Philips Dynalite DUS360CR-DALI – Multifunction Sensor

Philips Dynalite DUS360CR-DALI – Multifunction Sensor

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Philips Dynalite

DUS360CR-DALI – Multifunction Sensor

Low profile recessed 360° ceiling sensor powered by the DALI network

The Philips Dynalite DUS360CR-DALI is a recess mountable 360 degree multifunction sensor that combines motion detection (PIR) and ambient light level detection (PE) in one device. The DUS360CR-DALI is powered and communicates to the networked control system via a DALI bus.

  • Powered directly by the DALI network – Eliminates the need for additional network field wiring.
  • Works with DALI master controller – Requires a DALI MultiMaster controller, such as the DDBC120-DALI, to operate.
  • Motion detection feature – Detection of motion within a scanned area triggers a programmed lighting action.
  • Segmented click-up bezel – Surrounds the motion sensor element and enables a portion of the sensing field to be masked. This prevents nuisance detection from adjacent doorways or corridors.
  • Daylight harvesting mode – Delivers automatic energy savings.
  • Ambient light level regulation – In applications where it is critical to maintain precise light, the PE function reads ambient levels and adjusts artificial light levels accordingly.
  • Infrared receive capability – Enables sign-on identification to the networked system.
  • Suitable for plenum use – UL approved for installation in air-handling plenum spaces.


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