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HDL Introduces KNX Omnisense Multifunctional Sensor Capable of Detecting Light Intensity, Movement, and Temperature

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With a single Omnisense sensor you can:
• Control a rooms heating & cooling system
• Implement on demand lighting
• Automate curtains and blinds
• Enable constant illumination
• Enhance building security
• Control connected devices and appliances automatically
• Control preconfigured scenes and sequences automatically

Worried about security? As Omnisense is fully KNX certified, it can be included in any KNX security solution. What’s more, its detection area can be fully customized via ETS software, so that only the areas you want covered are covered.
Perfect for creating virtual boundaries, this helps eliminate false positives and ensures that your lighting, HVAC, shading, or alarms are only triggered when it’s absolutely necessary.
Although Omnisense combines a PIR sensor, LUX sensor, and temperature sensor, it’s no heavy weight. With a diameter of just 84mm, and weighing only 60 grams Omnisense holds true to the saying that good things come in small packages. Designed to be ceiling mounted, and constructed in a robust UV resistant ABS plastic, Omnisense provides an unobtrusive sensor solution suitable for any residential, commercial, or hospitality installation.
A sensor is only as useful as the hardware and software which powers it though. That’s why HDL has given Omnisense both AND & OR logic states making the sensor more powerful, efficient, and faster to react. This allows Omnisense to communicate with the KNX system more effectively, and take independent control over its connected output targets. For maximum customizability the sensors onboard logic validity can be set by dry contact or external telegram, and the preset logics enabled or disabled by the end user.

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