Crestron Dual-Technology Ceiling Mount Occupancy Sensor

Mfg. Part: GLS-ODT-C-2000 | CDW Part: 2161847 | UNSPSC: 41111961
Product Details
  • Ceiling mount occupancy sensor
  • Dual-technology motion detection
  • 360 degree
  • 2000 square feet coverage
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Main Features
  • Ceiling mount occupancy sensor
  • Dual-technology motion detection
  • 360 degree
  • 2000 square feet coverage
Crestron Green Light™ sensors deliver a powerful and cost-effective solution for reducing energy costs and enhancing the functionality of lighting and environmental systems. The GLS-ODT-C-1000 is a low-profile ceiling mount occupancy sensor designed for medium-sized areas up to 1000 square feet to detect when the room is occupied. Advanced self-adaptive, dual-technology motion sensing affords extreme reliability for control of lighting, climate control and other devices in the room.

Dual-Technology Occupancy Sensing
Achieving consistent and dependable occupancy sensing is accomplished using a combination of ultrasonic and passive infrared technologies. Ultrasonic motion detection achieves high sensitivity to small movements over a large area, while passive infrared ensures superior immunity to false triggering from air currents, inanimate objects, or movement in an adjacent corridor. The GLS-ODT-C-1000 allows independent sensitivity adjustment of each sensor type for optimum performance in any space.

Self-Adaptive Adjustment
Under the control of its internal microprocessor, the GLS-ODT-C-1000 continually analyzes occupancy behavior and environmental conditions in the room, adjusting itself for optimal functionality so lights turn on and stay on while the room is occupied, and remain off when no one is present. Sensor sensitivity and delayed-off time adjustments are optimized automatically based on day-to-day use of the room to prevent false-on and off conditions. A walk-thru mode provides specialized behavior in instances of brief occupancy, turning lights off quickly when a person enters and exits the room within a period of 2.5 minutes.

Ambient Light Recognition
A built-in photocell is included for detection of natural daylight in the room. When enabled, the photocell can override the occupancy sensor if the ambient light level is above a set threshold, preventing lights from turning on when there is sufficient daylight in the room.

Versatile Installation
The GLS-ODT-C-1000 is designed to achieve a discreet, nearly hidden appearance when installed on a typical drywall or drop-tile ceiling. Hardware is included for fast and simple mounting to either surface, or to a standard 4-inch octagon box. Its simple 3-wire interface allows for direct connection to a Crestron control system via a single Versiport I/O input port, with 24 Volt power taken from the Cresnet control bus*.

Cresnet Option
Cresnet provides a simpler solution for configuring and wiring sensors as part of any complete Crestron system. Cresnet is the communications backbone for Crestron lighting dimmers, keypads, touchpanels, shade controllers, thermostats, and many other devices. This flexible 4-wire bus provides data communications and 24 Volts DC power for all of the devices on the Cresnet network. Using the optional GLS-SIM Sensor Integration Module, the GLS-ODT-C-1000 becomes a full-featured Cresnet device, streamlining the total lighting system. Additional features enable quick and easy setup for use with a Crestron IPAC or iLux™ system.

Key Features
Ceiling mount occupancy sensor

Dual-technology motion detection

360 degree, 2000 square feet coverage

Discreet, low-profile appearance

Extremely accurate and reliable sensing

Microprocessor-controlled self-adapting operation

Fully-digital circuitry for low cost and high reliability

Built-in ambient light recognition

Control system interface via Cresnet* or Versiport I/O
input port
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