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Distech Controls MS2 Series 2019-04-01T10:56:52+00:00

MS2 Series

Distech Controls

MS2 Series multi-sensors combine in an extra small device, a wireless receiver, a presence detector, a light level sensor and a temperature sensor.

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This enable Distech Controls’ RCL Series controllers to receive input signals from wireless remote controls and to acquire presence, light level and temperature information to control all comfort parameters in a room according to the occupancy status.

Overview

MS2 Series multi-sensors combine in an extra small device, a wireless receiver, a presence detector, a light level sensor and a temperature sensor. This enable Distech Controls’ RCL Series controllers to receive input signals from wireless remote controls and to acquire presence, light level and temperature information to control all comfort parameters in a room according to the occupancy status.

In building retrofits, MS2 Series multi-sensors allow system integrators to use wireless remote controls, thereby minimizing impact on building structure and preserving original architecture and materials. Wiring complexities are avoided and any initial design errors can be easily fixed.

The MS2 can be directly connected to a controller with a digital RJ9 link. It can be used together with a multi or mono discipline(s) remote control.

Applications

  • Ideally designed for rectangular rooms: presence detection in a rectangular area of 23 ft L x 18 ft W x 8 ft H (7 x 5.5 x 2.5 m). These values can change according to the multi-sensor position, the detection sensibility and the room architecture.

  • Allows the automatic control of all comfort parameters in a room (lighting, sunblind, temperature and fan speed).

  • Can be installed into suspended ceilings or on concrete ceilings. For more information about the multi-sensor’s installation, please refer to the hardware installation guide.

Combines several sensing technologies

  • A receiver: to transmit orders emitted by a remote control.
  • A presence detector: to be detected, a person has to move in the multi-sensor detection area. If the person is on the edge of the detection area, the minimum requirement is an arm movement.
  • A light intensity sensor: it measures the average Lux level in a room (0 to 1000 Lux) and allows a lighting controller to manage lights. The measure may require calibration depending on the installation configuration. The room lighting is optimized according to the occupation mode.
  • A temperature sensor: an adjusted temperature measurement could be required to take into account the difference between temperature at the ceiling and desk levels. For optimum temperature measurements it is recommended to use a remote control with a temperature sensor. The temperature information will be more accurate and available on the network. This configuration only requires a multi-sensor with a presence detector and a Lux level sensor.

The datasheet for this product can be downloaded here in PDF format:

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