Lighting & HVAC
WattStopper launches FSP-201 sensor
By Renée Francoeur
November 2, 2015 – WattStopper has announced a new product and new capabilities for its FSP-200 series sensors. Ideal for areas such as parking facilities, gas stations, pedestrian pathways, and warehouses, these sensors “maximize safety and security,” and simplify compliance with the latest ASHRAE 90.1 (2010) garage and outdoor lighting control requirements, the company claims.
Following the FSP-211 line voltage sensor, WattStopper has now introduced the FSP-201, a low voltage sensor enabling fully adjustable High/Low/Off control without a power pack when used with 0-10 VDC dim-to-off LED drivers or ballasts that have low voltage auxiliary power outputs.
Like the FSP-211, the FSP-201 is UL244A and UL508 rated as well as IP66 rated.
Furthermore, WattStopper has also announced the addition of a new dusk-to-dawn control option to the original FSP-211 feature set, enabling sequences of operation based on either motion or daylight, or any combination of the two. For example, sensors can force the load on at a selected light level even if the space is unoccupied, and off at another light level although the space is occupied.