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What is CCT colour changeable temperature and how does it work?

What is CCT? Understanding the functionality of colour temperature

CCT refers to Colour Changeable Temperature. Simply put, rather than the LED Panel being one temperature set at a certain Kelvin ie 4000K and having to choose whether you would prefer 3000K yellow, 4000K warm white or 6000K cool white this functionality provides the option to interchange between brightness. How it works It works by …

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What is a microwave sensor? What is a PIR? Which one is best?

Why Use A Microwave or PIR Sensor?

Microwave Sensors detect movement by sending out electromagnetic pulses and measuring the changes in frequency due to reflecting off- a moving object. View our Microwave Sensor range How it works? Choosing between presence and absence detection can make a significant difference to user-friendliness and energy saving. With presence detection, all movement is detected (including that …

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What is a dimmable light?

Dimmable LED luminaires save energy and create comfortable light levels for different activities and areas. Two different types of dimming control are available, analogue and digital. View products with dimmable functions Analogue Dimming The main method of analogue dimming is 1-10 Volt, a low current system that is easy to install. The dimmer produces a …

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