OS-NET Devices

IR‑TEC's OS‑NET wireless lighting control network is formed by a number of wirelessly linked OS‑NET devices. The OS‑NET devices refer to the products built with OS‑NET wireless networking capability, which include OS‑NET Sensor, OS‑NET Controller, and OS‑NET Button.


OS‑NET Sensor (ONS)
OS-NET sensors are the fundamental devices that constitute the OS‑NET mesh network. In other words, OS‑NET is a wireless mesh network formed by a number of OS‑NET sensors. Every ONS is a perfect combination of occupancy sensor, daylight sensor, lighting control processor, and wireless communicator. The ONS can be flexibly integrated with an OEM luminaire or mounted on a ceiling in a variety of options.

The ONS not only provides the programmed control to the connected lighting by sensing the presence of an occupant/vehicle and ambient light level, but also broadcasts the occupancy signal to other OS‑NET devices of the group to activate the control as set.
 
The following mounting options are available for ONS to integrate with luminaires or lighting circuits.


The following lens options are available for ONS to provide different coverage at various mounting heights.
Model Available Device Description & Functionality  
ON‑LRD‑509S Series Line Voltage OS-NET sensor with SLV & AO    

 

OS‑NET Controller (ONC)
OS‑NET Controllers are supplementary devices of OS-NET.

An ONC is actually an OS‑NET Sensor without occupancy sensing capability. The ONC can be used to provide different control to the other fixtures or circuits in the same area by receiving the occupancy signal from other OS‑NET Sensors of the group.

The ONC shares the same housing as the ONS, so it can also be integrated with luminaire or mounted on the ceiling in the same way as the ONS.
 
The following mounting options are available for ONC to integrate with luminaires or lighting circuits.
Model Available Device Description & Functionality  
ON‑LCD‑509N Series Line Voltage OS-NET controller with SLV & AO    

 

OS‑NET Button (ONB)
The OS‑NET Button is an optional OS‑NET device.

The ONB can be mounted into a standard wall box, as a line voltage powered wireless dimmer switch to provide manual on/off and dimming control to the lighting group assigned.

The main function of the ONB is to allow the user to control the lights as required by broadcasting the control commands to the ONS and ONC of the same group.
 
Model Available Device Description & Functionality  
ON‑PBD‑705W Line Voltage OS-NET button    

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