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As a professional manufacturer in occupancy sensors for sustainable building control solutions, we strive to develop innovative products that not only allow you to provide occupancy sensing based building control, but also offer versatile selections for OEM lighting fixture integration. We strive to deliver maximum energy savings through simple and effective sensor controls.
Deliver Wireless Connectivity to Every Luminaire
The OS‑NET is a smart sensor network solution to deliver wireless connectivity to every lighting fixture and circuit. OS‑NET delivers straight forward intelligent lighting controls, including occupancy/vacancy sensing, daylight harvesting, bi‑level dimming and continuous dimming all with wireless communication.
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Thank you for partnering with IR‑TEC. As a dedicated manufacturer in sensor and control solutions for sustainable buildings, we strive to develop more innovative sensors that not only provide superior occupancy/vacancy and daylight sensing, but also offer versatile control solutions for energy efficient lighting. Our goal is to achieve maximum energy savings through simple and effective sensor controls. IR‑TEC products are stocked in Brea, CA and produced at our international headquarters in Taiwan.
Total Satisfaction Since 1982
All IR‑TEC products are designed, manufactured, and tested by a professional team under a well‑maintained ISO‑9001 quality management system and a state‑of‑the‑art ISO‑14001 certified manufacturing facility. We cordially welcome you to experience the quality products and excellent service from IR‑TEC, the premier specialist in building sensors since 1982.