SpaceLogic Sensor devices are modular and are ordered in two parts: the sensor base and the cover. Four SpaceLogic communicating sensor base models are available as well as a variety of covers.
SpaceLogic Sensors are a family of living space sensors designed for BACnet/IP controllers using the EcoStruxure Building Operation user interface. These sensors use an RJ-45 sensor bus that provides communication and power from the BACnet/IP controller.
In the SpaceLogic Sensor 3-Button Cover model, you override the living space occupancy setting, for example, so an after-hours occupant can change the control setting to improve their comfort level. You enable occupancy override and also use the current occupancy value to control applications using the Display object Occupancy override property.
The 3-Button Cover model contains a passive, infrared sensor for occupancy detection and a plus and minus button to adjust the temperature setpoint. There is also an occupancy override button should the room occupant wish to confirm their presence, turn on the lights, and change the setpoint to a comfortable level.
SpaceLogic Sensor include blank cover and occupancy sensor-only cover models, as well as several models with pushbutton or display-driven user interfaces that allow you to control temperature, occupancy, overrides, and a variety of other settings in a designated living space.
When the room occupant presses the buttons on the SmartX Sensor 3-Button Cover model to increase or decrease the temperature setpoint, the backlight changes from deep blue at the low end of the range, to deep red at the top end of the range. Each button push causes a 10% increase or decrease in the range. The backlight flashes rapidly three time to indicate the top or bottom of range has been reached.
In the SpaceLogic Sensor 3-Button Cover mode, you change the temperature setpoint to increase living space comfort by using the available buttons. You enable the temperature setpoint by configuring the Display object Allow setpoint changes, followed by the Setpoint highlimit and Setpoint low limit properties. In this way, you can use the desired setpoint to control applications through the Setpoint property.
Use the SpaceLogic Sensor 3-Button Cover model interface to change the temperature setpoint to a comfortable level. You can also confirm your presence in a room and turn on the lights with the occupancy override button.