Optimyzer High Bay Controls

Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems OPTIMYZER

Optimizing Operating Efficiency

Lighting accounts for 54%* of a typical warehouse's electric bill. New lighting technologies such as high-bay fluorescent, induction and LED are very controllable and offer substantial savings when combined with occupancy and daylight switching. Hubbell's Optimyzer™ high-bay controls turn off lights in areas with low activity, reducing typical warehouse electric bills up to 16%**.

If enough natural light present, total electrical savings can be as high as 35%** by utilizing photocell enabled Optimyzers. Maintenance costs can also be reduced because turning off lights extends lamp calendar life. Optimyzer is manufactured in many configurations to provide savings in a wide variety of applications.

Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems H-Moss chart

Optimized Installation and Ordering Efficiency

Designed to install quickly and provide immediate savings. The sensor mounts to ½" knockouts available on a majority of high-bay fixtures. Wiring is performed within the ballast tray for most applications, eliminating the need for any additional boxes or mounting hardware. Superior lens design provides 84 ft. diameter coverage when mounted at a 30 ft. height. Included masks support aisle, end-of-aisle, and 180° applications eliminating the need to order different lenses for different applications.

Hubbell Wiring Device-Kellems LHV OPTIMYZER

With many local rebates available for high-bay sensors, there has never been a better time to reduce high-bay energy use.

* Energy Information Administration: 2003 Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey
** Based on 30% lighting savings from occupancy sensing and 35% savings from photocell control. Actual resultsmay vary.


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