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Sensor lamp for lighting

Sensor lamp for lighting

Sensor lamps

  • Cool technique
  • Style
  • Sophistication
  • Practical nature.
  • Mention ‘touch control’ or ‘touch sensors’ today and most everyone will think of a device similar to touch screens. Touch control devices are broad in practice, such as in grocery stores, tablets, smart phones, ATMs in banks, home security devices, and so on. Now touch sensor lamps are also widely used in the market.


    From many years, switches that must be pushed or turned to break and make mechanical connections do not choose switches that are sensitive to human touch. The main advantage of these touch-sensitive lamps or switches is that they are not rubberized or damaged by touch that provides moisture and dirt to the switch. For a period of time, various human body properties have been used to turn touch-sensitive lamps

    There are many benefits to touching the lights, but before we get there, let’s consider the limit of recognizing the segmentation of the markets they enter and the many applications. These touch sensor lamps and other technologies are not new and simple internet search gives you thousands of similar results. Most of these are used in vanity products (make-up mirror lighting), table, table and bed lamps and mood lighting systems, but it is interesting that they effectively reduce the market for standard lamps.

    The reason for this is not the answer to a line. These are used for their –

    Technology has added more features than just sensor pressure. Three to four levels of dimming mechanism are added to the touch sensor lights making it more suitable for consumer use.

    Mechanical wear on moving parts does not suffer from these capacitive touch sensors which provide a natural advantage in the bag and are therefore more reliable. The electronics are placed behind contaminated contaminants such as moisture and dust under closed or sealed surfaces. Thus, the durability of the device increases.

    Power saver

    When evaluating lighting controls, energy consumption may not be a designer’s first priority, as most lighting systems are powered by electricity. Parameters such as current and availability and operating voltage for all low-power modes are important selection criteria.