Stress sensors enable home automation installers to create automated
lighting systems in homes, galleries, museums, and other businesses.
Stress sensors are invisible. They mount on the beams under the floor
boards and respond to minute flexes in the flooring. Placed in
strategic locations around a room, stress sensors not only detect when a
person enters a room, they are also sensitive enough to detect a person
shifting position while sitting in a chair.
Stress sensors work as occupancy sensors for rooms and as spot triggers. For automated lighting applications, a Pulsor woud be installed under the floor joist and use a larger oval of detection. For spot lighting applications, the Pulsor would be installed under the sub-flooring instead of the joist.
Pulsor stress sensors are effective on almost any type of flooring. Environmentally-sealed and wired with marine-grade, 22-gauge wire leads, Sure Action stress sensors provide optimum results for both indoor and outdoor lighting applications.
|Room and spot lighting
|Outdoor decks, gazebos, docks
|Environmental System Activation
|Fire escape protection
Used on most flooring.
ENHP+ -- package of one Enhanced Pulsor
ENHP6+ -- package of six Enhanced Pulsors
ENHP12+ -- package of twelve Enhanced Pulsors
Used for extremely stiff flooring such as engineered
HPP+ -- package of one High Performance Pulsor
HPP6+ -- package of six HIgh Performance Pulsors
HPP12+ -- package of twelve High Performance Pulsors
Used for outdoor applications, Fiberglass boats, fire
escapes, and flexible construction.
MGDSE2 -- package of two Deck Sensors
Used for seemingly inflexible materials.
application where Pulsors were installed in a hurricane-proof home made of
concrete. Application has to be approved by us.
XHP -- package of one Extremely High Performance Pulsor