Energy Saving Sensors
When it gets dark outside, energy saving sensors are a particular kind of sensor that is intended to turn on outdoor lights automatically and turn them off when it gets light outside again in the morning. These sensors are frequently utilised in situations where it is crucial to have lighting at night, such as security lighting, outdoor path lighting, and others. A photoresistor or other similar device is used to measure the ambient light level in the environment in energy saving sensors. They cause the lights to turn on when the light level falls below a specific threshold and to turn off when the light level exceeds that threshold.