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WaveLinx

WaveLinx Lite Wireless Industrial Sensor

  • Models suitable for High bay (up to 40ft / 45ft major motion) and Low bay (up to 15ft) applications
  • Out of the box functionality: Occupied to Full, Unoccupied to 10%, daylighting disabled (accurate daylighting requires calibration)
  • Passive Infra-Red (PIR) motion sensor with coverage up to 5000 square feet
  • Integrated photocell for closed loop daylight harvesting
  • Software configurable settings with WaveLinx Lite Mobile application
  • Simple tool-less twist lock fixture connection via 4-pin Zhaga Book 18 socket
  • IP66 rating for warehouse and manufacturing environments
WaveLinx Lite Wireless Industrial Sensor

WaveLinx Lite Wireless Industrial Sensor

Overview

The industrial high bay and low bay sensors are an integral part of the WaveLinx Lite system and offer passive infrared (PIR) occupancy and a photocell for closed loop daylighting. WaveLinx industrial sensors offer installation heights up to 45 feet and have coverage patterns up to 5000 square feet (see sensor specifications - field of view). When part of the WaveLinx Lite system, the sensor operates on a wireless mesh network based on IEEE 802.15.1 standards. The sensors offer simple tool-less integration into WaveLinx industrial light fixtures equipped with the 4-pin Zhaga Book 18 compliant socket. Once installed, sensors receive power from their co-located light fixture with no batteries to replace. The sensor in combination with the WaveLinx Lite Mobile application allows you to gain considerable energy savings from occupancy and daylight sensing lighting control. The WaveLinx Lite Mobile application allows you to map the sensor to any area or control zone, select occupancy or vacancy, occupied and unoccupied light levels and set the hold time.

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