Wireless Control System
Wireless Luminaire Based Sensor Control System
- The Philips ActiLume lighting control system consists of a small, lightweight sensor and controller designed for easy integration into luminaires.
- With the ActiLume Wireless 1-10V system cubicles/free floor-standing and suspended luminaires can be easily linked to form one system without any expensive cabling costs/loss of flexibility which will be needed later on.
- The wireless network is based on the ZigBee standard. ZigBee creates a robust, secure and fine-mesh network that supports low data rate communication, ensuring a long battery life for battery-operated devices.
- Up to 16 wireless devices can be connected in a wireless network.
- The features of the ActiLume 1-10 V sensor are still in place: adjustment of light sensing within a range from 1/3 to 3; customized delay time between 1 and 30 minutes; activating 100 hours burn-in.
- Individual override via personal control by means of the Touch and Dim functionality on the Switch Box, or with the wireless remote control over the various devices within the network.
Bluetooth Occupancy Sensor
- Bi-Level Dimming Occupancy Sensor
- Can be Wirelessly controlled by Mobile Apps through Bluetooth
- Sensor Type: PIR Ceiling Mount
- Max Sensor Range: 40ft/980ft
- Best Performance 12ft/113ft2
- Time Delay 5 sec to 30 min
- Photocell Sensitivity: 30Lux to Daylight
- Option for Top/Side Mount IP65 Housing
Philips ActiLume 1-10V Sensor
- ActiLume Wireless 1-10 lighting control system consists of a small, lightweight sensor and a Switch Box (controller), designed for easy integration into luminaires,
- The systen us easy to install and use, not only initially, but also when expansion is required.
- Please see product guide to help specify and apply the system in an optimal way.
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