Digital Sensors Enable Connected Outdoor Lighting Systems

Legrand, North & Central America and its Eliot program has introduced additional capabilities for OEMs with the availability of the Wattstopper FDP-301SR sensor. The sensor features a streamlined design for fixture integration and enables bi-directional communication between the sensor and connected driver or wireless node. This sensor from Legrand brings occupancy detection to a connected outdoor fixture.

The Wattstopper sensor brings occupancy detection to a connected outdoor fixture.
The Wattstopper sensor brings occupancy detection to a connected outdoor fixture.

The FDP-301SR sensor is ideal for parking facilities, gas stations, pedestrian street lighting, and warehouses. It is compatible with several intelligent drivers including the Philips Lighting SR platform, and when connected, the sensor does not need its own power supply, reducing cost and saving space inside the luminaire.

For design engineers, the sensor addresses two market needs; a way to add advanced SR functionality to existing luminaries and the ability to offer end-users a hardware upgrade without opening the luminaire.

Other features and benefits:

  • Maximum sequence of operations and two dedicated lens options that provide coverage from 20- to 40-foot mounting heights
  • Design flexibility as sensors provide two different methods to attach to a luminaire
  • Ease of installation and setup through local or remote commissioning via Legrand Sensor Configuration app
  • IP66 and IK08 rated to ensure the highest protection against water, dust, and other non-corrosive material as well as against external mechanical impacts
  • Code compliance with latest ASHRAE 90.1/ IECC and California Title 24 outdoor lighting control requirements

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