Fixture integrated sensors use PIR or High Frequency Technologies

STEINEL’s OEM fixture integrated sensors use PIR or High Frequency technologies with a built in daylight feature. They provide occupancy and daylight control to be easily incorporated in a variety of fixture types for many applications. The HF technology allows the sensor to be totally enclosed within the fixture. This is ideal for IP44 or greater fixture types.


Fixture Integrated Sensor Module


The HFLUM2-WR is a line voltage occupancy sensor module that installs in a fixture, adding energy saving lighting control in each fixture location.

The HFLUM2-WR uses STEINEL’s High Frequency (HF) technology to turn lights on and off based on occupancy. It works by emitting high frequency electromagnetic waves (5.8 GHz) into the controlled area. Movement in the area causes a change in the waves’ echo, resulting in occupancy detection. The sensor can detect motion through many materials including glass and the lens of a fixture, enabling the sensor to be hidden from view.

  • 360° coverage; reach is adjustable from 3.3 to 26 foot
  • High frequency technology emits 5.8 GHz electromagnetic waves
  • Built-in surge protection with auto-reset
  • Lamp seasoning feature provides a simple and convenient 4 day burn in as recommended by lamp manufacturers
  • Adjustable time delay and light level settings
  • Light level feature allows lighting to remain off during daylight, regardless of occupancy
  • Wiring is streamlined with three terminals