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Leviton Expands In-Fixture Control Offering with Smart IP66 Rated Fixture Mount Sensors

March 23, 2023

Leviton Expands In-Fixture Control Offering with Smart IP66 Rated Fixture Mount Sensors

Leviton has introduced an expansion of their integrated in-fixture control offering with Smart Fixture Mount Sensors (FMS) for high bay applications. These in-fixture controls are engineered to install directly into high-bay and low-bay luminaires to provide an integrated occupancy sensing, dimming, daylight harvesting and scheduling solution to meet the most stringent energy code requirements.

“Smart Fixture Mount Sensors simplify lighting controls for high bay, parking structure and outdoor lighting applications, effectively reducing installation time and costs while meeting energy codes,” said Tom Leonard, vice president of controls at Leviton. “For added convenience and flexibility, these in-fixture controls are fully configurable using the popular Smart Sensor App which enables the sensors to be configured in real-time without climbing up and down ladders making it easier and faster to complete projects.”

Tom Leonard, Vice President of Controls at Leviton

The IP66 rated Smart Fixture Mount Sensors are available in two mounting options, internal and external or end-mount, and are designed for use with switching or 0-10V dimming drivers. Both internal and external mount options are available in 120-277VAC and universal 120-347VAC for single pole applications and 208-480VAC for two-pole applications.

The sensors use PIR detection and advanced optics to provide an exceptional field-of-view. All Smart Fixture Mount Sensors come with a low-mid bay lens for mounting heights 8-20 feet, midhigh bay lens for mounting heights 20-40 feet and aisleway masks for both lenses.

The Smart Fixture Mount Sensors feature multiple daylight modes as well as partial-OFF operation, ideal for installations in which energy code compliance is required. All configurations can be made through the Leviton Smart Sensor App including adjusting sensor sensitivity, timeouts, operating modes, daylighting modes, partial-ON, partial-OFF, scheduling (universal models only) as well as mesh grouping for occupancy, daylighting and scheduling.

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