Wireless Photocell Sensor for Lighting Control

Wireless Daylight harvesting lighting controlS


A daylight sensor and a wireless node, housed in an IP56 enclosure, designed to be installed in a wide range of environments, including on rooftops or under skylights. This product can be used for daylight harvesting - dimming connected lights on the wireless mesh-network when there is significant contribution from sunlight.

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  • Radio Equipment Directive, RED 2014/53/EU
  • Luminaire Standard BS EN 60598

Performance Summary
Series CodeLC-LIP-DS-IP56-GR
Communication868MHz SRD
Cable Entries1 x M20 Gland
Ingress ProtectionIP56
Warranty5 Years
Optic DistributionDesign FeaturesTypical ApplicationsGallery & Case StudiesRelated Products


A photocell sensor allows you to include daylight harvesting as part of the control solution. This is most beneficial when the illuminated areas have skylights or large windows. The photocell dims the luminaires when there is a good contribution from ambient light. Energy and running costs can reduce by >>90%.

One photocell can control a group of lights. This ensures all lights dim to a consistent level, removing the uneven look that can occur with control systems relying on one photocell per light.

The photocell sensor only requires a 230VAC power supply. The enclosure includes a wireless node which allows it to communicate wirelessly with all other nodes in the control system.

Other parts that can be included in the wireless control system include:



Wireless NODES

Tablet and Software

Wireless Scene Switches

Wireless Occupancy Sensors

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