Dimming relay

wiSTAR is a wireless, self-powered lighting control system designed for stand-alone indoor applications, such as offices, conference rooms, break rooms, classrooms, and other applications.

04/13/2017


Hubbell Control Solutions wiSTARwiSTAR is a wireless, self-powered lighting control system designed for stand-alone indoor applications, such as offices, conference rooms, break rooms, classrooms, and other applications. wiSTAR devices harvest energy from their surroundings. This relay is self-powered and requires no wires to operate. It can be freely positioned, making for versatile layouts as compared with a wired solution. It also enables wireless dimming of LED luminaires using 0- to 10-V control. wiSTAR also implements load shedding initiated by demand-response controllers; two molded buttons and one LED indicator light can be used for device configuration and manual control, depending on user preference.

Hubbell Control Solutions, www.hubbell-automation.com

This product is a Finalist in the Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2017 Product of the Year program. View more Finalists and cast your vote at www.csemag.com/votepoy (voting closes June 30, 2017).



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