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Fluorescent Light Daylighting Control Kit by Sthenic
  • Use with dimmable fluorescent light ballasts
  • Automatically reduce artificial lighting in the presence of daylight
  • Save up to 60% on energy use
  • No wires to run - save money on installation
  • Incorporates EnOcean wireless technology
  • Great for architectural dimming, daylighting and load shedding
The Fluorescent Light Daylighting Kit includes a wireless, battery-free light sensor that communicates with the dimmer to tell it when to turn down or up lights saving up to 60 percent of the energy. This system may help buildings qualify for LEED credits and comply with International Green Construction Code Standard 189.1. When fully charged the sensor can work in total darkness for up to three days.

Kit includes:
  • One: Single Rock Decorator Switch (White)
  • One: Light Sensor
  • One: 0-10V Dimmer with On/Off Control
  • One: Power Pack



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Wireless Light Switch
50-150 feet (typical)
315 MHz
Power Supply
Self-generated when switch is pressed
2 Buttons (1 rocker)
2.75(W) x 4.5(H) x 0.62(D) inches
Operating Temperature
-13° to +149°F (- 25° to + 65°C)
Radio Certifications
FCC (U.S.), IC (Canada)
Factory set unique ID (1 of 4 billion)

5-Wire Relay Receiver
50-150 feet (typical)
315 MHz
Power Supply
24 VAC
50/60 Hz
Relay Output
277 VAC, Max
Max Loads / Contact Ratings
Tungsten (Incandescent) N.O. Contacts / N.C. Contacts
1500 W @ 120 VAC / 500 W @ 120 VAC
3000 W @ 240 VAC / 1000 W @ 240 VAC
3400 W @ 277 VAC / 1100 W @ 277 VAC
Fluorescent Ballast
8 A (N.O. Contacts)
General Duty
16 A (N.O. Contacts), 5 A (N.C. Contacts)
A300 Pilot Duty
72 VA @ 24 VAC, 360 VA @ 120 VAC, 720 VA @ 240 VAC, 830 VA @ 277 VAC
Motor Load
60 LRA, 10 FLA, 1/2 HP @ 120 VAC, 1HP @ 240 VAC, 1HP @ 277 VAC
Output Channels
1 FORM C Relay COM, N.O., N.C.
Stores up to 30 switch IDs
2.11 x 1.73 x 1.09 inches (54 x 44 x 28 mm)
Operating Temperature
+14° to +122°F (-10° to +50°C)
Storage Temperature
-4° to +176°F (-20° to +80°C)
Radio Certification:
IC (Canada): 5713A-TCM2XXC
Safety Approval:
ETL (U.S.): UL244A, UL2043
ETL(Canada): CSAc22.2#14-05
Plenum Rating

0-10V Dimmer
50-150 feet (typical)
315 MHz
Power Supply Input Rating
Sensor Input Rating
0-28VDC, <1V is Low, >3V is High
Output Rating, 0-10V Output
Output Rating, Switched Output
5A DC, isolated, 30 VDC max
Input Channels
1 motion detector / sensor input
Output Channels
1 output 0-10V, 1 switched output
Stores up to 30 unique switch IDs in memory
Operating Temperature
-13° to +140°F (- 25° to + 60°C)
Operating Temperature
-40° to +140°F (- 40° to + 60°C)
2.88"(W) x 1.30"(H) x 0.67"(D)
7.32cm x 3.30cm x 1.70cm
Radio Certification
IC (Canada): 5713A-TCM2XXC

Power Pack w/Relay
Input Voltage
220-240 VAC; 50-60 Hz
Ballast Load Rating
4600 W; 20 A
Incandescent Load Rating
4600 W; 20 A
Motor Load Rating
2 HP
24 VDC; 150 mA

Each package is preprogrammed to work with your switch(es) and receiver(s). If you purchased additional receivers or switches you will have to program them to communicate with each other. This is easy to accomplish and instructions will be included with your order. Always follow local electrical codes when installing this device. If you are unsure about any portion of these instructions, please contact a qualified electrician.

Dimmers should NOT be installed in a location where the unit will be in close proximity to light bulbs or other sources of heat, particularly with higher wattage loads. Installation in close proximity to light bulbs or other heat sources may subject the receiver to temperature exceeding the operating temperature rating.

Installation in metallic enclosures or near large metal objects will typically reduce radio range of the Wireless Dimmer. If possible, install wireless transmitters and receivers in plastic or fiber enclosures for best performance.
  1. WARNING: To avoid fire, shock, or death, TURN OFF POWER at circuit breaker or fuse and verify that it is OFF before installation begins. Make sure that it remains OFF until installation is complete.
  2. Connect wires. Screw wire nuts on clockwise making sure no bare conductors show below the wire connectors. Secure each connection with electrical tape.
  3. Test the range of the wireless light switch before mounting.
  4. Wireless light switches can be mounted in a standard switch box or surface mounted using screws or adhesive.

Approved by: to meet UL Standards.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is my receiver independently turning ON and OFF?

  • This can occur when an unintended transmitter is activated within the receiver range when the receiver is in Learn Mode.
  • Clear all transmitters in the receiver and reprogram the receiver

My receiver is not responding to my transmitter command, why?

  • Move the switch closer to the receiver. If the system works at closer distance, the transmitter was installed outside the reception range, or there was radio signal interference. Repeaters that extend the coverage range are available; please contact your dealer.
  • Mount the switch or the receiver at a better location.

What is the range of my wireless connectors?

  • Masonry 65 ft. (20m), through 3 walls max.
  • Reinforced concrete 32 ft. (10m), through 1 wall / ceiling max.
  • Wood walls / drywalls 98 ft. (30m), through 5 walls max.

How can I reprogram my devices?

  • Contact customer service at (877)433-7763.

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