Mouser Electronics ships TE Connectivity’s LumaWise photo control range
For use in a variety of lighting applications, such as outdoor roadway, street, and area lighting fixtures, including those in harsh weather conditions, LumaWise photo control products combine a power and signal interface to the dimming receptacle, to help ensure long-term reliability, says TE Connectivity. The LumaWise photo control base assembly, sleeve and cover are now available from distributor Mouser Electronics.
The LumaWise photo control base assembly, sleeve and cover maximises the effectiveness of light-sensing devices through the use of optional clear covers. Coloured covers are also available to designate specific voltage ratings.
The base assembly features power twist lock terminals, spring leaf signal terminals and a separately packaged foam gasket, and meets the ANSI 136.41 standard for roadway and area lighting equipment.
The fully assembled LumaWise photo control is robust. It operates over a temperature range of minus 40 to 105 degrees C and achieves an IP66 rating, providing protection against dust and heavy jet spray in exposed weather conditions. Additionally, the cover meets the highest UL 94 flammability rating, 5VA. LumaWise base assemblies are available in diameters of 76 and 81mm with covers of different heights to allow designers to choose the right option for their applications.
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TE Connectivity produces connectivity and sensor solutions, proven in the harshest environments, and has enabled advances in transportation, industrial applications, medical technology, energy, data communications, and the home.