HOBLO 70 SL
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Comfort and energy saving guaranteed thanks to the continuous wireless control

The light sensor, by communicating via radio with the light dimmers and the Nexta Tech series control units, allow the desired level of light in a room to be maintained and electrical loads to be activated or deactivated by pinpointing where people are present. The smart sensor can be programmed and activated by touch buttons and display on board, the version HB70-SLC can be activated and deactivated by distance through a Nexta tech radiotransmitter.

Settings

Detection area

Set the area read by the sensor

Dynamic fav light

Set the brightness percentage in a room. Dim the light source, calculating the current natural light in the room. The activation of this function precludes the radar function.

Hold time

Set how long the lamp stays on after the person has left the detection area

TECHNICAL DATA
Power supply

Battery 2 X AAA or 110-240Vac

Radio code

Rolling code

Radio frequency

433.92 MHz ISM

Radio range

100 m in free field (40m inside buildings)

Dimensions

Diameter 70 mm, h 55 mm (table version), h 30 mm (wall-mounted version)

PIR Sensor range

6 m e 120°

AVAILABLE VERSIONS
HB70-SL

Light sensor with Rolling code 433,92MHz radio transmission. Battery power supply. It allows to control the wished light.

HB70-SLC

Light sensor with Rolling code 433,92MHz radio transmission. 110-240Vac power supply. It allows to control the wished light.

MODE 1: favourite light

ATTENTION= the sensor has to be installed on the controlled light ray.


The user set the favourite light on the sensor to a settable value. The sensor adjusts the light intensity comunicating with the dimmer and calculating the natural light.

MODE 2: favourite light + motion detection

ATTENTION= the sensor has to be installed on the controlled light ray.


The user set the favourite light on the sensor to a settable value. When there is a presence in the area, the sensor adjusts the light intensity comunicating with the dimmer and calculating the natural light for a settable time t1. After the time t1 the sensor turns off the light.