NEW Haleon BTP with Flashlight Wakeup Feature
New Wakeup Feature = Easier Programming
The SensorSwitch™ Haleon BTP sensor is easier to program than ever before with the new flashlight wakeup feature! What is the SensorSwitch Haleon BTP sensor? It’s the fixture integrated occupancy sensor with a dimming photocell, making the high bays with this technology ideal for standalone industrial lighting control applications.
The Haleon BTP is available exclusively with the I-BEAM® IBG LED High Bay from Lithonia Lighting®. The Haleon sensor is optimized to perform at a variety of mounting heights typical of industrial applications. The small footprint of the Haleon BTP enables seamless integration into the fixture without disrupting aesthetics or requiring additional mounting space. A stowable lens shield can be positioned to mask areas where detection is not needed.
The Haleon sensor is programmed using the VLP Mobile App, where you can set occupancy time delay, dimming, trim values, daylight harvesting, photocontrol options and more from your warehouse floor - eliminating the need to use a lift or ladder.
Programming individual fixtures with the SensorSwitch VLP Mobile App is easier than ever with the new flashlight wakeup feature! This new feature allows you to update individual fixture settings quickly and easily after completing batch programming.
Shine a flashlight at the sensors on the fixtures you would like to reprogram using a 3-second sequence (see the programing guide for instructions). Fixtures identified through the wake sequence will appear on the VLP Mobile App. Customize the desired settings, and you’re done!
Explore the Haleon BTP at the links below:
- Haleon BTP Product Page
- Haleon BTP Programming Instructions
- Haleon BTP Demo Video – Flashlight Wakeup Feature
Questions? Contact the Product Manager:
Steven Downs: Steven.Downs@AcuityBrands.com
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