Energy-saving motion sensor enables intelligent dimming of streetlights

TE Connectivity

LUMAWISE Motion Sensor affords easy integration thanks to Zhaga-D4i compliance

TE Connectivity (TE) has introduced the LUMAWISE Motion Sensor to give an easy and effective way to dim or turn off street lights when no pedestrian is in range. The sensor enables municipalities and lighting operators to save energy when lighting is not needed, but quickly return a luminaire to full brightness to maintain the safety, security and convenience of nearby users.


The TE LUMAWISE Motion Sensor is compatible with the Zhaga-D4i ecosystem, the standard for smart city lighting. The sensor can work as a stand-alone control device, or in combination with a Zhaga-D4i ambient light sensing photocell or communication node to give more ways to control street lighting.


The sensor is a pluggable device with a standard Zhaga book 18 interface.


  • Compact design
  • Easy, one-handed installation
    • Connector mounted underneath the luminaire


  • Streetlights
  • Park, recreational and walkway lighting
  • Station lighting
  • High-bay lights
TE Connectivity LUMAWISE Sensor - Device

Introduction to the LUMAWISE Motion streetlight motion sensor, at:

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