Passive infrared. Responds to moving sources of heat.
High frequency. Can even see through thin walls.
Intelligent high-frequency technology
The iHF range impresses with a world first. For the first time, it has been possible to make the sensor in outdoor lights completely invisible. High-frequency sensor technology ensures that persons are detected with perfect precision. For the first time ever, disturbances such as wind, leaves, rain, snow and the like are now masked out. That's a world first!
Modern light of the future.
Bluetooth Mesh technology now makes it very easy for you to connect lights together without the need for additional wiring. Bluetooth-capable lights are becoming more and more popular – and come with compelling benefits. They are easy to set, interconnect and operate via the STEINEL app. New: several lights can be connected together to create groups that switch on and off simultaneously. As soon as one light detects a person moving, connected sensor-switched lights all switch on at the same time.
This is where economics and ecology go hand in hand.
LEDs are far brighter than other lamps - and use less energy. STEINEL has developed a unique cooling system to protect LEDs from overheating. This means they can reach a genuine life expectancy of 30 years and more. STEINEL's precision sensor technology makes sure that light is only switched on when it's actually needed. Combined with cutting-edge LED lighting, this reduces energy consumption by as much as 90%. The colour temperature, or also light colour, is expressed in kelvin (K) and denotes whether white light is warm and yellowy or cool and bluish. Warm-white light is like late daylight, it looks welcoming and relaxing. Neutral white light has an activating effect, daylight white improves concentration. Colour temperatures up to 3500 K are referred to as being warm white, from 3500 K as being neutral white and from 5400 K as being cool white. Lumen (lm) is the unit of luminous flux, being the total amount of light given off by a lamp radiating in all directions. Lumens show what brightness to expect far more clearly than wattage (W).