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LiteTrace’s Keilton Platform Adds Long-Range Outdoor Lighting Control Solutions

LiteTrace, a global leader in Bluetooth® Network Lighting Control (NLC) systems, announced the release of five enhanced long-range antenna options designed to increase the Bluetooth signal range in their Keilton® NLC system. These components are ideal for outdoor applications, with longer distances between system nodes.

The five products are:

o WPPA102-W-AUX/BH4/Z10 – Waterproof 12V DC Fixture Controller

o EFS106-W-AUX/BH4/Z10 – 12VDC High Bay Sensor

o FA102-W – 12VDC Fixture Adapter and Signal Booster

o PPA102S-W –  Line-Voltage Fixture Controller & Signal Booster

o CR02-W – RTC Bluetooth Dongle With Long-Range Antenna

The external long-range antennas in the FA102-W and PPA102S-W extend the maximum Bluetooth wireless signal range to more than 800 feet. The outdoor IP66-rated sensor housings also feature a black finish designed to complement commercial outdoor luminaires, with nylon UV-rated material. These products can be used without being connected to a luminaire to increase Bluetooth signal strength and range, for the entire Keilton network.

Luminaire manufacturers can learn more about the new long-range antenna wireless options by contacting sales@litetrace.com or visiting

LiteTrace, a global leader in Bluetooth® Network Lighting Control (NLC) systems, announced the release of five enhanced long-range antenna options designed to increase the Bluetooth signal range in their Keilton® NLC system. These components are ideal for outdoor applications, with longer distances between system nodes.

The five products are:

o WPPA102-W-AUX/BH4/Z10 – Waterproof 12V DC Fixture Controller

o EFS106-W-AUX/BH4/Z10 – 12VDC High Bay Sensor

o FA102-W – 12VDC Fixture Adapter and Signal Booster

o PPA102S-W –  Line-Voltage Fixture Controller & Signal Booster

o CR02-W – RTC Bluetooth Dongle With Long-Range Antenna

The external long-range antennas in the FA102-W and PPA102S-W extend the maximum Bluetooth wireless signal range to more than 800 feet. The outdoor IP66-rated sensor housings also feature a black finish designed to complement commercial outdoor luminaires, with nylon UV-rated material. These products can be used without being connected to a luminaire to increase Bluetooth signal strength and range, for the entire Keilton network.

Luminaire manufacturers can learn more about the new long-range antenna wireless options by contacting sales@litetrace.com or visiting www.LiteTrace.com.

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