Zigbee On/Off Fixture Controller

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5A Wireless Zigbee On/Off Fixture Controller


The 5A Zigbee On/Off Fixture Controller from ILLUMRA is compatible with the Zigbee 3.0 standard allows for On/Off control of individual light fixtures. Use as part of a wireless control system to reduce energy consumption or to implement compliance with the latest energy regulations. It can reduce energy consumption through the use of manual control, vacancy detection, daylighting, and load shedding strategies, enabled by wireless connections to accessories such as wireless motion sensors, light sensors, and switches. This controller provides a compelling, cost effective, minimally disruptive solution for compliance with the latest energy regulations.

Compatible with:

  • Any Zigbee 3.0 or HA 1.2 gateway
  • Zigbee 3.0 compatible devices

Fixture vs. Area Controller

The 5A Zigbee On/Off Fixture Controller on this page is optimized for use one per fixture to eliminate the need for adding control wiring between fixtures.

The Zigbee On/Off Area Controller features full 20A circuit switching capacity and may be used to control multiple fixtures over a larger area that are on the same circuit.

On/Off vs. Dimming Controller

The Zigbee On/Off Fixture Controller and the Zigbee On/Off Area Controller are intended for situations where dimming is not needed.

For dimming control, see the Zigbee Dimming Area Controller and the Zigbee Dimming Fixture Controller.

Specifications ZBX-RUV
Supply Voltage 100-277VAC  50 /60 Hz
Maximum Load: 5 Amps all loads, Induction, Fluorescent, LED, Other
  70A Max Inrush Current
Range 50-150 feet (typical)
Frequency 902MHz
Dimensions: 2.11 x 1.73 x 1.09 inches (54 x 44 x 28 mm)
Operating Temperature: +32° to +122°F (0° to +50°C)
Storage Temperature: -4° to +176°F (-20° to +80°C)
  UL 60730 (safety)
  UL 2043 (plenum)
  CSA c22.2#14-05 (safety)
  CE – IEC 60730
  IC ID: 8254A-ZICM357SP2


Wiring Diagrams


  • Conference Rooms
  • Houses of Worship
  • Classrooms
  • Offices
  • Daylight harvesting
  • Load Shedding