Hubbell Building Automation’s In-Fixture Controller Offers Stand-Alone Lighting Control

Hubbell Building Automation has introduced the new IFC In-Fixture Controller. The IFC device offers stand-alone lighting control with unified motion and daylight sensing. A provider of occupancy sensors and lighting controls, Hubbell Building Automation has a long-standing commitment to innovation.

Hubbell Building Automation new IFC In-Fixture Controller, offering stand-alone lighting control with unified motion and daylight sensing.(Photo: Business Wire)

The unified sensor head includes a PIR (passive infrared) occupancy sensor and daylight sensor. The controller also includes a built-in standard time clock. The complete unit provides on/off and 0-10V dimming control--in any combination of motion, light level and time-of-day--for fully-capable and code-compliant energy-saving control.

The In-Fixture Controller is great for lighting applications that require simple fixture-based lighting controls for indoor or outdoor applications rather than more complex and costly networked solutions. Optimal uses include parking lots or garages, warehouses or pedestrian walkways.

Hubbell Building Automation's new device controls up to 4 amps of electrical load and supports 120-277Vac and 347/480Vac applications. Programming is easy, using any Bluetooth®-equipped Android tablet or mobile device and the free IFC Programming App. Download the App from the Google Play store.

The product is available for ordering now. For more information on the IFC lighting control, visit Also follow the brand on Facebook and Twitter for the latest news and updates.

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