EZ-Connect UltraLink Controller with Microwave Sensor

The ULTRAMW-Z10 is a Bluetooth NLC Fixture Controller with a Microwave Sensor suitable for up to 40’ Mounting Heights.

It provides automatic On/Off/Dim control based on motion and/or daylight levels. This sensor actively emits microwaves and uses the Doppler shift of the return waves to detect motion, even through glass and non-metallic walls.

Rated for wet and cold locations, it can be field installed in fixtures equipped with an EZ-Connect™ receptacle with Twist Lock System.

It connects via Bluetooth and can be accessed with the UltraLink web portal or iOS app for setup and configuration.


Product Information

  • Construction: White polycarbonate.
  • Sensing Technology: 5.8 GHz Microwave Sensor.
  • Connection Method: EZ-Connect™ with Twist Lock System.
  • Input voltage: 12-24 VDC.
  • Current consumption: >50 mA.
  • Control Output: 0-10V, 25 mA.
  • Operating Temperature Range: -20°C to +60°C (-4°F to +140°F).
  • Max Mounting Height: 40 ft (12 m).
  • Max Sensor Range: 50 ft (15 m) radius.
  • Max Bluetooth Range: 200 ft (60 m) line of sight.

    Range is highly dependent on the integration of fixtures, environment, and conditions. It is recommended to conduct testing for range accuracy.

  • EZ-Connect™: field installed in seconds without tools or wiring.
  • LED Motion Indicator.
  • MW Detection with 360° Coverage Pattern, best suited for indoor areas with high ambient temperatures, odd shaped rooms, and open spaces with many obstacles (non-metallic).
  • Integrated Daylight Sensor.
  • Programmable Settings include time delays and brightness and can be set through the UltraLink iOS app.
  • Advanced Functionality such as energy monitoring, and demand response available with the optional UltraLink Dashboard.
  • Magnetic Reset (touch the top part of the sensor for 5s).
  • Integrated Antenna.
  • IP65, Suitable for Indoor and Outdoor use.
  • FCC
  • UL
  • DLC
  • Bluetooth Declaration ID: D062134
  • Conforms with DLC NLC5 Cybersecurity Standards