Daintree® WA100-PM

The WA100-PM Wireless Adapter provides control of dimmable drivers. It can monitor energy consumption of lighting devices on the Daintree Networked platform.

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Features & Benefits

  • Works on Daintree Networked Wireless Controls System
  • AC powered device that provides On/Off switching as well as 0-10V analog dimming control for LED drivers and ballasts
  • Provides power for low voltage occupancy sensors, photosensors (daylight harvesters), wall switches, and control signals
  • Monitors and measures the power consumption of the connected lighting load and reports power measurement data to Daintree Controls Software
  • Provides the wireless adaptation that enables connected devices to communicate with the rest of the Daintree Networked wireless control solution


Controls Platform
Daintree Networked
Color Offering
Mounting Options
Snap-in 1/2” nipple for junction box mount, Screw tab and optional mounting bracket for in-fixture mount
Analog Input
0-10V, Max 24V, Input resistance ~90K
Analog Output
0-10V, Max 24V, Input resistance ~90K
Low Voltage Output
24VDC, 75mA
Current Consumption
0.54W @120V (Idle, Relay OFF), 0.82W @277V (Idle, Relay OFF), 0.96W @120V (Relay ON), 1.23W @277V (Relay ON)
Binary Input
Active high (≥ 8.25V). Max 40V, Impedance ~22K
Radio Properties
2.4 GHz, +8dBm transmit power
Operating Temp
-20 to 65 °C
5 year limited warranty

Enables Communication

The WA100-PM includes a 15A relay to switch ballasts/drivers and circuits, and provides 0-10V output to control one or more dimmable ballasts/drivers. It can also adapt low voltage occupancy sensors, photosensors, and wall switches/dimmers, enabling these devices to communicate wirelessly with the rest of the system.


The WA100-PM provides added versatility with support for bi-level and alternate switching ballast configurations, as well as the ability to control an auxiliary relays or dependent devices.

Daintree Networked Enabled

The WA100-PM also includes the capability to monitor and measure the energy consumption of the lighting load being controlled, whether it is an entire circuit or a single light.

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