Jooby Sensor Ball

Radar motion detector for luminaires


Up to four 24 GHz radars

Data transmitted

LoRa, Wi-Fi (optional)

Power supply

24 V DC (or optional 220 V power adapter)

Product information

General information Wireless connectivity

Jooby Sensor Ball is designed to detect moving objects near the luminaire for automatic light intensity adjustment.

The device uses low-power 24 GHz radar sensors for motion detection.

General information

  • An optimal solution for places with complex, multi-directional traffic, e.g. squares and crossroads
  • Detects any road users, e.g., pedestrians, bicycle riders, and vehicles.
  • Generates control signals for appropriately configured connected luminaires to adjust their brightness
  • Designed to be installed 4–6 m high
  • Pedestrian and vehicle detection—up to 15 m and 30 m respectively
  • Can house up to 4 radar sensors for motion detection from different directions.
  • Uses a DC power supply and can be connected to a green energy generation system without additional transducers.
  • Uses LoRaWAN® technology for centralized configuration and device monitoring.
  • Can be equipped with an optional Wi-Fi interface for quick on-site configuration.

Technical data

Input voltage

24 V DC or 220 V AC with a power adapter

Power load, max.


Avg. power consumption on standby, max.


Electrical safety class according to ЕN 60598-1



∅ 95 mm


0,25 kg

LoRa wireless technology, LoRaWAN® network technology

Jooby Sensor Ball supports communication over LoRaWANLoRaWAN® wireless networks, which have the following benefits:

  • Licence-free frequency bands
  • Long range
  • Secure connection with two levels of encryption
  • Low power consumption

LoRaWAN® specifications


LoRa™ Spread-Spectrum class C

Receiver sensitivity, dBm

−118 … -136 dBm

Data rate, bit/s

0.250–11 Kbps

Line-of-sight range

up to 15,000 m

Frequency band 1

868.0—868.6 MHz

Radiated power

25 mW (14 dBm)

Pulse ratio

<1 %

Frequency bandwidth

125 kHz

Frequency band 2

867.0–868.0 MHz

Radiated power

25 mW (14 dBm)

Pulse ratio

<0,1 %

Frequency bandwidth

125; 250 kHz

Frequency band 3 (receive)

869.4–869.65 MHz

Pulse ratio

<10 %

Frequency bandwidth

125 kHz

ShortLink technology

The device supports ShortLink technology to connect luminaires to one another. ShortLink enables dynamic lighting—when a motion sensor is triggered on one luminaire, the brightness on the nearby ones is raised, too. The system thus creates a ‘light wave’ in front of the moving pedestrian or car. ShortLink technology reduces the devices’ response delay to 0.01 s.

ShortLink specs


LoRa™ Spread-Spectrum

Frequency band 1

869.7–870 MHz

Frequency bandwidth

250 kHz

Radiated power

5 mW (7 dBm)

Receiver sensitivity, dBm

-120 dBm

Data rate, bit/s

0.250–11 Kbps

Line-of-sight range

Up to 1 km

Wi-Fi debugging interface

Jooby Sensor Ball can be equipped with a Wi-Fi module, which can be used for testing, luminaire restarting, and firmware updates.

Wi-Fi connection specs

Wi-Fi protocol

IEEE 802.11 b/g/n

Frequency band 1

2.4–2.5 GHz (2,400–2,483.5 MHz)

Radiated power

14 dBm (@ 72.2 Mbps), 20 dBm (802.11b)

Receiver sensitivity, dBm

−72 … −98 dBm





Network protocol


Line-of-sight range

Up to 100 m

Light control panel

Luminaire location map
Daily luminaire operation programme
Annual luminaire operation programme
Luminaire operation statistics as diagrams


LoRaWAN® base station network

Jooby CMS software

Technical support

Avenue Smart Cover

To transform a regular Avenue luminaire into a smart one, an Avenue Smart Cover controller needs to be installed. This enables you to connect your luminaires to Jooby CMS for management and monitoring.

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