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Smart Motion Floodlight - Quick Start Guide


1. Install the Smart Motion Floodlight in your desired location. (See enclosed instruction sheet.)

PLEASE NOTE: While HALO Home devices can be used on standard switches, they prefer constant power and then to be controlled wirelessly. To avoid accidental factory resets: install with HALO Home Controllers (Accessory Dimmer or Hardwired Multi-Room Scene Keypad).

  • Light blinks once and then dims to indicate it is ready to be added (“claimed”) to the HALO Home app. On subsequent power cycles it will blink twice until it has been claimed.

Note: The blue LED indicator on the bottom of the motion sensor will blink continuously, indicating it is also ready to be claimed.

Note: Do not install this LED motion floodlight to standard dimmers. Only the HALO Home Accessory Dimmer may be used.

2. Create your HALO Home Account

Download the HALO Home app and register >

Already a HALO Home user? Skip to the next step.

3. Add the Smart Floodlight Component 

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Note: This LED product contains a smart LED floodlight and a smart motion sensor; each can be controlled separately and associated with separate devices. Therefore, each needs to be claimed separately.

Note: For this step, your motion floodlight must be installed and powered, and your smart mobile device must be within range.

4. The app will search for your installed, unclaimed lights

  1. Select the Floodlight and click “Add” to complete the pairing process.
  2. The light blinks once to indicate it has been claimed. It restores the saved dimming and CCT levels on subsequent power cycles.
  3. Select the Motion Sensor and click "Add" to complete the pairing process.

Note: The app works only when your HALO Home compatible device is powered and within about 100 feet of your smart mobile device.


5. Associate the motion sensor to the device/group you want to wirelessly trigger

  1. The Controller Settings screen will appear for your motion sensor. Press “Tap to associate”.
  2. Select the Device or Group to be controlled by your motion sensor and press “Save”.

Note: Only one Device or Group can be selected. To control multiple Devices, create a Group from the “Groups” screen in the main menu, then return to the Controller Settings screen to associate the motion sensor to that group.


6. Adjust the settings on your motion sensor

Click the "  " symbol and click on the Controllers tab.

  1. Edit the name of your motion sensor
  2. Activate or deactivate your motion sensor
    (Turning this OFF deactivates the sensor, allowing you to control the floodlight or other associated devices manually.)
  3. Change which Device/Group/Scene is controlled by the motion sensor
  4. Define how the associated device or group reacts to a motion event and for how long
  5. Activate or deactivate standby: how a device reacts once the duration time has expired after a motion event
  6. Define how the associated device or group reacts in Standby mode and for how long
  7. Set the sensitivity level of the motion sensor
  8. Set the sensitivity level of the photocell within the motion sensor

Press “Save” after making changes to the settings to ensure any changes are retained.


Motion Event and Standby Settings

  1. Dimming: Set the dim level activated by a motion event. The LED floodlight can dim from 100% to 5%.
  2. Color Tuning: Set the color temperature (CCT) to be activated by a motion event or select one of the presents. The LED floodlight has a color temperature range of 3000K to 5000K.
  3. Duration: Set the length of time these settings will remain in effect when motion is detected.

Note: This countdown timer continually resets as additional motion events occur.


Motion Sensitivity and Test Mode

  1. Adjust motion sensitivity, or range, by using the slider or the preset buttons.
  2. Activate Test Mode to test the range of the motion sensor, day or night, as you make adjustments to the sensitivity. The associated device or group will turn on for a few brief seconds between motion events. Deactivate this mode after choosing the sensitivity that works best for your application.


Photocell Sensitivity

  1. Adjust the photocell sensitivity by using the slider or the preset buttons.

Note: The motion sensor only activates fixtures at night. Photocell sensitivity determines how dark it needs to be for the motion sensor to begin doing this; choose low sensitivity to have devices wait until it is very dark at night to begin activating, while stopping earlier in the morning at dawn. A high sensitivity will activate the motion sensor as soon as dusk begins, and keep it active until later in the morning.


Now you can:

Reset to Factory Setting

If removal isn't possible, delete it by clicking "my device is broken" and then do the factory reset steps:

  • Using either a standard wall switch, circuit breaker or the air gap switch on an Accessory Dimmer cycle power:
    • Repeat this pattern 4 times:
      • Turn OFF for 2 second
      • Turn ON for 6 seconds
  • The LED floodlight will flash twice after a successful reset.

Note: This will revert both the Floodlight and the associated Motion Sensor to their Factory Setting.


  • The LED floodlight will dim from 100% to 5% using the mobile app.

White Tuning

  • Use the mobile app to adjust Color Temperature (CCT) of the Bluetooth LED floodlights. (The LED floodlight has a CCT range of 3000K to 5000K.)