nLight Air rTLN Twist to Lock Node

I need to install smart lighting along a roadway, my lighting vendor is proposing a nLight rTLN. It says it uses the following protocols:

Operating Voltages: 120-277VAC or 347/480VAC
Frequency: 50/60 Hz
RF: Transmit Power 900Mhz: +20dBm, Max 1000ft Clear LOS; 2.4GHz: +10.4 dBm,
Max 100ft Clear LOS
Wireless: Standard 900MHz: IEEE 802.15.4-based
2.4GHz: Version 4.0+ of the Bluetooth specification

Can the hubitat control this? I known 802.15.4 2.4GHz, could be zigbee, but I am not certain that it is zigbee.

If this works, I will be purchasing at least one new hub (maybe more depending on the location of the lights).

There are different implementations of zigbee, so you’d need to clarify that as well. Hubitat can work with ZHA 1.2 and Zigbee 3.0 profile devices.

Does your vendor have any more detailed specs?

here is the webpage for the device:

According to one of the documents there, the device has FCC ID 2ADCB-RMODIT or 2ADCB-RMODIT3.

I think the only thing running at 2.4 GHz is Bluetooth Low Energy.

Looking again at the specs listed in the OP, the formatting is a little weird but it looks like it’s the 900 MHz protocol that’s based on the 802.15.4 standard.