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Lutron Maestro Occupancy-Vacancy Sensor Switch, Multi-Location, 3-Way, or Single-Pole

Lutron Maestro Occupancy-Vacancy Sensor Switch, Multi-Location, 3-Way, or Single-Pole

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Product Overview
  • 4 Attractive finishes
  • Easy wiring
  • Adjustable sensitivity
  • Adjustable time delay
  • Coverage up to 900 sq ft
  • UL listed
  • 5-Year warranty
Description
This occupancy-vacancy switch saves you money by automatically turning off lights when not needed. This switch uses advanced switching technology to reduce false shut-offs. It is perfect for smaller rooms and can detect motion up to 30 feet away.
Specifications
Width (in)
3
Height (in)
5
Length (in)
1
Auto-Off Timer
1 - 30 Minutes
Power Method
Hardwire
UL Listed
Yes
CA Title 24
Yes
Finish
White
Almond
Ivory
Light Almond
Input Voltage
120V
Warranty
5 Years
Mounting Type
Wall
Locations
Indoor
Motion Sensor
Yes
Controls Type
Occupancy Sensor
Vacancy Sensor
Controls Locations
Single Pole
3-Way
Multi-Location
Minimum Load
0W
Controls Maximum Load
600W
Compatible Lighting Loads
LED
Incandescent
Xenon
Halogen
CFL
Fluorescent
Electronic Low Voltage
Magnetic Low Voltage
Wallplate Included
No
Brand Style
Lutron Claro
Condition
New
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Question from Herbert Schober:

Can this multi location switch be used as a set of two ...one at one end of a 25 foot hallway and a second one located at the other end of the same hallway to turn on a common light bulb located in the center of the hallway? So that as a person enters one end of the hallway the switch closest will turn on the common light bulb located in the center of the hallway...and also if a person enters the hallway at the other end of the hall way the switch closest to that end of the hallway will turn on the common light bulb located in the center of the same hallway. In other words two sensors connected to the same centrally located light bulb?

Answer from Pegasus:

Sensors in general cannot be used as a set of 2 to control the same lighting circuit. However a sensor can be used at one end of a room with a 3-way wall switch at the other end of a room. For more information about a 3-way system please see section 2B, 3b and 4 found in the instruction sheet on the link below. http://site.pegasuslighting.com/pdfs/occupancy-vacancy-sensors/lutron-maestro-occupancy-vacancy-sensor-multi-location-install-instructions.pdf

Question from Chris:

If placed inside a closet with a louvered door, could the motion detector be activated by movement outside the door, through the louvers?

Answer from Pegasus:

The door would be sufficient to block out the motion detection.

Question from Phyllis Leyba:

Would this work in an elder parent room to turn on when getting up to use the bathroom at night and turn off once back in bed?

Answer from Pegasus:

If the occupancy sensor is in the same room where the person is sleeping than no I don't think so. Any slight movement would likely turn the lights on while he/she is sleeping. If the sensor is going to be installed in a separate room, e.g. the bathroom, then yes, when the person enters the bathroom the lights would turn on. When the person leaves, the lights would turn off.