Lutron Maestro Occupancy-Vacancy Sensor Switch, Multi-Location, 3-Way, or Single-Pole
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- 4 Attractive finishes
- Easy wiring
- Adjustable sensitivity
- Adjustable time delay
- Coverage up to 900 sq ft
- UL listed
- 5-Year warranty
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Question from Herbert Schober:
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:
Answer from Pegasus:The door would be sufficient to block out the motion detection.
Question from Phyllis Leyba:
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.
Question from Jack Killingsworth:
Answer from Pegasus:Jack, check out the installation instructions here: https://www.pegasuslighting.com/files/pdfs/lutron-maestro-vacancy-sensor-switch-multi-location-install-instructions.pdf Instructions are listed under custom settings near the bottom of the first page.