This wireless vacancy sensor from Lutron Electronics Co. is available in a white finish.
Radio Powr Savr™ vacancy sensor. An innovative, ceiling-mounted, wireless RF vacancy sensor designed for easy installation and optimum savings.
- No wiring to the sensor is required.
- Saves energy: sensor turns lights off when room is unoccupied.
- Vacancy sensor has a Manual-On/Auto-Off setting only.
- Sensor can easily be moved to position for optimal coverage.
- Lens illuminates brightly during test mode to verify ideal locations for sensing.
- Uses XCT™ technology to enhance performance with a high sensitivity to fine motion.
- Fine motion coverage up to 676 square feet when mounted on a 12 foot ceiling.
- Uses Lutron's Clear Connect RF Technology™.
- Meets California Title 24 requirements.
- 10-year battery life design.
- The sensor communicates via radio frequency to compatible Lutron dimmers and light control systems.
- Use up to 3 sensors per each compatible dimmer for maximum coverage.
- One sensor can control up to 10 compatible dimmers/switches for spaces with additional zones of light.
- 360° field of view, 400 square foot range at 9 foot ceiling height.
- Coverage varies depending on ceiling height. Sensors are designed for 8-12 foot ceilings.
- Timeout options include 5 minutes, 15 minutes, and 30 minutes.
Note: Compatible with Lutron Maestro Wireless and RadioRa®-SR dimmers and switches, and GRAFIK Eye® QS light and shade control units; sold separately.
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