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Occupancy Sensor, PIR, 1000 sq ft, White
- Item # 2DDF8
- Mfr. Model # AP1277W2
- UNSPSC # 46171608
- Catalog Page # 625
- Shipping Weight 0.5 lbs.
- ItemOccupancy Sensor
- Sensor TypePassive Infrared
- Coverage1000 sq. ft.
- Installation TypeWall
- Viewing Angle180 Degrees
- Timer Range4 to 30 min.
- Time DelayAdaptive/Manual
- Watts @ 120V800
- Watts @ 277V1800
- For Use WithFluorescent and Incandescent Lighting Loads
- StandardsUS and cUL Listed
- Description/Special Features2 Button Manual/Auto Control, Hard Lens
- Green Environmental AttributeProduct Contributes to Reducing Energy Consumption
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