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Occupancy Sensor, PIR, 2100 sq. ft.

LEVITON

Price: $100.25 / each

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  • Item # 4TXR4
  • Mfr. Model # ODS15-IDW
  • UNSPSC # 46171608
  • Catalog Page # 628
  • Shipping Weight 0.34 lbs.
Country of Origin MexicoCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemOccupancy Sensor
  • Sensor TypePassive Infrared
  • Coverage2100 sq. ft.
  • Installation TypeWall
  • Viewing Angle180 Degrees
  • Timer Range30 sec. to 30 min.
  • Time DelayAdaptive
  • Watts @ 120V1800
  • Watts @ 277V4000
  • Voltage120/277VAC
  • For Use WithFluorescent and Incandescent Lighting Loads
  • ColorWhite
  • StandardsUL and cUL Listed, CA Title 24 Compliant
  • Description/Special FeaturesVandal Resistant Lens
  • IncludesPhotocell

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Wall Switch Occupancy Sensors
• Viewing angle: 180°
Wall Switch Occupancy Sensors
Sensors automatically turn lights off when occupants leave a room, reducing energy costs. Installing these sensors to replace existing mechanical switches can provide the quickest return on investment. Sensors do not need a neutral, eliminating expense and time associated with dropping neutrals to switch locations. Proprietary adaptive technology enhances savings and eliminates manual adjustments.
Passive Infrared (PIR)
Passive devices are designed to detect the movement of heat-emitting bodies. Ideal for areas where there are no physical obstructions to block the sensor's field of view.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by The preset values right out of the box work well.No neutral required at the switch location.The only drawback is the initial expense. January 4, 2013
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This Leviton Occupancy Sensor, Model # ODS15-IDW does not require a neutral wire. It does need to be grounded. There are three wires on this item: Black (to line voltage), Blue ( switch leg to the controlled Load), and Green ( to Ground).

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