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Occupancy Sensor, PIR, 1050 sq. ft.

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Price: $100.90 / each

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  • Item # 11X354
  • Mfr. Model # WS-250-W
  • UNSPSC # 46171608
  • Catalog Page # 628
  • Shipping Weight 0.29 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemOccupancy Sensor
  • Sensor TypePassive Infrared
  • Coverage1050 sq. ft.
  • Installation TypeWall
  • Viewing Angle180 Degrees
  • Timer Range30 sec. to 30 min.
  • Time DelayManual
  • Watts @ 120V800
  • Watts @ 277V1200
  • Voltage120/277VAC
  • For Use WithFluorescent and Incandescent Lighting Loads
  • ColorWhite
  • StandardsUL and cUL Listed
  • Description/Special FeaturesTamper Resistant Lens
  • IncludesPhotocell
  • Green Environmental AttributeProduct Contributes to Reducing Energy Consumption
  • Green Certification or Other RecognitionRoHS Compliant
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Compliance and Restrictions

  • Green Product - This item has been designated by the manufacturer as an environmentally preferable product (EPP) because this item is RoHS Compliant.

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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.
Wall Switch Occupancy and Vacancy Sensors
Occupancy Sensors have a detection signature processing feature that eliminates false triggers and provides immunity to RFI and EMI. Zero-crossing provides long relay life. Optional light level sensing with simple setup. Sensor coverage is tested to NEMA Guide Publication WD 7-2000. Vacancy Sensors replace single-pole switches. Feature low-profile styling and operate on most common types of residential lighting. Relay-based switching with no current leakage to load in off mode for safety.
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need cover plate whats the catalog number

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There are multiple options for the cover plate. I have emailed you a list of the part numbers and descriptions. If you need further assistance, please contact us at 800-323-0620.
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I have emailed you the owners manual for this unit that explains how to adjust the timing. If you need further assistance, please contact us at 1-800-Grainger. Thank you for using Grainger Ask & Answer.
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