Wall Switch Box Hard Wired Occupancy Sensor, 2000 sq. ft. Microphonic, Passive Infrared, White
- Item # 20VE48
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- Mfr. Model # WSX PDT NL WH
- Catalog Page # 468
- UNSPSC # 46171608
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- Item - Motion Sensing and Dimming Occupancy Sensor
- Communication Method - Motion Sensing and Dimming Hard Wired
- Sensing Technology Microphonic,Passive Infrared
- Installation Location - Motion Sensor Wall Switch Box
- Coverage at Suggested Mounting Height 2000 sq. ft.
- Operating Voltage - Motion Sensing and Dimming 120VAC, 277VAC
- Color - Motion Sensing and Dimming White
- Time Delay - Motion Sensor 30 sec. to 30 min.
- Time Delay Adjustment Method - Motion Sensor Adjustable
- Coverage Angle - Motion Sensor 180 Degrees
- Suggested Mounting Height - Motion Sensor 2 ft. 6" to 4 ft.
- Max. Capacity @ 120VAC 800W (Incandescent)
- Max. Capacity @ 277VAC 1200W (Incandescent)
- Light Technology Fluorescent, Incandescent, LED
- Standards UL and cUL Listed, Title 24 Compliant
- Includes Wall Plate/Photocell
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