Turn lights off automatically with the Enerlites WVSS15 WH Passive Infrared Wall Switch Vacancy Sensor. The Vacancy Sensor works like an automatic off timer. When a user enters the room, then turn on the light at the Sensor, then, a timer is turned on. When the Sensor sees no one else is in the room and the set amount of time has passed, the Sensor automatically turns off the light. The light can be manually turned off as well, though. Adjustable time delay and motion sensitivity make the Sensor very customizable.
About Passive Infrared Sensor
Passive Infrared (PIR) sensors detect occupancy by sensing the difference between heat emitted from the human body in motion and the background space. In order to provide adequate coverage within a space, the sensors utilize a unique Fresnel lens which divides the coverage area into zones, thus enhancing the detection of small movement. Once an individual enters a space being monitored, the sensor responds to a change in the infrared background by turning the lights ON automatically. Once the individual leaves the area and the space is unoccupied for a selected period of time, the lights are turned Off automatically.
- Incandescent: 500W at 120V
- Fluorescent: 500W at 120V
- AC - Motor: 1/8HP at 120-Volt
- Coverage: 150°, 450 Sq. Ft.
- Compatible with all electronic ballast
- Review of 36726WH Review by hlygrail
Review of 36726WH
Wired two of these into existing rooms as instructions indicated black to hot, redload+whiteneutral to the load wire, and greenground to the ground wire. The PIRs function properly, but the lights flicker at 60Hz. Both switches appear to be defective. Have other brand PIR-based switches in adjacent rooms wired similarly that work fine.
Posted on 7/28/2013
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