Enerlites WOS15 IV Passive Infrared Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor - Ivory

Automatically turn on the Lights when Somone Enters the Room
  • Turn Lights On/Off Automatically
  • Manual On/Off setting allows use as a regular switch
  • Time delay Off setting is adjustable from 15 seconds to 30 minutes
  • Zero Arc technology to extend the product lifetime
  • Standard decorator wall plate included
  • Two Year Warranty
  • UL/CUL Listed Device


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  • Turn lights on and off with the Enerlites WOS15 IV Passive Infrared Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor. When an individual enters the room, the sensor automatically turns the lights on. When there is no more movement in the room and a set amount of time passes, the lights will then automatically go off. If a user turns the light on/off at the switch, it will remain on/off until returned to 'auto.' 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.

    • Rating:
      • Incandescent: 500W @ 120VAC
      • Fluorescent: 500VA @120VAC
      • Motor: 1/8HP @ 120VAC

    • Coverage: 150 degree, 450sq.ft
  • 1 Review

    Review of 36722IV Review by GEORGE
    Review of 36722IV

    Worked great for my LED lighting installation in my kitchen.

    Posted on 11/23/2013

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