Lutron MS-OP600M-AL Maestro Occupancy Sensor with Dimmer Switch, Almond

Saves Energy by Having Lights Automatically Turn Off When a Room is Unoccupied
  • Auto-on/auto-off or manual on/auto-off settings
  • 1-minute, 5-minute, 15-minute, or 30-minute time-out options
  • Dimming capability with incandescent or halogen light bulbs up to 600 Watts
  • 180° sensor field of view and up to 30' x 30' (900 square feet) detection area
  • LEDs indicate light level and glow softly in the dark as a locator light



List Price: $54.00

Your Savings: $36.02

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  • The Lutron Maestro Occupancy Sensor with Dimmer Switch saves electricity by having lights turn on and remain on while a room is occupied and automatically shut off when it isn't. This combination light switch combines the elegance and technological sophistication of Maestro controls with the energy savings and superior performance of an occupancy sensor. It provides full range dimming and is the perfect solution for adding hands-free motion sensor control to automatically illuminate bathroom areas of your home. At the same time, it is a simple, energy efficient way to ensure a light is never left on for a long time, saving electricity. To dim a light from more than one switch location, pair a Maestro Occupancy Sensor with Dimmer Switch with a companion dimmer switch, sold separately, and you can control a single light from up to 10 locations, the perfect combination for controlling the lights at either end of the staircase or at both entrances to a room. The Lutron Maestro Occupancy Sensor with Dimmer Switch has a very sleek, aesthetically pleasing design. Coordinate using Lutron Claro Wallplates, sold separately.

    For areas of your home where the dimming feature of this switch is not necessary, an on/off style Maestro Occupancy Sensor Switch is also available.

    Lutron's occupancy (motion) sensors are passive infrared (PIR) sensors that automatically control lights. These sensors detect the heat from occupants moving within an area to determine when the space is occupied. The sensors then control the lights automatically turning them off or on, providing convenience and increased energy savings.

    Programming Features:
    • Timeout - The approximate time in minutes after which the lights will go out after the last motion is detected. The default time delay is 5 minutes but can be adjusted to 1, 3, 15, or 30 minutes. Typically, a shorter timeout should be used in a smaller room or a location where the duration of stay is small. Conversely, a longer timeout should be used in a larger room or a location where the duration of stay is long. The default time delay is 5 min.
    • Off Warning - This unit has an off warning setting that will dim the lights by 50% to warn the occupants the lights will turn off in 30 seconds. This feature is enabled by default but can be disabled if desired.
    • Sensor Sensitivity - The sensitivity of the sensor can be adjusted based on the expected level of activity in the room. The sensitivity setting is high by default and will perform best for most applications. Rarely if the sensor is placed near external sources such as heating and cooling vents, it may turn the lights on without occupancy. If this occurs, changing the sensitivity to low should resolve the problem. The default setting is high sensitivity.
    • Auto-On Feature - When enabled, the lights will turn on when motion is detected. You may wish to disable this feature in an area such as a bedroom. This feature is enabled by default.

    • Please Note: Features can be changed in Programming Mode.

      Other Features:
    • Sensor automatically turns lights off when room is unoccupied
    • Use manual or preset dimming control to reduce the energy used by
      the lights (dimmer only)
    • Easily set-up occupancy sensor to require manual-on operation
    • Enhances convenience, ambience and decor
    • Precise light level control with a dimmer allows you to provide the right light for
      any activity
    • Sleek, unobtrusive occupancy sensor adds energy saving functionality without sacrificing style
    • Exclusive Lutron XCT technology in occupancy sensors detects fine motions of room occupants
    • Lights automatically turn on to the level at which they were last used when the occupancy sensor activates the lights

    • XCT technology
      XCT, exclusively from Lutron, is a new occupancy-sensing technology with a refined sensitivity to detect subtle movements in a space. By detecting fine motions, like typing or reading, XCT ensures lights operate when the space is occupied.

  • Specifications
    Manufacturer: Lutron
    Manufacturer Product No: MS-OP600M-AL
    UPC: 027557662475
    Power Rating: 120V, 60Hz
    Maximum Wattage: 600W Incandescent/Halogen light
    Sensor: 180° sensor field-of-view; Up to 30' x 30' (900 square feet) major motion coverage and 20' x 20' (400 square feet) minor motion coverage
    Shut Off: Adjustable timeout - 1, 3, 5, 15, or 30 minutes; Optional off warning dims the lights by 50%, 30 seconds before the light turns off
    Environment: Operate between 32° F (0° C) and 104° F (40° C)
    Maximum # of Device: Single pole and multiple location control from up to 9 Companion Dimmers
    Warranty: Manufacturer 1 Year Limited Warranty
  • 1 Review

    Review of 6619al Review by AL
    Review of 6619al

    This switch is a very nice addition to our laundry area. IT IS A SILENT type (no annoying relay "click")
    Has nice intuitive function.
    HOWEVER, UN LIKE THE OCCUPANCY DIMMER, THE "Lutron "SWITCH" ( for non incandecant loads) REQUIRES a P.I.T.A. COMMON WIRE to operate.
    Some older homes will no have this so the LEVITON commercial "switch" is a better choice IF you DON'T have a common with in the outlet box.

    Posted on 4/6/2011

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