Lutron Maestro MS-OPS2 White Occupancy/Vacancy Sensor Switch
Lutron Maestro Occupancy sensing switches with occupancy and vacancy sensors are lighting controls with passive infrared sensors that automatically control the lights in an area. These sensors detect the heat from occupants moving within an area to determine when the space is occupied. The Occupancy sensing switch combines a Maestro switch with an occupancy or vacancy sensor.
Amps (A): 2
Depth: 1-1/8 in.
Height: 4-11/16 in.
Industry Standards: UL, CUL
Sensor Area: Major motion 30 x 30; Minor motion 20 x 20
Switch Type: Single Pole
Time Delay: 1, 3, 5,15, 30 minutes
UPC CODE: 027557982825
Wallplate: Sold separately
Warranty: 1 Year
Width: 2-15/16 in.
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Posted by Charles | 07/05/2013
I have been searching for a functional room occupancy switch for several years. Ive tried several different styles and models of heat sensing, movement sensing, IR sensing etc., switches for use in bathrooms and break rooms in our warehouse. Finally, success with the Lutron MS-OPS2 Sensor Switch! These were installed in areas where we have had past problems with irregular sensing due to air conditioning currents or other unusual movement conditions in rooms. The Lutron switches worked perfectly right out of the box. The switch comes with an instruction sheet to set the parameters for "on and off". It is not intuitive, so I suggest you put this somewhere where maintenance will be able to find it if future conditions require changing the setting.