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Lutron MS-OPS2-WH Motion Sensor, Maestro Occupancy Sensor Switch, 250W, Single Pole - White
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About The Lutron MS-OPS2-WH 250W Maestro Occupancy Sensor Switch, Single Pole - White
The Lutron MS-OPS2-WH 250W Maestro Occupancy Sensor Switch is a great way to provide automated lighting control within your home. The Lutron MS-OPS2-WH 250W Maestro Occupancy Sensor Switch provides an easy solution to lights being left on in unoccupied rooms. The Lutron MS-OPS2-WH 250W Maestro Occupancy Sensor Switch utilizes XCT Sensing Technology to ensure that lights remain on while the room is occupied, and the field of view for this switch is 180 degrees. The Lutron MS-OPS2-WH 250W Maestro Occupancy Sensor Switch is capable of covering a 900 square foot room. This great switch turns your lights on manually and the lights are then turned off either manually or the lights will automatically be shut off once the countdown timer has elapsed. The Lutron MS-OPS2-WH 250W Maestro Occupancy Sensor Switch can handle loads up to 250 watts and can also handle any type of lighting load (incandescent, CFL, halogen, or LED).
- Advanced XCT Sensing Technology
- Ambient Light Detection
- Compatible with all load types
- Wonderful looking residential aesthetics
- Optional Vacancy mode
- Photo cell feature prevents lights from switching "On" when enough natural light is available
- Model Number: MS-OPS2-WH 250W
- Color: White
- Field of View: 180 Degrees
- Coverage Area: 900 square feet
- Wattage: 250 Watts
- Voltage: 120 Volts
- One (1) Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty
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Can you tell me if one set the level of activation at waist height so that a pet will not turn on the light?by Arthur L. on 06-17-2012
The Lutron MS-OPS2-WH uses ambient light detection, meaning that it senses motion through light detection from the floor to ceiling (900 sq ft). Therefore, changes in light will trigger the sensor. The sensor is designed to turn lights off if enough natural light is present, while creating a motion activated way to turn on lights automatically using the sensor (during darkness).
After speaking to a Lutron representative, they explained that it is assumed by them that consumer would prefer to have the sensor turn on a light for a pet, as opposed to eliminting the use of the sensor for pet use. At this time, they do not manufacture a product that can set a height limitation.on 06-18-2012Please login or register before adding a question.