WattStopper CI-305 Motion Sensor, PIR Ceiling Occupancy Sensor, 1200 Sq. Ft., 24V - White

SKU: 320925
Brand: WattStopper Model: CI-305 Condition: New

WattStopper CI-305 Occupancy Sensors

  • WattStopper CI-305 Occupancy Sensors
  • WattStopper CI-305
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The Wattstopper CI-305 360 Degree Passive Infrared 24V Low Voltage Occupancy Sensor automatically turns lighting on and off based on occupancy. These larger sized sensors can be configured to turn lighting on, and hold it on as long as the sensor detects occupancy. After no movement is detected for a user specified or SmartSet time (5 to 30 minutes) the lights are switched off. A "walk-through" mode can turn lights off after only 3 minutes, if no activity is detected after 30 seconds of an occupancy detection. The CI-305 provides up to 1200 square feet of coverage and can be mounted though tile ceiling or through Octagonal J-Box.

Note: 24V sensors use the following power pack (Sold Separately):


  • Auto set automatically selects optimal time delay and sensitivity settings
  • Architecturally appealing low profile appearance
  • 360° coverage
  • Terminal wiring for quick and easy installation
  • Walk-through mode increases savings potential


  • Coverage (Square-Ft.): 1200
  • Installation Type: Ceiling Mount
  • Viewing Angle (Deg.): 360
  • Timer Range (Minutes): 5 to 30
  • Time Delay: Adaptive or Manual
  • Voltage: 24VDC
  • Finish: White
  • Standards: UL, CUL

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