WattStopper RS-250-W Motion Sensor, PIR Wall Switch Convertible Occupancy Sensor, 600W, 120V - White

SKU: 320919
Brand: WattStopper Model: RS-250-W Condition: New
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The Wattstopper Vacancy Sensors are wall switch replacements for residential use. The switches are designed to comply with California Title 24-2005 residential energy code.

This vacancy sensor uses passive infrared (PIR) technology to detect when a space becomes vacant. The switch operates by sensing the difference between infrared energy from a human being in motion and the background space. The switches provide manual-ON operation for increased power savings.


• 2005 California Title 24 Compliant
• For Single-pole circuits
• Light level sensing
• Zero crossing
• Low-profile styling
• ON/OFF Button
• Adjustable Manual ON or Auto ON mode
• Impact Resistant Lens
• Adjustable Time Delay
• For Single-pole circuits
• Terminal Wiring for Quick and Easy Installation
• Includes Color Matched Wallplate
• Neutral Required


• Voltage: 120 VAC, 60 Hz
• Area of Coverage: 180 deg, maximum 600 sq. ft. (56m2)
• Wattage: 0-600W incandescent, fluorescent, CFL, MLV, and ELV 1/6 hp
• Certifications: UL and CUL listed

Customer Reviews

Versatile; Works great

This switch allows you to set it to go on automatically or manual, sense if the room is bright enough where the light doesn't go on, and amount of time the light stays on (30 minutes max to 15 sec min). Note: The settings can only be accessed when the wall plate is removed.

This switch is perfect for my closets where the switch is located outside the closet. I set the switches to be turned on manually and to go off after 15 minutes if no motion is detected. I also put it in my utility room where the door is normally closed. I have set to auto and when I open the door the light goes on.


on 01-14-2012 by wifier

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