Dimming wall-switch occupancy sensor

The DW-311 is a passive infrared and ultrasonic dual-technology 0- to 10-V dimming wall-switch occupancy sensor designed to work in a variety of small- and medium-sized applications

04/13/2017


Wattstopper, Legrand DW-311The DW-311 is a passive infrared and ultrasonic dual-technology 0- to 10-V dimming wall-switch occupancy sensor designed to work in a variety of small- and medium-sized applications—including rooms with partitions, such as restrooms, large offices, conference rooms with cubical walls, and classrooms. The sensor is designed to reduce the number of devices required in a space with full-function multiway control from one to four control locations. It has dual in-line package switches, which allow users to adjust settings to meet their needs, such as power-loss-mode settings, optional smart light-level settings, and an optional presentation mode.

Wattstopper, Legrand, www.legrand.us/wattstopper

This product is a Finalist in the Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2017 Product of the Year program. View more Finalists and cast your vote at www.csemag.com/votepoy (voting closes June 30, 2017).



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