Dual technology wall switch occupancy sensor

The DW-311 is an occupancy sensor designed to provide building and energy code compliant occupancy and 0 to 10 V dimming control for LED lighting applications.

12/28/2016


The Wattstopper DW-311 is an occupancy sensor designed to provide building and energy code compliant occupancy and 0-10 V dimming control for LED lighting applications. Courtesy: LegrandThe Wattstopper DW-311 Dual Technology 0 to 10 V Dimming Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor is a solution designed to provide building and energy code compliant occupancy and 0 to 10 V dimming control for LED lighting applications. The DW-311 extends control to small- and medium-sized applications including rooms with partitions such as restrooms, large offices, conference rooms with cubical walls, and classrooms. This sensor features Wattstopper dual technology, which combines passive infrared (PIR) and ultrasonic technologies to easily detect minor and major movements in spaces that may have obstacles that impede direct line of sight movement to the sensor. Additional product features include key mode, vandal resistant and color matched lends, and multi-way control.

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