PIR wall switch occupancy sensor

The WS-301 is designed to replace existing wall switches in retrofit projects and other applications, and it can be installed into areas such as offices, conference rooms, and break rooms.

02/02/2017


The WS-301 is designed to replace existing wall switches in retrofit projects and other applications, and it can be installed into areas such as offices, conference rooms, and break rooms. Courtesy: LegrandThe Wattstopper Passive Infrared (PIR) wall switch occupancy sensor is designed to replace existing wall switches in retrofit projects and other applications. The WS-301 sensors can be installed into areas such as offices, conference rooms, and break rooms. The occupancy sensors have the ability to turn lighting or fan loads on and off based on occupancy and ambient light level. In addition to Manual-ON operation, other features and benefits include: Neutral Sense technology that offers an Optional Neutral connection; shallow back housing and flying leads for easy installation; color options with matched lenses for low profile design; and vandal/tamper-resistant lens to provide precise coverage and durability.

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