Occupancy light sensor

The PlugTail P&S PlugTail Sensor was designed by Legrand/Pass & Seymour to help contractors meet ASHRAE energy-efficiency standards and government incentive requirements, sensing occupancy and responding with light.

04/11/2012


PlugTail P&SThe PlugTail P&S PlugTail Sensor was designed by Legrand/Pass & Seymour to help contractors meet ASHRAE energy-efficiency standards and government incentive requirements, sensing occupancy and responding with light. At rough-in, the pre-stripped connector leads are installed instead of pigtails without the need for a wire caddy. A polybag keeps the connector free of dirt, dust, and joint compound until trim-out, and this device is installed on existing PlugTail switch boxes in less than a minute by clicking the connector and tightening the mounting screws. These 60 Hz occupancy light sensors are designed with load maximums of 800 W at 120 V and 1200 W at 277 V.



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