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180-degree field of view; provides approximately 2,100 square feet of coverage (shown in white). View larger.
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The ODS10-ID helps eliminate the problem of load type selection by providing automatic control of incandescent lamps, fluorescent, and low-voltage lighting with electronic or magnetic ballasts. It provides an adjustable 180-degree field of view with optional adjustments for sensitivity, ambient light override, and delayed off time. The unit also features a manual override switch that can be used to keep lights off while an area is occupied, which may be desired in conference rooms and other areas during slide or film presentations.
For increased energy savings, the ODS10-ID offers a light sensor which provides an ambient light override option that can be set between 2 and 500+ foot-candles at full brightness to prevent the sensor from switching lights on when there's sufficient sunlight, regardless of occupancy.
About PIR Technology
The ODS10-ID uses passive infrared (PIR) detection technology via a segmented Fresnel lens to monitor a room for occupancy. This specialized lens divides the field of view into sensor zones. When a person passes into or out of a sensor zone, the sensor detects motion and switches the lights on. The lights will remain on as long as there is an occupant in the room. When the space being monitored by the sensor is unoccupied for the preset time you've chosen, the unit will switch the lights on.
Long Life and Automatic or Manual Operation
To ensure longer service life and compatibility with electronic ballasts, the ODS10-ID carefully times its switching-contact opening and closing with the zero crossing point of the AC power curve (Zero Crossing Technology). Additionally, a latching relay provides prevents product failure when used with high inrush loads.
For manual control, the ODS10-ID features a convenient push-button switch. If the lights are off, pressing the button will turn lights on and keep them on for as long as the room is occupied. This mode is ideal for areas where manual on switching is required but automatic off switching is desired for energy savings (CEC Title 24 Compliant). Lights can also be turned off manually at any time by pressing the push button.
For three-way and four-way control, the ODS10-ID features multi-location capability, where multiple sensors can work with one load. Multiple sensors are wired together with the load to turn the lights on. Both sensors must time out or both manual buttons must be pressed for the lights to turn off.
Compliancy and Warranty Information
UL-listed and CSA certified, the Leviton ODS10-ID Decora wall switch occupancy sensor complies with California Title 24 Energy Code and FCC regulations, and is backed by a five year limited warranty.
What's in the Box
Leviton ODS10-ID Decora wall switch occupancy sensor and manual. Wall plate not included.
ODS10-IDT Light Almond
many years of use and no issue what so ever. just does what it is suppose to do.
Our house has these switches in most of the rooms. It helps to walk in and have the lights come on automatically and turn off after so many second of inactivity in the area. Read morePublished 1 month ago by WineyGlass
It is pretty, but still in the box. If it does not work, it is the perfect size for a paper weight.Published 1 month ago by Ted Reab
Installed this and worked well for 3 weeks. Now it no longer activates my overhead garage light. Pushing the button to manually turn on the light doesn't work, either. Read morePublished 1 month ago by DWW
I purchased this one because it can be wired up in a 3-way configuration. I've got two linked together...one at the top and bottom of my stairs. Install was easy. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Edwin A Williams IV
worked perfectly. Had a little problem with settings but after finding out right adjustments went very easy.Published 2 months ago by David P. Depietri
I had four of these installed in our new house. I wanted two of them to turn on only at night when there is virtually no ambient light in the area. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Hack Lennock