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Leviton ODS10-ID Decora 120/277-Volt Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor, White

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  • Convenient push-button provides manual on/off light switching at any time
  • 180-degree field of view provides approximately 2,100 square feet of coverage
  • Segmented Fresnel lens provides optimum sensitivity and performance
  • Horizontal field of view may be adjusted between 180 degrees and 32 degrees of arc
  • Ambient light override can be set to prevent activation if sufficient ambient light is available
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Product Information

Color Name: White
Technical Details
Part Number ODS10-IDW
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions5.4 x 2.9 x 1.8 inches
OriginUSA
Item model numberODS10-IDW
ColorWhite
FinishWhite
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Warranty Description5 Year Limited
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB0007N72P6
Best Sellers Rank #22,443 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableFebruary 13, 2005
  
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Product Description

Color: White

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The Leviton ODS10-ID Decora wall switch occupancy sensor is the ideal energy-saving choice to provide automatic (auto on/off and manual on/auto off) lighting control in a variety of commercial and residential applications, including offices, conference rooms, multimedia rooms, child-care centers, and more. The ODS10 is the perfect solution for controlling a wide variety of load types. It features a low-profile digital design and vandal-resistant PIR lens. It does not require a neutral connection, and it installs in place of a single-pole wall switch to fit in a standard wall box.

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ODS10-ID Decora Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor
At a Glance:
  • Automatic lighting control; 180-degree field of view; 2,100 square feet of coverage

  • Use with incandescent lamps, fluorescent, and low-voltage lighting with electronic or magnetic ballasts

  • Configurable for optimum sensitivity and performance

  • Low-profile design eliminates obtrusive scanning device look

  • Five-year limited warranty
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ODS10-ID Decora Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor
180-degree field of view; provides approximately 2,100 square feet of coverage (shown in white). View larger.
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ODS10-ID Field of View
Automatic Lighting Control for Energy Savings
It's well-known that turning off the lights when leaving the room is one of the simplest ways to cut down on energy usage. Yet it's not always convenient or easy to remember, especially in places where a variety of people are coming and going throughout the day.

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.


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Customer Reviews

Pros: Works with CFL's and other florescent lights.
Blake Mason
Perfect applications: laundry rooms, garages, hallways, and bathrooms!
willo
Installing was pretty upfront and easy and it worked pretty well.
J. Walesheck

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

96 of 101 people found the following review helpful By mgoblue on November 2, 2011
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
If you are buying this for the ambient light feature: I'd be wary.

The ambient light sensor will not override the switch until the room is brightly lit -- in fact much more brightly lit than the light provided by the typical 17 watt CFL the switch is operating! The ambient light sensor in my five outdoor motion sensing lamps which turn on only when it is nearly dark work much better. Plus, those lamps cost about as much as this single switch and include actually functional electronics and a whole metal lamp housing.

Want more technical? More technical: The ambient light sensors in the units that I received need far more than the 2 foot candles indicated in the specs to override the motion switch. The spec both here and on the Leviton website indicates 2 foot candles or 2 lux of light as the lowest setting for override. First, there is a mistake here since 2 foot candles = 20 lux. The difference between 2 lux and 20 lux is the difference between enough light to barely see and enough light to read easily, so the spec matters. Second, whichever spec is supposed to be correct, these units often seem to need more like 40-50 lux or more to override the switch. When I tried to set the dial controlling the ambient light switch any lower (well before the off setting), the light would not come on in the dark.

I've tried three of these Leviton units from Amazon.

Unit 1: Ambient light sensor required a direct light source or sunlight on the unit for the ambient light sensor to override the switch at its lowest setting.
Unit 2: Slightly more sensitive light sensor, but the 30 second time setting did not work. The minimum on time was 10 minutes, which made diagnosis especially tricky.
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71 of 76 people found the following review helpful By M. Anderson TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 20, 2007
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
I installed one of these in my laundry room (which is located just inside the garage door in my house). Now, whenever we come home, we don't have the fumble for the light switch. I've also installed one in the room that my wife uses for her office for the same reasons.

This switch comes with three adjustments to customize it to your needs.

First, it has an ambient light adjustment so that you can tell it not to turn on if there is already sufficient light in the room. If you turn this setting all the way up, the switch will become a manual on, auto off switch that will only turn on when you push the button, but will turn off after it senses no motion for a set period of time.

Second, it has a sensitivity adjustment, which adjusts how far the sensor will look for motion.

Third, it has a duration adjustment to tell it how long it should wait with no motion before turning the light off.

It also has a red LED, which blinks whenever it detects motion, so you can tell how whether your movements are being detected or not.
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By SkinDiver on April 22, 2010
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
Initially purchased a cheaper Leviton ($25) occupancy switch from a local hardware store to control a 4-tube flourescent fixture in our garage. Initially the switch worked great but it eventually failed to turn on 2 of the four tubes using the motion sensor. (all four tubes lit with the manual-on overide). After researching online, I came across this switch which works with both Magnetic and Electronically ballasted flourescent fixtures so I decided to spend the money.

Installation wasn't too challenging but did require the use of an a/c probe to determine which of the two black wires was the line "hot" and which was the load (light). Set up was also a breeze with the adjustment dials being easy to understand and dial-in.

This switch just went in and it's working perfectly with no flickering or problems so far. All four tubes of the overhead fixture fire up with any motion and the manual on/off is a great feature to have as you can simply turn the lights off or on and not worry as the motion sensor resets after the selected time out period with no motion.

The unit is also much more sensitive than the previous model, picking up the initial motion of the garage door opening so the lights are on by the time the garage door is fully open.

I would love to purchase more of these swiches for closets and other areas where lights are frequently left on.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J. Walesheck on March 10, 2012
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
I bought this switch to install in my garage after looking at several different switches. Installing was pretty upfront and easy and it worked pretty well.

What I didn't know is that there was only three settings for time, 30 seconds (Which is technically for walk-through testing), 10 minutes, 20 minutes, and 30 minutes. I've used a few other occupancy switches before that have allowed for more shorter intervals than 10 minutes, but this doesn't seem to allow for that.

Another problem for me is that from its placement on the wall it couldn't actually see the entire room, allowing for the light to eventually turn off if you were in the other half of the room, which started to get a bit annoying.

In the end I ended up getting the OSSMT-MDW, which has an ultrasonic addition that allows it to pick up movement that is not in its direct line of sight. It also has an adaptive mode that starts at 2.5 minutes and adds additional time when needed which fits my needs for this application better than 30 seconds or 10 minutes.

Overall this is a great product and will use in another section of my house, but didn't work that well for the original reason I bought it.
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