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Lutron MS-OP600M-WH Maestro 600 Watt Multi-Location Dimmer with Occupancy Sensor, White

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  • Sleek, unobtrusive occupancy sensor adds functionality without sacrificing style
  • Exclusive Lutron XCT technology enhances performance for detecting fine motions to ensure the lights stay on when the room is occupied
  • Can be easily programmed to work as a vacancy (manual-on) sensor
  • Lights turn on to the level at which they were last used
  • Great for bedrooms, laundry rooms, kids' rooms, and basements
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Product Information

Color Name: White
Technical Details
Part Number MS-OP600M-WH
Item Weight5 pounds
Product Dimensions0.3 x 2.9 x 4.7 inches
OriginUSA
Item model numberMS-OP600M-WH
ColorWhite
Voltage120.00
Wattage600.00
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description1 year limited warranty on materials and manufacture
  
Additional Information
ASINB003U8YD3Y
Best Sellers Rank #45,320 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 AvailableJuly 14, 2010
  
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Product Description

Color: White

Product Description

Lutron MS-OP600M Maestro Occupancy/Vacancy Dimmer 120V 600W Lutron Uses Exclusive XCT Technology for Sensing Fine Motions to Ensure the Lights Remain on when the Room is Occupied Occupancy/Vacancy Version can easily be Programmed to Work as a Vacancy (Manual-On) Sensor Vacancy Sensor also Available Meets California Title 24 Requirements 30' x 30' Coverage Area 180" Sensor Field of View 1, 3, 5, 15 or 30 Minute Timeout Options Dimmer Saves Energy and Allows you to Control the Light Level to Create the Right Mood or Ambiance for any Activity Controls up to 600W Incandescent/Halogen Lighting Same Great Maestro Dimming Features Wall Plate Not included Incandescent, Halogen Finish: White Type: Gloss Multi Location Single Touch, Tap LED Light Included Wired 1 Gang

From the Manufacturer

Let Lutron turn the lights off for you—and avoid wasting energy. Lutron's Maestro Dimmer with Occupancy Sensor offers an excellent combination of energy savings and convenience without sacrificing aesthetics. The occupancy sensor detects when a room has been vacated and automatically turns the lights off—so you'll never inadvertently leave the lights on. An adjustable timeout function allows you to set the time before the lights turn off, while the optional auto-on setting can turn your lights on for you when you enter a room—perfect for when your hands are full. With a sleek design, the switch with occupancy sensor is a great energy-saving addition to any room in your house, including kids' rooms, bedrooms, laundry rooms, garages, and basements. This dimmer can also be easily programmed to work as a vacancy (manual-on) sensor. Save up to 50 percent energy when you replace your standard switch with a Maestro dimmer with occupancy sensor.

Important Information

Wattage
600.00

Bulb Voltage
120.00

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Super easy to install and program.
work in progress
I have a dark interior hallway between the garage, laundry room, kitchen and one bedroom, with a total of three light switches.
Joe Huber
Dims slowly when shutting out the lights (nice touch).
Chris Blydenstein

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Goldengate TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 28, 2010
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
I replaced a generic motion sensor switch with this because (a) the generic switch did not adjust easily for duration of time on and (b) I wanted a dimming function. I like this switch a lot - the motion sensor is incredibly sensitive - I activate it from the other room sometimes. There is an adjustment to turn the sensitivity down but I haven't used it yet. Also I like the fact that 30 seconds before the lights fade to black, they fade 50% (again you can disable this option) to warn you they are going off. Very fancy.

Only thing I don't like is that the lights go on in daytime when the room is already bright... I'd love it if the motion sensor only functioned at night, like other motion sensors I have seen.

Hope this helps!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By m on May 27, 2011
Color Name: Ivory Verified Purchase
This thing does exactly what I wanted it to do. When we walk into the room, it automatically turns the lights on to a dim level (that we set). A few minutes after we vacate the room, it turns the lights back off. Its person detection is pretty impressive. It's never failed to turn the lights on for us, and it's never turned them off while we were in the room. When we want to turn the lights to full brightness, we just walk over to the switch and give it a quick double-click. It'll still turn them off after we leave. And they'll still come on to the dimmed level when we come back. Just the way we wanted.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Craig Latzke on December 11, 2010
Color Name: White
This unit is great we use it in our laundry room (also entrance from garage) and I plan to buy a couple more for other locations (some set to occupancy mode, some to vacancy).

It is very sensitive and sees me even when my movements are subtle. I like the dimming, the 30-second warning, and that there is no delay between when I think it should see me and it turning the lights on. The settings can be modified without taking the faceplate off and the timeout does not vary in length for unknown reasons. None of these are true for the other sensor switch I had (Leviton PR180) that failed prompting this purchase.

These are the settings you can adjust (again, without removing the faceplate):
- Timeout [1/3/5/15/30 minutes]
- 30-second half-brightness warning [on/off]
- Sensitivity [high/low]
- Mode: Occupancy (auto on/off or Vacancy (manual on, auto off)

If there are cons, these are them: Even with sensitivity on "low" it is very sensitive. It spots us walking into our bedroom through a 10" wide space it can see through from across the laundry room (not a big deal). The "1-minute" timeout setting is actually 2 minutes. I timed it several times and it is EXACTLY 120 seconds before it dims the lights for EXACTLY 30 seconds before turning them off. 1 vs 2 minutes doesn't matter to me...but I figure this should be noted. Ability to set it to turn on the lights only when the room is dark would allow for it to be used in "occupancy" mode many other places (living room, kitchen, etc)...but those places would be served well by the current product in "vacancy" mode and selection of a longer timeout - so also not a big deal.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By gmau on April 3, 2013
Color Name: White
Hi FYI lutron make an LED or CFL version of this switch which also adds light level meter (model number MSCL-OP153MH). It allows the light to only come on when dark enough in the room and intelligently learns what light level from your interaction with the switch. Hope this helps someone!

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By AnAlphaMan on May 17, 2011
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
I purchased this switch to save me the headache of installing an additional switch on the opposite end of the of the currently installed switch in the room (saving me the electrican expense of doing so). This switch is GREAT with a lot of cool features (e.g., programmable fade out; preset brightness level; auto on occupancy; auto off vacancy), it fills the gap intended perfectly. Now when we come home at night, entering the dark room from the side opposite the light switch (80 year old house, only wiring for one switch in the room) the light automatically comes on, saving us the task of navigating through a dark room to turn on lights.

The "almost" is because the switch works the same regardless of time of day. What would make this the "perfect" switch is a photocell which would allow the auto on feature to not function based on daylight in the room. I had purchased another switch from a different manufacturer that has a photocell however it requires a forth wire in the electrical box that my house doesn't have, and to run one would require an electrician (for which I might as well just install a regular switch on the opposite side of the room).

There is a programmable way to disable the auto on, but that would defeat the whole purpose of installing this switch so we tape a cover over the motion detector during the day: "Almost" perfect.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JJGuy on April 21, 2013
Color Name: White
I had a unique (or not so unique) problem and the Lutron Occupancy Sensor Dimmer solved it perfectly.

My teenager is constantly falling asleep with his bedroom light on.

Thought of putting a timer in but that wouldn't work as it didn't give the options that this solution did.

Was not sure how this would work in practice, so i installed it, set it up and viola! Worked like a charm! Now when I visit my sons room in the middle of the night, he is sleeping and the light is off.
So heres how it worked for us:

I programmed the lights to turn off after 5 minutes of inactivity (not sensing motion in the room) you can adjust this to 1, 3, 5, 15 7 30 minutes.
I also programmed the "Auto-On" to "Disabled' setting (what they call "vacancy" mode). Although they say "Vacancy mode" on the box they don't mention it in the programming instructions -- disabling the "auto-On" is essentially "vacancy mode'. you have four combination of settings you can program: Timeout (1, 3, 5, 15 30 minutes). Sensitivity (to reduce and false triggers). Auto-On mode (can actually learn over time your preferrred setting...and can adjust if daylight is present or not. And occupied light level (you can have a level of light when room is occupied or a preset). I did not have to adjust sensitivity, etc and everything worked great.

The dimmer function is very cool too as after 5 minutes of inactivity, the dimmer fades the lights out smoothly in about 2 seconds. This also occurs when you press the switch. The really nice thing about the dimming function is the small green leds along the side of the switch indicate the dimming level. So, my son likes to keep his room at a medium dimming level.
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