|Item Weight||5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||0.3 x 2.9 x 4.7 inches|
|Item model number||MS-OP600M-WH|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year limited warranty on materials and manufacture|
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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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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.
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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.
I like these because:
1. They are quality solid-state dimmers
2. They can be programmed for sensitivity
3. They have masks for the sensor that allow you to block a portion of the field of view to avoid "false positives"
4. You can program the fade rates
5. They have a "warning" - by dimming to half the settng you're giving a 30 second "warning" that the light will turn off soon.
6. They have manual off/on switches
7. If you have other Lutron Maestro dimmers they match in appearance
Lutron dimmers cost more than others, but I view these as a "one time purchase" so the extra $10 or so is a worthwhile investment in a quality product.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works fine. It's just a real headache to program the settings. It's great entering a room and the light automatically comes on. Read morePublished 16 months ago by B-Happy Shopper
This dimmer looks great and works nicely, but it is impossible to program the way you want. Instructions are very unclear, it does not accept low-wattage LED lights, so had to... Read morePublished on June 27, 2014 by JP
KEEP IN MIND THIS ONE IS NOT FOR LED DIMMING, THEY HAVE A DIFF MODEL FOR THAT. CAUSES LED'S TO FLICKER, BUT THE CORRECT ONE WORKS GREAT WITH LED DIMMING.Published on March 14, 2014 by B. Ogden
I love these "hands free" light switches that are programmable. Fast delivery and a quality product. I use them in the bathrooms and utility room.Published on January 14, 2014 by Carol
The Maestro series is great-looking and performs well BUT it doesn't work well for LED lighting. Even though the box stated the Maestro is rated for CFL & LED, it didn't work for... Read morePublished on November 17, 2013 by Wayne M. Anderson
First off, I tried to adjust the sensitivity using the instructions that came with it. When that didn't work, I called tech support, and they figured out that the item I received... Read morePublished on September 1, 2013 by J. LeMaster
Very easy to use and to learn. Like the fact that you can wire them up either single switch 3way or 4way with the same switch. Read morePublished on May 28, 2013 by Bulldogg
Installed and programmed it and it works as good as listed. Need to put in more rooms. Will now install on store room and both bathrooms.Published on April 30, 2013 by Jerry Hattendorf