|Item Weight||8.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.6 x 1.8 x 4.2 inches|
|Item model number||MS-OPS2H-2-WH|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Lutron Maestro Sensor switch (2-Pack), 2A, No Neutral Required, Single-Pole, MS-OPS2-WH, White
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- Uses advanced XCT sensing technology, offering the most reliable on/off performance up to 30 ft.
- Works with all bulb types; 150-Watts of LED/CFL, 250-Watts of incandescent/halogen, 200-Watts of MLV, 2 Amp Ballats
- Programmable time-out of lights: 1, 5, 15, or 30 minutes
- For use in single-pole applications
- Great for laundry rooms, closets, and bathrooms
- No neutral required; ground wire required
- Includes (2) Maestro Motion Sensor switches; coordinating wallplates sold separately
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Let Lutron Get the Lights
Lutron sensors are great when your hands are full and you can't easily reach the light switch.
It's laundry day and clothes are piled high. Sensors installed in the laundry room gives you one less thing to worry about.
Do you have forgetful children? Install a motion sensor and never worry about your kids leaving the lights on again.
|2 Amp Motion Sensor Switch||5 Amp Motion Sensor Switch||6 Amp Dual Voltage Motion Sensor Switch||150 Watt LED Dimmer Switch with Motion Sensor||6 Amp Dual Circuit Motion Sensor Switch||6 Amp Dual Tech Motion Sensor Switch|
|Key Applications||Kitchen, Laundry Room||Hallway, Garage||Breakroom, Office||Bathroom, Kid's Room||Training Room, Conference Room||Private Office, Bathroom|
|Amperage/Wattage||2 Amp Lighting||5 Amp Lighting, 3 Amp (120 V) fan||6 Amp Lighting, 3 Amp (120 V) fan||600 Watts inc/halogen, 150 Watts LED/CFL||6 A lighting 4.4 A fan (120 V) per circuit||6 A lighting 4.4 A fan (120 V) per circuit|
|Voltage||120 Volts||120 Volts||120-277 Volts||120 Volts||120-277 Volts per circuit||120-277 Volts|
|Single Pole, 3-Way, Multi-Location||Single Pole||3-Way/Multi-Location||3-Way/Multi-Location||3-Way/Multi-Location||Single Pole||3-Way/Multi-Location|
|Timeout||1, 5, 15, or 30 minutes||1, 5, 15, or 30 minutes||1, 5, 15, or 30 minutes||1, 5, 15, or 30 minutes||1, 5, 15, or 30 minutes per circuit||1, 5, 15, or 30 minutes|
|Technology||XCT PIR||XCT PIR||XCT PIR||XCT PIR||XCT PIR||XCT dual-technology (PIR and ultrasound)|
Let Lutron's Maestro Occupancy Sensing Switch turn the lights on and off for you. This 2 pack of Lutron's Maestro Occupancy Sensing Switches is a simple way to save energy and add light automation to any room of your home. Install a Maestro Sensor and lights turn on when you enter the room, and then turn off automatically after you leave. This sensor features XCT Sensing Technology which detects fine motion, such as typing at a desk or reading, ensuring lights do not turn off inadvertently. Equipped with ambient light detection, you can customize your sensor to detect daylight so lights don't turn on with enough natural light in your room. Install one sensor in the bathroom, and one in the laundry room for added convenience and energy savings. Maestro Sensors work with any bulb type, including CFL and LED, and they match the rest of Maestro's product family line to complete a coordinated look in your home. Coordinating Claro wallplates and accessories sold seperately.
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Unlike many earlier sensor switches on the market, this one works with fluorescent, incandescent and LED lights. Although it requires a ground wire, which typical standard switches may not have, it doesn't need a neutral (white) wire, unlike many sensor switches.
I placed this switch in a bathroom, where I needed one for two reasons. The light was frequently left on by mistake, and the room has fluorescent bulbs. Bulbs with CFLs inside do not favor well with short cycles, and are better off left on for a number of minutes than being switched off after a minute of being on.
One concern with a bathroom switch is the level of sensitivity. I put the switch in test mode (15 seconds) and went behind a shower curtain. The light stayed on. Likewise, it stayed on while sitting on the room's seat. I haven't had any false responses, even when turning the ceiling fan on, although it's possible for air currents to trigger the sensor.
UPDATE: I bought a second one for another room that gets light through windows during the day. The switch senses when a person is in the room and if it's dark enough, the light goes on. This is a much bigger room and I was concerned it might be a problem if the light went off with a person in it, but it seems to be working well. Another feature is that within five seconds of entering the room, you can turn it on or off, and it will learn from that. If you turn it on because it's already dark enough, it will learn to turn on earlier in the future. And if you turned it off, it would have recognized that there was enough ambient light that it should not have needed to still be on. Over time, it adjusts.
Setting the time interval is simply a matter of holding in the button until it blinks the appropriate number of times indicated in the instructions. Other (less common) settings involve a small button that's normally hidden by the switch plate. That makes setting a simple task, and the defaults (5 minutes and movement sensor mode) might be sufficient.
This uses a standard Decora switch plate, so depending on your current plate, you may or may not have to buy one. They are under a dollar at many hardware stores. I had a twin Decora plate from a previous sensor switch, but in one location I changed from a standard toggle switch and used a Leviton 2-Gang 1-Toggle 1-Decora Combination Wallplate.
Overall, this works better and is more versatile than a number of sensor switches I've used in the past. It also has a lower sensitivity setting that I haven't tested, but if this causes lights to go on too easily, that's an available option.
UPDATE: After using this switch for several months, I continue to be impressed by it, and it's the hands down winner compared to other brands I have tried. I have already bought an additional one and may buy more.
UPDATE 9/2012: This switch allows you to set the amount of time after sensing no activity before the lights turn off. My wife decided that five minutes was too long for the bathroom and had me set it to a minute. I found that if I sit perfectly still, the light will go out. A simple turn of the head or wave of a hand will switch it back on. With a five minute setting, any movement within the past five minutes will have been enough to keep things on. So if you use one in a room where you sit very still such as while working at a desk with your back to the switch and a high chair back, a short setting could leave you in the dark until you wave your arm around. Ultimately it means that it senses small movements well, but in situations where small movements might not happen for a while you will do better with a longer period before it times out. So it's not just a matter of how long you want it to stay on after you leave the room, but a matter of how much you move around in short periods of time.
UPDATE 8/2017: In December of 2016, I upgraded the fixture controlled by this switch and it now uses all LED lamps. It works perfectly.
The solution, this motion sensor switch! It requires no neutral, which is awesome, because who has a neutral in a normal light switch setup?!? Installation was easy, would have been a bit easier if they combined the two earths. My only issue really was getting the mess of wires in the box out of the way so this would fit - the people that wired my house didn't anticipate me doing this lol. Still it was easy enough, and I installed a similar device (a timer switch) next to it for an outdoor light,
I think we have the sensitivity to medium, I want to try low but I have to take the face plate off and i'm lazy. But i'm very pleased with it. Walk in the house and the light comes on immediately, walk into the hall toward the door and it comes on, walk past the hall and it comes on. We have it set to 1 minute, which is fine for a hallway like this, not spending any real time in there, just want to see whats going on and get in/out.
*revised...Need better electrician. The 2nd unit was not properly grounded. I uninstalled unit (due to issues above) and found the ground was extremely loose, causing all sorts of problems. I reinstalled the device properly and low-and-behold - all the issues went away. Find yourself a good electrician, or do it yourself, which is what I should have (and have now) done.
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