|Item Weight||4.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.8 x 2 x 4.2 inches|
|Item model number||MS-OPS2-WH|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Lutron Maestro Motion Sensor switch, no neutral required, 250 Watts Single-Pole, MS-OPS2-WH, White
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- Automatically turn lights on and off based on room occupancy
- Uses Advanced XCT sensing technology, offering the most reliable on/off performance with up to 900 square feet coverage
- Works with all bulb types
- Up to 250 W incandescent, halogen, electronic low voltage; 200 W magnetic low voltage; 150 W CFL/LED; or 2 amp ballasts
- Requires ground wire
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- Brand: Lutron -
- Family: Maestro -
- Part No.: MS-0PS2-WH -
- Color: White -
- Width: 2.94 in. -
- Height: 4.69 in. -
- Input Voltage: 120 -
- Load Rating: 250W -
- Load Type: Incandescent /
From the Manufacturer
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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)|
Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
A great motion activated wall switch that certainly works with energy efficient CFLs, and incandescent/filament bulbs all mixed together or not.
Motion PIR is very accurate in detection and maintains good detection at a distance. i.e. Other PIRs always turn off when standing at the sink washing or when my hands were dripping water that I would not be able to wave effectively to reactivate the light.
I haven't had any problem with the Lutron.
It has many useful features too, and I find the vacancy sensor probably more useful than the occupancy mode.
Kind of a buzz kill - but where are houses built with a ground going to a wall switch plate box. I checked both my houses, Turns out it's not required or that important. Don't get confused with electrical outlets, which will always have a ground wire.
It won't work without a ground, so plan ahead. How far are you going to go to get a ground wire to that junction switch box?
And the second issue is related to why it needs a ground.
It activates a relay to turn the lights on.
No wonder it handles a variety of mixed bulbs.
I much prefer the electronic way of handling Florescent and CFLs. I realize its less rugged and can burn out easier, but at least it's silent.
So before you buy, consider that you will with hear a relay click every time you enter a room.
If you're curious about dimming ability, since the switch looks like a dimmer rocker, the above should answer your question.,
Other than that a great switch for $15.00
My house is old. (1945). And although it was remodeled a few times, some of the light switches are only grounded to the back of the (metal) electrical boxes which is all that was required in those days.
This switch absolutely requires a direct ground in order to work.
it needs this because it uses the hot+ground connections to power the sensor.
If you don't have a good working ground, this switch will turn your light on, but will be unresponsive and impossible to turn off.
with all my complaints on this well reviewed product I'm obligated to provide you with a better option so here it is.
I called Lutron's excellent 24 hour telephone customer service and was connected to somebody in less than a minute.
Support staff informed me that the Lutron MSCL-OP153 occupancy sensor with dimmer. is an ideal alternative since it only requires 2 wires and no ground. It will fade on lights on when motion is detected and works very similarly to this switch.
It also has screw terminals on the sides instead of wire-nuts so it can fit in an even tighter electrical box!
This occupancy sensor is probably good for some applications and many people seem to like it, but if you know that your house has old wiring or small boxes, the lutron MSCL-OP153 switch is probably a more compatible option and a direct replacement for nearly any light switch since it doesn't require a neutral or ground.
I ended up returning this MS-OPS2 sensor switch because it didn't work for my application.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I just installed these a few days ago, and they work perfectly. Simple install and programming was even simpler. Quality is good, though all plastic. I would buy again.Published 19 hours ago by Amazon Customer
We wanted the hall from the garage light to come on when we opened the door and it works perfectly !Published 2 days ago by Michael W.
if you have a slightly smaller electrical box (earlier than 1980's junction box for a power switch), this sensor may stick "out" slightly. I want to say it is ~. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Nathanael Lacaria
We bought this as our little guy could not reach the light switch. We were in the throws of potty training and were sometimes slow to turn the light on. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Kapt. Kevin
Super easy to install and I'm not an electrician. Used it in the laundry room for convenience when hands are full. Highly recommend. I ask myself why I didn't do this sooner. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Eric M Dahl Jr.
Ordered 4 units unfortunately One was defective. They are taking care of me by sending a replacement, thanks! So far the other ones installed very easily and work great. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
The automatic household stuff takes a little getting used to if you are going to live with it.
But it works great.