Lutron® LOS-WDT-WH LOS-W Occupancy Sensor, 20 to 24 VDC, Ultrasonic/Passive Infrared Sensor, 1600 sq-ft Coverage, 110 deg

Proximity Switch
547671 MFG #: LOS-WDT-WH
Lutron®
230.00000 / ea
The LOS W series wall mount occupancy sensors are used in spaces with pendant fixtures, ceiling fans, or high ceilings. The passive infrared (PIR) version is well suited for major motion. The dual-technology versions detects minor motion via ultrasonic (US) technology to ensure optimal power savings and occupancy detection.
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  • Applications
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Intercom/PA Systems, Sound/Audio Systems, Fire Alarm Systems and Commercial
Features self-adaptive technology that eliminates the need for manual range adjustment
After proper mounting, the sensors automatically adjust sensitivity and timing to prevent false-off and false-on conditions
Can control other building systems such as HVAC or security systems
Range of 1600 sq-ft if mounted at 8 to 12 ft from floor
8 second test mode to easily confirm proper operation
Model with additional output (dry contact closure), non-volatile memory (saved changes are stored during loss of power)
Integrate with Lutron® systems (no power pack needed) or function as stand alone controls using a Lutron® power pack
20-24 VDC, class 2 (PELV) low-voltage wiring, dual-technology (PIR and US)
Self-adaptive sensors automatically adjust sensitivity and timing
Dual technology sensor
4 to 30 min (manual), 8 sec (test) time delay
Can be mounted to a wall or ceiling for use in spaces with pendant fixtures, ceiling fans, or high ceilings (higher than 12 ft (3.7 m). The technology eliminates manual sensitivity and timer adjustments during installation and over the life of the product. Designed to meet the challenges found in a wide variety of spaces, the sensor works well in spaces with overhead fans and space heaters. Ideal for use in work areas, storage facilities, storerooms, indoor garages, and rooms with pendant fixtures. Intelligent, continually adapting sensor. Ultrasonic (US) combined with Passive Infrared (PIR) sensing provides high sensitivity, high noise immunity, and excellent false tripping immunity. The self-adapting internal microprocessor analyzes the composite sum of both signals to eliminate time-consuming adjustments and callbacks found in non-intelligent sensors. Suited