Model # PTS 720 WH

Internet #205527702

Lithonia Lighting 12 Hour Line-Voltage Programmable Interval Occupancy Sensor Timer Switch - White

Lithonia Lighting

12 Hour Line-Voltage Programmable Interval Occupancy Sensor Timer Switch - White

$4247 /each
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Product Overview

The PTS Electronic Auto Shut-off Timer Switch is an elegantly styled programmable timer switch. The sensor switch is ideal for use with fluorescent, incandescent or LED lighting in meeting rooms, stock rooms and library aisles. The wall station has an on/off push button as well as six preset countdown timer selections.

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  • Cardboard is a natural insulator for lighting and will not melt or crack
  • Matte lamination on paper to reduce glare, refine hand and seal color
  • Sleeve length is adjustable by easily trimming with kitchen utensils accommodating socket lengths
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Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ETL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
5 Years

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is this a 24 hour timer and how does a sensor work in conjunction with it?

Asked by: silly
The PTS 720 is a 30 minute to 12 hour timer that begins a time out when the lights are toggled on. It does not work in conjunction with a sensor, however a sensor such as the CMR 9 could be wired in series with it to act as a master "Off" control.
Answered by: LithoniaLightingSupport
Date published: 2016-09-01

is PTS 720WH a twenty hour timer? How is this a motion sensor....or is it?

Asked by: silly
This is a motion sensor.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-06-27
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