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Maestro 2 Amp Single-Pole Occupancy Sensing Switch - White

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Let Lutron's Maestro Occupancy Sensor Switch turn the lights on and off for you. It's a simple, easy, and low-cost way to save energy and add light automation to 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. Keeping the sleek design of the Maestro family, Lutron sensors will match the decor of any room in your home. Install it in the laundry room for added convenience when your hands are full, or in the kids' rooms and never worry about lights being left on by mistake. Maestro sensors work with any bulb type, including CFLs and LEDs. This switch can also be easily programmed to function as a vacancy (manual-on) sensor. Note: coordinating Claro wall plates and accessories sold separately.

  • Automatically turn lights on and off based on room occupancy
  • Coordinating Claro wall plates and accessories sold separately
  • Uses advanced XCT sensing technology, offering the most reliable on/off performance up to 30 ft.
  • Works with all bulb types
  • Senses daylight, so lights don’t turn on inadvertently (optional)
  • Can be switched to vacancy mode (manual-on, auto off)
  • Great for small rooms like laundry rooms, closets, and bathrooms
  • Simple, easy, and low-cost way to bring light automation to your home
  • Sleek design of Maestro controls
  • Programmable time-out of lights -- 1, 5, 15, or 30 minutes
  • Up to 250 W incandescent, halogen, electronic low voltage 200-Watt magnetic low voltage 150 W CFL/LED 2 Amp ballasts
  • Single-pole only
  • No neutral wire required



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how do you change the time the light is on?

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August 3, 2016
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You will need to press and hold the button to set the time the light is on.
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TO change the timeout function you need to press and hold the large on/off button until the sensor blinks the correct number of times. 2 blinks is a minute, 3 blinks is 5 minutes, 4 blinks is 15 minutes and 5 blinks is 30 minutes.
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DOES NOT WORK PROPERLY

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July 24, 2016
IT WILL NOT STAY PROGRAMMED. WORKS FOR A WILE THEN THE LIGHT STAYS ON
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July 26, 2016
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the usual cause for such a behavior is the switch not being grounded. It needs an actual ground. you can put a wire from the frame of the switch to another known ground somewhere nearby (like an outlet) to confirm.
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In order to properly diagnose and resolve this issue, Lutron would recommend that you reach out to their 24/7 tech support hotline at 1-844-588-7661 where an agent would be happy to assist you.
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Will the light off in the morning when there is sunshine? Why is it said optional? thank you

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Senses daylight, so lights don’t turn on inadvertently (optional)
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July 19, 2016
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This switch is an occupancy switch and works on occupancy only. You can set the amount of time the light stays on when it senses movement. Every time it senses movement that time will reset.
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July 16, 2016
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No, this is a motion detector switch.
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July 16, 2016
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This is a programable switch.
You can setup the switch not to turn on when there is ambient light. All programs are optional
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Do you think this will turn on if a cat walks into the room?

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I need something to turn on the light in the room where the litter box is when a cat walks in. (I know cats can see in the dark, but I want them to have light to use the box.)
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Rosenberg, Texas.
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May 27, 2016
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This sensor will not turn on the light when your cat walks under the switch, since the sensor has only a 180 degree horizontal sweep.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/ee/ee828d66-2f32-4ea1-88ad-9462f68fd8f4.pdf
If you are so cat friendly, you have to make a custom sensor switch using this Maestro sensor.
i have made it for myself, but not for cat; to use in my bedroom. As soon as I put my
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This sensor will not turn on the light when your cat walks under the switch, since the sensor has only a 180 degree horizontal sweep.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/ee/ee828d66-2f32-4ea1-88ad-9462f68fd8f4.pdf
If you are so cat friendly, you have to make a custom sensor switch using this Maestro sensor.
i have made it for myself, but not for cat; to use in my bedroom. As soon as I put my foot on the floor, the light will turn on.
If you have a table lamp or pedestal lamp with 3 prong plug, cut the wire at 1 foot from plug, install this sensor in a single gang box and leave it on the floor for your cat to turn the light on. Remember, the sensor works when motion interrupted in its 180 degree horizontal sweep.
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The vertical sensor range is not very wide angle. A car will trip the sensor but would have to be "seen" by the sensor. You could probably get the results desired by using some aluminum foil to reflect the sensor view down toward the floor or alternatively install the switch very low like 2' off the ground.
Also depends where the box is relative to switch. I can do a test with client cat on Sunday or Read More
The vertical sensor range is not very wide angle. A car will trip the sensor but would have to be "seen" by the sensor. You could probably get the results desired by using some aluminum foil to reflect the sensor view down toward the floor or alternatively install the switch very low like 2' off the ground.
Also depends where the box is relative to switch. I can do a test with client cat on Sunday or Monday and follow up Read Less
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