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Maestro 5-Amp Single Pole/3-Way Occupancy Sensing Switch - Black

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Coordinating Claro Wall plate and Accessories sold separately. Let Lutron’s Maestro Occupancy Sensor switch turn the lights or fan on and off for you. It’s a simple, easy, and low cost way to save energy and add automation to your home. Install a Maestro Sensor and lights/fan turn on when you enter the room, and then turn off automatically after you leave. This sensor features XCT Sensing Technology which detects minor motion, such as typing at a desk or reading, ensuring sensor does 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 a sensor in your bedroom so lights aren’t left on mistakenly or in the bathroom for your exhaust fan. This Maestro Sensor works with any bulb type, including CFLs and LEDs, or fans up to 3 amps. This switch can also be easily programmed to function as a vacancy (manual-on) sensor.

  • Coordinating claro wall plates and accessories sold separately
  • Automatically turn lights on and off based on room occupancy
  • 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 600 Watt incandescent, halogen, electronic low Watt voltage; 200 Watt magnetic low Watt voltage; 150 Watt CFL/ LED, 2-Amp magnetic and electronic ballasts, 3-Amp fan
  • Single-pole/3-way only
  • No neutral wire required



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Can both the newly installed sensing switch and the other stander switch works together?

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July 16, 2016
I just newly installed these device in my washing room to replace one of the two stander single pole three way switch, this only works when the other stander switch is in on position, is this normal or I mess up some thing?
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July 19, 2016
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This product can work with a standard mechanical switch but the mechanical switch needs to be rewired in order to function properly. For help with the wiring, I would encourage you to reach out to Lutron's 24/7 tech support at 1-844-588-7661 where a representative would be happy to assist you.
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How to use two of these devices to act as an "automatic" 3-way switch?

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June 20, 2016
I have a pair of long staircases connected by a landing in my home. Can I use two of these devices so that when I am at the top of the first staircase and begin to descend, the lights would automatically go on, and remain on (for at least several minutes) or until I pass the second device at the bottom of the second staircase at which point, the lights would go off? Of course, I'd also like it to work similarly when I would ascend the stairs. Would I need to also install two standard 3-way switches?
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June 28, 2016
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I wanted to do something similar. I wanted to put one at each end of a long narrow room that has a door at each end so that the lights would come on if you came in either door. I was informed that you cannot put two of these occupancy sensors on the same circuit, and the "other" switch would have to be a special switch. There is an option made by Watt Stopper where you have a low voltage circuit that can Read More
I wanted to do something similar. I wanted to put one at each end of a long narrow room that has a door at each end so that the lights would come on if you came in either door. I was informed that you cannot put two of these occupancy sensors on the same circuit, and the "other" switch would have to be a special switch. There is an option made by Watt Stopper where you have a low voltage circuit that can have more than one occupancy sensor turn on a light. We use them at each end of long warehouse aisles. Maybe there is something else out there that I don't know about. My only other suggestion if you want to use the Maestro products would be to have two light circuits, two sets of lights, with a sensor at the top for one set and a sensor at the bottom for the other set. Read Less
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June 22, 2016
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Three way set ups can get complicated with these switches so your best bet is to contact the manufacturer directly. They have a very helpful team of people who can help you make the most suitable decision for your particular set up. Help is available here, http://www.lutron.com/en-US/Company-Info/Pages/HelpCenter/HelpCenter.aspx.
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You cannot use two of these in a three way circuit.
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I am installing this in the stairway and the hallway currently it have three switches. One is the main on and off the other two works only when the ma

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I am installing this in the stairway and the hallway currently it have three switches. One is the main on and off the other two works only when the main is on.
So one is at the bottom of the staircase, the other is at the top of the staircase, and the last main switch is at the end of the hallway.
How many do I need to install to make this work?
And will this Maestro 5-Amp Single-Pole/3-Way Occupancy Sensing Switch work?
So let say someone is coming up the stair the light turns on and goes off in 15 or 30 seconds or one minute.
Also vice versa someone is coming from the end of the Hallway the light turns on and goes off in 15 or 30 seconds or one minute.
Lastly someone is going down the stair the light turns on and goes off in 15 or 30 seconds or one minute.
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Unfortunately, this product would not work in this application because you can only have one occupancy sensor in a circuit. The product that would work properly for your application would be the MRF2-1S8A-1OC but you would need to buy multiple wireless sensors, one for each entrance way and replace the switches in the wall with the one that comes in this pack, and the rest with it's companion product Read More
Unfortunately, this product would not work in this application because you can only have one occupancy sensor in a circuit. The product that would work properly for your application would be the MRF2-1S8A-1OC but you would need to buy multiple wireless sensors, one for each entrance way and replace the switches in the wall with the one that comes in this pack, and the rest with it's companion product which would be the MA-AS-WH. Read Less
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We have in the basement 12 LED 4' TUBE lights using 19W each. Can I still use this? That is around 228W the description said 600W but also 150 for LED lights?
If not then do you recommend other brands?
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This product will actually work with up to 5 amps or 600 watts of any type of lighting which includes LED lighting.
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