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Lutron Maestro 5 Amp Single-Pole/3-Way Vacancy Sensing Switch - Greenbriar


Maestro 5 Amp Single-Pole/3-Way Vacancy Sensing Switch - Greenbriar

  • Vacancy Sensor - turn lights on manually, auto off when exit
  • Detects fine motion 2-3x's better than other sensors
  • For lights or exhaust fans controlled from one or more locations
$4384 /each

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Product Overview

Coordinating Claro Wall Plate and accessories sold seperately. Let Lutron’s Maestro Vacancy Sensor switch automatically turn the lights or fan off for you. It’s a simple, easy, and low cost way to save energy and add automation to your home. Simply turn lights/fan on when you enter a room, and the Maestro Vacancy Sensor will automatically turn lights/fan off when room is vacant. With manual-on feature, the vacancy sensor is perfect for use in a bedroom or TV room so lights/fan only turn on when you want them to. Install it in the kids’ rooms and never worry about lights being left on by mistake. Keeping the sleek design of the Maestro family, Lutron sensors will match the decor of any room in your home. Maestro Sensors works with any bulb type, including CFLs and LEDs.

  • Coordinating Claro Wall Plate and accessories sold separately
  • Automatically turns lights off when room is unoccupied
  • Uses Advanced XCT sensing technology, offering the most reliable on/off performance up to 30 ft.
  • Works with all bulb types
  • Meets California Title 24 and other sensor code requirements
  • Simple, easy, low cost way to bring light automation to your home
  • Great for bedrooms, kid rooms and rooms with pets
  • Simple, easy and low cost way to bring light automation to your home
  • Sleek design of Maestro controls
  • Up to 600 Watt incandescent, halogen, electronic low voltage; 200 Watt magnetic low 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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Customer Questions & Answers

can I also turn the lights off with my hand? No switch? Only sensor?

Asked by: Sam
This can be used without a switch.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-04-26

The video indicates power comes on when motion is detected but the description doesn't confirm as much.

Asked by: TLC
This product is a vacancy only sensor and will not turn on when it senses motion. It will however turn off when it no longer senses motion in the room. The model number that would turn on with motion and off without motion would be the MS-OPS5M-BL.
Answered by: Lutron
Date published: 2017-02-15
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Customer Reviews

Maestro 5 Amp Single-Pole/3-Way Vacancy Sensing Switch - Greenbriar is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well for me It's a vacancy sensor, so it turns the lights off when no motion is detected for the selected time delay. It does not turn them on when someone walks into the room. I put it in my 28 x28 ft. garage a few weeks ago, replacing a single switch that controlled 6 100W incandescent lights. The included instructions were fine and the installation was straightforward, at least for this simple use case. The switch has no problems detecting motion across the room, and handles the 600W load with no apparent problems. If you are still enough, long enough for the switch to turn the lights off on you, you can wave an arm or something right away and it will turn the lights back on. That's a nice feature as it lets you use a shorter delay than might work otherwise. I haven't had it long enough to rate durability, so gave it 4/5 on Quality. The Value score was harder to determine. The switch, plus a wall plate to match, will have to save me from about 540 hours of lights left on to pay for itself, but it's hard to estimate how often, and for how long each time, somebody will forget to turn these lights off.
Date published: 2016-04-29
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