Model # MS-OPS2H-2-WH

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Lutron Maestro Single Pole Occupancy Motion Sensing Switch - White (2-Pack)
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Lutron

Maestro Single Pole Occupancy Motion Sensing Switch - White (2-Pack)

$39.94 /each
Color/Finish: White
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Let Lutron's Maestro Occupancy Sensing Switch turn the lights on and off for you. This 2-pack of Lutron's Maestro Occupancy Sensing Switches is a simple way to save energy and add light automation to any room of your home. Install a Maestro sensor, and lights turn on when you enter the room and turn off automatically after you leave. This sensor features XCT sensing technology that 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. Install one sensor in the bathroom and one in the laundry room for added convenience and energy savings. Maestro sensors work with any bulb type, including CFL and LED, and they match the rest of Maestro's product family line (sold separately) to give you a complete and coordinated look in your home.

  • Coordinating Claro wall plates and accessories are sold separately
  • Package includes 2 Maestro occupancy-sensing switches
  • Automatically turns 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 feature)
  • 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 – at 1, 5, 15 or 30 minutes
  • Up to 250-watt incandescent, halogen, electronic low voltage; 200-watt magnetic low voltage; 150-watt CFL/LED; 2 amp ballasts
  • Single-pole only
  • No neutral wire required



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September 11, 2016
I read that these auto switches are good for closets, utility rooms, bathrooms, etc. but can use as much power as they save in high occupancy rooms like a kitchen or kids bedrooms because they use energy 24 hours a day by themselves just because they exist. How much power do these use just by themselves?
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September 11, 2016
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Power usage by this device is negligible. There are no lights in it and I would be surprised if it used even one watt while on standby. Think about it this way: if it used power it would be making heat. Mine is stone cold. I use this in my garage to control CFLs, have had it for a couple of years, and I love it. No matter which door I enter there is always light to keep me from tripping over things.
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Why can't it be used to switch outlets?

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August 4, 2016
What if I want to turn on and off LED lights that plug into outlets? Is this only because someday someone might plug something super load intensive in?
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Rosenberg, Texas.
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August 6, 2016
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This switch is rated for 2 Amps and the outlets are usually 15 or 20 amps.
If you use the switch to for the outlets, you or somebody else can overload it and kill the switch. It may cause an electrical fire hazard.
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It could be used to switch a outlet
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I think you've answered your own question.
I've seen many wall switches that operate an outlet for a table lamp, etc.
But, you can certainly do that; knowing the power ratings of the switch: Up to 250-watt incandescent, halogen, electronic low voltage; 200-watt magnetic low voltage; 150-watt CFL/LED; 2 amp ballasts.
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What do I do with the ground wire that is in the switch work box?

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You want to combine both the green ground and the bare ground wire on the MS-OPS2H-WH to the ground wire that is in your switch box.
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connect it to the green wire on switch
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2A Ballast + CFL (23W)?

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May 14, 2016
I know the switch supports a regular 2A ballast (used with 2 T8 fluorescent lamps). And it can support CFL upto 150W. My question is whether it (one switch) can be used to control both?
I got a situation where I got a florescent lamp and CFL lamp in the basement, which I would like to turn on upon motion. Thanks for your time.
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May 17, 2016
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Thanks Guys. Yes, wattage wise, it should be well less than the rating. 2x40 (for florescent) and 1x23W (CFL).
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You can turn ON your florescent lamp and CFL lamp in the basement, which you would like to turn on upon motion, as long as they are . wired to the same switch.
This motion sensor is a switch. It does not matter how many bulbs or tubes are connected to it to turn them on/off. What matters is the total power you are using. As long as it is under 2 amps (about 240 watts - but 200 watts is optimal)
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You can turn ON your florescent lamp and CFL lamp in the basement, which you would like to turn on upon motion, as long as they are . wired to the same switch.
This motion sensor is a switch. It does not matter how many bulbs or tubes are connected to it to turn them on/off. What matters is the total power you are using. As long as it is under 2 amps (about 240 watts - but 200 watts is optimal) everything should be fine.
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YES IT CAN. WATTAGE IS LOW ENOUGH
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 117 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Senses motion well, tuns on at too high a light level I bought this switch to replace another motion sensing switch that did not work with LED bulbs. This switch senses motion perfectly. The other switch would turn off prematurely while I was still in the room and not moving much. In the 2 months I have used this switch, it has never turned off on me prematurely. The only problem I have with the switch is that it turns on even when light levels are sufficient. The instructions say that the switch is a learning switch and if you turn it off within 5 seconds of activation it will learn your preferences for light level. This does not seem to work. I have not called the manufacturer on this issue. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Does an awesome job of managing lights in a room where we need automatic illumination Easy to install and use. Just install, screw in, and start using. Nothing to it. Works without a fuss. Saves me time while going to the garage or laundry room. Lighting when and where you need it, and no worries on who will turn it back off. August 18, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by only good for low powet This is rated 2 amps. Thats 240 watts or roughly 2 or 3 bulbs of 100 watts each. I use it in a closet and a bathroom with one fan and one bulb. Its good... But dont use it in a room with lots of bulbs of a big chandeliet. July 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product, does the job. This 2-pack saves money. This switch detects motion fine. The timer and occupancy/vacancy work fine. The only annoying part is that the control is behind the cover plate. So, you need to remove the cover plate each time you want to change the setting. June 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good to have It is awesome product, works well and very useful to save energy. June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great timesaver The switch was easy to install and also easy to adjust. I installed many in my home. July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by How to spoil your wife. We remodeled our bathroom and I wanted to add a bit of automation. I put the fan on a timer and the lights on one of these. They work perfectly. I have it set for a 5 minute off delay. It turns on the lights as soon as we walk in and turns off 5 minutes after we leave. It requires access to a neutral wire and a safety ground wire. Make sure those are available in the wiring box. The only down side is when we travel. If my wife gets up to go to the bathroom during the night she does not turn off the bathroom light when she is done. I know, a first world problem. ;-) May 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice switch Install was a breeze and the ability to change the settings is straight forward and simple. June 24, 2016
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