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Pass & Seymour

Model RW500UWCCV4

Internet #202039724

Store SKU #316770

Single Pole Wall-Mounted Occupancy Motion Sensor

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The Pass & Seymour/Legrand 2-Wire Wall Sensor works with incandescent lighting loads and replaces a standard light or fan single-pole switch. This motion detector features automatic-on operation with a fixed 5-minute time delay, along with a 600 sq. ft. range and a 180˚ field of view.

  • Detects motion to turns lights on automatically and off after 5 minutes of idleness
  • Hands-free convenience means no more spreading of germs by frequent light switch touches in kitchens or bathrooms
  • Lighted switch for visibility in darkened rooms
  • 180˚ viewing field with a maximum coverage area of 600 ft.
  • Works with incandescent lighting loads
  • Low-profile styling with uniform color-matched lens and device
  • UL listed
  • 5-year warranty
  • Works with most common residential lighting types
  • No neutral required
  • Load: 25-500W Incandescent
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Does this switch require a ground or neutral wire.

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Syracuse, NY
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October 21, 2014
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Thank you for your question regarding Pass & Seymour Single Pole Wall-Mounted Occupancy Motion Sensor(Model # RW500UWCCV4).
This sensor does not require a neutral connection to function, but it does require a ground.
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September 10, 2014
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As with almost every switch/dimmer out there, this one also does not require a neutral, as stated in the product overview section on the webpage.
It should have an available location to install a ground, but if a terminal isn't present, then one would not be needed...unless your local codes require it.
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Are this sensor work with fluorescent light ?

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February 8, 2013
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No it will not work with fluorescent lights. I tried to use CFL and light would not turn off, switch to old fashion incandescent bulb, and it worked fine.
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February 7, 2013
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Thank you for your question. This sensor(Model # RW500UWCCV4), works with incandescent lighting loads only. I would recommend Model # RWU600UWCCV4 or WSP250W(no neutral wire required).
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What cause the light to flicker after installing pass and Seymour wall mount occupancy motion sensor

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Thank you for your question regarding Pass & Seymour Single Pole Wall-Mounted Occupancy Motion Sensor(Model # RW500UWCCV4).
The RW500UWCCV4 occupancy is designed for incandescent bulbs only so flickering may occur if connected to any other type of light load(CFL/LED...etc).
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Will this switch work with eight 8-foot 75 watt double bulb flourecent light fixtures?

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Thank you for your question. No, this switch will work only for incandescent lighting loads, single pole circuit, 25-500 Watts. (Model # RW500ULACCV4)
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Lights Flicker with this product We bought this product for our garage to use with the overhead fluorescent lights since the light switch is all the way across the garage. While it did not take a long time to install and the motion sensor works wonderful, it does cause the fluorescent lights to flicker severely. I do not know how it works with incandescent lighting or any other type of lighting so it may still be worth purchasing. There is no mention of not working with fluorescent lighting and the website states "Works with most common residential lighting types." Well it did not work for us. Sorry to leave such a poor review, but this is our experience. The product will be going back. February 24, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Is what it is Product says for incandescent light, tried to use CFL and it flickered. Tried different CFL brand, and it wouldn't turn off. Finally followed instructions and used regular incandescent bulb and it works fine. Disappointed the timer can not be adjusted, it is on for 5 min (not adjustable) after no detection. The switch is in a bad position but claims to have 180 degree field. It a little slow in detecting when I enter (switch is 180 from entrance), but acceptable. I wish I knew these items before, I would have tried a different brand considering the cost. October 4, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by works well Read the product description, it specifically says for incandescent loads..... May 23, 2012
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