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Decora 120/277-Volt Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor, White (2-Pack)

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  • Turns a light on when motion is detected
  • Push-button provides manual ON/OFF light switch at any time
  • LED indicator flashes when sensor detects motion
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About This Product

The Leviton ODS10-ID Decora wall switch occupancy sensor is the ideal energy-saving choice to provide automatic (auto on/off and manual on/auto off) lighting control in a variety of commercial and residential applications, including offices, conference rooms, multimedia rooms, child-care centers, and more. The ODS10 is the perfect solution for controlling a wide variety of load types. It features a low-profile digital design and vandal-resistant PIR lens. It does not require a neutral connection, and it installs in place of a single-pole wall switch to fit in a standard wall box.


  • Convenient push-button provides manual on/off light switching at any time
  • 180° field of view provides approximately 2,100 sq. ft. of coverage
  • Segmented Fresnel lens provides optimum sensitivity and performance
  • Horizontal field of view may be adjusted between 180° and 32° of arc
  • Ambient light override can be set to prevent activation if sufficient ambient light is available
  • Turns a light on when motion is detected
  • LED indicator flashes when sensor detects motion
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Product Information

Internet # 206587013

Model # P00-ODS10-1HW



Amperage (A)

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Color Family






Compatible Bulb Type


Coverage Area (sq. ft.)


Device Style Type

Sensor w/o Wall Plate


Not Applicable

Electrical Features

No Additional Features

Field of View

180 Degrees

Function Type

Single Pole


No Additional Items Included





Maximum Amperage (A)

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Maximum Distance (ft.)

30 ft

Motion Sense Type


Mounting Type


Number of Poles


Number of Switches


Package Quantity



General Purpose



Sensing Technology

Passive Infared

Switch Depth (in.)

1.85 in

Switch Height (in.)

4.06 in

Switch Style

Push Button

Switch Width (in.)

1.75 in

Time Delay

30 Min.


120 volt

Voltage (V)

277 V

Wall Plate Configuration


Wattage (W)

800 W

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings

UL Listed

Manufacturer Warranty

5- Year Limited

Questions & Answers

Q:I'm replacing a 3 way setup. Will these work if I purchase 2 of these switches?
by|Jun 15, 2023
1 Answer
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A:  Yes, you can wire 2 ODS10 sensors in a 3 way wiring to have sensing at both locations.

by|Jun 27, 2023
    Q:Will this switch work with a 20amp 277v 3 way set up?
    by|May 3, 2023
    1 Answer
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    A:  Unfortunately no, it will work however with another ODS10 for 3 way wiring, providing motion sensing ability in both locations of the 3 way.

    by|May 20, 2023
      Q:If the switch is set for ten minutes does the time start from the last motion detected or will it go out in 10 minutes and then need to be alerted again by motion?
      by|Jan 14, 2023
      1 Answer
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      A:  Countdown starts when no motion is detected.

      by|Mar 10, 2023
        Q:Just seeking clarification, this works on BOTH 120 volts and 277 volts?
        by|Jan 3, 2023
        1 Answer
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        A:  Yes

        by|Jan 6, 2023
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          Customer Reviews

          4.5 out of 5

          • 4.5 out of 22 reviews
          • 95% recommend this product
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          Works very well, relatively straightforward to install with good instructions
          We got this PIR switch to improve the lighting in a hallway in our home. The hallway has no natural light and the position of the light switch makes it inconvenient to switch the light on while passing through. The motion sensing switch means that the light automatically comes on as we enter the hallway which is much more convenient. The switch has a variety of adjustable controls including the length of time for which the light will stay on (30 secs to 30 mins), the range of the motion sensor (up to 30-40' depending on the angle), the angle that the sensor can detect motion (60-180 degrees) and the amount of darkness required before the light will activate if it is used in the daytime to save energy if there's enough ambient light. There is also a manual switch that can be used to switch the light on and off and the light switches on and off with an audible 'click'. Installation was reasonably straightforward and the included instructions are very clear and concise. In our case, we lacked a ground in the switch box as our home wiring is quite old and the ground is vital if the switch is to work. To test whether you have a ground in your switch box, beside looking for the copper ground wire attached to the box, get an electrical meter that measures AC voltage and attach the red probe to the hot (black) wire in the box/switch. The touch the black probe to the switch box - if you get 115-120 volts on the meter then a ground is present, if not, then a ground in the box is required before this switch will work. In our case, we only had a hot and neutral (black and white) wire coming into the box from the light socket, so we had to pull a new wire which included the extra ground wire before we could hook the switch up. Once we'd done this, the red LED sensor light lit up when we switched on the breaker and we were able to tune up the switch to our needs. Tuning up the light switch includes setting the angle at which the switch will detect motion (180 to 60 degrees) as well as the range that the sensor will detect motion (30-40' maximum). Finally you can set the amount of time that the switch will illuminate the light before switching it off - 30 seconds, 10 mins, 20 mins and 30 mins. In our case since we're passing through the hallway, it is set at 30 seconds for the best energy savings. You can also set the amount of ambient light before the switch will work so that it doesn't operate if there's enough ambient light. A small electricians flat bladed screwdriver is all that is needed to make these adjustments.
          • Recommended
          3 found this review helpful
          Outstanding Motion Sensing Switch
          This is a great motion sensing switch. I installed this in our laundry room and the wife loves it, the moment she enters the room the light goes on and 30 seconds after she leaves the light turns off, the off time can be adjusted to as much as 30 minutes It is hard to believe how quickly it reacts, it turns the light on and keeps it on the entire time she is in the room. In my experience Leviton makes very well built products and this switch does not disappoint. The switch is packaged in a box (not some plastic packaging) and includes instructions on how to wire and program it. Screws were also provided but I almost missed them, they were in a small plastic envelope that was kind of stuck to the bottom of the box, wire nuts were not included. Following the instructions the wiring was straight forward but as with all these larger switches getting it to fit in the box took a bit of finesse. The settings are changed by using a small screwdriver and rotating them, very easy. If your current switch is not a Decora type don't forget to pick up a new switch plate. Pros: Excellent Switch Turns on instantly Looks nice Happy wife Cons: None
          • Recommended
          A good sensor, but not good wiring
          As occupancy sensors / PIRs go, this one works well - in function. I like the 30-second timeout setting on it (although in the directions it refers to the 30-second setting as the "test / walk-though" setting...but that does not make a difference in terms of use). I have it in a large, open utility room / workshop and it senses me across the 15 foot room with even minor movements. But, with the 30-second timeout setting, it does not stay on long after I leave. I really like it for that purpose. My problem w/ the sensor is the pre-attached wires. I had to cut half of the wires off and then re-strip them in order to get all of the wiring and extra wire nuts to fit into the back box. Even after that, I had to screw it down and mash the wiring in order to make it all fit. The pre-attached wires just take up too much space. I have other PIR occ sensors that side wire - just like any standard switch or receptacle - and consequently: 1. are easier to wire 2. are quicker to install 3. take up less space in the backbox 4. allow you to wire other hot wires or multiple light circuits to the switch Lastly, this sensor did not include 5/32 mounting screws. I had to take them off of the old switch. I know that may be petty, but what wiring device does not include the 5/32 screws? It was just add'l work required to install this already cumbersome sensors. I would recommend looking for a different switch.
          Works great in bathroom
          This wall switch is a Passive Infrared (PIR) Occupancy Sensor used for automating lighting control for energy savings and convenience in commercial applications such as: Small offices Conference rooms Lounges Classrooms Bathrooms This unit features a manual OFF swich when automatic function is not desired. I use in bathroom and my garage. Works great!
          • Recommended
          love it
          Simple install!! Connect 3 wires and you are in business. I installed this in my garage since we seem to ALWAYS forget to turn those lights off. I have CFL lights in the garage and this works fine with those. Tested it out and it is instant light as soon as motion is detected.
          • Recommended
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          Not or everyone
          Bought 2 of these , and later found out they would work in my house.none of my switiches in my house has the wiring this switich needs,which is bascily 2 lines comming into the switich box, all mine only have one line with a single white neutal, black hot,
          Response from levitonProductExpertOct 10, 2019
          Leviton regrets your unsatisfactory experience with our ODS10 Occupancy Sensor. We take pride in providing a quality product, and would appreciate an opportunity to address your concerns. For warranty, please reach out to our Technical Service Team at 800-824-3005. For assistance selecting an appropriate product for your application, please reach out to our Customer Service team at 800-323-8920.

          David Keller, Leviton, Vice President, e-Business
            • Recommended
            Great utility for my office!
            This little item was perfect for my office. I often walk in with lots of stuff in my hands and so it becomes cumbersome to have to turn on the lights. With this unit the problem was solved. The installation was easy, except that they could color code the wires for easier identification. The time the lights stay on can be adjusted to personal preference, as well as the sensitivity, simply by dialing it in. This unit has helped with another problem I faced with my office, cause sometimes I would walk out and forget the lights were on. Problem solved, now the lights turn off by themselves after my dialed in time of 10 minutes has been reached. Love this unit!
            • Recommended
            Painless install. Sensor works great. Perfect for a shed!
            I installed this sensor in my shed, replacing a manual switch. Installation was quite easy and took less than 10 minutes. This is a deep device, requiring a deep box, so you may need to replace the box in your wall if you’re retro-fitting this. Behind a small panel are adjustments for sensitivity and, on-time once triggered (30 seconds, 10 min, 20 min, 30 min). There are adjustable blinders to allow you to narrow down the field scope (degrees) if movement on the outskirts is causing it to trigger when you don’t want it to. Also, it apparently uses two fields with different motion triggers (minor and major). I don’t need that functionality, so I didn’t test it, but basically they’re saying that motion in major field (in front of the sensor) requires more movement to trigger, while that in the surrounding minor field requires less. The idea is that if you’re moving around on the outskirts the sensor needs to be more sensitive to see that minor movement. I love having the sensor in the shed and have used it a number of times now. The moment I open and of the doors the light goes on. Not only is this convenient but I feel that it would call attention to anyone trying to steal from the shed. I’d think they’re immediately run. Note that this is their professional version. They also have a residential version. The professional sensor can be installed in a 3-way configuration, while the residential cannot. Their wording on supported lighting for each was confusing to me, so I’m not sure if there is a difference there. I gave four stars on value because I do feel that it’s a bit expensive. Just my opinion of course. If you search for “adjustments leviton ods10” you will easily find more detailed specs.
            • Recommended
            Works great nice looking
            This switch works great. I installed in our bathroom so in the morning you are not searching for light switch you just walk in the room and light comes on. It is very sensitive to movement and you can adjust the range on it and also can adjust the time to stay on with no movement by taking the front cover off. It was very easy to do. I do think the wires need to be color coded as I have seen with other switches so you know which wire connects to the wires in the wall and which one is the ground wire.
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