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    OccuSwitch Classic Power Packs

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        OccuSwitch wall switch and low voltage occupancy sensors automatically turn lights off when a work space is unoccupied, saving energy and creating a more sustainable work environment. The ceiling mounted sensor communicates with a network of wall switches and dimmers. Using a combination of ultrasonic and passive infrared (PIR) technology, the sensor recognizes room occupancy or vacancy for maximum performance and energy savings.

        Benefits

        Saves energy and lamp life by adjusting light level based on occupancy
        Ceiling and wall mounted sensors communicate with a network of wall switches and dimmers
        Operates in a wide variety of low and high voltage applications
        Stylish, low profile design blends into any professional setting

        Features

        Fast installation—mounts inside or outside junction box, or inside fluorescent ballast cavity with a simple twist-on nut
        Self-contained transformer and relay
        Single or multiple luminaire control
        Available with an HVAC relay option

        Applications

        Office
        Banks
        Hospitality
        Fashion
        Education
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        • Specifications Power pack, 120-230-277VAC, CEC Title 24 compliant manual on and automatic off operation PDF 565.2 kB
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