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Lutron LOS-CUS-500-WH - 180 Deg. Ultrasonic Ceiling Mount Occupancy Sensor

Low Voltage Wiring - 500 sq. ft. Coverage - White - 24VDC

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$111.11 ea.
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Field of View 180 Deg.
Brand Lutron
MPN (Part No.) LOS-CUS-500-WH
Voltage 24
Amperage 33 mA
Motion Detection Ultrasonic
Color White
Coverage 500 sq. ft.
Height 1.4 in.
Diameter 4.5 in.
Load Type FL/Incandescent
CA Title 24 Compliant
Family LOS-CUS Series
UPC 27557181976
Connection 6 in. Color-Coded Lead
Motion Sensor Type Occupancy
Warranty 1 Year
Safety Rating UL Indoor/Dry Location
CSA Listed No
Case Quantity 1
Mounting Ceiling Mount
Time Delay 8 to 30 min.


The Lutron LOS-CUS-500 ceiling-mount ultrasonic occupancy sensor can integrate into Lutron systems or function as stand-alone controls using a Lutron power pack. Any movement within the sensor's range causes a shift in the original emitted frequency. The sensor's receiver identifies any change in frequency as motion and either turns the lights on or maintains lights on.


  • Intelligent, continually adapting ultrasonic sensor
  • Snap-locks to ceiling-mounted cover plate
  • Excellent minor motion sensitivity
  • Non-Volatile Memory: settings saved in protected memory are not lost during power outages
  • 500 to 2000 sq. ft. (46 to 186 m2) coverage when mounted on an 8 - 12 ft. (2.4 to 3.7 m) ceiling
  • Affords choice of turning lights off or dimming to a preset level in the unoccupied state when integrated with a Lutron system

Self-Adaptive Feature

Designed to meet the challenges found in a wide variety of spaces, the LOS-CUS Series provides reliable detection with high minor motion detection. The intelligent, continually adapting sensor technology eliminates manual sensitivity and timer adjustments during installation and over the life of the product. The internal microprocessor analyzes the information from the ultrasonic technology and determines the optimum setting to use in order to properly cover the space. Should the room be reconfigured (e.g., new furniture), the software will adapt to continue to provide correct time out for the lights.