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White - Passive Infrared (PIR) Occupancy and Vacancy Sensor

800 Watt Max. - 120/277 Volt - Neutral Required - Enerlites DWOS-1277-NL-W


  • Adjustable sensitivity can lower the distance at which sensor detects motion
  • Built-in night light turns on only when lights controlled by sensor are off
  • Senses motion up to 40 ft. of sensor and covers 1200 sq. ft.
  • Control up to 800-Watt fluorescent or incandescent loads
  • Set a time delay fromĀ 15 seconds to 30 minutes
  • 180-degree field-of-view

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SKU: ENER-DWOS1277NLW

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Brand Enerlites
MPN (Part No.) DWOS-1277-NL-W
CSA Listed No
UPC 883951416744
Family N/A
Case Quantity 10
Color White
Connection Ground
Load Type Fluorescent/Incandescent
Maximum Wattage 800 Watt
Operation Single Pole
Warranty 2 Years
Coverage 1200 sq. ft.
Switch Type Tap Switch
CA Title 24 Compliant
Time Delay 15 sec. to 30 min.
Depth 0.5 in.
Height 4.8 in.
Width 3.1 in.
Motion Detection PIR (Passive Infrared)
Motion Sensor Type Occupancy/Vacancy
Field of View 180 Deg.
Voltage 120/277
Safety Rating UL Indoor/Dry Location

Description

The Enerlites DWOS-1277-NL-W uses PIR technology to detect movement. Occupancy mode allows you to make commercial areas hands free, turning the lights on and off automatically. When in vacancy mode, the lights still turn off automatically, but need to be turned on manually, which is good for break rooms with large windows or with bright ambient light.

  • Adjustable sensitivity can lower the distance at which sensor detects motion
  • Built-in night light turns on only when lights controlled by sensor are off
  • Senses motion up to 40 ft. of sensor and covers 1200 sq. ft.
  • Control up to 800-Watt fluorescent or incandescent loads
  • Set a time delay from 15 seconds to 30 minutes
  • 180-degree field-of-view

Neutral wire required. Large objects and transparent barriers such as glass will obstruct the sensors' view, causing lights to turn off even if someone is in the detection area.

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