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Leviton Decora IPV15-1LZ - Vacancy Sensor
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Leviton Decora - PIR Occupancy/Vacancy Sensor

Single Pole/3-Way - Incan, Halogen, FL, CFL, LED, Fan Loads - Neutral Required - 120V - WH/IV/Lt. Almond - IPV15-1LZ


The Leviton Decora IPV15-1LZ passive infrared vacancy sensor includes white, ivory , and light almond color faceplates. This wall switch saves energy by automatically turning lights on and off when a person is in a room. The vacancy sensor can be used in a variety of residential applications such as: bathrooms, basements, bedrooms, garages, and kitchens. The unit can replace a single-pole or 3-way wall switch and fits in a standard wall-box. It can be used with incandescent, CFL, and LED lighting loads. The wallplate is not included and must be purchased separately. Neutral wiring is required for this product.


Stock Code:  LEV-IPV151LZ
Family:  Decora
UPC:  7847729389
Voltage:  120
Connection:  Neutral
Field of View:  180 Deg.
Height:  4.13 in.
Motion Detection:  PIR (Passive Infrared)
Operation:  Single Pole / 3-Way
Switch Type:  Push Button On-Off
CA Title 20:  Compliant
UL Listed:  Yes
Case Quantity:  10
Brand:  Leviton
Part No.:  IPV15-1LZ
Maximum Wattage:  1800 Watt
Color:  White/Ivory/Light Almond
Coverage:  900 sq. ft.
Width:  1.75 in.
Load Type:  Incandescent/Halogen/FL/CFL/LED/Fans
Motion Sensor Type:  Occupancy/Vacancy
Sold Separately:  Wallplate
Time Delay:  30 sec., 10, 20, 30 min.
CA Title 24:  Compliant
Warranty:  5 Years

Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by installation mistery I am sure this product works well if you know how to install it. the instruction sheet that comes with it probably was written in China like the product. After you install it, soon you realize that it works just like a regular switch as the sensor does not sensor anything. Then as you trying to find out why, the instruction which should have been at the beginning tells you to remove the plate which you have just installed and adjust some rotating gadget to the position you want. The problem is that there are no rotating gadget to be seen. I need to ask some one that has installed this switch before and get the right scoop. Please try to rewrite the instruction in simple English and in the proper sequence. May 6, 2015
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