Wattstopper PW-103N-W

WATT PW-103N-W PIR Multi-way Wall S
Occupancy and Motion Sensors
7066224 PW-103N-W
$76.01 / ea

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  • COLOR: White
  • Connection Type: Flying Lead
  • Control Output: Automatic On/Off, Manual On/Off
  • Coverage: 525
  • Dimensions: 2.73 in H x 1.76 in W x 1.83 in D
  • Lamp Type: LED
  • Material: Plastic
  • Mounting Type: Surface
  • Response Frequency: 50/60
  • Sensor Type: Passive Infrared
  • Series: PW Series
  • Temperature Rating: 35
  • Time Delay: 5 to 30
  • Type: Commercial Multi-Way Nightlight
  • Viewing Angle: 180
  • Voltage Rating: 120/230/277
  • Power Rating: 0 to 1200 W, 1/6 hp
Legrand-Wattstopper The PW-103N passive infrared (PIR) multi-way wall switch sensor turns lights OFF and ON based on occupancy. It provides high sensitivity to small and large movements, appealing aesthetics, a field selectable nightlight and a variety of features. (white)
  • Features
  • Detection signature analysis eliminates false triggers and provides immunity to RFI and EMI
  • Zero crossing for long relay life
  • Vandal-resistant lens combines precise coverage with durability
  • Choice of manual on or auto-ON operation
  • Selectable walk through mode turns lights off 3 min after the room is initially occupied if no motion is detected after the first 30 s
  • Test mode allows quick and easy adjustments
  • Selectable audible and/or visual alerts for impending shutoff
  • In automatic mode, sensor returns automatically to auto-ON after lights are turned OFF manually, ideal for presentations
  • LED indicates occupancy detection
  • Optional light level sensing with simple setup
  • Service mode allows sensor to operate as a service switch in the unlikely event of a failure
  • Sensor coverage tested to NEMA guide publication WD 7-2000
  • Compatible with decorator wallplates
  • Field selectable high or low intensity amber, white or blue nightlight
  • 0 to 800 W tungsten or ballast, 1/6 hp at 120 VAC motor and 0 to 1200 W at 277 VAC ballast
  • 525 sq-ft (IR range on axis) coverage
  • Wall switch sensor turns lights off and on based on occupancy
  • It provides high sensitivity to small and large movements