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Manual ON Occupancy Sensor Remote, IPV0R (for use with IPS15 or IPV15 sensor- sold separately) - Leviton

Manual ON Occupancy Sensor Remote, IPV0R (for use with IPS15 or IPV15 sensor- sold separately)

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  • $29.99


Leviton's new line of occupancy and vacancy sensors combines state-of-the-art technology with new aesthetics to provide optimal management of lighting and motor loads and a choice of either manual-on (vacancy sensor) or automatic-on (occupancy sensor) switching. These energy-saving sensors are engineered to ensure that lights/motors will turn on manually or automatically and turn off automatically when motion is no longer detected within the covered range. All models are designed to fit in a standard wall box, have screw terminals for easy installation and most do not require a neutral wire for connection. They feature a time delay setting which allows users the option to delay the lights/motor load from switching off for 30 seconds to 5, 15, or 30 minutes. Featured in the new line is the IPVD6/IPSD6, a dimming sensor providing users the ability to easily adjust lighting levels of compatible dimmable LED, dimmable CFL and Incandescent lamps for energy-efficiency and ambiance. A built-in advanced starting technology ensures instant start-up for hard-to-start CFLs. In addition to the dimming sensor, the new line offers a selection of occupancy and vacancy sensors with specifications to meet any requirement. The single pole IPV05/IPS05 and single pole or 3-way IPS15/IPV15 models are ideal for controlling motor loads such as exhaust fans as well as higher wattage lighting loads. They are relay-based, easily replace a standard switch, and discrete in appearance. Features and Benefits: For use with the IPS15 and IPV15 only Manual-ON/Automatic OFF operation in accordance with California Title 24 2005 requirements Low-Profile design eliminates an obtrusive "scanning device" look. Includes 3 changeable color faces; white, ivory, and light almond Five-year limited warranty

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