Your Safety and Savings Solution: Leviton's Decora Occupancy and Vacancy Sensors

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Why Let Light Go to Waste?

Every room in your home can be streamlined for more efficient function, whether you’re adjusting the arrangement of furniture or installing better appliances. Lighting is no exception, as unnecessary electricity can be wasted on empty rooms. With the Decora Occupancy and Vacancy Senors from Leviton, making efficient use of your lighting is easy with pre-set timings and ambient light settings. These state-of-the-art sensors accommodate rooms up to 900 square feet, so that even your garage or basement can be serviced by a single sensor. Don’t waste time and money lighting an empty home.

Save Time, Save Energy, Save Money

The improved design of the Decora Occupancy and Vacancy Sensors provide a 180° field of view, leaving no stone unturned in the challenge to recognize occupancy in large spaces. These dual-function sensors can be set to Auto ON for occupancy sensing or Manual ON for vacancy sensing, allowing you to choose the option that’s right for your room.

The design of Leviton’s Occupancy and Vacancy Sensors has been streamlined to appear more aesthetically-pleasing than ever. Available with three colors in one box and with the option for additional color changes, these sensors blend into your wall, providing a quiet, consistent service to your home.

Leviton Decora Occupany Vacancy Sensors

Features and Benefits

  • 180° field of view with 900 square foot coverage
  • Adjustable delayed OFF time can be set to one of four
    convenient timings
  • Screw terminals for easier installation
  • Adjustable ambient light settings prevent Auto ON
    in unnecessary situations
  • Vacancy Models are California Title 24/20 Compliant

Occupancy vs. Vacancy

Sensor Function Applications
Occupancy Sensor Automatically turns the lights ON when motion is detected and automatically turns the lights OFF when the room is vacant and motion is no longer detected. Laundry rooms, kitchens, garages, basements, pantries and storage areas
Vacancy Sensor Lights must be manually turned ON but will automatically turn OFF when the room is vacant and motion is no longer detected. Required in the state of California. High traffic areas such as hallways, children’s rooms, living rooms, dining rooms and bathrooms where people , as well as pets, pass through often.
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Resources

[PDF] Decora Universal Occupancy/Vacancy Sensors Spec Sheet

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