Lutron Maestro® Dual-Circuit Occupancy Sensor

Lutron Maestro Dual-Circuit Occupancy Sensor

A premier feature in residential lighting systems is now easily applied to commercial installations. The Maestro in-wall sensor from Lutron is a sensing switch for dual-circuit occupancy. This new sensor works with a variety of bi-level switching applications, such as individual fluorescent lamp controls within fixtures or rooms requiring lighting and fan operation, for significant savings on energy costs across commercial offices and facilities.The dual-voltage sensor controls 6 amps of lighting per circuit and is rated for fan loads of 4.4A at 120V per circuit, making it suitable for a broad range of spaces such as large meeting rooms, restrooms, classrooms and many more. The dual-circuit occupancy sensor offers auto-on/auto-off or manual-on/auto-off functions; a partial-on-only version is also available.

Contractors can order just one model for any dual-circuit application; the sensor controls all load types.

They include:

  • Incandescent/halogen
  • Magnetic low voltage
  • Electronic low voltage
  • Non-dim fluorescent
  • Non-dim LED

Like all Lutron occupancy sensors, the Maestro dual-circuit unit uses XCTTM technology which detects fine motions, such as turning pages of a book, to reduce false "offs" and the resulting contractor callbacks. The sensor also senses ambient light in a room and turns lights on only when needed. A Smart Ambient Light Detection (ALD) mode uses an adaptive algorithm that allows the sensor to learn the user’s preferred light level over time.

For more information on Lutron Maestro Occupancy Sensors, contact your Graybar representative.


  • Passive infrared sensor (PIR) with exclusive Lutron XCT technology
  • 180° sensor field-of-view
  • Tamper-resistant PIR lens
  • Up to 30 ft. x 30 ft. (9 m x 9 m) [900 sq. ft. (81 sq. m)] major motion coverage and 20 ft. x 20 ft. (6 m x 6 m) [400 sq. ft. (36 sq. m)] minor motion coverage
  • Adjustable timeout for each circuit (1, 5, 15, or 30 minutes)
  • Sensitivity adjustment
  • Meets Title 24/Title 20 requirements for multi-level lighting
  • Single-pole only


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