Leviton has announced a new line of Decora Motion Sensors designed to provide users optimal management of lighting and motor loads with enhanced detection functionality for accurate switching. The new occupancy and vacancy sensors offer flexible single-pole or 3-way installation options, wiring with or without a neutral conductor, and a slim profile with the shallowest depth on the market today, according to Leviton, for easy installation in new construction and retrofit applications.
The sensors use passive infrared (PIR) detection to monitor a room for occupancy through a segmented lens. Automatic-ON and Manual-ON models are available, providing whole home-solution options for bathrooms, hallways, basements, laundry/utility rooms, garages, pantries, and walk-in closets.
The new Leviton Decora Motion Sensors can replace any standard switch and control LED, CFL, incandescent, halogen, magnetic low-voltage, and electronic low-voltage lighting loads, as well as motor loads. The adjustable delayed OFF time feature can be set for one minute, five minutes, 10 minutes or 20 minutes.
Additionally, a customizable setting for ambient light level helps conserve energy by ensuring the lights will not turn on if there is ample natural light in the room. In line with this, users may also adjust the coverage area of Decora Motion Sensors for more precise, targeted lighting control. Decora Motion Sensors provide a 180-degree field-of-view, 900 square-foot coverage and comply with both the National Electrical Code (NEC) and 2019 California Title 24, Part 6 Vacancy Control Device Requirements.
Leviton Decora Motion Sensors are backed by a five-year limited warranty and coordinate with other Leviton residential devices. This includes compatibility with Decora and Decora Plus screwless wallplates. Color change kits are available in White, Ivory, Light Almond, Gray, Black and Brown.
For more information, visit www.leviton.com/sensors.