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Vacancy Sensor, Line Voltage, PIR, Ceiling Mount, 1500SF, 120-277V, Provolt™

O3C15-IDW

DISCONTINUED

Discontinued Product. Vacancy Sensor, Provolt™ lighting control, Line Voltage, 8'-12' Ceiling Mount, Passive Infrared, 1500 sq ft, Daylighting, Auto-Calibration, 120-277V AC/CA 50/60HZ. UL/CE, RoHS & CEC Title 20/24 Compliant. Color: White.

The Leviton Provolt™ Series combine line voltage vacancy sensors into a self-contained unit. The integrated design alleviates the need for separate power pack and vacancy sensor wiring making it a low-cost, efficient energy solution for new construction and retrofits.

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Color: White

UPC Code: 078477642641
Country of Origin : China

Product Information

  • Warranty

    Warranty : 5-Year Limited

  • Mechanical Specifications

    Mounting Type : Ceiling Mount

    Size : Width 4.80" (121.92mm), Depth 2.39" (60.71mm)

  • Type

    Product Type : Vacancy Sensor and Photocell

  • Product Features

    Application : Code Compliance,Manual ON/Auto OFF

    Color : White

    Feature : Passive Infrared (PIR) Line Voltage

    Grade : Commercial

    Mounting : Ceiling Mount

    Product Line : Provolt

    Sensor Technology : Passive Infrared (PIR)

    Sensor Type : Vacancy, Photocell

    Time Delay : 30s-30m

    Title 24 Compliant : Yes

    Vacancy Sensor : Yes

  • Standards and Certifications

    Listings : Can be used to comply with Title 24, Part 6 vacancy sensing requirements, UL 773A (Occupancy Standard), UL 924 (Emergency Equipment), cUL listed, CE compliant, NOM certified, RoHS compliant, NY LLC48 compliant

  • Electrical Specifications

    Current Consumption : 60-30mA

    Frequency : 50/60Hz

    Load Rating : 120V, 50/60Hz: 8A, Electronic Ballast, 800W/VA, Tungsten, Ballast, 1/4 HP Motor - 230V, 50Hz: 6A/6AX, Electronic Ballast, Magnetic Ballast, 1/3 HP Motor - 277V, 50/60Hz: 5A, Electronic Ballast, 1200VA, 1/3 HP Motor

    Neutral Wire Connection : Required

    Voltage : 120/230/277 VAC

  • Environmental Specifications

    Operating Temperature : 32° to 104°F (0° to 40°C)

    Relative Humidity : 0% to 90% non-condensing

    Storage Temperature Range : -15° to 160°F (-26° to 71°C)

  • Performance Specifications

    Coverage (Sq.Ft.) : 1500

    Pattern : 360°

  • Auto-Adapting: Time delay and sensitivity are continually adjusted to occupancy pattern of use
  • Configurable for Manual ON/Auto OFF
  • Vacancy Sensing Time Outs:
  • Delayed OFF Timer: The sensor will turn lights OFF if no motion is detected after a specified time
  • Exclusive Walk-through Feature: Provides increased energy savings by not leaving the lights ON for an extended period after only momentary occupancy
  • False Detection Timer: (PIR) The PIR scans for movement and shuts lights off after 31 minutes preventing false triggers from HVAC systems
  • Time delay and saved settings are protected during power outages and will return to the last known state
  • Output short circuit protection
  • Industry-exclusive self-configuring local manual switch input: Momentary or maintained switches are supported
  • Adjustable Time Delay: 30s, 5min, 10min, 20min, 30min
  • Test Mode for simplified commissioning
  • Manual Switch and Emergency Override are Class 1 or Class 2 circuits. Class 2 circuits provided for flexibility
  • Industry-exclusive “fail-safe” circuitry: In the event of product failure, Return-to-Closed feature causes the relay to default ON which eliminates life safety concerns
  • Industry-exclusive H.I.S. (High Inrush Stability) technology designed to handle today’s high inrush electronic ballast loads and offer unmatched durability and service
  • Robust and reliable mechanically held 10A latching relay provides dependability and robust performance for all load types and provides energy savings over electronically held relays
  • Lenses on PIR models are easily replaceable and color-coded red (mid range) for contractors and end-users to easily identify lenses from the ground

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