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Occupancy Sensor, Low Voltage, PIR, Wall Mount, Long Range, Up to 100', Off-white


Long Range, PIR, Occupancy Sensor lighting control, Wall Mounted, 24VDC, 15mA power consumption, 10' mounting height, 100' length x 30' width (major motion only), Red LED=PIR, auto adapting, walk-through, time delay 30s-30m, test mode (6s time delay for 15m with auto exit), connect gray wire for photocell ambient light hold-off, 360 degree harmonic wheel (rotatable), mounting height 8'-10', Patented Canopy Knuckle for versatile wall and ceiling mounting options, cUL/NOM/ANCE listed, Color: off-white.

Specifically designed for long, relatively narrow spaces such as hallways and corridors, the OSWLR-I occupancy sensor provides long range and high sensitivity. The OSWLR-I occupancy sensor is a “long range” lens. This lens provides coverage up to 100 ft. When mounted 10 ft. Above the floor. Can be mounted lower if needed. The mounting base, provided with the sensor, allows quick and easy mounting in corners, on walls or on ceilings. The most common applications are factory storage areas, warehouse aisles and corridors. The OSWLR-I Sensor combines PIR technology with a microprocessor based digital architecture. By eliminating false triggering, the sensor provides a trouble-free “install and forget” solution for lighting control.

Color: White

UPC Code: 078477188354
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Product Information

  • Environmental Specifications

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

    Relative Humidity : 0% to 95% non-condensing

  • Warranty

    Warranty : 5-Year Limited

  • Type

    Product Type : Occupancy Sensor

  • Product Features

    Application : Cafeterias, Hallways, Loading docks, Open offices, Parking garages, Storage rooms, Warehouses, Workspaces, Vending rooms

    Color : White

    Feature : Aisle Long Range

    Grade : Commercial

    Mounting : Wall Mount

    Mounting Height (Ft.) : 8-10 FT

    Product Line : OSWLR

    Sensor Technology : Passive Infrared (PIR)

    Sensor Type : Occupancy

    Time Delay : 30s-30m

  • Standards and Certifications

    Listings : cUL/US Certified, can be used to comply with ASHRAE 90.1 and Title 24, Part 6 occupancy sensing requirements

    USMCA Compliant : Yes

  • Performance Specifications

    Coverage (Sq.Ft.) : 100FT x 14FT @ 10FT Height

  • Electrical Specifications

    Line Voltage : No

    Output Voltage : 24 VDC active high logic control signal with short circuit protection

    Power Consumption : 15mA AC, 30mA DC

    Voltage : 24 VDC

    Voltage Type : Low Voltage

  • Mechanical Specifications

    Mounting Type : Wall Mount

    Size : Height 6.43" (163.32mm), Depth 4.67" (118.61mm), Sensor Width 2.80" (71.12mm), Base Width 4.23" (107.44mm)

  • Combines PIR Technology with a microprocessor based digital architecture. By eliminating false triggering, the sensor provides a trouble-free "install and forget" solution for lighting control
  • Self-adjusting settings continuously analyze and adjust infrared sensitivity, timer operation, and long term performance
  • Adjustable swivel neck rotates 80 degrees vertically and 60 degrees horizontally. Can be used for ceiling or wall mounting
  • Ambient light override prevents lights from turning on when there is ample natural light
  • Self-Adjusting delayed-off time interval settings for 30 seconds to 30 minutes. Compensates for real-time occupancy patterns- preventing unnecessary on/off switching
  • Non-volitile memory preserves all automatic and manual settings during power outages.
  • Fast, simple installation using 3 color-coded low-voltage wires and a single mounting post
  • Excellent 5-Year Limited warranty
  • Typical Applications: Long narrow spaces such as Warehouse Aisles, Hallways and Corridors where a low mounting height is desireable

  • USD548125

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