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LUTRON VACANCY SENSOR

Manufacturer: Lutron | Catalog # LRF2-VCR2B-P-WH | North Coast Part # 761425

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Radio Powr Savr Wireless Vacancy Sensor, Ceiling-mount, 434 MHz, White finish

Technical Information

Applications
For Lighting Control
Blade Dimensions
28.7 mm D
Enclosure
Plastic
Enclosure Material
Plastic
Material
Plastic
Mounting Type
Ceiling
Operating Temperature
0 To 40 C
Response Time
30 min
Sensing Range
324 ft2 (30.2 m2) to 676 ft2 (62.4 m2), 360 degree field of view
Standard
ANATEL,CA Energy Commission Title 24,COFETEL,CUL,FCC,IC,SUTEL
Temperature Rating
0 - 40 C
Type
Presence Detector
Voltage
3 VDC

Manufacturer Information

Family Brand Name
Lutron
Sub Brand
Radio Powr Savr

General Product Info

Color
White
Environmental Conditions
For Indoor Use Only
GTiN
00027557831987
Product UPC
02755783198

Certifications and Compliance

Country of Origin
Mexico
  • Lens illuminates during test mode to verify ideal locations
  • Multiple ceiling-mount methods available for different ceiling materials
  • Simple and intuitive adjustments available for timeout, auto-on, and activity settings
  • Uses Clear Connect technology
  • 10-year battery life design.
  • Combines both convenience and exceptional energy savings potential along with ease of installation
  • Meets California (U.S.A.) Title 24 requirements
  • PIR motion detection with exclusive Lutron XCT Technology for fine motion detection
  • This sensor detects the heat from people moving within an area to determine when the space is occupied
  • 360 degree coverage from 324 ft2 (30.2 m2) to 676 ft2 (62.4 m2), depending on mounting height
  • Multiple sensors can be added for extended coverage
  • Battery-powered passive infrared (PIR) sensor that automatically controls lights via RF communication to compatible dimming and switching devices
  • Supports advanced occupancy features such as dependent occupancy groups and customizable occupied/unoccupied presets in some systems
  • The sensor then wirelessly transmits the appropriate commands to the associated dimming and switching devices to turn the lights on or off automatically
  • Front accessible test buttons make programming easy