Leviton ODC0S-I1W Self-Contained Ceiling-Mount Occupancy Sensor and Switching Relay 1000,- Watt 120V

Leviton ODC0S-I1W Self-Contained Ceiling-Mount Occupancy Sensor and Switching Relay 1000,- Watt 120V

  • 360 degrees field of view with approximately 530 sq. ft. of coverage when mounted at 8 ft. Iindoor use only
  • Adjustable Delayed OFF time setting between 20 seconds and 15 minutes allows custom adjustment for maximum savings.
  • LED indicator light flashes when sensor detects motion, to verify power placement and function of sensor at installation.
  • Segmented Fresnel lens contains 79 segments for optimum sensitivity and detection performance. Operating temperature 32-122 Degrees F.
  • Leviton offers a wide selection of motion sensors that use passive infrared, ultrasonic or a combined multi-sensing technology.
Product Information:This attractive indoor occupancy sensor adds safety and convenience to your home or office with its 360 degree field of vision. You can connect this sensor to scare an intruder that has entered the premises and adds convenience by turning lights on in rooms such as bathrooms when light is only needed when a person is present. With this sensor's easy installation you can connect it to an incandescent or fluorescent light. You have a great amount of adjustability allowing you c

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  1. Richard C. Drew "Anaal Nathra/Uthe vas Bethod... says:
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    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Compact, quality build, easy install – mostly, September 16, 2010
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    At first I wanted to install this in my laundry room – it’s in the basement and we always seem to leave the lights on. BUT it’s a long, narrow room – and also has the main AC ductwork. Unfortunately the ducts, combined with the lights being too close to the sensor precluded this. The instructions require 3′ from any fluorescent ballast, 4′ from incandescent fixtures, and 4′ from HVAC diffusers – so the laundry room was out. The rest of the basement has some pretty low ceilings (7 ft,) so it was off to the garage. It’s installed close to the spot where the stairs meet the garage – one set down, one going up. There was also a convenient open box where I could install the sensor.

    It resembles a smoke-detector, and is about the same size. The cover twists off to reveal the sensors and two dials (adjusted with a standard screwdriver – time and light.)

    Now when I enter the garage, on go the lights – no more worrying about turning them off. Since my workshop is off the garage, I’m passing through the garage several times per day – and I often forget to turn off the lights (or I’m just too lazy.) Since it’s a 2 1/2 car garage, there are several fixtures.

    I considered putting the sensor in the workshop, but it’s a really dusty environment (woodworking) – it may have worked, but did not want to try it.

    So why 4 stars? Well, the instructions are minimal – I could not find any additional instructions online. Little mention of suitable environments (dust, for example) – this made installation trickier than needed.

    Also one suggestion – before you install it, remove the cover and check the sensor in the middle – looks like a micro-chip. When I first opened it, there were a couple of largish plastic pieces static-clinging to it. This covered about 30% of the sensor. I’m sure this would have effected the gadget “seeing” me in the room.

    As for mounting / installing? Four wire-nuts and two screws was all it took. So why did I look for instructions. Simple questions I had (perhaps overthinking?) – Could I use this and still have a light switch? What about with a 3-way light switch? That kind of thing.

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  2. Rob says:
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    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works Great, January 12, 2012
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    This is just what I was looking for. I installed it on my front porch. I was tired of coming home at night and trying to find the lock. Now when I get within 15′ of my front door “poof” the lights come on, but only at night. I chose this unit because it is all self contained, no external relays or power packs like some senors, also it is has the least range of any others so it is not tripped by cars driving by or people walking down the sidewalk. Now when I install my surveillance at my front door I won’t have to worry about how good the night recognition is.

    The installation is basic, but I’ve been a Union Electrician for 12 years. Don’t expect the instructions to be extremely detailed, it’s a commercial device, but if you know how to wire a switch, you’ll be ok.

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