Save money on lighting costs with GE's new motion detecting low voltage light switches. GE's passive infrared low voltage light switch uses temperature to know when lights should come on or go off. Each low voltage occupancy sensor wall switch has a PIR segmented lens to divide a room into sensor zones where it can detect changes as people or pets pass in and out of areas. The lens is sensitive enough to detect parts of a person, such as a hand or a foot, to ensure that lights stay on when needed. Enjoy hands-free control of lights to keep them on only when the room is occupied. For greater energy savings, set the unit to manual ON mode: once turned on, the lights will only stay on as long as the switch detects changes in temperature. The amount of time the lights stay on after no movement is detected can be preset. These units can work with up to four GE RR-7 or RR-9 relay switches (or two Sierra 1070-B relays) common in low-voltage wired houses built from the 1950s through the 1980s. The modern styling allows it to be used with any Decora wall plate. The sensor includes self adaptive technology that continuously self-adjusts sensitivity and time delay in real-time, maximizing the potential energy savings that are available in the particular application. The EcoMeter provides a visual indicator of energy usage, increasing end user awareness and reminding individuals to take control of their lighting to maximize energy savings. HVAC mode allows the load connected to the Form C BAS relay to remain ON when the lights are turned OFF manually.
- Passive infrared (PIR) technology used to detect motion
- Use as a normal on off switch (push on, push off) or as a motion-detecting auto on/auto off switch
- Inputs: 24VAC±10%Maximum current needed is 25mA per sensor (1VA max for each sensor)
- 7VA max for each GE RR7 or RR9 relay (if using in Bryant system, update relays to GE versions)
- 8.5VA max for each Sierra 1070-B relay
- Outputs: Half-wave rectified 24VAC for 300ms pulse for driving up to 4 GE RR-7 or RR-9 type relays or up to 2 Sierra 1070-B type relays
- Includes plastic wall plate and mounting screws - can fit any decorator wall plate opening
- Isolated Form C Relay Ratings: 1A 30VDC/VAC
- Time Delays: Self-Adjusting, 15 seconds/test (10 min Auto), or selectable 5, 15, 30 minutes
- Daylighting feature prevents the switch from turning on lights if natural light is already bright enough in the room
- Walk-Through feature maximizes energy savings by not leaving the lights ON after a momentary occupancy (20 seconds or less)
- For indoor use only; temperature range 32° F –104° F (0°C–40°C); relative humidity range of 20% to 90% non-condensing
- Major motion coverage of 1000 sq.ft. with minor motion coverage of 300 sq.ft.
- Designed for offices up to 300 square feet as test according to the NEMA WD7 guideline
- 0 to 200 foot-candles lighting levels
- Dimensions: 4.195" H x 1.732" W (106.553 mm x 44 mm)for mounting bracket; 2.618"H x 1.752"W x 1.9"D (66.5mmx44.5mmx48.26mm) for switch housing
- Red LED indicator light for PIR detection; Green LED acts as EcoMeter or night light locator
- Can be installed in any standard single gang box in the same manner as an ordinary wall switch
- Automatic ON/Automatic OFF - lights will come on when motion is detected; will shut off automatically after preset time delay once room is vacated
- Manual ON/Automatic OFF - push the button to turn on lights; will shut off automatically after preset time delay once room is vacated
- ONW-P-1001-RR7-W; white occupancy sensing Class 2 device
- made in USA
- UL listed
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The sensor may be interfaced to an energy management system that accepts either a normally open or normally closed dry contact via the sensor’s Form C relay. The sensor includes self-adaptive technology that continually adjusts to conditions by adjusting sensitivity and time delay in real-time. By adjusting sensitivity and Time Delay automatically, the sensor is maximizing the potential energy savings that are available in the particular application. In tracking mode, the sensor will switch the lights ON when it detects a person entering the area. If the sensor lens doesn't detect continuous movement for 20 seconds following the initial activation, it will automatically go to a shorter 2 minute time delay.
Tracking mode allows the load connected to the Form C relay to follow the state of the sensor’s blue lead. HVAC mode allows the load connected to the Form C relay to remain ON when the lights are turned OFF manually such as when wanting to maintain the room temperature when giving a presentation with the lights OFF.
Installation Notes: When mounting the ONW-P-1001-RR7-W in a new junction box, choose the switch location so as to provide optimum coverage of the occupied area. If you are replacing an existing light switch, keep in mind that the sensor must have a clear line-of-sight of the area to be covered. For best results, avoid placing the switch in locations where it would pick up motion in other rooms or hallways.