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High Bay Occupancy Sensor For Wet Locations, 24VDC, 60Hz, w/IR

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HB3x0W-Lx occupancy sensors are designed for automatic lighting control in warehouses and other medium and high bay wet location applications. They are modular and are made up of two parts, a Power Module (HB3x0W) and a Lens (HBLxW), sold separately or in prepackaged combinations.These components are designed to work as a convenient system. Different models offer a choice of coverage patterns for a range of applications.
Footprint 60 linear ft
Voltage 24 VDC
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  • IP65 rated for wet locations
  • Multiple mounting options for easy installation
  • Lens choices for mounting between 20-40 feet
  • Line or low voltage


General Info
Product Line Wattstopper
UPC Number 754182930982
Country Of Origin China
Product Width US 4.1 in
Product Weight US 0.35 lb
Product Volume US 35.8 cu in
Product Depth US 4.6 in
Product Height US 1.9 in
Additional Information
RoHS Conformant Yes This product meets the material restrictions of Article 4 of the RoHS Directive (2011/65/EU), including Commission Delegated Directive 2015/863.
Security Ā  Yes This product is ioXt certified
Technical Information
Sensor Type Occupancy


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Questions & Answers

Hi Colleagues, how accurate is the sensor. For example: When set the low mode to 20% - how much deviation from the value can there be? Do we have +/-10% or something like that? BR Gerrit Piel

Asked by: Gerrit Piel
The HB300W sensor is a low voltage HB PIR sensor with no dimming or trim capabilities.
Answered by: Justin
Date published: 2024-02-01

Can the sensors HB350W connected in parallel?

Asked by: Jonathan
Yes, they can. When connected in parallel, whichever sensor(s) detect occupancy will provide power to the load.
Answered by: Tier 1 Tech Support
Date published: 2023-12-06
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