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Dual Tech Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor, 120/277V, Red

DSW-302-R Wattstopper
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The DSW-302 dual technology wall switch sensor turns lights ON and OFF based on occupancy and contains two relays for controlling two independent lighting loads or circuits. It combines the benefits of passive infrared (PIR) and ultrasonic detection technologies for high sensitivity to small and large movements. The DSW-302 replaces existing wall switches and fits a standard decorator wall plate.
Color Red
Voltage 120/277 VAC


  • High sensitivity and dense coverage for exceptional performance
  • Two relays for control of two separate lighting loads or circuits
  • Color-matched lens and low profile for appealing design
  • 120/240/277 VAC and 347 VAC models
  • Defaults to Manual-ON operation for maximum energy savings
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General Info
Product Line Wattstopper
Color Red
UPC Number 754182935499
Country Of Origin China
Product Width US 2.0 in
Product Weight US 0.47 lb
Product Volume US 35.02 cu in
Product Depth US 2.99 in
Product Height US 4.8 in


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Questions & Answers

Does this switch have dimming capability?

Asked by: Caleb Eggleston
The DSW-301 and DSW-302 do not have dimming capabilities. They are both Dual Tech Occupancy Sensor Switches. The DSW-301 is the single relay version with 1 button. The DSW-302 is a dual relay version capable of handling 2 separate loads, with 2 buttons.
Answered by: Tier 1 Tech Support
Date published: 2022-08-12

Can I use the DSW-302-W to control one half of a receptacle and the other switch for the light in order to comply with NEC 406.6 (E) and ASRAHE Standard 90.1: Section 8.4.2 THANK YOU

Asked by: Anonymous
Placing a plug-load or controlled receptacle is not recommended for this device. It is only rated for lighting loads and small motor loads.
Answered by: Tier 1 Tech Support
Date published: 2021-08-10
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