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

DSW-301-I Wattstopper
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The DSW-301 dual technology wall switch sensor turns lights OFF and ON based on occupancy. It combines the benefits of passive infrared (PIR) and ultrasonic detection technologies. The DSW-301 replaces existing wall switches and fits behind a standard decorator wall plate.
Color Ivory
Voltage 120/277 VAC
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Features

  • Zero-crossing for long relay life
  • Vandal resistant lens combines precise coverage with durability
  • Selectable walk-through mode turns lights off three minutes after initial occupancy if no motion is detected after the first 30 seconds
  • Test mode allows quick and easy adjustments
  • Selectable audible alert for impending shutoff
  • In automatic mode, sensor returns automatically to Auto-ON after lights are turned off manually; ideal for presentations
  • Four occupancy logic options to customize control to meet application needs

Specifications

General Info
Color Ivory
UPC Number 754182935413
Country Of Origin China
Product Line Wattstopper

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Questions & Answers

What relay positions are needed to return this until back to basic on/off (no motion sensing) functionality?

Asked by: ankr
Reset to Default Use the DIP Switch Settings tables shown below to return features to factory settings. To reset the DSW, press and hold the Relay 1 button for 10 seconds until a triple beep sounds. This resets the sensor and disables light level control (the brightest ambient light will not hold the light OFF).
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2021-11-17

Is there any way to purchase a replacement plastic lens for this? During construction, mine popped off and was swept up and disappeared, and it seems like such a cheap little piece that should be replaceable as it is easy to remove and/or damage.

Asked by: Mea Felton
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