radiant® Single Pole/3-Way Occupancy Sensor, White
Bazaarvoice SAP Hybris Integration Version 2.8.1
- Works with various lights/bulbs, including: Incandescent, LED, fluorescent, compact fluorescent (CFL), magnetic low-voltage (MLV) and electronic low-voltage (ELV), 1/6 hp.
- Customize how you want the light to turn on with three control settings.
- Features an adjustable time delay, letting you set the automatic shut-off after a specified window of time. Delay settings range from 30 seconds to 30 minutes after the room is vacated.
- Installs easily in place of a standard light or fan (single-pole) switch. No neutral wire required.
- Locator light illuminates when switch is off, emitting a soft glow to help you find it in the dark
- More color options available to fit any style, including finishes to match current hardware and lighting trends.
- Complete the look with a sleek, screwless radiant® Wall Plate, and coordinate with other designer switches and outlets available from the radiant® Collection.
- The secret for always turning the lights off? A device that does it for you automatically. Perfect for bathrooms, hallways, closets, and garages.
|Product Line||Pass & Seymour|
|Country Of Origin||China|
|Number of Poles||Single Pole, 3-Way|
Bazaarvoice SAP Hybris Integration Version 2.8.1
Questions & Answers
I had to install these for code but I need a way to turn the sensor off, so I can press to turn on but it won't turn on by itself. Can you help?
Hi, I am confused by the instructions on the existing 3 way switch. Am I supposed to: 1. Leave the runner wire attached. 2. Ground one of the poles on the switch. 3. Cap off remaining wire? Can you provide a diagram or picture? Thanks.
I'd like to place this sensor above the door, inside the room that I want the lights to be controlled. How does the sensor work? I cannot find detailed specs on it. Will it pick up motion below it?
how to reset the switch?
Will the switch go during the day with motion if room is already illuminated by sunlight?
I am looking for one of these but in 277V
What is the correct way to wire two of these switches as a 3-way circuit. Switch one will be the power source, with a three wire cable going to the next switch and then two wire cable going to the light.
I can get my switch into Time Adjustment mode by holding down the on/off button for 10 seconds, but I can't get to Working Mode by holding for 15 sec or LED mode for 25 sec. Is there something I'm missing here?
My Lagrand was working fine. I moved it to a location on my stairwell that will make it work sooner. I lengthened the wire about 18". Red to load and black to hot. It is grounded. LED not on. hold on off 10 seconds 15 seconds 25 seconds, nothing.
Is the interior of the motion sensor cover accessible such that you can insert tape to reduce the area of coverage (vs. taping the outside which is not as aesthetic)?
If I want to reduce the degrees of detection for a stairway (so it only comes on when someone starts up the stairs vs. everytime one passes by the stairs), can I use white electrical tape to partially cover the sensor?
Any way to 'manually' turn on the switch and not have it time out and turn off. I've installed it in my garage and love the way it works until I'm under the hood of a car and the lights go off!
Why did the designers of this model remove two of the most valuable features, the ability to turn the load off in any setting, and the ability to fine tune the delay to two minutes? Is there a model that still has these capabilities?
I have a bluetooth bathroom exhaust fan (no light just fan) I'm running new wiring throughout the bathroom. Can I use this sensor
Will the model RRW600UTCCCV4 control one or two CFL fixtures in 3 way mode? All the documentation online does not say. The packaging makes is seem as though the switch will only work with an led. Afraid to open if I'm going to need to return.
Can we please get some clear, explicit clarification of ALL wires in a 3-way circuit? Please include all three colored wires on the Legrand unit, as well as building wiring (for those of us used to standard 3-way wiring).
Wiring 3-way, does each switch maintain ON according to its own programming, independent of other switches? Or does it work like a standard 3-way, where each switch can turn ON or OFF regardless of other switches? -->I need to maintain ON independently.
Does this switch sense daylight so the light will not turn on?
How do I reprogram the RRW600U?
I do not understand the multilocation directions when trying to install 2 motion sensors for the same light. How do I determine the runner wire? And which wire for the switch and wall does or does not need to be used? I've tried everything...
Can I use 2 of these switches for the same light? I have a switch at the top and bottom of some stairs. I'd like both of them to be motion sensors. Thanks!
I have what appears to be a LeGrand RRW600 motion switch. I misplaced the manual. I'm wondering how to move the programming from one minute to 15. I was unable to find a link on your site. thanks in advance dc
Will this device work without a ground wire attached to the green screw?
How many amps does this switch support? 15 or 20?
legrand motion sensor switch rrw600u programming I am following the instructions and can not get the device to act as a on off switch. Do you have a video on line that I can watch that will show me how to do this ? Thank you, Chuck
Device has stopped working. How do I troubleshoot?
"The LED light is on when the switch is off." The little program light is on? Or, is there a bigger "nightlight" from the sensor above the button switch? The pics looks like a nightlight but I can't make it turn on like that if that's the case.
My newly installed occupancy switch cannot be programmed, the delay remains at 5min?
In a 3-way installation (with a companion 3-way occupancy sensor), how is the on/off button supposed to work? Currently, I have two sensors (one master, one remote) installed on the same 3-Way circuit and the on/off button will only turn off the lights.
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