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[Amazon.ca] Lutron Maestro Motion Sensor Switch - $21.98

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[Amazon.ca] Lutron Maestro Motion Sensor Switch - $21.98

  • Automatically turns the lights on when you enter The room and off when you leave
  • Features XCT sensing technology which detects fine motion, such as typing at a desk or reading, ensuring lights do not turn off inadvertently
  • Optional: senses daylight so lights do not turn on when there is enough natural light in the room
  • Programmable time out of lights 1, 5, 15 or 30 minutes
  • Works with all bulb types; up to 250 watt incandescent, halogen, electronic low Voltage 200 watt magnetic low Voltage 150 watt CFL/LED 2 Amp ballasts
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Aug 2, 2004
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I have these in all my closets and washrooms. Works really well in the powder room

Don’t use these for the bathroom fans. You need the 5 amp version for that.
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RFD_Paul wrote: Are these dimmable?
I have this exact switch for my mud room, lights are not dimmable. Simple on and off.
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Jun 10, 2003
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RFD_Paul wrote: Are these dimmable?
Not this one but there is a dimmable version of this switch.
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Gee wrote: I have these in all my closets and washrooms. Works really well in the powder room

Don’t use these for the bathroom fans. You need the 5 amp version for that.

Ah no wonder. I tried one few months ago for bathroom fan but never got it to work.
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simplypop wrote: Ah no wonder. I tried one few months ago for bathroom fan but never got it to work.
Do you have a two-switch situation for the fan. I tried to replace with a different motion sensor switch but could get it to work.
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Does anyone know if the non-dimmable version has soft on/off like the dimmable version? TIA

Personally, I like the soft on/off on my lights. Makes me feel nouveau riche living in the ghettos of Calgary. Smiling Face With Open Mouth And Cold Sweat
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Not sure if I got the terminology right, but I have like a panel with two switches adjacent to each other. Each switch control two bulbs. How can I install something like this?
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Sgt_Strider wrote: Not sure if I got the terminology right, but I have like a panel with two switches adjacent to each other. Each switch control two bulbs. How can I install something like this?
Turn off power at the breaker.
Take off the plate.
Remove the switches.
Install these.
Put plate back on.
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Temporel wrote: Not the same model number. I don't know what the difference is with the extra "H" tough.

MS-OPS2-WH (Amazon)
MS-OPS2H-WH (Lowes)
What's interesting is if you hover on the first product image, in the bottom right, the model number is MS-OPS2H, so I'm not sure if this is a labeling error on Amazon, a generic picture was used, or if the non-H model doesn't exist.

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