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Wireless Occupancy Sensor Kit by Sthenic
  • Easy to install
  • Wireless with NO Batteries
  • Turns lights off when the room is empty
  • Saves money and energy
  • Incorporates EnOcean wireless technology
  • Great for use in offices, restrooms, conference areas
The Self-powered Wireless Occupancy Sensor is affordable, easy-to-use and easy-to-install. The occupancy sensor is powered using energy created from available room light; when no motion is detected, the sensor transmits a wireless signal to the 3-wire Relay Receiver connected to lights for power down.

This completely wireless Occupancy Sensor Kit is an ideal solution for retrofit and new construction projects where building owners seek to reduce energy waste and save money. Lighting accounts for one of the largest portions of a commercial building's electric bill. Often, lights are left on unnecessarily causing both energy and money to be wasted. The occupancy sensor eliminates waste by ensuring lights in unoccupied areas are turned off. The sensor surface mounts without switch leg wires, making installation quick and easy and keeping labor costs to a minimum.

Kit includes:
  • One: Single Rock Decorator Switch (White)
  • One: 3-Wire In Relay Receiver
  • One: Wirelss Occupancy Sensor

Occupancy Sensor

Switch

3-Wire Receiver

Item No.

Vendor No.

Description

MSRP

Our Price

QTY

 

20240014

E3K-WWH

Wireless Occupancy Sensor Kit - Manual On FREE SHIPPING

$399.85

$285.29



Wireless Light Switch
Range
50-150 feet (typical)
Frequency
315 MHz
Power Supply
Self-generated when switch is pressed
Buttons
2 Buttons (1 rocker)
Dimensions
2.75(W) x 4.5(H) x 0.62(D) inches
Operating Temperature
-13° to +149°F (- 25° to + 65°C)
Radio Certifications
FCC (U.S.), IC (Canada)
Addressing
Factory set unique ID (1 of 4 billion)

Built-In Relay Receiver
Range
50-150 feet (typical)
Frequency
315 MHz
Relay Output
120 V AC
Max Loads / Contact Ratings
Tungsten / Incandescent
500 W
Fluorescent Ballast
3 A
General Duty
6 A
A300 Pilot Duty
120 VA
Power Supply
120 VAC
50/60 Hz
Output Channels
1 FORM A Relay
Memory
Stores up to 30 switch IDs
Dimensions
2.11" x 1.73" x 1.09"
Operating Temperature
+14° to +122°F
Storage Temperature
-4° to +176°F
Radio Certification:
FCC (U.S.): SZV-TCM2XXC
IC (Canada): 5713A-TCM2XXC
Safety Approval:
ETL (U.S.): UL244A, UL2043
ETL(Canada): CSAc22.2#14-05
Plenum Rating
UL2034

Self-powered Wireless Occupancy Sensor
Operating Temperature Range
32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)
Storage Temperature Range
32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)
Relative Humidity
0% to 95%, non-condensing
Usage
Indoors only
Frequency
315 MHz
Coverage Area
450 sq. ft.
Transmit Range
50-150 ft.
Dimensions
2.7"W x 5.83"H x 1.27"
Listings
CEC Title 24 Compliant, FCC Certified for wireless communication
Installation

Each package is preprogrammed to work with your switch(es), receiver(s) and sensors. If you purchased additional receivers or switches you will have to program them to communicate with each other. This is easy to accomplish and instructions will be included with your order. Always follow local electrical codes when installing this device. If you are unsure about any portion of these instructions, please contact a qualified electrician.

The Relay Receiver is wired between the light fixture and the power source.
  1. WARNING: To avoid fire, shock, or death, TURN OFF POWER at circuit breaker or fuse and verify that it is OFF before installation begins. Make sure that it remains OFF until installation is complete.
  2. For in-wall mounting, a wiring box must be used. For best performance do not mount the receivers close to the floor or near wall niches. Do not mount the receiver into a metal housing.
  3. Prepare wires: Pull off pre-cut insulation from Relay Receiver leads. Verify wires are not frayed; cut if necessary removing 5/8" (1.6 cm) of insulation from each wire.
  4. Connect wires. Screw wire nuts on clockwise making sure no bare conductors show below the wire connectors. Secure each connection with electrical tape.
  5. Position and stow all wires in the junction box, then restore power.
  6. Mount Sensor in an appropriate location for full operation.
  7. Test the range of the wireless light switch before mounting.
  8. Wireless light switches can be mounted in a standard switch box or surface mounted using screws or adhesive.



Approved by: to meet UL Standards.




Frequently Asked Questions

Why is my receiver independently turning ON and OFF?

  • This can occur when an unintended transmitter is activated within the receiver range when the receiver is in Learn Mode.
  • Clear all transmitters in the receiver and reprogram the receiver

My receiver is not responding to my transmitter command, why?

  • Move the switch closer to the receiver. If the system works at closer distance, the transmitter was installed outside the reception range, or there was radio signal interference. Repeaters that extend the coverage range are available; please contact your dealer.
  • Mount the switch or the receiver at a better location.

What is the range of my wireless connectors?

  • Masonry 65 ft. (20m), through 3 walls max.
  • Reinforced concrete 32 ft. (10m), through 1 wall / ceiling max.
  • Wood walls / drywalls 98 ft. (30m), through 5 walls max.

How can I reprogram my devices?

  • Contact customer service at (877)433-7763.




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