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radiant® Single-Pole/3-Way Occupancy Sensor

120V Single Pole/3-Way Occupancy Sensor, Tri-Color is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 6.
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$24.08 USD

Simplify control while saving energy, with the radiant® Occupancy Sensor. Automatically turning the light on when someone enters a room, and shutting it off when the room is empty, this sensor includes an adjustable timed delay for shut off, as well as additional settings for more flexible control. Part of the radiant® Collection, it features clean lines and smooth paddle action for a sophisticated touch. Made exclusively for use with screwless Wall Plates from the radiant® Collection, sold separately.
Color White

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Features

  • 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.

Specifications

General Info
Color White
UPC Number 785007496598
Countries Of Origin China
Product Line Pass & Seymour
Application Sector Residential
Standard cULus
Listing Agencies / 3rd Party Agencies
cULus Listed  Yes
Technical Information
Sensitivity 60Hz
Target Size 180°
Sensing Range 600 sq ft
Load 120VAC
Response Frequency 60 Hz
Environmental Conditions Indoor Use Only
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Poor Instructions I was this close to returning to Lowe’s before coming on this site to learn that the brown wire is not needed. After eliminating that wire, it worked like a champ. I also learned that their is no manual On/Off, only manual On. My wife is going to have fits with that limitation. May be going back anyway.
Date published: 2019-12-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor instructions This faux "switch" comes with RED/BLACK/YELLOW wires. The instructions do no not clearly state what the yellow wire is for. Found out that you can not use it to turn off the light/fan. You need to wait until it runs its cycle of 1/5/10 mins etc. Bought at Lowes - Will be returning it.
Date published: 2019-03-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works great Hooked it up in my closet and it works great. After realizing the ground is not a wire but green screw attached to the side I hooked everything right up and it worked great
Date published: 2019-04-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Lousy instructions... The instructions do not properly address what to do with the existing wires. For example, when wiring to a second Sensor switch in a 3-way circuit, nothing is mentioned about the second black runner wire. The first runner is connected to the yellow wire on the switch which is then connected to the yellow wire on the second switch. The red switch wire is not connect and capped. The Line wire is connected to the black wire on the switch but what do you do with the second runner wire? Cannot get the switches to work as shown.
Date published: 2020-07-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great after a little learning curve. Some of the reviews are complaining about the instruction but really the switch operates well. The wiring was simple after turning off the breaker, and my garage lights stay on for 5 minutes at a time. I replaced an annoying lutron motion sensor switch with this Legrand and it works much better. Thanks.
Date published: 2020-05-15
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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?

Asked by: Tired of Looking
Our current sensors have set time delays, which go from 30 seconds and then to 5 minutes and you should be able to turn the load off whenever needed.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-11-21

I have a bluetooth bathroom exhaust fan (no light just fan) I'm running new wiring throughout the bathroom. Can I use this sensor

Asked by: Oscar
Yes, the sensor just requires 120V circuit and it must be Grounded.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-08-28

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.

Asked by: The Real Jay Lo
The sensor is designed to handle ALL LOADS as long as you do not exceed the maximum wattage rating of 600W's.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-08-05

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).

Asked by: Sathington Willoughby
Please see the attached wiring diagrams and you can contact technical support if you need further assistance. Radiant products 1.800.223-4162 opt 3 Mon - Fri: 8am - 6pm EST (excluding holidays) Email Us - tech.support@legrand.us
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-07-27

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.

Asked by: Sathington Willoughby
Either sensor in the 3way will turn the load ON and it will remain ON as long as motion is detected by either sensor.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-07-27

Does this switch sense daylight so the light will not turn on?

Asked by: A Guy
No, this sensor does not have ambient light detection feature.
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-05-04

How do I reprogram the RRW600U?

Asked by: abcd
A link to the instruction sheet is attached and you can reference Table 1 to program the time delay and Table 2 for occupancy and vacancy mode programming: https://www.legrand.us/-/media/brands/radiant/resources/installation-instructions/radiant%20120v%20single%20pole%20occupancy%20sensor.ashx You can also contact if you need assistance with it: Radiant products 1.800.223-4162 opt 3 Mon - Fri: 8am - 8pm EST (excluding holidays) Email Us - tech.support@legrand.us
Answered by: Legrand Technical Support
Date published: 2020-10-10

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...

Asked by: melpomene15
Hire an electrician
Answered by: Jayelec
Date published: 2020-07-24
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