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How To Install A 3-Way Motion Sensor Switch
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How can I install a single pole motion sensor switch in place of an existing three-way switch…
Electrical Question from Ken about 3 Way Motion Switch Diagram
Question: How can I install a single pole motion sensor switch in place of an existing three-way switch.
Background: Ken, a Homeowner from Grand Junction, Colorado.
Thanks for your electrical question Ken.
This is best accomplished by installing a 3-way Occupancy Sensor Switch.
Installing a 3Way Occupancy Sensor
I have located the switch listed below that should work for your application:
- Leviton PR180-1LW – (The W designates the color)
- The switch should be available at your local hardware store.
- This switch should be installed in the main occupied or traffic location.
- As per the instructions, adjust the Duration of Time to remain On and Field of Vision and your set.
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