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Lutron vs Pass & Seymour occupancy switches

Posted by a2gemini (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 29, 12 at 9:26

I posted this under another post but hasn't been accessed in a few days - so starting a new thread

I just went out and bought 2 occupancy sensor switches.
The Lutron Maestro and the Pass and Seymour.

Both can be used with LED, CFL, and incandescent.
I was looking for the Lutron but the first store didn't have any.

Any preferences?


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RE: Lutron vs Pass & Seymour occupancy switches

Anyone home on the lighting forum?


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RE: Lutron vs Pass & Seymour occupancy switches

My personal bias is towards Lutron.


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RE: Lutron vs Pass & Seymour occupancy switches

Anyone home on the lighting forum?


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RE: Lutron vs Pass & Seymour occupancy switches

Never tried a Lutron OS. Have not had many problems with the other lutron products I have tried though. I have installed a number of Pass and Seymour OS devices, and have not been called back on any of them. P&S is probably cheaper also.


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RE: Lutron vs Pass & Seymour occupancy switches

Weird - not sure how a delayed post happened.
I ended up putting in the Lutron - didn't see the second post - but have a PS one leftover and might try in a closet.
Electrician liked the Lutron and had only seen Davidtays post prior to install. So far it is great!


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