Are Leviton occupancy sensors IECC compliant?
Leviton occupancy sensors and vacancy sensors can be used to comply with IECC, ASHRAE 90.1, 2016 Title 24, Part 6 occupancy and/or vacancy sensing requirements. Looking for Residential Sensors? Sensor detects motion and turns lights ON and OFF automatically. Press to turn lights ON. Lights will turn OFF automatically when space is vacated.
Why choose Leviton motion sensors?
From wall and ceiling mount occupancy sensors to wall switch and wireless occupancy sensors and vacancy sensors, Leviton motion sensors enhance convenience, security and provide smart energy saving solutions for both indoor and outdoor use.
Do Leviton vacancy sensors comply with California Title 24 Part 6 requirements?
Yes, all Leviton vacancy sensor models can be used to comply with the 2019 California Title 24, Part 6 Vacancy Control Device Requirements. There are also occupancy sensor models (DOS02 and DOS05) that can be switched to a vacancy control to comply.
Can I manually turn my occupancy sensors on or off?
Yes, Leviton’s newest occupancy sensors have a switch that can convert them to a vacancy (manual-on) sensor. This setting is beneficial for certain activities such as watching a movie. It can also be adjusted to meet code requirements. See the product instruction guide for details. When using sensors, can I manually turn the lights on or off?
What is an occupancy sensor on a light fixture?
Ceiling mounted LED light with occupancy sensor. Detects motion and turns lights ON and OFF automatically. Sensor detects excess moisture and automatically activates a ventilation fan. What is an Occupancy Sensor? Automatically turns the lights ON when motion is detected and automatically turns the lights OFF when motion is no longer detected.