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Occupancy sensors: crossover for Wattstopper FSP-211?

Occupancy sensors: crossover for Wattstopper FSP-211?

Occupancy sensors: crossover for Wattstopper FSP-211?

Howdy All,

I'm trying to find a crossover for the Wattstopper FSP-211 occupancy sensor. This is a real Cadillac occupancy sensor - remotely programmable ramp up/down of light level, high/low brightness levels, daylight harvesting threshold, wet-location-rated, etc. I'm trying to find a similar sensor, but (and this is the challenge) in an end-of-fixture-mounting configuration (with its own enclosure, and a mounting nipple).

I would appreciate any help.


RE: Occupancy sensors: crossover for Wattstopper FSP-211?

Hi SolarDave,

I'm affiliated with Kele, a WattStopper distributor and purveyor of other brands as well.

I hope you prove me wrong, but I don't think there's a ghost of a chance that you'll find exactly what you need. WattStopper has active patents on some of those features.

That said, this one comes close: http://www.lutron.com/en-US/Products/Pages/Sensors...

Best to you,

Goober Dave

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