CW and CN vacancy sensors automatically turn the lights off when a room is vacant. The sensors are designed to save energy and comply with California’s Title 24 2005 energy code for all residential uses, which became effective October 1, 2005. These sensors can replace any standard wall switch and use passive infrared technology to detect occupancy. The sensors require the user to turn lights on manually, but will optionally turn the lights off automatically following a predetermined time delay once the user exits the room.
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