Published: December 2012
Nicor’s MAXCOR COS360 is a line-voltage (120–277V) ceiling-mounted occupancy sensor that automatically operates lighting systems based on ambient light levels and occupancy. It features a 360-degree field of view, with a 1,200-sq.-ft. coverage area. It features an adjustable time delay; multi-level, fresnel lens; adjustable sensitivity setting and ambient light level setting; and walk-through sensing mode. A standard decorator trim plate is included.
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