ABB’s 15A and 120V AC light switch features a green LED on the rocker paddle when switch is on. The LED backlight assists with locating the light switch in the dark. The binary input allows for connection of a mechanical switch for three-way applications with light control from multiple locations. It is available in two colors.
Eaton’s 15A 1242-7B residential wall toggle switch is made of a polycarbonate material. It is flush-mounted and the wiring method is a side wire. The allowable wire size is No. 14–10 AWG. The voltage rating is 120/277V and can be used in commercial environments.
Lutron’s 120V AC Ariadni toggle switch and slide dimmer features a 1-in.-deep back cover and power failure memory. It is available with a locator light and an eco-dim feature to save energy. It is available in six colors.
Leviton’s Provolt occupancy sensor combines line voltage occupancy sensors and photocells. The lens establishes dozens of detection zones that require the heat source to move from one zone to another to trigger the sensor. The sensor will turn lights off if no motion is detected after a specified time.
Eaton’s universal slide dimmer is rated up to 600W for dimmable LEDs and fluorescents. It is designed for commercial and residential applications. The switch returns controlled lights to a preset level without disturbing the brightness level.
Leviton’s vandal-resistant, ODS10 occupancy sensor uses passive infrared detection technology to monitor a room for occupancy through a segmented fresnel lens. This lens divides the field-of-view into sensor zones. When a person passes into or out of a sensor zone, it detects motion and switches the lights on.