nPP16 loses communication with an Occupancy Sensor. What does it do?

With just nCM PDT 9 and nPP16 D in the zone, start with occupied = yes and pole state = closed

Disconnect the Occ sensor and the pole remains closed while the Tracked Occupancy Timer as shown in nPP16 status continues to count down

Once the Tracked Occupancy Timer shown in the nPP16 status reaches zero, the occupied state changes to NO, pole remains closed, pole state reason is “not controlled by sensor”

Next still with just nCM PDT 9 and nPP16 D in the zone, but now starting with occupied = no and

pole state = open

Disconnect the occ sensor and a few seconds later the pole closes with pole state reason = “not controlled by sensor”


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