Occupancy Sensors: Why Are My Lights Staying On Past The Occupancy Time Delay?

If your lights are staying on past the programmed occupancy time delay (10 minute default from factory), the following is two possibilities of what is keeping the lights on:

-The Sensor's "Minimum On Time" has not been disabled (15 minutes by default).

-If you have a passive dual-technology sensor (PDT), the microphone in the sensor may be triggered by noise. 

Both functions can be disabled via push-button programming.  The instructions are available on the product programming card.


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