Universal Sensor Occupancy vs. Vacancy Occupancy Sensor Auto ON, Auto OFF Full definition: ON when motion is detected and automatically turns the lights OFF when the room is vacant and motion is no longer detected Laundry rooms Kitchens Garages Basements Pantries Storage areas Vacancy Sensor Manual ON, Auto OFF Full definition: Lights must be manually turned ON but will automatically turn OFF when the room is vacant and motion is no longer detected High traffic areas Hallways Childrens rooms Living rooms Dining rooms Bathrooms
Universal Sensor Introducing the Universal Sensor Line Old -none- IPP15 IPS05 IPV05 -none- IPSD6 IPVD6 IPS15 IPV15 -none- PR-180 IPS02 IPV02 -none- New 300W SP relay SP/ 3-way dimmer SP/ 3-way 15A relay 5A SP relay Coming soon!
Universal Sensor Convert Occupancy to Vacancy Sensor Leviton occupancy sensors can be manually adjusted to act as vacancy sensors Sensors can be set to only turn ON by the pushpad (operating like vacancy sensors) by rotating the ambient light control counter-clockwise to the "0" position Image below shows an example of how the ambient light control will look on a IPS05 sensor
Universal Sensor Color Change Kits Comes in White, Ivory, and Light Almond Available with all new sensor models Coming soon as a separate color: BLACK
Universal Sensor Sensor Dimmer– IPSD6/IPVD6 Dimming Sensor Triac, 120VAC, 5Amps, 600W Single pole & 3 Way with standard 3 way Auto-On Title 24 Compliant models available (IPVD6) Compatible with Dimmable LED, Incandescent, CFL 900 sq.ft. and 180°coverage Functionality Short touch on/off Long touch – dim or brighten (direction toggles the last level) Dim/Bright will not cycle at max levels
Universal Sensor Sensor/Dimmer– IPSD6/IPVD6 Operation Short touch for ON/OFF Long hold for DIM/BRIGHT Returns to last level when turned back ON.
Universal Sensor IPSD6/ IPVD6 Applications Anywhere a dimmer may be used: Kitchen/ dining room Bedroom Living room Family room Home theater Application image
Universal Sensor IPS05/ IPV05 Relay on/off Single pole 120VAC, 5Amps, 600W 2 Wire + ground Universal compatibility: LED, Incandescent, Fluorescent, 1/6 HP motor 900 ft. 2 and 180°coverage Terminals with external clamps Color change kits
Universal Sensor IPS05/ IPV05 Applications Replacement for single pole switch to control lights and exhaust fans in bathrooms, above sinks, etc. Also good for: Garages Hallways Utility rooms Laundry rooms Mud rooms Closets Pantries Basements Retro-fit option to replace existing switch For new construction as well
Universal Sensor IPS15/ IPV15 Next Generation IPP15 Updated aesthetic with color change kit Relay switching, 15Amp All loads Neutral required 900 ft. 2 and 180°coverage Terminals with external clamps Auto-On Title 24 Compliant models available (IPV15) 3 way with IPV0R & VP0SR
Universal Sensor IPS15/IPV15 Features vs. IPS05/IPV05 Wattage 3-way capability IP15 requires neutral IP05 ground required IP15 with smart sensor remote IPV0R AND VP0SR IP15 for larger rooms, higher wattage, larger motor loads L-shaped rooms, rooms with blindspots, 3-ways, multiple sensors required Probably more for new construction with neutral See IPP15 app note IP05 is the value option
Universal Sensor Full Competitive Comparison- IPSD6/ IPVD6
Universal Sensor IPSD6/IPVD6 Silver Bullets Universal! Only Sensor/Dimmer that supports LED and CFL loads Complete family of sensors for all loads with Title 24 available models Expanded sensor coverage 180° 900 sq. ft. Terminal screws for ease of installation Three colors in one box reduce SKUs
Universal Sensor Full Competitive Comparison- IPS05/ IPV05
Universal Sensor IPS05/ IPV05 Silver Bullets Universal! Supports Incandescent, Halogen, CFL, LED and Motor Loads Expanded sensor coverage 180°, 900 sq. ft. Terminal screws for ease of installation Three colors in one box reduce SKUs
Universal Sensor Full Competitive Comparison- IPS15/ IPV15
Universal Sensor IPS15/ IPV15 Silver Bullets Universal! Sensor/Dimmer version for LED and CFL loads 1800W maximum load rating Complete family of sensors for all loads with Title 24 available models Terminal screws for ease of installation Three colors in one box reduce SKUs
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Technical and FAQ
Universal Sensor CONFIDENTIAL: Proprietary Information of Leviton Mfg. Company Maximum Compatible Load Types * No minimum loads required
Universal Sensor 3-Way Compatibility 3 Way Remote Options Item Single Pole / 3 Way 3 Way operationIPV0RIPP0R IPS15-1LZYesRemoteCompatibleNot Compatible IPV15-1LZYesRemoteCompatibleNot Compatible IPSD6-1LZYes3-way switch IPVD6-1LZYes3-way switch IPS05-1LZSingle PoleN/A IPV05-1LZSingle PoleN/A PR180Yes3-way switch IPP15YesRemoteNot CompatibleCompatible
Universal Sensor Sensing Coverage Area
Universal Sensor CONFIDENTIAL: Proprietary Information of Leviton Mfg. Company Government Legislation Impacting Lighting Controls in California CA Title 24 – Existing Building standard Requires Motion Sensors, Dimmers and Timers to comply with T20 CA Title 20 Product specific requirements for sensors, timers, dimmers Enforced at point of sale, Effective January 2013 Occupancy / Motion Sensors Shall be only automatic on/automatic off Shall allow occupant to turn off load manually
Universal Sensor CONFIDENTIAL: Proprietary Information of Leviton Mfg. Company Government Legislation Impacting Lighting Controls in California Vacancy Sensors Shall be manual ON/Auto OFF Shall not have any means to disable or convert to Auto On Shall have the word vacancy sensor on the product Timers VPT24 requires timer to maintain date and time for a period no less than 72 hours during a power failure. Where necessary timers are being given additional back-up battery time (applies only to astronomical clock versions) All Leviton dimmers, sensors, and timers are compliant!
Universal Sensor FAQ Launch Questions Is the IPP15 going to be discontinued? Yes. The IPP15 will be discontinued and replaced by the IPV15. We will sell through existing inventory of the IPP15 at that point. Is the IPP0R compatible with the IPS15 and IPV15? No. The IPP0R is not compatible with the IPS15 and IPV15 however the IPV0R is compatible with both the IPS15 and IPV15. Do the sensors require a neutral wire connection? IPV15 and IPS15 require a neutral wire connection, the other sensors do not require a neutral wire connection. Is ground required? Ground is required for the operation of IPS05 and IPV05 sensors.
Universal Sensor Conversion Plan IPP15 to IPV15 Action – start converting customers to the IPV15 IPP15 (ED) SANs are will have limited availability through September Selling through all existing inventory to discontinue NAFTA SANs will be discontinued PR180 plan Plan to discontinue in December Selling through per the forecast IPS02/V02 will be offered as the low cost sensor
Universal Sensor Coming Soon IPS02 Lower cost to the IPS05 300W rating Incandescent, LED, CFL, Fluorescent Single pole only Packaged in single color Coming soon
Marketing and Merchandising
Universal Sensor Marketing Support Sample Box with Dimming Sensor Product Samples Take One (G-8807) Spec Sheet (G-8761) Application Note – CA Title 20/24 Unique URL – Video Competitive Comparison Lamp Compatibility Charts (dimming sensor) FAQs
Universal Sensor Merchandising Counter Mat Insert – G-8675F Available to order now from Merrill Search: Merchandising, Distribution Market Channel OR Type counter mat in the search box Order empty counter mat Order sensor counter mat insert Merrill will assemble and send
Universal Sensor Ordering Product Samples ALL sales eligible to order a total of 15 samples Order IPS05, IPV05, IPV15, IPSD6, IPVD6 Download Order Form from LRC: Sales Calendar w/Universal Sensor launch OR Residential Section >lighting controls >training folder OR Residential Section >other useful info> latest product launches>universal sensor Forms must be filled out completely in order to be processed completed form to
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