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    Maestro Wireless switch with multiple sesnors

    Can two Maestro wireless occupancy/vacancy sensors be tied to a single Maestro wireless switch? So, if either sensor detects motion it turns the switch on and leaves it on for a period of time after the last motion has been detected.

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    You are correct. You can link up to 10 wireless sensors to a single Maestro Wireless dimmer/switch and if any of the sensors detect motion the lights will turn on. Once all sensors that have detected motion time out, the lights will then turn off.

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