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Thread: Lutron MS-OPS5M-WH-3 Maestro Sensor Switch In a 4 way

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    Lutron MS-OPS5M-WH-3 Maestro Sensor Switch In a 4 way

    I bought the Lutron MS-OPS5M-WH-3 Maestro Sensor Switch Maestro 5A Single-Pole/Multi Location Motion Sensor Switch For Lights & Exhaust Fans (3 Pack)
    I have four switches that control hall/stairway lights.
    I want both locations upstairs to have the motion switch, and the one location by the front door to have the motion switch, the last location I want to keep as a normal switch.
    Can someone please give me the wiring instructions for this?Thank you.

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    You can only have 1 sensor per zone. If you have 2 locations you can use the OPS5 with a single mechanical 3-way switch for on/off control at the 2nd location. If you have more than 2 locations you must use the Maestro companion switch (MA-AS-xx) in all the other locations (no mechanical 3-way).
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    Thank you,
    my hall/stairway lights have 4 switches that can turn them on and off.
    Two upstairs at each end of the hall, one downstairs at the end of the hall, and one by the front door.
    I want a MS-OPS5M on both upstairs locations, and one by the front door downstairs.
    I did order a Lutron MA-AS-WH for the downstairs. location at the end of the hall
    I have not checked all the wiring in each switch, but the one by the front door has 5 wires. Two red on the left side, two black on the right side, and a ground. How do I wire this to my MS-OPS5M?

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    If all 4 switches control the same set of lights you need (1) OPS5 and (3) MA-AS. You can not have (2) OPS5 sensors controlling the same group of lights. I've heard that Leviton makes an in-wall sensor that has sensors at multiple locations. I am not familiar with Leviton products though.
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