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Thread: Difference between the Lutron LRF2-OWLB-P and PD-OSENS?

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    Difference between the Lutron LRF2-OWLB-P and PD-OSENS?

    what is the difference between the Lutron LRF2-OWLB-P-WH Radio Powr Savr Wireless Wall-Mounted Occupancy/Vacancy Sensor, White and Lutron Caseta Motion Sensor | Occupancy/Vacancy | PD-OSENS-WH | White

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squill View Post
    what is the difference between the Lutron LRF2-OWLB-P-WH Radio Powr Savr Wireless Wall-Mounted Occupancy/Vacancy Sensor, White and Lutron Caseta Motion Sensor | Occupancy/Vacancy | PD-OSENS-WH | White
    The PD-OSENS only works with Caseta. The LRF2-OWLB is part of the Radio Powr Savr (RPS) family and works with Energi TriPak, Quantum, Energi Savr Node, Maestro Wireless, myRoom, Vive, GRAFIK Eye QS, RadioRA 2, HomeWorks QS, RA2 Select, and Athena systems.

    The RPS sensors can work together. If you had an L shaped room you could put one in each leg and get full coverage. That may be a function of the system they are working with.

    Caseta did not originally have a sensor option. The RPS sensor was modified to work with Caseta.
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    Does LRF2-OWLB work with Caseta?

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    Quote Originally Posted by usna71 View Post
    Does LRF2-OWLB work with Caseta?
    No. Only the PD-OSENS works with Caseta.
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    Hi usna71, the LRF2 sensors can pair directly to the Caseta dimmers, but it will not work as part of the system. So if you have a dimmer that is connected to a Smart bridge you wouldn't be able to pair a sensor to it. However if you just have a few dimmers around your home with no Smart bridge, then you could pair a sensor to one or multiple dimmers.

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    Occupancy sensors Caseta vs. LRF2

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike S. View Post
    Hi usna71, the LRF2 sensors can pair directly to the Caseta dimmers, but it will not work as part of the system. So if you have a dimmer that is connected to a Smart bridge you wouldn't be able to pair a sensor to it. However if you just have a few dimmers around your home with no Smart bridge, then you could pair a sensor to one or multiple dimmers.
    Can you say what the specific differences are? Protocols and RF frequencies? I get pretty frustrated finding in one place word that say the LRF2 is compatible with the Caseta dimmers and now finding that is only half the story, but they are not compatible with the Caseta system when using the Hub. What features do we get when we have the Caseta version that is compatible with the Hub? Where is that documented?

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    The only difference between the PD-OSENS and the LRF2-OWLB is the firmware that allows the PD-OSENS to be paired to the bridge and programmed through the Caseta app. I've included links to the spec sheets for both devices below.PD-OSENS spec sheet - https://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocu...G.pdfLRF2-OWLB spec sheet - https://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocu...69481a_ENG.pdf

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