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    multiple vacancy sensors in one room

    In a room that needs multiple vacancy sensors, because it is L shaped. Will it shut off the lights if motion is not detected on one of the sensors, or it will only shut off the lights if both sensors do not detect motion?
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    RA2 will look at both sensors if they are programmed to the same lights. Also, there are wall mount and corner mount sensors available. Might save some $$.

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    Thank you. So as long as one sensor detects motion the lights will remain on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmhd613 View Post
    Thank you. So as long as one sensor detects motion the lights will remain on.

    Yes, that is exactly what will happen.
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    Keep in mind though that there is no low light detection on wall/corner mounted sensors - only on ceiling sensor.

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