I think there is a basic design issue with the LRF2 (and perhaps others) with the timeout period after manual operation of the switch.
The notes, and our experience says:
NOTE: The lights can be manually turned off at any time by using the receiving device directly. If the lights are turned off manually, the room must be unoccupied for the duration of the Sensor’s timeout period before the lights will turn back on in response to occupancy.
And the timeouts are:
1, 5, 15, and 30 minutes, with the defaulting being 15 minutes.
This means, if I press the switch to turn off the lights manually as I leave the room, with our 15 minute setting, the lights will not turn back on automatically upon occupancy for 15 minutes! If the setting is 30 minutes, then there is a 30 minute dead time where occupancy does not work. That's insane! Why would anyone not want lights to come back on for 30 minutes?
I think there reactivation should be short, and not tied to the TIMEOUT period for vacancy (the two are entirely unrelated).
I need to vacancy period to be 15 minutes (because the lights keep turning off while in the shower with the next lower setting of 5 minutes), but to have the lights no longer operational for occupancy for the next 15 minutes is nuts.
How can this be avoided or worked around?