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    Occupancy Sensor in high bay rooms

    Just a quick question. I have been asked to install occupancy sensors in a warehouse that has a 25 foot ceiling. I suspect they won't work at that height. Am I right or wrong?
    Charles E. Beck, P.E., Seattle
    Comments based on 2017 NEC unless otherwise noted.

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    I searched for >high bay occupancy sensor< and got a number of hits, including one from Lutron (who wouldn't make a bad product, it says here).

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    Look for wall mounted devices, they can be located low on walls and columns through out the area. I have been involved with projects where the lights come on depending on where the activity is, not the whole area and this is how it was done.

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