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I need to know how to adjust the settings on a Progress Lighting p8681-30 Occupancy switch. Anyone know what the "T", "S", and "A" adjustment screws do?

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The first 2 are easy, "T" is for time (duration the light says on), and "S" is for sensitivity. "A" on the other hand would be a hard one without seeing the switch itself, I would take a guess that its to adjust the rooms light when the lights are not on. (say the sun is shining into the room and then it doesn't require turning on the light type of thing).

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