When I read the product specs online, it says it can be used to turn on "incandescent and Rapid Start Magnetic fluorescent ballast lighting loads". Here's the link to the product info:
Is a CFL bulb a "Rapid Start Magnetic fluorescent ballast lighting load"? Nothing in the specs mentions CFL lighting fixtures, just "Rapid Start Magnetic fluorescent ballast lighting loads" -- whatever that is.
Also, this light fixture is at the end of a wiring circuit. The existing fixture is just a bulb holder with a pull chain to turn it on and off. I'm going to eliminate that fixture, replace it with a CFL-bulb ceiling light fixture (with no pull chain), and run a new wire from the light fixture to the new occupancy sensor switch. I was thinking that to do that, the new wire to the switch would be a "switch loop" since the power is at the light. I think that means that the switch loop will have a black wire at the switch and a white wire that is coded black -- in other words, essentially just two "black" wires at the switch and no neutral white wire. Is that correct? Will I be able to wire the occupancy sensor light switch with just these two "black" wires coming to the switch?