I've read a similar post on this issue but it still needs clarification. I am wanting to install a single pole motion sensing wall switch. The existing switch is wired simply with a black top, white bottom and green to the ground. The motion switch has 1 green and 2 blacks, neither blacks are labeled as "hot", "neutral", "line" or "load". The confusion I am experiencing is the d*#n directions from Cooper. Their written directions specifies "Do not connect to neutral wire or damage to unit will occur." A diagram however shows 1 of the sensors black wires (#1) being wire nutted to a wire labeled "Black" & "Load" which has an inline light and continues further on and arrows to (Neutral). The 2nd sensor wire (#2) is also labeled "Black" in the diagram and it is wire nutted to a wire that arrows to Hot (Line). My inclination is to wire one of the sensor blacks to the receptacle's black wire and the other sensor black to the receptacle's white wire and of course the greens joined and pig tailed into the sensor. The written instructions seemingly caution not to do this ...."not to connect to neutral or damage....", however their wiring diagram shows a black #1going to (Neutral). Am I missing something? It sure seems to be conflicting instructions. I could call Cooper but it's Super Bowl XLV weekend and I doubt they are in. Any help is appreciated. BTW, Go Pack!!