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Products & Services

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CP Automated Lighting (Northern) Ltd

Products & Services

CP Automated Lighting (Northern) Ltd is an approved systems partner of CP Electronics Ltd, one of the UKs foremost and respected manufacturers of lighting and heating control products. CP Northern provide a complete range of services from project design and supply of equipment through to site commissioning and project handover. We pride ourselves in our after sales service and involvement with end users, offering maintenance and ongoing systems checks throughout the lifetime cycle of our products. In addition to providing lighting control products that are quick and easy for electrical contractors to install we recognise the need to promote lighting control solutions that achieve a balance between a comfortable visual environment, a user friendly and flexible system and an energy efficient total cost of ownership. This specialist area of building automation requires a high level of application knowledge and involvement. At CP Northern our technical and sales teams have over 40 years experience in working closely with major Electrical Consultants and Contractors on lighting control systems for commercial offices, refurbishments, schools and hospital projects. The lighting control products detailed in this brochure provide fast “plug in� connection options for the installer and are compatible with most modular wiring armoured and non armoured distribution systems. networked control system incorporates fully addressable lighting control modules with a wide The range of intelligent sensors and interfaces which can easily be configured to meet both current and future needs of building occupants. This system can be supplied with 0-10v DSI or DALI control, together with emergency test and monitoring options fully compliant to BS5266 and IEC62034. A range of addressable applications.

passive infrared and microwave 230v detectors are also available for non

CP Automated Lighting (Northern) Ltd has a team of sales engineers who will be happy to discuss your requirements and provide you with a controls solution using any combination of the products detailed in this brochure. We hope that you find these products of interest and look forward to being of assistance in the future.

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Lighting Control System

CLIENT The client is concerned with minimising costs, ongoing running costs and payback periods whilst having the flexibility to change building layouts to accommodate his needs or that of tenants; Rapid satisfies each of these objectives. Rapid can be reconfigured easily to meet the needs of a new tenant with an easy to use programming handset or through a PC, eliminating traditional expensive re-wiring costs. Other benefits include lower operating costs by reducing the amount of electricity the building consumes.

CONTRACTOR Rapid is designed to drastically reduce installation time. All products in the system are connected using industry standard plug and socket connections. A unique manual infrared facility enables the system to be configured prior to delivery, thus minimising final system commissioning.

APPLICATIONS • • • • • •

Commercial offices Educational establishments Public buildings Industrial Hospitals Retail

KEY FEATURES AND BENEFITS Modular concept

Simple to specify

Plug in connections Local and central configuration

Quick to install Easy set-up

ELV switching

Safe multi circuit switching

Manual emergency testing

Simple testing of emergency fittings

Presence or absence Increased energy saving detection Scene selection and or manual dimming

Visual comfort

Daylight linking

Maintained luminance / constant light level

Corridor hold

Maintains corridor lighting / ensures safe egress lighting

Load shedding

Reduce load under maximum demand / standby generator conditions

Fully addressable 10 output LCM

Increased flexibility

Optional automatic emergency testing and monitoring

In compliance with BS5266 and IEC62034

SPECIFIER Rapid offers the design engineer the flexibility to realise sophisticated lighting systems, which would be costly and difficult using conventional wiring techniques. Rapid is a fully modular concept which can be incorporated into the building design with ease. Rapid also meets the criteria set out in part L of the building regulations.

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10 Channel LCM Product Data Lighting Control Modules ERR-LCM10-10, EBR-LCM10-10D, EBR-LCM10-10DSI/DALI

DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION The EBR-LCM10-10 series of lighting control modules (LCMs) are used as part of the Rapid lighting control system to switch lighting. They have ten individually addressable normally open output relays for switching, and on the D (0-10v) and DSI/DALI models these can also provide dimming signals for dimmable luminares. A separate relay is used for emergency testing. Incorporated on the box is an eight channel interface for connection to external devices such as light switches, emergency test switches and time clocks. Four ports on the front enable the LCM to be connected to the main Rapid bus and to peripherals such as presence detectors and bus repeaters. The LCM offers many features including: • • • • • •

Individual addressing of outputs Adjustable off delays and group delays Adjustable start up lighting levels Scene control for each channel Bus and activity LEDs Local IR or computer front end setup

INSTALLATION AND WIRING Warning: This device works at mains potential. Be sure to take care when working with electricity. • Install the LCM in the position indicated on the CP Northern installation drawings. • The box should be fixed on a smooth, flat surface or using drop rod fixings. Optional track fixings can be used. • Ensure that there is easy access to the wiring compartment and all connectors once the box is in-situ.

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Ensure that the programming window is accessible and visible. For hard-wired installations, wire the box using the terminals provided. Connect permanent Live, Earth and Neutral connections to the terminals in the wiring compartment. There is an extra set of terminals to loop through the wiring; these do not have to be used. Hard-wired bus: Connect to bus terminals in wiring compartment using a suitable twisted pair cable. Cat5 LSF bus: Plug bus cabling into either of the un-powered bus connectors. For structured cabling installations, connect the structured cabling harness into the appropriate terminals on the LCM. Plug in the luminaires ensuring that the connector latches to the box (pre-wired luminaire leads available, please contact our sales office). Connect peripheral Rapid devices (e.g. presence detectors, repeaters) using RJ45 connections and a suitable Cat5 LSF cable. Where specified on the installation drawings, connect switches to the interface terminals between the input and common. Switches must be isolated.

Note Where a hard wired or modular wiring bus network is proposed please use a Beldon UTP 8471 or 9740 cable.

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10 Channel LCM Product Data

LIGHTING CONTROL MODULES lighting control modules can control up to 10 luminaires from one control box. The lighting control module provides ten individually addressable channels controlling 10 independent outputs. 8 switch input interfaces and two RJ45 connections for presence detectors and other peripheral devices are provided on the front of the lighting control module. The lighting control module is designed for ease of installation and set up; all connections to the unit can be pre-wired; an integral emergency lighting test facility allows the supply to the luminaires to be interrupted using the lighting control system. A dimming option is available for both 1-10V analogue and DSI/DALI ballasts.

ORDER CODE EBR-LCM10-10 EBR-LCM10-10D EBR-LCM10-10DSI/DALI EBS-PC5MLSF EBS-PC10MLSF

DESCRIPTION Rapid 10 channel lighting control module Rapid 10 channel lighting control module 1-10V Rapid 10 channel lighting control module DSI/DALI European Union registered design No.000512728 5 metre patch cord (CAT5 RJ45-RJ45) 10 metre patch cord (CAT5 RJ45-RJ45)

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10 Channel LCM Product Data

EBR-LCM10-10, EBR-LCM10-10D, EBR-LCM10-10DSI/DALI

COMMISSIONING To bring the lights on prior to commissioning, do one of the following: • Power the boxes up without a bus controller or area controller connected. After about 15 minutes all channels will energise. • From the user menu of the programming handset, select override on Y, send this to each individual box. Note that if the power is reset, this action will need to be performed again. Commissioning is performed by our trained commissioning engineers. Please note that prior to commissioning, it is the responsibility of the installing contractor to ensure the following: • The units must be connected and installed as detailed on the installation drawings • Mains power must be available • Luminaires must be connected • Bus connection must be established and the network continuity checked The LCM can be set up using our infrared programming handset or computer front end. For programming details see the separate programming document.

SPECIFICATION LOAD 10 Amp total per box Per channel: 6 Amp fluorescent and incandescent lighting 3 Amp compact fluorescent lighting 3 Amp low energy lighting 3 Amp low voltage lighting (switch primary of transformer) 3 Amp fans and ventilation equipment Switch SON lighting loads via a contactor Dimming units:

10 ballasts per channel

SUPPLY VOLTAGE

220-240 Volts AC 50 Hz

TERMINAL CAPACITY 4.0mm2 MATERIAL

Flame retardant nylon

and ABS

TYPE

Class 2

TEMPERATURE

-10°C to 35°C

CONFORMITY

EMC-89/336/EEC LVD-73/23/EEC

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10 Channel LCM Wiring Diagram

INPUT AND OUTPUT OPTIONS WITH CAT5 RJ45-RJ45 COMMS

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10 Channel LCM Wiring Diagram DSI DIMMING. DALI EMERGENCY TEST AND MONITORING WITH MODULAR WIRING HARD WIRED BELDON COMMS.

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System Wiring Diagram  

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5 Channel Hard Wired LCM Product Data Lighting Control Module EBR-DIN-LCM5-5, EBR-DIN-LCM5-5 (/D, /DSI, /DALI)

DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION The EBR-DIN-LCM5-5 series of lighting control modules (LCMs) are used as part of the Rapid lighting control system to switch lighting. They have five individually addressable normally open output relays for switching, and on the D, DSI and DALI models these also provide dimming signals for dimmable luminaires. A separate relay is used for emergency testing. Incorporated on the box is an eight channel interface for connection to external devices such as light switches, emergency test switches and time clocks. The LCM offers many features including: • Individual addressing of outputs • Adjustable off delays and group delays • Adjustable start up lighting levels • Scene control for each channel • Bus and activity LEDs • IR or computer front end setup

WARNING—ENSURE CIRCUITS ARE ON THE SAME PHASE • Where multiple emergency lighting circuits are used, a multi-pole contactor should be connected to the emergency lighting test terminals to provide isolated outputs. • Where specified on the installation drawings, connect switches to the interface connections between the input and common. Switches must be isolated.

INSTALLATION AND WIRING Warning. This device works at mains potential. Be sure to take care when working with electricity. • Install the module in a suitable housing. This unit is compatible with standard DIN rail enclosures • Wire as in the diagram opposite. Two types of output are provided: • Switched output x 5 • Emergency lighting test output • The switched output are voltage free and can be used across multiple circuits

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5 Channel Hard Wired LCM Product Data

EBR-DIN-LCM5-5, EBR-DIN-LCM5-5 (/D, /DSI, /DALI)

COMMISSIONING To bring the lights on prior to commissioning, do one of the following: • Power the boxes up without a bus controller or area controller connected. After about 15 minutes all channels will energise. • From the user menu of the programming handset, select override on Y, send this to each individual box. Note that if the power is reset, this action will need to be performed again. Commissioning is performed by our trained commissioning engineers. Please note that prior to commissioning, it is the responsibility of the installing contractor to ensure the following: • The units must be connected and installed as described overleaf • Mains power must be available • Luminaires must be connected • Bus connection must be established and the continuity checked The LCM can be set up using our infrared programming handset or computer front end. For programming details see the separate programming document.

SPECIFICATION LOAD Switched output:

10A lighting load per channel Switch SON lighting loads via a contactor

Dimming units:

10 ballasts per channel

Note: max. 10m run to dimming ballast from controller SUPPLY VOLTAGE

TERMINAL CAPACITY 1.5mm2 MATERIAL

Flame retardant nylon

and ABS

TYPE

Class 2

TEMPERATURE

-10°C to 35°C

CONFORMITY

EMC-89/336/EEC LVD-73/23/EEC

PART NUMBERS EBR-DIN-LCM5-5

Rapid 5 channel din rail LCM

EBR-DIN-LCM5-5/D

Rapid 5 channel din rail LCM 1-10V dimming output

220-240 Volts AC 50 Hz

EBR-DIN-LCM5-5/DSI Rapid 5 channel din rail LCM DSI dimming output EBR-DIN-LCM5-5/DALI Rapid 5 channel din rail LCM DALI dimming output

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5 Channel Hard Wired LCM Wiring Diagram

DSI DIMMING AND CONTACTOR CONTROLLED MANUAL EMERGENCY TEST

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5 Channel Hard Wired LCM Wiring Diagram DSI DIMMING AND DALI AUTOMATIC EMERGENCY TEST & MONITORING OPTION

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Single Channel Hard Wired LMS Product Data Single Channel Lighting Control Module LMS-MIN-LCM, LMS-MIN-LCM-DIM, LMS-MIN-LCM-EM

DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

INSTALLATION AND WIRING

The LMS-MIN-LCM series of lighting control modules (LCMs) are used as part of the Rapid Lighting Control System to switch lighting. They have a single addressable normally open output relay for switching, whilst the DIM model provides DSI and DALI dimming signals for dimmable luminaires. For emergency test applications which require centralised testing or ELV switch connections, the LMS-MIN-LCM-EM provides a switched permanent live output. Incorporated on the unit is a two channel interface for connection to external devices such as light switches, emergency test switches and time clocks. A port on the front enables the LCM to be connected to peripherals such as presence detectors and bus repeaters, and two terminals allow connection to the bus.

Warning. This device works at mains potential. Be sure to take care when working with electricity. • Install the LCM in the position indicated on the CP Northern installation drawings. • Where the unit is installed in a luminaire, take into account the temperature parameters in the specification section. • Screw fixings can be found inside the wiring compartment. • Ensure that the programming window is accessible and visible. • Connect a permanent supply to the Live, Neutral and Earth terminals. • Connect luminaires to the output of the LMS-MIN-LCM and LMS-MIN-LCM-DIM units. • Connect emergency fittings to the output of the LMS-MIN-LCM-EM. Note that the test switch can be wired to any device on the bus, not specifically the EM unit. • For maintained emergency fittings, two LMS units must be used connecting to the permanent and switched lives. (see diagram)

The dimming version LMS-MIN-LCM-DIM provides support for DALI EMPRO emergency test and monitoring. When this method is being used for emergency testing, do not use the LMS-MIN-LCM-EM product—this is only for switched emergency test. The LCM offers many features including: • Power for up to 4 peripherals • Adjustable off delays and group delays • Adjustable start up lighting levels • Scene control • Bus and activity LEDs • Fully compatable with all Rapid control system components

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Single Channel Hard Wired LMS Product Data

COMMISSIONING To bring the lights on prior to commissioning, do one of the following: • From the LCM user menu of the programming handset, select override on Y, send this to each individual box. Note that if the power is reset, this action will need to be performed again. • Alternatively from the LCM programming menu select power up on Y, send this to each individual unit and reset the power. This option may need to be cancelled when the unit is properly commissioned. Commissioning is performed by our trained commissioning engineers. Please note that prior to commissioning, it is the responsibility of the installing contractor to ensure the following: • The units must be connected and installed as detailed • Mains power must be available • Luminaires must be connected and in working order • Bus connection must be established and the continuity checked The LCM can be set up using our infrared programming handset or computer front end. For programming details see the separate programming document.

SPECIFICATION SWITCHING LOAD 10A of lighting and/or ventilation including incandescent, fluorescent, compact fluorescent, low voltage (switch primary of transformer). Dimming units: For DSI or broadcast DALI 20 ballasts, maximum dimming pair cable length 200m For DALI read back 1 ballast (+ 1 EMPRO where used), maximum dimming pair cable length 200m Cable min. 0.75mm2 PERIPHERAL LOAD The unit can power the following maximum number of peripherals at the stated ambient temperature: Temperature -10°C to 50°C EBR-CPIR, EBR-4SC, EBR-BR max 4 units EBR-MWS3 max 2 units Temperature 51°C to 80°C EBR-CPIR, EBR-4SC, EBR-BR max 2 units

SYSTEM PART NUMBERS LMS-MIN-LCM LMS-MIN-LCM-DIM LMS-MIN-LCM-EM EBS-LCDHS EBR-CPIR EBR-MWS3 EBR-BR EBR-4SC RJ45-SPLIT RJ45-COUPLE

Rapid single channel LCM Rapid single channel LCM DALI/ DSI/EMPRO Rapid single channel LCM EM version Programming handset PIR presence detector Microwave presence detector Bus repeater Scene panel Network 3-way splitter Network 2-way coupler

EBR-MWS3 max 1 unit SUPPLY VOLTAGE

220-240 Volts AC 50 Hz

TERMINAL CAPACITY 2.5mm2 MATERIAL

Flame retardant ABS

TYPE

Class 2

TEMPERATURE

-10°C to 80°C

CONFORMITY

EMC-89/336/EEC LVD-73/23/EEC

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Passive Infrared Detector Product Data

EBR-CPIR DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION The EBR-CPIR presence detectors are designed to provide automatic control of lighting via the Rapid lighting control system. They detect movement using a PIR sensor and turn the load on. When an area is no longer occupied the load will switch off after sufficient daylight is present, and to enable maintained illuminance for dimming systems.

To flush mount: • Cut a 64mm hole in the ceiling • Insert the mounting clip into the hole and carefully push the two fixings on the arms downwards until they grip firmly to the ceiling • Push the unit fully into the mounting

4.5

An integral IR sensor in the unit allows the unit to be commissioned, and used in conjunction with a remote control handset (part no: UHS) to: act as a conventional dimmer; override the unit on or off; change the maintained illuminance lux setting. 60.0

INSTALLATION AND FIXING

76.0

64.0

The detector should be sited so that the occupants of the room fall inside the detection pattern shown overleaf, at a recommended height of 2.8m on the ceiling. Note that the lower the sensor is installed the smaller the detection range will be, subject to the parameters shown on the diagram. • Avoid mounting in direct sunlight • Do not site within 1m of forced air heating or ventilation • Do not site within 1m of any lighting

mounting hole

40.0

Wire the products as in the diagram, simply by connecting to the relevant port of the Rapid Lighting Control Module using a Cat5 patch cord. An additional RJ45 connector is provided to daisy chain sensors together.

Flush Mounting Clip

Rapid Bus Connectors

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Passive Infrared Detector Product Data

EBR-CPIR

COMMISSIONING Commissioning is performed by our trained commissioning engineers. Please note that prior to commissioning, its is the responsibility of the installing contractor to ensure the following: • The Rapid LCMs must be connected and installed as described in the relevant data sheet • The detectors must be installed and plugged into the channel of the LCM as shown on the system installation drawings • Mains power must be available • Luminaries must be plugged in * Bus connection must be established and checked The detector can be set up using our infrared programming handset or computer front end.

DETECTION PATTERN

SPECIFICATION LOAD See datasheet for Rapid LCM SUPPLY VOLTAGE

12VDC

TIME OUT PERIOD

Adjustable 1 minute to 99 minutes

LIGHT LEVEL

Light to dark

FIXING METHOD

Flush fixing in 64mm hole using clip provided

MATERIAL

Flame retardant ABS,

fixing clip polypropylene

TYPE

Class 2

TEMPERATURE

-10°C to 35°C

CONFORMITY

EMC-89/336/EEC LVD-73/23/EEC

Plan View

PART NUMBERS EBR-CPIR D 7m

2.8m

Side Elevation

7m Area of high sensitivity

Area of low sensitivity

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Rapid ceiling mounted presence detector for dimming systems


Mini Infra Red Detector Product Data

EBR-MINPIR DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

COMMISSIONING

The EBR-MINPIR presence detector is designed to provide automatic control of lighting via the RAPID or LMS lighting control systems. It detects movement using a PIR sensor to turn the load on. When an area is no longer occupied the load will switch off after an adjustable time out period.

Commissioning will normally be performed by our trained commissioning engineers. Please note that prior to commissioning, it is the responsibility of the installing contractor to ensure the following: • The RAPID or LMS components must be connected and installed as described in the relevant datasheet • The detectors must be installed and plugged into the correct outlet on the LCM or switching unit as shown on the system installation drawings • Mains power must be available • Luminaires must be plugged in • Bus connection must be established and checked The detector can be set up using our infrared programming handset or computer front end. For programming details see the separate programming document.

INSTALLATION AND FIXING The product is designed to be mounted directly to a luminaire, either on the inside or outside; or flush into the ceiling. See mounting options overleaf. • The PIR lens must have a view outside the luminaire. • For optimum lux measurement, the lens must be shielded as much as possible from the light source. • If flush mounting in a panel >6mm thick, remove bottom of retention arms with side cutters. The detector should be sited so that the occupants of the room fall inside the detection pattern, at a recommended height of 2.8m on the ceiling. Note that the lower the sensor is installed the smaller the detection range will be. • Avoid direct sunlight entering the sensor. • Do not site within 1m of forced air heating or ventilation. • Do not fix to a vibrating surface. The sensor comes with a lead and RJ45 plug for direct connection to the lighting control system. A Cat5 lead and coupler can be used to extend the lead length if required.

DETECTION PATTERNS Plan View

5m Side Elevation 2.8m

The miniature size together with multiple mounting options make these products ideally suited for mounting in, or attached to, luminaires to provide local control of individual fittings. An adjustable internal light sensor provides light level information to the lighting control system to allow lights to be kept off if sufficient daylight is present, and to enable maintained illuminance for dimming systems. An integral IR sensor in the unit allows the unit to be commissioned, and used in conjunction with a remote control handset (part no: UHS) to: act as a conventional dimmer; override the unit on or off; change the maintained illuminance lux setting.

5m Area of high sensitivity

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Area of low sensitivity


Mini Infra Red Detector Product Data

FIXING DIAGRAMS 1

SPECIFICATION LOAD See datasheet for Rapid or LMS output device

2

3

SUPPLY VOLTAGE

12VDC

TIME OUT PERIOD

Adjustable 1 minute to 99 minutes

LIGHT LEVEL

Light to dark

MATERIAL

Sensor head, side mounting bracket, power supply - PA (polyamide) Flush holder - Flame retardent ABS Lens - PMMA (Clear acrylic)

TYPE

Class 2

TEMPERATURE

-10째C to 35째C

CONFORMITY

EMC-89/336/EEC LVD-73/23/EEC

PART NUMBERS EBR-MINPIR

DIMENSION DIAGRAMS 1

2

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Miniature ceiling mounted presence detector


Microwave Product Data EBR-MWS3 The EBR-MWS3 presence detectors are designed to provide automatic control of lighting via the RAPID lighting control system. They detect movement using a highly sensitive microwave detector. This works by emitting low power microwave signals and measuring the reflections as the signals bounce off moving objects. The EBR-MWS3 has a unique adjustable sensor head that allows the area of detection to be optimised for the application. When an area is occupied the Rapid system can be programmed to turn the lights on. When an area is no longer occupied the load will switch off after an adjustable time out period. An adjustable internal light sensor provides light level information to the RAPID system to allow lights to be kept off if sufficient daylight is present, and to enable maintained illuminance for dimming systems. An integral IR sensor in the unit allows the unit to be commissioned, and used in conjunction with a remote control handset (part no: UHS) to: • Act as a conventional dimmer • Override the unit on or off • Change the maintained illuminance lux setting

INSTALLATION AND WIRING Wire the products simply by connecting to the relevant port of the Rapid LCM using a Cat5 patch cord. An additional RJ45 connector is provided to daisy chain sensors together.

Fully extended 44.00

3.5

83.00

100.00

40.00

86.00 Mounting hole

The detector should be sited so that the occupants of the room fall inside the detection pattern shown overleaf, at a recommended ceiling height of 2.8m.

Corridors or aisles: the unit should be placed at the end of the corridor or aisle and the sensor head should be angled to look down the corridor or aisle. Open plan areas and offices: the unit can be mounted in a corner looking outwards in which case the sensor head should be angled . Or the unit can be mounted in the centre of the area with the sensor head flat. Note that the higher the sensor is installed the shorter the detection range will be. • Do not site within 1m of any lighting or ventilation equipment. • Do not fix to a vibrating surface. • Site as far away as possible from the surface of metal objects. To flush mount: • Cut a 86mm hole in the ceiling • Insert the mounting clip into the hole and carefully push the two fixings on the arms downwards until they grip firmly to the ceiling • Unscrew the back plate, connect (see below) and re-fix the back plate • Push the unit into the clip and setup as detailed To surface mount: • Unscrew the back plate and fix straight to the ceiling or to a BESA box • Connect and re-fix the back plate • Setup as instructed below

Rapid Bus Connections

DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

Ceiling Fixing Clip

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Microwave Product Data

COMMISSIONING Commissioning is performed by our trained commissioning engineers. Please note that prior to commissioning, it is the responsibility of the installing contractor to ensure the following: • The Rapid LCMs must be connected and installed as described in the relevant data sheet • The detectors must be installed and plugged into the channel of the LCM as shown on the system installation drawings • Mains power must be available • Luminaries must be plugged in • Bus connection must be established and checked

SPECIFICATION LOAD See datasheet for Rapid LCM

The detector can be set up using our infrared programming handset or computer front end.

DETECTION PATTERN 1

4m 20m

Area of high sensitivity

2.6m

Sensor head position set to 80°

22

Area of low sensitivity

6m

10m

30m

2.6m

Sensor head position set to 80°

3

Area of low sensitivity

TIME OUT PERIOD

Adjustable 1 minute to 99 minutes

LIGHT LEVEL

Light to dark

FIXING METHOD

Flush fixing in 86mm hole using clip provided Surface fixing using integral back plate

MATERIAL

Flame retardant ABS, fixing clip polypropylene

TYPE

Class 2

TEMPERATURE

-10°C to 35°C

SAFETY

The microwave radiation emitted by these units is extremely low power. At a distance of > 50mm the power density is <6% of the ANSI IEEE C95.1 –1991 recommended microwave power density. At a distance of 5mm from the unit it is <84% of recommended power density.

CONFORMITY

EMC-89/336/EEC LVD-73/23/EEC

5m

16m Sensor head position set to 0°

PART NUMBERS EBR-MWS3

22m

2.6m

12VDC

Area of high sensitivity

25m

6m

6m

8m

25m

SUPPLY VOLTAGE

Area of high sensitivity

Rapid ceiling mounted microwave presence detector

1

Ideal for corridor or aisle applications

2

Ideal for corridor or aisle applications

3

Ideal for open plan areas and offices

Area of low sensitivity

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Product Data and 4-8 Scene Interface Scene Selection Plate EBR-4SC DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION The EBR-4SC provides advanced scene setting functions for the Rapid Lighting Control System. When used in conjunction with Rapid dimming LCMs and suitable dimming luminaries, complex dimming can be achieved to suit applications from complex rooms to individual offices. This product provides for the selection of scenes and the programming of LCMs to provide set dimming levels. The EBR-4SC provides the following features. • Up to 8 scenes selectable using 4 buttons, plus separate off scene • Up/down override • Adjustable fade rates up to 99 minutes, individually selectable for each scene • Room divide • Support for up to 99 individual dimming circuits • IR support for scene selection and programming • Keypad scene programming

SPECIFICATION LOAD See datasheet for Rapid LCM SUPPLY VOLTAGE

12VDC

TEMPERATURE

-10°C to 35°C

CONFORMITY

EMC-89/336/EEC

LVD-73/23/EEC

DETECTORS AND INTERFACES The scene plate can be used in conjunction with detectors, groups of detectors and clock interfaces to select scenes. For example a presence detector can be used to select scene 1 when it detects, and select scene 0 when the room is vacant.

ROOM DIVIDE INSTALLATION AND WIRING • • • • • • • •

Install the scene plate in a British standard flush box with a depth of at least 25mm Wire the plate using a Cat5 cable with the one end stripped and wired as per the diagram overleaf Connect the other end of the Cat5 cable via an RJ45 plug into port 3 or port 4 of the nearest LCM Screw the assembly to the wall and clip on the cover plate To select scenes 1-4, press the scene button. The LED in the button will illuninate. To select scenes 5-8, press and hold the scene button for more than 1 second-the LED will flash. The button assignments are: scene 5=button1, scene 6=button 2, scene 7=button 3, scene 8=button 4 When a new scene is selected, the desired light level can be selected in the time determined by the fade rate. Double clicking the button will override the fade rate and achieve this level immediately. Scene 0 is reserved as the “off” scene, but can be programmed to leave a background lighting effect.

Any combination of connecting rooms can be automatically controlled using a combination of scene plates and room divide switches. Core

Terminal

White/Orange

B

Orange

B

White/Green

A

Blue

A

White/Blue

0V

Green

0V

White/Brown

+12V

Brown

+12V

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EBS-4SC +12V 0V A B

Room Divide


4-8 Scene Set Interface Wiring Diagram

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Area Controller Product Data

Area Controller EBR-AC DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION Rapid area controllers provide data and power to the system whilst managing the communications. Rapid can be used in buildings of all sizes and the area controller can be scaled to the size of the project. All devices within the area controller are DIN rail mounted and are delivered to site pre-wired. The area control devices are as follows: ■

• Power Supply [ EBR-DIN-PSU] • Bus control, backbone control and interfacing [EBR-DIN-CTRL] • Time scheduling for timed events and emergency test [EBR-DIN-TSCH] • Backbone for signalling between floors (EBR-DIN-BB)

Area Controller Typical Wiring Diagram

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Area Controller Wiring Diagram

MULTI FLOOR BACKBONE NETWORK WITH CENTRAL SUPERVISORY PC

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Dali Controller Product Data Comprising DALI Gate way Din Rail Modules EBR-DIN-DALIG DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

INSTALLATION DETAILS

The Rapid DALI Gateway Din Rail Module provides an interface between a Rapid lighting control system and a set of DALI ballasts wired together on a single DALI bus.

• • • •

The module acts as a full function LCM with 10 individually programmable output channels; each channel can have up to 2 standard and 1 EMPRO ballast connected. Two interface inputs are provided for connection to external devices such as light switches, emergency test switches and time clocks. For digital emergency test and monitoring the unit supports EMPRO ballasts; for emergency test applications the unit provides a switched, permanent live output. Up to 7 EBR-DIN-DALIG modules can be connected together to give control of up to 64 individually addressable DALI ballasts. Features include: • 10 individually addressable output channels per module • Up to 64 DALI ballasts per system • Supports luminaires with multiple ballasts • Control and fault feedback indication per channel • Allows ballasts to be grouped for faster control • Auto re-addressing of failed ballasts with no user intervention • 2 interface inputs per module • Tridonic EMPRO compatible • Switched permanent live for emergency test

Mount in a suitable DIN rail enclosure. Where multiple modules are used, connect together as detailed. 1 EBR-DIN-PSU is required to power the internal circuitry of the module. Subject to the maximum output current of this device, the PSU can also be used to power other Rapid peripherals such as detectors and other DIN modules. 1 EBR-DIN-PSU-DALIG is required to power the DALI bus. Up to 7 EBR-DIN-PSU-DALIG modules can be connected depending on the number of DALI ballasts on the bus.

COMMISSIONING Commissioning is performed by our trained commissioning engineers. Please note that prior to commissioning, it is the responsibility of the installing contractor to ensure the following: • The units must be connected and installed as detailed on the installation drawings • Mains power must be available • Luminaires must be connected • Bus connection must be established and the network continuity checked The Controller can be set up using our infrared programming handset or computer front end.

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DALI Controller Wiring Diagram

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Supervisory PC and Graphical Interface Product Data Graphical Interface EBR-CFE-PC

The Rapid graphical interface is designed to provide the user flexible control and monitoring of the lighting from a PC. Bitmaps of the building floors can be illustrated for all control devices, which are graphically depicted as icons on the floor layout or in a drop down window within Microsoft Windows.

client’s requirements. An event calendar provides the client with the ability to schedule lighting control events for special occasions, cleaning, re-lamping and emergency testing of lights. Lamp error feedback is reported for any luminaire which is controlled by a DALI ballast.

PART NUMBERS The graphical interface gives the user the ability to re-configure control devices or monitor their status. Changing of lighting groups can be achieved quickly and simply thus negating the need for physical changes within the ceiling void. Time settings for presence detectors, corridor and group hold delays can be adjusted to the

EBR-CFE-PC

Computer Software packaging c/w PC

Dali Emergency Monitoring EBR-EMLTU The effective monitoring of emergency luminaries is achieved when the Tridonic EMPRO inverter is fitted into the emergency light fitting along with the ballast and battery pack. The monitoring is carried out using a 2 wire DALI control cable which is connected via the luminaire lead to the lighting control module and in turn monitored by the Rapid graphical interface. Emergency lamps and ballasts are tested every few minutes to ensure presence, communications and detection of lamp failure. Flexible test scheduling using the Rapid graphical interface including test duration and “least time of risk”. Rapid graphical package illustrates pass/fail status of the emergency fittings which includes: • Lamp failure • Ballast failure • DALI short circuit

• Communication failure • Battery pack open circuit • Battery pack no longer fully chargeable The system ensures that duration tests will only commence when the battery is fully charged. No DALI addressing routine required, all addressing carried out using the normal easy to use Rapid programming format. Key switch method of testing emergency luminaires is still available.

PART NUMBERS EBR-EMLTU

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Emergency monitoring upgrade for EBR-CFE


Infrared Programmer and Local Overide Product Data

Programming Handset EBS-LCDHS The programming handset is used to configure all system devices. The handset has a simple to use text based menu and keypad. The programming handset also has user menus which allow IDs and timing information to be read back from system devices.

PART NUMBERS EBR-LCDHS

Programming handset

User Handset UHS, UHS3 The handset allows the user to override the system detectors. There are two types available: the 8 button handset (part number UHS) can be used to adjust lux settings and override the detector ON/OFF. The 3 button (part number UHS3) is used to override the system detectors ON/OFF.

PART NUMBERS UHS UHS3

User handset override on/off, lux up, lux down User handset on/off

Technical Support

Connectivity CP Northern provide full lead sets for data connection between system devices, or project specific advice on the connection of a network through a structured wiring solution. We also have the ability to fit any manufacturer’s structured wiring TEE s to our lighting control module. CP Northern can also provide any length of leads to interconnect between the luminaries and the lighting control module.

It is our aim to make the purchase and implementation of the Rapid lighting control system as straightforward as possible. A full technical catalogue is available. This provides full technical specifications for each system device. It also provides best practice advice on applying the system to your application. Our dedicated system technical sales team will be happy to visit you and discuss your requirements. We offer full supportthroughout the project process and application advice • Full technical documentation

• Site specific technical documentation

• System commissioning • Post completion technical support • Installer support

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Luminaire Cable Specification

1.0MM LUMINAIRE CABLE ASSEMBLY DETAILS

CABLE STRUCTURE

Part Number

Description

CPN - 3C1.0M FE3

3Mtr 3 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

Conductor:

Red copper, fine wire

CPN - 3C1.0M FE5

5Mtr 3 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

IEC228

conductors according to cl. 5DIN VDE 0295 e

CPN - 3C1.0M FE7

7Mtr 3 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

Insulation:

Special compound LSF insulation

CPN - 4C1.0M FE3

3Mtr 4 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

CPN - 4C1.0M FE5

5Mtr 4 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

Distinction:

Colour Code

CPN - 4C1.0M FE7

7Mtr 4 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

Sheath:

Special compound LSF outer jacket

CPN - 5C1.0M FE3

3Mtr 5 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

CPN - 5C1.0M FE5

5Mtr 5 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

CPN - 5C1.0M FE7

7Mtr 5 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

CPN - 6C1.0M FE3

3Mtr 6 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

CPN - 6C1.0M FE5

5Mtr 6 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

CPN - 6C1.0M FE7

7Mtr 6 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

TECHNICAL DATA Temperature range:

Flexing -5째C + 70째C

Fixed -15째C + 80째C

1.5MM LUMINAIRE CABLE ASSEMBLY DETAILS

Nominal Voltage Uo/U: 300/500v Test Voltage:

2000v

Part Number

Description

Bending Radius:

15 x cable diameter

CPN - 3C1.5M FE3

3Mtr 3 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

CPN - 3C1.5M FE5

5Mtr 3 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

CPN - 3C1.5M FE7

7Mtr 3 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

CPN - 4C1.5M FE3

3Mtr 4 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

CPN - 4C1.5M FE5

5Mtr 4 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

CPN - 4C1.5M FE7

7Mtr 4 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

CPN - 5C1.5M FE3

3Mtr 5 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

CPN - 5C1.5M FE5

5Mtr 5 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

CPN - 5C1.5M FE7

7Mtr 5 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

CPN - 6C1.5M FE3

3Mtr 6 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

CPN - 6C1.5M FE5

5Mtr 6 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

CPN - 6C1.5M FE7

7Mtr 6 core c/w VITP-C6 Plug

TESTS Flame Test:

IEC 332-3 A

HD 405,3

Acid Gas:

CEI 20-37/1 CEI 20-37/7

Smoke Density:

CEI 20-37/6 CEI 20-37/3-1

DIM +

RED CORE (DIM+ OR D2) WHITE CORE (DIM- OR D1)

6-CORE x Xm FLEX

BLACK CORE (PERMANENT LIVE) BLUE CORE (NEUTRAL)

DIM PERMANENT LIVE NEUTRAL

GREEN/YELLOW CORE (EARTH)

EARTH

BROWN CORE (SWITCHED LIVE)

SWITCHED LIVE

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GREY PLUG BLACK PLUG


BUS Network Cables

PLUG TO PLUG COMMUNICATION NETWORK CABLES Latch at back

RJ45-RJ45 CAT5 PATCH LEADS: Order Ref EBS-PC5M EBS-PC10M

O R A N G E W H I T E

O R A N G E

G R E E N W H I T E

B L U E

B L U E

G R E E N

W H I T E

B R O W N

B R O W N

W H I T E

Other lengths upon request For: • Backbone network • Area Controller to LCMs, local serial network • LCM to LCM serial network interlinks • PIR to LCM RJ45-RJ45 interlinks

Cable core colours

AND/OR HARD WIRED OPTIONS Black

White

BELDON CABLE TYPE: UTP 8740 OR UTP 9740 For: • Backbone network • Area Controller to LCMs, local serial network • LCM to LCM serial network interlinks

Where required a combination of both Hard Wired and Plug in types of cable connections can be used.

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LMS Single Channel Hard Wired Wiring Diagram

DSI DIMMING WITH EMERGENCY TEST

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Dali System Wiring Diagram

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Stand Alone

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Presence Detector EBD-SPIR-2CH

4.6

DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION The EBD-SPIR-2CH series of presence detector switches are designed to provide automatic control of lighting, heating or ventilation loads. They detect movement using a PIR sensor and turn the load on. When an area is no longer occupied the load will switch off after an adjustable time out period. The 2CH detector provides two independently controlled output channels that can be used for a variety of applications: • Occupancy and lux control of two independent lighting circuits using a single detector-e.g. for essential and non-essential supplies. • Occupancy and lux control of one lighting circuit and just occupancy control of a second circuit-e.g. where a row of luminaries by a window is lux controlled whilst inner rows are switched on occupancy only. • Occupancy and lux control of a lighting circuit and just occupancy control of a ventilation circuit. Note: when controlling two circuits, the circuits must be on the same phase. An adjustable internal light sensor provides additional energy saving in lighting applications. When an area is occupied lighting is only switched on when the level of natural light is below a preset level. Depending on the part number, lux control is available on one or both channels. In addition a variant of the product provides a normally closed contact for fail safe operation. If the unit fails, the outputs will default to on. When the unit is first powered up the PIR sensor will always detect immediately regardless of whether the room is occupied. An IR sensor in the unit allows the lux settings to be changed and the sensor to be overridden using a remote control handset (part no: UHS).

WIRING AND FIXING Wire the EBD-SPIR-2CH products as in the diagram. This product is supplied complete with a 3m lead. To switch from more than one position simply wire two or more units in parallel. The detector should be sited so that the occupants of the room fall inside the detection pattern shown overleaf, at a recommended height of 2.8m on the ceiling. Note that the lower the sensor is installed the smaller the detection range will be, subject to the parameters shown on the diagram.

7.5 83.5

76.0

• Avoid direct sunlight entering the sensor. • Do not site within 1m of forced air heating or ventilation. • Do not site within 1m of any lighting. • Do not fix to a vibrating surface. To flush mount: • Cut a 64mm hole in the ceiling • Insert the mounting clip into the hole and carefully push the two fixings on the arms downwards until they grip firmly to the ceiling • Connect the pre-wired lead • Loosely push the unit into the clip and setup as instructed below • Push the unit fully into the mounting clip.

INSTALLATION 1. Make sure the load is connected and in working order. 2. Isolate the mains supply to the circuit at the main consumer unit. 3. Connect the controller via the lead as per the diagram. Note that the essential supply, where used, should be connected to circuit 1. 4. Set the LUX level to maximum and the time to minimum. 5. Switch the mains supply back on at the distribution board. 6. The load should come on immediately. 7. Vacate the room or remain very still and wait for the load to switch off (should take no more than 2 minutes). 8. Check that the load switches on when movement is detected. 9. To set the final LUX level wait until the level of natural daylight is just enough that lighting is required. Starting with the LUX control fully clockwise (at minimum), very slowly turn the control anti-clockwise until the lights come on. Note that when the LUX control is at maximum then the lights will always come on with occupancy. IR control: LUX setting can be done using the lux up and lux down buttons 10. Set the time required. 11. Push the unit fully into the mounting clip. 12. IR control: the override on button turns the unit on permanently; the override off button turns the unit off permanently; the cancel button cancels the overrides. When an override is selected an LED will flash inside the unit.

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Presence Detector EBD-SPIR-2CH 40.0 Flush mounting clip

64.0 7m

Mounting hole

Plan View

2.8m

Side elevation

Area of high sensitivity Area of low sensitivity

7m

LUX level

SPECIFICATION Lux

Time

Min Max

Min Max

Load CCT 1

Brown

Load CCT 2

Black

Neutral CCT 1 Load CCT 1 Load CCT 2 Neutral CCT 2

Blue Red

Yellow

PART NUMBERS EBD-SPIR-2CH-COM Ceiling mounted presence detector with 3m lead, 2 circuit switching EBD-SPIR-2CH-LUX Ceiling mounted presence detector with 3m lead, 1 circuit occupancy + lux, 1 circuit occupancy only EBD-SPIR-2CH-COM/NC Ceiling mounted presence detector with 3m lead, 2 circuit switching, normally closed fail safe contacts EBD-SPIR-2CH-LUX/NC Ceiling mounted presence detector with 3m lead, 1 circuit occupancy + lux, 1 circuit occupancy only, normally closed fail safe contacts

LOAD (per circuit) 8 Amp resistive and incandescent lighting 6 Amp fluorescent lighting 3 Amp compact fluorescent lighting 3 Amp low energy lighting 3 Amp low voltage lighting (switch primary of transformer) Fluorescent lighting (max 6 fittings recommended) For fluorescent lighting total power factor correction capacitance must not exceed 40μF. 3 Amp fans and ventilation equipment Switch SON lighting loads via a contactor SUPPLY VOLTAGE

220-240 Volts AC 50 Hz Both circuits must be on the same phase

TIME OUT PERIOD

Adjustable 10 seconds to 30 minutes

LIGHT LEVEL

Light to Dark

FIXING METHOD

Flush fixing in 64mm hole using clip provided Surface fixing using optional surface box part no.Dbb

MATERIAL

Flame retardant nylon and ABS

TYPE

Class 2

TEMPERATURE

-10°C to 35°C

CONFORMITY

EMC-89/336/EEC LVD-73/23/EEC

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4.6

Presence Detector EBD-SPIR

10.4

DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION The EBD-SPIR series of presence detector switches are designed to provide automatic control of lighting, heating or ventilation loads. They detect movement using a PIR sensor and turn the load on. When an area is no longer occupied the load will switch off after an adjustable time out period. An adjustable internal light sensor provides additional energy saving in lighting applications. When an area is occupied lighting is only switched on when the level of natural light is below a preset level. When the unit is first powered up the PIR sensor will always detect immediately regardless of whether the room is occupied. An optional IR sensor in the unit allows the lux settings to be changed and the sensor to be overridden using a remote control handset (part no: UHS).

WIRING AND FIXING Wire the EBD-SPIR products as in the diagram. To switch from more than one position simply wire two or more units in parallel. The detector should be sited so that the occupants of the room fall inside the detection pattern shown overleaf, at a recommended height of 2.8m on the ceiling. Note that the lower the sensor is installed the smaller the detection range will be, subject to the parameters shown on the diagram. • Avoid direct sunlight entering the sensor. • Do not site within 1m of forced air heating or ventilation. • Do not site within 1m of any lighting. • Do not fix to a vibrating surface. To flush mount: • Cut a 64mm hole in the ceiling • Insert the mounting clip into the hole and carefully push the two fixings on the arms downwards until they grip firmly to the ceiling • Detach the mains cover, connect and replace the cover • Loosely push the unit into the clip and setup as instructed in diagram • Push the unit fully into the mounting clip. To surface mount: • Screw the optional surface mounting straight to the ceiling or to a BESA box • Detach the mains cover and connect

59.2

76.0

• Loosely push the unit into the clip and setup • Do not re-fit the mains cover, push the unit into the back box and secure with the screw. Warning. This device works at mains potential. Be sure to take care when working with electricity. 1. Make sure the load is connected and in working order. 2. Isolate the mains supply to the circuit at the main consumer unit. 3. Connect the controller via the terminal block. Live supply to the L terminal, Neutral to the N terminal and the load to the LIVE OUT terminal. 4. Set the LUX level to maximum and the time to minimum 5. Push on the mains cover (flush only) and loosely mount the unit. 6. Switch the mains supply back on at the distribution board. 7. The load should come on immediately. 8. Vacate the room or remain very still and wait for the load to switch off (should take no more than 2 minutes). 9. Check that the load switches on when movement is detected. 10. To set the final LUX level wait until the level of natural daylight is just enough that lighting is required. Starting with the LUX control fully clockwise (at minimum), very slowly turn the control anti-clockwise until the lights come on. Note that when the LUX control is at maximum then the lights will always come on with occupancy. IR version only: LUX setting can be done using the lux up and lux down buttons 11. Set the time required. 12. Push the unit fully into the mounting clip or back box. 13. IR version only: the override on button turns the unit on permanently; the override off button turns the unit off permanently; the cancel button cancels the overrides. When an override is selected an LED will flash inside the unit. Load

Live

Neutral Circuit protection (if required)

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Lux

Time


Presence Detector EBD-SPIR

40.0

64.0 Side Elevation

Plan View

Mounting hole

Flush mounting clip

2.8m

Optional surface mounting back box 65.0

50.0

Area of high sensitivity Area of low sensitivity

60.0

76.0

7m

7m

FAULT FINDING LOAD DOES NOT COME ON Check to see if the live supply to the circuit is good. Strap across the L and LIVE OUT terminal to turn the load on. If the supply and wiring are good, check the LUX level setting. Increase the LUX level setting to allow the controller to turn on at higher ambient natural light level. If the detection range is smaller than expected, check the diagram above. Rotating the sensor slightly may improve the range. LIGHTS DO NOT GO OFF Ensure that the area is left unoccupied for longer than the selected timer setting. Make sure that the sensor is not adjacent to circulating air, heaters or lamps.

SPECIFICATION LOAD 8 Amp resistive and incandescent lighting 6 Amp fluorescent lighting 3 Amp compact fluorescent lighting 3 Amp low energy lighting 3 Amp low voltage lighting (switch primary of transformer) Fluorescent lighting (max 6 fittings recommended) For fluorescent lighting total power factor correction capacitance must not exceed 40F. 3 Amp fans and ventilation equipment Switch SON lighting loads via a contactor

SUPPLY VOLTAGE

220-240 Volts AC 50 Hz

TIME OUT PERIOD

Adjustable 10 seconds to 30 minutes

LIGHT LEVEL

Light to dark

FIXING METHOD

Flush fixing in 64mm hole

using clip provided

Surface fixing using optional

surface box part no. DBB

TERMINAL CAPACITY 2.5mm2

PART NUMBERS EBD-SPIR

Ceiling mounted presence detector

EBD-SPIR/IR

Ceiling mounted presence detector

with IR sensor

DBB

Surface mounting back box

MATERIAL

Flame retardant ABS, fixing clip polypropylene

TYPE

Class 2

TEMPERATURE

-10째C to 35째C

CONFORMITY

EMC-89/336/EEC LVD-73/23/EEC

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Presence Detector EBD-SPIR-DD Direct Dim Dimming Ceiling Presence Detector The detector can be set using either integral presets or by using a separate handset for more detailed functions. Please note: Direct Dim detectors can control up to 20 dimming ballasts

DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION Direct Dim is a ceiling mounted presence detector that offers presence detection and dimming control in one simple unit. A host of energy saving features are combined in Direct Dim to provide a simple cost effective solution to energy efficiency.

APPLICATIONS • Commercial Offices • Education • Public buildings

Offering presence detection via passive infrared, Direct Dim provides a DSI or DALI dimming output in addition to a switched relay output. The dimming channel of the detector can be used to control the light output of luminares that are fitted with dimming ballasts. The detector measures the overall light level in the detection area and calculates the correct output for the luminares, to achieve a preset lux level. The two outputs can operate together or independently, allowing one output to be dimmed whilst the other output is switched. Two switch inputs are included to allow manual control: for example absence detection on either channel; dimming up/down; or override on/off. The use of a two position switch allows simple dimming up and down.

KEY FEATURES AND BENEFITS Absence detection

Enhanced energy saving

Daylight linking

Constant light level

Dual output

Flexible control

Manual switch inputs User override Manual dimming

Adjustable light output

Integral setup

Quick commissioning

User handset (optional) Allows user to override the detector Scene setting

User comfort

ORDER CODE DESCRIPTION TIME DELAY LOAD RATING AT 230VAC Incandescent Fluorescent Compact Fluorescent EBD-SPIR-DD Direct dimming presence detector DSI/DALI 15 sec-30 min 8A 6A 4A DD-LCDHS Programming handset for Direct Dim detectors UHS User handset override on/off; lux up/lux down Please note: For 1-10V analogue dimming UHS3 User handset override on/off applications refer to our website DBB Surface mounting back box

QUICK FIT INSTALLATION 1. Ceiling Tile The detector can be mounted into a ceiling tile using a flush mounting clip which comes as standard. This can be adjusted to suit different depths of ceiling tile. 2. Surface Mounting The detector can be surface mounted using the optional surface mounting box (part number DBB), which mounts onto a BESA box or directly onto the ceiling surface. Knockouts are provided for mini trunking access.

1

1. Cut hole and mount flush mounting clip

2. Set timing and light level and plug in connections

3. Fix into ceiling clip

2

1. Mount surface box onto the ceiling, and remove mini trunking knockout

2. Set timing and light level and plug trunking knockout

3. Fix iinto detector box

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Presence Detector MWS-3DD Multi-Sense Dimming Microwave Presence Detector

DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION Direct Dim is a ceiling mounted presence detector that offers presence detection and dimming control in one simple unit. A host of energy saving features are combined in Direct Dim to provide a simple cost effective solution to energy efficiency. Offering superior multi sense presence detection via microwave, Direct Dim provides a DSI or a DALI dimming output in addition to a switched relay output.

APPLICATIONS • School classrooms • Colleges • Universities • Public buildings • Retail • Commercial offices ■

The dimming channel of the detector can be used to control the light output of luminaires that are fitted with dimming ballasts. The detector measures the overall light level in the detection area and calculates the correct output for the luminares, to achieve preset lux level The two outputs can operate together or independently, allowing an output to be dimmed whilst the other output is switched. Two switch inputs are included to allow manual control, for example absence detection on either channel or dimming up/down or override on/off. The use of a two position switch allows simple dimming up and down. The detector can be set up using either integral presets or by utilizing a separate handset for the more detailed functions.

ORDER CODE DESCRIPTION TIME DELAY MWS-3DD Direct Dim microwave 15 sec- 30 min presence detector DSI/DALI DD-LCDHS Programming handset for 15 sec- 30 min Direct Dim detectors UHS User handset override on/off, lux up, lux down UHS3 User handset override on/off UK Patented. No. 0411069.8

KEY FEATURES AND BENEFITS Absence detection

Enhanced energy saving

Daylight linking Dual output

Constant light level Flexible control

Manual switch inputs User override Manual dimming

Adjustable light output

Integral setup

Quick commissioning

User handset (optional) Allows user to override the detector Scene setting

User comfort

LOAD RATING AT 230VAC Resistive

Incandescent Fluorescent Compact Fluorescent

10A

10A

10A

10A

10A

10A

10A

10A

Please note: For 1-10V analogue dimming applications refer to our website

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Presence Detector DD Wiring Diagrams WIRING DIAGRAMS Two channel, common switch Functions: Switches both channels with occupancy. Maintains illuminance, dims and switches the dimming channel and switches the other channel using single position and retractive switch.

Configured to absence detection: Press and release up switch to turn on Maintains illuminance (dimming channel only). Press and release down switch to turn off. Press and hold up switch to dim up, press and hold down switch to dim down. Turns off after occupancy.

Configured to presence detection: Turns on automatically with occupancy. Maintains illuminance (dimming channel only). Press and release down switch to turn off. Press and release up switch to turn back on. Press and hold up switch to dim up, press and hold switch to dim down. Turns off after occupancy.

Channel mode: Set to “Switch and dim separately”. Switch mode: Set to “2 position switch together”

Circuit protection (If required) Live

L L/OUT N SW1/UP SW2/DOWN DIM+ DIMDD Sensor

Neutral

Dimming Ballast

Dimming Luminaire (DSI or DALI)

Luminaire (Non-dimming)

Centre biased retractive switch (240V switching) Please note that the centre biased retractive switch will provide control for the dimming lumaires(s) only. The non-dimming luminaires(s) will be controlled only by the sensor

Single channel switching Functions: Switches channel 1 only with occupancy. optional overide switch. No dimming output. Configured to presence detection: Turns on automatically with occupancy. Press and release down switch to turn off. Press and release up switch to turn back on. Turns off after occupancy.

Configured to absence detection: Press and release up switch to turn on. Press and release down switch to turn off. Turns off after occupancy. Channel mode: Set to “Switch only”. Switch mode: Set to “2 position switch together”. Note: a single position switch can be used instead to toggle output, set to “1 position switch separate”. Circuit protection (If required) Live

L L/OUT N

Neutral

SW1/UP SW2/DOWN DIM+ DIMDD Sensor

Centre biased retractive switch (240V switching) Luminaire (Non-dimming)

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Presence Detector DD Wiring Diagrams WIRING DIAGRAMS Single channel dimming Functions: Switches the luminaire with occupancy and maintains illuminance. Dims and switches using optional centre biased retractive (MK K4900 or similar).

Configured to absence detection: Press and release up switch to turn on. Maintains illuminance. Press and release down switch to turn off. Press and hold up switch to dim up, press and hold down switch to dim down. Turns off after occupancy.

Configured to presence detection: Turns on automatically with occupancy. Maintains illuminance. Press and release down switch to turn off. Press and release up switch to turn back on. Press and hold up switch to dim up, press and hold switch to dim down. Turns off after occupancy.

Channel mode: Set to “Switch and dim together”. Switch mode: Set to “2 position switch together”

Circuit protection (If required) Live

L L/OUT N SW1/UP SW2/DOWN DIM+ DIMDD Sensor

Neutral

Dimming Ballast

Dimming Luminaire (DSI or DALI)

Centre biased retractive switch (240V switching)

Two channel, individual switches Functions: Switches the luminaire with occupancy. Maintains illuminance, dims and switches the dimming channel using optional single position retractive (switch 2). Switches the switching channel using the optional single position retractive switch (switch 1). Configured to presence detection: Turns on automatically with occupancy. Maintains illuminance (dimming channel only). Press and release switch to toggle output. Press and hold switch to dim up and down (reverses direction with each press). turns off after occupancy.

Configured to absence detection: Press and release switch to turn on. Maintains illuminance (dimming channel only). Press and release switch to turn off. Press and hold switch to dim up and down )reverses direction with each press). Turns off after occupancy. Channel mode: Set to “Switch and dim separately”. Switch mode: Set to “1 position switch separate”

Circuit protection (If required) Live

L L/OUT N SW1/UP SW2/DOWN DIM+ DIMDD Sensor

Neutral

Switch 1 - Momentry push to make switch (240V switching)

Dimming Ballast

1 Dimming Luminaire (DSI or DALI)

Switch 2 - Momentry push to make switch (240V switching)

Luminaire (Non-dimming) 2

Please note that the dimming signal is used to switch the dimming luminaire on/off and therefore the 240V feed to the luminaire fitting must come from the permanent live supply

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Presence Detector MWS3 Microwave DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION The MWS3 presence detectors are designed to provide automatic control of lighting, heating or ventilation loads. The MWS3 detects movement using a highly sensitive microwave detector. This works by emitting low power microwave signals and measuring the reflections as the signals bounce of moving objects. The MWS3 has a unique adjustable sensor head that allows the area of detection to be optimised for the application. When movement is detected the load is turned on. When an area is no longer occupied the load will switch of after an adjustable time out period. An internal light sensor provides additional energy savings in lighting applications. When an area is occupied lighting is only switched on when the level of natural light is below a preset level. An integral IR sensor in the unit allows the unit to be commissioned, and used in conjunction with a remote control handset (part no: UHS).

Open plan areas and offices: the unit can be mounted in a corner looking outwards in which case the sensor head should be angled . Or the unit can be mounted in the centre of the area with the sensor head flat. Note that the higher the sensor is installed the shorter the detection range will be. • Do not site within 1m of any lighting or ventilation equipment. • Do not fix to a vibrating surface. • Site as far away as possible from the surface of metal objects. To flush mount: • Cut a 86mm hole in the ceiling • Insert the mounting clip into the hole and carefully push the two fixings on the arms downwards until they grip firmly to the ceiling • Unscrew the back plate, connect (see below) and re-fix the back plate • Push the unit into the clip and setup as detailed To surface mount: • Unscrew the back plate and fix straight to the ceiling or to a BESA box • Connect and re-fix the back plate • Setup as instructed

WIRING AND FIXING 44.00

3.5

83.00

Ceiling Fixing Clip

N

Natural Load

100.00

40.00

Rapid Bus Connections

The detector should be sited so that the occupants of the room fall inside the detection pattern shown overleaf, at a recommended ceiling height of 2.8m. Corridors or aisles: the unit should be placed at the end of the corridor or aisle and the sensor head should be angled to look down the corridor or aisle.

Fully extended

86.00 Mounting hole

Wire the products as in the diagram, simply by connecting to the relevant port of the Rapid LCM using a Cat5 patch cord. An additional RJ45 connector is provided to daisy chain sensors together.

L/OUT L

Live Circuit Protection (if required)

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Presence Detector MWS3 Microwave FAULT FINDING SPECIFICATION

Load does not come on Check to see if the live supply to the circuit is good. Strap across the L and Live out terminal to turn the load on. If the supply and wiring are good, check the LUX level settings. Increase the LUX level setting to allow the controller to turn on at higher ambient natural light level. Lights do not go off Ensure that the area is left unoccupied for a greater time period than the time out period set using the switch. Make sure that the sensor is not adjacent to vibrating surfaces of objects. (e.g. ventilation equipment). The unit may pick up movement through thin partitions or walls. Reduce the sensitivity by turning the adjuster anticlockwise. The unit may pick up movement that occurs behind the sensor, Reduce the sensitivity by turning the adjuster. 1

See datasheet for Rapid LCM

4m

6m

8m 2.6m

22

Area of low sensitivity

6m

10m

30m

2.6m

Sensor head position set to 80°

Adjustable 15 seconds to 30 minutes

LIGHT LEVEL

Light to dark

Flush fixing in 86mm hole using clip provided Surface fixing using integral back plate

MATERIAL

Flame retardant ABS, fixing clip polypropylene

TYPE

Class 2

TEMPERATURE

-10°C to 35°C

SAFETY

The microwave radiation emitted by these units is extremely low power. At a distance of > 50mm the power density is <6% of the ANSI IEEE C95.1 –1991 recommended microwave power density. At a distance of 5mm from the unit it is <84% of recommended power density.

CONFORMITY

EMC-89/336/EEC LVD-73/23/EEC

Area of low sensitivity

5m

22m

16m Sensor head position set to 0° 2.6m

TIME OUT PERIOD

Area of high sensitivity

25m

3

220-240 Volts AC 50 Hz

TERMINAL CAPACITY 1.5mm

Area of high sensitivity

Sensor head position set to 80°

SUPPLY VOLTAGE

FIXING METHOD

25m

20m

6m

LOAD

1

Ideal for corridor or aisle applications

2

Ideal for corridor or aisle applications

3

Ideal for open plan areas and offices

Area of high sensitivity Area of low sensitivity

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40

115

15

The MWS4 long range microwave presence detector is designed to provide automatic control of lighting, heating or ventilation loads over large areas - typically up to 60m- making it ideal for warehouses, sports halls and corridors. The MWS4 detects movement using a highly sensitive microwave detector. This works by emitting low power microwave signals and measuring the reflections as the signals bounce of moving objects. The MWS4 has a bracket that allows the area of detection to be optimised for the application. An internal light sensor provides additional energy saving in lighting applications. When an area is occupied lighting is only switched on when the level of natural light is below a preset level. An integral IR sensor in the unit allows the lux settings to be changed and the sensor to be overridden using a remote control handset (part no: UHS). Two models are available: MWS4 - allows an external LUX sensor to inhibit the output. When the lux input terminals are closed, the output will no longer turn on. MWS4-ABS - has an absence detection input. The unit will turn on only when the absence input is closed. The output will be kept on with occupancy and turn off automatically. If the input is pressed again during occupancy, the output will reset. Only momentary switches can be used.

WIRING AND FIXING Wire the products as in the diagram. To switch from more than one position simply wire two or more units in parallel to achieve two way and intermediate switching. The detector should be sited so that the occupants of the room fall inside the detection pattern shown overleaf. Corridors or aisles: the unit should be placed at the end of the corridor or aisle and the sensor head should be angled to look down the corridor or aisle. Open plan areas and offices: the unit should be mounted in a corner looking outwards and the sensor head should be angled. Note that the higher the sensor is installed the shorter the detection range will be. • Do not site within 2m of any lighting or ventilation equipment. • Do not fix to a vibrating surface. • Site as far away as possible from the surface of metal objects. • Use a suitable cable gland for cable entries to preserve the IP rating of the unit • The bracket must be fixed tightly to a flat surface

130

DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION

115

178

Presence Detector MWS4- Long Range

60

INSTALLATION

130 170

1. Make sure the load is connected and in working order. 2. Isolate the mains supply to the circuit at the main consumer unit. 3. Connect the controller via the terminal block. Live supply to the L terminal, Neutral to the N terminal. 4. The output contact is an isolated contact. If required loop the Live feed to one of the terminals and take the output from the other terminal. 5. MWS4 only-connect an external lux sensor to the LUX INPUT terminal if using. This must be an isolated contact. When the contact is made, the output will be inhibited. 6. MWS4-ABS only-connect a momentary switch to the ABSENCE INPUT terminal. This must be an isolated switch. 7. Set the LUX level adjuster fully clockwise, the time to minimum (fully anticlockwise) and the sensitivity to maximum (fully clockwise) using the diagram. 8. Apply power-the load should come on immediately. 9. Vacate the room or remain very still and wait for the load to switch off (should take no more than 2 minutes). Check that the load switches on when movement is detected. 10. To set the LUX level wait until the level of natural daylight is just enough that lighting is required. Starting with the LUX adjuster fully anti-clockwise. Very slowly turn the adjuster clockwise until the lights come on. Note that when the LUX adjuster is fully clockwise then the lights will always come on with occupancy. IR handset: LUX setting can be done using the lux up and lux down buttons—press SET first. 11. Select the time out range using the adjuster, fully clockwise is the maximum. 12. The area of detection can be varied by altering the angle of the sensor head and the sensitivity adjuster. Note: on maximum sensitivity this unit is extremely sensitive to movement and may detect through thin walls or partitions. If this causes a problem reduce the sensitivity by turning the adjuster anticlockwise. 13. IR handset: the override on button turns the unit on permanently; the override off button turns the unit off permanently; the cancel button cancels the overrides. When an override is selected an LED will flash inside the unit.

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Presence Detector MWS4-Long Range Area of high sensitivity 18m

Plan View

Side Elevation

5m

3.5m

10m

Area of low sensitivity

60m 60m

FAULT FINDING LOAD DOES NOT COME ON Check to see if the live supply to the circuit is good. If the supply and wiring are good, check the LUX level setting. Increase the LUX level setting to allow the controller to turn on at higher ambient natural light level. LIGHTS DO NOT GO OFF Ensure that the area is left unoccupied for a greater time period than the time out period set using the switch. Make sure that the sensor is not adjacent to vibrating surfaces or objects (e.g. ventilation equipment). The unit may pick up movement through thin partitions or walls. Reduce the sensitivity by turning the adjuster anticlockwise. The unit may pick up movement that occurs behind the sensor. Reduce the sensitivity by turning the adjuster anticlockwise.

PART NUMBERS MWS4 MWS4-ABS

Long range microwave presence detector Long range microwave presence detector with absence detection input

SPECIFICATION 10A of lighting and or ventilation including incandescent, fluorescent, compact fluorescent, low voltage (switch primary of transformer). SUPPLY VOLTAGE

220-240 Volts AC 50 Hz

TIME OUT PERIOD

Adjustable 15 seconds to 30 minutes

LIGHT LEVEL

Light to Dark

FIXING METHOD

Surface fixing using

bracket provided

TERMINAL CAPACITY 1.5mm2 MATERIAL

Polystyrene

TYPE

Class 2

TEMPERATURE

-10°C to 35°C

SAFTEY

The microwave radiation emitted by these units is extremely low power. At a distance of > 50mm the power density is <15% of the ANSI IEEE C95.1 –1991 recommended microwave power density. At a distance of 20mm from the unit it is <75% of recommended power density.

CONFORMITY

EMC-89/336/EEC LVD-73/23/EEC

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Presence Detector MWS5 Microwave

Sensor Head Details Sensor lead

40mm

18mm Connection for sensor lead

1mm

4mm holes on 110mm centres

Live in Live out Neutral

Fixing lug for gear tray fixing

Fixing lug for gear tray fixing

142m

37mm

1mm

39mm D+ (Dim+) D- (Dim-)

Function button

22mm

Power Supply Unit Details

Adjustment button Lens

DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION The MWS5 series of miniature microwave presence detector switches are designed to provide automatic control of lighting loads. The MWS5 detects movement using a highly sensitive microwave detector. This works by emitting low power microwave signals and measuring the reflections as the signals interact with moving objects. Microwave radiation penetrates plastic and glass allowing this sensor to be mounted inside a luminaire. Mounting Options The MWS5 has been designed for ceiling mounted or wall mounted applications, and is specifically suited for mounting inside luminaires. The product consists of the following parts: • Sensor head with integral 300mm sensor lead • Power supply unit • Flange mount bracket (supplied with sensor head) • Surface mount base plate (supplied with sensor head) The sensor head can be wall or ceiling mounted using the surface mount base plate. It can be fitted inside luminaires on the gear tray using the integral fixing lugs; on the rear side of a diffuser using the flange mount bracket; or through the front face of a fitting using the flange mount bracket. The power supply unit is a low profile ballast-sized enclosure suitable for gear tray mounting. Adjustment Adjustments can be made to timing, lux and sensitivity using two small pushbuttons on the face of the sensor head. When adjustment is required, the functions are displayed via different coloured LED’s behind the sensor head lens. An optional user handset can be used on IR versions to adjust the lux levels and provides a user override.

Modes of Operation There are three modes of operation: Presence Detection When movement is detected the load is turned on. When the area is no longer occupied the load will switch off after the adjustable time out period has lapsed. An integral, adjustable light sensor will prevent the load being turned on when there is sufficient ambient light. In this mode an optional latching override switch can be connected to the D+ and D– terminals to provide an override off. Absence Detection The load is manually switched on using a momentary switch which is connected to the D+ and D– terminals. When the area is no longer occupied the load will switch off after the adjustable time out period has lapsed. If the switch contact is closed whilst the load is on, it will turn off immediately. The presence and absence mode can be selected as part of the set-up procedure. Dimming Dimming versions of the MWS5 are available to provide maintained illuminance. An internal light sensor measures the light level and adjusts the output of the luminaries to maintain a constant, adjustable lux level. Note that this function only works with fluorescent fittings that have either 1-10V or DSI ballasts. When using the dimming sensor, care must be taken to ensure that the sensor head cannot directly see the lamps that it is controlling. Switching The MWS5 power supply unit contains a high power relay capable of directly switching most types of lighting load. For applications that require multiple luminaires to be switched using one sensor, the switched live output can power as many luminaires as required subject to the maximum current rating. It may be necessary to connect the MWS5 output to a terminal strip for distribution to other fittings.

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Presence Detector MWS5 Microwave

Wiring for Non-Dimming Applications

Circuit Protection (if required)

Sensor Head

Live in

INSTALLATION AND SET UP

L

Load

Neutral Function button

Adjustment button

L/Out N

Use mains rated cable for external wiring Manual switch (optional) Presence detection mode: overide off use latching switch Absence detection mode: use momentary switch Sensor Head

Green LED = time Red LED = lux/absence setting indicator Yellow LED = sensitivity/presence setting indicator

L L/Out N

D+ D-

Sensor Head Display Wiring for Dimming Applications To Dimming Ballast

MOUNTING OPTIONS Direct attachment to gear tray using integral fixing lugs.

Surface mounting using the surface mount baseplate. 3.8mm countersunk holes on 25mm centres for fixing screws (not supplied)

19mm 11mm clearance hole in centre for sensor lead and connector

Clearance holes for gear tray fixing lugs on sensor lead 25mm

4mm holes on 19mm centres for fixing lugs

Surface Mount Baseplate Details

Clearance hole for sensor lead

Hole Fixing Details for Gear Tray Fixing

Fixing lug for gear tray fixing

5.5mm

Sensor lead Fixing lug for gear tray fixing

4 cutouts available in top-edge for sensor lead 39.5mm

18mm

Snap-on lugs to attach sensor head

37mm

1mm

Flange Mount Bracket Detail

39mm

25mm max

1mm

Flush fitting behind luminaire diffuser using the flange mount bracket

Flush fitting through gear tray or front face using the flange mount bracket Glue the flange mount bracket on to the rear of the plate, and fasten the sensor head in place using the two shorter bracket clips. Before gluing, please ensure that the glue used is compatible with both the acrylic flange mount bracket and the front face material.

19mm high bracket clips for mounting on rear of diffuser

21mm max

Flange Mount Bracket Detail

50mm

18mm high bracket clips for flush mounting

50mm

19mm

Clip sensor head in place using longer bracket clips

Flush fitting the sensor head using the flange bracket

Clip sensor head in place using shorter bracket clips Fix flange bracket to rear of front face

18mm

18mm high bracket clips for flush mounting

Fitting the sensor head behind a diffuser using the flange bracket

Front face of fitting 1mm thick (max)

1mm

19mm high bracket clips for mounting on rear of diffuser

Fix flange bracket to rear of diffuser

Light fitting diffuser

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37.5mm hole in front face for flush fitting

37.5mm


Presence Detector MWS5 Microwave INSTALLATION AND SET UP Siting the sensor The sensor head should be sited so that the occupants of the room fall inside the detection pattern shown overleaf. Please note that the higher the sensor is installed the shorter the detection range will be. • Do not site within 1m of any ventilation equipment. • Do not fix to a vibrating surface. • Keep metal objects as far away as possible from the face of the sensor head, as they will detrimentally affect the detection pattern of the product. Connection • Connect the power supply via the terminal block on the power supply unit. Live supply to the L terminal, Neutral to the N terminal and the load to the LIVE OUT terminal. • Connect the sensor head to the power supply unit using the connector, ensuring it clicks in place. • Non-dimming applications: a switch can be connected to the D+ and D- terminals. For presence detection this is an override off switch and should be latching; for absence detection it should be momentary action. Note that any cables that are connected to manual switches must be mains rated to comply with IEE wiring regulations. • Dimming applications: connect the D+ (dimming up) and D- (dimming down) connections to the corresponding terminals on the dimming ballast. • On power up, the load should come on immediately. • Vacate the room or remain very still and wait for the load to switch off (on the factory preset, this should take approximately 15 minutes, but the timing out period can be adjusted down to 1 minute to speed up the set-up procedure). • Check that the load switches on when movement is detected. Adjustment Time, Lux and Sensitivity • Press and hold either button for at least 5 seconds then release: one of the LED’s positioned behind the lens will flash to show which function has been selected. • The LED will flash a number of times (between 1 and 7) to indicate the current setting (minimum = 1 flash, maximum = 7 flashes). • To change between Time (green), Lux (red) and Sensitivity (yellow) press and release the function button until the required LED shows.

• When the function has been selected press the adjustment button to increase the setting by 1 step. Pressing the button after reaching 7 flashes will return the setting to 1 flash. • Time settings are as follows: 1 flash = 1 minute; 2 flashes = 5 min.; 3 flashes = 10 min.; 4 flashes = 15 min.; 5 flashes = 20 min.; 6 flashes = 25 min.; 7 flashes = 30 min. • Lux settings: 1 flash turns on when very dark ; 7 flashes turns on regardless of ambient light. • Sensitivity: 1 flash minimum; 7 flashes maximum. • After finishing adjustment, the LED will show the new setting 5 times and then return to operational mode. Default settings • Pressing and hold both buttons together : after 3 seconds the green LED lights. Release immediately to restore the factory settings as follows: • Presence Detection mode • Time = 15 minutes • Lux = level 7 • Sensitivity = level 6 Mode • To check the mode press and hold both buttons together: after 3 seconds the green LED lights— leave the buttons pressed. After a further 3 seconds the following LEDs will light: Green/Yellow = Presence Detection mode Green/Red = Absence detection mode • To accept the current mode release the buttons immediately. • To change the mode keep the buttons pressed for another 5 seconds until the LEDs change, then release. IR Handset • The IR handset can be used to adjust the lux level setting—press the LUX UP or LUX DOWN buttons. • To override the sensor permanently off press the OFF button—the red LED will light. • To override the sensor permanently on press the ON button—the green LED will light. • To cancel an override press the CANCEL button.

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MWS5 Microwave Product Data

Area of high sensitivity

Area of low sensitivity

8m

12m

5m

Ceiling mounting Plan view

Wall mounting Plan view The ceiling sensor will cover a floor area of approximately 8 metres diameter at an installed sensor height of 2.4 metres. Installing the sensor head behind a diffuser will reduce the detection range by approximately 10%. Measurements taken at maximum sensitivity.

FAULT FINDING LOAD DOES NOT COME ON Check to see if the live supply to the circuit is good. Strap across the L and LIVE OUT terminal to ensure that the load turns on. If the supply and wiring are good, check the LUX level setting. Increase the LUX level setting to allow the controller to turn on at higher ambient natural light level. LIGHTS DO NOT GO OFF Ensure that the area is left unoccupied for a greater time period than the time out period set. Make sure that the sensor is not adjacent to vibrating surfaces or objects (e.g. ventilation equipment). The unit may pick up movement through thin partitions or walls. Reduce the sensitivity by adjusting the sensitivity function down.

PART NUMBERS MWS5 MWS5-IR MWS5-D MWS5-DSI MWS5-PSU MWS5-PSU-D MWS5-PSU-DSI UHS UHS-3

Microwave sensor head Microwave sensor head c/w IR override Microwave sensor head for 1-10V dimming output c/w IR override Microwave sensor head for digital DSI dimming output c/w IR override Power supply unit Power supply unit with 1-10V dimming output Power supply unit with digital DSI dimming output User handset override on/off, lux up, lux down User handset override on/off

SPECIFICATION LOAD 6 Amps fluorescent and incandescent lighting. 3 Amps compact fluorescent lighting. 3 Amps low energy lighting. 3 Amps low voltage lighting (switch primary of transformer). Dimming output power supply versions - up to 10 dimming ballasts. Switch SON lighting loads via a contactor. SUPPLY VOLTAGE 220-240 Volts AC 50 Hz TIME OUT PERIOD Adjustable 1 minute to 30 minutes (stepped) LIGHT LEVEL Light to Dark FIXING METHOD Surface fixing-see instructions Flush fixing-see instructions TERMINAL CAPACITY 1.0mm2 MATERIAL Sensor head & surface mount baseplate - Flame retardant ABS Power supply unit housing - Glass filled PA (Polyamide) Flange mount bracket & lens - PMMA (Clear Acrylic) TYPE Class 2 TEMPERATURE -10°C to 80°C SAFTEY The microwave radiation emitted by these units is extremely low power. At a distance of > 50mm the power density is<6% of the ANSI IEEE C95.1 –1991 recommended microwave power density. At a distance of 5mm from the unit it is <84% of recommended power density. CONFORMITY EMC-89/336/EEC LVD-73/23/EEC

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