0061 RF Occupancy Or Vacancy Sensor Person Manual Lutron Electronics
Check with that product’s set up sheet for instructions. Twist and remove mounting bracket to insert battery. Product Description Lutron’s ceiling-mounted Occupancy Sensors are wireless, battery-powered, passive infrared (PIR) gadgets that automatically management lights through RF communication with a dimming or switching gadget. These Sensors detect the heat from folks shifting inside an space to determine when the space is occupied. The Sensors then transmit the appropriate commands to the associated dimming or switching system to turn the lights on or off automatically, offering each convenience and distinctive energy financial savings. Sensor doesn't carry out satisfactorily from this location, it may be moved to 1.4 Ifanother location by pulling the Sensor straight down and repeating steps 1.3 and 1.4. 1.5 If the Sensor’s efficiency is passable, it should be completely connected to the ceiling tile, as described in section G. Everlasting Mounting. Temporary Strong Ceiling Mounting Use this procedure if the Sensor can be mounted on a solid, steady ceiling surface corresponding to drywall, plaster, concrete, or wooden. Two 3M™ Command™ adhesive strips are provided for quickly mounting and testing the Sensor on easy, stable ceiling surfaces. These strips are designed for easy, damagefree elimination and usually are not reusable. These strips shouldn't be used for completely mounting the Sensor (see section G. Permanent Mounting ). Fastidiously observe the removal instructions below to ensure the ceiling will not be broken during removal. Notice: Don't use the adhesive strips on ceiling tiles, as they are going to probably trigger damage to the tile upon elimination. Simple-to-follow Directions Set-Up To ensure that the Sensor to operate correctly, it must first be arrange with a corresponding dimming or switching gadget. The procedure for organising a Sensor with a Maestro Wireless® (MRF2- solely) Dimmer or Digital Change is detailed beneath. P/N 041-172a 2.1 Peel the crimson "Command Strips" liner off of one of many adhesive strips and apply the strip to the flat aspect of the mounting bracket as proven within the diagram. Note: Do not cowl the bracket’s screw holes because they will be used to mark screw hole places on the ceiling. Establishing a Sensor with a Maestro Wireless Dimmer or Digital Change Dimmer Key Options · Low Upkeep. 10-year battery life. Handy low-battery indicator. · Multiple Units. Up to 3 Sensors can work collectively to regulate lights for broader protection in large areas. Each Sensor could also be added to as much as 10 receiving devices. Sensor Operation Occupancy Model - The Sensor will mechanically turn the lights on when the area is occupied and robotically turn the lights off after the area is vacated. The Sensor will mechanically flip the lights off after the house is vacated. There is a constructed-in 15-second vacancy grace interval that begins when the lights are automatically turned off, throughout which the lights will automatically flip back on in response to motion. This grace period is provided as a safety and convenience feature in the occasion that the lights flip off whereas the room remains to be occupied, so that the user does not have to manually turn the lights back on. After 15 seconds, the grace interval expires and the lights have to be manually turned on. This Sensor is part of a system and cannot be used to regulate a load and not using a appropriate dimming or switching device. Confer with the instruction sheets of the receiving machine(s) for installation information. The Sensor could also be installed up to 60 ft (18.3 m) away from the related dimming or switching device(s) if they are in direct line of sight. If there are walls or different barriers between the Sensor and receiving device(s), the Sensor should be located within 30 ft (9.1 m). Caution: This product must not be used to regulate gear which may create hazardous conditions, akin to entrapment, if operated by accident. Sensor in a location the place it has a broad view outdoors the meant area. If that is unavoidable, the lens will be masked to block the view of undesired areas (discuss with section I. Lens Masking). This guarantee is in lieu of all different specific warranties, and the implied guarantee of merchantability is limited to at least one year from purchase. This warranty doesn't cowl the price of set up, removal or reinstallation, or harm ensuing from misuse, abuse, or injury from improper wiring or installation. This guarantee doesn't cowl incidental or consequential damages. LUTRON’S Liability ON ANY Declare FOR DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE MANUFACTURE, SALE, Installation, Supply, OR USE OF THE UNIT SHALL Never EXCEED THE PURCHASE Price OF THE UNIT. This warranty gives you particular legal rights, and it's possible you'll produce other rights which differ from state to state. Some states don't enable the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or limitation on how lengthy an implied warranty could last, so the above limitations may not apply to you. Patents pending. Lutron, Maestro Wireless, and the Sunburst emblem are registered trademarks and Radio Powr Savr is a trademark of Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. ANSI is a registered trademark of the American Nationwide Requirements Institute. IEC is a trademark of the International Electrotechnical Fee. Made and printed in the U.S.A. 25/09/09 P/N 041-172 Rev. A eight ft (2.4 m) 18 x 18 ft (5.5 x 5.5 m) 13 ft (4.0 m) 9 ft (2.7 m) 20 x 20 ft (6.1 x 6.1 m) 14.5 ft (4.Four m) 10 ft (3.Zero m) 22 x 22 ft (6.7 x 6.7 m) 16 ft (4.9 m) 12 ft (3.7 m) 26 x 26 ft (7.9 x 7.9 m) 19 ft (5.8 m) Temporary Mounting Methods 1.1 1.2 Insert the ceiling tile mounting wire by the two smaller holes in the mounting bracket and substitute the mounting bracket. Mount Sensor to a ceiling tile by inserting the wire legs via the tile, making sure the Sensor is flush to the tile. Notice: Don't twist wire legs collectively. 1.2 After the Sensor has been briefly mounted, depart the Sensor in place on the tile and both take the tile down or remove an adjacent tile to achieve entry to the legs of the mounting wire on the back of the tile. Low Activity: That is essentially the most delicate setting and can detect very slight motions. That is the recommended setting, as it will work properly for almost all functions. It is right for spaces the place occupants will usually be seated for long intervals of time. Twist the wire legs together tightly so the mounting bracket stays snug against the tile. This setting is barely much less delicate than the Low Activity setting and can be utilized for spaces that expertise normal exercise. This is the least delicate setting and can be utilized for areas that may usually only experience large motions, such as foot visitors. The Low Exercise setting is the default and can perform best for most applications. Hardly ever, if the Sensor is positioned close to exterior noise sources resembling heating vents, air conditioning vents, or mild bulbs, it could flip the lights on with out occupancy or keep the lights on too long after vacancy. If this occurs, changing the sensitivity to Medium Activity or Excessive Exercise should resolve the problem. Substitute the tile. Everlasting Solid Ceiling Mounting 2.1 2.2 2.Three Advanced Set-Up Operation The advanced set-up is accessed through the use of the buttons on the back of the Sensor. Drill two 3/16 in (4.6 mm) pilot holes for the supplied screw anchors. Press the anchors into the holes and faucet flush with a hammer. To show the present setting, press and launch the desired button. An LED will illuminate briefly, indicating the present setting. Place the flat facet of the mounting bracket in opposition to the ceiling and set up the 2 supplied screws using a hand screwdriver. To regulate a setting, press and hold the specified button until the LED corresponding to the present setting begins flashing quickly, indicating the setting can now be adjusted. Each subsequent button press of less than 2 seconds will increment the mode to the following available setting. Urgent any of the other buttons will haven't any impact. To save lots of the selected setting, press and hold the button until the LED turns on solid, indicating the saved setting. Through the adjustment process, if there is no such thing as a exercise for 30 seconds, the LEDs will turn off and no settings will be saved. Note: Don't over-tighten. 2.Four Attach the Sensor to the mounting bracket by inserting and twisting in a clockwise path till the Sensor locks into place. To remove the bracket from the ceiling, grasp the elimination tab on the adhesive strip and pull the tab VERY SLOWLY straight across the ceiling, stretching the strip until the bracket releases from the ceiling. Discard the strip. Never pull the strip at an angle, as it might break or injury the ceiling surface. Note: Do not pull at an angle. Lens Masking (Non-obligatory) At any time when possible, the Sensor must be installed in a location the place it can not easily see into areas exterior the meant area, resembling hallways or adjoining rooms. If this case can't be averted, portions of the lens may be masked with the supplied labels to dam the Sensor’s view of the undesired areas. It is recommended to take away the Sensor from the mounting bracket before making use of Advanced Set-Up (Optional) the masking labels. The Sensor features several superior set-up modes. For nearly all of installations, the default settings will provide the best performance and you is not going to must utilize the advanced set-up. The Occupancy version of the Sensor has three adjustable advanced set-up modes: Timeout, Auto-On, and Sensitivity. The Vacancy-Only version has only two modes (Auto-On not obtainable). The default settings are listed below. The Sensor may be screwed onto the mounting bracket in several different orientations. Ensure to notice the Sensor’s orientation earlier than taking it down and exchange the Sensor in the identical orientation to ensure the intended area will get blocked. Outer lens sections correspond to the detection areas furthest away from the Sensor, while internal sections correspond to areas closer to the Sensor. Watch out when applying the labels to avoid creating gaps between adjacent masked sections. The Sensor may detect movement by inadvertent gaps. At all times (Occupancy version solely) Timeout 30 min 15 min 5 min Auto-On At all times Low light Disable Exercise Timeout 30 min 15 min 5 min Advanced Set-Up Modes Auto-On All the time Low gentle Disable Exercise Activity: Low Exercise Lens sections shown in white are masked with labels Timeout The Sensor will flip the lights off if no motion happens at some point of the timeout period. There are three available timeout settings: 5, 15, and 30 minutes. Lens Mask Lens sections proven in gray have not been masked Auto-On The automatic-on functionality of the Sensor can be adjusted to control how the lights reply upon initial occupancy. There are three available settings: Always, Low light, and Disable. All the time: The lights will at all times turn on. Testing Sensor Coverage With the Sensor mounted on the ceiling, press and launch the "Test: Sensor" button on the front of the system. The lens will glow briefly, indicating the test mode has been entered. Word: There's a heat-up interval of roughly forty seconds after the batteries are installed earlier than the check mode might be activated. If the button is pressed during this time, the lens will flash repeatedly till the heat-up interval is complete, after which the test mode will be routinely entered. Verify the protection area by strolling through the space and observing the lens. The lens will glow strong every time movement is detected. If the lens stays off throughout movement, the Sensor can't detect movement at that location. Press and release the "Test: Sensor" button again to exit the check mode. If the button will not be pressed, the test mode will mechanically day trip quarter-hour after being enabled, or 5 minutes after the final detected movement if the room is vacated. If the Sensor has significant trouble detecting movement in the course of the check, it must be moved to another location and retested. If the Sensor nonetheless has poor detection from the new location, confer with the Troubleshooting part. Temporary Drop Ceiling Mounting Use this process if the Sensor will be mounted on a ceiling tile. The ceiling tile mounting wire is offered for both short-term and everlasting mounting of the Sensor to drop ceilings composed of a number of tiles. It's designed to permit momentary mounting, testing, and repositioning (if mandatory) of the Sensor without damaging a ceiling tile. Once the Sensor’s closing position has been chosen, the mounting wire will be twisted to lock the Sensor in place permanently. If the Sensor coverage and wireless communication exams have been efficiently completed, use the mounting bracket as a template to mark the screw hole locations with a pencil. Word: Pull very slowly. Max. Room Dimensions Radius of Protection for Complete Protection at Floor In case you are unsure about accurately positioning the Sensor, the next momentary mounting and testing procedures are really helpful to confirm proper efficiency earlier than completely installing the Sensor. Sensor’s detection vary depends on the ceiling top, as shown in the table under. Discover: Do not disassemble, crush, puncture, or incinerate the batteries. Do not dispose of batteries in normal family waste. Please recycle, take to a proper battery disposal facility, or contact your local waste disposal provider relating to native restrictions on the disposal or recycling of batteries. O NOT mount the Sensor inside 4 ft (1.2 m) of HVAC vents or mild bulbs put in under the ceiling line. Hotter rooms might scale back the Sensor’s capability to detect occupants. Use solely excessive-high quality lithium batteries, measurement CR123, 3 V (ANSI-5018LC, IEC-CR17345). Do not use rechargeable batteries. Utilizing improperly rated batteries may injury the Sensor. For questions concerning the set up or operation of this product, name the Lutron Technical Assist Middle. Please present actual mannequin quantity when calling. U.S.A. and Canada (24 hrs / 7 days) Setting the Occupancy Light Degree (occupancy version, dimming gadgets only) the Sensor to the mounting bracket by inserting and twisting in a clockwise 2.5 Attach path until the Sensor locks into place. Sensor coverage and wireless communication tests as described in 2.6 Perform sections E. Testing Sensor Protection and F. Testing Wireless Communication. The Sensor needs to be installed in a location the place it has a superb view of all elements of the room. The Sensor requires line of sight to operate correctly. If you can not see the Sensor, it can't see you. The Sensor cannot see by glass objects reminiscent of patio or shower doorways. The range and performance of the RF system is highly dependent on quite a lot of advanced components corresponding to: · Distance between system parts · Geometry of the building structure · Development of partitions separating system components · Electrical gear positioned close to system parts Technical Assistance 2.2 Determine a location on the ceiling the place the Sensor can have an excellent view of the room. 2.Three Remove the black "wall side" liner from the adhesive strip. The Sensor is designed for ceiling use only. Don't set up on ceilings greater than 12 ft (3.7 m) or non-ceiling surfaces. Doing so might considerably inhibit the Sensor’s efficiency. 4. Do not paint Sensor. · · · · The "Lights On" and "Lights Off" buttons ought to now change the lights within the room on and off, respectively, when pressed. Repeat the above procedure to set up the Sensor with any extra devices. The Sensor is intended for indoor use only. Operate between 32 °F and 104 °F (zero °C and forty °C). 1.1 several seconds. Sensor that has been set up. After approximately 6 seconds, the lens will flash quickly several occasions, indicating the sunshine level has been saved. All Sensors set up with the Dimmer will now use the saved occupancy mild level. 2. Clear Sensor with a tender damp cloth solely. Don't use any chemical cleaners. Observe: This tools has been tested and located to adjust to the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to half 15 of the FCC guidelines. These limits are designed to provide cheap protection against harmful interference in a residential set up. This equipment generates, uses and may radiate radio frequency vitality and, if not put in and used in accordance with the directions, may trigger harmful interference to radio and tv reception, which will be decided by turning the tools off and on. The person is encouraged to try to right the interference by a number of of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the gear and receiver. Join the equipment into an outlet on a circuit completely different from that to which the receiver is connected. Seek the advice of the vendor or an skilled radio/Tv technician for assist. Caution: Modifications or modifications not expressly authorized by Lutron Electronics Co. may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC guidelines. This system must accept any interference received, together with interference which will trigger undesired operation. Swap 2.1 Set the Dimmer to the specified mild level for entering the room. 2.2 Save holding the "Lights On" button on the front of a Be aware: For either Sensor version, the lights can be manually turned off at any time by utilizing the dimming or switching system directly. Vital Notes or Add the Sensor to the Dimmer or Change by pressing and holding the "Lights Off" button on the entrance of the Sensor for approximately 6 seconds till the lens flashes briefly. The lights in the room will also flash three occasions, indicating the Sensor has been efficiently added. The Dimmer or Switch will exit set-up mode robotically. The sensitivity of the Sensor might be adjusted primarily based on the anticipated level of activity within the room. There are three out there exercise settings: Low Activity, Medium Activity, and Excessive Activity. Everlasting Drop Ceiling Mounting Be aware: Leave the removal tab exposed past the sting of the bracket so it may be accessed for removal later. 6 seconds until all LEDs on the gadget start flashing. Launch the faucet button. Sensor is detecting movement in areas that are not fascinating, similar to hallways or adjoining rooms, confer with section I. Lens Masking. If Sensor detection is passable during this test, carry out the wireless communication check as described in section F. Testing Wireless Communication. Testing Wireless Communication This test should be performed to confirm that the Sensor has been correctly arrange with the corresponding dimming or switching system and that there's correct wireless communication from the chosen Sensor location. If the lights within the room are usually not on, flip them ON manually on the dimming or switching device. Press and launch the "Lights Off" button on the entrance of the Sensor. The lights should turn OFF. Press and launch the "Lights On" button on the front of the Sensor. The lights ought to turn on. If the lights don't reply accurately, confer with the Troubleshooting section. Low light: The lights will solely activate automatically upon entry if there just isn't already sufficient ambient light within the room. Hallway falls inside Sensor’s protection space. Disable: This setting converts the Sensor to vacancy mode. The lights won't robotically turn on but will still routinely turn off after vacancy. The lights should be manually turned on by utilizing the related dimming or switching machine. Word: The 15-second vacancy grace period is active on this mode. Refer to the Sensor Operation part at the beginning of this doc for extra particulars. Troubleshooting Symptom Potential Causes Resolution Lights don't activate when area is occupied. Sensor is just not accurately added to dimming / switching gadget(s). Sensor’s Auto-On setting is about to "Low light" or "Disable". The lights have been just lately turned off manually and the timeout has not but expired. Sensor does not have full view of room. Sensor is outside wireless vary of dimming/switching machine. Consult with section B. Set-Up. Check with part H. Superior Set-Up. Dimming/switching machine has been improperly wired. Light bulb(s) burned out. Breaker is off or tripped. Sensor’s timeout is too quick for this software. Sensor does not have full view of room. Lens mask is improperly utilized. Sensor’s sensitivity is simply too low. Sensor’s timeout has not yet expired. An external noise source equivalent to an HVAC vent is interfering. Confer with part A. Pre-Installation. Behavior of lights doesn't match Sensor settings. Sensor protection extends beyond room perimeter. The supposed setting was not saved. Multiple Sensors are added to a dimming/switching device and their settings do not match. Check with section A. Pre-Set up. Discuss with section C. Sensor Placement or I. Lens Masking. Seek advice from part H. Superior Set-Up. Confer with part H. Superior Set-Up. Sensor lens does not glow in response to motion throughout Sensor coverage testing. Sensor can't see motion on account of obstruction. Room is just too big or oddly shaped. Move Sensor to a different location. Confer with part C. Sensor Placement. Multiple Sensors could also be obligatory for full room protection. Try moving Sensor to a new location or lowering sensitivity. Seek advice from part C. Sensor Placement or H. Advanced Set-Up. Lights turn OFF whereas area is occupied. Lights stay ON after area is vacated. Lens doesn't stop glowing throughout Sensor coverage testing even when there isn't any movement. Lights do not respond accurately throughout wireless communication testing. Sensor lens flashes and lights don't turn on when house is occupied. Battery has been installed incorrectly. An exterior noise source resembling an HVAC vent is interfering. Check with part C. Sensor Placement. Confer with section C. Sensor Placement or F. Testing Wireless Communication. Discuss with section H. Superior Set-Up. Check with part C. Sensor Placement. Confer with part I. Lens Masking. Discuss with section H. Advanced Set-Up. Refer to part H. Superior Set-Up. Strive moving Sensor to a new location or decreasing sensitivity. Confer with section C. Sensor Placement or H. Advanced Set-Up. Sensor isn't accurately added to dimming / switching system. Sensor is exterior wireless vary of dimming/switching system. Seek advice from part B. Set-Up. Move Sensor nearer to dimming/switching device and retry check. Check with part F. Testing Wireless Communication. Battery has been installed incorrectly. Dimming/switching device has been improperly wired. Mild bulb(s) burned out. Breaker is off or tripped. Battery is low. Refer to section A. Pre-Set up. Take away sensor from test mode. Confer with section E. Testing Sensor Coverage.