Single Pole (One location) or 3-Way (Multi-location) Decora Manual-ON Occupancy Sensor

Single Pole (One location) or 3-Way (Multi-location) Decora Manual-ON Occupancy Sensor
Single Pole (One location) or 3-Way (Multi-location)
Decora® Manual-ON Occupancy Sensor
California Title 24 2005 Compliant
Cat. No. IPP15-1L
DI-000-IPP15-02A
Incandescent: 1800W-15A @ 120V
Fluorescent: 1800VA-15A @ 120V
Supplemental: 1/2hp @ 120V
No Minimum Load Required
Compatible with incandescent lamps, electronic and magnetic low-voltage ballasts, electronic and magnetic ballasts, and fans.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS:
• To be installed and/or used in accordance with appropriate electrical codes and regulations.
• If you are unsure about any part of these instructions, consult a qualified electrician.
• Controlling a load in excess of the specified ratings will damage the unit and pose risk of fire, electric shock, personal injury or death.
Check your load ratings to determine suitability for your application.
• Do not install this unit to control a receptacle.
Tools needed to install your Sensor:
Slotted/Phillips Screwdriver
Pencil
Electrical Tape
Cutters
Pliers
Ruler
INSTALLING YOUR SENSOR
NOTE: Use check boxes
Leviton’s Cat. No. IPP15-1L Manual-On Occupancy Sensor acts
like a regular wall switch taking place of your existing wall
switch. It has added benefit that if you forget to turn the light
OFF, the lights will turn OFF automatically if motion is not
detected within its coverage area. The Sensor is used to provide
energy savings and convenience in a variety of residential
applications including:
Bathrooms
Basement
Laundry Room
Garages
Utility Rooms
Dining Room
Hallways
The IPP15-1L, which features a Manual-ON operation, is
California Title 24 2005 compliant. The unit turns off manually
or in absence of motion according to the timeout selected. The
unit installs in place of a single-pole or 3-way wall switch and fits
in a standard wall box. The unit can be used for switching
incandescent and fluorescent and low voltage lighting with
electronic or magnetic ballasts.
The Sensor senses motion within its coverage area of 900 sq. ft.
(83.6 m2) maximum and controls the connected lighting. The
Sensor uses a small semiconductor heat detector that resides
behind a multi-zone optical lens. This Fresnel lens establishes
dozens of zones of detection. The sensor is sensitive to the heat
emitted by the human body. In order to keep the lights ON, the
source of heat must move from one zone of detection to another.
The device is most effective in sensing motion across its field-ofview, and less effective sensing motion towards or away from its
field-of-view (refer to Field-Of-View Diagrams). Obstructions
such as furniture, windows, glass shower doors, etc... may
prevent the sensor from detecting motion. Keep this in mind when
selecting the installation location.
Note that the sensor responds to rapid changes in temperature,
so care should be taken not to mount the device near a climate
control source (i.e. radiators, air exchanges, and air
conditioners). Hot or cold drafts will look like body motion to the
device and will trigger it if the unit is mounted too close. It is
recommended to mount the Sensor at least 6 ft. away from
the climate control source. The device can be mounted in a
single gang wall box.
In addition, it is also recommended NOT to mount the Sensor
directly under a large light source. Large wattage bulbs (greater
than 100W incandescent) give off a lot of heat and switching the
bulb causes a temperature change that can be detected by the
device. Mount the Sensor at least 6 ft. away from large bulbs. If
it is necessary to mount the device closer, reduce the wattage of
the bulb directly overhead.
√ when Steps are completed.
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
The IPP15 Manual-On Occupancy Sensor is intended to replace a standard light switch.
Do not touch the surface of the lens. Clean outer surface with a damp cloth only.
Disconnect power at circuit breaker or fuse when servicing, installing or removing fixture.
Use this device only with copper or copper clad wire. With aluminum wire use only devices marked CO/ALR or CU/AL.
TM
Step 4b 3-Way Wiring with Vizia Coordinating
Remote (no LED) Application:
• Make sure that the ends of the wires from the wall box are
straight (cut if necessary).
• Remove insulation from each wire in the wall box as shown.
• For Single-Pole Application, go to Step 4a.
• For 3-Way Coordinating Remote (no LED) Application, go to Step 4b.
• For 3-Way Matching Remote (with LED) or IPP0R Sensor Remote
Application, go to Step 4c.
TURN OFF POWER at circuit breaker or fuse and test
that power is off before wiring!
OFF
•
•
•
•
Step 3 cont’d
Step 1 WARNING: TO AVOID FIRE, SHOCK, OR DEATH;
DESCRIPTION
WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS:
1. Line (Hot)
2. Neutral
3. Ground
4. Load 1
1. Line or Load (see important
instruction below)
2. Neutral
1
3. Ground
4. First Traveler - note color
3
5. Second Traveler - note color. 4
5
NOTE: For matching switch
remote w/LED installation, the
First Traveler becomes Line Hot.
Terminal
Screw marked
Black (BK)
BK
Terminal
Screw marked
Yellow/Red
(YL/RD)
1
Black
RD
2
YL/RD RD
4
YL/RD RD
5
(unused)
Sensor
Hot (Black)
WH
BK
Green
Ground
YL/RD
YL/RD
Load
RD
Line
120VAC, 60Hz
4
White
Terminal
Screw marked
Red (RD)
WIRING SENSOR:
Terminal Label:
Use Terminal for 3-Way or More Applications Only.
For Single-Pole Applications, Do Not Remove This
Label.
Sensor
WH
BK
RD
YL/RD
Hot (Black)
Green
Ground
Load
5/8"
(1.6 cm)
BK
Green
Ground
(unused)
Black
Back Wire (either
hole may be used)
Back wire openings
use #14-12 AWG
solid wire copper
only.
ViziaTM Coordinating Switch
Remote (no LED)
2
Terminal
Screw marked
Yellow/Red
(YL/RD)
2
Terminal
Screw marked
Red (RD)
3
through backwire openings. Choose appropriate wire
stripping specifications accordingly.
Strip Gage
(measure bare
wire here)
WH
WH
BK
3
4
WH
and connecting wires:
Step 3 Preparing
This sensor can be wired using side wire terminal screws or
Side Wire
Connection
Side wire terminals
accept #14 AWG
solid wire copper
only.
1
3
5
Terminal
Screw marked
White (WH)
Terminal
Screw marked
Black (BK)
3-Way
Cut
(if necessary)
2
Single-Pole Wiring Application:
Single Pole
3
4
WH
YL/RD RD
NOTE: If the wiring in the wall box does not resemble
this configuration, consult a qualified electrician.
Terminal
Screw marked
White (WH)
Sensor
1
BK
Step 4a Installing your Sensor –
Step 2 Identifying your wiring application (most common):
2
ViziaTM Coordinating
Switch Remote
White
Line
60Hz
Use Terminal for 3-Way or 120VAC,
More Applications Only.
For Single-Pole Applications,
Do Not Remove This Label.
Neutral (White)
WIRING SENSOR:
Connect wires per WIRING DIAGRAM as follows:
• Green or bare copper wire in wall box to Green terminal screw.
• Line Hot wall box wire to terminal screw marked “BK”.
• Load wall box wire to terminal screw marked “RD”.
• Line Neutral wall box wire to terminal screw marked “WH”.
• Sensor terminal screw marked “YL/RD” should have Red
insulation label affixed.
NOTE: If insulating label is not affixed to terminal screw
marked “YL/RD”, use electrical tape to cover.
• Proceed to Step 5.
Neutral (White)
Connect wires per WIRING DIAGRAM as follows:
NOTE: The sensor must be installed in a wall box that has a Line Hot connection.
NOTE: Maximum wire length from sensor to all installed remotes cannot
exceed 300 ft (90 m).
• Green or bare copper wire in wall box to Green terminal screw.
• Line Hot (common) wall box wire identified (tagged) when removing old switch
to terminal screw marked “BK”.
• First Traveler wall box wire to terminal screw marked “RD” (note wire color).
• Remove Red insulating label from terminal screw marked “YL/RD”.
• Second Traveler wall box wire to terminal screw marked “YL/RD” (note wire color).
This traveler from the sensor must go to the terminal screw on the remote
marked “YL/RD”.
• Line Neutral wall box wire to terminal screw marked “WH”.
WIRING COORDINATING REMOTE:
Connect wires per WIRING DIAGRAM as follows:
NOTE: “BK” and “RD” terminals on coordinating remote are unused. Tighten both screws.
NOTE: Maximum wire length from sensor to last remote is 300 ft (90 m).
• Green or bare copper wire in wall box to Green terminal screw.
• Load wall box wire identified (tagged) when removing old switch to First
Traveler (note color as above).
• Second Traveler wall box wire (note color as above) to terminal screw marked
“YL/RD”. This traveler from the remote must go to the terminal screw on the sensor
marked “YL/RD”.
• Remove White insulating label from terminal screw marked “WH”.
• Line Neutral wall box wire to terminal screw marked “WH”.
• Proceed to Step 5.
Wiring with Sensor Remote or
Step 4c 3-Way
TM
mounting in wall box:
NOTE: IPP0R sensor remote is depicted.
Field-of-View (Horizontal)
Blinder
Adjustment
Levers
30 ft. (9.1 m)
Wall Surface
Terminal
Screw marked
White (WH)
Sensor
Additional
Neutral Wire
1
2
4
30 ft. (9.1 m)
IPP0R/VZ0SR-1L Remote
Sensor Features Diagram
Step 5 Testing your Sensor prior to completely
Vizia Matching Remote (w/LED)
Application:
7
4
3
2
WH
Terminal
Screw marked
Black (BK)
1
4
BK
WH
Time
2
Mounting
screws
(2 places)
3
YL/RD RD
3
Terminal
Screw marked
Yellow/Red
(YL/RD)
5
YL/RD RD
1
5
IPP0R/VZ0SR-1L Remote
Hot (Black)
Sensor
WH
WH
BK
BK
Green
Ground
Line
120VAC, 60Hz
YL/RD
Green
Ground
RD
YL/RD
Black
Load
White
Neutral (White)
NOTE: The sensor must be installed in a wall box that has a Load
connection. The remote must be installed in a wall box with a Line Hot
connection and a Neutral connection. A Neutral wire to the remote
needs to be added as shown. If you are unsure about any part of
these instructions, consult a qualified electrician.
NOTE: Maximum wire length from sensor to all installed remotes
cannot exceed 300 ft (90 m).
WIRING REMOTE
(wall box with Line Hot connection):
Connect wires per WIRING DIAGRAM as follows:
• Green or bare copper wire in wall box to Green terminal screw.
• Line Hot (common) wall box wire identified (tagged) when removing
old switch and First Traveler to sensor terminal screw marked “BK”.
• Second Traveler wall box wire from sensor to remote terminal
screw marked “YL/RD” (note wire color). This traveler from the
remote must go to the terminal screw on the sensor marked
“YL/RD”.
• Line Neutral wall box wire to remote terminal screw marked “WH”.
WIRING SENSOR (wall box with Load connection):
Connect wires per WIRING DIAGRAM as follows:
• Green or bare copper wire in wall box to Green terminal screw.
• Load wall box wire identified (tagged) when removing old switch to
terminal screw marked “RD”.
• First Traveler Line Hot to terminal screw marked “BK”.
• Remove Red insulating label from terminal screw marked “YL/RD”.
• Second Traveler wall box wire (note color as above) to terminal
screw marked “YL/RD”. This traveler from the sensor must go to the
terminal screw on the remote marked “YL/RD”.
• Line Neutral wall box wire to remote terminal screw marked “WH”.
• Proceed to Step 5.
NOTE: Dress wires with a bend as shown in diagram to relieve stress when
mounting device.
• Position all wires to provide room in outlet wall box for device.
• Ensure that the word “TOP” is facing up on the device strap.
• Partially secure device using long mounting screws provided.
• Restore power at circuit breaker or fuse.
• Perform the adjustments for the time-out and blinder settings
(refer to Time Delay and Blinders section).
If necessary, adjust the range control and the blinders to stop any
unwanted activation of the lights.
NOTE: To avoid PERMANENT DAMAGE to the unit, be careful
NOT TO OVERTURN the control knobs or levers when setting
the Sensor. The controls can be accessed by removing the wallplate
(if applicable) and control panel cover (refer to Sensor Features
Diagram). Use a small straight blade screwdriver to adjust knobs and
blinder levers.
NOTE: DO NOT press in on blinder levers or use excessive force
(refer to Sensor Features Diagram).
• Attach the Control Panel cover when the desired settings are complete.
If lights still do not turn ON, refer to the TROUBLESHOOTING section.
BLINDERS: The blinders can narrow the field-of-view of the device to
prevent unwanted activation from traffic in adjacent space. There are two
blinders, and each operate independently. To operate the blinders, use a
small screwdriver to move the blinder adjustment levers toward or away
from the center of the device. The blinder levers are found above the
control knobs and below the text ‘BLINDERS’ on the control panel. With
both levers moved fully towards the center, the field-of-view is narrowed to
32°. With both levers moved fully away from the center, the field-of-view is
at a maximum 180° (refer to Sensor Features Diagram).
TIME-DELAY: Cat. No. IPP15 will turn lights ON only when the switch is
manually activated. When motion is no longer detected, the Sensor Unit will
wait the selected amount of time and then turn the lights OFF. This wait
time is called ‘time-out’. The “time-out” is selected from four (4) preset
values. Pointing the arrow at one of the markings on the face chooses the
value of time. The following selections are available:
Face Marking
Value of Time
(/) Slash Mark
30 second fixed time-out used for performing a
walk-test.
1
5 minute time-out
2
15 minute time-out
3
30 minute time-out
The “time-out” is factory preset to thirty (30) minutes. Refer to Sensor
Features Diagram.
NOTE: All time durations mentioned in the instructions are approximate
within 10 seconds.
Manual ON: The lights need to be manually turned ON by the push-button,
and will turn OFF with the absence of motion or can be manually turned OFF.
RANGE: To decrease detection range and sensitivity, rotate the knob
counter-clockwise (refer to Sensors Feature Diagram). The detection
range can be adjusted from 100% down to 36%.
NOTE: "Time" and
"Range" knobs are
shown in factory
preset positions.
Control Panel Cover
Sensor
Terminal
Screw marked
Red (RD)
10
Range
Slash Mark
Side (Vertical) Field-of-View
Sensor Unit
Step 6 Sensor and Wallplate Mounting:
Device mounting screw
(2 places)
Wall
Surface
4 ft.
(1.2 m)
BK
30 ft.
(9.1 m)
Wallplate
TROUBLESHOOTING
Wallplate
mounting
screw (2
places)
Sensor
• Secure device by firmly tightening mounting screws.
• Install Decora® style wallplate (sold separately).
OPERATION
Cat. No. IPP15 has a push-button switch that will toggle the lights ON and
OFF (refer to diagram). The lights will not turn ON automatically with
occupancy. If the lights are OFF, the lights will turn ON when the button is
pressed, and remain ON in the presence of motion. The Sensor will turn the
lights OFF either in the absence of motion or when the button is pressed.
If motion is detected within 30 seconds after the lights have turned OFF due
to absence of motion, the lights will turn back ON. If 30 seconds expires
when lights have turned OFF due to absence of motion, the lights will then
have to be turned ON manually.
NOTE: This feature does not apply when the lights are manually turned off.
NOTE: The Motion Indicator LED will blink every 2 seconds while motion is
detected.
Lens
Blinders
Control Panel
Cover
Push Button
LED
Window
1. If there is no response from the unit and the LED never blinks or
the push button does not activate the lights 1 1/2 minutes after
power is applied, then uninstall device and verify wiring (Step 4).
2. If the lights constantly stay ON, even when the room is unoccupied:
A. Check the Time setting. See how this time compares to how
long the lights stay ON.
B. Try lowering the Range Control. Rotate the knob counterclockwise about 30˚.
C. If the problem persists, try reducing again. Note: Do Not
reduce so much that Cat. No. IPP15-1L cannot see normal
occupancy.
D. Be sure to use the Blinders to block any unwanted hallway
traffic.
E. Check for reflected heat/motion as Sensor Unit may be seeing
motion through a window.
F. Check for adjacent HVAC and/or heater ducts.
PRODUCT INFORMATION
• For technical assistance contact us at 1-800-824-3005
• Visit our website at www.leviton.com
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class B Digital Device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment OFF an
ON, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving Antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from
that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/tv technician for help.
LIMITED 5 YEAR WARRANTY AND EXCLUSIONS
Leviton warrants to the original consumer purchaser and not for the benefit of anyone else that this product at the time of its sale by Leviton is free of defects in materials and workmanship under normal and proper use for five years from the purchase date. Leviton’s only obligation is to correct such defects by repair or replacement, at its option, if
within such five year period the product is returned prepaid, with proof of purchase date, and a description of the problem to Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc., Att: Quality Assurance Department, 59-25 Little Neck Parkway, Little Neck, New York 11362-2591. This warranty excludes and there is disclaimed liability for labor for removal of this
product or reinstallation. This warranty is void if this product is installed improperly or in an improper environment, overloaded, misused, opened, abused, or altered in any manner, or is not used under normal operating conditions or not in accordance with any labels or instructions. There are no other or implied warranties of any kind,
including merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, but if any implied warranty is required by the applicable jurisdiction, the duration of any such implied warranty, including merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, is limited to five years. Leviton is not liable for incidental, indirect, special, or consequential
damages, including without limitation, damage to, or loss of use of, any equipment, lost sales or profits or delay or failure to perform this warranty obligation. The remedies provided herein are the exclusive remedies under this warranty, whether based on contract, tort or otherwise.
DI-000-IPP15-02A
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