Installation Guide

Installation Guide
Installation Guide
LEDs Indicators on Sensors and Wall Devices
OccuSwitch Wireless Sensor
LRM1771 (Corner sensor), LRM1776 (Wall sensor),
LRM1766 (Corridor sensor)
Sensor box contents
Red, Yellow, Green Device starts up or resets to factory defaults Device
Blink for 30 sec. Asks a device to show all linked devices (Action Menu #1)
Flashing Device is in linking mode until LINK button is pushed again Switch Dimmer
Red Blink
Sensors shows coverage Sensor
Yellow Blink 2 sec. rate Device is in the configuration mode (see section 4: Configure, Test and Finish) Switch Dimmer
Red Blink
Regular A linked device is missing (see Link Devices → Troubleshooting)
Switch Dimmer
Red Blink 2 Sec. rate Device is in the Action menu (see 4 Configure, Test and Finish)
Steady Yellow
Always ON
Lights are switched to Manual mode. Automatic mode returns upon vacancy Switch Dimmer
timeout or after holding down the ON rocker until yellow LED goes out.
Red Blink 5 Sec Rate Sensor Battery Low Switch Dimmer
Red Blink 2 Sec. Rate During link test = low battery Sensor
Tools required (for entire install)
Installation Steps
1 Install wall device (see separate instructions)
Sensor mounting Plate
Sensor placement guidelines
2 Install sensor
The sensor mounting plate can be attached to the wall using the
The sensor should be mounted in such a way that:
3 Link devices
supplied hardware. Ensure that the plate is mounted with the arrow
•Small movements are detected for the required space
4 Configure, test and finish
pointing in the correct direction (see diagram above). There are
•Large movements are detected for the entire room, and
additional ‘knock outs’ which can be used to mount the sensor in a
corner, or at an angle. After the mounting plate is installed, attach the
Wall Devices & Wall Sensor
sensor by inserting into the mounting plate and clicking into place.
in particular for the area near the doorway. Motion from
adjacent areas, e.g. the hallway, should not be detected.
•If Daylight Override is used, the lens of the sensor must not
receive direct light from either the sun or from artificial lighting.
•The sensor should not be placed close to heat sources
Product Description
2 Install sensor
(especially incandescent lamps) or HVAC exhausts. The OccuSwitch™ Wireless wall mounted sensors are part
of the OccuSwitch Wireless system. This system automatically
controls the lights based on occupancy and daylight. The system
can consist of multiple parts: wall-mounted sensors, ceiling
mounted sensors and wall-mounted power handling devices
(switch or dimmer). The switch will turn the lights on and off
based on the information received from the wireless occupancy
sensor and the available daylight. The dimmer will dim lights up
and down to the appropriate intensity, based on the available
daylight in the space in sensor view. The dimmer can also
manually dim the lights.
@ 7.5' height
1 Set dial on back of sensor to 1 to set time delay to 15 seconds
for testing (optional).
2 Install battery - make sure you match polarity.
Key figures
3 Choose the best location on the wall to mount sensor. The
sensor should cover the occupied area. If the area is too large,
Sensor Coverage Area
more sensors can be added and linked to the same switches and
Wall-mounted height range: 6.9ft to 8.ft (2.1 to 2.5m)
dimmers. The devices should be linked after mounting to ensure
For a typical height of 7.5 ft (2.3m):
that they are properly linked. To do this, go to Section 3 Link
•LRM1771 Corner coverage:
Minor motion: 35’x 35’(10.7m x 10.7m)
4 Attach the sensor to mounting plate.
Major motion: 50’ x 50’ (15.3m x 15.3m)
5 Test the coverage pattern.
•LRM1766 Corridor coverage:
Major motion: 150’ L x 20’ W (45.8m x 6.1m)
•LRM1776 Wide angle coverage:
35' 50'
6 Before finally mounting the sensor, check the time delay dial is at
the required setting (common setting is 10 to 15 minutes).
@ 7.5' height
7 Commission the system, see section 4 Configure, test & finish.
Minor motion: 35’x35’ (10.7m x 10.7m)
Major motion: 50’x50’ (15.3m x 15.3m)
Larger areas will require multiple sensors.
3 Link devices
Wireless Range
Note: After the wall device is installed and power has returned, test
See LEDs and buttons description.
Wall device to sensor: 50ft (17m)
all wall devices by pressing the rocker switch ON/OFF. All switches/
• When linking, if Red LED on the sensor turns On, then linking
Network Size
dimmers should control connected loads. If they do not control the
failed. Try again and move the sensor closer to the switch,
16 Sensors, Switches & Dimmers
lights, check the wiring.
(within 50ft / 17m.)
Light Range
pressed and held the LINK button too long. The sensor has
up to 16 switches, dimmers and sensors, take the following steps.
entered the ACTION menu. Press and hold the link button to
Hint: To prevent cross-linking rooms, only one person should create
Parts of the switch & dimmer carry line power, which is
the links.
manufactured to ensure maximum safety during operation and
that switch/dimmer is now also in linking mode, starting its own
service. Always read these safety instructions before installing,
Test On/Off and set to Off
Lights turn off
network. Press the LINK button on that switch/dimmer and try
maintaining or servicing the product, and strictly comply with
1 Briefly press the LINK
Green LED on the switch/
the whole procedure again. If the problem persists, the distance
dimmer starts blinking.
between the new switch/dimmer and the existing switch may out of
button (Top of switch/
dimmer) for linking mode.
2 Briefly press the LINK
Note: If the yellow LED is turned ON after linking, the switch/
it to the network.
dimmer is in manual override. To return to automatic operation
• The devices are designed for indoor use only.
3 Briefly press the LINK
Green LED on each device
hold down the ON rocker until the yellow LED goes out (15 sec.).
button on additional devices turns On to confirm link.
Otherwise, when the room is vacant and the sensor times out, it will
condensing moisture. Short circuit may cause fire or electric
to add to network.
return to automatic mode and the yellow LED will go off.
shock hazard. Operate the devices between 41°F and 104°F
4 Briefly press the LINK
(5°C and 40°C) ambient temperature. .
• Use only a soft damp cloth to clean, never use any abrasive
button on first switch/
Green LED on the switch/
dimmer stops blinking.
dimmer again to exit.
or chemical cleaner.
• Whenever it is suspected that an unsafe condition exists,
@ 7.5' height
Wireless Range (see Key figures).
button on the sensor to add green LED turns on.
• To avoid short circuits, do not expose this product to rain or
Lights turn On and sensor’s
instructions, consult a qualified electrician.
• If you are unsure about any part of these installation
Warning: If the green LED starts blinking on another switch/dimmer,
a potential lethal voltage. This product was designed and
these instructions.
35' 50'
• When linking, if Red LED on the sensor starts to blink, you
Create a Network: To create a wireless network by combination of
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RESET to factory default settings - If the links or set-up are not
correct they can be cleared in each device by holding down the
LINK/ACTION Button for about 10 seconds. Release when LED’s
4Optional step: Test the connection of a sensor after linking by briefly
switch off power at the circuit breaker and replace the
pressing the LINK button on sensor. The switches and dimmers that
device. Safety is likely to be impaired if, for example, the
are connected to the sensor will switch their lights off and on.
briefly blink all together. After releasing they step from RED YELLOW - GREEN.
equipment fails to perform the intended functions or if the
equipment shows visible damage. Do not paint the devices.
WARNING: The product is intended to control lighting loads only.
Wall Device (Switch & Dimmer)
Do NOT use to control equipment that could create hazardous
• Disconnect power at circuit breaker or fuse when servicing,
situations, like entrapment. For examples, do NOT install this
installing or removing the fixture of the switch / dimmer.
• Only use with copper or copper-clad wire.
product to control motorized gates, garage doors, industrialdoors,
microwave ovens, heating devices, etc.
• Wire switch / dimmer to the line power according to the
wiring scheme in the switch / dimmer manual.
WARNING: It is the installer’s responsibility to ensure that the
equipment being controlled is visible from every control location
and that only suitable equipment is connected to these controls.
Déclaration de conformité à la FCC
FCC compliance statement
• The sensor cannot control loads directly, use compatible
Failure to do so could result in serious injury or death.
Ce dispositif est conforme à la partie 15 des règles de la Federal
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation
Communications Commission (FCC) des États-Unis. Son
is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may
CAUTION: The battery used with the sensor device may present
fonctionnement est assujetti aux deux conditions suivantes : (1)
not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept
batteries in sensors. Using improperly rated batteries may
a risk of fire or chemical burn if mistreated. Do not recharge,
Ce dispositif ne doit pas provoquer de brouillage préjudiciable,
any interference received, including interference that may cause
damage the sensor or fail to operate properly.
disassemble, heat above 100°C, or incinerate. Replace battery with
et (2) il doit accepter tout brouillage reçu, y compris le
undesired operation. Any changes or modifications not expressly
Lithium-thionyl chloride (AA 3.6V) only. Use of another battery may
brouillage pouvant entraîner un mauvais fonctionnement. Tous
approved by Philips could void the user’s authority to operate this
present a risk of fire or explosion.
les changements ou modifications non expressément approuvés
equipment. This product is intended for commercial use only.
switch or dimmer.
• Use only high-quality AA size, 3.6V Lithium-thionyl chloride
• Dispose of used batteries promptly. Keep batteries away from
children, do not disassemble and do not dispose of in fire.
par Philips, sont susceptibles d’annuler le droit de l’utilisateur à se
servir de cet équipement. Ce produit est exclusivement destiné à
un usage commercial.
Configuration and set-up
One to One SET-UP
Combined Device SET-UP
After successfully installing and linking the sensors and wall
devices you can change settings to customize the system to the
needs of the user.
Occupancy sensor
Multi sensor
Wall Devices & Wall Sensor operation
Occupancy sensor
Multi sensor
Four components:
- Occupancy sensor
- Wall switch
- Multi sensor
- Wall dimmer
- White and Almond
•To dim up, press and hold
the ON button
Four components:
- Occupancy sensor
- Wall switch
- Multi sensor
- Wall dimmer
- White and Almond
LED response Signals
•Spike - ( / ) Very short blink
•To dim down, press and hold •Blink - LED switching On
the OFF button
Mark 10
EssentialLine PowerLine
and Off
Mark 10
EssentialLine PowerLine
•Menu operations use
Set-up hint
Manual Mode
Set-up options
buttons as described in the
Use a small screw drive or similar device to push the Menu buttons.
Manual mode is entered when the rocker switch is pressed and
For best result set each desirable option in the order listed below.
Configuration (YELLOW)
Short button press : < 1.5 seconds
the YELLOW LED comes on. After sensors are linked, the system
and Action (RED) menus
Long button press: > 1.5 seconds
will return to auto mode upon vacancy or after holding down the
ON rocker until the YELLOW LED goes out.
4 Configure, test & finish
Test sensor coverage
Config #1
When all sensors and wall devices are linked, you can change
Once all devices are installed, linked and configured, you can test
OccuSwitch Sensors and Wall Devices do not need any regular
Manual ON / AUTO OFF (Title 24 mode)
the operation settings. This is done at any wall device; the
the installation to ensure that the sensor detects motion in the
maintenance. You may find as people change space and furniture is
This is a popular settng for maximum energy savings. It forces
settings are automatically sent to the other devices in the
workspace. Test to make sure the sensor does not pick up motion
re-arranged that you need to recalibrate the daylight functions. This
the occupant to manually activate the lights when they enter
rooms network. You can select the following options in the
from adjacent areas, e.g. the hallway. This can be done at any time -
can easily be done at floor level from a wall device.
the space and automatically turn OFF the light when they
Configuration and Action menus.
see ACTION (RED) Menu for steps.
leave. This saves energy by keeping the lights OFF until they are
actually needed.
Configuration (Yellow) Menu for both Wall Devices - Press CONFIG button (Long to enter) (Short for next item)
Item Indicator
Description Action Store Setting
Start Yellow Spike (…/…) Exit Long Press CONFIG to exit N/A
Config #2
Multi-Way Configuration
1 Yellow Blinks (…1…) Manual ON/ Auto OFF (Title 24) Long CONFIG = Manual ON
Several switches and dimmers can be put in a group that
Long ACTION = Auto ON
2 Yellow Blinks (…1..1…)
Multi-Way Configuration Long CONFIG to create multiway group Long CONFIG
pendent group links to all sensors in the space.
3 Yellow Blinks (…1..1..1…)
Dimmer Response Curve (Dimmer Only)
Long CONFIG to change response curve Long CONFIG
1Use CONFIG menu item 2 - All wall devices will start to
4 Yellow Blinks (…1..1..1..1…) Set High End Level (Task Tuning) (Dimmer Only)
Long CONFIG = Sets maximum dim level
control each others load when operated manually. This inde-
blink: GREEN is included, RED is excluded.
Long ACTION = Return to 100%
2Tap the ON button to include (GREEN) , OFF bottom, to
Dimmer Response Curve - Config #3
exclude (RED).
3Long CONFIG button press on any one of the wall devices
1 Blink - Top LED -50%
2 Blink - 2nd LED -20%
3 Blink - 3rd LED -10%
4 Blink - 4th LED (default) Straight Line
5 Blink - 5th LED +10%
6 Blink - 6th LED +20%
Config #3
7 Blink - Bottom LED +50%
Dimmer Response Curve
will save the settings for that group
4Repeat from step 1 on different wall devices to form more
independent groups.
If the Daylight dimming response is too aggressive the Dimmer
Action (Red) Menu for Sensors and Wall Devices - Press LINK/ACTION button (Long to enter) (Short for next item)
can be set to respond less to daylight. If the response is too low
Item Indicator
Description Wall Switch Wall Dimmer Multi-Sensor
W/C/C Sensor Action Results
Start Red Spike (…/…) Exit X
Long LINK/ACTION to exit
the dimmer can be set to react more to additional daylight.
1 Red Blinks (…1…) Show Linked Device X
Long LINK/ACTION to start 2 Red Blinks (…1..1…) Test Sensor Coverage X
Long LINK/ACTION to Start
Config #4
Short LINK/ACTION on sensor to Finish
3 Red Blinks (…1..1..1…) Calibrate Daylight dimming set-point N/A X
N/A Long LINK/ACTION to Start Automatic
the desired high end level with the rocker and run through
4 Red Blinks (…1..1..1..1…) Daylight Hold Back X
Long LINK/ACTION to Start Automatic
Configuration Menu (YELLOW) #4.
5 Red Blinks (…1..1..1..1..1…) Channel Change X
Long LINK/ACTION to Start Automatic
Set High End Level
If you want to limit the maximum output from a dimmer set
Action #4
Daylight Hold-Back (Sensor and Switch)
Can be configured on multiple sensors, the measured level
Routine lamp replacement
Replacing the sensor battery
Troubleshooting System
is the level at which the light will not turn ON automatically
To safely do a routine lamp replacement, on
CAUTION: You must have read the SAFETY section before
The lights turn off too quickly: The system has a smart timer that
(Hold-Back level)
all switches, firmly press the OFF-side until
replacing the battery.
adjusts the off delay time automatically. To change, set sensor’s
Calibration process
the rocker clicks into the position where a
To replace the battery of the sensor:
minimum timeout dial to a higher value.
1Have sensor detect minimum required light level by turning
yellow band with “OFF” becomes visible. The
1Remove the sensor from the mounting plate by using a small
The system is set to Manual ON, but lights turn on automatically:
load is now temporarily separated from the
screwdriver to release the catch (as shown in earlier illustration)
When entering the area within 25 seconds after lights turning off,
line voltage by an air gap switch, so you can
2In a safe and dry place, remove the old battery and insert the new
the system assumes that turning off was undesired and turns ON
safely replace the lamp.
the lights.
CAUTION: Use only high-quality AA size 3.6 V DC lithium-
LED starts blinking).
3 Clear the area under light sensor (walk away).
4Automatic Configuration will start within 10 seconds when
thionyl chloride batteries with the sensor. Using improperly rated
is missing, use the ACTION #1 menu to show all linked devices. If a
be switched ON unintentionally by the sensor while replacing
batteries may damage the sensor.
sensor does not show as linked, its battery may need to be replaced.
3Place the sensor back on the mounting plate by clicking it into
place as shown previously.
WARNING: For any procedure other than lamp replacement,
4Dispose of used battery properly. DO NOT throw in trash. Keep
calibration at night.
2At sensor select Daylight Hold-Back menu item, (YELLOW
The system shows that a linked device is missing: When a device
WARNING: If the air gap function is not used, the power may
the lamp. This could result in serious injury or death.
Off the lights when there is adequate daylight or doing
If this does not resolve the error, reset all devices and link them
started on the sensor and up to one minute when started
from the switch.
Note: This process can be repeated anytime after the first time
The lights immediately turn ON after being turned off: The sensor
from the wall device for all daylight sensors.
power must be disconnected at the main electric panel. Use
away from children. Do not disassemble and do not dispose of in
may be placed too close to a (heat generating) light source. Move
approved LOCK-OUT/TAG-OUT procedures to insure that
the sensor to a better location.
Action #5
the circuit is not activated accidently. Working with power ON
Reset the device to factory defaults: To reset the device to its
Channel Changing
is unsafe and can result in serious injury or death.
factory default configuration: Press and hold the link button on the
In some building environments the radio signal used for
device for more than 10 seconds. Release the button when the red,
OccuSwitch Wireless may encounter interference from another
yellow and green LEDs light briefly.
radio devices. Channel changing activates the automatic radio
analysis function to reset the channel. Use this function if you
are having communication issues.
Warranty statement
The Philips OccuSwitch™ Wireless products,
/, for repair or
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for a period of two (2) years from the date of
authorization). If the product or part is found
original purchase, to be free from defects in
by Philips to have been defective in material or
materials and workmanship. If during the warranty workmanship it will be repaired or replaced (as
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