MOTION SENSOR TWIN SPOT FLOODLIGHT - TLC

MOTION SENSOR TWIN SPOT FLOODLIGHT - TLC
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MOTION SENSOR
TWIN SPOT FLOODLIGHT
HORIZONTAL
VERTICAL
FIGURE 1a & 1b
IMPORTANT
Some local building codes may require installation of
this product by a qualified electrician.
Check your local codes as they apply to your situation.
If the house wiring is of aluminum, consult with an
electrician about proper wiring methods.
Maintenance or repairing work such as replacing
current fuse shall be done by a qualified electrician or
technician.
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Floodlight Lamp Holder
PIR Motion Sensor
Wall Plate
External Silicon Bushing
INTRODUCTION
Your EVERSPRING MOTION SENSOR TWIN SPOTS
FLOODLIGHT is a unique lighting system for your home
or business. At night, the built-in passive infrared (PIR)
motion sensor turns on the floodlight when it detects
motion in its coverage area. During the day, the built-in
photocell sensor saves electricity by deactivating the
lights. Time and Lite adjustment functions let you select
how long and when the light will stay on after activation.
Two operation options let you choose: Automatic
Operation or Manual Override.
Note: Read this entire manual before you start to
install the system.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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Do not install when it is raining.
Be sure to switch off power source before installing.
Make sure that the power wiring comes from circuit
with an external 16A miniature circuit breaker for the
short circuit protection or a suitable fuse.
Keep minimum 0.5m away from the lighted objects.
The adjusting screw and external silicon bushing
shall not be removed. Tighten the connection of the
floodlight head assembly and motion sensor to the
base, so as to avoid any rotation.
The unit can be installed only horizontally (FIGURE
1a), not vertically (FIGURE 1b).
Before proceeding with the installation, TURN OFF THE
POWER TO THE LIGHTING CIRCUIT AT THE CIRCUIT
BREAKER OR FUSE BOX TO AVOID ELECTRICAL
SHOCK.
CHOOSING A MOUNTING LOCATION
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For the best results, fix your sensors on a solid
surface, 1.8~2.5M above the ground.
For outdoor installation, a location under eaves is
preferable.
Avoid aiming the motion sensor at pools, heating
vents, air conditioners or objects that may change
temperature rapidly.
Do not allow sunlight to fall directly on the front of
unit.
Try to avoid pointing the unit at trees or shrubs or
where the motion of pets may be detected.
Prior to mounting, keep in mind that the motion
sensor is more sensitive to the motion, which is
across the detection field and less sensitive to the
motion, which moves directly towards the detector
(FIGURE 2).
SENSOR
LESS SENSITIVE
SENSOR
MORE SENSITIVE
SENSITIVITY TO MOTION
FIGURE 2
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BULB INSTALLATION
CAUTION: Always handle PAR38 bulbs with a soft cloth.
Do not touch the bulb with your bare hand as
it will shorten the life of the bulb.
(1) Do not touch the floodlight while it is in use or still
hot. Allow it to cool (about 5 minutes) before
touching it.
(2) Do not use PAR38 bulb rated higher than 150 watts.
(3) Disconnect the power source or wall switch. Screw
two floodlight bulbs into the lamp holders. Use a
maximum of 150 watt PAR 38 bulb for each lamp
holder.
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FIGURE 5
WIRING INSTRUCTION
(1) Switch off the power source or wall switch.
(2) Remove the wall box’s back plate then unscrew two
screws on the pressure block (FIGURE 6).
Note: Do not over tighten the bulbs.
INSTALLATION
To facilitate installation, it is essential to get a drill and a
screwdriver ready. Select a location for the unit based on
the coverage angles shown in FIGURE 3.
FIGURE 6
Note: There is a “UP” mark shown on the interior wall box.
Be sure to have “UP” mark shown upwardly when
fixing the wall box on the wall.
(3) Use a screwdriver to break a small hole on the cable
gasket, enabling the power cord to enter into the
wall box (FIGURE 7).
FIGURE 3
Install a wall switch adjacent to the power source.
(FIGURE 4). This will help you operate this motion
sensor floodlight with ease. See OPERATION for further
information.
FIGURE 7
(4) Route the power cord through the cable gasket.
Note: The power cord must meet H05RN-F, 3G, 1.0mm²
requirement.
(5) Fix the wall box to the pre-determined mounting
location by making use of the two screws provided.
Note: Ensure that the position of two screws to fix on the
wall should be inserted diagonally (FIGURE 8).
Note: Keep the bulb away from the wall at least 50mm
(FIGURE 5).
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Adjust the motion sensor to cover the desired
detection area. For a smaller coverage area, point
the sensor down; for a larger coverage area, point
the sensor up.
(2) TIME ADJUSTMENT
The TIME adjustment controls how long the floodlight will
stay on after the motion has been detected.
FIGURE 8
(6) Strip approximately 6-8mm insulating part of the
wires from the power cord. Before connection,
ensure that the wall box gasket is firmly seated in
its original place.
(7) Connect the BROWN wire (Live wire) to the terminal
block “L” mark. Connect the BLUE wire (Neutral wire)
to the terminal block “N” mark (FIGURE 9).
Turn the TIME control knob clockwise to increase (up to
about 12 minutes) how long the floodlight stays on or
anti-clockwise to decrease (down to about 5 seconds)
the time delay (FIGURE 11).
FIGURE 11
(3) LITE ADJUSTMENT
The LITE adjustment determines at what light level the
lighting system will start operating when you set the
sensor to Automatic Operation.
FIGURE 9
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Use the pressure block to fix the power cord by
fastening its two screws.
Place the wall plate to the wall box and secure it
with the two screws provided.
Provisionally turn the LITE control knob to the edge
clockwise at the moon (dusk) position (FIGURE 12). In
this provisional setting mode, the motion sensor’s
remains inactive during daylight. At dusk when you find it
is the LUX level desired for operation, simply set the LITE
control knob to the position that the motion sensor
floodlight will become active as daylight declines.
SETTING THE LIGHTING SYSTEM
(1) TEST MODE
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Turn the Lite control and the Time control anticlockwise to the edge – the TEST position (FIGURE
10).
FIGURE 12
OPERATION
FIGURE 10
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Turn on the wall switch. The floodlight will turn on for
about 1 minute to warm up. Then it turns off. Walk
through the detection area. The floodlight turns on
when you move and turns off when you stop. Wait
for the floodlight to turn off before moving again to
test the sensor.
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By using the wall switch connected to your motion
sensor floodlight, you can easily select one of two modes
of operation: Automatic Operation and Manual Override.
(1) AUTOMATIC OPERATION
Turn on the wall switch. When the motion sensor detects
motion, the floodlight automatically turns on. The built-in
photocell sensor turns the motion sensor off and on
according to the light level set by the LITE Adjustment.
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(2) MANUAL OVERRIDE
To keep the light on regardless of the motion, you can
override the Automatic Operation. By turning the wall
switch off and on within 2 seconds, the light will remain
on. Users can also set the motion sensor back to
Automatic Operation by turning off the wall switch for at
least 10 seconds and then turn it back on.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Light does not turn on:
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connection”.
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Light remains on:
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Make sure the wiring connection is correct.
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If you set the motion sensor to Manual Override,
remember that you must turn the wall switch off
for at least 10 seconds before switch the motion
sensor on back to Automatic Operation.
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Check if the TIME setting is correct.
SPECIFICATIONS
Power Requirement
AC 220 ~ 240V / 50Hz
Power Cord Requirement H05RN-F, 3G, 1.0mm²
Max. 150W x 2 PAR38
Lighting Load
Bulb
Detection Angle
Up to 180° at 20°C
Detection Distance
Up to 12M at 20°C
Lamp Part: Horizontal 170°;
Swiveling Angle
Sensor Part: Horizontal 40°,
Vertical 60°
Recommended 1.8 ~ 2.5M
Mounting Height
(5.9 ~ 8.2 Ft) Wall Mount
Wall Switch Control
On / Off / Manual Override
Sensor Operation
Auto
Time Adjustment
5 ± 3 sec ~ 12 ± 3 min
Lux Adjustment
Approx. 0 ~ 1,000 Lux.
Operating Temperature
-20°C ~ +40°C
Warm Up Time
About 1 min
Protection Class
Class II
Protection Degree
IP44
Safety
CE, GS
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