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Legrand WT-600/1100/2200/2250 Ultrasonic Occupancy Sensors Installation Instruction
Wattstopper
®
Ultrasonic Occupancy Sensors with Isolated relay
No: 24906 – 1/17 rev. 1
Installation Instructions • Instructions d’Installation • Instrucciones de Instalación
Catalog Numbers • Les Numéros de Catalogue • Números de Catálogo: WT-600, WT-1100, WT-2200, WT-2250
Country of Origin: Made in China • Pays d’origine: Fabriqué en Chine • País de origen: Hecho en China
SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage .......................................................................24VDC
Current Consumption:
WT-600................................................................37mA Max.*
WT-1100, 2200 & 2250........................................40mA Max.*
Maximum Output Current............................................ 100mA
Isolated Relay Rating............ 1A @ 24VDC for resistive load
Ultrasonic Frequency................................................... 32kHz
Time Delay Adjustment.....................15 seconds-30 minutes
Sensitivity Adjustment......................... Trimpot (min. to max.)
*Current consumption can be slightly higher when only one
sensor per power pack is used.
UNIT DESCRIPTION
The WT series Wattstopper ultrasonic occupancy sensors operate on 24VDC and automati­cally turn lighting systems on and off based on
occupancy. The sensors use Doppler technology to sense occupancy. They broadcast high frequency sound waves into the controlled area.
Movement in the area will cause the sound waves to return to the sensor at a faster or slower rate resulting in a doppler shift and occupancy
detection. When the ultrasonic sensor detects occupancy, it switches lighting on through a Wattstopper Power or Auxiliary Power Pack.
UNIT PLACEMENT
Placement of ultrasonic sensors is critical for proper operation. It is best
to place the sensor so that it has a clear view of all desktops and work
surfaces within the coverage area. Orientation of the sensor is also
important. The WT-600 offers 360° one-sided coverage while the
WT-1100, WT-2200, and WT-2250 provide 360° two-sided coverage.
Transducers (the two or four small round openings on the cover of the
sensor) operate in pairs (see the Coverage Patterns graphic), and the
centerline of the pair must be oriented correctly for proper coverage.
You should take the following into account when mounting sensors:
• The transducer pairs orientation determines the coverage pattern.
• Sensors should not be mounted so that transducers point
toward a wall that is within 4 feet of the sensor.
• Ultrasonic sensors may false trigger when exposed to high
volumes of air flow. Sensors should be installed at least 4 feet
from supply ducts and a minimum of 6 feet from horizontal
discharge ducts.
• Do not mount sensors within 6 inches of a power pack.
• Always mount the sensor on a rigid vibration free surface.
• When mounting multiple sensors in a large room, do not mount
the sensors within 10 feet of each other.
• Mounting above 12 ft. or in areas of open ceiling heights of
more than 12 ft will reduce overall coverage.
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Coverage Patterns
OPEN OFFICE SENSOR PLACEMENT
A typical layout for an open office space is to place the ultrasonic
sensors so they control the office area in zones that overlap. A 20%
coverage overlap is recommended.
Coverage Overlap
(WT-2200 shown)
ENCLOSED OFFICE SENSOR PLACEMENT
For smaller enclosed spaces, a WT-600 is recommended. Sensors should be placed so that they
will not detect motion through an open door.
Transducers must face into the room and not be directed toward the closest walls or doors.
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INSTALLATION
NOTE: Always try to attach the sensor to a vibration free surface.
Keyhole Mounting
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Install the Threaded Insert, flange side, into the hole on the back of Positioning of keyhole mounting screws is important so that the
transducer pairs point in the desired direction.
the sensor and turn clockwise until it locks.
1. Use the template below to mark the location of mounting
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Washer
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Install the provided screws—leaving approximately 3mm (1/8”)
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space from the bottom of the screw head to the ceiling (see
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3. Place the sensor’s mounting keyholes over screw heads and
rotate sensor clockwise until secured.
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WIRING DIRECTIONS
Sensor wiring:
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• BLUE wire from power pack to YELLOW wire from sensor.
• RED wire from power pack to VIOLET wire from sensor.
• BLACK wire from power pack to GRAY or GREEN wire from sensor.
NOTE: Note: GRAY and GREEN sensor wires are common.
TURN POWER OFF AT THE CIRCUIT
BREAKER BEFORE WORKING
WITH OR NEAR HIGH VOLTAGE.
Isolated relay wiring: (The Isolated Relay is rated for 1A @ 24VDC)
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Connect the wires necessary to the application that requires this output.
RED (Common) - must be used for proper operation.
BROWN (Normally Closed) - with no occupancy detected.
ORANGE (Normally Open) - with no occupancy detected.
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SENSOR ADJUSTMENT
The Sensors are factory preset to allow for quick installation in most applications. However, verification of proper wiring,
coverage, sensitivity, and time delay adjustments can be made through the following steps.
Sensitivity and Time Delay adjustments are both made under the sensor’s front cover. Insert a small flat-blade screwdriver in the slot of
the front cover to open it.
The Sensitivity Adjustment Trimpot (labeled “S”) increases or decreases the occupancy detection sensitivity.
The Time Delay is the length of time the lights stay on after no motion has been detected. It is set with DIP Switches #1–5.
The red LED flashes each time the unit senses motion. It remains on when the sensor is in Override mode.
Override: setting DIP switch #6 to “ON” will bypass (override) all the sensor’s occupancy control functions. Lights can still be manually
on/off controlled with a light switch.
Output Disable: setting all DIP switches to “OFF” will disable the Control Output (see
DIP Switch Settings
Wiring Directions). This can be used for troubleshooting sensor and power pack problems.
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kind of movement. Turn the Sensitivity
adjustment trimpot down slightly
(counterclockwise) and repeat this step until the LED does not flash and the lights turn off.
4. Now walk into the controlled area. If the lights don’t turn on, increase the Sensitivity slightly (clockwise) and try again. Repeat this
procedure until the lights come on when entering the controlled area.
5. Also, if the lights turn off while the room is occupied, it may be necessary to increase the Sensitivity slightly.
6. Set the desired Time Delay—16 minutes works well for normal applications.
Factory Presets: Sensitivity = 50% / Time Delay = 16 minutes.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
• Check that wiring connections are correct and secure.
• Make sure that the line voltage is +/- 10% of rating.
Lights do not turn off after the time delay elapses, and...:
... the red LED does not flash (does not sense motion)—possible sensor or power pack problem:
Set DIP switches to Output Disable, or disconnect the blue wire to the sensor.
• If lights go out—possible sensor problem (Call Tech Support).
• If lights do not go out—check wiring, if OK—possible power pack problem (Call Tech Support).
... the red LED flashes (senses motion):
Set DIP switches to Output Disable, or disconnect the blue wire to the sensor.
• If the lights do not go out—check the wiring.
• If lights still do not go off, check the distance between the power pack and sensor. Watstopper recommends a distance of at least 5
feet
• If the lights go out—reset the DIP switch to previous settings, or reconnect the blue wire. Note the sensitivity and time delay
settings, then lower the sensitivity and time delay adjustment to minimum.
▸▸If the lights go out after the set time delay period—the sensor may have been adjusted too high, so that vibration, air movement
or other minor motion was activating it. Adjust the sensitivity down from its previous setting to a level needed for normal
operation, and reset the time delay.
▸▸If the lights still do not go out—possible sensor problem (Call Tech Support).
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Lights do not turn on, even with motion in the room, and...:
... the red LED does not flash (does not sense motion):
• Make sure the circuit breaker has been turned back on.
• Check the sensitivity setting and increase as needed.
• Check that 24VDC is at the sensor red wire.
▸▸If 24VDC is present—possible sensor problem (Call Tech Support).
▸▸If 24VDC is not present at the sensor:
• Make sure that the power pack has the correct voltage rating for your voltage (120 or 277VAC). Replace with correctly rated
power pack.
• If the power pack is correct—check the high-voltage going into the power pack—use proper safety precautions.
• If 120 or 277VAC is present—possible power pack problem (Call Tech Support).
... the red LED flashes (senses motion):
• Turn the light switch ON, if off. The light switch needs to be on for automatic switching to occur.
• If the light switch is on, check for 24VDC at sensor blue wire.
▸▸If present, check wiring connections, if OK—possible power pack problem (Call Tech Support).
▸▸If 24VDC is not present—possible sensor problem (Call Tech Support).
Override:
Setting DIP switch #6 to on will bypass (override) all the sensor’s occupancy control functions. Lights can still be manually on/off
controlled with a light switch.
ORDERING INFORMATION
Catalog #
Description
WT-600
360° one-sided, 32kHz Ultrasonic Occupancy Sensor, up to 600 sq ft coverage, with isolated relay
WT-1100
360° two-sided, 32kHz Ultrasonic Occupancy Sensor, up to 1100 sq ft coverage, with isolated relay
WT-2200
360° two-sided, 32kHz Ultrasonic Occupancy Sensor, up to 2200 sq ft coverage, with isolated relay
WT-2250
360° two-sided, 32kHz Ultrasonic Occupancy Sensor, up to 80 linear ft coverage, with isolated relay
BZ-50
Power Pack: 120/277VAC, 50/60Hz, 20A ballast or incandescent
BZ-150
Power Pack: 120/277VAC, 50/60Hz, 20A ballast or incandescent, with Hold-On and Hold-Off capability
BZ-200
Power Pack: 120/277VAC, 50/60 Hz, 20A Ballast/ELV/MLV/Incandescent/LED, 16A, E-Ballast/CFL/Plug Load
BZ-250
Power Pack: 120/277VAC, 50/60 Hz, 20A, Ballast/ELV/MLV/Incandescent/LED, 16A E-Ballast/CFL/Plug Load, with
Hold-On/Hold-Off capability
BZ-250-347
Power Pack: 120/347VAC, 50/60 Hz, 16A Ballast/ELV/MLV/Incandescent/LED/ E-Ballast/CFL, 15A Plug Load, with
Hold-On/Hold-Off capability
All sensors available in White.
WARRANTY INFORMATION
INFORMATIONS RELATIVES À LA GARANTIE
INFORMACIÓN DE LA GARANTÍA
Wattstopper warranties its products to be free
of defects in materials and workmanship for a
period of five (5) years. There are no obligations
or liabilities on the part of Wattstopper for
consequential damages arising out of, or in
connection with, the use or performance of this
product or other indirect damages with respect
to loss of property, revenue or profit, or cost of
removal, installation or reinstallation.
Wattstopper garantit que ses produits sont
exempts de défauts de matériaux et de fabrication
pour une période de cinq (5) ans. Wattstopper
ne peut être tenu responsable de tout dommage
consécutif causé par ou lié à l’utilisation ou
à la performance de ce produit ou tout autre
dommage indirect lié à la perte de propriété, de
revenus, ou de profits, ou aux coûts d’enlèvement,
d’installation ou de réinstallation.
Wattstopper garantiza que sus productos
están libres de defectos en materiales y mano
de obra por un período de cinco (5) años. No
existen obligaciones ni responsabilidades por
parte de Wattstopper por daños consecuentes
que se deriven o estén relacionados con el
uso o el rendimiento de este producto u otros
daños indirectos con respecto a la pérdida
de propiedad, renta o ganancias, o al costo
de extracción, instalación o reinstalación.
No. 24906 – 1/17 rev. 1
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