lighting control practices guide in schools

lighting control practices guide in schools
Lighting Control Best Practice Guide
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LIGHTING
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Space by space best
practices for schools:
• Control needs/solution
• Design considerations
• Floorplan control layout
• Wiring diagram and
installation guidelines
• Equipment schedules
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LIGHTING
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The Watt Stopper has assembled the Lighting Control ABCs program to assist with
the design and implementation of lighting controls for educational facilities.
With this program, you can take advantage of The Watt Stopper’s technical
expertise, comprehensive product offering, and wide range of best practice
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guidance, specifically for schools.
Introduction to the Lighting Control Best
Practice Guide for Schools
Value of lighting control for schools
K-12 school space usage
School design guidelines
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Influential factors for lighting control
Summary of best practices for lighting control in schools
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Contents
Classrooms
Gymnasiums
9-28
29-40
Hallways
Multipurpose Rooms
Restrooms
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45-46
47-52
Exterior
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Best Practices
ASHRAE 90.1-2001 Energy Code
56-57
Lighting Control Best Practice Guide for Schools
With nearly 20 years of experience developing and producing lighting controls, The Watt Stopper has
helped thousands of organizations identify and implement energy saving lighting control systems. For
each facility, there is an optimal lighting control solution, one which meets each owner’s need, the
occupants’ needs, and which can be most effectively operated and maintained. Toward achieving this
goal, The Watt Stopper offers comprehensive lighting control products encompassing several product
lines: occupancy sensors, lighting control panels, daylighting controls, remote lighting controls, HID
controls, and products to promote integrated control among multiple building control systems. With
these product resources and unsurpassed technical expertise, The Watt Stopper helps ensure that the
right combination of products are used to satisfy the range of control needs for today’s schools and
their occupants.
This Best Practice publication focuses on design, specification, and installation guidance for lighting
control appropriate for K-12 educational facilities. It features applications that illustrate the best control
practices for a variety of spaces, facilitating lighting control design and application. With this resource,
lighting control design professionals will save time and effort spent on projects. Each best practice
meets the provisions of relevant energy codes, reduces lighting operation costs, saves energy, and
considers the needs of the primary space occupants – teachers and students.
Each Best Practice includes:
• Description of application
• List of control needs
• Product solution
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Design considerations
A lighting plan sketch
Installation notes
Wiring and installation diagrams
• Equipment schedule
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Value of Lighting Control for Schools
Schools spend a significant portion of their annual operating budgets on electricity. According to data
compiled by the Energy Information Administration (EIA), electricity expenditures account for 72% of
energy costs in educational buildings and of that, more than half is for lighting energy costs. Annual
lighting energy usage totals 36 billion kWh. Another study, conducted by American School and
University magazine, determined that electricity costs account for half of the total utility costs incurred
by educational facilities. And these studies have not taken into account the recent increases in energy
costs. So the economic impact of lighting their facilities is one not taken lightly by school
administrators.
COST OF ENERGY
IN EDUCATION BUILDINGS
$7,129 million
Electricity
$5,168 million
72%
District Heat
$595 million
8%
3%
Fuel Oil
$249 million
SITE ELECTRICITY USE
IN EDUCATION BUILDINGS
65 billion kWh
Ventilation
4 billion kWh
Lighting
36 billion kWh
Cooling
10 billion kWh
6%
66%
16%
16%
Natural Gas
$1,117 million
6%
Space Heating
4 billion kWh
11%
Note: Due to rounding, individual figures may not sum to totals.
Source: Energy Information on Administration, 1995 Commercial Buildings
Energy Consumption Survey.
Energy Usage Characteristics
of Educational Facilities
5%
Other*
7 billion kWh
Office Equipment
3 billion kWh
* Other includes miscellaneous uses (2 billion kWh, water heating (2 billion
kWh), refrigeration (2 billion kWh), and cooking (1 billion kWh).
Note: Due to rounding, individual figures may not sum to totals.
Source: Energy Information on Administration, 1995 Commercial Buildings
Energy Consumption Survey.
The use of lighting controls can reduce these expenditures significantly. Expected savings from the
use of occupancy sensors in classrooms alone can range from 10-50%. These savings are realized
simply by turning lighting off when the rooms are unoccupied and lighting is not necessary. Other
lighting controls can reduce lighting energy usage as well. For instance, the EPA has estimated that
the use of daylighting controls can result in savings ranging up to 40%. Perhaps most importantly,
these savings can be realized without affecting the quality of educational activities or the efficacy of
the learning environment.
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K-12 School Space Usage
The types of facilities and spaces used in schools vary, depending upon the grade level of the
institution. The pie chart below illustrates the average percentage of floor space for common space
types found in K-12 facilities.
Space usage is an important consideration. Elementary and middle/high school classrooms, for
instance, are primarily differentiated by the way the space is used. While often the teacher "owns" the
classroom regardless of educational level, occupants and activities can vary depending on educational
level. In elementary schools, occupants in a classroom generally remain the same throughout the
school day while the educational activities change. At the middle/high school levels, however, students
move between classrooms throughout the day while activities in each classroom remain similar.
These differences in space usage should be considered in the lighting controls decision. For instance,
differences in space usage would impact a decision on the use of daylighting controls. Classrooms,
where students are engaged in reading or computer work are better suited to the use of continuous
dimming controls, while in hallways, where occupancy may be more transient and students are
moving, would be well suited to ON/OFF daylight switching controls.
Space ownership plays an equally important role in the design and selection of lighting controls. In
areas where ownership is strongest, manual overrides might be desirable. Common areas, where no
single occupant or group of occupants is dominant, benefit more from purely automated control.
Hallways/Circulation
15%
Restrooms
5%
Administration
6%
Food Service
5%
Other
7%
Phys Ed
21%
Media Center
5%
Classrooms
36%
Average % of Floorspace by Space Type for Schools
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School Design Guidelines
A well designed control system requires the consideration of energy codes, the occupants’ and building
owner’s control needs, building use patterns and the type of lighting that’s used in each space. Listed
below are some general lighting control best practice principles for space types in schools.
General Considerations
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Mount occupancy sensors at least 6 to 8 ft away from HVAC ducts. Ultrasonic sensors should be
mounted on vibration free, stable surfaces and should not be used in areas of heavy air flow, moving
objects, or where the ceiling height is greater than 14 ft.
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If there is a concern that lighting could be turned off automatically or manually when people are still
in a space, put in night lighting for safe egress.
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Use products that are durable and can resist abuse, such as stainless steel wall plates.
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Many lighting control devices have specific voltage and load rating requirements. Be sure to
specify the device model that matches the correct voltage and load rating for the application.
Classrooms
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Dual technology occupancy sensors are used for classrooms because of their optimal performance.
Classrooms with hanging artwork that can move due to air flow, should utilize passive infrared sensors.
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Mount occupancy sensors so there is no detection outside the door. They should be mounted
close to the teacher's desk, above the main level of activity, and below fixture mounting heights.
They should not be placed where they could be covered by artwork, shelves or other furniture.
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Always include switches that provide manual override control of the lighting.
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If daylight is available, provide daylight responsive, continuous dimming control.
Public Spaces/Common Areas
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Public spaces, such as hallways and restrooms, are best suited for automatic on/off control of
lighting. If manual control is needed, use key operated switches or install switches in secured areas.
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If daylight is available, provide daylight responsive, stepped dimming control.
Gymnasiums/Multipurpose Rooms
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For spaces with HID lighting requiring a restrike period, it is best to use a control panel with time
based on/off control. A more energy efficient design can be accomplished by using bi-level control
of HID fixtures with occupancy sensors and time based control for shut off after hours.
Restrooms
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Ultrasonic sensors are the right choice for spaces such as restrooms with stalls even when there is
no direct line of site of the occupant from the sensor.
Exterior
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Using a lighting control panel with time clock and photocell, control exterior lighting to turn on at dusk
and off at dawn. Program the clock to turn non-security lighting off early for energy savings.
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Influential Factors for Lighting Control
Energy Code Requirements
Energy code compliance varies from state to state. Many states are adopting the new ASHRAE 90.12001 standard, which requires automatic lighting shut-off in commercial buildings greater than 5000
square feet in individual spaces by using either time scheduling or occupancy sensors. Other states,
such as California, have developed their own guidelines for lighting and other energy controls.
Safety and Security
Providing lighting when and where needed is a key factor of safety and security. In a public setting
such as a school, security is of the utmost importance. Proper design and use of lighting controls is an
integral part of addressing these concerns. Location and accessibility to manual controls, adequate
night lighting, timely exterior lighting control, reliable system operation as well as other lighting control
elements, all play a part in ensuring safety and security in schools.
Energy Efficiency and Sustainable Building Designs
With rising energy costs, making educational facilities operate as efficiently as possible is of increasing
importance. Similarly, many new educational facilities are being designed using sustainable resource
principles. These include architectural features, such as daylighting, and the use of building materials
that are recyclable or environmentally benign.
Community Center Functions
Another trend that influences lighting and lighting control design is the increasing use of educational
facilities as community centers for adult education and after-school programs. Extended and varying
operating schedules alter the space usage, and impose additional needs for flexibility in lighting
control.
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Summary of Best Practices for Lighting Control in Schools
The table below summarizes the lighting control best practices for school spaces shown in this guide.
These best practices address typical control needs in the most common space types. However,
control needs will vary from project to project and with school type.
Although not described in this guide, many other areas in a school are ideal for lighting control
including administrative offices, libraries, cafeterias, auditoriums, storage areas, field lighting, locker
rooms, and more.
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Best Practices Summary
C1.0
Classroom
• occupancy sensing • manual override
C1.0.5
Classroom (hanging mobiles)
• occupancy sensing • manual override
C1.1
Classroom
• occupancy sensing • bi-level switching • manual override
C1.2
Classroom
• occupancy sensing • bi-level switching • manual override
• daylighting (stepped dimming)
C2.0
Classroom (partitioned)
• occupancy sensing • manual override
C2.1
Classroom (partitioned)
• occupancy sensing • bi-level switching • manual override
C3.0
Classroom
• occupancy sensing • bi-level switching • manual override
• daylighting (continuous dimming)
C3.1
Classroom (skylight)
• occupancy sensing • manual dimming • manual override
• daylighting (continuous dimming)
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G1.0
Gymnasium
• time scheduling • bi-level HID • night lighting • manual override
G1.1
Gymnasium
• time scheduling • bi-level HID • time switch • occupancy sensing
• night lighting • manual override
G2.0
Gymnasium (partitioned)
• time scheduling • manual override
H1.0
Hallway, vestibule, lobby
• time scheduling • occupancy sensing
M1.0
Multipurpose room
• occupancy sensing • manual override • bi-level switching
R1.0
Large restroom
• occupancy sensing • manual override • fan control
R2.0
Small restroom
• occupancy sensing • manual override • fan control
R3.0
Faculty/individual restroom
• occupancy sensing • manual override • fan control
E1.0
Exterior lighting
• time scheduling • photocell • manual override
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C1.0 Classroom: occupancy sensing
Automatically turn lights
ON/OFF based on
occupancy
Corner-mounted dual
technology occupancy
sensor (DT series)
Manual override OFF
Wall switch
Space use:
Dimensions:
Ceiling height:
Windows:
Occupancy-based control
of HVAC system
Isolated relay on
occupancy sensor
Window blinds:
Skylights:
Classroom activities
28’ x 30’
10’
Windows along one wall providing
view to exterior and ventilation
Horizontal blinds
None
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Application Description
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Solution
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Control Needs
Lighting
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Pendant mounted indirect/direct luminaires with
isolated center lamp optics using three T5 lamps and
2-lamp, tandem wired 277 volt electronic ballasts
Design Considerations
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The DT-200 Dual Technology occupancy sensor automatically turns lights off when the classroom is unoccupied, and turns
lights on upon occupancy. It is positioned near the teacher’s desk to ensure detection when classes are not in session and the
teacher is at the desk. The sensor is corner-mounted to prevent a view out the doorway that might otherwise result in false
activations. A standard wall switch allows users to manually override lights off. In most classrooms, the DT Dual Technology
occupancy sensor will provide the best coverage and detection. In cases where hanging objects exist, such as mobiles, artwork
or teaching aids, a CX-100 passive infrared sensor should be used (see C1.0.5).
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C1.0 Installation Notes
1. Mount DT-200 occupancy sensor at same height as luminaire so that sensor view is not blocked.
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2. Mount DT-200 in corner and aim at opposing corner to provide a full view of the room but not the corridor.
3. DT-200 is shipped with a factory preset time delay of 18 minutes, the recommended minimum for classrooms and with
sensitivity setting at maximum. Refer to installation instructions if adjustments are necessary.
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4. Use a minimum of 22 gauge wire for low voltage wiring. See Technical Bulletin TB-124 on Voltage Loss at www.wattstopper.com.
5. Use stainless steel wall switch plates to facilitate cleaning and minimize damage from impact.
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Luminaire power wiring
DT-200 Occupancy Sensor Wiring Diagram
Power pack and
J-box above ceiling
J-Box
J-Box
PP
a
Low voltage
wiring to
occupancy sensor
(22 gauge wire
minimum)
White (Neutral)
Red (Line)
C
Mount occupancy sensor at same
height as bottom of luminaire
so sensor’s view of room is not blocked
DT-200
occupancy sensor
Hot
Black
Power pack
Red (Load)
Blue
White
Black
Low voltage isolated relay
wiring to BAS or HVAC
N
Red
l
Low voltage wiring
to power pack
Switch
Isolated Relay Outputs
Lighting
Load
Wires
Normally Closed Contact
Common
Normally Open Contact
BRN
RED
ORN
Control Output 24VDC
Common
YEL
GRN
Light Level Output 24VDC
+24VDC
Common
GRA
BLU
VIO
Light level output capped
(not used)
Line voltage
wall switch for
override off
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Description
DT-200
1
Dual technology occupancy sensor, isolated relay, wide angle lens
B277E-P
1
Power pack, 277 VAC, 60 Hz
AC1 Series
1
Wall switch, Pass & Seymour/legrand, AC1 series, single pole
SL1
1
Wall plate, Pass & Seymour/legrand, type 430, stainless steel finish, single-gang
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C1.0.5 Classroom (hanging mobiles): occupancy sensing
Automatically turn lights
ON/OFF based on
occupancy
Corner-mounted passive
infrared occupancy sensor
(CX series)
Manual override OFF
Wall switch
Space use:
Dimensions:
Ceiling height:
Windows:
Occupancy-based control
of HVAC system
Isolated relay on
occupancy sensor
Window blinds:
Skylights:
Classroom activities
28’ x 30’
10’
Windows along one wall providing
view to exterior and ventilation
Horizontal blinds
None
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Application Description
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Solution
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Control Needs
Lighting
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Design Considerations
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Pendant mounted indirect/direct luminaires with
isolated center lamp optics using three T5 lamps and
2-lamp, tandem wired 277 volt electronic ballasts
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The CX-100 occupancy sensor automatically turns lights off when the classroom is unoccupied, and turns lights on upon
occupancy. It is positioned near the teacher’s desk to ensure detection when classes are not in session and the teacher is at
the desk. The sensor is corner-mounted to prevent a view out the doorway that might otherwise result in false activations. A
standard wall switch allows users to manually override lights off. While in most classrooms, the DT Dual Technology occupancy
sensor will provide the best coverage and occupancy detection, the CX-100 passive infrared sensor is best for this application
because of the presence of hanging objects.
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Low voltage wiring
Line voltage wiring
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C1.0.5 Installation Notes
1. Mount CX-100 occupancy sensor at same height as luminaire so that sensor view is not blocked.
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2. Mount CX-100 sensor in corner and aim at opposing corner to provide a full view of the room but not the corridor.
3. CX-200 is shipped with a factory preset time delay of 18 minutes, the recommended minimum for classrooms and with
sensitivity setting at maximum. Refer to installation instructions if adjustments are necessary.
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4. Use a minimum of 22 gauge wire for low voltage wiring. See Technical Bulletin TB-124 on Voltage Loss at www.wattstopper.com.
5. Use stainless steel wall switch plates to facilitate cleaning and minimize damage from impact.
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Power pack and
J-box above ceiling
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Low voltage
wiring to
occupancy sensor
(22 gauge wire
minimum)
Low voltage wiring
to power pack
White (Neutral)
Red (Line)
N
White
Hot
Black
C
Low voltage isolated relay
wiring to BAS or HVAC
Mount occupancy sensor at same
height as bottom of luminaire
so sensor’s view of room is not blocked
CX-100
occupancy sensor
Power pack
Red (Load)
Blue
J-Box
J-Box
Black
Luminaire power wiring
CX-100 Occupancy Sensor Wiring Diagram
Red
s
CX-100 Occupancy Sensor Installation
Isolated Relay Outputs
Switch
Lighting
Load
Wires
Normally Closed Contact
Common
Normally Open Contact
BRN
RED
ORN
Control Output 24VDC
Common
YEL
GRN
Light Level Output 24VDC
+24VDC
Common
GRA
BLU
VIO
Light level output capped
(not used)
Line voltage
wall switch for
override off
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Description
CX-100
1
Passive infrared occupancy sensor, isolated relay, wide angle lens
B277E-P
1
Power pack, 277 VAC, 60 Hz
AC1 Series
1
Wall switch, Pass & Seymour/legrand, AC1 series, single pole
SL1
1
Wall plate, Pass & Seymour/legrand, type 430, stainless steel finish, single-gang
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C1.1 Classroom: occupancy sensing • bi-level switching
Automatically turn lights
ON/OFF based on
occupancy
Corner-mounted dual
technology occupancy
sensor (DT series)
Bi-level switching
Tandem-wired ballasts
and wall switches
Space use:
Dimensions:
Ceiling height:
Windows:
Manual override OFF
Wall switches
Window blinds:
Skylights:
Occupancy-based control
of HVAC system
Isolated relay on occupancy
sensor
Lighting
Classroom activities
28’ x 30’
10’
Windows along one wall providing
view to exterior and ventilation
Horizontal blinds
None
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Pendant mounted indirect/direct luminaires with isolated
center lamp optics using three T5 lamps and 2-lamp, tandem
wired 277 volt electronic ballasts
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Application Description
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Solution
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Control Needs
Design Considerations
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The DT-200 Dual Technology occupancy sensor automatically turns lights off when the classroom is unoccupied, and turns lights
on upon occupancy. It is positioned near the teacher’s desk to ensure detection when classes are not in session and the teacher is
at the desk. The sensor is corner-mounted to prevent a view out the doorway that might otherwise result in false activations. Two
standard wall switches are used for overriding lights off, and for bi-level control, providing control of the center lamps in each
luminaire independently of the outboard lamps. In most classrooms, the DT Dual Technology occupancy sensor will provide the
best coverage and detection. In cases where hanging objects exist, such as mobiles, artwork or teaching aids, a CX-100 passive
infrared sensor should be used (see C1.0.5).
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a,b
a,b
Sa controls outboard lamps, and
Sb controls center lamps. (Center
lamps are tandem wired.)
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a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
Corridor
LEGEND
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Bi-level switching
a,b
a,b
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B277E-P power pack
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Wall switch
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Junction box
Low voltage wiring
Line voltage wiring
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C1.1 Installation Notes
1. Mount DT-200 occupancy sensor at same height as luminaire so that sensor view is not blocked.
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2. Mount DT-200 in corner and aim at opposing corner to provide a full view of the room but not the corridor.
3. DT-200 is shipped with a factory preset time delay of 18 minutes, the recommended minimum for classrooms and with
sensitivity setting at maximum. Refer to installation instructions if adjustments are necessary.
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4. Use a minimum of 22 gauge wire for low voltage wiring. See Technical Bulletin TB-124 on Voltage Loss at www.wattstopper.com.
5. Use stainless steel wall switch plates to facilitate cleaning and minimize damage from impact.
DT-200 Occupancy Sensor Installation
Luminaire power wiring
DT-200 Occupancy Sensor Wiring Diagram
Power pack and
J-box above ceiling
J-Box
J-Box
PP
Low voltage
wiring to
occupancy sensor
(22 gauge wire
minimum)
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Switch
White (Neutral)
White
Hot
Black
Power pack
Red (Load)
Red
Mount occupancy sensor at same
height as bottom of luminaire
so sensor’s view of room is not blocked
Red (Line)
N
DT-200
occupancy sensor
Blue
C
Low voltage isolated relay
wiring to BAS or HVAC
Black
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Low voltage wiring
to power pack
Lighting
Load
(a)
Switch
Isolated Relay Outputs
Lighting
Load
(b)
Wires
Normally Closed Contact
Common
Normally Open Contact
BRN
RED
ORN
Control Output 24VDC
Common
YEL
GRN
Light Level Output 24VDC
+24VDC
Common
GRA
BLU
VIO
Light level output capped
(not used)
Line voltage
wall switch for
override off
Equipment Schedule
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DT-200
1
Dual technology occupancy sensor, isolated relay, wide angle lens
B277E-P
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Power pack, 277 VAC, 60 Hz
AC1 series
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Wall switch, Pass & Seymour/legrand, AC1 series, single pole
SL2
1
Wall plate, Pass & Seymour/legrand, type 430, stainless steel finish, two-gang
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Automatically turn lights
ON/OFF based on
occupancy
Corner-mounted dual
technology occupancy
sensor (DT series)
Bi-level switching
Tandem-wired ballasts
and wall switches
Space use:
Dimensions:
Ceiling height:
Windows:
Manual override OFF
Wall switches
Light level ON/OFF
control of row adjacent
to window
Luminaire-mounted light
level sensor controlling
outboard lamps (uplight
component) (LS-100)
Occupancy-based
control of HVAC system
Isolated relay on
occupancy sensor
Classroom activities
28’ x 30’
10’
Windows along one wall providing
view to exterior and ventilation
Horizontal blinds
None
Window blinds:
Skylights:
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C1.2 Classroom: occupancy sensing • bi-level switching • daylighting
Lighting
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Design Considerations
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Pendant mounted indirect/direct luminaires with isolated
center lamp optics using three T5 lamps and 2-lamp,
tandem wired 277 volt electronic ballasts
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The DT-200 Dual Technology occupancy sensor automatically turns lights off when the classroom is unoccupied, and turns lights
on upon occupancy. It is positioned near the teacher’s desk to ensure detection when classes are not in session and the teacher is
at the desk. The sensor is corner-mounted to prevent a view out the doorway that might otherwise result in false activations. An
LS-100 light level sensor is used for turning off the outboard lamps in row 1 when enough daylight is present. Three manual wall
switches are used for overriding lights off and for bi-level control, with center lamps in each luminaire controlled independently of
the outboard lamps. In most classrooms, the DT Dual Technology occupancy sensor will provide the best coverage and occupancy
detection. In cases where hanging objects exist, such as mobiles, artwork or teaching aids, a CX-100 passive infrared sensor
should be used (see C1.0.5).
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Sa Sb Sc
Row 1
a,b
Sa controls center lamps, and
Sb, c control outboard lamps in each row
a,c
a,b
a,c
a,b
a,c
a,b
a,c
a,b
Corridor
LEGEND
DT-200 Dual Technology
occupancy sensor
PP
LS-100XA light level
sensor
B277E-P power pack
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Wall switch
J
Junction box
Bi-level switching
a,c
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a,b
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Line voltage wiring
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LS-100XA mounted to
end of luminaire
Mount occupancy sensor at same
height as bottom of luminaire
so sensor’s view of room is not blocked
LED
indicator
Sensitivity
adjustment Bypass
pin socket
Mounting
holes
S
D
Line voltage
wall switch for
override off
Deadband
adjustment
Sensor
window
Time adjustment
(on back)
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B277E-P
power pack
Low voltage control wiring
run down luminaire stem
to light level sensor
Luminaire
power wiring
Low voltage wiring
to power pack
Light level sensor adjustments
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Low voltage isolated relay
wiring to BAS or HVAC
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LS-100 Light Level Sensor Installation
Low voltage
wiring to
occupancy sensor
(22 gauge wire
minimum)
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Power pack and
J-box above ceiling
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Wires
BRN
RED
ORN
Control Output 24VDC
Common
YEL
GRN
Light Level Output 24VDC
+24VDC
Common
GRA
BLU
VIO
Blk
Blu
Blk
Red
Hot
Power Pack
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Occupancy Sensor
Red (load)
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A
D
(a)
Center
Lamps
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O
A
D
(b)
Outboard
Lamps
in Row 2
L
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A
D
(c)
Outboard
Lamps
in Row 1
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Switch a
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White (neutral)
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White (neutral)
Power Pack
Red
Blk
Blu
Blk
Red
Red
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Light level output capped
(not used)
N
a
Normally Closed Contact
Common
Normally Open Contact
Switch c
+24VDC
Common
Control Output
LS-100XA
Light Level
Sensor
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1. Mount DT-200 occupancy sensor at same height as luminaire so that sensor view is not blocked.
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2. Mount DT-200 in corner and aim at opposing corner to provide a full view of the room but not the corridor.
3. DT-200 is shipped with a factory preset time delay of 18 minutes, the recommended minimum for classrooms and with
sensitivity setting at maximum. Refer to installation instructions if adjustments are necessary.
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4. Use a minimum of 22 gauge wire for low voltage wiring. See Technical Bulletin TB-124 on Voltage Loss at www.wattstopper.com.
5. Use stainless steel switch plates to facilitate cleaning and minimize damage from impact.
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6. Mount LS-100 light level sensor to end of luminaire as shown on Light Level Sensor Installation drawing. Face lens toward
window.
7. Follow the LS-100 installation instructions for setting the appropriate sensitivity and deadband levels.
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Description
DT-200
1
Dual technology occupancy sensor, isolated relay, wide angle lens
LS-100XA
1
Light level sensor, 10 - 200 footcandle range
B277E-P
2
Power pack, 277 VAC, 60 Hz
AC1 series
3
Wall switch, Pass & Seymour/legrand, AC1 series, single pole
SL3
1
Wall plate, Pass & Seymour/legrand, type 430, stainless steel finish, three-gang
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Automatically turn lights
ON/OFF based on
occupancy
Corner-mounted dual
technology occupancy
sensor (DT series)
Space use:
Manual override OFF
Low voltage wall switch
Combined control of
both rooms when
partition is open, and
separate control when
partition is closed
Automatic Relay Pack
(ARP-Net) with door control
relay
Occupancy-based
control of HVAC system
Isolated relay on Automatic
Relay Pack
Dimensions:
Windows:
Window blinds:
Skylights:
Classroom activities. Space is
partitioned and can be used either as
one large classroom or two individual
classrooms
28’ x 60’
Windows along one wall providing
view to exterior and ventilation
Horizontal blinds
None
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Lighting
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Application Description
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Solution
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Control Needs
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Pendant mounted indirect/direct luminaires with isolated
center lamp optics using three T5 lamps and 2-lamp,
tandem wired 277 volt electronic ballasts
Design Considerations
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The DT-200 Dual Technology occupancy sensors automatically turn lights off when the classroom is unoccupied, and turn lights
on upon occupancy. Each sensor is positioned near a teacher’s desk to ensure detection when a teacher is at the desk and
classes are not in session. The sensors are corner-mounted to prevent a view out the doorway that might otherwise result in false
activations. A low voltage wall switch in each partitioned area is used for manually overriding lights off. A door control relay and an
Automatic Relay Pack (ARP-Net) are used for operating all lighting loads and switches together when the partition is open, and
operating each room individually when the partition is closed. The ARP-Net powers the occupancy sensors, and switches the
lighting loads. In most classrooms, the DT Dual Technology occupancy sensor will provide the best coverage and detection. In
cases where hanging objects exist, such as mobiles, artwork or teaching aids, a CX-100 passive infrared sensor should be used
(see C1.0.5).
Door control
relay
S
S
R
A
J
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Teacher’s Desk
Teacher’s Desk
LEGEND
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occupancy sensor
A
ARP-Net Automatic Relay Pack
S Low voltage wall switch
R Door control relay
J
Junction box
Low voltage wiring
Line voltage wiring
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1. Mount DT-200 occupancy sensor at same height as luminaire so that sensor view is not blocked.
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2. Mount DT-200 in corner and aim at opposing corner to provide a full view of the room but not the corridor.
3. DT-200 is shipped with a factory preset time delay of 18 minutes, the recommended minimum for classrooms and with
sensitivity setting at maximum. Refer to installation instructions if adjustments are necessary.
4. Locate the ARP-Net in an accessible ceiling space, or an accessible location close to the load (directly above the controlling
switches if convenient). Mount the ARP-Net to a standard junction box using the provided 1/2” nipple and locknut.
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5. Wire low voltage switches to the ARP-Net through the door control relay.
6. Do not directly connect conduit runs to low voltage section of the ARP-Net. Do not use ARP-Net’s low voltage wiring
compartment as a raceway or junction box for low voltage wiring.
8. ARP-Net isolated relays can provide status information to the BAS and/or control HVAC loads.
9. Use stainless steel switch plates to facilitate cleaning and minimize damage from impact.
10. Install door control relays in separate enclosure above ceiling. Connect door control switch to close relay when partition doors
are opened.
DT-200, ARP-Net Installation
Wiring Diagram
Neutral
ARP
-Net
Power
Config. Switches
Wall mount occupancy sensor at same
mounting height as bottom of luminaire
so that sensor’s view of room is not blocked
Load
2
Org
Red
Grn
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Low-voltage
wiring to
ARP-Net
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Load
1
Org
Ground
Low voltage
wiring to
occupancy sensor,
low voltage switches,
and door control
relay (22 gauge wire
minimum)
Red
J-Box
ARP-Net and
J-Box above ceiling
J-Box
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Hot
Luminaire power wiring
Blk (120V)
Brn (277V)
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7. Use a minimum of 22 gauge wire for low voltage wiring. See Technical Bulletin TB-124 on Voltage Loss at www.wattstopper.com.
Output 1 Output 2
ARP-Net
Automatic
Relay Pack
Relay 1
Relay 2
ARP-Net
Junction
box
DT-200
Occupancy sensor
mounted in corner
High voltage wiring
to luminaires
ARP
DT-200
1/2" thread
fitting
Low voltage
wiring compartment
~
Low voltage
wall switch for
override off
Low voltage wiring
to switches, occupancy
sensors, and door
control relay
DT-200
RS2-37
RS2-37
Low voltage
wall switch
3 Pole Door Control Relay
Door open = relay closed
Door olosed = relay open
Low voltage
wall switch
Equipment Schedule
Catalog No.
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Qty
Description
DT-200
2
Dual technology occupancy sensor, isolated relay, wide angle lens
ARP-Net
1
Automatic Relay Pack, 120/277 VAC
RS2-37
2
2 button low voltage momentary switch, white
RP2-116
2
Wall plate, single-gang, stainless steel finish
RH3B-U-DC24V
1
Door control relay, 3-pole with 24 VDC coil, DIN rail mounted, Idec Corp. or equivalent
SH3B-05
1
Relay socket, Idec Corp. or equivalent
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Application Description
Automatically turn lights
ON/OFF based on
occupancy
Corner-mounted dual
technology occupancy
sensor (DT series)
Space use:
Bi-level switching
Tandem wired ballasts and
wall switches
Combined control of
both rooms when
partition is open, and
separate control when
partition is closed
Automatic Relay Pack
(ARP-Net) with door control
relay
Window blinds:
Skylights:
Occupancy-based
control of HVAC system
Isolated relay output on
Automatic Relay Pack
s
Low voltage wall switches
s
Manual override OFF
Dimensions:
Ceiling height:
Windows:
Classroom activities. Space is
partitioned and can be used either as
one large classroom or two individual
classrooms
28’ x 60’
10’
Windows along one wall providing
view to exterior and ventilation
Horizontal blinds
None
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Lighting
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Pendant mounted indirect/direct luminaires with isolated
center lamp optics using three T5 lamps and 2-lamp, 277 volt
electronic ballasts. Center lamps are tandem wired.
Design Considerations
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a,b
c,d
c,d
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The DT-200 Dual Technology occupancy sensors are used to automatically turn lights off when the classroom is unoccupied, and
turn lights on upon occupancy. Each sensor is positioned near a teacher’s desk to ensure detection when a teacher is at the desk
and classes are not in session. The sensors are corner-mounted to prevent a view out the doorway that might otherwise result in
false activations. A door control relay, low voltage wall switches, and Automatic Relay Packs (ARP-Net) are used for bi-level
control, operating the center lamp and outboard lamps as two separate lighting groups in each room when the partition is closed.
When the partition is open, the door control relay closes, and bi-level control of the center and outboard lamps is maintained for
the entire space (from either switching location). The ARP-Net powers the occupancy sensors as well as switching the lighting
loads. Low voltage switches are used for manually overriding lights off. In most classrooms, the DT Dual Technology occupancy
sensor will provide the best coverage and detection. In cases where hanging objects exist, such as mobiles, artwork or teaching
aids, a CX-100 passive infrared sensor should be used (see C1.0.5).
a,b
Teacher’s Desk
a,b
c,d
c,d
c,d
Sa,c controls center lamps
Sb,d controls outboard lamps
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occupancy sensor
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A
ARP-Net Automatic
Relay Pack
S Low voltage switch
R Door control relays
J
Junction box
Low voltage wiring
Line voltage wiring
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3. DT-200 is shipped with a factory preset time delay of 18 minutes, the recommended minimum for classrooms and with
sensitivity setting at maximum. Refer to installation instructions if adjustments are necessary.
4. Locate the ARP-Net in an accessible ceiling space, or an accessible location close to the load (directly above the controlling
switches if convenient). Mount the ARP-Net to a standard junction box using the provided 1/2” nipple and locknut.
5. Wire low voltage switches to the ARP-Net through the door control relays.
6. Do not directly connect conduit runs to low voltage section of the ARP-Net. Do not use ARP-Net’s low voltage wiring
compartment as a raceway or junction box for low voltage wiring.
7. Use a minimum of 22 gauge wire for low voltage wiring. See Technical Bulletin TB-124 on Voltage Loss at www.wattstopper.com.
8. ARP-Net isolated relay can provide status information to the BAS and/or control HVAC loads.
9. Use stainless steel switch plates to facilitate cleaning and minimize damage from impact.
10. Install door control relays in separate enclosure above ceiling. Connect door control switch to close relay when partition doors
are opened.
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1. Mount DT-200 occupancy sensor at same height as luminaire so that sensor view is not blocked.
2. Mount DT-200 in corner and aim at opposing corner to provide a full view of the room but not the corridor.
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Luminaire power wiring
J-Box
ARP-Net and
J-Box above ceiling
J-Box
Wiring Diagram
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ARP
-Net
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Low voltage
wiring to
occupancy sensor,
low voltage switches,
and door control
relay (22 gauge wire
minimum)
Hot
Neutral
Ground
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Low-voltage
wiring to
ARP-Net
ARP-Net
Junction
box
DT-200
Occupancy sensor
mounted in corner
High voltage wiring
to luminaires
ARP
1/2" thread
fitting
Low voltage
wiring compartment
~
Relay 1 1 & 2 Relay 2
c
Load
d
Relay 1 1 & 2 Relay 2
Sc
Sb
Sd
2 - 3 Pole
Door Control Relays
Door Open = Relay Closed
Door Closed = Relay Open
Equipment Schedule
Catalog No.
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Qty
Description
DT-200
2
Dual technology occupancy sensor, isolated relay, wide angle lens
ARP-Net
2
Automatic Relay Pack, 120/277 VAC
RS2-36
4
2 button low voltage momentary switch, stainless steel finish
RP2-126
2
Wall plate, single-gang for 2 switches, stainless steel finish
RH3B--U-DC24V
2
Door control relay, 3-pole with 24 VDC coil, DIN rail mounted, Idec Corp. or equivalent
SH-3B-05
2
Relay socket, Idec Corp. or equivalent
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DT-200
Sa
Low voltage
wall switch for
override off
Low voltage wiring
to switches, occupancy
sensors, and door
control relay
Load
b
a
DT-200
Wall mount occupancy sensor at same
mounting height as bottom of luminaire
so that sensor’s view of room is not blocked
Room B
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Corner-mounted dual
technology occupancy
sensor (DT series)
Bi-level switching
Tandem wired ballasts and
wall switches
Space use:
Dimensions:
Ceiling height:
Windows:
Manual override OFF
Wall switches
Window blinds:
Skylights:
Automatically dim luminaire
row parallel to windows
Ceiling mounted dimming
light level sensor (LS-201)
Lighting
Occupancy-based control
of HVAC system
Isolated relay on
occupancy sensor
Recessed 2’x4’ fluorescent lensed luminaires using three
T8 lamps with tandem wired ballasts; luminaires by window
have 0-10 VDC dimming ballasts
Classroom activities
28’ x 30’
10’
Windows along one wall providing
view to exterior and ventilation
Horizontal blinds
None
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Automatically turn lights
ON/OFF based on
occupancy
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Application Description
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The DT-200 Dual Technology occupancy sensor is used to automatically turn lights off when the room is unoccupied, and turn
lights on upon occupancy. It is positioned near the teacher’s desk to ensure detection when classes are not in session and the
teacher is at the desk. The sensor is corner-mounted to prevent a view out the doorway that might otherwise result in false
activations. An LS-201 dimming light level sensor, mounted on the ceiling, dims the lamps in the row parallel to the window when
enough daylight is present. Two wall switches are used to manually override lights off and for bi-level control, operating the center
lamps independently from the outboard lamps. In most classrooms, the DT Dual Technology occupancy sensor will provide the
best coverage and detection. In cases where hanging objects exist, such as mobiles, artwork or teaching aids, a CX-100 passive
infrared sensor should be used (see C1.0.5).
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Blackboard
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Row 2
Row 1
J
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a,b
a,b
c,d
a,b
a,b
Sa,c Sb,d
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Row 3
Corridor
*LS-201 dims
row 3
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ballasts, tandem
wired (row 3)
c,d
a,b
PP
DT-200 Dual Technology
occupancy sensor
LS-201 dimming light
level sensor
B277E-P power pack
S
Wall switch
J
Junction box
*
a,b
Low voltage wiring
Line voltage wiring
Sa,c controls center lamps
Sb,d controls outboard lamps
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1. Mount DT-200 in corner and aim at opposing corner to provide a full view of the room but not the corridor.
2. DT-200 is shipped with a factory preset time delay of 18 minutes, the recommended minimum for classrooms and with
sensitivity setting at maximum. Refer to installation instructions if adjustments are necessary.
3. Use a minimum of 22 gauge wire for low voltage wiring. See Technical Bulletin TB-124 on Voltage Loss at www.wattstopper.com.
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4. Use stainless steel switch plates to facilitate cleaning and minimize damage from impact.
5. Mount LS-201 dimming light level sensor between 5 and 8 feet from the window wall for optimum operation.
7. DT-200 sensor isolated relay can provide status information to the BAS and/or control HVAC loads.
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Hot
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Wires
Normally Closed Contact
Common
Normally Open Contact
BRN
RED
ORN
Control Output 24VDC
Common
YEL
GRN
Light Level Output 24VDC
+24VDC
Common
BLU
VIO
GRA
Blu
Light level output capped
(not used)
Blk
C
Red
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Power Pack
DT-200
Occupancy Sensor
Red (Load)
Purple
Blk
Non
Dim
(a)
Dim
(c)
Non
Outboard
Dim
Lamps
(b)
Dim
(d)
Center
Lamps
Grey
Red (Line)
White (Neutral)
LS-201
Dimming Light
Level Sensor
White (Neutral)
Equipment Schedule
Catalog No.
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Description
DT-200
1
Dual technology occupancy sensor, isolated relay, wide angle lens
LS-201
1
LightSaver dimming light level sensor, 0-10 VDC, 60 degree field of view, 15 to 70 fc range
B277E-P
1
Power pack, 277 volt, 60 Hz
AC1 Series
2
Wall switch, Pass & Seymour/legrand, AC1 series, single pole
SL2
1
Wall plate, Pass & Seymour/legrand, type 430, stainless steel finish, two-gang
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Automatically turn lights
OFF when unoccupied
Corner-mounted dual
technology occupancy
sensor (DT series)
Manual ON/OFF and
dim control
Manual dimmer/override
switch (LS-4)
Space use:
Dimensions:
Ceiling height:
Windows:
Dim luminaires based
upon available daylight
Daylight dimming controller
with photocell mounted in
skylight well (LCD series)
Window blinds:
Skylights:
Classroom activities
28’ x 30’
10’
Windows along one wall providing
view to exterior and ventilation
Horizontal blinds
Two overhead skylights
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C3.1 Classroom (skylight): occupancy sensing • daylighting • manual dimming
Lighting
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Design Considerations
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Pendant mounted indirect/direct luminaires with isolated
center lamp optics using three T8 lamps and with 3-lamp
0-10 VDC electronic dimming ballast
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The LCD dimming system is used to automatically dim lights based on available daylight. The LS-190C photocell reads light levels at
the skylight and provides this information to the LCD control module, which raises or lowers light output accordingly. The LS-4
dimming wall switch allows users to manually dim or turn lights on and off. The DT-200 Dual Technology occupancy sensor is used to
automatically turn lights off when the room is unoccupied, and turn lights on upon occupancy. It is positioned near the teacher’s desk
to ensure detection when classes are not in session and the teacher is at the desk. The sensor is corner-mounted to prevent a view
out the doorway that might otherwise result in false activations. In most classrooms, the DT Dual Technology occupancy sensor will
provide the best coverage and detection. In cases where hanging objects exist, such as mobiles, artwork or teaching aids, a CX-100
passive infrared sensor should be used (see C1.0.5).
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Blackboard
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Teacher’s Desk
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Skylight
Corridor
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LCD-103-277
dimming control module
pc LS-190C photocell
(mounted in skylight well)
LCD
Skylight
LS-4 dimming wall switch
DT-200 Dual Technology
occupancy sensor
PP
B277E-P power pack
J
Junction box
Low voltage wiring
Line voltage wiring
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Low voltage wiring to
photocell, occupancy sensor,
power pack and dimming wall switch
Power wiring
PP
LCD
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J-Box
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Low voltage
wiring to LCD controller
and occupancy sensor
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Low voltage
wiring to
power pack
and LCD controller
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Wall mount occupancy sensor at same
mounting height as bottom of luminaire
so that sensor’s view of room is not blocked
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DT-200 occupancy sensor
mounted in corner
5 conductor
18 AWG low
voltage wiring
to LCD controller
LS-4 dimming
wall switch
(single-gang
wall box)
LCD Skylight Application
Skylight
~
Roof
Ceiling
LS-190C
Photocell
Indirect/direct
luminaires
DT-200 occupancy
sensor mounted in
corner
Window
Teacher’s desk
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to LCD controller
LS-4 Dimming
wall switch
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Ballast
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12
Purple
Grey
LCD
Ballast
10
12
Purple
Grey
a
LCD
s
To Next Ballast
To Next Ballast
Switched
277 VAC
Ballast
Zone 2
Red
s
Ballast
Zone 1
Red
B277E-P Black
Power Pack White
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N
277 VAC
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LS-190C
Photocell
2 Conductor
18 AWG
0-10 VDC
DT-200
Occupancy Sensor
3 Conductor
18 AWG
Class 2
2 Conductor
18 AWG
Class 2
Occupancy
Sensor
B277E
Green
Violet
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LS-190
LCD-103
1
2
3
4
5
13
H 27
N 28
5 Conductor
18 AWG
5 VDC
1 Conductor
18 AWG
Class 2
LS-4
Wall Switch
LCD-103 LS-4
1
2
3
4
8
LCD-103
B277E
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Blue
Black
White
Red
Green
Brown
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5 Conductor
18 AWG
5 VDC
LCD-103-277
Dimming
Module
Black
Red
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Mount in skylight
well pointing
toward the
skylight
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2 Conductor
18 AWG
0-10 VDC
LCD- Occupancy
Sensor
103
4
6
31
Red
Orange
Yellow
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1. Mount DT-200 occupancy sensor at same height as luminaire so that sensor view is not blocked.
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2. Mount DT-200 in corner and aim at opposing corner to provide a full view of the room but not the corridor.
3. DT-200 is shipped with a factory preset time delay of 18 minutes, the recommended minimum for classrooms and with
sensitivity setting at maximum. Refer to installation instructions if adjustments are necessary.
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4. Use a minimum of 22 gauge wire for low voltage wiring. See Technical Bulletin TB-124 on Voltage Loss at www.wattstopper.com.
5. Mount the LS-190C photocell in the skylight well pointing up. Position to have an unobstructed view of the incoming light
from the skylight.
7. Use the FX-200 Illuminometer digital light meter for taking illuminance measurements during system set-up and calibration.
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Equipment Schedule
Catalog No.
28
Qty
Description
DT-200
1
Dual technology occupancy sensor, isolated relay, wide angle lens
B277E-P
1
Power pack, 277 volt, 60 Hz
LCD-103-277
1
LightSaver dimming control module, 277 volt, three zones
LS-190C
1
Photocell, 30-3000 footcandle range
LS-4
1
Dimming wall switch
LS-E8
1
Screw cover enclosure for the LCD control module, 8”x8”x4”
FX-200
1
Digital light meter, liquid crystal display, automatic zero adjustment (commissioning tool)
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G1.0 Gymnasium: time scheduling • bi-level HID
Application Description
Schedule ON and OFF
(7 AM - 4 PM)
Time clock in Smartwired
lighting control panel
Space use:
Manual override ON with
automatic OFF for after hour
events
Low voltage keyed switch
and time clock in Smartwired
lighting control panel
Night light luminaires at low
level when gym lighting is
OFF
Time clock in Smartwired
lighting control panel and
bi-level HID control module
(DM-100)
Night lights operate during
power outage
Power night lights from
emergency panel
Pendant mounted prismatic low-bay metal halide luminaires
using 350 watt pulse start lamps. Luminaires are mounted 24'
above finished floor.
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Keyed switches
control channel A in
lighting control panel
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The gymnasium lighting is scheduled on in the morning and off after school hours using a Smartwired lighting control panel with a
time clock. Because the gymnasium may have transient occupancy and pass-through traffic throughout the day, lighting remains
on until 4pm. For after hour events, 4 keyed switches (one at each entrance) provide users with a manual on override. The time
clock in the panel provides the automatic shut off of this override after 4 hours. In addition, four of the HID luminaires are circuited
for night and emergency lighting. These luminaires are controlled with a DM-100 bi-level control module which keeps the lighting
at low level (50%) when regular gym lighting is off (and at full level when gym lighting is on). These 4 luminaires will also remain
on, at low level, during a power outage. For information about controlling the emergency lighting through the lighting control
panel, see G1.1.
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Dimensions:
Ceiling height:
Windows:
Window blinds:
Skylights:
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Physical education classes during
school hours; team practices after school;
basketball and volleyball some evenings;
space is unlocked during the day.
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28’
None
None
None
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Solution
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Control Needs
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1
1
LP-1 via
LCP-1
1
3
HID
Control
Module
(Typ. of 4)
3
5
3
3
5
3
EM-1
2-conductor, #20
low voltage
control wiring
connected to relay 11
in lighting control panel
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2
2
2
3
3
3
4
2
5
2
2
5
2
LP-1 via
LCP-1
LEGEND
2
S
4
K
Low voltage keyed switch
HID luminaire
Junction box
J
DM-100 Bi-level HID
control module
4
4
4
S
K4
4
4
S
K3
4
LP-1
Circuit breaker panel
LCP-1
Lighting control panel
EM-1
Emergency circuit
Low voltage wiring
Line voltage wiring
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DM-100 Bi-level HID Controller
Installation with Remote Ballast
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DM-100 Bi-level HID Controller
Installation with Integral Ballast
Power wiring to
other luminaire
~~~
To LP-1 via
relay in LCP-1
J-Box
Low voltage control
wiring to other
DM-100 control modules
To LP-1 via
relay in LCP-1
s
Luminaire
mounting
DM-100
Remote mounted
HID ballast
Luminaire mounting
J-box
Ballast
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J-Box
DM-100
Low voltage control
wiring to other
DM-100 control module
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Ballast
DM-100 Wiring Diagram
Typical CWA Ballast Wiring
DM-100
LINE V
LAMP
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J-Box
LINE V
X3
X1
LINE V
BALLAST
Multi-tap
Ballast
IGNITOR
G
Dual
Capacitor
Lock Ring
LINE V
HID
LAMP
X2
CAP
CAP
CAP
COM
Original
Capacitor
COM
Typical CWA Ballast Wiring using DM-100
LINE V
LAMP
DM-100
Multi-tap
Ballast
LINE V
X3
X1
LINE V
IGNITOR
LINE V
X2
CAP
COM
CAP
CAP
COM
DM-100
DM-100
Control Output
Control Output
Control Output
Control in #2
Control in #2
Control in #2
Control in #2
Control in #1
Control in #1
Control in #1
Control in #1
Return
Return
Return
Return
+24 VDC Output
+24 VDC Output
+24 VDC Output
+24 VDC Output
To other
DM-100s
+24 VDC
Low voltage
relay 11 located
in LCP-1
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Control Output
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DM-100
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Drawings show typical wiring for
Pulse Start and HPS lamps
DM-100 Control Wiring
HID
LAMP
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Smartwired Control Wiring Diagram
3 /#20 (1000 ft. max)
Red/Black/White
HPSW3 or HPSW3P (plenum)
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White (common)
Red (on)
Black (off)
3/#20
Switch 4
White (common)
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3/#20
Switch 3
Low voltage
key switches
Red (on)
Black (off)
3/#20
Switch 2
3/#20
Switch 1
R
Gym
lighting
loads
2
R B Y W
LP-1-3
3
R B Y W
LP-1-4
4
R B Y W
R
B
Y
W
A
R
R
B
Y
W
B
Y
W
B
C
R
B
Y
W
D
R
R
B
Y
W
W
E
R B
6
R B Y W
7
R B Y W
8
R B Y W
9
R B Y W
Y
W
F
Global
dataline
IN
G
H
Global
dataline
OUT
Network
Clock
R B Y W
RAISE
HELP
R B
SELECT
White
Blue
Red
Black
LOCAL DATALINE
LOWER
11
R B Y W
12
R B Y W
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Low voltage
2/#20 AWG
R
B
Y
W
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R B Y W
B
Y
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5
R
B
s
LP-1-2
Voltage barrier
Hi/Lo
lighting
loads
R B Y W
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1
LP-1-1
B
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Typical key switch wiring
White
24VAC
24VR
YelCOM
ACC. POWER
277V 20AMP MAX.
TO LOAD
H2R9P Relay
Panel Documentation
SMARTWIRED SWITCHING SYSTEM
PANEL NUMBER
RELAY SCHEDULE
RELAY
NUMBER
CIRCUIT
#
LOAD DESCRIPTION
-01
-02
-03
-04
-05
-06
-07
-08
-09
-10
-11
-12
-13
-14
15
LP-1-1
LP-1-2
LP-1-3
LP-1-4
Gymnasium lights - north
Gymnasium lights - north center
Gymnasium lights - south center
Gymnasium lights - south
LRP-1
Note: Check those relays which are controlled by e
automation channel under that channel letter below
(Each relay can only be associated with one chann
A
X
X
X
X
AUTOMATION CHANNEL
B
C
D
E
F
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SMARTWIRED SWITCHING SYSTEM
NETWORK CLOCK AUTOMATION
CHANNEL DESCRIPTION OF GROUP
Gymnasium lighting
A
AUTOMATION SCENARIO
DATA
On: 7 am Off: 4 pm M-F
MANUAL ON/SCHEDULED OFF No blink warn
MANUAL ON/SWEEP AUTO SW Timed override: 240 min.
SCHEDULED ON/OFF
ASTRO (DARK) ON/OFF
ASTRO (DARK) ON/SCHED OFF
SCHEDULED ON/LOW
MANUAL ON/SCHEDULED OFF
DM wiring
Night lights - Hi/Lo
X
B
MANUAL ON/SWEEP AUTO SW
ASTRO (DARK) ON/OFF
ASTRO (DARK) ON/SCHED OFF
Scenario
Scheduled ON/OFF
Data Required
• ON/OFF times for each day of the week and holidays
• Blink warn (YES/NO)
• Timed override duration (1-240)
Manual ON/Scheduled OFF
Manual ON/Sweep Auto SW
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• Occupied/unoccupied times for each
day of week & holidays
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1. Refer to Smartwired Switching System Installation and Operation Summary for detailed installation and operation
instructions of the lighting control panel.
2. Commission the time clock according to the Network Clock Automation Scenarios documentation, and test the operation
after commissioning.
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3. Assign relays to the channels as shown on the Smartwired Relay schedule.
4. Test the operation of lighting control panels and key switches after installation.
6. Confirm night light/egress lighting requirement with local code officials.
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5. Use stainless steel switch plates to facilitate cleaning and minimize damage from impact.
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Description
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Qty
HIN12R12SP
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Smartwired Control lighting control panel interior, 12 relays
HTUB12
1
Tub enclosure for lighting control panel, up to 12 relays, 16”x16.5”x4.5”
HCVR12SL
1
Surface mounted cover for lighting control panel, up to 12 relays, 16.28”x16.7”x.75”
HCLK8SS
1
Network clock/programmer for Smartwired Control lighting control panel
HPSM115/277
1
Power supply for lighting control panel, 115/277 VAC, 50/60 Hz
DM-100-350MP
4
Bi-level HID control module, for 350-watt pulse start lamp operated by a CWA ballast
LVS-1K
4
Low voltage key switch, single-pole, double-throw momentary operation (key supplied with switch)
SL1
4
Wall plate, Pass & Seymour/legrand, type 430, stainless steel finish, single-gang
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Schedule luminaires ON and
OFF (7AM - 4PM)
Time clock in Smartwired
lighting control panel
Space use:
Low-level lighting when space
is unoccupied; high-level (full)
when space is occupied
Occupancy sensors with bilevel HID control module (CI
sensors, DM-100)
Manual override ON (full
lighting) for after hour events
Time switch
Manual override ON (full
lighting) for custodial cleaning
Low voltage keyed switches
and time clock in Smartwired
lighting control panel
Night light luminaires at low
level when gym lighting is
OFF
Bi-level HID control module
(DM-100) and time clock in
Smartwired control panel
Night lights operate during
power outage
Power night lights from
emergency panel
Manual override OFF night
lighting for events
Low voltage keyed switches
Physical education classes during
school hours, team practices after
school; competitive basketball and
volleyball some evenings; space is
unlocked during unoccupied times
of the day
110’ x 120’
28’
None
None
None
Dimensions:
Ceiling height:
Windows:
Window blinds:
Skylights:
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Application Description
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Control Needs
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G1.1 Gymnasium: time scheduling • bi-level HID • time switch • occupancy sensing
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Lighting
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Pendant mounted prismatic low-bay metal halide
luminaires using 350 watt pulse start lamps. Luminaires
are mounted 24’ above finished floor.
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Design Considerations
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The gymnasium lighting is scheduled on in the morning and off after school hours using a Smartwired lighting control panel
with a time clock. Using CI-205 passive infrared occupancy sensors and DM-100 HID control modules, the lighting is reduced
to half level when the gym is unoccupied, and returned to full light output when the gym is occupied during normal school
hours (7am to 4pm). A time switch, located in the PE office, provides a manual on override of all luminaires to 100% for after
hour events. One set of low voltage keyed switches, located at each entry, provide local manual on override for custodians.
The time clock in the panel provides the automatic shut off of this override after 4 hours. In addition, four of the HID luminaires
are circuited for night and emergency lighting. These luminaires are kept at low level when regular gym lighting is off (and at
full level when gym lighting is on). These 4 luminaires will also remain on, at low level, during a power outage. The second set
of key switches overrides the night/emergency lighting so that lights can be turned off if needed for events.
To LCP-1
TS
S
K
S
S
K
K
S
K
Physical
Education
Office
C
To LCP-1
C
C
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
5
1
5
1
1
3
2
2
To LP-1 via
LCP-1
2
To LP-1 via
LCP-1
C
C
C
1
2
1
1
1
5
4
in EM-1 via
LCP-1
2
5
2
5
2
LEGEND
CI-205-1 PIR
occupancy sensor
C
2
TS-200-24 time switch
TS
4
DM-100 Bi-level
HID control module
HID luminaire
C
C
4
4
4
4
4
C
S
K
S
K
4
S
K
LP-1
S
K
S
K
Low voltage keyed switch
Circuit breaker panel
LCP-1
Lighting control panel
EM-1
Emergency circuit
Low voltage wiring
Line voltage wiring
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DM-100 Bi-level HID Controller
Installation with Remote Ballast
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DM-100 Bi-level HID Controller
Installation with Integral Ballast
Power wiring to
other luminaire
~~~
To LP-1 via
relay in LCP-1
J-Box
Low voltage control
wiring to other
DM-100 control modules
To LP-1 via
relay in LCP-1
s
Luminaire
mounting
DM-100
Remote mounted
HID ballast
Luminaire mounting
DM-100
J-box
Ballast
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Low voltage control
wiring to other
DM-100 control module
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LINE V
CI-205-1 Luminaire Installation
LAMP
Low voltage control
wiring to other
DM-100 modules
LINE V
Multi-tap
Ballast
X3
X1
LINE V
G
IGNITOR
LINE V
HID
LAMP
X2
CAP
CAP
Luminaire-mounted
DM-100
CAP
COM
COM
Typical CWA Ballast Wiring using DM-100
CI-205-1 sensor mounted
on MB-2 bracket
LINE V
LAMP
DM-100
Multi-tap
Ballast
MB-2
mounting
bracket
LINE V
X3
X1
LINE V
IGNITOR
LINE V
X2
CAP
COM
CAP
CAP
COM
Drawings show typical wiring for
Pulse Start and HPS lamps
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HID
LAMP
CI-205-1
sensor on HID
fixture-mounted
MB-2 bracket
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DM-100, CI-205-1 Wiring Diagram
Smartwired Control Panel Wiring Diagram
To other DM-100s
and occupancy sensors
5
4
(3 & 4 Common)
(+24VDC Control Signal In) 3
3/120 (Typical)
Typical of 4 Switches
TS-200-24
Time Switch
Emergency
Lighting
Key Switch
3/120 (Typical)
Common
2
+24VDC Out
1
Control Out
Control In
5
~
~
Control Output 24VDC
Common
+24VDC
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Switch
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Control Out
Control In
Typical of 4 Switches
Isolated Relay
CI-205-1
Occupancy Sensor
(typical of 9)
4
(3 & 4 Common)
(+24VDC Control Signal In) 3
Normally open YEL
Common ORG
Normally closed GRN
2
1
Control Out
Control In
5
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Common
+24VDC Out
+24VAC RED
Common BLACk
~
Physical
Education
Office
To emergency
generator
Yellow to red
~
Jumper red to black
4
1
LP-1-3
Gym
lighting
loads
2
LP-1-2
3
LP-1-4
4
R
B
Y
R
B
Y
R
B
Y
R
B
Y
R
B
Y
R
B
Y
R
B
Y
W
W
W
W
W
W
W
A
B
C
D
E
R B
F
GLOBAL
DATALINE
IN
G
GLOBAL
DATALINE
OUT
H
Common
2
+24VDC Out
1
Control Out
Control In
5
Control Output 24VDC
Common
+24VDC
CI-205-1
Occupancy Sensor
4
(3 & 4 Common)
(+24VDC Control Signal In) 3
R B
5
6
Common
2
+24VDC Out
1
Control Out
Control In
5
s
LP-1-1
R
B
Y
W
a
(3 & 4 Common)
(+24VDC Control Signal In) 3
7
Network
Clock
9
Voltage barrier
10
11
WHITE
24VAC
24VR
YELCOM
12
ACC. POWER
277V 20AMP MAX.
to load
Common
2
+24VDC Out
1
Control Out
Control In
5
4
(3 & 4 Common)
(+24VDC Control Signal In) 3
H2R9P Relay
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EM1-5
4
(3 & 4 Common)
(+24VDC Control Signal In) 3
WHITE
BLUE
RED
BLACK
LOCAL DATALINE
Emergency
Lighting
CKT
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8
2
+24VDC Out
1
Control Output 24VDC
m
Common
Common
+24VDC
CI-205-1
Occupancy Sensor
Panel Documentation
SMARTWIRED SWITCHING SYSTEM
NETWORK CLOCK AUTOMATION
CHANNEL DESCRIPTION OF GROUP
Gymnasium lighting
AUTOMATION SCENARIO
SCHEDULED ON/OFF
MANUAL ON/SCHEDULED OFF
A
DATA
ON: 7 am OFF: 4 pm: M-F
No blink warn
MANUAL ON/SWEEP AUTO SW
ASTRO (DARK) ON/OFF
ASTRO (DARK) ON/SCHED OFF
Gymnasium lighting
B
ON: 7 am OFF: 4 pm: M-F
MANUAL ON/SCHEDULED OFF No blink warn
MANUAL ON/SWEEP AUTO SW Timed override 240 min.
SCHEDULED ON/OFF
ASTRO (DARK) ON/OFF
ASTRO (DARK) ON/SCHED OFF
Scenario
Scheduled ON/OFF
Data Required
• ON/OFF times for each day of the week and holidays
• Blink warn (YES/NO)
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SMARTWIRED SWITCHING SYSTEM
PANEL NUMBER
RELAY SCHEDULE
RELAY
BRANCH
NUMBER CIRCUIT #
-01
-02
-03
-04
-05
-06
-07
-08
-09
-10
-11
-12
-13
-14
-15
-16
-17
-18
19
LP-1-3
LP-1-1
LP-1-2
LP-1-4
EM-1-5
LOAD DESCRIPTION
Gymnasium lights - north
Gymnasium lights - north center
Gymnasium lights - south center
Gymnasium lights - south
Night Lights
LRP-1
Note: Check those relays which are controlled by each
automation channel under that channel letter below.
(Each relay can only be associated with one channel.)
A
B
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
AUTOMATION CHANNEL
C
D
E
F
G
X
H
X
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1. Refer to Smartwired Switching System Installation and Operation Summary for detailed installation and operation
instructions of the lighting control panel.
2. Commission the time clock according to the Network Clock Automation Scenarios documentation, and test the operation
after commissioning.
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3. Assign relays to the channels as shown on the Smartwired Relay schedule.
4. Test the operation of lighting control panels, key switches and time switches after installation.
5. Adjust the TS-200-24 time switch DIP settings for time delay period, time scrolling, flash and beeper options before installing
the switch. Factory set time delay is 3 hours. The maximum time delay setting should provide enough time for evening
events and after school activities that occur after scheduled OFF time. Set the time switch flash option of OFF (DIP switch 5)
for HID lighting installations. Time scrolling is factory preset for scrolling up which means that the time-out setting will
increase while the button is held down. Refer to installation instructions for additional details.
6. Coordinate CI-205 occupancy sensor and luminaire mounting heights. Mount sensor at the same height as luminaire so that
sensor view is not blocked. Use MB-2 mounting bracket for mounting CI-205 sensor to luminaire.
7. CI-205 sensor is shipped with a factory preset time delay of 18 minutes and sensitivity set to maximum. Set the time delay
at 30 minutes for middle and high school gymnasiums. Refer to installation instructions for adjustment instructions.
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8. Use a minimum of 22 gauge wire for low voltage wiring. See Technical Bulletin TB-124 on Voltage Loss at www.wattstopper.com.
9. Wire channels A and B in parallel so that the loads connected to each channel are controlled by the longest time delay set
by either the time switch or low voltage key switch activation.
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10. Power the Smartwired control panel from the emergency circuit panel.
11. Use a dedicated relay channel for the control input from the generator to assure that the emergency lighting remains ON
when the generator is activated.
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12. Confirm night light/egress lighting requirement with local code officials.
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Description
Catalog No.
Qty
HIN12R12SP
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Smartwired Control lighting control panel interior, 12 relays
HTUB12
1
Tub enclosure for lighting control panel, up to 12 relays, 16”x16.5”x4.5”
HCVR12SL
1
Surface mounted cover for lighting control panel, up to 12 relays, 16.28”x16.7”x.75”
HCLK8SS
1
Network clock/programmer for Smartwired Control lighting control panel
HPSM115/277
1
Power supply for lighting control panel, 115/277 VAC, 50/60 Hz
TS-200-24
1
Digital time switch, low voltage, with ASP-211 single gang cover plate
LVS-1K
8
Low voltage key switch, single-pole, double-throw momentary operation (key supplied with switch)
SL2
4
Wall plate, Pass & Seymour/legrand, type 430, stainless steel finish, two-gang
DM-100-350MP
30
Bi-level HID control module, for 350-watt pulse start lamp operated by a CWA ballast
CI-205-1
9
Passive infrared occupancy sensor, high density/reduced range lens
MB-2
7
Mounting bracket for mounting sensor to HID luminaire
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G2.0 Partitioned Gymnasium: time scheduling
Solution
Application Description
Scheduled, automatic
OFF
Time clock in Smartwired
lighting control panel
Space use:
Operate each gym
individually and together;
half court lighting
Time clock in Smartwired
lighting control panel and
dataline switch
Manual ON/OFF control
Master dataline switch
Local manual ON/OFF
of a portion of space for
cleaning
Low voltage keyed switches
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Control Needs
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Dimensions:
Ceiling height:
Windows:
Window blinds:
Skylights:
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Physical education classes,
with basketball and volleyball
some evenings; space is locked
during the day
110’ x 185’
28’
None
None
None
Lighting
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Pendant mounted prismatic low-bay metal halide
luminaires using 400 watt lamps
Design Considerations
~
K2
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
5
1
S
2
In LP-1
via LCP-1
In LP-1
via LCP-1
2
2
3
2
2
Low
voltage
wiring
4
2
2
2
Gym B
3
3
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
4
4
4
4
6
6
6
4
6
6
6
6
6
S
K3
DL
Physical
Education
Office
4
6
3
5
S
K6
Connect to channel
D in LCP-1
Gym A
5
S
S
K5
~
Low
voltage
wiring
4
6
3 1
5
m
S
K1
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Connect to local
dataline in lighting
control panel
Connect to
channel B in LCP-1
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of luminaires in each gym are automatically turned off 30 minutes apart to allow for an override if needed. An 8-button Dataline
Switch located in the PE teacher’s office provides manual on control of each gym independently or together. Low voltage keyed
switches at entrances allow manual on overrides of two groups of lighting for cleaning or maintenance. The time clock in the panel
provides the automatic shut off of this override after 4 hours.
S
K4
S
K7
K8
LEGEND
S
S
K
DL
Low voltage
keyed switches
Dataline switch
HID luminaire
LP-1
LCP-1
Circuit breaker panel
Lighting control panel
Low voltage wiring
Line voltage wiring
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Smartwired Control Lighting Control Panel Wiring Diagram
3 /#20 (1000 ft. max)
Red/Black/White
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Switch 7
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Override
switches
for Gym B
Switch 6
Switch 5
HPSW3 or HPSW3P (plenum)
3/#20
3/#20
White (common)
3/#20
Red (on)
Black (off)
3/#20
White (common)
Red (on)
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Switch 4
Override
switches
for Gym A
Switch 3
Switch 2
Black (off)
3/#20
3/#20
Typical keyed switch wiring
3/#20
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Switch 1
3/#20
Gym A
lighting
loads
1
R B Y W
LP-1-3
2
R B Y W
LP-1-5
3
R B Y W
LP-1-2
4
R B Y W
R
B
R
B
R
B
R
B
R
B
R
B
R
B
Y
W
Y
W
Y
W
Y
W
Y
W
Y
W
Y
W
A
B
C
D
E
R B
Gym B
lighting
loads
LP-1-4
LP-1-6
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LP-1-1
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R B Y W
6
R B Y W
7
R B Y W
8
R B Y W
9
R B Y W
Network
Clock
R B Y W
RAISE
HELP
SELECT
F
Global
dataline
IN
R
B
Y
W
G
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Global
dataline
OUT
R B
White
Blue
Red
Black
Local dataline
HPL4W(P)
LOCAL DATALINE
LOWER
11
R B Y W
12
R B Y W
White
24VAC
24VR
YelCOM
ACC. POWER
277V 20AMP MAX.
TO LOAD
H2R9P Relay
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8 Button Dataline Switch
HDLS8SS-2
PE Teacher’s Office
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Panel Documentation
Note: Check those relays which are controlled by each
automation channel under that channel letter below.
(Each relay can only be associated with one channel.)
LOAD DESCRIPTION
Gymnasium A - North
Gymnasium A - Center
Gymnasium A - South
Gymnasium B - North
Gymnasium B - Center
Gymnasium B - South
B
AUTOMATION CHANNEL
C
D
E
F
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X
X
X
X
X
X
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LP-1-1
LP-1-3
LP-1-5
LP-1-2
LP-1-4
LP-1-6
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SMARTWIRED SWITCHING SYSTEM
DATALINE SWITCH DOCUMENTATION
(8 MAX)1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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RELAYS2 CONTROLLED
DESCRIPTION
PANEL # - RELAYS3
LCP-1 -R1-R3
LCP-1 - R1, R2
LCP-1 -R2, R3
LCP-1 -R4-R6
LCP-1 -R4, R5
LCP-1 -R5, R6
LCP-1 R1-R6
LCP-1 -R1, R3, R4, R6
Gymnasium A - All
Gymnasium A - North
Gymnasium A - South
Gymnasium B - All
Gymnasium B - North
Gymnasium B - South
Gymnasiums A & B - All
Gym A & B - Perim
SPECIAL FUNCTION
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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DESIGNATION
Note: Use this form for Dataline Switches and/or
Universal Switch Modules connected to the local
Dataline of the panel number indicated above.
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-01
-02
-03
-04
-05
-06
-07
-08
-09
-10
-11
-12
-13
-14
-15
-16
17
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RELAY SCHEDULE
RELAY
CIRCUIT #
NUMBER
LCP-1
PANEL NUMBER
SMARTWIRED SWITCHING SYSTEM
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SMARTWIRED SWITCHING SYSTEM
NETWORK CLOCK AUTOMATION
CHANNEL DESCRIPTION OF GROUP
AUTOMATION SCENARIO
Gymnasium A - Center
DATA
Off at 5pm M-F
No blink warn
MANUAL ON/SWEEP AUTO SW 240 minute timed override
SCHEDULED ON/OFF
MANUAL ON/SCHEDULED OFF
A
ASTRO (DARK) ON/OFF
ASTRO (DARK) ON/SCHED OFF
Gymnasium A - North & South
SCHEDULED ON/OFF
X
B
Off at 5:30 pm M-F
MANUAL ON/SCHEDULED OFF No blink warn
MANUAL ON/SWEEP AUTO SW
240 minute timed override
ASTRO (DARK) ON/OFF
ASTRO (DARK) ON/SCHED OFF
Gymnasium B -Center
SCHEDULED ON/OFF
MANUAL ON/SCHEDULED OFF
C
MANUAL ON/SWEEP AUTO SW
Off at 5 pm M-F
No blink warn
240 minute timed override
ASTRO (DARK) ON/OFF
ASTRO (DARK) ON/SCHED OFF
Gymnasium B -North & South
SCHEDULED ON/OFF
MANUAL ON/SCHEDULED OFF
D
MANUAL ON/SWEEP AUTO SW
Off at 5:30 pm M-F
No blink warn
240 minute timed override
ASTRO (DARK) ON/OFF
ASTRO (DARK) ON/SCHED OFF
SCHEDULED ON/OFF
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1. Refer to Smartwired Switching System Installation and Operation Summary for detailed installation and operation
instructions of the lighting control panel.
2. Dataline wire must conform with The Watt Stopper specifications. Use dataline wire for wiring between dataline switches and
Smartwired panels.
3. Use a minimum of 22 gauge wire for low voltage key switch wiring. See Technical Bulletin TB-124 on Voltage Loss at
www.wattstopper.com.
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4. Test the operation of lighting control panels, dataline wire, and dataline switches after installation.
5. Commission the time clock according to the Network Clock Automation Scenarios documentation, and test the operation
after commissioning.
7. Configure the Dataline Switch buttons as shown on the Dataline Switch Documentation.
8. Use stainless steel switch plates to facilitate cleaning and minimize damage from impact.
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Equipment Schedule
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HIN12R12SP
1
Smartwired Control lighting control panel interior, 12 relays
HTUB12
1
Tub enclosure for lighting control panel, up to 12 relays, 16”x16.5”x4.5”
HCVR12SL
1
Surface mounted cover for lighting control panel, up to 12 relays, 16.28”x16.7”x.75”
HCLK8SS
1
Network clock/programmer for Smartwired Control lighting control panel
HPSM115/277
1
Power supply for lighting control panel, 115/277 VAC, 50/60 Hz
HDLS8SS
1
Dataline Switch, octal, 8 individual buttons plus master, double-gang, includes plate
LVS-1K
8
Low voltage key switch, single-pole, double-throw momentary operation (key supplied with switch)
SL1
8
Wall plate, Pass & Seymour/legrand, type 430, stainless steel finish, single gang
HDLW4
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Dataline wire, 18 AWG (7 strands x 26 AWG) using 2 independent twisted pair (specify feet)
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H1.0 Hallway, Vestibule, Lobby: time scheduling • occupancy sensing
Solution
Application Description
Schedule ON at 7 AM
Time clock in Smartwired
lighting control panel
Space use:
Occupancy-based control
of outboard lamps in
hallway and all lamps in
lobby and vestibule during
after hours (4 PM)
Occupancy sensors
(WT and CI series)
Night lights on all of the time
Night lights are not
controlled
Night lights operate during
power outage
Power night lights through
emergency panel
General circulation, entrance/exit,
emergency exit path
90’ x 8’
22’ x 9’
11’ x 14’
10’
In vestibule
None
None
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Dimensions:
Hallway:
Lobby:
Vestibule:
Ceiling height:
Windows:
Window blinds:
Skylights:
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Control Needs
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Lighting
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Recessed 3-lamp 1x4 with tandem wired 2-lamp electronic
ballasts in hallway. Compact fluorescent downlights in
hallway, lobby and vestibule
Design Considerations
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11, 13
11, 13
11, 13
11,1
11, 13
11, 13
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Lighting in the hallway, lobby, and vestibule is scheduled on in the morning using a time clock located in a Smartwired lighting
control panel and reverts to occupancy sensor control after school hours, beginning at 4 PM. All lights remain on during normal
operating hours. For after school hours, a WT-2255 ultrasonic occupancy sensor controls lobby downlights and hallway outboard
lamps, and a CI-205 passive infrared sensor controls vestibule downlights. The sensors keep controlled lamps on when the
spaces are occupied and off when no one is present. The center lamps in two of the hallway fixtures are used as night lighting.
These are not controlled and remain on at all times.
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to LP-1
via LCP-1
to LCP-1
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11
11
Night light
circuit
11
Night light
(center lamp)
Typ. of 2
Downlights on same circuit
as outboard lamps in hallway
LEGEND
WT2255 Ultrasonic occupancy sensor
11
11
C
11
C
CI-205-1 PIR occupancy sensor
PP
B277E-P power pack
J
Junction box
11
Night light
Night light
LP-1
Circuit breaker panel
LCP-1
Lighting control panel
Low voltage wiring
Line voltage wiring
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Retaining nut
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To
Power Pack
Retaining washer
Wire nuts
ideal: 71-B
or equivalent
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Ceiling tile
Low voltage wires,
appropriately rated,
3 conductor-22 AWG
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6/32 wingnut
(2x)
Body of
sensor
Transducer
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Ceiling
tile
Power pack
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6/32 x 2-1/2
Round or panhead (2x)
CI-205-1
Occupancy Sensor
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High voltage
connection made
inside J-box
Panel Documentation
SMARTWIRED SWITCHING SYSTEM
PANEL NUMBER
RELAY SCHEDULE
RELAY
NUMBER
-01
-02
-03
-04
-05
-06
-07
-08
Note: Check those relays which are controlled by each
automation channel under that channel letter below.
(Each relay can only be associated with one channel.)
AUTOMATION CHANNEL
CIRCUIT
LOAD DESCRIPTION
PP
Override Vestibule, Lobby, Hallway Outboard
X
LP-1-13
Spare
Hallway Center Lamps
X
A
B
C
D
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F
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SMARTWIRED SWITCHING SYSTEM
NETWORK CLOCK AUTOMATION
CHANNEL DESCRIPTION OF GROUP
Vestibule, lobby and hallway
AUTOMATION SCENARIO
SCHEDULED ON/OFF
MANUAL ON/SCHEDULED OFF
A
MANUAL ON/SWEEP AUTO SW
ASTRO (DARK) ON/OFF
ASTRO (DARK) ON/SCHED OFF
SCHEDULED ON/LOW
MANUAL ON/SCHEDULED OFF
B
MANUAL ON/SWEEP AUTO SW
ASTRO (DARK) ON/OFF
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On 7 am; Off 4 pm
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Wiring Diagram
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Neutral
WHT
CKT-11
BLK
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RED
BLK
BLU
Hot
RED
Power
pack
Hallway
outboard lamps
Vestibule
downlights
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WT-2255
Lobby
downlights
Relay 1
Control Output
Relay located in
lighting control panel
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Common
+24VDC
a
CI-205-1
Control Output
Common
y
+24VDC
Neutral
CKT-13
Hot
Relay 3
Relay located in
lighting control panel
Hallway
center lamps
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H1.0 Installation Notes
1. Orient WT-2255 occupancy sensor in center of hallway to obtain coverage of entire hallway and into lobby. Point transducers
towards the ends of the hallway.
2. Orient CI-205-1 occupancy sensor in center of vestibule.
3. WT-2255 sensor is shipped with a factory preset time delay of 16 minutes, CI-205-1 is preset at 18 minutes. The WT-2255 is
shipped with sensitivity setting at 50%, the CI-205-1 at maximum. Refer to installation instructions if adjustments are
necessary.
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4. Mount the WT-2255 sensor on a rigid, vibration-free surface, at least six inches from the power pack, four feet from supply
air ducts and six feet from horizontal discharge ducts.
6. Use a minimum of 22 gauge wire for low voltage wiring. See Technical Bulletin TB-124 on Voltage Loss at www.wattstopper.com.
7. Refer to Smartwired Switching System Installation and Operation Summary for detailed installation and operation
instructions of the lighting control panel.
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8. Commission the time clock according to the Network Clock Automation Scenarios documentation, and test the operation
after commissioning.
9. Assign relays to the channels as shown on the Smartwired Relay schedule.
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10. Confirm night light/egress lighting requirement with local code officials.
Equipment Schedule
Catalog No.
44
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Description
WT-2255
1
Ultrasonic occupancy sensor, 90 linear ft, for hallway use
CI-205-1
1
Passive infrared occupancy sensor, high density lens, 360° coverage
B277E-P
1
277 VAC, 60Hz power pack
HIN8R12SP
1
Smartwired Control lighting control panel interior, 8 relays
HTUB12
1
Tub enclosure for lighting control panel, up to 12 relays, 16”x16.5”x4.5”
HCVR12SL
1
Surface mounted cover for lighting control panel, up to 12 relays, 16.28”x16.7”x.75”
HCLK8SS
1
Network clock/programmer for Smartwired Control lighting control panel
HPSM115/277
1
Power supply for lighting control panel, 115/277 VAC, 50/60 Hz
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Application Description
Automatically turn lights
ON/OFF based on
occupancy
Corner-mounted, dual
technology occupancy
sensor (DT series)
Space use:
Bi-level switching
Separate circuits for center
and outboard ballasts
and wall switches
Occupancy-based control of
HVAC system
Isolated relay on occupancy
sensor
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Lighting
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Wall switches
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Manual override OFF
Dimensions:
Ceiling height:
Windows:
Window blinds:
Skylights:
Daytime use for physical education
classes, general assembly, and
cafeteria/lunch room activities. Evening
use for plays and school events. Space
is locked during unoccupied times.
60’ x 65’
15’
None
None
None
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Control Needs
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M1.0 Multipurpose Room: occupancy sensing • bi-level switching
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Design Considerations
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Recessed fluorescent lensed luminaires using four F32 T8
lamps and 2-lamp electronic ballasts. Ballasts controlling
center lamps are circuited separately from ballasts controlling
outboard lamps.
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DT-200 dual technology occupancy sensors are used to automatically turn lights off when the multi-purpose room is unoccupied,
and turn lights on upon occupancy. Each sensor is corner-mounted to prevent a view out the doorway that might otherwise result
in false activations. For manually overriding lights off and for bi-level lighting control, wall switches are placed at each door which
independently control the center lamps from the outboard lamps.
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PP PP
1 LP-1
J
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a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
a,b
R
a,b
Sb Sa
Sb Sa
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Corridor
Sa Sb
Sa Sb
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LEGEND
DT-200 Dual Technology
occupancy sensor
Corridor
Lunch Serving Area
PP
B277E-P power pack
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Wall switch
J
Kitchen
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LP-1
Junction box
Circuit breaker panel
Low voltage wiring
Line voltage wiring
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1. Mount DT-200 occupancy sensors 10 feet above finish floor.
2. Mount DT-200s in corners and aim at opposing corner to provide a full view of the room.
3. DT-200 is shipped with a factory preset time delay of 18 minutes, the recommended minimum for multi-purpose rooms, and
with sensitivity setting at maximum. Refer to installation instructions if adjustments are necessary.
4. Use a minimum of 22 gauge wire of low voltage wiring. For more information, read our Tech Bulletin TB124 on voltage loss.
6. DT-200 sensor isolated relay can provide status information to the BAS and/or control HVAC loads.
DT-200 Wiring Diagram
White (Neutral)
Power pack and
J-box above ceiling
Low voltage
wiring to
occupancy sensor
(22 gauge wire
minimum)
Wht
Hot
Blk
DT-200
Occupancy
Sensor
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Normally Closed
Common
Normally Output
Control Output
Control Output
Common
Common
#1-Brn
#2-Red
#3-Orn
#5-Grn
#6-Blu
Light Level Output 24VDC
+24VDC
+24VDC
#7-Vio
Common
Common
#8-Gry
#4-Ylw
#5-Grn
Light Level Output 24VDC
Isolated Relays
Normally Closed
Common
Normally Output
Normally Closed
Common
Normally Output
Control Output
Control Output
Common
Common
#1-Brn
#2-Red
#3-Orn
#5-Grn
#6-Blu
Light Level Output 24VDC
#7-Vio
+24VDC
+24VDC
#7-Vio
#8-Gry
Common
Common
#8-Gry
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Wht
Hot
Blk
#6-Blu
Light Level Output 24VDC
Power Pack
Sb
Red (Load)
Local
Off
Switch
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Description
DT-200
4
Dual technology occupancy sensor, isolated relay, wide angle lens
B277E-P
2
Power pack, 277 VAC, 60 Hz
AC1 Series
8
Wall switch, Pass & Seymour/legrand, AC1 series, single pole
SL2
4
Wall plate, Pass & Seymour/legrand, type 430, stainless steel finish, double-gang
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Occupancy
Sensor
#4-Ylw
Red (Line)
Catalog No.
DT-200
Occupancy
Sensor
#4-Ylw
#8-Gry
Red
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Line voltage
wall switch for
override off
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Blu
Isolated Relays
Normally Closed
Common
Normally Output
Isolated Relays
DT-200
Occupancy
Sensor
L
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A
D
(a)
#7-Vio
#1-Brn
#2-Red
#3-Orn
DT-200
occupancy sensor
Local
Off
Switch
#6-Blu
Wall mount occupancy sensor at
10 above finish floor
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Red (Load)
Isolated Relays
#1-Brn
#2-Red
#3-Orn
Low voltage isolated relay
wiring to BAS or HVAC
Power Pack
Sa
Low voltage wiring
to power pack
p
N
Blu
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Power wiring
to lighting
loads
Red (Line)
PP
Red
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J-Box
Blk
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DT-200 Occupancy Sensor Installation
Blk
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R1.0 Large Restroom: occupancy sensing
Solution
Application Description
Automatically turn lights
ON/OFF based on
occupancy
Ceiling mounted ultrasonic
occupancy sensor
(WT-1105)
Manual override lighting
and fan OFF
Keyed wall switches
Space use:
Dimensions:
Ceiling height:
Windows:
Window blinds:
Skylights:
Control 120 volt exhaust
fan together with lighting
Slave pack for controlling
fan using occupancy sensor
Night lights on all the
time
Night lights not controlled
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Restroom
12’ x 20’
10’
None
None
None
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Lighting
Recessed 1 x 4 luminaires using two T8 lamps and a 277
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A WT-1105 ultrasonic occupancy sensor is ceiling-mounted in the center of each restroom, turning lighting on when the space is
occupied and off when vacant. The choice of ultrasonic sensor was made because it can detect occupancy around stall partitions
and other obstacles. The sensor is powered by a power pack that is located next to the junction box. A slave pack is used for
controlling the exhaust fan with the same occupancy sensor. This is necessary since the fan is a different voltage than the lighting
load. Keyed switches allow the lights to be overridden off when necessary. Night lighting is not controlled and remains on at all
times.
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SK SK
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J
PP
PP
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J
F
SP
F
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J
SP
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LEGEND
WT-1105 Ultrasonic
occupancy sensor
PP
B277E-P power pack
S K Keyed wall switch
SP
S120/277/347-P slave pack
F
120 volt exhaust fan
J
Junction box
Night light fixture
Low voltage wiring
Line voltage wiring
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1. Mount power and slave packs next to junction box above acoustical tile ceiling. This minimizes wiring and simplifies
installation. For drywall ceilings, mount power and slave packs above access panel.
2. Orient WT-1105 in center of the room to have view of entire space and over stalls.
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3. Mount the WT-1105 sensor on a rigid, vibration-free surface, at least six inches from the power pack, four feet from supply
air ducts and six feet from horizontal discharge ducts.
4. WT-1105 sensor is shipped with a factory preset time delay of 16 minutes and sensitivity set to 50%, both recommended for
restrooms. Refer to installation instructions if adjustments are necessary.
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5. Use a minimum of 22 gauge wire for low voltage wiring. See Technical Bulletin TB-124 on Voltage Loss at www.wattstopper.com.
6. Confirm night light/egress lighting requirement with local code officials.
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7. Use stainless steel wall switch plates to facilitate cleaning and minimize damage from impact.
WT-1105 Ultrasonic Sensor Installation
WT-1105 Ultrasonic Sensor Wiring Diagram
Retaining nut
White (Neutral)
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Retaining washer
Red (Line)
Black
Power Pack
Red
Red (Load)
Keyed
Switch
Lighting
Load
Blue
White
Hot
Black
N
R
Ceiling tile
Transducer
Control Output 24VDC (BLU)
Common (BLK)
+24VDC (RED)
Power pack
Red (Line)
Slave Pack
Red (Load)
Keyed
Switch
Fan
Hot
N
High voltage
connection made
inside J-box
Equipment Schedule
Catalog No.
48
(per restroom)
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Description
WT-1105
1
Ultrasonic occupancy sensor, 1000 sq ft, 360° coverage
B277E-P
1
Power pack, 277 VAC, 60 Hz
S120/277/347E-P
1
Slave pack, 120/277/347 VAC
AC1-L
2
Keyed wall switch, Pass & Seymour/legrand, single-pole
SL2
1
Wall plate, Pass & Seymour/legrand, type 430 stainless steel finish, two-gang
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R2.0 Small Restrooms: occupancy sensing
Application Description
Automatically turn lights
ON/OFF based on
occupancy
Ceiling-mounted ultrasonic
occupancy sensor
(WT-605)
Control 120 volt exhaust
fan together with lighting
Slave pack for controlling
fan using occupancy sensor
Space use:
Dimensions:
Ceiling height:
Windows:
Window blinds:
Skylights:
Manual override lighting
and fan OFF
Keyed wall switches
Restroom
12’ x 8’
10’
None
None
None
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Lighting
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Control Needs
Recessed 1 x 4 lens luminaires using two T8 lamps and a
277 volt, 2-lamp electronic ballast
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PP
J
SP
SP
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PP
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A WT-605 ultrasonic occupancy sensor is ceiling-mounted in the center of each restroom turning lighting on when the space is
occupied and off when vacant. The choice of ultrasonic sensor was made because it can detect occupancy around stall partitions
and other obstacles. The sensor is powered by a power pack that is located next to the junction box. A slave pack is used for
controlling the exhaust fan with the same occupancy sensor. This is necessary since the fan is a different voltage than the lighting
load. Keyed switches allow the lights to be overridden off when necessary. Night lighting is not controlled and remains on at all
times.
F
LEGEND
WT-605 Ultrasonic
occupancy sensor
PP
B277E-P power pack
SK Keyed wall switch
SP
S120/277/347-P
slave pack
F
J
120 volt exhaust fan
Junction box
Night light fixture
Low voltage wiring
Line voltage wiring
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1. Mount power and slave packs next to junction box above acoustical tile ceiling. This minimizes wiring and simplifies
installation. For drywall ceilings, mount power and slave packs above access panel.
2. Orient WT-605 in center of the room to have view of entire space and over stalls.
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3. Mount the WT-605 sensor on a rigid, vibration-free surface, at least six inches from the power pack, four feet from supply air
ducts and six feet from horizontal discharge ducts.
4. WT-605 sensor is shipped with a factory preset time delay of 16 minutes and sensitivity set to 50%, both recommended for
restrooms. Refer to installation instructions if adjustments are necessary.
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6. Confirm night light/egress lighting requirement with local code officials.
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WT-605 Installation
WT-605 Wiring Diagram
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Retaining nut
White (Neutral)
Retaining washer
Red (Line)
Black
Power Pack
Red (Load)
Keyed Wall
Switch
Lighting
Load
Blue
White
Hot
Black
N
Red
R
Ceiling tile
Transducer
Control Output 24VDC (BLU)
Common (BLK)
+24VDC (RED)
Power pack
Keyed Wall
Switch
Red (Line)
Slave Pack
Red (Load)
Fan
Hot
N
High voltage
connection made
inside J-box
Equipment Schedule
Catalog No.
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Description
WT-605
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Ultrasonic occupancy sensor, 600 sq ft, 360° coverage
B277E-P
1
Power pack, 277 VAC, 60 Hz
AC1-L
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Keyed wall switch, Pass & Seymour/legrand, single-pole
SL2
1
Wall plate, Pass & Seymour/legrand, type 430, stainless steel finish, two-gang
S120/277/347E-P
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Slave pack, 120/277/347 VAC
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Application Description
Automatically turn lights
and fans ON/OFF based
on occupancy
Ceiling-mounted passive
infrared occupancy sensor
(WPIR)
Manual override lighting
and fan OFF
Wall switch
Space use:
Dimensions:
Ceiling height:
Windows:
Window blinds:
Skylights:
Faculty restroom
8’ x 8’
10’
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None
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Control Needs
Recessed 1 x 4 luminaires using two T8 lamps and a 120
volt, 2-lamp electronic ballast
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Design Considerations
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The WPIR passive infrared sensor is mounted on the ceiling, in the corner of the restroom, turning lights and the fan on when
the space is occupied and off when vacant. The sensor is powered by a power pack that is located next to the junction box. In
this application, the sensor choice is passive infrared because there are no stall partitions that could block the sensor’s view of
occupants. The wall switch provides a manual override off of the lighting and the fan.
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LEGEND
WPIR Passive Infrared
occupancy sensor
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PP
B120E-P power pack
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Wall switch
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120 volt exhaust fan
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Junction box
Low voltage wiring
Line voltage wiring
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1. Mount power pack next to junction box above acoustical tile ceiling. This minimizes wiring and simplifies installation. For
drywall ceilings, mount power pack above access panel.
2. Orient WPIR occupancy sensor so that it is aimed at opposing corner.
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3. The WPIR may be mounted to ceiling using either the supplied threaded bracket mounting accessories, or by screw
mounting as shown in the installation drawing.
4. The WPIR is shipped with a factory preset time delay of 30 minutes and sensitivity setting at maximum, which should be
used for this application. Refer to installation instructions if adjustments are necessary.
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WPIR Installation
WPIR Wiring Diagram
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Retaining nut
Plastic washer
Ceiling
Screw
mounting
N
White
Hot
Black
Power Pack
Wall
Switch
Control Output
Common
Sensitivity
Adjustment
LED Indicator
Lighting
Load
Red
Blue
Lighting
circuit
Black
Threaded
bracket
mounting
Red
R
Fan
+24VDC
Override
Mounting
Holes
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NS
SE
Time Delay
Adjustment
E
TIM
Sensor
Window
Power
pack
WPIR
adjustments
Equipment Schedule
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WPIR
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Passive infrared occupancy sensor
B120E-P
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Power pack, 120 VAC, 60 Hz
AC1 series
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Wall switch, Pass & Seymour/legrand, AC1 series, single pole
SL1
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Wall plate, Pass & Seymour/legrand, type 430, stainless steel finish, single-gang
The Watt Stopper, Inc.
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E1.0 Exterior Lighting: time scheduling • photocell
Application Description
Parking lot/walkway
Turn lighting ON at dusk and
OFF at 10pm leaving a
portion on all night for
security
Photocell ON/scheduled
OFF using time clock in
lighting control panel
Entrance/exit canopies
Turn lighting ON at dusk and
leave on all night for security
lighting
Photocell ON/OFF
controlled through lighting
control panel
Dataline switch
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Manual override for special
events
Building-mounted wallpacks for perimeter security lighting,
bollards for lighting walkways, recessed downlights
lighting entrances and exits, and pole-mounted “shoebox”
luminaires lighting parking lots. All luminaires are operated
using 277 volt power, except bollards, which are 120 volt.
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Photocell ON/OFF
controlled through lighting
control panel
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Turn lighting ON at dusk and
leave on all night for security
lighting
Exterior lighting control of building, parking lot, walkway,
and canopy lighting
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Design Considerations
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Walkway lighting
PP-2-16 via LCP-1
Typical of 6
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All the exterior and security lighting is turned on at dusk using the Smartwired lighting control panel with the Photocontrol
Package and the HPSA photocell. This system allows specific on/off setpoints based on the required level of illuminance. Parking
lot and walkway luminaires, not on security lighting circuits, are scheduled off at a predetermined time in the evening with the
Smartwired panel’s time clock. Canopy lighting turns on at 20 footcandles, walkway lighting at 10 fc, and parking lot lighting at 2
fc. All security lighting turns off at dawn. A dataline switch is located in the administration office for manual override of all exterior
lighting groups.
LEGEND
Building B security
lighting
LP-2-8 via LCP-1
pc
Parking lot security lighting
Parking lot lighting
Canopy lighting
Building B
Security lighting, Bldg A & B
Visitor Parking
Walkway security lighting
pc
Building canopy lighting
LP-2-10 via LCP-1
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LCP-1
Building A security
lighting
LP-2-11 via LCP-1
Building A
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Main entrance walkway lighting
PP-2-14 via LCP-1
Typical of 12
Walkway lighting
HPSA photocell (on roof)
DL
Dataline switch
LP-2, PP-2
LCP-1
Circuit breaker panel
Lighting control panel
Low voltage wiring
Walkway security lighting
PP-2-18 via LCP-1
Typical of 12
DL
Main Entrance
Staff Parking
Parking area
security lighting
LP-2-9 via LCP-1
Typical of 7
Parking area
lighting
LP-2-7 via LCP-1
Typical of 7
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1. Refer to Smartwired Switching System Installation and Operation Summary for detailed installation and operation instructions.
2. Test the operation of lighting control panels and photocell controls after installation.
3. Commission time clock according to Network Clock Automation Scenarios documentation, test operation after commissioning.
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4. Assign relays to the channels as shown on the Smartwired Relay Schedule.
5. Install the photocell on the roof facing north. Mount underside of photocell at least 12 inches above the snow line.
Smartwired Lighting Control Wiring Diagram
Photocell Installation & Wiring Diagram
LP-2-7
1
R B Y W
LP-2-9
2
R B Y W
LP-2-11
3
R B Y W
LP-2-8
4
R B Y W
LP-2-10
5
R B Y W
6
R B Y W
7
R B Y W
8
R B Y W
9
R B Y W
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PP-2-14
R
B
R
B
R
B
R
B
R
B
R
B
R
B
Y
W
Y
W
Y
W
Y
W
Y
W
Y
W
Y
W
A
B
C
D
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PP-2-18
F
Global Global
dataline dataline
IN
OUT
R B Y W
R B Y W
12
R B Y W
RAISE
LOCAL DATALINE
SELECT
White
24VAC
24VR
YelCOM
HPCP8SS
Photocell Control
Module
CIRCUIT
LOAD DESCRIPTION
LP-2-7
LP-2-9
LP-2-11
LP-2-8
LP-2-10
Parking Area Lighting
Parking Area Security Lighting
Building "A" Security Lighting
Building "B" Security Lighting
Entrance/Exit Canopy Lighting
Other Building Loads
Other Building Loads
Other Building Loads
Other Building Loads
Bollards - Main Entrance Walkway
Bollards - Visitor Parking
Bollards - Security Lighting
4 Button Dataline Switch
Admin Office
SMARTWIRED SWITCHING SYSTEM
NETWORK CLOCK AUTOMATION
PANEL NUMBER
RELAY SCHEDULE
PP-2-16
3 conductor 20 awg
1000 ft max to HPCP8SS
Photocell Control Module
mounted in Smartwired
panel
ACC. POWER
SMARTWIRED SWITCHING SYSTEM
PP-2-18
Rigid conduit
White
Blue
Red
Black
Panel Documentation
PP-2-14
Face North
3 conductor
20 AWG
1000ft max
R B
LOWER
11
TO LOAD
-12
-13
-14
15
Photocell
Local dataline
HPL4W(P)
Network
Clock
H2R9P Relay
-01
-02
-03
-04
-05
-06
-07
-08
-09
-10
-11
Weathertight J-Box
HPSA
roof mounted
photocell
H
Roof
277V 20AMP MAX.
RELAY
NUMBER
G
Mount 12" above
snow line (minimum)
HELP
PP-2-16
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Roof
CHANNEL DESCRIPTION OF GROUP
Parking Area, Lighting,
Walkway Lighting
Note: Check those relays which a
automation channel under that ch
(Each relay can only be associate
A
B
AUTOMATION CH
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DATA
Open 7 am - 10 pm M-F
MANUAL ON/SCHEDULED OFF
B
Building Walkways &
Parking Lot
Security Lighting
SCHEDULED ON/OFF
MANUAL ON/SCHEDULED OFF
MANUAL ON/SWEEP AUTO SW
ASTRO (DARK) ON/OFF
ASTRO (DARK) ON/SCHED OFF Dark at 2fc
Entrance / Exit
Canopy Lighting
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SMARTWIRED SWITCHING SYSTEM
DATALINE SWITCH DOCUMENTATION
MANUAL ON/SWEEP AUTO SW
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SCHEDULED ON/OFF
SWITCH
BUTTON#
DESIGNATION
(8 MAX)1
01
01
01
01
1
2
3
4
RELAYS2 CONTROLLED
3
PANEL # - RELAYS
R1, R2
R10, R11, R12
R3, R4, R5
R1-5, R10-12
Note: Use this form for Dataline Swit
Universal Switch Modules connected
Dataline of the panel number indicat
DESCRIPTION
SPECIAL FU
Parking Lots
Walkways
Security & Canopy Lighting
Exterior - All
MANUAL ON/SCHEDULED OFF
MANUAL ON/SWEEP AUTO SW
ASTRO (DARK) ON/OFF
ASTRO (DARK) ON/SCHED OFF Dark at 20fc
X
X
X
SCHEDULED ON/OFF
ASTRO (DARK) ON/OFF
ASTRO (DARK) ON/SCHED OFF Dark at 2fc
X
X
X
X
AUTOMATION SCENARIO
Walkway Lighting
SCHEDULED ON/OFF
MANUAL ON/SCHEDULED OFF
D
MANUAL ON/SWEEP AUTO SW
ASTRO (DARK) ON/OFF
ASTRO (DARK) ON/SCHED OFF
Dark at 10fc
SCHEDULED ON/OFF
Equipment Schedule
Qty
HIN12R12SP
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Smartwired Control lighting control panel interior, 12 relays
HTUB12
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Tub enclosure for lighting control panel, up to 12 relays, 16”x16.5”x4.5”
HCVR12SL
1
Surface mounted cover for lighting control panel, up to 12 relays, 16.28”x16.7”x.75”
HCLK8SS
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Network clock/programmer for Smartwired Control lighting control panel
HPSM115/277
1
Power supply for lighting control panel, 115/277 VAC, 50/60 Hz
HDLS4SS
1
Dataline Switch, quad, 4 individual buttons plus master, single-gang, includes plate
HPCP8SS
1
Photocontrol package for Smartwired lighting control panel, with HPSA photocell
HDLW4
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Description
Catalog No.
The Watt Stopper, Inc.
E1.0.0402
Dataline wire, 18 AWG (7 strands x 26 AWG) using 2 independent twisted pair (specify feet)
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The ASHRAE 90.1-2001 Standard is available for purchase through ASHRAE. Visit www.ashrae.org to
purchase the standard through its online bookstore. Lighting control highlights include:
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Automatic Lighting Shut off*
• Buildings larger than 5000 sq ft must use an automatic control device to turn off lighting in all spaces.
The automatic control device shall be either:
- A programmable time scheduling device, where an independent program schedule shall be
provided for areas less than or equal to 25,000 sq ft, but not more than one program schedule per
floor, or
- An occupancy sensor that turns lighting off within 30 minutes after the space is vacated, or
- An unoccupied control signal from another control or alarm system
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• Each space that’s enclosed by ceiling-height partitions must have at least one control device that
independently controls the general lighting in the space. Each control device shall be activated either
by an automatic motion sensor, or manually by an occupant.
- For spaces equal to or less than 10,000 sq ft, each control device shall control a maximum of 2500 sq ft
- For spaces greater than 10,000 sq ft, each control device shall control zones no larger than 10,000 sq ft
- Each control device shall be capable of overriding the automatic lighting shut off for no more than
four hours
- Each control device shall be readily accessible and located so that the occupant can see lights
from the controlling switch**
Exterior Lighting Control
• Lighting for all exterior applications not exempted in the Standard, shall be controlled by a photocell
or astronomical time clock.
Tandem Wiring
• Luminaires that are in the same space and on the same control device, using one or three linear
fluorescent lamps greater than 30 watts each, shall use two-lamp tandem-wired ballasts in place of
single-lamp ballasts.
Energy code provisions vary from state to state. For more information, visit the Department of Energy
website at www.energycodes.gov, which provides current information on the status of state energy
codes as well as compliance and training tools.
*Lighting intended for 24 hour operation does not require an automatic control device.
**Remote location is permitted for reasons of safety or security.
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Other System Signal
Alarm system or other
or
signal indicating
facility is not occupied
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Occupancy Sensor
30 minute maximum
Independent schedule
or
time delay
for each 25,000 sq ft
area or each floor
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Maximum controlled area is:
- 2500 sq ft if space is < = 10,000 sq ft
- 10,000 sq ft if space is > 10,000 sq ft
Must be able to override automatic shut off control, but not
for more than four hours (not applicable to occupancy sensors)
Must be accessible and located so controlled lighting is visible
to the occupant
Comply with all other provisions of
ASHRAE 90.1 - 2001, section 9
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Founded in 1984, The Watt Stopper is committed to developing efficient, energy
saving lighting control solutions. Beginning with our first product line, occupancy
sensors, we have continually worked to develop highly innovative, reliable
products that offer a vast array of features.
Today, our product solutions include lighting control panels, daylighting controls,
remote lighting controls, and integrated lighting and plug load controls. These
versatile products offer ideal energy control solutions for every type of building.
The Watt Stopper would like to acknowledge the help and assistance of the many specifiers
and designers who provided input and feedback during the process of developing this
document. A special thanks to:
The Watt Stopper,® Inc.
2800 De La Cruz Blvd
Santa Clara, CA 95050
Tel: 800.879.8585
Fax: 408.988.5373
Jim Westberg, U.S. DOE
Dr. Michael Kroelinger, Arizona State University
Ken Bauersnschub, Mark Greenawalt, P.E., and Dick Santistevan, P.E., Sullivan Designs
Ernie Pryor, RCDD, Orcutt/Winslow Partnership
The Architectural Design staff, Orcutt/Winslow Partnership
Paul Rossello, Ann Pacelli, David Verhegge, Excel Engineers
Don Happ, City Engineer, Phoenix
Mark Ralston, Darrel Miller, P.E., LSW Engineers
Daniel Zuczek, Zuczek Lindstrom Lighting Associates
Naomi Miller, Naomi Miller Lighting Design
Michael Hall, Fanning/Howey Architects
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