HB3x0W High Bay Line Voltage Occupancy Sensor for

HB3x0W High Bay Line Voltage Occupancy Sensor for
DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION
The HB3x0W-Lx occupancy sensors are designed for
automatic lighting control in high bay wet location
applications. The sensors are modular and are made up of
two parts, a Sensor Module (HB3x0W) and a Lens (Lx).
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This sensor is available in two models for different line
voltage applications: HB350W-Lx for 120/277VAC and
HB340W-Lx for 347/480VAC.
The sensors use a set of DIP switches to set the time delay
and PIR sensitivity as explained on page 2. The HB350W-Lx
provides a single load controlling relay. The HB340W-Lx
have two relays for phase switching.
COVERAGE AREA
The coverage area is determined by the lens. Each sensor
comes with a Lens.
For a description of lens coverage patterns, see the LENS
COVERAGE section in this instruction sheet.
INSTALLATION OVERVIEW
CAUTION
TURN THE POWER OFF AT THE
CIRCUIT BREAKER BEFORE INSTALLING THE SENSOR.
1. Review the ADJUSTMENTS section and complete any
necessary DIP switch setting changes.
2. Mount the sensor so the lens is below the edge of the
fixture and away from the lamps. Heat from the lamps
could affect the sensor operation.
Make sure that you have the appropriate accessories
for the sensor mounting configuration. (See
MOUNTING OPTIONS.)
3. Assemble any necessary mounting accessories and
attach them to the sensor module. Make sure that
the flying leads from the sensor module cable are
accessible inside the fixture.
4. Connect the line voltage and load wires to the sensor
leads as shown in the applicable Wiring Diagram for
the sensor module.
• Do not allow bare wire to show.
• Make sure all connections are secure.
• Check all gaskets for watertight fit.
5. Check sensor operation. Refer to the TESTING section.
6. Attach the Lens to the HB3x0W-Lx as shown in the
sensor assembly drawing.
SPECIFICATIONS
HB350W-Lx Voltages............................120/277VAC, 60Hz
Load requirements
@ 120VAC, 60Hz...........0-800W ballast or tungsten
@ 277VAC, 60Hz.............................0-1200W ballast
@ 120VAC.......................................................1/6 hp
HB340W-Lx Voltages............................347/480VAC, 60Hz
Load requirements...............................0-1200W ballast
Wiring cable............................... 3 or 4-conductor 18AWG
stranded, UL Style 2517
Unit Dimensions...................... 4.08” diameter, 1.88” thick
Threaded nipple................... 0.81” diameter, 0.40” long
fits standard 1/2” electrical conduit fitting
Weight..................................................0.28 lb (130 grams)
Material ............................Polycarbonate, UL94-5VA flame
retardant material, UV resistant, indoor use
only, minimum plastic wall thickness 2.5mm
Environment.............................................. IP65 Compliant
Operating temperature .-40°F (-40°C) to 131° F (55°C)
Storage temperature..... -40°F (-40°C) to 176°F (80°C)
Operating humidity........5 to 95% RH, non-condensing.
Maximum Dew Point .................................. 29°C (85°F)
US Patents: ................................. 5,640,113 and 5,804,991
Tightening ring
HBLxW (lens module)
DIP switches
HB3x0W (sensor module)
Sensor Assembly
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Installation Instructions
HB3x0W-Lx
High Bay • Line Voltage • Passive Infrared
IP65 Occupancy Sensors for Wet Locations
ADJUSTMENTS
MOUNTING OPTIONS
The sensor is pre-set at the factory to meet the requirements of
most applications. Review this section if your application requires
changing factory pre-sets.
As shown in the illustration below, the HB3x0W-Lx can be
attached directly to a watertight fixture or junction box that is
equipped with a threaded nipple. The center of the threaded
nipple should be no more than approximately one inch (1”) from
the bottom of the fixture to avoid blocking the sensor’s view.
Sensor factory pre-sets are as follows (default settings are bold):
Factory Switch Settings (N/A = not applicable, no effect)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
ON OFFOFF OFF OFF ON ONOFFN/AN/A
PIR Sensitivity (switches 1 & 2)��Normal
Time Delay (switches 3-7)�����������15 minutes
Override (switch 8) ���������������������.Occupancy control enabled
Wet location
light fixture
(supplied by
others)
PIR Sensitivity (Switches 1-2)
The factory setting (Normal) is suitable for most applications, but
it may be necessary to adjust the PIR sensitivity if there is any
environmental interference causing false triggers or if sensitivity
needs to be increased for your particular application. Use DIP
switches 1 & 2 to adjust sensitivity.
Switch 1
2
OFFOFF High
ON
OFFON Medium
ONON Low
OFF
HB3x0W-Lx attached to a watertight light fixture
Normal
The HBEM3W extender module allows attaching the sensor to
the side of the fixture so that the lens can be positioned below
the bottom edge of the fixture. The wiring cable is threaded
through it and into the fixture for connection. The two sides of the
HBEM3W snap together to protect the cable.
Time Delay (Switches 3-7)
Use DIP switches 3 to 7 to adjust the time delay.
4
5
6
7
TIME DELAY
ONONONONON 15 seconds
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
5 minutes
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
10 minutes
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
15 minutes
OFFOFFOFFOFFON 20 minutes
OFFOFFOFFOFFOFF 30 minutes
Override (Switch 8)
The override disables the occupancy control feature of the
HB3x0W-Lx sensor module. When occupancy control is disabled,
the load remains ON as long as the sensor is powered.
Switch
8
OFF
ON
Threaded female 1/2”
connector (supplied by others)
PIR SENSITIVITY
Switch 3
HB3x0W-Lx
sensor
LOAD EFFECT
Controlled by Occupancy
PIR override. Load always ON
The extender housing is not watertight, but the inner flange rings
on the chase nipple and the HB3x0W-Lx housing fit into groved
rubber rings on the the cable. This keeps moisture from entering
the fixture and sensor at those locations.
Threaded nut
Wet location
light fixture
(supplied by others)
Rubber washer
Chase nipple
HBEM3W
Extender
housing
HB3x0W-Lx sensor
HB3x0W-Lx attached to a watertight light fixture using HBEM3W
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WIRING
LENS COVERAGE
The HB350W-Lx and HB340W-Lx have multi-cell, multi-tier
Fresnel lenses with a 360° view. Coverages shown in the
diagrams are maximum. They represent coverage for full-step
walking motion, with no barriers or obstacles. Temperature
variations may affect coverages and sensor detection.
120/277VAC Wiring (HB350W-Lx)
Neutral
White
Line (Hot)
Load
Black
HB350W-Lx
The -L3 has a high density lens that
covers a 40’ diameter area at a height
of 20’. As shown in the coverage
diagrams.
Red
HB3x0-L3 360° Lens
Coverage@ 20’ height: 40’ dia.
480VAC Wiring (HB-340W-Lx)
Red
(Load A)
Black
Phase A
0
Ceiling
0
5
5
10
White
Phase B
15
10
Load
HB340W-Lx
20
20
18
15
12
9
6
3
0
3
6
9
12
15
18
20
15
Red w/White Stripes
20
20
18
15
12
9
6
3
0
3
6
9
12
15
18
20
(Load B)
HB3x0-L3 side coverage pattern
The -L4 is designed for mounting at
heights between 30’ to 40’. Its coverage
area can be up to 60’ in diameter when
mounted at 40’.*
347VAC Wiring (HB-340W-Lx)
Black
Line (Hot)
Red
(Load A)
Load
Neutral
White
Neutral
HB340W-Lx
Red w/White Stripes
(Load B)
Cap
the
wire
HB3x0-L3 top coverage pattern
HB3x0-L4 360° Lens
Coverage@ 40’ height: 60’ dia.
Ceiling
0
30
27
20
10
12
6
3
0
3
6
20
30
60 ft
12
20
40
30
20
12
6
0
6
12
20
HB3x0-L4 side coverage pattern
27
30
30
27
20
12
6 3 0 3 6
12
20
27
30
HB3x0-L4 top coverage pattern
* Ambient temperature variations in unconditioned spaces may
affect sensor detection and coverage areas.
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IMPORTANT START-UP INFORMATION
A 60-second start-up period occurs during initial installation and
after a power failure of 5 minutes or more. After applying power
to the sensor wait at least 60 seconds for the sensor to begin
detecting occupancy and the load to turn ON. It may turn ON
during the start-up period, depending on the state of the relay
when power was off.
• If the sensor detects occupancy during the start-up,
when the load turns ON it stays ON as long as the sensor
continues to detect motion, plus the Time Delay.
• If no occupancy is detected during the 60-second startup, the load may come on anyway during the start-up.
If no occupancy is detected by the time the start-up is
complete, the relay opens and the load turns OFF.
TESTING
1. When mounting and wiring are complete, cover up the sensor
to prevent it from detecting motion.
2. Apply power to the sensor and light fixture. Lights may turn
ON during the 60-second start-up period.
3. Wait for the start-up period to end. For the next 1 to 2
minutes the sensor runs through a self-diagnostic routine.
4. If the load came on during the start-up period, wait for it to
turn OFF, indicating the self diagnostic routine is complete.
5. Uncover the sensor and confirm that when the sensor
detects motion, it’s red LED blinks and the light turns ON.
6. Disconnect power.
7. Attach the lens as shown in the assembly drawing. Tighten
securely to ensure that seal is complete.
TROUBLESHOOTING
To confirm proper operation, review the Start-Up and Testing
information.
Red LED on sensor module does not blink:
Check for proper sensor wire connections
and make sure they are tightly secured.
Red LED blinks but lights do not turn ON:
Lights will not turn OFF:
1.If there is no motion from people or equipment in the
sensor’s view but the red LED blinks, look for any nearby
source of infrared energy (heat) in motion, such as turbulent
air from a heating or cooling supply, or other sources
such as heat from the fluorescent lamps in the fixture.
• Mount the sensor so that it’s lens is below the edge
of the fixture and does not directly view the lamps.
• Divert the air supply away from the
sensor, or move the sensor.
2.Verify time delay set in switches 3-7. The time delay can
be set from 15 seconds to 30 minutes. Ensure that the
time delay is set to the desired delay and that there is no
movement within the sensor’s view for that time period.
3.Check Override DIP switch setting. If switch 8
is ON, the PIR is overridden. Occupancy control
functions are overridden and the load stays ON.
4.Check sensor wire connections. Verify that
all connections are complete.
ORDERING INFORMATION
Catalog # A complete high bay line voltage occupancy sensor for wet
locations consists of:
HB340W-L3
347/480VAC IP65 Sensor module in watertight
enclosure with coverage @ 20’ mounting height and
40’ diameter
HB340W-L4
347/480VAC IP65 Sensor module in watertight
enclosure with coverage @ 40’ mounting height and
60’ diameter
HB350W-L3
120/277VAC IP65 Sensor module in watertight
enclosure with coverage @ 20’ mounting height and
40’ diameter
HB350W-L4
120/277VAC IP65 Sensor module in watertight
enclosure with coverage @ 40’ mounting height and
60’ diameter
1.Make sure that power to the sensor has been ON
continuously for at least one minute, then
a) Turn OFF power to the sensor.
The relay will close.
b) Turn ON power to the sensor.
The load should come ON. If not, continue with step 2.
2.Check power connections to the load.
3.Check all sensor wire connections. Verify
the load wire is tightly secured.
Description
Optional mounting accessories
HBEM3W
Extender module with 1 chase nipple, extender
housing, rubber washer, two threaded nuts
All units are White.
To order preassembled custom configurations of sensors, lenses
and mounting accessories, contact technical support.
WARRANTY INFORMATION
WattStopper warranties its products to be free of defects
in materials and workmanship for a period of five (5)
years. There are no obligations or liabilities on the part
of WattStopper for consequential damages arising out
of, or in connection with, the use or performance of this
product or other indirect damages with respect to loss of
property, revenue or profit, or cost of removal, installation or
reinstallation.
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