Microwave Motion Sensor
Version 2:
Set the run-on time on the motion sensor to a value greater than 5 minutes
Remain in the activation range of the motion sensor for a short time
-› The motion sensor detects movement and switches on
-› The corridorFUNCTION is activated automatically after 5 minutes
-› The light value switches to presence value (default: 100%)
Reset the run-on time of the motion sensor to the required value
Connecting Multiple Luminaires:
Installation Instructions for:
Microwave Motion Sensor
Technical Specifications
Cooper Part No.
IM******RD/DD
or
IP******RD/DD
NOT LIVE
USED OUT
Fitting with Sensor
SENSOR LIVE
OUTPUT
(MAX LOAD 300W)
PRODUCT TYPE:
Microwave Motion Sensor
OPERATING VOLTAGE: 220/240V ~ 50Hz/60Hz
HF SYSTEM:
5.8GHz CW radar
TRANSMISSION POWER: <1mW
RATED LOAD:
800W (resistive load)
400W (inductive load)
Antenna module
No motion detected
Motion detected
Adjustable
detection area
Hold-time
Dimming Fitting
Lsw N
(SWITCH DIM)
Dimming Fitting
Lsw N
(SWITCH DIM)
Cooper Part No.
******RD/DD
DSI/DALI
To Neutral terminal
Dimming Fitting
Daylight threshold
30~150
Approx 0.9W
1-5m (radi), adjustable
5s~25min
Indoors, ceiling & walling mounted
2~30 LUX
0~50oC
Daylight Sensor
Power supply
220-240V output control
The sensor is an active motion detector; it emits a high-frequency electromagnetic wave 5.8GHz and
receives its echo. The sensor detects the change in echo from movement in its detection zone. A
microprocessor then triggers the switch light ON command. Detection is possible through doors,
panels of glass or thin walls.
NOTE: the high-frequency output of this sensor is<1mW; approximately just 1% of the transmission
power of a mobile telephone or the output of a microwave oven.
Lsw N
(SWITCH DIM)
To Neutral terminal
Cooper Part No.
******RD/DD
DETECTION ANGLE:
POWER CONSUMPTION:
REACH:
TIME SETTING:
MOUNTING:
LIGHT CONTROL:
Working temperature:
DSI/DALI
Max. 3 additional luminaires
Cooper Part No.
******RD/DD
DSI/DALI
To Neutral terminal
o
IMPORTANT
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY PRIOR TO INSTALLATION AND RETAIN THIS LEAFLET
IN A KNOWN AND SAFE PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
Deactivating the CorridorFUNCTION from the ******RD/DD luminaires:
If the corridorFUNCTION is activated the ballast is controlled only by motion. To operate the
******RD/DD luminaires via DALI, DSI or switchDIM the corridorFUNCTION must be deactivated.
Procedure:
Fitting must be powered
Connect mains voltage switch to control input LSW
Connect neutral conductor to control input at input N
Press the switch 5 times within 3 seconds
Section 1 Installation
ENSURE THAT THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY IS SWITCHED OFF COMPLETELY BEFORE
INSTALLING OR SERVICING THIS PRODUCT
L' L N
The sensor works with main voltage of 220-240V (+/- 10%) 50/60 Hz.
A 100-120 V version is available on request.
The sensor has a 3-wire electrical interface:
N (neutral / 230 V AC)
L (phase / 230 V AC)
L' (switched phase / output)
This sensor is suitable for indoor use, and is also designed for installation at 3~5m in height.
While sensor use with Hytronik sensorDIM ballast or other dimming ballast, please keep the sensor
antenna module from the ballast and lamp filament by at least 80mm.
K882V2
Section 2 Settings
Installation Instructions for:
CorridorFUNCTION
Detection range:
This determines the effective range of the motion detector and is set by DIP switches at the sensor
itself, refer to figure. Note that reducing the sensitivity will also narrow the detection range.
The following settings are available:
I - maximum range up to 5m
1 2 3
II - range up to 3.5m
III - range up to 2m
IV - range up to 1.5m
3
1
2
V - range up to 1m
Daylight sensor:
This setting holds off the 100% light output should there be sufficient daylight and is set using DIP
switches at the sensor itself, refer to figure.
The following settings are available:
1 2 3
I - 2 lux darkness operation only
II - 5 lux darkness operation only
III - 20 lux twilight operation
3
1
2
IV - 30 lux twilight operation
V - *daylight, photocell disabled
If the sensor is positioned next to a light source this must be disabled
Section 3 Troubleshooting
CAUSE
The load will not work
The load is always on
The load is on without any identifiable
movement
The load will not work despite movement
This instruction leaflet gives details of how to wire and commission a luminaire or series of luminaires
for CorridorFUNCTION. CorridorFUNCTION is a feature of the ballast and not the occupancy detector.
It allows the detector to switch the ballast such that it will dim to 10% rather than switching off when
occupancy is no longer detected.
Cooper IM/IP******RD/DD luminaires enable CorridorFUNCTION to be used. One 'master' luminaire
with the IM/IP detector can be used to control up to 3 additional Cooper ******RD/DD luminaires.
Take care to ensure the occupancy detection coverage is suitable when controlling multiple luminaires
from one detector.
CorridorFUNCTION Details:
5
4
Time
1
*In daylight setting the lamp(s) will always be on with motion detected and operate at 100% light
output, even in bright daylight
MALFUNCTION CAUSE REMEDY
Important!
To optimise lamp life and performance, a minimum burn-in period of 100 hours at full output is
recommended before dimming the lamp
Light
Hold time:
This determines the time the fitting remains at 100% level on motion detector and is set with DIP
switches at the sensor itself, refer to figure. The walk test setting is useful when installing the fitting to
establish correct operation and range.
The following settings are available:
I - Walk test mode 5s
1 2 3
II - 30s
III - 3 minutes
IV - 5 minutes
3
1
2
V - 15 minutes
VI - 25 minutes
This section only relevant to products with the CorridorFUNCTION installed.
REMEDY
Incorrect light-control setting selected
Adjust setting
Load faulty
Replace load
Mains switch OFF
Switch ON
Continuous movement in detection zone
Check zone setting
The sensor is not mounted for reliably detecting movement
Securely mount enclosure
Movement occurred, but not identified by the sensor (moevement
behind wall, movement of small object in immediate lamp vicinity etc.) Check zone setting
Rapid movements are being suppressed to minimise malfunctioning or
the detection radius is too small
Check zone setting
2
3
1. Fade-in time: the time that starts as soon as the presence of a person is detected.
2. Run-on time (Dependent on sensor): the time that starts as soon as the presence of a person is
no longer detected.
3. Fade time (32s): the time during which the luminous intensity is faded from the presence value to
the absence value.
4. Absence value (10%): the luminous intensity when there is no person present
5. Presence value (100%): the luminous intensity when persons are present
Activating the CorridorFUNCTION:
Activating the corridorFUNCTION is simple. If an ac voltage of 230 V is applied to the digital interface
of the ballast for a period of at least 5 minutes the ballast detects the corridorFUNCTION and
automatically activates it. Activation is required only once per device.
There are two procedures for activating by means of the mains voltage.
Procedure:
Version 1:
Remain in the activation range of the motion sensor for more than 5 minutes
-› The motion sensor detects movement and switches on
-› The corridorFUNCTION is activated automatically after 5 minutes
-› The light value switches to presence level (default: 100%)
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