1 Safety instructions 2 Device components

1 Safety instructions 2 Device components
Light Management
Motion and presence detector
Motion and presence detector
Art. No. : DWPMK360WW
Motion and presence detector
Art. No. : DWPMK360AL
Operating instructions
1 Safety instructions
Electrical devices may only be mounted and connected by electrically skilled persons.
Serious injuries, fire or property damage possible. Please read and follow manual fully.
Danger of electric shock. Device is not suitable for disconnection from supply voltage.
Danger of electric shock. Always disconnect before carrying out work on the devise or
load. At the same time, take into account all circuit breakers that supply dangerous
voltage to the device or load.
Do not press on the sensor window. Device can be damaged.
Keep button cells out of reach of children! If button cells are swallowed, get medical help
immediately.
Risk of explosion! Do not throw batteries into fire.
Risk of explosion! Do not recharge batteries.
The device is not suitable for use as a burglar alarm or other alarm.
These instructions are an integral part of the product, and must remain with the end
customer.
2 Device components
Figure 1
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Connection box
Sensor top
Brightness sensor
Sensor window with red and blue display LED
Decor ring
Push-on cover
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Figure 2
(7) IR end customer remote control, included in the scope of delivery
(8) IR installation engineer remote control (see Accessories)
3 Function
Intended use
Automatic switching of lighting depending on the heat motion and ambient brightness.
Indoor ceiling mounting, surface-mounted
Product characteristics
2-point light control
Functions settable with IR remote controls
Restriction of the detection field by switching off individual sensors or push-on cover.
Operation with IR remote control, 2-wire extension or installation button
Teach function for adjustment of the brightness threshold, in combination with IR remote
controls
Switch-off warning
Short-time operation, e.g. to activate acoustic signal encoders
Display LEDs
Presence simulation
Function as twilight switch
Dynamic run-on time
Extension of the detection area through parallel switching of multiple devices
i The extension of the detection area with 3-wire extensions is not possible.
Automatic operation
The device detects heat motions of people, animals and objects.
The light is switched on if a person enters the detection area and the brightness is below
the set threshold.
The run-on time restarts with each detected motion.
The light is switched off when it is no longer required because:
No more movement is detected in the detection area and the run-on time has elapsed or
the ambient light is too bright.
The switch-off brightness is calculated from the set brightness threshold and the connected
light.
To avoid brief shading from causing switch-off, switch-off only takes place when the set
run-on time has elapsed. The run-on time does not restart on movement detection for as
long as the switch-off brightness is exceeded.
i The minimum switch-off brightness is 100 lux, even if a lower value is set.
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To avoid any switch-on caused by a cooling illuminant, no movement signals are evaluated for
a brief lockout time after switching off. The motion detector adjusts itself to the ambient
conditions to keep the time as short as possible.
Short time operation
If movement occurs, then a short pulse of approx. 0.5 seconds is triggered according to the
brightness. The pulse is cyclically repeated as long as motions are detected.
Switch-off warning
If the switch-off warning is active, the light is not switched off immediately after the run-on time
has elapsed. Triple flashing at an interval of 10 seconds shows that the light will be switched off
soon. The run-on time is thereby prolonged by approx. 30 seconds. If movement is detected
during the switch-off prewarning, then the run-on time is restarted and the light remains on.
Dynamic run-on time
The function determines a run-on time within specified limits automatically and dynamically from
detected movements. In so doing, the run-on time is increased if presence continues or
decreased if absence is detected.
Presence simulation
In automatic operation, the motion detector continuously saves times for which the lighting was
switched on. A maximum of 60 switching operations are saved over a period of 24 hours. If
more switching operations take place, the oldest ones are overwritten respectively. If the
presence simulation is activated, the motion detector switches the lighting at the saved times
according to the brightness. Switch-off takes place after the run-on time has elapsed. Detected
motions prolong the run-on time or the light is switched on depending on brightness. Times are
not saved.
Function as twilight switch
The function is active as soon as all the PIR sensors have been switched off (see
Commissioning). The light is switched according to the brightness. Motions are not evaluated
The light is switched on if the brightness is below the set threshold for 4 minutes.
The light is switched off when the switch-off brightness (see Automatic mode) is exceeded
for 4 minutes.
i Switch-on and switch-off of the light via 2-wire extensions or installation buttons is not
possible. The Continuous on/off and on/off for 2 hours functions cannot be used.
Behaviour after mains return
After mains return, the device performs a self-test for a maximum of 20 seconds. After the selftest has been completed, the device is ready for operation. The device switches the light
according to the settings made.
The following applies during the self-test:
The red and blue display LEDs (4) light up.
The device cannot be operated or set using an IR remote control.
Movements are not detected.
The device can be switched via 2-wire extensions or installation buttons.
4 Operation
Special functions can be switched and settings adjusted using the supplied IR remote control.
i Special functions can restrict operation via the 2-wire extension inserts or installation
buttons.
i If multiple devices are within the range of the IR remote control, then align it so that only
the device to be operated can receive the signals.
LED display
Behind the sensor window (4) are a red and a yellow LED (Figure 1) for indicating different
states of operation.
Red LED
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Off
On
Light switched on continuously
On
Off
Light switched off continuously
or twilight button function
activated
Flashing slowly
Off
Presence simulation switched
on
Flashing
Off
Receipt of IR signals
Off
Flashing
IR signal detected
Button assignment of the end user IR remote control
Button
Function
ů
Pressing for less than 0.4 seconds
Switching on automatic mode
ů
Actuation of between 1 and 4 seconds
In automatic mode: Switch-on for the duration
of the run-on time
Ű
Pressing for less than 0.4 seconds
Continuous on
ű
Pressing for less than 0.4 seconds
Continuous off
2 h On
Pressing for less than 0.4 seconds
On for 2 hours
2 h Off
Pressing for less than 0.4 seconds
Off for 2 hours
Ų
Pressing for less than 10 seconds
In the next 10 seconds, the brightness
threshold can be changed incrementally using
the Ű or ű buttons.
Ų
Pressing for longer than 10 seconds
Saving the current ambient brightness as the
brightness threshold
Set 2
Pressing for longer than 10 seconds
Activating the settings saved by the installation
engineer
ų
Pressing for longer than 10 seconds
Switching the presence simulation on or off
Time
Pressing for less than 10 seconds
In the next 10 seconds, the run-on time can be
changed incrementally using the Ű or
ű buttons.
Switching on light for the duration of the run-on time
A 2-wire extension or an installation button is connected.
i In short-time operation, cyclic pulses take place whilst the 2-wire extension at top or bottom
or installation button is pressed.
i Alternatively, press the ů button of the IR remote control for between
1 and 4 seconds. In short-time operation, there is a single pulse after releasing the button.
Light is switched off.
Motion detector operation
o Press the 2-wire extension or installation button for less than 0.4 seconds.
i If the 2-wire extension or the installation button is pressed again after switch-on, then the
run-on time is restarted.
Presence detector operation
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o
Press the top or full-surface of the 2-wire extension or installation button for less than
0.4 seconds.
Light is switched on depending on brightness and motion. Movements are evaluated
according to the brightness and prolong the run-on time.
Switching the light off for a period of 3 minutes
i This function can only be used in presence detector operation.
A 2-wire extension or an installation button is connected.
Light is switched on.
o Press the bottom 2-wire extension or installation button.
The light is switched off for the period of 3 minutes. When movements are detected, the
time is restarted.
Switch on the light for 2 hours
Motions are not evaluated during this time. It is not possible to switch off via a 2-wire extension
or installation button.
o Press 2 h On button of the IR remote control.
Light is switched on for 2 hours. The motion detector is in automatic operation again after
the 2 hours have elapsed.
i The time is restarted if actuation is repeated.
i Automatic operation is switched on again using the ů button.
Switch on the light continuously
Motions are not evaluated during this time. It is not possible to switch off via a 2-wire extension
or installation button.
o Press the Ű button for shorter than 0.4 seconds.
Light is switched on continuously. The blue LED lights up.
i Automatic operation is switched on again using the ů button.
Switch off the light for 2 hours
Motions are not evaluated during this time. It is not possible to switch on via a 2-wire extension
or installation button.
o Press the 2 h Off button.
Light is switched off for 2 hours. The device is in automatic operation again after the time
has elapsed.
i The time is restarted if actuation is repeated.
i Automatic operation is switched on again using the ů button.
Switch off the light continuously
Motions are not evaluated It is not possible to switch on via a 2-wire extension insert or
installation button.
o Press the ű button for shorter than 0.4 seconds.
Light is switched off continuously. The red LED lights up.
i Automatic operation is switched on again using the ů button.
Adjusting the switch-on brightness
The switch-on brightness is set during commissioning. The switch-on brightness can be
adjusted at a later time using the supplied IR remote control.
o Press Ų button briefly.
o Within 10 seconds, press the Ű or ű button briefly.
Each button press extends or shortens the brightness threshold by 10 % of the set value,
but by at least 1 lux.
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Saving the current brightness as the switch-on brightness
o Press the Ų button for longer than 10 seconds.
The current brightness is saved as the switch-on brightness.
Adjusting the run-on time
The run-on time is set during commissioning. The run-on time can be adjusted at a later time
using the supplied IR remote control.
o Press Time button briefly.
o Within 10 seconds, press the Ű or ű button briefly.
Each button press extends or shortens the run-on time by 10 % of the set value, but by at
least 1 Lux.
Recalling saved settings
During commissioning, the installation engineer can save the settings made (see Saving
settings). These can be recalled if, for example, changes made later are no longer required.
o Press the Set 2 button for longer than 10 seconds.
Settings saved by the installation engineer are active again.
Switching the presence simulation on or off
o Press the ų button for longer than 10 seconds.
The presence simulation is switched on or off alternately. If the function is switched on, the
red LED flashes slowly.
i The function cannot be activated until 24 hours after first commissioning.
5 Information for electrically skilled persons
DANGER!
Electrical shock when live parts are touched.
Electrical shocks can be fatal.
Before carrying out work on the device or load, disengage all the
corresponding circuit breakers. Cover up live parts in the working environment.
5.1 Fitting and electrical connection
Detection field and range
Figure 3: Tangential and radial direction of motion
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The device has a detection area of 360°. The diameter of the detection area depends on the
installation height and the direction of motions of persons in the detection area (figure 4).
The detection area becomes larger the greater the installation height, while the detection
density and sensitivity are reduced at the same time.
Figure 4: Detection range depending on the direction of movement
Diameter of detection area for direction of movement
Installation
height
1:
2:
3:
4:
2.20 m
14.5 m
11.5 m
8m
6m
2.50 m
16.5 m
13 m
10 m
7m
3.00 m
20 m
16 m
12 m
8m
3.50 m
23 m
18.5 m
14 m
9m
4.00 m
26 m
17 m
14.5 m*)
– *)
5.00 m
28 m
18 m
15 m*)
– *)
6.00 m
29 m
19 m
– *)
– *)
1:
2:
3:
4:
*)
Range for tangential movement on the ground
Range for radial movement on the ground
Range for typical movements at desks, e.g. torso movement
Range of fine detection at desks, e.g. mouse movements
When used as a presence detector: Installation height should not be more than 3.5 m,
otherwise fine detection is not possible.
Selecting the installation location
For use as a presence detector, the device is installed, for example, above a workplace and
monitors the surface below it. For use as a motion detector, the device is installed, for example,
in the hallway.
o Select a vibration-free installation location. Vibrations can lead to unwanted switching.
o Avoid interference sources in the detection area. Interference sources, e.g. heaters,
ventilation, air conditioners, and cooling light bulbs can lead to unwanted detections.
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i The detection area can be limited in order to minimize the influence of interference
sources. For this, use the push-on cover (see Limiting the detection area with the push-on
cover) or switch off individual sensors (see Limiting the detection area).
Aligning the device
The device has three independent PIR sensors for motion detection(figure 5).
Figure 5: Detection field areas A, B and C, installation height 2.50 m
Figure 6: Arrangement of the areas A, B and C
o
Align the connection box (1) in such a way that the areas A, B and C match the structural
conditions. The arrangement is clearly evident under the decor ring (figure 6).
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Preparations for installation
Figure 7: Fitting
(1) Connection box
(2) Sensor top
(5) Decor ring
(9) Fastening pins
(10) Screws
o Pull off the decor ring (5) (figure 7).
o Loosen the screws (10) (figure 7).
Installing the connection box
Figure 8: Connection box
(11) Fastening holes
(12) Cable entry, surface-mounted
(13) Thin points for optional cable entries
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o
Align the device (for the position of areas A, B, C, see Aligning the device) - the brightness
sensor should, if possible, be located on the side away from the window. This reduces the
effects of scattered light.
o For an additional flush-mounted cable entry or surface-mounted cable entry, break out the
appropriate thin point (13) (figure 8).
o Fastening the connection box (1) through holes (11) (figure 8).
i Alternatively, the device can also be mounted on a 60 mm appliance box. The screws are
not included in the scope of delivery.
Connecting the device
Figure 9: Connection diagram, single device
Figure 10: Connection diagram, parallel circuit for expanding the detection area
Max. power cable length 100 m. This takes into account all the connecting cables between the
devices and lamps.
Do not connect more than five devices in parallel.
Connect all devices to the same outer conductor.
Set all the devices to the same device function (motion detector or presence detector).
i The connection in parallel does not increase maximum connected load.
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o
Connect the sensor top according to the connection diagram (figure 9) or switch the sensor
tops according to the circuit diagram (figure 10).
o If multiple miniature circuit breakers supply dangerous voltages to the device or load,
couple the miniature circuit breakers or label them with a warning, to ensure disconnection
is guaranteed.
Connection assignment
black, BK, L
External conductor
brown, BR, ↓
Switched external conductor
blue, BU, N
Neutral conductor
grey, GY, 1
Installation button connection
PE
Earth conductor
o
Optionally, connect the installation button (14) (figure 9) or (figure 10). This is only
necessary if manual operation is also desired.
i Lit installation buttons may only be connected if they have an N terminal.
i In the case of single devices, a 2-wire extension can be used as an alternative to the
installation button (14).
o Screw the sensor top (2) to connection box (1) with screws (10) and mounting pins (9)
(figure 7).
Limiting the detection area using the push-on cover
The push-on cover can be used to limit the detection area, e.g. in order to mask out interference
sources.
Figure 11: Push-on cover
Cover size
Range on the ground
(mounting height 3 m)
Complete push-on cover
Ø approx 4.5 m
Area I cut out
Ø approx. 7.5 m
Areas I + II cut out
Ø approx. 12 m
without push-on cover
Ø approx. 20 m
o
Pull off push-on cover.
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o Using scissors, cut out push-on cover along the marked lines as required.
o Push on push-on cover.
i Alternatively, the detection area can also be limited by switching off individual sensors (see
Commissioning).
5.2 Commissioning
Insert battery into IR remote control
i To avoid contact problems, keep the contacts of batteries and device free of grease.
CAUTION!
Risk of chemical burns.
Batteries can burst and leak.
Replace batteries only with an identical or equivalent type.
o Insert the supplied battery with correct polarity (see IR remote control imprint)
The operation and necessary settings are carried out using the IR remote control for the
installation engineer (see Accessories).
i If multiple devices are within the range of the IR remote control, then align it so that only
the device to be operated can receive the signals.
Button assignment of the installation engineer IR remote control
Button
Function
1sŮ
Short time operation
30 s Ů, 2 min Ů, 5 min Ů, 30 min Ů
Set run-on time
ũ
Pressing for longer than 10 seconds
Saving ambient brightness as brightness
threshold
Ê, Ŧ, ŧ, Ũ
Setting the brightness threshold
0-1 hŮ
Setting individual run-on time
Dyn.Ů Pressing for longer than 10 seconds
Switching on the dynamic run-on time
PIR A, PIR B, PIR C, PIR A-C Pressing for
longer than 10 seconds
Switching the PIR sensors on/off
PIR A, PIR B, PIR C
Pressing for less than 10 seconds
In the next 5 seconds, use the 25 %, 50 %, 75
% and 100 % buttons to set the sensitivity of
the appropriate PIR sensor
25 %, 50 %, 75 %, 100 %
Setting the sensitivity
Ū
Pressing for longer than 10 seconds
Switching on the Presence detector device
function
ū
Pressing for longer than 10 seconds
Switching on the Motion detector device
function
Ŭ
No function is saved for this device
Test 100 h
Pressing for less than 10 seconds
Switch on test operation
Test 100 h
Pressing for longer than 10 seconds
On for 100 hours
Set 1
Pressing for longer than 10 seconds
Save any changes made for later recall using
the Set 2 button of the end customer IR
remote control
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ŭ
Pressing for longer than 10 seconds
Switch on/off switch-off warning
Prog Func
No function is saved for this device
Reset
Actuation of between 4 seconds and
10 seconds
Switching off the functions: Dynamic run-on
time, switch-off prewarning, on for 100 hours,
test operation
Reset
Pressing for longer than 10 seconds
Restoring to factory settings
Switching on a device function
The device can work either as a motion detector or presence detector.
o Press the ū or Ū button.
The device works either as a motion detector or presence detector.
i When changing the device function, the settings of the previous device function are saved
and reactivated on changing again.
Setting the sensitivity
The sensitivity can be set individually for each PIR sensor.
o Press the PIR A, PIR B or PIR C for less than 10 seconds.
o Within 5 seconds, press the 25 %, 50 %, 75 % or 100 % button.
Sensitivity is set.
Limiting the detection area
The detection area of the motion detector can be limited by switching off one or two PIR
sensors. Since the detection areas of the PIR sensors overlap, there is no distinct demarcation
of the blocked out detection area. If all the PIR sensors have been switched off, then the device
works as a twilight switch.
o Press the PIR A, PIR B or PIR C button for longer than 10 seconds.
The appropriate PIR sensor is switched off and the detection area is limited.
i By pressing the PIR A-C button all the PIR sensors are switched on again at 100 %
sensitivity. Individual PIR sensors can be switched off by setting a sensitivity for the PIR
sensor.
Setting the switch-on brightness
One of four predefined brightness thresholds (see table) or one individual brightness threshold
can be set (see Saving current brightness as the switch-on brightness). If the device is set as a
motion detector, then the brightness is measured on the device. If the device is set as a
presence detector, then the brightness is measured on the work surface.
o Press the appropriate button (see table).
Brightness thresholds
Icon
Device function, motion
detector
Device function, presence
detector
Ê
5 lux
200 lux
Ŧ
10 lux
500 lux
ŧ
150 lux *
1000 lux
Ũ
Brightness-independent - day
operation
Brightness-independent - day
operation
* Setting for stairways according to DIN EN12464-1, 2003-03
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Saving the current brightness as the switch-on brightness
The Teach function can be used to save the current brightness as a switch-on brightness.
i Do not shade the device during the measuring process.
o Create the desired lighting situation, e.g. switch light on or off.
o Press the ũ button for longer than 10 seconds.
The Teach function is activated, the current brightness is saved as the switch-on
brightness and is used after a maximum of 3 minutes.
i If a value greater than 2000 lux is saved, the motion detector switches to day operation
independent of the brightness.
Setting fixed run-on time
o Press 30 s Ů, 2 min Ů, 5 min Ů or 30 min Ůbutton.
i If the run-on time is shortened, then it only becomes active after the device has switched
off once. To cancel a running run-on time, set the special function Continuous on
for example and then switch back to Automatic operation (see Operation).
Setting individual run-on time
The individual run-on time can be set within a range of 10 seconds to 60 minutes. One of the
fixed run-on times can be set again at any time.
o Press 0-1 h Ů button.
Run-on time starts.
o When the required run-on time is reached, press 0-1 h Ů button.
The device saves the run-on time.
i If the run-on time is shortened, then it only becomes active after the device has switched
off once. To cancel a running run-on time, set the special function Continuous on
for example and then switch back to Automatic operation (see Operation).
Setting the dynamic run-on time
The device adapts the run-on time to the motion situation.
o Press the Dyn. Ů button for longer than 10 seconds.
The dynamic run-on time is activated.
i To switch off the function, press the Reset button for between 4 and 10 seconds
Switching on short time operation
o Press 1 s Ů button.
i No individual or dynamic run-on time can be set in short time operation.
i To switch off short-time operation, set a fixed or individual run-on time.
Switching on switch-off warning
Switch-off warning is switched off.
o Press the ŭ button for longer than 10 seconds.
Switch-off warning is switched on. If pressed again, the switch-off warning is switched off
again.
i The function is also switched off if the Reset button is pressed for between 4 and
10 seconds.
Switching on the function as a twilight switch
All the PIR sensors must have been switched off for the device to work as a twilight switch.
o Press the PIR A, PIR B and PIR C buttons for longer than 10 seconds.
The device works as a twilight switch as soon as the last PIR sensor has been switched
off. The red LED lights up.
i If day operation is set as the switch-on brightness, the light remains off continuously.
i It is not possible to switch via a 2-wire extension or installation button.
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Switch on test operation
The test operation is used for testing the detection area. In test operation, the device operates
independently of the brightness. All the other settings remain unchanged. Detected motions are
signalled by the blue status LED.
o Press the Test 100 h button for between 4 and 10 seconds.
Test operation is switched on for 5 minutes.
i By pressing the ů button of the IR remote control for end customers, you can
switch to automatic operation at any time (see Operation).
i The function is also switched off if the Reset button is pressed for between 4 and
10 seconds.
Switch On for 100 h
This function is used to burn in fluorescent lamps.
o Press the Test 100 h button for longer than 10 seconds.
The lamps are switched on for 100 hours. The device is switched back to automatic
operation again after the time has elapsed.
i During the 100 hours, no switching is possible via 2-wire extension, installation button or IR
remote control, movement signals are not evaluated.
i To switch off the function, press the Reset button for between 4 and 10 seconds.
Saving settings
Save the settings so that, if necessary, the end customer can recall them using the Set 2
button. No values are saved in the as-delivered state.
o Press the Set 1 button for longer than 10 seconds.
The following settings are saved: Device function, sensitivity of PIR A-C, detection angle,
switch-on brightness, run-on time, dynamic run-on time, short-time operation, switch-off
prewarning. Previously saved values are overwritten.
Restoring the device to factory settings
o Press the Reset button for longer than 10 seconds.
Function
Value
Device function
Motion detector
Operating mode
Automatic operation
Sensitivity of PIR A-C
100 %
Detection angle
360°, PIR A-C switched on
Switch-on brightness
10 lux
Run-on time
2 minutes
Dynamic run-on time
switched-off
Short time operation
switched-off
Switch-off warning
switched-off
Presence simulation
switched-off
Test operation
switched-off
i If the Reset button is pressed for between 4 and 10 seconds, only a few functions are
terminated (see button assignment of Installation engineer IR remote control).
6 Appendix
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Remove empty batteries immediately and dispose of in an environmentally friendly
manner. Do not throw batteries into household waste. Consult your local authorities
about environmentally friendly disposal. According to statutory provisions, the end
consumer is obligated to return used batteries.
6.1 Technical data
Rated voltage
Mains frequency
Ambient temperature
Standby power
Circuit breaker
Contact type
Detection angle
Dimensions Ø×H
Installation height
Detection area
Sensitivity
Brightness setting
Run-on time
Short time operation
pulse duration
pulse stop
Switching current at 35 °C
Ohmic
Fluorescent lamps
Minimum switching current AC
Connected load at AC 230 V~ and 35 °C
Incandescent lamps
HV halogen lamps
Tronic transformers
Inductive transformers
HV-LED lamps
Compact fl lamp.
Fluorescent lamps, uncompensated
Capacitive load
Connected load at AC 110 V~ and 35 °C
Incandescent lamps
HV halogen lamps
Tronic transformers
Inductive transformers
HV-LED lamps
Compact fl lamp.
Fluorescent lamps, uncompensated
Capacitive load
Connection
single stranded
finely stranded with tin-plated conductor ends
Number of extension units
Non-illuminated installation buttons
Extension insert, 2-wire
Total length of extension unit cable
Total length power cable
IR remote control
Battery type
AC 110 ... 230 V ~
50 / 60 Hz
-5 ... +45 °C
max. 0.3 W
max. 16 A
µ
360 °
103×66 mm
3 m
Ø approx. 20 m
25 ... 100 %
approx. 5 ... 2000 lx (and day operation)
approx. 10 s ... 30 min
approx. 0.5 s
approx. 3 s
16 A (AC1)
4 AX
100 mA
2300 W
2000 W
1500 W
1000 VA
typ. 400 W
typ. 400 W
920 VA
690 VA (560 µF)
1150 W
1000 W
750 W
500 VA
typ. 200 W
typ. 200 W
460 VA
345 VA (560 µF)
1.0 ... 2.5 mm²
0.75 ... 1.5 mm²
unlimited
unlimited
max. 100 m
max. 100 m
1×lithium CR 2025
6.2 Troubleshooting
Device does not switch on
Cause 1: The ambient brightness is greater than the set brightness value.
Set brightness value.
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Cause 2: Device does not detect any motions.
Increase sensitivity.
Switch on all sensors.
Cause 3: Off for 2 hours or Continuous off is activated
Switch on automatic mode.
Device switches on without motions
Cause 1: Presence simulation is activated. Device switches at saved times.
Switch the presence simulation off.
Cause 2: Interference sources in the detection area.
Remove interference sources if possible.
Reduce sensitivity.
Limit detection area.
Device constantly switches on and off during motion
Cause 1: Short-time operation is switched on.
Set a longer run-on time.
Device switches off despite motion
Cause 1: The device does not detect any motion.
Increase sensitivity.
Cause 2: Detection area is limited because a sensor was switched off.
Switch on all sensors.
Cause 3: Detection area is limited by push-on cover.
Check the push-on cover.
Device does not switch off
Cause 1: Interference sources in the detection area, device detects motions constantly.
Remove interference sources if possible.
Reduce sensitivity.
Limit detection area.
Cause 2: On for 2 hours, Continuous on or On for 100 hours is activated.
Switch on automatic mode.
The device does not respond to IR remote control, red LED does not flash.
Cause 1: IR remote control out of range.
Go closer to the motion detector.
Cause 2: Battery in IR remote control is empty.
Change battery (see back of the IR remote control)
The device does not respond to IR remote control, red LED flashes, blue LED does not
Cause: Device is receiving an IR signal. Function or setting cannot be executed.
6.3 Accessories
IR remote control for electrician
Art. No. DWPMFBIRI
6.4 Warranty
The warranty is provided in accordance with statutory requirements via the specialist trade.
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ALBRECHT JUNG GMBH & CO. KG
Volmestraße 1
58579 Schalksmühle
GERMANY
Telefon: +49 2355 806-0
Telefax: +49 2355 806-204
kundencenter@jung.de
www.jung.de
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