Installation Guide PART NO. WORSI32-P-N standard lens, PIR, 347Vac, 2-pole, photo sensor WORXI32-P-N extended range lens, PIR, 347Vac, 2-pole, photo sensor Diversa Line Voltage Occupancy Passive&Infrared Vacancy(PIR) Sensors Occupancy - Recessed / Vacancy Ceiling,Sensor Passive Infrared (PIR), 347Vac Installation FEATURES Wiring • Commercial grade components for long term reliability Diversa 347Vac sensors include #14AWG wiring leads. Use appropriate sized wire nuts for connecting wires. • Straightforward wiring for quick installation CAUTION: Turn power oﬀ at the circuit breaker before working on sensor. According to NEC 240-83(d), if the branch circuit breaker is used as the main switch for a fluorescent lighting circuit, the circuit breaker should be marked SWD. All installations should be in compliance with National Electric Code (NEC) and all state, provincial, federal, and local codes. • Factory configured for the most common applications • DIP switches and dials for advanced functionality Instructions Black Operation Black/White Diversa 347Vac sensors draw control power directly from the lighting circuit they are intended to control. When in operation the sensor will detect initial motion using Passive Infrared (PIR); once motion is detected, the internal contact will close. Motion through PIR is used to maintain the occupied condition as long as occupants remain within coverage range of Sensor. DIP Switches =T est M e Auto Time LED Power • 347Vac • 60Hz Neutral Load Switch Blue 7 ft 0 ft Line 7 ft Blue/White Switch Load Neutral 14 ft Side View 9 ft White • Ensure that the sensor is at least 30 inches away from air handlers/registers and not pointed directly at windows • Check that you are installing the right product (check the product model number) as per the drawings od SPECIFICATIONS 14 ft To optimize the performance of Diversa Sensors, please review the coverage pattern, range, and model to match with the application. Room dynamics will change when people and furniture are occupying the space. In some rooms, after move in, some sensors may require adjustments. (Shown with cover plate removed) Photo Level Dial Used to determine light level for Photo Functions Top View Sensor Location Guidelines Test Mode LED ON Installing in Smaller Room (Standard Lens) • Locate the sensor near the entrance door wall to prevent it from viewing out into the hallway. • Positioning the sensor in this manner ensures that an occupant moves across the longest detection beam upon entrance, utilizing the sensor's maximum PIR range. • Optimal usage is to detect small motions such as hand movements • Designed for a mounting height of 7-15 ft 2-pole No Neutral • Photo Sensor for Natural Daylight control Line Manual Override Button 14040700-C Sensor Location Guidelines for “P” models • • • • • Time Delay Dial Ranges from 30s to 30 min. Full turn Clockwise for Auto Time Full turn Counterclockwise for Test Mode Place outside the direct cone of light from fixtures Between 3 to 12 feet from windows As close as possible to the fixture being controlled Above the least illuminated space in the work area Away from lighting that is not being controlled by the sensor Typical Enclosed Office 0 ft 14 ’ 12 ’ 10 ’ 6’ 3’ 0’ 3’ 6’ 10 ’ 12 ’ 14 ’ Extended Lens for Larger Rooms • Place the sensor near the center of the room ceiling. Locate it so the approximate distance of 27ft in or in dead center of room. • Tilt the lens to aim the detection zone to the bottom of the door. • Positioning the sensor in this manner ensures that the beam does not reach outside the room without reducing sensitivity. • Optimal usage is to detect large motions such as walking. • Designed for a mounting height of 7-15ft. Top View DIMENSIONS/MOUNTING inches (mm) 27ft 27 ft C 14 ft 27ft • Unit attaches to mounting ring with 0 ft screws or it can be mounted into an octogan box. 14 ft Ceiling tile Contact Ratings • 347Vac - 800W Power Consumption • 5.7mA 0.88” (2 2 ) Typical Classroom DIPs and Dials under cover plate 4.17” (106) 3 0 ° Tilt • The WOR sensor will fit an octagon box. It is very important that conduits be attached at opposite ends of the box. Conduit Octagon Box • Use a 2 1/8 ” or more, deep box. If the box is less, use the spacer ring. Diversa by Douglas Lighting Controls 27 ft Side View 9 ft 2.0” (52) Approvals • Certified to UL 508, UL244A, CSA C22.2 #14 Environment • Indoors, stationary, non-vibrating, non-corrosive atmosphere an non-condensing humidity • Ambient Operating Temperature: 32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C) • Storage Temperature: -14°F to 140°F (-25°C to 60°C) Mounting ring Wire www.douglaslightingcontrols.com 0 ft 27 ’ 16 ’ 9’ 3’ 0’ 3’ 9’ 16 ’ 27 ’ Installation Guide Diversa Line Voltage Occupancy Passive&Infrared Vacancy(PIR) Sensors Occupancy - Recessed / Vacancy Ceiling,Sensor Passive Infrared (PIR), 347Vac General Programming Instructions This covers mode programming using the onboard DIP and Dial switches. Factory Defaults All DIP switches in DOWN position. Time delay: 10 minutes; Natural Daylight level: 50% (200 lux). DIP Switch Modes Troubleshooting DIP 1 - PIR Detection LED Before calling Technical Support, please review the following Troubleshooting Guide. LED in Sensor’s PIR window flashes GREEN when PIR detects motion. LEDs can be turned OFF with DIP switch. Sensor continues to function. DIP 2 - Walk-Through Mode ***NOTE*** Diversa Occupancy Sensors with a “P” in the model number contain a Photo Sensor that is controlled by DIP 6. The factory default for Natural Daylight Mode = ENABLED (DIP 6 DOWN). This mode disables the Manual Override Button. To test sensor functionality, you may need to disable Natural Daylight Mode (DIP 6 UP) to test sensor functionality. 14040700-B Issue When Enabled and Occupancy switches lights to ON and sensor does not detect motion after 30 seconds of light ON, an OFF Time Delay of 3 minutes is used (OFF Time Delay must be greater than 3 minutes). If motion is detected after 30 seconds of lights ON, the configured OFF Time Delay is followed. DIP Switches & Dial Settings 1 Function PIR LED UP DOWN Default Disabled Enabled DOWN 2 Walk-Through Mode Enabled Disabled DOWN 3 Manual Override Disabled Enabled DOWN 4 Sensor Mode Manual ON (Vacancy) Auto ON (Occupancy) DOWN 5 PIR Sensitivity High Medium DOWN 6 Natural Daylight Mode (”P” Models) Disabled Enabled DOWN Inactive Inactive DOWN 7 8 Sensor is set to Manual ON Mode. Check DIP 4. Move DOWN for Auto ON. Sensor is set to Natural Daylight Mode (Photo Inhibit) and Suﬃcient Natural Light is Present. This only applies to Photo Sensor (”P”) models. Check DIP 6. If DOWN, sensor is in Natural Daylight Mode, therefore lights will only turn ON if there is insuﬃcient natural daylight. Rotate the Light Level Dial clockwise pressing the Manual Override Button until the Lights turn ON. Natural Daylight mode can be disabled by moving DIP 6 UP. DIP 4 - Sensor Mode Vacancy Mode - Lights must be turned ON manually when entering a room and are automatically turned OFF when occupancy no longer detected. Maximizes energy savings because lights are only turned on when lighting is required. Lights will not turn ON automatically Occupancy Mode - Automatically turns lights ON when occupancy is detected in a room and automatically turns lights OFF when occupancy is no longer detected. This is a very convenient mode as lighting controls never have to be touched. Because lights are always turned on when Occupancy is detected regardless of the need for lighting, this is less energy eﬃcient than Vacancy Mode. Manual Override Button was used to turn lights OFF. Check the wiring diagram. Ensure ground is connected. With DIP 1 DOWN, check for motion detection by waving hand in front of sensor lens. Activation LED will blinnk green. Sensor is set to Natural Daylight Mode (Photo Lights will not turn Inhibit) and Suﬃcient Natural Light is present. This only applies to Photo Sensor “P” models. Check DIP 6. If DOWN, sensor is in Natural Daylight Mode; therefore, lights will only turn ON if there is insuﬃcient natural daylight. Rotate the Light Level Dial clockwise pressing the Manual Override Button until the lights turn ON. Natural Daylight mode can be disabled by moving DIP 6 UP. Power has been interrupted connection is intermittent. Can be moved from Medium sensitivity (default) to High sensitivity if sensor is not recognizing Occupancy. DIP 6 - Natural Daylight Mode (”P” models) or When ENABLED, lights ON when Occupancy detected AND daylight level is below Light Level Dial setting. With lights ON, an increase in daylight above the Light Level Dial setting will not force lights OFF. DIP 7 - Not Used DIP 8 - Restroom Mode (2-pole models) Pole 1 and Pole 2 are set to synchronize to the same Photo and Time Delay settings. With Restroom Mode = Oﬀset, Pole 2 will activate at the same moment as Pole 1 when Occupancy detected; however, Pole 2 will be oﬀset so that OFF delayed 50% longer than Pole 1. (e.g. Light is Pole 1 and Fan is Pole 2. Fan would stay ON 50% longer than light). ON Manually Auto Time Mode Activated when Time Delay Dial is set to Auto Time. Red LED indicator will be ON. In this mode, time delay will start automatically set by the sensor learning occupancy patterns. Power has been interrupted connection is intermittent. or wiring Test Mode Not used Restroom Mode (2-pole models) Oﬀset Synchronized Activated when Time Delay Dial is set to TEST. Test Mode LED will flash red for 5 minutes, providing a short Time Delay when testing the installation to determine if the sensor is working as intended or requires adjustments. After 5 minutes, LED will stop flashing and Time Delay reverts to Factory Time Delay setting (10 minutes). Sensor is in Auto Time Mode. DOWN Wait for OFF Time Delay to count down, then with motion detected lights will turn ON. Manual Override Button can be disabled by moving DIP 3 UP. wiring DIP 5 - PIR Sensitivity Some DIP Switches C ontrol Optional Features Not Found on All Products DIP # Recommended Solution DIP 3 - Manual Override Manual Override Button can be disabled with DIP switch to prevent manual ON/OFF. • Start with the PIR Sensitivity at Medium (DIP 5 DOWN) • To set the light level at which you want to prevent the sensor from turning light ON, rotate Light Level Dial to adjust the light level • To enable Restroom Mode , ensure that DIP 8 is UP. In this mode Pole 2 will remain on 50% longer than Pole 1 (time is set with the Time Dial) and Pole 2 cannot be Photo Inhibited Possible Cause Lights will not turn Check the wiring diagram. Ensure ground is connected. With DIP 1 DOWN, check for motion detection by waving hand in front of sensor lens. Activation LED will blinnk green. If the Sensor is in AUTO Mode, it may take longer than expected to turn the lights oﬀ. Set the Time Delay to 5 minutes and leave space to determine if the Sensor is functioining. The maximum Time Delay is 30 minutes. OFF automatically Sensor may be detecting heat from HVAC registers or Sensor is being activated by a heat source other than occupant. Factory DIP & Dial Settings other heat sources. Check Installation location for heat source. Reduce PIR sensitivity by moving DIP 5 DOWN. Move sensor location – see guidelines. UP Lights will not turn DOWN OFF Manually 1 2 3 4 5 Diversa by Douglas Lighting Controls 8 Test Mode LED 10 5 Hi 7 Time Delay Dial Light Level Dial Photo Sensor “P” models only Lo 6 20 1 30 TEST (=LED ON) Auto Time www.douglaslightingcontrols.com Manual Override Button has been disabled. Move DIP 3 DOWN to enable Manual Override Button.
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