ONW-P – NeoSwitch PIR Low Voltage Wall

ONW-P – NeoSwitch PIR Low Voltage Wall
Technical Data
Effective November 4, 2014
ONW-P – NeoSwitch PIR Low Voltage
Wall Switch Sensor
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Overview
The Passive Infrared Low Voltage Occupancy Sensing Wall Switch
is a motion sensing lighting control and that is used to for energy
savings and convenience. Low Voltage sensors utilize an isolated
Form C relay that integrates directly with lighting control, building,
and HVAC systems. Low voltage switches do not require conduit in
most markets thus lowering installation costs.
Features
Selectable built-in light level sensor
NEMA WD7 Guide robotic method utilized to verify coverage
patterns
Tracking/HVAC Mode
PIR
Activated
Self-Adjusting
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ONW-P – NeoSwitch PIR Low Voltage Wall Switch Sensor


Specifications
Technology
Electrical
Ratings
Isolated Form C
Relay Ratings
Time Delays
Coverage
Light Level
Sensing
Operating
Environment
Housing
Size
LED Indicators
Standards
Passive Infrared (PIR)
Input:
10-30 VDC from Greengate Switchpack or
Greengate system. Maximum current needed is
25mA per sensor
Output:
Open collector output can switch up to ten
Greengate Switchpacks
1A 30 VDC/VAC
Self-Adjusting, 15 seconds/test (10 min. Auto),
Selectable 5, 15, 30 minutes
Major motion - 36’ x 30’
Minor motion - 20’ x 16’
0 to 200 foot-candles
Temperature: 32°F - 104°F (0°C - 40°C)
Relative humidity: 20% to 90% non-condensing
For indoor use only
Durable, injection molded housing. ABS resin
complies with UL 94V-0
Mounting Plate/Strap Dimensions:
4.195”H x 1.732”W (106.55mm x 44mm)
Product Housing Dimensions:
2.618”H x 1.752”W x 1.9”D (66.5mm x 44.5mm
48.26mm)
Red LED for PIR detection; Green LED acts as
EcoMeter or night light locator
FCC Compliant
cULus Listed
RoHS Compliant
Operation
The ONW-P-1001-SP is designed to detect motion from a heatemitting source (such as a person entering a room) within its
field-of-view and automatically switch lights on. These sensors
have multi-segmented lenses. For units to sense motion, the
person must cross between two segments. The distance between
segments increases the farther you are from the sensor, so motion
has to be larger the farther you are from the unit. PIR sensors are
considered line-of-sight sensors, meaning that the sensor must be
able to have a direct line-of-sight to the person making the motion.
In Automatic On Mode, the lights turn ON when a person enters
the room. In Manual On Mode, the lights are turned ON by pressing
the universally recognized light icon pushbutton. The sensor includes
self-adaptive technology that continuously self-adjusts sensitivity and
time delay in real-time, maximizing the potential energy savings that
are available in the particular application. The EcoMeter provides a
visual indicator of energy usage, increasing end user awareness and
reminding individuals to take control of their lighting to maximize
energy savings. HVAC mode allows the load connected to the Form
C BAS relay to remain on when the lights are turned OFF manually.
Applications may include keeping the room at a desired temperature
while giving a presentation and the lights are OFF.
Applications
Private Offices
Small Conference Rooms
Lunch/Break Rooms
Small Classrooms
Small Restrooms (No Stalls)
Small Lounges
Small Waiting Rooms
Small Closets
Small Storage Areas
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Wiring Diagrams
Low Voltage Wiring Diagram
HOT
LINE
WHITE
USE BLACK LEAD FOR 120 VAC.
USE ORANGE LEAD FOR 277 VAC.
CAP UNUSED LEAD.
HOT
NEUTRAL
LOAD
BLUE
ORANGE (N.O.)
RED (10-30 VDC)
GRAY (COMMON)
BLUE (CONTROL)
PURPLE (N.C.)
BLACK (COMMON)
BLACK
BLUE
RED
BLUE
Coverage
36’
20’
Minor Motion, IR
Major Motion, IR
15’
8’
Maximum coverage area may
vary somewhat according to room
shape and the presence of obstacles.
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Controls
DIP Switch Legend
Time Delay
Red (PIR)
Detection LEDs
PIR Lens
Isolated Relay
PIR Sensitivity Walk-Through Mode
Override
EcoMeter
Relay 1
1
2
Auto*
5 Minutes
Auto
Tracking
Full
Disable
Enable
Disable
Manual
HVAC
50%
Enable
Disable
Enable
15 Minutes
30 Minutes
*Self-Adjusts to
10 min. user mode
Daylight
Sensor Level
Adjustment
Activation
DIP Switch
3
4
5
6
7
8
Default =
DIP Switches
1
ON/OFF Button
Ordering
*One single gang wallplate included.
Catalog #
Ratings
Coverage
ONW-P-1001-SP-*
(* - W, V, LA, G, B)
10-30 VDC Input
with isolated Form C relay
180°; 1000 sq. ft.
* White, Ivory, Light Almond, Gray, Black
NNote: Not all colors are available in stock and some color options may have extended lead times.
Eaton
1000 Eaton Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44122
United States
Eaton.com
Eaton’s Cooper Controls Business
203 Cooper Circle
Peachtree City, GA 30269
coopercontrol.com
© 2014 Eaton
All Rights Reserved
Printed in USA
Publication No. ACC140991
November 4, 2014
Eaton is a registered trademark.
All other trademarks are property
of their respective owners.
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