Installation instructions

Installation instructions
Installation instructions
Please familiarise yourself with these
instructions before attempting to
install the sensor light since prolonged
reliable and trouble-free operation
will only be ensured if it is installed
properly.
We hope your new STEINEL infrared
sensor will bring you lasting pleasure.
Congratulations on purchasing your
new STEINEL infrared sensor and
thank you for the confidence you
have shown in us. You have chosen
a high-quality product that has been
manufactured, tested and packed
with the greatest care.
accordance with the applicable
national wiring regulations and
electrical operating conditions.
(k-VDE 0100, a-ÖVE/ÖNORM
E8001-1, h-SEV 1000).
■ Only use genuine replacement
parts.
■ Repairs must only be made by
specialised workshops.
Installation
System components
a Mini sensor
b Wall mount
c Designer trim
d Connection, concealed wiring
with load
e Connection, exposed wiring with
load
f Engagement lug for removing
sensor unit
g Time setting
h Twilight setting
i Programme setting
j Principle
k Adjusting the detection zone
l Manual override
m Sealing plug
Principle j
obstacles, such as walls or panes of
glass. Heat radiation of this type will,
therefore, not trigger the sensor. The
unit achieves a coverage angle of
360° with an aperture angle of 90°.
A sneak-by guard ensures coverage
below the sensor.
Important: The most reliable way
of detecting movement is to install
the infrared sensor so that it points
across the direction in which a
person would walk and by ensuring
that no obstacles (such as trees,
walls etc.) obstruct the line of vision.
Reach is restricted when you walk
straight towards the sensor.
The IS NM 360 combines timeless,
aesthetic design with practical
additional benefits. There are 4 sensor and NightMatic combinations
to choose from for automatically
switching light "ON" and "OFF" just
as you please.
The integrated high-performance
infrared sensor is equipped with a
double 360° sensor that detects the
invisible heat emitted by moving
objects (persons, animals etc.).
The heat detected in this way is
converted electronically into a signal
that switches the light on automatically. Heat is not detected through
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Safety warnings
■ During installation, the electric
power cable to be connected
must be voltage-free. Therefore,
switch "OFF" the power first and
use a voltage tester to make sure
the wiring is off circuit.
■ Installing this infrared sensor involves work on the mains voltage
supply. This work must therefore
be carried out by a specialist in
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Dear customer,
If you are in any doubt, identify the
conductors using a voltage tester;
then switch "OFF" the power again.
Connect phase conductor (L),
neutral conductor (N) and protective
earth conductor (PE) to the terminal
block. Getting the cable connections crossed will produce a short
circuit in the unit or in your fuse box.
In this case, you must identify the
individual cables and re-connect
them.
The site of installation should be at
least 50 cm away from another light
because heat radiated from it may
activate the system. To obtain the
specified reach of 8 m, the sensor
should be installed at a height of no
more than 2 m.
Connecting the mains and load
supply lead (see illustration)
The mains supply lead is a 3-core
cable.
L = phase conductor (usually black or brown )
N = neutral conductor
(usually blue)
PE= protective-earth conductor (green/yellow)
Note: A mains switch for switching
the unit "ON" and "OFF" may of
course be installed in the mains supply lead. A mains switch is required
for the manual override function (see
Manual override function l).
Adjusting the detection zone k
nally, e.g. by cars, passers-by etc.,
and allows you to target danger
spots. The shrouds and film covers
can be cut along the pre-grooved
divisions. Then you simply clip
them onto the lens.
The detection zone can be limited
to suit requirements. The shrouds
supplied with the unit can be used
to mask out as many lens segments
as you wish. This prevents the light
from being activated unintentio-
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Functions g, h , i
Manual override
1) Activate manual override:
Turn switch "OFF" and "ON" once.
The light is set to stay on for 4 hours
(red LED lights up behind lens).
Then it returns automatically to sensor mode (red LED off).
2) Deactivate manual override:
Switch "OFF" and "ON" once. The
light goes out or switches to sensor
mode.
Sensor operation
1) Switch light "ON"
(when light is"OFF"):
Turn switch "OFF" and "ON" once.
Light stays "ON" for the period
selected.
2) Switch light "OFF"
(when light is "ON"):
Turn switch "OFF" and "ON" once.
The light goes out or switches to
sensor mode.
Important:
The switch should be actuated in
rapid succession (in the 0.5 –1 sec.
range).
Twilight setting
(response threshold)
h (factory setting:
daylight operation
2000 lux)
The sensor's response threshold can
be infinitely varied from 2 – 2000 lux.
Control dial set to
= daylight operation at approx. 2000 lux.
Control dial set to = night-time
operation at approx. 2 lux.
2 - 2000 lux
To adjust the detection zone in daylight, the control dial must be set to
(daylight operation).
Programme setting
i (factory setting:
programme 1)
Comfort programme 3 evening/morning
● Sensor "ON" for approx. 2 hours as
from the selected twilight setting,
followed by normal sensor mode
and, once again, approx. 2 hours of
constant light as from the twilight
setting at dawn
Functions g, h , i
engagement lug f with a flat-bladed
screwdriver, the sensor unit can be
removed for ease of setting. The
IS NM 360 and connected light
switch to permanent light "ON".
Switch-off delay
(time setting) g
(factory setting: 5 sec.)
Light "ON" time can be adjusted
continuously from 5 sec. to 15 min.
Control dial set to – = shortest time
(5 sec.)
Control dial set to + = longest time
(15 min.)
5 sec. – 15 min.
When setting the detection zone, it is
recommended to select the shortest
time –.
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Standard programme 1
● Sensor "ON" only in response to
movement as from the selected
light threshold setting
Comfort programme 2 - evening
● Sensor "ON" for approx. 2 hours as
from the selected twilight setting,
followed by normal sensor mode (4)
2 - 2000 lux
Once installed, the sensor can be
put into operation. Control dials
are provided on the sensor unit for
selecting time, twilight and programme settings. After pressing the
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Permanent light function l
If a mains switch is installed in
the mains supply lead, the light is
capable of the following functions
in addition to the simple "ON/OFF"
function:
Comfort programme 4 - midnight*
"ON" to the middle of the
night* as from the selected twilight
setting, followed by standard
programme
● Sensor
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ote on comfort programme 4 midnight
throughout the night. Values remain
saved even in the event of mains
power failure. We recommend not
to interrupt the power supply in
programme 4 . As the values are
determined over several nights, the
connected load should, in the event
of any fault, be observed over several
nights to ascertain whether the switchoff time moves towards midnight.
The sensor contains no integrated
clock, the middle of the night is
determined by the length of the dark
phases. To work perfectly, therefore,
it is important for the connected
load to be permanently supplied
with power during this period. During the first night (calibration phase)
basic brightness remains activated
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Troubleshooting
Cause Remedy
Sensor without power
■ Fuse faulty, not
switched "ON",
break in wiring
■ Fit new fuse; switch
"ON" mains switch;
check wiring with
voltage tester
■ Check connections
■ Short circuit
Sensor will not switch
"ON"
■ Twilight control set
to night-time mode
during daytime
operation
■ Bulb faulty
■ Mains switch "OFF"
■ Fuse faulty
■ Detection zone not
properly targeted
■ Internal electrical fuse has been
activated (red LED
flashing rapidly)
■Re-adjust
(control h)
■ Change bulb
■ Switch "ON"
■ Renew fuse,
check connection
if necessary
■Re-adjust
■ Switch sensor
"OFF" and "ON"
again after approx.
5 sec.
Sensor will not
switch "OFF"
■ Continued movement in detection
zone
■ Sensor unit is not
properly engaged
■ Check detection
zone and re-adjust
if necessary
■ Lightly press sensor
unit to clip it into
place
Sensor doe not switch
"OFF" at around
midnight
■ External light
source (e.g. another
motion detector or
light) inactivating
the sensor
■ Shade sensor from
extraneous light, observe sensor for
several days as it
takes time to return
to the correct value
Sensor reach has
changed
■ Differing ambient
temperatures
■ Use shrouds to
define detection
zone precisely
Red LED flashing
rapidly
■ Internal fuse
activated
■ Switch light "OFF"
and "ON" again
after 5 sec.
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Malfunction
Sensor responds when
it should not
Cause ■ Wind is moving
trees and bushes in
the detection zone
■ Cars in the street
are being detected
■ Sudden change in
temperature due
to weather (wind,
rain, snow) or air
expelled from fans,
open windows
Remedy
■ Change zone
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Troubleshooting
Malfunction
■ Change zone
■ Adjust detection
zone or change site
of installation
Technical specifications
Output:
Voltage:
Angle of coverage:
Sensor reach:
Time setting:
Twilight setting:
Programme setting:
requirements
ON time:
Enclosure:
Temperature range:
*1)
Filament bulbs, 1000 W max., operating on 230 V AC
Fluorescent lamp, 500 W max., at cos j = 0.5,
inductive load at 230 V AC
6 x 58 W each max., C ≤ 132 µF
operating on 230 V AC *1)
230 – 240 V, 50/60 Hz
360° with 90° angle of aperture and
sneak-by guard
8 m max. all round (mounted at a height of 1.75 – 2 m)
5 sec. – 15 min.
2 – 2000 lux
4 function programmes geared to practical selectable (4 hours) provided Switch in
mains power supply lead
IP 54
-20 °C to +50 °C
Fluorescent lamps, low-energy bulbs, LED lights with electronic ballast (total capacity
of all connected ballasts below the value specified).
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