ceiling mounted occupancy sensor installation guide

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OCCUPANCY
SENSOR
CEILING MOUNTED
INSTALLATION GUIDE
To provide coverage for very high ceilings, a wall sensor can be
incorporated in the plan for complete coverage.
xCella™
Installing
mounting
Use the light
test to plate.
measure real-time light levels and confirm
whether the occupancy sensor has sufficient light.
1. Create a realistic lighting condition (the test measures the
real-time light level).
vii. On the back of the ceiling
2. Press and
button
for 10 seconds.
tile, hold
twistthe
the Set
wires
together
••> Red
&
green
LEDs
will
blink
to confirm light test is active.
to hold the mounting plate
3. Watch securely.
the LED blink rate to determine the light strength.
••> The highest is 5 blinks which indicates very good light
(200 lux or more). 1 blink indicates minimum light (<25 lux).
estimated time: 20 minutes
The occupancy sensor can be mounted on most ceilings with
the provided screws, or mounted on dropped ceilings, using the
provided wire bracket.
NOTE: It is often easier to link the sensor before it is mounted
on the ceiling. Refer to the “Linking” section.
1. Decide where you want to install the occupancy sensor.
Tip: For visual alignment, orient the sensor parallel to one of
the walls.
A. Screw Mounting Plate to the Ceiling
Hold the mounting plate in place on the ceiling and
use a pencil to lightly mark two small dots for the
screw drill points.
LED Blink on Motion Transmision - Red LED under PIR lense
will blink whenever motion is transmitted (disabled by default).
ii. Drill two holes with a 3/16” drill bit and insert
the wall anchors.
••> To enable/disable - press and hold Menu button for
3 seconds (green Menu LED will blink once)
iii. Insert the first screw
loosely and level the
mounting plate.
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••> To enable/disable - press and hold Menu button for
5 seconds (both green and red LEDs will blink once)
5. Confirm the sensor is properly positioned to detect motion
-Enabled
= 3light
blinks
green
Menu
LED“Walk Test”
and has
sufficient
to from
operate
- refer
to the
-Disabled
3 blinks from red Set LED
and “Light
Test” =
sections.
Remove the ceiling tile where you want to
mount the sensor.
Supplemental
Linking Power (optional)
In areas
with compatible
consistentlydevices
low lighting,
prolonged
periods of
Two
or more
can beorlinked
and configured
darkness,
power
(CR2032)
or are
an auxilliary
VDC
to
provide battery
the desired
control.
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two basic3-5
types
of power source
be usedtransmitters
to supplement
solar energy harvester.
devices
in can
the system;
andthe
transceivers.
ii. Place the mounting plate squarely on the ceiling tile
and use the wire to mark two points for the holes.
iii. Punch two small holes
through the ceiling tile at
the marked points.
▪ Transmit-only:
Transmitters
simple energy-harvesting
1.
Remove the sensor
from theare
mounting
plate and identify the
devices
send
RFauxilliary
messages
to communicate
a condition,
battery that
holder
and
power
connector on
the circuit
level,
boardor state. Transmitters can only be linked to transceivers.
Examples > Rocker Switches, Occupancy Sensors
iv. Insert the wire bracket
through the two holes in
the mounting plate.
▪ Transmit & Receive: Transceivers are controlling devices
Make sure the ends are
roughly even.
Occupancy Sensor – Ceiling Mounted • Installation Guide
that send as well as receive RF messages. They also process
relevant control logic, and actuate the appropriate outputs
(switching a light on or off for example). Transceivers can be
linked with transmitters as well as other transceivers.
Examples > Relays, Dimmers, Gateways
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The Occupancy Sensor is a Transmit-only Device.
To link the occupancy sensor to a transceiver; the transceiver
must first be powered, within wireless range of the sensor, and
set to accepts links.
Next, the desired transmitter, or another transceiver, is triggered
to2.send
a special
message.
A. Insert
thelink
battery
underThe
theawaiting
clip withtransceiver
the positivereceives
pole (+)
vi.
On
the
front
of
the
ceiling
and
stores
the
link
permanently
so
the
devices
can interact to
Occupancy Sensor – Ceiling Mounted • Installation Guide up and press it in place
tile, flatten the wire bracket
provide a variety of intelligent control options.
so it is snug against the
B. Or
the
VDC + and
- leads into the appropriate
To3.Link
orinsert
Unlink
an3-5
Occupancy
Sensor
Light Test
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Use the light test to measure real-time light levels and confirm
1. Set the desired transceiver to the desired Link/Unlink mode.
4. (refer
Remount
the
sensorinstallation
on the mounting
whether the occupancy sensor has sufficient light.
to that
device’s
guide). plate.
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Lithonia Way
Conyers, GA
30012 Phone:
800.535.2465
www.acuitycontrols.com
© 2014-2015 Acuity Brands Lighting, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Create
realistic
lighting
condition
(the
test measures
the
real-time
light
level).
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2.
Click the Menu button on the
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be sent at 1 hr intervals with no motion (disabled by default).
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-Enabled = 3 blinks from green Menu LED
-Disabled = 3 blinks from red Set LED
iv. Insert the second screw
and then hand-tighten
the first screw.
v. Feed the wires through the
holes in the ceiling tile.
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Optional Settings
4. Attach the sensor to the mounting plate.
TwoWith
additional
settings
can be facing
configured
via button
presses
the 2-button
interface
you, slide
the sensor
to
which
may
be
useful
in
some
installations.
Note
that
these
the left on the mounting plate until it snaps into place.
settings consume additional energy and are not advisable for
low-light level installations:
3. Decide which of the two installation options is appropriate.
i.
1.4.
NOTE: If there is no blink rate, consider relocating the sensor or
installing a battery to provide supplemental power.
viii. Replace the ceiling tile.
2. Remove the mounting plate from the sensor.
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CEILING MOUNTED OCCUPANCY SENSOR
INSTALLATION GUIDE
PAIR & PLAY TECHNOLOGY
STEP 1: Enter pairing mode. Double tap the xCella Remote Module user button to enter Overide mode, then double tap again to
enter Pairing mode. The Remote Module LED will blink rapidly.
Remote Module
user button
Normal
Double tap
LED: 1/2 second blink
Override
Double tap
LED: 2 second blink
Pairing
LED: 1/4 second blink
Notes:
•
The relay blinks once after each pairing and twice after unpairing.
•
The Module stays in pairing mode for 30 seconds after each pairing is complete.
STEP 2: Send sensor pairing commands by pressing the menu (non-indented) button once1. The Remote Module’s relay will cycle
once (light fixtures blink) each time a switch or sensor is successfully paired.
Press Menu (non-indented)
button once
Sending the pairing command a second time will unpair the switch from the Remote Module. The relay will cycle twices after a
sensor or switch is unpaired.
STEP 3: Return to normal mode by double tapping the xCella Remote Module button once.
NOTES:
1. Up to 16 total switches and sensors can be paired to an xCella Remote Module.
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