Sure-Lites IB505007EN SEL SD With Remote Capacity INS

Sure-Lites IB505007EN SEL SD With Remote Capacity INS
Sure-Lites
IB505007EN049-264
Installation Instructions for the Sure-Lites SEL Emergency Lights with Self-Diagnostics and Remote Capacity
WARNING
WARNING
Risk of Fire/Electric Shock
If not qualified, consult an electrician.
Risk of Electric Shock
Disconnect power at fuse or circuit breaker before
installing or servicing.
Important Safeguards
INSTALLATION
WHEN USING ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT, BASIC SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS SHOULD ALWAYS BE OBSERVED INCLUDING
THE FOLLOWING.
1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
2. Do not use outdoors.
3. Do not use in hazardous locations, or near gas or electric
heaters.
4. Do not let power supply cords touch hot surfaces.
5. Use caution when servicing batteries. Battery acid can
cause burns to skin and eyes. If acid is spilled on skin or in
eyes, flush acid with fresh water and contact a physician
immediately.
6. Do not use this equipment for other than the intended use.
7. Installation is to be performed only by qualified personnel.
8. Install in accordance with National Electric Code and local
regulatory agency requirements.
9. The use of accessory equipment not recommended by the
manufacturer may cause an unsafe condition.
10. Equipment should be mounted in locations and at heights
where it will not readily be subjected to tampering by
unauthorized personnel.
11. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
MAX MOUNTING HEIGHT:
17.24 FT for SEL25 models
25.39 FT for SEL50 models
27.6 FT for SEL60 models
1. De-energize the circuit at the junction box (J-box) where
the emergency light is to be installed.
2. Open the emergency light by inserting a screwdriver in the
two slots at the bottom of the unit, then tipping the cover
up off of the backplate.
3. To mount to a junction box - Drill out the appropriate
mounting pattern and the wire pass hole in the backplate
to fit the J-box being used.
4. To mount to conduit – Cut out the U shaped knockout on
the cover using snips, then attach the ½” conduit hub to
the backplate
5. Once the backplate is secured, the housing can be held in
place during installation using the EZ Hang feature. (see
Fig. 1)
6. Connect the incoming wires to the fixture’s power supply
wires using the wire nuts provided. Connect the white
wire to neutral. If using 120V, connect the black wire to
the hot lead. If using 277V, connect the orange wire to the
hot lead. Cap the unused lead. Secure the emergency light
to the wall and/or junction box using installer supplied
hardware.
7. Connect the battery to the PCB. See schematic for detail.
8. Snap the cover onto the backplate.
9. Energize AC supply. The test button should illuminate, and
LED heads will illuminate briefly when the test button is
pushed.
10. If the unit has remote capacity, LED remotes can be
connected using the violet (+) and yellow (-) wires. See schematic.
11. Adjust the heads as needed.
12. If the fixture is to be powered down for an extended
period after initial installation, replace the EZ Key. This
will prevent the battery from discharging when AC power
is removed. However, it will also prevent the battery
from charging when AC power is restored, so it must be
removed once the unit is ready for regular operation.
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Figure 1
• 30 Second Test -Press and release the test button once during
float charge (steady green). The indicator LED will turn steady
yellow to indicate the unit is performing a 30 second test of the
batteries and lamps/LEDs.
Slide snaps through holes
in housing for temporary
mount when wiring.
• 90 Minute Test -Press and release the test button a second time
during a 30 second test (steady yellow) to change to a 90 minute
test. During this test, the LED indicator will change to blinking
yellow, and the circuit will perform a full battery capacity, charge
circuit, and LED test.
• Canceling Test – Press and release the test button during the 90
minute test (flashing yellow) to return the fixture to its original
state (fast charge or float charge).
Laser Test
The SEL-SD series is equipped with a Laser Test function, that
allows the unit to be manually tested without the need to physically
press the test button. Shining a laser pointer in the hole marked
“LASER TEST” on the bottom of the unit has the same effect as a
press and release of the test button.
ACTIVATING TIME DELAY
Clearing Failure Codes
The SEL-SD series has an integrated time delay circuit that
allows them to remain in emergency mode 15 minutes after
power is restored. To activate the time delay, remove the
jumper on the circuit board labeled TDI/J1.
• A battery failure (LED two blink red) can be cleared by replacing
the battery. Disconnecting the battery and AC power, or performing a full 90 minute discharge, will reset the error code, however,
it will return if the battery is faulty.
OPERATION
• Charge Circuit (LED three blink red) and lamp/LED failure (LED
four blink red) will clear when the unit successfully passes a
manual or automatic 30 second test.
The Sure-Lites Eagle Eye Self Diagnostics is continuously
monitoring your emergency fixture, and will signal any failure
through the 3 color indicator LED.
Indicators
Initial Operation:
When the unit is first powered up, it will go into a 24 hour fast
charge, indicated by the indicator LED pulsing green. Once the unit
has fully charged, it will perform a self calibration, after which the
LED will change to steady green, indicating the unit is fully charged
and float charging the battery to maintain readiness.
• LED Steady Green -Unit is fully charged and is float charging the
battery to maintain readiness.
Automatic Testing:
The unit will perform a battery capacity, lamp/LED, and charge circuit test every 30 days for 30 seconds. During this time, the indicator LED will change to a steady yellow. It will perform a full battery
capacity (90 minute) test once per year. During this time, the indicator LED will change to a blinking yellow.
• LED Three Blink Red -Battery charge circuit has failed. See
“Clearing Failure Codes” above.
Manual Testing:
• 10 Second “Installation” test – Press and release the test button
once during fast charge (blinking green) to initiate a 10 second
quick test. The sign will switch to emergency mode for 10 seconds allowing the installer to verify proper installation of the unit,
and the LED indicator will turn solid yellow.
• LED Steady Yellow -30 second test or 10 second quick test (Fast
Charge only).
2
• LED Off -No power to unit, emergency mode.
• LED Green Pulse -Unit is in a 24 hour fast charge of the battery.
• LED Two Blink Red -Battery has failed a capacity test, or the battery is disconnected. See “Clearing Failure Codes” above.
• LED Four Blink Red -Lamps have burned out, or on an EXIT/
Combo, 50% or more of the LEDs have failed. See “Clearing
Failure Codes” above.
• LED Blinking Yellow -90 minute test
SEL-SD Emergency Lights with Self-Diagnostic and Remote Capacity Installation Instructions
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WARRANTIES AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
MAINTENANCE
Please refer to www.eaton.com/LightingWarrantyTerms for our
terms and conditions.
None required. Replace the batteries as needed according
to ambient conditions. However, we recommend that the
equipment be tested regularly in accordance with local codes.
NOTE: Servicing of any parts should be performed by qualified
personnel. Only use replacement parts supplied by Eaton’s
Cooper Lighting business.
CAUTION: This equipment is furnished with a sophisticated low
voltage battery dropout circuit to protect the battery from over
discharge after its useful output has been used. Allow 24 hours
recharge time after installation or power failure for 90 minute
testing.
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
If LED heads or charge indicator LED does not illuminate, check
the following:
1. Check AC supply – verify that unit has 24 hour AC supply.
2. Unit is shorted or battery is not connected.
3. Battery discharged. Permit unit to charge for 24 hours and
then re-test.
4. If following the above trouble shooting hints does not
solve your problem, contact your local Cooper Lighting
representative for assistance.
SCHEMATICS
Remote Heads if
Applicable
Remote Heads if
Applicable
J1
TDI
JK4
CN4
ICSP
JK5
JP9
JP8
JP10
JK3
JK2
C6
120
N
R9
JP3
MOV2
CN5
BATT
JP2
F1
LED1
PR1
Base Heads Mounted on Fixture
SURE-LITES
OFF - EMERGENCY
MODE / POWER OFF
STEADY BLINK
GREEN - FAST
CHARGE
STEADY GREEN FULL / FLOAT
CHARGE
STEADY YELLOW QUICK TEST
MOV1
SW1
ORANGE - 277VAC
BLACK - 120VAC
WHITE - NEUTRAL
D5
JP1
F2
JP11
R19
CN1
Q5
Q2
D5
277
JP5
JP4
LAMPS
CN2
C7
RMT
+
R18
C9
SEL with Remote Capacity and Base Heads
+
-
+
PR1
-
Time Delay Jumper
+
-
JP7
C8
JP6
JK1
277
MOV1
SW1
ORANGE - 277VAC
BLACK - 120VAC
WHITE - NEUTRAL
JP1
F2
120
N
R9
JP11
CN3
F1
LED1
+
LAMPS
MOV2
CN5
BATT
JP2
CN1
R19
JK1
Q5
Q2
JP3
c
CN3
C6
JP5
JP4
+
CN2
J1
JK4
TDI
ICSP
C7
RMT
+
R18
+
-
+
-
JK3
JK2
-
Time Delay Jumper
+
-
JP7
C8
JP6
+
+
JP10
-
+
Battery
CN4
c
JP9
+
JP8
JK5
Battery
C9
Higher Power Heads Mounted on Fixture
SEL with Remote Capacity and Higher Power Heads
STEADY BLINK YELLOW
- 90 MINUTE TEST
2 BLINK RED BATTERY FAILURE
3 BLINK RED - CHARGE
CIRCUIT FAILURE
4 BLINK RED - LAMP/
LED FAILURE
SEL-SD Emergency Lights with Self-Diagnostic and Remote Capacity Installation Instructions
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