2025 Lavoisier, #135 Quebec, Quebec G1N 4L6 T

2025 Lavoisier, #135 Quebec, Quebec G1N 4L6 T
TM
2025 Lavoisier, #135
Quebec, Quebec G1N 4L6
T. 418 681-9590 • 1 800 681-9590
F. 418 681-7393
E. [email protected]
cristalcontrols.com
TM
Index
Quick Selection.....................................................................................................................................................3-4
Which Technology to use.......................................................................................................................................4
Retrofit Ceiling Occupancy Sensor.....................................................................................................................5
Low Voltage Ceiling Occupancy Sensor..........................................................................................................10
Line Voltage Ceiling Occupancy Sensor .........................................................................................................16
Line Voltage Ceiling Occupancy Sensor, 347VAC ...................................................................................... 22
Retrofit Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor .........................................................................................................27
Low Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor............................................................................................... 32
Low Voltage Wall Mount Occupancy Sensor................................................................................................ 38
Line Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor................................................................................................ 43
Line Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor, 347V...................................................................................48
1-Pole Power Pack (120-277-1).........................................................................................................................53
1-Pole Power Pack (347-1)................................................................................................................................. 56
2-Pole Power Pack (120-277-1)....................................................................................................................... 59
Sensor Settings...................................................................................................................................................... 62
Warranty...................................................................................................................................................................64
2025 Lavoisier, #135
Quebec, Quebec G1N 4L6
T. 418 681-9590 • 1 800 681-9590
F. 418 681-7393
[email protected]
cristalcontrols.com
TM
Quick Selection Chart
CEILING LOW VOLTAGE
PAGE
CCORSDD1-N-N
(Retrofit Applications Only)
Ceiling Recessed, Std Lens, Dual Tech, 24V, 1P
3
CCORSDD1-R-N
Ceiling Recessed, Std Lens, Dual, 24V, 1P, Rly
3
CCORSDD2-N-N
Ceiling Recessed, Std Lens, Dual Tech, 24V, 2 Pole
8
CCORSDD2-R-N
Ceiling Recessed, Std Lens,Dual Tech, 24V, 2 Pole, Rly
8
CCORXDD2-PR-N
Ceiling Recessed, Ext Lens, Dual Tech, 24V, 2P, Ph, Rly
8
CCORSDD2-DPR-L
Ceiling Rec, Std Lens, Dual Tech, 24V, 2P, Dim, Ph, Rly, LT
8
CCORXDD2-DPR-L
Ceiling Rec, Ext Lens, Dual Tech, 24V, 2P, Dim, Ph, Rly, LT
8
CEILING LINE VOLTAGE
PAGE
CCORBIU2-P-N
Ceiling Recessed, High Bay, PIR, 120/277, 2P, Photo
14
CCORSDU1-P-N
Ceiling Recessed, Std Lens,Dual Tech, 120/277, 1P, Photo
14
CCORSDU2-P-N
Ceiling Recessed, Std Lens, Dual Tech, 120/277, 2P, Photo
14
CCORXDU2-P-L
Ceiling Recessed, Ext. Lens, Dual Tech, 120/277, 2P, Photo
14
CCORSD31-P-N
Ceiling Recessed, Std Lens, Dual Tech, 347, 1P, Photo
20
CCORSD32-P-N
Ceiling Recessed, Std Lens, Dual Tech, 347, 2P, Photo
20
CCORXD32-P-N
Ceiling Recessed, Ext. Lens, Dual Tech, 347, 2P, Photo
20
WALL SWITCHES LOW VOLTAGE
PAGE
CCOSSDD1-P-VW (Retrofit
Applications Only)
Switch Mt Sensor, Dual Tech, 24V, 1P, Photo, Vandal, White
25
CCOSSDD2-P-VW
Switch Mt Sensor, Dual Tech, 24V, 2P, Photo, Vandal, White
30
CCOSSDD2-DPR-VW
Switch Mt Sensor, Dual Tech, 24V, 2P, Dim, Ph, Rly, Vandal, W
30
WALL MOUNT (Corner, aisles etc…)
PAGE
CCOWCDD2-R-N
Wall Mount Sensor, Corner Lens, Dual Tech, 24V, 2P, Rly
36
CCOWLDD2-R-N
Wall Mount Sensor, Large Area Lens, Dual Tech, 24V, 2P, Rly
36
CCOWCDD2-DPR-N
Wall Mt Sensor, Corner Lens, Dual Tech, 24V, 2P, Dim, Ph, Rly
36
3
TM
Quick Selection Chart &
Which Technology to use
Technical Data
WALL SWITCHES LINE VOLTAGE
PAGE
CCOSSDU1-P-VW
Switch Mt Sensor, Dual Tech, 120/277, 1P, Photo, Vandal, White
41
CCOSSDU2-P-VW
Switch Mt Sensor, Dual Tech, 120/277, 2P, Photo, Vandal, White
41
CCVSSDU2-P-VW
Switch Mt Vac. Sensor, Dual Tech, 120/277, 2P, Photo, Vandal, White
41
CCOSSD31-P-VW
Switch Mt Sensor, Dual Tech, 347, 1P, Photo, Vandal, White
46
CCOSSD32-P-VW
Switch Mt Sensor, Dual Techl, 347, 2P, Photo, Vandal, White
46
POWER PACK
CCP-PP20-D
CCP-PP20-2P
CCP-PP20-347-D
CCIR-3110
FEATURES
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Retrofit Ceiling
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Technical Data
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Retrofit Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Technical Data
Specification
Inputs
Part No
CCORSDD1-N-N
CCORXDD1-N-N
Description
The Diversa occupancy sensors use PIR and
ADI-Voice technologies to determine the
presence of people and perform the control
actions when occupancy (or vacancy) is detected.
The CCOR Séries of sensors are designed to
mount recessed on a ceilings giving a
360° coverage pattern.
The low voltage edition of this sensor gives
the capability of operating and controlling
the CCP-PP20-D Power Pack and/or diode
pulse relays.
24 VAC +/- 25%
Class 2 Low Voltage Source
60 Hz
Use #18AWG wire
Outputs
Diode Pulse : Each output is capable of driving one Diode Pulse
Relay
Power consumption
9,5 mA Standard
Approvals
FCC
Environment
Indoors, stationary, non-vibrating, non-corrosive atmosphere
and non-condensing humidity
Ambient Operating Temperature : 14°F to 140°F (-10°C to 60°C)
Storage Temperature : -14°F to 140°F (-25°C to 60°C)
Features
Recessed ceiling mounted occupancy sensor provides 360° coverage using an adjustable swivel head to optimize the sensor
area.
The dual-tech sensor utilizes ADI-Voice Technology, which has advanced digital signal processing for accurate detection of
human speech.
A Self-adapting mode can be set to use both Passive Infrared (PIR) & Accurate Detection Intelligence (ADI) Voice technologies to automatically track occupancy tendencies for continuous
maximizing of energy savings.
Smart Sensing allows for an immediate return to occupied
mode in the event of a false off being triggered.
Can be programmed by on-board DIP switches and dials or an
IR Setting Unit for added convenience, especially during
commissioning.
Operation
2025 Lavoisier, #135
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T. 418 681-9590 • 1 800 681-9590
F. 418 681-7393
[email protected]
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Low voltage sensors are powered by 24VAC from either the CCP-PP20-D
Power Pack or a 24VAC transformer. When in operation, the sensor will detect initial motion using PIR; once motion is
detected the internal contact will close. The ADI-Voice is then activated to work alongside the PIR to detect occupancy.
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Retrofit Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Technical Data & Details
Dimensions & Mounting
Unit attaches to mounting ring with screws or it can be mounted into
an octagon box.
The CCOR sensor will fit an octagon box. It is very important that
conduits be attached at opposite ends of the box.
Use a 2-1/8” or more, deep box. If the box is less, use the spacer ring.
Wiring Instructions
The CCOR Series Trickle Current sensors are equipped with #22 AWG leads. Use appropriate sized
wire-nuts to connect the wires to the incoming load terminations.
Electrical Connections
Wiring to a Power Pack
Wiring to a Relay Panel
Sensor Settings (See page 60-61 for Sensor Setting description)
1. Programming - IR / Manual Setting
2. Detection (Dual or PIR Only)
3. Vacancy Sensor
4.Smart Sensing
5. Automatic Timeout
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Retrofit Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Details & Coverage
Installation
Installing in Smaller Room (Standard Lens)
ffLocate the sensor near the entrance door wall to prevent it
from viewing out into the hallway.
ffThe lens can rotate, allowing the sensor to be pointed
toward the area in front of the entrance door.
ffPositioning the sensor in this manner ensures that an
occupant moves across the longest detection beam upon
entrance, utilizing the sensor's maximum PIR range.
Standard Lens (S)
ffOptimal usage is to detect small motions such as hand
movements
ffDesigned for a mounting height of 7-15ft
ffADI-Voice can detect around corners that PIR cannot
to maintain occupancy
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Retrofit Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Details & Coverage
Extended Lens (X)
ffOptimal usage is to detect small motions such as hand
movements
ffDesigned for a mounting height of 7-15ft
ffADI-Voice can detect around corners that PIR cannot to
maintain occupancy
Installing in Larger Room (Extended Lens)
ffPlace the sensor near the center of the room ceiling.
Locate it so the approximate distance of 27ft in and over (A
& B) or in dead center of room.
ffTilt the lens to ai m the detection zone to the bottom of the
door. (C)
ffPositioning the sensor in this manner ensures that the
beam does not reach outside the room without reducing
sensitivity.
* Application and Performance Specification Information Subject to Change without Notification
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Retrofit Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Installation
Installation & Wiring Directions
Installation
Mounting of the device requires a 2-1/8” deep or more, octagonal junction box. Install by recessing
the device into the octagon box; lining up the mounting holes and securing it using the screws
provided. If too shallow, use the spacer ring is provided.
CORSDD1-N-N
Wiring
The WOR Series Retrofit sensors are equipped with plug-in harness for easy installation. This
harness has #20 AWG leads. Use appropriate sized wire-nuts to connect the wires to the incoming
load terminations.
Enabled
OFF
Occupancy (Auto-ON)
Vacancy (Manual ON)
ON
N/A
N/A
OFF
N/A
OFF
Enabled
OFF
Manual Dips/Dials
ON
Inputs
u 24 VAC o25%
u Class 2 Low Voltage Source
u 60 Hz
u Use #18AWG wire
SPECIFICATION
Douglas Retrofit Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
u The Diversa occupancy sensors
use PIR and ADI-Voice
technologies to determine the
presence of people and perform
the control actions when
occupancy (or vacancy) is
detected.
u The WOR Series of sensors are
designed to mount recessed on a
ceilings giving a 360° coverage
pattern.
u The low voltage edition of this
sensor gives the capability of
operating and controlling the WPPP20-D Power Pack and/or diode
pulse relays.
u Recessed ceiling mounted occupancy sensor provides 360° coverage using an
adjustable swivel head to optimize the sensor area.
u The dual-tech sensor utilizes ADI-Voice Technology, which has advanced digital
signal processing for accurate detection of human speech.
u A Self-adapting mode can be set to use both Passive Infrared (PIR) & Accurate
Detection Intelligence (ADI) Voice technologies to automatically track occupancy
tendencies for continuous maximizing of energy savings.
u Can be programmed by on-board DIP switches and dials or an IR Setting Unit for
added convenience, especially during commissioning.
u Smart Sensing allows for an immediate return to occupied mode in the event of a
false off being triggered.
Disabled
Approvals
u FCC
Power consumption
u 9.5 mA Standard
Outputs
u Diode Pulse: Each output is capable
of driving one Diode Pulse relay.
N/A
Environment
u Indoors, stationary, non-vibrating, noncorrosive atmosphere and noncondensing humidity
u Ambient Operating Temperature:
14°F to 140°F (-10°C to 60°C)
u Storage Temperature:
-14°F to 140°F (-25°C to 60°C)
Auto or Manual ON
Low voltage sensors are powered by 24VAC from either the WP-PP20-D Power Pack or a
24VAC transformer. When in operation, the sensor will detect initial motion using PIR;
once motion is detected the internal contact will close. The ADI-Voice is then activated to
work alongside the PIR to detect occupancy.
Operation
IR Handheld (CCIR-3110)
Settings Input
u The WOR sensor will fit an octagon
box. It is very important that conduits
be attached at opposite ends of the
box.
u Unit attaches to mounting ring with
screws or it can be mounted into an
octagon box.
DIMENSIONS & MOUNTING
8
Disabled
Detection LED
3
Manual Override Button
7
Motion Detection Sensivity
2
Not Used
6
High
Technical Data
OFF
1
Not Used
CCOR*DD1-N-N
FEATURES
Normal
Disabled
Voice Detection
PART No.
DIP Switches
A bank of eight DIP switches and two rotating controls can be used to manually setup and configure
the sensor.
WORSDD1-N-N
WORXDD1-N-N
OFF
5
Features
Default
Enabled
On
Function
DIP #
9
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Off
4
White 24 Vac
Bleu DO NOt USE
Red Primary output pole
Red/White Not Used
Orange Not Used
Yellow/Black Not Used
Yellow Not Used
Yellow/White Not Used
Violet(+) Not Used
Grey (-) Not Used
2025 Lavoisier, #135
Quebec, Quebec G1N 4L6
TM
Low Voltage Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Technical Data
Specification
Inputs
24 VAC +/-25%
Class 2 Low Voltage Source
60Hz
Use #18WG wire
Part No
CCORSDD2-N-N
CCORSDD2-R-N
CCORSDD2-DPR-L
CCORXDD2-PR-N
CCORXDD2-DPR-L
Description
The Diversa occupancy sensors use PIR and ADI-Voice
technologies to determine the presence of people
and perform the control actions when occupancy (or
vacancy) is detected.
The CCOR Series of sensors are designed to mount
recessed in to a ceiling space providing a 360°
coverage pattern.
The low voltage edition of this sensor gives the
capability of operating and controlling the CCPPP20-D
Power Pack and/or diode pulse relays.
Outputs
Diode Pulse : Each output is capable of driving up to four Diode
Pulse relays.
0-10V Dimming : Use to control up to 50 Ballasts. Connections
are polarity sensitive. LED drivers can connect up to 25mA
Aux Relay : SPDT Form-C contact rated for 1A at 30VDC
Power consumption
9.5 mA Standard
14.0 mA with Auxiliary Relay
Approvals
FCC
Environment
Indoors, stationary, non-vibrating, non-corrosive atmosphere
and non-condensing humidity
Ambient Operating Temperature : 14°F to 140°F (-10°C to 60°C)
Storage Temperature : -14°F to 140°F (-25°C to 60°C)
Low temp and high humidity option [-L] products: PCB conformal coated for resistance to damp environments and operation
to -40°C/F.
Features
Recessed ceiling mounted occupancy sensor provides 360° coverage using an adjustable swivel head to optimize the sensor
area.
The dual-tech sensor utilizes ADI-Voice Technology, which has advanced digital signal processing for accurate detection of
human speech.
A Self-adapting mode can be set to use both Passive Infrared (PIR) & Accurate Detection Intelligence (ADI) Voice technologies to automatically track occupancy tendencies for continuous maximizing of energy savings.
Smart Sensing allows for an immediate return to occupied mode in the event of a false off being triggered.
The photo sensor option is available to provide a 0-10VDC dimming ballast/LED* Drivers output for Daylight Harvesting. *
LED drivers up to 25mA, please contact driver manufacturer for currents
2025 Lavoisier, #135
Quebec, Quebec G1N 4L6
T. 418 681-9590 • 1 800 681-9590
F. 418 681-7393
[email protected]
cristalcontrols.com
Can be programmed by on-board DIP switches and dials or an IR Setting Unit for added convenience, especially during commissioning.
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Low Voltage Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Technical Data & Details
Operation
Line voltage sensors draw control power directly from the lighting circuit they are
intended to control. When in operation the sensor will detect initial motion using PIR;
once motion is detected, the internal contact will close. ADI-Voice is then activated
to work alongside PIR to maintain the occupied condition as long as people are
within the sensing range.
Dimensions & Mounting
Unit attaches to mounting ring with screws or it can be mounted into
an octagon box.
The CCOR sensor will fit an octagon box. It is very important that
conduits be attached at opposite ends of the box.
Use a 2-1/8” or more, deep box. If the box is less, use the spacer ring.
Wiring Instructions
The CCOR Series Line Voltage sensors are equipped with #22 AWG leads. Use appropriate sized
wire-nuts to connect the wires to the incoming load terminations.
Electrical Connections
CCP-PP20-D
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Low Voltage Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Technical Data & Details
Sensor Settings (See page 60-61 for Sensor Setting description item)
1. Programming - IR / Manual Setting
2. Detection (Dual or PIR Only)
3. Automatic Timeout
4. Smart Sensing
5. Vacancy Sensor
6. Photo Sensing (-P)
7. Daylight Harvest Dimming (0-10V Output) (-D)
8. Multi-Level Switching (2-Pole w/o Photo Sensing option)
9. Multi-Level Photo Sensing (2-Pole w/ Photo Option)
10. Sensor Link
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Low Voltage Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Details & Coverage
Installation
Installing in Smaller Room (Standard Lens)
ffLocate the sensor near the entrance door wall to
prevent it from viewing out into the hallway.
ffThe lens can rotate, allowing the sensor to be
pointed toward the area in front of the entrance door.
ffPositioning the sensor in this manner ensures that
an occupant moves across the longest detection
beam upon entrance, utilizing the sensor's
maximum PIR range.
Standard Lens (S)
ffOptimal usage is to detect small motions such as hand
movements
ffDesigned for a mounting height of 7-15ft
ffADI-Voice can detect around corners that PIR cannot to maintain
occupancy
Extended Lens (X)
ffOptimal usage is to detect small motions such as walking
ffDesigned for a mounting height of 7-15ft
ffADI-Voice can detect around corners that PIR
cannot to maintain occupancy
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Low Voltage Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Details & Coverage
Installing in Larger Room (Extended Lens)
ffPlace the sensor near the center of the room ceiling. Locate
it so the approximate distance of 27ft in and over (A & B) or in
dead center of room.
ffTilt the lens to aim the detection zone to the bottom of the
door. (C)
ffPositioning the sensor in this manner ensures that the beam
does not reach outside the room without reducing sensitivity.
Installation & Wiring Directions
Installation
Mounting of the device requires a 2-1/8” deep or more, octagonal junction box. Install by recessing
the device into the octagon box; lining up the mounting holes and securing it using the screws
provided. If too shallow, use the spacer ring is provided.
Wiring
The CCOR Series Low Voltage sensors are equipped with plug-in harness for easy installation. This
harness has #20 AWG leads. Use appropriate sized wire-nuts to connect the wires to the incoming
load terminations.
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Installation
DIP Switches
A bank of eight DIP switches and two rotating controls can be used to manually setup and configure
the sensor.
CCOR - - - - ‘-N’DIP #
Function
On
Off
Default
1
Voice Detection
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
2
Motion Detection Sensivity
High
Normal
OFF
3
Detection LED
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
4
Auto or Manual ON
Occupancy (Auto-ON)
Vacancy (Manual ON)
ON
5
Not Used
N/A
N/A
OFF
6
Not Used
N/A
N/A
OFF
7
Manual Override Button
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
8
Settings Input
IR Handheld (CCIR-3110)
Manual Dips/Dials
ON
CCOR - - - - ‘-P’DIP #
Function
On
Off
Default
1
Voice Detection
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
2
Motion Detection Sensivity
High
Normal
OFF
3
Detection LED
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
4
Auto or Manual ON
Occupancy (Auto-ON)
Vacancy (Manual ON)
ON
5*
Photocell Inhibit**
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
6*
Photocell Control
Inhibit 2nd Pole Only
Inhibit Both Poles
OFF
7
Manual Override Button
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
8
Settings Input
IR Handheld (CCIR-3110)
Manual Dips/Dials
ON
CCOR - - - - ‘-DPR’DIP #
Function
On
Off
Default
1
Voice Detection
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
2
Motion Detection Sensivity
High
Normal
OFF
3
Detection LED
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
4
Auto or Manual ON
Occupancy (Auto-ON)
Vacancy (Manual ON)
ON
5
Photocell Inhibit**
Photocell Disabled & Fixed
Dim Level
Photocell Enabled + Auto
Dim Level
OFF
6
Photocell Control*
Inhibit 2nd Pole Only
Inhibit Both Poles
OFF
7
Manual Override Button
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
8
Settings Input
IR Handheld (CCIR-3110)
Manual Dips/Dials
ON
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Line Voltage Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Technical Data
Specification
Power
120/277 VAC
60Hz
Contact Ratings
Part No
CCORBIU2-P-N PIR Only
CCORSDU1-P-N
CCORSDU2-P-N
CCORXDU2-P-L
Desription
The Diversa occupancy sensors use PIR and ADI-Voice
technologies to determine the presence of people
and perform the control actions when occupancy (or
vacancy) is detected.
The CCOR Series of sensors are designed to mount
recessed in to a ceiling space providing a 360°
coverage pattern.
Has an adjustable tilting lens to prevent detection
outside monitored space.
120 VAC-800W
277 VAC-1200W
Power consumption
5,7 mA
Approvals
Certified to UL 508, UL244A, CSA
C22.2 #14
Environment
Indoors, stationary, non-vibrating, non-corrosive atmosphere
and 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)
Low temp and high humidity option [-L] products: PCB conformal coated for resistance to damp environments and operation
to -40°C/F. Indoor use only.
Features
Recessed ceiling mounted occupancy sensor provides 360° coverage using an adjustable swivel head to optimize the sensor
area.
The dual-tech sensor utilizes ADI-Voice Technology, which has advanced digital signal processing for accurate detection of
human speech.
A Self-adapting mode can be set to use both Passive Infrared (PIR) & Accurate Detection Intelligence (ADI) Voice technologies to automatically track occupancy tendencies for continuous maximizing of energy savings.
Smart Sensing allows for an immediate return to occupied mode in the event of a false off being triggered.
Can be programmed by on-board DIP switches and dials or an IR Setting Unit for added convenience, especially during commissioning.
Operation
2025 Lavoisier, #135
Quebec, Quebec G1N 4L6
T. 418 681-9590 • 1 800 681-9590
F. 418 681-7393
[email protected]
cristalcontrols.com
Line voltage sensors draw control power directly from the lighting circuit
they are intended to control. When in operation the sensor will detect
initial motion using PIR; once motion is detected, the internal contact will
close. ADI-Voice is then activated to work alongside PIR to maintain the
occupied condition as long as people are within the sensing range.
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Line Voltage Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Technical Data & Details
Dimensions & Mounting
Unit attaches to mounting ring with screws or it can be mounted into
an octagon box.
The CCOR sensor will fit an octagon box. It is very important that
conduits be attached at opposite ends of the box.
Use a 2-1/8” or more, deep box. If the box is less, use the spacer ring.
Wiring Instructions
The CCOR Series Line Voltage sensors are equipped with #14 AWG leads. Use appropriate sized
wire-nuts to connect the wires to the incoming load terminations.
Electrical Connections
CCOR**U*-*-*
CCOR**U2*-*-*
Sensor Settings (See page 60-61 for Sensor Setting description)
1. Programming - IR / Manual Setting
2. Detection (Dual or PIR Only)
3. Automatic Timeout
4.Smart Sensing
5. Photo Sensing (-P)
6.Multi-Level Photo Sensing (2-Pole w/ Photo Option)
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Line Voltage Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Details & Coverage
Installation
Installing in Smaller Room (Standard Lens)
ffLocate the sensor near the entrance door wall to
prevent it from viewing out into the hallway.
ffThe lens can rotate, allowing the sensor to be
pointed toward the area in front of the entrance
door.
ffPositioning the sensor in this manner ensures that
an occupant moves across the longest detection
beam upon entrance, utilizing the sensor's
maximum PIR range.
Standard Lens (S)
ffOptimal usage is to detect small motions such as hand
movements
ffDesigned for a mounting height of 7-15ft
ffADI-Voice can detect around corners that PIR cannot to maintain
occupancy
Extended Lens (X)
ffOptimal usage is to detect small motions such as walking
ffDesigned for a mounting height of 7-15ft
ffADI-Voice can detect around corners that PIR cannot to maintain
occupancy
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Line Voltage Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Details & Coverage
Hi-Bay Lens (B)
ffOptimal usage is to detect small
motions such as walking
ffDesigned for a mounting height up to 40Ft
ffPIR only
Installing in Larger Room (Extended Lens)
ffPlace the sensor near the center of the room
ceiling. Locate it so the approximate distance of
27ft in and over (A & B) or in dead center of room.
ffTilt the lens to ai m the detection zone to the
bottom of the door. (C)
ffPositioning the sensor in this manner ensures that
the beam does not reach outside the room without
reducing sensitivity.
* Application and Performance Specification Information Subject to Change without Notification
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Line Voltage Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Installation
Installation & Wiring Directions
Installation
Mounting of the device requires a 2-1/8” deep or more, octagonal junction box. Install by recessing
the device into the octagon box; lining up the mounting holes and securing it using the screws
provided. If too shallow, use the spacer ring is provided.
CAUTION
TURN POWER OFF AT THE CIRCUIT BREAKER BEFORE WORKING WITH OR NEAR HIGH VOLTAGE
Wiring
The CCOR Series Line Voltage sensors are equipped with #14 AWG stranded leads. Use appropriate
sized wirenuts to connect the wires to the incoming load terminations; for installation with fieldinstalled conductors of 60ºC minimum rating.
CCOR**U*-*-*
CCOR**U2*-*-*
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Installation
DIP Switches
A bank of eight DIP switches and two rotating controls can be used to manually setup and configure
the sensor.
CCOR - - - - ‘-N’DIP #
Function
On
Off
Default
1
Voice Detection
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
2
Motion Detection Sensivity
High
Normal
OFF
3
Detection LED
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
4
Auto or Manual ON
Occupancy (Auto-ON)
Vacancy (Manual ON)
ON
5
Not Used
N/A
N/A
OFF
6
Not Used
N/A
N/A
OFF
7
Manual Override Button
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
8
Settings Input
IR Handheld (CCIR-3110)
Manual Dips/Dials
ON
CCOR - - - - ‘-P’DIP #
Function
On
Off
Default
1
Voice Detection
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
2
Motion Detection Sensivity
High
Normal
OFF
3
Detection LED
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
4
Auto or Manual ON
Occupancy (Auto-ON)
Vacancy (Manual ON)
ON
5*
Not Used
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
6*
Not Used
Inhibit 2 Pole Only
Inhibit Both Pole
OFF
7
Manual Override Button
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
8
Settings Input
IR Handheld (CCIR-3110)
Manual Dips/Dials
ON
nd
*Available in 2-Pole models (-2) only
2025 Lavoisier, #135
Quebec, Quebec G1N 4L6
T. 418 681-9590 • 1 800 681-9590
F. 418 681-7393
[email protected]
cristalcontrols.com
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Line Voltage Ceiling Occupancy Sensor, 347VAC
Technical Data
Specification
Power
347-1 VAC
60Hz
Contact Ratings
Part No
CCORSD31-P-N
CCORXD32-P-N
CCORSD32-P-N
Description
The Diversa occupancy sensors use PIR and ADI-Voice
technologies to determine the presence of people
and perform the control actions when occupancy (or
vacancy) is detected.
The CCOR Series of sensors are designed to mount
recessed in to a ceiling space providing a 360°
coverage pattern.
Has an adjustable tilting lens to prevent detection
outside monitored space.
347 VAC-1200W
Power consumption
5,7 mA
Approvals
Certified to UL 508, UL244A, CSA
C22.2 #14
Environment
Indoors, stationary, non-vibrating, non-corrosive atmosphere
and 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)
Low temp and high humidity option [-L] products: PCB conformal coated for resistance to damp environments and operation
to -40°C/F. Indoor use only.
Features
Recessed ceiling mounted occupancy sensor provides 360° coverage using an adjustable swivel head to optimize the sensor
area.
The dual-tech sensor utilizes ADI-Voice Technology, which has advanced digital signal processing for accurate detection of
human speech.
A Self-adapting mode can be set to use both Passive Infrared (PIR) & Accurate Detection Intelligence (ADI) Voice technologies to automatically track occupancy tendencies for continuous maximizing of energy savings.
Smart Sensing allows for an immediate return to occupied mode in the event of a false off being triggered.
Can be programmed by on-board DIP switches and dials or an IR Setting Unit for added convenience, especially during commissioning.
Operation
2025 Lavoisier, #135
Quebec, Quebec G1N 4L6
T. 418 681-9590 • 1 800 681-9590
F. 418 681-7393
[email protected]
cristalcontrols.com
Line voltage sensors draw control power directly from the lighting circuit they are
intended to control. When in operation the sensor will detect initial motion using
PIR; once motion is detected, the internal contact will close. ADI-Voice is then activated to work alongside PIR to maintain the occupied condition as long as people
are within the sensing range.
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Line Voltage Ceiling Occupancy Sensor, 347VAC
Technical Data & Details
Dimensions & Mounting
Unit attaches to mounting ring with screws or it can be mounted into
an octagon box.
The CCOR sensor will fit an octagon box. It is very important that
conduits be attached at opposite ends of the box.
Use a 2-1/8” or more, deep box. If the box is less, use the spacer ring.
Wiring Instructions
The CCOR Series Line Voltage sensors are equipped with #14 AWG leads. Use appropriate sized
wire-nuts to connect the wires to the incoming load terminations.
Electrical Connections
CCOR**3*-*-*
CCOR**32*-*-*
Sensor Settings (See page 60-61 for Sensor Setting description)
1. Programming - IR / Manual Setting
2. Detection (Dual or PIR Only)
3. Automatic Timeout
4.Smart Sensing
5. Photo Sensing (-P)
6.Multi-Level Photo Sensing (2-Pole w/ Photo Option)
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Line Voltage Ceiling Occupancy Sensor, 347VAC
Details & Coverage
Installation
Installing in Smaller Room (Standard Lens)
ffLocate the sensor near the entrance door wall to prevent it from
viewing out into the hallway.
ffThe lens can rotate, allowing the sensor to be pointed toward the
area in front of the entrance door.
ffPositioning the sensor in this manner ensures that an occupant
moves across the longest detection beam upon entrance,
utilizing the sensor's maximum PIR range.
Standard Lens (S)
ffOptimal usage is to detect small motions such as hand
movements
ffDesigned for a mounting height of 7-15ft
ffADI-Voice can detect around corners that PIR cannot
to maintain occupancy
Installing in a Larger Room (Extended Lens)
ffPlace the sensor near the center of the room ceiling.
Locate it so the approximate distance of 27ft in and over
(A&B) or in dead center of room.
ffTilt the lens to aim the detection zone of the bottom of the
door (C).
ffPositioning the sensor in this manner ensures that the beam
does not reach outside the room without reducing sensitivity.
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Line Voltage Ceiling Occupancy Sensor, 347VAC
Details & Coverage
Extended Lens (X)
ffOptimal usage is to detect small motions such as walking
ffDesigned for a mounting height of 7-15ft
ffADI-Voice can detect around corners that PIR cannot to
maintain occupancy
Hi-Bay Lens (B)
ffOptimal usage is to detect small
motions such as walking
ffDesigned for a mounting height up to 40Ft
ffPIR only
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Line Voltage Ceiling Occupancy Sensor, 347VAC
Installation
Installation & Wiring Directions
Installation
Mounting of the device requires a 2-1/8” deep or more, octagonal junction box. Install by recessing
the device into the octagon box; lining up the mounting holes and securing it using the screws
provided. If too shallow, use the spacer ring is provided.
CAUTION
TURN POWER OFF AT THE CIRCUIT BREAKER BEFORE WORKING WITH OR NEAR HIGH VOLTAGE
Wiring
The CCOR Series Line Voltage sensors are equipped with #14 AWG stranded leads. Use appropriate
sized wirenuts to connect the wires to the incoming load terminations; for installation with fieldinstalled conductors of 60ºC minimum rating.
CCOR**3*-*-*
CCOR**32*-*-*
DIP Switches
A bank of eight DIP switches and two rotating controls can be used to manually setup and configure
the sensor.
CCOR - - - - ‘-P’-
2025 Lavoisier, #135
Quebec, Quebec G1N 4L6
T. 418 681-9590 • 1 800 681-9590
F. 418 681-7393
[email protected]
cristalcontrols.com
DIP #
Function
On
Off
Default
1
Voice Detection
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
2
Motion Detection Sensivity
High
Normal
OFF
3
Detection LED
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
4
Auto or Manual ON
Occupancy (Auto-ON)
Vacancy (Manual ON)
ON
5
Photocell Inhibit**
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
6
Photocell Control
Inhibit 2 Pole Only
Inhibit Both Poles
OFF
7
Manual Override Button
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
8
Settings Input
IR Handheld (CCIR-3110)
Manual Dips/Dials
ON
nd
*Available in 2-Pole models (-2) only
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Retrofit Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor
Technical Data
Part No
CCOSSDD1-P-VW
Description
The Diversa occupancy sensors use PIR and ADI-Voice technologies to determine the
presence of people and perform the control actions when occupancy (or vacancy) is detected.
The CCOS Series of sensors are designed replace a low voltage wall switch giving a 180°
coverage pattern
The low voltage edition of this sensor gives the capability of operating and controlling the
CCP-PP20-D Power Pack and/or diode pulse relays.
Direct replacement for WR-8501
Specification
Inputs
24 VAC +/-25%
Class 2 Low Voltage Source
60Hz
Use #18WG wire
Outputs
Diode Pulse : Each output is capable of driving up to one Diode Pulse relays.
Power consumption
9.5 mA Standard
Approvals
FCC
Environment
Indoors, stationary, non-vibrating, non-corrosive atmosphere and non-condensing humidity
Ambient Operating Temperature : 14°F to 140°F (-10°C to 60°C)
Storage Temperature : -14°F to 140°F (-25°C to 60°C)
Low temp and high humidity option [-L] products: PCB conformal coated for resistance to damp environments and operation
to -40°C/F.
Features
Wall Switch occupancy sensor provides 180° coverage to maximize the sensor area.
The dual-tech sensor utilizes ADI-Voice Technology, which has advanced digital signal processing for accurate detection of
human speech.
A Self-adapting mode can be set to use Passive Infrared (PIR) & Accurate Detection Intelligence (ADI) Voice technologies to
automatically track occupancy tendencies for continuous maximizing of energy savings.
Smart Sensing allows for an immediate return to occupied mode in the event of a false off being triggered.
Can be programmed by on-board DIP switches and dials or an IR Setting Unit for added convenience, especially during
commissioning.
2025 Lavoisier, #135
Quebec, Quebec G1N 4L6
T. 418 681-9590 • 1 800 681-9590
F. 418 681-7393
[email protected]
cristalcontrols.com
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Retrofit Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor
Technical Data & Details
Operation
Line voltage sensors are powered by 24VAC from either the CCP-PP20-D Power Pack or a 24VAC tranformer. When in
operation, the sensor will detect initial motion using PIR; once motion is detected the internal contact will close. The ADIVoice is then activated to work alongside the PIR to detect occupancy.
Dimensions & Mounting
Mount in a standard gang box.
Wiring Instructions
The CCOS Series Low Voltage sensors are equipped with #22 AWG leads. Use appropriate sized
wire-nuts to connect the wires to the incoming load terminations.
Electrical Connections
CCP-PP20-D
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Retrofit Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor
Details
Sensors Settings (See page 60-61 for Sensor Setting description item)
1. Programming - IR / Manual Setting
2. Detection (Dual or PIR Only)
3. Automatic Timeout
4. Smart Sensing
5. Vacancy Sensor
6. Photo Sensing (-P)
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Retrofit Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor
Details & Coverage
Installation
Mount the CCOSSDD1-P-VW sensor on the wall about 4' above floor level near the midline of the
room so its PIR detection zones cover the room area and any obstructions are within range of the
ADI-Voice detector.
There should be no obstructions between the sensor and the room entrance. The ensures that the
sensor's PIR lens will be activated when a person enters the room, wich will subsequently trigger the
ADI-Voice.
Installing in Offices
ffSensor effective in obstructed spaces
ffADI-Voice re-activation and Smart Sense prevents lights out condition
Typical Office
Installing in Washrooms
ffSensor effective in partitioned spaces
ffADI-Voice re-activation and Smart Sense prevents lignts out condition
Standard Lens (S)
ffOptimal usage is to detect small motions such as hand movements
Typical WashRooms
ffDesigned for a mounting height of 7-15ft
ffADI-Voice can detect around corners that PIR cannot to maintain occupancy
Top View
Side View
*Application and Performance Specification Information Subject to Change without Notification
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Retrofit Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor
Installation
Installation & Wiring Directions
Installation
Mounting of the device requires a standard box. Install by recessing the device into the standard
gang box; lining up the mounting hole and securing it using the screws provided.
Wiring
The CCOSSDD1-P-VW Retrofit sensors are equipped with plug-in harness for easy installation. This
hardness has #20 AWG leads. Use appropriate sized wire-nuts to connect the wires to the incoming
load terminations.
DIP Switches
A bank of eight DIP switches and two rotating controls can be used to manually setup and configure
the sensor.
CCOSSDD1-P-VW
DIP #
Function
On
Off
Default
1
Voice Detection
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
2
Motion Detection Sensivity
High
Normal
OFF
3
Detection LED
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
4
Auto or Manual ON
Occupancy (Auto-ON)
Vacancy (Manual ON)
OFF
5*
Photocell Inhibit**
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
6*
Photocell Control
Inhibit 2 Pole Only
Inhibit Both Poles
OFF
7
Manual Override Button
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
8
Settings Input
IR Handheld (CCIR-3110)
Manual Dips/Dials
ON
nd
2025 Lavoisier, #135
Quebec, Quebec G1N 4L6
T. 418 681-9590 • 1 800 681-9590
F. 418 681-7393
[email protected]
cristalcontrols.com
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Low Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor
Technical Data
Part No
CCOSSDD2-P-VW
CCOSSDD2-DPR-VW
Description
The Diversa occupancy sensors use PIR and ADI-Voice technologies to determine the
presence of people and perform the control actions when occupancy (or vacancy) is detected.
The CCOS Series of sensors are designed replace a low voltage wall switch giving a 180°
coverage pattern.
The low voltage edition of this sensor gives the capability of operating and controlling the WPPP20-D Power Pack and/or diode pulse relays.
*Plate not included
Specification
Inputs
24 VAC +/-25%
Class 2 Low Voltage Source
60 Hz
Use #18AWG wire
Outputs
Diode Pulse: Each output is capable of driving up to four Diode Pulse relays.
0-10V Dimming: Use to control up to 50 Ballasts, or 25mA sync of LED driver. Connections are polarity sensitive.
Aux Relay: SPDT Form-C contact rated for 1A at 30VDC
Power consumption
9.5 mA Standard
14.0 mA with Auxiliary Relay
Approvals
FCC
Environment
Indoors, stationary, non-vibrating, non-corrosive atmosphere and non-condensing humidity
Ambient Operating Temperature : 14°F to 140°F (-10°C to 60°C)
Storage Temperature : -14°F to 140°F (-25°C to 60°C)
Low temp and high humidity option [-L] products: PCB conformal coated for resistance to damp environments and operation
to -40°C/F.
Features
Wall Switch occupancy sensor provides 180° coverage to maximize the sensor area.
The dual-tech sensor utilizes ADI-Voice Technology, which has advanced digital signal processing for accurate detection of human speech.
A Self-adapting mode can be set to use Passive Infrared (PIR) & Accurate Detection Intelligence (ADI) Voice technologies to automatically track occupancy tendencies for continuous maximizing of energy savings.
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Smart Sensing allows for an immediate return to occupied mode in the event of a false off being triggered.
The photo sensor option is available to provide a 0-10VDC dimming ballast or 25mA sync for LED drivers output for Daylight
Harvesting.
Can be programmed by on-board DIP switches and dials or an IR Setting Unit for added convenience, especially during
commissioning.
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Low Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor
Technical Data & Details
Operation
Low voltage sensors are powered by 24VAC from either the CCP-PP20-D Power Pack or a 24VAC transformer. When in
operation, the sensor will detect initial motion using PIR; once motion is detected the internal contact will close. The ADIVoice is then activated to work alongside the PIR to detect occupancy.
Dimensions & Mounting
Mount in a standard gang box.
Wiring Instructions
The CCOS Series Low Voltage sensors are equipped with #22 AWG leads. Use appropriate sized
wire-nuts to connect the wires to the incoming load terminations.
Electrical Connections
CCP-PP20-D
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Low Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor
Details
Sensors Settings (See page 60-61 for Sensor Setting description item)
1. Programming - IR / Manual Setting
2. Detection (Dual or PIR Only)
3. Automatic Timeout
4. Smart Sensing
5. Vacancy Sensor
6. Photo Sensing (-P)
7. Daylight Harvest Dimming (0-10V Output) (-D)
8. Multi-Level Switching (2-Pole w/o Photo Option)
9. Multi-Level Photo Sensing (2-Pole w/Photo Option)
10. Sensor Link
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Low Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor
Details and Coverage
Installation
Mount the CCOS Series sensor on the wall about 4' above floor level near the midline of the room so
its PIR detection zones cover the room area and any obstructions are within range of the ADI-Voice
detector.
There should be no obstructions between the sensor and the room entrance. The ensures that the
sensor's PIR lens will be activated when a person enters the room, wich will subsequently trigger the
ADI-Voice.
Installing in Offices
ffSensor effective in obstructed spaces
ffADI-Voice re-activation and Smart Sense prevents lights out condition
Typical Office
Installing in Washrooms
ffSensor effective in partitioned spaces
ffADI-Voice re-activation and Smart Sense prevents lights out condition
Standard Lens (S)
ffOptimal usage is to detect small motions such as hand movements
Typical WashRooms
ffDesigned for a mounting height of 4ft
ffADI-Voice can detect around corners that PIR cannot to maintain occupancy
Top View
Side View
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Low Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor
Installation
Installation & Wiring Directions
Installation
Mounting of the device requires a standard gang box. Install by recessing the device into the
standard gang box; lining up the mounting holes and securing it using the screws provided.
Wiring
The CCOS Series Low Voltage sensors are equipped with plug-in harness for easy installation. This
harness has #20 AWG leads. Use appropriate sized wire-nuts to connect the wires to the incoming
load terminations.
DIP Switches
A bank of eight DIP switches and two rotating controls can be used to manually setup and configure
the sensor.
CCOS - - - - ‘-P’DIP #
Function
On
Off
Default
1
Voice Detection
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
2
Motion Detection Sensivity
High
Normal
OFF
3
Detection LED
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
4
Auto or Manual ON
Occupancy (Auto-ON)
Vacancy (Manual ON)
OFF
5*
Photocell Inhibit**
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
6*
Photocell Control
Inhibit 2 Pole Only
Inhibit Both Poles
OFF
7
Manual Override Button
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
8
Settings Input
IR Handheld (CCIR-3110)
Manual Dips/Dials
ON
nd
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Low Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor
Installation
DIP Switches
CCOS - - - - ‘-DPR’DIP #
Function
On
Off
Default
1
Voice Detection
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
2
Motion Detection Sensivity
High
Normal
OFF
3
Detection LED
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
4
Auto or Manual ON
Occupancy (Auto-ON)
Vacancy (Manual ON)
OF
5*
Photocell Inhibit**
Photocell Disabled &
Fixed Din Level
Photocell Enabled &
Auto Dim Level
OFF
6*
Photocell Control
Inhibit 2nd Pole Only
Inhibit Both Poles
OFF
7
Manual Override Button
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
8
Settings Input
IR Handheld (CCIR-3110)
Manual Dips/Dials
ON
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Low Voltage Wall Mount Occupancy Sensor
Technical Data
Part No
CCOWCDD2-R-N
CCOWLDD2-R-N
CCOWCDD2-DPR-N
Description
The Diversa occupancy sensors use PIR and ADI-Voice technologies to determine the
presence of people and perform the control actions when occupancy (or vacancy) is detected.
The CCOW Series of sensors are designed to surface mount on
a wall giving either a 90° or 130° coverage pattern.
The low voltage edition of this sensor gives the capability of
operating and controlling the WP-PP20-D Power Pack and/or
diode pulse relays.
Specification
Inputs
24 VAC +/-25%
Class 2 Low Voltage Source
60 Hz
Use #18AWG wire
Outputs
Diode Pulse: Each output is capable of driving up to four Diode Pulse relays.
0-10V Dimming: Use to control up to 50 Ballasts, or 25mA sync of LED driver.
Aux Relay: SPDT Form-C contact rated for 1A at 30VDC
Power consumption
9.5 mA Standard
14.0 mA with Auxiliary Relay
Approvals
FCC
Environment
Indoors, stationary, non-vibrating, non-corrosive atmosphere and non-condensing humidity
Ambient Operating Temperature : 14°F to 140°F (-10°C to 60°C)
Storage Temperature : -14°F to 140°F (-25°C to 60°C)
Features
Wall mount occupancy sensor provides 90° or 130° coverage. Has the ability to rotate in both the horizontal and vertical axis to
optimize the sensing area.
The dual-tech sensor utilizes ADI-Voice Technology, which has advanced digital signal processing for accurate detection of human speech.
A Self-adapting mode can be set to use Passive Infrared (PIR) & Accurate Detection Intelligence (ADI) Voice technologies to automatically track occupancy tendencies for continuous maximizing of energy savings.
2025 Lavoisier, #135
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F. 418 681-7393
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Smart Sensing allows for an immediate return to occupied mode in the event of a false off being triggered.
The photo sensor option is available to provide a 0-10VDC dimming ballast or 25mA sync for LED drivers output for Daylight
Harvesting.
Can be programmed by on-board DIP switches and dials or an IR Setting Unit for added convenience, especially during
commissioning.
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Low Voltage Wall Mount Occupancy Sensor
Technical Data & Details
Operation
Low voltage sensors are powered by 24VAC from either the CCP-PP20-D Power Pack or a 24VAC transformer. When in
operation, the sensor will detect initial motion using PIR; once motion is detected the internal contact will close. The ADIVoice is then activated to work alongside the PIR to detect occupancy.
Dimensions & Mounting
Mount in a octagon box.
Wall Mount
Ceiling Mount
Wiring Instructions
The CCOW Series Low Voltage sensors are equipped with #22 AWG leads. Use appropriate sized
wire-nuts to connect the wires to the incoming load terminations.
Electrical Connections
CCP-PP20-D
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Low Voltage Wall Mount Occupancy Sensor
Details
Sensors Settings (See page 60-61 for Sensor Setting description item)
1. Programming - IR / Manual Setting
2. Detection (Dual or PIR Only)
3. Automatic Timeout
4. Smart Sensing
5. Vacancy Sensor
6. Photo Sensing (-P)
7. Daylight Harvest Dimming (0-10V Output) (-D)
8. Multi-Level Switching (2-Pole w/o Photo Option)
9. Multi-Level Photo Sensing (2-Pole w/Photo Option)
10. Sensor Link
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Low Voltage Wall Mount Occupancy Sensor
Details & Coverage
Installation
Installing in Smaller Room (Corner Lens)
ffLocate the sensor in the corner, along the entrance door to prevent
it from viewing out into the hallway.
ffThe sensor can be rotated, allowing it to be pointed along the
entrance door and slighly downwards.
ffPositioning the sensor in this manner ensures that an occupant
move accross the longest detection beam upon entrance, utilizing
the sensor's maximum PIR range.
Typical Enclosed Office
Corner Lens
ffOptimal usage is to detect small motions such as hand movements.
ffDesigned for a mounting height of up to 7-15ft.
ffADI-Voice can detect around corners that PIR cannot to maintain
occupancy.
Installing in Larger Room (Large Area Lens)
ffPlace the sensor near the center of the wall that is adjacent to
the entrance.
ffThe sensor can be rotated, allowing it to be pointed along the entrance
door and slighly downwards.
ffPositioning the sensor in this manner ensures that the beam
does not reach outside the room without reducing sensitivity.
Typical Classroom
Large Area Lens
ffOptimal usage is to detect large motions such as walking.
ffDesigned for a mounting height of 7-15ft.
ffADI-Voice can detect around corners that PIR cannot to maintain
occupancy.
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Low Voltage Wall Mount Occupancy Sensor
Installation
Installation & Wiring Directions
Installation
Mounting of the device requires a 2 1/8" deep, octogonal
junction box. Install by recessing the device into the o
ctogonal box; lining up the mounting holes and securing
it using the screws provided.
Wiring
The CCOW Series Low Voltage sensors are equipped with plug-in harness for easy installation. This
harness has #20 AWG leads. Use appropriate sized wire-nuts to connect the wires to the incoming
load terminations.
DIP Switches
A bank of eight DIP switches and two rotating controls can be used to manually setup and configure
the sensor.
CCOW - - - - ‘R-N’
DIP #
Function
On
Off
Default
1
Voice Detection
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
2
Motion Detection Sensivity
High
Normal
OFF
3
Detection LED
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
4
Auto or Manual ON
Occupancy (Auto-ON)
Vacancy (Manual ON)
OFF
5
Not Used
N/A
N/A
OFF
6
Not Used
N/A
N/A
OFF
7
Manual Override Button
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
8
Settings Input
IR Handheld (CCIR-3110)
Manual Dips/Dials
ON
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Line Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor
Technical Data
Part No
CCOSSDU1-P-VW
CCOSSDU2-P-VW
CCVSSDU2-P-VW
Description
The Diversa occupancy sensors use PIR and ADI-Voice technologies to determine the
presence of people and perform the control actions when occupancy (or vacancy) is detected.
The CCOS Series of sensors are designed replace a low voltage wall switch giving a 180°
coverage pattern
*Plate not included
Specification
Power
120/277 VAC
60Hz
Contact Ratings
120 VAC - 800W
277 VAC - 1200W
Power consumption
400 mA
Approvals
Certified to UL 508, UL244A, CSA
C22.2 #14
Environment
Indoors, stationary, non-vibrating, non-corrosive atmosphere and 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)
Features
Wall Switch occupancy sensor provides 180° coverage to maximize the sensor area.
The dual-tech sensor utilizes ADI-Voice Technology, which has advanced digital signal processing for accurate detection of
human speech.
A Self-adapting mode can be set to use Passive Infrared (PIR) & Accurate Detection Intelligence (ADI) Voice technologies to
automatically track occupancy tendencies for continuous maximizing of energy savings.
Smart Sensing allows for an immediate return to occupied mode in the event of a false off being triggered.
Can be programmed by on-board DIP switches and dials or an IR Setting Unit for added convenience, especially during
commissioning.
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Quebec, Quebec G1N 4L6
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F. 418 681-7393
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Line Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor
Technical Data & Details
Operation
Line voltage sensors draw control power directly from the lighting circuit they are intended to control. When in operation the
sensor will detect initial motion using PIR; once motion is detected, the internal contact will close. ADI-Voice is then activated
to work alongside PIR to maintain the occupied condition as long as people are within the sensing range.
Dimensions & Mounting
Mount in a standard gang box.
Wiring Instructions
The CCOS Series Line Voltage sensors are equipped with #14 AWG leads. Use appropriate sized
wire-nuts to connect the wires to the incoming load terminations.
Electrical Connections
CCOS**U*-*-*
CCOS**U2*-*-*
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Line Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor
Details
Sensors Settings (See page 60-61 for Sensor Setting description item)
1. Programming - IR / Manual Setting
2. Detection (Dual or PIR Only)
3. Automatic Timeout
4. Smart Sensing
6. Photo Sensing (-P)
9. Multi-Level Photo Sensing (2-Pole w/Photo Option)
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Line Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor
Details & Coverage
Installation
Mount the CCOS Series sensor on the wall about 4' above floor level near the midline of the room so
its PIR detection zones cover the room area and any obstructions are within range of the ADI-Voice
detector.
There should be no obstructions between the sensor and the room entrance. The ensures that the
sensor's PIR lens will be activated when a person enters the room, wich will subsequently trigger the
ADI-Voice.
Installing in Offices
ffSensor effective in obstructed spaces
ffADI-Voice re-activation and Smart Sense prevents lights out condition
Typical Office
Installing in Washrooms
ffSensor effective in partitioned spaces
ffADI-Voice re-activation and Smart Sense prevents lignts out condition
Standard Lens (S)
ffOptimal usage is to detect small motions such as hand movements
Typical WashRooms
ffDesigned for a mounting height of 4ft
ffADI-Voice can detect around corners that PIR cannot to maintain occupancy
Top View
Side View
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Line Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor
Installation
Installation & Wiring Directions
Installation
Mounting of the device requires a standard gang box. Install by recessing the device into the
standard gang box; lining up the mounting holes and securing it using the screws provided.
CAUTION
TURN POWER OFF AT THE CIRCUIT BREAKER BEFORE WORKING WITH OR NEAR HIGH VOLTAGE
Wiring
The CCOS Series Line Voltage sensors are equipped with #14 AWG stranded leads. Use appropriate
sized wirenuts to connect the wires to the incoming load terminations; for installation with fieldinstalled conductors of 60ºC minimum rating.
CCOS**U*-*-*
CCOS**U2*-*-*
DIP Switches
A bank of eight DIP switches and two rotating controls can be used to manually setup and configure
the sensor.
CCOS - - - - ‘-P’-
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DIP #
Function
On
Off
Default
1
Voice Detection
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
2
Motion Detection Sensivity
High
Normal
OFF
3
Detection LED
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
4
Auto or Manual ON
Occupancy (Auto-ON)
Vacancy (Manual ON)
ON
5*
Photocell Inhibit**
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
6*
Photocell Control
Inhibit 2nd Pole Only
Inhibit Both Poles
OFF
7
Manual Override Button
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
8
Settings Input
IR Handheld (CCIR-3110)
Manual Dips/Dials
ON
*Available in 2-Pole models (-2) only
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Line Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor, 347V
Technical Data
Part No
CCOSSD31-P-VW
CCOSSD32-P-VW
Description
The Diversa occupancy sensors use PIR and ADI-Voice technologies to determine the
presence of people and perform the control actions when occupancy (or vacancy) is detected.
The CCOS Series of sensors are designed replace a low voltage wall switch giving a 180°
coverage pattern.
347 VAC.
*Plate not included
Specification
Power
347 VAC
60Hz
Contact Ratings
347 VAC - 1500W
Power consumption
400 mA
Approvals
Certified to UL 508, UL244A, CSA
C22.2 #14
Environment
Indoors, stationary, non-vibrating, non-corrosive atmosphere and 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)
Low temp and high humidity option [-L] products: PCB conformal coated for resistance to damp environments and operation
to -40°C/F. Indoor use only.
Features
Wall Switch occupancy sensor provides 180° coverage to maximize the sensor area.
The dual-tech sensor utilizes ADI-Voice Technology, which has advanced digital signal processing for accurate detection of
human speech.
A Self-adapting mode can be set to use Passive Infrared (PIR) & Accurate Detection Intelligence (ADI) Voice technologies to
automatically track occupancy tendencies for continuous maximizing of energy savings.
Smart Sensing allows for an immediate return to occupied mode in the event of a false off being triggered.
Can be programmed by on-board DIP switches and dials or an IR Setting Unit for added convenience, especially during
commissioning.
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F. 418 681-7393
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Line Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor, 347V
Technical Data & Details
Operation
Line voltage sensors draw control power directly from the lighting circuit they are intended to control. When in operation the
sensor will detect initial motion using PIR; once motion is detected, the internal contact will close. ADI-Voice is then activated
to work alongside PIR to maintain the occupied condition as long as people are within the sensing range.
Dimensions & Mounting
Mount in a standard gang box.
Wiring Instructions
The CCOS Series Line Voltage sensors are equipped with #14 AWG leads. Use appropriate sized
wire-nuts to connect the wires to the incoming load terminations.
Electrical Connections
CCOSSD3*-*-*
CCOSSD32*-*-*
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Line Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor, 347V
Details
Sensors Settings (See page 60-61 for Sensor Setting description item)
1. Programming - IR / Manual Setting
2. Detection (Dual or PIR Only)
3. Automatic Timeout
4. Smart Sensing
6. Photo Sensing (-P)
9. Multi-Level Photo Sensing (2-Pole w/Photo Option)
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Line Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor, 347V
Details & Coverage
Installation
Mount the CCOS Series sensor on the wall about 4' above floor level near the midline of the room so
its PIR detection zones cover the room area and any obstructions are within range of the ADI-Voice
detector.
There should be no obstructions between the sensor and the room entrance. The ensures that the
sensor's PIR lens will be activated when a person enters the room, wich will subsequently trigger the
ADI-Voice.
Installing in Offices
ffSensor effective in obstructed spaces
ffVoice sound re-activation prevents lights out condition
Typical Office
Installing in Washrooms
ffSensor effective in partitioned spaces
ffVoice sound re-activation prevents lignts out condition
Standard Lens (S)
ffOptimal usage is to detect small motions such as hand movements
Typical WashRooms
ffDesigned for a mounting height of 4ft
ffADI-Voice can detect around corners that PIR cannot to maintain occupancy
Top View
Side View
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Line Voltage Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor, 347V
Installation
Installation & Wiring Directions
Installation
Mounting of the device requires a standard gang box. Install by recessing the device into the
standard gang box; lining up the mounting holes and securing it using the screws provided.
CAUTION
TURN POWER OFF AT THE CIRCUIT BREAKER BEFORE WORKING WITH OR NEAR HIGH VOLTAGE
Wiring
The CCOS Series Line Voltage sensors are equipped with #14 AWG stranded leads. Use appropriate
sized wirenuts to connect the wires to the incoming load terminations; for installation with fieldinstalled conductors of 60ºC minimum rating.
CCOSSD3*-*-*
CCOSSD32*-*-*
DIP Switches
A bank of eight DIP switches and two rotating controls can be used to manually setup and configure
the sensor.
CCOS - - - - ‘-P’-
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DIP #
Function
On
Off
Default
1
Voice Detection
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
2
Motion Detection Sensivity
High
Normal
OFF
3
Detection LED
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
4
Auto or Manual ON
Occupancy (Auto-ON)
Vacancy (Manual ON)
ON
5*
Photocell Inhibit**
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
6*
Photocell Control
Inhibit 2nd Pole Only
Inhibit Both Poles
OFF
7
Manual Override Button
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
8
Settings Input
IR Handheld (CCIR-3110)
Manual Dips/Dials
ON
*Available in 2-Pole models (-2) only
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1-Pole Power Pack (120-277-1)
Technical Data
Part No
CCP-PP20-D
1-Pole 120/277VAC
Features
Designed for use with Diversa occupancy sensors and Diode Pulse relays.
Single pole
120/277 VAC
Specification
Load Voltage
120/277 VAC
60 Hz
Switched Load
120/277 VAC
See Table for contact rating
Use #14 AWG Wire
Inputs
Diode Pulse
#14AWG wire
Secondary Power Source
24 VAC, 150 mA
#14AWG wire
Approvals
Certified to CAN/CSA Std. C22.2 No. 14
Conforms to UL 508 Standard
Title 24
FCC
Plenum Rated
Class 2 Rating
Environment
Indoors, stationary, non-vibrating, non-corrosive atmosphere and non-condensing humidity
Ambient Operating Temperature : 14°F to 140°F (-10°C to 60°C)
Storage Temperature : -14°F to 140°F (-25°C to 60°C)
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1-Pole Power Pack (120-277-1)
Technical Data & Details
Operation
The CCP-PP20-D Power Pack work in conjunction with the Diversa Low Voltage Sensors by providing power to the sensors and
receiving on/off commands from the sensor.
Contact Load Rating
Voltage
General
Tungsten
Standard Ballast
Electronic Ballast
120V
20A
20A
20A
16A
277V
20A
20A
20A
16A
All Power Packs provide a 24 VAC secondary source for use with the Low Voltage Diversa Sensors and other Diode Pulse devices.
All switches or loads required to be supported by the sensor must be included in the loading capacity of the Power Pack.
Maximum Load Per Input
Voltage
Max# of linked sensors
24VAC
12
Typical Low Voltage Loads
Device
Part#
Ceiling Mounted Sensor
CCOR/CCVR
Wall Switch Sensor
CCOS/CCVS
Wall Mount Sensor
CCOW/CCVW
Diode Pulse Switch
WR-8601
Current (mA)
9,5mA Standard
14,0mA w/Aux Relay
4mA
Wiring Directions
Wiring
Terminating wire shall be a minimum of #22 AWG for control power connections and shall be
suitably sized to handle the load ratings below.
Electrical Connections
CCP-PP20-D
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1-Pole Power Pack (120-277-1)
Details
Dimensions & Mounting
The power pack shall be mounted inside an electrical junction box or panel with a ½” threaded
nipple.
CCP-PP20-D
* Application and Performance Specification Information Subject to Change without Notification
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1-Pole Power Pack (347-1)
Technical Data
Part No
CCP-PP20-347-D
1-Pole 347-1 VAC
Features
Designed for use with Diversa occupancy sensors and Diode Pulse relays.
Single pole
347 VAC
Specification
Load Voltage
347 VAC
60 Hz
Switched Load
347 VAC
See Table for contact rating
Use #14 AWG Wire
Inputs
Diode Pulse
#14AWG wire
Secondary Power Source
24 VAC, 150 mA
#14AWG wire
Approvals
Certified to CAN/CSA Std. C22.2 No. 14
Conforms to UL 508 Standard
Title 24
FCC
Plenum Rated
Class 2 Rating
Environment
Indoors, stationary, non-vibrating, non-corrosive atmosphere and non-condensing humidity
Ambient Operating Temperature : 14°F to 140°F (-10°C to 60°C)
Storage Temperature : -14°F to 140°F (-25°C to 60°C)
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1-Pole Power Pack (347-1)
Technical Data & Details
Operation
The CCP-PP20-347-D Power Pack work in conjunction with the Diversa Low Voltage Sensors by providing power to the sensors
and receiving on/off commands from the sensor.
Contact Load Rating
Voltage
General
Tungsten
Standard Ballast
Electronic Ballast
347V
20A
20A
20A
16A
All Power Packs provide a 24 VAC secondary source for use with the Low Voltage Diversa Sensors and other Diode Pulse devices.
All switches or loads required to be supported by the sensor must be included in the loading capacity of the Power Pack.
Maximum Load Per Input
Voltage
Max# of linked sensors
24VAC
12
Typical Low Voltage Loads
Device
Part#
Ceiling Mounted Sensor
CCOR/CCVR
Wall Switch Sensor
CCOS/CCVS
Wall Mount Sensor
CCOW/CCVW
Diode Pulse Switch
WR-8601
Current (mA)
9,5mA Standard
14,0mA w/Aux Relay
4mA
Installation & Wiring Directions
Installation
The power pack shall be mounted inside an electrical junction box or panel with a ½” threaded
nipple.
CAUTION
TURN POWER OFF AT THE CIRCUIT BREAKER BEFORE WORKING WITH OR NEAR HIGH VOLTAGE
Wiring
The power packs are equipped with #14 AWG stranded leads. Use appropriate sized wire-nuts to
connect the wires to the incoming load terminations. For installation with field-installed conductors
of 60ºC minimum rating.
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1-Pole Power Pack (347-1)
Details
Electrical Connections
CCP-PP20-347-D
Dimensions & Mounting
The power pack shall be mounted inside an electrical junction box or panel with a ½” threaded
nipple.
CCP-PP20-347-D
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2-Pole Power Pack (120-277-1)
Technical Data
Part No
CCP-PP20-2P-D
2-Pole 120/277VAC
Features
Designed for use with Diversa occupancy sensors and Diode Pulse relays.
2 pole
120/277
Specification
Load Voltage
120/277 VAC
60 Hz
Switched Load
120/277 VAC
2-Pole Independent Switching
See Table for contact rating
Use #14 AWG Wire
Inputs
Diode Pulse
#18AWG wire
Output Power Source
24 VAC, 150 mA
#14AWG wire
Approvals
Certified to CAN/CSA Std. C22.2 No. 14
Conforms to UL 508 Standard
FCC
Title 24
Plenum Rated
Class 2 Rating
Environment
Indoors, stationary, non-vibrating, non-corrosive atmosphere and non-condensing humidity
Ambient Operating Temperature : 14°F to 140°F (-10°C to 60°C)
Storage Temperature : -14°F to 140°F (-25°C to 60°C)
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2-Pole Power Pack (120-277-1)
Technical Data & Details
Operation
The CCP-PP20-2P-D Power Pack work in conjunction with the Diversa Low Voltage Sensors by providing power to the sensors
and receiving on/off commands from the sensor.
Contact Load Rating
Voltage
General
Tungsten
Standard Ballast
Electronic Ballast
120V
20A
20A
20A
16A
277V
20A
20A
20A
16A
All Power Packs provide a 24 VAC secondary source for use with the Low Voltage Diversa Sensors and other Diode Pulse devices.
All switches or loads required to be supported by the sensor must be included in the loading capacity of the Power Pack.
Maximum Load Per Input
Voltage
Max# of linked sensors
24V
12
Typical Low Voltage Loads
Device
Part#
Ceiling Mounted Sensor
CCOR/CCVR
Wall Switch Sensor
CCOS/CCVS
Wall Mount Sensor
CCOW/CCVW
Diode Pulse Switch
WR-8601
Current (mA)
9,5mA Standard
14,0mA w/Aux Relay
4mA
Installation & Wiring Directions
Installation
The power pack shall be mounted inside an electrical junction box or panel with a ½” threaded
nipple.
CAUTION
TURN POWER OFF AT THE CIRCUIT BREAKER BEFORE WORKING WITH OR NEAR HIGH VOLTAGE
Wiring
The power packs are equipped with #14 AWG stranded leads. Use appropriate sized wire-nuts to
connect the wires to the incoming load terminations. For installation with field-installed conductors
of 60ºC minimum rating.
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2-Pole Power Pack (120-277-1)
Details
Electrical Connections
CCP-PP20-2P-D
Dimensions & Mounting
The power pack shall be mounted inside an electrical junction box or panel with a ½” threaded
nipple.
CCP-PP20-D
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Sensor Settings
Sensor Settings
1-Programming - IR / Manual Setting
Programming can be done either with the DIP switches and dials on- board the device or with the CC
IR-3110 Setting Unit. For more details and additional options please see the “CC IR-3110 Manual”
2-Detection (Dual or PIR Only)
When in operation, the sensor will detect initial motion using Passive Infrared; once motion is
detected the ADI-Voice is then is activated to work alongside the PIR to maintain occupancy. The
ADI-Voice can be disabled on any dual tech sensors.
3-Automatic Timeout
By setting the timeout dial to maximum, the sensor will be put into automatic mode which will adjust
the time out automatically to maximize energy savings and occupant comfort.
4-Smart Sensing
When vacancy occurs, sensitivity of the ADI-Voice technology transitions from maximum to zero
over an adaptively determined time period, based on occupancy tendencies. During this period, ADIVoice can turn the lights back on immediately, even with no line-of-sight to the sensor, assuring the
best combination of user convenience and energy savings.
Energy consumption due to false triggers is minimized by the automatic walk-through mode. This
feature turns the lights off after 3 minutes if no occupancy detection occurs in the first 30 seconds
after initial turn on.
5-Vacancy Sensor
The low voltage sensor can be selected as a vacancy (Off only) sensor. This provides additional
energy savings by forcing the user to turn the lights on manually. The low voltage sensor has a builtin override input; allowing for the sensor to be operated as a vacancy sensor. For two pole sensors, it
provides multi-level control capability.
6- Photo Sensing (-P)
When enabled, occupancy alone will not trigger the output state to on. If occupancy is detected AND
there is a deficiency of natural light, the output is triggered on. An increase in natural light will not
force the lights off but as the ambient light level drops the lights will turn on automatically.
7- Daylight Harvest Dimming (0-10V Output) (-D)
The 0-10V output can operate up to 50 ballasts/25mA of LED Drivers. This output can be used for
either a fixed tuned lighting level or in a full range daylight harvesting mode. When set to a fixed dim
level, the dial can be used to raise or lower the light level. When set for photo dimming the dial is used
to select the maintained light level
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Sensor Settings
8-Multi-Level Switching (2-Pole w/o Photo Sensing option)
A switch on the sensor link can be used to either trigger both poles simultaneously or step through a
multi-level sequence as described in the manual.
9- Multi-Level Photo Sensing (2-Pole w/ Photo Option)
Photo sensing on a 2-pole sensor can be configured to either restrict both poles or the secondary
pole only; if set to “Secondary Pole Only”, the primary pole will trigger based on occupancy,
regardless of the photo setting..
10-Sensor Link
The low voltage sensor is equipped with a connection which facilitates communication between
sensors. The sensor link (orange wire) allows multiple sensors to coordinate their signals and act
together as a cohesive zone. This connection provides additional control functions as described
below.
ffDiode Pulse: When a diode switch is connected to the sensor link it provides manual control.
This can be used to toggle the lights ON/OFF. For two pole sensors, it can provide multi-level
sequencing.
ffMaintained AC: If a maintained AC signal is applied to the sensor link, the sensors will be in an
override mode. By default the sensor will turn the lights ON when disabled by this override. This is
settable via the IR setting unit.
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1 Year
Limited Warranty
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and energy management product and system it makes. As such, it warrants to the original user
that its products will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one year
following the date Cristal Controls ships the product.
If any Cristal Controls product is found to be defective in material or workmanship during the
applicable warranty period, Cristal Controls’ liability shall be to repair or replace or refund the
purchase price, at Cristal Controls’ discretion. Cristal Controls’ shall not be held liable for any costs
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any defective product.
Cristal Controls’ limited warranty shall not be effective unless there has been compliance with all
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subject to accident, misuse, mishandling, tampering, negligence, or improper maintenance. Any
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whether expressed or implied, including, but not limited to, any implied warranty of the products.
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