LRA1750, LRM1763, LRM1770, LRM1775, LRM1765, LCC172x

LRA1750, LRM1763, LRM1770, LRM1775, LRM1765, LCC172x
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General description
The OccuSwitch Wireless family consists of wireless sensors and an
actuator (relay-box). Savings of up to 30% can be achieved by simply
turning off the lights in unoccupied areas.
The OccuSwitch Wireless is designed for an area of 20 to 25 m2, but
the area can be expanded to 160 m2 by adding extra sensors. It is
possible to link up to 16 sensors and actuators per network.
The wireless sensors enable easy installation and mounting onto the
ceiling or any location. The actuator is connected to the mains wiring at
a convenient place in the (corridor) ceiling.
The OccuSwitch Wireless family consists of:
LRM1763/10
Wireless Sensor
(Movement detector and daylight override)
LRM1770/10
Wireless Corner sensor
LRM1775/10 Wireless Wall sensor
LRM1765/10 Wireless Corridor sensor
LRA1750/10
Wireless Universal Actuator
LCC1720/00
Wieland cable for the Actuator
LCC1723/00
Cable with standard mains plug
(type F for use in Europe)
LCC1727/00
Cable with standard mains plug
(type E for use in France).
LRM1763 Occuswitch Wireless sensor
OccuSwitch Wireless Sensor LRM1770/10, LRM1775/10, LRM1765/10
LRA1750 OccuSwitch Wireless actuator
LCC1720 Wieland cable
LCC1723 St plug type F
LCC1727 St plug type E
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25 mm
Applications
The OccuSwitch Wireless is designed for use in offices and similar
applications like classrooms, including restrooms, corridors, storage and
copy rooms, break areas, etc.
The OccuSwitch Wireless detection pattern (see drawing) is 3.6 by
5.4 meters for small movements (desk work) and 5.4 by 7.2 meters for
larger movement like walking.
8.1 mm
56.4 mm
LRM1763
ø 83.6 mm
ø 83.6 mm
h = 2.5 to 4 m
LRM1763 dimensions
Mounting plate dimensions
3.6m 5.4m
4.3
h = 2.5 m
7.2m
60
84
33.5
5.4m
Detection pattern
7.3
68.1
51.3
44
LRM1775
LRM1770
10m 15m
45°
10m 15m
OccuSwitch Wireless Sensor LRM1770/10, LRM1775/10, LRM1765/10
N
L
L
N
49.2 mm
MRT3 P 5,08/6 VE
47.2 mm
10m
10m
15m
15m
@ 2.3m height
@ 2.3m height
154 mm
500 mm
LRM1765
170.3 mm
6.1m
LRA1750 dimensions
r
GST18i3 oE
plug F or
GST18i3 or
plug F or E
45m
LCC172x dimensions
@ 2.3m height
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Parallel design
Parallel design is used to enlarge the coverage area of OccuSwitch
Wireless. It is possible to connect up to 10 devices in a single wireless
network. When one of the sensors detects movement, all actuators
will switch the lights on. With multiple sensors, OccuSwitch Wireless
can cover a variety of areas. The actuator can switch any load up to
6A (1380 VA). This should be taken in account when luminaires are
connected to the actuator.
To give an impression of the possibilities, 3 network designs are shown.
Network 1 and 2 show a design with 1 actuator and multiple sensors.
The maximum distance between the actuator and the sensor is 10 m.
Network 3 shows a design with multiple actuators and sensors, and the
actuators are separated from the sensors by a wall (wood, stone with
plaster or system wall, no reinforced concrete wall). The wall interferes
with the signal and reduces the maximum distance. The maximum
distance between the actuators is 10 m. The maximum distance
between a sensor and the closest actuator is 8 m.
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5.4m
3.6m
3.6m
5.4m
Position OccuSwitch Wireless sensor
Functions
Automatic Control
The OccuSwitch Wireless switches the lights on automatically when
presence is detected and switches the lights off 1 to 30 minutes after
the area is vacated.
Daylight override
It is possible to prevent the automatic switch-off when sufficient daylight
is available and only switch on when the daylight level drops below the
required level. To enable this function it is necessary to set the required
light level on the sensor. (See Menus on page 6).
Features
Smart timer
If there is little movement within a room, it is possible that the
standard delay time of the sensor is too short. If movement is detected
immediately after switch-off, the lights will switch on immediately and
the delay time is automatically increased by 5%.
Shield
To prevent detection from areas like corridors, the sensor has a
retractable shield that can be used to shield-off areas. Pull out the
sensor shield (indicated on the ring with a dot) and rotate it to the
required side.
3.6m
5.4m
Standard application
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Channel change
The channel change settings can be used to change the communication
channel to mitigate wireless interference, if necessary. The channel
change selects the best available channel to provide secure, reliable
communication between devices.
Power–up state
The power-up state is the action taken by the actuator after it is
connected to the mains for the first time or when there has been
a power failure. The power-up state can be set to OFF or ON by
configuring the actuator. Normal operation resumes after 30 seconds:
• No movement detection: lights will stay off.
• Movement detection and insufficient daylight: lights will switch on.
USB interface
The USB interface enables quick and simple software upgrades in the
field and should be used by Philips engineers only.
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Replace sensor battery
!
Caution: Make sure first to read the SAFETY section before
replacing the battery.
To replace the battery of the LRM1763 sensor:
Step 1Rotate the sensor counterclockwise to remove it from the
mounting plate.
Step 2In a safe and dry place, remove the old battery and insert a
new battery.
Caution: Use only a high quality AA 3.6V DC lithium
battery (SAFT LS 14500) in the sensor. Use of an
improperly rated battery may damage the sensor.
Step 3Place the sensor back on the mounting plate and rotate
clockwise to install it.
Step 4Dispose of the used battery in a proper way. Keep the
battery away from children. Do not disassemble the battery
and do not dispose of the battery in fire.
!
–
Sensor battery low indication
When the battery power is low, the lights will blink once after 10
seconds, every time the lights are switched on. If several sensors are
used, the WINK test can be selected to indicate the sensor with the low
battery power. The green LED starts to blink to indicate that the WINK
test is in progress. The red LED starts to blink during the WINK test
to indicate the sensor with the low battery power. When the battery
power on one of the sensors is too low to send a signal, the actuator
will keep the lights on. The red LED on the sensor starts to blink until
the battery is completely empty.
Note: It is highly recommended to replace the batteries of all sensors in
a network at the same time.
IndicationPeriod
Lights will blink once
After 10 seconds at lights on
Lights on
Continuously
Battery is completely empty
+
USB
1
30
Testing features
Walk test (sensor coverage test)
The Walk test can be used to find the best sensor location. Activate the
test on the sensor and walk around in the area. The illumination of the
sensor LED provides instant feedback to quickly find an ideal sensor
location, reducing errors and callbacks.
WINK test (show linked devices)
Installers can quickly test the wireless connection between the devices
in the network with the WINK test, saving time and improving efficiency.
Meaning
Battery power is low on one of the sensors
Battery power is too low to send a signal
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Fixing
min. 0.75 x h
h = max. 4 m
h
lux
1.5 x h
1.5 x h
Install the actuator
The sensor can be mounted onto the ceiling. When selecting a location
for the sensor, avoid obvious cold spots so that condensation does not
occur. Also do not place the sensor close to heat sources or HVAC
exhausts. The window arrow on the mounting plate of the sensor must
point to the window.
ø Max. 4 mm
Install the sensor
00
S145
L
SAFT
USB
Max. 1 Nm
max. 10 m
Min.
Fe
Window
Fe
1
d >1 m
2
3
ø Max. 4 mm
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WiFi
S
IP
IL
PH
Warning: Avoid wireless systems like WIFI/ZIGBEE within
a radius of 1 m. Wireless systems may interfere with the
network signal of OccuSwitch Wireless. As a result the
OccuSwitch Wireless will continuously search for a channel
which leads to reduced battery life.
Avoid metal walls, metal ceilings, cable ducts, reinforced
concrete walls etc, between the sensor and actuator, as they
will block the signal.
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Electrical installation
The sensor is equipped with a battery and does not have any
electrical connection. The actuator is installed with a screw terminal or
alternatively with a cable with Wieland connector or CEE connector.
L N
LS N
L N
LCC1720
LCC1723
LCC1727
LS N
L
N
N
L
L N
LS N
Commissioning
Create a network
Step 1Briefly press the LINK button on the actuator. The green LED
on the actuator starts to blink.
Step 2Briefly press the LINK button on the sensor. The lights blink
once and switch on and the green LED on the sensor turns
on (in case of success) or the red LED lights up (in case of
failure).
Note: Check if the range is within the required specification when
the red LED lights up. Contact your local Philips representative if the
problem can not be solved.
Step 3Briefly press the LINK button on another sensor and/or
actuator until the network is completed.
Step 4Press the LINK button on the first actuator again to end
commissioning or wait 5 minutes to end it automatically. The
green LED stops blinking.
Add an additional device to the existing network
Step 1Briefly press the LINK button on the actuator that was initially
used to setup the network. The green LED on the actuator
starts to blink.
Step 2Briefly press the LINK button on the sensor or another
actuator. The green LED on the sensor or actuator turns on in
case of success, or the red LED lights up in case of failure.
Note: Check if the range is within the required specification when
the red LED lights up. Contact your local Philips representative if the
problem can not be solved.
Step 3Repeat step 2 until all sensors and/or actuators are added to
the network.
Step 4Press the LINK button on the actuator again to end
commissioning or wait 5 minutes to end it automatically. The
green LED stops blinking.
1
1x
1x
2
+
=
1x
(
3
+
+
+
)
= max. 10
+
off
4
1x
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Commissioning
Shield
Red
Yellow
Green
Link
Link
Red
Yellow
Green
Menu
Create Network (Actuator and Sensor)
Item Action
Indicator
1
Briefly press LINK button on first Green LED on actuator blinks
(initial) Actuator
2
Briefly press button on Sensor
Lights blink once then switch on -
green LED on sensor blinks
3
Briefly press LINK button on Green LED on sensor/actuator blinks
additional Sensor/ Actuator
4
Press LINK button on first actuator to Green LED on first actuator stops
end commissioning.
blinking Results
Sensor added to network
Additional items added to network
Commissioning ended
Daylight override threshold (Sensor)
Item Action
Indicator
Results
1
Press and hold button Red LED blinks once every 2 seconds
2
Briefly press button 3 times Red LED blinks 4 times every 2 seconds Daylight override threshold set
3
Press and hold button
Yellow LED starts to blink
Daylight override threshold Clear area beneath sensor
activated—Calibration begins after
10 seconds
Green LED lights up
Calibration completed
New daylight threshold is set.
Restore default settings (Sensor and/or Actuator)
Item Action
Indicator
Results
1
Press and hold button on sensor Red, yellow and green LEDs flash in
for 10 seconds
sequence
2
Release button on sensor
Red LED blinks, then after 10 seconds, Default settings are restored
yellow LED blinks, then green LED blinks
shortly.
3
Briefly press LINK button on actuator Red, yellow and green LEDs flash in
for 10 seconds
sequence
4
Release LINK button on actuator After 10 seconds, red, yellow and green Default settings are restored
LEDs blink shortly in sequence Item
1
2
3
Change Power-up state (Actuator)
Action
Indicator
Briefly press MENU button Yellow LED blinks once every 2 seconds
Briefly press MENU button once Yellow LED blinks twice every 2 seconds
Briefly press LINK button Green LED lights upGreen LED starts
OR
to blink
Press and hold LINK button
Item
1
2
3
Change Power-up state (Actuator)
Action
Indicator
Briefly press MENU button Yellow LED blinks once every 2 seconds
Briefly press MENU button once Yellow LED blinks twice every 2 seconds
Briefly press LINK button Green LED lights upGreen LED starts
OR
to blink
Press and hold LINK button
Wink Test (Sensor and Actuator)
Item Action
1
Press and hold LINK button 2
Briefly press LINK button once 3
Press and hold LINK button Indicator
Red LED blinks briefly every 2 seconds
Red LED blinks every 2 seconds
Yellow LED blinks on Actuator
Green LED starts to blink
Results
Power-up state set to OFF OR
Power-up state set to ON
Results
Power-up state set to OFF OR
Power-up state set to ON
Results
Wink Test menu entry selected
All devices in the system blink their
green LED
Walk Test (Sensor and Actuator)
Item Action
Indicator
Results
1
Press and hold LINK button Red LED blinks briefly every 2 seconds
2
Briefly press LINK button 2 times Red LED blinks 2 times every 2 seconds Walk Test menu entry selected
3
Press and hold LINK button Yellow LED blinks on Actuator
All sensors in the system blink their
Red LED on sensor starts to blink
red LED when movement is
detected
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Walk test
Step 1Ask other persons to leave the room.
Step 2 Set the time delay at 1 minute on all sensors.
Step 3Select the Walk test on one sensor and wait until the yellow
LED on all sensors starts to blink. This may take a minute.
Make sure the sensor detects movement.
Step 4Move around the room, corners and main workspace and
check that the yellow LED blinks on all sensors.
Step 5Leave the room and wait about 1 minute for the lights to
switch off.
Step 6Enter the room and check that the lights switch on when
passing the doorway.
Step 7 Set the time delay back to the required setting on all sensors.
Set daylight override threshold
Note: Calibration must be done at night and the room must be
furnished.
Step 1Press and hold the LINK button on the sensor until the red
LED starts to blink once every 2 seconds.
Step 2Briefly press the LINK button 3 times to go to set daylight
override threshold. The red LED starts to blink 4 times every
2 seconds.
Step 3Press and hold the LINK button until the yellow LED starts to
blink. Within 10 seconds the calibration starts.
Step 4 Clear the area beneath the sensor.
Step 5The green LED lights up when the calibration is completed.
Delay time occupancy control
With the rotary switch it is possible to elect a delay time between
1 and 30 minutes.
Min.
Restore default settings
To restore the default settings of the sensor or the actuator press and
hold the LINK button for 10 seconds. After 3 seconds the yellow LED
starts to blink (only when sensor is used) and after 10 seconds the red,
yellow, and green LED starts to blink shortly in this sequence to indicate
the default settings are completed. Then the link button can be released.
The device is returned to factory new mode and therefor should be
linked in the network again.
Expected battery life
Application
Intensity
Office
Normal use
Classroom
Normal use
General
Worst case
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Technical data
Actuator
Mains connection Voltage Maximum load Frequency 50Hz
230V +/-10%
6A (1380VA lighting)
Sensor
MaterialPC
Battery type
SAFT LS 14500
Height range
2.1 to 2.5 meters
Storage conditions:
Temperature Relative humidity -20 to +70°C
20% to 90%; no condensation
Operating conditions:
Temperature Relative humidity +5 to +50°C
20% to 90%; no condensation
System:
Maximum linked 16 devices in a
network
Environmental conditions
Storage conditions
Temperature
Relative humidity
-20 to +70°C
20% to 90%; no condensation
Operating conditions
Temperature
Relative humidity
+5 to +50°C
20% to 90%; no condensation
System
Maximum linked
10 devices in a network
Actuator
Mains connection
Frequency50Hz
Voltage 230V +/-10%
Maximum load
6A (1380VA lighting)
Connector screw terminal
MRT3P5.08/6VE (STELVIO)
Maximum wire range
0.75 to 2.5 mm2
Mains distribution systemTN-S, 16A max, with Neutral
grounded
Power consumption
Stand-by
Max.
0.75W max.
0.75W max.
LED indicators
See LEDs and buttons
MaterialPC-ABS
Battery life
7.5 to 10 years
7 to 9 years
4.5 years
Safety
According to Low Voltage
Directive 2006/95/EC
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OccuSwitch Wireless System
StandardsEN/IEC 61347-2-11 Lamp control
gear, Particular requirements for
gear, Particular requirements for
miscellaneous electronic circuits
used with luminaires IEC 60598-1
Luminaires, General requirements
and tests
Classification
Class I
Over voltage
Category III
ApprobationProduct complies with the
relevant European Directive (CE)
and KEMA
Protection Class
IP20
FlammabilityUL94-V-0
Glow wire test
960°C/30s
EMCAccording to EU EMC directive
2004/108/EC
Compliance
IEC (EN) 61347-2-11 / 60598-1
Immunity
ETSI EN 301-489-1/301-489-3
Emission
ETSI EN 301-489-1/301-489-3
EN 55022 Class B
Weight
R&TTE
Applicable standard
0.15 kg
According to Directive 1995/5/EC
EN 300 328 V1.7.1
Packing data
Type
Box dimensions
(mm)
LRA1750/10 Wireless Universal Actuator
17 x 5 x 5
LRM1763/10 OS Wireless Multi Sensor
11 x 6 x 9
LRM1765/10 OS Wireless Corridor sensor
11 x 9 x 6
LRM1770/10 OS Wireless Corner sensor
11 x 9 x 6
LRM1775/10 OS Wireless Wall sensor
11 x 9 x 6
LCC1720/00 Wieland Cable
32 X 24 X 2
LCC1723/00 ST Plug Cable MidEur
32 X 24 X 5
LCC1727/00 ST Plug Cable France
32 X 24 X 5
Ordering Data
Type
MOQ
LRA1750/10 Wireless Universal Actuator
1
LRM1763/10 OS Wireless Multi Sensor
1
LRM1765/10 OS Wireless Corridor sensor
1
LRM1770/10 OS Wireless Corner sensor
1
LRM1775/10 OS Wireless Wall sensor
1
LCC1720/00 Wieland Cable
1
LCC1723/00 ST Plug Cable MidEur
1
LCC1727/00 ST Plug Cable France
1
3222 636 33260
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Data subject to change
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Sensor
MaterialPC
Battery type
SAFT LS 14500
Battery life
See table
Detection range
See detection pattern
Light sensorMaximum Light Level:
1000 Lux at 50% reflection.
Minimum Light Level:
200 Lux at 10% reflection.
Weight (with battery)
0.10 kg
SafetyAccording to Low Voltage
Directive 2006/95/EC
StandardsEN/IEC 61347-2-11 Lamp control
gear, Particular requirements for
gear, Particular requirements for
miscellaneous electronic circuits
used with luminaires IEC 60598-1
Luminaires, General requirements
and tests
EMCAccording to EU EMC directive
2004/108/EC
Compliance
IEC (EN) 61347-2-11
Immunity
ETSI EN 301-489-1/301-489-3
Emission
ETSI EN 301-489-1/301-489-3
EN 55022 Class B
Occupancy timer
1 to 30 minutes
R&TTE
According to Directive 1999/5/EC
Qty
Material
Cardboard
Cardboard
Cardboard
Cardboard
Cardboard
Plastic bag
Plastic bag
Plastic bag
Weight (Kg)
net
0.155
0.060
0.063
0.063
0.063
0.130
0.270
0.280
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
gross
0.200
0.117
0.155
0.155
0.155
0.140
0.280
0.290
Ordering number
9137 003 52903
9137 003 53003
9137 003 52003
9137 003 51603
9137 003 51803
9137 003 37203
9137 003 37503
9137 003 37903
EAN code level 1
8718291 225775
8718291 225751
8718291 250654
8718291 250616
8718291 250630
8727900 914009
8727900 914023
8727900 914047
EAN code level 3
8718291 225782
8718291 225768
8718291 250661
8718291 250623
8718291 250647
8727900 914016
8727900 914030
8727900 914054
EOC
225775 00
225751 00
250654 00
250616 00
250630 00
914009 00
914023 00
914047 00
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