1010606 theLuxa P220 BK_Operating instructions 3.6 MB

1010606 theLuxa P220 BK_Operating instructions 3.6 MB
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4. Connection
Motion detectors
theLuxa P220 WH
theLuxa P220 BK
1010605
1010606
theLuxa P300 WH
theLuxa P300 BK
1010610
1010611
1. Basic safety information
WARNING
WARNING
Danger of death through electric shock or fire!
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Installation should only be carried out by a
qualified electrician!
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Disconnect power source!
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Ensure device cannot be switched on!
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Check absence of voltage!
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Earth and bypass!
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Cover or shield any adjacent live components.
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D1, D2: Suited for switching FELV or a voltage of the same
phases as L
Danger of death through electric shock or fire!
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Installation should only be carried out by a
qualified electrician!
••The device conforms with EN 60669-2-1 if correctly
installed
••IP 55/54 according to EN 60529 (depending on type of
D2 D1
installation)
2. Proper use
••Motion detector for automatic lighting control dependent
on presence and brightness
••Suitable for external wall or ceiling installation
••Suitable for entrances, garages, gardens, corridors, parks,
etc.
••Only intended for installation outside of arm's reach
Disposal
The device can be manually activated with a circuit breaker.
After releasing the button (return of power) the device switches on (for at least 40 secs or for the time set on the device).
5. Installation
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Dispose of device in environmentally sound manner.
3. Description
IP 55
(category II)
IP 54
(category II)
Motion detector
with sensor head
3 potentiometers for
setting
time (min), brightness
(lux) and sensitivity
(metres)
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If applicable, use optional corner bracket (9070904,
9070905) or spacer frame (9070908, 9070909) for flexible
installation as well as cable entry from side or top/bottom.
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1
230V
230V
0FF
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3
Cut out
here
Knob out hole
INTERNAL
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Disconnect power source.
OR
Cut out
here
Knob out hole
EXTERNAL
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Make marks for the holes on the wall (with enclosed drill
template/base).
OR
EXTERNAL
INTERNAL
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Drill holes.
Ø 6 mm
5
60mm
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Feed cable through the seal of the base.
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Fasten base (and spacer frame) to the wall.
φ 6mm
φ 6mm
INTERNAL
EXTERNAL
orOR
OR
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orOR
L
N
Phase
brown
Neutral
conductor
Earthing
conductor
green/yellow
D1, D2 Relay contact
8
N
9
Tighten the screws.
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Neutral
conductor
Earthing
conductor
blue
brown
blue
green/yellow
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Connect the individual wires to the appropriate terminal.
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Tighten screws.
11
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Plug motion detector onto base and engage.
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•recommended installation height: 2 – 4 m
•Transverse detection area: 16 m (transversal to the
detector)
•Frontal detection area: 5 m (directly approaching the
detector)
•Detection angle: 220° or 300°
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Connect motion detector to power supply.
6. Walking test and alignment
Dismounting
The walking test is used to test the detection area and to
restrict it if necessary.
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Set the potentiometer time (min) to test.
Push
The motion detector now only reacts to movements (independent of brightness).
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Using the screwdriver, carefully loosen the upper and lower
snap-fits and pull the device away in a forward direction.
Installation instructions
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Walk through the detection area at a right angle. After the
motion detector has detected a movement, it switches on
for 2 s.
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Pay attention to the direction of motion during the test.
As the detector reacts to variations in temperature, avoid the
following situations:
reflective surfaces such as mirrors, etc.
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Do not install the motion detector near heat sources, such
as heating outlets, air conditioning systems, lamps, etc.
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Do not direct the motion detector at objects that move in
the wind, such as curtains, large plants, etc.
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Pay attention to the direction of motion during the test run.
10s
test
10
min
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Do not direct motion detectors at objects with highly-
D
Align motion detector with sensor head
The sensor head can be turned by 45° downwards, 90°
upwards, and 90° to the left and right.
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30
20
10
40
30
40
20
30
40
20
10
10
40
40
Left
90°
Right
90°
45°
90°
16
3
5 ,0
m m m
220°
300°
6m
10 m
32 m
3
7. Using cover clips
If you want to change the preset time (2 min default)
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Set the potentiometer to the desired time (1 s - 20 min).
2 min
1 min
10
test
2 min
5 min
30 s
min
10s
1s
D
test
10 min
15 min
20 min
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Use the supplied clips, to adjust the motion detector to the
If you want to use the pulse function (e.g. for a staircase light
timer switch)
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Set the potentiometer to . The motion detector is switched on for < 1 s, then off for 9 s. If it detects a movement
again, it switches on again for 1 s.
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Remove the required section of the clips by using pliers or
Setting "twilight switch" function D
desired detection area.
the like.
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Then place on the lens and screw it in.
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When required, use the provided double sided adhesive
tape for fastening the cover clips.
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Set potentiometer to position D. Motion detector only
reacts to brightness and is always on when the set brightness value has not been reached.
Setting the sensitivity (meters)
8. Setting
The motion detector has 3 potentiometers for setting time
(min.), brightness (lux) and sensitivity (metres), etc.
You can reduce the sensitivity; this also reduces the detection
area.
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Set potentiometer metres to the desired sensitivity.
12
mtr
6
4
16
Max. sensitivity
300
4
D
9. Settings with remote control
12
6
mtr
5
lux
test
10
min
10s
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You can also enter the settings with remote controls theSenda
P and theSenda S.
Setting the brightness (lux)
Settings using theSenda P (9070910)
You can set different brightness values (lux) with the
potentiometer.
If you want to change the preset brightness (15 lux default)
The following parameters or functions can be set with theSenda P:
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2
31
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Set the potentiometer to the desired brightness
(5 – 1000 lux).
15 lux
300
lux
5
26
10 Lux
7 Lux
15 Lux
50 Lux
100 Lux
5 Lux
500 Lux
teach-in
1000 Lux
or want a specific brightness value to be learned using the
teach-in function
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At the desired brightness, set the potentiometer to . The
new value will be learned after 15 s.
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Leave the potentiometer at position .
Setting the time (min)
If the motion detector detects no further movement, it switches off after the set time.
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20
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25
24
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9
10
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12
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15
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16
1
Test
Test mode, ends after 10 min
2
Auto
return to Automatic mode
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On
Switch on light (8 hrs)
7
Range +
Increase sensitivity
8
15 lux
Brightness setpoint value 15 lux
4
9
10 lux
Brightness setpoint value 10 lux
10
Lux On
Deactivation of brightness measurement
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800 lux
Brightness setpoint value 800 lux
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60 s
Lighting time delay 60 s
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30 s
Lighting time delay 30 s
14
max. time
max. lighting time delay, 20 min
15
20 min
Lighting time delay 20 min
16
10 min
Lighting time delay 10 min
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2 min
Lighting time delay 2 min
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min. time
min. lighting time delay, 10 s
20
500 lux
Brightness setpoint value 500 lux
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300 lux
Brightness setpoint value 300 lux
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5 lux
Brightness setpoint value 5 lux
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min. lux
min. brightness setpoint value, 1 lux
24
Range –
Reduce sensitivity
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Teach-in
Teaching in the brightness setpoint value
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Off
Switch off light
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D mode
Twilight switch (motion detector deactivated)
Settings by using theSenda S (9070911)
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3
2
6
7
1
D mode
Twilight switch (motion detector deactivated)
2
Off
short button push -> switches off the light
3
On
short button push -> switches on the light
6
Auto
return to Automatic mode
7
Holiday mode
Presence simulation
••Creep under protection: yes
••Brightness setting range:5–1000/∞ lux
••Duty cycle range: 1 s – 20 min
••Permissible ambient temperature: –25 °C to +45 °C
II
••Protection class: Protection
rating:
IP
55
(wall
mounting) and ••
IP 54 (ceiling installation)
(category II) according to EN 60529
Switching capacity:
10 A (cos ϕ = 1)
10 AX (cos ϕ = 0.3)
Min. switching capacity: 24 V/100 mA
Switching contact:
μ-contact 230 V AC
LED lamps < 2 W
60 W
LED lamps >2 W < 8 W 180 W
LED lamps > 8 W
200 W
Incandescent and halogen lamp load: 2300 W
Low-voltage halogen lights: 2300 VA
Fluorescent lamps VVG:
uncorrected:
2300 VA
series-corrected:2300 VA
parallel-corrected:
1300 VA (140 µF)
Fluorescent lamps EB:
1200 W
Compact fluorescent lamps EB:
300 W
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11.Contact
Theben AG
Hohenbergstr. 32
72401 Haigerloch
GERMANY
Phone +49 7474 692-0
Fax +49 7474 692-150
Hotline
Phone +49 7474 692-369
Fax +49 7474 692-207
[email protected]
Addresses, telephone numbers, etc.
www.theben.de
Holiday mode
The holiday mode is a presence simulation, which is intended
to prevent burglary during temporary absence.
10.Technical data
••Operating voltage: 230 V AC, +10 % – 15 %
50 Hz
••Frequency: Standby
output:
0.3 W
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Detection
angle:
220°, 300°
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transverse: max. 16 m,
••Detection area:
frontal: max. 5 m
Installation
height:
2 –4 m
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