Installation Instructions

Installation Instructions
Description – Disco 14W LED Polycarbonate Ceiling / Wall Light
c/w Microwave Sensor
Installation Instructions
Luminaire Code(s) –
General Installation Instructions
These instructions should be read carefully prior to any installation and retained after completion for further
reference and maintenance. Please give these instructions to the building owner/occupier after installation.
Important Safety
Before installation, maintenance or lamp replacement, ensure that the mains supply to the luminaire is switched
off and the circuit supply fuses are removed or the circuit breaker is turned off.
It is recommended that only a qualified electrical contractor carries out the installation of this luminaire and that
the luminaire is installed in compliance with the current edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations.
The person carrying out the installation is to check and verify that the total load on the circuit, including that of this
luminaire does not exceed the rating of the circuit cable, fuse or circuit breaker.
Where a luminaire incorporates discharge control gear (inductive load), the circuit capacity and ratings require
careful sizing to avoid nuisance tripping of the protective device used in the installation.
Where applicable, careful consideration should be taken during installation to ensure that all fixings and/or
suspensions are of a suitable size for the luminaire being installed.
1. All luminaires are manufactured & tested in compliance with the requirement contained within BS EN 60598 and are CE marked.
2. All luminaires that are of Class 1 construction and that are marked accordingly, MUST be earthed.
3. All luminaires are designed to operate at 230Volts AC -6%/+10% = 216Volts to 252Volts. Do not operate outside these voltages.
4. All luminaires are only suitable for applications within their rated Ingress Protection limits as stated.
5. This luminaire is designed for internal use only.
Exclusions to Warranty
Please Note - The limited warranty shall be null and void in the following circumstances:Failure by the installer, end user or any third party to exercise caution to protect any covered product or part from outside
damage, adverse temperature (normal operating ambient temperature 0 - 25°C), humidity conditions, fluctuations in the
electrical system or physical abuse as well as failure related to workmanship in the installation of the products or parts.
Remove the diffuser from the base by rotating anti-clockwise. Unscrew the retaining screws and rotate the gear tray to remove.
Carefully remove the knock-out (20mm cable entry and Besa mountings at centre of the base).
Position and fix the base to a suitable solid surface using screws supplied, sealant should be applied around the screw heads to reduce
water ingress if the luminaire is to be mounted externally (Luminaires should not be installed where the illuminated surface is within 0.5m
from the front of the fitting). NOTE: If mounting on a BESA conduit box, a suitable gasket (rubber) should be used.
Secure supply cable into the luminaire through cable entry ensuring that a cable gland, grommet or sealing compound is used to maintain
the IP rating of the luminaire.
It is the installer’s responsibility to provide adequate electrical connections to maintain the correct IP rating for the installed environment.
This is in accordance to BS EN 7671.
Terminate the cable into the terminals ensuring correct polarity is observed.
Please see below for electrical connections.
Electrical Connections
Connect as follows:-
BROWN OR RED (switched)
Re-attach the gear tray and fix back into position.
Se the microwave sensor to the desired settings. For setting information please see page 2.
Re-fit the diffuser, taking care to ensure it is properly seated.
Restore power supply, switch on and test for satisfactory operation.
It is the responsibility of the installer/specifier to determine the suitability of this luminaire for the application. Luminaire types
with high IP rating protection may not be suitable for installations with prolonged daily use within an area of high ambient
temperature which will lead to the accumulation of heat within the luminaire and not being able to dissipate from the body,
affecting life span of components.
1. This luminaire contains no serviceable parts.
2. If replacing the LED Driver, please ensure the driver has a secondary output is 350mA constant current with a power rating of 15W.
Disposal of Electronic Equipment WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC
This product falls within the scope of the Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment Directive
(WEEE), which means the product should not be disposed of as normal household waste.
Ensure that this luminaire and lamp is disposed of in accordance with the WEEE Directive.
Contact a local Council Waste Dept. Local Amenity Site, or the Environment Agency for
further information. RoHS - All components and materials used in this product are RoHS
2002/95/EC compliant.
Blue / Black
Brown / Red
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Technical Specifications
Microwave Motion Sensor
220/240V ~ 50Hz / 60Hz
5.8GHz CW radar
800W (resistive load
400W (inductive load)
30 ~ 150o
Approx 0.9W
1 ~ 5m (radi), adjustable
5s – 25min (25mins recommended)
0 ~ 50 C
The sensor is an active motion detector. It emits a high Frequency electromagnetic wave 5.0GHz and
receives its echo. The sensor detects the change in echo from movement in its detection zone. A
microprocessor then triggers the switch light ON command. Detection is possible through doors,
panels glass and thin walls.
NOTE : The high Frequency output of this sensor is <1mW approx just 1% of the transmission power of a
mobile telephone or microwave oven.
Detection Range
This determines the effective range of the motion sensor and is set by the DIP switches at the sensor itself refer to figure. Note that reducing the sensitivity will also
narrow the detection range.
The following settings are available:
I – Maximum range of upto 5M
II – Range upto 3.5M
III – Range upto 2.5M
IV – Range upto 1.5M
V – Range upto 1M
Hold Time
This determines the time the fitting remains at 100% level on motion detection and is set with the DIP switches at the sensor refer to figure. The walk test setting is useful
when installing the fitting to establish the correct operation and range. The switching frequency of LED luminaires will not affect the stated average lamp life.
The following settings are available:
I – Walk test mode 10 seconds
II – 30 seconds
III – 5 minutes
IV – 20 minutes
V – 25 minutes (Recommended)
Daylight Sensor
Due to the sensor being installed within a luminaire, the photocell should always be in the disabled position.
The following settings available:
V – Daylight photocell disabled
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