Legrand CS-200 Installation Instruction

Legrand CS-200 Installation Instruction
Model#:
CS-200
The CS-200 is a
personal desktop
controller for lighting
and outlets. It uses
passive infrared
occupancy sensing
technology and signals
remote receivers to
control dimmed and
switched loads.
Features include:
• Remote dimming of
overhead lights
• Switching controlled
outlets of power
strips
• Selectable
occupancy based
control of overhead
lights and outlets
Installation & Operation
Control Tower
Transmitter
Santa Clara, CA 95050
1(800)879-8585 1(972)578-1699
70-0022-00 6/98
The Watt Stopper ®, Inc. Santa Clara, CA 95050 USA
1(800) 879-8585 1(972)578-1699
U.S.Patents:
4,787,722
5,455,487
CONTENTS
Quick Start
page:
Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . front cover
Quick Start:
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Placement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Optional Settings:
Changing Operating Modes & Time Delays . 6, 7
Customizing the Control Functions . . . . . 8, 9
Address Planning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Setting the Transmitter Address . . . . . . 10, 11
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12, 13
OPERATION
The CS-200 lets you adjust light levels and switch outlets on and off
from the convenience of your desk. When shipped from the factory,
the CS-200 operates in Preset Mode and performs the following functions:
Occupancy Sensor
When the controlled space has been
vacated for 15 minutes (Primary delay),
the CS-200 will dim the lights to a low level
and switch the controlled outlets off.
If the space is still vacant 15 minutes
later (Secondary delay), the CS-200 will
turn the lights off. When the space is
reoccupied, the CS-200 will automatically
restore the lighting level and outlets to
the state they were in when the space
was last occupied.
Transmitter
Occupancy
Sensor
1
3
2
4
ON/OFF
Ordering Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Warranty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
FCC Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Indicator
light
shows
that power
to outlets
is ON
Overhead Lighting Control Buttons
1 Turns lights on to 100% intensity
2 Turns lights off
3 Turns lights on to 50% intensity
4 Turns lights on to 10% intensity
Press the button corresponding to the
desired intensity and the lights will fade
to the new preset over two seconds.
For instructions on
manual dimming
or changing sensor
time delays, please
refer to the section on
"Changing Operating
Modes & Time Delays."
Outlet Control Button
The On/Off button switches the controlled
outlets on the connected Isolé power
strip on and off.
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PLACEMENT
INSTALLATION
The CS-200 can stand on a desktop or be mounted to a vertical
surface (see “Installation”). Choose a convenient location that gives
the sensor a clear view of the area for proper occupancy detection.
• The top of the CS-200
is an infrared transmitter.
It must have a clear
Receiver
Lights
Cell
view of the associated
receivers.
Power Strip
• The sensor housing can
Receiver
be rotated to optimize
coverage.
Caution: The sensor
should be directed
Isolé power strip
away from unwanted
coverage areas such
as open doors or
Isolé power strip
entrances.
CS-200
The CS-200 can stand alone with the attached
Base bracket, or it can be mounted with the
Mounting bracket to any hard, smooth, vertical
surface, such as a computer monitor, binder bin,
book case or wall.
The Watt Stopper
Quick Start
UNCONTROLLED
Quick Start
CONTROLLED
SENSOR
The Watt Stopper
UNCONTROLLED
CONTROLLED
SENSOR
The Watt Stopper
1. Remove the Base bracket.
2. Before mounting, determine that the cable
will reach comfortably from the CS-200’s
mounting location to the power strip.
3. The double-sided mounting tape can
be attached to the side or to the back
of the mounting bracket. Attach the
mounting bracket vertically.
Connect the Isolé power strip:
The Watt Stopper
Mounting
bracket
Double-sided
tape
The Watt Stopper
CONTROLLED
Connect the small end of the
connector cable to the CS-200.
Plug the large end of the cable
into the connector labeled
SENSOR on an appropriate
Isolé power strip or power
block. The strip must have
a 6-position modular jack
designed for an Isolé sensor.
Flat surface
UNCONTROLLED
Sensor Coverage Pattern
Optional Mounting bracket installation:
SENSOR
Isolé power strip
CS-200
with Base bracket
Congratulations! You’ve finished the Quick Start setup of the CS-200.
Side View
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Overhead View
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It’s now ready to control lighting and outlets as described on page 3.
On the back of the User Reference Guide, write down the location and
check the appropriate boxes for the setup of the CS-200.
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Optional Settings
Optional Settings
CHANGING OPERATING MODES & TIME DELAYS
Occupancy Sensor
(1)
The CS-200 is shipped from the factory with
E 0 2 (3)
the rotary switch set to position 5 as shown
here. The switch setting determines both the
4
C
operating mode (manual or preset) and the
occupancy sensor time delays, shown in the
A 8 6 (5)
chart below, and must be set to a position
(9) (7)
from 0 through 9 during operation. The other
Rotary Switch
switch positions are used to customize
Corresponding number
control functions.
shown in parenthesis
The rotary switch is located on the bottom of
the CS-200. To change the setting, use the small screwdriver supplied
to rotate the switch to the position corresponding to the desired operation.
When the controlled space has been
vacated for a selected period of time
(Primary delay), the CS-200 will switch
the controlled outlets off and will either
dim or turn off the lighting. Depending
on the switch setting, the lights will
either remain at the dimmed levels
(settings 2 and 7) or, if the space
remains vacant for another selected
period of time (Secondary delay), the
CS-200 will turn the lights off. When
the space is reoccupied, the CS-200
will automatically restore the lighting
level and outlets to state they were in
when the space was last occupied.
MODES:
MANUAL
PRESET
The levels shown
are factory default
and can be
customized by
user.
ROTARY
BUTTON OPERATION:
SWITCH
POSITION:
1
2
3
4
0
1
2
3
4
ON
OFF
Raise
Lower
PRIMARY SECONDARY
TIME DELAY: TIME DELAY:
OUTLETS TURN OFF
& LIGHTS EITHER:
DIM
ON
OFF
Raise
Lower
OFF
Raise
Lower
ON
OFF
Raise
Lower
ON
OFF
Raise
Lower
5
. 5
100%
0%
50%
10%
15
6
7
8
9
100%
0%
50%
10%
100%
0%
50%
10%
100%
0%
50%
10%
100%
0%
50%
10%
.= factory setting
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15
3
4
Manual Mode: (switch settings 0–4)
Remain at
dimmed level
15
7-1/2
ON/OFF
-
3 = Raise (hold/release)
15
15
4 = Lower (hold/release)
Remain at
dimmed level
15
7-1/2
5
1 = ON (to previous level)
2 = OFF
10
ON/OFF = Switches controlled outlets
10
(all time delays in minutes)
For instructions on changing the lighting levels assigned to the
preset buttons or on disabling selected occupancy sensor controls,
please see the section on “Customizing the Control Functions.”
Controlled outlets on power strips equipped with RM-2 receivers
may be switched by buttons 1–4 or by the On/Off button. See note in
“Address Planning.”
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2
or TURN OFF
15
ON
1
LIGHTS TURN OFF
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Buttons 1 through 4
function differently
depending on mode
Preset Mode: (switch settings 5–9)
1 = Preset 1 (default-100%)
2 = Preset 2 (default-OFF)
In Preset Mode,
lights fade smoothly to
the new level over
two seconds
3 = Preset 3 (default-50%)
4 = Preset 4 (default-10%)
ON/OFF = Switches controlled outlets
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Optional Settings
Optional Settings
CUSTOMIZING THE CONTROL FUNCTIONS
Only one setup choice may be
selected per setup routine. If you wish
to reconfigure several options, simply
perform successive setup routines for
each selection.
Note: To assign new preset levels,
first put the CS-200 in Manual mode
(rotary switch settings 0–4) and use
the raise/lower buttons (3 and 4) to
set the desired new preset level
before beginning the setup routine.
The following attributes may be customized from the factory set operation
by performing a variety of setup routines:
• Enable/Disable selected Occupancy Sensor Control
• Select Manual-On or Auto-Restore upon occupancy
• Set Custom Preset Levels
• Reset Factory Defaults (caution - this will also reset address)
Please refer to the chart for a detailed explanation of the control
functions that may be customized using the following setup routines.
CONTROL FUNCTION
SENSOR CONTROL OF
REMOTE LIGHTING
(Enable/Disable &
Auto/Manual set separately)
SENSOR CONTROL OF
OUTLETS
(Enable/Disable &
Auto/Manual set separately)
SET CUSTOM
PRESET LEVELS
(see note below)
RESTORE
FACTORY DEFAULTS
ROTARY
SWITCH
POSITION
1
2
3
4
ON/OFF
C
ENABLE
(default)
DISABLE
AUTO-RESTORE
(default)
MANUAL-ON
CANCEL
SETUP
D
ENABLE
(default)
DISABLE
AUTO-RESTORE
(default)
MANUAL-ON
CANCEL
SETUP
E
RECORD
CURRENT
LIGHT LEVEL
TO BUTTON 1
(default – 100%)
RECORD
CURRENT
LIGHT LEVEL
TO BUTTON 2
(default – 0%)
RECORD
CURRENT
LIGHT LEVEL
TO BUTTON 3
(default – 50%)
RECORD
CURRENT
LIGHT LEVEL
TO BUTTON 4
(default – 10%)
F
BUTTON COMMANDS DURING SETUP ROUTINES
RESETS CS-200 TO DEFAULT SETTINGS
CANCEL
SETUP
CANCEL
SETUP
(CAUTION: THIS ACTION WILL ALSO RESET TOWER ADDRESS TO G1/C1)
Before beginning a setup routine, note the numerical position of the
rotary switch on the base of the CS-200. Access the switch by
removing the Tower from the base bracket or mounting bracket.
1. To activate one of the setup routines, select one of the letters, C-F,
from the chart and set the rotary switch to the corresponding
position with the small screwdriver supplied.
2. Press the large On/Off button once. The indicator light will flash,
showing that a setup function is in process. The function can be
cancelled by pressing On/Off again.
3. Press one of the buttons, 1-4, as shown in the chart to select the
corresponding option. Setup is then complete.
4. To resume operation, reset the rotary switch to the original numerical
position.
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(F)
(D) E
0
C
(B) A
(9)
8
(1)
2 (3)
4
6 (5)
(7)
Rotary Switch
Shown set to position 5
For example: To select Manual-On operation for the outlets controlled
by the On/Off button, set the rotary switch to position D in step 1
of the setup routine, and press button 4 during step 3. If occupancy
sensor control for the outlets is enabled it will turn them off after the
area is vacated, but will no longer restore them to on upon occupancy.
If sensor control is desired, but is disabled or its condition is unknown,
repeat the setup routine, again setting the switch to position D in
step 1, but pressing button 1 in step 3.
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Optional Settings
Optional Settings
ADDRESS PLANNING
Setting the Channel address
Multiple occupants of an open plan office space can use CS-200s
without affecting each other's environments because of an addressing
system that identifies each transmitter. When a CS-200 sends an infrared
signal, it identifies itself and only receivers that have been instructed
to respond to that address will listen.
If you are using the CS-200 in an enclosed location, the choice of
address is not critical. It is important that the CS-200 and the receivers
it is to control have corresponding addresses. The factory set address
for the CS-200 is Group 1, Channel 1.
If you are using the CS-200 in a location where it could signal receivers
intended to be controlled by other transmitters, it is likely that your
CS-200 transmitter and related receivers have already been assigned
addresses during system commissioning. Refer to the documentation
for the addressing scheme for your installation or to the IRC Address
Planning Instructions and the associated receivers’ instructions.
SETTING THE TRANSMITTER ADDRESS
IRC addresses consist of two parts, Group and Channel, each with a
value from 1 to 16. Make a note of the new address you wish to
assign to the CS-200.
Access the rotary switch in the base of the tower by removing the
tower from the base bracket or mounting bracket. Before manipulating
the switch, note where the arrow is pointing.
Setting the Group address
1. Set the rotary switch to position A with the small screwdriver supplied.
2. Press the large On/Off button once. The indicator light will flash,
showing that a setup function is in process. The function can be
cancelled by pressing On/Off again.
3. While the light is flashing, rotate the switch again to match the value
of the Group address. (If necessary, use the translations shown below.)
4. To store the new address, press one of the small control buttons (1-4).
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1. Set the rotary switch to position B.
2. Press the On/Off button once.
3. With the indicator light flashing, rotate the switch to match the value
of the new Channel address.
4. Press one of the small control buttons (1–4) to store the new address.
Addressing is then complete. To resume operation, reset the rotary
switch to the original numerical position.
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Note: If an address value higher than 9 will
be used (for example Group 1, Channel 13),
translate the number to the designation shown
in the diagram. This translation enables the
address values to be assigned to the CS-200
using the 16 position rotary switch which is
labeled 0–9 and A–F.
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14
0
13 E
1
3
4 4
12 C
11 A
10
9
2
2
8
5
6
6
8 7
Rotary Switch
Address translations
shown in gray
Programming Remote Receivers
Transmitters may be used to program addresses into receivers.
To use the CS-200 to set receiver addresses, follow the receiver
instructions. When you are instructed to press and hold the Off button,
make sure that the CS-200 is in Manual mode (rotary switch settings
0-4). Use button 2 (Off) to perform the programming functions. Do NOT
use the large On/Off button.
If remote power strips equipped with RM-2 receivers are to be
controlled by the CS-200, the outlets may be switched together with
the remote overhead lighting or with the local outlets. To switch
with the overhead lighting, assign the RM-2 the same address as
the CS-200. To switch with the local outlets, using the large On/Off
button, assign the RM-2 the same Group address as the CS-200,
but a Channel address three higher than the CS-200. (Example:
CS-200 = Group 1, Channel 1; RM-2 = Group 1, Channel 4.)
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TROUBLESHOOTING
First, check installation:
Check that the CS-200 is properly connected to the Isolé power strip.
Toggle the large On/Off button. It should glow green when power is
supplied to the controlled outlets. If the indicator light glows, proceed
to the next section. If the light does not function, check the power strip.
It must be plugged into a properly wired and grounded outlet. If the
line and neutral are reversed, or there is no ground, no power will be
available to the CS-200 even though the uncontrolled outlets on the
strip may have power. Check the Reset(On)/Off switch and the
indicator light labeled "Wiring" on the power strip to test the building
outlet. If this green light is on, proceed. If not, correct the wiring or
choose an alternate outlet.
Controlled outlets don't respond, but On/Off indicator light
functions:
Check any local switches on the loads connected to the controlled
outlets. With the CS-200 On/Off button on (green light glowing),
activate the switches on the equipment.
CS-200 doesn't operate, but On/Off indicator light flashes
when pressed:
Check the rotary mode selection switch on the base of the CS-200.
It has been left in a setup mode (position A-F), not an operating mode
(positions 0–9). Press the On/Off button once to turn the indicator light off,
then refer to pages 6 and 7, select the appropriate operating mode
and reset the switch.
Overhead lighting does not respond to buttons 1–4, but
controlled outlets switch when On/Off is pressed:
Either the lighting control receiver is not properly installed, or the address
of the CS-200 and the lighting receiver do not match.
To verify that the lighting receiver is installed and operating properly,
reset the CS-200 to the Universal address for lighting control (Group 16,
Channel 10), then reset the rotary switch to the desired operating mode
and verify that buttons 1–4 control the lighting. If proper operation of
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the CS-200 and receiver are confirmed, reset the addresses of both
according to your system documentation. If the lighting still does not
operate refer to documentation for the receiver and/or control module
and correct the installation.
Do not leave your CS-200 set to the Universal address, as it will then
operate all lighting receivers within transmitter range.
The lights don’t come on when I enter the area:
In Auto-Restore operation the CS-200 will restore lights and outlets to
the state they were in when the area was vacated. If you turned them
off manually, you will have to turn them back on manually.
If you did not turn the lights or outlets off manually and they don’t
come back on with occupancy, the CS-200 has been customized
for Manual-On operation.
The button functions are wrong:
Refer to pages 6 and 7 for a description of proper button functions.
If buttons are operating in the wrong mode, check the rotary mode
selection switch on the base of the CS-200. Select the appropriate
operating mode from the chart on page 6 and reset the switch.
If the buttons appear to be operating the wrong lights or are performing
unexpected functions, the addressing of either the CS-200 or one or
more of the receivers is incorrect. Refer to system documentation for
the correct addressing, and to pages 10 and 11 for instructions for
resetting the CS-200 address.
The controlled devices turn off while I am in the room:
Adjust the location of the Control Tower or rotate the sensor to better
view the motion in the area (see “Placement”). You may want to choose
an operating mode with a longer time delay.
The controlled devices turn on when someone walks by
my office or area:
Reorient or rotate the sensor so that even its peripheral view will not
sense occupants through an open door or in an adjacent area (see
“Placement”).
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WARRANTY
SPECIFICATIONS
The Watt Stopper, Inc. warrants the CS-200 to be free of defects in
materials and workmanship for a period of five years. There are no
obligations or liabilities on the part of The Watt Stopper, Inc. for
consequential damages arising out of or in connection with the use or
performance of this product or other indirect damages with respect to
loss of property, revenue, or profit, or cost of removal, installation or
reinstallation.
Power source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +12VDC from Isolé power strip
Signal . . . . . . . 950nm wavelength, 36kHz modulation infrared signal
Address space . . . . . . . . . . . . Sends data on four address channels
Occupancy sensor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Passive Infrared
Sensor field of view. . Horizontal - 120°, Vertical - 2° up and 8.6° down
from centerline
Sensor warm-up time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 seconds
ORDERING INFORMATION
FCC USER INFORMATION
Catalog #
IRT-1000-120
IRT-1000-277
IRT-1000
CS-200
IRC-1
RM-1
RM-2
PS-P1000
PS-P2050
PS-W2000
PS-C1050
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Description
IRC-1, RM-1, CS-200, PS-P2050, B power pack
IRC-1, RM-1, CS-200, PS-P2050, B power pack
IRC-1, RM-1, CS-200
Desktop transmitter
Control module
Ceiling mount receiver cell for IRC-1
Power strip receiver module
6 outlet Isolé power strip
8 outlet Isolé power strip
8 outlet wall mount Isolé power strip
5 outlet Isolé power control center
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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