The MPC-50L 360 passive infrared (PIR) occupancy sensors turn lighting systems on and off based on occupancy and ambient light levels. The light level feature keeps lights from turning on if the ambient light level is sufficient.
The sensors can be configured to turn lighting on, and hold it on as long as the sensor detects occupancy. After no movement is detected for a user specified or Autoset time (5s to 30 minutes) the lights are switched off. A "walk-through" mode can turn lights off after only 3 minutes, if no activity is detected after 30 seconds of an occupancy detection.
The MPC-50L operates on 24V supplied by MPP-24 Power Packs.
|Power Supply||MPP-24 Power Pack (Purchased separately)|
|Adjustment Time Delay||5 Sec. to 30 Min.(DIP switch)|
|Walk-Through Mode||3 min if no activity after 30sec.|
|Test Mode||5 sec. upon initial power-up or DIP switch reset|
|Sensitivity Adjustment||50% or 100% (DIP switch )|
|Adjustment Light Level||10FC - 150FC|
|Operating Temperature||0℃ to +55℃|
|Standards & Certifications|
|Warranty||2 Year Limited|
. Passive Infrared Technology(PIR)
. 360 ° field of view, 1200sq.ft
. Time Delay is adjustable from 5 seconds to 30 minutes
. Simple and fast installation
. Adjustable sensitivity settings
. 360 °Fresnel lens for superior occupancy detection
. Light level is adjustable.
. Certification: UL/CUL Listed
The sensors are factory preset to allow for quick installation in most applications. Verification of proper wiring or coverage, or customizing the sensor's settings can be done using the following procedures. To make adjustments, open the Front Cover with a small screwdriver. There is a 40-second warm-up period when power is first applied.
Before making adjustments, make sure the office furniture is installed, lighting circuits are turned on, and the HVAC systems are in the overridden/on position. VAV systems should be set to their highest airflow. Set the DIP switches to the desired settings. See "DIP Switch Setting".
The MPC-50L provides a 360° coverage pattern, up to 1200 square feet. The coverage shown represents walking motion at a mounting height of 8 feet. For building spaces with lower levels of activity or with obstacles and barriers, coverage size may decrease.
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