360 Degrees 120/277VAC Dual Technology Occupancy Sensor Ceiling Mount
The MDC-50V 360 Degrees Dual-Technology Occupancy Sensor combines advanced passive infrared (PIR) and ultrasonic technologies into one unit. The combined technologies help to avoid false triggering. Selectable operating modes allow the sensor to turn a load on, and hold it on as long as either or both technologies detect occupancy. After no movement is detected
for the selected time delay, the lights switch off.
|Power Supply||not Required|
|Input Voltage||120/277VAC, 50/60Hz|
|Adjustment Time Delay||15 Sec. to 30 Min.|
|Test Mode||Delaytime is 5 sec. lasts 30 min. at each time by setting|
|PIR Adjustment||50% or 100% (DIP switch 1 )|
|Ultrasonic Adjustment||Minimum to Maximum (trimpot 1)|
|Light Level Adjustment||100 Lux-daylight (trimpot 2)|
|Incandescent||800W 120VAC, 60Hz|
|Fluorescent||800VA 120VAC / 1600VA 277VAC, 60Hz|
|Motor||1/4Hp, 120VAC, 60Hz|
|Operating Temperature||0℃ to +55℃|
|Standards & Certifications|
|Warranty||2 Year Limited|
Refer to the wire diagram of the sensor,and connect the wires of ceiling sensors as followed by using the wire nuts provided.
1. Connect the Hot wire to the Black wire from the sensor.
2. Connect the Load wire to the Red wire from the sensor.
3. Connect the Neutral wire to the White wire from the sensor.
Using an octagonal junction box
1.Pull the high voltage wires into the J-BOX through the conduit knockout.
2.Connect the high voltage wires to the appropriate teminals on the sensor.
3Loosen the app;oance mounting screws attached to the J-BOX.
4.Align the sensor in the J-BOX so that the mounting screws on the box match the key holes on the sensor's rear housing
5.Push the sensor up into the J-BOX and twist it so that the mounting screws are seated in the keyhole slots.
6.Tighten the two screws to secure the sensor to the J-BOX.
7.Snap the front cover onto the sensor.
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