Desa HD-9140 User Manual

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WIDE ANGLE REPLACEMENT
MOTION SENSOR
Model HD-9140
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Contents
Introduction .................................................................................................. 3
Installation .....................................................................................................5
Standard Wiring ....................................................................................... 5
Wall Mount ............................................................................................... 5
Eave Mount ............................................................................................... 5
Controlling Additional Fixtures With Your JourneyMan
Replacement Motion Sensor ................................................................... 6
Finish Mounting .......................................................................................7
Specifications ............................................................................................ 7
Test and Adjustment .................................................................................... 8
Expected Coverage ................................................................................... 9
Operation .................................................................................................... 11
Troubleshooting Guide.............................................................................. 12
JourneyMan® Lifetime Warranty ...............................................................13
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Introduction
Dear Consumer:
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We would like to thank you for purchasing this JourneyMan Products™ feel that you have purchased the most durable motion sensor available today. This JourneyMan® product will give you a lifetime worth of operation. We are so confident with the durability of this product that we are backing it with a Lifetime Warranty.
Enhanced Performance Features
Rugged gripping teeth and finger screw provide full three-dimension adjustment of sensor head.Eight silicon rubber gaskets seal internal components and controls from severe environmental conditions.Stainless steel screws to prevent rust and corrosion.Built in 1.25 Mega Watt surge protection.A.S.I.C. (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) design allows more reliable performance.Range Boost option to extend range for those hard to cover areas.Extremely wide angle coverage (up to 270°).Easy to control other lights with your JourneyMan
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fixture (up to 1000 Watts total load).
Expanded lens area receives more infrared light improving detection sensitivity.Pulse count technology reduces false sensing from wind and rain for professional reliability.Automatic photocell deactivates unit in daylight to save energy.Power outage reset. Turns light off automatically if turned on by power interruption or electrical
storm.
Selectable light timer to set the time lights stay on after motion has been detected.Sensitivity control allows adjustment of coverage range.Manual override to turn lights on/off at your convenience with existing indoor wall switch.
product. We at DESA Specialty
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Package Contents
Additional Items Needed
Motion Sensor
Lens shield
Manual
Hardware Pack 4Wire nuts 2 #6-32 X 3/4" (19 mm) screws
(for small rectangular boxes)
2 #8-32 X 3/8" (10 mm) screws
(fixture to universal adaptor)
4 #8-32 X 3/4" (19 mm) screws
(for circular or octagon boxes)
2 #10-24 X 1/2" (13 mm) screws
(for water tight boxes)
Screwdriver
Pliers to tighten locknut
Ladder
Fixture capable of accommodating the sensor head
Lamps for fixture
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Installation
CAUTION: BEFORE STARTING THE INSTALLATION, TURN THE POWER OFF AT THE
CIRCUIT BREAKER.
If you want to use the Manual Override feature you will need to install the fixture on a circuit controlled by a switch. If controlling more than one fixture with this sen­sor, refer to page 6.
Standard Wiring
Screw the JourneyMan sor into a base plate or lighting fixture that will accommodate the sensor.
If your fixture has a gasket, make sure it is in place before connecting any wires.
Connect the junction box wires to the sensor and fixture wires as shown below. Twist together and secure with wire connectors provided.
All White
Junction
Box
wires
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replacement motion sen-
Black sensor
wire to Black
junction box wire
Wall Mount
Loosen the thumb-
screws holding the sensor head and lamp holders.
Adjust the various
parts so that the fix­ture looks similar to this illustration.
Finger tighten the
thumbscrews at this time.
Eave Mount
Loosen the thumb-
screws holding the sensor head and lamp holders.
Adjust the various
parts so that the fix­ture looks similar to this illustration.
Finger tighten the
thumbscrews at this time.
Green ground
wire to junction
box ground wire
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Red sensor
wire to Black
lamp wires
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Controlling Additional Fixtures With Your JourneyMan
Replacement Motion Sensor
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When wiring to additional standard fix-
tures: Connect the sensor's red wire to the standard light's black wires. Connect all white wires together. Total fixture ratings must not exceed 1000W (8.3 A).
NOTE: All wiring between fixtures should be run
in accordance with the National Electrical Code through conduit or another acceptable means.
Contact a qualified electrician if there is any question as to the suitability of the system.
BLACK from Switch
to BLACK from
JourneyMan
This sensor has a rating of 1000W. If your fix-
ture is only rated 300W, 700W of additional load may be controlled by this sensor.
When determining what a fixture is rated for,
do not simply look at the rating on the lamp in the fixture. Look at the marking which speci­fies the maximum lamp wattage for which the fixture is suitable.
Once you have selected the fixtures to be con-
nected and determined their maximum ratings, add these ratings up. For instance, if you have 3 fixtures rated 100W, 150W, and 75W respec­tively, you have a total load of 325W.
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RED from
JourneyMan® to
BLACK from Fixture
WHITE from Line
to WHITE from
JourneyMan
Wiring to a Motion Light & Standard Fixture
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WHITE from Line
to WHITE from
Fixture
(Standard)
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Finish Mounting
Align the fixture base plate, gasket, and the
junction box holes. Secure with mounting screws that fit your junction box.
If not installed on a weatherproof box or if an
adaptor plate was used, caulk between the base plate and mounting surface with sili-
cone weather sealant.
To avoid water damage and electrical shock, keep lamp holders aimed below horizontal.
Specifications
Range. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Up to 100 feet (30.5 m) with
Range Boost On; up to 70 feet (21 m) with Range Boost Off. (Varies with surround-
ing temperature).
Sensing Angle . . . . . . . Up to 270°
Sensor Load Capacity . Up to 1000 Watts (8.3 amps)
Maximum, Incandescent Power Requirements . . 120 VAC, 60 Hz
Operating Modes . . . . . TEST, AUTO and
MANUAL OVERRIDE
Time Delay . . . . . . . . . . 1 , 5, 20 minutes
Sensitivity . . . . . . . . . . . Adjustable
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Test and Adjustment
MIN. MAX.
SENSITIVITY
NOTES: When first turned on or when switching
from Manual to Auto mode wait 1
1
minutes for the unit to calibrate. Testing with Range Boost on during day-
light may result in abnormal operation.
Tu rn on the circuit breaker and light switch.Open the control access cover (on bottom of
unit) by pulling down on the tab of the rubber cover.
Turn the sensitivity control to the center of its
adjustment, RANGE BOOST to OFF and the ON-TIME to TEST position.
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Sensor Bottom
Don't aim the control at:
Objects that change temperature rapidly, such
as heating vents and air conditioners, to help avoid false triggering.
•Where pets or traffic may trigger the control.
Nearby large, light-colored objects reflect-
ing light may trigger the shut-off feature. Do not point other lights at the sensor.
Range Boost
OFF
ON TIME
TEST 1 5 20
ON
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Adjustments Continued . . .
Loosen the wing screws, estimate the direction to aim the sensor and tighten
the wing screws just enough to hold the sensor in place.
Walk through the coverage area noting where you are when the lights turn
on. Loosen the wing screws and readjust the sensor as necessary. Tighten the wing screws (finger tight) when you are satisfied with the coverage direction. If you have not already tightened the locknut against the base plate, do so now. Keep the sensor at least 1 inch (25 mm) from lamps
and keep the controls on the bottom.
Adjust SENSITIVITY as needed to increase or decrease the range. Too
much sensitivity may increase false triggering.
Set the amount of TIME (1, 5 or 20 minutes) you want the lights to stay on
after motion is detected at night.
If you need to detect objects more than 70 feet (21 m) away, turn Range
Boost on.
Replace the rubber cover to protect controls.
Expected Coverage
Aim Sensor Down
for Short Coverage
Aim Sensor Out for
Long Coverage
The sensor is less sensitive to motion directly towards it, most sensitive to motion across its field of view.
Motion
Sensor
Least Sensitive Most Sensitive
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Motion
When mounted 8 feet (2.4 m) from the ground, you may expect the range shown below. If mounted much higher the sensor may miss ob­jects near the ground. If mounted much lower the sensor range may be reduced.
Maximum Range
8 ft. (2.4 m)
100 ft. (30.5 m)
70 ft.
Boosted
(21 m)
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If the wide angle (270°) coverage is too wide for your application, you may need to install the lens shield to reduce the coverage angle.
Decide which side of the lens you want to cover.Curve the shield as shown. Slide the shield
down, under the two metal ribs of the case. Make sure the shield slides all the way down so the entire shield will lay directly against the lens.
Slip the small protrusion behind the vertical
metal rib to hold the top of the shield in place.
270°
Maximum
Coverage Angle
Approx. area
blocked by the
lens shield (if
used)
Slip behind
vertical rib
Lens shield
Metal
ribs
If the sensor is not kept level you may experi­ence an apparent decrease in range because objects may pass under the detection zone with­out being detected.
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Operation
Mode: On-Time: Works: Day Night
Test 5 Sec x x Auto 1, 5 or 20 min. x Manual Until Dawn* x
* resets to Auto Mode at dawn.
RANGE BOOST
Turn Range Boost on for addi­tional coverage only if needed.
TEST
Put the ON-TIME switch on the
Off
Range Boost
ON TIME
On
sensor bottom in TEST and the Range Boost switch to Off.
AUTO
Put the ON-TIME switch in the
TEST 1 5 20
ON TIME
1, 5 or 20 minute position.
TEST 1 5 20
MANUAL MODE
Manual Mode only works at night because daylight returns the sensor to AUTO.
Flip the light switch off for one second then back on to toggle between AUTO and MANUAL
1 Second OFF
then
...
MODE. Manual Mode works with the
ON-TIME switch in the 1, 5, or 20 minute position.
TEST
Move ON-TIME Switch
... back on.
to 1, 5 or 20 minutes
AUTO
Flip light switch
off for one second
MANUAL MODE
then back on*
* If you get confused while switching modes,
turn the power off for one minute, then back on. After the calibration time, the control will be in the AUTO mode.
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Troubleshooting Guide
SYMPTOM Lights will
not come on.
Lights come on in daylight.
Lights come on for no apparent reason.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1. Light switch is turned off.
2. Flood light is loose or burned out.
3. Fuse is blown or circuit breaker is turned off.
4. Daylight turnoff is in effect.
check after dark)
5. Incorrect circuit wiring, if this is a new installation.
6. Re-aim the sensor to cover de­sired area.
1. Control may be installed in a rela­tively dark location.
2. Control is in Test.
switch to an ON-TIME position)
1. Control may be sensing small ani­mals or automobile traffic.
aim sensor or use lens shield)
2. Sensitivity is set too high.
sensitivity. Turn Range Boost off)
Technical Service
.
(Set control
(Reduce
(Re-
(Re-
.
SYMPTOM Lights stay
on continu­ously.
Lights flash on and off.
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.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1. A lamp is positioned too close to the sensor or pointed at objects that causes the sensor to trigger.
(Aim the lamp away from the sen­sor or objects).
2. Control is pointed at a heat source like an air vent, dryer vent, or brightly­painted heat-reflective surface.
aim sensor. Turn Boost off).
1. Heat or light from the lamps may be turning the Light Control on and off.
(Aim lamps away from the sensor. Turn Boost off)
2. Reflected heat from other objects are triggering the sensor.
sensor. Turn Boost off)
3. Control is warming up.
normal under these conditions. Wait 1 minute for sensor to warm up)
4. Control is in Test.
to an ON-TIME position)
.
(Set control switch
(Re-
(Re-aim
.
(Flashing is
.
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(Do Not Send Products)
If you experience a problem, follow this guide. You may also want to visit our Web site at: www.desatech.com. If the problem persists, call* for assistance at 1-800-858-8501, 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM CST (M-F). You may also write* to: DESA Specialty Products™ P.O. Box 90004, Bowling Green, KY 42102-9004
* If contacting Technical Service, please have the following information available: Model Number, Date of Purchase, and Place of Purchase.
No Service Parts Available for this Product
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Lifetime Warranty
This is a "Limited Warranty" which gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights which vary from state to state or province to province. For as long as you (the original purchaser) own this JourneyMan® product, any malfunction caused by factory defective parts or workmanship will be corrected at no charge to you. Light bulbs are not covered. To obtain a refund or a replacement, return the product to the place of purchase. Not Covered - Repair service, adjustment and calibration due to misuse, abuse or negli­gence, light bulbs and other expendable items are not covered by this warranty. Unauthorized service or modification of the product or of any furnished component will void this warranty in its entirety. This warranty does not include reimbursement for incon­venience, installation, setup time, loss of use, or unauthorized service. This warranty covers only DESA Specialty Products™ products and is not extended to other equipment and components that a customer uses in conjunction with our products. THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY, REPRESENTATION OR CONDITION OF MERCHANT ABILITY OR THAT THE PRODUCTS ARE FIT FOR ANY PARTICULAR PUR­POSE OR USE, AND SPECIFICALLY IN LIEU OF ALL SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT SHALL BE THE SOLE REMEDY OF THE CUSTOMER AND THERE SHALL BE NO LIABILITY ON THE PART OF DESA SPECIALTY PROD­UCTS™ FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY LOSS OF BUSINESS OR PROF­ITS, WHETHER OR NOT FORESEEABLE. Some states or provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Retain receipt for warranty claims.
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