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1 01 August 2013

2 The information in this presentation is confidential and proprietary, and may not be used, reproduced or distributed without the express written permission of Acuity Brands Lighting, Inc. © 2013 Sensor Switch

3 Overview LSXR High Mount Sensor Interchangeable Lenses Integrated Snap-Fit Bracket Single or Two-Pole Relay/Switch Dimming Output * Occupancy / Vacancy Passive Infrared (PIR) Photocell for Daylight Harvesting Reversible Line / Load Wires * Single Pole model only © 2013 Sensor Switch ENVIRONMENTAL SPECS: Operating Temp: Standard: 14° to 122° F (-10° to 50° C) LT Option (PIR): -40° to 122° F (-40° to 50° C) Relative Humidity: Standard: 20 to 75% non-condensing LT Option: 20 to 90% non-condensing (electronics coated for corrosion resistance)

4 COMMON MODEL NUMBERS Model # Description CI Code LSXR 6High Mount 360° Sensor - Fixture Mount, Interchangeable Lens, Line Voltage, Passive Infrared219EP4 LSXR 10Low Mount 360° Sensor - Fixture Mount, Interchangeable Lens, Line Voltage, Passive Infrared219EP7 LSXR 9Small Motion 360° Sensor - Fixture Mount, Interchangeable Lens, Line Voltage, Passive Infrared219EP6 LSXR 50High Mount Aisle Way Sensor - Fixture Mount, Interchangeable Lens, Line Voltage, Passive Infrared219EP8 LSXR 610High Mount & Low Mount 360° Sensor - Fixture Mount, Interchangeable Lens, Line Voltage, Passive Infrared219EJ9 LSXR 650High Mount 360° & High Mount Aisle Way Sensor - Fixture Mount, Interchangeable Lens, Line Voltage, Passive Infrared219EP9 Single Pole Model Numbers © 2013 Sensor Switch

5 COMMON MODEL NUMBERS Model # Description CI Code LSXR 6High Mount 360° Sensor - Fixture Mount, Interchangeable Lens, Line Voltage, Passive Infrared219EP4 LSXR 10Low Mount 360° Sensor - Fixture Mount, Interchangeable Lens, Line Voltage, Passive Infrared219EP7 LSXR 9Small Motion 360° Sensor - Fixture Mount, Interchangeable Lens, Line Voltage, Passive Infrared219EP6 LSXR 50High Mount Aisle Way Sensor - Fixture Mount, Interchangeable Lens, Line Voltage, Passive Infrared219EP8 LSXR 610High Mount & Low Mount 360° Sensor - Fixture Mount, Interchangeable Lens, Line Voltage, Passive Infrared219EJ9 LSXR 650High Mount 360° & High Mount Aisle Way Sensor - Fixture Mount, Interchangeable Lens, Line Voltage, Passive Infrared219EP9 Single Pole Model Numbers

6 © 2013 Sensor Switch Two-Pole Model Numbers

7 © 2013 Sensor Switch COMMON MODEL NUMBERS Lenses LENS 6High Mount 360° Lens Assembly for LSXR, Qty 1219P30 LENS 10Low Mount 360° Lens Assembly for LSXR, Qty 1219P31 LENS 9Small Motion 360° Lens Assembly for LSXR, Qty 1219P32 LENS 50High Mount Aisleway Lens Assembly for LSXR, Qty 1219P33 Lens Model Numbers

8 Physical Description 3.75 H x 2.5 W x 4 D (9.5cm x 6.4cm x 10.2cm) Weight - 6 oz Silicone Free & RoHS Compliant 4 Lens Options High Mount 360° Lens (6) High Mount Aisleway Lens (50) Small Motion 360°Lens (9) Low Mount 360° Lens (10) © 2013 Sensor Switch Bottom Side

9 LSXR Bottom Programming/Switch Push-Button Screwdriver Slot Removable Lens Assembly 2.25 x 2.25 Screwdriver Slot ½ Chase Nipple Mounting Fits Fixture Knockout ( Hole) © 2013 Sensor Switch LED Indicator

10 LSXR Bottom Lens Removed LED Indicator ½ Chase Nipple Fits Fixture Knockout ( Hole) Programming / Switch Push-Button © 2013 Sensor Switch PIR Detector Photocell (when present)

11 LSXR Side ½ Chase Nipple Lens Assembly Programming / Switch Push-Button Sensor Body © 2013 Sensor Switch

12 LSXR Back ½ Chase Nipple Sensor Body Lens Assembly © 2013 Sensor Switch

13 Fixture or Junction Box Mount Note: For safety reasons 2 phase versions should only be fixture mounted. Mounting the LSXR

14 © 2013 Sensor Switch Remove knockout and feed wires through hole Mounting the LSXR

15 © 2013 Sensor Switch Press chase nipple firmly into hole Tabs will compress and snap into place when fully inserted Mounting the LSXR

16 © 2013 Sensor Switch Tabs will secure the sensor flush to the fixture Mounting the LSXR

17 © 2013 Sensor Switch High Mount 360° (6) High Mount Aisleway (50) Small Motion 360° (9) Low Mount 360° (10) 2 x 2 Snap-in Lens assemblies Ordered with Sensor or separately Lens Options

18 © 2013 Sensor Switch Best choice for 15 to 45 ft (4.57 to m) mounting heights 15 to 20 ft (4.57 to 6.10 m) radial coverage overlaps area lit by a typical high Mount fixture Excellent detection of large motion (e.g. walking) up to a 35 ft (10.76 m) mounting height Excellent detection of extra large motion (e.g. forklifts) up to a 45 ft (13.72 m) mounting height High Mount 360° Lens (6)

19 © 2013 Sensor Switch Best choice for small motion (e.g. hand movements) detection 360º conical shaped pattern Provides 12 ft (3.66 m) radial coverage when mounted to standard 9 ft (2.74 m) ceiling 8 to 15 ft (2.44 to 4.57 m) mounting heights provide 10 to 20 ft (3.05 to 6.10 m) radial coverage The gray ring differentiates the 9 lens from the 10 Lens Small Motion 360° Lens (9)

20 © 2013 Sensor Switch Best choice for large motion detection (e.g. walking) 360º conical shaped pattern Provides 24 ft (8.53 m) radial coverage when mounted to standard 9 ft (2.74 m) ceiling 7 to 15 ft (2.13 to 4.57 m) mounting heights provide 16 to 36 ft (4.88 to m) radial coverage Detection range improves when walking across beams compared to into beams Low Mount 360° Lens (10)

21 © 2013 Sensor Switch Aisleway length Provides 50º bi-directional and 10º wide coverage pattern 1.2x mounting height equals approximate detection range in either direction Typical 40 ft (12.19 m) mounting detects 50 ft (15.24 m) in either direction Mount Aisleway Lens (50)

22 LSXR Lens Removal Insert flat blade screwdriver Into slot Pry lens clips loose by pushing down on screwdriver handle © 2013 Sensor Switch Twist screwdriver slightly and lens will pop free.

23 LSXR Lens Installation Align Lens with recess in sensor body Fit lens completely over the recess © 2013 Sensor Switch Snap lens into sensor body

24 LSXR Connections LSXR Single Pole With Dimming LSXR Two-Pole No Dimming © 2013 Sensor Switch LSXR Single Pole No Dimming

25 LSXR Single Pole Connections © 2013 Sensor Switch Black Load and Line Wires Reversible HVOLT RED Load and Line Wires Reversible

26 LSXR Single Pole Connections © 2013 Sensor Switch

27 LSXR Single Pole w/Dimming Connections White Neutral Black Load and Line Wires Reversible Violet Dimming Control Positive (+) Gray Dimming Control Negative (-) HVOLT RED Load and Line Wires Reversible

28 LSXR Single Pole w/Dimming Connections

29 LSXR Single Pole 2-Phase Wiring w/ Dimming © 2013 Sensor Switch White Phase B Line Black Load and Phase A Line Wires Reversible Violet Dimming Control Positive (+) Gray Dimming Control Negative (-) HVOLT RED Load and Line Wires Reversible

30 © 2013 Sensor Switch LSXR Single Pole 2-Phase Wiring w/ Dimming

31 LSXR Two-Pole (2P) Connections © 2013 Sensor Switch White Neutral Black Load and Line Wires Reversible Pole 2 Blue Load and Line Wires (on all models) Reversible 347VAC Model RED Load and Line Wires Reversible

32 LSXR Two-Pole Connections (DZ) © 2013 Sensor Switch

33 LSXR Two-Pole(2P) Connections (SZ) © 2013 Sensor Switch

34 LSXR Single Pole Sensor: Functional Block Diagram

35 © 2013 Sensor Switch LSXR 2-Pole Sensor: Functional Block Diagram

36 1.Select the Function you want to program Press the push-button the number of times equal to the function code. (i.e., 2 times = Occupancy Time Delay Function) Once selected the LED will flash the current setting 3 times. You must enter a new setting prior to the 3 rd time. 2.Select the new setting Press the push-button the number of times equal to the new setting. (i.e. 3 times = 5 minutes) LED Flashes the new setting (confirmation) 3 times. You must enter a new setting prior to the 3 rd time. 3.Programming complete! © 2013 Sensor Switch Programming LSXR

37 01 Not used 02 Occupancy Time Delay Pole 1 03 Occupancy Time Delay Pole 2 04 Minimum On Time (Lamp Maximizer) 05 Photocell Set-Point 06 Photocell / Dimming / 2-Pole Modes 07 Sunlight Discount Factor 08 Not Used 09 Restore Factory Defaults 10 Dimming Range Max (High Trim) 11 Dimming Range Min (Low Trim) 12 Switch (Button) Mode 13 Not used 14 Dual Zone Photocell Offset % 15 Dim to Off Time Delay © 2013 Sensor Switch Programmable Functions

38 Occupancy Time Delay (Pole 1) Function 2 IndexSetting 1Test Mode 230 seconds 32.5 minutes 45.0 minutes** 57.5 minutes minutes* minutes minutes** minutes minutes** minutes minutes minutes minutes** Definition: Occupancy Time Delay (Pole 1) - The length of time the sensor will keep the lights controlled by relay 1 on and at full bright after it last detects occupancy, assuming Minimum On Time (Function 4) has been met. Test mode - Disables Minimum On Time (Function 4), sets Occupancy Time Delay (Function 2 & 3) to 30 sec, and shortens the photocell transition times and dimming rate. Mode will expire after 10 min or if Function 2 is set back to a time delay. *Default Settings, unless specified in the model number © 2013 Sensor Switch **Alternative Defaults Timers are 1.2x when used in 50Hz electrical systems. (e.g., 10 mins is 12 mins in the UK)

39 Occupancy Time Delay (Pole 2) Function 3 IndexSetting 1N/A 230 seconds 32.5 minutes 45.0 minutes** 57.5 minutes minutes* minutes minutes** minutes minutes** minutes minutes minutes minutes** Definition: Occupancy Time Delay (Pole 2) - The length of time the sensor will keep the lights controlled by relay 2 (if present) on after it last detects occupancy, assuming Minimum On Time (Function 4) has been met. © 2013 Sensor Switch *Default Settings, unless specified in the model number **Alternative Defaults Timers are 1.2x when used in 50Hz electrical systems. (e.g., 10 mins is 12 mins in the UK)

40 IndexSetting 10 minutes** 215 minutes* 330 minutes 445 Minutes 560 Minutes Minimum On Time ( LampMaximizer ® ) Function 4 Definition: Minimum On Time – The length of time required for lamps to be on in order to prevent short cycling that reduces fluorescent lamp life. If occupancy time delay expires prior to minimum on time being satisfied, the lamps will remain on until time has been met. *Default Setting… changes to 0 minutes if occupancy time delay is changed from 10 minutes © 2013 Sensor Switch **Default setting for 5, 15, 20 and 30 minute Occupancy Time Delay options

41 Definition: Photocell Set-Point - The target light level (as detected at the sensor) that is to be maintained. Selecting Auto (Setting 1) will initiate on/off cycling procedure where sensor finds close-loop set-point. Auto Set-point - Measures the Photocell with Lamps on and with Lamps off and changes the Set-Point to the difference. Assumes the contribution of Light by the lamps is adequate for the space. Note: Not applicable to non-photocell versions Photocell Set-Point Function 5 IndexSetting 1Auto set-point 20.5 fc 31.0 fc 42.0 fc 54.0 fc* 68.0 fc fc fc fc *Default Setting © 2013 Sensor Switch

42 Photocell ( Single Relay Units with P (Photocell) Option ) Function 6 IndexSetting 1Disabled 2Full On/Off Ctrl* 3Inhibit Only Ctrl Definition: Photocell Operational Setting - Describes the control the photocell will have over normal occupancy / on / off operation Disable - Photocell does not affect lights Full On/Off Ctrl - Provides increased energy savings by switching lights off during occupied periods with sufficient daylight contribution from windows or skylights. Lights will be switched back on if light level falls below set-point. Inhibit Only Ctrl - Photocell will prevent lights from initially turning on if adequate daylight is available, but will not turn lights off. *Default Setting © 2013 Sensor Switch

43 Photocell ( Units with ADC or ANL (Dimming) Options ) Function 6 IndexSetting 1Disabled 2Automatic Dimming & Switching (-ADC)* 3Combination Dimming & Switching Photocell w/ High/Low Occupancy Operation (-ANL)* Definition: Photocell Operational Setting - Describes the control the photocell will have over normal occupancy / on / off operation Disable - Photocell does not affect lights Automatic Dimming & Switching (-ADC) - Enables the sensor during occupied periods to dim lights down and then turn them completely off by opening the relay. Combination Dimming & Switching Photocell w/ High/Low Occ. Operation (-ANL) - Provides maximum energy savings by dimming and/or switching off lighting during periods of sufficient daylight contribution from windows or skylights. During unoccupied periods without sufficient daylight lights are dropped to low dim setting, insuring minimum light levels are maintained at night. *Default Settings for indicated options © 2013 Sensor Switch

44 Photocell/Dimming/ 2-Pole Modes ( Dual Relay (2P) Units - All Options ) Function 6 IndexSetting 1Disabled 2Standard Photocell Option (-P)* 3Single Zone (-SZ) Photocell Option* 4Dual Zone (-DZ) Photocell Option* 5Inhibit Only Ctrl 6Alternating Off Relays (-AO)* 7Alternating Off Relays w/ Photocell (-AOP)* Definition: Disable - Photocell does not affect lights Standard Photocell Option (-P) - Photocell controls both relays together with a single set-point. Single Zone (-SZ) Photocell Option - Relay 1 controlled by photocell only, relay 2 controlled by occupancy only. Dual Zone (-DZ) Photocell Option - Relay 1 controlled according to set- point, relay 2 controlled at fixed % higher as specified in Dual Zone Photocell Offset Percentage (Function 14). Inhibit Only Ctrl- Photocell will prevent lights from initially turning on if adequate daylight is available, but will not turn lights off. Photocell controls both relays according to set-point. Alternating Off Relays (-AO)- Both relays close during periods of occupancy, but only one opens during periods of vacancy. The relay left closed is alternated in order to promote even lamp wear. Alternating Off Relays w/ Photocell (-AOP) - Both relays close during periods of occupancy, but only one opens during periods of vacancy or high daylight. The relay left closed is alternated in order to promote even lamp wear. *Default Settings for indicated options © 2013 Sensor Switch

45 Definition: Sunlight Discount Factor - Value used to improve the tracking accuracy of a sensor with a photocell during periods of high daylight. Decreasing the value will lower the controlled level of the lights. Sunlight Discount Factor Function 7 IndexSetting 1x/1* 2x/2 3x/3 4 x/4 5 x/5 6 x/6 7 x/7 8 x/8 9 x/9 10 x/10 *Default Settings © 2013 Sensor Switch

46 Restore Factory Defaults 46 IndexSetting 1Maintain Current* 2Restore Defaults Definition: Restore Factory Defaults - Returns functions to original settings. Maintain Current - Keeps all function settings in the condition selected by the operator. Restore Defaults - Returns all functions to Default Settings. *Default Settings © 2013 Sensor Switch Function 9

47 Definition: Dimming Range Max (High Trim) – The maximum output level of a sensor with dimming. Default is "10 VDC" unless indicated in model number. Once met, lights resume following occupancy time delay Dimming Range Max (High Trim) Function 10 IndexSetting 1Min 21 VDC 32 VDC 43 VDC 54 VDC 65 VDC 76 VDC 87 VDC** 98 VDC** 109 VDC** 1110 VDC* *Default Settings © 2013 Sensor Switch **Alternate Options for Default setting

48 Definition: Dimming Range Min (Low Trim) – The minimum output level of a sensor with dimming Default is "Min" unless indicated in model number. Dimming Range Min (Low Trim) Function 11 © 2013 Sensor Switch IndexSetting 1Min* 21 VDC** 32 VDC** 43 VDC** 54 VDC** 65 VDC** 76 VDC** 87 VDC 98 VDC 109 VDC 1110 VDC *Default Settings **Alternate Options for Default setting

49 Switch (Button) Mode IndexSetting 1Disabled* 2Enabled Definition: Switch (Button) Mode – When enabled, mode allows user to switch the relay by pressing the push-button for test purposes (e.g., in order to test wiring). Note there is a short delay after pushing the button before the relay switches. *Default Settings © 2013 Sensor Switch Function 12

50 Dual Zone Photocell Offset % 50 Definition: Dual Zone Photocell Offset % – Relative value of photocell set-point that is used to control relay 2. Applies only to dual relay (2P) units with the -DZ option. IndexSetting 1110% 2120%* 3130% 4140% 5150% 6160% 7170% 8180% 9190% 10200% *Default Settings © 2013 Sensor Switch Function 13

51 Dim to Off Time Delay Definition: Dim to Off Time Delay – An extended length of time after the Occupancy Time Delay (Function 2) has expired and lighting is dimmed to the low dimming range setting before the relay opens. Applicable to dimming versions only. IndexSetting 1Disabled* 230 seconds 32.5 minutes** 45.0 minutes 57.5 minutes minutes minutes minutes minutes minutes 11Infinite *Default Settings ** Default Settings for -HL Option © 2013 Sensor Switch Function 15 Timers are 1.2x when used in 50Hz electrical systems. (e.g., 10 mins is 12 mins in the UK)

52 Summary Questions? © 2013 Sensor Switch


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