Micro Sensor, 8-pin, (SU-5E)

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Overview

The Enlighted Micro Sensor, 8-pin, delivers all the functionality of our other sensors in a minimally sized package. The Micro Sensor, 8-pin, is designed to be easily mounted into lighting fixtures or ceiling tiles, such that only the discreet white faceplate is visible. The sensor slides into a carrier sleeve, fitting a standard 1/2 inch trade size knockout or 7/8 inch (22 mm) hole. Carrier sleeves compatible with either lighting fixtures or ceiling tiles are available. Sensor replacement requires no tools—simply slide the sensor out of the carrier, unplug the connector, and install the new sensor.

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Micro Sensor and Carrier

The following sections describe installing the Micro sensor, 8-pin, in a fixture or tile.

If you have purchased the Hard Ceiling Mount Carrier (HCMC-SU-5E) as an optional component for installing the sensor, refer to the following articles:

Installation

Shipped Components: Enlighted Micro Sensor, 8-pin: SU-5E

Supplemental Components:

Tools you may Need

  • 7/8” Drill bit (1/2” knock out trade size)
  • Hand drill

Caution

A qualified electrician must perform installation and maintenance per local, state, and national electrical codes (NEC) and requirements.

Installation Procedure

Before proceeding with the sensor installation, make sure to de-energize the luminaire.​

Note: When replacing the white bezel with the black bezel, make sure the bezel is securely fastened in place so that the key is properly seated in the slot.

Fixture Mount Installation

Note: For fixture mounting, use the fixture carrier and nut that is shipped with the sensor. The fixture mount can accommodate up to 0.25” thickness materials.

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Fixture Carrier and Nut

Step 1: De-energize the luminaire.

Step 2: Determine the sensor's location in the fixture and cut a ½ inch (7/8” diameter) knockout in the fixture.

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Step 3: Insert the fixture carrier through the hole in the fixture.

Step 4: From behind the fixture, align the tabs of the nut with the keys on the fixture carrier.

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Step 5: Slide the tabs of the nut along with the keys of the carrier to fasten the carrier.

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Step 6: Insert the 8-pin end of the sensor cable through the carrier.

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Step 7: Connect the 8-pin connector to the sensor.

Step 8: Guiding the wire from above, push the sensor into the carrier until it securely clicks into the carrier.

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Step 9: Leave four inches of slack cable in the sequence loop to avoid pinching the cable and to bring the sensor down if it needs to be replaced.

Note: Do not pull the cable forcefully, as this might damage the cable or connector.

Step 10: See Connecting the Sensor Cable to the Control Unit.

Tile Mount Installation

Note: For tile mounting, the tile carrier and nut must be ordered separately. The tile mount can accommodate up to 1.5” thick tiles.

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Tile Carrier and Nut

Step 1: De-energize the luminaire.

Step 2: Make a 7/8th diameter hole in the ceiling tile.

Step 3: Insert the tile carrier through the hole into the tile.

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Step 4: Thread the plain end of the nut from behind the tile to secure the carrier.

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If the tile is thicker than normal, flip the nut and thread the nut's ribbed end to secure the carrier.

Step 5: Insert the 8-pin end of the sensor cable through the carrier.

Step 6: Connect the 8-pin connector to the sensor.

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Step 7: Guiding the wire from above, push the sensor into the carrier until it securely clicks into the carrier.

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Step 8: Leave four inches of slack cable in the sequence loop to avoid pinching the cable and to bring the sensor down if it needs to be replaced.

Note: Do not pull the cable forcefully, as this might damage the cable or connector.

Step 9: See Connecting the Sensor Cable to the Control Unit.

Connecting the Sensor Cable to the Control Unit

Step 1: Connect one end of the sensor cable to the Control Unit (CU). For wiring connections from the Control Unit to the sensor, refer to the Control Unit Installation Guide.

Step 2: Energize the luminaire and confirm that the green LED is solid.

LED Description

LED Status Description/Solution
LED not on Power issue or faulty sensor. Check power and wiring.
Blinking Green The commissioned sensor has powered up and has detected motion. If there is no motion in the sensor’s field of view, the blinking will stop. Wave your hands below the sensor to restart LED blinking.
Solid Green The un-commissioned sensor has powered up successfully and passed the wiring test –waiting for discovery.
Blinking Red The un-commissioned sensor has powered up and detected a wiring test issue. Check the wiring.
Solid Red Faulty sensor –replace the sensor.
Solid Blue The Sensor received a request to identify itself.
Blinking Blue  The un-commissioned sensor was not able to detect an energy measurement device (Control Unit or Driver).

Product Compliance:

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Model No. SU-5E-01
Product Code: SU-5e-xxx
xxx: IoT Note (IoT), Connected Lighting (CL), Independent Lighting/Enlighted One (IL)
FCC ID: AQQ-SU5E
IC: 10138A-SU5E
Rev.08
DoC: enlightedinc.com/eu-docs/mceclip1.png

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