Replacing ERC Battery

Overview

This article describes the steps for changing the battery in an Enlighted Room Control Switch. 

When the red or green LEDs on the ERC do not flash when a button is pressed, it’s time to replace the battery. The ERC uses a standard CR2032 battery that is accessed after opening the case.

Depending on the ERC model number, refer to the corresponding section:

Replacing the Battery (WS-2-00)

Replacing the Battery (WS-1-00)

Replacing the Battery (WS-2-00)

If the ERC is mounted on a wall or a junction box:

  1. Remove the cover face-plate.

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  1. Using an appropriate screwdriver, remove the four mounting screws turning each one counterclockwise.

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  1. Remove the switch compartment cover and gently pull the ERC switch from the mounting frame.
  2. Insert a flat-head screwdriver into the notch provided between the cover and backplate of the ERC.

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  1. Applying light pressure on the back case, open the front side. Gently pull the front case away from the backplate. The battery is accessed after opening the case.
  2. Slide the old battery from its compartment using the flat head of the screwdriver. Be sure to dispose of used batteries in an environmentally friendly manner.

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  1. Insert the new battery with the “+” or logo facing up (away from the circuit board).
  2. Replace the front case with the backplate.
  3. Using the four screws, re-mount the ERC into the compartment cover and snap on the cover face-plate.

Replacing the Battery (WS-1-00)

When the red or green LEDs on the ERC do not flash when a button is pressed, it’s time to replace the battery. The ERC uses a standard CR2025 battery that is accessed after opening the case.

If the ERC is mounted on a wall or a junction box:

  1. Remove the cover face-plate.

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  1. Using an appropriate screwdriver, remove the mounting screws turning each one counterclockwise.
  2. Insert a flat-head screwdriver between the ERC and backplate frame.
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  3. Applying light pressure on the back case, gently pull the ERC away from the backplate frame. The battery is accessed after removing it from the frame.
  4. Slide the old battery from its compartment using the flat head of the screwdriver. Be sure to dispose of used batteries in an environmentally friendly manner.
  5. Insert the new battery with the “+” or logo facing up (away from the circuit board).
  6. Slide and hook the bottom end of the ERC into the plastic frame, and push down on the top until the frame pops in.
  7. Using the screws, re-mount the ERC into the compartment cover and snap on the cover face-plate.

 

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