Hard Ceiling Mount for Diffuser Fixture Mount

The Enlighted Hard Ceiling Mount (HCM) Carrier is a flexible mounting solution for the following sensors:

HCM Carrier for Diffuser Fixture Mount of a Micro Sensor, 8-pin/2-wire, (SU-5E/Kit-SU-5E-D) 

To install the Microsensor with HCM:

  1. Drill a 7/8” diameter hole in the diffuser where the sensor is to be mounted.

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  1. Insert the Hard Mount Carrier into the hole.

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  1. Insert the 8-pin end of the sensor cable through the Hard Ceiling Mount Carrier and connect it to the SU-5E sensor.

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  1. Push the entire assembly into the hole.

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HCM Carrier for Ceiling Mount of a Ruggedized Sensor (SU-5S-HRW/LRW) or Micro Sensor Ruggedized Low Bay (SU-5E-LRB) 

Four mounting options are available:

  1. Option 1: Mounting the Sensor directly on Drywall/Sheetrock/Ceiling tile (with or without J-box backup)
  2. Option 2: Mounting Sensor directly into 1” EMT or Rigid Conduit
  3. Option 3: Mounting Sensor onto 3/4” EMT conduit stub 
  4. Option 4: Mounting Sensor onto 3/4” rigid conduit stub 

Option 1: Mounting the Sensor directly on Drywall/Sheetrock/Ceiling Tile (with or without J-box Backup)

To install the Ruggedized sensor with HCM in drywall or hard top ceiling,

  1. Drill a 1” diameter hole where the sensor is to mount

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  1. Stretch the HCM carrier to insert it over the sensor nipple in “normal” orientation with the flange facing towards the sensor.

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  1. Connect the sensor cable to the ceiling cable, using the RJ-45 coupler.

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  1. Glide the coupler and excess wire into the drilled hole.
  2. Press the sensor as far as possible into the drilled hole.

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Option 2: Mounting Sensor directly into 1” EMT or Rigid Conduit

To install the Ruggedized sensor with HCM into a 1" Electric Metallic Tube (EMT) or Rigid conduit,

  1. Stretch the HCM carrier to insert it over the sensor nipple over the sensor nipple in “normal” orientation with the flange facing towards the sensor.

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  2. Connect the sensor cable to the cable from the conduit, using the RJ-45 coupler. 

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  1. Glide the coupler and excess wire into the conduit.

Note: Ensure that the cable is completely drawn out and not compressed at the end of the conduit.

  1. Press the sensor as far as possible into the conduit.

Option 3: Mounting Sensor into 3/4” EMT Conduit Stub 

To install the Ruggedized Sensor into a 3/4” EMT conduit stub please make sure that you have access to the fixture side of the stub.

  1. Stretch the HCM carrier to insert it over the sensor nipple over the sensor nipple in “normal” orientation with the flange facing towards the sensor.

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  1. Attach a ¾” EMT coupler to the end of the EMT conduit stub.
  2. Glide the sensor cable through the coupler and EMT conduit stub into the conduit body, J-box, or a fixture at the other end of the stub.
  3. On the fixture side of the stub, connect the RJ-45 connector or RJ-45 coupler with the extension cable from the sensor to the CU. 

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  1. On the sensor side of the stub, glide the excess wire into the conduit.

Note: Ensure that the cable is completely drawn out and not compressed at the end of the conduit.

  1. Press the sensor as far as possible into the coupler.
  2. Tighten the screw on the coupler if it is accessible. Ensure that the screw is not overtightened.

Option 4: Mounting Sensor into 3/4” Rigid Conduit Stub  

To install the Ruggedized Sensor into a 3/4” rigid conduit stub, you must have access to the fixture side of the stub.

  1. Stretch the HCM carrier to insert it over the sensor nipple in “normal” orientation with the flange facing towards the sensor.

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  1. Attach a ¾” EMT to rigid combination coupler at the end of the rigid conduit stub.
  2.  Glide the sensor cable through the coupler and the rigid conduit stub into the conduit body, J-box, or fixture at the other end of the stub.
  3. On the fixture side, connect the RJ-45 connector or RJ-45 coupler with the extension cable from the sensor to the CU.

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  1.  On the sensor side, glide the excess wire into the conduit.

Note: Ensure that the cable is completely drawn out and not compressed at the end of the conduit.

  1.  Press the sensor as far as possible into the coupler.
  2. Tighten the screw on the coupler if it is accessible. Ensure that the screw is not overtightened.

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