Manage

Download the Manage, Installation Guide PDF: English rev.03 | German rev.03 | French rev.03

Overview

The Enlighted Manage server provides a secure web-based interface to monitor, control, and analyze energy savings and other data collected by the Enlighted Smart Sensor network. Manage translates data from the sensor network into detailed energy, temperature, and occupancy insights around the clock.

Manage is usually mounted in an electrical or telecom room in the Enlighted Enclosure with the PoE and a double duplex receptacle. RJ-45 connectors are included for the Enlighted system to connect to the Corporate and Gateway Network.

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 Manage

Installation

Shipped Components: Enlighted Manage

Tools you may need: Phillips Screwdriver 

Safety 

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

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  • Replacement of a battery with an incorrect type that can defeat a safeguard (for example: in the case of some lithium battery types).
  • Disposal of a battery into fire or a hot oven, or mechanically crushing or cutting of a battery, that can result in an explosion.
  • Leaving a battery in an extremely high temperature surrounding environment can result in an explosion or the leakage of flammable liquid or gas.
  • A battery subjected to extremely low air pressure may result in an explosion or the leakage of flammable liquid or gas.
  • A qualified electrician must perform installation and maintenance under local, state, and national electrical codes (NEC) and requirements.

Manage can be installed on a backer board, which can be inside or outside of an enclosure.

Step 1: Unbox the packaging.

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Step 2: Attach the mounting bracket to the backer board.

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Step 3: Attach Enlighted Manage (EM) to bracket.

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Step 4: Insert USB flash drive into USB port on EM.

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Step 5: Connect the power cable to the power supply and plug it into a  receptacle outlet. Connect the low voltage cable to the EM.

Step 6: Use an Ethernet cable to connect the “Building” Ethernet port on the  EM to a standard port on the PoE  Switch.

Step 7: “Dress” the cables in the enclosure using tie wraps and/or hold-downs.

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Model: EM-2-02
Rev: 03

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Gateway (GW-2-01)

Download the Gateway, Installation Guide PDF: English rev.15 | German rev.15 | French rev.15

Overview

The Enlighted Gateway is the intermediary device between Enlighted Manage and Enlighted control network. The Gateway relays energy, environmental, and occupancy data captured by the Enlighted Smart Sensors to Manage for analysis and reporting. It also communicates configuration changes from Manage to sensors and other network devices.

One or more Gateways may be deployed on each floor to relay information between the sensors and Enlighted Manage. The Gateway device mounts to the ceiling at the same height as an individual sensor device. CAT5e cable is run from the Enlighted Gateway to the Enlighted PoE switch.

For outdoor installations the Gateway must be mounted indoors and remote the antenna. For more information refer to Gateway Antenna Selection Guidelines

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Gateway (front and back)

Installation

Shipped Components

  • Enlighted Gateway
  • Two #6 - 1” (25.4) mm screws with standoffs
  • Antenna: Nearson S151AH-07826 2.4GHz Swivel Antenna (5dBi, 50 Ohm)

Tools You May Need

  • #2 Phillips screwdriver

Supplies You May Need

  • Cat-5e or Cat-6 data cable with RJ45 (conforming to TIA/EIA 568-B) connectors between the Gateway and PoE Ethernet switch

Caution

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

Wall and Ceiling Mounting

Step 1: Determine a location for the Gateway.

Mount the Gateway in a central location relative to the sensors it will be communicating with. Ideally, the Gateway must be at the same elevation as the sensors, and Gateway MUST be visible so that you can see the LEDs. The Cat-5e or Cat-6 data cable from the PoE Ethernet switch must be less than 300 feet.

Step 2: Select a location for the RJ45 connector of the data cable to exit the wall or ceiling. Make a small circular cut (roughly 11/16th of an inch in diameter) in the wall or ceiling for the RJ45 connector.

Step 3: Install the included mounting screws two inches apart.

Step 4: Mount the Gateway with the antenna typically pointing down as shown, but it can also be mounted with the antenna pointing straight up.

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Wall Mounting

Ceiling Mounting

Step 5: Insert the RJ45 connector of the data cable into the Gateway.

Step 6: Route the other end of the RJ45 connector into a port of the powered PoE switch.

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Wiring Diagram for PoE Switch and Gateway

Step 7: Power on the PoE Ethernet switch and check for the “PoE Active” LED to be green for the port connecting the Gateway.

Gateway LED Status Indicators

  • * Slow blink is once every five seconds.
  • ** Fast blink is once every second.

Gateway LED status indicators

Single Combo LED

(Red/Green/Orange)

Red LED Green LED Description/Solution
OFF OFF OFF Check the power connection.
Slow Green blink* OFF ON Slow blink*

Gateway is commissioned and working

Fast Green blink** OFF ON Fast blink**

Received IP address from Manage and Gateway is ready for commissioning.

Slow Red blink ON Slow blink       OFF   No IP address, check network connectivity.
Alternate Red/Green/Orange ON Fast blink    ON Slow blink Firmware upgrade in progress
Solid Green OFF ON continuous

If any of these LED conditions last for more than five seconds, they indicate Gateway fault.

Try connecting the Gateway to the PoE switch with a known working cable or replace the Gateway.

Solid Red ON continuous OFF
Solid Orange ON continuous ON continuous

Note:

  • If both green and red LEDs stay continuously for more than 10 seconds, replace the unit.
  • If the LED stays orange continuously for more than 10 seconds, replace the unit.

Product Compliance

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Model: GW-2-01
FCC ID: AQQ-GW2
IC: 10138A-GW2
Rev.15
DoCs: enlightedinc.com/eu-docs/

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Control Unit (CU-4E-FM/FMH)

Download the Control Unit (FM/FMH), Installation Guide PDF: English rev.07 | German rev.07 | French rev.07

Overview

The Enlighted Fixture Mount Control Unit interfaces with Enlighted sensors and ballast or LED drivers to control light behavior intelligently. The Control Unit also contains a power metering chip that enables the Enlighted control network to measure power in real-time as well as energy consumption over time.

The Fixture Mount Control Unit (CU-4E-FMH) is designed to be mounted inside fixtures and NEMA-rated enclosures. Sheet metal screws are typically used to mount the Control Unit in these environments. Mount the full-length CU-4E-FMH in place of the CU-3E, or remove the break-off tab to create a smaller form factor for a reduced footprint.

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Control Unit

Installation

Supplemental Components:

  • Enlighted Control Unit

Tools you may Need

  • Two mounting screws, as appropriate for mounting the Control Unit to the inside of the luminaire

Caution

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

Procedure:

Step 1: Switch off the circuit breaker supplying power to the light fixture.

Step 2: Open the fixture cover and remove the cover for the ballast cavity. The ballast and its wiring should now be visible.

Step 3: Utilizing a voltmeter, verify that power is off to the ballast. If power is present, stop work, identify, and switch off the circuit breaker.

Step 4: Place the Control Unit (CU) in the desired location and secure it with mounting screws. If desired, shorten the CU mounting tab by snapping off the tab at the notch on the CU's AC input side.

Step 5: Disconnect the “Hot” wire (Line) of the ballast from the power input wire.

Step 6: Connect the power input “Hot” wire (Line) to the Control Unit black Wago Lin (Line In) connector.

Step 7: Connect the ballast power input “Hot” wire to the Control Unit red Wago Lout (Line Out) connector.

Step 8: Connect the power input (Neutral) wire to either one of the two white Wago N (Neutral) connectors on the CU.

Step 9: Connect the ballast (Neutral) wire to either one of the two white Wago N (Neutral) connectors on the CU.

Step 10: Bend wires into place such that you can easily reattach the ballast cover.

Step 11: Install the RJ45 sensor cable between the Control Unit and the Enlighted sensor. Please do not use the RJ12 cable as it may damage the sensor port. Refer to the corresponding Sensor Installation Guide for connecting the cable between the sensor and the Control Unit (CU).

Additional Installation Instructions for Use with a Dimming Ballast

The Control Unit (CU-4E) can connect to two dimming ballasts on two separate channels (channels A and B) for “Tunable White” applications. If using both dimming channels, gently break the tab above channel B. For single-channel dimming, use channel A terminals only. For multiple dimming drivers on the same channel, you may connect the dimming wires in parallel (violet to violet and grey to grey) for all drivers on that channel.

Step 1: Connect the violet wire (+) from the dimming ballast to channel A violet Wago terminal on the Control Unit. Repeat for channel B if required.

Step 2: Connect the gray wire (-) from the dimming ballast to channel A gray Wago terminal on the Control Unit. Repeat for channel B if required.

Completing the Installation

Step 1: If the sensor is mounted outside of the luminaire, use a snap bushing in the knockout hole on the lighting fixture to route and protect the sensor cable. If the sensor is mounted within the luminaire, then bushing is not needed.

Step 2: Install the cover for the ballast cavity and apply power to the newly wired lighting fixture.

Step 3: The lights should turn on to a full bright state and then may cycle or dim, based on the sensor commissioning status or programming.

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Product Compliance

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Models: CU-4E-FM, CU-4E-FMH
Rev.07
DoCs: enlightedinc.com/eu-docs/

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Control Unit for DALI Drivers (CU-4D-FM)

Download the Control Unit (DALI), Installation Guide PDF: English rev.04 | German rev.04 | French rev.04

Overview

The Enlighted Fixture Mount Control Unit for DALI drivers interfaces with Enlighted sensors and a DALI LED driver to control light behavior intelligently. The Control Unit also contains a power metering chip that enables the Enlighted control network to measure power in real-time as well as energy consumption over time.

The DALI Fixture Mount Control Unit (CU-4D-FM) is approved for mounting inside and external to a luminaire. The DALI CU is rated Class II to be mounted in the ceiling without any additional enclosure, subject to local norms.

The DALI Fixture Mount Control Unit (CU-4D-FM) can be mounted inside NEMA rated fixture enclosure or as an external control device mounted outside of a fixture enclosure. Sheet metal screws are typically used to mount the Control Unit in these environments.

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Installation

Supplemental Components:

  • Enlighted Fixture Mount Control Unit for DALI Drivers

Items you will Need:

  • Two mounting screws, as appropriate for mounting the Control Unit to the inside of the luminaire

Caution

  • A qualified electrician must perform installation and maintenance per state, local, and National Electrical Codes (NEC) and requirements.
  • When mounting the DALI CU outside of the fixture enclosure, select the appropriate type of wires meeting local electric codes to complete the connections between the DALI CU (mounted external) and the driver inside the fixture enclosure.

Procedure

Step 1: Switch off the circuit breaker supplying power to the light fixture.

Step 2: Open the fixture cover and remove the cover for the driver cavity. The driver and its wiring should now be visible.

Step 3: Utilizing a voltmeter, verify that power is off to the driver. If power is present, stop work, identify, and switch off the circuit breaker.

Step 4: Place the Control Unit (CU) in the desired location either inside the fixture enclosure or external to the fixture, and secure it with mounting screws.

Step 5: Remove the connector covers from the control unit by loosening screws on the top of the unit.

Step 6: Disconnect the “Hot” wire (Line) of the driver from the power input wire.

Step 7: Connect the power input “Hot” wire (Line) to the Control Unit Wago L-IN (Line In) connector.

Step 8: Connect the driver power input “Hot” wire to the Control Unit Wago L-OUT (Line Out) connector.

Step 9: Connect the power input (Neutral) wire to either one of the two Wago AC-N (Neutral) connectors on the CU.

Step 10: Connect the driver (Neutral) wire to either one of the two Wago AC-N (Neutral) connectors on the CU.

Step 11: Bend wires into place such that you can easily reattach the driver cavity cover.

Step 12: Install the RJ45 sensor cable between the Control Unit and the Enlighted sensor. Do not use RJ12 cable as it will not be compatible with the CU. Refer to the corresponding Sensor Installation Guide for connecting the cable between the sensor and the Control Unit (CU).

Connecting the DALI Driver

The Control Unit (CU-4D) connects directly to the DALI driver via the DA+ and DA- connectors.

Step 1: Connect the DA+ terminal on the CU to the DA+ terminal on the DALI driver.

Step 2: Using 0.5 – 1.5 mm2  wire, connect the DA- terminal on the CU to the DA- terminal on the DALI driver.  

Completing the Installation

Step 1: Reattach the connector covers removed earlier to the CU-4D.

Step 2:  If the sensor is mounted outside of the luminaire, use a snap bushing in the knockout hole on the lighting fixture to route and protect the sensor cable. If the sensor is mounted within the luminaire, then bushing is not needed.

Step 3: Install the cover for the driver cavity and apply power to the newly wired lighting fixture.

Step 4: The lights should turn on to a full bright state and then cycle or dim, based on the sensor commissioning status or programming.

Note: The DALI driver must be configured for a linear dimming curve before installing it in the system.

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Product Compliance

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Models: CU-4D-FM
Rev.04
DoCs: enlightedinc.com/eu-docs/

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Control Unit (CU-4E-NME/NMI)

Download the Control Unit (CU-4E-NME/NMI) Installation Guide.

Overview

The Enlighted Nipple Mount Control Unit is designed for field installation applications. It is available in two models: connecting to sensors externally to the luminaire and the other for connecting to sensors mounted internally to the luminaire. The Control Unit interfaces with Enlighted sensors and ballast or LED driver to control light behavior intelligently. The power metering chip within the Control Unit enables the Enlighted control network to measure power in real-time as well as energy consumption over time.

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Shipped Components

  • CU4E-NME/NMI: Control Unit - Nipple Mount External/Internal
  • Lock Nut

Items you may Need

  • Mounting screws or clips

Tools you may Need

  • Wire stripper
  • Screwdriver
  • Pliers

Caution

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

Installation

Two Control Unit (CU) models exist:

1. CU Nipple Mount External (CU-4E-NME): If the sensor is mounted outside of the fixture, use the
    CU-4E-NME. 

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 2. CU Nipple Mount Internal (CU-4E-NMI): If the sensor is mounted within the fixture, use the
     CU-4E-NMI model. 

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The CU-4E NME/NMI can be mounted either to a junction box or to a fixture. 

Note: In some cities, such as Chicago, the CU must be installed inside a metal enclosure, such as a 4-inch x 4-inch junction box. Refer to the CU-4E-NME/NMI Inside of a J-Box.

Step 1: Switch off the circuit breaker supplying power to the power supply box or the luminaire.

Step 2: Loosen the two screws on the junction box's cover plate and slide out the cover plate. Remove a ½" knockout on the J-box.

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Step 3: Route the wires from the CU through the knockout hole and pull the wires into the box.

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Step 5: When routing the wires through the knockout, route the cables through the lock nut.

Step 6: Thread the lock nut to the CU nipple on the J-box inside and tighten the locknut. 

Step 7: The two groups of wires, high and low voltage wires, must be connected and handled according to the code requirements. 

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CU-4E-NME/NMI Inside of a J-Box

Step 1: If you plan to mount the CU inside a 4-inch x 4-inch J-box, mount the CU with the mounting nipple protruding into the adjoining J-box, as shown. Use the lock nut on the CU nipple to secure both J-boxes together. Route the wires in the adjacent J-box as per the instructions in the Wiring Procedure section.

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Wiring Procedure

Wiring the High Voltage Wires

Refer to the CU4-NME/NMI Line diagrams for details. 

Step 1: Connect the CU power input wires to the branch circuit feed (black=Line, white=Neutral) using wire nuts. Make the connections in the J-box per code.

Step 2: If the CU (blue) wire is not used, cap the blue conductor with a wire nut. If the CU (blue) wire is used, route it to the unswitched load.

Step 3: Connect the switched-line (red) wire from the CU to the driver line-in terminal.

Step 4: Connect the neutral (white) wire from the CU to the driver neutral-in terminal.

Step 5: If using multiple drivers, connect all driver AC inputs in parallel.

Wiring the Low Voltage Wires

Note: Per NEC and local code compliance, DO NOT connect the low voltage wires in the same J-box as the high voltage wires. The low voltage wires are enclosed in a 600V rated sleeve sufficiently long to pass through the high voltage J-Box, eliminating the need for further separation or barrier. Use a bushing or clamp in the knockout where the low voltage wires exit the J-box through the knockout.

The CU4-NME/NMI can connect to two dimming ballasts on two separate channels (channels A and B). Channel A is violet wire; channel B is violet/white wire.

  • For single-channel dimming, use channel A wire only.
  • For multiple dimming drivers on the same channel, you may connect the dimming wires in parallel (violet to violet and grey to grey) for all drivers on that channel.

For dual channel Tunable White applications,

Step 1: Connect the violet wire (+) from the dimming driver to channel A violet wire on the CU for intensity.

Step 2: Connect the violet wire (+) from the dimming driver to channel B violet/white wire on the CU for color.

Step 3: Connect the grey wire (-) from the intensity dimming driver to either grey wire from the CU. Repeat for Channel B (color) if required.

Step 4: If using only one of the grey wires, cap the unused grey wire.

The dimming wires may be connected in parallel as two separate groups for dimming intensity and color for multiple dimming drivers.

Step 5

NMI (Internal) only: Connect the sensor by plugging the RJ-45 connector from the CU-4 NMI cable into the RJ-45 jack of a High-bay sensor or use a coupler (CPL-RJ45) to connect to a Micro or Ruggedized sensor. Refer to Step 7 diagram.

NME (External) only: Plug the sensor cable RJ-45 plug into the RJ-45 jack on the CU-4E-NME top cover, as shown below. If the CU is installed inside of a J-box, use an extended height box (or an extender ring) so the sensor cable fits inside the box without being crushed.  Use a snap bushing in the knockout hole to protect the cable exiting the J-box.

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Alternate Wiring for Relay or Contactor

Step 1: Confirm that the relay or contactor coil and contacts are rated for the AC voltage that the CU will be connected to.

Step 2: Mount the relay or contactor as per the manufacturer's instructions.

Step 3: Connect the switched (red) and neutral (white) wires from the CU to the relay or contactor coil.

Step 4: Connect the unswitched (blue) wire from the CU to the relay or contactor input.

Step 5: Connect a wire to the relay or contactor output contact, connected to the driver line-in terminal. Refer to Step 3 in the Wiring the High Voltage Wires section.

Step 6: Connect the neutral (white) wire from the standard neutral from the branch circuit to the driver neutral-in terminal. Refer to Step 4 in the Wiring the High Voltage Wires section.

Step 7: Connect the dimming circuit directly to the drivers, as described in the Wiring the Low Voltage Wires section.

Completing the Installation

Step 1 (NME): If the sensor is mounted outside of the luminaire, use a snap bushing in the knockout hole on the lighting fixture to route and protect the sensor cable.

Step 2: Bend wires into place such that the J-box cover can easily be reattached.

Step 3: Install the covers for the J-box and ballast cavity, apply power to the newly wired lighting fixture, or turn the power on to the power-supply box.

Step 4: The lights should turn on to a full bright state and then may cycle or dim, based on the sensor commissioning status or programming.

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Model No: CU-4E-NME/NMI
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Surface Mount (DALI PSU-4)

Download the DALI PSU4 Installation Guide.

Enlighted offers the following two external DALI Bus Power Supply (DALI PSU) units. This document describes installing the Surface Mounted DALI PSU.

  1. Nipple Mount DALI Power Supply Unit (DALI PSU-6): Mounts to a junction box of an electrical wiring system. Refer to the DALI PSU-6 Install Guide.
  2. Surface Mount DALI Power Supply Unit (DALI PSU-4): Mounts to a flat surface inside fixtures or outside a fixture as an independently operated electrical device.

DALI Bus Power Supply (DALI PSU-4) 

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Enlighted offers the following two external DALI Bus Power Supply (DALI PSU) units. This document describes installing the Surface Mounted DALI PSU.

  1. Surface Mount DALI Power Supply Unit (DALI PSU-4): Mounts to a flat surface inside fixtures or outside a fixture as an independently operated electrical device.
  2. Nipple Mount DALI Power Supply Unit (DALI PSU-6): Mounts to a junction box of an electrical wiring system. Refer to the DALI PSU-6 Install Guide.

Shipped Components

  • Surface Mount DALI Bus Power Supply Unit

Items you may Need

  • Mounting screws or clips
  • Wire stripper
  • Screwdriver
  • Pliers

Caution

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

Procedure:

Step 1: Switch off the circuit breaker supplying power to the light fixture.

Step 2: Open the fixture cover and remove the cover for the ballast cavity. The ballast and its wiring should now be visible.

Step 3: Utilizing a voltmeter, verify that power is off to the ballast. If power is present, stop work, identify and switch off the circuit breaker.

Step 4: Place the DALI PSU-4 (PSU) in the desired location either inside the fixture enclosure or external to the fixture and secure it with the mounting screws.

Step 5: Connect the power input “Hot” wire (Line) to the AC-L (Line In) wire trap terminal on the PSU.

Step 6: Connect the power input “Neutral” wire to the AC-N (Neutral) wire trap terminal on the PSU.

Step 7: Connect the DA+ terminal from the PSU to the DA+ terminal on the DALI driver.

Step 8: Connect the DA- terminal from the PSU to the DA- terminal on the DALI driver.

When there are multiple drivers, the DALI ports can be connected to the PSU DA+, DA- and be powered by the PSU.

Wiring Diagram 

The Enlighted sensor can be connected to the DALI bus and be powered by the PSU. Refer to the wiring diagram.Wiring_Diagram_DALI_PSU_4.jpg

Product Compliance:

Model: DALI PSU-4

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CE

This device complies with the essential requirements and other relevant requirements of CISPR 24, CSIPR 32 in the EMC Directive 2004/108/EMC and is compliant with the following standards: EN61000-6-2, EN61000-6-4.  In addition, the device is compliant with the IEC 61347-2-11 safety standard for Lamp Control gear.

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DoCs: enlightedinc.com/eu-docs/

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Nipple Mount (DALI PSU-6)

Download the DALI PSU6 Installation instructions.

Enlighted offers the following two external DALI Bus Power Supply (DALI PSU) units.

  1. Nipple Mount DALI Power Supply Unit (DALI PSU-6).
  2. Surface Mount DALI Power Supply Unit (DALI PSU-4). Refer to the DALI PSU-4 Install Guide.

DALI Bus Power Supply (DALI PSU-6) 

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Shipped Components

  • Nipple Mount External DALI Bus Power Supply Unit

Items you will Need

  • Mounting screws or clips
  • Wire stripper
  • Screwdriver
  • Pliers

Caution

A qualified electrician must perform installation and maintenance per state, local, and National Electrical Codes (NEC) and requirements.

Installation

The DALI PSU-6 can be mounted either to a junction box or to a fixture.

Note: In some cities, such as in Chicago, the nipple-mounted DALI PSU must be installed inside a metal enclosure, such as a 4-inch x 4-inch junction box. Refer to the section DALI PSU-6 Inside of a J-Box.

Step 1: Switch off the circuit breaker supplying power to the power supply box or the luminaire.

Step 2: Loosen the two screws on the junction box's cover plate and slide out the cover plate. Remove a ½" knockout on the J-box.

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Step 3: Route the wires from the DALI PSU-6 through the knockout hole and pull the wires into the box.

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Step 4: When routing the wires through the knockout, route the cables through the locknut and thread the locknut inside of the J-box to tighten it.

Step 5: Connect the two groups of wires, high voltage, and low voltage wires, according to the code requirements. Refer to the corresponding section: Wiring the High Voltage Wires, and Wiring the Low Voltage Wires.

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DALI PSU-6 Inside of a J-Box

Step 1: To mount the PSU-6 inside a 4-inch x 4-inch J-box, mount it with the mounting nipple protruding into the adjoining J-box, as shown. Use the lock nut on the PSU nipple to secure both J-boxes together. Route the wires in the adjacent J-box as per the instructions below.

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Wiring the High Voltage Wires

Step 1: Connect the DALI PSU power input wires to the branch circuit feed (black=Line, white=Neutral) using wire nuts. Make the connections in the J-box per code.

Wiring the Low Voltage Wires

Note: Per NEC and local code compliance, DO NOT connect the low voltage wires in the same J-box as the high voltage wires. The low voltage wires are enclosed in a 600V rated sleeve sufficiently long to pass through the high voltage J-Box, eliminating the need for further separation or barrier. Use a bush or clamp in the knockout where the low voltage wires exit the J-box through the knockout.

The DALI PSU-6 can provide power to the DALI Bus and can source up to 200mA current. The violet wire is DA+ output; the grey wire is DA- output.

  1. Connect the DA+ and DA- output from the DALI PSU to the DALI port of the DALI device to be powered.
  2. For multiple DALI devices on the same DALI bus powered by a single DALI PSU, connect all DALI ports from the DALI device in parallel. Note the polarity of all the devices; connect violet to violet and grey to grey, DA+ to DA+ and DA- to DA-. 

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Completing the Installation 

Step 1: Bend wires into place such that the J-box cover can easily be reattached.

Step 2: Install the covers for the J-box and ballast cavity, apply power to the newly wired lighting fixture, or turn the power on to the power-supply box.

Step 3: The Enlighted sensor will perform a wiring test based on the sensor commissioning status or programming.

Product Compliance:

Model: DALI PSU-6

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CE

This device complies with the essential requirements and other relevant requirements of CISPR 24, CSIPR 32 in the EMC Directive 2004/108/EMC and is compliant with the following standards: EN61000-6-2, EN61000-6-4.  In addition, the device is compliant with the IEC 61347-2-11 safety standard for Lamp Control gear.

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DoCs: enlightedinc.com/eu-docs/

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Enlighted Room Control (WS-2-00)

Download the Enlighted Room Control, Installation Guide PDF: English rev.12 | German rev.12 | French rev.12

Overview

The Enlighted Room Control (ERC) provides a standard wall switch's basic control functions with preset dimming capabilities without any additional wiring. It enables you to select preset scenes so that groups of light fixtures behave in concert to achieve a lighting objective. The Enlighted Room Control gives you the flexibility to predefine up to six different scenes and many combinations of light levels that can be accessed at the push of a button.

 

Room Control Switch

Installation

Shipped Components

  • Room Control Switch
  • Usage card
  • Backplate (with captive screws in place)
  • Cover plate
  • Two tapping screws
  • Two #6-32 machine screws

Tools You May Need

  • Phillips screwdriver
  • Flat-head screwdriver

Caution

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

Wall and Junction Box Mounting

Step 1: Separate, if needed, the cover and backplates.

Step 2: Remove the plastic pull tab to allow the battery to come in contact with the terminals. 

Step 3: Press each button and verify that both the green and red LEDs flash and that the button moves smoothly.

Step 4: If the LEDs do not flash when a button is pressed, then check, and if needed, replace the battery using a standard CR2032 battery.

The battery is accessed after opening the case. 

 

Step 5: Position the switch on either the wall or a junction box with the LEDs on the top and the Enlighted logo on the bottom.

Step 6: Use the provided tapping screws (or machine screws for a junction box) to attach the ERC to the wall.

Step 7: Align the backplate (with the arrow pointing up) to the ERC. Affix the backplate to the ERC by firmly tightening both captive screws.

Step 8: Snap on the cover plate with the arrow (on its backside) pointing up.

Room Control

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To print the above ERC Quick Instructions card for configuring room light levels, see ERC Insert Card.

Tunable White Fixtures: When fixtures are configured for Tunable White in Manage, the ERC switch buttons three and four have additional functionality to increase or decrease the color temperature. For details, refer to the ERC Switch Control for Light Fixtures with Tunable White.

Adding ERC to Manage

The physical Enlighted Room Control (ERC) switch is associated with a virtual switch for controlling lights. You can add an ERC to be commissioned before a virtual switch is created or as part of associating it with a virtual switch. Refer to the article Create a Switch. 

Room Control Buttons

Hold the combination of buttons for five seconds to start the mode.

  • Buttons 2 & 4: Maintenance mode:  When adding ERCs to Enlighted Manage, hold buttons 2 and 4 from the top for five seconds. The green LED will blink green for five minutes to indicate that the ERC has entered the commissioning state. A key press-and-hold during the green LED blinking aborts the mode.
  • Buttons 1 & 3 & 4: Decommission: If for any reason you decide to remove the ERC after it is deployed, press buttons 1, 3, and 4 for five seconds to decommissions the ERC. The green LED blinks followed by a single red blink to indicate that the ERC is being decommissioned.
  • Buttons 1 & 4: Reboot (A single red LED blink shows reboot.)

Room Control LED Status Indicators

Red LED Green LED Buttons Pressed  ERC Status
OFF Single blink Any button Commissioned and working.
Single blink Single blink Any button Not commissioned.
OFF ON – Blink once per second 2 and 4 Commissioning Mode or Image Upgrade for Commissioned ERC.
Single blink ON – Fast Blink 1, 3, and 4 ERC is being Decommissioned.

Troubleshooting

Problem Solution
LEDs do not flash when a button is pressed. The energy in the battery may have drained. Check, and if needed, replace the battery.
Buttons do not easily move when pressed. Return unit for replacement

Product Compliance:

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Model: WS-2-00
FCC ID: AQQ-WS-2-00
IC: 10138A-WS200
Rev.12

DoCs: enlightedinc.com/eu-docs/

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EnOcean Switch

Overview

The EnOcean battery-less, energy harvesting switch uses the 2.4 GHz Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) radio standard to pair with sensors to control a group of fixtures and scenes. This article describes how to install an Enocean switch.

Download the EnOcean, Installation Guide PDF: English rev.02 | German rev.02 | French rev.02

The EnOcean switch is available in two models for N. America.

  1. EnOcean Switch Single Rocker, 2-button, Model: ESRPB
  2. EnOcean Switch Dual Rocker, 4-button, Model: EDRPB

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4- and 2-button EnOcean Switch (N.America)

The EnOcean switch is available in the following two models for Europe.

  1. EnOcean Switch Single Rocker, 2-button, Model: EWSSB
  2. EnOcean Switch Dual Rocker, 4-button, Model: EWSDB

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4- and 2-button EnOcean Switch (Europe)

Installation

Prerequisites

  1. Decide where you want to mount the switch, perhaps near the door entry or exit.
  2. Before mounting the switch to a wall, for proper assembly, make sure to align the “Top” labels on the rocker pad and wall plate.
  3. If you have disassembled the switch or the components fell apart, the switch components must align to the button contacts State 0 and State I marked on the switch module when assembling the switch. The Switch Module should be mounted so that the "I" label is placed above the "O" label. See Troubleshoot Tip:

The EnOcean switch can be surface mounted or installed flush over an existing wall box.

Surface Mount Installation

Step 1: Remove the wall plate from the rocker pad.

Step 2: Mark two small dots to align the top edge of the mounting plate using a leveling tool and pencil.

Step 3: Mark the screw drill points on the wall.

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Step 4: Drill holes for the wall anchors with a 3/16” drill bit and insert wall anchors.

Step 5: Insert the top screws loosely and level the backplate.

Step 6: Insert the bottom screws and hand tighten the top screws.

Step 7: Attach the wall plate on top of the rocker pad using the two screw holes.

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Note: For proper assembly, make sure to align the “Top” labels on the rocker pad and wall plate.

Flush Mount Installation

Note: When installing over an existing wall box, make sure any bare electrical wires are capped. Where local building codes require the use of UL-certified wall plates, please replace the provided wall plate with a certified wall plate made of plastic. Metal wall plates are not recommended, as they would reduce radio coverage.

Step 1: Remove the assembly screws which hold the wall plate, rocker pad, and mounting plate together.

Step 2: Use a tool to open the rocker pad free from the backplate carefully. The backplate is not used for this option.

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Step 3: Mount the rocker pad over the existing wall box using the two screw holes.

Note: For proper assembly, make sure to align the “Top” labels on the rocker pad and wall plate.

Step 4: Attach the wall plate on top of the rocker pad using the two wall box screw holes.

Step 5: Insert the trim plate tabs in the bottom slots, and then lightly flex the plate to insert top tabs.

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Switch Control

Pressing buttons on the switch may have different effects depending on the sensor’s state and values programmed in the fixture profile. Performing the procedure described in adding the switch to the sensor network and creating a switch group adds the switch to the Enlighted network and associates it with a fixture group. You can then test to see if the switch buttons function as given below.

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4- and 2-button Switch Control for North America and Europe Models

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When fixtures are configured for Tunable White, buttons three and four have additional functionality to increase or decrease the color temperature.  

Range Testing

The Bluetooth for ExRPB or EWSxB has a range of 10m communication within an indoor environment. Thus, the switches with plastic frames have a very low influence on the range factor.

Note: The Bluetooth range is limited for wall penetrations, especially for Ferro-concrete walls.

Magnets

A built-in electromagnetic harvester energizes the ExRPBs. Therefore, please do not place the magnet underneath the module.  

Troubleshoot Tip:

The EnOcean switch has three components: the Rocker, Central plate, and the external frame. In order for switches to operate as described, Enlighted recommends not to disassemble the switch. However, if you have disassembled it or the components fell apart, the switch components must align to the button contacts State 0 and State I marked on the switch module when assembling the switch. The Switch Module should be mounted so that the "I" label is placed above the "O" label. Otherwise, the switch buttons may not operate as indicated. The figure below shows the three components and the arrangement of the button contacts.

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Refer to the product User Manuals and Install Guide from EnOcean for technical details. 

Illumra Room Control

Overview

The ILLUMRA’s Self-Powered Wireless Bluetooth Switches provide wireless control of lighting and automation systems using battery-free energy-harvesting technology compatible with Enlighted products. Two styles (traditional and European) are available for the North American market, and come in both Single Rocker (2-button) and Dual Rocker (4-button) options.   

Download the required Illumra Room Control Switch, Installation Guide.

Downloads:

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.

 

Replacing a Wobbly ERC Switch Plate

The ERC switch plates shipped between Jan 2020 through May 2020 may not flush against the wall, or if you find that there is a gap between the switch plate and the wall, the switch plate could wobble. If you have one of these ERC switches—or think you have, here's what you need to know. 

Unsnap the switch plate from the ERC and check for the following:

After you have received the white housing, follow the steps below to replace the switchplate.

1. Unsnap the front plate from the ERC (Enlighted Room Control) switch.

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2. Unscrew the two screws on the backplate and remove the backplate.

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3. Take the new backplate (white) and screw it on to the ERC.

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4. Once the backplate is firmly secured, snap on the front switchplate.

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Plugload (PC-01-20)

Download the Plugload Installation Guide.

Guidelines:

  • Install the Plugload near the outlet or the load they control, and they must be wired properly to the outlet.
  • Place the Plugload in the electrical closet or near an electrical panel for easy access and visibility.
  • Install the Plugload within the gateway's wireless range and close to any sensor of the group they belong to.
  • Plugloads need to hear from only one sensor and do not need to hear from all sensors in the group.
  • The controlling sensor should belong to the same motion group to which the Gateway is assigned. Make sure the sensor is placed near the closet.
  • For floor outlets, the Plugload must not be buried under the floor.

Overview

The Enlighted Plug Load Controller transforms receptacles in 20A circuits to controlled and metered smart receptacles for energy-efficient and code-compliant plug load control. The device is paired with a sensor or a group of sensors in the network to enable occupancy-based control. The controller features two sets of wires to power separately controlled and uncontrolled outlets to measure energy consumption on both uncontrolled and controlled circuits separately.

Plugload Controller and Locknut

Installation

Shipped Components

  • Plug load controller (and ½ inch locknut)
  • MAC address sticker

Tools You May Need

  • Wire stripper

Supplies You May Need

  • Wire nuts (or connectors)
  • Junction box (j-box)
  • Two Conductor plus ground 12 AWG solid wire cable
  • Three Conductor plus ground 12 AWG solid wire cable
  • Clamps

Caution

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

Junction Box Installation

Step 1: Punch out a ½ inch knock out from the j-box and insert the threaded end of the plug load controller. Secure the plug load controller to the j-box with the supplied locknut.

Step 2: Main Feed - Feed the j-box with (3) 12 AWG conductors. (Hot, Neutral, and Ground)

Step 3: Connect the j-box with (4) 12 AWG conductors that run from the j-box to the receptacle wall box. (Hot, Switched Hot, Neutral, and Ground)

Step 4: Using wire nuts (or wire connectors):

  1. Connect the hot wire from the main feed to the black wire of the plug load controller.
  2. Connect the neutral wire from the main feed to the plug load controller's white wire and the neutral wire that feeds through to the receptacle.
  3. Connect the red wire of the plug load controller to the switched hot wire that feeds through to the receptacle.
  4. Connect the blue wire of the plug load controller to the hot wire that feeds through to the receptacle.
  5. Connect all ground wires to the j-box.

 

J-box with plug load controller, showing main feed and wiring to the receptacle.

Wiring Diagram

Receptacle Installation

Step 5: Break the connection on the “hot side” of the receptacle between the two outlets.

Step 6: Connect the neutral wire to the neutral connection on the receptacle.

Step 7: Connect the switched hot wire to the hot side of the “controlled outlet”.

Step 8: Connect the hot wire to the hot connection of the “uncontrolled outlet” (always powered).

Step 9: Install the receptacle in the wall box.

Step 10: Attach a receptacle faceplate that distinguishes the controlled outlet.

Step 11: Attach the included MAC address sticker on the faceplate.

Receptacle Wiring

Troubleshooting

Problem Solution
LED is not on when the device is powered Check to see that power is present from the circuit panel.
Check the wiring, if LED does not come on, then replace the device.

Product Compliance

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Model: PC-01-20
FCC ID: AQQ-PC-01-20
IC: 10138A-PC0120

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Asset Tag (AT-1U-H1)

Download the Asset Tag Installation Guide. Refer to the Asset Tag Spec Sheet.

Shipped Components

  • Asset Tag (AT-1U-H1)

Supplemental Components

  • Mounting Bracket (BRKT-AT-1U)

Asset Tags Placement Guidelines

The placement and positioning of asset tags are important for an unobscured line of sight to the sensors on the ceiling. Here is a guideline of recommended locations for asset tags.

Office or Medical Devices: The ideal location is to place the asset tag on top of the device. The order of preference is to place the tag

  1. on the device's top horizontal plastic insulating panel.
  2. on the device's top horizontal conducting metal or metalized panel.
  3. on the device's side at the highest unobscured location, or on the insulation plastic panel, vertically oriented with the button facing upwards.
  4. on the device's side at the highest unobscured location, or the conducting metal or metalized panels, vertically oriented with the button facing upwards.

Do not place the tag

  • on the bottom of the device (without any clear view of the ceiling)
  • in obscured location (for example, inside a cavity, etc.)

Installation Steps

The tag must be activated before use and added to the Where application.

Activating the Tag

Refer to the article Activating Tags.

Adding the Tag to the Where Application

Log in to the Where application as an Administrator and click the Tags tab in the navigation bar.  Refer to the article, Adding a Tag to save the tag, so it is registered in the system and appears in the list of tags.

Mounting the Tag to a Flat Surface

Step 1: Remove the adhesive cover from the tag's back and securely attach the asset tag to the equipment following the recommended placement guidelines.

 

Mounting the Tag to a Curved Surface using the Bracket

The asset tag can be secured to a structure with a curved surface such as a chair leg, equipment post, etc., using the mounting bracket and cable ties (BRKT-AT-1U). Determine if the asset tag requires a bracket to be mounted.

Step 1: Insert the tapered end of the tie through the upper slot in the bracket.

Step 2: Insert a second tie through the lower slot in the bracket.

Step 3: Hold the bracket and loop the cable ties around the curved surface of the structure.

Step 4: Pull the tapered end of the tie through the back of the tie head. Repeat this for the second tie until the bracket attaches itself snugly to the structure.

Step 5: Remove the adhesive cover from the back of the tag.

Step 6: Securely attach the asset tag to the mounting bracket.

 

Product Compliance

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Model: AT-1U-H1
FCC ID: AQQ-AT1U
IC: 10138A-AT1U
Rev.06
DoC: enlightedinc.com/eu-docs/

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