LOWCOST-PTA (REV. A)


Wiring the device with the power on may cause permanent damage to the .... Turn the TIME DELAY dial to the TEST position and hold the screwdriver on the dial ...

LOWCOST-PTA (REV. B)

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IN U.S.A.: Cooper Wiring Devices, 203 Cooper Circle, Peachtree City, GA 30269 • 866-853-4293

Catalog # OS306U Auto On Sensor Catalog # VS306U Manual On Sensor SPECIFICATIONS • 120V/AC, 60 Hz • Incandescent/Tungsten/Halogen/LED/Electronic Low Voltage (ELV) — 600W 12’ • Magnetic Low Voltage — 600VA • Fluorescent, Compact Fluorescent — 5.0A/600W • Motor Load — 1/6 HP • NOTE - A Ground connection is required in the wallbox where the sensor will be installed DESCRIPTION • This Sensor Wall Switch can replace a standard wall switch in any of the following applications: • Single location – one Single Pole switch. • Two location – one location is the sensor and the other location is a standard 3-way switch • Two location – replace both 3-Way switches with sensors. • The OS306U turns on automatically when a person enters the room. • The VS306U requires manual activation to turn on the lights. • Both OS306U and VS306U will automatically turn off lights after a selectable time delay. • OS306U includes a light level adjustment for daylight to prevent motion from turning on the lights. OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS Auto ON Sensor – OS306U: • OS306U will turn on lights automatically when a person enters the room. • Lights will turn off automatically when no motion is detected after a selectable time delay. • The selectable time delays are 5 seconds (Test Mode), 5 minutes (factory default), 10 minutes, 20 minutes and 30 minutes. Manual ON Sensor – VS306U: • The VS306U must be turned on manually with the ON/OFF button. • Lights will turn off automatically when no motion is detected after a selectable time delay. • The selectable time delays are 5 seconds (Test Mode), 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 20 minutes and 30 minutes (factory default). • When the lights have turned off due to a lack of motion, the lights will turn ON automatically if motion is detected within 30 seconds.

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MAJOR MOTION 450 SQ. FT.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS WARNING: • Turn OFF circuit breaker or remove fuse(s) and verify that power is off before wiring. • Never wire any electrical device with power turned on. Wiring the device with the power on may cause permanent damage to the device and void the warranty. • If you are unsure about any part of these instructions, or if the wiring does not match the descriptions given, you should call a qualified electrician. CAUTION: • Must be installed and used in accordance with all applicable electrical codes. • If a bare copper or green ground connection is not available in the wallbox, contact a qualified electrician for installation. Do not install without proper ground connections. • Do not exceed maximum device ratings. • For use ONLY with permanently installed fixtures of these types: Incandescent/Tungsten/Halogen, Magnetic Low Voltage (MLV), Electronic Low Voltage (ELV), Fluorescent, Compact Fluorescent, LED. • May also be used with motors up to 1/6 HP. • To avoid overheating and possible damage to other equipment, do not use to control receptacles. DIAGRAM 1: SENSOR IN ONE LOCATION • Use only #14 or #12 copper wire with these devices. Installing OS306U & VS306U Refer to the wiring diagrams and install the sensor according to these directions. For single pole applications, wire the sensor switch according to wiring diagram #1 using the wire nuts provided. Hot Hot 1. The sensor black wire will connect to the hot wire (black) in the wallbox. Output Black Black 2. The sensor red wire will connect to the wire which goes to the light fixture. Red 3. The sensor blue wire is not used and should be capped off with a wire nut. Black Ground 4. The sensor green wire will connect to the ground wire in the wallbox. Bare Green 5. Install the sensor loosely using the mounting screws provided. 6. Apply power and wait one minute. Verify that the sensor works by pushing the ON/OFF button to verify the lights 3-Way turn on and off. You must wait 2 seconds between button presses. If the lights do not work, then turn off the power Neutral Blue White and swap the connections on the sensor black and red wires. 7. Apply power again and verify that the sensor works by pushing the ON/OFF button to verify the lights turn on and off. Light Fixture 8. Turn power OFF and go to COMPLETING THE INSTALLATION. For 3-way applications, wire the sensor switch according to wiring diagram #2A or 2B using the wire nuts provided. The sensor may be placed at either end of the 3-way circuit. 1. Remove the existing switch in the location where the sensor will be installed. OS306U or VS306U Sensor a. The sensor black wire will connect to either one of the black wires in the wallbox. b. The sensor red wire will connect to the other black wire in the wall box. Neutral c. The sensor blue wire will connect to the red traveler wire in the wallbox White d. The sensor green wire will connect to the ground wire in the wallbox. e. Install the sensor loosely using the mounting screws provided. DIAGRAM 2A: SWITCH IN LOCATION WITH HOT WIRE 2. Remove the existing switch in the other 3-way location. First Location Second Location a. Connect the two black wires together. b. Connect the bare ground wire in the wallbox to the common terminal (usually a black screw or a marking such as COM or COMMON near the Black Traveler Hot terminal) on the 3-way switch. Black c. Connect the red wire to either of the other switch terminals. d. Re-install the 3-way switch and tighten securely. Black Hot 3. Apply power and wait one minute. Verify that the sensor works by pushing the Black Output ON/OFF button. You must wait 2 seconds between button presses. The lights Red should turn ON and OFF. If the lights do not work, then turn the power off and Ground swap the connections to the sensor black and red wires. Ground Green Bare 4. Apply power again and verify the sensor works by pushing the ON/OFF button Green Bare to verify the lights turn ON and OFF. Light Fixture Red Traveler 3-Way 5. Turn power OFF and go to COMPLETING THE INSTALLATION. Blue For 2 sensor applications, wire the sensor switches according to wiring diagram #3 using the wire nuts provided. 1. Remove the existing switch in the 3-way location where the first sensor will White be installed. a. The sensor black wire will connect to the two black wires in the wallbox. 3-Way Switch b. The sensor red wire will connect to the red wire in the wallbox. OS306U or VS306U Sensor c. The sensor blue wire is not used and should be capped off with a wire nut. White Traveler Neutral d. The sensor green wire will connect to the ground wire in the wallbox. White Neutral Neutral 3 traveler wires are required e. Install the sensor loosely using the mounting screws provided.

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2. Remove the existing switch in the other 3-way location where the DIAGRAM 2B: SENSOR IN LOCATION WITH HOT WIRE second sensor will be installed. a. The sensor black wire will connect to the black wire coming First Location Second Location from the first wallbox. Black Black Traveler b. The sensor red wire will connect to the red wire coming from the first wallbox and to the black wire going to the light fixture. c. The sensor blue wire is not used and should be capped off with a wire nut. Hot Hot d. The sensor green wire will connect to the ground wire in the wallbox. Output Black Black e. Install the sensor loosely using the mounting screws provided. Red Ground 3. Apply power and wait one minute. Verify that the sensors work by Ground Bare pressing the ON/OFF buttons on each sensor. If the light does not turn Bare Green ON and OFF from either or both sensors, you must swap the red and black sensor wire on that sensor. 3-Way Red Traveler Neutral Light Fixture 4. Re-install the sensor loosely, apply power again, and verify the sensor Blue White works by pushing the ON/OFF button to verify the lights turn ON and OFF. You must wait 2 seconds between button presses. 5. Turn power OFF and go to COMPLETING THE INSTALLATION. COMPLETING THE INSTALLATION: 3-Way 1. Secure sensor into the wall box using two mounting screws Switch OS306U or provided. Turn the circuit breaker ON. White Neutral VS306U sensor White 2. Allow the sensor to stabilize for one minute. The sensor is now ready to detect motion. 2 traveler wires are required 3. Verify that Power is ON by pushing the ON/OFF button. Lights should turn ON. DIAGRAM 3: SENSORS IN BOTH LOCATIONS 4. NOTE - The sensor time delay is factory preset (OS306U = 5 minutes; VS306U = 30 minutes). Second Location First Location 5. If you want to change the time delay proceed as Black Traveler follows: a. Remove the button from the sensor by pressing in the hooks on the button, and then lift up on the Red Traveler button as shown in Fig. 4. b. Set the time delay using the dial on the right side by using a small Phillips screwdriver. Align the arrow on the dial to desired time delay. c. To allow the installer to quickly confirm that the Black sensor is functioning properly the time delay can Hot Hot Hot be set to TEST. This will set a time delay of Output Output Black Black Black 5 seconds, which allows quick feedback Red Red that the sensor is working properly. Light Fixture Ground Ground 6. Replace push button by sliding it upward into the Bare Green Bare Green slots in the front housing and push down until the button hook snaps into place. 3-Way 3-Way Neutral 7. Push the ON/OFF button to verify that the lights turn White Blue Blue ON/OFF, and that the button operates freely. 8. Install the wallplate. Daylight Sensing Adjustment (OS306U only): • The Daylight sensing feature prevents lights from turning ON when the room is adequately illuminated by natural light. OS306U or VS306U Sensor OS306U or VS306U Sensor • NOTE - The factory setting for this adjustment is fully White White counterclockwise, which permits motion detection to turn the lights ON regardless of the ambient light Neutral Neutral 2 traveler wires are required level in the room. • This adjustment requires a small Phillips screwdriver and must be made when the light level in the FIGURE 5: room is at the desired level for the lights to turn ON. FIGURE 4 1. Remove the ON/OFF pushbutton to access the light level adjustment (See Figure 4) TURN TO SET 20 3 2. Turn the LIGHT LEVEL dial to the full clockwise position. 3. Turn the TIME DELAY dial to the TEST position and hold the screwdriver on the dial. Do not move for 2. LIFT UP 5 seconds until the light turns off. Immediately turn the dial back to the full counterclockwise position. The light should stay off. BUTTON TIME DELAY LIGHT LEVEL 4. Stand to the side of the sensor to allow the device to sense the normal light level in the room. 5.Move your hand continually back and forth about 2 feet in front of the sensor while slowly turning the LIGHT LEVEL dial counterclockwise until the light turns on. 1. PRESS TO 6. Adjust the Time delay to the desired setting. RELEASE 7. The Light Level adjustment is now complete. Replace the ON/OFF pushbutton.

HOOK TROUBLESHOOTING: If you have a problem with your Motion Sensor, first follow this guide. If the problem persists, call the customer service hotline at 1-866-853-4293 between 8:00 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. EST weekdays. SYMPTOM Light does not automatically turn on. For OS306U only

Light does not automatically turn off.

Light does not stay on Remote switch does not work

POSSIBLE CAUSE 1. Circuit breaker is turned off, or fuse is blown. 2. Bulb is defective. 3. Poor connection. 4. Control may be wired incorrectly. 5. Daylight sensing prevents lights on 1. Motion is still present. 2. Time Delay has not expired. 3. Control may be wired incorrectly. 4. Switch is being triggered by air vent or other heat source. 1. Motion is not detected. 2. TIME control is set for too short a delay 1. Control may be wired incorrectly.

SOLUTION 1. Turn circuit breaker on, or replace fuse. 2. Replace light bulb. 3. Verify all wiring connections. 4. Check wiring. 5. Re-adjust daylight sensing level. 1. Make sure there is no motion during the time delay period. 2. No action needed or shorten TIME DELAY. 3. Check wiring 4. Move switch to the other switch location (if a 3-way), or determine the source triggering the switch, and alter the air flow. 1. Create movement in front of the sensor for 5 seconds. 2. Set switch TIME control to longer time period. 1. Check wiring

COOPER WIRING DEVICES LIMITED 2 YEAR WARRANTY

Cooper Wiring Devices (CWD) warrants this device to be free of defects in materials and workmanship in normal use and service for a period of two years from date of original purchase. THIS 2 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, OBLIGATIONS, OR LIABILITIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED (INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE THAT IS IN DURATION IN EXCESS OF 2 YEARS FROM THE DATE OF ORIGINAL CONSUMER PURCHASE). NO AGENT, REPRESENTATIVE, OR EMPLOYEE OF CWD HAS AUTHORITY TO INCREASE OR ALTER THE OBLIGATIONS OF CWD UNDER THIS WARRANTY. To obtain warranty service for any properly installed CWD device that proves defective in normal use send the defective sensor prepaid and insured to Quality Control Dept., Cooper Wiring Devices, 203 Cooper Circle, Peachtree City, GA 30269; in Canada: Cooper Wiring Devices, 5925 McLaughlin Road, Mississauga, Ontario L5R 1B8. CWD will repair or replace the defective unit, at its option. CWD will not be responsible under this warranty if examination shows that the defective condition of the unit was caused by misuse, abuse, improper installation, alteration, improper maintenance or repair of damage in shipment to CWD. CWD SHALL HAVE NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR INSTALLATION OF THE SENSOR, OR FOR ANY PERSONAL INJURY, PROPERTY DAMAGE, OR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONTINGENT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, RESULTING FROM DEFECTS IN THE SENSOR OR FOR BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS PRODUCT.

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