sensor cbus pir occupancy

Passive Infrared Occupancy Sensor

Catalogue Number: 5751L
sensor cbus pir occupancy
Colour: White Electric
Colour: Per UOM Std.
  • White Electric 1 PCE

Specifications

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Range of product
C-Bus
Range
C-Bus
Product brand
Clipsal
Product or component type
occupancy sensor
Device application
lighting
Product specific application
staircase monitoring
Sensor type
PIR
Protection type
creep zone protection
Type of setting
light sensitivity adjustable
Number of channels
1
Detection face
  • lateral: 6 m
  • frontal: 8.5 m
    • Movement detection area
      6 m
      Horizontal detection angle
      0-120 °
      Vertical detection angle
      90 °
      Time delay range
      0...1 s (switch-on)
      Duty cycle
      1080 min
      Material
      plastic
      Device mounting
      surface
      Mounting height
      2.4 m
      EU RoHS Directive
      Compliant
      Toxic heavy metal free
      Yes
      Mercury free
      Yes
      RoHS exemption information
      Yes
      China RoHS Regulation
       Pro-active China RoHS declaration (out of China RoHS legal scope)
      Circularity Profile
      ENVEOLI121002EN

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      Frequently Asked Questions

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      What is the part code for a front part only for a CBUS infrascan CBUS2

      The part code is 5751L is the CBUS version of 751R

      Does the Corridor Linking function available on C-Bus 5753L sensor?

      Yes, If the 5753L sensor has the latest firmware version V2.4.00.

      Can i get 5753L in black?

      No. Unfortunately, we do not.

      What is the cut out hole size for a CBUS motion detector 5753L

       The cut out hole size is 50mm

      What is the main difference between part nos 5753L & 5753PEIRL

      The 5753PEIRL can control C-Bus by occupancy, light level and also via an IR remote, and can work in conjunction with a switch.

      The 5753L operates by occupancy, and can be programmed to operate with a switch.

      What is the cut out size for the Clipsal , 360° Infrascan® Passive Infared Motion Sensor?

      The cut out size is 50mm, please see the attached installation sheet for further detail.

       

      What is the Pot Level of the C-Bus 5753L if the Potentiometer A set to fully clockwise?

      It reads 2550 lux, if the Pot A at the fully clockwise position.

      What is the Pot Level of the C-Bus 5753L if the Potentiometer A set to fully anti-clockwise?

      It reads 0 lux, if the Pot A at the fully anti-clockwise position.

      Video: Program “Absence Detection” using Rapid Configuration

      Objective:
      Absence detection sets the sensor to detect the absence of motion. If the lighting is on and the sensor detects the absence of motion, a timer is activated. When the timer expires and the sensor element still detects absence, a C-Bus command is sent to control lighting.
      This video will step through Program “Absence Detection” using Rapid Configuration, it will cover those C-Bus sensors, 5753L and 5753PEIRL.
      Product Line:
      5753L and 5753PEIRL
      Environment:
      C-Bus Sensors: C-Bus Toolkit 1.15.2
      Resolution:
      Double click the sensor to open its GUI in Rapid
      Select “Absence Detection” and click “Next”
      Select a group from “Group” dropdown list
      Define the Expiry Time (5 minutes assigned by default)
      Click “Apply” or “Save & Close”
       

      What is the C-Bus sensor that is 360 degree and flush mounted / recessed?

      5753L. This unit is only available in white but does not require -WE on the end of the part name

      Which version of C-Bus Toolkit includes the Rapid Commissioning Tool?

      It is available on Toolkit 1.14.0 and later version

      What functions are used on the Absence Detection Configuration, programmable by the Rapid GUI in C-Bus Toolkit?

      It uses Day Move function only; it triggers a Lighting Type group ON when movement at Day occurs, above the light threshold.

      What functions are used on the Presence Detection Functions, programmable by the Rapid GUI in C-Bus Toolkit?

      It uses Any Move function only; it triggers a Lighting group On when any movement occurs, regardless the light threshold.

      What is the Presence Detection Operation, programmable by the Rapid GUI in C-Bus Toolkit?

      Presence detection sets the sensor to trigger on motion. When motion is detected, the sensor sends a C-Bus command across C-Bus.

      What functions are used on the Presence Detection with Light Level Dependence Configuration, programmable by the Rapid GUI in C-Bus Toolkit?

      It uses Day and Night Move function together; it triggers a Lighting Type group ON when movement at Night occurs, below the light threshold.

      Can I still use the old GUI to program a C-Bus sensor?

      Yes, if you are in the Rapid GUI, then click on the “Switch to Classic” button to go the Classic GUI.
       

      What is the Classic GUI?

      It is known as the normal GUI that is used for setting the C-Bus Indoor Passive Infrared Occupancy Detector unit to carry out basic sensing operations. It is supported by any sensor firmware versions.

      What is the Rapid GUI?

      It is known as the Rapid Commissioning User Interface or Rapid Configuration Tool, it is used for setting the C-Bus Indoor Passive Infrared Occupancy Detector unit to carry out basic sensing operations. It is supported only by the sensor firmware version 2.3.0 and above. 

      Is the communication accessory ACE 850 compatible with Sepam 80?

      Goals and Symptoms

      Is the communication accessory ACE 850 compatible with Sepam 80?

      Causes and Fixes

      YES. The Communication Accessory ACE 850 is compatible with the Sepam 80 if the Sepam 80 Base Version is greater than or equal to V6.01 and if TCP/IP option reference 59754 has been precised in the order.

      Note: The cable between Sepam 80 and its ACE 850 (CCA614 reference 59751) must be plug on Sepam 80 F Port.

      Keywords and phrases: ACE850

      AEDL3

       


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL201113 V1.0, Originally authored by DaMi on 01/22/2010, Last Edited by DaMi on 01/22/2010
      Related ranges: Sepam accessories, Sepam series 80

      Where can I find information on the input line current for the ATV61 drives?

      Issue:
      Where can I find information on the input line current for the ATV61 drives?

      Product Line:
      ATV61/71

      Environment:
      All serial numbers for ATV61/71

      Cause:
      Wants to know what the input line current is.

      Resolution:
      Information for the line current for the ATV61 drive can be found in the ATV61 installation manual
       

      What could be causing the motor coupling between my motor and compressor to break when the motor is powered with a VFD?

      Issue:
      What could be causing the motor coupling between my motor and compressor to break when the motor is powered with a VFD?

      Product Line:
      All VFD product lines

      Environment:
      All models, All serial numbers

      Cause:
      Motor coupling is breaking when powered by VFD.  Did not do this when connected to line power.

      Resolution:
      Check the motor control type (CTT parameter on most drives).  If this is in a sensorless flux vector or flux vector control mode, try changing to "v/f 2pts." mode or Standard mode.  These modes do not try to automatically adjust motor voltage to maintain torque.  

      What is the Absence Detection Operation, programmable by the Rapid GUI in C-Bus Toolkit?

      The Absence Detection sets the sensor to send an OFF command to the C-Bus lighting group when the sensor does not detect motion for a period longer than the timer duration. The C-Bus group must be turned ON from another input unit.

      What is the Presence Detection with Light Level Dependence Operation, programmable by the Rapid GUI in C-Bus Toolkit?

      Presence detection with light level dependence sets the sensor to trigger from both presence detection and light level conditions. This option is useful for low lux occupancy detection. When the light level sensor element detects lux levels to be within a prescribed range (such as at night time) and, at the same time, the occupancy sensor element detects motion, then the sensor sends a C-Bus command to control lighting.

      STB Extended Temperature Range NIM Identification

      Goals and Symptoms

      The purpose of this resolution is to assist in identification of STB Extended Temperature Range Network Interface Modules.

      Facts and Changes

      Product Version numbers of the Extended Temperature Range Network Interface Modules (NIMs) are:
      MODEL PV:

      STBNCO2212 12
      STBNDN2212 12
      STBNDP2212 14
      STBNFP2212 17
      STBNIB2212 13
      STBNIP2212 10
      STBNMP2212 14

      NIMs with the above minimum PV: values will be marked with the following Factory Mutual logo:



      5VDC current ratings for NIMs with this marking and minimum PV: values are:

      1.2A from -25° to +60°
      575mA from +60°C to +70°C

      Causes and Fixes

      Reference Facts and Changes for information.


      Legacy KB System (APS) Data: RESL190463 V1.0, Originally authored by WeDa on 12/27/2007, Last Edited by WeDa on 12/27/2007
      Related ranges: Advantys STB

      Video: Program “Absence Detection” using Classic Configuration

      Objective:
      Absence detection sets the sensor to detect the absence of motion. If the lighting is on and the sensor detects the absence of motion, a timer is activated. When the timer expires and the sensor element still detects absence, a C-Bus command is sent to control lighting.
      This video will step through Program “Absence Detection” using Classic Configuration, it this will cover those C-Bus sensors, 5753L, 5753PEIRL, 5754ODPE, 5754ODPEIR.
      Product Line:
      C-Bus Sensors: 5753L, 5753PEIRL, 5754ODPE, 5754ODPEIR
      Environment:
      C-Bus Toolkit 1.15.2
      Resolution:
      Right click on the sensor and select “Open Unit in Classic” to open its GUI in Classic
      Select a group from the “Virtual Key 1 Group” dropdown list
      Click the  button to define the Expiry Time (5 minutes assigned by default) and click “OK”
      Go to Key Functions tab and change the Short Press “On Key” on Key 2 column to “Idle”
      A Confirm-12413 message will pop up
      Click “NO” to keep the Occupancy events for this sensor
      Click “Apply” or “OK”