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C-Bus Occupancy Controller Range, WAll Mount Pir Motion Detector, 110 Degree

Catalogue Number: 752/WP
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Colour: Per UOM Std.
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Range of product
C-Bus
Range
C-Bus
Product brand
Clipsal
[Us] rated supply voltage
24 V DC
Network type
DC
Output current
<= 280 mA
EU RoHS Directive
Compliant
Toxic heavy metal free
Yes
Mercury free
Yes
RoHS exemption information
Yes
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 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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Does the 752/CD sensor need extra control gear?

This sensor is for use with a C-bus system.
For a stand alone 240V version you would need the 752/CD1RC.

For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=752/CD1RC
 

Which occupancy is C-Bus compatible?

Part number 752/CD  is C-Bus compatible.

for more information on this part please refer to https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=752/CD

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What is the part number for the hinge section on the 750WP range?

The part number is 750-KNUCKLE-GY.

Which outdoor sensors have a sensitivity adjustment

The  part codes are  100SA360, 750WP and 750WPR

Can 750WP be connected in parallel to control the same load .

No. Need to use the 750WPR, three wire device when connecting in parallel
For more information on the 750 series please visit the Clipsal web site on the link provided . https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=750w

Does the 96VH110/2 have a sensitivity adjustment

No it does not only the 100SA360, 750WP and 750WPR do

Can the 750WP sensor supply LED's?

The 750WP was not tested on LED loads, however a Load correction device may be used in conjunction for LED lighting loads. Load correction device part number = S31LCDA
Also check what LED driver is being used.

Can you get the bit that goes between the base and the sensor on the 750WP

The part number is 750-KNUCKLE-GY
 

Can the 750WP be used with LED lamps?

The 750WP is not compatible with electronic transformers, so can not be used for LED lights.

However, the 750WPR can be used to control LED lights.

For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=750WP
 

My 750WPR Infrascan has stopped switching the light on, but the red LED in the sensor is still flashing. What do I do?

If installed within the last five years it is covered under warranty. Please contact the Clipsal warranty department using the link to have the unit replaced free of charge.
Link: https://www.clipsal.com/warranty
 

How do I know if 750WPR Infrascans I have installed are affected by the batch related component issue?

If movement is still being detected (shown by the flashing RED LED indicator behind the sensor lens), however the load does not switch on, then the unit is affected. If this is the case please contact the Clipsal warranty department using the link to have the unit replaced free of charge.
Link: https://www.clipsal.com/warranty
 

What is the part number for the load correction device for the 750WP?

The part number for the load correction device for the 750WP is - 31CAP

 

Can you have multiple 750WP 2 wire sensors wired in parallel?

No, unfortunately you will need the 3 wire version. The part number for a 3 wire sensor is 750WPR.
Some of the key features are:
 

  • 10A maximum load current
  • Stand-by power consumption is less than 1W
  • 3 Wire
  • Neutral required
  • 30 seconds warmup time
  • 18 metre radius x 110° rated detection field at maximum sensitivity
  • 5 seconds to 20 minutes timer delay range
  • Cables accommodates 4 terminals, up to 2 x 2.5mm² cable per terminal
  • Relay switching method

For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=750WPR

 

How do I know if I my stock of the 750WPR-GY Infrascan is possibly affected by the recent batch related component issue?

Check the manufacturing date code on the bottom of the unit box or on the label under the mounting base. Products manufactured after May 2017 are not affected and are ok to use. If you have stock manufactured prior to this date, we are happy to provide free of charge replacements through our warranty process, by contacting Customer Care on email : CustomerCare.AU@schneider-electric.com or Telephone: 137328

Regarding the recent batch related component issue on the 750WPR Infrascan. I have installed a 750WPR Infrascan several months ago and its working fine so far, do i need to go back to replace it?

No. Units only need to be replaced IF they become defective. If within 5 years from install the unit does however become defective, please contact the Clipsal warranty department using the link below to have the unit replaced free of charge.
Link: https://www.clipsal.com/warranty
 

How do i stop my LED Flood light from flashing when connected to my 750WP 2-wire Sensor?

The LED Light is not working correctly with 750WP 2-Wire Sensor because it is NOT a compatible load.
If controlling a LED load via a sensor is required, you will need to use a 3-Wire version. The part number for a 3 Wire version is a 750WPR.
Please see the compatibility chart below:
Catalogue Number 750WP 750WPR
Compatible Load Types Incandescent Incandescent
  240V Halogen 240V Halogen
  Iron Core Transformers Fluorescent Loads
  N/A Iron Core Transformers
  N/A Electronic Transformers
  N/A Shaded Pole Induction Motors (Exhaust fans, (5A Max)
  N/A Split Phase Induction Motors (ceiling fans, 5A Max)
  N/A Other Motor Loads (Limit to 5A Max)
Incompatible Load Types Electronic Transformers N/A
  Fluorescent Loads N/A
  Discharge Lamps N/A
  Motor Loads N/A

Some of the key features for the 3 wire 750WPR Outdoor sensor are:
  • 10A maximum load current
  • Stand-by power consumption is less than 1W
  • 3 Wire
  • Neutral required
  • 30 seconds warmup time
  • 18 metre radius x 110° rated detection field at maximum sensitivity
  • 5 seconds to 20 minutes timer delay range
  • Cables accommodates 4 terminals, up to 2 x 2.5mm² cable per terminal
  • Relay switching method
For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=750WPR

Why is LED Light not working correctly with 750WP?

The LED Light is not working correctly with 750WP 2-Wire Sensor because it is not a compatible load.
If controlling a LED load via a sensor is required, you will need to use a 3-Wire version. The part number for a 3 Wire version is a 750WPR.
Please see the compatibility chart below:
Catalogue Number 750WP 750WPR
Compatible Load Types Incandescent Incandescent
  240V Halogen 240V Halogen
  Iron Core Transformers Fluorescent Loads
  N/A Iron Core Transformers
  N/A Electronic Transformers
  N/A Shaded Pole Induction Motors (Exhaust fans, (5A Max)
  N/A Split Phase Induction Motors (ceiling fans, 5A Max)
  N/A Other Motor Loads (Limit to 5A Max)
Incompatible Load Types Electronic Transformers N/A
  Fluorescent Loads N/A
  Discharge Lamps N/A
  Motor Loads N/A

Some of the key features for the 3 wire 750WPR Outdoor sensor are:
  • 10A maximum load current
  • Stand-by power consumption is less than 1W
  • 3 Wire
  • Neutral required
  • 30 seconds warmup time
  • 18 metre radius x 110° rated detection field at maximum sensitivity
  • 5 seconds to 20 minutes timer delay range
  • Cables accommodates 4 terminals, up to 2 x 2.5mm² cable per terminal
  • Relay switching method
For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=750WPR



 

Will a 2-wire Infrascan 750WP Sensor operate with 20W load?

No, Unfortunately a 20W load will not operate a 2-wire Infrascan 750WP Sensor as it has a minimum load of 40W. You can increse the minimum load by adding multiple lights or a larger light. Alternatively you can install a product called a 31CAP which is a capacitor specifically designed to "increase" the minimum load. 

The characteristics of a 31CAP capacitor are:
Values Description
Amp 0.025A (Ampere)  =  25mA (Milliampere).
Watts 6W
Voltage 240V
Microfarad 0.33μF
Maximum amount stacked in parallel 3

For further information please visit www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=31CAP