Wholesale 100% Original XJM7-J Measuring box (Infrastructure Energy Measurement Box) for Washington Factories
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XJM7-J metering box (infrastructure power metering box) is suitable in power supply system with AC 50HZ, rated voltage 380 / 220V , as the power measurement in construction site.
Meet GB7251.1-1997 and GB7251.3-1997 standards.
Intermatic’s Occupancy/Vacancy Sensors provide lighting automation at your fingertips, allowing for energy efficiency. In today’s video learn how to properly install your Intermatic 2-circuit In-Wall Occupancy/Vacancy Sensors. This instructional video is intended for all IOS-DDR Models.
No neutral wire is required, making it perfect for retrofit applications.
Everything you need for installation is inside the box:
• Decorator wall plate
• Wire connectors
• The switch
To ensure accurate performance and safety please be aware of the following advisories:
• Avoid transparent barriers, such as glass windows
• Do not mount directly above a heat source or in an area where hot or cold drafts will blow directly on the sensor
• Ensure no objects are blocking the sensor’s field of view
For your convenience, the instructions for the video can be found below:
Step 1 – Disconnect the power at the circuit breaker or disconnect switch.
Step 2 – Take out the old switch.
PRO TIP: You should have two wires plus a ground wire (which is the no neutral) and two additional wires for in and out. This is how you know the DDR is the right replacement switch.
PRO TIP: In this application, the two yellow wires are for the second button. Make sure you know what is in your LINE/HOT, POWER IN, or LOAD/POWER OUT before connecting the new switch. If you aren’t sure, please contact an electrician.
Step 3 – Remove ¾ of an inch of insulation from the end of each circuit conductor on the sensor switch. Make sure the ends of the wires are straight.
Step 4 – Connect the lead wires.
• Black to Orange with Black for LINE 1/HOT
• Red to Orange for PRIMARY LOAD wire
• Blue to Yellow with black for LINE 2/HOT
• Brown lead to Yellow for SECONDARY LOAD
• Green to Green for GROUND
HINT: When you have two wires with a ground or no neutral, the ground wire MUST be connected for the unit to operate.
Step 5 – Use a twist-on wire connector to join one supply conductor with one 16 AWG device control lead.
Step 6 – Gently position the wires in the wall box and fasten the switch. Make sure the switch is mounted TOP up.
HINT: Two control switches control two loads on this model.
Step 7 – Move the band switch to adjust the switch’s operation:
• You can select the Occupancy Dual Mode (OCCD) setting to automatically switch both loads ON or OFF after the set time delay.
• Slide the band to the center position to select the Occupancy Single Mode (OCCS). This setting enables automatic ON and OFF after a set time delay for your primary load.
• Your primary switch is the button on the left.
• On the right, Vacancy Dual Mode (VACD), also known as “Manual ON Occupancy Mode,” sets the switch for manual ON and automatic OFF after the set time delay.
Step 8 – After selecting the mode you want, replace the small cover plate and install the designer wall plate.
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