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How install WSP-250 passive infrared wall switch occupancy sensor

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For this combo , the white wires connect to the two silver screws on one side of the combo .The black power wire connects to the screw next to the switch. IF you want to have the receptacle hot all the time then jumper the hot black from the switch screw to the receptacle screw. The screw in the center is for the black wire from any lihghts that you want to control. IF it is the receptacle that you wish to control with this switch .. then the power connects to the screw next to the switch and the center screw jump a wire to the screw next to the receptacle

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Replacing a one way light switch with a infrared motion sensor. Sensor has N,L,A connection points. brown to L. blue to N and green to old earth on socket base. What is the A for ? Not working Joh


It is best not to speculate about this - you need to refer to the data sheet for the switch. The passive infrared sensor will require a low voltage for operation which it will derive from the mains (probably) but that would usually require a neutral to be present in some form.

A neutral of sorts could be derived from the circuit through the load, but only while it is switched off) or from the earth connection, which is a practice that is frowned upon.

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Having trouble adjusting settings


What kind of problem?

I have the delay adjustment set on "test". It comes on right away but turns off too soon. If the delay it turned to anything but "test", it will not come on immediately. Is this switch defective? I have another for another location but don't want to open the package until I know the answer to this question.

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Is this new installation, or old motion sensor that has malfunctioned? Add comment.
Motion sensor has adjustment dials.
Motion sensor that lights in day has probably gone bad.
Occupancy switch and motion sensor wire the same:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-occupancy-switch.html
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Copy following link for simple walk-thru how to wire occupancy switch
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-occupancy-switch.html

This device is made to replace single-pole switch.
Power to fan: note the horsepower range for device: for example if occupancy switch is rated 1/4 Hp, then it will work for ordinary bath fan. If device is rated for 1/3-1/2 Hp then it is rated for whole-house fan.
Each fan motor will have rating plate showing Hp. Check rating labels for each device.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Color-codewire.html

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The atp1277 is not a programmable device.
Once the device is installed and wired correctly, then it will automatically sense body heat (infrared heat) when somebody enters smallish room. This is not for large room.
When heat is detected, the light turns ON.
This means the device has to be pointed at the entry door.

The device has an override switch which appears as a small square button on face of device located below the curved sensor screen.

The ATP1277 sensor device replaces any single-pole switch, and can also be wired 'in parallel' so that two of the devices can be installed in a room, and either device will turn light ON.
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As with any single pole switch; in series.
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