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Radio static from cooper wiring devices occupancy sensor

Two "cooper wiring devices" "390-6107XX-EG1D" occupancy sensors in a circuit at the top and bottom of a stairway.which are generating huge amounts of noise in the AM radio band. All the time its "ON" (has turned on the lights) the AM radio generates nothing but noise. (I have tested by removing all other items from the circuit. Even when they are the only thing in the circuit, when they are "on' they still makes noise. Both are grounded to metal conduit. Is there anyway to stop the static?

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Use only incandescent light bulbs on those and test again.

Posted on Nov 21, 2013

Testimonial: "Circuit has only got incandescent bulbs, further noise happens even when there are no bulbs in the circuit. i tested it with and without."

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Wire occupancy sensor to control receptacle


Your description doesn't explain the circuit, the function of the wires or how the switch controls the outlet and whether the switch is a single pole or two-pole switch. Without such details it is difficult to visualise the circuit.

I advise before you go further to test the sensor in a known good and correctly wired outlet using a length of cable and a suitable plug for the outlet. It is possible the unit is faulty. If it functions correctly on test you will need to understand the circuit and the function of the wires before you rewire it to assure success.

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Cooper wiring devices 390-6107xx-eg1d wiring diagram


This is the Cooper product #6107; Standard Series Occupancy Sensor, 3-Way, 500W/400W, Incandescent, Halogen, Fluorescent Rapid Start Ballast.

Do NOT use to control light fixtures with CFL or LED lamps!

Connect this switch by using the diagram for the #6107 Single-Pole or 3-Way (match your existing switch) linked below.

https://objects.eanixter.com/PD365967.PDF

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Two "cooper wiring devices" "390-6107XX-EG1D" occupancy sensors in a circuit at the top and bottom of a stairway.which are generating huge amounts of noise in the AM radio band. All the time its "O


Remove the two sensors. If they are connected to your lighting on the same circuit you may need to replace then with '3-Way Switches'.
Also see this warning: http://www.saferproducts.gov/ViewIncident/1232148

Nov 21, 2013 | Cooper Wiring Devices Electrical Supplies

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I want to replance a standard wall switch (2 wires: white & black) with a PIR Occupancy Sensor switch


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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Installation instructions for a Cooper Wiring Devices OS310U-W-K Motion-Activated Occupancy Sensor Wall Switch, White


LED bulbs with leaking motion sensors tend to flicker as well, more so than CFL. I switched to Cooper style - but now my Cooper OS310u will sense motion - and keep sensing motion almost all the time. If it's in test mode - it will shut off but otherwise it keeps sensing it. This is in a garage - and door open or closed does not seem to affect it. I have the same unit working in my basement just fine.

suggestion - don't try LEDs to solve the problem and yes - it will burn out your CFLs real fast.

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Is their a way to adjust the delay time on a 390-6107xx-eg1d motion sensor light? If I stand still it cuts out in 3 seconds


There is a switch on the front that allows for different times before shutdown. Also there is a smaller dial beneath the panel that lets you adjust the sensitivity. Try adjusting it to be more sensitive ( + ) so that you are seen and then the timer should kick in.

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wires under the seat try disconnecting the connections and rubbing contacts with a black lead graphite pencil?' often works

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I have a stairs with a switch and a bulb on each floor and i need to replace them with a wall pir sensor on each floor i need the wiring diagram


I answer questions for free.
I know electrical wiring.
I am unsure about a few things in your question.
Are you wanting to know how to wire a product you purchased?
Are looking for a wiring diagram to see if you can do what your want?

1) Is your circuit a 3-way circuit with 2 switches controlling both lights?
2) Or are there 2 different circuits where each switch controls one light?

Here is a Leviton manual with wiring for occupancy sensors:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Leviton-IPP0R-1LW.pdf
If you want sensors to replace 3-way switches, you need a control sensor and a remote sensor.

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http://waterheatertimer.org/images/3-way-sensor-600.jpg

Add a comment and I will get back to you with specific details about wiring.

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Hey,
take a look at www.airbagmodul.com

They're working in Airbag-Simulators and Occupancy Sensor-Simulators.

Regards

Gerrit

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Hey,
take a look at www.airbagmodul.com

They're working in Airbag-Simulators and Occupancy Sensor-Simulators.

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