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MaxLite® LED Wall Packs (Cutoff & Standard) General Safety Information

• To reduce the risk of death, personal injury or property damage from fire, electric shock, falling parts, cuts/abrasions, and other hazards read all warnings and instructions included with and on the fixture box and all fixture labels. • Before installing, servicing, or performing routine maintenance upon this equipment, follow these general precautions. • Commercial installation, service and maintenance of luminaires should be performed by a qualified licensed electrician. • For Residential installation: If you are unsure about the installation or maintenance of the luminaires, consult a qualified licensed electrician and check your local electrical code. • DO NOT INSTALL DAMAGED PRODUCT! • This fixture is intended to be connected to a properly installed and grounded UL listed junction box.

Picture is for illustration purposes only. Your model may vary.

WARNING: RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK • Turn off electrical power at fuse or circuit breaker box before wiring fixture to the power supply. • Turn off the power when you perform any maintenance. • Verify that supply voltage is correct by comparing it with the luminaire label information. • Make all electrical and grounded connections in accordance with the National Electrical Code and any applicable local code requirements. • All wiring connections should be capped with UL approved wire connectors.

CAUTION: RISK OF INJURY • Wear gloves and safety glasses at all times when removing luminaire from carton, installing, servicing or performing maintenance. • Avoid direct eye exposure to the light source while it is on. • Account for small parts and destroy packing material, as these may be hazardous to children. CAUTION: RISK OF FIRE • Keep combustable and other materials that can burn away from luminaire and lamp/lens • MIN 90°C SUPPLY CONDUCTORS.

WPS20AU50XXXXX 120-277V 50/60 Hz WPS30AU50XXXXX 120-277V 50/60 Hz WPCS20AU50XXXXX 120-277V 50/60 Hz WPCS30AU50XXXXX 120-277V 50/60 Hz WPCL40AU50XXXXX 120-277V 50/60 Hz WPCL55AU50XXXXX 120-277V 50/60 Hz WPS20AU50XXXXX 120-277V 50/60 Hz WPS30AU50XXXXX 120-277V 50/60 Hz WPL40AU50XXXXX 120-277V 50/60 Hz WPL55AU50XXXXX 120-277V 50/60 Hz WPS40BU50XXXX 120-277V, 50/60 HZ WPS28BH50XXXX 347-480V, 50/60 HZ WPS50BH50XXXX 347-480V, 50/60 HZ

Model options: If XXXX = PC12, voltage input 120V, 50/60Hz If XXXX = PC27, voltage input 208-277V, 50/60 Hz If XXXX = PC, voltage input 120-277V, 50/60Hz If XXXX = MS, voltage input 120-277V, 50/60 Hz If XXXX = IBB, voltage input 120-277V, 50/60 Hz

WPL80AU50 120-277V 50/60 Hz WPS20A350XXXXX 347V 50/60 Hz WPS30A350XXXXX 347V 50/60 Hz WPCS20A350XXXXX 347V 50/60 Hz WPCS30A350XXXXX 347V 50/60 Hz WPL55AH50XXXXX 347-480V 50/60 Hz WPL40AH50XXXXX 347-480V 50/60 Hz WPCL40AH50XXXXX 347-480V 50/60 Hz WPCL55AH50XXXXX 347-480V 50/60 Hz WPS28BU50XXXX 120-277V, 50/60 HZ WPS50BU50XXXX 120-277V, 50/60 HZ WPS40BH50XXXX 347-480V, 50/60 HZ

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MaxLite® LED Wall Packs (Cutoff & Standard) General Wiring Diagram

CAUTION: Turn off electrical power at fuse or circuit breaker box before wiring fixture to the power supply.

Connecting panels to AC source supply: All units must be individually connected to the AC supply. (see page 1 for voltage by model) Black = Line White = Neutral Green = Ground

347-480V with Step Down Transformer

AC Wiring Instructions 1. 2.

3.

Feed wires through wire way and secure using connector (not supplied). Connect supply wires to quick connect originating from INPUT side of driver. Black/Hot supply to quick connect with black wire. White/Neutral supply to quick connect with white wire. Be sure to confirm connections are secure. Connect ground wire to quick connect with green wire. Be sure to confirm grounding connection is secure.

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MaxLite® LED Wall Packs (Cutoff & Standard) WPL80 Wiring Instructions

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MaxLite® LED Wall Packs (Cutoff & Standard) Installation & Operation

Disconnect the power by turning off the circuit breaker or by removing the appropriate fuse at the fuse box. Turning the power off using the light switch is not sufficient to prevent electrical shock. 1.

Drill three mounting holes into mounting surface using a 3/8” drill bit. Use template to locate mounting holes.

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Take care to avoid damaging driver, wires and quick connectors and drill holes through castings over fixture mounting holes.

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5. 6.

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Use a screwdriver to loosen (2) screws securing fixture door. Remove fixture rear housing from fixture. Use a flat head screw driver to remove appropriate wire way covering from back plate of housing.

Affix fixture to mounting surface by installing anchors (not supplied) through fixture mounting holes into holes drilled into the mounting surface. Be sure to use an anchor appropriate for the mounting surface in which the fixture is installed. Add ¼” bead of exterior grade silicone sealant around the perimeter of the wall pack on the wall to inhibit any moisture from attachment screws. Remove the pull-through plugs from the two weep holes at the bottom of the fixture front housing to reduce condensation buildup and avoid water buildup within the fixture. (see photo on right) Reattach fixture front to fixture rear housing.

Connect driver OUTPUT leads to quick connect originating from LED array. Red output to quick connect with red wires, black output to quick connect with black wires. Reattach fixture using two screws removed in installation step 2.

Daylight/Motion Sensor Option: Wiring Diagram

Be sure that the unused second yellow wire is capped.

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Daylight/Motion Sensor Option: Function Definitions 2

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MOTION TIME DELAY The length of time the motion sensor will keep the lights on and at maximum level after it last detects motion.

TEST & BLINK-BACK MODE AUTO SET-POINT Photocell calibration procedure for detecting optimum lighting control level. BLINK-BACK MODE The type of visual feedback that is provided when programming via the push-button; i.e. entire fixture will blink or just sensor LED will blink. TEST MODE Disables Minimum On Time, sets Occupancy Time Delay to 30 sec, and shortens all photocell transition and dimming rates. Mode will expire after 10 min or if function 4 is changed.

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TEN’S DIGIT OF SET-POINT The ten’s digit of the target light level that is to be maintained by the device (in foot-candles).

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SUNLIGHT DISCOUNT FACTOR Value used to improve the tracking accuracy of a photocell during periods of high daylight. Decreasing the value will lower the controlled levels of the lights.

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ONE’S DIGIT OF SET-POINT The one’s digit of the target light level that is to be maintained by the device (in foot-candles).

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INCREMENTAL SET-POINT ADJUSTMENT Alters the target light level that is to be maintained by the device (in foot-candles).

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PHOTOCELL CONTROL Indicates what mode of photocell operation, if any, is enabled.

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RESTORE FACTORY DEFAULTS Returns the sensor to its default settings.

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RAMP UP RATE Time period from when motion is detected to when lights are at high trim level.

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MAXIMUM LEVEL (HIGH TRIM) The output level (0-10 VDC) of the sensor after motion is detected.

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FADE DOWN RATE Time period from when motion time delay expires to when lights are at low trim level. MINIMUM LEVEL (LOW TRIM) The output level (0-10 VDC) of the sensor after the fade down time has elapsed.

PHOTOCELL TRANSITION OFF TIME The time period after the photocell measures a light level above the set-point (plus the deadband) that it will turn the lights off (or dim them to min level).

PHOTOCELL TRANSITION ON TIME The time period after the photocell measures a light level below the set-point that it will turn lights on.

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Daylight/Motion Sensor Option: Programming Instructions Please read all 3 steps before programming 1.

Enter a programming function by pressing button the number of times as the desired function number from the tables below. (e.g. press twice for function 2, motion time delay).

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Press button the number of times indicated in the particular function’s detailed table for the NEW desired setting (e.g. press 5 times for 10 min). As confirmation of setting change, LED flashes back the NEW  setting 3 times before exiting.

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LED will flash back the selected function’s current setting (e.g. 3 flashes for 5 minute time delay). To change setting, proceed to step 3 before flash back sequence repeats 3 times. To exit the current function or to change to a different function, wait for the sequence to repeat 3 times then return to step 1.

Programming Functions 2 4 5 6 7 8 9

Motion Time Delay Test & Blink-Back Mode Ten’s Digit of Set-Point One’s Digit of Set-Point Sunlight Discount Factor Incremental Set-Point Adjustment Restore Factory Defaults

11 12 13 15 16 21 22

Detailed Function Tables (* Default Setting) 2 = Motion Time Delay 1 30 sec 4 7.5 min 2 2.5 min 5 10.0 min 3 5.0 min* 6 12.5 min

7 15.0 min 8 17.5 min 9 20.0 min

4 = Test & Blink-Back Mode 1 Blink Light & LED* 5 Blink Set-Point ¹ 2 Blink LED only 6 Test Mode ² 4 Auto-Setpoint

¹ The LED will blink back the ten’s digit, then pause, then blink back the one’s digit. For a “0” the LED will blink very rapidly. The sequence is repeated 3 times. ² Test Mode will set Occupancy Time Delay to 30 sec, and shorten all photocell transitions and dimming rates. Mode will expire after 10 min or if function 4 is set back to previous setting. 5 = Ten’s Digit of Set-Point 1 10 fc 4 40 fc 7 200 fc 2 20 fc 5 50 fc 10 0 fc* 3 30 fc 6 100 fc

6 = One’s Digit of Set-Point 1 1 fc 4 4 fc 7 7 fc 10 0 fc 2 2 fc 5 5 fc* 8 8 fc 3 3 fc 6 6 fc 9 9 fc

7 = Sunlight Discount Factor 1 x/1* 4 x/4 7 x/7 2 x/2 5 x/5 8 x/8 3 x/3 6 x/6 9 x/9

10 x/10

8 = Incremental Set-Point Adjustment 1 Decrease 1 fc 2 Increase 1 fc

Photocell Operation Ramp Up Rate Fade Down Rate Maximum Level (High Trim) Minimum Level (Low Trim) Photocell Transition Off Time Photocell Transition On Time 9 = Restore Factory Defaults 1 Keep Current* 2 Restore Factory Defaults 11 = Photocell Operation 1 High/Off* 2 High/Low 12 = Ramp Up Rate 1 Instant 4 3 sec* 2 1 sec 5 5 sec 3 2 sec 6 10 sec

13 = Fade Down Rate 1 Instant 4 5 min* 2 30 sec 5 7.5 min 3 2.5 min 6 10 min

3 Disabled

7 15 sec 8 20 sec 9 30 sec

7 15 min 8 20 min 9 30 min

15 = Maximum Level (High Trim) 1 Off 4 3 Volt 7 6 Volt 2 1 Volt 5 4 Volt 8 7 Volt 3 2 Volt 6 5 Volt 9 8 Volt

16 = Minimum Level (Low Trim)³ 1 Off 4 3 Volt 7 6 Volt 2 1 Volt 5 4 Volt 8 7 Volt 3 2 Volt 6 5 Volt 9 8 Volt

10 1 min 10 1 hr 10 9 Volt 11 10 Volts* 10 9 Volt 11 10 Volts*

³ Default Setting is determined by last digits in unit model number. eg. 3V = 3 Volts. 21 = Photocell Transition Off Time 1 45 sec 3 5 min* 5 15 min 2 2 min 4 10 min 6 20 min

22 = Photocell Transition On Time 1 45 sec* 3 5 min* 5 15 min 2 2 min 4 10 min 6 20 min

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PIR Occupancy Sensor: MSWSFSP221B

The MSWSFSP221B mounts to a fixture/enclosure with a 1/2” knock out, via a nipple on the back. MSWSFSP221B operates at 100-347V Single Phase, as well as 208/230/480VAC phase-to-phase. No power pack is required. It is designed to be installed in indoor and outdoor environments. The sensor uses passive infrared (PIR) sensing technology that reacts to changes in infrared energy (moving body heat) within the coverage area. Once the sensor stops detecting movement and the time delay elapses, lights will go from high to low mode and eventually to an OFF position if it is desired. Sensors must directly “see” motion of a person or moving object to detect them, so careful consideration must be given to sensor luminaire placement and lens selection. Avoid placing the sensor where obstructions may block the sensor’s line of sight.

PIR Occupancy Sensor Installation Instruction

Mounting to a Fixture/Enclosure – Straight Nipple Note: These installation instructions apply to the following models ONLY. WPS40BU50XXXX, WPS25BH50XXXX, WPS50BH50XXXX, WPS25BU50XXXX, WPS50BU50XXXX, WPS40BH50XXXX 1. Determine an appropriate mounting location minimizing the electric light contribution to the sensor’s photocell.

2. If there is no knockout, drill a hole 0.875” (22mm) in diameter through the sheet metal in the fixture or enclosure.

3. Add the rubber gasket to the nipple, and install the sensor face down. Ensure the rubber gasket touches the surface of the fixture. Install the nipple nut securely against the fixture to a torque of 25-30 in-lbs to ensure IP rating is maintained.

PIR Occupancy Sensor Wiring Diagram

NOTE: The Outside Fixture Wall thickness should be no greater than 0.125"(3.18mm) for optimal sensor mounting and security.

Operation During Power-up

During the sensor warm-up period, which can last up to 5 seconds after initial power-up (or after a lengthy power outage), the load will remain ON until the selected time delay expires.

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PIR Occupancy Sensor Installation Instruction: MSWSFSP221B (Continued)

Optional Remote Control Configuration Tool

The configuration process establishes the appropriate parameters for the MSWSFSP221Boperation. This is done through the FSIR-100 configuration tool. If no configuration steps are taken, the sensor will use its default parameter values.

The FSIR-100 Wireless IR Configuration Tool is a handheld tool for changing defaults and testing of MSWSFSP221B. It provides wireless access to the MSWSFSP221B sensors for parameter changes and testing. The FSIR-100 display shows menus and prompts to lead you through each process. The navigation pad provides a simple way to navigate through the customization fields. Within a certain mounting height of the sensor, the FSIR-100 allows modification of the system without requiring ladders or tools; simply with a touch of a few buttons.

The FSIR-100 IR transceiver allows bi-directional communication between the MSWSFSP221B and the FSIR-100 configuration tool. Simple menu screens let you see the current status of the sensor and make changes. It can change sensor parameters such as high/low mode, sensitivity, time delay, cut off, and more. With the FSIR-100 you can also establish and store MSWSFSP221B parameter profiles.

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PIR Occupancy Sensor Installation Instruction: MSWSFSP221B (Continued) Batteries

The FSIR-100 operates on three standard 1.5V AAA Alkaline batteries or three rechargeable AAA NiMH batteries. The battery status displays in the upper right corner of the display. Three bars next to BAT= indicates a full battery charge. A warning appears on the display when the battery level falls below a minimum acceptable level. To conserve battery power, the FSIR-100 automatically shuts off 10 minutes after the last key press. • If communication is not successful, (if possible) move closer to the sensor.

• If still not successful, there may be too much IR interference from other sources. Programming the unit at night when there is no daylight available may be the only way to communicate with the sensor.

Navigation

Navigate from one field to another using (up) or (down) arrow keys. The active field is indicated by flashing (alternates) between yellow text on black background and black text on yellow background.

Once active, use the Select button to move to a menu or function within the active field. Value fields are used to adjust parameter settings. They are shown in “less-than/greater-than” symbols: . Once active, change them using(left) and(right) arrow keys. The right key increments and the left key decrements a value. Selections wrap-around if you continue to press the key beyond maximum or minimum values. Moving away from the value field overwrites the original value. The Home button takes you to the main menu. The Back button can be thought of as an undo function. It takes you back one screen. Changes that were in process prior to pressing the key are lost.

IR Communication

IR communication can be affected by the mounting height of the sensor and high ambient lighting such as direct daylight or electric light such as floodlights, and some halogen, fluorescent lamps, LED’s. When trying to communicate with the MSWSFSP221B, be sure to be positioned under the sensor without any obstructions. Every time the commissioning tool establishes communication with the MSWSFSP221B, the controlled load will cycle.

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PIR Occupancy Sensor Installation Instruction: MSWSFSP221B (Continued) FSP-2X1 Screens

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PIR Occupancy Sensor Installation Instruction: MSWSFSP221B (Continued) FSP-2X1 Screens

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PIR Occupancy Sensor Installation Instruction: MSWSFSP221B (Continued) FSP-2X1 Screens

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PIR Occupancy Sensor Installation Instruction: MSWSFSP221B (Continued) Troubleshooting

Lights will not go to High Mode: • Check all wire connections and verify the load and the ground wires are tightly secured. • Make sure that the sensor is not obstructed. • Check light level parameter, to find out the amount of light that the sensor is detecting. Cover the sensor lens to simulate darkness in the room. If the lights come ON, the setpoint needs to be adjusted. If set for minimum, more than 1 fc at the sensor of ambient light will cause the lights to be held OFF. See the new settings section for instructions.

Lights will not go into Low Mode: • The time delay can be set from a minimum of 30 seconds to a maximum of 30 minutes. Ensure that the time delay is set to the desired delay and that there is no movement within the sensor’s view for that time period. • To quickly test the unit operation, enable test mode and move out of the sensor’s view. Lights should fade to low mode after 5 seconds. Lights will not turn OFF: • Cut Off time may be set to “None.” • Ensure that the Cut Off is set to the desired time and that there is no movement within the sensor’s view for that time period when the lights are in Low Mode. • To quickly test the unit operation, enable test mode and move out of the sensor’s view. Lights should fade to low mode after 5 seconds, and the OFF (if cut off is enabled) after 10 sec.

Lights do not turn ON: Check for blinking red LED. If the LED blinks with long pulses, as opposed to short pulses, the sensor has reached its Hold Off setpoint or Photocell Light Level setpoint.

Lights suddenly turn off and will not come back on: Check for blinking red LED. If the LED blinks with long pulses, as opposed to short pulses, the sensor has reached its Hold Off setpoint or Photocell Light Level setpoint.

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MaxLite® LED Wall Packs (Cutoff & Standard) Warranty Information

MaxLite Inc. warrants its products for a minimum period of FIVE (5) years from the date of original purchase from MaxLite or its authorized distributor/dealer (the “Warranty Period”), as follows: If a Product fails to operate during the Warranty Period as a result of defects in materials or workmanship, MaxLite will, at its option, repair it, replace it with the same or like Product.

Please refer to Maxlite’s website (at http://maxlite.com/resources/warranties) for the complete terms and conditions of our warranty. Limitation of Liability

THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE, AND IS THE SOLE REMEDY FOR ANY AND ALL CLAIMS, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, IN TORT OR OTHERWISE ARISING FROM THE FAILURE OF PRODUCT AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ALL WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, WHICH WARRANTIES ARE HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW AND, IN ANY EVENT, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE WARRANTY PERIOD SPECIFIED ABOVE. THE LIABILITY OF MAXLITE SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE TERMS OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY SET FORTH HEREIN. IN NO EVENT WILL MAXLITE BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGES RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, PROFITS, BUSINESS OR GOODWILL, LABOR COSTS, REMOVAL OR INSTALLATION COSTS, DECREASE IN THE LIGHT OUTPUT OF THE LAMP, AND/OR DETERIORATION IN THE LAMP’S PERFORMANCE, WHETHER OR NOT MAXLITE HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY THEREOF. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL MAXLITE’S ENTIRE LIABILITY FOR A DEFECTIVE PRODUCT EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THAT PRODUCT. WARRANTY SERVICES PROVIDED UNDER THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS DO NOT ENSURE THE UNINTERRUPTED OPERATION OF PRODUCTS; MAXLITE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES CAUSED BY ANY DELAYS INVOLVING WARRANTY SERVICE.

This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights that may vary from state to state. Because some states or jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of liability for consequential or incidental damages, this limitation may not apply to you.

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