C-Bus, 360 Degrees Passive Infrared Occupancy Detector, Ceiling Mount

C-Bus, 360 Degrees Passive Infrared Occupancy Detector, Ceiling Mount

Item Number: 5753L

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Specifications

Design

Range of product

C-Bus

Range

C-Bus

Product brand

Clipsal

Product or component type

occupancy sensor

Device application

lighting

Sustainable offer status

Green Premium product

Physical

Sensor type

PIR

Protection type

creep zone protection

Type of setting

light sensitivity adjustable

Number of channels

1

Movement detection area

15 m

Device mounting

flush

Mounting height

2.4 m

Reach regulation

Reference contains Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold

Eu rohs directive

Compliant with Exemptions

Rohs exemption information

Yes

China rohs regulation

Product out of China RoHS scope. Substance declaration for your information

Environmental disclosure

ENVPEP121002EN

Circularity profile

ENVEOLI121002EN

Material

Material

plastic

Others

Package 1 bare product quantity

1

Product specific application

staircase monitoring

Time delay range

0...1 s (switch-on)

Detection face

lateral: 7.5 m|frontal: 7.5 m

Horizontal detection angle

0...360 °

Duty cycle

1080 min

Unit type of package 1

PCE

Number of units in package 1

1

Package 1 height

9.529 cm

Package 1 width

12.706 cm

Package 1 length

16.538 cm

Package 1 weight

200 g

Unit type of package 2

CAR

Number of units in package 2

10

Package 2 height

30 cm

Package 2 width

43.2 cm

Package 2 length

22 cm

Package 2 weight

2420 g

Unit type of package 3

P12

Number of units in package 3

160

Package 3 height

95 cm

Package 3 width

80 cm

Package 3 length

120 cm

Package 3 weight

47720 g

Weee

The product must be disposed on European Union markets following specific waste collection and never end up in rubbish bins
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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the difference between the 5753L and 5753PEIRL?

5753PEIRL has a Blue flashing indicator while 5753L have no blue flashing indicator. Both have red motion indicator which can be disable.
pot setting for 5753l vs 5753PERIL

5753PEIRL has a IR receiver for control from a C-Bus IR remote control while 5753L have no IR receiver 
chart for 5753l vs 5753PERIL
 

How to use C-Bus sensor to trigger an ON/OFF scene store on a C-Bus switch?

Scenario: You want to use a C-Bus motion SENSOR to trigger a scene stored on another device i.e C-Bus switch when it turns ON and then trigger a second scene when it times OUT and turns OFF.

Mandatory: The C-Bus switch will need to have built in scene and virtual keys (switch firmware >= v2.0.00)

The motion detector to trigger scenes needs to utilise the secondary application (trigger control)

C-Bus Sensor secondary application is set to Trigger control and the Key1 is then select to set to trigger secondary application by clicking on the P(Primary application) it will change to S(secondary application).

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The Trigger Group will need to be the same (common) to trigger both scenes - and its the value of the trigger group that acts as the action selector telling the triggered scene which action is being triggered.  

The scenes will be stored in a KEYE4. 

Action Selector 0 means that Scene 1 will trigger when Trigger Group 0 is at 0 (OFF) level and
Action Selector 255 means that Scene 2 will trigger when Trigger Group 0 is at 255 (ON) level.

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How to Program "Absence Detection" on C-Bus outdoor PIR sensor?

Objective:
Absence detection sets the sensor to detect the absence of motion. If the lighting is on and the sensor detects the absence of motion, a timer is activated. When the timer expires and the sensor element still detects absence, a C-Bus command is sent to control lighting.
This article will guide you how to program “Absence Detection”, it will cover those C-Bus sensors, 5751L, 5750WPL and 5753L with the old firmware v1.2.67.

Product Line:
C-Bus Sensors: 5751L, 5750WPL and 5753L with the old firmware v1.2.67

Environment:
C-Bus Toolkit 1.15.5

Resolution:
  1. Open C-Bus Toolkit
  2. Scan the Network
  3. Double click the sensor to open its GUI
  4. Select a control group from the “Key 1 Group” dropdown list
  5. Define the Expiry Time (5 minutes assigned by default) and click “OK”
  6. Go to Key Functions tab and change the “On Key” on MD column for Short Press to “Idle”
  7. A Confirm-21000 message will pop up
  8. Click “YES” to accept the non-PIR functions
  9. Click “Apply” or “OK”
  10. Save to Database and Physical Unit