Wireless Power Pack
SENSORWORX wireless power pack controllers switch on/off power to a connected lighting load as directed by wirelessly linked sensors, photocells, and wall controls. Additionally, the unit’s 0-10V dimming option greatly simplifies applications where dimming control from multiple switch locations is required. For applications where a hybrid wireless/wired architecture is desired, this wireless power pack can also be ordered with auxiliary low voltage connections.
The SENSORWORX wireless power pack is rated to switch fully loaded circuits and utilizes a powerful microprocessor to optimize its switching timing, ensuring long relay life even when controlling high-inrush LED lighting. As with all SENSORWORX products, these power packs are easy to install and incorporate features which reduce contractor labor time. An elongated chase nipple with snaps for quick installation and an optional snap-on low voltage wire chamber make for a hassle free contractor experience. All SENSORWORX products are proudly made in the USA.
A received wireless message indicating occupancy from one or more wirelessly linked sensors will trigger the pack’s integrated relay to close. When configured for Vacancy operation, an ON switch message is required from a wirelessly linked wall station to initially trigger lights. Once closed, line voltage will flow through the relay and turn on the connected lighting load. The wireless power pack maintains a master time delay that is reset every time a linked sensor reports occupancy. Lights will be switched off once there hasn’t been an occupancy message reported for the duration of the time delay. If linked to a photocell, the unit receives light level readings and controls connected lighting according to its photocell operating mode.
Features / Wireless Power Packs
Wirelessly Links to Sensors, Photocells, & Wall Stations
Links in Seconds up to 50 Remote Devices
Switches Up to 20A Line Voltage Loads
Electronically Timed Switching Ensures Long Relay Life
Integrated Test/Programming Button
Plenum Rated (UL 2043)
Configurable Time Delays and Operational Modes (e.g. Occupancy/ Vacancy)
Configurable Daylight Harvesting & Photocell Modes
Optional 0-10V Dimming Output for Partial On & Partial Off Operation
Optional Wired Connectivity to Low Voltage Sensors & Wall Stations
3.00” H x 2.25” W x 1.88” D
(7.62 cm x 5.72 cm x 4.78 cm)
TEST / PROGRAMING BUTTON
LED STATUS INDICATOR
Bi-color White & Blue
Occupancy & Vacancy
Partial On/Off (-D2 option)
Daylight Harvesting (-D2 option)
TIME DELAY OPTIONS
1, 5, 10, 15, 20, 30 min
32°F to 122°F
(0°C to 50°C)
Indoor Use Only
80’ line of sight w/o obstruction
40’ with obstruction (walls/floors)
915 MHz ISM Band
Simple 3 sec. Push Button Process
All Wireless Data is Encrypted
These power packs can be used to meet ASHRAE 90.1, IECC, & Title 24 energy code requirements
Single Phase, 50/60 Hz
CLASS 2 POWER OUTPUT
18 VDC @ 70 mA (-AX version),
higher output when unloaded
20A @ 120 VAC
General Purpose Plug Load
20A @ 120/277 VAC
General Purpose, Tungsten, Magnetic Ballast
16A @ 120/277 VAC
Electronic Ballast, LED Driver
DC LOAD RATINGS
20A @ 28 VDC (MAX) 1A @ 5 VDC (MIN)
(Models with -D2 option only)
50mA, (0-10 VDC ballasts or drivers compliant with IEC 60929 Annex E.2)
Tested to withstand electrostatic discharge without damage or memory loss
Standard Version (SWX-950)
Dimming Version (SWX-950-D2)
Wired/Wireless Hybrid Version (SWX-950-AX)
Wired/Wireless Hybrid Version with Dimming (SWX-950-AX-D2)
Wireless Linking (Pairing)
Linking a wireless power pack to a wireless sensor, photocell, or remote wall station is quickly done via the following procedure:
Step 1. Enter learn (pairing) mode by holding down the power pack’s button for 3 seconds until the LED starts alternating white then blue, then release.
Step 2. At the sensor, photocell, or remote wall station, hold down the programming button for 3 seconds until the LED starts alternating white then blue. Releasing will link the device with the wireless power pack in learn mode (see note 1 below). The lighting load being controlled will also be toggled off/on as a visual indication of success.
Step 3. Repeat step 2 to link additional devices.
Step 4. When all devices have been linked, exit learn mode on the power pack by pressing the button 1 time. Learn mode will also be automatically closed after 15 minutes of no new devices being linked.
Note 1: When in learn mode, the alternating LED colors on the power pack will periodically pause and blink out the total number of linked devices. There will be no blinks during the pause until the first device is linked.
EXAMPLE MODEL # SWX-950-D2
|SWX||Power Pack||9||Wireless Power Pack Load Controller, 20A||5||120/277 V||0||None||Blank|
|Dimming Control (0-10V)||D2|
|Auxiliary Hybrid Wired Connections||AX|
|SWX-999||Snap-On Low Voltage Wiring Chamber|