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Preparing the Light Fixture
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When you open the motion-sensing floodlight box, the unit is disassembled in four pieces: the detector, two lampholders, and a mounting plate This is not unique to our X10-enabled floodlight In fact, this is a common design for motionsensing floodlights Before connecting the floodlight to the house, it is first necessary to put these four pieces together:
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1 Remove the floodlight components from any packaging and plastic outer wrap 2 Screw the base of each floodlight holder into the outer holes of the mounting plate (shown in Figure 9-9)
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Figure 9-9
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Screwing the floodlight holders into the mounting plate
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3 Rotate the locking ring on each lampholder toward the plate until it is secure against the plate (shown in Figure 9-10)
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Rotating the locking ring on each lamp holder
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4 Screw the motion detector into the center hole on the mounting plate (shown in Figure 9-11)
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Figure 9-11
Attaching the motion detector to the mounting plate
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5 Lock the motion detector into place using the locking ring 6 Find the white (neutral) wire from each lamp holder and the white wire from the motion detector (shown in Figure 9-12)
Figure 9-12
Locating the white wires
7 Connect all three white wires with a wire connector Simply hold the three bare wires together and screw the connector onto the wires Keep twisting until the wires are firmly connected This is shown in Figure 9-13
Figure 9-13
Connecting the white wires using a wire connector
8 Find the black (line) wires from each lampholder and, using a wire connector, connect them to the blue wire from the motion detector
Once the fixture has been assembled and the connections made, it is time to go outside and hook it to your existing light fixture 10 MINUTES
Removing the Existing Fixture
Installing the light fixture to your home requires an existing wall box that has power supplied all the time, or a wall box that utilizes a wall switch If you use a wall box that has a connected light switch, turning off the wall switch will deactivate the motion-sensing controls of the floodlight
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Most likely, you will be installing this fixture on a wall box with an existing fixture (as we are) As such, it is necessary to remove the existing fixture, following these steps:
1 The most important step is to turn off power to the fixture at your home s circuit breaker box (as shown in Figure 9-14) Failure to do this can result in a shock or death
Figure 9-14
Turning off power at the circuit breaker
2 Once the power has been deactivated, unscrew the two mounting screws holding the light fixture to the home These screws might be regular standard or Phillips head screws, or the fixture might be held to the home using decorative nuts 3 Pull the fixture off the house (shown in Figure 9-15)
Figure 9-15
Removing the old light fixture
4 Unscrew the wire connectors from the white, black, and ground wires 5 Set the old fixture aside
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Check Color-coded Wiring
When your house is being built, the home is painted with the fixtures not installed, but the wiring having already been pulled As a result, the wires might be coated in paint, so it will be difficult to tell which wire is which As such, before disconnecting wire connectors, scrape back some paint or mark the wire so you can tell which wire is which
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Connecting the New Fixture
Finally, we connect the new, X10 motion-sensing floodlight
1 Slide the weatherproof gasket over the junction box and route all house wiring through it before making any connections 2 Connect the green (ground) wire from the light fixture to the bare copper wire in the junction box with a wire connector 3 Connect the black (line) wire from the house wiring to the black wire from the motion detector using a wire connector 4 Connect the white (neutral) wire from the house wiring to the white wire from the motion detector using a wire connector When all the proper connections are made, it will look like the unit shown in Figure 9-16
Figure 9-16
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