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1 Brand Logo reversed out of black MN507001EN INS # INS # Installation Instructions - All Field LED Luminaire This manual applies to the following models: All Field 750/550 Arena 750/650/550 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read and understand this entire manual before attempting to assemble, operate, or install the LED Luminaire. If you have any questions regarding the product, please call Ephesus Customer Service at (800) 573-3600. 1. All electrical work must conform to the National Electric Code (NEC) and all applicable local codes and ordinances. 2. Only qualified personnel shall install and maintain the luminaires. Ephesus recommends that a licensed electrician install and maintain the luminaire. Verify the safety of existing power distribution system before beginning installation. Failure to follow Operating Instructions may lead to death, Severe Injury, or Property Damage. WARNING Turn off power before performing any electrical or control work. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING MAY LEAD TO DEATH, SEVERE INJURY, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. DO NOT make or alter any open holes in the luminaire. Do not modify the luminaire. WARNING Follow all applicable safety procedures and use Personal Protective Equipment such as hardhats, safety glasses, reflective vests, electrical safety gloves, fall protection equipment and safety toe boots during the installation, operation, and maintenance of the luminaire. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING MAY LEAD TO DEATH, SEVERE INJURY, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. WARNING Risk of eye injury! Eye protection is required at all times during the installation, operation, and maintenance of the luminaire. The high intensity light produced by the luminaire can cause severe damage to the eye if viewed directly at close range. Avoid being in front of a luminaire that is on or wear suitable light blocking protective eyewear such as welding goggles. The luminaire should be positioned so that prolonged staring into the luminaire at a distance closer than 10m is not expected Store luminaires in a clean, dry place, protected from dirt, water, and sunlight. See table for required storage and operating conditions: Storage Temperature Operating Temperature Humidity 5% to 95% non-condensing -40°C to +55°C (-40°F to 131°F) -40°C to +75°C (-40°F to 167°F) Storage and Operating Conditions

2 Installation Instructions - All Field LED Luminaire TABLE OF CONTENTS Safety Instructions ... 1 Required Materials & Tools ... 2 Supply Power Specifications ... 3 Installation Instructions ... 4 4 Step 1 – Mount the Luminaires ... 7 Step 2 – Label the Luminaires (If Required) ... Step 3 – Make Electrical Connections ... 7 Step 4 – Aim the Luminaires ... 9 Step 5 – Finish ... 13 14 Care and Maintenance ... 14 Troubleshooting ... Appendix ... 14 Required Materials & Tools Required Material For more information refer to Section: Mounting Hardware Step 1 - Mount the Luminaires Power cable Step 3 - Make Electrical Connections Electrical splicing connectors Step 3 - Make Electrical Connections Cable ties or wire management Step 4 - Aim the Luminaires Required Tools Installer shall provide For more information refer to Section: Socket wrenches and/or crescent wrenches Step 1 - Mount the Luminaires sized to fit mounting hardware 3/16” Hex driver (or metric equivalent) Step 3 - Make Electrical Connections Torque wrench(es) rated from 35 to 75 in-lbs (4 Step 4 - Aim the Luminaires to 8 N-m) and 25 to 45 ft-lbs (34 to 61 N-m) Step 4 - Aim the Luminaires Calibrated light meter Charge the provided laser battery before installation begins. N otee: 2 EATON Installation instructions rev 170117 MN507001EN

3 Installation Instructions - All Field LED Luminaire SUPPLY POWER SPECIFICATIONS Ephesus LED light fixtures are not traditional incandescent lights, they are high-tech, new generation solid-state devices. To protect your valuable investment, the electrical power shall be clean and have stable voltage and current and undistorted waveforms. Power Configuration The power transformer secondary feeding the electrical distribution system must be a three-phase, four-wire wye configuration. If any other transformer configuration is present, notify Ephesus before proceeding with installation. Three Phase Four Wire Wye Phase A 480V 480V 277V Phase B 277V 480V Neutral 277V Phase C Acceptable Power Configurations Figure 1. WARNING Follow proper grounding methodse: Electrical system must be grounded. If you are not sure if your power system is grounded, DO NOT install the luminaire. Contact a licensed electrician for information on proper grounding methods as required by the electrical code. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING MAY LEAD TO DEATH, SEVERE INJURY, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. Circuit Voltage Branch power circuits feeding All Field fixtures shall be 277V, 347V, or 480VAC only. WARNING Do not attempt to connect All Field fixtures to any circuits with nominal voltage below 277V or above 480VAC. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING MAY LEAD TO LUMINAIRE INTERNAL DAMAGE AND FAILURE. The voltage on the lighting circuits must stay within 3% of nominal at 60Hz. Voltage that is consistently too high or low shall be corrected before LED luminaires are installed. Fusing If individual branch circuit protection is required, Table 2 shows the minimum fuse ratings for each individually circuited luminaire. Fuses must be Time delay type. Minimum Fuse Rating (amps) Circuit Voltage (VAC) 277 4 4 347 480 3 Minimum Fuse Ratings 3 EATON All Field Installation Manual rev 20170324 MN507001EN

4 Installation Instructions - All Field LED Luminaire Power Quality The lighting circuits shall have surge protection. If you require assistance in checking your power system or designing or implementing solutions, contact Eaton’s Electrical Engineering Services and Systems. Find more information at www.eaton. com. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Step 1 – Mount The Luminaire The first step is to attach the luminaire to the mounting structure. The mounting structure may be a light pole cross arm, an indoor catwalk bracket, or other structural component that will hold the fixture in place. Refer to photometric drawings or project Installation Drawings for luminaire installation locations and any additional mounting instructions. WARNING It is the responsibility of the installer to verify that all proposed mounting structures including poles, cross arms, catwalk brackets, and other mounting structures are certified to support the weight of the luminaires, withstand wind loads, and meet all other applicable codes and regulations. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING MAY LEAD TO DEATH, SEVERE INJURY, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. WARNING Do not suspend any luminaire by electrical or control wires, as these will not support the weight of the fixture, resulting in the potential for the fixture to fall and cause damage or injury. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING MAY LEAD TO DEATH, SEVERE INJURY, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. Equipment Required: ● ● Mounting Hardware ● ● Socket wrenches and/or crescent wrenches sized to fit mounting hardware ● ● Cable ties or wire management – For outdoor installations use UV rated Quantity per luminaire Size Hardware Required 1 5/8”-3/4” (16mm-19mm) Hex bolt Flat washers 5/8”-3/4” (16mm-19mm) ID 2 Hex Locknut 5/8”-3/4” (16mm-19mm) 1 Mounting Hardware Required Mounting hardware shall be stainless steel or other high-strength, corrosion-resistant material. Length of Hex bolt shall be determined in the field; size the bolt appropriately to allow secure fastening of the luminaire to the mounting structure. WARNING An impact driver may be used on mounting hardware while the power is off, but NEVER use any power tools on the fixture while the power is on. The vibration caused by power tools may damage the fixture. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING MAY LEAD TO LUMINAIRE INTERNAL DAMAGE AND FAILURE. There are two different ways to mount the All Field fixture – Standard and Inverted. Standard mounting is when the luminaire sits on top of the mounting structure, and Inverted is when the luminaire hangs from underneath the structure. 4 EATON Installation instructions rev 170117 MN507001EN

5 Installation Instructions - All Field LED Luminaire Standard Mounting This is the most common mounting. The luminaire sits on top of mounting structure. Refer to the project Installation Drawings to determine luminaire installation locations and lens type. 1. For each fixture location, install a luminaire that has the correct lens type. Unless otherwise noted, fixtures that share 2. the same lens type are identical. Set luminaire in place and install bolt, flat washers, and nut to securely fasten the fixture mounting bracket to the 3. mounting structure. Tighten hardware hand tight so that fixture is secure but do not fully torque hardware until aiming is complete. 4. Remove the clear protective film from the front of the lenses, if present. N Example mounting structure shown for illustration purposes only. otee: Hex Bolt Washers Mounting Structure Locknut Standard Mounting Figure 2. Inverted Mounting The luminaire hangs from underneath mounting structure. WARNING When using inverted mounting, flip the mounting bracket so that the luminaire stays upright. NEVER install the luminaire upside down. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING MAY LEAD TO LUMINAIRE INTERNAL DAMAGE AND FAILURE. To install the luminaire underneath a mounting structure, the fixture mounting bracket must first be inverted 1. ● ● Remove Hex bolt and set screw on each side of the fixture. ● ● Remove Fixture Mounting bracket and flip it so that the bracket faces up. ● ● Reinstall hex bolts and set screws on each side of the fixture. 2. Refer to the project Installation Drawings to determine luminaire installation locations. For each fixture location, install a luminaire that has the correct lens type. Unless otherwise noted, fixtures that share 3. the same lens type are identical. Hold luminaire in place and install bolt, flat washers, and nut to securely fasten the fixture mounting bracket to the 4. mounting structure. Tighten hardware hand tight so that fixture is secure but do not fully torque hardware until aiming is complete. 5. Remove the clear protective film from the front of the lenses, if present. 5 EATON All Field Installation Manual rev 20170324 MN507001EN

6 Installation Instructions - All Field LED Luminaire Mounting Bracket Hex and Set Screws Inverting the Mounting Bracket Figure 3. Hex Bolt Mounting Structure Washers Locknut Inverted Mounting Figure 4. 6 EATON Installation instructions rev 170117 MN507001EN

7 Installation Instructions - All Field LED Luminaire Step 2 – Label the Luminaires (If Required) For outdoor applications where smaller groups of luminaires are installed on poles, it is not necessary to label the fixtures. If you are installing fixtures on poles or other applications where labeling is not required, skip this step and proceed to step 3. For indoor applications where many luminaires are installed in a row along a catwalk, the fixtures are typically labeled to facilitate identifying each one at a glance from the catwalk. Label each fixture with Luminaire Number as indicated on schedules in the project Installation drawings. 1. Labels shall be white background with black lettering. Text shall be at least 1/4” (6mm) tall. 2. Affix the label to the mounting bracket in a prominent location, avoiding manufacturer labels. 3. Luminaire Label Figure 5. Step 3 – Make Electrical Connections WARNING Never connect the luminaire to an electrical system that is not grounded. Installing a luminaire in an ungrounded electrical system could allow the metal housing to become energized in the event of an electrical short, resulting in the risk of electrical shock for anyone who comes into contact with the fixture. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING MAY LEAD TO DEATH, SEVERE INJURY, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. 7 EATON All Field Installation Manual rev 20170324 MN507001EN

8 Installation Instructions - All Field LED Luminaire Equipment Required: ● ● 3/16” Allen driver (or metric equivalent) ● ● Power cable ● ● Electrical splicing connectors. For all outdoor installations, silicone filled water resistant connectors are highly recommended. Fixture Junction Box Power Cord Grip Figure 6. Electrical Connections Power wiring Incoming power cable shall be SOOW style 3C cable with a minimum of 14AWG annealed stranded bare copper per ASTM B-174 with a minimum temperature range of -40°C to +90°C. Cable must be water resistant, UV rated/sunlight resistant, UL listed and CSA certified for indoor and outdoor use. International applications shall be harmonized (HAR) or IEC equivalent. Remove cover from junction box at the base of the luminaire. 1. Route incoming power cable through the cord grip in the junction box cover. 2. Strip outer jacket of incoming power cable back 3” (7cm). Connect the incoming power wires to the fixture power wires 3. on right side of junction box. Designation Fixture power wire color Black Line Line or Neutral White Ground Green Power wiring connections WARNING NEVER connect the fixture’s green insulation (GROUND) wire to the black (LINE) current-carrying or white (NEUTRAL) supply wire, as this could energize the metal housing and create the risk of electrical shock. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING MAY LEAD TO DEATH, SEVERE INJURY, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. 8 EATON Installation instructions rev 170117 MN507001EN

9 Installation Instructions - All Field LED Luminaire WARNING Do not damage or cut the wire insulation (covering) during installation. Do not permit wires to contact any surface having a sharp edge, as this may damage the wire insulation and create the risk of electrical shock. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING MAY LEAD TO DEATH, SEVERE INJURY, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. Control Wiring WARNING Always turn power to fixture OFF before performing any work on control wiring. Turn transmitters off before working on main control lines. Performing any work on control connections while fixtures are receiving the signal may result in transient or fluttering control signals which can cause damage to the luminaire. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING MAY LEAD TO LUMINAIRE INTERNAL DAMAGE AND FAILURE. Control Standards All control work shall conform to ANSI E1.11 – 2008 (r2013), USITT DMX512-A, Asynchronous Serial Digital Data Transmission Standard for Controlling Lighting Equipment and Accessories. At a minimum DMX cable shall be 1-pair (24AWG, 7x32 Stranding) Twisted (minimum of 4.8 twists/foot), Shielded, minimum of 100 ohms impedance, and <25pF/ft. Capacitance. WARNING Use caution when connecting any 24AWG wires as they are more susceptible to breaking. If using wireless controls, cap off each control wire in the luminaire junction box individually with splicing connector or 1. wire nut. If using wired controls, route the incoming control line into the left side of the fixture junction box by removing the plug 2. and providing and installing a ½” (or metric equivalent) cord grip appropriately sized to hold the control wires securely. 3. Connect the incoming control wires to the fixture control wires. If connecting multiple fixtures in daisy-chain configuration, connect the incoming wires to both the fixture wires and the outgoing wires. 4. Ensure all power and control wires are securely terminated and there are no exposed conductors. Carefully push power and control wires down into their respective halves of the junction box to ensure no wires get pinched by the cover. Reinstall fixture junction box cover and torque screws to 35-75 in-lbs (4-8 N-m). 5. Fixture control wire color Designation Purple Data + Grey Data - Shield Yellow Control Wiring Connections Step 4 – Aim The Luminaires Aiming the luminaires is a critical part of the LED lighting solution to ensure that light is evenly distributed on the playing surface. There are two basic methods to properly aim a sports venue – Precision Laser Aiming by Coordinates, and Orient-Tilt. Precision Laser Aiming by Coordinates Laser aiming is the most effective and preferred technique for aiming Ephesus LED sports lighting. This method uses a laser mounted to the luminaire to point the fixture at a predetermined point on the playing surface using (X,Y) coordinates. Unless otherwise noted, aiming coordinates on Ephesus photometrics or project Installation drawings are based on the origin (0,0,0) placed at center field, court, or ice. All dimensions from that point are in feet along the playing surface unless otherwise noted. 9 EATON All Field Installation Manual rev 20170324 MN507001EN

10 Installation Instructions - All Field LED Luminaire Orient –tilt With the Orient-tilt method, the installer turns the luminaire according to predetermined angles. This technique is extremely helpful for pre-aiming fixtures mounted on a cross arm on the ground before the lighting pole is lifted up and set in place. However, this method is less accurate due to the variances in actual final pole and luminaire locations and orientations compared to the approximated parameters used in the photometric design. The Orient angle refers to the direction the luminaire faces in the Z-plane. In other words, mount the luminaire to the structure but leave the mounting nut slightly loosened to allow the entire fixture to spin about the mounting bolt. Set the luminaire Orient by rotating the luminaire mounting bracket relative to the mounting structure. Unless otherwise noted, Orient values shown in Ephesus photometrics or project Installation Drawings are based on 0° being Plan East. Plan East means 0° is heading to the right side of the sheet as you hold it in front of you, which is not necessarily geodetic or True East. 90° θ 180° 0° Orient is a vector in the z-plane - looking Mounting down from the top 270° Structure of the luminaire Figure 7. Orient The Tilt angle refers to the direction the luminaire faces in the Y-plane. When the luminaire is securely mounted to the structure so that the mounting bracket does not move but the side Hex and Set screws are loosened, the fixture may rotate up inside the mounting bracket. Set the luminaire Tilt angle by rotating the fixture housing relative to the luminaire mounting bracket. 180° 90° Tilt is a vector in the y-plane from the hex bolt that is parallel with θ the top of 0° the visor Figure 8. Tilt 10 EATON Installation instructions rev 170117 MN507001EN

11 Installation Instructions - All Field LED Luminaire Minimum tilt angles: The side set screws will not allow the All Field to be tilted downward at an angle of less than 30° relative to vertical. If fixture must be tilted between 20-30°, remove the side set screws. If the fixture must be aimed at less than 20° tilt, use the inverted mounting configuration. If a luminaire is installed downward at low angles in a warm or hot environment, the luminaire lumen output may otee: N decrease to compensate for decreased heat dispersion ability. If aiming by Orient-Tilt, use an inclinometer and protractor or similar tools to set the luminaires to the correct angles and skip to Final Aiming. Equipment Required: ● ● Laser or Aiming Tube ● ● Aiming Mount ● ● 15/16” (or metric equivalent) Socket Wrench ● ● 3/16” (or metric equivalent) Hex driver ● ● Torque wrench/driver WARNING NEVER use any power tools on the fixture while the power is on. The vibration caused by power tools may damage the fixture. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING MAY LEAD TO LUMINAIRE INTERNAL DAMAGE AND FAILURE. otee: N For outdoor daytime aiming when the laser dot is difficult to see, a piece of rigid tubing may be used in place of the laser. Outside diameter of tube must be 0.8”- 0.87” (ANSI NPS ½”; 20-22 mm) to fit into the Aiming Mount. Slightly smaller conduit such as ½” (16 Metric) EMT (Electrical Metallic Tubing) may be used in the mount with a grommet or other shim only if the shim is evenly distributed around the tubing to keep it correctly aligned parallel with the top front visor of the luminaire. WARNING NEVER point the aiming laser at any person or animal as it can cause permanent damage to eyes. Use laser only for aiming fixtures as directed. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING MAY LEAD TO SEVERE INJURY. N Turn off laser while not in use to conserve battery. Have spare battery charged to facilitate the aiming process. otee: Laser Mount Figure 9. Aiming Laser & Mount 11 EATON All Field Installation Manual rev 20170324 MN507001EN

12 Installation Instructions - All Field LED Luminaire Insert the laser or tube into the aiming mount and tighten the holding screw. 1. Insert the aiming mount onto the fixture aiming pin until it is fully seated. Aiming mount must be tight against the fixture 2. because any movement or wiggle in the mount will cause aiming to be inaccurate. Aiming Laser or Tubing Set Screw Hex Screw Mounting Hardware Figure 10. Aiming 3. Slightly loosen the fixture aiming screws just enough to allow the fixture to rotate and tilt. Turn on the laser and aim the fixture by targeting the green laser dot at the aiming point. If aiming tube is used, look 4. through tube and adjust fixture until aiming point is centered in view through tube. Refer to photometrics or project installation drawings for aiming point coordinates. After targeting the aiming point with the laser, turn off the laser to conserve battery life. otee: N Torque Value Hardware Side Set screw 35-75 in-lbs (4 to 8 N-m) 25-35 ft-lbs (34 to 47 N-m) Side Hex screw 35-45 ft-lbs (47 to 61 N-m) Mounting bolt/nut 12 EATON Installation instructions rev 170117 MN507001EN

13 Installation Instructions - All Field LED Luminaire 5. After aiming is complete, tighten all bolts and screws including hex and set screws on side of fixture and mounting hardware. 6. Briefly turn the laser back on or re-check view through tube to verify that the luminaire aim did not shift during tightening. Remove the aiming mount from the fixture and proceed to the next luminaire. 7. Final aiming: Aiming information is exported from computer lighting simulation software. Since on site conditions may vary from the computer models, final aiming is usually required to fully achieve desired lighting specifications. Final aiming means deviating from designed aiming parameters to produce the best outcome on the playing surface. Typically, final aiming only requires slight adjustments. 1. Verify that all lights are correctly aimed according to the photometric or installation drawings. 2. Measure light levels on the playing surface using a calibrated light meter. Unless otherwise noted, take readings at 3’ above ground, holding the meter out at arm’s length as much as possible, thereby reducing the effect of the shadow from your body. otee: N Take horizontal readings by holding the meter face up, horizontal with the ground. Take Vertical footcandle readings by facing the meter at an angle toward the vertical main or vertical end point. These vary based on venue and sport, but basically refer to the typical locations for elevated main cameras, at the center lines directly off of the side and off of the end of the playing surface. Refer to specific project requirements or governing league regulations for more information. For reference, the NCAA lighting best practices website has grid layouts by sport: http://www.ncaa.com/news/ncaa/article/2013-11-21/ncaa-best-lighting-practices 3. Review the light measurements and compare the data to project requirements or photometric drawings. If the light measurements do not meet designed levels, final aiming is required. N There is no hard and fast rule on how to make final aiming adjustments as it is essentially an art form due to the otee: propagation and reflection properties of light. A bright spot is usually not caused by one individual luminaire but rather the additive effect from several luminaires aimed in the same general vicinity. 4. Note the areas of the playing surface that are the brightest and darkest and determine which luminaires are aimed toward the bright areas and which are aimed near the darkest areas. 5. Re-aim one or a few lights away from the bright areas and closer to the darker areas. WARNING During final re-aiming, always minimize the number and size of aiming modifications. Make just one or a few small adjustments and then re-check light levels. Making too many significant aiming changes may result in failure to meet specified levels or introducing unwanted results such as glare. Re-measure light levels in areas where adjustments were made and compare new results to project specifications. 6. 7. Repeat steps 5-6 as necessary to meet light level requirements. Step 5 – Finishing Touches To complete the installation, verify that all mounting, connection, and aiming work is finished. ● ● Verify all electrical connections are tight and secured. The installer is responsible for the integrity of all connections. ● ● Verify all bolts and screws are tightened and properly torqued. ● ● Straighten up all cabling. Tie down all cables neatly. For all outdoor projects, use UV rated tye wraps and wire management. N otee: When power is turned on, the luminaires default to 100% on unless a different control signal is present. 13 EATON All Field Installation Manual rev 20170324 MN507001EN

14 Installation Instructions - All Field LED Luminaire If using the Ephesus Air Mesh control system, see the Air Mesh Installation Manual for more information on controlling the luminaires. Care and Maintenance All luminaires are prepared with a powder-coated finish. The finish on exterior luminaires may weather over time, depending on the environmental conditions at the installation site. Proper care of the luminaires will maintain their performance and appearance. Follow a regular maintenance schedule to retain optimal light output and thermal performance. Remove any dirt, leaves and other foreign debris from the luminaire housing. Wipe the optical lenses with a clean, dry, cotton cloth to remove dust and other contaminants. A non-abrasive polycarbonate cleanser may be used periodically. WARNING Do NOT use any abrasives such as car wax, brass cleaners or other polishes or chemicals. These may scratch, remove, or damage the protective coating, allowing moisture and pollutants to come into contact with the aluminum, possibly discoloring or pitting the finish. Troubleshooting WARNING Before performing any work on the luminaire, shut off the power circuit, verify the power is off with a multimeter, and wait 2 minutes before handling luminaire to avoid electrical shock. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS WARNING MAY LEAD TO DEATH, SEVERE INJURY, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. Corrective Action Symptom Possible Cause Power is off. Check if circuit power is on. No light output Bad wire connection. Check input wiring connections. Control signal set to 0 Verify control signal Fuse blows or circuit Crossed wires or a supply wire is Check wiring connections. grounding out. breaker trips Improperly sized fuse or breaker Refer to minimum Fuse Ratings 14 EATON Installation instructions rev 170117 MN507001EN

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