How do I install the photocell in my stainless steel transformer?

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Answer
  1. Make sure your power is OFF and the transformer is NOT plugged into an electrical outlet. *No splice or wiring is required if the transformer is equipped with a jumper connector.
  2. Open the front cover of your transformer housing by lifting the cover UP.
  3. Locate and disconnect the white jumper connector inside the housing. *Save the jumper connector with these instructions for possible future use.
  4. Remove one of the 7/8″ diameter knockouts on the side of the transformer and push the photocell white connector through the knockout hole.
  5. Inside the housing, slide the spacer and the star nut over the white connector and thread onto the photocell and tighten.
  6. Plug the photocell white connector into the housing connector.
  7. Push the front cover back into position and secure with the two screws provided.
  8. Locate the transformer and position the photocell so that no artificial light will shine on the cell. This would cause the photocell to cycle on and off.
  9. Plug the transformer cord into a standard 115/120 volt receptacle. *The transformer cord MUST be plugged into a weather-tight receptacle equipped with a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI).

How do I set the timer in my stainless steel transformer?

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Answer

Move the tiny blue tabs on the dial outward to turn ON, and inward to turn OFF.

Each segment represents 15 minutes, and there are a total of 96 tabs (representing 24 hours in a day). Before using the timer, it is best to push-in all tabs around the timer dial. You may then pull each 15-minute tab toward the outside of the dial for the times that you want the timer to switch ON.

Setting the current time:
Now that you have set the times that you want the timer to switch ON or OFF, you need to set the current time of day by turning the dial CLOCKWISE until the current time of day is set against the arrow-head.

What color output is your LED?

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Answer

Integral Lighting offers four popular LED options.

Are roller tampers safe to use on Pavelux®?

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Answer

Avoid direct contact with roller tampers as damage to the fixture may occur.

Our Pavelux® fixtures are molded of polycarbonate with UV inhibitors, and have a rating of 8600 PSI, along with impact properties accepting approximately 112 ft lbs.

ICPI specs call for a minimum of 8000 PSI for actual paver specifications, which is what most manufacturers follow. This is based on preparing the base according to standard ICPI specs.

Regarding impact…

Current plate tampers exert approximately 9 – 11 ft lbs per inch, and this is the criteria used in designing the product.

Modern roller tampers exert about 14 ft lbs per inch and may crack the fixture, therefore, we are recommending that direct contact be avoided with this type of compactor.

We are working diligently to improve the molded parts to meet current expectations of installation methods utilizing new roller tamper technology. At this time, we recommend avoiding using roller tampers over the fixture during installation.

Visit pavelux.com for more information.

AC

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Answer

AC stands for “Alternating Current.” The flow of electrons switch directions – forward and backward.

Amp / Amperage

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Answer

Measures the flow of electricity through a wire.

Circuit

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An electrical “branch” off the main power supply.

What makes your overmolding process sustainable?

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Answer

Renewable resources are utilized in our overmolding process… 80% vegetable oils.

Where is Integral Lighting made?

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Answer

All Integral Lighting fixtures are proudly designed, manufactured, shipped and supported in Pennsylvania, USA.

How can I differentiate overmolded LEDs from potted LEDs?

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Answer

Look for these differentiating labels on our product packaging, as well as the look of the product itself:

2020 version with overmolded LEDs


previous version with potted LEDs