Atlas GUARDIAN PRO MLGS180B User Manual

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If you experience a problem with your Light Control, first follow this guide. For additional assistance write to:
Atlas Lighting Products, Inc. • Customer Service Department • P.O. Box 2348 • Burlington, NC  27216
Atlas Lighting Products, Inc. warrants against defects in materials or workmanship for a period of five years from the date of
purchase for use, and agrees to repair or, at our option, replace a defective unit without charge for either parts or labor.
IMPORTANT: This warranty does not cover damage resulting from accident, misuse of abuse, lack of reasonable care, the
affixing of any attachment not provided with product, alteration of any attachments factory installed, loss of parts or subjecting
the fixture to any but the specified electrical service. This warranty does not cover failure of the bulb due to accidents, abuse,
misuse, vandalism, power surges, and acts of nature such as lightning damage. No responsibility is assumed for any special
incidental or consequential damages. Damages occurring during transit are not covered by this warranty-including UPS
shipments. To obtain warranty service, mail sales receipt as proof-of-purchase, date and a brief explanation of the nature of
the defect, to the address listed below. You will receive, by mail, a Return Goods Authorization number and full instructions
for returning defective merchandise. All returned goods must be accompanied by a Return Goods Authorization
number issued by Atlas Lighting Products, Inc.
NOTE: No other warranty, written or verbal, is authorized by Atlas Lighting Products, Inc. This warranty gives you specific
legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Some states do not allow the exclusion or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above exclusion
and limitations may not apply to you.
For information regarding replacement parts please write to:
Atlas Lighting Products, Inc.
Attn: Customer Service Department
P.O. Box 2348
Burlington, NC  27216
Lights will not
come on.
Lights come on
in daylight.
Lights come on for
no apparent rea-
1. Light switch is turned off.
2. Light is loose or burned out.
3. Fuse is blown or circuit breaker is turned
4. Daylight turn-off is in effect 
after dark).
5. Incorrect circuit wiring, if this is a new
6. Re-aim the sensor to cover desired area.
1. Light Control may be installed in a rela-
tively dark location.
2. Light Control is in Test. 
(Set control
switch to an ON-TIME position).
1. Light Control may be sensing small
animals or automobile traffic 
2. Range is set too high. 
(Reduce Range).
Lights stay on
Lights flash on
and off.
Lights flash
once, then stay
off in Manual
1. A lamp is positioned too close to the sensor
or pointed at nearby objects that cause heat
to trigger the sensor. 
(Reposition the lamp
away from the sensor or nearby objects).
2. Light Control is pointed toward a heat
source like an air vent, dryer vent, or
brightly-painted heat-reflective surface.
(Reposition sensor).
3. Light Control is in Manual Mode. 
to Auto.)
1. Heat or light from the lamps may be turn-
ing the Light Control on and off. 
tion the lamps away from the sensor).
2. Heat being reflected from other objects may
be affecting the sensor. 
(Reposition sensor).
3. Light Control is in the Test mode and
warming up. 
(Flashing is normal under
these conditions).
4. Light Control is detecting a light source.
(Reposition Light Control or lamp).
1. Sensor is detecting its own lights. 
sition lamps to keep area below the sen-
sor relatively dark.)