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Integrated Lighting Control System

Design and Layout Guide

International Edition 1997


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Table of Contents System Description HomeWorksTM System Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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System Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Remote Power Panel Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Microprocessor Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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GRAFIK Eye速 Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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GRAFIK Eye Accesories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Remote Power Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Master Keypads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Enhanced Control Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 System Layout Preparing a HomeWorks Control Schedule . . . . . . . 14 Control Schedule. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Remote Power Panel Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 GRAFIK Eye, LVOC-8, and Keypad Schedules . . . . 20 System Equipment and Faceplate Accessory Schedules. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Master Keypad Layout and Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Reference Information Using the HomeWorks Programming Utility for WindowsTM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 HomeWorks System Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Ganging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 GRAFIK Eye Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Remote Power Module Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 System Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

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System Overview HomeWorks is a versatile, powerful, and flexible integrated lighting control system for residential applications. Its unique design and its decentralized intelligence allows simultaneous remote and local operation of dimmers and switches, using attractive keypads and controls. HomeWorks provides convenient operation of all lights and devices connected to the system from any master keypad within the home. In addition, combinations of lights and devices may be assigned to individual keypad buttons, eliminating unsightly gangs of multiple wall controls for a clean, elegant look in living spaces. Master On/Off controls are also available, providing whole-house operation and security from any keypad location.

For increased functionality, HomeWorks accepts commands from home security systems, time clocks, photocells, and occupancy sensors. It can also be controlled from personal computers using a standard RS-232 port. All HomeWorks keypads and GRAFIK Eyes are ergonomically designed for easy use. This intuitive design makes it possible to learn and operate a HomeWorks system in a short time. In addition, HomeWorks’ decentralized system allows independent operation of local controls in the event the central microprocessor is not functioning.

Bedroom 2 Kitchen

Family Room

Bedroom 3 Master Suite Foyer Living Room

Dining Room

Garage

GRAFIK Eye Control HomeWorks Keypad HomeWorks 2-Button Keypad

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Features Modular Concept

Programming Flexibility

HomeWorks functions as a decentralized system, allowing the local GRAFIK Eye controls to operate independently of the HomeWorks microprocessors and keypads. Lights, fans, and other devices can be added as needed, choosing from a wide selection of mains and low-voltage interfaces. Additional panels (up to eight maximum) can be added as a system grows in the design stage.

HomeWorks master keypad button functions can be programmed in three ways – to turn on and off specific lights within a room, to select predetermined lighting levels (or scenes), and to select combinations of fittings to create paths of light. Master on/off buttons offer instant access to all system lights and devices for safety and security, and master raise/lower buttons allow direct manual dimming from keypads.

Security Interface

HomeWorks can be connected to a home security system to activate lights in the event of an intrusion. The selected lights will promptly switch on to a predetermined security level, or flash repeatedly to attract attention.

Status Indicators

Keypad Buttons

Vacation/Holiday Mode

Master Off/Lower

HomeWorks constantly monitors and records your daily lighting patterns. When vacation/holiday mode operation is selected, it repeats those patterns, providing a realistic appearance of activity while you are away.

Master On/Raise

Programming Ease

Lutron’s HomeWorks Programming Utility for Windows makes it easy to program the individual keypad button functions, using any Windows 3.1- or Windows 95based computer. Individual screens prompt you through each step, and the completed program uploads directly to the HomeWorks microprocessor. Status Indicators

A quick glance at any master keypad immediately informs you which groups of lights or controllable functions are currently on or active. HomeWorks’ two-way communication system lights the appropriate LED indicator after it has verified the control function has been activated. Power Failure Memory

HomeWorks master keypads and GRAFIK Eyes are designed with power failure memory. If power is interrupted and restored, lights will automatically return to the levels they were set. Any lights turned off prior to a power outage will remain off. HomeWorks system programming is also saved if power is lost.

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System Diagram A representative HomeWorks system is shown in this diagram. Touching a master keypad or handheld IR transmitter button sends a command signal to the HomeWorks microprocessor located in the remote power panel. The microprocessor responds by signalling the appropriate GRAFIK Eye and remote power module to dim or switch the desired light(s). HomeWorks microprocessor commands can also be sent by a timeclock or a security system. Windows-compatible personal computers can communicate with HomeWorks through an RS-232 port to program an entire system with easy-to-use software, or directly activate any of the system components. Lights and motors are directly controllable through remote power modules, or through GRAFIK Eye preset dimming controls. GRAFIK Eye controls will function locally even if the HomeWorks microprocessor is not functioning.

Master Keypad Link, maximum 32 devices and 16 addresses per panel

Hand Held Infrared Transmitter

Timeclock

HW-PNL8-240 Remote Power Panel Enclosure

Security System

Remote Power Module Loads

Motorized Drapes & Shades HW-LVOC8 GRAFIK Eye Controls Microprocessor

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Remote Power Panel Enclosure The HomeWorks remote power panel enclosure is the basic building block of an integrated lighting control system, providing a housing for the HomeWorks microprocessor, up to eight remote power modules, an eight-output low-voltage relay card, and up to four filter chokes. The enclosure is also the terminating point for low-voltage (SELV) communications wiring of up to eight GRAFIK Eye main units and 32 master keypads. It is designed to be rough-in capable, providing direct on/off control of lighting circuits from MCBs if the microprocessor and remote power modules are to be installed at a later date.

Preferred Power Wiring Entry

Optional High Inductance Filter Choke Locations

Terminal Blocks

Power Control

Remote Power Module Locations (8 Total)

The HomeWorks system offers two methods of controlling lighting loads. GRAFIK Eye can be programmed to control several lighting zones and are usually located in the room that they are controlling. Advanced dimming control allows the user to create the appropriate lighting scene for any activity. For installations where GRAFIK Eyes are impractical and undesireable, remote power modules can be used for direct dimming and switching of multiple fittings. Latching on/off or pulsed low-voltage control is accomplished with the relay card, which mounts adjacent to the microprocessor assembly. The remote power panel enclosure is typically mounted out of sight in a closet or electrical cabinet, and control is provided by sleek, attractive master keypads.

Low Voltage Output Card

LVOC-8

Microprocessor Assembly Alternate Power Wiring Entry Control Wiring Entry Low-Voltage SELV Height: 150cm, Width: 36.5cm, Depth: 9.5cm Ref. Pub. No. 362-815

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Microprocessor Assembly The HomeWorks microprocessor assembly is the center of a HomeWorks system. It communicates with master keypads, GRAFIK Eye preset controls, and remote power modules to operate lights, relays, motors, shades, and other remotely-controlled devices. The microprocessor assembly (HW-MA-8-240) installs in the bottom of a remote power panel enclosure and includes a mounting bracket, power supply, and wiring harness for remote power modules. A maximum of eight microprocessor assemblies can be used in a HomeWorks system, with each assembly having its own unique address.

RS-232 Port

An RS-232 port is included for two-way serial communication with a remote PC, providing an interface to/from AV equipment, security systems, HVAC systems, and automated home controls. All system programming can be saved as a file and uploaded through this port, using the Windows-based programming utility. Vacation/Holiday Mode

The HomeWorks microprocessor assembly constantly monitors and records daily lighting and device usage patterns. These patterns can be automatically repeated to simulate occupancy of the home. This mode is activated through a dry contact closure on the microprocessor assembly.

Time Clock Mode

The HomeWorks microprocessor offers a time-of-day clock memory function, capable of storing and executing up to 10 individual events per day. These could be used to automatically turn groups of lights on and off, or operate audiovisual equipment, spas, fountains, or shades.

Security Mode

Any lights and controlled devices in the system can be activated by an external security system to turn on and stay on, or flash on and off when an alarm occurs. This mode is activated through a dry contact closure on the microprocessor assembly.

HW-MA-8-240

HW-MA-8-240

Vacation Security Address Bus Control Program Program Mode Address Address

Homeworks Microprocessor Assembly

ON

0.2 Amps 220-240VAC~50/60 Hz

Power Switch

Lutron recommends a dedicated circuit feed for this assembly.

located on bracket

OFF

Coopersburg PA USA

GRX-3000 Power Module Link (SELV) Link (SELV) (Max. & Units) (1 and 3 used)

IN

OUT

123

Config Switch SW1: Flash Security SW2: Vacation Mode SW2: 24 hr. or 7 day SW3: Enable RS-232 SW3: Feedback

1 2 3 4 C RS-232 Interface Port Input Terminal Pin 1, Activate Security Mode Pin 2, Activate Vacation Mode Pin 3, Enable Timeclock Pin 4, Lockout Manual Programming Pin C, Common

1 2 3 1 2 3 Panel Out Panel In (from previous (to previous panel) panel)

1 2 3 4 Master Keypad Terminal

1 2 3 4 1-8 Master Keypad Panel Terminal Address

Ref. Pub. No. 362-937

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GRAFIK Eye Controls GRAFIK Eye preset dimming controls are designed for dimming and switching multiple circuits (or zones) of lighting in a room by setting them to preselected levels called scenes. Applications include kitchens, dining rooms, and home theater/audiovisual rooms. They can also be activated from master keypads as part of a HomeWorks system. GRAFIK Eye controls provide up to 16 preset lighting scenes for 2 (GRX-3102-), 3 (GRX-3103-), 4 (GRX-3104-), or 6 (GRX-3106-) zones of tungsten, inductive lowvoltage and fluorescent light fittings, using variable fade rates.

ZONE 1

ZONE 2

ZONE 1

ZONE 2

ZONE 3

ZONE 1

ZONE 2

ZONE 3

ZONE 3

ZONE 4

FADE

OVERRIDE

ZONE

MASTER

Scenes – Press buttons 1-4 to recall lighting scenes. Fifth button turns all lights off. Scenes 5-16 can be activated from master keypads and accessory controls.

LUTRON

Zones – Buttons control GRAFIK Eye dimmers to raise or lower each group of lights (zones). LEDs display intensities incrementally. Presets are automatically saved.

GRAFIK Eye 3100 Preset Dimming Controls

ZONE 1

ZONE 2

Fade – Set ramp times for scene light levels to increase or decrease. LEDs display rates of change from immediate (0 Seconds), to virtually imperceptible (60 minutes).

Built-In Infrared Receiver

GRX-3104-AU-T-WH (4-Zone, 4-Gang Unit shown) -T= translucent cover, Ref. Pub. No. 360-449

NGRX-PB-AU-WH Power Booster

For tungsten and inductive low voltage, lamps. Maximum power capacity 16A per zone @240V.

ZONE 4

Ref. Pub. No. 362-813 NGRX-FDBI-AU-WH Fluorescent Interface

GRX-3102 136 x 117mm

GRX-3103 182 x 117mm

GRX-3104 229 x 117mm

Single-zone interface to dim or switch Lutron FDB fluorescent ballasts and neon/cold cathode lamp. Maximum capacity 10A (dimming) or 10A (switching) per zone @ 240V.

The GRX-3106 is the same appearance and dimensions as the GRX-3104 but has additional lighting zone controls for its six zone capability. GRAFIK Eye Model Number

Number of Zones

Number of Scenes

Number of Gangs

GRX-3102-AU GRX-3103-AU GRX-3104-AU GRX-3106-AU

2 3 4 6

4 (16) 4 (16) 4 (16) 4 (16)

2 3 4 4

NGRX-ELVI-AU-WH Electronic Low-Voltage Interface

GRAFIK Eye Model Number

Voltage

Zone Capacity amps/watts

Total watts/VA

Maximum Feeds

GRX-3102-AU GRX-3103-AU GRX-3104-AU GRX-3106-AU

220-240 220-240 220-240 220-240

1200 1200 1200 1200

1600 2400 3000 3000

1 1 2 2

HomeWorks – GRAFIK Eye Controls

Ref. Pub. No. 362-622

Single-zone interface to control electronic transformer-supplied low-voltage lighting. Maximum capacity 1200W @240V. Ref. Pub. No. 362-813

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GRAFIK Eye Accessories DESCRIPTION

STANDARD FUNCTION (“AS SHIPPED”)

ADVANCED FUNCTION (FIELD CONFIGURED)

Handheld Infrared Wireless Remote Control Transmitters GRX-IT, GRX-8IT Ref. Pub. 362-592

Controls 4 (or 8) scenes plus master raise/lower and off. Recalls or fine tunes light levels. Turns lighting on or off.

Fine Tuning Control NTGRX-RL Ref. Pub. 362-594

Pushbutton raise/lower of any scene. Preset levels not changed.

Pushbutton raise/lower of one or more zones. Preset levels not changed.

Wall

Two-Button Entrance Control NTGRX-2B Ref. Pub. 362-593

Turns lighting (scene 1) on or off.

Selects either of 2 scenes (1/off or 13/14), partition opened/closed, panic station.

Wall

Provides sequencing, zone lockout, scene lockout and fade override control

Wall

Special Function Control NTGRX-4Q Ref. Pub. 362-595

MOUNTING

Handheld

Scene Selection Control NTGRX-4S Ref. Pub. 362-596

Activates scenes 1-4; master raise/lower and off. Recalls or fine tunes light levels.

Activates scenes 5-8, 9-12, or 13-16; operates one or more GRAFIK Eye main units.

Wall

Infrared Receiver/Scene Selection Control NTGRX-4S-IR Ref. Pub. 362-602

Activates scenes 1-4 and off by touchbuttons or infrared transmitters (above). Recalls or fine tunes light levels.

Activates scenes 5-8, 9-12, or 13-16; operates one or more GRAFIK Eye main units.

Wall

Architrave TM Door Jamb Control, GRX-4S-DW Ref. Pub. 362-597

Activates scenes 1-4; master raise/lower and off. Recalls or fine tunes light levels.

Activates scenes 5-8, 9-12, or 13-16; operates one or more GRAFIK Eye main units.

Door Jamb

Master Control NTGRX-4M Ref. Pub. 362-598

Activates scene 1 or off for up to eight GRAFIK Eye main units, or all on/all off.

Partition Control NTGRX-4PS Ref. Pub. 362-599

On/Off Doorway Control NTGRX-1S Ref. Pub. 360-178

HomeWorks – GRAFIK Eye Accessories

Wall

Provides 4 buttons to operate selected GRAFIK Eye units independently, or in combination to reflect partition status.

Line/mains voltage control. Switches lighting on or off from a remote wall location

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Remote Power Modules HomeWorks remote power modules are designed for direct control of lighting loads and motors, using keypads to replace single or multiple gangs of local controls which would be impractical or unsightly. A maximum of eight modules can be installed in a single HomeWorks HW-PNL8-240 remote power panel to control up to 32 switchlegs of lighting and/or motors.

Remote Power Module

HW-RPM-4U-240 Power Module

Each 4U module can directly dim or up to four zones of tungsten, inductive low-voltage, or electronic lowvoltage lighting. Each 4U module can directly switch up to four zones of tungsten, inductive low-voltage, electronic low-voltage*, or fluorescent lighting. Individual zone capacity is rated at 16A @240V (3840 W/VA). The total capacity of a remote power module is also 16A @240V (3840 W/VA). Ref. Pub. No. 362-817

Diagnostic LED Address Switch

HW-RPM-4M-240 Motor Interlock Module

Manual Override

Each motor interlock module can control four 3-wire 240VAC motors for applications such as shades, drapes, and hurricane shutters. Individual control outputs use two relays for directional control, which are mechanically interlocked to prevent simultaneous operation. Maximum relay contact rating is 1/2 HP, 5A @240 VAC for inductive loads, and 1.5A @240 VAC for resistive loads. Ref. Pub. No. 362-820

9-24VDC SELV

+ _

An external SELV power supply and manual switch as shown can be used as an override to activate lights controlled by a remote power module.

HW-HIFC-10-2 Filter Chokes*

The HW-HIFC-10-2 filter choke assembly contains two chokes rated at 10A maximum each. Each HW-PNL8 remote power panel has room for 2 choke assemblies, which may be wired in parallel for loads up to 16A. Ref. Pub. No. 362-939

HIFC Filter Choke

* In rare cases, some tungsten lamps and transformers in electronic low-voltage light fittings will “buzz” or “hum.” The HW-HIFC-10-2 assembly reduces this hum.

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Master Keypads HomeWorks master keypads, available in architectural and designer styles, provide homeowners with an easy and elegant way to operate lights, shades, motorized screens, pumps, thermostats, and many other devices found in custom residences. Any button on any keypad can be configured to control one or more lights and devices connected to a HomeWorks system. The number of buttons can also be customized. Up to 16 unique addresses using 32 master keypads can be connected to each HomeWorks microprocessor assembly. All HomeWorks keypads provide at-a-glance system status LED indicators, are consistent in appearance with other HomeWorks controls, and can have each button’s function custom engraved.

HWV-KP5 Architectural 5-button keypad, plus Master On/Off Raise/Lower Ref. Pub. No. 362-822

HWV-KP5-DN/DW Architrave Door Jamb 5-button keypad, plus Master On/Off Raise/Lower Ref. Pub. No. 362-821

HWV-2B 2-button multifunction keypad Ref. Pub. No. 362-814

Finishes and Colors

Architectural style keypads are available in eight standard colors - White (WH), Beige (BE), Ivory (IV), Black (BL), Gray (GR), Brown (BR), Dusty Rose (DR), and Taupe (TP). Architrave style keypads are available in white or bright brass. Designer style keypads are available in six standard colors - White (WH), Beige (BE), Ivory (IV), Black (BL), Gray (GR), and Brown (BR). Metal Finishes

Master keypads can be supplied in ten different metallic finishes, including anodized, bright satin, or antique brass, bright or satin chrome, satin nickel, bright, satin or antique bronze, and 24-karat gold-plate.

HWV-KP10 Architectural 10-button keypad, plus Master On/Off Raise/Lower Ref. Pub. No. 362-822

HWV-KP15 Architectural 15-button keypad, plus Master On/Off Raise/Lower Ref. Pub. No. 362-822

HWV-KP-LB6 Architectural 6-button keypad

HWV-KP-LB9 Architectural 9-button keypad

HWV-5S-NM Designer 5-button keypad Ref. Pub. No. 362-816

HWV-5S-M Designer 5-button keypad, plus Master On/Off Raise/Lower Ref. Pub. No. 362-816

HWV-KP10 With custom buttons

GRX-IT- 4 button GRX-8IT- 8 button Handheld infrared transmitter, master On/Off raise/lower control on both models

HWV-5S-IR Designer 5-button keypad, plus IR sensor for remote control Ref. Pub. No. 362-816

Refer to publication numbers for more details and wiring information.

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Enhanced Control Options Expand the versatility and functionality of a HomeWorks system with enhanced control options. Equipment such as time clocks, security systems, occupancy sensors, and photocells can provide inputs to automatically activate groups of lights. Low-voltage outputs can control home theater equipment, thermostats, fans, pumps, and spas.

HW-LVOC-8 Low Voltage Relay Card

The HW-LVOC-8 provides eight separate SPDT dry contact closures and mounts in a HomeWorks remote power panel. Each output has normally-opened and normally-closed contacts rated at .4A @30VDC, .4A @30VAC with resistive loads, and .1A @30VAC, .2A @30VDC with inductive loads.

Input Interface Master Controls

Shade & Drape Controllers

The HWV-IP5 provides five individual switch-closure inputs, and the HWV-2B provides two individual switch closure inputs from devices such as time clocks and occupancy sensors to activate any devices connected to a HomeWorks system, using either momentary or latching closures. It mounts in a single-gang switchbox (Lutron model No. SB-1G).

A/V Equipment 1

2

3

4

5

6

HVAC 7

8

Manual Activators and Indicator LEDs 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Ref. Pub. No. 361-818

RS-232 Interface

Photocell

HomeWorks commands and keypad programming are accessible from most personal computers by connecting them to the RS-232 interface on the microprocessor. Command possibilities include setting dimmers to specific intensities, simulating master keypad button presses, and checking the status of any device in a HomeWorks system.

Timeclock Fire Alarm Driveway Sensor Motion Sensor Ref. Pub. No. 362-938

HWV-IP5

Integrating A/V Controls

Other manufacturer’s AV controls can be integrated with master keypads using a custom faceplate. Examples include AMX, AudioEase, and Audio Access. All standard color and finish choices are available. Contact Lutron for more details on custom wallplates.

HomeWorks Enhanced Control Options

RS-232 9 Pin D Connector

Refer to publication No. 043-004 for a complete set of RS-232 commands.

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How to Prepare the Control Schedule To lay out a HomeWorks integrated lighting control system, use the local control and master keypad schedule. The following steps show how to fill out a schedule for the reflected ceiling plan example shown below.

Step 1

Determine the lights and devices to be included in your system, along with how the lighting loads in each area will be controlled, using GRAFIK Eye preset dimming controls, or HomeWorks remote power modules. Number each lighting switch leg circuit on the reflected ceiling plan.

What You’ll Need:

• A reflected ceiling plan, showing all fittings, switching legs, and dimming locations. • A list of fittings to determine the connected load per switch leg. • A copy of the control schedule shown on pages 16 and 17.

Step 2

Choose master keypad locations and place them on the reflected ceiling plan.

115 105 120 114 11

123

12

106 104

118

113

15

7

107

10 121

17 18 117

112

124

103

108

13

8 122 102 1

110

19 111 109

101

GRAFIK Eye Control HomeWorks Keypad

125

on/off control for zone on remote power panel

Step 3

Number each switchbox location on the reflected ceiling plan.

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Step 4

Step 5

Fill in the name of each room on your local control schedule. Next, enter a number for each switchbox location, leaving space for each device mounted in that switchbox. Also, enter the circuit number for each switchleg controlled by a remote power module.

Complete the circuit and load information boxes for each GRAFIK Eye controlled device and remote power module load. Designate a two-way circuit reference letter to each locally-controlled device switched from multiple locations.

HWV-KP5-DW

Bed Lights Accent Lights Bathroom H K d

HWV-KP5-DN

INC ELV INC

HWV-KP-LB9

120 100 150

HWV-2B

Bath Light Bath Light

HWV-KP-LB6

117 118 120

INC –

HWV-KP15

15 15 15 17

123 200 – –

HWV-KP10

Master Suite

Keypad Entry Sconces Foyer Downlights West Hall East Hall

HWV-KP5

– 7

– INC INC INC INC

HWV-5S-IR

Kids Bathroom

– 2X150 2X100 300 200

HWV-5S-NM

– 111 122 121 108

DESCRIPTION

HWV-5S-M

19 – – – –

LOAD TYPE

CIRCUIT NUMBER

Foyer/Halls

NAME OF ROOM

KEYPADS

TOTAL LOAD

WALLBOX LOCATION

C I R C U I T I N F O R M AT I O N

X

X

Step 6

Step 7

Choose the appropriate GRAFIK Eye or keypad model for each switchbox location or remote power module load from the schedule. Include power boosters, remote motor modules and interfaces as needed.

List all HomeWorks system low voltage switch closure inputs and outputs, and check off the appropriate control (HWV-2B or HWV-IP5 for 2 or 5 inputs, and HW-LVOC-8 for up to 8 outputs).

HomeWorks Control Schedule

Notes

HW-IP5

HW-LVOC-8

HW-HIFC-10-2

NGRX-FDBI-AU

NGRX-ELVI-AU

NGRX-PB-AU

HW-RPM-4M-240

HW-RPM-4U-240

NTGRX-RL

M O D U L E S / R E L AY S / I N T E R F ACE S

NTGRX-1S

NTGRX-2B

NTGRX-4S

GRX-3106-AU

GRX-3104-AU

GRX-3103-AU

GRX-3102-AU

HWV-KP5-DW

Bed Lights Accent Lights Bathroom His Keypad Her Keypad

HWV-KP5-DN

INC ELV INC – –

HWV-KP-LB9

120 100 150 – –

LOCAL CONTROLS

HWV-KP-LB6

Bath Light Bath Light

HWV-KP15

INC –

HWV-KP10

117 118 120 – –

123 200 – –

HWV-KP5

15 15 15 17 18

aster Suite

Keypad Entry Sconces Foyer Downlights West Hall East Hall

HWV-5S-IR

– 7

– INC INC INC INC

HWV-5S-NM

ds Bathroom

– 2X150 2X100 300 200

HWV-5S-M

– 111 122 121 108

DESCRIPTION

HWV-2B

19 – – – –

LOAD TYPE

CIRCUIT NUMBER

Foyer/Halls

AME OF ROOM

KEYPADS

TOTAL LOAD

WALLBOX LOCATION

C I R C U I T I N F O R M AT I O N

X X X X X

X

X X

X X X

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HWV-KP5-DW

HWV-KP5-DN

HWV-KP-LB9

HWV-KP-LB6

HWV-KP15

HWV-KP5

HWV-5S-IR

HWV-5S-NM

DESCRIPTION

HWV-5S-M

KEYPADS

HWV-2B

LOAD TYPE

TOTAL LOAD

CIRCUIT NUMBER

NAME OF ROOM

WALLBOX LOCATION

C I R C U I T I N F O R M AT I O N

HWV-KP10

Control Schedule

EQUIPMENT TOTALS

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Notes

HW-IP5

HW-LVOC-8

HW-HIFC-10-2

NGRX-FDBI-AU

NGRX-ELVI-AU

NGRX-PB-AU

HW-RPM-4M-240

HW-RPM-4U-240

NTGRX-RL

M O D U L E S / R E L AY S / I N T E R F ACE S

NTGRX-1S

NTGRX-2B

NTGRX-4S

GRX-3106-AU

GRX-3104-AU

GRX-3103-AU

GRX-3102-AU

LOCAL CONTROLS

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Remote Power Panel Load Schedule

Job Name: Location: Panel Name:

Date: Page

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Address:

For switch legs without local controls, use this schedule to assign lighting and motor loads to remote power modules within the panel enclosure. Bus numbers 1 through 8 are used for remote power modules. HW-RPM-4U-240 remote power modules can control up to 4 zones of tungsten, inductive low-voltage, electronic low-voltage, or fluorescent lighting. Each zone has a maximum capacity of 16A @240V (3840 W/VA), and each remote power module also has a total capacity of 16A @240V (3840 W/VA). HW-RPM-4M-240 remote motor interlock modules can control four 240VAC motors with a maximum relay contact rating of 1/2 HP, 5A @240VAC inductive, 1.5A @240VAC resistive. Interface and booster types include the NGRX-PB-AU Power Booster, NGRX-FDBI-AU HiLume fluorescent dimming ballast interface, and NGRX-ELVI-AU for electronic low-voltage fittings. In rare cases, some tungsten lamps or transformers in electronic low-voltage light fittings will “buzz” or “hum.” The HW-HIFC-10-2 assembly is used to reduce hum. Indicate any loads that require filter chokes with a checkmark outside the “watts” column.

BUS 1

TYPE

CIRCUIT FEED

CIRCUIT NO.

LOAD DESCRIPTION

INTERFACE

WATTS

1 2 3 4 TOTAL

BUS 2

TYPE

CIRCUIT FEED

CIRCUIT NO.

LOAD DESCRIPTION

INTERFACE

WATTS

1 2 3 4 TOTAL

BUS 3

TYPE

CIRCUIT FEED

CIRCUIT NO.

LOAD DESCRIPTION

INTERFACE

WATTS

1 2

Bus Types

4U HW-RPM-4U-240 module 4M HW-RPM-4M-240 module

3 4 TOTAL

Interface Types for use with Power Module

PB NGRX-PB-AU ELVI NGRX-ELVI-AU FDB NGRX-FDBI-AU

BUS 4

TYPE

CIRCUIT FEED

CIRCUIT NO.

LOAD DESCRIPTION

INTERFACE

WATTS

1 2 3 4 TOTAL

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Remote Power Panel Load Schedule

Job Name: Location: Panel Name:

BUS 5

TYPE

CIRCUIT FEED

CIRCUIT NO.

LOAD DESCRIPTION

INTERFACE

Date: Page

of

Address:

WATTS

1 2 3 4 TOTAL

BUS 6

TYPE

CIRCUIT FEED

CIRCUIT NO.

LOAD DESCRIPTION

INTERFACE

WATTS

1 2 3 4 TOTAL

BUS 7

TYPE

CIRCUIT FEED

CIRCUIT NO.

LOAD DESCRIPTION

INTERFACE

WATTS

1 2 3 4 TOTAL

BUS 8

TYPE

CIRCUIT FEED

CIRCUIT NO.

LOAD DESCRIPTION

INTERFACE

WATTS

1 2 3 4 TOTAL

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GRAFIK Eye, LVOC-8, and Keypad Schedules

Job Name: Location: Panel Name:

Date: Page

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Address:

This schedule should be filled out for each HW-PNL8-240 remote power panel, and is used to: – Assign GRAFIK Eye locations and bus addresses. (Maximum of 8 addresses per panel) – Designate HW-LVOC-8 low-voltage control circuits, including type of closure (NO = normally open, NC = normally closed, MOM = momentary, LATCH = latching) – Assign master keypad addresses, locations, and names. Keypad addresses above No. 16 are shared.

GRAFIK EYE ADDRESS NO.

LOCATION/DESCRIPTION

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

HW-LVOC-8 POSITION

DESCRIPTION

1 2 3 4

MASTER KEYPADS ADDRESS NO.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Homeworks Schedules

POSITION

TYPE NO

MOM

NC

LATCH

NO

MOM

NC

LATCH

NO

MOM

NC

LATCH

NO

MOM

NC

LATCH

DESCRIPTION

5 6 7 8

TYPE NO

MOM

NC

LATCH

NO

MOM

NC

LATCH

NO

MOM

NC

LATCH

NO

MOM

NC

LATCH

KEYPADS THAT SHARE AN ADDRESS LOCATION /DESCRIPTION

KEYPAD NO.

LOCATION/DESCRIPTION

ADDRESS

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

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System Equipment and Faceplates & Accessories Schedules

Job Name: Job Number:

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SYSTEM EQUIPMENT

This schedule is used for ordering system equipment for a complete HomeWorks system.

Homeworks Schedules

QUANTITY

MODEL NUMBER

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DESCRIPTION

HW-PNL8-240

Panel Enclosure

HW-MA-8-240

Processor (1 per panel)

HW-HIFC-10-2

High Inductance Filter Chokes (2 per panel)

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Master Keypad Layout and Design HomeWorks master keypads are installed at locations where master control of the system is desired, such as entranceways, kitchens, great rooms, master bedrooms, foyers, garages, and patios, and are typically mounted 132cm above floor level. Any button can easily be programmed to control one or more lights and devices, using Lutron’s HomeWorks Programming Utility for Windows software. Master on/off or raise/lower buttons are available on certain keypad models.

An activity button is used to activate a specific light setting or path of light, and is usually called a “scene” button. Examples of activity buttons shown include PATH HI/LOW, WELCOME, ACCENT, MORNING AND NIGHT. (Note: When creating paths of light, select common hallways and stairways only - avoid creating multiple paths which might overlap.) Common Lighting Scenes

HOME – Activates selected lights in a dark residence when returning

home at night, such as exterior lights, kitchen, and pathways.

Assigning Keypad Functions

AWAY – Turns on exterior lights and sets selected interior lights to

Simplicity and consistency work best when programming and assigning HomeWorks master keypad functions. Developing a keypad theme or structure ensures a familiar operation to keypads throughout the home, meaning that a specific button function appears in the same position on every keypad that activates that function. For layout and location purposes, keypads can be grouped into three types: Room control keypads, which activate lights or devices in a specific room and replace gangs of dimmers, point of entry keypads, located at entry/exitways of a home for control of exterior and interior lighting, and monitor keypads, used to identify lighting status at a glance. Keypad buttons function in two ways. A monitor button indicates if a light or group of lights is on or off. Examples shown include front exterior lighting (FR EXT), rear exterior lighting (R EXT) and foyer (FOYER) buttons.

RAISE

preset levels when leaving home to return after dark. PATH HI – Illuminates hallways to a bright setting for early evening PATH LOW – Illuminates hallways to a dim setting for late night use. EXTERIOR – Conveniently turns on/off all exterior lights without the

need to walk to every entry point. MASTER ON – Turns all lights on. MASTER OFF – Turns all lights off. NIGHT LIGHT – Turns off all lights except hallways, which remain at

dimmed levels for children and guests. TIMECLOCK – Activates/deactivates timeclock mode. VACATION/HOLIDAY – Activates/deactivates vacation/holiday mode. ENTERTAIN – Raises house lighting to bright levels for entertaining.

PANIC – Activates security lighting.

ROOM ON

FR EXT

HOME

FR EXT

FOYER

FR EXT

FOYER

MBR HI

CHANDELIER

R EXT

AWAY

R EXT

FAMILY

R EXT

FAMILY

MBR LOW

WALLWASH

LANDSCAPE

VACATION

LANDSCAPE

KITCHEN

LANDSCAPE

KITCHEN

M BATH

ACCENT

TIMECLOCK

PATH HI

WELCOME

PATH HI

TIMECLOCK

LIVING

MORNING

ROOM OFF

GARAGE

PATH LOW

ENTERTAIN

PATH LOW

GARAGE

DINING

NIGHT

LOWER

MASTER ON

MASTER OFF

MASTER ON

MASTER OFF

MASTER ON

Dining Room Room Control Keypad

Garage Entry Point of Entry Keypad

HomeWorks Master Keypad Layout and Design

Foyer Entry Point of Entry Keypad

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MASTER OFF

Master Bedroom Bedside Monitor Keypad/Room

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HomeWorks Programming Utility In addition to simple manual keypad programming, HomeWorks systems can be configured with Lutron’s HomeWorks Programming Utility for either Windows 3.1 or Windows 95. A series of easy-to-use screens prompts the user to define the system components and program master keypad button functions. Diagnostic features are also included to help installers troubleshoot and fine-tune systems. The Output Device Definition screen is where each device is defined, along with panel addreses, and circuit number and switchbox number information. Individual button functions are assigned on the Button Programming screen. The keypad being programmed appears as a large icon, and the function names selected are shown under each button. Preset dimming information is also displayed on this screen. After programming is complete, the system configuration is uploaded to the system through a computer’s RS-232 serial port. The Display Devices screen is used during initial installation and programming to verify system equipment is functioning properly. If installed on the homeowner’s computer, it can also be used to control individual lights throughout the house. Minimum requirements to run the HomeWorks Programming Utility are an 80386DX/25 Mhz or faster Windows PC with four megabytes of RAM, four megabytes of hard disk space, and DB-9 serial port connection. eight megabytes of RAM is recommended for faster operation. Refer to publication No. 043-012 for more details on using the HomeWorks Programming Utility.

Output Device Definition Screen

Button Programming Screen

Device Display Screen

HomeWorks Programming Utility

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System Wiring 15-Button Master Control

To wire a home for a HomeWorks control system, follow these simple instructions:

5-Button Master Control

10-Button Master Control

Local Controls

Step 1 – Install single-gang and multigang switchboxes at desired locations (available from Lutron). For ease of installation, use deep switchboxes. Masonry boxes are recommended for GRAFIK Eye main units with depth of 88mm.

Step 3 – From the GRAFIK Eye units to be mastered, continue the daisy chain to the interface panel as shown on pages 26-27. Maximum wire length is 610m. Step 4 – Provide a 220-240 VAC, 50/60Hz, 10A live and neutral supply to the microprocessor assembly, and a 220-240VAC, 50/60Hz, 16A live and neutral supply to each remote power module. Step 5 – Pull 2 pair 1.0mm2 twisted/ shielded low-voltage (SELV) wires between interface panels for installations with more than one panel. Maximum wire length is 305m.

Security System (by others)

16 Keypads Maximum

Step 2 – Wire GRAFIK Eye locations per standard wiring practices. For circuits that require earth leakage/residual current protection, contact Lutron. Remote Power Panel Enclosure

Momentary or Maintained Closure

2 Pair 1.0mm2 Twisted/ Shielded (4 wires)

2 Pair 1.0mm2 Twisted/ Shielded (4 wires)

HomeWorks Subpanel & Enclosure

220-240 50/60Hz

To Additional Homeworks Panels (8 Panel Maximum)

2 Pair 1.0mm2 Twisted/ Shielded (4 wires) 8 GRAFIK Eye Units Maximum 15 Accessory Controls Maximum (Daisy Chained)

**

Note: Wiring must enter the interface panel at specific locations (see installation guide for details)

GRAFIK Eye

Live Neutral

Live Neutral

240V Remote Power Panel Output Typical

** For circuits that require earth leakage Protection, contact Lutron.

Master Keypads

Step 6 – From master keypads, pull 2 pair 1.0mm2 twisted/shielded low-voltage (SELV) wire to the remote power panel enclosure. Note that master keypads may be daisy-chained. Maximum wire length is 305m.

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Ganging Master Keypads

GRAFIK Eye 3100 Preset Dimming Controls

KP5, KP10, KP-LB6 and IP5 master keypads may also be ganged to save space. However, a non-standard switchbox size must be used. When ganging an even number of keypads use switchboxes with tapped ears as shown. Do not use plaster rings or gangbox covers. Space an additional switchbox 19mm apart from the other switchboxes. A 19mm chase nipple is recommended as a spacer between the switchboxes.

ZONE 1

ZONE 1

GRX-3102 136 x 117mm

ZONE 2

ZONE 3

ZONE 1

GRX-3103 182 x 117mm

ZONE 2

ZONE 3

ZONE 4

GRX-3104 229 x 117mm

The GRX-3106 is the same look and dimensions as the GRX-3104 but has additional lighting zone controls for its six zone capability.

Example: Switchbox arrangement required for gang of 2 keypads, side sections intact.

19mm

Homeworks Ganging and Derating

ZONE 2

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GRAFIK Eye Model Number

Number of Zones

Number of Scenes

Number of Gangs

GRX-3102-AU GRX-3103-AU GRX-3104-AU GRX-3106-AU

2 3 4 6

4 (16) 4 (16) 4 (16) 4 (16)

2 3 4 4

GRAFIK Eye Model Number

Voltage

Zone Capacity amps/watts

Total watts/VA

Maximum Feeds

GRX-3102-AU GRX-3103-AU GRX-3104-AU GRX-3106-AU

220-240 220-240 220-240 220-240

1200 1200 1200 1200

1600 2400 3000 3000

1 1 2 2

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GRAFIK Eye Wiring GRX-3103 (3-Zone Unit)

GRX-3106 (6-Zone Unit)

Zone/Load 1 Zone/Load 2 Zone/Load 3 1.5mm2 TYP.

1.5mm2 TYP.

Live

Zone/Load 1 Zone/Load 2 Zone/Load 3 Zone/Load 4 Zone/Load 5 Zone/Load 6

Live 1* Neutral

Live 2*

Neutral To Distribution Panel

Neutral

Neutral Low voltage data to Next GRAFIK Eye or HomeWorks enclosure

To Distribution Panel

To Distribution Panel

GRX-3102 (2-Zone Unit) Uses all of the above wires except Zone 3.

Low voltage data to Next GRAFIK Eye or HomeWorks enclosure

To Distribution Panel

GRX-3104 (4-Zone Unit) Uses all of the above wires except Zones 5 and 6. *Both live feeds must be on the same phase. If more convenient, *one live feed can be used and jumpered to the second feed terminal

WALL CONTROLS – CLASS 2* (ONLY CLASS 2 WIRING SHOWN)

TO AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT (TIMECLOCK, OCCUPANT SENSOR, ETC.) 2 TWISTED PAIR #18 (1.0mm2 – TWO BELDEN #9740 OR ONE LIBERTY LU02PSH18EX-GRN – 4 WIRES TOTAL)

GRX-3103 GRXAV

CLASS 2 CONTROL

TO ADDITIONAL GRAFIK EYE CONTROLS

CLASS 2 CONTROL

*CLASS 2 CONTROLS ARE GRX-CIR NTGRX-2B NTGRX-4S-IR NTGRX-RL NTGRX-SI4S-IR NTGRX-4Q GRX-AV NTGRX-4S GRX-AV-RS232 GRX-4S-DW GRX-AV-RS232/ATC NTGRX-4M GRX-AV-SER NTGRX-4PS

AND ACCESSORIES AS REQUIRED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE U.S. NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE ARTICLE, 725.52 (EXCEPTION 2), GRAFIK EYE ACCESSORIES CAN BE CONNECTED TO THE GRAFIK EYE PRESET DIMMING CONTROL USING CLASS 2 WIRING METHODS. CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR FOR COMPLIANCE WITH LOCAL CODES AND WIRING PRACTICES.

INSTALLATION MAXIMUMS (3) CLASS 2 CONTROLS POWERED BY ONE GRAFIK EYE® ('GRX') UNIT (8) GRAFIK EYE ('GRX') UNITS / LINK (16) CLASS 2 CONTROLS / LINK 2000 FT. CLASS 2 WIRE LENGTH / LINK

FLUORESCENT INTERFACE – REQUIRED FOR EACH FLUORESCENT DIMMING ZONE (4-ZONE UNIT W/ONE FEED SHOWN - TYPICAL)

ZONE / LOAD 1

ZONE / LOAD 1

SWITCHED LIVE / HOT NEUTRAL

GRX-FDBI INTERFACE

SWITCHED LIVE / HOT NEUTRAL

HI-LUME OR ECO-10 BALLASTS

ZONE / LOAD 2 ZONE / LOAD 3 1 #12 (2.5mm2) TYP.

ZONE / LOAD 4 NEUTRAL

LIVE / HOT POWER NEUTRAL TO DISTRIBUTION PANEL

HomeWorks Local Control Wiring

GRX-3104

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TO DISTRIBUTION PANEL

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POWER BOOSTER ELECTRONIC LOW VOLTAGE POWER INTERFACE (2-ZONE UNIT SHOWN – TYPICAL)

TO DISTRIBUTION PANEL

FROM DISTRIBUTION PANEL

ZONE / LOAD 1 (POWER OUT)

LIVE / HOT 2 (POWER) NGRX-PB OR ELVI-1000

ZONE / LOAD 1 (SIGNAL) NEUTRAL

ZONE / LOAD 2 1 #12 (2.5mm2) TYP. LIVE / HOT 1

SEPARATE NEUTRALS

POWER NEUTRAL GRX-3102

TO DISTRIBUTION PANEL

LIMIT – ONE POWER BOOSTER PER ZONE

LINE VOLTAGE ENTRANCE CONTROL (2-ZONE UNIT SHOWN – TYPICAL) • Entrance Control (Line Side) ▲ • Entrance Control (Load Side) ▲▲ ZONE / LOAD 1

CONTROL (SSA)

LIVE / HOT

TO DISTRIBUTION PANEL

NTGRX-1S (LIMIT 10)

1 #12 (2.5mm2) TYP.

ZONE / LOAD 2

NEUTRAL CONTROL (SSA)

POWER

NTGRX-1S

GRX-3102

TO DISTRIBUTION PANEL

NEUTRAL

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Remote Power Module Wiring NGRX-FDBI-AU For dimming Hi-lume Fluorescent Dimming Ballasts Three Tungsten or Low-Voltage Loads with Combined Wattage of 3840W or Less NGRX-FDBI-AU (Rear View)

Hi-Lume Dimming Ballast.

White

Black

SW HOT CONTROL NEUTRAL

DHOT OUT HOT IN

N N N N N L 1 2 3 4

Important Wiring Information Connect DHOT OUT only to Lutron Hi-Lume Electronic Dimming Ballasts. Do not use this connection with any other fluorescent ballast.

Orange

Hot Neutral

From Distribution Panel Neutral

Remote Power Module HW-RPM-4U-240

Hot

NGRX-PB-AU For boosting the power capacity of a Remote Power Module output Hot Neutral

Three Tungsten or Low-Voltage Loads with Combined Wattage of 3840W or Less

DHOT OUT HOT IN

N N N N N L 1 2 3 4

Remote Power Module HW-RPM-4U-240

CONTROL NEUTRAL

NGRX-PB-AU (Rear View)

Tungsten or Magnetic Low-Voltage Loads Only 3840W Maximum

Hot Neutral

NGRX-ELVI -AU For reducing noise when dimming electronic low voltage fittings Hot Neutral

Three Tungsten or Low-Voltage Loads with Combined Wattage of 3840W or Less

Remote Power Module HW-RPM-4U-240

Homeworks Remote Power Modules

DHOT OUT LIVE IN

N N N N N L 1 2 3 4

CONTROL NEUTRAL

NGRX-ELVI-AU (Rear View)

Important Wiring Information Do NOT connect loads using magnetic low-voltage transformers to the NGRX-ELVI-AU interface Electronic Low Voltage Track Lighting

Hot Neutral

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Motor Interlock Remote Power Module Hot Neutral

R L R L R L R L L N N N N N

M

M

Remote Power Module HW-RPM-4M-240

Dimming or Switching Remote Power Module Hot Neutral

Four Tungsten or Low Voltage Loads with Combined Wattage of 3840W or Less

N N N N N L 1 2 3 4

Remote Power Module HW-RPM-4U-240

Homeworks Remote Power Modules

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System Specifications PART 1 - GENERAL 1.01 SCOPE The following specifications detail the minimum performance and related criteria for a Lighting Control System (LCS). Any deviations from this specification must be documented in writing and submitted to the Architect prior to the issuance of any contracts and must also include all associated cost savings or additions, including but not limited to equipment, equipment installation, power wiring labor and materials, programming, documentation and project management 1.02 WORK INCLUDED A. Contractor and/or Authorized Dealer shall furnish all equipment necessary for the proper installation of the devices as indicated on the drawings and specified herein. B. Programming to be the responsibility of the Owner via a separate contract with a factory-authorized representative and/or dealer/installer of the specified equipment. 1.03 QUALITY ASSURANCE A. Manufacturer shall have a minimum of 10 years continuous experience in manufacturing architectural lighting control products. B. Manufacturer shall maintain ISO 9001 certification. Provide a copy of the certificate upon request. PART 2 - PRODUCTS 2.01 ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS A. Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. 2.02 GENERAL A. LCS shall consist of five basic equipment subcategories: 1. wall-mounted master keypads, 2. one or more microprocessor-based lighting control panels for communication and data storage, 3. remote power control modules located in the lighting control panels, 4. wall mounted, multi-zone, preset scene dimming modules, and B. LCS shall be designed so that in the event that one or more of the lighting control panels is not present or is disabled, the following shall be true: 1. Any lights which were on prior to the interruption shall remain on at the same intensity,and 2. It shall be possible to turn on or off, or even dim any GRAFIK Eye 3. It shall be possible to turn on to a preset level or off any lights controlled by remote power control modules by installing and using a low voltage override switch, and 4. All system information (button function assignments, preset scene values, time clock schedules, etc.) shall remain intact.

HomeWorks System Specifications

2.03 MULTI-ZONE PRESET SCENE DIMMING MODULES A. Multi-zone preset scene dimming module shall be capable of operating at rated capacity without adversely affecting design lifetime. B. Multi-zone preset scene dimming module shall mount individually in standard 2-,3-, or 4- gang U.S. style switchboxes. C. Multi-zone preset scene dimming module shall operate in an ambient temperature range of 0°C (32°F) to 40°C (104°F). D. Multi-zone preset scene dimming module shall incorporate an airgap switch which shall be accessible without removing the faceplate. E. Multi-zone preset scene dimming module shall meet IEC 801-2, tested to withstand 15kV electrostatic discharge without damage or loss of memory. F. Multi-zone preset scene dimming module shall meet ANSI/IEEE Std. C62.41-1980, tested to withstand voltage surges of up to 6000V and current surges of up to 200A without damage. G. Multi-zone preset scene dimming module shall meet the U.L. 20 limited short circuit test requirement for snap switches. H. Multi-zone preset scene dimming module shall be voltage regulated so that a 10% variation in line voltage shall cause no more than a 5% variation in load voltage when dimmer is operating at 40V (5% light output). I. Multi-zone preset scene dimming module shall utilize an LC filtering network to minimize interference with properly installed radio, audio and video equipment. J. Multi-zone preset scene dimming module shall operate (dim or non-dim) the following sources/load type with a smooth and continuous Square Law dimming curve. The specific load type dimming curves are electronically programmed and can be changed at any time. 1. Tungsten and Inductive Low Voltage Transformer a. Dimmer shall contain circuitry specifically designed to control and provide a symmetrical AC waveform to the input of inductive low voltage transformers. b. Dimmer shall not cause a inductive low voltage transformer to operate above the transformer’s rated operating current and temperature. c. Dimmer shall contain circuitry to control dioded lamps. 2. Fluorescent Electronic Dimming Ballasts Dimmer shall be rated to control fluorescent lamps. Ballasts for fluorescent fixtures must be Lutron Hi-lume “FDB” series. See fitting schedule and/or dimming schedule for specific ballast model numbers. 3. Neon and Cold Cathode Dimmer shall provide the ability to dim lamps down to 10% of full light output when used with normal (low) power factor transformers. a. Neon/cold cathode lamps shall be manufactured with strict attention paid to proper lamp pressurization and exclusion of any impurities to ensure best dimming performance. b. For optimum performance, transformers shall be sized per transformer sizing tables developed by the dimming manufacturer. c. The electrical contractor is responsible for proper neon or cold cathode lamp and wiring installation. K. Minimum light levels shall be user adjustable in order to compensate for different sources and loading. L. Separate power booster/interface shall increase dimmer capacity. Quantities and sizes of each type of power booster shall be provided to control each type of load shown on the load schedule and/or the drawings.

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2.04 - LIGHTING CONTROL PANELS A. Panels shall be capable of being either wall mounted or recessed mounted NEMA grade, constructed of sheet steel plates not less than #16 U.S. gauge. Panel must fit between standard wall stud spacing (14 3/8"). B. Panels shall be shipped with BYPASS jumper bars inserted between all input and load terminals. These jumpers shall carry the complete load current and shall be reusable at any time. C. Multiple lighting control panels shall be capable of operating in one system, up to a maximum of 8 panels per system. D. Panels shall be cooled via free-convection, unaided by fans, and capable of continuous operation to all of these section specifications within an ambient temperature range of 0°C (32°F) to 40°C (104°F). E. High Inductance Filter Chokes 1. Each lighting control panel shall be capable of installing up to 4 high inductance filter chokes. When wired in series with the outputs of the remote power control modules, the filter chokes suppress lamp buzzing and RFI. F. MicroProcessor Assembly 1. The microprocessor shall incorporate an interface to the security system which shall allow any lights and outputs to be programmed to either flash or automatically turn on to a specified level during a security mode. The lighting control system shall return back to normal operation only after the security system has been cleared. 2. The microprocessor assembly shall incorporate an RS-232 interface to allow for either an existing or future external controller or PC to communicate to the system. 3. The microprocessor assembly shall remember the approximate times and days of the week when lights and outputs are turned on and off. The system can be placed in a “Vacation/holiday Playback Mode” which will play back the programmed lights and outputs to the preset levels as they have previously been used to simulate occupancy while the house is unoccupied. 4. Each microprocessor shall be capable of storing a time clock schedule for each day of the week. Each schedule shall be capable of 10 events where an event can turn on or off any combination of lights and outputs to the preset levels. 5. All programmable information in the microprocessors including time clock schedules, master keypad button programming, vacation/holiday and security mode settings shall be retained in non-volatile memory and shall remain intact for 10 years in the case of power loss to the microprocessor. G. Dry Contact Outputs 1. Each lighting control panel shall be capable of having 8 dry contact closure outputs without decreasing any other panel capacities. 2. Each dry contact output will be a Form C relay with resistive ratings of .4 Amp at 30VDC or .4 Amp at 30 VAC and inductive ratings of .1 Amp at 30 VAC and .2 Amp at 30 VDC. 3. Each dry contact output can be programmed as latching or pulsed durations of 0.7s, 1.5s or 2.1s. 4. Each dry contact output shall have a manual switch which can activate the relay. 5. Each dry contact output shall have an indicator light which is illuminated when the relay is closed.

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2.05 - REMOTE POWER CONTROL MODULES A. Quantities of remote power control modules shall be provided to control each type of load shown on the load schedule and/or the drawings. B. A positive air gap relay shall be employed within each remote power control module to ensure that the load circuits are open when all loads are “off”. C. All dimmers shall be voltage regulated so that a nominal change in line voltage shall not cause a perceptible change in output voltage. D. Under full-load conditions in a 40°C environment, all silicon thyristors shall operate at a minimum 20°C safety margin below the component temperature rating. E. Once installed as part of a complete system, the silicon thyristors used to control the power furnished to the loads shall be both designed and tested to withstand surges, without impairment to performance, of 6000V, 3000A (equivalent to a near lightning strike) as specified by ANSI/IEEE std. C62.41. F. Dimmers shall operate the following sources/load types with a smooth continuous Square Law dimming curve. Dimmers shall also be capable of operating these sources on a non-dim basis. 1. Tungsten, Inductive Low Voltage Transformer, and Electronic Low Voltage a. Dimmers shall be able to dim electronic low voltage transformers which are rated for use with standard dimmers. 2. Neon and Cold-Cathode 3. Lutron’s Hi-Luime Fluorescent Electronic Dimming Ballasts a. Dimmers shall be rated to control T-12, T-12 high output, T-8, and T-5 lamps at with the use of an interface. 4. Non-Dim (excluding 220-240 3 wire motors) Non-dim shall be rated to switch 16A of resistive, tungsten, inductive, or capacitive loads. 5. Minimum light levels shall be user adjustable for each output in order to compensate for different loading of each output. 6. Maximum light levels shall be user adjustable for each dimmer to predetermine energy and potential lamp life savings. G. 220-240 VAC 3 Wire Motors a. Module shall be capable of controlling up to 4 independent 220-240 VAC 3 wire motors. Each motor can be a maximum of 5 Amps (1/2 hp) up to a maximum 16 Amps for the entire module. b. For each motor the module shall employ two mechanically interlocked relays to insure positive protection that both “direction 1” and “direction 2” motor windings are not energized at the same time. c. Module shall have a programmable delay between changing from “direction 1” and “direction 2” to prevent any motor damage due to quick direction changes. d. Module shall have a programmable maximum time that either “direction 1” and “direction 2” motor windings can be left in the energized state.

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2.06 - MASTER KEYPADS A. Quantities and types of master keypads shall be provided as shown on the load schedule and/or the drawings. B. Any button on any keypad may be assigned to control any single channel or combination of channels which are a part of the control system up to a maximum of 500 devices per button. Each keypad shall consist of the specified quantity of buttons with an associated LED, and specified number of buttons without LEDs. Each button which has an associated LED shall be programmable to operate in any of the following modes: 1. Toggle - If the LED is off, pressing the button will turn the programmed lights and outputs on to the preset levels; if the LED is on, pressing the button will turn off the programmed lights and outputs. 2. Always On - Regardless of the LED, pressing the button will turn the programmed lights and outputs on to the preset levels. 3. Always Off - Regardless of the LED, pressing the button will turn the programmed lights and outputs off. 4. Press and Hold - Regardless of the LED, pressing and holding the button will turn the programmed lights and outputs on to the preset levels. Releasing the button will turn the programmed lights and outputs off. C. When no LEDs are illuminated during normal use on a keypad, all the LEDs shall glow at a very dim level so that the keypad can be easily located within a darkened room. D. LEDs may be configured to provide two different types of visual feedback of the lighting loads as follows: 1. Monitor Function The LED shall light if any of the loads assigned to that button are on. 2. Scene Function The LED shall light only if all loads associated with that button are on at the preset levels. E. Keypads with master raise and master lower buttons shall be capable of proportionately raising or lowering the intensity of the lights programmed to any of the other buttons of the keypad. F. Where indicated on drawings, provide a telephone interface to allow up to nine independent functions to be controlled from either any external or internal phone. The telephone interface shall provide customized voice feedback to indicate what each of the different functions are which are accessible from the phone, as well as the current status of each function. The telephone interface shall be FCC registered and UL listed. G. Master keypads shall meet IEC 801-2, tested to withstand 15kV electrostatic discharge without damage. PART 3 - EXECUTION 3.01 INSTALLATION A. Equipment shall be installed utilizing manufacturer’s cut sheets and installation instructions and in accordance with these specifications. B. Unless otherwise noted, all rooms and areas not initially included on the control system shall be pre-wired so that they may be added to the system at a later date without any additional control wiring required. In a similar manner, pre-wire to additional future keypad locations as indicated on the plans. C. Where a dimming panel is indicated and upon completion of the installation and prior to removal of the bypass jumpers, the electrical contractor shall completely test all line voltage power and low voltage control wiring for continuity and accuracy of connections. The jumpers shall remain in place until all loads have been fully tested and found to be free of miswires, short circuits, or other wiring defects.

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D. Manufacturer shall provide access to qualified personnel able to address problems with the dimming system 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. E. Provide aesthetically matching Lutron Vareo dimmers and switches in rooms that contain one or more “smart” dimmers or switches that are part of the control system. In rooms without any “smart” devices which are not initially on the system, the Electrical Contractor shall provide designer-style devices with Lutron snap-on screwless faceplates. F. Unless otherwise indicated, all switchbox locations which are normally visible and which incorporate multiple devices ganged together shall utilize seamless faceplates which match the appearance of the respective devices (see A and B above). 3.02 SYSTEM COMMISSIONING A. Upon completion of the installation, the system shall be completely commissioned by a factory-trained and authorized programmer. The commissioning will be performed upon notification by the electrical contractor that the system installation is complete and that all loads have been tested live for continuity and freedom from defects and that all control wiring has been connected and checked for proper continuity. The electrical contractor shall provide the authorized programmer and the Architect with ten working days notice of the scheduled commissioning date. B. The system shall be capable of being programmed using a Windows-based programming utility. The Windows-based programming utility shall be able to: 1. Program the time clock schedules 2. Program all master keypad button functions 3. Program loads to the security and vacation/ holiday mode functions 4. Program the telephone interface functions C. The system shall be capable of being diagnosed using a Windows based programming utility. The Windows based programming utility shall be able to: 1. Automatically scan the entire system and determine what devices are responding 2. Simulate pressing any of the master keypad buttons 3. Find a particular light by cycling it on and off 4. Direct control of any particular output in the system D. The system shall be capable to do minor programming adjustments (excludes time clock schedules, remote power module configurations and relay types) without the use of an external computer. Minor adjustments can be made by placing individual master keypads in programming mode. Any local dimmer or switch modules and dry contact outputs are then manually activated to the desired setting, which is then automatically stored in system memory. E. Upon completion of the system check-out, the programmer shall demonstrate the operation of the system to the appropriate owner’s representatives. 3.03 WARRANTY AND WARRANTY SERVICE A. Unless otherwise noted, Manufacturer shall provide a two year warranty on all equipment supplied. Warranty shall cover 100% of the cost to repair or replace any parts required over the first year which are directly attributable to the manufacturer. B. Warranty coverage shall begin from date of final system commissioning or three months from date of delivery, whichever is earlier.

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These products are covered by one or more of the following U.S. patents: 4,803,380; 4,833,339; DES 310,349; DES 311,678; and corresponding foreign patents. U.S. and foreign patents pending. Windows and Windows 95 are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Lutron, the Sunburst logo, and GRAFIK Eye are registered trademarks. HomeWorks, Architrave and Serena are trademarks of Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. ŠCopyright 1996 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

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