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Installation and Maintenance Guide

Contents System Overview Dimensions and Mounting

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Wiring System Wiring Requirements Switching Zone Controllers Dimmable Zone Controllers: Ballast Wiring Pre-Test Wiring Multiple Dimming Zones Dimmable Zone Controllers Dimmable Zone Controllers: Load Interfaces Wiring an Interface Testing Functionality

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Compatible Devices Tabletop Transmitters (optional) Wallbox Transmitters Occupant Sensors Daylight Sensors Switch Closure Output Devices Sivoia QED Shades AC Motorized Devices GRAFIK Eye Interface

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Advanced Programming Troubleshooting Guide DIP Switch/LED Reference Ballast Installation Best Practices Warranty Contacts

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Ratings Model Number RTA-RX-F RTA-RX-F-347 RTA-RX-F-SC RTA-RX-F-SC-347 RTA-RX-SW RTA-RX-SW-347

Voltage 120 or 277 V 347 V 120 or 277 V 347 V 120 or 277 V 347 V

Maximum Current 16 A (20 A breaker) 16 A (20 A breaker) 16 A (20 A breaker) 16 A (20 A breaker) 16 A (20 A breaker) 16 A (20 A breaker)

Switch Closure Maximums NA (dimming only) NA (dimming only) 30 V 1/3 A 30 V 1/3 A NA (switching only) NA (switching only)

This part complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference; and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. CANADA 2851 102 693A. Caution: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Lutron Electronics Inc. could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

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System Overview Description

System Ratings

The RadioTouchTM system accepts inputs from multiple radio frequency (RF) transmitters, occupant sensors, and a daylight sensor. It can control zones of lighting, AC motorized window treatments, Sivoia QED controllable window treatments, and other equipment controlled by switch closure outputs.

Inputs

• Voltage: 120 V , 277 V , or 347 V ; 60 Hz • Current: Fully loaded 20 A circuit breaker (16 A) of Lutron dimming ballast load (RTA-RX-F, RTA-RX-F-SC, RTA-RX-F-347, and RTA-RX-F-SC-347). 16 A maximum for switching using the RadioTouch switchpack (RTA-RX-SW and RTA-RX-SW-347). For supported load types, see page 7. • Switch closure outputs: Not to exceed 30 V and 1/3 A.

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Interface transmitters

Tu-Wire® Dimming Ballast, Incandescent, Electronic LowVoltage or Magnetic Low-Voltage Loads • 2000 W/VA of incandescent or magnetic low-voltage loads can be controlled using the incandescent interface (FDI-INC-2000) • 1000 W of electronic low-voltage loads can be controlled using the electronic low-voltage interface (FDIELV-1000) • 16 A of Lutron Tu-Wire® dimming ballasts can be controlled using the Tu-Wire® interface (FDI-FTU-16A-120)

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System Overview Overview

Optional Sensor/Control Inputs

The RadioTouch system provides the ability to control your visual environment from any location in a space. The RadioTouch controller controls your Lutron fluorescent dimming ballasts directly and interfaces simply with other load types, Sivoia QED controllable window treatments, AC motorized projection screens and window treatments, and other A/V equipment. The RadioTouch switchpack controller is able to switch 16 A of high inrush loads. One RadioTouch controller is required for each zone of lighting.

Controller Models Models with no suffix can operate at 120 V or 277 V . Models with a -347 suffix operate at 347 V . RTA-RX-F and RTA-RX-F-347 The RTA-RX-F can control one zone of dimmable lighting and accept inputs from wallbox transmitters, tabletop transmitters, interface transmitters, occupant sensors, and daylight sensors. RTA-RX-F-SC and RTA-RX-F-SC-347 The RTA-RX-F-SC has the same capabilities as the RTA-RX-F with the addition of low-voltage contact closure outputs, which allow control of AC motorized window treatments, AC motorized projection screens, and Sivoia QED controllable window treatments through an interface. RTA-RX-SW and RTA-RX-SW-347 (Switchpack) The RTA-RX-SW can switch one 16 A high inrush lighting circuit and accept inputs from wallbox transmitters, tabletop transmitters, interface transmitters, and occupant sensors.

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• Wallbox and Tabletop Transmitters: Transmitters allow the user to dim the lights from full to minimum, set and access preset light levels (if addressed to a dimmable controller), and turn the lights On or Off. Transmitters must be located within 35 feet of the controller. Some models may also be used to control motorized accessories, depending on model number. Multi-location control is achieved by adding more transmitters and addressing them to the controller. Up to 16 transmitter zones can be addressed to a controller. Tabletop transmitters are battery powered. • Interface Transmitters: The RTA-RS232 interface transmitter provides an interface to third-party RS232 devices. The RTA-SCI interface transmitter provides an input interface to the system from any equipment that generates momentary dry contact closures. For more information, see the applicable installation guides. • Occupant Sensor: The occupant sensor supplies a signal to the controller any time the space is occupied. This signal tells the lights controlled by the RadioTouch controller to turn on. An unoccupied signal tells the RadioTouch controller to turn lights off or go to a minimum level. • Daylight Sensor: The daylight sensor supplies a signal to a dimmable controller indicating the ambient light level. When enabled for use with a daylight sensor, the controller will adjust lighting levels to a user-defined setting. • Burn-in (100%/100 Hr): This button on the controller activates a 100-hour lamp maximum light level to season the lamps and ensure long fluorescent lamp life. The controller STAT LED is On when activated, and the RadioTouch controller will automatically remove itself from burn-in after the 100-hour period. During the burn-in period, the wallbox, tabletop, and interface transmitters will only turn the lights On and Off. All other lighting functions are ignored. The 100 hours are counted only while the lights are turned to full On. The 100hour counter is cancelled if the controller is manually removed from this mode by pressing the burn-in button again or if the power to that controller is removed. (Note: Not applicable to the switchpack models.)

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Dimensions and Mounting Determine a Mounting location for the RadioTouchTM Controller

5 in. (130 mm)

2.5 in. (64 mm)

The RadioTouch controller is mounted onto a 4 x 4 in. (100 x 100 mm) standard (1900) junction box (not included, Lutron part number 241-496) or to the standard knockout on the end of a fluorescent lighting fixture. The RadioTouch controller must be mounted within 35 feet (11 m) of all transmitters in the system. All power wire connections must be made in the junction box or the fluorescent lighting fixture. All PELV (Class 2: USA) wire connections must be made within the front cover of the RadioTouch controller.

7.8 in. (150 mm)

If possible, mount all RadioTouch controllers in the same room to simplify programming and setup. Caution! Observe all local and national electrical codes and safety standards.

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Mount the Load Interface The load interface mounts into a 4 x 4 in. (100 x 100 mm) junction box with a minimum depth of 3 in. (76 mm). The interface can also be mounted in a 2-gang wallbox with a minimum depth of 3 in. (76 mm). Note: The load interface must only be mounted into a metal junction box or wallbox that is properly grounded. Caution! Be sure all the power wires are completely inside the junction box or wallbox before tightening the mounting screws.

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System Wiring Requirements Review system wiring requirements and ensure proper wires are pulled for hardware installation. Each zone of lighting requires a RadioTouch controller.

Caution! Observe all local and national electrical codes and safety standards. Note: The maximum total wire length for the load circuit is 250 feet (91 m).

Note: Either an AC motor or a Sivoia QED contact closure interface can be interfaced to a single controller, but not both.

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Switching Zone Controllers Wiring the Switchpack Controller for Each Zone

Danger! Locate and lock the supply breaker in the Off position, or remove the supply fuse before continuing.

The RadioTouch switchpack controller accepts 120, 277, or 347 V line feeds, depending on model number (see page 3). Controller wiring depends on the input voltage (see diagram below). The load circuit, however, must be rated for the same line voltage that feeds the controller.

Switchable load types: Incandescent (16 A) Fluorescent (16 A) Motor loads (1/3 HP @ 120 V 1/2 HP @ 277 V Magnetic low-voltage (16 A) Electronic low-voltage (16 A) Neon/cold cathode (16 A) HID (16 A)

Switched Load Wiring in Bypass Wiring in bypass is a temporary wiring scheme to test the wiring without a control. If there is a wiring problem or a short in the circuit, this will prevent damage to the RadioTouch controller.

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Dimmable Zone Controllers: Ballast Wiring Pre-Test Wiring in Bypass

Danger! Locate and lock the supply breaker in the Off position, or remove the supply fuse before continuing.

Wiring in bypass is a temporary wiring scheme to test the ballast wiring without a control. If there is a wiring problem or a short in the circuit, this will prevent damage to the RadioTouch controller. Make the appropriate wire connections for your ballast type using the wiring diagrams below.

Warning! Proper short-circuit and overload protection must be provided at the distribution panel. You can use up to a 20 A maximum circuit breaker for your installation.

Note: Lamp wires not shown but must be in place and correct for bypass testing.

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Dimmable Zone Controllers: Ballast Wiring Pre-Test Test the Circuit

Danger! Check that all loads on the circuit are safe to have power applied before turning the input power On.

Turn the input power On after assuring that it is safe to do so. Lights should go to full On while in bypass. If lights do not go to full On, check ballast and lamp wiring.

Danger! Locate and lock the supply breaker in the Off position, or remove the supply fuse before continuing.

Wire the Controller for Each Lighting Zone Once the ballast and lamp wiring are tested, turn the input power back Off at the supply breaker.

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The RadioTouch controller accepts 120, 277, or 347 V line feeds, depending on model number (see page 3). Controller wiring depends on the input voltage (see diagram below). The electronic fluorescent ballasts, however, must be rated for the same line voltage that feeds the controller.

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Note: Set DIP switch 3 in the up position for an FDB load, and in the down position for an Eco-10 load.

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Wiring Multiple Dimming Zones Danger! Locate and lock the supply breaker in the Off position, or remove the supply fuse before continuing.

Warning! Total load cannot exceed the breaker limit of the distribution panel.

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15 V

3

Cir Com

2

Occ. S ig

1

0-10 V

Fixture ground

Green White Black (120 V Black/Red

RadioTouch RTA-RX-F

120/277 V 16 A Max.

LISTED 243C Ind. Cont. E q.

Coopersburg, PA 18036 USA

1-800-523-9466 1-888-235-2910

USA, Canada Mexico www.lutron.com

CONFIGURACIONES REGLAGES SETTINGS PWR

STAT

ON

5

6 7

®

8

+

_

5

PS S ig

4 24 V

15 V

3

Cir Com

4

1 2

Occ. S ig

3

Occ. Com

2

PELV (Class 2: USA)

1

60 Hz

0-10 V

Lutron FDB or ECO dimming ballast

To additional dimming ballasts

Ground Neutral Switched Hot (blue) Dimmed Hot (orange)

)

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Green White Black Orange

Green White Black Orange

Fixture ground

Lutron FDB or ECO dimming ballast

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Refer to the Installers Guide for more detailed instructions. Consulte la Guía de Instaladores para información más detallada. Référer au Guide d’installation pour plus de renseignements détaillés.

PROG

100 Hr/100% P/N 500-10633 © 2006 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

Ground Neutral Hot

Red (277/347 V ) Cap the wire that is not being used (red or black, depending on voltage)

To additional lighting zones

Lutron FDB or ECO dimming ballast

Refer to the Installers Guide for more detailed instructions. Consulte la Guía de Instaladores para información más detallada. Référer au Guide d’installation pour plus de renseignements détaillés.

ON

PELV (Class 2: USA)

Ground Neutral Hot

CONFIGURACIONES REGLAGES SETTINGS PWR

Fixture ground

P/N 500-10633 © 2006 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

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60 Hz

Green White Black Orange

Fixture ground

Red (277/347 V ) Cap the wire that is not being used (red or black, depending on voltage)

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Green White Black Orange

Lutron FDB or ECO dimming ballast

To additional dimming ballasts

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Dimmable Zone Controllers Note: Lamp wires not shown, but must be in place and correct for proper operation.

Lutron 0-10 Volt Ballast and Control Wiring

Do not connect more than 40 ballasts to a single controller.

Green White Black (120 V

Ground Neutral Switched Hot (blue)

)

Black/Red Orange (capped)

Distribution panel RadioTouch RTA-RX-F

120/277 V 16 A Max.

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1-800-523-9466 1-888-235-2910

CONFIGURACIONES REGLAGES SETTINGS PWR

STAT

ON

5

6 7

®

8

+

_

5

PS S ig

4 24 V

15 V

3

Cir Com

4

1 2

Occ. S ig

3

Occ. Com

2

PELV (Class 2: USA)

1

0-10 V

®

Refer to the Installers Guide for more detailed instructions. Consulte la Guía de Instaladores para información más detallada. Référer au Guide d’installation pour plus de renseignements détaillés.

PROG

Lutron 0-10 V dimming ballast

100 Hr/100% P/N 500-10633 © 2006 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

Ground Neutral Hot

60 Hz

LISTED 243C Ind. Cont. E q.

Coopersburg, PA 18036 USA

USA, Canada Mexico www.lutron.com

Fixture ground

Green White Black Gray Purple

Fixture ground

Red (277/347 V ) Cap the wire that is not being used (red or black, depending on voltage)

R

- Gray + Purple PELV (Class 2: USA) wiring

Green White Black Gray Purple

Lutron 0-10 V dimming ballast

To additional dimming ballasts

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Dimmable Zone Controllers: Load Interfaces Wiring in Bypass with a Load Interface

Danger! Locate and lock the supply breaker in the Off position, or remove the supply fuse before continuing.

Wiring in bypass is a temporary wiring scheme to test the interface wiring without a control. If there is a wiring problem or a short in the circuit, this will prevent damage to the RadioTouch controller. Make the appropriate wire connections for your ballast type using the wiring diagrams below.

Caution! The FDI-FTU-16A-120, FDI-ELV-1000, and FDI-INC-2000 operate on 120 V only.

Note: Lamp wires not shown but must be in place and correct for bypass testing.

Lutron Tu-Wire Dimming Ballast Interface (wired in bypass)

Warning! Proper short-circuit and overload protection must be provided at the distribution panel. You can use up to a 20 A maximum circuit breaker for your installation.

Ground Neutral Dimmed Hot

Distribution panel

Green White Black

Ground Neutral Hot (120 V

Fixture ground Tu-Wire dimming ballast

Fixture ground Green White

)

Controller junction box

4 x 4 in. (100 x 100 mm) junction box or 2-gang wallbox for mounting interface

Black

Tu-Wire dimming ballast

To additional dimming ballasts

Incandescent/Magnetic Low-Voltage Interface and Electronic Low-Voltage Interface (wired in bypass) Distribution panel

Green White Black

Ground Neutral Hot (120 V

Fixture ground Incandescent bulb or low-voltage transformer if MLV or ELV

Fixture ground Green White

)

Controller junction box

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Ground Neutral Dimmed Hot

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4 x 4 in. (100 x 100 mm) junction box or 2-gang wallbox for mounting interface

Black

Incandescent bulb or low-voltage transformer if MLV or ELV

To additional light fixtures

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Wiring an Interface Wiring the Controller with an Interface

Danger! Locate and lock the supply breaker in the Off position, or remove the supply fuse before continuing.

Turn Power Off. When using load interfaces, it may be necessary to adjust the preset light levels prior to use. (See Adjust Preset Levels on page 36 after completing wiring.)

Caution! The FDI-FTU-16A-120, FDI-ELV-1000, and FDI-INC-2000 operate on 120 V only.

Remove the bypass wiring connections previously made. Connect the input feed wires and the output load wires as indicated by the wiring diagrams below.

Ballast and Control Wiring Using the Tu-Wire Interface (FDI-FTU-16A-120)

Ground Neutral Hot (120 V

RadioTouch RTA-RX-F

120/277 V 16 A Max.

TM

STAT

Red (277/347 V ) (capped)

5

6 7

®

8

+

_

5

PS S ig

4 24 V

Occ. Com

3 15 V

4

1 2

Cir Com

3

Occ. S ig

2

Fixture ground

COOPERSBURG, PA

USA

UP

Dimmed hot output

Tu-Wire dimming ballast

FDI-FTU-16A120 Tu-Wire ballast interface

100 Hr/100%

PROG

ON

1

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Refer to the Installers Guide for more detailed instructions. Consulte la Guía de Instaladores para información más detallada. Référer au Guide d’installation pour plus de renseignements détaillés.

Neutral UP

P/N 500-10633 © 2006 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

1-800-523-9466 1-888-235-2910

CONFIGURACIONES REGLAGES SETTINGS PWR

)

60 Hz

LISTED 243C Ind. Cont. E q.

Coopersburg, PA 18036 USA

USA, Canada Mexico www.lutron.com

PELV (Class 2: USA)

Distribution panel

Ground Neutral Hot Orange (control input)

DO NOT WI RE LIVE !

Green White Black Black/Red

0-10 V

Fixture ground

Blue (capped)

Tu-Wire dimming ballast

To additional dimming ballasts

Ballast and Control Wiring Using the Incandescent/Magnetic Low-Voltage Interface (FDI-INC-2000) or Electronic Low-Voltage Interface (FDI-ELV-1000)

RadioTouch RTA-RX-F

120/277 V 16 A Max.

TM

1-800-523-9466 1-888-235-2910

CONFIGURACIONES REGLAGES SETTINGS PWR

STAT

ON

Red (277/347 V ) (capped)

5

®

8

_

6 7

+

5

Cir Com

4

PS S ig

3

24 V

4

1 2

15 V

)

3

Occ. S ig

2

Occ. Com

1

60 Hz

LISTED 243C Ind. Cont. E q.

Coopersburg, PA 18036 USA

USA, Canada Mexico www.lutron.com

PELV (Class 2: USA)

Ground Neutral Hot (120 V

0-10 V

®

Refer to the Installers Guide for more detailed instructions. Consulte la Guía de Instaladores para información más detallada. Référer au Guide d’installation pour plus de renseignements détaillés.

PROG

100 Hr/100% P/N 500-10633 © 2006 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

Blue (capped)

UP

UP

Neutral

Fixture ground

COOPERSBURG,P A USA

Distribution panel

Ground Neutral Hot Orange

DO NOTWI RELIVE !

Green White Black Black/Red

Dimmed hot output FDI-INC-2000 incandescent/ magnetic lowvoltage interface or FDI-ELV-1000 electronic lowvoltage interface

Incandescent bulb or low-voltage transformer if MLV or ELV

Fixture ground Incandescent bulb or low-voltage transformer if MLV or ELV

To additional light fixtures R

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Testing Functionality (All Zones) Turn the input power On after ensuring that it is safe to do so. Danger! Check that all loads on the circuit are safe to have power applied before turning the input power On. Once the wiring is tested, turn the input power back Off at the supply breaker.

Lights should go to full On. To test dimming circuits, press the program button on the controller. The lights should cycle from high to low end, settling at 50% light. (To test switching circuits, press the program button on the switchpack controller and the lights should cycle On and Off). Press the program button again to remove it from this mode.

Danger! Locate and lock the supply breaker in the Off position, or remove the supply fuse before continuing.

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Tabletop Transmitter (optional) Mount the Tabletop Transmitter If desired, the tabletop transmitter can be mounted to a wall or podium using the wall bracket provided. UP

Step A: Use the supplied screws and wall anchors to attach the bracket to the wall.

UP

Step B: Align the tabletop transmitter and snap onto the wall bracket. To remove, press the snaps on the sides of the wall bracket and pull.

Address the Tabletop Transmitter Each column of buttons on the tabletop transmitter must be addressed to the controller that you wish to control with that column.

Addressing Columns of Dimmable Lights Step A: Press and release the programming button on the controller. The lights will cycle up and down for 3 seconds and settle at 50% light output to notify you that you are in programming mode. If you are using an RTA-RX-SW the lights will cycle Off and On. The Status LED will be in fast blink mode.

Step B: While in programming mode press the top 2 buttons (top button for large-button models) in the column that you want to control the receiver and hold for 5 seconds. The controller will flash or cycle the lights Off and On when the transmitter is added. If no lights are being controlled by the receiver, you will not get visual feedback. Step C: Press the programming button again to exit programming mode. The lights will go to high end and the Status LED will return to slow blink mode. To test the tabletop transmitter for lights, press any button in the column added on the tabletop transmitter and verify that the lights respond. If no response return to step A and be sure to hold the buttons for 5 seconds while in step B. Step D: Repeat steps A through C for each column you need to address to a controller.

RadioTouch RTA-RX-F

120/277 V 16 A Max.

TM

STAT

PROG

100 Hr/100% P/N 500-10633 © 2006 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

CONFIGURACIONES REGLAGES SETTINGS PWR

®

Refer to the Installers Guide for more detailed instructions. Consulte la Guía de Instaladores para información más detallada. Référer au Guide d’installation pour plus de renseignements détaillés.

1-800-523-9466 1-888-235-2910

USA, Canada Mexico www.lutron.com

60 Hz

LISTED 243C Ind. Cont. E q.

Coopersburg, PA 18036 USA

ON

5

5

6 7

®

8

+

4

_

3

PS S ig

Occ. S ig

Occ. Com

1 2

24 V

4

15 V

3

Cir Com

2

PELV (Class 2: USA)

1

0-10 V

Press and hold for 5 seconds

ON

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Lights 3

8

Lights 2

Lights 1

Lights 3

Lights 2

Lights 1

Programming button Status LED

Refer to the RadioTouch Design Guide for Wireless Lighting Control (P/N 048-169) to see all available transmitter models.

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Tabletop Transmitter Addressing Columns of Non-Dim Lights Step A: Press and release the programming button on the switchpack controller. After the button is pressed the lights will turn Off and On to notify you that you are in programming mode, and then remain On. The Status LED will be in fast blink mode. Step B: While in programming mode press the top button in the column that you want the receiver to control and hold for 5 seconds. The controller will turn the lights Off and On when the transmitter is added.

response, return to step A and be sure to hold the button for 5 seconds while in step B. Step D: Repeat for each column you need to address to a controller.

Lights 3

Press and hold for 5 seconds

Lights 1

Lights 2

Lights 3

Step C: Press the programming button again to exit from programming mode. The lights will go Off and On and the Status LED will return to slow blink mode. To test the tabletop transmitter press the gray button in the column added on the tabletop transmitter and verify that the lights turn Off. If no

Addressing Columns of Switch Closures Step A: Press and release the programming button on the controller. After the button is pressed the lights will cycle up and down for 3 seconds to notify you that you are in programming mode, and settle at 50% light output. The Status LED will be in fast blink mode. If no lights are being controlled by this controller, you will not get visual feedback.

Lights 2

Lights 1

the switch closure column and the attached equipment should respond. If no response, repeat steps A and B and check the wiring to the attached equipment. Press and hold for 5 seconds

A/V 1

Step B: While in programming mode press the top button in the closure column and hold it for 5 seconds.

Shades

Lights

Projection

Step C: Press the programming button again to exit from programming mode. The lights will go to high end and the Status LED will return to slow blink mode. To test the tabletop, press a button in

Label the Tabletop Transmitter (optional) Remove the temporary factory-installed column labels. Select a column label from the provided label sheet which best describes the zone that is being controlled by the column of buttons. Place the supplied label in the label pocket above the column.

Shades

Lights

Projection

Note: Individual button labels have been provided but do not need to be placed on the tabletop transmitter unless additional clarification is required.

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Wallbox Transmitters Wire the Wallbox Transmitter Turn power Off. RadioTouch wallbox transmitters may replace any existing wall switch. The wallbox transmitters do not switch line voltage. They transmit RF signals to the controller, which dims the lighting, turns the zone On or Off, and sends signals to other equipment, such as Sivoia QED shades.

Distribution panel

Neutral

White

Hot 120/277 V

Black

Ground

Mount the Wallbox Transmitters Use the supplied screws to mount the wallbox transmitter. Install the Claro faceplate (sold separately). Turn the power On after wiring is complete.

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Wallbox Transmitters Address the Wallbox Transmitter Wallbox transmitters must be addressed to the controller(s) that they are intended to control. One controller can be controlled by up to 16 transmitters of any type for multi-location control applications. Step A: Press and release the programming button on the controller. After the button is pressed the lights will cycle up and down for 3 seconds to notify you that you are in programming mode, and settle at 50% light output. If you are using an RTA-RX-SW the lights will cycle Off and On. The Status LED will be in fast blink mode. If no lights are being controlled by this controller, you will not get visual feedback. Step B: 5-Button Wall Transmitter (RTA-WX-5B) While in programming mode, press the top 2 buttons on the wallbox transmitter that you want to control the controller and hold for 5 seconds. 2- and 3-Button Wall Transmitters While in programming mode, press the top button on the wallbox transmitter that you want to control the controller for and hold 5 seconds. 1-Button Wall Transmitter (RTA-WX-1B) While in programming mode, press the main button on the wallbox transmitter that you want to control the controller and hold for 5 seconds.

RadioTouch RTA-RX-F-SC

120/277 V 16 A Max.

TM

PROG

STAT

ON

CCO 3

CCO Com

CCO 2

_

0-10 V

®

CCO 5

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

8

CCO 1

6 7

CCO 4

5

+

4

PS S ig

15 V

Occ S ig

Occ. Com

3

OFF

Press and hold for 5 seconds

100 Hr/100%

5

24 V

4

1 2

Cir Com

3

PELV (Class 2: USA)

2

Press and hold for 5 seconds

®

ON

1

Step D: Repeat steps A to C for any other controllers that should be controlled by this wallbox transmitter.

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CONFIGURACIONES REGLAGES PWR SETTINGS

To test the wallbox transmitter for lights, press the gray button and the lights should go Off. Press any white button to turn the lights back On. For Sivoia QED shades, press any button and see that the shades move. For switch closure transmitters, press any button and listen for the clicking sound the relay makes as it cycles.If no response, return to step A and be sure to hold the buttons for 5 seconds while in step B.

Refer to the Installers Guide for more detailed instructions. Consulte la Guía de Instaladores para información más detallada. Référer au Guide d’installation pour plus de renseignements détaillés.

1-800-523-9466 1-888-235-2910

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Step C: Press the programming button again to exit from programming mode. The lights will go to high and the Status LED will return to slow blink mode. If you are using an RTA-RX-SW the lights will cycle Off and On.

60 Hz

LISTED 243C Ind. Cont. E q.

Coopersburg, PA 18036 USA

For all transmitters, the controller will flash or cycle the lights Off and On if the controller is connected to a lighting load. If no lights are being controlled by the receiver, you will not get visual feedback.

ON

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Press and hold for 5 seconds

Programming button Status LED

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Occupant Sensor Install the Occupant Sensor

Wire the Occupant Sensor

Occupant sensors are motion or infrared sensors that send a signal to the RadioTouch controller. For information on Lutron’s line of occupant sensors, visit www.lutron.com/occsensors.

Turn power Off to the controller before connecting occupant sensors. Controllers are compatible with standard 15 or 24 V occupant sensors; follow manufacturers’ instructions for installation and wire as shown Total current drawn for connected occupant sensors must not exceed 30 mA; use an auxiliary power supply for loads above 30 mA. Contact Lutron for details. Maximum wire length is 250 ft. (76 m) Use CIR COM when wiring occupant sensors to more than one controller

Caution! Observe all local and national electrical codes and safety standards.

• •

One Controller Wired to One Sensor

Radio adioTTouch R ouch RT A-RX-F-SC R adio F requency

120/277 V

TM

Wire either terminal 3 or 4 (15 V or 24 V ), not both; check occupant sensor manufacturer’s specifications (24 V shown here)

60 Hz

RTA-RX-F-SC 16 A Max.

TM

Controller

LISTED 243C ILISTED nd. Cont243C . E q. Ind. Cont. E q.

18036 USA CCoopersburg, oopersburgPA , PA 18036

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Refer to the Installers Guide for more STATUS NDICATOR OPE RATION detailed Iinstructions. ON - Burn-in Mode Consulte la Guía de Instaladores para Slow Blink -Normal Operation Mode información más detallada. Fast Blink Program Mode pour plus de Référer au-Guide d’installation Very Fast Blink - détaillés. Receiving RF Data renseignements

RECEIVER SWIT CH SETTI NGS 1. UP-Preset Lock DN.-Preset Adj. 1-800-523-9466 USA, Canada 2. UP-Occ. Sensor DN.-Emerg. Set. Mexico 1-888-235-2910 3. UP-FDB Mode DN.-ECO Mode www.lutron.com 4. UP-OFF DN.-Min. Light 5.CONFIGURACIONES UP-Auto ON DN.-Manual ON

Red (24 V

ON

5

Powered Status Program When L it Indicator Button

1 2 3 CCO 2

CCO 3

CCO 1

CCO 5

CCO 4

+

_

0-10 V Shade

Sw Closure 4

Sw Closure 5

Sw Closure 1

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Sivoia Cntrl 2

8

0-10 V

®

Occ. Sensor

Closure ComCCO Com

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

8

6 7

0-10 G ray

PS S ig

6 7

5

Sivoia Cntrl 1

15 V

24 V

5

24V

4

0-10 P urple

4

15V

Signal

Occ S ig

3

3

PS S ignal

1 2

Circuit Com Cir Com

1 2

Occ. Com Occ. Com

Terminal connections lass 2: 2. USA) are (CClass PELV

1 2 3 4 5

)

Burn-in Button

Shade Settings

Sw Closure 3

4

Sw Closure 2

Receiver 1 2 3 Settings

©P/N 2000-2002 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. Co., Inc. 500-10634 © 2006 Lutron Electronics

SHADE SWIT CH SETTI NGS REGLAGES 1. UP-A/C Shades DN.-Normal Oper. See Installers Guide for System PROG 100 Hr/100% PWR Instructions STAT SETTINGS Addressing and Programming

Switch Closures

Blue (signal) Black (common)

ON

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

2: Signal 1: OS Common

One or More Controllers Wired to One or More Sensors

120/277 V 60 Hz Radio Touch Radio Touch RTA-RX-F-SC 16 A Max. Radio F requency Controller RTA-RX-F-SC

120/277 V 60 Hz Radio ouch Radio TT ouch RTA-RX-F-SC 16 A Max. Radio F requency Controller RTA-RX-F-SC

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TM TM

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Coopersburg , PA 18036 Coopersburg, PA 18036 USA

Switch Closures

®

1 2 3

CCO 3

CCO 4

CCO 5 Closure Com CCO Com

+

_

Sw Closure 5

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Sw Closure 3

8

0-10 V 0-10 V Shade

Sw Closure 4

6 7

CCO 2

CCO 1

5

Sw Closure 2

4

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Sivoia Cntrl 2

3

4 5 6 7 8

Sivoia Cntrl 1

15VOcc S ig

Signal Occ. Com

1 2

3

®

Occ. Sensor

Red (24 V

100 Hr/100%

Burn-in Button

Shade Settings

5

1 2

Occ. Com

PROG

STAT

Powered Status Program When L it Indicator Button

24V 15 V

4

0-10 G ray

3

PS S ignal24 V

2

Cir Com 0-10 P urple

1

Circuit Com PS S ig

ON

1 2 3 4 5

© 2000-2002 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. P/N 500-10634 © 2006 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

Occ. Sensor

PWR

SETTINGS

Receiver Settings

Terminal connections are Class 2.

Sw Closure 4

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Sw Closure 3

8

0-10 V 0-10 V Shade ®

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Refer to the Installers GuideRA for more STATUS I NDICA TOR OPE TION RECEIVER SWIT CH SETTI NGS ON detailed - Burn-ininstructions. Mode 1. UP-Preset Lock DN.-Preset Adj. la Guía de Instaladores para Blink -Normal Operation Mode 1-800-523-9466 2. UP-Occ. Sensor DN.-Emerg. Set. SlowConsulte USA, Canada más detallada. Fastinformación Blink - Program Mode 3. UP-FDB DN.-ECO Mode MexicoMode 1-888-235-2910 au Guide d’installation pour plus de VeryRéférer Fast Blink - Receiving RF Data 4. UP-OFF www.lutron.com DN.-Min. Light renseignements détaillés. 5. UP-Auto ON DN.-Manual ON SHADE SWIT CH SETTI NGS CONFIGURACIONES 1. UP-A/C Shades DN.-Normal Oper. See Installers Guide for System REGLAGES Addressing and Programming Instructions

PELV (Class 2: USA)

CCO 2

CCO 3

Sw Closure 5 CCO 4 CCO 5 Closure Com CCO Com

_

6 7

Sw Closure 1

5

Sivoia Cntrl 2

4

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

+

4 5 6 7 8

Sivoia Cntrl 1

15VOcc S ig

3

3 24V 15 V

1 2 3

0-10 G ray

Signal Occ. Com

1 2

Occ. Com

100 Hr/100%

Burn-in Button

Shade Settings

5

Cir Com 0-10 P urple

4

1 2

PELV (Class 2: USA)

Terminal connections are Class 2.

PROG

STAT

Powered Status Program When L it Indicator Button

3

PS S ignal24 V

2

Circuit Com PS S ig

1

Sw Closure 2 CCO 1

ON

1 2 3 4 5

© 2000-2002 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. P/N 500-10634 © 2006 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

PWR

SETTINGS

Receiver Settings

LISTED 243C IndLISTED . Cont. 243C E q. Ind. Cont. E q.

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Sw Closure 1

LISTED 243C IndLISTED . Cont. E q. 243C Ind. Cont. E q.

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Switch Closures

Blue (signal) Black (common)

ON

)

To additional occupant sensors (maximum of 3)

ON

1

2

3

4

5

1

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

6: CIR COM 2: Signal 1: OS Common To additional RadioTouch controllers (maximum of 4 overall)

Wire either terminal 3 or 4 (15 V not both; check occupant sensor manufacturer’s specifications. 24 V shown wired here.

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Occupant Sensor One Controller Wired to Multiple Sensors with an Auxiliary Power Source 24 V plug-in transformer Common adio Touch RR adio Touch Radio F requency RTA-RX-F-SC

RTA-RX-F-SC 60 Hz

TM

120/277 V

TM

Controller 16 A Max. LISTED

243C

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Ind. Cont. E q. LISTED 243C Ind. Cont. E q.

Coopersburg, PA 18036 Coopersburg, PA 18036 USA NGS RECEIVER SWIT CH SETTI

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Blue (signal) Black (common)

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sensors shown here.

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Occupant Sensor Configure the Controller for Unoccupied Light Level The RadioTouch dimmable controllers can be configured to turn lights Off or go to the controller’s minimum light level when the room is unoccupied. This functionality is set with DIP switch 4 on the RadioTouch controller.

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CONFIGURACIONES REGLAGES SETTINGS PWR

STAT

5

5

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Occ. Com

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RTA-RX-F, RTA-RX-F-SC

RadioTouch RTA-RX-F

120/277 V 16 A Max.

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When the room is re-occupied and the occupant sensor detects motion, the lights will not change automatically and a RadioTouch transmitter must be used to turn lights On or raise them from a minimum level.

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CONFIGURACIONES REGLAGES SETTINGS PWR

STAT

100 Hr/100%

PROG

ON

5

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Cir Com

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DIP Switch 5 Up = Auto On mode Down = Manual On mode

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RadioTouch RTA-RX-SW

120/277 V 16 A Max.

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STAT

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Cir Com

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1 2

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Occ. Com

PELV (Class 2: USA)

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Auto On In this setting the light will go Off or to a minimum light level when the room is unoccupied and the occupant sensor has timed out.

60 Hz

LISTED 243C Ind. Cont. E q.

Coopersburg, PA 18036 USA

Manual On In this setting, the light will go Off or to a minimum light level when the room is unoccupied and the occupant sensor has timed out.

100 Hr/100%

PROG

ON

The RadioTouch controller can be configured to operate in Manual On or Automatic On mode. When DIP switch 5 (DIP switch 3 for RTA-RX-SW) is up, the controller is in Auto On mode. When this DIP switch is down, the controller is in Manual On mode.

When the room is re-occupied and the occupant sensor detects motion, the lights will go back On to their previous light level when the room was last occupied.

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P/N 500-10633 © 2006 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

USA, Canada Mexico www.lutron.com

60 Hz

LISTED 243C Ind. Cont. E q.

Refer to the Installers Guide for more detailed instructions. Consulte la Guía de Instaladores para información más detallada. Référer au Guide d’installation pour plus de renseignements détaillés.

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PROG

RESTAURAR REINITIALISER RESET P/N 500-10635 © 2006 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

Configure the Controller for Manual or Automatic On

120/277 V 16 A Max.

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Coopersburg, PA 18036 USA

PELV (Class 2: USA)

When the DIP switch is up, the unoccupied light level is set to lights Off. When the DIP switch is down, the unoccupied light level is set to the controller’s minimum light level. When the room is occupied again, the lights will return to their previous light level.

RadioTouch RTA-RX-F

DIP Switch 3 Up = Auto On mode Down = Manual On mode

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Daylight Sensor Install the Daylight Sensor Daylight sensors sense the light level in a space and send a signal to the RadioTouch controller. Turn power Off to the controller before connecting daylight sensors. Follow manufacturers’ instructions for installation and wire as shown. For information on Lutron’s line of daylight sensors, visit www.lutron.com. Caution! Observe all local and national electrical codes and safety standards.

60 Hz RTA-RX-F-SC

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Controller

LISTED 243C

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Closure Com

CCO 3

CCO 4

CCO 5

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Sw Closure 5

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Sw Closure 1

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24 V

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Signal

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Burn-in Button

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PS S ignal

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Black (common)

SHADE SWIT CH SETTI NGS 1. UP-A/C Shades DN.-Normal PROG 100 HrOper. /100%

ON

Receiver 1 2 3 Settings

Switch Closures

Yellow (signal) Red (24 V

Troubleshooting note: If a daylight sensor does not seem to be responding to changes in light, the RadioTouch controller for that zone may be in burn-in mode; if so, the controller status LED will be On continuously. Allow the lights to run for 100 hours at full intensity and then verify functionality. (The RadioTouch controller will automatically come out of burn-in mode after 100 hours.) If the daylight sensor still does not seem to be responding to changes in light, the RadioTouch controller may not be calibrated properly. Please follow the instructions below carefully to properly calibrate the controller for daylight sensing.

120/277 V 16 A Max.

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RECEIVER SWIT CH SETTI NGS 1.USA, UP-Preset Lock DN.-Preset Adj. 1-800-523-9466 Canada 2. UP-Occ. Sensor DN.-Emerg. Set. Mexico 1-888-235-2910 3.www.lutron.com UP-FDB Mode DN.-ECO Mode 4. UP-OFF DN.-Min. Light 5.CONFIGURACIONES UP-Auto ON DN.-Manual ON REGLAGES See Installers Guide for System STAT PWR SETTINGS Addressing and Programming Instructions

When wiring is complete, turn On power to the controller and test the sensor according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

Note: Each RadioTouch controller implementing daylighting must have its own daylight sensor, and can have only one daylight sensor.

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ON

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LUTRON

6: Circuit common 5: PS Signal 4: 24 V

Set the Daylight Sensor for the Space This step must be performed for the daylight sensor and RadioTouch controller to be calibrated properly. Make this adjustment when there is some available daylight, but not enough to achieve the desired light level alone, such as on an overcast day, in the early morning, or in the late afternoon of a sunny day. (See next page.) Note: Be sure the RadioTouch controller is not in burn-in or emergency mode. Adjust the daylight sensor with a wallbox or tabletop transmitter column of buttons that independently control the lighting zone with the daylight sensor. Step A: For a 5-button wallbox or tabletop transmitter, press and hold buttons 2 and 4 for 5 seconds. For a 2-button wallbox transmitter, press and hold the On and Off buttons for 5 seconds. After 5 seconds, the lights addressed to the transmitter being operated will flash and settle at high end.

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Press and hold for 5 seconds

ON

OFF

Step B: Use the raise and lower buttons to adjust the lights in the area controlled by the daylight sensor to the desired level. Step C: Press and hold the same 2 buttons from step A for 5 seconds to lock in the setting. The lights will flash, then return to the light level set in step B. Note: Preset light levels may be affected by the daylight sensor input. As ambient light increases/ decreases, the preset light levels will scale down accordingly (between the actual preset level and low end) to attempt to maintain the space’s luminosity (as set in step B).

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Daylight Sensor

Light Level in Room

Light Compensation Diagram

Desired light level Ballast low end 6:00 a.m.

6:00 p.m.

12:00 noon Best time to set the daylight sensor (when natural light level is below ballast low end)

Too much daylight to set daylight sensor

Light provided by ballasts

Best time to set the daylight sensor (when natural light level is below ballast low end)

Light provided naturally

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Switch Closure Output Devices Wire the Switch Closure Outputs to Other Equipment (RTA-RX-F-SC only)

A two-button wallbox transmitter or a two-button column on a tabletop transmitter will activate switch closures 2 and 4. A three-button wallbox transmitter or a three button column on a tabletop transmitter will activate switch closures 2, 4, and 3, in that order. (See diagrams below.) The switch closure outputs on the RadioTouch controller provide a momentary dry closure for 0.250 seconds to other equipment. The closure terminals are shown below.

120/277 V 16 A Max.

TM

PROG

STAT

100 Hr/100%

ON

5

CCO Com

CCO 2

CCO 3

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

8

CCO 4

6 7

CCO 5

5

CCO 1

15 V

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3

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PS S ig

4

24 V

3

Cir Com

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0-10 V

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CONFIGURACIONES REGLAGES PWR SETTINGS

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Refer to the Installers Guide for more detailed instructions. Consulte la Guía de Instaladores para información más detallada. Référer au Guide d’installation pour plus de renseignements détaillés.

1-800-523-9466 1-888-235-2910

USA, Canada Mexico www.lutron.com

60 Hz

LISTED 243C Ind. Cont. E q.

Coopersburg, PA 18036 USA

Occ. Com

Buttons in positions 1 to 5 on a wallbox transmitter or a column of 5 buttons on a tabletop transmitter correspond to switch closures 1 through 5 on the controller.

RadioTouch RTA-RX-F-SC

PELV (Class 2: USA)

The RadioTouch controller has the ability to provide 5 momentary dry output switch closures. These closures can be used to operate AC shades, motorized projection screens, or other equipment designed to accept momentary dry switch closures.

ON

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

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16

Switch closure Common Switch closure 5 Switch closure 4 Switch closure 3 Switch closure 2 Switch closure 1

To switch closure 2 To switch closure 3 To switch closure 1 To switch closure 2

A/V 2

A/V 1

To switch closure 3 To switch closure 4

To switch closure 1 To switch closure 2 To switch closure 3 To switch closure 4 To switch closure 5

A/V 1

Lights

A/V 2

Tabletop transmitter

To switch closure 4 UP

To switch closure 2

OPEN

DOWN

To switch closure 4

STOP

To switch closure 3

CLOSE

RTA-WX-C2LB

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Wallbox transmitters

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SivoiaTM QED Shades Wire Sivoia QED Controllable Window Shades to the RadioTouch Controller

Make sure that the supply breaker to the RadioTouch controller is Off. Connect control wires from terminals 12,13,14, and 16 on the RadioTouch controller to the Open, Close, Preset 1, and Common terminals on a Sivoia QED contact closure interface (SVQ-CCI-8). Connect the interface’s QED communication link output to the closest Sivoia QED shade (or QED distribution panel) in the group of shades being controlled as shown. See the Sivoia QED Installation Instructions for more details on setting up your shading system.

(RTA-RX-F-SC and RTA-RX-F-SC-347 only) Note: Use RTA-WX-Q3LB wallbox transmitter or any tabletop transmitter with a Q in the model number.

120 V distribution panel Sivoia QED shade

Sivoia QED shade SVQ-CBL-250

Comm link (shielded) Sivoia QED shade

SVQ-10-PNL

Common

RadioTouch RTA-RX-F-SC

120/277 V 16 A Max.

TM

Open

60 Hz

LISTED 243C Ind. Cont. E q.

Coopersburg, PA 18036 USA

CONFIGURACIONES REGLAGES PWR SETTINGS

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Refer to the Installers Guide for more detailed instructions. Consulte la Guía de Instaladores para información más detallada. Référer au Guide d’installation pour plus de renseignements détaillés.

1-800-523-9466 1-888-235-2910

USA, Canada Mexico www.lutron.com

PROG

STAT

100 Hr/100%

5

CCO 3

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9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 CCO 4

8

CCO Com

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4

CCO 1

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Occ S ig

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PS S ig

4

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Cir Com

2

PELV (Class 2: USA)

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ON

Preset

0-10 V

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Close

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RTA-TX-Q-B RadioTouch tabletop transmitter

RTA-RX-F-SC RadioTouch controller

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SVQ-CCI-8 Sivoia QED contact closure input

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SivoiaTM QED Shades Set the Sivoia QED Shade Presets Step A: Set option switch 6 on the SVQ-CCI-8 to the Off position (to enter preset adjust mode).

COMMON

Step B: Adjust the shades to the desired position. You can do this one of two ways:

INPUT

Preset 1 LED

COMMON

INPUT

1. Use a RadioTouch controller that is addressed to this shade zone. Push Open to raise the shades, then push Open again to stop them at the desired position. Use Close to lower the shades and then stop them.

COMMON

INPUT

Preset 1 manual override button

COMMON

2. Use the SVQ-CCI-8. Use the Raise and Lower manual override buttons (at inputs 7 and 8) to adjust the shades.

INPUT

COMMON

Step C: On the SVQ-CCI-8, press and hold the Preset 1 button (Input 2) for 5 seconds. The Preset 1 LED will flash and then turn on.

INPUT

COMMON

Step D: Set option switch 6 on the SVQ-CCI-8 back to the On position (to exit preset adjust mode).

INPUT COMMON

INPUT

Input 7: Raise

COMMON

INPUT

1

2

3

Input 8: Lower

4

Option switches

SVQ-CCI-8

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AC Motorized Devices Determine a Mounting Location for the Interface Mount the WC-2M-GC, WC-4M-GC on a dry, flat indoor surface such as an electrical closet wall. Mount unit in a location that is accessible to allow for system programming and setup. Unit may be mounted in any orientation. The unit’s relays will click audibly in normal use. Mount in a location where this is acceptable. The keyholes accept a maximum of 3/16 in. (5 mm) mounting bolt. #8 (M4) bolt recommended. Knockouts are 7/8 in. (22 mm) in diameter.

Line Voltage Wiring Danger! Locate and lock the supply breaker in the Off position or remove the supply fuse before working on any circuit. Connect line voltage and the AC motors to the group controller. Only connect one motor to each output. Never wire motors in parallel. The WC-2M-GC and WC-4M-GC accept 120 V 50/60 Hz.

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Strip 1/2 in. (13 mm) of insulation from all power feed and motor power wires. Run power to the motor supply jumper terminal. Connect the motor supply jumper terminal to the 120 V input voltage terminal using a piece of wire of the same gauge as the power feed wiring. Connect the motor power wires to the appropriate terminals indicated in the diagram below.

1 2 3 4 5

ON

ON

OPTIONS PR OGRAM

OPEN ALL

STATUS

PO WER

There is a dedicated earth/grounding block to land the ground connections for the power feed and each motor.

CLOSE ALL

OPEN 4

CLOSE 4

OPEN 3

CLOSE 3

OPEN 2

CLOSE 2

OPEN 1

CLOSE 1

AC Motor Controller

The recommended tightening torque is 9.0 in-lbs for line-voltage connections and 10 in-lbs for earth ground connections. Run all power feed and motor power wiring through the knockout holes on the sides of the unit. Note: Refer to the AC Motor controller Installation Guide for more detailed information.

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AC Motorized Devices Wire and Set Up AC Motorized Window Treatments and AC Motorized Projection Screens

Options for AC Motorized Control • Master group control of AC motorized window treatments (page 29) • Individual control of two or more AC motorized window treatments (page 30)

(RTA-RX-F-SC and RTA-RX-F-SC-347 only) A RadioTouch tabletop or wallbox transmitter operates one zone of AC motorized window treatments or AC motorized projection screens. Individual control of two or more AC motorized things will require a separate RTA-RX-F-SC controller for each AC motorized zone.

Step A: Connect AC motors and RadioTouch controller(s) to the AC motor controller(s) as shown. Step B: Make sure appropriate transmitters are added to the controller. Step C: Configure the motor direction (page 31).

Make sure that the supply breaker to the RadioTouch controller is off. Connect control wires from terminals on the RadioTouch controller to the terminals on the WC-2M-GC or WC-4M-GC AC motor controller.

AC Motorized Window Treatment OR AC Motorized Projection Screen System Overview AC motorized window treatments OR AC motorized projection screens Tabletop transmitter AC window treatments Shades

Lights

power wiring

Open Projection

120 V motor feed wiring 120 V

Tabletop transmitter AC projection screens Lights 2

Lights 1

Stop

Up Down

Close WC-4M-GC or WC-2M-GC Wallbox transmitter RTA-WX-C2LB AC projection screens

RTA-RX-F-SC controller RadioT ouc h R adioTouch Radio Frequency Controller RT A-RX-F-SC

Powered When Lit

5

PROG

Status Indicator

1 2 3

1 2 3 4

5

1

3

CCO 2

CCO 3

CCO 4

CCO 5

CCO 1

Shade

5

6 7 8 CLASS 2 LOW VOL

Closure Com

Switch Closures

Status Program

4

CCO Com

_ 0-10 Gray

0-10 V

Sivoia Cntrl 2

0-10 Purple

0-10 V

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Sw Closure 5

PS S ig

Power

2

8

Sivoia Cntrl 1

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Occ. Sensor

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

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7

Sw Closure 4

15 V

24 V

Cir Com

24V

15V

Signal

6

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5

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5

4

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Te rminal connections PELV lass are (C Class 2. 2: USA)

1 2

DOWN

OPEN

STOP

CLOSE

Burn-In

9 10 11 TAGE WIRING

PELV (Class 2: USA) wiring

12

Open Stop Close

Burn-in Button

Shade Settings

1 2 3 4 5

1 2

UP

100 Hr/100%

Program Button

Sw Closure 3

4

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Receiver Settings 1 2 3

Up Down

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Wallbox transmitter RTA-WX-C3LB AC window treatments

13

14

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Wiring for AC motorized window treatments

Wiring for AC motorized projection screens

12 13 16

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AC Motorized Devices Wire Using Lutron AC Motor Controller for Master Control of AC Motorized Window Treatments or AC Motorized Projection Screens

Note: A RadioTouch tabletop or wallbox transmitter operates one zone of AC motorized window treatments or projection screens. Individual control of two or more AC motorized window treatments or projection screens will require a separate RTA-RX-F-SC controller for each zone.

AC motorized window treatments OR AC Motorized projection screens

RadioTouch RadioT ouc h RTA-RX-F-SC Radio Frequency Controller

120/277 V

60 Hz

R16TA-RX-F-SC A Max.

TM

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LISTED 243C LISTED 243C Ind. Cont. Eq. Ind. Cont. E q.

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RECEIVER SWITCH SETTINGS 1. UP-Preset Lock DN.-Preset Adj. 1-800-523-9466 Canada 2. USA, UP-Occ. Sensor DN.-Emerg. Set. 1-888-235-2910 3. Mexico UP-FDB Mode DN.-ECO Mode 4.www.lutron.com UP-OFF DN.-Min. Light 5. CONFIGURACIONES UP-Auto ON DN.-Manual ON

SHADE SWITCH SETTINGS 1. UP-A/C Shades DN.-Normal Oper

SeeREGLAGES Installers Guide for System Addressing and Programming InstructionsSTAT PWR SETTINGS

PROG

4

Status Indicator

Program Button

1 2 3

SW Live 4A

Neutral

SW Live 4B SW Live 4A

AC Motor Gr oup Contr

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MUX

Neutral

MUX

SW Live 3A

SW Live 3B SW Live 3A Neutral

Neutral

+V

WC-4M-GC

ON

SW Live 3B

COM

4 MOT O R GROUP CONTROLLER 110-127 V~ 60 Hz 20 A Max. Input Current

SW Live 2B

Single Phase, Bi-directional Motor 5 A, 1/4 HP per Channel at 120 V~

SW Live 2A

SW Live 2A

TYPES DE CHARGES

Neutral

SW Live 1A

1 2 3 4

Power

5

Shade

CCO Com

CCO 2

CCO 3

CCO 4

Closure Com

Sw Closure 5

Sw Closure 4

Sw Closure 3

Sw Closure 1

Sivoia Cntrl 2

0-10 V

0-10 V

CCO 5

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CCO 1

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0-10 Gray

PS S ig

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15 V

24 V

Cir Com

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6

Circuit Com

Occ S ig

5

5

PS Signal

24V

Occ. Com

15V

Signal

Occ. Com

4

4

Switch Closures

Status Program

Burn-In

1

OPTIONS

2

3

4

5

6 7 8 CLASS 2 LOW VOL

9 10 11 TAGE WIRING

12

13

14

15

16

STATUS PO WER

LOAD TYPES SW Live 2B

SW Live 1B

3

3

ON 1 2 3 4 5

SW Live 4B

1 2

1 2

500-9574 Rev . B

WC-4M-GC or WC-2M-GC AC motor controller

Terminal connections are Class 2. PELV (Class 2: USA)

1 2 3 4 5

Connect closure 4/ Stop to terminal 14 for AC shades only

Burn-in Button

Shade Settings

Sw Closure 2

3

Powered 5 When Lit

.

100 Hr/100%

ON

Receiver 1 2 Settings

©P/N 2000-2002 Lutron©Electronics Co., Electronics Inc. 500-10634 2006 Lutron Co., Inc.

(WC-4M-GC or WC-2M-GC)

COM

OPEN ALL

Open Stop

Phase Simple, Moteur Bidirectionel 5 A, 1/4 HP par Canal a 120 V~

CLOSE ALL

Close COM

Neutral

OPEN 4

Open4 SW Live 1B

Listed 243C Ind. Cont. Eq.

¨

Stop4

CLOSE 4

Close4

SW Live 1A

COM

OPEN 3

Open3 Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

Neutral

120V

120 V

Stop3

Questions? Call Lutron Technical Support 1-800-523-9466 (24 hrs/7 days)

CLOSE 3

Close3 COM

OPEN 2

Open2 Stop2

CLOSE 2

Close2 240V

Motor Suppl y

110-127 V~

Motor Supply Jumper

USA: Class 2

COM

OPEN 1

Open1 CLOSE 1

Stop1 Close1

Earth/Ground block

Motor 1 feed wiring

NOTE Connect to terminal 13 (closure 3/ Close) for window treatments; Connect to terminal 14 (closure 4/ Down) for projection screens

Neutral

SW Live 1B

SW Live 1A

Neutral

Neutral

Power feed wiring

120V

SW Live 1B SW Live 1A Neutral Neutral 120 V input

To other WC-4M-GC or WC-2M-GC controllers (if applicable)

240V

Motor supply

ON

ON

Wiring detail

1 2 3 4 5

Motor Suppl y

OPTIONS STATUS

PO WER

OPEN ALL

CLOSE ALL

OPEN 4

Wiring detail

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To To To To

16 12 14 13

(closure Common) (closure 2) OPEN/UP (closure 4) STOP-AC shades only (closure 3) CLOSE PELV OR (Class 2: To 14 (closure 4) DOWN USA) (see NOTE above) wiring

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AC Motorized Devices Wire for Individual Control of AC Motorized Window Treatments or AC Motorized Projection Screens

Note: Motor lead wire colors may vary depending on the motor manufacturer and voltage. Refer to the motor manufacturer’s instructions for more detailed wiring information.

Controller B

Radio adio Touch R Touch Radio F requency RT A-RX-F-SC

LISTED 243C Ind. Cont. E q. LISTED 243C Ind. Cont. E q.

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Sw Closure 5CCO Com

CCO 2

Sw Closure 4 CCO 5

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CCO 1

8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

0-10 V

Closure Com

6 7

0-10 V Shade

Occ. Sensor

Sw Closure 3 CCO 4

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Sivoia Cntrl 2

5

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

8

Sivoia Cntrl 1

PS S ig

4

6 7

0-10 G ray

15 V

24 V

3

5

0-10 P urple

4

Cir Com

1 2

Burn-in Button

Shade Settings

1 2 3

3

Circuit Com

Occ S ig

1 2

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Powered Status Program When L it Indicator Button

5

1 2 3 4 5

Switch Closures

© 2000-2002 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

Switch Closures

ON

Receiver Settings 1 2 3 4

24V

CCO 2

120/277 V

Controller 16 A Max.

Coopersburg, PA 18036

Coopersburg, PA 18036 USA STATUS I NDICATOR RATION RECEIVER SWIT CH SETTI NGS Refer to the Installers GuideOPE for more ON - Burn-in Mode 1. UP-Preset Lock DN.-Preset Adj. detailed instructions. la Guía de Instaladores paraMode Slow Blink -Normal Operation 2. UP-Occ. Sensor 1-800-523-9466 DN.-Emerg. Set. Consulte USA, Canada detallada.Mode Fast Blinkmás - Program 3. UP-FDB Mode 1-888-235-2910 DN.-ECO Mode información Mexico Guide d’installation pour de Very au Fast Blink - Receiving RFplus Data 4. UP-OFF DN.-Min. Light Référer www.lutron.com détaillés. 5. UP-Auto ON DN.-Manual ON renseignements SHADE SWIT CH SETTI NGS CONFIGURACIONES 1. UP-A/C Shades DN.-Normal Oper See Installers Guide for System REGLAGES Addressing and Programming Instructions PROG 100 Hr/100% PWR STAT SETTINGS

15V

Sw Closure 3

Sw Closure 1

Sivoia Cntrl 1

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9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Sivoia Cntrl 2

8

0-10 V

0-10 V Shade

Occ. Sensor

CCO 3

PS S ig

6 7

0-10 G ray

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0-10 P urple

5

CCO 4 Sw Closure 4 CCO 5 Sw Closure 5 CCO Com Closure Com

15 V

24 V

Cir Com

4

24V

15V

3

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

8

+

6 7

CCO 1

5

Circuit Com

Signal Occ S ig

1 2

4

PS S ignal

Occ. ComOcc. Com

Terminal connections are (C Class lass 2: 2. USA) PELV

Burn-in Button

Shade Settings

1 2 3

3

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Powered Status Program When L it Indicator Button

5

1 2

Sw Closure 2

4

1 2 3 4 5

© 2000-2002 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

ON

Receiver Settings 1 2 3

RTA-RX-F-SC 60 Hz

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Sw Closure 2 CCO 3

LISTED 243C Ind. Cont. E q. LISTED 243C Ind. Cont. E q.

Sw Closure 1

RTA-RX-F-SC 60 Hz

120/277 V 16 A Max.

Signal

Controller

PS S ignal

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Coopersburg, PA 18036 USA STATUS NDICATOR OPE RATION RECEIVER SWIT CH SETTI NGS Refer to the IInstallers Guide for more ON - Burn-in Mode 1. UP-Preset Lock DN.-Preset Adj. detailed instructions. la Guía de Instaladores para Slow Blink -Normal Operation Mode 2. UP-Occ. Sensor 1-800-523-9466 DN.-Emerg. Set. Consulte USA, Canada detallada. Fast Blink más - Program Mode 3. UP-FDB Mode DN.-ECO Mode información Mexico 1-888-235-2910 Référer au Guide Very Fast Blinkd’installation - Receivingpour RF plus Datade 4. UP-OFF DN.-Min. Light www.lutron.com détaillés. 5. UP-Auto ON DN.-Manual ON renseignements SHADE SWIT CH SETTI NGS CONFIGURACIONES 1. UP-A/C Shades DN.-Normal Oper. See Installers Guide for System REGLAGES Addressing and Programming Instructions PROG 100 Hr/100% PWR STAT SETTINGS

Occ. ComOcc. Com

R adio Touch Radio Touch Radio F requency RT A-RX-F-SC

Controller A

Terminal connections PELV Class lass 2: 2. USA) are (C

AC motorized window treatments OR AC motorized projection screens

WC-4M-GC or WC-2M-GC AC motor controller SW Live 4A

Neutral

Neutral

SW Live 3B

SW Live 3B

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SW Live 3A Neutral

Neutral

COM

4 MOTOR GROUP CONTROLLER 110-127 V~ 60 Hz 20 A Max. Input Current

SW Live 2B

Single Phase, Bi-directional Motor 5 A, 1/4 HP per Channel at 120 V~

SW Live 2A

TYPES DE CHARGES

Neutral

SW Live 1A

Power Status Program

1 2 3 4 5

Burn-In

1

OPTIONS

2

3

4

5

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 CLASS 2 LOW VOLTAGE WIRING

13

14

15 16

1

2

3

4

5

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 CLASS 2 LOW VOLTAGE WIRING

13

STATUS POWER

LOAD TYPES

SW Live 2B SW Live 2A

SW Live 1B

ON

+V

WC -4M-GC

Burn-In

ON

MUX MUX

SW Live 3A

Power Status Program

1 2 3 4 5

500-9574 Rev. B

SW Live 4B

SW Live 4A

1 2 3 4 5

SW Live 4B

COM

OPEN ALL

Open Stop

Phase Simple, Moteur Bidirectionel 5 A, 1/4 HP par Canal a 120 V~

CLOSE ALL

Close COM

Neutral

OPEN 4

Open4 SW Live 1B

Listed 243C Ind. Cont. Eq.

Stop4

¨

CLOSE 4

Close4

SW Live 1A

COM

OPEN 3

Open3 Neutral

Neutral

Stop3

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Neutral

120V

120 V

CLOSE 3

Close3 COM

OPEN 2

Open2 Stop2

CLOSE 2

Close2 240V

Motor Supply

Motor Supply Jumper

110-127 V~

COM

USA: Class 2

OPEN 1

Open1 CLOSE 1

Stop1 Close1

STATUS POWER

Earth/Ground block

L

L

Neutral

Motor 1 feed wiring

SW Live 1B SW Live 1A

Neutral

Neutral

Power feed wiring

120V

SW Live 1B SW Live 1A Neutral Neutral 120 V input

NOTE Connect to terminal 13 (closure 3/ Close) for window treatments; Connect to terminal 14 (closure 4/ Down) for projection screens; Connect to terminal 14 (closure 4/ Stop) for AC shades

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240V

Motor Supply

Motor supply

Wiring detail

Controller B

Controller A

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PELV (Class 2: USA) wiring

Identical wiring to additional RTA-RX-F-SC controllers

To 16 (closure Common) To 12 (closure 2) OPEN/UP To 14 (closure 4) STOP-AC shades only See NOTE above To 16 (closure Common) To 12 (closure 2) OPEN/UP To 14 (closure 4) STOP-AC shades only See NOTE above

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AC Motorized Devices Configure the Motor Direction for Open/Close or Up/Down For each channel of the unit, the motor’s direction of rotation needs to be configured for the Open/Close or Up/Down functions so that the AC motor will move in the proper direction. This is accomplished using option switches 1 through 4. This step needs to be performed whether each channel is controlled individually or all channels are controlled together.

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Set option switch 5 to Off

1 2 3 4 5

ON

1.Restore power to unit. Once the appropriate line voltage and motor connections have been made to the unit, replace the cover on the line voltage wiring compartment. Remove the cover from the PELV (Class 2: USA) wiring compartment. Turn power back On. 2.Determine AC motor position. Determine whether the AC motor that is controlled by channel 1 is open or closed (up or down). If it is open (up), press the Close 1 manual override button. If it is closed (down), press the Open 1 manual override button. If the AC motor moves to the desired position, the channel is configured properly; proceed to step 4. If the AC motor does not move to the desired position, proceed to step 3. 3.Verify motor movement. If the AC motor did not move to the desired position in step 2, slide option switch 1 to the opposite position. Press the same button again that was pressed in step 2 (Open or Close). If the AC motor moves to the desired position, channel 1 is now configured properly. 4.Repeat for remaining motors. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for the rest of the channels that are connected to AC motors. Option switch 2 configures channel 2; option switches 3 and 4 (WC-4M-GC only) configure channels 3 and 4. 5.Configure contact closure input type. Make sure option switch 5 is in the Off (Down) position.

ON

OPTIONS PR OGRAM

OPEN ALL

CLOSE ALL

OPEN 4

STATUS

PO WER

Change a channel’s direction by switching its corresponding option switch

CLOSE 4

OPEN 3

CLOSE 3

OPEN 2

CLOSE 2

OPEN 1

Operate a channel using the Open and Close buttons for that channel

CLOSE 1

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GRAFIK Eye Interface Wire the RadioTouch Controller for use with a GRAFIK Eye® System (RTA-RX-F-SC only) The RadioTouch lighting system can be used to control a GRAFIK Eye system using either the GRX-AV or the OMX-AV contact closure interface, in conjunction with the RadioTouch switch closure controller (RTA-RX-F-SC) and the appropriate RadioTouch tabletop transmitter. This application provides radio frequency remote control of a GRAFIK Eye system rather than infrared control from the GRAFIK Eye system itself.

The RadioTouch tabletop transmitter is available in different configurations. The tabletop transmitter shown below is an example of a 4-Scene plus Off transmitter (model# RTA-TX-C5). Tabletop transmitters that provide 8 scenes plus Off and 12 scenes plus Off are also available. Refer to the RadioTouch Design Guide for Wireless Lighting Control (P/N 048-169) to see all available transmitter models. Contact Lutron Customer Service if a different model is required. Note: See GRAFIK Eye Interface instructions for proper interface setup and configuration.

A single RadioTouch tabletop transmitter can be used to activate up to 12 scenes in a GRAFIK Eye system via momentary dry contact closures on both the GRAFIK Eye system interface and the RadioTouch controller. The switch closure outputs from the RTA-RXF-SC wire directly to a GRX-AV or OMX-AV to activate four scenes and Off on the GRAFIK Eye control unit or GRAFIK Eye system control processor. Multiple interfaces and controllers can be used to access up to 12 scenes and Off from a single tabletop transmitter. The RadioTouch tabletop transmitter must be within 35 feet of the RTA-RX-F-SC.

Closure Closure Closure Closure Closure

A/V 1

1 2 3 4 5

RTA-TX-C5-WH

RadioTouch RTA-RX-F-SC

120/277 V 16 A Max.

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INTERFACE CONTROL SELV(CLASS 2:USA) 3/8" (10mm)

1 1 1 1

0 0 1 1

DIP SWIT CH SETTI NGS (5-8)

4Q CONTROL 7 OFF 8 OFF 4PS CONTROL 7 OFF 8 ON

SPECIAL CONTROL 7 OFF 8 ON

5 ON 5 OFF 5 ON 5 OFF

6 ON 6 ON 6 OFF 6 OFF

SCENES 1-4, MOMENTARY OUTPUTS SCENES 5-8, MOMENTARY OUTPUTS SCENES 9-12, MOMENTARY OUTPUTS SCENES 13-16, MOMENTARY OUTPUTS SEQUENCE 1-4, MAINTAIN INPUTS SEQUENCE 1-4, MOMENTARY INPUTS SEQUENCE 5-16, MAINTAIN INPUTS SEQUENCE 5-16, MOMENTARY INPUTS PARTITION STATUS, MOMENTARY INPUTS PARTITION STATUS, MAINTAINED INPUTS OCCUPANCY SENSOR - SCENE 1 & OFF OCCUPANCY SENSOR - OFF ONLY

5 ON 5 OFF 5 ON 5 OFF 5 OFF 5 ON 6 OFF 6 ON 5 ON 5 OFF 5 ON 5 OFF

6 ON 6 ON 6 OFF 6 OFF 6 ON 6 ON 6 OFF 6 OFF 6 ON 6 ON 6 OFF 6 OFF

1

ADDRESS

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

2

3

4

100 Hr/100%

5

1 2

3

4

5

6 7

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

8

11

12

13

14

15

16

0-10 V

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CONFIG.

ON

SELV (CLASS 2:USA)

PROG

STAT

ON

15 V

7 ON 8 OFF

CONFIGURACIONES REGLAGES PWR SETTINGS

DIP SETTI NG

SCENES 1-4, MAINTAIN OUTPUTS SCENES 5-8, MAINTAIN OUTPUTS SCENES 9-12, MAINTAIN OUTPUTS SCENES 13-16, MAINTAIN OUTPUTS

Occ S ig

4S CONTROL

Occ. Com

CONFIGURATION

7 ON 8 ON

PELV (Class 2: USA)

TYPE 4S CONTROL

®

Refer to the Installers Guide for more detailed instructions. Consulte la Guía de Instaladores para información más detallada. Référer au Guide d’installation pour plus de renseignements détaillés.

1-800-523-9466 1-888-235-2910

USA, Canada Mexico www.lutron.com

60 Hz

LISTED 243C Ind. Cont. E q.

Coopersburg, PA 18036 USA

0 13 1 14 0 15 1 16

CCO 3

1 1 1 1

0 9 1 10 0 11 1 12

CCO 2

3 ADDRESS 4

0 0 1 1

CCO 5

2

0 0 0 0

CCO 4

3 ADDRESS 4 1

1 1 1 1

0 5 1 6 0 7 1 8

CCO Com

2

0 0 1 1

0 0 0 0

+

1 3 ADDRESS 4

1 1 1 1

0 1 1 2 0 3 1 4

_

2

0 0 1 1

CCO 1

3 ADDRESS 4 1

0 0 0 0

PS S ig

2

0 0 0 0

24 V

1

Cir Com

DIP SWIT CH SETTI NGS (1-4)0 = ON; 1 = OFF

P/N 500-10634 © 2006 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

GRX-AV

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R

COOPERSBURG, PA 18036

TYPE

OFF

ON

1

1

1

2

3

MUX LINK

GRAFIK Eye lowvoltage link

32

2

3

4

4

5

6

7

C

2

3

4

1

8

1

2

3

INPUTS

4

5 1

2

3

4

5

5

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

C

OUTPUTS

Input Input Input Input Input Input

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1 Switch closure 2 Switch closure 3 Switch closure 4 Switch closure 5 Switch closure COM Switch closure ELV (Class 2: USA) wiring

1 2 3 4 5 Common

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Advanced Programming Delete a Wallbox Transmitter The wallbox transmitters may be deleted from the controller(s) that they are controlling.

RTA-WX-5B Step A: Press and release the programming button on the controller. After the button is pressed the lights will cycle up and down for 3 seconds to notify you that you are in programming mode, and settle at 50% light output. If you are using an RTA-RX-SW the lights will cycle Off and On. The Status LED will be in fast blink mode. Step B: RTA-WX-5B While in programming mode, press the first and fifth buttons on the wallbox transmitter and hold them for 5 seconds. When the controller has deleted the wall transmitter, the lights will flash or cycle Off and On. RTA-WX-2B, RTA-WX-2BSW While in programming mode, press the gray Off button on the wallbox transmitter and hold it for 5 seconds. When the controller has deleted the wall transmitter, the lights will flash or cycle Off and On. If no lights are being controlled by the receiver, you will not get visual feedback.

Step C: Press the programming button again to exit from programming mode. The lights will go to high end or turn On, and the Status LED will return to slow blink mode. RTA-WX-5B To test that the wallbox transmitter has been deleted, press the fifth button and nothing should occur. RTA-WX-2B, RTA-WX-2BSW To test that the wallbox transmitter has been deleted, press the gray button and nothing should occur. RTA-WX-1B To test that the wallbox transmitter has been deleted, press the main button and nothing should occur. RTA-WX-C2LB, RTA-WX-C3LB, RTA-WX-Q3LB To test that the wallbox transmitter has been deleted, press any button and nothing should occur.

RTA-WX-C2LB, RTA-WX-C3LB, RTA-WX-Q3LB While in programming mode, press and hold the top two buttons for 5 seconds. When the controller has deleted the wall transmitter, the lights will flash or cycle Off and On. If no lights are being controlled by the receiver, you will not get visual feedback.

Press and hold for 5 seconds

RTA-WX-1B While in programming mode, press the main and lower buttons on the wallbox transmitter and hold them for 5 seconds. When the controller has deleted the wall transmitter, the lights will flash or cycle Off and On.

RTA-WX-1B

Press and hold for 5 seconds RadioTouch RTA-RX-F-SC

120/277 V 16 A Max.

TM

LISTED 243C Ind. Cont. E q.

Coopersburg, PA 18036 USA

CONFIGURACIONES REGLAGES PWR SETTINGS

®

PROG

STAT

100 Hr/100%

CCO 3

CCO 2

_

CCO 4

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

8

CCO 5

6 7

CCO Com

5

+

4

CCO 1

Occ S ig

Occ. Com

PELV (Class 2: USA)

3

PS S ig

5

15 V

4

1 2

24 V

3

Cir Com

2

P/N 500-10634 © 2006 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

ON

1

0-10 V

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Press and hold for 5 seconds

Refer to the Installers Guide for more detailed instructions. Consulte la Guía de Instaladores para información más detallada. Référer au Guide d’installation pour plus de renseignements détaillés.

1-800-523-9466 1-888-235-2910

USA, Canada Mexico www.lutron.com

60 Hz

ON

UP

OFF

DOWN

ON

1

2

3

4

5

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

Programming button RTA-WX-5B

Status LED R

RTA-WX-2B

RTA-WX-C2LB

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Advanced Programming Delete a Tabletop Transmitter Each column of buttons on the tabletop transmitter must be deleted separately from the controller that you no longer wish to control.

Non-dim lights: Press and hold for 5 seconds Lights 3

Lights 2

Lights 1

Lights 3

Lights 2

Lights 1

Columns of Dimmable Lights Step A: Press and release the programming button on the controller. After the button is pressed the lights will cycle up and down for 3 seconds to notify you that you are in programming mode, and settle at 50% light output. If you are using an RTA-RX-SW the lights will cycle Off and On. The Status LED will be in fast blink mode. Step B: While in programming mode, press buttons 1 and 5 (bottom button for large-button models) in the column that you want to delete from the controller and hold for 5 seconds. The controller will flash the lights when the transmitter is deleted. If no lights are being controlled by the controller, you will not get visual feedback. Step C: Press the programming button again to exit from programming mode. The lights will go to high end or turn On, and the Status LED will return to slow blink mode. To test the Tabletop Transmitter press any button on the transmitter in the column that has been deleted and verify that the lights do not respond. Step D: Repeat for each column you need to delete from a controller.

Lights 2

Lights 1

Lights 1

Lights 2

Lights 3

Step A: Press and release the programming button on the switchpack controller. After the button is pressed the lights will turn Off and On to notify you that you are in programming mode, and then remain On. The Status LED will be in fast blink mode. Step B: While in programming mode press the gray button in the non-dim column that you want to delete from the controller and hold for 5 seconds. The controller will turn the lights Off and On when the transmitter is deleted. Step C: Press the programming button again to exit from programming mode. The lights will go Off and On and the Status LED will return to slow blink mode. To test the tabletop transmitter, press any button on the transmitter in the column that has been deleted and verify that the non-dim lights do not respond. Step D: Repeat for each column you need to delete from a controller.

Columns of Switch Closures Step A: Press and release the programming button on the controller. After the button is pressed the lights will cycle up and down for 3 seconds to notify you that you are in programming mode, and settle at 50% light output. The Status LED will be in fast blink mode. If no lights are being controlled by this controller, you will not get visual feedback.

Dimmable lights: Press and hold for 5 seconds

Lights 3

Columns of Non-Dim Lights

Step B: While in programming mode press the top two buttons in the contact closure column that you want to delete from the controller and hold for 5 seconds. The controller will flash the lights when the transmitter is deleted. If no lights are being controlled by the controller, you will not get visual feedback.

Lights n

Projectio

Shades

Switch closures: Press and hold for 5 seconds n

Projectio

Lights 2

Lights 1

Step C: Press the programming button again to exit from programming mode. The lights will go to high end, and the Status LED will return to slow blink mode. To test the tabletop transmitter, press a button in the closure column and the attached equipment should not respond. Step D: Repeat for each column you need to delete from a controller.

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Advanced Programming Delete all Transmitters from a Controller All transmitters may be deleted from a controller that they were intended to control. To delete all transmitters from a controller, you must use either a tabletop transmitter with a column of lights or an RTA-WX-5B. Step A: Press and release the programming button on the controller. After the button is pressed the lights will cycle up and down for 3 seconds to notify you that you are in programming mode, and settle at 50% light output. If you are using an RTA-RX-SW the lights will cycle Off and On. The Status LED will be in fast blink mode.

Press and hold for 5 seconds

Step B: While in programming mode, press buttons 4 and 5 on either control and hold them for 5 seconds. When the controller has deleted all the transmitters the lights will flash.

Shades

Lights 1

1

Step C: Press the programming button again to exit from programming mode. The lights will go to high end or turn On, and the Status LED will return to slow blink mode. To test that all transmitters have been deleted, press any button on any control in the system and there should be no response.

Set the High-End Light Level on a Controller The high end light level of the controller can be adjusted to a new desired level using the RTA-WX5B or any Tabletop Transmitter with a column of lights that is addressed to the controller. Step A: Press and release the programming button on the controller. After the button is pressed the lights will cycle up and down for 3 seconds to notify you that you are in programming mode, and settle at 50% light output. The Status LED will be in fast blink mode. Step B: While in programming mode press the 1st and raise buttons on the transmitter column you wish to adjust and hold them for 5 seconds. When the controller has entered high end trim mode, the lights will flash and settle at the high end.

Step D: Press the programming button again to exit from programming mode. The lights will go to high end and the Status LED will return to slow blink mode. Note: To adjust the low end light level of the controller contact Lutron Technical Support. Press and hold for 5 seconds

Lights 3 Lights 3

Lights 2

Lights 2

Lights 1

Lights 1

Step C: Use the raise/lower buttons in the column you are adjusting to put the lights at the new high end light level.

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Advanced Programming Adjust Preset Levels The preset light or shade levels for each controller can be adjusted to meet the needs of the space. When the preset levels of a controller are adjusted, all preset transmitters that are addressed to the controller will activate the new levels. On a switching unit (RTA-RX-SW, RTA-RX-SW-347), the presets are restricted to On and Off. There are two methods to adjust the preset levels: Remote, using either the RTA-WX-5B or a tabletop transmitter; or using DIP switch 1 on the RadioTouch controller. Note: The controller will not react to preset button presses from a transmitter while the controller’s DIP switch 1 is in the down position, or while the controller is in preset adjust mode. Preset light levels may be affected by daylight sensor input. As ambient light increases or decreases the preset light levels will scale accordingly. Step A: Remote Method Press and hold the top and lower buttons for 5 seconds. The lights will flash to notify you that you are in Preset Adjust Mode, and settle at 100% light level. If no lights are being controlled by this controller, you will not get visual feedback.

Step B: Using the raise/lower buttons on the wall control or in the column controlling the controller that you are adjusting, set the lights at the new preset level. Step C: Press and hold the button that you would like to set to the current light level for 5 seconds. The lights will flash to notify you that the preset has changed. Step D: Repeat Steps B and C for other presets that need to be adjusted. Step E: Remote Method Press and hold the top and lower buttons for 5 seconds to exit Preset Adjust mode. The lights will flash and return to their maximum light level. If no lights are being controlled by this controller, you will not get visual feedback. Test the new preset buttons to make sure the preset levels are set correctly. If not, repeat steps A through E. DIP Switch Method Flip DIP switch 1 back up to exit Preset Adjust mode. (If a daylight sensor is connected the first preset command may cause the lights to move quickly to their daylight sensor adjusted light level.)

DIP Switch Method Flip DIP switch 1 down on the controller. After the switch is flipped the controller will be in Preset Adjust Mode. (If a daylight sensor is connected to this controller your lights may change level when DIP switch 1 is flipped.)

120/277 V 16 A Max.

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CONFIGURACIONES REGLAGES SETTINGS PWR

STAT

ON

5

5

6 7

8

+

4

_

3

PS S ig

Occ. S ig

Occ. Com

1 2

24 V

4

15 V

3

Cir Com

2

PELV (Class 2: USA)

1

0-10 V

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Advanced Programming Set the On Light Level of an RTA-WX-2B There are two methods to adjust the light level: Remote, using the RTA-WX-2B; or using DIP switch 1 on the RadioTouch controller. Note: The controller will not react to preset button presses from a transmitter while the controller’s DIP switch 1 is in the down position, or while the controller is in preset adjust mode. Preset light levels may be affected by daylight sensor input. As ambient light increases or decreases the preset light levels will scale accordingly.

Remote Method Note: No DIP switches need to be switched to perform this operation.

DIP Switch Method Step A: Flip DIP switch 1 down on the controller. After the switch is flipped the controller will be in preset adjust mode. (If a photosensor is connected to this controller your lights may change level when DIP switch 1 is flipped.) Step B: Using the raise/lower buttons on the RTA-WX-2B transmitter controlling the controller that you are adjusting, set the lights at the new On level. Step C: Press and hold the On and raise buttons for 5 seconds. The lights will flash to notify you that the On level has changed. Step D: Flip DIP switch 1 back up to exit preset adjust mode.

Step A: Press and hold the On and the lower buttons for 5 seconds. The lights will flash to notify you that you are in preset adjust mode, and settle at 100% light level. Step B: Using the raise/lower buttons on the RTA-WX-2B transmitter controlling the controller that you are adjusting, set the lights at the new On level. Step C: Press and hold the On and raise buttons for 5 seconds. The lights will flash to notify you that the On level has changed. Step D: Press and hold the On and the lower buttons for 5 seconds to exit preset adjust mode. The lights will flash and return to their maximum light level. Test the On button to make sure the light level is correct. If not, repeat steps A through D.

DIP Switch Method

Remote Method RadioTouch RTA-RX-F

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Set DIP switch 1 to down position to enter preset adjust mode

Press and hold for 5 seconds to set the new On level

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Advanced Programming Set the Controller for Emergency On Operation Using Maintained Dry Switch Closure Input RadioTouch RTA-RX-F

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When the maintained closure is activated again (closed), the lights will return to regular operation. Step A: Set DIP switch 2 to the down position.

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The controller has the ability to accept a maintained dry emergency switch closure from a building automation system. Opening the dry closure from the emergency system will send all lights controlled by the controller to high end for the duration that the closure is opened.

Set DIP switch 2 to dowm position

ON

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2

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Step B: Disconnect any occupant sensors wired to the controller. Step C: Connect your dry closure emergency system between Occ. Signal (Pin 2) and Circuit Common (Pin 6) on the controller.

Pin 6 Pin 2

Emergency dry closure

Note: Once the controller has been configured for Emergency On capabilities, the unit is no longer able to accept occupant sensor input in the standard manner. For instructions on wiring occupant sensors to a RadioTouch controller configured for Emergency On, please see Application Note #137 at www.lutron.com.

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Advanced Programming Use the Controller to Create Preset Lighting Scenes The RadioTouch system can be used to create four preset lighting scenes that can be activated from any of the following transmitters: RTA-WX-5B, RTA-TX-L, RTA-TX-LC2, RTA-TX-LC3, RTA-TX-LQ, RTA-TX-L2Q, or RTA-TX-LQC2.

Step D: Using the raise/lower or Off button, adjust the lights for each individual zone to the desired level for the scene. Note: On is a preset and will not respond in this mode. If the lights are Off, the raise button will turn them On.

Notes • Any RadioTouch transmitter with 2L or 3L in the model number should not be used for this application. • Each zone in the system must be individually controlled from at least one location in the room by either the RTA-WX-2B or RTA-WX-2BSW wallbox transmitter. • Contact closure outputs (including those controlling Sivoia QED shades) CANNOT be included in a scene. These outputs must be independently controlled. The controller will not react to preset button presses from a transmitter while the controller is in preset adjust mode. • Preset light levels may be affected by daylight sensor input. As ambient light increases or decreases the preset light levels will scale accordingly.

Remote Method Only Step A: Address the wallbox transmitters that control each zone independently to the controller that they will be controlling. Step B: Address the column of lights on any of the preset style transmitters that will be used to activate lighting scenes to all of the controllers that are involved in the lighting scene. Step C: Press and hold the top and lower buttons of the preset style transmitter for 5 seconds. The lights will flash to notify you that you are in preset adjust mode, and settle at 100% light level.

Lights 1

ON

OFF

2-button style transmitter Adjust lights to desired level

Lights 1

Preset style transmitters Press and hold desired button for 5 seconds

Step E: Press and hold the button on the preset style transmitter that will become the current lighting scene. The lights will flash to notify you that the scene has been set. Step F: Repeat steps D and E for each scene that needs to be set. Step G: Press and hold the top and lower buttons for 5 seconds to exit preset adjust mode. The lights will flash and return to their maximum light level. Test the preset lighting scene buttons to make sure the light levels are set correct. If not, make sure all transmitters are properly addressed to the controllers they are intended to control, and repeat steps C through G.

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Advanced Programming Resetting Controller Light Levels to Factory Defaults Using the tabletop transmitter or RTA-WX-5B, you can return the preset light levels, trim levels, and daylight sensor calibration levels to their factory settings.

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ON

Step A: Press and release the programming button on the controller. The lights will cycle up and down for 3 seconds to notify you that you are in programming mode, and settle at 50% light output. The Status LED will be in fast blink mode.

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Step B: While in programming mode press the raise and lower buttons on either control as shown and hold them for 5 seconds. When the controller has returned to factory settings, the lights will flash.

Lights 3

Step C: Press the programming button again to exit from programming mode. The lights will go to high end and the Status LED will return to slow blink mode.

Lights 2

Lights 1

Press and hold for 5 seconds

Note: This step will not delete any transmitters addressed to the controller.

Lights 3

Lights 2

Lights 1

RTA-WX-2B

Resetting the Controller to All Factory Default Settings Resetting the controller will return the preset light levels and trim levels back to factory default settings. The reset function also will delete all transmitters which are addressed to the controller.

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Step A: Press and hold the burn-in button and the programming button for 5 seconds. The lights will flash to notify you that the controller has been reset. If no lights are being controlled by the controller, you will not get visual feedback. To test that the reset has occurred, try a transmitter that was addressed to the controller and the controller should not respond.

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Troubleshooting Guide Symptom

Possible Cause(s)

Lights are always Off—there is no glow • Power is Off. at the lamp ends, and no flashing. • System is miswired. • Wrong line voltage was applied. • No dimmed hot signal. • Fixture has instant start sockets.

Lights are always Off (or locked at low end), but there is a glow at the end of the lamp.

• Wrong lamp type for the ballast installed. • System is miswired.

• Poor or no connection to sockets or lamp pins. • Lamps are too far from a grounded surface.

Lights always stay On full with little or no dimming.

• System is miswired.

• Magnetic dimming ballasts connected on the same switch leg. • Emergency DIP switch is in the down position and closure is not present. • 100-hour burn-in activation is enabled.

• Transmitters are not addressed to the receiver.

Lights go to full, but not all the way to minimum.

• Ballasts are not properly grounded.

• FDB/ECO mode DIP switch is in the wrong position. • Wrong lamp type for the ballast installed. • Lamps are too old.

Preset buttons do not function.

• DIP switch 1 is in the down position. • Daylight sensor is flooded with ambient light.

Controller does not respond to a transmitter.

• Transmitter has not been added to the controller. • Transmitter does not have power.

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Solution(s) Verify breaker is On. Check system wiring, connection of socket wires. Check system voltage vs. ballast rating. Check system wiring, measure voltages; see Voltage Map attached. Change sockets to rapid start sockets.

Verify ballast lamp type matches lamp. Check for proper ballast-to-socket wiring—particularly the yellow and/or blue with white stripe wires. These wires must be wired in parallel to two lamps (in one side, out the same side to the next lamp), not in series. Check for proper connection of wires to the sockets and lamp pins to sockets. Check for proper grounding of the fixture, and proper space between the ground plane and the lamp’s entire length; must be 1/2 +/- 1/4 in. (13 mm +/- 6 mm).

Check that the dimmed hot signal is present as shown on the voltage map attached. Check for dimmed hot and hot swapped. Remove the magnetic dimming ballast(s) from the circuit. Check Emergency DIP switch and terminals 2 and 6 for wires to an Emergency On closure. Check to see if the 100-hour burn-in feature is activated indicated by the function indicator LED being On. Repeat steps to address the transmitters to the receiver (see pages 15 and 18).

Check that the fixture is properly grounded and that a ground plane is 1/2 +/- 1/4 in. (13 mm +/- 6 mm) away from the lamp’s entire length. Flip FDB/ECO mode DIP switch to the correct position to match the ballast type. Verify ballast lamp type matches lamp. Relamp the entire fixture.

Make sure DIP switch 1 on the controller is in the up position. Recalibrate the daylight sensor or reduce the ambient light entering the room.

Address the transmitter to the controller (see pages 15 and 18). Check that the tabletop transmitter batteries are installed correctly. Check that the wallbox transmitter is being powered with line voltage.

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Troubleshooting Guide Symptom

Possible Cause(s)

Solution(s)

Lights connected to an FDI are always Off or at low end.

• System is miswired.

Check system wiring.

Lights flicker or drop out at low end.

• Lamps were not kept at full intensity for 100-hour burn-in before dimming. • Defective or damaged lamps.

Keep the lamps at full intensity for 100-hour burn-in.

• Lamps are too close to a grounded surface. • Low end too low on controller.

Replace with new lamps or exchange lamps from a known good fixture. Check that the ground plane is 1/2 +/- 1/4 in. (13 mm +/- 6 mm) away from the lamp’s entire length. Make sure DIP switch 3 on controller is in the up position.

Transmitter controls the wrong set of lights/shades/closures.

• Transmitters were addressed to the wrong controllers.

Delete the transmitters from the controller that is responding to that transmitter. Add transmitters to correct controller.

Transmitter cannot be added to a controller.

• Transmitter does not have power.

Check that the tabletop transmitter batteries are installed correctly. Check that the wallbox transmitter is being powered with line voltage. Delete all transmitters from the controller and start the addressing over (16 transmitters/controller).

• System limit reached.

Transmitters are controlling more lights • Multiple controllers were in program mode during system addressing. than you intended.

Black lamp ends or premature lamp failure.

• Poor connections. • Ballast to socket wires too long.

• Lamps were not kept at full intensity for 100 hours before dimming. • Lamps are not properly seated in the sockets.

Lights are flashing or strobing.

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• Wrong lamp type or voltage for ballast installed. • System is miswired.

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Delete all transmitters from the controllers that are responding and start the addressing over.

Check for proper connection of wires to the sockets and lamp pins to sockets. Shorten the amount of wire between the ballast and the sockets—maximum total length is 7 feet (2 m); 3 feet (1 m) for compact fluorescent. This is especially critical on the yellow and the blue with white stripe wires since the length of the wires between sockets is part of the total length. Relamp the entire fixture and leave them at full intensity for 100 hours before dimming. Check the wire-to-socket and socket-to-lamp pin connections.

Verify the ballast’s lamp type and voltage are correct. Check for hot and dimmed hot swapped, or check for correct socket wiring.

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Troubleshooting Guide (continued) Symptom

Possible Cause(s)

Lamps are not at the same light level.

• Ballast to socket wires different lengths.

• Distance from the lamp to a grounded surface is different.

• Mixture of lamp ages or manufacturers.

Ballasts buzz or hum.

• System miswired. • Wrong lamp type for ballast installed. • Insecurely mounted ballast.

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Solution(s) Different lengths will cause imbalance; for instance, 3 feet (1 m) of red wire and 6 feet (1.8 m) of blue wire will cause an imbalance. Add or remove wire as necessary—but do not exceed 7-foot (2 m) total limit. Check that the grounded metal is 1/2 +/- 1/4 in. (13 mm +/- 6 mm) away from the lamp’s entire length. All lamps in a fixture should have the same distance in order to have the same intensity. Check that all the lamps are the same exact type—both manufacturer and color.

Check for interchanged hot, dimmed hot, and neutral wires. Verify the ballast lamp type and voltage are correct. Tighten the mounting screws after checking for foreign material behind the ballast.

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DIP Switch and LED Reference RTA-RX-F, RTA-RX-F-SC, RTA-RX-F-347, RTA-RX-F-SC-347 DIP Switch Settings Switch 1 UP: Preset lock Switch 2 UP: Occupant sensor 1 2 3 4 5 Switch 3 UP: FDB mode Occupant Sensor Modes Switch 4 UP: Off Switch 5 UP: Auto On ON

Status LED Displays STAT ON Blink Flash Flutter

Burn-in mode Normal operation Program mode Receiving RF data

Power LED Displays PWR ON OFF

Unit is powered Unit is not powered

DOWN: Preset adjust DOWN: Emergency setting DOWN: ECO mode

See page 36 See pages 19, 38 See page 9

DOWN: Minimum light level DOWN: Manual On

See page 21 See page 21

DOWN: Preset adjust DOWN: Emergency setting DOWN: Manual On

See page 36 See pages 19, 38 See page 21

RTA-RX-SW, RTA-RX-SW-347 DIP Switch Settings Switch 1 Switch 2 1 2 3 Switch 3

UP: Preset lock UP: Occupant sensor UP: Auto On

Status LED Displays STAT ON Blink Flash Flutter

Burn-in mode Normal operation Program mode Receiving RF data

Power LED Displays PWR ON OFF

Unit is powered Unit is not powered

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Ballast Installation Best Practices Lutron recommends the following procedures when installing or replacing Lutron dimming ballasts as a part of a Lutron lighting system. Lutron ballasts are lamp-specific and voltage-specific. Make sure the ballast model is compatible with the lamp type, wattage, and line voltage of your installation. Using the wrong line voltage can damage the ballast.

Wiring Always check the wiring schematic on the ballast label for the proper method of wiring that specific model.

Wiring schematic

Yellow (common) wires must be wired to the ballasts in parallel, not in series. Ensure socket wires are not pinched or shorted to ground.

Correct Wired in parallel Yellow (and/or blue/white) wires where applicable

Incorrect Wired in series

Socket Information Lutron ballasts require rapid start sockets. Lutron recommends IEC-rated sockets. For more information, refer to Lutron Application Note 122, available by clicking Technical Info, Application Notes at www.lutron.com. Caution! Using instant start sockets can damage the ballasts.

Rapid Start

Instant Start (do not use)

Size and mount the socket appropriately to provide proper distance to the grounded metal surface of the fixture. In addition, linear and compact lamps must never touch any metal part of a fixture. Lamp socket (side view)

Lamp Mounting Height Lamp Type

Hi-Lume 1%

Eco-10 10%

T8 linear

1/8-3/4 in.

1/32-3/4 in.

(3.2-19.1 mm)

(0.8 -19.1 mm)

1/8-1/2 in.

1/16-1/2 in.

(3.2-12.7 mm)

(1.6-12.7 mm)

1/8-1/2 in.

1/16-1/2 in.

(3.2-12.7 mm)

(1.6-12.7 mm)

>1/32 in.

>1/32 in.

(>0.8 mm)

(> 0.8 mm)

T5 linear T5 twin tube T4 CFL

Grounded metal

Lamp Mounting height

Ballast

Note: Lamps must never touch ground plane.

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Ballast Installation Best Practices (continued) Ballast Mounting Guidelines Mount flat on metal fixture so that there are no air gaps between the ballast and the metal fixture. Refer to the ballast label for the maximum allowable calibration point temperature and ensure that your installation complies. Ground the ballast to the metal fixture chassis. Lutron recommends inserting a star washer at each end when screwing the ends of the ballast to the metal fixture. Mount entire length of ballast flush to fixture

Socket Lead Length Requirements

Avoid screws, knockouts, dimples, or any features that raise ballast off fixture even slightlyMounting on fixture cover is not recommended because it can impede the ground connection and/or cause heat from the lamps to be induced into the ballast.

T-4 Compact Triple T-4 Compact Quad T-5 Twin Tube

Lamp Type

T-5 Linear T-8 Linear and U-Tube

Max. Length of Leads (ballast to socket) 3 ft. (0.9 m)

7 ft. (2.1 m)

Socket Wiring Use #18 AWG (0.75 mm2) solid or tinned stranded wire. Refer to ballast label and socket manufacturer for proper strip length.

Installation Avoid installations with cold air blowing directly on lamps; Lutron ballasts are designed to operate the lamps when the lamp temperature is at a minimum of 50 °F (10 °C). See lamp manufacturer’s specifications for maximum lamp temperatures.

Emergency Ballasts Lutron does not manufacture emergency ballasts, nor does it guarantee the performance of Lutron ballasts and other equipment when emergency ballasts are wired in association with a Lutron ballast.

Compatibility Lutron guarantees the performance of our ballasts only when used with Lutron controls. We design and manufacture our dimming ballasts to operate exclusively with Lutron controls. We cannot guarantee the performance of our ballasts when operated by controls from other manufacturers.

Burn-In NEMA recommends a 12-hour burn-in period for new fluorescent lamps before dimming. Consult the lamp manufacturer’s instructions for specific recommendations. For additional details, see the Ballast Technical Reference Guide at www.lutron.com.

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Warranty Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. One Year Limited Warranty For a period of one year from the date of purchase, and subject to the exclusions and restrictions described below, Lutron warrants each new unit to be free from manufacturing defects. Lutron will, at its option, either repair the defective unit or issue a credit equal to the purchase price of the defective unit to the Customer against the purchase price of comparable replacement part purchased from Lutron. Replacements for the unit provided by Lutron or, at its sole discretion, an approved vendor may be new, used, repaired, reconditioned, and/or made by a different manufacturer. If the unit is commissioned by Lutron or a Lutron approved third party as part of a Lutron commissioned lighting control system, the term of this warranty will be extended, and any credits against the cost of replacement parts will be prorated, in accordance with the warranty issued with the commissioned system, except that the term of the unit's warranty term will be measured from the date of its commissioning. EXCLUSIONS AND RESTRICTIONS This Warranty does not cover, and Lutron and its suppliers are not responsible for: 1. Damage, malfunction or inoperability diagnosed by Lutron or a Lutron approved third party as caused by normal wear and tear, abuse, misuse, incorrect installation, neglect, accident, interference or environmental factors, such as (a) use of incorrect line voltages, fuses or circuit breakers; (b) failure to install, maintain and operate the unit pursuant to the operating instructions provided by Lutron and the applicable provisions of the National Electrical Code and of the Safety Standards of Underwriter's Laboratories; (c) use of incompatible devices or accessories; (d) improper or insufficient ventilation; (e) unauthorized repairs or adjustments; (f) vandalism; or (g) an act of God, such as fire, lightning, flooding, tornado, earthquake, hurricane or other problems beyond Lutron's control. 2. On-site labor costs to diagnose issues with, and to remove, repair, replace, adjust, reinstall and/or reprogram the unit or any of its components. 3. Equipment and parts external to the unit, including those sold or supplied by Lutron (which may be covered by a separate warranty). 4. The cost of repairing or replacing other property that is damaged when the unit does not work properly, even if the damage was caused by the unit. EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED IN THIS WARRANTY, THERE ARE NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF ANY TYPE, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR MERCHANTABILITY. LUTRON DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE UNIT WILL OPERATE WITHOUT INTERRUPTION OR BE ERROR FREE. NO LUTRON AGENT, EMPLOYEE OR REPRESENTATIVE HAS ANY AUTHORITY TO BIND LUTRON TO ANY AFFIRMATION, REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY CONCERNING THE UNIT. UNLESS AN AFFIRMATION, REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY MADE BY AN AGENT, EMPLOYEE OR REPRESENTATIVE IS SPECIFICALLY INCLUDED HEREIN, OR IN STANDARD PRINTED MATERIALS PROVIDED BY LUTRON, IT DOES NOT FORM A PART OF THE BASIS OF ANY BARGAIN BETWEEN LUTRON AND CUSTOMER AND WILL NOT IN ANY WAY BE ENFORCEABLE BY CUSTOMER. IN NO EVENT WILL LUTRON OR ANY OTHER PARTY BE LIABLE FOR EXEMPLARY, CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF PROFITS, CONFIDENTIAL OR OTHER INFORMATION, OR PRIVACY; BUSINESS INTERRUPTION; PERSONAL INJURY; FAILURE TO MEET ANY DUTY, INCLUDING OF GOOD FAITH OR OF REASONABLE CARE; NEGLIGENCE, OR ANY OTHER PECUNIARY OR OTHER LOSS WHATSOEVER), NOR FOR ANY REPAIR WORK UNDERTAKEN WITHOUT LUTRON'S WRITTEN CONSENT ARISING OUT OF OR IN ANY WAY RELATED TO THE INSTALLATION, DEINSTALLATION, USE OF OR INABILITY TO USE THE UNIT OR OTHERWISE UNDER OR IN CONNECTION WITH ANY PROVISION OF THIS WARRANTY, OR ANY AGREEMENT INCORPORATING THIS WARRANTY, EVEN IN THE EVENT OF THE FAULT, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), STRICT LIABILITY, BREACH OF CONTRACT OR BREACH OF WARRANTY OF LUTRON OR ANY SUPPLIER, AND EVEN IF LUTRON OR ANY OTHER PARTY WAS ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY DAMAGES THAT CUSTOMER MIGHT INCUR FOR ANY REASON WHATSOEVER (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ALL DIRECT DAMAGES AND ALL DAMAGES LISTED ABOVE), THE ENTIRE LIABILITY OF LUTRON AND OF ALL OTHER PARTIES UNDER THIS WARRANTY ON ANY CLAIM FOR DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE MANUFACTURE, SALE, INSTALLATION, DELIVERY, USE, REPAIR, OR REPLACEMENT OF THE UNIT, OR ANY AGREEMENT INCORPORATING THIS WARRANTY, AND CUSTOMER'S SOLE REMEDY FOR THE FOREGOING, WILL BE LIMITED TO THE AMOUNT PAID TO LUTRON BY CUSTOMER FOR THE UNIT. THE FOREGOING LIMITATIONS, EXCLUSIONS AND DISCLAIMERS WILL APPLY TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT ALLOWED BY APPLICABLE LAW, EVEN IF ANY REMEDY FAILS ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE. TO MAKE A WARRANTY CLAIM To make a warranty claim, promptly notify Lutron within the warranty period described above by calling the Lutron Technical Support Center at (800) 523-9466. Lutron, in its sole discretion, will determine what action, if any, is required under this warranty. To better enable Lutron to address a warranty claim, have the unit's serial and model numbers available when making the call. If Lutron, in its sole discretion, determines that an on-site visit or other remedial action is necessary, Lutron may send a Lutron Services Co. representative or coordinate the dispatch of a representative from a Lutron approved vendor to Customer's site, and/or coordinate a warranty service call between Customer and a Lutron approved vendor. 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 limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. These products may be covered under one or more of the following U.S. patents: 5,309,068; 5,357,170; 5,633,540; 6,225,760; and corresponding foreign patents. Other U.S. and foreign patents may be pending. Lutron, the sunburst logo, GRAFIK Eye, Hi-Lume, Sivoia, and Tu-Wire are registered trademarks; Eco-10, microOS, and RadioTouch are trademarks of Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. Š 2007 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

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Contacts Internet: www.lutron.com E-mail: product@lutron.com WORLD HEADQUARTERS USA Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. 7200 Suter Road, Coopersburg, PA 18036-1299 TEL +1.610.282.3800 FAX +1.610.282.1243 Toll-Free 1.888.LUTROn1 Technical Support 1.800.523.9466 Brazil Lutron BZ do Brasil Ltda. AV, Brasil, 239, Jardim America Sao Paulo-SP, CEP: 01431-000, Brazil TEL +55.11.3885.5152 FAX +55.11.3887.7138 North and South America Technical Hotlines USA, Canada, Caribbean: 1.800.523.9466 Mexico: +1.888.235.2910 Central/South America: +1.610.282.6701 EUROPEAN HEADQUARTERS United Kingdom Lutron EA Ltd. 6 Sovereign Close, London, E1W 3JF United Kingdom TEL +44.(0)20.7702.0657 FAX +44.(0)20.7480.6899 FREEPHONE (UK) 0800.282.107 Technical support +44.(0)20.7680.4481

ASIAN HEADQUARTERS Singapore Lutron GL Ltd. 15 Hoe Chiang Road, #07-03 Euro Asia Centre, Singapore 089316 TEL +65.6220.4666 FAX +65.6220.4333 China, Beijing Lutron GL Ltd. Beijing Representative Office 5th Floor, China Life Tower No. 16 Chaowai Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100020 China TEL +86.10.5877.1817 FAX +86.10.5877.1816 China, Guangzhou Lutron GL Ltd. Guangzhou Representative Office Suite A09, 23/F Tower A, Centre Plaza 161 Lin He Xi Lu, Tian He District, Guangzhou 510620 China TEL +86.20.2885.8266 FAX +86.20.2885.8366 China, Shanghai Lutron GL Ltd., Shanghai Representative Office Suite 07, 39th Floor, Plaza 66 1266 Nan Jing West Road, Shanghai, 200040 China TEL +86.21.6288.1473 FAX +86.21.6288.1751

France Lutron LTC, S.A.R.L. 90 rue de Villiers, 92300 Levallois-Perret France TEL +33.(0)1.41.05.42.80 FAX +33.(0)1.41.05.01.80 FREEPHONE 0800.90.12.18

China, Hong Kong Lutron GL Ltd. Unit 2808, 28/F, 248 Queen's Road East Wanchai, Hong Kong TEL +852.2104.7733 FAX +852.2104.7633

Germany Lutron Electronics GmbH, Landsberger Allee 201, 13055 Berlin, Germany TEL +49.(0)30.9710.4590 FAX +49.(0)30.9710.4591 FREEPHONE 00800.5887.6635

Japan Lutron Asuka Co. Ltd. No. 16 Kowa Building, 4F, 1-9-20 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052 Japan TEL +81.3.5575.8411 FAX +81.3.5575.8420 FREEPHONE 0120.083.417

Italy Lutron LDV, S.r.l. FREEPHONE 800.979.208 Spain, Barcelona Lutron CC, S.R.L. Gran Via del Carlos III, 84, planta 3a, 08028, Barcelona, Spain TEL +34.93.496.57.42 FAX +34.93.496.57.01 FREEPHONE 0900.948.944 Spain, Madrid Lutron CC, S.R.L. Calle Orense, 85, 28020 Madrid, Spain TEL +34.91.567.84.79 FAX +34.91.567.84.78 FREEPHONE 0900.948.944

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Asia Technical Hotlines Northern China: 10.800.712.1536 Southern China: 10.800.120.1536 Hong Kong: 800.901.849 Indonesia: 001.803.011.3994 Japan: +81.3.5575.8411 Macau: 0800.401 Singapore: 800.120.4491 Taiwan: 00.801.137.737 Thailand: 001.800.120.665853 Other countries: +65.6220.4666

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