Whole House Lighting Controller

LC7001 Whole House Lighting
Controller
User Guide
1308243 REV. B
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Compliance
FCC Notice – FCC ID:
These devices comply with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) These devices may not cause harmful interference, and (2) these devices must accept
any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Canadian Department of Communications – IC:
These devices comply with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) these devices may not cause interference, and (2) these devices must
accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the devices.
These Class B digital apparatus comply with Canadian ICES-003.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Compliance ....................................................................................................................... ii
1.0
Operation Introduction .......................................................................................... 1
1.1 LC7001 Whole House Lighting Controller Overview ............................................... 1
1.2 Prerequisites ........................................................................................................... 1
1.3 Best Practices ......................................................................................................... 2
2.0 LC7001 Operation....................................................................................................... 3
2.1 LC7001 Operation Overview ................................................................................... 3
2.2 Legrand Light Control App Operation ...................................................................... 5
2.2.1 “Lights Page” Operation ....................................................................................... 6
2.2.2 “Settings Page” Operation.................................................................................... 8
2.2.3 “Scenes” Operation ............................................................................................ 11
2.3 Add/Remove Scene Controllers ............................................................................ 17
2.3.1 Scene Controller Operation................................................................................ 20
2.4 Apple Watch Operation ......................................................................................... 23
2.5 Appendix - FAQ ..................................................................................................... 25
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1.0 Operation Introduction
This LC7001 Whole House Lighting Controller User Guide (P/N 1308243) provides the information
necessary to operate a Legrand RF Lighting system controller. There is also an Installation Sheet
included with the LC7001 Controller that covers its physical installation (P/N 1507240) and setup.
1.1 LC7001 Whole House Lighting Controller Overview
The LC7001 Whole House Lighting Controller works in conjunction with the Legrand Lighting Control
iOS/Android app to allow control and automation of all Legrand RF Lighting devices.
By connecting the controller to a home's network (via Ethernet cable), users can manage their
lighting system including both manual and automated scenes. In addition the app provides simple
lighting device discovery and convenient configuration from a mobile device or tablet. With RF
communication, the LC7001 Whole House Lighting Controller is ideal for both retrofit and new home
construction.
The LC7001 Lighting Controller is compatible with the Legrand Whole House RFLC system,
including all RF Dimmer and Switch products in both the radiant and adorne collections.
Figure 1
1.2 Prerequisites
1. In order for the LC7001 Whole House Lighting Controller to function, it requires
a wired connection to the home network router/switch.
2. The mobile device/tablet (running the Legrand Lighting App) must also be
connected wirelessly to the same home network.
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3. It is also required to have all associated Legrand RF Lighting System
components installed and house / group bound prior to installation of the
LC7001.
1.3 Best Practices
Before operating the LC7001, it is assumed all Legrand RF Lighting System components were
properly installed and configured per Legrand instructions.
NOTE: For more information on house binding and configuring the RF Lighting System
prior to the installation of the LC7001, refer to the installation instructions included with
the RF Dimmer/Switch products.
Also, the Legrand Lighting Control App should be downloaded and installed on the desired
smart phone(s) / tablet(s) / Apple Watch (es) (See Figure 2).
NOTE: The app is available on both the iOS and Google Play store.
NOTE: As of firmware and app version 1.3, the Lighting Controller App is now compatible
with the Apple Watch. For additional information on how to pair your Apple to watch to
an Apple iPhone, please click here.
Figure 2
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2.0 LC7001 Operation
2.1 LC7001 Operation Overview
After opening the Legrand Lighting Control app for the first time, a prompt will appear with
instructions to tap a light switch in the home to add it to the system (See Figure 3). NOTE: It is
assumed that all of the lighting devices in the home have been properly house / group
bound prior to the installation of the LC7001.
Tap the switch to discover it on the system. A prompt will then appear allowing for that
dimmer/switch to be named (See Figure 4). For multi-location/remote devices, select whether it
is a dimmer or switch.
Figure 3
Figure 4
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Repeat the steps above to add all of your Legrand dimmers/switches to the LC7001 Whole
House Lighting Controller. There is another method of adding additional devices after this initial
discovery process. See Section 2.2.1 in this User Guide for more information.
The LC7001 Lighting Controller may be operated from a smart phone or tablet device. The
following sections will detail how to control the devices in the system, create lighting scenes and
automate those lighting scenes (called “Repeat” in the app).
NOTE: When using a smart phone, the app shows a single pane view (see Figure 5 left),
while a tablet shows a double pane view (see Figure 5 right). For this User Guide we’ll
use the tablet view.
Figure 5
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2.2 Legrand Light Control App Operation
When launching the Lighting Control App, the dashboard screen will appear after system
discovery has been completed (see Figure 6). In this section we will detail how to use the
selections available on the dashboard screen.
On the dashboard screen, the following functions can be performed:

Turn On or Off All Lights

View Scenes that were recently run

View Scenes that are upcoming

Go to the Lights Page

Go to the Scenes Page

Go to the Settings Page
Figure 6
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2.2.1 “Lights Page” Operation
Begin by selecting “Lights” at the bottom of the dashboard screen. The Light’s page will appear
showing all controllable lights within the system (See Figure 7). This screen will display the
On/Off status of each switch (blue indicates the light is ON) along with the current light level.
Figure 7
(Edit): Tap Edit at the top left to display the edit page (see Figure 8) and these options:

Change the name of a light

Remove a light from the system entirely
Figure 8
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(+): Tap the + symbol at the top right to:

Add a new light
Adding additional dimmers/switches functions very similarly to the initial discovery process
detailed in Section 2.1 of this User Guide. Simply tap the “+” icon and a prompt will appear to
tap the newly added dimmer/switch to the system. Tap the dimmer/switch and an additional
prompt will appear for naming the device.
(Lights): Tap an individual light to display its light page (see Figure 9).
Figure 9
From the individual light page, the following options are available:

Turn the light On/Off via toggle switch at the top right

Turn the light On/Off via double tapping the large light bulb icon

Adjust its light level with the slider at the bottom.

Select Edit (to change the light’s name, or remove the light from the system)
NOTE: If it is a switch, rather than a dimmer, there is no slider present.
NOTE: If a dimmer is being used, the slider level can still be adjusted, even if the light is
Off in the app. Making changes to the slider level will not change the state of the light
(i.e. it will not turn it On/Off). However, it will change the light level for the next time the
light is turned on. Make sure the light is turned On using the top right toggle before
making slider adjustments if immediate changes are needed.
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2.2.2 “Settings Page” Operation
Tap on “Settings” at the bottom of the dashboard screen, to open the “Settings Page” (see Figure
10).
From this screen, the following options are available:

Change Home Location

Change Time Zone

Turn On/Off Daylight Savings Time

Add In-Wall Scene Controllers

Perform a firmware update (Manually updating firmware is optional as updates should
happen automatically)

Check the current version of the app
Figure 10
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(Location): By tapping “Location”, the app will display a map screen (see Figure 11). If this is the
first time this screen has been accessed, a prompt will appear asking for permission to use the
location services of the phone/tablet. This will allow the app to automatically determine the
proper sunrise and sunset times, based on your location, for automating any light scenes.
Alternately, by manually entering the address/zip code it allow the controller to determine
sunrise and sunset times. (This function requires an Internet Connection)
Figure 11
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(Time Zone): Tap “Time Zone” to select the desired time zone (see Figure 12).
Figure 12
(In Wall Scene Controllers): Adding an “In Wall Scene Controller” (see Figure 13) is for the
addition of Scene Controllers designed to work solely with the LC7001. Please see Section
2.3.1 Scene Controller Operation for more information.
Figure 13
NOTE: The Legrand RFLC DRD5, DRD6, MRH5, MRH6 and adorne ADMHRM4 are not
compatible with the LC7001. These products can still be used to control the RF Lights in the
home, but they will be independent of the LC7001 scenes.
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2.2.3 “Scenes” Operation
To add a Scene to the system, tap on “Scenes” at the bottom of the dashboard page. From the
scenes page (see Figure 14) the following options are available:
(+): Tap the “+” symbol to create a Scene. The first step is to name the scene (See Figure 15).
Figure 14
Figure 15
Next, select how often the scene will run by tapping on “Repeat” (See Figure 16).
Figure 16
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(Repeat): On the Repeat pop-up page (see Figure 17 and Figure 18) the options include:

Never repeat

Repeat once

Repeat weekly
Figure 17
Figure 18
If the scene will only be triggered once (Figure 17 above), the following options will be available:
(Date): Tapping “Date” will provide an interface which will allow for the ability to select the date
when the scene will trigger (See Figure 19).
Figure 19
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(Time): Tapping “Time” will determine what time to run the scene. Notice that both “Specific
Time” shown below left or a “Relative Time” shown below right (See Figure 20 and 21) can be
selected.
Figure 20
Figure 21
If the scene will be triggered weekly (Figure 18 above), the following options will be available:
(Days): Tap “Days” to select which days the scene will run (Figure 22). For example, you can
select every day of the week to trigger the scene only on “Weekdays”.
Returning to the Repeat screen, notice that “Weekdays” is displayed under “Days” (Figure 23).
Figure 22
Figure 23
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(Time): Tapping “Time” will determine what time to run the scene. Notice that both “Specific
Time” shown below left or a “Relative Time” shown below right (See Figure 24 and 25) can be
selected.
Figure 24
Figure 25
Return to the Repeat screen by tapping the “<” icon, the “Days” and “Time” selections have
been updated with the choices that were made.
(Lights): Return to the Scene creation screen by tapping the “<” icon. Here, you can select the
lights that will participate in this scene. This can be done by placing a checkmark next to the
lights name. By tapping on each light it’s possible to adjust the state (whether it’s On/Off) and
the light level itself. When the desired light selections have been made, tap on “Save” to save
the scene (See Figure 26 below).
NOTE: If a dimmer is being used, the slider level can still be adjusted, even if the light is
Off in the app. Making changes to the slider level will not change the state of the light
(i.e. it will not turn it On/Off). However, it will change the light level for the next time the
light is turned on. Make sure the light is turned On using the top right toggle before
making slider adjustments if immediate changes are needed.
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Figure 26
The new scene will now be reflected in the “Upcoming Scenes” category to the left of the screen
of the dashboard page (See Figure 27).
NOTE: The scene will only appear in the “Upcoming Scenes” area if it is scheduled to
trigger in the next two days. Anything longer than that will not appear in the list.
Figure 27
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(Fade Rate): At any point during the scene creation, the fade rate for the scene can be adjusted.
The fade rate determines how quickly the light levels ramp up or down when a scene is
executed. The higher the number selected, the longer the scene will take to achieve the desired
light level.
NOTE: When using a Legrand Scene Controller with a “Toggle Scene On/Off” button
assigned, the fade rate is only applicable to when the scene is executed “On”. A second
button press will turn the lights On or Off at the system default rate. This is currently not
adjustable. See Section 2.3.1 for more information.
(Edit a Scene): To edit a scene, go to the Dashboard page and select the “Scenes” icon at the
bottom of the screen. Next click “Edit” at the top left of the Scenes page (Figure 28). Tap the red
minus circle icon next to scene name (See Figure 29), the following options will appear:

Delete the scene

Duplicate the scene (allowing faster setup of similar scenes)
By tapping the scene name itself, the following options will appear (See Figure 30):

Change Light Settings

Change the Name of the scene

Change the Repeat settings for the scene

Change the Fade Rate for the scene
Figure 28
Figure 29
Figure 30
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2.3 Add/Remove Scene Controllers
The LC7001 Whole House Lighting Controller is now compatible with the adorne Scene Controller
(part numbers ADTPRIWHCW1, ADTPRIWHCM1, ADTHRIWHCW1, ADTHRIWHCM1) and the
radiant Scene Controllers (part numbers LC2303-WH, LC2103-NI and LC2013-LA).
radiant Style
adorne SoftTap
NOTE: Prior to adding the Scene Controller to the Lighting Control App, it should be
bound to the House ID of the home. This can be performed upon the initial installation of
the system or the unit can be added to an existing system. Please refer to the installation
instructions included with the Scene Controller for more information.
The addition of a new Scene Controller can be accomplished in much the same way that adding a
new light switch is performed. Tap on “Settings” at the bottom of the Dashboard screen to open the
“Settings” page. From here, tap on the “In-Wall Scene Controllers” option (Figure 31)
Figure 31
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To add the Scene Controller, tap the “+” symbol at the top right hand corner of the screen
(Figure 32) and then push any button on the face of the Scene Controller as per the instructions
on the screen (Figure 33).
Figure 32
Figure 33
A new pop-up menu will appear that will allow for the naming of the new Scene Controller. Enter
a new name for the unit and tap the “Save” button (Figure 34).
Figure 34
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The Scene Controller will now appear in the list under the “In-Wall Scene Controllers” menu with
the name it was given in the previous step (Figure 35). By tapping the arrow icon to the right of
the name, the pop-up menu will reappear allowing for the name of the device to be edited as
well as the selection of scenes to be associated to each button. A button is referred to as a
“Bank” in the Lighting Control App interface (Figure 36).
Figure 35
Figure 36
To remove the Scene Controller from the system entirely, tap the “Edit” option at the top right
hand corner of the screen (Figure 37). Tap the “-“ symbol that appears next to the name of the
Scene Controller (Figure 38). A “Delete” option will appear in red (Figure 39). Tap this option to
remove the Scene Controller.
Figure 37
Figure 38
Figure 39
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2.3.1 Scene Controller Operation
The primary function of a Legrand Scene Controller is to provide the ability to manually trigger
scenes that have been created in the LC7001 Whole House Lighting Controller. These scenes
must first be created (see Section 2.2.3) and assigned to each button (Bank) on the face of the
Scene Controller.
To do this, tap on “Settings” at the bottom of the Dashboard screen to open the “Settings” page.
From here, tap on the “In-Wall Scene Controllers” option (Figure 40).
Figure 40
By tapping the arrow icon to the right of the name, a pop-up menu will appear allowing for the
selection of scenes to be associated to each button (Bank). Tap one of the Bank options on this
menu to begin assigning a scene (Figure 41).
Figure 40
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New menu options will appear on the screen showing a list of all available scenes that can be
assigned to a Bank (Figure 41). To assign a scene to the Bank, tap the scene name to select it.
The checkmark will move next to the selected scene (Figure 42). Tap the back arrow icon to
return to the previous screen.
Figure 41
Figure 42
To change the behavior of the button, tap “Execute Scene” which is the default behavior for a
scene. A new menu will appear which provides options to change the scene behavior (Figure
43).
Figure 43
(Execute Scene): When the button is pressed, the scene will be executed. Light levels will be
determined by the levels set during creation of the scene.
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NOTE: When an assigned “Execute Scene” button is pressed on the Scene Controller,
the LED indicator for the button will slowly flash for a few seconds indicating the scene
has been activated. Once the scene is activated, the LED will go out and remain off.
(Toggle Scene On/Off): When the button is pressed, the scene will be triggered “On”. Light
levels will be determined by the levels set during creation of the scene. Pressing the button a
second time will command the scene to trigger “Off”.
NOTE: When an assigned “Toggle Scene On/Off” button is pressed on the Scene
Controller, the LED indicator for the button will slowly flash for a few seconds indicating
the scene has been activated. Once the scene is activated, the LED will be “On” and
brightly lit. Pressing the button again will cause the LED to slowly flash until the scene
has been turned off. The LED will turn off.
If the Scene Controller has multiple assigned “Toggle Scene On/Off” buttons, the LED
behavior will vary depending on which scene is active. When the “Toggle Scene On/Off”
button is pressed and the scene has been completely executed, the LED indicator will
appear brightly lit. This is now the active scene. Other assigned “Toggle Scene On/Off”
buttons that are still “On” but not active will show an LED indicator light that is dim.
When pressed, the LED indicator will become bright making it the active scene.
NOTE: The active scene can then be adjusted by pressing the “+” and “-“ buttons on the
Scene Controller. The “+” and “-“ buttons must be tapped to make adjustments. Press
and hold will not function.
Tap the desired button behavior to select it. The checkmark will move next to the selected
button behavior. Tap the back arrow icon to return to the main Scene Controller menu. Press the
“Save” button to save the changes made to that Bank (Figure 44). Repeat this process for the
remaining buttons (Banks) on the Scene Controller.
Figure 44
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2.4 Apple Watch Operation
The Legrand Lighting Control App is now compatible with the Apple Watch. The Apple Watch
must be paired with an iPhone that has the Legrand Lighting Control App already installed.
Once the pairing process is complete, the Legrand Lighting Control App will automatically
appear on the Apple Watch home screen.
For additional information on how to pair the Apple Watch to an Apple iPhone, please
click here.
NOTE: Lighting Control app and Legrand Whole House Lighting Controller Firmware
Version 1.3 or later is required for Apple Watch compatibility.
Before using the Legrand Lighting Control App on the Apple Watch, make sure that the paired
iPhone is connected to the wireless network being broadcast from the same router that the
LC7001 Whole House Lighting Controller is connected to. Currently, only local connectivity is
supported.
Tap on the Legrand Lighting Control App icon on the Apple Watch home screen (Figure 45).
The App will open to the “Lights” list (Figure 46). The App can also open to the “Scenes” list
(Figure 47) as well depending upon which is used more often.
Figure 45
Figure 47
Figure 46
(Lights): The “Lights” page displays each light that has been added to the Legrand Whole
House Lighting Controller. There is also a toggle icon available which indicates whether the light
is On or Off (Figure 46).
(Scenes): The “Scenes” page displays any available scenes that have been configured on the
Legrand Whole House Lighting Controller. Simply tap the scene name to execute the desired
scene (Figure 47).
From the “Lights” list, the toggle icon can be tapped to change the state of the light (Figure 46).
The light will respond by either turning On or Off depending on its original state.
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A more detailed view of the light switch can be accessed by tapping the name of the light itself.
The detailed view screen will appear (Figure 48). From this screen, tap the light icon to toggle
the state of the light On/Off.
If the light is a dimmer, a brightness slider will appear with “+” and “-“ symbols that will adjust the
level of the dimmer (Figure 48).
NOTE: The light level will increase or decrease by 5% per button press.
Figure 48
By pressing and holding firmly anywhere on the detailed view screen (Apple refers to this as a
“force press”), a preset brightness level menu will appear (Figure 50). This menu provides
access to 4 preset brightness levels. Simply tap the desired brightness level to execute the
command to the light switch. This will also turn on the light switch to the preset level if the light
switch is currently off.
Use the back arrow icon on the detailed view screen (Figure 48) to return to the “Lights” list.
NOTE: The App will reorder your lights and scenes based upon how often you use them.
The most used lights and scenes will always appear near the top of the list.
By performing a force press on the “Lights” or the “Scenes” screen, a menu screen will appear.
This menu screen contains an All On/All Off toggle icon. As well as an icon which can be tapped
to switch between the “Lights” and the “Scenes” lists (Figure 50).
Figure 50
Figure 49
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2.5 Appendix - FAQ
1. How do I Add a Light to my system?
See Page 3, Section 2.1.
2. How do I remove a Light (No longer appear in my App)?
See page 6, Section 2.2.1.
3. How do I rename a Light?
See page 6, Section 2.2.1.
4. How do I Create a Scene?
See pages 11-15, Section 2.2.3.
5. How do I Edit a Scene?
See page 16, Section 2.2.3.
6. How do I remove a Scene?
See page 16, Section 2.2.3.
7. How do I automate a Scene? (Repeat)
See pages 11-14, Section 2.2.3.
8. How do I download a Firmware Update? (Done Automatically)
See page 8, Section 2.2.2.
9. How do I set my location (for Sunrise / Sunset)?
See page 8 and 9, Section 2.2.2.
10. How many lights can the LC7001 control and how many scenes can I create?
100 lights can be used. 100 scenes can be created.
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11. How do I add a Legrand Scene Controller to the LC7001?
See page 17, Section 2.3.
12. How do I use my Apple Watch to control the LC7001?
See page 24, Section 2.4.
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