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GreenMAX®
Users Manual
Daylight Harvesting and Dimming Module
Built by the industry, for the industry.
GreenMAX Users Manual
version 2.23
Date: Sept 18, 2011
If this equipment is being used as Emergency Lighting and Power Equipment,
please adhere to the following information.
Apply the “Emergency Circuits” label, provided, to the front of the door
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
When using electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed including the following:
a) READ AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
b) Do not use outdoors.
c) Do not mount near gas or electric heaters.
d) Equipment should be mounted in locations and at heights where it will not readily be subjected to tampering
by unauthorized personnel.
e) The use of accessory equipment not recommended by manufacturer may cause an unsafe condition.
f) Do not use this equipment for other than the intended use.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
All servicing shall be performed by qualified service personnel.
If any Emergency Circuits are fed or controlled from this panel, it must be located electrically where fed from a UPS,
generator, or other guaranteed source of power during emergencey and power outage situations.
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
System Introduction ................................................................................... 5
Overview .......................................................................................................................6
Structure........................................................................................................................7
Enclosure ......................................................................................................................8
Command Module .........................................................................................................9
Relays .........................................................................................................................10
Relay Insert Panels .....................................................................................................12
Handheld Display Unit.................................................................................................13
Installation - Cabinets ................................................................................ 15
Enclosure Sizes ..........................................................................................................16
Plan Installation ...........................................................................................................17
Mounting and Installation ............................................................................................18
Door and Covers .........................................................................................................19
Wiring .......................................................................................................... 21
Low Voltage Wiring - Sensing Devices .......................................................................22
Low Voltage Wiring - Switches ....................................................................................23
Emergency Input .........................................................................................................24
Network ....................................................................................................... 25
LumaCan Network ......................................................................................................26
LumaCan Network Addresses ....................................................................................27
LumaCan Network Topology .......................................................................................28
The Start-Up Process ................................................................................. 29
Overview .....................................................................................................................30
Preparation..................................................................................................................31
Interconnect the Relay Cabinet - Step 1 .....................................................................32
Interconnect the Relay Cabinet - Step 2 .....................................................................33
Interconnect the Relay Cabinet - Step 3 .....................................................................34
Interconnect the Relay Cabinet - Step 4 .....................................................................35
Connect Digital Switches ............................................................................................36
LumaCan Check List ...................................................................................................37
Firmware Upgrade - Step 1 .........................................................................................38
Firmware Upgrade - Step 2 .........................................................................................39
Programming .............................................................................................. 41
Programming Basics ...................................................................................................43
Frequently Asked Questions ..................................................................... 47
Frequently Asked Questions .......................................................................................48
Setting LumaCan Addresses ......................................................................................49
Data Cable Requirements ...........................................................................................50
Ratings ........................................................................................................ 51
Ratings ........................................................................................................................52
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System Introduction
Section 1
System Introduction
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System Introduction
Overview
The GreenMAX Lighting Control System is a microprocessor based, programmable control relay system.
It utilizes LumaCan communication protocol over CAT6 data
lines to communicate between control points in a distributed
control scheme.
The GreenMAX system utilizes the advanced Leviton high
performance relay module. These robust relays perform at
levels previously unavailable in the lighting controls market.
Flexible programming capability, daylight harvesting, zerocross technology, and unmatched control power, create an
energy management system of unparalleled performance.
This Manual outlines the installation and capabilities of
the control system in network and standalone commercial
applications.
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System Introduction
Structure
The main components of the GreenMAX Lighting Control
System are the:
•
Enclosure
•
Command Module
•
Relays
•
Relay Insert Panels
•
Handheld Display Unit
•
Digital Switches
•
Remote Input Cabinet
Ancillary equipment:
•
Occupancy Sensors
•
Photocells
•
Low Voltage Switches
Command Module
Handheld Display Unit
Enclosure
Relay Insert Panel
Relay Module
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Enclosure
The base enclosures are rated NEMA 1. The enclosure is
delivered to the jobsite empty without any of the electronics
or relays installed.
The enclosure is divided into compartments corresponding
to the voltage contained within.
•
The Low Voltage area contains voltages of 24Vdc that
are associated with the system controls.
•
The Lighting and Circuit Wiring area contains voltages
of 24 to 600Vac. These two areas are segregated and
are accessible through separate covers. The cabinet
door opens to provide access to the Low Voltage area
only. The removal of the cabinet side and bottom covers
is required to access the high voltage area. The areas
in the upper left and right corners of the enclosures can
be configured with the partitions provided, to be either
Lighting and Power wire-way or Low Voltage.
Enclosures are available in four sizes to accommodate 8,
16, 32, or 48 relays. They also provide mounting areas for
Command Modules with Low Voltage inputs in quantities of
8 or 16.
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Command Module
Each Command Module has three components:
1.
Power Supply
The Power Supply is a 70W +24Vdc power supply.
It can be connected to a single phase circuit up to
277Vac. Wire leads are provided for this purpose.
The Power Supply provides all necessary power for
the cabinet it is mounted in as well as the ancillary
devices. All output connections are made with RJ45
connectors.
2.
Main Processor Unit
The Main Processor provides the systems
intelligence and memory. It manages all
communications between the LumaCan, Ethernet,
and the relay communication bus. The Emergency
input signal is terminated at the terminal block
provided.
3.
Power Supply
Provides power for
the LumaCan network
devices.
Low Voltage Input card
This card provides all the connection points for low
voltage inputs like occupancy sensors, photocells,
low voltage switches, and contact closures. All
these devices must be +24Vdc devices. A terminal
block is provided for connecting wires to the input
points on the board. The low voltage input cards
are available with either 8 or 16 input points. The
input signals must range between 0 and +10Vdc
(analog) or be two states of either 0 or +24Vdc
(binary).
LumaCan Ports
For interconnection of
devices.
Ethernet Port
BACnet IP native.
Emergency Input
For signal from an
Emergency System or
Fire Alarm System.
LumaCan Ports
For interconnection of
devices.
Low Voltage Input Card
The connection point for all
low voltage (+24Vdc) inputs.
LumaCan Port
For Handheld Display
Unit
Memory
Expansion Card
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USB Port
For flash memory
connection only
Main Processor Unit
The MPU provides all
control and communication
capability.
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Relays
The GreenMAX Relays are available in the following
configurations:
•
Single Pole Latching Basic
•
Single Pole Return to Closed Latching Basic
•
Single Pole Dimming 0-10Vdc
•
Double Pole Latching Basic
•
Double Pole Return to Closed Latching Basic
All of these relay types have the same dimensions and may
be installed anywhere in the cabinet. Any combination or
configuration of relay types can be accomplished with the
standard cabinet.
Manual Actuator
Manually change the state
of the relay. Also indicates
state of relay.
Load Terminals
Insert wires here.
The ratings for these relays are listed in the Ratings section
of this manual.
Line Terminals
Insert wires here.
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Relays
Manual Actuator
Manually change the state
of the relay.
Indicates state of relay.
The GreenMAX Relays are “smart” relays that provide two
way communication with the cabinet processor via the
distribution spine of the Relay Insert Panel. Every relay
can be programmed to operate with any control device
connected to the system regardless of location. The relays
utilize zero-cross technology to extend relay life.
Manual activation of the relay is provided by an external
handle on the relay. This is a direct mechanical link to the
contact set of the relay. The relay can be actuated at any
time even when the Command Module is not energized.
The Dimming and Sensing Relay provides dimming control
for 0-10Vdc syncing ballast or LED driver circuits. The relay
provides control power to the ballast with a single pole relay
contact. The dimming control is provided by the designated
signal terminals on the relay module. This relay module is
the exact physical size as the regular relays and can be
used in any combination.
Alignment Tabs
Insert these tabs into
slots on the Relay
Insert Panel
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Connectors
Communication
connections to the Relay
Insert Panel.
The terminals of the relays are suitable for copper wire
sizes of #14 awg through # 8 awg. All wire should be
twisted together before insertion into the terminals.
The insulation of the conductor should be rated for a
minimum of 600Vac and 75ºC.
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Relay Insert Panels
The individual GreenMAX Relays connect to Relay Insert
Panels that fasten into the enclosure with two screws and
are supported on two mounting tabs. The tabs on the inside
of the relay cabinet align with the notches on the bottom
edge of the Relay Insert Panel. Tip Panel in and fasten in
place with screws provided.
Relay Insert Panels contain quantities of 8 or 16 relays each.
The chart outlines the quantity of Relay Insert Panel required
by each size of enclosure.
Enclosure
Size
No tools are required to remove or install the relays. The
relays snap into place on the Relay Insert Panel. The
distribution spine of the Relay Insert Panel plugs into the
next component above it. This may be a Command Module
or another Relay Insert Panel.
8
16
32
48
NOTE: A blank filler module is required in any space not
occupied by a relay.
Relay Communication Cable
Connect the cable to the
component located above the
Relay Insert Panel. This may be
the Command Module or another
Relay Insert Panel.
Manual Actuator
Manually turn relays ON or OFF
with this lever. Cabinet does not
require power to perform this
operation.
Relay Insert Panels
Qty Required
Relay Count
1
8
1
16
2
16
3
16
Relay
Any combination of relays is
permitted. Empty relay spaces
must be occupied by the Blank
Filler Module.
Mounting Screw Holes
Two (2) screws fasten the
Relay Insert Panel in place.
Relay Locking
Tab
Depress tab and
slide the relay away
from the center to
disengage relay.
Relay Insert Panel
8 Relay Size
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Handheld Display Unit
The GreenMAX Handheld Display Unit provides the
following levels of functionality:
•
Monitoring
The overall system operation can be monitored
from a connected Handheld Display Unit (HDU).
The system clock is displayed on the HDU as well
as sunset and sunrise times. Alarm conditions and
acknowledgements are communicated at this level.
•
Control
The Handheld Display Unit (HDU) provides an
interface with the system intelligence and the
scheduling details. The user can create and modify
real time scheduling agendas and calendars.
•
Configuration
This area of Handheld Display Unit (HDU) provides
access to the building blocks required to set up and
configure the system.
The GreenMAX system will continue to operate without a
HDU plugged in to the system. The system schedule is a
function of the complete system and not the HDU. The HDU
provides real time access to all information available in the
system.
Access to the Handheld Display Unit and the various control
levels are password protected. The end user can create and
save their own secure passwords.
The portability of the HDU maximizes efficiency during
system start-up and commissioning. The HDU can plug into
any available LumaCan port and provide complete control
and configuration capability from that location. A LumaCan
access port is available on each GreenMAX Digital Switch,
Command Module, and Remote Input Cabinet.
Handheld Display Unit: Batteries
The HDU comes complete with 4 rechargeable ‘AA’
batteries. The batteries charge when the HDU is connected
to the LumaCan network. The unit has a typical battery life of
8 hours after a complete charge.
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Installation - Cabinets
Section 2
Installation - Cabinets
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Installation - Cabinets
Enclosure Sizes
The GreenMAX Relay System is available in standard
sizes that contain space for 8, 16, 32, and 48 relays.
8 Relay
The enclosures are delivered to the jobsite empty of any
relays or electronics.
The physical dimensions of the enclosures are listed in the
size chart below.
Dimensions
Cabinet
Size
8
16
32
48
Width
Height
Depth
21”
25”
25”
25”
22”
32”
48”
64”
4”
4”
4”
4”
48 Relay
32 Relay
16
16 Relay
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Plan Installation
It is best to mount the GreenMAX relay cabinet in an area
convenient for maintenance and monitoring. It should be
mounted in combination with a branch circuit panel-board or
distribution panel.
Plan the layout of the installation in advance and provide
adequate space for entry of conduit according to the needs
of the project.
Consideration should be given for routing of circuit
conductors in and out of the cabinet in the most efficient
manner possible.
Locate cabinet to maintain an ambient operating
temperature of 32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C) or 68°F to
86°F (20°C to 30°C) if used as Emergency Lighting Power
Equipment.
Locations should be indoors, free of vibration, stable, dry,
non-corrosive and with non-condensing humidity of less than
90%.
The GreenMAX cabinet is designed for surface mount
applications only.
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Mounting and Installation
Securely mount enclosure to wall using fasteners
appropriate for wall type. Mounting holes are provided
in the enclosure, the upper holes are keyhole slots to
facilitate easy hanging. Any field drilled mounting holes
should be confined to the wire-way areas so that they do
not obstruct the installation of the Relay Insert Panels or
the Command Module.
Install all conduit runs and pull all lighting circuit and power
wiring. It is recommended that all wire be pulled prior to
installing the Command Module and Relay Insert Panels.
This will prevent damage to the electrical components.
Low Voltage Area
Multi-use areas.
Removable barriers partition
these areas (both sides) to meet
field requirements.
Lighting & Power Wire-way
Lighting & Power Wire-way
Mounting holes.
Quantity of holes provided
depends on length of cabinet.
Upper holes are slotted to ease
installation. Additional holes may
be added in the wire-way area
only. Avoid areas reserved for the
Relay Insert Panels and the
Command Module.
Conduit Entry.
Conduits can enter the cabinet
on all four (4) sides. Plan for Low
Voltage conductors at the top of
the enclosure.
Wire-way
48 Relay Cabinet
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Door and Covers
Ventilation
The ventilation slots
should be kept clear of
obstructions
Covers
Are held in place
during construction
by slotted screw hole
and hook/tab feature
The GreenMAX relay cabinet door and cover system
is designed to provide limited access to the interior
components. A locking door covers the low voltage area in
the cabinet. The door can be removed from the cabinet only
when it is swung open and lifted off the hinges.
The wiring and lighting circuit wiring areas are concealed
behind the panel covers. These covers are designed to be
fastened in place with screws after final assembly.
During construction phases easy access to the wiring
compartment is provided by the quick install features of the
three part covers. The left and right covers are each held in
place by a key-hole slot in the cover plate that slides over
a single screw and a hook and tab feature at the top of the
cover.
The cabinet ventilation is provided through the slots in the
door and covers. Keep these areas free of obstructions to
maximize the free flow of air through the cabinet. No fans
are required for cooling.
The door cannot be removed from the hinges when the door
is closed and locked. The latching arm of the lock fits into a
slot in the covers and is concealed by the door. Features in
the hinges also prevent removal of the door.
The inside of the door is labeled with the relay ratings, panel
model number, and cabinet wiring diagram. There is also a
document holder for installation instructions and relay layout
schedule. The Handheld Display Unit mounts to the support
pins on the inside of the cabinet.
Cover
The hook is provided
on both side covers.
Door
The cabinet door
can be locked to
prevent access to
panel.
Cover Fasteners
Screws secure covers
in place on final
assembly
Lower
Ventilation
Plate
Door & Cover Removal
1. Unlock and open door.
2. Lift door off hinges.
3. Remove lower ventilation plate
4. Remove left and right covers.
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Enclosure
This detail applies to
cabinet sizes of 16 , 32,
48. Tabs are provided
for both side covers.
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Wiring
Section 3
Wiring
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Wiring
Low Voltage Wiring - Sensing Devices
Com
Input wiring from ancillary devices are terminated on the
Low Voltage Input Card of the Command Module or Remote
Input Cabinet. The card is mounted on the right side of the
module.
The input terminal blocks on the Low Voltage Input Card are
grouped into sets of 5 terminals. These green blocks may
be removed from the Input Card by pulling straight out away
from the unit. This will make terminating the individual wires
easier. Take note of the terminal designations indicated on
the drawing on the inside of the cabinet door, the markings
on the circuit board, and on the green block itself to avoid
mis-wiring. A 1/8” straight blade or a #1 Phillips screwdriver
can be used to tighten the terminals. Make sure that the
wires are not loose.
The terminal blocks provide the +24Vdc power to the
attached devices. The power to the terminal block will
not be available until the input has been configured by
the user. This will take place during the configuration and
commissioning phase of the installation.
PILOT
Input
Block
OFF
ON
Signal
Fig. 1 - Typical 2 Wire Photocell Connections
COM
Com
+24
+24Vdc
PILOT
Photocell
Input
Block
OFF
Signal
ON
Fig. 2 - Typical 3 Wire Photocell Connections
COM
Com
+24
+24Vdc
Occupancy
Sensor
The input blocks are organized in rows of four with the top
terminals in the rows numbered 1, 5, 9, and 13.
Mis-wiring one of the terminal blocks will result in the
+24VDC turning off until the problem is corrected.
This affects only the incorrect input block and no other
termination points on the card. There are no fuses involved
in this method of protection. When the wiring is corrected,
the power will return.
+24Vdc
+24
Photocell
PILOT
Input
Block
OFF
ON
Signal
Fig. 3 - Typical Occupancy Sensor Connections
Com
+24
Contact
Closure
+24Vdc
PILOT
Input
Block
OFF
Signal
ON
Fig. 4 - Typical Contact Closure Connections
Low Voltage
Input No. 1
Low Voltage
Input No. 13
Low Voltage
Input Card
Low Voltage
Input No. 16
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Low Voltage Wiring - Switches
Com
+24
Low
Voltage
Switch
+24Vdc
PILOT
Input
Block
OFF
Signal
ON
The wiring diagrams on this page detail the typical wiring
connections at the low voltage card of the Command Module
as well as the Remote Input Cabinet. There may be other
configurations depending on what type of switch is being
used.
Fig. 5 - Typical Low Voltage Switch Connections
Low
Voltage
Switch
with LED
COM
Com
+24
+24Vdc
PILOT
Input
Block
OFF
Signal
ON
Fig. 6 - LV Switch 1 Btn Connections
Low
Voltage
Switch
with LED
and Pilot
COM
Com
+24
+24Vdc
LED1
PILOT
Input
Block
OFF
Signal
ON
Fig. 7 - Typical LV Switch 1 Btn with Locator Connections
Low
Voltage
Switch
with LED
and Pilot
COM
Com
ON
+24
+24Vdc
OFF
LOC
PILOT
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Input
Block
Fig. 8 - Typical LV Switch 2 Btn ON/OFF w. Locator
Connections
Low
Voltage
Switch
with LED
and Pilot
COM
Com
BTN1
+24
+24Vdc
BTN2
LED1
PILOT
The GreenMAX system is compatible with a wide variety of
Low Voltage Switches. All Leviton Low Voltages Switches
from the Z-Max product line are directly compatible with the
system. All switches operating at +24Vdc are compatible
with the system as well.
The input terminal blocks on the Low Voltage Input Card are
grouped into sets of 5 terminals. These green blocks may
be removed from the Input Card by pulling straight out away
from the unit. This will make terminating the individual wires
easier. Take note of the terminal designations indicated on
the drawing on the inside of the cabinet door, the markings
on the circuit board, and on the green block itself to avoid
mis-wiring. A 1/8” straight blade or a #1 Phillips screwdriver
can be used to tighten the terminals. Make sure that the
wires are not loose.
The terminal blocks provide the +24Vdc power to the
attached switch. Consult the wiring diagram supplied with
the switch for specific device wiring requirements.
The power to the terminal block will not be available until the
input has been configured by the user. This will take place
during the configuration and commissioning phase of the
installation.
The input blocks are organized in rows of four with the top
terminals in the rows numbered 1, 5, 9, and 13.
Mis-wiring one of the terminal blocks will result in the
+24VDC turning off until the problem is corrected.
This affects only the incorrect input block and no other
termination points on the card. There are no fuses involved
in this method of protection. When the wiring is corrected,
the power will return.
Input
Block
OFF
Sw1
ON
Com
+24Vdc
LED2
Input
Block
PILOT
OFF
Sw2
ON
Fig. 9 - Typical LV Switch 2 Btn with Locator Connections
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Wiring
Emergency Input
Maintained Contacts
Closed when Emergency lighting
is required.
The wiring terminal block for the Emergency Input is
located at the top of the Command Module. The terminal
block is green in color and has two termination points. The
Command Module provides +24 Vdc power to the circuit.
The Emergency Input circuit should be connected in series
with a maintined contact closure that indicates the status of
the building Emergency System or Fire Alarm System. The
contacts should be Normally Open (NO) and close upon
change of power source.
External Device
The response of the relays to the Emergency Input must
be configured. The available relay response types are; ON,
OFF, and Ignore. The default configuration setting is Ignore.
Relay responses are configured during programming setup.
The Emergency Input signal will override all functionality of
the system and force relays to their configured response
state. Relays will return to their previous state after input
signal is removed.
Emergency Input
Terminal blpock
may be removed to
facilitate wiring
The Emergency Input signal only effects the relay cabinet it
is connected to.
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Network
Section 4
Network
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Network
LumaCan Network
Handheld Display Port
The communication network used by GreenMAX is a
proprietary protocol running on CAT6 network cable. The
network is connected together using RJ45 connectors.
Factory assembled cables or field terminated cables can be
used. All connections made in the field must be tested prior
to interconnecting components. Test the cables with a CAT6
cable tester that identifies the wire pairs, their orientation,
and placement.
LumaCan Ports
Termination
Switch
All power supplies, processors, low voltage input cards, and
digital switches are interconnected via CAT6 cable and RJ45
connectors. Power is provided by the power supply and
delivered over the LumaCan network.
Address DIP
Switches
The maximum length of a continuous LumaCan network run
is 1600 feet. End of run terminations must be set at the two
ends of the network. A termination slide switch is provided
on the back of each digital switch for this purpose. A jumper
on two (2) terminal posts for termination is provided on every
Main Processor board and on each Low Voltage Input Card.
Digital Switch
Rear View
Care must be taken to ensure that two (2) terminations
jumpers or slide switches are set on the network. Two
(2) end of run terminations provide optimum network
performance, any other quantity degrades performance.
The LumaCan network must be daisy chained and “home
runs” from devices must be prevented. LumaCan devices
can reside on the network in any order as long as the daisy
chain configuration is maintained.
A yellow LED is provided on each LumaCan device to
indicate network “heartbeat.” The flashing pattern of the LED
can be used to diagnose health of the network.
LumaCan Connectors
LumaCan network connectors on
all components are green in color.
Do not run LumaCan cables adjacent to or in close proximity
to high voltage connectors.
LV Input Heartbeat
Indicates healthy Low
Voltage Input board
processor.
MPU Heartbeat
A yellow LED is provided on
each MPU to indicate proper
processor “heartbeat.”
LumaCan termination
A termination jumper is
provided adjacent to the
Handheld Display Unit port.
Address DIP Switches
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LumaCan Network Addresses
The maximum number of LumaCan addresses on a network
is limited to 250 unique addresses starting with ID 1.
Back of Digital
Switch
There are dip switches that must be set to provide each
device with an address. The device address is calculated by
adding the values of the switches set in the ON position.
Each Main Processor board and Low Voltage Input require
unique addresses and account for a total of two address
when mounted together in a Command Module. The number
of addresses required per device is listed in the table below.
TERM
0
I
Termination Switch
Shown in the ON position
1
ON
Device
Command Module
without LV Input Card
1
Command Module
with LV Input Card
2
1
7
Digital Switches
1, 2, 4 Button
8
Remote Input Cabinet
1
2
3
Address DIP Switches
Address Zero Shown.
All Switches OFF
4
5
6
ID Address DIP Switch
& Termination Switch
ID Address Value = Sum of Switch Values
ID 86 = 2+4+16+64
ID 1
ID 3
ID 4
ID 5
ID 6
ID 38
4
8
16
32
64
128
Switch Value
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ID 86
ON
2
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
1
ID 2
Address Quantity
Required
Network
LumaCan Network Topology
The GreenMAX power supply on the Command Module
provides operating power to all digital switches on the
LumaCan network up to the limits of the power supply. The
power supply provides four (4) ports to connect devices
and network segments. Two (2) of these ports provide
continuous power and should be used to interconnect to
the Main Processor board and the Low Voltage input card.
The other two ports on the power supply have a slide switch
provided to turn power ON or OFF to the segment of the
network connected to it. An illuminated green LED indicates
that there is power at the port. If the switch is turned OFF
and the LumaCan cable is unplugged, the LED will be dark
or OFF. If the LED illuminates after the network cable is
plugged in, this indicates that power from another source is
available on the cable. The switch disconnects the power
supply from the network cable. If the LED remains dark or
OFF when cable is plugged in, this indicates that no power
is present on the cable.
Termination
Switch ON
Relay
Cabinet
ID 3
ID 4
ID 5
Digital Switches
Network
shown is
LumaCan
ID 1 & 2
Type A
Relay
Cabinet
ID 3
ID 4
ID 5
Relay
Cabinet
Digital Switches
The LumaCan network must be daisy chained and “home
runs” from devices must be prevented. LumaCan devices
can reside on the network in any order as long as the daisy
chain configuration is maintained.
ID 6 & 7
ID 1 & 2
Type B
LumaCan network connectors on all components are green
in color.
A yellow LED is provided on each LumaCan device to
indicate network “heartbeat.” The flashing pattern of the LED
can be used to diagnose health of the network.
Termination
Switch ON
Relay
Cabinet
Type A - Digital switches are powered from the relay
cabinet. Termination switch is set to ON in digital switch ID
5 and termination jumper is on at the Command Module, all
other termination switches are in the OFF position.
ID 3
ID 4
Relay
Cabinet
ID 6 & 7
ID 1 & 2
Type B - Digital switches are powered from ONLY ONE of
the relay cabinets. Termination jumper is set to ON in both
of the Command Modules, all other termination switches are
in the OFF position.
ID 5
Digital Switch
Digital Switches
Type C
Type C - Digital switches ID 3 & 4 are powered from relay
cabinet ID 1 & 2. Digital switch ID 5 is powered from Relay
Cabinet ID 6 & 7. Termination switch is set to ON for digital
switch ID 5 and on the Command Module of relay cabinet ID
1 & 2. All other termination switches are in the OFF position.
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The Start-Up Process
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The Start-Up Process
Overview
The GreenMAX system must be assembled and
commissioned prior to full operation. Follow these general
guidelines to perform this operation.
1.
2.
Preparation
•
Plan addresses
•
Acquire firmware upgrade
Build LumaCan network
•
Test cables
•
Interconnect Relay Cabinets
•
Connect Digital Switches
•
Set termination jumpers (2 required)
•
Configure power distribution
3.
Firmware Upgrade
4.
Configure all Low Voltage Input Cards
5.
Build Groups (if required)
6.
Create Schedules
7.
•
Daily Agendas
•
Exception Calendars
Build Areas
•
Assign Schedule to Area
•
Add; Relays, Switch Buttons, Occupancy
Sensors, Photocells
•
Assign Relays to; Switch Buttons, Occupancy
Sensors, Photocells
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1.
Assemble all documentation including but not limited
to; submittal drawings, single line diagrams, relay and
circuit schedules, as built drawings, agenda worksheets.
2.
Required equipment; CAT6/RJ45 cable tester, voltmeter,
#2 Phillips screw-driver, Handheld Display Unit, control
screw-driver (1/8” slotted or Phillips), 8-position modular
plug breakout adaptor.
3.
Visually inspect all wiring and compare to the submittal
drawings. Take note of the position of any Emergency
circuits, voltage barriers, separation of voltages, and
routing of conductors. Work with the electrician to
correct any discrepancies or errors.
4.
Contact Leviton Technical Support for latest firmware
version and load it on a USB thumbdrive memory stick.
5.
CAUTION: Do not work on energized lighting circuits.
Appropriate personal protective equipment should be
worn when the covers are removed and cabinets are
energized.
6.
CAUTION: The manual actuators on the relays are
not to be used as Lock Out or Tag Out locations. This
should only be done at the circuit disconnecting means
such as the circuit breaker or the disconnect.
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Interconnect the Relay Cabinet - Step 1
The GreenMAX system must be commissioned prior to full
operation. Follow these general guidelines to perform this
operation.
1.
Test all LumaCan Cables that have been field
terminated. The termination configuration and wire
pattern must be consistent throughout the system.
Replace any broken or incorrectly wired connectors.
2.
Start to interconnect the system at a relay cabinet. The
connections in the cabinet are indicated on the label
inside the cabinet door.
3.
Check the wiring connections for the circuit that
feeds the Power Supply of the Command Module.
Tight connections should be made to a single-phase
conductor, neutral, and ground. The equipment
grounding conductor should be connected to the
grounding point of the cabinet.
4.
The neutral wire from the Relay Insert Panel should be
connected to the neutral wire of the Power Supply if the
circuit originates from the same source as the lighting
circuits. If this is not the case, a neutral from the lighting
circuit source should be run to the cabinet and make
connection with the Relay Insert Panel. Only one (1)
neutral connection is required.
5.
Inspect the circuit wiring of the lighting circuits and
confirm that all connections are properly made and are
tight. Confirm that circuit and relay layout match the
submittal drawings.
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Interconnect the Relay Cabinet - Step 2
LumaCan
Interconnect Power
Supply and Main
Processor Unit.
1.
Set the ID of the Main Processor Unit (MPU) on the
Command Module to a unique address. A block of DIP
switches is provided for this purpose. Avoid duplicate
addresses. The address will display on the small screen
when the MPU is energized and functioning correctly.
2.
If required, set the termination jumper to ON by sliding
the jumper across the pins provided. These pins are
located beside the forward facing LumaCan port in the
bottom left of the MPU.
3.
Interconnect the Power Supply and the MPU. Plug one
of the supplied network cables into the first port on the
power supply. This is labeled as ‘MPU’. Plug the other
end of the cable into the green LumaCan port at the top
of the MPU.
ID Address
Set address of MPU
with DIP switches.
LumaCan
Termination
Jumper
Two pin jumper
LumaCan
Termination
Jumper
Two pin jumper
LumaCan Port
For Handheld Display
Unit
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The MPU address will
display here.
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Interconnect the Relay Cabinet - Step 3
1.
Set the ID of the Low Voltage Input Card (AI) on the
Command Module to a unique address. A block of DIP
switches is provided for this purpose. Avoid duplicate
addresses.
2.
If required, set the termination jumper to ON by sliding
the jumper across the pins provided. These pins are
located beside the forward facing LumaCan port in the
top left of the Low Voltage Input Card.
3.
Interconnect the Power Supply and the Low Voltage
Input Card. Plug one of the supplied network cables
into the third port on the power supply. This is labeled
as ‘AI’. Plug the other end of the cable into the green
LumaCan port at the top of the Low Voltage Input Card.
LumaCan
Interconnect Power
Supply and Low
Voltage Input Card.
Low Voltage Input Card
The connection point for all
low voltage (+24Vdc) inputs.
ID Address
Set address of Low Voltage Input
card with DIP switches.
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Interconnect the Relay Cabinet - Step 4
LumaCan to Devices
Use this port to connect
LumaCan external
devices.
LumaCan
Interconnect Power
Supply and Main
Processor Unit.
1.
Turn ON the power circuit feeding the relay cabinet
Command Module. The green LEDs on the power
supply will illuminate indicating +24Vdc output at the
network connectors.
2.
The green LEDs indicate power is present at the port
connector. The second and forth ports have a slide
switch that will disconnect power before the connector.
If power is turned OFF the LED will not illuminate. If a
cable is connected to the port and the LED illuminates
this indicates that power from another source is
available on the cable. This is an allowed condition.
3.
The MPU will beep during boot up and the Low Voltage
Input Card will flash all of the troubleshooting red LEDs
adjacent to the input points.
4.
A flashing yellow heartbeat LED on both the MPU and
AI indicates proper LumaCan configuration. If there is
a duplicate ID the screen on the MPU will flash “DUP
ADD” that means duplicate address.
LumaCan
Interconnect Power
Supply and Low
Voltage Input Card.
Power ON LEDs
Illuminated green
LEDs indicate power
at connector.
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Steady flashing
pattern indicates
healthy unit operation.
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Connect Digital Switches
1.
Set the ID of the Digital Switch to a unique address. A
block of DIP switches is provided for this purpose. Avoid
duplicate addresses.
2.
If required, set the termination jumper to ON by sliding
the termination switch provided to the ON position.
This switch is located on the back of the Digital Switch
adjacent to the LumaCan ports.
3.
Plug the LumaCan cables into the Digital Switch. Plug
the network cables into either of the rear jacks on the
switch, do not use the top port as this is reserved for the
Handheld Display Module.
4.
Devices must be connected in a daisy-chain and not a
star pattern. Do not ‘T’ connect branches of LumaCan at
the switches.
5.
Digital Switches can be mounted in a single gang wallbox. The switches can be ganged together as required.
Single gang snap on wall-plates are supplied with each
Digital Switch.
6.
A flashing yellow heartbeat LED on each Digital Switch
indicates a function processor. If there is a duplicate ID
the LED pattern will not be consistent.
7.
LumaCan activity is indictated by flashing the green
LED visible through the slot on side of the Digital Switch
body.
Handheld Display Port
LumaCan Ports
Termination
Switch
DIP Switches
LumaCan Cables
Digital Switch
Rear View
4 Button
2 Button
1 Button
Wall-plate
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Field terminate and test all network cables. Check for
proper pin configuration and connector integrity. Use the
standard TYPE ‘B’ wiring configuration.
□
The LumaCan network must have exactly two (2)
termination jumpers or switches set to the ON position
at the two (2) ends of the network. The termination
jumpers or switches are available at the following
locations:
•
A slide switch on the back of each Digital
Switch is provided for this purpose. The rear
plastic housing is marked with the switch
position.
•
Each Command Module has a termination
jumper that is shipped in the OFF position. It
is located beside the LumaCan port on the
front of the Main Processor Unit. Connecting
the two (2) pins of the jumper together sets the
termination ON.
•
The termination jumper on Low Voltage Input
Card is located beside the LumaCan port.
Connecting the two (2) pins of the jumper
together sets the termination ON.
□
The devices on the network must be daisy chained
together. No ”home runs” or star configurations are
permitted.
□
Each device on the LumaCan network must have a
unique address. There are DIP switches that must
be set to provide each device with an address. The
device address is calculated by adding the values of the
switches set in the ON position.
□
When plugged in to an energized LumaCan network
cable, the yellow ‘heartbeat’ LED on each device should
be flashing the same pattern.
□
The maximum length of a CAT6 LumaCan network is
1600 feet. Do not run cables adjacent to or in close
proximity to high voltage connectors.
□
LumaCan network cables must be contained in the low
voltage area. Do not mix the cables with any of the high
voltage conductors.
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Firmware Upgrade - Step 1
When the LumaCan network is stable and free of duplicate
addresses, an upgrade of the device firmware should be
performed. Return to the system Main cabinet or the most
easily accessible relay cabinet. This local MPU must be
updated first. Follow the steps below:
1.
Contact Leviton Technical Support for instructions for
downloading the firmware upgrade from the GreenMAX
web-site. Savefirmware on a flash memory stick or
thumb-drive.
2.
Plug thumb-drive into USB port on the front of the
Command Module.
3.
Press and hold the SELECT button on the MPU until the
letters SAV appear on the screen.
4.
Press the UP or DOWN arrows until the letters UPd
appear on the screen. Then press SELECT.
5.
Press the UP or DOWN arrows until the letters LoC
appear on the screen. Then press SELECT.
6.
The cursors on the screen will begin to cycle around
screen, this indicates the process has begun.
7.
The screen will return to scrolling the cabinet number
when the process is complete.
Display Screen
Three digit display for
MPU set-up only.
Up/Down Arrows
Use to navigate
between lines.
Select Button
Press to select choice on
screen.
USB Port
Insert flash thumb-drive
for updates.
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Firmware Upgrade - Step 2
When the Local MPU (Step 1) has been successfully
updated, all of the other devices on the network should be
updated. Follow the steps below:
1.
Plug thumb-drive into USB port on the front of the
Command Module.
2.
Press and hold the SELECT button on the MPU until the
letters SAV appear on the screen.
3.
Press the UP or DOWN arrows until the letters UPd
appear on the screen. Then press SELECT.
4.
Press the UP or DOWN arrows until the letters ALL
appear on the screen. Then press SELECT.
5.
The cursor on the screen will begin to cycle around
screen, this indicates the process has begun. The
process is fully automated and will not require any
further interaction.
6.
The screen will return to scrolling the cabinet number
when the process is complete. The larger the system
the longer this will take.
Display Screen
Three digit display for
MPU set-up only.
Up/Down Arrows
Use to navigate
between lines.
Select Button
Press to select choice on
screen.
USB Port
Insert flash thumb-drive
for updates.
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Section 6
Programming
Concepts
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Programming Basics
The flowchart on this page outlines the steps required
to program a GreenMAX system.
AGENDA
Definition: A series of BEHAVIOR transitions that comprise
a 24 hour period. This is a pattern of BEHAVIORS that
mimics the use or operation of a building space.
• A total of 24 behavior transitions is allowed in a 24
hour period.
• Only the start time of a BEHAVIOR is required. The
shortest duration between transitions is one (1)
minute.
• The maximum number of AGENDAS is 32.
BEHAVIOR
Definition: The operational association or relationship
between switches, occupancy sensors, and photocells
in a given area.
• Behaviors are predetermined in the system.
• The list of Behaviors is found on the next few
pages.
SCHEDULE
Definition: A weekly series of AGENDAS. This 7 day series
will continue to operate until the system clock encounters
an EXCEPTION DATE or the start date for a new
SCHEDULE.
• The Start and End dates can be specified for the
operational period of a SCHEDULE.
• The maximum number of SCHEDULES is 24.
EXCEPTION DATES
Definition: A date or series of dates that the current
SCHEDULE will not apply and will not operate.
• There must be a corresponding additional
SCHEDULE built to specify operation during the
EXCEPTION DATE period.
AREA
Definition: A space or zone which corresponds to a building
space or lighting circuit.
• Add Relays first
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1
Set System Clock
• Time Zone
• Astro Clock
2
Perform Network Inventory
• Verify all devices reporting
3
Configure All Low Voltage
Input Cards
• Specify connected devices
4
Create AGENDAS
• Patterns of Behavior
5
Create SCHEDULES
• with exception Calendars
6
Create AREAS
• add Relays
• add Switches
• add Occupancy Sensors
• add Photocells
7
Assign Relays to:
• Switch buttons
• Occupancy Sensors
• Photocells Trigger Points
8
Assign AREAS to
SCHEDULES
Programming - Concepts
BEHAVIORS
Number
Description
Occupancy
Sensor
Photocell
Switch
Time
B1
Lights turned ON with the switch.
Can be turned OFF with switch.
Occupancy Sensor will turn OFF upon vacancy.
OFF
-
ON/OFF
-
B2
Lights turned ON with the Occupancy Sensor
Can be turned OFF/ON with switch.
Occupancy sensor will turn OFF upon vacancy
ON/OFF
-
ON/OFF
-
B3
Occupancy sensor turns lights ON/OFF.
ON/OFF
-
-
-
B4
Switch ON/OFF.
-
-
ON/OFF
-
B5
Time triggers a Blink Warn sequence.
Switch interrupts sequence and starts interval timer.
Will automatically turn Off relay if interval timer reaches zero.
-
-
ON/OFF
Blink/OFF
B6
Turn ON at specific time.
-
-
-
ON
B7
Turn OFF at specific time.
-
-
-
OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
-
-
OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
-
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
-
-
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
-
-
ON/OFF
-
ON
Occupancy Sensor turns ON lights with occupancy.
B8
Measured light levels above Photocell trigger point turns
OFF or keeps lights OFF, below set-point allows control by
Occupancy Sensor.
Occupancy Sensor turns OFF lights with vacancy.
Switch turns ON/OFF lights.
B9
Measured light levels above Photocell trigger point turns
OFF or keeps lights OFF, below set-point allows control by
Switch and Occupancy Sensor.
Occupancy Sensor will turn OFF lights upon vacancy
Occupancy Sensor turns ON lights with occupancy.
B10
Measured light levels above Photocell trigger point turns
OFF or keeps lights OFF, below set-point allows Occupancy
Sensor control.
Switch can turn ON/OFF lights by over-riding Occupancy
Sensor control.
Occupancy Sensor will turn OFF lights upon vacancy.
Switch ON/OFF.
B11
Measured light levels above Photocell trigger point turns
OFF or keeps lights OFF, below set-point allows Switch
control.
B12
Measured light levels above Photocell trigger point turns
OFF or keeps lights OFF, below set-point allows Forced ON
control.
Turn ON at specific time.
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Create Agendas
AGENDA Name:
Transition
Time
Behavior
Variables
No.
Definition: A series of Behavior transitions that comprise a 24
hour period. This is a pattern of Behaviors that mimics the
use or operation of a building space.
A total of 24 Behavior transistions is allowed in a 24
hour period. A transition is defined as a change to a new
Behavior.
1
2
3
Only the start time of a Behavior is required. The shortest
duration between transitions is one (1) minute.
4
5
6
Variable Paremeters can be set for each transition. For
example the delay time on an Occupancy Sensor may be
set to a new value for the next Behavior in the Agenda.
7
8
9
The maximum number of AGENDAS is 32.
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Behavior
Enter the desired number
from the Behavior list.
Time
Enter the desired
transition or start
time for the Behavior.
Variable
Enter the value for the
control parameters. Some
of these are listed below.
Variable Parameters
Occupancy Sensor: Delay Time
Photocell: Trigger Point, Delay Time, Deadband
Switch: Delay Time
Blink Warn: Blink length, Wait Length, ON Time
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Active Date Range
SCHEDULE Name:
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Date Range
Enter Always or a
Start and End date.
To
From
Saturday
Sunday
Active Days
Check these boxes
for each day that
the AGENDA
applies
Exception Dates
1
17
2
18
3
19
4
20
5
21
6
22
7
23
8
24
9
25
10
26
11
27
12
28
13
29
14
30
15
31
16
Exception Dates
Enter the Holiday,
Date(s), Relative
pattern of dates,
or the appropriate
Date Range. These
are the dates that
this Schedule
does not apply or
function on.
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(Holiday, Specific Date, Relative Date, Date Range)
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Section 7
Programming
HDU Usage
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Programming - HDU Usage
Handheld Display Unit
All programming is done through the use of the Handheld
Display Unit (HDU). The HDU plugs into the LumaCan at
any available port in the system.
The HDU is powered by rechargeable batteries which
provide up to 8 hours on a complete charge. The battery
charging circuit of the HDU is activated whenever the HDU
is plugged into the LumaCan. This charging circuit is self
managing and will keep the batteries fully charged.
The status of the batteries and the source of the HDU power
are indicated at the lower right corner of the display screen.
Display Screen
High resolution graphic screen.
Navigate about the screen using the
Navigation Pad and enter data with
the Alphanumeric Keypad. This is not
a touchscreen.
Screen Navigation Keypad
Power Source Indicator
Alphanumeric Keypad
Movement between areas or cells on
the screen is accomplished with the
button keypad on the HDU.
The battery charge level or the power
from LumaCan icon displays in this
corner of the display screen.
Data entry is done with this keypad.
Pressing the button multiple times
changes the entry on the screen.
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Screen Content
Highlight
The current selection
is highlighted by a
dashed line around
the button.
Tab Buttons
The information displayed on the screen is organized
into some standard components. The concepts for their
presentation are outlined here.
Some screens have
informational layers
that can be access by
highlighting a tab and
pressing OK or ENTER.
Scrolling Box
This type of box or cell presents populated lists to choose
from. use the UP or DOWN buttons to scroll through
information. Once desired information is displayed in the cell
select it pressing OK/ENTER or NEXT/BACK.
Combination Scrolling Box
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This type of box or cell presents settings that can be
manipulated several ways. The LEFT/RIGHT buttons move
from character to character while UP/DOWN increments
the characters. Data can be directly enter to overwrite the
highlighted characters Once desired information is displayed
in the cell select it pressing OK/ENTER or NEXT/BACK.
Buttons
These are simple buttons. Their operation is described by
the label that appears on the button. For example:
Cancel - cancels and ignores all data changes made.
Set - accepts the data changes and entries displayed.
Continue - moves to next screen.
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
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Zones
The display screen is organized into three
general zones. Moving from zone to zone is
accomplished by pressing the NEXT/BACK
buttons.
Once inside a zone you may navigate
between cells, boxes, tabs, or buttons with the
LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN arrow buttons.
Programming - HDU Usage
Navigation Keypad
All movement of the cursor is controlled by the Navigation
Keypad. When the individual buttons are pressed they will
click to acknowledge input. This keypad is best operated by
your left thumb if you holding the unit in your hands.
The button functions are outlined in the diagram below. In
most cases the button should only be pressed once. These
buttons provide dual functions based on the cursor location
on the screen.
If the cursor is in a data field, the keypad will manipulate the
characters in the field.
If the cursor is in one of the on-screen buttons, the keypad
will move the cursor from location to location.
ESC
UP
This is the ESCAPE
button.
This is the UP button.
Home
Right
Nav: Move upward between
fields within a zone.
This is the HOME button.
This is the RIGHT button.
Nav: Returns to the Home
screen.
Nav: Moves between
fields within a zone.
Nav: Back to a previous
position or screen.
Data: It will escape from
the immediate entry.
Data: Press to capitlize the next
character entry or scroll through
choices.
Data: Move to next
character space.
Left
This is the LEFT button.
Nav: Moves between
fields within a zone.
Data: Press to move
cursor left of the current
character.
Back
This is the BACK button.
Nav: Moves between
zones on the screen.
Data: It will escape from
the immediate entry.
Down
OK
Next
This is the Down button.
This is the OK button and
is the same operation as
the ENTER.
This is the NEXT button
and is the opposite of the
BACK button.
Nav: Accepts highlighted
choice.
Nav: Moves between
zones on the screen.
Data: Accepts highlighted
choice.
Data: It will escape from
the immediate entry.
Nav: Move downward
between fields within a
zone.
Data: Press to remove
capitlization of the next
character entry or scroll
through choices.
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Alphanumeric Keypad
This keypad operates similar to the way a cellular telephone
keypad operates for text messaging. Each time a button
is pressed, a different character will appear on the screen.
Each button is assigned a short series of characters. The
series will cycle through each and repeat automatically.
A pause between button presses will move the cursor to
the next character position. Pressing the LEFT arrow will
backspace the cursor and erase the character.
To enter a capitalized or upper case character, press the
UP arrow prior to entering the new character. To turn off the
uppercase function, press the DOWN arrow.
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ENTER
Clear
Enter
This is the ENTER button
and is the same operation
as the OK.
Nav: Accepts highlighted
choice.
Data: Accepts highlighted
choice.
Clear
This is the CLEAR.
Data: This will function as
a backspace and delete
the previous character.
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Data Entry Techniques
Many of the data field s in the display screens require
the entry of data such as names and labels. All of this
information is stored in the GreenMAX system and is
accessible from any HDU that is plugged into the system.
However only one HDU should be plugged into the system
at a time.
Hall
It is important to know how to enter and manipulate
information through the HDU. Many of these techniques
follow the pattern of modern text messaging.
The example on this page demonstartes how an AREA
name can be entered into a data field.
Description: Hall
Display
First Press
Results in
GHI
Press
4
Results in
G
Results in
H
Pause
Results in
H
Press
Results in
H
Results in
Ha
Results in
Ha
Results in
Hal
5
Results in
Hall
Press
Next
Results in
Press
OK
GHI
Press again
4
ABC
Press
2
Pause
JKL
Press
5
JKL
Press again
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Programming
Details
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Offline Screen
If this screen is displayed on the HDU it is indicating that
there is a problem with the LumaCan network.
Check the following items and correct any of the
deficiencies.
1.
Check and test all cables for proper pin configuration.
2.
Confirm that the run of LumaCan is continuous, without
breaks or interuptions.
3.
Check that all cables are properly seated in the
LumaCan jacks. All devices should display a blinking
amber status LED. To correct, unplug and reconnect the
device or press the device reset button.
4.
Check all addresses on the LumaCan to ensure there
are no duplicate numbers. All devices ship with the
default address of zero (0), this will prevent the device
from participating on the network and must be changed.
5.
Press
Check the location of the end of line termination
jumpers. There must be two (2) jumpers set on each run
of LumaCan. The digital swicthes have a termination
slide switch on the back of the unit for convenient
jumper setting. Each MPU and Low Voltage Input
Card have a pair of pins and a jumper provided for this
purpose. No more than two (2) jumpers should be set
on a run.
6.
Confirm that all SD Cards are properly seated in their
slots.
7.
Confirm that all power supplies are energized and that
there green LEDs are illuminated.
8.
Confirm that the HDU is plugged into and part of the
LumaCan network.
OK
If CONNECT is pressed but the screen
below appears this indicates that a
problem exisits. Correct and try again.
When all of these have been checked and corrections made,
press the highlighted CONNECT screen button.
Press
OK
To clear warning message.
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Project Name Screen
This screen will appear when communication with the
LumaCan has been established.
Enter the name of the project in the Data field as required.
Test
Data Entry
Use the Alphanumeric keypad to enter the project name into
the data field. Examples of the button press sequence can
be found in the previous section.
Press
Next
When complete, press NEXT to
highlight the CREATE screen button.
Test
Press
OK
To accept information and create project.
A progress bar will be displayed to
indicate that a Project is being created on
the system. An inventory of the network
will be conducted. See Inventory screen
for explanation.
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Inventory Screen
The system will perform and create a Network Inventory. All
devices that are connected to the LumaCan network and
active will be listed on the resulting tree diagram.
Each device will report the following information:
1.
Node ID- this is the address that is set by the DIP
switches.
2.
Device Type - this will list the type of device such as
digital switch with button count.
3.
Firmware Version - the current loaded firmware version
will be listed here. All similar types of devices should be
at the same firmware version level.
A summary message will appear at the end of the
procedure. Press the OK button to close message box.
Review the Network Inventory list and make any corrections
necessary to match this list to the actual installed devices.
Press
OK
To clear result message.
Press
OK
To accept information and continue.
System will automatically progress to the
Set Time screen.
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Set Time Screen
This screen will appear automatically and display the current
settings of the system clock.
Make all necessary changes and complete by clicking the
Set screen button.
Time zone can be selected by pressing the NEXT button to
highlight the cell and using the UP or DOWN arrow to scroll
through the choices.
Press
Next
When complete, press NEXT to
highlight the SET screen button.
Press
OK
To accept information and save the Time
settings.
Press
Next
When complete, press NEXT to
highlight the CONTINUE screen button.
Press
OK
To advance to the next screen.
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System Defaults
Permanent Time Master
During the initial set up of the GreenMAX system, the
Permanent Time Master for the network can be specified.
This is an optional setting and if used, should be the most
conveniently located cabinet in the system. This will be the
cabinet that syncronizes the time clocks of all devices on the
network.
Blink Warn Settings
The Blink Warn function for the system is activated by
check the box beside Blink Warn Enabled. The settings
listed below will be distributed to all relays in the system.
The settings can be changed on an individual relay basis
elsewhere in the program. The variables are:
1.
BW Time - this is the duration of the OFF blink in
seconds
2.
BW Delay - this is the length of time the system waits
to receive a button press that indicates the space is
occupied. No button press will turn the relays off.
3.
BW Overide (Ovrd) - this is the length of time the relays
remain on before the cycle continues again.
Press
Next
When complete, press NEXT to
highlight the SET screen button.
Press
To accept information and save the
settings. This will also advance to the next
screen.
Emergency Action
The response of all of the relays to an inpout at the cabinet
emergency input terminal block is set here. This setting will
be distributed to all of the relays in the system. The setting
can be changed on an individual relay basis elsewhere in
the program. The three (3) types of response are:
1.
Ignore - the relays will not change state. They will stay
in the position they were in prior to the input signal.
2.
ON - the relays will close to turn ON the loads.
3.
OFF - the relays will open to turn of the loads.
OK
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Section 9
Frequently Asked Questions
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Frequently Asked Questions
What do the green LEDs on the Command Module
Power Supply indicate?
There are four (4) green LEDs on the Power Supply that
will illuminate when there is output power (+24Vdc) at the
corresponding connection port. Two (2) of the connection
ports are provided power at all times. Two (2) of the
connection points have selectable power output that is
configured by the slide switch adjacent to the LED window to
the OFF position. This turns off the power from this individual
port. If the LED illuminates when the cable is plugged in,
this indicates that power from another power supply is
available on the cable. This is an acceptable condition or
configuration.
How are the GreenMAX devices powered?
The Power Supplies of the GreenMAX system are provided
with each Command Module and Remote Low Voltage Input
Cabinet. When interconnected, the Main Processor Unit
(MPU) and Low Voltage Input Card (AI) derive their power
from the Power Supply directly. The Digital Switches and the
Handheld Display Unit are powered when connected to the
LumaCan network.
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How are LumaCan Addresses set?
The maximum number of LumaCan addresses on a network
is limited to 250 unique addresses starting with ID 1.
Back of Digital
Switch
There are dip switches that must be set to provide each
device with an address. The device address is calculated by
adding the values of the switches set in the ON position.
TERM
0
I
Termination
Switch
Shown in the
ON position
ON
1
2
3
Address DIP
Switches
4
5
Address Zero
Shown. All
Switches OFF
6
7
8
ID Address DIP Switch
& Termination Switch
ID Address Value = Sum of Switch Values
ID 86 = 2+4+16+64
ID 1
ID 3
ID 4
ID 5
ID 6
ID 38
4
8
16
32
64
128
Switch Value
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ID 86
ON
2
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
1
ID 2
FAQs
What type of data cable is
required for LumaCan?
Definitions:
CAT6 Cable - PREFFERED
A 4 pair high performance cable that consists of twisted pair
conductors. This cable standard is much higher than that
of CAT5 cable and improves the quality of manufacture,
twist pattern of the wire pairs, and heavier gage wire. It was
designed for performance characteristics of up to 250MHz.
CAT5E Cable
A 4 pair high performance cable that consists of twisted
pair conductors. This cable type is typically used for data
transmission. The twisting of the pairs provides the cable a
certain amount of immunity from unwanted interference.
CAT5 Cable
Do not use this type of cable.
The table below lists the required properties for the Category
types. The cable you select for the installation must meet or
exceed the parameters listed.
PREFFERED
Characteristic
Specified frequency range
Category 6
Category 5E
1 - 250 MHz
1 - 100 MHz
36 dB
24 dB
NEXT
33.1 dB
30.1 dB
Power-sum NEXT
30.2 dB
27.1 dB
ACR
-2.9 dB
6.1 dB
Power-sum ACR
-5.8 dB
3.1 dB
ELFEXT
15.3 dB
17.4 dB
Power-sum ELFEXT
12.3 dB
14.4 dB
8 dB
10 dB
546 nsec
548 nsec
50 nsec
50 nsec
Attenuation
Return loss
Propagation delay
Delay Skew
PREFFERED
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The maximum number of LumaCan addresses on a network
is limited to 250 unique addresses starting with ID 1.
Blink Warn
There are dip switches that must be set to provide each
device with an address. The device address is calculated by
adding the values of the switches set in the ON position.
This is the Blink Warn Functionality which briefly blinks OFF
the lights to warn room occupants that the lights are about
to be turned off, turns the lights ON and waits for a button
press to o.
BW Time
Blink Warn Time. The BW Time is the length of the warning
OFF duration. The time units are seconds. This is user
configurable.
BW Delay
Blink Warn Delay. The BW Delay is the length of the waiting
ON period. It is during this time that occupants may press a
switch button to postpone the turning OFF of the lights. The
time units are minutes. This is user configurable.
BW Ovrd
Blink Warn Override. The BW Ovrd is the length of the
temporary ON period that starts when occupants press a
switch button. When this period of time has elapsed, the
Blinkwarn sequence will start again.The time units are
minutes. This is user configurable.
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Ratings
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Ratings
Ratings
Double-Pole Relay Ratings
Single-Pole Relay Ratings
RELAY-2TB
RELAY-1TB
RELAY-2CB (Return To Closed)
RELAY-1CB (Return To Closed)
Double-Pole, Latching Relay Module 50/60 Hz.
Single-Pole, Latching Relay Module 50/60 Hz.
•
208/240VAC, 20A, Tungsten Halogen Incandescent
•
24-277VAC, 20A, Tungsten Halogen Incandescent
•
208/240/480VAC, 30A, Ballast
•
24-277VAC, 30A, Ballast
•
600VAC, 20A, Ballast
•
347VAC, 20A, Ballast
•
208/240/480VAC, 1HP Motor
•
120VAC, 1/2 Hp Motor
•
240/277VAC, 1 Hp Motor
Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more
than 25,000A RMS SYM. at 2407VAC max when protected
by a circuit breaker having an interrupting capacity of not
less than 25,000A RMS SYM. at 240VAC and an ampere
rating of not more than 30A.
RELAY-1DS Single-Pole Dimming 0-10Vdc, Latching Relay
Module, 50/60 Hz.
24-277VAC, 30A, Ballast
347VAC, 20A, Ballast
Class 1 Control 0-10 VDC, 50 mA max sinking
Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more
than 14,000A RMS SYM. at 480VAC max when protected by
a circuit breaker having an interrupting capacity of not less
than 14,000A RMS SYM. at 480VAC and an ampere rating
of not more than 30A.
Control wire range #18-#12AWG copper
Control wire terminal torque: 14 IN-LBS
Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more
than 25,000A RMS SYM. at 277VAC max when protected by
a circuit breaker having an interrupting capacity of not less
than 25,000A RMS SYM. at 277VAC and an ampere rating
of not more than 30A.
Suitable for use on a circuit capable of delivering not more
than 18,000A RMS SYM. at 347VAC max when protected by
a circuit breaker having an interrupting capacity of not less
than 18,000A RMS SYM. at 347VAC and an ampere rating
of not more than 20A.
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Remote Input Cabinet
Command Module
Power Supply
Power Supply
70 Watts, Class 2
70 Watts, Class 2
Input:
Input:
100-277Vac 50/60Hz
Output: +24Vdc
Output: +24Vdc
Ports 1 & 2 Combined 1500 mA ea.
Ports 1 & 2 Combined 1500 mA ea.
Ports 3 & 4 Combined 1500 mA ea.
Ports 3 & 4 Combined 1500 mA ea.
Analog Input Board
Command Module
Input:
100-277Vac 50/60Hz
Input:
+24Vdc 1 Watt (plus connect loads),
+24Vdc 1 Watt (plus connected loads),
Class 2
Class 2
Output: +24Vdc
Analog Input Board
8 Ports at 40 mA ea. (RLV08-110)
Input:
16 Ports at 40 mA ea. (RLV16-110)
+24Vdc 1 Watt (plus connect loads),
Enclosure Environmental
Class 2
NEMA1
Output: +24Vdc
8 Ports at 40 mA ea. (RPM08-108)
Ambient Temperature Range: 0°C - 40°C
16 Ports at 40 mA ea. (RPM16-116)
(32°F - 104°F)
Relative Humidity: < 90% non-condensing
Enclosure Environmental
NEMA1
Ambient Temperature Range: 0°C - 40°C
Listings
UL508, UL924, cUL, CEC Title 24 compliant,
ASHRAE 90.1 compliant
(32°F - 104°F)
Relative Humidity: < 90% non-condensing
Warranty
Listings
Cabinet backed by 2-year warranty
UL508, UL924, cUL, CEC Title 24 compliant,
ASHRAE 90.1 compliant
Warranty
Relay Modules backed by 10-year warranty
Relay Panels backed by 2-year warranty
Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc. Lighting Management
Systems
20497 SW Teton Avenue, Tualatin, OR 97062
Telephone: 1-800-736-6682 • FAX: 503-404-5594 •
Tech Line (6:00AM-4:00PM P.S.T. Monday-Friday):
1-800-959-6004
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GreenMAX®
Programming Manual
Daylight Harvesting and Dimming Module
Built by the industry, for the industry.
Daylight Harvesting and Dimming Module
GreenMAX Programming Manual
Daylight Harvesting and Dimming Module
V2.14
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Daylight Harvesting and Dimming Module
INDEX
SECTION 1
PAGE
Behavior Descriptions and Settings
Behavior 1
Dimming with Manual Control with Auto OFF
4
Behavior 2
Dimming with Manual Control with Auto ON/OFF
5
Behavior 3
Dimming with Auto ON/OFF
6
Behavior 4
Dimming with Manual ON/Bright/Dim/OFF Control
7
Behavior 6
Dimming ON Command
8
Behavior 7
Dimming Off Command
9
Behavior 8
Dimming with Auto ON/OFF and Light Hold Off
10
Behavior 9
Dimming with Manual ON/Bright/Dim/OFF, Auto Off, and Light Hold Off
11
Behavior 10
Daylight Harvesting with Photocell, Manual ON/Bright/Dim/OFF, Auto ON/OFF
12
Behavior 11
Dimming with Manual ON/OFF and Light Hold Off
13
SECTION 2
Programming Details
Overview
Behavior 4
15
Step 1
Behavior 4 – Create a Schedule
16
Step 2
Behavior 4 – Configure Devices
21
Step 3
Behavior 4 – Create an Area
24
Step 4
Behavior 4 – 4 Switch Buttons
27
Overview
Behavior 10
35
Step 1
Behavior 10 – Create a Schedule
36
Step 2
Behavior 10 – Configure Devices
41
Step 3
Behavior 10 – Create an Area
46
Step 4
Behavior 10 – Switch Buttons
49
Step 5
Behavior 10 – Occupancy Sensors
57
Step 6
Behavior 10 - Photocells
60
SECTION 3
Support Information
Definitions
64
Photocell Signals and Calibration
65
Low Voltage Connection Diagrams
66
FILENAME
GREENMAX DIMMING AND
DAYLIGHT HARVESTING
MANUAL V2.14D.VSD
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Key
<Add>
-NameNEXT
Details
Daylight Harvesting and Dimming Module
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Behavior Descriptions and Settings
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Key – Dimming with Manual Control and Auto Off
B1
<Add>
On screen button.
Operation
-NameLabel ofDescription
on onscreen entry field
NEXT 1. Button
on keypad
Occupancy
Sensor will, upon vacancy, turn Off the lights after delay period expires.
Details
Screen Name
2.
Manual operation of dimming module. Switch buttons can be configured for ON/Bright/Dim/OFF function.
3.
The Bright and Dim buttons provide fade Up/Down control of the light level.
Occupancy Sensor
Switch Button Settings
-- B1 – DEVICE SETTINGS -Button Type
Description
Initial Level
Delay
Override
Assign to
On DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
Bright DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
Dim DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
Off DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
*Range 0 to 100%. A complete Off of relay is represented by 0%.
**This value is set to created a timed switch button. Time will start when the button is pressed. When this time expires,
lights will fade to Off.
Device Type
Description
Initial Level
Delay
Override
Assign to
Occupancy Sensor
Enter as required
Ignore
Set to a value*
Range 0 to 256
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
*This Delay setting is the typical occupancy sensor delay before lights will turn off. It is in addition to
the value set in the device itself
NOTES
1.
This Dimming Behavior applies only to the Dimming and Sensing relays.
2.
This behavior can be used with any quantity of buttons and is not exclusive to the 4 button Switch.
3.
This behavior can utilize either a Digital switch or a Low Voltage switch button.
4.
There is no photocell involved with this behavior.
5.
Switch buttons can be configured as Timed Switch buttons.
6.
The Occupancy Sensor will turn the lights Off only.
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Key – Dimming with Manual Control and Auto ON/Off
B2
<Add>
On screen button.
Operation
-NameLabel ofDescription
on onscreen entry field
NEXT 1. Button
on keypad
Occupancy
Sensor will, upon occupancy, turn On the lights to the configured Initial Level.
Details
Screen Name
2.
Manual operation of dimming module. Switch buttons can be configured for ON/Bright/Dim/OFF function.
3.
The Bright and Dim buttons provide fade Up/Down control of the light level.
4.
Occupancy Sensor will, upon vacancy, turn Off the lights after delay period expires.
Occupancy Sensor
Switch Button Settings
-- B1 – DEVICE SETTINGS -Button Type
Description
Initial Level
Delay
Override
Assign to
On DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
Bright DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
Dim DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
Off DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
*Range 0 to 100%. A complete Off of relay is represented by 0%.
**This value is set to created a timed switch button. Time will start when the button is pressed. When this time expires,
lights will fade to Off.
Device Type
Description
Initial Level
Delay
Override
Assign to
Occupancy Sensor
Enter as required
Set to a value**
Range 0 to 100%
Set to a value*
Range 0 to 256
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
*This Delay setting is the typical occupancy sensor delay before lights will turn off. It is in addition to
the value set in the device itself
**This is percentage of output of the 0-10VDC module
NOTES
1.
This Dimming Behavior applies only to the Dimming and Sensing relays.
2.
This behavior can be used with any quantity of buttons and is not exclusive to the 4 button Switch.
3.
This behavior can utilize either a Digital switch or a Low Voltage switch button.
4.
There is no photocell involved with this behavior.
5.
Switch buttons can be configured as Timed Switch buttons.
6.
The Occupancy Sensor will turn the lights both On and Off.
7.
The lights will fade from level to level including both On and Off.
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Key – Dimming with Auto ON/OFF
B3
<Add>
On screen button.
Operation
-NameLabel ofDescription
on onscreen entry field
NEXT 1. Button
on keypad
Occupancy
Sensor will, upon occupancy, turn On the lights to the configured Initial Level.
Details
Screen Name
Occupancy Sensor will, upon vacancy, turn Off the lights after delay period expires.
-- B3 – DEVICE SETTINGS -Occupancy Sensor
2.
Device Type
Description
Initial Level
Delay
Override
Assign to
Occupancy Sensor
Enter as required
Set to a value**
Range 0 to 100%
Set to a value*
Range 0 to 256
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
*This Delay setting is the typical occupancy sensor delay before lights will turn off. It is in addition to
the value set in the device itself
**This is percentage of output of the 0-10VDC module
NOTES
1.
This Dimming Behavior applies only to the Dimming and Sensing relays.
2.
There are no photocells or switches involved with this behavior.
3.
The Occupancy Sensor will turn the lights both On and Off.
7.
The lights will fade between On and Off.
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Key – Dimming with Manual ON/Bright/Dim/OFF
B4
<Add>
On screen button.
Operation
-NameLabel ofDescription
on onscreen entry field
NEXT 1. Button
on keypad
Manual
operation of dimming module.
Details
Screen Name
2.
Switch buttons can be configured for ON/Bright/Dim/OFF function.
3.
The Bright and Dim buttons provide fade Up/Down control of the light level.
Switch Button Settings
-- B4 – DEVICE SETTINGS -Button Type
Description
Initial Level
Delay
Override
Assign to
On DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
Bright DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
Dim DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
Off DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
*Range 0 to 100%. A complete Off of relay is represented by 0%.
**This value is set to created a timed switch button. Time will start when the button is pressed. When this time expires,
lights will fade to Off.
NOTES
1.
This Dimming Behavior applies only to the Dimming and Sensing relays.
2.
This behavior can be used with any quantity of buttons and is not exclusive to the 4 button Switch.
3.
This behavior can utilize either a Digital switch or a Low Voltage switch button.
4.
There is no photocell or occupancy sensor involved with this behavior.
5.
Switch buttons can be configured as Timed Switch buttons.
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Key – Dimming ON Command
B6
<Add>
On screen button.
Operation
-NameLabel ofDescription
on onscreen entry field
NEXT 1. Button
on keypad
Turn On
at a specific time.
Details
Screen Name
-- B6 – DEVICE SETTINGS -No devices required
NOTES
1.
This Dimming Behavior applies only to the Dimming and Sensing relays.
2.
There are no photocells, occupancy sensors, or switches involved with this behavior.
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Key – Dimming OFF Command
B7
<Add>
On screen button.
Operation
-NameLabel ofDescription
on onscreen entry field
NEXT 1. Button
on keypad
Turn Off
at a specific time.
Details
Screen Name
-- B7 – DEVICE SETTINGS -No devices required
NOTES
1.
This Dimming Behavior applies only to the Dimming and Sensing relays.
2.
There are no photocells, occupancy sensors, or switches involved with this behavior.
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Key – Dimming with Auto ON/OFF and Light Hold Off
B8
<Add>
On screen button.
Operation
-NameLabel ofDescription
on onscreen entry field
NEXT 1. Button
on keypad
Occupancy
Sensor will, upon occupancy, turn On the lights to the configured Initial Level.
Details
Screen Name
2.
Occupancy Sensor will, upon vacancy, turn Off the lights after delay period expires.
3.
System monitors Photocell input signal and compares it to the Photocell Target Level. Lights will turn Off or will be held Off above the
Target Level. Below the Target Level, lights will be permitted to turn On.
Photocell
Occupancy Sensor
-- B8 – DEVICE SETTINGS -Device Type
Description
Initial Level
Delay
Override
Assign to
Occupancy Sensor
Enter as required
Set to a value**
Range 0 to 100%
Set to a value*
Range 0 to 256
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
*This Delay setting is the typical occupancy sensor delay before lights will turn off. It is in addition to
the value set in the device itself
**This is percentage of output of the 0-10VDC module
Device Type
Description
Daylight
Harvesting
Speed
Deadband
Artificial
Zero
Target
Level
Assign to
Closed Loop
Enter as required
Ignore
Set to a value
10% is typical
‘Disabled’
Set to required*
Relay or Group
* Target level is percentage of photocell input range and is the desired measured light level in the space
NOTES
1.
This Dimming Behavior applies only to the Dimming and Sensing relays.
2.
There is no switch involved with this behavior.
3.
The Occupancy Sensor will turn the lights both On and Off if the light level is below the Photocell Target Level.
7.
The lights will fade between On and Off.
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Key – Dimming with Manual ON/Bright/Dim/OFF, Auto OFF and Light Hold Off
B9
<Add>
On screen button.
Operation
-NameLabel ofDescription
on onscreen entry field
NEXT 1. Button
on keypad
Occupancy
Sensor will turn OFF lights with vacany detection after delay period expires.
Details
Screen Name
2.
Switch buttons can be configured for ON/Bright/Dim/OFF function. The Bright and Dim buttons provide fade Up/Down control of the
light level.
3.
System monitors Photocell input signal and compares it to the Photocell Target Level. Lights will turn Off or will be held Off above the
Target Level. Below the Target Level, lights will be permitted to turn On.
Photocell
Occupancy Sensor
Switch Button Settings
-- B9 – DEVICE SETTINGS -Button Type
Description
Initial Level
Delay
Override
Assign to
On DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
Bright DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
Dim DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
Off DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
*Range 0 to 100%. A complete Off of relay is represented by 0%.
**This value is set to created a timed switch button. Time will start when the button is pressed. When this time expires,
lights will fade to Off.
Device Type
Description
Initial Level
Delay
Override
Assign to
Occupancy Sensor
Enter as required
Ignore
Set to a value*
Range 0 to 256
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
*This Delay setting is the typical occupancy sensor delay before lights will turn off. It is in addition to
the value set in the device itself
Device Type
Description
Daylight
Harvesting
Speed
Deadband
Artificial
Zero
Target
Level
Assign to
Closed Loop
Enter as required
Ignore
Set to a value
10% is typical
‘Disabled’
Set to required*
Relay or Group
* Target level is percentage of photocell input range and is the desired measured light level in the space
NOTES
1.
This Dimming Behavior applies only to the Dimming and Sensing relays.
2.
This behavior can be used with any quantity of buttons and is not exclusive to the 4 button Switch.
3.
This behavior can utilize either a Digital switch or a Low Voltage switch button.
3.
The Occupancy Sensor will turn the lights Off.
7.
The lights will fade between On and Off.
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Key – Daylight Harvesting with Photocell, Manual ON/Bright/Dim/OFF, Auto ON/OFF
B10
<Add>
On screen button.
Operation
-NameLabel ofDescription
on onscreen entry field
NEXT 1. Button
on keypad
Occupancy
Sensor will turn On lights with detection of Area occupancy. Vacancy will turn Off the lights after delay period expires.
Details
Screen Name
2.
Switch buttons can be configured for ON/Bright/Dim/OFF function. The Bright and Dim buttons provide a temporary manual override
of the light level. The duration of the manual override is configurable.
3.
The Photocell Target Level drives the daylight harvesting by continuously measuring the light level and adjusting the output of the
Dimming Module accordingly.
Switch Button Settings
-- B10 – DEVICE SETTINGS -Button Type
Description
Initial Level
Delay
Override
Assign to
On DS Button
Enter as required
Ignore
‘N/A’
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
Bright DS Button
Enter as required
Ignore
‘N/A’
Set to a value*
Range 0 to 256
Relay or Group
Dim DS Button
Enter as required
Ignore
‘N/A’
Set to a value*
Range 0 to 256
Relay or Group
Off DS Button
Enter as required
Ignore
‘N/A’
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
Photocell
Occupancy Sensor
*The Override time represents the length of time the temporary manual override of the photocell Target Level will be in
effect. Pressing these buttons will initialize the override by increasing or decreasing the light level.
Device Type
Description
Initial Level
Delay
Override
Assign to
Occupancy Sensor
Enter as required
Ignore
Set to a value*
Range 0 to 256
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
*This Delay setting is the typical occupancy sensor delay before lights will turn off. It is in addition to
the value set in the device itself
Device Type
Description
Daylight
Harvesting
Speed
Deadband
Artificial
Zero
Target
Level
Assign to
Closed Loop
Enter as required
‘Fast’
Set to a value
10% is typical
‘Disabled’
Set to required*
Relay or Group
* Target level is percentage of photocell input range and is the desired measured light level in the space
NOTES
1.
This Dimming Behavior applies only to the Dimming and Sensing relays.
2.
The Closed Loop photocell is the best suited for this application.
3.
The Target Level of the photocell drives the Daylight Harvesting.
4.
The system monitors the input value from the photocell and compares it to the photocell Target Level. If the input
value is below the Target Level the DS relay module will increase output. If the input level is above the target
Level, the DS relay module will decrease output.
5.
The Daylight Harvesting Speed setting will determine the speed of response from the system for changes in light
levels. There are three settings; Fast, Slow, test.
6.
When the occupancy sensor turns on the relay in response to someone entering the Area, the lights will fade up to
the Photocell Target Level or the last known level if a manual override is still in effect.
7.
All of the devices listed above must be configured for this Behavior to operate properly.
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Key – Dimming with Manual ON/OFF and Light Hold Off
B11
<Add>
On screen button.
Operation
-NameLabel ofDescription
on onscreen entry field
NEXT 1. Button
onbuttons
keypad can be configured for ON/Bright/Dim/OFF function. The Bright and Dim buttons provide fade Up/Down control of the
Switch
Details
Screen
Name
light level.
System monitors Photocell input signal and compares it to the Photocell Target Level. Lights will turn Off or will be held Off above the
Target Level. Below the Target Level, lights will be permitted to turn On.
Switch Button Settings
-- B11 – DEVICE SETTINGS --
Photocell
3.
Button Type
Description
Initial Level
Delay
Override
Assign to
On DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
Bright DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
Dim DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
Off DS Button
Enter as required
Set to a value*
Set to a value**
‘N/A’
Relay or Group
*Range 0 to 100%. A complete Off of relay is represented by 0%.
**This value is set to created a timed switch button. Time will start when the button is pressed. When this time expires,
lights will fade to Off.
Device Type
Description
Daylight
Harvesting
Speed
Deadband
Artificial
Zero
Target
Level
Assign to
Closed Loop
Enter as required
Ignore
Set to a value
10% is typical
‘Disabled’
Set to required*
Relay or Group
* Target level is percentage of photocell input range and is the desired measured light level in the space
NOTES
1.
This Dimming Behavior applies only to the Dimming and Sensing relays.
2.
This behavior can be used with any quantity of buttons and is not exclusive to the 4 button Switch.
3.
This behavior can utilize either a Digital switch or a Low Voltage switch button.
3.
There is no Occupancy Sensor involved with this behavior.
7.
The lights will fade between On and Off.
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Details
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Programming Details
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Key
B4 Dimming with Manual Control - Programming Overview
<Add>
On screen button.
-Name- Label
on onscreen
field the typical steps required to program a GreenMAX system to provide Dimming
Thisofsection
willentry
present
NEXT
Button
on keypad
functionality.
Details
Screen Name
The fundamental components required for Dimming control are:
GreenMAX Dimming and Switching Relay Modules – RELAY-1DS
4 Button Switch - either Low Voltage or Digital
Office Dimming Schedule
Monday to Sunday
8:00am Office Dimming
5:00pm
OFF sweep
B4
Lights will be controlled by:
Switch Buttons (4): On Button – turn ON at 80%
Bright Button
Dim Button
Off Button
B7
Lights will be turned OFF
Programming Checklist
Create a schedule.
Configure switch buttons. (On/Bright/Dim/Off)
Create an Area.
Assign a schedule to an Area.
Add relays to Area.
Add switch buttons to area.
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Step 1: Create a Schedule
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Programming operation of the GreenMAX is based on running Schedules.
A Schedule can be considered a default seven (7) day pattern of operation.
The following rules apply:
An Area requires a Schedule to operate.
Only one Schedule can be assigned to an Area.
A Schedule can be assigned to multiple Areas.
Schedules reside in the GreenMAX system and can be accessed
through the Handheld Display Unit (HDU).
Step 1.1
Project: Dimming
Monitor
Control
To create a Schedule, enter the <Control> section of the
Handheld Display Unit (HDU) software.
Understanding the Screen
There are three sections of the HDU software. The sections
under the buttons are:
<Monitor> - Used to check the system time/date, relay status
<Control> - Access Scheduling
<Config> - Configuration of system including set-up of Areas
Config
OK
Step 1.2
Schedules
The first <Control> HDU screen lists the existing Schedules
available in your GreenMAX System. The screen shown indicates
that there are no Schedules available or created.
Name
By navigating to <Add> and pressing OK, this will initiate the
creation of a Schedule.
Add
Edit
Other Options
To modify an existing Schedule, highlight the appropriate
Schedule on the list. Navigate to <Edit> and press OK, to
initiate the modification of the selected Schedule.
Delete
Schedules Calendars
Clock
To delete an existing Schedule, highlight the appropriate
Schedule on the list. Navigate to <Delete> and press OK, to
erase the selected Schedule.
OK
Step 1.3
Dimming
Next
The screen is entered with the -Name- field highlighted. Enter
the desired name of your Schedule using the alpha numeric
keypad of the HDU. When complete, press the NEXT button on
the navigation keypad. The cursor will advance to the <Monday>
button.
Ignore this area during this process
Ignore this area during this process
Understanding the Screen
The label value of “Inactive” shown on the <Monday> button
indicates that there is currently no Behavior transitions
programmed for this day. The same is true for all days,
Monday through Sunday, of this schedule.
There are no Exception Calendars associated with this
Schedule.
OK
This Schedule has not been assigned to any Areas.
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.4
Agenda For Schedule: Dimming
Start Time
Behavior
Add
The screen is entered at the first line of the Agenda. There are a
total of 24 Behavior Transition times available per day. Clicking
OK will advance to the Behavior Transition Detail screen.
Mon
Tue
Wed
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday, as shown here.
<OK> - Will save the settings or changes
<Cancel> - Will discard the changes
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
OK
Step 1.5
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 1
Absolute Time
12:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Cancel
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Next
8:00 AM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Ignore this area during this process
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Next
Understanding the Screen
<Offset> provides access to Sunrise and Sunset settings for
Astronomical clock times.
-BW Time-, -BW Delay-, -BW Ovrd- - These are the
Blinkwarn settings that apply to this Behavior Transition
only. They will override the Global Blinkwarn Settings set in
the System Settings section.
Next
Step 1.6
Use a combination of the UP and DOWN arrows as well as the
NEXT button to change the time to 8:00 AM.
Behavior 4
Absolute Time
The Behavior Transition Detail screen is entered at the Behavior
selection box. Use the UP or DOWN arrows to choose the desired
Behavior. Consulate the Behavior chart in the Manual for
descriptions. For this example change to Behavior 4.
Cancel
Understanding the Screen
-Swt Delay- is used if the switch in the associated Area is to
function as a Timed Off switch. This is the amount of time the
lights will stay On after a button press, and before they will
turn Off.
-Occ Delay- This is the amount of time the lights will stay On
after the occupancy sensor does not detect occupancy and
before they will turn Off.
-PC Delay- This is the amount of time the lights will stay On
after the photocell trigger point is exceeded and
before they will turn Off.
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.7
Agenda For Schedule: Dimming
Start Time
8:00 AM
Behavior
Add
Behavior
4
Add
Navigate to the Add line of the list, in this case the second line.
Click OK to advance to the Behavior Transition Detail screen.
Mon
Tue
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday, as shown here.
A transition to Behavior 4 will occur Monday at 8:00 AM.
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
OK
Step 1.8
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 1
Absolute Time
12:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Cancel
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Next
Next
Next
Step 1.9
Use a combination of the UP and DOWN arrows as well as the
NEXT button to change the time to 5:00 PM. When complete, use
the NEXT button to navigate to the <OK> on screen button.
Behavior 7
Absolute Time
5:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Swt Delay
The Behavior Transition Detail screen is entered at the Behavior
selection box. Use the UP or DOWN arrows to choose the desired
Behavior. Consulate the Behavior chart in the Manual for
descriptions. For this example change to Behavior 7 (OFF).
Ignore this area during this process
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Cancel
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.10
Agenda For Schedule: Dimming
Start Time
8:00 AM
5:00 PM
Behavior
Behavior
4
Add
Behavior 7
Add
To apply this Agenda or pattern of Behavior to each day of the
week press Next to advance to the Day column.
Mon
Tue
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday, as shown here.
A transition to Behavior 4 will occur Monday at 8:00 AM.
A transition to Behavior 7 will occur Monday at 5:00 PM.
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
Next
Step 1.11
Agenda For Schedule: Dimming
Start Time Behavior
8:00 AM
Behavior
4
Add
5:00 PM
Behavior 7
Add
Press Next to the -Tuesday- check box.
Press -OK- to check the box, this will add Tuesday to the active
list.
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
Next
Repeat this button
press combination to
fill all check boxes
(Mon thru Sun)
OK
Step 1.12
Agenda For Schedule: Dimming
Start Time Behavior
8:00 AM
Behavior
4
Add
5:00 PM
Behavior 7
Add
Mon
Use a combination of the NEXT and OK to fill in the Tuesday
through Sunday check boxes.
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday through Sunday.
A transition to Behavior 4 will occur each day at 8:00 AM.
A transition to Behavior 7 will occur each day at 5:00 PM.
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.13
Dimming
To save the Schedule, press the NEXT button on the navigation
keypad to advance to the <Save> button.
Understanding the Screen
The label value of “MTWTFSS -“ on the <Monday> through
<Sunday> indicates that the same Agenda applies to each of
these days.
MTWTFSS
MTWTFSS
MTWTFSS
MTWTFSS
There are no Exception Calendars associated with this
Schedule.
MTWTFSS
MTWTFSS
This Schedule has not been assigned to any Areas.
MTWTFSS
Step 1.14
Schedules
There is only one Schedule available in the system for the
dimming pattern of behavior.
Name
Dimming
To navigate to the Home screen press the HOME button.
Other Options
To modify an existing Schedule, highlight the appropriate
Schedule on the list. Navigate to <Edit> and press OK, to
initiate the modification of the selected Schedule.
Add
Edit
To delete an existing Schedule, highlight the appropriate
Schedule on the list. Navigate to <Delete> and press OK, to
erase the selected Schedule.
Delete
Schedules Calendars
Clock
To adjust the system clock, navigate to <Clock> and press OK.
Home
Project: Dimming
Monitor
Control
Config
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Step 2: Configure Devices
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
The GreenMAX can be configured to handle a wide variety of input
devices. These devices operate at +24vdc and are wired to an input
terminal on the Low Voltage (AI) board. Each terminal port must be
configured to match the device and its expected functionality.
The following Low Voltage input devices can be connected to the system:
Occupancy sensors.
Photocells.
Switches.
Contact closures.
Step 2.1
Project: Dimming
Monitor
Control
The configuration steps of the Low Voltage Input Card is
performed in the <Config> section of the HDU software.
Understanding the Screen
There are three sections of the HDU software. The other
two sections under the buttons are:
<Monitor> - Used to check the system time, relay status
<Control> - Access Scheduling
Config
OK
Step 2.2
Next
Use a combination of the UP and DOWN arrows as well as the
NEXT button to navigate to the <Inputs> onscreen button. Press
OK to select.
OK
Step 2.3
LumaCan
0:16
0:4
Type
AI
DS
Edit
Tools
Panels
The Inputs listing shows a Digital Switch at LumaCan ID 4. This is
a 4 button Digital Switch to be used for Dimming control.
Highlight the device and move the indicator to the appropriate
device line. Use the UP and DOWN arrows to move about the
list. Use NEXT to navigate to the <Edit> button.
Description
Input Board@0:16
Digital Switch@0:4
Inputs
OK
Groups
Areas
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 2.4
LumaCAN: 0:4
Description
Id
1
Next
Digital Switch@0:4
The Digital Switch Detail screen provides an ID setting for
informational purposes. This can match the switch number on
the building floor plan. For this exercise this will be set to 12.
A switch -Description- field is provided that can be filled with a
maximum of 25 characters of information.
OK
Btn.#
1
2
3
4
Type
Momentary DS Button
Momentary DS Button
Momentary DS Button
Momentary DS Button
Locate
Description
Button 1
Button 2
Button 3
Button 4
OK
Next
Use the UP or DOWN arrows on the keypad to navigate up or
down the list.
Cancel
Step 2.5
Button #: 1
Type
Momentary DS Button
Description
Button 1
Next
OK
Cancel
Button function must be configured. Highlight the Button
number and press OK to enter the editing screen.
These fields fill the list on the previous screen.
The Digital Switch Button Details screen is used to configure the
individual button function and to name the button. Use the UP
and DOWN arrows on the keypad to display the desired button
function.
The Description field should be used to document the function of
the individual buttons. This field is for user reference only.
Understanding the Screen
The type options are:
Momentary DS Button
On DS Button
Bright DS Button
Dim DS Button
Off DS Button
Button #: 1
Type
On DS Button
Description
ON
OK
Cancel
OK
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 2.6
LumaCAN: 0:4
Description
Btn.#
1
2
3
4
Id
This illustration shows the recommended configuration for a
Digital Switch used for dimming control application. The button
Type fields should match those shown. Each field should be
adjusted individually. Button descriptions are entered on the
Button Detail Screen shown previous.
12
Dimming 1
Type
On DS Button
Bright DS Button
Dim DS Button
Off DS Button
Locate
Use the UP or DOWN arrows on the keypad to navigate up or
down the list.
Description
On
Bright Btn
Dim Btn
Off
OK
Use NEXT and BACK to navigate between sections on the screen.
Understanding the Screen
The ID number are for information purposes and can
be used to match assigned project switch numbers.
Cancel
OK
Step 2.7
LumaCan
0:16
0:4
Type
AI
DS
Description
Input Board@0:16
Dimming 1
The Inputs list has a Digital Switch at ID 4 and is described as
Dimming 1.
Next
Use the UP and DOWN arrows to move about the list. Use NEXT
to navigate to the <Areas> button.
Edit
Tools
Panels
Inputs
Groups
Areas
Step 2.8
LumaCan
0:16
0:4
Type
AI
DS
Description
Input Board@0:16
Dimming 1
The Inputs list has an Low Voltage Input Board (AI) at LumaCan
ID 16 and a Digital Switch (DS) at LumaCan ID 4 that is described
as Dimming 1.
Use NEXT to navigate to the <Areas> button. Press OK to
advance to the Areas maintenance screen.
Edit
Tools
Panels
Inputs
Groups
Areas
OK
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Step 3: Create an Area
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 3.1
Areas
The Areas screen lists all the current Areas available in the
system. At this step there are no existing Areas. To create a new
Area navigate to the <Add> onscreen button and press OK.
Name
Add
Tools
Edit
Panels
Inputs
Understanding the Screen
There are no Areas in this system.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Edit>
selecting this onscreen button will allow
editing of the highlighted Area in the list.
<Delete> selecting this onscreen button will permanently
remove the highlighted Area from the list.
<Tools>
use to navigate to the System Tools screen.
<Panels> use to navigate to the Relay Panel Detail Screen
<Groups> use to navigate to the Group building screen
<Areas> use to navigate to the Areas configuration screen
Delete
Groups
Areas
OK
Step 3.2
Areas Details
Next
Description
Office
Schedule
Dimming
Next
Save
Cancel
Enter the desired Area name and detail in the -Description- field.
Enter as much information as practical.
The Area must be assigned to a Schedule. An area can only be
assigned to one schedule at a time. All of the available system
Schedules will appear in the -Schedule- list box.
Understanding the Screen
To appear in the -Schedule- list box, Schedules must be
created prior to entering this screen. See the “Create a
Schedule” section.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Save>
selecting this onscreen button will create the
Area, save it, and add advance to the next
screen
<Cancel> used to discard entries
OK
Step 3.3
Areas Details
Description
Office
Schedule
Dimming
The newly created Area will contain relays and associated control
devices. Additional navigation buttons are available to navigate
to screens that populate or edit the contents of the Area. To add
relays to the Area, navigate to the <Relay> onscreen button and
press OK.
Areas
Details
Relays
OK
Switches
OCC
PC
Understanding the Screen
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Areas> use to navigate to the Areas list screen
<Relays> selecting this onscreen button will allow
the addition/editing of assigned relays
<Switches>
selecting this onscreen button to add/edit
assigned switches
<OCC>
selecting this onscreen button to add/edit
assigned Occupancy Sensors
<PC>
selecting this onscreen button to add/edit
assigned Photocells
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 3.4
Relays
Panel
The Relays screen lists all the current relays assigned to the Area.
To add a new relay to the Area navigate to the <Add/Delete>
onscreen button and press OK.
Name
Understanding the Screen
There are currently no relays assigned to the Area.
Add/Delete
Details
Relays
Switches
OCC
PC
OK
Step 3.5
Add/Delete
Available
-
Assigned
Panels
Panel@0:3
Relay 01
Relay 02
Relay 03
Relay 04
Relay 05
Relay 06
Relay 07
Panels
OK
Available
Panels
- Panel@0:3
Relay 01
Relay 02
Relay 03
Relay 04
Relay 05
Relay 06
Relay 07
The left side of the screen under the heading -Available- lists all
of the relays that have not been assigned to an Area. If the
desired relay is not on this list it has been assigned to another
Area. Relays are displayed according to the panel they are
installed in. All unassigned relays in the system can be seen on
this list.
Understanding the Screen
Complete panels may be collapsed by highlighting name on
the list pressing OK.
Description of the onscreen button:
<OK>
selecting this onscreen button will save the
selections made and return to the Relays list
screen.
Step 3.6
Add/Delete
-
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Details>
use to navigate to the Area Details screen
<Switches>
selecting this onscreen button to add/edit
assigned switches
<OCC>
selecting this onscreen button to add/edit
assigned Occupancy Sensors
<PC>
selecting this onscreen button to add/edit
assigned Photocells
Assigned
Panels
Relays are added to the Area by moving them from the
-Available- list to the -Assigned- list. This is accomplished by
highlighting the desired relay on the left side of the screen and
using the right arrow to move it to the right side of the screen.
Understanding the Screen
Currently there are no relays assigned to this Area.
Relays 01 through 07 are available for assignment.
Relay 01 of Panel 3 has been selected as a candidate for
assignment to the Area.
OK
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 3.7
Add/Delete
Available
-
Assigned
Panels
Schedules
Panel@0:3
Relay 02
Relay 03
Relay 04
Relay 05
Relay 06
Relay 07
Relay 08
-
Panels
Schedules
Panel@0:3
Classes
Relay 01
Next
Relays are deleted from the Area by moving them from the
-Assigned- list to the -Available- list. This is accomplished by
highlighting the desired relay on the right side of the screen and
using the left arrow to move it to the right side of the screen.
To accept the assignment, navigate to the -OK- onscreen button
and press OK or Enter.
Understanding the Screen
Currently Relay 01 of Panel 3 has been assignment to the
Area.
Relays 02 through 07 are available for assignment.
OK
OK
Step 3.8
Relays
Panel
Panel@0:3
The -Relays- screen lists the relays assigned to the Area. This list
will be displayed each time this section of the Area information is
entered. The next common step is to add switch buttons to the
Area.
Name
Relay 01
Understanding the Screen
Currently only Relay 01 of Panel 3 has been assignment to
the Area.
There are two navigating paths to the next screen. Using the
<Switches> onscreen button skips a screen and goes directly
to the -Switches- screen.
Add/Delete
Details
Relays
Switches
OCC
PC
OK
OK
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Switches>
use to navigate to the -Switches- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
Areas Details
Description
Office
Schedule
Dimming
Areas
Details
Relays
Switches
OCC
PC
OK
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Step 4: Switch Buttons
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 4.1
Switches
Id
Input
The -Switches- screen lists the switch buttons assigned to the
Area. This list will be displayed each time this section of the Area
information is entered. The next common step is to add switch
buttons to the Area.
Button
Understanding the Screen
Currently there are no switch buttons assigned to the Area.
OK
Add
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
PC
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
Add Switch to Area
Id
12
12
12
12
Input
Button
Step 4.2
Dimming 1
On
Dimming 1
Bright Btn
Dimming 1
Dim Btn
The -Add Switch to Area- screen lists the available and
unassigned switch buttons for the system. As a switch button is
assigned to an Area, it is removed from this list.
Dimming 1
Off
Understanding the Screen
The highlighted button, button 1 of the switch at LumaCan
address 4 can be added to the Area by selecting the <Add>
onscreen button.
Add
Cancel
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Cancel>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
OK
Step 4.3
Switches
Id
12
Input
Button
Dimming 1
On
The -Switches- screen lists the switch buttons assigned to the
Area. This list will be displayed each time this section of the Area
information is entered.
Understanding the Screen
Currently button 1 of the switch at LumaCan address 4 is
assigned to the Area.
Add
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
PC
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Add>
use to navigate to the -Add Switch to Areascreen
<Delete>
use to delete the highlighted button
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 4.4
Digital Switch Button Details
Button #: 1
Type: On DS Button
Next
Initial Level 80%
Id: 12
Next
Ignore
Delay
N/A
Description
Override N/A
Understanding the Screen
The -Description- field can be edited on this screen.
Information from the Digital Switch Detail screen will be
displayed here.
Ignore the settings of -Delay- and -Override-.
On
Relay / Group
Add/Delete...
Next
OK
Cancel
OK
Available
-
Assigned
Panels
Panel@0:3
Relay 01
Groups
Panels
Groups
OK
Available
Panels
- Panel@0:3
Relay 01
01
Relay
Groups
The left side of the screen under the heading -Available- lists all
of the relays that have been assigned to an Area. If the desired
relay is not on this list it has not been assigned to this Area.
Relays are displayed according to the panel they are installed in.
Use the navigation keypad to highlight the desired relay.
Understanding the Screen
Complete panels may be collapsed by highlighting name on
the list pressing OK.
Description of the onscreen button:
<OK>
selecting this onscreen button will save the
selections made and return to the Relays list
screen.
Step 4.6
Add/Delete
-
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<OK>
save the selections made and return to the
Switches list screen.
<Cancel>
use to discard entries and return to previous
screen
Step 4.5
Add/Delete
-
This screen configures the characteristics of the switch button.
Enter the value for On in the -Initial Level- field, this exercise
requires 80%. The -Relay / Group- list will be populated with the
corresponding controlled relays or groups.
Assigned
Panels
Groups
Relays are assigned to the Switch button by moving them from
the -Available- list to the -Assigned- list. This is accomplished by
highlighting the desired relay on the left side of the screen and
using the right arrow to move it to the right side of the screen.
Understanding the Screen
Currently there are no relays assigned to this Switch Button.
Relay 01 of Panel 3 has been selected as a candidate for
assignment to the Switch Button.
OK
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 4.7
Add/Delete
Available
-
Relay 01 is assigned to the control of the Switch Button.
To remove it, highlight the relay in the -Assigned- list and press
the Left arrow button of the navigation keypad. The relay will
move back to the -Available- list on the left side of the screen.
Assigned
Panels
Panel@0:3
--
Groups
Panels
Schedules
Panel@0:3
Classes
Relay 01
Groups
Understanding the Screen
Relay 01 of Panel 3 has is assigned to the Switch Button.
No other relays are currently available in the Area.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<OK>
use to accept entries and navigate to the
-Digital Switch Button Details- screen
OK
OK
Step 4.8
Digital Switch Button Details
Button #: 1
Type: On DS Button
Initial Level 80%
Id: 12
Delay
N/A
Description
Override N/A
Understanding the Screen
Relay 01 of Panel 3 has is assigned to the Switch Button.
Relay 01 of Panel 3 will start daylight harvesting when button
1 of switch ID: 12 is pressed.
The settings of -Initial Level-, -Delay- and -Override- do not
apply.
On
Relay / Group
Relay 01
Add/Delete
OK
Cancel
OK
Input
Button
Dimming 1
On
Add
OK
Details
Relays
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<OK>
use to accept entries and navigate to the
-Switches- screen
<Cancel> use to abandon entries and navigate to the
-Switches- screen
Step 4.9
Switches
Id
12
Relay 01 is assigned to the control of the Switch Button 1.
To remove it, highlight the relay in the -Assigned- list and press
the Left arrow button of the navigation keypad. The relay will
move back to the -Available- list on the left side of the screen.
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
All four of the Buttons for the Switch must be assigned to the
Area. This summary list will be displayed each time this section
of the Area information is entered. Navigate to the <Add> button
and press OK button on the keypad.
PC
Understanding the Screen
Currently there is one switch button assigned to the Area.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Edit>
use to navigate to the -Digital Switch Button
Details- screen to make modifications to
settings of the highlighted button
<Delete>
use to delete the highlighted button from the
Area
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 4.10
Add Switch to Area
Id
12
12
12
Input
Button
Dimming 1
Bright Btn
Dimming 1
Dim Btn
Dimming 1
Off
The -Add Switch to Area- screen lists the available and
unassigned switch buttons for the system. As a switch button is
assigned to an Area, it is removed from this list.
Understanding the Screen
The highlighted button, Bright Btn button of the switch ID 12
at LumaCan address 4 can be added to the Area by selecting
the <Add> onscreen button.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Cancel>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
Add
Cancel
OK
Step 4.11
Switches
Id
12
12
Input
Button
Dimming 1
On
Dimming 1
Bright Btn
Add
OK
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
The -Switches- screen lists the switch buttons assigned to the
Area. This summary list will be increase as each button is added.
Understanding the Screen
Currently 2 buttons are assigned; On, Bright Btn of
switch ID 12 at LumaCan address 4.
PC
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Add>
use to navigate to the -Add Switch to Areascreen
<Delete>
use to delete the highlighted button
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
Step 4.12
Add Switch to Area
Continue to add all of the relevant buttons to the Area.
Id
12
12
Input
Button
Dimming Zone 1
Dim Btn
Dimming Zone 1
Daylight Off
Understanding the Screen
The highlighted button, Dim Btn button of the switch ID 12
at LumaCan address 4 can be added to the Area by selecting
the <Add> onscreen button.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Cancel>
use to navigate to the -Area Detailsscreen
Add
Cancel
OK
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 4.13
Switches
Id
12
12
12
Input
Button
Dimming 1
On
Dimming 1
Bright Btn
Dimming 1
Dim Btn
Add
OK
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
The -Switches- screen lists the switch buttons assigned to the
Area. This summary list will be increase as each button is added.
Understanding the Screen
Currently 3 buttons are assigned; On, Bright Btn, Dim Btn of
switch ID 12 at LumaCan address 4.
PC
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Add>
use to navigate to the -Add Switch to Areascreen
<Delete>
use to delete the highlighted button
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
Step 4.14
Add Switch to Area
Continue to add all of the relevant buttons to the Area.
Id
12
Input
Button
Dimming 1
Off
Understanding the Screen
The highlighted button, Off button of the switch ID 12 at
LumaCan address 4 can be added to the Area by selecting the
<Add> onscreen button.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Cancel>
use to navigate to the -Area Detailsscreen
Add
Cancel
OK
Step 4.15
Switches
Id
12
12
12
12
Input
Button
Dimming 1
On
Dimming 1
Bright Btn
Dimming 1
Dim Btn
Dimming 1
Off
Add
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
OK
All four of the buttons for the switch have been added to the
Area. Each of the buttons must be assigned to the relay to be
controlled. The On button was previously configured in Step 4.4.
Navigate to the <Edit> button and press OK button on the
keypad to configure each button of the remaining three buttons.
PC
Understanding the Screen
Currently there is one switch button assigned to the Area.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Delete>
use to delete the highlighted button from the
Area
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 4.16
Switches
Id
12
12
12
12
The three new buttons listed on the -Switches- screen require
configuration. Highlight the desired button and navigate to the
<Edit> onscreen button.
Input
Button
Dimming 1
On
Dimming 1
Bright Btn
Dimming 1
Dim Btn
Dimming 1
Off
Add
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
Understanding the Screen
Currently all buttons of the switch at LumaCan address 4 are
assigned to the Area.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Add>
use to navigate to the -Add Switch to Areascreen
<Delete>
use to delete the highlighted button
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
PC
OK
Step 4.17
Digital Switch Button Details
Button #: 2
Type: Bright DS Button
Next
Ignore
Initial Level 50%
Id: 12
Ignore
Delay
N/A
Description
Next
Override N/A
Bright Btn
Next
Relay / Group
Add/Delete...
Next
OK
Cancel
The Bright DS button will temporarily increase the light level
from the Target Level of the photocell. The -Relay / Group- list
will be populated with the corresponding controlled relays or
groups.
Understanding the Screen
Ignore the settings of -Initial Level-, -Delay-, and -Override-.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<OK>
save the selections made and return to the
Switches list screen.
<Cancel>
use to discard entries and return to previous
screen
OK
Step 4.18
Add/Delete
Available
-
Panels
Panel@0:3
Groups
Use the instructions outlined in Steps 4.5 through 4.7 to assign
Relay 01 to the control of the Switch Button.
To remove it, highlight the relay in the -Assigned- list and press
the Left arrow button of the navigation keypad. The relay will
move back to the -Available- list on the left side of the screen.
Assigned
--
Panels
Schedules
Panel@0:3
Classes
Relay 01
Groups
Understanding the Screen
Relay 01 of Panel 3 has is assigned to the Switch Button.
No other relays are currently available in the Area.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<OK>
use to accept entries and navigate to the
-Digital Switch Button Details- screen
OK
OK
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 4.19
Switches
Id
12
12
12
12
Configure the next button listed on the -Switches- screen.
Highlight the desired button and navigate to the <Edit> onscreen
button.
Input
Button
Dimming 1
On
Dimming 1
Bright Btn
Dimming 1
Dim Btn
Dimming 1
Off
Add
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
Understanding the Screen
Currently all buttons of the switch at LumaCan address 4 are
assigned to the Area.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Add>
use to navigate to the -Add Switch to Areascreen
<Delete>
use to delete the highlighted button
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
PC
OK
Step 4.20
Digital Switch Button Details
Button #: 3
Type: Dim DS Button
Next
Ignore
Initial Level 50%
Id: 12
Ignore
Delay
Description
Next
Ignore
N/A
Override N/A
Dim Btn
Next
Relay / Group
Add/Delete...
Next
OK
Cancel
The Bright DS button will temporarily decrease the light level
from the Target Level of the photocell. The -Relay / Group- list
will be populated with the corresponding controlled relays or
groups.
Understanding the Screen
Ignore the settings of -Initial Level-, -Delay-, and -Override-.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<OK>
save the selections made and return to the
Switches list screen.
<Cancel>
use to discard entries and return to previous
screen
OK
Step 4.21
Add/Delete
Available
-
Panels
Panel@0:3
Groups
Use the instructions outlined in Steps 4.5 through 4.7 to assign
Relay 01 to the control of the Switch Button.
To remove it, highlight the relay in the -Assigned- list and press
the Left arrow button of the navigation keypad. The relay will
move back to the -Available- list on the left side of the screen.
Assigned
--
Panels
Schedules
Panel@0:3
Classes
Relay 01
Groups
Understanding the Screen
Relay 01 of Panel 3 has is assigned to the Switch Button.
No other relays are currently available in the Area.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<OK>
use to accept entries and navigate to the
-Digital Switch Button Details- screen
OK
OK
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 4.22
Switches
Id
12
12
12
12
The three new buttons listed on the -Switches- screen require
configuration. Highlight the desired button and navigate to the
<Edit> onscreen button.
Input
Button
Dimming 1
On
Dimming 1
Bright Btn
Dimming 1
Dim Btn
Dimming 1
Off
Add
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
Understanding the Screen
Currently all buttons of the switch at LumaCan address 4 are
assigned to the Area.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Add>
use to navigate to the -Add Switch to Areascreen
<Delete>
use to delete the highlighted button
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
PC
OK
Step 4.23
Digital Switch Button Details
Button #: 4
Type: Off DS Button
Next
Initial Level 0%
Id: 12
Ignore
Delay
Ignore
N/A
Description
Override 20 min
Understanding the Screen
Ignore the settings of -Delay- and -Override-.
Off
Relay / Group
Add/Delete...
Next
OK
Cancel
The Off DS button will turn Off the zone. The light level will dim
to zero output and turn off the relay. The -Relay / Group- list will
be populated with the corresponding controlled relays or groups.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<OK>
save the selections made and return to the
Switches list screen.
<Cancel>
use to discard entries and return to previous
screen
OK
Step 4.24
Add/Delete
Available
-
Panels
Panel@0:3
Groups
Assigned
--
Panels
Schedules
Panel@0:3
Classes
Relay 01
Groups
Use the instructions outlined in Steps 4.5 through 4.7 to assign
Relay 01 to the control of the Switch Button.
To remove it, highlight the relay in the -Assigned- list and press
the Left arrow button of the navigation keypad. The relay will
move back to the -Available- list on the left side of the screen.
Understanding the Screen
Relay 01 of Panel 3 has is assigned to the Switch Button.
No other relays are currently available in the Area.
OK
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<OK>
use to accept entries and navigate to the
-Digital Switch Button Details- screen
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Daylight Harvesting - Programming Overview
On screen button.
Label
on onscreen
field the typical steps required to program a GreenMAX system to provide Dimming
Thisofsection
willentry
present
Button
on keypad
functionality.
Screen Name
The fundamental components required for Dimming control are:
GreenMAX Dimming and Switching Relay Modules – RELAY-1DS
Low Voltage Photocell – 24VDC with analogue 0 to 10VDC output range - mandatory
Low Voltage Occupancy Sensor – 24VDC with On/Off signal output – optional
4 Button Switch - either Low Voltage or Digital
Office Dimming Schedule
Monday to Sunday
8:00am Office Dimming
5:00pm
OFF sweep
B10
Lights will be controlled by their respective devices:
Occupancy Sensors – 10 minute delay
Photocells – 35 foot-candle initial target value – 10 minute delay
Switch Buttons (4): On Button – starts Daylight Harvesting
Bright Button – with Over- ride time
Dim Button – with Over-ride time
Off Button – fades lights to OFF
B7
Lights will be turned OFF
Programming Checklist
Create a schedule.
Configure Low Voltage inputs as required.
(occupancy sensors, photocells, low voltage switches)
Configure switch buttons. (On/Bright/Dim/Off)
Create an Area.
Assign a schedule to an Area.
Add relays to Area.
Add switch buttons to area.
Assign relays to switch buttons
Add occupancy sensor to Area.
Assign relays to occupancy sensor.
Add photocell to area.
Assign relays to the photocell.
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Step 1: Create a Schedule
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Programming operation of the GreenMAX is based on running Schedules.
A Schedule can be considered a default seven (7) day pattern of operation.
The following rules apply:
An Area requires a Schedule to operate.
Only one Schedule can be assigned to an Area.
A Schedule can be assigned to multiple Areas.
Schedules reside in the GreenMAX system and can be accessed
through the Handheld Display Unit (HDU).
Step 1.1
Project: Dimming
Monitor
Control
To create a Schedule, enter the <Control> section of the
Handheld Display Unit (HDU) software.
Understanding the Screen
There are three sections of the HDU software. The sections
under the buttons are:
<Monitor> - Used to check the system time/date, relay status
<Control> - Access Scheduling
<Config> - Configuration of system including set-up of Areas
Config
OK
Step 1.2
Schedules
The first <Control> HDU screen lists the existing Schedules
available in your GreenMAX System. The screen shown indicates
that there are no Schedules available or created.
Name
By navigating to <Add> and pressing OK, this will initiate the
creation of a Schedule.
Add
Edit
Other Options
To modify an existing Schedule, highlight the appropriate
Schedule on the list. Navigate to <Edit> and press OK, to
initiate the modification of the selected Schedule.
Delete
Schedules Calendars
Clock
To delete an existing Schedule, highlight the appropriate
Schedule on the list. Navigate to <Delete> and press OK, to
erase the selected Schedule.
OK
Step 1.3
Office Dimming
Next
The screen is entered with the -Name- field highlighted. Enter
the desired name of your Schedule using the alpha numeric
keypad of the HDU. When complete, press the NEXT button on
the navigation keypad. The cursor will advance to the <Monday>
button.
Ignore this area during this process
Ignore this area during this process
Understanding the Screen
The label value of “Inactive” shown on the <Monday> button
indicates that there is currently no Behavior transitions
programmed for this day. The same is true for all days,
Monday through Sunday, of this schedule.
There are no Exception Calendars associated with this
Schedule.
OK
This Schedule has not been assigned to any Areas.
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.4
Agenda For Schedule: Office Dimming
Start Time
Behavior
Add
The screen is entered at the first line of the Agenda. There are a
total of 24 Behavior Transition times available per day. Clicking
OK will advance to the Behavior Transition Detail screen.
Mon
Tue
Wed
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday, as shown here.
<OK> - Will save the settings or changes
<Cancel> - Will discard the changes
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
OK
Step 1.5
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 1
Absolute Time
12:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Cancel
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Next
8:00 AM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Ignore this area during this process
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Next
Understanding the Screen
<Offset> provides access to Sunrise and Sunset settings for
Astronomical clock times.
-BW Time-, -BW Delay-, -BW Ovrd- - These are the
Blinkwarn settings that apply to this Behavior Transition
only. They will override the Global Blinkwarn Settings set in
the System Settings section.
Next
Step 1.6
Use a combination of the UP and DOWN arrows as well as the
NEXT button to change the time to 8:00 AM.
Behavior 10
Absolute Time
The Behavior Transition Detail screen is entered at the Behavior
selection box. Use the UP or DOWN arrows to choose the desired
Behavior. Consulate the Behavior chart in the Manual for
descriptions. For this example change to Behavior 10.
Cancel
Understanding the Screen
-Swt Delay- is used if the switch in the associated Area is to
function as a Timed Off switch. This is the amount of time the
lights will stay On after a button press, and before they will
turn Off.
-Occ Delay- This is the amount of time the lights will stay On
after the occupancy sensor does not detect occupancy and
before they will turn Off.
-PC Delay- This is the amount of time the lights will stay On
after the photocell trigger point is exceeded and
before they will turn Off.
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.7
Agenda For Schedule: Office Dimming
Start Time
8:00 AM
Behavior
Add
Behavior
10
Add
Navigate to the Add line of the list, in this case the second line.
Click OK to advance to the Behavior Transition Detail screen.
Mon
Tue
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday, as shown here.
A transition to Behavior 10 will occur Monday at 8:00 AM.
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
OK
Step 1.8
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 1
Absolute Time
12:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Cancel
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Next
Next
Next
Step 1.9
Use a combination of the UP and DOWN arrows as well as the
NEXT button to change the time to 5:00 PM. When complete, use
the NEXT button to navigate to the <OK> on screen button.
Behavior 7
Absolute Time
5:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Swt Delay
The Behavior Transition Detail screen is entered at the Behavior
selection box. Use the UP or DOWN arrows to choose the desired
Behavior. Consulate the Behavior chart in the Manual for
descriptions. For this example change to Behavior 7 (OFF).
Ignore this area during this process
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Cancel
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.10
Agenda For Schedule: Office Dimming
Start Time
8:00 AM
5:00 PM
Behavior
Behavior
10
Add
Behavior 7
Add
To apply this Agenda or pattern of Behavior to each day of the
week press Next to advance to the Day column.
Mon
Tue
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday, as shown here.
A transition to Behavior 10 will occur Monday at 8:00 AM.
A transition to Behavior 7 will occur Monday at 5:00 PM.
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
Next
Step 1.11
Agenda For Schedule: Office Dimming
Start Time Behavior
8:00 AM
Behavior
10
Add
5:00 PM
Behavior 7
Add
Press Next to the -Tuesday- check box.
Press -OK- to check the box, this will add Tuesday to the active
list.
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
Next
Repeat this button
press combination to
fill all check boxes
(Mon thru Sun)
OK
Agenda For Schedule: Office Dimming
Start Time Behavior
8:00 AM
Behavior
10
Add
5:00 PM
Behavior 7
Add
Mon
Step 1.12
Use a combination of the NEXT and OK to fill in the Tuesday
through Sunday check boxes.
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday through Sunday.
A transition to Behavior 10 will occur each day at 8:00 AM.
A transition to Behavior 7 will occur each day at 5:00 PM.
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Office Dimming
Step 1.13
To save the Schedule, press the NEXT button on the navigation
keypad to advance to the <Save> button.
Understanding the Screen
The label value of “MTWTFSS -“ on the <Monday> through
<Sunday> indicates that the same Agenda applies to each of
these days.
MTWTFSS
MTWTFSS
MTWTFSS
MTWTFSS
There are no Exception Calendars associated with this
Schedule.
MTWTFSS
MTWTFSS
This Schedule has not been assigned to any Areas.
MTWTFSS
Step 1.14
Schedules
There is only one Schedule available in the system for the
dimming pattern of behavior.
Name
Office Dimming
To navigate to the Home screen press the HOME button.
Other Options
To modify an existing Schedule, highlight the appropriate
Schedule on the list. Navigate to <Edit> and press OK, to
initiate the modification of the selected Schedule.
Add
Edit
To delete an existing Schedule, highlight the appropriate
Schedule on the list. Navigate to <Delete> and press OK, to
erase the selected Schedule.
Delete
Schedules Calendars
Clock
To adjust the system clock, navigate to <Clock> and press OK.
Home
Project: Dimming
Monitor
Control
Config
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Step 2: Configure Devices
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
The GreenMAX can be configured to handle a wide variety of input
devices. These devices operate at +24vdc and are wired to an input
terminal on the Low Voltage (AI) board. Each terminal port must be
configured to match the device and its expected functionality.
The following Low Voltage input devices can be connected to the system:
Occupancy sensors.
Photocells.
Switches.
Contact closures.
Step 2.1
Project: Dimming
Monitor
Control
The configuration steps of the Low Voltage Input Card is
performed in the <Config> section of the HDU software.
Understanding the Screen
There are three sections of the HDU software. The other
two sections under the buttons are:
<Monitor> - Used to check the system time, relay status
<Control> - Access Scheduling
Config
OK
Step 2.2
Next
Use a combination of the UP and DOWN arrows as well as the
NEXT button to navigate to the <Inputs> onscreen button. Press
OK to select.
OK
Step 2.3
LumaCan
0:16
0:4
Type
AI
DS
Description
Input Board@0:16
Digital Switch@0:4
The Network Inventory will provide a listing of all system Input
devices. This includes both Low Voltage Input Boards (AI) and
Digital switches.
Understanding the Screen
There are two Input Devices in this system.
There is a 16 input AI board at address ID 16.
There is a 4 button Digital Switch at address ID 4.
Edit
Tools
OK
Panels
Inputs
Groups
Areas
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Edit>
selecting this onscreen button will allow
editing of the highlighted device in the list.
<Tools>
use to navigate to the System Tools screen.
<Panels> use to navigate to the Relay Panel Detail Screen
<Groups> use to navigate to the Group building screen
<Areas> use to navigate to the Areas configuration screen
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 2.4
The Input Board Details screen displays the number of inputs,
the LumaCan address ID and the -Description- field. Enter job
specific description in this field.
Once the correct information is entered, use the RIGHT arrow to
move to the -Devices- tab at the top of the screen.
Understanding the Screen
The other onscreen buttons are:
<OK> - Used to accept the entries
<Cancel> - Used to discard entries
Step 2.5
1
OK
The -Devices- tab reveals a list of the Input Ports on the AI Board
being configured. Ports are numbered sequentially in quantities
of 8 or 16. No data entry can be made on this screen. Highlight
the Input Port number and press OK to enter the editing screen.
Use the UP or DOWN arrows on the keypad to navigate up or
down the list. The scroll bar to the right indicates position on the
list.
If the wrong device type appears on the list, highlight the Input
Port number and press CLEAR on the keypad.
Understanding the Screen
No devices have been configured for this AI board.
The onscreen buttons are:
<OK> - Used to accept the entries
<Cancel> - Used to discard entries
Step 2.6
The Device Type screen is used to select the type of device that is
wired to the input port. Use the UP and DOWN arrows on the
keypad to display the desired device.
The Description field should be used to document the location of
the device.
Occupancy Sensor
161
Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Understanding the Screen
The -Button #- is available for display purposes only and does
not have any configuration value.
The description is limited to 25 characters.
The -ID- is available for display purposes only and does not
have any configuration value. It can be used to match the
numbering on project drawings. Maximum value is 1000.
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 2.8
A populated Input Board Details screen will look as shown here.
The Input Ports can be configured in any order as necessary.
161
162
Understanding the Screen
Only Ports 1 & 2 are populated.
The ID numbers are for information purposes. They can be
any number that makes sense to the user. The system only
stores these numbers and does not use them for any
function other than identification.
The ‘Btn” column will be populated with switch button
numbers if Low Voltage Switches are configured at the
Port location.
Occupancy Sensor
Closed Loop Photocell
.
OK
LumaCan
0:16
0:4
Type
AI
DS
The other onscreen buttons are:
<OK> - Used to accept the entries
<Cancel> - Used to discard entries
Description
Input Board@0:16
Digital Switch@0:4
Edit
Tools
Panels
Inputs
Groups
Areas
Next
Step 2.9
LumaCan
0:16
0:4
Type
AI
DS
Edit
Tools
Panels
The Inputs listing shows a Digital Switch at LumaCan ID 4. This is
a 4 button Digital Switch to be used for Dimming control.
Highlight the device and move the indicator to the appropriate
device line. Use the UP and DOWN arrows to move about the
list. Use NEXT to navigate to the <Edit> button.
Description
Input Board@0:16
Digital Switch@0:4
Inputs
OK
Groups
Areas
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 2.10
LumaCAN: 0:4
Description
Id
1
Next
Digital Switch@0:4
The Digital Switch Detail screen provides an ID setting for
informational purposes. This can match the switch number on
the building floor plan. For this exercise this will be set to 12.
A switch -Description- field is provided that can be filled with a
maximum of 25 characters of information.
OK
Btn.#
1
2
3
4
Type
Momentary DS Button
Momentary DS Button
Momentary DS Button
Momentary DS Button
Locate
Description
Button 1
Button 2
Button 3
Button 4
OK
Next
Use the UP or DOWN arrows on the keypad to navigate up or
down the list.
Cancel
Step 2.11
Button #: 1
Type
Momentary DS Button
Description
Button 1
Next
OK
Cancel
Button function must be configured. Highlight the Button
number and press OK to enter the editing screen.
These fields fill the list on the previous screen.
The Digital Switch Button Details screen is used to configure the
individual button function and to name the button. Use the UP
and DOWN arrows on the keypad to display the desired button
function.
The Description field should be used to document the function of
the individual buttons. This field is for user reference only.
Understanding the Screen
The type options are:
Momentary DS Button
On DS Button
Bright DS Button
Dim DS Button
Off DS Button
Button #: 1
Type
On DS Button
Description
Daylight ON
OK
Cancel
OK
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 2.12
LumaCAN: 0:4
Description
Btn.#
1
2
3
4
Id
This illustration shows the recommended configuration for a
Digital Switch used for dimming control application. The button
Type fields should match those shown. Each field should be
adjusted individually. Button descriptions are entered on the
Button Detail Screen shown previous.
12
Dimming Zone 1
Type
On DS Button
Bright DS Button
Dim DS Button
Off DS Button
Locate
Use the UP or DOWN arrows on the keypad to navigate up or
down the list.
Description
Daylight On
Bright Btn
Dim Btn
Daylight Off
OK
Use NEXT and BACK to navigate between sections on the screen.
Understanding the Screen
The ID number are for information purposes and can
be used to match assigned project switch numbers.
Cancel
OK
Step 2.13
LumaCan
0:16
0:4
Type
AI
DS
Description
Input Board@0:16
Dimming Zone 1
The Inputs list has a Digital Switch at ID 4 and is described as
Dimming Zone 1.
Next
Use the UP and DOWN arrows to move about the list. Use NEXT
to navigate to the <Areas> button.
Edit
Tools
Panels
Inputs
Groups
Areas
Step 2.14
LumaCan
0:16
0:4
Type
AI
DS
Description
Input Board@0:16
Dimming Zone 1
The Inputs list has an Low Voltage Input Board (AI) at LumaCan
ID 16 and a Digital Switch (DS) at LumaCan ID 4 that is described
as Dimming Zone 1.
Use NEXT to navigate to the <Areas> button. Press OK to
advance to the Areas maintenance screen.
Edit
Tools
Panels
Inputs
Groups
Areas
OK
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Step 3: Create an Area
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 3.1
Areas
The Areas screen lists all the current Areas available in the
system. At this step there are no existing Areas. To create a new
Area navigate to the <Add> onscreen button and press OK.
Name
Add
Tools
Edit
Panels
Inputs
Understanding the Screen
There are no Areas in this system.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Edit>
selecting this onscreen button will allow
editing of the highlighted Area in the list.
<Delete> selecting this onscreen button will permanently
remove the highlighted Area from the list.
<Tools>
use to navigate to the System Tools screen.
<Panels> use to navigate to the Relay Panel Detail Screen
<Groups> use to navigate to the Group building screen
<Areas> use to navigate to the Areas configuration screen
Delete
Groups
Areas
OK
Step 3.2
Areas Details
Next
Description
Office
Schedule
Office Dimming
Next
Save
Cancel
Enter the desired Area name and detail in the -Description- field.
Enter as much information as practical.
The Area must be assigned to a Schedule. An area can only be
assigned to one schedule at a time. All of the available system
Schedules will appear in the -Schedule- list box.
Understanding the Screen
To appear in the -Schedule- list box, Schedules must be
created prior to entering this screen. See the “Create a
Schedule” section.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Save>
selecting this onscreen button will create the
Area, save it, and add advance to the next
screen
<Cancel> used to discard entries
OK
Step 3.3
Areas Details
Description
Office
Schedule
Office Dimming
The newly created Area will contain relays and associated control
devices. Additional navigation buttons are available to navigate
to screens that populate or edit the contents of the Area. To add
relays to the Area, navigate to the <Relay> onscreen button and
press OK.
Areas
Details
Relays
OK
Switches
OCC
PC
Understanding the Screen
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Areas> use to navigate to the Areas list screen
<Relays> selecting this onscreen button will allow
the addition/editing of assigned relays
<Switches>
selecting this onscreen button to add/edit
assigned switches
<OCC>
selecting this onscreen button to add/edit
assigned Occupancy Sensors
<PC>
selecting this onscreen button to add/edit
assigned Photocells
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 3.4
Relays
Panel
The Relays screen lists all the current relays assigned to the Area.
To add a new relay to the Area navigate to the <Add/Delete>
onscreen button and press OK.
Name
Understanding the Screen
There are currently no relays assigned to the Area.
Add/Delete
Details
Relays
Switches
OCC
PC
OK
Step 3.5
Add/Delete
Available
-
Assigned
Panels
Panel@0:3
Relay 01
Relay 02
Relay 03
Relay 04
Relay 05
Relay 06
Relay 07
Panels
OK
Available
Panels
- Panel@0:3
Relay 01
Relay 02
Relay 03
Relay 04
Relay 05
Relay 06
Relay 07
The left side of the screen under the heading -Available- lists all
of the relays that have not been assigned to an Area. If the
desired relay is not on this list it has been assigned to another
Area. Relays are displayed according to the panel they are
installed in. All unassigned relays in the system can be seen on
this list.
Understanding the Screen
Complete panels may be collapsed by highlighting name on
the list pressing OK.
Description of the onscreen button:
<OK>
selecting this onscreen button will save the
selections made and return to the Relays list
screen.
Step 3.6
Add/Delete
-
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Details>
use to navigate to the Area Details screen
<Switches>
selecting this onscreen button to add/edit
assigned switches
<OCC>
selecting this onscreen button to add/edit
assigned Occupancy Sensors
<PC>
selecting this onscreen button to add/edit
assigned Photocells
Assigned
Panels
Relays are added to the Area by moving them from the
-Available- list to the -Assigned- list. This is accomplished by
highlighting the desired relay on the left side of the screen and
using the right arrow to move it to the right side of the screen.
Understanding the Screen
Currently there are no relays assigned to this Area.
Relays 01 through 07 are available for assignment.
Relay 01 of Panel 3 has been selected as a candidate for
assignment to the Area.
OK
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Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 3.7
Add/Delete
Available
-
Assigned
Panels
Schedules
Panel@0:3
Relay 02
Relay 03
Relay 04
Relay 05
Relay 06
Relay 07
Relay 08
-
Panels
Schedules
Panel@0:3
Classes
Relay 01
Next
Relays are deleted from the Area by moving them from the
-Assigned- list to the -Available- list. This is accomplished by
highlighting the desired relay on the right side of the screen and
using the left arrow to move it to the right side of the screen.
To accept the assignment, navigate to the -OK- onscreen button
and press OK or Enter.
Understanding the Screen
Currently Relay 01 of Panel 3 has been assignment to the
Area.
Relays 02 through 07 are available for assignment.
OK
OK
Step 3.8
Relays
Panel
Panel@0:3
The -Relays- screen lists the relays assigned to the Area. This list
will be displayed each time this section of the Area information is
entered. The next common step is to add switch buttons to the
Area.
Name
Relay 01
Understanding the Screen
Currently only Relay 01 of Panel 3 has been assignment to
the Area.
There are two navigating paths to the next screen. Using the
<Switches> onscreen button skips a screen and goes directly
to the -Switches- screen.
Add/Delete
Details
Relays
Switches
OCC
PC
OK
OK
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Switches>
use to navigate to the -Switches- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
Areas Details
Description
Office
Schedule
Office Dimming
Areas
Details
Relays
Switches
OCC
PC
OK
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Step 4: Switch Buttons
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 4.1
Switches
Id
Input
The -Switches- screen lists the switch buttons assigned to the
Area. This list will be displayed each time this section of the Area
information is entered. The next common step is to add switch
buttons to the Area.
Button
Understanding the Screen
Currently there are no switch buttons assigned to the Area.
OK
Add
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
PC
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
Add Switch to Area
Id
12
12
12
12
Input
Button
Step 4.2
Dimming Zone 1
Daylight On
Dimming Zone 1
Bright Btn
Dimming Zone 1
Dim Btn
The -Add Switch to Area- screen lists the available and
unassigned switch buttons for the system. As a switch button is
assigned to an Area, it is removed from this list.
Dimming Zone 1
Daylight Off
Add
Understanding the Screen
The highlighted button, button 1 of the switch at LumaCan
address 4 can be added to the Area by selecting the <Add>
onscreen button.
Cancel
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Cancel>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
OK
Step 4.3
Switches
Id
12
Input
Button
Dimming Zone 1
Daylight On
The -Switches- screen lists the switch buttons assigned to the
Area. This list will be displayed each time this section of the Area
information is entered.
Understanding the Screen
Currently button 1 of the switch at LumaCan address 4 is
assigned to the Area.
Add
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
PC
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Add>
use to navigate to the -Add Switch to Areascreen
<Delete>
use to delete the highlighted button
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 4.4
Digital Switch Button Details
Button #: 1
Type: On DS Button
Next
Ignore
Initial Level 50%
Id: 12
Next
This screen configures the characteristics of the switch button.
The -Relay / Group- list will be populated with the corresponding
controlled relays or groups.
Ignore
Delay
N/A
Description
Override N/A
Understanding the Screen
The -Description- field can be edited on this screen.
Information from the Digital Switch Detail screen will be
displayed here.
Ignore the settings of -Initial Level-, -Delay- and -Override-.
Daylight On
Relay / Group
Add/Delete...
Next
OK
Cancel
OK
Step 4.5
Add/Delete
Available
-
Assigned
Panels
Panel@0:3
Relay 01
Groups
Panels
Groups
OK
Available
Panels
- Panel@0:3
Relay 01
01
Relay
Groups
The left side of the screen under the heading -Available- lists all
of the relays that have been assigned to an Area. If the desired
relay is not on this list it has not been assigned to this Area.
Relays are displayed according to the panel they are installed in.
Use the navigation keypad to highlight the desired relay.
Understanding the Screen
Complete panels may be collapsed by highlighting name on
the list pressing OK.
Description of the onscreen button:
<OK>
selecting this onscreen button will save the
selections made and return to the Relays list
screen.
Step 4.6
Add/Delete
-
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<OK>
save the selections made and return to the
Switches list screen.
<Cancel>
use to discard entries and return to previous
screen
Assigned
Panels
Groups
Relays are assigned to the Switch button by moving them from
the -Available- list to the -Assigned- list. This is accomplished by
highlighting the desired relay on the left side of the screen and
using the right arrow to move it to the right side of the screen.
Understanding the Screen
Currently there are no relays assigned to this Switch Button.
Relay 01 of Panel 3 has been selected as a candidate for
assignment to the Switch Button.
OK
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 4.7
Add/Delete
Available
-
Relay 01 is assigned to the control of the Switch Button.
To remove it, highlight the relay in the -Assigned- list and press
the Left arrow button of the navigation keypad. The relay will
move back to the -Available- list on the left side of the screen.
Assigned
Panels
Panel@0:3
--
Groups
Panels
Schedules
Panel@0:3
Classes
Relay 01
Groups
Understanding the Screen
Relay 01 of Panel 3 has is assigned to the Switch Button.
No other relays are currently available in the Area.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<OK>
use to accept entries and navigate to the
-Digital Switch Button Details- screen
OK
OK
Step 4.8
Digital Switch Button Details
Button #: 1
Type: On DS Button
Initial Level 50%
Id: 12
Delay
N/A
Description
Override N/A
Understanding the Screen
Relay 01 of Panel 3 has is assigned to the Switch Button.
Relay 01 of Panel 3 will start daylight harvesting when button
1 of switch ID: 12 is pressed.
The settings of -Initial Level-, -Delay- and -Override- do not
apply.
Daylight On
Relay / Group
Relay 01
Add/Delete
OK
Cancel
OK
Input
Button
Dimming Zone 1
Daylight On
Add
OK
Details
Relays
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<OK>
use to accept entries and navigate to the
-Switches- screen
<Cancel> use to abandon entries and navigate to the
-Switches- screen
Step 4.9
Switches
Id
12
Relay 01 is assigned to the control of the Switch Button 1.
To remove it, highlight the relay in the -Assigned- list and press
the Left arrow button of the navigation keypad. The relay will
move back to the -Available- list on the left side of the screen.
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
All four of the Buttons for the Switch must be assigned to the
Area. This summary list will be displayed each time this section
of the Area information is entered. Navigate to the <Add> button
and press OK button on the keypad.
PC
Understanding the Screen
Currently there is one switch button assigned to the Area.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Edit>
use to navigate to the -Digital Switch Button
Details- screen to make modifications to
settings of the highlighted button
<Delete>
use to delete the highlighted button from the
Area
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 4.10
Add Switch to Area
Id
12
12
12
The -Add Switch to Area- screen lists the available and
unassigned switch buttons for the system. As a switch button is
assigned to an Area, it is removed from this list.
Input
Button
Dimming Zone 1
Bright Btn
Dimming Zone 1
Dim Btn
Dimming Zone 1
Daylight Off
Understanding the Screen
The highlighted button, Bright Btn button of the switch ID 12
at LumaCan address 4 can be added to the Area by selecting
the <Add> onscreen button.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Cancel>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
Add
Cancel
OK
Step 4.11
Switches
Id
12
12
Input
Button
Dimming Zone 1
Daylight On
Dimming Zone 1
Bright Btn
Add
OK
Details
The -Switches- screen lists the switch buttons assigned to the
Area. This summary list will be increase as each button is added.
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
Understanding the Screen
Currently 2 buttons are assigned; Daylight On, Bright Btn of
switch ID 12 at LumaCan address 4.
PC
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Add>
use to navigate to the -Add Switch to Areascreen
<Delete>
use to delete the highlighted button
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
Step 4.12
Add Switch to Area
Continue to add all of the relevant buttons to the Area.
Id
12
12
Input
Button
Dimming Zone 1
Dim Btn
Dimming Zone 1
Daylight Off
Understanding the Screen
The highlighted button, Dim Btn button of the switch ID 12
at LumaCan address 4 can be added to the Area by selecting
the <Add> onscreen button.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Cancel>
use to navigate to the -Area Detailsscreen
Add
Cancel
OK
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Label of on onscreen entry field
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Step 4.13
Switches
Id
12
12
12
Input
Button
Dimming Zone 1
Daylight On
Dimming Zone 1
Bright Btn
Dimming Zone 1
Dim Btn
Add
OK
Details
The -Switches- screen lists the switch buttons assigned to the
Area. This summary list will be increase as each button is added.
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
Understanding the Screen
Currently 3 buttons are assigned; Daylight On, Bright Btn,
Dim Btn of switch ID 12 at LumaCan address 4.
PC
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Add>
use to navigate to the -Add Switch to Areascreen
<Delete>
use to delete the highlighted button
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
Step 4.14
Add Switch to Area
Continue to add all of the relevant buttons to the Area.
Id
12
Input
Button
Dimming Zone 1
Daylight Off
Understanding the Screen
The highlighted button, Daylight Off button of the switch ID
12 at LumaCan address 4 can be added to the Area by
selecting the <Add> onscreen button.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Cancel>
use to navigate to the -Area Detailsscreen
Add
Cancel
OK
Step 4.15
Switches
Id
12
12
12
12
Input
Button
Dimming Zone 1
Daylight On
Dimming Zone 1
Bright Btn
Dimming Zone 1
Dim Btn
Dimming Zone 1
Daylight Off
Add
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
OK
All four of the buttons for the switch have been added to the
Area. Each of the buttons must be assigned to the relay to be
controlled. The Daylight On button was previously configured in
Step 4.4. Navigate to the <Edit> button and press OK button on
the keypad to configure each button of the remaining three
buttons.
PC
Understanding the Screen
Currently there is one switch button assigned to the Area.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Delete>
use to delete the highlighted button from the
Area
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
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Screen Name
Step 4.16
Switches
Id
12
12
12
12
Input
Button
Dimming Zone 1
Daylight On
Dimming Zone 1
Bright Btn
Dimming Zone 1
Dim Btn
Dimming Zone 1
Daylight Off
Add
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
The three new buttons listed on the -Switches- screen require
configuration. Highlight the desired button and navigate to the
<Edit> onscreen button.
Understanding the Screen
Currently all buttons of the switch at LumaCan address 4 are
assigned to the Area.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Add>
use to navigate to the -Add Switch to Areascreen
<Delete>
use to delete the highlighted button
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
PC
OK
Step 4.17
Digital Switch Button Details
Button #: 2
Type: Bright DS Button
Next
Ignore
Initial Level 50%
Id: 12
Ignore
Delay
N/A
Description
Next
Override 20 min
Bright Btn
Next
Relay / Group
Add/Delete...
Next
OK
Cancel
The Bright DS button will temporarily increase the light level
from the Target Level of the photocell. The -Override- field is set
for the duration that the Bright manual override is active. At the
conclusion of this interval, the zone will return to the photocell
Target Level. The -Relay / Group- list will be populated with the
corresponding controlled relays or groups.
Understanding the Screen
Ignore the settings of -Initial Level- and -Delay-.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<OK>
save the selections made and return to the
Switches list screen.
<Cancel>
use to discard entries and return to previous
screen
OK
Step 4.18
Add/Delete
Available
-
Panels
Panel@0:3
Groups
Use the instructions outlined in Steps 4.5 through 4.7 to assign
Relay 01 to the control of the Switch Button.
To remove it, highlight the relay in the -Assigned- list and press
the Left arrow button of the navigation keypad. The relay will
move back to the -Available- list on the left side of the screen.
Assigned
--
Panels
Schedules
Panel@0:3
Classes
Relay 01
Groups
Understanding the Screen
Relay 01 of Panel 3 has is assigned to the Switch Button.
No other relays are currently available in the Area.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<OK>
use to accept entries and navigate to the
-Digital Switch Button Details- screen
OK
OK
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Step 4.19
Switches
Id
12
12
12
12
Input
Button
Dimming Zone 1
Daylight On
Dimming Zone 1
Bright Btn
Dimming Zone 1
Dim Btn
Dimming Zone 1
Daylight Off
Add
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
Configure the next button listed on the -Switches- screen.
Highlight the desired button and navigate to the <Edit> onscreen
button.
Understanding the Screen
Currently all buttons of the switch at LumaCan address 4 are
assigned to the Area.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Add>
use to navigate to the -Add Switch to Areascreen
<Delete>
use to delete the highlighted button
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
PC
OK
Step 4.20
Digital Switch Button Details
Button #: 3
Type: Dim DS Button
Next
Ignore
Initial Level 50%
Id: 12
Ignore
Delay
N/A
Description
Next
Override 20 min
Dim Btn
Next
Relay / Group
Add/Delete...
Next
OK
Cancel
The Bright DS button will temporarily decrease the light level
from the Target Level of the photocell. The -Override- field is set
for the duration that the Dim manual override is active. At the
conclusion of this interval, the zone will return to the photocell
Target Level. The -Relay / Group- list will be populated with the
corresponding controlled relays or groups.
Understanding the Screen
Ignore the settings of -Initial Level- and -Delay-.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<OK>
save the selections made and return to the
Switches list screen.
<Cancel>
use to discard entries and return to previous
screen
OK
Step 4.21
Add/Delete
Available
-
Panels
Panel@0:3
Groups
Use the instructions outlined in Steps 4.5 through 4.7 to assign
Relay 01 to the control of the Switch Button.
To remove it, highlight the relay in the -Assigned- list and press
the Left arrow button of the navigation keypad. The relay will
move back to the -Available- list on the left side of the screen.
Assigned
--
Panels
Schedules
Panel@0:3
Classes
Relay 01
Groups
Understanding the Screen
Relay 01 of Panel 3 has is assigned to the Switch Button.
No other relays are currently available in the Area.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<OK>
use to accept entries and navigate to the
-Digital Switch Button Details- screen
OK
OK
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Step 4.22
Switches
Id
12
12
12
12
Input
Button
Dimming Zone 1
Daylight On
Dimming Zone 1
Bright Btn
Dimming Zone 1
Dim Btn
Dimming Zone 1
Daylight Off
Add
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
The three new buttons listed on the -Switches- screen require
configuration. Highlight the desired button and navigate to the
<Edit> onscreen button.
Understanding the Screen
Currently all buttons of the switch at LumaCan address 4 are
assigned to the Area.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Add>
use to navigate to the -Add Switch to Areascreen
<Delete>
use to delete the highlighted button
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
PC
OK
Step 4.23
Digital Switch Button Details
Button #: 4
Type: Off DS Button
Next
Ignore
Initial Level 0%
Id: 12
Ignore
Delay
Description
Next
Ignore
N/A
Override 20 min
Understanding the Screen
Ignore the settings of -Initial Level-, -Delay- and -Override-.
Daylight Off
Next
Relay / Group
Add/Delete...
Next
OK
The Off DS button will turn Off the zone. The light level will dim
to zero output and turn off the relay. The -Relay / Group- list will
be populated with the corresponding controlled relays or groups.
Cancel
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<OK>
save the selections made and return to the
Switches list screen.
<Cancel>
use to discard entries and return to previous
screen
OK
Step 4.24
Add/Delete
Available
-
Panels
Panel@0:3
Groups
Use the instructions outlined in Steps 4.5 through 4.7 to assign
Relay 01 to the control of the Switch Button.
To remove it, highlight the relay in the -Assigned- list and press
the Left arrow button of the navigation keypad. The relay will
move back to the -Available- list on the left side of the screen.
Assigned
--
Panels
Schedules
Panel@0:3
Classes
Relay 01
Groups
Understanding the Screen
Relay 01 of Panel 3 has is assigned to the Switch Button.
No other relays are currently available in the Area.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<OK>
use to accept entries and navigate to the
-Digital Switch Button Details- screen
OK
OK
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Step 4: Occupancy Sensor
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 5.1
Areas Details
The Office Dimming Area requires occupancy sensors assigned to
control of the relay. To add occupancy sensors to the Area,
navigate to the <OCC> onscreen button and press OK.
Description
Office
Schedule
Office Dimming
Areas
Details
Relays
Switches
OCC
PC
Understanding the Screen
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Areas> use to navigate to the -Areas- list screen
<Details> use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays> selecting this onscreen button will allow
the addition/editing of assigned relays
<Switches>
selecting this onscreen button to add/edit
assigned switches
<PC>
selecting this onscreen button to add/edit
assigned Photocells
OK
Step 5.2
Occupancy Sensors
Id
The -Occupancy Sensors- screen lists the sensors assigned to the
Area. This list will be displayed each time this section of the Area
information is entered. The next step is to add these devices to
the Area.
Description
Understanding the Screen
Currently there are no occupancy sensors assigned to the
Area.
OK
Add
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
PC
Step 5.3
Add Occupancy Sensor to Area
Id
161
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<Switches>
use to navigate to the -Switches- screen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
Description
Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
The -Add Occupancy Sensor to Area- screen lists the available
and yet unassigned occupancy sensors for the system. As an
occupancy sensor is assigned to an Area, it is removed from this
list.
Understanding the Screen
The highlighted occupancy sensor can be added to the Area
by selecting the <Add> onscreen button.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Cancel>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
Add
Cancel
OK
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Step 5.4
Occupancy Sensors
Id
161
The -Occupancy Sensors- screen lists the sensors assigned to the
Area. This device must be configured and have one or more
relays assigned to it. Highlight the desired occupancy sensor and
navigate to the <Edit> button.
Description
Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Understanding the Screen
Currently there is only one occupancy sensor assigned to the
Area.
Add
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<Switches>
use to navigate to the -Switches- screen
<PC>
use to navigate to the -Photocells- screen
PC
OK
Occupancy Sensor Details
Id 161
Next
Ignore
Initial level
50%
Delay 0.0 Min
Description
Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Next
Relay / Group
Add/Delete...
Step 5.5
This screen configures the characteristics of the occupancy
sensor.
The -Delay- setting is adjusted to provide a time delay after
vacancy is determined by the sensor. The Off signal from the
sensor will be received at the end of this delay period.
The -Relay / Group- list will be populated with the corresponding
controlled relays or groups.
Next
OK
Cancel
Understanding the Screen
The -Description- field can be edited on this screen.
The -Id- can be changed .
Ignore the settings of -Delay- and -Initial Level-.
OK
Step 5.5
Add/Delete
Available
-
Panels
Panel@0:3
Relay 01
Groups
Assigned
Panels
Groups
OK
The left side of the screen under the heading -Available- lists all
of the relays that have been assigned to an Area. If the desired
relay is not on this list it has not been assigned to this Area.
Relays are displayed according to the panel they are installed in.
Use the navigation keypad to highlight the desired relay.
Understanding the Screen
Complete panels may be collapsed by highlighting name on
the list pressing OK.
Description of the onscreen button:
<OK>
selecting this onscreen button will save the
selections made and return to the Relays list
screen.
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Label of on onscreen entry field
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Screen Name
Step 5.6
Add/Delete
Available
-
Relays are assigned to the occupancy sensor by moving them
from the -Available- list to the -Assigned- list. This is
accomplished by highlighting the desired relay on the left side of
the screen and using the right arrow to move it to the right side
of the screen.
Assigned
Panels
- Panel@0:3
Relay
Relay 01
01
Groups
Panels
Groups
Understanding the Screen
Currently there are no relays assigned to this occupancy
sensor.
Relay 01 of Panel 3 has been selected as a candidate for
assignment to the occupancy sensor.
OK
Add/Delete
Available
-
Panels
Panel@0:3
Groups
Assigned
--
Panels
Schedules
Panel@0:3
Classes
Relay 01
Groups
OK
OK
Occupancy Sensor Details
Id 162
Initial level
50%
Delay 0.0 Min
Description
Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Relay / Group
Relay 13
Add/Delete...
OK
Cancel
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 6.1
Areas Details
The Office Dimming Area requires a photocell assigned to control
of the relay. The photocell is mandatory for Behaviors that
involve a photocell in their control scheme. To add a photocell to
the Area, navigate to the <PC> onscreen button and press OK.
Description
Office
Schedule
Office Dimming
Areas
Details
Relays
Switches
OCC
PC
OK
Step 6.2
Photocells
Id
Type
Understanding the Screen
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Areas> use to navigate to the -Areas- list screen
<Details> use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays> selecting this onscreen button will allow
the addition/editing of assigned relays
<Switches>
selecting this onscreen button to add/edit
assigned switches
<OCC>
selecting this onscreen button to add/edit
assigned occupancy sensors
The -Photocell- screen lists the photocells assigned to the Area.
This list will be displayed each time this section of the Area
information is entered. The next step is to add these devices to
the Area.
Description
Understanding the Screen
Currently there are no Photocell assigned to the Area.
OK
Add
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
PC
Step 6.3
Add Photocell to Area
Id
162
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<Switches>
use to navigate to the -Switches- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorsscreen
The -Add Photocell to Area- screen lists the available and yet
unassigned photocells for the system. As an photocell is
assigned to an Area, it is removed from this list.
Type
Description
Closed Loop
Understanding the Screen
The highlighted photocell can be added to the Area by
selecting the <Add> onscreen button.
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Cancel>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
Add
Cancel
OK
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Step 6.4
Photocells
Id
162
The -Photocells- screen lists the photocell assigned to the Area.
This device must be configured and have one or more relays
assigned to it. Highlight the desired photocell and navigate to the
<Edit> button.
Type
Description
Closed Loop
Understanding the Screen
Currently there is only one photocell assigned to the Area.
Add
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
PC
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Details>
use to navigate to the -Area Details- screen
<Relays>
use to navigate to the -Relays- screen
<Switches>
use to navigate to the -Switches- screen
<OCC>
use to navigate to the -Occupancy Sensorscreen
OK
Photocell Details
Id:162
Type: Closed Loop Photocell
Description
Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
Daylight Harvesting Speed
Fast
Dead Band
10%
Artificial Zero
Disabled
Target Level
75%
Relays
Locate
OK
Cancel
Step 6.5
This screen configures the characteristics of the Closed Loop
Photocell.
The -Daylight Harvesting Speed- setting is the speed of response
to measured changes in light level.
The -Dead Band- setting is applied to the target level to reduce
sensitivity of the system relative to the target level.
The -Artificial Zero- can be used to change the percentage of
output of the relay that represents the off value .
The -Target Level- is the desired light level in the space. This is
the percentage of measured signal at the input terminals.
Understanding the Screen
The -Description- field can be edited on this screen.
OK
Closed Loop Photocell Relays / Groups
Step 6.6
This is a list of the assigned Relays or Groups in the Area.
Use the navigation keypad to highlight the desired relay or
option. Pressing the OK button with the highlight as shown, will
advance to the Add/Delete screen
Description
Add/Delete
Understanding the Screen
No Relays or Groups are assigned to the photocell .
OK
Description of the onscreen button:
<OK>
selecting this onscreen button will save the
selections made and return to the Photocell
Details screen.
OK
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Step 6.7
Add/Delete
Available
-
Relays are assigned to the Photocell by moving them from the
-Available- list to the -Assigned- list. This is accomplished by
highlighting the desired relay on the left side of the screen and
using the right arrow to move it to the right side of the screen.
Assigned
Panels
- Panel@0:3
Relay
Relay 01
01
Groups
Panels
Groups
Understanding the Screen
Currently there are no relays assigned to this occupancy
sensor.
Relay 01 of Panel 3 has been selected as a candidate for
assignment to the occupancy sensor.
OK
Step 6.8
Add/Delete
Available
-
Panels
Panel@0:3
Groups
Relays are assigned to the Photocell by moving them from the
-Available- list to the -Assigned- list. This is accomplished by
highlighting the desired relay on the left side of the screen and
using the right arrow to move it to the right side of the screen.
Assigned
--
Panels
Schedules
Panel@0:3
Classes
Relay 01
Groups
Understanding the Screen
Currently relay 01 of Panel 3 has been assigned to the
photocell.
OK
OK
Closed Loop Photocell Relays / Groups
Step 6.9
This is a list of the assigned Relays or Groups in the Area.
Use the navigation keypad to highlight the desired relay or
option. Pressing the OK button with the highlight as shown, will
advance to the Add/Delete screen
This completes the set-up. Press HOME or follow the string of OK
buttons back to the Area list.
Description
Relay 03
Add/Delete
Understanding the Screen
Only one Relay is assigned to the photocell .
OK
Description of the onscreen button:
<OK>
selecting this onscreen button will save the
selections made and return to the Photocell
Details screen.
Home
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Screen Name
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Definitions
On screen button.
Label of A
onpattern
onscreenofentry
field or list of Behavior Transitions
Behaviors
Button on keypad
that cover a 24 hour period. Each Agenda provides a
Screen Name
Behavior
Digital Switch
A manual control switch station that connects to the
system via the LumaCan network. They are available
in one, two, and four button configurations. Each
button on the Digital Switch is programmable for a
variety of functions and features.
LumaCan
This is the communication network platform that
interconnects all components in the system.
Low Voltage Input
Board
This board provides the connection of Low Voltage
devices to the system. This board is available in two
sizes, 8 and 16 independent inputs.
Closed Loop
Photocell
This device measures the light in a specific space or
area and provides a proportional signal to the input
port. This device will typically measure the light on a
surface. It is used to drive the system response for
daylight harvesting functions. The light level
measured will be the sum of natural and artificial
light on the surface. A Target Level is the percentage
of measured range that the measured light should
maintain. The Closed Loop Photocell controls a single
zone.
Open Loop
Photocell
This device measures the light level of a source of
natural light that is intended to illuminate an area. It
should be mounted facing toward the light source as
a glass Atrium or sky light. It will be used to vary the
artificial light output proportionally to the intensity
of the natural light. The Open Loop Photocell can be
used to control up to 8 zones with varying degrees
of dimming percentage.
maximum of 24 transitions for that period. Time
between Transitions can be as short as one minute
apart.
A predefined control scheme that, when applied to
an Area, establishes the interactive priorities
among the input devices in that Area. Certain
behaviors can change device settings at the time of
Transition. The system will stay in the last Behavior
until the next Transition is triggered.
Behavior Transition A point in time that an Agenda triggers an
operational change to new Behavior. The transition
will only occur in an Area that is assigned to the
schedule.
Exceptions Calendar This is a list of dates that requires specific Agenda
that is a departure from the scheduled default
Agenda. For example, a list of Holidays that require a
unique Agenda.
Schedule
This is a series of seven Agendas corresponding with
the days of the week. It is the fundamental or default
week that will routinely function. Agendas for dates
listed on the Exceptions Calendar will override the
default Agenda for that day.
Low Voltage Inputs
Devices that interface with the controlled
environment to detect the presence or absence of
conditions or people. Devices include occupancy
sensors, photocells, low voltage switches, and
contact closures. These devices connect to a port on
the Low Voltage input card and operate at +24vdc.
The input signals from the devices are measured at 0
to +10vdc and can be analog or binary.
Analog Input
This is a signal from a device that will vary in
voltage directly proportional to devices’ measured
detection value. For example, a photocell is used to
measure the light level in a space. Full range or
maximum light level at the photocell will measure
+10vdc and conversely no light level will be 0vdc.
Binary Input
This is a signal from a device that will only have two
state or measured voltage levels. Typically these
values will be +10vdc (full On signal) or 0vdc (Off
signal). An occupancy sensor provides this type of
signal, On when occupant is present or Off when no
occupant is sensed.
This timing feature tracks the Sunset and Sunrise in
the Northern hemisphere as it seasonally changes.
The times change or update on a weekly basis. This
allows Behavior Transitions based on Sunset and
Sunrise times. Offsets from these times are also
programmable.
Astronomical Clock
Time/Date Clock
This is the main system clock used to coordinate all
Behavior Transitions.
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Key
Photocell Signals and Calibration
<Add>
On screen button.
-Name- Label
of on
onscreen
entry
fieldof photocells available for connection to the GreenMAX system. All photocells
There
are
several
types
NEXT
Button
keypad at +24VDC and provide an input signal proportional to the foot-candle value being
mustonoperate
Details
Screen Name
measured. This input signal must range between 0 and +10VDC. The selected photocell must match the
application range of measurement.
The chart on this page illustrates the relationship between foot-candles and percentage of scale. Notice
the following items:
The maximum of the range is 100%, minimum is 0%.
Each type of photocell has a unique maximum range value.
The proportional values through the signal range while maintaining the relationship between
percentage, voltage, and foot-candles.
10 VDC
70 fc
100 fc
250 fc
1000 fc
90%
9 VDC
63 fc
90 fc
225 fc
900 fc
80%
8 VDC
56 fc
80 fc
200 fc
800 fc
70%
7 VDC
49 fc
70 fc
175 fc
700 fc
60%
6 VDC
42 fc
60 fc
150 fc
600 fc
50%
5 VDC
35 fc
50 fc
125 fc
500 fc
150 fc
40%
4 VDC
28 fc
40 fc
100 fc
400 fc
30%
3 VDC
21 fc
30 fc
75 fc
300 fc
20%
2 VDC
14 fc
20 fc
50 fc
200 fc
10%
1 VDC
7 fc
10 fc
25 fc
100 fc
0%
0 VDC
0 fc
0 fc
0 fc
0 fc
Input
Signal
ODCOP
PCIND
PCOUT
PCATR
Maximum
RANGE
100%
Minimum
Photocell Types
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GreenMAX Programming Manual
Key
Low
<Add>
-NameNEXT
Details
Voltage Connection Diagrams
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Diagram 1 - Typical Occupancy Sensor Wiring
Input Port on
Low Voltage
Input Board
Com
+24
COM
+24
Occupancy
Sensor
PILOT
OFF
Occupancy = 10VDC signal
Vacancy = 0VDC signal
Signal
ON
Diagram 2 - Typical Photocell Wiring
Com
COM
Input Port on
Low Voltage
Input Board
Applies to:
ODCOP
PCIND
PCOUT
PCATR
+24
+24
PILOT
Photocell
OFF
Signal
ON
Signal is proportional to measured value in the 0 to 10VDC range.
Maximum foot-candle reading varies by model.
Diagram 3 - Typical Dimming Module Wiring
0-10VDC Dimming
Ballast
Violet
GreenMAX Dimming Module
Neutral
Gray
0-10VDC Dimming
Ballast
Load
Relay is rated for 20A.
Relay module is 0-10VDC sinking style.
Maximum load for 0-10VDC control loop is 200mA..
Line
Neutral
From Branch Circuit
Panelboard
Max 20A CCT
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Multiple Occupancy Sensor
Power Options #1 & 2
Date:
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
PST24-D25
Line VAC
Neutral
Option 1 – External Power Supply
Ground
+24VDC
Ground
Hot
Neutral
Common
To Branch
Circuit
Breaker
2.5 Amps @
+24 VDC
Occ
Sensor 1
Occ
Sensor 2
GreenMAX Low Voltage
Input Board
Typical Input
Common
COM
+24
+24 VDC
PILOT
OFF
GreenMAX Command Module
1
Line VAC
Neutral
2
3
1.5 Amps @
+24 VDC
4
Option 2 – Internal Power Supply
GreenMAX
Power Supply
Ground
Occ
Sensor 1
Occ
Sensor 2
GreenMAX Low Voltage
Input Board
Typical Input
To Branch
Circuit
Breaker
To Additional
Signal
ON
COM
+24 VDC
+24
PILOT
Common
OFF
ON
Signal
To Additional
GREENMAXTM
WIRING DIAGRAMS AND DETAILS
Multiple Occupancy Sensor
Power Options #3
Created by :
Date:
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
PST24-D25
Neutral
Option 3 – External Power Supply
Ground
+24VDC
Ground
Hot
Neutral
Common
Line VAC
To Branch
Circuit
Breaker
2.5 Amps @
+24 VDC
Occ
Sensor 1
Occ
Sensor 2
Typical Input
GreenMAX Low Voltage
Input Board
COM
Common
+24
PILOT
+24 VDC
OFF
ON
To Additional
Signal
Typical Input
Occ
Sensor 3
COM
Common
+24
PILOT
OFF
ON
+24 VDC
Signal
Occ
Sensor 4
GREENMAXTM
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Created by :
Multiple Occupancy Sensor
Power Options #4
GreenMAX Command Module
1
2
3
Date:
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
1.5 Amps @
+24 VDC
4
Option 4 – Internal Power Supply
Line VAC
Neutral
GreenMAX
Power Supply
Ground
Occ
Sensor 1
Occ
Sensor 2
Typical Input
GreenMAX Low Voltage
Input Board
COM
Common
+24
PILOT
+24 VDC
OFF
ON
To Additional
Signal
Occ
Sensor 3
Typical Input
To Branch
Circuit
Breaker
COM
Occ
Sensor 4
Common
+24
PILOT
+24 VDC
OFF
ON
Signal
To Additional
GREENMAXTM
WIRING DIAGRAMS AND DETAILS
Created by :
Multiple Occupancy Sensor
Power Options #5
GreenMAX Command Module
1
2
3
Date:
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
1.5 Amps @
+24 VDC
4
Option 5 – Switched Internal Power
Supply
Line VAC
Neutral
GreenMAX
Power Supply
Ground
Occ
Sensor 1
Occ
Sensor 2
Typical Input
GreenMAX Low Voltage
Input Board
COM
Common
+24
PILOT
+24 VDC
OFF
ON
To Additional
Signal
Occ
Sensor 3
Typical Input
To Branch
Circuit
Breaker
COM
Occ
Sensor 4
Common
+24
PILOT
+24 VDC
OFF
ON
GreenMAX Relay
RELAY-1TB
LINE
LOAD
Signal
To Additional
Created by :
GREENMAXTM
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Dimming Module Detail
Date:
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
Violet
Gray
Hot
Neutral
To Fixture
0-10VDC
Ballast
Dimming
Module
Manual
Actuator
Control Pair
#14 - #10 AWG
v
Switched
Pair
Dimming
Module
From Branch Circuit
Panelboard
0-10VDC Dimming
Ballast
Violet
GreenMAX Dimming Module
Neutral
Line
Gray
0-10VDC Dimming
Ballast
Load
Neutral
From Branch Circuit
Panelboard
Max 20A CCT
GreenMAX Dimming Module
Wiring Diagram
GREENMAXTM
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Bi Level Switching
with Power Pack
Date:
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
Power Pack
Black
White
Blue
Blue
Hot
Neutral
Load
Load
Red
+24VDC
Black
Com
Occ
Sensor
Blue
Signal
Bi Level Switching with Power Pack
GreenMAX Relay
RELAY-1TB
Switch 2 - 100% Level
Switch 1 - 50% Level
LOAD
LINE
Hot
Neutral
To Branch
Circuit
Breaker
Line 2
Line 1
Neutral
Bi Level Switching
Ballast
GREENMAXTM
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GreenMAX
LV Analog Input
Com
+24VDC
Signal
Created by :
Bi Level Switching
With Dual Relays
Date:
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
Bi Level Switching with Dual Relays
Black
Red
Occ
Sensor
Blue
GreenMAX Relay
RELAY-1TB
LOAD
LINE
LOAD
Switch 2 - 100% Level
LINE
Switch 1 - 50% Level
LOAD
LINE
Hot
Neutral
GreenMAX Relay
RELAY-2TB
To Branch
Circuit
Breaker
Line 2
Line 1
Neutral
Bi Level Switching
Ballast
GREENMAXTM
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GreenMAX Low Voltage
Input Board
Date:
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
This input to be configured as a Closed Loop Photocell
Set a target level and Speed Fast
Common
COM
Input 1
Created by :
Daylight Harvesting
Option 1
Photocell
+24 VDC
+24
PILOT
OFF
Signal
ON
Input 2
COM
+24
PILOT
This input to be configured as a Maintained Switch Button
OFF
ON
GreenMAX Relay
RELAY-1DS
Purple
Purple
Gray
Gray
LOAD
Line 1
LINE
Neutral
To Circuit
Breaker
This will require 2 Areas:
Area 1 – Daylight Harvesting with RELAY 1DS and Inputs 1 and 2; running Agenda 1
Agenda 1
8:00AM B10 (start Daylighting)
5:00PM B7 off (turn OFF lights)
0-10VDC Dimming
Ballast
GREENMAXTM
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GreenMAX Low Voltage
Input Board
Date:
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
This input to be configured as a Closed Loop Photocell
Set a target level and Speed Fast
Common
COM
Input 1
Created by :
Daylight Harvesting
Option 1
Photocell
+24 VDC
+24
PILOT
OFF
Signal
ON
Input 2
COM
+24
PILOT
OFF
This input to be configured as a Momentary Switch Button*
* you might have to try different switch types such as;
maintained or Momentary ON/OFF
ON
GreenMAX Relay
RELAY-1TB
LOAD
LINE
GreenMAX Relay
RELAY-1DS
Purple
Purple
Gray
Gray
LOAD
Line 1
LINE
Neutral
To Circuit
Breaker
This will require 2 Areas:
Area 1 – Daylight Harvesting with RELAY 1DS and Inputs 1 and 2; running Agenda 1
Area 2 – Button Press control with RELAY 1TB; running Agenda 2
Agenda 1
8:00AM B10 (start Daylighting)
5:00PM B7 off (turn OFF lights)
Agenda 2
8:01AM B6 ON (makes a button press
5:00PM B7 off (releases button press)
These agendas are staggered by one minute with daylighting starting first.
0-10VDC Dimming
Ballast
GREENMAXTM
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Quiet Time Button
Date:
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
GreenMAX Low Voltage
Input Board
Common
Input 1
COM
+24 VDC
+24
Signal
Occupancy
Sensor
PILOT
OFF
ON
“Quiet Time”
Button
GreenMAX Relay
RELAY-1TB
LOAD
LINE
Control
“Quiet Time”
Relay
Scheduling Items:
The Quiet Time button will be programmed as a Timed Switch with a 2 hour delay. The relay will hold the
occupied signal (On) of the occupancy sensor signal. This will prevent the Off signal from occupancy sensor
from controlling the lights. At the end of the delay time, the relay will open and return the control to the
occupancy sensor.
GREENMAXTM
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Normal
Power
Emergency Power Strategy
Options #1
Created by :
Date:
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
Emergency
Power
Normal Power Conditions
Emergency Transfer Switch
Term
Term
Distribution
System
GreenMAX
Power Supply
GreenMAX MPU
GreenMAX
Dimming Module
Normal
Power
Transfer switch is supplying power from
Normal Power source.
Auxiliary contacts in transfer switch are open.
No signal is received by GreenMAX.
0-10VDC Dimming
Ballast
Emergency
Power
Emergency Transfer Switch
Emergency Power Conditions
Term
Term
Distribution
System
GreenMAX
Power Supply
GreenMAX
Dimming Module
Transfer switch is supplying power from
Emergency Power source.
Auxiliary contacts in transfer switch are closed.
GreenMAX reboots if power outage was long
enough to shut down unit.
Emergency signal is received by GreenMAX.
Relays programmed to close move to the closed
position.
GreenMAX MPU
0-10VDC Dimming
Ballast
GREENMAXTM
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Emergency Power Strategy
Options #2
Normal
Power
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Date:
Emergency
Power
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
Normal Power Conditions
Transfer switch is supplying
power from Normal Power
source via GreenMAX Dimming
relay.
Transfer Switch
Distribution
System
GreenMAX
Power Supply
GreenMAX MPU
0-10VDC Dimming Ballast
GreenMAX
Dimming Module
Power
0-10VDC Control
Emergency
Power
Normal
Power
Emergency Power Conditions
Transfer switch is supplying power
from Emergency Power source.
GreenMAX shuts down.
An OPEN in the control results in full
ballast output
Transfer Switch
Distribution
System
GreenMAX
Power Supply
GreenMAX MPU
0-10VDC Dimming Ballast
GreenMAX
Dimming Module
Power
0-10VDC Control
GREENMAXTM
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Pulsed Relay Function
Created by :
Lighting Contactor
Date:
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
WIRING DIAGRAM
Contactor – Mechanically Held
GreenMAX Relay 1
RELAY-1TB
LOAD
LINE
ON
OFF
Coil 1
CLOSE
Coil 2
OPEN
GreenMAX Relay 2
RELAY-1TB
LOAD
LINE
Hot
Neutral
LumaCan Low Voltage
Switch
LumaCan Digital Switch
ON
ON
Control
GreenMAX Low Voltage
Input Board
Input 1
COM
+24
PILOT
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
CONFIGURATION
Button 1 - set as ON only
- assign to relay 1
Button 2 - set as OFF only
- assign to relay 2
CONFIGURATION DETAILS
RELAY CONFIGURATION
After entering the configuration
details shown, cycle the
Normal/Override switch to push
changes down to the relay. If
this step is missed, no changes
will take effect.
Relay 02
Ignore
Pulsed Relay
Pulsed Relay
Normally Open
Normally Open
On
Off
5.0
Sec
On
Sec
Off
Sec
5.0
Sec
GREENMAXTM
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Pulsed Relay Function
Created by :
Lighting Contactor
Date:
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
Behavior B6 - ON
Behavior B7 - OFF
5
B6
ON
B7
OFF
5 seconds
Relay State
Contactor
State
5
Continues until
next Button Press
or Behavior
Transition
5 seconds
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
SW
Behavior B4 – Switch Only
SW
B4
SW
ON
OFF
5 seconds
Relay State
Contactor
State
OFF
OFF
Continues until
next Button Press
or Behavior
Transition
5 seconds
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
Created by :
Pulsed Relay Function
GREENMAXTM
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AS100
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
Date:
WIRING DIAGRAM
AS100 Switch
GreenMAX Relay 1
RELAY-1TB
LOAD
Control
Fixture
LINE
Hot
NOTE:
The AS100 has a minimum load requirement. It will not
operate without the minimum connected.
Neutral
PULSED RELAY
CONFIGURATION DETAILS
When this box is checked the relay will:
Respond to a Behavior B7 OFF with a short OFF pulse. The
duration of the pulse is determined by the value in the OFF field.
Respond to a Behavior B6 ON with a short OFF pulse. The
duration of the pulse is determined by the value in the ON field.
The relay will return to the closed position and maintain that
position until the next scheduled Behavior B6 or B7.
Pulsed Relay
Ignore
ON PULSE LENGTH
Normally Open
On
Sec
Off
AS100 NORMAL OPERATING MODE
Sec
5.0
3 Sec
Turn ON
OFF PULSE LENGTH
AS100 NORMAL OPERATING MODE
1-2 Sec
NOTE:
These settings will not be applied until
the Normal/Override switch is cycled.
Delay OFF Initiates 5-minute delay before shutting load
Off.
Turn OFF
5 Sec
FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
Behavior B7 - OFF
Behavior B6 - ON
5
3
B7
OFF
B6
ON
5 seconds
Relay State
AS100 Switch
State
ON
OFF
3 seconds
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
Continues until
next B6 or B7
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
SW
SW
SW
SW
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Created by :
Pulsed Relay Function
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Sentry Switch
Date:
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
WIRING DIAGRAM
Sentry Switch
GreenMAX Relay 1
RELAY-1TB
LOAD
Control
Fixture
LINE
Hot
Neutral
PULSED RELAY
CONFIGURATION DETAILS
When this box is checked the relay will:
Respond to a Behavior B7 OFF with a short OFF pulse. The
duration of the pulse is determined by the value in the OFF field.
The relay will return to the closed position and maintain that
position until the next scheduled Behavior B7.
Pulsed Relay
Ignore
Normally Open
On
Sec
Off
Sec
5.0
OFF PULSE LENGTH
SENTRY SWITCH NORMAL OPERATING MODE
3 Sec
Turn OFF
NOTE:
These settings will not be applied until
the Normal/Override switch is cycled.
FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
Behavior B7 - OFF
5
Continues until
next B6 or B7
B7
OFF
5 seconds
Relay State
Sentry Switch
State
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
SW
SW
SW
ON
ON
OFF
GREENMAXTM
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Behavior 5 – Blink Warn
Programming Details
Created by :
Date:
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
WIRING DIAGRAM
GreenMAX Relay 1
RELAY-1TB
LOAD
Fixture
LINE
Hot
Neutral
CONFIGURATION DETAILS
BEHAVIOR TRANSITION TIME
The exact time that the Blink Warn sequence will start, the Blink will
signify the start.
Can also be scheduled relative to Sunset or Sunrise offset times.
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Behavior 5
BW TIME
Absolute Time
5:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Set for the length of the OFF Blink.
This is intended to warn any occupants of the affected space that
the lights will be turning OFF.
The relay will turn ON once the Blink duration has expired.
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
1
Occ Delay
Ignore
PC Delay
N/A
BW Delay
5 min
N/A
BW Ovrd
25 min
Transition to behavior:
BW DELAY
OK
Cancel
NOTE:
These settings associated with a Behavior
Transition will supersede any of the similar
settings found in the System Defaults or Relay
Detail Screens.
Set for the length of time the relay should be ON after the OFF Blink.
This is intended to allow occupants of the affected space to
interrupt the Blink Warn sequence and keep the lights on for the
Over-ride duration.
A button press will interrupt the sequence.
If no button press is detected during this period, the relay will turn
OFF.
BW OVER-RIDE
Set for the length of time the relay should be ON after a button press.
The relay will remain ON for this duration. A button press will turn
the relay OFF and stop all timing functions.
At the end of this period, another complete Blink Warn sequence
will start.
Created by :
Behavior 5 – Blink Warn
GREENMAXTM
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Functional Diagrams
Date:
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
Scenario 1 - Behavior B5 – Blink Warn
5:00PM
1
Continues until
next Button Press
or Behavior
Transition
B5
BW
Blink
1 second
Function
ON
ON
OFF
BW Delay
5 minutes
Relay State
ON
ON
OFF
Scenario 2 - Behavior B5 – Blink Warn
5:00PM
Button
Press
1
ON
1
B5
BW
B5
BP
B5
BW
Blink
1 second
Function
Blink
1 second
BW Over-ride
25 Minutes
ON
ON
ON
ON
BW Delay
5 minutes
Relay State
Continues until
next Button Press
or Behavior
Transition
OFF
BW Delay
5 minutes
ON
ON
ON
OFF
Scenario 3 - Behavior B5 – Blink Warn
5:00PM
Button
Press
1
ON
1
B5
BW
B5
BP
B5
BW
Blink
1 second
Function
Blink
1 second
ON
ON
ON
ON
BW Delay
5 minutes
Relay State
Continues until
next Button Press
or Behavior
Transition
ON
BW Delay
5 minutes
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
GREENMAXTM
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Behavior 4 – Timed Switch
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Programming Details
Date:
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
CONFIGURATION DETAILS
Digital Switch Button Details
Button #: 1
Type: Momentary DS Button
Initial Level 50%
Ignore
Override N/A
Id:
Delay
N/A
DELAY
Description
To initialize the timed switch functionality, adjust the DELAY to a value
other than N/A. Once this value is changed, the switch will always be in
timed switch mode and will require a value.
This is value represents the default value for the switch.
A value of INF (infinite) will prevent the switch delay timer from
timing out. The switch will function as a normal switch.
His value will be over-written by the Delay value of the Behavior
Transition
Relay / Group
Relay 1
OK
Cancel
BEHAVIOR TRANSITION TIME
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
The exact time that the Blink Warn sequence will start, the Blink will
signify the start.
Can also be scheduled relative to Sunset or Sunrise offset times.
Behavior 4
Absolute Time
5:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
30 min
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
Ignore
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
Swt Delay
OK
SWT DELAY (SWITCH DELAY)
Cancel
Set for the length of time the relay should be ON after a button press.
The relay will remain ON for this duration. A button press will turn
the relay OFF and stop all timing functions.
At the end of this period the relay will turn OFF
NOTE:
Both of these screens must be configured to
provide the Timed Switch functionality. The
Timed Switch will work with any Behavior that
contains a switch.
FUNCTIONAL DIAGRAM
Behavior B4 – with Off Delay – Timed Switch
Delay:
Function
5:00PM
Button
Press
30
ON
B4
B4
BP
OFF
An OFF Button Press received
during this period will turn OFF the
relay and stop the Delay timer.
ON
Delay
30 minutes
Continues until
next Button Press
or Behavior
Transition
OFF
GREENMAXTM
WIRING DIAGRAMS AND DETAILS
LumaCan Repeater
2 Port
2 ½”
Created by :
Date:
LumaCan Repeater
NPRPT-002
Top View
4"
CAN 1
CAN 2
Tx Rx Err
Tx Rx Err
1"
RJ45 Connector
Status LEDs
Tx – Transmit
Rx – Receive
Err - Error
LumaCan
LumaCan
Front View
with
Connections
NOTES:
Surface top and bottom is smooth.
Mounted using two sided tape.
Derives its power from the LumaCan.
Draws 50mA at +24VDC when connected.
Can be powered by either CAN 1 or CAN 2.
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
GREENMAXTM
WIRING DIAGRAMS AND DETAILS
Photocell Input Range 100%
Relay 3
90
Daylight Harvesting
Open Loop
Target
3
Increasing
60%
Decreasing
56%
Target
2
Increasing
40%
Decreasing
33%
Target
1
Increasing
20%
Decreasing
13%
Date:
GreenMAX
Output
%
Passing
Cloud
Adjustable Dead Band
80
4% of full scale
70
Created by :
Relay 2
Natural
Light
FC
60
Decreasing
50
40
30
20
Increasing
Relay 1
10
0
Adjustable Dead Band
7% of full scale
Photocell Target Points for
Daylight Harvesting
Open Loop
Kevin Parsons
Leviton Manufacturing
Feb 22, 2012
GreenMAX HDU V2.14 Manual
12/6/2011
V2.14
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T.11
M.1
Project: TEST
Monitor
Control
Config
H.2
H.3
2:04:34 AM
Thursday, Dec 15, 2011
HOME
Sunrise: 6:00 AM
Sunset: 5:38 PM
Time
Status
Status
HOME
Panels
Panel@0:9
Relay 01 : Off
Relay 02 : Off
Relay 03 : Off
Relay 04 : Off
Relay 05 : Off
Relay 06 : Off
Relay 07 : Off
Time
Status
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H.3
T.10
N.1
E.1
HOME
S
T.1
T.10
I.1
I.1
T.11
Runs the Save
Routine
T.6
T.7
T.8
T.3
T.2
T.5
T.4
VALUES
Scroll to view all
available cabinets
VALUES
Check for Yes
Un-check for No
VALUES
0.5 Seconds
To
25.4 Seconds
VALUES
4 Minute
To
254 Minutes
VALUES
1 Minute
To
254 Minutes
VALUES
ON
OFF
Ignore
S
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T.6
Querying Devices…...
OK
N.1
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T.7
Follow on screen
instructions
E.1
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T.8
E.1
P.1
A
Follow on screen
instructions
H.6
H.7
H.8
T.10
Displays Firmware
Version
VALUES
1 minute
To
100 minutes
A
Follow on screen
instructions
A
A
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H.6
VALUES
Control
Configure
P.1
H.8
VALUES
English
French
Spanish
P.1
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H.7
OK
192.168.1.10
255.255.255.0
192.168.1.1
E.1
Preferred DNS server:
192.168.1.1
Alternate DNS server:
192.168.1.2
BMS Mode:
192.168.1.2
E.1
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T.3
P.1
Version
0:16
0:4
S
Type
AI
DS
DS.1
Description
Input Board@0:16
Digital Switch@0:4
Version
0:16
0:4
Type
AI
DS
Edit
Tools
Panels
Inputs
Description
Input Board@0:16
Digital Switch@0:4
Edit
Groups
1.2
Areas
Tools
Panels
Inputs
Groups
Areas
I.5
I.7
I.4
I.1
D.1
S
D.4
D.5
S
I.6
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I.7
S
LumaCAN: 0:4
Description
Btn.#
1
2
3
4
Id
1
VALUES
1 To 1000
Digital Switch@0:4
Type
Momentary DS Button
Momentary DS Button
Momentary DS Button
Momentary DS Button
Locate
Description
Button 1
Button 2
Button 3
Button 4
OK
Cancel
DS.1
OK
Button #: 1
Type
Momentary DS Button
Description
Button 1
OK
VALUES
Momentary DS Button
On DS Button
Bright DS Button
Dim DS Button
Off DS Button
Cancel
S
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I.6
D.1
D.2
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D.2
D.3
D.4
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D.3
D.5
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I.2
T.2
P.1
T.10
R.2
RN.1
P.3
P.2
RD.2
RN.1
OK
Panel
#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Relays
Description
Relay 01
Relay 02
Relay 03
Relay 04
Relay 05
Relay 06
Relay 07
Type
1TB
1TB
1TB
1TB
1TB
1TB
1TB
OK
R.1
R.2
Version
2.13
2.13
2.13
2.13
2.13
2.13
2.13
Cancel
R.5
R.2
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R.1
OK
RN.1
OK
RN.1
RN.1
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R.5
RN.1
RT.1
VALUES
Check for Yes
Un-check for No
VALUES
Check for Yes
Un-check for No
VALUES
ON
OFF
Ignore
RD.1
VALUES
4 Minute
To
254 Minutes
VALUES
0.5 Seconds
To
25.4 Seconds
RD.2
RT.2
2
Relay 02
2
VALUES
1 Minute
To
254 Minutes
VALUES
Check for Yes
Un-check for No
RD.3
Move to
Previous
Relay
RD.2
Move to Next
Relay
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RD.1
Toggles relay
ON
RT.1
Toggles relay
OFF
RD.3
Toggles relay
ON
RT.2
Toggles relay
OFF
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T.4
C
P.2
1.2
I.1
VALUES
Up to 64 groups
VALUES
Maximum 16 ranges
per group
C
I.5
I.4
VALUES
1 to total number of
channels in system.
8
16
C
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T.5
i.5
AR.2
A
Areas
Name
Add
Tools
Panels
Edit
Inputs
Delete
Groups
Areas
T.3
T.1
T.2
T.4
Areas Details
Description
AA.3
AA.2
A
Schedule
Areas Details
Save
Cancel
Description
Schedule
Areas
Details
Relays
Switches
OCC
AS.1
AG.1
PC
AP.1
AO.1
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H.2
BD.1
CS.1
CS.3
A
D
Schedules
Schedules
Name
Name
Classrooms
Add
Edit
Schedules Calendars
Delete
Add
Clock
Edit
Schedules Calendars
Delete
Clock
BD.2
B
S.2
S.1
C
A.2
C.11
Classrooms
Classrooms
C.10
M-------
A.1
A
OK
OK
D
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
Behavior
Add
B.11
Mon
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
Tue
Behavior
Add
Mon
Tue
Wed
S.3
Wed
Thu
OK
Thu
S.3
Fri
OK
Fri
Sat
Sat
Sun
Sun
OK
Cancel
C
B
OK
Cancel
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S.1
Clock
Clock
Clock Astronomical
Time Zone
Clock
Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Date
4 /10/2011
Use SNTP
Time
12:00:00 PM
24 Hour Clock
Set
Nearest City
Portland, OR
Latitude
45
Sunrise
6:30 AM
Sunset
6:00 PM
Cancel
Schedules Calendars
CS.1
Astronomical
S.2
Clock
Set
Cancel
Schedules Calendars
CS.1
Clock
S.2
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S.2
B
A
Calenders
Calenders
Name
Name
Holidays
Add
Edit
Delete
Schedules Calendars
Add
Clock
CS.3
Edit
Delete
Schedules Calendars
Clock
S.1
Calendar Detail
Name
BD.2
Holiday
April 2011
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Quick Fill
OK
VALUES
Monday
To
Sunday
Cancel
VALUES
A
B
Quick Fill Details
Type
VALUES
Month
Jan to Dec
Year
1st
To
52nd
Quick Fill Details
Type
Date Range
The 1st
Relative Date
Of Month
Monday
Start Date
/
/
Date Range
End Date
/
/
Start Date
/
/
End Date
/
/
OK
Cancel
OK
Cancel
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S.3
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 1
Absolute Time
12:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
B.11
VALUES
0 Minutes
0.5 Minutes
2.5 Minutes
5 Minutes
10 Minutes
20 Minutes
VALUES
2.5 Minutes
5 Minutes
10 Minutes
15 Minutes
30 Minutes
60 Minutes
90 Minutes
120 Minutes
Cancel
VALUES
Behavior 1
To
Behavior 12
VALUES
1 Hours
To
3 Hours
VALUES
0.5 Seconds
To
25.4 Seconds
VALUES
4 Minute
To
254 Minutes
VALUES
12:00 AM
To
11:59 PM
VALUES
0 Minutes
To
59 Minutes
VALUES
1 Minute
To
254 Minutes
VALUES
0 Minutes
0.5 Minutes
2.5 Minutes
5 Minutes
10 Minutes
15 Minutes
20 Minutes
30 Minutes
VALUES
SR+
SRSS+
SS-
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A.1
Add/Delete
Available
-
Areas
Room A101
Assigned
-
Areas
Room B102
OK
A.2
Add/Delete
Available
-
Areas
Room A101
Assigned
-
Areas
Room B102
OK
Add/Delete
Available
Areas
Assigned
-
Areas
Room B102
Room A101
OK
A.2
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C.10
Add/Delete
Available
-
Assigned
Calendars
North Classrooms
-
Calendars
OK
C.11
Add/Delete
Available
-
Assigned
Calenders
North Classrooms
-
Calenders
OK
Add/Delete
Available
Calenders
Assigned
-
Calenders
North Classrooms
OK
C.11
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BD.2
Schedules
Name
Classrooms
X
Are you sure?
Yes
No
OK
OK
Add
Edit
Schedules Calendars
Discards Changes
BD.1
Delete
Clock
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AA.3
AG.1
AA.2
RA.4
Relays
Relays
Panel
Panel
Panel@0:3
Name
AA.4
Add/Delete
Details
Relays
Switches
OCC
PC
Name
Relay 01
Add/Delete
Details
Relays
Switches
OCC
PC
AP.1
AO.1
AS.1
AR.1
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AS.1
AS.3
Areas Details
Id
Input
Button
Add
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
AR.1
PC
AP.1
AG.1
AO.1
Add Switch to Area
Id
Input
Button
Digital Switch@0:4
Button 1
Digital Switch@0:4
Button 2
Digital Switch@0:4
Button 3
Digital Switch@0:4
Button 4
Add
Cancel
Areas Details
Id
Input
Button
Digital Switch@0:4
Button 1
AS.2
Add
Details
Relays
Edit
Delete
Switches
OCC
PC
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AO.1
Areas Details
Name
AA.4
Add/Delete
Details
Relays
AR.1
Switches
AS.1
OCC
PC
AP.1
AG.1
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AP.1
Areas Details
Name
AA.4
Add/Delete
Details
Relays
AR.1
Switches
OCC
PC
AS.1
AG.1
AO.1
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AA.4
Add/Delete
Available
-
Assigned
Panels
Panel@0:3
Relay 01
Relay 02
Relay 03
Relay 04
Relay 05
Relay 06
Relay 07
Panels
RA.4
OK
RA.2
RA.2
Add/Delete
Available
-
Assigned
Panels
- Panel@0:3
Relay 01
Relay 02
Relay 03
Relay 04
Relay 05
Relay 06
Relay 07
Panels
OK
RA.1
OK
Add/Delete
Available
-
Panels
Schedules
Panel@0:3
Relay 02
Relay 03
Relay 04
Relay 05
Relay 06
Relay 07
Relay 08
Assigned
-
Panels
Schedules
Panel@0:3
Classes
Relay 01
OK
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RA.1
RT.17
PULSED RELAY
Check to Enable
Un-check to Disable
Pulsed Relay
Normally Open
On
Sec
Off
Sec
NORMALLY OPEN
Check to Enable
Un-check to Disable
ON
Check to Enable & enter ON
pulse duration
Un-check to Disable
VALUES
OFF
Check to Enable & enter OFF
pulse duration
Un-check to Disable
ON
OFF
Ignore
RT.15
VALUES
4 Minute
To
254 Minutes
VALUES
0.5 Seconds
To
25.4 Seconds
RA.2
RT.18
Relay 02
2
2
Pulsed Relay
VALUES
1 Minute
To
254 Minutes
Normally Open
On
Sec
Off
Sec
VALUES
Check for Yes
Un-check for No
RT.16
Move to
Previous
Relay
RA.3
Move to Next
Relay
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RT.15
Toggles relay
ON
RT.17
Toggles relay
OFF
RT.16
Toggles relay
ON
RT.18
Toggles relay
OFF
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AS.2
SD.2
Digital Switch Button Details
Button #: 1
Type: Momentary DS Button
Initial Level 50%
Id:
Delay
N/A
Override N/A
Description
VALUES
0%
To
100%
VALUES
1 Minute
To
127 Minutes
Relay / Group
Add/Delete...
OK
SD.1
Cancel
AS.3
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SD.1
Add/Delete
Available
-
Assigned
Panels
Panel@0:3
Relay 01
Groups
Panels
Groups
SD.2
OK
SD.4
Add/Delete
Available
-
Assigned
Panels
- Panel@0:3
Relay 01
01
Relay
Groups
Panels
Groups
OK
SD.3
OK
Add/Delete
Available
-
Panels
Panel@0:3
Groups
Assigned
--
Panels
Schedules
Panel@0:3
Classes
Relay 01
Groups
OK
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SD.3
Toggles relay
ON
SD.4
Toggles relay
OFF
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Key
<Add>
-NameNEXT
Details
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
CONCEPTS
Programming
Concepts
.
The main phases of programming the GreenMAX are:
Build Schedules
Populate Low Voltage Inputs
Configure Digital Switches
Build Areas
Overview of Schedules
Programming operation of the GreenMAX is based on running Schedules.
A Schedule can be considered a default seven (7) day pattern of operation
The implementation of the features and functions of GreenMAX is driven
by the Scheduling System. This powerful tool provides control of the
interaction between system input devices and their associated relays. The
list of input devices include occupancy sensors, photocells, and switches.
The main building blocks of programming the Scheduling System:
Agendas
Behaviors
Exception Calendars
Schedules
Astronomical Clock
Time/Date Clock
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Key
Definitions
<Add>
Agenda -NameNEXT
Details
Definitions
On screen button.
Label
of on onscreen
entry field
A pattern
of Behaviors
or list of Behavior Transitions
Button on keypad
that cover a 24 hour period. Each Agenda provides a
Screen Name
Behavior
Digital Switch
A manual control switch station that connects to the
system via the LumaCan network. They are available
in one, two, and four button configurations. Each
button on the Digital Switch is programmable for a
variety of functions and features.
LumaCan
This is the communication network platform that
interconnects all components in the system.
Low Voltage Input
Board
This board provides the connection of Low Voltage
devices to the system. This board is available in two
sizes, 8 and 16 independent inputs.
maximum of 24 transitions for that period. Time
between Transitions can be as short as one minute
apart.
A predefined control scheme that, when applied to
an Area, establishes the interactive priorities
among the input devices in that Area. Certain
behaviors can change device settings at the time of
Transition. The system will stay in the last Behavior
until the next Transition is triggered.
Behavior Transition A point in time that an Agenda triggers an
operational change to new Behavior. The transition
will only occur in an Area that is assigned to the
schedule.
Exceptions Calendar This is a list of dates that requires specific Agenda
that is a departure from the scheduled default
Agenda. For example, a list of Holidays that require a
unique Agenda.
Schedule
This is a series of seven Agendas corresponding with
the days of the week. It is the fundamental or default
week that will routinely function. Agendas for dates
listed on the Exceptions Calendar will override the
default Agenda for that day.
Low Voltage Inputs
Devices that interface with the controlled
environment to detect the presence or absence of
conditions or people. Devices include occupancy
sensors, photocells, low voltage switches, and
contact closures. These devices connect to a port on
the Low Voltage input card and operate at +24vdc.
The input signals from the devices are measured at 0
to +10vdc and can be analog or binary.
Analog Input
This is a signal from a device that will vary in
voltage directly proportional to devices’ measured
detection value. For example, a photocell is used to
measure the light level in a space. Full range or
maximum light level at the photocell will measure
+10vdc and conversely no light level will be 0vdc.
Binary Input
This is a signal from a device that will only have two
state or measured voltage levels. Typically these
values will be +10vdc (full On signal) or 0vdc (Off
signal). An occupancy sensor provides this type of
signal, On when occupant is present or Off when no
occupant is sensed.
This timing feature tracks the Sunset and Sunrise in
the Northern hemisphere as it seasonally changes.
The times change or update on a weekly basis. This
allows Behavior Transitions based on Sunset and
Sunrise times. Offsets from these times are also
programmable.
Astronomical Clock
Time/Date Clock
This is the main system clock used to coordinate all
Behavior Transitions.
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Key
<Add>
-NameNEXT
Details
Programming Excercise: Classroom
On screen button.
This exercise will be used to demonstrate the steps required to program a GreenMAX system. A school has
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
been selected as the setting for this exercise.
Screen Name
The following details apply to this exercise:
There are mutliple classrooms in the school that will operate on the same schedule.
All exterior lights will operate on their own schedule.
Classroom Schedule
Monday to Friday
8:00am
Teaching Time
Lights will be controlled by their respective devices:
Occupancy Sensors – 10 minute delay
Photocells – 35 footcandle target
Digital Switches – On/Off, no delay, no blink warn
B10
5:00pm
Janitor Mode
Lights will be controlled by:
Occupancy Sensors only – 20 minute delay
B5
11:00pm
OFF sweep
Lights will be turned OFF
B7
11:01pm
Security
Lights will be controlled by:
Occupancy Sensors only – 1 minute delay
B5
Lights will be controlled by:
Occupancy Sensors only – 20 minute delay
B5
Saturday & Sunday
8:00am
Janitor Mode
11:00pm
OFF sweep
Lights will be turned OFF
B7
11:01pm
Security
Lights will be controlled by:
Occupancy Sensors only – 1 minute delay
B5
Lights will be controlled by:
Occupancy Sensors only – 1 minute delay
B5
Lights will be turned ON
B6
Lights will be turned OFF
B7
Exceptions
April 11 to April 15, each year
11:01pm
Security
Exterior Schedule
SS +30m Turn ON
SR +30m
Turn OFF
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Key
<Add>
-NameNEXT
Details
Step 1: Create a Schedule
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Programming operation of the GreenMAX is based on running Schedules.
A Schedule can be considered a default seven (7) day pattern of operation.
The following rules apply:
An Area requires a Schedule to operate.
Only one Schedule can be assigned to an Area.
A Schedule can be assigned to multiple Areas.
Schedules reside in the GreenMAX system and can be accessed
through the Handheld Display Unit (HDU).
Step 1.1
Project: TEST
Monitor
Control
To create a Schedule, enter the <Control> section of the
Handheld Display Unit (HDU) software.
Understanding the Screen
There are three sections of the HDU software. The sections
under the buttons are:
<Monitor> - Used to check the system time/date, relay status
<Control> - Access Scheduling
<Config> - Configuration of system including set-up of Areas
Config
OK
Step 1.2
Schedules
The first <Control> HDU screen lists the existing Schedules
available in your GreenMAX System. The screen shown indicates
that there are no Schedules available or created.
Name
By navigating to <Add> and pressing OK, this will initiate the
creation of a Schedule.
Add
Edit
Other Options
To modify an existing Schedule, highlight the appropriate
Schedule on the list. Navigate to <Edit> and press OK, to
initiate the modification of the selected Schedule.
Delete
Schedules Calendars
Clock
To delete an existing Schedule, highlight the appropriate
Schedule on the list. Navigate to <Delete> and press OK, to
erase the selected Schedule.
OK
Step 1.3
Classrooms
Next
The screen is entered with the -Name- field highlighted. Enter
the desired name of your Schedule using the alpha numeric
keypad of the HDU. When complete, press the NEXT button on
the navigation keypad. The cursor will advance to the <Monday>
button.
Ignore this area during this process
Ignore this area during this process
Understanding the Screen
The label value of “Inactive” shown on the <Monday> button
indicates that there is currently no Behavior transitions
programmed for this day. The same is true for all days,
Monday through Sunday, of this schedule.
There are no Exception Calendars associated with this
Schedule.
OK
This Schedule has not been assigned to any Areas.
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.4
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
Behavior
Add
The screen is entered at the first line of the Agenda. There are a
total of 24 Behavior Transition times available per day. Clicking
OK will advance to the Behavior Transition Detail screen.
Mon
Tue
Wed
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday, as shown here.
<OK> - Will save the settings or changes
<Cancel> - Will discard the changes
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
OK
Step 1.5
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 1
Absolute Time
12:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Cancel
The Behavior Transition Detail screen is entered at the Behavior
selection box. Use the UP or DOWN arrows to choose the desired
Behavior. Consulate the Behavior chart in the Manual for
descriptions. For this example change to Behavior 10.
Next
Next
Step 1.6
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Use a combination of the UP and DOWN arrows as well as the
NEXT button to change the time to 8:00 AM. When complete, use
the NEXT button to navigate to the -Occ Delay- field. Adjust this
setting to 10 minutes.
Behavior 10
Absolute Time
8:00 AM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
10
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Understanding the Screen
<Offset> provides access to Sunrise and Sunset settings for
Astronomical clock times.
-BW Time-, -BW Delay-, -BW Ovrd- - These are the
Blinkwarn settings that apply to this Behavior Transition
only. They will override the Global Blinkwarn Settings set in
the System Settings section.
Cancel
Next
Understanding the Screen
-Swt Delay- is used if the switch in the associated Area is to
function as a Timed Off switch. This is the amount of time the
lights will stay On after a button press, and before they will
turn Off.
-Occ Delay- This is the amount of time the lights will stay On
after the occupancy sensor does not detect occupancy and
before they will turn Off.
-PC Delay- This is the amount of time the lights will stay On
after the photocell trigger point is exceeded and
before they will turn Off.
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Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.7
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
8:00 AM
Behavior
Add
Behavior
10
Add
Navigate to the Add line of the list, in this case the second line.
Click OK to advance to the Behavior Transition Detail screen.
Mon
Tue
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday, as shown here.
A transition to Behavior 10 will occur Monday at 8:00 AM.
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
OK
Step 1.8
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 1
Absolute Time
12:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Cancel
The Behavior Transition Detail screen is entered at the Behavior
selection box. Use the UP or DOWN arrows to choose the desired
Behavior. Consulate the Behavior chart in the Manual for
descriptions. For this example change to Behavior 5.
Next
Next
Step 1.9
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Next
Use a combination of the UP and DOWN arrows as well as the
NEXT button to change the time to 5:00 PM. When complete, use
the NEXT button to navigate to the -Occ Delay- field. Enter the
value of 20 minutes.
Behavior 5
Absolute Time
5:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
20
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Next
Cancel
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Step 1.10
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
8:00 AM
5:00 PM
Behavior
Behavior
10
Add
Behavior 5
Add
Navigate to the Add line of the list, in this case the second line.
Click OK to advance to the Behavior Transition Detail screen.
Mon
Tue
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday, as shown here.
A transition to Behavior 10 will occur Monday at 8:00 AM.
A transition to Behavior 5 will occur Monday at 11:00 PM.
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
OK
Step 1.11
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 1
Absolute Time
12:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Cancel
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Next
Next
Next
Step 1.12
Use a combination of the UP and DOWN arrows as well as the
NEXT button to change the time to 11:00 PM. When complete,
use the NEXT button to navigate to the <OK> onscreen button.
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 7
Absolute Time
11:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
The Behavior Transition Detail screen is entered at the Behavior
selection box. Use the UP or DOWN arrows to choose the desired
Behavior. Consulate the Behavior chart in the Manual for
descriptions. For this example change to Behavior 7.
Cancel
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Screen Name
Step 1.13
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
8:00 AM
5:00 PM
11:00 PM
Behavior
Behavior
10
Add
Behavior 5
Behavior 7
Add
Navigate to the Add line of the list, in this case the second line.
Click OK to advance to the Behavior Transition Detail screen.
Mon
Tue
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday, as shown here.
A transition to Behavior 10 will occur Monday at 8:00 AM.
A transition to Behavior 5 will occur Monday at 5:00 PM.
A transition to Behavior 7 will occur Monday at 11:00 PM.
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
OK
Step 1.14
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 1
Absolute Time
12:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Cancel
The Behavior Transition Detail screen is entered at the Behavior
selection box. Use the UP or DOWN arrows to choose the desired
Behavior. Consulate the Behavior chart in the Manual for
descriptions. For this example change to Behavior 5.
Next
Next
Step 1.15
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Next
Use a combination of the UP and DOWN arrows as well as the
NEXT button to change the time to 11:01 PM. When complete,
use the NEXT button to navigate to the -Occ Delay- field. Adjust
this setting to 1 minute.
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 5
Absolute Time
11:01 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
1
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Next
Cancel
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Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.16
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
8:00 AM
5:00 PM
11:00 PM
11:01 PM
Behavior
Behavior
10
Add
Behavior 5
Behavior 7
Behavior 5
Add
To apply this Agenda or pattern of Behavior to each day of the
week press Next to advance to the Day column.
Mon
Tue
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday, as shown here.
A transition to Behavior 10 will occur Monday at 8:00 AM.
A transition to Behavior 5 will occur Monday at 5:00 PM.
A transition to Behavior 7 will occur Monday at 11:00 PM.
A transition to Behavior 5 will occur Monday at 11:01 PM.
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
Next
Step 1.17
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
8:00 AM
5:00 PM
11:00 PM
11:01 PM
Behavior
Behavior
10
Add
Behavior 5
Behavior 7
Behavior 5
Add
Press Next to the -Tuesday- check box.
Press -OK- to check the box, this will add Tuesday to the active
list.
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
Next
Repeat this button
press combination to
fill all check boxes
(Mon thru Fri)
OK
Step 1.18
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
8:00 AM
5:00 PM
11:00 PM
11:01 PM
Behavior
Behavior
10
Add
Behavior 5
Behavior 7
Behavior 5
Add
Mon
Use a combination of the NEXT and OK to fill in the Tuesday
through Friday check boxes.
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday through Friday.
A transition to Behavior 10 will occur Monday at 8:00 AM.
A transition to Behavior 5 will occur Monday at 5:00 PM.
A transition to Behavior 7 will occur Monday at 11:00 PM.
A transition to Behavior 5 will occur Monday at 11:01 PM.
Sun
OK
Cancel
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-NameNEXT
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.19
Classrooms
To save the Schedule, press the NEXT button on the navigation
keypad to advance to the <Save> button.
Understanding the Screen
The label value of “Inactive” shown on the <Saturday> and
<Sunday> button indicates that there are currently no
Behavior transitions programmed for this day.
MTWTF-MTWTF--
Ignore this area during this process
MTWTF-MTWTF--
The “MTWTF - -“ on the <Monday> through <Friday>
indicate that the same Agenda applies to each of these days.
MTWTF-Ignore this area during this process
There are no Exception Calendars associated with this
Schedule.
This Schedule has not been assigned to any Areas.
Step 1.20
Schedules
The Classrooms Schedule must be modified to include a specific
Agenda for both Saturday and Sunday. Highlight the Classroom
Schedule on the list of available Schedules in the GreenMAX
system. Navigate to the <Edit> button by pressing NEXT and then
press OK.
Name
Classrooms
Other Options
To add a new Schedule, navigate to <Add> and press OK, to
initiate the addition of a Schedule.
Add
Edit
Delete
Schedules Calendars
To delete an existing Schedule, highlight the appropriate
Schedule on the list. Navigate to <Delete> and press OK, to
erase the selected Schedule.
Clock
OK
Step 1.21
Classrooms
Next
The screen is entered in the -Name- button highlighted.
Navigate by pressing the NEXT button on the navigation keypad
to advance to the <Saturday> button.
MTWTF-MTWTF-Next
Ignore this area during this process
MTWTF-MTWTF-MTWTF-Ignore this area during this process
OK
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Screen Name
Step 1.22
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
Behavior
Add
The screen is entered at the first line of the Agenda. There are a
total of 24 Behavior Transition times available per day. Clicking
OK will advance to the Behavior Transition Detail screen.
Mon
Tue
Wed
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Saturday, as shown here.
<OK> - Will save the settings or changes
<Cancel> - Will discard the changes
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
OK
Step 1.23
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 1
Absolute Time
12:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Cancel
The Behavior Transition Detail screen is entered at the Behavior
selection box. Use the UP or DOWN arrows to choose the desired
Behavior. Consulate the Behavior chart in the Manual for
descriptions. For this example change to Behavior 5.
Understanding the Screen
<Absolute Time> setting for a specific time of the day to
trigger a Behavior Transition.
Next
Next
Step 1.24
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Next
Use a combination of the UP and DOWN arrows as well as the
NEXT button to change the time to 8:00 AM. When complete, use
the NEXT button to navigate to the -Occ Delay- field. Adjust this
setting to 10 minutes.
Behavior 5
Absolute Time
8:00 AM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
10
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Next
Understanding the Screen
-Occ Delay- This is the amount of time the lights will stay On
after the occupancy sensor does not detect occupancy and
before they will turn Off.
Cancel
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Label of on onscreen entry field
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Screen Name
Step 1.25
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
8:00 AM
Behavior
Add
Behavior
5
Add
Navigate to the Add line of the list, in this case the second line.
Click OK to advance to the Behavior Transition Detail screen.
Mon
Tue
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Saturday, as shown here.
A transition to Behavior 5 will occur at 8:00 AM.
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
OK
Step 1.26
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 1
Absolute Time
12:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Cancel
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Next
Understanding the Screen
<Absolute Time> setting for a specific time of the day to
trigger a Behavior Transition.
Next
Next
Step 1.27
Use a combination of the UP and DOWN arrows as well as the
NEXT button to change the time to 11:00 PM. When complete,
use the NEXT button to navigate to the -OK- field
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 7
Absolute Time
11:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
1
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
The Behavior Transition Detail screen is entered at the Behavior
selection box. Use the UP or DOWN arrows to choose the desired
Behavior. Consulate the Behavior chart in the Manual for
descriptions. For this example change to Behavior 7.
Cancel
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Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.28
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
8:00 AM
11:00 PM
Behavior
Add
Behavior
5
Add
Behavior
7
Add
Navigate to the Add line of the list, in this case the third line.
Click OK to advance to the Behavior Transition Detail screen.
Mon
Tue
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Saturday, as shown here.
A transition to Behavior 5 will occur at 8:00 AM.
A transition to Behavior 7 will occur at 11:00 PM.
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
OK
Step 1.29
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 1
Absolute Time
12:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Cancel
The Behavior Transition Detail screen is entered at the Behavior
selection box. Use the UP or DOWN arrows to choose the desired
Behavior. Consulate the Behavior chart in the Manual for
descriptions. For this example change to Behavior 5.
Understanding the Screen
<Absolute Time> setting for a specific time of the day to
trigger a Behavior Transition.
Next
Next
Step 1.30
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Next
Use a combination of the UP and DOWN arrows as well as the
NEXT button to change the time to 11:01 PM. When complete,
use the NEXT button to navigate to the -Occ Delay- field. Adjust
this setting to 1 minute.
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 5
Absolute Time
11:01 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
1
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Next
Cancel
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Step 1.31
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
8:00 AM
11:00 PM
11:01 PM
Behavior
Behavior
5
Add
Behavior 7
Behavior 5
Add
To apply this Agenda or pattern of Behavior to each day of the
week press Next to advance to the Day column.
Mon
Tue
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday, as shown here.
A transition to Behavior 5 will occur Monday at 8:00 AM.
A transition to Behavior 7 will occur Monday at 11:00 PM.
A transition to Behavior 5 will occur Monday at 11:01 PM.
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
Next
Step 1.32
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
8:00 AM
11:00 PM
11:01 PM
Behavior
Behavior
5
Add
Behavior 7
Behavior 5
Add
Press Next to the -Sunday- check box.
Press OK to check the box, this will add Sunday to the active list.
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
Next
OK
Step 1.33
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
8:00 AM
11:00 PM
11:01 PM
Behavior
Behavior
5
Add
Behavior 7
Behavior 5
Add
Mon
Navigate to the <OK> button to return to the Schedule detail
screen.
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Saturday and Sunday.
A transition to Behavior 5 will occur Monday at 8:00 AM.
A transition to Behavior 7 will occur Monday at 11:00 PM.
A transition to Behavior 5 will occur Monday at 11:01 PM.
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
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Label of on onscreen entry field
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Screen Name
Classrooms
MTWTF-MTWTF-MTWTF-MTWTF-MTWTF-- - - - - SS
- - - - - SS
Step 1.34
To save the Schedule, press the NEXT button on the navigation
keypad to advance to the <Save> button.
Understanding the Screen
The label value of “MTWTF - -“ on the <Monday> through
<Friday> indicates that the same Agenda applies to each of
these days.
The label value of “- - - - - SS” shown on the <Saturday> and
<Sunday> button indicates that a specific Agenda applies to
both of these days. This Agenda is different than the other
days of the week.
There are no Exception Calendars associated with this
Schedule.
This Schedule has not been assigned to any Areas.
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Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.35
Schedules
The second schedule named Exterior must be created to
accommodate the exterior lighting for Monday through Sunday.
Navigate to the <Add> button by pressing NEXT and then press
OK.
Name
Classrooms
Other Options
To modify an existing Schedule, highlight the appropriate
Schedule on the list. Navigate to <Edit> and press OK, to
initiate the modification of the selected Schedule.
Add
Edit
Schedules Calendars
To delete an existing Schedule, highlight the appropriate
Schedule on the list. Navigate to <Delete> and press OK, to
erase the selected Schedule.
Delete
Clock
Next
Step 1.36
Schedules
Navigate to the <Add> button by pressing NEXT and then press
OK.
Name
Classrooms
Add
Edit
Schedules Calendars
Delete
Clock
OK
Step 1.37
Exterior
Next
The screen is entered in the -Name- button highlighted.
Navigate by pressing the NEXT button on the navigation keypad
to advance to the <Monday> button.
OK
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Label of on onscreen entry field
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Screen Name
Step 1.38
Agenda For Schedule: Exterior
Start Time
Behavior
Add
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
The screen is entered at the first line of the Agenda. There are a
total of 24 Behavior Transition times available per day. Clicking
OK will advance to the Behavior Transition Detail screen.
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday, as shown here.
<OK> - Will save the settings or changes
<Cancel> - Will discard the changes
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
OK
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 1
Absolute Time
12:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Cancel
Step 1.39
The Behavior Transition Detail screen is entered at the Behavior
selection box. Use the UP or DOWN arrows to choose the desired
Behavior. Consulate the Behavior chart in the Manual for
descriptions. For this example change to Behavior 6.
Understanding the Screen
<Offset> provides access to Sunrise and Sunset settings for
Astronomical clock times.
-BW Time-, -BW Delay-, -BW Ovrd- - These are the
Blinkwarn settings that apply to this Behavior Transition
only. They will override the Global Blinkwarn Settings set in
the System Settings section.
Next
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Use the NEXT button to navigate to the -Absolute Time- check
button.
Use the DOWN arrow to move to the -Offset- check button.
Press OK to activate the -Offset- setting.
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 6
Absolute Time
12:00 AM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Step 1.40
Cancel
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Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.41
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
The Exterior Schedule requires the lights to turn On 30 minutes
after Sunset.
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 6
Absolute Time
12:00 AM
Offset
SS+
N/A
N/A
N/Amin
30
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Use the RIGHT arrow to navigate to the -SS+- list. Use the UP and
DOWN arrows to select; sunrise plus a time value after (SR+),
sunrise minus a time value before (SR-), sunset plus a time value
after (SS+), sunset minus a time value before (SS-).
Next
Use the RIGHT arrow to move to the -Hour- list box. Use the UP
and DOWN arrows to set time offset in hours.
Use the RIGHT arrow to move to the -Minutes- list box. Use the
UP and DOWN arrows to set time offset in minutes.
Cancel
Use the NEXT button on the keypad to navigate to the -OKbutton when finished.
Step 1.42
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
SS+ 30m
Behavior
Add
Behavior
6
Add
Navigate to the Add line of the list, in this case the second line.
Click OK to advance to the Behavior Transition Detail screen.
Mon
Tue
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday, as shown here.
A transition to Behavior 6 will occur 30 minutes after Sunset.
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
OK
Step 1.43
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
The Exterior Schedule requires the lights to turn Off 30 minutes
after Sunrise.
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 7
Absolute Time
12:00 AM
Offset
SR+
N/A
N/A
N/Amin
30
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Cancel
Use the RIGHT arrow to navigate to the -SS+- list. Use the UP and
DOWN arrows to select; sunrise plus a time value after (SR+),
sunrise minus a time value before (SR-), sunset plus a time value
after (SS+), sunset minus a time value before (SS-).
Next
Use the RIGHT arrow to move to the -Hour- list box. Use the UP
and DOWN arrows to set time offset in hours.
Use the RIGHT arrow to move to the -Minutes- list box. Use the
UP and DOWN arrows to set time offset in minutes.
Use the NEXT button on the keypad to navigate to the -OKbutton when finished.
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<Add>
-NameNEXT
Details
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.44
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
SS+ 30m
SR+ 30m
Behavior
Add
Behavior
6
Add
Behavior
7
Add
Navigate to the -Mon- check box by pressing NEXT.
Mon
Tue
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday, as shown here.
A transition to Behavior 6 will occur 30 minutes after Sunset.
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
OK
Step 1.45
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
SS+ 30m
SR+ 30m
Behavior
Add
Behavior
6
Add
Behavior
7
Add
Navigate to the -Tue- check box by pressing NEXT.
Press OK to check the box.
Repeat these steps to fill check all boxes.
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
Next
OK
Step 1.46
Agenda For Schedule: Classrooms
Start Time
SS+ 30m
SR+ 30m
Behavior
Add
Behavior
6
Add
Behavior
7
Add
Mon
Navigate to the -OK- onscreen button by pressing NEXT.
Press OK to save settings and return to the Schedules screen.
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda applies to Monday through Sunday.
A transition to Behavior 6 will occur 30 minutes after Sunset.
A transition to Behavior 7 will occur 30 minutes after Sunrise.
Sat
Sun
OK
Cancel
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-NameNEXT
Details
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.47
Schedules
Name
Classrooms
Exterior
Next
There are now two Schedules available in the system for two
different uses and patterns of behavior.
To add an Exceptions Calendar to the schedule, navigate to the
<Calendars> button and press OK.
To navigate to the Home screen press the HOME button.
Add
Edit
Other Options
To modify an existing Schedule, highlight the appropriate
Schedule on the list. Navigate to <Edit> and press OK, to
initiate the modification of the selected Schedule.
Delete
Schedules Calendars
Clock
To delete an existing Schedule, highlight the appropriate
Schedule on the list. Navigate to <Delete> and press OK, to
erase the selected Schedule.
OK
Calendar Detail
To adjust the system clock, navigate to <Clock> and press OK.
Name
Step 1.48
Holiday
The Exception Calendar can be custom named. This Calendar is
to be named -Holiday- and will include April 11 through April 15.
A specific pattern of behavior will run on these dates.
To add a range of dates to the Exceptions Calendar, navigate to
the <Quick Fill> button and press OK.
April 2011
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Quick Fill
OK
Understanding the Screen
This Exception Calendar has no highlighted dates.
To view dates in May, navigate to <>> (right) by pressing the
NEXT button. Press OK to select.
To view dates in March, navigate to <>> (right) by pressing
the NEXT button. Press OK to select.
Cancel
To select a specific date on the Calendar, press the NEXT
button to move into the date fields. Use the arrow buttons to
move to the desired date. Press OK to select.
OK
Step 1.49
Quick Fill Details
Next
Type
The selected method of date entry is -Date Range-, the other
mode is -Relative Date-. Navigate to and enter the -Start Date-.
Fields are provided for month, day, and year. A specific pattern
of behavior will run on these dates.
To accept changes navigate to the <OK> button and press OK.
Date Range
Start Date 4
/ 11 /
4
/ 15 /
End Date
Next
Next
OK
Cancel
Understanding the Screen
This Exception Calendar will include the dates between April
11 and April 15. Since the year field has been left blank, these
dates will apply each year moving forward. The dates will
be highlighted on the calendar named -Holiday-.
To abandon changes, navigate to the <Cancel> button and
press OK.
To erase entries in a field use the CLEAR button on the
keypad.
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Calendar Detail
Name
Step 1.50
Holiday
The Exception Calendar named Holiday has highlighted dates
from April 11 through April 15. No behavior patterns have been
specified, this is done in the Schedule Detail screen.
To add additional range of dates to the Exceptions Calendar,
navigate to the <Quick Fill> button and press OK.
April 2011
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Quick Fill
OK
Cancel
OK
Step 1.51
Schedules
Once the dates have been added to the Exceptions Calendar, the
Calendar can be added to a Schedule. Select the Schedule from
the list of two Schedules available in the system.
To add an Exceptions Calendar to the schedule, navigate to the
<Edit> button and press OK.
Name
Classrooms
Exterior
Add
Edit
Schedules Calendars
Delete
Clock
Classrooms
Next
Next
Add/Del...
Step 1.52
To add an Exception Calendar to the Schedule, press the NEXT
button on the navigation keypad to advance to the -Add/Delfield. Press OK to select.
MTWTF-MTWTF-MTWTF-MTWTF-MTWTF-- - - - - SS
- - - - - SS
Next
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.53
Add/Delete
Available
-
Calendars
Holiday
Assigned
-
Calendars
The Exception Calendar named Holiday can be viewed on the list
of Available Calendars. Each Exception Calendar that is created
appears on the list. Multiple Exception Calendars can be added
to a schedule.
Exception Calendars can be Assigned Schedules.
The desired Exception Calendar must be moved from the
Available list, on the left side of the screen, to the Assigned list
on the right.
OK
Step 1.54
Add/Delete
Available
-
Calenders
Holiday
Assigned
-
Use the DOWN arrow to highlight the desired Exceptions
Calendar.
Calenders
OK
Step 1.55
Add/Delete
Available
Calenders
Assigned
-
Calenders
Holiday
Use the RIGHT arrow to move the highlighted Exceptions
Calendar to the Assigned List.
Reversing the procedure will un-assign the Calendar.
OK
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<Add>
-NameNEXT
Details
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Classrooms
MTWTF--
Holiday
Add/Del...
Step 1.52
The Holiday Exception Calendar is now listed as assigned to the
Schedule. Press the OK button on the navigation keypad to
create or edit the -Holiday- Agenda.
MTWTF-MTWTF-MTWTF-MTWTF-- - - - - SS
- - - - - SS
Agenda For Calendar: Holiday
Start Time
Step 1.44
Navigate to the -Mon- check box by pressing NEXT.
Behavior
Add
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday, as shown here.
A transition to Behavior 6 will occur 30 minutes after Sunset.
OK
Cancel
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.29
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 1
Absolute Time
12:00 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
OK
Cancel
The Behavior Transition Detail screen is entered at the Behavior
selection box. Use the UP or DOWN arrows to choose the desired
Behavior. Consulate the Behavior chart in the Manual for
descriptions. For this example change to Behavior 5.
Understanding the Screen
<Absolute Time> setting for a specific time of the day to
trigger a Behavior Transition.
Next
Next
Step 1.30
Agenda Behavior Transition Detail
Use a combination of the UP and DOWN arrows as well as the
NEXT button to change the time to 11:01 PM. When complete,
use the NEXT button to navigate to the -Occ Delay- field. Adjust
this setting to 1 minute.
Transition to behavior:
Behavior 5
Absolute Time
11:01 PM
Offset
N/A
N/A
N/A
Swt Delay
N/A
BW Time
N/A
Occ Delay
N/A
1
BW Delay
N/A
PC Delay
N/A
BW Ovrd
N/A
Next
Next
OK
Cancel
OK
Agenda For Calendar: Holiday
Start Time
11:01 PM
Step 1.44
Navigate to the -Mon- check box by pressing NEXT.
Behavior
Add
Behavior
5
Add
Understanding the Screen
This Agenda only applies to Monday, as shown here.
A transition to Behavior 6 will occur 30 minutes after Sunset.
OK
Cancel
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<Add>
-NameNEXT
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 1.52
Classrooms
The Holiday Exception Calendar is now listed as assigned to the
Schedule. Press the OK button on the navigation keypad to
create or edit the -Holiday- Agenda.
Holiday
Add/Del...
MTWTF-MTWTF-MTWTF-MTWTF-MTWTF-- - - - - SS
- - - - - SS
OK
Step 1.51
Schedules
Once the dates have been added to the Exceptions Calendar, the
Calendar can be added to a Schedule. Select the Schedule from
the list of two Schedules available in the system.
To add an Exceptions Calendar to the schedule, navigate to the
<Edit> button and press OK.
Name
Classrooms
Exterior
Add
Edit
Schedules Calendars
Delete
Clock
Home
Project: TEST
Monitor
Control
Config
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Key
Programming
Excercise: Classroom
<Add>
-NameNEXT
Details
Step 2: Configure Devices
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
The GreenMAX can be configured to handle a wide variety of input
devices. These devices operate at +24vdc and are wired to an input
terminal on the Low Voltage (AI) board. Each terminal port must be
configured to match the device and its expected functionality.
The following Low Voltage input devices can be connected to the system:
Occupancy sensors.
Photocells.
Switches.
Contact closures.
Step 2.1
Project: TEST
Monitor
Control
The configuration steps of the Low Voltage Input Card is
performed in the <Config> section of the HDU software.
Understanding the Screen
There are three sections of the HDU software. The other
two sections under the buttons are:
<Monitor> - Used to check the system time, relay status
<Control> - Access Scheduling
Config
Step 2.2
Use a combination of the UP and DOWN arrows as well as the
NEXT button to navigate to the <Inputs> onscreen button. Press
OK to select.
OK
Step 2.3
Version
0:16
0:4
Type
AI
DS
Description
Input Board@0:16
Digital Switch@0:4
The Network Inventory will provide a listing of all system Input
devices. This includes both Low Voltage Input Boards (AI) and
Digital switches.
Understanding the Screen
There are two Input Devices in this system.
There is a 16 input AI board at address ID 16.
There is a 4 button Digital Switch at address ID 4.
Edit
Tools
OK
Panels
Inputs
Groups
Areas
Description of the onscreen buttons:
<Edit>
selecting this onscreen button will allow
editing of the highlighted device in the list.
<Tools>
use to navigate to the System Tools screen.
<Panels> use to navigate to the Relay Panel Detail Screen
<Groups> use to navigate to the Group building screen
<Areas> use to navigate to the Areas configuration screen
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<Add>
-NameNEXT
Details
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 2.4
The Input Board Details screen displays the number of inputs,
the LumaCan address ID and the -Description- field. Enter job
specific description in this field.
Once the correct information is entered, use the RIGHT arrow to
move to the -Devices- tab at the top of the screen.
Understanding the Screen
The other onscreen buttons are:
<OK> - Used to accept the entries
<Cancel> - Used to discard entries
Step 2.5
1
OK
The -Devices- tab reveals a list of the Input Ports on the AI Board
being configured. Ports are numbered sequentially in quantities
of 8 or 16. No data entry can be made on this screen. Highlight
the Input Port number and press OK to enter the editing screen.
Use the UP or DOWN arrows on the keypad to navigate up or
down the list. The scroll bar to the right indicates position on the
list.
If the wrong device type appears on the list, highlight the Input
Port number and press CLEAR on the keypad.
Understanding the Screen
No devices have been configured for this AI board.
The onscreen buttons are:
<OK> - Used to accept the entries
<Cancel> - Used to discard entries
Step 2.6
The Device Type screen is used to select the type of device that is
wired to the input port. Use the UP and DOWN arrows on the
keypad to display the desired device.
The Description field should be used to document the location of
the device.
Occupancy Sensor
161
Ceiling Occupancy Sensor
in office
Understanding the Screen
The -Button #- is available for display purposes only and does
not have any configuration value.
The -ID- is available for display purposes only and does not
have any configuration value. It can be used to match the
numbering on project drawings. Maximum value is 1000.
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<Add>
-NameNEXT
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 2.8
The fully populated Input Board Details screen will look as
shown here. The Input Ports can be configured in any order as
necessary.
161
2
162
163
164
232
232
Understanding the Screen
The ID numbers are for information purposes. They can be
any number that makes sense to the user. The system only
stores these numbers and does not use them for any
function other than identification.
The ‘Btn” column will be populated with switch button
numbers if Low Voltage Switches are configured at the
Port location.
Closed Loop Photocell
Trigger Photocell
Occpancy Sensor
Occupancy Sensor
Open Loop Photocell
.
Version
0:16
0:4
Type
AI
DS
The other onscreen buttons are:
<OK> - Used to accept the entries
<Cancel> - Used to discard entries
Description
Input Board@0:16
Digital Switch@0:4
Edit
Tools
Panels
Inputs
Groups
Areas
Next
Step 2.9
Version
0:16
0:4
Type
AI
DS
The Inputs listing shows a Digital Switch at LumaCan ID 4. This is
a 4 button Digital Switch to be used for Dimming control.
Highlight the device and move the indicator to the appropriate
device line. Use the UP and DOWN arrows to move about the
list. Use NEXT to navigate to the <Edit> button.
Description
Input Board@0:16
Digital Switch@0:4
Edit
Tools
Panels
Inputs
Groups
Areas
OK
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<Add>
-NameNEXT
Details
On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 2.10
LumaCAN: 0:4
Description
Btn.#
1
2
3
4
Id
1
Next
Digital Switch@0:4
Type
Momentary DS Button
Momentary DS Button
Momentary DS Button
Momentary DS Button
Locate
Description
Button 1
Button 2
Button 3
Button 4
OK
Next
The Digital Switch Detail screen provides an ID setting for
informational purposes and a description field. These fields fill
the list on the previous screen. Button function must be
configured. Highlight the Button number and press OK to enter
the editing screen.
Use the UP or DOWN arrows on the keypad to navigate up or
down the list.
Cancel
OK
Step 2.11
Button #: 1
Type
Momentary DS Button
Description
Button 1
OK
Next
Cancel
The Digital Switch Button Details screen is used to configure the
individual button function and to name the button. Use the UP
and DOWN arrows on the keypad to display the desired button
function.
The Description field should be used to document the function of
the individual buttons. This field is for user reference only.
Understanding the Screen
The type options are:
Momentary DS Button
On DS Button
Bright DS Button
Dim DS Button
Off DS Button
Button #: 1
Type
On DS Button
Description
Daylight ON
OK
Cancel
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<Add>
-NameNEXT
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On screen button.
Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
Step 2.12
LumaCAN: 0:4
Description
Btn.#
1
2
3
4
Id
This illustration shows the recommended configuration for a
Digital Switch used for dimming control application. The button
Type fields should match those shown. Each field should be
adjusted individually. Button descriptions are entered on the
Button Detail Screen shown previous.
1
Dimming Zone 1
Type
On DS Button
Bright DS Button
Dim DS Button
Off DS Button
Locate
Description
Daylighting On
Button 2
Button 3
Button 4
OK
Cancel
Use the UP or DOWN arrows on the keypad to navigate up or
down the list.
Use NEXT and BACK to navigate between sections on the screen.
Understanding the Screen
The ID number are for information purposes and can
be used to match assigned project switch numbers.
OK
Step 2.13
Version
0:16
0:4
Type
AI
DS
Description
Input Board@0:16
Dimming Zone 1
The Inputs list has a Digital Switch at ID 4 and is described as
Dimming Zone 1.
Use the UP and DOWN arrows to move about the list. Use NEXT
to navigate to the <Areas> button.
Edit
Tools
Panels
Inputs
Groups
Areas
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Pulsed Relay
Normally Open
On
Sec
Off
Sec
Btn.#
1
2
3
4
Type
On DS Button
Bright DS Button
Dim DS Button
Off DS Button
Locate
Description
Button 1
Button 2
Button 3
Button 4
OK
Cancel
OK
Version
0:16
0:4
Type
AI
DS
Description
Input Board@0:16
Dimming Zone 1
Edit
Tools
Panels
Inputs
Groups
Areas
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Monitor
Timing
Set Up
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Label of on onscreen entry field
Button on keypad
Screen Name
PULSED RELAY
Check to Enable
Un-check to Disable
Used for Sentry Switch & AS100 type
devices
Relay will be ON (closed) most of the time
Duration of OFF Pulse controls action of
the device
Pulsed Relay
Normally Open
On
Sec
Off
Sec
PULSED RELAY
Check to Enable
Un-check to Disable
Used for Sentry Switch & AS100 type
devices
Relay will be ON (closed) most of the time
Duration of OFF Pulse controls action of
the device
BLINK WARN
Un-check to Disable
Step 2.11
This illustration shows the recommended configuration for a
Digital Switch used for dimming control application. The button
Type fields should match those shown. Each field should be
adjusted individually. Button descriptions are entered on the
Button Detail Screen shown previous.
Use the UP or DOWN arrows on the keypad to navigate up or
down the list.
Use NEXT and BACK to navigate between sections on the screen.
Understanding the Screen
The ID number are for information purposes and can
be used to match assigned project switch numbers.
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