LC8-120/277
Lighting Control Panel
The LC8 Lighting Control Panel is an easy to use lighting controller intended for
applications where automated lighting control is required. Lighting control can be
configured to respond to scheduling, photocell input, astronomic input, switch input and/
or combinations of these. The LC8 is suitable for interior or exterior lighting and can be
configured with either single pole single throw relays or double pole single throw relays
for multi pole circuits. Configuration changes are easily made through the integrated
touch screen that is always accessible through the panel cover.
SPECIFICATIONS
Power input. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120/277 VAC; 50/60 Hz
Accessory power. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 500 mA at 24 VDC
Switch inputs with screw terminals;
Used with 3-wire momentary, 2-wire momentary or maintained with pilot light output
Relay grouping
Configurable to switches through touchscreen user interface
Panel weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8.1 lbs. (without relays)
Relays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Modular; dual 1-pole or single 2-pole
LCDP-1 relay ratings
Ballast/LED Driver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 A @ 208V
Ballast/LED Driver. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 A @ 240V/480V (2 Phase)
Motor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 HP @ 208V/240V
Short Circuit Current Rating. . . . . . . 14kA AIC @ 277 VAC
LCSP-2 relay ratings
Incandescent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 A @ 120V/277V
Ballast/LED Driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 A @ 120V/277V
Motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1/2 HP @ 120V
Short Circuit Current Rating. . . . . . . 14kA AIC @ 277 VAC
Relay weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LCDP-1: 0.49 lbs., LCSP-2: 0.37 lbs.
Operating conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . For indoor use only
32-122oF (0-50oC); 5-95% RH noncondensing
UL and CUL listed
©2013 WattStopper
User Manual
UNIT DESCRIPTION
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Quick Setup..... ............................................................................................3
Interior Lighting.......................................................................................3
Exterior Lighting......................................................................................6
Installation and Setup.................................................................................10
Installing the Panel................................................................................10
Wiring SPST Loads.................................................................................11
Wiring DPST Loads.................................................................................12
Connecting Low Voltage Switches to the LC8..........................................12
Connecting Occupancy Sensors and Photocells......................................13
Connecting an EM24-D Exterior Photocell to the LC8..............................13
Operation Guide.........................................................................................14
Theory of Operation...............................................................................14
Icon Definitions......................................................................................14
Getting Started.......................................................................................15
Relays Override......................................................................................16
Setup Menus..........................................................................................17
Setting Time and Date............................................................................17
Daylight Saving Time..............................................................................18
Assigning Relays to an Input..................................................................19
Assigning Relays to Channels................................................................20
Assigning Schedules to Channels...........................................................21
Schedules...............................................................................................21
Schedule ON/OFF...............................................................................21
Manual ON/Schedule OFF...................................................................23
Astronomic & Schedule ON/OFF.........................................................24
Photocell & Schedule ON/OFF............................................................25
AS-100 Auto ON/OFF.........................................................................26
AS-100 Manual ON/Auto OFF............................................................27
Schedule Day Spanning......................................................................27
Setting up a Holiday Schedule............................................................27
Setting a Location for the Astronomic Feature.......................................29
Sound Options........................................................................................30
Returning the LC8 Panel to Factory Default Settings..............................30
Troubleshooting........................................................................................31
Lighting Control Panel Circuit & Program Documentation Form...............32
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QUICK SETUP
The LC8 is designed to allow very flexible automated lighting control yet can be set up to do
basic automatic control functions very simply. It is assumed that your unit is installed and
wired before using this Quick Setup. The steps for basic control are as follows:
Interior Lighting
The following example provides quick setup instructions for assigning interior lighting to a
schedule. The basic steps are:
1. Set Time and Date
2. Assign Relays to a Channel
3. Set a Schedule
4. Assign Channel to your Schedule
Step 1: Set Time and Date
Setup
Home
MON
02/07/11
Set Time And Date
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Daylight Saving Time
Time: 20 : 15
Assign Relays/Input
Date: 02/07/11
Assign Relays/Channel
Sunrise 06:39
Monday
Assign Schedule/Channel
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
Home menu
Set time and date
from
Touch Set Time and Date
Touch Hour to highlight.
Use up and down arrows
to adjust time. Repeat for
setting minutes and date.
Select Save
Step 2: Assign Relays to a Channel
Setup
Home
MON
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
Home menu
User Manual
from
Setup
Set Time And Date
Set Time And Date
Daylight Saving Time
Daylight Saving Time
Assign Relays/Input
Assign Relays/Input
Assign Relays/Channel
Assign Relays/Channel
Assign Schedule/Channel
Assign Schedule/Channel
The Setup menu displays
Touch Assign Relays/
Channels to highlight.
Touch again to enter relay
assignment menu
3
Assign Relay 1 8 to
Channel A H
1
A
5
E
2
- Select relay number to highlight
3
4
C
6
D
7
F
- Touch relay number again to select Channel A
- Repeat above for all desired relays
8
G
H
- Select Save
Note: In the example only relay 1 controls interior lighting and has been assigned to Channel A. Your setup may require more than one relay to be assigned to Channel A.
Step 3: Set a Schedule
Setup
Home
MON
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
from
Schedules
[Sch01] [Sch02] [Sch03] [Sch04]
[Sch05] [Sch06] [Sch07] [Sch08]
[Sch09] [Sch10] [Sch11] [Sch12]
[Sch13] [Sch14] [Sch15] [Sch16]
Select (Sch01). Touch
again
4
Schedules Setting
Daylight Saving Time
Program Holiday
Assign Relays/Input
Select Location
Assign Relays/Channel
Sound Options
Assign Schedule/Channel
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
Home menu
Setup
Set Time And Date
Touch Schedules Setting
to display Schedule #
setup menu
Select Next
Schedule 01
Schedule 01
Schedule ON/OFF
Schedule ON/OFF
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
Blink Before Off
Time Delay
Blink Before Off
000 Min
Ensure “Schedule ON/OFF
is highlighted.
Time Delay
000 Min
Touch the first ON/OFF
setting to highlight. Touch
again to display Schedule
Time screen.
Schedule Time - 1 Set
Schedule 01
Schedule ON/OFF
On: 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
Off: 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
Blink Before Off
Time Delay
Touch hours (and minutes
if desired) to highlight.Use
up and down arrows
to select times. Select
Select Save
settings
000 Min
to save
Back
Step 4: Assign Channel to your Schedule
Setup
Home
MON
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
Home menu
User Manual
from
Setup
Set Time And Date
Set Time And Date
Daylight Saving Time
Daylight Saving Time
Assign Relays/Input
Assign Relays/Input
Assign Relays/Channel
Assign Relays/Channel
Assign Schedule/Channel
Assign Schedule/Channel
Setup menu displays
Select Assign Schedule/
Channel. Touch again
5
Assign Schedule/Channel
Local - Channel A Set
[A]
Off
[B]
Off
[Sun] Sch01
[Mon] None
[C]
Off
[D]
Off
[Tue] None
[Wed] None
[E]
Off
[F]
Off
[Thu] None
[F r i ] None
[G]
Off
[H]
Off
[Sat] None
[Hol] None
Enter Sch01 to each day of
the week desired. Select
Save
The Assign Schedule/
Channel menu displays.
Select Channel A
Result: Interior lighting will turn ON at the scheduled ON time and turn OFF at the scheduled OFF time.
Exterior Lighting
The following example provides basic instructions for configuring exterior lighting to
respond to astronomic inputs. The basic steps are:
1. Set Time and Date (unless previously set up)
2. Enter Geographic Location
3. Assign Relays to a Channel
4. Set a Schedule
5. Assign Channel to your Schedule
Step 1: Set Time and Date
Setup
Home
MON
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Daylight Saving Time
Time: 20 : 15
Assign Relays/Input
Date: 02/07/11
Assign Relays/Channel
Monday
Assign Schedule/Channel
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
Home menu
Set time and date
Set Time And Date
from
Touch Set Time and Date
Touch Hour to highlight.
Use up and down arrows
to adjust time. Repeat for
setting minutes and date.
Select Save
6
Step 2: Enter Geographic Location
Setup
Home
MON
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Schedules Setting
Daylight Saving Time
Program Holiday
Assign Relays/Input
Select Location
Assign Relays/Channel
Sound Options
Assign Schedule/Channel
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
Home menu
Setup
Set Time And Date
from
Select Next
Setup
Schedules Setting displays
Location set
Schedules Setting
Manual Entry
Manual Entry
State:
Alabama
Lat.
33
N
City:
Birmingham
Lon.
086
W
Sunrise
06:52 Sunset 16:50
Program Holiday
Select Location
Sound Options
Sunrise 06:52
Touch Select Location.
Touch again for Location
Set
Location set
Sunset 16:50
Scroll through entries to
select state. Scroll through
entries to select city.
Select Manual Entry. Enter
Lat. and Lon. if your location is not in lists.
Select Save
Select Save
Step 3: Assign Relays to a Channel
Setup
Home
MON
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
Home menu
User Manual
from
Setup
Set Time And Date
Set Time And Date
Daylight Saving Time
Daylight Saving Time
Assign Relays/Input
Assign Relays/Input
Assign Relays/Channel
Assign Relays/Channel
Assign Schedule/Channel
Assign Schedule/Channel
Setup menu displays
Touch Assign Relays/
Channels to highlight.
Touch again to enter relay
assignment menu
7
Assign Relay 1 8 to
Channel A H
1
A
5
E
2
3
C
B
6
7
F
G
4
D
- Select relay # to highlight
- Touch relay number again to select Channel B
- Repeat above for all desired relays
8
H
- Select Save
Step 4: Set a Schedule
Home
MON
02/07/11
Setup
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
Home menu
from
Schedules
[Sch01] [Sch02] [Sch03] [Sch04]
[Sch05] [Sch06] [Sch07] [Sch08]
Setup
Set Time And Date
Schedules Setting
Daylight Saving Time
Program Holiday
Assign Relays/Input
Select Location
Assign Relays/Channel
Network Config
Assign Schedule/Channel
Sound Options
Select Next
Touch Schedules Setting
to display Schedule#
setup screen
Schedule 02
Schedule 02
Astro & Sched ON/OFF
Astro & Sched ON/OFF
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
[Sch09] [Sch10] [Sch11] [Sch12]
[Sch13] [Sch14] [Sch15] [Sch16]
Select (Sch02). Touch again
8
Time Offset
000 Min
Ensure “Astro & Sched
ON/OFF” is highlighted
Time Offset
000 Min
Touch the first ON/OFF
setting to highlight.
Step 5: Assign Channel to your Schedule
Setup
Home
MON
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
Home menu
from
Setup
Set Time And Date
Set Time And Date
Daylight Saving Time
Daylight Saving Time
Assign Relays/Input
Assign Relays/Input
Assign Relays/Channel
Assign Relays/Channel
Assign Schedule/Channel
Assign Schedule/Channel
Setup menu displays
Assign Schedule/Channel
Touch Assign Schedule/
Channel. Touch again
Local - Channel B Set
[A]
Off
[B]
Off
[Sun] Sch02
[Mon] None
[C]
Off
[D]
Off
[Tue] None
[Wed] None
[E]
Off
[F]
Off
[Thu] None
[F r i ] None
[G]
Off
[H]
Off
[Sat] None
[Hol] None
The Assign Schedule/
Channel menu displays.
Select Channel B
Enter Sch02 to each day of
the week desired. Select
Save
Result: The exterior lighting will turn ON at sunset and turn OFF at sunrise as well as turn
On and OFF according to your schedule.
Note: The above will provide basic lighting control. More complex setups of operation can
be achieved through the use of additional schedules and/or accessories such as low voltage
wall switches, photocells, or occupancy sensors.
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INSTALLATION AND SETUP
LCDP 1
Line
LED lit when
relay is on.
LCD with
Touch Screen
Load
Double Pole
Relay Module
Line
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LCDP 1
Line
LED lit when
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Double Pole
Relay Module
J4
Y R B +24 W
Line
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Line
A
LED lit when
relay is on.
Load
Dual Single Pole
Relay Module
J6
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Line
B
LED lit when
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LCSP 2
Line
A
Y R B +24 W
LED lit when
relay is on.
J8
Dual Single Pole
Relay Module LCSP 2
Load
Dual Single Pole
Relay Module
Y R B +24 W
APPLIANCE
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Line
B
LED lit when
relay is on.
J9
Reset Button
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Y R B +24 W
LV Switch
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Y R B +24 W
LCPS 120/277
GROUND
Y R B +24 W
LED lit when
relay active.
Power Supply
Module
GROUND
J11
120/277V Power Supply
for use with
LC8 Lighting Control Panel
120/277V
24V GND PCELL GND
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Fig.1: LC8 Components
Installing the Panel
The LC8-120/277 enclosure is designed for surface wall mounting. Attach the enclosure to
the wall using hardware appropriate for the wall type and material (not included).
The relays for the LC8 are modular and may have shipped separately from the enclosure.
The relay modules are designed for DIN rail mounting. To install the relay modules:
1. Place the module over the DIN rail with the terminal blocks to the right.
2. First, hook the terminal side of the module DIN rail track onto the DIN rail.
3. Then, lower the module and press down until the opposite side of the module clicks to
the DIN rail.
4. After the module is attached to the DIN rail, slide the module down the DIN rail until it
makes contact with the power supply module.
5. Carefully push the relay module against the power supply module until the multi-pin
connector on the relay module fully mates with the matching connector on the power
supply module.
6. Repeat this process for all relay modules that are to be installed in the enclosure.
7. When properly installed, there should be approximately 1/16 inch space between each
module.
8. Connect the hot feed wire (120 or 277 volts) to the “L” terminal block on the power
supply module.
9. Connect the neutral feed wire to the “N” terminal block on the power supply module.
10. Connect the building source supply earth ground wire to earthing ground post. Use the
other grounding post to bond power supply module to earth ground.
CAUTION - This unit contains two earthing posts for grounding. Only one dedicated post
shall be used for the building source supply ground and is not to be used or shared with any
other conductors. The other post can be used for earth bonding of internal components.
10
To Relay Module
LCPS-120/277
LED lit when
power is on.
LED
120/277VAC
50/60Hz
24VDC, 0.5A
Class 2 Output
Ground
GROUND
Ground
Power Supply for use with
LC8 Lighting Control Panel
Release
Button
Use Copper Conductors Only
LINE
L
NEUTRAL
N
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AC Input
To Main Board
Fig. 2: Power Supply
Energize the feed circuit and note the following conditions:
1. The touch screen display back light will illuminate for a short time.
2. The green LED on the power supply module will illuminate and remain lit.
3. Three red LEDs on the main PC board will illuminate and remain lit.
If any of the above conditions do not occur, refer to the troubleshooting section, otherwise
de-energize the feed circuit and continue with the installation.
Wiring SPST Loads
1. Connect each load to the Load terminal on a relay module.
2. Connect the Line terminal for each relay to an appropriate source of power to control the
load.
3. Note that the LCSP-2 relay module contains two single pole relays that are independently
controlled by the panel. Thus, each LCSP-2 has two Input/Output terminal blocks.
To Relay Module
LCSP-2
Dual Single Pole Relay Module
Use Copper Conductors Only
LED
Release
Button
Line
Input1
Load
Output1
A
LED lit when
relay is on.
120/277V, 60Hz, 20A
Tungsten, Ballast and LED
120V, 60Hz, 1/2 Hp
14kA AIC @ 277 VAC
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Line
Input2
Load
Output2
B
LED
To Relay Module or
Power Supply Module
Fig. 3: Relay for SPST Loads
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Wiring DPST Loads
1. Connect the load wires to the Output 1 and Output 2 terminal blocks on the LCDP-1 double
pole relay module.
2. Connect the double pole circuit to be controlled to the Input 1 and Input 2 terminal blocks.
3. Note that the LCDP-1 relay module contains one double pole relay. Thus, all connections
to each LCDP-1 relay module are for the same load.
To Relay Module
LCDP-1 Double Pole Relay Module
LED lit when
relay is on.
LED
Release
Button
Line
Input1
Load
Output1
Line
Input2
Load
Output2
480V (2Ø), 60Hz, 20A Ballast and LED
240V (2Ø), 60Hz, 20A Ballast and LED
208V, 60Hz, 20A Ballast and LED
240V/208V, 60Hz, 1Hp
14kA AIC @ 277 VAC
Use Copper Conductors Only
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To Relay Module or
Power Supply Module
Fig. 4: Relay for DPST Loads
1. Note that the load neutral wires are not connected to the relay modules.
2. Check all load wires for shorts prior to energizing the panel power supply feed or the
load feed breakers.
3. Energize the LC8 panel power supply and again note the conditions indicated
previously.
4. Touch the <Rotate> icon on the Home page of LCD screen until the Relays screen is
displayed.
Home
MON
02/07/11
Local - Relays
DST
[1]
Off
[2]
---
20 : 12 : 40
[3]
Off
[4]
---
[5]
Off
[6]
Off
[7]
Off
[8]
Off
Sunrise 06:39
Sunset 17:24
5. Touch each relay to toggle the relay on and off.
6. Confirm that all of the relays switch and that the loads turn on and off.
Connecting Low Voltage Switches to the LC8
The LC8 will operate with a variety of low voltage switch types including 2 wire momentary,
3 wire momentary, or maintained contact. Switches may be connected to the input terminal
blocks 1- 8 and configured to control relays or channels. Connect switches per the following
diagrams:
12
Jumper between B and +24
Y
R
B
+24
W
RED
WHITE
2-Wire Momentary
Push Button
Y
R
B
+24
W
RED
WHITE
BLACK
- Pilot
- On
- Off
- +24
- Gnd
- Pilot
- On
- Off
- +24
- Gnd
Standard 3-Wire
Momentary
B -to- W Jumper
Y
R
B
+24
W
RED
WHITE
2-Wire Maintained
Contact
- Pilot
- On
- Off
- +24
- Gnd
Fig.5: Low Voltage Switches
Connecting Occupancy Sensors and Photocells
Any WattStopper low voltage occupancy sensor that is intended to work with a power pack
can be used as an input to the LC8 to control relays. Connect the occupancy sensor per the
following diagram:
COMMON
CONTROL
24VDC
Blue
BLACK
BLUE
RED
Red
Black
Y
R
B
+24
W
- Pilot
- On
- Off
- +24
- Gnd
Occupancy Sensor or
Indoor Photocell
Fig.6: Connecting Occupancy Sensors
Connecting an EM24-D Exterior Photocell to the LC8
BLACK
White
RED
RED
GND
PCELL
GND
+24
Fig 7: Connecting an EM24-D
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OPERATION GUIDE
Theory of Operation
The LC8 lighting control panel is designed to automatically control interior or exterior lighting
based on a weekly schedule, astronomic time calculation or input from an accessory photocell.
Automatic operation can be augmented or overridden through the use of accessory low voltage wall switches. Automatic operation is conveniently user defined by selecting an operating
mode scenario that will automatically combine the clock, astronomic and photocell operations
to produce the desired sequence of operation for each day of the week.
The LC8 supports the control of both single pole (120 or 277 volts) and double pole lighting
circuits (240, 208, or 480 volts) through the selection of either SPST or DPST relay modules.
Modules are available as either a single double pole relay or two independent single pole relays. A maximum of 4 relay modules can be installed in the LC8 panel for a total of 8 circuits of
control. Input power to the LC8 panel can be supplied at either 120 or 277 volts.
All user interface with the LC8 is through the illuminated touch screen. There are no pushbuttons or other controls provided except for a reset button located above the battery inside the
enclosure.
Icon Definitions
The following is a list of all icons and their functions.
Return to the Home screen with <Home> icon.
Rotate through Input, Relay and Channel screens with <Rotate> icon.
Enter the setup mode with <Setup> icon.
Choose a panel with <Panel Select> icon.
Display Help with <Help> icon.
Save settings with <Save> icon.
Go back with <Back> icon.
Go to the next screen with <Next> icon.
Go to Holiday set range screen with <Range> icon.
Get hardware, firmware versions, and model with <Information> icon.
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Getting Started
Upon initial start up, the Logo screen is displayed:
Touch Screen to Start
Touch the screen to display the Home menu:
Home
MON
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Sunset 17:24
The Home screen always displays the current day of the week, date, Daylight Savings Time
(DST) status and the time of day in 24 hour format. The sunrise and sunset times are also
displayed based on the astronomic location settings in the panel. From most other screens
you can return to the home screen by touching the <Home> icon:
From the Home screen you can rotate through the status screens and back to Home by
touching the <Rotate> icon:
Enter the setup mode by touching the <Setup> icon:
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Relays Override
Home
MON
Local - Relays
02/07/11
DST
[1]
Off
[2]
---
20 : 12 : 40
[3]
Off
[4]
---
[5]
Off
[6]
Off
[7]
Off
[8]
Off
Sunrise 06:39
Sunset 17:24
Touch Rotate
to
display the Local-Relays
screen
Touch a Relay to toggle the
relay ON and OFF
Note that two pole relays will be controlled by the odd number, or first, relay position. The
even number position will be blank. For example, a two pole relay module installed in position
#1 on the DIN rail will be controlled by the relay #1 display. Relay #2 will be shown as a “---”
position on the screen.
Local - Channels
[A]
Off
[B]
Off
[C]
Off
[D]
Off
[E]
Off
[F]
Off
[G]
Off
[H]
Off
Touch Rotate
to
bring up the Channels screen
There are three states of a channel depending on the states of assigned relays: ON, OFF and
MIX (when there is a mixture of ON and OFF relays).
The relays that are assigned can be toggled on and off. By default, the relays are assigned to
the channels on a one-to-one basis. That is, relay one to channel A, relay 2 to channel B, etc.
See the section on Assign Relays/Channel under Setup to change the default assignment of
relays to the channels. If channels are not assigned, a “---” will display.
Local - Channels
[A]
Off
[B]
Off
[1]
Off
[2]
Off
[C]
Off
[D]
Off
[3]
Off
[4]
Off
[E]
Off
[F]
Off
[5]
Off
[6]
Off
[G]
Off
[H]
Off
[7]
Off
[8]
Off
Touch Rotate
to
bring up the Inputs screen
16
Local - Input
Touch the input number to
toggle the relay(s) programmed
to the input on and off
Setup Menus
There are three setup menus that you can cycle through:
Setup
Home
MON
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Setup
Set Time And Date
Schedules Setting
Daylight Saving Time
Program Holiday
Assign Relays/Input
Select Location
Assign Relays/Channel
Sound Options
Assign Schedule/Channel
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
from
Home menu for Setup menu
Select Next
Second Setup menu displays
Select Next
Setup
Restore Fact. Default
Third Setup menu displays
Setting Time and Date
Home
MON
02/07/11
Setup
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Select Setup
the Home menu
Daylight Saving Time
Time: 20 : 15
Assign Relays/Input
Date: 02/07/11
Assign Relays/Channel
Assign Schedule/Channel
Sunset 17:24
from
Set time and date
Set Time And Date
The setup menu displays
Monday
Touch the value to change.
Use up and down arrows
to change value. Select
Save
User Manual
17
Daylight Saving Time
The LC8 can be set to follow or not follow DST.
Setup
Home
MON
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
the Home menu
from
Setup
Set Time And Date
Set Time And Date
Daylight Saving Time
Daylight Saving Time
Assign Relays/Input
Assign Relays/Input
Assign Relays/Channel
Assign Relays/Channel
Assign Schedule/Channel
Assign Schedule/Channel
The Setup menu displays
Select Daylight Saving Time
Touch again to display DST
screen
DST
Follow DST
Date set
Touch the check box to activate
or deactivate DST feature. Select
Save
DST
DST Date Set
Follow DST
Date set
Touch Date set twice to display
DST Date Set screen
18
Begin: 2nd
Sat May
End:
Sat Nov
1st
Touch desired value. Use up
and down arrows to change value
Assigning Relays to an Input
Setup
Home
MON
02/07/11
Set Time And Date
Daylight Saving Time
Daylight Saving Time
Assign Relays/Input
Assign Relays/Input
Assign Relays/Channel
Assign Relays/Channel
Assign Schedule/Channel
Assign Schedule/Channel
The Setup menu displays
Touch Assign Relays/Input.
Touch again
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
the Home menu
from
Setup
Set Time And Date
DST
Assign Relays/Input
Input1
Input2
Input3
Input4
Input5
Input6
Input7
Input8
The Assign Relays/Input
menu displays. Touch the
input number to program.
User Manual
Input 1 set
Panel
1
Relay
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
The Input number Set
screen displays relays set
to this input. Select Save
19
Assigning Relays to Channels
Home
MON
Setup
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
the Home menu
from
Assign Relay 1 8 to
Channel A H
1
5
E
2
6
F
3
C
7
G
Setup
Set Time And Date
Set Time And Date
Daylight Saving Time
Daylight Saving Time
Assign Relays/Input
Assign Relays/Input
Assign Relays/Channel
Assign Relays/Channel
Assign Schedule/Channel
Assign Schedule/Channel
The Setup menu displays
Touch Assign Relays/
Channels to highlight.
Touch again to enter relay
assignment menu
- Select relay number to highlight
4
D
- Touch relay number again to select Channel A
- Repeat above for all desired relays
8
H
- Select Save
Note: If dashes (--) and not boxes are shown in your relay assignment menu, you have an
SPST installed instead of a DPST:
Assign Relay 1 8 to
Channel A H
1
5
E
20
-6
F
3
C
7
G
-8
H
Assigning Schedules to Channels
Setup
Home
MON
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
the Home menu
from
Setup
Set Time And Date
Set Time And Date
Daylight Saving Time
Daylight Saving Time
Assign Relays/Input
Assign Relays/Input
Assign Relays/Channel
Assign Relays/Channel
Assign Schedule/Channel
Assign Schedule/Channel
The Setup menu displays
Assign Schedule/Channel
Touch Assign Schedule/
Channel. Touch again
Local - Channel A Set
[A]
Off
[B]
Off
[Sun] Sch01
[Mon] None
[C]
Off
[D]
Off
[Tue] None
[Wed] None
[E]
Off
[F]
Off
[Thu] None
[F r i ] None
[G]
Off
[H]
Off
[Sat] None
[Hol] None
The Assign Schedule/
Channel menu displays.
Select Channel A
Enter Sch01 to each day of
the week desired. Select
Save
Schedules
Schedule ON/OFF
Setup
Home
MON
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
User Manual
Set Time And Date
Schedules Setting
Daylight Saving Time
Program Holiday
Assign Relays/Input
Select Location
Assign Relays/Channel
Sound Options
Assign Schedule/Channel
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
the Home menu
Setup
from
Select Next
Touch Schedules Setting
to display Schedule #
setup menu
21
Schedules
[Sch01] [Sch02] [Sch03] [Sch04]
[Sch05] [Sch06] [Sch07] [Sch08]
[Sch09] [Sch10] [Sch11] [Sch12]
Schedule 01
Schedule 01
Schedule ON/OFF
Schedule ON/OFF
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
Blink Before Off
[Sch13] [Sch14] [Sch15] [Sch16]
Time Delay
Select (Sch01). Touch
again
Blink Before Off
000 Min
Select schedule type by
touching arrows and cycling
through the choices
Time Delay
000 Min
Touch ON/OFF to display
Schedule Time menu
If the Blink Before Off feature is to be active for this schedule:
Schedule Time - 1 Set
Schedule 01
Schedule 01
Schedule ON/OFF
Schedule ON/OFF
On: 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
Off: 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
Blink Before Off
Time Delay
Use up and down arrows
to select times.
Blink Before Off
000 Min
Touch the Blink Before
Off display
Time Delay
000 Min
Then touch the circle
display. A dot indicates the
blink feature is active. No
dot indicates that the blink
feature is not used for this
schedule.
If a wall switch will be used with the lighting controlled by this schedule, you will need to
set a Time Delay for the switch.
Schedule 01
Time Delay
Schedule ON/OFF
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
000 Min
Blink Before Off
Time Delay
000 Min
Touch time delay to display
Time Delay screen
22
Use up and down arrows to set
number of minutes between OFF
sweeps
Manual ON/Schedule OFF
Time settings will turn the lighting OFF. Lighting will be turned ON manually. This setting
works similar to Schedule ON/OFF, except that the ON time setting does not turn the lighting ON. It determines the time when the Time Delay feature is deactivated.
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Set Time And Date
Schedules Setting
Daylight Saving Time
Program Holiday
Assign Relays/Input
Select Location
Assign Relays/Channel
Sound Options
Assign Schedule/Channel
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
the Home menu
Setup
Setup
Home
MON
from
Touch Schedules Setting
to display Schedule #
setup menu
Select Next
Schedules
Schedule 01
Schedule 01
[Sch01] [Sch02] [Sch03] [Sch04]
Manual ON/Sched OFF
Manual ON/Sched OFF
[Sch05] [Sch06] [Sch07] [Sch08]
[Sch09] [Sch10] [Sch11] [Sch12]
[Sch13] [Sch14] [Sch15] [Sch16]
Select (Sch01). Touch
again
Schedule Time - 1 Set
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
Blink Before Off
Time Delay
Blink Before Off
000 Min
Select schedule type by
touching arrows and cycling
through the choices
Time Delay
000 Min
Touch ON/OFF to display
Schedule Time menu
Schedule 01
Schedule 01
Manual ON/Sched OFF
Manual ON/Sched OFF
On: 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
Off: 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
Blink Before Off
Time Delay
Use up and down arrows
to select times.
User Manual
Blink Before Off
000 Min
Touch the Blink Before
Off display
Time Delay
000 Min
Then touch the circle
display. A dot indicates the
blink feature is active. No
dot indicates that the blink
feature is not used for this
schedule.
23
Schedule 01
Time Delay
Manual ON/Sched OFF
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
000 Min
Blink Before Off
Time Delay
000 Min
Use up and down arrows to set
number of minutes between OFF
sweeps
Touch time delay to display
Time Delay screen
Astronomic & Schedule ON/OFF
The astronomic feature and schedule work together by issuing commands for the lighting
to turn ON and OFF. The astronomic command happens only at sunset and sunrise. The
schedule command happens at the set ON and OFF times for the schedule. The lighting
obeys the last command it is given.
Setup
Home
MON
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
from
Schedules
[Sch01] [Sch02] [Sch03] [Sch04]
[Sch05] [Sch06] [Sch07] [Sch08]
[Sch09] [Sch10] [Sch11] [Sch12]
[Sch13] [Sch14] [Sch15] [Sch16]
Select (Sch01). Touch
again
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Schedules Setting
Daylight Saving Time
Program Holiday
Assign Relays/Input
Select Location
Assign Relays/Channel
Sound Options
Assign Schedule/Channel
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
the Home menu
Setup
Set Time And Date
Touch Schedules Setting
to display Schedule #
setup menu
Select Next
Schedule 01
Schedule 01
Astro & Sched ON/OFF
Astro & Sched ON/OFF
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
Time Offset
000 Min
Select schedule type by
touching arrows and cycling
through the choices
Time Offset
000 Min
Touch ON/OFF to display
Schedule Time menu
Schedule 01
Time Offset
Astro & Sched ON/OFF
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
000 Min
Blink Before Off
Time Offset
000 Min
Touch Time Offset. Touch
again to set sunrise or
sunset offset.
Use up and down arrows to set
number of minutes for Time
Offset
Photocell & Schedule ON/OFF
The photocell and schedule act as two separate inputs each issuing commands for the
lighting to turn ON and OFF. The photocell command happens only on a transition from
light-to-dark or dark-to-light. The schedule command happens at the set ON and OFF
times for the schedule. The lighting obeys the last command it is given. This means that if a
photocell has registered there is enough light to turn the load off the load will shut off. But,
even in this condition if a schedule On time is set then the lights will turn on regardless of
the photocell command.
Note: If the photocell only is to turn the light ON and OFF, use this selection but do not enter
schedule times for ON and OFF. If the Astronomic feature only is to turn the lighting ON and
OFF, use this selection but do not enter schedule times for ON and OFF.
Setup
Home
MON
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
User Manual
Schedules Setting
Daylight Saving Time
Program Holiday
Assign Relays/Input
Select Location
Assign Relays/Channel
Sound Options
Assign Schedule/Channel
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
the Home menu
Setup
Set Time And Date
from
Select Next
Touch Schedules Setting
to display Schedule #
setup menu
25
Schedules
Schedule 01
[Sch01] [Sch02] [Sch03] [Sch04]
[Sch05] [Sch06] [Sch07] [Sch08]
Schedule 01
Photo & Sched ON/OFF
Photo & Sched ON/OFF
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
[Sch09] [Sch10] [Sch11] [Sch12]
[Sch13] [Sch14] [Sch15] [Sch16]
Select (Sch01). Touch
again
Select schedule type by
touching arrows and cycling
through the choices
Touch ON/OFF to display
Schedule Time menu
AS-100 Auto ON/OFF – This setting will use the Auto ON/OFF feature of the AS-100 Automatic Wall Switch (see the AS-100 installation instructions for more information).
Setup
Home
MON
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Schedules Setting
Daylight Saving Time
Program Holiday
Assign Relays/Input
Select Location
Assign Relays/Channel
Sound Options
Assign Schedule/Channel
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
the Home menu
Setup
Set Time And Date
from
Schedules
[Sch01] [Sch02] [Sch03] [Sch04]
[Sch05] [Sch06] [Sch07] [Sch08]
Touch Schedules Setting
to display Schedule #
setup menu
Select Next
Schedule 01
Schedule 01
AS Auto ON/OFF
AS Auto ON/OFF
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
[Sch09] [Sch10] [Sch11] [Sch12]
[Sch13] [Sch14] [Sch15] [Sch16]
Select (Sch01). Touch
again
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Repeating Off
000 Min
Select schedule type by
touching arrows and cycling
through the choices
Repeating Off
000 Min
Touch ON/OFF to display
Schedule Time menu
Schedule 01
Time Repeat
AS Auto ON/OFF
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
ON 00 : 00
OFF 00 : 00
Repeating Off
000 Min
000 Min
Touch Repeating Off twice
to enter Time Repeat
screen
Use up and down arrows to set
number of minutes between OFF
sweeps during the scheduled off
periods
AS-100 Manual ON/Auto OFF – This setting will use the Manual ON/Automatic OFF feature
of the AS-100 Automatic Wall Switch (see the AS-100 installation instructions for more
information). Follow the screens for AS-100 Auto ON/OFF, selecting AS Manual ON/Auto
OFF when selecting schedule type.
Note: The AS-100 switch must remain powered at all times in order to operate
• Do not assign an input switch to a relay controlling the AS-100
• Avoid assigning relay/s controlling the AS-100 to schedules other than those designed
for the AS-100 (AS Auto ON/OFF and AS Manual ON/Auto OFF)
• Avoid grouping the relay controlling the AS-100 with other relays (unless relay controls
another AS-100)
• When turning the relays ON/OFF from the user interface, avoid the relay/s controlling
the AS-100
Schedule Day Spanning
For a scheduled event to span midnight it is necessary to create a schedule event in both
days where the beginning of the event starts on day one and ends at midnight 00:00 and
another event continues on day 2 beginning at midnight 00:00. When set up this way, the
schedule event will pass through midnight without effecting the lighting. No ON or OFF
event will actually occur at midnight (00:00).
Setting Up a Holiday Schedule
The schedule assigned as the Holiday Schedule is special in that it will automatically be
substituted for the regular daily schedule on each of a user entered list of calendar dates.
User Manual
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Setup
Home
02/07/11
MON
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Setup
Set Time And Date
Schedules Setting
Daylight Saving Time
Program Holiday
Assign Relays/Input
Select Location
Assign Relays/Channel
Sound Options
Assign Schedule/Channel
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
from Home menu
from
Select Next
Setup
Schedules Setting displays
Holiday set (page 1 )
Schedules Setting
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
Program Holiday
Select Location
Sound Options
Touch Program Holiday.
Touch again
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
Holiday Date Set
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
Touch a **/**/** to display
Holiday Date Set
/
/
Use the up and down arrows
to set month, day and year.
Select Save
To set Holiday Date Range:
Holiday set (page 1 )
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
Select Range
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
/
Holiday set (page 1 )
/
/
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to
to
to
to
to
to
to
to
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Touch a **/**/** to display
the Holiday Date Set screen
Holiday Date Set
Start:
End:
/
/
Use the up and down arrows
to set start and end dates.
Select Save
28
/
/
Setting a Location for the Astronomic Feature
Home
MON
02/07/11
Setup
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Set Time And Date
Schedules Setting
Daylight Saving Time
Program Holiday
Assign Relays/Input
Select Location
Assign Relays/Channel
Sound Options
Assign Schedule/Channel
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
Setup
from
Select Next
Setup
Schedules Setting
Schedules Setting displays
Location set
Manual Entry
Manual Entry
State:
Alabama
Lat.
33
N
City:
Birmingham
Lon.
086
W
Sunrise
06:52 Sunset 16:50
Program Holiday
Select Location
Sound Options
Sunrise 06:52
Touch Select Location.
Touch again
Location set
Sunset 16:50
Scroll to select state
Scroll to select city
Touch Manual Entry to display manual Location Set
screen. Set Lat and Lon
Select Save
User Manual
29
Sound Options
Setup
Home
MON
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
Setup
Set Time And Date
Schedules Setting
Daylight Saving Time
Program Holiday
Assign Relays/Input
Select Location
Assign Relays/Channel
Sound Options
Assign Schedule/Channel
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
the Home menu
Select Next
from
Schedules Setting displays
Setup
Sound Options
Schedules Setting
ON
OFF
Program Holiday
Select Location
Sound Options
Touch Sound Options.
Touch again
Touch the box to turn sound ON
or OFF when screen is touched
Returning the LC8 Panel to Factory Default Settings
To erase all programming and return the panel to factory default configuration:
Setup
Home
MON
02/07/11
DST
20 : 12 : 40
Sunrise 06:39
30
Schedules Setting
Daylight Saving Time
Program Holiday
Assign Relays/Input
Select Location
Assign Relays/Channel
Sound Options
Assign Schedule/Channel
Sunset 17:24
Select Setup
the Home menu
Setup
Set Time And Date
from
Select Next
Select Next
Restore Fact.Default
Setup
Restore Fact. Default
You are about to clear all
Memory to factory default.
Touch the Yes key to clear
all memory and return
to main menu.
[Yes]
Touch Restore Fact. Default
[No]
Confirm the action by
touching Yes. To cancel the
action and return to the
menu, touch No
TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
What to Check
What to do
The LCD screen is blank
Check that the unit has power,
three red LEDs illuminated on
the main board
LEDs not lit, check for input
power, check circuit breaker.
LEDs are lit, replace main
board
The touch screen does not
control relays
Check that the relay modules
are installed per the instructions, check that the connectors between the relay
module(s) are firmly seated
together
Properly install relay modules, firmly seat the connectors
Schedule controls lights at the
wrong time
Check that the time zone is
correctly set. Check that the
date and time are set correctly
Set the proper time zone
Set the proper date and time
Photocell turns lights OFF too
early
Check the aperture setting on
the photocell
Increase the aperture size
on the photocell
Photocell turns lights OFF too
late
Check the aperture setting on
the photocell
Decrease the aperture size
on the photocell
Switch does not control the
lights
Does the corresponding touch
screen INPUT override control
the lights?
Check the wiring of the
switch, replace switch.
Check that the input# is programmed to control at least
one relay
For further assistance, call Technical Support at 800.879.8585.
User Manual
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Lighting Control Panel Circuit & Program Documentation Form
Switch
Input
Controlled Relays or
Controlled Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Relay
Pole
Load Description
Assigned
Channel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Channel Letters below left correspond to Channel letters above right
Channel
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Enter the schedule numbers that apply in the spaces above
WARRANTY INFORMATION
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for a period of five (5) years. There are no obligations or liabilities on the part of
WattStopper for consequential damages arising out of, or in connection with, the use or
performance of this product or other indirect damages with respect to loss of property,
revenue or profit, or cost of removal, installation or reinstallation.
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