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Crestron CLS-C6 User guide
Crestron CLS-C6 Series
iLux® Integrated Lighting System
User Guide
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Contents
iLux® Integrated Lighting System: CLS-C6 Series
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Introduction................................................................................................................................1
Operating Modes........................................................................................................................5
Standard Mode.............................................................................................................5
Lights Mode.................................................................................................................5
Shades Mode ...............................................................................................................6
Changing Scene Presets .............................................................................................................7
Problem Solving ........................................................................................................................8
Troubleshooting...........................................................................................................8
Further Inquiries ..........................................................................................................8
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iLux® Integrated Lighting System
Crestron CLS-C6 Series
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iLux Integrated Lighting
System: CLS-C6 Series
Introduction
The CLS-C6 series of iLux® units are complete, integrated wall-mounted lighting
system that can function as standalone devices and/or be part of a Crestron® solution
total control system network. The units are intended for installation in boardrooms,
auditoriums, home theaters, or anywhere versatile and cost-effective control of
lighting and shades is required.
The units are functionally identical, except that certain units include a built-in motion
sensor. Refer to the table on the next page for definition of available models. All
models are available in three colors: white, black, or almond.
For simplicity in this guide, references to the CLS-C6 unit apply equally to all,
except where noted.
Functional Summary
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Automated control of up to six lighting loads: LED*, incandescent,
magnetic low-voltage, neon/cold cathode, 2-Wire Dimmable
Fluorescent, and non-dimmable lights.
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Automated control of up to 16 shade and drape controllers, in up to
six groups, for motorized window treatments, screens, and lifts
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Manual control of individual lighting loads and shade groups
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Versatile operation provides access to up to 16 stored scenes (lighting
levels and shade position combinations)
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Built-in motion detector (certain units only) enables automated control
based on room occupancy
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Built-in IR receiver allows wireless operation using an optional infrared
remote control
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Multipoint control through up to 16 Crestron keypads (sold separately)
allows control of rooms with several entrances or work areas
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Multi-unit expansion through support of up to eight additional
CLS-C6 units, enables systems of up to 54 lighting channels and 54
shade groups
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Control system integration via two separate control networks; one for
local devices and one for connection to a 2-Series control system
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Supports Daylight Harvesting
* For a list of compatible ballasts, visit www.crestron.com/lightingcompatibility.
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CLS-C6 Model Definition
MODEL
POWER
REQUIREMENTS
DESIGNATION 120 VAC
CLS-C6
X
CLS-C6M
X
230 VAC
X
CLSI-C6M
X
X
CLS-C6MRF
X
DETECTOR
CONTROL SYSTEM
INTEGRATION
Cresnet®
infiNET™
X
CLSI-C6
CLS-C6RF
MOTION
X
X
X
X
X
X
CLSI-C6RF
X
CLSI-C6MRF
X
X
X
X
X
X
All controls and indicators for the CLS-C6 are located on the front of the unit. The
front panel also contains a mini phone jack, under the flip-up cover, used for dealer
programming functions, and an IR port for control via an optional IR remote control.
CLS-C6 (Cover Open)
Refer to the figure on the next page and the descriptions in the following paragraphs
for operating controls and indicator details.
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CLS-C6 Controls & Indicators
Bar Graphs
IR Receiver
Function
Buttons
and LEDs
Two-Digit Display
Motion Detector
(CLS-CLSI-C6MRF only)
Label Strip
Mini Phone Jack
Up/Down
Button
The table below and on the following page describes the function of the iLux unit’s
controls and indicators, which are listed in alphabetical order.
NOTE: Standard mode, Lights mode, and Shades mode mentioned in the following
discussions are described in “Operating Modes” on page 5.
CLS-C6 Controls & Indicators Descriptions
CONTROLS & INDICATORS
DESCRIPTION
Bar Graphs
In Standard mode and Lights mode, the bar
graph LEDs indicate the current light level
for the six lighting loads. In Shades mode,
they indicate the shade position for each of
the shade groups.
Function Buttons
In Standard mode, these buttons are used
to select/recall scenes. In Lights mode, they
are used to make temporary adjustments to
the six lighting loads. In Shades mode they
are used to make temporary adjustments to
the six shade groups.
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CONTROLS & INDICATORS
DESCRIPTION
IR Receiver
The IR receiver responds to commands
from an optional remote control.
Label Strip
The label strip identifies the use of the
function buttons. The illustration shows the
default purpose: selection of the first six
scenes. The label in your unit may be
different, depending on the unit’s
configuration and lighting/shades
arrangement.
Lights Pushbutton and LED
Use this button to select the Lights mode.
The LED illuminates accordingly.
Mini Phone Jack
This mini-phone jack is only to be used by
your dealer.
Motion Detector (CLS/CLSIC6M/C6MRF only)
In Standard mode, the motion detector
recalls the On scene if there is activity in
the room, and recalls the Off scene when
there is no activity for thirty minutes.
OFF Button
The OFF button always recalls the Off
scene. (Refer to “Standard Mode” on page
5.)
ON Button
The ON button always recalls the On
scene. (Refer to “Standard Mode” on page
5.)
^, v, Save, and Cancel Pushbuttons
and LEDs
Use these pushbuttons when changing
scene presets. The Save and Cancel
LEDs indicate when these functions are
active. (Refer to “Changing Scene
Presets” on page 7.)
Shades Pushbutton and LED
Use this switch to select the Shades
mode. The LED illuminates accordingly.
Two-Digit Display
In Standard mode, the display is blank,
except when showing scene fade time.
The Min and Sec LEDs illuminate to
indicate time in minutes or seconds.
Up/Down Pushbutton
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In Standard mode and Lights mode, this
button acts as lights master, adjusting all
lighting loads simultaneously. In Shades
mode, it adjusts all shade groups
simultaneously.
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Operating Modes
After installation, the CLS-C6 operates in one of three modes:
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Standard mode: this is the default mode; buttons are typically used to recall
scenes, although they can be reprogrammed by the dealer for other
functions.
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Lights mode: this mode is used to manually adjust lighting loads.
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Shades mode: this mode is used to manually control shade groups.
The following descriptions do not include additional functionality made possible by
dealer programming. Those functions are beyond the scope of this guide.
Standard Mode
Daylight Harvesting
The iLux supports use of a photocell
to automatically reduce light levels
when natural light is present (aka
"Daylight Harvesting"). Each load
can be set for a custom response to
daylight levels, or set to not respond
at all.
If a photocell is present, Scenes 1
through 8 (plus the ON scene) will
automatically utilize Daylight
Harvesting. Scenes 9 through 16 will
ignore daylight harvesting at all
times.
When under photocell control, the
load level can change automatically
based on the current photocell level
and the scene setting. When this
automatic behavior is enabled, the
top bar graph LED for that load
will blink.
By default, the six function buttons recall scenes 1 - 6. As a scene is recalled, the
lights fade (change from one level to another) in a specified time, and any shades in
the scene go to their specified levels.
The ON and OFF buttons recall the On and Off scenes, respectively. By default, the
On scene will set all lights to full on. The Off scene will always set all lights to full
off.
While fading, the LED for the selected scene recall button blinks, and then stays on
when fade is complete; the two-digit display shows the time remaining; If you press
the selected scene recall button again before fade is complete, the lights immediately
go to their assigned levels and the LED turns solid.
The six bar graphs always show the current level of each lighting load.
When all lights are off, the LEDs for all function buttons glow dimly to make it easy
to locate the panel in the dark.
The up/down button acts as a lights master, adjusting the level of all dimmable
lighting loads simultaneously. Pressing the top of the button raises the lights;
pressing the bottom of the button lowers them.
You can also select functions using an optional remote keypad or IR remote control.
Lights Mode
Manual Load Adjustment With
Daylight Harvesting
When a load is under photocell
control, the top bar graph LED for
that load will blink slowly. Manual
adjustment of the load is still
possible using the raise and lower
buttons.
NOTE: Manual adjustment of the
load does not disable the photocell.
The load will change in response to
the photocell, but the level will be
shifted up or down according to an
internal calculation that compensates
for the amount of manual
adjustment.
Lights mode lets you manually adjust any of the six lighting loads.
To enter Lights mode, press the Lights button. The LED will light, and the six
function buttons can now be used to adjust the six lighting loads.
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Press the right side of the function buttons to raise the lights; press the left
side to lower the lights.
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The six bar graphs show the current level of each lighting load.
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While a particular lighting load is being adjusted, the two-digit display
shows its level. (“oF” indicates fully off; “on” indicates fully on; “1” – “99”
indicate percent of the full on level.) Press the center of a function button to
check light level without adjusting.
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The up/down button acts as an all lights master in this mode. Press the top
of the button to raise the lights; press the bottom of the button to lower the
lights.
The ON and OFF buttons operate normally while in Lights mode.
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To exit Lights mode, press the Lights button again, or press Cancel. The LED will
go off, and the unit will revert to Standard mode.
Shades Mode
Shades mode allows you to manually adjust any of the six shade groups.
To enter Shades mode, press the Shades button. The LED will light, and the six
function buttons can now be used to adjust shade groups 1 through 6.
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Press the right side of the function buttons to open the shades; press the left
side to close the shades. Press the button while the shade is moving to stop
it.
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For presettable shade motors:
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The bar graphs show the current position of each shade group.
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While a particular shade group is being adjusted, the two-digit display
shows its position. (“CL” indicates fully closed; “OP” indicates fully
open; “1” – “99” indicate percent of the fully open position.)
For non-presettable shade motors:
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The bar graphs will display nothing while a shade is not moving.
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While a particular shade group is being opened, its bar graph LEDs
scroll up and the two-digit display shows “OP.”
−
While a particular shade group is being closed, the bar graph LEDs
scroll down and the two-digit display shows “CL.”
The up/down button acts as a shades master in this mode, no matter what
function is programmed for it. Press the top of the button to open the
shades; press the bottom of the button to close the shades. Press the button
while the shades are moving to stop.
The ON and OFF buttons operate normally while in Shades mode.
To exit Shades mode, press the Shades button again, or press Cancel. The LED will
go off, and the unit will revert to Standard mode.
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Changing Scene Presets
Scene Presets With Daylight
Harvesting
If a photocell is present, Scenes 1
through 8 (plus the ON scene) will
automatically utilize Daylight
Harvesting. When this automatic
behavior is enabled, the top bar
graph LED for that load will blink.
NOTE: When editing scenes with
photocell-controlled loads, photocell
output will be temporarily disabled.
When the scene is recalled,
photocell control will resume and
light levels may change. To reduce
the possibility of unintended scene
behavior caused by photocell
reaction to sunlight, edit scenes at
night.
The CLS-C6 scene settings can be modified using the front panel controls, without
having to use a PC.
Changes to the lighting load levels and shade presets for one or more scenes can be
accomplished as follows:
1.
In Standard mode, press the function button of the scene you wish to
modify and hold it for five seconds. (Make sure you press the center of the
button so both sides make contact.)
2.
The two-digit display will first count down as the lighting loads fade to their
preset levels for that scene; it will then begin flashing between Sc. and the
scene number; the Lights LED will be lit, and the Save and Cancel LEDs
will flash.
3.
Use the six function buttons to adjust the levels of the lighting loads for that
scene. Press the left side of the buttons to lower the lighting loads; press the
right side of the buttons to raise the lighting loads.
4.
If you would like a certain lighting load to be unaffected by that scene
recall, press and hold the center of the button (so both sides make contact)
for three seconds. The top two and the bottom two LEDs of the associated
bar graph will be lit (and the display will show - -) to indicate that the level
of the lighting load will not change when the scene is recalled.
5.
To change the shade presets for that scene press the Shades button; the
Shades LED will be lit.
6.
Use the six function buttons to adjust the levels of the shade groups for that
scene. Press the right side to raise the shades; press the left side to lower
them.
Note that for shades that are not “presettable,” only full open or full closed
positions can be recalled as part of a scene.
7.
If you would like a certain shade group to be unaffected by that scene recall,
press and hold the center of the button (so both side make contact) for three
seconds. The top two and the bottom two LEDs of the associated bar graph
will be lit (and the display will show - - ) to indicate that the level of that
shade group will not change when the scene is recalled.
8.
To adjust the fade time, press the ^ and v buttons. When going up, the value
will go from 0 seconds to 59 seconds, and then 1 minute to 99 minutes.
When going down, the value will go from 99 minutes to 1 minute, and then
59 seconds to 0 seconds. The Min and Sec LEDs light as appropriate.
Adjustment to fade time can be made when either Lights mode or Shades
mode is active.
9.
When all the lighting loads are at the desired level and shades are at the
desired position, press Save to save these settings as the new preset for that
scene. If you make a mistake while changing a setting, press Cancel to
discard changes and return to Standard mode before pressing Save.
10. Repeat the above procedures for all scenes that require changes.
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Problem Solving
Troubleshooting
The table below provides corrective action for possible trouble situations. If further
assistance is required, please contact your dealer.
CLS-C6 Troubleshooting
TROUBLE
The unit does
not respond as
expected after
changing
preset.
POSSIBLE
CAUSE(S)
Incorrect procedures
were used to change
the preset.
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Refer to “Changing Scene
Presets” on page 7 to revise
the preset correctly.
Further Inquiries
If you cannot locate specific information or have questions after reviewing this
guide, contact your dealer.
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