Leviton 61110-Rx6 Switch User Manual

Leviton 61110-Rx6 Switch User Manual
Figure 1 - Intellisense AGC
FEATURES
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Leviton's Decora® Style design
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Universal design works with 1 and 2-Way Receivers
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Memory retained after Power Interruption
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Color conversion available
INTRODUCTION
Cat. No. HCCS7
WALL MOUNTED CONTROLLER
w/Multiple Addressing
Leviton Residential Powerline Carrier Components are designed to provide the greatest signal integrity and noise immunity possible. However, in some environments intense electrical noise can cause interference
with the signal. Leviton has developed hardware and techniques for overcoming this interference when properly applied.
LEVITON’S DHC DEVICES FEATURE INTELLISENSE, THE RIGHT TYPE OF AUTOMATIC GAIN CONTROL (AGC)
Leviton DHC devices use Intellisense, a special gated-type of AGC, to help eliminate noise problems (refer Figure 1). This circuit feature is ideal for powerline carrier systems because it only operates during the
signal window when receivers listen for command signals. Noise levels in the signal window are never as high as they are during other portions of the AC power curve. Therefore, Leviton’s Intellisense gated AGC
will desensitize a receiver to noise signals with only a minimal reduction in command signal sensitivity. The result: Problems from noise interference are dramatically reduced without affecting overall system performance.
It is the responsibility of the specifier/installer to test for signal strength and the presence of noise using Leviton test equipment,
Cat. Nos. 6385 (Signal Test Transmitter) and 6386 (Signal Strength Indicator), and to properly apply signal coupling and noise reduction equipment according to the guidelines provided in the Decora® Home Controls
(DHC) Technical Manual and the DHC Troubleshooting Guide.
Leviton specifically denies any warranty of performance, stated or implied, where electrical noise interference exists at the time of installation, or subsequent to installation by the addition of noise-producing devices
or equipment, or where these components have been installed for non-residential applications. Installation of a Repeater/Coupler is recommended in all DHC systems.
DHC Components are for residential use only. Installation for any other application voids any warranty, stated or implied.
Cat. Nos.
HCC2D
HCC3D
HCC4A
HCC4D
HCCS7
Rated: 120VAC, 60 Hz
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Signal Window
Signal Window
Receiver sensitivity
with Intellisense
gated AGC
Command Signal Gated AGC ignores Noise is not
picked up
is picked up
High noise levels
outside signal window
DESCRIPTION
Wall box Transmitter
The HCCxx is a signal transmitter that works in conjunction with DHC receivers. The Wall-Mounted DHC Transmitter is designed to provide manual control of loads from one or more locations in a home over
standard 60Hz 120V wiring.
The HCCxx Transmitter incorporates Leviton’s exclusive Intellisense™ Automatic Gain Control (AGC) circuitry to deliver clearer and stronger line signals without affecting signals simultaneously on the line from
other transmitters. The resulting performance reliability exceeds that of any other powerline carrier home automation product line available today.
Figure 2 - Control Functions
(Cat. No. HCC4D depicted)
FCC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
A
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment OFF and ON, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/tv Technician for help.
LED's
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SPECIFICATIONS
Rating:
Max. Controllers on 1 circuit:
Power Consumption:
120VAC, 60Hz
4
3W
A
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Address
Control
Buttons
Group
DIM
Button
Group
BRIGHTEN
Button
HCCxx CONFIGURATIONS
LIMITED TWO YEAR WARRANTY AND EXCLUSIONS
Leviton warrants to the original consumer purchaser and not for
the benefit of anyone else that this product at the time of its sale by
Leviton is free of defects in materials and workmanship under
normal and proper use for two years from the purchase date.
Leviton’s only obligation is to correct such defects by repair or
replacement, at its option, if within such two year period the product
is returned prepaid, with proof of purchase date, and a description
of the problem to Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc., Att: Quality
Assurance Department, 59-25 Little Neck Parkway, Little
Neck, New York 11362-2591. This warranty excludes and there
is disclaimed liability for labor for removal of this product or
reinstallation. This warranty is void if this product is installed
improperly or in an improper environment, overloaded, misused,
opened, abused, or altered in any manner, or is not used under
normal operating conditions or not in accordance with any labels
or instructions. There are no other or implied warranties of any
kind, including merchantability and fitness of a particular purpose,
but if any implied warranty is required by the applicable
jurisdiction, the duration of any such implied warranty, including
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, is limited to
two years. Leviton is not liable for incidental, indirect, special, or
consequential damages, including without limitation, damage to,
or loss of use of, any equipment, lost sales or profits or delay or
failure to perform this warranty obligation. The remedies provided
herein are the exclusive remedies under this warranty, whether
based on contract, tort or otherwise.
For Technical Assistance Call:
1-800-824-3005
www.leviton.com
HCC2D:
ON/OFF for 2 addresses in sequence, plus DIM/BRIGHTEN of each address (6 buttons)
HCC3D:
ON/OFF for 3 addresses in sequence, plus DIM/BRIGHTEN of each address (8 buttons)
HCC4A:
ON/OFF for 3 addresses in sequence, plus DIM/BRIGHTEN of each address and ALL ON/OFF control of addresses within the same letter code (10 buttons)
HCC4D:
ON/OFF for 4 addresses in sequence, plus DIM/BRIGHTEN of each address (10 buttons)
HCCS7:
7 scenes plus DIM/BRIGHTEN on 12 sequential pre-selected addresses
NOTE: Cat. No. HCCxx Wall Mounted Controller is not intended to replace standard wall switches. The Controller requires one HOT (BLACK) and one NEUTRAL (WHITE) conductor for proper operation. Incorrect
installation will void warranty.
Figure 3 - Switch Plate Removal
(Color Conversion and Programming)
Frame
2. Remove approximately 3/4" (1.9 cm) of insulation from circuit conductors.
3. If using a standard Decora® wallplate, remove “A” tabs from strap (refer Figure 2). If using a Decora® Plus Screwless wallplate, leave tabs intact.
4. Connect wires per WIRING DIAGRAM as follows: BLACK (Hot) wire to BLACK lead of device, and WHITE (Neutral) to White lead of device. Twist strands of each lead tightly together and, with circuit conductor, push
firmly into appropriate wire connector. Screw connector on clockwise making sure that no bare wire shows below the connector. Secure each wire connector with electrical tape.
5. Mount Cat. No. HCCxx in wall box using the screws provided.
NOTE: Ensure that the “PROGRAM BUTTON” is located at the bottom of the device when mounting (refer to Indicator Position Diagram).
6. Remove Front Face of Cat. No. HCCxx (refer to Color Conversion Procedure) to access controls for programming.
7. Restore power at circuit breaker or fuse. Set the address using the “ADDRESS PROGRAMMING” sequence below.
8. Replace Front Face (see Color Conversion Procedure).
9. Attach the supplied programming instruction and code table labels to back of wallplate. Replace wallplate. INSTALLATION IS COMPLETE.
ADDRESS PROGRAMMING
The system communicates via a “preset code” set on transmitters (this device), and receivers (dimmers and switches). The code consists of a letter code (A, B, C, …, P) and a number code (1, 2, 3, …, 16) (refer to
Indicator Position Diagram). The unit must be set (programmed) to allow it to communicate with devices in the Home Control System. This is accomplished by setting the controller’s transmit code to correspond with
dimmers and switches in the system it is installed in. Program as follows:
2. The HCCxx multi-button controller will control devices set to the same code as itself. The firstnd(most upper)rdON/OFF
buttons will control a device set to its code (i.e., “A5”). The next lower row and consecutive row
th
of buttons will control devices with sequential code settings (i.e., 1st row “A5” (device code), 2 row “A6”, 3 and 4 row (if equipped), “A7” and “A8”.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: TO BE INSTALLED AND/OR USED IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPROPRIATE ELECTRICAL CODES AND REGULATIONS.
WARNING: IF YOU ARE NOT SURE ABOUT ANY PART OF THESE INSTRUCTIONS, CONSULT A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
WARNING: INSTALL TO CONTROL SCENE DIMMERS AND APPLICABLE DHC RECEIVERS ONLY. DO NOT INSTALL TO CONTROL ANY LOAD DIRECTLY.
CAUTION: USE THIS DEVICE ONLY WITH COPPER OR COPPER CLAD WIRE. WITH ALUMINUM WIRE USE ONLY DEVICES MARKED CO/ALR OR CU/AL.
TO INSTALL:
1. WARNING: TO AVOID FIRE, SHOCK, OR DEATH; TURN OFF POWER AT CIRCUIT BREAKER OR FUSE AND TEST THAT POWER IS OFF BEFORE WIRING!
1. Determine what switches and dimmers you want to control.
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Strap
Snaps
Push in 2 Locations
3. To set the code on the controller, perform the following (refer to Indicator Position Diagram):
PERFECT PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST
a) Remove wallplate and front face of device (refer to Color Conversion Procedure).
If the Cat. No. HCCxx Controller appears to be functioning improperly proceed with the following steps:
b) You will see rows of BLACK buttons with a protruding plastic LED to its left. The left hand row of four buttons is used to set the Unit Codes (numbers 1-16). The right hand
row of four buttons is used to set the House Codes (letters A-P).
1. Confirm that the Controller is wired exactly as shown in the wiring diagram.
c) Press the recessed “PROGRAM BUTTON” once. The LED’s will flash approximately every 2 to 5 seconds.
2. Confirm that the receiver module is being supplied from a 120V, 60Hz AC source ONLY.
d) To set Unit Code: Determine code setting required (i.e., L7, Unit Code is 7). Using matrix chart (refer to Indicator
Position
Diagram), determine which switches should be
nd
rd
turned ON. Press the switch next to corresponding LED position to turn that LED ON, (i.e., “7”, press switches 2 and 3 down from top to turn ON, LED’s next to them will
illuminate and not flash).
3. Confirm that the load being controlled is in proper working order. Local switch, ON (check for burned-out bulbs, etc.).
4. Confirm that the Controller is powered and is set to transmit commands to the same letter and number code as on receiver modules.
5. Confirm that the Cat. No. HCCxx keypad is installed properly.
e) To set House Code: Determine code setting required (i.e., L7, House Code is L). Using matrix chart (refer to Indicator Position Diagram), determine which switches should be
turned ON; press switch next to corresponding LED position to turn that LED ON, (i.e., “7”, press switches 1 (top right), 2nd and 4th down from top to turn ON, LED’s next to them
will illuminate and not flash.
NOTE: If the Controller still does not operate properly after following steps 1-5, proceed with diagnostic steps 6 and 7.
6. Set the Controller to transmit address P1. Using a Cat No. 6386 Signal Strength Indicator plugged in on the same branch circuit as the Controller, confirm that the Controller
is transmitting a minimum reading of 2 volts of command signal at the HI-RANGE setting. If the signal strength is less than 2 volts, have the Controller checked.
f) Press “PROGRAM BUTTON” again. LED’s will stop flashing. Unit is now programmed to L7.
7. Check for adequate command signal at the Cat. No. HCCxx location as follows:
g) To change or check set codes, press PROGRAM BUTTON again. LED’s will illuminate corresponding last set code. Repeat steps D through F if change is desired.
A. Plug the Cat. No. 6385 Signal Test Transmitter into a receptacle on the same circuit breaker as the Controller.
NOTE: Ensure that the “PROGRAM BUTTON” is pressed again after checking or changing programming to ensure unit is in operating mode.
B. Using the Cat. No. 6386 Signal Strength Indicator at the HCCxx location, check the command signal amplitude. Signal strength must be 100mV minimum. If there is less
than 100mV of signal present, it may be necessary to couple both legs of the 120/240 Volt power service at the entrance panel using a Leviton Repeater/Coupler.
i) Replace front face and wallplate. Programming is complete.
5. Set applicable Receiver code to correspond with the code of this Transmitter or code of suitable desired row (refer to Receiver Program Instructions).
C. If the Yellow ERROR CONDITION indicator is lit, there is electrical “noise” present on the AC line which is interfering with proper module operation. The source of the
noise must be identified and either filtered out or eliminated (See Technical Manual).
SCENE PROGRAMMING (Cat. No. HCCS7 ONLY)
8. Confirm that you have a recent version of the DHC System Coupler/Repeater. To do this, follow steps 1-3 in the Scene Programming section. If the LED’s continue to flash
after a scene button is pressed in step 3, you must upgrade your DHC System. A Repeater/Coupler is recommended in all DHC systems for maximum signal.
NOTE: Scenes may be set for devices set to the same code as transmitter and additional sequential 11 unit code (i.e., code set to A1 will permit scenes on devices to be set to
A1-A12. If code “16” is reached before 12 sequential codes, it will start with 1, 2, 3 (i.e., code set to A15, cycling sequence is A15, A16, A1..A10).
9. The Leviton Technical Manual covers common DHC problems and system issues in more detail.
NOTE: Scenes sent to all 16 codes simultaneously can only have 12 sequential addresses programmed/unprogrammed.
Indicator Position Diagram
1. Press and hold the scene button you would like to program for approximately 5 seconds. All LED's will flash except for selected scene button. You are now in the
programming mode.
(“L7” Address Programming Shown)
2. At each local dimmer (Cat. No. HCM10 or HCM06) or switch (Cat. No. HCS10, non-dimmable), adjust lights to the desired level.
3. Press the selected scene button on the HCCS7. The LED next to the scene button will flash for approximately 5 seconds then stay ON. The scene is now programmed.
House Code Settings
(letter)
Unit Code Settings
(number)
NOTE: To erase a selected scene from the 12 sequential codes in memory, press the OFF button while in the Scene Programming mode.
4. Repeat steps 1 through 3 to program each additional scene until all of the scenes are set.
INDICATES LED—ON,
5. Press the SCENE BUTTON once to send the scene command to all units on the housecode.
INDICATES LED—ON,
INDICATES LED—OFF
1-16
INDICATES LED—OFF
A-P
SEE LABELS FOR CODES
COLOR CONVERSION PROCEDURE
The color of this device can be changed to suit your interior design requirements. Simply obtain a color conversion kit of the appropriate color from your Leviton distributor and
proceed as follows (please note that the wallplate must be removed).
1. Select the color of the face you desire.
2. The frame has snaps on its sides. Using a small screwdriver, gently remove the frame from the strap (refer Figure 3).
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
3. Take the new frame and position it properly to the strap. Line up the plastic snaps with the square holes in the strap. Insert the snaps on one side of the frame into the strap.
LED's
4. Firmly press sideways and down to slip the other snaps into place. The frame snaps in with a audible click. Ensure that all four snaps are secure. Replace Decora® wallplate.
The color conversion is complete.
A
Row not used for Programming
TO OPERATE (Cat. Nos. HCC2D, HCC3D, HCC4A and HCC4D ONLY)
C D
E F
Program Button
The group DIM/BRIGHT buttons (arrows) will DIM or BRIGHTEN the last selected address. To DIM or BRIGHTEN another address, press the ON button for the desired address
and then use the group DIM/BRIGHT control.
On the HCC4A, the bottom row OFF button will transmit the ALL ON/ALL OFF commands for all devices set to the same letter code (i.e., A). To adjust brightness level of LAST
selected address, use DIM and BRIGHT arrows.
When transmitting an ON/ALL ON command, the LED will blink while the signal is being transmitted and will stay ON when the signal has completed the transmission. When
transmitting an OFF/ALL OFF command, the LED will blink while the signal is being transmitted and turn OFF when the signal has completed the transmission. Pressing the
BRIGHT or DIM button will cause the LED’s on the face of the keypad to flash and will remain flashing until the button is released.
Cat. No. HCCxx
NOTE: When used with a 2-Way Receivers, the LED's will indicate the status of those devices (i.e., if the Dimmer/Switch is turned ON at it’s source, the ON/OFF LED who’s
address corresponds to that device will turn ON/OFF to match.
Wiring Diagram
Controller
TO OPERATE (Cat. Nos. HCCS7 ONLY)
Pressing the scene button will transmit a SCENE ON command. Pressing another scene button will change the lighting to that programmed scene. Pressing the “OFF” button will
turn OFF the last selected scene. To adjust brightness level of last selected address, use DIM and BRIGHT arrows.
When transmitting a SCENE ON command, the LED will blink while the signal is being transmitted and will stay ON when the signal has completed the transmission. When
transmitting an OFF command, the LED will blink while the signal is being transmitted and turn OFF when the signal has completed the transmission. When the DIM or BRIGHT
arrow is pressed, all LED's will flash until the button is released.
Hot (Black)
NOTE: When used with a 2-Way Receivers, the Scene Dimmer will only indicate status when all devices are OFF.
Black
Line
120VAC, 60Hz
TESTING
Press the keypad to confirm that the load or loads are turned ON and OFF within two seconds of signal transmission. If the Cat. No. HCCxx Controller appears to be functioning
improperly or operates erratically, read the following paragraphs, then refer to the Perfect Performance Checklist.
1. A Cat. No. HCC4A set at A3: top button controls the A3 address, the next button down controls the A4 address, and so on.
2. A Cat. No. HCC4A set at B15: top button controls the B15 address, the next button down controls the B16 address, the next button down controls the B1 address, and the last
button controls the B2 address.
An ALL ON/OFF button controls ALL DHC modules set to the same letter code as on the Cat. No. HCCxx Controller. ALL ON only turns ON lighting modules. ALL OFF turns
OFF ALL modules set to the same letter code.
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The HCCxx series can switch multiple addresses from the same Controller. The top button transmits as per the letter/number code set on the Controller. The next button down
transmits to the same letter, next number address as set on the Controller, and so on.
Examples:
Neutral (White)
White
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G H I
J
K
L
M N O P
Address Programming Buttons
PROGRAM
Pressing the top ON button will transmit an ON command for the preset address. Pressing the top OFF button will transmit an OFF command for the preset address. The next
lower row of ON/OFF buttons will perform ON/OFF commands for the next sequential address of the one selected (i.e., first row A1, second row A2, third row A3).
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