with Buttons Installation and programming guide

with Buttons
Installation and
programming guide
Crestron Integration
Equipment needed
Lutron RadioRA 2 Main Repeater
Upto to 4 Auxiliary Repeaters (optional)
Connecting to the Main Repeater
Ensure the Main Repeater is connected to a power supply. Connection can be made
via TCP/IP or RS232 (9600 Baud, N, 8,1). TCP/IP requires a login for a Telnet connection. This
is User: lutron / Password: integration
Locate the IP address of the Main Repeater
The default setting is DHCP, if you want to change this follow the next step otherwise
skip this step.
Log on to the Main Repeater via a browser using the following login details
Username: lutron / Password: lutron
Add this IP address to your Crestron system as a 3rd party device
Pairing a device
Enter “Add Mode” (Note: The first time Add Mode is entered on a main repeater, it will create a
new system with a unique system address)
Press and hold the “Add” button on Main Repeater for 3 seconds until green “Add”
LED begins to rapid-flash (ten times per second) and repeater beeps.
Wait 10 seconds
After green “Add” LED begins to normal-flash (once per second) the system is in Add
Mode and ready to add new components.
If adding Auxiliary Repeaters
Press and hold the “Add” button on Auxiliary Repeater to be added for 3 seconds
until green “Add” LED begins to rapid-flash.
When Auxiliary Repeater has been added successfully, the Main Repeater will beep
once and the “Add” LED on the Auxiliary Repeater will normal-flash.
The Repeater Status LED corresponding to the repeater that was added will also turn
on for each repeater. To add another Auxiliary Repeater (4 Auxiliary Repeaters
maximum), repeat for each.
Connecting to Launchport Buttons
With Repeater in “ADD MODE”, Press and hold “button 5” on the Launchport
buttons for 6 seconds (see front cover for button reference)
The Main Repeater will flash and beep
Your device is now connected to the Main Repeater
Exit Add Mode
Press and hold the “Add” button on the Repeater for 3 seconds until “Add” LED
begins to rapid-flash.
After LED turns off (can take up to 30–60 seconds) the system has exited Add Mode.
Firstly, you will need to program the device to enable “Monitoring” in order to receive
feedback from the Repeater. The type of monitoring is "button" monitoring. Once this is
enabled and the TCP/IP connection is made via telnet you will see feedback from the
repeater in the form of the Device commands shown in the document.
#MONITORING, Monitoring Type, Action Number
MONITORING Command Formats - # = operation / MONITORING = command
Monitoring Type:
Diagnostic Monitoring
Button Monitoring (if enabled, button actions will be reported)
Zone Monitoring (if enabled, zone levels will be reported, i e dimmer, shade,
contact closure output level)
Reply State (if disabled, all messages FROM the integration access point will
Prompt State (if disabled, the prompt will not be printed to the terminal)
Set or Get State of All Monitoring (except Reply and Prompt)
Monitoring Type
Action Number:
Action Number
Example Monitoring Commands
Command String
Execute: #MONITORING, Monitoring Type, Action Number
Disable Diagnostic Monitoring
Enable Event Monitoring
Query: ?MONITORING, Monitoring Type
Is Diagnostic Monitoring disabled?
Response: ~MONITORING, Monitoring Type, Action Number
Diagnostic Monitoring is disabled
Device Programming
#DEVICE, Integration ID, Component Number, Action Number,
DEVICE command-specific fields - # = Operation / DEVICE = Command
Component Numbers
Button 1 – 100
Component Number
1 – 100
Available Actions
Press, Release
Action Numbers
Action Number
Example DEVICE commands
Command Strings
Execute: #DEVICE, Integration ID, Component Number, Action Number
Press Button 1
Release Button 1
Note: If more than one Launchport with Buttons device is being used within a property then
each will need to have its own Integration ID. This ID is automatically generated when the
device is paired with the Repeater.
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