GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless Control Unit

GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless Control Unit

Wireless Control Unit (Brazil)

GRAFIK Eye

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QS Wireless Control Unit

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Description

GRAFIK Eye

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QS Wireless is the premier energy-saving light and shade control. GRAFIK Eye

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QS includes an astronomic timeclock, intuitive lighting presets, and direct shade control. Now with wireless technology, you can use the GRAFIK Eye

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QS Wireless to seamlessly integrate with a variety of Lutron wireless products and systems, including RadioRA

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2, Radio Powr Savr

TM occupancy, vacancy, and daylight sensors, Sivoia

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QS Wireless shades,

Pico

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wireless controls, and other GRAFIK Eye

®

QS Wireless control units.

Additionally, the GRAFIK Eye

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QS Wireless is compatible with all Lutron wired

QS products and systems, including Quantum

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systems.

Mechanical Dimensions

94 in

(239 mm)

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in

(10 mm)

2 in

(51 mm)

4$ in

(119 mm)

Front View

Fits into a 4-gang U.S. backbox, 3.5 in (90.4 mm) deep (Lutron P/N 245-254) or

3 in (76.2 mm) deep (Lutron P/N 241-400)

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System Topologies

The GRAFIK Eye

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QS Wireless can be specified in four different system topologies. Examples of each are shown below.

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Example of Wired System

Wired QS link

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QS wireless

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Quantum

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(optional)

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seeTouch

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QS

Wired occupancy sensor

Example of GRAFIK Eye

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Wireless System

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seeTouch

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QS

QSE-CI-NWK-E

Sivoia

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QS shade

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Module

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Example of Mixed Wired/GRAFIK Eye

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-centric

Wireless System

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QS wireless

30 ft

(10 m) wireless range;

60 ft

(20 m) in open air

Pico

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QS wireless

Wireless occupancy sensor

Wireless daylight sensor

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Sivoia

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QS shade

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Sivoia

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QS shade

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seeTouch

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QS wallstations

Pico

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Wireless daylight sensor

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Wired occupancy sensor

Wireless occupancy sensor

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Example of Wireless

System with Main Repeater

(RadioRA

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2)

Refer to RadioRA

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2 documentation (www.lutron.

com/radiora2) for specification information.

Note: Wired QS link is disabled when the GRAFIK

Eye

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QS is added to a

RadioRA

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2 system.

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Wireless occupancy sensor

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Main repeater

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Features

• Lutron’s proprietary Clear Connect

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RF technology. Operates in the 431.0 – 437.0

MHz band.

• Pushbutton recall of four preset lighting scenes, plus Off.

• Sixteen (16) total available scenes, plus Off scene.

• Zones can control many light source types directly or through power modules.

• Optional integrated shade control buttons, which can also be added to the unit after installation.

• Master override buttons to raise and lower all lights.

• Allows setup of lighting scenes and shade presets using buttons on the control unit.

• Built-in infrared (IR) receiver.

• External IR connection.

• Built-in astronomic timeclock.

• Info screen shows zone light level percentage, energy savings, zone labeling, and programming.

• Lockout option prevents accidental changes.

• Occupancy sensor input and 24 V power for one occupancy sensor.

• QS communication link for seamless integration of lights, motorized window treatments, occupancy sensors, wallstations, and integration interfaces.

• Compatible with all Lutron QS system components.

• Wireless communication for seamless integration with a variety of Lutron wireless products and systems, including RadioRA

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2,

Radio Powr Savr

TM

occupancy, vacancy, and daylight sensors, Sivoia

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QS wireless shades,

Pico

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wireless control, HomeWorks

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QS, and other GRAFIK Eye

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QS wireless control units.

• Backlit buttons with engraving make unit easy to locate and operate.

• Available in a variety of colors and finishes.

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Specifications

Environment

• 32 to 104 °F (0 to 40 °C)

• Relative humidity less than 90% non-condensing

Regulatory Approvals

• ANATEL

Lighting Sources/Load Types

• Zones on Energi Savr Node

TM

products wired to the same

QS link

- Zones on Energi Savr Node

TM

with Softswitch

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- Zones on Energi Savr Node

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for 0-10 V

- Zones on Energi Savr Node

TM

with EcoSystem

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Please refer to “Remote Zone Mapping” for important information.

• DMX channel(s) through DMX output interface

(QSE-CI-DMX). Please refer to “Accessory Controls: DMX

Output Interface”

Zones can also control the following lighting sources with a smooth, continuous square law dimming curve or on a full conduction non-dim basis:

• Incandescent

• Halogen

• Magnetic low-voltage transformer

• Lutron Tu-Wire

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electronic fluorescent dimming ballast

• Neon and cold cathode

• Non-dim (incandescent, magnetic low-voltage, Tu-Wire

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, or neon/cold cathode)

Please refer to “Capacities” for more information.

Zones can also control the following lighting sources with a smooth, continuous square law dimming curve or on a full conduction non-dim basis through separate

Lutron power modules:

• Electronic low-voltage transformers (use ELV or Phase-

Adaptive power module)

• Lutron 3-wire controlled electronic fluorescent dimming ballasts (use fluorescent 3-wire power module)

• Non-dim (use switching module)

• 0 - 10 V (use TVI)

Note: A zone may be programmed to control only one load type at a time.

Key Design Features

• Lightning strike protection meets ANSI/IEEE standard

62.41-1980. Can withstand voltage surges of up to

6000 V and current surges of up to 3000 A.

• Tested to withstand 16 kV electrostatic discharge without damage or memory loss.

• RTISS equipped

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: Compensates in real time for incoming line voltage variations (no visible flicker with

+/-2% change in RMS voltage per cycle, and +/-2% Hz change in frequency per second).

• Power failure memory retains programming and light level settings for up to 10 years in the event of a power loss.

• The GRAFIK Eye

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QS supplies 3 Power Draw Units

(PDUs) on the QS link.

For complete information, see “Power Draw Units on the QS Link,” Lutron P/N 369405.

• Faceplate is hinged at the top and bottom, and stays open at 180° for ease of access.

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Specifications

Scene and Shade Buttons

• Large, rounded buttons are easy to use.

• Backlit buttons with optional engraving make it easy to find and to operate the control unit in low light conditions

(backlight can be disabled).

• Optional button engraving is angled up to the eye for easy reading.

• Predefined label stickers are included for field labeling.

• 4 preset lighting scenes, plus Off, are accessible from the front of the control unit.

• 12 additional scenes are stored in the control unit and are accessible from the integral timeclock, seeTouch

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QS wallstations, and QS interfaces.

• Light levels fade smoothly between scenes. Fade time can be set differently for each scene: 0 to 59 seconds, or 1 to

60 minutes. Maximum fade time from Scene Off is

3 seconds.

Shade Control

• The GRAFIK Eye

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QS can include up to 3 shade button columns. Each column has backlit open, preset, close, and raise/lower buttons.

• Each shade button column can be programmed to operate one shade or a group of shades. (Shades may be assigned to more than one shade button column).

• Faceplates are available with 1, 2 and 3 shade button columns.

Wireless shade limitations:

• Access to the Sivoia

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QS Wireless electronic drive unit

(EDU) is required to associate shades with the GRAFIK

Eye

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QS and set their raise/lower limits.

Exception: Sivoia

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QS Wireless cellular shades allow limit setting from the GRAFIK Eye

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QS wireless control unit.

• Wired and wireless shades may not be programmed into the same shade button column; however, both may be used on the same GRAFIK Eye

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QS control unit.

• Scene commands that affect wireless shades across multiple shade button columns will have a 1-second delay from column to column. This does not occur in RadioRA

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2 systems.

Zone Control

• Each zone has a dedicated raise and lower button to adjust the zone.

• Each zone has a dedicated 7 LED bar graph for level status. Percentage of light level and energy saved is displayed on the info screen.

• All zone information has blue backlit LEDs. Backlight turns off when idle for 30 seconds.

• High-end and low-end trim settings are adjustable per zone (high end from 99 to 55%; low end from 45 to 1%).

Note: Trim for remote zones must be adjusted locally on the Energi Savr Node

TM

unit.

• Each zone is programmable to only one load type at a time.

Info Screen

• OLED (organic LED) screen is viewable from all angles.

• Screen turns off when idle for 30 seconds.

• Programmable zone labels.

• Programmable scene labels.

• Status of real-time zone percentage and energy savings.

• Programmable timeclock schedules.

• Programmable shade labels.

• Selectable display languages:

- English

- Italian

- Spanish

- German

- French

- Portuguese

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Specifications

Astronomic Timeclock

• Integral to all units.

• 7 daily schedules available.

• One available holiday schedule is programmable by date up to one year in advance.

• 25 events per day maximum.

• Timeclock events are programmable to control scenes that affect any Energi Savr Node

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unit connected on the

QS link without changing the local scene on the

GRAFIK Eye

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QS.

• Astronomic times are programmable by integral city database or by entering latitude and longitude. Sunrise/

Sunset times automatically adjust throughout the year based on location.

• Automatically adjusts for Daylight Saving Time (DST);

DST is programmable.

• Local timeclock events can activate any of the following features:

- Scenes 1 to 16 and Off

- Any available shade presets

- Start and End afterhours mode

- Enable and Disable daylighting for all zones/groups

- Enable and Disable occupancy for occupancy/vacancy sensors

- Enable and Disable occupied events for all occupancy sensors

System Communications and Capacities

• Low-voltage type IEC PELV/NEC

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Class 2 wiring connects control units, wallstations, motorized shades, and control interfaces.

• A QS system can have up to 100 devices and 100 zones.

• A GRAFIK Eye

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can have up to 30 wireless devices associated to it.

Infrared

• Infrared (IR) receiver allows infrared transmitters to select 8 scenes, raise/lower lighting zones, or raise/lower shades.

• Transmitter buttons imitate buttons on faceplate.

• 50 ft (15 m) line of sight range.

• Terminal block infrared input for connection to a wired

IR input from third-party equipment.

• IR can be disabled via programming.

• Works with Lutron GRX-IT and GRX-8IT infrared remote controls.

Accessory Controls: seeTouch

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QS Wallstations

(QSWS2 or QSWE)

• Wired seeTouch

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QS keypads provide the following features:

- Access to one or more of the 16 scenes on the

GRAFIK Eye

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QS Wireless

- Zone toggle, partitioning, sequencing, fine tune, panic mode, and timeclock enable/disable

- Contact closure inputs

- Certain functions are only available on specific wallstation configurations. Refer to the seeTouch

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QS specification submittal.

Wireless RF Compatibility

• Features Lutron’s proprietary Clear Connect

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RF

Technology

• Operates in the 431.0 – 437.0 MHz band

• Compatible with other Lutron wireless products/systems, such as:

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(P/N QSR4P or MRF2)

- Radio Powr Savr

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occupancy/vacancy/daylight sensors

(P/N LRF2-)

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2 wireless system

- Sivoia

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QS wireless products

- Other GRAFIK Eye

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QS wireless units

(P/N QSGRJ-BRA)

- HomeWorks

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QS system

Accessory Controls: Pico

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Wireless Control

(QSR4P or MRF2 models)

• The Pico

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Wireless Control is battery powered. It can control GRAFIK Eye

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QS wireless control units within a

30 ft (10 m) range (60 ft/20 m in open air). It provides the following features:

- Control of one or more zones on the GRAFIK Eye

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QS

Wireless control unit: turns zone(s) on or off, raises/ lowers zone(s), allows programmable light levels for each button, and goes to user-programmable preset level

- Control of one or more scenes on the GRAFIK Eye

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QS Wireless control unit: the Pico

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wireless control can access any three sequential scenes (1 through 16), or any two sequential scenes and Off; and can raise and lower lighting levels.

Note: “Unaffected” is not a valid level for Pico zone programming.

• Use the QSR4P in systems with a RadioRA

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2 main repeater. The MRF2 models will NOT work with

RadioRA

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2.

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Specifications

Accessory Controls: QS Sensor Module (QSM2)

• The QS Sensor Module provides a means to link wired or wireless occupancy sensors or daylight sensors, Pico

® controls, and wired infrared sensors to a GRAFIK Eye

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QS control unit via the wired QS link.

• Occupancy sensors, daylight sensors, and Pico

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wireless devices can be shared by one or more GRAFIK Eye

® control units on the QS link.

- Occupancy sensors wired (or wirelessly linked) to a QS

Sensor Module can be used by one or more GRAFIK Eye

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QS control units on the wired link.

- Daylight sensors wired (or wirelessly linked) to a

QS Sensor Module can be used by one or more

GRAFIK Eye

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QS control units on the wired link.

- Pico

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wireless controls can control either one or more zones or scenes on the GRAFIK Eye

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QS control unit.

- Pico

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wired controls can be used, when connected to a QS Sensor Module, to control one or more zones or scenes on the GRAFIK Eye

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QS control unit.

- Infrared sensors can control either one or more zones or scenes on the GRAFIK Eye

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QS. Functionality varies; refer to the documentation for the QS Sensor Module for details.

Accessory Controls: Contact Closure Input/Output

Interface (QSE-IO)

• Recalls preset light levels for the following set of scenes on the GRAFIK Eye

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QS:

Scenes 1-4 and Off Scenes 9-12 and Off

Scenes 5-8 and Off Scenes 13-16 and Off

• Sequence scenes 5-16, Enable/Disable Zone Lockout,

Enable/Disable Scene Lockout, Enable/Disable Panic Mode,

Enable/Disable Timeclock.

• Occupancy Sensors. An individual input counts as 1 occupancy sensor for the GRAFIK Eye

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QS. Each input can be assigned to either Scene Control or Zone Control (please refer to the Occupancy Sensor(s) section of this guide).

• Zone Toggle. Allows an input to toggle one or more zones between programmable preset level(s) and off.

• Shade Output mode. A Shade Column on the GRAFIK Eye

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QS can be linked to control outputs 1-3 and/or outputs 4-5 on the QSE-IO.

• Refer to the Specification Submittal for the QSE-IO for a full list of its available features.

Accessory Controls:

DMX Output Interface (QSE-CI-DMX)

• Any zone on the GRAFIK Eye

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QS control unit can be mapped to any single DMX512 Channel.

• Any zone on the GRAFIK Eye

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QS control unit can be simultaneously mapped to any three DMX512 channels

(providing RGB/CMY control).

• DMX loads cannot be used with daylighting.

Accessory Controls: Ethernet and RS232 Interface

(QSE-CI-NWK-E)

• Allows for monitoring and control of the outputs and local scenes of the GRAFIK Eye

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QS.

Accessory Controls: QS Keyswitch Wallstations

(QSWS2-KS)

• Recalls preset light levels for any two scenes including Off

• Allows fine-tuning (raise/lower level) of a zone or group of zones

• Starts/Stops scene sequencing (Scenes 1-4 or Scenes

5-16)

• Enables/Disables Timeclock

• Enables/Disables occupancy sensors

• Enables/Disabled daylight sensors

• Allows toggle of Zone(s) to a preset level and off

• Enables/Disables panic mode

• Starts/Stops afterhours mode

Other Accessory Controls and Devices

• Energi Savr Node

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QS (ESN)

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Specifications

Occupancy Sensor(s)

• The GRAFIK Eye

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QS works with occupancy sensors through either:

- Scene Control: Up to four sensors activate user-selectable occupancy and vacancy scenes.

- Zone Control: Up to four sensors per zone activate userselected occupancy and vacancy zone levels.

• Occupancy sensors may include:

- Contact closure sensors wired to CCI input on back of

GRAFIK Eye

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QS

- Wireless Radio Powr Savr

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occupancy or vacancy sensors (model numbers starting with LRF2)

- Wired or wireless sensors connected QS Sensor Module

(QSM)

• If any sensor in a group detects occupancy, then the

GRAFIK Eye

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QS will go to the designated occupancy scene or zone level.

• If all sensors in a group detect vacancy, then the

GRAFIK Eye

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QS will go to the designated vacancy scene or zone level.

• Low battery: the Diagnostics screen will display a low battery symbol when applicable.

• If the GRAFIK Eye

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QS control unit does not receive a signal from an occupancy sensor on the link (usually due to a dead battery), the lights associated with that sensor will go to the occupied level.

Daylight Sensor(s)

• The GRAFIK Eye

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QS allows daylight sensors to control one or more lighting zones to adjust electric light levels based on measured daylight levels.

• Daylight sensors may include:

- Wireless Radio Powr Savr

TM

(model numbers starting with LRF2)

- Wired or wireless sensors connected to a QS sensor module (QSM)

• A daylight sensor can control one or more GRAFIK Eye

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QS zones:

- Each zone can be calibrated to target light levels

- A zone can be controlled by no more than one daylight sensor

• Daylight control can be enabled or disabled on a sceneby-scene basis

- By default, daylight control is enabled in all scenes

Note: Daylight control through the GRAFIK Eye

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QS control unit only affects select lighting loads. Shade groups cannot be controlled by daylight sensors. Daylighting does not affect DMX or RGB/CMY DMX loads.

Daylighting of Remote Zones linked to Energi Savr Node

TM zones must be configured at the Energi Savr Node

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unit or through the iPod.

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Specifications

Contact Closure Input (CCI) with Power Supply Output

• Each GRAFIK Eye

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QS has one contact closure input

(Terminal A).

- The attached device must provide a dry contact closure or solid-state output.

- Input is miswire-protected up to 36 V .

• The contact closure is capable of accepting the following types of inputs:

- Maintained (default): The GRAFIK Eye

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QS control unit will act on both a contact closure and a contact open/release event.

- Momentary: The GRAFIK Eye

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QS control unit will act on only contact closure events.

GRAFIK Eye

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QS can supply 50 mA maximum at • Each

24 V .

- Useful for powering occupancy sensors.

- An auxiliary power supply must be used if the device requires more than 50 mA.

• The CCI is capable of operating in the following modes

- Occupancy: If an occupancy sensor is wired directly to the GRAFIK Eye

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QS, choose this setting so that the occupancy sensor will work correctly.

- Emergency: This setting allows the GRAFIK Eye

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QS to work with a LUT-ELI. When an emergency situation is detected, all lights will go to full on, and no operations will be allowed until the emergency signal is cleared.

- Afterhours: Allows the CCI to start and end the afterhours mode.

- Timeclock: Allows the CCI to enable and disable the timeclock.

- Scene Lockout: Prevents the user from making any changes to the control unit. The current scene will stay on until the CCI enables normal operation.

- Never Save: Prevents any changes from being saved while the CCI is being used.

- Disable CCI: The CCI will have no effect on the system and will not appear on the list of available sensors.

Security Lockout Password

• A 4-digit password (using characters A to Z and

0 to 9) can be enabled/disabled to lock out access to the Programming Menu.

• By default there is no password enabled on the

GRAFIK Eye

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QS.

• If case the 4-digit password is forgotten, contact Lutron

Technical Support to regain access.

Remote Zone Mapping

• Map a GRAFIK Eye

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QS zone directly to an Energi Savr

Node

TM

output so that programmed scenes in the GRAFIK

Eye

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QS control unit will directly control the output levels of the Energi Savr Node

TM

.

• Adjust high-end and low-end trim for remote zones through the Energi Savr Node

TM

or Energi Savr app software.

• Change load types of remote zones through the Energi

Savr Node

TM

or Energi Savr app software.

• Configure daylighting for remote zones through the Energi

Savr Node

TM

or Energi Savr app software.

• Required:

- GRAFIK Eye

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QS control unit with firmware version 7.000 or higher

- Energi Savr Node

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unit with firmware version 6.000 or higher

- Energi Savr app version 6.0.0 or higher (required only if the Energi Savr Node

TM

unit has been configured using the app)

Partitioning

• When partition is open, creating one large space, automatically combines lighting preset functions for multiple GRAFIK Eye

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QS control units.

• When partition is closed, creating two or more smaller spaces, lighting preset functions become independent.

• Requires one QSWS2-2B wallstation, a GRX-IRPS infrared transmitter/receiver pair, and a GRX-12VDC power supply for operation.

• If occupancy sensors are required in a partitioned space, note that each room’s occupancy sensor(s) will operate independent of the partition status.

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Capacities

Unit Capacity (watts)

MLV

Zone Capacity (watts)

MLV

240 V 50 / 60 Hz

2400

2400 VA / 1920 W

40 – 1200

40 – 1200 VA / 40 – 960 W

120 V

1200

50 / 60 Hz

1200 VA / 960 W

25 – 800

25 – 800 VA / 25 – 600 W

Load Type Notes

• All electronic low-voltage (ELV) lighting used with an interface must be rated for reverse phase control dimming. Before installing an ELV light source, verify with the manufacturer that their transformer can be dimmed. When dimming, an ELV interface (check compatibility in your area for correct model; see www.lutron.com/qs for more information) must be used with the control unit.

• Not all zones must be connected; however, connected zones must have a minimum load as specified above.

• Maximum total lighting load for a magnetic low-voltage (MLV) varies by input voltage:

- 120 V : 800 VA / 600 W

- 240 V : 1200 VA / 960 W

• Maximum total lighting load for Lutron Tu-Wire

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and Advance Mark X

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electronic dimming ballasts (120 V only) must not exceed 6 A per zone or 10 A per unit.

• No zone may be loaded with more than the capacity specified above. For higher wattage applications, use a Lutron

PHPM power module (check compatibility in your area for correct model; see www.lutron.com/qs for more information).

• For controlling low-wattage loads (CFL, LED) in a non-dim application, contact Lutron Technical Support for the appropriate solution.

System Limits

• The QS wired communication link is limited to 100 devices or 100 zones.

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GRAFIK Eye

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QS Wireless

Custom Color Options and Model Numbers

You must order a Base Unit and a Faceplate Kit

See Standard Color Combinations page for faceplate, stripe, and button colors

Base Unit

QSGRJ - _ PBA

Prefix

Number of Zones

Phase Control Triac

3 = 3 zones

4 = 4 zones

6 = 6 zones

Example:

QSGRJ-6PBA

6-zone base unit

and

QSGFP-2IV-EGN

Ivory faceplate kit with two shade columns and general engraving

Faceplate Kit

(includes coordinating stripe and buttons)

QSGFP

- -

Faceplate

Prefix

Number of Shade

Columns

Top

Door

Color

Color/

Finish

Keypad

Engraving

Code

Omit = none

1 = 1 column

2 = 2 columns

3 = 3 columns

1 9

Omit = same as unit

T = Translucent

2 10 3 11 4 12 5 13 6 14 7 15

Faceplate Custom Color/Finish Codes

Architectural Matte

Finishes

Standard

(ship in 48 hours)

White

Ivory

Beige

Gray

Brown

Black

Almond

Light Almond

BR

BL

AL

LA

WH

IV

BE

GR

Architectural Metal

Finishes

Bright Brass BB

Bright Chrome BC

Bright Nickel

Satin Brass

BN

SB

Satin Chrome SC

Satin Nickel SN

Antique Brass QB

Antique Bronze QZ

Anodized Aluminum

Finishes

Clear CLA

Black BLA

Brass BRA

8 16

Satin Color Matte

9-16

1-8

Finishes

Snow SW

Biscuit

Eggshell

Taupe

Midnight

Limestone LS

BI

ES

TP

MN

Stone

Desert Stone

ST

DS

Terracotta TC

Hot HT

Goldstone GS

Palladium PD

Plum PL

Turquoise TQ

Bluestone

Sea Glass

BG

SG

Greenbrier

Sienna

Merlot

Mocha Stone

GB

SI

MR

MS

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1 9 2

Keypad Engraving Codes

10 3 11 4 12

Omit = Unengraved

OK

Ships with engraving certificate that customer can redeem at no charge

EGN = General Engraving

1 Open

Preset

2

3

4

Off

Lighting keypad

Close

Shade column

NST = Non-Standard Text Engraving

Please visit the GRAFIK Eye

®

QS website at www.lutron.com/grafikeyeqs for custom engraving forms. Submit completed form with order, and unit will ship engraved as specified by customer.

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GRAFIK Eye

®

QS Wireless

Custom Options and Model Numbers

See previous pages for Standard and Other Custom Model Numbers

See Standard Color Combinations page for faceplate, stripe, and button colors

Custom Button Kit

QSGB - 5B - WH -

Custom Button

Kit Prefix

Button

Configuration

Button

Color/

Finish

Keypad

Engraving

Code

3BRL = 3-button with raise/lower

(shade column)

5B = 5-button

4 12

(lighting keypad)

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Button Kit Custom

Color/Finish Codes

Architectural Matte

Finishes

White

Ivory

Beige

Gray

Brown

WH

IV

BE

GR

BR

Black

Almond

Light Almond

BL

AL

LA

Satin Color Matte

Finishes

Snow

Biscuit

Eggshell

Taupe

SW

BI

ES

TP

9-16

1-8

1 9 2 10

Keypad Engraving Codes

3

11 4 12

Omit = Unengraved

OK

Ships with engraving certificate that customer can redeem at no charge

EGN = General Engraving

1 Open

2

3

Preset

Close

4

Off

Lighting keypad

Shade column

NST = Non-Standard Text Engraving

Please visit the GRAFIK Eye

®

QS website at www.lutron.com/grafikeyeqs for custom engraving forms. Submit completed form with order, and unit will ship engraved as specified by customer.

5 13 6 14 7 15 8 16

9-16

1-8

Custom Stripe Kit

QSGS - WH

Stripe

Kit

Prefix

Stripe Color/

Finish

Stripe Custom Color/Finish Codes

Same as Faceplate colors on previous page

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Wiring Diagrams

Terminations

N L 6 5 4 3 2 1

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Communication link

Occupancy sensor/contact closure input and 24 V power

IR input

Load wiring

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Power Group Wiring Example

On the QS link, there are devices that supply power and devices that consume power. Each device has a specific number of Power Draw Units (PDUs) it either supplies or consumes. A Power Group consists of one device that supplies power and one or more devices that consume power; each Power Group may have only one power-supplying device. Refer to the QS Link Power Draw Units specification submittal (Lutron P/N 369405) for more information concerning PDUs.

Within Power Groups on the QS link, connect all 4 terminals (1, 2, 3, and 4), shown by the letter A in the diagram.

Between devices on the QS link that supply power, connect only terminals 1, 3, and 4 (NOT terminal 2), shown by the letter B on the diagram.

Wiring can be T-tapped or daisy-chained.

A

Power Group 1

LUTRON

GRAFIK Eye

®

QS control unit

Supplies PDUs

B

(Do not connect terminal 2: 24 V )

A

Control Interfaces

Consume PDUs

LUTRON

Wallstations

Consume PDUs

Energi Savr Node

TM

QS unit Supplies PDUs

LUTRON

B

(Do not connect terminal 2: 24 V )

Wallstations

Consume PDUs

LUTRON

Power Group 2

LUTRON

A

Connect all 4 terminals within a power group:

1: Common

2: 24 V

3 and 4: Data

B

Connect only 3 terminals

between power groups:

1: Common

3 and 4: Data

Do not connect

Terminal 2: 24 V

Power Group 3

A

QS Power Supply

Supplies PDUs

B

(Do not connect terminal 2: 24 V )

Wireless Occupancy Sensor does not consume PDUs

Control Interfaces

Consume PDUs

LUTRON

Wallstations

Consume PDUs

QS Sensor Module with wired Occupancy Sensor

Consumes PDUs

Quantum

®

Processor

Supplies PDUs

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Mounting

Mounting screws (4)

Hinged top lid

GRAFIK Eye

®

QS control unit

Hinged bottom lid

Line Voltage Wiring

Rear of

QS control unit

1 2 3 4 5 6 L N

To Load 1

To Load 2

To Load 3

To Load 4

To Load 5

To Load 6

1 2 3 4 5 6 L N

Distribution Panel

120 V 50 / 60 Hz or

240 V 50 / 60 Hz

• Pull power wiring from distribution panel and to light fixtures.

• Each line voltage terminal can accept one 12 AWG (4.0 mm

2

) wire.

• Consult Lutron for non-dim relay wiring and/or load side emergency transfer wiring.

Line voltage (hot/live) is labeled L.

Fits into a 4-gang U.S. backbox,

3.5 in (90.4 mm) deep

(Lutron P/N 245-254) or

3 in (76.2 mm) deep

(Lutron P/N 241-400)

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IEC PELV/NEC

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Class 2 QS System Wiring

• System communication wiring can be daisy-chained or T-tapped.

• Wiring must be run separately from line/mains voltage.

• IEC PELV/NEC

®

Class 2 wiring link requires:

Two 18 AWG (1.0 mm

2

) conductors for control power.

One twisted, shielded pair of 22 AWG (0.5 mm

2

) for data link.

Available from Lutron, P/N GRX-CBL-346S; check compatibility in your area.

• Total length of control link must not exceed 2000 ft (610 m).

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Daisy-Chain Wiring Example

QS

Control Unit

LUTRON

LUTRON

LUTRON LUTRON

T-Tap Wiring Example

QS

Control Unit

LUTRON

Sivoia

®

QS

Shade seeTouch

®

QS

LUTRON

Sivoia

®

QS

LUTRON

smart panel

LUTRON

LUTRON

LUTRON

LUTRON LUTRON LUTRON

LUTRON

LUTRON

LUTRON

seeTouch

®

QS

LUTRON

LUTRON LUTRON

LUTRON LUTRON

Sivoia

®

QS smart panel

Sivoia

®

QS

Shade

LUTRON

LUTRON

LUTRON

LUTRON

LUTRON

LUTRON

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