GRAFIK Eye QS Control Unit: EcoSystem

GRAFIK Eye QS Control Unit: EcoSystem
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with EcoSystem® Control Unit
Installation and Operation Guide
Please Read
The GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®
control unit allows for control of both lights
and shades, without interfaces, using
a single control unit. Features include
pushbutton scene recall, info screen
that displays energy savings and status,
IR receiver, astronomic timeclock, contact
closure input, and engravable backlit
buttons that are easy to find and operate.
The built-in EcoSystem® bus link can
control up to 64 EcoSystem® devices.
LUTRON
Model Numbers: QSGRJ-6E, QSGRJ-8E, QSGRJ-16E
QSGR-6E, QSGR-8E, QSGR-16E
Unit Capacity (watts)
MLV
Zone Capacity (watts)
MLV
120 V~ 50/60 Hz
220 - 240 V~ 50/60 Hz
2000 W
3000 W
2000 VA / 1600 W
3000 VA / 2400 W
25 – 800 W
40 – 1200 W
25 – 800 VA / 25 – 600 W
40 – 1200 VA / 40 – 960 W
See page 7 for EcoSystem® bus ratings; see page 8 for IEC PELV/NEC® Class 2 ratings.
For California residents only:
The batteries in these devices contain
Perchlorate Material – special handling may apply.
For more information visit
www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate
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Contents
Features and Functions of the
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®
Control Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Wiring the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®
Control Unit
Overview of Line Voltage/Mains
and EcoSystem® Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Line Voltage Wiring Details. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
EcoSystem® Bus Wiring Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Overview of IEC PELV/NEC® Class 2 Wiring . . . . . 8
QS Link Control Wiring Details. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Powering More Than 3 Wallstations Example. . . 10
Completing Installation of the
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®
Control Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
General Functionality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Pre-Programmed Button Functionality . . . . . 13
Zone Button Operation
Zone LED Displays for % of Lighting Levels . . . . 14
Programming Mode
Entering and Exiting Programming Mode . . . . . . 15
Navigating Menus in Programming Mode . . . . . . 15
Wireless Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
FCC Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Zone Setup
Assigning Load Types. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Assigning Non-Dim Load Types. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Setting Load Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Setting High End or Low End Trim. . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Setting Minimum Level (optional). . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Labeling a Zone (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Scene Setup
Setting Zone Levels, Fade Rates,
and Shade Group Actions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Labeling a Scene (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Enabling/Disabling Daylighting in a Scene . . . . . 22
Setting Save Mode
Save Mode Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Quick Scene Programming:
Save by OK Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Contact Closure Input (CCI) Setup. . . . . . . . . 29
Occupancy Sensor Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Associating Wireless Occupancy Sensors . . . . . 32
Selecting the Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Scene Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Zone Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Labeling an Occupancy Sensor (optional). . . . . . 36
Configuring Occupancy Sensor Settings
(optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Daylight Sensor Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Associating Wireless Daylight Sensors . . . . . . . . 39
Assigning the Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Zone Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Group Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Labeling a Daylight Sensor (optional) . . . . . . . . . 44
Pico® Wireless Control Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Associating with a GRAFIK Eye® QS
Wireless Control Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Associating through a QS Sensor Module . . . . . 47
IR Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Enabling/Disabling the IR Receiver . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Associating the QS IR Eye with a
GRAFIK Eye® QS Control Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Associating through a QS Sensor Module . . . . . 52
Associating Sivoia® QS Shades/Drapes
and GRAFIK Eye® QS Control Units . . . . . . . . 53
Adjusting Shade Settings
Setting Limits. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Preset Adjustment: Simple Method . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Preset Adjustment: Advanced Method . . . . . . . . 55
Naming a Group of Shades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Enable/Disable “Stop If Moving”
Functionality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Timeclock Operation
Setting Time and Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Setting Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Setting Daylight Saving Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Adding an Event . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Deleting an Event . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Viewing an Event . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Setting a Holiday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Viewing a Holiday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Deleting a Holiday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Copying a Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Deleting a Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Afterhours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Afterhours Examples. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Setting Up Afterhours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Ending Afterhours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Diagnostics and Special Settings
Enabling/Disabling the Timeclock . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Enabling/Disabling the Backlighting . . . . . . . . . . 70
Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Setting the Security Password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Language Selection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Faceplate Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting: Wireless Functions. . . . . . .
Troubleshooting: Shade Functions . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting: EcoSystem® Functions. . . .
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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74
75
76
77
77
Associating Sivoia® QS Triathlon® Shades
with GRAFIK Eye® QS Control Unit . . . . . . 58
Setting Upper and Lower Limits of a Sivoia®
QS Triathlon® Shade with GRAFIK Eye® QS
Control Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Associating Multiple GRAFIK Eye® QS
Control Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
EcoSystem® Setup
Building the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Assigning/Unassigning an EcoSystem® Device
to a Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Addressing EcoSystem® Devices. . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Reset Missing Ballast Addresses. . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit Installation and Operation Guide 2
Features and Functions of the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit
Hinged faceplate
Page button
Switches between displaying
zones 1 to 8 and 9 to 16 on
16-zone unit
Zone numbers
1 9
2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
Zone raise/lower buttons
Zone LEDs display current
lighting zone levels
6 14
7 15
Master buttons
Temporarily raise and lower
lighting levels on unit
8 16
9-16
1-8
OK
Note: Zones 1, 2, and 3 are
integral line voltage dimming
zones that can control line
voltage loads. Remaining zones
are EcoSystem® zones only.
Zones 1, 2, and 3 can be either
EcoSystem® zones or line voltage
zones (no zone can be both)
“OK” button
Used for programming
Timeclock button
Displays current
timeclock info
Infrared receiver
For handheld remote use
Scene buttons
With integral scene
indicator LEDs
Optional Shade
button groups
Preset and raise/lower
buttons with integral LEDs
(maximum of 3 button
groups)
Hinged faceplate
Info screen
Displays status or
programming functions
USB type mini B
For programming via PC
Note: 6-zone control unit will show only zones 1 through 6.
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 3
Wiring the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit (continued)
Overview of Line Voltage/Mains and EcoSystem® Wiring
Two E1 and two E2 connections are
provided for ease of wiring, and to
provide two connecting points; there is
only one EcoSystem® link on the unit.
Note: Ballasts and other EcoSystem®
devices must NOT obtain power from a
line voltage output on the GRAFIK Eye®
QS with EcoSystem® control unit.
EcoSystem® Bus Wiring
(See the bus wiring details section for
complete specification)
Two 16 AWG (1.5 mm2)
each terminal
Line Voltage/Mains
Cables and Load Wiring
12 AWG (4.0 mm2)
each terminal
L
N
E2
E1
E2
E1
EcoSystem® devices:
ballasts, drivers, or interfaces
L
N
To additional
EcoSystem® devices
Distribution
Panel
Terminal labels:
L: Hot/Live
N: Neutral
: Ground
120 - 127 V~
or
220 - 240 V~
Distribution
Panel
Incandescent load
1, 2, 3: Dimmed/Switched
line voltage outputs
Load controlled
by power module
or interface
Power module
or interface
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit Installation and Operation Guide 4
Wiring the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit (continued)
Line Voltage Wiring Details
• Use properly certified cable for all line
voltage/mains cables.
• Proper short-circuit and overload
protection must be provided at the
distribution panel. You can use up to a
20 A circuit breaker for your installation.
• Install in accordance with all local and
national electrical codes.
• IEC PELV/NEC® Class 2 terminals may
be temporarily unplugged for ease of IR,
occupancy sensor, and control wiring.
• Notice: Risk of damage to unit. Do not
connect line voltage/mains cable to IEC
PELV/NEC® Class 2 terminals.
Step 1: Install wallbox. Mount a 3½ in
(89 mm) deep 4-gang U.S. wallbox on a
dry, flat indoor surface that is accessible
and allows for system programming and
operation. Allow at least 4½ in (110 mm)
clearance above and below the faceplate
to ensure proper heat dissipation. Allow
1 in (25 mm) for faceplate overhang on
all sides.
Note: 4-gang wallbox available from
Lutron; P/N 241400.
Step 2: Test load wiring.
• Turn power OFF at the circuit breaker or
fuse box.
• Connect a standard light switch between
the live lead and load wire to test the
circuit.
• Turn power ON and check for short or
open circuits. If load does not operate,
the circuit is open. If the circuit breaker
trips (fuse blows or opens), a load short
may exist. Correct short or open circuits
and test again.
Faceplate overhangs
wallbox on all sides;
allow 1 in (25 mm)
LUTRON
4` in
(110 mm)
Hot/Live
Switch
Load
Neutral
Step 3: Check control unit wiring.
• Earth/ground terminal connection must
be made as shown in line voltage wiring
diagrams.
• Do not mix different load types on the
same zone.
• Follow all local and national electrical
codes when installing IEC PELV/
NEC® Class 2 wiring with line voltage/
mains wiring.
WARNING! Shock hazard. May
result in serious injury or death.
Always turn off circuit breaker or
remove main fuse from power
line before doing any work.
Before connecting the loads
to the GRAFIK Eye® QS with
EcoSystem® control unit, test the
loads for short-circuits.
LUTRON
(continued on next page)
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 5
Wiring the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit (continued)
Line Voltage Wiring Details (continued)
Step 4: Connect line voltage and loads
to control unit.
• Strip 9 in (8 mm) of insulation off the line
voltage/mains cables in the wallbox.
9 in
(8 mm)
• Connect the line voltage/mains, ground,
and load wires to the appropriate
terminals on the back of the control unit.
L: Hot/Live
N: Neutral
: Ground
Terminals 1, 2, 3: Dimmed/Switched
line voltage outputs
The recommended installation torque is
5.0 in∙lb (0.6 N∙m) for line voltage/mains
connections and 5.0 in∙lb (0.6 N∙m) for
the earth/ground connection.
Note: See the zone setup section for
a list of compatible load types and
instructions for programming the GRAFIK
Eye® QS with EcoSystem® control unit to
properly recognize them.
Notice: Risk of damage to unit. GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® control units must
be installed by a qualified electrician in accordance with all applicable regulations and
building codes. Improper wiring can result in damage to control units or other equipment.
Note: To avoid overheating and possible damage to equipment, do not install control
units to dim receptacles, motor-operated appliances, or fluorescent lighting not
equipped with LutronR Hi-lume®, Eco-10®, Tu-Wire®, EcoSystem® electronic dimming
ballasts, or other EcoSystem® devices approved for your location. In dimmed magnetic
low-voltage circuits, you can prevent transformer overheating and failure by avoiding
excessively high current flow. Do not operate control units with any lamps removed
or burned out; replace any burned out lamps immediately; use only transformers that
incorporate thermal protection or fused primary windings. Control units are designed
for residential and commercial use, for indoor use only.
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit Installation and Operation Guide 6
Wiring the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit (continued)
EcoSystem® Bus Wiring Details
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
EcoSystem® bus wiring may be
considered NEC® Class 1 or IEC PELV/
NEC® Class 2.
NEC® Class 1: EcoSystem® bus wiring
may be run in the same conduit as mains
voltage wiring to fixtures.
IEC PELV/NEC® Class 2: EcoSystem®
bus wiring must be separated from all
mains and NEC® Class 1 wiring.
Consult applicable national and local
codes for compliance.
Lutron recommends using two different
colors for E1 and E2 (EcoSystem® bus)
wires. This will prevent wiring mistakes
in junction boxes where several different
EcoSystem® bus wires combine. Use
the following instructions for wiring the
EcoSystem® bus.
Each EcoSystem® link can have only
1 GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®
control unit connected to it. No additional
EcoSystem® bus supplies can be on the
link.
Up to 64 EcoSystem® devices can be
connected to the EcoSystem® link.
No other devices may be connected to
the EcoSystem® link.
WARNING! Shock hazard. May
result in serious injury or death.
Do not wire live. Interrupt power
via circuit breaker before wiring
and servicing the EcoSystem®
bus supply.
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Step 1: Use the wire size chart at right to
determine which wire size to use based
on the length of the EcoSystem® bus.
Step 2: Wire the EcoSystem® bus
from terminal E1 and terminal E2 to all
EcoSystem® devices.
Wiring Size and Bus Length
EcoSystem® bus wires E1 and E2 are not
polarity sensitive. EcoSystem® bus length
is limited by the wire gauge used for E1
and E2 as follows:
Wire Gauge
Step 3: If wiring the EcoSystem® bus as
IEC PELV/NEC® Class 2, maintain proper
separation from mains and NEC® Class 1
wiring.
Maximum EcoSystem®
Bus Length
12 AWG
(4.0 mm2)
2200 ft (671 m)
Step 4: Turn on circuit breaker to
energize.
14 AWG
(2.5 mm2)
1400 ft (427 m)
16 AWG
(1.5 mm2)
900 ft (275 m)
18 AWG
(1.0 mm2)
570 ft (175 m)
EcoSystem® Bus
18 V-
250 mA
Note: Some EcoSystem® devices
(ballasts, drivers, and interfaces)
accept connections to daylight
sensors and occupancy sensors.
For instructions on installing and
operating these devices, refer to
their individual instruction sheets.
EcoSystem® bus wiring cables (16 AWG/
1.5 mm2) are available from Lutron, part
numbers C-CBL-216-GR-1 (non-plenum)
and C-PCBL-216-CL-1 (plenum).
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 7
Wiring the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit (continued)
Overview of IEC PELV/NEC® Class 2 Wiring
1 2
IR Wiring
18 AWG (1.0 mm2)
each terminal
From external
IR connection
(by others)
1: IR DATA
2: IR COM
Contact Closure Input Wiring
24 V- 50 mA
For settings, see CCI Mode Setup.
A B C
A: CCI SIG
B: 24 VC: CCI COM
QS Link Control Wiring
24 V- 100 mA
Example:
Occupancy sensor
(maximum 1)
18 AWG (1.0 mm2)
each terminal
A: CCI SIG
B: 24 VC: CCI COM
LUT-ELI-3PH
Example:
Emergency lighting interface (maximum 1)
To control stations,
shades, or other
GRAFIK Eye® QS
control units
1 2 3 4
A B C
Signal
+V Input
Circuit Common
Common and power (terminals 1 and 2):
Two 18 AWG (1.0 mm2) each terminal (for link <500 ft/153 m)
Two 12 AWG (4.0 mm2) each terminal (for link 500-2000 ft/153-610 m)
Data (terminals 3 and 4):
Twisted, shielded pair 22 AWG (0.5 mm2)
each terminal
1:
2:
3:
4:
COM
24 V-*
MUX
MUX
*Do not connect terminal 2
between any GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit and any other power
supply, including another GRAFIK
Eye® QS control unit.
Refer to the QS Link Power Draw
Units specification submittal
(LutronR P/N 369405) for more
information concerning PDUs.
Note: Use appropriate wire connecting devices
as specified by local codes.
Note: The GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit must
be powered by a Normal/Emergency
distribution panel for proper ELI
operation. Refer to the LUT-ELI-3PH
Installation Guide for the complete
wiring diagram.
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 8
Wiring the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit (continued)
QS Link Control Wiring Details
T-Tap Wiring Example
• System communication uses IEC PELV/NEC®
Class 2 wiring.
• Follow all local and national electrical codes when
installing IEC PELV/NEC® Class 2 wiring with line
voltage/mains wiring.
• Each terminal accepts up to two 18 AWG (1.0 mm2)
wires.
• Total length of control link must not exceed
2000 ft (610 m).
• Make all connections in the control unit’s wallbox.
• Wiring can be T-tapped or daisy-chained.
• IEC PELV/NEC® Class 2 24 V- 150 mA.
System Limits
The QS wired communication link is limited to
100 devices or 100 zones.
The GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit supplies
3 Power Draw Units (PDUs) on the QS link. Refer
to the QS Link Power Draw Units specification
submittal (LutronR P/N 369405) for more information
concerning Power Draw Units.
To EcoSystem® link 1
GRAFIK Eye® QS
with EcoSystem®
control unit
seeTouch® QS
wallstation
LUTRON
QS smart
power
panel
To EcoSystem®
link 2
LUTRON
LUTRON
Sivoia® QS
shade/drape
LUTRON
LUTRON
Daisy-Chain Wiring Example
To EcoSystem® link 2
To EcoSystem® link 1
GRAFIK Eye® QS
with EcoSystem®
control unit
GRAFIK Eye® QS
with EcoSystem®
control unit
Sivoia®
QS
shade/
drape
LUTRON
LUTRON
seeTouch® QS
wallstations
LUTRON
LUTRON
LUTRON
LUTRON
LUTRON
QS smart
power panel
Wire Sizes (check compatibility in your area)
QS Link Wiring Length
Wire Gauge
LutronR Cable Part Number
Less than 500 ft (153 m)
Power (terminals 1 and 2); 1 pair 18 AWG (1.0 mm2)
GRX-CBL-346S (non-plenum)
GRX-PCBL-346S (plenum)
Data (terminals 3 and 4); 1 twisted, shielded pair 22 AWG (0.5 mm2)
Power (terminals 1 and 2); 1 pair 12 AWG (4.0 mm2)
Up to 2000 ft (610 m)
Data (terminals 3 and 4); 1 twisted, shielded pair 22 AWG (0.5 mm2)
GRX-CBL-46L (non-plenum)
GRX-PCBL-46L (plenum)
Notes:
• For more information regarding LutronR cable specifications, please see LutronR P/N 369596 and P/N 369597 at www.lutron.com
• For wire runs over 2000 ft (610 m), please contact LutronR Technical Support
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 9
Wiring the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit (continued)
Powering More Than 3 Wallstations Example
The GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® control unit can power up to 3 seeTouch® wallstations. An external 24 V- power supply is
required to power more than 3 wallstations.
• The communication signals on the QS
• The +24 VDC wire from the power supply • The Common wire from the power
supply connects to QS link terminal 1
link (terminals 3 and 4) connect from
connects to QS link terminal 2 on all of
on all of the wallstations it is powering
the wallstations to the GRAFIK Eye® QS
the wallstations it is powering. This wire
and terminal 1 on the GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit on twisted, shielded cable
does not connect to terminal 2 on the
control unit.
just as when an additional power supply
GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.
is not being used. Control unit shown in
rear view.
LutronR cable
GRX-CBL-346S-500 (non-plenum) or
GRX-PCBL-346S-500 (plenum)
1 twisted pair
22 AWG
(0.5 mm2)
seeTouch® QS wallstations
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
1 2
A B C
1 2 3 4
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®
control unit (rear view)
(1) 18 AWG
(1.0 mm2)
Common
QSPS-P1-1-50
(powers up to 8 seeTouch® QS
wallstations)
To power source
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit Installation and Operation Guide 10
Completing Installation of the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit
7.9 in
(200 mm)
1. Mount the control unit in the wallbox as
shown using the four screws provided.
Note: Follow all local and national
electrical codes when installing
IEC PELV/NEC® Class 2 wiring
with line voltage/mains wiring.
2. Verify installation:
• Restore power.
• Press the top scene button. The LED
will light.
• Press the zone raise and lower buttons.
Make sure the control unit is dimming all
connected loads.
3. Apply the protective overlay to the
control unit.
3.5 in
(87 mm)
3.75 in
(95 mm)
Wall
Note: When tightening mounting
screws, make sure that the
hinged cover and faceplate
will open fully, as shown.
Protective overlay
(apply after installation)
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 11
General Functionality
The info screen turns off 30 seconds after the last button press or
completion of the last scene change. See example screens below.
OK
9-16
1-8
16
The Master buttons activate the info screen. These buttons
temporarily raise or lower all dimmable lights (except those
programmed as unaffected in the current scene). Adjustments
are temporary and do not affect scene programming.
Note: Master buttons affect all zones.
Scene 1
The “OK” button activates the info screen (when off), which then
shows the current scene and its fade time. In “Save Always”
mode, it allows fade time adjustment. In “Save by OK” mode,
pressing a second time allows zone adjustment; pressing a
third time allows fade adjustment.
Scene 1
The Timeclock button activates the info screen and displays the
current time and the next event scheduled to occur. Pressing
a second time displays the time, date, and afterhours status.
Pressing a third time displays location and sunrise/sunset times.
Pressing a fourth time displays the language selection screen.
Pressing once more returns to the first screen.
11:23 AM Fri
Master raise
Master lower
Master buttons
9-16
1-8
Page
button
OK
“OK” button
Timeclock
(back) button
Adjust fade
3
seconds
Next: 5:00 PM
Scene 1
The Page button is on 16-zone units only. Pressing the Page button will toggle the unit
between page 1 (zones 1 through 8) and page 2 (zones 9 through 16). Two LEDs above
each zone LED bar indicate the unit’s current page. Upon switching pages, the LED bars
for all 8 zones of that page will show their level for the current scene.
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 12
Pre-Programmed Button Functionality
The GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® control unit controls most lighting loads without
special programming. Each unit ships with pre-programmed default settings for the
scene and shade buttons. For load types other than those shown below (dimmable
or non-dim), assign the load type before proceeding. See the scene setup section for
instructions on changing scene settings.
Scene Button Pre-Programming
for Dimmable Loads
Scene 1: All zones to 100%
Scene 2: All zones to 75%
Scene 3: All zones to 50%
Scene 4: All zones to 25%
All zones Off
Shade Button Pre-Programming
for Sivoia® QS shades
All shades fully open
All shades to 50%
All shades fully closed
Lower/Raise all shades
(Applies only to units with shade keypads)
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 13
Zone Button Operation
Each zone column (LEDs and buttons)
represents one zone of lights. On 16-zone
units, the page button toggles between
zones 1 through 8 and zones 9 through
16. Page LEDs above each column will
indicate which zone is currently active on
the control unit. Pressing any button on
a column turns on the info screen and
displays the zone’s current light level and
current energy savings.
Zone LEDs
LEDs indicate
light level
(see below)
1 9
2 10
2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
3 11
Zone Raise
Zone Lower
Pressing the raise and lower buttons on a
zone causes different actions depending
on zone type (see below).
•
•
•
•
•
Dimmable zones:
Press and hold to raise/lower all lights in a
zone; release to stop
Press raise or lower to stop a zone that is
fading
Raising lights from off to full on or lowering
from full on to off takes 5 seconds
Press raise and lower simultaneously to
toggle between full on and off
Press and hold lower for 6 seconds after
the zone has gone to 0% light level to
set the zone as unaffected in the current
scene. The zone will not change when this
scene is initiated, and the Master buttons
will not raise/lower the zone in this scene.
Non-dim zones:
• Press raise to turn zone on
• Press lower to turn zone off
Zone LED Displays for % of Lighting Levels
Light Level
(%)
Off
1–17
18-33
34-49
50-66
67-82
83-99
On/
100
UA
Dimmable
Load Types
Non-Dim
Load Types
Legend:
UA = Unaffected (lights are not affected by
scene button or Master buttons)
LED on
LED off
Note: To set zone types, see the zone
setup section.
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 14
Programming Mode
Entering and Exiting Programming Mode
Entering programming mode:
Main menu
Press and hold the top and bottom scene
Timeclock
buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds. The
Scene setup
LEDs in the scene buttons will scroll from
top to bottom, confirming that you are in
programming mode, and the info screen
will display the main menu.
Exiting programming mode:
Scene 1
Press and hold the top and bottom scene
Fade time
buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds. The
3 seconds
info screen will go to Scene 1.
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Master buttons
9-16
1-8
OK
“OK” button
Timeclock (back) button
Press and hold the top and
bottom buttons for 3 seconds
to enter or exit programming
mode
Navigating Menus in Programming Mode
Master Buttons
The Master buttons allow you to move through the menu
choices. The current choice is highlighted on the info screen.
OK Button
The “OK” button chooses the current highlighted menu choice.
This will either take you to the next menu or accept a setting you
have selected. When the screen displays a Yes/No question, the
“OK” button is “Yes”.
Timeclock Button
The Timeclock button functions as a “back” button during
programming mode. Pressing the Timeclock button takes
you back one step in the current menu. Pressing it repeatedly
will eventually return you to the main menu, but will not exit
programming mode. When the screen displays a Yes/No
question, the Timeclock button is “No”.
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 15
Wireless Mode
Many models of the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit support wireless communication with
other Lutron® products. This feature allows for easy integration of wireless sensors,
keypads, remotes, and shades for single-room wireless applications
Units supporting wireless communication are labeled “GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless” on
the front label of the unit.
The wireless feature of the GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless control unit has three (3) modes
of operation.
• Ignore Programming (default): The GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless control unit will only
respond to normal operation commands from wireless devices associated while in
Enabled mode.
• Disabled: Use for wired-only systems.
• Enabled (30 minutes): The GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless control unit will respond to any
programming commands from nearby LutronR QS wireless (and compatible) products.
The GRAFIK Eye® will automatically revert to “Ignore Programming” mode if there is no
activity for 30 minutes.
Changing the wireless mode of the GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless control unit:
1. Enter programming mode.
Main menu
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Wireless Mode” and press
Shade labels
the “OK” button to accept.
Wireless Mode
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight the desired wireless mode,
and press the “OK” button to accept.
4. The info screen will display a confirming “Saved” message.
Wireless Mode
5. Exit programming mode.
Enabled (30 minutes)
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9-16
1-8
•
•
•
•
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OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
Note: The wireless signal has a range of 30 ft (9 m) through
standard construction or 60 ft (18 m) line of sight.
SavedSaved
Master
buttons
FCC Information
Changes or modifications not expressly approved
by Lutron Electronics Co. could void the user’s
authority to operate this equipment.
Note: 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. Operation is subject to the following: (1)
This device may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential and commercial 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 or television
reception. 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 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.
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit Installation and Operation Guide 16
Zone Setup
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Assigning Load Types
1. Enter programming mode.
Main menu
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight
CCI Setup
“Zone setup” and press the
Zone setup
“OK” button to accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight
“Load type”. Press the “OK” button
to accept. See “Setting Load Types”
Zone Setup
table on the next page.
Load Type
4. Use the zone raise/lower buttons
Non-Dim Load Type
to choose the load type for that
zone. See the list on the next page
for supported load types. Press the
“OK” button to accept.
Load Type
5.
The info screen will confirm that
Set zones
your load type has been saved.
6. Exit programming mode.
Saved
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Master
buttons
9-16
1-8
1 9
OK
2 10
3 11
“OK” button
4 12
5 13
6 1
Use the
zone
raise/lower
buttons to
choose the
load type for
that zone.
Assigning Non-Dim Load Types
Zones assigned to non-dim loads have five available configurations:
• LOFO: Last On, First Off
Main menu
• FOFO: First On, First Off
CCI Setup
• FOLO: First On, Last Off
Zone setup
• LOLO: Last On, Last Off
• 60/40: On at 60%, off at 40%
Scenes made up of both dim and non-dim
Zone Setup
load types will toggle the non-dim loads
before the dim loads in a “First” on/off
Load Type
configuration, and after the dim loads in a
Non-Dim Load Type
“Last” on/off configuration.
1. Enter programming mode.
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Zone
Load Type
setup” and press the “OK” button to accept.
Set zones
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Non-Dim
Load type”. Press the “OK” button to accept.
See “Setting Load Types” table on the next
page.
4. Use the zone raise/lower buttons to choose
the non-dim load type for that zone. (Zones
not programmed as non-dim will be displayed
Saved
as Unaffected.) Press the “OK” button to accept.
5. The info screen will confirm that your load
type has been saved.
6. Exit programming mode.
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Zone Setup (continued)
Setting Load Types
Direct control via
GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit
To
EcoSystem®
link
Control via
power module or
interface
Power
module or
interface
LUTRON
LUTRON
Zones
4 – 16
Zones
1–3
Fixture load type
Choose this load type from the menu
on the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit:
Incandescent
Incandescent
Power module
MLV (magnetic low-voltage)
MLV
Power module
ELV (electronic low-voltage)
—
Power module
Hi-Lume®/Eco-10®
—
Fluorescent module
0-10 V
—
Fluorescent module
Non-dim lighting loads
Non-dim
Non-dim
Neon/Cold cathode
Neon, CC
Neon, CC
Tu-Wire®
Tu-Wire
Tu-Wire
Advance Mark X®
Tu-Wire
Tu-Wire
EcoSystem®
Digital load
—
DMX
—
DMX
RGB/CMY DMX
—
RGB/CMY DMX
EcoSystem® switching
(e.g., XPJ)
Non-dim digital
—
Cree LR4/LR6 LED
Cree LR4/LR6 LED
Fluorescent module
LED
Incandescent*
Power module
EcoSystem®
Digital load
—
DMX
—
DMX
RGB/CMY DMX
—
RGB/CMY DMX
EcoSystem® switching (e.g., XPJ)
Non-dim digital
—
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
(such as the PHPM-PA-DV-WH)
must be used with the control
unit.
• For all DMX or RGB/CMY DMX
lighting, an external DMX interface
(such as the QSE-CI-DMX) must
be used with the control unit.
• Maximum total lighting load for
Lutron® Tu-Wire® and Advance
Mark X® electronic dimming
ballasts (120 to 127 V~ only)
must not exceed 6 A per zone or
16 A per unit.
For non-EcoSystem® loads:
• Not all zones must be connected;
however, connected zones must
have a minimum load:
120 - 127 V~: 25 W
220 - 240 V~: 40 W
• Maximum zone loads:
120 - 127 V~: 800 W
220 - 240 V~: 1200 W
• Maximum total lighting load for
magnetic low-voltage (MLV) varies
by input voltage:
120 - 127 V~: 800 VA / 600 W
220 - 240 V~: 1200 VA / 960 W
* Use incandescent load type unless otherwise specified in the LED product selection tool available at www.lutron.com/ledtool.
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit Installation and Operation Guide 18
Zone Setup (continued)
Setting High End or Low End Trim
• If you are unsure about appropriate high and low end settings,
please contact LutronR Technical Support for assistance.
• High and low end trim settings limit the maximum and minimum
output of a dimming zone. Trim levels are set automatically when
the load type is programmed.
1. Enter programming mode.
Main menu
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight
CCI Setup
“Zone setup” and press the “OK” button
Zone setup
to accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight
“High end” or “Low end” (this example
shows low end). Press the “OK” button to
Zone setup
accept.
High end
4. Use the zone raise/lower buttons to
Low end
set the high end or low end trim for
that zone. The info screen will display
each zone number and percentage as
you adjust it. Press the “OK” button to
Low end
accept.
Set zones
5. The info screen will confirm that your
setting has been saved.
6. Exit programming mode.
Zone 2
10%
Saved
16
Master
buttons
9-16
1-8
1 9
OK
2 10
3 11
“OK”
button
4 12
5 13
6 1
Use the
zone
raise/lower
buttons to
set the high
end or low
end trim for
that zone.
Setting Minimum Level (optional)
Some local regulations specify a minimum lighting level for
dimming zones in occupied buildings. If this pertains to you,
follow these steps to set up your minimum lighting level.
1. Enter programming mode and select
Zone setup
“Zone setup,” then “Min level”. Press
Low end
the “OK” button to accept.
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Off”
Min level
if you want your lights to go all the way
off at their minimum light level, or “10%”
if you want that to be the minimum light
Min level
level. Press the “OK” button to accept.
Note: Non-dim loads will turn off
Off
regardless of the minimum level setting.
3. The info screen will confirm that your
minimum level has been saved.
4. Exit programming mode.
Saved
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Zone Setup (continued)
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Labeling a Zone (optional)
1. Enter programming mode.
Main menu
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Zone setup” and press
CCI Setup
the “OK” button to accept.
Zone setup
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Label” and press the
“OK” button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to change the zone number to your
Zone setup
desired zone. Custom zone labels will appear if previously set.
Press the “OK” button to accept.
Min level
5. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Custom” and press the
Label
“OK” button to accept. Or, highlight “Default” to return the
zone label to the default (e.g., Zone 1).
6. Use the Master buttons to scroll through the characters
Label zone
(lowercase and uppercase letters, plus numbers 0 through 9).
The character you are currently changing will be underlined
Zone 2
on the screen. Press OK to select the character you want,
then repeat for all available characters. Choose a space (no
character) and press OK for any remaining characters. Press
the “OK” button to accept.
Label zone 2
Note: Custom zone labels will always begin with the zone
number and a colon (e.g., 1: Uplights).
Custom
7. The info screen will confirm that your name has been saved.
8. Exit programming mode.
Note: On 16-zone units, use the page button to access all zones.
Label zone 2
9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Page button
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A
1: A
Saved
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Scene Setup
Setting Zone Levels, Fade Rates, and Shade Group Actions
1. Enter programming mode.
Main menu
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Scene setup” and press
Timeclock
the “OK” button to accept.
Scene setup
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Levels” to adjust lighting
and/or shade levels. Press the “OK” button to accept. Use the
Master buttons to highlight the scene number of your desired
Scene setup
scene. Press the “OK” button to accept.
Levels
4. Set each zone to the desired light level for this scene using
the zone raise/lower buttons. The info screen will display the
Labels
zone and percentage as you adjust it.
To set a zone as unaffected, lower the light levels all the way
Scene setup
to off, then hold the zone lower button for 3 seconds. The
screen will display “---” and the three middle LEDs for the
zone will be lit to indicate this zone is unaffected by the scene
Scene 1
(the zone will not change when this scene is initiated).
When all zones are at the desired level, press the “OK” button
to accept.
Scene 1
5. Use the Master buttons to set the fade time for this scene.
Set zones
Press the “OK” button to accept.
6.
Note: This step is applicable only if you have shades on your
3 seconds
system. If you do not have or do not wish to set shade groups
for this scene, press the “OK” button to skip this step.
Scene 1
Set each shade group to the desired level for this scene.
Adjust fade
3 seconds
Scene 1
Set shade
Groups
When all shade groups are at the desired level, press the
“OK” button to accept.
For shade programming, see the section on adjusting shade
settings.
7. The info screen will confirm that your scene has been saved.
8. Exit programming mode.
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Master
buttons
9-16
1-8
OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
1 9
2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
Shade
button group
2 10
3 11
Zone raise
Zone lower
Saved
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit Installation and Operation Guide 21
Scene Setup (continued)
Labeling a Scene (optional)
1. Enter programming mode.
Main menu
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight
Timeclock
“Scene setup” and press the
Scene setup
“OK” button to accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight
“Labels” and press the “OK” button
Scene setup
to accept.
4.
Use the Master buttons to highlight
Levels
your desired scene. Press the
Labels
Labels
“OK” button to accept.
5. Use the Master buttons to
highlight “Custom” and press the
Select scene:
“OK” button to accept.
Scene 1
6. Use the Master buttons to scroll
through the characters (lowercase
and uppercase letters, plus numbers
0 through 9). The character you are
Label scene 1
currently changing will be underlined
on the screen. Press OK to select
Custom
the character you want, then repeat
for all available characters. Choose
a space (no character) and press OK
for any remaining characters. Press
Label scene 1
the “OK” button to accept.
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7. The info screen will confirm that
A
1: A
your name has been saved.
8. Exit programming mode.
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9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Enabling/Disabling Daylighting in a Scene
1. Enter programming mode.
Scene setup
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Scene
Labels
setup” and press the “OK” button to accept.
Labels
Daylighting
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Daylighting”
and press the “OK” button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to highlight your desired
Daylighting
scene. Press the “OK” button to accept.
5. Use the Master buttons to select “Enable” or
Scene 1
“Disable”. When daylighting is disabled in a
scene, the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit will
not respond to daylight sensors information
Scene 1
when that scene is active.
Press OK to save.
Daylighting
6. Exit programming mode.
Enable
Saved
Saved
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 22
Setting Save Mode
The “Save Mode” of the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit can be adjusted to turn quick
scene programming on and off, or to disable the use of zone and/or scene buttons
for specific applications.
Main menu
Scene setup
Save mode
Save mode
Save always
Saved
Save Mode Settings
Save by OK (default): Quick scene programming mode; zone
adjustments are temporary until the “OK” button is pressed to
confirm the selection.
Save always: Automatically save changes made to lighting
levels or fade time to Off (Master button changes are
temporary).
Save never: Do not save any temporary changes to lighting
levels or fade time.
Four scenes (typically used for rented spaces): Zone raise/
lower buttons are disabled. Master raise/lower buttons,
wallstations, and IR receiver are still enabled for adjustment
of light level, but these changes are not saved.
Button disable (typically used in a public space): Only the
Timeclock button, IR receiver, and wallstations can be used
to make temporary changes.
Changing the Save Mode
1. Enter programming mode.
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Save mode” and press
the “OK” button to accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight the desired save mode.
The save modes are listed and explained below.
4. Press the “OK” button to accept. The info screen will confirm
that your save mode has been saved.
5. Exit programming mode.
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9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Zone raise/lower buttons
Quick Scene Programming:
“Save by OK” Mode
By default, the GRAFIK Eye® QS control
unit is in “Save by OK” mode, which
allows you to quickly set scenes without
entering program mode.
1. Press the button for the scene you want
to set; its LED will light and the lights will
go to the current settings.
2. Use the zone raise/lower buttons to set
all lights to the desired levels. Press the
“OK” button to select.
3. Set the fade time to the desired length
using the Master buttons, and press the
“OK” button to save.
4. The info screen will confirm that the new
scene settings have been saved.
Notes
• Using the Master buttons to raise or
lower lighting settings is still temporary.
• To set a zone to unaffected (---), press
and hold the zone lower button for
6 seconds after the zone has gone to 0%
light level.
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EcoSystem® Setup
After EcoSystem® devices are wired and powered, they must be addressed before
the system can control them. The “Build System” command automates this process.
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Note: All existing EcoSystem® programming will be deleted when the “Build System”
command is run, including EcoSystem® sensor programming on the GRAFIK
Eye® QS control unit.
Building the System
1. Enter programming mode.
Main menu
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “EcoSystem” and press the
Zone setup
“OK” button to accept.
EcoSystem
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Build system” and press
the “OK” button to accept.
4. Press the “OK” button to erase all current programming, reset
EcoSystem
and address EcoSystem® devices, and find sensors on the
system.
Build system
5. Exit programming mode.
Assign zones
Build system
Erase digital load
Programming?
Master
buttons
9-16
1-8
OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
1 9
2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
6 1
Use Zone 4
raise/lower
buttons to
verify all
EcoSystem®
devices
have been
addressed.
Note: After running “Build System”, Zone 4 will control all
EcoSystem® devices for diagnostics and verification
of wiring. (This feature is disabled once any of the
addressed devices are assigned to a zone on the
GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.) Use the Zone 4 raise/
lower buttons to verify that all devices are correctly
addressed. If a device does not respond, repeat the
“Build System” command and/or check the wiring.
Searching...
x
Found
x Loads
Found
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EcoSystem® Setup (continued)
Assigning/Unassigning an EcoSystem® Device to a Zone
EcoSystem® devices must be addressed on the system (see previous page) before
assigning or unassigning to a zone.
Main menu
Zone setup
Zone setup
EcoSystem
EcoSystem
Assign zones
Address All
Assign zones
Ballast 2 / 23
*Unassigned*
Assign zones
1. Enter programming mode.
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “EcoSystem” and press
the “OK” button to accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Assign zones” and press
the “OK” button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to scroll through the EcoSystem®
devices on the link. The selected device will flash, and the
info screen will display the device number and the number
of devices on the link. If the device is currently assigned to a
zone, the zone number will display at the bottom of the screen
and the LEDs for the zone will go on; otherwise, the info
screen will display “*Unassigned*”.
• Press the zone raise button to assign the device to
that zone.
• Press the zone lower button to unassign the device to
that zone.
5. Press the Timeclock (back) button to return to the EcoSystem®
menu. EcoSystem® devices will return to normal levels.
6. Exit programming mode.
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Master
buttons
9-16
1-8
OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
1 9
2 10
3 11
Zone LEDs
4 12
5 13
6 1
Use the
zone raise
or lower
button to
assign or
unassign an
EcoSystem®
device to
that zone.
Ballast 2 / 23
Zone 3
Notes
• Devices that were previously assigned to a zone will be
removed from the old zone and assigned to the new zone
(each device can be assigned to only 1 zone at a time).
• Devices can be assigned only to zones set to EcoSystem®
load type.
• Refer to the Zone Setup section for instructions on changing
load type.
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EcoSystem® Setup (continued)
Addressing EcoSystem® Devices
The “Address All” command can be used to add/replace EcoSystem® devices on
the system without running the “Build System” command (this avoids erasing all the
existing programming information).
The “Address All” command will treat replacement EcoSystem® devices as
completely new devices added to the system, increasing the total device count with
every new/replacement device.
Note: If the system already contains 64 EcoSystem® devices, go to “Reset Missing
Ballast Addresses” screen on next page.
1. Enter programming mode.
Main menu
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “EcoSystem” and press the
Zone setup
“OK” button to accept.
EcoSystem
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Address all” and press
the “OK” button to accept. All EcoSystem® devices in the
system will go to full On. As each EcoSystem® device is
EcoSystem
addressed, the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit will display
information about it, and the device will go to its low end.
Assign zones
This will take several minutes. The system will then return
Address all
to the main menu.
4. To program new/replacement devices, follow the instructions
to assign EcoSystem® devices to a zone.
Address all
5. Exit programming mode.
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9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Address all ?
Press OK
Searching...
x
Found
x Loads
Found
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EcoSystem® Setup (continued)
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Reset Missing Ballast Addresses (software revision 9.003 or higher)*
If the GRAFIK Eye® EcoSystem® contains 64 ballasts and there is a need to replace
some ballasts, this menu can be used to reset the addresses of the missing ballasts,
before the replacement ballasts can be added to the system.
Follow the steps below to reset the addresses for the missing ballasts:
1. Enter programming mode.
Main menu
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “EcoSystem” menu and
Zone setup
press OK button to accept.
EcoSystem
3. In the “EcoSystem” menu, use the master buttons to highlight
“Reset missing ballast(s)” and press OK to accept.
4. The GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit screen will prompt the user to
EcoSystem
confirm the start of the reset process. Press OK to accept. The
user will be prompted to ensure that all ballasts are powered
Reset missing ball...
up. Press OK to accept.
Diagnostics
5. The GRAFIK Eye® QS control start searching for missing
ballasts. Once the process is completed, the unit will display
the number of ballasts that were found missing. If this count is
accurate, press OK to continue. If not, press the back button to
Reset
start over after making sure that all ballasts are powered up.
missing
6. If the user pressed OK to continue, the GRAFIK Eye® QS control
ballast(s)?
unit will reset the addresses for the missing ballasts.
7. Once the process of resetting addresses is complete, the
screen will confirm the number of ballasts that have been reset.
Press OK to go back to the “EcoSystem” menu.
Ensure all
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Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
ballasts are
powered up
Searching
missing
ballast(s)
X missing.
Reset missing
ballast(s)?
Y
ballast(s)
Reset
Done
Re-setting
X ballast(s)
*This screen menu is only available in units with software revision 9.003 or higher. If you want to reset ballasts on a unit with an older version of software, please
contact Lutron Customer Support.
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EcoSystem® Setup (continued)
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Diagnostics (software revision 9.003 or higher)
The diagnostics menu in the EcoSystem® Setup can be
used to verify the EcoSystem® communication.
Follow the steps below for verification of EcoSystem®
communication:
1. Enter programming mode.
Main menu
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight
Zone Setup
the “EcoSystem” menu and press
EcoSystem
the “OK” button to accept.
3. In the “EcoSystem” menu, use
the Master buttons to highlight
EcoSystem
“Diagnostics” and press “OK” to
accept.
Reset missing ball...
4. In the “Diagnostics” menu, use
Labels
Diagnostics
the Master buttons to highlight
“Override” and press “OK” to
accept.
Diagnostics
5. Use the Master buttons to select
the options for “Full ON,” “Min
Override
Level,” or “OFF” and press OK to
send the ballasts on the link to the
Link Silence
selected levels for verifying the link
communication.
Override
6. Once the process of verifying
communication is complete, press
Full ON
the back button to go back to the
“EcoSystem” menu.
9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Link Silence (software revision 9.003 or higher)
Link silence is a feature for Lutron Field Service only. It allows the
user to disable the communication over the ballast link for smooth
firmware upgrades on ballasts. Follow the steps below to set the link
status to “silence”:
(Link mode is set to normal, by default, when the Grafik Eye® QS
control unit powers up.)
1. In the “EcoSystem” menu, use the Master
Diagnostics
buttons to highlight “Link Silence” and press
Override
OK to select it.
Labels
2.
Use the Master buttons to select between
Link Silence
“Normal” and “Silence” options, press OK to
confirm.
Link Silence
3. The info screen will confirm that the selected link
status is saved.
Silence
Ballast Link
Silence
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Contact Closure Input (CCI) Setup
(wired directly to the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit)
16
The integral contact closure input (CCI) on the back of the GRAFIK Eye® QS control
unit can be configured as:
9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
Occupancy (default): Allows a wired occupancy sensor to be included in the list of
available sensors when setting up occupancy actions.
Emergency: This setting allows the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit to work with a
LUT-ELI-3PH emergency lighting interface. When an emergency situation is detected,
all lights will go to full on, and will not change until the emergency signal is cleared.
Afterhours: Allows the CCI to start and end Afterhours.
Timeclock: Allows the CCI to enable and disable the timeclock.
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 occupancy sensors
within the sensor setup menu.
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
Changing the operation of the contact closure input:
Main menu
Save Mode
CCI Setup
CCI menu
1.
2.
3.
4.
Enter programming mode.
Use the Master buttons to highlight “CCI Setup” and press the “OK” button to accept.
Use the Master buttons to highlight “CCI Mode” and press the “OK” button to accept.
Use the Master buttons to highlight the mode you wish the CCI to control. Press the
“OK” button to accept.
5. The info screen will confirm that your setting has been saved.
6. Exit programming mode.
CCI Mode
CCI Type
CCI Mode
SavedSaved
Occupancy
(continued on the next page)
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Contact Closure Input (CCI) Setup (continued)
(wired directly to the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit)
16
The integral contact closure input (CCI) on the back of the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit
is compatible with either type of contact closure device:
Maintained (default): The GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit will act on both a contact
closure and a contact open/release event.
Example: “CCI Mode” set to “Afterhours.” Contact closure starts “Afterhours.”
Contact open/release ends “Afterhours.”
Momentary: The GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit will act on only contact closure events.
Example: “CCI Mode” set to “Afterhours.” Contact closure starts “Afterhours.”
Contact open/release has no effect. Second contact closure ends “Afterhours.”
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1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
Changing the type of contact closure input:
Main menu
Save Mode
CCI Setup
CCI menu
CCI Mode
CCI Type
CCI Type
1. Enter programming mode.
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “CCI Setup” and press the
“OK” button to accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “CCI Type” and press the
“OK” button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to highlight the type you wish the CCI
to control. Press the “OK” button to accept.
5. The info screen will confirm that your setting has been saved.
6. Exit programming mode.
Note: The “Emergency CCI Mode” is different from the other
CCI modes in that “Emergency Mode” will activate on
a contact open/release and will deactivate on a contact
closure. The CCI must be set to “Maintained” (default) for
proper “Emergency Mode” operation.
Maintained
SavedSaved
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Occupancy Sensor Setup
Lutron® occupancy and vacancy sensors work with the GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless control unit to automatically adjust light levels
when occupancy or vacancy is detected.
Wired occupancy and vacancy sensors may be connected to the contact closure input on the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit, a QS
Sensor Module (QSM), a Contact Closure Interface in the GRAFIK Eye® QS system, or an EcoSystem® device addressed to the
GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.
CCI Connection
QS Link
Wired
Occupancy
Sensor
LUTRON
GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit
QS
Sensor Module
(QSM)
LUTRON
GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit
QS Link
EcoSystem® Bus
Wired
Occupancy
Sensor
LUTRON
GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit
Wired
Occupancy Sensor
EcoSystem®
device
LUTRON
GRAFIK Eye® QS with
EcoSystem® control
unit
QSE-IO
Wired
Occupancy Sensor
Wireless Radio Powr SavrTM occupancy and vacancy sensors can be associated with a GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless or QSM. Wireless
sensors must first be associated to one of these devices before they will be recognized by a GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless system.
QS Link
LUTRON
GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit
LUTRON
Wireless
Occupancy Sensor
Wireless
Occupancy Sensor
GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit
QS
Sensor Module (QSM)
Wireless
Wireless
Occupancy Sensor Occupancy Sensor
The following steps are required to program occupancy sensors with a GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.
1. Connect wired sensors, or associate wireless sensors.
2. Choose the mode of operation (scene control or zone control).
3. Select sensors.
4. Assign sensor actions.
5. Configure sensor settings (optional).
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Occupancy Sensor Setup (continued)
Associating wireless occupancy sensors and GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless control units
(for wireless enabled units only):
1. Make sure the wireless mode of the GRAFIK Eye® QS control
Main menu
unit is “Enabled”.
Zone Setup
2. Enter programming mode.
Sensor Setup
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Sensor Setup” and press
the “OK” button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Add wireless sensors” and
Sensor Setup
press the “OK” button to accept.
5.
Press and hold the “Lights Off” button ( on some sensors) on
Add wireless sensors
the occupancy sensor for 6 seconds. The lens will start flashing
Daylight
and the info screen on the GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless control unit
will display the sensor’s serial number.
6. Press the “OK” button on the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.
Add wireless sensors
A screen will confirm that the sensor has been assigned.
(To disassociate a wireless occupancy sensor from the GRAFIK
Initiate association
Eye® QS control unit, Refer to the Radio Powr SavrTM occupancy
of sensors
sensor install guide to return the sensor to its “out-of-box”
functionality. Doing so will remove its programming from the
GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.)
Occupancy
7. Repeat the above steps for all desired sensors.
8. Exit programming mode.
xxxx-xxxx
Press OK to Save
*Assigned*
Saved
Associating wireless occupancy sensors through
QS Sensor Modules (QSM):
1. Press and hold the “Program” button on the QSM for 3 seconds
to enter programming mode. There will be 1 audible beep
and the Status LED will begin flashing. The info screen on the
GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit will display that the QSM is in
programming mode.
2. Press and hold the “Lights Off” button ( on some sensors) on
the occupancy sensor for 6 seconds. There will be 3 audible
beeps from the QSM to verify association.
3. Press and hold the “Program” button on the QSM for 3 seconds
to exit programming mode.
Note: The wireless signal has a range of 30 ft (9 m) through
standard construction or 60 ft (18 m) line of sight.
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1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
Press and hold
“Lights Off” or
button to associate/
disassociate
Radio Powr SavrTM
Occupancy Sensors
“Program” button
QS Sensor Module (QSM)
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Occupancy Sensor Setup (continued)
When the GRAFIK Eye® QS system is first powered up, occupancy sensors connected
to the contact closure input (and the first three associated wireless Radio Powr SavrTM
occupancy sensors) will automatically operate in “Scene Mode.” Their defaults will
be “No Action” for the occupied state and “Scene Off” for the unoccupied state.
For additional sensors and/or alternate functionality, please complete all required
programming actions.
Selecting the Mode
Scene Mode (default) is useful when the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit is controlling
lights in a single room or area. Up to 16* sensors can be assigned to the GRAFIK
Eye® QS control unit to activate a scene when the space is occupied, and another
scene when unoccupied.
Zone Mode is useful when the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit is controlling lights in
multiple areas within a room. Up to four sensors can be assigned to each zone (a
sensor can be assigned to more than one zone) to send the zones to configurable
occupied and unoccupied levels.
Main menu
1. Enter programming mode.
EcoSystem
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Sensor Setup” and press
the “OK” button to accept.
Sensor Setup
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Occupancy” and press
the “OK” button to accept.
Sensor Setup
4. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Mode” and press the
“OK” button to accept.
Daylight
5. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Zone Mode” to assign
Occupancy
sensors to zones, or “Scene Mode” (default). Press the
“OK” button to accept. A screen will confirm your selected
mode has been saved and you will return to the Daylight Sensor
Occ Sensor
screen.
Note: Changing modes will remove all previous occupancy
Mode
assignments.
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1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
Actions
Occ Sensor
Scene Mode
Occ Sensor
OR
Zone Mode
SavedSaved
* Applicable only to units that ship with firmware version 9.003 and higher. Previous versions support up to 4 sensors.
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit Installation and Operation Guide 33
Occupancy Sensor Setup (continued)
Scene Mode
This step allows you to assign up to 16* occupancy sensors to the GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit.
Selecting Sensors
Occ Sensor
1. If not already done, associate occupancy sensors and set to
Setup
“Scene Mode”.
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Setup” and press
Labels
the “OK” button to accept. The info screen will display
“Searching” while the unit detects available occupancy
sensors.
3. Use the Master buttons to scroll through the list of available
Searching
Saved
occupancy sensors. When the desired sensor is displayed,
press the “OK” button to select it. Then choose “Assign” or
“Unassign” from the following menu and press OK. Once a
sensor has been assigned, it will appear with an asterisk (*)
in the sensor list. Repeat for additional sensors.
Sensor
x/y
Note: If wireless sensors are not found, verify that they are
xxxxxxxx
associated correctly.
yyyy-yyyy
RF
Assignment
Assign
Unassign
*Assigned*
Saved
Sensor
xxxxxxxx
yyyy-yyyy
RF
*x/y
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9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
Setting the Sensor Action
1. Press the Timeclock (back) button to return to the Occ Sensor
screen. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Actions” and
press the “OK” button. By default, the occupied scene is set
to “No Action” and the unoccupied scene is set to “Scene
Off”.
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight the scene you wish to
use for occupied status and press the “OK” button to accept.
Repeat for the scene you wish to use for unoccupied status.
Press the “OK” button to accept.
3. Exit programming mode.
Occ Sensor
Actions
3 seconds
Setup
Occupied Scene
Scene 1
Unoccupied Scene
Scene Off
SavedSaved
* Applicable only to units that ship with firmware version 9.003 and higher. Previous versions support up to 4 sensors.
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit Installation and Operation Guide 34
Occupancy Sensor Setup (continued)
Zone Mode
This step allows you to assign up to four occupancy sensors per zone to the GRAFIK
Eye® QS control unit. Sensors can be added to more than one zone.
Selecting Sensors
Occ Sensor
1. If not already done, associate sensors and set to “Zone Mode”.
Setup
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Setup” and press the
“OK” button to accept.
Labels
3. You can assign up to four sensors per zone, and a sensor can
be assigned to more than one zone. Use the Master buttons to
scroll through the sensors until the one you wish to assign or
unassign is highlighted, and press the “OK” button to select it.
4.
Use the zone raise and lower buttons for each desired zone
Searching
Saved
to assign or unassign the sensor to that zone. The zone raise
button assigns the displayed sensor, and the zone lower button
unassigns it. Press the Timeclock (back) button to return to the
list of available sensors. Once a sensor has been assigned,
Sensor
x/y
it will appear with an asterisk (*) in the sensor list. Repeat for
xxxxxxxx
additional sensors.
yyyy-yyyy
Note: If wireless sensors are not found, verify that they are
RF
associated correctly.
Sensor
Set Zones
Sensor
xxxxxxxx
yyyy-yyyy
RF
*x/y
16
Actions
3 seconds
Setup
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Occupied
Select Occupied
Level
OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
1 9
Setting the Sensor Action
1. Press the Timeclock (back) button to return to the Occ Sensor
screen. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Actions” and press
the “OK” button to accept.
2. Use the zone raise and lower buttons to adjust each zone to the
desired occupied level and press the “OK” button to save.
To set a zone as unaffected, lower the light levels all the way to
off, then hold the zone lower button for 3 seconds. The screen
will display “---” and the three middle LEDs for the zone will be
lit to indicate this zone is unaffected by the scene (the zone will
not change when this scene is initiated).
3. Use the zone raise and lower buttons to adjust each zone to the
desired unoccupied level, and press the “OK” button to save.
4. Exit programming mode.
Occ Sensor
Master
buttons
9-16
1-8
2 10
2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
3 11
Zone raise: Press to
assign the displayed
sensor
Zone lower: Press to
unassign the displayed
sensor
Unoccupied
Select Unoccupied
Level
SavedSaved
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Occupancy Sensor Setup (continued)
Labeling an Occupancy Sensor (optional)
1. Enter programming mode.
Main menu
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Sensor Setup” and press
Zone Setup
the “OK” button to accept.
Sensor Setup
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Occupancy” and press
the “OK” button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Labels” and press the
Sensor Setup
“OK” button to accept.
5.
Use the Master buttons to display an occupancy sensor to
Daylight
label and press OK to select.
Occupancy
6. Use the Master buttons to scroll through the characters
(lowercase and uppercase letters, plus numbers 0 through 9).
The character you are currently changing will be underlined
Occ Sensor
on the screen. Press OK to select the character you want,
then repeat for all available characters. Choose a space (no
Labels
character) and press OK for any remaining characters. The
Settings
info screen will confirm that your name has been saved.
Repeat for all desired sensors.
7. Exit programming mode.
Sensor
x/y
16
9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
xxxxxxxx
yyyy-yyyy
RF
Label sensor x/y
1 / 11
1: A
A
SavedSaved
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit Installation and Operation Guide 36
Occupancy Sensor Setup (continued)
Configuring Occupancy Sensor Settings (optional)
Occupancy Sensor Settings
Main menu
Note: These settings affect all sensors assigned to the
EcoSystem
GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.
Sensor Setup
Grace Period: If the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit is
transitioning to an unoccupied state, motion detected within
the grace period will return the lights to the previously
Sensor Setup
occupied level.
Range: 0 – 30* seconds (default 15 seconds).
Daylight
Vacancy Delay: An additional time delay after vacancy is
Occupancy
detected and before unoccupied action occurs. Use when
occupancy sensor does not provide sufficient delay.
Range: 0 – 30 minutes (default 0 minutes).
Occ Sensor
Auto Turnoff: If lights assigned to an occupancy sensor are
turned on manually without the sensor reporting occupancy,
Settings
the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit can be set to automatically
Diagnostics
turn off the lights after a set time delay. Disable this feature by
setting the time delay to 0 (disabled).
Range: Disabled or 1 – 30 minutes (default Disabled).
Settings
Zone Fade: When in Zone Mode, lights can be set to fade to
the unoccupied levels over this period of time.
Auto Turnoff
Range: 0 – 59 seconds; 1 – 10 minutes (default 10 seconds).
Zone Fade
Configuring the Sensor Settings:
1. Enter programming mode.
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Sensor Setup” and press
Auto Turnoff
the “OK” button to accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Occupancy” and press
5 minutes
the “OK” button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Settings” and press the
“OK” button to accept.
5. Use the Master buttons to highlight the setting you wish to
configure. Press the “OK” button to accept.
SavedSaved
6. Use the Master buttons to adjust the value of the selected
setting. Press the “OK” button to accept.
7. The info screen will confirm that your setting has been saved.
8. Exit programming mode.
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1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
* Applicable only to units that ship with firmware version 8.027 and higher. Previous versions support settings between 15–30 seconds.
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Daylight Sensor Setup
LutronR daylight sensors work with the GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless control unit to automatically adjust electric light levels when natural
light in the room changes.
Wired daylight sensors may be connected to a QS Sensor Module (QSM) in the QS system, or to an EcoSystem® device addressed to
the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.
QS Link
EcoSystem® Bus
LUTRON
LUTRON
QS
Sensor Module
(QSM)
LUTRON
GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit
Wired
Daylight
Sensor
EcoSystem® device
LUTRON
Wired
Daylight
Sensor
GRAFIK Eye® QS
with EcoSystem®
control unit
Wireless Radio Powr SavrTM daylight sensors can be associated with a GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit or QSM. Wireless sensors must
first be associated with one of these devices to be recognized by a GRAFIK Eye® QS wireless system.
QS Link
LUTRON
Wireless
Daylight Sensor
GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit
LUTRON
GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit
QS
Sensor Module
(QSM)
Wireless
Daylight Sensor
The following steps are required to program daylight sensors with a GRAFIK Eye® QS control
unit. Instructions for each step are on the pages that follow.
1. Connect wired sensors, or associate wireless sensors.
2. Assign the mode of operation: zone control or group control.
(If you assign group mode, set up the groups.)
3. Assign sensors to zones or groups.
4. Calibrate the system to achieve the desired response to natural light.
Note: The Daylighting feature is not supported for the DMX load type.
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Daylight Sensor Setup (continued)
Associating wireless daylight sensors and GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless control units
(for wireless enabled units only):
1. Make sure the wireless mode of the GRAFIK Eye® QS control
Main menu
unit is “Enabled”.
Zone Setup
2. Enter programming mode.
Sensor Setup
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Sensor Setup” and press
the “OK” button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Add wireless sensors” and
Sensor Setup
press the “OK” button to accept.
5.
Press and hold the “Link” button on the daylight sensor until the
Add wireless sensors
sensor starts flashing. The info screen on the GRAFIK Eye® QS
Daylight
control unit will display the sensor’s serial number.
6. Press the “OK” button on the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit. A
screen will confirm that the sensor has been assigned.
Add wireless sensors
(To disassociate a wireless daylight sensor from the GRAFIK
Eye® QS control unit, Refer to the Radio Powr SavrTM daylight
Initiate association
sensor install guide to return the sensor to its “out-of-box”
of sensors
functionality. Doing so will remove its programming from the
GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.)
7. Repeat the above steps for all desired sensors.
Daylight
8. Exit programming mode.
xxxx-xxxx
Press OK to Save
*Assigned*
Saved
Associating wireless daylight sensors through
QS Sensor Modules (QSM):
1. Press and hold the “Program” button on the QSM for 3 seconds
to enter programming mode. There will be 1 audible beep
and the Status LED will begin flashing. The info screen on the
GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit will display that the QSM is in
programming mode.
2. Press and hold the “Link” button on the daylight sensor for 6
seconds. There will be 3 audible beeps from the QSM to verify
association.
3. Press and hold the “Program” button on the QSM for 3 seconds
to exit programming mode.
Note: The wireless signal has a range of 30 ft (9 m) through
standard construction or 60 ft (18 m) line of sight.
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16
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1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
Radio Powr SavrTM
Daylight Sensor
“Link”
button
“Program” button
QS Sensor Module (QSM)
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit Installation and Operation Guide 39
Daylight Sensor Setup (continued)
Assigning the Mode
Zone Mode (default) is useful when the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit is controlling
lights in multiple rooms or areas. Zone mode allows each zone to adjust its light level
based on measured daylight levels. Each zone can be assigned to only one sensor (a
sensor can be assigned to more than one zone). Each zone can have a unique target
light level.
Group Mode is useful when groups or rows of lights for daylighting go across multiple
zones. A group can consist of any combination of EcoSystem® loads in the system.
For convenience, zones set to line-voltage load types (applies only to zones 1-3)
are included in the list of available groups. Each group can be assigned to only one
sensor (a sensor can be assigned to more than one group). Each group can have a
unique target light level.
1. Enter programming mode.
Main menu
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Sensor Setup” and press
Zone Setup
the “OK” button to accept.
Sensor Setup
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Daylight” and press the
“OK” button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Mode” and press the
Sensor Setup
“OK” button to accept.
5.
Use the Master buttons to highlight “Zone Mode” to assign
Daylight
sensors to zones, or “Group Mode” to assign sensors to a
Occupancy
group of EcoSystem® loads (or line-voltage zones). Press the
“OK” button to accept. A screen will confirm your selected
mode has been saved and you will return to the Daylight Sensor
Daylight Sensor
screen.
Note: Changing modes will remove all previous daylight
Mode
assignments.
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9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
Setup
Daylight Sensor
Daylight Sensor
OR
Zone
Group
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Daylight Sensor Setup (continued)
Zone Mode
This step allows you to assign sensors to zones on the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.
Each zone can be assigned to only one sensor, but sensors can be assigned to more
than one zone.
Daylight Sensor
Setup
Calibrate
Searching
Saved
Sensor
x/y
xxxx-xxxx:
RF
Sensor
Set Zones
Assigning Sensors
1. If not already done, associate daylight sensors and set to
“Zone Mode”.
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Setup” and press the
“OK” button to accept. Available sensors will be displayed.
3. Use the Master buttons to scroll through the sensors until the
one you wish to assign or unassign is highlighted, and press
the “OK” button to select it.
4. Use the zone raise and lower buttons for the desired zones to
assign or unassign the sensor to those zones. The zone raise
button assigns the displayed sensor, and the zone lower button
unassigns it. Press the Timeclock (back) button to return to the
list of available sensors. Repeat for additional sensors.
Calibrating the Sensors
1. Put any wireless Radio Powr SavrTM daylight sensors associated
with the desired zones into “Calibrate Mode”: Press and hold
the “Cal” button for 6 seconds until the sensor flashes.
Note: After 5 minutes, “Calibrate Mode” will timeout, and the
sensor will return to normal mode.
2. Press the Timeclock (back) button to return to the Daylight
Sensor screen. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Calibrate”
and press the “OK” button to accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to select the desired zone and press
the “OK” button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to select the desired light level for the
zone, and press the “OK” button to accept. Repeat for all zone
levels you wish to calibrate.
5. Exit programming mode.
Note: If wireless sensors are not found, verify that they are
associated correctly.
Sensor Name
Daylight Sensor
Adjust Light
More light
Setup
3 seconds
Calibrate
Zone 1
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Saved
Saved
16
Master
buttons
9-16
1-8
OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
1 9
2 10
2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
3 11
Zone raise: Press to
assign the displayed
sensor
Zone lower: Press to
unassign the desired
sensor
Radio Powr SavrTM
Daylight Sensor
“Cal”
button
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Daylight Sensor Setup (continued)
Group Mode
This step allows you to assign daylight sensors to a group of EcoSystem® loads
connected to the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® control unit. You may also
assign daylight sensors to line-voltage zones in this mode. Each group can be
assigned to only one sensor, but sensors can be assigned to more than one group.
Daylight Sensor
Daylight Groups
Setup
Configure Groups
Group 1
Group 1
Ballast 2/23
*Unassigned*
OR
Group 1
Ballast 2/23
Setting Up Groups
1. If not already done, associate daylight sensors and set to
“Group Mode”.
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Daylight Groups” and
press the “OK” button to accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to scroll through the list of available
daylight groups. Up to 16 groups of EcoSystem® loads can be
defined. Press the “OK” button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to scroll through the EcoSystem®
devices on the link. Press the “OK” button to add or remove
the selected device. The currently selected device will display
its current assignment status:
Unassigned if it is not assigned to any group
Assigned if it is assigned to the selected (displayed) group
Group if it is currently assigned to another group
5. Press the Timeclock (back) button to return to the list of
configurable groups, and repeat these steps to assign devices
to other groups.
Note: Each EcoSystem® device can be assigned to only one
group. Assigning a device already associated with
another group will replace its existing programming.
16
9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
*Assigned*
(continued on next page)
OR
Group 1
Ballast 2/23
*Group 2*
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Daylight Sensor Setup (continued)
Group Mode (continued)
Daylight Sensor
Setup
Calibrate
Searching
Saved
Sensor
xxxx-xxxx
RF
Sensor x
Group 1
*Unassigned*
Sensor x
Group 1
*Assigned*
x/y
16
Selecting Sensors
1. Press the Timeclock (back) button to return to the Daylight
Sensor menu.
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Setup” and press the
“OK” button to accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to scroll through the list of available
daylight sensors. When the desired sensor is displayed, press
the “OK” button to select it.
4. Use the Master buttons to scroll through the list of available
groups. When the desired group is displayed, press “OK”
to assign or unassign the sensor to that group. Press the
Timeclock (back) button to return to the list of available
sensors. Repeat for additional sensors.
9-16
1-8
Calibrate
Setup
3 seconds
Calibrate
®
“OK”
button
Radio Powr SavrTM
Daylight Sensor
“Cal”
button
Adjust Light
More light
Group 1
OK
Timeclock
(back) button
Calibrating the Sensors
1. Put any wireless Radio Powr SavrTM daylight sensors
associated with the desired zones into “Calibrate Mode”:
Press and hold the “Cal” button for 6 seconds until the
sensor flashes.
Note: After 5 minutes, “Calibrate Mode” will timeout, and the
sensor will return to normal mode.
2. Press the Timeclock (back) button to return to the Daylight
Sensor screen. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Calibrate”
and press the “OK” button to accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to select the desired group and press
the “OK” button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to select the desired light level for the
group, and press the “OK” button to accept. Repeat for all
group levels you wish to calibrate.
5. Exit programming mode.
Note: If wireless sensors are not found, verify that they are
associated correctly.
Daylight Sensor
Master
buttons
Saved
Saved
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Daylight Sensor Setup (continued)
Labeling a Daylight Sensor (optional)
1. Enter programming mode.
Main menu
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Sensor Setup” and press
Zone Setup
the “OK” button to accept.
Sensor Setup
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Daylight” and press the
“OK” button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Labels” and press the
Sensor Setup
“OK” button to accept.
Daylight
5. Use the Master buttons to display a daylight sensor to label
and press OK to select.
Occupancy
6. Use the Master buttons to scroll through the characters
(lowercase and uppercase letters, plus numbers 0 through 9).
The character you are currently changing will be underlined
Daylight Sensor
on the screen. Press OK to select the character you want,
then repeat for all available characters. Choose a space (no
Labels
character) and press OK for any remaining characters. The
Diagnostics
info screen will confirm that your name has been saved.
Repeat for all desired sensors.
7.
Exit
programming mode.
Sensor
x/y
16
9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
xxxx-xxxx
RF
Label sensor x/y
1 / 11
1: A
A
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Pico® Wireless Control Setup
LutronR Pico® wireless controls can be associated with a GRAFIK Eye® QS system to control the light level of a specific zone or to act
as a scene controller. Pico® wireless controls can be associated directly to GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless control units, or to a wired or
wireless GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit via a QS Sensor Module (QSM) wired on the QS link.
QS Link
LUTRON
GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit
QS Sensor Module
(QSM)
LUTRON
GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit
Pico® Wireless
Control
Pico® Wireless
Control
Available Pico®
Wireless Control
Models
2-button
(2B)
2-button
with
raise/lower
(2BRL)
3-button
(3B)
3-button
with
raise/lower
(3BRL)
4-button
scene control
(4B-Gxx-L31)
4-button
zone control
(4B-Gxx-L01)
Default Functionality of the Pico® wireless control
Zone Function1
Scene Function2
Top (On) Button
All assigned zones 100%
Scene 1
Center (Preset) Button
(3B and 3BRL) or
second button from top
(4B-Gxx-L31)
All assigned zones at programmed preset
level
(Press and hold to save current levels on
assigned zone as preset)
Scene 2
Raise/Lower Buttons
(if available)
Vary intensity of all assigned zones
Vary intensity of all zones affected by
current scene
Bottom (Off) Button
All assigned zones Off
Scene Off
1 In zone function, user can program preset levels for assigned zones on any Pico® wireless control button. Instructions for reprogramming zone levels are provided on the next page.
2 In scene function, the starting scene of the Pico® wireless control is selectable and zone levels in each scene can be adjusted by following the instructions in Scene Setup.
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Pico® Wireless Control Setup (continued)
Associating the Pico® wireless control with a GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless control unit:
(for wireless enabled GRAFIK Eye® QS control units only)
1. Make sure the wireless mode of the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit is
Pico
“Enabled”.
Change type?
2. On the Pico® wireless control, press and hold the top (on) and bottom
(off) buttons for 3 seconds. The info screen on the GRAFIK Eye® QS
Press OK
control unit will display the Pico® wireless control options. Press the
“OK” button on the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit to select the desired
operation type for the Pico® wireless control.
Change type?
3. To assign the Pico® wireless control as a zone controller, use the Master
Zone
buttons to select “Zone” and press the “OK” button to accept.
3a. Use the zone raise/lower buttons for a zone to select a desired preset
level, and then press the zone raise and lower buttons simultaneously
OR
for 1 second (until the zone LEDs flash at the programmed preset level).
Repeat for all zones you wish to control with the Pico® wireless control.
Change type?
3b. To program other Pico® wireless control buttons (not including
Scene
Raise/Lower), press the desired button and repeat step 3a.
OR
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Press and
hold the
top scene
button for
3 seconds
to assign
Pico® as
a scene
controller.
Zone LEDs
1 9
2 10
Zone Raise
4.
Button Setup
First Scene
1
Scenes 1–2, off
5.
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To assign the Pico® wireless control as a scene controller, use the Master
buttons to select “Scene” and press the “OK” button to accept. Use the
Master buttons to select the desired starting scene for the PICO and
press the “OK” button to accept. Press and hold the top scene button
on the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit for 3 seconds (until the scene LEDs
flash).
On the Pico® wireless control, press and hold the top and bottom buttons
for 3 seconds until the LEDs on the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit stop
flashing.
Zone Lower
Top/On
button
Note: The wireless signal has a range of 30 ft (9 m) through standard
construction or 60 ft (18 m) line of sight.
Bottom/Off
button
Pico®
Wireless
Control
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Pico® Wireless Control Setup (continued)
Associating the Pico® wireless control through a QS Sensor Module (QSM):
(for wired or wireless enabled GRAFIK Eye® QS control units)
1. Press and hold the “Program” button on the QSM for 3
QSM
seconds to enter programming mode. There will be 1 audible
Programming
beep and the Status LED will begin flashing. The info screen on
the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit will display that the QSM is in
programming mode.
2. Press and hold the bottom button on the Pico® wireless control
QSM
for 6 seconds. There will be 3 audible beeps from the QSM to
verify association.
Change type?
3. Press and hold the “Program” button on the QSM for 3
Press OK
seconds to exit programming mode.
4. On the Pico® wireless control, press and hold the top (on)
and bottom (off) buttons for 3 seconds, until the LEDs on the
Change type?
GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit begin to flash and the QSM
beeps
1 time. Press the “OK” button on the GRAFIK Eye® QS
Zone
control unit to select the desired operation mode for the Pico®
wireless control.
5.
To assign the Pico® wireless control as a zone controller, use
OR
the Master buttons to select “Zone” and press the “OK” button
Change type?
to accept.
5a. Use the zone raise/lower buttons for a zone to select a desired
Scene
preset level, and then press the zone raise and lower buttons
simultaneously for 1 second (until the zone LEDs flash at the
programmed preset level). Repeat for all zones you wish to
control with the Pico® wireless control.
Button Setup
5b. To program other Pico® wireless control buttons (not including
First Scene
1
Raise/Lower), press the desired button and repeat step 5a.
“Program” button
QS Sensor Module
(QSM)
Top/On
button
Bottom/Off
button
Pico®
Wireless
Control
OR
Scenes 1–2, off
6.
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7.
To assign the Pico® wireless control as a scene controller,
use the Master buttons to select “Scene” and press the “OK”
button to accept. Use the Master buttons to select the desired
starting scene for the PICO and press the “OK” button to
accept. Press and hold the top scene button on the GRAFIK
Eye® QS control unit for 3 seconds (until the scene LEDs flash).
On the Pico® wireless control, press and hold the top and
bottom buttons for 3 seconds until the LEDs on the GRAFIK
Eye® control unit stop flashing and the QSM beeps 1 time.
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IR Setup
An infrared (IR) remote can directly control the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit through
the infrared receiver on the front of the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.
IR
Remote
LUTRON
GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit
An externally powered IR repeater can also be connected to the IR terminals on
the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit to obtain IR remote control. This is useful for
integrating third party devices with the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit (e.g. home theater
applications.) For a complete list of the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit’s IR programming
commands, please see www.lutron.com/qs.
IR Terminal
Third
Party
Device
IR
Remote
LUTRON
GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit
An IR remote can also indirectly control the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit through the
QS IR Eye or a Lutron® IR receiver wired to a QS Sensor Module (QSM) to control
the light level of a specific zone or to act as a scene controller. The QS IR Eye and IR
receivers wired to the QSM must first be associated with the GRAFIK Eye® QS control
unit before they will be recognized by a GRAFIK Eye® QS system.
QS Link
QS Link
IR
Remote
QS
IR Eye
LUTRON
GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit
®
IR
Remote
LUTRON
GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit
QS Sensor Module
(QSM)
Wired IR
Receiver
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IR Setup (continued)
Enabling/disabling the IR receiver on the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit:
Note: These steps will also enable or disable the IR terminals on the
Main menu
GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.
Wireless Mode
1. Enter programming mode.
IR Setup
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “IR Setup” and press the “OK” button
to accept
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Integral IR” and press the “OK” button
IR menu
to accept.
4.
Use the Master buttons to highlight either “Enabled” or “Disabled” and
Integral
IR
Timeclock
press the “OK” button to accept. The info screen will confirm that your
Programming
settings have been saved.
5. Exit programming mode.
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Integral IR
Enabled
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IR Setup (continued)
The QS IR Eye offers advanced programmable scene control depending on the IR remote being used.
Use the chart below to select the appropriate control mode on the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit:
IR Remote
GRX-IT
GRX-8IT
MIR-ITFS
C-FLRC
Third Party IR Remote
Control Mode
4 Buttons & Off or 5 Buttons
8 Buttons & Off
Favorite or Zone control
Favorite or Zone control
Default
Associating the QS IR Eye with a GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit:
Note: For use with LutronR remote models GRX-IT and GRX-8IT, or with
IR Eye
third-party IR remotes.
Change type?
1. Point the IR remote at the QS IR Eye. To enter programming mode, press and
hold the top and bottom buttons on the remote for 3 seconds until the LED on
Press OK
the QS IR Eye begins to flash slowly.
2. Press and hold the top scene button on the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit for
3 seconds. The scene LEDs will flash to confirm that the QS IR Eye has been
Change type?
associated. Press the “OK” button to continue.
3.
Use the Master buttons to select “Scene” and press the “OK” button to accept.
Scene
4. Use the Master buttons to select one of the scene control types (listed below)
to correspond to the IR remote that will be used with the QS IR Eye. Press the
“OK” button to accept.
If “Default” was not selected, the info screen will prompt you to select which
Change type?
scene will correspond to the top button of the IR remote. Use the Master
buttons to select the desired scene, and press the “OK” button to accept. The
Default Scene
info screen will confirm that your settings have been saved.
Note: The “Default” scene control type will activate whichever scene command
is transmitted to the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.
5. Point the IR remote at the QS IR Eye. To exit programming mode, press and
hold the top and bottom buttons on the remote for 3 seconds.
Button Setup
First
Scene
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Press and
hold the
top scene
button for
3 seconds
to associate
QS IR Eye
GRX-IT
GRX-8IT
1
LED
QS IR Eye
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IR Setup (continued)
Associating the QS IR Eye with a GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit (continued):
Note: For use with Lutron® remote models MIR-ITFS and C-FLRC.
IR Eye
1. Point the IR remote at the QS IR Eye. To enter programming mode, press
Change type?
and hold the “On” (top) button on the remote for 5 seconds, then, within
1 second, press and hold the “Off” (bottom) button on the remote for
Press OK
5 seconds. The LED on the QS IR Eye will begin to flash slowly. Press the
“OK” button on the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit to continue.
2a. To assign the QS IR Eye as a zone controller, use the Master buttons to
Change type?
select “Zone” and press the “OK” button to accept. Use the zone raise/
lower buttons on the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit to select a desired
Zone
preset level, then press the zone raise and lower buttons simultaneously
for 1 second (until the zone LEDs flash at the programmed preset level).
Repeat for all zones you wish to assign to the QS IR Eye. The info screen
will confirm that your settings have been saved.
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Press and
hold the
top scene
button for
3 seconds
to associate
QS IR Eye
OR
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2b. To assign the QS IR Eye as a scene controller, use the Master buttons
to select “Scene” and press the “OK” button to accept. Use the Master
buttons to select “Favorite”, and press the “OK” button to accept. Use
the Master buttons to select your desired favorite scene, and press the
“OK” button to accept. Press and hold the top scene button on the
GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit for 3 seconds (until the scene LEDs flash).
The info screen will confirm that your settings have been saved.
3. Point the IR remote at the QS IR Eye. To exit programming mode, press
and hold the “On” (top) button on the remote for 5 seconds, then, within
1 second, press and hold the “Off” (bottom) button on the remote for
5 seconds.
OR
Change type?
Scene
Zone LEDs
1 9
2 10
Zone Raise
Zone Lower
LED
Change type?
QS IR Eye
Favorite
Button Setup
Favorite
Scene
1
SavedSaved
MIR-ITFS
C-FLRC
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IR Setup (continued)
Associating IR receivers through a QS Sensor Module (QSM):
1. Upon power up, the QSM will automatically detect and
Main menu
configure wired IR receivers after a valid signal is received.
Wireless Mode
Use an IR remote to send a signal to all connected receivers
in the system.
IR Setup
2. Enter programming mode on the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “IR Setup” and press the
“OK” button to accept
IR menu
4. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Programming” and
Integral IR
press the “OK” button to accept. The info screen will display
“Searching” while the unit detects available infrared receivers.
Programming
5. Use the Master buttons to scroll through the list of available
infrared receivers (the displayed IR receiver will flash). When the
desired IR receiver is displayed, press the “OK” button to select
it. Press the “OK” button again to continue.
6a.
To assign the IR receiver as a zone controller, use the Master
Searching...
Saved
buttons to select “Zone” and press the “OK” button to accept.
Use the zone raise/lower buttons for a zone to select a desired
preset level, then press the zone raise and lower buttons
simultaneously for 1 second (until the zone LEDs flash at the
IR Setup
x/y
programmed preset level). Repeat for all zones you wish to
control with the IR receiver.
xxxx-xxxx
QS
1
QSM
Change Type?
Press OK
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Press and
hold the
top scene
button for
3 seconds
to assign
IR receiver
as a scene
controller.
Zone LEDs
1 9
2 10
Zone Raise
Zone Lower
OR
6b. To assign the IR receiver as a scene controller, use the Master
buttons to select “Scene” and press the “OK” button to accept.
Press and hold the top scene button on the GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit for 3 seconds (until the scene LEDs flash).
7. Press the Timeclock (back) button twice to return to the list of
available IR receivers and repeat as needed.
8. Exit programming mode on the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.
Change type?
Wired IR
Receiver
Change type?
Zone
Scene
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QS Sensor
Module (QSM)
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Associating Sivoia® QS Shades/Drapes and GRAFIK Eye® QS Control Units
When a GRAFIK Eye® QS system consists of Sivoia® QS shades (or drapes) and a GRAFIK Eye® QS with
one or more shade button groups, you can associate the shade button groups on the control unit with the
shades so the shade buttons can directly control the shades.
For Sivoia® QS Shades wired directly to
the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit:
To associate or disassociate shades
with a shade button group:
1. On the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit
shade button group you wish to assign
shades to, enter shade programming
mode: Press and hold the top (open) and
bottom (close) buttons simultaneously
for 3 seconds. The top and bottom LEDs
will flash. Shades that are unassigned
will move to up (open), and shades that
are assigned will move to close (down).
2. Tap the top (open) button to start
assigning.
3. Tap the top (open) button repeatedly to
cycle forward through the addresses;
tap the bottom (close) button to cycle
backward.
4. Press the shade group lower button to
associate the shade.
Press the shade group raise button to
disassociate the shade.
Lower button: Press to
associate
Raise button: Press to
disassociate
5. Exit shade programming mode: Press
and hold the top (open) and bottom
(close) buttons simultaneously for 3
seconds. The top and bottom LEDs
will stop flashing.
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For Wireless Sivoia® QS Shades:
To associate shades with a shade button group:
1. Make sure the wireless mode of the GRAFIK Eye® QS control
unit is “Enabled”.
2. On the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit shade button group you
wish to assign shades to, enter shade programming mode:
Press and hold the top (open) and bottom (close) buttons
simultaneously for 3 seconds. The top and bottom LEDs
will flash.
3. The LEDs on the electronic drive unit (EDU) and the wireless
antenna of unassociated shades/drapes will blink slowly. On
the shade/drape that you wish to associate with the shade
button group, tap any button; the LED on the EDU will blink
rapidly to indicate the shade is now associated with the
shade button group on the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.
4. Repeat step 2 to associate additional shades/drapes to that
shade button group.
5. Exit shade programming mode: Press and hold the top (open)
and bottom (close) buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds. The
top and bottom LEDs will stop flashing.
6. Repeat steps 1 through 5 for additional shade button groups,
as applicable.
To disassociate shades with a shade button group:
Repeat, in the same order, the steps above for associating
shades/drapes. When in shade programming mode, tap
any button on the electronic drive unit (EDU) of the shades/
drapes that you wish to disassociate from the shade button
group; the green LEDs on the EDU and antenna will blink
slowly to indicate the shade is disassociated from the shade
button group on the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.
Open
Preset
Close
Press and hold the top
(open) and bottom (close)
buttons on the GRAFIK
Eye® QS control unit shade
button group to enter or
exit shade programming
mode.
LED
Sivoia® QS Wireless
shade/drape EDU
Note: The wireless signal has a range of 30 ft (9 m) through
standard construction or 60 ft (18 m) line of sight.
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Adjusting Shade Settings
(for Wired and Wireless Sivoia® QS Shades/Drapes)
Setting Limits
(for wired shades/drapes only)
Note: Entering “Limit Setup” mode
may cause shades to move
approximately 8 in (200 mm) up or
down. Be sure that each shade
is positioned so that the fabric
can safely move 8 in (200 mm) up
or down before entering “Limit
Setup” mode.
1.On any shade button group, press and
hold simultaneously the top and raise
buttons. The LEDs next to the top and
bottom buttons will cycle.
At any time while in “Limit Setup” mode,
you can move all shades together to their
current open limit by double-tapping the
top button, or to their current close limit
by double-tapping the bottom button.
Note: Shade/drape electronic drive units
(EDUs) must first be associated to
a shade button group before its
limits can be adjusted.
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2. Select the EDU you want to adjust using
the top button on the shade button
group. Each time you press and release
the top button, a different EDU that is
assigned to that shade button group will
open and close in an 8 in (200 mm) range
to indicate it is selected.
Tap the top button until the EDU for the
shade you wish to adjust moves. (You
can also use the bottom button, which
moves through the assigned EDUs in the
opposite order.)
3. Adjust the currently selected EDU to
the desired level for the open limit (the
maximum the shade is allowed to open)
using the raise and lower buttons.
7. Repeat steps 2 through 6 to set the open
and close limits for each shade assigned
to the shade button group.
8. Press and hold simultaneously the top
and raise buttons on the shade button
group to exit “Limit Setup” mode.
Note: Remote limits cannot be set for
Sivoia® QS wireless shades through
the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.
Limits must be set manually at
the wireless shade EDU. (See
the Sivoia® QS wireless shade
instructions.)
4. Press and hold the top button on the
shade button group for 5 seconds to
store the current position as the open
limit. The LED next to the top button will
flash quickly for 2 seconds.
5. Adjust the currently selected EDU to
the desired level for the close limit (the
maximum the shade is allowed to close)
using the raise and lower buttons.
6. Press and hold the bottom button on
the shade button group for 5 seconds
to store the current position as the close
limit. The LED next to the bottom button
will flash quickly for 2 seconds.
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Adjusting Shade Settings
(for Wired and Wireless Sivoia® QS Shades/Drapes)
Preset Adjustment: Simple Method
1. Use the raise and lower buttons on the
shade button group to set all electronic
drive units (EDUs) of the shades to the
desired preset levels.
2. Press and hold the middle button on the
shade button group for 5 seconds to
save the EDU preset positions. The LED
next to the button will flash and then light
continuously, indicating the preset has
been stored.
Preset Adjustment: Advanced Method
• The advanced method for adjusting
presets is needed only if you wish to
have the shades assigned to the shade
button group set at different positions in
the preset. If, however, you wish all the
shades in the group to be lined up with
one another in the preset, you should use
the Simple Method at left.
• Entering “Assignment” mode will cause
the shades to move between their open
and close limits. Verify that the open and
close limits have been set correctly.
1. On the shade button group whose
Note: Once EDU presets have been
preset you wish to adjust, press and
assigned to buttons on a shade
hold simultaneously the top and bottom
button group, those presets are
buttons. The LEDs next to the buttons
accessible for an EDU only using
will flash. EDUs for the assigned shades
the shade button group it is
will move to their closed limits, and EDUs
assigned to, and a shade button
for unassigned shades will move to their
group can access preset levels only
open limits.
for those EDUs assigned to it.
2. Press and release the middle button on
that shade button group. The adjacent
LED will blink rapidly. EDUs for assigned
shades will automatically move to their
current preset settings.
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3. Use the raise and lower buttons to move
all EDUs for assigned shades together to
the desired preset setting.
4. To move an EDU individually to its
desired preset setting, select the EDU
using the top button on the shade button
group. Each time you press and release
the top button, a different EDU that is
assigned to that shade button group
will open and close in an 8 in (200 mm)
range. Press repeatedly until the EDU
for the shade you wish to adjust moves.
Adjust that EDU to the desired height
using the raise and lower buttons.
Repeat this step for all assigned EDUs.
5. Once you are satisfied that all the
assigned EDUs are set to the positions
you want to assign as the preset, press
and hold the middle button on the shade
button group for 5 seconds. The preset
will be saved.
6. Press and hold simultaneously the top
and bottom buttons on the shade button
group for 5 seconds to exit to normal
mode. The LEDs next to the buttons will
stop flashing.
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Adjusting Shade Settings
(for Wired Window Treatments)
(continued)
Naming a Group of Shades
1. Enter programming mode.
Main menu
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Shade Setup” and press
Sensor Setup
the “OK” button to accept.*
Shade Setup
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Shade Labels” and press
the “OK” button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to highlight your desired shade group.
Shade Setup
Press the “OK” button to accept.
5. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Custom” and press the
Shade
Labels
Timeclock
“OK” button to accept.
Stop If Moving
6. Use the Master buttons to scroll through the characters
(lowercase and uppercase letters, plus numbers 0 through 9).
The character you are currently changing will be underlined
Select group
on the screen. Press OK to select the character you want,
then repeat for all available characters. Choose a space (no
Shade Grp 1
character) and press OK for any remaining characters. Press
the “OK” button to accept.
7. The info screen will confirm that your name has been saved.
8. Exit programming mode.
Label shade grp
16
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1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Custom
Label shade grp 1
1 / 11
A
1: A
Saved
* Applicable only to units that ship with firmware version 9.003 and higher. For previous versions, skip step 2 and proceed to step 3.
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Adjusting Shade Settings
(for Wired Window Treatments)
(continued)
Enable/Disable “Stop If Moving” Functionality (software revision 9.003 or higher)
If the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit can be configured to enable/disable the “Stop If
Moving” functionality: pressing shade column button stops the shade if it is already
moving, otherwise the shade is sent to the programmed level.
Follow the steps below to disable the “Stop If Moving” functionality (it is enabled by
default):
1. Enter programming mode.
Main Menu
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Shade Setup” and press
Shade
Setup
the “OK” button to accept.
Timeclock
3.
In the Shade Setup menu, use the master buttons to highlight
Wireless Mode
“Stop If Moving” and press OK to accept.
4. For the desired shade column (on bottom left of QSG unit),
press the “Open” button to enable “Stop If Moving” for that
Shade Setup
column or press the “Close” button to disable the “Stop If
Moving” feature. The display screen will change momentarily
Shade Labels
to indicate if “Stop If Moving” is enabled or disabled for the
Stop If Moving
selected shade column.
5. LEDs on the “Open” and “Close” buttons will indicate the
current selection for the shade column.
Stop If Moving
6. Once the process is complete, hit the back button to go back
to the main menu.
For each shade
16
Master
buttons
9-16
1-8
OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
1 9
2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
Open button
‘Open’ Enables
Shade
button group
Shade Group N...
Close button
Stop If Moving
Disabled
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Associating Sivoia® QS Triathlon® Shades with GRAFIK Eye® QS Control Unit
Confirm Wireless Mode Enabled
1. Enter Programming mode: Press and
hold the top and bottom Scene buttons
simultaneously for 3 seconds. The LEDs
in the Scene buttons will scroll from top
to bottom, confirming the control unit is
in Programming mode, and the Info
screen will display the Main menu.
1
2
3
4
5
Master
buttons
Info
screen
Shade button groups
6
OK
1
2
3
4
Off
GRAFIK Eye® QS Control Unit
2. Use the Master
Main menu
buttons to highlight
Shade labels
“Wireless Mode” in
the Main menu, and
Wireless mode
press the OK button
to accept.
3. Use the Master
Wireless mode
buttons to highlight
“Enabled” and press
Enabled
the OK button to
accept.
4. The Info screen will
display a confirming
“Saved” message.
Saved
5. Exit Programming
mode: Press and
hold the top and
bottom Scene buttons
simultaneously for 3 seconds. The Info
screen will go to Scene 1.
Associate Shades
1. Tap the Shade button on the shade to
assign. The Shade button LED will turn on
solid green, and the shade will wait in this
mode for 30 seconds.
Roller Shade Button
Scene
buttons
Honeycomb Shade Button
2. Choose a Shade button group on the
GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit. Press and
hold the Close button in that group for
6 seconds. All LEDs in the Shade button
group and the Shade button LED will
flash then turn off.
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Setting Upper and Lower Limits of a Sivoia® QS Triathlon® Shade
with GRAFIK Eye® QS Control Unit
1. Verify that the shade is associated with
the intended Shade button group of the
GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.
2. Tap the Shade button on the Sivoia® QS
Triathlon® shade. The Shade button LED
will turn on solid green, and the shade
will wait in this mode for 30 seconds.
4. Use the Raise/Lower buttons to position
the shade at the desired level for the
upper limit (the maximum the shade is
allowed to open).
7. Use the Raise/Lower buttons to position
the shade at the desired level for the
lower limit (the maximum the shade is
allowed to close).
5. Press and hold the Open button for 5
seconds to store the current position as
the upper limit. The Open button LED will
flash quickly for 2 seconds
8. Press and hold the Close button for
5 seconds to store the current position
as the lower limit. The Close button LED
will flash quickly for 2 seconds.
6. Set the lower limit: Repeat steps 2 and 3
to enter Limit Set mode.
9. Repeat steps 1 through 8 to set the
upper and lower limits for each Sivoia®
QS Triathlon® shade.
OR
Tap shade button
3. In the GRAFIK Eye® QS Shade button
group associated with the shade,
simultaneously press and hold the Open
and Raise buttons for 5 seconds.
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit Installation and Operation Guide 59
Associating Multiple GRAFIK Eye® QS Control Units
When there is more than one GRAFIK
Eye® QS control unit in a system, it is
often convenient to associate them so
that certain functions carry over to other
associated GRAFIK Eye® QS control
units.
To associate two GRAFIK Eye® QS
control units:
1. Begin with the GRAFIK Eye® QS control
unit that will “talk” (button presses will
be replicated on the other control unit; in
the drawing below this is GRAFIK Eye®
QS control unit A). Press and hold the top
• Wired units: When first wired on the QS
and bottom scene buttons until the LEDs
link, all unprogrammed GRAFIK Eye® QS
flash (about 3 seconds).
wired control units will replicate scene
2.
Continue with the GRAFIK Eye® QS
activations and Master button presses by
control unit that will “listen” (replicate
other control units on the link. Associating
button presses on the other control unit;
or disassociating control units determines
in the drawing below this is GRAFIK Eye®
which units on the QS link will “talk”
QS control unit B). Press and hold the top
or “listen” to each other. Control units
scene button until the LEDs flash (about 3
associated on a wired QS link will also
seconds).
replicate timeclock and contact closure
3.
Return to the GRAFIK Eye® QS control
settings.
unit
that will “talk” (A). Press and hold the
• Wireless units: GRAFIK Eye® QS
top
and
bottom scene buttons until the
Wireless control units will not
LEDs
stop
flashing (about 3 seconds).
automatically replicate scene activations
4.
Repeating
the
process in reverse allows
or Master button presses, and must
GRAFIK
Eye
® QS control unit A to also
be programmed to do so. (Associating
“listen” to GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit
two wireless control units will not pass
B, so that both units will follow each
timeclock and contact closure settings
other.
to each other.) When associating multiple
To disassociate two GRAFIK Eye® QS
wireless control units, make sure the
control units:
wireless mode of both units is set to
“Enabled.”
Simply repeat the association steps,
in the same order; press and hold
Note: The wireless signal has a range
the bottom scene button on B to
of 30 ft (9 m) through standard
disassociate.
construction or 60 ft (18 m) line
of sight.
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9-16
1-8
9-16
1-8
OK
On the unit that will “talk”, press
and hold the top and bottom
scene buttons for 3 seconds
to begin or end association or
disassociation with the unit that
will “listen”.
OK
Associate
OR
Disassociate
On the unit that will “listen”, press and hold the
top scene button for 3 seconds to associate,
or press and hold the bottom scene button for
3 seconds to disassociate with the unit that will
“talk”.
OK
GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit A
“Talks” to GRAFIK
Eye® QS control unit
B; scene activation
and Master button
presses activated
on control unit A are
replicated on control
unit B.
OK
GRAFIK Eye® QS
control unit B
“Listens” to GRAFIK
Eye® QS control
unit A; control
unit B replicates
scene activations
and Master button
presses on control
unit A.
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Timeclock Operation
Setting Time and Date
1. Enter programming mode.
Main menu
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Timeclock” and press the
Timeclock
Timeclock
“OK” button to accept.
Scene setup
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Time & date” and press
the “OK” button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to highlight either “12 Hr” or “24 Hr”
Timeclock
format for time display and press the “OK” button to accept.
5.
Use the Master buttons to highlight the current hour and press
End afterhours
the “OK” button to accept. Repeat for the current minutes.
Time & date
6. Use the Master buttons to highlight the current year and press
the “OK” button to accept. Repeat for the current month and date.
7.
The info screen will confirm that your time and date have
Set format
been saved.
8. Exit programming mode.
16
9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
12 Hr
Set time
08 : 00 AM
Set time
08 : 30
Set date
AM
Set date
: 00 2009
March
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Set date
17
Saved
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Timeclock Operation (continued)
Setting Location
Main menu
Timeclock
Timeclock
Scene setup
Timeclock
Time & date
Location
Location by
Country, City
Lat/Longitude
Country
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1. Enter programming mode.
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight
“Timeclock” and press the “OK” button
to accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight
“Location” and press the “OK” button
to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to set your
location by either country and city
or latitude and longitude. Press the
“OK” button to accept.
5. Use the Master buttons to highlight
the country and press the “OK” button
to accept. Repeat for the state and
closest city.
6. The info screen will confirm that your
time and date have been saved.
7. Exit programming mode.
08 : 00
USA
State
Pennsylvania
City
Saved
Philadelphia
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9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Setting Daylight Saving Time
1. Enter programming mode and
Timeclock
select “Timeclock”. Use the Master
Location
buttons to highlight “Set DST” and
press the “OK” button to accept.
Set DST
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight
“Yes” if your location observes
daylight saving time, or “No” if it
DST
does not. Press the “OK” button to
accept.
: 00 Yes
3. If yes, use the Master buttons to
choose either “USA 2007” (the
second Sunday in March to the first
Sunday in November), or “Other.”
For “Other,” follow the screens to
set start and end dates and amount
of time.
4. Press the “OK” button to accept.
The info screen will confirm that
your time and date have been
saved.
5. Exit programming mode.
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Timeclock Operation (continued)
Adding an Event
Main menu
Timeclock
Timeclock
Scene setup
Timeclock
View events
Add events
Add events
Monday
Add events
Local
Add events
Time of day
Set time
08 : 00 AM
16
Master
1. Enter programming mode.
buttons
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Timeclock” and press
OK
“OK”
the “OK” button to accept.
button
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Add events” and press
the “OK” button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to highlight the recurrence for this event: day of the week, holiday, weekdays or
weekends. Press the “OK” button to accept.
5. Use the Master buttons to highlight the location of the timeclock event (local or remote). Press the
“OK” button to accept.
• Local events affect scenes controlled by the GRAFIK Eye® QS Control Unit
• Remote events affect scenes controlled by another device on the QS link (e.g. Energi Savr NodeTM QS)
Note: Remote timeclock events provide a virtual timeclock to devices on the QS link without a built-in
timeclock. This allows the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit to activate scenes on other devices without
affecting the space it controls.
6. Use the Master buttons to highlight the type of the event (fixed time of day or a relative time to sunrise or
sunset). Press the “OK” button to accept.
7. For a fixed-time event, use the Master buttons to highlight the hour for your event to begin; press the
“OK” button to accept. Repeat for the minutes.
For a relative time event, use the Master buttons and the “OK” button to set the hour, then the minutes
relative to sunrise or sunset (maximum of 1 hour, 59 minutes before or after sunrise or sunset).
8. Use the Master buttons to highlight the desired action for the timeclock event:
• Scenes 1-16, Off
• Shade Groups 1-3 open, preset, or close
• Start/End Afterhours
• Enable/Disable Occupancy
• Enable/Disable Occupied Events
• Enable/Disable Daylighting
9. The info screen will confirm that your event has been saved.
10. Repeat steps 4 through 9 for additional events.
11. Exit programming mode.
Add events
9-16
1-8
Scene
Scene 1
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Saved
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Timeclock Operation (continued)
Deleting an Event
Main menu
Timeclock
Timeclock
Scene setup
Timeclock
Copy schedule
Delete events
Delete
Monday
Delete
01/03
8:00 AM
Scene 5
16
1. Enter programming mode.
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight
“Timeclock” and press the “OK” button
to accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight
“Delete events” and press the
“OK” button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to highlight the
day of the week (or holiday) when the
event occurs; press the “OK” button to
accept.
5. Use the Master buttons to highlight the
event to delete; press the “OK” button to
accept.
6. A screen will appear, verifying you wish to
delete the event. Press the “OK” button
to accept and delete; otherwise, press
the Timeclock button to go back.
7. The info screen will confirm that your
event has been deleted.
8. Exit programming mode.
9-16
1-8
OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
Viewing an Event
Timeclock
View
events
Delete
events
Add events
Delete?
View events
Monday
Monday
Deleted
View
8:00 AM
Scene 5
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Master
buttons
1. Enter programming mode, select
“Timeclock,” and select “View events”.
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight the
day of the week (or holiday) when the
event occurs; press the “OK” button to
accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight the
event to view; press the “OK” button to
accept.
4. Press the “OK” button to return to the
Timeclock menu.
5. Exit programming mode.
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Timeclock Operation (continued)
Setting a Holiday
Timeclock
Delete schedule
Holiday
Holiday
Add
Setevent
holiday
View holiday
Set holiday
1/25
Feb
1
16
1. Enter programming mode.
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight
“Timeclock” and press the “OK” button
to accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight
“Holiday” and press the “OK” button
to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to highlight
“Set holiday” and press the
“OK” button to accept.
5. Use the Master buttons to highlight
the month of the holiday and press
the “OK” button to accept. Repeat for
the date.
6. The info screen will confirm that your
holiday has been set.
7. Exit programming mode.
Master
buttons
9-16
1-8
OK
“OK”
button
Viewing a Holiday
1. Enter programming mode, select
View Holiday
1/25
“Timeclock,” select “Holiday,” and select
“View holiday”.
Feb 14
2. Use the Master buttons to scroll through
the dates of the programmed holidays.
OR
3. If no holidays are programmed, the info
screen will display a screen informing you.
4. Exit programming mode.
Monday
No Holidays
Set holiday
1/25
Monday
14
Feb
Note: The GRAFIK Eye® QS with
EcoSystem® control unit
supports up to 25 unique
holidays. Follow the steps
in “Adding an Event” to add
Holiday timeclock events.
Saved
Deleting a Holiday
1. Enter programming mode, select
Holiday
“Timeclock,” select “Holiday,” and select
View holiday
“Delete holiday”.
Delete holiday
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight the
holiday you wish to delete (or delete all
holidays) and press the “OK” button to
accept.
Delete holiday
3.
Press the “OK” button to delete the
1/2
Monday
selected holiday. The info screen will
Feb 14
confirm that your holiday has been
deleted.
4. Exit programming mode.
Delete holiday
1/2
Delete?
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Deleted
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Timeclock Operation (continued)
Copying a Schedule
1. Enter programming mode.
Timeclock
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight
Copy schedule
Delete
schedule
“Timeclock” and press the “OK” button
to accept.
Delete events
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight
“Copy Schedule” and press the
“OK” button to accept.
Copy from
4. Use the Master buttons to highlight the
Monday
day you want to copy the schedule from
and press the “OK” button to accept.
5. Use the Master buttons to highlight the
day you want to copy the schedule to
Copy to
and press the “OK” button to accept.
6.
The info screen will ask you to confirm
Monday
Tuesday
overwriting all events occurring on the
selected day to copy to; press the
“OK” button to accept.
7. Exit programming mode.
Timeclock
Monday
Overwrite
all events?
Saved
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9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Deleting a Schedule
1. Enter programming mode, select
Timeclock
“Timeclock,” and select “Delete
Delete events
schedule”.
Delete schedule
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight the
day of the schedule you wish to delete
and press the “OK” button to accept.
Delete schedule
3. The info screen will confirm that your
event has been deleted.
Monday
Sunday
4. The info screen will ask you to confirm
deleting the schedule on the selected
day; press the “OK” button to accept.
5. Exit programming mode.
Delete
Sunday
schedule?
Deleted
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit Installation and Operation Guide 66
Afterhours
The Afterhours feature of the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit can be used to automatically set lights to an energy-saving level (typically
“Scene Off”). This feature allows occupants to manually turn on lights, but will automatically turn them off after a specified amount of
time.
When Afterhours starts, the lights will flash to alert occupants that the lights will soon fade to the Afterhours Scene. Occupants then
can press a keypad button to extend the time until the Afterhours feature flashes the lights again.
The Afterhours feature of the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit has three (3) modes of operation:
• Enabled: The GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit will allow the Afterhours feature to be activated.
• Follow: The GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit will execute the Afterhours settings of another associated device on the QS link.
• Disabled (default): The GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit will not start the Afterhours feature (even if it receives commands from a
Timeclock event, contact closure input, or another device on the QS link).
Note: The Afterhours feature must be programmed to start or end through Timeclock events, the integral contact closure input, or
another associated device on the QS link. The GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit will activate this feature only if the “Afterhours”
mode has been set to “Enabled” or “Follow”.
Afterhours Settings
Flash count: The amount of times the lights will flash to alert the room that the Afterhours Scene will soon be activated.
Range: 0 to 15 flashes (default 3 flashes)
Delay to off: The amount of time after the end of the “Flash count” before the Afterhours Scene is activated.
Range: 1 to 180 minutes (default 5 minutes)
Delay to flash: The amount of time the system will wait after the Afterhours Scene is interrupted before flashing the lights again and
restarting the Delay to off countdown.
Range: 1 to 180 minutes (default 45 minutes)
Afterhours scene: The scene that the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit will activate when the Delay to off expires.
Range: Scenes 1 to 16, Off (default Scene off)
(See example on the next page.)
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit Installation and Operation Guide 67
Afterhours (continued)
Afterhours Examples
Afterhours ends
Afterhours starts;
Lights flash
Example 1: Typical Office
Delay to off
Afterhours Scene
Example 2: Late Night at Office
Delay to off
Delay to flash
Delay to off
(lights
flash)
Afterhours Scene
Button press:
Office worker
Example 3: Late Night/Security Check
Delay to off
Delay to flash
Delay to off
(lights
flash)
Button press:
Office worker
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Afterhours Scene
Delay to flash Delay to off
(lights
flash)
Afterhours Scene
Button press:
Security guard
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit Installation and Operation Guide 68
Afterhours (continued)
Setting Up Afterhours
1. Enter programming mode.
Main menu
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Timeclock”, and press
Timeclock
Timeclock
the “OK” button to accept.
Scene setup
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Afterhours setup”, and
press the “OK” button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to select the desired “Afterhours”
Timeclock
mode, and press the “OK” button to accept.
5. (If the “Afterhours” mode was set to “Enabled”)
Holiday
Use the Master buttons to highlight the desired values for
Afterhours setup
Flash count, Delay to off, Delay to flash, and Afterhours scene.
Press the “OK” button to accept each setting. The info screen
will confirm that your Afterhours settings have been saved.
Afterhours
6. Exit programming mode.
Enabled
Delay to flash
45
minutes
Flash count
3
Delay to off
5
Afterhours
minutes
Scene off
®
Saved
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9-16
1-8
OK
Master
buttons
“OK”
button
Ending Afterhours
Once activated, the Afterhours feature can
be overridden at any time and ended through
the programming menu.
1. Enter programming
mode.
End afterhours
2. Use the Master
buttons to highlight
“Timeclock”, and
press the “OK” button
to accept.
3. Use the Master
buttons to highlight
“End Afterhours”, and
press the “OK” button
to accept. The info
screen will confirm
that “Afterhours”
mode is ended.
4. Exit programming
mode.
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Diagnostics and Special Settings
Enabling/Disabling the Timeclock
The timeclock can be enabled or disabled as desired.
1. Enter programming mode. Use the Master
Timeclock
buttons to select “Timeclock.” Press the
“OK” button to accept.
Monday
Enabled
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight
either “Enabled” or “Disabled”. Press the
“OK” button to accept. The info screen will
confirm that your setting has been saved.
3. Exit programming mode.
16
9-16
1-8
OK
Master
buttons
“OK”
button
Saved
Enabling/Disabling the Backlighting
The backlighting on the info screen can be enabled or disabled as
desired.
1. Enter programming mode and select
Backlighting
“Backlighting”. Press the “OK” button to
accept.
Monday
Enabled
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight
either “Enabled” or “Disabled”. Press the
“OK” button to accept. The info screen will
confirm that your setting has been saved.
3. Exit programming mode.
Saved
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Diagnostics
If you are having trouble with your control unit and call
LutronR Technical Support, you may be asked for
diagnostic information about your unit.
1. Enter programming mode and
Diagnostics
select “Diagnostics”. Press the
Device SN
“OK” button to accept.
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight
Link Info
the option that will display the
required information. The info
screen can display the device serial
number, link information, code
version, or USB status. There is
Link info
also an option to reset the USB
connection (do this only if asked to
by LutronR Technical Support).
3. Exit programming mode.
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Diagnostics and Special Settings (continued)
Setting the Security Password
A four-digit password can be set as a security feature to protect the
programming settings on the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.
1. Enter programming mode
Diagnostics
2. Select “Diagnostics” and press the “OK” button
Reset USB
to accept.
Password
3. Select “Password” and press the “OK” button
to accept.
4. Select “Set Password” and press the “OK” button
Password
to accept.
5.
You will be prompted to input a four-digit password.
Set Password
Use the Master buttons to scroll through the
Disable
characters (uppercase letters and numbers 0 through
9 only). The character you are currently changing
in the password will appear underlined on the info
screen. Press OK to select the desired character,
Password
4/4
and repeat for the remaining characters.
The info screen will confirm that your setting has
D
1: ABCD
been saved.
6. Exit programming mode.
16
9-16
1-8
4/4
1: * * * *
Password
Set Password
Disable
®
Master
buttons
“OK”
button
Enter Password
Saved
OK
D
When you re-enter programming mode
after setting your password, you will be
prompted to enter your password. Use
the method in Step 5 above to select and
enter each character.
Note: The characters will appear on the
info screen as asterisks.
To disable your password, follow Steps
1 through 4 of “Setting the Security
Password”, and select “Disable” on the
Password menu.
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Language Selection
Faceplate Removal
The GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit is
capable of operating in the following
languages:
English
French
Spanish
German
Italian
Portuguese
To change the language to one of these
choices, press the Timeclock button
four times, until the “Language” screen
is displayed. (Note: Do not put the unit
in programming mode.) Use the Master
buttons to highlight your preferred
language, and press the “OK” button to
select and save.
The faceplates may need to be removed to change the color
or to write in zone labels. To remove either faceplate, open it
fully (flush to the wall), and pull up (for the top faceplate) or
down (for the bottom faceplate) to pull the hinges out of their
slots.
Replace by sliding the hinges back into their slots.
Pull up to remove
top faceplate
1
2
3
4
5
6
OK
16
9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
“OK”
button
Timeclock
(back) button
®
Pull down to
remove bottom
faceplate
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible Causes
Solution
Unit does not power up
Circuit Breaker is off
Switch circuit breaker on
Unit does not control loads
Miswire
Verify wiring to unit and loads
Circuit breaker is tripping
System short circuited
Find and correct shorts
System overload
Verify zone/unit loading is within ratings (see Zone Setup section)
Zone control does not work
Miswire
Make sure loads are connected to the right zones
Zone control yields incorrect
results
Loose or disconnected wire
Connect zone wires to loads
Burned out lamps
Replace bad lamps
Incorrect load type selected
Assign the zone to the appropriate load type (see Zone Setup section)
Dimming limits set incorrectly
Adjust High End/Low End values (see Zone Setup section)
One or more zones are
always “full on” and zone
intensity is not adjustable
Zone control affects more
than one zone
Miswire
Make sure loads are connected to the right zones
Shorted line output
Check wiring; if wiring is correct, call LutronR Technical Support
Faceplate is warm
Normal operation
Solid-state controls dissipate about 2% of the connected load as heat. No action is required
Unit does not allow scene
change or zone adjustments
Unit is in wrong save mode
Change to correct save mode
QS device in system has locked the unit
Check programming and state of QS devices
Cannot program fade time
from “Scene Off”
Fade time from “Scene Off” is not
programmable; can only program fade time to
“Scene Off”
Fade time from “Scene Off” is always 3 seconds
Integral (direct-wired) contact
closure input does not work
Miswire
Check wiring on contact closure input
QS devices on link are not
working
Timeclock events do not
occur
Sunrise or sunset events do
not occur at the correct time
Input CCI signal is not received
Verify the input device is operating properly
Unit is in wrong CCI mode and/or type
Change to correct CCI mode and/or type for your application
Miswire or loose connection on QS link
Verify QS link wiring to all devices
QS device is not associated
Place the QS device into programming mode, and hold the “Scene 1” button on the
GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit to associate the two devices
QS device programming is incorrect
Verify the functionality and programming on the QS devices
Timeclock is disabled
Enable the timeclock
Time/date is not set correctly
Set the time/date
Location is not set correctly
Set the latitude and longitude of the unit’s location
Holiday schedule is in effect
Normal schedule will resume when the holiday ends
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit Installation and Operation Guide 73
Troubleshooting (continued)
Symptom
Possible Causes
Solution
Device does not respond to
infrared controls
IR Receiver is disabled
Enable the IR receiver
Miswire or loose connection on rear IR terminal
Verify rear IR terminal wiring
Security lockout from
programming mode
Security password set incorrectly
Call LutronR Technical Support to reset password
Troubleshooting: Wireless Functions
(for wireless enabled units only)
Symptom
Possible Causes
Solution
Cannot associate a
wireless device to a unit
Unit does not support wireless functionality
Verify the unit says “GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless” on the front label.
Associated wireless
devices do not control unit
Wireless devices operate
incorrectly
Wireless devices selectively
operate
Info screen often prompts
for wireless device
association
Unit in incorrect wireless mode
Change wireless mode to “Enabled”
Maximum number of devices have been
associated with unit
Remove devices or associate with a different unit
Wireless device is out of range
Verify wireless device is in range: 30 ft (9 m) through standard construction, 60 ft (18 m) line of
sight
Wireless device has been unassigned from unit
Reassign wireless device to unit
Devices are not receiving power
Check wireless device’s battery/power wiring
Unit in incorrect wireless mode
Change to correct wireless mode (“Ignore Programming” or “Enabled”)
Multiple devices are associated to the unit with
contrasting settings
Verify the settings of wireless devices are consistent
Wireless device is out of range
Verify wireless device is in range: 30 ft (9 m) through standard construction, 60 ft (18 m) line of
sight
Radio Powr SavrTM daylight sensors not in
calibration mode
Follow instructions to calibrate daylight sensors
System is not configured correctly
Make sure wireless device settings are programmed as desired
Intended settings were not saved
Reprogram wireless device settings
Wireless devices not located correctly
Follow instructions for each device to verify it is located for ideal performance
Unit wireless mode set to “Enabled” and nearby
wireless systems are being programmed
Change wireless mode to “Ignore Programming”
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Control Unit Installation and Operation Guide 74
Troubleshooting: Shade Functions
Symptom
Possible Causes
Solution
Shade EDU (electronic drive
unit) will not move
EDU is not powered
Connect power to EDU
Shade fabric is caught on something
Check and unbind shade fabric
EDU is not assigned to a shade button group
Assign the EDU to a shade button group
All limits are set to the same height
Verify limit settings
Communications link is not wired to the EDU
Check and wire the EDU link
EDU has been unassigned from shade button
group
Reassign the EDU to the shade button group
Shade EDU does not fully
open or fully close
Limits have been set incorrectly
Set limits correctly
Shade fabric is caught on something
Check and unbind shade fabric
Shade moves in the
opposite direction when
raise/lower buttons are
pushed
Open and close limits have been reversed
Set limits correctly
Shade button group does
not operate all the shades it
is assigned to
EDU has been unassigned from shade button
group
Reassign the EDU to the shade button group
All limits are set to the same height
Verify limit settings
EDU is not wired correctly
Check and rewire EDU
Shade button group is not wired correctly
Check and rewire shade button group
Shades in a room move on
their own
EDUs are assigned to a shade button group in
another room
Reassign the EDU to the correct shade button group
Unable to set limits on
Sivoia® QS wireless shades
through the GRAFIK Eye®
QS control unit.
Normal operation
Limits must be set manually on the Sivoia® QS wireless EDU (see Sivoia® QS wireless shade
installation guide)
Shade button group will not
control any shade
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Troubleshooting: EcoSystem® Functions
Symptom
Possible Causes
Solution
“Build System”
command does not find
EcoSystem® loads
E1 and/or E2 are miswired or not connected
Check wiring; if wiring is correct, call LutronR Technical Support
Cannot add an
EcoSystem® device to
a zone after a “Build
System” or “Address all”
command has been run
Zone is not set to Digital
Set the zone to Digital
EcoSystem® device at
full brightness cannot be
controlled
E1 and E2 are not connected
Check E1 and E2 connections on the back of the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® control unit
EcoSystem® link is overloaded
Reduce number of EcoSystem® devices on link to 64 or fewer. Check voltage: Minimum voltage
of 12 V-
EcoSystem® devices do
not flash when running
the “Build System”
command
EcoSystem® devices are not addressed
EcoSystem® devices are miswired
Address EcoSystem® devices
Check E1 and E2 wiring, and power wiring to EcoSystem® devices
EcoSystem® device is not
affected by a zone level
change
EcoSystem® device is not addressed
Run the “Address all” command and assign the EcoSystem® device to a zone
EcoSystem® device is not assigned to a zone
Assign EcoSystem® device to a zone
Sensor is miswired
Check sensor wiring (refer to the sensor manufacturer’s instructions)
Sensor was added after ”Build System”
command was run or EcoSystem® device may
not have detected sensor
Create motion (occupancy) or induce light (daylight) within the sensor’s range and run the
appropriate “Sensor Setup” command
EcoSystem® device is being affected by the
daylight sensors
Recalibrate the associated daylight sensors
System does not
recognize sensors
connected to a
EcoSystem® device
Sensor wired directly to
an EcoSystem® device is
not found during sensor
setup
EcoSystem® device light
levels can be lowered,
but not raised to full On
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Contact Information
Warranty
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.
One Year Limited Warranty
For a period of one year from the date of purchase, and subject
to the exclusions and restrictions described below, Lutron warrants
each new unit to be free from manufacturing defects. Lutron will,
at its option, either repair the defective unit or issue a credit equal
to the purchase price of the defective unit to the Customer against
the purchase price of comparable replacement part purchased
from Lutron. Replacements for the unit provided by Lutron or, at its
sole discretion, an approved vendor may be new, used, repaired,
reconditioned, and/or made by a different manufacturer.
If the unit is commissioned by Lutron or a Lutron approved third
party as part of a Lutron commissioned lighting control system, the
term of this warranty will be extended, and any credits against the
cost of replacement parts will be prorated, in accordance with the
warranty issued with the commissioned system, except that the
term of the unit’s warranty term will be measured from the date of
its commissioning.
EXCLUSIONS AND RESTRICTIONS
This Warranty does not cover, and Lutron and its suppliers are not
responsible for:
1. Damage, malfunction or inoperability diagnosed by Lutron or
a Lutron approved third party as caused by normal wear and
tear, abuse, misuse, incorrect installation, neglect, accident,
interference or environmental factors, such as (a) use of
incorrect line voltages, fuses or circuit breakers; (b) failure to
install, maintain and operate the unit pursuant to the operating
instructions provided by Lutron and the applicable provisions
of the National Electrical Code and of the Safety Standards
of Underwriter’s Laboratories; (c) use of incompatible devices
or accessories; (d) improper or insufficient ventilation; (e)
unauthorized repairs or adjustments; (f) vandalism; or (g) an act
of God, such as fire, lightning, flooding, tornado, earthquake,
hurricane or other problems beyond Lutron’s control.
2. On-site labor costs to diagnose issues with, and to remove,
repair, replace, adjust, reinstall and/or reprogram the unit or any
of its components.
3. Equipment and parts external to the unit, including those sold
or supplied by Lutron (which may be covered by a separate
warranty).
4. The cost of repairing or replacing other property that is damaged
when the unit does not work properly, even if the damage was
caused by the unit.
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THERE ARE NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF ANY
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DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE UNIT WILL OPERATE WITHOUT
INTERRUPTION OR BE ERROR FREE.
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ANY AUTHORITY TO BIND LUTRON TO ANY AFFIRMATION,
REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY CONCERNING THE UNIT.
UNLESS AN AFFIRMATION, REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY
MADE BY AN AGENT, EMPLOYEE OR REPRESENTATIVE IS
SPECIFICALLY INCLUDED HEREIN, OR IN STANDARD PRINTED
MATERIALS PROVIDED BY LUTRON, IT DOES NOT FORM A
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WITHOUT LIMITATION, ALL DIRECT DAMAGES AND ALL
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AND OF ALL OTHER PARTIES UNDER THIS WARRANTY ON ANY
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WITH THE MANUFACTURE, SALE, INSTALLATION, DELIVERY,
USE, REPAIR, OR REPLACEMENT OF THE UNIT, OR ANY
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LIMITED TO THE AMOUNT PAID TO LUTRON BY CUSTOMER
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AND DISCLAIMERS WILL APPLY TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT
ALLOWED BY APPLICABLE LAW, EVEN IF ANY REMEDY FAILS
ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE.
TO MAKE A WARRANTY CLAIM
To make a warranty claim, promptly notify Lutron within the
warranty period described above by calling the Lutron Technical
Support Center at (800) 523-9466. Lutron, in its sole discretion, will
determine what action, if any, is required under this warranty. To
better enable Lutron to address a warranty claim, have the unit’s serial
and model numbers available when making the call. If Lutron, in its
sole discretion, determines that an on-site visit or other remedial action
is necessary, Lutron may send a Lutron Services Co. representative
or coordinate the dispatch of a representative from a Lutron approved
vendor to Customer’s site, and/or coordinate a warranty service call
between Customer and a Lutron approved vendor.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also
have other rights which vary from state to state. Some states do
not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the
above limitation may not apply to you. Some states do not allow
the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages,
so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
NEC is a registered trademark of the National Fire Protection
Association, Quincy, Massachusetts.
Advance Mark X is a registered trademark of the Advance
Transformer Company.
Lutron, , Sivoia, Hi-lume, Eco-10, Tu-Wire, Pico, seeTouch,
EcoSystem, Triathlon, and GRAFIK Eye are registered trademarks and
Radio Powr Savr is a trademark of Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.
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