12357 Z-Wave Dimmer Module-coversheet

12357 Z-Wave Dimmer Module-coversheet
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Z-WAVE DIMMER - 12357
Z-Wave® DIMMER BASICS
The Kichler Z-Wave® full range dimmer is designed to allow your Kichler Design Pro LED fixtures to communicate
with one another as well as to be added to an already existing Z-Wave network.
To begin using Z-Wave technology, it is helpful to understand that each Z-Wave dimmer communicate with each
other using a low power radio transmitter and receiver. Large metal objects, house wiring, walls, furniture,
refrigerators, microwaves and similar items can interfere with communication between the modules to reduce the
range or even prevent communication. Therefore, placement of the Z-Wave dimmers is very important.
It is also important to understand that a Z-Wave network can have only one primary controller. The primary controller
establishes the network identification number so that your network will not operate your neighborʼs network and viceversa.
The 12357 Z-Wave dimmer works with Z-Wave products from different vendors and product categories as part of the
same network. This product is a listening node and will act as a repeater in a Z-Wave network. It will perform the
repeater function with Z-Wave products from Kichler and from other Z-Wave vendors.
FCC and IC COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
Warning: Changes or modifications to this device not expressly approved by HomeRun Holdings Corp. could void the userʼs
authority to operate the equipment.
FCC REGULATORY STATEMENTS
“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. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the
following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation between the equipment and 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.”
INDUSTRY CANADA REGULATORY STATEMENTS
Under Industry Canada regulations, this radio transmitter may only operate using an antenna of a type and maximum (or lesser)
gain approved for the transmitter by Industry Canada. To reduce potential radio interference to other users the antenna type and its
gain should be chosen that the equivalent isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) is not more than necessary for successful
communication.
This device complies with Industry Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s). Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1)
This device may not cause harmful interference and, 2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
GLOSSARY
Dimmer – Kichler Lightingʼs Z-Wave® dimmer module, 12357BK/WH
Primary dimmer – The first dimmer used to set up your Z-Wave network and associations.
Note: Only the primary dimmer can be used to include or delete additional dimmers from a network.
Secondary – Any dimmer that is set up after the primary dimmer. Secondary dimmers cannot include or delete other
dimmers to the network.
Fixture – Any light unit that is connected to a dimmer.
Exclude – Remove a dimmer from a network.
Include – Add a dimmer to a network.
Network – A collection of devices controlled by primary and secondary controllers or dimmers operating on the same
system. Each network has its own unique identification code so that no one else can control the system.
CONNECTOR
RESET
CONNECTOR
MOUNTING SCREWS
(+)
DIM UP/
TURN-ON
(-)
DIM DOWN/
TURN-OFF
DIMMER INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Before
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Installing:
Read all instructions thoroughly before starting installation.
All installations should comply with National and local electrical codes.
If you have any doubts concerning installation, contact a qualified, licensed electrician.
If possible, it is recommended to do any programming of the dimmer modules prior to installation.
NOTE:
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The Z-Wave® dimmer can be directly mounted to a Kichler LED fixture OR installed in-line using a Kichler
LED interconnect cable.
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The dimmer can be connected between any two fixtures or at either end of a connected run of fixtures.
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For use only with Kichler LED 24VDC Class 2, 5 AMP MAX Lighting fixtures and accessories.
INSTALLING Z-WAVE DIMMER DIRECTLY TO FIXTURES
1) Align connector on end of dimmer with connector on end of fixture.
2) Push dimmer to fixture until the fixture and the dimmer are flush and connectors snap together.
3) Drive pre-installed screws into mounting surface until fixture is secure. If screws are difficult to install,
remove screws, mark holes, and drill 1/16” pilot holes.
NOTE: DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN SCREWS.
RESET
INSTALLING Z-WAVE DIMMER IN-LINE USING INTERCONNECT CABLES
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Determine best location for dimmer.
Drive pre-installed screws into mounting surface until fixture is secure. If screws are difficult to install,
remove screws, mark holes, and drill 1/16” pilot holes. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN SCREWS.
Select proper length interconnect cable, P/N 12341 (9”), 12342 (14”), 12343 (21”) or 12345 (10ʼ).
Hold interconnect cable to mounting surface and determine best path for cable. If interconnect cable is
being run from cabinet to cabinet a notch such as a “V” could be cut in cabinet side panels to help keep
cable out of sight.
NOTE: Interconnect cable is UL rated Class 2. Installer should check with local building codes to determine if
Class 2 wire is allowed to run through floors, walls and ceilings.
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Peel backing off retaining clip(s) and affix to desired location(s). Surface should be as clean as possible.
Drive pre-installed screw into the cabinet surface to secure the retaining clip to the surface.
Slip Cable into clip(s) and snap closed.
RESET
Z-WAVE DIMMER SETUP
Kichlerʼs 12357 Z-Wave full range dimmer can be used in a variety of ways to meet individual needs and installations.
The dimmers can be used independently, connected to other 12357 dimmers, or added to an already existing ZWave network.
Determine how the system will be used from the set-up options below, and follow the instructions in that section.
Set Up Options
Option 1 - One dimmer on one fixture, or one set of fixtures.
This option will be used for dimming a single fixture or group of fixtures that are connected to each other. Using this
option will not allow the use of wireless dimming.
Option 2 - Controlling one set of fixtures with two dimmers.
This option will allow multiple dimmers to work together on one group of fixtures.
Option 3 - Controlling two separately powered fixtures or sets of fixtures.
This option will allow two groups of fixtures that are powered separately to work in unison using either dimmer.
Option 4 - Multiple, separately powered fixtures or sets of fixtures controlled by any of the dimmers.
This will allow multiple sets of separately powered fixtures to work in unison using any of the dimmers.
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Option 5 – Adding a 12357 dimmer to an existing Z-Wave network from a 3 party vendor.
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This option will be used if you are setting up, or have an existing Z-Wave network from a 3 party vendor.
Option 1 - One dimmer on one fixture or one set of fixtures
Connect the dimmer at a convenient place in the set of fixtures. No programming is required.
Press and release the (+) button on the dimmer to turn on.
Press and release the (-) button to turn off.
Press and hold the (+) button, the lights will dim up.
Pressing and holding the (-) button will slowly dim the lights down.
Momentarily press and release the (-) to turn the lights off at the established dim level.
Momentarily press and release the (+) to turn the lights on. The lights will return to the last established light level.
Option 2 - Controlling one set of fixtures with two dimmers
Dedicate one of the dimmers in this installation to be the primary dimmer, the other to be the secondary dimmer.
Three steps will need to be performed. First, a network needs to be created. Second, the secondary dimmer will need
to be associated to the primary. Third, the secondary dimmer needs an in-line synchronization added.
NOTE:
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Power must be on
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Error is indicated by 10 dim blinks in succession.
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Success is indicated by 2 bright blinks in succession.
Step 1 Create a network
NOTE: There is a time limit of approx. 20 seconds to complete Step 1. If light fixture(s) blink 10 times while performing
Step 1, this means that the time has expired and it will be necessary to repeat the process from the beginning.
On the primary dimmer:
1. Using as small object such as a paper clip, press & release recessed RESET button. (The primary dimmer light
fixture will blink 2 times)
2. Press & hold (+) button until the primary dimmer light fixture blinks 2 times. (Hold for hold approx. 2 seconds)
On the secondary dimmer:
1. Press & release recessed RESET button. (The secondary dimmer light fixture will blink 2 times)
2. Press & hold both (+) button and (-) button until both the primary dimmer light fixture and secondary dimmer light
fixture blink 2 times. (Hold for approx. 2 seconds)
Step 2 Associate (link) dimmers together
NOTE: Step 2 has no time limit.
On the primary dimmer:
1. Press & hold both (+) and (-) buttons until the primary dimmer LED light fixture blinks 2 times (hold approx. 2
seconds)
2. Press & release (+) button to put the primary dimmer into ASSOCIATION ADD MODE. (lights will blink 2 times)
On the secondary dimmer:
3. Press and release the (+) button. Both the primary dimmer fixture and secondary dimmer fixture will blink 2 times.
Option 3 - Controlling two separately powered fixtures or runs of fixtures
Dedicate one of the dimmers in this installation to be the primary dimmer, the other to be the secondary dimmer. Two
steps will need to be performed. First, a network needs to be created. Second, the secondary controller needs to be
associated to the primary.
NOTE:
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In order for 2 or more dimmers to work in unison, connect each dimmer to separate groups of light fixtures
powered by different power supplies.
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Power must be on
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Error is indicated by 10 dim blinks in succession.
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Success is indicated by 2 bright blinks in succession.
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Dimmers must be installed within 50ʼ of each other to be able to communicate.
Step 1 Create a Network
NOTE: There is a time limit of approx. 20 seconds to complete Step 1. If light fixture(s) blink 10 times while performing
Step 1, this means that the time has expired and it will be necessary to repeat the process from the beginning.
On the primary dimmer:
1. Using a small object such as a paper clip, press & release recessed RESET button. (The primary dimmer light
fixture will blink 2 times)
2. Press & hold (+) button until primary dimmer light fixture blinks 2 times. (Hold for hold approx. 2 seconds)
On the secondary dimmer:
1. Press & release recessed RESET button. (The secondary dimmer light fixture will blink 2 times)
2. Press & hold both (+) button and (-) button until both the primary dimmer light fixture and secondary dimmer light
fixture blink 2 times. (Hold for approx. 2 seconds)
Step 2 Associate (link) dimmers together
NOTE: Step 2 has no time limit.
On the primary dimmer:
1. Press & hold both (+) and (-) buttons until the primary dimmer light fixture blinks 2 times (hold approx. 2 seconds)
2. Press & release (+) button to put the primary dimmer into ASSOCIATION ADD MODE. (lights will blink 2 times)
On the secondary dimmer:
1. Press and release (+) button. Both the primary and secondary dimmer light fixtures will blink 2 times.
Option 4 - Multiple, separately powered fixtures or sets of fixtures controlled by any of the dimmers
One of the dimmers in this installation will be the primary dimmer, the others will be the secondary dimmers.
Two steps will need to be performed. First, a network needs to be created. Second, the additional dimmers will need
to be associated.
NOTE:
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In order for 2 or more dimmer modules to work in unison, connect each module to separate light fixtures
powered by different power supplies.
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Power must be on
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Error is indicated by 10 dim blinks in succession.
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Success is indicated by 2 bright blinks in succession.
Step 1 Create a Network
NOTE: There is a time limit of approx. 20 seconds to complete programming between primary and secondary dimmers
and then the primary and additional secondary controllers. If light fixture(s) blink 10 times while performing Step 1, this
means that the time has expired and it will be necessary to repeat the process from the beginning.
On the primary dimmer:
1. Using a small object such as a paper clip, press & release recessed RESET button. (The primary dimmer light
fixture will blink 2 times)
2. Press & hold (+) button until the primary dimmer light fixture blinks 2 times. (Hold for hold approx. 2 seconds)
On the secondary dimmer:
1. Press & release recessed RESET button. (The secondary dimmer light fixture will blink 2 times)
2. Press & hold both (+) button and (-) button until both the primary dimmer light fixture and secondary dimmer light
fixture blink 2 times. (Hold for approx. 2 seconds)
For the additional dimmer(s):
1. Press & release recessed RESET button on the primary dimmer. (The primary dimmer light fixture will blink 2
times)
2. Press & hold (+) button until the primary dimmer light fixture blinks 2 times. (Hold for hold approx. 2 seconds)
3. Press & release recessed RESET button on third dimmer. (The third dimmer light fixture will blink 2
times)
4. Press & hold both (+) button and (-) button until both the primary dimmer light fixture and third dimmer light fixture
blink 2 times. (Hold for approx. 2 seconds)
Repeat steps 1 – 4 above to include all additional dimmers into the network.
Step 2 Associate (link) the dimmers
In this step, each dimmer will be first linked to the primary dimmer and then to each other.
On the primary dimmer:
1. Press & hold both (+) and (-) buttons until the primary dimmer light fixture blinks 2 times (hold approx. 2 seconds)
2. Press & release (+) button to put dimmer into ASSOCIATION ADD MODE. (Lights will blink 2 times)
3. On the next dimmer, press and release (+) button. Both primary and next dimmer light fixtures will blink two times.
These two dimmers are now associated.
Repeat these steps for associating each additional dimmer to the primary dimmer.
Now that each dimmer has been associated to the primary dimmer there are two options:
Option 1 – Leave set up as is. In this set up only the primary dimmer can be used to control all other dimmers.
Option 2 – Associate all dimmers so that any dimmer will control all others. Continue to Step 3.
Step 3 Associate (link) the additional dimmers
On the secondary dimmer:
1. Press & hold both (+) and (-) buttons until the secondary dimmer light fixture blinks 2 times (Hold approx. 2
seconds)
2. Press & release (+) button to put secondary dimmer into ASSOCIATION ADD MODE. (Lights will blink 2 times)
3. On the third dimmer, press and release (+) button. Both secondary and third dimmer will blink 2 times.
Step 3 will need to be repeated for all additional dimmers by associating each dimmer to all dimmers before it.
Example: If 5 dimmers are being used, dimmer #2 will need to be associated to dimmers 3, 4, & 5. Dimmer #3 will
need to be associated to dimmer 4 & 5, and dimmer #4 will need to be associated to dimmer 5.
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Option 5 – Include a 12357 dimmer into an existing Z-Wave network from a 3 party vendor
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Step 1 Place 3 party controller into “include” or “add” mode. (Refer to your controllerʼs owner manual)
Step 2 Include dimmer into the network
1. Using a small object such as a paper clip, press & release recessed RESET button. (The light fixture will blink 2
times)
2. Press & hold both (+) and (-) buttons until the light fixture blinks 2 times (Hold approx. 2 seconds)
DIMMER MODULE OPERATION
TURN LIGHTS ON: Momentarily press and release the (+) button on the dimmer module.
TURN LIGHTS OFF: Momentarily press and release the (-) button on the dimmer module.
INCREASE LIGHT LEVEL: Press and Hold the (+) button, release once desired light level is reached.
DECREASE LIGHT LEVEL: Press and Hold the (-) button, release once desired light level is reached.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Lights not working:
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Double check that all fixture, cable, and power connections are intact.
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Double check that power is on.
Continue getting 10 blinks while trying to program dimmers:
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Make sure to firmly press all buttons while going through the programming steps.
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Confirm that only one dimmer is being used as the “primary” dimmer.
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Reset dimmer(s) – see reset instructions under Additional Wireless Dimmer Programming Options.
ADDITIONAL WIRELESS DIMMER PROGRAMMING OPTIONS
Associations:
Once in the network, the dimmer can be associated with other devices in the Z-wave network. The Kichler Z-Wave
dimmer supports one (1) association group with a maximum of 5 devices. Basic Set and Multilevel Set commands are
sent to the associated devices in group 1 when the user operates the (+) and (-) buttons on the Kichler Z-Wave
dimmer.
Manufacturer ID: 0x0114
Product ID:
0x0101
Device Class:
Generic Type Switch Multilevel, Specific Type Not Used
Comman Classes Supported (in addition to COMMAND_CLASS_BASIC)
COMMAND_CLASS_MANUFACTURER_SPECIFIC
COMMAND_CLASS_ASSOCIATION
COMMAND_CLASS_SWITCH_MULTILEVEL
Remove an association to a dimmer:
On the primary dimmer:
1. Press and hold the (+) and (-) buttons until primary dimmer light fixture blinks 2 times. (Hold for approx. 2 seconds)
2. Press & release (-) button.
On the secondary dimmer (dimmer that is being un-associated):
1. Press & release (-) button. (Light fixture will blink 2 times)
Exclude a dimmer from the network:
On the primary dimmer:
1. Press & release recessed RESET button. (Primary dimmer light fixture will blink 2 times)
2. Press & hold (-) until the primary light fixture blinks 2 times. (Hold approx. 2 seconds)
On the secondary dimmer (dimmer that is being excluded):
1. Press & release recessed RESET button. (Secondary dimmer light fixture will blink 2 times)
2. Press & hold both (+) and (-) until both the primary and secondary dimmer light fixtures blink 2 times (Hold approx.
2 seconds)
Remove In-line Synchronization:
1. Press & hold the recessed RESET button on dimmer until attached lights blink 2 times. (Hold approx. 2 seconds)
2. Press the '+' button. (Lights will quickly turn off)
Reset Z-Wave Dimmer:
1. Press and hold the (+), (-) and recessed RESET buttons simultaneously until attached light fixture blinks 4 times.
Note:
When resetting a dimmer, it may also be necessary to unplug or remove power from the dimmer in order to reset the
“timing” in the dimmer.
Resetting the controller will clear the network and associations from the controller, as well as set the
configuration parameters back to the default factory settings.
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