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A PHILIPS COMPANY Lightolier Controls 2828 Trade Center Drive
A PHILIPS COMPANY
Lightolier Controls
2828 Trade Center Drive
Suite 130B
Carrollton, TX 75007
1-800-526-2731
www.lolcontrols.com
Intelligent Raceway is a registered trademark of Philips Controls.
All other brand or product names which may be mentioned in this manual are trademarks
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Entertainment
Technology
2828 Trade Center
Drive
A Genlyte
SuiteCompany
130B
10911 PetalTX
Street
Carrollton,
75007
Dallas,
TX 75238
1-800-526-2731
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This manual is for informational use only and is subject to change without notice. Entertainment Technology assumes no
responsibility or liability for any claims resulting from errors or inaccuracies that may appear in this manual.
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Intelligent Raceway Distributed Dimming System Installation Guide
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Intelligent Raceway
INSTALLATION GUIDE
PREFACE
1. About This Guide
The document provides installation and maintenance instructions for all configurations of the Intelligent Raceway
Distributed Dimming System. Please read all instructions before using this product.
Retain this guide for future reference.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING INSTALLATION. PLEASE READ!
This product is intended for installation in accordance with the National Electrical Code and local or Federal
code specifications. To ensure full compliance with all codes and regulations, check with your local electrical
inspector prior to installation. To prevent electrical shock, turn off power at fuse box before installation.
2. Additional Documentation
Additional information for the Intelligent Raceway Distributed Dimming System may be found in the following
Entertainment Technology document:
• 85-1243: Intelligent Raceway Distributed Dimming System Setup, Operation and Maintenance Guide
3. Customer Support
Entertainment Technology provides full technical/customer support for this product. Please contact us as follows:
1.800.223.9477
1-800-526-2731
[email protected]
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ABOUT THIS GUIDE
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4. Table of Contents
OVERVIEW
Installation and Checkout Sequence .......................................................................................................................3
COMPONENTS
Intelligent Raceway Distributed Dimming System ................................................................................................4
Raceway Control Module .......................................................................................................................................5
Dimmer Modules ....................................................................................................................................................5
MECHANICAL CONSIDERATIONS
Tools and Supplies ..................................................................................................................................................6
Installation Location ...............................................................................................................................................6
Wire Routing ..........................................................................................................................................................7
Wire Recommendations ..........................................................................................................................................7
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
Connecting Sections ...............................................................................................................................................8
Mounting the Unit ..................................................................................................................................................8
Connecting Power Wiring ....................................................................................................................................10
Connecting Control Wiring ..................................................................................................................................12
Installing Cable Tray (if applicable) .....................................................................................................................13
Complete and Test ................................................................................................................................................13
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Replacing a Dimmer Module ................................................................................................................................14
APPENDIX A.
Raceway Dimmer DIP Switch Settings ................................................................................................................15
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OVERVIEW
1. Installation and Checkout Sequence
The Intelligent Raceway Distributed Dimming System is shipped from the factory in a ready-to-install
configuration. The following steps will be required to successfully install the unit(s) at your location:
1 Unpack and Inspect
Remove all components from shipping container(s) and inspect for damage. Compare the equipment you received to
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the packing list. If these do not match, contact Entertainment Technology Customer Service at: 1-800-223-9477
2 Review ALL Instructions
Read this entire installation guide before you start the installation.
3 Gather Tools
Obtain all tools and supplies listed in "Tools and Supplies" on page 6.
4 Choose Appropriate Installation Location
Ensure installation location meets the requirements listed in "Installation Location" on page 6.
5 Plan Wire Routing
Decide where line and control wiring will enter the unit.
6 Install Unit
Following the instructions provided in "INSTALLATION PROCEDURE" on page 8, mount and wire the unit.
7 Checkout
Perform the steps listed in "Complete and Test" on page 13 to ensure that the unit has been properly installed.
8 Call For Approval
Do not energize the Intelligent Raceway Distributed Dimming System until the wiring has been approved by an
authorized technician. Call Entertainment Technology to schedule an Engineering Checkout.
INSTALLATION AND CHECKOUT SEQUENCE
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COMPONENTS
1. Intelligent Raceway Distributed Dimming System
The Intelligent Raceway Distributed Dimming System - up to 96 feet long - contains one Raceway Control Module
(RCM), up to forty-eight 20A Dual Dimmer Modules, and at least one Power Terminal Box (PTB). The number of
Power Terminal Boxes is determined by the location and the number of necessary power feeds.
Hanger Bracket
- six types available
Power Feed Multi-conductor
Cable w/ Strain Relief (optional)
Raceway Control
Module (RCM)
Flush Receptacle
(choice of stage pin, twistlock
or straight blade connectors)
A
C
Power Terminal Box (PTB)
- see detail below
Control Cable
Tray (optional)
FRONT VIEW
Focus Button /
LED Indicator
DMX512 In/Thru Connectors,
RJ-45 Ethernet Connector &
Serial Connector (diagnostic)
Dual Dimmer Module
(2400W total)
Pigtail Receptacle - Standard Length 18"
(choice of stage pin, twistlock or straight
blade connector)
B
EXAMPLE CONFIGURATION
Raceway Components May Vary
1-1/2" Schedule 40
Pipe (not provided)
A
B
SIDE VIEW
C
Power Terminal Box Interior View (Typical)
Input
Power
Feed
Output Power Wiring
(pre-wired at factory)
Ground Terminal
See next page
for detail illustrations
Input Power Terminals
Note: All components are pre-wired
at the factory except terminal box
line input connections.
Figure 1: Intelligent Raceway Component Overview
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COMPONENTS
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2. Raceway Control Module
The Raceway Control Module (RCM) is used to configure the Intelligent Raceway Distributed Dimming System.
Connectors at the RCM side panel accept control and diagnostic inputs: one RJ-45 Ethernet input, one DMX In, one
DMX Out/Thru, and one serial port.
A
IPS-IRW
Industrial Control Equipment
Caution: Disconnect power before removing panels
No Field Servicable Components
20A, 120V, 50/60Hz, 2400W Max Per Dual Dimmer Module
Tungsten; Other Loads Contact Factory
Type 1 Enclosure
Covere
C
B
UL
R
Escape
Button
ESCAPE
Serial Port
Menu Navigation
and Enter Buttons
Menu
Display
R
A
C
E
W
A
Y
Status
LEDs
Ethernet
Port
DMX512 In
DMX512-Over-Ethernet Output
(Pathport Enabled Units)
- or DMX512 Thru
(DMX Only Units)
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FRONT VIEW
SIDE VIEW
Figure 2: RCM Component Detail
3. Dimmer Modules
Intelligent Raceway Dimmer Modules contain one 20A dual dimmer with 20A (2400W) power shared between two
outlets. Each dual dimmer module includes two Focus/LED Indicator buttons, which function as both focus
adjustment controls and status indicators.
C
Focus Button /
LED Indicator
Figure 3: Dimmer Module Detail
RACEWAY CONTROL MODULE
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MECHANICAL CONSIDERATIONS
1. Tools and Supplies
The following tools and supplies will be required:
• Phillips and slotted screwdrivers
• Adjustable open-ended wrench
• Ratchet and assorted socket set
• Wire cutter and stripper
• Cable/box connectors and fittings
• Digital voltmeter / RMS
• Hammer (for terminal box knock-out holes)
Note: This is a basic list. Depending on your specific installation, additional tools may be required.
2. Installation Location
The location planned for installation MUST meet the following requirements:
• Weight Load Capacity - The Intelligent Raceway should be installed using mounting brackets with sufficient load
capacity to support it. Choose one of six approved mounting configurations. Refer to "Mounting the Unit" on
page 8.
• Ventilation Allowance - The room must have sufficient space to allow air to circulate and cool. The Intelligent
Raceway must have a minimum of 12 inches of clear space above it to allow for proper convection cooling.
• Indoor Use Only - The Intelligent Raceway is rated for indoor use only.
• Dry Locations Only - The Intelligent Raceway can only be installed in an "office clean" area that is never exposed
to moisture of any kind. Entertainment Technology is not responsible for damage to equipment caused by paint,
dust, solvents or cleaning supplies.
CAUTION: Refer to National Electrical Code and local codes to determine whether additional requirements must
be met.
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3. Wire Routing
Before deciding a final mounting position, consider all wire routing as follows:
• Line power wiring may enter the unit through the top or side of the Power Terminal Box. Refer to "Intelligent
Raceway Distributed Dimming System" on page 4.
• DMX512 and Ethernet connectors are located on the Raceway Control Module (RCM). Refer to
"Raceway Control Module" on page 5.
Note: The RCM does not contain any field serviceable components.
WARNING! You must have access to a main circuit breaker or other power disconnect devices in order to install any
wiring. Failure to disconnect power before installing or servicing the unit may result in injury.
4. Wire Recommendations
• For control wire-type recommendations, refer to your job drawings as prepared by Entertainment Technology.
• For power wire-type recommendations, refer to Entertainment Technology drawings, to contract drawings, and
applicable codes.
WIRE ROUTING
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
1. Connecting Sections
Before mounting the Intelligent Raceway, it will be necessary to connect all modular sections. Sections are
connected using three metal connector plates and screws (provided). Refer to Figure 4 below.
Connector Plates
10-32 Screw (eight per plate)
Intelligent Raceway Section
Intelligent Raceway Section
Note: Some components and
wiring not shown for clarity.
Figure 4: Connecting Modular Sections
2. Mounting the Unit
The Intelligent Raceway can be mounted in one of six configurations depending on your specific requirements.
Regardless of type, brackets cannot be spaced more than 5 feet apart per National Electrical Code.
Single-Pipe Methods
The IRW-SPOH Single-Pipe Overhung Hanger Bracket is used to attach an Intelligent Raceway to a single 1-1/2"
schedule 40 pipe with no additional overhead support.
The IRW-SGLPIPE Single-Pipe Rigged Hanger Bracket is used to suspend a single 1-1/2" schedule 40 pipe and an
Intelligent Raceway from a rigging system or a ceiling.
1 Single-Pipe Overhung Hanger Bracket
2 Single-Pipe Rigged Hanger Bracket
Single-Pipe Rigged
Hanger Bracket (IRW-SGLPIPE)
Single-Pipe Overhung
Hanger Bracket (IRW-SPOH)
CAUTION:
Brackets must be
spaced every five
feet or less per
NEC requirements.
1-1/2" Schedule 40
Pipe (not provided)
1-1/2" Schedule 40
Pipe (not provided)
Figure 5: Single-Pipe Methods
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Double-Pipe Methods
The IRW-DBHOS Double-Pipe Offset Hanger Bracket is used to attach an Intelligent Raceway to two 1-1/2"
schedule 40 pipes with no additional overhead support. Components are supported in an offset position in front of the
two battens.
The IRW-DBLPIPE Double-Pipe Rigged Hanger Bracket is used to suspend two 1-1/2" schedule 40 pipes and an
Intelligent Raceway from a rigging system. Components are supported midway between the two battens.
3 Double-Pipe Offset Hanger Bracket
4 Double-Pipe Rigged Hanger Bracket
Double-Pipe Rigged
Hanger Bracket (IRW-DBLPIPE)
Double-Pipe Offset
Hanger Bracket (IRW-DBHOS)
CAUTION:
Brackets must be
spaced every five
feet or less per
NEC requirements.
1-1/2" Schedule 40
Pipe (not provided)
1-1/2" Schedule 40
Pipe (not provided)
Figure 6: Double-Pipe Methods
Threaded Rod and Wall Mount Methods
The IRW-SPTR Threaded Rod Bracket is used to suspend one 1-1/2" schedule 40 pipe and an Intelligent Raceway
from a rigging system using threaded rod support.
The IRW-WALLMT Wall Mount Hanger Bracket is used to permanently mount an Intelligent Raceway to a wall.
5 Threaded Rod Bracket
6 Wall Mount Hanger Bracket
Threaded Rod Bracket
(IRW-SPTR)
Wall Mount
Hanger Bracket
(IRW-WALLMT)
CAUTION:
Brackets must be
spaced every five
feet or less per
NEC requirements.
1-1/2" Schedule 40
Pipe (not provided)
Figure 7: Threaded Rod and Wall Mount Methods
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3. Connecting Power Wiring
The Intelligent Raceway is designed to be wired from the top or side of the Power Terminal Box (see Figure 9 on
next page). Eight knock-out holes are provided (four on top, two on each side) for this purpose. We recommend
connecting the Line Power wiring and Grounds (if applicable) first, and the Load Neutral and Load Hot wires last.
Refer to Figure 8 below for wiring key.
NOTE:
For reference only. Unit is pre-wired at factory.
1ο 2 Wire
120 VAC
20 Amp Aux Circuit
(if applicable)
3ο 4 Wire
120/208 VAC
20 Amp Circuits
(Sixth module not used in this
example - terminals always
provided in 3ο 4 wire blocks.
Label on Terminal Strip #’s correspond to module ID
208 VAC
20 Amp
Aux Circuit
(if applicable)
Neutral
for
1, 2, 3
Neutral
for
4, 5, 6
Circuit schedule
from -900 Series
detail drawing
Dimmer Numbers
Aux Ckt Numbers from Panelboard
(this shows 1: 1-Pole and 1: 2-Pole)
Figure 8: Terminal Box Wiring Key
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Line Power
WARNING! You must have access to a main circuit breaker or other power disconnect devices in order to install any
wiring. Failure to disconnect power before installing or servicing the unit may result in injury.
WARNING! Refer to National Electrical Code and local codes for cable specifications. Failure to use proper cable can
result in damage to equipment or danger to persons.
CAUTION: Wire openings MUST have fittings or lining to protect wires/cables from damage.
CAUTION: Use 90° C copper wire only!
To connect Line Power:
Step 1. Turn off all power at main breaker or
disconnect device.
Step 2. Route line power wiring from power source to
top or side of terminal box (Figure 9).
Terminal Box
Terminal Box Cover
Input Hole
Screw
Step 3. Remove terminal box cover.
Step 4. Punch holes as required and install conduit
fittings or lining materials into opening.
Step 5. Feed line power cables through prepared
openings.
Step 6. At end of each cable, strip insulation as
appropriate.
Step 7. Dress all wires to back of box.
Figure 9: Removing Terminal Box Cover
Step 8. At appropriate lugs, terminate Phase, Neutral and Ground wires. Line connections are color coded as
follows:
Wire
Color
Phase A
Black
Phase B
Red
Phase C
Blue
CAUTION: Failure to use proper torque setting will cause premature equipment failure.
Step 9. Tighten lug set screws to proper torque settings as provided by label inside terminal box.
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4. Connecting Control Wiring
DMX512 data cables must have two twisted pairs and a shield. It is also
recommended that cables meet all other USITT specification
requirements. Refer to job drawings as prepared by Entertainment
Technology.
Single Intelligent Raceway
OUT
DMX
ETHERNET
IN
At RCM side panel, connect required DMX512 and/or Ethernet control
cabling to one or multiple units (Figure 10). For DMX512, termination
is required at the RCM unit in the data link.
DIAGNOSTIC
Ethernet In
Terminator
DMX512 In
Multiple Intelligent Raceways
OUT
DMX
ETHERNET
IN
OUT
DIAGNOSTIC
DMX
IN
ETHERNET
OUT
DMX
IN
ETHERNET
DIAGNOSTIC
Ethernet In
Ethernet In
DMX512 In
DIAGNOSTIC
Terminator
Ethernet In
DMX512 Thru
DMX512 Thru
Figure 10: Connecting Control Cabling
Master/Remote Configuration
Control of multiple Intelligent Raceway sections can also be achieved using a master/remote configuration. In this
setup, each section is wired individually for power, but control is wired using a special XLR data jumper cable, which
passes on the control signal from the master unit to any number of subsequent remote units (48 dimmer module
maximum). An example configuration is show in Figure 11 below.
control device
power feed
Power
special jumper cable
Control
Section 1 - Master
power feed
special jumper cable
Power
Section 2 - Remote
power feed
Power
Section 3 - Remote
Figure 11: Master/Remote Control Configuration
For specific details regarding master/remote wiring configurations, refer to your job drawings as prepared by
Entertainment Technology.
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5. Installing Cable Tray (if applicable)
Once the Intelligent Raceway is mounted, install the cable tray (basket) if this optional component has been
included. The cable tray is installed using the appropriate holes at the top of the unit. Dress control cables in cable
tray as required.
Cable Tray (optional)
Screw Holes are provided on Top of Intelligent
Raceway to Secure Cable Tray Clips
Bend tabs
to secure tray
Screw installed through Clip into
Intelligent Raceway Top Cover
(Screws are provided with Cable Tray)
Cable Tray Clips
Figure 12: Installing Cable Tray Finish and Test
6. Complete and Test
After the unit is mounted and wired, use the following procedures to finish out the installation and test for proper
connection.
1 Clean
Remove all metal pieces, shavings and wire scraps from Power Terminal Box. Vacuum out any dust or dirt.
2 Double Check Terminations
Check for loose connectors, improperly torqued terminations, bare wires, and damaged insulation.
3 Check Line Power Wiring
Using a digital voltmeter, check resistance between phases. The following results are typical:
• Resistance phase to phase should be 10 MΩ or higher.
• Resistance all phases to ground should be 10 MΩ or higher.
• Resistance neutral to ground should be 0Ω.
• Resistance phase to neutral should be 10Ω or higher.
4 Call For Approval
Do not energize your Intelligent Raceway until the wiring has been approved by an authorized technician. Call
Entertainment Technology to schedule an Engineering Checkout.
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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
1. Replacing a Dimmer Module
Raceway dimmer modules are easy to remove or insert.
WARNING! Failure to disconnect power before servicing may result in injury.
To replace a dimmer module:
Step 1. Turn off all power to Intelligent Raceway Distributed Dimming System.
Step 2. At dimmer module, loosen four screws and partially remove from system (Figure 13).
Step 3. Disconnect all wiring and completely remove module.
Step 4. At new dimmer module, set DIP switches to same address as previous module (indicated on dimmer module
back panel label). Note: The address must exactly match the address of the dimmer being replaced. Failure
to re-address the new dimmer will result in improper operation.
Step 5. Connect three Neutral connections, 1 Line, Load A and Load B to new dimmer module.
Step 6. Insert new module into Raceway and replace four mounting screws.
Step 7. Power up and test.
Control Wiring Connection
(Low Voltage)
Load/Line/Neutral Connections
Intelligent Raceway Section
Screw (4 each)
DIP Switches
Dimmer Module
Dimmer Back Panel
Line and Neutral
Load A and B
DIP Switches
ON
OFF
L
A
B
N
N
Module Address
12
↑
Control Input
Warning
N
DIP Switch Setting
Label
Figure 13: Removing and Replacing a Dimmer Module
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APPENDIX A.
1. Intelligent Raceway Dimmer DIP Switch Settings
Module 1
Dimmer 1-2
Module 2
Dimmer 3-4
Module 3
Dimmer 5-6
Module 4
Dimmer 7-8
Module 5
Dimmer 9-10
Module 6
Dimmer 11-12
Module 7
Dimmer 13-14
Module 8
Dimmer 15-16
Module 9
Dimmer 17-18
Module 10
Dimmer 19-20
Module 11
Dimmer 21-22
Module 12
Dimmer 23-24
Module 13
Dimmer 25-26
Module 14
Dimmer 27-28
Module 15
Dimmer 29-30
Module 16
Dimmer 31-32
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
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5
6
7
8
1
2
3
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7
8
1
2
3
4
5
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7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Module 17
Dimmer 33-34
Module 18
Dimmer 35-36
Module 19
Dimmer 37-38
Module 20
Dimmer 39-40
Module 21
Dimmer 42-42
Module 22
Dimmer 43-44
Module 23
Dimmer 45-46
Module 24
Dimmer 47-48
Module 25
Dimmer 49-50
Module 26
Dimmer 51-52
Module 27
Dimmer 53-54
Module 28
Dimmer 55-56
Module 29
Dimmer 57-58
Module 30
Dimmer 59-60
Module 31
Dimmer 61-62
Module 32
Dimmer 63-64
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
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8
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3
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8
Figure 14: Dimmer DIP Switch Setting Chart (Part 1)
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Module 33
Dimmer 65-66
Module 34
Dimmer 67-68
Module 35
Dimmer 69-70
Module 36
Dimmer 71-72
Module 37
Dimmer 73-74
Module 38
Dimmer 75-76
Module 39
Dimmer 77-78
Module 40
Dimmer 79-80
Module 41
Dimmer 81-82
Module 42
Dimmer 83-84
Module 43
Dimmer 85-86
Module 44
Dimmer 87-88
Module 45
Dimmer 89-90
Module 46
Dimmer 91-92
Module 47
Dimmer 93-94
Module 48
Dimmer 95-96
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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2
3
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Module ??
x
Dimmer ??-?? x
2
x
x
3
x
x
4
x
x
5
x
x
6
x
x
7
8
Note: Last module in network must have DIP
switches 7 and 8 set to the UP position. (All
other modules on the network have their DIP
switches 7 and 8 set to the DOWN position.)
Figure 15: Dimmer DIP Switch Setting Chart (Part 2)
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THREE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
The Philips Controls product, when properly installed and under normal conditions of use (without
overload, abuse or alteration), is warranted to you, the original user, for a period of three years form
the date of original retail purchase, to be free from defects in materials and workmanship. If during the
warranty period you believe the purchased product or any part thereof has such a defect, you must return
the product (or part) at your cost during such period, with proof of purchase (or if installed by a thirdparty a written explanation of installation transaction with proof of date), to Philips Controls, 2828 Trade
Center Dr. Ste. 130B, Carrollton, TX 75007, for repair or replacement (or to an authorized Philips Controls
supplier which agrees in advance to handle the return and replacement by factory authorization). If the
product or part is found by Philips Controls to have been defective in material or workmanship it will be
repaired or replaced (as deemed necessary by Philips Controls), and the replacement will be returned to
you free of charge. The original user is solely responsible for any costs associated with removal and reinstallation of the product and shipping to Philips Controls or its authorized supplier.
PHILIPS CONTROLS LIMITS THE DURATION OF THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT TO THE LIMITED WARRANTY
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, AND OTHERWISE DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES
WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT AND ITS PARTS. Some states disallow certain limitations on
implied warranties so you should consult your state law if you have a questions regarding this limitation
and disclaimer. Philips Controls disclaims any and all liability for incidental, consequential, special or
indirect damage arising out of any claimed breach of warranty or otherwise. However, some states do not
allow exclusion or limitation of such damages, so this disclaimer may not apply to you.
The remedy provided in the Limited Warranty for defective products is the user’s sole and exclusive
remedy, subject to your state law. Further, this Warranty gives the user specific legal rights, and the user
may also have other rights which may vary from state to state.
If you believe warranty claim is warranted, you may contact your nearest authorized Philips Controls
supplier. If one does not exist in your area, please contact Philips Controls Customer Service at the above
address (or at 1-800-526-2731), or please visit us at www.lolcontrols.com.
We reserve the right to change details of design, materials and finish in any way that will not alter the
installed appearance or reduce function performance. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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For technical/sales assistance call:
+1-800-526-2731 (In the United States and Canada)
Lightolier Controls
2828 Trade Center Drive, Suite 130B
Carrollton, Texas 75007
www.lolcontrols.com
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