Solutions for Upgrading from HomeWorks Illumination to

Solutions for Upgrading from HomeWorks Illumination to
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Revision D
August 2015
Solutions for Upgrading from
HomeWorks® Illumination to HomeWorks® QS
The following guide has been developed to assist those interested in upgrading an existing HomeWorks®
Illumination (HWI) system to a HomeWorks® QS (HWQS) system.
HWQS Compatibility with HWI Equipment:
To simplify the upgrade process, HWQS is compatible with some HWI devices. See the table below for more
information and how this will affect upgrades.
HWI Link / Devices
Panel link
HWI keypads
Wired Maestro®
dimmers (H48)
HomeWorks® Vareo®
dimmers (D48)
GRAFIK Eye® control
units / WPMs
Sivoia QED® shades
(Q96)
HWI RF link
Supported by
Notes
HomeWorks® QS?
Yes
Older modules and module interfaces may need to be replaced to maintain
compatibility with HWQS (see Section 1B).
Yes
Available for HWQS version 8.0 or greater and with the purchase of an HWI
keypad link license and an HWI link translator.
Yes
Additional interface boards may be required.
No
No
Yes
No
To maintain local dimming and connection to the system, dimmers and
D48 interface must be replaced by wireless HWQS Maestro® dimmers (with
use of RF link) or by wired Maestro® dimmers and an H48 interface.
Devices must be replaced with GRAFIK Eye® QS (QSG) / WPMs.
Consolidation of links used with QSG may be possible.
Available for HWQS version 9.0 or greater and with the purchase of a HWI
QED link license.
Devices must be replaced with HWQS RF devices.
Additional Considerations:
• Systems with more than 5 Processors - For HWI systems that have > 5 HWI processors, contact
HWSupport@lutron.com for additional guidance in completing your upgrade.
• Database Update - The database used by the HWI processor is NOT compatible with HWQS processors.
A new database must be created to commission the HWQS system.
Table of Contents:
This guide is divided into two sections; (1). Upgrade design - Considerations for and how to design your system
upgrade and (2). Upgrade installation guides - How to install your new HWQS system into your existing HWI
panels.
Section 1. Upgrade Design
1A.
Processor Selection – Mapping HWI processor to HWQS
1B.
Panel Link
1C.
HWI Keypad Link
1D.
Interprocessor Link
1E.
H48/Q96 Link
1F.
Integration Links (RS232 and Contact Closure Input (CCI) integration)
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Section 2. Upgrade Installation Guides
2A.
Installing HWQS Processors in an HWI-PNL-8 Panel
2B.
Installing HWQS Processors in an HWI-LV32 Enclosure
2C.
Upgrade Installation Checklist
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Section 1A: Processor Selection - Mapping HWI Processors to HWQS
Upgrading HWI Systems with 8-Series Processors (with MI Link) to HWQS
Applicable to these HWI processors:
H8P5-MIH8P5-MI-H48- *
H8P5-MI-D48- **
Up to 2 HWQS processors and
1 module interface enclosed in an
existing HWI-PNL-8 panel (see Section
2A for installation instructions)
Existing 8-Series HWI processor in
an HWI-PNL-8 panel
22.5 - 25 V
22.5 - 25 V
Interprocessor Link
(Link 2 - see Section 1D)
RS232 Adapters
(Links 3 & 7 - if needed,
see Section 1F
CCI Link
Link
4
(see Section
1F)
Link
6
MI
Link
Configurable Links
MI Link
Link
5
(Link 1)
Link
8
Link
4/5/6/8
Link
4/5/6/8
Link
4/5/6/8
Interprocessor
Link (Link 2)
If 4th configurable link is required...
One additional HWQS processor
enclosed in an HWI-LV14
enclosure required
RS232
Ports (x2)
(Links 3 & 7)
* See Section 1E for additional considerations.
** Controls and D48 interface must be replaced by
wireless HWQS Maestro® controls (with use of an
RF link) or by wired Maestro® controls and an H48
interface (see Section 1E).
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Section 1A: Processor Selection - Mapping HWI Processors to HWQS
Upgrading HWI Systems with 8-Series Processors (without MI Link) to HWQS
Applicable to these HWI processors:
H8P5H8P5-H48- *
H8P5-D48- **
Existing 8-Series HWI processor in
an HWI-LV32 enclosure
Up to 2 HWQS processors in an
existing HWI-LV32 enclosure (see
Section 2B for installation instructions)
L(+) N(-)
120 - 240 V
Input / Entrada / Entrée
L(+) N(-)
24 V
Output / Salida / Sortie
120 - 240 V
Input / Entrada / Entrée
22.5 - 25 V
24 V
Output / Salida / Sortie
22.5 - 25 V
Interprocessor Link
(Link 2 - see Section 1D)
RS232 Adapters
(Links 3 & 7 - if needed,
see Section 1F)
Link
4
CCI Link
Link
4/5/6/8
Link
6
(see Section 1F)
Configurable Links
Link
5
RS232
Ports (x2)
Link
8
Link
4/5/6/8
Link
4/5/6/8
Link
4/5/6/8
(Links 3 & 7)
Interprocessor
Link
(Link 2)
* See Section 1E for additional considerations.
** Controls and D48 interface must be replaced by
wireless HWQS Maestro® controls (with use of an
RF link) or by wired Maestro® controls and an H48
interface (see Section 1E).
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Section 1A: Processor Selection - Mapping HWI Processors to HWQS
Upgrading HWI Systems with 4-Series Processors to HWQS Processors
Applicable to these HWI processors:
H4P5H4P5-H48- *
H4P5-H48-HRL- *
H4P5-HRLExisting 4-Series HWI processor
in an HWI-LV24 enclosure
Up to 2 HWQS processors enclosed
in an HWI-LV21 enclosure
(Existing HWI-LV24 enclosure cannot be used
for mounting HWQS processors)
L(+) N(-)
120 - 240 V
Input / Entrada / Entrée
L(+) N(-)
24 V
Output / Salida / Sortie
120 - 240 V
Input / Entrada / Entrée
22.5 - 25 V
24 V
Output / Salida / Sortie
22.5 - 25 V
Interprocessor Link
(Link 2 - see Section 1D)
RS232 Adapters
(Link 3 - if needed, see
Section 1F)
Link
4/5/6/8
RS232 Port
Link
4/5/6/8
Link
4/5/6/8
Link
4/5/6/8
(Link 3)
Interprocessor Link
(Link 2)
Link
5
Link
4
Hybrid Repeater Link
(Link 8)
Link
6
Configurable Links
* See Section 1E for additional considerations.
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Section 1B: Panel Link Considerations
N/C
HomeWorks® QS
Power Panel Link
Up to 16 addresses total
Additional Considerations: Lutron recommends replacing all RPM and MI modules built prior to 2003 (Date
Code: L01 or older). If these modules are not replaced, the following issues may occur:
- Fade rates may be different between older RPM modules and the newer modules.
- Compatibility issues may occur between the HWI-MI module and the HWQS processor.
RPM-4U with WHITE label
(manufactured prior to 2003)
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(manufactured 2003 and later)
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Section 1C: HWI Keypad Link
In order to allow integration of HWI keypads and contact closure interfaces (HWI-CCO & HWI-CCI) with your
upgraded HWQS system, the following is required:
• HWQS software version 8.0 or later with an HWI keypad link license (HQ-HWI-KP-SW — purchase required)
• HWI link translator (HQ-HWI-LX — purchase required)
• 15 V- power supply to power HWI keypads & contact closure interfaces
NOTICE: HOMEWORKS® ILLUMINATION KEYPADS AND CONTACT CLOSURE INTERFACES MUST BE RUN AT
THE SPECIFIED 15 V- INPUT VOLTAGE. ATTEMPTING TO RUN THESE DEVICES USING THE 24 V- HWQS
POWER SUPPLIES WILL RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE DEVICE.
Lutron has the following 15 V- power supplies available that can be used to replace the on-board power supply
used with the HWI processor. Any additional 15 V- power supplies already installed to power the HWI keypads
should continue to be used to power those keypads in the upgraded system.
Power Supply Model Numbers
PPS1-120-15DC-3A
T120-15DC-9-BL
PPS1-230-15DC-3A
TE240-15DC-9-BL
TU240-15DC-9-BL
Wall-Mount or Plug-In? Input Voltage (V) ~ MAX# LEDs Powered
Wall-mount
120
500
Plug-in
120
150
Wall-mount
230
500
Plug-in
230
150
Plug-in
230
150
Additional 15 V- power supplies are also available through other manufacturers. If a non-Lutron manufactured
power supply is used, it should be rated for 15 V- (+/– .5 V), 2.5 A or greater, and mounted externally from the
panel. Lutron does not guarantee the performance or compatibility of any non-Lutron manufactured product and
assumes no responsibility or liability with respect to such products. Lutron does not endorse or recommend the
use of any non-Lutron manufactured power supply.
Wiring Diagram 1: Wiring of HWI Keypad Link with PPS1 Power Supply
From QSPS power supply
5: Ground
4: L2 (link 2) power
3: L1 (link 1) power
2: P (processor) power
1: COM
PPS1 15 V- Supply
To
additional
keypads
or contact
closure
interfaces
Out to
Keypad
Link
1
2
3
4
5
4
3
2
1
1 2 3 4 5
COM
24 VMUX
_
1 2 3 4
In from
Processor
_
MUX
N/C
COM
4 Wires (COM, 15 V-, MUX, _)
HQ-HWI-LX
HWI Link Translator
(Required for conditioning communication signals to HWQS processor such
that commands can be sent by HWI keypads and contact closure interfaces.)
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Section 1C: HWI Keypad Link
Wiring Diagram 2: Wiring of HWI Keypad Link with T120 / TE240 / TU240-15DC-9-BL or other external power supplies
From QSPS power supply
5: Ground
4: L2 (link 2) power
3: L1 (link 1) power
2: P (processor) power
1: COM
1 2 3 4
_
1
2
3
4
5
4
3
2
1
1 2 3 45
COM
24 VMUX
_
MUX
N/C
COM
T120 / TE240 / TU240 or other
external 15 V- power supplies
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Section 1D: Interprocessor Link
To connect multiple HWQS processors together, the original 4-conductor Lutron® cable will be replaced by
CAT5/5E Ethernet Cable. The system can be networked in the following ways:
Standard Networking: Connection using an Ethernet hub/switch/router
HQ-LV21 panel with
2 HomeWorks® QS processors
L(+) N(-)
120 - 240 V
Input / Entrada / Entrée
L(+) N(-)
24 V
Output / Salida / Sortie
120 - 240 V
Input / Entrada / Entrée
24 V
Output / Salida / Sortie
22.5 - 25 V
22.5 - 25 V
Ethernet cable:
Cat5/Cat5e
328 ft (100 m) maximum per home run
HomeWorks® QS
processors
Ethernet Router
WAN
LAN
Laptop PC
Ethernet cable:
Cat5/Cat5e
328 ft (100 m) maximum per home run
HomeWorks® QS
processor
Ad-Hoc Networking: Direct Ethernet connection from PC to processors
Ethernet cable:
Cat5/Cat5e
328 ft (100 m) maximum each run
328 ft (100 m) max
328 ft (100 m) max
328 ft (100 m) max
Laptop PC
HomeWorks® QS
processor
HomeWorks® QS
processor
HomeWorks® QS
processor
Up to 5 processors can be daisy-chained
(See the Networking Guide application note on the
HomeWorks® resource site for more information)
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Section 1E: H48/Q96 Link
External H48 Interface Mounting
For HWI processors that included an integrated HWI-H48 Interface (H8P5-MI-H48-, H8P5-H48-, H4P5-H48-,
or H4P5-H48-HRL-), a separate HWI-H48 interface board will be required to connect to the wired Maestro®
dimmers. A separate HWI-H48 interface board will also be required if replacing an HWI-D48 interface (integrated
or separate). If space for an HWI-H48 interface board is not already available in an existing enclosure, the
HWI-H48 interface board can be mounted externally in an HWI-LV17 enclosure as shown.
From QSPS power supply
5: Ground
4: L2 (link 2) power
3: L1 (link 1) power
2: P (processor) power
1: COM
For wire runs of 50 ft (15.25 m) or more
between the processor and interface(s),
a Link Translator (HQ-HWI-LX) and
Link Terminator are required.
H-48 Link
Link terminator
MUX MUX N/C COM
MUX
MUX
N/C
COM
1 2 3 4
1
2
3
4
5
4
3
2
1
1 2 3 4 5
COM
24 VMUX
MUX
Note: Link terminator
must be
connected to the
last HWI-H48
Dimmer Interface
board on the link.
HQ-HWI-LX
HWI Link Translator
LT-1 Terminal Block
Up to 8
Maestro®
dimmers
HWI-H48 interface board
mounted in an HWI-LV17
enclosure
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Section 1E: H48/Q96 Link
To integrate Sivoia QED® shades with an HWQS system, the following are required:
• HWQS software version 9.0 or later with a Sivoia QED® link license (HQ-HWI-Q96-SW [purchase required])
• Maintenance of existing power infrastructure for Sivoia QED® shades and HWI-Q96 interfaces.
Note: Sivoia QED® shades and HWI-Q96 interfaces do not use 24 V- power supply as HWQS systems do.
Processor
HWI-Q96
COM
12 VMUX
MUX
15 V-
1
2
3
4
5
4
3
2
1
1 2 3 4 5
MUX
1 2 3 4
HQ-HWI-LX
Link Translator*
COM
V+
MUX
MUX
MUX
}
Sivoia QED® Communication Link
COM
12 V~
Do not connect
HWI-H48
Link Terminator Block Wiring
}
To Processor or next
H48 Dimmer Interface
COM
Link Terminator*,**
HWI-H48
Link Terminal Block
MUX
MUX
Do not connect
* Required when the wire-run distance between Processor and Q96 or H48 interfaces exceeds 50 ft (15.25 m).
** Must be connected to the last HWI-H48 Dimmer Interface board on the link.
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Section 1F: Integration Links
Contact Closure Integration
If utilizing the integrated contact closure input on the HWI processor, there are a few options available to utilize
contact closure interfaces with the HWQS system.
• If an HWQS link is available, the following contact closure interfaces maybe used on this link to interface with the
HWQS processor:
a. QSE-IO
b. HWQS keypad
c. QSE-CI-WCI
d. HQR-VCRX-WH
• If customer has the HWI keypad link enabled and has the following interfaces already installed, they may be used
on this link to interface with the HWQS processor:
a. HWI-CCI-8
b. HWI seeTouchR keypad
RS232 Integration
For customers integrating devices using serial connections, these devices can be integrated to the HWQS
processor through the use of a serial to Ethernet converter. Please see the HomeWorks® QS Integration with
RS232 and Ethernet Devices application note on the HomeWorks® resource site for more information.
To Third-Party Device
RS232 to
Ethernet
Converter
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Section 2A: HWI Processor Upgrade to HWQS for HWI-PNL-8 Panel Installations
HWQS Processor Layout and Installation Instructions
The following pages describe how to install HWQS processors into HWI-PNL-8 panels that do not have the
modifications required to install the necessary components. Most HWI-PNL-8 panels that shipped after November
15th, 2011 (date code U48 located in the upper right inside corner) will have the necessary modifications. Two
harnesses connected to the bottom set of terminal blocks will indicate if the panel is new (legacy panels have just
one harness).
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What you will need for this process:
PNL-8-PWRKIT — For mounting HWQS power supply(s) (up to 2)
QSPS-DH-1-75 or QSPS-DH-1-60 — HWQS power supply(s) (up to 2)
HQP6-2 — HWQS processor(s) (up to 2)
HWI-MI-120 or HWI-MI-230 (depending on supply voltage) — Module interface for interfacing between HWQS
processor and RPM modules
Drill and #29 drill bit 0.136 in (3.5 mm) diameter (The closest fractional bit is 9/64 in (3.5 mm). This is acceptable to use
if necessary; tighten screws to 17 in-lb [1.97 N·m] maximum)
Tape measure
! WARNING! Shock hazard. May result in serious injury or death. Turn off power before installing components.
1. Disconnect and remove HWI processor.
2. Mount module interface to panel and connect power harnesses.
3. Using the illustration below, mount the PowerKit (PNL-8-PWRKIT) into the existing HWI-PNL-8 panel.
See the following page for mounting the assembly cover.
• Allow 2 in (50 mm) of space
between the top of the keyhole and
the top of the breaker
2 in
(50 mm)
• Push assembly to the left so the DIN
rail is flush to the inside edge of the
panel
• Drill two 0.136 in (3.5 mm) holes
and secure with screw and washer
in each location (screws and
washers included with assembly)
Mounting PowerKit assembly into HWI-PNL-8 panel
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Section 2A: HWI Processor Upgrade to HWQS for HWI-PNL-8 Panel Installations
HWQS Processor Layout and Installation Instructions
2. Wire power to the PowerKit and mount cover (Qualified Electricians Only!).
The PowerKit comes with a power harness (black and white wires) pre-installed to the breaker and terminal block.
Since legacy HWI-PNL-8 panels lack the mating harness required, it is necessary to hard-wire the PowerKit to the
terminal block above in order to provide power to the PowerKit.
a. Remove the black and white power harness from the PowerKit, noting from which terminals the harness was
removed.
b. Replace with a black and white power cable (NM power cable) in the same locations that you just removed the
harness.
c. Run this cable to the same terminals where the harness that feeds the MI are terminated (or any hot and neutral
feed from the long DIN rail terminal).
d. Mount the PowerKit cover onto the PowerKit.
The mounting and wiring of the PowerKit is now complete.
• Connect PowerKit to HWI-PNL-8
terminal blocks as shown (see
steps 2a – 2d above)
• Place the cover over the breaker
and terminal blocks (cover is
included with assembly)
• Drill three 0.136 in (3.5 mm)
holes and secure in each location
(screws included with assembly)
Mounting the cover for the PowerKit
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Section 2A: HWI Processor Upgrade to HWQS for HWI-PNL-8 Panel Installations
HWQS Processor Layout and Installation Instructions
3. Mount the HWQS processors into existing HWI-PNL-8 panel.
Refer to the illustration below for mounting the processor(s). The illustration shows two processors, although you
may only have one.
4. Mount the 24 V- HWQS power supplies to the PNL-8-PWRKIT DIN rail and connect to the remaining red and
white wire connectors as shown below.
5. Connect power from power supplies to HWQS processors.
The mounting of the processor(s) is now complete.
• Connect Red and White wire
connectors from PowerKit to
power supplies
L(+) N(-)
120 - 240 V
Input / Entrada / Entrée
L(+) N(-)
24 V
Output / Salida / Sortie
22.5 - 25 V
120 - 240 V
Input / Entrada / Entrée
24 V
Output / Salida / Sortie
• Mount and wire the HWQS
power supplies to the DIN rail
as shown
22.5 - 25 V
• Position the processor(s) as
shown
• Drill two 0.136 in (3.5 mm)
holes per processor and
secure in each location
(screws included with each
processor)
0.136 in
(3.5 mm)
(x2)
1.25 in
(32 mm)
0.25 in
(6 mm)
2.75 in
(70 mm)
Mounting the HWQS processor(s)
6. Turn on main power feed and flip PowerKit switch to “On”.
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Section 2B: HWI Processor Upgrade to HWQS for HWI-LV32 Enclosure Installations
HWQS Processor Layout and Installation Instructions
The following pages describe how to install HWQS processors into HWI-LV32 enclosures that do not have the
modifications required to install the necessary components.
What you will need for this process:
• PNL-8-PWRKIT — For mounting HWQS power supply(s) (up to 2)
• QSPS-DH-1-75 or QSPS-DH-1-60 — HWQS power supply(s) (up to 2)
• HQP6-2 — HWQS processor(s) (up to 2)
• Drill and #29 drill bit 0.136 in (3.5 mm) diameter (The closest fractional bit is 9/64 in (3.5 mm). This is acceptable to
use if necessary; tighten screws 17 in-lb [1.97 N·m] maximum)
• Tape measure
! WARNING! Shock hazard. May result in serious injury or death. Turn off power before installing components.
1. Disconnect and remove HWI processor. Disconnect and remove all other interfaces and wire landing boards from
panel prior to installation of processors and power supplies.
2. Using the illustration below, mount the PowerKit (PNL-8-PWRKIT) into the existing HWI-LV32 enclosure.
See the following page for mounting the assembly cover.
3.25 in
(83 mm)
• Allow 3.25 in (83 mm) of space
between the top of the panel and
the top of the breaker
• Push assembly to the left so the
DIN rail is flush to the inside edge
of the panel
• Drill two 0.136 in (3.5 mm) holes
and secure with screw and
washer in each location (screws
and washers included with
assembly)
Mounting PowerKit assembly into HWI-LV32 enclosure
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HWQS Processor Layout and Installation Instructions
3. Wire power to the PowerKit and mount cover (Qualified Electricians Only!).
a. Connect black and white power connector to connector on panel terminal block.
b. Mount the PowerKit cover onto the PowerKit (see figure below).
The mounting and wiring of the PowerKit is now complete.
• Place the cover over the breaker
and terminal blocks (cover is
included with assembly)
• Drill three 0.136 in (3.5 mm)
holes and secure in each location
(screws included with assembly)
Mounting the cover for the PowerKit
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HWQS Processor Layout and Installation Instructions
4. Mount the HWQS processors into existing HWI-LV32 enclosure.
Refer to the illustration below for mounting the processor(s). The illustration shows two processors, although you
may only have one.
5. Mount the 24 V- HWQS power supplies to the PNL-8-PWRKIT DIN rail and connect to the remaining red and
white wire connectors as shown below.
6. Connect power from power supplies to processors.
The mounting of the processor(s) is now complete.
9 in
(229 mm)
L(+) N(-)
120 - 240 V
Input / Entrada / Entrée
• Connect Red and White wire
connectors from PowerKit to
power supplies
L(+) N(-)
24 V
Output / Salida / Sortie
120 - 240 V
Input / Entrada / Entrée
24 V
Output / Salida / Sortie
8.25 in
( 210 mm)
22.5 - 25 V
22.5 - 25 V
• Mount and wire the HWQS
power supplies to the DIN rail
as shown
• Position the processor(s) as
shown
• Drill two 0.136 in (3.5 mm)
holes per processor and
secure in each location (screws
included with each processor)
0.136 in
(3.5 mm)
(x2)
1.25 in
(32 mm)
1.25 in
(32 mm)
Mounting the HWQS processor(s)
7. Mount any interfaces or wire landing boards that were previously removed in step 1 that are intended to be used
with the new HWQS system.
8. Turn on main power feed and flip PowerKit switch to “On”.
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Section 2C: Upgrade Installation Checklist
Equipment
HWQS Processor(s)
Power Kit(s)
Power Supplies (24 V- for HWQS devices, 15 V- for HWI devices)
HWI Link Interface(s)
Lutron® 4-Conductor Cable
NM Power Cable (for HWI-PNL-8 installations)
Ethernet Cable
HWI-H48 Interface (when replacing processors with integrated H48 interfaces or replacing HWI-D48 interfaces)
Wired Maestro® dimmers or RF Maestro® dimmers (when replacing existing wired Vareo® dimmers or
RF Maestro® dimmers)
F Additional Low-Voltage Enclosures (when additional space is required for mounting HWQS processors
or interfaces)
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
Database
Build new database in HWQS software
Activate HWQS system
Transfer database
Test database
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TEL: +65.6220.4666
FAX: +65.6220.4333
Technical Support: 800.120.4491
intsales@lutron.com
lutronlondon@lutron.com
lutronsea@lutron.com
Asia Technical Hotlines
Northern China: 10.800.712.1536
Southern China: 10.800.120.1536
Hong Kong: 800.901.849
Indonesia: 001.803.011.3994
Japan: +81.3.5575.8411
Macau: 0800.401
Taiwan: 00.801.137.737
Thailand: 001.800.120.665853
Other Countries: +65.6220.4666
North & South America
Technical Hotlines
USA, Canada, Caribbean:
1.800.523.9466
Mexico:
+1.888.235.2910
Central/South America:
+1.610.282.6701
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Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.
7200 Suter Road
Coopersburg, PA 18036-1299 USA
P/N 048537 Rev. C 08/2015
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