QS DMX Control Interface

QS DMX Control Interface
QS DMX Control Interface
QSE-CI-DMX
PELV (Class 2: USA) Device 24 V
Key Features
QS System
Lutron QS System components communicate over
the highly flexible QS link. There are a few rules to
keep in mind when designing and installing QS system
components:
• Up to 100 devices on one QS link
• Up to 100 zones on one QS link
• Up to 2000 ft (610 m) wiring length
• Only one QSE-CI-DMX per QS link
- Counts as one (1) device
- Counts as zero (0) zones
• Contact Lutron for compatibility with Quantum®
2.50 in
(63.5 mm)
Requirements
The QSE-CI-DMX requires the following:
• At least one GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless control unit wired
to the QSE-CI-DMX through the QS communication link
• A QS Link Power Supply, such as the QSPS-P1-1-50, is
required if the GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless is powering any
other QS link devices drawing a total of two (2) or more
power draw units
• DMX512 link terminators at both ends of the DMX512 link
(available from Lutron, part number LT-1)
• QS Communication Link Wire (PELV, Class 2: USA)
- Two 18 AWG (1.0 mm2) conductors for control power
- One twisted, shielded pair of 22 AWG (1.0 mm2) for
data link
- Available from Lutron, part number GRX-CBL-346S;
check compatibility in your area
Mounting
C
hoose a mounting method below. Mount the control
interface in an accessible location.
A. Wall Mounting. Mount the control interface directly on a
wall, as shown in the Mounting Diagram, using screws
(not included). When mounting, provide sufficient space
for connecting cables.
B. RackMounting. Place the interface in the LUT-19AV-1U
AV rack using the screws provided with the interface.
The LUT-19AV-1U will hold up to four units.
C. Conduit Mounting. If conduit is desired for wiring, the
LUT-5x10-ENC can be used to mount one unit.
Mounting Holes
Mounting Options
Terminal blocks
on this side
4.26 in
(108.2 mm)
3.75 in
(95.3 mm)
Wall
2.50
Control Interface
3.75
4.26
5.26 in
(133.6 mm)
5.26
1.06 in (26.9 mm)
1.06
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LEDs and
addressing
switches on this
side
LUT-19AV-1U
LUT-5x10-ENC
Français
• Map any zone on a GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless control unit
to any single DMX512 channel
• Map any zone on a GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless control unit
simultaneously to three DMX512 channels for RGB/CMY
color-control
• Integral RGB/CMY color lookup table that maps GRAFIK
Eye QS zone intensities to RGB/CMY values
• RGB/CMY table can be customized by using the Lutron
QS Color Configuration Tool (PC application available on
the CD packaged with the QSE-CI-DMX, and on www.
lutron.com/qs)
60 mA
Español
The QSE-CI-DMX control interface allows zones on a
GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless to control DMX512-controlled
devices. Any zone on the GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless can
be mapped to either a single DMX512 channel or to three
separate DMX512 channels, for RGB/CMY color-control
applications.
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Installation and Operation Instructions
Occupant Copy
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Control Interface Wiring
Power Options
• The QSE-CI-DMX draws two (2) power draw units. A
GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless is capable of supplying up to
three (3) power draw units, and can be used to supply
power to the QSE-CI-DMX if the GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless
is not powering any other QS link devices drawing a total
of two (2) or more power draw units.
Powered by GRAFIK Eye® QS Control Unit
• Each PELV (Class 2: USA) terminal accepts up to two
18 AWG (1.0 mm2) wires.
• Connect the terminal 1, 3, and 4 connections to all control
units, wallstations, and control interfaces. See Power
Options for pin 2 connectivity.
• Total length of control link must not exceed 2000 ft.
(610 m).
• Do not allow PELV (Class 2: USA) wires to contact line/
mains wires.
DMX Link
4321
QS Link
4321
• Another option is to power the QSE-CI-DMX from a QS
Link power supply (QSPS-P1-1-50, QSPS-P2-1-50,
or QSPS-P3-1-50) or a QS shade panel power supply
(QSPS-P2-10-60 for 230 V , or QSPS-P1-10-60 for
120 V ). Please see www.lutron.com/qs for details.
• Common (terminal 1) and 24 V
(terminal 2):
Two 18 AWG (1.0 mm2) conductors. Ensure that
the terminal 2 connection is wired correctly. Refer to
GRAFIK Eye QS Specification Submittal for more details.
• Data link (terminals 3 and 4): One shielded, twisted pair
22 AWG (1.0 mm2).
Do not connect terminal 2 if
using external power supply
1 2
A B C
Lutron Cable
GRX-CBL-346S-500
1 2 3 4
QS Link:
1: Common
2: Power
3: MUX
4: MUX
1 2 3 4 5 6 L N
Rear View of GRAFIK Eye QS Control Unit
Wire Strip Length
in mm)
3/83/8
in.
(10
(10 mm)
Control Interface Wiring: Powered Separately
Data Link - (1) twisted, shielded pair
22 AWG (1.0 mm2)
3: MUX
4: MUX
D: Drain/Shield
(2) 12 AWG
(2.5 mm2)
QSE-CI-DMX
(1) 18 AWG
(1.0 mm2)
To DMX equipment
PELV (Class 2: USA)
Control wiring
1: Common
2: 24 V
2 QSE-CI-DMX Control Interface Installation and Operation Instructions
(1) 18 AWG
(1.0 mm2)
(2) 12 AWG
(2.5 mm2)
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DMX-512 Link Wiring Connect the DMX link terminals on the QSE-CI-DMX interface to input terminals on DMX512-controlled equipment.
• Each terminal on the QSE-CI-DMX accepts two 18 AWG (1.0 mm2) wires.
• Link must be 1000 feet (305 m) or less.
• Link must begin and end with link terminators (available from Lutron; part number LT-1).
Pin on QSE-CI-DMX Terminal
Connection to DMX Equipment
1: DMX512 system COMMON
Pin 1
Note: Do NOT connect to COMMON on GRAFIK Eye QS control unit or processor
NC
Not connected
3: DMX512 system DATA +
Pin 3 on DMX equipment
2: DMX512 system DATA -
Pin 2 on DMX equipment
Functionality of LEDs and Configuration Switches
Program button
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1234567
QSE-CI-DMX
Configuration Switches
LED 1: Power
LED 2: Unused
1: Unused
LED 3: Status
2: Up = 44 packets per second
LED 4: DMX Link Tx
(DMX refreshes 44 times per second)
LED 5: DMX Link Rx
Down = 22 packets per second
LED 6: QS Link Tx
(DMX refreshes 22 times per second;
LED 7: QS Link Rx
for older/slower DMX devices)
3: Unused
4: Unused
5: Unused
6: Up = Override to 0 intensity on all DMX channels
Down = Normal operation
7: Up = Override to Minimum levels on all DMX channels
Down = Normal operation
8: Up = Override to Maximum levels on all DMX channels
Down = Normal operation
Switch Logic
Switch up
Switch down
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QSE-CI-DMX Control Interface Installation and Operation Instructions 3
Programming
If the selected channel is already assigned to a zone, the
GRAFIK Eye QS will prompt you to confirm replacing the
channel with the new selection. Press OK to confirm the
replacement, or cancel to go back.
5.Repeat step 4 for each DMX zone.
6.Exit programming mode: Press and hold the programming
button on the QSE-CI-DMX for 3 seconds. The yellow
status LED will blink once per second.
Assigning a Single DMX Channel to a GRAFIK Eye® QS Zone
Most DMX fixtures use single-channel assignment. If you
are using single-channel DMX, follow the instructions
below. If your DMX fixture has 3 channels (RGB or
CMY), refer to the instructions at right for 3-channel DMX
assignment.
1. Enter programming mode on the
Zone 4
GRAFIK Eye QS. Choose “Zone
Setup” then “Load Type” from the
DMX
Main Menu. For the zones you wish
to assign to DMX channels, change
the load type to DMX.
2. Exit programming mode on the GRAFIK Eye QS.
3. Enter programming mode on the QSE-CI-DMX: Press
and hold the programming button for 3 seconds. The
yellow status LED will blink rapidly.
On any GRAFIK Eye control units on
DMX Prog
the link, the zone LEDs will indicate
Press zone R&L
their status: LEDs of assigned zones
buttons to
will go to full on (all LEDs lit) then
Toggle assignment
flash, and all LEDs of unassigned
zones will go to Off. To toggle
assignment, press the zone raise and
lower buttons together.
4. The GRAFIK Eye QS will display the
Zone 4
selected zone and an unassigned
Choose Channel on
DMX channel. Use the master
DMX AABB-CCEE
buttons on the GRAFIK Eye QS to
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choose a DMX channel (from 1 to
512) for this zone.
1 9
2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
GRAFIK Eye QS control unit
Zone LEDs
8 16
7 15
6 14
Zone LEDs full on and flash
(zone assigned to
QSE-CI-DMX)
9-16
1-8
Press the Zone raise
and Zone lower buttons
simultaneously to assign a
DMX channel
16
9-16
1-8
Zone LEDs Off
(zone unassigned to
QSE-CI-DMX)
Press cancel to go
back to step 4. Press
Master buttons the Scene 1 button on
the GRAFIK Eye QS
OK
to cause the currently
OK button
selected DMX channel
Cancel
to flash. Press OK to
assign the selected
Scene 1 button
DMX channel to the
selected zone and
proceed.
Note: Do not use the Flash feature with DMX devices
containing moving parts (shade motors, motorized light
fixtures, smoke-oroducing machines, etc.). to avoid
damaging those devices or causing unexpected motion.
4 QSE-CI-DMX Control Interface Installation and Operation Instructions
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Assigning RGB/CMY DMX Channels (3-Channel DMX)
to GRAFIK Eye® QS Zones
1. Enter programming mode on the
Zone 4
GRAFIK Eye QS. Choose “Zone
Setup” then “Load Type” from the
RGB/CMY DMX
Main Menu. For the zones you wish
to assign to RGB/CMY channels,
change the load type to RGB/CMY
DMX.
2.Exit programming mode on the GRAFIK Eye QS.
3.Enter programming mode on the QSE-CI-DMX: Press and
hold the programming button for 3 seconds. The yellow
status LED will blink rapidly.
Zone 4- RGB/CMY
On any GRAFIK Eye control units on
Component 1 channel the link, the zone LEDs will indicate
their status: LEDs of assigned zones
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will go to full on (all LEDs lit), and LEDs
of unassigned zones will go to full off
(all LEDs off). To toggle assignment,
press the zone raise and lower buttons
together.
4. The GRAFIK Eye QS will display the selected zone and an
unassigned DMX channel. Use the master buttons on the
GRAFIK Eye QS to choose a DMX component channel
(from 1 to 512) for this zone. Press the Scene 1 button on
the GRAFIK Eye QS to cause the currently selected DMX
channel to flash. Press OK to assign the selected DMX
channel to the selected zone and proceed. Repeat for all
3 channels. Press cancel to go back.
If the selected channel is already assigned to a zone, the
GRAFIK Eye QS will prompt you to confirm replacing the
channel with the new selection. Press OK to confirm the
replacement, or cancel to go back.
5.Repeat step 4 for all the RGB DMX zones.
6.Exit programming mode: Press and hold the programming
button on the QSE-CI-DMX for 3 seconds. The yellow
status LED will blink once per second.
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To enable/disable Master Raise/Lower from
affecting RGB/CMY zones (disabled by
default)
To unassign DMX channels from a GRAFIK Eye QS:
1.Enter programming mode on the QSE-CI-DMX: Press and
hold the programming button for 3 seconds. The yellow
status LED will blink rapidly.
2.The LEDs of the zones assigned to DMX channels will be
flashing full on. To toggle assignment, press the desired
zone’s raise and lower buttons together.
3.Press “OK” to confirm, or “Cancel” to
Zone 4
cancel the operation.
Channels 1,2,3
4.
Exit programming mode: Press and
on DMX AABB-CCDD
hold the programming button on the
Unassign?
QSE-CI-DMX for 3 seconds. The
yellow status LED will blink once per
second.
1.After assigning RGB/CMY zones to the GRAFIK Eye QS,
enter programming mode on the GRAFIK Eye QS and
choose “Zone Setup” from the Main Menu. Select “RGB/
CMY config”.
2.Use the Master Button to choose “Enabled” or “Disabled”.
Press “OK” to save.
3.Exit programming mode.
Color Programming Tool
Note: The RGB/CMY table can be
edited to map a zone intensity to a
specific RGB/CMY color using the
color configuration tool for the QSE-CIDMX (available at www.lutron.com/qs).
Display Type Setup
There are two display types to choose from: “% display”,
which displays light intensity as a percentage, and “0-255
display”, which displays intensity as a numeric value. For
RGB DMX zones, it may be desirable to select “0-255
display” in order to step through each entry in the RGB/
CMY table. This option is available only after DMX channel
assignment.
1. Enter programming mode on the
Display type
GRAFIK Eye QS, and choose “Zone
Set zones
Setup” from the Main Menu. Select
“Display type”. The LEDs of the zones
assigned to DMX channels will be
flashing full on.
2.Use the zone raise/lower buttons to
toggle between display types. Press
“OK” to confirm. Repeat for all desired
zones.
3.Exit programming mode.
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2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
6 14
The QSE-CI-DMX comes with a standard table of colors
already loaded. Users can modify the table to achieve
desired colors.
1.Install the program from the CD.
2.Create a new project, or use the provided default color
table.
3.If you are creating a new project, you can enter individual
color values in either RGB (red-green-blue) or CMY (cyanmagenta-yellow) format. Values can be entered in either
decimal or hexadecimal format. Additionally, the interpolate
function will fill in values automatically when you define the
boundary values.
4.Use the “Test” feature on the title bar to view your edited
color table.
5.Connect a mini-USB cable between
your PC and the mini-USB port
under the bottom hinged door of
your GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless.
6.Use the “Transfer” command to
either download your color table into
the QSE-CI-DMX, or to extract a
color table from a QSE-CI-DMX to
Mini-USB port
your PC for further editing.
7 15
8 16
9-16
1-8
OK
Trim Setup
The high end and low end trim settings of a zone assigned
to a DMX channel can be manually set as desired, but only
for zones assigned to DMX channels. 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.
Remote high end 1. Enter programming mode on the
GRAFIK Eye QS, and choose “Zone
Set zones
Setup” from the Main Menu. Select
“Remote high end” or “Remote low
end”. The LEDs of the zones assigned
to DMX channels will show the high
end or low end intensity.
2.Use the zone raise/lower buttons to
set the desired trim levels. Repeat
for all desired zones and trims. Press
“OK” to confirm.
3.Exit programming mode.
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QSE-CI-DMX Control Interface Installation and Operation Instructions 5
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