with EcoSystem

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Installation and
Operation Guide
with EcoSystem
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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.
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Model Numbers: Q
SGRJ-6E, QSGRJ-8E, QSGRJ-16E
QSGR-6E, QSGR-8E, QSGR-16E
120 V
Unit Capacity (watts)
MLV
Zone Capacity (watts)
MLV
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 9 for PELV (Class 2: USA) ratings.
Contents
Features and Functions of the
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Wiring the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®
Overview of Line Voltage/Mains
and EcoSystem Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Line Voltage Wiring Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
EcoSystem® Bus Wiring Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Overview of PELV (Class 2: USA) Wiring . . . . . . . 8
QS Link Control Wiring Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
QS Link Control Wiring
and Terminal Connection Example . . . . . . . . . . 10
Powering More Than 3 Wallstations . . . . . . . . . . 11
Completing Installation of the
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® . . . . . . . . 12
General Functionality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Pre-Programmed Button Functionality . . . . . . 14
Zone Button Operation
Zone LED Displays for % of Lighting Levels . . . 15
Programming Mode
Entering and Exiting Programming Mode . . . . . . 16
Navigating Menus in Programming Mode . . . . . 16
Wireless Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
FCC Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Zone Setup
Assign Load Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assign Non-Dim Load Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Load Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set High End or Low End Trim . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Minimum Level (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Label a Zone (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Application Suggestions and Differences
between GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®
and Standard EcoSystem® Bus Supply . . . . 22
EcoSystem® Setup Overview
Build System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
EcoSystem® Setup
Assign/Unassign an EcoSystem Device
to a Zone (Zone setup) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Address EcoSystem Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
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Contact Closure Input (CCI) Mode Setup . . . . 26
Associating Wireless Occupancy Sensors
and GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless
Control Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Occupancy Sensor Setup
Mode Assignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Scene Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zone Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Label an Occupancy Sensor (optional) . . . . . . . .
Configure Occupancy Sensor Settings . . . . . . . .
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Associating Wireless Daylight Sensors
and GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless
Control Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Daylight Sensor Setup
Mode Assignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Zone Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Group Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Label a Daylight Sensor (optional) . . . . . . . . . . .
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Scene Setup
Set Zone Levels, Fade Rates,
and Shade Group Actions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Label a Scene (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Enable/Disable Daylighting per Scene . . . . . . . . 40
Set Save Mode
Save Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Quick Scene Programming
Save by OK Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Timeclock Operation
Set Time and Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Daylight Saving Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Add an Event . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Delete an Event . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
View an Event . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set a Holiday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
View a Holiday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Delete a Holiday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Copy a Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Delete a Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Afterhours Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Up Afterhours Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
End Afterhours Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Associating PICOTM Wireless Controls and
GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless Control Units
To use the PICO Wireless Control as a
Scene Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
To use the PICO Wireless Control as a
Zone Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Associating Sivoia® QS Shades/Drapes
and GRAFIK Eye® QS Control Units . . . . . . . 53
Adjusting Shade Settings
Setting Limits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preset Adjustment: Simple Method . . . . . . . . . .
Preset Adjustment: Advanced Method . . . . . . . .
Name a Group of Shades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Associating Multiple GRAFIK Eye® QS
Control Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Diagnostics and Special Settings
Enable/Disable Timeclock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enable/Disable IR Receiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enable/Disable Backlighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Activate System Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Faceplate Removal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Language Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting: Wireless Functions . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting: Shade Functions . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting: EcoSystem® Functions . . . .
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide Features and Functions of the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®
Hinged faceplate
Page button
Switches between displaying
zones 1 to 8 and 9 to 16 on
16-zone unit
Zone numbers
Zone raise/lower buttons
Zone LEDs display current
lighting zone levels
{
1 9
2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
6 14
7 15
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)
Optional Shade
button groups
Preset and raise/lower
buttons with integral LEDs
(maximum of 3 button
groups)
Hinged faceplate
Timeclock button
Displays current
timeclock info
OK button
Used for programming,
fade time
Infrared receiver
For handheld remote use
Info screen
Displays status or
programming functions
Master buttons
Temporarily raise and lower
lighting levels on unit
Scene buttons
With integral scene
indicator LEDs
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 Wiring the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®:
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.
EcoSystem Bus Wiring
(See page 7 for complete wiring
specification)
Two 16 AWG (1.5 mm2)
each terminal
L
N
E2
E1
E2
E1
Line Voltage/Mains
Cables and Load Wiring
12 AWG (4.0 mm2)
each terminal
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: D
immed/Switched
line voltage outputs
Load controlled
by power module
Power module
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide Wiring the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®:
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.
• PELV (Class 2: USA) 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 PELV
(Class 2: USA) 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.
Faceplate overhangs
wallbox on all sides;
allow 1 in (25 mm)
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.
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4.5 in
(110 mm)
Hot/Live
Switch
Load
Neutral
Step 3: Check control unit wiring.
• Earth/ground terminal connection must
be made as shown in wiring diagrams
(see page 4).
• Do not mix different load types on the
same zone.
• Follow all local and national electrical
codes when installing PELV (Class 2:
USA) 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.
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide Wiring the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®:
Line Voltage Wiring Details (continued)
Step 4: Connect line voltage and loads The recommended installation torque is
5.0 in∙lbs (0.6 N∙m) for line voltage/mains
to control unit.
connections and 5.0 in∙lbs (0.6 N∙m) for
• Strip 5/16 inch (8 mm) of insulation off the
the earth/ground connection.
line voltage/mains cables in the wallbox.
Note: See page 19 for a list of compatible
load types and instructions for
programming the GRAFIK Eye QS with
5/16 inch
EcoSystem
to properly recognize them.
(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
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 Lutron 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 in­cor­
po­rate ther­mal pro­tection or fused pri­ma­ry wind­ings. Control units are de­signed for res­i­
den­tial and commercial use, for indoor use only.
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide Wiring the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®:
EcoSystem® Bus Wiring Details
EcoSystem bus wiring may be considered
NEC® Class 1 or PELV (Class 2: USA).
• NEC® Class 1: EcoSystem bus wiring
may be run in the same conduit as mains
voltage wiring to fixtures.
• PELV (Class 2: USA): 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
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.
Step 3: Separate EcoSystem wiring from
the mains wiring. If wiring the EcoSystem
bus as PELV (Class 2: USA), maintain
proper separation from mains and NEC®
Class 1 wiring.
Step 4: Turn on circuit breaker to
energize.
EcoSystem Bus
18 V
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
Maximum EcoSystem
Bus Length
12 AWG
(4.0 mm2)
2200 ft (671 m)
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)
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)
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 Wiring the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®:
Overview of PELV (Class 2: USA) Wiring
1 2
IR Wiring
18 AWG (1.0 mm2)
each terminal
From external
IR connection
(by others)
1: IR DATA
2: IR COM
A B C
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 5 6 L N
Contact Closure Input Wiring
For settings, see page 26.
1 2
A B C
A B C
1 2 3 4
Example:
Emergency lighting interface (maximum 1)
1 2 3 4 5 6 L N
To control stations,
shades, or other
GRAFIK Eye QS
control units
1 2 3 4
1 2
LUT-ELI-3PH
A: CCI SIG
B: 24 V
C: CCI COM
A B C
18 AWG (1.0 mm2)
each terminal
Signal
+V Input
Circuit Common
Control Wiring
Common and power (terminals 1 and 2):
Two 18 AWG (1.0 mm2) each terminal
1 2
1 2 3 4
Example:
Occupancy sensor
(maximum 1)
A: CCI SIG
B: 24 V
C: CCI COM
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 and
any other power supply, including
N H 1 2 3
another GRAFIK Eye QS.
See page 10 for detailed wiring
example.
wire connecting devices
1 2 3 4 Note: Use
5 6 L appropriate
N
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 Wiring the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®:
QS Link Control Wiring Details
• System communication uses PELV (Class 2: USA)
wiring.
• Follow all local and national electrical codes when
installing PELV (Class 2: USA) 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 feet (610 m).
• Make all connections in the control unit’s wallbox.
• Wiring can be T-tapped or daisy-chained.
• Wire sizes:
- Two 18 AWG (1.0 mm2) conductors for control
power.
- One twisted, shielded pair of 22 AWG (0.5 mm2)
for data link.
- Cable is available from Lutron:
GRX-CBL-346S-500 (non-plenum) and
GRX-PCBL-346S-500 (plenum). Check
compatibility in your area.
• PELV (Class 2: USA) 24 V
150 mA.
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System Limits
The QS wired communication link is limited to 100 devices or 100 zones. Please
note the zone count and power draw unit information in the following table.
QS Device
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Power Draw Units
(supplied)
Power Draw
Units (consumed)
3
3
0
4
3
0
6
3
0
8
3
0
16
3
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
(Refer to Spec.
Submittal)
Contact closure interface
5
0
3
Network interface
0
0
2
DMX interface
0
0
2
0
(Refer to Spec.
Submittal)
0
0
8
0
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Count
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2.50
1.06
3.75
QS smart power panel
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5.26
1.06
To EcoSystem link 1
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with EcoSystem
QS link power supply
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To EcoSystem
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To EcoSystem link 1
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with EcoSystem
To EcoSystem link 2
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with EcoSystem
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QS
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Wiring the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®:
QS Link Control Wiring and Terminal Connection Example
Control units shown in rear view
QS3 powers
wallstations 2, 3,
and 4; no terminal 2
connection between
wallstations 4 and 5
QS3
QS2 and QS3
have their own
power supply;
no terminal 2
connection
QS1
5
4
3
2
1
• Connect the terminal 1, 3, and 4
connections to all control units,
wallstations, and control interfaces.
• Each control unit has its own power
supply. Terminate the terminal 2
connection (24 V power) so that each
control unit supplies power to a maximum
of three wallstations. Do not connect
terminal 2 between a GRAFIK Eye QS
control unit and any other GRAFIK Eye
QS control unit and/or another power
supply.
• Each wallstation should receive power
from only one control unit.
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Sivoia QS
smart power
supply panel
4
1
2
4
3
2
1
4
3
3
2
2
1
7
1
4
QS1 powers wallstation 1
only; terminal 2 terminates at
wallstation 1
3
3
2
Power
panel
powers
this shade
only
1
4
3
2
3
2
1
E2
E1
EcoSystem link
EcoSystem devices:
ballasts, drivers, and
interfaces
E2
GRAFIK Eye QS control unit
(no EcoSystem
link)
A B C
QS4
Sivoia QS
shade
1 2
QS2
1 2 3 4 5 6 L N
4
4
1 2 3 4
1
QS4 powers wallstations 5, 6, and
7 only; no terminal 2 connection
between wallstations 4 and 5
E1
To additional EcoSystem devices
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 10
Wiring the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®:
Powering More Than 3 Wallstations
• The GRAFIK Eye QS with EcoSystem can
power up to 3 seeTouch® wallstations. An
external 24 V power supply is required
to power more than three wallstations.
• The +24 VDC wire from the power supply
connects to QS link terminal 2 on all of
the wallstations it is powering. This wire
does not connect to terminal 2 on the
GRAFIK Eye QS.
• The Common wire from the power supply
connects to QS link terminal 1 on all
of the wallstations it is powering and
terminal 1 on the GRAFIK Eye QS.
• The communication signals on the QS
link (terminals 3 and 4) connect from
the wallstations to the GRAFIK Eye QS
on twisted, shielded cable just as when
an additional power supply is not being
used. Control unit shown in rear view.
Lutron 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® Installation and Operation Guide 11
Completing Installation of the GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®
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 PELV
(Class 2: USA) wiring with line voltage/
mains wiring.
2.Verify installation:
• Restore power.
• Press the top scene button. The LED will
light.
• Press the zone raise or lower button.
Make sure the control unit is dimming all
connected loads.
3.Apply the protective overlay to the control
unit. See page 21 for instructions for
naming zones.
7.9 in
(200 mm)
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 12
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.
1 9
2 10
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.
OK
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.
The
timeclock button activates the info screen and displays the
OK
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.
16
9-16
1-8
3 11
4 12
Scene 1
5 13
6 14
Master raise
Master lower
7 15
8 16
9-16
1-8
OK
Scene 1
Adjust fade
3
seconds
11:23 AM Fri
Next: 5:00 PM
Scene 1
The page button is on 16-zone units only. Pressing the page button will toggle the unit
betweenOK
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 13
7 15
Pre-Programmed Button Functionality
The GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® 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),
8 16
set the load type before proceeding. See pages 18-19 for instructions on setting load
type. See page 39 for instructions on changing scene settings.
9-16
1-8
OK
1 9
2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
6 14
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%
All7 zones
15
8 16Off
9-16
1-8
OK
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 14
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
1 9
2 10
3 11
4 12
2 10
3 11
5 13
4 12
6 14
5 13
7 15
6 14
8 16
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)
Non-dim zones:
• Press raise to turn zone on
• Press lower to turn zone off
Note: To set zone types,
see pages 18-19.
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Zone LED Displays for % of Lighting Levels
Off
Light Level
(%)
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 lit
LED off
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 15
7
Programming Mode
Entering and Exiting Programming Mode
To enter programming mode:
Main menu
3 11
5 13
6 14
4 12
1 9
2 10
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.
To exit 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.
7 15
8 16
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 16
Wireless Mode
3 11
5 13other
6 14
4 12 with
7 15
1 9 communication
2 10
Many models of the GRAFIK Eye® QS support wireless
Lutron products. This feature allows for easy integration of wireless sensors, keypads,
remotes, and shades for single-room wireless applications, as well as compatibility with
other Lutron wireless systems such as RadioRA® 2. (See the RadioRA® 2 Installation
Guide for RadioRA® 2 setup.)
Units supporting wireless communication have model numbers beginning with QSGRJ
or QSGRK.
The wireless feature of the GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless control unit has three (3) modes of
operation.
• Disabled: Use for wired-only systems.
• Enabled: The GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless control unit will respond to any programming
commands from nearby Lutron QS wireless (and compatible) products.
• Ignore Programming (default): The GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless control unit will only
respond to normal operation commands from wireless devices programmed while in
Enabled mode.
To change the wireless mode of the GRAFIK Eye QS wireless control unit:
1. Enter programming mode (see page 16).
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 (see page 16).
Enabled
SavedSaved
Notes
• The wireless signal has a range of 30 feet (10 m) through
standard construction.
• When used within a RadioRA® 2 system, the wired QS link on
the GRAFIK Eye QS is disabled, and certain features that do not
pertain to RadioRA® 2 are not accessible.
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8 16
9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Timeclock
(back) button
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® Installation and Operation Guide 17
Zone Setup
1 9
2 10
Assign Load Types
1.Enter programming mode (see page
Main menu
16).
CCI Mode
2.Use the Master buttons to highlight
Zone setup
“Zone setup” and press the
OK button to accept.
3.Use the Master buttons to highlight
“Load type”. Press the OK button to
Zone Setup
accept. See “Setting Load Types”
Load Type
table on the next page.
Non-Dim Load Type
4. Use the zone raise/lower buttons to
choose the load type for that zone.
See the list on the next page for
supported load types. Press the OK
Load Type
button to accept.
Set zones
5. T
he info screen will confirm that
your load type has been saved.
6.Exit programming mode (see page
16).
Saved
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3 11
4 12
5 13
6 14
7 15
8 16
Master
buttons
9-16
1-8
1 9
OK
2 10
3 11
OK button
4 12
5 13
6 14
7 15
8 16
Use the
zone
raise/lower
buttons to
choose the
load type for
that zone.
Assign Non-Dim Load Type
Zones assigned to non-dim loads have three available configurations:
• LOFO: Last On, First Off
Main menu
• FOFO: First On, First Off
CCI Mode
• FOLO: First On, Last Off
Zone setup
Scenes made up of both dim and non-dim
load types will toggle the non-dim loads
before the dim loads in a “First” on/off
Zone Setup
configuration, and after the dim loads in a
“Last” on/off configuration.
Load Type
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
Non-Dim Load Type
2.Use the Master buttons to highlight “Zone
setup” and press the OK button to accept.
3.Use the Master buttons to highlight “Non-Dim
Load Type
Load type”. Press the OK button to accept.
Set zones
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
as Unaffected.) Press the OK button to
accept.
Saved
5. T
he info screen will confirm that your load
type has been saved.
6.Exit programming mode (see page 16).
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 18
1
Zone Setup (continued)
Setting Load Types
Direct control via
GRAFIK Eye® QS
To
EcoSystem
link
Control via
power module
LUTRON
Power
module
LUTRON
LUTRON
Zones
4 – 16
Zones
1–3
Fixture load type
Choose this load type from the menu
on the GRAFIK Eye® QS:
Incandescent
Incandescent
MLV (magnetic low-voltage)
MLV
Power module
ELV (electronic low-voltage)
—
Power module
Hi-Lume®/Eco-10®
—
Fluorescent module
Non-dim lighting loads
—
Non-dim
Neon/Cold cathode
Neon, CC
Neon, CC
Tu-Wire®
Tu-Wire®
Tu-Wire®
EcoSystem®
EcoSystem®
—
DMX
DMX
—
RGB/CMYK DMX
RGB/CMYK DMX
—
EcoSystem® switching
(e.g., XPJ)
Non-dim digital
—
EcoSystem®
EcoSystem®
—
DMX
DMX
—
RGB/CMYK DMX
RGB/CMYK DMX
—
EcoSystem® switching
(e.g., XPJ)
Non-dim digital
—
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LUTRON
Power module
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.
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 a
magnetic low-voltage (MLV) varies
by input voltage:
120 - 127 V : 800 VA / 600 W
220 - 240 V : 1200 VA / 960 W
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 19
Zone Setup
1 9
2 10
3 11
Set High End or Low End Trim
• If you are unsure about appropriate high and low end settings,
please contact Lutron 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.
• High end and low end trims are not applicable to EcoSystem®
zones.
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
Main menu
2.Use the Master buttons to highlight
CCI Mode
“Zone setup” and press the OK button to
Zone setup
accept.
3.Use the Master buttons to highlight “High
end” or “Low end” (this example shows
Zone setup
low end). Press the OK button to accept.
4.
Use the zone raise/lower buttons to set
High end
the high end or low end trim for that
Low end
zone. The info screen will display each
zone number and percentage as you
adjust it. Press the OK button to accept.
Low end
5. T
he info screen will confirm that your
setting has been saved.
Set zones
6.Exit programming mode (see page 16).
Zone 2
10%
4 12
5 13
6 14
7 15
8 16
Master
buttons
9-16
1-8
1 9
OK
2 10
3 11
OK
button
4 12
5 13
6 14
Use the
8 16
7 15
zone
raise/lower
buttons to
set the high
end or low
end trim for
that zone.
Set 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 (see page 16)
Zone setup
and select “Zone setup,” then “Min level”.
Low end
Press the OK button to accept.
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight
Min level
“OFF” 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
Min level
minimum light level. Press the OK button
to accept.
Off
Note: Non-dim loads will turn off
regardless of the minimum level setting.
3. The info screen will confirm that your
minimum level has been saved.
4.Exit programming mode (see page 16).
Saved
Saved
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Zone Setup
1 9
2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
6 14
7 15
Label a Zone (optional)
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
Main menu
2.Use the Master buttons to highlight “Zone setup” and press
CCI Mode
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 (see page 16).
Note: On 16-zone units, each column of buttons will represent
2 zones of light, one on page 1 and the other on page 2.
Label zone 2
Pressing a raise/lower in column 1 while on page 1 (Zone 1)
1 / 11
does not affect the level of column 1/page 2 (Zone 9).
A
8 16
9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
1: A
Saved
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 21
Application Suggestions and Differences between
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® and Standard EcoSystem® Bus Supply
Lutron’s EcoSystem is a powerful system comprised of sensors and lighting loads (ballasts,
drivers, and interfaces). The functionality, feature set, and setup procedures for EcoSystem
depend upon the main controlling device, or “bus supply”. The GRAFIK Eye QS with
EcoSystem differs from the standard EcoSystem bus supply as indicated below.
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem®
EcoSystem® Bus Supply
Suggested/Recommended Applications
Single rooms, partitioned spaces
e.g., conference room, classroom,
ballroom, lobby
Open spaces, multiple enclosed rooms
e.g., open office, window offices
Programming Method
Info Screen on the QS control unit
Via PDA or EcoSystem keypads
Timeclock
Yes (integral)
No
Compatible with seeTouch® QS
Keypads
Yes
No
Compatible with EcoSystem
Wall Controls
No
Yes
Compatible with EcoSystem IR Sensors
No
Yes
Programming from EcoSystem PDA
No
Yes
Programming from EcoSystem
Wall Control
No
Yes
Includes dry contact closures for
integration to BMS or Security Systems
Yes (1)
Yes (2)
Input Voltage
120 - 127 V
Number of EcoSystem Busses
1
1 or 2
Number of Zones
6, 8, or 16
—
Number of Line Voltage Zones
3 (Zones 1-3 only)
—
Compatible with other QS Devices
Yes
No
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or 220 - 240 V
50/60 Hz
120 / 240 / 277 V
50/60 Hz
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 22
EcoSystem® Setup Overview
3 11
5 13
6 14
4and
2 10 be reset
12
After EcoSystem devices are wired and powered, they1 9must
addressed
so the system can control them. The “Build System” command automates this
process, as shown below. (For best results, force occupancy sensors attached to
EcoSystem devices to the occupied state by creating motion within their range while
building the system.)
7 15
8 16
Master
buttons
9-16
1-8
OK
OK
button
Note: All existing EcoSystem programming will be deleted when the “Build System”
command is run.
Timeclock
(back) button
Build System
Main menu
Zone setup
EcoSystem
EcoSystem
Build system
Assign zones
Build system
Erase digital load
Programming?
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
2.Use the Master buttons to highlight “EcoSystem” and press the
OK button to accept.
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
and address EcoSystem devices, and find sensors on the
system.
5.Exit programming mode (see page 16).
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.) 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.
1 9
2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
6 14
7 15
8 16
Use Zone 4
raise/lower
buttons to
verify all
EcoSystem
devices
have been
addressed.
Searching...
x
Found
x Loads
Found
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1
EcoSystem® Setup
1 9
2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
6 14
Assign/Unassign an EcoSystem Device to a Zone (Zone setup)
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
Ballast 2 / 23
Zone 3
7 15
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
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. Press the OK button to select “Ballast”.
5. 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.
6. Press the timeclock (back) button to return to the EcoSystem
menu. EcoSystem devices will return to normal levels.
7. E
xit programming mode (see page 16).
8 16
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 14
7 15
8 16
Use the
zone raise
or lower
button to
assign or
unassign an
EcoSystem
device to
that zone.
Notes
D
evices 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 page 18 for instructions on changing load type.
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EcoSystem® Setup
1 9
2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
6 14
7 15
Address EcoSystem Devices
Note: This step is needed if EcoSystem devices are replaced or added to the system
after the “Build System” command is run (see page 23).
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
EcoSystem
2.Use the Master buttons to highlight “EcoSystem” and press the
Assign zones
OK button to accept.
Address all
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 addressed,
Address all
the GRAFIK Eye QS will display information about it, and the
device will go to its low end. This will take several minutes.
Address all ?
The system will then return to the main menu.
Press OK
4.Exit programming mode (see page 16).
8 16
9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Addressing info
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Contact Closure Input (CCI) Mode Setup
(wired directly to the GRAFIK Eye® QS)
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he integral contact closure input (CCI) on the back of the GRAFIK Eye® QS can
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be configured to match the installation requirements. The choices are listed and
explained below. (See page 8 for wiring details.)
To change the operation of the contact closure input:
Main menu
Save Mode
CCI Mode
CCI Mode
Occupancy
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1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
2.Use the Master buttons to highlight “CCI Mode” and press the
OK button to accept.
3.Use the Master buttons to highlight the mode you wish the
CCI to control. Press the OK button to accept.
4.The info screen will confirm that your setting has been saved.
8.Exit programming mode (see page 16).
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1-8
Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Timeclock
(back) button
CCI Mode Settings
Occupancy: 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 to work
with a LUT-ELI-3PH emergency lighting interface. When an
emergency situation is detected, all lights will go to full on,
and no operations will be allowed until the emergency signal is
cleared.
Afterhours: Allows the CCI to start and end the afterhours
mode.
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.
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Associating Wireless Occupancy Sensors and GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless Control Units
(for wireless enabled units only)
Lutron’s wireless Radio Powr SavrTM occupancy and vacancy sensors can
be associated with the GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless to activate scenes when
occupancy or vacancy is detected.
This section applies to installations where the GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless is
being used in a single-room wireless installation. Refer to the RadioRA®
2 installation guide for setting up occupancy and vacancy sensors in a
RadioRA® 2 system.
To associate wireless occupancy sensors and GRAFIK Eye QS control units:
1.Make sure the wireless mode of the GRAFIK Eye QS control unit is
“Enabled” (see page 17).
2.Press and hold the “Lights On” and “Lights Off” buttons on the front of
the occupancy/vacancy sensor simultaneously until the lens starts flashing
(about 3 seconds). The info screen on the GRAFIK Eye QS will display
“Occ Sensor Programming.”
3.Press and hold the top scene button of the GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless
control unit until the LEDs flash (about 3 seconds).
4.Return to the occupancy sensor. Press and hold the “Lights On” and
“Lights Off” buttons simultaneously until the lens stops flashing (about 3
seconds).
5.Test communication between the devices using the “Lights On” and “Lights
Off” buttons.
To disassociate wireless occupancy sensors and GRAFIK Eye control units:
Simply repeat the association steps, in the same order; press and hold the
bottom scene button on the GRAFIK Eye QS to disassociate.
Note: The wireless signal has a range of 30 feet (10 m) through standard
construction.
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Lens
1
2
3
4
5
6
On the wireless occupancy
sensor, press and hold the
“Lights On” and “Lights Off”
buttons for 3 seconds to
begin or end association
or disassociation with the
GRAFIK Eye QS control unit.
Note: Pressing the “Lights
On” button initiates the
“occupied” action on the
GRAFIK Eye QS control
unit. Pressing the “Lights
Off” button initiates the
“unoccupied” action.
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OK
Associate
OR
Disassociate
On the GRAFIK Eye QS control unit,
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
occupancy sensor.
OK
Wireless Occupancy Sensor
“Talks” to GRAFIK Eye QS control
unit, activating scenes on the
GRAFIK Eye QS.
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GRAFIK Eye QS Control Unit
“Listens” to wireless occupancy sensor,
so that the occupancy sensor activates
scenes on the GRAFIK Eye QS.
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Occupancy Sensor Setup
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Mode Assignment
This step allows you to assign occupancy sensors (wired and wireless) on the QS link
or connected to the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit. Sensors can be assigned in either
Scene Mode or Zone Mode.
Scene Mode (default) is useful when the GRAFIK Eye QS is controlling lights in a single
room or area. Up to four sensors can be assigned to the GRAFIK Eye QS to activate a
scene when the space is occupied, and another scene when unoccupied.
Zone Mode is useful when the GRAFIK Eye QS is controlling lights in multiple rooms
or areas. 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 user-selectable occupied and unoccupied
levels.
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
Main menu
2.Use the Master buttons to highlight “Sensor setup” and press
Sensor Setup
the OK button to accept.
3.Use the Master buttons to highlight “Occupancy” and press the
Shade Labels
OK button to accept.
4.Use the Master buttons to highlight “Mode” and press the
Sensor Setup
OK button to accept.
Daylight
5.Use the Master buttons to highlight “Scene Mode” to assign
sensors to scenes, or “Zone Mode” to assign sensors to zones.
Occupancy
Press the OK button to accept. A screen will confirm your
selected mode has been saved and you will return to the Occ
Sensor screen.
Occ Sensor
9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Timeclock
(back) button
To configure Scene Mode, see page 29. To configure Zone
Mode, see page 30.
Mode
Actions
Occ Sensor
Scene Mode
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Occ Sensor
Zone Mode
OR
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Occupancy Sensor Setup
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Scene Mode
This step allows you to assign occupied and unoccupied scenes to up to four
occupancy sensors connected to the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit.
Select Sensors
Occ Sensor
1.If not already done, complete the steps on page 28, and
Setup
select “Scene Mode”.
2.Use the Master buttons to highlight “Setup” and press the
Labels
OK button to accept. The screen will display “Searching” while
the unit detects available occupancy sensors.
3.Use the Master buttons to scroll through the list of available
occupancy sensors. When the desired sensor is displayed,
Searching
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press the OK button to select it. Then choose “Assign” or
“Unassign” from the following menu and press OK. A screen
will verify your choice has been completed. Repeat for
additional sensors.
Sensor
x/y
Set Sensor Action
SN: xxxx-xxxx
4.Press the Back button to return to the Occ Sensor screen.
Use the Master buttons to highlight “Actions” and press the
Source: RF
1/n
OK button to accept. By default, the occupied scene is set to
“No Action” and the unoccupied scene is set to “Scene Off”.
5. Use the Master buttons to highlight the scene you wish to
Assignment
use for occupied status and press the OK button to accept.
Repeat for the scene you wish to use for unoccupied status.
Assign
Press the OK button to accept.
Unassign
6. Exit programming mode (see page 16).
Note: If wireless sensors are not found, verify that they are
associated correctly (see page 27).
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Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Timeclock
(back) button
*Assigned*
Saved
Occ Sensor
Actions
3 seconds
Setup
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Occupied Scene
Unoccupied Scene
Scene 1
Scene Off
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Occupancy Sensor Setup
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Zone Mode
This step allows you to assign occupied and unoccupied zone levels to up to four
occupancy sensors per zone connected to the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit. Sensors
can be added to more than one zone.
Select Sensors
Occ Sensor
1.If not already done, complete the steps on page 28, and
Setup
select “Zone Mode”.
2.
Use the Master buttons to highlight “Setup” and press the
Labels
OK button to accept.
3.Use the Master buttons to highlight “Add/Modify” and press
the OK button to accept. Available sensors will be displayed.
Sensors
4.You can assign up to four sensors per zone, and a sensor can
Add/Modify
be assigned to more than one zone. Use the Master buttons
to scroll through the sensors until the one you wish to assign
Remove
or unassign is highlighted, and press the OK button to select
it.
5.Use the zone raise and lower buttons for each zone to assign
Sensor
x/y
or unassign the sensor to that zone. The zone raise button
SN: xxxx-xxxx
assigns the displayed sensor, and the zone lower button
unassigns it. Repeat for all desired sensors and press OK. A
Source: RF
1/n
screen will verify your settings have been saved.
Searching
Saved
Sensor
x/y
Select Zones
to Assign
Set Sensor Action
6.Press the Back button to return to the Occ Sensor screen.
Use the Master buttons to highlight “Actions” and press the
OK button to accept.
7. Use the zone raise and lower buttons to adjust each zone to
its desired occupied level and press the OK button to accept.
Press and hold the zone lower button to designate a zone as
unaffected by the sensor.
Repeat for the zone levels you wish to use for unoccupied
status. Press the OK button to accept.
8. Exit programming mode (see page 16).
Note: If wireless sensors are not found, verify that they are
associated correctly (see page 27).
Occ Sensor
Actions
3 seconds
Setup
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Occupied
Set Occupied
Level for zones
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buttons
9-16
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OK
OK
button
Timeclock
(back) button
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Zone raise
Zone lower
Unoccupied
Set Unoccupied
Level for zones
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Occupancy Sensor Setup
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Label an Occupancy Sensor (optional)
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
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. Press
Settings
the OK button to accept.
7.The info screen will confirm that your name has been saved.
8.Exit programming mode (see page 16).
Sensor
x/y
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Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Timeclock
(back) button
SN: xxxx-xxxx
Source: RF
1/n
Label sensor x/y
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A
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Occupancy Sensor Setup
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Configure Occupancy Sensor Settings
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
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 “Settings” and press the
Sensor Setup
OK button to accept.
5.Use the Master buttons to highlight the setting you wish to
Daylight
configure. See below for descriptions of the settings and their
Occupancy
values. Press the OK button to accept.
6.Use the Master buttons to adjust the value of the selected
setting. Press the OK button to accept.
Occ Sensor
7.The info screen will confirm that your setting has been saved.
Settings
8.Exit programming mode (see page 16).
Diagnostics
Settings
Auto Turnoff
Turnoff Cancel
Auto Turnoff
5 minutes
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1-8
Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Timeclock
(back) button
Occupancy Sensor Settings
Note: These settings affect all sensors assigned to the GRAFIK
Eye QS.
Grace Period: If an occupancy sensor detects vacancy, motion
detected within the grace period will maintain the lights at the
previously occupied level.
Range: 15 – 30 seconds (default 15 seconds).
Vacancy Delay: An additional time delay after vacancy is
detected and before unoccupied action occurs. Useful when
occupancy sensor does not provide sufficient delay. Applies
only to occupancy sensors, not vacancy sensors.
Range: 0 – 30 minutes (default 0 minutes).
Auto Turnoff: If lights assigned to an occupancy sensor are
turned on manually without the sensor reporting occupancy,
the GRAFIK Eye QS can be set to automatically turn off the
lights after a set time delay. Disable this feature by setting the
time delay to 0 (disabled).
Range: 1 – 30 minutes (default 30 minutes).
Zone Fade: When in Zone Mode, lights can be set to fade to
the unoccupied levels over this period of time.
Range: 0 – 59 seconds; 1 – 60 minutes (default 10 seconds).
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Associating Wireless Daylight Sensors and GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless Control Units
(for wireless enabled units only)
Lutron’s wireless Radio Powr SavrTM daylight sensors can be associated with the
GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless to adjust light levels when certain
daylight
levels
are detected.
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This section applies to installations where the GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless is being used in
a single-room wireless installation. Daylight sensors do not work when the GRAFIK Eye
QS is part of a RadioRA® 2 system.
To associate wireless daylight sensors and GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless control units:
1. Make sure the wireless mode of the GRAFIK Eye QS control unit
Main menu
is “Enabled” (see page 17).
Zone Setup
Note: To properly save the wireless mode, exit and then re-enter
programming mode before associating wireless daylight
Sensor Setup
sensors.
2. Enter programming mode (see page 16).
3.Use the Master buttons to highlight “Sensor setup” and press
Sensor Setup
the OK button to accept.
Add wireless sensors
4.Use the Master buttons to highlight “Add wireless sensors” and
press the OK button to accept.
Daylight
5.Press and hold the “Link” button on the front of the daylight
sensor until the sensor starts flashing. The info screen on the
GRAFIK Eye QS will display the sensor’s serial number.
Add wireless sen
6.Press the OK button on the GRAFIK Eye QS control unit. A
Initiate association
screen will confirm that the sensor has been assigned.
of sensors
7.Repeat the above steps for all desired sensors.
6.Exit programming mode (see page 16).
Daylight
SN: xxxx-xxxx:
press OK to Save
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Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Timeclock
(back) button
Link
button
To disassociate wireless daylight sensors and GRAFIK Eye QS
control units:
Refer to the Radio Powr Savr daylight 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.
Note: The wireless signal has a range of 30 feet (10 m) through
standard construction.
*Assigned*
Saved
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Daylight Sensor Setup
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Mode Assignment
This step allows you to assign daylight sensors on the QS link or connected to the
GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit. Sensors can be assigned in either Zone Mode or Group
Mode.
Zone Mode (default) is useful when the GRAFIK Eye QS is controlling lights in multiple
rooms or areas. Zone mode allows each zone to adjust its “outputted” light level based
on measured daylight levels. Only one sensor can be assigned to each zone (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 “shared by” more than one group). Each group can have a unique
target light level.
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
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 group
Occupancy
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 screen.
Daylight Sensor
To configure Zone Mode, see page 35. To configure Group
Mode
Mode, see page 36.
Setup
Note: Changing modes will remove all previous daylight
assignments.
Daylight Sensor
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Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Timeclock
(back) button
Daylight Sensor
OR
Zone Mode
Group Mode
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Daylight Sensor Setup
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Zone Mode
This step allows you to assign sensors to each zone, with one daylight sensor per
zone connected to the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit. Sensors can be assigned to
more than one zone.
Daylight Sensor
Setup
Calibrate
Searching
Saved
Sensor
x/y
SN: xxxx-xxxx:
Source: RF
Sensor
Select
Zones
x/y
Select Sensors
1.If not already done, complete the steps on page 34, and
select “Zone Mode”.
2.Use the Master buttons to highlight “Setup” and press the
OK button to accept. Available sensors will be displayed.
3.You can assign one sensor 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 zone to assign
or unassign the sensor to that zone. The zone raise button
assigns the displayed sensor, and the zone lower button
unassigns it. Repeat for all desired sensors and press OK. A
screen will verify your settings have been saved.
5. Calibrate sensors: Press the Timeclock (back) button to return
to the Daylight Sensor screen. Use the Master buttons to
select the desired group and press the OK button to accept.
6. Use the Master buttons to select the desired zone and press
the OK button to accept.
7. Put any wireless Radio PowrSavrTM daylight sensors
associated with the desired zones into Calibrate Mode: Press
and hold the “Cal” button for 6 seconds until the sensor
flashes.
8. 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. Press the OK button to accept.
9. Exit programming mode (see page 16).
Note: If wireless sensors are not found, verify that they are
associated correctly (see page 33).
Sensor Name
Daylight Sensor
Setup
3 seconds
Calibrate
Zone 1
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Master
buttons
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1-8
OK
OK
button
Timeclock
(back) button
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4 12
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5 13
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Zone raise
Zone lower
Adjust Light
More light
Less light
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Cal
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Daylight Sensor Setup
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Group Mode
This step allows you to assign daylight sensors to a group of EcoSystem® loads
connected to the GRAFIK Eye® QS control unit. You may also assign daylight sensors
to line-voltage zones in this mode.
Daylight Sensor
Daylight Groups
Setup
Configure Groups
Group 1
Group 1
Ballast 2/23
*Unassigned*
OR
Group 1
Ballast 2/23
*Assigned*
Set Up Groups
1.If not already done, complete the steps on page 34, and
select “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 x if it is currently assigned to another group (x = the
group number it is assigned to)
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.
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Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Timeclock
(back) button
(continued on next page)
OR
Group 1
Ballast 2/23
*Group 2*
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Daylight Sensor Setup
Group Mode (continued)
Daylight Sensor
Setup
Calibrate
Sensor
SN: xxxx-xxxx
Source: RF
Sensor x
Group 1
*Unassigned*
Sensor x
Group 1
*Assigned*
x/y
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Select 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 and repeat for additional sensors.
5. Calibrate sensors: Press the Timeclock (back) button to return
to the Daylight Sensor screen. Use the Master buttons to
select the desired group and press the OK button to accept.
6. Use the Master buttons to select the desired group and press
the OK button to accept.
7. Put any wireless Radio PowrSavrTM daylight sensors
associated with the desired groups into Calibrate Mode:
Press and hold the “Cal” button for 6 seconds until the sensor
flashes.
8. 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. Press the OK button to
accept.
9. Exit programming mode (see page 16).
Note: If wireless sensors are not found, verify that they are
associated correctly (see page 33).
Daylight Sensor
Setup
3 seconds
Calibrate
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Group 1
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1-8
Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Timeclock
(back) button
Cal
button
Adjust Light
More light
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Daylight Sensor Setup
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Label a Daylight Sensor (optional)
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
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. Press
Diagnostics
the OK button to accept.
7.The info screen will confirm that your name has been saved.
8.Exit programming mode (see page 16).
Sensor
x/y
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9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Timeclock
(back) button
SN: xxxx-xxxx
Source: RF
Label sensor x/y
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1: A
A
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Scene Setup
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Set Zone Levels, Fade Rates, and Shade Group Actions
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
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
Labels
the zone raise/lower buttons. The info screen will display the
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.
Press the shade button that will take the shades assigned to
Scene 1
that button group to the level you want for this scene. Repeat
Adjust fade
for any additional shade button groups. Press the OK button
3 seconds
to accept. For shade programming, see pages 47 through 50.
7.The info screen will confirm that your scene has been saved.
8.Exit programming mode (see page 16).
Scene 1
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OK
OK
button
Timeclock
(back) button
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2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
6 14
7 15
8 16
1
Shade
button group
1 9
Set shade
Groups
Master
buttons
9-16
1-8
2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
6 14
Zone raise
Zone lower
Saved
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 39
Scene Setup
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2 10
Label a Scene (optional)
1.Enter programming mode (see page
Main menu
16).
Timeclock
2.Use the Master buttons to highlight
Scene setup
“Scene setup” and press the
OK button to accept.
3.Use the Master buttons to highlight
Scene setup
“Labels” and press the OK button to
accept.
Levels
4.
Use the Master buttons to highlight
Labels
Labels
your desired scene. Press the
OK button to accept.
5.Use the Master buttons to highlight
Select scene:
“Custom” and press the OK button
to accept.
Scene 1
6.Use the Master buttons to scroll
through the characters (lowercase
and uppercase letters, plus numbers
Label scene 1
0 through 9). The character you are
currently changing will be underlined
Custom
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
Label scene 1
for any remaining characters. Press
1 / 11
the OK button to accept.
A
1: A
7.The info screen will confirm that
your name has been saved.
8.Exit programming mode (see page
16).
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4 12
5 13
6 14
7 15
8 16
9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Enable/Disable Daylighting per Scene
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
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.
Select scene:
4.Use the Master buttons to highlight your
desired scene. Press the OK button to accept.
Scene 1
5.Use the Master buttons to select “Enabled” or
“Disabled”. When a scene is disabled, it will
not respond to any commands from daylight
Daylighting
sensors assigned to the control unit. Press OK
to save.
Enabled
6.Exit programming mode (see page 16).
Saved
Saved
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 40
Set Save Mode
Main menu
Scene setup
Save mode
Save mode
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
2.Use the Master buttons to highlight “Save mode” and press
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5 13
6 14
4 12
7 15
1 9
2 10
the OK button to accept.
3.Use the Master buttons to highlight the save mode you would
like. 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 (see page 16).
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9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Save always
Saved
Save Modes
Save by OK
(default mode)
Quick scene programming mode; zone adjustments are temporary until the OK button is pressed
to confirm the selection
Save always
utomatically save changes made to lighting levels or fade time to Off (Master button changes are
A
temporary)
Save never
Do not save any temporary changes to lighting levels or fade time
Four scenes
(typically used for rented
spaces)
one raise/lower buttons are disabled
Z
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
Note: Scene Off changes can only be saved through scene setup in programming mode (see page 39).
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 41
Quick Scene Programming
Save by OK Mode
By default, the GRAFIK Eye® QS 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.
3.To set the fade time to Off for this scene,
press the OK button, then use the Master
buttons to set the desired fade time to
Off. Press the OK button to save.
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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1 9
2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
6 14
7 15
8 16
9-16
1-8
OK
1. P
ress the scene button you wish to
program.
2. U
se the zone raise/lower buttons to set
light levels.
3. U
se the Master buttons to set fade time
to Off.
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 42
Timeclock Operation
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5 13
6 14
4 12
7 15
1 9
2 10
Set Time and Date
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
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.
Set format
7. The info screen will confirm that your time and date have been
saved.
Del: 00
12 Hr
8.Exit programming mode (see page 16).
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9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Set time
08 : 00 AM
Set time
08 : 30
Set date
AM
Set date
Del: 00
2009
March
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Set date
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Timeclock Operation
Set Location
Main menu
Timeclock
Timeclock
Scene setup
Timeclock
Time & date
Location
Location by
Country, City
Lat/Longitude
Country
08 : 00
1 9
2 10
3 11
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
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 (see page 16).
USA
State
Pennsylvania
City
Saved
Philadelphia
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5 13
6 14
7 15
8 16
9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Set Daylight Saving Time
1. Enter programming mode (see page
Timeclock
16) and select “Timeclock”. Use
Location
the Master buttons to highlight “Set
DST” and press the OK button to
Set DST
accept.
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight
“YES” if your location observes
DST
daylight saving time, or “NO” if it
does not. Press the OK button to
Del: 00
Yes
accept.
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 (see page
16).
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 44
Timeclock Operation
Add an Event
Main menu
Timeclock
Timeclock
Scene setup
Timeclock
View events
Add events
Add events
Monday
Add events
Time of day
Set time
08 : 00 AM
Add events
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2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
6 14
7 15
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
2.Use the Master buttons to highlight “Timeclock” and press the
OK button to accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight “Add events” and press
the OK button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to highlight the day of the week for
this event; press the OK button to accept.
5. Use the Master buttons to highlight the type of event (fixed
time of day, or relative to sunrise or sunset); press the
OK button to accept.
6. 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).
7. Use the Master buttons to highlight the scene you wish to
activate for this event.
For a timeclock event involving only shades, scroll through
the scenes to find the group of shades and the action (1, 2,
or 3; open, preset, or close) you want to add to the timeclock
event.
Or, press the button on the shade button group that produces
the action you want to add to this timeclock event.
Press the OK button to accept.
8. The info screen will confirm that your event has been saved.
9. Exit programming mode (see page 16).
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9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Scene
Scene 1
Saved
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 45
Timeclock Operation
Delete an Event
Main menu
Timeclock
Timeclock
Scene setup
Timeclock
Copy schedule
Delete events
Delete
Monday
Delete
8:00 AM
Scene 5
01/03
1 9
2 10
3 11
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
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 (see page 16).
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5 13
6 14
7 15
9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Timeclock
(back) button
View 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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01/03
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16),
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 (see page 16).
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 46
Timeclock Operation
Set a Holiday
1 9
Timeclock
Delete schedule
Holidays
Holiday
Add
Setevent
holiday
View holiday
Set holiday
1/25
Feb
1
Set holiday
3 11
2 10
1.Enter programming mode (see page
16).
2.Use the Master buttons to highlight
“Timeclock” and press the OK button
to accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight
“Holidays” 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 (see page 16).
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4 12
6 14
7 15
8 16
9-16
1-8
View a Holiday
View Holiday
1/25
Feb 14
OR
Monday
No Holidays
Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16),
select “Timeclock,” select “Holidays,” and
select “View holiday”.
2.Use the Master buttons to scroll through
the dates of the programmed holidays.
3. If no holidays are programmed, the info
screen will display a screen informing
you.
4. Exit programming mode (see page 16).
1/25
Monday
14
Feb
ote: The GRAFIK Eye® QS with
N
EcoSystem® supports up to 25 unique
holidays. Follow the steps on page 46
to add Holiday timeclock events.
Delete a Holiday
Holiday
View holiday
Delete holiday
Saved
Feb 14
Monday
Delete?
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16),
select “Timeclock,” select “Holidays,” and
select “Delete holiday”.
2.Use the Master buttons to highlight the
holiday you wish to delete and press the
OK button to accept.
3. The info screen will confirm that your
event has been deleted.
4. Exit programming mode (see page 16).
Deleted
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 47
Timeclock Operation
Copy a Schedule
Timeclock
Copy schedule
Delete
schedule
Delete events
Copy from
Monday
Copy to
Monday
Tuesday
Timeclock
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2 10
3 11
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
2.Use the Master buttons to highlight
“Timeclock” and press the OK button to
accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight
“Copy Schedule” and press the
OK button to accept.
4. Use the Master buttons to highlight the
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
and press the OK button to accept.
6. The info screen will ask you to confirm
overwriting all events occurring on the
selected day to copy to; press the OK
button to accept.
7. Exit programming mode (see page 16).
Monday
Overwrite
all events?
Saved
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5 13
6 14
7 15
8 16
9-16
1-8
Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Delete a Schedule
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16),
Timeclock
select “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 (see page 16).
Delete
Monday
Sunday
schedule?
Deleted
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Timeclock Operation
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5 13
6 14
4 12
7 15
1 9
2 10
Afterhours Mode
Afterhours Mode is an advanced power-saving feature. It allows occupants to manually
turn on lights, but automatically turns the lights off after a specified amount of time
(Delay time). Before turning off, the lights can be set to flash to warn occupants, giving
them the opportunity to extend the time until Afterhours Mode is activated by pressing
a button on the GRAFIK Eye QS or on any associated wallstation. Afterhours Mode can
be started and stopped by Timeclock events (see page 45).
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9-16
1-8
OK
Master
buttons
OK
button
Afterhours Settings include:
Flash count: How many times the lights will dim and brighten (for dimmable loads) or turn on and off (for non-dim loads) to warn the
occupants the lights will be going to the Afterhours Scene (default 3 flashes).
Delay time: How long the system will wait from the end of the Flash Count until the lights go to the Afterhours Scene (default 15
minutes).
Warn time: How long the system will wait after a button is pressed on the GRAFIK Eye QS or on any associated wallstation (or the
space is occupied) to warn the occupants that the lights will be going to the Afterhours Scene and restart the Delay Time countdown
(default 5 minutes).
Afterhours Scene: Set by the user, the scene the lights will go to when Afterhours Mode is enabled (default scene is Scene 5).
Afterhours also has three modes to choose from:
Enabled: The enabled mode walks the user through each of the above settings’ screens (see the next page). The initial values shown
on the screens are the defaults; press OK to accept, or use the Master buttons to modify the values. A GRAFIK Eye in enabled mode
will also cause any other associated GRAFIK Eye on the link (if it is not in afterhours disabled mode) to go into afterhours mode. (See
page 57 for an explanation of association.)
Disabled: A GRAFIK Eye in disabled mode will not send any of the loads it controls into Afterhours Mode, even if set as a timeclock
event or asked to by another GRAFIK Eye on the link.
Follow: A GRAFIK Eye in follow mode has no afterhours settings of its own, but it will carry out the settings of another associated
GRAFIK Eye on the link that goes into afterhours mode.
A
B
Delay
Time
Afterhours
H
C
A: T
imeclock initiates start of afterhours mode.
Lights flash and Delay Time begins
B: Delay Time ends and Afterhours scene is activated
C: User presses a button to override Afterhours and keep lights on
D: Lights flash and Delay Time begins
E: User presses a button to override Afterhours and keep lights on
F: Lights flash and Delay Time begins
G: Delay Time ends and Afterhours scene is activated
H: Timeclock ends Afterhours mode
D
Warn
Time
Delay
Time
E
Warn
Time
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Afterhours Example
F
Delay
Time
G
(continued on the next page)
GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 49
Timeclock Operation
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5 13
6 14
4 12
7 15
1 9
2 10
Set Up Afterhours Mode
1.
E
nter
programming
mode
(see
page
16).
Main menu
2.Use the Master buttons to highlight “Timeclock”, press the
Timeclock
Timeclock
OK button to accept, then use the Master buttons to highlight
Scene setup
“Afterhours setup”, and press the OK button to accept.
3. Use the Master buttons to highlight either “Enabled”, “Follow”,
or “Disabled”. (See the previous page for explanations of the
Timeclock
three modes.) Press the OK button to accept.
4.
If “enabled” was selected, use the Master buttons to highlight
Holiday
the values for each setting; press the OK button to accept
Afterhours setup
each and continue to the next.
5. The info screen will confirm that your afterhours settings have
been saved.
Afterhours
6. Exit programming mode (see page 16).
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9-16
1-8
OK
Master
buttons
OK
button
Enabled
Warn time
Settings screens
for enabled mode:
5
minutes
Flash count
3
Delay time
15
minutes
Afterhours
Scene 5
End Afterhours Mode
To interrupt the afterhours mode and return
to the programmed timeclock event,
1.Enter programming
mode (see page 16),
select “Timeclock,”
End afterhours
and select “End
afterhours”. Press the
OK button to accept.
2. The info screen
will confirm that
afterhours mode is
ended.
3. Exit programming
mode (see page 16).
Saved
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 50
Associating PicoTM Wireless Controls and GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless Control Units
When a GRAFIK Eye QS wireless system includes a Pico wireless control, you can use the Pico
wireless control as either a scene controller or a zone controller. This page describes using the Pico
wireless control as a scene controller; the next page describes using it as a zone controller.
To use the Pico wireless control as a scene controller with a GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless control unit:
1.Make sure the wireless mode of the GRAFIK Eye QS control unit is “Enabled” (see page 17).
2.On the Pico, press and hold the top (on) and bottom (off) buttons for 3 seconds. The LED on the Pico
will flash slowly, and the scene button LEDs on the GRAFIK Eye QS will all flash.
3.On the GRAFIK Eye QS, the info screen will ask for confirmation that you wish to change the type;
press the OK button. Use the Master buttons on the GRAFIK Eye QS to select “Scene”. Press OK to
save.
Pico
Change type?
1 9
Change type?
Scene
2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
6 14
7 15
8 16
Associate
Disassociate
4.To associate the GRAFIK Eye QS with the Pico, press and hold the top scene button on the
GRAFIK Eye QS for 3 seconds (until the LEDs all flash).
To disassociate the GRAFIK Eye QS with the Pico, press and hold the bottom scene button on the
GRAFIK Eye QS for 3 seconds (until the LEDs stop flashing).
5.On the Pico, press and hold the top (on) and bottom (off) buttons for 3 seconds. The LED on the Pico
and the LEDs on associated GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless control units will stop flashing.
Functionality of the Pico control when programmed as a scene controller:
On
OK
OR
SavedSaved
Press OK
Light
9-16
1-8
On the GRAFIK Eye QS control
unit, 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 Pico control.
Top button: Scene 1
Adjust
Center round button: Scene 16
Off
Bottom button: Off
Note: The wireless signal has a range of 30 feet (10 m) through standard construction.
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 51
Associating PicoTM Wireless Controls and GRAFIK Eye® QS Wireless Control Units
To use the Pico wireless controller as a zone controller with a GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless control unit:
1.Make sure the wireless mode of the GRAFIK Eye QS control unit is “Enabled” (see page 17).
2.On the Pico, press and hold the top (on) and bottom (off) buttons for 3 seconds. The LED on the Pico
will flash slowly, and the scene buttons LEDs on the GRAFIK Eye QS will all flash.
3.On the GRAFIK Eye QS, the info screen will ask for confirmation that you wish to change the type;
press the OK button. Use the Master buttons on the GRAFIK Eye QS to select “Zone”. Press OK to
save.
Pico
Change type?
1 9
Change type?
Zone
2 10
3 11
4 12
5 13
6 14
7 15
Info
screen
8 16
9-16
1-8
OK
SavedSaved
Associate
Press OK
4.To assign a zone on the GRAFIK Eye QS to the Pico, use the zone raise/lower buttons for that zone to
set the desired preset level, then press and hold the zone raise and lower buttons simultaneously for 1
second (until the LEDs flash at the programmed preset level).
To unassign a zone on the GRAFIK Eye QS to the Pico, while the zone LEDs are flashing, press and
hold the zone raise and lower buttons simultaneously for 1 second (until the LEDs stop flashing and
the 3 middle LEDs light).
Repeat this step to assign levels for all desired zones to the Pico control. Zones assigned to the Pico
will have all LEDs flashing in unison, and zones not assigned will have the 3 middle LEDs lit.
5.On the Pico, press and hold the top (on) and bottom (off) buttons for 3 seconds. The LED on the Pico
and the LEDs on associated GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless control units will stop flashing.
OR
Disassociate
On the GRAFIK Eye QS control
unit, 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 Pico control.
Functionality of the Pico control when programmed as a zone controller:
Zone LEDs
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3 11
4 12
5 13
6 14
Zone Raise
Light
On
2 10
Top button: All assigned zones go to 100%
Zone Lower
Adjust
Center round button: A
ll assigned zones go to the programmed preset level
(Press and hold to save current levels on assigned zone as preset)
Off
Bottom button: All assigned zones go to Off
Note: The wireless signal has a range of 30 feet (10 m) through standard construction.
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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.
1
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 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. E
xit 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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3
4
5
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” (see page 17).
2.On the GRAFIK Eye QS 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.
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.
Open
Preset
Close
Press and hold the top
(open) and bottom (close)
buttons on the GRAFIK
Eye QS 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 feet (10 m)
through standard construction.
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Adjusting Shade Settings
(for Wired and Wireless Sivoia® QS Shades/Drapes)
etting Limits
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2.Select the EDU you want to adjust using
the top button on the shade button
Note: Entering Limit Setup mode may
group. Each time you press and release
cause shades to move approximately 8
the top button, a different EDU that is
inches (200 mm) up or down. Be sure
assigned to that shade button group will
that each shade is positioned so that
open and close in an 8-inch (200 mm)
the fabric can safely move 8 inches (200
range to indicate it is selected.
mm) up or down before entering Limit
Setup mode.
Tap the top button until the EDU for the
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1.On any shade1 button
group,
press
and
shade8 16you wish to adjust moves. (You
hold simultaneously the top and raise
can also use the bottom button, which
buttons. The LEDs next to the top and
moves through the assigned EDUs in the
OK
bottom buttons will cycle.
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.
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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.
Once shade/blind electronic drive units
(EDUs) have been assigned to shade
button groups, limits can be set for an
EDU only using the shade button group
it is assigned to, and a shade button
group can set limits only for those EDUs
assigned to it.
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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
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button
EDUs (electronic drive
units 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.
Note: Once EDU presets have been
assigned to buttons on a shade button
group, those presets are accessible for
an EDU only using the shade button
group it is assigned to, and a shade
button group can access preset levels
only for those EDUs assigned to it.
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Preset Adjustment: Advanced Method
Note: 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
OK
shades in the
group to be lined up with
one another in the preset, you should use
the Simple Method at left.
Note: Entering Assignment mode will
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cause
the
shades
to4 12move
between
their8 16
open and close limits. Be sure that the
open and close limits have been set
correctly.
1.On the shade button
group whose preset
you wish to adjust,
press and hold
simultaneously the top
and bottom buttons.
The LEDs next to the
buttons will flash. EDUs
(electronic drive units)
for the assigned shades
will move to their
closed limits, and EDUs
for unassigned shades
will move to their open
limits.
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.
3.Use the raise and lower
buttons to move all EDUs
for assigned shades
together to the desired
preset setting.
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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-inch (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
OK
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 and Wireless Sivoia® QS Shades/Drapes)
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Name a Group of Shades
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16).
Main menu
2.Use the Master buttons to highlight “Shade Labels” and press
EcoSystem
the OK button to accept.
Shade Labels
3.Use the Master buttons to highlight your desired shade group.
Press the OK button to accept.
4.Use the Master buttons to highlight “Custom” and press the
Select group
OK button to accept.
5.Use the Master buttons to scroll through the characters
Shade Grp 1
(lowercase and uppercase letters, plus numbers 0 through 9).
The character you are currently changing will be underlined
on the screen. Press OK to select the character you want,
then repeat for all available characters. Choose a space (no
Label shade grp
character) and press OK for any remaining characters. Press
the OK button to accept.
Custom
6.The info screen will confirm that your name has been saved.
7.Exit programming mode (see page 16).
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Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Label shade grp 1
1 / 11
A
1: A
Saved
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 56
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 A).
• Wired units: When first wired on the QS
Press and hold the top and bottom scene
link, all unprogrammed GRAFIK Eye QS
buttons until the LEDs flash (about
wired control units will replicate scene
3 seconds).
activations and Master button presses by
2.
Continue with the GRAFIK Eye QS control
other control units on the link. Associating
unit that will “listen” (replicate button
or disassociating control units determines
presses on the other control unit; in the
which units on the QS link will “talk”
drawing below this is GRAFIK Eye QS B).
or “listen” to each other. Control units
Press and hold the top scene button until
associated on a wired QS link will also
the LEDs flash (about 3 seconds).
replicate timeclock and contact closure
3.Return to the GRAFIK Eye QS control unit
settings.
that will “talk” (A). Press and hold the top
• Wireless units: GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless
and bottom scene buttons until the LEDs
control units will not automatically
stop flashing (about 3 seconds).
replicate scene activations or
4.
Repeating the process in reverse allows
Master button presses, and must be
GRAFIK Eye QS A to also “listen” to
programmed to do so. (Associating
GRAFIK Eye QS B, so that both units will
two wireless control units will not pass
follow each other.
timeclock and contact closure settings to
To disassociate two GRAFIK Eye QS
each other.) When associating multiple
control units:
wireless control units, make sure the
wireless mode of both units is set to
Simply repeat the association steps,
“Enabled.”
in the same order; press and hold
the bottom scene button on B to
Note: The wireless signal has a range
disassociate.
of 30 feet (10 m) through standard
Note: A control unit can be associated
construction.
with as many other control units as exist
on the link. Any unit can replicate any
other unit’s button presses, and any
unit’s button presses can be replicated
on an unlimited number of control units.
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5 13
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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”.
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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”.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
OK
GRAFIK Eye QS A
“Talks” to GRAFIK
Eye QS B; scene
activation and
Master button
presses activated on
unit A are replicated
on unit B.
2
3
4
5
6
OK
GRAFIK Eye QS B
“Listens” to GRAFIK
Eye QS A; unit B
replicates scene
activations and
Master button
presses on unit A.
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Diagnostics and Special Settings
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Enable/Disable Timeclock
The timeclock can be enabled or disabled as desired.
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16),
Timeclock
select “Timeclock,” and select “Enable/
Disable”. Press the OK button to accept.
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Enabled
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight either
“Enabled” or “Disabled”. Press the OK
button to accept.
3. The info screen will confirm that your setting
has been saved.
Saved
4. Exit programming mode (see page 16).
Enable/Disable IR Receiver
The IR receiver can be enabled or disabled as desired.
1.Enter programming mode (see page 16) and
IR receiver
select “IR receiver”. Press the OK button to
accept.
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Disabled
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight either
“Enabled” or “Disabled”. Press the OK
button to accept.
3. The info screen will confirm that your setting
has been saved.
Saved
4. Exit programming mode (see page 16).
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5 13
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OK
Master
buttons
OK
button
Enable/Disable Backlighting
The backlighting on the info screen can be enabled or
disabled as desired.
1.Enter programming mode (see page
Backlighting
16) and select “Backlighting”. Press
the OK button to accept.
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Enabled
2. Use the Master buttons to highlight
either “Enabled” or “Disabled”.
Press the OK button to accept.
3. The info screen will confirm that
your setting has been saved.
Saved
4. Exit programming mode (see page
16).
Diagnostics
If you are having trouble with your control unit and call
Lutron Technical Support, you may be asked for diagnostic
information about your unit.
1.Enter programming mode (see page
Diagnostics
16) and select “Diagnostics”. Press
Device SN
the 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 Lutron Technical Support).
4. Exit programming mode (see page
16).
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Activate System Accessories
Faceplate Removal
Language Selection
Once your GRAFIK Eye® QS with
EcoSystem® control unit is programmed,
you will need to activate any accessories
or interfaces that are a part of the system.
Refer to the instructions included with
those devices to set them up for proper
communication with the control unit.
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
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2
3
4
5
The GRAFIK Eye® QS is capable of
operating in the following languages:
• English
• French
• Spanish
• German
• Italian
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.
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OK
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5 13
6 14
7 15
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Master
buttons
OK
OK
button
Timeclock
(back) button
Pull down to
remove bottom
faceplate
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GRAFIK Eye® QS with EcoSystem® Installation and Operation Guide 59
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Possible Causes
Remedy
Unit does not control loads
Unit does not turn lights on
LEDs on front of unit are not ON
Circuit breaker is tripping
Circuit breaker is off
Low zone settings
Miswire
System short circuit
System overload
Switch circuit breaker on
Reprogram scenes to a higher intensity
Check wiring
Find and correct shorts
Make sure unit is not overloaded (see Zone Setup section))
Unit does not control load
Zone control does not work
Miswire
Disconnected wire
Burned-out lamps
Check wiring
Connect zone wires to loads
Replace bad lamps
1 or more zones are “full on” when any scene is
on and zone intensity is not adjustable
Miswire
Shorted line output
Make sure loads are connected to the right zones
Replace control unit
A Zone control affects more than one zone
Miswire
Check for shorts between zone outputs
Keypad buttons are not working
Miswire or loose connection on QS link
Keypad LEDs are not tracking
Wallstation programming is incorrect
Tighten loose connections at PELV terminals on all units and
other devices in the system
Check the keypad function and programming on the units
Faceplate is warm
Normal operation
Solid-state controls dissipate about 2% of the connected load
as heat.
Unit does not allow scene change or zone
adjustments
Cannot program fade time from Off
Unit in wrong save mode
Keypad in system has locked the unit
Fade time from Off not programmable;
can only program fade time to Off
Change to correct save mode
Check programming and state of keypads
Fade time from Off is always 3 seconds
Integral (direct-wired) contact closure input does
not work
Miswire
Input closure/opening is not occurring
Unit is in wrong CCI mode
Check wiring on contact closure input
Check that the input device is opening and closing properly
Change to correct CCI mode
Timeclock events do not occur
Sunrise or sunset events do not occur at the
correct time
Timeclock is disabled
Time is not set correctly
Date is not set correctly
Location is not set correctly
Holiday schedule is in effect
Enable the timeclock
Set the time
Set the date
Set the latitude and longitude correctly
Remove the holiday schedule from your programming
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Troubleshooting (continued): Wireless Functions
(for wireless enabled units only)
Symptom
Possible Causes
Remedy
Cannot associate a wireless device to a unit
Unit does not support wireless functionality
Verify unit has a model number beginning with QSGRJ or
QSGRK
Change wireless mode to “Enabled” (see page 17)
Remove devices or associate with a different unit
Unit in incorrect wireless mode
Maximum number of devices have been
associated with unit
Associated wireless devices do not control unit
Wireless devices operate incorrectly
Wireless device has been unassigned from unit
Unit in incorrect wireless mode
Multiple devices were associated to a unit and
their settings do not match
Devices are not receiving power
Out of range
Reassign wireless device to unit
Change to correct wireless mode (see page 17)
Verify wireless device settings are consistent
System is not configured correctly
Make sure wireless device settings are programmed as
indicated
Reprogram wireless device settings
Intended settings were not saved
Wireless devices selectively operate
Screen often prompts for wireless device
association
Check wireless device’s wiring/battery
Verify wireless device is within range (30 feet/10 m)
Multiple devices were associated to a unit and
their settings do not match
Devices are not receiving power
Out of range
Verify wireless device settings are consistent
Unit left in “Enabled” (wireless mode) when not
adding devices
Change wireless mode to “Ignore Programming” (see page 17)
Check wireless device’s wiring/battery
Verify wireless device is within range (30 feet)
For additional assistance with specific wireless
devices or a RadioRA® 2 system, refer to the
installation guide that came with the equipment.
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Troubleshooting (continued): Shade Functions
Symptom
Possible Causes
Remedy
EDU (electronic drive unit of the shade) will not
move
EDU is not powered
Shade fabric is caught on something
EDU is not assigned to a shade button group
Check EDU power
Check and unbind shade fabric
Assign the EDU to a shade button group
EDU (electronic drive unit of the shade) does not
fully open or fully close
Presets have been set incorrectly
Limits have been set incorrectly
Shade fabric is caught on something
Try using raise/lower buttons on shade button group
Set limits correctly
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 LEDs are off and keypad will
not control any shade
No power is going to shade button group
Check and wire power to shade button group
Shade button group LEDs are on but keypad will
not control any shade
All presets are set to the same height
Communications link is not wired to the EDU
EDU has been unassigned from shade button
group
Try using raise/lower buttons on shade button group
Check and wire the EDU link
Reassign the EDU to the shade button group
Shade button group does not operate all the
shades it is assigned to
EDU has been unassigned from shade button
group
All presets are set to the same height
EDU is not wired correctly
Shade button group is not wired correctly
Reassign the EDU to the shade button group
Try using raise/lower buttons on shade button group
Check and rewire EDU
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
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Troubleshooting (continued): EcoSystem® Functions
Symptom
Possible Causes
Remedy
Cannot add an EcoSystem device to a zone
after a “Build System” or “Address all” command
has been run
Zone is not set to EcoSystem
Set the zone to EcoSystem
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
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 level
change
EcoSystem device is not assigned to a zone
Run the “Address all” command and assign the
EcoSystem device to a zone
System does not recognize sensors connected to a
EcoSystem device
Sensor is miswired
Check sensor wiring (refer to the sensor manufacturer’s
instructions)
Run the “Sensor Setup” command
Sensor wired directly to an EcoSystem device is
not found during sensor setup
Sensor is miswired
EcoSystem device light levels can be lowered, but
not raised to full On
EcoSystem device is being affected by the daylight
sensors
Recalibrate the associated daylight sensors
“Build System” command does not find
EcoSystem loads
E1 and/or E2 are miswired or not connected
Check wiring; if wiring is correct, call Lutron Technical
Support
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Sensor was added after ”Build System” command was
run
EcoSystem device may not have detected sensor
Check sensor wiring (refer to the sensor installation
instructions)
Create motion (occupancy) or induce light (daylight)
within the sensor’s range and run the appropriate
“Setup” command
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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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CUSTOMER’S SOLE REMEDY FOR THE FOREGOING, WILL BE
LIMITED TO THE AMOUNT PAID TO LUTRON BY CUSTOMER
FOR THE UNIT. THE FOREGOING LIMITATIONS, EXCLUSIONS
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.
These products may be covered under one or more of
the following U.S. patents: 5,191,265; 5,430,356; 5,463,286;
5,838,226; 5,848,054; 5,905,442; 5,949,200; 5,982,103;
6,091,205; 6,188,181; 6,380,692; 6,687,487; 6,803,728;
7,391,297; D546,294; D547,733; D547,734; D550,163;
D550,164; D550,165; D550,166; D551,179; D552,042; and
corresponding foreign patents. Other U.S. and foreign patents may
be pending.
NEC is a registered trademark of the National Fire Protection
Association, Quincy, Massachusetts.
Lutron, the sunburst logo, Sivoia, Hi-lume, Eco-10, Tu-Wire,
RadioRA, Radio PowrSavr, Pico, seeTouch, EcoSystem, and
GRAFIK Eye are registered trademarks of Lutron Electron­ics Co., Inc. © 2009 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.
Internet: www.lutron.com
E-mail: [email protected]
World Headquarters
USA
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.
7200 Suter Road, Coopersburg, PA 18036-1299
TEL +1.610.282.3800
FAX +1.610.282.1243
Toll-Free 1.888.LUTRON1
Technical Support 1.800.523.9466
North and South America Technical Hotlines
USA, Canada, Caribbean: 1.800.523.9466
Mexico: +1.888.235.2910
Central/South America: +1.610.282.6701
European Headquarters
United Kingdom
Lutron EA Ltd.
6 Sovereign Close, London, E1W 3JF United Kingdom
TEL +44.(0)20.7702.0657
FAX +44.(0)20.7480.6899
FREEPHONE (UK) 0800.282.107
Technical support +44.(0)20.7680.4481
ASIAN Headquarters
Singapore
Lutron GL Ltd.
15 Hoe Chiang Road, #07-03 Euro Asia Centre,
Singapore 089316
TEL +65.6220.4666
FAX +65.6220.4333
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
Singapore: 800.120.4491
Taiwan: 00.801.137.737
Thailand: 001.800.120.665853
Other countries: +65.6220.4666
Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.
Made and printed in U.S.A.
P/N 032-222 Rev. B 01.19.10
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