Legrand LMRC-611MCC DLM Single Relay Room Controller w/0-10V Dimming and IPv6/Bluetooth® Quick-Start User Guide

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Legrand LMRC-611MCC DLM Single Relay Room Controller w/0-10V Dimming and IPv6/Bluetooth® Quick-Start User Guide
Wattstopper
®
DLM Wireless Scene Switch with IPv6/Bluetooth® Low Energy Technology
No: 27360 – 07/18 rev. 1
Quick Start Guide • Guide de démarrage rapide • Guía de inicio rápido
Catalog Numbers • Les Numéros de Catalogue • Los Números de Catálogo: LMSW-605
Country of Origin: Made in China • Pays d’origine: Fabriqué en Chine • País de origen: Hecho en China
Models ending in -U are BAA and TAA compliant (Product produced in the U.S.)
SPECIFICATIONS
Once paired to an LMRC-611MCC
wireless room controller, this unit is set
for Plug n’ Go™ operation, adjustment is
recommended to meet the local energy
code where installed.
Power Supply........................... Battery powered, CR123A Lithium Ion, 3 VDC
Connection to DLM Network.... Wireless via LMRC-611MCC room controllers
Wireless Hardware
Radios: ................................................................. Two IEEE 802.15.4
Frequency: .............................................................................. 2.4Ghz
Antennas: ................................. IPv6 Mesh and Bluetooth low energy
Wireless Standards
Radio 1: ..........................................................IPv6 Mesh (6LoWPAN)
Range: ........................................................................up to 60 ft.
Radio 2: ............................................................. Bluetooth low energy
Range: ........................................................................up to 30 ft.
Wireless Encryption
AES-128 bit symmetric key, randomly generated per PAN
Shared via secured DTLS only
Environment................................................................ For Indoor Use Only
Operating Temperature................................32° to 104°F (0° to 40°C)
Storage Temperature..................................23° to 140°F (-5° to 60°C)
Relative Humidity......................................5 to 95% (non condensing)
Compliance/Regulatory
FCC, RoHS,
Bluetooth certified
UL and cUL listed (E101196)
Patent Pending
The DLM Wireless 5-Button scene switch is a
wireless battery powered wall switch intended for
operation with wireless room controllers.
Do not apply cleaning solvent directly onto unit.
Apply cleaning solvent onto a cloth, then wipe the
unit to clean it.
NOTE: Installation shall be in accordance with all applicable
regulations, local, and NEC codes
INSTALLING THE SWITCH
Pull to remove
battery protection tab
before use
Connect ground wire
if installing next to
Class 1 power
WIRELESS ROOM CONNECTION
LMBR-650
For networking
and managing
rooms, floors,
and building
(optional)
IPv6 Mesh for secure
networking of DLM
rooms and devices
over 6LoWPAN
Secure Bluetooth
low energy
communication for
mobile App support
LMRC-611MCC
LMSW-605
Wireless
Scene Switch
Sensor Params
Wireless
Sensor and/or
Photosensor
LMPX-600
LMPC-600
Mode
Auto On
Blink
On
Load Type Dim
DLM Configuration App
on a mobile device
BUTTONS AND INDICATORS
LED Color
Tap when load OFF:
Turn ON to last level
Tap when load ON:
Go to full bright
Press & Hold:
Ramp Up
Tap when load ON:
Turn OFF
Press & Hold:
Ramp Down
Function
Status/Battery
Life LED
White
Unit Boot Up
Green, 1 Blink
Config Button Pressed
Scene Button (4)
Blinking Green
Push to Pair Mode
Configuration Button
(behind switch plate)
Red, 1 Blink
In normal operation, if any button is
pressed, indicates low battery
Also blinks if Reset button is pressed
Blinking Red
Push n’ Learn Mode
Blue
Any button or paddle pressed during
normal operation
SETTING UP A ROOM NETWORK BY PAIRING DEVICES
Pair wireless devices to a room controller to create a secure individual room network and enable Plug N’ Go operation.
Device pairing can be done by using Push-to-Pair (PtP) mode on the room controller and all other wireless devices, or by using the DLM
Config App.
To pair devices in a network, they must all have the same wireless channel and PAN ID. By default the channel is 15 and the PAN ID is 1.
Using Push-toPair mode, the PAN ID for all devices being paired is migrated to a new number, so that only those device communicate
with each other. Note that while the channel remains at its default value using Push-to-Pair, if you pair devices using the DLM Config
app, you can also change the channel.
Recommended Pairing Methods for Different Scenarios
Rooms with One Room Controller
Rooms with Multiple Room Controllers
Set Up a new room network
DLM Config App or Push-to-Pair Mode
DLM Config App or Push-to-Pair Mode
Add a device to an existing room network
DLM Config App or Push-to-Pair Mode
DLM Config App
NOTE: LMCS-100 software, version 4.7 or later can also be used to pair devices. However, LMCS-100 requires use of an LMBR-650.
DEVICE PAIRING USING PUSH-TO-PAIR MODE
Push-to-Pair in a room with a single LMRC-611MCC Room Controller
NOTE: Once you enter PtP mode on the room controller, a two minute timer begins. If the Config button on any device in the room is
pressed, the timer resets and begins the two minute countdown again. If no Config button is pressed within 2 minutes, the room
controller will exit PtP mode.
1. Enter PtP mode on the room controller. Press the Config button three times (within three seconds) until the LED on the room
controller flashes green.
2. Enter PtP mode on the LMSW-605. Using a pointed tool, press the Config button three times. As with the room controller, the
LED on the switch will flash green.
3. Pair the LMSW-605. Press the Config button on the LMSW-605 once to pair it to the room controller. The load connected to the
room controller will toggle once (if the load is OFF, it will turn ON; if ON, it will turn OFF) to indicate that pairing was successful.
NOTE: If there are any wireless sensors, dimmers, or additional switches in the room, repeat steps 2 and 3 for each of those
devices so that all devices are paired together in the same network. For each device, the load will toggle during step 3.
4. Exit PtP mode. Exit PtP on the room controller, by pressing the Config button 3 times. The LED on the room controller will flash
blue while it completes the pairing process. The default PAN ID on all devices will change to a new number, based on the last
four digits of the Mac address on the room controller, and now those devices will communicate only with each other and not any
devices which have not been paired. Once complete, the switches and sensors will automatically exit PtP mode and will reboot.
The LED on each switch or sensor will flash white at least once before resuming normal operation.
NOTE: It is important to exit PtP mode within the 2 minute time limit mentioned above. If you do not, none of the device pairings
will be remembered and you have to start the process over from the beginning.
Push-to-Pair in a room with multiple LMRC-611MCCs
In a room with multiple loads, there may be more than one LMRC-611MCC. They can all be paired to the same room network, allowing
the scene switch to set each load to different levels per scene. One of the room controllers will become the master, determining the PAN
ID and channel settings for all the devices in the network.
1. Enter wireless Push-to-Pair (PtP) mode on all room controllers. Press the Config button three times on each LMRC-611MCC
to put them all in PtP mode. The green LEDs will flash on all room controllers.
2. Enter PtP mode on the LMSW-605. Using a pointed tool, press the Config button three times. As with the room controller, the
LED on the switch will flash green.
3. Pair the LMSW-605. Press the Config button on the LMSW-605 once to pair it to the room controller. The load connected to the
room controller will toggle once (if the load is OFF, it will turn ON; if ON, it will turn OFF) to indicate that pairing was successful.
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NOTE: If there are any wireless sensors, dimmers, or additional switches in the room, repeat steps 2 and 3 for each of those
devices so that all devices are paired together in the same network. For each device, the load will toggle during step 3.
4. Pair the room controllers together. Press the Config button once on each room controller. This indicates to the rooms controllers
that they will be paired with each other.
5. Exit PtP mode. On one of the room controllers, press the Config button 3 times. This room controller will become the master. The
LED on the room controller will flash blue while it completes the pairing process. The default PAN ID on all devices will change to a
new number, based on the last four digits of the Mac address on the room controller, and now those devices will communicate only
with each other and not any devices which have not been paired. Once complete, the switches and sensors will automatically exit
PtP mode. The LED on each switch or sensor will flash white at least once before resuming normal operation.
NOTE: It is important to exit PtP mode within the 2 minute time limit mentioned above. If you do not, none of the device pairings
will be remembered and you have to start the process over from the beginning.
Pairing a device to an existing network
If you need to add the LMSW-605 to an existing in room network, follow the procedure below:
1. Revert the room controller to its default Channel and PAN ID. Press the Config button on the room controller seven times.
If there are multiple room controllers in the network, this should be done on the master (see note below). This will set the room
controller back to the default values for the Channel and PAN ID, so that it can communicate with the LMSW-605. However, other
devices previously paired to the room controller will still remain paired to it.
2. Enter wireless Push-to-Pair (PtP) mode on the room controller. Press the Config button three times (within three seconds)
until the LED on the room controller flashes green.
3. Enter PtP mode on the LMSW-605. Using a pointed tool, press the Config button three times. As with the room controller, the
LED on the switch will flash green.
4. Pair the devices. Press the Config button on the LMSW-605 once to pair the LMSW-605 to the room controller. The load
connected to the room controller will toggle once (if the load is OFF, it will turn ON; if ON, it will turn OFF) to indicate that pairing
was successful.
5. Exit PtP mode. Exit PtP on the room controller, by pressing the Config button 3 times. The LED on the room controller will flash
blue while it completes the pairing process. The PAN ID of the LMSW-605 will change to the value used by the previously paired
devices and the room controller also returns to that value.
NOTE: With multiple room controllers, you need to use the master room controller, but you may not know which is the master. For this
reason, Wattstopper recommends using the DLM Config App when adding a device to an existing network with multiple room
controllers. However, if the app is not available. It is possible to determine the master by using Push n’ Learn mode. The master
is the one wired to Load 1 (the first load that will turn On).
DEVICE PAIRING AND UNIT ADJUSTMENT USING THE DLM CONFIG APP
The DLM Config App is available for both iOS® and Android® devices. Search “DLM Config” on
your device to download.
The app provides the ability to pair various devices in a room. Additionally, you can modify load
binding and edit various DLM parameters for each device.
For details on the features and operation, download the DLM Config App User Guide from the Wattstopper web site at :
https://www.legrand.us/wattstopper.aspx
PLUG N’ GO OPERATION (PNG)
Once paired to the switch, all loads are bound to all buttons and the dimmer paddle
on the LMSW-605. The scene buttons are set at the factory to recall scenes 1-4.
Dimmable loads dim (ramp up or down) in response to pressing and holding either
the top or bottom of the paddle. Switched loads turn OFF when ramped down below
50% and turn ON when ramped up above 50%.
To change the preset light levels for any scene simply adjust the lights in the room to the
desired levels and then press and hold the desired scene button for 5 seconds.
Note: If there are lights that you want turned OFF for a scene, make sure that those
lights are OFF when you record the scene. If there are lights in the room that you
want to be unaffected by the scene, then you must unbind those lights from the
scene button using Push n’ Learn.
3
Default light
level
Scene 1
100%
Scene 2
75%
Scene 3
50%
Scene 4
25%
UNIT ADJUSTMENT USING PUSH N’ LEARN
NOTE: Although Push n’ Learn™ can be used to modify load binding for wireless switches, Wattstopper recommends using the DLM
Config App for ease of use and available features.
Load Selection Procedure
In situations in which there is more than one load in a room, the configuration button allows access to Push n’ Learn technology to
change the binding relationship between control devices and loads.
NOTE: PnL cannot be used to change the binding on wireless sensors, although it is possible to enter PnL mode from a sensor.
Step 1 Enter Push n’ Learn
Press and hold the Config button (on any DLM device) for 3 seconds.
The LED on the LMSW-605 begins to blink red. The LED on all switches and sensors, and the Config LED on room controllers in the
local room network will also blink red. The LEDs will continue to blink until you exit PnL mode.
NOTE: If a switch or sensor is currently “asleep”, it will not blink. To ensure the switch is currently awake before initiating PnL, press a
button first, or initiate PnL from that switch.
All loads in the room turn OFF immediately after entering PnL, then one load will turn ON. This is Load #1. On the LMRC-611MCC for
that load, the blue Load LED will also be ON.
Step 2 Load selection
Press and release the Config button to step through the loads connected to the DLM Local Network. Each time you press the Config
button, the next load in the series will turn ON along with its Load LED, and the previous load will turn OFF.
To bind or unbind a button or paddle from the load press that button or paddle on the LMSW-605 or LMDM-601. The LED on the paddle
will blink once blue or red, and then revert to blinking red. Each time you press the paddle, it will cycle to the next option:
• Blue – The button or paddle is bound to the load.
• Red – The button or paddle is not bound to the load.
Step 3 Exit Push n’ Learn
Press and hold the Config button until the red LED turns OFF, approximately 3 seconds.
RESETTING THE LMSW-605
When you reset the LMSW-605, the Channel and PAN ID will return to their default values, and if the switch was previously paired, it will
no longer be connected to that room network. All DLM parameters are also returned to their default values.
There are two ways to reset the LMSW-605:
• Press the Config button 10 times. The LED will blink green each time the Config button is pressed, and
then briefly turn white indicating it is rebooting.
• Remove the battery cover on the back to expose the recessed reset button. Use a paper clip to press and
hold the reset button for 10 seconds. When you first press the reset button, the LED will blink red once,
then after the 10 seconds will reboot and the LED will briefly turn white, indicating it is rebooting.
Paper clip
Reset Hole
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CONTAINS FCC ID: Q4B-P2 IC: 21161-P2
FCC REGULATORY STATEMENTS
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
This device complies with FCC and IC safety levels of radio frequency (RF) exposure for Mobile devices.
This device is only authorized for use in a mobile application. At least 20 cm of separation distance between this device and the user’s body must be
maintained at all times.
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by The Watt Stopper Inc. could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
WARRANTY INFORMATION
Wattstopper warranties its products to be free
of defects in materials and workmanship for a
period of five (5) years. There are no obligations
or liabilities on the part of Wattstopper for
consequential damages arising out of, or in
connection with, the use or performance of this
product or other indirect damages with respect
to loss of property, revenue or profit, or cost of
removal, installation or reinstallation.
No. 27360 – 07/18 rev. 1
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