RAB Lighting SEAL8-100N/D10/LC Washdown, Lightcloud Control System Instructions

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SEAL - 4FT SEAL - 8FT

IMPORTANT

READ CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLING FIXTURE. RETAIN THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE

.

Fixtures must be wired in accordance with the National Electrical Code and all applicable local codes. Proper grounding is required for safety. THIS PRODUCT MUST BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE APPLICABLE INSTALLATION CODE BY A PERSON

FAMILIAR WITH THE CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF THE PRODUCT AND THE HAZARDS INVOLVED.

WARNING: Make certain power is OFF before installing or maintaining fixture. No user serviceable parts inside.

CAUTION:

For proper weatherproof function all gaskets must be seated properly and all screws and plugs inserted and tightened firmly. Silicone all plugs and unused conduit entries.

SURFACE MOUNTING

The fixture is suitable for outdoor applications in wet locations either ceiling or wall mounted.

1. Use appropriate mounting hardware (not supplied) to secure the

Snap On Brackets

to mounting surface. Refer to recommended

Snap On Bracket

in

Fig. 1

for SEAL 4ft and

Fig 2

for SEAL 8ft.

WARNING:

Mount

Snap On Brackets

symmetrical about the center as shown in

Fig. 1

and

Fig. 2

.

Snap

On Brackets

must be aligned with each other to secure

Housing

.

2. Electrical splices can be easily made using 6ft cord attached to one end of

Housing

for SEAL 8ft. In order to use an alternate entry point for SEAL 8ft and for SEAL 4ft, follow below steps 3-8.

3. Unlatch the

Lens

from

Housing

.

4. Snap out the

LED & Heat Sink Assembly. Tether Cables

(2 for SEAL 4ft and 3 for SEAL 8ft) are provided, if required.

5. For an alternate conduit entry point, drill knockout (2 locations on SEAL 4ft and 3 locations on SEAL 8ft) on the back of Housing or side conduit entry knockout (2 locations on SEAL 4ft & SEAL 8ft). Unused knocked out hole should be sealed using the white silicone plug

(provided one piece in hardware polybag).

6. Feed supply power cord through cord-grip to make electrical splices.

7. Use appropriate UL approved wire connectors as required by code to complete wiring with supply wires. Be careful not to pinch wires. Quick connector is provided for easy installation, if required.

WARNING: To prevent wiring damage or abrasion, do not expose wiring to edges of sharp objects.

8. Snap in

LED and Heat Sink Assembly

and secure

Lens

to

Housing

by

Latch

. Be careful not to pinch wires. Check that gasket is fully sealed.

9. Snap

Housing

on

Snap On Brackets

as shown in

Fig. 3

.

10. Use silicone or teflon tape on all conduit entry points.

Fig. 1 - SEAL 4ft

43.8”

(1112.52mm)

Fig. 2 - SEAL 8ft

Fig. 3

Mounting Hardware

(provided by others)

Snap On Bracket (2)

Latch

43.8”

(1112.52mm)

Housing

Tether Cable

LED & Heat Sink

Assembly

Lens

Snap On Bracket

Latch

Lens

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VHOOK MOUNTING

Suspend

Housing

to sturdy ceiling structure as follows:

1. Snap

Housing

on

Snap On Brackets

as shown in

Fig. 3

.

2. Electrical splices can be easily made using 6ft cord attached to one end of Housing for SEAL 8ft. In order to use an alternate entry point for SEAL 8ft and for SEAL 4ft, follow steps 3-8 under Surface Mounting section.

3.

V Hooks

(2 pc on SEAL 4ft and 3 pc on SEAL 8ft) are provided for chain mounting. Loop

V Hooks

through

Snap On Bracket

at back of

Housing

as in

Fig. 4

.

4. Connect to two (for SEAL 4ft) or three (for SEAL 8ft) equal lengths of chain (by others) and/or appropriate hardware

(by others) suitable for mounting surface, to suspend

Housing

from

V Hooks.

5. Fixture mounting height and spacing should be determined by application requirements. Use chain suitable to support four (4) times the weight of the fixture.

6. Use silicone or teflon tape on all conduit entry points.

Fig. 4

Housing

V-Hook (4)

Snap On Bracket

0-10V DIMMABLE WIRING

Universal voltage driver permits operation at 120V thru 277V,

50 or 60 Hz. For 0-10V Dimming, follow the wiring directions in

Fig. 5

.

1. Connect the black fixture lead to the LINE supply lead.

2. Connect the white fixture lead to the COMMON supply lead.

3. Connect the GROUND wire from fixture to supply ground.

4. Connect the purple fixture lead to the (V+) DIM lead.

5. Connect the gray fixture lead to the (V-) DIM lead.

6. Cap the yellow fixture lead, if present. Do NOT connect.

NOTE: Do not connect DIM V+ (purple)/ DIM V- (gray) to line voltage or supply ground.

Fig. 5

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CLEANING & MAINTENANCE

CAUTION: Be sure fixture temperature is cool enough to touch. Do not clean or maintain while fixture is energized.

1. Lens should be washed in a solution of warm water and any mild, non abrasive household detergent, rinsed with clean water and wiped dry.

WARNING: Polycarbonate is affected by cleaning agents or other liquids containing partial solvents such as low molecular weight aldehydes and ethers, ketones, esters, aromatic hydrocarbons and perchlorinated hydrocarbons. In addition, chemical attack ranging from partial to complete destruction of polycarbonate occurs in contact with alkalines, alkali salts, amines and high zone concentrations.

Please go to rabweb.com for a detailed list of damaging chemicals.

2. Do not open fixture to clean the LED. Do not touch the

LED.

TROUBLESHOOTING

1. Check that the line voltage at the fixture is correct. Refer to wiring directions.

2. Be sure the fixture is grounded properly.

Note: These instructions do not cover all details or variations in equipment nor do they provide for every possible situation during installation operation or maintenance.

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Lightcloud is a commercial wireless lighting control system

& service. It’s powerful and flexible, yet easy to use and install. Learn more at

lightcloud.com

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

1 (844) 544-4825 [email protected]

Custom manufactured in China

© RAB Lighting, Inc

170 Ludlow Avenue Northvale, NJ 07647

Welcome

Ceiling Sensor

LCSENSE15/D10

WE’RE HERE TO HELP:

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

1 (844) 544-4825 [email protected]

Hello

Lightcloud is a wireless lighting control service.

The Lightcloud Ceiling

Sensor is a remotely configurable passive infrared motion sensor that can switch and dim both hardwired circuits and remote circuits using Lightcloud

Controllers.

Product Features

Advanced PIR Sensing

Secure Cloud Control & Configuration

Retrofit-Friendly Local Control

Scheduling & Astronomical Clock

Power Monitoring

0-10V Dimming

Patent Pending

Contents

Lightcloud Ceiling Sensor Wire Nuts x 4 x 2

Instruction Manual

Specifications

PART NUMBER

LCSENSE15/D10

INPUT

120-277VAC, 50/60Hz,

<1W (Standby) - 2W (Active)

MAXIMUM SWITCHED LOAD RATINGS

Electronic Ballast: 277VAC, 3300W

Magnetic Ballast: 277VAC, 1200W / 120VAC, 800W

Tungsten: 220VAC, 3000W

Dimming: 0-10V (Class2)

OPERATING TEMPERATURE

-20ºC to 40ºC

OPERATING HUMIDITY

10% RH to 95% RH

Non-Condensing

OVERALL DIMENSIONS

4.91” Diameter, 1.61” Height

WIRELESS RANGE

Line-of-Sight: 1000 feet

Obstructions: 100 feet

Warranty is active as long as service plan is active.

Indoor Damp Location

What You Need

Lightcloud Gateway

A Lightcloud installation requires at least one Lightcloud Gateway to manage your devices.

WE’RE HERE TO HELP:

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

or 1 (844) 544-4825 [email protected]

Wiring

Panel

SWITCHED NEUTRAL

The “Switched Neutral” white with red stripe wire is the neutral line for the load being switched. This enables power measurement. See the Power Measurement section under

“Functionality” for more information.

WHITE/RED

RED

WHITE

BLACK

Load

WHITE

BLACK

GRAY

PURPLE

0-10V

DIMMING

!

This product should only be installed by a qualified electrician and in compliance with local and national electrical codes.

Setup & Installation

1

Find a suitable location

Use these guidelines when installing devices:

• If there is a clear line of sight between two Lightcloud devices,

they can be placed up to 1000 feet apart.

• If the two devices are separated by ordinary drywall construction,

try to keep them within 100 feet of each other.

• Brick, concrete and steel construction may require additional

Lightcloud devices to go around the obstruction.

Add an additional Lightcloud

Device to extend network range around corners

DRY WALL

OR SIMIL AR

Lightcloud Gateway

<= 100 ft.

BRICK ,

CONCRETE OR

METAL WALL

Setup & Installation

(cont’d)

2

Install your Lightcloud Ceiling Sensor

INSTALL AT A JUNCTION BOX (INDOOR/OUTDOOR)

The Ceiling Sensor can control other Lightcloud devices, wirelessly.

If you don’t need to hard-wire a switched circuit to the Sensor, no problem—just tie the white/red wire to neutral and cap off any unused wires.

Sensor attached attached to wired junction box

3

Labeling your device

DEVICE IDs

ZONE NAME

PANEL/

CIRCUIT #

For setup and maintenance, we provide two Lightcloud Device Tables with the Gateway: one that you can attach to your panel and one to hand off to a building manager. Attach the Device Identification stickers included with each device to a row, then write in additional information, such as Zone name, Panel/Circuit Number, and whether or not a zone uses dimming.

Setup & Installation

(cont’d)

4

Power up

To add new devices to your Lightcloud network, call RAB at

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD, or email us at [email protected].

5

Confirm device connectivity

Confirm Status Indicator is solid green. If it is not, make sure your device is within range of another Lightcloud AC-powered device.

STATUS

INDICATOR

Setup & Installation

(cont’d)

6

Place cover

Secure cover onto sensor by pushing up and twisting to the right (clockwise).

7

Commission & Configure Your Devices

All Lightcloud products can be commissioned and configured by:

• Logging on to lightcloud.com

• Calling RAB at 1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

• Emailing us at [email protected]

Functionality

Overview

LIGHT

SENSOR

SENSOR

STATUS INDICATOR

SIGNAL

INDICATOR

POWER

INDICATOR

DEVICE

BUTTON

MOTION

INDICATOR

STATUS INDICATOR:

• Solid GREEN when connected to your Lightcloud network

• Blinking RED when not connected to a Lightcloud network. The device will

automatically continue trying to connect to a network that is in Setup Mode.

POWER INDICATOR:

Illuminated when powered. Blinking when indicated from the Lightcloud application.

SIGNAL INDICATOR:

After the Device Button has been pressed, this indicator illuminates when the device receives a message and indicates the strength of the signal.

3 - Best Signal

2 - Acceptable Signal

1 - Unacceptable Signal

Consult the “Finding a Location” section for more information.

DEVICE BUTTON:

• Press once to highlight this device in the Lightcloud Application

(pressing once also enables display of the Signal Indicators)

• Press twice to toggle circuit on and off

• Press twice and hold to set dim level

• Press and hold for 10 seconds to remove this device from a Lightcloud network

MOTION INDICATOR:

Illuminates when motion is detected

SENSOR:

Passive-infrared motion sensor

Functionality

(cont’d)

Features

PASSIVE INFRARED MOTION DETECTION

9’

0’

7.5’

15’

15’

7.5’

15’

7.5’ 0’ 7.5’ 15’

30’

OCCUPANCY & VACANCY SENSING:

The Lightcloud Ceiling Sensor can operate in either Occupancy or Vacancy Sensor modes, selectable via the Lightcloud application. In Occupancy mode, the attached circuit will be switched on when motion is detected, and off (or dimmed) when the timeout expires. In Vacancy mode, the attached circuit will be turned off when the motion timeout expires, but will only be turned on via the Lightcloud application,

Lightcloud Wall Switch, or similar. Motion detection and timeout can still be used via Lightcloud Automations to control other devices.

CONTROLLER MODE:

In Controller Mode, the attached circuit is controllable as an independent zone in the Lightcloud application. Motion detection and timeout can still be used via

Lightcloud Automations to control other devices.

RANGE TEST MODE:

When Range Test Mode is activated via the Lightcloud application, the timeout period is shortened so that you can test different sensitivities quickly. All indicators will go off except for the Motion Indicator. When satisfied, turn off Range Test

Mode to continue normal operation.

Functionality

(cont’d)

Features

0-10V DIMMING:

0-10V is a common method of low-voltage control of dimmable drivers and ballasts.

Purple: 0-10V positive | Gray: 0-10V common

Note: The National Electrical Code requires that low-voltage wiring used in the same enclosure as high voltage wiring have an equal or better insulation rating. You may need to complete your low-voltage wiring in another enclosure or use a partition.

DEVICE IDENTIFICATION:

For help with installation, there are two ways to identify this device:

• Pressing the Device Button on the actual product will produce a message in

the Lightcloud application indicating which device you are working with.

• Pressing the “Indicate” button in the Lightcloud application will cause the

device’s Status Indicator to blink green. This will also switch the device’s relay

on and off repeatedly, allowing you to quickly identify which circuit it is.

POWER MEASUREMENT:

The Lightcloud Ceiling Sensor is capable of measuring the power usage of the attached circuit. In order to utilize this function, the neutral wire of the load must be connected to the white-red switched neutral wire. If this wire is not used, it should be tied to the regular neutral wire (i.e. all neutral wires joined).

POWER LOSS DETECTION:

If power to the Ceiling Sensor is lost, the device will detect this and alert the

Lightcloud application.

EMERGENCY DEFAULT:

If communication is lost, the Ceiling Sensor may optionally fall back to a specific state, such as turning the attached circuit on. This may be configured via the

Lightcloud application or by calling RAB.

FCC Information:

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 device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B digital devices pursuant to Part 15 Subpart B, of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential 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. 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 and 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.

To comply with the FCC's RF exposure limits for general population / uncontrolled exposure, this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

CAUTION: Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by RAB Lighting may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

Lightcloud is a commercial wireless lighting control system

& service. It’s powerful and flexible, yet easy to use and install. Learn more at

lightcloud.com

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

1 (844) 544-4825 [email protected]

Custom manufactured in China

© RAB Lighting, Inc

170 Ludlow Avenue Northvale, NJ 07647

Welcome

Controller

LCCONTROL20/D10

WE’RE HERE TO HELP:

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

1 (844) 544-4825 [email protected]

Contents

Lightcloud Controller NPT Nut O-ring

Instruction Manual

Wire Nuts x 4 x 2

Specifications

PART NUMBER

LCCONTROL20/D10

INPUT

120-277VAC, 50/60Hz

<2W (Standby - 4W (Active)

MAXIMUM SWITCHED LOAD RATINGS

For Control of Magnetic, Electronic Ballast or LED

277VAC: 20A Magnetic/Resistive

240VAC: 5A Tungsten/Electronic, 20A FLA/

60 LRA, 2HP

120VAC: 15A Tungsten, 1HP

OPERATING TEMPERATURE

-40ºC to +40ºC

OVERALL DIMENSIONS

1.55" diameter, 5.75" length

1/2" NPT Mount, Male

16AWG pigtails

WIRELESS RANGE

Line-of-Sight: 1000 feet

Obstructions: 100 feet

Warranty is active as long as service plan is active

Class 2

IP66 Rated

Indoor and Outdoor Rated

Wet and Damp Location

Plenum Rated

What You Need

Lightcloud Gateway

A Lightcloud installation requires at least one Lightcloud Gateway to manage your devices.

WE’RE HERE TO HELP:

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

or 1 (844) 544-4825 [email protected]

Wiring

Panel

WHITE/RED

RED

WHITE

BLACK

Load

WHITE

BLACK

GRAY

PURPLE

0-10V DIMMING

SWITCHED NEUTRAL

The “Switched Neutral” white with red stripe wire is the neutral line for the load being switched.

This enables power measurement.

See the Power Measurement section under “Functionality” for more information.

Setup & Installation

1

Turn off power

WARNING

OFF

OFF

1a

Find a Suitable Location

Use these guidelines when installing devices:

• If there is a clear line of sight between two Lightcloud

devices, they can be placed up to 1000 feet apart.

• If the two devices are separated by ordinary drywall

construction, try to keep them within 100 ft. of each other.

• Brick, concrete and steel construction may require

additional Lightcloud devices to go around the obstruction.

Add an additional Lightcloud

Device to extend network range around corners

DRY WALL

OR SIMIL AR

Lightcloud Gateway

<= 100 ft.

BRICK ,

CONCRETE OR

METAL WALL

Setup & Installation

(cont’d)

2

Install your Lightcloud Controller

2a

Install at a Junction Box (Indoor/Outdoor)

To Load

WHITE

WHITE/RED

WHITE

BLACK

Lightcloud

Controller

RED

PURPLE

GRAY

0-10V DIMMING

0-10V is a common method of low-voltage control of dimmable drivers and ballasts. Purple: 0-10V positive | Gray: 0-10V common

NOTE: The National Electrical Code requires that low-voltage wiring used in the same enclosure as high-voltage wiring have an equal or better insulation rating. You may need to complete your low-voltage wiring in another enclosure or use a partition.

2b

At Lighting Panel or Trough

WHITE

BLACK

Space and code allowing, you may install Lightcloud devices directly in your breaker box or lighting panel. Alternatively, break out lighting circuits and install Lightcloud devices in a separate trough.

Setup & Installation

(cont’d)

3

Labeling your device

2

1

CONTROLLER DEVICE IDs

3

Your Site Name

1

DEVICE ID ZONE NAME

Front Desk

PANEL/

CIRCUIT #

2

DIMMING

For setup and maintenance, we provide two Lightcloud Device Tables with the Gateway: one that you can attach to your panel and one to hand off to a building manager. Attach the Device Identification stickers included with each device to a row, then write in additional information, such as Zone name, Panel/Circuit Number, and whether or not a zone uses dimming.

4

Power up

To add new devices to your Lightcloud network, call RAB at

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD, or email us at [email protected].

5

Confirm Device Connectivity

Confirm Status Indicator is Solid Green (see details below)

DEVICE IDENTIFICATION BUTTON

• Illuminated when device is powered

• Press once to highlight this device in the

Lightcloud Application

• Press twice to toggle circuit on and off

• Press twice and hold to set dim level

• Press and hold for 10 seconds to remove this device from a Lightcloud network

• Blinks when device is indicated from the

Lightcloud Application

SIGNAL INDICATOR

Illuminates when the device receives a message and indicates the strength of the signal.

3 - Best signal

2 - Acceptable signal

1 - Unacceptable signal

Consult the “Finding a Location” section for more information

STATUS INDICATOR

Solid GREEN when connected to your

Lightcloud network. Blinking RED when not connected. The device will automatically continue trying to connect to a network in Setup Mode.

6

Commission your devices

Log on to www.lightcloud.com or call 1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

Functionality

Configuration

All configuration of Lightcloud products may be performed using the

Lightcloud web or mobile application, or by calling RAB.

WE’RE HERE TO HELP:

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

or 1 (844) 544-4825 [email protected]

Operating Modes

CONTROLLER

Provides switching and dimming for a single zone

TRIGGER

Detect when an attached circuit is open or closed. For example, you could attach the Controller in Trigger mode to an existing occupancy sensor to allow your Lightcloud system to react to the sensor.

BLACK

WHITE

BLACK

WHITE

RED

Existing

Occupancy

Sensor

BLACK

WHITE

Load

WHITE/RED

Lightcloud

Controller

REPEATER:

Disables zone control and power measurement, and extends the range of your network.

POWER MEASUREMENT:

The Lightcloud Controller is capable of measuring the power usage of the attached circuit. In order to utilize this function, the neutral wire of the load must be connected to the white-red sense wire. If the Switched Neutral line cannot be used, it should be tied to the regular neutral wires (i.e. all neutral wires joined).

POWER LOSS DETECTION

: If mains power to the Controller is lost, the device will detect this and alert the Lightcloud application.

EMERGENCY DEFAULT:

If communication is lost, the Controller may optionally fall back to a specific state, such as turning the attached circuit on.

!

Any wires not in use must be capped off or otherwise insulated.

FCC Information:

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 device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for

Class B digital devices pursuant to Part 15 Subpart B, of the FCC rules.

These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential 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. 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 and 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.

To comply with the FCC's RF exposure limits for general population / uncontrolled exposure, this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

CAUTION: Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by RAB Lighting may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

Lightcloud is a commercial wireless lighting control system

& service. It’s powerful and flexible, yet easy to use and install. Learn more at

lightcloud.com

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

1 (844) 544-4825 [email protected]

© RAB Lighting, Inc

170 Ludlow Avenue Northvale, NJ 07647

Custom manufactured in China

Welcome

Daylight

LCDAYLIGHT

WE’RE HERE TO HELP:

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

1 (844) 544-4825 [email protected]

FCC Information:

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 device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B digital devices pursuant to Part 15 Subpart B, of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential 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. 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 and 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.

To comply with FCC RF exposure limits for general population/uncontrolled exposure, this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20cm from all persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

CAUTION: Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by RAB Lighting, Inc. may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

Hello

Lightcloud is a wireless lighting control service.

The Lightcloud Daylight is a remote, self-powered, open-loop light sensor that can switch and dim

Lightcloud Controllers and other Lightcloud devices.

Product Features

Wireless Sensing & Configuration

Ambient Light Sensor

Innovative Self-Powered Design

No Batteries

Patent Pending

Contents

Lightcloud Daylight Instruction Manual Mounting Screws

Straight & Angled

Mounting Brackets

Specifications

PART NUMBER

LCDAYLIGHT

OPERATING TEMPERATURE

-10ºC to 40ºC

OPERATING HUMIDITY

10% RH to 95% RH

OVERALL DIMENSIONS

5.25” x 3.16” x 1”

Power Supply for Setup USB Cable for Setup

USB POWER SPECIFICATIONS

Nominal Input Voltage 100-240VAC

Nominal Input Current 6mA

Nominal Power 0.2W

Frequency 47Hz-63Hz

Warranty is active as long as service plan is active.

Indoor Rated.

What You Need

Lightcloud Gateway

A Lightcloud installation requires at least one Lightcloud Gateway to manage your devices.

Lightcloud Controller

(Or similar Lightcloud actuation device)

The Daylight is designed to remotely control one or more Lightcloud devices that are capable of switching or dimming, such as the Lightcloud Controller or

Ceiling Sensor.

WE’RE HERE TO HELP:

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

1 (844) 544-4825 [email protected]

Setup & Installation

1

Plug in the Daylight device (setup only)

To join your Daylight to a Lightcloud network, plug it in with the included

Micro USB power adapter. The white Power Indicator will come on and the Device Status Indicator will blink red every 10 seconds until it is joined to your network. For setup purposes, you can plug the device in anywhere that’s convenient, but please stay near the location where it will be permanently installed in order to ensure continued network connectivity.

Once setup has been completed, you can unplug the device and it will operate exclusively on solar power—no batteries necessary.

2

Contact RAB to add your Daylight

Call us at 1(844) LIGHTCLOUD or email [email protected]

and we'll get your Daylight device added to your Lightcloud network immediately. When USB power is removed, it is normal for this

LED to be unlit.

DEVICE STATUS INDICATOR

Setup & Installation

(cont’d)

3

Find a Suitable Location

3a

The Daylight needs sunlight to operate, and must be within range of another Lightcloud device. Direct sunlight is ideal, but indirect sunlight may be acceptable if there’s enough of it.

3b

A skylight is a great location for the Lightcloud Daylight. Be aware of where shadows will land throughout the day and position the device where it will receive the most direct sunlight.

SKYLIGHT

Example of ideal placements

NOTE: Remember, south-facing surfaces usually receive more direct sunlight than north-facing surfaces.

Setup & Installation

(cont’d)

3c

The Daylight includes an angled mounting bracket that can be used to maximize the amount of sunlight landing on the device’s face.

DIRECT

SUNLIGHT

Use angled bracket to get more direct sunlight

3d

In some cases, you may want to use an extension of some kind

(not included) to mount the device from the ceiling. Just be sure it ends up in direct sunlight as much as possible.

CEILING

DIRECT

SUNLIGHT

May need to use an extension to obtain direct sunlight

!

!

The Daylight must be within range of a Lightcloud device or

Gateway. See “

Finding a Location”

The Daylight will not act as a “repeater” to extend the range of your Lightcloud network. If you need to extend your network range, use a Lightcloud Controller or other AC-powered device.

Setup & Installation

(cont’d)

4

Install

4a

Screw the straight or angled mounting bracket to the mounting surface.

4b

Snap the Daylight onto the mounting bracket.

5

Configure

Login at lightcloud.com and click on Devices to associate a zone at your site. The application will show the last measured light level so you can configure actions to take at different levels. Or, simply call or email us:

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

1 (844) 544-4825 [email protected]

Functionality

Overview

DEVICE

BUTTON

DEVICE STATUS

INDICATOR

USB POWER

INDICATOR

AMBIENT

LIGHT SENSOR

DEVICE STATUS INDICATOR:

Unlit: When not powered by USB, indicates that the device is joined to a

Lightcloud network and is operating normally

Solid green: When powered by USB, indicates that the device is joined to a

Lightcloud network

Green blink: After pressing the Device Button, indicates that a light level

measurement has been transmitted

Single red blink every 10 seconds: Not joined to a Lightcloud network

Green/Red alternating: Resetting to factory defaults

USB POWER INDICATOR:

White: Powered by USB

DEVICE BUTTON:

Press: Indicate in Lightcloud application and measure light level

Hold for 10 seconds while USB powered: Force device to leave current

Lightcloud network

Hold for 10 seconds while connecting USB power: Reset to factory defaults

and leave current network

DAYLIGHT HARVESTING:

Daylight Harvesting is the use of daylight to offset the use of electric lighting to light a space. If there’s enough daylight in a space, the Lightcloud Daylight can make sure the lights are turned down or off, and turn them back on when the sun goes down.

The Lightcloud Daylight automatically takes light level measurements every 10 minutes. Pressing the Device Button will make an immediate measurement. Call or email RAB, or log in to lightcloud.com to configure actions to take at different light levels, such as turning off a zone when the light level exceeds 50 foot-candles.

Lightcloud is a commercial wireless lighting control system

& service. It’s powerful and flexible, yet easy to use and install. Learn more at

lightcloud.com

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

1 (844) 544-4825

Welcome

© RAB Lighting, Inc

170 Ludlow Avenue Northvale, NJ 07647

Custom manufactured in China

Dimmer

LCDIMMERW

WE’RE HERE TO HELP:

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

or 1 (844) 544-4825

Hello

Lightcloud is a wireless lighting control service.

The Lightcloud Dimmer is an in-wall switch that connects wirelessly to a

Lightcloud Controller to provide switching, dimming and scene control.

Product Features

Wireless Control & Configuration

Zone Switching & Dimming

Dim Level Indicator

Scene Selection

Nightlight

Contents

Dimmer

Faceplate Bracket

2x 6-32 1/2” Screws

Faceplate

Instruction Manual

2x 6-32 5/16” Screws

Specifications

PART NUMBER

LCDIMMER/W

INPUT

120-277VAC, 50/60Hz, 2W

OPERATING TEMPERATURE

0ºC to 40ºC

DIMENSIONS

Dimmer: 1.77”W x 2.7”H x 1.49”D

Faceplate: 2.94”W x 4.69”H x 0.06”D

Faceplace Bracket: 2.8”W x 4.55”H x 0.13”D

18AWG grounding; terminals supporting up to 12AWG wire

WIRELESS RANGE

Line-of-Sight: 1000 feet

Obstructions: 100 feet

What You Need

A Lightcloud Gateway

Wiring

WHITE / NEUTRAL

BLACK / HOT

GREEN / GROUND

PANEL

A Ceiling Sensor

(Or similar actuator)

WE’RE HERE TO HELP:

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

or 1 (844) 544-4825

CAUTION

• Use only copper wire.

• Do not operate with the faceplate removed.

• This product should only be installed by a

qualified electrician and in compliance with

local and national electrical codes.

• This product should only be installed in a

UL-approved single gang wall-box enclosure.

• Indoor use only.

Finding a suitable location

Lightcloud uses a wireless mesh network to connect devices such as the Dimmer to the

Gateway. Unlike a WiFi router, each Lightcloud device may connect another device to the network. If there is a clear line of sight between two Lightcloud devices, they can be placed up to 1000 feet apart. If the two devices are separated by ordinary drywall construction, try to keep them within 100 feet of each other.

Brick, concrete and steel construction may require additional AC-powered Lightcloud devices to go around the obstruction. See the Deployment section of your Gateway for more information.

Setup & Installation

1

Turn off power

WARNING

OFF

OFF

Setup & Installation

(cont’d)

2

Install the Lightcloud Dimmer

2a

Screw the line (black) and neutral (white) wires into the labeled connectors on the back of the Dimmer. Connect the ground wire (green).

2b

Use the two 6-32 1/2" Phillips round head screws to secure the Dimmer to the junction box.

Make sure the arrow labeled “TOP” is pointing up.

Setup & Installation

(cont’d)

2

Install the Lightcloud Dimmer (cont’d)

2c

Use the two 6-32 5/16" Phillips flat-head screws provided to secure the faceplate bracket to the Dimmer.

2d

Snap the faceplate onto the faceplate bracket.

Setup & Installation

(cont’d)

3

Labeling your device

DEVICE IDs

ZONE NAME

PANEL/

CIRCUIT #

For setup and maintenance, we provide two

Lightcloud Device Tables with the Gateway: one that you can attach to your panel and one to hand off to a building manager. Attach the

Device Identification stickers included with each device to a row, then write in additional information, such as Zone name, Panel/Circuit Number, and whether or not a zone uses dimming.

4

Power up

To add your Lightcloud Dimmer to your system, enable Setup Mode via the Lightcloud application or call RAB at 1 (844) 544-4825. When the

Dimmer powers up, it will automatically try to join, and keep trying until it is able to join.

If you are installing multiple devices, you may wait until they are all installed to enable

Setup Mode.

When all devices have been commissioned, remember to disable Setup Mode.

ON

5

Confirm device connectivity

Confirm Network Status Indicator is solid green (see details below).

Functionality

Configuration

To pair the Dimmer with a zone, assign scenes or perform other configuration, use the Lightcloud web application or call RAB:

WE’RE HERE TO HELP:

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

or 1 (844) 544-4825

Overview

NETWORK

INDICATOR

SIGNAL

STRENGTH

INDICATOR

TOP BUTTON

DEVICE

BUTTON

BOTTOM

BUTTON

DIM LEVEL

INDICATOR

NIGHT

LIGHT

DEVICE BUTTON

(press using paperclip)

:

• Single press: Indicate in Lightcloud application

• Hold for 10 seconds: Force device to leave current

Lightcloud network

DIM LEVEL INDICATOR:

• Displays current dim level (Zone mode)

NIGHTLIGHT:

• White: Lit when zone is off so you can find the

dimmer

SIGNAL STRENGTH INDICATOR:

• Indicates strength of the connection to next

Lightcloud Device

NETWORK INDICATOR:

• Solid green: Connected to a Lightcloud network

• Blinking red: Not connected to a Lightcloud network

The network and signal strength indicators are lit for

10 minutes following initial power on. To display the

indicators later on, simply press the device button once.

TOP AND BOTTOM BUTTONS:

Functionality depends on which mode is being used; see next page for details.

Functionality

(cont’d)

Features

The Lightcloud Dimmer can be used in Switch Mode,

Dimmer Mode or Scene Mode. To switch between these modes and access other configuration options, use the Lightcloud web application, or call RAB at

1-844-LIGHTCLOUD.

SWITCH MODE: In Switch Mode, the Dimmer is paired with a specific zone to provide switching.

Top and Bottom Buttons:

• Single Press: Switch zone on/off

DIMMER MODE: Dimmer Mode takes Switch Mode and adds dimming capabilities.

Top Button:

• Single press while zone is off: switch zone on.

• Single press while zone is on: dim up to max gradually,

stopping at current position if bottom button is pressed.

• Press and hold while zone is on: dim up gradually,

release to set dim level.

Bottom Button:

• Single press while zone is on: switch zone off.

• Press and hold while zone is on: dim down gradually,

release to set dim level.

SCENE MODE: In Scene Mode, the top and bottom buttons activate preselected scenes. This can be configured using the Lightcloud web application or by calling RAB.

FCC Information:

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 device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for

Class B digital devices pursuant to Part 15 Subpart B, of the FCC rules.

These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential 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. 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 and 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.

To comply with FCC RF exposure limits for general population/ uncontrolled exposure, this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20cm from all persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

CAUTION: Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by RAB Lighting, Inc. may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment. Custom manufactured in China.

Manual

®

Device Specifications

PART NUMBER

LCGATEWAY

ELECTRICAL

The Lightcloud Gateway is designed to be hard-wired to AC power by a qualified electrician.

INPUT

120-277 VAC, 50/60 Hz

60-45mA

BATTERY

Li-ion battery. Contact RAB only for replacement batteries.

CAUTION! RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT

TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO LOCAL LAWS.

Some communities offer recycling or collection of rechargeable batteries— contact your local government for disposal practices in your area.

DISCONNECT

An external readily accessible disconnect device, such as a circuit breaker, is required.

Custom manufactured in China

Copyright © 2016 RAB Lighting, Inc.

Contents

7

8

5

6

Introduction

System Overview

Lightcloud Gateway

Lightcloud Devices

9

10

11

12

Finding a Suitable Location

Best Practices

Best Practices

Getting Started

13

14

17

Installation

Lightcloud Gateway

Lightcloud Devices & Table

18

18

18

18

Setup

Network Setup

Gateway Activation

Lightcloud Devices

3

4

Welcome to lighting control that just works.

Lightcloud is a cloud-based wireless lighting control system that makes it easy to take charge of your lighting—from sensing to dimming, schedules to scenes, and everything in between.

Control and configure your system remotely using the Lightcloud Application, or call RAB to have our experts set up your system just how you need it.

5

6

System Overview

An individual Lightcloud installation, or Site, requires at least one Lightcloud

Gateway depending on the environment and usage. Your Lightcloud devices communicate with each other and the Gateway via a wireless mesh network, which allows site layout to be flexible and robust.

The Lightcloud Gateway and Devices require a subscription to function beyond the installation period. Call RAB at 1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD or visit lightcloud.com to set up your account. Your Lightcloud subscription gets you these state-of-the-art features:

• Online control & configuration at control.lightcloud.com

• Device commissioning

• Free support

• Telephone concierge

• Energy monitoring

Lightcloud Gateway

The Gateway connects your system to our secure, private server via a cellular signal, so you don’t have to worry about providing your own internet connection. With the

Gateway powered and connected, your

Lightcloud site is at your command with the

Lightcloud Application. For maximum security, the Gateway isn’t exposed to the internet at all, and for maximum reliability, the Gateway contains an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) that will maintain power for up to 2 hours.

When the Gateway is not powered or available, switching devices such as the Controller will fall back to a configurable emergency mode, such as turning on to full brightness.

Lightcloud Gateway

7

8

Lightcloud Devices

LIGHTCLOUD DEVICES THAT CONNECT TO THE GATEWAY

Lightcloud Controller

The Controller switches circuits up to 20A as well as provides a 0-10V dimming interface for dimmable drivers and ballasts.

Lightcloud Ceiling Sensor

The Ceiling Sensor is an intelligent passive infrared motion sensor that can be configured for both occupancy and vacancy sensing. Switches up to 15A and provides 0-10V dimming.

Lightcloud Daylight

The Daylight is an innovative, self-powered daylight harvesting sensor that measures available light and adjusts your lighting automatically.

Lightcloud Dimmer

The Wall Dimmer puts advanced control at your fingertip. Configure via the

Lightcloud App to switch & dim a zone or change scenes.

Lightcloud Devices

Learn more about Lightcloud Devices at lightcloud.com

Finding a Suitable Location

The Gateway should be installed in a dry or non-condensing damp environment only.

Use these guidelines when installing additional Lightcloud devices:

• If there is a clear line of sight between two devices, they can be placed up to 1000 feet apart.

• If the two devices are separated by ordinary drywall construction,

try to keep them within 100 feet of each other.

• Brick, concrete and steel construction may require additional

devices to go around the obstruction.

Finding a Suitable Location

9

Best Practices

Unlike an ordinary WiFi router, where all devices must be within range of the router, hard-wired Lightcloud devices extend the range of the network—so as long as each device is within range of another, you’ll have a strong, reliable system.

NOTE

:

Lightcloud Daylight devices do not

extend the range of a Lightcloud network.

PROBLEM M ATERIALS

M E TA L C O N C R E T E B R I C K

Large amounts of metal, concrete and brick are bad news for radio signals; in some cases, you’ll have to go around these obstacles with additional AC-powered Lightcloud devices.

10

Best Practices

Add an additional Lightcloud

Device to extend network range around corners

DRY WALL

OR SIMIL AR

Lightcloud Gateway

<= 100 ft.

BRICK ,

CONCRETE OR

METAL WALL

Best Practices

(Continued)

Lastly, consider sources of invisible interference.

Avoid placing Lightcloud devices near microwaves, motors (especially elevator mechanical rooms) or any other radio amplifiers and antennas.

PROBLEM DEVICES & SIGNALS

M I C R O WAV E S

E L E VATO R M E C H A N I C A L R O O M S

A M P L I F I E R S & A N T E N N A S

Best Practices

11

Getting Started

INSIDE YOUR GATEWAY

12

CONTAINS

2x Wire Nuts

2x Mounting Screws

4x Device ID Labels

Getting Started

ACTIVATION STEPS

G ATE WAY

DEVICE TABLE

DEVICE ID ZONE NAME

PANEL/

CIRCUIT # PWR/ENGY

DIM NOTES

MANUAL

Manual

®

Installation

The Lightcloud Gateway is rated 120-277VAC and contains an integral junction box for hard-wired installation by a qualified electrician.

POWER

CELLULAR SIGNAL STRENGTH

SYSTEM STATUS

LED Indicators

P OWER

Green: Fully powered

CELLUL AR

Off: No or poor cellular signal. You must move the Gateway to a location with better cellular signal.

Solid Yellow: Adequate cellular signal. This signal strength works for most applications, but if possible, move to a location with better signal.

Solid Green: Good cellular signal.

S YSTEM STATUS

Blinking Yellow: Initializing

Solid Yellow: Error: Cannot reach Lightcloud service. Check Cellular Signal Strength and call RAB for technical support.

Blinking Green: Ready to connect with new

Lightcloud devices

Solid Green: Normal operation

Installation

13

Installing the Lightcloud Gateway

Follow instructions and steps to successfully install your Gateway.

1

STEP ONE

2

STEP T WO

WARNING

OFF

3:14

Choose a location with good cellular signal. Check your phone’s signal for reference.

NOTE

:

Locations with significant

concrete and brick construction, or underground locations, are not recommended. Do not install inside metal enclosures.

OFF

Turn off the breaker and prepare the circuit you’ll use to power the

Gateway. A dedicated circuit is recommended.

14

Installation Lightcloud Gateway

3

STEP THREE

Remove a knockout (KO) from the Gateway using a flat-blade screwdriver and hammer. Place the screwdriver blade at the edge of the

KO, then tap the screwdriver with the hammer to weaken the attachment. Work your way around the edge of the

KO until it breaks away.

4

STEP FOUR

5

STEP FIVE

6

STEP SIX

ON

ON

Mount the Gateway to the installation surface using size

10 screws appropriate for the surface material. For direct installation onto an external junction box, use the junction box’s included screws.

NOTE

:

Conduit must be used to

connect to side knockouts.

Install included battery with negative (-) end facing towards junction box area. Call RAB to request replacement rechargeable batteries.

Use RAB-provided batteries only.

Connect hot and neutral wires with included wire nuts.

Turn breaker back on.

Installation Lightcloud Gateway

15

Installing Lightcloud Gateway

(Continued)

7

STEP SEVEN

8

STEP EIGHT

DEVICE ID

2

1

GATEWAY DEVICE IDs

3

ZONE NAME

PANEL/

CIRCUIT # PWR/ENGY

DIM NOTES

16

Turn on the Gateway main power switch. Replace outer cover and use included screws to secure.

When all devices are installed and powered, you’re ready to call RAB to activate and verify your system, and complete your site’s configuration.

NOTE

:

Use only RAB authorized parts.

Installation Lightcloud Gateway

Place extra Device ID stickers on your Lightcloud

Device Table (see page 18) for future reference.

For each device, find the number from the panel board and write it down on the Device Table.

Lightcloud Devices

Lightcloud devices that are mains hard-wired powered are designed to be installed on a junction box or similar enclosure, and must be installed by a qualified electrician. Refer to your device’s manual for installation considerations and best practices.

TIP:

Use extra Device ID stickers on or near your devices or circuits for easier identification.

Lightcloud Device Table

The Device Table is essential for referencing during setup or for troubleshooting—don’t forget it! Two copies are provided: one to keep near your Gateway, and one for the building owner or facility manager to file.

IN THE BOX MOUNT IT

Mount device table to breaker box.

HOW TO USE IT

Place Gateway ID sticker at the top.

DEVICE ID ZONE NAME

PANEL/

CIRCUIT # PWR/ENGY

DIM NOTES

GATEWAY ID:

PWR/ENGY

: if a zone uses the Controller’s integrated power monitoring, place a checkmark.

DIM

: if a zone uses the Controller’s 0-10V dimming wires, place a checkmark here.

Lightcloud Devices and Table

17

Setup

Gateway Activation

When you power your Gateway and it shows sufficient cellular signal

(solid yellow or green LED), call 1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD or 1 (844)

544-4825 to activate it and complete the rest of your site setup.

Network Setup

To add new devices to your Lightcloud network, call RAB at

1 (844)

LIGHTCLOUD.

Software Setup

Lightcloud is cloud-based—no software to install or maintain, ever.

Once you have a Lightcloud account, you can login to lightcloud.com at any time to configure and control your system.

Full Service

Need to change something about your system? No need to log in—

RAB can do it for you! Call 1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD and our support specialists will get you where you want to be.

18

Setup

FCC Information:

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 device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B digital devices pursuant to Part 15

Subpart B, of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential 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. 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 and 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.

To comply with the FCC’s RF exposure limits for general population / uncontrolled exposure, this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20 cm from all persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

CAUTION: Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by RAB Lighting may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

19

Lightcloud is a commercial wireless lighting control system

& service. It’s powerful and flexible, yet easy to use and install. Learn more at

lightcloud.com

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

1 (844) 544-4825 [email protected]

© RAB Lighting, Inc

170 Ludlow Avenue Northvale, NJ 07647

Custom manufactured in China

Welcome

LCTOUCH10

Touch

WE’RE HERE TO HELP:

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

1 (844) 544-4825 [email protected]

Hello

Lightcloud is a wireless lighting control service. The Lightcloud

Touch is a wall-mounted 10" touchscreen tablet that gives users a convenient and customizable interface for controlling a Lightcloud site.

Product Features

AC-powered for permanent installation

Customizable zone and scene control

Direct local control for minimum latency

Easy setup from your computer or mobile device—or just call RAB

Patent Pending

Contents

Lightcloud Touch Instruction Manual Six #6-18 x 1” Drywall Screws

Specifications

PART NUMBER

LCTOUCH10

INPUT

120VAC, 0.3-0.15A, 50/60Hz

OPERATING TEMPERATURE

0°C to 40°C

MAXIMUM RELATIVE HUMIDITY

90%

OVERALL DIMENSIONS

11” x 7.8” x 2.3”

WIRELESS RANGE

Line of Sight

Obstructions

1000 feet

100 feet

Indoor Rated.

What You Need

Lightcloud Gateway

A Lightcloud installation requires at least one Lightcloud Gateway to manage your devices.

Lightcloud Controller

(Or similar Lightcloud actuation device)

WE’RE HERE TO HELP:

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

1 (844) 544-4825 [email protected]

Finding a Suitable

Location

Lightcloud uses a wireless mesh network to connect devices such as the Dimmer to the Gateway. Unlike a WiFi router, each Lightcloud device may connect another device to the network. If there is a clear line of sight between two

Lightcloud devices, they can be placed up to 1000 feet apart. If the two devices are separated by ordinary drywall construction, try to keep them within

100 feet of each other. Brick, concrete and steel construction may require additional AC-powered Lightcloud devices to go around the obstruction.

See the Deployment section of your

Gateway for more information.

Wiring

BLACK / HOT

WHITE / NEUTRAL

PANEL

Setup & Installation

1

Turn off power

WARNING

OFF

2

Install the Touch

a. Choose a junction box at which to

install the Touch, keeping in mind

the guidelines from "Finding a

Suitable Location".

b. Affix the bracket to the wall using

the six #6-18 x 1" screws included.

c. Connect hot and neutral wires to

the wires on the back of the Touch

as shown in the “Wiring” section. d. Hang the touch from the bracket.

OFF

Setup & Installation

(cont’d)

3

Labeling your device

For setup and maintenance, we provide two Lightcloud Device Tables with the Gateway: one that you can attach to your panel and one to hand off to a building manager. Attach the Device Identification stickers included with each device to a row, then write in additional information, such as Zone name, Panel/Circuit Number, and whether or not a zone uses dimming.

DEVICE IDs

4

Enabling your device

4a

Turn the Touch on by holding the power button on top.

ZONE NAME

PANEL/

CIRCUIT #

Setup & Installation

(cont’d)

4

Enabling your device

(cont’d)

4b

Call RAB at 1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD, or email us at [email protected], to add the Touch to your Lightcloud network.

4c

Once the Touch has joined your network, you'll see the screen below.

Functionality

Configure

All Lightcloud products can be commissioned and configured by:

• Logging on to lightcloud.com

• Calling RAB at 1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

• Emailing us at [email protected]

1

Configuring the Touch by calling or emailing RAB

1 (844) LIGHTCLOUD

1 (844) 544-4825 [email protected]

2

Configuring the Touch using the web/mobile application

2a

Navigate to https://control.lightcloud.com and log in.

Functionality

(cont’d)

2

Configuring the Touch using the web/mobile application

(cont’d)

2b

Click the menu icon in the top left.

2c

Navigate to your Site, then click Devices.

2d

Find your Touch device in the Device List on the left

Functionality

(cont’d)

2

Configuring the Touch using the web/mobile application

(cont’d)

2e

Click the icon to add zone and/or scene controls to your Touch.

In this example, we've configured our

Touch to control two zones and one scene:

2f

Within a few seconds, the tablet UI refreshes to reflect our changes.

FCC Information:

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 device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for Class B digital devices pursuant to Part 15 Subpart B, of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential 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. 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 and 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.

To comply with FCC RF exposure limits for general population/uncontrolled exposure, this transmitter must be installed to provide a separation distance of at least 20cm from all persons and must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

CAUTION: Changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly approved by RAB Lighting, Inc. may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

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