Energi Savr Node with EcoSystem Application Design Guide

Energi Savr Node with EcoSystem Application Design Guide
EcoSystem
Design and Application Guide
®
EcoSystem
®
Lutron solutions do more than just control the light
in a space. With the right design strategies,
they can save substantial amounts of energy,
reduce operating costs, and improve productivity.
NEW EcoSystem H-Series
digital ballasts
pg. 16
Radio Powr Savr™
wireless daylight sensor
pg. 24
Energi Savr Node™ with
EcoSystem module
pg. 21
NEW Pico® wireless controls
pg. 28
NEW Radio Powr Savr wireless
occupancy and vacancy sensor
pg. 26
Energy-saving strategies
High-end trim/Tuning 1
(20% lighting)
2
Occupancy or vacancy sensing (15% lighting)
(15% lighting)
Daylight harvesting 3
4
(10% lighting)
Personal dimming control Potential lighting energy savings
60%
Sources can be found on pg. 04.
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EcoSystem
®
EcoSystem design and application guide
EcoSystem is a lighting control system comprised of digital fluorescent dimming ballasts,
LED drivers, controls, and environmental sensors. Working together, these components:
04 Energy-saving light control strategies
06 Codes and standards
08 Foundation for a system
10 How to design a system
12 Wiring overview
save up to 60% of lighting electricity usage
increase space flexibility
increase occupant comfort and productivity
reduce maintenance costs
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•
•
•
Annual electricity use in commercial buildings1
40
Lutron solutions
39%
Save 60% of lighting energy
Save 10-30% of HVAC energy
35
30
60%
25
28%
20
15%
15
Components
16 EcoSystem H-Series digital ballasts
17Hi-lume® 3D digital ballasts
18EcoSystem digital ballasts with integral
sensor connections
19 EcoSystem digital ballasts
20 Hi-lume A-Series LED drivers
21 Energi Savr Node with EcoSystem module
22 QS sensor module
23 Other Energi Savr Node modules
24 Daylight sensors
26 Occupancy/Vacancy sensors
28Pico® wireless controls
29Infrared receivers and remote
control transmitters
30seeTouch® QS wallstations
31 EcoSystem wallstations
32 QS interfaces
33Programming
34 Expanding the system
36 Concept drawings
42 Emergency system integration
43 System hierarchy
44 Buy American Act
45 Custom ballast factor
18%
10
5
0
Lighting
HVAC
Office
Equipment
Other
EcoSystem is designed for office spaces, K–12/university classrooms, and patient rooms, where lighting
typically accounts for 39% of electricity usage. These applications benefit from EcoSystem’s unparalleled
energy savings achieved through the use of personal controls including wallstations and infrared remote
control transmitters, and environmental sensors such as daylight and occupancy/vacancy sensors.
NEW!
In addition to providing energy savings, EcoSystem creates a more flexible workspace in which lighting
fixtures with EcoSystem fluorescent ballasts and LED drivers are individually addressed. These ballasts
and drivers are programmed, instead of wired, to work individually or as a group, creating flexibility in
a space that adjusts to the shifting needs of any building.
Finally, EcoSystem features fewer parts and user-friendly programming reducing lighting system maintenance.
Environmental sensors and personal controls integrate wirelessly or connect directly to any ballast, Energi
Savr Node™ module, or QS sensor module, eliminating interfaces, power packs, and control devices.
The new EcoSystem H-Series ballast is a cost-effective digital ballast option
designed to meet the growing need for intelligent energy savings. The H-Series
ballast offers superior capability, easy setup, and increased flexibility, see pg. 16.
1Energy Information Administration, 2003 Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey, released April 2009.
(www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/cbecs/cbecs2003/lighting/lighting1.html)
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100% strategies
Energy-saving light control
100%
1
15%
Off
7PM
0%
Off
7AM
15%
Off
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7PM
Electricity Usage
Savings
Best applied in areas such as meeting rooms,
offices, classrooms, and patient rooms.
3
Noon
0%
Off
7AM
100%
100%
Provide personal choice and control of light
levels to accommodate for different tasks and
activities. Permit dimming from multiple locations.
Lights
Allow the ability to turn lights on and off.
on
Best applied in areas with large windows
or skylights, such as perimeter offices,
Lights
on
classrooms, malls, and
atriums.
Typical lighting energy savings:
Off
0% Off
7AM
Noon
7PM
Off
7PM
Noon
Personal dimming control
100%
Savingsdaylight.
Take advantage of available
Adjust electric lighting smoothly,
unobtrusively and continuously.
2
Typical lighting energy savings:
0% Off
7AM
1Newsham, G. R.; Donnelly, C.; Mancini, S.; Marchand, R.G.; Lei, W. Charles, K.E.; Veitch, J.A. (August 13-18, 2008). The effect of
ramps in temperature and electric light level on office occupants: a literature review and laboratory experiment. Institute for Research
in Construction. Retrieved from http://www.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca/obj/irc/doc/pubs/nrcc41868/nrcc41868.pdf
2IESNA 2000 Proceedings, Paper #43: An analysis of the energy and cost savings potential of occupancy sensors for commercial
lighting systems. ”Occupancy sensor savings range from 17% to 60% depending upon space type and time delay settings.”
3US Department of Energy. How to Select Lighting Controls for Offices and Public Buildings. Claim: 27% potential savings
using daylight harvesting.
4IESNA 2000 Proceedings, Paper #34: Occupant Use of Manual Lighting Controls in Private Offices. “Giving the occupant manual
switching and dimming provided a total of 15% added savings above the 43% achieved by motion sensors.”
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Lights on
Off
7PM Noon
Lights on
Typical lighting energy savings:
0% Off
7AM
Noon
Potential lighting energy savings when combining all light control strategies:
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10%
Off
Electricity Usage
20%
Savings
Savings
Best applied in enclosed areas such
as meeting rooms, offices, classrooms,
and corridors.
Savings
Daylight harvesting
Lights
on
100%
Savings
Off
0% Off
7AM
Noon
7PM
0% Off
Noon 7AM
Off
7PM
100%
Slowly dim lights to a low level or turn lights
off when the space is unoccupied; turn lights
on when someone enters.
Best applied in daylit spaces such as open
office areas, classrooms, and corridors
or when retrofitting an existing installation.
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Electricity Usage
Savings
0% Off
Noon 7AM
100%
Lights on
Occupancy/Vacancy sensing
Set the maximum light level in a space based
on customer or design requirements.
Typical lighting energy savings:
Lights on
Off
7PM
100%
Savings
Savings
High-end trim/Tuning
Savings
Savings
Noon
0% Off
7AM
Off
7PM
Savings
Electricity Usage
Lights on
Lights
on
Noon
100%
Savings
0% Off
7AM
Savings
Electricity Usage
Off
7PM
100%
100%
Savings
Savings
Electricity Usage
100%
Lights on
0% Off
7AM
Electricity Usage
Despite the fact that most lighting is energy-efficient fluorescent, the number-one source of energy
consumption in any building is still lighting.
Lights on
Off
Off
0% Off
0% Off
7AM
Noon
7AM
Noon
7PM
7PM
Electricity Usage
Off
7PM
Lights on
Savings
Electricity Usage
Intelligent lighting control offers a significant energysaving opportunity
Electricity Usage
Savings
Electricity Usage
Savings
Electricity Usage
Electricity Usage
Electricity Usage
100%
4
7PM
60%+
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0%
Off
7AM
Codes and standards
ASHRAE Energy Code 90.1–2010
ASHRAE Section
ASHRAE Energy Code 90.1–2010 is the newest energy
standard and is the basis for most state-specific codes as
well as the IECC code. The following chart outlines sections
of the ASHRAE code most applicable to lighting energy, and
identifies the Lutron® lighting control solutions that can help
you meet and exceed these codes.
Automatic Daylighting Controls for Primary Sidelighted
Areas (9.4.1.3) and for Toplighting (9.4.1.4)
Sidelighted areas larger than 250 sq. ft. (and/or daylighted
areas under skylights larger than 900 sq. ft.) must have a
multi-level photocontrol that reduces electric lighting in
response to available daylight with at least one control step
that is between 50% and 70% of design lighting power and
another control step that is no greater than 35% (including
off) of design power.
For more specific information on energy codes in your state,
visit www.bcap-energy.org.
ASHRAE Section
EcoSystem with wired or wireless
daylight sensor(s)
Lighting Control Solution
Automatic Lighting Shut-off (9.4.1.1)
Additional Lighting Control (9.4.1.6)
Interior lighting shall be controlled with an automatic control
device to shut off building lighting in all spaces (no 5,000 sq. ft.
minimum building size)
EcoSystem® with wired or wireless
occupancy/vacancy sensors and
timeclock integration
Stairwell lighting—Lighting in enclosed stairwells shall have
one or more control devices to automatically reduce lighting
power in any one controlled zone by at least 50% within 30
minutes of all occupants leaving that controlled zone.
EcoSystem with wired or wireless
occupancy/vacancy sensors
Additional Lighting Power (9.6.2)
Space Control (9.4.1.2)
Multi-level lighting—The controlled lighting in a space
shall have at least one control step between 30% and
70% (inclusive) of full-lighting power in addition to all off.
EcoSystem with dimming control;
multi-scene control
Each space enclosed by ceiling height partitions shall
have at least one control device to independently control
the general lighting within the space.
Energi Savr Node™ modules with
seeTouch® QS wallstations,
EcoSystem wallstations and/or
Pico® wireless controls
An occupant sensor or timer switch shall be installed
that automatically turns lighting off within 30 minutes
of all occupants leaving a space (specific room type
are defined within the code).
EcoSystem with occupancy/vacancy
sensors, integration with a timeclock,
or after hours mode
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Additional lighting power allowances toward Lighting
Power Density (LPD) requirements when you use controls
that are not already mandated. Controls that give you
credits are: Multi-level occupancy/vacancy sensors,
dimming, workstation occupancy/vacancy sensors,
daylight switching and daylight dimming.
EcoSystem with wired or wireless
occupancy/vacancy sensors and/or
daylight sensors, dimming ballasts,
and personal control
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Ballasts
Foundation for a system
EcoSystem® lighting control starts with one simple, but essential building block—the EcoSystem
ballast—which replaces the non-dim ballast in a fixture. Depending on the type of room or facility,
any combination of environmental sensors or wallstations can be used to control the fixture.
1%
NEW!
Now the highest performance dimming
solution meets any budget.
Digital ballast options for 1% dimming
EcoSystem H-Series 1% fluorescent dimming ballasts, pg. 16
Please visit www.lutron.com/hseries for model availability.
10%
Other digital ballast options
EcoSystem digital ballasts with integral sensor connections, pg. 18
Please visit www.lutron.com/ecosystem for model availability.
Available for:
4 ft. T8 1, 2 and 3-lamp fixtures (1.0 and 1.17 ballast factor)
• 4 ft. T5 and T5HO 1- and 2-lamp fixtures
•
1%
5%
Additional digital ballast options for 1% dimming
Other digital ballast options
Hi-lume 3D 1% fluorescent dimming ballasts, pg. 17
Please visit www.lutron.com/hilume3D for model availability.
EcoSystem CFL digital ballasts, pg. 19
Please visit www.lutron.com/ecosystem for model availability.
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How to design a system
Before designing a system consider the following to help clarify the scope of the project:
Step 3 sensor selection
Define your space
A Determine what sensors will be connected to EcoSystem
BChoose wireless or wired sensors or a combination
of both technologies
The appropriate lighting control solution is defined by the needs of the space. The following
steps help to answer key questions and drive you to the ideal lighting control solution.
See pgs. 24–27 for all sensor options
A Determine number of fixtures that will be connected to EcoSystem
BDetermine the fixture type and how the fixtures are driven
– Fluorescent and/or LED
– Digital control only and/or digital and 3-wire control
T R I M
O F F
Step 1 ballast and driver selection
etermine the type of wall control required and/or if there
D
are additional points of control needed in the space
T R I M
O F F
Step 4 control selection
See pgs. 28–31 for all control options
Step 5 accessory devices
Determine integration strategy needed (if any) and timeclock requirements
See pg. 32 for accessory options
See pgs. 16–20 for all ballast and driver options
Step 2 Energi Savr Node selection
Step 6 programming
ASelect main control module
BDetermine if additional lighting fixtures will be controlled
as a switched or 0–10 V zone
Determine device for system programmimg
™
See pg. 33 for all programming options
See pgs. 21–23 for all module options
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Wiring overview
Wifi
Router
EcoSystem
Ballast,
pg. 18
System rules and maximums
Type C
Integral sensor
connections
Type B
To Distribution (120 V, 220/240 V, 277 V)
Type C
Type A
NEW Hi-lume®
A-Series LED
Driver,
pg. 20
Type B
Integral sensor
connections
Type A
Type B
To Distribution
Type A
Type B
To Distribution
Type A
EcoSystem
CFL Ballast,
pg. 19
EcoSystem
Ballast,
pg. 18
To Distribution
Ballast accepts Type B
wire, other wire types
may be pig-tailed on.
To Distribution
T R I M
Type A
Type B
To Distribution
To Distribution
Type D
Type E
Hi-lume® 3D
Ballast,
pg. 17
Type A
EcoSystem digital link
is Class 1 or Class 2,
topology free
Type A
Type E
O F F
Type C
To wired sensor
or control
Type E
NEW QS Sensor Module, pg. 22
(Required for wireless integration)
• Counts as 1 QS device
•
Requires 3 – 11 PDUs depending
on attached wired sensors
•
4 wired sensor connections in total can be used
for daylight sensors, occupancy/vacancy sensors,
or IR receivers or wallstations
•
Wireless sensor and control limits: (30 total devices)
–10 Radio Powr Savr wireless daylight
sensors (maximum)
–10 Radio Powr Savr wireless occupancy/
vacancy sensors (maximum)
–10 Pico wireless controls (maximum)
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To additional
ballasts and drivers
To wired sensor or control
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Wireless
components
To other QS
devices including
additional Energi
Savr Node
modules
Wired components such as wired daylight sensors, wired occupancy/vacancy
sensors, infrared receivers, and EcoSystem wallstations can wire directly to the
ballasts with integral sensor connections or to either the QS sensor module
or the Energi Savr Node with EcoSystem module using Type C wire.
Type C
Wire gauge key
Type A EcoSystem Digital Link (#16 – #18 AWG Solid,
Lutron recommends 2 different colors of wire)
Class 1 Standard: C-CBL-216-WH-C1
Class 2 Standard: C-CBL-216-WH-1;
Class 2 Plenum Rated: C-PCBL-216-CL-1
Type B Line Voltage (#16 – #18 AWG Solid)
Type C Class 2 Low Voltage (#22 AWG Solid (90˚C) Only)
Standard: C-CBL-522S-WH-1;
Plenum Rated: C-PCBL-522S-CL-1
Type D Line Voltage (#12 – #14 AWG Solid)
Type E QS Communication Link
(4-conductor—GRX-CBL-346S-500 or equivalent cable)
Type F Ethernet
Type C
On
Meeting
A/V
Clean
Off
To 3rd party
devices
NEW Radio Powr
Savr™ Daylight
Sensor,
pg. 24
General QS Communication Link Rules (Type E Wire)
Maximum of 100 zones
• Maximum of 100 areas
•
Maximum of 100 devices, including Energi Savr Node™
modules, QS sensor modules, seeTouch QS wallstations,
and QS interfaces
•
Type C
Type C
EcoSystem Digital Link Rules (Type A Wire)
•
Up to 64 EcoSystem-compatible fluorescent ballasts and/or
LED drivers per EcoSystem digital link
• Sensor and control communication limits:
–16 daylight sensors
–32 occupancy sensors
–64 IR receivers or wallstations
•
A sensor or control counts as a device on the EcoSystem digital
link if it is wired to an EcoSystem ballast on the same link,
or is programmed to communicate with a fluorescent ballast
or LED driver on the EcoSystem digital link
•
EcoSystem-compatible fluorescent ballasts and LED drivers
on the EcoSystem digital link do not count as QS devices
NEW Radio Powr
Savr Occupancy/
Vacancy Sensor,
pg. 26
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NEW Pico®
Wireless
Control,
pg. 28
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seeTouch® QS Wallstation, pg. 30
Counts as 1 QS device
• Requires 1 PDU
•
QS Interfaces, pg. 32
• Counts as 1 QS device
•
Consult product specification
for PDU requirement
or
Daylight
Sensor,
pg. 25
Occupancy/
Vacancy Sensor,
pg. 27
Infrared
Receiver,
pg. 29
Pico® wired control
pg. 31
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O F F
Ethernet
cable
NEW EcoSystem
H-Series Ballast,
pg. 16
T R I M
NEW Energi Savr Node™ with EcoSystem® Module, pg. 21
• Counts as 1 QS device
• Provides 30 Power Draw Units (PDUs)
• Can count as 1 – 100 zones
• Can count as 1 – 100 areas
• Wired sensor connections: (12 total devices)
–4 daylight sensors (maximum)
–4 occupancy sensors (maximum)
–4 IR receivers or wall controls (maximum)
•
Wi-fi router and Apple iPod touch or iPhone
device required for system programming, pg. 33
EcoSystem
NEW!
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Step 1 ballast and driver selection
Step 1 ballast and driver selection
EcoSystem H-Series digital ballasts
Hi-lume 3D digital ballasts
Design statement: Specify EcoSystem H-Series digital ballasts for high-performance 1% dimming.
Lighting will be controlled entirely by EcoSystem; sensors communicate to ballasts via an Energi Savr
Node™ module.
Design statement: Specify Hi-lume 3D digital ballasts to be installed in areas of an EcoSystem lighting
control solution that require architectural level dimming. Ballasts also have 3-wire inputs.
NEW T8, T5, and T5HO digital
ballast dimensions (C case)
L: 18.00" (457 mm)
W: 1.18" (30 mm)
H: 1.00" (25 mm)
Mounting center: 17.70" (450 mm)
NEW T8, T5, and T5HO digital
ballast dimensions (M case)
L: 14.13" (359 mm)
W: 1.18" (30 mm)
H: 1.00" (25 mm)
Mounting center: 13.68" (347 mm)
NEW T8, 3-lamp digital
ballast dimensions (G case)
L: 9.50" (241 mm)
W: 2.38" (60 mm)
H: 1.00" (25 mm)
Mounting center: 8.90" (226 mm)
®
Performance
•Universal voltage input allows the ballast to be operated
at 120 V, 220/240 V, or 277 V at 50/60 Hz
•347 V input available for 1- and 2-lamp fixtures
•High-performance dimming down to <1% for T8,
1% for T5 and T5HO
•Strikes to any light level
Benefits
•With models available for T8, T5, and T5HO, use EcoSystem
H-Series throughout any space
•Digitally configured zones can be changed without re-wiring
•The EcoSystem digital link offers improved flexibility and can
be wired as Class 1 or Class 2
•The low-voltage, 2-conductor EcoSystem digital link installs
as easy as 0–10 V and provides for individual fixture control
•Responds to daylight sensors, occupancy/vacancy sensors,
and controls connected to the EcoSystem ballast,
Energi Savr Node module, or QS sensor module
Energy
•Saves energy as it dims
•Helps meet energy codes such as ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA
standard 90.1-2010, Title 24, and IECC
•Custom factory-tuned ballast factors available to help meet
lighting power density requirements
Models
For the latest information and model numbers,
visit www.lutron.com/hseries
T8 and T5 Twin-tube digital
ballast dimensions
L: 9.50" (241 mm)
W: 2.38" (60 mm)
H: 1.00" (25 mm)
Mounting center: 8.90" (226 mm)
T8, T5 and T5HO digital
ballast dimensions
L: 18.00" (457 mm)
W: 1.18" (30 mm)
H: 1.00" (25 mm)
Mounting center: 17.70" (450 mm)
Performance
•Universal voltage; operates at 120 V, 220/240 V, and 277 V,
at 50/60 Hz
•Smoothly dims from 100% to 0.7% for T8 lamps;
100% to 1% for T5 and T5HO lamps; and 100% to 5%
for T5 Twin-tube lamps
•Strikes to any light level
Benefits
•Models available for T8, T5HO and T5 Twin-tube; use in
conference rooms, classrooms, and/or patient rooms
•Hi-lume 3D ballasts are digitally addressed and configured
to work in zones after installation, which can reduce zone
definition and additional design steps
•Responds to daylight sensors, occupancy/vacancy
sensors, and controls connected to EcoSystem ballasts,
Energi Savr Node modules, or QS sensor modules
Energy
•Saves energy as it dims
•Helps meet energy codes such as ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA
standard 90.1-2010, Title 24, and IECC
•Custom factory-tuned ballast factors available to help meet
lighting power density requirements
Models
For the latest information and model numbers,
visit www.lutron.com/hilume3d
For wiring overview, see pgs. 12–15
For concept drawings, see pgs. 36–41
For wiring overview, see pgs. 12–15
For concept drawings, see pgs. 36–41
Note: For 2 ft. and 3 ft., 1% dimming ballasts use
Hi-lume® 3D, see www.lutron.com/hilume3D for more information.
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EcoSystem
®
Step 1 ballast and driver selection
Step 1 ballast and driver selection
EcoSystem digital ballasts with integral sensor connections
EcoSystem CFL digital ballasts
Design statement: Specify EcoSystem ballasts with integral sensor connection for dimming performance
to 10%. Lighting controls can be a combination of EcoSystem digital and/or 3-wire controls; sensors
communicate directly via integral ballast sensor connections or through the Energi Savr Node™ module.
Design statement: Specify EcoSystem CFL digital ballasts for dimming performance to 5%. Lighting
controls can be a combination of EcoSystem digital and/or 3-wire controls; sensors communicate to
ballasts via the Energi Savr Node module.
T8 digital ballast
dimensions
L: 9.50" (241 mm)
W: 2.38" (60 mm)
H: 1.00" (25 mm)
Mounting center: 8.90" (226 mm)
T8, T5, T5HO, and T5
twin-tube digital ballast
dimensions
L: 18.00" (457 mm)
W: 1.18" (30 mm)
H: 1.00" (25 mm)
Mounting center: 17.70" (450 mm)
Performance
•Universal voltage; operates at 120 V, 220/240 V, and 277 V,
at 50/60 Hz; select models are available in 347 V
•Smoothly dims from 100% to 10% for T8, T5, T5HO and T5 twin-tube
• Strikes to any light level
Benefits
•Models available for T8, T5, T5HO, and T5 twin-tube;
use throughout an office, school, and/or healthcare building
•EcoSystem ballasts are digitally addressed and configured
to work in zones after installation, which can reduce zone
definition and additional design steps
•Powers and/or responds to one daylight sensor, occupancy/
vacancy sensor, and wallstation or infrared receiver
Energy
• Saves energy as it dims
•Helps meet energy codes such as ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA
standard 90.1-2010, Title 24, and IECC
•Custom factory-tuned ballast factors available to help meet
lighting power density requirements
Models
For the latest information and model numbers,
visit www.lutron.com/ecosystem
For wiring overview, see pgs. 12–15
For concept drawings, see pgs. 36–41
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T4 triple-tube and T4
quad-tube digital ballast
dimensions
L: 4.90" (124 mm)
W: 3.00" (76 mm)
H: 1.00" (25 mm)
Mounting center: 4.60" (117 mm)
Performance
•Universal voltage; operates at 120 V, 220/240 V, and 277 V,
at 50/60 Hz
•Smoothly dims from 100% to 5% for T4 triple-tube and T4 quad-tube
• Strikes to any light level
Benefits
•Models available for T4 triple-tube and T4 quad-tube;
use throughout an office, school, and/or healthcare building
•EcoSystem ballasts are digitally addressed and configured
to work in zones after installation, which can reduce zone
definition and additional design steps
•Responds to daylight sensors, occupancy/vacancy sensors,
and controls connected to the EcoSystem ballast,
Energi Savr Node module, or QS sensor module
Energy
• Saves energy as it dims
•Helps meet energy codes such as ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA
standard 90.1-2010, Title 24, and IECC
•Custom factory-tuned ballast factors available to help meet
lighting power density requirements
Models
For the latest information and model numbers,
visit www.lutron.com/ecosystem
For wiring overview, see pgs. 12–15
For concept drawings, see pgs. 36–41
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EcoSystem
®
Step 2 Energi Savr Node selection
Step 1 ballast and driver selection
NEW!
Hi-lume A-Series LED drivers
NEW!
®
Energi Savr Node with EcoSystem module
Design statement: Specify Hi-lume A-Series LED drivers for smooth and continuous 1% dimming for
virtually any LED light engine, whether it requires constant current or constant voltage.
Design statement: EcoSystem communication starts with an Energi Savr Node module. The Energi Savr
Node module digitally links ballasts and powers communications throughout the lighting control system.
Specify an Energi Savr Node module for controlling up to 64 or 128 fluorescent ballasts or LED drivers.
Performance
•Constant voltage options from 10 V to 40 V, available in 0.5 V
steps up to 40 watts
•Constant current options from 200 mA to 2.1 Amps,
available in 10 mA steps up to 40 watts
•Universal voltage; operates at 120 V, 220/240 V and 277 V,
at 50/60 Hz
•Immediate light output
• Strikes to any light level
Features
•Provides individual control of 64 or 128 EcoSystem-compatible
fluorescent ballasts and/or LED drivers
•Combines high-end trim, daylight harvesting, occupancy/vacancy
sensing, personal control, and contact closure integration
•Connect directly to other Energi Savr Node modules, GRAFIK
Eye® QS units, or Quantum® to expand functionality and control
•Sensor information can be shared across multiple EcoSystem
digital links and across multiple Energi Savr Node modules
(iPod touch programming application required)
•Programmable contact-closure input can activate scenes,
enable/disable after hours mode, or enable/disable
loadshed for demand response
•Model also available for integration with shades, see pg. 35
NEW Hi-lume A-Series LED
compact driver dimensions
L: 4.90" (124 mm)
W: 3.00" (76 mm)
H: 1.00" (25 mm)
Mounting center: 4.60" (117 mm)
NEW Hi-lume A-Series LED
stick driver dimensions
L: 14.13" (359 mm)
W: 1.18" (30 mm)
H: 1.00" (25 mm)
Mounting center: 4.60" (117 mm)
Benefits
•Service-free lifetime of 50,000 hours
•Responds to daylight sensors, occupancy/vacancy
sensors, and controls connected to EcoSystem ballasts,
Energi Savr Node™ modules, or QS sensor modules
Energy
• Saves energy as it dims
• Helps meet energy codes
•Contact the LED Control Center of Excellence for details:
1.877.DIM.LED8
NEW Energi Savr Node™ with
EcoSystem module dimensions
W: 9.25" (243 mm)
H: 13.25" (337 mm)
D: 3.16" (80 mm)
Models
QSN-1ECO-S—1 EcoSystem digital link controlling up to 64
EcoSystem-compatible fluorescent ballasts and/or LED drivers
QSN-2ECO-S—2 EcoSystem digital links controlling up to 128
EcoSystem-compatible fluorescent ballasts and/or LED drivers
QSN-2ECO-PS120—2 EcoSystem digital links controlling
up to 128 EcoSystem-compatible fluorescent ballasts
and/or LED drivers and up to 10 Sivoia® QS shade drives
Models
For the latest information and model numbers,
visit www.lutron.com/HilumeLED
For a list of compatible fixtures, visit
www.lutron.com/LEDTool
For wiring overview, see pgs. 12–15
For concept drawings, see pgs. 36–41
NEW Energi Savr
Node™ with EcoSystem
for Shades module
See pg. 35
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Mounting
•Surface mounted
•Can be installed in accordance with National Electrical
Code® (NEC®) Article 300.22(c) “Other spaces used for
environmental air”
For wiring overview, see pgs. 12–15
For concept drawings, see pgs. 36–41
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EcoSystem
®
Step 2 Energi Savr Node selection
™
NEW!
QS sensor module
Design statement: Add a QS sensor module to integrate Lutron wireless
and wired sensors and controls through the Energi Savr Node module
to EcoSystem®-compatible ballasts and Hi-lume® A-Series LED drivers.
NEW QS sensor module
dimensions
H: 4.00" (102 mm)
W: 4.00" (102 mm)
D: 1.20" (30 mm)
Required for
integration
with Radio Powr
SavrTM wireless
sensors, pgs. 24, 26,
and Pico® wireless
controls, pg. 28.
Performance
•Uses Clear Connect™ RF Technology for communication
with up to 10 Radio Powr Savr occupancy/vacancy sensors,
up to 10 Radio Powr Savr daylight sensors, and up to 10
Pico wireless controls
•QS sensor module connects to up to four Lutron wired
sensors or controls—occupancy sensors, daylight sensors,
EcoSystem infrared (IR) receivers, EcoSystem wallstations,
or Pico Wired control (each input is universal)
•QS sensor module integrates Radio Powr Savr wireless
sensors and Pico wireless controls
•Also compatible with Energi Savr Node with Softswitch® and
Energi Savr Node for 0–10 V modules
• RF Range: 60 ft. (18 m) line of sight, or 30 ft. (9 m) through walls
Step 2 Energi Savr Node selection
™
NEW!
Other Energi Savr Node modules
Design statement: Specify additional Energi Savr Node modules based on the control type and
functionality you need to add to the lighting control system; for example, adding additional switched
zones and/or additional 0–10 V dimming zones.
NEW Energi Savr Node™ with
Softswitch dimensions
W: 9.25" (243 mm)
H: 13.25" (337 mm)
D: 3.16" (80 mm)
Benefits
•Powered by QS communication link—no line voltage
connections are required
Mounting
•Surface mounted
•Can be installed in accordance with National Electrical
Code® (NEC®) Article 300.22(c) “Other spaces used for
environmental air”
Mounting
•Installs on the ceiling, visible from inside the space,
to guarantee wireless range
•Option for J-box mount
Models
QSM2-4W-C—434 MHz North America (wired and wireless capability)
QSMX-4W-C—wired sensor inputs only
QSM2-XW-C—434 MHz North America (wireless capability only)
QSM2-4W-J—434 MHz North America
(wired and wireless capability, J-box mount)
QSM2-XW-J—434 MHz North America
(wireless capability only, J-box mount)
For wiring overview, see pgs. 12–15
For concept drawings, see pgs. 36–41
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Features
•Provide switched and dimming control of other lighting loads
•Combines high-end trim, daylight harvesting, occupancy/vacancy
sensing, personal control, and contact closure integration
•Easily expand a system by connecting Energi Savr Node
modules directly to other Energi Savr Node modules, GRAFIK
Eye® QS units, or Quantum® to expand functionality and control
•Sensor information can be shared across multiple EcoSystem
digital links and across multiple Energi Savr Node modules
(iPod touch programming application and Energi Savr Node
programming interface required)
•Programmable contact-closure input can activate scenes,
enable/disable after hours mode, or enable/disable loadshed
for demand response
NEW Energi Savr Node for
0-10 V dimming dimensions
W: 9.25" (243 mm)
H: 13.25" (337 mm)
D: 3.16" (80 mm)
Models
QSN-4S16-S—Energi Savr Node with Softswitch for switching
of four 16 A circuits of lighting loads
QSN-4T16-S—Energi Savr Node for 0–10 V for switching
and dimming of four 16 A circuits of 0–10 V loads
For wiring overview, see pgs. 12–15
For concept drawings, see pgs. 36–41
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®
Wireless
integration requires:
Step 3 sensor selection
NEW!
Radio Powr Savr wireless daylight sensors
EcoSystem wired daylight sensors
™
Design statement: Specify a wireless daylight sensor to dim or switch
zones of light in response to daylight. Wireless integration is ideal in most
situations and perfect for retrofit applications.
NEW Radio Powr Savr wireless
daylight sensor dimensions
H: 1.60" (41 mm)
D: 1.70" (17 mm)
Step 3 sensor selection
QS sensor
module pg. 22
Performance
• 10-year battery life
•Up to 10 wireless daylight sensors per QS sensor module
• Up to 16 total daylight sensors per EcoSystem digital link
• Features Lutron’s reliable proportional daylight open loop control
•Has a light range (0–10,000 fc) and a photopic response
matches human eye
•Designed to give a linear response to changes in viewed light level
•One sensor is capable of switching, stepped dimming,
and continuous dimming of multiple zones
• RoHS compliant
Benefits
• Sensors require no wiring and simple calibration
•Multiple ceiling-mount methods available for different
ceiling materials
• Pendant-mount bracket available to mount sensor to a light fixture
• Front accessible test buttons make setup easy
•Sensor information can be shared across multiple EcoSystem
digital links and across multiple Energi Savr Node™ modules
(iPod touch programming application required, see pg. 33)
How it works
•Daylight sensors detect sunlight and communicate
the sunlight level to the digital ballasts or LED drivers
•The daylight sensor is suitable for internal ambient light
levels between 0 and 500 fc
Models
LRF2-DCRB-WH—434 MHz daylight sensor
Design statement: Specify a wired daylight sensor to dim or switch multiple zones of light in response
to daylight. Select a wired solution for installations where wireless communication is not recommended or
approved (i.e. certain government or medical buildings).
Daylight sensor
dimensions
H: 0.69" (17 mm)
D: 1.18" (30 mm)
Stem length: 1.25" (32 mm)
Max wire length: 100 ft. (30 m)
Performance
•Up to 16 total daylight sensors per EcoSystem digital link
• Features Lutron’s reliable proportional daylight open loop control
•Has a light range and a photopic response
matches human eye
•Designed to give a linear response to changes in viewed light level
•One sensor is capable of switching, stepped dimming,
and continuous dimming of multiple zones
• RoHS compliant
Benefits
•Low profile for mounting on ceiling tiles or fixtures
• Class 2 low voltage enables simplified wiring and mounting
•Wires directly to the nearest EcoSystem ballast with integral sensor
connections, Energi Savr Node module, or QS sensor module
•Sensor information can be shared across multiple EcoSystem
digital links and across multiple Energi Savr Node modules
(iPod touch programming application required, see pg. 33)
How it works
•EcoSystem daylight sensors detect incoming daylight and
communicate the daylight level to the digital ballasts or LED drivers
•The daylight sensor is suitable for internal ambient light
levels between 0 and 500 fc
Models
EC-DIR-WH—Daylight sensor with infrared receiver
For wiring overview, see pgs. 12–15
For concept drawings, see pgs. 36–41
For wiring overview, see pgs. 12–15
For concept drawings, see pgs. 36–41
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EcoSystem
®
Wireless
integration requires:
Step 3 sensor selection
NEW!
Radio Powr Savr wireless occupancy/
vacancy sensors
EcoSystem wired occupancy/vacancy sensors
®
™
Design statement: Specify a wireless occupancy/vacancy or vacancy
only sensor to provide an automatic off for energy savings. Wireless
integration is ideal in most situations and perfect for retrofit applications.
NEW Radio Powr Savr wireless
ceiling mount occupancy/
vacancy sensor dimensions
W: 4.00" (102 mm)
H: 4.00" (102 mm)
D: 1.30" (33 mm)
NEW Radio Powr Savr wireless
wall/hall mount occupancy/
vacancy sensor dimensions
W: 6.12" (156 mm)
H: 1.62" (41 mm)
D: 2.31" (59 mm)
Step 3 sensor selection
QS sensor
module pg. 22
Performance
•10-year battery life design
•Up to 10 wireless occupancy/vacancy sensors per QS sensor module
•Up to 32 occupancy/vacancy sensors per EcoSystem digital link
•Passive infrared motion detection with exclusive Lutron XCT™
Technology for fine motion detection
•Vacancy model available to meet CA Title 24 requirements
•Wall-mount and ceiling-mount options available
•Combine with PowPak CCO module for easy integration with BMS
and A/V systems
Benefits
•Sensors require no wiring
•Sensors have simple test modes to verify ideal locations
during installation using front-accessible buttons
•Multiple ceiling-mount methods available for different ceiling materials
•Sensor information can be shared across multiple EcoSystem
digital links and across multiple Energi Savr Node™ modules
(iPod touch programming application required, see pg. 33)
Models
Ceiling Mount
LRF2-OCR2B-P-WH—434 MHz occupancy/vacancy sensor
LRF2-VCR2B-P-WH—434 MHz vacancy sensor
Wall Mount
LRF2-OWLB-P-WH—434 MHz occupancy/vacancy sensor
LRF2-VWLB-P-WH—434 MHz vacancy sensor
Corner Mount
LRF2-OKLB-P-WH—434 MHz occupancy/vacancy sensor
LRF2-VKLB-P-WH—434 MHz vacancy sensor
Hall Mount
LRF2-OHLB-P-WH—434 MHz occupancy/vacancy sensor
LRF2-VHLB-P-WH—434 MHz vacancy sensor
Design statement: Specify a wired occupancy/vacancy sensor to provide an automatic off for energy
savings. Select a wired solution for installations where wireless communication is not recommended or
approved (i.e. certain government or medical buildings).
Ceiling mount
occupancy/vacancy
sensor dimensions
H: 4.50" (114 mm)
W: 4.50" (114 mm)
D: 1.40" (38 mm)
Max wire length: 100 ft. (30 m)
Wall mount
occupancy/vacancy
sensor dimensions
H: 3.75" (95 mm)
W: 5.50" (140 mm)
D: 4.00" (102 mm)
Max wire length: 100 ft. (30 m)
Performance
•Up to 32 occupancy/vacancy sensors per EcoSystem digital link
•Broad range of models for offices to open spaces—
500 sq. ft., 1000 sq. ft., 1600 sq. ft., or 2000 sq. ft. spaces
•Wall-mounted and ceiling-mounted modules available
•Ultrasonic, infrared, and dual technology models available
•“-R” models provide auxiliary dry contact closure for easy integration
with BMS (building management systems) and A/V systems
Benefits
•No power pack required since power for the sensor comes directly
from the EcoSystem ballast with integral sensor connection,
an Energi Savr Node module, or the QS sensor module
•Sensor information can be shared across multiple EcoSystem
digital links and across multiple Energi Savr Node modules
(iPod touch programming application required, see pg. 33)
Models
Ceiling Mount
LOS-CDT-(500,1000)-WH—Dual technology, 180°
LOS-CDT-2000-WH—Dual technology, 360°
LOS-CDT- (500R,1000R)-WH—Dual technology with relay, 180°
LOS-CDT-2000R-WH—Dual technology with relay, 360°
Wall Mount
LOS-WDT-WH—Dual technology, 110°
LOS-WDT-R-WH—Dual technology with relay, 110°
For wiring overview, see pgs. 12–15
For concept drawings, see pgs. 36–41
See www.lutron.com/occsensors for more information
See www.lutron.com/RPS for more information
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®
Wireless
integration requires:
Step 4 control selection
NEW!
Pico wireless control
EcoSystem wired infrared receiver and remote control transmitter
®
®
Design statement: Use Pico wireless lighting controls to control
lights or shades wirelessly within a space with the touch of a button.
Pico wireless control
dimensions
H: 2.60" (66 mm)
H: 1.28" (33 mm)
D: 0.33" (8 mm)
Other control
mounting styles
Step 4 control selection
QS sensor
module pg. 22
Performance
•Communicates with the QS sensor module via radio frequency
(RF) using Clear Connect™ RF Technology
•Up to 10 Pico wireless controls per QS sensor module
•Unique serial number prevents interference between systems
•Battery powered (5-year battery life)—requires no new wiring
Benefits
•Flexible device that allows the user to control lights or shades
by wirelessly communicating with the QS sensor module
•Can function as a tabletop control on a pedestal, a lightweight
handheld remote, or it can be wall-mounted with or without
a Lutron Claro® wallplate
•Available in 2- and 3-button configurations with options
for preset and raise/lower buttons
Models
Pico wireless controls
MRF2-3BRL-L-XX—3 buttons with raise/lower
MRF2-3B-L-XX—3 buttons with preset button
MRF2-3B-L-XX-E01—3 buttons with Welcome button
MRF2-2BRL-L-XX—2 buttons with raise/lower
MRF2-2B-L-XX—2 buttons
Pedestals
L-PED1-XX—Single pedestal
L-PED2-XX—Double pedestal
L-PED3-XX—3-gang pedestal
L-PED4-XX—4-gang pedestal
Wallplates
CW-1-XX—1-gang wallplate (gloss/stainless steel)
CW-2-XX—2-gang wallplate (gloss/stainless steel)
CW-3-XX—3-gang wallplate (gloss/stainless steel)
PICO-FP-ADAPT—Pico wireless control faceplate adapter
Design statement: Add an EcoSystem infrared receiver with an infrared remote control transmitter to
provide personal light control to any fixture on the EcoSystem digital link.
Infrared receiver
dimensions
H: 0.69" (17 mm)
D: 1.18" (30 mm)
Stem length: 1.25" (32 mm)
Max wire length: 100 ft. (30 m)
Performance
•Allows personalized light level selection from maximum
to minimum light levels
•Can control multiple zones or areas
•Integral LED indicates signal reception
•Up to 64 infrared receivers (one per ballast) may be used per
EcoSystem digital link
Benefits
•Low profile for mounting on ceiling tiles or fixtures
•Class 2 low voltage enables simplified wiring and mounting
•Wires directly to the nearest EcoSystem ballast with integral sensor
connections, Energi Savr Node™ module, or QS sensor module
Models
EC-IR-WH—Infrared receiver
C-FLRC-WH—Infrared remote control transmitter
RCTH-GR—Remote control holster/tether
Infrared remote
control transmitter
dimensions
W: 1.51" (38 mm)
H: 4.63" (118 mm)
D: 0.55" (14 mm)
For wiring overview, see pgs. 12–15
For concept drawings, see pgs. 36–41
XX in the model number represents color/finish code.
Please see www.lutron.com for color choices.
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®
Step 4 control selection
Step 4 control selection
seeTouch QS wallstations
NEW!
®
Design statement: Specify seeTouch QS wallstations where needed for full-range dimming control with
engraved buttons.
Pico wired control
®
Design statement: Add a Pico wired control wherever needed for intuitive lighting control.
Performance
•Buttons are backlit and can be engraved to provide intuitive
control of the space
• Recall scenes to adjust lighting for different activities
• Control individual zones of light to set the perfect light for any task
• Control up to 100 zones of lighting from up to 99 wallstations
On
Meeting
A/V
Clean
Off
seeTouch QS wallstation
dimensions
W: 2.75" (70 mm)
H: 4.56" (116 mm)
D: 1.25" (32 mm)
Max wire length: 100 ft. (30 m)
Benefits
•Class 2 low voltage QS communication link simplifies
wiring and mounting
•Wallstations are powered directly from the QS communication link
Models
QSWS2-1B*—1-button wallstation
QSWS2-3B*—3-button wallstation
QSWS2-5B*—5-button wallstation
QSWS2-7B*—7-button wallstation
QSWS2-2BRL*—2-button wallstation with raise/lower
QSWS2-3BRL*—3-button wallstation with raise/lower
QSWS2-5BRL*—5-button wallstation with raise/lower
QSWS2-2BRLIR*—2-button wallstation with raise/lower
and IR receiver
QSWS2-3BRLIR*—3-button wallstation with raise/lower
and IR receiver
QSWS2-5BRLIR*—5-button wallstation with raise/lower
and IR receiver
QSWS2-1RLD*—dual wallstation with 3-button and 2-button
with raise/lower
QSWS2-2RLD*—dual 2-button wallstation with raise/lower
QSWS2-3BD*—dual 3-button wallstation
*Consult seeTouch QS specification submittal sheet for information
on specifying insert style, engraving, and color.
Performance
•Provides control for Lutron® products incorporating wired IR
input including Energi Savr Node units, QS Sensor Modules,
and EcoSystem® ballasts or ballast modules, allowing users to:
- Turn an individual fixture or group of fixtures on and off
- Raise and lower light levels (PX-2BRL-GZZ and PX-3BRL-GZZ)
- Recall favorite light levels (PX-3B-GZZ and PX-3BRL-GZZ)
Pico wired control
dimensions (with Claro®
faceplate, sold separately)
W: 2.94" (75 mm)
H: 4.69" (119 mm)
D: 1.98" (50 mm)
Max wire length: 150ft. (45 m)
Benefits
•IEC PELV/NEC® Class 2
•Mounts easily in any single-gang wallbox 2.5 in (64 mm)
deep minimum (not included)
• Fits any designer Claro® opening faceplates
• Low-cost wall control for many applications
Models
PX-3BRL-GZZ-I01 — 3 buttons with raise/lower
PX-3B-GZZ-I01 — 3 buttons with preset button
PX-2BRL-GZZ-I01 — 2 buttons with raise/lower
PX-2B-GZZ-I01 — 2 buttons
* ZZ in the model number represents color code
For wiring overview, see pgs. 10–11
For concept drawings, see pgs. 26–31
For wiring overview, see pgs. 12–15
For concept drawings, see pgs. 36–41
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®
Step 5 accessory devices
Step 6 programming
QS interfaces and QS timeclock
NEW!
Design statement: Specify QS interfaces to integrate third-party devices through RS-232/Ethernet
and/or contact closures. Specify QS timeclock device to provide automatic control of lights and shades.
QS RS-232/Ethernet
interface dimensions
W: 4.26" (108 mm)
H: 5.26" (134 mm)
D: 1.06" (27 mm)
QS contact closure
interface dimensions
W: 4.26" (108 mm)
H: 5.26" (134 mm)
D: 1.06" (27 mm)
Programming application for Apple iPhone
or iPod touch digital devices
Design statement: Use the Energi Savr Node™ programming application to set up, fine-tune, and maintain
the lighting control system.
Performance
•Each QS interface and QS timeclock counts as 1 QS device;
QS communication link system limit is 100 QS devices
•RS-232/Ethernet interface uses standard 9-pin female
serial connector or RJ45 connector
•Contact closure interface provides five inputs and five
dry contact closure outputs
•QS timeclock provides an astronomical timeclock with up
to 25 events per day for 7 days and a holiday
The Energi Savr Node programming application for Apple
iPod or iPhone touch mobile digital devices is the key to
an intelligent light and shade control system.
• Adjust ballasts to the needs of any space
• Define light level
• Adjust sensor and control preferences
NEW System Backup
The iPod application can be used to save all configuration settings in
the system. In the event that an Energi Savr Node module is replaced,
all system settings and configuration can be automatically restored.
Benefits
•Integrate with third-party devices and controls via RS-232/Ethernet
or contact-closure inputs
•Sweep lights to low levels or off through RS-232/Ethernet,
contact closure commands from third-party controls, or
timeclock events
•Add third-party touchscreen control using RS-232/Ethernet
commands
•Deliver code compliant automatic light shut-off to meet ASHRAE
90.1-2010
Energi Savr Node Programming Interface
The QSE-CI-AP-D is a programming interface for Energi Savr Node
modules that provides the capability to program the lighting control
system with an intuitive application for Apple iPhone or iPod touch
devices. This required component allows for Ethernet inputs for
programming with an Apple iPhone or iPod touch.
Features
Program all Energi Savr Node modules connected to the same
QS communication link
• Programming interface installs via surface mount or DIN-rail
•
Models
QSE-CI-NWK-E—RS-232/Ethernet control interface
QSE-IO—Contact closure input/output interface
QSGR-TC-3S-WH-CPN5825—QS timeclock for lights and shades
QS timeclock
W: 9.37" (239 mm)
H: 4.69" (119 mm)
D: 2.37" (61 mm)
Energi Savr Node Wireless Setup Kit (optional—US only)
The kit allows users to quickly connect to the system, set up the
desired configuration, and make changes as needed.
For wiring overview, see pgs. 12–15
For concept drawings, see pgs. 36–41
For more information on mounting options and installation,
please visit www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocumentLibrary
pple and iPod are registered
A
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Features
• Plug & Play - fully preconfigured and preloaded with Lutron software
• Programs all Energi Savr Node modules
• Kit includes an Apple iPod touch and wireless router
Note: Use of the Energi Savr Node Wireless Setup Kit is optional. Any
Apple iPod touch and wireless router may be used to setup an Energi
Savr Node system
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Expanding the system
Lutron EcoSystem® control solutions
can be installed to control any
size space, and expand easily
to accommodate changing
lighting control needs, enhanced
performance requirements, or
building renovation and expansion.
Energi Savr Node with EcoSystem
for Shades
Control electric lights and daylight with one control panel
Integrates up to 10 Sivoia® QS shade drives and up to 128
EcoSystem-compatible fluorescent ballasts and/or LED drivers
•
System provides a power source for seeTouch® QS keypads,
QS interfaces, QS sensor modules, or up to 10 Sivoia QS
shade drives
•
System can expand via the QS communication link—add panels
as a system grows or upgrade to Quantum
•
•
Lutron systems ensure interoperability
and wireless capability that provide
many options for growth including
multi-scene control, timeclock
interface, shade control, and even
total light management for the
entire building.
Standard Model Number QSN-2ECO-PS120
Consider using GRAFIK Eye QS
wireless, Energi Savr NodeTM with
EcoSystem for shades, or Quantum®
Total Light ManagementTM to meet
system expansion needs.
GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless
with EcoSystem
Quantum Total Light Management
®
Preset light and shade control that allows you to adjust the
total light level for any task or activity, while saving energy
•
Create lighting effects by assigning fluorescent lights
to 6, 8, or 16 zones
•
Combines EcoSystem light control, Sivoia® QS
wired and wireless shades, and timeclock
•
Integrates EcoSystem to touchscreens and other systems
via RS-232/Ethernet interfaces and input/output devices
Create an energy-efficient environment by enabling a centralized
management, monitoring, and light and shade control system
•
Reduce cooling loads by dimming lights and controlling shades
to block solar heat gain
•
Increase operating efficiency – system automatically reports
lamp failures and monitors lamp hours to manage and
reduce maintenance
•
Reconfigure lighting and shading zones without costly rewiring
•
•
GRAFIK Eye QS Wireless
with EcoSystem
Q-Admin™ software
For more information, visit www.lutron.com/quantum
For more information, visit www.lutron.com/grafikeyeqs
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Concept drawings
Use Energi Savr Node with EcoSystem to control all the
fluorescent lights in a private or open office—wireless option
Use Energi Savr Node with EcoSystem to control all the
fluorescent lights in a private or open office—wired option
Design statement: EcoSystem ballasts and wireless controls (can be wall-mounted or personal control)
enable individual fixture control, daylight harvesting, and/or occupancy/vacancy sensing throughout the
office space. Easily reprogram lighting zones if the space is reconfigured or if the employee needs change.
Design statement: EcoSystem ballasts and wallstation controls enable individual fixture control, daylight
harvesting, and/or occupancy/vacancy sensing throughout the office space. Easily reprogram lighting
zones if the space is reconfigured or if the employee needs change.
®
™
Window
Window
Window
w
Window
Low Voltage Wiring
QS Communication Link
NEW EcoSystem H-Series
digital ballast
EcoSystem Digital Link
Window
Window
EcoSystem Digital Link
Energi Savr Node with
EcoSystem module
QS Communication Link
NEW EcoSystem H-Series
digital ballast
Energi Savr Node with
EcoSystem module
On
Meeting
A/V
Clean
Off
Radio Powr Savr™
wireless daylight
sensor
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wireless occupancy/
vacancy sensor
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NEW Pico®
wireless control
(wall-mounted)
QS sensor module
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EcoSystem
daylight sensor
EcoSystem occupancy/
vacancy sensor
seeTouch® QS
wallstation
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Concept drawings
Use Energi Savr Node with EcoSystem to control lighting in
traditional classroom spaces
Use Energi Savr Node with EcoSystem to control lights in
university lecture halls
Design statement: In classrooms, EcoSystem ballasts provide individual fixture control, daylight
harvesting, and occupancy/vacancy sensing to save energy, save money, and create a more productive
teaching and learning environment.
Design statement: Control both fluorescent and LED fixtures within the space, and take advantage
of the ability to integrate A/V and shade control (wired or wireless). Automatic controls like occupancy
and daylight sensors ensure energy savings.
®
Window
Window
Window
Whiteboard
Whiteboard
Whiteboard
QS Communication Link
™
NEW Hi-lume®
A-Series LED
Driver
To A/V Equipment
by Others
QS RS-232/
Ethernet
Interface
EcoSystem Digital Link
EcoSystem
Digital Link
QS Communication Link
NEW EcoSystem H-Series
digital ballast
QS sensor
module
Energi Savr Node with
EcoSystem module
On
Lecture
A/V
Energi Savr Node with
EcoSystem module
Clean
Off
Radio Powr Savr™
wireless daylight
sensor
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wireless occupancy/
vacancy sensor
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NEW Pico®
wireless control
(wall-mounted)
QS sensor module
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NEW Pico
wireless control
NEW Radio Powr Savr
wireless occupancy/
vacancy sensor
seeTouch® QS
wallstation
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digital ballast
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Concept drawings
Use Energi Savr Node with EcoSystem and
Energi Savr Node with Softswitch modules to
control lights on an entire office floor
window
®
™
Energi Savr
Node with
EcoSystem
module
®
Design statement: Interoperability and seamless communication
between EcoSystem and Softswitch Energi Savr Node modules enables
control of all the lights in the space. Connected by the EcoSystem
digital link—sensors, ballasts, and controls work together to provide
an integrated lighting control solution.
NEW Energi Savr Node with
EcoSystem module
NEW Energi Savr Node with
Softswitch module
Controlling all EcoSystem H-Series
digital ballasts along the perimeter
of the space allowing for full range
dimming as well as daylight
harvesting, occupancy/vacancy
sensing, and personal control.
Controlling all interior lighting of
the space allowing for switching
as well as occupancy/vacancy
sensing, and personal control.
Energi Savr
Node with
Softswitch
module
Energi Savr
Node with
Softswitch
module
window
restroom
restroom
Ballasts connected by EcoSystem digital link
window
NEW EcoSystem H-Series
digital ballast
Radio Powr Savr™
wireless daylight
sensor
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wireless occupancy/
vacancy sensor
NEW Pico®
wireless control
(wall-mounted)
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module
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window
QS Communication Link
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Energi Savr
Node with
EcoSystem
module
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System functionality
Emergency system integration
System hierarchy: description of how system decisions are made
Design statement: Energi Savr Node™ modules offer several options for easily integrating emergency
lighting control into applications. Choose battery backup within the EcoSystem® fixture, or power
EcoSystem ballasts via emergency power.
EcoSystem achieves coordinated integration of controls and sensors. The flow chart below shows the
hierarchy of the system.
Use emergency battery backup ballasts within
an EcoSystem-controlled fixture.
•
In this case the fixture operates under EcoSystem control when normal power is present
•With loss of normal power the emergency battery backup ballast drives the lamp(s)
Power EcoSystem ballasts via emergency/essential power
and power the Energi Savr Node module from normal power.
•Loss of normal power causes the EcoSystem digital link to turn off
•This signals emergency-powered EcoSystem or EcoSystem-compatible ballasts and drivers to operate at
their emergency levels (100% by default)
Note:
•The loss of any phase of normal power results in the emergency mode being activated
•Ballasts will operate at their emergency light level until the fault is cleared
Multi-phase lighting system or UL924 compliance
The following design consideration should be met to achieve this performance:
1.Power emergency fixtures with EcoSystem ballasts or LED drivers via emergency/essential power.
2.Power the Energi Savr Node module and 24 V DC power pack via emergency/essential power.
3.Install and connect LUT-ELI-3PH to the EcoSystem Energi Savr Node module via installation instructions.
Typical usage
Is space occupied?
yes
Lights go to the programmed
“occupied” light level
(100% by default).
no
Lights go to “unoccupied”
light level (off by default).
Is daylight present?
yes
no
Manual dimming via
wallstations and remote
control devices.
Light proportionally dims,
high end is capped.
For more information please see Lutron Application Note 140 at www.lutron.com.
Emergency usage
Emergency situation?
Is programming occurring?
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yes
Lights go to 100%, or to the
programmed emergency level
(ignoring other system inputs).
yes
Lights go to various
levels as they react to
programming commands.
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EcoSystem
®
NEW Ballast selection tool with custom ballast factor
Energy-saving, Buy American-compliant light control solutions
Buy American Act
Lutron makes it easy for you to comply with the Buy American Act and the Buy American provisions
in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). We offer hundreds of light control products
that are manufactured in the United States. Contact your authorized Lutron distributor for details.
www.Lutron.com/BAA
Digital fluorescent dimming ballasts manufactured in
the United States for your energy-saving needs.
argeted to both new and retrofit markets, Lutron ballasts and controls install easily into new construction
T
or existing spaces. Lutron has offered solutions manufactured in the United States since our first product
introduction in 1961. With the expansion of our ballast lines, we offer a complete lighting control system
for virtually any project requiring products manufactured in the United States.
For more information or to order ballasts with custom ballast factors contact
your local Lutron sales representative or visit www.lutron.com/BallastTool
Generate part numbers, confirm ballast performance specs (input power, system lumens, ballast factor)
and select the proper ballast by utilizing the Custom Ballast Factor (CBF) option on the Lutron Ballast
Selection Tool. CBF is the percentage of light output for a given lamp-ballast combination, and Lutron
enables our customers to order reduced ballast factors and achieve greater energy savings, meet lumen/ft”
specifications, and/or qualify for the highest levels of LEED.
Custom Ballast Factor
Lutron’s custom ballast factor program offers ballasts with factors ranging from Lutron’s standard offering
down to a 0.50 ballast factor
•
Each ballast with a custom ballast factor is UL listed and marked with lower input power
•
Ballasts with a custom ballast factor have a unique model number for easy reorder and replacement
•
Longer shipping lead times apply
•
LEED is a registered trademark of the United States Green Building Council.
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