AMX DESIGNER-STYLE MAESTRO REMOTES User Manual

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Installation Instructions

Designer-StyleMaestro® Remotes

 

HD-RD,-RS

 

Please Read Before Installing

120/127 V ~, 50/60 Hz

 

Overview

 

 

The HD-RDRemote Dimmer and theHD-RSRemote

 

 

Switch are for use with HomeWorks Maestro Dimmers and

 

 

Switches.

 

 

Up to nine HD-RDRemote Dimmers may be used with a

 

 

HomeWorks Wired or RFMaestro Dimmer, and up to nine

 

 

HD-RSRemote Switches may be used with aHomeWorks

 

 

Wired or RF Maestro Switch.

 

 

Important Notes

HD-RD

HD-RS

 

Codes: Install in accordance with all local and national electrical codes.

Danger: These controls must not be used to control equipment which is not visible from every control location. They must also not be used to control equipment which could create hazardous situ-

ations such as entrapment if operated accidentally. Examples of such equipment which must not be operated by these controls include (but are not limited to) motorized gates, garage doors, industrial doors, microwave ovens, heating pads, etc. It is the installer’s responsibility to ensure that the equipment being controlled is visible from every control location and that only suitable equipment is connected to these controls.

Overheat Damage: To reduce the risk of overheating and possibly damaging other equipment, do not install

to control receptacles or motor-operatedappliances.

Environment: Ambient operating temperature:

0-40°C,32-104°F,0-90%humidity,non-condensing.Indoor use only.

Spacing: If mounting one control above another, leave at least 4 1/2" (114mm) vertical space between them.

Wallplates: Lutron Claro® and Satin ColorsTM wallplates are recommended for best color match and aesthetic appearance. Do not paint controls or wallplates.

Cleaning: To clean, wipe with a clean damp cloth.DO NOT use any chemical cleaning solutions.

Wallboxes: Lutron recommends using3-1/2"(89mm) deep wallboxes for easier installation. Several controls may be installed in one multigang wallbox - see Multigang Installations (page 2).

Remotes: Use only Lutron® HomeWorks Maestro Remote Dimmers(HD-RD)withHRD/HWD-6D,-6ND,-10D,-10ND,and-5NEcontrols. Use onlyLutron HomeWorks Maestro Remote Switches(HD-RS)withHRD/HWD-8ANScontrols. Up to 9HD-RDorHD-RScontrols may be used with aHomeWorks Maestro Dimmer or Switch. Mechanical 3- or 4- way switches will not work.

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Multigang Installations

In multigang installations, several controls are grouped horizontally in one multigang wallbox.

No derating is required for Remotes.

When ganging Remotes with dimmers or switches in the same wallbox, derating is required for the dimmers or switches. See the installation instructions that came with the dimmer or switch for derating requirements.

Note: Controls do not have fins that need to be removed for multigang installations.

Installation

Danger - Locate and remove fuse or lock circuit breaker in the OFF position before proceeding. Wiring with power ON may result in personal injury.

Short Circuit Check: Check the installation for short circuits before installing control(s). With power OFF, install standard mechanical switch(es) between Hot and load.

Restore power. If lights do not work or a breaker trips, check wiring. Correct wiring and check again. Install control(s) only when short is no longer present. Warranty is void if control is turned ON with a shorted circuit.

1.Turn power OFF at fusebox or circuit breaker.

2.Prepare wires. When making wire connections, follow the recommended strip lengths and combinations for the supplied wire connectors. Note: Wire connectors provided are suitable for copper wire only.

Large:

Strip insulation 1/2" (13mm) for #10 AWG (6mm2), #12 AWG (4mm2) or #14 AWG (2.5mm2).

Strip insulation 5/8" (16mm) for #16 AWG (1.5mm2) or #18 AWG (1.0mm2).

Use to join one or two #12 or 14 AWG sup-

Large

ply wires with one #10, 12, 14, 16 or 18 AWG control wire.

3.Wire controls using Wiring Diagrams 1 and 2 (page 3). When using power boosters or interfaces, use Wiring Diagrams 3, 4, and 5 (page 4). Up to nine HD-RDor HDRS remotes may be connected to the-6D,-6ND,-10D,- 10ND,-5NE,or-8ANScontrols.

4.Push all wires back into the wallbox and loosely fasten the control to the wallbox using the control mounting screws provided. Do not pinch the wires.

5.Attach Lutron Claro® or Satin ColorsTM wallplate adapter and wallplate.

a.Loosely install control mounting screws.

b.Tighten wallplate adapter mounting screws snug.

c.Tighten control mounting screws until wallplate adapter is flush to wall (do not over-tighten).

d.Snap wallplate onto wallplate adapter, and verify that control is not submerged.

e.If control is submerged, loosen mounting screws appropriately.

6.Complete wiring for all dimmers, switches and remotes in this circuit.

7.Restore power. Check for correct local operation (see Local Operation, page 5).

Mounting Diagram

Control

Wallplate

Adapter

Mounting

Mounting

Screws

Screws

 

Wallbox

Control

Included:

Wire Connectors (4)

Wallplate/Adapter purchased separately.

Mounting Screws (2)

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Wiring Diagram 1

Multi-LocationInstallation1 -6D,-10DwithHD-RD

 

Remote Dimmer

Dimmer

 

Remote Dimmer

Hot

Black

Red

Black

Red

Black

Red

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lighting

 

 

 

 

 

 

Load

120/127VAC

Green

Blue

Green

Blue

Green

Blue

50/60Hz

Neutral

Wiring Diagram 2

Multi-LocationInstallation with Neutral1, 2

-6ND,-10ND,-5NEwithHD-RD,-8ANSwithHD-RS

 

 

Remote

 

Remote

Dimmer/

 

 

Dimmer/Switch

Dimmer/Switch

Switch

 

Hot

Black

Red

Black

Red

Black

Red

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lighting

 

 

 

 

 

 

Load

120/127VAC

Green

Blue

Green

Blue

Green

Blue

50/60Hz

 

 

 

 

 

 

White

Neutral

1Up to 9 HomeWorks® Maestro® Remote Dimmers/Switches may be connected to theHomeWorks Maestro Dimmer/Switch. Total Blue wire length may be up to 250' (76m).

2Remote Dimmers/Switches must be connected on the Line side of a multi-locationinstallation when used with Neutral wire Dimmers or Switches.

3

Wiring Diagram 3

 

 

 

Installation with Power

 

 

NGRX-PB

Booster or ELV Interface1, 2

 

 

Remote

 

or

-6ND,-10NDwithHD-RD

 

Dimmer

Dimmer

ELVI-1000

 

Hot/Live

Black

Red

Black

Red

120/127VAC

Green

Blue

Green

Blue

50/60 Hz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

White

Neutral

 

 

 

 

Wiring Diagram 4

DIM HOT OUT

HOT IN

CONTROL

NEUTRAL

Lighting

Load

Installation with Fluorescent

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dimming Ballast Interface1, 2

Remote

 

 

 

 

 

-6ND,-10NDwithHD-RD

 

Dimmer

FDBI-16A-120

 

Dimmer

Hot/Live

Black

 

Red

Black

Red

 

 

Lutron® Hi-lume® Fluorescent

 

DIM HOT OUT HOT IN

 

Dimming Ballast(s)

 

 

 

 

 

 

SW HOT

CONTROL NEUTRAL

120/127VAC

Green

Blue

Green

Blue

 

 

Orange

 

 

 

50/60 Hz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Black

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

White

 

 

White

Neutral

Wiring Diagram 5

Installation with Neutral and Hi-PowerModule1, 2

-6ND,-10NDwithHD-RD-8ANSwithHD-RS

Lighting

Load

 

 

 

HP 2•4•6TM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hi-PowerModule

 

 

 

 

N H DH SH

N H DH SH

N H DH SH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remote

 

 

 

Load

 

Control

 

 

Dimmer/Switch

Dimmer/Switch

Terminals

Terminals

 

 

 

 

 

 

N1

H1 DH1

SH1

N N H H DH 1

2

3

Black

Red

Black

Red

 

 

 

 

 

 

Green

Green

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blue

 

Blue

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

White

Load Circuit

Neutral

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hot/Live

Neutral

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hot/Live

 

 

 

120-277VAC50/60 Hz

 

 

 

 

 

 

120/127VAC 50/60 Hz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Control Circuit

1Up to 9 HomeWorks® Maestro® Remote Dimmers/Switches may be connected to theHomeWorks Maestro Dimmer/Switch. Total blue wire length may be up to 250 ft. (76m).

2Remote Dimmers/Switches must be connected on the Line side of a multi-locationinstallation when used with Neutral wire Dimmers or Switches.

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Local Operation

Pressing the Tapswitch on any Dimmer, Switch, or Remote will alternately turn the lights ON and OFF. For HD-RD,the ON level will be the level previously set using the Dimming Rocker. Press and hold the top or bottom of the Dimming Rocker to raise or lower the light level.

Double-tappingthe Tapswitch on theHD-RDwill turn the lights ON to full. Pressing and holding the Tapswitch for 1/2 second (while ON) activates a10-secondlong fade-to-off.

Lamp Replacement

For routine lamp replacement, remove power from the fixture(s) by sliding the Front-AccessibleService Switch (FASS) to the OFF position (left). After replacing lamps, slide theFASS back to the ON position (right) to restore power.

Danger - For any procedure other than routine lamp replacement, power must be disconnected at the main electrical panel.

Remote Dimmer Operation

Tapswitch

Tap on/off

Dimming Rocker

Press to Brighten

Press to Dim

FASSTM

OFF ON Front

Accessible

Service

Switch

Remote Switch Operation

Tapswitch

Tap on/off

FASS

OFF ON Front

Accessible

Service

Switch

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Troubleshooting Guide

Symptom

Cause and Action

No lights at all

Power not present

 

• Circuit breaker OFF or tripped. Perform Short Circuit Check (see page 2).

 

FASSTM in the OFF position. MoveFASS to the ON position by sliding it to the right. Check both the

 

dimmer/switch and all of the remote dimmers/switches.

 

Wiring

 

• Wires shorted. Make sure the blue wires are not grounded or shorted to any other wires.

 

• Wiring error. Check wiring to be sure it agrees with installation instructions and wiring diagrams.

 

Lamps burned out

 

• Replace lamps.

 

Dioded lamps

 

• If dioded lamps are being used, replace with non-diodedlamps.

 

 

Lights turn ON when tap-

Wiring

switch is pressed, then turn

• Wiring error. Check wiring to be sure it agrees with installation instructions and wiring diagrams.

OFF

Tapswitch stuck

 

 

• Tapswitch stuck at another location. Check to see that tapswitches are not sticking for all control loca-

 

tions in the circuit.

 

 

Light turns ON and OFF con-

Load is less than minimum load requirement

tinuously

• Make sure the load connected to the dimmer or switch meets the appropriate minimum load require-

 

 

ment for that control. See Load Specifications in the Installation Instructions for the dimmer or switch.

 

 

Lights don’t switch when tap-

Wiring

switch is pressed

• Wires shorted. Make sure the blue wires are not grounded or shorted to any other wires.

 

 

• Wiring error. Check wiring to be sure it agrees with installation instructions and wiring diagrams.

 

 

Lights don’t switch ON/OFF

Wiring

when HD-RDorHD-RStap-

• Wires shorted. Make sure the blue wires are not grounded or shorted to any other wires.

switch is pressed

• Wiring error. Check wiring to be sure it agrees with installation instructions and wiring diagrams.

 

 

 

Lights don’t switch ON/OFF

Improper programming

from Keypad

• Check programming in HomeWorks® Utility.

 

 

Wiring

 

• Wires shorted. Make sure the blue wires are not grounded or shorted to any other wires.

 

• Wiring error. Check wiring to be sure it agrees with installation instructions and wiring diagrams.

 

 

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Notes:

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Technical and Sales Assistance

If you need assistance, call the toll-freeLutron Technical Support Center. Please provide exact

model number when calling.

(800) 523-9466(U.S.A., Canada and the Caribbean) Other countries call:

Tel: (610) 282-3800

Fax: (610) 282-3090

Visit our Web site at www.lutron.com

LIMITED WARRANTY

Lutron will, at its option, repair or replace any unit that is defective in materials or manufacture within two years after purchase. For warranty service, return unit to place of purchase or mail to Lutron at 7200 Suter Rd., Coopersburg, PA 18036-1299,postagepre-paid.Telephone the Lutron Technical Support Center toll free at800-523-9466.After the two year period, apro-ratedwarranty applies to this product until eight years after the purchase. For more infor-

mation regarding this warranty contact your Lutron representative.

THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES, AND THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY IS LIMITED TO TWO YEARS FROM PURCHASE. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER THE COST OF INSTALLATION, REMOVAL OR REINSTALLATION, OR DAMAGE RESULTING FROM MISUSE, ABUSE, OR IMPROPER OR INCORRECT REPAIR, OR DAMAGE FROM IMPROPER WIRING OR INSTALLATION. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. LUTRON’S LIABILITY ON ANY CLAIM FOR DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE MANUFACTURE, SALE, INSTALLATION, DELIVERY, OR USE OF THE UNIT SHALL NEVER EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE UNIT.

This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.

This product may be covered by one or more of the following U.S. patents: 5,248,919; 5,399,940; 5,637,930; D353,798 and corresponding foreign patents. U.S. and foreign patents pending. Lutron, Claro, Maestro, Hi-lumeand HomeWorks are registered trademarks and Satin Colors, HP 2•4•6, FASS and the HomeWorks Logo are trademarks of Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

© 2003 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. 7200 Suter Road

Coopersburg, PA 18036-1299

Made and printed in the U.S.A. 02/03 P/N 043-134Rev. A93-2605-02