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Typical Power Consumption*: 3 WWired Return Air Duct SensorImportant NotesCodes: Install in accordance with all local and national electrical codes.Environment: Ambient operating temperature: 32 F to 160 F (0 C to71 C), 0% to 90% humidity, non-condensing. Indoor use only.NOTICE: To avoid possible compressor damage, do not run air conditioner ifthe outside temperature drops below 50 F (10 C).Cleaning: To clean, wipe with a clean damp cloth. DO NOT use anychemical cleaning solutions.RF Device Placement: The HVAC Controller must be within 30 ft (9 m) of anRF signal repeater.HVAC Controller InstallationOFF OFF OFFONONW ARNING: Shock Hazard. To avoid the risk ofelectric shock, locate and remove fuse or lock circuitbreaker in the OFF position before proceeding. Wiringwith power ON could result in serious injury or death.ONNOTICE: HVAC Controller should be installed by a climatecontrol specialist to avoid damage to the equipment.1. Turn power OFF at fusebox or circuit breaker.2. Find a suitable location for the HVAC Controller near an HVAC system and within30 ft (9 m) of a repeater, this will allow system communication.3. Mount vertically or horizontally, using two #6 (M3) screws (included). Whenmounting, allow 7 in (177.8 mm) clearance for the antenna and ensureconvenient access to the contact closures and front buttons. In order toachieve proper RF performance, do not mount unit in a metal enclosure.1. Determine the location to install the return airduct sensor and mark the duct. The sensor can bemounted anywhere in the return duct [3 ft to 6 ft (0.9 mto 1.8 m) before the mixing section is recommended].Front ViewSide View6 4(159)1HVAC Controller5. Wire the sensor to the R1 and R2 terminals of the HVAC controller.Connect the drain wire of the shield to the Common (C) terminal of the HVACcontroller.NOTE: R1 and R2 terminals are NOT polarity sensitive.Wired Flush Mount SensorThe Wired Flush Mount Sensor should be installed in a location that bestrepresents the temperature of the room or area that it is controlling. Determine the Wired Flush Mount Sensor Placement using the followingrecommendations and diagram.If using one Wired Flush Mount Sensor, place near an HVAC return grill,5 ft (1.52 m) up from the floor. DO NOT place the Wired Flush Mount Sensor on or within 2 ft (0.6 m)of an exterior wall DO NOT place the Wired Flush Mount Sensor within 4 ft (1.2 m) ofHVAC supply ventsO/BW1 W2 G5 1 4(133)Y1ActiveLowBattery1/4(6)TestLinkSetup2 4(70)allrior WExte2 ft (0.6 m)MinimumY2Wireless Sensor StatusWiredFlush MountSensor5 ft(1.5 m)3Equipment Type2 1Off OffConventional - Gas/OilOff OnConventional - ElectricHeat Pump - Changeover Cool On OffHeat Pump - Changeover Heat On OnRc/Rh Power HVAC OutJumper 24 VJ1 J2O/BC Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y2TestHVAC System StatusHVACO/BSystem StatusLinkW1W1 W2W2 GG Y1Y1 Y2Y2O/BWireless Sensor StatusRemote Sensor StatusLowActivePower HVAC Out24 VR1 R2SetupSetupSetupRemoteSensorRS485S1 S2BatteryActiveBattery LowHVAC System StatusLinkLinkTestEquipment TypeO/BW1 W2 G2 1Off OffConventional - Gas/OilOff OnConventional - ElectricHeat Pump - Changeover Cool On OffHeat Pump - Changeover Heat On OnHVAC OutOutRc/Rh PowerPower HVACRc/RhJumper2424JumperVVJ1 J2O/BO/BW2 G Y1 Y2C Rc Rh W1C Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y2R1 R2R1 R2Y1Press and hold “Test” button for 10 seconds until “Test” LED flashes rapidlyto enter Diagnostic Mode. “Test” LED will flash slowly while in Diagnostic Mode.2. Cycle through the test stepsThe DIP switch settings determine which test cycle will be run. Tap the “Test”button to advance through the diagnostic steps. Use the tables below todetermine the test sequence that will be run on your system. Each tap movesthe HVAC controller to the next step and will turn on and off different relaysand corresponding LEDs. At each step, the thermostat wiring can be verified.Note: There is a 20 second minimum delay between each step.Table 1 C onventional System Diagnostic Test Cycle(DIP Switches: S1 On or Off, S2 Off)Step 1All OffAll OffStep 2Heat Stage 1 and Fan OnW1 and G OnStep 3Heat Stage 1 & 2 and Fan OnW1, W2 (O/B), and G OnStep 4All OffAll OffStep 5Cool Stage 1 and Fan OnG and Y1 OnStep 6Cool Stage 1 & 2 and FanOn G, Y1, and Y2 OnStep 7All OffAll OffStep 8Fan OnG OnY2SetupWiredRemoteSensorSensorRS485RS485Wireless Sensor StatusS1 S2LowBatteryActiveTable 2 H eat Pump System Diagnostic Test Cycle(DIP Switch S1 Off, S2 On)Changeover Valve Powered for COOL DO NOT place the Wired Flush Mount Sensor within4 ft (1.2 m) of light bulbs or any heat sourceHVAC System StatusSetup1. Enter HVAC Diagnostic Mode4. Connect sensor leads to 18 AWG to 22 AWG (0.75 mm 2 to 0.34 mm 2)twisted, shielded wire with crimp fittings or solder wires together andinsulate. A good secure connection is required to prevent temperaturereading errors.HVAC System Status LEDsIndicate the status of the controloutputs. When an LED is lit thecorresponding relay is closed.W1 – Heat stage 1, auxiliary heatW2 O/B – Heat stage 2,changeover valveG – FanY1 – Compressor stage 1Y2 – Compressor stage 2Battery LowO/BC Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y23. Secure the sensor to the return air duct using the #6 (M3) x 3/8 in(10 mm) sheet metal screws.Interior WallThe diagnostic mode is used to ensure the relays on theHVAC controller are functioning and wired properly toyour HVAC system.Jumper2. Drill a 3/8 in (10 mm) hole in the duct at the markedlocation and insert the sensor into the airstream. DO NOT place the Wired Flush MountSensor within 6 in (15 cm) of other RFdevicesHVAC ControllerControllerHVACY2Remote Sensor StatusActiveRc/Rh DO NOT place the Wired Flush Mount Sensor in direct sunlightMeasurements shown as: in (mm).Y1Follow the steps below to test your wiring usingdiagnostic mode. There are three Diagnostic Modetests. The test that is cycled is determined by the 2 DIP switches on theHVAC Controller. The DIP switches define whether the HVAC system is usedwith a Conventional system or a Heat Pump system. DO NOT place the Wired Flush Mount Sensor in corners or behind doorsDimensionsW1 W2 GO/BWireless SensorStatus LEDSolid – All WirelessTemperature Sensorsare activeFlashing – Oneor more WirelessTemperature Sensor(s)not activeOff – No activeWireless TemperatureSensorsSetupTestLinkTest and Link LEDsFlashes green to indicate thatthe system is in Test mode orLink modeONBattery Status LEDFlashing – One or moreWireless Temperature Sensorshas a low batteryTest and Link ButtonsPress and hold to troubleshoot(Test) and set up (Link) theRF connectionRelay Contact RatingsTable 4 Relay Contact RatingsVoltageResistiveLoadInductiveLoadUp to 24 V 1A0.1 AHVAC OutTerminal connections for connectingto the HVAC systemW1 - Heat stage 1, auxiliary heatW2 O/B - Heat stage 2, changeover valveG - FanY1 - Compressor stage 1Y2 - Compressor stage 2Power 24 V (from HVAC system transformers)IEC PELV / NEC Class 2 cableHeat Transformer – RhCool Transformer – RcCommon – CStep 1All OffAll OffStep 2Heat Stage 1 and Fan OnG and Y1 OnStep 3Heat Stage 1 & 2 and Fan OnG, Y1, and Y2 OnStep 4Auxiliary Heat OnW1 and G OnStep 5All OffAll OffStep 6Cool Stage 1 and Fan OnW2 (O/B), G, and Y1 OnStep 7Cool Stage 1 & 2 and Fan OnW2 (O/B), G, Y1, and Y2 OnStep 8All OffAll OffStep 9Fan OnG OnWired Return Air Duct SensorConnection for required wiredsensor.Maximum 100 ft (30.5 m)Each terminal holds one18 AWG to 22 AWG (0.75 mm2 to0.34 mm2) wire.RJ45 ConnectorLutron use only.Rc/Rh JumperJumperrequiredin singletransformersystemsONWiredSensorR1 R2RS485Mounting Holes3 3 4(95)1 1 16(27)4 4(108)11. Determine the location to install the wired flush-mount sensor (see“Determine the Wired Flush Mount Sensor Placement” above) andmark the wall.2. Drill a 1/2 in (13 mm) hole in the wall atthe marked location, separate sensor fromself-threading wall insert and insertself-threading wall insert into pilot hole.WallSelf-threadingWall InsertSensor3. Connect sensor leads to 18 AWG to 221/2 in (13 mm)AWG (0.75 mm 2 to 0.34 mm 2) twisted,Pilot Holeshielded wire with crimp fittings or solderwires together and insulate. A goodsecure connection is required to prevent temperature reading errors.4. Push sensor into self-threading wall insert.* Typical Power Consumption test conditions: two LEDs on.Technical Assistance U.S.A. / Canada: 1.800.523.9466 – 24 hours a day, 7 days a weekMexico: 1.888.235.2910 Other Countries: 1.610.282.3800 www.lutron.comLutron Electronics Co., Inc. 7200 Suter Road Coopersburg, PA 18036-1299P/N 041-358 Rev. A 10 / 20115. Wire the sensor to the R1 and R2 terminals of the HVAC controller.Connect the drain wire of the shield to the Common (C) terminal of the HVACcontroller.NOTE: R1 and R2 terminals are NOT polarity sensitive.** If there is no return air duct available to install the Wired Return Air Duct Sensor use Wired FlushMount Sensor or contact Lutron Technical Assistance.Table 3 H eat Pump System Diagnostic Test Cycle(DIP Switch S1 On, S2 On)Changeover Valve Powered for HEATStep 1All OffAll OffStep 2Heat Stage 1 and Fan OnW2 (O/B), G, and Y1 OnStep 3Heat Stage 1 & 2 and Fan OnW2 (O/B), G, Y1, and Y2 OnStep 4Auxiliary Heat OnW1 and G OnStep 5All OffAll OffStep 6Cool Stage 1 and Fan OnG and Y1 OnStep 7Cool Stage 1 & 2 and Fan OnG, Y1, and Y2 OnStep 8All OffAll OffStep 9Fan OnG OnFor full functionality, the HVAC Controller must be programmed to aRadioRA 2 Main Repeater (RR-MAIN-REP) or HomeWorks QS Processor(HQP6-2-120) and PC software must be used by a Lutron factory-trainedinstaller. For questions on how to become a qualified installer, please contactyour local Lutron representative.RadioRA 2 Temporary ProgrammingSince the HVAC system may need to function before a Lutron factory-trainedinstaller is available for programming, temporary programming may be usedto provide climate control. When using the temporary programming method,the HVAC controller (LR-HVAC) will only function when programmed to asystem with a seeTemp Wall Display (LRD-WST).To complete the temporary programming (steps below), the following arerequired: RadioRA 2 Main Repeater within 30 ft (9 m) of the HVAC controller,seeTemp Wall Display(s), and Wireless Temperature sensor(s) (LRF2-TWRB).HomeWorks QS does not support a Temporary Programming Method.1. Enter Add Mode: Press and hold the “Add ” button on Main Repeater for3 seconds until green “Add ” LED begins to rapid-flash (ten times per second)and repeater beeps. Wait 10 seconds.2. Add the devices to the Main Repeater:a. For the HVAC controller, press and hold the “Link” button for 3 secondsuntil all LEDs flash (once per second).b. For the seeTemp Wall Display, press and hold the “eco” button for3 seconds until the top, middle and bottom LEDs flash (once per second).c. For the Wireless Temperature Sensor, press and hold the “Link” button for6 seconds until the LED flashes (once per second).3. Exit Add Mode: Press and hold the “Add ” button on any Repeater for3 seconds until “Add” LED begins to rapid-flash. After LED turns off (cantake up to 30–60 seconds), system has exited Add Mode.4. Enter Link Mode on the HVAC Controller: Press and hold the “Link ” buttonon HVAC Controller for 6 seconds until green “Link” LED begins to rapidflash (ten times per second). Wait 10 seconds.5. Link the devices to the HVAC Controller:a. For the seeTemp Wall Display, press and hold the “eco” button for6 seconds until the top, middle and bottom LEDs rapid-flash.b. For the Wireless Temperature Sensor, press and hold the “Link” button for6 seconds until the LED flashes (once per second).6. Exit Link Mode on the HVAC Controller: Press and hold the “Link” buttonon the HVAC Controller for 6 seconds until “Link” LED begins to rapid-flash.After LED turns off (can take from 15 to 30 seconds), HVAC Controller hasexited Link Mode.7. Test the system:a. Set the seeTemp Wall Display to Heat or Cool mode.b. Tap the “Test” button on the Wireless Temperature Sensor. TheTemperature will update on the seeTemp Wall Display.c. As the temperature changes, the HVAC controller will control the HVACequipment when required.Note: when adding a seeTemp Wall Display or HVAC Controller tothe system after using temporary programming, you must first return theseeTemp Wall Display or HVAC Controller to Factory Settings.OnOff1 2ON!HVAC System StatusProgramming by a Lutron Factory Trained InstallerHVAC Controller1 2LR-HVAC-124 V 250 mAPlease Read Before InstallingHVAC ControllerNOTICE: To avoid possible compressor damage, donot run air conditioner if the outside temperature dropsbelow 50 F (10 C).1 2ONHVAC ControllerHVAC Controller Diagnostic ModeA Wired Sensor MUST be installed or the system will not operate. The WiredSensor will serve as a backup temperature sensor if no RF temperaturesensor is installed or if the RF temperature sensors are not communicating(out of range, dead battery, etc).1 2ONInstallation InstructionsWired Sensor Installation**1 2ONEnglish3. Exit HVAC Diagnostic ModeS2 S1Contact Closure Terminal BlocksIEC PELV / NEC Class 2 cableMaximum 1000 ft (305 m)Each terminal holds one18 AWG (0.75 mm2) wire.HVAC Setup2 DIP switches for selectingHVAC system typeNOTE: After changingDIP switch position, cyclepower to the unit.Table 5 System Configuration DIP Switch SettingsSystem ConfigurationS2S1Fan Controlled byConventional – Gas/Oil (Default)OffOffAir HandlerConventional – ElectricHeat Pump – Changeover CoolHeat Pump – Changeover HeatOffOnOnOnOffOnHVAC ControllerHVAC ControllerHVAC ControllerAt any time, press and hold “Test” button for 10 seconds to exit DiagnosticMode. If no button is pressed for 3 minutes, the HVAC Controller will exitDiagnostic Mode.Lutron, HomeWorks, RadioRA and ) are registered trademarks and RadioRA 2 and seeTemp are trademarks of Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. NEC is a registered trademark of the National Fire Protection Association, Quincy, Massachusetts 2011 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.Returning an HVAC Controller to Factory SettingsNote: Returning the HVAC Controller to factory settings will erase all systemprogramming from the HVAC Controller and will require the HVAC Controllerto be reprogrammed into a system.1. Triple tap and hold either button on an HVAC Controller. DO NOT release thebutton after the third tap.2. Keep the button pressed on the third tap until the LED(s) start to flash slowly(approximately 3 seconds).3. Release the button and immediately triple tap it again. The LEDs will flashquickly. When the LEDs stop flashing, the HVAC Controller has been returnedto factory settings.Warranty: For warranty information, please see the Warranty enclosed with theproduct, or visit www.lutron.com/resiinfo

Wiring Your SystemTroubleshooting GuideNOTE: R1 and R2 terminals are not polarity sensitive.Conventional SystemConventional System (continued)Heat Pump SystemHeat Pump System (continued)Conventional Gas/Oil Heat System 1 Stage Heat / 1 Stage CoolConventional Gas/Oil Heat System 1 Stage Heat / 1 Stage Cool, 2 TransformersSingle Stage Heat Pump (Changeover Cool)2 Stage Heat Pump w/ Auxiliary Heat (Changeover Cool)CoolTransformerWiredSensorOffHeatStage 1HeatTransformerHeatStage 1WiredSensorFan RelayOff1 2ONR1 R2S2 S1Conventional Electric Heat System 1 Stage Heat / 1 Stage CoolFan RelayCompressorWiredSensorHeatStage 1J1 J2R1 R2C Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y2J1 J2S2 S1Conventional Electric Heat System 1 Stage Heat / 1 Stage Cool, 2 SensorFan RelayOn *TransformerOff1 2ONJ1 J2R1 R2HeatStage 1R1 R2C Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y2ChangeoverValveOn *Fan RelayCompressorStage 1CompressorConventional Gas/Oil Heat System 2 Stage Heat / 2 Stage Cool, 2 TransformersWireless Temperature Sensor battery is dead. Replace battery.WiredSensorOn *OffJ1 J2C Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y2R1 R2TransformerWiredSensorOn *ChangeoverValveAuxilaryHeatOn *CompressorStage 2Fan RelayCompressorStage 1R1 R2S2 S1J1 J2C Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y2R1 R2TransformerCompressorStage 1CoolTransformerWiredSensorFan RelayOffHeatTransformerOffHeatStage 1Fan RelayHeatStage 2TransformerCompressorStage 1WiredSensorOffWiredSensorOn *On *AuxilaryHeatFan RelayCompressorOn *1 2ONConventional Electric Heat System 2 Stage Heat / 2 Stage CoolHeatStage 11 2ONS2 S1J1 J2C Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y2R1 R2S2 S1Conventional Electric Heat System 2 Stage Heat / 2 Stage Cool, 2 TransformersJ1 J2OffC Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y2R1 R2S2 S1Single Stage Heat Pump w/ Auxiliary Heat (Changeover Heat)CompressorStage 2HeatStage 2TransformerCompressorStage 1Fan RelayCoolTransformerWiredSensorOffOn *HeatTransformerHeatStage 1Fan RelayHeatStage 2CompressorStage 2CompressorStage eatOn *Rc/Rh JumperFan RelayCompressorWiredSensorOn *1 2ON1 2ONS2 S11 2ONR1 R2J1 J2C Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y2R1 R2S2 S1J1 J2LEDs on a seeTemp Wall Display don’t turnon when the buttons onit are pressed.Power not present at seeTemp Wall Display. Circuit breaker OFF. Turn ON breaker. Ensure that the seeTemp Wall Display isproperly wired.6 LEDs on the seeTemp Wall Display flash whenany button is pressed.The seeTemp Wall Display is in the FactorySettings mode and has not been configured towork in a system. Follow the steps in Programming by a Lutron Factory Trained Installer.Room Temperature LEDon seeTemp WallDisplay flashes rapidly.Low battery on Wireless Temperature Sensor. Replace battery in Wireless TemperatureSensor.Set temperature LED onseeTemp Wall Displayflashes rapidly.The HVAC Controller is communicating with theWired Sensor and cannot communicate with one ormore of the Wireless Temperature Sensors or theWired Sensor is not connected. Move Wireless Temperature Sensor closer to arepeater. Make sure that the Wired Sensor is connected.Room LED on seeTemp Wall Display scrolls upand down.No Wireless Temperature Sensor and no WiredSensor are present. Replace battery in Wireless Temperature Sensor. Add a Wireless Temperature Sensor. Add a Wired Sensor.Room and Set LEDs onseeTemp Wall Displayscroll up and down whenbutton is pressed.Communication error. Move a repeater closer to a seeTemp WallDisplay.Room or Set temperature on seeTemp WallDisplay top LED flashesslowly.The room or set temperature is above maximumdisplayed temperature.Room or Set temperaturebottom LED onseeTemp Wall Displayflashes slowly.The room or set temperature is below minimumdisplayed temperature.Room temperature isconstantly fluctuating.If using a wired sensor as the primary source oftemperature control, make sure the wired sensorplacement is correct and you have followed thewiring instructions.LEDs on the HVACController do not turn onwhen it is powered up.Power not present. Circuit breaker is OFF or tripped. Reset or turnon circuit breaker. Ensure that the HVAC Controller is properlywired.HVAC Controller’s“Wireless Sensor Status”Active LED is flashing.At least one Wireless Temperature Sensor is notcommunicating.On *Rc/Rh JumperC Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y2Wireless Temperature Sensor battery is dead. Replace battery.WiredSensor1 2ONR1 R2Wireless TemperatureSensor LED doesn’t turnon when Link or Testbuttons are pressed.S2 S1Rc/Rh JumperC Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y2Temperature may take up to 20 minutes to changein the space.ChangeoverValveOffRc/Rh JumperThere is no power to the device. Ensure that the device is powered.The Wired Sensor is not installed. Install the Wired Sensor.Single Stage Heat Pump w/ Auxiliary Heat (Changeover Cool)CompressorStage 2C Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y2R1 R2The HVAC controller is not assigned to a WirelessTemperature Sensor or seeTemp Wall Display. Follow the steps in Programming by aLutron Factory Trained Installer.HVAC equipment is malfunctioning or doesn’t haveenough power and can’t reach setpoint. Contact your HVAC installer.CompressorStage 2HeatStage 2HVAC controllernot responding totemperature changes orseeTemp Wall Display.S2 S1Rc/Rh JumperC Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y2HVAC equipment is malfunctioning or doesn’t haveenough capacity and can’t reach setpoint. Contact your HVAC installer.2 Stage Heat Pump w/ Auxiliary Heat (Changeover Heat)Fan RelayJ1 J2S2 S1S2 S1Conventional Gas/Oil Heat System 2 Stage Heat / 2 Stage CoolJ1 J2S2 S1Single Stage Heat Pump (Changeover Heat)CompressorHeatStage 1R1 R2C Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y2Rc/Rh JumperC Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y2J1 J2OffCompressorStage 2Rc/Rh Jumper1 2ONJ1 J2On *Fan RelayAuxilaryHeat1 2ONRc/Rh JumperOffTransformerWiredSensorRc/Rh JumperC Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y2TransformerOffCompressor1 2ONJ1 J2TransformerTemperature feels toowarm/cool.Sensor is not placed near HVAC returns. Move sensor.1 2ONCompressorChangeoverValve1 2ONRc/Rh JumperFan RelayChangeoverValveProbable Cause and Action1 2ONTransformerCompressorSymptomS2 S1* NOTE: After changing DIP switch position, cycle power to the unit.

Notas importantesCódigos: Instalar de manera conforme a todos los códigos eléctricos localesy nacionales.Ambiente: Temperatura operativa ambiente: 0 C a 71 C (32 F a 160 F),humedad del 0% al 90%, sin condensación. Uso en interiores únicamente.AVISO: Para evitar posibles daños en el compresor, no encienda el aireacondicionado si la temperatura en el exterior disminuye más de 10 C (50 F).Limpieza: Para limpiar, frote con un paño limpio y húmedo. NO uselimpiadores químicos.Ubicación del dispositivo de RF: El controlador de HVAC debe estar dentrode los 9 m (30 pies) de un repetidor de señal de RF.Instalación del controlador de HVACAVISO: El controlador de HVAC debe ser instalado por unespecialista en control de climas para evitar que se dañe elequipo.ONONON!OFF OFF OFFA DVERTENCIA: Peligro de descarga eléctrica.Para evitar el riesgo de electrocución, localice y retireel fusible o bloquee el cortacircuitos en la posición deAPAGADO antes de proceder. Tender el cableado conla alimentación ENCENDIDA podría producir lesionesgraves o la muerte.1. APAGUE la alimentación desde la caja de fusibles o el cortacircuitos.2. Encuentre una ubicación adecuada para el control de HVAC cerca de unsistema de HVAC y a no más de 9 m (30 pies) de un repetidor, esto habilitarála comunicación del sistema.3. Móntelo vertical u horizontalmente, utilizando dos tornillos M3 (#6) que seproporcionan. Al montar, deje 177,8 mm (7 pulg) de espacio libre para laantena y asegúrese de que existe acceso apropiado para los contactossecos y para los botones frontales. Con el fin de obtener un rendimientoadecuado de RF, no monte la unidad en un contenedor de metal.Instalación del sensor alámbrico para elconducto de aire de retorno1. Determine la ubicación donde instalará el sensor parael conducto de aire de retorno y marque el conducto.El sensor se puede montar en cualquier punto delconducto de retorno (se recomienda dejar una distanciaque oscile entre 0,9 m [3 pies] y 1,8 m [6 pies] antes de lasección de combinación).2. Perfore un orificio de 10 mm (3/8 pulg) en el conducto en la ubicación quemarcó e inserte el sensor en el conducto de la corriente de aire.3. Fije el sensor al conducto de aire de retorno con los tornillos para metal M3(#6) de 10 mm (3/8 pulg) que se suministran.4. Conecte los conductores del sensor a un cable trenzado y aislado de 0,75 mm2a 0,34 mm2 (18 AWG a 22 AWG) mediante conectores a presión o soldadura deestaño y aísle el empalme. Se requiere una conexión adecuada y segura paraevitar errores en la lectura de la temperatura.5. Conecte el sensor a los terminales R1 y R2 del controlador HVAC. Conecte elcable de descarga del blindaje al terminal común (C) del controlador HVAC.NOTA: Los terminales R1 y R2 no tienen polaridad.Sensor cableado para montaje al ras de la pared Dimensiones Las medidas se muestran en mm (pulg).Vista frontal Vista lateral159(6 ¼)Sensorcableado paramontaje al rasde la paredHVAC System StatusO/BW1 W2 GY1ActiveLowBattery6(1/4)TestLinkSetup70(2 ¾)Equipment Type2 1Off OffConventional - Gas/OilOff OnConventional - ElectricHeat Pump - Changeover Cool On OffHeat Pump - Changeover Heat On OnRc/Rh Power HVAC OutJumper 24 VO/BC Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y20,6 m (2 pies)mínimo1,5 m(5 pies)Y2Wireless Sensor StatusJ1 J2ParePared interiorHVAC Controller133(5 ¼)Este sensor debe ser instalado en la ubicación que mejor represente latemperatura de la habitación o del área que controla.Para determinar la ubicación del sensor cableado para montaje al ras de lapared observe el diagrama y siga las siguientes recomendaciones.Si utiliza un único sensor cableado para montaje al ras de la pared, colóquelocerca de una rejilla de retorno del sistema de aire acondicionado, ventilación ocalefacción a una distancia de 1,52 m (5 pies) del piso.NO coloque el sensor cableado para montaje al ras de la pared sobre unapared que da al exterior o a una distancia menor de 0,6 m (2 pies) de este tipo deparedesNO coloque el sensor cableado para montaje al ras de la pared en lasesquinas o detrás de las puertasNO coloque el sensor cableado para montaje al ras de la pared en un lugardonde reciba luz solar directaNO coloque el sensor cableado para montaje al ras de la pared a unadistancia menor de 1,2 m (4 pies) de las salidas de aire acondicionado, ventilacióno calefacciónNO coloque el sensor cableado para montaje al ras de la pared a unadistancia menor de 1,2 m (4 pies) de focos o cualquier fuente de calorNO coloque el sensor cableado para montaje al ras de lapared a una distancia menor de 15 cm (6 pulg) deeriorotros dispositivos de RFd extWiredSensorR1 R2RS485Hoyos de montaje95(3 ¾)27(1 1 16)108(4 1 4)1. Determine la ubicación donde instalará elPared Paredsensor cableado para montaje al ras de laautorroscanteSensorpared (consulte la sección “Para determinarla ubicación del sensor cableado paramontaje al ras de la pared” que figura másarriba) y marque el sitio en la pared.2. Perfore un orificio de 13 mm (1/2 pulg) en13 mm (1/2 in)orificio pilotola pared en la ubicación que marcó, separe elsensor del soporte para pared autorroscante einserte el soporte en el orificio piloto.3. Conecte los conductores del sensor a un cable trenzado y aislado de 0,75 mm2a 0,34 mm2 (18 AWG a 22 AWG) mediante conectores a presión o soldadura deestaño y aísle el empalme. Se requiere una conexión adecuada y segura paraevitar errores en la lectura de la temperatura.4. Introduzca el sensor dentro del soporte para pared autorroscante.5. Conecte el sensor a los terminales R1 y R2 del controlador HVAC. Conecte elcable de descarga del blindaje al terminal común (C) del controlador HVAC.NOTA: Los terminales R1 y R2 no tienen polaridad.* Condiciones de prueba del consumo típico de energía: dos LED encendidos.Asistencia Técnica E.U.A./Canadá: 1.800.523.9466 – las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semanaMéxico: 1.888.235.2910 Otros países: 1.610.282.3800 www.lutron.comLutron Electronics Co., Inc. 7200 Suter Road Coopersburg, PA 18036-1299P/N 041-358 Rev. A 10 / 2011** Si no hay ningún conducto de aire de retorno disponible para instalar el sensor cableado para conductode aire de retorno, utilice un sensor cableado para montaje al ras de la pared o comuníquese con elCentro de Soporte Técnico de Lutron HVAC System StatusW1 W2 GO/BY1HVAC ControllerControllerHVACY2SetupBattery LowRc/RhJumperTestPower HVAC Out24 VO/BC Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y2Tabla 1 Ciclo convencional de pruebas dediagnóstico de un sistema (InterruptoresDIP: S1 Encendido o apagado, S2 apagado)Paso 1Paso 2Paso 3Paso 4Paso 5Paso 6Paso 7Paso 8Todos apagadosEtapa de calefacción 1 y ventilador encendidoEtapa de calefacción 1 y 2 y ventiladorencendidoTodos apagadosEtapa de enfriamiento 1 y ventilador encendidoEtapa de enfriamiento 1 y 2 y ventiladorencendidoTodos apagadosVentilador encendidoR1 R2Paso 4Paso 5Paso 6Paso 7Paso 8Paso 9Todos apagadosEtapa de calefacción 1 y ventilador encendidoEtapa de calefacción 1 y 2 y ventiladorencendidoCalefacción auxiliar encendidaTodos apagadosEtapa de enfriamiento 1 y ventilador encendidoEtapa de enfriamiento 1 y 2 y ventiladorencendidoTodos apagadosVentilador encendidoRS485HVAC System StatusLinkLinkEquipment TypeO/BW1 W2 G2 1Off OffConventional - Gas/OilOff OnConventional - ElectricHeat Pump - Changeover Cool On OffHeat Pump - Changeover Heat On OnHVAC OutOutRc/Rh PowerPower HVACRc/RhJumper2424JumperVVJ1 J2O/BO/BW2 G Y1 Y2C Rc Rh W1C Rc Rh W1 W2 G Y1 Y2RS485RS485S1 S2Ajuste del HVAC2 interruptores DIP para seleccionar el tipo desistema de HVACNOTA: Después de cambiar la ubicacióndel interruptor DIP, apague y encienda laalimentación de la unidad.Regresar un controlador de HVAC a las preferenciasde fábricaWireless Sensor StatusLowBatteryActiveLED de estadodel sensorinalámbricoSólido: todos lossensores inalámbricosde temperatura estánactivosParpadeante: unoo más sensoresinalámbricos detemperatura no estánactivosApagado: no haysensores inalámbricosde temperaturaactivosBattery Status LEDSi parpadea – esto indica quelas baterías de uno o más delos sensores inalámbricos detemperatura tienen poca cargaSetupTestProgramación temporal de RadioRA 2Debido a que el sistema de HVAC podría tener que funcionar antes de queun instalador capacitado en la fábrica de Lutron esté disponible para laprogramación, es posible utilizar la programación temporal para contar con controldel clima. Al utilizar el método de programación temporal, el controlador de HVAC(LR-HVAC) sólo funcionará cuando esté programado con un sistema que tenga unvisualizador de pared seeTemp (LRD-WST).Para completar la programación temporal (vea los pasos a continuación), esnecesario contar con lo siguiente: Repetidor principal de RadioRA 2 (RR-MAIN-REP)dentro de los 9 m (30 pies) del controlador de HVAC, los visualizadores de paredde seeTemp y los sensores inalámbricos de temperatura. HomeWorks QS noadmite un método de programación temporal.Ingrese al modo Agregar : Mantenga presionado el botón “Add” (“Agregar”)del repetidor principal durante 3 segundos hasta que el LED verde de “Add”(“Agregar”) comience a parpadear rápidamente (diez veces por segundo) y elrepetidor emita un sonido. Espere 10 segundos.Agregue los dispositivos al repetidor principal:a. Para el

HVAC Controller Programming by a Lutron Factory Trained Installer For full functionality, the HVAC Controller must be programmed to a RadioRA 2 Main Repeater (RR-MAIN-REP) or HomeWorks QS Processor (HQP6-2-120) and PC software must be used by a Lutron factory-trained installer. For questions on how to become a qualified installer .File Size: 5MB