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TP4 Sample Touch-Panel Usage

for

Lutron H48 Lighting Controller

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction................................................................................................................................................3 Overview....................................................................................................................................................3

Revision History
Date 02/11/04 Initials CN Comments Initial Release v1.0.0

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Introduction
This document will give you a brief explanation on how to use the sample touch panel file included with the AMX Lutron H48 Duet module v1.0.0. Please be aware that this document pertains only to the original sample touch panel file included (Lutron_H48.TP4). This sample file does not support all the features supported by the duet communication module, but instead it supports only a subset and in some cases, simplification assumptions have been made in order to demonstrate a concept.

Overview
Upon a successful upload of the sample Lutron_H48.TP4 file, the main page will be displayed. In the center of this page you will see the title Dimmer Light Adjustment. The sample touch panel file has several secondary pages that can be accessed and several popup messages that will get displayed for information purposes. On this main page, 4 buttons called Setup, Groups, Scenes, and Keypad are found towards the bottom of the page. These buttons will give you access to the Dimmer Address Configuration Screen called Setup, the Group Configuration Screen called Groups, the Scene Configuration Screen called Scenes, and the Keypad Control Screen called Keypad respectively. Each secondary screens functionality is explained below: Setup Screen: By accessing this screen, you will be able to put the Lutron H48 in addressing mode and set the address assigned to a dimmer in your system. This should be done at the time the lighting system is first installed. This screen has 48 buttons for each possible dimmer. The buttons are numbered 1 through 8 and are grouped according to the bus they are part of. There are 6 possible buses, each with 8 possible dimmers for a total of 48 dimmers. By holding down one of these buttons for 3 seconds, you will be able to assign a user friendly label to the dimmer instead of the default numbers. In order to place the Lutron H48 in addressing mode, use the Addressing button. A notification will be displayed on the screen. Once the H48 is in addressing mode, triple tap a dimmer. A message will be displayed on the bottom of this page advising you of the serial number of the triple tap dimmer as a confirmation. At that time select one of the 48 possible dimmer address numbers in order to assign it to the triple tapped dimmer. Make sure the triple tapped dimmer is on the same bus number as the address you want to assign to it. If the bus number is incorrect the assignment will fail. It is recommended that you first set the dimmer address and then custom label it by holding down the button for 3 seconds. To exit the addressing mode, use the Addressing button again. After a successful dimmer address assignment, addressing mode will be terminated automatically.

Groups Screen: By accessing this screen, you will be able to group several dimmers. The sample touch panel will provide you with 2 groups. This page will also give you a method for ramping up or down the group selected.
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This screen has 48 buttons for each possible dimmer. The buttons are numbered 1 through 8 and are grouped according to the bus they are part of. If previously, you have assigned custom labels to your dimmers, the custom label will appear instead of the default number. In order to list the group members select one of the To Group 1 or To Group 2 buttons without touching any of the 48 dimmer address buttons. Limited group editing functionality is available. On this screen you will not be able to delete a group (remove all dimmers from the group) once it has been established. You can only edit it. In order to edit a group, select the group you want to edit by selecting To Group 1 or To Group 2. Once the correct group is highlighted, select the dimmer addresses you want to group and press the same group button you have previously selected and is highlighted. A notification message will be displayed. Be aware that the previous setting for that group will be erased. The Reset button will deselect any highlighted dimmer addresses for the selected group in order for you to start over with the group assignment process. Be aware that this button does not remove any dimmers from the current group selected. If the Reset button is used and then a group is selected, the current group members will be displayed again. The up and down arrow buttons will ramp the selected group. Since several dimmer levels are changed at this time, no feedback can be observed on this page. In order to see the current dimmer level, you must select the dimmer you want to check on the main page.

Scenes Screen: By accessing this screen you will be able to set/review scenes. The sample touch panel file supports up to 4 scenes. Each scene can be specified by a target light intensity as a percentage (0..100%), a fade time up to 1 minute, and a delay time of up to 2 hours. In order to review the settings of a scene, press one of the To Scene buttons and the information will be displayed in the right side text box. The information will include the dimmer number/label, the target intensity, the fade time, and the delay time. In order to set a scene, select the scene you want to set by pressing one of the To Scene buttons. Once the correct scene number is highlighted, select the bus your dimmer is on, and then select the dimmer. Adjust the target intensity, fade time, and delay time as needed, then select the same scene number you have previously selected and is highlighted. A notification message will be displayed and the current scene settings will be displayed on the right. In order to delete a scene, select the scene you want deleted by pressing one of the To Scene buttons, and then the Delete Scene button. There is no method to edit a scene by removing only certain members of the scene. You can only delete the entire scene and start over.

Keypad Screen: By accessing this screen you will be able to turn ON, turn OFF, or Flash the LEDs on any keypad. Since the keypads can be custom programmed, some simple functionality has been implemented as an example.
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The keypad buttons are pre-labeled, and cannot be changed unless you do it manually through TPDesign or by adding Netlinx code. Each button will cycle through led ON, FLASH, and OFF.

Main Screen/Dimmer Screen: This is the screen that comes up after each reboot. On this screen you will be able to turn a specific dimmer ON, OFF, ramp it up/down, or set the dimmer to a specific level (0..100%). In order to set the dimmer to a specific level, press the rectangular looking button that has the level value in it. A popup keypad will be displayed. You will be able to enter a value between 0 and 100.

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