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A Complete Guide to Decora Home Control Components Including Wiring Diagrams and Technical Information Plus Real-Life Applications

for Field Use

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How DHC Components Operate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iiv


Introduction to DHC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .i The DHC Address/Command Signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .iii Typical DHC Specification/Decora Designer Styling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .iv

Receivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R1R7
HCM06-1SW HCM10-1SW HCM06-1DW HCM10-1DW HCM06-1TW HCM10-1TW HCS08-1TW HCS10-1SW HCP03-10W MS00R-10 DPSPE112/212 600 Watt Scene-Capable Dimming Wall Switch Receiver with One-Button Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R1 1000 Watt Scene-Capable Dimming Wall Switch Receiver with One-Button Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . .R1 600 Watt Scene-Capable Dimming Wall Switch Receiver with One-Button Programming and LEDs . . . . .R2 1000 Watt Scene-Capable Dimming Wall Switch Receiver with One-Button Programming and LEDs . . . .R2 600 Watt Scene-Capable Dimming Wall Switch Receiver with One-Button Programming, 2-Way Communication and LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R3 1000 Watt Scene-Capable Dimming Wall Switch Receiver with One-Button Programming, 2-Way Communication and LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R3 8 Amp Scene-Capable ON/OFF Electronic Wall Switch Receiver with One-Button Programming and 2-Way Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R4 10 Amp Scene-Capable Wall Switch Receiver with One-Button Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R5 Scene-Capable Dimming Plug-In Lamp Module with One-Button Programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R6 Multi-Remote Dimming Wall Switch for Multi-Location Scene-Capable Wall Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R7 2000W/2000VA Power Extender Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R7

Receivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R8R12
6383-WI 6291-WI 6293-WI 6294 6371-I 6337 6227 6280 6296/6298 6375/6376 Multi-Location Dimming Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R8 Single-Pole Wall Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R8 3-Way (Multi-Location) Wall Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R8 Remote Wall Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R9 Double-Pole Wall Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R9 Universal Low-Voltage Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R10 Split Duplex Receptacle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R11 Duplex Receptacle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R11 Single Receptacles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R11 Fixture Relay Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .R12

Controllers featuring 2-Way Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C1C5


HCCPG-1TW HCC10-1TW HCC1A-1TW HCC1D-1TW HCC2D-1TW HCC3D-1TW HCC4D-1TW HCC4A-1TW HCCS7-1TW DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C1 One-Address ON/OFF Wall Switch Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C2 ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF Wall Switch Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C2 One-Address Dimming Wall Switch Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C3 Two-Address Dimming Wall Switch Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C4 Three-Address Dimming Wall Switch Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C4 Four-Address Dimming Wall Switch Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C4 Three-Address Dimming, ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF Wall Switch Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C4 Seven-Scene Dimming Wall Switch Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C5

Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C6C9
16400 16450 6312 6320 6313 6314-W 6332 6417 Uni-Base Wall Mounted Controller Body for 16450 Controller Faces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C6 Uni-Base Controller Faces with Scene Control Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C6 Basic Wall-Mounted Programmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C7 Table Top Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C7 Hand-Held Remote Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C8 Remote Transceiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C8 Wireless Key Chain Remote Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C8 Passive Infrared Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .C9

Note: Because Leviton engages in a continuous program of product improvement, data in this catalog is subject to change without notice.
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Network Integrity Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . N1N2


HCA02-10E 6201 51120-1 51120-3 51120-3R 51120-PTC System Amplifier Module (HCS/HCM/HCC Series) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .N1 System Amplifier Module (16400/16450 Series) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .N1 Panel-Mounted Surge Protective Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .N1 Panel-Mounted Surge Protective Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .N2 Panel-Mounted Surge Protective Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .N2 Panel-Mounted Surge Protective Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .N2

Ancillary DHC Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A1


6284 6285 6287 6288 6289 Multi-Phase Blocking Coupler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A1 Signal Attenuator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A1 Noise Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A1 Plug-In Noise Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A1 In-Line Noise Reducer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A1

Product Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PT1


6386 Signal Strength Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PT1

DHC Trouble-Shooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TS1TS9


Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TS1-TS2 Troubleshooting Procedure Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TS3 Checklist Procedures/Necessary Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TS4 Confirming the Operation of Transmitters and Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TS5-TS7 Ensuring Signal Quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TS7-TS8 Electronic Noise Interference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .TS8-TS9

DHC Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .AP1-AP12


DHC Suggested Application Layouts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .AP1-AP12

Technical Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T1T15


Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T1-T8 Dimensional Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .T9-T15

DHC Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Inside Back Cover

INTRODUCTION TO DHC

Decora Home Controls


Providing automated control of mood-setting lighting scenes (macros), time-set On-Off lighting control and automated appliance control, while allowing manual control with no adverse effects on programming.

Levitons Decora Home Controls powerline carrier components can provide any home with programmed or manual remote control of lighting and appliances. DHC controllers and receivers can be integrated on a large scale to provide a full range of home automation benefits, while offering economical alternatives to many difficult AC wiring applications. Decora Home Controls offer maximum flexibility because controller and receiver units use the homes existing AC wiring as the basis for a powerful control network. Switching signals are sent

throughout the network in response to user-devised programs, manual control or remote sensor input. Components are as easy to install as standard switches and receptacles. They are designed, manufactured and tested to meet high performance standards and are backed by Levitons Limited Two-Year Warranty. This manual presents a complete guide to Decora Home Controls (DHC) components including wiring diagrams and technical information, plus real-life applications for field use.

DECORA HOME CONTROLS TECHNICAL AND APPLICATIONS MANUAL

How DHC Components Operate


The DHC System
Decora Home Controls (DHC) work together as a communications network. DHC Programmers and Controllers are the Transmitters in this network. They are installed at locations in the home convenient for their designated use. All TRANSMITTERS send a unique coded command signal throughout the homes existing AC wiring, which links the entire network together. DHC Switch, Fixture and Receptacle Modules, which act as RECEIVERS in the network, are installed in place of standard switches, outlets and dimmers at key locations throughout the home.

The Code Wheels on DHC Wall Switch Modules are located beneath the switch plate. To remove the switch plate, gently pry it off with a small screwdriver (see Figure 2). The Code Wheels on DHC Wall Mounted Transmitters are located beneath the keypad. To remove the keypad, simply pull it off the transmitter body. For Cat. Nos. HCM06/10 Series Receivers only with onebutton programming, set their address by using a small pointed object (e.g., small screwdriver) to depress and hold the Minimum Brightness Level/Program Switch until the ON/OFF LED flashes. The unit is now ready to accept a DHC code. At a DHC single controller, verify code setting to be learned and press upper rocker. The dimmer will now accept and memorize code. (Refer to Figure 3) Figure 3 One-Button Programming Receiver

The DHC Address


The system communicates via preset addresses set on CONTROLLERS and RECEIVERS (dimmers, switches and receptacles). An address consists of one letter code from A-P and one number code from 1-16. Typical addresses are A-4, C-6, J-12. There are 256 letter-number combinations available for use as system addresses. Each unit must be set (programmed) to allow it to communicate with devices in the Home Controls System. This is accomplished by setting a controllers transmit code to correspond with the address settings of the receivers to be controlled in the system it is installed in. Program as follows: The system address is set at each RECEIVER or CONTROLLER by turning the arrow on the red dial to the desired letter, or HOUSE CODE, and the arrow on the black dial to the desired number, or NUMBER CODE (see Figure 1). A small screwdriver is required for this procedure. Figure 1

Large Upper Rocker

Minimum Brightness Level/Program Switch

Large Lower Rocker

Air Gap Switch Lever

ON/OFF and Program LED

A M I E

CODE PLATE 13

1 5 9

On a multi-button controller, verify base code then press the appropriate ON button of row desired. The dimmer will accept and memorize the appropriate code for that button. For Cat. No. HCCxx Controllers only, the system address* (HOUSE CODE AND NUMBER CODE) is set by removing the front face of the device, pressing the PROGRAM BUTTON and pressing the buttons next to the corresponding LEDs to turn the appropriate LEDs ON as indicated in the HOUSE and UNIT CODE SETTINGS chart (See Figure 4). Pressing the PROGRAM BUTTON again activates your settings. Figure 4
Unit Code Settings (number)
INDICATES LEDON, INDICATES LEDOFF

RED HOUSE CODE DIAL

BLACK NUMBER CODE DIAL

House Code Settings (letter)


INDICATES LEDON, INDICATES LEDOFF

1-16

A-P
SEE LABELS FOR CODES

Figure 2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

C D

E F

G H I

M N O P

LED's
1 13 9 A M E 5

Row not used for Programming Program Button

PROGRAM

Address Programming Buttons

*Note: On Cat. No. HCCxx multi-button controllers, the first (most upper) ON/OFF buttons will control a device set to its code (e.g., A5). The next lower row and consecutive row of buttons will control devices with sequential code settings (e.g., 1st row A5 (device code), 2nd row A6, 3rd and 4th row (if equipped), A7 and A8.

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The DHC Scene


A scene is a collection of preset levels across a number of different DHC addresses. Scenes are a convenience to the homeowner, especially in larger homes where many loads on the same house code can now be controlled from a single location with a single key-press. So, for example, devices on addresses A1-A16 can be made to go to some predetermined level(s) with a single key-press. Originally, scenes were designed to increase the reliability of a home controls system where typically macros had previously been used. They offer increased reliability in three ways. First, Leviton Scene Controls are a distributed system. They are not prone to the failure of any one particular component or circuit breaker as with a macro controller. Second, scenes give an immediate response. They use a single command, are simpler and are inherently more reliable. Third, exclusive Intellisense Technology gives extra support to scene commands in a DHC system. Each Scene Capable DHC Receiver can learn up to 64 scenes on each house code. The HCCS7-1TW Scene Controller can control up to seven of these scenes. The DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer can access all the scenes. The DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer can also generate macros and span scenes across more than one house code. Scene Programming (Cat. No. HCCS7-1TW Scene Controller) For Cat. No. HCCS7-1TW Scene Controller only, after setting the system address, to set a scene, simply press and hold a SCENE BUTTON to be programmed for five seconds, adjust light levels on all controlled Scene-Capable Receivers and press the SCENE BUTTON again to end programming. Figure 5
Frame

The DHC Command Signal


When activated, either manually or automatically in response to a user-programmed schedule, DHC CONTROLLERS send a 5-volt, 121 kHz series of pulses, called the command signal, at the zero crossing of the 60 cycle AC power curve (see Figure 6). CONTROLLERS then repeat the command a second time for added assurance. By timing the coded transmission so that it appears in the zero crossing position, the integrity of the command signal is protected from possible interference by AC line disturbances. Figure 6

Sending and receiving signal

120 kHz

SINE WAVE WITH 120 KHZ SUPERIMPOSED

The command signal contains a specific address code and a performance function code (ON, OFF, DIM, BRIGHTEN, ALL LIGHTS ON, ALL OFF). DHC CONTROLLERS can send command signals to all or just a selected group of system addresses, depending on the particular model (see PRODUCT LISTING section for details). All Wall Mounted Controllers will retain command signal transmission if a command from another controller is in progress on the AC power lines. When the line becomes clear, the wall units will then transmit. All DHC RECEIVERS monitor the AC power line constantly, listening for a command signal. When one or a group of RECEIVERS hears its specific address, it responds by performing the designated dimming or switching function. The command signal can travel a considerable distance and still activate a RECEIVER, if no electrical loads generating interference are present to dissipate the signal strength.

Strap Snaps Push in 2 Locations

Cat No. HCCS7-1TW

No more than 4 Controllers should be on the same AC branch circuit, since this can reduce signal strength considerably. (Modules featuring Levitons exclusive Intellisense Technology enjoy reduced line noise interference without compromising system sensitivity and operate with maximum reliability.) To ensure that no signal crossover takes place between neighboring DHC installations, dwellings that share the same secondary feed from the utility company should use different House Codes to prevent interference. Other special situations that may distort or block the signal are discussed at length in the Troubleshooting Guide section.

Unit Code Settings (number)


INDICATES LEDON, INDICATES LEDOFF

House Code Settings (letter)


INDICATES LEDON, INDICATES LEDOFF

1-16

A-P
SEE LABELS FOR CODES

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

C D

E F

G H I

M N O P

LED's Row not used for Programming Program Button


PROGRAM

Address Programming Buttons

Cat. No. HCCS7-1TW

Note: Always follow closely the wiring diagrams and instructions included with each Leviton DHC device.

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DHC Receivers feature Intellisense for superior system reliability and top performance
Levitons DHC offers unmatched versatility because it uses a homes existing AC wiring as its communications network for command signals. But every home has some electrical noise on the AC lines that can cause interference with command signal reception. Thats why Leviton DHC receivers have been equipped with special circuitry called Intellisense Technology (gated automatic gain control). Intellisense provides DHC receivers with outstanding noise immunity during the critical zero crossing interval of the 60Hz sine wave. This is the signal window where command signals are sent, and its also the point where the receivers could be disrupted by electrical interference. Some receivers from other manufacturers have a less sophisticated non-gated form of automatic gain control that can cause a loss of sensitivity to command signals while trying to eliminate noise interference. Only Leviton DHC receivers have Intellisense which eliminates sensitivity to noise without reducing sensitivity to command signals. The diagrams on this page show how Leviton DHC receivers with Intellisense operate. Figure A shows a receiver without any type of automatic gain control. Noise appears in the signal window, disrupting the command signal. Figure B shows the non-gated automatic gain control used by some manufacturers. To solve the problem of noise interference, sensitivity is reduced to the point where the receiver may not pick up the command signals. Figure C shows Levitons Intellisense at work. The sensitivity is adjusted the right amount to eliminate noise interference while still picking up the command signal. Levitons Intellisense is so effective at reducing noise interference and providing enhanced command signal performance and reliability that it was awarded the 1998 Home Automation Association Technology Award.

Signal Window

Signal Window
Receiver sensitivity without any AGC

Command Signal is picked up

Noise reaches sensitivity level and is picked up

Figure A
Signal Window Signal Window

Receiver sensitivity with non-gated AGC

Figure B

Command Signal does not reach sensitivity level and is not picked up

High noise level outside signal window effects sensitivity level

Noise is not picked up

Signal Window

Signal Window
Receiver sensitivity with Intellisense gated AGC

Figure C

Command Signal is picked up

Gated AGC ignores High noise levels outside signal window

Noise is not picked up

low-voltage lighting shall be carried out using appropriate Switch Module Receivers and Transmitters capable of sending DIM/BRIGHT commands. Wall Mounted Programmers shall allow automatic scheduling of desired loads and provide for backup for program and macro scheduling in the event of a power interruption.

Typical specifications for Decora Home Controls


Manual and/or automatic remote control of loads shall be with Levitons Decora Home Controls, giving ON/OFF switching control of lights and appliances and full range dimming of incandescent and low-voltage lighting loads from one or more locations. Control signal transmission shall be through existing 60 Hz AC wiring. Control signals are superimposed on the 60 Hz AC power curve as a digitally encoded five volt 121 kHz signal. To eliminate interference and help insure reliable transmissions, control signals shall be transmitted starting within 200 microseconds from the zero crossing of the 60 Hz power curve and finishing within 1000 microseconds from the zero crossing. The message is then repeated for good transmission. The DHC system shall operate on 120/240V residential power supplies. The DHC Receivers shall be equipped with Levitons Intellisense Technology (gated automatic gain control) to reduce line noise interference while enhancing command signal reception and overall system performance and reliability. Each Programmer and Controller shall operate designated Receiver Modules, alone or in groups at up to 16 different addresses. Dimming of all controlled incandescent and/or

Decora Designer Line


Levitons Decora line of designer-styled wiring devices is the perfect complement to the advanced technology of DHC components. Since DHC Wall Controllers and Wall Switch and Receptacle Receiver modules are designed for use with Decora-style wallplates, any installation featuring DHC can be further enhanced by incorporating the wide variety of colors and finishes that Decora offers. This includes Mahogany, Almond, Ivory, White, Ebony and Gray. Metallic wallplate finishes include satin brass, brushed brass, aluminum and stainless steel. Available in standard and snap-on, screwless variations.

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DHC RECEIVERS
Leviton offers a wide variety of DHC receivers, including wall-mounted switches, dimmers and receptacles; plug-in, fixture-mounted, and universal low-voltage modules. All wall-mounted receivers fit in standard wallboxes and easily replace regular devices. These DHC receivers feature Intellisense Technology, Levitons exclusive built-in automatic gain control that reduces noise interference without reducing allimportant receiver sensitivity. Intellisense provides the most reliable performance of any powerline carrier home automation products available today reducing the need for callbacks and increasing customer satisfaction. Wall-mounted receivers also feature popular Decora styling that coordinates with Levitons entire line of Decora designer-styled devices. DHC easy-to-install fixture modules are specially designed to incorporate plug-in lamps and light fixtures into the control network. The Universal Low-Voltage receiver module can bring DHC automation to sprinkler systems, skylight closures, motorized window blinds or shutters, heating systems, garage door openers and other motor loads.

RECEIVERS

NEW FROM LEVITON

Receivers

with One-Button Programming DHC Receivers

DESCRIPTION

CATALOG NO.

Features & Benefits


New one-button programming through address capturing for easy programming Provide Scene Control capability when used with DHC Scene Controller HCCS7-1TW or HCCPG-1TW DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer for varying function and mood lighting schemes in living rooms, home theaters and other rooms at the touch of a button. Also backward compatible with 16400/16450-S and 16400/16450-SD DHC Scene Controllers Soft ON/Fade OFF feature for smooth increasing and lowering of brightness levels; extended bulb life Preset feature turns lights ON at last selected brightness level; eliminates the need to readjust settings each time dimmer is switched ON Fit in standard wall boxes and replace regular switches to provide manual and remote ON/OFF switching, full range dimming and Scene Lighting Control Protected memory maintains light levels during minor power fluctuations Features Levitons Intellisense Technology (gated automatic gain control) which adjusts receiver sensitivity to help eliminate signal problems due to line noise Use existing 60Hz 120V AC house wiring to add multi-location switching without resorting to complicated and costly conventional wiring means Double tap to top of rocker switch brings light to full output without affecting preset levels Neutral connection should be used whenever possible but not required for incandescent loads. True Decora-style operationpush top of rocker to brighten; bottom to dim Programmable in 1% increments to customize any number of lighting scenes (Requires use of separate software module) True Decora styling coordinates with Levitons Decora line of designerwiring devices All devices are UL Listed (File #E313173), CSA Certified (File #LR 3413) and NOM Certified (#057) Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty

Single-pole (one location) or 3-way (multilocation) Decora Home Controls (DHC) 600 and 1000-Watt Scene-Capable Dimming Wall Switch Receivers with One-Button Programming Provide one-button programming through address capturing. Provide manual and remote ON/OFF switching and full range dimming for larger incandescent and magnetic low-voltage lighting loads such as chandeliers and multiple high-hats. Provide Scene Control capability when used with DHC Scene Controller HCCS7-1TW and HCCPG-1TW DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer. Also backward compatible with 16400/16450-S and 16400/16450-SD DHC Scene Controllers. Provide multi-station manual and remote ON/OFF switching and full range dimming when used with Cat. No. MS00R-10 Multi-Remote Unit. Equipped with Leviton's exclusive Intellisense Technology for the utmost in reliability, even where electrical noise exists on the power line. Packed with Ivory and White snap-on Rocker and Frame Kits. Kits for other colors must be purchased separately. (See Chart) Responds to ON, OFF, DIM, BRIGHT, ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF and SCENE LIGHTING commands. Cat. No. HCM06-1SW Rated: 120V 60Hz, 600W Incandescent, 600VA (450W) Magnetic Low-Voltage Lighting Cat. No. HCM10-1SW Rated: 120V 60Hz, 1000W Incandescent, 1000VA (750W) Magnetic Low-Voltage Lighting

HCM06-1SW and HCM10-1SW in 80301-W

As with every dimmer, derating for multiple gang installations is required. Dimensional drawings on p. T9 Wiring diagrams on p. T1

Color Change Kits for HCM06-1SW and HCM10-1SW


Cat. No. Mahogany Cat. No. Ivory Cat. No. White Cat. No. Gray Cat. No. Almond Cat. No. Black

DRK0D-1LI DRK0D-1LW DRK0D-1LG DRK0D-1LA DRK0D-1LE

A Cat. No. HCA02-10E DHC System Amplifier Module must be installed in all panels in every DHC installation to ensure adequate signal strength.

Use with Leviton DPSPE-112 Power Extender to extend120V load capacity to 2000W/2000VA for incandescent, magnetic low-voltage and 120V Advance Mark X fluorescent dimming ballasts. Use with Leviton DPSPE-212 Power Extender to extend120V load capacity to 2000W/2000VA for Mark VII and OSRAM Sylvania Quicktronic Helios fluorescent dimming ballasts.

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RECEIVERS

NEW FROM LEVITON

with One-Button Programming & LED Locator and Brightness Display DHC Receivers

DESCRIPTION

CATALOG NO.

Features & Benefits


New one-button programming through address capturing for easy programming Provide Scene Control capability when used with DHC Scene Controller HCCS7-1TW or HCCPG-1TW DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer for varying function and mood lighting schemes at the touch of a button. Also backward compatible with 16400/16450-S and 16400/16450-SD DHC Scene Controllers Soft ON/Fade OFF feature for smooth increasing and lowering of brightness levels; extended bulb life Preset feature turns lights ON at last selected brightness level; eliminates the need to readjust settings each time dimmer is switched ON Square green LED display alongside rocker indicates selected brightness level Locator LED illuminates when lights are OFF Fit in standard wall boxes and replace regular switches to provide manual and remote ON/OFF switching, full range dimming and Scene Lighting Control Protected memory maintains light levels during minor power fluctuations Features Leviton's Intellisense Technology (gated automatic gain control) which adjusts receiver sensitivity to help eliminate signal problems due to line noise Use existing 60Hz 120V AC house wiring to add multi-location switching without resorting to complicated and costly conventional wiring means Double tap to top of rocker switch brings light to full output without affecting preset levels Neutral connection should be used whenever possible but not required for incandescent loads. True Decora-style operationpush top of rocker to brighten; bottom to dim Programmable in 1% increments to customize any number of lighting scenes (Requires use of separate software module) True Decora styling coordinates with Levitons Decora line of designer wiring devices All devices are UL Listed (File #E313173), CSA Certified (File #LR 3413) and NOM Certified (#057) Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty

Single-pole (one location) or 3-way (multilocation) Decora Home Controls (DHC) 600 and 1000-Watt Scene-Capable Dimming Wall Switch Receivers with One-Button Programming and LED Locator and Brightness Display Provide one-button programming through address capturing. Provide manual and remote ON/OFF switching and full range dimming for larger incandescent and magnetic low-voltage lighting loads such as chandeliers and multiple high-hats. Provide Scene Control capability when used with DHC Scene Controller HCCS7-1TW and HCCPG-1TW DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer. Also backward compatible with 16400/16450-S and 16400/16450-SD DHC Scene Controllers. Provide multi-station manual and remote ON/OFF switching and full range dimming when used with Cat. No. MS00R-10 Multi-Remote Unit. Equipped with Leviton's exclusive Intellisense Technology advanced circuitry for the utmost in reliability, even where electrical noise exists on the power line. Packed with Ivory and White snap-on Rocker and Frame Kits. Kits for other colors must be purchased separately. (See Chart) Responds to ON, OFF, DIM, BRIGHT, ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF and SCENE LIGHTING commands. Cat. No. HCM06-1DW Rated: 120V 60Hz, 600W Incandescent, 600VA (450W) Magnetic Low-Voltage Lighting Cat. No. HCM10-1DW Rated: 120V 60Hz, 1000W Incandescent, 1000VA (750W) Magnetic Low-Voltage Lighting

HCM06-1DW, HCM10-1DW in 80301-W

As with every dimmer, derating for multiple gang installations is required. Dimensional drawings on p. T9 Wiring diagrams on p. T1

Color Change Kits for HCM06-1DW and HCM10-1DW


Cat. No. Mahogany Cat. No. Ivory Cat. No. White Cat. No. Gray Cat. No. Almond Cat. No. Black

DRKDD-1LI DRKDD-1LW DRKDD-1LG DRKDD-1LA DRKDD-1LE

A Cat. No. HCA02-10E DHC System Amplifier Module must be installed in all panels in every DHC installation to ensure adequate signal strength.

Use with Leviton DPSPE-112 Power Extender to extend120V load capacity to 2000W/2000VA for incandescent, magnetic low-voltage and 120V Advance Mark X fluorescent dimming ballasts. Use with Leviton DPSPE-212 Power Extender to extend120V load capacity to 2000W/2000VA for Mark VII and OSRAM Sylvania Quicktronic Helios fluorescent dimming ballasts.

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RECEIVERS

NEW FROM LEVITON

Receivers

with One-Button Programming, 2-Way Communication & LED Locator and Brightness Display DHC Receivers

DESCRIPTION

CATALOG NO.

Features & Benefits


2-Way status reporting to status-tracking-capable controllers and programmers registers status changes when manually changed locally (Example: DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer) New one-button programming through address capturing for easier programming Provides Scene Control capability when used with DHC Scene Controller HCCS7-1TW or HCCPG-1TW DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer for varying function and mood lighting schemes in living rooms, dinning rooms and other rooms at the touch of a button. Also backward compatible with 16400/16450-S and 16400/16450-SD DHC Scene Controllers Soft ON/Fade OFF feature for smooth increasing and lowering of brightness levels; extended bulb life Preset feature turns lights ON at last selected brightness level; eliminates the need to readjust settings each time dimmer is switched ON Square green LED display alongside rocker indicates selected brightness level Locator LED illuminates when lights are OFF Single-pole applications ONLY Fit in standard wall boxes and replace regular switches to provide manual and remote ON/OFF switching, full range dimming and Scene Lighting Control Protected memory maintains light levels during minor power fluctuations Features Leviton's Intellisense Technology (gated automatic gain control) which adjusts receiver sensitivity to help eliminate signal problems due to line noise Use existing 60Hz 120V AC house wiring to add multi-location switching without resorting to complicated and costly conventional wiring means Double tap to top of rocker switch brings light to full output without affecting preset levels Neutral connection required. True Decora-style operationpush top of rocker to brighten; bottom to dim Programmable in 1% increments to customize any number of lighting scenes (Requires use of separate software module) Decora styled to coordinate with Levitons Decora line of designer wiring devices All devices are UL Listed (File #E313173), CSA Certified (File #LR 3413) and NOM Certified (#057) Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty

Decora Home Controls (DHC) 600 and 1000-Watt Scene-Capable Dimming Wall Switch Receivers with One-Button Programming, 2-Way Communication, and LED Locator and Brightness Display Provide one-button programming through address capturing. Two-way status reporting to status-tracking-capable controllers and programmers (Example: DHC Toscana Programmer). Single-pole (one location) Provide manual and remote ON/OFF switching and full range dimming for larger incandescent and magnetic low-voltage lighting loads such as chandeliers and multiple high-hats. Provide Scene Control capability when used with DHC Scene Controller HCCS7-1TW and HCCPG-1TW DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer. Also backward compatible with 16400/16450-S and 16400/16450-SD DHC Scene Controllers for scene control only (Not 2-way communication). Single-Pole applications ONLY. Unit equipped with Leviton's exclusive Intellisense Technology advanced circuitry for the utmost in reliability, even where electrical noise exists on the power line. Packed with Ivory and White snap-on Rocker and Frame Kits. Kits for other colors must be purchased separately. (See Chart) Responds to ON, OFF, DIM, BRIGHT, ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF and SCENE LIGHTING commands. Cat. No. HCM06-1TW Rated: 120V 60Hz, 600W Incandescent, 600VA (450W) Magnetic Low-Voltage Lighting Cat. No. HCM10-1TW Rated: 120V 60Hz, 1000W Incandescent, 1000VA (750W) Magnetic Low-Voltage Lighting

HCM06-1TW, HCM10-1TW in 80301-W

As with every dimmer, derating for multiple gang installations is required. Dimensional drawings on p. T9 Wiring diagrams on p. T1

Color Change Kits for HCM06-1TW and HCM10-1TW


Cat. No. Mahogany Cat. No. Ivory Cat. No. White Cat. No. Gray Cat. No. Almond Cat. No. Black

DRKDD-1LI DRKDD-1LW DRKDD-1LG DRKDD-1LA DRKDD-1LE

A Cat. No. HCA02-10E DHC System Amplifier Module must be installed in all panels in every DHC installation to ensure adequate signal strength.

Use with Leviton DPSPE-112 Power Extender to extend120V load capacity to 2000W/2000VA for incandescent, magnetic low-voltage and 120V Advance Mark X fluorescent dimming ballasts. Use with Leviton DPSPE-212 Power Extender to extend120V load capacity to 2000W/2000VA for Mark VII and OSRAM Sylvania Quicktronic Helios fluorescent dimming ballasts.

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RECEIVERS

NEW FROM LEVITON

with One-Button Programming & 2-Way Communication DHC Receivers

DESCRIPTION

CATALOG NO.

Single-pole (one location) Decora Home Controls (DHC) 8 Amp Scene Capable Electronic Wall Switch Receiver with One-Button Programming and 2-Way Communication Provides manual and remote ON/OFF switching for larger incandescent, fluorescent, compact fluorescent and magnetic low-voltage lighting loads such as chandeliers and multiple high-hats. Provides one-button programming through address capturing. Provides Scene Control capability when used with DHC Scene Controller HCCS7-1TW and HCCPG1TW DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer. It is also backward compatible with 16400/16450-S and 16400/16450-SD DHC Scene Controllers. Single-Pole applications ONLY. Equipped with Leviton's Intellisense Technology advanced circuitry for the utmost in performance and reliability, even where electrical noise exists on the power line. Packed with Ivory and White snap-on Rocker and Frame Kits. Kits for other colors must be purchased separately. (See Chart) Responds to ON, OFF, ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF and SCENE LIGHTING commands. Rated: 120V 60Hz, 1000W Incandescent, 1000VA Fluorescent and Magnetic Low-Voltage Lighting ONLY Features & Benefits
2-Way status reporting to status-tracking-capable controllers and programmers registers status changes when manually changed locally (Example: DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer) New one-button programming through address capturing for easier programming Provides Scene Control capability when used with DHC Scene Controller HCCS7-1TW or HCCPG-1TW DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer for varying function and mood lighting schemes in living rooms, dinning rooms and other rooms at the touch of a button. Also backward compatible with 16400/16450-S and 16400/16450-SD DHC Scene Controllers Fit in standard wall boxes and replace regular switches to provide manual and remote ON/OFF switching and Scene Lighting Control Features Leviton's Intellisense Technology (gated automatic gain control) which adjusts receiver sensitivity to help eliminate signal problems due to line noise Use existing 60Hz 120V AC house wiring to add multi-location switching without resorting to complicated and costly conventional wiring means Can be used for single-pole lighting control applications ONLY Neutral connection required Packed with Ivory and White snap-on rocker/frame kits; optional snap-on rocker/frame color kits sold separately Decora styled to coordinate with Levitons Decora designer line of wiring devices All devices are UL Listed (File #E313173), CSA Certified (File #LR 3413) and NOM Certified (#057) Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty

HCS08-1TW in 80301-W

As with every dimmer, derating for multiple gang installations is required. Dimensional drawings on p. T9 Wiring diagrams on p. T1-T2

Color Change Kits for HCS08-1TW


Cat. No. Mahogany Cat. No. Ivory Cat. No. White Cat. No. Gray Cat. No. Almond Cat. No. Black

DRK0D-1LI DRK0D-1LW DRK0D-1LG DRK0D-1LA DRK0D-1LE

A Cat. No. HCA02-10E DHC System Amplifier Module must be installed in all panels in every DHC installation to ensure adequate signal strength.

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Receivers

RECEIVERS

NEW FROM LEVITON

Receivers

with One-Button Programming DHC Receivers

DESCRIPTION

CATALOG NO.

Features & Benefits


New one-button programming through address capturing for easier programming Fits in standard wall boxes and replace regular switches to provide manual and remote ON/OFF switching and Scene Lighting Control Provides Scene Control capability when used with DHC Scene Controller HCCS7-1TW or HCCPG-1TW DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer for varying function and mood lighting schemes in living rooms, home theaters and other rooms at the touch of a button. Also backward compatible with 16400/16450-S and 16400/16450-SD DHC Scene Controllers Features Leviton's exclusive Intellisense Technology (gated automatic gain control) which adjusts receiver sensitivity to help eliminate signal problems due to line noise Use existing 60Hz 120V AC house wiring to add multi-location switching without resorting to complicated and costly conventional wiring means Can be used for single-pole as well as three-way (multi-location) applications Neutral connection required Packed with Ivory and White snap-on rocker/frame kits; optional snapon rocker/frame color kits sold separately True Decora styling coordinates with Levitons Decora designer line of wiring devices All devices are UL Listed (File #E313173), CSA Certified (File #LR 3413) and NOM Certified (#057) Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty

Single-pole (one location) or 3-way (multi-location) Decora Home Controls (DHC) 10 Amp Scene Capable Wall Switch Receiver with One-Button Programming Provides manual and remote ON/OFF switching for larger incandescent, fluorescent and magnetic lowvoltage lighting loads such as chandeliers and multiple high-hats. Provides one-button programming through address capturing. Provides Scene Control capability when used with DHC Scene Controller HCCS7-1TW and HCCPG-1TW DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer. It is also backward compatible with 16400/16450-S and 16400/16450-SD DHC Scene Controllers. Also provides multi-station manual and remote ON/OFF switching when used with Cat. No. MS00R-10 Multi-Remote Unit. Equipped with Levitons Intellisense Technology advanced circuitry for the utmost in performance and reliability, even where electrical noise exists on the power line. Packed with Ivory and White snap-on Rocker and Frame Kits. Kits for other colors must be purchased separately. (See Chart) Responds to ON, OFF, ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF and SCENE LIGHTING commands. Rated: 120V 60Hz, 1200W Incandescent, 1200VA (900W) Fluorescent and Magnetic LowVoltage Lighting, 10 Amp Inductive, 1/4 HP

HCS10-1SW in 80301-W

*Note: When using MS00R-10 Multi-Remote Unit in 3-way or higher applications, blue wire of MS00R-10 must be connected to neutral Dimensional drawings on p. T9 Wiring diagrams on p. T2

Color Change Kits for HCS10-1SW


Cat. No. Mahogany Cat. No. Ivory Cat. No. White Cat. No. Gray Cat. No. Almond Cat. No. Black

DRK0S-0LI DRK0S-0LW DRK0S-0LG DRK0S-0LA DRK0S-0LE

A Cat. No. HCA02-10E DHC System Amplifier Module must be installed in all panels in every DHC installation to ensure adequate signal strength.

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RECEIVERS

NEW FROM LEVITON

with One-Button Programming DHC Receivers

DESCRIPTION

CATALOG NO.

Decora Home Controls (DHC) Scene-Capable Dimming Plug-In Lamp Module with One-Button Programming Provides one-button programming through address capturing. Provides manual and remote ON/OFF switching and remote full-range dimming for plug-in incandescent lamps. No wiring necessary; plugs into 15 Amp AC outlet. Allows local control of any lamp plugged into it. Available in White (-W) only. Provides Scene Control capability when used with DHC Scene Controller HCCS7-1TW and HCCPG-1TW DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer. Also backward compatible with 16400/16450-S and 16400/16450-SD DHC Scene Controllers. Equipped with Leviton's Intellisense Technology advanced circuitry for the utmost in reliability, even where electrical noise exists on the power line. Responds to ON, OFF, DIM, BRIGHT, ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF and SCENE LIGHTING commands. Rated: 120V 60Hz, 300W Incandescent

HCP03-10W

A Cat. No. HCA02-10E DHC System Amplifier Module must be installed in all panels in every DHC installation to ensure adequate signal strength.

Features & Benefits


New one-button programming through address capturing for easy programming Plug-in Lamp Module adds convenience of remote ON/OFF and DIM/BRIGHT DHC switching capability to plug-in incandescent lamps Provide Scene Control capability when used with DHC Scene Controller HCCS7-1TW or HCCPG-1TW DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer for varying function and mood lighting schemes in living rooms, home theaters and other rooms at the touch of a button. Also backward compatible with 16400/16450-S and 16400/16450-SD DHC Scene Controllers Soft ON/Fade OFF feature for smooth increasing and lowering of brightness levels; extended bulb life Preset feature turns lights ON at last selected brightness level; eliminates the need to readjust settings each time dimmer is switched ON Protected memory maintains light levels during minor power fluctuations Features Leviton's Intellisense Technology (gated automatic gain control) which adjusts receiver sensitivity to help eliminate signal problems due to line noise Use existing 60Hz 120V AC house wiring to add multi-location switching without resorting to complicated and costly conventional wiring means Modules are backward compatible with 16400/450-S and 16400/450-SD DHC Scene Controllers Programmable in 1% increments to customize any number of lighting scenes (Requires use of separate software module) All devices are UL Listed (File #E313173), CSA Certified (File #LR 3413) and NOM Certified (#057) Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty

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Receivers

RECEIVERS

DHC Receivers

Receivers

DESCRIPTION Multi-Remote Dimming Switch This unit is only for use with DHC Cat. Nos. HCM06/10-1SW, HCM06/10-1DW, and HCS10-1SW Multi-Location Switches with Scene Capability as a remote switch. The MS00R-10 provides ON/OFF and DIM/BRIGHT 3-Way, 4-Way and higher-level control in conjunction with these units (Note: HCS10-1SW Switch does not provide DIM/BRIGHT control). The MS00R-10 cannot be used for any other purpose in the DHC network. Available in Ivory (-10I), White (-10W), and Almond (-10A). Kits for other colors must be purchased separately (See Chart). No Load RatingFor use with HCM06/10-1SW, HCM06/10-1DW, and HCS10-1SW Switches with Scene Control Capability, still compatible with 16383, 6343 and 16293.

CATALOG NO.

MS00R-10 in 80301-W

DPS Power Extender This unit extends the power handling capacity of any DHC Dimming Wall Switch Receiver allowing a total load capacity of up to 2000W/2000VA. It is fed by one 20-ampere power circuit from a circuit breaker in a lighting control panel and does not have to be on the same phase DHC Dimming Wall Switch. This unit will drive incandescent/tungsten loads, low-voltage step-down transformers and the Advance Mark X series of ballasts. The DPSPE-112 has an adjustable low-light limit setting that is required for ballasts and a contactor for positive OFF of the ballast when the system is OFF or when the control channel in the Master unit is set to zero. Rated: 120V 2000W/2000VA Total Capacity Note: The DPSPE-112 Power Extender can also be used to extend the load capacity of any 120V Leviton boxmounted dimmer. DPS Power Extender Same operation as DPSPE-112, except unit is designed to drive non-dimmed loads and fluorescent dimming ballasts that require zero to +10VDC control signals such as the OSRAM Sylvania Quicktronic Helios, Advance Mark VII, and MagneTek Ballastar series. The DPSPE-212 also features a variable 120-Volt output to drive the Hi-Lume and ECO-10 series of ballasts. The DPSPE-212 has an ON/OFF contactor for positive OFF of the ballast when the system is OFF or when the control channel in the Master unit is set to zero. Rated: 120V 2000W/2000VA Total Capacity Note: The DPSPE-212 Power Extender can also be used to extend the load capacity of any 120V Leviton boxmounted dimmer. Power extenders are approximately 5.00" (127.0 mm) x 5.43" (137.9 mm) x 1" (25.4 mm) deep.
Dimensional drawings on p. T9 (MS00R-10); T11 (DPSPE) Wiring diagrams on p. T2 (MS00R-10); T4 (DPSPE 112/212)

DPSPE-112

DPSPE-212

Color Change Kits for MS00R-10 Switch


Cat. No. Mahogany Cat. No. Ivory Cat. No. White Cat. No. Gray Cat. No. Almond Cat. No. Black

Features & Benefits


Multi-Remote Unit adds multi-location capability to dimmer and switch receivers MS00R-10 fits in standard wallboxes to replace regular switches Levitons exclusive Intellisense Technology virtually eliminates command signal problems due to line noise True Decora styling coordinates with Levitons Decora line of wiring devices Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty 2000 Watt DPSPE Dimming Modules control heavy loads, including entire circuits

DRK0R-00I DRK0R-00W DRK0R-00G DRK0R-00A DRK0R-00E

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DHC Receivers
DESCRIPTION CATALOG NO. 3-Way (Multi-Location) Incandescent Dimming Switch Provides multi-station manual and remote ON/OFF switching and full range dimming when used with Cat. No. 6294 Remote Switch. Equipped with Intellisense Technology (gated automatic gain control) for outstanding performance and reliability. Responds to ON, OFF, DIM, BRIGHT, and ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF commands. Preset feature turns lights ON at last selected brightness level. Soft ON/Fade OFF feature provides eye-pleasing effect and extended bulb life. Protected memory maintains lighting level during minor power fluctuations. Built-in RFI filter. Wires easily into standard wall box. For proper operation, the total length of traveller wire between Multi-Location Dimming Switch and Remote should not exceed 90 feet. Packed with Ivory and White Rocker and Frame. Kits for other colors must be purchased separately (See Chart). Rated: 120V AC 60Hz 500W max. Incandescent 60W min. Note: To avoid overheating and possible damage to these units and other equipment, do not use the Cat. No. 6383 to control a receptacle, fluorescent lighting, motor-operated appliances or transformer-supplied loads. When the 6383 is ganged with any other device, the 6383 should not be loaded beyond 400W for a double-gang, or beyond 300W when three or more are ganged together. Single-Pole (One Location) Switch Equipped with Intellisense Technology (gated automatic gain control) and provides manual and remote ON/OFF control. Can be set to any of 256 DHC address codes to switch incandescent, inductive or resistive loads where dimming is not required. Responds to ON, OFF, ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF commands. Wires easily into standard wall box using terminal screws. Neutral Connection Required. Pilot light is ON when switch is ON. Code wheels are located beneath rocker plate. Packed with Ivory and White Rocker and Frame. Kits for other colors must be purchased separately (See Chart). Rated: 15A 120V AC 60Hz Incandescent, Inductive or Resistive

6383-WI in 80301-W

6291-WI in 80301-W

3-Way (Multi-Location) Switch Equipped with Intellisense Technology (gated automatic gain control). Provides manual and remote ON/OFF control in multi-station switching circuits when used in conjunction with one or more Cat. No. 6294 Remote Switches. The 6293 can be set to any of 256 DHC address codes to switch incandescent, inductive or resistive loads where dimming is not required. Responds to ON, OFF, ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF commands. Wires easily into standard wall box using terminal screws. Neutral Connection Required. Pilot light is ON when switch is ON. Code wheels are located beneath rocker plate. For proper operation, the total length of traveler wire between Multi-Location Switch and Remote should not exceed 90 feet. Packed with Ivory and White Rocker and Frame. Kits for other colors must be purchased separately (See Chart). Rated: 15A 120V AC 60Hz Incandescent, Inductive or Resistive
All devices are UL Listed and CSA Certified. As with every dimmer, derating for multiple gang installations is required. Dimensional drawings on p. T10 Wiring diagrams on p. T3

6293-WI in 80301-W

Color Change Kits for 6383 Switch


Cat. No. Mahogany 6081-M Cat. No. Ivory 6081-I Cat. No. White 6081-W Cat. No. Gray 6081-GY Cat. No. Almond 6081-A Cat. No. Black

Features & Benefits


Fit in standard wallboxes and replace regular switches to provide manual and remote ON/OFF switching of lighting and appliances. 6383-WI dimming switch rated for incandescent lighting only Levitons exclusive IntellisenseTM Technology virtually eliminates signal problems due to line noise Use existing 60Hz 120V AC house wiring to add multi-location switching without resorting to complicated and costly conventional wiring means True Decora styling coordinates with Levitons Decora line of designers wiring devices Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty

Color Change Kits for 6291 and 6293 Switches


Cat. No. Mahogany 6091-M Cat. No. Ivory 6091-I Cat. No. White 6091-W Cat. No. Gray 6091-GY Cat. No. Almond Cat. No. Black

A Cat. No. 6201 DHC System Amplifier Module must be installed in all panels in every DHC installation to ensure adequate signal strength.

Use with Leviton DPSPE-112 Power Extender to extend120V load capacity to 2000W/2000VA for incandescent, magnetic low-voltage and 120V Advance Mark X fluorescent dimming ballasts. Use with Leviton DPSPE-212 Power Extender to extend120V load capacity to 2000W/2000VA for Mark VII and OSRAM Sylvania Quicktronic Helios fluorescent dimming ballasts.

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RECEIVERS

DHC Receivers
DESCRIPTION CATALOG NO. 3-Way and 4-Way (Multi-Location) Remote Switch For use with DHC Cat. Nos. 6383 and 6293 Multi-Location Switches as a remote switch. The 6294 provides 3Way, 4-Way and higher-level control in conjunction with these units. It cannot be used for any other purpose in the DHC network. The unit wires easily into standard wall box using terminal screws. For proper operation, the total length of traveler wire between Multi-Location Switch and Remote should not exceed 90 feet Available in Mahogany (no dash), Ivory (-I), White (-W), Almond (-A) and Gray (-GY). Specify color(s) when ordering, as snap-on cover and frame kits cannot be used with the 6294. No Load RatingFor use with 6383 and 6293 Units Only

Receivers

6294-W in 80301-W

Double Pole Wall Switch Equipped with Intellisense Technology (gated automatic gain control). Provides local and remote ON/OFF control. Responds to ON/OFF and ALL OFF commands from controllers. Can be set to any of the 256 DHC address codes. Intended for control of pool pumps, air conditioning units, spa heaters and pumps, and other large residential loads. Wire easily into any standard wall box by means of six-inch leads. Available in Ivory only. Rated: 20A 2 HP 250V AC 60Hz

6371-I in 80301-I

Dimensional drawings on p. T10 Wiring diagrams on p. T3

Features & Benefits


Remote Units add multi-location capability to dimmer and switch receivers Fit in standard wallboxes to replace regular switches Levitons exclusive Intellisense Technology virtually eliminates command signal problems due to line noise 6371-I Heavy-duty appliance switch available for automated control of heavy-duty loads such as air conditioning and pool pumps True Decora styling coordinates with Levitons Decora line of wiring devices Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty

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RECEIVERS

DHC Receivers
DESCRIPTION CATALOG NO. Universal Low Voltage Module Almost any device operated at low voltages can now be automated using the 6337. This receiver interfaces between the low voltage device and the 120V AC wiring network. It receives an ON or OFF command from DHC Transmitters and can operate sprinkler systems, designated lighting, skylight closures, heating systems, garage door openers and other lighting and motor loads. Simply connect LV wiring to the screw terminal on the module and plug it into any 120V wall outlet. In addition to switching contacts, the 6337 has a built-in alarm that can be set to sound whenever the switch contacts are closed. The 6337 can be set to operate the relay only, the alarm only, or both the relay and the alarm. The 6337 can also be set for momentary operation so that the relay and/or the alarm will be turned on for approximately two seconds in response to any ON command. Does not respond to ALL LIGHTS ON or DIM/BRIGHT commands. Rated: 120V 60Hz AC only. Contacts: 5A 12V DC, 100VA 30V DC Inductive
Dimensional drawings on p. T10

6337

Features & Benefits


Universal Low Voltage Module can automate devices operated at low voltages such as sprinklers, skylights, and heating/AC systems Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty

A Cat. No. 6201 DHC System Amplifier Module must be installed in all panels in every DHC installation to ensure adequate signal strength.

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Receivers

RECEIVERS

DHC Receivers
DESCRIPTION CATALOG NO. Split Duplex Wall Receptacle Equipped with Intellisense (gated automatic gain control). Top outlet provides ON/OFF control in response to controller command signals. Bottom outlet is continuously live. Local control of any light of appliance plugged into the controlled outlet can be achieved by switching the load ON/OFF switch once or twice. Will not respond to ALL LIGHTS ON command. Fits standard wall boxes and supplied with leads for easy installation. Available in Ivory (-I), White (-W), Almond (A). Rated: 15A 120V 60Hz AC only. NEMA 5-15R
NEMA 5-15R

Receivers

6227-I, 6227-W, 6227-A

G W

Duplex Wall Receptacle Equipped with Intellisense (gated automatic gain control). Same as 6227, but with both top and bottom outlets providing ON/OFF control in response to controller command signals. Feed-through load lead allows control of receptacles downstream. Will not respond to ALL LIGHTS ON command. No local control available. Available in Ivory (-I), White (-W). Rated: 15A 120V 60Hz AC only. NEMA 5-15R

6280-I, 6280-W,

NEMA 5-15R

Single Wall Receptacle Equipped with Intellisense (gated automatic gain control). Provides ON/OFF control. No local control available. Wires easily into standard wallbox using supplied six-inch leads. Will not respond to ALL LIGHTS ON command. Available in Ivory (-I), White (-W). Rated: 20A 120V 60Hz AC only. NEMA 5-20R

6296-I, 6296-W,

NEMA 5-20R

G W

Single Wall Receptacle Equipped with Intellisense (gated automatic gain control). Provides ON/OFF control. No local control available. Wires easily into standard wallbox using supplied six-inch leads. Will not respond to ALL LIGHTS ON command. Available in Ivory (-I), White (-W). Rated: 20A 250V 60Hz AC only. NEMA 6-20R

6298-I, 6298-W,

NEMA 6-20R

Note: Receptacle modules will not respond to ALL ON command All devices are UL Listed. Also CSA Certified except where indicated by H Dimensional drawings on p. T11 Wiring diagrams on p. T3

Features & Benefits


Configurations for all commonly used amperage/voltage house combinations Fit in standard wallboxes to provide remote switching Levitons exclusive IIntellisense Technology virtually eliminates switching problems due to line noise True Decora styling coordinates with Levitons Decora line of wiring devices Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty

A Cat. No. 6201 DHC System Amplifier Module must be installed in all panels in every DHC installation to ensure adequate signal strength.

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RECEIVERS

DHC Receivers Modules


DESCRIPTION Fixture Relay Module Can be mounted at either an incandescent or fluorescent fixture by means of adhesive strips. Responds to ON/OFF and ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF commands from controllers. Equipped with leads for easy installation. Rated: 15A 120V 60Hz AC only, incandescent, inductive (1/2 HP), or resistive. CATALOG NO.

6375

Dimming Fixture Module Can be mounted at an incandescent fixture by means of adhesive strips. Responds to ON/OFF, DIM/BRIGHTEN and ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF commands from controllers. Equipped with leads for easy installation. Rated: 300W incandescent 120V 60Hz AC only.

6376

All devices are UL Listed and CSA Certified. Dimensional drawings on p. T11 Wiring diagrams on p. T4

Features & Benefits


Fixture modules provide direct control for fixtures where only remote control is necessary Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty

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Receivers

DHC CONTROLLERS
Leviton DHC Controllers provide flexible control options for a DHC customized home automation network. Controllers are available as wall-mount and table-top programmers (including a version with Scene Lighting Macro capability), wireless hand-held units, outdoor motion sensor and photocell units; telephone transponders, multi-keypad wall switches, burglar alarm interface and dry-contact modules. DHC Controllers are easy to installmost modules are mounted in standard wallboxes while others are simply plugged into any AC receptacle. Depending on the type of DHC Controller, the device sends DHC Command Signals to receiver modules that turn lights and appliances ON or OFF, DIM or BRIGHTEN lighting, select Lighting Scene Macros, or turn ALL LIGHTS ON or OFF. Up to four DHC controllers can be wired into a single branch circuit.

CONTROLLERS

NEW FROM LEVITON

Toscana Deluxe Programmer with 2-Way Communication DHC Programmer

Controllers

DESCRIPTION DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer With 2-Way Communication A simple central access control station that expands DHC control capability to give your home a variety of moods with easy one-touch access for up to 64 wholehouse lighting scenes. Created scenes can be accessed by IR remote as well as from remote scene lighting control keypads. Toscana permits direct remote control of up to 256 devices as well as complex date/time and macro automated programming of appliances and lights via, send/receive DHC power line carrier signals from RS-232 PC, HVAC and security system enabled devices. Timed events or up to eight groups of timed events can be selected and run on a recurring basis using a highly accurate internal astronomical clock. Registers status changes when Receivers with 2-Way communication are manually changed. Rated: 120V 60Hz Requires neutral and ground.
Dimensional drawings on p. T12 Wiring diagrams on p. T5

CATALOG NO.

HCCPG-1TW

Features & Benefits


Simple central access station for manual control of lighting system No programming experience required. Use simple wizards for setup Create lighting scenes Automatically turn appliances ON/OFF and lights ON/OFF/DIM/BRIGHTEN Give your home a personality and access that personality with one-touch control from Toscana One-Touch access to whole-house lighting scenes from anywhere in the home using remote keypads Connectivity to PCs and other computer controllers provides complex timed and macro programming capability and a bi-directional gateway to an Intellisense DHC powerline carrier system network 2-Way communication capability registers status changes when Receivers with 2-Way communication are manually changed. Controls up to 256 devices in a DHC home system Intellisense Technology enabled Permits input of real device names to specify control such as 'Wall Sconce' rather than cryptic house and device codes (i.e. B5) Automatically turns ON/OFF lights at dusk and/or at dawn (astronomical clock) Allows creation of up to 64 timed events which can reoccur year after year Each timed event can be part of up to eight time schedules Enable any one of the eight time schedules to enable the home personality

A Cat. No. HCA02-10E DHC System Amplifier Module must be installed in all panels in every DHC installation to ensure adequate signal strength.

Create up to 64 whole-house lighting scenes to create lighting moods Access any of the 64 scenes from the Toscana front panel (8 at any one time) Access any seven of the scenes remotely using the HCCS7-1TW scene keypad Access any of the scenes using 10 learned infrared codes Learned infrared codes can be taught using any standard IR remote RS-232 port for connectivity to PC's and dedicated controllers Create and download more complex timed events and macros Send/Receive DHC power line carrier signals from any RS-232 enabled device Backup and restore all system data; allows cloning of devices Permanent memory features guaranteed 20 year life Real-time clock retains correct time in absence of power; typically for 2 weeks Astronomical clock guaranteed accurate within 15 minutes for any North American (US, Canada, Mexico) locale Mounts in standard 4 gang box No external wall transformer or power line interface required. Requires 120V AC, 60Hz, less than 5 watts

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CONTROLLERS

NEW FROM LEVITON

with Updated Decora Rocker Styling and 2-Way Communication DHC Controllers

One-Address ON/OFF Wall Mounted Switch Controller with 2-Way Communication One ON/OFF rocker transmits ON/OFF commands to one address. Illuminated green LED at bottom of face indicates unit is On. (Note: Shipped in White only. Order color change kits for Ivory and Almond) Rated: 120V 60Hz AC Only

HCC10-1TW in 80301-W

ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF Wall Mounted Switch Controller with 2-Way Communication One ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF rocker transmits commands to all receivers set to the same letter code as this transmitter. Provides Panic Button lighting control for safety and security. NOTE: Receptacle Receivers will not respond to ALL ON command. Illuminated green LED at bottom of face indicates unit is On. (Note: Shipped in White only. Order color change kits for Ivory and Almond) Rated: 120V 60Hz AC Only Features & Benefits
Newly streamlined Decora designer styling enhances every interior and adds a family look when ganged with other Decora devices Remote ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL LIGHTS OFF switching can be used in home security applications to deter intruders or signal neighbors in emergencies (Cat. No. HCC1A-1TW only) 2-Way Communication permits status of Receivers changed locally to be reflected and computer-based controllers can receive a controller status update Fit in standard wallboxes and replace regular switches to provide remote ON/OFF switching, dimming and Scene Lighting Control Levitons exclusive Intellisense Technology virtually eliminates signal problems due to line noise Use existing 60Hz 120V AC house wiring to add multi-location switching without complicated and costly conventional wiring means Compatible with Decora screwless and Decora standard designer wallplates Green LED illuminates to confirm ON command sent Color change kits allow fast color changeovers. (Devices ship in White only) See chart for Color Change Kits (must be purchased separately) UL Listed and CSA Certified All devices are UL Listed (File #E-66800), CSA Certified (File #LR-54628) and UL 244A Tested (and others where appropriate) Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty Maximum of 4 Controllers should be installed on a single branch circuit Dimensional drawings on p. T12 Wiring diagrams on p. T5 HCC1A-1TW in 80301-W

Color Change Kits For HCC10-1TW, HCC1A-1TW


Controller Cat. Nos. HCC10-1TW, HCC1A-1TW Color Change Kit Cat. Nos. Cat. No. Ivory DRK0S-0LI Cat. No.White DRK0S-0LW Cat. No. Almond DRK0S-0LA

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DESCRIPTION

CATALOG NO.

CONTROLLERS

NEW FROM LEVITON

with Decora Rocker-Within-A-Rocker Design and 2-Way Communication DHC Controllers

Controllers

DESCRIPTION

CATALOG NO.

One-Address Wall Mounted RockerWithin-A-Rocker Dimming Controller with 2-Way Communication One ON/OFF rocker transmits ON/OFF commands to one address in the same letter code group as this switch controller while the built-in arrow-shaped rocker transmits BRIGHT/DIM commands to that same address. Illuminated green LED at bottom of face indicates unit is On. (Note: Shipped in White only. Order color change kits for Ivory and Almond) Rated: 120V 60Hz AC Only
HCC1D-1TW in 80301-W

Dimensional drawings on p. T12 Wiring diagrams on p. T5

Color Change Kits For HCC1D-1TW


Controller Cat. No. HCC1D-1TW Color Change Kit Cat. Nos. Cat. No. Ivory DRK1D-00I Cat. No.White DRK1D-00W Cat. No. Almond DRK1D-00A

Features & Benefits


Features a unique design that combines a Decora ON/OFF preset switch with an arrow-shaped rocker-within-a-rocker for selecting DIM/BRIGHT levels Fit in standard wallboxes and replace regular switches to provide remote ON/OFF switching, dimming and Scene Lighting Control 2-Way Communication permits status of Receivers changed locally to be reflected and computer-based controllers can receive a controller status update Levitons exclusive Intellisense Technology virtually eliminates signal problems due to line noise Use existing 60Hz 120V AC house wiring to add multi-location switching without complicated and costly conventional wiring means Compatible with Decora screwless and Decora standard designer wallplates Green LED illuminates to confirm ON command sent Decora-styled design enhances every interior and adds a family look when ganged with other Decora devices Color change kits allow fast color changeovers. (Devices ship in White only) See chart for Color Change Kits (must be purchased separately) All devices are UL Listed (File #E-66800), CSA Certified (File #LR-54628) and UL 244A Tested (and others where appropriate) Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty Maximum of 4 Controllers should be installed on a single branch circuit

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CONTROLLERS

NEW FROM LEVITON

with Updated Decora Styling and 2-Way Communication DHC Controllers

Two-Address Wall Mounted Dimming Switch Controller with 2-Way Communication Two sets of ON/OFF buttons transmit ON/OFF commands to two sequential addresses in the same letter code group as this controller. Also, provides remote control of ON/OFF-only receivers for fluorescent loads and inductive loads of up to 10 Amps. One set of GROUP BRIGHT/DIM buttons transmits GROUP BRIGHT/DIM commands to the most recently selected address. (Note: Shipped in White only. Order color change kits for Ivory and Almond) Rated: 120V 60Hz AC Only Three-Address Wall Mounted Dimming Switch Controller with 2-Way Communication Three sets of ON/OFF buttons transmit ON/OFF commands to three sequential addresses in the same letter code group as this controller. One set of GROUP BRIGHT/DIM buttons transmits GROUP BRIGHT/DIM commands to the most recently selected address. (Note: Shipped in White only. Order color change kits for Ivory and Almond) Rated: 120V 60Hz AC Only Four-Address Wall Mounted Dimming Switch Controller with 2-Way Communication Four sets of ON/OFF buttons transmit ON/OFF commands to four sequential addresses in the same letter code group as this controller. One set of GROUP BRIGHT/GROUP DIM buttons transmits GROUP BRIGHT/DIM commands to the most recently selected address. (Note: Shipped in White only. Order color change kits for Ivory and Almond) Rated: 120V 60Hz AC Only Three-Address Wall Mounted Dimming All LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF Switch Controller with 2-Way Communication Three sets of ON/OFF buttons transmit ON/OFF commands to three sequential addresses in the same letter code group as this controller. One set of GROUP BRIGHT/DIM buttons transmits GROUP BRIGHT/DIM commands to the most recently selected address. One set of ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF buttons transmits commands to all receivers set to the same letter code as this controller. (Note: Shipped in White only. Order color change kits for Ivory and Almond) Rated: 120V 60Hz AC Only
For

HCC2D-1TW in 80301-W

HCC3D-1TW in 80301-W

Features & Benefits


Remote ALL ON/ALL OFF switching keypad can be used in home security applications to deter intruders or signal neighbors in emergencies (Cat. No. HCC4A-1TW only) Fit in standard wallboxes and replace regular switches to provide remote ON/OFF switching, dimming and Scene Lighting Control 2-Way Communication permits status of Receivers changed locally to be reflected and computer-based controllers can receive a controller status update Levitons exclusive Intellisense Technology virtually eliminates signal problems due to line noise Use existing 60Hz 120V AC house wiring to add multi-location switching without complicated and costly conventional wiring means Compatible with Decora screwless and Decora standard designer wallplates Green LED illuminates to confirm ON command sent to left of lastactivated set of ON/OFF buttons Newly streamlined Decora faceplate styling enhances any interior and adds a family look when ganged with other Decora devices Color change kits allow fast color changeovers. (Devices ship in White only) See chart for Color Change Kits (must be purchased separately) All devices are UL Listed (File #E-66800), CSA Certified (File #LR-54628) and UL 244A Tested (and others where appropriate) Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty Maximum of 4 Controllers should be installed on a single branch circuit

HCC4D-1TW in 80301-W

HCC4A-1TW in 80301-W

remote control of non-sequentially addressed Receiver(s) applications, please see Cat. No.HCCS7 Scene Controller Dimensional drawings on p. T15 Wiring diagrams on p. T5

Color Change Kits for HCC2D-1TW, HCC3D-1TW, HCC4D-1TW, HCC4A-1TW


Controller Cat. Nos. HCC2D-1TW HCC3D-1TW HCC4D-1TW HCC4A-1TW Color Change Kit Cat. Nos. Cat. No. White DCK2D-00W DCK3D-00W DCK4D-00W DCK4A-00W Cat. No.Ivory DCK2D-00I DCK3D-00I DCK4D-00I DCK4A-00I Cat. No. Almond DCK2D-00A DCK3D-00A DCK4D-00A DCK4A-00A

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DESCRIPTION

CATALOG NO.

CONTROLLERS

NEW FROM LEVITON

with Updated Decora Styling and 2-Way Communication DHC Controllers

Controllers

DESCRIPTION

CATALOG NO.

Seven-Scene Dimming Wall Switch Controller with 2-Way Communication Each of seven SCENE buttons transmits ON commands to preset levels to 12 sequential addresses in the same letter code group as this Controller. (Note: 12-address sequence continues at address 1 if address 16 is reached before all 12 sequential addresses are completed.) Only Cat. Nos. HCM06, HCM10, HCS10, 6343, 16383 or 16293 Scene Capable Switch Receivers can be used with this controller. One set of SCENE BRIGHT/DIM buttons transmits SCENE BRIGHT/DIM commands to the most recently selected scene. One OFF button transmits OFF command to the most recently selected scene. (Note: Shipped in White only. Order color change kits for Ivory and Almond) Rated: 120V 60Hz AC Only
Dimensional drawings on p. T12 Wiring diagrams on p. T5

HCCS7-1TW in 80301-W

Color Change Kits For HCCS7-1TW


Controller Cat. No. HCCS7-1TW Color Change Kit Cat. Nos. Cat. No. White DCKS7-00W Cat. No. Ivory DCKS7-00I Cat. No. Almond DCKS7-00A

Features & Benefits


Allows creation of seven lighting scenes quickly and easily using any number of Scene Capable Receivers in conjunction with one or more Seven-Scene Dimming Wall Switch Controllers. Fit in standard wallboxes and replace regular switches to provide remote ON/OFF switching, dimming and Scene Lighting Control 2-Way Communication permits status of Receivers changed locally to be reflected and computer-based controllers can receive a controller status update Levitons exclusive Intellisense Technology virtually eliminates signal problems due to line noise Use existing 60Hz 120V AC house wiring to add multi-location switching without complicated and costly conventional wiring means Compatible with Decora screwless and Decora standard designer wallplates Green LED illuminates to confirm ON command sent next to the most recently selected scene Streamlined Decora styling enhances any interior and adds a family look when ganged with other Decora devices Color change kits allow fast color changeovers. (Devices ship in White only) See chart for Color Change Kits (must be purchased separately) All devices are UL Listed (File #E-66800), CSA Certified (File #LR-54628) and UL 244A Tested (and others where appropriate) Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty

Programming HCCS7-1TW: Hold down desired scene button until flashing LED programming mode begins. Set all Scene Capable Switch Receivers to desired levels. Press the previously selected scene button again to end programming. To unprogram a scene from DHC devices, hold down the desired scene button until flashing LED programming mode begins. Then hit the OFF button. A DHC dimmer can ignore a scene if its airgap switch is pulled during the programming cycle. Controller and receivers must be set to the same address.

Maximum of 4 Controllers should be installed on a single branch circuit

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CONTROLLERS

DHC Controllers
DESCRIPTION Uni-Base Wall Mounted Controller Body with Scene Control Capability The Cat. No. 16400 accepts any of the Cat. No. 16450 Controller Faces. Controller Faces feature LED to the left of each keypad to indicate last ON/OFF command signal sent to an address. Faces are provided with press-on labels to identify fixture(s) controlled and a clear plastic cover to protect the face and labels. Back offset strap on 16400 Uni-Base body provides unit with a clean, flush-mounted appearance. The 16400 features Intellisense (gated automatic gain control) to transmit clear command signals without noise interference. Intellisense Technology enhances overall system performance and reliability. The 16400 command signals will not effect command signals sent simultaneously from other transmitters. Rated: 120V 60Hz AC Only. Power Consumption: 2 Watts One-Button Controller Face One ON/OFF keypad transmits ON/OFF commands to one address. Available in Ivory (-1), Almond (-1AL) or White (-1W). One-Button ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF Controller Face One ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF keypad transmits commands to all receivers set to the same letter code as this controller. Provides Panic Button lighting control for safety and security. NOTE: Receptacle Receivers will not respond to ALL ON command. Available in Ivory (-1A), Almond (-1AA) or White (-1AW). CATALOG NO.

16400

16450-1

Two-Button Controller Face Two ON/OFF keypads transmit ON/OFF commands for two sequential addresses set to the same letter code as this controller. Available in Ivory (-2), Almond (-2AL) or White (-2W). Two-Button Dimming Controller Face One-ON/OFF keypad transmits ON/OFF commands and one keypad transmits DIM and BRIGHT commands for one address in the same Letter Code group as this controller. Available in Ivory (-2D), Almond (-2DA) or White (-2DW). Four-Button Controller Face Four ON/OFF keypads transmit ON/OFF commands for (4) sequential addresses set to the same letter code as this controller. Available in Ivory (-4), Almond (-4AL) or White (-4W). Four-Button ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF Controller Face Three ON/OFF keypads transmit ON/OFF commands for three sequential addresses set to the same letter code as this controller, and one keypad transmits ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF to all receivers set to the same Letter Code as this controller (except receptacle receivers. Available in Ivory (-4A), Almond (-4AA) or White (-4AW). Four-Button Dimming Controller Face Three ON/OFF keypads transmit ON/OFF commands to three sequential addresses in the same letter code group as this controller and one keypad transmits DIM and BRIGHT commands for the same three addresses. Available in Ivory (-2D), Almond (-4DA) or White (-4DW). Four-Button Scene Lighting Control Face* Four Scene Control keypads transmit ON/OFF commands to execute four separate programmed lighting scenes for multiple Cat. Nos. 6343 and 16383 Dimmer Switch Receivers and Cat. No. 16293 Switch Receiver with Scene Capability. Available in Ivory (-S), Almond (-SA) or White (-SW). Four-Button Scene Lighting Control Face with ALL DIM/ALL BRIGHT* Three Scene Control keypads transmit ON/OFF commands to execute three separate programmed lighting scenes for multiple Cat. Nos. 6343 and 16383 Dimmer Switch Receivers and Cat. No. 16293 Switch Receiver with Scene Capability. One Keypad transmits ALL DIM/ALL BRIGHT commands to all programmed 6343 and 16383 Receivers. Available in Ivory (-SD), Almond (-SDA) or White (-SDW).

16450-2

16450-2D (Shown) 16450-4

16450-4A

16450-4D (Shown) 16450-S

16450-SD

*The 16450-S and 16450-SD utilize extended code format. This command structure is not compatible with older versions of the DHC System Coupler/Repeater Cat. No. 6201. All devices are UL Listed only, not CSA Certified. Dimensional drawings on p. T12 Wiring diagrams on p. T5

Programming 16450-S and 16450-SD Scene Controllers: Press program button on 16450 keypad unit until flashing LED programming mode begins. Set all Scene Capable Switch Receivers to desired levels. Press the left side of the ON/OFF Scene Control rocker switch that you wish to program. Press program button on 16450 keypad again to finish. Transmitter and receivers must be set to the same address Features & Benefits
Simply change 16450 Controller Face on 16400 Uni-Base Controller Body to change functions. Controller Face LEDs indicate last keypad to send signal; pre-printed press-on labels to identify controlled fixtures. Operates over existing 120V AC 60Hz wiring Decora-styled to coordinate with Levitons Decora line of wiring devices Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty NOTE: 16400/16450 Controller Bodies and Faces are not interchangeable with older-style DHC Controller Bodies and Faces. NOTE: No more than 4 transmitters should be installed on a single branch circuit.

Sample Labels for 16450 Controller Faces


ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ALL ON OFF BRIGHT DIM INSIDE OUTSIDE LEFT RIGHT SCONCES OVERHEAD WALL RECESSED TRACK UPSTAIRS DOWNSTAIRS ENTRY FOYER HALL STAIRWAY LIVING ROOM DINING ROOM DISPLAY KITCHEN COUNTER BEDROOM CLOSET BATHROOM BASEMENT SPOTS GARDEN WALKWAY DRIVEWAY SECURITY FRONT BACK STEPS GARAGE POOL FILTER GREENHOUSE TENNIS NORTH SOUTH EAST WEST COVE PLAYROOM CHANDELIER AQUARIUM NURSERY SPA LAMP LOW VOLTAGE FLUORESCENT GYM SAUNA ATTIC OFFICE

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16450-1A (Shown)

CONTROLLERS

DHC Controllers
DESCRIPTION Basic Wall Mounted Programmer A powerful home automation controller that is easy to install and use. Compact, low-profile unit fits in single-gang wallbox. Accepts up to four addresses; maximum two ON and two OFF commands per address. SECURITY mode randomly selects ON and OFF times to make an empty home appear occupied. ALL LIGHTS ON switch acts as a panic-button lighting system, switching on all DHC switch modules with one touch. DIM/BRIGHTEN command can automatically adjust lighting levels of all fixtures controlled by DHC dimming receivers. LED readout shows time and program status; battery back-up protects clock setting and program status for ten hours during power interruption. Available in Ivory, White, and Almond. Rated: 120V 60Hz AC only Power Consumption: 2.5 watts maximum
6312

CATALOG NO.

Controllers

Table Top Controller Provides manual remote control for all 256 DHC addresses. Command functions include ON/OFF, ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF and DIM/BRIGHTEN. The 6320 plugs into any 120 volt AC receptacle to transmit command signals over existing AC wiring. Rated: 120V 60Hz AC only.

6320

Hand-Held Wireless Controller/Plug-In Transceiver with Built-In Appliance Module Operate lights and appliances from up to 75 feet away WITHOUT WIRES. The Cat. No. 6313 Hand-Held Wireless Controller sends command signals by means of radio waves through walls and ceilings from inside or outside the home. The Cat. No. 6314-W Plug-in Transceiver picks up the signals and re-transmits them onto the AC wiring network for up to 8 groups of Receivers set to the same Letter Code. The Transceiver also has a built-in appliance module. A lamp or other electrical device will respond to commands sent to A1 or A9 (or any other Letter Code AP) when plugged into the outlet on the Transceiver. These units make it possible to switch OFF downstairs lights from upstairs, switch ON outdoor lights from the car, or childs room lights from the master bedroom. Multiple Transceivers can be used in conjunction with a single Hand-Held Controller to expand the range of signal reception by spacing them between 6 and 75 feet apart throughout the residence. These devices will allow complete hand-held control of the homes lighting and appliances. Note that the 6314-W Transceiver will only receive signals from the 6313 Hand-Held Controller and the 6332 Key Chain Remote Controller. Hand-Held Controllers require four AAA batteries (not included). Color: 6313 is Black, 6314-W is White. Multiple Cat. No. 6314-W Transceiver units should be positioned at least six feet apart to avoid interference. Wireless Key Chain Remote Controller Transmits command signals to turn ON any light or appliance that is plugged into the Cat. No. 6314-W (sold separately). Up to four devices can be controlled using the 6332 and 6314-W transceiver module with a transmission range of up to 75 feet. The 6314-W uses the homes existing AC wiring to re-transmit signals it receives from the 6332 so that additional lights and appliances connected to other DHC receivers can also be controlled using the 6332. The 6332 and 6314-W provide a complete, fully expandable system. Lamp modules can be added to control additional lamps; appliance receivers can be added to control outside lights. Color: Black only.
All devices are UL Listed only, not CSA Certified. Dimensional drawings on p. T12 (6312, 6320); T13 (6313, 6314-W) Wiring diagrams on p. T5 (6312)

6313, 6314-W

6332

Features & Benefits


Programmers add user-devised scheduling to DHC automated control of lights and appliances for greater convenience, energy savings and security Programmers and Controllers plug into any receptacle to send DHC switching commands over existing 60Hz 120V AC house wiring Levitons Hand-Held Controller adds the convenience of wireless fingertip control of appliances and lighting to DHC systems Ultra-compact Key Chain Transmitter adds wireless ON/OFF control of up to four devices Both Hand-Held and Key Chain Controllers operate through the companion Plug-In Transceiver Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty

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CONTROLLERS

DHC Controllers
DESCRIPTION CATALOG NO. Passive Infrared Controller A motion-sensing light control ideal for use in outdoor locations, such as backyards, garages and storage buildings. Built-in infrared sensing technology monitors 4,000-sq. ft. field, 110 degrees wide, up to 40 feet in front of unit. When the 6417 senses motion in its field of view, it can respond by sending two types of signals: ON commands to Receivers set to control lights at four sequential system addresses, and MOTION DETECTED signals to other 6417s set to the same address. As long as the source of infrared radiation remains in the 6417 sensor field, it continues to send ON signals every six seconds to these addresses, providing the convenience of continuous illumination along a path from a garage to an entranceway, or around an entire residence, if desired. It can also turn on an inside lighting fixture as well as outdoor fixtures to help deter intruders. The 6417 is encased in a moisture-resistant housing. The control panel includes sensitivity adjustments to prevent nuisance tripping by small animals and a time delay to set the length of time the lights stay on (6 seconds to 30 minutes). Manual override of the 6417 controller can be achieved with the use of 16400/16450,6320, 26311 or 6312 Controllers. Passive Infrared Transmitter installs easily into standard round outdoor junction box and comes complete with mounting plate, control unit, par lampholders and complete installation and operating instructions. Color: Brown Photocell Controller Automatically senses approaching darkness and responds by sending ON commands to as many as four groups of DHC Receivers (all receiver modules in each group must be set to the same Letter Code). The Receiver Modules respond by turning lights ON inside or outside the home. The 6308 will also transmit OFF commands in response to a user-selected number of hours that its been ON, or in response to approaching daylight. The Receivers respond by turning their assigned lighting loads inside or outside the home OFF. The 6308 mounts on a standard round or GEM electrical box. Color: Brown 6308
All devices are UL Listed only, not CSA Certified. Dimensional drawings on p. T13 (6308) Wiring diagrams on p. T6 (6308)

6417

Features & Benefits


DHC Passive Infrared Sensor/Transmitters can work alone or in multiple arrays to turn on designated lighting inside and outside the home when motion is detected for improved security and safety Up to four transmitters can be wired into a single branch circuit Photocell Sensor/Transmitters can add night watchman automated switching capability to any DHC network
M O

Set range to prevent nuisance triggering


MAX MIN LIGHT DARK

RANGE
HOUSE CODE A C E K I G 13 11 15

DUSK
START CODE 1 3 5 7 9

Adjust dusk control to ambient light conditions Program specific lights to be controlled - Sends coded signals Set time-off delay from between 6 seconds and 30 minutes Controls up to 4 groups of lights to operate with dusk or sensor controls

Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty

TIME DELAY

30 0.1 0.2 15 2 5

MINUTES

SENSOR
IN
+1

OUT

+2

+3

+4

Control Panel (bottom of sensor)


Control Panel for Outdoor Motion Sensor Cat. No. 6417

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CONTROLLERS

DHC Controllers
DESCRIPTION CATALOG NO. Telephone Transponder Allows user to control all 256 addresses in an entire DHC network from anywhere in the world using a TouchTone telephone. The DHC Transponder also functions as a DHC isolated contact (class B) module that can be controlled from the phone or any DHC Transmitter. The 6325 includes a pair of low-voltage wire screw terminals. The Transponder simply plugs into any 120 volt AC receptacle and attaches to a phone jack using the line splitter provided. The Transponder activates upon hearing its unique, user-devised access code. Users can order the 6325 to send ON, OFF, ALL LIGHTS ON and ALL OFF commands using the phone keypad. For optimum performance, it is recommended that the 6325 be used on a dedicated phone line. The Transponder confirms all commands with a simulated human voice. The device is equipped with a 6-hour battery back up. Color: Black Note: The Telephone Transponder does not work with proprietary telephone company answering modes or with call waiting. It is advised to put Cat. No. 6325 on a dedicated telephone line. Burglar Alarm Interface Simply plugs into a grounding 15 Amp receptacle. Connects to an existing intrusion alarm and turns lights ON whenever the alarm is tripped. Provides choice of 3 modes of light switching when activated. Either a low-voltage input (6-18V AC, DC or audio) or a dry contact closure can trigger the 6330. The unit has a test button that permits activation whether or not the device is connected to an alarm system. The ALL OFF button turns OFF anything that was turned ON by the unit. Available color: Ivory 6330 Dry Contact Controller# Allow monitoring of up to four dry contact closures. No. 6315 Maintained Contact Controller sends ON or OFF command signals in response to contact opening or closure. No. 6316 Momentary Contact Controller sends ON or OFF command signals in response to contact closure, and no command signal upon contact openings. These units can be used with photocells, infrared sensors, security system, motion sensors, thermostats and any other dry-contact-based sensors. Installs in a single-gang wallbox. Color: Ivory Power to control side: 125V 60Hz AC Only. LV LEAD COLOR TRANSMITS TO Blue A1* Orange A2* Yellow A3* Brown A4* *Or any four sequential address codes within the same Letter Code group as the Transmitter.
All devices are UL Listed. Also CSA Certified except where indicated by # Dimensional drawings on p. T13 Wiring diagrams on p. T6 (6315,6316)

6325

Controllers

6315, 6316

Features & Benefits


Telephone Transponder allows user to control an entire DHC network from anywhere in the world using a touch-tone telephone Burglar Alarm Interface connects to existing intrusion alarms, issuing flashing light commands to DHC switching modules when tripped for improved security Up to four transmitters can be wired into a single branch circuit Dry Contact Transmitters link signaling from photocells, infrared sensors, security systems, motion sensors, and other dry contact transmitters to DHC controlled devices Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty

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DHC NETWORK INTEGRITY PRODUCTS


Leviton highly recommends installing Network Integrity Products in every DHC application. The Cat. No. HCA02-10E System Amplifier ensures that the DHC command signal travels throughout the homes AC wiring. This versatile DHC component repeats the command signal and also makes sure that it is transmitted onto every phase in a residential wiring configuration. The System Amplifier also features Levitons exclusive Intellisense Technology to ensure reliable performance even when there's noise present on the AC powerline. An HCA02-10E must be installed in all panels in every DHC installation to ensure adequate signal strength. The Cat. No. 51120 Panel-Mounted Surge Protective Devices provide AC powerline protection from highenergy, transient voltage surges that can damage all microprocessor-based electronic equipment, including Leviton DHC components.

NETWORK INTEGRITY PRODUCTS

DHC Network Integrity Products


DESCRIPTION DHC System Amplifier with Built-In Test Signal Generator Performs a variety of functions to ensure outstanding DHC system performance and reliability. The module couples transmitter (programmer and controller) signals generated on the 120V leg where the transmitter draws power onto the other leg in a 120/240V residential wiring system. The module also amplifies and repeats command signals to maintain proper signal strength throughout the DHC system. Levitons exclusive Intellisense Technology (gated automatic gain control) feature helps ensure top performance even when noise is present on the AC powerline. The module provides convenient ON/OFF test signal transmission capability. This allows for easy signal strength verification at individual module locations with Levitons Cat. No. 6386 Signal Strength Indicator. The error lamp indicates that the Intellisense feature is activated. This product can not be used in 3-Phase systems An HCA02-10E must be installed in all panels in every HCCXX series DHC installation to ensure adequate signal strength. HCA02-10E System Amplifier* Takes DHC programmer and controller signals generated on the 120V line phase from which the transmitter draws power. Then couples the command signals at the zero crossing on the other line phase of a 120/240V system or any phase of a three-phase 120/208V residential wiring network. The 6201 should be installed at the main panel with its own dedicated 15 amp breaker, in accordance with NEC requirements. The unit is equipped with Intellisense (gated automatic gain control) for outstanding performance and reliability. Pilot light indicates when DHC signal is transmitting. More than one 6201 may be used per household. Color: Black NOTE: A System Amplifier Module must be installed in all panels in every DHC installation to ensure adequate signal strength.
*Cat. No. 6201 not compatible with HCCS7-1TW Scene Lighting controller

CATALOG NO.

Network Integrity Products

6201
Dimensional drawings on p. T14 Wiring diagrams on p. T7

Features & Benefits


System Amplifier recommended for all DHC installations to ensure adequate command signal strength Panel-Mounted Surge Protective Device recommended for all DHC installations to protect DHC circuitry from damaging high-energy transient voltage surges Cat. Nos. HCA02-10E and 6201 Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty, 51120 Backed by a Limited 10-Year Warranty

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DHC Network Integrity Products


DESCRIPTION Panel Mounted Surge Protective Device (SPD) Provides homes with protection from high-energy transient voltage surges that can damage sensitive electronic circuits in computers, audio and video components, and electronic appliances. Leviton DHC components incorporate microcircuitry into their design, and protection of a DHC network against surges on the powerlines is highly recommended. Unique hybrid suppression circuitry in 51120 devices provide outstanding surge protection. The 51120-1,-3 is housed in a standard J-box metal enclosure with pre-punched standard knockouts. The 51120-3R features a NEMA 3R-rated enclosure suitable for outdoor use. NOTE: A Cat. No. 51120 Panel Mount Surge Protective Device must be installed at the service panel in every DHC installation Rated: Cat. No. 51120-1 Cat. No. 51120-3 Cat. No. 51120-3R 120/240V AC 60 Hz 120/208V AC 3-Phase WYE 60 Hz 120/240V AC 60 Hz 51120-1 CATALOG NO.

51120-PTC
Dimensional drawings on p. T14 Wiring diagrams on p. T7

SPD Performance SpecificationsCat. No. 51120-1, -3 Rated Single Pulse Transient Energy (10x1000 s Joules) Maximum Single Pulse Transient Energy (8x20 s, Amperes Peak) Cat B3 Combination Wave (8X20 s) UL 1449 Rating (L-N) Physical Specifications Operating Temperature Range Storage Temperature -10 to 60C -20 to 85C 950 50,000 480V 500V

SPD Performance SpecificationsCat. No. 51120-PTC AC Protection Modes: L-N/L-L/N-G Rated L-N Voltage Maximum Continuous L-N Voltage Maximum Transient Energy (8 x 20 s waveform) Maximum single-pulse transient current (8 x 20 s, Amps peak) UL 1449 Suppressed Voltage Ratings (@500 amps 8 x 20 s waveform) L-N/L-L/L-G Noise Evaluation Bandwith Noise Rejection @ 50 ohms Home Automation Protocol Campatible (X-10, Lon Works) Telephone Protection: Maximum Operating Voltage Maximum Surge Current Clamping Voltage CATV/Satellite Protection: Maximum Operating Voltage Clamping Voltage 90V DC 1.9 kAmps @ 3.8 kV 220V 10V DC 25V 120V 150V 950 Joules 80,000

500/700/500 Volts 100Hz-100MHz 20-30 dB

SPD Performance SpecificationsCat. No. 51120-3R Rated Single Pulse Transient Energy (10x1000 s Joules) Maximum Single Pulse Transient Energy (8x20 s, Amperes Peak) Cat B3 Combination Wave (8X20 s) UL 1449 Rating (L-N) Physical Specifications Operating Temperature Range Storage Temperature -10 to 60C -20 to 85C 950 50,000 640V 800V

NOTE: A Cat. No. 51120 Panel Mount Surge Protective Device should be installed at the service panel in every DHC installation.

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Network Integrity Products

Multimedia Surge Protective Device (SPD) Ideal for home entertainment centers and home offices where DHC components are installed. In addition to providing surge protection for 120/240 volt single-phase AC branch panels, it protects against damaging surges entering equipment through low-voltage lines. The unit also supplies protection via a replaceable Cat. No. 5350-PT4 module for phone systems utilizing conventional RJ-11 connector terminations; and supplies protection via a replaceable Cat. No. 5350-SAT module for cable/satellite TV systems utilizing F connectors.

ANCILLARY DHC DEVICES


Ancillary DHC Devices include couplers, filters and noise reducers designed to ensure that maximum performance of a DHC home controls system is never compromised. Leviton is the only manufacturer to offer a comprehensive selection of ancillary products that enhance overall system performance while minimizing the problems inherent in any AC powerline. Leviton Ancillary DHC Devices are the result of years of experience with real-world AC powerline conditions, and they are custom-designed and tested to provide solutions for virtually every condition that could effect the DHC command signal.

ANCILLARY DHC DEVICES

DHC Couplers and Filters


DESCRIPTION Multi-Phase Blocking Coupler Installed between the incoming electrical service panel in apartment buildings, condominiums, attached-unit dwellings and homes sharing the same side of the electrical transformer to keep extraneous electronic noise and signals from entering or leaving the DHC network. Rated: 120V,120/240V, 120/208V AC 60 Hz Max. 200 Amp panel 6284 Signal Attenuator Installation of Cat. No. 6285 Signal Attenuator attenuates (knocks down) external noise and signal levels entering the DHC network. It must be used in conjunction with a 6201 System Amplifier to boost the signals within the network. For dimensional line drawings, see Cat. No. 6299. Rated: 2-Phase 120/240V & 120/208V AC 60Hz 6285 Noise Block The 6287 is designed for use with DHC switch modules that include a means for connection to neutral. This device may be wired on the LOAD side of a DHC switch module (except 6383), or on the LINE side of any fixture using an electronic ballast, a low-voltage ballast, or any noise-generating source that does not require more than 5A 120V AC. The 6287 prevents interference generated by fixture components from interfering with DHC signals. Rated: 5A 120V 60Hz AC only 6287 Plug-in Noise Filter# Electrical appliances may generate noise that could interfere with proper signal transmission. When the offending appliance is isolated and plugged into the 6288 Noise Filter, which is in turn plugged into a receptacle, stray noise is filtered out, ensuring a clear signal. Color: Brown. Rated: 5A 120V 60Hz AC only. 6288 In-Line Noise Reducer# The 6289 Noise Reducer filters electrical noise and signals with frequencies above and below the 121 kHz signal. The 6289 may be installed at the noise or signal source or at the module affected by the interference. Depending on the source of the interference, the 6289 may be wired phase to neutral or phase to phase. CATALOG NO.

Ancillary Devices

6289
All devices are UL Listed. Also CSA Certified except where indicated by# Dimensional drawings on p. T15 (6287, 6288, 6289) Wiring diagrams on p.T8

DHC Powerline Carrier Test Equipment


Description Signal Strength Indicator Measures command signal strength at individual module locations. Minimum signal strength required for proper DHC Powerline Carrier component operation is 100mV. For use with 6385 Signal Strength Indicator. Cat. No.

6386 Features & Benefits


Cat. Nos. 6284 and 6285 used to stop extraneous noise and signals from degrading DHC system operation These devices are designed to eliminate interference from appliances, electronic ballasts and home electronics in order to insure top performance from DHC systems Signal strength testing equipment used to ensure proper operation of DHC system Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty

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PRODUCT TESTING
All DHC modules are subjected to rigorous product testing to ensure that they will provide a long service life in home installations. Tests include Heating, OverUnder Voltage, Component Failure, Operating Part Drop-Impact, Mold Stress-Relief Distortion, Impact Resistance, and Dielectric Withstand. The following pages are a brief summary of the actual tests performed on DHC modules.

PRODUCT TESTING

DHC Test Equipment


Testing of Programmers and Controllers
Heating Test Sample units were connected to rated voltages of 120V 60Hz until constant temperatures were reached on and around the device. All temperatures were measured using thermocouples. The highest temperature recorded on the device was 104F, when the ambient temperature was 73 F. This was well within UL performance standards. The system was designed to operate within an ambient temperature range of 0C50C (32F122F). Over-Under Voltage Test Sample units were energized at an overvoltage of 132V AC until temperatures had stabilized. The voltage was then lowered to the rated 120V 60 Hz for one hour, then lowered to an under-voltage 102V, then operated several times. The device operated continuously without damage at all voltage levels. Component Failure Test Sample units were wrapped in cotton, either shorted or opened, and subjected to rated voltage. No fires resulted. Operating Part Drop Impact Test As received samples were dropped three times from a height of three feet onto a hardwood surface. The unit was dropped in different positions, each likely to produce harmful results. Operating parts were not affected. Mold Stress-Relief Distortion Test Equipment samples and enclosures were put in a full draft circulating air oven at 158F for seven hours. The samples were then carefully removed, allowed to return to room temperature, and examined for deterioration. There was no evidence of softening of the enclosure materials when samples were removed from the oven, and no shrinkage, warpage or cracking was evident after samples were returned to room temperature. Impact Resistance Test To assure the strength of the case, rockers and buttons against sudden impact, a force of .75 foot-pounds was applied to several points on the units surface without damage. Dielectric Withstand Test Sample units were wired and subjected to 1200 V AC for one minute. Normal operation was not affected. Signal Strength Indicator Measures command signal strength at individual module locations. Minimum signal strength required for proper DHC Powerline Carrier component operation is 100mV. Foruse with 6385 Signal Strength Indicator. All devices are UL Listed only, not CSA Certified.

Product Testing

6386 Features & Benefits


Signal strength testing equipment used to ensure proper operation of DHC system Backed by a Limited Two-Year Warranty

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DHC TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE


The purpose of the Troubleshooting section is to give Decora Home Controls professionals and end-users an accurate, up-to-date and easy-to-understand view of the DHC automation system's many strengths and possibilities, as well as its operating characteristics. Leviton hopes that by using this information, your knowledge of the system will expand so that you will be able to take the steps necessary to help ensure top performance of the DHC system.

TROUBLESHOOTING

DHC Troubleshooting
Introduction
Levitons Decora Home Controls are built with high-quality components and tested to meet or exceed the strictest industry standards. They all periodically undergo redesign and upgrading as part of the companys ongoing product improvement program. New products are added as they become available to expand the capabilities of this powerful home control system. In addition, Levitons toll-free Techline can respond to questions from DHC customers. IMPORTANT NOTE: All DHC devices incorporate microprocessor chips. Consequently, they must be supplied with stable 60 Hz AC power at 120 volts (+ or -10%). Consult the local utility company or a qualified electrical contractor if the AC power at any facility does not meet this requirement. Fast-Track Troubleshooting Many of the common operating difficulties encountered with Decora Home Controls can be traced and corrected using the Fast-Track Checklist below. If the difficulty is not identified and corrected after proceeding through the list, continue to the sections that follow which describe how to examine specific aspects of the system. Fast-Track Checklist When a DHC network performs erratically, always check and confirm that : Ambient operating temperature does not drop below 32F or rise above 122F. Appliance and lamp plugs are firmly inserted in receptacle modules. Appliances, lamps, and lighting fixtures have their switches in the ON position. Lamps and lighting fixtures have working bulbs. Lighting loads controlled by Wall Switch Modules fall within the 601000W range. Transmitters (programmers and controllers) and receivers (switch and receptacle modules) are set to the same Address Codes. A lamp or fixture containing a built-in dimmer cannot be controlled by an Incandescent Wall Switch Module with dimming capabilities (Cat. Nos. HCM06/10, 6343, 6383, 16383). A neighbor that you share a utility transformer with does not have a DHC or other automation system that is sending command signals on the same House Codes (red dials) that you are using OR generating sufficient electronic noise to interfere with your DHC signal transmissions. The following appliances, when operating, are generating electrical noise to the AC wiring system which might interfere with signal transmission and reception within the DHC system (see separate section): Wireless intercoms Electric razors, hair dryers Food processors, blenders, mixers, grinders Vacuum cleaners, floor scrubbers, floor waxers Wireless doorbells Electronic ballasts, television receivers Laser printers Non-FCC Class B computers Some LPF CFL lamps No faulty connections exist between aluminum and copper conductors, especially in moist climates. These can corrode and create occasional shorts and arcs. No nominal static discharge has been transferred to the system controllers by touching them, especially during winter time in households where the air is cool and dry. Static discharge build-up will normally dissipate in a few hours. Switching the circuit breaker for the affected controller on and off will restore normal operation immediately. The Power Lamp on HCA02-10E is lit.

DHC Operating Characteristics


Lighting System Types Decora Home Controls low-voltage dimming modules are designed to be used with magnetic (core and coil) transformers. These modules will not switch or dim lighting that uses electronic (low voltage/high frequency) power supply transformers. To switch high-pressure discharge lamps (HID lighting, including mercury- and sodium-vapor and metal-halide lamp types), some success may be realized if a Cat. No. 6287 Noise Block is installed as close to the lighting load(s) transformer(s) as possible. This will keep electronic noises from contaminating the network. Decora Home Controls can: Switch low pressure discharge lamps Switch, dim and brighten 120V Quartz lamps Switch low voltage lighting systems (ON/OFF only) operating with a 60 Hz magnetic (core and coil) transformers on the 120V side of the transformer. Intercom systems that utilize existing home AC wiring for sound transmission will prevent proper operation of Decora Home Controls. When in use, or when plugged in and left in the talk position, such intercoms interfere with signal transmission from programmers and controllers to modules. Intercoms that employ their own separate wiring will not interfere with the operation of Decora Home Controls. The Decora Home Controls powerline carrier command signal can only travel through all wiring on the secondary side of the primary transformer. Attempts to control an outbuilding (garage, barn, poolhouse) will not be successful if the outbuilding is not wired on the same side of the same transformer as the main building. When a HCA02-10E System Amplifier Module is installed to couple both legs of the 120/240V power supply, maximum signal strength is ensured throughout the wiring grid, regardless of which leg(s) the controller(s) is wired to. The presence of the Cat. No. HCA02-10E should prevent intermittent operation of Switch and Receptacle Modules and periodic failure of response to command signals. See section titled Ensuring Signal Quality for details.

Troubleshooting

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TROUBLESHOOTING

DHC Troubleshooting
When More Thorough Examination is Required
There may be some instances when a more thorough checkout is required. If this is necessary, the Decora Home Controls Tester must be utilized. Carry out the following troubleshooting steps using these devices in conjunction with the test button on the cat. no. HCA02-10E DHC System Amplifier where required, while referring to the procedures in the following chapters. This expanded troubleshooting section should be useful when tracking down malfunctions and improper Decora Home Controls operation. It can also serve as a general reminder of proper installation when setting up Decora Home Controls in a home. This section is by no means exclusive. There are certain problems that are not covered here and there are certain solutions that are not suggested. Even in such cases, the troubleshooting methods should prove useful because they will reliably lead you to positive conclusions about what is definitely not wrong. You can then turn your attention to remaining potential sources of trouble. In simple terms, Decora Home Controls are installed as a group that will consist of transmitters (your controllers and programmers) that send command signals over AC lines to receivers (your switching modulesWall Receptacle Modules, Wall Switch Modules, for example). The switching modules respond to commands from controllers by switching their assigned loads ON or OFF, or by dimming and brightening lighting. are not equipped to respond, or using the wrong receiver to control a specific type of lighting, e.g., low-voltage lighting with 6383). 4. Electrical Noise on AC Lines Some electrical loads trickle electronic clutter onto the AC lines. This clutter alters or masks the Decora Home Controls command signal so that receiver modules either cant recognize it or cant read a complete command signal sequence. Examples of noisy loads include some dimmers, some color televisions, over-the-wire intercoms, high-speed motors, high frequency ballasts, and others. This is why the installation of an HCA02-10E System Amplifier Module in every panel is imperative to ensure adequate signal strength. 5. Electrical System Alterations Occasionally Decora Home Controls that have been working perfectly for years suddenly appear to malfunction for no apparent reason. Often, the cause rests with some change made to the homes electrical wiring, which affects command signal coupling, transmission or controller location. 6. Faulty Hardware From time to time receivers, controllers or signal couplers break down and need to be replaced. Equipment failure, however, is the least likely cause of Decora Home Controls operational problems. All Decora Home Controls are essentially solid-state and therefore very reliable. In fact, most Decora Home Controls returned to Leviton under warranty are found to be operating perfectly when tested by our engineers. 7. Use of Incompatible Surge Protection Use only surge protective devices that are compatible with DHC powerline carrier signaling. They allow the signals to pass through in their frequency range while filtering out other unwanted noise. Based on the foregoing 7 items, a consistent troubleshooting methodology has been developed. Usually, you will be able to identify the problem by process of elimination, meaning you find out where the problem is by verifying where it isnt. This is actually the fastest and most reliable troubleshooting method because it quickly eliminates properly functioning Decora Home Controls devices from suspicion. The DHC installer should document each installation, keeping accurate records of the products used, when they were put in, the loads they control, the addresses used for each transmitter and receiver group, any difficulties encountered during installation and how they were solved. Should a system develop problems afterward, the installer should begin by asking the user if any modifications were made to the wiring grid and if any new equipment was introduced since the installation was completed.

Useful Troubleshooting Concepts


Based on the brief operating description just given, you might expect that any improper operation encountered in a Decora Home Controls installation could be blamed on either the controller, command signal, or receivers. Thats only partly true. Based on years of field work, the actual reasons for improper operation fall into six categories. Listed in order of importance, these are: 1. Improper Installation This is by far the most common source of trouble. In particular, receiver modules are often wired incorrectly (i.e., reversing the HOT LEAD and LOAD LEAD, overloading, underloading, and not setting proper address codes). 2. Improper or Insufficient Signal Coupling This is the next most common source of trouble. It is absolutely vital for strong command signals to reach every part of the homes electrical system from which controlled loads draw power. 3. Misapplication This is a problem that involves asking Decora Home Controls to do the impossible (attempting to dim incandescent lighting using a module that is not equipped for dimming, or attempting to execute ALL LIGHTS ON commands to modules that

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Troubleshooting

TROUBLESHOOTING

DHC Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting Procedure Chart

CHECK (IN ORDER)

HOW TO PROCEED
SEE PAGE TS5TS6

1. 2. 3.
Troubleshooting

CONTROLLER UNITS (TRANSMITTERS)

SWITCHING MODULES

SEE PAGE TS6TS7

SIGNAL QUALITY

SEE PAGE TS7TS8

4.

ELECTRONIC NOISE INTERFERENCE

SEE PAGE TS8TS9

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TROUBLESHOOTING

DHC Troubleshooting
Checklist Procedures
Checklist implementation will take place in an ordered sequence. First, controllers will be checked. This is because its fairly easy to check for proper controller operation. Also, if controllers are not working, other Decora Home Controls devices will not be issued command signals. The second step is to check modules that may be giving trouble. Thats because an inoperative module may be faulty itself or it may provide clues about problems elsewhere. Having verified proper controller and module operation, the final steps in checking a home with Decora Home Controls will be to verify adequate signal coupling, and to discover if there is electronic noise on the AC lines.

Signal Strength Indicator

Necessary Troubleshooting and Testing Equipment


Apart from the standard tools such as pliers, screwdrivers, etc., troubleshooting requires: 1. Cat. No. 6386 Signal Strength Indicator. 2. Testing procedures outlined in this guide. 3. Instruction sheets for all modules and controllers being tested.

CAUTION: IN SOME CASES TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURES WILL HAVE TO BE CARRIED OUT USING LIVE CIRCUIT CONDUCTORS. BE SURE TO EXERCISE EXTREME CARE AND TAKE PROPER PRECAUTIONS TO PREVENT ELECTRICAL SHOCK.

Cat. No. 6386

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Troubleshooting

TROUBLESHOOTING

DHC Troubleshooting
Confirming Proper Operation of Control Units
Testing the Plug-In Controller (Cat. No. 6320-Table Top Controller) 1. Set the controller to transmit command signals to address P1. (For more information on how to address controller output, see the instruction manual provided with your command unit.) The controller must be set to transmit to P1 because this is the only address code the Cat. No. 6386 Signal Strength Indicator can monitor. 2. Plug Cat. No. 6386 Signal Strength Indicator into the free half of the duplex receptacle that powers the controller (receptacle must be single-branch-circuit-wired). If the controller is supplied with line current by a single receptacle, plug the 6386 into some other receptacle on the same branch circuit. 3. Transmit P1 ON and P1 OFF from the controller you are testing. 4. Observe the signal strength level shown by the Cat. No.6386. Signal strength must be 2 volts minimum at the Hi-Range setting. If the controller transmits less than 2 volts of signal, it is faulty and must be replaced. If the yellow ERROR CONDITION indicator is lit, it means there is electronic noise on the line that will mask command signals sent by Decora Home Controls controllers, or prevent them from ever being sent by the controller. The source of this noise will have to be identified and eliminated or filtered out. See section titled Electronic Noise Interference for details. 5. Observe if signal lamp of HCA02-10E blinks. It must blink to indicate that the signal is being received and amplified. 6. Set the controller to transmit the desired address codes for return to normal operation. Testing is complete. Testing Wired-In Controllers 1. Interrupt power to the wall-mounted controller you are testing at fuse or circuit breaker. 2. Set the controller you are testing to transmit to address P1. (For more information on addressing controller output, see the instruction sheet provided with the unit.) 3. Install a pair of 6 to 8 inch testing leads, made of AWG #s 2012 solid or stranded wire, as shown in Figure 1. Be sure that the metal ends of the testing leads are not touching each other, any metal fittings, tubing, conduit or boxes. 4. Restore power to controller being tested at fuse or circuit breaker. 5. Connect the Cat. No 6386 to testing leads using alligator clips as shown in Figure 1. 6. Observe the signal strength level shown by the Cat. No. 6386 Signal Strength Indicator. Signal strength must be 2V minimum at the Hi-Range setting. If the controller transmits less than 2 volts, it is faulty and must be replaced. If the yellow ERROR CONDITION indicator is lit, it means there is electronic noise on the line that will mask the signal or prevent it from being transmitted by the controller. The source of this noise will have to be identified and eliminated or filtered out. See the section titled Electronic Noise Interference for details. 7. Observe if the HCA02-10E signal lamp blinks in response to signal. It must blink to indicate that the signal is being received and amplified. 8. Turn off power at fuse or circuit breaker to the controller you are testing. Remove testing leads and properly wire and reinstall the controller or replace it if it was found to be faulty. 9. Restore the controller to transmit the desired address codes for return to normal operation. 10. Restore power at fuse or circuit breaker. Testing is complete.

Signal Strength Indicator Test Set Up

SCENE 1 SCENE 2 SCENE 3 SCENE 4 SCENE 5 SCENE 6 SCENE 7 OFF

TEST LEADS

WALL MOUNTED CONTROLLER

ALLIGATOR CLIPS

Figure 1

CAT. NO. 6386 SIGNAL STRENGTH INDICATOR

Troubleshooting

NOTE: These testing leads will provide a signal source for the Cat. No.6386 Signal Strength Indicator using alligator clips as shown in Figure 1. As an alternative to installing testing leads when checking 120V wall-mounted controllers, you can monitor signal strength by plugging the Cat. No. 6386 into a 120V receptacle that draws power from the same branch circuit as the controller you are testing.

WARNING: WHEN POWER IS RESTORED, THE CIRCUIT CONDUCTORS, CONTROLLER LEADS, AND TESTING LEADS WILL BE LIVE. BE SURE TO EXERCISE EXTREME CARE AND TAKE PROPER PRECAUTIONS TO PREVENT ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
When testing the Cat. No. HCC1A-1TW and 16400/16450-1A series Wall Mounted Controllers, IT WILL NOT BE POSSIBLE TO GET AN ACCURATE SIGNAL USING THE CAT. NO. 6386 SIGNAL STRENGTH INDICATOR. The 6386 can only read P1 ON and P1 OFF command signals. The HCC1A-1TW and 16400/16450-1A series can only transmit ALL LIGHTS ON and ALL OFF signals to a selected Letter Code. If you suspect that a HCC1A-1TW or 16400/16450-1A series controller is malfunctioning, test it by attempting to control a module that responds to ALL LIGHTS ON, set to the same Letter Code as the controller, that draws current from the same branch circuit as the controller. Only Cat. Nos. HCM06 and HCM10, 6290, 6291 and 6293, 6343, 6375, 6376, 6383,16293, 16383, can respond to ALL LIGHTS ON. All receiver modules respond to ALL OFF. For more information, refer to the instruction sheets provided with the HCCxx series and 16400/16450 series units.

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DHC Troubleshooting
Additional NotesTesting Wired-in Controllers [NOTEAll HCCxx series and 16400/16450 Wall-Mounted Controllers (see Catalog Listing) monitor the AC line for presence of Decora Home Controls command signals already on the line from another source. [If they detect such a signal they will hold off their own signal transmission until the line is clear. Likewise, they will not transmit command signals if there is noise on the line.] However, Cat. Nos. 6315 and 6316 Dry Contact Transmitters monitor the line by means of a special polling process. Consequently, if any two of these controllers are transmitting to the same NUMBER CODE (regardless of the House Code) at the same time, both signal transmissions will be lost. See the instruction sheet provided with Cat. Nos. 6315 or 6316 for more information. Wall-mounted controllers that are equipped to dim also transmit ON and OFF commands that can be picked up by ANY Decora Home Controls switch module. However, DIM and BRIGHT commands can only be picked up by Cat. Nos. HCM06 and HCM10, 6290, 6376, 6343, 6381, 6383, 16383 and HCP03. NOTE: ONLY THE MODULES LISTED CAN RESPOND TO DIM/BRIGHT COMMANDS. DIMMING WILL NOT BE POSSIBLE WITH MODULES OTHER THAN THOSE LISTED . If testing the Cat. Nos. HCCPG-1TW and 6312 Programmers, check to be certain that faulty programming is not responsible for improper operation of the controller. For more information on checking programming and general operation of the Programmers, see the instruction sheet supplied with the unit. No more than 4 Controllers should be installed on a single branch circuit. Conclusions From Testing Controllers If testing of the controller reveals: The controller is transmitting command signal at a strength of 2V or more, There is no noise on the AC line supplying power to the controller, or Programmed schedules (if applicable) entered in the controller are correct, then the reason for any erratic or improper operation of Decora Home Components is NOT THE FAULT OF THE CONTROLLER. It will be necessary to proceed with testing of modules and coupling equipment. 3. Confirm that the load being controlled is in proper working order (i.e., check for burned-out bulbs, etc.). 4. Confirm that the module is set to the proper House Code and Number Code. 5. Confirm that the load being controlled does not exceed the module rating (including start-up). 6. Check to see whether the module chatters, instead of switching properly, when it receives a command signal. Modules may chatter because line voltage is too low, signal strength is insufficient, or wiring connections are bad. If a module chatters when these conditions do not exist, it is faulty and must be replaced. 7. Confirm that the intended application of the module is possible based on the limitations (if any) outlined in the units instruction sheet. For instance, confirm that dimming isnt being attempted using a module that cant dim. IMPORTANT: If a check of items 1-7 above doesnt uncover the reason for improper operation, the fault does not lie with the module. Assuming you have already confirmed that your command unit works properly, proceed with steps 8A, B and C. 8. Check for adequate command signal strength at the module location as follows: APress the test button on the HCA02-10E System Amplifier Module. BUsing the Cat. No. 6386 Signal Strength Indicator at the receptacle locations, check the command signal amplitude. Signal strength must be 100 mV minimum. If there is less than 100 mV of signal present, check Signal Bridge installation and operation. If no Signal Bridge is present, it is necessary to install one to assure sufficient signal strength throughout the wiring system. See the section titled Ensuring Signal Quality for details. CIf the yellow ERROR CONDITION indicator is lit on the Cat No. 6386, there is electronic noise present on the AC line that interferes with proper module operation. The source of this noise must be identified and eliminated, or filtered out. See the section titled Electronic Noise Interference for details. Additional Notes-Testing Modules The duplex Cat. Nos. 6296 and 6298 DHC receptacle modules have sense control built in. The sense control feature allows any load plugged into a receptacle module to be turned on or off manually using the loads own ON / OFF switch. Occasionally, when receptacle modules equipped with sensecontrol are used to control transformer-equipped loads, a trickle of electrical noise (emitted when the transformer is off) will trigger the modules sense-control circuit. This makes it appear that the controller cannot be turned off, when, actually, the load is being turned off and then back on again only milliseconds later by the noise from the offending transformer. If this occurs, the best solution is to replace the existing module with a similarly rated module that does not have sense control, such as Cat. Nos. 6296 and 6298 Wall-mounted Receptacle Receivers.

Confirming Proper Operation of Switching Modules


The following testing procedure is applicable to all Decora Home Controls modules in a general way. However, because of the number of module types available, there will inevitably be certain operating characteristics unique to individual modules that cannot be covered in this manual. Therefore, when testing module operation, use the following procedure as a guide, but be sure to also check the instruction sheets provided with the modules you will be checking. Step-By-Step Testing 1. Confirm that the module is powered. 2. Confirm that the module is wired exactly as shown in the diagram on the instruction sheet.

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TROUBLESHOOTING

DHC Troubleshooting
Where a dimming application is required, ONLY the following modules will respond to DIM and BRIGHT commands: Cat. Nos. 6290, 6376, 6381, 6383, 16383, 6343, HCM06, HCM10 and HCP03. IMPORTANT: If ALL LIGHTS ON commands are issued, ONLY Wall Switch modules and Fixture Relay modules will respond. Wall Receptacle modules WILL NOT respond to ALL LIGHTS ON commands. Conclusions From Testing Modules Assuming you have verified proper controller performance, and also assuming you have checked module instruction sheets and performed the module troubleshooting steps and the cause for malfunction has not yet been revealed, then improper operation of your Decora Home Controls installation is due to intermittent electric noise in the AC system or inadequate signal coupling. The following sections, Coupling Phases on the Secondary Side of the Single Transformer and Identifying and Eliminating Electrical Noise, will help in correcting noise/coupling problems. In a typical 120/240 V three-wire system, the controller could draw its power from line 1. As a result, the signal strength throughout the line 1 side of the circuit network should be very good. Signal strength may not be as good on the line 2 side, due to signal strength lost during the crossover from line 1 to line 2. In order to ensure good signal strength on both sides of the wiring system, a Cat. No. HCA02-10E System Amplifier Module should be installed as shown in the figure below. In some large 120/240V three-wire systems, the DHC command signal is attenuated (meaning it fades away). Even in some smaller systems the DHC signal is attenuated by line losses that result from deteriorating insulation or a large number of loads. In addition, aluminum wire and service cable oxidize rapidly with normal use causing noise on the AC power line. This can be avoided by: 1. Sealing the aluminum wires at connection point. 2. Making sure all connections are tight. 3. Using only copper wire, if possible. NOTE: A Cat. No. HCA02-10E System Amplifier Module should be installed in all panels in every DHC installation.

Ensuring Signal Quality


Coupling Phases in a Home with Sub Panels Downline from the Main Panel. See Figure 2 The Cat. No. HCA02-10E System Amplifier Module is used to connect both legs of a 120/240 volt wiring system in residences to provide an essential path for command signals to travel throughout the entire AC wiring system.
N LINE 1 LINE 2
15A CIRCUIT BREAKER WHITE LEAD

Troubleshooting

120V LOAD

HCA02-10E
CONTROLLER RED LEAD BLACK LEAD

Figure 2Typical 120/240V Residential Power Supply

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Figure 3 on page 38 shows 120/240V three-wire system as well as 120/208V three-phase wiring schematics for the Cat. No. 6201 Signal Amplifier. Troubleshoot as follows: NOTE: It is assumed you have verified proper functioning of controllers and receiver modules before checking signal coupling. 1. Confirm that there actually is a HCA02-10E present. 2. Confirm the HCA02-10E is properly wired exactly as shown. 3. Confirm that the 15 Amp breakers to the HCA02-10E are ON. 4. Confirm that green power lamp is on. 5. Confirm that power lamp blinks in response commands issued by all DHC devices. 6. Press the test button on HCA02-10E. 7. Check signal strength at various module locations on the line side that powers the controller using a cat. no. 6386 Signal Strength Tester. Signal amplitude must be at least 100 mV for proper module operation. NOTE: IF LESS THAN 100 mV OF SIGNAL APPEARS AT ANY OF THE RECEIVER LOCATIONS TESTED, CONTACT YOUR NEAREST LEVITON TECHNICAL SUPPORT REPRESENTATIVE. begin with, all command pulses are situated at zero crossing because thats the quietest point of the AC sine wave. (By contrast, the 90 degree and 270 degree peaks on the AC sine wave are noisiest.) In addition, the command signals themselves are actually a very complex, structured binary code that occupies 22 cycles on the power line. Its repeated every time a signal is sent. Consequently, there is very little chance that any module will mistake stray electrical noise for real command signal because its statistically improbable for noise to perfectly mimic a command signal sequence. Nevertheless, despite these precautions, there are cases when the electrical noise is so strong or so wide spread that it simply overwhelms the noise protection designed into Decora Home Controls components. This noise threshold has exceeded acceptable limits if, during signal strength testing, the yellow ERROR CONDITION indicator on the Cat. No. 6386 Signal Strength Indicator lights up. In addition, the HCCxx series, 6315, 6316 and 16400/16450 series controllers constantly monitor the AC lines which power them for the presence of command signal. The reason these controllers monitor the powerline is to prevent superimposing their own command signal transmissions over commands which are already simultaneously on the AC line from other controllers. So if one of the above-mentioned controllers sees a command signal on the line, it will wait for the end of the signal before beginning to transmit its own command sequence. However, if electrical noise is strong enough to register on the Cat. No. 6386 ERROR CONDITION indicator, it is also strong enough to be mistaken for command signal by these controllers. If that happens, the controllers will wait for the noise to clear before sending their command signals. But if the noise doesnt clear up, then the command signals may never be released by the controller. This is bad on two counts: Decora Home Controls components stop functioning properly AND the mistaken impression is created that a controller is defective because it wont transmit when, actually, the controller is working perfectly but is being blocked from transmitting by noise. Another possibility is that the noise will stop. But it may stop a few minutes after a controller originally tried to transmit a command. During those few minutes, the controller has been storing that command signal, patiently waiting for the noise to clear before transmitting it. So when the noise stops, the signal is transmitted, and the appropriate load responds as it should. However, the user will generally not associate this switching operation with the command he or she tried to send a short while ago, so the impression is created that loads are going on and off by themselves when this is not really true at all. The bottom line is that this noise must be corrected in order for Decora Home Controls to function properly. There is no hard and fast rule for identifying which loads generate noise. Noise sources vary from one installation to another. Some have no noise troubles, some have a few, occasionally, noise can be a real problem. Experience has shown, however, that the following list of load types are the most likely sources of noise interference.

Electronic Noise Interference


General Considerations Ideally, all AC residential wiring system should supply clean, stable 60Hz line current at the required voltage. Unfortunately, in the real world, this just isnt true. In fact, there are all sorts of electrical spikes, sags, clutter, and AC waveform disturbances afflicting most power supplies. Regardless of their cause, we can lump all of these disturbances on the AC lines under the general classification

Electrical Noise
Depending on its frequency, amplitude and type, this noise may interfere with proper functioning of the Decora Home Controls either in whole or in part. This is because the Decora Home Controls command signal is a very precise binary code transmitted on the AC power sine curve. As a result, the controller must have access to a clean AC sine wave on which to deposit signal pulses, and modules must be able to monitor a clean AC sine wave from which to read the command signal pulses. Now, of course, its not reasonable to expect that any AC system will be completely noise free. Therefore, all Decora Home Controls components have been designed to tolerate a considerable amount of noise and still continue functioning perfectly. Leviton DHC receivers have been equipped with a special circuit called Intellisense Gated Automatic Gain Control. Intellisense provides DHC receiver modules with outstanding noise immunity during the critical zero-crossing interval of the 60Hz AC sine wave. This is the point where command signals are sent, and its also the point where the receivers could be disrupted by electrical interference. Some receivers from other manufacturers have a less sophisticated form of gain control, but it can cause a loss of sensitivity to command signals. Only Leviton DHC receiver modules have Intellisense Gated Automatic Gain Control. To

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DHC Troubleshooting
Wireless Powerline-Carrier Intercoms: These are intercoms which use existing AC lines for voice transmission. They encode the speakers voice as a series of powerline carrier pulses which are then picked up and recreated at receiving intercoms. This is the one type of load which is totally incompatible with the Decora Home Controls. It cannot be filtered or relocated. In order for Decora Home Controls to work properly, any and all wireless powerline-carrier intercoms must be removed. There is no other solution to the noise problem created by these units. Electronic Ballasts/Transformers: These are occasionally noisy when first installed, but they become noisier as they age. In particular, electronic ballasts which are approaching failure at the end of a 35 year service life put out overwhelming electrical noise. Instant-On Color TV Sets: Many of these sets employ degaussing mechanisms to sweep static electricity off their picture tubes and dump it as noise through their line cords. Computer Printers: Generally, these devices will create disturbances only as they are actually printing. Video Display Terminals: Most terminals do not normally transmit noise. However, older terminals, especially older terminals on the verge of failure, can be noisy. High-Speed Motor Loads: Devices of this sort which can be noisy include grinders, motor-driven paint sprayers, centrifuges, vacuum cleaners, hair dryers, electric razors blenders, mixers and food processors. Dimmers: In particular, larger incandescent dimmers can often cause disturbances on the AC line. Once you have identified the noise source by means of the procedures to be described shortly, you have several options to choose from for eliminating the noise: 1. If possible, simply remove the noisy equipment and take it out of service permanently. (This is the only option with wireless intercoms). 2. If the noise is coming from a 125V load equipped with a line cord (for instance, a TV set), use a Cat. No. 6288 PlugIn Noise Filter. This is a small device, about the size of a cigarette pack. Simply plug the offending appliance into the 6288, and then plug the 6288 into a standard 125V receptacle. The 6288 will allow line current to feed the appliance as normal, but will filter out any electrical noise being transmitted from the load plugged into itself. 3. If the source of noise is a 125V wired-in load, a Cat. No. 6287 Noise Block must be mounted in its own wallbox or other electrical enclosure as close to the offending load as possible. The 6287 is equipped with leads that are connected to branch circuit conductors at the same point as the power leads for the offending load. The 6287 leads may be connected phase to neutral for noisy 120 volt loads. If the offending loads are especially noisy, it may be necessary to use two 6287s wired in parallel to completely eliminate the interference. 4. HID lighting may also interfere with DHC modules. Generally, the interference will affect only the DHC switch module actually controlling the HID lighting, but in some instances other DHC modules may be affected as well. The interference usually occurs when the HID lighting is shut off. At shutdown, the HID lighting leaks a great deal of electrical noise which often switches the DHC module controlling the lighting back ON. The appearance is that the DHC module cannot be turned off from controllers. Actually, it does go off, but is then immediately turned back on by the electrical noise from its HID fixture. To locate noisy loads, press test button on HCA02-10E to send test signals repeatedly. When the Cat. No. 6386 Signal Strength Indicator yellow ERROR CONDITION indicator lights up, start turning off breakers for branch circuits drawing power off the same phase as the AC lines you are monitoring. When you turn off a particular breaker or group of breakers which cause the ERROR CONDITION light to go out, make a note of which branch circuits they disable. Once you have identified all sources of noise, apply one or more of the three remedies specified earlier in this chapter.

Troubleshooting

Older Contactor Relays: As springs weaken in aging devices, contact bounce causes disturbance of the AC waveform. Piezoelectric Devices: Generally, these cause sharp momentary spikes on the AC line. Any powerline carrier devices other than the Decora Home Controls: If any devices or systems communicate by means of powerline carrier signals they will interfere with Decora Home Controls transmission and reception. Improperly installed Decora Home Controls: In those cases where Decora Home Controls are installed with improper termination of neutral leads (i.e., mistakenly connected to ground), the incorrectly installed devices will generate noise.

Locating and Eliminating Sources Of Noise


In order to locate electrical noise, use test button of HCA0210E System Amplifier Module to send signal and a Cat. No. 6386 Signal Strength Indicator will be needed. The Cat. No. 6386 cannot just be connected to line current and produce an ERROR CONDITION noise indication if noise is present. Instead, the Cat. No. 6386 must pick up command signals which are being disrupted by noise before its yellow ERROR CONDITION indicator can light.

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DHC APPLICATIONS
Decora Home Controls provide the outstanding flexibility needed to create a home automation system with customized control capability. Whether it's remote control capability for convenience, motion detection for enhanced home security, automated remote control of lighting and appliances for energy savings, or 3-way and 4-way light switching without expensive rewiring; there's an easy-to-install, cost-effective DHC system for any application. The following section provides typical examples of DHC layouts. These examples are just some of the many possible DHC applications that meet the needs of small-scale or large-scale home automation systems, and everything in-between. DHC offers the widest choice in Home Controls.

APPLICATIONS

DHC Suggested Application Layouts


Fast, Economical Home Automation with DHC
Decora Home Controls can be used to modernize and automate the operations of any home. With some basic system knowledge and a little planning, DHC can add timeand labor-saving features through automated remote control of lights and appliances. This can take place from one or several key locations in the home, from outside or inside using remote controllers, or in response to sensor units. Pre-lighted pathways, entranceways, and detached buildings can make the home safer. Dimming the room lights for TV viewing can make that activity more relaxing. Security DHC offers significant security benefits to todays homeowner. Designated outdoor lighting can be switched in response to motion detected by a passive infrared sensor, to enhance safety and security. Lights and appliances in an unoccupied home can be programmed to turn on and off within a userselected time range to give the home an occupied look. The ALL LIGHTS ON feature can serve as a panic button to permit immediate investigation of late-night noise and deter would-be intruders. Energy Conservation Now more than ever, the conservation of electrical energy is important to the homeowner. Automated remote control of lighting and appliances with DHC is an effective way to overcome energy waste and manage power consumption. Cycling air conditioners, attic fans, pool pumps, heaters, and outdoor lighting not only improves efficiency, but also trims energy costs. Remote control of TVs, audio systems and lights in childrens rooms, basements, garages and other outlying areas, permits easy shut-down from one location. And using the DHC telephone transponder, homeowners can access control of their DHC systems from any touch-tone phone. Economic Wiring Alternatives DHC offers an economic alternative to traditional wiring methods used in new construction and remodeling. It eliminates the need for troublesome 3- and 4-way circuit wiring. Switching and dimming large banks of lighting is simplified by the use of DHC dimming controller and receiver modules. Wall controllers can save the expense and labor typically associated with an outdoor or patio lighting project.

MASTER BEDROOM HCC1A-1TW LIVING ROOM

PATIO HCS10-1SW DINING ROOM HCS10-1SW

MASTER BATH

ENTRY KITCHEN

Suggested Application Layouts

BATH 2 6417 SENSOR BEDROOM 2

HCA02-10E SYSTEM AMPLIFIER

GARAGE

Figure 1 House Plan #11100 sq. ft 2 Bed 2 Bath

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DHC Suggested Application Layouts


Figure 2House Plan #23,000 sq. ft. 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath

FAMILY ROOM

BEDROOM BEDROOM 3 2 DINING ROOM LIVING ROOM


HCS101SW
BATH 2

HCS10-1SW

HCM10-1SW

KITCHEN

HCS101SW

HCM101SW

MASTER BATH

WALK-IN CLOSET

HALL MASTER BEDROOM BALCONY

WALK-IN CLOSET

HCS10-1SW 6417 Sensor

HCC4D-1TW HCCS7-1TW

GARAGE
HCA02-10E System Amplifier

BEDROOM 4 FIRST FLOOR

RETREAT/ OPTIONAL BEDROOM 5

SECOND FLOOR

Figure 3Typical Layout for Residence

Porch Light

HCM10-1SW Master BR Light Workshop Storage 6227-I 6227-I HCM10-1SW Kitchen Light HCCS71TW Front Door 6417-W HCC4A1TW Panel HCA02-10E System Amplifier HCM101SW Living Rm Light Driveway HCM101SW

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APPLICATIONS

DHC Suggested Application Layouts


Figure 4Typical Economy Package Figure 6Typical Medium Package

Controllers
HCC1A1TW* Set Code D1 (Master Bedroom)

MAIN PANEL

Receivers
HCS101SW

Controllers
HCCS71TW* Set Code B1 (Front Door) (Master Bedroom)

MAIN PANEL

Receivers
HCS101SW

HCA0210E System Amplifier

Set Code D1 (Front Entry)

HCA0210E System Amplifier

Set Code B1 (Front Entry) (Front Lights) (Back Lights) MS00R6291-WI 10W

6417 Set Code D1 (Outdoors)

HCS106291-WI 1SW Set Code D2 (Back Patio)

6312 Set Code B1 (Kitchen) 6313 6314 Set Code B1 (Plug-In Recep.)

6313 6314 Set Code D1 (Plug-In Recep.)

HCM101SW Set Code D3 (Kitchen)

HCM101SW Set Code B3 (Dining Room)

CONTROLLERS RECEIVERS 1HCC1A-1TW Controller 3HCS10-1SW Switches 16417 Passive Infrared or HCM10-1SW Dimmers Controller 16313 Hand-Held Remote Controller 16314 Plug-In Transceiver 1HCA02-10E System Amplifier *OPTIONS: 1HCC10-1TWOne AddressON/OFF Controller

CONTROLLERS RECEIVERS 2HCCS7-1TW Controllers 4HCS10-1SW Switches 16312 Wall Mount or HCM10-1SW Dimmers Programmer 16313 Hand-Held Remote Controller 16314 Plug-In Transceiver 1MS00R-10W Multi Remote 1HCA02-10E System Amplifier *OPTIONS: 1HCC4D-1TWThree ON/OFF & One Dimmer 1HCC4A-1TWThree ON/OFF & One ALL ON/OFF

Figure 5Typical Value Package

Figure 7Typical Premium Package


Controllers
HCCS71TW* Set Code C1 (Front Door) (Kitchen) (Garage Door) (Patio Door) (Master Bedroom)
HCCPG1TW

Controllers
HCC1A1TW* Set Code A1 (Front Door)

MAIN PANEL

Receivers
HCS101SW

MAIN PANEL

Receivers
HCS101SW

HCA0210E System Amplifier

Set Code A1 (Front Entry)

Suggested Application Layouts

HCA0210E System Amplifier

Set Code C1-C4 (Front Entry) (Front Lights) (Back Lights) (Garage Lights) 6291-WI 6280 Set Code C2 (Stairway) (Hallway) (Master Bedroom) HCM101SW Set Code C8 (Dining Room)

6320 Set Code A1 (Kitchen)

HCS106291-WI 1SW

Set Code C1-C8 (Kitchen)

6313 6314 Set Code A1 (Plug-In Recep.)

HCM101SW Set Code A3 (Dining Room)

6313 6314 Set Code C1 (Plug-In Recep.) (Home & Car)

CONTROLLERS RECEIVERS 1HCC1A-1TW Controller 3HCS10-1SW Switch 16320 Table Top Controller or HCM10-1SW Dimmer 16313 Hand-Held Remote Controller 16314 Plug-In Transceiver 1HCA02-10E System Amplifier *OPTIONS: 1HCC1A-1TWOne AddressALL ON/ALL OFF Controller 1HCC2D-1TWTwo ON/OFF & One Dimmer 1HCC4D-1TWFour ON/OFF & One Dimmer 1HCC4A-1TWThree ON/OFF & One ALL ON/OFF

CONTROLLERS RECEIVERS 5HCCS7-1TW Controllers 16280 Duplex Wall Receptacle 1HCCPG-1TW DHC Toscana 10HCS10-1SW Switches Deluxe Programmer or HCM10-1SW Dimmers 26313 Hand-Held Remote Controller 16314 Plug-In Transceiver 1HCA02-10E System Amplifier *OPTIONS: 1HCC4D-1TWFour ON/OFF & One DIMMER 1HCC4A-1TWThree ON/OFF & One ALL ON/OFF

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DHC Suggested Application Layouts


Figure 8Typical Convenience Package Figure 9Typical Dry Contact Package

Controllers
HCC4D1TW* Set Code E1 (Front Door)

MAIN PANEL

Receivers
HCS101SW

Controllers
HCC1A1TW* Set Code F1 (Garage Door)

MAIN PANEL

Receivers
6337

HCA0210E System Amplifier

Set Code E1 (Front Entry) (Living Room) HCS106291-WI 1SW Set Code E2 (Kitchen) (Garage) HCM101SW Set Code E3 (Dining Room)

6312 Set Code E1 (Kitchen)

HCA0210E System Amplifier

Set Code F1 (Automatic Garage Door)

6313 6314 Set Code F1 (Plug-In Recep.)

6337 Set Code E3 (Automatic Front Gate)

6313 6314 Set Code E1 (Plug-In Recep.)

CONTROLLERS RECEIVERS 1HCC4D-1TW Four ON/OFF 5HCS10-1SW Switches and One DIMMER or HCM10-1SW Dimmers 16313 Hand-Held Remote Controller 16314 Plug-In Transceiver 1HCA02-10E System Amplifier *OPTIONS: 1HCC4A-1TWThree ON/OFF & One ALL ON/OFF 16312 Wall Mount Programmer

CONTROLLERS RECEIVERS 1HCC1A-1TW Controller 26337 Universal Modules 16313 Hand-Held Remote 25325 Standard Receptacles Controller 16314 Plug-In Transceiver 1HCA02-10E System Amplifier *OPTIONS: 1Momentary or Maintained Contact Closure 2With or Without Alarm

Figure 10Ideal for the Elderly and Physically-Challenged

UNIVERSAL DESIGN

6313 Handheld Remote Controller sends addressed ON/Off signal to 6314 transceiver via Radio Frequency (RF) which sends ON/OFF signal to single-pole switch receiver HCS10-1SW on power line.

6313

HCS10-1SW

6314

Figure 11Outbuilding/Greenhouse

GREENHOUSE

CONVENIENCE

HOUSE
The HCC1A-1TW switch controller sends addressed ON/OFF signal to HCS10-1SW switch receiver on power line, conveniently controlling greenhouse lighting from the house.

HCC1A1TW

HCS101SW

300 FT.

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Suggested Application Layouts

APPLICATIONS

DHC Suggested Application Layouts


Figure 12Pesky Barking Dog Control

COMFORT
When that pesky dog next door is barking simply press the HCC1A-1TW ALL LIGHTS ON/ALL OFF SWITCH CONTROLLER to send ON/OFF addressed signal to 6337 on power line. 6337 sends low voltage signal telling the sprinkler valve to open or close.

HCC1A-1TW

BARK! BARK!

6337

Figure 13Wood Burning Stove Vent

SAFETY
The homeowner can use a 6313 universal low voltage module to send RF ON/OFF signal with address code to 6314-W remote transceiver, which sends ON/OFF over power line to HCS10-1SW, switch receiver which opens or closes motorized stove vent.

6313

HCS101SW

6314-W

Suggested Application Layouts

Figure 14Remote Controlled Boathouse Lights

As boat comes to dock at night, homeowner selects ON address on 6313 handheld remote controller. The signal travels via RF to 6314-W remote transceivers at Boat House and sends an address command via power line to HCS10-1SW switch receivers to light Boat House/Dock area.

6313

HCS10-1SW

HCS10-1SW

6314

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DHC Suggested Application Layouts


Figure 15Model Home VCR
This application is ideal in a model home showroom, doctor and dentist offices. A VCR with a continuous loop tape is plugged into the 6227-I controlled receptacle. When someone enters the room the VCR turns ON and plays until the room is empty. The VCR then shuts OFF.

Figure 16Pool Area Alarm


When someone walks around the pool area the 6417 motion sensor sends a signal to the 6337 Universal Low Voltage Module activating the alarm to sound inside the house. This system is ideal for households with small children, and as a security device.

HCA02-10E System Amplifier 6417 PIR Sensor Set @ A-1

HCA02-10E System Amplifier

Panel
Panel

6337-I (In House) Set@A-2 6417 PIR Sensor (In Backyard Pool Area) Set @ A-1

VCR Plugged into 6227-I Set@A-1

Alarm sounds when motion is detected.

Figure 17Remote Controlled Garage Door

Garage Door Motor

Control Wires Standard Garage Door Switch Controller HCS10-1SW


ON-OFF

6313
E

6227-I Recptacle Receiver

O M K

HOUSE

1-8 UNIT

9-16

6314

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Suggested Application Layouts

6337-I Universal Low Voltage Module (Wired in Parallel) Set to Momentary

As guests pull up to or away from garage door, homeowner pushes button on 6313 handheld remote controller which sends addressed signal via RF to 6314 remote transceiver. The 6314 then sends that addressed signal to 6337 universal low voltage module over power line and the 6337 sends a low voltage signal to garage door motor to open or close garage door.

APPLICATIONS

DHC Suggested Application Layouts


Figure 18Pier Light Control
Installation appropriate when customer has no 3-way control for their pier lights and wants to turn on the lights from their home and pier. An added feature is the ability for the owner to control the pier lights from their boat, much like the ability to switch on the house lights from the car when approaching the house. HCA02-10E System Amplifier in Elec. Panel 6314 HCC1A1TW

HCS101SW

6313

6313

HCS10-1SW 6314

Figure 19Approaching Car

HCA02-10E System Amplifier in Elec. Panel

6417 Head Only

When car approaches, a signal is sent by the 6417 motion sensor to the HCS10-1SW to turn ON house light.

HCS10-1SW

6294

Suggested Application Layouts

Figure 20Exterior Holiday Lighting


When dusk comes DHC Photocell sends an address signal to receptacle and at set time increment, sends off address signal to control Christmas Tree.

Figure 21Walkway and Landscape Lighting


When HCC10-1TW switch controller is switched ON/OFF, an addressed signal is sent over power line to two HCS10-SWs switch receivers to control front light and pole light in unison.

6308

HCS10-1SW

6280

HCS101SW

HCC10-1TW

AP7

APPLICATIONS

DHC Suggested Application Layouts


Figure 22Garage Lights
When HCC10-1TW switch controller is switched ON/OFF, an addressed signal is sent via power line to HCS10-1SW switch receiver controlling the light on the detached garage.

Figure 24Bug Zapper


Bug Zapper plugged into receptacle receiver 6227 can be turned ON/OFF by using a 6313 handheld remote controller which sends addressed signal via "RF" to 6314-W plug-in transceiver. The 6314 sends addressed signal over power line to receptacle receiver.

HCA02-10E System Amplifier In Electric Panel

6227 6313
HCS101SW

HCC101TW

HCS101SW

6314

Figure 23Driveway Lights and Gate


To open the driveway gate, the 6417 motion sensor senses the cars approach and triggers the 6315 Maintained Dry Contact Control to send ON command to driveway lights via HCS101SW switch receivers. The lights will turn ON for 15 minutes with time delay relay. During daylight, the photocell controller will know not to turn lights on. You can also control the sliding gate from inside the house using any DHC controller (not shown).

Sliding Gate 6315

REL

TD RL PHOTO CELL

(TIME DELAY RELAY)

6417 MOTION SENSOR

HCS10-1SW

HCS10-1SW

6315

HCS10-1SW

AP8

Suggested Application Layouts

APPLICATIONS

DHC Suggested Application Layouts


Figure 25Pool Lights
Owner turns pool light ON and controls DIM/BRIGHTEN function from handheld 6313. The 6313 sends addressed signal via RF to 6314-W which sends command to HCM10-1SW over the power line.

Figure 26Homework Time TV Off


Parents can control power to TV sets when its homework time. Plug TV into receiver receptacle 6227. Send signal to controlled receptacle to turn ON or OFF using either the HCC10-1TW switch controller or via handheld remote controller 6313 from remote location.

6313

6314

6227

HCM10-1SW

6313 6314 &/or HCC10-1TW

Figure 27Security Lighting


Homeowner can control security lights controlled by HCS10-1SW receiver from remote location either via 6313 hand held remote controller and 6314-W remote transceiver combination or with an HCC10-1TW switch controller installed inside the house.

6313 6314 &/or HCC10-1TW

HCS10-1SW Yard Light

Suggested Application Layouts

Figure 28Home Entertainment System


Homeowner can operate TV, movie screen, turn ON/OFF the stereo from the comfort of the easy chair by sending addressed signal using handheld remote controller 6313 via RF to 6314-W remote transceiver. The 6314-W sends signal via power line to 6337 receiver. The 6337 then lowers or raises movie screen, turns ON/OFF TV and/or stereo.

6314 6313 6337

AP9

APPLICATIONS

DHC Suggested Application Layouts


Figure 29Garage Door Lock
Homeowner can control power to garage door motor to ensure it cant be opened while away on vacation by sending OFF addressed signal from HCC10-1TW switch controller to the 6227 receptacle receiver that garage motor is connected to.

HCC10-1TW

6227

Figure 30Control Water Heater


Homeowner can program water heater to turn ON or OFF at set time each day. HCC10-1TW switch controller sends addressed signal to HCS10-1SW switch receiver via power line, to activate or deactivate 30A contactor to operate heating coils in water heater.

30A Contactor

HCC10-1TW

HCS10-1SW

Figure 31Control Attic Fan


Homeowner can program fan in attic to turn ON/OFF at set times using 6312 Wall-mounted programmer. The 6312 sends addressed signal to HCS10-1SW switch receiver via power line to control attic fan motor.

HCS10-1SW

Vents

6312

AP10

Suggested Application Layouts

Water Heater

APPLICATIONS

DHC Suggested Application Layouts


Figure 32Open/Shut Drapery/Blind
Homeowner can use 6313 handheld remote controller to send addressed signal to 6314-W remote transceiver via RF. The 6314-W sends ON/OFF command to 6337 receiver via power line to open or shut drapes and/or blind.

Drapery/Blind Motor

6314 6313 6337

Figure 33Raise/Lower Shutters/Awnings


Homeowner can raise and lower shutters and awnings by using an HCC10-1TW switch controller and a 6337 receiver. The HCC10-1TW sends an addressed ON/OFF signal via the power line to the 6337, which raises or lowers the storm shutters or awnings.

6337
Roll Away Shutters

Roll Away Awning

HCC10-1TW

Suggested Application Layouts

Figure 34Religious Observances/Restrictions


When observing religious restrictions on the use of manual electrical devices, the HCCPG-1TW Toscana Deluxe Programmer sets times for lighting, dishwashers, TV, Stereos, [etc.], by sending addressed commands to HCS10-1SW switch receivers and 6227 receptacle receivers.

HCS101SW HCCPG-1TW 6227

6227

6227

AP11

APPLICATIONS

DHC Suggested Application Layouts


Figure 35All Lights On Panic Button Feature

SAFETY and SECURITY


Many types of lighting loads can be connected to DHC Switches & Receptacles for this safety and security application. Homeowners can retire to bed at night and switch OFF lighting throughout the home utilizing one switch controller. If a noise is heard during the night, an HCC1A-1TW switch controller installed at bedside provides an added ALL LIGHTS ON Panic Button feature.

HCC1A-1TW

HCC1A-1TW

HCM101SW 6227

HCS101SW

HCS10-1SW

Figure 36Control of Front Door and Outside Soffit Lighting from Bedroom

Front door and outside soffit lighting can be switched ON/OFF by utilizing an HCCPG-1TW Toscana Deluxe Programmer at set times for security. The same lighting can be manually operated by the HCS10-1SW switch receiver installed at the front door or by an HCC10-1TW switch controller installed in master bedroom.

HCC101TW HCS101SW

HCCPG-1TW

AP12

Suggested Application Layouts

TECHNICAL SECTION

TECHNICAL SECTION

Wiring Diagrams (Receivers)


HCM06 & HCM10-1SW/1DW Multi-Location Application
HCM06/HCM10-1SW, 1DW Remote MS00R-10 //
White LINE (Hot)
Blue Hot (Black) Black Line 120VAC, 60Hz White Green Ground Green Ground Load White Yellow Blue Yellow Black

HCM06 & HCM10-1SW/1DW Single-Pole ApplicationMagnetic Low Voltage

LOAD Black Blue

DHC Scene Capable Receiver

LOAD

Neutral (White)

Cap with Wire Connector NEUTRAL

Green Ground Yellow Lead White

HCM06 & HCM10-1SW/1DW Single-Pole ApplicationIncandescent


White LINE (Hot) Black Blue LOAD

HCM06/HCM10/HCS08-1TW Single-Pole ApplicationIncandescent

Hot (Black)

Black White

Blue Black Green Ground Load

DHC Scene Capable Receiver Green Ground Cap with Wire Connector NEUTRAL Yellow Lead

LOAD

Line 120VAC, 60Hz

White Neutral (White)

Application without Neutral Wiring HCM06/HCM10/HCS08-1TW Multi Location Incandescent


Controller HCCxx
Hot (Black)

White LINE (Hot) Black LOAD Blue

DHC Scene Capable Receiver Green Ground

Black White

Blue

Black White

LOAD
Green Ground Green Ground (10, 1A and 1D Only)

Black

Technical Section

Cap with Wire Connector NEUTRAL

Yellow Lead

Line 120VAC, 60Hz

Load

White

Application with Neutral Wiring (preferred)

Neutral (White)

Note: Always follow closely the wiring diagrams and instructions included with each Leviton DHC device.

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Wiring Diagrams (Receivers)


HCM06/HCM10/HCS08-1TW Single Magnetic Low-Voltage Application HCS10-1SW Multi-Location Application
HCS10-1SW Remote MS00R-10 //

Hot (Black)

Black White

Blue Black Green Ground


Load

Blue Hot (Black) Black White Line 120VAC, 60Hz Green Ground Yellow

Blue Yellow Black Load Green Ground White

Line 120VAC, 60Hz

White Neutral (White)


Neutral (White)

HCM06/HCM10/HCS08-1TW Multi-Location Magnetic Low-Voltage Application


HCM06/HCM10/HCS08-1TW Controller HCCxx

MS00R-10 Multi-Location Control Application


Multi-Remote MS00R-10 //
(OR PRIMARY SIDE OF MAGNETIC LOW-VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER)

HCM06/HCM10-1SW & 1DW


Blue

Hot (Black)

Black White

Blue Green Ground

Black Black White


White
Load

Blue Yellow

Hot (Black)

Black

Yellow

Black Load

Line 120VAC, 60Hz

Line 120VAC, 60Hz

Green Ground (10, 1A and 1D Only)

White
Neutral (White)

Green Ground

Green Ground

White

Neutral (White)

HCS10-1SW Single-Pole Application


HCS10-1SW

MS00R-10 Multi-Location Control Application


HCM06/HCM10-1SW & 1DW Multi-Remote MS00R-10 //
Blue Yellow

Multi-Remote MS00R-10 //
Blue Yellow

Hot (Black)

Black White

Blue Black Green Ground Load


Yellow Lead
Line 120VAC, 60Hz Hot (Black) Black White

Blue Yellow

(OR PRIMARY SIDE OF MAGNETIC LOW-VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER)

Black Load

Line 120VAC, 60Hz

Cap with Wire Connector

}
Technical Section

White
Neutral (White)

Green Ground

Green Ground

Green Ground

White

Neutral (White)

Note: Always follow closely the wiring diagrams and instructions included with each Leviton DHC device.

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Wiring Diagrams (Receivers)


6383-WI Multi-Location Incandescent Switch
CONTROL LOAD LOAD CONTROL

6371-I Double-Pole Wall Switch


LOAD

YELLOW
LINE

BLUE

6383-WI

6294

NEUTRAL 120V TO LINE

LINE-1 (BLACK)

LINE-2 (RED)

6291-WI Single-Pole (One Location) Switch 6227 Split Duplex Wall Receptacle Module
LINE NEUTRAL LOAD

CONTROLLED

WHITE LEAD
A M I E 13 9 1 5

TO NEUTRAL BLACK LEAD

6293-WI 3-Way (Multi-Location) Switch


CONTROL LOAD NEUTRAL LOAD CONTROL

TO LINE

6280 Duplex Wall Receptacle Module


LINE

GREEN LEAD TO GROUND

6293

6294

NEUTRAL 120V TO LINE


A M I E 13 9 1 5

WHITE LEAD TO NEUTRAL BLACK LEAD TO LINE

6294 3 & 4-Way (Multi-Location) Remote Switch


LINE WHITE (NEUTRAL)

BLUE LEAD Feed- through to other receptacles downstream


WHITE

Technical Section

6296/6298 Single Wall Receptacle Module


LOAD WHITE (NEUTRAL) BLUE TO LOAD TO LINE

GREEN LEAD TO GROUND

TO CONTROL

WHITE LEAD
BLACK TO LINE RED TO CONTROL 6294
M I A E 13 9 1 5

TO NEUTRAL BLACK LEAD TO LINE

6293 TO LINE

TO CONTROL

6294

Note: Always follow closely the wiring diagrams and instructions included with each Leviton DHC device.

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Wiring Diagrams (Receivers)


DPSPE-112 DPS Power Extender
Cat. No DPSPE-112 DPS Power Extender Wiring Diagram for Fluorescent Dimming Ballast Applications using Advance Mark X and Incandescent Loads Hot (Black) Control (White/Red) Dimmed Line (Blue)

DPSPE-212 DPS Power Extender


Cat. No DPSPE-212 DPS Power Extender Wiring Diagram for Fluorescent Dimming Ballast Applications using Advanced MARK VII, Lutron Eco-10 (TVE Models), MagneTek Ballastar Hot Dimmer (Black) Line Input Black Wall Box Dimmer
LINE

Dimmer Line Input

Blue

Blue

Control (White/Red)

Gray(-) Violet (+) (Purple) Class II Wiring

Neutral (White) Wall Box Dimmer

CONTROL NEUTRAL

DIMMED LINE

120 VOLT 2000VA 60HZ

Neutral (White)

CONTROL NEUTRAL

DIMMED LINE

120 VOLT 2000VA 60HZ

Cat. No DPSPE-112 DPS Power Extender

Load

Cat. No DPSPE-212 DPS Power Extender


GRAY (-) VIOLET (+) SWITCH LINE

Advanced Mark VII Motorola Helios Fluorescent Dimming Ballast

CLASS 2 OUTPUT

Green Ground Neutral (White) DPS Power Extender Line Input

(Optional) Neutral (White) White

Green Ground

White

Green Ground Neutral (White)

(Optional) Neutral (White)

White White Switched Line (Red) Black Green Ground

56 VAC
Line (Black)
0% 100% TRUE RMS VOLTMETER

DPS Power Extender Line Input

Line (Black)

NOTE: THE DPS POWER EXTENDER MAY BE CONNECTED TO THE SAME LINE INPUT AS THE WALL BOX DIMMER OR IT MAY BE CONECTED TO A SEPARATE LINE INPUT. IF THE DPS POWER EXTENDER IS CONNECTED TO A SEPARATE LINE INPUT, IT DOES NOT HAVE TO BE THE SAME PHASE AS THE INPUT TO THE WALL BOX DIMMER.

Advance Mark X Low End Light Level Calibration. Located on the front of the Power Extender. Set for 56 VAC RMS.

NOTE: THE DPS POWER EXTENDER MAY BE CONNECTED TO THE SAME LINE INPUT AS THE WALL BOX DIMMER OR IT MAY BE CONECTED TO A SEPARATE LINE INPUT. IF THE DPS POWER EXTENDER IS CONNECTED TO A SEPARATE LINE INPUT, IT DOES NOT HAVE TO BE THE SAME PHASE AS THE INPUT TO THE WALL BOX DIMMER.

DPSPE-212 DPS Power Extender


Cat. No DPSPE-212 DPS Power Extender Wiring Diagram for Fluorescent Dimming Ballast Applications using Lutron Hi-lume and Eco-10 (ECO Models) Hot Dimmer (Black) Line Input Control (White/Red) Dimmed Line (Blue) Orange

DPSPE-212 DPS Power Extender


Cat. No DPSPE-212 DPS Power Extender Wiring Diagram for Non Dim Loads Hot Dimmer (Black) Line Input Blue Control (White/Red)

Blue

Neutral (White) Wall Box Dimmer

CONTROL NEUTRAL

DIMMED LINE

120 VOLT 2000VA 60HZ

Neutral (White) Wall Box Dimmer

CONTROL NEUTRAL

DIMMED LINE

120 VOLT 2000VA 60HZ

Black Non Dim Load White

Cat. No DPSPE-212 DPS Power Extender


GRAY (-) LINE VIOLET (+) SWITCH LINE

Lutron Hi-lume Eco-10 Fluorescent Dimming Ballast

Cat. No DPSPE-212 DPS Power Extender


GRAY (-) LINE VIOLET (+) SWITCH LINE

CLASS 2 OUTPUT

CLASS 2 OUTPUT

Green Ground Neutral (White) DPS Power Extender Line Input

(Optional) Neutral (White)

White Black White Switched Line (Red) Green Ground

Green Ground Neutral (White) DPS Power Extender Line Input

(Optional) Neutral (White)

White Switched Line (Red) Line (Black)

Green Ground

Line (Black)
NOTE: The low end set must be calibrated for the LUTRON Hi-lume and Eco-10 Dimming Ballast. Refer to the Lutron Dimming Ballast Instructions for the proper calibration procedure.

NOTE: THE DPS POWER EXTENDER MAY BE CONNECTED TO THE SAME LINE INPUT AS THE WALL BOX DIMMER OR IT MAY BE CONECTED TO A SEPARATE LINE INPUT. IF THE DPS POWER EXTENDER IS CONNECTED TO A SEPARATE LINE INPUT, IT DOES NOT HAVE TO BE THE SAME PHASE AS THE INPUT TO THE WALL BOX DIMMER.

NOTE: THE DPS POWER EXTENDER MAY BE CONNECTED TO THE SAME LINE INPUT AS THE WALL BOX DIMMER OR IT MAY BE CONECTED TO A SEPARATE LINE INPUT. IF THE DPS POWER EXTENDER IS CONNECTED TO A SEPARATE LINE INPUT, IT DOES NOT HAVE TO BE THE SAME PHASE AS THE INPUT TO THE WALL BOX DIMMER.

6375/6376 Fixture Relay/Dimming fixture Module

120 VOLT SOURCE

NEUTRAL

BLUE TO LOAD

LINE

WHITE

Note: Always follow closely the wiring diagrams and instructions included with each Leviton DHC device.

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TECHNICAL SECTION

Wiring Diagrams (Controllers)


HCC10-1TW/HCC1A-1TW DHC Controllers
HCC1A-1TW DHC Scene Capable Receiver
Black Hot (Black) Black White Line 120VAC, 60Hz Green Ground Neutral (White) White
Cap with Wire Connector Yellow Lead

16400 Uni-Base Wall Mounted Controller Body with Scene Control Capability
WHITE (TO NEUTRAL)
Black

BLACK (TO PHASE "HOT")

Blue

2.75 (69.9 mm) 4.06 (103.1 mm)

Green Ground

13

Load White

*Yellow lead on 1SW & 1DW versions only

2.63 (66.8 mm)

HCC1D-1TW DHC Controller Application


HCC1D-1TW DHC Scene Capable Receiver
Black Hot (Black) Black White Line 120VAC, 60Hz Green Ground White
Cap with Wire Connector Yellow Lead Green (OR PRIMARY SIDE OF MAGNETIC LOW-VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER)

1.73 (43.9 mm)

.20 (5.1 mm) 1.72 (43.7 mm)

Blue

6312 Basic Wall Mounted Programmer


White (Neutral) Black (Hot)

Black Load

}
Black White

Ground

White

Neutral (White)

*Yellow lead on 1SW & 1DW versions only

Wallbox

HCC2D/3D/4D/4A/S7-1TW Two Location Control Application


Cat. No. 6312
HCCS7-1TW DHC Scene Capable Receiver
Black Black Line 120VAC, 60Hz Green Ground
Yellow Lead

Black White

Hot (Black)

Blue Black

(OR PRIMARY SIDE OF MAGNETIC LOW-VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER)

White

White
Cap with Wire Connector

Load

6417 Passive Infrared Transmitter


HOUSE WIRING WHITE BLACK WHITE TO LOAD WHITE TO LOAD BLACK BLACK WHITE WHITE BLUE

White

Neutral (White)

*Yellow lead on 1SW & 1DW versions only

Technical Section

HCCPG-1TW DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer

BLACK

2-WAY DHC CONTROL WITH CATALOG No. HCCPG

120 VAC/VCA, 60Hz, 3 Watts

LINE

NEUTRAL

For use with Leviton Decora Home Control Products


ASSEMBLED IN MEXICO

Listed 898F

Appliance Control

NEUTRAL (White)

HOT (Black)

Note: Always follow closely the wiring diagrams and instructions included with each Leviton DHC device.

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TECHNICAL SECTION

Wiring Diagrams (Controllers)


6308 Photocell Transmitter 6316 Momentary Dry Contact Transmitter

Black (Hot)

White (Neutral)
1 2 3 4
A C E G I HOUSE 1 3 15 13 5 11 7 UNIT 9 O M K 7 6 5 0 1 2 3 4 DELAY
A M I E 13 9 1 5

2.625 (66.67mm)

ON OFF

4.062 (103.18mm)

BLACK

2.750 (69.85mm)

Black
DARK DUSK

WHITE

Wallbox White

Cat. No. 6308 White Black

.937 (33.32mm) 1.750 (44.45mm)

.437 (11.10mm) 1.875 (47.62mm)

6315 Maintained Dry Contact Transmitter


BLACK (TO LINE)

4.062 (103.18mm)

BLACK 2.625 (66.67mm)

120 V.A.C.
M

2.750 (69.85mm)

A E I 13

1 5 9

WHITE (NEUTRAL)

WHITE

BLUE ORANGE (COMMON ) GRAY

A M I E 13

1 5 9

YELLOW BROWN

RED (COMMON +)

.937 (33.32mm) 1.750 (44.45mm)

.437 (11.10mm) 1.875 (47.62mm)

BLACK (TO LINE) 120 V.A.C.


M A E I 13 9 1 5

WHITE (NEUTRAL)

BLUE ORANGE (COMMON ) GRAY

YELLOW BROWN

RED (COMMON +)

Note: Always follow closely the wiring diagrams and instructions included with each Leviton DHC device.

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TECHNICAL SECTION

Wiring Diagrams (Network Integity Products)


HCA02-10E System Amplifier
15A DOUBLE-POLE BREAKER, OR TWO 15A S.P. BREAKERS EQUIPPED WITH HANDLE TIE

6201 System Amplifier


15A DOUBLE-POLE BREAKER, OR TWO 15A S.P. BREAKERS EQUIPPED WITH HANDLE TIE

LINE A

LINE B

LINE A

LINE B

BLACK LEAD WHITE LEAD

RED LEAD WHITE LEAD

6201
RED LEAD

HCA02-10E

BLK 2 CAPPED OFF

BLACK LEAD

For larger installations where multiple Cat. No. HCA02-10E System Amplifiers are used, they must be connected consistently:

For larger installations where multiple Cat. No. 6201 System Amplifiers are used, they must be connected consistently:

N B A B A B A
MAIN PANEL PANEL 1 RED BLK 1 PANEL 1 RED BLACK PANEL 2 RED BLACK WHITE PANEL 2 RED BLK 1

A
REDPhase A BLK 1Phase B BLK 2Capped

MAIN PANEL

6201

6201

BLK 2 CAPPED OFF

BLK 2 CAPPED OFF

REDPhase A BLACKPhase B WHITENeutral

WHITE

HCA02-10E

HCA02-10E

15A BREAKERS EQUIPPED WITH HANDLE TIE

BLACK 1 BLACK 2

51120-1/51120-3R/51120-PTC Panel Mounted Surge Protective Device (SPD)


NEUTRAL

WHITE LEAD

6201
RED

LINE A

LINE B

USE #10 STRANDED 18" LEADS

Technical Section

15A 2-POLE CIRCUIT BREAKER

51120-1

If multiple 6201 System Amplifiers are used in a 3-Phase system, all three phases must be connected on all Repeaters. If single-phase sub panels are used, only 2 phases of the 3-phase system can be used. System Amplifiers should be placed on the sub panels where the 2 phases being used exist. Note that this is not a recommended practice for new construction where DHC products will be installed. Leviton strongly recommends using 3-phase sub panels on all circuits feeding DHC products.

Note: Always follow closely the wiring diagrams and instructions included with each Leviton DHC device.

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Wiring Diagrams (Ancillary DHC Devices)


6284 Multi-Phase Blocking Coupler 6289 In-Line Noise Reducer
1.168 (29.66mm)

Breaker panel

2.600 (66.04mm)

POWER

L1 L2 L3
METER

T O L O A D 120 V

6289

L1 L 2 L3

M O D U L E

6285 Signal Attenuator


N LINE 1 LINE 2
15A CIRCUIT BREAKER 120V LOAD WHITE LEADS

6285
CONTROLLER

BLACK LEADS

6287 Noise Block


NEUTRAL LINE

BLUE LINE DHC MODULE LOAD BLACK WHITE WHITE

6287

LOAD

GREEN

Note: Always follow closely the wiring diagrams and instructions included with each Leviton DHC device.

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TECHNICAL SECTION

Dimensional Drawings (Receivers)


HCM06/10-1SW Dimming Switch with Scene Control
2.38 (60.5 mm) 1.73 (43.9 mm) 1.38 (35.2 mm)
1.38 (35.2 mm) 2.38 (60.3 mm)

HCS08-1TW DHC Scene Capable Switch

4.13 (104.9 mm)

2.68 (67.6 mm)

1.67 (42.5 mm)

HCM06/10-1DW DHC Dimmer-Lighted


1.38 (35.2 mm) 2.38 (60.3mm)

HCS10-1SW Switch with Scene Control


2.38 (60.5 mm) 1.73 (43.9 mm) 1.38 (35.2 mm)

(104.4 mm)

2.68 (67.6 mm)

4.13 (104.9 mm)

3.281 (83.3 mm)

4.11

1.67 (42.5 mm)

HCM06/10-1TW DHC Dimmer 2-Way Lighted


2.38 (60.3 mm)

MS00R-10 Multi-Remote Switch


2.38 (60.5 mm) 1.73 (43.9 mm)

1.38 (35.2 mm)

1.38 (35.2 mm)

Technical Section

4.13 (104.9 mm)

(104.4 mm)

2.68 (67.6 mm)

3.281 (83.3 mm)

1.67 (42.5 mm)

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2.68 (67.6 mm)

4.11

2.68 (67.6 mm)

4.11 (104.4 mm)

2.68 (67.6 mm)

3.281 (83.3 mm)

TECHNICAL SECTION

Dimensional Drawings (Receivers)


6383-WI 3-Way Incandescent Dimming Switch 6294 Remote Switch

4.10 (104.1 mm)

2.70 (68.6 mm)

4.06 (103.1 mm)

1.73 (43.9 mm)

1.78 (45.2 mm)

1.42 (36.0 mm)

1.52 (38.7 mm)

6291-WI Single Pole Switch

6371-I Double Pole Switch

4.09 (103.9 mm)

2.75 (69.9 mm)

1.525

1.30 (33.0 mm) 1.70 (43.2 mm)

.25 (6.4 mm)

2.62 (66.5 mm)

2.700

3.216

3.642

3.812

2.62 (66.5 mm)

3.28 (83.3 mm)

1.40 (35.6 mm) 1.69 (42.9 mm)

6293-WI 3-Way Switch

6337 Universal Low Voltage Module


2.20 (55.9 mm) 1.55 (39.5 mm)

CONTROL

TEST 1

UNIT OFF A 5 9 M E

4.06 (103.1 mm)

2.70 (68.6 mm)

3.28 (83.3 mm)

LOAD

3.57 (90.7 mm)

13

UNIT CODE

HOUSE CODE

NEUTRAL

UNIVERSAL MODULE

LINE

1.42 (36.0 mm)

1.53 (38.9 mm)

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TECHNICAL SECTION

Dimensional Drawings (Receivers)


6227 Wall Receptacle DPSPE112/212 Power Extender
3.50 (88.9 mm)

4.09 (103.9 mm)

2.75 (69.9 mm)

CONTROLLED

2.62 (66.5 mm)

A M I E 13

1 5 9

5.43 (137.9 mm)

0.98 (24.9 mm)

1.25 (31.8 mm) 5.00 (127.0 mm) 2.50 (63.5 mm) 0.98 (24.9 mm)

1.30 (33.0 mm) 1.70 (43.2 mm)

.25 (6.4 mm)

1.40 (35.6 mm) 1.69 (42.9 mm)

6280 Duplex Wall Receptacle Module

6375/76 Fixture Relay Module


1.3 (53.3 mm) 2.100 (53.3 mm)

4.093 (103.96mm)

2.750 (69.85mm)

2.615 (66.42mm)

A M I E 13

1 5 9

1.300 (33.02mm) 1.700 (43.18mm)

.250 (6.35mm)

1.400 (35.55mm) 1.687 (42.85mm)

BLACK WHITE

BLUE

6296/98 Single Wall Receptacle Module

HCP03-10W DHC Module Plug-In Dimmer


0.47 12.0 2.97 75.3 1.95 49.7 0.66 16.8

Technical Section

4.093 (103.96mm)

2.750 (69.85mm)

A M I E 13

1 5 9

1.300 (33.02mm) 1.700 (43.18mm)

.250 (6.35mm)

2.615 (66.42mm)

1.400 (35.55mm) 1.687 (42.85mm)

1.15 29.2

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2.95 (74.9 mm)

TECHNICAL SECTION

Dimensional Drawings (Controllers)


HCC10/1A-1TW DHC Controller
2.38 (60.5 mm) 1.73 (43.9 mm) 1.38 (35.8 mm)

16400 Uni-Base Wall Mounted Controller


WHITE (TO NEUTRAL) BLACK (TO PHASE "HOT")

2.75 (69.9 mm) 4.06 (103.1 mm)

4.11 (104.9 mm)

13

1.67 (42.5 mm)

2.63 (66.8 mm)

2.70 (68.7 mm)

HCC1D-1TW DHC Controller


2.38 (60.3 mm) 1.38 (35.2 mm)

1.73 (43.9 mm)

.20 (5.1 mm) 1.72 (43.7 mm)

6312 Basic Wall Mounted Programmer


4.11 (104.4 mm) 2.62 (166.6 mm) 2.70 (66.7 mm)

5.51 (140.0 mm)

1.71 (43.5 mm)

4.52 (114.9 mm)

HCC2D/3D/4D/4A/S7-1TW Dimensions for DHC Controller


1.40 (35.5 mm)

4.40 (112.0 mm)

SCENE 1 SCENE 2

3.28 (83.3 mm)

SCENE 5 SCENE 6 SCENE 7 OFF

2.69 (68.2 mm)

SCENE 3 SCENE 4

6320 Table Top Controller

1.76 (45.0 mm)

1.60 (40.6 mm)

2.41 (61.2 mm)

4.73 (120.1 mm)

8.80 (223.5 mm)

1.95 (49.5 mm) 2.34 (59.4 mm)

4.45 (113.0 mm)

HCCPG-1TW DHC Toscana Deluxe Programmer

T12

Technical Section

5.87 (148.1 mm)

2.72 (68.8 mm)

1.64 (41.7 mm)

0.95 (24.1 mm)

1.38 (35.1 mm)

TECHNICAL SECTION

Dimensional Drawings (Controllers)


6313 Hand-Held Controller 6325 Telephone Transponder
1.12 (28.4 mm) 4.61 (117.1 mm)
BLACK WHITE

6.97 (177.0 mm)

4.53 (115.1 mm)

2.80 (71.1 mm)

0.81 (20.7 mm)


5.98 (51.9 mm)

6314-W Remote Transceiver

6315/16 Maintained Dry Contact Transmitter

4.06 (103.1 mm)

2.75 (69.8 mm)

HOUSE

4.50 (114.3 mm)

O M K

C
M

A E I 13

1 5 9

E G I

ON/OFF

2.63 (66.8 mm)

.94 (33.3 mm) 1.75 (44.5 mm)

.44 (11.2 mm) 1.88 (47.8 mm)

Transceiver Module

2.75 (70.0 mm)

1.26 (32.1 mm)

Technical Section

6308 Photocell Transmitter


1.18 (45.9 mm) 3.28 (83.31 mm)
CODE DIALS

BACK-WIRE HOLES

0.61 (15.4 mm)

4.48 (113.9 mm)

T13

TECHNICAL SECTION

Dimensional Drawings (Network Integity Products)


HCA02-10E System Amplifier 51120-3R Panel Mounted Surge Protectection Device
6.50 (165.1 mm)
2.79 (70.9 mm) 3.08 (78.1 mm)

4.45 (113.03 mm)

2.25 (57.1 mm)

0 (7. .281 1m m)
18 AWG WIRES Yellow Orange Blue

1.64 41.7 mm

4.49 (113.9 mm) 4.77 (121.2 mm)

4.00 (101.6 mm)

C L

6201 System Amplifier


PILOT LIGHT

6.00 (152.4 mm)

2.79 (70.9 mm)

3.08 (78.2 mm)

51120-PTC Multimedia Surge Suppression Panel


12 AWG WIRES

4.49 (114.0 mm)


18.00"

1.64 (41.7 mm)

4.77 (121.2 mm)

Green White Black

51120-1/3
7.00 (177.8mm) 6.00 (152.4mm)
8.00"

2 1/2"

Surge Protection

4.06 (103.12mm)

LINE 1

LINE 2

FAULT

6.00 REF. (152.4mm)

IN

TELEPHONE PROTECTION

OUT

7.00 (177.8mm)

6.00 (152.4mm)

1.06 (26.9 mm)

5.88 (149.3 mm)

IN

CATV / SATELLITE PROTECTION OUT

6 1/8"

4 1/2"

T14

Technical Section

TECHNICAL SECTION

Dimensional Drawings (Ancillary DHC Devices and Product Testing)


6287 Noise Block 6289 In-Line Noise Reducer
1.17 (29.7 mm)

1.58 (40.1 mm)

BLACK LOAD

6287

BLACK HOT L WHITE NEUTRAL

LISTED 898F APPLIANCE CONTROL

UL

1.85 (46.9 mm)

6288 Plug-In Noise Filter

2.92 (74.2 mm)

1.43 (36.2 mm)

Technical Section

T15

2.60 (66.0 mm)

5 AMP BLOCK CAT. NO. 6287

NOTES

G-5868/B2-25M rs

Levitons Limited Two-Year Warranty


Decora Home Controls are intended for residential applications only. Use in commercial and industrial applications will void the Warranty. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. LEVITON warrants to the original purchaser that this product is free of defects in materials and workmanship for two years from the purchase date. Leviton will correct such defects by repair or replacement, at its option, if the product is returned, prepaid, with proof of purchase to: Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc., Attn: Quality Assurance Dept., 59-25 Little Neck Parkway, Little Neck NY 11362-2591. This Warranty does not cover labor for removal or reinstallation of the product and is void on any product improperly installed, overloaded, abused or altered in any manner. Leviton limits the duration of any implied warranty of merchantability to one year and excludes incidental or consequential damages for breach of any warranty on this product. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusions or limitations may not apply to you. If LEVITON agrees, in writing, to assist in residential applications, a fee for services will be charged.

Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc., Little Neck, NY 11362-2591


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Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc.


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Leviton Manufacturing of Canada, Ltd.


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Leviton S.A. de C.V.


General Arista 54-A Col. Argentina, Mexico D.F., C.P. 11270 Telephone: 011-525-386-1131, 011-525-386-2052 FAX: 011-525-386-1797

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