1 GRAFIK RASeries Control Units supply powerto, and Control the brightness of three, four, or six zones oflighting. GRAFIK RAControl Units Control the intensity of allthe light sources in a room. GRAFIK RAis an integral part ofthe RadioRA Wireless Home Lighting Control LEAVE FOR OCCUPANTI nstaller s GuideIMPORTANT! GRAFIK RAlighting controls must be installed by a qualified electrician in accordance with all ap-plicable regulations. Improper wiring can result in personal injury or damage to GRAFIK RAlighting controls orother equipment. Always turn off circuit breaker/MCB or remove main fuse from power line before doing any avoid overheating and possible damage to equipment, do not install dimming devices to dim receptacles, mo-tor-operated appliances, or fluorescent lighting not equipped with Lutron Hi-lume , Eco-10 , or Tu-Wire Elec-tronic Dimming Ballasts.
2 In dimmed magnetic low-voltage circuits, you can prevent transformer overheating andfailure by avoiding excessively high current flow: Do not operate GRAFIK RAlighting controls with any lamps re-moved or burned out; Replace any burned out lamps immediately; Use only transformers that incorporate thermalprotection or fused primary windings. This lighting Control is designed for residential and commercial RAControls are designed for indoor use you have:Then read this .. on page: Control unit only?STEP 1: Installing GRAFIK RAControl Units3 Follow Step 1 and Step 3 How to wire and mount GRAFIK RA Control Controls too?STEP 2: Installing Accessory Controls 4 DIP switch address settings, wiring, and 3: Setting Up Control Units6 Identifying load types and setting up lighting 4: Setting Up System Communications 10 Assigning Accessory Controls to the Control Units they should A: More about Class 2/PELV Wiring 12 Appendix B: Special Mounting Considerations 14 Appendix C: Power Boosters,14 Electronic Low Voltage Interfaces,and Fluorescent Dimming Ballast InterfacesAppendix D: GRX-TVI 0-10 Volt Ballast Interface15 Appendix E: Hi-POWER 2 4 6 Dimming Modules17 Appendix F: Infrared Controls18 Problems?
3 Appendix G: Troubleshooting 18 LUTRON-Quality SystemsPage 2 Questions? Need technical assistance?Phone Assistance .. Worldwide! In the , Canada and the Caribbean:1-800-523-9466 In Mexico, Central and South America:1-610-282-3800 In Japan:03-5405-7333 In Hong Kong:2104-7733 In the :0800-282-107 In Europe:44-171-702-0657 All others:1-610-282-3800 Website address: E-mail: WARRANTYL utron will, at its option, repair or replace any GRAFIK RA Control unit that is defective in materials or manufacture within one year afteroriginal purchase. For warranty service, return unit to place of purchase or mail to Lutron at 7200 Suter Rd., Coopersburg, PA 18036-1299,postage pre-paid. This warranty is in lieu of all other express warranties, and the implied warranty of merchantability is limited to oneyear from purchase. This warranty does not cover the cost of installation, removal or reinstallation, or damageresulting from misuse, abuse, or improper or incorrect repair, or damage from improper wiring or installation.
4 Thiswarranty does not cover incidental or consequential damages. Lutron s liability on any claim for damages arising outof or in connection with the manufacture, sale, installation, delivery, or use of the unit shall never exceed thepurchase price of the warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Some states do not allowlimitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to states do not allow the exclusion orlimitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This product may be covered by one or more of the following patents: 4,797,599; 4,835,343; 4,893,062; 4,924,151; 4,954,768;5,038,081; 5,191,265; 5,248,919; 5,399,940; 5,430,356; 5,463,286; 5,530,322; 5,637,930; 5,736,965; 5,838,226; 5,905,442; 5,982,103;D310,349; D311,382; D311,485; D311,678; D313,738; D317,593; D335,867; D344,068; D344,264; D353,798; D370,663; D378,814;D387,736; D389,805; D395,037; D404,013; D412,491; D422,969; D428,855; D436,579; D439,220 and corresponding foreign patents.
5 Foreign patents , GRAFIK Eye, GRAFIK 6000, RadioRA, Hi-Lume, and Tu-Wire are registered trademarks; GRAFIK RA, Eco-10, Hi-POWER 2 4 6, andArchitrave are trademarks of Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. 2002 Lutron Electronics standards listed below apply to one or more products in the GRAFIK Eyeand GRAFIK RAproduct line. Consult Lutron for specificinformation. Questions aboutClass 2/PELV wiring?Preparation1. Mount standard wallbox, 3 1/2 in. (87 mm) deep is stronglyrecommended, 2 3/4 in. (68 mm) deep minimum. Always allow at least 4 1/2 in. (110 mm)clearance above and below the faceplate to ensure proper heat Pull the rearmost knockouts when pulling wires into the wallbox. This willprovide the most clearance when mounting the Control 3 STEP 1: Installing GRAFIK RAControl Units This section shows how to install Control Units and make sure they are properly operating all connected !
6 First test loads for short power OFF at the breaker/MCB panel or fuse standard light switch between live lead and the load wire to test power on and check for short or open circuits: If load does not operate, circuit is open. If thebreaker/MCB trips (fuse blows or opens), circuit is shorted. Correct short or open circuits and test TypesThe GRAFIK RAControl Units can Control incandescent, halogen (tungsten), magnetic low-voltage, and neon/cold cathode load low-voltage and fluorescent load types can be controlled with an appropriate interface. Not all zones need to be connected; however, connected zones must have a load of at least 25W. No zone may be loaded with more than 800 W. unit must not carry more than 16A of total lighting load. All Electronic Low-Voltage (ELV) lighting used with the Electronic Low-Voltage Interface must be rated for reverse installing an ELV light source, verify with the manufacturer that their transformer can be dimmed.
7 When dimming, anElectronic Low-Voltage Interface MUSTbe used with the GRAFIK RAControl unit CapacitiesModelWallbox Size/Max. unit LoadNumber100-127 VRA-GRX-3/RB-GRX-33-Gang /1500W/VARA-GRX-4/RB-GRX-44-Gang /2000W/VARA-GRX-6/RB-GRX-64-Gang /2000W/VA Lutron offers a 4-gang wallbox, P/N instructions. First, turn power Voltage/Mains WiringIMPORTANT WIRING NOTES! Use properly certified cable for all line voltage/mains cables andClass 2/PELV cables. In Europe, acceptable types of cable include HAR certified cablewith insulated cores enclosed in a sheath. This cable must bear theappropriate certification mark pertaining to national wiring rules forfixed installations. If certified cable with insulated cores enclosedin a sheath is used for the Power cables, the Class 2/PELV wiringcan be any of the specified cables in Appendix A: More aboutClass 2/PELV Wiring.
8 Proper short-circuit and overload protection must be provided atthe distribution panel. You can use up to a 20A maximum circuitbreaker/MCB or equivalent (tripping curve C according toIEC60898/EN60898 is recommended) with adequate short-circuitbreaking capacity for your installation. Install in accordance with all local and national electrical codes. CAUTION!Do not connect line voltage/mains cable to Class2/PELV terminals. Earth/Ground terminal connection must be made as shown inwiring diagrams. Do not mix different load types on the same zone! Fluorescent and electronic low voltage loads require interfaces. Zone loads that exceed 800W/VA and total unit loads thatexceed the unit capacity require power boosters. Refer toAppendices C, D, E, and the Control unit (see Page 16) 1/2 in. (12 mm) insulation from all wires in wallbox andconnect them to appropriate terminals on the back of theControl Units .
9 The recommended installation torque is lbs. ( N m) for line voltage connections and 10in. lbs. ( N m) for the earth/ground connection. Eachpower terminal can accept up to two #12 AWG ( mm2)wires. (Does not apply to Class 2/PELV terminal block.) in. (87 mm) DEEP RECOMMENDEDHOT/LIVENEUTRALSWITCHLOAD230V LUTRON50/60 HzLOAD PER ZONE: 40 - 800 WMAX unit LOAD: 10A, 2300 WPreset Lighting ControlLIVE TERMINALS AT REARDO NOT WIRE LIVEU. K. 071-702-0657U. S. A. (610) 282-3800 COOPERSBURG, PA USA 18036 GRX-3104-CEUPMade in OUTPUT!CB E 5145-049 GRX-Z3. Remove the Control unit s cover and hinged faceplate by pulling outwardat each 2/PELV WiringM SFADETEMPORARYMASTERZONESZONE 5 ZONE 6 ZONE 3 ZONE 4 ZONE 1 ZONE 2 Scene 1button OFFZone intensity raise and lowerbuttonsScene 1 LEDPage 41234 LINE VOLTAGE/MAINS CABLECLASS 2/PELVTERMINALCLASS 2/PELV in.
10 (25 mm)3/8 in.( mm)LINE VOLTAGE/MAINS as shown using the four screws provided. (When mounted inthe wallbox, the Class 2/PELV cable and terminal block shouldremain separated from the line voltage/mains cables.) the faceplate to the Control unit by pushing inward at : Do the lights work?IMPORTANT WIRING NOTES!Review Appendix A BEFORE wiring! Accessory Controls must be installed by a qualified electrician. Accessory Controls use Class 2 or PELV wiring methods as applicable inyour locale. Using Class 2 wiring methods:Accessory Controls must beconnected in accordance with the 1996 National Electrical Code, Arti-cle 725-54(a), (1) Exception No. 3 or the Canadian 1994 CE CodeHandbook, Rule 16-212, Subrule (4). Check with your local electricalinspector to comply with local codes and wiring practices. Using PELV wiring methods:Accessory Controls that are connect-ed to terminals 1 4 must always meet the requirements of DIN VDE0100 Part 410 and IEC 60364-4-41 for PELV circuits.