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DLM Zone Controller, Scheduler and Network Interface

LMZC-301 Wattstopper
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The LMZC-301 zone controller provides power and connectivity to Digital Lighting Management (DLM) fixture controllers as well as switches, occupancy sensors, daylight sensors, and input modules. It is the foundation of a DLM local network for fixture controllers, and includes integral segment network connectivity. The zone controller can be used to enable the automation of lighting functions across a facility.
Voltage 125 V
  • 125 V


  • Runs scheduled and photocell events autonomously
  • Easy setup via LMCT-100-2 handheld configuration tool
  • Ideal power supply for DLM fixture controllers; supports up to 64 connected loads
  • Native BACnet communications for network control solutions
  • 99 control groups accessible via handheld configuration tool
  • Compatible with Digital Lighting Management load controllers, switches, sensors and input devices


General Info
Product Line Wattstopper
UPC Number 754182938674
Country Of Origin United States
Additional Information
Security   Yes This product is ioXt certified


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Questions & Answers

Can we control the LMZC via TCP/IP Commands? If so, what port number is used?

Asked by: Ronnie
Hi Ronnie, Please reach out to our tech. support team for further assistance with this product. Legrand Technical Support: Phone: 1 800-879-8585, Option 1 Mon - Fri: 7am - 7pm CST (excluding holidays)
Answered by: Tier 1 Tech Support
Date published: 2022-12-19

OurLMZC-301 seams to have lost the photocell input, that controls it. I have a LMCI-100 to look at the device, but dont't know if i'm connected correctly, because I can't see anything. Please advise

Asked by: Anonymous
Hello, the LMZC-301 is compatible with our LMCS software. You can find the direct download on our website Legrand.us, once downloaded we can use a cat5e cable between the A/B ports on the LMZC to the LMCI, then USB to Laptop. Once connected, at the bottom right it should show "connected". If further assistance is needed please call Wattstopper Tech Support 1-800-879-8585
Answered by: Tier 1 Tech Support
Date published: 2022-12-13

How does the cable between an internally-mounted LMPB-100 and the "A" RJ45 port need to be?

Asked by: TomP QLS
It is a standard cat6 cable and needs to be 8-12" long.
Answered by: Tier 1 Tech Support
Date published: 2022-12-13

on the LMZC, are there any issues with using LMPD port 3&4 instead of 1&2

Asked by: David p
The LMZC-301 has four LMPD ports which are use to power up the LMRD board on a panel. The only reason there a four is because the maximum amount of LMRD boards on a panel is four so it doesn't matter which one you use they all work the same.
Answered by: Tier 1 Tech Support
Date published: 2022-12-13
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