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Bazaarvoice SAP Hybris Integration Version 2.8.1
The LMPC-600 wireless low profile Digital PIR Ceiling Mount Occupancy Sensor uses passive infrared (PIR) technology and one of three lenses to detect occupancy in different types of spaces for energy-efficient control of lighting and plug loads. It is a digital sensor, and is part of the NEW wireless Wattstopper Digital Lighting Management (DLM) system.
We are unable to get the sensor to work with LMRC-611MCC-A controller
Asked by: kenneth
Your devices need to be paired before proper operation. Follow instructions below.
Push-to-Pair in a room with a single LMRC-611 Room Controller
NOTE: Once you enter PtP mode on the room controller, a three minute timer begins. If the
Config button on any device in the room is pressed, the timer resets and begins the three
minute countdown again. If no Config button is pressed within three minutes, the room
controller will exit PtP mode.
1. Enter PtP mode on the room controller. Press the Config button three times (within three
seconds) until the LED on the room controller flashes green.
2. Enter PtP mode on the LMPC-600. Press the Config button three times. As with the room
controller, the LED on the sensor will flash green.
3. Pair the LMPC-600. Press the Config button on the LMPC-600 one more time to pair it to the
room controller. The load connected to the room controller will toggle once (if the load is OFF, it
will turn ON; if ON, it will turn OFF) to indicate that pairing was successful. Also, the
LMPC-600’s blinking LED will turn to solid green as another indicator of a successful pairing.
NOTE: If there are any wireless sensors, dimmers, or additional switches in the room, repeat steps 2 and 3 for each of
those devices so that all devices are paired together in the same network. For each device, the load will toggle during step
3 and its config LED will turn solid green.
4. Exit PtP mode. From any device, press the Config button 3 times. After a few seconds, the LED on each Room controller, switch
or sensor currently in PtP mode will flash white and reboot, leaving the default network and migrating to the new network. Then,
the LED on the room controller will flash blue and the pairing process finishes.The default Network ID on all devices will change to
a new number, based on the last four digits of the Mac address on the room controller, and now those devices will communicate
only with each other and not any devices which have not been paired.
NOTE: It is important to exit PtP mode within the three minute time limit mentioned above. If you do not, none of the device
pairings will be remembered and you have to start the process over from the beginning.