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DLM Scene Switch, 5-button w/IR, Lt. Almond

LMSW-105-LA Wattstopper
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The LMSW-105 Digital Scene Switch is a low voltage device that sets and recalls preset lighting scenes and raises and lowers lighting levels. It is part of a Digital Lighting Management (DLM) system and controls loads connected to DLM room controllers by accessing four of the 16 scenes available in a DLM local network.
Color Light Almond
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Features

  • Low voltage switch for control of four preset scenes and raise/lower control of scenes or loads
  • Component of Digital Lighting Management integrated control system
  • Plugs to other components using Cat 5e cables with RJ45 connectors eliminating wiring errors
  • Plug n’ Go automatic configuration and Push n’ Learn for personalization
  • Customizable buttons with LED status indicators
  • Active Dim feature enables temporary adjustment of any selected load

Specifications

General Info
Product Line Wattstopper
Color Light Almond
UPC Number 754182929290
Country Of Origin China
Additional Information
Product Environmental Profile Yes

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Questions & Answers

Hello, May I know the maximum wattage allowed on this dimmer?. That is, if I have an LED light fixture which is 24W (wattage of the light), how many number of maximum lights can I install on this dimmer?. Please and kindly advise.

Asked by: Sai Konda
The LMSW-105 communicates with a Room Controller (e.g., LMRC-211, LMRC-212, etc.) which actually powers the load. The LMRC-200 series Room Controllers are rated for 16A for LED loads.
Answered by: Tier 1 Tech Support
Date published: 2022-06-28

PlugNGo adjusted light level to desired brightness &/hold scene button for 5 seconds. Returned to default levels,

Asked by: Sean Marrett
This question will need further information. Please contact Wattstopper Technical Support @ 800-879-8585 for troubleshooting assistance.
Answered by: Tier 1 Tech Support
Date published: 2022-04-13

I have this light switch in my classroom and the motion sensor does not pick up our movement well enough, so the lights regularly turn off. How do I adjust the switch so that the lights either always stay on or so I have longer intervals of lights on?

Asked by: Barbara
The adjustment would not be made at the switch, the adjustment would be made at the sensor. Please contact Technical Support @ 800-879-8585 for instructions on making sensitivity and time adjustments.
Answered by: Tier 1 Tech Support
Date published: 2022-03-10
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