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DLM Scene Switch, 5-Button w/IR, White

LMSW-105-W 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 White


  • 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


General Info
Product Line Wattstopper
Color White
UPC Number 754182929283
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: 2022-07-06

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: 2022-05-26
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