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LMCP panel w/24-relay max capacity

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The LMCP series panel provides simple network capable lighting control enabling the automation of lighting functions throughout an entire facility. The HDR relays in the panel can respond directly to inputs from Digital Lighting Management (DLM) switches, occupancy sensors, daylight sensors, and input modules.
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  • Runs scheduled and photocell events autonomously
  • Easy setup via LMCT-100 handheld configuration tool
  • HDR relays include switch for manual override even when panel is powered off
  • Native BACnet communications for network control solutions
  • Compatible with Digital Lighting Management switches, sensors and input devices
  • 99 control groups accessible via handheld configuration tool
  • UL 20 listed for receptacle circuit control
  • Compatible with DLM occupancy sensors,single pole heavy duty relays


General Info
Product Line Wattstopper
Color Nickel
UPC Number 754182934492
Country Of Origin United States
Application Sector Commercial
Additional Information
Product Has Potential to Contribute to LEED Yes This product contributes to earning credits in the LEED rating system. Visit our LEED with Legrand webpage for more information.
DesignLights Consortium Qualified System Yes
Security   Yes This product is ioXt certified
Product Environmental Profile Yes


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Questions & Answers

do you have trouble shooting procedures published for this system

Asked by: ken
Yes, there are troubleshooting procedures available for the LMCP24 system. These procedures are outlined in the user manuals and include steps for common issues such as: 1. Checking Connections: Ensuring all wiring connections are secure and correctly installed. 2. Relay Functionality: Verifying that the relays are functioning properly and responding to control signals. 3. Sensor Inputs: Checking that inputs from switches, occupancy sensors, and daylight sensors are properly connected and operational. 4. System Reset: Performing a system reset or cycling power to the panel to clear any temporary faults. 5. Software Updates: Ensuring that the system software and firmware are up to date. For detailed troubleshooting steps, you can refer to the user manuals available on the Legrand website. These manuals provide comprehensive guidance on installation, configuration, and troubleshooting for the LMCP series panels. In addition to the written troubleshooting procedures available on the Legrand website, there are also instructional videos on YouTube. By searching for "Wattstopper LMCP" on YouTube, you can find various videos that provide visual guides and step-by-step instructions for troubleshooting and maintaining your LMCP24 lighting control panels. These videos can be particularly helpful for visual learners or for seeing practical demonstrations of the troubleshooting steps. Lastly, you can also call Technical Support at 1-800-879-8585 Option 3.
Answered by: Tier 1 Tech Support
Date published: 2024-06-13

Can dimmers be used with this unit 

Asked by: James
This specific panel does not have dimming capability on its own, but the LMCP 0-10V PANEL will allow for 0-10v dimming without additional controls. The LMDM switch is recommended to go with the panel but there are other options available in the DLM family. Please contact your local Wattstopper Rep for more information.
Answered by: Justin
Date published: 2024-02-26

If a Zone Control shows (12) fixtures on the Zone but (3) of them are on an Emergency circuit from an EM panel, would that mean (9) on normal power need to be wired to one control relay and (3) on Emergency on a 2nd control relay?

Asked by: Eric
You do not need a relay per fixture, you need a relay per circuit per zone. 1 zone with1 normal circuit and 1 EM circuit would only need 1 HDR and 1 EM relay; or one relay and an ELCU.
Answered by: adam
Date published: 2024-02-12

Can I group 48 loads into 1 group button ?

Asked by: Chs
Yes, you can group 48 loads into one group.
Answered by: Tier 1 Tech Support
Date published: 2022-04-13

Does this system have an app for remote operation ?

Asked by: Curious1
The LMCP-48 does not have an app for its controls. You can however access the programming with a LMCT-100-2 handheld remote or with LMCS-100 software installed on a laptop (using an LMCI-100 dongle for the connection). Please contact Wattstopper Technical Support @ 800-879-8585 if you need further assistance.
Answered by: Tier 1 Tech Support
Date published: 2022-01-12

Can wattstopper LCMP panels work with DMX lighting controls?

Asked by: Steve G
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