LightSweep® CLCGSM8

CLCGSM8 Group Switch Module has eight configurable inputs that can be setup as switch, photocell or occupancy sensor and eight programmable lighting groups.

Features & Benefits

  • Connects up to 4 photocell inputs
  • Connects up to 4 0-10V dimming outputs
  • Color-coded spring-type terminals for photocell and ballast
  • Closed-loop daylighting control build into channel
  • LED output indication of level
  • Jumper selectable for network or transformer power


Controls Platform
Color Offering
Mounting Options
Mounting clips
Power Supply
5-pin MTA
Analog Input
Eight inputs 0-17VDC
Input Voltage
24 VAC
Low Voltage Output
8 outputs - 17 VDC
Current Consumption
550 mA
Binary Input
2-3 wires momentary or maintained switch
8 4-position connectors for closed-contact switch/motion/photocell inputs including pilot/locator light outputs
Connectivity Protocol
CAN protocol
LED Status Indicators
Group status LED - ON/OFF/Mixed, Communication LED, System LED, Power Out LED - Good/Overlaod/Short
Operating Temp
0 to 55 °C
5.5 In
4.75 In
1.13 In
0.34 Lb
cULus, CE, Title 20, FCC
RoHS, Dry
1 year limited warranty

Product Documents

LightSweep CLCGSM8 Group Switch Module

CLCGSM8 has 8 Programmable Inputs and 8 Lighting Control Groups

Each Input can be configured as Analog (sensor) or digital (switch). Supplies 17VDC for occupancy sensors or photocells.

Switch/Sensors Flexible Configuration

Switch operation can be setup as Standard switch ON/OFF' ON Only; OFF Only, Timed Override; switch enabled or disabled by Schedule or Sensor, Occupancy sensor setup ON/OFF; ON Only; OFF Only, Flick Warning. Photocell setup range from 100 - 2000 FC based on photocell type. Configurable ON/OFF thresholds with ON/OFF, ON Only or OFF only as well as Direct to Reverse Acting.

CLCGSM8 Group Switch Module for LightSweep Lighting Control Panels and light switches and dimmers
Pushbutton controls for LightSweep CLCGSM8 group switch modules

Pushbuttons for Scene Program/Command and LEDs for Status Feedback

Pushbuttons allow the user to assign relays to a control scene or manually control the scene at the panel. The LED status indicators give a visual verification that the controls are working as expected.