LightSweep® CLCRM6/CLCRMS6

The LightSweep® CLCRM6/CLCRMS6 is an addressable relay control module that provides push button and LED feedback for 6 individually controlled relays.

Features & Benefits

  • Controls up to 6 relays with or without feedback
  • Optional relay control via 6 hardwired switch inputs
  • Color-coded spring-type terminals for switch wiring
  • Push button programming capable for basic operation
  • Toggle relay state via push button
  • Jumper selectable for Pilot or Location switch functionality
  • Communicating on CAN lighting network

SPECIFICATIONS

Controls Platform
LightSweep®
Color Offering
Black
Mounting Options
Mounting clips
Ballast/Driver Control
ON/OFF
Power Supply
4-pin MTA
Input Voltage
24 VAC
Low Voltage Output
6 outputs 24 V half way rectified
Current Consumption
150 mA
Binary Input
2-3 wires momentary or maintained switch
Binary Output
30 A Mecahnically latching relays
Processor
32-bit ARM Processor
I/O
Inputs: 6 2-position closed-contact switch inputs (RMS6), Outputs: Compatible with RR7 and RR9 relays
Connectivity Protocol
CAN protocol
LED Status Indicators
Relay status LED - ON/OFF/Fail, Communication LED - Traffic, dataline Short, System LED - CAN Address conflict/ Operational/Failed
Operating Temp
0 to 55 °C
Length
5.5 In
Width
4.75 In
Height
1.13 In
Weight
0.34 Lb
Certifications
cULus, CE, Title 20, Title 20, FCC
Ratings
RoHS, Dry
Warranty
1 year limited warranty

Product Documents

Controls six 30 Amp Mechanically latching relays

Controls six relays, provides the relay ON/OFF state (CLCRM6) or ON/OFF/FAILED status (CLCRMS6).

Push buttons for relays override

Push buttons allow to locally control/test each relay or assign the relays to a control scene.

Stores the relay configuration parameters.

Relay configuration properties are: Direct/reverse acting – reverse acting when controlling electrically held contactors NC. Feedback Enabled/Disabled based on relay type. Flick Warning operation – warns the OFF event so user can override. Time to OFF – how many minutes between the warning and OFF event.