Training - Networking & Provisioning

This is where you will find helpful how-to articles relating to how to setup and configure a DRC system.
The Alfred tool can be used to ensure that you have a big enough power supply to power your network....without running into trouble. To use the tool: Add up the total current draw of your system at your power supply voltage Identify your actual run length Using the attached chart, find the row corresponding to your current draw and the column corresponding to your run length - the "intersection" The cell in the intersection is the minimum size power supply you need to have to ensure a reliable network. If you do not have a large enough power supply, add power to the network! Leviton can you select the best option from those that we have available . Please reach out to your local representative for help with this process. For...
The above three terms are often inappropriately used interchangably and oft distinctly. What are they? How are they the same...and different? What is the correct terminology? These are the questions we'll address in this article. Device Represents an enrolled device in a DRC Room Controller. At time of this writing, DRC Wired Room Controllers support up to 100 devices and Wireless up to 60. The following all count as a single device: Smart Pack/Relay, ex: DRD07-ED0 Single channel in a multi-channel phase cut dimmer (DRDDP-A40/A20) Digital Sensor - Occupancy / Photocell Keypad Single channel in 2 channel AI (DRID0-C02) Single DALI Device enrolled by LumaCAN Channel (DRCDD) DALI Device color control, enrolled by LumaCAN Channel...
Overview Leviton takes the security of your lighting control and network systems seriously. Providing a cohesive, complete, and integrated end-to-end control solution allowing intended, safe communication while rejecting malicious communication has been built into each physical and software layer of the GreenMAX DRC Room Control System. The goal of this White Paper is to review each of these layers, the types of communication that occurs, and the steps we’ve taken to secure our system. Physical Layers and General Network Architecture Leviton’s commercial lighting control network systems are broken into several different physical layers, each of which have different security concerns and approaches to network functionality and security...
Please see below video which walks you through use of the Firmware Updater. General steps are as follows: Preparing to use the Updater Download from the Leviton Field Service site the firmware updater, drivers, and associated firmware files Install the Kvasser Drivers Install Canlib Install Firmware Updater Reboot your computer Connect your USB<->CAN interface devicie (P/N SLM00-0) to your LumaCAN network and your computer Install the LumaCAN Updater & Start the application Using the Updater Start the updater application Execute a Node Query View the node query results file which can be found in the same directory the LumaCAN Firmware Updater is installed Observe which devices needed to be updated Select the firmware file needed...
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