Looking for some experienced advice on these things...
I recently acquired a client that has the above system with a Lithonia QMPDC. Long story short, the original install from about 2 years ago apparently has never worked properly and the original EC has bailed on them. (Not judging, just makes it tougher to create a relationship with this background history).
Never worked with one of these units before, but seems fairly straight forward. The main issue seems that the client has only been able to use the system as a remote on/off switch.
Everything I have read to date leads me to believe that these cannot be used on LED bulbs. Can someone confirm?
I am also lead to believe that there are dry contacts in the SQIDC unit. Are these repairable / replaceable?
They are also using Leviton PE200-1 power extenders. Don't quite understand how they fit into the system as the loads appear to be within the specs of the SQIDC... Isolation (similar to using relays on the inputs and outputs of a PLC)?
is there any good / proven test procedures out there to follow to ensure all the bits are working properly? Having trouble finding any sort of "installers manual" that could be used for commissioning a system like this.
Any insights would be appreciated.
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