Shade Control for Lutron Sivoia QED

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Welcome to the Product Page for Shade Control for Lutron Sivoia QED

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About this product

Shade Control for Lutron Sivoia QED is designed to link your Lutron Sivoia QED shades to your network and provide a remote control interface over the web and through various dedicated apps and/or home automation systems.

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Disclaimer: All trademarks referenced herein are the property of their respective owners. This product is not affiliated with or endorsed by Lutron or its affiliates in any way.

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Downloads

No updates.

Current software version: 1.0.5

Firmware Updater 1.0.5

Firmware updates should only be applied over a local network connection.

Note: Firmware updates require the Java runtime available here: http://www.java.com/en/download

Installation

Installation Notes

The Autelis Shade Control interfaces directly to the Lutron Sivoia QED 4-wire link.

Connection to Sivoia QED Link

Installation requires connection to the Lutron Sivoia QED 4-wire link. This 4-wire bus connects all the keypads and motors in your system. Please refer to the Lutron Sivoia QED Wiring and Programming Guide for more information. Follow the label on your device to match the terminals on the 4-wire connector with the correct bus wires. Use another device on the QED link to address the network and set limits. Note: This can be done from the EDU motors themselves and you do not need any keypads or remotes. This can be done before connecting Shade Control if desired. Please refer to the Lutron Sivoia QED Wiring and Programming Guide for more information. Note: Please make sure that address 96 is not assigned by checking the web interface under Devices and confirming that both values are all zeros.

Connection to Network

Installation requires connection to your network router or switch which supports 10Base-T Ethernet. Connect the built-in ethernet port to your network device using the included cat-5 cable or a standard cat-5 networking cable of your choice. You may also use a wireless bridge or a Powerline network device to provide the network connection. The Shade Control device will obtain an IP address automatically via DHCP.

Connection to Power

The XN200 hardware version gets its power from the 4-wire QED connection and no external power supply is required.

For BN100/SN100 hardware versions, connect the included power adapter to the device and plug it into a standard wall outlet.

When plugged in, the green LED on the ethernet port will blink for 5 seconds and then the device will boot normally.

Web Interface

To access the web interface type 'http://shadecontrol' into your browser. This may not work with all routers and network configurations (see below hint). You can also type the IP address of the Shade Control device which can be found in your router interface by matching an IP address from the table with the MAC address printed on the bottom of the device or by using an IP scanner tool to search by MAC address. Log in using the username 'admin' and the default password 'admin'.

Windows Hint: In your network connection properties under TCP/IPv4 properties, click the advanced button. In the DNS tab, select "Append these DNS suffixes (in order)" and click add and enter "." (a single period with no quotes).

Controls

This page displays the basic shade controls and status for each of the shades on your link as well as a control for all shades.

25%
Click to set the shade to 25% open.
50%
Click to set the shade to 50% open.
75%
Click to set the shade to 75% open.
Close
Click to send a close command.
Stop
Click to send a stop command.
Open
Click to send an open command.

Naming Shades

To name a shade click on the shade icon next to the shade name. Shade names can be up to 15 characters.

Groups

This page displays the basic group controls and status for each of the 16 available groups as well as a control for all shades.

25%
Click to set the group to 25% open.
50%
Click to set the group to 50% open.
75%
Click to set the group to 75% open.
Preset
Click to activate the preset.
Close
Click to send a close command.
Stop
Click to send a stop command.
Open
Click to send an open command.

Naming Groups

To name a group click on the shade icon next to the group name. Group names can be up to 15 characters.

Timers

This page displays any existing timers and allows you to create new timers.

If there are no timers configured, a timer called "New Timer" will automatically be populated for you to configure. If there are existing timers, they will be labeled "Timer #" in numerical order. To add another new timer, click the "Add Timer" button.

To configure a timer, first set the days on which you wish the timer to run. Do this by clicking on the "MTWRFSU" letters that abbreviate each day of the week. When active, a day will be shown as red. Then set the time of day you wish the timer to run. Some examples of the format to use are: "12:00PM", "2:30PM", "1:05AM". Next, set the address of the shade you want to control or select a group by putting a "G" in front of the group number. The address is the same as the shade/group number found on the controls page. If you have named your shades/groups simply click on the shade icon and the popup will display the number. Finally, set the position you want the timer to set the shade to. This can be a percentage or a value from 0-255. If you have specified a group then you can also enter "P" for preset. When you are finished adding new timers, save the changes. Timers are not saved until they are listed as numbered timers instead of "New Timer".

To deactivate a timer, set all the days to inactive and save the changes. The timer will be deleted from memory.

You can create up to 100 timers.

Note: When you configure timers your timezone information is automatically retrieved from your computer's settings and stored into the Shade Control memory.

Devices

This page lists information about the devices at each of the 96 addresses on your link. It may take several minutes for this page to populate after installation.

Settings

This page shows the firmware version, time as kept by the Shade Control device (adjusted for your computer's timezone settings), and allows you to enable or disable daylight savings time or DST.

This page also allows you to change the admin password.

All fields are limited to 15 characters or less.

Program

This page allows you to add shades to groups and store presets.

Select Shade
Choose the shade you want to work with by its address or select ALL for all shades.
Select Group
Choose the group you want to work with.
Identify Shade
This will allow you to identify which shades are part of a group or which shade is associated with an address. When activated, shades will jog up and down a small amount. Be sure to cancel when done.
Identify Group
This will allow you to identify which shades are part of a group. When activated, shades that are part of a group will move to their closed position and shades that are not part of the group will move to their open position. This will last for a few seconds or until you press cancel and then the shades will return to their previous position.
Assignment
This will allow you to add the selected shade to the selected group as well as remove it. When you add a shade to a group it will activate the Identify Group function. When you remove a shade that shade will move to its open limit to confirm removal, then return to its previous position.
Select Preset
This will allow you to store the current position of all assigned shades in a group as the preset position as well as test the preset. Each group has one preset.

Mobile Web App

Shade Control contains a built-in mobile web app which can be accessed from any browser including iPhone, iPad, and Android devices.

To launch the web app, visit http://shadecontrol/app.html or http://ip.address.here/app.html

Saving Password

The app allows you to save your password so that you do not need to log in every time you visit it. This is especially useful when adding the app to your home screen on iOS devices. To save your password, load the app and click on the settings button in the top right corner. Then click "Save Password". To clear your saved password, click "Clear Password".

Controlling Shades

To control your shades, simply click on the shade name. You will see a control panel pop up with buttons for Up, Down, Stop, and presets.

Emergency Factory Reset / Forgotten Password

In the event you have forgotten your password, you will need to factory reset your device. To do this, go to http://shadecontrol/userreset.cgi?do=true or http://ip.address.here/userreset.cgi?do=true in your web browser and enter the username "admin" and for the password enter the security key printed on the label on the bottom of your device. The security key can only be used to factory reset the device and will not allow you to access any other web pages.

Home Automation System Integration

TCP port 6000 is configured as a TCP serial port.

Commands start with "#" and then a 1-letter command. That is followed by the address of the item you want to control. The address is followed by a qualifier and optional value. Commands end with a carriage return ("\r", 0x0D).

Commands:

A - address, set the value of this shade (1-96 or 0=ALL), valid qualifiers: ?,=,NULL
G - group, set the value of this group (1-16), valid qualifiers: =
P - preset, activate the preset for a group (1-16), valid qualifiers: NULL

Qualifiers:

? - query, get the position of the shade
= - set, set the position of the shade
NULL - activate a preset or stop a shade/group

Example Commands:

#A10?\r
#A10=255\r
#G1=0\r
#P3\r


Responses start with "!" and the letter "A" for address. That is followed by the address of the shade and the shade's position as a 16-bit integer value. Responses end with "\r\n" (0x0D,0x0A). Error messages start with "?".

Example Responses:

!A10=65535\r\n
?INVALID COMMAND\r\n
?INVALID ADDRESS\r\n

You can also use HTTP GET commands in the following formats:

http://shadecontrol/set.cgi?addr=1&cmd=set&pos=100 - set a shade to an arbitrary position
http://shadecontrol/set.cgi?addr=1&cmd=st - send a stop command
http://shadecontrol/set.cgi?addr=0&cmd=gset&pos=100&num=1 - set a group to an arbitrary position (addr always 0)
http://shadecontrol/set.cgi?addr=0&cmd=ps&num=1 - activate a preset (addr always 0)
http://shadecontrol/status.xml - get an xml document that shows the positions of all the shades
addr - the address of the shade (1-96 or 0=ALL)
cmd - the command you want to send (op = open, cl = close, st = stop, set, gset = group set, gst = group stop, ps = preset)
pos - if the command is "set" or "gset" then supply the value to set the shade to (0-255)
num - if the command is "gset" or "gst" or "ps" then supply the number of the group/preset (1-16)

NOTE: HTTP GET commands require a valid basic authorization header to be sent.

Universal Devices ISY

Install the ISY-enabled firmware to get 2-way control and feedback of your shades in your ISY home automation controller (networking module required).

More coming soon...

Compliance Information

Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an output on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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