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Product Overview

The Pico wireless keypad is a flexible and easy to use device that allows the user to adjust multiple lights and shades to different levels at the touch of a button. This battery-operated keypad requires no external power or communication wiring.


SPECIFICATIONS

  • Operating Voltage 3 V⎓.

  • CR2032 battery.

REQUIREMENT

  • Lutron Pico.

  • Mounting Plate and Faceplate.

  • 4.8mm Phillips Screwdriver.

  • Screws and Fishers (provided).

  • Drilling Machine.

  • Wire connectors.

PICO TYPES

4-Button Group Pico 

This Pico is used to control two sets of loads.


4-Button Scene Pico

Each button can be programmed to perform specific functions, independent of other buttons


2-Button Pico

This Pico has two programmable options, each independent of the other.


PICO PROGRAMMING SCHEDULES (PER LOCATION TYPE) 

Here is a programming guide per location type. This will guide you on how to program the Picos to control lights in each location type. 

*Ambient Lights include Cove Lights, Step Lights, Cupboard Lights, etc. These lights set the ambience in the room.

Any Room Entrance Scene Keypad

This is applicable to any keypad at the entrance of a room e.g. Main Living, Dining, Kitchen, Family Lounge, Study, Gym.

Any Room Entrance Light Keypad (1 AC)

This is applicable to group keypads at the entrance of a room with a single air conditioner e.g. Main Living, Dining, Kitchen, Family Lounge, Study, Gym.



Bedroom Bedside Scene Keypad

This is applicable to Master Bedrooms. The bedside keypads are either placed on a pedestal or installed on the wall beside the bed. 


Bathroom Entrance Light Keypad

This is applicable to Master Bathrooms.


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Bedroom Bedside Light Keypads

This is the general bedside keypad. It is applicable to all bedrooms

Bedroom Entrance Scene Keypads

This is applicable to bedroom entrances for all bedrooms


Bedroom Bedside Pedestal Keypad

This is applicable to Master Bedrooms and is used to run whole house scenes from the Master Bedroom.


Main Entry Keypad

This keypad is installed at the Entrance Foyer and is used to trigger whole house scenes when entering or leaving the home.

Entry/Exit Light Pico

This is placed at entry and/or exit points of the home e.g. Main Entrance Foyer and Kitchen.

PICO PLACEMENT [PER LOCATION TYPE]

This will guide you on the arrangement of the keypads per location in the home. From the guide below, you can see that general bedrooms will have a 4-Button Entrance Scene keypad and a 4-Button Entrance Light Keypad.

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INSTALLATION STEPS [ON-WALL]

Follow these steps when carrying out on-wall installation of the Pico.


Step 1

Determine the mounting position of the Pico. The Pico should be installed This point should be 1.8 metres from the ground level and ‘minimum 0.3 metres from the door frame or bed frame.

For Overhead Coiling, Folding, Two-Way Sliding and other “weird” doors, the Pico should be placed on the right-hand side of the door on entry.


Step 2

Separate the Faceplate from the Mounting Plate by carefully snapping them apart.

Step 3

The Mounting Plate has two sets of opposite screw holes, each at the middle of one edge of the plate. The mounting screws may be inserted into either the left/right or the top/bottom locations.

Place the Mounting Plate at the point of installation and mark the drilling points. Plumb the plate to be sure it’s straight.

Step 4

Drill into the marked points.

Step 5

Insert the two provided fishers into the drilled holes.

Step 6

Screw the Mounting Plate on the wall. Plumb the plate to be sure it’s straight.

DO NOT put the screws in too tight. 

DO NOT use glue to install the Mounting Plate. This can cause permanent damage or deformation.


Step 7

Slide out the latch cover at the back of the Pico.

Step 8

Slide the Pico(s) into the Pico latch. One Mounting Plate can take up to two Picos, with Faceplates to match.

Step 9

Snap the Faceplates into the Mounting Plate

INSTALLATION STEPS [REPLACING A LIGHT SWITCH]

Follow these steps when using the Pico to replace an existing light switch.


Step 1

Remove the screws that hold the light switch.

Step 2

Pull out the light switch from it’s backbox. Identify the supply cable, the load cable and the neutral cables (not always present). 

The supply cable brings current to the switch, while the load cable is the circuit for the lighting load.

Step 3

Switch off the circuit breaker that supplies the switch. Use an Electrical Tester to confirm the supply to the switch is out.

Step 4

Unscrew the electrical terminals of the switch to release the cables. 

Step 5

Use the wire connectors to join the supply cable and the load cable. Also, if there are neutral cables, join the supply neutral cable and the load neutral cable.

Confirm the joint is firm and there are no wires sticking out of either joints.

Step 6

Tuck the cables neatly into the backbox.

Step 7

The 3x3 backbox has screw holes on it’s sides. Use these to screw the Mounting Plate unto the backbox.


Step 8

Slide out the latch cover at the back of the Pico

Step 9

Slide the Pico(s) into the Pico latch. One Mounting Plate can take up to two Picos, with Faceplates to match.

Step 10

Snap the Faceplates into the Mounting Plate

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