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Leviton D3208 Programming Setup Manual

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Type: Programming Setup Manual
Category: Controller
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Wizards 

Menus 

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SETUP: 
Device type, sound, security and panel selection……… 4 
Configuration and groups for partitioning………………. 6 
Zone information, channel & load type…………………. 7 
Auxiliary zones…………………………………………….. 8 

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Basic Time and Daylight Savings settings……………… 9 

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Minimum levels for each Zone………………………….. 16 
Lock and Unlock Zones…………………………………. 17 

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Choose which of 32 Scenes is activated………………. 10 
Program, name and set fade rate of Scenes…………. 11 
Set Scene Bank………………………………………….. 12 
Set Scene Group…………………………………………. 13 
Lock out the Scene and Dim/Bright buttons…………... 14 
Exclude Zones from particular Scenes………………… 15 

BASIC INFORMATION 

AND SETUP PROGRAMMING FOR THE D3208 

Checking the Firmware version………………………… 18 

Specifications……………………………………………… 2 
 
Installation Guide availability. 
Backdoor code ……………………………………………. 3 

Table of Contents 

 

 


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SPECIFICATIONS 
 

Electrical 
 
Input:                       
120VAC, 60Hz, +/-10% 
 
Isolated Output:     24 VDC @ 150mA 
 
Power Output:        1920W/VA total  
                                 1000W/VA max. per zone (increase capacity with power extender)  
                                  1200W/VA max. per side 
 
Minimum Load:      15W 
 
Surge Protection:   Surge Suppression for voltage surges up to 6000V and current 

surges up to 3000A 

 
Load Types:            Incandescent, Tungsten, Magnetic Low-Voltage Transformer, 

Advance Mark X Electronic Fluorescent Dimming Ballast, Neon, 
Cold Cathode and non-dimming loads. 

 
Testing/Code Compliance:          UL Listed, CSA Certified 
 
FCC Statement:      This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is 

subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device must not 
cause harmful interference and (2) This device must accept any 
interference received, including interference that may cause 
undesired operation. 

 
Real Time Clock:    Accurate within 15 seconds per week, with or without power.  

Leap year compensation.  Calculating of Sunrise and Sunset, 
given the correct latitude and longitude, to within 15 minutes. 
 

Environmental 
 
Operating Temperature:              
0°C to +40°C 
 
Software 
 
Programmer has been specified with sufficient permanent memory for 20 years  
to hold:  
                       - 32 Scenes  
                       - 64 Time schedules 

 


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I have a customer that has lost or forgotten their password. 

!!! CONFIDENTIAL !!! 

The backdoor code for the security password is "2757" 

The code is typed in using  the Scene buttons. 

 

When will the Installation Guide be available? 

The Installation Guide is in the process of being completed.  Watch for it to 
become available @ http://www.leviton.com/d3200/index.html … soon.   

 


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Dim/Bright Control : 

  Decora – general 

  Architectural – precise 

Choice of audible beep 

with every button push 

or not. 

Grant full accessibility  

or limit access 

to the SCENE buttons. 

Key-in a 4-digit 

password using the 

Scene buttons 1 thru 8. 

 

Repeat the password. 

The password leaves the 

unit unlocked for 2-1/2 

minutes after last action. 

Menus for partitioning on next page. 

SETUP WIZARD – The first step in setting up the Multizone Controller. 
1. Basic – Used to program device style, sound, security and panel selection. 

 


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SETUP WIZARD 
1. Basic 

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When using more than one D3208: 
Select a unique address (01-31) for this controller. 
Up or Down buttons to select panel number. 

Up and Down buttons scroll A-Z, space and 0-9. 
 
Right & Left buttons move to next/previous space. 

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The following menus help with partitioning and other instances where there is 
more than one Multizone Controller. 

For Partitioning Only.  If not using the partitioning feature, press the Select/Next 
button to save entry and proceed. 
Note: If using only one Multizone Controller, leave the default setting.  Press the 
Select/Next button to save entry and proceed. 

 


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SETUP WIZARD – The first step in setting up the Multizone Controller. 
2. Panels – Used to program configuration and group parameters when using the 

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Select the desired CONFIG (001-256) 
This setting will be used to determine the layout of 
each room or configuration. 

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Up and Down buttons scroll A-Z, space and 0-9. 
 
Right & Left buttons move to next/previous space. 

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Select the desired Scene Group (01-64)  A group is 
a collection of zones that is assigned a group 
number.  A single zone may be in multiple groups. 

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Up and Down buttons select Panels (01-31) 
 
Right & Left buttons toggle Include or Exclude. 

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Right & Left buttons toggle between 1 and 2. 

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SETUP WIZARD 
3. Zones – Used to program zone information, including zone, group, channel 

and device type.  A zone can be a single load or group of loads. 

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Edit Zone Name using up to 16 characters. 
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Right & Left buttons move to next/previous space. 

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Select the Group (01-64)  for this zone.  Use this 
setting to select the group number that this zone 
will be assigned to under this configuration. 

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Up and Down buttons to select ZONE (1-8) 
Right or Left button for next option. 
Up and Down buttons to select PANEL (01-31) 

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UP and Down buttons scroll CHANNEL  (1-8, X) 
Change mapping of Channel number to actual Load 
connection.  No two Channels can have the same 
Channel number, so “X” is used as a place holder 
until the new number becomes available. 

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Up or Down button selects TYPE (REL, DIM) 
This setting is used to select either a dimming or a 
non-dimming Load. 

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Up or Down selects LOAD TYPE (FLOR, INC) 
“INC” is for Incandescent, Magnetic Low-Volt, 
Cold Cathode, Tungsten and Neon Loads. 
“FLOR“ is for Mark X Fluorescent Loads. 

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SETUP WIZARD 
4. Aux Devices – Used to setup auxiliary zones.  Auxiliary zones are loads which 

are not directly wired to the D3208 being accessed. 

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Up or Down buttons to select PANEL (01-31) 
 
Right or Left buttons to select ZONE (1-8) 

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5. System – “The system menu is used only to reprogram the logic board, it has 

no other function at this time” – Al Lombardi 6/10/02. 

Select 

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way to restore factory defaults from the front panel.  There is a 
way to restore the factory defaults from a PC using the D3200 
software and a smart jack. – Al Lombardi 6/10/02. 

 


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CLOCK WIZARD – The second step in setting up the Multizone Controller.  It 
provides basic Time and Daylight Savings settings.  If there are multiple 
Controllers on the LCnet, all will synchronize with the first unit programmed. 

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Right and Left buttons are used to select hour, 
minute, second or AM/PM positions. 
Up and Down buttons scroll 01-12, 01-59, AM/PM. 
After settings are complete, press Select/Next. 

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Up and Down buttons toggle between ON and OFF. 
Set to ON position if Daylight Savings is observed 
in your area.  Set to OFF to disable the setting. 

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day and year positions. 
Up and Down buttons scroll thru each setting. 
After settings are complete, press Select/Next. 

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Press Select/Next to return to the Main Screen. 

 


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SCENE WIZARD – Allows for the programming and operation of up to 32 
lighting scenes.  Naming of device and lighting scenes gives user-friendly control 
of lighting loads. 
1. Call Scene – Used to choose which of the 32 programmed scenes are to be 

called or activated. 

Select the desired scene to call (01-32) 

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Up or Down button to call the scene with a desired 
fade time (default, 0:00 seconds to 2h00m) 
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SCENE WIZARD 
2. Program Scene – Used to program, name and set fade-transition rates to 

desired scenes.  NOTE:  Scene programming can also be accessed by 
holding down a SCENE button for 8 seconds and then proceeding. 

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Select the desired scene to program (01-32) 

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Up or Down button to call the scene with a desired 
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Press the Select/Next button to save and proceed. 

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Edit Scene Name using up to 16 characters. 
Up and Down buttons scroll A-Z, space and 0-9. 
Right & Left buttons move to next/previous space. 

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Adjust the levels for each zone and press the Select/
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SCENE WIZARD 
3. Set Scene Bank – Used to setup a total of up to 32 scenes and which SCENE 

buttons will control what scenes (01-08, 09-16, 17-24 and 25-32). 

Select 

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Up or Down button to select the Scene Bank 01-08, 
09-16, 17-24 or 25-32. 
Press the Select/Next button to save and proceed. 

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From the Main Screen, use the Left or Right buttons to select which 

Scene Bank to activate (01-08, 09-16, 17-24 or 25-32) 

 


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SCENE WIZARD 
4. Set Scene Group – Scene calls made from the Multizone Controller (Menu or 

Scene Buttons 1-8) are made for the group chosen here. 

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Up or Down button to select the Scene Group 1-64. 
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SCENE WIZARD 
5. Scene Lock – Used to lock out or enable Scene and Dim/Bright buttons.  

When the Scene Lock is ON, only the Scene buttons and the Dim/ Bright 
buttons are disabled. 

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SCENE WIZARD 
6. Exclude Zones – Used to remove a particular zone or zones from executing in 

a programmed scene. 

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Up or Down button to select which scene (01-32) 
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ZONE WIZARD – The Zone Wizard programming provides settings for 
minimal levels and the option to lock and unlock zones. 
1. Adjust Minimum – Used to program the minimum lighting levels for specific 

Loads. 

For Dimmers Only.  Using the Up or Down buttons 
of the first six zones (1-6) to set the individual 
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ZONE WIZARD  
2. Lock/Unlock – Used to program the locking or unlocking of individual zones.  

Locking will render the Dim/Bright buttons nonfunctional. 

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Right and Left buttons to select Panel or Zone. 
Up and Down buttons to scroll through Panels and 
Zones 1-8 to lock or unlock. 

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If the display shows LOCK then pressing Select/Next 
will lock that zone.  If the display shows UNLOCK 
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CHECKING THE FIRMWARE VERSION 

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The last step returns you to the active display.