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Leviton OmniTouch 7 Installation Manual

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Category: Monitor
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OmniTouch 7

TM

 Touchscreen

7" Color Touchscreen

Installation Guide

 


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SPECIFICATIONS....................................................................................2

DESCRIPTION.........................................................................................3

PLANNING...............................................................................................3

 

Wiring Requirements....................................................................3

INSTALLATION........................................................................................4

REMOVING THE TOUCHSCREEN...........................................................7

CONFIGURING THE TOUCHSCREEN.....................................................8

 

Controller Settings........................................................................8

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SPECIFICATIONS

Size:
 
 

Mounting Bracket Cutout:  

6.125" W x 4.625" H

 

Overall Dimensions:   

7.375" W x 5.25" H x 0.55" D

 

LCD View Area:   

7" diagonal

Display:

 Resolution: 

800x480

Voltage:

 

Operating Voltage (PoE): 

42 - 57 VDC

 

Nominal Voltage (PoE): 

48 VDC 

 

Nominal Voltage (Aux): 

12 VDC

 
Power:

 

Power Consumption: 

 5.4 Watts, maximum

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DESCRIPTION

The Model 99A00 OmniTouch 7 Touchscreen with Video is a colorful 
network touchscreen interface for Leviton Security & Automation 
controllers. The OmniTouch 7 features graphics for control of lights and 
small appliances, to monitor and adjust security and temperatures, pool 
and spa settings, ventilation, audio distribution, home theater equipment, 
surveillance video, and other essential elements controlled by a Leviton 
home automation system.

PLANNING

The OmniTouch 7 is an IEEE 802.3af compliant Power over Ethernet 
(PoE) Powered Device (PD). The OmniTouch 7 receives its power over 
the same cable that connects the OmniTouch 7 to the network, using a 
Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) device, such as a PoE network switch, 
hub, or power injector.  

It is very important to plan where the OmniTouch 7 Touchscreen will be 
installed.  Each OmniTouch 7 Touchscreen must be installed within 100 
meters (328 feet) of a Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) device.

In selecting a place to mount the touchscreen, be sure to avoid an area 
where studs, plumbing, or electrical wiring may be located behind the 
wallboard. Use a stud finder or probe to locate a suitable mounting 
position. The mounting area should be at least 2” deep. It should be 
mounted so that the display is at or slightly below eye level. 

Wiring Requirements

When connecting an OmniTouch 7 to the network, a Cat-5 (4-pair) cable 
is required for operation. Run the Cat-5 cable between the location of 
the PoE network switch, hub, or power injector and the location of the 
OmniTouch 7.  

The maximum distance between the Power Sourcing Equipment (PSE) 
device and the OmniTouch 7 and is 100 meters (328 feet). Terminate 
both ends of the Cat-5 cable with 8-position modular connectors to make 
a standard straight through network patch cable.

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INSTALLATION

1)  Make the cutout for the touchscreen

 

Tape the template (Installation Template for OmniTouch 7 
Touchscreen) onto the wall, ensuring that it is level and plumb.  

 

Use a sharp utility knife to cut along the 4 straight dotted lines on 
the template. This will score the wall surface below and transfer the 
template outline to the wall.

 

Remove the template and CAREFULLY cut through the wall material 
along the inside of the scored line. Remember – it is always easier 
to make the hole larger than it is to put back material that has been 
removed!

Figure 1

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6.125”

4.625”

 


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2)  Install the mounting bracket into the cutout 

 

a.   Insert the mounting bracket into the wall cutout with the flanges 

(marked "A" in Figure 2) at the bottom and retention clips (marked 
"B" in Figure 2) rotated to the interior of the bracket as shown. 

Figure 2

 

b.   Rotate each of the retention clips clockwise (as shown in Figure 

3) so that the clip grasps the back of the wallboard and the clip 
stop comes to rest.

Figure 3

 

c.  Tighten the retention clip screws by turning clockwise.

 


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3)  Installing the touchscreen

 

a.   Insert the 8-position modular cable (marked "A" in Figure 4) into 

the RJ-45 connector (LAN/POE) on the touchscreen (marked "A" 
in Figure 5).

 

b.   Align the tabs on the mounting bracket (marked "B" in Figure 

4) with the slots on the touchscreen (marked "B" in Figure 5). 
Attach the touchscreen to the mounting bracket by inserting the 
tabs on the bracket into the mating slots on the touchscreen and 
then gently pushing downward to lock into place.

Figure 4

Figure 5

 


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REMOVING THE TOUCHSCREEN

After installation, if it is necessary to remove the touchscreen from the 
wall:
 

a)   Remove the screws that secure the touchscreen to the mounting 

bracket.

 

b)  Push the touchscreen upward and then lift it away from the wall.

Figure 6

 

c.   Secure the touchscreen to the mounting bracket flanges using 

the provided screws.

 


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CONFIGURING THE TOUCHSCREEN

When power is first connected to the OmniTouch 7 touchscreen, if the 
touchscreen hasn’t previously been configured to communicate with 
the Leviton controller, the touchscreen Controller Settings screen is 
displayed.
The IP address of the OmniTouch7 is displayed next to "Touchscreen IP".
Use the keyboard to enter the data in each of the edit boxes:  
 

• 

 After all controller connection settings have been entered and 
confirmed, press the  
"Save & Exit" button to save the settings and connect to the 
controller.

 

• 

 Use the "Exit" button to exit the Controller Settings screen 
without saving any changes that were made.

 

• 

Use the “Clear” button to clear all of the content in the currently 

selected edit box.

Controller Settings
To connect the OmniTouch 7 to a Leviton controller, enter the Leviton 
controller network connection information:
 

1.   Touch the edit box to the right of "Controller Address:" and enter 

the IP address or hostname of the Leviton controller by pressing 
the respective keys on the keyboard.

 

 

 The controller’s local network IP address or hostname is used 
to identify the Leviton controller on the network. The format of 
the IP address is a numeric address entered as four numbers 
separated by periods. 

 


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2.   Touch the edit box to the right of "Controller Port:" and enter the 

port number of the Leviton controller by pressing the respective 
keys on the keyboard.  

 

 

 The controller’s local network port number identifies the logical 
channel to the Leviton controller. In most installations, the default 
port number of "4369" can remain the same. Port numbers range 
from 0 to 65535. 

 

3.   Touch the first edit box to the right of "Encryption Keys:" and 

enter Encryption Key 1 for the Leviton controller by pressing the 
respective keys on the keyboard.

 

 

 The Encryption Keys are used to encrypt and decrypt the data 
between the Leviton controller and the OmniTouch 7. This key 
consists of 16 bytes (16 2-digit values from 0-9 and/or the letters 
A-F).  It is entered in two parts consisting of 8 bytes (8 2-digit 
values) in each edit box, with each byte separated by a hyphen. 

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4.   Touch the second edit box to the right of "Encryption Keys:" and 

enter Encryption Key 2 for the Leviton controller by pressing the 
respective keys on the keyboard.

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5.   After all controller connection settings have been entered and 

confirmed, press the "Save" button at the bottom right of the 
screen to save the settings and connect to the Leviton controller.

 


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DI-02X-99A00-05A

-W

 (99I00)

© 2013 Leviton Mfg. Co., Inc.

FOR CANADA ONLY

For warranty information and/or product returns, residents of Canada should contact Leviton in writing at 

Leviton Manufacturing of Canada Ltd to the attention of the Quality Assurance Department, 165 

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FCC COMPLIANCE

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 outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is 

connected.

•  Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

For Technical Assistance Call: 1-800-824-3005 (U.S.A. Only) www.leviton.com

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products  manufactured  by  Leviton  under  the  Leviton  brand  name  (“Product”)  will  be  free  from 

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• 

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  • Thermostats,  Accessories:  two (2) years from installation or 30 months from manufacture 

date.

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of purchase. 

Note: Primary (non-rechargeable) batteries shipped in products are not warranted. 

Products with Windows

®

 Operating Systems: During the warranty period, Leviton will restore 

corrupted operating systems to factory default at no charge, provided that the product has been used 

as originally intended. Installation of non-Leviton software or modification of the operating system voids 

this warranty. Leviton’s obligation under this Limited Warranty is limited to the repair or replacement, 

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replaced product is then warranted under the terms of this Limited Warranty for the remainder of the 

Limited Warranty time period or ninety (90) days, whichever is longer. This Limited Warranty does 

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Leviton is not responsible for conditions or applications 

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including failure to follow written Installation and operation instructions, normal wear and 

tear, catastrophe, fault or negligence of the user or other problems external to the Product. To 

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