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Leviton miniZ mZn20-102 User Manual

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Daylight Harvesting Made Simple.

This user’s guide applies to the following part numbers:

Network Remote, Dimmed, Two Room, 120V or 277V

Network Remote, Dimmed, Two Room, 347V

Network Remote, Dimmed Version, 2 Zone, 2 Relay, 
120V or 277V

Network Remote, Dimmed Version, 3 Zone, 1 Relay, 
120V or 277V

Description

2

3

2

2

0-10V 

Outputs

2

1

2

2

Relay 

Outputs

m Z n 2 2 - 1 0 2

m Z n 3 0 - 1 0 1

m Z n 2 0 - 1 0 2

m Z n 2 2 - C 0 2

Model 

Number

Features between models vary. As such, not all information in this manual 

applies to all models.

Network Remote, Dimmed Version, 3 Zone, 1 Relay, 
347V

Network Remote, Dimmed Version, 2 Zone, 2 Relay, 
347V

2

3

2

1

m Z n 2 0 - C 0 2

m Z n 3 0 - C 0 1

REMOTE NETWORKING ADDENDUM

Revision A 5/2007

 


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NOTES

 


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Page 1

D

ESCRIPTION OF APPLICATION

.…………………………………..……..  2

C

ABLE

 W

IRING

& J

UMPERS

…………...………………………..……….  4

C

ONFIGURATION

 DIP S

WITCH

 S

ETTINGS

– N

ETWORK

..……..………...  5

N

OTES

: Z-MAX C

ONFIGURATION

……………………………..………...  6

N

OTES

MINI

Z O

PERATION

……………………….……………………...  7

TABLE OF CONTENTS

S

TEP

1

S

TEP

2

S

TEP

3

S

TEP

4

S

TEP

5

 


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D

ESCRIPTION OF

 A

PPLICATION

This Addendum is a supplement to the regular miniZ Users’ Guide which 
is enclosed with every miniZ shipped.  The miniZ Users’ Guide covers all 
non-network installation procedures and settings for the Remote 
Networking miniZ.  The Remote Networking Addendum covers only the 
installation procedures and settings specifically for these products.

The Remote Networking miniZ is intended for use as a slave relay, 
daylight harvesting controller to a master Z-MAX Relay Panel.  The Z-
MAX Relay Panel can control all scheduled events of the miniZ Remote 
Network controller.  In addition, it can be configured to operate with the 
wall station controls and/or occupancy sensors either directly connected 
to the Z-MAX Master or to the miniZ Remote.  In all cases, the photocell 
needs to be connected directly to the miniZ Remote.

Communications are handled over a LumaNET bus cabling with Cat-3 or 
Cat-5, 8-wire cable per the installation guide of the Z-MAX Master Relay 
Panel.

The following is an example of a one-line diagram for a typical 
application.  This illustrates how the Remote Networking miniZ is used 
with a Z-MAX Master Relay Panel.

STEP 1

Page 2

DESCRIPTION OF APPLICATION

 


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The following is an example of a one-line diagram for a typical application.  This illustrates how the 
Remote Networking miniZ is used with a Z-MAX Master Relay Panel.

Page 3

 


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CABLE WIRING & JUMPERS

STEP 2

Page 4

C

ABLE

 W

IRING

& J

UMPERS

Run at least one Cat-3 or Cat-5 8-wire cable to either Modular-Jack  

      (RJ-45).

If only one cable is present, jumper JP2 (on left side) should be on 

      both pins (e.g., closed).

If two cables are present, jumper JP2 should be open (on one pin 

      only).

JP4 (‘Shield’) should be open (on one pin only).

JP3 R

OUTES

 P

OWER

:

If both jumpers are open (on one pin only), no power connections are 

      present.

If a jumper is on the center two pins, the two cables are connected 

      and the miniZ is not.

If a jumper is on the left two pins, the miniZ sends power to the left 

      cable.

If a jumper is on the right tow pins, the miniZ sends power to the right 

      cable.

Do not have any cable powered by more than a single device.

 


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Dip Switches

Page 5

D

IP

 S

WITCH

 S

ETTINGS

Z = ZMSP (must be one for networking)
F = see miniZ operation on page 7
1-32 = Add to get slave address

1

st

 relay number is Address x 4-3 

3-zone units have only the 1

st

 relay

2-channel & 2-rooom have 1

st

& 2

nd

 relays

ON

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8 9 10

1   2   4   8  16  32   F             Z 

Address 12

 Relay 45-48

STEP 3

 


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NOTES: Z-MAX Configuration

STEP 4

Page 6

Z-MAX C

ONFIGURATION

Each miniZ is  allocated 4 relay numbers and 4 discrete numbers.

Given a slave address, the first relay/discrete number is Slave-Address x 
4 – 3.

In the Dip Switch example, a miniZ is at “Address 12”.  The 1

st

 relay/

discrete is 45.

The 1

st

/only switchbox is at the same address as the 1

st

 relay.

Except in 3-zone units, the 2

nd

 switchbox and the 2

nd

 relay use the 

second relay/discrete number.

In 1-room units, the Occupancy Sensor is the 3

rd

 discrete and the 

Photocell Sensor is the 4

th

 discrete.

In 2-room units, the 1

st

 Occupancy Sensor is at the 3

rd

 discrete and the 

2

nd

 is at the 4

th

.

 


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NOTES: miniZ Operation

Page 7

STEP 6

MINI

Z O

PERATION

If DIP switch ‘F’ (#7) is on, all switchbox and occupancy events are sent 
to the Z-MAX master and not processed by the miniZ.

If DIP switch ‘F’ (#7) is off, the miniZ will process the switchbox and 
occupancy events (including Dim, Bright, and Max from 5-button 
stations).  These events are also sent to the Z-MAX master.

Note: The miniZ always uses the Photocell – so daylighting wil operate 
normally in either setting.

STEP 5

 


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