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    MS-Z101 will not dim

    2 20W led fixtures, hard wired with neutral, yellow green wire connected to neutral, MS-Z101 has full light on, dimmer switch has no effect, also very mild random flickering. Had two electicians look at instuctons and device. They found wiring diagram for single-pole confusing.

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    Hello Jkircher,
    Thank you for your post! Please see the wiring diagram for the MS-Z101 0-10v dimming control for a single pole application @ http://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocum...93_Page_60.pdf
    If you have any issues with wiring in or problems after wiring in, we would advise to give our Tech Support group a call to assist with identifying the root cause of the issue. They are available 24/7 and can be reached @ 1-888-Lutron1 (588-7661)

    Hope this info helps!

    -JustinF.

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    [QUOTE=Justin F.;32221]Hello Jkircher,
    Thank you for your post! Please see the wiring diagram for the MS-Z101 . .


    The problem is that there is only two wires coming from the two wall sconces, a black and a white. The two LED fixtures were wired with only a black and white wire, and the fixture did not have any other wires, violet, grey, or otherwise. Is there another motion senser/dimmer low voltage available for this situation?

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    I guess I should reread your response at least twice before reacting. I will call support.

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    The MS-Z101 is a 10v dimmer. It will switch the lights on/off through the line voltage connection (the black/white wires you mentioned). It dims the lights using a 0-10v signal. You would need a separate low voltage cable from the dimmer to the fixtures (can be daisy chained).

    If your fixture does not have the violet/gray wires it is not a 0-10v driver. You would need the MSCL-OPS6 dimmer/sensor for that.
    LED, Incorporated
    Raleigh, NC 27614

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