Diode LED K-RANGE 24 Inline LED Remote Control User Manual

Warning, Safety & warnings, Installation quick specs

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Safety & Warnings

Before you begin, read all warnings and installation instructions thoroughly.

Prior to installation, verify all components are a compatible system. Configure and pre-test your LED system prior to permanent installation to ensure all

components are operating correctly. Install in accordance with the NEC and local regulations.

1. Turn OFF 120

~277VAC power at circuit breaker prior to installation.

2. Remove the Input and Output cover ports of the receiver with a #2

Phillips head screwdriver. Connect a compatible constant voltage DC

driver to the receiver. See ‘Wiring Connections’.

3. Connect a compatible 2-channel K-RANGE fixture to the receiver. Utilize

the V+, WW, & NW terminal ports for 2-channel K-RANGE fixtures. See

‘Wiring Connections’. Ensure not to overload the receiver. In addition, do

not exceed the maximum run length of the fixture.

4. Install additional components and accessories. Once complete, turn

circuit breaker ON.

• Install in accordance with the National Electric Code, and local regulations.
• This product is intended to be installed and serviced by a qualified,

licensed electrician.

• Do not connect directly to high voltage 120V~277V power. Install with a

compatible Class 2 constant voltage LED driver (power supply).

• Only install compatible LED drivers and fixtures. Contact technical support

or visit the product page for compatible products.

• This product is rated for indoor installation and is not protected against


• Proper heat dissipation will prolong the working lifespan of this product.

Install in a well-ventilated area free from explosive gases and vapors.

• Ensure applicable wire is installed between driver, fixture, and any controls

in between. When choosing wire, factor in voltage drop, amperage

rating, and type (in-wall rated, wet location rated, etc.). Inadequate wire

installation could overhead wires, and cause a fire.

• Do not modify or disassemble this product beyond instructions or the

warranty will be void.

Input Voltage

3VDC Battery (CR2032)

Transmitting Distance

130 ft.

Control Type

Pulse Width Modulation (PWM). 2-Channel

K-Range fixtures. Not compatible with

3-channel K-Range fixtures.

Ambient Temperature †


~ 122°F (-20° ~ 50°C)

Input / Output Voltage

12-24VDC constant voltage

Max Current Load

3A x 3CH Max 9A

Max Output Power

108W/216W (12V/24V)

Ambient Temperature †


~ 122°F (-30° ~ 50°C)


Indoor / dry location

K-RANGE 24 Remote


For full specifications, see the ‘Specification Sheet’ available at the online

product page.

• Pull out battery tab of the remote and power up remote and receiver.
• Long press the Learning ID button on the receiver for >5 seconds until

the red running light blinks rapidly. Immediately release the ‘Learning ID’

and short press it again.

• Now press a button on the remote to send a signal and the remote will

sync to the receiver. After 3 seconds the running light on the receiver

should blink at a normal rate (roughly 1 blink per second).

If installing multiple controllers and receivers, do not pair multiple remotes

to a single receiver. Each remote must be paired to a single receiver or the

system will function improperly. Reset the receiver to factory settings if

improper pairing is performed.

Pairing the Remote and Receiver

Installing the Receiver


Quick Specs

† Do not install product in an environment outside the listed ambient

temperature. Ensure adequate airflow and heatsinking is considered

when mounting/installing.

Resetting the Receiver to Factory Settings

• To reset the receiver, long press the Learning ID button on the receiver

for >10 seconds.

• During this period the running light will flash rapidly for <5 seconds. You

can release the ‘Learning ID’ once the rapid flashing slows to a normal

rate (roughly 1 blink per second).

• The receiver has now been reset to factory settings.

Resetting the Receiver to Factory Settings

See the online product page for video

tutorials or contact technical support.

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