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>-->>Install Solaris Cluster. Installing and Configuring HAI Lighting Control (HLC) Last Updated: Equipment: • This application applies to the Omni LT, Omni II, Omni IIe, Omni Pro II, Lumina, and Lumina Pro controllers, with firmware Version 2.9 or later. NOTE: This application is not compatible with the older Omni/Omni Pro series of controllers. • HLC PIM (p/n – 36A00-1) • Phase Coupler (p/n – 39A00-1) – HAI recommends using a phase coupler in every application. • HLC devices – dimmers, non-dimmers, room and house controllers, as desired.
• Console – you can use either a standard push-button (33A00) or OmniTouch (32A00) console. • PC Access Software 1105W (optional) – Although all setup requirements can be performed from a console, the use of PC Access can be used to quicken the overall setup process, but can not be used to actually perform the configuration of the HLC devices. • PIM-to-PC Converter (p/n - 36A05-1/2) – This is an optional component that would be used if the 10A17-1 were used to control the lighting.