The Cameo® CLW-DELVEX-P is an in-wall lighting dimmer designed to control a range of dimmable lighting load types including electronic low-voltage, LED, incandescent, tungsten-halogen, electronic CFL, and 2-wire fluorescent ballasts. Its buttons are configurable, engravable, and field-replaceable to allow for a variety of layouts and custom functionality. A choice of twelve designer colors provides an attractive appearance in any décor.
The CLW-DELVEX-P can be operated standalone or integrated with a Crestron® control system or Crestron Pyng® system. Ultra-reliable infiNET EX® wireless communications simplifies installation and wiring for both new and retrofit applications. Compatibility with Cameo In-Wall Remote Dimmers (CLW-SLVU-P ) enables multipoint 3- and 4-way lighting control. The CLW-DELVEX-P is rated for 500 VA/Watts maximum at 120 Volts AC, 50/60 Hz.
Reverse Phase Dimming
The CLW-DELVEX-P employs reverse phase (trailing edge) dimming technology to handle electronic low-voltage (ELV) transformers feeding halogen or LED lighting fixtures. It is also capable of controlling incandescent, tungsten-halogen, dimmable screw-base type CFL and LED bulbs, and 2-wire dimmable fluorescent ballasts.
Each Cameo dimmer features the ability to configure its buttons in a variety of layouts to adapt its functionality to the application. Simple up/down dimming and on/off switching can be achieved using a single rocker switch or individual buttons. More sophisticated functionality is afforded using up to four buttons, allowing up to three dimming presets to be stored and recalled at will. Through integration with a control system, buttons may even be assigned to control a second lighting zone, select a whole-room lighting scene composed of several dimmers, turn on a ceiling fan, or adjust the audio system volume.
The CLW-DELVEX-P is furnished with a complete set of button caps to accommodate any desired button layout. Button caps may also be ordered with custom engraving , allowing each button to be labeled according to its function. The buttons are field configurable and replaceable, allowing changes to be made at any time.
White LED indicators are included to provide feedback when a button is pressed or a preset is selected. They also function as a bargraph to display the dimming level as the dimmer is adjusted. When the load is turned off, the top LED glows dimly, allowing the dimmer to be located easily in a dark room.
Multipoint Dimming Control
Controlling a single lighting circuit from more than one location is enabled by adding one or more CLW-SLVU-P remote dimmers. Remote dimmers are wired to the CLW-DELVEX-P through the high-voltage wiring in a manner similar to conventional 3- or 4-way switching. In fact, it is possible to simply replace the switches in an existing 3- or 4-way wired circuit without installing any new wiring. Up to nine remote dimmers can be connected to a single CLW-DELVEX-P, allowing on/off and up/down dimming control of a single lighting load from up to ten locations.
infiNET EX® Wireless Technology
Wireless integration with a Crestron control system enables the CLW-DELVEX-P to be controlled from any Crestron keypad, touch screen, handheld remote, or mobile device app. It can also enable intelligent automation as part of a complete Crestron energy management solution.
Ultra-reliable infiNET EX wireless technology provides steadfast two-way RF communications throughout a residential or commercial structure without the need for physical control wiring. Employing a 2.4 GHz mesh network topology, each infiNET EX device (including the CLW-DELVEX-P) functions as an expander (routing node), relaying command signals through to every other infiNET EX device within range (typically 50 feet or 15 meters), ensuring that every command reaches its intended destination without disruption.
The CLW-DELVEX-P communicates with a Crestron control system via an infiNET EX Wireless Gateway (model CEN-GWEXER, MC3, or DIN-AP3MEX ). Up to 100 infiNET EX devices may coexist on a single wireless network, and every device that is added to the network effectively increases the range and stability of the entire network by providing multiple redundant signal paths.