LRM-AS/LRM (Wall Mounted Back to Topics · LRM-AS/LRM Product Overview · How to wire LRM-AS and LRM · How to replace/reset. Evolve LRM-AS Series , Rel. Instructions. LRM-AS by Evolve Guest Controls Inclusion of the LRM-AS Wall Mounted Dimmer on the EHC Wireless. Scene Command Class. – Security Compatible – Supports the Powerlevel command. – Has automatic Static Update Controller (SUC) capability. LRM-AS.

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What the wiring diagram is telling you is that you need to provide a neutral wire to the switch and a neutral wire to the load. In my house, I usually had to run a new wire from the switch’s electrical box to the fixture the switch controlled so that I would have a neutral available for the switch.

The wiring diagrams for Evolve switches can be confusing. The white wire connects to the neutral coming back from the load and returning to the load center breaker box. Now I just need to finish installing the other dimmers.

Need help wiring Evolve LRM-AS Dimmer

I would appreciate any help that you guys can provide. Since you ltm-as replacing an existing switch, you should not have to worry about running a neutral to the load because it is already in place. Evolvf need a neutral usually white in the U. I’m anxious to get everything set up.

One is the ground and I assume the other two are the line and load but I am not sure. Ill pick up a wire tester to figure out what the wires are. In one photo, I see several wires twisted together. If those twisted wires are neutrals, that’s where the white wire would connect, if they’re part of your light’s circuit. Evolve has several names. If that is the case, then it should be rather easy to ebolve which of the two black wires is line using a circuit teste.


EVOLVE LRM-AS Z-wave Wall Mount Dimmer W White

They are white wires so they may be neutral wires. Please login or register. It also appears that you are fortunate to have a neutral wire already available for the switch.

Did you miss your activation email? I took a look at them after you mentioned it.

Evolve LRM-AS – Wall Mounted Dimmer – White

Home Help Search Login Register. The yellow wire is not needed, except if you want to have the equivalent of a 3-wire circuit.

The neutral isn’t usually wired to standard non Z-wave switches. I can’t really tell what wire colors you have because of the paint. The Evolve switches are not complicated to wire, but with all the extra wires they take up a great deal of space in a switch box. I removed the paint from the other wires but they are all black so I evolvee to determine which one is line and which one is load. In that case the other black wire is load.

I twisted the neutral wire from the dimmer in with the others and added a wire connector. You are right about the twisted wires. Smart Home, made easy.


I often had to remove the yellow wire and trim the green wire in order to get them to fit.

Evolve Lrm-as 120 VAC 500-watt Wall Mount Dimmer

I had to attach the neutral to the group of neutral wires. I figured it out. You need to determine accurately the function of each wire in order to install the switch safely. I’ve attached images of the wires. Evolve seems to be the brand name for ACT’s residential line lrmas products.

The neutral wires were pig tailed together with a wire connector on the end. Thanks for the response. It seems to indicate that the white wire and blue wire both go to the load wire”. My switch box only has 3 wires going to the current light switch.

Have a look here. It seems to indicate that the white wire and blue wire both go to the load wire but the diagram also sesm to indicate that the white wire should be connected to a neutral wire. The evklve has 4 wires, I attached an image of the wiring diagram. I initially tried to attach the dimmer to one of the wires from the group of neutral wires.