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LUTRON - HomeWorks QSX Processor

Written By Distributor Lampu Philips PT Savont Varavi IND on Saturday, September 23, 2023 | September 23, 2023


HomeWorks QSX Processor

The HomeWorks QSX processor 1 provides control and

communication to HomeWorks system components.

The Ethernet links allow communication to the

HomeWorks designer software, integration with

third-party systems and communication between

multiple processors. HomeWorks QSX processors may

be connected using either an Ethernet hub /switch or

router, or by using Ethernet directly from a PC to the

processor(s). Clear Connect - Type X Gateways cannot

be wired directly to the Ethernet port on a HomeWorks

QSX processor. See page 5 for details. All processors

on a project must be connected to a single network.

The HomeWorks designer software and all integration

equipment must be connected to the same network

as the processors. The HomeWorks QSX processor

is required when using the Clear Connect - Type X

Gateway for control of residential Ketra light sources.

See Lutron Spec Submittal 3691128 at for the complete details on

Clear Connect - Type X Gateway.

The processor is powered from the QSPS-DH-1-75-H

power supply. Refer to the HomeWorks designer

software to determine link power requirements.

The QSX processor can be installed in a HQ-LV21,

L-LV21, L-LV14, or PDx control panel.

Processor Capabilities

Each QSX processor has 1 or 2 links (depending on

model number) that can be individually configured as

one of two types:

• HomeWorks QS wired device link

99 devices / 512 zones

• HomeWorks Clear Connect - Type A

99 devices / 100 zones

Model Numbers

HQP7-1 HomeWorks QSX 1-link processor 1

HQP7-2 HomeWorks QSX 2-link processor 1

HQP7-MDU-1 HomeWorks QSX 1-link MDU processor 1,2

HQP7-MDU-2 HomeWorks QSX 2-link MDU processor 1,2

1 The HomeWorks QSX processor requires Lutron Designer software 16.x or greater

to operate.

2 Only available for multi-dwelling unit projects. Contact your local dealer or Lutron

representative for more information.

HomeWorks QSX Processor


Model Number HQP7-1; HQP7-2; HQP7-MDU-1; HQP7-MDU-2

Power Processor (P): 24–36 V- 250 mA

Links (L1 / L2): 24–36 V- 2 A per link

Typical Power Consumption

4.2 W; 8 Power Draw Units (PDUs)

Test conditions: Two Ethernet links connected, both device links in use

Regulatory Approvals cULus, NOM, CE

Environment Indoor use only. 32 °F to 104 °F (0 °C to 40 °C), 0% to 90% humidity,


Heat Generated 15 BTU/hr — typical

(24 BTU/hr with 2 links at 2 A each output)

Cooling Method Passive Cooling

Power Failure Memory System data stored in non-volatile memory. Timeclock retention for 10 years

Internal Timeclock ±1 minute per year

Miswire Protection All terminal block inputs are over-voltage and miswire protected against wire

reversals and shorts

Low-Voltage Link

Wire Type

Two pair — one pair 18 AWG (0.75 mm2), one pair 18 to 22 AWG

(0.34 to 0.75 mm2) twisted shielded — IEC PELV / NEC® Class 2 cable

Low-Voltage Power

Wire Type

18 AWG (0.75 mm2)

Communications Ethernet, RS485 (QS, RF)

Link Capacities HomeWorks QS Wired Device Link 99 devices/512 zones

HomeWorks QS Wired Device (MDU models) 50 devices/50 zones

HomeWorks Clear Connect - Type A Link 99 devices/100 zones

ESD Protection Meets or exceeds the IEC 61000-4-2 standard

Surge Protection Meets or exceeds ANSI/IEEE C62.41 standard

Mounting Mounts in HQ-LV21, L-LV14, L-LV21, or PDx- control panel

Dimensions With terminal blocks: 4.25 in (108 mm) x 3.94 in (100 mm)

Without terminal blocks: 4.25 in (108 mm) x 3.54 in (90 mm)

Connections 4-pin removable terminal blocks. 1 for HQP7-1, 2 for HQP7-2.

One 4-pin removable terminal block* for Power Input.

Two RJ45 standard Ethernet connections.

*Each terminal will accept up to two 18 AWG (0.75 mm2) wires.

HomeWorks QSX System Security Statement

Lutron takes cybersecurity very seriously. We actively monitor the threat landscape and take a

proactive approach to security and privacy, continuously working to update and enhance our systems

and processes.

At Lutron, we call our approach to cybersecurity “Secure Lifecycle”, and we would like to present the

following steps we take to protect your security and privacy:

• Security by Design. When building a new system, Lutron utilizes a dedicated security team to

ensure best practices are implemented. Security is built in. It is not an afterthought or an add-on.

• Third-Party Validation. Security is complicated. Lutron has a dedicated team of internal

experts, but we also leverage external experts to double-check our work, and to make

security recommendations.

• Continuous Monitoring and Improvements. Security is a constantly moving target. Lutron uses

a dedicated security team to continuously monitor for potential threats and, when needed, send out

security patches to update installed systems.

• Ongoing Support. Lutron has the resources you need to answer questions about security when they arise.

We incorporate a variety of security features into our product designs. These features include

recommendations from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) among others, and they

are aimed at meeting our secure lifecycle protections. While we do not publish a comprehensive list of our

security features, the following list is a small example of some of the techniques employed in our system

designs for HomeWorks QSX processors, Clear Connect Gateway – Type X devices and associated

services (such as mobile applications and cloud resources):

1. Secure and authenticated remote access with unique keys for every HomeWorks QSX system.

2. A secure hardware element (“chip”) on all HomeWorks QSX processors and Clear Connect – Type X

Gateway to guard the keys used for secure communication and authentication.

3. Enforcing industry-standard encrypted communication and techniques for our integration

protocols to the highest extent possible. Any integrated third-party components or systems should

be evaluated independently.

4. Secure commissioning – all communication between the system programming software tool / app

and the processors is encrypted and authenticated. Programming a system requires permission to

access that system.

5. Security updates are pushed out automatically to the lighting system for urgent security patches.

Lutron is committed to one year of security support from system start-up date.

6. Use of industry-standard techniques for cloud-based integrations, such as OAuth2.0.

7. Signed processor firmware to ensure a firmware update is authentically from Lutron.

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