Most of the remote power control radio solutions (RadioPopper RPCube, etc.) do so by manipulating the quench pin signal, and that requires a TTL-capable flash with a quench pin signal to mess with; or using built-in capabilities in the flash to be power controlled remotely either through the hotshoe communication protocol, or something built internally into the lights (PocketWizard AC9, CyberCommander). Not sure either path would work with an LP180, given that it has no quench pin (just the sync pin), and has no built-in path for remote control.
However, there does seem to be a coming wave of manual speedlights with remote power control via radio triggering built in; typically in a flash and transmitter combination. The Cactus RF60+ V6 triggers; the YN-560iii and upcoming YN-560-TX, etc. You may just need to sit and wait and see what develops. Not sure Lumopro will be part of this wave, alas, since they don't manufacture triggers; these mostly seem to be coming from the cheap Chinese trigger companies that also make speedlights.