Don't get an LP180. Get an LP180R. It has a built-in Phottix Odin/Strato II receiver, which can control its power level and zoom, if you're using Phottix triggers.
Most of the remote power control radio solutions (RadioPopper RPCube, etc.) do so by manipulating the quench pin signal. But this requires a TTL-capable flash with a quench pin signal to mess with. Otherwise, the trigger has to use the built-in capabilities in the flash to be power controlled remotely either through the hotshoe, or something built internally into the lights. The LP180 has no quench pin (just the sync pin), and no built-in path for remote control, so there's no way to do what you're envisioning with it. Which is probably why LumoPro came out with the LP180R.