4.2 Dimming mode

USER MANUAL
CU-DIN DIM 4-CH 1.5A KNX
EC10430312
MA00651301
USER MANUAL
Table of contents
1
Description ................................................................................................3
2
Safety instructions ......................................................................................3
3
Product function ........................................................................................4
4
Hardware...................................................................................................4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
5
Software ..................................................................................................10
5.1
5.2
5.3
5. 4
5.5
6
Technical data ................................................................................ 4
Dimming mode ............................................................................... 7
4.2.1 Trailing edge dimming mode ................................................. 7
4.2.2 Leading edge dimming mode ................................................ 7
4.2.3 Changing dimming mode ...................................................... 8
Dimensional drawings ...................................................................... 8
Wiring diagram ............................................................................... 9
Maintenance and cautions .............................................................. 10
Overview of database functions ....................................................... 11
Object/Association/Group address definition ..................................... 11
“General” function parameter ......................................................... 12
Channel “N” function parameter ..................................................... 16
A>dimming config ......................................................................... 24
5.6
A: function........................................................................ 26
5.6.1 A: “Staircase light” function ............................................... 27
5.6.2 A: “Flashing” function ....................................................... 29
5.6.3 A: “Scene” function ........................................................... 31
5.6.4 A: “Threshold” function ..................................................... 32
5.6.5 A: “Heating” function ........................................................ 34
Communication objects description ............................................................36
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
“General” objects .......................................................................... 36
“Channel N output” objects............................................................ 36
“Respone” objects ........................................................................ 37
“Statistics ON time” objects ........................................................... 38
“Temperature” objects ................................................................... 38
“Staircase light” objects ................................................................ 39
“Flashing” objects ......................................................................... 39
“Scene” objects ............................................................................ 40
“Threshold” objects ....................................................................... 41
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6.10 “Heating” objects.......................................................................... 41
7
Application ..............................................................................................43
7.1
Program functions diagram ............................................................. 43
8
Product disposal ......................................................................................44
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ESYLUX manufacturer´s guarantee .............................................................44
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1
Description
The ESYLUX CU-DIM 4-CH 1.5A KNX uses KNX/EIB BUS to communicate with
other KNX devices. The database must be downloaded to the dimmer actuator
VD4 AB version, as well as the description document on how to use these
products. Our products are compliant with standards for electromagnetic
compatibility (EMC), electrical safety and environmental conditions.
The dimmer actuator control a number of loads, including:
 Lighting
 Motor
 Curtain
 Heating
 Other equipment
Note: Use this product only as intended (as described in the user instructions).
Do not make any changes or alterations as this will render any warrantees null
and void. You should check the device for damage immediately after unpacking
it. If there is any damage, you should not install the device under any
circumstances.
If you suspect that safe operation of the device cannot be guaranteed, you
should turn the device off immediately and make sure that it cannot be operated
unintentionally.
2
Safety instructions
 Work on the 230 V power system must be carried out by authorized personnel
only, with due regard to the applicable installation regulations.
 Switch off the power supply before installing the system.
 The 21 – 30 V KNX bus voltage cannot be used as 24 V DC operating or auxiliary
voltage.
 Max. dimmer output: 1.5 A
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3
Product function
The dimmer actuator can dim over one, two, four or six channels independent of
AC load.
Each channel output has maximum 1.5A current for dimmer 4fold actuator and
cannot exceed 6A of total current.
The following functions can be set individually for each output channel:
 Total ON time statistics
 Response status
 Recovery status
 Over-temperature
protection
 Read temperature
 Over-temperature alarm
 Staircase light
 Flashing light
 Scene control
 Scene dimming
 Sequence control
 Threshold switch
 Heating actuator (PWM)
4
Hardware
Technical characteristic of ESYLUX KNX/EIB Dimmer actuators are discussed in
the following sections.
4.1
Technical data
Power supply
 Operating voltage (supply by the bus)
21–30 V 
 Current consumption EIB/KNX
(operate)
<15 mA
 Current consumption
<5 mA
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EIB/KNX(standby)
 Power consumption EIB/KNX(operate)
<450 mW
 Power consumption EIB/KNX(standby)
<150 mW
Nominal output values
 Number of contacts
4
 In rated current
1.5 A
 Power loss per device at max. load
8W
 In rated voltage
230 V~
Output life expectancy
 Mechanical life
50 years
 Electrical life
20 years
Dimmer actuator output without additional DC power
Connections
 EIB/KNX
Bus connection terminal
0.8 mm Ø, single core
 Load circuits
Screw terminal with
slotted head
0.2–4 mm² multi-core
0.4–6 mm² single core
 Cable shoe
12 mm
 Tightening torque
Max. 0.8 Nm
Operation and display
 Red LED and EIB/KNX program button for assignment of the
physical address.
Temperature range
 Operation
-5°C to +45° C
 Storage
-25°C to +55° C
 Transport
-25°C to +70° C
Environmental conditions
Humidity
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Appearance design
 Modular
DIN rail modular installation
 Dimensions (H x W x D)
90 x 216 x 65
 Width W (mm)
216
 Mounting width (1P=18
mm)
12P
 Mounting depth (mm)
65
 Weight (kg)
0.49
 Installation
use 35-mm mounting rail
 Mounting position
Electric dimmer box
 Material and colour
Plastic, White
CE Mark in accordance with
 EMC Standard
2004/1008/EC
 LVD Standard
2006/95/EC
 RoHS
2011/65/EU
Note: All loads, at 230 V ~
Programming requires the EIB Software Tools ETS3.0E
 Max. number of
communication objects
90
 Max. number of group
addresses
254
 Max. number of associations
254
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4.2
4.2.1
Dimming mode
Trailing edge dimming mode
If in trailing edge dimming mode,
the red LED lashes for five seconds
at power on.
Note: This mode should be used for resistive and capacitive loads.
For example. Tungsten halogen lamp – mains voltage, incandescent lamp and
low-voltage tungsten halogen lamps with electronic transformers.
4.2.2
Leading edge dimming mode
If in leading edge dimming mode,
the red LED flashes for five seconds
at power on.
Note: This mode should be used for Inductive and resistive loads.
For example Tungsten halogen lamp – mains voltage, incandescent lamp, lowvoltage tungsten halogen lamps with conventional transformers and motors.
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4.2.3
Changing dimming mode
Press the grey buttons
simultaneously to change the
dimming mode. The LED button
flashes for five seconds.
Note: Press and hold the first and last buttons simultaneously to toggle between
leading edge dimming mode and trailing edge dimming mode.
4.3
Dimensional drawings
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4.4
Wiring diagram
Note: On the input side, the device is to be protected against short circuits with
a 6 A circuit breaker.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Label area
Power input
KNX/EIB Bus Connector
Programming button and programming LED
Contact position indication and manual operation
LED state
Terminal for load connection sequence
Note:
a) Dimensions of the space provided for each dimmer
b) Dimensions and position of the means for supporting and fixing the dimmer
within this space
c) Minimum clearance between the various parts of the dimmer and the
surrounding parts where fitted
d) Minimum dimensions of ventilation opening, if needed, and their correct
arrangement
e) Protective devices (fuses, automatic protective devices, etc.) to connect to the
load to prevent overload
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4.5
Maintenance and cautions
 Please read this user manual carefully before any operation.
 Do not operate close to interfering devices.
 Use in a cool, well ventilated environment.
 Protect from moisture, shocks and dust.
 Protect from rain, liquids and caustic gases.
 Contact professional maintenance staff or the ESYLUX service centre for
repairs.
 Remove dust regularly, but do not wipe the unit with volatile liquids, such as
alcohol and petrol.
 If the unit comes into contact with moisture or liquid, switch the unit off
immediately.
 Regularly check the circuitry and other related circuits or cables, and replace
outdated circuitry in a timely manner.
 For safety, connect all circuits to a miniature circuit breaker (MCB) or fuse.
 The installation location should be well ventilated and protected from
moisture, shocks and dust.
5
Software
The ESYLUX KNX/EIB dimmer actuator database uses VD4 ETS 3.0e for design.
The device type is CU-DIN DIM 4-CH 1.5A KNX, and the database name is
Dimmer 4fold Actuator. All interfaces and functions use specific parameters.
Please see the overview below.
Each output channel of the dimmer actuators are independent and identical. It
is therefore sufficient to understand how one operates. The following section
describes the first output channel in detail.
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5.1
Overview of database functions
The following table provides an overview of the functions and some parameters
involving switch actuators:
General
 Cycle telegram (heartbeat)
x
 System delay after recovery
x
Sequence
x
Channel
 Total ON time statistics
x
 Recovery state voltage
x
 Over-temperature protection
x
 Read temperature
x
 ON/OFF switch
x
 Relative dimming
x
 Absolute dimming
x
 Scene
x
 Scene Nos. 1–64
x
 Lower threshold
x
 Middle threshold
x
 Upper threshold
x
Dimming
Function
Threshold
Heating actuator
 PWM
x
Table 1: Database application overview
5.2
Object/Association/Group address definition
In the following table, objects are assigned to the same function of the output
channel pages. If active, the same functions and object are valid. One or more
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group addresses can be assigned to an object. The association connects group
addresses to the object.
Type
Max. number of
communication
objects
EC10430312 90
Max. number of
associations
Max. number of group
addresses
254
254
Table 2: Overview of the max. number of objects, max. number of associations
and max. number of group addresses.
5.3
“General” function parameter
Fig. 1: “General” parameter window
In the general parameter window, seven parameters for “System delay after
recovery” and “Cycle send general telegram and enable sequences 1–5” are
available.
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 System delay after recovery (2..255s)
Delay time of 2 to 255 seconds after power on to operate relay. The default
value is 2 seconds. The min. value is 2 seconds, and the max. value is 255
seconds.
Options: 2…255s
The timer starts at power on. At time out, dimming can be set to take place. This
function is selected by the user.
 Cycle send general telegram (1..65535s,0-invalid)
The range of the parameter is 1 to 65535 seconds. Zero disables the function;
non-zero enables the function
Options: 1…65535s
If set to a non-zero value, the device sends telegram data cyclically at time out.
Send the value alternately between 0 and 1.
 Enable sequence 1
Set enable for the sequence.
Options: Disable
Enable
Disable: Disable the sequence function
Enable: Enable the sequence function, set as follows
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Fig. 1.1: “G: sequence 1” parameter window. This includes 24 steps.
 Operation mode of sequence 1
Set the operation mode.
Options: Start with “1”, stop with “0”
Start with “0”, stop with “1”
Start with “1/0”, cannot stop
Start with “1”, stop with “0”: If 1 is received, run sequence 1, if 0 is received,
stop sequence 1.
Start with “0”, stop with “1”: If 0 is received, run sequence 1, If 1 is received,
stop sequence 1.
Start with “1/0”, cannot stop: If 1 or 0 is received, start sequence 1.
 Control mode of sequence 1
Set the control mode.
Options: FWD
REW
Random
FWD: Forward mode
REW: Back work mode
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RANDOM: Random mode
 Run mode of sequence 1
Set run mode
Options: Single
Cycle
Single: Run only ones.
Cycle: Run cycle.
 Run time (0…255hours,0h&0m-unlimited)
Set the sequence run time.
Options: 0-255
 Run time (0…59mins, 0h&0m-unlimited)
Set the sequence run time. The longest time is 59 minutes.
Options: 0-59
Note: Unlimited if the time is set to 0h&0m.
 Position after timeout
If the sequence is running in Cycle mode and run time greater than zero, after
timeout, the sequence returns to this set position.
With 24 steps, the configuration is as follows:
 -Step 1 configuration
Options: Invalid
Scene No. 01
…
Scene No. 64
 Time for step 1 (0…65535s)
Set the time for this step. The longest time is 65535 seconds.
 -Time for step 1 (0…999ms)
Set the time for this step. The longest time is 999 milliseconds.
The other steps are identical to those in step 1.
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5. 4
Channel “N” function parameter
Fig. 2: “Channel N” parameter (N=A,B,C...) windows
Use the “Channel N” parameter windows, to set some common functions. Select
the function and download the database to the device; the device will work in
accordance with the selected function.
 Response of channel state
If the dimmer is controlled, response is the result.
Options: Invalid
1 bit always response
1 bit only changed
1 byte always response
1 byte only changed
1 bit always response: It always responds,
If the channel is ON, response 1
If the dimmer is OFF, response 0
1 bit only changed: Response if the dimmer state has changed
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1 byte always response: Always a response for the light level value.
1 byte only changed: Response if the light level value has changed.
 Total ON time statistics to allow (0…65535h=7.4years)
Fig. 2.1: “Total ON time statistics to allow”
This function is used to calculate the total ON time for channel output. The
maximum time is 65535 hours. This function is very useful for knowing the
channel work status.
Options: Disable
Enable
Disable: No timing.
Enable:
Statistics time.
 Alarm at timeout (1…65535h,0-invalid)
If the device's operating time reaches the set value, an alarm is triggered.
The value range is 1 to 65535 hours; 0 is invalid.
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 Transmit telegram interval at alarm
Set the alarm time interval.
 Status after bus voltage recovery
Fig. 2.2: “Status after bus voltage recovery”
Set the status of restore mode after power on for each channel.
Options:
Off
Defined brightness value
Last brightness value
Off: After power on, with the channel’s status off.
Defined brightness value: After power on, the channel’s status is at the defined
brightness value
Last brightness value: After power on, the channel’s status is at last brightness
value.
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 Over-temperature protection
Set the mode of the channel if there is over-temperature.
Options: Invalid
Alarm
Off
Reduce power
Invalid: No function.
Alarm: If there is over-temperature, the alarm is triggered.
OFF: If there is over-temperature, the device switches OFF.
Reduce: If there is over-temperature, the device reduces power.
Alarm: If there is over-temperature, the alarm is triggered.
Fig. 2.3: “Over-temperature protection”
 Compare temperature protection
Set the standard temperature. If the temperature exceeds the standard
temperature, when the channel Protection is enabled. The range is 70–90.Alarm
temperature time interval.
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 The alarm telegram time interval range is 1–255.
Off: If there is over-temperature, the device switches off.
Fig. 2.3: “Over-temperature protection”
 Compare temperature protection
Set the standard temperature, and the devices switch off if the temperature
exceeds it. The range is 70–90.
 Alarm temperature (degrees Celsius)
Set the standard temperature, and an alarm is triggered if the temperature
exceed it.
 Alarm temperature time interval (1…255s)
The time interval range is 1–255.
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Reduce power: If there is over-temperature, the power decreases.
Fig. 2.4: “Over-temperature protection”
 Compare temperature base [70–90 (degrees Celsius)]
Set the standard temperature, and the devices reduce power if the temperature
exceeds it. The range is 70–90.
 Power reduction value (-x%/5C)
Set the standard temperature, and an alarm is triggered if the temperature
exceeds it.
 Alarm temperature (degrees Celsius)
Set the standard temperature, and an alarm is triggered if the temperature
exceeds it.
 Alarm temperature time interval (1…255s)
The time interval range is 1–255.
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 Read temperature (degrees Celsius)
Set to enable read temperature.
Options: Disable
Enable
Disable: Do not read temperature
Enable: Read temperature
 Maximum level
Set the maximum level.
Options: 0%(0)-100%(255)
 Upper threshold level
Set the upper threshold level.
Options: 0%(0)-100%(255)
 Lower threshold level
Set the lower threshold level.
Options: 0%(0)-100%(255)
 Minimum dimming level
Set the minimum dimming level.
Options: 0%(0)-100%(255)
Fig. 2.5: Switch ON/OFF or Absolute dimming
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Fig 2.6: Relative dimming
 Show the function page
Set to enable, and show the function page.
Options:
Disable
Enable
Disable: Don´t show the dimmer function page.
Enable: Show the function page; the page is for setting dimmer functions.
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5.5
A>dimming config
Fig. 3: A>dimming config
 Switching ON fade time (0…255s)
Set the time for the ON switch.
Note: brightness0%...100%/0..255s
 Switching OFF fade time (0…255s)
Set the time for switching OFF.
Note: brightness0%...100%/0..255
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 Enable relative dimming
Options: Disable
Enable
Disable: Do not allow relative dimming
Enable: Allow relative dimming
Note: Relative dimming fade time (brightness0%...100%/0..255s); the data
length is 4 bits
 Enable absolute dimming
Options: Disable
Enable
Disable: Do not allow absolute dimming
Enable: Allow absolute dimming
Note: Absolute dimming fade time (brightness0%...100%/0..255s); the data
length is 1 byte
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5.6 A: function
Fig. 4: Function window
This window makes it possible to set the functions below.
 Enable “staircase light” function
 Enable “flashing” function
 Enable “scene” function
 Enable “threshold” function
 Enable “heating” function
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5.6.1
A: “Staircase light” function
Fig. 4.1: “Staircase light” window
For staircase application
 Staircase lighting operation
Options: Start with “1”, stop with “0”
Start with “1”, invalid with “0”
Start with “1/0”, cannot stop
Start with “1”, stop with“0”: If a 1 is received and the staircase light begins
automatic run, stop at timeout or stop with 0.
Start with “1”, invalid with “0”: If a 1 is received and the staircase light begins
automatic run, 0 is invalid.
Start with “1/0”, cannot stop: If a 1/0 is received and the staircase light begins
automatic run, cannot stop.
 Brightness value
Set the brightness value for the staircase light.
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 Fade down time: (0...255s)
Fade in seconds from bright to dark.
 Fade up time: (0...255s)
Fade in seconds from dark to bright.
 Duration time for brightness: (0...255 Min)
Duration in minutes for the brightness state.
 Duration time for brightness: (0...59 Sec)
Duration in seconds for the brightness state
 Change staircase lighting time via bus
Options: Disable
Enable
Disable: It is not possible to modify the staircase lighting delay off time via the
bus; this can only be set in the database.
Enable: Allow modification of staircase lighting delay off time via bus by user.
 Staircase lighting warning
Options: Disable
Enable
Disable: Prohibition alarm.
Enable: Allow sending a warning state using warning data point for staircase light
ON/OFF.
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5.6.2
A: “Flashing” function
Fig. 4.2: “Flashing” window
Flashing between ON and OFF in this mode.
 Flashing operation
Three Control modes for this function.
Options: Start with “1”, stop with“0”
Start with “1”, invalid with “0”
Start with“1/0”, cannot stop
Start with “1”, stop with“0”: Start flashing with 1 and stop flashing with 0.
Start with “1”, invalid with “0”: Start flashing with 1 and invalid with 0.
Start with “1/0”, cannot stop: Start flashing with 1 or 0, cannot stop.
 Fade time from bright to dark: (0...255s)
Fade in seconds from bright to dark.
 Fade up time: (0...255s)
Fade in seconds from dark to bright.
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 Duration time for brightness: (0...255 Min)
Duration in minutes for the brightness state.
 Duration time for brightness: (0...59 Sec)
Duration in seconds for the brightness state
 Duration time for darkness: (0...255 Min)
Duration in minutes in the darkness state.
 Duration time for darkness: (0...59 Sec)
Duration in seconds in the darkness state
 Flashing number (0...255, 0-Unlimited)
The number of flashes; range between 0 and 255. 0 is unlimited.
 Brightness after flashing stops
Brightness after flashing stops by overflow counter; the range is 0%(0) to 100%
(255).
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5.6.3
A: “Scene” function
Fig. 4.3: “Scene” window
 Fade time for scene dimming: (0...255s)
Fade in seconds from bright to dark.
Total of 10 scenes; configuration and settings appear below.
Each scene is as follows:
 Output assigned to (scene 1..64)
Allocate the scene.
 Output brightness value
Set the output brightness value 0% to 100%
 Fade time for brighter/darker (0…255s)
Set the time for bright or dark.
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5.6.4
A: “Threshold” function
Fig. 4.4: “Threshold” window
 Brightness value for ON switch for threshold
Configure the brightness for ON switch
 Fade time for ON switch for threshold (0…255s)
Configure the time for ON switch
 Fade time for OFF switch for threshold (0…255s)
Configure the time for OFF switch
 Threshold 1 value is (0…255)
Set threshold 1 value between 0 and 255. Default is 80.
 Threshold 2 value is (0…255)
Set threshold 2 value between 0 and 255. Default is 180.
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 Input value < Lower threshold
If the value of the telegram received from the bus is lower than the minimum
threshold value, the switch actuates in accordance with the option below (ON or
OFF or no Unchange)
Options: Unchange
ON
OFF
Unchange: The channel switch position does not change.
ON: The channel switch position is set to ON.
OFF: The channel switch position is set to OFF
 Lower threshold <= Input value <= Upper threshold
If the value of the telegram received from the bus is between the lower and
upper thresholds, the switch actuates in accordance with the option below (ON
or OFF or no action
Options: Unchange
ON
OFF
Unchange: The channel switch position does not change.
ON: The channel switch position is set to ON.
OFF: The channel switch position is set to OFF
 Input value > Upper threshold
If the value of telegram received from bus is greater than the upper threshold
value, the switch actuates in accordance with the option below (ON or OFF or no
action)
Options: Unchange
ON
OFF
Unchange: The channel switch position does not change.
ON: The channel switch position is set to ON.
OFF: The channel switch position is set to OFF
 Change threshold 1 via bus
Options: Disable
Enable
Disable: Do not allow change to threshold 1 value from bus.
Enable: Allow change to threshold 1 value from bus.
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 Change threshold 2 via bus
Options: Disable
Enable
Disable: Do not allow change to threshold 2 value from bus.
Enable: Allow change to threshold 2 value from bus.
5.6.5
A: “Heating” function
Fig. 4.5: “Heating” window
 Brightness value for ON switch for heating
Configure the brightness for ON switch
 Fade time for ON switch for heating (0…255s)
Configure the time for ON switch
 Fade time for OFF switch for heating (0…255s)
Configure the time for OFF switch
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 PWM cycle time set (1…65535min)
Options: 1…65535m
This cycle time is set to a minimum of 1 minute
 PWM cycle time set (1…59sec)
Options: 1..59s
This cycle time is set in seconds
 Control telegram is received as
Type of control can be 1 bit or 1 byte.
Options: 1bit PWM(1-start/0-stop)
1byte (255-switch ON/0-switch OFF/ other value)
1bit PWM (1-start/0-stop): The PWM start-up and switch ON based on the
telegram value “1” and stop “0” received.
1 byte (255-ON/0-OFF/other valve): The switch ON always based on the telegram
value “255” received, and switch OFF telegram value “0” received. The PWM
runs and the pulse width of PWM is set based on the telegram value (1 to 254)
received.
 Scale of ON
This parameter sets the valve of the PWM (pulse width).
Options: 0% (OFF)
10% (26)
20% (51)
30% (77)
40% (102)
50% (128)
60% (153)
70% (179)
80% (204)
90% (230)
100% (ON)
 Power on and automatic run
The PWM runs automatically by setting to YES. The PWM runs manually by
setting to NO.
Options: NO
YES
YES: PWM runs automatically at power on.
NO: PWM runs manually.
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Communication objects description
Note: In following sections, N=A,B,C…
6.1
“General” objects
NO
Object name
Function
Flags
Data type
0
General
Send cycles
CRT
DPT 1.003
1 bit
This communication object is always active and valid. Invert the send telegram
value to bus in the next frame. Example: Last telegram value is “1”, next
telegram value is “0”
1..5 General
Sequence
1..5
CWU
DPT 1.010
1 bit
This communication object is used to start or stop the sequence. Send telegram
value “1” to start one sequence; send telegram value “0” to stop one sequence.
6.2
“Channel N output” objects
NO
Object name
Function
Flags
Data type
10
Output N
Channel output
C W U
DPT 1.001
1 bit
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This communication object is for switching channel output ON/OFF; the dimmer
channel output is ON if the object receives the value “1”. The dimmer channel
output is OFF if the object receives the value “0”.
11
Output N
Relative
dimming
C W U
DPT 3.007
4 bit
This communication object for channel output is used for relative dimming of
channel output. Relative dimming mode is UP or DOWN.Dimming UP if the
telegram increase value is received, and dimming DOWN if the telegram decrease
value is received.
12
Output N
Absolute
dimming
C W U
DPT 5.001
1 byte
This communication object for channel output is used for absolute dimming of
channel output. Channel output absolute dimming to a brightness level based on
the telegram value received.
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6.3
“Respone” objects
Respone 1bit status
Respone 1byte status
NO
Object name
Function
Flags
Data type
13
Output N
Respone status
CRT
DPT 1.001
1 bit
This communication object is used to respond to the channel output N state; if the
channel state is ON, the response state is “1”; otherwise, the state is “0”.
14
Output N
Respone status
CWU
DPT 5.001
1 byte
This communication object is used to respond to the channel output N brightness.
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6.4
“Statistics ON time” objects
NO
Object name
Function
Flags
Data type
15
Output N
R/W total ON
time
CRWTU
DPT 7.007
2 bytes
This communication object is used to change the initial value. Statistical ON time,
which increases every hour.
16
Output N
Alarm at total
ON timeout
CRT
DPT 1.005
1 bit
This communication object is used to trigger an alarm if statistical ON time
reaches a set maximum value.
……
6.5
“Temperature” objects
NO
Object name
Function
Flags
Data type
17
Output N
Temperature
alarm
CWU
DPT 1.005
1 bit
This communication object is used to trigger an alarm if there is over-temperature.
18
Output N
Read
temperature
CRT
DPT 9.001
2 bytes
This communication object is used to read the channel output temperature.
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6.6
“Staircase light” objects
NO
Object name
Function
Flags
Data type
19
Output N
Staircase light
CWU
DPT 1.001
1 bit
This communication object is used to start or stop the staircase light function.
Start the staircase light if the telegram value received is “1”.
20
Output N
Change
staircase light
time
CWU
DPT 7.005
2 bytes
This communication object is used to change the staircase light time.
21
Output N
Warning
staircase light
CRT
DPT 1.005
1 bit
This communication object is used to activate staircase light warning.
……
6.7
“Flashing” objects
NO
Object name
Function
Flags
Data type
22
Output N
Flashing
CWU
DPT 1.001
1 bit
This communication object is used for channel light flashing. Channel light
flashing occurs if the start value is received.
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6.8
“Scene” objects
NO. Object name
Function
23
Scene (8 bits) C W U
Output N
Flags
Data type
DPT 18.001
1 byte
This communication object is used to call or save the channel output scene.
See the following explanation of scene control:
C R N N N N N N
Telegram value:
C: 0-Call scene
1- Store scene (if scene allocated and scene is in the current
switch state)
R: Reserved
N: Scene No.(bin:000000…111111=NO.1…64)
Example:
Hexadecimal
00h------call scene 1 (If scene allocated)
01h------call scene 2 (If scene allocated)
3Fh------call scene 64 (If scene allocated)
80h------store scene 1 (If scene allocated)
81h------store scene 2 (If scene allocated)
BFh------store scene 64 (If scene allocated)
24
Output N
Scene
dimming
(4 bits)
CWU
DPT 3.007
4 bit
This communication object is used to dim the channel output scene
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6.9
“Threshold” objects
NO
Object name
Function
Flags
Data type
25
Output N
Threshold
input
CWU
DPT 5.004
1 byte
If this communication object is active, the input value of the telegram received
from the bus is compared with thresholds 1 and 2 to calculate the switch state
based on the database setting.
26
Output N
Change
threshold 1
CWU
DPT 5.004
1 byte
CWU
DPT 5.004
1 byte
Change threshold 1 value via bus.
27
Output N
Change
threshold 2
Change threshold 2 value via bus.
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6.10
“Heating” objects
1-bit heating control
1-byte heating control
NO
Object name
Function
Flags
Data type
28
Output N
Heating with
1-bit control
CWU
DPT1.001
1 bit
If the heating actuator is operational, this communication object default is
displayed and valid. Start PWM if telegram “1” is received; stop PWM if telegram
“0” is received; start automatic run if power on set by ETS.
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28
Output N
Heating with
1-byte control
CWU
DPT 5.004
1 byte
If “heat with byte control” is selected, this communication object is displayed
and is valid. Possible to modify PWM value with 1 byte of data. Always ON
output if value received is 255; OFF output if value received is 0; otherwise,
PWM output based on the value of telegram received from bus.
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7
Application
7.1
Program functions diagram
Program
start
General
Channel function
Disable
Sequence
Disable
Enable
Enable
Scene
Disable
Enable
Staircase light
Disable
Enable
Flashing
Disable
Enable
Threshold
Disable
Enable
Heating
Disable
Enable
OUTPUT
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8
Product disposal
This device must not be disposed of as unsorted household waste. Used devices
must be disposed of correctly. Contact your local town council for more
information.
9
ESYLUX manufacturer´s guarantee
ESYLUX products are tested in accordance with applicable regulations and
manufactured with the utmost care. The guarantor, ESYLUX Deutschland GmbH,
Postfach 1840, D-22908 Ahrensburg, Germany (for Germany) or the relevant
ESYLUX distributor in your country (visit www.esylux.com for a complete
overview) provides a guarantee against manufacturing/material defects in
ESYLUX devices for a period of three years from the date of manufacture. This
guarantee is independent of your legal rights with respect to the seller of the
device.
The guarantee does not apply to natural wear and tear, changes/interference
caused by environmental factors or damage in transit, nor to damage caused as a
result of failure to follow the user or maintenance instructions and/or as a result
of improper installation. Any illuminants or batteries supplied with the device are
not covered by the guarantee.
The guarantee can only be honoured if the device is sent back with the
invoice/receipt, unchanged, packed and with sufficient postage to the guarantor,
along with a brief description of the fault, as soon as a defect has been
identified. If the guarantee claim proves justified, the guarantor will, within a
reasonable period, either repair the device or replace it. The guarantee does not
cover further claims; in particular, the guarantor will not be liable for damages
resulting from the device’s defectiveness. If the claim is unfounded (e.g.
because the guarantee has expired or the fault is not covered by the guarantee),
then the guarantor may attempt to repair the device for you for a fee, keeping
costs to a minimum.
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