Light is more - DALI standard and additional functions (09/14)

Light is more - DALI standard and additional functions (09/14)
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Light is more
DALI standard and
additional functions
A plus for you in a variety of digital lighting applications
Light is OSRAM
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DALI | Introduction
Your interface to the future
DALI devices for intelligent lighting solutions:
powerful, efficient and multifunctional
Creating fascinating settings with light
With the right lighting solution, one can express one’s
individuality in various ways and perform many different
tasks: rooms are brought to life with ease, general safety
is increased and the quality of workplace illumination is
improved. The sophisticated and reliable solutions from
OSRAM meet all these requirements and, thanks to stateof-the-art lighting control, achieve the highest levels of
energy efficiency and individuality. Moreover, they also
provide an optimum price-performance ratio while covering
a wide spectrum – from simple applications to complex
installations with light management systems.
DALI standard and much more
Dimmable digital power supplies with DALI interface
provide optimum conditions for achieving the highest
possible energy efficiency and flexibility. With the second
generation of its DALI devices, OSRAM has even surpassed the common DALI standard – with cutting-edge
functions that offer unique advantages in a great variety
of applications:
— Increase of energy efficiency in storage and production
areas in the industrial sector
— Brilliance and individuality in the sales and hospitality
sectors
— Flexibility and motivation in office areas
— Multifunctional and flexible wide-area lighting, e.g. in
sports halls and parking garages
— Orientation and safety in emergency light applications
With the unique digital functions of OSRAM, you can
meet today’s standards down to the last detail, thus
strengthening your position in the lighting market while
being best prepared for the requirements of tomorrow.
The functions that will be described in detail on the following pages include:
— Touch DIM® function: Comfortable dimming with
standard push-buttons
— Corridor function: Direct use of standard motion sensors
— Emergency light function: Automatic lighting in the case
of an emergency
— SMART GRID function: Easy monitoring of lighting
systems
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DALI | Touch DIM ® function
Energy saving made easy
Touch DIM® function
TOUCH DIM
SENSOR
Often it’s the easy solutions that save costs and energy.
This is also true for the Touch DIM® function: The comfortable dimming of up to 20 power supplies, e.g. in conference rooms or single offices, is controlled via standard
push-buttons and therefore keeps investment costs low.
Connected to mains voltage, each action is triggered by
short and/or long push-button pulses. In combination with
a Touch DIM® sensor (see also page 11), daylight can also
be used, resulting in an additional energy saving.
Touch DIM ® function flow chart
Light value
Fixed or
daylight-controlled
TD max.
TD min.
I
Fade-up
II
Touch DIM ® LS/PD signal
Factory settings:
Fade-up: 0.7 s
Time-out: 15 min
Fade-down: 32 s
Stand-by: 5 s
TD min.: 1 %
4
III
Time- Fadeout
down
IV
Stand-by
Time
The plus of the Touch DIM ® function
The Touch DIM® function allows for the free parameterization of the threshold values. In a single office, for example,
the lighting can be completely switched off during lunch
breaks thanks to the unique stand-by operation. No other
DALI device on the market offers this feature.
DALI | Touch DIM ® function
Sensors for the Touch DIM ® function
The sensor Touch DIM® LS/PD LI is a light and presence
sensor for luminaire integration. It is also available as a
light sensor only (Touch DIM® LS LI) or as a presence and
motion sensor with sensor extension (Touch DIM®
PD LI 2P WOS).
Touch DIM ® LS/PD LI sensor
Touch DIM ® LS LI sensor
Touch DIM ® PD LI 2P WOS sensor
Touch DIM ® LS/PD LI sensor wiring diagram
L
N
PE
Pushbutton
Max. signal wire
length 10 m
L
1
2
~
~
DA
DA
QTi DALI device
~
~
DA
DA
QTi DALI device
3
4
Lamp
N S
Touch
DIM ®
sensor
1
2
3
4
Lamp
Max. of
4 QTi ECGs
~
~
DA
DA
1
2
QTi DALI device
3
4
~
~
DA
DA
Lamp
1
2
QTi DALI device
3
4
Lamp
Touch DIM ® LS/PD LI sensor detection range
Height [m]
a [m]
b [m]
1.8
4.0
2.7
2
4.4
3.0
2.2
4.9
3.3
2.4
5.3
3.6
2.6
5.8
3.9
2.8
6.2
4.2
3
6.7
4.5
3.2
7.1
4.8
3.4
7.6
5.1
Height [m]
b [m]
Mounting heights above 3.5 m do not lead to any signifi cant
extension of the detection range
a [m]
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DALI | Corridor function
Your direct connection to modern
motion detection
Corridor function
CORRIDOR
FUNCTION
Thanks to the corridor function, DALI devices can also be
used in combination with standard motion sensors – e.g.
with the OSRAM DUO sensor (see also page 11), which
allows switching off the lighting when there is enough
daylight. In path and area lighting, e.g. in school corridors,
energy saving potentials can thus be fully exploited.
The plus of the corridor function
The corridor function is also characterized by the free
parameterization of the threshold values. This allows for an
individual adjustment to the required lighting solution and a
maximum level of energy saving in line with relevant legal
regulations.
Light is only provided when and where it is actually needed.
It is switched on automatically as soon as the line signal is
received by the digital interface of the DALI device for more
than two minutes. With this function, the lighting can be
operated with maximum cost efficiency at locations where
light, due to legal or safety reasons, is mandatory around
the clock when people are present, e.g. in pedestrian tunnels, parking garages, public buildings and hotels.
Corridor function flow charts
Factory settings:
General curve:
Light value
230 V
A
ON
OFF
Stand-by I
B
Stand-by II
C
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
D0
F1
T1
F2
T2
Time
Light value
A
Time
230 V
ON
B
I
II
D0
III
F1
OFF
Free parameterization:
Factory settings:
3 lighting levels (A, B, C)
A: 100 %, D0: 120 s, F1: 32 s
Time setting (I…VI) via DALI magic
B: 10 %, T1: infi nite
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IV
T1
Time
DALI | Corridor function
Sensor for the corridor function
The DUO sensor is a motion detector suitable for ceiling
installation. In addition, it can also be used as an intelligent
light sensor, i.e. the lighting can be switched off when the
amount of daylight increases. In areas where daylight is
available, the possible energy savings are therefore significantly higher than with standard motion detectors.
DUO sensor
DUO sensor wiring diagram
Mains 220–240 V – 50/60 Hz
L
N
PE
F1
6 A/10 A
F1
6 A/10 A
To other devices
0V
B
0V B
L
Switching contact
N
DUO
0V B
L
Switching contact
N
DUO
Switching actuator (master)
Range extension (slave)
~
~
DA
DA
Motion signal
1
2
OSRAM DALI device
~
~
OSRAM DALI device
DA
DA
3
4
Lamp
1
2
3
4
Lamp
T PE N L1 L2 L3
DUO sensor motion detection range (circular)
2.4 m
3.7
2.7 2.1 1.5 0.9
0
0.9 1.5 2.1 2.7
3.7
m
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DALI | Emergency lighting function | SMART GRID function
Emergency light for orientation and
safety in case of danger
Emergency lighting function
EL
During emergencies, buildings must be immediately and
safely supplied with emergency light. DALI devices, apart
from all other relevant international standards for safety,
EMC and operation mode, also meet the requirements of
the IEC 61347-2-3 norm, the new standard for emergency
lighting.
The plus of the emergency lighting function
The decisive advantage of the emergency lighting function
of DALI devices is the recognition of CD voltage or pulsating AC voltage at the mains connections. In this event, the
maximum light value (100 %) is set automatically – as far as
it hasn’t been individually set otherwise during free parameterization. As soon as mains voltage is again detected
at the DALI device, the operation of the device goes back
to the last-used light value and operating mode.
Moreover, DALI devices can also be integrated into the
central emergency light supply in facility management
systems. They are ideally suitable for systems from CEAG,
Mackwell and INOTEC, for example.
Better maintenance through monitoring
SMART GRID function
SMART
GRID
With the SMART GRID function, lighting systems can be
easily monitored and successfully operated. The function
increases the level of service by enabling, for example, the
readout of the light sources’ operating hours as well as the
current operating temperature or the detection of mains
overvoltage, thus facilitating the scheduling of service
intervals.
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DALI | Parameterization
Free parameterization according
to customer preference
Digital programming with OSRAM DALI magic and DALI Wizard
The easy-to-use DALI magic hardware (in combination with
the DALI Wizard 2.1 PC freeware) allows for quick individual
parameterization of DALI devices via USB interface.
In this way, the following range of functions can be utilized:
—
—
—
—
—
—
Touch DIM® function
Corridor function
Emergency lighting function
SMART GRID function
CLO (constant lumen output)
Readout function: Current power consumption status/
operating hours
DALI magic also supports the assessment and solution of
lighting tasks during diagnosis and analysis applications.
The combination of DALI magic and DALI devices thus
enables maximum success in the world of digital lighting –
with minimum effort for electricians, facility managers and
maintenance personnel.
To download DALI Wizard 2.1, please go to:
www.osram.com/software
Example of DALI Wizard 2.1: Touch DIM ® function
Example of DALI Wizard 2.1: Corridor function
Example of DALI Wizard 2.1: Emergency lighting function
Example of DALI Wizard 2.1: SMART GRID function
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DALI | System components
Detailed product characteristics
System components and further information
OPTOTRONIC ® Intelligent DALI device (SELV/NON-SELV; Compact and Linear/Area)
— Operation of PrevaLED® as well as other LED modules
— Broad operating range: 600 mA to 1.4 A with
OPTOTRONIC ® Compact; 600 mA to 2.1 A with
OPTOTRONIC ® Linear
— High output power: up to 90 W (NON-SELV)
— Dimming range: 1…100 % (hybrid dimming: Combination
of pulse-width modulation and amplitude modulation)
— Very low stand-by power consumption: < 0.3 W
(NON-SELV) or < 0.5 W (SELV) in AC and DC operation
— Lifetime: up to 100,000 h at Tc = 65 °C (max. Tc = 85 °C)
— Efficiency: up to 92 % (full load)
— Supply voltage: 220–240 V
— LED module start within < 0.3 s
— Broad operating temperature range (Ta): -30 to +55 °C
(depending on device type)
— Intelligent thermal management:
Overtemperature protection
— Overload and short-circuit protection
— Safety according to EN 61347-1, 61347-2-3, 61347-2-13,
62384
— Module operation according to EN 60929
— DALI standard according to IEC 62386-101, -102, -207
— RFI requirements according to EN 55015:2006 + A1:2007
+ A2:2009 (compliance with 300-MHz requirements)
— Harmonics according to EN 61000-3-2
— Immunity according to EN 61547
— EL (emergency light) according to IEC 61347-2-3/App. J
— Emergency light installations according to EN 60598-2-22
— Suitable for central-battery systems according to
EN 50172
QUICKTRONIC ® Intelligent DALI device
— Operation of various lamp types (T5/T8, DULUX®,
amalgam and energy saver lamps) possible
— Dimming range: 1…100 % (3…100 % with compact
fluorescent lamps)
— Very low stand-by power consumption: < 0.2 W (A1 BAT)
— Lifetime: up to 100,000 h at Tc = 65 °C (max. Tc = 75 °C)
— Very high switching capability: up to 300,000 switchings
— Supply voltage: 220–240 V
— Lamp start within 0.6 s
— Easy replacement of defective electronic power supplies
thanks to available System+ guarantee
— Safety according to EN 61347-1, 61347-2-3, 61347-2-13,
62384
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— Lamp operation according to EN 60929
— DALI standard according to IEC 62386-101, -102, -207
— RFI requirements according to EN 55015:2006 + A1:2007
+ A2:2009 (compliance with 300-MHz requirements)
— Harmonics according to EN 61000-3-2
— Immunity according to EN 61547
— EL (emergency light) according to IEC 61347-2-3/App. J
— Emergency light installations according to EN 60598-2-22
— Suitable for central-battery systems according to
EN 50172
DALI | System components
Touch DIM ® LS/PD LI sensor
— One-piece combined light and presence detector for
installation into luminaires and direct connection to QTi/
OTi DALI devices
— Daylight and motion-dependent control of up to four
power supplies
— Integrated mains supply
— Operation and setpoint setting via standard external
push-button with a make contact
— Automatic interruption of control in case of manual
override until the light is switched on again
— Suppression of presence detection after manual off for
30 seconds
— Manual deactivation of the control and transition to mere
control operation by deleting the setpoint
— Holiday mode (deactivation of the presence detection)
— Operating range: 0–300 lx (measured at the sensor)
— Mounting height: 2…4 m
— 15 minutes of switch-off delay after the last motion
detection
— Protection class II; type of protection: IP20
— Ambient temperature range: 0…+50 °C
— Housing for luminaire integration
— Dimensions: 63 x 29 x 21 mm (L x W x H), plastic housing
— Order name: Touch DIM LS/PD LI
DUO sensor
— Daylight and presence sensor for energy-saving solutions in non-dimmable luminaires and lighting systems,
suitable for individual and open-plan offices as well as
common rooms
— Various operating modes selectable: Daylight or
presence detection or daylight and presence detection
— Up to 20 power supplies connectable
— All operating modes can be set on the front of the
sensor
— Energy saving potential of up to 45 % in comparison to
conventional solutions
— Ceiling or wall surface mounting or “clip-on” installation
for T5 and T8 lamps
— Interconnection of several sensors possible
— Stand-by power consumption: max. 0.7 W
— Detection range: Ø 12 m
— Mounting height: max. 5 m
— Time-out range: 1…60 min
— Operating voltage: 220…240 V AC/50–60 Hz
— Operating temperature: 0...+50 °C
— Protection class II; type of protection: IP20
— Dimensions: 71 x 58 x 47 mm (L x W x H)
— Order name: DUO
Touch DIM ® LS LI sensor
— One-piece light sensor for installation into luminaires
and direct connection to QTi/OTi DALI devices
— Daylight-dependent control of up to four power supplies
— Integrated mains supply
— Operation and setpoint setting via standard external
push-button with a make contact
— Automatic interruption of control in case of manual
override until the light is switched on again
— Deactivation of the control and transition to control
operation by deleting the setpoint
— Operating range : 0–300 lx (measured at the sensor)
— Mounting height: 2…4 m
— Protection class II; type of protection: IP20
— Ambient temperature range: 0…+50 °C
— Dimensions: 63 x 29 x 21 mm (L x W x H),
plastic housing
— Order name: Touch DIM LS LI
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DALI | Applications
Utilize the versatility of
OSRAM DALI devices
Application examples and references
Offices
DALI devices perfectly combine lighting comfort with energy
efficiency. In this way, various types of lighting concepts for
a wide range of room dimensions can be individually and
flexibly realized, creating a pleasant atmosphere in offices or
classrooms that makes people feel comfortable. Moreover,
the fact that illumination levels can be individually adjusted
adds motivation and makes working and studying more
ergonomic.
Reference project: Süddeutscher Verlag, Munich, Germany
The effect of energy-efficient lighting technology components such as prismatic louvers,
modern T5 lamps and power supplies is additionally supported by intelligent light control.
Depending on the level of daylight and the presence of people, the system controls the
complex interaction of artificial light and internal sunblinds. DALI devices enable the
demand-dependent creation of luminaire clusters as well as their switching and control.
The DALI control is connected to the central building control systems (KNX, LON etc.) via
a gateway. User interfaces enable operators to set the parameters in the individual rooms
according to their preferences.
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DALI | Applications
Industrial facilities
In the manufacturing industry, light represents a safety
factor. Moreover, being able to work safely and with concentration means that employees can optimize their performance. And through the combination of dimmable DALI
devices and modern light management with light sensors,
for example, natural light coming in through windows can
be utilized to save energy and reduce manufacturing costs.
Reference project: Adelholzener
Alpenquelle, Siegsdorf, Germany
In 2007, Adelholzener built a new filling
hall for its Active O2 beverages. The
hall was equipped with linear luminaire
systems made of 2 x 80-watts fluorescent tubes. The luminaires were
additionally fitted with special covers,
which insurance companies rate very
highly because of their exceptional
level of protection against fire.
Moreover, controllable DALI devices
were installed which can set the luminous intensity of each individual light
point between 10 and 80 percent.
In addition, the system enables the
operators to program different types
of lighting scenarios with varying
luminous intensities and light points.
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DALI | Applications
Storage halls and staircases
Storage halls and staircases are temporarily used areas of
buildings that nevertheless require safe orientation at any
given time of day. That’s why it’s important that, if required,
light is reliably available. Through the application of DALI
devices, the luminous intensity can be increased exactly
when it is needed by using the corridor function. If no one’s
around, the light is automatically dimmed in order to save
energy and costs.
Reference project: Zalando
Picktower, Erfurt, Germany
Thanks to the integrated light management system, the light in the corridors
of the Picktower is dimmed down to
10 percent when there’s nobody
present. But as soon as an employee
steps into the corridor, the light is
powered up within seconds. Compared to a solution without a light
management system, Zalando thus
saves 60 % of the previous energy
costs.
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DALI | Applications
Hospitals
Hospital rooms need a flexible lighting concept that can be
adjusted to the respective situation. On the one hand, the
room should have a homelike, pleasant atmosphere. On
the other hand, a high level of illumination must be possible
in order to examine the patients. With a range of lighting
scenario storage functions, DALI devices enable comfortable and individual light settings in the room. In combination with special daylight sensors, the Touch DIM® function
creates comfortable lighting conditions in the room while
achieving high levels of energy efficiency.
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DALI | Applications
Showrooms
In order to be successful, product presentations need
individual and attractive lighting concepts. With DALI
devices, various lighting scenarios can be set to create
the desired atmosphere in the showroom. Specific areas
in the showroom can be highlighted with special lighting
accents, grabbing the customers’ attention and directing
it towards individual products.
Reference project: Heraldi for Men, Zagreb, Croatia
In the “Heraldi for Men” store, OSRAM LEDVANCE® DOWNLIGHTs take care of basic illumination while Lunis SL-T LED
spotlights focus on individual shelves. Due to the fact that the different areas within the store have varying ceiling heights
(2.6 to 4 meters), different luminaire sizes and wattages are employed. All downlights have a DALI interface and can be
controlled by an OSRAM DALI BASIC controller and a 5-scenario operating panel. That’s how areas with varying ceiling
heights can be individually dimmed, for example. By means of a night setting, all downlights are dimmed down to 30
percent of the luminous flux in order to save energy.
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DALI | Applications
Kempinski Hotel Corvinus Budapest/MKV Design LTD. UK
Hospitality
In the hospitality business, for example in hotels and restaurants, it is very
important that guests feel welcome in an atmosphere of relaxation and friendliness. Thanks to programmable lighting scenarios and grouping of various
light sources, DALI devices enable operators to meet a broad range of lighting
requirements. In hotels, for example, it is possible to create a bright, lively
atmosphere during the day while in the evening, thanks to the 1…100 %
dimming function of the DALI devices, the light can be set to reflect a rather
laid-back, stress-free mood.
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DALI | Applications
Traffi c and parking garages
In terms of lighting systems, areas of traffic have special
requirements. On the one hand, the right illumination improves road safety. On the other hand, it helps drivers
to find their way, e.g. in parking garages. Thanks to the
corridor function, DALI devices meet these varying requirements with ease and efficiency – for example by providing
full illumination in order to ensure safety when there is
traffic and by dimming the light in order to increase energy
efficiency when there is no traffic in the building.
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DALI | Applications
Sports and recreation
Depending on their respective usage, modern sports
halls and recreation centers have to meet a multitude of
demands. For successful sports events as well as for any
other recreational usage, a perfect illumination is key. With
the multifunctional DALI devices, the light can be adjusted
to exactly fulfill the respective requirements. For this task,
DALI is essential because it integrates ambient light and
adjusts the hall lighting to the actual conditions. That
way, energy consumption and costs can be significantly
reduced.
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09/14 Subject to change without notice. Errors and omissions excepted.
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