OSRAM DALI Wizard - Manual

OSRAM DALI Wizard - Manual
DALI Wizard
Analysis and
commissioning tool for
DALI installations
ECG configuration tool
Contents
DALI Wizard .................................................................................................................................... 1 Analysis and commissioning tool for DALI installations .......................................................... 1 ECG configuration tool .................................................................................................................. 1 Introduction .................................................................................................................................... 3 Field of application ........................................................................................................................... 3 Application note................................................................................................................................ 3 System requirements ....................................................................................................................... 3 Installation ........................................................................................................................................ 3 Description ..................................................................................................................................... 4 User interface ................................................................................................................................... 4 Help button ....................................................................................................................................... 4 Language button ............................................................................................................................ 65 Interface options............................................................................................................................... 6 Information line................................................................................................................................. 6 Status line ........................................................................................................................................ 6 DALI system topology ...................................................................................................................... 7 Overview ...................................................................................................................................... 7 Operation ..................................................................................................................................... 7 Wizard panel .................................................................................................................................. 10 Light level control panel ................................................................................................................. 11 Light level area ........................................................................................................................... 11 Blink sequence area .................................................................................................................. 11 DALI spy panel ............................................................................................................................... 13 Button bar................................................................................................................................... 13 Information line .......................................................................................................................... 14 Display area ............................................................................................................................... 14 Columns ..................................................................................................................................... 14 Filter ........................................................................................................................................... 15 Addressing panel ........................................................................................................................... 16 Addressing area ......................................................................................................................... 16 Identification area....................................................................................................................... 16 Addresses area .......................................................................................................................... 16 Control gear state panel ................................................................................................................. 17 Control gear configuration panel .................................................................................................... 18 Groups area ............................................................................................................................... 18 Scene programming................................................................................................................... 19 Memorybank Panel ........................................................................................................................ 20 Panel Corridor Function ................................................................................................................. 21 Panel Touch DIM Configuration ..................................................................................................... 22 Panel Emergency / Power to lamp................................................................................................. 24 Panel Monitoring ............................................................................................................................ 25 Panel Report .................................................................................................................................. 26 Offline Configuration ...................................................................................................................... 27 Application examples .................................................................................................................. 28 System documentation .................................................................................................................. 28 Replacing a participant .................................................................................................................. 28 Replacement of control gear with existing configuration file...................................................... 28 Replacement of a control gear without configuration file ........................................................... 28 Restoration of a system configuration............................................................................................ 29 Appendix ....................................................................................................................................... 30 Symbols for DALI participants and groups .................................................................................... 30 Interface symbols ........................................................................................................................... 31 Program updates............................................................................................................................ 31 End User Licence Agreement ........................................................................................................ 32 Introduction
Field of application
The OSRAM DALI Wizard Software for Microsoft Windows is used for analysing and configuring
lighting systems in accordance with DALI Standard IEC 62386 and DALI devices.
The DALI Magic USB interface from OSRAM is required as the hardware interface between DALI
and the PC.
Detailed information on DALI Standard IEC 62386 can be found at: http://www.dali-ag.org/
Application note
The OSRAM DALI Wizard software enables the parameters of a preconfigured DALI-controlled
lighting system to be modified.
Inconsiderate modification of parameters of a DALI-controlled lighting system can lead to
extensive malfunctions. In some control devices, modifications in the range of addresses used, in
particular, require a complete re-installation by the control device or with the aid of the associated
installation software.
OSRAM assumes no liability for operative failures of a lighting system where the OSRAM DALI
Wizard has been improperly used.
System requirements
The system requirements for the OSRAM DALI Wizard are:
 OSRAM DALI Magic USB DALI interface
 PC or Notebook with the following minimum specifications:
– Pentium M processor
– 1 GB RAM
– Windows XP (SP3), Windows Vista or Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit)
– Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 (SP1)
– 10 MB hard disk space
– Monitor with a resolution of 1024x768 pixels
– One free USB 2.0 port
– PDF Reader for reading the documentation files
Installation
After downloading the software from http://www.OSRAM.com/lms-magic, please double-click on
the ZIP file. Then start the installation by double-clicking on the Setup file.
Follow the instructions of the installation wizard.
If Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 (SP1) is not yet available on your computer, the installation
wizard will prompt you to install it.
After installation, you can start the OSRAM DALI Wizard by double-clicking on the desktop
symbol or using the Windows Start menu "Start"  "All Programs"  "OSRAM"  "DALI
Wizard"  "OSRAM DALI Wizard".
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Description
User interface
The user interface of the OSRAM DALI Wizard is divided into 3 main areas. There is also a
status line at the lower edge of the window as well as an information line and a button bar in the
upper area.
Button bar
Information line
Panel tab area
DALI system topology
Status line
The individual areas are described in the following.
All user interface settings of the OSRAM DALI Wizard are saved for the specific user when the
program is closed and are reloaded at the start of the OSRAM DALI Wizard.
Help button
Clicking on Help in the button bar displays a selection menu.
If the "Online help" menu item is selected, the manual installed with the software is opened as a
PDF document. A PDF Reader must be installed on the PC for this.
If the "About" menu item is selected, a dialog appears with the following tabs:
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Tab "About":
Contains information on the OSRAM DALI Wizard, the currently
connected DALI Magic system and the operating system.
Tab "Firmware
update":
The firmware of the connected DALI Magic can be updated here if
required.
Tab "Diagnose":
A diagnostics file can be generated here. The diagnostics file
contains settings of the OSRAM DALI Wizard, recorded DALI
communications and system information.
If the software malfunctions, please contact:
Customer Service Center Germany
Telephone: +49 (0)89-6213-0
If necessary, you can obtain an e-mail address to which you can
send the diagnostics file for analysis.
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Language button
Clicking on Language in the button bar displays a selection menu.
After selecting a language, the OSRAM DALI Wizard has to be restarted to work with the
selected language. A corresponding indication will be shown in information line.
Interface options
Clicking on Visibility in the button bar displays a selection menu.
In this menu, individual areas of the interface can be enabled and disabled. Activating an area
automatically brings it into the foreground.
Clicking on Reset layout resets the interface to the original condition when the OSRAM DALI
Wizard is next started.
Information line
Warnings, error messages and general information are output in the information line. For
example, file names and paths are also displayed.
The messages remain in the information line until they are overwritten by a new message.
Error messages will be shown until acknowledged with OK button.
Status line
Information on the currently connected DALI Magic is displayed in the status line.
DALI voltage: As soon as a DALI voltage is applied to the connected DALI Magic, it is signalled
by a green display.
Internal DALI supply: If the DALI system is supplied from the DALI Magic interface, this is
signalled by a yellow display (supply via USB) or green display (supply via plug-in power supply
unit).
Overvoltage: If the voltage on the connection terminals of the connected DALI Magic is higher
than the maximum permitted DALI voltage, this is signalled by a red display.
Communication: As soon as the connected DALI Magic detects communication in the DALI
system, it is signalled by a blue display.
The DALI Magic the OSRAM DALI Wizard is currently connected to is also displayed.
At longer communication processes a progress bar and a cancel button is shown.
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DALI system topology
This is the central element of the OSRAM DALI Wizard. In this area, the topology of the
connected DALI lighting system is shown in the form of a tree.
Overview
The number of connected interfaces is displayed on the top level.
The individual interfaces are displayed on the level below. The
interface designation specified by the user appears in square
brackets behind the product names of the interfaces where
applicable. Whether the OSRAM DALI Wizard is physically and
logically connected to the interface or not is displayed after this.
There are two folders on the next level:
All participants present in the system are shown with symbols in the
"Device count" folder (number of bus participants). The total
number of participants appears behind the folder names. The
address of the participant is specified in square brackets behind
each participant. If this folder is selected, actions are carried out for
all participants.
The 16 DALI groups are in the "Groups" folder. If this folder is
selected, actions are carried out for all groups.
The individual groups are shown under the group folder. The number
of DALI control devices that belong to the respective group appears
behind the group name. Clicking on the symbol in front of the
group expands the display and the individual participants are shown.
If a group is selected, actions are carried out for this group.
The meaning of the symbols used in this manual can be found in the Appendix.
Immediately after starting the program, there are initially just some entries in the DALI system
topology:
Operation
The displayed elements can be selected by a left-click. All actions that the user can trigger are
carried out for the selected element or the selected group of elements.
Depending on the object selected with a right-click, different context menus are available.
Depending on the situation, various menu items are offered in the context menus.
The following figure shows an example of the context menu that is available at the level of the
individual control device.
The various menu items of the context menus are described in alphabetical order below.
Connect: Establishes the logical connection between the OSRAM DALI Wizard and the DALI
Magic interface.
Copy all DALI parameters: Copies all configuration parameters of a selected participant.
Copy DALI configuration: Copies the data of a loaded configuration file.
Copy groups: Copies the group configuration of a selected participant.
Copy scenes: Copies the scene configuration of a selected participant.
Create DALI configuration: Creates a DALI offline configuration.
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Disconnect: Disconnects the logical connection between the OSRAM DALI Wizard and the DALI
Magic interface.
Load DALI configuration: A saved configuration can be loaded. This is shown in the tree under
the details of the file name.
Paste all DALI parameters: Transfers all previously copied configuration parameters to the
selected participant.
Paste groups: Transfers the previously copied group configuration to the selected participant.
Paste scenes: Transfers the previously copied scene configuration to the selected participant.
Read parameter: Reads the configuration data and the current status of the selected participant.
Read parameters of all members: Reads the configuration data and the current status of all
participants.
Remove: Removes an element from the tree structure.
Rename: Allows a name to be given to the selected element.
The name is not saved in the DALI participants, but in the configuration file.
Save DALI configuration: Saves the read data of a DALI lighting system in a configuration file.
Scan for DALI interface devices: Starts the search for interfaces connected to the computer. All
interfaces found are shown in the tree.
Search for gears: Starts the search for DALI participants. If a participant is found, its group
association is also determined.
Switch off DALI supply: Switches off the internal DALI source of the DALI Magic.
Switch on DALI supply: Switches on the internal DALI source of the DALI Magic.
For up to four DALI control devices, the DALI can be supplied via USB. For a higher number of
bus participants, the DALI Magic wall power supply must be used.
Before switching on the internal DALI supply, make sure that the maximum permitted total current
of 250 mA is not exceeded. Non-compliance can result in damage to the connected bus
participants and to the DALI Magic.
Transmit DALI configuration: Transfers the data of a configuration file to the selected facility.
Here the selected facility is compared with the saved data. Depending on the result of this
comparison, various dialogs follow the menu item:
The "Transmit DALI configuration" dialog is displayed if
the participants in the facility concur with those in the
configuration file in terms of number and device type. In
this case, there is the possibility of transferring the
configuration to the facility, stopping the process or
switching to the "Merge facility with configuration"
dialog.
The "Merge facility with configuration" dialog is displayed if the participants in the facility differ
from those in the configuration file in terms of number and device type or after call-up from the
"Transmit DALI configuration" dialog.
If "Merge by short address" is selected, the configuration data are transferred to the facility
using the short addresses.
If "Merge by selection" is selected, the data of the (virtual) participant selected in the
"Configuration" field are transferred to the participant selected in the "Facility" field. The
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configuration data and the current DALI parameters of the selected participant can be assessed
in the overview table at the bottom of the dialog window.
The transfer of data is started with the "Merge" button. In the case of "Merge by short
address", the dialog is closed automatically. In the case of "Merge by selection", you can close
the dialog at any time by clicking on the "End merge" button.
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Wizard panel
Basic settings can be made to the OSRAM DALI Wizard software here.
Allowed commands – None
If this option is selected, commands cannot be sent with the OSRAM DALI Wizard. Commands
on the DALI line are, however, registered and can be displayed in the Panel Bus log.
Allowed commands – Control and queries, no configuration
In this setting, commands for the light control as well as query commands can be sent with the
OSRAM DALI Wizard. No change to the device configuration is possible.
This setting, at least, is required in order to search for participants or to read participant
parameters.
Allowed commands – All
With this setting, all valid DALI commands can be generated with the OSRAM DALI Wizard.
This setting is required to make changes to the participant configuration.
Counting – Start at 0 / Start at 1
In the DALI Standard IEC 62386, counting starts at 0. Thus there are groups 0 to 15, for
example. Numerous control devices on the market start counting at 1, however, and use the
designation groups 1 to 16.
Here the layout in the OSRAM DALI Wizard can be adapted according to the personal
preferences of the user.
Diagnostic options
Communication problems are shown in the DALI tree so that the relevant participant appears in
red lettering. If a participant does not respond to query commands, the associated symbol is
shown with a cross.
If the "Show communication problems permanent" option is selected, the participant stays
marked in red even if error-free communication is possible again. In this case, the error display
can be deleted by clicking on "Reset".
If the "Show communication problems permanent" option is not selected, the error display is
automatically deleted as soon as error-free communication is possible.
Memorybank-Options:
If "Transmit configuration to further gears" selected, configurations of single devices can be
transfered to other single devices. This is only possible with one connected unadressed device at
one time and can be used for the panels Corridor Function, Touch DIM Configuration and
Emergency / Power to lamp.
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Light level control panel
With the aid of this panel can be controlled the participant selected in the tree, the selected group
of participants or all participants.
Selected participants
Flashing sequence area
Light value area
The top area of the panel displays which participant is selected.
Light level area
This area contains the "DALI Commands" and "Scene recall" sub-areas, a slider and an input
field with "Query" and "Execute" buttons.
Slider:
Moving the slider transfers the new light value directly to the selected
participant. The transferred light value is shown in the input field.
Input field:
A light value can be entered directly into the input field and sent with the
Execute button. The Up/Down buttons can be used to increase or decrease
the light value in DALI steps. Clicking on the "Query" button queries the
light value of the selected participant. If several participants are selected,
they are queried individually. If the light values of the queried participants
are different, the lowest and highest light value is shown as a range in the
input field.
DALI Commands: Various DALI commands for lighting control can be selected in this area.
The "Up" and "Down" buttons are equipped with a repeat function: If a
button is kept pressed, the respective command is sent periodically.
Scene recall:
The associated DALI light scene is recalled up by clicking on one of the
"Scene" buttons.
Blink sequence area
This area allows the light source(s) of the selected participant to flash. Clicking on "Start" starts
the flashing sequence which can be stopped with "Stop". A running flashing sequence is
signalled by the indicator to the right of "Stop".
Various settings and options are possible here:
"Blink with Command Min/Max" option:
If this option is selected, the OSRAM DALI Wizard periodically and
alternately recalls the DALI Max Level and DALI Min Level. In this case, no
input is possible in the "Level 1" (light value 1) and "Level 2" (light value 2)
fields.
"Backlight" option:
If this option is selected, the non-selected participants are set to the light
value specified in the "Level Backlight" input field. When the flashing
sequence is stopped, the status prior to the start of the flashing sequence is
restored.
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"Level 1" and "Level 2" input fields:
These two input fields specify the two light values that are sent periodically
and alternately to the selected participant(s) during a flashing sequence.
If the difference between the two entered light values is too low, the flashing may not be visible
under certain circumstances.
If both light values are outside the dimming range that is defined by the programming of the DALI
Max Level and DALI Min Level of the participant(s), the flashing sequence does not cause any
light change at the participant(s).
"Level Backlight" input field:
This input field specifies the light value that the non-selected participants
adopt during a flashing sequence.
"Interval time" input field:
This input field specifies the duration of the period of the flashing sequence
in seconds.
Depending on the device type of the selected participant(s), flashing with short duration of the
period may not be visible under certain circumstances.
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DALI spy panel
Button bar
Information line
Display area
The DALI spy panel is split into three areas. There is a button bar at the top edge of the panel
and an information line below. The bottom part of the panel contains a display area with the
"Live view" and "File analysis" tabs.
Button bar
Depending on the tab selected, the button bar contains a range of buttons which are described in
alphabetical order below.
"Clear" button:
Deletes the content of the currently selected tab display area. The button
does not affect the recording in a data file.
"Export" button:
Allows the selected tab display area contents to be saved in a .csv file for
further processing in other programs.
"Open file…" button:
Allows a data file to be opened in the display area of the "File analysis" tab.
"Record" button:
Starts the recording of DALI communication of the selected DALI Magic in a
data file. The file name and save location of the data file can be defined in
the "Recorder options". Every time recording starts, the file name is
appended with an automatically generated index. When recording is
running, "(Recording running)" appears behind the panel name.
Independent of filter settings the entire communication is recorded in the data file.
"Recorder options" button:
Opens the "Recorder options" dialog window.
The file path for the save location of the data file can be specified by clicking
on path. The specified file path is displayed abbreviated in the "path"
display field. The full path can be seen in the Tool Tip when the cursor is
over the display field.
The file name can be specified in the "File name" input field. The default
value for the file name is "dali". Clicking on the "date" button appends the
file name with the current date.
"Spy options" button:
Opens the "Spy options" dialog window with both "Columns" and "Filter"
tabs. The tabs of the dialog window are described in the "Filter" or
"Columns" sections of this chapter.
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Information line
If the "Live view" tab is active, the "File name" is displayed in the information line of the Bus
Logging panel followed by the abbreviated path and the complete file name of a data file of the
running recording or the recording that was run last. If the cursor is on the information line, the full
path and file name are displayed in the Tool Tip.
If the "File analysis" tab is active, the "File name" is displayed in the information line of the Bus
Logging panel followed by the abbreviated path and the complete file name of the data file shown
in the display area. If the cursor is on the information line, the full path and file name are
displayed in the Tool Tip.
Display area
The DALI communication is shown in tabular form on the display area of the tab. The different
command types are coded in different colours.
System information is displayed in GREY.
Addressable DALI commands that do not need to be sent twice are shown in BLUE.
In the case of addressable DALI commands that need to be sent twice, the first command is
shown in LIGHT BLUE and the second command in BLUE.
Non-addressable DALI commands that do not need to be sent twice are shown in GREEN.
In the case of non-addressable DALI commands that need to be sent twice, the first command is
shown in BLUE-GREEN and the second command in GREEN.
Answers to queries are shown in RED-BROWN.
Unknown communication events are shown in RED.
An example of the colour coding is shown below.
Columns
At the "Columns" tab of the "Spy options" dialog the columns shown in the display area can be
defined.
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The meaning of the columns is:
Addressing:
Type of addressing and address of the recorded command. Nonaddressable commands are marked with "All".
Channel:
This column is intended for future applications and currently has no display.
Command:
Command number according to IEC 62386.
Data:
Raw data recorded by the interface shown in hexadecimal.
Delta [ms]:
Time between the current event and the preceding event in ms. If the time is
longer than 106 ms, the column stays empty.
Delta [Te]:
Time between the current event and the preceding event in units of 417 µs.
If the time is greater than 255 units, the column stays empty.
Description:
Command name according to IEC 62386 or interpretation and value of a
response.
Device type:
Descriptive text of the device type for device type-specific commands.
Event:
Sequential number of the registered event on the DALI line.
Priority:
Command priority according to IEC 62386.
Relative time:
Time of registering an event, measured since switching on the DALI Magic.
The format is hh:mm:ss.xy with a resolution of 10 ms.
Type:
Details of the event type: 2-byte, 3-byte, response.
Value:
Parameter value for commands which contain a parameter.
The column selection is saved separately for live view and the file analysis depending on the
user.
The column selection does not affect the recording in a data file.
Filter
A filter criterion can be defined on the "Filter" tab in the "Spy options" dialog. Only elements
that correspond to the filter criterion are then shown in the display area. Filtering can be carried
out according to addresses and/or commands.
Address filter:
Short addresses, group addresses, broadcast or special address (nonaddressable commands) can be selected as the filter criterion. Nonaddressable commands are marked in the display area with "All".
Command filter:
The command filter provides all commands defined in IEC 62386 as a filter
criterion, grouped according to command type.
If a filter is applied, "(Filter)" is displayed behind the tab name in the DALI spy panel.
The filter criterion is stored separately for the live view and the file analysis depending on the
user.
The filter criterion does not affect the recording in a data file.
If the filter criterion is not selected correctly, no element will be shown in the display area under
certain circumstances.
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Addressing panel
The Addressing panel is used for the display, allocation and modifying of the short addresses in
a DALI system.
Changes of short addresses and random addresses can lead to malfunctions of lighting systems
that can only be remedied through re-installation by means of the control system used.
Addressing area
"Start Addressing" button:
Starts the addressing process taking the selected options into account.
"Stop addressing" button:
Immediately stops a running addressing process.
"Delete all addresses" button:
Deletes all short addresses.
"Delete selected address" button:
Deletes the selected short address.
"Analysis" option:
If this option is selected, no change is made to the existing short addresses.
"No change of existing random-addresses" option:
If this option is selected, no DALI command for generating new random
addresses are sent to the participants.
Identification area
If Visualize selection is selected, a flashing sequence for identification is started in the system
for the selected short address. The settings in the "Blink sequence" area on the "Light level
control" panel are used for this.
Addresses area
The addresses of a DALI lighting system are shown in this area. Unused addresses are shown in
GREY, allocated addresses in GREEN and selected addresses in BLUE.
Clicking on an allocated address selects it.
The address of a participant can be changed by Drag&Drop.
Changes to short addresses are only possible if the "Analyse" option is not selected and the
"Allowed instructions – All" option is selected in the Wizard panel.
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Control gear state panel
The Control gear state panel is divided into a general and a device type-specific area.
Clicking on the respective query button sends a corresponding DALI command or a command
sequence. The responses are analysed and displayed.
Status information according to IEC 62386-102 are displayed in the general section on the left
side. The extended OSRAM serial number and the OSRAM ID (CIN) are also displayed in the
lower section of the general area.
Status information according to IEC 62386-2xx is displayed on tabs in the device type specific
section on the right side. Different data are shown and can be queried depending on the
participant selected.
Only tabs of device types that have been detected when reading the device parameters are
displayed in the device type-specific area.
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Control gear configuration panel
The Control gear configuration panel is divided into a general and a device type-specific area.
Clicking on the respective query button sends a corresponding DALI command or a command
sequence. The responses are analysed and displayed.
Parameter settings are sent to the selected participant(s) by clicking on the associated
"Transmit configuration" button.
Configuration parameters according to IEC 62386102 are displayed in the general section on the
left side.
Configuration parameters according to IEC 62386-2xx are displayed on tabs in the device typespecific section on the right side. Depending on the selected participant, different data are
displayed, can be queried and configured.
Only tabs of device types that have been detected when reading the device parameters are
displayed in the device type-specific area.
Changes to the configuration parameters lead to changed behaviour of the lighting system. Care
must be taken when changing configuration parameters, especially with components of safety
and emergency lighting.
Groups area
In the "Groups" area is shown in BLUE to which of the 16 DALI groups the selected participant
is assigned to.
If several participants are selected which do not all belong to the same groups, this is indicated
by the corresponding group field only being half filled in blue.
Clicking on a group field on the display assigns or removes the selected participant to or from the
group. The group configuration is transmitted immediately.
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Scene programming
Each of the 16 DALI scenes is displayed on its own line in the general section of the device
configuration.
The "Use actual light level" option can be selected above the displayed scenes. If the option is
selected, clicking on the "Transmit configuration" button means that the actual light level of the
selected participant(s) is saved as scene light level and not the light value shown in the input
field.
Each scene has a checkbox, an "Execute" button, an input field, a "Query" button and a
"Transmit configuration" button.
Checkbox:
The scene light value is preset to 100 % if the box is checked (ticked). The scene light value is
deleted if the box is unchecked (tick removed).
Input field:
The scene light value is displayed in the input field. If several participants are selected and the
scene light values of the participants are not identical, a value range is displayed. A deleted
scene value is marked with "MASK". The input field can be edited. Entries are not automatically
transmitted to the participant(s).
"Execute" button:
Recalls the scene light value stored in the selected participant.
"Query" button:
Reads out the scene light value stored in the selected participant. If several participants are
selected and the scene light values of the participants are different, a value range is displayed.
"Transmit configuration" button:
Transmits the scene configuration to the selected participant(s).
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Memorybank Panel
Memorybank Panel have dependent of their functions this shape:
Menue „Mains frequency“:
To get correct timing in Corridor and Touch DIM configurations you need to set the correct mains
frequency.
Button „Read“:
Starts data reading depending on selection in panel „DALI Systemtopology“from Memorybank
Panel. If necessary there is automatic search for devices including identification.
If in panel „DALI Systemtopology“ the DALI Magic is selected, the related data of all connected
devices are read and shown. If the data are different they are shown as range.
Button „Write“:
Writes the data depending on device selection in panel „DALI Systemtopology“to the memory
bank and sets the connected devices in the desired mode (Corridor mode, TouchDIM mode):
After setting connected devices in Corridor or TouchDIM mode, they are not any more accessible
by DALI-Wizard.
To set devices in DALI mode again or to change Corridor or TouchDIM parameters the devices
have to be removed from mains for a few seconds. Afterwards they are accessible by DALIWizard again and change in DALI mode.
Button „PreSET“:
Sets the data of Memorybank Panel (and possibly 2 sub-panels) to factory settings for all devices
selected in „DALI Systemtopology“.
Writing and reading of data is only possible if the firmware of the connected devices supports
this.
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Panel Corridor Function
The Corridor Function allows to use commercial standard movement detectors or push buttons
with OSRAM DALI devices. Up to 3 dimming level with according fading can be configured.
The panel Corridor Function is divided into Basic functions and Advanced functions.
Basic functions:
The chart shows the light course over time.
If several devices are selected with different parameters the chart shows maximum values only.
Button „1“ and Button „2“:
Enters predefined light courses into the input boxes.
Fade Time:
Time from one light level to next.
Lightlevel:
Level of light displayed by the device.
Hold Time:
Period of time for holding one level. At Hold Time IV and VI it can be set to infinite.
Advanced Functions:
Usually these parameters need not to be changed
TouchDim- / Corridorfunction enabled: Device works with commercial standard movement
detector (switched mains voltage).
Short press enabled : Device respond to short pulse on control input with corridor function.
Double push enabled: Device respond to double pulse on control input with corridor function.
Long push enabled: Device respond to long pulse on control input with corridor function.
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Description
DALI Wizard
Panel Touch DIM Configuration
Touch DIM Configuration allows settings associated with OSRAM TouchDIM Sensor.
Panel TouchDIM Configuration is divided into Sub-Panels PIR sensor configuration and
Advanced functions.
PIR sensor configuration:
The chart visualizes the behaviour of the devices in connection to the OSRAM TouchDIM Sensor
over time.
If several devices are selected with different parameters the chart shows maximum values only.
Fade up time:
Time from respond of PIR-Sensor until accomplish maximum value of dim process.
Maximum level:
Maximum light level which is attained.
Timeout:
Period of time from PIR absence recognition until start of decending light level to minimum.
Fade down time:
Period of time from end of Timeout until achieving the minimum level of dim process
Minimum level:
Minimum light level which is achieved at absence.
Standby time:
Period of time which the Minimum level is hold until final switch-off.
Switch-on level:
Light level which is reached as switch-on with short push.
Power-on level:
Light level which is reached after mains voltage recovery.
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Advanced Functions:
Usually these parameters need not to be changed
TouchDim- / Corridorfunction enabled: Device reacts on TouchDIM signals.
Short press enabled : Device respond to short pulse on control input with ON / OFF.
Double push enabled: Device respond to double pulse on control input with saving current light
level.
Long push enabled: Device respond to long pulse on control input with dimming.
Presence sensor enabled: Device reacts on PIR signals of OSRAM TouchDim Sensor.
Light sensor enabled: Device reacts on light signals of OSRAM TouchDim Sensor.
Automatic disable of presence sensor at sufficient light enabled: If this option is used PIR
signals of TouchDim Sensor are ignored as long as lightsensor detects a light level which is
above of set level.
Holiday modus enabled: The device can be set to Holiday Mode.
Lightsensor Treshold: Treshold in relation with Automatic disable of presence sensor at
sufficient light enabled. This value indicates how much the sensor value has to drop below the
setpoint to allow PIR events again.
Lightsensor Time constant: Response time of light regulation.
Detailed informations to OSRAM TouchDim Function can be found in OSRAM Device
Informations at www.osram.com
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Description
DALI Wizard
Panel Emergency / Power to lamp
The panel Emergency / Power to lamp allows settings in combination with the DC detection of
OSRAM DALI devices and to use Energy Saver Lamps (ES) in correct operation mode.
DC light level: Device adapts this light level if DC is recognized and DC detection is enabled. To
activate this option it is sufficient to select a DC level and store it with transmit button
DC lightlevel enabled: If indicator is ON the DC recognition is active.
DC lightlevel locked: If DC light level is locked it can only be changed if it is unlocked before.
DALI parameter locked: If DALI parameter are locked performing a DALI configuration with
Wizard or a DALI controller is impossible.
BOOST: Device in BOOST mode (default) operates ES lamps with increased light output.
Energy SAVING: Device in Energy SAVING mode operates ES lamps as designated.
Changes in DC configurations are potentially safety relevant because the influence emergency
lighting settings.
Locking of DALI parameters can lead to conflicts with control devices.
Changes of Energy SAVING mode are only effective after restart of lamps (mains voltage
interruption or DALI off / on commands)
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Panel Monitoring
The panel Monitoring enables the user to receive informations from connected devices about
mains voltage events and lamps.
Maximum measured peak supply voltage: All time maximum peak voltage value [V] at ECG
input terminal.
Total overvoltage duration: Total time of recognized overvoltage events [h].
Number of overvoltage shutdown events: Shows total number of overvoltage shutdown
events.
Force new lamp identification: Pressing the transfer button leads to new lamp identification at
next switch-on of ECG.
Lamp detection locked: Fill in check-box and pressing transfer button leads to disable of lamp
recognition.
Disable lamp detection maybe result in wrong operating conditions at next lamp replacement.
Lamp identified: If indicator is ON, the ECG has recognized the installed lamp und operates it
properly. If lamp is not recognized, possible reasons are : wrong lamp, bad lamp quality, wiring
faults, contact problems in lamp holder.
Detected lamp: Shows the recognized lamp type.
Lamp operation time: Shows total operation time of installed lamp. This value can be reset to
zero in ECG with Reset button.
Burn in time: For accurate burn-in of new lamps a timer can be set in the ECG which disables
dimming for the choosen period. For this the input box has to be filled with the requested period
and programmed to the ECG with the transfer button. The procedure can be started / stopped
with accomplish / stop button.
The „100h“ Button programs and starts the recommended burn-in time of 100 hours.
During burn-in all dimming events are blocked.
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Description
DALI Wizard
Panel Report
The panel Report facilitates the overview of all connected devices in a DALI installation and
shows the stored DALI parameters.
Report options: Configuration of all collumns shown in display area and order definition.
Export: A standard dialogue allows to store the displayed data in csv-format.
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Offline Configuration
Offline Configuration enables to create a virtual DALI installation including all according DALI
parameters. In a second step this configuration can be merged with a real construction.
Create DALI Configuration: With right hand click to „Number of Interfaces“ in panel „System
topology“ a context menue appears. With left hand click on „Create DALI configuration“ a
configuration is inserted.
Add gear: With right hand click to „Configuration“a context menue appears. With selection of
„Add gear“ a device is inserted to the virtual installation.
The inserted device can be programmed as usual in panel „Control Gear Configuration“ and
parameter of virtual devices can be copied to other virtual devices.
Save DALI Configuration: Stores the virtual configuration to PC.
Copy DALI Configuration: Enables transfer of the virtual configuration to a real construction if
the MAGIC is connected to it. See also „Transmit DALI Configuration“ section DALI system
topology.
Remove: Deletes configuration from tree.
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Application examples
DALI Wizard
Application examples
System documentation
The configuration of a DALI lighting system can be documented with the OSRAM DALI Wizard.
The following steps are required for this:
 Deactivation of the control unit of the lighting system.
 Connection of the system to the DALI Magic.
 Starting of the OSRAM DALI Wizard with the "Allowed commands – Controlling and
Querying, no configuration" wizard setting.
 Searching for bus participants and reading in the parameters of all participants.
 If necessary, allocation of names for participants and groups.
 Selection of the "Save DALI configuration" menu item in the context menu of the DALI
system topology.
 Disconnection of DALI Magic from the system and activation of the control unit of the lighting
system.
The configuration is saved in the form of an XML file. The file contains the complete DALI
configuration of the participant and the allocated names.
Replacing a participant
Replacement of control gear with existing configuration file
If a configuration file exists, a required replacement of a participant can be carried out as follows:
 Deactivation of the control unit of the lighting system.
 Replacement of the participant.
 Connection of the system to the DALI Magic.
 Starting of the OSRAM DALI Wizard with the "Allowed commands – All" wizard setting.
 Searching for bus participants and reading in the parameters of all participants. The new
participant is marked in the tree with "???[MASK]".
 Loading of the configuration file via the context menu of the DALI system topology.
 Checking which short address is missing in the system (comparison of the address of the
current and loaded configuration).
 Starting of the addressing in the Addressing panel with the "No change of existing randomaddresses" option (existing random addresses fixed). The new participant is automatically
given the lowest free short address. Changing of the short address to the original address.
 Selection of the replaced participant in the loaded configuration file. Copying the parameters
via the "Copy all DALI parameters" context menu item.
 Selection of the replaced participant in the system and transfer of the parameters via the
"Paste all DALI parameters" context menu item.
 Disconnection of DALI Magic from the system and activation of the control unit of the lighting
system.
Replacement of a control gear without configuration file
If no configuration file exists, a required replacement of a participant can be carried out as
follows:
 Deactivation of the control unit of the lighting system.
 Replacement of the participant.
 Connection of the system to the DALI Magic.
 Starting of the OSRAM DALI Wizard with the "Allowed commands – All" wizard setting.
 Searching for bus participants and reading in the parameters of all participants. The new
participant is marked in the tree with "???[MASK]".
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 Starting of the addressing in the Addressing panel with the "No change of existing randomaddresses" option (existing random addresses fixed). The new participant is automatically
given the lowest free short address.
 Selection of the replaced participant. Setting of the configuration parameters of the participant
according to the terms of use. Use of the convenient copy function is also offered here in the
context menu of the tree layout of the system topology.
 Disconnection of DALI Magic from the system and activation of the control unit of the lighting
system.
Information on the required configuration values can be provided by the configuration data of
another participant under certain circumstances.
Restoration of a system configuration
Prerequisite for the restoration is that the setup of a configured system has been saved
beforehand as a configuration file and that the file is available.
The procedure is as follows:
 Deactivation of the control unit of the lighting system.
 Connection of the system to the DALI Magic.
 Starting of the OSRAM DALI Wizard with the "Allowed commands – All" wizard setting.
 Searching for bus participants and reading in the parameters of all participants. The new
participant is marked in the tree with "???[MASK]".
 Loading of the configuration file via the "Load DALI configuration" context menu item. The
configuration is displayed in the tree.
 Copying of the configuration by clicking on the loaded configuration in the tree layout and
selection of the corresponding context menu item.
 Transmitting of the configuration by clicking on the system displayed in the tree layout and
selection of the corresponding context menu item. The "Transmit DALI configuration" dialog
appears
 Transferring the data by clicking on the "Transfer" button.
 Once the data transfer is complete: Disconnection of the DALI Magic from the system and
activation of the control unit of the lighting system.
The described procedure assumes that the addresses of the control gear concur with the
addresses when the configuration file was saved.
If the OSRAM DALI Wizard detects a difference in the topology or address assignment of the
stored system configuration and the real system, the "Merge facility with configuration" dialog
is immediately offered.
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Appendix
DALI Wizard
Appendix
Symbols for DALI participants and groups
Unknown device: Devices marked as such cannot be uniquely identified or the device type has
not yet been queried.
Non-accessible device: If a participant is not accessible, the associated symbol is marked with a
cross.
Control gear according to IEC 62386 – 201, device type 0, low pressure fluorescent lamps.
Participants detected as an OSRAM product are shown in colour, competitor devices or older
OSRAM devices are shown on a grey background.
Control gear according to IEC 62386 – 202, device type 1, self-contained emergency lighting.
Participants detected as an OSRAM product are shown in colour, competitor devices or older
OSRAM devices are shown on a grey background.
Control gear according to IEC 62386 – 203, device type 2, high pressure discharge lamps.
Participants detected as an OSRAM product are shown in colour, competitor devices or older
OSRAM devices are shown on a grey background.
Control gear according to IEC 62386 – 204, device type 3, low-voltage halogen lamps.
Participants detected as an OSRAM product are shown in colour, competitor devices or older
OSRAM devices are shown on a grey background.
Control gear according to IEC 62386 – 205, device type 4, supply voltage regulator for
incandescent lamps.
Participants detected as an OSRAM product are shown in colour, competitor devices or older
OSRAM devices are shown on a grey background.
Control gear according to IEC 62386 – 206, device type 5, signal converter 0 V – 10 V /
1 V – 10 V.
Participants detected as an OSRAM product are shown in colour, competitor devices or older
OSRAM devices are shown on a grey background.
Control gear according to IEC 62386 – 207, device type 6, LED.
Participants detected as an OSRAM product are shown in colour, competitor devices or older
OSRAM devices are shown on a grey background.
Control gear according to IEC 62386 – 208, device type 7, switching function.
Participants detected as an OSRAM product are shown in colour, competitor devices or older
OSRAM devices are shown on a grey background.
Control gear according to IEC 62386 – 209, device type 8, colour control.
Participants detected as an OSRAM product are shown in colour, competitor devices or older
OSRAM devices are shown on a grey background.
Control gear according to IEC 62386 – 210, device type 9, sequencer.
Participants detected as an OSRAM product are shown in colour, competitor devices or older
OSRAM devices are shown on a grey background.
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Control gear according to IEC 62386 – 211, device type 8, optical control.
Participants detected as an OSRAM product are shown in colour, competitor devices or older
OSRAM devices are shown on a grey background.
Device group: Groups according to DALI Standard IEC 62386 are marked with this symbol.
Interface symbols
"Execute": Clicking on a button marked as such leads to execution of an action.
Example: Transfer of a light value to a control gear.
"Query": Clicking on a button marked as such leads to the querying of one or more parameters of
a control gear.
Example: Query for a lamp failure.
"Transmit configuration": Clicking on a button marked as such leads to the transfer of one or
more parameters to a control gear.
Example: Saving a scene light value.
"Cancel": Cancels a prolonged action immediately.
"Yes" indicator: Appears if an associated request has been answered with "Yes".
"No" indicator: Appears if an associated request has been answered with "No".
"Undetermined indicator": Appears if multiple control gears are selected, but have different
values.
"Unknown" indicator: Appears if a parameter is unknown or if the answer to a question cannot be
clearly interpreted, e.g. if several participants respond at the same time.
Movement detector switches on.
Movement detector switches off.
Program and manual updates
Please note:
All information in this manual has been prepared with great care. OSRAM, however, does not
accept liability for possible errors, changes and/or omissions. Please check www.osram.com or
contact your sales partner for an updated copy of this manual.
Software updates:
To ensure the latest software version is used please consult the OSRAM website
http://www.OSRAM.com/lms-magic
in regular intervals (once a month). New versions will be released due to software improvements,
additional supported devices and bug fixing.
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Appendix
DALI Wizard
End User Licence Agreement
Software product: DALI wizard
Licenser:
OSRAM GmbH
LICENSE CONDITIONS FOR DALI wizard PC SOFTWARE
This is an End User Licence Agreement between you, the end user, and the OSRAM GmbH,
Marcel-Breuer-Straße 6, D-80807 Munich, Germany (hereinafter called "OSRAM").
By accepting this End User Licence Agreement you are bound by the conditions contained in it.
I. Granting of the licence
This End User Licence Agreement grants you the non-exclusive and non-transferable right to use
the DALI wizard Software on any computer. You may make several copies of the DALI wizard
Software in order to use it on several computers.
II. Copyright, property rights
The DALI wizard Software is property of OSRAM and protected by copyright laws, international
treaties and further national laws. Product manuals or other written documents accompanying the
DALI wizard Software may not be copied without OSRAM’s written consent.
The word and design mark OSRAM, other product trademarks, pictures or logos identify OSRAM
products and are protected trademarks of OSRAM.
The use of these trademarks shall only be allowed with the permission of OSRAM. The use of the
name OSRAM shall only be allowed as reference, for example for connection with the DALI
wizard Software. For such a use, OSRAM has to be informed previously.
No licence or right to any patent, trademark or any other industrial property right of the OSRAM
GmbH shall be granted silently or in any other way by means of this End User Licence
Agreement. Furthermore, no licence or any right to a copyright or any other rights shall be
granted unless this is expressly mentioned in this End User Licence Agreement.
III. Further restrictions
The DALI wizard Software must not be distributed, leased or in any other way be let by you to
third parties. Unless otherwise permitted by imperative legal regulations, you must not change,
redevelop or retranslate the software or parts thereof.
IV. No liability for consequential damage
In case of intention or gross negligence – for whatever legal ground – OSRAM shall only be liable
pursuant to the legal provisions. Likewise, OSRAM shall only be liable for claims for
compensation due to injury to health, body or life and for claims due to the provisions of the
product liability law pursuant to the legal regulations. In case of accepting a warranty of quality or
due to fraudulent concealment of a defect, OSRAM shall be liable pursuant to the legal
provisions. If OSRAM violates a material obligation or a cardinal obligation culpably, the liability
shall be limited to the compensation for the typically occurring, foreseeable damage. The same
shall apply if the customer is entitled to claims for substitution of the damage instead of
performance. Unless otherwise regulated above, any claims for damages against OSRAM shall
be excluded.
V. Export control
The export of certain information, software and documentation may – e.g. due to their type or
their intended purpose or final whereabouts – be subject to the duty to obtain a permit. You have
to strictly observe the relevant export regulations for information, software and documentation,
especially the regulations of the EU and/or the member states of the EU as well as the ones of
the USA. OSRAM labels information, software and documentation regarding the duty to obtain a
permit pursuant to the German and the EU export list as well as the US Commerce Control List.
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VI. Miscellaneous
Side agreements must be made in writing.
If you are a merchant as defined by the Handelsgesetzbuch [German Commercial Code], the
place of jurisdiction shall be Munich.
German law shall apply. Place of jurisdiction shall be Munich. The application of the uniform law
of the International Sale of Movable Property of 17 July 1973 and the UN Convention on the
International Sale of Goods of 11 April 1980 shall be excluded.
In case of further questions regarding this licence agreement, please do not hesitate to contact:
OSRAM GmbH
Marcel-Breuer-Straße 6
D-80807 München
Germany
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DALI_Wizard_Manual_EN.pdf
OSRAM GmbH
Kunden Service Center
Customer-Service-Center (CSC)
Steinerne Furt 62
86167 Augsburg
Germany
Tel.: +49 (0) 89 6213 - 0
Fax.: +49 (0) 80 6213 - 2020
www.OSRAM.com
www.OSRAM.de
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