Philips 15PF5120-28E Hook Up Technical data

Philips 15PF5120-28E Hook Up Technical data
Getting smart with controls
Maximum comfort, minimum energy
Philips stand-alone controls combine energy saving with simplicity. In buildings, energy savings
of up to 55% are quite common, but these simple plug & play systems themselves generate
savings of up to 30-70% on individual luminaires.
Stand-alone lighting controls
Enabling smart and sustainable environments
Global warming, climate change, carbon emissions – these words seem to be on
everyone’s lips. Today, we all know that our energy consumption comes at a price.
Commercial, institutional and industrial buildings account for about half of total energy
consumption. And up to 35% of the electricity used in an office building, for example,
is spent on lighting.
Lighting controls are key to creating lighting solutions that make the maximum
difference in terms of cutting energy usage. At the same time, they effectively manage
the quality of the light, enhancing people’s lives – at the office, in industry, in shops,
at school, etc. And the beauty of stand-alone controls is that they do all this in an
extremely simple manner – now that’s smart!
Wide choice of lighting controls
Lighting controls range from simple switches to advanced integrated systems made
up of user interfaces, sensors, controllers, drivers and system software. These solutions
make it possible to improve the lighting, appearance and energy efficiency of almost
any building.
Stand-alone lighting controls do not require integration in a network. ‘Plug and play’
and ‘plug and configure’ solutions work right out of the box and require little or no
commissioning to achieve optimal results.
‘Plug and program’ solutions – usually networked – work in combination with other
building management systems to perform a host of functions, but the system always
has to be programmed.
Energy efficiency and comfort
One of the primary benefits of lighting controls is their ability to reduce energy
consumption – by up to 55%! At the same time, they can improve the ambience of an
indoor environment – and the well-being of those within it. Light levels and/or colors
can be dynamically adjusted to individuals’ needs, moods and preferences, enhancing
the comfort and enjoyment of those using the space.
Enhancing lives
Philips’ innovative stand-alone lighting controls are not only revolutionizing the way
people manage and enjoy their working and living spaces, they are also helping to
create smart and sustainable environments for future generations.
How do stand-alone lighting controls save energy?
There are several methods for saving energy. Depending on the lighting
system, the application and the specific use of a building, a combination
of methods can be used.
Occupancy control
One of the simplest yet most effective methods to save energy. A sensor
detects occupancy and switches off the lights when an area is vacated. In
large areas like open-plan offices, smart systems first dim the lights, thus
increasing the energy savings. Savings of up to 30% (switch) and 40%
(dim) can be achieved.
Daylight-dependent regulation (daylight harvesting)
Light levels are adjusted automatically, taking into account the natural
sunlight entering the building. Light sensors measure the actual light levels
in an area, dimming the artificial lighting when necessary. Savings can
amount to 70% on individual luminaires and 30% in general.
Task tuning
Certain tasks, or people, require less light than others. The possibility
to adjust the light level, either manually or automatically, can save large
amounts of energy. For instance, in a school that is used by young people
during the day and by adults in the evening.
Personal control
The power to adjust the lights easily to suit your needs not only provides
comfort but saves energy as well.
Maintained light levels
Many lighting installations deliver (much) higher light levels than required.
This is to ensure that sufficient light will still be produced when the
lamps are approaching the end of their lifetime and the fittings are
starting to get dirty. A light level sensor can reduce this excess light,
dimming the lights to the exact level required, and delivering savings of
up to 15% in the process.
Savings beyond lighting controls
Many lighting controls can function together with other building systems, such as sun blinds and HVAC.
Occupancy sensors, for instance, can be used to control blinds and switch them from energy-saving to comfort
mode. And less lighting means less heat, reducing the need for cooling by up to 10%.
Taking things one step further, some stand-alone controls can even be linked to a network or building
management system, for instance to gather information on energy consumption or to measure actual savings.
ActiLume MicroLuxSense
Daylight harvesting made simple
Typical ActiLume MicroLuxSense installation in an open-plan office
Businesses need to cut energy costs, but people feel and
work better with comfortable lighting levels.
Luminaires fitted with ActiLume MicroLuxSense controls
ensure a comfortable, constant level of illumination
throughout the working day.
These controls also deliver substantial energy savings
(between 25 and 50%) when installed near windows, where
there is usually more natural daylight. Further energy savings
can be made by maintaining the required light level during
the lifetime of the system.
The ActiLume MicroLuxSense has the same form fit as the
ActiLume DALI sensor with cover.
When to use
Actilume MicroLuxSense is integrated into a luminaire. It
is typically used in offices, classrooms and general areas
where there is considerable incident daylight, and works
most efficiently on the window side.
Technical data
Technology
1-10 V analog control
# controlled devices
Up to 20 Philips 1-10 V drivers
Manual control
No
Occupancy control
No
Daylight control
Yes
IR receiver
No
Configuration / commissioning
Set light level by rotating the diaphragm ring.
Power supply
No
Mounting
In the reflector or rim or on the lamp.
Notes
When the lights are switched on, the system automatically
regulates the light output based on the amount of incident
natural light.
up to
50%
energy
saving
Product information
LRL1222/10 ActiLume MicroLuxSense
ActiLume MicroLuxSense is a Daylight Regulation option (DLR) for luminaires
equipped with a Philips HF-R 1-10V ballast. The sensor measures the reflected light
coming from the surface below. It dims down the lamp output when the light level
exceeds the required light level defined by the light sensor set point. ActiLume
MicroLuxSense can be installed in the luminaire either clicked between the optics or
next to the optics.
For more information on accessories, see the Accessories section at the end of this
document.
Ordering data
TypeDescription
LRL1222/10
ACTILUME MICROLUXSENSE
12NCEOC
9137 003 46403
152392 00
ActiLume 1-10 V
A simple approach
Businesses need to cut energy costs, especially when there
is nobody in the offices. In addition, people feel and work
better with comfortable lighting levels.
The new ActiLume 1-10 V has been developed to achieve
ambitious energy savings (up to 70%) by combining
presence detection and natural daylight. In order to achieve
maximum energy savings we recommend the ActiLume
1-10V sensor is installed in the luminaires near the windows,
where there is usually more natural daylight.
The new ActiLume 1-10 V, in combination with the
ActiLume 1-10V SwitchBox, can also allow manual
control of the lights with a push-button (Touch and Dim
functionality) and can switch off the luminaires when there
is nobody in the room or when sufficient natural daylight
becomes available to maintain the desired light level.
Typical ActiLume 1-10 V installation in a cell office
Technical data
When to use
Technology
1-10 V analog control
ActiLume 1-10 V is integrated into the luminaire. It is
typically used in offices, classrooms and general areas
where there is considerable incident natural light and/or in
low-occupancy areas like corridors and toilets.
# controlled devices
Up to 20 Philips 1-10 V drivers (LRI1655 sensor only).
The LLC1655 SwitchBox can switch 2 or 3 1-10 V drivers.
Manual control
Optional - wired (Touch and Dim) manual control
with the LLC1655 SwitchBox
Occupancy control
Coverage area (h = 2.5 m) small movements 4x6 m,
large movements 6x7.5 m
Daylight control
Yes
IR receiver
No
Configuration/commissioning
Set light level by rotating the diaphragm ring and using
the soft-buttons on the front.
Power supply
120 - 277 V AC (for LLC1655)
Mounting
Built into the luminaire (max. height 3.5 m)
Notes
The LLC1655 is required in order to switch the lights off;
otherwise manual control is needed.
up to
70%
energy
saving
Product information
LLC1655/00 ActiLume 1-10V SwitchBox
The ActiLume 1-10 V system consists of a sensor and a SwitchBox.
The sensor can work independently of the SwitchBox.
In combination with the SwitchBox, the luminaire will be switched off
when enough daylight is present and/or no presence is detected.
LRI1655/00 ActiLume 1-10V sensor 100cm
The ActiLume 1-10 V luminaire-based sensor enables daylight regulation
and dimming when it does not detect the presence of any people. The
delay time can be customized between 1 and 30 minutes.
For more information on accessories, see the Accessories section at
the end of this document.
Ordering data
Type Description
12NCEOC
LLC1655/00
ACTILUME 1-10V SWITCHBOX
9137 003 39603
953107 00
LRI1655/00
ACTILUME 1-10V SENSOR 100CM
9137 003 39503
942989 00
ActiLume DALI
The more economical approach to lighting control
ActiLume DALI is designed to fulfill the needs of those working in open-plan and cell
offices, but can also be adjusted to suit other applications too. It combines automatic
energy saving functions with easy-to-use manual controls.
The presence and daylight functions allow savings of up to 50-75% on electricity, while
push-button and infrared controls provide manual interaction. For optimal daylight
harvesting savings two groups are used.
Installation is also easy; this ActiLume DALI has two outputs and therefore does not
require the typical DALI commissioning procedure.
Two extension sensors can be used to enlarge the detection area.
When to use
The ActiLume DALI system is integrated into the luminaires. It is typically used
in open plan offices, cell offices, class rooms, meeting rooms, reception areas and
general areas where there is considerable incident natural light and/or in
low-occupancy areas like corridors and toilets.
up to
75%
energy
saving
Typical ActiLume DALI installation in a cell office
Technical data
TechnologyDALI
# controlled devicesUp to 11 DALI drivers, maximum 2 extension sensors (LRM8118 or LRM8119); this reduces the
maximum number of drivers to 9.
Manual control
Wired with Touch and Dim. Remote via IR (IRT8010, IRT8030 and/or IRT8050)
Occupancy controlCoverage area (h – 2.5 m) small movements: 4x5 m, large movements: 6x8 m. The coverage area can be
enlarged by using up to 2 additional sensors (LRM8118 or LRM8119)
Daylight control
Yes
IR receiver
Yes
Configuration/commissioningUsing the IRT8099, 10 pre-configured modes of operation (office, open plan, corridor, meeting room…)
or IRT8098
Power supply
220 - 240 V AC
Mounting
Built-in appliances (max. height 3.5 m)
NotesThe ActiLume DALI system has two outputs, one for the window side and one for the corridor side
(offset in brightness is 30%). The additional sensors LRM8118 and LRM 8119 can be connected to either
DALI output of the system and draw current as if they were a driver.
Product information
LRI1653/00 sensor
The sensor from the ActiLume DALI system. The ActiLume DALI system is a plug &
play, DALI-based control system which fullfills the basic needs in offices with maximum
energy saving options by means of daylight harvesting and presence detection.
LCC1653/00 controller
The controller from the ActiLume DALI system. The ActiLume DALI system is a plug &
play DALI-based control system which fullfills the basic needs in offices with maximum
energy saving options by means of daylight harvesting and presence detection.
For more information on accessories, see the Accessories section at the end of
this document.
Ordering data
Type Description
12NCEOC
LRI1653/00
ACTILUME SENSOR 100CM CORD
9137 006 13872
910462 30
LCC1653/01
ACTILUME CONTROLLER
9137 006 13772
910424 30
OccuSwitch
A smart move to reduce energy costs
up to
30%
energy
saving
Typical OccuSwitch installation in toilets
Illuminating areas when nobody is present wastes energy, so Philips developed the
OccuSwitch: a stand-alone movement detector that switches lights off when an area
is vacated. This simple but effective switch generates energy savings of up to 30% in
office buildings, schools and hospitals.
OccuSwitch is compatible with any type of luminaire or lamp, making it a versatile
solution for spaces such as offices, storage areas, toilets and lobbies. It can even be
used in groups to cover larger areas such as open-plan offices.
OccuSwitch is available in a basic version with daylight override and an advanced
version with parallel operation and local override.
When to use
OccuSwitch is a system that is installed in the ceiling. It is typically used in offices,
storage rooms and classrooms or low-occupancy areas like corridors and toilets.
Technical data
Technology
Mains switching
# controlled devicesAny type (switches main power) The OccuSwitch advanced (LRM1080) can be connected in parallel
(max 10) to cover large areas like open-plan offices.
Manual control
Yes, only the OccuSwitch advanced (LRM1080) via IR remote (IRT8099/10)
Occupancy control
Area of coverage (h – 2.5 m) – small movements 4x5 m, large movements 6x8 m.
Parallel operation with the LRM1080 (up to 10). Retractable shield to screen off areas, e.g. corridors that
are adjacent to the area being controlled by the OccuSwitch.
Daylight controlLights will automatically be switched off when sufficient daylight becomes available, and turned back on
when the light level drops below the required level.
IR receiver
Only on the OccuSwitch advanced for local override
Configuration/commissioning
Manual on the unit: daylight override, timer. LRM1080: advanced programming via remote
Power supply
230 V AC
Mounting
For recessed or surface-mounting with dedicated accessory (LRH1070)
Accessory cable for installation with Wieland connectors.
Product information
LRM1070/00 SENSR MOV DET ST
OccuSwitch basic version. LRM1070 is a movement detector with
a built-in switch. The OccuSwitch can switch any load up to 6 A and
control an office area of around 20 m².
LRM1080/00 SENSR MOV DET ST IR
OccuSwitch advanced version. Similar to the LRM1070 but with
parallel operation connection (up to 10 OccuSwitch units), local
override (using an IR remote) and absence mode.
LRH1070/00 SENSR SURFACE BOX
Ceiling box for surface mounting of all OccuSwitch types (LRM1070,
LRM108x).
LCC1070/00 PIR T-CABLE 3P
Extension cable for Wieland connection (GST18) of the OccuSwitch
(LRM1070, LRM108x).
For more information on accessories, see the Accessories section
at the end of this document.
Ordering data
Type Description
12NCEOC
LRM1070/00
SENSR MOV DET ST
9137 003 27803
731384 99
LRM1080/00
SENSR MOV DET ST IR
9137 003 27903
731407 99
LRH1070/00
SENSR SURFACE BOX
9137 003 28003
731438 99
LCC1070/00
PIR T-CABLE 3P
9137 003 30303
731773 99
OccuSwitch DALI
Simple solution for demanding installations
up to
75%
energy
saving
State-of-the-art lighting controls dramatically reduce energy
costs while ensuring comfortable lighting levels wherever
and whenever required. However, the technical challenges
can often be more complex than initially expected. What’s
more, if people find the controls difficult to use, the return
on investment will be much slower. That’s why Philips
developed OccuSwitch DALI: a best-in-class solution that is
easy to install and use.
As a combined sensor and controller, it will dim and
switch the lights in a room or area upon occupancy and
according to the available daylight, with options for local
override, parallel operation and network links to Building
Management Systems (BMS). Savings of up to 75% (55% on
average) can be achieved with functions such as daylightdependent dimming, occupancy control and over-dimension
correction. OccuSwitch DALI is designed for office areas
of between 20 and 25 m2 and classrooms of around 50
m2, although the area can be doubled, or even tripled, using
extension sensors. OccuSwitch DALI can control up to 15
luminaires.
Typical OccuSwitch DALI installation in a classroom
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X
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to use
X
DA
DA
X
X
OccuSwitch DALI is installed in the ceiling. It is typically
used in offices, classrooms and general areas where there
is considerable incident natural light and/or in lowoccupancy areas like corridors.
Typical OccuSwitch DALI installation in an open plan office
DA
DA
DA
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Technical data
TechnologyDALI
# controlled devices
Up to 15 dimming DALI gears, of which a maximum of 2 are extension sensors (LRM8118),
LRM2080 can be connected in parallel (max. 22) to cover large areas like open-plan offices.
Manual control
Through-wired buttons (with interface LCU2070) or remote control (IRT8050/UID8510).
Occupancy control
Coverage area (h – 2.5 m) – small movements 4x5 m, large movements 6x8 m.
Parallel operation with the LRM2080.
Retractable shield to screen off areas like corridors
Daylight control
Yes
IR receiver
Yes
Configuration/commissioningSelector on the module for manual setting of the delay time, switch-off button and auto-calibration of
the reference light level.
Programming of other parameters by remote control.
10 pre-configured modes of operation (office, open space, hall, meeting room ...).
Power supply
230 V AC
Mounting
For recessed or surface-mounting with dedicated accessory (LRH2070)
Accessory cable for installation with Wieland connectors.
NotesFor optimal energy savings the window and corridor luminaires are controlled separately. Window-side
lights will switch off – or not switch on (the daylight override function) – when sufficient daylight is
available. The corridor side will, however, by default dim to minimum only.
The additional sensors (LRM8118) and interface (LCU2070) connect to the same DALI output of the
luminaire and draw current as if they were a driver.
The LED on the OccuSwitch DALI to indicate movement or communication will change color according
to the energy usage.
Product information
LRM2070/10 BASIC
OccuSwitch DALI unit in Basic version Two DALI outputs for
window and corridor luminaires (without commissioning).
LRM2080/10 ADVANCED
Advanced version of the OccuSwitch DALI, Up to 22 units can be
connected in parallel occupancy mode. Has one DALI output and
requires commissioning for window and corridor operation.
LRM2090/10 BMS
OccuSwitch DALI with DALI interface to link into a building management
system (BMS). Can be used with any DALI controller or gateway
compliant to the DALI standard.
Has one DALI output and requires commissioning for window and
corridor operation.
LCC2070/00 CABLE BASIC / LCC2080/00 CABLE ADV +
BMS
Extension cable with Wieland connectors (GST18 and BST14) for OccuSwitch
DALI basic LRM207x and advanced, DL & BMS (LRM208x 209x)
LCU2070/00 PBU / LCU2071/00 PBU OPT. 1
The LCU207x is connected to the DALI channel of the OccuSwitch
DALI and requires no additional power. It connects up to 4 contacts
for 3 functions (on/off/dim) for instance window/corridor or general/
blackboard light control. Refer to the datasheet for the functions of the
PBU in combination with the LRM2095.
LRH2070/00 SURFACE BOX
Ceiling box for surface mounting of the OccuSwitch DALI
(LRM207x, LRM208x, LRM209x).
For more information on accessories, see the Accessories section
at the end of this document.
Ordering data
Type Description
12NCEOC
LRM2070/10
OccuSwitch DALI Basic
9137 003 32904
732305 99
LRM2080/10
OccuSwitch DALI Advanced
9137 003 33004
732343 99
LRM2090/10
OccuSwitch DALI BMS
9137 003 33103
732367 99
LCC2070/00
OccuSwitch DALI Cable Basic
9137 003 33703
732480 99
LCC2080/00
OccuSwitch DALI Cable Advanced
9137 003 33803
732503 99
LCU2070/00
OccuSwitch DALI PBU
9137 003 35103
870268 00
LCU2071/00
OccuSwitch DALI PBU opt.1
9137 003 39303
870268 00
LRH2070/00
OccuSwitch DALI Surface Box
9137 003 33903
732527 99
OccuSwitch DALI BMS
The BMS version of OccuSwitch DALI is an innovative
solution for use in the field of building automation.
While maintaining the characteristics of a plug & play
system that works as a stand-alone, if necessary, this version
can be handled by a central automation system, BMS
(Building Management System). Functions like central on/
off emergency state and status reports (lamp/driver broken,
lights on/off) from OccuSwitch DALI to BMS are possible
with the DALI protocol.
OccuSwitch Wireless
Switching on savings for existing installations
It makes good economic sense to specify energy-saving
lighting controls in a new lighting installation. But what about
existing lighting installations? Can they be upgraded with
these devices? With the OccuSwitch Wireless family they
can.
OccuSwitch Wireless consists of a wireless sensor and
actuator (relay box) and is designed to save up to 30%
energy consumption simply by turning the lights off in
unoccupied areas.
OccuSwitch Wireless is designed for an area of between
20 and 25 m2 but the area can be expanded to 160 m2 by
adding more sensors. It is possible to link up to 10 sensors
and actuators per network, and because the sensor is
wireless, installation and mounting onto the ceiling or any
other location is quick and easy.
The actuator is connected to the mains wiring at any
convenient point in the ceiling, and a detachable wiring
connector enables easy installation. Separate Wieland and
CEE cables are available for even easier, faster and troublefree installation.
When to use
OccuSwitch Wireless is typically used in offices,
classrooms and general areas where there is considerable
incident natural daylight and/or in low-occupancy areas
like corridors and toilets. Ideal for retrofit applications
because no new wiring is needed.
Typical OccuSwitch Wireless installation in an open-plan office
up to
30%
energy
saving
Technical data
Technology
Mains switching
# controlled devices
Any type (switches main power)
Max. 10 devices in one network
Manual control
No
Occupancy control
Coverage area (h – 2.5 m) – small movements 4x5 m, large movements 6x8 m.
Retractable shield to screen off areas, e.g. corridors, adjacent to the area being controlled by the
OccuSwitch.
Daylight controlLights will automatically be switched off when sufficient daylight becomes available, and turned back on
when the light level drops below the required level.
IR receiver
No
Configuration/commissioning
Manual on the wireless unit: daylight override, timer
Power supply
230 V AC
Mounting
Surface mounted
Product information
LRA1750/00 WIRELESS UNIVERSAL ACTUATOR
The actuator switches up to 6A and is connected to the mains
wiring at a convenient place in the (corridor) ceiling. To be used in
combination with the LRM1763 sensor.
LRM1763/00 WIRELESS MOVDET + DO
The LRM1763 sensor is designed for an area of 20 to 25 m2, but the
area can be expanded to 160 m2 by adding additional sensors. To be
used in combination with the LRA1750 actuator. Range to actuator
up to 11 m.
LCC172x
Cable sets for OccuSwitch Wireless.
To be used when connectors or plugs are used in existing installation.
LCC1720 Wieland GST18
LCC1723 Normal (Schuko) plug/socket (CEE 7/4 )
LCC1727 Normal (French) plug/socket (CEE 7/5 )
Ordering data
Type Description
12NCEOC
LRA1750/00
WIRELESS UNIVERSAL ACTUATOR
9137 003 36103
905014 00
LRM1763/00
WIRELESS MOVDET + DO
9137 003 37103
898071 00
LCC1720/00
WIELAND CABLE
9137 003 37203
914009 00
LCC1723/00
ST PLUG CABLE MIDEUR
9137 003 37503
914023 00
LCC1727/00
ST PLUG E CABLE FRANCE
9137 003 39703
914047 00
ToBeTouched
Living color in professional applications
People working in busy offices, schools, shops, hospitality and healthcare
environments don’t have the time to work out how to operate the
lighting. That’s why Philips has taken the iconic design and user-friendliness
of the very successful LivingColors color ring and developed the
ToBeTouched range of intuitive user interfaces.
It brings the same style and ease of interaction that consumers already
enjoy with LivingColors to professional lighting applications. ToBeTouched
currently comprises four models, ranging from a simple on/off switch and
a version with dimming to a cool/warm-white controller and a full-color
model.
Assisting the user with light, sound and color feedback, these easy-toinstall interfaces make operating a lighting system easy – and fun!
When to use
Depending on the type ToBeTouched can be used in a wide variety of
applications, like hospitality, healthcare, retail, offices and classrooms.
Type
IR
DIM DALI
Technology
Infrared control
DALICompatible with the DMX512
DMX
standard
UID8530 uses 2 DMX addresses
(intensity & color or warm & cool)
UID8540 uses 3 DMX addresses
(RGB)
# controlled devices
Unlimited – max. distance ~7 m
Up to 18 DALI control gearsAccording to DMX512 specification
Manual control
Push-button for on / off, dim up / Touch-sensitive user interface for
Touch-sensitive user interface for
dim down, presets, blinds, HVAC manual control of the light intensity of
manual control of color or color t
and programming depending on the connected devices. Max 4 UIs in
emperature, saturation and intensity
the device it is controlling
parallel.
and for storing and recalling 2 scenes. Occupancy control
No
Connect up to 2 presence detectors No
– max. distance 300 m.
(LRM8118) to enable automatic
switch-off when an area is vacated
(fixed timeout 20 minutes)
Daylight control
No
No
No
IR receiver
No
No
No
Configuration/commissioning
Plug & play. Configuration is carried Plug & play, no need for configuration. out using dip switches.
Power supply
4 x AAA batteries
230 V ACPower Over Ethernet
Mounting
Wall-mounted or handheld
Mounted in wall box
Mounted in wall box
Notes
7 different channels to avoid Interface backlit touch-sensitive screen
Interface backlit touch-sensitive screen
interference with other UIs.
with audio feedback. with audio feedback.
Three caps (1/0, on/off and blank)
Backlight activated by proximity sensor. Backlight activated by proximity
available.
Two caps (1/0 and on/off) available. sensor.
Connect up to 4 UID8520 in parallel. Two caps (1/0 and on/off) available.
Plug & play, no need for configuration
(POE – UIA8550) not included
The illuminated ring shows possible color settings.
Product information
UID8510 TOBETOUCHED IR
The UID8510 IR user interface panel provides intuitive on/off and
dimming functionality for lighting control systems via the infrared RC5
protocol.
UID8520 TOBETOUCHED DIM DALI
The UID8520 DIM DALI offers a simple on/off as well as dimming
functionality by means of the DALI protocol.
UID8530 TOBETOUCHED CT DMX
The UID8530 user interface panel is designed for intuitive control of
color temperature variation on DMX lighting systems. Direct access to a
specific color point is provided via a backlit, touch sensitive ring.
UID8540 TOBETOUCHED COLOR DMX
The UID8540 user interface panel is designed for intuitive control of full
RGB color variation on DMX lighting systems. Direct access to a specific
color point is provided via a backlit, touch sensitive, RGB color selection
ring. In the Dynamic modes it is possible to visualize the variety of colors
or morphing between two colors.
UIA8550 TOBETOUCHED PSU
Power supply for use with the UID8530 CT DMX and UID8540
COLOR DMX.
The functionality depends on the product with which it is used.
Ordering data
Type Description
12NCEOC
UID8510/00
ToBeTouched UI IR
9137 003 35203
873467 00
UID8520/00
ToBeTouched UI DIM DALI
9137 003 35303
873481 00
UID8530/00
ToBeTouched UI CT DMX
9137 003 35403
873504 00
UID8540/00
ToBeTouched UI Color DMX
9137 003 35503
873528 00
UIA8550/00
ToBeTouched PSU
9137 003 38603
886832 00
Accessories
Completing your system
To be used with:
LCA8000/00 Cover ActiLume DALI
ActiLume DALI sensor
Cover for the ActiLume DALI sensor to obtain same outer dimensions
as the ActiLume MicroLuxSense.
LCA8001/00 Ring for Cover ActiLume
ActiLume sensors
Ring around the cover of the ActiLume sensors to fit in the micro-optics
of a luminaire.
LCA8002/00 / LCA8003/00 ActiLume clip TL5 / TL-D
ActiLume sensors
For easy mounting of a sensor to a lamp a metal clip is available which
can be used for all sensors of the ActiLume family.
LCA8004/00 Cover ActiLume extension sensor
Cover for the ActiLume luminaire based extension sensor (LRM8119)
to obtain the same outer dimensions as the ActiLume MicroLuxSense
and the ActiLume 1-10V sensor.
LCA8005/00 ActiLume mounting clip
ActiLume luminaire based
extension sensor
ActiLume Sensors
Ring around the cover of ActiLume sensors, for easy mounting e.g. into
the infill panel of a luminaire.
LRM8118/00 Extension sensor
Compact movement detector to be used to expand the detection
area for ActiLume DALI and OccuSwitch DALI solutions. The sensor is
connected to the DALI line from the controller (luminaire) and does not
require external power. Mounting height is between 2.5 and 3.5m
LRM8119/00 ActiLume movement extension sensor,
luminaire based
Compact luminaire based movement detector to be used to expand
the detection area for ActiLume DALI and OccuSwitch DALI solutions.
Mounting height is between 2.5 and 3.5 m.
ActiLume DALI
OccuSwitch DALI
ActiLume DALI
OccuSwitch DALI
To be used with:
IRT8010/00 Hand-held two-key transmitter
Hand-held two-key transmitter, for infrared control of various lighting
control systems. The lights can also be dimmed by pressing one of the
buttons for more than 0.5 seconds. The unit is supplied with batteries.
A wall holder is separately available. This transmitter is not designed to
be operated from the wall holder.
LRH8010/00 Wall holder
ActiLume DALI
OccuSwitch
OccuSwitch DALI
IRT8010
Wall holder for the IRT8010/00 hand-held two-key transmitter.
IRT8030/00 Four-preset hand-held transmitter
Four-preset hand-held transmitter, suitable for infrared control. It has 4 keys
for presets and one key for “all off ”. Keys for individual control and preset
programming are located under a hinged cover at the bottom of the
transmitter. The unit is supplied complete with wall holder and batteries.
IRT8050/00 Two-key infrared remote control
Two-key infrared remote control transmitter for wall mounting and tabletop use. The actual function of the two large keys can be selected with a
dip switch in the battery compartment. A dip switch is also used to select
the group address. Batteries are included.
IRT8097/00 Omniprog easy
ActiLume DALI
OccuSwitch DALI
ActiLume DALI
OccuSwitch
OccuSwitch DALI
OccuSwitch DALI
Simplified commissioning tool for OccuSwitch DALI, for light level
calibration, window/corridor programming and installation test.
IRT8098/00 Simple mode selection tool
ActiLume DALI
Simple mode selection tool for ActiLume DALI (mode 1 and mode 2
selection). Light set point calibrator, easy to use. Batteries are included.
IRT8099/10 Advanced mode selection tool
Easy to use and inexpensive commissioning tool to adjust the functionality,
perform an installation test and/or calibrate light levels. The functionality is
depending on the product it is used with. Batteries are included.
ActiLume DALI
OccuSwitch
OccuSwitch DALI
Accessories
Ordering data
Type Description
12NCEOC
LCA8000/00
COVER ACTILUME SET OF 100PCE
9137 003 38403
882803 00
LCA8001/00
RING FOR COVER SET OF 100PCE
9137 003 38303
882780 00
LCA8002/00
ACTIlLUME CLIP TL5 SET 50pce
9137 003 40803
952940 00
LCA8003/00
ActiLume clip TL-D set 50pce
9137 003 40903
952988 00
LCA8004/00
Cover ActiLume extension sensor
9137 003 43803
139386 00
LCA8005/00
ActiLume Mounting Clip 50pce
9137 003 48803
196242 00
LRM8118/00
ActiLume Extension sensor
9137 003 24703
730783 99
LRM8119/00
Luminaire Based extension sensor
9137 003 43703
139461 00
IRT8010/00
Hand-held two-key transmitter
9137 003 14203
517490 00
LRH8010/00 Wall holder
9137 003 16303
517971 99
IRT8030/00
Hand- / Wall transmitter
9137 003 14403
538185 00
IRT8050/00
Two-key wall transmitter
9137 003 10703
517070 00
IRT8097/00
OmniProg Easy
9137 003 34103
891409 00
IRT8099/10
OmniProg Standard
9137 003 34203
732565 99
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