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LTP-T0T1xxxxx-3Bx
LuxiTuneTM Generation 3.0 Tunable White 2000lm Light Engine
For halogen-style warm dimming and CCT Tuning
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Key Features
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LED light engine consisting of a multi-channel emitter + driver + TIR lens
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Beam angle options: 21 / 36 / 45
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Precisely tracks a short distance below the Black Body Locus
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Two modes of operation:
o
o
o
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Warm dimming mode: Warms from 3000K to below 1600K as it dims halogen-style
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CCT tuning mode: Tunes from 2100K to 4300K with independent brightness control
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Stable flux and CCT over operating temperature
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Accurate color rendition with CRI 90
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Single 2 SDCM CCT bin at 3000K
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70 lm/W light engine efficiency (emitter + driver + lens) at steady state (hot) use conditions
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Works with standard controllers for 0-10V, DMX-512A, DMX-RDM, DALI and BLE
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Driver design meets UL low voltage guidelines
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Lead (Pb) free and RoHS compliant
Typical Applications
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Down lighting
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Accent lighting
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Hospitality lighting
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Architectural lighting
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Track lighting
Description
TM
LuxiTune is the only tunable white light engine capable of simulating a halogen-style Warm Dimming and CCT
Tuning in the same product. LuxiTune delivers consistent and energy-efficient Lux-on-TargetTM directional lighting
for restaurants, entertainment, hotels and other hospitality lighting applications.
With a high color rendering index (CRI) throughout the dimming range, LuxiTune ensures accurate color rendition
at all intensity levels. Furthermore, emitter-to-emitter variations of less than 3 SDCM at maximum intensity
guarantee consistent light quality. LuxiTune, which is based on LED Engin’s proven LuxiGen™ emitter technology, is
available in three beam options - 21°/ 36°/ 46o, providing flexibility and freedom in lighting design.
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LuxiTune Ordering Part Number Options
Part Number
Description
Use the following to order a full kit, including daughter cards, where applicable
LZP LuxiTune 2000lm Gen 3.0, 0-10V kit - includes emitter, 0-10V driver board,
cable, Narrow Flood (21o) Lens and Holder
LZP LuxiTune 2000lm Gen 3.0, 0-10V kit - includes emitter, 0-10V driver board,
LTP-T0T13684H-3B1
cable, Flood (36o) Lens and Holder
LZP LuxiTune 2000lm Gen 3.0, 0-10V kit - includes emitter, 0-10V driver board,
LTP-T0T14584H-3B1
cable, Wide Flood (45o) Lens and Holder
LZP LuxiTune 2000lm Gen 3.0, DMX kit - includes emitter, 0-10V driver board,
LTP-T0T12184H-3B3
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DMX-512A daughter card, cable, Narrow Flood (21 ) Lens and Holder
LZP LuxiTune 2000lm Gen 3.0, DMX kit - includes emitter, 0-10V driver board,
LTP-T0T13684H-3B3
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DMX-512A daughter card, cable, Flood (36 ) Lens and Holder
LZP LuxiTune 2000lm Gen 3.0, DMX kit - includes emitter, 0-10V driver board,
LTP-T0T14584H-3B3
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DMX-512A daughter card, cable, Wide Flood (45 ) Lens and Holder
LZP LuxiTune 2000lm Gen 3.0, DALI kit - includes emitter, 0-10V driver board, DALI
LTP-T0T12184H-3B5
daughter card, cable, Narrow Flood (21o) Lens and Holder
LZP LuxiTune 2000lm Gen 3.0, DALI kit - includes emitter, 0-10V driver board, DALI
LTP-T0T13684H-3B5
daughter card, cable, Flood (36o) Lens and Holder
LZP LuxiTune 2000lm Gen 3.0, DALI kit - includes emitter, 0-10V driver board, DALI
LTP-T0T14584H-3B5
daughter card, cable, Wide Flood (45o) Lens and Holder
LZP LuxiTune 2000lm Gen 3.0, RDM kit - includes emitter, 0-10V driver board,
LTP-T0T12184H-3B7
DMX-RDM daughter card, cable, Narrow Flood (21o) Lens and Holder
LZP LuxiTune 2000lm Gen 3.0, RDM kit - includes emitter, 0-10V driver board,
LTP-T0T13684H-3B7
DMX-RDM daughter card, cable, Flood (36o) Lens and Holder
LZP LuxiTune 2000lm Gen 3.0, RDM kit - includes emitter, 0-10V driver board,
LTP-T0T14584H-3B7
DMX-RDM daughter card, cable, Wide Flood (45o) Lens and Holder
LZP LuxiTune 2000lm Gen 3.0, BLE kit - includes emitter, 0-10V driver board,
LTP-T0T12184H-3B8
Casambi BLE daughter card, cable, Narrow Flood (21o) Lens and Holder
LZP LuxiTune 2000lm Gen 3.0, BLE kit - includes emitter, 0-10V driver board,
LTP-T0T13684H-3B8
Casambi BLE daughter card, cable, Flood (36o) Lens and Holder
LZP LuxiTune 2000lm Gen 3.0, BLE kit - includes emitter, 0-10V driver board,
LTP-T0T14584H-3B8
Casambi BLE daughter card, cable, Wide Flood (45o) Lens and Holder
LTP-T0T10000H-3Bx LZP LuxiTune 2000lm Gen 3.0 kit, for ordering without TIR. No TIR secondary
optics included. “x” can be 1, 3, 5, 7 or 8.
LTP-T0T100000-3Bx LZP LuxiTune 2000lm Gen 3.0 kit, for ordering without TIR or cable. No TIR
secondary optics or cable included. “x” can be 1, 3, 5, 7 or 8.
Use the following to order a daughter card separately, one for each 0-10V kit
LTP-T0T12184H-3B1
LTB2-DMX1
DMX board
LTB4-DALI
DALI board
LTB6-RDM1
DMX-RDM daughter card
LTB8-BLE1
BLE mesh daughter card (Casambi )
Use the following if ordering TIRs separately with a LTP-T0T10000H-3Bx or LTP-T0T100000-3Bx kit
LLNF-4T11-H
Narrow Flood (21o) Lens and Holder
LLFL-6T11-H
Flood (36o) Lens and Holder
LLWF-6T11-H
Wide Flood (45o) Lens and Holder
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There is no option to purchase a standalone basic 0-10V driver board without purchasing a full kit ending in -3B1.
There is an option to purchase DMX 512A, DMX-RDM, DALI and BLE daughter cards separately, but without a basic
0-10V kit and the right firmware version, they will not function as intended.
There is an option to buy TIRs in holder separately, but please confirm the count when ordering to avoid double
counting TIRs as part of a kit and purchased separately.
A cable is provided with a full kit, except where specifically stated otherwise. LED Engin prefers that customers in
production with LuxiTune source their own cables with additional guidance from LED Engin. Please specify
carefully the part number and description when ordering with or without the cable.
LuxiTune Firmware
Firmware revisions that are supported with released product are as follows.
Revision
Released
Supported functionalities
V1.20
April 2015
All functionalities with 0-10V, DMX512A, DALI – initial release
ARD mode – initial release
Dimming to <2% - initial release
V1.31
November 2015
All functionalities with 0-10V, DMX512A, DALI
ARD mode - improvements
DMX-RDM - initial release
Smooth dimming to <1%– initial release
V1.60
October 2016
All functionalities with 0-10V, DMX512A, DALI, DMX-RDM
BLE (Casambi) – initial release
Dim to OFF standard for 0-10V – modification
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LuxiTune Chromaticity Bin @TC = 65oC; 100% intensity; 2 SDCM Single Bin
Bin coordinates are listed below in the table.
Figure 1: Single chromaticity bin plotted on excerpt from the CIE 1931 (2°) x-y chromaticity diagram.
Chromaticity Bin @TC = 65⁰C; 3000K, 100% intensity, 2 SDCM
Center point Cx
Center point Cy
Major axis a
Minor axis b
Rotation, ϕ
0.4329
0.3957
0.0063
0.0026
56.3
Chromaticity Bin @ TC = 15⁰–85⁰C; 3000K, 100% intensity, 3 SDCM
Center point Cx
Center point Cy
Major axis a
Minor axis b
Rotation, ϕ
0.4329
0.3957
0.0095
0.0040
56.5
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Operating Conditions
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Typical
Max
Unit
[1]
Vin
Iin
Pin
Pmin
44
48.0
1100
28
52.0
1200
[2]
38
0.5
V
mA
W
W
Thermal Resistance, Electrical
Rj-b, el
Input Voltage - Light Engine
Input Current (@48VDC)
Input Power
Standby Power
Thermal Resistance, Real
[3]
Rj-b, real
Tstg
TC, T0
Storage Temperature Range
[4, 5, 6]
Operating Temperature Range
[3]
-40
15
1.0
°C/W
1.3
°C/W
25
110
75, 85
°C
°C
Notes:
1.
Light Engine is defined as emitter + driver board + lens.
2.
The measured max power is 34W at 2700K, 85°C, 100% intensity.
3.
4.
Rj-b is the thermal resistance between the LED junction and the bottom of the MCPCB
The temperature measurement point on the MCPCB, TC is located next to the LED emitter and the other reference point, T0 is marked on the 0-10V driver
board. See figures 15 and 16. TC should not exceed 75°C and T0 should not exceed 85°C.
5.
LuxiTune is operational at below 15 °C, however there is risk of condensation and unit needs to be protected against moisture.
6.
If TC > 75°C, the unit goes into thermal protection mode. The luminous flux is reduced in steps of 10% per °C until it turns “off” at TC = 95°C. Once the
temperature drops to TC <65°C, the brightness will be fully restored.
Optical Characteristics
Parameters
[2]
[1]
Luminous Flux – Light Engine @3000K, 100% intensity
Luminous Flux[2] – Emitter only @3000K, 100% intensity
[1]
Symbol
Min
Typical
Max
Unit
ΦV
ΦV
1800
2000
2400
70
90
2100
lm
lm
lm/W
Min
Typical
Max
Unit
o
Efficiency – Light Engine @3000K, 100% intensity, TC=65 C, 48VDC
Color Rendering Index (CRI) @3000K, 100% intensity, TC=65oC
Ra
Warm Dimming Parameters
Symbol
Correlated Color Temperature @100% intensity
CCT
3000
K
Correlated Color Temperature @<1% intensity
CCT
1600
K
CCT Tuning Parameters
Symbol
Min
Typical
Luminous Flux[2] – Light Engine[1] @4300K, 100% intensity
Luminous Flux[2] – Light Engine[1] @2100K, 100% intensity
ΦV
ΦV
1660
1660
2000
1800
Max
Unit
lm
lm
Notes:
o
1.
Light Engine: Emitter + driver board + 34 secondary lens.
2.
Luminous flux performance guaranteed within published operating conditions. LED Engin maintains a tolerance of ± 10% on flux measurements.
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Beam Characteristics
Lens
Description
Part number
Narrow Flood
LLNF-4T11-H
Beam angle[1]
FWHM
(degrees)
21°
Flood
LLFL-6T11-H
36°
69°
3750
Wide Flood
LLWF-6T11-H
45°
96°
2500
Field angle[2]
(degrees)
49°
CBCP[3] 3000K;
full intensity
(cd)
7000
Notes:
1.
Beam angle is defined as the full width at 50% of the max intensity (FWHM).
2.
Field angle is defined as the full width at 10% of the max intensity.
3.
CBCP (Center Beam Candlepower) is on-axis luminous intensity measured in candela.
Typical Relative Intensity over Angle – TIR Optics
100%
LLNF-4T11-H
LLFL-6T11-H
LLWF-6T11-H
Relative Intensity
80%
60%
40%
20%
0%
-90°
-60°
-30°
0°
30°
Angle (degrees)
Figure 2: Typical relative intensity over angle
60°
90°
Average Lumen Maintenance Projections
Based on long-term reliability testing, LED Engin projects that LuxiTune will deliver, on average, 70% Lumen
Maintenance at >35,000 hours of operation at nominal operating conditions (Tc = 65oC, 48VDC, 100% intensity,
3000K).
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Typical Relative Spectral Power Distribution
3000K
1800K
4300K
Figure 3: Typical relative spectral power vs. wavelength
CCT Range in Warm Dimming Mode
0.46
0.44
Cy
0.42
0.40
0.38
0.36
Tuning curve
BBL
0.34
0.35
0.40
0.45
0.50
0.55
0.60
Cx
Figure 4: Typical CCT range in warm dim mode
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Relative Intensity vs. CCT in Warm Dimming Mode
Figure 5: Intensity vs. CCT dimming profile in warm dimming mode
CCT vs. Control Voltage in Warm Dimming Mode
3000
Default mode
2800
Dimmer learning
mode
CCT (K)
2600
2400
2200
2000
1800
1600
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Control voltage (V)
Figure 6: CCT vs. control voltage in warm dimming mode
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Relative Intensity vs. Control Voltage in Warm Dimming Mode
Default mode
Dimmer
learning mode
Figure 7: Intensity vs. control voltage in warm dimming mode
Notes:
LuxiTune driver has a linear response, i.e. it will produce linear output with linear dimmer and logarithmic output with logarithmic dimmer.
CCT Range in CCT Tuning Mode
0.46
0.44
0.42
0.40
0.38
0.36
Tuning curve
BBL
0.34
0.35
0.40
0.45
0.50
Figure 8: Typical CCT range in CCT tuning mode
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Relative Intensity vs. CCT in CCT Tuning Mode
120%
100%
Relative Intensity
80%
60%
40%
20%
0%
4400 4200 4000 3800 3600 3400 3200 3000 2800 2600 2400 2200 2000
CCT (K)
Figure 9: Relative Intensity vs. CCT in CCT tuning mode
CCT vs. Control Voltage in CCT Tuning Mode
4500
Default mode
4300
4100
Dimmer learning
mode
3900
3700
CCT (K)
3500
3300
3100
2900
2700
2500
2300
2100
1900
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
Control voltage (V)
Figure 10: CCT vs. control voltage in CCT tuning mode
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Relative Intensity vs. Control Voltage in CCT Tuning Mode
Default mode
Dimmer
learning mode
Figure 11: Relative intensity vs. control voltage in CCT tune mode
Notes:
LuxiTune driver has a linear response, i.e. it will produce linear output with linear dimmer and logarithmic output with loga rithmic dimmer.
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LuxiTune Light Engine – Without Secondary Lens
Mechanical Dimensions (mm)
LED Engin recommends that customers purchase the LuxiTune light engine with the supported secondary optics as
the optics is optimized for color mixing and efficiency. However, some luminaire manufacturers have their unique
secondary optics that they would like to use with LuxiTune. The following mechanical dimensions are provided as
a guidance.
See Note #2
Figure 12: Mechanical dimensions of LuxiTune light engine – without secondary lens
Notes
1.
2.
Unless otherwise noted, the tolerance = +/- 0.2mm.
Dotted line on reverse side of 0-10V driver board is suggested location of heat spreader. The PCB does not have actual dotted lines on its surface. Heat
spreader should keep clearance with solder pads. Refer to thermal section.
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LuxiTune Light Engine – With Secondary Lens
Mechanical Dimensions (mm)
The standard LuxiTune light engine is sold with supported secondary optics optimized for color mixing and
efficiency. The following mechanical dimensions are provided as a guidance for luminaire design.
See Note
#2
Figure 13: Mechanical dimensions of LuxiTune light engine – with secondary lens
Notes
1.
2.
Unless otherwise noted, the tolerance = +/- 0.2mm.
Suggested location of optional heat spreader for 0-10V driver in dotted lines. The PCB does not have actual dotted lines on its surface. Heat spreader
should keep clearance with solder pads. Refer to thermal section.
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Cable Assembly
Notes
1.
Length L can be any length up to 30in when customer is sourcing cable. Longer is not recommended. LED Engin supplied standard cable is 30in.
Figure 14: Schematic for cable connecting MCPCB and 0-10V driver board
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Lens Assembly Instructions
Do not touch emitter or lens surface with bare fingers during lens assembly.
Lens holder legs may be inserted into MCPCB mounting holes. An epoxy or polyurethane-based adhesive should be
used to adhere the lens holder to the MCPCB.
While there are many suitable adhesives, LED Engin recommends Dow Corning 3145 RTV.
Cyanoacrylate adhesives (superglue) must not be used, because they are known to cause lens contamination
effects due to “blooming” of the adhesive.
Lens Cleaning
For the removal of dust, use a lint-free soft cloth.
For the removal of stains, use a neutral detergent, i.e. dishwashing soap.
Do not use any solvents, abrasive liquids or abrasive fabrics because they may damage the optical grade lens
surfaces.
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Thermal and Mechanical Design Considerations
Heat Sink Thermal Resistance
Thermal design is critical for optimal performance of the LuxiTune engine, and it is important to choose a suitable
heat sink. Design attributes such as heat sink size and shape, active or passive cooling options, material, surface
finishes, and etc. need to be selected such that the thermal resistance of the heat sink is optimized for the specific
environment the fixture will be operating in.
The MCPCB thermal reference point referred to as Tc is marked in Fig. 16 and is used to control the performance of
the light engine. In the case of insufficient cooling, the light engine will be protected by the driver. The driver
continuously monitors the temperature of the emitter board and will reduce the power in steps of 10% per ⁰C
when the temperature Tc rises above 75⁰C. At a Tc of 95⁰C the light engine will be turned off.
The temperature at Tc is correlated to the junction temperature Tj of the dies in the emitter and is also an indicator
for thermal design. LED Engin recommends that the following thermal resistance values are met in the luminaire
design.
Tambient
(°C)
25
45
[1]
TC
(°C)
75[3]
[2]
Max. Pd
(W)
25.3
Tj
(°C)
111
0.8
55
Tambient
(°C)
25
45
[1]
TC
(°C)
65
[2]
Max. Pd
(W)
25.3
Tj
(°C)
101
55
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
Required minimum heat sink
Rth_(heatsink + TIM)
(°C/W)
2.0
1.2
Required minimum heat sink
Rth_(heatsink + TIM)
(°C/W)
1.6
0.8
0.4
Tambient is defined as the air temperature surrounding the heat sink. For example, if the heat sink is mounted inside an enclosed fixt ure, then Tambient is the
temperature of the air inside the fixture.
Pd is the thermal power dissipation. Max Pd is at highest CCT point.
Max TC recommended is 75C for LTP
Thermal Design Guidance
A good thermal design requires very good heat transfer from the LuxiTune MCPCB to the heat sink. In order to
minimize air gaps and contact resistance between the MCPCB and the heat sink, it is common practice to use
thermal interface materials (TIM) such as thermal pastes, thermal pads, phase change materials and thermal
epoxies. Each material has its pros and cons depending on the design. Thermal interface materials are most
efficient when the mating surfaces of the board and the heat sink are flat and smooth. Rough and uneven surfaces
may have gaps with higher thermal resistances, increasing the overall thermal resistance of this interface. It is
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critical that the thermal resistance of the interface is low, allowing for an efficient heat transfer to the heat sink
and keeping LuxiTune hybrid board temperatures low.
LED Engin recommends the use of the following thermal interface materials:
1.
Bergquist’s Gap Pad 5000S35, 0.020in thick
 Part Number: Gap Pad® 5000S35 0.020in/0.508mm
 Thickness: 0.020in/0.508mm
 Thermal conductivity: 5 W/m-K
 Continuous use max temperature: 200°C
 Using M3 Screw (or #4 screw), with polycarbonate or glass-filled nylon washer (#4) the
recommended torque range is: 20 to 25 in-oz (3.13 to 3.75 in-lbs or 0.35 to 0.42 N-m)
2.
3M’s Acrylic Interface Pad 5590H
 Part number: 5590H @ 0.5mm
 Thickness: 0.020in/0.508mm
 Thermal conductivity: 3 W/m-K
 Continuous use max temperature: 100°C
 Using M3 Screw (or #4 screw), with polycarbonate or glass-filled nylon washer (#4) the
recommended torque range is: 20 to 25 in-oz (3.13 to 3.75 in-lbs or 0.35 to 0.42 N-m)
The LuxiTune 0-10V driver board also has a temperature reference point T0 marked on it as shown in Fig 15. It is
recommended that the maximum value of T0 not exceed 85⁰C when the light engine is integrated into a fixture and
is in regular use. As designed and tested, the 0-10V driver board for the LTP 2000lm unit is recommended to be
used with a heat spreader to maintain T0 < 85⁰C in operation. The suggested location of the heat spreader is
shown in Figures 12 and 13, Note 2.
Figure 15: Temperature reference point T0 on 0-10V driver board
Notes
1.
Unless otherwise noted, the tolerance = +/- 0.2mm.
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Mechanical Mounting Considerations
The mounting of LuxiTune MCPCB is a critical process step. Excessive mechanical stress in the board can cause the
board to warp, which can lead to emitter substrate cracking and subsequent cracking of the LED dies. To relax
some of the stress, it is advisable to use polycarbonate or glass-filled nylon washers between the screw head and
the board and to follow the torque range listed above.
LED Engin recommends the following steps to avoid mechanically over-stressing the MCPCB:
1. Inspect hybrid board and heat sink for flatness and smoothness.
2. Select appropriate torque for mounting screws. Screw torque depends on the mounting method
(thermal interface materials, screws, and washer). Follow the torque range listed above.
3. Always use three M3 or #4-40 screws with #4 plastic washers.
4. When fastening the three screws, it is recommended to tighten the screws in multiple small
steps.
5. Always use plastic washers in combinations with the three screws. This helps maintain, roughly,
constant pressure on the board as the assembly heats up.
6. In designs with non-tapped holes using self-tapping screws, it is common practice to follow a
method of three turns tapping a hole clockwise, followed by half a turn anti-clockwise, until the
appropriate torque is reached.
Figure 16: Mounting screw holes in LuxiTune MCPCB
Notes
1.
Unless otherwise noted, the tolerance = +/- 0.2mm.
Thermal Feedback and Protection
The LuxiTune light engine has a closed loop thermal feedback mechanism which controls color stability such that
color coordinates are constant over the entire operating temperature range of 15°C - 75°C (TC = +15 … +75°C).
When the MCPCB temperature Tc exceeds 75oC (TC > 75oC), the LuxiTune emitter goes into thermal protection
mode. The light intensity is reduced in steps of 10% per oC until the emitter turns “off” when it reaches 95oC (Tc =
o
o
o
95 C). When the temperature drops again and reaches 65 C (TC <65 C), the light intensity is fully restored.
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Electrical Interfaces
Connectors
J8 - 7-pin connector is used for supply power, 0-10V dimming signals and automatic range dimmer option (see
page 24 for detailed instructions)
J7 - 3-pin connector is used for add-on card I/O interface (DMX/DALI/RDM)
J11 – Reserved for driver commission.
J10 - Emitter interface connector.
J6 & J9 – Add-on card interface (DMX/DALI/RDM/BLE)
Figure 17: Schematic of 0-10V driver board
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48VDC Power Supply Requirements
Class 2 power supply
Minimum Output Voltage: 44V
Maximum Output Voltage: 52V
Minimum Output Power: 48W
48VDC Power Supply Wiring
Connect 48VDC power supply Vout+ to LuxiTune connector J8, pin 2 (Vin+)
Connect 48VDC power supply Vout- to LuxiTune connector J8, pin 1 (GND)
LuxiTune must not be connected in reverse polarity, because reverse operation can cause permanent damage to
the drive circuitry.
See Fig 18 for actual wiring instructions and tables below for pin description.
J8 (Driver board layout item 4)
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Name
GND
Vcc
GND
DIM
CCT
GND
P1
Description
Common ground
44-52V, supply power
Common ground
Dimming 0-10V input.
CCT tuning 0-10V input.
Common ground
Programmable pin for control of the auto-range dimming (ARD)
J7 (Driver board layout item 3)
Pin
1
2
3
Name
GND
P2
P3
Description
Common ground
Configurable pin, D- for DMX or DA for DALI
Configurable pin, D+ for DMX or DA for DALI
J11 (Driver board layout item 5)
Pin
1
2
3
4
Name
Rx
Tx
+5V
GND
Description
Serial receive
Serial transmit
Supply voltage output
Common ground
J10 (Driver board layout item 2)
Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Name
GA
GK
RA
RK
WA
WK
NTC
GND
Description
LED Ch1 anode (+)
LED Ch1 cathode (-)
LED Ch2 anode (+)
LED Ch2 cathode (-)
LED Ch3 anode (+)
LED Ch3 cathode (-)
NTC thermistor connection
NTC thermistor return
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Recommended Power Supplies
Input Voltage
Manufacturer
Part Number
Maximum Output Power
90-305VAC
RSLP070-48
72W
90-264VAC
Roal
Mean Well
ELN-60-48
60W
90-264VAC
Mean Well
LPV-60-48
60W
90-305VAC
Mean Well
LPF-60-48
60W
90-264VAC
Cincon
CFM60S480
60W
90-264VAC
Philhong
PSA065-480-R
65W
85-264VAC
XP Power
VCS50US48
50W
85-264VAC
CUI Inc.
VOF-65-48
65W
0(1)-10V Wiring Diagram
Refer to J8 table in earlier section for pin description.
Figure 18: Wiring diagram for 0-10V dimming and CCT control
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Dimming and Tuning Control Functions
LuxiTune works with the following control inputs:
1. 0-10V
2. DMX512-A
3. DMX RDM
4. DALI
5. BLE
0-10V Control Functions
LuxiTune implementation of the 0-10V interface in non-isolated. The following are supported:
1. All 0-10V dimmers with either current sink (IEC60929) or current source configuration.
2. All 1-10V dimmers with either current sink (IEC60929) or current source configuration.
3. All 0-100K Ohm variable resistors.
Default Control Range:
There are 2 inputs for 0-10V, one for Dim and one for CCT. See wiring diagram in Fig 18 for connecting to the driver
board. As connected, the unit will self-detect whether it needs 1 handle (in WD mode, uses 1 x 0-10V for Dim) or 2
handles (in TW mode, uses 2 x 0-10V for Dim & CCT).
The units are programmed as Dim to off in the factory. The default input control range is 2V for <0.5%, 8V for 100%
and <2V for 0% (See figures 6 and 8). Dim to min, where the control range is 2V for <0.5%, 8V for 100% and <0.7V
for 0% is possible but not the default.
LuxiTune uses the 0-10V input for CCT to select between warm-dim and CCT tune modes. If the CCT input is
>11.5V, the unit switches to warm-dim mode (3000K at 100%). The built-in hysteresis requires <10.5V to switch
back to CCT tune mode.
Self-learning ARD Mode:
LuxiTune Automatic Range Dimming mode (ARD) allows the LuxiTune module to learn the actual voltage range of a
dimmer. In this mode, LuxiTune learns the minimum dimmer voltage between 0.7V and 2V and sets it to the
lowest light intensity level (~0.5% of max lumens) that the unit can be dimmed to. Similarly, it learns the maximum
dimmer voltage between 8V and 11V and sets it to the maximum intensity of light (max lumens). Down to 0.7V,
the light engine does not switch off, but stays at the lowest intensity level. Below 0.7V, the light will turn off.
Note:
The input voltage should not be larger than 11V. If slightly larger than 11 volt the unit will interpret the input signal incorrectly which can result in a non-standard
and delayed dimming response.
The following sequence will setup the ARD self-learning feature:
1.
Getting into the ARD learning mode: This can be done in 3 ways
a. Change the state of P1 when the units is off
b. Change the state of P1 when the unit is on
c. Briefly change the state of P1 when the unit is on. (>2sec and <5 sec)
The state of P1 can be changed by connecting or disconnecting P1 (J8, pin 7) to GND (pin 6).
The light engine will flash 3 times with an orange color indicating going into learning mode. The intelligent
driver will reset any previous learning and start from 2-8V learning any new DIM/CCT range.
If pushed by the dimming control if will move from the default 2-8V to the maximum 0.7-11V range.
2.
Learn dim range:
a. Adjust DIM controller to min/max settings. Fixture will follow and store DIM controller travel. (If the
controller stays between 2-8V or >11V (=open pins) then the defaults 2-8V range will be used)
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3.
4.
Learn CCT range:
a. Adjust CCT controller to min/max settings. Fixture will follow and store CCT controller travel. (If the
controller stays between 2-8V or >11V (=open pins) then the defaults 2-8V range will be used)
Getting out of ARD mode: (This can be done in 3 ways)
a. Power power-cycle the light engine(s).
b. Change the state of P1 when the unit is on
c. Briefly change the state of P1 when the unit is on. (>2sec and <5 sec)
The light engine will flash 3 times a green color indicating going out of the learning mode. The intelligent
driver will stop learning any new DIM/CCT range.
The light engine will now use the new range for DIM and CCT and remember it’s last P1 state so that it’s ready
to be put into the learning mode again if needed.
Notes
1.
2.
3.
When the power is turned “off” and “on” (power cycling) and no mode change has taken place, the emitter will not blink but will immediately begin
functioning and adjust to the set dimming level.
When a new/different dimmer is connected, the LuxiTune unit needs to be placed again into ARD learning mode again, so that it’s ready to learn the
voltage range of the new dimmer. (Start again from step 1)
The ARD sequence works in both Warm Dimming and CCT Tuning mode.
Compatible Dimmers & Controls
LuxiTune has been tested internally with these products and found to be compatible.
Common 0(1)-10V Dimmers
Supplier
Model
Log/Linear
Voltage Range
Lutron
Lutron
Lutron
Lutron
Lutron
Lutron
Leviton
Lightolier
Lightolier
Lightolier
Jung
Gira
Merten
Busch-Jaeger
Hunt
Pass & Seymour
Watt Stopper
Diva, DVTV (logarithmic)
Nova-T, NTFTV
Diva, NFTV
Grafik Eye -GRX-TVI with GRX3503
Energi Savr Node - QSN-4T16-S
TVM2 Module
IP710-DLX
V2000FAMU
ZP600FAM120
MP1500FAM120
240-10
0308 00
5729
2112U-101
PS-(LED)-010
CD4FB-W
DCLV1
Log
Log
Log
Log
Log
Log
Linear
Linear
Linear
Linear
Linear
Linear
Linear
Linear
Linear
Linear
Linear
0-10V
0-10V
0-10V
0-10V
0-10V
0-10V
0-10V
0-10V
0-10V
0-10V
1-10V
1-10V
1-10V
1-10V
0-10V
0-10V
0-10V
Notes:
1.
This table only lists a small subset of available dimmer. LuxiTune works with any 0-10V dimmer.
2.
Depending on the type of dimmer selected, make sure that its installation meets local electrical wiring standards. Observe electrical isolation requirements
with dimmers that connect to 220VAC/110VAC mains.
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DMX 512-A Control Functions
LuxiTune works with the following DMX 512-A control inputs:
DMX 512-A standardized digital lighting control protocol
DMX control units that do not follow USITT DMX512-A specifications, can cause unexpected behavior.
LuxiTune DMX input pin3 (D+), pin 2 (D-), pin 1 (GND) on the J7 expansion connector are non-isolated. DMX ground
is shared with the ground from the power supply. See Fig 19 and 20 for information on connecting DMX card to
the 0-10V driver board.
Figure 19: DMX 512-A daughter card
Figure 20: DMX 512-A card plugged in to 0-10V driver board
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DMX Control Options:
1. Warm dim mode: In this mode, LuxiTune warms as it dims. It uses only one DMX-channel.
2. CCT tuning mode: In this mode, LuxiTune CCT tunes on the black body curve. It uses two DMX-channels,
one for Brightness control and one for CCT tuning. I
Smoothing Options:
The smoothing option can provide a smoother response if there are large steps in the control signal. This could be
the case with DMX systems that only offer 100 steps instead of the standard 256 steps. This option can be set with
DMX address 06 and default value 30.
Commissioning via DMX Controls:
For customized settings of LuxiTune engine, a setup mode allows DMX controls to be used to put LuxiTune into
specific modes.
The following sequence puts LuxiTune in setup mode:
1. Connect the 0-10V CCT (pin5 of J8) to the GND (pin 3 or 6 of J8).
2. Disconnect Pin 4 (0-10V Brightness) from dimmer. Pin 4 should not be connected to anything (“open
pin”).
3. After 1 second the LuxiTune DMX input is ready to receive DMX data. (pin 3 (D+) and pin 2 (D-) of J2)
In setup mode, DMX addresses have the following functions:
Address Function
01
Base address low; Sets the DMX base address of a LuxiTune module. LuxiTune can only use DMX address
<1> to <64>.
02
NA; Reserved for future use. Use <0> as default
03
Code; Use <199>; Enables LuxiTune module to accept setup data
04
Code; Use <91>; Enables LuxiTune module to accept setup data
05
Mode; Select a mode of operation. (see control options table for current modes of operation)
06
Settings; Select value associated with a specific mode of operation. (see control options table for current
values)
Example:
Program the following settings into LuxiTune module:
a) DMX base address to <15>
b) CCT tuning mode, 4300K to 2100K with smoothing.
Enter the following data:
DMX 001
<15>
Address for the module (15 for brightness control and 16 for CCT tuning)
DMX 002
<0>
MSB, DMX 001 @0=1-255, @1=256-511
DMX 003
<199>
Code
DMX 004
<91>
Code
DMX 005
<16>
CCT tuning mode, 4300K to 2100K
DMX 006
<30>
Smoothing on at 30 (default value)
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DMX 512-A Control Options
DMX 001
DMX 002
DMX 003
DMX 004
DMX 005
DMX 006
(LSB)
(MSB)
(Code)
(Code)
(Mode)
(Setting 1)
001-511*
000-001
199
091
008
Function
(DMX channel function in operation)
Halogen dimming mode (4300-2100K)
000-255 DMX Smoothing (0=off, 1-255=on, 30=default)
Ch1 = Brightness with CCT change (0-255)
001-511*
000-001
199
091
Halogen dimming mode (3000-1600K)
009
000-255 DMX Smoothing (0=off, 1-255=on, 30=default)
Ch1 = Brightness with CCT change (0-255)
001-511*
000-001
199
091
(default) CCT tuning mode (4300-2100K)
016
000-255 DMX Smoothing (0=off, 1-255=on, 30=default)
Ch1 = Brightness (0-255)
Ch2 = CCT setting (0-255)
001-511*
000-001
199
091
CCT tuning mode (3000-1600K)
017
000-255 DMX Smoothing (0=off, 1-255=on, 30=default)
Ch1 = Brightness (0-255)
Ch2 = CCT setting (0-255)
001-511*
000-001
199
091
rev. CCT tuning mode (4300-2100K)
024
000-255 DMX Smoothing (0=off, 1-255=on, 30=default)
Ch1 = CCT setting (0-255)
Ch2 = Brightness (0-255)
001-511*
000-001
199
091
rev. CCT tuning mode (3000-1600K)
025
000-255 DMX Smoothing (0=off, 1-255=on, 30=default)
Ch1 = CCT setting (0-255)
Ch2 = Brightness (0-255)
001-511*
000-001
199
091
WW/CW tuning mode (4300-2100K)
032
000-255 DMX Smoothing (0=off, 1-255=on, 30=default)
Ch1 = WarmWhite (0-255)
Ch2 = CoolWhite (0-255)
001-511*
000-001
199
091
WW/CW tuning mode (3000-1600K)
033
000-255 DMX Smoothing (0=off, 1-255=on, 30=default)
Ch1 = WarmWhite (0-255)
Ch2 = CoolWhite (0-255)
001-511*
000-001
199
091
CW/WW tuning mode (4300-2100K)
040
000-255 DMX Smoothing (0=off, 1-255=on, 30=default)
Ch1 = CoolWhite (0-255)
Ch2 = WarmWhite (0-255)
001-511*
000-001
199
091
CW/WW tuning mode (3000-1600K)
041
000-255 DMX Smoothing (0=off, 1-255=on, 30=default)
Ch1 = CoolWhite (0-255)
Ch2 = WarmWhite (0-255)
* When DMX 002 = 0, then DMX 001= 1-255, if DMX 002= 1, then DMX 001= 256-511. (Basically 255+ the value of DMX 001 = DMX address)
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Common DMX Controllers
Supplier
Model
Nicolaudie
Enttec
Lutron
E-cue
Acuity
Pathway
Philips
ETC
Leviton
Cooper
Rako
STICK
DMX USB PRO, OPEN DMX
LUT-DMX, QSE-CI-DMX, GRX-CI-PRG
Glass Touch Series
Fresco
Pathport Uno 6154
Color Kinetics ColorDial, Lightolier Lytemode DMX
Mosaic
Remembrance
SCD96-NA, DMX Output Interface
RADMX
Notes
1.
The DMX control unit has to adhere closely to the USITT DMX512-A specification. Incorrect timing of the controller can cause unexpected response.
2.
Not all DMX controller user interfaces come with 2 separate handles set up for CCT and intensity, but most can be programmed to support CCT tuning and
warm dimming
DMX 512-A Wiring Diagram
Please be aware that our implementation of DMX is “grounded”. There is NO isolation between the DMX data
lines or the DMX ground nor is there electrical isolation on the DMX lines.
Figure 21: Wiring diagram for DMX control
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DMX-RDM Implementation
DMX-RDM supported is ANSI E1.20 - 2010 RDM, Remote Device Management Over USITT DMX512 Networks with
end of line termination as in spec. DMX-RDM option requires a daughter card that plugs into the 0-10V driver
board. DMX-RDM is isolated to 2.5KV. The control functions for DMX-RDM are the same as those of DMX-512A in
the sections above. The wiring diagram for the DMX-RDM daughter card is also the same as in Fig 21 for the DMX512A card, except that the DMX-RDM is isolated and the comment preceding Fig 21 on isolation does not apply.
Fig 22. DMX-RDM daughter card
Fig 23. DMX-RDM card connected to 0-10V driver board
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Notes:
1.
All dimensions in mm.
2.
Unless otherwise noted, all dimensions are typical values
Fig 24. Dimensions of 0-10V driver board with optional DMX-RDM card
Standard PID definition
Req
Get
Set
Disc_Unique_Branch
yes
yes
Disc_Mute
yes
yes
Disc_Un_Mute
yes
yes
Supported_Parameters
yes
yes
Parameter_Description
yes
yes
Device_Info
yes
yes
Software_Version_Label
yes
yes
DMX_Start_Address
yes
yes
yes
Identify_Device
yes
yes
yes
LED Engin PID Implementation
Device_Model_Description
yes
X3Ev3 ___ v_.__ yyyy-mm-dd
Manufacturer_Label
yes
LEDEngin Inc
Device_Label
yes
yes
LuxiTune
DMX_Personality
yes
yes
See table below for Personalities
DMX_Personality_Description
yes
See table below for Personalities
The following UID range is assigned to all LED Engin products, including LuxiTune. 075f:00000000 – 075f:xxxxxxxx
The following PIDs are supported by the DMX-RDM control interface for LuxiTune.
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Multiple DMX Personalities are supported in the LED Engin standard DMX-RDM implementations. See
table below for the complete list. The first 4 modes support Warm Dimming only. LuxiTune will default
to the following Personality: Tunable White 4300K SQ.
SQ refers to a square law for intensity control as it dims from 100-0%. The endpoints for intensity
square law profile are dame as the linear profile. CCT control is always linear.
Item
Personality
# of Slots
Slot 1 Handle
Slot 2 Handle
1
Warm Dimming 4300K SQ
1
Brightness
n.a.
2
Warm Dimming 3000K SQ
1
Brightness
n.a.
3
Warm Dimming 4300K
1
Brightness
n.a.
4
Warm Dimming 3000K
1
Brightness
n.a.
5
Tunable White 4300K SQ
2
CCT
Brightness
6
Tunable White 3000K SQ
2
CCT
Brightness
7
Tunable White 4300K
2
CCT
Brightness
8
Tunable White 3000K
2
CCT
Brightness
9
2
Brightness
CCT
2
Brightness
CCT
11
Tunable White R 4300K
SQ
Tunable White R 3000K
SQ
Tunable White R 4300K
2
Brightness
CCT
12
Tunable White R 3000K
2
Brightness
CCT
13
2
15
Warm Cool Group 4300K
SQ
Warm Cool Group 3000K
SQ
Warm Cool Group 4300K
16
Warm Cool Group 3000K
2
Brightness for
warm white
Brightness for
warm white
Brightness for
warm white
Brightness for
warm white
Brightness for
cool white
Brightness for
cool white
Brightness for
cool white
Brightness for
cool white
CCT tuning 2100-4300K, square law
response
CCT tuning 1900-3000K, square law
response
CCT tuning 2100-4300K, linear
response
CCT tuning 1900-3000K, linear
response
17
2
19
Cool Warm Group 4300K
SQ
Cool Warm Group 3000K
SQ
Cool Warm Group 4300K
20
Cool Warm Group 3000K
2
Brightness for
cool white
Brightness for
cool white
Brightness for
cool white
Brightness for
cool white
Brightness for
warm white
Brightness for
warm white
Brightness for
warm white
Brightness for
warm white
CCT tuning 2100-4300K, square law
response, handles reversed
CCT tuning 1900-3000K, square law
response, handles reversed
CCT tuning 2100-4300K, linear
response, handles reversed
CCT tuning 1900-3000K, linear
response, handles reversed
10
14
18
2
2
2
2
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Warm dim 1800-4300K, square law
response
Warm dim 1800-3000K, square law
response
Warm dim 1800-4300K, linear
response
Warm dim 1800-3000K, linear
response
CCT tuning 2100-4300K, square law
response
CCT tuning 1900-3000K, square law
response
CCT tuning 2100-4300K, linear
response
CCT tuning 1900-3000K, linear
response
CCT tuning 2100-4300K, square law
response, handles reversed
CCT tuning 1900-3000K, square law
response, handles reversed
CCT tuning 2100-4300K, linear
response, handles reversed
CCT tuning 1900-3000K, linear
response, handles reversed
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Common DMX RDM Controllers
Supplier
Model
Open Lighting Project
Acuity
Pathway Connect
DMXister
NXP
RDM test suite
Fresco
Pathport
DMXister test suite
NXP RDM SDK
Note:
Not all DMX RDM controller user interfaces come with 2 separate handles set up for CCT and intensity, but most can be program med to support CCT tuning and
warm dimming
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DALI Control Functions
The LuxiTune unit can be operating in two different modes:
- Halogen-style warm dimming mode, DALI device type 6 (DT6) compatible (Control gear 102)
- CCT tuning mode, DALI device type 8 (DT8) compatible (Control gear: 209 Color control)
To add DALI functionality to the motherboard first remove the power from the driver board and then place the
DALI extension board on connector J6 & 9 (dual Header). See Fig 25. This will connect the DALI control input to pin
2 (DA) and pin 3 (DA) of connector J7 on the motherboard. See Fig 27.
By default the unit will start up in warm dimming mode with base address 0, but when it receives a DT8 command
(dim warm/cool) it will switch to the CCT tuning mode. It cannot switch automatically back. Only a special DALI
command (SetTcPHY_coolest=0) or resetting the ARD function will set it back to the warm dimming mode. This
should not be done dynamically as there are only a limited amount of resets possible (10,000).
Figure 25: DALI daughter card
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Figure 26: DALI card plugged in to 0-10V driver board
DALI Wiring Diagram
Figure 27: Wiring diagram for DALI control
Common DALI Controllers
Supplier
Model (for CCT tune, DT8 compatible)
Lunatone
Hadler
Tridonic
LumiTech
DALI Switch, pn.86459793
DALI uP
DALI TouchPanel 02
HMI DALI Touchpanel DT8
Model (for dim to warm, standard DT6 compatible)
Leviton
Dali Controller On/Off, pn.CD250-C
Note:
Not all DALI controllers are available in the US, most are sold in Europe only.
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BLE Mesh & Casambi App Control Functions
LuxiTune Gen 3 light engine can be controlled wirelessly using a Bluetooth (BLE) daughter card, in
conjunction with the Casambi App for iOS and Android devices. The Casambi Bluetooth App can be
downloaded from the Apple store or Google Play store for iOS and Android devices. In case of Android
devices, we recommend using the higher end devices, since the BLE hardware in some low-end Android
devices are not as effective at signal detection over a large physical area, where the light fixtures might
be located.
https://casambi.com/downloads.html
The BLE card is FCC and CE certified as indicated on the label on the card.
LuxiTune uses two different color profiles that the Casambi interface recognizes (not to be confused
with 2 handles for CCT and intensity). The CCT range from 1800K to 3000K, which is for warm dimming
applications, is one of the profiles. The second profile is from 2100K to 4300K used for tunable white or
CCT tuning applications. The LuxiTune unit can be set up for either color profile since Casambi can
support one color profile at a time. The information below explains the setup for operating LuxiTune
Gen 3 with the BLE card and shows how to switch between supported color profiles.
BLE Daughter Card
Figure 28: BLE daughter card
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In order for LuxiTune to function with the Casambi wireless App, a Bluetooth (BLE) daughter card, shown
in Fig 28, must be connected to the 0-10V driver board. Align the double and single row of pins on the
BLE module (shown in Fig. 28) with the double row header (J9) and single row header (J6) on the
LuxiTune driver board (shown in Fig 17). Plug the BLE card so that the pins are pushed into the headers
as shown in Fig. 29 below.
Figure 29: BLE card plugged in to 0-10V driver board
Switching Color Profiles
The color profile for the luminaire using the LuxiTune BLE card will have to be pre-set by the luminaire
manufacturer at the factory. The end user of the luminaire is not expected to be able to switch between
profiles in the typical use scenario. The color profiles can be switched by using a jumper. By default,
there should be no jumper on the LuxiTune driver board and it should look like it does in Fig 17. Position
5 should be open on header J8. This sets LuxiTune to the default color profile of 1800K to 3000K, for
warm dimming.
To switch into the color profile for the tunable white range 2100K to 4300K, a jumper is required
between the pins on header J8 as shown in Fig. 30.
Removing the jumper, forces the color profile back to the default 1800K to 3000K range.
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Figure 30: Wiring diagram for switching color profiles
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Packaging & Traceability

Traceability is enabled by a QR code for tracking matching parts. The unique code consists of the following
characters, which can be either letters or numbers. See example below in Fig 28.
T004-xxxxxxxx 13 character QR code is an unique identifier for matched emitter board and 0-10V driver
board
T004
first 4 characters on 0-10V driver board & emitter MCPCB indicate standard tunable LTP
xxxxxxxx
last 8 characters indicate an unique product serial number (serial # 12 in -00000012)

The QR code on the matching driver and emitter boards is printed in text and barcode format as follows.
 Type: QR code 13 char, 16x16 dots, 4x4mm
 Code content example: example T004-00000012 refers to unit 12 of type T004
 QR code labels are printed twice for each unit – once on emitter MCPCB and once on 0-10V
driver board
 Primary label dimensions: 0.375”x0.375”
 Label type: high temperature resistant (polyimide based)
 Location and position of primary label: on the driver board (T004) and on the MCPCB (T004)
QR Codes for LTP start with T004
Fig 28. LuxiTune QR codes on matched pair

Packaging for the LuxiTune matched pair units is as follows
 Anti-static coated plastic carrier holds a single driver board/emitter board matched pair.
 Up to 8 plastic carriers are packed in an ESD bag, which then go inside a pizza box
 1st box/ Pizza box (14”x14”x2”) can fit 8 sets (2x4 arrangement; each set is 3” x 6.5” x 1”).
 Outer box/ Shipper box (15”x15”x15”) can fit 7 pizza boxes.
 Can fit 56 sets into shipper (outer box), depending on number of sets ordered.
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Fig 29. Plastic carrier for LuxiTune units

Daughter cards are typically packaged in ESD bags for smaller volumes
 Connector pins on daughter cards are protected by ESD foam
 ESD bags are shipped in standard shippers depending on quantity ordered

Anti-static coated plastic carrier with lid that can hold 44 DMX-RDM daughter cards is available for high
volume orders.
 Stackable trays
 Identification label with part number applied to a set of stacked trays


Fig 30: Tray for RDM card
Cables, when ordered, are shipped separately from the matched pairs. Cables can be used
interchangeably.
Any LTP compatible TIR optics ordered are also shipped separately from the matched pairs and be used
interchangeably
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Notes
UL
LuxiTune driver assembly meets UL guidelines for low voltage electronic circuit designs. Existing luminaire
products using LuxiTune have passed UL testing and are UL and cUL listed.
RoHS Compliance
LuxiTune products do not contain any restricted hazardous substances (RoHS) with levels above the threshold
limits permitted in accordance with EU Directive 2011/65/EU on the restriction of the use of certain hazardous
substances in electrical and electronic equipment. Declarations for this product can be obtained from your local
LED Engin representative.
Company Information
LED Engin, based in California’s Silicon Valley, develops, manufactures, and sells advanced LED emitters, optics and
light engines to create uncompromised lighting experiences for a wide range of entertainment, architectural,
general lighting and specialty applications. LuxiGen™ multi-die emitter and secondary lens combinations reliably
deliver industry-leading flux density, upwards of 5000 quality lumens to a target, in a wide spectrum of colors
including whites, tunable whites, multi-color and UV LEDs in a unique patented compact ceramic package. Our
LuxiTuneTM series of tunable white lighting modules leverage our LuxiGen emitters and lenses to deliver quality,
control, freedom and high density tunable white light solutions for a broad range of new recessed and
downlighting applications. The small size, yet remarkably powerful beam output and superior in-source color
mixing, allows for a previously unobtainable freedom of design wherever high-flux density, directional light is
required.
LED Engin is committed to providing products that conserve natural resources and reduce greenhouse emissions.
LED Engin reserves the right to make changes to improve performance without notice.
Please contact sales@ledengin.com or +1 408 922-7200 for more information.
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