Technical application guide OPTOTRONIC® LED drivers

Technical application guide OPTOTRONIC® LED drivers
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Technical application guide
OPTOTRONIC® LED drivers
for indoor application
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OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | Contents
Contents
1 Features and segmentation
2 Flexible current setting via LEDset (OTi DALI and OTi)
3 DALI dimming curves (power consumption depending on dimming level)
4 Touch DIM ® and corridor function for OPTOTRONIC ® DALI
5 Matching of LED module and LED driver in constant-current systems
6 The OSRAM Matchmaker – LED modules and system compatibilities
7 Planning, installation and operation
8 Insulation types
9 Dimming principles
10 Ripple current and light “fl ickering” (modulation)
11 Emergency lighting with central and local battery systems
12 Abnormal conditions
13 Installation notes
14 Standards for LED drivers, LED modules and LED luminaires
Please note:
All information in this guide 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 guide. This technical application guide
is for information purposes only and aims to support you in
tackling the challenges and taking full advantage of all
opportunities the technology has to offer. Please note that
this guide is based on own measurements, tests, specific
parameters and assumptions. Individual applications may
not be covered and need different handling. Responsibility
and testing obligations remain with the luminaire manufacturer/OEM/application planner.
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1 Features and segmentation
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OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | 1 Features and segmentation
Features
Becoming as popular as fluorescent ECGs, HID ECGs or
electronic transformers, LED drivers fulfill similar requirements for highly efficient and reliable illumination in shops,
offices and industrial areas.
Hybrid dimming
Integral current value
(PWM with ~ 500 Hz)
Output current [%]
Typical required features of LED drivers are:
— CLO (Constant Lumen Output) function
To ensure a constant light level over the lifetime of
the LED luminaire and to extend the LED lifetime.
— DALI interface
For intelligent integration into building management
systems.
— Touch DIM ® function
Simple and cost-efficient interface for smaller lighting
installations.
— Permitted switching cycles
OPTOTRONIC ® DALI LED drivers and OSRAM LED
modules are specified for a minimum of 100 000 switching cycles. When switching 50 times a day, a minimum
of 5 years of reliable operation is possible.
— EL sign
Reliable operation in emergency installations in luminaires according to EN 605982-2-22 with central or
group batteries.
— Low ripple
High light quality and camera-proof light.
— Industry driver
For reliable long-term operation in industrial areas.
— Window driver
— Large operating window to reduce number of LED
driver types in luminaire manufacturing and maintenance.
— To enable operation of various LED configurations
from different LED manufacturers.
— Future-proof drivers for new LED generations.
— Output current settable via LEDset, resistor or
Tuner4TRONIC® (software) and DALI magic (hardware).
— LEDset
Standardized interface for correct current setting of window drivers.
— Hybrid dimming
Amplitude dimming (between 100 and 30 % of the luminous flux) for high energy efficiency and PWM dimming
(between 30 and 1 % of the luminous flux) for same light
and light color even at lower dimming levels.
50
0
100
Amplitude
modulation
~ 30
PWM
1
Dimming level [%]
OTi DALI operating range (non-isolated)
OTi DALI 60/220-240/550 D LT2 L
OTi DALI 90/220-240/1A0 LT2 L
Voltage [V]
250
200
150
100
50
0
200
400
600
800
1000
Current [mA]
CLO
DALI
CORRIDOR
FUNCTION
TOUCH DIM
SMART
GRID
SENSOR
EL
5
Year
OSRAM
Guarantee*
OPTOTRONIC ® Intelligent (OTi) DALI driver
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Segmentation
OSRAM offers two main families of LED drivers:
OPTOTRONIC ® Linear and OPTOTRONIC® Compact.
Main characteristics of OPTOTRONIC ® Linear
LED drivers
— All housings with a cross section of 30 x 21 mm
— Fully programmable and digital platform with
OPTOTRONIC ® Intelligent DALI window drivers
— 3 ON/OFF product families: OPTOTRONIC® Intelligent
window drivers, OPTOTRONIC® FIT with 3 current
settings, OPTOTRONIC® FIT with fixed output currents
— SELV and non-isolated versions: many possible combinations with LED modules
OPTOTRONIC® Linear driver portfolio
OTi
DALI
OTi
DALI
OT
FIT
OTi
OT
FIT
Dimmable (DALI):
Dimmable (DALI):
Non-dimmable:
Non-dimmable:
Non-dimmable:
OPTOTRONIC®
OPTOTRONIC®
OPTOTRONIC®
OPTOTRONIC® FIT
OPTOTRONIC® FIT
Intelligent
Intelligent
Intelligent
Three currents
Fixed output
Window driver
Window driver
Window driver
settable
(non-isolated)
(SELV)
(non-isolated)
(non-isolated)
(SELV)
1%
1%
Dimming
Comfort dimming AM+PWM
Lowest dimming level
DALI DT6
Touch DIM®/Touch DIM® Sensor
Corridor function
DC operation
Emergency lighting*
Fixed DC level
(on/off by current
modulation)
Adjustable DC level
(by software)
(by software)
(by software and/or
(by software and/or
LEDset resistor)
LEDset resistor)
Output current
Adjustable
(by LEDset resistor)
(CS)
Current tolerances [%]
≤ 5**
≤5
≤5
≤ 20
≤ 10
Ripple at 100 Hz [%]
<1
< 10
< 10
<7
< 10
up to 91 %
up to 92 %
up to 92 %
up to 87 %
up to 90 %
Stand-by losses [W]
< 0.5
< 0.3
Input voltage range [V]
220-240
220-240
220-240
220-240
220-240
Min. number of switching cycles
150000
150000
150000
150000
150000
Lifetime [h]***
100000
100000
100000
100000
100000
Ta range [°C]
-25…+50
-25…+50
-25…+50
-25…+50
-25…+50
Suitable for luminaire class****
I
I
I
I
I
Functions and performances
Overtemperature protection
Energy efficiency
CLO
* According to IEC 61347-2-13
AM = Amplitude Modulation
** Version with < 2 % available soon
PWM = Pulse Width Modulation
*** Operation at max. Tc -10 K, maximum failure rate of 10 %
DT6 = DALI Device Type 6
**** Special permission for class II luminaires possible on request
CS = Current Setting
CLO = Constant Lumen Output
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Main characteristics of OPTOTRONIC ® Compact
LED drivers
— OPTOTRONIC ® ECO Phase Cut for dimming with
trailing- and leading-edge phase-cut dimmers
— Many possible combinations with LED modules
— 1 fully programmable and digital platform with
OPTOTRONIC ® Intelligent DALI
— 2 ON/OFF product families: OPTOTRONIC® FIT and
OPTOTRONIC ® ECO with 3 current settings
OPTOTRONIC® Compact driver portfolio
OT
FIT
OTi
DALI
OTe
OTe
Dimmable (DALI):
Three currents
Three currents
OPTOTRONIC®
settable:
settable:
OPTOTRONIC® ECO
Intelligent DALI
OPTOTRONIC® FIT
OPTOTRONIC® ECO
Phase Cut
Dimmable (PC):
Dimming
Comfort dimming AM+PWM
Lowest dimming level
AM+PWM
AM
1%
10 %
DALI DT6
Type of dimming
Trailing- or leadingedge phase control
Touch DIM®
Corridor function
DC operation
Emergency lighting*
Fixed DC level
Adjustable DC level
(by software)
Adjustable output current
(by software and/or
(CS)
(CS)
LEDset resistor)
Current tolerances [%]
5
10
5
10
Ripple at 100 Hz [%]
<2
<5
< 20…< 30
< 25…< 35
220-240
Functions and performances
Overtemperature protection
Hot plug-in
CLO
Stand-by losses [W]
< 0.5
Input voltage range [V]
220-240
220-240
220-240
Min. number of switching cycles
150000
150000
100000
100000
Lifetime [h]**
100000
100000
50000
50000
Ta range [°C]
-20…+50
-25…+50
-20…+50
-20…+50
Suitable for luminaire class
I + II
I + II
I + II
I + II
* According to IEC 61347-2-13
** Operation at max. Tc -10 K, maximum failure rate of 10 %
AM = Amplitude Modulation
PWM = Pulse Width Modulation
DT6 = DALI Device Type 6
CS = Current Setting
CLO = Constant Lumen Output
CABLE CLAMP
B-Style TL
OPTOTRONIC ® Compact indoor drivers from OSRAM can
easily be retrofitted with suitable cable clamps, if required.
This way, in case an independent installation is required,
the same driver can be used with the additional cable
clamp. For through-wiring, the TL version is available.
CABLE CLAMP
CABLE CLAMP
B-Style
D-Style
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Current setting via LEDset interface
LEDset interface
OTi DALI and OTi window drivers offer the adjustment of
the LED module current in small current steps. Therefore,
easy adjustment of the required LED module current is
done via an external resistor (Rset).
Flexible current setting via LEDset mode (resistor)
There are three options to place the resistor:
Option 1: Typically between LEDset and LEDset-aux
The LEDset interface is a standardized LED module
interface for setting the right maximum output current or
establishing an easy and low-cost temperature protection
for the connected LED modules.
Option 2: Alternatively between LEDset and LED-;
LEDset-aux and LED- are connected/one potential
Today, this interface is used by the majority of European
manufacturers of LED drivers. The benefits of a common
LEDset interface are:
1. Very easy adjustment of LED modules to LED
window drivers
2. Plug & play current setting of LED modules
3. Same resistors/resistor values used across vendors
4. Standardized, future-proof solution
Rset
Rset
Option 3: On the LED module
Luminaire 1
OSRAM indoor LED driver
N
L
N
L
DA
DA
LED+
LEDset is based on a 3-wire connection between the LED
driver and one or more LED modules. Only one additional
wire, besides the two LED current supply wires, is used for
transferring information from the LED module(s) to the LED
driver, provided the Rset is mounted on the LED module.
Alternatively, a standard resistor can be put directly into the
driver’s LEDset input connector.
LED-
LEDset
LEDset gives the possibility to manually set the LED
current of LED window drivers without the need for additional programming. This multi-vendor interface is suitable
for LED modules connected in parallel or series.
Rset
LED module
Resistor on the LED module
Luminaire 2
Luminaire 3
OSRAM indoor LED driver
OSRAM indoor LED driver
DA
LED module
DA
LED+
LED-
Rset
Rset
LED module
LEDset
L
N
DA
DA
LED+
LED-
LEDset
Rset
Rset
LED module
LED module
OSRAM indoor LED driver connected to LED modules in parallel or in series
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Rset [Ω] = (5 V/Iout [A]) x 1000
The output current Iout, selected via the Rset resistor and
within the valid LEDset range, must match the driving current of the LED components in the module and the nominal
current range of the used LED driver. In the above condition, the maximum nominal LED driver current Iout_max is set
by the minimum Rset value (Rset_min = 5 V/Imax x 1000) and the
minimum nominal LED driver current Iout_min is set by the
maximum Rset value (Rset_max = 5 V/Imin x 1000). The interface
behavior follows the table below.
LEDset characteristics
Interface behaviors
The LEDset interface works with a 5 V constant-voltage
source within the LED driver. The LEDset interface measures the current that flows from the 5 V constant-voltage
source through the Rset resistor(s).
Therefore, the correct LEDset resistor value can be
calculated by the following formula:
lout vs. Rset
Iout [mA]
10000
9000
R set selection
I out
R set < R set_min
For Iout behavior, see product datasheet
R set_min < Rset < R set_max
Iout [A] = 5 V x 1000
Rset [Ω]
R set > R set_max
For Iout behavior, see product datasheet
8000
7000
6000
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
100
1000 Rmin
Rmax 10000
100000
Rset [Ω]
The figure above shows the standardized Iout /Rset curve.
Rmin and Rmax depend on the individual LED window driver.
In case that there is no Rset connected (Rset > Rset_max ),
the factory default current is typically 50 % of the minimum
nominal current. As soon as the LED driver detects a resistor, the output current is adjusted according to the LEDset
resistor coding.
The OSRAM Rset calculator, which is integrated into the
OSRAM Matchmaker for LED module/LED driver combinations, helps you to find the correct resistor values. For more
details, please see the chapter “The OSRAM Matchmaker –
LED modules and system compatibilities”.
The OSRAM Matchmaker shows the output current and the corresponding Rset value
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Ready-to-use resistors are available from electronics
distributors as well as BJB. For non-isolated LED window
drivers, the terminals of Rset are connected to mains,
therefore an additional isolation is required.
Isolated resistor from BJB for non-isolated drivers
Current setting via programmable interface (Tuner4TRONIC®)
In the Tuner4TRONIC® software, the programming of the
current is called “Fixed current mode”.
Fixed current mode (via programmable interface)
For OTi DALI LED drivers where additional parameter settings such as the CLO function are to be programmed, current setting is done via a programmable interface to reduce
luminaire manufacturing time.
To use the fixed current mode, it has to be selected in the
Tuner4TRONIC® software. The minimum and maximum rated output currents are displayed according to the selected
LED driver. The output current of the LED driver can be
set by changing the value in the “Operating Current” field.
Current setting is only possible within the specified current
range.
Default current setting mode (ex factory)
Window driver (ex factory):
As soon as the LED driver detects a resistor, the output
current is adjusted according to the LEDset resistor coding.
When the window driver has been programmed in the fixed
current mode, the LEDset mode remains disabled even if a
resistor is connected.
Fixed current mode adjustment/LEDset mode disabled
For further details, please refer to the LEDset
application guide, which can be downloaded at
www.osram.com/ledset.
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DALI dimming curves
IEC 62386 defines the dimming range of a DALI controller
from 0.1 to 100 %.
The dependance of the relative luminous flux X (n) on
the digital 8-bit DALI value n is described by the following
correlation:
-1
%
.8 %
This results in the following graphical association:
— Logarithmic curve (factory setting) used for standard
applications (e.g. daylight control)
— LED drivers according to IEC 62386-207 and other
drivers such as OTi DALI additionally provide a linear
dimming curve, which is only used in special cases,
particularly for easier adjustment of RGB colors in RGB
dimming applications
Switching between the curves is possible with
Tuner4TRONIC®, DALI Wizard or other tools.
Logarithmic and linear DALI dimming curve
Arc power [%]
Linear 1…100 %
Logarithmic DALI
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
Short overview of the most important DALI dimming
values
Luminous fl ux [%]
Logarithmic
Linear
0
0
0
0.1
1
–
0.5
60
1
1.0
85
3
3
126
8
5
144
13
10
170
26
20
195
51
30
210
76
40
220
102
50
229
127
60
235
153
70
241
178
80
246
203
90
250
229
100
254
254
The arc power means the relative wattage to the LED
module and, in first estimation, the relative luminous flux.
In principle, the DALI standard defines 0.1 % as the lowest
relative luminous flux, which corresponds to the relative
DALI value 1. Not all DALI drivers start at 0.1 % of the relative luminous flux. For many drivers, the smallest value is
1 %, which corresponds to DALI value 85. For each driver,
the smallest light output level is the minimum physical level.
A light output level lower than the minimum physical level
but greater than 0 is interpreted as the smallest light output
level. To ensure that the transitions from one digital level to
the next are not visible, OSRAM DALI drivers feature digital
“smoothing”. This is an additional function of OTi and QTi
drivers for increasing lighting comfort and is not part of the
DALI standard.
20
10
0
50
100
150
200
250
DALI value
System energy consumption and dimmer setting
Because there is a largely linear relationship between the
power consumption of the DALI/DIM systems (LED module
and driver) and the dimmer setting, the power consumption
PN(d) can be calculated for each dimmer setting d (in
percent) based on the values PN100% (100 % of nominal
power, PN = Power Nominal) and PN1% (1 % of nominal
power):
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Linear correlation: Dimming level and system power
consumption
Constant lumen programming graph
(operating time = 10 kh)
System power consumption [%]
100
Output level [%]
100
80
90
80
50
70
60
50
3–4
40
1
100
30
Dimming level (luminous flux) [%]
20
10
Dimming range and lowest dimming level of a DALI
LED driver
For the permitted dimming range and the lowest dimming
level of a DALI LED driver, please refer to the corresponding
product datasheets.
CLO (Constant Lumen Output) function
The CLO function can be used to compensate the lumen
decrease over the lifetime of the LED. To achieve a constant light output of the LED module, the LED driver can
store the operating hours of the LED module and increase
the output current to react on the light output drop. The
benefits are:
— Energy and cost savings
— Longer lifetime of the LED module
— Same light output und same light color over the lifetime
of the luminaire
— Better maintenance due to group change of LED modules
To set this feature according to the applied LED module,
the Tuner4TRONIC® software can be used, for example, as
shown in the figures below.
Constant lumen programming table
0
0
25
50
75
100
Burning hours [h]
The output levels have to be monotonically increasing from
the beginning.
Warning: The output level is indicated as a red number
if the level is set higher than 100 %. In this case, the reliability and safety of the module needs to be checked if the
nominal operating current is exceeded. It is not possible to
achieve a higher output current than the maximum nominal
output current of the LED driver.
Lamp operating counter
The LED driver monitors the operating hours of the connected LED module. Operating hours are only counted
when the LED module is powered. The lamp operating
time also has an influence on the CLO function. It can be
set using the Tuner4TRONIC® software as shown in the
figure below.
(Lamp) Operating time
(Lamp) Operating time
For more details, see the Tuner4TRONIC® manual.
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Touch DIM ® – light dimming with standard
push-buttons
Touch DIM® operation is the effective way to adjust the
lighting in smaller installations without a DALI controller.
You just need to connect simple push-buttons to the DALI
drivers in order to enable light dimming with an adjustable
memory function.
— Touch DIM ® mode 1* (default mode): The switch-on
value is always the last dimming level before the light
was switched off. After a mains voltage interruption,
you get the same light level like before.
— Touch DIM ® mode 2: The switch-on value is stored
by double-clicking. After a mains voltage interruption as
well, the DALI drivers dim to the stored light value. This
means, after a short press of the push-button, the DALI
drivers dim to this stored light value.
TOUCH DIM
Touch DIM ® operation
— Switch the light on/off: Short press (< 0.5 s)
— Dim the light: Long press (> 0.5 s), the dimming direction
is changed with each press
— Store the reference value: Double-click (press twice
within 0.4 s) when the light is on
— Delete reference value: Double-click when the light is off
Note: Long press when the light is off: The lamp is
switched on at the minimum dimmer setting and faded
up until the switch is released.
®
Operating modes of Touch DIM function
OSRAM OTi DALI LED drivers offer 2 operating modes for
Touch DIM® operation. They differ in terms of switch-on
behavior.
Switching between modes 1 and 2
Touch DIM® mode 1 is activated by double-clicking when
the light is switched off. You can switch to mode 2 by
double-clicking when the light is switched on.
* Note:
Because of the different behaviors of QUICKTRONIC®
QTi DALI and OPTOTRONIC® OTi DALI, do not mix these
devices in luminaires controlled by the same switch.
Touch DIM® settings including controls and operating
modes can be easily customized with the software DALI
Wizard or Tuner4TRONIC®.
Touch DIM ® installations for max. 20 DALI drivers
and up to 25 m cable length
By just using simple standard push-buttons, i.e. without
additional DALI controllers, the Touch DIM® function allows
the dimming of up to 20 drivers with a total open DALI
cable length of up to 25 m.
OPTOTRONIC ® Intelligent DALI (< 25 m cable length)
Max. 25 m for open DALI cables
L1
N
PE
DALI driver
Dimmable 1…100 %
Commercially available
push-buttons
Pushbutton
Pushbutton
The total length of all wire connections must not exceed 25 m.
For lengths of more than 25 m, please use a DALI repeater.
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Touch DIM ® installations for more than 25 m cable
length with DALI repeater
For reliable synchronous dimming in Touch DIM® operation
even with an open DALI wire length of more than 25 m,
OSRAM recommends the use of a DALI repeater. With a
DALI repeater, reliable synchronous dimming is even possible for larger distances and a large number of DALI drivers.
On the output side of the DALI repeater, DALI commands
are sent to the individual DALI drivers. Due to the fact that
these DALI commands go to all connected DALI drivers, all
DALI drivers behave the same.
OSRAM offers 2 types of DALI repeaters:
— DALI REPEATER LI – version for luminaire integration
— DALI REPEATER SO – snap-on version with stand-by
switch-off possibility
DALI REPEATER LI for luminaire integration
300 m
Up to 64 DALI drivers
100 m
Pushbutton
300 m
300 m
With the DALI REPEATER LI, up to 64 DALI drivers or
additional DALI repeaters can be connected, allowing for
larger DALI installations. All DALI drivers behave the same.
Several push-buttons can be connected in parallel on the
input side. The maximum permitted cable length is 100 m.
Up to 64 DALI drivers
DALI REPEATER SO with stand-by switch-off possibility
230 V
Pushbutton
Up to 64 DALI drivers*
Æ Stand-by consumption is automatically switched off
* External relay necessary for more than three DALI drivers
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The benefit of the snap-on version DALI REPEATER SO
is the possibility to switch off the stand-by losses in DALI
installations with few burning hours and long stand-by
times. Especially in larger DALI installations, this has a
positive impact on the consumed energy in kWh.
Touch DIM ® Sensor – effective daylight and presence
detection
Touch DIM ® Sensor operation
— Adjust lighting level: Long press when light is on
— Set lighting level: Double-press when light is on at
desired level
Presence detection: In order to improve energy saving, the
light is switched off, if nobody is present, after an adjustable
delay time (using Tuner4TRONIC ® or DALI Wizard).
Operating mode with Touch DIM ® Sensor
Touch DIM® Sensor operation is a special “control” mode
(not mode 1 or 2 of the pure Touch DIM® operation without
sensor).
TOUCH DIM
SENSOR
The optional Touch DIM® Sensor enhances the Touch DIM®
function with daylight harvesting and presence detection,
which is fully customizable by the user.
Daylight harvesting: The user can simply set the desired
lighting level with a push-button. The more natural light is
available, the less artificial light will be added.
Note: For detailed instructions, please refer to the
Touch DIM® Sensor user manual.
With 1 Touch DIM® Sensor, up to 4 DALI drivers can be
controlled.
Daylight- and presence-dependent control with Touch DIM ® Sensor
L3
L2
L1
N
PE
Pushbutton
Touch DIM ®
Sensor
T PE N L1 L2 L3
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Behavior of DALI LED drivers after a mains voltage
interruption in Touch DIM ® Sensor mode
The light always switches on. If no motion is detected,
the light switches off after 15 minutes.
Especially after a mains voltage interruption, there are differences in Touch DIM® Sensor operation of QTi DALI GII
ECGs and OTi DALI drivers:
— OPTOTRONIC ® Intelligent (OTi) DALI drivers always
switch on the connected LED load and start the control
mode again.
— QUICKTRONIC® Intelligent (QTi) DALI GII ECGs, however, continue with the last DALI value before the mains
voltage interruption (if mains output level = 255).
This means in consequence for mains output level = 255:
switch-on of OTi DALI luminaires after a mains voltage
interruption and no switch-on of QTi DALI GII luminaires.
Touch DIM® Sensor settings including controls and operating modes can be easily customized with the software
DALI Wizard or Tuner4TRONIC®.
Corridor function – easy time-based lighting profi les
for up to 20 DALI drivers
CORRIDOR
FUNCTION
The corridor functionality offers the possibility to light up
rooms automatically using standard push-buttons or
presence detection sensors (PIR). It is possible to define a
time-based lighting profile with up to three different levels,
which are fully customizable with the software DALI Wizard
or Tuner4TRONIC®.
Corridor function phasing (general and factory setting)
General curve:
Factory setting:
Light value
230 V
A
ON
OFF
Stand-by I
B
Stand-by II
C
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
DO
F1
T1
F2
T2
Time
Light value
A
Time
230 V
ON
B
I
II
DO
III
F1
IV
T1
Time
OFF
Three dimming ranges (1…100 %), free parameterization
of time (I…VI) using DALI magic.
Factory-set parameters:
A: 100 %, D0: 120 s, F1: 32 s
B: 10 %, T1: unlimited
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It is possible to connect the DALI LED drivers directly to
commercially available motion sensors. The corridor function is triggered by a switching signal, i.e. the voltage of the
supply line (220–240 V, 50/60 Hz) is switched to the DALI
control line inputs (DA, DA; see diagram below). A preset
“out-of-the-box” control profile is activated upon triggering.
This can be individually adjusted via DALI Wizard or
Tuner4TRONIC® and DALI magic. Three light levels and
six time and fade settings are available for this purpose.
Advantage: New applications (stairwells, corridors, large
storage facilities etc.) can be developed with the possibility
to save energy and achieve high energy efficiency.
Wiring diagram for corridor function (up to 20 DALI drivers permitted)
L3
L2
L1
N
PE
Motion sensor
T PE N L1 L2 L3
Activation of the corridor function
The corridor function is activated when the supply voltage
(220–240 V) is permanently applied to the DALI input of the
driver for at least 120 seconds (50 Hz) or when the motion
sensor detects movement for at least 120 seconds. For
DALI LED drivers (version DALI 2), the corridor function has
to be activated by the Tuner4TRONIC® software.
Switching from the corridor function to the
Touch DIM ® function and vice versa
It is possible to switch from the corridor function to the
Touch DIM® function by briefly pressing a push-button
5 times (at the DALI input, 220–240 V) within 3 seconds.
For a reliable exit of the corridor function, it is a must to
have a minimum time of 0.5 s between the 5 individual
push-button presses. The same recommendation applies
to the Touch DIM® RC (radio-controlled) solution. For DALI
LED drivers (version DALI 2), the Touch DIM® function is not
available when the corridor function is activated.
Synchronization (Touch DIM ® and Touch DIM ®
Sensor operation)
If a large number of DALI drivers with Touch DIM® are operated in a system, there is a chance that a DALI driver will
operate out of sync with the others (= different dimming
level setting or different switching state).
Synchronization can be restored as follows:
Step 1: Long press of the switch (> 0.5 s) Æ
All the LEDs are switched on
Step 2: Short press of the switch (< 0.5 s) Æ
All the LEDs are switched off
Step 3: Long press of the switch (> 0.5 s) Æ
All the LEDs are switched on at minimum dimmer
setting and fade up
After the first three steps – long-short-long – all drivers
are synchronized.
Note: Touch DIM® is designed for manual control.
It is not suitable for a connection to a PLC (Programmable
Logic Control; SPS) or BMS control system.
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5 Matching of LED module and LED
driver in constant-current systems
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Matching of LED module and LED driver in
constant-current systems
Matching the driver and the LED module is not as easy as it
may seem. Therefore, OSRAM offers not only components
but also released systems of module/driver combinations,
which solve all the issues described on the following pages. You can learn more about these systems in the OSRAM
Matchmaker.
Safety fi rst
Drivers providing an internal SELV isolation barrier are the
most frequently used drivers. They allow for a simpler construction of the luminaire. Drivers without mains isolation,
however, are gaining in market share because they excel
in costs, efficacy and size. When a non-isolated driver is
used, the LEDs show live voltages against earth. Consequently, a safety isolation has to be established between
the LEDs and touchable parts of the luminaire. In order to
support realistic constructions of the luminaire, safety issues already have to be considered during the construction
of the module. This requires detailed knowledge of safety
standards, drivers and LEDs.
Immunity/surge
Transient voltages from the mains can travel through the
driver to the module. Common mode transients can cause
high stress to the isolation between LED and PE. If a driver
offers an earth terminal, it is always advisable to implement
the earth connection. The earth connection of the driver
greatly reduces the common mode transients that are
transferred to the module. This recommendation is valid
also for luminaire constructions that would meet safety
regulations even without connecting the driver to earth.
Operating points
The operating point of the LED module must be within the
operating range of the LED driver. Due to natural variations
of modules and drivers, multiple pitfalls have to be avoided
to meet this simple requirement.
Operating window of an LED driver
Max. output voltage
Voltage [V]
Max. output power
60
50
Min. output current
40
30
Max. output current
20
10
0
Min. output voltage
400
600
Voltage-current characteristic of a single LED
The characteristic of the single LED can be visualized
in a V-I graph.
— VF depends on binning
— VF depends on temperature
— VF depends on current
— VF depends on aging
1000
1200
Current setting of driver [mA]
Min. output power
Note: In case a module exceeds the limits of the LED
driver operating range, shutdown or blinking may occur
with some drivers.
800
Voltage-current characteristic of LEDs
Forward current IF = f (V F ), TS = 25 °C
V F [V]
3.4
Î Î
200
3.2
3.0
2.8
Already in pure DC operation, the prediction of the
operating point is not a point but a line.
2.6
2.4
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
IF [mA]
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Module meets LED driver
By drawing the parameters of the LED module and the LED
driver in a common V-I graph, the matching situation can
be visualized.
V-I graph
Operating window of the driver
Correct system match – LED module
completely within the operating window
Voltage [V]
Additional requirements on driver/module matching
for dimming
The real number of supported LEDs needs to be checked
according to the minimum and maximum forward voltage
in the worst case conditions. They have to match the minimum and maximum output voltage of the used LED drivers.
The forward voltage of the connected LED module in dimming condition is lower than the forward voltage in nominal
condition but still has to be above the minimum output voltage of the LED driver.
60
50
Influence of dimming and temperature on the
forward voltage
40
Voltage [V]
30
60
20
50
10
40
Colder
Dimming
down
30
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
Dimming
up
Warmer
20
Current setting of driver [mA]
10
The above V-I graph shows a correct system match. The
predicted line of the operating points is completely within
the operating range of the LED driver.
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
Current setting of driver [mA]
Infl uence of the LED module on V F
The forward voltage can differ from the rated values and
has the potential to cause an undesired shutdown or blinking.
Influence of binning, aging and driver tolerances
on the forward voltage
It is influenced by the following effects.
Voltage [V]
Forward voltage infl uencing factors
— LED driver does not deliver pure DC (Æ ripple current)
— LED driver output current deviates from selected value
— Voltage binning of module
— Aging of module
— Temperature of module
In addition to the correct selection of the forward voltage,
it is important to avoid an overload of the LED module.
Check the module current load by taking into account the
current accuracy of the LED driver and system ripple current.
60
50
Aging
40
30
Ripple
current
Binning
Driver
tolerances
20
10
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
Current setting of driver [mA]
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6 The OSRAM Matchmaker –
LED modules and system compatibilities
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General
In order to support customers in finding the suitable
configuration and type of LED driver for specific LED
modules, OSRAM has implemented an Excel-based
calculation tool, which is available in the OEM Download
Center at www.osram.com.
If you download the tool and open the Excel file, the
following menu is shown:
The tool consists of three parts:
— Input data
— Output data
— Diagrams
In the section “INPUT DATA”, the user can select a module/
driver combination and set all relevant module driving parameters: temperature, current and luminous flux. The user
can also find the configuration of the selected system
(system setup), i.e. the wiring of the selected module/driver
combination, at the bottom of this section.
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In the second section, all available output data are
displayed in a table:
The two columns with the headline “FLEX DRIVER” provide
specific target values based on the entered input data.
“FLEX DRIVER”, in this case, means that it is possible that
the driving parameters fit the selected LED module but not
necessarily the selected LED driver. The possible parameters of the selected LED driver are shown in the middle
of the table.
The third section “DIAGRAMS” gives an overview of
possible results for a wide range of parameters:
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Use
The user can easily go through the tool step by step. As the
first step, the user needs to select the system he wants to
have a look at:
By clicking on the button “Select Module & Driver”, the
dialog box “System Selector” opens and the user can
select the LED module and suitable LED drivers:
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The selected system is included into the Excel sheet
starting with the nominal values:
Now, the user can adapt the three parameters: Tc temperature, driving current and needed flux for the application.
The user can also choose a higher current than the nominal
one (“overdriving”):
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This, of course, will result in a higher luminous flux.
It is also possible to select a lower driving current
(“underdriving”):
If the user selects a driving current that is not allowed for
the selected system, the tool gives a related message:
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If the user adapts the Tc temperature, all related output
data change accordingly:
If the user knows the exact luminous flux of his application,
he can enter this value in the section “INPUT DATA”:
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For spotlighting and downlighting modules, only one-toone combinations (LED module + LED driver) are possible
at the moment. For linear applications, the wiring configuration of the selected system can also be defined in the
“System Selector” of the tool:
In the fourth column of the “System Selector”, the user can
see how many modules can be operated on one driver and
how the modules have to be connected: Xs = X in series
connection and Yp = Y in parallel connection.
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The user’s selection is also displayed in the section
“INPUT DATA”:
If the user selects an LED driver that allows current setting
via the LEDset interface, the required resistor value for the
driver is specified in the last row of the section “OUTPUT DATA”:
The OSRAM Matchmaker tool is regularly updated. Please go
to the OEM Download Center at www.osram.com to check if
you use the latest version.
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7 Planning, installation and operation
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OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | 7 Planning, installation and operation
System planning
The planning of an LED system (e.g. an LED-based luminaire) must take into consideration the following important
factors:
1. The selection of suitable LED modules.
2. The selection of suitable OPTOTRONIC® (OT) LED
drivers that cover all the requested functions (e.g. DALI)
and parameters (e.g. SELV).
3. The selection of suitable sensors and LMS components.
4. The proper wiring of the OT LED drivers and the LED
modules and their integration into a luminaire.
The importance of these four factors and their combination
for planning a system are first discussed in general in the
next sections.
LED module selection
The very first step in planning an application is the selection
of the appropriate LED module(s). For an overview of available LED modules for different applications, please go to
www.osram.com.
OSRAM LED modules can be divided into four categories:
1. Constant-voltage (CV) modules
Constant-voltage modules, even of different types, can be
easily connected to constant-voltage OTs without paying
attention to current settings (the constant-voltage values of
the OT and the LED module, of course, have to be equal,
e.g. 24 V). More than one module can be easily connected
in parallel to one OT. The most important factor when
choosing the LED driver is the maximum wattage needed
for all modules connected to the driver.
2. Constant-current (CC) modules with 1-to-1 arrangement of OT and LED module (each LED module has
its own OT)
Many OSRAM LED modules are designed to be directly
connected to their own OT (e.g. spotlights in retail lighting).
The datasheet of the LED module lists different OTs that
can be used together with the module. One can choose
between different OT variations (e.g. on/off or dimmable)
and current/luminous flux settings. The adequate current
is often set via LEDset by a resistor directly assembled on
the LED module.
3. Constant-current (CC) module arrangements that
consist of more than one LED module (more than
one LED module connected to the same OT)
In many applications, more than one LED module is used
with the same driver (e.g. longer chains of linear LED modules in a trunking system). In that case, the modules can
be connected to the LED driver in series, in parallel or in a
combination of series and parallel. The total power, voltage
and current of the LED system have to fit to the chosen LED
driver. One can again choose between different OT variations (e.g. on/off or dimmable) and current/luminous flux
settings. Additionally, depending on the way the modules
are connected, it is possible to select either SELV or
non-isolated LED drivers.
4. AC LED modules
AC LED modules can be directly connected to mains and
do not need an additional OT. They are also available with
different configurations (e.g. on/off or dimmable).
LED driver selection
System wattage and forward current in CC systems
At a minimum, the installed OTs must be able to supply the
power drawn by the connected modules and any installed
controllers. A first orientation in terms of which power level
of the driver is required can be derived from the rated power
of the connected modules. In order to reach the rated luminous flux, the sum of rated module power shall not exceed
the rated power of the driver. Knowing this value and your
required feature set, you can go for a first selection of
drivers from the OSRAM OT portfolio. In a second step, a
detailed analysis of matching LED voltage and LED current
with the output parameters of the driver is required.
CC LED systems can be driven at different current levels
that result in different luminous flux levels of the system.
Datasheets of CC LED modules always mention at least the
rated current of the connected module with the rated luminous flux and a maximum current level with the maximum
luminous flux level. When choosing the LED driver for a CC
system, one has to know the current required to fulfill the
lumen output requirements. The OSRAM Matchmaker tool
is of great help in finding which driver matches which module/s and in finding the right LED system current for a required luminous flux – or vice versa. The Matchmaker tool
is available in the OEM Download Center at www.osram.com.
SELV or non-isolated drivers for linear and area
CC systems
For systems of linear and area modules, it is possible,
depending on the total voltage of the installed system, to
choose between SELV (“Safety Extra Low Voltage”, ≤ 60 V)
and non-isolated (> 60 V) operation. For SELV operation,
the modules are connected in parallel, for non-isolated
operation, they are mainly connected in series. Using either
a SELV or non-isolated system has a strong impact on
the luminaire design. Some of the most relevant facts are
summarized in the table below.
Comparison of SELV and non-isolated LED drivers
SELV
Non-isolated
Luminaire
classes
Classes I, II and III
Only classes I and II
System
effi ciency
Around 5 %, worse than
for non-isolated systems
Around 5 %, better
than for SELV systems
Luminaire
design
Easier, e.g. no special at- More challenging
tention on touch protection
of the light source needed
Wiring of
the modules
Mainly in parallel
Mainly in series
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The examples below illustrate the difference in building up
a system in SELV or non-isolated operation. Both examples
use PrevaLED® Linear Slim 2 modules as light source with
the following nominal parameters.
Typical technical data of PrevaLED ® Linear Slim 2 modules (according to datasheet)
CRI
SDCM
VF
[V]
IF
[mA]
P
[W]
Effi cacy
(lm/W)
3000
> 80
3
32.8
125
4.1
146
4000
> 80
3
32.8
125
4.1
156
1020
3000
> 80
3
41.7
175
7.3
140
PLSZ2-LIN-1100-840-280-DC
1080
4000
> 80
3
41.7
175
7.3
148
PLSZ2-LIN-2000-830-280-DC
1800
3000
> 80
3
40.3
350
14.1
128
PLSZ2-LIN-2000-840-280-DC
1920
4000
> 80
3
40.3
350
14.1
136
PLSZ2-LIN-2200-830-560-DC
2050
3000
> 80
3
41.7
350
14.6
140
PLSZ2-LIN-2200-840-560-DC
2150
4000
> 80
3
41.7
350
14.6
147
Product name
Flux
[lm]
CCT
[K]
PLSZ2-LIN-650-830-280-DC
600
PLSZ2-LIN-650-840-280-DC
640
PLSZ2-LIN-1100-830-280-DC
PLSZ2-LIN-4000-830-560-DC
3580
3000
> 80
3
40.3
700
28.2
127
PLSZ2-LIN-4000-840-560-DC
3820
4000
> 80
3
40.3
700
28.2
135
Typical values valid for Tc = 65 °C
Example A: Parallel connection
Requirements: 5-ft luminaire in SELV mode, one row of LED
modules, luminous flux of the LED system of 5 500 lm, CCT
of 4 000 K, luminaire has to be dimmable via DALI.
For these requirements, either five 1-ft modules or two 2-ft
modules and one 1-ft module can be connected in parallel
to the LED driver (see image on page 7.4). To achieve a total luminous flux of 5 500 lm, five PLSZ2-LIN-1100-840-280DC or two PLSZ2-LIN-2200-840-560-DC and one PLSZ2LIN-1100-840-280-DC can be used.
It is easy to see that all relevant electrical parameters are
the same independent of the chosen configuration.
To use these configurations and ensure a SELV operation,
the next step is to choose a suitable LED driver from the
OT SELV portfolio. The LED driver has to fulfill the following
parameters (if only the nominal parameters are considered
and no attention is paid to the aging of the LEDs, temperature dependency etc.):
I = 875 mA
Both configurations lead to the following electrical parameters:
U max ≥ 41.7 V
For 5 x PLSZ2-LIN-1100-840-280-DC:
— IF total = 5 x IF PLSZ2-LIN-1100-840-280-DC = 5 x 175 mA = 875 mA
— VF total = VF PLSZ2-LIN-1100-840-280-DC = 41.7 V
— P total = IF total x VF total = 875 mA x 41.7 V = 36.5 W
U max ≤ 54 V
For 2 x PLSZ2-LIN-2200-840-560-DC and
1 x PLSZ2-LIN-1100-840-280-DC:
— IF total = 2 x IF PLSZ2-LIN-2200-840-560-DC + 1 x IF PLSZ2-LIN-1100-840-280-DC
= 2 x 350 mA + 1 x 175 mA = 875 mA
— VF total = VF PLSZ2-LIN-1100-840-280-DC = VF PLSZ2-LIN-2200-840-560-DC =
41.7 V
— P total = IF total x VF total = 875 mA x 41.7 V = 36.5 W
Pmax ≥ 36.5 W
(either as fixed value or as a set value via
LEDset or programming)
(maximum output voltage has to be higher than VF total of the LED system)
(maximum output voltage of OT SELV
LED driver is not higher than 54 V)
(maximum output power of the LED driver has
to be higher than Ptotal of the LED system)
To make things easier, OSRAM provides tables of module/
driver configurations in the datasheets of the LED modules.
The table on the next page shows a part of the possible
SELV configurations for the PrevaLED® Linear Slim 2 modules.
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OTi DALI (window driver – SELV)
PrevaLED® Linear Slim 2 LED modules are designed to be
operated by OTi DALI drivers in parallel connection. Current
setting is carried out via the software Tuner4TRONIC® and
DALI magic.
PrevaLED ®/driver combinations
PrevaLED ®
Linear Slim 2
OTi DALI 50 1A0
27–54 V
0.6–1.4 A
360 x 30 x 21 mm
OTi DALI 80 1A6
27–54 V
0.6–1.55 A
360 x 30 x 21 mm
OTi DALI 80 2A1
27–54 V
1.0–2.1 A
423 x 30 x 21 mm
650 lm/125 mA
(4)–10
(4)–12
8–10 (16)
1100 lm/175 mA
(3)–6
(3)–8
6–10
2000 lm/350 mA
2–3
2–4
3–5
2200 lm/350 mA
2–3
2–4
3–5
4000 lm/700 mA
1
1–2
2–(3)
The table above shows that 5 x PLSZ2-LIN-1100-840-280DC (and therefore also 2 x PLSZ2-LIN-2200-840-560-DC &
1 x PLSZ2-LIN-1100-840-280-DC) is possible for both the
OTi DALI 50 1A0 and the OTi DALI 80 1A6 LED drivers. The
current can be set either by LEDset or fixed current mode
via Tuner4TRONIC®.
5-ft SELV luminaire
Equipped with:
PrevaLED ® Linear Value
“PLVZ2-LIN-1100-840-280”
OT FIT 50/220-240/1A0 CS L
Configuration:
1s5p
DC current [mA]: 1050
DC voltage [V]:
32
Luminous flux [lm]: 5200
The figure above shows a typical application example of a
1.5-m luminaire with a linear SELV driver OT FIT 50/220240/1A0 CS L. All PrevaLED® Linear Value 2 modules are
connected in parallel.
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Example B: Series connection
Requirements: 5-ft luminaire in non-isolated (non-SELV)
mode, one row of LED modules, luminous flux of the LED
system of 5 500 lm, CCT of 4 000 K, luminaire has to be
dimmable via DALI. Exactly the same conditions as in
example A, only the SELV mode is changed to the nonisolated (non-SELV) mode.
Now, as in example A, a suitable LED driver has to be selected, but this time from the non-isolated (non-SELV) part
of the OT portfolio. It has to fulfill the following parameters
(if only the nominal parameters are considered and no
attention is paid to the aging of the LEDs, temperature
dependency etc.):
I = 175 mA
Note: In the non-isolated (non-SELV) mode, it is only possible to use five 1-ft modules connected in series to build up
a 5-ft LED system. It is not possible to use two 2-ft modules and one 1-ft module connected in series to the LED
driver.
U max ≥ 208.5 V
U max ≤ 250 V
Pmax ≥ 36.5 W
To achieve a total luminous flux of 5 500 lm, PLSZ2-LIN1100-840-280-DC can be used, connected in series to the
LED driver.
(either as fixed value or as a set value
via LEDset or programming)
(maximum output voltage has to be
higher than VF total of the LED system)
(maximum allowed voltage for the
PrevaLED® Linear Slim 2 family)
(maximum output power of the LED driver
has to be higher than P total of the LED
system)
The tables shown in example A for the SELV configuration
are also provided in the datasheets for the non-isolated
(non-SELV) case.
This leads to the following electrical parameters:
IF total = IF PLSZ2-LIN-1100-840-280-DC = 175 mA = 175 mA
VF total = 5 x VF PLSZ2-LIN-1100-840-280-DC = 208.5 V
P total = IF total x VF total = 175 mA x 208.5 V = 36.5 W
OTi (window driver – non-isolated)
PrevaLED® Linear Slim 2 LED modules are designed to be
operated by OTi and OTi DALI drivers in series or combined
series/parallel connection. Current setting is carried out via
re sistor coding (LEDset) in case of OTi and via the software
Tuner4TRONIC® and DALI magic in case of OTi DALI.
Explanation:
— Xs1p: all modules in series connection
— Xs2p/2sYp: parallel connection of X modules in series
connection/series connection of Y modules in parallel
connection (pair modularities only)
The table shows that 5 x PLSZ2-LIN-1100-840-280-DC
is possible for the OTi DALI 60 550 LED drivers (and the
OTi DALI 90 1A0 LED drivers with increased current IF ≥
250 mA). Apart from the DALI functionality, OTi 60 and OTi 90
provide the same range of functions as OTi DALI 60 and
OTi DALI 90. If DALI is not required, they are also possible
solutions. The current can be set either by LEDset or
Tuner4TRONIC® (DALI LED drivers only).
PrevaLED ®/driver combinations
PrevaLED ®
Linear Slim 2
OTi 60 550
54–240 V
125–550 mA
280 x 30 x 21 mm
OTi 90 1A0
54–240 V
250–1000 mA
280 x 30 x 21 mm
OTi DALI 60 550
54–240 V
125–550 mA
280 x 30 x 21 mm
OTi DALI 90 1A0
54–240 V
250–1000 mA
280 x 30 x 21 mm
650 lm/125 mA
2–5 (Xs1p/Xs2p)
1100 lm/175 mA
2–5* (Xs1p/Xs2p)
4–10 (Xs2p/2sYp)
2–5 (Xs1p/Xs2p)
4–10 (Xs2p/2sYp)
4–10* (Xs2p/2sYp)
2–5* (Xs1p/Xs2p)
2000 lm/350 mA
4–10* (Xs2p/2sYp)
2–3 (Xs1p)
2–4 (Xs1p)
2–3 (Xs1p)
2–4 (Xs1p)
2200 lm/350 mA
2–3 (Xs1p)
2–4 (Xs1p)
2–3 (Xs1p)
2–4 (Xs1p)
4000 lm/700 mA
–
2–3 (Xs1p)
–
2–3 (Xs1p)
* For 5 x 1100 lm, please keep the Tc temperature below 65 °C and observe the maximum current IF = 175 mA per module
7.5
OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | 7 Planning, installation and operation
5-ft non-isolated luminaire
Equipped with:
PrevaLED ® Linear Slim 2
“PLSZ2-LIN-1100-840-280”
OTi DALI 60/220-240/550 D LT2 L
Configuration:
5s1p
DC current [mA]: 200 (set by LEDset/Tuner4TRONIC®)
DC voltage [V]:
210
Luminous flux [lm]: 6000
The figure above shows a typical application example for
a 1.5-m luminaire with a linear non-isolated driver OTi DALI
60/220-240/550 D LT2. All PrevaLED® Linear Slim 2
PLSZ2-LIN -1100-840-280 modules are connected in
series.
7.6
OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | 7 Planning, installation and operation
Example C: Series connection by use of terminals
The figure below shows an application of a floor-standing
luminaire with a linear non-isolated driver OTi DALI
90/220-240V/1A0 LT2 L. It is an example for a series
connection by optimal use of the terminals of the OTi
(DALI) non-isolated family. All PrevaLED® Linear Slim 2
PLSZ2-LIN-1100-840-280 modules are connected in series.
The split of the LED modules does not need to be symmetric
as shown below.
Pinning/connection diagrams: OTi DALI 90/220-240/1A0 LT2 L
1 2202 240 V
3
4
5
6 DA
7 DA
Input pinning
+
LEDset
LEDaux +
-
21
22
23
24 Module
interface
25
26
27
Output pinning
+
LEDset
LEDaux +
-
21
22
23
24 Module
interface
25
26
27
Output pinning with LED driver internal through-wiring
Asymmetric LED module (load) wiring permitted
7.7
OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | 7 Planning, installation and operation
Example D: Combined series/parallel connection
Depending on the electrical parameters of the LED module
and the selected OT LED driver, different numbers of modules can be connected in series/in parallel to the LED driver.
In the non-isolated (non-SELV) case, it is possible to combine parallel and series wiring of LED modules. In a 4-ft
luminaire, for example, there are two options to connect
the modules:
The electrical parameters change with the chosen condition. In case a), the total voltage of the LED system is four
times the module voltage and the system current is the
same as the module current. In case b), the total voltage
of the LED system is two times the module voltage and
the system current is also two times the module current.
These two different scenarios of wiring can strongly impact
the selection of a suitable LED driver.
a) All in series
b) Two in series and two in parallel
The XsYp notation used in OSRAM datasheets gives information on how many modules can be connected to the
LED driver. X stands for the number of modules connected
in series and Y for the number of modules connected in
parallel. For cases a) and b) in a 4-ft luminaire, the corresponding XsYp notations are:
a) All in series Æ 4s1p
b) Two in series and two in parallel Æ 2s2p
In addition, the datasheets also provide exact wiring
diagrams (see figures below).
Yp
Xs
Yp
Xs
Corresponding circuit diagram
7.8
OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | 7 Planning, installation and operation
4-ft non-isolated luminaire – twin lamp
Equipped with:
PrevaLED ® Linear Slim 2
“PLSZ2-LIN-650-840-280”
OT FIT 50/220-240/250 D L
Configuration:
4s2p
DC current [mA]: 250
DC voltage [V]:
132
Luminous flux [lm]: 5200
The figure above shows a typical application example for
a 1.2-m luminaire with a linear non-isolated driver OT FIT
50/220-240/250 D L. The PrevaLED® Linear Slim 2 modules are connected in combined series/parallel connection
(4s2p; 4 modules in series, 2 strings in parallel).
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OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | 7 Planning, installation and operation
Level of control
(on/off, different dimming mechanisms)
The level of control in an application ranges from no control
(i.e. fixed output) to simple control (i.e. brightness) to full
RGB control (i.e. multiple independently controlled channels). Besides the level of control, the preferred control
protocol, e.g. 1…10 V, DALI or DMX, must also be selected.
Cable stripping
Furthermore, to ensure a safe electrical and mechanical
connection of the cable in the electrical terminals or the
cable clamp, it is mandatory to observe the cable stripping
lengths as shown in the figure below. The stripping lengths
for (a) and (b) are specified for each product (where applicable) in the respective datasheets.
Combined with the type of LED modules selected in the
first step, these requirements can be used to further search
the OPTOTRONIC® portfolio for suitable LED drivers and to
look for additional light management systems.
CV LED drivers
There are mainly three different categories of OT CV LED
drivers:
— Non-dimmable drivers (on/off)
— Drivers with 1…10-V interface
— Drivers with DALI interface
CC LED drivers
Dimmable OT CC LED drivers mainly use the DALI interface. There are also some CC LED drivers in the portfolio
that use a 1…10-V and phase-cut. OT CC LED drivers are
also available as non-dimmable (on/off) versions.
For the DALI interface, in particular, OSRAM offers many
light management systems that can easily be used together
with OT DALI LED drivers. The available light management
system components range from easy systems that, for example, are used in small offices to professional systems for
entire buildings or properties.
Additional information on light management systems can,
for example, be found at www.osram.com.
Some simple light management features are already included in many OT LED drivers, e.g. Touch DIM® or smart
grid functionality. For more detailed information on features
included in different OT LED drivers, please consult the
corresponding technical datasheets.
a
b
Recommended cable stripping
Cable routing
To ensure good radio interference suppression and maximum safety, the following rules for cable routing should be
observed:
1. Mains and LED module cables should never be routed
in parallel. Keep output cables and mains cables as far
away from one another as possible (e.g. 5 to 10 cm). This
avoids mutual interference between mains and secondary-side cables.
2. Place output cables away from earthed metal surfaces
(if possible several cm) to reduce capacitive interference.
3. Keep mains cables in the luminaire as short as possible
to reduce interference.
4. Do not route mains cables too close to the LED driver
(this applies in particular to through-wiring).
5. Avoid crossing mains cables and LED module cables.
Where this is not possible, cables should cross at right
angles (to avoid HF interference on the mains cable).
6. Cable penetrations through metal components must
never be left unprotected and should be fitted with additional insulation (sleeve, grommet, edge protector etc.).
Dimming units on the secondary side such as OT DIM
usually do not affect the radio interference.
Wiring
Recommended cables
For a safe and reliable operation of OT LED drivers, it is
mandatory to use only recommended cables on the input
and output side and control port where applicable. This
ensures that the cable is suitable for the electrical load and
that the mechanical connection of the wire terminals and
the cable clamp (when available) is safe and working
properly.
Recommended cables for input and output are specified in
each product’s datasheets, which can also be found at
www.osram.com. Please also check the instruction sheets
that are delivered with the product for updated or additional information.
230 V
OPTOTRONIC
230 V
OPTOTRONIC
230 V
OPTOTRONIC
230 V
OPTOTRONIC
9
8
LED module
LED module
LED module
LED module
Cable routing of OPTOTRONIC ® and LED modules
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OPTOTRONIC® LED drivers
for indoor application
8 Insulation types
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OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | 8 Insulation types
Updated and new standards for LED drivers
For OSRAM indoor LED drivers, the following insulation
classes apply:
— Non-isolated (previously “non-SELV”)
— No isolation between input and output circuits
(LED, LEDset etc.)
— Double/reinforced-isolated
— Voltage range:
— SELV:
— SELV 0–60 VDC, all poles touchable, no
distance requirements to touchable parts
— SELV 60–120 VDC, one pole touchable
— Isolating transformer > 120 VDC, no pole touchable
— NEW
— SELV in IEC 61347-1:2012, annex L, according to
current standard IEC 61347-2-13:2014
— Normal requirements on creepage distances and
clearances, aligned with other safety standards
(e.g. IEC 60598-1 safety of luminaires)
— PHASE-OUT
— SELV in annex I according to previous standard IEC
61347-2-13:2006
— Very high requirements on creepage distances
and clearances
— High requirements on transformer isolation
(thickness through isolation [dti]) and construction
— Special requirements for higher level of safety,
e.g. distance between input and output connector
— SELV-equivalent according to previous standard IEC
61347-2-13:2006 Æ IEC 60065 (safety for audio/video)
— Normal requirements on creepage distances and
clearances
— Low requirements on transformer isolation (thickness through isolation [dti]), small constructions
possible
Non-isolated drivers
Non-isolated (previously “non-SELV”) drivers have no isolation between the primary and secondary side and a basic
insulation (single isolation foil) between all the electronic
circuits and the driver casing. The corresponding insulation
classes are similar to those of typical fluorescent ECGs.
Typical example of a non-isolated driver
Non-isolated OPTOTRONIC® LED drivers belong to protection class I. Non-isolated LED drivers can be used in
class I and class II luminaires. The use in class II luminaires
requires additional efforts.
Note:
— All output connections of these drivers
are not safe to touch
— This also applies to the LEDset interface
(Rset should have basic insulation)
8.2
OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | 8 Insulation types
Insulation matrix for non-isolated indoor drivers
Port
L/N
LEDset/
EQUI or F.E.
Control (DALI,
(functional earth) Touch DIM®, 1…10 V) NTCset
Output LED
Casing/PE
L/N
–
Double/
reinforced
Basic
–
–
Basic
EQUI or F.E.
(functional earth)
Double/
reinforced
–
Double/
reinforced
Double/
reinforced
Double/
reinforced
Supplementary
Control (DALI,
Basic
Touch DIM®, 1…10 V)
Double/
reinforced
–
Basic
Basic
Basic
LEDset/
NTCset
–
Double/
reinforced
Basic
–
–
Basic
Output LED
–
Double/
reinforced
Basic
–
–
Basic
Casing/PE
Basic
Supplementary
Basic
Basic
Basic
–
Basic + Supplementary = Double/reinforced
Controller already with basic insulation
SELV (isolated) drivers
For SELV drivers with up to 60 VDC, there are low isolation
requirements for luminaire constructions because 60 VDC is
touchable.
All built-in SELV drivers with plastic casing:
— fulfill the requirements of IEC 61347-1, annex O, for
double or reinforced insulation
— can also be used independently with an additional
cable clamp
— can be used both in class I and class II luminaires
Insulation matrix for SELV indoor drivers
Port
L/N
LEDset/
EQUI or F.E.
Control (DALI,
(functional earth) Touch DIM®, 1…10 V) NTCset
Output LED
Casing: protection class I
Casing: protection class II
L/N
–
Double/
reinforced
Basic
Double/
reinforced
Double/
reinforced
Basic
Double/
reinforced
EQUI or F.E.
(functional earth)
Double/
reinforced
–
Double/
reinforced
Basic
Basic
Supplementary
Double/
reinforced
Basic
Control (DALI,
Touch DIM®, 1…10 V)
Double/
reinforced
–
Double/
reinforced
Double/
reinforced
Basic
Double/
reinforced
LEDset/
NTCset
Double/
reinforced
Basic
Double/
reinforced
–
–
Basic
Double/
reinforced
Output LED
Double/
reinforced
Basic
Double/
reinforced
–
–
Basic
Double/
reinforced
Casing: protection Basic
class I
Supplementary
Basic
Basic
Basic
–
N/A
Casing: protection Double/
class II
reinforced
Double/
reinforced
Double/
reinforced
Double/
reinforced
Double/
reinforced
N/A
–
Basic + Supplementary = Double/reinforced
Controller already with basic insulation
8.3
OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | 8 Insulation types
Overview of OPTOTRONIC ® (OT) drivers
Product family
OTi DALI Linear SELV
Output
voltage
[V]
Output
current
[mA]
Ambient
temperature
range [°C]
Suitable for
luminaires with
prot. class
OTi DALI 35/220-240/700 LT2 L
20…54
200…700
-25…+60
I*
OTi DALI 50/220-240/1A4 LT2 L
20…54
600…1400
-25…+50
I*
OTi DALI 80/220-240/1A6 LT2 L
20…54
600…1550
-25…+50
I*
20…54
1000…2100
-25…+45
I*
OTi DALI Linear non-isolated OTi DALI 60/220-240/550 D LT2 L
OTi DALI 80/220-240/2A1 LT2 L
54…240
120…550
-25…+60
I*
OTi DALI 90/220-240/1A0 LT2 L
54…240
250…1000
-25…+50
I*
OT FIT 35/220-240/700 CS L
27…54
700; 600; 500
-20…+50
I*
OT FIT 50/220-240/1A0 CS L
27…54
1050; 925; 800
-20…+50
I*
OT FIT 80/220-240/1A6 CS L
27…54
1550; 1400; 1200
-25…+50
I*
OTi 60/220-240/550 D LT2 L
54…240
120…550
-25…+60
I*
OTi 90/220-240/1A0 D LT2 L
54…240
250…1000
-25…+50
I*
OT FIT SELV
OTi non-isolated
OT FIT non-isolated
OTi DALI Compact SELV
OT ECO PC Compact SELV
OT FIT Compact SELV
OT ECO Compact SELV
OT FIT 30/220-240/125 D L
54…215
125
-25…+50
I*
OT FIT 50/220-240/250 D L
54…215
250
-25…+50
I*
OT FIT 50/220-240/350 D L
54…150
350
-25…+50
I*
OTi DALI 25/220-240/700 LT2
12…54
180…700
-20…+50
I; II
OTi DALI 35/220-240/1A0 LT2
15…54
350…1050
-20…+50
I; II
OTi DALI 50/220-240/1A4 LT2 FAN
15…54
600…1400
-20…+50
I; II
OTe 10/220-240/700 PC
7…14
700
-20…+55
I; II
OTe 13/220-240/350 PC
18…38
350
-20…+55
I; II
OTe 18/220-240/350 PC
27…54
350
-20…+55
I; II
OTe 18/220-240/500 PC
18…36
500
-20…+55
I; II
OTe 25/220-240/700 PC
18…36
700
-20…+50
I; II
OTe 35/220-240/700 PC
27…50
700
-20…+45
I; II
OT FIT 15/220-240/350 CS
27…54
250; 300; 350
-25…+50
I; II
OT FIT 25/220-240/500 CS
27…54
400; 450; 500
-25…+50
I; II
OT FIT 35/220-240/700 CS
27…54
550; 600; 700
-25…+50
I; II
OT FIT 50/220-240/1A0 CS
27…54
800; 900; 1050
-25…+50
I; II
OTe 25/220-240/420 CS
27…54
290; 350; 420
-20…+50
I; II
OTe 25/220-240/700 CS
18…36
500; 600; 700
-20…+50
I; II
OTe 35/220-240/700 CS
27…54
500; 600; 700
-20…+55
I; II
OTe 35/220-240/700 CS S
27…54
500; 600; 700
-20…+50
I; II
OTe 35/220-240/1A0 CS
17…34
800; 925; 1050
-20…+55
I; II
OTe 35/220-240/1A0 CS S
17…34
800; 925; 1050
-20…+50
I; II
OTe 50/220-240/1A0 CS
27…54
800; 925; 1050
-20…+50
I; II
OTe 50/220-240/1A4 CS
18…36
1150; 1250; 1400
-20…+50
I; II
OTe 50/220-240/1A0 CS FAN
27…54
700; 900; 1050
-20…+50
I; II
* Special permission for protection class II luminaires on request
Hints for the use of non-isolated drivers in class II
luminaires
Metal luminaires of class II
LED drivers have basic insulation. LED modules should
also have basic insulation. In addition, both LED driver and
LED modules should be additionally isolated by supplementary insulation. All isolations should be designed
according to Uout of the LED driver.
Plastic luminaires of class II
All active parts (LED modules) should be protected by at
least a basic insulation if the luminaire can be opened for
maintenance. The best solution is a sealed luminaire where
the LED modules and the driver are not touchable with a
separated connection area.
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OPTOTRONIC® LED drivers
for indoor application
9 Dimming principles
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OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | 9 Dimming principles
Hybrid dimming
OPTOTRONIC ® DALI drivers can be dimmed between
100 % and 1 %. In order to cover this wide range, two
dimming methods (hybrid dimming) are combined:
— Dimming by amplitude modulation
The dimming range between 100 % and about 30 %
(depending on LED driver) is controlled by adjusting the
amplitude of the current. The current value specified for
the device corresponds to a dimming level of 100 %.
The amplitude of the current is reduced to dim the lighting down.
— Dimming by Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)
The dimming range between about 30 % and 1 % is
controlled by pulse width modulation. PMW dimming is
beneficial at lower dimming levels as there are no color
and brightness differences between the individual LEDs.
Phase-cut dimming
Phase-cut dimming is a popular kind of dimming.
OPTOTRONIC ® ECO (OTe) Phase Cut drivers allow LED
modules to be dimmed with phase-cut dimmers. Both
trailing-edge and leading-edge phase-cut dimmers can be
used. An up-to-date list of suitable dimmers can be found
in the OSRAM OEM Download Center at www.osram.com.
Driver for phase-cut dimming
L, C
The transition between the two dimming methods is
seamless.
Hybrid dimming
Integral current value
(PWM with ~ 500 Hz)
Output current [%]
For the integration of phase-cut dimming into DALI
dimming installations, the OSRAM HTi DALI 315 DIM
dimmer module can be used to dim the OTe Phase Cut
drivers. Commands of the DALI interface are converted
into the corresponding mains voltage trailing-edge signal.
50
0
100
Amplitude
modulation
~ 30
PWM
1
Dimming level [%]
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OPTOTRONIC® LED drivers
for indoor application
10 Ripple current and light “flickering”
(modulation)
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OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | 10 Ripple current and light “flickering” (modulation)
General
Light modulation describes how much the instantaneous
value of the luminous flux is varying. Human perception
strongly depends on the frequency.
Currently, various organisations such as IEEE, CIE or NEMA
are discussing very diverse metrics, a dominant market
consensus, however, is not yet visible. In general, the relevance of light modulation decreases towards higher frequencies. Frequencies above 3 kHz are usually regarded as uncritical, while 100 Hz are undoubtedly of high importance.
In practice, many drivers naturally deliver a high content of
100-Hz modulation. The root cause for this is the European
50-Hz mains supply, which results in 100 Hz after rectification. Compared to traditional fluorescent light sources,
LEDs instantaneously translate their operating current into
light, without much smoothing effects. Already minor imperfections of the driver can lead to a low quality of light.
The OPTOTRONIC® LED driver family ensures that the
100-Hz light modulation is so small that it normally cannot
be perceived by the human eye and is therefore not critical
within a standard application.
The most common definition for the light modulation is:
Light modulation =
(where
max max +
min
min
is luminous fl ux)
On one hand, 100 Hz is already high enough that humans
do not notice it anymore. On the other hand, it strongly affects video, television and film recording. Applications with
demanding requirements, such as optical in-process
inspection with CCD cameras, may call for further improvements. In such cases, the use of OTi DALI SELV LED drivers with a ripple current of 1…3 % (pure amplitude dimming
between 100 and 30 %) is recommended.
Output ripple current (100 Hz) of different driver
technologies
Fluorescent Iamp
ECG: QUICKTRONIC®
LED driver:
OPTOTRONIC®
QTi DALI/QTi…DIM
< 10 %
QTP OPTIMAL
QT FIT
Magnetic gear
Even when there is no obvious visible flicker, ergonomics
studies with conventional technology (CCG operation) have
shown that latent flickering of the light is a load factor that
affects a person’s work performance, particularly at VDU
workstations. The consequences are rapid fatigue, lack of
concentration and a greater number of errors in word processing and other such tasks. Practical VDU-based tasks
have shown that the benefits of flicker-free light are considerable, not only for the people themselves but also for the
quality of their work. Premium-quality LED drivers produce
less than 5 % modulation, and are therefore often called
“flicker-free” or “zero ripple”.
Defi nition and measurement (ripple current)
In most cases, the light modulation is proportional to the
ripple current.
LF ripple current =
ILFmax - ILFmin
ILFmax + ILFmin
LF = Low Frequency
Measurement
In a first approximation, the light modulation is proportional
to the current modulation, often called ripple current. This
proportional behavior allows the light modulation to be
judged by performing a current measurement. A low-pass
filtered current measurement achieves the most accurate
results. If no filter is available, a simplified measurement
method can be used.
Simplifi ed measurement
— Measurement of module current
— No filter necessary
— Readings from upper envelope (100 Hz)
— Typical accuracy : +/-15 % of result
— Means: 20 % varies between 17...23 %
— A light measurement with a photodiode, phototransistor
or integrated light-to-voltage converter will deliver
almost identical results
— If PWM is used: modulation = 100 %
— Most common behavior over time: increase of the ripple
current due to capacitor aging
Simplified measurement
OTi DALI
1…3 % SELV,
1…10 % non-isolated
< 10 %
OTi
< 10 %
< 10 %
OT FIT
5%
OTe
20 …35 %*
25…35 %
* Strongly depends on the LED module
In addition to economic and ecological aspects, the use of
ECGs and LED drivers with low levels of light modulation
has extremely positive effects on the working environment.
In general, strong flickering at low frequencies should be
avoided. It is known that a small subgroup of patients with
epilepsy are photosensitive and react to flickering light. The
risk for such reactions drastically reduces when the frequency of the light modulation is increased to over 70 Hz.
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Advantages and disadvantages of PWM
Hybrid dimming
Advantages of PWM dimming:
— Dimming without color differences among all LEDs
— Same brightness of all LEDs
Output current [%]
Disadvantages of PWM dimming:
— Remaining risk of stroboscopic effects when rotating
or fast-moving parts are illuminated; this risk can be
reduced by increasing the PWM frequency to over
400–500 Hz
— Interference effects with cameras are reduced with
higher frequency, but for high demands on image quality or high-speed imaging, PWM is not recommended
50
0
100
Amplitude
modulation
Integral current value
(PWM with ~ 500 Hz)
~ 30
PWM
1
Dimming level [%]
Segments of ripple current (application clustering)
Ripple current
Applications
a) 0–10 %
Production with rotating machines,
camera- controlled areas, scanner applications,
film recording, hospitals
b) 10–35 %
Offi ces and standard illumination applications
c) 35–50 %
Corridors, car parks, outdoor and peripheral
areas
Overview of some system combinations
System
Dimming level
Modulation [%]
(percent fl icker)
PLSZ2-LIN-4000-830-560 & OTi DALI 35/220-240/700 LT2 L (dimmer: DALI MCU)
low dimming level
100.0
PLSZ2-LIN-4000-830-560 & OTi DALI 35/220-240/700 LT2 L (dimmer: DALI MCU)
approx. 50 %
1.3
PLSZ2-LIN-4000-830-560 & OTi DALI 35/220-240/700 LT2 L
not dimmed
1.0
PLSZ2-LIN-4000-830-560 & OTi DALI 50/220-240/1A4 LT2 L
not dimmed
0.9
PLSZ2-LIN-4000-830-560 & OTi DALI 80/220-240/1A6 LT2 L
not dimmed
1.1
PL-CN111-2700-830-24D-G1 & OTi DALI 25/220-240/700 LT2
not dimmed
0.9
PL-CN111-2700-830-24D-G1 & OTe 35/220-240/700 CS S (700 mA)
not dimmed
34.7
PL-CN111-2700-830-24D-G1 & OTe 35/220-240/700 CS S (600 mA)
not dimmed
33.8
PL-CUBE-AC-2000-830-G2
not dimmed
30.2
PL-CORE AC-800-830
not dimmed
100.0
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Technical application guide
OPTOTRONIC® LED drivers
for indoor application
11 Emergency lighting with central
and local battery systems
Light is OSRAM
OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | 11 Emergency lighting with central and local battery systems
Emergency lighting with central battery systems
General
OPTOTRONIC ® constant-current LED drivers such as OTi
DALI, OTi and OT FIT are suitable for DC operation (e.g.
central emergency system) in compliance with IEC 61347-2-13,
annex J, which is stated with the EL mark. Additionally, all
OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers are tested according to IEC
60598-2-22 (standard for luminaires for emergency lighting),
where the luminaires have to operate reliably at an ambient
temperature Ta of 70 °C within half of the rated duration.
1. For the total measurement time at a luminaire ambient
temperature Ta of 70 °C.
2. In case of an emergency, the luminous flux is not allowed
to fall below 50 % within half of the rated duration (e.g. 3 h
Æ 1.5 h or 1 h Æ 30 min). The luminous flux at the beginning of the emergency operation is of main importance.
This “emergency” luminous flux can be much smaller than
100 % of the general lighting level, e.g. 15 %.
Note: OSRAM can only provide data for the LED drivers.
As the IEC requires luminous flux specifications (lm), the
luminaire manufacturer has to validate his emergency luminaires (influence of LED module and luminaire construction).
For more detailed information about IEC 60598-2-22 in
respect to LED drivers, please refer to the OEM News
“OEM-Information for emergency fittings acc. to IEC
60598-2-22” (02.09.2014) or the OSRAM OEM Download
Center at www.osram.com.
Adjustment of the emergency lighting parameters
As mentioned above, DALI LED indoor drivers have a
default output of 15 % and are not locked. This means that
if the DALI LED drivers detect DC voltage, they automatically change to an output of 15 % and do no longer accept
DALI commands to avoid unwanted output levels. Connected sensors are also ignored.
Luminous fl ux
For central battery emergency installations where the factory
settings do not fit, it is possible to adjust the emergency
lighting parameters of OSRAM DALI LED drivers. For this
adjustment, OSRAM offers two options:
< 50 %
t
Voltage ranges and switch-on/switch-over times
Permitted DC
voltage range
OTi DALI 176–276 V 1)
Switch-over
times: Maintained supply
is switched
from AC to DC
Switch-on
times: Nonmaintained
emergency
luminaires
are switched
on from cold
1. The software DALI Wizard in combination with the
hardware DALI magic
Driver
output
current
in DC
mode/
not
locked
0.2 s
0.3 s 2), 0.6 s 3)
15 % 4)
OTi
176–276 V 1)
< 0.5 s
< 0.5 s
15 % 4)
OT FIT
176–276 V 1)
< 0.5 s
< 0.5 s
100 %
1) DC or pulse DC (> 198 V for starting)
2) Switch-on time when emergency mode is activated
3) Switch-on time when emergency mode is not activated
(at 230 V, 50 Hz, full load, according to DALI standard)
4) Output current/not locked
Output current in DC mode
Depending on the LED driver type, there are different
output current and light levels in DC operation.
OTi DALI and OTi (non-dimmable) drivers can detect DC
voltage and operate at a default output current of 15 % in
DC mode to reduce battery consumption. In case of DC
voltage, OSRAM DALI LED drivers no longer carry out DALI
commands. If a higher output current is required, the default value can be adjusted via DALI magic/Wizard or DALI
magic/Tuner4TRONIC®. It is possible to adjust the DALI
level because DALI LED drivers have a (non-locked) DC
DALI level. OSRAM DALI LED drivers are even designed for
100 % DALI values to ensure reliable operation at an ambient temperature Ta of 70 °C over the full rated duration time.
In DC operation, non-dimmable OSRAM LED drivers such
as OT FIT typically have the same output (100 % output
current) as in AC operation.
DALI magic hardware
DALI Wizard software
2. The software Tuner4TRONIC ® in combination with
the hardware DALI magic (more details can be
found in the Tuner4TRONIC® Development manual)
Possible adjustments in the emergency mode
11.2
OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | 11 Emergency lighting with central and local battery systems
Compatibility with central battery systems
In many emergency lighting installations with central battery
systems, compatibility of LED drivers with established
emergency lighting monitoring systems is a must. Therefore, OSRAM and, for example, CEAG and INOTEC have
tested the compatibility of OSRAM LED drivers and DALI
LED drivers with emergency luminaire monitoring modules.
For DALI installations, CEAG-EATON and INOTEC recommend their DALI-addressing components.
Emergency lighting standards permit direct DALI communication for emergency luminaires in DALI installations
Due to the increasing attractiveness of DALI installations,
DALI communication is used more and more in emergency
lighting installations. The benefits are that general lighting
luminaires and emergency luminaires use the same components and emergency luminaires do not lose CE approval, e.g. when adding luminaire monitoring modules. Depending on the application, each emergency luminaire can
easily be adjusted via DALI, i.e. each emergency luminaire
is controllable and can easily be monitored. First projects
with direct DALI communication are carried out by OSRAM
and Schuster in the automotive industry and office buildings.
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Requirements for LED controlgears
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Manufacturer:
Type / description:
OSRAM GmbH
Marcel-Breuer-Straße 6
80807 München
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/EKdĞŶƚƌĂůďĂƚƚĞƌŝĞŐĞƌćƚĞ
ECG-family: OTi DALI 50 220-240 1A4 LT2 FAN
CEAG data:
Comment
Operating voltage range DC:
DC: 186 V - 275 V at -10 °C
Possible voltage range of the battery in emergency mode
(Not necessary for AT-S+ System)
YES
Switching time:
from AC to DC
from DC to AC
Features
Installation switching times:
180 ms - 450 ms
180 ms - 450 ms
Typical switch over time of CEAG CPS/LPS-devices
YES
Stable current consumption
lower after 1,6 s
necessary for selective control
'I < 12,5 mA per luminaire, at max. 20 luminaires for one
current circuit: ' I in summ < 250 mA
YES
Fullfilled the standard*:
DIN EN 62384
DC. Or AC supplied electronic control gear for LED modules Performance requirements
Fullfilled the standard*:
DIN EN 61347-2-13
Fullfilled the standard*:
DIN EN 55015
(Measurement on AC And DC)
starting charakteristic controlgear:
Fullfilled the standard*:
DIN EN 61000-3-2
Fullfilled the standard*:
DIN EN 61000-3-2, Pkt. 7.3 a.)
Fullfilled the standard*:
DIN EN 61547
LED module fullfilles the standard:
DIN EN 62031
Compies
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WƌŽũĞŬƚͬWƌŽũĞŬƚŽƌƚ͗
YES
Limits and methods of measurement of radio disturbance
characteristics of electrical lighting and similar equipment
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) — Part 3-2: Limits —
Limits for harmonic current emissions (equipment input
FXUUHQW”$SHUSKDVH
YES
DĞƌŬŵĂůĞ
is forceful necessary for AT-S+ Systems special for LED
drivers!! (sinusoidal current draw)
Equipment for general lighting purposes — EMC immunity
requirements
ĞƚƌŝĞďƐƐƉĂŶŶƵŶŐƐďĞƌĞŝĐŚ
YES
ĞƚƌŝĞďƐƐƉĂŶŶƵŶŐƐďĞƌĞŝĐŚ
YES
ĞƚƌŝĞďƐŐĞƌćƚŐĞĞŝŐŶĞƚĨƺƌ
Η:ŽŬĞƌͲ^ƉĂŶŶƵŶŐΗ͍
YES
N/A
*VDE 0108 is not a standard for ECG, marking is not applicable
Comment:
Manufacturer's
instructions:
No load current of the ballast (without
V-CG-SB.1
tube or with defect tube) in DCoperation
selection aid for monitoring modules also for identification of
the max. luminaire quantity per circuit and the required
battery capacity.
these values are not allowed to be failed below def. limits for
the voltagerange of:
186 - 275V DC und 189 - 264 V AC
(for AT-S+ Systems must be the current draw sinusoidal
See DIN EN 61000-3-2, clause 7.3 a.)
see "OTi DALI 50 220-240
1A4 LT2 FAN"
voltage dependent = No load current
of the ballast (without or with defect
V-CG-SB.1
LED module) in DC and AC operation*:
selection aid for monitoring modules:
these values are not allowed to exceed the def. limits for the
voltagerange of:
186 - 275V DC und 189 - 264 V AC
(for AT-S+ Systems must be the current draw sinusoidal
(See DIN EN 61000-3-2, clause 7.3 a.)
see "OTi DALI 50 220-240
1A4 LT2 FAN"
CEAG-Data:
Max. inrush current each
converter/luminaire in
AC-operation:
Max. permitted inrush current per circuit:
SKU 2 x 3A (CG) => 120 A
SKU 1 x 6A (CG) => 180 A
SKU 4 x 1,5A CG-S => 60 A
SKU 2 x 3A CG-S => 250 A
SKU 1 x 6A CG-S => 250 A
+
=> 250 A
SOU CG-S // S
=> 250 A
SU S+
Lightoutput in
DC-operation at 186 V in comparison
to 230 V AC operation
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>ĞƵĐŚƚŵŝƚƚĞůƐ
dĞĐŚŶ͘ĂƚĞŶͬ/EKdŶĨŽƌĚĞƌƵŶŐ
:Ͳ^sͲDŽĚƵůͬ^;ϱͲϭϮϬtͿ͗хϮϬŵ
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DĂdž͘ŝŶƐĐŚĂůƚƐƚƌŽŵĚĞƌs'ƐũĞ
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Ja
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EŽƚƐƚƌŽŵďĞƚƌŝĞď
ƵŶŐĞŐůćƚƚĞƚĞ'ůĞŝĐŚƐƉĂŶŶƵŶŐͲ;ŚŽĐŚŐĞŬůĂƉƉƚĞ
,ĂůďǁĞůůĞͿ
ďƐĐŚĂůƚnjĞŝƚĚĞƐs';ďĞŝĚĞĨĞŬƚĞŵ
>ĞƵĐŚƚŵŝƚƚĞůͿ
ŝŵĞƚƌŝĞď
DĞƌŬŵĂůĞ
EĞŶŶƐƚƌŽŵĚĞƐs'ƐŝŵĞƚƌŝĞď
;ďĞŝĞŝŶŐĞƐƚĞůůƚĞŵ>ŝĐŚƚƐƚƌŽŵͲ
ǀĞƌŚćůƚŶŝƐͿ
Describes the max. inrush current of all ballasts in a circuit, to see "OTi DALI 50 220-240
calculate the maximum contact rating of the circuit.
1A4 LT2 FAN"
ƌŬůćƌƵŶŐ
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ĞƚƌŝĞďƐŐĞƌćƚŬŽŵƉĂƚŝďĞůŵŝƚĚĞƌ
hŵƐĐŚĂůƚnjĞŝƚĚĞƌŶůĂŐĞ͍
>ŝĐŚƚƐƚƌŽŵǀĞƌŚćůƚŶŝƐŝŵĞƚƌŝĞď
-
OTi DALI 90/220-240V/1A0 LT2 L
AA41286 / AA67888
WƌŽũĞŬƚŶƵŵŵĞƌ͗
YES
Lamp controlgear — Part 2̻13: Particular requirements for
d. c. or a. c. supplied electronic controlgear for LED modules
LED modules for general lighting — Safety specifications
Features
dLJƉͬĞnjĞŝĐŚŶƵŶŐ͗
OSRAM GmbH; Marcel-Breuer-Str. 6;
80807 München
Ja
Ja
Ja
DALI lamp failure
ƌŬůćƌƵŶŐ
ƵƐǁĂŚůŚŝůĨĞmďĞƌǁĂĐŚƵŶŐƐŵŽĚƵů͘ŝĞƐĞtĞƌƚĞ
ĚƺƌĨĞŶŝŵ^ƉĂŶŶƵŶŐƐďĞƌĞŝĐŚϭϴϲͲϮϲϬsŶŝĐŚƚ
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ŐĞŵĞůĚĞƚǁŝƌĚ͘
ŶŐĂďĞ,ĞƌƐƚĞůůĞƌ
> 20
ŵ
ƵƐǁĂŚůŚŝůĨĞmďĞƌǁĂĐŚƵŶŐƐŵŽĚƵů͘ŝĞƐĞtĞƌƚĞ
ĚƺƌĨĞŶŝŵ^ƉĂŶŶƵŶŐƐďĞƌĞŝĐŚϭϴϲͲϮϲϬsŶŝĐŚƚ
ƺďĞƌƐĐŚƌŝƚƚĞŶǁĞƌĚĞŶ͕ĚĂŵŝƚĞŝŶĚĞĨĞŬƚĞƐ
>ĞƵĐŚƚŵŝƚƚĞůĂůƐ&ĞŚůĞƌŐĞŵĞůĚĞƚǁŝƌĚ͘
< 10
ŵ
ƵƐǁĂŚůŚŝůĨĞ^ƚƌŽŵŬƌĞŝƐĞŝŶƐĐŚƵď
430
ŵ
ĞnjŝĞŚƚƐŝĐŚĂƵĨĚĞŶŵĂdžŝŵĂůĞŶŝŶƐĐŚĂůƚƐƚƌŽŵĚĞƐ
s'ƐũĞmďĞƌǁĂĐŚƵŶŐƐďĂƵƐƚĞŝŶ
ĞnjŝĞŚƚƐŝĐŚĂƵĨĚĞŶŵĂdžŝŵĂůĞŶŝŶƐĐŚĂůƚƐƚƌŽŵĚĞƌ
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ďĞƌƺĐŬƐŝĐŚƚŝŐĞŶnjƵŬƂŶŶĞŶ
53/200
ͬђƐ
N/A
ͬђƐ
>ŝĐŚƚƐƚƌŽŵŝŵĂƚƚĞƌŝĞďĞƚƌŝĞďnjƵƌ>ŝĐŚƚƉůĂŶƵŶŐ
15%
In battery opertion of the ballast, for the light calculation
>ĞƵĐŚƚĞŶ͕ĚŝĞĨƺƌĚĞŶŝŶƐĂƚnjĂůƐ^ŝĐŚĞƌŚĞŝƚƐůĞƵĐŚƚĞǀŽƌŐĞƐĞŚĞŶƐŝŶĚ͕ŵƺƐƐĞŶƵ͘Ă͘ĚĞƌEŽƌŵ/EEϲϬϱϵϴͲϮͲϮϮ;ĞƐŽŶĚĞƌĞŶĨŽƌĚĞƌƵŶŐĞŶͲ>ĞƵĐŚƚĞŶĨƺƌ
EŽƚďĞůĞƵĐŚƚƵŶŐͿĞŶƚƐƉƌĞĐŚĞŶ͘
luminaires, which are used for emergency lighting, must be according to the standard DIN EN 60598-2-22 (particular requirements - Luminaires for emergency
lighting) and DIN EN 62471 classification group 1 (Photobiological safety for lamps and lamp systems)
Control of function is done via DALI-Driver
In case of defective LED-module, the DALI- Driver OTi DALI 50 22-240 1A4 LT2 FAN has to be switched off via DALI command "0" to prevent possible disturbances
of CEAG-communication
Max. 1 DALI- Driver OTI DALI 50 L to wire with 1 V-CG-SB.1
PFC inside OTi DALI 50 L
Sniegon 07-2014
^ƚĂŶĚ͗Ɖƌ͘ϮϬϭϰ
CEAG_requirements OTi DALI 50 220-240 1A4 LT2 FAN SB.1_
/EKdͺŶĨŽƌĚĞƌƵŶŐĞŶĂŶĞƚƌŝĞďƐŐĞƌćƚĞ
Typical confi rmation papers from CEAG-EATON and INOTEC
Emergency lighting companies for central battery systems
OSRAM
DALI LED
drivers
Emergency lighting
company
Recommended emergency
lighting device
CEAG-EATON
V-CG-SB.1
INOTEC
DALI SV-Modul 851 032
Gessler, Rodgau
LB01/009 DD
Gessler, Rodgau
No need
Schuster, Grevenbroich
SET 009 DD
SET 010 DD
Schuster, Grevenbroich
No need
ASE, Kaarst
SET 010 DD
Comment
SIBELON – directly addressing DALI drivers
SETLON – directly addressing DALI drivers
ASE, Kaarst
No need
SETLON – directly addressing DALI drivers
Siemens, Regensburg
No need
KNX/DALI Gateway, Plus/Twin plus directly addressing DALI drivers
monitoring the AC installation
Additional compatibility information of other OSRAM LED drivers can be found in the OSRAM OEM Download Center at www.osram.com.
11.3
OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | 11 Emergency lighting with central and local battery systems
Emergency lighting with local battery sytems
Compatibility with local battery systems
In order to achieve compatibility with local battery systems,
topics such as compatibility of the output voltage range,
switch-over sequence and the fulfillment of the SELV
requirements of the system are important.
OSRAM and Mackwell have carried out intensive tests
regarding:
— Compatibility of the output operating range
— Behavior at range limits
— Switch-over sequence (switch-over criteria such as
overvoltage/undervoltage or switch-over time)
The tests have been performed with actual converters.
Regularly updated compatibilities can be found in the
OSRAM OEM Download Center.
Components and combinations
Emergency unit: Mackwell, ELEDD55 and ELEDD55/D1 (DALI version)
Battery pack: LabType, NiCd, 4.8V/2Ah
LED modules
Lab modules with switch
— PL-CORE-Z4-1100/2000/3000/5000-8XX
— PL-CUBE-2000/3000-8XX-0.5A/0.7A-G1
— PLVZ1-LIN-650-8XX-280-DC
— PLVZ1-LIN-1300/2200-8XX-560-DC
LED drivers
DALI or non-DALI
— OT FIT 25/220-240/500 CS and
OT FIT 35/220-240/700 CS
— OTi DALI 50/220-240/1A4 LTS FAN
— OTi DALI 50/220-240/1A4 LT2 L
Wiring diagram for LED driver, LED module and EL-kit
11.4
OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | 11 Emergency lighting with central and local battery systems
Functional description and wiring of the emergency
lighting unit
The emergency lighting unit ELEDD55 detects the level of
the mains supply and switches the LED operation from regular operation (mains-powered LED driver) to emergency
operation (DC/DC converter integrated in the emergency
lighting unit). If the mains supply drops below a threshold,
the unit switches off the mains-powered LED driver and
operates the LED module at 50–90 mA from the integrated
converter. If the mains recovers above the threshold, the
unit switches back to the mains-powered LED driver.
Switching between regular and emergency operation involves two relays: A primary-side relay that opens/closes
the L supply for the mains-powered LED driver and a secondary-side multi-contact relay that switches the load connection from the mains-powered LED driver to the DC/DC
converter or vice versa. The secondary-side relay is a dual-pole type.
Permitted OSRAM/Mackwell combinations
Light color
8XX=
Ok
Ok
Ok
Ok
827, 830, 835, 840
Ok
Ok
Ok
Ok
827, 830, 835, 840
PL-CORE-Z4-3000-8XX
1
1s1p OT FIT 35/220-240/700 CS
Ok
Ok
Ok
Ok
827, 830, 835, 840
PL-CORE-Z4-5000-8XX
1
1s1p OT FIT 50/220-240/1A0 CS
Ok
Ok
Ok
Ok
830, 835, 840
PL-CORE-Z4-5000-8XX
1
1s1p OTi DALI 50/220-240/1A4 LT2 FAN
Ok
Ok
Ok
Ok
830, 835, 840
PL-CUBE-2000-8XX-0.5A-G2
1
1s1p OT FIT 25/220-240/500 CS
Ok
Ok
Ok
Ok
830, 840
PL-CUBE-2000-8XX-0.5A-G2
1
1s1p OT FIT 35/220-240/700 CS
Ok
Ok
Ok
Ok
830, 840
PL-CUBE-3000-8XX-0.7A-G2
1
1s1p OT FIT 35/220-240/700 CS
Ok
Ok
Ok
Ok
830, 840
PL-CUBE-2000-840-0.5A-G2
1
1s1p OTi DALI 25/220-240/700 LT2
Ok
Ok
Ok
Ok
830, 840
PL-CUBE-3000-8XX-0.7A-G2
1
1s1p OTi DALI 25/220-240/700 LT2
Ok
Ok
Ok
Ok
830, 840
PL-CUBE-2000-840-0.5A-G2
1
1s1p OTi DALI 35/220-240/1A0 LT2
Ok
Ok
Ok
Ok
830, 840
PL-CUBE-3000-8XX-0.7A-G2
1
1s1p OTi DALI 35/220-240/1A0 LT2
Ok
Ok
Ok
Ok
830, 840
PL-CUBE-3000-8XX-0.7A-G2
1
1s1p OT FIT 50/220-240/1A0 CS
Ok
Ok
Ok
Ok
LED
driver
1s1p OT FIT 25/220-240/500 CS
1s1p OT FIT 35/220-240/700 CS
Combination
1
1
Number
PL-CORE-Z4-2000-8XX
PL-CORE-Z4-3000-8XX
Module
type
Fit for EL
unit & LED
module
Mackwell
ELEDD55/D1
Fit for EL
unit & LED
driver
Mackwell
ELEDD55
Fit for EL
unit & LED
module
OSRAM LED driver
Fit for EL
unit & LED
driver
OSRAM LED module
PLVZ1-LIN-1300-8XX-560-DC
4
1s4p OTi DALI 50/220-240/1A4 LT2 L
Ok
Ok
Ok
Ok
830, 835, 840, 850
PLVZ1-LIN-1300-8XX-560-DC
4
1s4p OT FIT 50/220-240/1A0 CS L
Ok
Ok
Ok
Ok
830, 835, 840, 850
PLVZ1-LIN-650-8XX-280-DC
4
1s4p OT FIT 35/220-240/700 CS L
Ok
Ok
Ok
Ok
850
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To-dos for the luminaire manufacturer
The following documents and tests have to be
prepared/carried out by the luminaire manufacturer
to ensure compliance:
1. Test report safety according to EN 60598-2-22
2. Test report EMI according to EN 55015
3. Test report immunity according to EN 61547
4. Test report EMF according to EN 62493
(electromagnetic fields)
5. CE declaration, battery pack is compliant with
EN 61951-1/-2 (or test report)
6. CE declaration, EL converter is compliant with
EN 61347-2-7 (or test report)
7. CE declaration, EL converter is compliant with
EN 62034 (or test report)
8. Test report harmonics according to EN 61000-3-2
9. Colors of status LEDs are compliant with EN 60073
10. Light distribution curve in emergency mode
If ENEC approval is required, the safety documents of point
5, 6 and 7 have to be given to a certified testing institution
such as VDE, ÖVE or TÜV.
Further information can be found in the OSRAM OEM
Download Center at www.osram.com.
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12 Abnormal conditions
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Overload
OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers are equipped with a reversible
electronic overload protection, which, in case of an overload condition, automatically reduces the output power or
completely disconnects the load to prevent damage to the
device or installation.
When the overload condition is removed, the LED driver
returns to its full output power or requires a mains reset.
Exceeding the maximum rated load (P/PN > 1) also bears
the risk of overheating the driver and can also lead to a
safety shutdown.
If an LED driver shuts down due to an overload, it may
enter a blinking mode, alternating between a complete
shutdown and a brief power-up of the system in order to
determine whether the overload condition is still present
in the installation.
Warning: Operating OPTOTRONIC® LED drivers continuously above the maximum rated power reduces the lifetime
of the driver and the maximum Tc temperature of the driver
may also be exceeded.
Partial/no load
OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers ensure safe and reliable operation of LED modules within the complete rated load range.
Behavior outside of the rated load range is specified in the
individual product datasheet.
Overtemperature
OPTOTRONIC ® drivers may become overheated due
to high-load operation, insufficient cooling or close-by
heat sources. Regardless of the source of overheating,
OPTOTRONIC ® drivers are protected against permanent
damage from overtemperature.
All OPTOTRONIC® drivers with EL approval withstand an
ambient temperature Ta of 80 °C for at least one hour.
Depending on the OPTOTRONIC® family, the driver reduces
the output power in case of overtemperature and, also depending on the family, eventually shuts down in order to
avoid permanent damage.
Warning: For safe and reliable operation and also to avoid
a reduction in lifetime, it is mandatory to keep the Tc temperature below the specified maximum value at all times.
Short circuit
Short circuit between both output wires
(LED+ and LED-)
OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers have a reversible electronic
protection against damage caused by a short circuit between LED+ and LED-. If a short circuit is detected, the
LED driver will cut off the output power.
Short circuit from any output wire to PE
A short circuit from any output wire to PE means shorting a
basic isolation, which is generally not allowed. The consequences for non-isolated drivers are different from the consequences for SELV drivers.
— Non-isolated drivers will break down. The internal fuse
of non-isolated OT drivers will blow in compliance with
the safety standards.
— SELV drivers will typically tolerate such a short circuit
without dramatic malfunction.
Input overvoltage
OPTOTRONIC ® drivers are able to withstand high and low
mains voltages for a limited time.
1. A high mains AC voltage stresses the driver and has a
negative impact on the driver lifetime. Typically, the permitted voltages are 275…350 V for a period of 2 to 48
hours.
2. Up to a certain limit, OPTOTRONIC® drivers have a builtin surge protection. A typical surge transient protection
is 1 kV between L and N and 2 kV between LN and PE
according to EN 61547, clause 5.7. For detailed values,
see the individual product datasheets.
Depending on the requirements, an additional surge
protection device may be neccessary for the protection
against high surge pulses.
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OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | 13 Installation notes
Residual-current circuit breakers
Problem
For LED drivers with protective earth (PE), both the high
short-term inrush current and the low leakage current from
the interference suppression capacitors in the LED drivers
can trigger the residual-current circuit breakers.
Solution
— Distribute luminaires across 3 phases and use 3-phase
residual-current circuit breakers
— Use surge-current-resistant, short-delay residual-current
circuit breakers
— If permissible, use 30-mA residual-current circuit breakers
Inrush current/maximum number of LED drivers per
miniature circuit breaker (MCB)
A starting current pulse of very short duration (< 1 ms) is
generated as the storage capacitor used for internal power
supply is charged.
In this case, the simultaneous charging of these capacitors
in the LED drivers means a higher system inrush current
than with the choke/starter fittings installed before. This
reduces the maximum number of LED drivers permitted
per MCB.
When using the values in the table on the next page,
please note the following:
— Switching is assumed to occur at the peak of the rated
AC input voltage, which is the worst case in terms of the
inrush current pulse.
— The type of circuit breakers (e.g. Siemens type 5SN I-2
and 5SX) has “B” tripping characteristic.
— If circuit breaker types with “C” characteristic are used,
the permitted number of LED drivers can be increased
by 70 % (please observe VDE-0100-410).
— The specified maximum number applies to single-pole
automatic circuit breakers. When using multi-pole automatic circuit breakers (2-pole or 3-pole), the permitted
number of units is reduced by 20 %.
— Circuit impedance: The specified loading applies with
reference to a line impedance of 800 mΩ. This corresponds to a 15-m-long cable with a diameter of 1.5 mm2
from the distribution board to the first luminaire and a
further distance of 20 m to the middle of the circuit. At
a line impedance of 400 mΩ, the permitted values are
reduced by 10 %. At 200 mΩ, they are reduced by 20 %.
13.2
OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers for indoor application | 13 Installation notes
Max. number of LED drivers permitted on MCBs with B and C characteristic
Product family
OTi DALI Linear SELV
Order number
I max
[A pk]
Th
[μs]
Max. units per circuit breaker
Type B
10 A
Type C
10 A
Type B
16 A
Type C
16 A
OTi DALI 35/220-240/700 LT2 L
4052899245389
32
100
18
31
30
51
OTi DALI 50/220-240/1A4 LT2 L
4052899028098
53
200
8
14
13
22
OTi DALI 80/220-240/2A1 LT2 L
4052899028074
53
200
8
14
13
22
OTi DALI 80/220-240/1A6 LT2 L
4052899028050
53
200
8
14
13
22
OTi DALI Linear
non-isolated
OTi DALI 60/220-240/550 D LT2
4052899188662
53
300
8
14
13
22
OTi DALI 90/220-240/1A0 LT2 L
4008321867568
53
200
8
14
13
22
OT FIT SELV
OT FIT 35/220-240/700 CS L
4052899032828
24
230
17
29
28
48
OT FIT 50/220-240/1A0 CS L
4052899032804
24
230
17
29
28
48
OT FIT 80/220-240/1A6 CS L
4052899032781
53
230
8
14
13
22
OTi 60/220-240/550 D LT2 L
4052899188419
53
200
8
14
13
22
OTi non-isolated
OT FIT non-isolated
OTi DALI Compact
SELV
OT ECO PC Compact
SELV
OTi 90/220-240/1A0 D LT2 L
4052899188556
53
200
8
14
13
22
OT FIT 30/220-240/125 D L
4052899032828
not relevant
not applicable
35
59
56
95
OT FIT 50/220-240/250 D L
4052899222571
not relevant
not applicable
35
59
56
95
OT FIT 50/220-240/350 D L
4052899222595
not relevant
not applicable
35
59
56
95
OTi DALI 25/220-240/700 LT2
4052899919457
20
< 100
25
42
80
136
OTi DALI 35/220-240/1A0 LT2
4052899919440
20
< 100
33
56
55
94
OTi DALI 50/220-240/1A4 LT2 FAN
4052899919433
30
200
12
20
20
34
OTe 10/220-240/700 PC
4052899105300
<5
100
55
93
85
145
OTe 13/220-240/350 PC
4052899105324
<5
100
55
93
85
145
145
OTe 18/220-240/350 PC
4052899105362
<5
100
55
93
85
OTe 18/220-240/500 PC
4052899105348
<5
100
55
93
85
145
OTe 25/220-240/700 PC
4052899105386
<7
100
40
68
65
110
OTe 35/220-240/700 PC
4008321825520
< 10
250
30
51
50
85
OT FIT 15/220-240/350 CS
4052899919426
24
174
17
29
28
48
OT FIT 25/220-240/500 CS
4052899919419
24
174
17
29
28
48
OT FIT 35/220-240/700 CS
4052899919402
24
174
17
29
28
48
OT FIT 50/220-240/1A0 CS
4052899166318
24
174
17
29
28
48
OT ECO Compact SELV OTe 25/220-240/420 CS
4052899917538
< 16
100
30
51
50
85
OTe 25/220-240/700 CS
4052899917545
< 16
100
30
51
50
85
OTe 35/220-240/700 CS
4052899917569
< 16
100
15
25
25
43
OTe 35/220-240/700 CS S
4052899917552
< 16
100
28
48
44
75
OTe 35/220-240/1A0 CS
4052899917668
< 16
100
15
25
25
42
OTe 35/220-240/1A0 CS S
4052899917651
< 16
100
28
48
44
75
OTe 50/220-240/1A0 CS
4052899917576
< 16
100
15
25
25
43
OTe 50/220-240/1A4 CS
4052899917583
< 16
100
15
25
25
43
OTe 50/220-240/1A0 CS FAN
4052899919396
< 16
100
15
25
25
43
OT FIT Compact SELV
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Maximum permitted length of control cables
If dimmers or dimmable drivers are used, every control protocol has a maximum permitted cable length that must be
observed. The table below lists the typical maximum cable
lengths that can be achieved with different control protocols without the use of repeater devices.
No parallel connection on the output side
OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers cannot be connected in parallel on the secondary side as this may lead to unequal load
distribution and overload of individual drivers. Series connection is also not permitted.
Parallel connection of OPTOTRONIC ® drivers
Typical maximum control cable lengths
Typical maximum cable length
1…10 V
Depending on type of control cable
230 V ~
DALI
300 m
Touch DIM ®/
Touch DIM ® Sensor
25 m (up to 20 devices), 100 m with
transformer/25 m (up to 4 devices)
DMX
300 m
EASY
100 m
-
-
OSRAM offers repeater devices for the 1…10 V, DALI and EASY control
protocols. For further details, please refer to www.osram.com/lms.
Warning: Do not operate DALI drivers with open DALI wires.
Recommendation
If you use DALI drivers without a DALI controller, we recommend to short-circuit the DALI wires in the sub-distribution
cabinet to avoid unwanted switching and unsynchronized
dimming caused by electrical distortions and coupling into
open DALI wires. This is also valid for installations with the
Touch DIM®/corridor function.
Technical background
Even low induced voltages can trigger the DALI Touch
DIM® function on the DALI input connector of the DALI
drivers. This antenna effect depends on the length and
position of the open DALI line. We recommend to shortcircuit an open DALI line of more than 10 m.
-
230 V ~
-
-
9
8
OT
OT
OT
OT
OT
OT
+
+
-
-
+
+
-
-
+
+
-
-
LED
module
LED
module
LED
module
+
-
+
+
-
-
LED
module
+
-
The exception are the constant-voltage drivers OT 50 E and
OT 75 E, which are designed to allow a parallel connection
of up to five (OT 50/120-277/10 E) or four drivers (OT
75/120-277/24 E). Only OPTOTRONIC ® drivers that can be
connected in parallel on the output side are marked with
the symbol below.
Symbol indicating that drivers can be
How to repair (reset)
If the DALI drivers are already triggered incorrectly, reset
the system according to the following steps:
1. Interrupt the mains to the DALI drivers and connect a
DALI control unit to the DALI input of the DALI drivers
(e.g. OSRAM DALI REPEATER).
2. After switching on the DALI drivers, they will check if a
DALI signal is connected to their DALI input and will
switch back to the DALI mode.
3. Interrupt the mains again, disconnect the DALI control
unit.
4. Short-circuit the DALI line.
5. Switch on the power.
connected in parallel on the output side
This information is valid for DALI LED drivers with Touch
DIM®/corridor function and for DALI ECGs for fluorescent
lamps.
13.4
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Output switching (switching between driver and
module)
Typically, OPTOTRONIC® constant-current drivers cannot
be switched on the output side during operation.
Only a few SELV Compact LED drivers such as OTi DALI
and OT FIT having the hot-plug function allow secondary
switching. Non-isolated drivers do not allow load switching
in operation.
OSRAM SELV drivers: OTi DALI SELV and OT FIT SELV
Temperature and lifetime
The lifetime of OPTOTRONIC® drivers is determined by the
lifetime of the used electronic components and their individual electric and thermal loading. Every OPTOTRONIC®
driver is marked with a so-called Tc point. For safe operation,
it is mandatory that the temperature at the Tc point does not
exceed the specified maximum temperature. This also ensures that OPTOTRONIC® drivers typically achieve a nominal
lifetime of 50 000 hours at a maximum failure rate of 10 %.
230 V AC
Load switching
not permitted
Î
OTe
230 V AC
Î
OT
FIT
9
9
8
Î
OTi
DALI
230 V AC
Expected lifetime of OPTOTRONIC ® drivers
LED drivers in operation [%]
Temp. at Tc
65 °C
75 °C
100
90
80
70
60
50
When installing an LED driver outside of a luminaire, make
sure not to install it too close to any other heat source in
order to avoid overheating. The exponential dependency
of the lifetime on temperature, however, also means that
the lifetime of an LED driver can be extended by operating
it below the specified maximum temperature at the Tc point
at all times. As a rule of thumb, you can expect up to double the lifetime for OPTOTRONIC® drivers when the temperature at the Tc point is kept 10 °C below the maximum permitted temperature at all times. The diagram on the right
shows the typical life expectancy of an OPTOTRONIC® driver
(with a nominal lifetime of 50 000 hours at a maximum Tc
temperature of 75 °C) at various Tc temperatures.
40
30
20
10
0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
LED driver lifetime [1000 h]
13.5
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Audible noise
The frequency-dependent sound pressure level generated
by an OPTOTRONIC® driver approximates the audibility
threshold, i.e. a person with normal hearing is virtually not
able to notice the noise generated by an OPTOTRONIC®
driver in a room. The overall sound pressure level is determined by the sound power level of the unit, the number of
units in operation and the absorption properties of the
room.
Permitted switching cycles per LED driver families
Number of LED driver
switching
cycles
> 1 000 000 DALI LED driver OTi DALI …
OPTOTRONIC ®
Intelligent DALI
DALI driver in stand-by
mode, switching via DALI
commands
DALI LED driver OTi DALI …
OPTOTRONIC ® OTi …
Intelligent DALI
Window driver
OPTOTRONIC ®
Intelligent
> 150 000
LED driver
OPTOTRONIC ®
FIT with 3 currents or fi xed
output
OT FIT …
Switching primary side
CS/OT FIT … ON/OFF
> 100 000
LED driver
OPTOTRONIC ®
ECO
OTe/OTe PC Switching primary side
(Phase Cut) ON/OFF
> 20 000
Constant-voltage drivers
OT 24 V or
OT 12 V
®
To avoid noise from dimming, dimmable OPTOTRONIC
drivers should be installed in a way that prevents the transfer of vibrations to any resonance surface.
Internal tests by OSRAM have even shown much higher
possible switching cycles without any failure of the tested
OPTOTRONIC ® drivers and OSRAM LED modules. An
additional benefit of the LED solution is the fact that a
minimum “burn-in” time – as with fluorescent lamps – is
not necessary.
Comment
> 150 000
Note: For drivers with a high level of distortion where the
mains voltage deviates significantly from a sine wave, a
“chirping” sound may be heard from the choke coils in the
driver’s input stage.
Permitted switching cycles and use of motion/
presence detectors
OPTOTRONIC ® constant-current LED drivers and OSRAM
LED modules are specified for a minimum of 100 000
switching cycles. This means that when switching 50 times
a day (about 18 000 switching cycles per year), a minimum
of 5 years of reliable operation is possible with OSRAM
systems in areas with more frequent switching, such as car
parks, corridors, lifts and logistic areas.
LED driver
reference
Switching primary side
ON/OFF
Switching primary side
ON/OFF
For applications where a higher number of switching cycles
is required, OSRAM recommends the use of OPTOTRONIC®
DALI LED drivers, which are permanently in stand-by mode
(on mains voltage) and only switch with the DALI commands 0 = 0 % luminous flux and 254 = 100 % luminous
flux or other required light levels. Because of this, no
ON/OFF switchings of the driver and no inrush currents can
influence the lifetime of the DALI LED driver or LED module.
This operating mode therefore allows 1 000 000 switching
cycles.
Another option to use DALI LED drivers is in corridors –
with a low permanent light level of 5–10 % for orientation
and a light level of 100 % when presence is detected.
Possible DALI solution for corridor application: DALIeco in corridor function mode (2 alternating light levels)
For more details about DALIeco, please see: www.osram.com/dalieco.
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14 Standards for LED drivers,
LED modules and LED luminaires
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General information on standards
All OPTOTRONIC® drivers are designed to meet or exceed
applicable standards for their use in lighting applications.
Safety
The safety requirements for LED drivers are defined in
EN 61347-2-13.
OPTOTRONIC ® indoor drivers are available in two insulation
classes:
— SELV drivers (double/reinforced isolation between input
and output, LEDset)
— Non-isolated drivers (no isolation between input and
output, LEDset)
OPTOTRONIC ® LED drivers have the following safety
features:
— Overload protection
— Short-circuit protection
— Partial-load/no-load-safe
— Overtemperature operation
— Input overvoltage and surge protection
Performance
The performance standard EN 62384 defines the optimal
operation of LEDs with LED drivers, ensuring that LEDs are
only operated within their specified operating parameters.
This guarantees best performance and maximum lifetime of
suitable LED modules. All OPTOTRONIC® drivers with the
ENEC mark are approved according to EN 62384.
Radio interference
The requirements, e.g. limits for conductive and radiated
disturbances, are defined in EN 55015. The length of output cables must not exceed the values specified in the
product datasheets to meet the requirements of radio interference suppression.
Note: The luminaire manufacturer is responsible for measuring and verifying EMI compliance of the complete luminaire
as the level of radio interference will vary depending on the
luminaire construction. Especially primary and secondary
cable lengths and their routing may have a significant effect
on radio interference.
EC directives
EC directive
Low-voltage directive
2006/95/EC
Product-related safety standards
Photobiological safety, EMF standard
Electromagnetic
compatibility 2004/108/EC
EMC standards: EMI, immunity,
harmonics and flicker
Energy-related products
2009/125/EC (ecodesign)
Requirements in the directive
Hazardous substances
2011/65/EU (ROHS, REACH)
Requirements in the directive
EMC (electromagnetic compatibility)
EMC is specified as a series of different test criteria. These
are radio interference suppression (EMI), immunity to interference and voltage fluctuations, flicker and harmonic content (up to the 39th harmonic).
Harmonic content of the mains current
Lighting equipment is subjected to restrictions on harmonics.
The maximum permissible limits are defined in the standard
EN 61000-3-2, classification in class C for lighting equipment. All OPTOTRONIC® drivers fulfill the strict harmonic
limits below 25 W and above 25 W, even though LED products below 25 W are excluded from the requirements. This
means that OPTOTRONIC ® drivers already fulfill the upcoming stricter requirements for LED products below 25 W.
This is important even for large installations because it
does not matter if 1 000 low-wattage luminaires or 250
high-wattage luminaires have to be installed.
Immunity
The immunity requirements are specified in EN 61547. This
guarantees protection against interference from external
high-frequency fields, discharge of static electricity and
transient overvoltages on the mains supply.
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Standards for LED products
Drivers for LED modules
International
Europe
Safety driver
IEC 61347-2-13
EN 61347-2-13
Safety luminaires1)
IEC 60598-1
EN 60598-1
Performance
IEC 62384
EN 62384
EMC
EMC
EMC
EMC
CISPR 15
IEC 61547
IEC 61000-3-2
IEC 61000-3-3
EN
EN
EN
EN
IEC 62493
EN 62493
–
–
–
–
EMI
immunity
harmonics
fl icker
EMF (electromagnetic fi elds)1)
55015
61547
61000-3-2
61000-3-3
1) Independent LED driver
LED modules
International
Europe
Safety LED modules 4)
IEC 62031
EN 62031
Safety luminaires 3)
IEC 60598-1
EN 60598-1
CISPR 15
IEC 61547
IEC 61000-3-2
IEC 61000-3-3
EN
EN
EN
EN
IEC 62717
–
EMC
EMC
EMC
EMC
–
–
–
–
EMI1)
immunity 1) 2)
harmonics1)
fl icker 1)
Performance
55015
61547
61000-3-2
61000-3-3
EMF (electromagnetic fi elds)1) 3) IEC 62493
EN 62493
Photobiological safety4)
EN 62471
IEC 62471
1) LED modules with built-in driver
2) LED modules with external driver, ESD and immunity tests
(high energy pulses L-N, PE) apply
3) Independent LED modules or if parts are accessible
(outside of the luminaire)
4) Test for photobiological safety included in safety standard 62031
LED luminaires
International
Europe
Safety luminaires –
general requirements
IEC 60598-1
EN 60598-1
Safety luminaires –
additional requirements
IEC 60598-2-xx EN 60598-2-xx
special luminaires special luminaires
Performance
IEC 62722-2-1
–
EMC
EMC
EMC
EMC
CISPR 15
IEC 61547
IEC 61000-3-2
IEC 61000-3-3
EN
EN
EN
EN
EMF (electromagnetic fi elds)
IEC 62493
EN 62493
Photobiological safety
IEC 62471
EN 62471
–
–
–
–
EMI
immunity
harmonics
fl icker
55015
61547
61000-3-2
61000-3-3
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14.3
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