DALI MC+ - Aura Light

DALI MC+ - Aura Light
DALI MC+
Datasheet
Multi Control Module
DALI control module with four GPinputs for pushbutton switches and
potentiometers
Art. Nr. 86459532
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DALI MC+
DALI MC+
Multi Control Module
Overview
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Compact DALI control unit with 4
general purpose inputs
Each input can be configured for
digital or analog input signals
Momentary switches or 100kΩ
potentiometers are connected directly
to the DALI MC+
The following standard DALI
commands can be assigned to
switching actions: dim up, dim down,
off, recall min, recall max, goto scene
1-16, direct arcpower in % as well as
predefined and self-configured
macros (DALI command sequences).
Colour temperature adjustment is
supported. Implemented DT8commands are STEP COOLER and STEP
WARMER
For analog inputs the input signal is
converted directly into a DALI arc
power level. The conversion can be
triggered periodically or by a
predefined event.
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A switching action or a change in the
input voltage signal (>2%) can be
selected as trigger event for the
conversion.
The DALI MC+ also has an adjustable
„power-up“-function. In other words a
user-defined command can be sent on
power up (e.g. after a power failure)
Individual addresses (1-64), group
addresses (1-16) or broadcast can be
set as destination.
Configuration can be set up with DALICockpit and DALI-USB interface
Multiple DALI MC+ modules can be
used on the same DALI-line.
The module can be installed in the
conduit box behind a momentary
switch.
The DALI MC+ is supplied directly via
the DALI signal line.
Specification, Characteristics
type
article number
supply
typ. current
consumption
input
output
function
permitted ambient
temperature
protection class
connecting wire cross
section
wiring length to
momentary switches
geometry
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DALI MC+
86459532
via DALI signal line
4.1 mA
4 x GPI
DALI
programmable
0°C-50°C
IP20
0.5-1.5 mm
2
50 cm
geometry
40mm x 28mm x 15mm
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connection diagram
typical application
Installation
The DALI MC+ is connected to the DALI-line. It
is powered like all DALI modules directly by a
DALI PS via the DALI signal line. A typical value
of the DALI Switch current consumption is <4
mA.
The connection to the DALI-line is polarity free
and protected against overvoltage of up to
270Vac.
drawing). For more details check the
instruction manual of the DALI Switch, the
DALI Tutorial and the description of the DALICockpit.
For simple applications the factory settings
can be sufficient (dim&switch function). In this
case there is no need for a DALI USB interface
and a configuration tool. The factory setting is
described below.
Destination Address: Broadcast
The compact DALI MC+ can easily be installed
in recessed conduit boxes.
Addressing and Configuration
Via a DALI-USB interface the DALI-Cockpit
software tool can communicate with the DALI
MC+. So the desired functionality can be
configured easily on PC.
The DALI-Cockpit software is a free
configuration tool for DALI systems. Hence
standard DALI ballasts can be addressed and
configured as well as the DALI MC+1. DALICockpit and DALI-USB Interface are required
for configuration only and can be removed for
standard operation (see typical installation
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beside the DALI Switch all other Lunatone DALI
components are supported
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Input T1: digital, switch to last recent level
Input T2: digital, dim up
Input T3: digital, switch off
Input T4: digital, dim down
Adjustable Functionality
With the help of the DALI-Cockpit the DALI
MC+ can be configured. Any input can be
configured for analogue or digital input
signals.
When used as analogue input the input signal
is either converted directly to a DALI dim level
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or be processed by a threshold algorithm and
handled like a digital input signal.
Options for the trigger are periodic conversion
or event based trigger.
When configured as analogue input an offset
value for the input value range can be defined.
Below this value the DALI output is 0,
furthermore the trigger for the conversion can
be defined.
For each digital input a high level on flexibility
and individualism is offered due to the
parameters available. Switching mode,
destination addresses and DALI commands
belong to the settings for a momentary
switch. By means of the switching mode
different actions for brief and long depress
time can be defined for the momentary
switches for miscellaneous applications.
The functions vary from simple push buttons
or toggle push buttons via lighting based push
button dimming keys to standard stairwell
function with configurable delay time. A
complete overview is given in the table below.
DALI-Value
250
200
150
100
50
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0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100
Input Value in % of Maximum
1
Function
Push Button
Action
short/long: 1 *
command X
Description
Briefly pressing or holding down the push button will send
command X one time
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Push Button
short: 1 * command X
Briefly pressing or holding down the push-button will send
command X one time
Holding down the push button will send command X once and
then command Y once
long: 1 * command X
then 1 * command Y
3
Push Button
short: 1 * command X
4
Push Button
Toggle
long: 1 * command X
then repeatedly
command Y
short: toggle between
command X and Y
5
Push Button
Toggle
Briefly pressing or holding down the push-button will send
command X one time
Holding down the push button will send command X once and
then command Y repeatedly
Briefly pressing the push button will alternate between
sending commands X and Y
short: toggle between
command X and Y
lighting status based
Briefly pressing the push button will alternate between
sending commands X and Y lighting based:
If the light was previously switched off -> command X
If the light was previously switched on -> command Y
6 Push Button short: toggle between
Briefly pressing the push button will alternate between
Dimming Key command X and Y,
sending commands X and Y lighting based:
lighting status based
If the light was previously switched off -> command X
If the light was previously switched on -> command Y
long: dimming, lighting Holding down the dimmer switch dims or brightens the
status based
lighting.
9 Stairwell
short/long: command X, If the pushbutton is pressed, command X is sent and the runFunction
after run-on time
on time starts. Once the run-on time elapsed, command Y is
command Y
sent.
10 Push Button short: 1*command X on Briefly pressing the push button and release will send
release
command X
long: command Y
Holding down the push button will send command Y repeated
repeated
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11 Push Button
1 * command X, then
command Y repeated
without long button
delay
Pressing the pushbutton will den command X and then
command Y repeated without long button press delay.
In addition to the switching mode the reaction
on a depress action has to be defined. It
consists of a DALI command and up to 4
destination addresses.
Individual addresses (1-64), group addresses
(1-16) or broadcast can be set as destination
address.
In the table below a summary of the DALI
commands available is given.
command command
number name
DIRECT ARC
POWER
0
OFF
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16-31
function
direct arc power Level in %
off
dim up (using fade rate)
dim down (using fade rate)
increases light level by one
STEP UP
increment
decreases light level by one
STEP DOWN increment
RECALL MAX recalls MAX value
RECALL MIN recalls MIN value
decreases light level by one
STEP DOWN increment, if value at MIN
AND OFF
switch off
ON AND STEP increases light level by one
UP
increment, if OFF switch on
GO TO SCENE go to scene 0-15
Sequential Scenes
(3Byte)
Dynamic Scenes
(9 Byte)
DALI-Reset
(1 Byte)
user defined cmds
(5 bytes per
command,
19 commands max.)
DT8 Cooler 3x
(0 Byte)
DT8 Warmer 3x
(0 Byte)
UP
DOWN
As an alternative to the transmission of any
single DALI command initiated by a depress
action, it is possible to transmit a set of
commands within a DALI-macro. This option
can be used for either predefined processes
(such as a scene sequencer) or any userdefined sequence of DALI-commands.
macro
(required memory)
Go Home
(2 Byte)
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function
Light dims down to DAP 0
with predefined fade time,
Switch On
(4 Byte)
Switch Off
(3 Byte)
Dim Up (after Switch
Off)
(3 Byte)
then fade time is set back to
a programmable value
Selectable scenes (or OFF)
will be sent sequentially
with each button press.
Dynamic sequence of up to 4
selectable scenes, fadetimes
and delays, stops with next
button press
Sends DALI-Reset (address
can be deleted optionally)
A user defined macro file
can be loaded to the switch
Activates DT8 and sends
STEP COOLER command 3x
Activates DT8 and sends
STEP WARMER command 3x
Switches to last recent level,
works only in combination
with Switch Off
Stores last recent level and
switches off
Allows to Dim Up from OffState to MAXLEVEL, when
having used Switch Off
before
For each push button a macro memory of 96
bytes max is available. The sum of CmdX and
CmdY macro memory may not exceed this
value. For more details on the selection of
predefined macros and the ability to create
custom macro files check the manual of the
DALI-Cockpit configuration software.
Another configurable feature is the “powerup”-function. This is a user-defined reaction
on a power up. The following options are
available for the DALI Switch Cross:
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no action
OFF
go to scene 0-15
To take the startup-time of DALI-ballasts into
account a delay time can be configured
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between power up and the start of
transmission of the selected command.
This functionality of the DALI MC+ can thus be
interpreted as an extension for DALI control
gears. Although those ballasts have a POWER
ON LEVEL for mains power up, they don’t have
a predefined dim level for bus voltage return.
With the help of this feature the SYSTEM
FAILURE LEVEL (which is set at a bus voltage
loss) can be overruled.
using the DALI USB
http://lunatone.at/en/downloads/Lunatone_
Art24138923_DALI_USB_Datasheet_EN.pdf
DALI PS – power supply for a DALI line
http://lunatone.at/en/downloads/Lunatone_
Art24033444_DALI_PS_Datasheet_EN.pdf
Contact
Slave Mode
Technical Support: support@lunatone.com
The DALI MC+ offers the possibility to read out
the state of the switches and the analogue
values of the inputs. Hence the module can be
used for evaluating analogue and digital input
signals only.
Requests: sales@lunatone.com
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DALI Instruction Set
The DALI MC+ operates as control device on
the DALI-line and transmits the predefined
DALI-commands when a momentary switch is
pressed. It is based on the standard for DALI
Control Gears (IEC 62386-102). In addition to
the DALI commands mentioned above the
special command for writing the data transfer
register and command 47 (STORE DTR AS
FADE RATE) are implemented. Furthermore
the ACTIVATE command and the DT8commands STEP COOLER and STEP WARMER
are used for colour temperature control.
Additional Information and
Equipment
DALI-Cockpit – free configuration tool from
Lunatone for DALI systems
http://lunatone.at/en/downloads/Lunatone_
DALI-Cockpit.zip
DALI-Manual http://www.daliag.org/c/manual_gb.pdf
DALI USB – PC interface for DALI system. The
DALI-Cockpit can access DALI components
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