LRM2070, LRM2080, LRM2090 Datasheet OccuSwitch DALI sensor

LRM2070, LRM2080, LRM2090 Datasheet OccuSwitch DALI sensor
LRM2070, LRM2080, LRM2090 Datasheet
OccuSwitch DALI sensor/controller
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General description
The OccuSwitch DALI is a combined sensor and controller. It will dim
and switch on the lights in a room or area on occupancy and available
daylight, with options for local override, parallel operation and network
links to Building Management Systems (BMS).
Savings of up to 75% can be achieved with functions like daylight
depending dimming, occupancy control and over dimension correction.
The OccuSwitch DALI is designed for an office area of 20 to 25 m2,
or a classroom of around 40 m2 but the area can be doubled, or even
tripled, with the extension sensor LRM8118. Up to 15 drivers (usually
luminaires) can be controlled.
A detachable wiring connector enables easy installation and mounting
in the ceiling. Separate Wieland cables are available for an even easier,
faster, trouble-free installation.
It is possible to link up to 22 (advanced only) OccuSwitch DALI units in
parallel to cover larger areas with a specific “open plan” mode to ensure
maximum comfort and savings.
The LRM2090 can be linked to most BMS or other control systems that
have standard DALI interfaces (up to 64). This makes simple yet very
effective control scenarios possible in a building.
2
52
80
95
LCC2070
cable set
LN
7-pole
STELVIO
plug MRT3
P 5,08/07
V01 VE
7-pole
STELVIO
plug MRT3
P 5,08/07
V01 VE
500
52 mm
2 inch
X
DA
X
DA
LN
LCC2080
cable set
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BST14
Dimensions in mm
GST18i3
BST14i2 female
ale
BST14i2 fem
BST14i2 female
GST18i3
60 mm
40 mm
60 mm
Ø 95 mm
The OccuSwitch DALI family exists of:
LRM2070 Basic functionality
LRM2080 Parallel operation
LRM2090 DALI interface for BMS or other network
LCC2070 Wieland cable for LRM2070
LCC2080 Wieland cable for LRM2080 and LRM2090
LRH2070 Ceiling mounting box
LCU2070 Push-button Unit for 4 switches
IRT9090
Extended IR programming tool
LRM2070, LRM2080, LRM2090 Datasheet
OccuSwitch DALI sensor/controller
Applications
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Typical applications
The OccuSwitch DALI is designed for use in offices and similar
applications like schools, including corridors, meeting rooms, etc. It
is optimized for recessed ceiling mounting and for mounting heights
between 2.5 and 4 meter.
The surface box allows surface mounting as well, with either recessed
wiring or surface-mounted ducts.
The advanced OccuSwitch DALI can be connected in parallel (max 22)
to cover larger areas like open plan offices. The use of different mains
groups or even phases is no problem.
Features
LRM2070
Window/corridor and dynamic offset control
For optimal energy savings the window and corridor luminaires are
controlled separately as indicated in the graph. Window-side lights will
switch off (or not switch on at entrance, the daylight override function)
when sufficient daylight is available. The corridor side however will by
default dim to minimum only, hence indicating to the user that the
system is operational. This feature can be disabled.
100%
80%
LRM2080
30%
1%
max. offset
Energy indicator
The LED on the OccuSwitch DALI indicating movement or
communication will change color depending on the energy usage.
Dimming levels below 40% will show a green color, below 70% yellow,
and above 70% red.
LRM2090
LRM2080
LRM2070, LRM2080, LRM2090 Datasheet
OccuSwitch DALI sensor/controller
Function
1 Window
2 Corridor
3
Additional presence
4
Additional absence
The additional luminaire groups can switch on together with the
window and corridor groups or only switch on manually (absence).
All groups will switch off when the area is vacated. Pre-programmed
luminaires will be recognized upon start-up.
Auto commissioning
The OccuSwitch DALI can determine the installed lux level and take
this as set point for the daylight depending regulation. This is easy to use
without the need for a Lux meter.
DALI network interface
The LRM2090 can be controlled with a DALI network interface. This
means that this device can be connected to most BMS or other control
system with a DALI interface. This enables functions like switching on/
off, dimming, scenes and queries for lamp/driver states, the set light level
and even more functions.
With an specific gateway, supporting the OccuSwitch DALI BMS
functions, it is also possible to use parallel occupancy control, very much
like the OccuSwitch DALI advanced.
Commissioning tool
The OccuSwitch DALI can be commissioned with IRT9090 Extended
IR programming tool. With this tool the light level can be set, walk test
mode be started and window/corridor be assigned. The IRT9090 can
also be used to set the desired mode, Start-up behavior, IR group and
assign more luminaire channels.
IRT9090
100 hours burn-in
Many lamp manufacturers advise not to dim fluorescent lamps for a 100
hours period prior to normal use. Especially to maintain the light quality
at (very) low dimming. The OccuSwitch DALI can do this automatically.
During 100 hours lights will not be dimmed, and all dimming functions
are disabled.
Only during walk test (to test the installation) and commissioning
dimming is allowed to make the necessary adjustments.
Extension sensor
The LRM8118 extension movement detector can be used to double
the movement detection area. This sensor is connected to the same
DALI channel as the luminaires. Installation is simple since mains is not
required.
Each LRM8118 connected counts as a driver on the DALI line.
Ø 63.5
25.9
DALI group
Walk test mode
With the IRT9090 the walk test mode can be started. This makes it
possible to check if the OccuSwitch DALI and the connected luminaires
are correctly installed and fully operational, quick and easy.
2
DALI addressing
The OccuSwitch DALI can be used with one channel only or two
(window / corridor control), using the physical outputs (LRM2070 only).
However all versions can be used with DALI addressing as well. Up to 4
groups can be defined.
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Ø 72
Dimensions in mm
LRM8118 extension sensor
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OccuSwitch DALI sensor/controller
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Push-button Unit
The LCU2070 Push-button unit (PBU) makes it possible to connect
up to 4 switches to the OccuSwitch DALI, to dim and switch different
DALI groups. This PBU is connected to the DALI channel DA and/
or X for LRM2070 or DA only for LRM2080 and LRM2090. It derives
its power form the DALI channel, so no additional power supply is
required. The PBU uses the same interface technique as the one for
Touch & Dim. Press briefly and it will switch on when off, and off when
on. When pressed for a longer time, it will alternatively dim up and
down.
For all functions
1
0
click
LCU2070
Push button interface
0
0
0
1
2
LRM8118
Extension sensor
0
1
2
2
2
Max. drivers
per OSD
15
14
13
12
11
Smart Timer
On some occasions with very little movement it is possible that the
standard delay time of the OccuSwitch DALI is too short. If movement
is detected during switch off (including fade this takes 10 seconds), the
delay timer is automatically increased by 10 minutes.
Detection area and shielding
click
press shortly
0 lights off
1 lights on
6m
4m
120°
5m
8m
press longer
0 lights dim down
1 lights dim up
Detection pattern
Up to two PBUs can be used on a single OccuSwitch DALI. It is possible
to interconnect (single) switches to several PBUs to control several
OccuSwitch DALI units.
Each LCU2070 connected counts as a driver on the DALI line.
If the shield is retracted the
detection pattern will be cut on
one side (120°) as indicted in the
diagram.
The OccuSwitch DALI detection pattern (see drawing) is 4 by 5
meters for small movements (desk work) and 6 by 8 meters for larger
movements like walking.
We strongly suggest using the 4 by 5 meters for the design. It is also
the right range for the Light Sensor (for daylight depending regulation).
The detection area of the movement detector can be extended by two
extension sensors (LRM8118) each with a equal detection pattern as
the OccuSwitch DALI.
LCU2070 Push-button unit
Note: the LCU2070 requires the /10 (or higher) versions of the
OccuSwitch DALI
LCU2070/00
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Made in E.U.
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LCU2070 wiring
DA+
DA 1
2
3
4
5
6
DALI line on OccuSwitch DALI
Black
DA +
Black
DA -
White
COM
Common
Red
SW1
(Window) Touch and Dim
Purple
SW2
(Window + Corridor + Extra Auto-on) Touch and Dim + Daylight Dependent Regulation
White
COM
Common
Green
SW3
(Corridor) Touch and Dim
Yellow
SW4
(Extra Manual-on) Touch and Dim
LRM2070, LRM2080, LRM2090 Datasheet
OccuSwitch DALI sensor/controller
LRM 2090
The BMS version has a second DALI interface (X connector).
This interface makes it possible to connect the OccuSwitch DALI to a
building management system using a controller or gateway with a DALI
interface. The OccuSwitch DALI will act as a DALI slave.
This also makes it possible to use DALI user interfaces to override the
OccuSwitch DALI.
This interface is fully compliant to DALI but the unit will act, of course,
differently than a standard DALI driver.
Response to DALI commands
If a DALI command is received by the OSD BMS (for instance a direct
arc power command) all luminaires in all groups connected to the
OccuSwitch DALI will respond, and respond in the same way.
The OccuSwitch DALI sends most of these DALI commands directly to
the drivers (luminaires).
Every command that changes the output level will disable the daylight
depending regulation, and this is valid as long as there is motion. If there
has been no motion for the set occupancy delay time (timer has run
out), then the light will go on in daylight regulation mode. The daylight
regulation is also enabled after sending a SCENE 1 command.
Response to DALI queries
The OccuSwitch DALI will respond to all DALI queries like a DALI
(#102) driver.
A query on the ACTUAL LEVEL will result in the average value of the
window and corridor side.
The OccuSwitch DALI performs a regular scan on the connected
drivers. Queries on status and lamp failure will report the result of this
scan, if a single driver reports an error, the OccuSwitch DALI will do as
well.
Other queries like MAX LEVEL will show the value and status as stored
in the OccuSwitch DALI.
Parallel mode
The LRM2090 supports parallel mode. This means that units can work
in parallel, very much like the advanced (LRM2080) version. Within
one DALI channel a maximum of 64 OSD-BMS (LRM2090) can be
connected and you can create 16 groups, and therefore 16 rooms or
areas.
Depending on the mode, each unit in a specific group will react on
movement detected by itself or any other unit using the same group
assignment.
In all modes except mode 6 and 9 all units work in complete parallel. In
mode 6, corridor linking is active and in mode 9, the smart open plan
control is active (for more information on the different modes refer to
page 11 and 12).
When using OccuSwitch DALI BMS without a controller or gateway,
either standalone or in groups, a DALI power supply (connected
to the “X” bus) is required to enable communication between the
OccuSwitches.
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Smart open plan
In mode 9, the LRM2090 will react differently to neighboring (so in the
same group) occupancy detection. If the lights were off, lights will switch
on, but at the so-called background level. Only if the unit itself detects
occupancy, the light will it be set according to the predefined lightlevel.
Daylight depending regulation is active in both situations. Only if none of
the units detect occupancy (and each delay timer has elapsed) the lights
will be switched off.
Advanced functions for a BMS
The LRM2090 can be connected to a standard DALI gateway as
described earlier.
To enable the advanced functions of the OccuSwitch DALI BMS, a
specific gateway is required.
There are 4 gateways that can be used:
DALI <-> Lon (using LonMark)
Loytec LDALI (LDALI-3E10x) with 1, 2 or 4 DALI channels
DALI <-> BACnet
Loytec LDALI (LDALI-ME204) with 4 DALI channels
DALI <-> KNX
Philips PDBC120-DALI-KNX with 1 DALI channel
DALI <-> DyNet
Philips Dynalite DDBC120-DALI-DyNet with 1 DALI channel
The Loytec gateways need separate DALI power supplies.
The different gateways offer different functionality.
Integration with occupancy
All gateways pass occupancy information from the OSD to other
devices in the network (e.g HVAC and sunblinds).
All gateways do this in groups, you cannot “see” an individual OSD
sensor. Only groups of OSDs are visible, where either one, or more, or
all, sensors are detecting occupancy. This is similar to the parallel mode
(see earlier) and parallel operation is also active. This method reduces
the amount of traffic on the bus and saves commissioning time for the
building system, since only one connection needs to be made for a
room or area.
Compatibility
All gateways come with all the necessary tools (the Loytec gateways
even support off-line DALI commissioning) for the common integration
tools like ETS, LNS™, LonMaker™ and Newron NL facilities™.
The CEA-709 (Lon) gateway fully supports the LonMark standards.
Exceptions
• When SCENE 1 is sent to the Occuswitch DALI, it will begin daylight
regulation using the predefined light level settings.
• Any command resulting in a different output level will (re)start the
occupancy timer. If you need to keep the lights on (or off) you need
to repeat the command periodically with a shorter repeat time than
the set occupancy timer.
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Addressing
The OccuSwitch DALI supports the standard ways to address units.
All address (including grouping) related commands are NOT relayed to
the connected drivers.
It is also possible to use the IRT9090 to set the address of the unit.
This is only possible when the address has not been set before, or after
a clear of the address by pressing two times 9 on the IRT9090 (which is
confirmed by a blink of the connected lamps).
Aim the IRT9090 at the OSD and within 5 seconds press the required
2 digit address on the numeric keypad, for instance 15 (press 1 and 5),
or 05 (press 0 and press 5).
The OccuSwitch DALI will blink its LEDs and connected lights to
confirm the new settings.
Corridor linking
Units that are in mode 6 (corridor), will react to signals from its own
group, but also from others. This creates the possibility to leave the
lights on in the corridor if occupancy is detected in one of the adjacent
rooms, even if the lights are switched off (manually or by daylight).
2
3
4
5
6
7
Energy calculator (Loytec gateways only)
The gateway and OSD work together to form a beautiful energy
calculation function. With very little commissioning, energy usage can be
calculated.
After commissioning, the OSD knows the number of luminaires it is
controlling. It constantly records the dimming value (per DALI group,
e.g. window and corridor), multiplies it by the number of luminaires, and
adds this to the previously recorded values.
The gateway collects this per BMS group but also per gateway channel.
The gateway requests this value via either the BMS commissioning or
the web interface.
Note: this calculation can only be made if the same luminaires are used
(but this is often the case in an office or school).
HVAC and blind control (Loytec CEA-709 (Lon) only)
These gateways support the use of a User Interface (UI). This UI
is a Infrared communicating remote control that combines light,
temperature setting, fan control and blind control in a single device.
This is a perfect way to give the users the possibility to set the
environment to their wishes and add flexibility (no wires needed), all at
minimal costs.
The UI is set according to the user’s wishes and needs, and therefore is
only available in projects.
1
9
8
Note: The corridor group must also include all the other surrounding
group numbers (e.g. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9). The group numbers
mentioned here, sometimes referred to as BMS group number, can
be configured through the gateway only and have no relation to DALI
group numbers!!
DisiplineFunction
HVAC
Temperature,
Offset to setpoint
Ventilation
Fanspeed
Blinds
Movement
Rotations
Value
-3, -2, -1, 0, +1, +2, +3
0, 33%, 66%, 100%
Up, down, stop
15° up/down
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Mechanical installation
The OccuSwitch DALI can be mounted in two ways; recessed in
the ceiling or surface-mounted using the ceiling box. The ceiling box
(LRH2070) has a breakout port for cable ducts and a breakout
centerpiece.
1
2
80-82 mm
3
> 50 mm
3
≤ 30 mm
4
1
2
LRH2070
LRM20xx
Datasheet
5
max. 185 mm
4
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Electrical installation
The OccuSwitch DALI can be installed with either conventional wiring
or Wieland connectors. For the second option, the Wieland cable
(LCC2070 or LCC2080) is required. The OccuSwitch DALI comes
with a detachable mains connector for easy installation. This connector
is removed if the Wieland cable is used. The mains connection is
protected by a retractable cover and secured with two tie wraps.
The DALI signal from a driver or luminaire, although low voltage and
isolated from mains, cannot be treated as a safe signal (SELV). All wiring
and isolation materials used must be similar to mains wiring (FELV).
The same applies to the network connection of the LRM2080 and
LRM2090.
LRM2070
2
1
–
X
+
–
DA
+
na
N
3
L
L
N
4
5
LCC2070 or LCC2080
LRM2080
LRM2090
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OccuSwitch DALI sensor/controller
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Commissioning
Desired standard light level
There are three ways to set the light level.
Automated mode
Step 1Press the OccuSwitch DALI button
for 3 seconds until the LEDs start a
yellow/green sequence
Step 2Release and press again, the LEDs will
now blink red/green
Step 3Clear the area beneath the
OccuSwitch DALI
Step 4Within 10 seconds the auto
calibration starts
Lights will switch off and on to
determine the installed lux level
Lights will flash to indicate a successful
operation
The calibration is finished.
Manual with normal control
Step 1Use a remote or switch to set the
desired light level
Step 2Press the OccuSwitch DALI button
until the LEDs start a yellow/green
sequence
Step 3Clear the area beneath the
OccuSwitch DALI
Step 4The light level existing 10 seconds
after step 2 is used as set point
Lights will flash to indicate a successful
operation
The calibration is finished.
Delay time occupancy control
With the rotary dial it is possible to select a time delay of 70s, or 5 to
30 minutes (in 5 minute increments).
Further commissioning
Using IRT9090
The OccuSwitch DALI will acknowledge commissioning commands by
flashing the lights.
The IRT9090 extended IR programming tool has a narrow beam to
prevent that neigboring OccuSwitch DALI units are programmed by
mistake. You must be within 17 meters of the device and aim exactly
at it.
Rotary
Max. 17m
= 1x
IRT9090
Send command
commissioning tool
Luxmeter
Calibrate light level
Manual with IRT9090
Step 1Use the up and down keys to create
the desired light level
Step 2 Press the “SAVE” button
Step 3The lights will flash once to indicate
calibration was successful.
LRM2070, LRM2080, LRM2090 Datasheet
OccuSwitch DALI sensor/controller
Settings done by IR remote.
The following settings are sent all at once with the green SEND button.
After selection of the function the red LED on the transmitter will
switch on.
Change IR group
Both the OccuSwitch DALI and transmitters can operate in 7 different
groups. Both the transmitter and OccuSwitch DALI must be in the same
IR group.
Select “group A-G” followed by the desired IR group (A-G, buttons
1 to 7).
Change power-up behavior
The OccuSwitch DALI switches the output on when it is connected to
the mains. If the area is vacated, the lights will switch off after 5 minutes.
It is possible to leave the output off and start movement detection
30 seconds after the mains is connected.
Select “power up ON/OFF” followed by either “on” or “off ”.
Restore defaults
To restore the default settings, aim the IRT9090 towards the
OccuSwitch DALI and press on “reset” and press SEND.
Attention
The IRT9090 will transmit all parameters when the SEND
button is pressed.
Error states
The OccuSwitch DALI is designed to create (if possible) a safe situation
if the device itself or its peripherals fail.
Depending on the failure the OccuSwitch DALI will continue “as good
as possible” or switch the lights on.
The LED on the device will be always yellow and will not switch off,
even if there is no movement or communication detected.
Please refer to the manual of the OccuSwitch DALI for more
information and diagnostic flow charts.
Attention
The OccuSwitch DALI should not be used in the following
situations:
• In applications outside the specification range, most notabley heights
above 4 meter.
• Environmental conditions other than in a normal office environment
(temperature, humidity).
• In applications with heat sources like electrical heaters, within the
detection range of the device.
• In applications with (semi-continuous) IR appliances like IRDA
communication, IR communication between PDA and phones and
other devices, headsets operating with IR communication, etc.
Please note that some devices with IR communication send IR
messages, even when there is no active communication link. These
features must be disabled.
• In applications with electronic drivers that operate up or near
a frequency of 36Khz. Also when these drivers are not used in
combination with the device, but the light from the lamps they
operate is visible to the IR receiver.
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LED
Flash Red, Yellow or Green
Circulation (long/short)
Yellow/Green
Red/Green
Green/Red
Movement or communication
detected.
Red = 100 – 70%
Yellow = 70 – 40%
Green = 40% - off
Auto commissioning with current
light level
Auto commissioning
DALI commissioning in progress
Continuously
Green (when lights are on)
Yellow
Red In 100 hours burn in mode
(no dimming possible)
Internal error
Short circuit on DALI channel
Fast sequence
Red/Yellow/Green
Trigger received from parallel unit
(LRM2080 only)
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OccuSwitch DALI sensor/controller
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OccuSwitch DALI Modes
The OccuSwitch DALI is set, by default, with a generic set of
parameters for a standard office. But it is possible to recall 8 other
application (specific cell, open plan or meeting room) modes as
mentioned below.
This makes the system very flexible for all different kinds of applications.
With the aid of the extended IR programming tool IRT9090 specific
modes can be selected. Once selected, the mode can be stored and
copied via a point and shoot method. The mode will be stored in a nonvolatile memory. Even when the luminaires are switched off for a longer
period, stored parameters are kept.
The modes are compatible with the Actilume system’s modes, except
for modes 4 and 5.
Mode 1
Cell office
Mode 6
Corridor
Auto on
Auto on
Mode 2
Open plan office
Auto on
T1
T2
T1
T2
T1
T2
Mode 7
Toilets
Auto on
DDR off
Mode 3
School, classroom
Manual on
Mode 4
Cell office
Comfort mode
EN 12464
Mode 5
Open plan office
Comfort mode
EN 12464
Mode 8
Meeting rooms
Mode 9 **
Open plan
Always light
Auto on
Mode 10
Open plan
Comfort mode, always light
Custom mode
** T his mode works differently for the advanced (LRM2080) and network (LRM2090) OSD when compared with OSD basic (LRM2070). For LRM2080 & LRM2090 the
lights will switch off (the basic never switches off) when none of the advanced OccuSwitch DALI units in the parallel network detect movement. If one or more do detect
movement, all other units will go to background level.
Class room
Cell office*
Open plan*
Corridor
Toilets
Meeting room
Open plan office**
Custom
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0
10
10
10
N.a.
10
N.a.
Infinite
0
15
60
0
0
0
120
N.a.
Window only
Disabled
Disabled
Window / corridor
N.a.
N.a.
N.a.
Window only
N.a.
Window / corridor
Window / corridor
Disabled
Window / corridor
Window / corridor
Window / corridor
Window / corridor
Window / corridor
Window / corridor
N.a.
Window only
Window only
Disabled
Window / corridor
Window only
Window only
Window / corridor
Window only
Window only
N.a.
Background lighting
Local occupancy
Local occupancy
Local occupancy
N.a.
N.a.
Local occupancy
Local occupancy
Local occupancy
Daylight dependent Daylight dependent Parallel link period
regulation
switching
(Advanced only)
none of the advanced OccuSwitch DALI units in the parallel network detect movement. If one or more do detect movement, all other units will go to background level.
* Equals mode 1 and 2, but without MD active. Do not use these modes for normal applications.
** T his mode works differently for the advanced (LRM2080) and network (LRM2090) OSD when compared with OSD basic (LRM2070). For LRM2080 & LRM2090 the lights will switch off (the basic never switches off) when
N.a.
Auto ON/OFF
Manual ON/auto OFF 10
Auto ON/OFF
Auto ON/OFF
Disabled
Disabled
Manual ON/auto OFF 10
Auto ON/OFF
10
Open plan office
Window only
2
0
10
Cell office (default)
1
Auto ON/OFF
Smart timer Background period Daylight override
(minutes)
(minutes)
Mode Application
Occupancy
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OccuSwitch DALI sensor/controller
Safety
The OccuSwitch DALI uses DALI or DALI-like signals to
communicate to other devices, drivers or BMS systems.
The interfaces (DA and X) on the OccuSwitch DALI have
additional isolation from mains (SELV). However most DALI
devices (like drivers in luminaires) only provide basic isolation
between mains and DALI. Therefore to avoid installation safety
issues, all interface wiring (also on the X-Interface) should be
treated as FELV, so mains-rated isolation is required.
We strongly recommend to always use cabling with mainsrated isolation to prevent potentially unsafe installations.
Short circuit and protection
The DA (all units) and X (LRM2070 and LRM2080) interface
provides DALI (or other) power in order to be able to
communicate. These interfaces are protected against a short
circuit if used within specification. External power (DALI)
supplies can only be used on the BMS DALI network of the
LRM2090 (X-interface). The use of more than 22 LRM2080
units in parallel connected on the X-interface can damage the
X-interface circuit. The network (X) interface of the LRM2090
has extended protection against mains connection. For all
OccuSwitch DALI devices, the DA and X interface (except
X-interface on LRM2090) will be damaged beyond repair if
mains power is connected. Although safe, smoke and a strong
smell can occur if this happens.
Parallel mode
The LRM2080 OccuSwitch DALI advanced supports parallel
mode for occupancy control (X-interface). This means that
the separate units have their own daylight-depending and
local control and their own settings. Only the MD signal from
connected units is shared. This means that lights will stay on if
one of the connected systems detects movement. Lights will
stay on and only switch off, or go to background level when
the last MD timer in the group elapses.
The exception to this rule is mode 9. The parallel link is
refreshed every 60 seconds. So when movement is detected a
signal will be given, then after 60 seconds repeatedly, until the
timer elapses. This signal is visible on the unit.
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Technical data
Environmental conditions
Storage conditions
Temperature
Relative humidity
Operating conditions
Temperature Relative humidity Mains connection
Voltage Power consumption
Connector screw terminal Wire range Mains distribution system Interfaces
Parallel interface (LRM2080 only)
BMS interface (LRM2090 only)
DALI output interface
Protocol Load capacity -25 ºC to +85ºC
10% to 95 %; no condensation
+5ºC to +50ºC
20% to 85%; no condensation
230VAC +/10%; 50/60Hz
Stand-by <1 W (without DALI
load)
Max. 1.7 W (with 15 drivers)
MRT3P5.08-7VE or MVSTBW 2,5/7-ST-5.08
0.75 to 2.5 mm2
Note wires must be >= 0.75 mm2
TN-S, 16A max, with Neutral
grounded
Up to 22 units in parallel
Free topology wiring and polarity
sensitive
DALI compatible
Up to 64 units in parallel
(depending on control device
used as master)
Free topology and polarity
insensitive
Bi-phase coded according to
EN 60929 Ed 3.0 annex E
Network polarity and polarity
insensitive
Maximum 15 DALI devices per
output (for LRM2070 X+DA
Interface)
Protection Transmission rate DALI voltage Connector type General
LED indicators Switch off delay Light levels Detection range Light sensor Interface is short-circuit proof
Max. 1200 bits per second
11.5VDC to 21.5VDC
Wieland BST 14i2; blue
Standards Classification Pollution Over voltage Approbation Protection Class Flammability Glow wire test Insulation EMC
Compliance IEC Immunity IEC Emission IEC EN 61347-2-11 Lamp control
gear, Particular requirements for
miscellaneous
electronic circuits used with
luminaires
EN 60598-1 Luminaires, General
requirements and tests
Class I
degree 2
category III
Product complies with the
relevant European Directive (CE)
ENEC
IP20
UL94 V-0
960°C/5s
Supplementary insulation
between Mains and SELV
see text
1,5,10,15,20,25,30,35* minutes
* IRT9090 only
250 to 1000 Lux (30% reflection)
see detection pattern, page 4
see diagram, page 4
EN 61347-2-11 / EN 60598-1
EN 61547
EN 55015 and EN 55022,
Class B
LRM2070, LRM2080, LRM2090 Datasheet
OccuSwitch DALI sensor/controller
Packing data
Type
LRM2070
LRM2080
LRM2090
LCC2070
LCC2080
LRH2070
LCU2070
IRT9090
LRM8118
LRH8100
Dimensions
(mm)
105 x 95 x 58
105 x 95 x 58
105 x 95 x 58
150 x 150 x 25
150 x 150 x 25
105 x 95 x 58
160 x 110 x 5
238 x 46 x 27
80 x 72 x 40
80 x 80 x 40
Ordering data
Type
MOQ
LRM2070/30 Basic
1
LRM2080/30 Advanced
1
LRM2090/30 BMS
1
LCC2070/00 cable Basic
1
LCC2080/00 cable Adv + BMS
1
LRH2070/00 Surface Box
1
LCU2070/00 PBU
1
IRT9090/00 Extended IR programming tool
1
LRM8118/00 Extensions sensor
1
LRH8100/00 Sensor Surface Box Ext. Sensor 1
3222 636 33208
07/2014
Data subject to change
www.philips.com/controls
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Material
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
cardboard
cardboard
cardboard
plastic bag
plastic bag
cardboard
plastic bag
cardboard
cardboard
plastic bag
Ordering number
9137 003 32904
9137 003 33004
9137 003 33103
9137 003 33703
9137 003 33803
9137 003 33903
9137 003 35103
9137 003 59103
9137 003 24703
9137 003 18903
EAN code level 1
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net
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EAN code level 3
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0.15
0.15
0.14
0.14
0.08
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EOC
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870268 00
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730783 99
519203 99
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