IRT 8050/00 Two-key wall transmitter
IRT 8050/00
Two-key wall transmitter
8
80
93
Dimensions in mm
8
80
Philips
Lighting
28
Product details
• The IRT 8050 is a multi-purpose
two-key transmitter suitable for
the infrared remote control of
lighting installations and other
building related equipment.
• The IRT 8050 can be used to
switch and/or regulate lighting
in individual control circuits, to
select lighting presets, to operate
sun blinds and to switch
HVAC (heating, ventilation airconditioning) systems to comfort
or standby.
• The two large keys can have
27 different sets (combinations)
of control functions and 5
programming functions (for
operational modes).
• The unit is suitable for wall
mounting and for table top
operation. The Infrared radiation
pattern, however, has been
optimised for wall-mounted
operation.
• As a special feature it offers
the possibility to operate two
different control circuits using
the "toggle key" principle.
Toggle keys alternately send two
different codes, i.e. the code
changes each time the key is
pressed. Thus two functions can
be controlled with one key, e.g.
"Circuit 1 ON - Circuit 1 OFF"
or "Blinds UP - Blinds STOP".
• The transmitter has an
integrated "teach mode"
and can thus be used as
programming tool for group
and channel addresses.
• The actual function is selected
by 5 dip switches in the battery
compartment. Table 3, in the
section "Miscellaneous", shows
the setting of the dip switch for
the 27+ 5 possible sets of key
functions.
• The group address of the
transmitter can be selected with
3 dip switches in the battery
compartment. Table 2, in the
section "miscellaneous", shows
the exact settings.
• The key function can be
selected and batteries can be
exchanged without removing
the unit from the wall.
• Transmission of infrared signals
and the teach mode / normal
mode is indicated by a red LED
on the front of the unit.
• Battery life-time (with Philips
Power Life batteries - 1050
mAh) has been calculated at
over 5 years for an average of
50 normal key-operations per
day.
IRT 8050/00
Two-key wall transmitter
Applications
• The IRT 8050 is primarily intended for the infrared remote control of
individual lighting control circuits and for control of sun blinds in
systems with combined lighting and non-lighting building functions.
• Selection of presets is possible using “multiple-touch” operation, i.e.
a sequence of 1, 2, 3 or 4 short key presses.
• It offers an easy to find, fixed point control to switch on basic lighting.
• The IRT 8050 can be used in combination with, HELIO, TRIOS and
SCENIO. It may serve as the replacement of the IRC 2310 and the
IRT 8060.
• The IRT 8050 can replace the IRC 1310 and IRT 8060 in IFS
applications with the following restrictions:
IFS channels a and b in IFS groups 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8 can be
controlled using Helio channel 4 and 5 in Helio groups A, B, C,
D and E respectively.
IFS channels a, b and c in IFS groups 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 can be
controlled using Helio channel 1, 2 and 3 in Helio groups A, B,
C, D and E respectively.
IFS channels a, b and c in IFS group "general" can be controlled
using Helio channel 1, 2 and 3 respectively in Helio group
"general". For details see table 1.
IFS group
Helio group
IFS group
Helio group
0
A
1
A
2
B
3
B
4
C
5
C
6
D
7
D
8
E
9
E
-
*
*
a
4
channel
b c
5
-
a
1
channel
b c
2 3
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• The IRT 8050 can be used as programming tool, thus offering the
same functionality as the TRIOS programming tool IRT 1090. For
programming of group and channel addresses of a controller, the
transmitter must be set in the "teach mode" by pressing both keys
simultaneously for more than 2 seconds. A flashing LED indicates the
teach mode.
When the left key is pressed, the transmitter sends the codes that set
the group address of the controller to the same group address as the
transmitter. If the transmitter is set to the "general" address, no group
addressing codes are generated.
When the right key is pressed, the transmitter sends the codes that
set the controller to the channel address that corresponds to the
actual function of the transmitter.
Channel addressing is only possible in case the actual functionality of
the transmitter includes channel commands. If the transmitter is set for
instance to call a preset or to operate sun blinds, no channel
programming codes can be generated. If the transmitter is set to
operate two channels (with toggle keys), the channel addressing
codes in teach mode correspond to the left key (i.e. the lowest
channel address, except for the ch5/ch1 combination). After
programming has been completed, the transmitter can be reset to
normal operation by pressing both keys again, until the LED lights
steadily.
The operational mode of a controller can be changed by setting the
dip-switches in the transmitter to the required operational mode and
pressing one of the keys.
max. 3 meters
Table 1: The IRT 8050 in IFS applications
Figure 1: IR radiation in teach mode
NOTE: when transmitting of addressing codes and operational mode
commands, the infrared radiation pattern of the IRT 8050 is reduced to
a narrow beam, in order to facilitate selective programming of luminaires
or controllers. Therefore the transmitter must be pointed at the receiver.
The maximum distance is 3 meters. The beam of radiation is perpendicular
to the front of the transmitter (see also figure 1). The red LED can be used
as reference for directing the transmitter to the receiver.
IRT 8050/00
Two-key wall transmitter
Technical data
Number of keys
Number of indicator LED's
Number of IR-LED's
Carrier frequency
Supply voltage
Number of batteries
Battery type
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
Installation
Opening the unit
In order to reach the mounting holes, to set the function and address
dip-switches and to insert the batteries, the unit can be opened using
the keys as "doors" This can be done without any tool by lifting first
the left key and then the right key from the bottom centre part
(see figure 2).
2
1
5
36 KHz. (RC5 standard)
6.0 V nominal
4 each 1.5 V nominal
LR03, AAA Power Life
(1050mAh)
Positioning
The transmitter IRT 8050 is suitable for wall mounted operation and for
table top operation. When mounted on the wall, the unit must be
located between 1 and 2 meters under the ceiling.
The corresponding receiver must be located in the ceiling, within a
circle around the transmitter, with a maximum radius of between
3 and 6 meters respectively (see figure 3).
Environmental conditions
operating conditions
temperature
: 5...50°C
relative humidity
: 20...85 %
condensation
: not allowed
storage conditions
temperature
: -25...85°C
relative humidity
:
5...95 %
The IRT 8050 should not be exposed to direct sunlight or to high
temperatures and should not be used in damp rooms such as
bathrooms
Dimensions
: 93 x 80 x 28 mm
(max. height x width x depth)
Weight
: 0,070 Kg (without batteries)
0,115 Kg (with batteries)
Housing
Material
: ABS
Colour
: White (Bayer 0177 - close to
RAL 9010)
Mounting
: screws 3.5 to 4.0 mm.
diameter, through mounting
holes in battery compartment
EMC
immunity
: in accordance with EN 50082-1
radiated interference
: in accordance with EN 50081-1
Reliability
call rate
: 1% per year (estimated)
life time
: 10 years (estimated)
Mounting
The transmitter can be fixed to the wall using round headed screws
of 3.5 to 4.0 mm diameter or with two pieces of double sided sticking
tape. (60 x 19 mm). See figure 4.
Battery handling
Batteries must be replaced simultaneously. Always use a set of
4 batteries from the same brand with the same production date.
Please make sure that batteries are inserted with the correct polarity.
Inverted batteries may cause damage to the transmitter
(See installation instructions).
Disposal of batteries must be in accordance to local regulations.
IR receiver
Ø 5 mm
r
h
✓
Ø 3.5 - 4 mm
1
h (m)
1
1.5
2
2
Figure 2: Opening the unit
Figure 3: Positioning
1
r max (m)
3
4.5
6
2
2x 60 x 19 mm
Figure 4: Fixation
IRT 8050/00
Two-key wall transmitter
Miscellaneous
Table 2: Group address selection
Dip switch
position
1
2
3
•
•
•
•
•
•
Helio - Trios
groups address
Scenio
group address
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
General
1
•
•
•
•
•
•
2
4
5
6
7
8
•
•
• •
•
•
•
• •
• • •
•
• •
•
•
•
•
•
•
• •
• • •
•
•
•
•
•
•
1
1
1
•
LEFT KEY
Function
RIGHT KEY
Function
Ch 1 Off / Down
Ch 1 On / Up
Ch 2 Off / Down
Ch 2 On / Up
Ch 3 Off / Down
Ch 3 On / Up
Ch 4 Off / Down
Ch 4 On / Up
Ch 5 Off / Down
Ch 5 On / Up
All Off
Preset 1
All Off
Preset 2
All Off
Preset 3
All Off
Preset 4
Blinds Down
Blinds Up
Ch 1 On ⇔ Ch 1 Off
Ch 2 On ⇔ Ch 2 Off
Ch 2 On ⇔ Ch 2 Off
Ch 3 On ⇔ Ch 3 Off
Ch 3 On ⇔ Ch 3 Off
Ch 4 On ⇔ Ch 4 Off
Ch 4 On ⇔ Ch 4 Off
Ch 5 On ⇔ Ch 5 Off
Ch 5 On ⇔ Ch 5 Off
Ch 1 On ⇔ Ch 1 Off
All Off
Preset 1 ⇔ Preset 2
•
All Off
Preset 1 ⇔ Preset 3
•
All Off
Preset 1 ⇔ Preset 4
Preset 4 ⇔ Preset 3
• = ON
1
•
•
1
• •
•
All Off
Preset 4 ⇔ Preset 2
•
•
All Off
Preset 4 ⇔ Preset 1
•
• •
• • •
•
•
•
• •
All Off
P1, P2, P3, P4
All Off
P4, P3, P2, P1
Blinds Down ⇔ Stop
Blinds Up ⇔ Stop
•
• •
Light Level Down ⇔ Stop
Light Level Up ⇔ Stop
SCENIO ONLY
• •
All Off (1+2)
Preset 1
SCENIO ONLY
Operational Mode 1
Operational Mode 1
Operational Mode 2
Operational Mode 2
Operational Mode 3
Operational Mode 3
4
4
•
2
3
•
• •
•
•
• •
• • •
•
teach mode
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Absent + All Off
Setpoint 0 + Preset 1
Operational Mode 4
Operational Mode 4
Operational Mode 5
Operational Mode 5
group addressing codes
channel addressing codes
IR Group
Address
Function
Remarks:
In order to avoid unexpected and inconsistent
system reactions, the lighting "toggle functions"
can be used for switching only!
Do not use toggle keys;
• with more transmitters in one room
• in combination with a movement detector
• in centrally controlled systems
Channel commands are not applicable for Scenio.
All Off
1
ON
DIP Switch Position
12345678
Table 3: Functions of the keys
1 In all code sets of the type Px ⇔ Py ("toggle
key") and all off, the all off key resets the
other key to the Px command. Thus the
lighting will always be switched on at Px,
regardless the status before switch off .
2 For the window blinds "toggle functions" up
⇔ stop and down ⇔ stop, both keys reset
the other to the first command. (i.e. only the
last operated key will generate a stop
command). Additionally, both keys are
automatically reset to the first command,
1 minute after the last key press. Thus a
consistent operation is maintained, even with
centrally controlled window blinds.
3 For the SCENIO "toggle functions" up ⇔ stop
and down ⇔ stop, both keys reset the other
to the first command. (i.e. only the last
operated key will generate a stop command).
Additionally, both keys are automatically reset
to the first command, 1 minute after the last
key press. Thus the correct operation of the
up and down keys is maintained when for
some reason the stop command was not
given (e.g. after dim up to maximum or dim
down to minimum).
4 Multiple touch keys:
A sequence of 1, 2, 3, or 4 short key presses
will call different presets. Time between two
subsequent presses must be less than approx.
0.5 seconds.
IRT 8050/00
Two-key wall transmitter
Memo card
Memo cards (see figure 5) are printed at the rear side of the keys .
These cards show the address setting (left key) and the 12 most
common key functions (right key). Space has been reserved to mark
the settings used.
ON
ON
1 2 3
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
✓
2
3
✓
•
•
•
•
4
•
= ON
1
• normal mode
a constant LED when the two keys are pressed indicates that the
transmitter reverted to normal mode. After key release the LED is
switched off.
4 5 6 7 8
GROUP ADDRESS
•
Indications and Diagnostics
• "teach mode"
A flashing LED indicates that the teach mode has been selected.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
5
•
•
•
•
6
•
•
•
•
* •
Figure 5: Memo cards at rear side of keys
Packing data
Type
Unit box
Outer box
Ordering Data
Type
IRT 8050/00
Related documentation
Installation Instructions
HELIO Handbook
UNILON Handbook
SCENIO system handbook
TRIOS system handbook
TRIOS luminaires handbook
7
8
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Box dimensions
(mm)
124 x 92 x 50
205 x 192 x 133
MOQ
8
• transmission indication
A fast flashing LED during key press indicates that infrared radiation
takes place.
• = ON
Ch 1
Ch 2
Ch 1 - 2
P1
P4
P1/P4
P4/P1
P1,2,3,4
SCENIO
LUX WV
WLVL
Qty
Material
1
8
card board
card board
Ordering number
9137 003 10703
Weight (Kg)
net
0.115
0.92
EAN code level 1
87 11559 517070
(English
(English)
(English)
(English)
(English)
gross
0.160
1.380
EAN code level 3
87 11559 517087
3222 636 40010
3222 636 49000
3222 636 49010
3222 636 49020
3222 636 49030
3222 636 49040
IRT 8050/00
Two-key wall transmitter
3222 636 30060
10/98
Printed in the Netherlands
Data subject to change
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