KNX DALI gateway REG-K/1/16(64)/64 For your safety Getting to

KNX DALI gateway REG-K/1/16(64)/64 For your safety Getting to
KNX DALI gateway REG-K/1/16(64)/64MTN680191© Merten2005V6801-561-0007/08
Connections, displays and operating
elements
KNX DALI gateway REG-K/1/16(64)/64
Operating instructions
The appliance connections and the learning button and
programming LED elements required for KNX commissioning can only be accessed in the distribution board
when the cover is removed.
The keys required for DALI commissioning and parameterisation (SCROLL, Prg/Set, ESC) can only be operated
when the distribution board's cover is closed. Similarly,
the 2-row display and the control LEDs (PWR and ERR)
can only be seen when the distribution board's cover is
closed.
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To connect the KNX cable, a standard bus terminal is
plugged into the corresponding terminal receiver on the
device. Double basic insulation between the KNX installation and the mains voltage must be ensured. For this
purpose, the cores of the KNX cable must additionally be
insulated with the enclosed shrink hose. When connection is complete and the supply voltage is activated, the
product designation and firmware version will be shown
in the display.
J
Device is ready for operation
Commissioning without KNX
Possible short circuit
within the DALI segment.
Check the DALI segment's wiring!
K
For your safety
¼
DANGER
Risk of fatal injury from electrical current.
All work carried out on the unit may only be performed by skilled electricians. Observe the regulations valid in the country of use, as well as the
valid KNX guidelines.
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I
C D
Operating and menue structure
E
A
Ethernet connection (RJ-45 socket)
B
KNX bus terminal
C
Programming LED
D
Programming button
E
Mains connection
F
DALI output terminal
The KNX DALI gateway REG-K/1/16(64)/64 (referred to
below as the gateway) connects the cross-function KNX
bus with the DALI bus designed exclusively for lighting
control. Luminaires with cost-effective digital DALI electronic ballasts can therefore be integrated into a KNX
complete system in the form of a subsystem and operated by a wide range of available KNX devices.
G
Connection for 1st floating key
H
Connection for 2nd floating key
I
Display
J
SCROLL key
K
Prg/Set key
L
ESC key
The gateway serves as the DALI master and power supply for the connected electronic ballasts. Up to a maximum of 64 electronic ballasts in a total of 16 groups can
be switched, dimmed or set to a defined value. The current light value or the error status of each group (luminaire or electronic ballast errors within the group) can be
made available for a visualisation via KNX. In addition,
the 64 electronic ballasts can be individually activated
via KNX or via KNX group addresses. In the case of individual activation, one programmable object is available
per electronic ballast.
M
PWR LED (green): Operating display
N
ERR LED (red): Error display
Getting to know the Gateway
One error status is available for each electronic ballast.
Lamps and electronic ballast errors can thus be precisely located. Total activation of all connected electronic ballasts via broadcast (without requiring DALI
commissioning) can also be carried out via three objects. Additionally, up to 16 lightscenes can be programmed and called up from the individual groups.
Scene activation is effected via a 1-byte object.
DALI commissioning and configuration can be performed as follows:
1. via the device
2. via a software tool (free of charge)
3. via the integrated web server
4. via a portable web panel or a PDA
5. via two binary inputs, e.g. for connecting push-buttons
to the device (building site operation).
Suitable for installation on DIN rails EN 50022.
The bus is connected using a bus terminal.
A data rail is not required.
Network, DALI and push-button lines are connected using screw terminals on the device.
The pin assignment shown on the housing must
be observed!
A
B
The connected DALI segment can be commissioned
and DALI parameters can be set and altered entirely using the three operator buttons (SCROLL, Set/PRG, ESC)
and the 2x12 row display on the front face of the device.
The operation concept is menu-based. Up to two lower
levels can be selected for each menu item. The respective menu item is shown in the display. Navigation within
the menu is as follows:
SCENE ASSIGNMENT submenu - level 2 and 3
DALI CONTROL submenu - level 2
2 Press ESC key (or automatically after approx. 30 s):
Returns to the level above.
SCENE01 XXXX Retrieve the individual scenes using
XXXXXXXXXXX the SCROLL key. First display row:
Number of the selected scene.
After the scene number: Symbolic
display of which of the groups 1 to 16
is assigned to the respective scene.
"X": the corresponding group is assigned to the scene. „-“: the group is
not assigned. First display row: The
four characters after the scene
number correspond from left to right
with the groups 1 to 4. The 12 characters in the second display row correspond from left in ascending order
with groups 5 to 12.
SCENE03 ---Long actuation of the Prg/Set key:
XXXX------XX
Switches to the programming mode.
Flashing cursor on the first X = selected group 1. Brief actuation of the
SCROLL button: Selects whether the
corresponding group should be assigned to the selected scene (switches between X and - characters). Brief
actuation of the Prg/Set key: Cursor
(and possible setting) is moved to the
next group. After cycling through all 16
groups: Setting is saved and taken
into account during the next scene
programming. Actuating the Prg/Set
key automatically returns to the level
above.
1 Press the Prg/Set key: Switches from the DALI
CONTROL main menu to the LANGUAGE submenu.
SCROLL key: Short push-button action activates the
next menu item within a level.
Prg/Set key: Short push-button action activates the respective sub-level.
ESC key: Short push-button action to leave the selected
level and return to the level above.
Mounting the Gateway
1
2
3
2 Connect the connecting cable for the DALI bus to
the upper left terminal.
The DALI control cables can be guided into a 5-core cable together with the power line (basic insulation sufficient), according to IEC90929. Clear labelling must be
guaranteed, however. A maximum line length of 300 m
for the entire DALI installation of a segment must not be
exceeded (recommended cross-section 1.5mm2).
After connecting the DALI cable, the two external pushbuttons can be fitted according to the connection diagram, if necessary. The push-button inputs are passive,
which means that an auxiliary voltage of AC 8-26 V or
DC 9-32 V is required.
3 Connect the mains voltage (according to the connection order shown on the housing) to the lower
right terminal.
Displays the product designation and
firmware version. Display language
setting.
Displays the IP address set in the ETS
or assigned by the DHCP server.
NEW
Resets the connected DALI devices
INSTALLATION and starts the automatic search run for
electronic ballasts.
REINSTAL
Starts the automatic search run and
LATION
configuration adjustment, where required.
GROUP
Assignment of the electronic ballasts
ASSIGNMENT found to desired DALI groups.
GROUP
Setting/modifying the parameters of
PARAMETERS the individual groups.
SCENE
Assignment of DALI scenes to the deASSIGNMENT sired associated groups.
GROUP
Switching the entire installation
TEST
(broadcast) and individual channels
for test purposes.
SCENE
Retrieves the individual programmed
TEST
scenes for test purposes.
SYSTEM
Present system errors can be reTEST
trieved individually.
FUNCTION
Setting the function of the floating
INPUT B1
push-button input B1.
FUNCTION
Setting the function of the floating
INPUT B2
push-button input B2.
If a process is activated in a lower level or if a parameter
is altered, the programming mode must be switched to at
the selection position.
To do this, actuate the Prg/Set button for longer than 2 s.
If the respective function is in programming mode, a ->
symbol appears in the display.
GROUP ASSIGNMENT submenu - level 2 and 3
1 Press the Prg/Set key: Switches from the GROUP
ASSIGNMENT main menu to the submenu. Within
this menu, the individual EBs found during the
search process can be assigned to the 16 DALI
groups or existing assignments can be altered.
GROUP ASSIGNMENT
EB no.:12
GROUP: --
IP ADDRESS submenu - level 2
1 Press the Prg/Set key: Switches from the
IP ADDRESS main menu to the submenu.
IP: 192.168.
004.101
Displays the IP address currently set in
the ETS or assigned by a DHCP server
in the IP network. The setting cannot be
changed on the device. Setting is performed via the ETS or via DHCP.
EB no.: 12
GROUP: 1
REINSTALLATION submenu - level 2
1 Press the Prg/Set key: Switches from the INSTALLATION main menu to the SEARCH EBs submenu
via PROG MODE.
SEARCH
EBs via
PROG
MODE
Main menu - level 1
DALI
CONTROL
SC64 IP,V.2.0
IP ADDRESS
Display: current display language.
Long actuation of the Prg/Set key:
Switches to the programming mode.
Language selection (GERMAN, ENGLISH, FRENCH, SPANISH, SWEDISH)
using the SCROLL button.
2 Press the Prg/Set key: set parameterisation is confirmed and saved and the display works in the corresponding language.
The main menu (level 1) has the following structure:
1 Insert the gateway into the DIN rail from above and
slide downwards. Press from underneath and hook
onto the rail
1
DEL./NEW After the entire process has been completEBs: 3/1
ed (verification and search):
The number of deleted and newly found
EBs is displayed (deleted devices/new devices, from left to right).
LANGUAGE
GERMAN
Status LED
PWR LED flashes
ERR LED lights up
ERR LED lights up
despite KNX voltage
If the programming mode is active, a possible parameter
or setting can be changed using the SCROLL button.
Briefly pressing the Prg/Set button again completes the
process. The set parameter is saved or the corresponding process is activated.
FOUND
EBs: 47
Long actuation of the Prg/Set key:
Switches to the programming mode.
Then press the Prg/Set key briefly: Starts
the initialisation and search process. All of
the electronic ballasts connected to the
DALI segment are automatically reset and
any previously set parameters/group assignments are deleted. The connected
EBs are then searched for via their randomly generated long address and automatically recognised in ascending order.
The search process lasts several minutes
(depending on the number of connected
EBs).
After the search process is completed:
Display: Number of EBs found.
2 Press ESC (or automatically after approx. 30 s): Returns to the level above.
REINSTALLATION submenu - level 2
1 Press the Prg/Set key: Switches from the
REINSTALLATION main menu to the SEARCH EBs
submenu via PROG MODE.
SEARCH
EBs via
PROG
MODE
DELETED
EBs: 3
NEW
EBs: 1
Long actuation of the Prg/Set key: Switches to the programming mode. Briefly
pressing the Prg/Set key: Starts the verification and search process. Connected
EBs will be searched for via their long address and automatically compared with
the previous configuration.
Have been removed from the DALI segment EBs and the corresponding entries in
the device will be automatically deleted.
During the verification process: The
number of deleted devices is displayed.
Searches for newly installed devices in the
DALI segment. Recently added EBs are
automatically reset (previously set parameters/group assignments are deleted). The
search process lasts several minutes (depending on the number of connected
EBs). During the search process: The
number of newly found devices is displayed.
Retrieve the different EBs found using
the SCROLL key.
First display row: Number of the selected EB. If an EB is selected, the connected luminaire flashes. This enables the
programer to determine which luminaire
is assigned to the corresponding
number.
Long actuation of the Prg/Set key:
Switches to the programming mode.
Retrieve the setting of the group which
the EB is to be assigned to using the
SCROLL button. Press the Prg/Set key:
Setting is confirmed and saved. During
new installation, this process must be
performed once for all EBs found.
2 Press ESC key (or automatically after approx. 30 s):
Returns to the level above.
GROUP PARAMETER submenu - level 2 and 3
1 Press the Prg/Set key: Switches from the GROUP
PARAMETER main menu to the submenu. Within
this menu, the individual parameters for each group
can be set.
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In general, the group parameters should be set in
the ETS during KNX commissioning. Setting directly on the devices serves only to quickly change individual parameters later. It should be noted
that each ETS download overwrites settings
which have been made on the device!
GROUP: 01
PARAMETER
Retrieve the individual groups using
the SCROLL key. First display row:
Number of the selected group. Long
actuation of the Prg/Set key: Switches
to the programming mode. The following parameters can be modified
directly on the device:
GROUP: 12
Starting value:
ON VALUE: 100 0 to 100% in 5% step width
GROUP: 12
Minimum dimming value:
MIN DIM: 0
0 to 40% in 5% step width
GROUP: 12
Maximum dimming value:
MAX DIM: 100 50 to 100% in 5% step width
GROUP: 12
Dimming time for dimming from
DIM TIME: 10 s 0..100%:
5 s to 60 s
In programming mode, the selected parameter can be
modified by briefly actuating the SCROLL key.
2 Press the Prg/Set key: The set value is saved and
the programming mode is automatically activated
for the next parameter of this group (e.g. if only the
maximum dimming value parameter is to be modified, the starting value and the minimum dimming
value must be cycled through first (menu level 2)).
1 Press the Prg/Set key: Switches from the SCENE
ASSIGNMENT main menu to the submenu. Within
this menu, the respective DALI groups can be assigned to single or up to 16 possible scenes.
2 Press ESC key (or automatically after approx. 30 s):
Returns to the level above. Any changes made will
not be saved.
FUNCTION INPUT B1 submenu - level 2 and 3
1 Press the Prg/Set key: Switches from the FUNCTION INPUT B1 main menu to the submenu. Within
this menu, the function of the floating push-button
connected to input B1 can be adjusted.
DIM TOGGLE Retrieve the individual functions using
INPUT B1
the SCROLL key. First display row: Displays the selected function.
DIM TOGGLE The following functions can be adjustCHANNEL:
ed:
ALL
ON: switch on by pushing button
OFF: switch off by pushing button
TOGGLE: toggle by pushing button
DIM ON: brief push-button action = on
long push-button action = dim with stop
telegram
DIM OFF: brief push-button action = off,
long push-button action = dim with stop
telegram
DIM TOGGLE: brief push-button action
= toggle, long push-button action = dimming with one button
SCENE: Retrieve scene.
DIM TOGGLE Long actuation of the Prg/Set key:
CHANNEL: 07 Switches to the programming mode.
Use the SCROLL key to select the channel or scene which the selected function
is to be linked to.
2 Press ESC key (or automatically after approx. 30 s):
Returns to the level above.
3 Press ESC key (or automatically after approx. 30 s):
Returns to the level above.
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KNX DALI gateway REG-K/1/16(64)/64MTN680191© Merten2005V6801-561-0007/08
Connections, displays and operating
elements
KNX DALI gateway REG-K/1/16(64)/64
Operating instructions
The appliance connections and the learning button and
programming LED elements required for KNX commissioning can only be accessed in the distribution board
when the cover is removed.
The keys required for DALI commissioning and parameterisation (SCROLL, Prg/Set, ESC) can only be operated
when the distribution board's cover is closed. Similarly,
the 2-row display and the control LEDs (PWR and ERR)
can only be seen when the distribution board's cover is
closed.
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G H
M N
MTN680191
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To connect the KNX cable, a standard bus terminal is
plugged into the corresponding terminal receiver on the
device. Double basic insulation between the KNX installation and the mains voltage must be ensured. For this
purpose, the cores of the KNX cable must additionally be
insulated with the enclosed shrink hose. When connection is complete and the supply voltage is activated, the
product designation and firmware version will be shown
in the display.
J
Device is ready for operation
Commissioning without KNX
Possible short circuit
within the DALI segment.
Check the DALI segment's wiring!
K
For your safety
¼
DANGER
Risk of fatal injury from electrical current.
All work carried out on the unit may only be performed by skilled electricians. Observe the regulations valid in the country of use, as well as the
valid KNX guidelines.
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I
C D
Operating and menue structure
E
A
Ethernet connection (RJ-45 socket)
B
KNX bus terminal
C
Programming LED
D
Programming button
E
Mains connection
F
DALI output terminal
The KNX DALI gateway REG-K/1/16(64)/64 (referred to
below as the gateway) connects the cross-function KNX
bus with the DALI bus designed exclusively for lighting
control. Luminaires with cost-effective digital DALI electronic ballasts can therefore be integrated into a KNX
complete system in the form of a subsystem and operated by a wide range of available KNX devices.
G
Connection for 1st floating key
H
Connection for 2nd floating key
I
Display
J
SCROLL key
K
Prg/Set key
L
ESC key
The gateway serves as the DALI master and power supply for the connected electronic ballasts. Up to a maximum of 64 electronic ballasts in a total of 16 groups can
be switched, dimmed or set to a defined value. The current light value or the error status of each group (luminaire or electronic ballast errors within the group) can be
made available for a visualisation via KNX. In addition,
the 64 electronic ballasts can be individually activated
via KNX or via KNX group addresses. In the case of individual activation, one programmable object is available
per electronic ballast.
M
PWR LED (green): Operating display
N
ERR LED (red): Error display
Getting to know the Gateway
One error status is available for each electronic ballast.
Lamps and electronic ballast errors can thus be precisely located. Total activation of all connected electronic ballasts via broadcast (without requiring DALI
commissioning) can also be carried out via three objects. Additionally, up to 16 lightscenes can be programmed and called up from the individual groups.
Scene activation is effected via a 1-byte object.
DALI commissioning and configuration can be performed as follows:
1. via the device
2. via a software tool (free of charge)
3. via the integrated web server
4. via a portable web panel or a PDA
5. via two binary inputs, e.g. for connecting push-buttons
to the device (building site operation).
Suitable for installation on DIN rails EN 50022.
The bus is connected using a bus terminal.
A data rail is not required.
Network, DALI and push-button lines are connected using screw terminals on the device.
The pin assignment shown on the housing must
be observed!
A
B
DEL./NEW After the entire process has been completEBs: 3/1
ed (verification and search):
The number of deleted and newly found
EBs is displayed (deleted devices/new devices, from left to right).
SCENE ASSIGNMENT submenu - level 2 and 3
DALI CONTROL submenu - level 2
2 Press ESC key (or automatically after approx. 30 s):
Returns to the level above.
SCENE01 XXXX Retrieve the individual scenes using
XXXXXXXXXXX the SCROLL key. First display row:
Number of the selected scene.
After the scene number: Symbolic
display of which of the groups 1 to 16
is assigned to the respective scene.
"X": the corresponding group is assigned to the scene. „-“: the group is
not assigned. First display row: The
four characters after the scene
number correspond from left to right
with the groups 1 to 4. The 12 characters in the second display row correspond from left in ascending order
with groups 5 to 12.
SCENE03 ---Long actuation of the Prg/Set key:
XXXX------XX
Switches to the programming mode.
Flashing cursor on the first X = selected group 1. Brief actuation of the
SCROLL button: Selects whether the
corresponding group should be assigned to the selected scene (switches between X and - characters). Brief
actuation of the Prg/Set key: Cursor
(and possible setting) is moved to the
next group. After cycling through all 16
groups: Setting is saved and taken
into account during the next scene
programming. Actuating the Prg/Set
key automatically returns to the level
above.
1 Press the Prg/Set key: Switches from the DALI
CONTROL main menu to the LANGUAGE submenu.
LANGUAGE
GERMAN
Status LED
PWR LED flashes
ERR LED lights up
ERR LED lights up
despite KNX voltage
If the programming mode is active, a possible parameter
or setting can be changed using the SCROLL button.
Briefly pressing the Prg/Set button again completes the
process. The set parameter is saved or the corresponding process is activated.
The connected DALI segment can be commissioned
and DALI parameters can be set and altered entirely using the three operator buttons (SCROLL, Set/PRG, ESC)
and the 2x12 row display on the front face of the device.
The operation concept is menu-based. Up to two lower
levels can be selected for each menu item. The respective menu item is shown in the display. Navigation within
the menu is as follows:
SCROLL key: Short push-button action activates the
next menu item within a level.
Prg/Set key: Short push-button action activates the respective sub-level.
ESC key: Short push-button action to leave the selected
level and return to the level above.
2 Press the Prg/Set key: set parameterisation is confirmed and saved and the display works in the corresponding language.
1 Press the Prg/Set key: Switches from the
IP ADDRESS main menu to the submenu.
IP: 192.168.
004.101
Mounting the Gateway
1 Insert the gateway into the DIN rail from above and
slide downwards. Press from underneath and hook
onto the rail
1
2
3
2 Connect the connecting cable for the DALI bus to
the upper left terminal.
The DALI control cables can be guided into a 5-core cable together with the power line (basic insulation sufficient), according to IEC90929. Clear labelling must be
guaranteed, however. A maximum line length of 300 m
for the entire DALI installation of a segment must not be
exceeded (recommended cross-section 1.5mm2).
After connecting the DALI cable, the two external pushbuttons can be fitted according to the connection diagram, if necessary. The push-button inputs are passive,
which means that an auxiliary voltage of AC 8-26 V or
DC 9-32 V is required.
3 Connect the mains voltage (according to the connection order shown on the housing) to the lower
right terminal.
If a process is activated in a lower level or if a parameter
is altered, the programming mode must be switched to at
the selection position.
To do this, actuate the Prg/Set button for longer than 2 s.
If the respective function is in programming mode, a ->
symbol appears in the display.
GROUP ASSIGNMENT
EB no.:12
GROUP: --
Displays the IP address currently set in
the ETS or assigned by a DHCP server
in the IP network. The setting cannot be
changed on the device. Setting is performed via the ETS or via DHCP.
EB no.: 12
GROUP: 1
REINSTALLATION submenu - level 2
1 Press the Prg/Set key: Switches from the INSTALLATION main menu to the SEARCH EBs submenu
via PROG MODE.
SEARCH
EBs via
PROG
MODE
The main menu (level 1) has the following structure:
Displays the product designation and
firmware version. Display language
setting.
Displays the IP address set in the ETS
or assigned by the DHCP server.
NEW
Resets the connected DALI devices
INSTALLATION and starts the automatic search run for
electronic ballasts.
REINSTAL
Starts the automatic search run and
LATION
configuration adjustment, where required.
GROUP
Assignment of the electronic ballasts
ASSIGNMENT found to desired DALI groups.
GROUP
Setting/modifying the parameters of
PARAMETERS the individual groups.
SCENE
Assignment of DALI scenes to the deASSIGNMENT sired associated groups.
GROUP
Switching the entire installation
TEST
(broadcast) and individual channels
for test purposes.
SCENE
Retrieves the individual programmed
TEST
scenes for test purposes.
SYSTEM
Present system errors can be reTEST
trieved individually.
FUNCTION
Setting the function of the floating
INPUT B1
push-button input B1.
FUNCTION
Setting the function of the floating
INPUT B2
push-button input B2.
1 Press the Prg/Set key: Switches from the GROUP
ASSIGNMENT main menu to the submenu. Within
this menu, the individual EBs found during the
search process can be assigned to the 16 DALI
groups or existing assignments can be altered.
IP ADDRESS submenu - level 2
Main menu - level 1
DALI
CONTROL
SC64 IP,V.2.0
IP ADDRESS
Display: current display language.
Long actuation of the Prg/Set key:
Switches to the programming mode.
Language selection (GERMAN, ENGLISH, FRENCH, SPANISH, SWEDISH)
using the SCROLL button.
GROUP ASSIGNMENT submenu - level 2 and 3
FOUND
EBs: 47
Long actuation of the Prg/Set key:
Switches to the programming mode.
Then press the Prg/Set key briefly: Starts
the initialisation and search process. All of
the electronic ballasts connected to the
DALI segment are automatically reset and
any previously set parameters/group assignments are deleted. The connected
EBs are then searched for via their randomly generated long address and automatically recognised in ascending order.
The search process lasts several minutes
(depending on the number of connected
EBs).
After the search process is completed:
Display: Number of EBs found.
2 Press ESC (or automatically after approx. 30 s): Returns to the level above.
REINSTALLATION submenu - level 2
1 Press the Prg/Set key: Switches from the
REINSTALLATION main menu to the SEARCH EBs
submenu via PROG MODE.
SEARCH
EBs via
PROG
MODE
DELETED
EBs: 3
NEW
EBs: 1
Long actuation of the Prg/Set key: Switches to the programming mode. Briefly
pressing the Prg/Set key: Starts the verification and search process. Connected
EBs will be searched for via their long address and automatically compared with
the previous configuration.
Have been removed from the DALI segment EBs and the corresponding entries in
the device will be automatically deleted.
During the verification process: The
number of deleted devices is displayed.
Searches for newly installed devices in the
DALI segment. Recently added EBs are
automatically reset (previously set parameters/group assignments are deleted). The
search process lasts several minutes (depending on the number of connected
EBs). During the search process: The
number of newly found devices is displayed.
Retrieve the different EBs found using
the SCROLL key.
First display row: Number of the selected EB. If an EB is selected, the connected luminaire flashes. This enables the
programer to determine which luminaire
is assigned to the corresponding
number.
Long actuation of the Prg/Set key:
Switches to the programming mode.
Retrieve the setting of the group which
the EB is to be assigned to using the
SCROLL button. Press the Prg/Set key:
Setting is confirmed and saved. During
new installation, this process must be
performed once for all EBs found.
2 Press ESC key (or automatically after approx. 30 s):
Returns to the level above.
GROUP PARAMETER submenu - level 2 and 3
1 Press the Prg/Set key: Switches from the GROUP
PARAMETER main menu to the submenu. Within
this menu, the individual parameters for each group
can be set.
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In general, the group parameters should be set in
the ETS during KNX commissioning. Setting directly on the devices serves only to quickly change individual parameters later. It should be noted
that each ETS download overwrites settings
which have been made on the device!
GROUP: 01
PARAMETER
Retrieve the individual groups using
the SCROLL key. First display row:
Number of the selected group. Long
actuation of the Prg/Set key: Switches
to the programming mode. The following parameters can be modified
directly on the device:
GROUP: 12
Starting value:
ON VALUE: 100 0 to 100% in 5% step width
GROUP: 12
Minimum dimming value:
MIN DIM: 0
0 to 40% in 5% step width
GROUP: 12
Maximum dimming value:
MAX DIM: 100 50 to 100% in 5% step width
GROUP: 12
Dimming time for dimming from
DIM TIME: 10 s 0..100%:
5 s to 60 s
In programming mode, the selected parameter can be
modified by briefly actuating the SCROLL key.
2 Press the Prg/Set key: The set value is saved and
the programming mode is automatically activated
for the next parameter of this group (e.g. if only the
maximum dimming value parameter is to be modified, the starting value and the minimum dimming
value must be cycled through first (menu level 2)).
1 Press the Prg/Set key: Switches from the SCENE
ASSIGNMENT main menu to the submenu. Within
this menu, the respective DALI groups can be assigned to single or up to 16 possible scenes.
2 Press ESC key (or automatically after approx. 30 s):
Returns to the level above. Any changes made will
not be saved.
FUNCTION INPUT B1 submenu - level 2 and 3
1 Press the Prg/Set key: Switches from the FUNCTION INPUT B1 main menu to the submenu. Within
this menu, the function of the floating push-button
connected to input B1 can be adjusted.
DIM TOGGLE Retrieve the individual functions using
INPUT B1
the SCROLL key. First display row: Displays the selected function.
DIM TOGGLE The following functions can be adjustCHANNEL:
ed:
ALL
ON: switch on by pushing button
OFF: switch off by pushing button
TOGGLE: toggle by pushing button
DIM ON: brief push-button action = on
long push-button action = dim with stop
telegram
DIM OFF: brief push-button action = off,
long push-button action = dim with stop
telegram
DIM TOGGLE: brief push-button action
= toggle, long push-button action = dimming with one button
SCENE: Retrieve scene.
DIM TOGGLE Long actuation of the Prg/Set key:
CHANNEL: 07 Switches to the programming mode.
Use the SCROLL key to select the channel or scene which the selected function
is to be linked to.
2 Press ESC key (or automatically after approx. 30 s):
Returns to the level above.
3 Press ESC key (or automatically after approx. 30 s):
Returns to the level above.
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2
1 Press the Prg/Set key: Activates the submenu
SCENE
INPUT B2
SCENE
SCENE: 03
SCENE
SCENE: 03
Retrieve the individual functions using the
SCROLL key. First display row: Displays
the selected function.
The following functions can be adjusted:
ON: switch on by pushing button
OFF: switch off by pushing button
TOGGLE: toggle by pushing button
DIM ON: brief push-button action = on,
long push-button action = dim up with
stop telegram
DIM OFF: brief push-button action = off,
long push-button action = dim down with
stop telegram
DIM TOGGLE: brief push-button action =
toggle, long push-button action = dimming with one button
SCENE: Retrieve scene.
Long actuation of the Prg/Set key: Switches to the programming mode. Use the
SCROLL key to select the channel or
scene which the selected function is to be
linked to.
DALI commissioning using the device keys and the
display
The DALI segment can also be commissioned using the
free software tool "Dali Service and Commissioning Wizard". For this purpose, the device must already be connected to the KNX bus and a physical address must be
assigned. Communication to the device is then effected
via an interface connected to the KNX.
DALI EVG
DALI
DALI EVG
DALI EVG
KNX
DALI EVG
If push-buttons are connected to the device's inputs, the
push-button function can be adjusted in the FUNCTION
INPUT B1 and B2 menu items and the inputs can be assigned to individual DALI groups. This means that DALI
functions can be performed even if no KNX is available
yet (building site operation). Of course, the inputs can
also be used in normal operation to integrate cost-effective standard push-buttons or movement detectors into
the system.
Finally, in the last stage of DALI commissioning, groups
can be assigned to the individual scenes in the SCENE
ASSIGNMENT menu item (cf. Operation and menu
structure).
F
A B
C
H
Directive:
DALI EVG
An exact description of the commissioning procedure
using the tool can be found in the Dali Control Service
and Commissioning Wizard's user manual.
DALI commissioning via web server.
DALI
DALI EVG
DALI EVG
KNX
DALI EVG
DALI EVG
DALI EVG
DALI EVG
DALI EVG
Besides commissioning using the push-buttons and the
additional software tool, DALI commissioning can also
be performed very conveniently using the device's integrated web server. For this purpose, the gateway can be
connected directly to the IP network. A RJ-45 socket is
located at the bottom left edge of the housing, above the
KNX bus terminal. The device can be connected to a
switch, hub or router of the IP network using a standard
patch cable. As the network connection is only required
for commissioning, a temporary connection is normally
sufficient. After the work has been completed, the network connection can then be removed again. When connecting the network connection, ensure sufficient
distance between the IP cable and the mains supply by
appropriate cable routing. Of course, a WLAN access
point can also be used as a network coupler. In this case,
commissioning can be performed using a laptop, PDA or
other operator device.
After the network connection has been established, the
commissioning website can be accessed via a web
browser (e.g. Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox). For this purpose, the IP address (URL) set in the
ETS or automatically assigned by the DHCP server is
simply called up in the browser.
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Please note that the complete URL is made up of
the IP address and header record http://. Thus,
for example, http://192.168.1.07 must be entered
to launch the site.
Commissioning of the DALI segment is complete when
the steps described have been completed. KNX commissioning can then be carried out immediately or later
with the ETS and the associated application program, as
usual.
The higher level commissioning functions can then be
performed via the header. Meaning and function of the
icons shown in the header:
A Update
This function updates the electronic ballast assignments displayed. In particular, it should particularly
be used if additional assignment changes have
been performed manually on the device or using the
software tool.
B New installation
This button starts new installation of the connected
DALI segment.
C Reinstallation
This button starts reinstallation within the DALI segment. In doing so, ballasts which are no longer
present will be deleted and new devices will be added
D Abort
Any procedures which have already been started
will be cancelled by this function.
E Broadcast on/off
All EBs/luminaires can be switched on or off together via a DALI broadcast telegram using this function.
F Switch to the scene page
This button is used to switch to the scene setting
page
G Toggle key
Below the header are the fields with which the electronic ballasts or group assignment can be identified. To identify the electronic ballasts, all luminaires
should first be set to a defined value (e.g. off) via
broadcast. This button can be used to switch on or
off individual electronic ballasts by clicking on them
with the mouse, which simplifies identification of the
electronic ballasts which are arranged in random order
H Image key
This button can be used to assign individual electronic ballasts to groups following identification.
Subsequently, the group which is to be assigned can
also be selected by clicking on it with the mouse. If the
electronic ballast is then clicked on, it will be assigned to
the selected group. The group assignment will be indicated by a small green field containing the group number
in the upper right corner of the electronic ballast list.
Electronic ballasts which are not yet assigned to any
group receive a field highlighted in yellow with a question
mark.
Besides identifying and assigning groups, the scene values and scene assignments can also be set on another
web page. From the commissioning page, the scene
page is reached by clicking on the Scenes button.
0°C to +45°C
-25°C to +70°C
5 % to 93 %
IP 20 (in accordance with EN
60529)
I (in accordance with IEC 1140)
EN 14606
106mm x 55mm x 86mm
= 6 TE
EMC directive (residential/
commercial buildings), low
voltage directive
Schneider Electric Industries SAS
To set a scene, first select it on the right side. The selected scene (if present) will be called up in the DALI segment. The set light values will be displayed in the
corresponding group windows. The light values can be
individually adjusted using the buttons.
A On, off, dim up, dim down
The light value can be modified in groups by a short
(switch) or long (dim) click on the corresponding
group field.
B Save
The altered value in the selected scene will be
saved.
C Group/scene assignment
This button regulates the assignment of groups to
the individual scenes
If you have technical questions, please contact the Customer Care Center in your country.
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This product must be installed, connected and used in
compliance with prevailing standards and/or installation
regulations. As standards, specifications and designs
develop from time to time, always ask for confirmation of
the information given in this publication.
Technical data
Supply voltage:
Operating elements:
Display elements
LED (red):
PWR LED (green):
ERR LED (red):
LCD display:
Inputs:
DALI bus output:
DALI voltage:
Ethernet:
Connections
Bus line:
Mains supply:
DALI bus
Floating contact input:
Ethernet:
Bus:
3
Ambient conditions
during operation:
Storage temperature
Rel. humidity
(not condensing):
Type of protection:
Protection class:
Corresponds with:
Dimensions
(WxHxD):
G
DALI EVG
DALI commissioning using the device keys and the
display
In the GROUP TEST menu item (cf. Operation and menu
structure), the individual groups can be switched on and
off for test purposes.
A B C D E
The page has the following layout:
DALI EVG
2 Press ESC key (or automatically after approx. 30 s):
Returns to the level above.
After the wiring has been completed according to the
connection diagram above, the DALI line can be commissioned. Commissioning can be carried out by an
electrician independently of KNX commissioning. The
red ERR LED lights up to signal an error, provided no
KNX is connected. DALI commissioning can still be performed. For initial operation, the DALI line must first be
searched for connected electronic ballasts. Searching is
performed within the NEW INSTALLATION menu item
(cf. Operation and menu structure). After all of the connected devices have been found (indicated by an (ESC)
after the number of found devices shown in the display),
this menu item can be exited. Subsequently, the devices
found must be assigned to the individual DALI groups.
Assignment is performed under the GROUP ASSIGNMENT menu item (cf. Operation and menu structure).
Basic installation is completed when all electronic ballasts have been assigned to the respective desired
groups.
The website will be displayed in the browser.
AC 110 - 240 V, 50 to 60Hz,
max. 0.1A
Additionally via KNX bus
Learning button for toggling between normal mode and addressing mode
SCROLL, Prg/Set, ESC key on
the front for instrument setting
and parameterisation
Normal/addressing mode
Availability
Error status
2 rows with 12 characters to
navigate menu during commissioning and parameterisation
Passive floating input for connecting push-buttons or presence detectors.
DC 9 - 32 V or AC 8 - 26 V,
Cable length max. 15 m
Connection of up to 64 electronic ballasts according to IEC
60926
DC 18-21 V, short-circuit-proof
No other control units (DALI
masters) may be used.
IP connection via ethernet,
speed 10Mbit/second, used
only for DALI commissioning.
KNX bus terminal
Screw terminal 3x 1.5mm2 single-core and multi-core
Screw terminal 2x 1.5mm2 single-core and multi-core
Screw terminal 2x 1.5mm2
single-core and multi-core
RJ-45 connector for standard
patch cable
Safety extra low voltage SELV
DC 24 V
V6801-561-00 07/08
FUNCTION INPUT B2 submenu - level 2 and 3
1 Press the Prg/Set key: Activates the submenu
SCENE
INPUT B2
SCENE
SCENE: 03
SCENE
SCENE: 03
Retrieve the individual functions using the
SCROLL key. First display row: Displays
the selected function.
The following functions can be adjusted:
ON: switch on by pushing button
OFF: switch off by pushing button
TOGGLE: toggle by pushing button
DIM ON: brief push-button action = on,
long push-button action = dim up with
stop telegram
DIM OFF: brief push-button action = off,
long push-button action = dim down with
stop telegram
DIM TOGGLE: brief push-button action =
toggle, long push-button action = dimming with one button
SCENE: Retrieve scene.
Long actuation of the Prg/Set key: Switches to the programming mode. Use the
SCROLL key to select the channel or
scene which the selected function is to be
linked to.
DALI commissioning using the device keys and the
display
The DALI segment can also be commissioned using the
free software tool "Dali Service and Commissioning Wizard". For this purpose, the device must already be connected to the KNX bus and a physical address must be
assigned. Communication to the device is then effected
via an interface connected to the KNX.
DALI EVG
DALI
DALI EVG
DALI EVG
KNX
DALI EVG
If push-buttons are connected to the device's inputs, the
push-button function can be adjusted in the FUNCTION
INPUT B1 and B2 menu items and the inputs can be assigned to individual DALI groups. This means that DALI
functions can be performed even if no KNX is available
yet (building site operation). Of course, the inputs can
also be used in normal operation to integrate cost-effective standard push-buttons or movement detectors into
the system.
Finally, in the last stage of DALI commissioning, groups
can be assigned to the individual scenes in the SCENE
ASSIGNMENT menu item (cf. Operation and menu
structure).
Commissioning of the DALI segment is complete when
the steps described have been completed. KNX commissioning can then be carried out immediately or later
with the ETS and the associated application program, as
usual.
F
A B
C
H
Directive:
DALI EVG
An exact description of the commissioning procedure
using the tool can be found in the Dali Control Service
and Commissioning Wizard's user manual.
DALI commissioning via web server.
DALI
DALI EVG
DALI EVG
KNX
DALI EVG
DALI EVG
DALI EVG
DALI EVG
DALI EVG
Besides commissioning using the push-buttons and the
additional software tool, DALI commissioning can also
be performed very conveniently using the device's integrated web server. For this purpose, the gateway can be
connected directly to the IP network. A RJ-45 socket is
located at the bottom left edge of the housing, above the
KNX bus terminal. The device can be connected to a
switch, hub or router of the IP network using a standard
patch cable. As the network connection is only required
for commissioning, a temporary connection is normally
sufficient. After the work has been completed, the network connection can then be removed again. When connecting the network connection, ensure sufficient
distance between the IP cable and the mains supply by
appropriate cable routing. Of course, a WLAN access
point can also be used as a network coupler. In this case,
commissioning can be performed using a laptop, PDA or
other operator device.
After the network connection has been established, the
commissioning website can be accessed via a web
browser (e.g. Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox). For this purpose, the IP address (URL) set in the
ETS or automatically assigned by the DHCP server is
simply called up in the browser.
|
Please note that the complete URL is made up of
the IP address and header record http://. Thus,
for example, http://192.168.1.07 must be entered
to launch the site.
Ambient conditions
during operation:
Storage temperature
Rel. humidity
(not condensing):
Type of protection:
Protection class:
Corresponds with:
Dimensions
(WxHxD):
G
DALI EVG
DALI commissioning using the device keys and the
display
In the GROUP TEST menu item (cf. Operation and menu
structure), the individual groups can be switched on and
off for test purposes.
A B C D E
The page has the following layout:
DALI EVG
2 Press ESC key (or automatically after approx. 30 s):
Returns to the level above.
After the wiring has been completed according to the
connection diagram above, the DALI line can be commissioned. Commissioning can be carried out by an
electrician independently of KNX commissioning. The
red ERR LED lights up to signal an error, provided no
KNX is connected. DALI commissioning can still be performed. For initial operation, the DALI line must first be
searched for connected electronic ballasts. Searching is
performed within the NEW INSTALLATION menu item
(cf. Operation and menu structure). After all of the connected devices have been found (indicated by an (ESC)
after the number of found devices shown in the display),
this menu item can be exited. Subsequently, the devices
found must be assigned to the individual DALI groups.
Assignment is performed under the GROUP ASSIGNMENT menu item (cf. Operation and menu structure).
Basic installation is completed when all electronic ballasts have been assigned to the respective desired
groups.
The website will be displayed in the browser.
The higher level commissioning functions can then be
performed via the header. Meaning and function of the
icons shown in the header:
A Update
This function updates the electronic ballast assignments displayed. In particular, it should particularly
be used if additional assignment changes have
been performed manually on the device or using the
software tool.
B New installation
This button starts new installation of the connected
DALI segment.
C Reinstallation
This button starts reinstallation within the DALI segment. In doing so, ballasts which are no longer
present will be deleted and new devices will be added
D Abort
Any procedures which have already been started
will be cancelled by this function.
E Broadcast on/off
All EBs/luminaires can be switched on or off together via a DALI broadcast telegram using this function.
F Switch to the scene page
This button is used to switch to the scene setting
page
G Toggle key
Below the header are the fields with which the electronic ballasts or group assignment can be identified. To identify the electronic ballasts, all luminaires
should first be set to a defined value (e.g. off) via
broadcast. This button can be used to switch on or
off individual electronic ballasts by clicking on them
with the mouse, which simplifies identification of the
electronic ballasts which are arranged in random order
H Image key
This button can be used to assign individual electronic ballasts to groups following identification.
Subsequently, the group which is to be assigned can
also be selected by clicking on it with the mouse. If the
electronic ballast is then clicked on, it will be assigned to
the selected group. The group assignment will be indicated by a small green field containing the group number
in the upper right corner of the electronic ballast list.
Electronic ballasts which are not yet assigned to any
group receive a field highlighted in yellow with a question
mark.
Besides identifying and assigning groups, the scene values and scene assignments can also be set on another
web page. From the commissioning page, the scene
page is reached by clicking on the Scenes button.
0°C to +45°C
-25°C to +70°C
5 % to 93 %
IP 20 (in accordance with EN
60529)
I (in accordance with IEC 1140)
EN 14606
106mm x 55mm x 86mm
= 6 TE
EMC directive (residential/
commercial buildings), low
voltage directive
Schneider Electric Industries SAS
To set a scene, first select it on the right side. The selected scene (if present) will be called up in the DALI segment. The set light values will be displayed in the
corresponding group windows. The light values can be
individually adjusted using the buttons.
A On, off, dim up, dim down
The light value can be modified in groups by a short
(switch) or long (dim) click on the corresponding
group field.
B Save
The altered value in the selected scene will be
saved.
C Group/scene assignment
This button regulates the assignment of groups to
the individual scenes
If you have technical questions, please contact the Customer Care Center in your country.
www.schneider-electric.com
This product must be installed, connected and used in
compliance with prevailing standards and/or installation
regulations. As standards, specifications and designs
develop from time to time, always ask for confirmation of
the information given in this publication.
Technical data
Supply voltage:
Operating elements:
Display elements
LED (red):
PWR LED (green):
ERR LED (red):
LCD display:
Inputs:
DALI bus output:
DALI voltage:
Ethernet:
Connections
Bus line:
Mains supply:
DALI bus
Floating contact input:
Ethernet:
Bus:
AC 110 - 240 V, 50 to 60Hz,
max. 0.1A
Additionally via KNX bus
Learning button for toggling between normal mode and addressing mode
SCROLL, Prg/Set, ESC key on
the front for instrument setting
and parameterisation
Normal/addressing mode
Availability
Error status
2 rows with 12 characters to
navigate menu during commissioning and parameterisation
Passive floating input for connecting push-buttons or presence detectors.
DC 9 - 32 V or AC 8 - 26 V,
Cable length max. 15 m
Connection of up to 64 electronic ballasts according to IEC
60926
DC 18-21 V, short-circuit-proof
No other control units (DALI
masters) may be used.
IP connection via ethernet,
speed 10Mbit/second, used
only for DALI commissioning.
KNX bus terminal
Screw terminal 3x 1.5mm2 single-core and multi-core
Screw terminal 2x 1.5mm2 single-core and multi-core
Screw terminal 2x 1.5mm2
single-core and multi-core
RJ-45 connector for standard
patch cable
Safety extra low voltage SELV
DC 24 V
V6801-561-00 07/08
FUNCTION INPUT B2 submenu - level 2 and 3
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Application description 7305 Dali Control
is designed in such a way that the display is possible on a
portable PDA. This gives the commissioning technician the
opportunity to move around the installation freely
Function description
The DaliControl brings together the cross-functional KNX
installation bus and the lighting control specific DALI-Bus.
In addition, two binary inputs are available on the device. Via
simple pushbuttons, which are connected to the device, switch
functions can be performed directly. The pushbutton function is
available without an existing KNX Bus and is particularly
advantageous for the installation phase (construction site
operation).
Lights with cost-effective digital DALI ECGs can therefore be
integrated into an overall KNX architecture and operated via
the multitude of existing KNX devices.
The DaliControl serves both as DALI-Master and power supply
for up to 64 connected ECGs.
As an REG device (6TE) the DaliControl is suitable for DIN
Rail mounting in standard sub-distributions. Connection to the
bus is via a standard bus coupler. The DALI, power supply and
pushbuttons are connected using screw connectors.
The ECGs can be switched, dimmed or set to a defined value
in up to 16 groups per Gateway. The current lighting value or
error status of each group (lamp, ECG error status within the
group) can be exported to e.g. a visualisation via KNX.
The application program 3927-DaliControlSC64-01-0120 is
available to operate the device.
In addition to the group control, the also enables the individual
control of up to 64 ECGs. In the latter case, one object is
available per ECG. A parameter determines whether the
individual ECG is to be switched, dimmed or set to a defined
value.
Communication objects
A maximum of 252 communication objects is available for
communication of the device via the KNX. The objects are, in
parts, displayed or hidden, depending on how the parameters
are set. The communication objects can be connected to 255
group addresses via 255 associations.
An error status object is available for each ECG. This makes it
possible to locate exactly lamp and ECG errors. Full control of
all connected ECGs via Broadcast (no DALI commissioning is
necessary in this case) is also possible via three objects.
5 objects are assigned to each of the 16 DALI groups.
The objects for group 1 are:
In addition, the individual groups can be used to program and
load up to 16 light scenes. The scene control is performed via
a 1Byte object.
Using the SC64IP, the DALI can be commissioned
(assignment of DALI ECGs to the various groups and changes
in configuration) in three different ways.
Obj
Function
Object name
Type
Flags
0
On/Off
Switch, group 1
1 bit
CWT
The lamps assigned to DALI group 1 are switched to the set
switch ON or switch OFF value using this object. Whether
switching is to be carried out immediately or whether dimming is
to be performed to the final value when the object is received,
can be set in the parameters. The dimming time can be set
independently of the time on receipt of a dim telegram.
1
Brighter/Darker Dimming, group 1
4 bit
CWT
1. Commissioning via the device
The DALI can be commissioned entirely on the device by using
the integrated display and programming buttons without KNX
and previous ETS programming. Commissioning on the device
is particularly recommended for DALI installations performed
by an electrician and where the ETS is programmed
subsequently by a system integrator.
The lamps assigned to DALI group 1 are dimmed up or down
using this object. The dimming time required to dim from 0% to
100% can be set in the parameters.
2
2. Commissioning via the DaliControl Service and
Commissioning Wizard
Value, group 1
1 byte
CWT
The lamps assigned to DALI group 1 are set to a brightness
value using this object. Whether the value is accepted
immediately or dimmed to the final value when the object is
received can be set in the parameters. The dimming time can be
set independently of the time on receipt of a dim telegram.
3
On/Off
Status, group 1
1 bit
CRT
Value
Status, group 1
1 byte
CRT
In addition, an easy-to-use and free commissioning tool is
available. Using this tool, the DALI can be commissioned via
an interface connected to the KNX-Bus (RS-232, USB, IP).
This method is particularly recommended for installations
where the Gateways are located separately from the lights or
where the lights are not visible to the Gateways. Using this tool
enables the identification of the lights locally at the place of
installation.
The status of the lamps assigned to DALI group 1 can be made
available using this object. Whether a 1 bit status (On/Off) or a 1
byte value status (0…100%) is transmitted, can be set in the
parameters. The object type changes depending on the
parameter settings. The requirement for sending the object can
be adjusted.
Attention: When parameters are set as value status, the
value during the dimming process is sent immediately on
modification. This results in an in increased burden on the
bus during dimming.
4
Failure
Error status, group 1 bit
CRT
1
3. Commissioning via integrated web server
In addition to the KNX and DALI interface, the DaliControl also
has an RJ-45 interface, which makes it possible to connect the
device with an existing IP network. The integrated web server
ensures easy DALI commissioning via any web browser. The
IP address, which will have been programmed with ETS or
assigned by a DHCP server, is entered in a browser. Web
access is also possible via WLAN. The commissioning website
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Value
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Application description 7305 Dali Control
This object is used to inform about the error status within a DALI
group. Whether only a lamp malfunction, only an ECG
malfunction or both types result in an error status can be set in
the parameters. An object value of 0 means that no error has
occurred within the group. A value of 1 means that at least one
error has been detected within the group. The requirement for
sending the object can be adjusted.
241
242
Object name
Type
Flags
Switch, ECG 1
1 bit
CWT
On/Off
4 bit
CWT
Brighter/Darker Dim, ECG1
Value
Set Value, ECG 1
1Byte
CWT
Using this object, the lamp controlled by ECG1 can be switched,
dimmed or set to a lighting value (depending on parameters)
individually and independent of belonging to a group.
Flags
176
Failure
Error status, ECG1
1 bit
1 byte
CRT
CRT
Function
243
On/Off
Type
Flags
Switch, Broadcast
1 bit
CWT
Flags
1 Bit
CRWT
Switch, Input 2
1 Bit
CRWT
Function
245
Error
Object name
Error status, all errors
Type
Flags
1 Bit
CRT
Error
Error status, total
Lamp error
1 Bit
CRT
This object is used to inform about any ECG error status in the
Dali segment. The value 0 means that no error has occurred.
The value 1 means that an error has occurred in at least one
ECG in the segment.
Object 252 is required to program and call up set lighting
scenes. Please remember that individual Dali groups are
assigned to the different scenes on the device itself by using
the operating menu (see Operating and Assembly Manual).
This object is used to switch all lamps that are connected to the
Dali segment to the set Switch ON or OFF value via DALI
Broadcast telegrams. For Broadcast switching always use the
parameters of group 1.
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Type
This object is used to inform about any lamp error status in the
Dali segment. The value 0 means that no error has occurred.
The value 1 means that an error has occurred in at least one
lamp in the segment.
248 Error
Error status, total
1 Bit
CRT
ECG error
In addition to group and individual control, the application can
also be used for the complete control of all ECGs.
Communication in this case is via DALI Broadcast telegrams
and no new installation of the DALI is required. For complete
control, use objects 240 to 242.
Object name
Object name
Switch, Input 1
This object is used to inform about the error status Dali shortcircuit. The value 0 means that no error has occurred. The value
1 means that a Dali short-circuit has occurred.
Like object 176 for ECG 1, objects 177 to 239 are used for
ECGs 2 to 64.
On/Off
On/Off
Obj
247
Function
CWT
This object is used to inform about the error status of the Dali
segment, independent of the error type. The value 0 means that
no error has occurred. The value 1 means that an error has
occurred in the segment.
246 Error
Error status, DALI
1 Bit
CRT
Bus
No error:
0
Lamp error: 1
ECG error: 2
240
1 Byte
Objects 245 to 248 are used to inform about the status of
errors within the entire Dali segment. Objects are sent
whenever there is a change. However, they can also be
requested. The following error objects for the entire segment
are available:
This object is used to inform about the error status of ECG 1.
Whether the object is set only for a lamp malfunction, only for an
ECG malfunction or for both types, can be set in the parameters.
If an error has occurred, the 1 bit object has the value 1, if no
error has occurred, it has the value 0. An error status can also
still be configured as a 1Byte object. In this case the object
values are as follows:
Obj
Value, group 1
A switch signal is provided via this object, which depends on the
set pushbutton function of the potential-free input 2.
The DaliControl offers the possibility to make the error status
of each connected ECG available individually via one
communication object on the KNX Bus. Objects 176 to 239 are
used for this purpose.
Type
Obj
244
Like object 112 for ECG 1, objects 113 to 175 are used for
ECGs 2 to 64.
Object name
Value
A switch signal is provided via this object, which depends on the
set pushbutton function of the potential-free input 1.
Attention: Inconsistency between the actual set lighting
value of a lamp and the status value of the group can
occur when both individual control and group assignment
of ECGs are used. We therefore recommend that when
using individual control you do not assign the
corresponding ECG to a group or use it via group control.
This is the only way to avoid erroneous status reports.
Function
CWT
By using objects 243 and 244, the signal of the potential-free
pushbutton can also be made available to the KNX. The
pushbutton function is set on the device itself via the operating
menu (see Operating and Assembly Manual). It is important to
remember that even when the pushbutton is configured as a
dim button for Dali groups, only the switch object (short key
press) is available for the KNX. If the parameters of the
pushbutton are set to call up a Dali scene, the corresponding
object has no function.
112
Obj
4 Bit
This object is used to set all lamps that are connected to the Dali
to a lighting value via DALI Broadcast telegrams. For Broadcast
value setting always use the parameters of group 1.
Using the DaliControl all 64 ECGs / lamps can also be
controlled individually. However, in this case only one object is
available per ECG. The type of control and thus the object type
can be set via a corresponding parameter (see below).
Individual control is performed via the objects 112 to 175:
Function
Dimming,
Broadcast
This object is used to dim all lamps that are connected to the
Dali either up or down via DALI Broadcast telegrams. For
Broadcast dimming always use the parameters of group 1.
Like objects 0 to 4 for DALI group 1, objects 7 to 11 are
assigned to DALI group 2, objects 14 to 18 to DALI group 3
etc. up to objects 105 to 109 for DALI group 16.
Obj
Brighter/Darker
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Attention: Lighting values of scenes are saved on the
ECGs during programming. Please remember therefore to
ensure that all ECGs are connected and ready for use
during programming. If a scene is programmed and the
required ECG is not connected, there can be
inconsistencies between the actual set value and the
status reported by the Gateway.
Obj
Function
252
Invoke / save
scenes
Object name
Scenes 1-16
Type
Flags
1 Byte
CW
This determines which lighting condition is to be set on return
following a DALI error (short-circuit or ECG error)
Sending condition failure
object
Sending on request only
Sending on change
This sets the send condition for the error status of the DALI
th
groups (5 communication object of each group). The entire
error statistics (objects no. 245 to 248) are always sent when a
change occurs.
Light value on DALI and
No change
KNX failure
0%
5%
10 %
.... (continued in steps of 5%)...
90 %
95 %
100 %
Adjustment per group
This determines which lighting value is to be set in case of a
DALI or KNX error. In case of the “Setting per group” parameter,
two additional pages appear, on which the error values can be
chosen individually per group.
Start of DALI new and post
Enabled
installation by pushbuttons:
Disabled
This object is used to invoke scenes 1 -16 on receipt of a
telegram with values 0-15. If the highest significant bit is also set
(meaning a value from 128 to 143) the set lighting state is saved
in the corresponding scene:
Invoke
Save
Scene 1
0
128
Scene 2
1
129
Scene 3
2
130
.....
Scene 14
13
141
Scene 15
14
142
Scene 16
15
143
This sets whether a new or additional DALI installation can be
performed via the pushbuttons on the device. The device can
thus be protected against unauthorised access.
Parameters
For the purpose of clarity, the parameters are spread over
several pages. The following parameters are available:
One page is available for each group on which the groupspecific parameters can be set.
General page:
Page Group 1 - 16:
Parameters
Settings
Sending condition of status
object
Sending on request only
Sending on change
This sets the send condition for the light status of the DALI
th
groups (4 communication object of each group)
Parameters
Behaviour on KNX bus
voltage failure
No change
Change to failure value
Switch off
This determines which lighting condition is to be set in the event
of KNX bus voltage failure.
Switch on value:
Behaviour on KNX bus
voltage recovery
No change
Change to last value
Change to failure value
Switch off
This determines which lighting condition is to be set on return of
KNX bus voltage.
Behaviour on recovery after
DALI failure
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Settings
0%
5%
10 %
.... (continued in steps of 5%)...
90 %
95 %
100 %
Last value
This sets the parameter for the lighting value which is to be set in
the corresponding DALI group on receipt of a 1-telegram.
If the parameter setting “last value“ is selected, the value
switched on receipt of a 1-telegram, is the value that was set via
dimming or value setting before the last 0 telegram was
received.
No change
Change to last value
Switch off
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Dimming time
2.5 seconds
5 seconds
10 seconds
15 seconds
20 seconds
30 seconds
1 minute
…..
30 minutes
1 hour
This sets the time it should take to dim from 0% to 100% on
receiving a dim telegram (dimming speed).
This determines whether the status object should only make the
ON/OFF switch status for the corresponding DALI group
available or also the value status 0..100%.
Type of recognized failures: No error status
Only lamp error
Only ECG error
Lamp and ECG error
This determines the error types for which the error object of each
group makes an error status available.
If on the General Page the parameter “Lighting value in the
event of DALI and KNX errors“ is set to “Setting per group“,
two additional pages will appear on which the error values can
be selected individually.
Minimum value for dimming:
0%
5%
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
This sets the minimum dimming value. The setting 0% means
that the dimmer can also be used to switch off the light. The light
can always be switched on using the dimmer.
Maximum value for dimming 50%
55%
60%
.... (continued in steps of 5%)...
90%
95%
100%
This sets the maximum dimming value.
Page Failure values group 1 - 8:
Behaviour when receiving on Accept value immediately
Dim to the value
This determines whether to apply the switch ON value
immediately or whether to dim up to it when a 1-telegram is
received.
Behaviour when receiving off Accept value immediately
Dim to the value
Parameters
No change
0%
5%
10 %
.... (continued in steps of 5%)...
90 %
95 %
100 %
The user can set here which lighting value will be set in the
corresponding group in the event of a DALI or KNX error.
This determines whether to apply the switch OFF value
immediately or whether to dim down to it when a 0-telegram is
received.
Behaviour when receiving
value
The function of the page “Error Values Groups 9 – 16“, is
analogue to the one described on the previous page.
Accept value immediately
Dim to the value
This determines whether to apply the light value immediately or
whether to dim up or down to it when a 1 Byte telegram is
received.
Dimming time for On, Off,
2.5 seconds
Set Value
5 seconds
10 seconds
15 seconds
20 seconds
30 seconds
1 minute
…..
30 minutes
1 hour
This sets the time for dimming from 0% to 100% on receiving an
‘On’, ‘Off’ or ‘Set value’ telegram if the parameter was set to “Dim
to value”.
Type of status object
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Settings
Value Group 1:
...
Value Group 8:
In addition to group control, the DaliControl also offers
individual control of ECGs. Whether individual control is
possible as well as the type of individual control can be set on
a separate page.
Switch status, 1 bit
Value status, 0..100%
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Page ECG individual control:
Parameters
Settings
Common control by DALI
broadcast feasible
No
Yes
The user can set here whether complete control of all ECGs
should be possible. If the answer is yes, the group 1 parameters
(dimming time, max. dim value, etc) are applied to all ECGs.
Attention: In case of total control via DALI Broadcast, the
parameters in group 1 apply (e.g. switch on value,
dimming time, etc). They can be set on the corresponding
parameter page.
The DaliControl also enables DALI commissioning via a
permanent or temporary IP network. The operations necessary
for the commissioning process can be performed via the web
pages of the integrated web server. The IP address is usually
assigned by the DHCP service of a DHCP server on the
network. If no DHCP server is available, the settings need to
be performed manually.
The required network configurations are set via parameters.
Page IP configuration
Parameters
Settings
ECG individual control
feasible:
No
Yes
The user can set here whether ECGs should be controlled
individually. If the parameter “Yes“ is selected, additional
parameters will appear to set the individual control.
Detectable failure types:
No failure status
Only lamp failures by 1Bit object
Only ECG failures by 1Bit object
Lamp and ECG failures by 1Bit
object
Lamp and/or ECG failures by 1Byte
object
The user can set here whether errors are to be detected
individually for each ECG and which error type is to be detected.
The error objects 176 to 239 will appear depending on the
parameter.
ECG 1
.....
ECG 64
No Individual Control
Switch only via 1 Bit object
Dim only via 4 Bit object
Set value only via 1 Byte object
The user can set here which object type is to be used for the
individual control of the ECG. Only one object is available for
each ECG in this case. The object type appears depending on
the parameter.
Parameters
Settings
Device name (max. 30
characters)
DaliControl
The device name (User Friendly Name) for IP identification of the
device can be entered here.
IP adress assignment
by DHCP Service
manually
The user can set here whether the address will be assigned
automatically by a DHCP server on the network or whether a
fixed IP address will be entered manually.
IP address:byte 1
0 [0..255]
In addition to group and individual control, the application also
offers complete control of all connected ECGs at the same
time. Communication in this case is via DALI Broadcast
Telegrams and no new installation of the DALI is required.
If the address is assigned manually, the 1. Byte of the IP address
can be set here. The settings of Bytes 2...4 are analogue.
Page Common control:
IP subnet mask: Byte 1
255 [0..255]
If the address is assigned manually, the 1. Byte of the IP subnet
mask can be set here. The settings of Bytes 2...4 are analogue.
The settings of the subnet mask must correspond to the settings
of the commissioning PC.
IP standard gateway: Byte 0 [0..255]
1
If the address is assigned manually, the 1. Byte of the IP
Standard Gateway can be set here The settings of Bytes 2...4
are analogue. A Standard Gateway is only required for
connection via a Router (e.g. Internet). Normally, no settings are
required.
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Application description 7305 Dali Control
Attention: Please agree the IP settings with the network
administrator. If no DHCP service is available on the
network, the IP settings need to be performed manually. It
is therefore important to ensure that the selected settings
are admissible on the network.
Behaviour in the event of voltage failure
and voltage return
The different scenarios for voltage failure and voltage return
can be set via the parameters on the General Page.
The behaviour of the connected lamps can be set via the
parameters “Behaviour in the event of KNX bus voltage failure
and return of KNX bus voltage”. If the setting “No change“ is
selected, the lighting value that was set last, is retained. If the
setting “Switch to error value“ is selected, the value set on the
lamp is the one that was set under „Lighting value in the event
of DALI or KNX errors”. The setting “Switch to last value” is
only possible for the return of KNX bus voltage. If the error
value has been activated in the event of bus voltage failure,
this parameter setting will cause the lighting values to be
automatically re-set to the values before the failure once the
voltage returns. Please remember that the correct last value
can only be set, if during the bus voltage failure no other power
failure of the Gateway has occurred. In the event of a Gateway
power failure, the lights will be switched off on return of the
voltage if the parameter was set to “Switch to last value“
(Value 0). If the parameter “Switch Off“ is set, the lamps will be
switched off in any case.
A Dali error can occur in the event of a short circuit or when
the DALI line is interrupted. If an error occurs, the error lighting
value that is saved in the ECGs (Setting via lighting value in
the event of DALI and KNX error) will be set. If the parameter
for the behaviour after the occurrence of a DALI error is set to
”Switch to last value“ or “Switch Off“, a safe and correct lamp
setting can only be ensured if the error has occurred for at
least 1-2 minutes (depending on the number of connected
ECGs). In order for the Gateway to be able to recognise the
error, all ECGs are contacted cyclically. Depending on the
number, this process can take up to 2 minutes. It is therefore
possible that in the event of a very brief error, the Gateway will
not yet have detected the error and will not perform the desired
function. In this case inconsistencies can occur between the
set lighting value and the displayed status. This problem is
inherent in the Dali system.
A failure of the Gateway power supply always leads to a
complete re-set of the device. The behaviour after a device reset is also determined by the parameter Behaviour on return of
bus voltage. Please remember that, if “Switch to last value“ is
set, the device is switched off, as the internal memory is
deleted during the device re-set.
Please also remember another characteristic in the event of
simultaneous return of Gateway power supply and ECG
voltage. Principally all DALI ECGs are switched on as soon as
the power is switched on. If the parameter for behaviour on
return of bus voltage is set to “Switch Off“, the switch off
command needs ca. 1 second to take effect after the system
is re-started. On return of the voltage, the ECGs will have
initially been switched on automatically and only then switched
off. As a result the lamps will be lit briefly when the respective
parameters are set. This behaviour is also system-inherent
and cannot be prevented.
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