3D Reid - Birmingham, England

3D Reid - Birmingham, England
3D Reid - Birmingham, England
373 Lighting Control Modules (plugable control)
376 Controls for colour- changing luminaires
379 Stand Alone energy saving lighting controls
371
LIGHTING CONTROLS
LIGHTING CONTROLS
372 Introduction
DAYLIGHT LINKED
+ PIR + MANUAL
DIMMING
-75%
Dimmable
HF Ballast
DAYLIGHT LINKED
DIMMING
-60%
Dimmable
HF Ballast
PIR + MANUAL
DIMMING
-50%
Dimmable
HF Ballast
MANUAL
DIMMING
-30%
Dimmable
HF Ballast
FIXED OUTPUT
+30%
HF Ballast
2
Energy Efficient Lighting Controls
In a world where cost-saving gives competitive advantage, where Corporate-Social-Responsibility is central to your
company’s brand-image, and where legislative compliance is crucial, deployment of lighting control systems answers
these three challenges. Conservation of energy from automated controls can reduce lighting-related energy
consumption by up to 60%. With a range of sophisticated products that enable immediate energy savings and simple
operation, Havells-Sylvania offers a complete end-to-end solution for lighting. From daylight-harvesting and digital
dimming to emergency-testing and energy-use reporting, a bespoke system using DALI and Ethernet networks can be
expanded from single rooms and corridors to complete building-wide control, optimising building running costs whilst
maintaining comfort and safety. Control systems can also improve the simplicity of operation of lighting installations,
automating regular switching patterns, regulating light levels and allowing entire floors or buildings to change from
‘daytime’ to ‘night-time’ illumination settings at the press of a single button.
Havells-Sylvania is able to arrange the planning and commissioning of a broad range of control systems tailored to
meet the requirements of each specific installation from a simple luminaire including daylight linking to sophisticated
PC controlled systems incorporating hundreds or thousands of luminaires. A brief summary of control principals and
technologies follows, for further information on the range of control systems available please contact our sales office
or your local sales representative.
Presence detection
Types of control
On/off switching
• Local switch control
Lighting control at its most basic - the use of a local
switch plate to turn light luminaire on and off as
required.
Absence detection
Passive InfraRed sensor
Microwave sensor
• Occupancy sensing
Presence detection: lights on automatically when
motion is detected. Lights off automatically when area is
unoccupied for a period of time.
Absence detection: lights switched on manually by the
user, lights off automatically.
PIR sensor: detects the movement of a warm body.
Microwave sensor: detects any small movement over a
larger area.
• Timed control
Automates the switching on and off of luminaires during
the day i.e. to ensure that all (or selected) luminaires are
switched off at times when the building, or areas within
the building, will be unoccupied. These timed events can
also be based on an astronomical clock, allowing the
automated times to be offset to sunrise and sunset.
Switch Dim
A variety of different systems are available, but all work
using mains voltage as a control signal. Depending on
how long a conventional push-to-make switch is held
down the ballast can interpret the signal either as a
dimming or switching command.
Allows fittings to be dimmed through the use of a local
switch plate, providing a greater degree of control to
the occupants of the space.
DSI
With this system both on/off and 1% - 100% power
regulation are achieved by means of a digital signal
broadcast to all of the ballasts on a control circuit
(loop). Control requires the use of more sophisticated
equipment. Control is usually achieved through the use
of more sophisticated switch plates or remote control
devices to recall and adjust desired dimming levels.
The dimming curve used in DSI ballasts ensures that
changes in light level are friendlier to the human eye
when compared to the traditional 1-10V ballast. With
DSI there is the potential for a maximum of 100 ballasts
per loop.
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Lighting Controls
Daylight Harvesting Systems
Uses photocells to maintain an approximate illumination
level within an area by either switching or dimming
luminaires as the amount of daylight within an area
increases or decreases.
1-10V Analogue
Analogue ballasts incorporate a dimming circuit
which regulates the lamp power - typically between
10-100% depending on lamp or luminaire type,
normally controlled through either a linear or rotary
potentiometer (dimmer). On/Off control requires a
separate On/Off mains switch within the circuit.
Regulation parameters:
• No signal/connection = full output
• 10V = full output
• 1V = minimum output
Changes in light level tend to have a non-linear
appearance to the human eye when the dimming is
adjusted. The maximum number of ballasts on a circuit is
dependent upon the total control circuit current and the
potentiometer capacity. Any change to the system may
require the system to be re-wired.
DALI - Digital Addressable Lighting Interface
DALI ballasts provide both power regulation and on/
off switching along with a degree of local intelligence
within each ballast, reducing the complexity of the
control system. In a DALI system each ballast on a loop
can be individually addressed and controlled, providing
potential to greatly reduce the wiring complexity and
allowing changes to the system to be achieved by
simply reprogramming the ballasts. Each DALI loop
can accommodate a maximum of 64 ballasts and each
ballast can be allocated to up to 16 control groups. A
maximum of 16 pre-programmed scenes levels can also
be programmed into each ballast, for easy recall by the
control system.
Additionally DALI can provide:
• Function checks of ballasts and lamps in each luminaire
from a central position.
• Storage of pre-programmed information in the ballast
(e.g. pre-set illumination levels of fixture grouping).
Changes in light level tend to have a linear appearance
when the dimmer is adjusted.
Lighting Control Wiring diagrams
The following guides provide examples of typical wiring diagrams and requirements for the four main types of control
systems:
•Switch dim ballast – using local push to make switches
•1-10V analogue dimmable ballast – Incorporating a dimmer circuit and controlled by local potentiometer
•Digital Serial Interface (DSI) – Requiring a control loop to send digital control signals and local switch plates or
remote control device to control (usually requires programming)
•Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI) – incorporating dimmer and local intelligence, requires a DALI bus
L
N
Earth
Switch-DIM Ballast or Driver
Switch DIM input
Switch DIM input
To lamp(s)
or LEDs
Mains input
and control devices or by sophisticated management systems
L
N
Earth
Switch-DIM Ballast or Driver
Switch DIM input
Switch DIM input
To lamp(s)
or LEDs
Ballasts connected to the same input will operate together
Switch Dim Ballasts
• All ballasts require a permanent mains supply
• Switch is push-to-make (retractive)
• Max number of ballast is governed by rating of the
push-to-make switch
• All wiring is mains rated
- Do not connect to a low voltage control equipment
Note: SwitchDIM and low-voltage DSI must not be interconnected
Push-to-make
Retractive Switch
L (switched)
N
Earth
1-10V Dimmable Ballast or Driver
Control input (1-10V)
0V
To lamp(s)
or LEDs
Mains input
Switch required to
• Separate switch required for on/off
Control input (1-10V)
0V
To lamp(s)
or LEDs
1-10V ballasts connected to the same input will operate together
L (switched)
N
Earth
1-10V Dimmable Ballast or Driver
1-10V Analogue Dimmable Ballasts
• All external wiring ‘by others’ to comply with relevant
standards
• Dimming control cable to be 2 core screened min
0.75mm Polarity must be maintained. Use loop-in,
loop-out method
Connect to potentiometer
or 1-10V signal from controller
to dim from min. to max.
Lighting Controls
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DSI Ballast or Driver
DALI Input
DALI Input
To lamp(s)
or LEDs
L
N
Earth
DSI ballasts connected to the same input will operate together
L
N
Earth
DSI Ballast or Driver
DALI Input
DALI Input
To lamp(s)
or LEDs
DSI - Digital Serial Interface
• All ballasts require a permanant mains supply
• DSI signal cable is a dedicated 2 core wired with a
free-topology
• DSI controller may have various inputs
• There may be restrictions on number of ballasts on one
controller typically a ballast requires 2mA and a typical
controller may be able to supply upto 20mA, 100mA
or, in some cases of larger controllers, upto 200mA.
• System may require ‘programming’
Mains input
Lighting Control Wiring diagrams
1.5mm2
Max. 300m
DALI ballasts connected to the same DALI bus can be
controlled together (broadcast) or independently (by group / channel)
This is dedined during the commissioning process
L
N
Earth
DALI Input
DALI Input
1.5mm2
Max. 300m
DALI Low-Voltage
Control Signal
from control system
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Lighting Controls
DALI Ballast or Driver
DALI Input
DALI Input
To lamp(s)
or LEDs
L
N
Earth
DALI Ballast or Driver
To lamp(s)
or LEDs
DALI - Digital Addressable Lighting Interface
• All ballasts require a permanat mains supply
• DALI data highway is dedicated 2 core cable
• Use 1.5mm2 cable, 300m max, no loops
• System MAY require programming, unless broadcastDALI is being used where all ballasts always perform
the same operations
Mains input
DSI Low-Voltage
Control Signal
from control system
Integrated controls within luminaires
“Intelligent” Luminaires with Lighting Controls
Built-In
Luminaires from across all of our brands (Sylvania,
Lumiance and Concord) are available with controls builtin, for occupancy detection and/or daylight harvesting.
Standard products include bulkhead and linear luminaires
with occupancy detection and daylight harvesting built in.
Giotto LED range with integrated miniature microwave detector
Grouped Control Behaviour
The sensor in any luminaire seeing motion can
illuminate all of the linked luminaire in the group
Individual sensor-equipped luminaires can be linked
together to act in a group, where any sensor detecting
motion can switch on the whole group. This enables
larger areas to be controlled as one. Fixtures close to
windows can still independently regulate their output
according to daylight.
Speak to our sales team for more information and a
bespoke solution for your project.
Analogue Light Level Regulator
For 1-10V linear luminaires: Clips onto the lamp in a
linear luminaire, and provides a 1-10V control signal to
the ballast.
Code: P223409
Analogue Light Level Regulator
Lighting Controls
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Controls for colour-changing luminaires
Havells Sylvania supports colour-changing luminaires from all three product brands (Concord, Lumiance and Sylvania)
with compatible control systems.
How Does RGB Colour Mixing Work?
RGB colour mixing is an additive process: optically combining the output of red, green and blue coloured-lamps or
LEDs to create the desired colour. A typical control system can vary the intensity of each of the three channels in steps
of 1/255th of full-brightness, leading to 255 red x 255 blue x 255 green combinations, or a spectrum of 16.5 million
possible colours.
What is DMX?
DMX (Digital MultipleX) is a lighting control protocol, originating from the entertainment industry, which is capable
of transmitting the levels of up to 512 channels very rapidly, updating many times per second. The DMX control
protocol is digital, which means that it sends the level-values for each channel as a stream of binary data using a single
balanced cable. As such it is ideal for controlling arrays of colour-changing luminaires, where a luminaire may typically
require three channels of control at a time: one for the RED level, one for the GREEN level and one for the BLUE level.
Therefore to instruct a luminaire to emit purple light, for example, the red and blue channels would be set to a high
level whilst the green channel would be instructed to be at zero brightness
The DMX signal is used for controlling a driver, and is not directly connected to the actual LEDs themselves because
it is not a power signal. Regulated power for the LEDS (or other lamp types) is provided by the driver or control gear,
which may be built into a luminaire or which may be remote.
DMX is wired in a daisy-chain topology, of up to 300m long with the “far end” terminated by connecting a 120R
resistor between the + and – data conductors. There can be upto 32 “unit loads” connected to the DMX bus, where
a typical luminaire has a unit load of “one”. For longer runs, or more luminaires, DMX repeaters/splitters or signal
amplifiers are required. Some products, such as the Floodline RGB from Sylvania have a lower unit load, enabling
longer chains of luminaires.
Typical System Block Diagram:
DMX controller - Brushed Stainless Steel
DMX Wiring
Recommended DMX cable:
Belden 9841 (two-core screened
cable)
Maximum DMX cable length:
300m, wired as a daisy-chain (no
loops, spurs. T’s or Y’s)
Maximum number of DMX
devices per daisy-chain: 32 “unit
loads”
Note: more advanced DMX control systems, signal distribution and programming are available on request.
DMX controller - Chrome
DMX Controllers for use with Colour-Changing luminaires
0036926 Wall Mounted DMX Controller with LCD display. Requires a fascia, from the list below.
User controls: scroll wheel and buttons
Select colours, select sequences and adjust master speed/brightness
Outputs: 2 x DMX512.
Configurable terminals: switch input, or 0-10V output.
Professional line-level audio input for sound-to-light sequencing.
Built in time-clock with astronomical trigger function.
Built-in webserver for monitoring and colour/pattern recall.
Does not require a PC to configure or operate.
Key feature: Simple out-of-the-box quick setup for standard colours/luminaires
0036927 Brushed Stainless Steel fascia, for Wall Mounted DMX Controller
0036928 White fascia for above
0036929 Polished chrome fascia for above
DMX Controller
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Lighting Controls
0036930 Pre-programmable DMX controller
Configured from a PC via USB connection, using simple Windows software
1 x DMX output
Automatic replay without user interaction
Controls for colour-changing luminaires
Products for use with Lumiance LumiStrip and LumiPanel
We have two colour-controllers for driving the LumiStrip and LumpPanel constant-voltage luminaires:
3036924 accepts a DMX input, such as from either DMX controller 0036926 or 0036930, along with a 24V DC input
voltage from a PSU, and converts these into the three channels of constant-voltage output suitable for driving the
Lumiance RGB Lumistrip. Use with Constant Voltage Power Supplies, such as 3036294 (100W, 24V)
A 5m RGB LumiStrip Pro requires 72W in total.
3036908 is a driver without a DMX input, the colour selection is made via the three buttons on top, or via the radio
control unit.
3036909 (30A) / 3036925 (10A) are RGB LED-Power Signal Boosters (for use with LumiStrip / LumiPanel colour
controllers):
Takes an RGB signal input, along with a PSU, to increase the number of LumiStrip / LumiPanel units that can be
controlled.
Notes on maximum system size for LumiStrip or LumiPanel RGB Systems:
• One controller (3036908 or 3036924) connected to a 100W PSU may control upto 66 amplifiers, wired in parallel, if
there is no other load connected to the controller, because each amplifier requires 1.5W.
• One controller, connected to a 100W PSU, may control upto 19 amplifiers, if it is also driving a 5m LumiStrip
• Upto 9 amplifiers may be wired in a series chain, with the output of one connected to the input of the next.
DMX Control from the DIN-Rail Range
Power Supply
24V e.g. 3036294
+
Gnd.
DMX
DMX
Power
3036924
-
Red
Orange
Yellow
Lawn Green
daisy-chain (series)
+
+
R
G
B
max. in parallel
RGB LumiStrip / LumiPanel
Upto 19 x 3036925 can be controlled from the output of one 3036924 if wired in parallel, if
Example DMX cable: Belden 9841
2-core, screened, 24AWG min.
DMX Controller
e.g. 0036926
...
...
-
+
+
Amplifier
3036925 / 3036909
R
G
B
-
+
+
Green
Amplifier
3036925 / 3036909
Mint
Power Supply
Cyan
R
G
B
Power Supply
24V e.g. 3036294
RGB LumiStrip / LumiPanel
Power Supply
24V e.g. 3036294
RGB LumiStrip / LumiPanel
24V e.g. 3036294
Deep Sky Blue
Blue
DMX
Power
Moonlight Blue
Purple
3036924
-
+
+
R
G
B
RGB LumiStrip / LumiPanel
Magenta
To next DMX input... upto 9 x “slave” 3036924 can be connected on 300m max. DMX bus, with daisy-chain topology.
Deep Pink
RGB White
RGBW White
Capti
Long Rainbow Ripple
Long Rainbow Solid
Short Rainbow Ripple
Short Rainbow Solid
Hot Colours Ripple
Hot Colours Solid
Cold Colours Ripple
Cold Colours Solid
The Low-Voltage I/O module, when used with the DIN-rail Network Processor from the same product range, can
output DMX for the controlling simple colour-selection or pre-defined colour-changing sequences.
0041613
0041627
0041626
0041614
0041615
DIN Rail PSU
DIN Rail Network Processor - Contains the control behaviour definition, and also enables
web-browser control
DIN Rail LV I/O Module - For switch inputs, sensors, simple colour/sequence-selection via a DMX output and DSI / 1-10v control
Control plate, wall-mounting
Fascia for control plate, Brushed Stainless Steel
Lighting Controls
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PIR detectors - Ceiling-mounted
Features
Switching detectors
• Presence / Absence detection functionality
• On / off switching via lux level sensing
• Dual sensitivity: independently configurable ON and
OFF motion sensitivity
• Adjustable time delay (10 sec to 30 min) before
switching luminaires off
• Covers up to 7m diameter at a 2.8m mounting height
0041540
0041541
0041542
0041543
• Programmable via remote handset
• Additional user handsets available to control on/off
• IP55 version for damp environments (0041541)
• Box accessory enables surface mounting
• Can also control heating and ventilation loads
• Switching versions may be connected in parallel for
larger areas, e.g. ‘L shaped corridors’
Dimming detectors
• DALI or analogue dimming functionality
• Two channel flexibility (on all DALI detectors)
0041546
0041561
• Step-down illumination
• Scene setting and recall
• Lamp burn-in
• Control capacity: digital detectors up to 20 DALI
dimming ballasts (10 if channel 1 relay used), analogue
detectors up to 10 dimming ballasts
• User handset available to control on/off, lux levels and
pre-set scenes
0041558
0041562
PIR detectors - Ceiling-mounted
Load Rating at
Load Rating at 230
Description Code 230 vac Time Delay
vac R/I/F & CF
Occupancy-linked detectors with lux level sensing
0041540
10A
10 sec to 99 min
Compact PIR presence/absence detector with lux level sensing,
0041541
0041559
0041594
time delay function and infrared override
As 0041540 plus suitable for damp environments (IP55)
Occupancy-linked detectors with lux level sensing and dimming
PIR presence/absence detector with DALI dimming and time
0041542
delay function (up to 20 ballasts)
0041543
Occupancy detector with 1-10V analogue dimming output (up to 10 ballasts)
10A
10 sec to 99 min
10A
10 sec to 99 min
10A
10 sec to 99 min
R = Resistive; I = Incandescent; Fluorescent; CF = Compact Fluorescent
Accessories
Code
0041546
0041558
0041559
0041560
0041561
0041562
0041594
0041560
Description Handheld programming device
Surface mounting back box
User override remote handset on/off (lux level sensing & dimming models)
User override remote handset, off only (lux level sensing & dimming models)
User handset override on/off; lux up/lux down (lux level sensing & dimming models)
Programming handset for lux level sensing and dimming detectors
Surface mounting back box extender ring
Detection pattern
2.8m
7m
Area of
high sensitivity
378
Lighting Controls
Dimensions (mm)
Area of
lower sensitivity
Microwave detectors - Wall-mounted
• Up to 30m detection
• Low numbers of detectors required to cover a large
area
• Dual sensitivity: independently configurable ON and
OFF motion sensitivity
• Adjustable time delay (15 seconds - 30 minutes)
• Holds load on until occupant is no longer detected
• Self contained
• No external control boxes, minimises installation time
• Voltage free contact option
• IP66 version also available
• Box accessory enables surface mounting
• Can also control heating and ventilation loads
• Multiple units can be used in parallel to cover areas
such as ‘L shaped’ corridors
0041547*
Zone 1
Microwave detectors - wall-mounted
Code
0041549*
Load rating at 230 vac Load rating at 230 vac
R/I/F & CF
Time Delay
Description Occupancy-linked detectors with lux level sensing
0041547* Microwave occupancy detector with lux level sensing and time delay function
10A
15 sec to 30 min
0041549*
10A
15 sec to 30 min
As 0041547*, plus suitable for damp environments (IP66) rating
* Note that these products are only suitable for use in the following country(ies): UK. Other countries by request.
Special voltage to order R = Resistive; I = Incandescent; Fluorescent; CF = Compact Fluorescent
Accessories
Code
0041546
0041561
0041559
0041562
Description
0041546
0041558
0041559
0041560
0041561
0041562
0041594
Handheld programming device
Surface mounting back box
User override remote handset on/off (lux level sensing & dimming models)
User override remote handset, off only (lux level sensing & dimming models)
User handset override on/off; lux up/lux down (lux level sensing & dimming models)
Programming handset for lux level sensing and dimming detectors
Surface mounting back box extender ring
30m
6m
0041560
Area of high sensitivity
Area of lower sensitivity
86
110
23
86
48
22
95
110
15
Dimensions (mm)
95
Lighting Controls
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Microwave detectors - Ceiling-mounted
Zone 1
• Switching detectors
• Adjustable time delay
• Dual sensitivity: independently configurable ON and
OFF motion sensitivity
• Holds load on until occupant is no longer detected
Self-contained unit
• No external control boxes, minimises installation time
• Voltage free contact option
Microwave detectors - Ceiling-mounted
0041548*
Description
Code
Load rating at 230 vac
R/I/F & CF
Occupancy-linked detectors with lux level sensing
0041548* Microwave occupancy detector with lux level
0041550*
sensing and time delay function
As 0041548*, plus suitable for damp environments
(IP66) rating
Load rating at 230 vac
Time Delay
10A
15 sec to 30 min
10A
15 sec to 30 min
* Note that these products are only suitable for use in the following country(ies): UK. Other countries by request.
Special voltage to order R = Resistive; I = Incandescent; Fluorescent; CF = Compact Fluorescent
Accessories
Code
0041546
0041558
0041550*
Description
Handheld programming device
Surface mounting back box
User override remote handset on/off (lux level sensing & dimming models)
User override remote handset, off only (lux level sensing & dimming models)
User handset override on/off; lux up/lux down (lux level sensing & dimming models)
Programming handset for lux level sensing and dimming detectors
0041559
0041560
0041561
0041562
0041546
0041561
0041559
0041562
2.8m
10m
0041560
Area of
high sensitivity
Area of
lower sensitivity
0041548*
0041550*
110
86
23
86
48
95
110
22
15
95
Dimensions (mm)
380
Lighting Controls
Microwave detectors - Ceiling-mounted and tilt adjustable
Zone 1
Switching detectors
• Occupancy detection and switching with lux level
sensing
• Time delay function (10 second - 99 minutes)
2.8m
• Dual sensitivity: independently configurable ON and
OFF motion sensitivity, presence or absence detection
functionality
12 - 16m
2.6m
Area of
high sensitivity
• Programmable via remote handsets: 0041546 or
0041562
2.6m
Area of high sensitivity
• Accessory enables surface mounting
30m
Area of lower sensitivity
6m
• The wall mounting bracket enables the adjustable
microwave sensor, installed within a surface mounting
back box, to be attached at a lower height than the
ceiling, for example in a position below the level of
direct/indirect luminaires
30m
Area of high sensitivity
Area of lower sensitivity
Sensitivity set to maximum
Detector head position set to 80°
Area of high sensitivity
Area of lower sensitivity
2.6m
22m
• Switching versions may be connected in parallel for
larger areas, e.g. ‘L shaped corridors’
6m
2.6m
22m
6m
Area of lower sensitivity
Area of high sensitivity
2.6m
Sensitivity set to maximum
Detector head position set to 0°
22m
Area of high sensitivity 6m
Dimming detectors
0041551*, 0041552*, 0041553*
2.6m30m
6m
• User handset available to control
0041556, 0041557
Area of
lower sensitivity
6m
Area of lower sensitivity
• DSI, DALI or 1-10V dimming versions
Area of high sensitivity
• Two channel flexibility: one switched, one dimming on
DALI version
Area of lower sensitivity
2.6m
25m
• Step-down illumination
• Scene setting and recall
6m
2.6m
Sensitivity set to 80° 25m
Detector head position set to 80°6m
2.6m
• Lamp burn-in
Area of high sensitivity
• Control capacity: digital detectors up to 20 DALI
dimming ballasts (10 if channel 1 relay used), analogue
detectors up to 10 dimming ballasts
25m
Area of lower sensitivity
6m
Area of high sensitivity
Area of high sensitivity
• Can also control heating and ventilation loads
Area of lower sensitivity
Area of lower sensitivity
Microwave detectors - Ceiling-mounted and tilt adjustable
Code
0041546
0041561
Load rating at 230 vac
R/I/F & CF
Description
Occupancy linked detectors with lux level sensing
0041551* Adjustable head microwave presence/absence detector with lux 10A
10 sec to 99 min
10A
10 sec to 99 min
Adjustable head microwave presence/absence detector for 1-10V 10A
analogue dimming output
10 sec to 99 min
level sensing, infrared override and time delay function
Occupancy-linked detectors with lux level sensing and dimming
0041552* Adjustable head microwave presence/absence detector with
dimming and time delay function. DALI dimming output.
0041553*
0041558 / 0041560
0041562
Load rating at 230 vac
Time Delay
* Note that these products are only suitable for use in the following country(ies): UK. Other countries by request.
R = Resistive; I = Incandescent; Fluorescent; CF = Compact Fluorescent
Accessories
0041559
0041592
Code
0041546
0041558
0041559
0041560
0041561
0041562
0041591
0041592
0041593
0041594
Description
Handheld programming device
Surface mounting back box
User override remote handset on/off (lux level sensing & dimming models)
User override remote handset, off only (lux level sensing & dimming models)
User handset override on/off; lux up/lux down (lux level sensing & dimming models)
Programming handset for lux level sensing and dimming detectors
Surface mounting back box for adjustable microwave sensor
Wall mounting bracket
Surface mounting back box extender ring for adjustable microwave sensor
Surface mounting back box extender ring
90˚
0041591
74
0041593 / 0041594
85
92
Dimensions (mm)
Lighting Controls
381
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