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MODERN LIGHT IN SCHOOLS
USER MANUAL
CONTENT
School lighting system ................................................................. 4
Configuring School lighting system .............................................. 6
Mode changing .......................................................................... 8
Mode checking ........................................................................... 9
Configuration changing ............................................................. 10
Configuration checking .............................................................. 11
DALI grouping and addressing ................................................... 12
Changing hold time ................................................................... 14
PIR Sensor sensitivity ................................................................... 15
Setting daylight sensor mode ..................................................... 16
Reports ..................................................................................... 18
CONTENT
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SCHOOL LIGHTING SYSTEM
Master luminaire
(Multi-sensor)
Slave luminaire
(Movement sensor)
GROUP 4
GROUP 3
LED luminaire DALI
LED luminaire DALI
for blackboard
GROUP 2
Push button
for blackboard
lighting
(GROUP 4)
GROUP 1
230V
DALI
2
CD
2 CD
1
AB
1 AB
Push button
for general
lighting
(GROUP 1,2,3)
LNE
PBU
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COMPONENTS
DA+
DACOM
A1
B1
COM
C1
D1
SWITCH
GROUP
A
ACTION
Short push
Long push
1,2,3
ON
▲
B
1,2,3
OFF
▼
C
4
ON
▲
D
4
OFF
▼
COMPONENTS
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CONFIGURING SCHOOL LIGHTING SYSTEM
In this manual we are going to show all configuring process “Step-by-step”.
To change configuration you will need Remote control. To ensure the
transmission of commands keeps remote control aiming to the infrared
receiver of the motion sensor (build-in luminaire).
The red LED and green “send” button play an important role when
making changes to the School lighting system configuration. The red LED
will blink when expecting additional key input after initiating an action (for
example when changing the mode number). Once the input is provided,
or an internal timer (approximately 2-3s) has expired, it will stop blinking.
The green “send” button is used to transmit the information to the School
lighting system. During transmission the red LED will blink rapidly. The
position of the red LED and green “send” button is shown in the picture
above.
Red LED
Send button
Infrared receiver
Light detector
Movement detector (PIR)
Service button/indicator
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CONFIGURING SCHOOL LIGHTING SYSTEM
CONFIGURING SCHOOL LIGHTING SYSTEM
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MODE CHANGING
MODE CHECKING
At first, you will need to change default Mode.
Check if the Mode is now correct.
1) Press button “mode”.
2) During red signalization LED on the Remote control is blinking, press
button “3”.
3)Press “send” button
1)Press “mode?” button.
2) All lights will go to minimum level for 2 s, then to maximum level for 2 s,
followed by a sequence of flashes (The number of flashes have to be
counted and represents the mode number - 3 times). The lights will go
back to their previous situation.
3) If the Mode is not Mode 3, then repeat Mode changing.
After transmission the lights will blink as a confirmation that the transmission
is received correctly and the requested change has been made.
Max. level
2s
State before
request
buttons 0-9
Min. level
2s
Press
mode?
button
Send button
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MODE CHANGING
2s
State after
request
=
State before
request
1s. at Min. level followed by 1s. at Max.
level counts as 1 (this example = mode 5)
Mode button
Mode button
MODE CHECKING
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CONFIGURATION CHANGING
CONFIGURATION CHECKING
Change configuration using following steps.
Check if the Configuration is now correct.
1)Press “config” button.
2) During red signalization LED on the Remote control is blinking, press
button “1”.
3)Press “send” button.
1)Press “link?” button.
2) All lights will go to minimum level.
3) The number of flashes has to be counted and represents the active
configuration (1 flash).
4) The lights will go back to their previous situation.
5) If the Configuration is not 1, then repeat Configuration changing.
After transmission lights will blink as a confirmation that the transmission is
received correctly and the requested change has been made.
buttons 0-9
Config button
Send button
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CONFIGURATION CHANGING
link? button
CONFIGURATION CHECKING
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DALI GROUPING AND ADDRESSING
Now we need to assign luminaires into the groups. Using this setting
luminaires will be sorted to 4 groups:
Group 1 = Window row
Group 2 = Corridor row
Group 3 = Middle row/Decorative lighting
Group 4 = Blackboard lighting
It leads to bigger energy saving using cascade dimming. Luminaires closer
to the window will be Window row, luminaires farther will be Corridor row.
In case, there are luminaires in the middle - Middle row.
100%
Corridor
To prepare addressing please follow these steps:
1) To start the addressing process press “DALI” button.
The School lighting system will first set all lights to maximum light
output and start searching for connected devices. This can take some
time depending on how many devices are connected. Each time a device
is found, the device will be set to minimum level.
2) One device will start flashing and the system needs to be informed
into which Group this light point should be placed by pressing the
corresponding button on the remote:
1 = Group 1
2 = Group 2
3 = Group 3
4 = Group 4
DALI button
80%
Middle
Dimming
Window
30%
15%
As soon as the last luminaire is assigned,
the full system will flash two times as an
acknowledgement that the programming has
succeeded after which all lights will return to
their default setting related to the selected
mode of the School lighting system.
Natural light
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DALI GROUPING AND ADDRESSING
DALI GROUPING AND ADDRESSING
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CHANGING HOLD TIME
If the setting for the Hold time is not meeting the needs of the application it can
be adapted. The hold time can be set at 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 3.0… 30 minutes.
To change the Hold time setting, follow the procedure as described below.
1)Press “delay” button.
2)Choose desired delay time by pressing the appropriate button
(combination). If a hold time of 0.5 min is required this is achieved by
pressing the 0 button. If a hold time of 1.5 min is required this is achieved
by pressing the 9 followed by the 0 button.
3) Point the front of the remote to the
Luminaire and press “send” button.
buttons 0-9
Send button
Delay button
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CHANGING HOLD TIME
PIR SENSOR SENSITIVITY
Since PIR detection is based on moving temperature spots it is possible that
a sensor seems to detect movement although this detection is of an air flow
that has a different temperature compared to its surroundings. Example is
airflow produced by an air conditioning outlet or above/ near a heater. This
airflow could lead to false triggering (occupancy detection) of the system. If
this air flow triggers the sensor, it is possible to reduce sensitivity of the PIR
sensor. There are 2 possible situations namely high or low sensitivity.
To change the PIR sensor sensitivity follow the procedure as described
below.
1)Press “pir” button
2)Press “1” for low sensitivity
or “3” for high sensitivity.
3) Point the front of the remote to the
luminaire and press “send” button.
buttons
1 and 3
Send button
Pir button
PIR SENSOR SENSITIVITY
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SETTING DAYLIGHT SENSOR MODE
To change the Daylight sensor mode follow the procedure as described below.
1)Press “daylight” button.
2) Select number “4” (Enable Daylight Dependent Regulation and Daylight
Override).
3) Point the front of the remote control to the luminaire and press “send”
button.
buttons 0-5
Send button
Daylight button
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SETTING DAYLIGHT SENSOR MODE
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REPORTS
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REPORTS
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SLE
Dojč 419
906 02 Dojč
Slovakia
+421 34 694 0847
[email protected]
www.sleprojects.com
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