EAE KNX DALI Gateway
EAE KNX DALI Gateway
Product Manual DA100
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Product Manual DA100
EAE KNX DALI Gateway
DA100 PM R2.0
Content
1 General .................................................................................................................................................................................. 2
1.1 Device Description ......................................................................................................................................................... 2
1.2 Technical Data ............................................................................................................................................................... 3
1.3 Connection Example ...................................................................................................................................................... 4
1.4 Operation and Display ................................................................................................................................................... 4
2 Communication Object Information ...................................................................................................................................... 5
2.1 Communication Object Table ........................................................................................................................................ 5
2.2 Communication Object Descriptions ............................................................................................................................. 7
3 Parameters .......................................................................................................................................................................... 18
3.1 General ........................................................................................................................................................................ 18
3.2 Feedback ...................................................................................................................................................................... 21
3.3 Fault Condition ............................................................................................................................................................ 25
3.4 Emergency ................................................................................................................................................................... 27
3.5 Scenes .......................................................................................................................................................................... 28
3.5.1 Scene 1 (...16)....................................................................................................................................................... 29
3.6 Sequence ..................................................................................................................................................................... 32
3.6.1 Step 1 (…24) ......................................................................................................................................................... 32
3.7 Broadcast ..................................................................................................................................................................... 33
3.7.1 Status ................................................................................................................................................................... 34
3.8 Group 1 (…16) .............................................................................................................................................................. 35
3.8.1 Status ................................................................................................................................................................... 37
3.8.2 Corridor function ................................................................................................................................................. 38
3.9 Sensor Slot 1 (…8) ........................................................................................................................................................ 39
3.9.1 Constant Light Function ....................................................................................................................................... 40
3.9.2 Corridor Function ................................................................................................................................................. 41
4 Function Descriptions .......................................................................................................................................................... 42
4.1 Function 'Switch' .......................................................................................................................................................... 42
4.2 Function 'Brightness Value'.......................................................................................................................................... 43
4.3 Function 'Relative Dimming' ........................................................................................................................................ 43
4.4 Function 'Sweep' .......................................................................................................................................................... 44
4.5 Function 'Scene' ........................................................................................................................................................... 45
4.6 Function 'Burn-in' ........................................................................................................................................................ 46
4.7 Function 'Corridor' with KNX sensor ............................................................................................................................ 46
4.8 Function 'Corridor' with DALI sensor ........................................................................................................................... 47
4.9 Function 'Constant light' with DALI sensor .................................................................................................................. 48
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General
1.1 Device Description
DA100 KNX-DALI Gateway operates as an interface device between KNX bus and DALI bus. Device can
control 64 DALI devices on a DALI line. This DALI line is powered by internal power supply. DALI
compatible ECGs (electronic control gear) can be controlled via 16 DALI groups and DALI compatible
presence sensors can be utilized via 8 sensor slots. Also DALI compatible ECK (emergency conversation
kit) devices can be operated on a test schedule.
Device features are listed below;
 Maximum 64 DALI devices (e.g. electronic ballast, transformer, ECK, sensor) can be connected to
DALI output.
 DA100 enables to control 16 DALI groups and can store 64 different lighting scenes.
 DA100 can manage DALI ECK (emergency conversion kit) devices by means of downloading
configured automatic test schedules, triggering tests and monitoring test results as well as other
fault conditions.
 DA100 utilizes DALI sensors* for internal corridor and constant light level control on DALI groups.
It is also possible to transmit current presence statuses and measured brightness values of DALI
sensors on KNX bus. Maximum 8 DALI sensors can be utilized on DALI bus.
 Fault statuses of DALI devices can be monitored by both device based or group based via different
communication objects on the KNX.
 Creating of overlapping DALI groups is possible.
 Addressing and grouping of DALI devices is made via EAE DALI Tool (PC Software). DALI Tool can be
downloaded from website. www.eaetechnology.com.
* Supported DALI sensor device: Tridonic - MSensor02, Art. No: 86459303
Also each DALI group channel can realize any of these following functions;





Corridor
Constant light level
Burn-in
Sequencer
Sweep
DALI groups and sensor slots are parameterized individually via ETS.
NOTE: Each channel is uniform. Device factory default physical address is “15.15.255”.
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1.2 Technical Data
Type of protection
IP 20
EN 60529
Safety class
II
EN 61140
KNX supply(4)
Voltage
Current consumption
21 – 30 V DC, SELV
< 10 mA
Main supply(6)
Voltage
Power consumption
Current consumption
85 – 300 V AC @ 50-60Hz
Max. 8 W
100mA @ 85 V AC
DALI supply(5)
Voltage
Current
16V DC typical
Max. 200 mA
Connections
Screw terminals
0,05 - 2,5 mm² solid wire
0,03 - 1,5 mm² stranded wire
0.5 Nm
Red-Grey bus connect terminal
Max tightening torque
KNX terminal
Output
Number of DALI devices
Cable lengths
Max. 64
1.5 mm2
0.75 mm2
0.5 mm2
Installation
35 mm mounting rail
EN 60715
Temperature range
Ambient
Storage
Transport
-5°C +45°C
-25°C +55°C
-25°C +70°C
Humidity
Max. air humidity
95 % no moisture condensation
Width (W) in mm
Width (W) in units
70 x (W) x 91 mm
69 mm
4 modules (18mm modules)
Dimensions
Weight
0.15 kg
Box
Plastic, polycarbonate, colour grey
CE
In accordance with the EMC
guideline and low voltage
Application program
Communications
object count
Number of addresses (max)
249
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Max. 300 m
Max. 150 m
Max. 100 m
Number of assignments
(max)
255
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1.3 Connection Example
Connection Example of DA100
1.4 Operation and Display
Power OK LED (7):
 OFF
: Mains power failure.
 ON
: Mains power is ok.
DALI Status LED (8):
 OFF
: No problem.
 ON
: DALI line failure. Possible causes; mains supply failure, DALI line is short-circuit, mains
power is connected to DALI line.
 Slow Blink : A DALI device fault is present. (Fault lamp, fault ballast, fault converter, fault sensor…)
 Fast Blink : Initialization is active.
Manual LED (9) : Lights up when manual control is activated by pressing manual button.
Manual Button (10): Activate/Deactivate manual control. (Press the manual button for 3 seconds to
activate. Press shortly to deactivate manual control.)
Note: KNX commands cannot operated when manual control is activated.
Test Button (11) : If manual operation is activated, short press sends broadcast on/off command and
long press sends broadcast dim up/down command to DALI line. (Commands are sent in sequent.)
Programming LED and Button (3): Physical address localization.
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Communication Object Information
2.1 Communication Object Table
Overview of all communication objects of the device application can be seen on the following table.
No
Function
Name
DTP Type
Length
Flags
0
In operation
General
1.002
1 bit
CT
1
Enable manual operation
General
1.003
1 bit
CRW
General
1.010
1 bit
2
Start sequence
Start sequence / status
CW
CRWT
3
Device status
General
Non-DPT
3 byte
CWT
4
Trigger emergency test
General
Non-DPT
1 byte
CW
5
Auto emergency test start
General
1.010
1 bit
CRW
6
Coded status switch
Coded
Non-DPT
2 byte
CWT
7
Coded status brightness value
Coded
Non-DPT
2 byte
CWT
8
Coded remaining burn-in time
Coded
Non-DPT
3 byte
CWT
9
Coded faults
Coded
237.600
2 byte
CWT
10
Coded duration test result
Coded
Non-DPT
3 byte
CWT
11
Fault gateway supply
Broadcast
1.005
1 bit
CRT
12
Fault lamp
Broadcast
1.005
1 bit
CRT
13
Fault ballast
Broadcast
1.005
1 bit
CRT
14
Fault converter
Broadcast
1.005
1 bit
CRT
15
Fault sensor
Broadcast
1.005
1 bit
CRT
16
Fault mains connected
Broadcast
1.005
1 bit
CRT
17
Scene 8 bit
Scene
18.001
1 byte
CW
18
Scene 1 / 2 recall
Scene 1 / 2
1.022
1 bit
CW
19
Scene 1 / 2 store
Scene 1 / 2
1.022
1 bit
CW
Broadcast
1.001
1 bit
Broadcast
1.001
1 bit
Broadcast
5.001
1 byte
20…33
34
35
36
Scene 3…15 / 4…16 same as scene 1 / 2
Switch
Switch / status
Status switch
Brightness value
Brightness value / status
CWU
CRWTU
CRT
CWU
CRWTU
37
Status brightness value
Broadcast
5.001
1 byte
CRT
38
Relative dimming
Broadcast
3.007
4 bit
CW
39
Trigger sweep
Broadcast
1.017
1 bit
CW
40
Burn-in in lamps
Broadcast
1.010
1 bit
CW
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Burn-in in lamps / status
41
42
CRWT
Switch
Switch / status
Status switch
Group 1
1.001
1 bit
Group 1
1.001
1 bit
Enable corridor function
43
CRWTU
CRT
CWU
Enable corridor function / status
Group 1
1.003
1 bit
Status additional function
44
CWU
CRWTU
CRT
Brightness value
Brightness value / status
Group 1
5.001
1 byte
CWU
CRWTU
45
Status brightness
Group 1
5.001
1 byte
CRT
46
Relative dimming
Group 1
3.007
4 bit
CW
47
Trigger sweep
Group 1
1.017
1 bit
CW
Fault lamp
Group 1
1.005
1 bit
CRT
Fault ballast
Group 1
1.005
1 bit
CRT
Fault lamp/ballast
Group 1
1.005
1 bit
CRT
Group 1
1.010
1 bit
48
49
50…184
Burn in lamps
Burn-in in lamps / status
CW
CRWT
Group 2…16 (Same as group 1)
Enable constant light level control
CWU
185
Enable constant light level control /
status
Sensor Slot 1
1.003
1 bit
CRWTU
186
Status constant light control
Sensor Slot 1
1.003
1 bit
CRT
Sensor Slot 1
1.003
1 bit
187
Enable corridor control
Enable corridor control / status
CWU
CRWTU
188
Status corridor control
Sensor Slot 1
1.003
1 bit
CRT
189
Set target lux value
Sensor Slot 1
9.004
2 byte
CRW
190
Set presence hold-up time
Sensor Slot 1
5.010
1 byte
CRW
191
Measured brightness value
Sensor Slot 1
9.004
2 byte
CRT
192
Presence output
Sensor Slot 1
1.001
1 bit
CRT
193…248
Sensor 2…8 (Same as sensor slot 1)
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2.2 Communication Object Descriptions
No
0
Function
In operation
Name
General
DTP Type
Length
Flags
1.002
1 bit
CT
This object is used to report that device is still alive and connected to the KNX line by sending cyclic 1 bit
telegrams. If a telegram is not received, device may be defective or KNX cable would be intercepted.
- Object will be activated if “Device alive operation active” parameter in the General tab is selected as “yes”.
- Telegram type (ON or OFF) can be selected via “In operation bit” parameter in General parameters tab.
- Cyclic period of transmitted telegrams can be selected via “In operation send interval” parameter in General
parameters tab.
1
Enable manual operation
General
1.003
1 bit
CRW
This object is used for enabling or disabling the manual operation button located on the device. If the manual
operation disabled, manually switching or dimming of the connected DALI devices is not possible.
Furthermore, the status of manual operation can be read via this communication object.
- Value of the object will be “1” after an ETS download if the "Enable manual operation" parameter in General
tab is selected as 'yes'. Value will be “0” if parameter is selected as “no”.
(value “1” = manual operation enable, value “0” = manual operation disable)
2
Start sequence
General
1.010
1 bit
CW
This object is used to start or stop the sequence function.
- Object will be activated if "Enable scenes" and "Enable sequencer" parameters in the General tab are
selected as “yes”.
(value “1” = start sequence function, value “0” = stop sequence function)
2
Start sequence / status
General
1.010
1 bit
CRWT
This communication object has the same functions and properties as the communication object "Start
Sequence". The status is additionally feedback.
- Object will be activated if “Enable scenes” and “Enable sequencer” parameters in General tab are selected
as “yes” and “Sequence status transmit mode” parameter in Sequence tab is selected as any other value
other than “none”.
- Feedback will be sent only after a read request if ”Sequence status transmit mode” parameter in Sequence
tab is selected as “after request” or only after a value change if parameter is selected as “after change”.
Feedback will be sent on both occasions if the parameter is selected as “after change or request”.
(value “1” = start sequence function, value “0” = stop sequence function)
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Device status
General
Non-DPT
3 byte
CWT
This communication object is used for getting all current faults and states of a DALI device in one
comprehensive telegram. In order to make a read request, a write should be made to object with
read/response bit is set.
Object consists of three bytes. Higher two bytes of telegram contains all fault and state data and lowest byte
contains DALI address of subjected device and information of whether telegram is a status request or sent
status.
- Object will be activated if “Enable “Device status” object” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as “yes”.
- Feedback will be sent only after a request if “transmit mode” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as “after
request” or only after a value change if parameter is selected as “after change”. Feedback will be sent on
both occasions if the parameter is selected as “after change or request”.
Bit numbers and data which they represented is explained below;
23
22
Byte
1
2
3
4
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
Bit Field
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Description
Bit 0 - 5
DALI device address [0 - 63]
Bit 6
Reserved and should be '0'
Bit 7
Read or response flag: '1' = read, '0' = response
Bit 8
Device offline flag: '1' = offline, '0' = online
Bit 9
Device malfunction flag: '1' = failure '0' = no failure
Bit 10
Lamp failure flag: '1' = failure, '0' = no failure
Bit 11
Burn-in activate flag: '1' = active, '0' = passive
Bit 12
Functional test running flag: '1' = test running, '0' = test not present (ECK only)
Bit 13
Duration test running flag: '1' = test running, '0' = test not present (ECK only)
Bit 14
Battery duration failure flag: '1' = failure, '0' = no failure (ECK only)
Bit 15
Battery failure flag: '1' = failure, '0' = no failure (ECK only)
Bit 16
Emergency lamp failure flag: '1' = failure, '0' = no failure (ECK only)
Bit 17
Functional test failed flag: '1' = failure, '0' = no failure (ECK only)
Bit 18
Duration test failed flag: '1' = failure, '0' = no failure (ECK only)
Bit 19
Short circuit flag: '1' = failure, '0' = no failure (LED only)
Bit 20
Open circuit flag: '1' = failure, '0' = no failure (LED only)
Bit 21
Current protector active flag: '1' = failure, '0' = no failure (LED only)
Bit 22
Thermal shutdown flag: '1' = failure, '0' = no failure (LED only)
Bit 23
Reserved
Trigger emergency test
General
Non-DPT
1 byte
CW
This object is used to start or stop, duration or functional test of a selected ECK.
- Object will be activated if “Enable manual emergency test” parameter in the Emergency tab is selected as
“yes”.
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Bit numbers and data which they represented is explained below;
7
Byte
1
6
5
Bit Field
Description
Bit 0 - 5
DALI device address [0…63]
4
3
2
1
0
00b: Stop any currently running test
Bit 6, 7
01b: Trigger functional test
10b: Trigger duration test
5
Auto emergency test start
General
1.010
1 bit
CRW
This object is used for activating or deactivating automatic self-test procedures of DALI ECK devices.
Furthermore, automatic emergency test status can be read via this communication object.
- Value of the object will be “1” after an ETS download if the “Enable auto emergency test after download”
parameter in Emergency tab is selected as “yes”. Value will be “0” if parameter is selected as “no”.
(value “1” = manual operation enable, value “0” = manual operation disable)
6
Coded status switch
Coded
Non-DPT
2 byte
CWT
This object is used to get switch status of a DALI group or an individual DALI ballast/driver. In order to make a
read request, a write should be made to object with read/response bit is set.
Object consists of two bytes. High byte of telegram contains switch status and low byte contains DALI address
of subjected device or group number, information of whether telegram is a status request or sent status and
information of whether a device or a group is selected.
- Object will be activated if “Enable “Coded status switch” object” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as
“yes”.
- Feedback will be sent only after a request if “transmit mode” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as “after
request” or only after a value change if parameter is selected as “after change”. Feedback will be sent on
both occasions if the parameter is selected as “after change or request”.
Bit numbers and data which they represented is explained below;
15
Byte
1
2
14
13
Bit Field
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Description
Bit 0 - 5
DALI device address [0 - 63] or DALI group number[0 - 15]
Bit 6
Individual device or group flag: '1' = device address, '0' = group number
Bit 7
Read or response flag: '1' = read, '0' = response
Bit 8
Switch status: '1' = ON, '0' = OFF (DPT 1.001)
Bit 9 - 15
Reserved
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Coded status brightness value
Coded
Non-DPT
2 byte
CWT
This object is used to get brightness value of a DALI group or an individual DALI ballast/driver. In order to make
a read request, a write should be made to object with read/response bit is set.
Object consists of two bytes. High byte of telegram contains brightness value and low byte contains DALI
address of subjected device or group number, information of whether telegram is a status request or sent
status and information of whether a device or a group is selected.
- Object will be activated if “Enable “Coded status brightness value” object” parameter in Feedback tab is
selected as “yes”.
- Feedback will be sent only after a request if “transmit mode” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as “after
request” or only after a value change if parameter is selected as “after change”. Feedback will be sent on
both occasions if the parameter is selected as “after change or request”.
Bit numbers and data which they represented is explained below;
15
Byte
1
2
8
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
Bit Field
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Description
Bit 0 - 5
DALI device address [0 - 63] or DALI group number[0 - 15]
Bit 6
Individual device or group flag: '0' = device address, '1' = group number
Bit 7
Read or response flag: '1' = read, '0' = response
Bit 8 - 15
Brightness value [0 - 255] (DPT 5.001)
Coded remaining burn-in time
Coded
Non-DPT
3 byte
CWT
This object is used to get remaining burn-in time of an individual DALI ballast/driver in hours. In order to make
a read request, a write should be made to object with read/response bit is set.
Object consists of three bytes. High two bytes of telegram contains remaining time in hours and low byte
contains DALI address of subjected device and information of whether telegram is a status request or sent
status.
- Object will be activated if “Enable “Coded remaining burn-in time” object” parameter in Feedback tab is
selected as “yes”.
- Feedback will be sent only after a request if “transmit mode” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as “after
request” or only after a value change if parameter is selected as “after change”. Feedback will be sent on
both occasions if the parameter is selected as “after change or request”.
Bit numbers and data which they represented is explained below;
23
22
Byte
1
2
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
Bit Field
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
4
3
2
1
0
Description
Bit 0 - 5
DALI device address [0 - 63] or DALI group number[0 - 15]
Bit 6
Reserved and should be '0'
Bit 7
Read or response flag: '1' = read, '0' = response
Bit 8 - 23
Remaining burn-in time [0 - 65535] (DPT 7.007)
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Coded faults
Coded
237.600
2 byte
CWT
This object is used to get fault data of a DALI group or an individual DALI device. In order to make a read
request, a write should be made to object with read/response bit is set.
Object consists of two bytes. High byte of telegram contains fault data and low byte contains DALI address of
subjected device or group number, information of whether telegram is a status request or sent status and
information of whether a device or a group is selected.
- Object will be activated if “Enable “Coded faults” object” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as “yes”.
- Feedback will be sent only after a request if “transmit mode” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as “after
request” or only after a value change if parameter is selected as “after change”. Feedback will be sent on
both occasions if the parameter is selected as “after change or request”.
Bit numbers and data which they represented is explained below;
15
Byte
1
2
10
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
Bit Field
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Description
Bit 0 - 5
DALI device address [0 - 63] or DALI group number[0 - 15]
Bit 6
Individual device or group flag: '1' = device address, '0' = group number
Bit 7
Read or response flag: '1' = read, '0' = response
Bit 8
Device is offline or malfunction flag: '1' = failure '0' = no failure
Bit 9
Lamp failure flag: '1' = failure '0' = no failure
Bit 10
Converter failure flag: '1' = failure '0' = no failure (ECK only)
Bit 11 - 15
Reserved
Coded duration test result
Coded
Non-DPT
3 byte
CWT
This object is used for getting an ECK device's last duration test result (battery life) in minutes. In order to
make a read request, a write should be made to object with read/response bit is set. If a request would make
for a device whose device type is not ECK, than response will be zero.
Object consists of three bytes. Higher bytes of telegram contain test result. Low byte contains DALI address
of subjected device and information of whether telegram is a status request or sent status.
- Object will be activated if “Enable “Coded duration test result” object” parameter in Feedback tab is
selected as “yes”.
- Feedback will be sent only after a request if “transmit mode” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as “after
request” or only after a value change if parameter is selected as “after change”. Feedback will be sent on
both occasions if the parameter is selected as “after change or request”.
Bit numbers and data which they represented is explained below;
23
22
Byte
1
2
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
Bit Field
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
4
3
2
1
0
Description
Bit 0 - 5
DALI device address [0 - 63] or DALI group number[0 - 15]
Bit 6
Reserved and should be '0'
Bit 7
Read or response flag: '1' = read, '0' = response
Bit 8 - 23
Last duration test result [0 - 65535] (DPT 7.007)
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Fault gateway supply
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Broadcast
1.005
1 bit
CRT
This object is used for reporting DALI gateway supply fault. Possible causes of the fault are no mains
connection to gateway supply terminal, power supply malfunction or short circuiting DALI line more than
100ms.
- Object will be activated if “Enable “Fault gateway supply” object” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as
“yes”.
- Feedback will be sent only after a request if “transmit mode” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as “after
request” or only after a value change if parameter is selected as “after change”. Feedback will be sent on
both occasions if the parameter is selected as “after change or request”.
(value “0” = gateway supply works properly, value “1” = gateway supply fault)
12
Fault lamp
Broadcast
1.005
1 bit
CRT
This object is used for reporting whether there is any device that has a fault lamp is present or not.
- Object will be activated if “Enable “Fault lamp” object” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as “yes”.
- Feedback will be sent only after a request if “transmit mode” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as “after
request” or only after a value change if parameter is selected as “after change”. Feedback will be sent on
both occasions if the parameter is selected as “after change or request”.
(value “0” = no fault lamp, value “1” = at least one of the DALI devices has a lamp fault)
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Fault ballast
Broadcast
1.005
1 bit
CRT
This object is used for reporting whether there is any offline or malfunctioned ballast/driver is present or not.
- Object will be activated if “Enable “Fault ballast” object” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as “yes”.
- Feedback will be sent only after a request if “transmit mode” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as “after
request” or only after a value change if parameter is selected as “after change”. Feedback will be sent on
both occasions if the parameter is selected as “after change or request”.
(value “0” = no ballast/driver fault, value “1” = at least one of the DALI ballasts/drivers is offline or
malfunctions)
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Fault converter
Broadcast
1.005
1 bit
CRT
This object is used for reporting whether there is any ECK device which is offline or has any fault is present or
not.
- Object will be activated if “Enable “Fault converter” object” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as “yes”.
- Feedback will be sent only after a request if “transmit mode” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as “after
request” or only after a value change if parameter is selected as “after change”. Feedback will be sent on
both occasions if the parameter is selected as “after change or request”.
(value “0” = no ECK fault, value “1” = at least one of the DALI ECKs is offline or has a fault)
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Fault sensor
Broadcast
1.005
1 bit
CRT
This object is used for reporting whether there is any offline or malfunctioned sensor is present or not.
- Object will be activated if “Enable “Fault sensor” object” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as “yes”.
- Feedback will be sent only after a request if “transmit mode” parameter in Feedback tab is selected as “after
request” or only after a value change if parameter is selected as “after change”. Feedback will be sent on
both occasions if the parameter is selected as “after change or request”.
(value “0” = no sensor fault, value “1” = at least one of the DALI sensors is offline or malfunctions)
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Fault mains connected
Broadcast
1.005
1 bit
CRT
This object is used for reporting a misconnection of mains to the DALI line.
- Object will be activated if “Enable “Fault mains connected” object” parameter in Feedback tab is selected
as “yes”.
- Feedback will be sent only after a request if "transmit mode" parameter in Feedback tab is selected as “after
request” or only after a value change if parameter is selected as “after change”. Feedback will be sent on
both occasions if the parameter is selected as “after change or request”.
(value “0” = no misconnection, value “1” = mains connected to DALI line)
NOTE:
Overvoltage sense circuitry on the DALI line is triggered on voltages above 40V. So any voltage
above 40V is considered as mains.
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Scene 8 bit
recall / store
18.001
1 byte
CW
This object is used to recall or store any of 64 scenes that are available on the gateway device.
- Object will be activated if “Enable scenes” parameter in the General tab is selected as “yes”.
Bit numbers and data which they represented is explained below;
7
Byte
1
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Bit Field
Description
Bit 0 - 5
Scene number - 1 [0 - 63 for scenes 1 - 64]
Bit 6
Reserved and should be 0
Bit 7
Recall or store flag: '1' = store scene, '0' = recall scene
Example of recall and store byte codes for some scenes;
Scene
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
…
63
64
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Recall
Hexadecimal
0x00
0x01
0x02
0x03
0x04
0x05
0x06
0x07
0x08
0x09
0x0A
…
0x3E
0x3F
Store
Decimal
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
…
62
63
Hexadecimal
0x80
0x81
0x82
0x83
0x84
0x85
0x86
0x87
0x88
0x89
0x8A
…
0xE2
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128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
…
190
191
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Scene 1 / 2 recall
Scene 1 / 2
1.022
1 bit
CW
DPT_Scene_
AB 1.022
1 bit
CW
This object is used for recalling scene 1 or scene 2.
(value “0” = recall scene 1, value “1” = recall scene 2
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Scene 1 / 2, Scene 1 / 2 store
scene A / scene B
This object received from the KNX line; the current brightness value of ballast store on the Scene 1 or 2.
“0” : saving the current brightness value of ballasts[1…64] to the scene 1
“1” : saving the current brightness value of ballasts[1…64] to the scene 2
NOTE: If the parameter “Overwrite scene on download” selected yes, stored scene values are overwritten
and lost on next ETS download.
20…33
34
Scene 3…15/4…16 same as before
Broadcast, Switch
on / off
DPT_Switch
1.001
1 bit
CRWT
This object is used to switch all connected DALI ballasts on or off. You can configure broadcast
switched on brightness value, using “Brightness value when switch on” parameter.
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Broadcast, Status switch
on / off
DPT_Switch
1.001
1 bit
CRT
This object is used to transmitting feedback of broadcast switch value (on/off). If the “Switch status
response mode” selected “via separate object”, this object can be visible.
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Broadcast, Brightness value
0…100 %
DPT_Scaling 1 byte
5.001
CRWT
This object is used to set the brightness value of all connected DALI ballasts (ECG).
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Broadcast, Status brightness value
0…100 %
DPT_Scaling 1 byte
5.001
CRT
This object is used to get all connected DALI ballasts on average, highest or lowest brightness value
(%0…%100) according to parameter.
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Broadcast, Relative dimming
increase / decrease
4 bit
CW
DPT_Control
_Dimming
3.007
This object is used to dim all connected DALI ballast. The brightness value is changed in the defined
direction with the parameterized speed.
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Increase or decrease the brightness
Step-Code
The amount of intervals into which the
range of 0 % … 100 % is subdivided or
the break indication.
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Broadcast, Trigger sweep
0 = Decrease
1 = Increase
- 001b…111b: Step
Number of interval = (2)(𝑠𝑡𝑒𝑝𝑐𝑜𝑑𝑒−1)
- 000b
: Break
trigger 0 / 1
DPT_Trigger
1.017
1 bit
CRWT
This function is used to start sweep function on whole DALI line. It’s an alternative way for turning
off the group with pre-warning. The sweep function is desired to warn a person that lights will go
out shortly.
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Broadcast, Burn-in in lamps
start / stop
DPT_Start
1.010
1 bit
CRWT
This object is used to control the burn-in start or stop for all DALI ballasts. After receipt of a
telegram with start command all ballasts which are intended for burn-in can only be controlled with
%0 or %100.
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Group 1, Switch
on / off
DPT_Switch
1.001
1 bit
CRWT
on / off
DPT_Switch
1.001
1 bit
CRT
This object is used to switch group 1 on or off.
42
Group 1, Status switch
This object is used to transmitting feedback of group 1 switch value (on/off). If the “Switch status
response mode” selected as “via separate object”, this object can be visible.
Group 1, Enable corridor function
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enable / disable
Group 1, Status additional function
DPT_Enable
1.003
1 bit
CRWT
"Enable corridor function" object is enabled if the parameter “Additional function” is set to
“Corridor function with KNX sensor" in parameter window “Group 1". Corridor function can be
enabled or disabled via this object. If “Additional function” parameter selected “Corridor function
with DALI sensor”, “constant light function with DALI sensor” or “Sequence member” and
“Additional function status transmit mode” feedback is active, than "Status additional function"
object is enabled.
“0” : Group additional function not active
“1” : Group additional function active
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Group 1, Brightness value
0…100%
DPT_Scaling 1 byte
5.001
CRWT
DPT_Scaling 1 byte
5.001
CRT
This object is used to set group 1 ballast brightness value (%0…%100).
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Group 1, Status brightness
0…100%
This object is used to get group 1 ballasts brightness value (%0…%100).
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Group 1, Relative dimming
increase / decrease
DPT_Control
_Dimming
3.007
4 bit
CW
This object is used to dimming group 1. The brightness value is changed in the defined direction
with the parameterized speed.
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Group 1, Trigger sweep
trigger 0 / 1
DPT_Trigger
1.017
1 bit
CW
This function is used to start sweep function. It’s an alternative way for turning off the group with
pre-warning. The sweep function is desired to warn a person that lights will go out shortly.
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Group 1, Fault lamp
alarm /no alarm
DPT_Alarm
1.005
1 bit
CRT
Group 1, Fault ballast
alarm /no alarm
DPT_Alarm
1.005
1 bit
CRT
Group 1, Fault lamp/ballast
alarm /no alarm
DPT_Alarm
1.005
1 bit
CRT
This object is used to report fault ballasts or lamps in the group 1 (at least one of the group 1
ballasts or lamps has a fault). “0” : no fault ballast or lamp, “1” : fault ballast or lamp
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Group 1, Burn in lamps
start / stop
DPT_Start
1.010
1 bit
CRWT
This object is used to start or stop burn-in for group 1. After receipt of a telegram with start
command, group 1’s ballasts which are intended for burn-in can only be controlled with %0 or
%100.
20…33
185
Group 2…16 (Same as group 1)
Sensor Slot 1, Enable constant light control
enable / disable
DPT_Enable
1.003
1 bit
CRWT
This object is used to enable or disable constant light control function for which groups assigned to
sensor 1. After a received enable telegram, DALI sensor can control the lighting groups.
186
Sensor Slot 1, Status constant light control
enable / disable
DPT_Enable
1.003
1 bit
CRT
DPT_Enable
1.003
1 bit
CRWT
This object is used get feedback of constant light control status.
187
Sensor Slot 1, Enable corridor control
enable / disable
This object is used to enable or disable corridor control function for which groups assigned to
sensor 1. After a received enable telegram, DALI sensor can be control the lighting groups.
188
Sensor Slot 1, Status corridor control
enable / disable
DPT_Enable
1.003
1 bit
CRT
This object is used to get feedback of corridor control status.
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Sensor Slot 1, Set target lux value
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Lux 9.004
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This object is used for receiving the lighting level (in lux). This object can also be used for requesting
the current set lux value.
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Sensor Slot 1, Set present hold-up time
1 byte unsigned
value
DPT_Value 1 byte
5.010
CRW
This object is used for receiving the presence detected hold-up time (in minutes) by bus. This object
can also be used for requesting the current presence hold-up time.
191
Sensor Slot 1, Measured brightness value
2 byte float value
DPT_Value_ 2 byte
Lux 9.004
CRT
This object is used for sending the light lux measured by the detector to KNX bus.
192
Sensor Slot 1, Presence output
on / off
DPT_Switch
1.001
1 bit
CRT
This object is sent to the bus by sensor slot, indicating whether the presence of persons has been
detected.
“0” : no person detected
“1” : person detected
193…248
Sensor Slot 2…8 (Same as sensor slot 1)
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Parameters
“Parameters” chapter describes ETS parameters of the device. Please find detailed descriptions of
objects in 2.2 Communication Object Descriptions. Default parameters are written in bold letters.
3.1 General
General Parameters
Enable manual Operation
*yes
no
Parameter determines whether lightings can be controlled manually or not by push button on DALI
Gateway. If parameter is selected “yes”; manual operation will be possible. (For manual control: Hold
down manual button for 3 seconds than press test button consecutively.)
Enable automatic addressing
*yes
no
If parameter is selected “yes”; DALI Gateway assigns address to Dali devices which have not an address.
If a new Dali device is connected to the Dali line instead of a faulty Dali device, new one takes the
address and all properties of faulty device. If several Dali devices are connected to line, they take
addresses one by one starting with undermost free address on Dali line.
If parameter is selected “no”; Automatic addressing function is disabled.
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Device alive operation active
yes
*no
This object is used to report that device is still alive and connected to KNX line. (Heartbeat) If alive
telegram is not received, device may be defective or KNX cable can be disconnected. If parameter is
selected “yes”, following parameters come up.
In operation value
*send value “0”
send value “1”
Telegram value can be selected as “1” or “0”.
Operation send interval [sec]
1…*300…65535
Telegram value is sent cyclically according to time interval.
Telegram limit active
yes
*no
Telegrams which are sent by the gateway can be limited with this parameter. If “yes” is selected,
following parameters come up.
Telegram limit period
50ms…*10s…1min
The limit period can be selected via telegram limit period parameter.
Max. number of transmitted telegrams
1…20…255
within a period
Maximum number of telegrams can be sent freely within a period.
Dimming Curve Selection
*linear dimming curve
logarithmic dimming curve
Dimming curve type of DALI devices can be selected by this parameter.
Maximum brightness value
%1(3)…%100(255)
This parameter defines the maximum brightness value of DALI devices. All Dali devices take this value
as upper limit brightness value and cannot accept higher values.
Minimum brightness value
%1(3)…%100(255)
This parameter defines the minimum brightness value of DALI devices. All Dali devices take this value
as undermost brightness value and cannot accept lower brightness values.
Enable scenes
yes
*no
If parameter is selected “yes”, “Scenes” section will be visible in parameter titles and “Enable
sequencer” parameter will be available.
Enable sequencer
yes
*no
If parameter is selected “yes”, “Sequence” section will be visible in parameter titles.
Enable burn-in function
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Fluorescent lamps must be operated without dimming for a specific period of time in order to increase
lifetime and efficiency. Function that performs this operation is called "Burn-In function”. Please find
detailed information within 4.6 Function 'Burn-in'
If parameter is selected “yes”, “burn-in period” and “Enable automatic burn-in” parameters will be
visible.
Burn-in period[hour]
1…*100…255
In this period of time, dimming commands will not send to Dali groups which has any Dali device
working according to “Burn-in function”.
Enable automatic burn-in
yes
*no
If parameter is selected “Yes”, any faulty lamp is replaced with a new lamp, burn-in period will start
automatically for new one. Dali group of this new lamp cannot be dimmed before burn-in period is
expired.
Switch status for different values in a
group
*ON
OFF
This parameter defines the switch status of a DALI group which has ECGs (electronic control gear) in
different values. If parameter is selected “ON”, one ECG which has current value “ON” is enough to
make group status as “ON”.
Brightness value status for different values
in a group
*average brightness
highest brightness
lowest brightness
This parameter defines brightness value status of a DALI group which has ECGs (electronic control gear)
in different values.
Burn-in status for different values in a
*yes
group
no
Parameter is activated when “Burn-in function” is enabled. After selecting “yes”, if a DALI group has at
least one ECG in burn-in period, Burn-in status of group will be indicated as active.
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3.2 Feedback
Feedback
Enable “Fault gateway supply” object
yes
*no
Parameter enables “Fault gateway supply” object. This object is used for reporting DALI gateway supply
fault. Possible causes of the fault are no mains connection to gateway supply terminal, power supply
malfunction or short circuiting DALI line more than 100ms. Please check 2.2 Communication Object
Descriptions for detailed object information.
Transmit mode
*after request
after change
after request or change
“After request” option only response to a read request to status object. “After change” mode always
sends the status of object when changed. If both selected, object will send the status with a change
and response to read requests.
Enable “Fault mains connected” object
yes
*no
Parameter enables “Fault mains connected” object. This object is used for reporting a misconnection of
mains to the DALI line.
Transmit mode
*after request
after change
after request or change
“After request” option only response to a read request to status object. “After change” mode always
sends the status of object when changed. If both selected, object will send the status with a change
and response to read requests.
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yes
*no
Parameter enables “Fault lamp” object. This object is used for reporting whether there is any device that
has a fault lamp is present or not.
Transmit mode
*after request
after change
after request or change
“After request” option only response to a read request to status object. “After change” mode always
sends the status of object when changed. If both selected, object will send the status with a change
and response to read requests.
Enable “Fault lamp” object
yes
*no
Parameter enables “Fault ballast” object. This object is used for reporting whether there is any offline or
malfunctioned ballast/driver is present or not.
Transmit mode
*after request
after change
after request or change
“After request” option only response to a read request to status object. “After change” mode always
sends the status of object when changed. If both selected, object will send the status with a change
and response to read requests.
Enable “Fault ballast” object
yes
*no
Parameter enables “Fault converter” object. This object is used for reporting whether there is any ECK
device which is offline or has any fault is present or not.
Transmit mode
*after request
after change
after request or change
“After request” option only response to a read request to status object. “After change” mode always
sends the status of object when changed. If both selected, object will send the status with a change
and response to read requests.
Enable “Fault converter” object
yes
*no
Parameter enables “Fault sensor” object. This object is used for reporting whether there is any offline or
malfunctioned sensor is present or not.
Transmit mode
*after request
after change
after request or change
“After request” option only response to a read request to status object. “After change” mode always
sends the status of object when changed. If both selected, object will send the status with a change
and response to read requests.
Enable “Fault sensor” object
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yes
*no
Parameter enables “Device status” object. This communication object is used for getting all current faults
and states of a DALI device in one comprehensive telegram.
Transmit mode
*after request
after change
after request or change
“After request” option only response to a read request to status object. “After change” mode always
sends the status of object when changed. If both selected, object will send the status with a change
and response to read requests.
Enable “Device status” object
yes
*no
Parameter enables “Coded faults” object. This object is used to get fault data of a DALI group or an
individual DALI device.
Transmit mode
*after request
after change
after request or change
“After request” option only response to a read request to status object. “After change” mode always
sends the status of object when changed. If both selected, object will send the status with a change
and response to read requests.
Enable “Coded faults” object
Enable “Coded remaining burn-in time” object
yes
*no
Parameter enables “Coded remaining burn-in time” object. This object is used to get remaining burn-in
time of an individual DALI ballast/driver in hours.
Transmit mode
*after request
after change
after request or change
“After request” option only response to a read request to status object. “After change” mode always
sends the status of object when changed. If both selected, object will send the status with a change
and response to read requests.
yes
*no
Parameter enables “Coded duration test result” object. This object is used for getting an ECK device's
last duration test result (battery life) in minutes.
Transmit mode
*after request
after change
after request or change
“After request” option only response to a read request to status object. “After change” mode always
sends the status of object when changed. If both selected, object will send the status with a change
and response to read requests.
Enable “Coded duration test result” object
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yes
*no
Parameter enables “Coded status switch” object. This object is used to get switch status of a DALI group
or an individual DALI ballast/driver.
Transmit mode
*after request
after change
after request or change
“After request” option only response to a read request to status object. “After change” mode always
sends the status of object when changed. If both selected, object will send the status with a change
and response to read requests.
Enable “Coded status switch” object
yes
*no
Parameter enables “Coded status brightness” object. This object is used to get brightness value of a DALI
group or an individual DALI ballast/driver.
Transmit mode
*after request
after change
after request or change
“After request” option only response to a read request to status object. “After change” mode always
sends the status of object when changed. If both selected, object will send the status with a change
and response to read requests.
Enable “Coded status brightness” object
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3.3 Fault Condition
Fault Condition
Lamp values on ballast power on
1 %(3)…*100 %(255)
Parameter defines the brightness value of ballasts when power on.
Lamp percent on KNX voltage failure
1 %(3)…*100 %(255)
Parameter defines the brightness value of ballasts on KNX line voltage loss.
Lamp percent on DALI voltage failure
1 %(3)…*100 %(255)
Parameter defines the brightness value of ballasts on DALI line voltage loss.
Lamp percent on KNX voltage recovery
1 %(3)…*100 %(255)
Parameter defines the brightness value of ballasts on KNX voltage return.
Group function statuses on KNX voltage
recovery
*inactive
active
status before failure
Parameter defines the situation of groups which are operating corridor function by KNX sensor on KNX
voltage return. Default value of parameter is “inactive”. After voltage return, groups will discontinue
operating corridor function. If “Active” is selected, groups will carry on to operate corridor function
when voltage returns.
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Sensor control statuses on KNX voltage
recovery
*inactive
Active1
status before failure
Parameter defines the situation of groups which are run with corridor/constant light function by DALI
sensor on KNX voltage return. Default value of parameter is “inactive”. After voltage return, groups will
discontinue running with corridor/constant light function. If “Active” is selected, groups will carry on to
run with corridor/constant light function when voltage come back.
Sequence status on KNX voltage recovery
*inactive
active
status before failure
If “active” is selected, sequence will be started on KNX voltage return. If “status before failure” is
selected, sequence will start on KNX voltage return only if sequence is interrupted by KNX voltage lose.
Lamp percent on DALI voltage recovery
1 %(3)…*100 %(255)
Parameter defines the brightness value of ballasts on DALI voltage return.
Group function statuses on DALI voltage
recovery
*inactive
active
status before failure
Parameter defines the situation of groups which are run with corridor function by KNX sensor on
DALI voltage return. Default value of parameter is “inactive”. After voltage return, groups will
discontinue running with corridor function. If “Active” is selected, groups will carry on to run with
corridor function when voltage returns.
Sensor control statuses on DALI voltage
recovery
*inactive
active
status before failure
Parameter defines the situation of groups which are run with corridor/constant light function by DALI
sensor on DALI voltage return. Default value of parameter is “inactive”. After voltage return, groups
will discontinue running with corridor/constant light function. If “Active” is selected, groups will carry
on to run with corridor/constant light function when voltage come back.
Sequence status on DALI voltage recovery
*inactive
active
status before failure
If “active” is selected, sequence will be started on DALI voltage return. If “status before failure” is
selected, sequence will start on DALI voltage return only if sequence is interrupted by DALI voltage
lose.
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3.4 Emergency
All emergency conversion kits have the same configuration which is to be set on Emergency
parameter section. If there is no available ECK on the project, parameters will be inexpressive.
Emergency
Emergency brightness value
1 %(3)…*100 %(255)
This parameter defines the emergency brightness value of ECKs. These value is written on ECKs
themselves by Dali Gateway. If ECK does not support that changing the emergency brightness value,
this parameter will be inexpressive.
Prolong time[min]
0…127
Prolong time defines that how long will emergency conversion kits continue to illuminate when
electricity returns after an electricity interruption.
Test execution timeout[day]
1…24…255
If a functional test or duration test cannot be applied to an ECK in this period, a fault will be created
for related ECK.
Enable auto emergency test after
yes
download
*no
If “yes” is selected, auto emergency test will be start as activated for ECKs after download. If “no” is
selected, “auto emergency test start” communication object must be triggered in order to start
emergency test.
Functional test interval[day]
1…14…255
This parameter determines the time interval which is used automatically by function test of
emergency conversion kits. Functional test of ECKs will be started in every 14 days with default value.
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Note: The automatic start of functional test is an optional function of ECK. Functions depend on
ECK’s automatic testing properties. To be able to use these functions please check properties of ECK
beforehand.
Duration test interval[week]
1…12…97
Emergency Conversion Kit starts an automatically duration test (battery life) in the time interval
which is selected on this parameter.
Note: The automatic start of functional test is an optional function of ECKs. Functions depend on
ECK’s automatic testing properties. To be able to use these functions please check properties of ECK
beforehand.
Test delay multiplier x 15 [min]
0…72…1000
This parameter defines the test delay multiplier which is used to calculate the offset time for the
start of automatic test between two neighbour ECKs. This offset time is needed to prevent that all
emergency lightings are simultaneously in the test or recharging cycles after a test. Test delay
multiplier x15 [min] will be multiplied by ECKs respective DALI short addresses to specify the test
start time with different offsets. The formula is calculated as follows,
Test delay multiplier x 15 x DALI short address [min] = Offset time
ECK 1:
72 x 15 x 1 (ECK 1)
= 1080 min (18 hour)
ECK 2:
:
:
72 x 15 x 2 (ECK 2)
= 2160 min (36 hour)
ECK 64:
72 x 15 x 64 (ECK 64)
= 69120 min (48 day)
Note: It is recommended that select the test delay multiplier depending on charging time of ECKs in
the project. Offset time difference of two neighbour ECKs must be at least equal to charging time of
ECK batteries so that previous ECK will have full battery when the next ECK starts battery duration test.
Enable manual emergency test
yes
*no
If “yes” is selected, “Trigger emergency test” communication object will be created for triggering the
emergency test via KNX bus. Please find object details on 2.2 Communication Object Descriptions.
3.5 Scenes
“Enable scenes” parameter must be selected “yes” in General tab to open “Scenes” tab. DA100 KNXDALI Gateway can store 64 different lighting scenes. All of 64 scenes can be recalled and stored via
“Scene 8 bit” object. A maximum of 16 scenes can be recalled and store via “Scene x/y recall”, “Scene
x/y store” 1 bit communication object. Other scenes can be recalled and stored only via “Scene 8 bit”
object.
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Scenes
Enable scene 1…64
yes
*no
All scenes are disabled as default and they can be enabled by selecting “yes” in Scenes tab. “Scene x”
tab will be available after enabled.
3.5.1 Scene 1 (...64)
Scene 1
Overwrite scene on download
*yes
no
If “Overwrite scene on download” parameter is selected “yes”, scene will be overwritten on
download.
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Overwrite scene on download
jump to…1s…90s
Fade time can be selected for related scene.
3.5.1.1 Ballast Values
Ballast values
Ballast 1…64 brightness value
*keep brightness value in scene
0% (off)…100% (255)
Select the brightness value of ballasts for related scene.
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3.5.1.2 Sensor reactions
Sensor reactions
Scene sensor reactions 1…8
*keep control sensor statuses on scene
disable corridor on scene
disable constant light on scene
disable all control on scene
enable corridor on scene
enable constant light on scene
enable all control on scene
disable corridor enable constant light on scene
enable corridor disable constant light on scene
*keep control sensor statuses on scene: Sensor status will not change when scene recalled.
Disable corridor on scene
: Corridor function will be disabled when scene recalled.
Disable constant light on scene : Constant light function will be disabled when scene recalled.
Disable all control on scene
when scene recalled.
: Corridor function and constant light function will be both disabled
Enable corridor on scene
: Corridor function will be enabled when scene recalled.
Enable constant light on scene : Constant light function will be enabled when scene recalled.
Enable all control on scene
: Corridor function and constant light function will be both enabled.
Disable corridor enable constant light on scene: Corridor function of sensor will be enabled, constant
light control function of sensor will be disabled at the same time.
Enable corridor disable constant light on scene: Constant light function of sensor will be enabled,
corridor function of sensor will be disabled at the same time.
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3.6 Sequence
Sequence
Sequence status transmit mode
*none
after request
after change
after change or request
Sequence status will be transmitted according to selected option on this parameter.
Lamp percent on sequence termination
*no change
0% (off)…100% (255)
Lamp percent of sequence member groups can be selected for sequence termination. (Sequence
termination means “end of sequence repeat count” or “manual disabling”)
Sequence repeat count
*0…255
0 = repeat indefinitely
Sequence will be repeated indefinitely as default value “0”. It is possible to change repeat count of
sequence function.
3.6.1 Step 1 (…24)
Sequence step
Step fade time
*jump to…90 s
Fade time of step can be selected on this parameter.
Step scene number
*1…15
Selected scene number will be called by sequence step.
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Step duration[sec]
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1…*30…65535
The period of time during which sequence step continues until next sequence step.
Enable next step
yes
*no
If parameter selected “yes” next step will be available.
Note: Ballasts of selected scenes in the sequence steps must belong to a Dali group and additional
function of these groups must be selected as sequence member at the same time. #Group 1 (…16)
3.7 Broadcast
Broadcast
Brightness value when switch on
1% (3)…*100% (255)
Parameter defines the brightness value when a “switch on” command is received over Broadcast
Switch communication object.
Allow switch on via brightness value
*yes
no
Allow switch off via brightness value
*yes
no
Allow switch on via relative dimming
*yes
no
Allow switch off via relative dimming
*yes
no
“Switch on” and “Switch off” conditions can be defined for brightness value and relative dimming
commands separately. If these parameters are selected “no”, then it is not possible to switch “on” or
“off” the lighting fixtures via broadcast brightness value (1 byte) and relative dimming (4 bit)
commands.
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Fade time for brightness value and switch
commands
Fade time for relative dimming commands
jump to…1 s…90 s
jump to…2 s…90 s
This parameters define the fade time for brightness value and relative dimming commands which are
received via broadcast communication objects.
Enable sweep function
yes
*no
If parameter selected “yes”, “Broadcast- Trigger Sweep” object and additional sweep parameters will
be enabled.
Sweep repeat count
1…3…10
Sweep wait time [min]
1…5…30
Please read description of Sweep Function.
3.7.1 Status
Broadcast Status
Switch status response mode
*no response
via same object
via separate object
Status of broadcast switch object can be read from this object itself or separate status object.
Transmit mode
*after request
after change
after change or request
Status transmit mode can be selected. “After request” option only response to a read request to status
object. “After change” mode always sends the status of object when changed. If both selected, object
will send the status with a change and response to read requests.
Brightness value status response mode
*no response
via same object
via separate object
Status of broadcast brightness value object can be read from this object itself or separate status object.
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Status transmit mode can be selected. “After request” option only response to a read request to status
object. “After change” mode always sends the status of object when changed. If both selected, object
will send the status with a change and response to read requests.
3.8 DALI Groups (1…16)
Dali groups must be enabled in order to use in “DALI Groups” section.
DALI Groups
3.8.1 Group 1
Group 1
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Additional function
*normal mode
corridor function with KNX sensor
corridor function with DALI sensor
constant light function with DALI sensor
sequence member
Dali groups can be operated with different functions according to needs. Find below descriptions of
functions.
Normal mode
:
Dali group is operated as a normal dali group which has
default communication objects.
Corridor function with KNX sensor
:
Dali group will operated with corridor function by KNX
sensor. All corridor function parameters are arranged on
#Corridor function parameters section of Dali Gateway.
Only presence information is sent to the group by KNX
sensor. Find more information about #Function
'Corridor' with KNX sensor.
Corridor function with DALI sensor
:
Dali group will be operated with #Corridor function by
assigned DALI sensor. Find more information about
#Function 'Corridor' with DALI sensor.
Constant light function with DALI sensor
:
Dali Gateway will perform constant light function to Dali
group using assigned Dali sensor. Find more information
about #Function 'Constant light' with DALI sensor.
Sequence member
:
Groups which are selected as sequence member will
actualize the sequence steps. Only if their ballasts are
defined in the scenes of sequence steps.
Brightness value when switch on
0%…100%...value before switch off
Allow switch on via brightness value
*yes
no
Allow switch off via brightness value
*yes
no
Allow switch on via relative dimming
*yes
no
Allow switch off via relative dimming
*yes
no
“Switch on” and “Switch off” conditions can be defined for brightness value and relative dimming
commands separately. If these parameters are selected “no”, then it is not possible to switch “on” or
“off” the lighting fixtures via brightness value (1 byte) or relative dimming (4 bit) objects of the group.
Fade time for brightness value and switch
commands
Fade time for relative dimming commands
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These parameters define the fade time for brightness value and relative dimming commands for group.
Enable sweep function
yes
*no
If parameter is selected “yes”, “Group 1 - Trigger Sweep” object and additional sweep parameters will
be enabled.
Sweep repeat count
1…3…10
Sweep wait time [min]
1…5…30
Please read description of Sweep Function.
3.8.1.1 Status
Group - Status
Switch status response mode
*no response
via same object
via separate object
Switch status of the group can be read from this object itself or separate status object. “No response”
option disables the “Read” flag of object.
Transmit mode
*after request
after change
after change or request
“After request” mode; status object only response to a read request. “After change” mode; status
object always sends its status when changed. If both selected; object will send the status with a change
and response to read requests.
Brightness value status response mode
*no response
via same object
via separate object
Brightness value status of the group can be read from this object itself or separate status object. “No
response” option disables the “Read” flag of object.
Transmit mode
*after request
after change
after change or request
“After request” mode; status object only response to a read request. “After change” mode; status
object always sends its status when changed. If both selected; object will send the status with a change
and response to read requests.
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Enable fault lamp/ballast object
*no
Yes
Parameter enables the fault lamp/ballast object of group.
Fault type
*group lamp and ballast fault
group lamp fault
group ballast fault
Selected fault types will be informed by fault object of group.
Fault transmit mode
*after request
after change
after change or request
Transmit mode of fault lamp/ballast object can be selected on this parameter.
Burn-in transmit mode
*none
after request
after change
after change or request
Burn-in status of group can be transmitted according to selected option.
3.8.1.2 Corridor function
Group - Corridor Function
On period brightness value
1% (3)…*100% (255)
On period [sec]
0…65535
(0=unlimited)
(only available for KNX sensor)
Group lights up to selected brightness value when switch object of group receives an “On” command.
On period as value “0”
: Group keeps the brightness value until receiving an “Off” command.
On period as value other than “0”: Group keeps the brightness value until on period is up.
Wait period brightness value
1% (3)…*100% (255)
Wait period [sec]
0…30…65535
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(0=unlimited)
After “On period” is ended, similarly group will start to light as value set by “Wait period brightness
value” until wait period is expired.
Fade time corridor
jump to…2…90
Transition time for brightness value changes that happened while corridor function activated is set by
this parameter of the group.
3.9 DALI Sensor Slots (1…8)
Desired sensor slots must be enabled in order to use in “DALI Sensor Slots” section.
DALI Sensor Slots
3.9.1 Sensor Slot 1
Sensor Slot 1
Enable “Presence output” object
*no
yes
Presence output object will be enabled for selected sensor slot.
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Transmit measured brightness value
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*no
yes
1…30…60
Transmit measured brightness value
interval [sec]
Measured brightness value will sent with selected interval when it is enabled.
Presence hold up time [min]
1…10…30
Presence hold up time can be changed by
*no
object
yes
The hold-up time defines the power-on time. Detector sends “on” telegram via presence output object
at detected movement until the adjusted hold-up time runs out. Hold-up time can be changed by
object if changing parameter is enabled.
3.9.1.1 Constant Light Function
Constant Light Function
Constant light status response mode
*no
Yes
Constant light status transmit mode
*after request
after change
after change or request
Constant light status response mode can be enabled and transmit mode can be selected. “After
request” mode; status object only response to a read request. “After change” mode; status object
always sends its status when changed. If both selected; object will send the status with a change and
response to read requests.
Target lux value
50…300…1000
Target lux value defines desired lux for constant light function. Dali Gateway tries to keep constant the
illumination of ambient at desired value.
Target lux value can be changed by object
*no
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yes
Overwrite target lux value on download
*no
yes
Target lux value can be changed by object if “Target lux value can be changed by object” is selected
“yes”.
If “Overwrite target lux value on download” is selected “yes”, then it’s not matter what target lux value
is written by object after an ETS download. Target lux value which is written on ETS parameter will be
current value.
Hysteresis lux value
4…10…50
Hysteresis lux value prevents the instant lighting variations while constant light function is operated.
Find more information about #Function 'Constant light' with DALI sensor.
Update interval [sec]
5…10…60
Update interval defines the time which is elapsed between two dim steps while going to target lux
value.
Brightness value when disable constant
*no change…%100…off
light
Groups are working with constant light function will go to selected brightness value when constant
light is disabled.
Disable constant light when switch off
*no
yes
If parameter selected “yes”, constant light function will be disabled when group receives a “switch off”
command.
3.9.1.2 Corridor Function
Sensor Slot – Corridor Function
Corridor status response mode
*no response
via same object
via separate object
Corridor status transmit mode
*after request
after change
after change or request
Corridor function status response mode can be enabled and transmit mode can be selected. “After
request” mode; status object only response to a read request. “After change” mode; status object
always sends the status when it is changed. If both selected; object will send the status with a change
and response to read requests.
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Brightness value when disable corridor
*no change…%100…off
Groups are working with corridor function (by Dali sensor) will go to selected brightness value when
corridor function is disabled.
Disable corridor when switch off
*no
yes
If parameter selected “yes”, corridor function will be disabled when group receives a “switch off”
command.
4
Function Descriptions
4.1 Function 'Switch'
- Function switch can be applied on both groups or to the whole DALI line (broadcast).
- A group shall switch off its lamps for a written value '0' on its own switch communication object.
Nothing shall happen for a group that is already switched off.
- A group shall go to the value set by its "Brightness value when switch on" parameter for a written
value '1' on its own switch communication object. If parameter is selected as 'Value before switch off',
than group shall go to the value that the group had just before last switch off. Switch on commands
will also be executed for groups that are being switched on at the reception time of command.
- Transition time for all brightness value changes that are triggered by a group's switch command is set
by "Fade time for brightness value and switch commands" parameter of that group.
Collaboration with other functions:
- If a group's additional function is selected as 'Corridor function with KNX sensor' than for this group,
switch commands shall be executed according the rules of corridor function (see page ...) while
function is activated. Switch commands will be executed regularly after function is deactivated.
- If an additional function other than 'Corridor function with KNX sensor' is selected for a group, than
switch commands addressed to this group shall be discarded while function is activated. Switch
commands will be executed regularly for that group after function is deactivated.
- If a broadcast switch command sent while some groups have running additional functions, than this
command shall be executed only for groups that are on normal operation. No change will be made for
groups with activated functions.
- If a group switch command (either switch off or on) is received while that group is on sweep function
(see page ...), sweep operation shall break. Similarly, if a group switch command is received while a
broadcast sweep is running, sweep operation will be break for that group but all other groups that are
running sweep function will continue. Broadcast switch commands breaks any sweep function that is
running.
- If a group has any ECG with burn-in function (see page ..) running, switch on commands forces the
group to have 100% brightness value level regardless of group's "Brightness value when switch on"
parameter. Similarly, if a broadcast switch on command received when there is groups which has burn-
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in active ECGs, those groups will have 100% brightness value while others will have the value set by
"Brightness value when switch on" parameter of broadcast switch control.
4.2 Function 'Brightness Value'
- Function brightness value can be applied on both groups or to the whole DALI line (broadcast).
- A group shall go to the value written to its brightness value communication object after a write or
update on that object. If a value other than 0 has written to a group's brightness value communication
object when group is currently switched off, nothing happens if “Allow switch on via brightness value”
parameter of that group is selected 'no'. Similarly, if value 0 has written to a group's brightness value
communication object when group is currently switched on, nothing happens if "Allow switch off via
brightness value" parameter of that group is selected 'no'.
- Transition time for all brightness value changes that are triggered by a group's brightness value
command is set by "Fade time for brightness value and switch commands" parameter of that group.
Collaboration with other functions:
- If an additional function selected for a group, than brightness value commands addressed to this
group shall be discarded while that function is activated. Brightness value commands will be executed
regularly for that group after function is deactivated.
- If a broadcast brightness value command sent while some groups have running additional functions,
than this command shall be executed only for groups that are on normal operation. No change will be
made for groups with activated functions.
- If a group brightness value command is received while that group is on sweep function (see page ...),
sweep operation shall break. Similarly, if a group brightness value command is received while a
broadcast sweep is running, sweep operation will be break for that group but all other groups that are
running sweep function will continue. Broadcast brightness value commands breaks any sweep
function that is running.
- If a group has any ECG with burn-in function (see page ...) running, brightness value commands with
value other than 0 forces the group to have 100% brightness value level regardless of command's
value. Similarly, if a broadcast brightness value command with value other than 0 received when there
are groups which have burn-in active ECGs, those groups will have 100% brightness values while others
will have the value written to broadcast brightness value communication object.
4.3 Function 'Relative Dimming'
- Function relative dimming value can be applied on both groups or to the whole DALI line (broadcast).
- A group shall increase or decrease its brightness value relatively to its current value with a percentage
amount that has written to group's relative dimming communication object after a write. In this
equation, current value is determined by the current value of brightness value communication object
of the group. If resulting brightness value is over 100% after an increase command, group shall go to
the value set by "Maximum brightness value" parameter in general parameters tab, but if an increase
command receives when the group is being switched off, nothing happens if “Allow switch on via dim”
parameter of that group is selected 'no', otherwise group switches on and goes to the value calculated
with increase. Similarly, if resulting brightness value of group is below 0% after an decrease command,
group switches off if its “Allow switch off via dim” parameter is selected 'yes', otherwise group shall go
to the value set by "Minimum brightness value" parameter in general parameters tab.
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- A group shall stop its fading process instantly for a written break command (0%increases or 0%
decreases) to its relative dimming communication object.
- Transition time for all brightness value changes that are triggered by a group's relative dimming
command is set by "Fade time for relative dimming commands" parameter of that group.
Collaboration with other functions:
- If an additional function selected for a group, than relative dimming commands addressed to this
group shall be discarded while that function is activated. Relative dimming commands will be executed
regularly for that group after function is deactivated.
- If a broadcast relative dimming command sent while some groups have running additional functions,
than this command shall be executed only for groups that are on normal operation. No change will be
made for groups with activated functions.
- If a group relative dimming command is received while that group is on sweep function (see page ...),
sweep operation shall break. Similarly, if a group relative dimming command is received while a
broadcast sweep is running, sweep operation will be break for that group but all other groups that are
running sweep function will continue. Broadcast relative dimming commands breaks any sweep
function that is running.
- If a group has any ECG with burn-in function (see page ..) running, relative dimming commands other
than 100% decrease shall discarded while the group is being switched on. Group shall switch off if its
"Allow switch off via dim" parameter selected 'yes' after a 100% decrease command. When group is
switched off and its "Allow switch off via dim" parameter selected 'yes', group shall go to 100%
brightness value for any relative dimming increase command regardless of the increase percentage
(excluding 0%).
4.4 Function 'Sweep'
- Function sweep can be applied on both groups or to the whole DALI line (broadcast).
- Sweep function is an alternative way of turning off the lights. After sweep function triggered, group
shall give warning signals (flash lamps), wait for a while for interruption and -if no interruption receivesswitches off the lamps. Group should be on switch on status at the reception of command for sweep
function to get triggered. Group's switch status will be determined by current value of the switch
communication object of group. Sweep function can be triggered with either value '1' or value '0' on
sweep communication object of group.
- If a control command (switch, brightness value, relative dimming, scene) addressed to this group
receives between sweep trigger time and end of the sweep wait period, it shall considered as an
interruption. This interruption shall break sweep operation and group shall remain at the brightness
value that it had before sweep trigger received.
- Warning signal count and wait period time for sweep operation are set by "Sweep repeat count" and
"Sweep wait time" parameters of each group respectively.
- If a broadcast sweep command receives while some groups are on sweep operation, these groups
stop their sweep and joins broadcast sweep operation. Similarly, if an interruption receives to a group
while broadcast sweep operation is running, that group breaks out from sweep but other groups
continue on sweep operation.
Collaboration with other functions:
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- If an additional function selected for a group, sweep commands addressed to this group shall be
discarded while that function is activated. Sweep commands will be executed regularly for that group
after function is deactivated.
- If a broadcast sweep command sent while some groups have running additional functions, than this
command shall be executed only for groups that are on normal operation. No change will be made for
groups with activated functions.
4.5 Function 'Scene'
- Device is capable of storing 64 different scenes. These scenes can be stored into device memory via
ETS download or via scene store commands during runtime. Each scene can control both DALI ECGs
(electronic control gear) and sensor slots.
- DALI ECGs are configured as device based on scenes. So each ECG can be configured on each scene
to have a specific brightness value or to keep its brightness value as it is. Similarly, sensors are also
configured as slot based. Each sensor slot has its own control enable options for both of its functions.
Call scene commands for any scene forces all the sensor slots and DALI ECGs to claim their according
configurations as set in device memory for that scene.
- Transition time for brightness value changes that are triggered by a scene command is set by "Fade
time scene" parameter of that scene.
- If there is any ECG that has lamp or device fault when a scene store command had received, than
these devices shall be stored on that scene with 'keep brightness value in scene' option.
- When "Overwrite scene on download" parameter of a scene is selected as 'no' on an ETS download,
this downloaded new scene values shall become irrelevant and device shall continue to use old scene
data on runtime. Otherwise device shall overwrite downloaded new data for that scene and use it on
runtime as well.
- Consecutive store scene commands shall not be executed if the execution of earlier store scene
command is not yet completed. There must be more than 10 seconds interval between two
consecutive store scene commands.
Collaboration with other functions:
- ECGs that belong to groups that have activated additional functions shall not change their brightness
values upon call scene commands even if they are not configured as 'keep brightness value in scene'
in that scene. When executing call scene commands, sensor reactions are processed before ECG
brightness value changes to be compliant to this rule. So, ECGs of groups that have DALI sensor based
additional functions shall not join the scene if their sensor slot function is activated in scene call even
if their additional function were disabled before call scene command.
- ECGs that belong to groups with activated burn-in functions shall not change their brightness values
upon call scene commands even if they are not configured as 'keep brightness value in scene' in that
scene.
- Running sweep function of a group shall break upon a call scene command if at least one of the
group's ECGs is configured to go to a brightness value (not configured as 'keep brightness value in
scene').
- Store scene commands shall be discarded if there is any group that is on sweep operation or has
activated burn-in function.
- ECGs that belong to groups that have activated additional functions at the time of received store
scene command shall be saved as 'keep brightness value in scene'.
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4.6 Function 'Burn-in'
- Function burn-in can be applied on both groups or to the whole DALI line (broadcast).
- Burn-in function is a lamp lifetime conservation method implemented in our application. Function
prevents dimming of a group by any means for a period of time. Switch, brightness value and relative
dimming commands for group resulting between 1% to 100% brightness values shall be converted to
100%. So, groups with active burn-in function cannot have a brightness value other than 0% or 100%.
Also enabling of any additional function of a group is prevented since dimming would be required for
proper functionality. Burn-in function of a group can be started with a written value '1' on burn-in
communication object of group. It can also be stopped prematurely after a written '0'.
- Burn-in function period is set by "Burn-in period" parameter in general parameters tab. Time is kept
ECG based. Total time shall count down for every ECG while it is being switched on. When all the ECGs
of a group finish their burn-in periods, group's burn-in function ends. Remaining burn-in times are
saved when a KNX power failure happens.
- When a burn-in enable command had received to a group, its additional function shall disabled and
group shall go to 100% brightness value if it was switched on at the reception time of command.
- If an ETS download made to the device with "Enable burn-in function" parameter selected as 'no', all
the burn-in data that saved in device's memory shall erased even if there were still some ECGs that
had uncompleted burn-in periods.
4.7 Function 'Corridor' with KNX sensor
- Any group can be selected to utilize corridor function with KNX sensor as its additional function.
Group's additional function parameter should selected as 'Corridor function with KNX sensor' for that
purpose.
- When corridor function with KNX sensor is selected as additional function, group's "Enable additional
function" communication object becomes active. Enabling the function or returning to normal
operation is done via this communication object.
- After selecting corridor function with KNX as additional function, a new parameter tab called
"Corridor function" becomes active. Functionality of the function is set by parameters in this tab. Group
shall go to the value set by "On period brightness value" parameter after a switch on command when
corridor function is active. After that there are two alternatives; if "On period" parameter is selected
as value '0', group shall stay at "On period brightness value" until a switch off command receives, and
when the switch off command receives group shall go to value set by "Wait period brightness value"
parameter. If "On period" parameter selected other than value '0', group shall stay at "On brightness
value" for that period and shall go to value set by "Wait period brightness value" parameter even if
switch off command doesn't receives (a switch off command before on period expires shall also take
group to wait time brightness value). There are again two alternatives after that; similarly, if "Wait
period" parameter is selected as value '0', group shall stay at "Wait period brightness value" until a
switch on command receives, but group shall switch off after "Wait period" if that value selected other
than '0'.
- Transition time for brightness value changes that happened while corridor function activated is set
by "Fade time corridor function" parameter of that group.
Collaboration with other functions:
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- Group's brightness value, relative dimming and sweep controls shall be disabled while corridor
function is active.
- Enabling of additional function shall be prevented if there is any ECG in group with active burn-in
function. If start burn-in command receives to a group while its corridor function is enabled, function
shall get disabled and group ECG's shall start burn-in function.
- ECGs belong to a group with active additional function shall not change their brightness values on
scene calls.
- ECGs that belong to groups with active additional functions shall have not taken into account on
status switch and status brightness value calculations of whole DALI line.
- Usage of additional functions with overlapping DALI groups is not recommended. No precautionary
measures have taken in case of inconsistencies would occur by overlapping.
4.8 Function 'Corridor' with DALI sensor
- Any group can be selected to utilize corridor function with DALI sensor as its additional function. For
that purpose, group's additional function parameter should be selected as 'Corridor function with DALI
sensor' and sensor slot choice should be made via "Assigned sensor slot" parameter.
- Enabling and disabling of function will be done by "Enable corridor function" communication object
of group's assigned sensor. All of the groups that are assigned to a sensor slot for corridor function
shall start function after a written value '1' on "Enable corridor function" communication object.
Similarly, all these groups shall return to normal operation after a written value '0' (empty sensor slots
can't get enabled for any function).
- After selecting corridor function with DALI sensor as additional function, a new parameter tab called
"Corridor function" becomes active. Functionality of the function is set by parameters in this tab. When
sensor sensed a motion when its corridor function is active, it commands all its corridor function groups
to go to the value set by their "On period brightness value" parameters. Groups shall stay at this value
until sensor slot's presence status exists. When sensor slot's presence status ceased, it commands
groups to go to the value set by their "Wait period brightness value" parameter. There are two
alternatives after that; if "Wait period" parameter of group is selected as value '0', group shall stay at
"Wait period brightness value" until sensor senses another motion, but group shall switch off after
"Wait period" if that value selected other than '0'.
- Transition time for brightness value changes that happened while corridor function activated is set
by "Fade time corridor function" parameter of that group.
- Sensor slot presence hold up time is set by "Presence hold up time" parameter of slot. Sensor slot's
presence status ceases if sensor doesn't sense any movement over this period.
- When a disable corridor function command receives to sensor slot, it commands its corridor function
groups to go to brightness value set by "Brightness value when corridor function disables" parameter
of slot.
- If sensor slot's "Disable corridor function when a group switched off" parameter selected as 'yes', a
switch off command addressed to one of the sensor slot's corridor function groups shall disable slot's
corridor function when enabled.
Collaboration with other functions:
- Group's switch, brightness value, relative dimming and sweep controls shall be disabled while
corridor function is active.
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- Enabling of additional function shall be prevented if there is any ECG in group with active burn-in
function. If start burn-in command receives to a group while its corridor function is enabled, function
shall get disabled and group's ECGs shall start burn-in function. Group shall join back to corridor
function if its sensor slot's corridor function is enabled when group's all ECGs finish their burn-in
periods.
- ECGs belong to a group with active additional function shall not change their brightness values on
scene calls.
- ECGs that belong to groups with active additional functions shall have not taken into account on
status switch and status brightness value calculations of whole DALI line.
- Usage of additional functions with overlapping DALI groups is not recommended. No precautionary
measures have taken in case of inconsistencies would occur by overlapping.
4.9 Function 'Constant light' with DALI sensor
- Any group can be selected to utilize constant light function with DALI sensor as its additional function.
For that purpose, group's additional function parameter should be selected as 'Constant light function
with DALI sensor' and sensor slot choice should be made via "Assigned sensor slot" parameter.
- Enabling and disabling of function will be done by "Enable constant light function" communication
object of group's assigned sensor. All of the groups that are assigned to a sensor slot for constant light
function shall start function after a written value '1' on "Enable constant light function" communication
object. Similarly, all these groups shall return to normal operation after a written value '0' (empty
sensor slots can't get enabled for any function).
- When first activated, sensor slot shall command all its constant light function groups to switch off if
no presence sensed. If presence does exists or sensor senses a motion afterwards, control algorithm
for constant light function shall be executed with an interval set by "Update interval" parameter of
sensor slot. The first thing that control algorithm checks is presence status. If presence does not exist,
groups shall switch off if groups are switched on. Nothing happens if groups are already switched off.
If presence does exist, algorithm tries to close the error gap between current measured lux value and
the value set by "Target lux value" parameter of sensor slot. Groups shall dim down or dim up if error
gap is positive or negative respectively. Algorithm does not try to get to the absolute target lux value.
Nothing happens if measured lux value is in the range of "Target lux value" parameter value ±
"Hysteresis lux value" parameter value.
- Target lux value that used in the control algorithm of constant light functions can also be set at
runtime by sensor slots' "Set target lux value" communication objects. Sensor slot's "Enable changing
target lux value" parameter shall be selected as 'yes' for activating this communication object. If
"Overwrite target lux value on download" parameter is selected 'no' on an ETS download, selected
value of "Target lux value" shall be irrelevant after download. So any changes that made on runtime
shall be preserved.
- Sensor slot presence hold up time is set by "Presence hold up time" parameter of slot. Sensor slot's
presence status ceases if sensor doesn't sense any movement over this period.
- When a disable constant light function command receives to sensor slot, it commands its constant
light function groups to go to brightness value set by "Brightness value when constant light function
disables" parameter of slot.
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- If sensor slot's "Disable constant light function when a group switched off" parameter selected as
'yes', a switch off command addressed to one of the sensor slot's constant light function groups shall
disable slot's constant light function when enabled.
Collaboration with other functions:
- Group's switch, brightness value, relative dimming and sweep controls shall be disabled while
constant light function is active.
- Enabling of additional function shall be prevented if there is any ECG in group with active burn-in
function. If start burn-in command receives to a group while its constant light function is enabled,
function shall get disabled and group's ECGs shall start burn-in function. Group shall join back to
constant light function if its sensor slot's corridor function is enabled when group's all ECGs finish their
burn-in periods.
- ECGs belong to a group with active additional function shall not change their brightness values on
scene calls.
- ECGs that belong to groups with active additional functions shall not taken into account on status
switch and status brightness value calculations of whole DALI line.
- Usage of additional functions with overlapping DALI groups is not recommended. No precautionary
measures have taken in case of inconsistencies would occur by overlapping.
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