1. Product characteristics 2. Basic safety information 3

1. Product characteristics 2. Basic safety information 3
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Presence detector
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PlanoSpot 360 KNX S DE WH
••User remote control «theSenda S» (optional)
••Management remote control «SendoPro» (optional)
••Installation remote control «theSenda P» (optional)
2. Basic safety information
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Make yourself familiar with the presence detector, prior
to installation and start-up.
Read these operating instructions and the «KNXPlanoSpot manual».
1. Product characteristics
••Passive infrared presence detectors for ceiling
installation
••Flat design with interchangeable cover frame in different
colors
••Square detection area 360° (up to 64 m ) for reliable and
easy planning
••Automatic presence- and brightness-dependent control
for lighting and HVAC
••Two differently sized detection zones for greater flexibility. Adjustable via parameters or remote control.
••Mixed light measurement suitable for fluorescent lamps
(FL/PL/ESL), halogen/incandescent lamps and LEDs
••3 directed light measurements
••2 light channels C1, C2 with 2 light measurements and
additional lighting channel C3 without brightness factor
••Switched or constant light control with 2 independent
control systems and standby function (orientation light)
••Switching mode with dimmable lighting
••Fully or semi-automatic
••Brightness switching value or set point value can be
2
set in lux by using parameters, the object or via remote
control
Teach-in of the brightness switching value or the set
point value
Light time delay configurable
Self-learning time delay can be set using parameters,
object or via remote control
Reduction of time delay when present briefly (short-term
presence)
Manual override by telegram or remote control
2 presence channels C4, C5, individually configurable
Switch-on delay and time delay configurable
Room monitoring with selective movement detection
Setting the room correction factor for brightness measurement comparison
Configurable sensitivity
Extremely simple setting of the energy-saving ratio with
the new «eco plus» function
Test mode for checking function and detection area
Scenarios
Parallel switching of multiple presence detectors
(Master/Slave or Master/Master)
Installation in false ceilings with springs
Surface mounting on ceilings possible with the AP-frame
(optional)
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••Work on electrical systems may only be carried out by
qualified electricians or by instructed persons under the
guidance and supervision of a qualified electrician in
accordance with the technical regulations applying to
electricity!
Comply with the country-specific safety regulations for
work on electrical systems! Ensure absence of voltage in
the cable before installation!
The device is maintenance-free. If the device is opened
or penetrated with any object, the guarantee lapses.
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3. Proper use
The presence detector is intended for interior installation. The
presence detector is exclusively intended for the use as contractually agreed between the manufacturer and the user. Any
other use is considered to be unacceptable. The manufacturer
does not accept liability for any resulting damages.
4. Operation
The presence detector is primarily used in offices and schools,
as well as in homes, for easy and energy-efficient control of
lighting plus HVAC and shading. The lighting is accordingly
influenced by switching or constant light control.
Operation
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 Mixed light measurement
 Presence detection
 Artificial light
„ Incident daylight
Light channel C1, C2, C3
The presence detector detects people present based on smallest movements. Its 3 light sensors simultaneously measure
the brightness in the room and can thus steplessly control the
lighting or switch it on and off according to the daylight. The
light outputs can be dynamically faded up and down by the
integrator. The brightness switching value or set point value
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is adjusted by means of a parameter, object or the remote
control.
the presence detector to their needs in an extremely easy
manner.
Switching
The lighting switches on with presence and insufficient
brightness, and off with absence or sufficient brightness.
Manual switching or dimming can be performed with a push
button. Manual switching off, dimming and scenes stop the
control for the duration of the presence.
Presence channel C4, C5
Constant light control
When constant light control is active, the brightness is held
constant at the brightness set point value. Control is started
fully automatically or manually via push button or remote
control. Manual switching off, dimming and scenes stop control for as long as the presence continues.
Time delay
The minimum time delay can be set for all light channels in
the range of 30 seconds to 60 minutes. It adjusts automatically to the user's behaviour and can increase independently
to 30 min or reduce back to the set minimum time. With settings ≤ 2 min or ≥ 30 min the time delay remains unchanged
at the set value. If someone goes into an unoccupied room
only briefly and leaves it within 30 seconds, then the light
will be switched off prematurely after 2 minutes (short-term
presence).
Standby
The standby function acts as an orientation light. After the
time delay expires, the lighting is set to the standby dimming
value (1 - 25 %). The standby time can be set between 30 s
and 60 min or permanently. The lighting switches off if the
brightness level in the rooms exceeds the brightness switching value / set point value. The lighting switches to the
standby dimming value independently if the room brightness
falls below the brightness switching value / set point value.
The standby function can be activated or locked via an object.
In conjunction with a time switch, this allows energy-saving
solutions to be implemented.
Push button control
The lighting can be manually switched or dimmed at any time
via a push button. If the light is switched on manually, the
light will remain on during switching operation for at least
30 minutes provided people are present. It then switches off
when there is enough brightness. The light is forced off after
a preset time delay if the room was (previously) vacated. If
artificial lighting is switched off manually, the lighting remains
switched off as long as the room is occupied. The lighting
switches again automatically after the time delay has expired.
Fully or semi-automatic
Lighting control via the presence detector operates fully automatically for increased comfort or semi-automatically for greater energy savings. In "fully automatic device" the lighting is
switched on and off automatically. In "semi-automatic", the
lighting must always be switched on manually. The lighting is
switched off automatically.
The presence channels are typically used for HVAC control.
According to the selection, a telegram will only be sent in case
of presence, completely independently of the brightness and
after expiry of the switch-on delay. After every telegram, the
time delay is started again with every motion. Buttons do not
affect the presence channel.
Switch-on delay
The switch-on delay prevents instantaneous switching on.
The telegram is sent only on expiry of the switch-on delay,
provided that people are present at this time.
Time delay
The time delay enables delayed switching off of HVAC devices
and systems after the room is vacated. If selected, a telegram
can be sent after the expiry of the presence time delay (once
or cyclical).
Room monitoring channel C6
In the room monitoring channel the sensitivity of the presence detection is reduced. A telegram is only sent when a
significant movement occurs and indicates the presence of
people with a high degree of certainty. A separate time delay
is available for the room monitoring.
5. Detection area
The square detection area of the presence detector guarantees accurate and simple planning. Two detection zones
are available; the user can switch between them by means of
a parameter or the management remote control.
Note that seated and moving persons can be detected in
differently-sized areas.
The recommended installation height is 2 m – 3 m. As
installation height increases, the sensitivity of the presence
detector decreases. At an installation height of 3 m or higher,
walking motions are necessary and the detection areas of
several detectors should overlap around the perimeter. The
detection range is reduced as the temperature increases.
This sensitivity can be adjusted in 5 levels via a parameter or
the remote control.
Seated persons:
The presence detector reacts very sensitively to the slightest
movements. The information refers to movements at table
height (approx. 0.08 m).
Moving persons:
With an installation height of > 3 m, the size and distance
between the active and passive zones increase.
More pronounced movements are required for clear detection.
Exceptionally easy configuration of the energy-saving behaviour
By using the selection «eco» for optimal switching behaviour
or «eco plus» for maximum energy savings, users can adjust
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Switching
Direct light influences the light measurement. The placement
of floor lamps or suspended lighting directly below the detector is to be avoided.
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seated
moving
persons
persons
Constant light control
The detector must be positioned in such a way that it only
detects artificial light that it controls itself. Artificial light that
is controlled by other detectors, or manually switched work
lighting, influence the brightness measurement of the detector. Direct artificial light on the detector must be avoided.
Suitable lamps
The presence detector is designed for the operation of fluorescent, compact fluorescent, halogen and incandescent lamps
as well as LEDs.
Standard detection zone
Installation
height
stationary persons
moving persons
2.0 m
9 m2
3.0 m x 3.0 m
20 m2
4.5 m x 4.5 m ± 0.5 m
2.5 m
16 m2
4.0 m x 4.0 m
36 m2
6.0 m x 6.0 m ± 0.5 m
3.0 m
20 m2
4.5 m x 4.5 m
49 m2
7.0 m x 7.0 m ± 1.0 m
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64 m2
8.0 m x 8.0 m ± 1.0 m
3.5 m
Reduced detection zone
Installation stationary persons
height
moving persons
2.0 m
4.0 m2
2.0 m x 2.0 m
4.4 m2
2.1 m x 2.1 m ± 0.5 m
2.5 m
6.3 m
2
2.5 m x 2.5 m
9.0 m2
3.0 m x 3.0 m ± 0.5 m
3.0 m
9.0 m2
3.0 m x 3.0 m
14.4 m2
3.8 m x 3.8 m ± 1.0 m
22.1 m2
4.7 m x 4.7 m ± 1.0 m
3.5 m
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6. Installation
Ceiling installation
Installation in false ceilings for ceiling thicknesses of 0.5 mm
to 3 cm. The drill diameter for the ceiling cut-out is 68 mm.
Attach KNX cable (a). Open springs and mount detector in
ceiling (b). Pay attention to window / interior alignment (c).
Remove installation protection (d). Snap on the cover frame
provided (e).
Brightness measurement
The presence detector measures artificial light and daylight
by means of three directed light measurements. The central
light measurement detects the brightness directly below the
detector (A), while the two other light measurements detect
the brightness close to the window (B) or in the interior (C).
The installation location is the reference point for the lighting
level. The brightness measurement can be adapted to the
conditions in a room with the room correction factor.
The use of the following light measurements is recommended:
Switching or constant light control 1-channel: Use of the
centre light measurement.
Switching or constant light regulation 2-channel: only
the two light measurements, window or interior, are
available.
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Surface-mounted installation
Pull out both springs from the detector (g) and replace with
the springs provided with the AP-frame 75A (h). Install the
AP-frame 75A on the ceiling (i). Attach KNX cable (a) and
push the detector into the AP-frame (j). Pay attention to
window / interior alignment (c). Remove installation protection (d). Snap on the cover frame provided (e).
3. Restore device factory settings
The presence detector is supplied with a factory setting. This
factory setting can be restored.
Activation
Description
Power up
Hold down the programming button while
switching on the bus voltage.
4. Operation mode
The PlanoSpot 360 KNX S has 3 operation modes
Normal
Presence test
Light test
5. Switch-on behaviour
After the bus voltage is switched on or the parameters are
downloaded via the ETS, the detector first runs through the
start-up phase of 30 s, then it changes into normal operation.
An LED displays the current status.
1. Start-up phase (30 s)
The LED flashes at one second intervals.
Switching: Light outputs send an ON telegram regardless
of brightness.
Constant light control: Control inactive; the lighting will
be dimmed up to the maximum (value telegram 100 %).
When no one is present or there is sufficient brightness,
an OFF telegram is sent after 30 s (light off).
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2. Operation mode normal
The detector is ready for operation (LED off).
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7. Start-up
3. Event of malfunction
LED flashes rapidly
For troubleshooting, see the chapter «Troubleshooting»
1. Settings
All settings are made via ETS. Refer to the document «KNXPlanoSpot manual» (application description). For assistance
with commissioning, the optional «SendoPro 868-A» management remote control or the «theSenda P» installation remote
control is available. Parameters can be queried, adjusted and
optimised with the «SendoPro 868-A». Parameters can only
be adjusted with the «theSenda P». In this sense, the remote
controls serve as set-up aids. A range of variable parameters
is available for adjustment via the remote control (ee chapter
«Parameters via remote control»).
The response during operation can be changed via the remote
control's control commands.
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8. Parameters via remote control
The following parameters can be queried or changed via
the remote control for support during installation as well as
servicing:
2. Programming mode
The programming mode can be activated either by means of
the programming button on the back of the presence detector
or, without removing the presence detector, by means of the
«SendoPro 868-A» management remote control or «theSenda
P» installation remote control.
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 Programming mode push button
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Parameter
Description
Brightness set point
value C1
Alternative brightness
set point value C1
Value range
in lux
Value range
in lux
Luxmeter
brightness
value in lux
Measured
brightness
value in lux
Value range
in lux
Value range
in lux
Luxmeter
brightness
value in lux
Measured
brightness
value in lux
Value ranges
in seconds /
minutes
Selection of
detection area
Value range in
increments
Brightness measurement value C1
Brightness actual
value C1
Brightness set point
value C2
Alternative brightness
set point value C2
Brightness measurement value C2
Brightness actual
value C2
Lighting time delay
Detection zone
Detection sensitivity
(PIR)
Can be
queried
SendoPro
Can be
changed
SendoPro
Can be
changed
theSenda
P
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Value range
••Lux values with "SendoPro 868-A" management remote
control: 10-3000 lux
••The following values are available with the «theSenda P»
installation remote control: 10, 15, 300, 500, 800 lux
••The currently measured brightness value (lux) can be
x
x
brightness is measured below the presence detector. If the
prevailing brightness is below the switching value/set point
value, the light is switched on when a presence is detected (in
configuration type fully automatic).
x
x
adopted with the "SendoPro 868-A" management
remote control by using the teach-in control command,
or with the "theSenda P" installation remote control via
the teach-in
button. Values outside the permitted
range will automatically be set to the appropriate limit
value.
Deactivation of the brightness measurement (the brightness has no effect). The light channels switch only on the
basis of presence/absence. Possible with the «SendoPro
868-A» management remote control (measuring off) or
the «theSenda P» installation remote control (button ).
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x
x
x
x
x
With the "SendoPro 868-A" management remote control,
parameters can be queried by sending values level-by-level
to the detector. If the sent values are below the set parameter, the LED illuminates briefly. If the sent values are equal or
above the set parameter, the LED flickers for 2 seconds.
This adjustment of parameters does not change the settings
in ETS.
9. Alterable parameters via remote control
3. Alternative brightness switching value / set
point value channel C1, C2 light
The alternative brightness switching value / set point value
can be used to define a second different brightness switching
/ set point value. For example, a day and night mode with two
different brightness levels can be set up in combination with
the brightness switching value / set point value channel C1
and C2 light. The alternative brightness switching value / set
point value is activated or switched via bus object.
Value range
cf. 2nd brightness switching value / set point value channel
C1, C2 light
1. Adjustment with the remote control
4. Room correction factor C1, C2
The parameters are sent to the presence detector with the
"SendoPro 868-A" management remote control or with "theSenda P" installation remote control via infra-red. Changed
parameters are immediately applied and used by the detector.
The room correction factor is a measurement for the difference between brightness measurements on the ceiling and
the work area. The brightness measurement value at the
ceiling is influenced by the installation location, incidence of
light, position of the sun, weather conditions, the reflection
properties of the room and the furniture.
With the room correction factor, the measured brightness
value of the corresponding light channel is adjusted to the
conditions in the room and in this way can be matched to
the luxmeter value  measured at the surface beneath the
presence detector.
LED description
Flickering for 2 s
After activating the send function on the management remote
control or pressing the corresponding push button on the
theSenda P, the presence detector indicates correct reception
by flickering for 2 s.
Lighting up briefly
The parameter/command sent from the remote control was
rejected by the presence detector. The command is not valid.
Check selected detector type and sent parameters with
management remote control.
2. Brightness switching value / Set point value
channel C1, C2 light
The brightness switching value/set point value defines
the minimum desired brightness. The currently prevailing
Room correction factor = Brightness value at the ceiling /
brightness value at the working surface
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Please refer to the «KNX-PlanoSpot manual» for calibrating
the light measurements and setting the room correction
factor.
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The luxmeter is placed on the working surface beneath
the sensor and the measured lux value entered via the
«SendoPro 868-A» management remote control as parameter <Measured brightness value C1/C2>.
The room correction factor is calculated from this automatically. Values between 0.05 and 2.0 are permitted.
Calculated or entered values outside the permitted range
will automatically be set to the appropriate limit value.
The calculated room correction factor will be applied immediately. As a check, the room correction factor can be queried
via object 8 for channel C1 and via object 19 for channel C2.
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The room correction factor can be changed directly only via the
ETS.
The standard value is 0.3 and is suitable for most applications.
Changes are only sensible in sharply varying situations.
5. Light time delay
Value range
Adjustable values with "SendoPro 868-A" management remote control
In the "theSenda P" installation remote control, the
following values are available
30 s - 60 min.
30 s, 60 s, 2 min.,
10 min., 20 min., 60
min.
6. Detection zone
The detector has two differently sized detection zones. These
can be selected easily with the management remote control
via the «Detection zone» parameter. Available selections:
«Standard» (max. detection area moving 8 x 8 m) or «Reduced» (max. detection area moving 4.7 x 4.7 m). Also see
chapter 5. Detection area.
Alternatively, the detection zones can be selected in the ETS
via the «Detection zone» parameter. See «KNX-PlanoSpot
manual» document.
7. Detection sensitivity
The detector has 5 sensitivity increments. The basic setting
is the middle increment (3). Sensitivity also applies during
test mode. By selecting the test presence operation mode,
the set sensitivity increment is not changed. Level 1 to 5 can
be selected and sent to the detector with the «SendoPro
868-A» management remote control. On the «theSenda P»
installation remote control, the sensitivity can be increased or
decreased by one level each time the button is pushed.
Increment
Control command
Description
Programming mode
Activation of
programming
mode
Teach-in channel C1
Teach-in channel C2
Teach-in channel
C1 + C2
very insensitive
2
insensitive
3
Standard
4
sensitive
5
very sensitive
10.Control commands via remote control
The following control commands can be triggered with the
remote control:
Can be
Can be
triggered triggered
SendoPro theSenda P
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Master/Slave query
Master / Slave
x
Switching light
All lighting
groups can be
switched on
and off.
x
x
Presence test
Light test
On/Off
On/Off
x
x
x
Restart
Restart
detector
x
x
Teach-in
The currently measured brightness value will be accepted as
the brightness set point value. Transfer is made to the currently active brightness set point value. This means that when
switched to the alternative brightness set point value, the
currently measured brightness value (lux) is transferred to the
alternative brightness set point value by the teach-in command. Values outside the permitted range will automatically
be set to the appropriate limit value.
Test mode
The PlanoSpot 360 KNX S has two test modes.
Presence test
Light test
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1. Presence test
The presence test is used for checking the detection area and
the parallel switching.
Activation
Control command test presence «On» with the «SendoPro
868-A» management remote control or «theSenda P»
installation remote control, button «Test»..
ON telegram via bus object (51).
The presence test can be activated anytime.
End
With subsequent restart:
Control command test presence «Off» with the «SendoPro
868-A» management remote control or with «theSenda P»
installation remote control, button (Reset).
OFF telegram via bus object (51)
Mains failure and thus power up
Automatically according to the time set with the ETS,
without restart:
Activation of light test with the "SendoPro 868-A" management remote control.
Indication
of LED
status
channels
Description
On
In the event of movement, the LED is on and the channels
C1, C2 switch on.
Off
After the movement stops, the LED is off and the channels
C1, C2 switch after approx. 10 s.
Sensitivity
1
Can be
queried
SendoPro
Test response
••Deactivated brightness measurement, light output does
not react to brightness
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••The detector reacts as in configuration type fully automatic device, even if semi-automatic device is set.
••The control type changes to switching if the control type
is set to constant light control. The light is not controlled.
••Light "On" during motion; light "Off" during absence
••Lighting channels C1 and C2 have a fixed time delay of
10 s.
••The presence and room monitoring channels react
unchanged as in normal operation.
Commands and adjustable parameters
In the presence test mode, the following commands are
possible with the «SendoPro 868-A» management remote
control:
End presence test
Activate the light test
Change the detection zone
Change the detection sensitivity
The selected detection sensitivity (1 . . 5) remains unchanged
on activation of the presence test. Sensitivity can be adjusted
during the test.
The presence detector performs a restart after the end of the
test mode.
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2. Test-light
The light test is used to check the brightness switching value
/ set point value.
Activation
End
Control command test presence «On» with the «SendoPro
868-A» management remote control
A telegram via bus object (52)
The test light can always be activated
With subsequent restart:
Control command test light «Off» with the «SendoPro
868-A» management remote control or with
«theSenda P» installation remote control, button (Reset).
OFF telegram via bus object (52)
Mains failure and thus power up
Automatically according to the time set with the ETS
Without restart:
Activation of test presence with the «SendoPro 868-A»
management more remote control or «theSenda P».
LED display
Description
Flashing, 5 s off
0.3 s On
The LED flashes as long as the light test is active.
Test response
The presence detector responds 100 % like in normal operation, only the reaction to bright/dark is faster. This makes
it possible to test the brightness threshold and the adaptive
response. The control is also faster. All selected functions and
parameters remain unchanged.
Do not use a torch to switch the presence detector. The
presence detector will teach-in this and thereby distort the
adaptive light thresholds and hysteresis values.
In order to simulate this behaviour, the area below the presence detector should be illuminated or the blinds operated.
Reactivate the light test for a new test.
Troubleshooting
Fault
Cause
Light does not switch
on or switches off if
presence is detected
and in darkness
Lux value is set too low; detector set on semiautomatic; light was switched off manually via
push button or with remote control; person not
within detection area; obstruction(s) interrupting
detection; time delay set too short.
Light stays on when
someone is present
despite sufficient
brightness
Lux value is set too high; light was recently switched on manually via push button or by remote
control (wait 30 min during switching operation);
detector is in test mode.
Light does not switch
off and/or light
switches on spontaneously when no one
is present
Wait for time delay (self-learning); thermal
sources of interference in the detection area: fan
heaters, incandescent lamps/halogen spotlights,
moving objects (e.g. curtains hanging in an open
window).
Error flashing
(3 x per second)
Self-test error;
Invalid parameter values in the detector (see KNXPlanoSpot manual chapter Parameter settings at
Download).
Device not functioning properly!
LED display
LED
Description
Flashing at one
second intervals
The presence detector is in the start-up phase.
Flickering for 2 s
The command sent from the remote control via infrared was accepted by the presence detector.
Lighting up
briefly
The command sent from the remote control via
infrared was rejected by the presence detector. The
command is not valid. Check the selected detector type
or parameters on the SendoPro.
Error flashing
(3x s)
Error flashing; The presence detector has found an
error.
Flashing, 5 s off
0.3 s On
The presence detector is in light test mode.
Lights up or flickers irregularly
The presence detector is in the presence test mode.
The LED displays detection of movement.
Dimensional diagrams
PlanoSpot 360 KNX S
Commands and adjustable parameters
In the light test mood, the following commands are possible
with the «SendoPro 868-A» management remote control:
End light test
Activate presence test
Change brightness switching value / set point value
channel C1, and C2 light
The presence detector performs a reset after the end of the
test mode.
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12.Accessories
SendoPro 868-A
Item No.: 9070675
Details > www.theben.de/www.theben-hts.ch
Back box 75 A
theSenda P
Item No.: 9070910
Details > www.theben.de/www.theben-hts.ch
59
16
25
25
59
16
75
80
75
80
theSenda S
Item No.: 9070911
Details > www.theben.de/www.theben-hts.ch
11.Technical data
ENTGRATEN
UND SCHARFE
KANTEN
BRECHEN
WENN NICHT ANDERS DEFINIERT:
OBERFLÄCHENGÜTE:
BEMASSUNGEN SIND IN MILLIMETER
OBERFLÄCHENBESCHAFFENHEIT:
TOLERANZEN:
LINEAR:
WINKEL:
Bus voltage KNX, max. 30 V
Power consumption
approx. 8 mA / 9 mA with LED on
Type of installation
Installation in false ceilings
SIGNATUR
DATUM
GEPRÜFT
WENN
NICHT ANDERS DEFINIERT:
OBERFLÄCHENGÜTE:
BEMASSUNGEN
SIND IN MILLIMETER
GENEHMIGT
OBERFLÄCHENBESCHAFFENHEIT:
PRODUKTION
TOLERANZEN:
LINEAR:
WERKSTOFF:
QUALITÄT
WINKEL:
NAME
GEZEICHNET
GEPRÜFT
GENEHMIGT
PRODUKTION
QUALITÄT
ÄNDERUNG
Operating voltage
NAME
GEZEICHNET
ZEICHNUNG NICHT SKALIEREN
SIGNATUR
BENENNUNG:
ENTGRATEN
UND SCHARFE
KANTEN
BRECHEN
ZEICHNUNG NICHT SKALIEREN
ÄNDERUNG
A4
AP-Rahmen PlanoSpot
ZEICHNUNGSNR.
DATUM
BENENNUNG:
Recommended installa- 2.0 – 3.0 m (minimum height > 1.7 m)
tion height
GEWICHT:
MASSSTAB:1:2
Detection area horizontal 360°
vertical 120°
WERKSTOFF:
Maximum range
GEWICHT:
BLATT 1 VON 1
A4
AP-Rahmen PlanoSpot
Plano Cover 76 WH
Optional (cover white)
Item no: 9070976
ZEICHNUNGSNR.
MASSSTAB:1:2
BLATT 1 VON 1
8 x 8 m (Inst. ht. 3.0 m) / 64 m2 moving
4.5 x 4.5 m (Inst. ht. 3.0 m) / 20 m2 seated
Brightness switching
value / set point value
setting range
approx. 10 – 3000 lux
Lighting time delay
30 s – 60 min.
Presence time delay
10 s – 120 min.
Presence switch-on
delay
10 s – 30 min / inactive
Standby dimming value
1 – 25 % of the lamp output
Stand-by time 30 s – 60 min / inactive / permanently on
All settings are remotely configurable
see KNX manual
Connection type
Plug-in terminals, type WAGO 243
Protection rating
IP 20
Ambient temperature
0 °C – 50 °C
CE Declaration of
Conformity
This device conforms to the safety regulations of
the EMC directive 2014/30/EC
RCM compliance
This device is compliant with the ACMA
guidelines
Plano Cover 76 BK
(cover black)
Item no: 9070977
Plano Cover 76 SR
(cover silver)
Item no: 9070978
Back box 75A WH
Item No.: 9070949
Details > www.theben.de/www.theben-hts.ch
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13.Contact
AP-frame 75A BK
Item No.: 9070950
Details > www.theben.de/www.theben-hts.ch
AP-frame 75A SR
Item No.: 9070951
Details > www.theben.de/www.theben-hts.ch
Product overview
Type of
installation
Channel
Colour
Ceiling
installation
3 Light | 2 White
HVAC
Type
Item number
PlanoSpot 360
KNX S DE WH
2039300
Guarantee
ThebenHTS presence detectors are manufactured with the
utmost care and using state-of-the-art technology and are
quality-tested. ThebenHTS AG therefore guarantees perfect
operation when used correctly. Should a fault occur, however,
ThebenHTS AG will fulfil the guarantee within the scope of the
general terms and conditions.
Please note in particular:
that the guarantee period lasts 24 months from the date
of manufacture.
that the guarantee is invalidated if you, or a third party,
make changes or undertake repairs to the devices.
that, insofar as the presence detectors are connected
to a software-controlled system, the guarantee for this
connection is only valid when the indicated interface
specification is complied with.
We undertake to repair or replace as quickly as possible
all components of the delivered device that have become
defective or unusable through demonstrably poor material,
faulty construction or incomplete delivery up to the end of the
guarantee period.
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Switzerland
Theben HTS AG
Im Langhag 7b
8307 Effretikon
SWITZERLAND
Phone +41 52 355 17 00
Fax +41 52 355 17 01
Hotline
Phone +41 52 355 17 27
[email protected]
www.theben-hts.ch
All countries except Switzerland
Theben AG
Hohenbergstrasse 32
72401 Haigerloch
GERMANY
Phone: +49474 692-0
Fax: +497474 692-150
Hotline
Phone: +49 7474 692-369
[email protected]
www.theben.de
Returns
In the event of a guarantee claim, please return the device to
the relevant dealer together with the delivery note and a brief
description of the fault.
Industrial property rights
The design as well as hardware and software of these devices
are protected by copyright.
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