null  User manual
DALI Professional
Controller-4
Control unit
Operating instructions
Contents
Safety............................................................................................... 4
General instructions
Safety instructions
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Description....................................................................................... 5
Purpose and application
Configuration
Design
Connections Pushbutton
LED displays
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Installation........................................................................................ 8
Fasten control unit
Connecting the control unit
Safety instructions
Preparing the wiring
Relays
Number of pushbuttons and sensor couplers
Pushbutton
Connection diagram
System overview
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Operation....................................................................................... 13
Basic state
Construction Site mode
Plug & Play mode
Further operating functions
Offline mode (power supply via the USB interface)
Behaviour after a power failure
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Appendix........................................................................................ 18
Technical data
Applicable standards
Notes
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Safety
Safety
General instructions
The control unit must only be installed and put into operation by a qualified electrician.
The applicable safety regulations and accident prevention regulations must be observed.
Safety instructions
WARNING!
Exposed, live cables.
Danger of electric shock!
•
Only work on the control unit when it is de-energised.
CAUTION!
Destruction of the control unit and other devices through incorrect mounting!
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The control unit should only be mounted in switch cabinets (DIN 43880).
The DALI standard as per IEC 62386 must be complied with.
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Description
Description
Purpose and application
The DALI Professional control unit makes scene-based operations and daylight/presence-dependent operations possible.
The control unit can control up to 256 (4x64) DALI-operating devices via 4 DALI lines
and functions with any other device of the DALI Professional product family. For more
detailed information on DALI, see http://www.dali-ag.org/.
The gateway is designed for installation on 35 mm DIN rails in switch cabinets.
Configuration
In order to make use of the control unit‘s full functionality (e.g. brightness control,
scenes, sequences, colour control, addressing), you must have a PC configured with
the DALI Professional software (see the separate software instructions).
Simple light operations (switching on/off, dimming) can be carried out without previous
configuration (see „Operation“ in these operating instructions):
• With the pushbuttons directly on the device („Construction Site mode“)
• With the buttons directly on the device and the motion sensors („Plug & Play Mode“)
Design
The control unit is made up of the following components:
Connections
• Power supply (A)
• DALI lines (two-pole) A, B, C, D (B)
• Relay contacts K1, K2, K3, K4 (C)
• USB interface (type B) for PC connection (J)
Pushbutton
• “SELECT” pushbutton (E)
• „ON/OFF/DIM“ pushbutton (F)
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Description
LED displays
„DALIPORT“ (G): Status of the DALI A, B, C, D lines:
LED
Meaning
On
Mains voltage present, DALI power supply active.
Off
No mains voltage present, DALI power supply inactive (control unit
supplied only through USB).
Flashes
Short circuit within the DALI circuit (voltage 0 V).
Sparks
Overvoltage in the DALI circuit (voltage > 20 V).
„RELAY“ (H): Status of the relay outputs K1, K2, K3, K4
LED
Meaning
On
Relay energised.
Off
Relay de-energised (switching state as on imprint).
Flashes
See "Construction Site Mode" in "Operation".
LEDs for status display of the control unit (K)
„PLUG & PLAY“:
LED
Meaning
On
Plug & Play mode available (i.e. control unit has not yet been configured by means of PC).
Off
Plug & Play mode not available (i.e. control unit has been configured
by means of PC).
„POWER“:
LED
Meaning
On
Mains voltage is present. Control unit is operational.
Off
No mains voltage present.
Flashes
Startup phase (approx. 10 s) after a power failure.
„OFFLINE“
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LED
Meaning
On
No mains voltage present. The control unit is not supplied with mains
voltage, but instead via the USB interface. "Offline mode (power supply via the USB interface)".
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„ERROR“
LED
Meaning
On
Lamp faults detected.
Off
Normal operation.
„SERVICE“: (D)
LED
Meaning
On/Off
Reserved for future applications
E
F
G
J
K
D
H
C
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A
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Installation
Installation
Fasten control unit
The DALI Professional control unit is only intended to be mounted on 35 mm DIN rails
in a switch cabinet, as per DIN 43880. It requires an installation width of 9 horizontal
pitch units (HP).
Proceed as follows:
Step
Task
1
Press in lock clips until you hear them lock with a "click" sound.
2
Lock in the control unit on the DIN rail.
Removal: Using a screwdriver, push out the lock clips.
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Installation
Connecting the control unit
Safety instructions
WARNING!
Protection Class I device.
Danger of electric shock!
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•
Securely connect the protective earth (PE).
Use B 10 A or B 16 A type unit as circuit breaker.
WARNING!
The DALI interface is insulated by a basic insulation.
Danger of electric shock!
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Use wires that can handle power line voltages for the entire DALI wiring.
•
Do not connect the DALI wiring with external voltage, especially not with 230 V
mains voltage. Any potential overvoltage is only checked when starting up the
DALI Professional.
Include DALI wiring, with a 5-core cable (e.g. NYM 5 x 1.5 mm²) if necessary,
together with the mains voltage (L, N, PE).
CAUTION!
Destruction of the control unit and other devices through incorrect mounting!
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Connect relay contacts with max. 5 A ohmic load.
Connect an interference suppressed contactor in between for higher loads.
Using electronic ballast reduces the switching load, with respect to ohmic loads,
at the same wattage.
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Installation
Preparing the wiring
Wire stripping for connecting the relays, DALI and mains cables to the plug-in terminals: 10-12 mm.
10 - 12 mm
Relays
Depending on the connection, the relays function as break contact, make contact or
make/break contact:
Relays
Connection to K1, K2, K3, K4
Break contact
Make contact
Make/break contact
Number of pushbuttons and sensor couplers
If a 64 EVG is connected to a DALI circuit, the maximum drive current available in this
DALI circuit is 70 mA.
Specific power consumption of the couplers:
• DALI Professional sensor coupler: 5 mA
• DALI Professional pushbutton coupler: 6 mA
à Connection examples of a DALI circuit:
• 14 Sensor couplers
• 10 Pushbutton couplers and 2 Sensor couplers
If more couplers are required, the number of EVG in the DALI can be reduced. A maximum of 64 DALI coupler addresses are available for each DALI circuit. OSRAM DALI
couplers can also be deployed across all circuits.
Pushbutton
Standard commercial pushbuttons can be connected to the pushbutton couplers or
– via an e:bus DALI gateway – capacitive glass touch control elements and touchscreens as well. See separate operating instructions.
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Connection diagram
L1
L2
L3
N
PE
F2
F1
F3
DALI PROFESSIONAL
CONTROLLER-4
K1
K2
K3
K4
A
DA
+
-
B
DA
+
-
C
DA
+
-
D
DA
+
-
NC PE N L
Analog wiring
of the B, C and D circuits
220
-240 V
DA
DA
220
-240 V
DA
DA
DA
DA
DA
DA
DA
DA
C
D
DALI ECG
A1
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
DALI ECG
A2
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Sensor
4
DALI Professional
Sensor coupler
Light and
motion sensor
DALI Professional
Pushbutton coupler
A
B
220
-240 V
DA
DA
220
-240 V
DA
DA
C
D
DALI Professional
Pushbutton coupler
A
B
DA
DA
220
-240 V
DA
DA
DA
DA
DA
DA
220
-240 V
DA
DA
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DALI ECG
A3
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
DALI ECG
A62
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
DALI ECG
A63
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
4
Sensor
DALI Professional
Sensor coupler
Light and
motion sensor
DALI ECG
A64
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
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System overview
USB
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
64
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
64
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
64
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
64
Pushbutton
coupler
Sensor
coupler
Light and
motion sensor
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Operation
Operation
Basic state
After initial connection to mains voltage, the control unit is in its basic state:
• Energised with mains voltage..
à LED „POWER“ blinks for approx. 10 seconds and then lights up continuously.
• DALI power supply is active..
à LEDs „DALIPORT“ lights up continuously.
• Relays de-energised..
à LEDs „RELAY“ have been switched off.
• Plug & Play mode available if the control unit has not yet been configured by PC..
à LED „PLUG & PLAY“ lights up continuously.
Construction Site mode
In the Construction Site mode the DALI circuits and relays can be energised individually by means of the „SELECT“ and „ON/OFF/DIM“ pushbuttons, and the DALI circuits
can also be dimmed.
Prerequisite: mains voltage present.
Procedure (example)
Pushbutton Pushbutton:
SELECT
ON/OFF/DIM
State/change
Basic state: All four "DALIPORT" LEDs light up.
1. Long press
1. Press
A DALI broadcast RESET is transmitted. All connected
EVGs and couplers are reset to their factory settings.
The entire system is in a defined state.
Only the "DALIPORT A" LEDs light up. .
Only the EVGs connected to DALI circuit A can be
operated with ON/OFF/DIM.
1. Short press
All EVGs connected to DALI circuit A are switched on to
their maximum value.
2. Short press
All EVGs connected to DALI circuit A are switched off.
1. Long press
All EVGs connected to DALI circuit A are dimmed.
2. Long press
Reversing the dimming direction. .
Each repeated long press of the button causes a toggle
between increased brightness and decreased brightness.
2. Press
Only the "DALIPORT B" LEDs light up. .
Only the EVGs connected to DALI circuit B can be
operated with ON/OFF/DIM.
Analog .
DALI circuit A
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Pushbutton Pushbutton:
SELECT
ON/OFF/DIM
State/change
3. Press
Only the "DALIPORT C" LEDs light up. .
Only the EVGs connected to DALI circuit C can be
operated with ON/OFF/DIM.
Analog .
DALI circuit A
4. Press
Only the "DALIPORT D" LEDs light up. .
Only the EVGs connected to DALI circuit D can be
operated with ON/OFF/DIM.
Analog .
DALI circuit A
5. Press
"RELAY K1" LED blinks rapidly. Relay K1 has been
selected and is operable.
1. Short press
Relay K1 is audibly energised and the LED blinks
slower.
6. Press
"RELAY K1" lights up. Relay K1 is energised..
"RELAY K2" LED blinks rapidly. Relay K2 has been
selected and is operable.
7. Press
"RELAY K1" lights up. Relay K1 is energised..
"RELAY K2" LED is off. Relay K2 is still de-energised. .
"RELAY K3" LED blinks rapidly. Relay K3 has been
selected and is operable.
8. Press
"RELAY K1" lights up. Relay K1 is energised. .
"RELAY K2" and "RELAY K3" LEDs are off. K2 and K3
relays are still de-energised .
"RELAY K4" LED blinks rapidly. Relay K4 has been
selected and is operable.
9. Press
1. Short press
Relay K4 is audibly energised and the LED blinks
slower.
2. Short press
Relay K4 is audibly energised and the LED blinks
rapidly again.
All four "DALIPORT" LEDs light up..
The "RELAY K1" LED lights up because relay K1 is the
only one in the switching state "energised".
If no operations are performed for approx. 30 seconds, the control unit returns to its
basic state. Switching or dimming states are retained, however, and – in the case of
the relays – are also displayed by the LEDs.
Note:.
If the control unit has been configured by means of PC, the changed switching or
dimming states are retained for approx. 30 seconds. Afterward, the state prior to
manual operation is restored again (the activity is comparable with the restoring of
voltage after a power failure).
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Operation
Plug & Play mode
Simple light controls with motion detection can be set up in the Plug & Play mode by
connecting DALI Professional pushbutton couplers and DALI Professional sensors.
The Plug & Play mode is only available if the control unit has not yet been configured
by means of PC and the „PLUG & PLAY“ LED is lit up.
Note:
- Pushbutton and sensor switching operations only affect the DALI circuit to which
the respective pushbutton coupler or sensor coupler is connected.
- Light sensors do not have a function.
Symbols
Switch on
Luminaires on
Switch off
Luminaires off
Short press .
(< 0.5 s)
Long press .
(0.5 – 4 s)
Pushbutton on
the luminaire
Principle
Luminaire
OFF
Pushbutton pressed?
no
Motion?
yes
max.
no
yes
Luminaire
ON
Pushbutton pressed?
yes
5 min
no
no
Motion?
yes
Luminaires
manually switched off
before max. 30 s?
no
Luminaire
ON
max.
yes
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Operation
Systems RESET
With the systems RESET, all connected devices can be reset to the factory default
settings:
Press the „ON/OFF/DIM“ pushbutton for 10 s to carry the systems RESET.
Operation
• Switch luminaires: via short press.
2x
A
max
...
B
A
max
• Dimming luminaires: via long press. Each repeated long press of the button causes
a toggle between increased brightness and decreased brightness.
...
B
Further operating functions
Further operating functions can be configured with the DALI Professional software
(see the separate software operating instructions):
• Assignment of the pushbutton functions, classified by short press, long press and
„double press“.
• Free assignment of the pushbuttons and sensors to EVG groups (also across all
DALI circuits).
• Setting up scheduled activity procedures.
Offline mode (power supply via the USB interface)
The control unit can be operated in the Offline mode for special applications, such as
for a firmware update or the reading out of serial and version numbers, for example:
• The control unit is not supplied with mains voltage, but instead via the USB interface.
• DALI circuits are not supplied with voltage.
• The „SELECT“ and „ON/OFF/DIM“ pushbutton do not have a function.
Step
1
Task
Disconnect power supply.
à "POWER" LED is switched off.
à "DALIPORT" LEDs are switched off.
2
The control unit is connected with the PC via the USB interface..
à "OFFLINE" LED lights up continuously.
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Operation
Behaviour after a power failure
In the Construction Site or Plug & Play mode
After voltage is restored to the control unit again with the pushbuttons, the state that
existed before the power failure is restored:
• Relay states are retained.
• EVGs call up the state that existed prior to power failure („last level“).
If the EVGs are still supplied with voltage from another power supply line, these call up
– consequent to the lacking DALI communication – until voltage restoration reaches
the system failure level of 100% that is set at the factory.
With previous configuration by means of the DALI Professional software
After voltage is restored to the control unit again, the state that existed before the
power failure is restored by means of the DALI Professional software.
Activity procedures taking place at the time of the power failure are not recontinued or
restarted after voltage is restored.
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Appendix
Appendix
Technical data
Operating voltage
100-240 V AC/ 50-60 Hz (DC operation permissible)
Max. power consumption
under full DALI load
25 W
Working temperature
0 °C … +40 °C
Protection type
IP 20
Protection class
I
Leads diameter
0.5 ... 2.5 mm² (fixed).
0.5 ... 1.5 mm² (flexible)
DALI power supply
4x 200 mA (basically insulated)
Max. number of DALI EVGs
(addressed)
4 x 64
Weight
400 g
Dimensions (L x W x H)
160 x 91 x 62 mm (9 HP)
Applicable standards
DALI standard
IEC 62386
Safety
EN 60950
EMC emission
EN 55022
EMC resistance
IEC/EN 61000
Conformity with the relevant EU directives is confirmed by the CE symbol.
Notes
Address
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Circuit
Name
Type
Comments
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Address
Circuit
Name
Type
Comments
Address
Circuit
Name
Type
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DALI-PRO-Cont-4_ba1003en_we1.01.indd
OSRAM GmbH
Kunden Service Center.
Customer-Service-Center (CSC)
Steinerne Furt 62.
86167 Augsburg.
Germany
Tel.: +49 (0) 1803 677 - 200 .
(kostenpflichtig / charges apply).
Fax.: +49 (0) 1803 677 - 202
www.osram.com
www.osram.de
40083214789488
4008321478948
ZNN 2603769 000 00 B
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