Operating instructions DALI MULTIeco

Operating instructions DALI MULTIeco
Description
Purpose and application
The DALI MULTIeco control unit controls the lighting at the
workplace and in offices according to the level of daylight and
the presence of persons to increase comfort and save energy.
DALI MULTIeco
The control unit can be installed in luminaires (e.g. floor standing luminaires) or in suspended ceilings.
Function
The control unit can be operated in two different operating
modes, see also “Setting the operating mode”:
Brightness control
The sensors measure the brightness in the area to be regulated
and keep this to an adjustable set value by introducing artificial
light according to the amount of daylight available.
The sensors also detect the presence of people.
When the level of daylight is sufficient or people are no longer
present, the connected luminaires switch off after an adjustable
delay period.
START
Control Unit
Operating instructions
Motion?
10 s – 60 min
no
Luminaire
OFF
yes
Artificial light required?
no
yes
Luminaire manually
switched off
30 s ago?
no
Luminaire
ON
yes
Brightness control, presence detection and automatic switch-on
can be activated and deactivated using various modes.
Brightness reduction
If persons are present, the luminaires are dimmed to an adjustable brightness value.
If no persons are present, the brightness drops to a fixed standby value of 50%, 30% or 10% after an adjustable delay time.
Automatic switch-on and automatic switch-off during periods
of prolonged absence can be activated and deactivated using
various modes.
Design
The control unit is made up of the following components:
A
G
F
E
D
L
N
DALI MULTIeco
• Adjusting screw for switch-off delay time (A)
Sensor
B
L’
DA+
DA -
C
• Sensor connection (B)
• DIP switch (C)
• Pushbutton connection (D)
• Control line connection (E)
• Load contact (F), see “Setting the switch-off delay time”
• Power supply connection (G)
Operation
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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
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Symbols
Pushbutton on the
luminaire
Luminaire on
Switch on
Luminaire off
Switch off
Luminaire
flashes
Short press
(< 0.5 s)
Brightness
with automat.
control
Long press
(> 0.5 s)
Confirmation
of the setting
Double-click
Manual
dimming
Presence detection
(detection of small
movements)
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DIP
Operation (cont.)
XT1
X
X*
X*
X
X
–
X*
X*
–
X
–
–
X
min
–
min
“Brightness control” operating mode
DIP
ON
DIP switch 1 = ON
DIP switch 2 = ON
1 2 3 4 5
The following functions are switched on and off using DIP
switches 3, 4 and 5, see Table T1:
Presence detection
Brightness control
–
X*
min
The device is delivered with both functions switched on.
*Does not switch on via sensor. Manual switch-on required.
2
+ 15
X
–s
–
–**
1
Via DIP switch 1 and 2.
+ 15 s
X*
–
1
ON
Adjusting the operating mode
1 2 3 4 5
**Automatic switch-off after expiry of the switch-off delay time
(motion independent).
X*
–
2
+ 15 s
–
–
1
2
–**
1
min
+ 15
–s
2
T2+ 15 s
“Brightness reduction” operating mode
max
2x
:
DIP
1
2
X
1
> 30 s
X*
X
1
X*
max
+ 15 s
2x
> 30 s
ON
X
X
X
–
2
2x
2
3
2x
1
< 30 s
2
X*
–
–
X**
–
–
–
X**
min
12x
Automatic switch-off of 2the luminaires after expiry of
twice the switch-off delay time
+ 15 s
Manuallymaxswitching luminaire on and off
Via short press.
1
Note:
In the “Brightness reduction” 2operating mode, manual
switch-off of the luminaires is not possible.
...
A
> 30 s
Changing the brightness manually
3
...
B
2
:
*Does not switch on via sensor. Manual switch-on required.
**Motion independent
max
1
2
Presence detection
3
2
Standby: 10%
The following functions are switched on and off using DIP
switches 3, 4 and+ 5,
15 see
s Table T2:
–
3
B
1
+ 15 s
DIP switch 1 = OFF
DIP
switch 2 = OFF
1
A
2
Standby: 30%
min
max
1
DIP switch 1 = OFF
DIP switch 2 = ON
1 2 3 4 5
2
X
–
< 30 s
DIP
X
–
1
1
ON
Standby: 50%
1 2 3 4 5
2
:
DIP switch 1 = ON
DIP switch 2 = OFF
Note: Function is locked if necessary, see “Locking and relea1
2
sing pushbutton functions”.
3
Via long press.
Each repeated long key button press causes a toggle between
increased brightness and decreased brightness.
1
2
The brightness control is deactivated until the next time the
luminaire is switched on.
3
Adjusting the set value/brightness value
Note: Function is locked if necessary, see “Locking and releasing pushbutton functions”.
2x
1
< 30 s
2
In the “Brightness control” operating mode the setting corresponds to the set value for the automatic brightness control (tip:
make the setting when there is little daylight).
3
In the “Brightness reduction” operating mode, the setting corresponds to the fixed brightness value to which it is dimmed when
movement is detected.
Set the desired brightness.
‚Double-click.
ƒConfirmation: Luminaire flashes.
A
max
1
2
3
...
B
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1
2
3
...
B
Deactivating presence detection via
pushbutton
Operation (cont.)
1
2
Note: Function is locked if necessary, see “Locking and releasing pushbutton functions”.
3
When presence detection is active, the green LED on the
sensor lights up briefly each time motion is detected.
Deactivate presence detection:
min
min
Switch on if necessary.
‚Double-click.
ƒConfirmation: Luminaire switches off. Green LED on the
+ 15 s
+ 15 s
1
2
1
2
min
min
sensor lights continuously.
The presence detection is activated again the next time the
luminaire is switched on by pushbutton if presence detection is
switched on and active through selection of the corresponding
operating mode.
+ 15 s
Locking and releasing pushbutton functions
+ 15 s
2
Lock preset reference and deactivation of the presence
detection
1
2
Set the minimum brightness and press the pushbutton for
1
2
1
min
max
max
1
min
+ 15 s
+ 15 s
Locking the reset reference and manual brightness change
+ 15 s
Set the maximum brightness and press the pushbutton for
+ 15 s
2
1
2
1
another 15 seconds.
2
1
1
another 15 seconds.
‚Confirmation: Luminaire flashes.
‚Confirmation: Luminaire flashes.
> 30 s
Re-releasing all pushbutton functions
> 30 s
Press the pushbutton for 30 seconds.
max
‚Confirmation: Luminaire flashes.
2
+ 15 s
2
1
2
Adjusting the switch-off delay time
Note: When the presence detection is activated, each time a
movement is detected, the countdown of the time restarts.
> 30 s
Turn the adjusting screw to the required setting:
5 15 30
2x
1
1
< 30 s
< 30 s
2
2
3
2x
1
10 s
3
• To the left: shorter (min. 10 s)
• To the right: longer (max. 60 min)
60
min
1
time
2
Note: When presence detection is active, the load contact L’ is
only opened when the switch-off delay time has expired. This
means the control unit can be used at the same time as presence-dependent control of the room ventilation, for example.
A
max
1
2
1
1
2
< 30 s
3
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
A
Behaviour after a power failure
max
3
2x
B
...
B
...
After a power failure, the luminaire remains switched off until
the next time presence is detected or a pushbutton is operated.
If the “Automatic switch-off” function is switched on in the
“Brightness reduction” operating mode, the luminaire switches
on with the standby value after a power failure.
A
max
1
2
3
B
1
2
...
3
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Troubleshooting
Operation (cont.)
If you cannot remedy the fault, please contact the Customer
Service department of the luminaire manufacturer.
Luminaire does not function
No mains voltage available.
à Check whether the green LED is lit. Use a voltage tester to
test if mains voltage is present.
Illuminant is faulty.
à Replace illuminant.
The luminaire was switched off via the pushbutton.
à Switch on luminaire.
The sensor is exposed to excessive amounts of ambient light.
à Cover the sensor and observe the behaviour of the luminaire.
A set value for the brightness cannot be specified
Preset reference is locked.
à Unlock the set value specification.
Brightness control is switched off in the selected operating
mode.
à Select a suitable operating mode.
Brightness is not adjusted to the selected set value
Pushbutton was not pressed within 30 seconds after setting the
set value (presence detection is activated)
à Double-click within 30 seconds after carrying out manual
dimming.
Brightness control was not started until 5 seconds after the set
value was adjusted.
à Wait until the delay time expires.
Brightness control was deactivated by a manual operation.
à Switch luminaire off and on again.
Brightness control is switched off in the selected operating
mode.
à Select a suitable operating mode.
Presence detection is not functional
The luminaire was switched off by pushbutton less than 30
seconds ago.
à Wait until the delay time expires.
The workplace is not fully within the detection area of the
sensor.
à Move your hand in front of one of the sensors. If the LED in
the sensor does not flash, realign the sensor to the workplace.
Presence detection is deactivated
à Activate presence detection by briefly pressing the pushbutton.
Presence detection is switched off in the selected operating
mode.
à Select a suitable operating mode.
No artificial light is necessary.
à See “Function”.
Presence detection cannot be deactivated
Brightness was manually changed within the last 30 seconds.
à Wait until the delay time expires.
Presence detection is switched off in the selected operating
mode.
à Select a suitable operating mode.
Luminaire does not react as expected to the press of a
button
Pushbutton was pressed too long or too short.
à See “Manually changing brightness”.
Manual brightness change is locked.
à See “Locking and releasing pushbutton functions”.
Appendix
Accessories
Designation/Description
The CE requirements to EN 60928 are fulfilled. The EMC requirements to EN 61547 are fulfilled.
Conformity with the relevant EU directives is
confirmed by the CE symbol.
LS/PD MULTI 3
Light and motion sensor
LS/PD MULTI 3 B
Light and motion sensor, movable
LS/PD MULTI 3 FL
Light and motion sensor, flat
LS/PD MULTI3 CI
Light and motion sensor for ceiling
installation
Y-CONNECTOR
Branching element for the connection of
additional sensors
Y-CONNECTOR Screw
Branching element with screw terminal
for connection of additional sensors and
for connection of MULTIeco systems
with central presence detection
ECO CI KIT
Cable strain relief for the independent
installation of the MULTIeco control unit
(e.g. ceiling installation)
SENSOR KIT
Adapter for the surface mounting of the
LS/PD CI sensor
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Product number
4050300802138
4050300803081
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4008321916648
4050300803135
4008321916686
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4008321916662
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