Detailed operating instructions

Detailed operating instructions
Light Control Box series
CU-ELC Box TW Dali
for
Ceiling lights with tunable white
Colour temperature 2700 to 6500 K
Detailed operating instructions
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BA01249801
03/04/2017
Second edition
© ESYLUX GmbH
An der Strusbek 40, 22926 Ahrensburg, Germany
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Copying is only permitted with the written consent of
ESYLUX GmbH. This includes translation into other
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Table of contents
Table of contents
1 Information about the document................................................................................ 6
1.1Introduction......................................................................................... 6
1.2 Highlighted information within the text................................................... 6
1.3 Manufacturer address............................................................................ 7
1.4 Product identification............................................................................ 7
1.5 Structure of these instructions................................................................ 7
1.6Warnings.............................................................................................. 8
2 Basic safety information........................................................................................... 9
2.1 Intended use........................................................................................ 9
2.2 Liability and damages............................................................................ 9
2.3 Safety instructions................................................................................ 9
3 Product description................................................................................................ 10
3.1Equipment......................................................................................... 10
3.2Functions........................................................................................... 10
3.3 Dimensions diagrams.......................................................................... 12
3.3.1Dimensions............................................................................. 12
3.3.2 Drill hole spacing..................................................................... 12
3.4 Type plate.......................................................................................... 13
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4 Installation and connection..................................................................................... 14
4.1Installation......................................................................................... 14
4.2 Connecting the Light Control Box.......................................................... 14
4.3 Connecting devices to the Light Control Box.......................................... 16
4.3.1 Overview: Connectable devices.................................................. 16
4.3.2Connections............................................................................. 17
4.3.3 Connecting the presence detector.............................................. 17
4.3.4 Connecting CELINE/NOVA lights................................................ 18
4.3.5 Connecting DALI switch devices................................................ 19
4.3.6 Connecting DALI buttons.......................................................... 21
4.3.7 Connecting to KNX bus............................................................. 22
4.3.8 Connecting Light Control Boxes in parallel.................................. 23
4.3.9 Connecting an external DALI power supply................................. 27
4.4 Warm-up phase................................................................................... 28
4.5 Factory settings.................................................................................. 28
4.6 Initial steps........................................................................................ 29
5 Overview of operating modes.................................................................................. 29
5.1 Sequence of the operating modes......................................................... 29
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5.2 Manually triggered operating modes...................................................... 31
5.3 Operating modes and detected movements............................................ 33
6 Setting via remote control....................................................................................... 34
6.1 Selecting X-Light Control TW remote control.......................................... 35
6.2 X-Light Control TW menu layout........................................................... 36
7 The <Functions> remote control menu.................................................................... 39
7.1 Channels 1 and 2................................................................................ 39
7.1.1On/Off..................................................................................... 39
7.1.2 Start/stop dimming................................................................... 40
7.1.3 Luminous efficiency................................................................. 40
7.1.4 CCT value................................................................................ 41
7.1.5 CCT dim start/stop................................................................... 41
7.2 All channels....................................................................................... 42
7.3 Call scene.......................................................................................... 42
7.4 Store scene........................................................................................ 43
7.5 DALI switch........................................................................................ 44
7.5.1 DS1/DS2 on............................................................................ 44
7.5.2 DS1/DS2 off............................................................................ 44
7.6Reset................................................................................................. 45
7.7 Test start/stop..................................................................................... 45
7.8 KNX Prog. On/Off................................................................................ 46
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8 The remote control menu <Programming> .............................................................. 46
8.1 Activate/deactivate programming mode................................................. 46
8.2Calibration......................................................................................... 47
8.3 All channels....................................................................................... 49
8.3.1 Store brightness....................................................................... 49
8.3.2 Light set value......................................................................... 50
8.3.3 Off delay time.......................................................................... 51
8.3.4 Off warning.............................................................................. 52
8.3.5 Orientation light....................................................................... 53
8.3.6 Orient. time mode.................................................................... 53
8.3.7 Orient. light in min................................................................... 55
8.3.8 Orient. light from h/"Orient. light to h......................................... 55
8.3.9 Fully automatic........................................................................ 57
8.3.10Semi-automatic....................................................................... 57
8.4SymbiLogic™..................................................................................... 58
8.5 Channel Map...................................................................................... 59
8.6 DALI map........................................................................................... 60
8.7 DALI switch........................................................................................ 61
8.7.1 DS1/DS2 connected................................................................. 61
8.7.2 DS1/DS2 not connected........................................................... 61
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8.7.3 DS1/DS2 switch-off delay......................................................... 62
8.7.4 DS1/DS2 mode........................................................................ 62
8.8 Scene editor....................................................................................... 63
8.9Calendar............................................................................................ 64
8.10 Factory reset....................................................................................... 66
8.11 Reset editor........................................................................................ 67
8.12Sensitivity.......................................................................................... 67
8.13 Detector LED on/Detector LED off......................................................... 68
8.14 Light value on/Light value off............................................................... 68
8.15 Detector factory reset.......................................................................... 69
8.16 Detector Light Factor........................................................................... 70
9 Operation via Bluetooth App.................................................................................... 71
9.1 Light Control Box with Bluetooth.......................................................... 71
9.2 The ESYLUX LIGHT CONTROL app....................................................... 71
9.2.1 Using the app.......................................................................... 72
9.2.2 Differences between the Android and iOS app............................. 72
9.3 Setting up a Bluetooth connection........................................................ 73
10 The app main menu................................................................................................ 75
11 The app menu <Manual>........................................................................................ 76
11.1 Switching channels on and off.............................................................. 76
11.2 Changing the brightness and colour temperature.................................... 78
11.3 Back to normal operation mode............................................................ 79
11.4 Switching the switching channels on and off.......................................... 79
12 The app menu <Profiles>........................................................................................ 80
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13 The app menu <Settings>....................................................................................... 82
13.1 The General submenu.......................................................................... 83
13.1.1Setting the date and time......................................................... 83
13.1.2Adjusting the radio range.......................................................... 84
13.1.3Adjusting automatic mode........................................................ 85
13.1.4Setting the switch-off delay time............................................... 86
13.1.5Setting the off warning............................................................. 87
13.1.6Changing orientation light brightness......................................... 88
13.1.7Setting orientation light afterglow.............................................. 88
13.1.8Resetting the Light Control Box to factory settings....................... 90
13.2 Light management submenu................................................................ 90
13.2.1Constant light management, light target value and light measurement.. 91
13.2.2Configuring via light sensors...................................................... 91
13.2.3Manual settings....................................................................... 94
13.3 Switching channels submenu............................................................... 97
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13.3.1Switching channel - Active ....................................................... 97
13.3.2Switching channel - Operating mode ......................................... 98
13.3.3Switching channel - Delay time ................................................ 98
13.4 SymbiLogic submenu.......................................................................... 99
13.5 DALI mapping submenu.................................................................... 100
14 Settings via the 230 V button ............................................................................... 101
14.1 Button S1 ....................................................................................... 101
14.1.1Switching the lighting on/off................................................... 101
14.1.2Dim lighting.......................................................................... 101
14.2 Button S2........................................................................................ 102
14.2.1Accessing scenes................................................................... 102
14.2.2Dimming the correlated color temperature................................ 102
15 Settings via DALI button........................................................................................ 103
15.1 List of DALI commands..................................................................... 103
16Maintenance........................................................................................................ 105
16.1Cleaning........................................................................................... 105
16.2Troubleshooting................................................................................. 105
17 Technical data..................................................................................................... 107
18Disposal.............................................................................................................. 107
19 EC-declaration of conformity................................................................................. 107
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20 ESYLUX MANUFACTURER’S GUARANTEE................................................................ 108
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Information about the document
1
Information about the document
1.1 Introduction
These operating instructions contain detailed information about device
functions and the processes for commissioning and assembling the specified devices.
This document is also available online at www.esylux.com and can be printed in A4 format.
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Please read the operating instructions carefully and note all safety information and warnings.
1.2 Highlighted information within the text
To make these user instructions easier to read, certain information is highlighted using different formatting. The meaning of this formatting is explained below:
< > indicates remote control menu items
Grey indicates a function
 indicates a call for user action
 is used to highlight results of actions
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indicates important and useful information
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1.3 Manufacturer address
ESYLUX GmbH
An der Strusbek 40
22926 Ahrensburg, Germany
Website: www.esylux.com
Email: [email protected]
1.4 Product identification
These instructions apply to the following products:
Item number
Item designation
EC10430572
CU-ELC Box TW Dali
EC10430596
CU-ELC Box TW Dali BT
EC10430589
CU-ELC Box TW Dali KNX
The item designation contains important information about the product:
Item designation
information
Meaning
CU-ELC Box
Series name of the ESYLUX Light Control
Box
TW
Tunable White: For lights with an adjustable correlated color temperature of 2700–
6500 K
Dali
DALI connection
BT
Can be operated via Bluetooth and app
KNX
KNX connection
1.5 Structure of these instructions
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Chapters 2 to 4 include technical data and all information regarding safe
installation and operation of the ESYLUX Light Control Box (tunable white).
An overview of functions is provided in Chapter 3.2. Chapter 5 explains
the operating modes. Understanding the sequence of the operating modes
makes it easier to configure the device.
DALI presence
detector
required
Each Light Control Box can be operated via remote control and buttons.
Remote control makes it much more convenient to choose the settings and
many settings are only possible via remote control. An ESYLUX DALI presence detector must be connected to the Box to ensure the Light Control Box
can receive remote control signals (see Chapter 4.3.3).
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Remote control
Chapters 6 to 8 cover the remote control menu. The remote control groups
the functions according to whether they directly control the Light Control
Box or are used to configure the Light Control Box:
• Direct control: The corresponding functions are found in the remote
control sub-menu <Functions>.
Direct controls adjust the lights to more unusual situations for which
the basic settings are not ideal. Such adjustments to the programmed
sequence, for example, changing brightness, are temporary. The adjustments are not saved.
• Configuration: Other than a few exceptions, the basic settings that are
sufficient for most situations are made in the remote control menu
<Programs>.
Operation
via app
Remote control required!
The Light Control Box with a Bluetooth radio module provides an additional
and particularly convenient operating option: Users of Bluetooth-capable
devices such as smartphones or tablets can control the Light Control Box
via the free ESYLUX LIGHT CONTROL app. Operation via app is explained
starting from Chapter 9. There is only one situation in which the infrared
remote control must be used with Bluetooth models: If none of the connected lights feature a light sensor, light measurement in the connected DALI
detector must be activated via remote control (see page 94).
1.6 Warnings
Warnings are listed at the start of the relevant chapter if a hazardous situation is likely to occur.
The preceding signal words have the following meanings:
DANGER!
This signal word denotes a hazard involving a high level of risk. Failure to observe the warning will lead to serious or fatal injury.
WARNING!
This signal word denotes a hazard involving a moderate level of risk. Failure to
observe the warning may lead to serious or fatal injury.
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CAUTION!
This signal word denotes a hazard involving a low level of risk. Failure to observe the warning may lead to minor or moderate injury.
CAUTION!
This signal word warns against situations that could lead to instances of property damage if the information is not observed.
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Basic safety information
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Basic safety information
2.1 Intended use
The ESYLUX Light Control Box (tunable white) may only be used for the
following purposes:
• Installation in indoor areas as an operating device for the ESYLUX
CELINE Satellite (tunable white) and NOVA Slave (tunable white)
recessed surface-mounted ceiling lights.
• In its function as an operating device, each Light Control Box can
control a maximum of four lights and supply these lights with power.
• Light Control Boxes are suitable for power supply routing. The maximum total current of the mains terminal is 10 A.
2.2 Liability and damages
The device must not be changed, modified or painted — doing so will void
any warranty claims.
The manufacturer will not accept any liability for instances of personal injury or property damage caused by improper use.
Check the product for damage after unpacking. If the device is damaged in
any way, return it to the relevant place of sale.
2.3 Safety instructions
Specialist personnel!
Electrical devices connected to a 230-V mains supply may only be assembled and commissioned by electrical installation technicians or trained
electricians, taking country-specific regulations into account.
DANGER!
Risk of fatal injury from electric shock!
¾¾ The following five safety rules must always be observed:
1. Disconnect the power supply
2. Secure the power supply from being switched on again
3. Check that the relevant components have been de-energised
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4. Set up the earthing and short-circuiting mechanisms as required
5. Cover or isolate neighbouring live parts
PLEASE NOTE:
Reversing the polarity can cause the DALI devices to malfunction!
¾¾ Note the DALI specifications (IEC 62386).
Use a cable (not supplied) that complies with the DALI specifications
(IEC 62386) for all DALI connections.
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Product description
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Product description
3.1 Equipment
The ESYLUX Light Control Box is designed for indoor use as an operating
device for the ESYLUX CELINE Satellite (tunable white) and ESYLUX NOVA
Slave (tunable white) recessed surface-mounted ceiling lights.
Each Light Control Box has a DALI connector and RJ-45 connectors. The
Light Control Box is also available with the following additional equipment:
• Bluetooth operating interface
• KNX module
Details of the item numbers of the Light Control Box variants can be found
on “1.4 Product identification” on page 7.
Connectable
devices
The RJ-45 interfaces and DALI interfaces can be used to connect the following devices:
• RJ-45: CELINE Satellite lights and NOVA Slave lights. The lights are
powered and controlled by the ESYLUX Light Control Box
• DALI: an additional Light Control Box, DALI presence detectors, DALI
switches
For more information regarding connection options, see page 16.
3.2 Functions
Prerequisite:
DALI detector
To enable the Light Control Box to perform its functions, a DALI presence
detector (not supplied) must be connected to the Light Control Box.
Constant light
control
The Light Control Box controls the connected lighting. Constant lighting
control occurs only if the presence detector detects the presence of people
or animals and is dependent on the ambient lighting.
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DALI
With the DALI system (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface), the Light
Control Box receives the control telegrams via the electronic ballasts, and
simultaneously controls all lights connected in the DALI group.
The table below provides a list of the Light Control Box functions. This overview is intended to serve as a decision-making aid for electrical installation
technicians and users when configuring the settings at a later point.
Most settings can be only be adjusted via remote control or app.
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Overview of
functions
Function
Benefit
Dimming
Adjusts the illumination level.
Set colour temperature
Sets the connected lights to a warmer or colder
light.
Consistent lighting conditions by automatically
adjusting the illumination level to the ambient light
levels when people are detected.
Automatic control of the colour temperature and
brightness throughout the day according to the natural change in light in a selected location.
Constant light
control
SymbiLogic™
Light measurement
The presence detector light sensor or an additional
light sensor measures the ambient light level.
Switch-off delay time Sets the off-delay following the last detected presence.
Off warning
Indicates that the off delay time has elapsed.
Activates or deactivates subtle lighting of rooms and
Orientation light
corridors following expiry of the off delay time.
Orientation light
Sets the duration of the orientation light in hours or
duration
to a specific time.
Fully automatic
Automatic control of the lighting when presence is
mode
detected.
Automatic control of the lighting when presence is
Semi-automatic
detected must be activated manually via an external
mode
button.
Select from four configurable light configurations for
Light scenes
room lighting.
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For detailed function descriptions, refer to the chapters on operation via remote control or app.
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Product description
3.3 Dimensions diagrams
Dimensions
236 mm
255 mm
3.3.1
75 mm
474 mm
3.3.2
Drill hole spacing
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242 mm
116 mm
245 mm
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3.4 Type plate
1.
Standard model
type plate
2.
CU-ELC Box TW Dali
Art.-Nr. EC10430572
PRI: 230VAC 50 Hz
130 W
ta = 40 °C tc = 85 °C
SEC: Constant Current: DC 4 x 700 mA, max. 48 V
DALI
GmbH
An der Strusbek 40
22926 Ahrensburg/Germany
www.esylux.com
AG01246700
.
Only for LED Modules - see instruction manual
3.
1. Designation
2. Item number
3. Technical data
1.
Bluetooth model
type plate
2.
3.
CU-ELC Box TW Dali BT
Art.-Nr. EC10430596
PRI: 230VAC 50 Hz
ID:
130 W
ta = 40 °C tc = 85 °C Pin-Code:
SEC: Constant Current: DC 4 x 700 mA, max. 48 V
DALI
GmbH
An der Strusbek 40
22926 Ahrensburg/Germany
www.esylux.com
AG01246900
.
Only for LED Modules - see instruction manual
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Designation
Item number
ID and PIN code
Technical data
1.
KNX model
type plate
2.
CU-ELC Box TW Dali KNX
Art.-Nr. EC10430589
PRI: 230VAC 50 Hz
130 W
ta = 40 °C tc = 85 °C
SEC: Constant Current: DC 4 x 700 mA, max. 48 V
DALI
GmbH
KNX
An der Strusbek 40
22926 Ahrensburg/Germany
www.esylux.com
AG01246700
.
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Only for LED Modules - see instruction manual
3.
1. Designation
2. Item number
3. Technical data
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Installation and connection
4.1 Installation
The Light Control Box is intended for use in wall or ceiling mounting.
¾¾ Drill four mounting holes (see page page 4 for drill hole spacing).
¾¾ Screw the Light Control Box securely into place.
Ceiling and wall mounting
4.2 Connecting the Light Control Box
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¾¾ Unscrew the cover to access the connection terminals.
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1 2
1. Connection terminal for buttons S1/S2
2. Mains terminal
DANGER!
Risk of fatal injury from electric shock!
¾¾ Switch off the power to the cable.
¾¾ Check that the cable is de-energised.
Connection to the power supply:
¾¾ Connect the Box to the mains terminal and to the earth conductor
terminal as shown in the wiring diagram.
1. Button S1
2. Button S2
3. Phase 230 V AC
4. Neutral conductor
5. Earth conductor
Wiring diagram:
1.
2.
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S1 S1 X X S2 S2
4.
3.
L
L
N N
5.
C0+ C0+ C0- C0-
L
N
PE
Switch actuations are not transmitted to other Light Control Boxes
via DALI. If you want to trigger Light Control Boxes connected via
DALI with a single switch, you must connect the switch in parallel
on the Boxes.
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4.3 Connecting devices to the Light Control Box
4.3.1
Overview: Connectable devices
The Light Control Box is designed to be connected to lights and DALI devices via the following connections:
• RJ-45 sockets for connecting up to four CELINE Satellites or NOVA
slave lights
• DALI connections for connecting presence detectors, DALI switches
and other Light Control Boxes (DALI C0), and DALI devices (DALI
C1/C2)
DS2
DS1
DALI
DALI C1 - C2
max. 2 x 25
DALI C0
S1/S2
RJ-45
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DALI
Overview: Light Control Box connection options
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4.3.2
Connections
1
2
7
3
6
4
5
1. KNX connection (for CU-ELC Box Dali KNX model only)
2. Mains terminal with DALI C0 connections
3. DALI C1-C4 connection socket
4. RJ-45 sockets for connecting specified ESYLUX
lights
5. USB connection, exclusively for service purposes
6. DALI C0 connection sockets
7. “DALI Power” switches for DALI bus voltage supply (see
Chapter “Connecting Light Control Boxes in parallel” page 23.
4.3.3
DALI
presence
detector
Connecting the presence detector
To enable the Light Control Box to control the lighting according to your
preferences, you need to connect a DALI presence detector. The following
ESYLUX DALI ceiling-mounted presence detectors are suitable:
• PD-C 360i/8 CU-C Light (order number EP10427602)
• PD-C 360i/24 CU-C Light (order number EP10427619)
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These presence detectors have a 360° field of detection. The detectors also
measure brightness and receive the infrared signals from the remote control. A DALI cable is included in the delivery of the detector with the right
jack for connecting to the Light Control Box.
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Proceed as follows to connect the presence detector:
¾¾ Use the cable included with the presence detector to connect the
Light Control Box and the presence detector.
C0
C0
SENSOR
ESYLUX
PD-C360i/8 CU-C Light
PD-C360i/24 CU-C Light
4.3.4
Connecting CELINE/NOVA lights
ESYLUX Light Control Box
CU-ELC Box TW Dali
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RJ-45
jack
RJ-45
RJ-45
C2
C1
CW WW CW WW
C2
C1
CW WW CW WW
ESYLUX NOVA Slave / CELINE Satellite
Tunable White
RJ-45
RJ-45
RJ-45
RJ-45
CW WW
CW WW
CW WW
CW WW
You can connect the following ESYLUX lights to the RJ-45 sockets on the
Light Control Box:
• CELINE Satellite tunable white (correlated color temperature of
2700–6500 K).
• NOVA Slave tunable white (correlated color temperature of 2700–
6500 K).
Each tunable white light is powered by the Light Control Box via two connection cables. You must always insert the cable in sockets with the same
label (“ww”/”cw”). Up to four lights may be connected to the eight RJ-45
sockets.
The Light Control Box (tunable white) has two channels (C1, C2) for lighting
control. Two lights can be connected per channel.
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Any up-to-date network cable, type Cat5 or higher, can be used as
the RJ-45 patch cable.
NOTE!
Do not connect cables to incorrect sockets!
Connecting cables to incorrect sockets may lead to incorrect light colours.
Note the maximum cable length!
The RJ-45 connection cable must not exceed 10 metres.
Connection to be used for ESYLUX lights only!
Only the specified ESYLUX lights may be connected to the RJ-45 interfaces. Other equipment such as Internet routers or lights designed to be powered via a LAN cable (power over Ethernet) could be irreparably damaged by
connecting them to the RJ-45 jacks.
4.3.5
Connecting DALI switch devices
DALI switch devices can also be connected to the DALI interfaces C1 and
C2. DALI switch devices can be used to connect non-DALI-compatible
equipment such as fans or screen controllers.
The DALI switch devices are available as accessories. By default, the model
SW DALI Full Automation (item no. EP10427473) is set to fully automatic
with a off delay time of 30 minutes. By default, the model SW DALI Semi
Automation (item no. EP10427480) is set to semi-automatic with a off
delay time of six minutes. You can change these factory settings on both
models via the remote control. For more information about these devices,
see our website www.esylux.com.
A maximum of two DALI groups can be connected to the DALI interfaces C1
and C2. A maximum of 25 DALI devices can be connected in each group,
with the groups being powered via the DALI bus. The parameters are automatically applied to the electronic ballasts via broadcast.
The DALI interfaces are numerically assigned to the lighting channels. For
example, DALI interface C2 corresponds to the lighting channel C2.
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You can change the assignment of the DALI interfaces DALI C1
and C2 to the lighting channels C1 and C2 (RJ-45 connections).
See Chapter “DALI Map” page 60.
NOTE!
Reversing the polarity can cause the DALI electronic ballast to malfunction!
¾¾ Note the DALI specifications (IEC 62386).
Use a cable (not supplied) that complies with the DALI specifications
(IEC 62386) for all DALI connections.
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How to connect the DALI switch:
¾¾ The connection cables belonging to the required DALI channel are
labelled on the terminal provided to help you identify them:
C2
C2
C1
C1
RJ-45
DALI
C2 C2 C1 C1
¾¾ Use the cables to connect the DALI connections of the device to the
push terminal:
¾¾ Insert the terminal into the DALI C1/C2 pin connector:
DALI
1
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4.3.6
External DALI
button
Connecting DALI buttons
An external DALI button can be connected to the DALI interface C0. The
DALI button is an external module that sends standard 16-bit commands
(IEC 62386-102:2009). You can, for example, dim the illumination level
or select light scenes via the external DALI button. Chapter 15.1 contains a
list of the possible DALI commands.
There are two connection options:
1. You can use one of the C0 sockets. Suitable jacks are available from
ESYLUX as an accessory.
C0
C0
SENSOR
2. You can use the C0 connections on the mains terminal:
1
1: Mains terminal with DALI C0 connections.
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Position of the C0 connections on the terminal:
1.
S1 S1 X X S2 S2
L
L
N N
2.
C0+ C0+ C0- C0-
1. DALI C0 +
2. DALI C0 -
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4.3.7
Connecting to KNX bus
The CU-ELC Box Dali KNX has a KNX module and can be connected with a
KNX bus.
KNX
NOTE!
Reversing the polarity of the connections will lead to a loss of functionality in
one or more participants.
¾¾ Note the labels on the terminals.
The protection against reverse polarity integrated in the EIB devices will
prevent damage.
Proceed as follows to connect the Light Control Box to the KNX bus:
¾¾ Use a pin connector to connect the KNX bus cable to the KNX connection on the Light Control Box, so that the polarity is correct.
Wiring diagram:
+
KNX
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4.3.8
Maximum 10
DALI power
sources
Connecting Light Control Boxes in parallel
You can connect up to ten Light Control Boxes. First it is imperative that
you adjust the settings of the Light Control Boxes for the correct DALI bus
voltage supply.
The bus voltage can be supplied in two ways:
• via the Light Control Boxes
• via an external DALI power supply
The following section explains which settings to use if you want to power
the DALI bus using the Light Control Boxes.
Chapter 4.3.8.2 explains which settings to use if you want to power the
DALI bus using an external DALI power supply.
Maximum of 5
"DALI Power"
switches "ON"!
4.3.8.1 DALI bus voltage supply via the Light Control Boxes
All Light Control Boxes default to powering the DALI bus with the necessary
operating voltage. If several Boxes are connected to each other, only a maximum of five Boxes may have an active DALI power supply.
For example, if 10 Light Control Boxes are connected, the DALI power supply must be deactivated for Boxes 6 to 10.
max. 5 x ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
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ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
max. 10
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
The “DALI Power” switch may only be “ON” for a maximum of five devices.
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NOTE!
Connecting more than five Light Control Boxes with an active DALI bus voltage
supply can damage the device!
¾¾ Deactivate all the other Boxes you wish to connect to the five Boxes
before activating the DALI bus power supply!
How to deactivate the DALI bus power supply from a Light Control Box:
DALI POWER
”DALI Power” switch
¾¾ Unscrew the cover to access the “DALI Power” switch.
¾¾ Slide the switch to the “OFF” position.
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4.3.8.2 DALI bus voltage supply via an external power supply
All "DALI Power" switches
"OFF"!
If you are using an external DALI power supply, the bus voltage supply must
be deactivated for all Light Control Boxes.
DALI POWER
OFF
OFF
OFF
DALI
ON
DALI
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
max. 10
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
External DALI power supply: All “DALI Power” switches must be “OFF”.
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NOTE!
Connecting the external DALI power supply and Light Control Box with an active
DALI bus voltage supply can damage the device!
¾¾ Ensure that the DALI bus voltage supply is deactivated for all Boxes
you wish to connect to the power supply.
See how to connect an external power supply on page page 27.
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4.3.8.3 Connecting Light Control Boxes
Before connecting, ensure that the DALI bus voltage supply settings are
correct.
• Power supply via the Light Control Boxes: For up to five Boxes the
“DALI Power” switch should be ON (see Chapter 4.3.8.1 on page
23).
• Voltage supply via an external power supply: For all Light Control Boxes the “DALI Power” switch should be OFF (see page page 24.
How to connect the Light Control Boxes:
¾¾ Insert the cable provided with both Light Control Boxes into one of
the sockets labelled “C0”.
C0
C0
SENSOR
C0
C0
SENSOR
Connecting Light Control Boxes in parallel
Choose
detector
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Parallel connection
after installation
If you connect several Light Control Boxes to connected DALI detectors in parallel, you can choose which detector is responsible
for measuring the room lighting. See section 8.13 on page 68 for
more information about this setting.
If you subsequently connect a Light Control Box in parallel to a
preset Light Control Box, the devices save different settings. If
this is the case, reset the preset Box to factory settings and re-enter the settings for the connected Light Control Boxes.
The Box can be restored to factory settings using the universal
remote control (see Chapter 8.10 on page 66) and using the app
(see Chapter 13.1.8 on page 90.
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4.3.9
Connecting an external DALI power supply
The external power supply is connected to a Light Control Box. A parallel
connection makes the voltage supply available to all other Light Control
Boxes.
NOTE!
Switching on the internal bus voltage while using an external DALI power supply
will destroy the Light Control Box!
¾¾ Ensure that the “DALI Power” switch on all Light Control Boxes is
“OFF” (see page page 24)!
¾¾ Always disconnect the external DALI power supply before switching
on the internal DALI bus voltage with the “DALI Power” switch!
How to connect an external DALI power supply:
1
1. Mains terminal with DALI C0 connections
¾¾ Unscrew the cover to access the connection terminals.
¾¾ Connect the power supply to the mains terminal as shown on the
wiring diagram:
L
N N
C0+ C0+ C0- C0-
+
L
-
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4.4 Warm-up phase
The Light Control Box starts the warm-up phase each time the power is
switched on.
Configuring the Light Control Box during the warm-up phase:
• Connected lights are on.
• The red and green LEDs in the presence detector flash alternately five
times.
• After approx. 15 seconds, the Light Control Box is ready for operation
and functions in line with the factory settings or the user-defined
program.
Once the warm-up phase is complete, the LED signals on the
presence detector mean the following: Red LED = remote control
command is being received; green LED = presence detected; blue
LED = Light Control Box is in programming mode.
4.5 Factory settings
The Light Control Boxes are configured with factory settings. These defaults
can be changed according to preference. ESYLUX recommends noting down
the changed settings in the right-hand column of the table.
Settings
Operating mode
Brightness target value
Off delay time
Orientation light
Duration of orientation light
Off warning channel 1–2
Colour temperature
SymbiLogic™
DALI channel 1 map
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DALI channel 2 map
DALI switch DS1
Off delay time DS1
DALI switch DS2
Off delay time DS2
Default
fully automatic
500 lux
5 minutes
Brightness 10%
0 minutes
60 seconds
4000 kelvin
off
Master channel 1
(C1)
Slave channel 2
(C2)
Active, mode: fully
automatic
30 minutes
Active, mode:
Semi-automatic
30 minutes
Individual setting
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4.6 Initial steps
Lights without
light sensor
Lights with
light sensor
The easiest way to configure your lighting system is to make the following
settings first:
• Date and time: The date and time must be set correctly before functions such as the time-controlled orientation light and SymbiLogic™
will work. The time setting should be checked once a year. The settings can be entered via the remote control (see Chapter 8.9) and via
the app (see Chapter 13.1.1).
• Activating light measurement: If you connect lights without an additional light sensor to the Light Control Box, you must activate light
measurement using the DALI detector. This is the only way constant
lighting control can function correctly.
Light measurement can only be activated using the universal remote
control (see Chapter 8.14).
If a number of DALI detectors are connected in parallel, light measurement can only be activated on one detector.
• Activating light sensors: To connect lights to the Light Control Box with
an additional light sensor, you must activate the sensors. This is done
by calibrating the sensors
via the remote control (see Chapter 8.2) and via the app (see Chapter
13.2.2).
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Overview of operating modes
The Light Control Box can control the energy-saving properties of the room
lighting by taking into account the presence of people and the brightness of
the ambient light. The following information is helpful to speed up access
to the desired settings:
• The automatic sequence of the operating modes if the Light Control
Box does not detect any presence.
• Operating modes that are triggered manually.
• The effect of detected presence on the individual operating modes.
Changes in the ambient light can cause the lighting to switch on or off
automatically depending on the settings. However, changes in the ambient
light do not cause the current operating mode to change.
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5.1 Sequence of the operating modes
If the Light Control Box is switched on and no further presence is detected,
it runs through the following operating modes in sequence:
Sequence
of operating
modes
Normal operation mode - Switch-off warning mode - Orientation light mode
- Energy-saving mode.
Operating modes such as switch-off warning mode and orientation light
mode may run unnoticed if their duration is set to 0 seconds.
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Normal operation mode
Action in
normal operation mode
• Illuminates in accordance with the program/factory settings when presence is
detected.
Note: Deactivation of the lighting may form
part of normal operation mode if the Light
Control Box has been programmed to a
target light value that is exceeded by the
ambient daylight.
Trigger for normal
operation mode
• When fully automatic is activated:
- Presence is detected.
- Manual activation via the button or
remote control.
• When semi-automatic is activated:
Manual activation via the button or remote
control.
Trigger for normal
operation mode
Duration
Subsequent operating
mode
• Regardless of semi-automatic or fully automatic system: Normal operation mode
can also be triggered by motion detection
during the off warning time (see below) if
override mode (see below) was previously
active.
• For such time that motion is detected,
plus the off delay time.
The off delay time can be set to a value of
between one minute and 240 minutes.
• Off warning mode.
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Switch-off warning mode
Action in switch-off
warning mode
• Illuminates in accordance with the settings
for the orientation light.
Trigger for off warning
mode
• Expiry of the off delay time in normal operation or override mode.
• Depending on the settings, 0 to 240 seconds.
Duration
Subsequent operating
mode
• Orientation light mode.
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Orientation light mode
Action in orientation
light mode
Trigger for orientation
light mode
Duration
Subsequent operating
mode
• Illuminates in accordance with the settings
for the orientation light.
• Expiry of the set time for off warning
mode.
• Depending on the settings. 0 to 240 minutes or according to specific time interval.
• Energy-saving mode.
Energy-saving mode
Action in
energy-saving mode
Trigger for energy-saving
mode
• Deactivates the lighting.
• Expiry of the orientation light time.
Duration
• When fully automatic is activated:
Until presence is detected or the ambient
brightness falls below the set value.
• When semi-automatic is activated:
Until normal operation mode is started via
the button or remote control.
Subsequent operating
mode
• Normal operation mode or override mode.
5.2 Manually triggered operating modes
Other than these operating modes that the Light Control Box can automatically switch between, there are other operating modes that are triggered
manually or by certain events:
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Override mode
Action
• Illumination that differs from normal operation mode owing to manual interventions
such as changes to brightness or activation
of light scenes. Manual changes are temporary and are not stored.
Note: Off delay time settings for normal
operation mode also apply to override
mode.
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Trigger for
override mode
Duration
Subsequent operating
mode
• Command via the button, remote control or
app during normal operation.
• Motion detection during the off warning
time if override mode was active before the
off warning.
• For such time that motion is detected,
plus the set off delay time.
• Off warning mode, as after normal operation mode.
Programming mode
Trigger
Action
Subsequent operating
mode
Trigger for subsequent
operating mode
• Remote control button or app command to
start programming mode.
• Saves the settings for lighting conditions,
off delay time times, etc. transmitted by
remote control or app.
• When fully automatic is activated:
Energy-saving mode, transition to normal operation mode following presence detection.
• When semi-automatic is activated:
Energy-saving mode.
• Remote control button for ending programming mode or confirming a setting changed
via app.
• Five minutes of inactivity (programming
mode then ends automatically).
Test mode
Trigger
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Action
Subsequent operating
mode
Trigger for subsequent
operating mode
• Remote control button for starting test
mode.
• All light channels work at 100%, blue
notification LED flashes following detected
movement.
• When fully automatic is activated:
Energy-saving mode, transition to normal
operation mode following presence detection.
• When semi-automatic is activated:
Energy-saving mode.
• Remote control button for ending test
mode.
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Error mode
Action
• All light channels work at 100%.
Trigger
• Defect in the presence detector or DALI
power supply.
• When fully automatic is activated:
Energy-saving mode, transition to normal
operation mode following presence detection.
• When semi-automatic is activated:
Energy-saving mode.
Subsequent operating
mode
Trigger for subsequent
operating mode
• Rectification of the error.
5.3 Operating modes and detected movements
To enable you to configure the Light Control Box according to your preferences, you also need to know what happens if movement is detected during
an operating mode.
Normal operation mode
Effect of detected movement
Subsequent operating
mode
• Any movement detected during the off
delay time causes the off delay time to
re-start, which extends normal operation
mode.
• None, normal operation mode remains
active owing to detected movement.
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Off warning mode
Effect of detected movement
• Ends the off warning mode.
Subsequent operating
mode
• Switch to the previous operating mode,
which is either normal operation mode or
override mode.
Orientation light mode
Effect of detected movement
Subsequent operating
mode
• Ends the orientation light mode.
• Normal operation mode.
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Energy-saving mode
Effect of detected movement
• Depends on the current settings.
Subsequent operating
mode
• When fully automatic is activated:
Normal operation mode.
• When semi-automatic is activated:
Detected movement has no effect; normal
operation mode or override mode must be
started via the button, remote control or
app.
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Universal
remote
control
Setting via remote control
The Light Control Box settings can be input via remote control. If additional
Light Control Boxes are connected to a Light Control Box, all of the Light
Control Boxes assume the settings of the first Light Control Box.
The infrared remote control Mobil-PDi/MDi-universal (ep10433993) makes
it simple for electricians and users to set parameters and special functions.
This remote control is available as an accessory.
4.
1.
2.
5.
6.
3.
1. Key button
2. Navigation buttons
,
,
,
3. Home button
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4. SD button
5. OK button
6. Return button
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In direct sunlight, the standard remote control range of approximately 8 m may be reduced due to the infrared proportion of
sunlight.
The Mobil-PDi/MDi-universal remote control offers functionality for virtually
all ESYLUX remote controls. If ESYLUX makes improvements to the remote
control menus or commands, you can update the universal remote control.
Simply download the latest software version for one of the implemented
remote controls from the ESYLUX website to an SD card. Unscrew the
bottom cover on the rear of the remote control to insert the SD card into the
universal remote control. Select the menu item <System/Software> on the
universal remote control to update the device.
For the settings of the Light Control Boxes with tunable white, select the
X-Light Control TW remote control. Following selection, this remains the
default remote control.
6.1 Selecting X-Light Control TW remote control
1. Switch on the remote control using the
button.
2. On activation, confirm the highlighted menu item <Remote controls>
with the
3. Press the
button.
button to select the remote control <X-Light Control
TW> and confirm the selection with the
button.
99 The X-Light Control TW is now the active remote control.
Temporary settings can be made via the <Functions> menu item.
Permanent settings can be made via the <Programming> menu item. For
the exceptions, see the start of Chapter 7.
Automatic
switch-off
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Fast access
to menus
The remote control automatically switches off if it has been inactive for one minute.
If you change a setting or program multiple times, for example to
try and find the optimum setting, you can set up quick access to
this setting. To do so, activate the function <Save navigation> in
the <System> menu item. The remote control then shows the last
used menu item every time it is switched on.
You can undo this setting by selecting the function <Standard
navigation> in the remote control menu item <System>.
All instructions in this manual assume that the menu item
<Standard navigation> is selected.
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Home button:
Navigation to
the main menu
You can use the
button to return directly to the main menu at any time.
6.2 X-Light Control TW menu layout
The following tables provide an overview of the <Functions> and <Programming> menu items. The tables serve as an initial guide and may help you to
find a required function more quickly.
The remote control does not show the most recently programmed
values. Therefore, ESYLUX recommends noting down the settings
you make. using the template provided on page page 28.
Layout of the <Functions> menu item
Functions
Channel 1
Channel 2
All Channels
Call scene
Store scene
DALI switch
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Functions
Channel 1
Same sub-menu:
Channel 2
On
Off
Dim start
Dim stop
Light value
CCT value
CCT dim start
CCT dim stop
On
Off
Dim start
All Channels
Dim stop
Light value
CCT value
CCT dim start
CCT dim stop
Scene 1
Call scene
Scene 2
Scene 3
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Scene 1
Functions
Store scene
DALI Switch
Reset
Test start
Test stop
KNX Prog. On
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Scene 2
Scene 3
Scene 4
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DS1 on
Dali switch
DS1 off
DS2 on
DS2 off
Reset
Test start
Test stop
KNX Prog. On
KNX Prog. Off
Table 1: “Functions” menu with sub-menus
Layout of the <Programming> menu item
Programming
Calibration
All Channels
SymbiLogic
DALI Map
DALI Switch
Scene editor
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Programming
Calibration
Channel 1
Channel 2
Store brightness
Light set value
Off delay time
Off warning time
Orientation light
All Channels
Orient. light mode
Orient. light in min.
Orient. light from h
Orient. light to h
Full automatic
Semi automatic
SymbiLogic
Channel Map
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C1
C2
DALI 1
DALI 2
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DS1 connected
DS1 not connected
DS1 off delay time
DALI switch
DS1 Mode
DS2 connected
DS2 not connected
DS2 off delay time
DS2 Mode
CH1 %
Programming
CH2 %
CH1 K
Scene editor
CH2 K
DS 1
DS 2
Scene
Years
Months
Calendar
Days
Hours
Minutes
Seconds
Factory reset
Reset editor
Sensitivity
Detector LEDs On
Detector LEDs Off
Light value on
Light value off
Detector Fact. reset
Detector Light Factor
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Exceptions:
Permanent
settings
The <Functions> remote control menu
Settings made in the <Functions> menu item are executed temporarily but
not stored as a new basic setting. When settings are made in this menu, the
Light Control Box is therefore in override mode.
In the <Functions> menu, there are three settings that are not temporary
but are stored permanently:
• Changes of the colour temperature
• Scene changes via the <Store scenes> command
• Activate/deactivate the KNX programming mode
7.1 Channels 1 and 2
The sub-menu items for <Channel 1> and <Channel 2> are identical. For
each lighting channel, the following functions are possible in the sub-menus:
7.1.1
Channel 1
On
Off
Dim start
Dim stop
Light value
CCT Value
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On/Off
The lighting for each channel is temporarily switched on or off using the
<On> and <Off> menu items.
Switching a channel on:
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1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
2. Select the
button to choose the menu item <Channel 1>, for
example, and confirm the selection with the
button.
3. Select the <On> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
99 The lighting is switched on.
Switching a channel off:
1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
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2. Select the
button to choose the menu item <Channel 1>, for
example, and confirm the selection with the
button.
3. Select the <Off> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
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7.1.2
Start/stop dimming
The Start dimming/Stop dimming functions are used to adjust the illumination
level in both directions and stop the dimming process.
Dimming the illumination level:
1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
2. Select the
button to choose the menu item <Channel 1>, for
example, and confirm the selection with the
button.
3. Select the <Dim start> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
99 The lighting is adjusted in a specific direction, e.g. from dark to
bright.
Changing the dimming direction:
1. Press the
button to confirm the <Dim start> menu item again
during the dimming process.
99 The lighting is adjusted in a different direction, e.g. from bright
to dark.
Stopping the dimming process:
1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
2. Press the
button to select the channel to be dimmed and confirm
the selection with the
3. Press the
button.
button to select the <Dim stop> menu item and con-
firm the selection with the
button once the dimming process has
reached the required brightness.
99 The dimming process stops.
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Luminous efficiency
The function Luminous efficiency sets the illumination level to a percentage
of the maximum brightness.
Changing the luminous efficiency:
1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
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2. Select the
button to choose the menu item <Channel 1>, for
example, and confirm the selection with the
button to choose the menu item <Luminous efficien-
3. Select the
cy> and confirm the selection with the
4. Use the
button.
or
button.
buttons to set the required illumination level and
confirm the selection with the
button.
99 The lighting is changed to the set percentage.
7.1.4
CCT value
The abbreviation CCT stands for Correlated Color Temperature. The function
CCT value sets the colour temperature of the lights to a value between 2700
and 6500 kelvin. The setting is made in 100-degree steps.
Setting the colour temperature value:
1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
2. Select the
button to choose the menu item <Channel 1>, for
example, and confirm the selection with the
3. Select the
button to choose the menu item <CCT value> and con-
firm the selection with the
4. Use the
button.
or
button.
buttons to set the required kelvin value and con-
firm the selection with the
button.
99 The colour temperature changes according to your input.
7.1.5
CCT dim start/stop
With the CCT dim start and CCT dim stop functions, you can dim the colour
temperature toward warmer or colder light and stop the dimming process.
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Dimming the colour temperature:
1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
2. Select the
button to choose the menu item <Channel 1>, for
example, and confirm the selection with the
button.
3. Select the <CCT dim start> menu item and confirm the selection with
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the
button.
99 The colour temperature is adjusted in a specific direction, for
example from warmer to colder light.
Change
dimming
direction
Changing the dimming direction:
1. Press the
button to confirm the <CCT dim start> menu item again
during the dimming process.
99 The colour temperature is adjusted in the other direction, for
example from colder to warmer light.
Stopping the dimming process:
1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
2. Press the
button to select the channel to be dimmed and confirm
the selection with the
button.
3. Select the <CCT dim stop> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button once the dimming process has reached the required
colour temperature.
99 The dimming process stops.
7.2 All channels
In the menu item <All channels>, you can set general settings for all lighting channels. The menu sub-items are identical to those for channels 1 to 2
as described in 7.1 on page 39.
7.3 Call scene
Call scene
Scene 1
Scene 2
Scene 3
Scene 4
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The menu item <Call scene> activates one of the four light scenes. You can
configure each scene according to your preferences.
A light scene consists of up to two lighting channels with separate brightness and colour temperature and two DALI switch devices. The DALI switch
devices are connected to a DALI cable to control a non-DALI-compatible
lighting channel. The scenes have default factory settings, as described in
the following table.
You can customise the light scenes for each lighting channel. See
Chapter “Scene editor” page 63 for more information.
Scenes and
SymbiLogic™
SymbiLogic™ is deactivated when a scene is accessed. Accessing
a scene also deactivates the constant lighting control.
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Sc1
Sc2
Sc3
Sc4
CH1 %
10
100
30
70
CH2 %
10
100
30
70
CH1 K
65
50
40
29
CH2 K
65
50
40
29
DS 1
Off
On
Off
On
DS 2
Off
On
Off
On
Table 3 Default scene settings
Calling up a scene:
1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
2. Select the
button to choose the menu item <Call scene> and
confirm the selection with the
button.
99 The sub-menu shows an overview with the four scenes <Scene
1>, <Scene 2>, <Scene 3> and <Scene 4>.
3. Select the
button to choose the menu item <Scene 2>, for exam-
ple, and confirm the selection with the
99 The selected scene is activated.
button.
7.4 Store scene
Store
Scene
Scene
Scene
Scene
scene
1
2
3
4
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You can customise the light scenes for each lighting channel. To do so,
change the luminous efficiency and colour temperature of one or more
channels as described in Chapter “Luminous efficiency” page 40 and in
Chapter “CCT value” page 41. You can store these settings as a scene for
the respective channel. When you save the setting, the previous scene settings for the channel, for example the default factory settings, are deleted.
Saving a light scene:
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1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
2. Select the
button to choose the menu item <Store scene> and
confirm the selection with the
button.
99 The sub-menu shows an overview with the four scenes <Scene
1>, <Scene 2>, <Scene 3> and <Scene 4>.
3. Select a menu item, e.g. <Scene 4> and confirm the selection with
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the
button.
99 The setting is saved as <Scene 4>.
4. Press the Return button once to exit the <Store scene> menu.
7.5 DALI switch
The <DALI switch> menu item allows you to control additional non-DALI-compatible devices. For example, you can use the DALI switch to switch
on non-DALI-compatible blackboard lighting in a classroom. The Light Control Boxes are configured in the factory to enable them to send commands
to connected DALI switches. You can change this setting.
DALI switch devices are available as accessories including SW DALI Full
Automation (item no. EP10427473) and SW DALI Semi Automation (item
no. EP10427480).
7.5.1
The menu items <DS1 on> and <DS2 on> are identical.
DALI Switch
DS1 on
DS1 off
DS2 on
DS2 off
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DS1/DS2 on
How to switch on a lighting channel with DS1 or DS2:
1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
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2. Select the
button to choose the menu item <DALI switch> and
confirm the selection with the
button.
button to choose the menu item <DS 2 on>, for
3. Now select the
example, and confirm the selection with the
button.
99 The DALI switch device switches the lighting on.
The DALI switch can be activated and deactivated for any scene.
7.5.2
DS1/DS2 off
The menu items <DS1 off> and <DS2 off> are identical. You can switch off
any non-DALI-compatible lighting channels individually.
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How to switch off a lighting channel with DS1 or DS2:
1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
2. Select the
button to choose the menu item <DALI switch> and
confirm the selection with the
button.
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3. Select the
button to choose the menu item <DS1> for example,
and confirm the selection with the
button.
99 The DALI switch device switches the lighting off.
7.6 Reset
The reset command has two purposes: It switches off the entire room lighting temporarily. It also deletes any commands that put the Light Control
Box into override mode.
After a reset, the Light Control Box switches to energy-saving mode. The
lighting remains off until the Light Control Box detects a presence or receives a command to switch the lighting back on. Once presence has been
detected or a re-activation command has been received, the Light Control
Box works in normal operation as per the programming.
Triggering a reset:
1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
2. Select the
button to choose the menu item <Reset> and confirm
the selection with the
button.
99 The entire lighting switches off.
7.7 Test start/stop
The Test start function tests the detection range of the detector. During the
test phase, the lighting is set to maximum brightness.
Activating the test function:
1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
2. Select the
button to choose the menu item <Test start> and con-
firm the selection with the
button.
99 The entire lighting is switched on.
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99 The blue LED flashes in the sensor head when motion is detected.
Ending the test function:
1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
2. Select the
button to choose the menu item <Test stop> and con-
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firm the selection with the
button.
99 The test lighting switches off.
7.8 KNX Prog. On/Off
These remote control commands are for Light Control Boxes with a KNX
module. The command <KNX Prog. On> enables you to assign a physical
address to the KNX module.
Activating the KNX program function:
1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
2. Use the
button to select the menu item <KNX Prog. On> and
confirm the selection with the
button.
99 The KNX module is in programming mode.
Ending the KNX program function:
1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
2. Use the
button to select the menu item <KNX Prog. Off> and
confirm the selection with the
button.
99 The KNX module is no longer in programming mode.
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The remote control menu <Programming>
In the <Programming> menu item, you can set permanent settings.
The settings are retained even when the device is not supplied
with power — for example because the power supply in the building is switched off overnight.
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8.1 Activate/deactivate programming mode
To activate programming mode, proceed as follows:
¾¾ Press the
button.
99 The blue LED on the presence detector lights up.
99 The lighting is switched to 100% luminous efficiency.
99 The red LED on the detector flashes twice to confirm each received command.
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To exit programming mode, proceed as follows:
Prerequisites:
• The blue LED illuminates in the sensor head.
¾¾ Press the
button.
99 Your settings are saved and programming mode is closed.
99 The blue LED goes out and the Light Control Box switches the
lighting off.
If programming mode is not ended via the key button within five
minutes of the last entry, the Light Control Box automatically
switches back to normal operation mode. The settings are automatically saved.
8.2 Calibration
Only lights
with light
sensor
Lux meter
The Calibration function can be used when lights with in-built light sensors
are connected to the Light Control Box. The light sensor is affected by light
from reflective work surfaces, walls and floors. Calibration is essential for
ensuring that surfaces at a specific height remain evenly lit.
A lux meter is required for calibration. The light values measured with the
lux meter can be transferred to the Light Control Box by remote control. The
measured lux values are reference values used by the Light Control Box for
precise comparisons. The calibration allows the Light Control Box to calculate more precisely which illumination level is required to retain a constant
target brightness.
For more information on setting the target brightness, see Chapter
“Light set value” page 50.
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Greater precision
through
repetition
The light sensor must be calibrated with three measurements at least once
per lighting channel. We recommend three measurements per channel for
optimum illumination results.
If a lighting channel is extended with DALI louvre lights, position
the light with the light sensor in the darkest area of the room.
This is the only way to ensure even the darkest area is sufficiently
lit.
The sub-menu items for <Channel 1> and <Channel 2> are identical. The calibration must be performed individually for each lighting channel. During the
calibration, only the lighting channel that is being calibrated is illuminated.
Calibration
procedure
Calibrating a light sensor:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Press the
button to activate programming mode.
3. Select the <Calibration> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button
4. Select the
button to choose the menu item <Channel 1>, for
example, and confirm the selection with the
button.
99 The lighting on channel 1 is switched on at maximum brightness.
The other lighting channels are not active. The light sensor measures the brightness.
Measurement
1
5. Use a lux meter to measure the current light value at the desired location, e.g. at a desk. The reading is 600 lux, for example.
6. Enter the lux value using the
button and confirm the entry with
the
button.
99 The Light Control Box receives the value and dims the luminous
efficiency for the next measurement.
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Measurement
2
7. Now measure the light value again using the lux meter. The value is
now lower than the first measurement and reads 300 lux, for example.
8. Enter this lux value using the
or
button and confirm the
entry with the
button.
99 The Light Control Box receives the value, and switches the lighting off.
Measurement
3
9. Now measure the current light value using the lux meter. The reading
is 40 lux, for example.
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10.Enter this lux value in the remote control using the
or
button
and confirm the entry with the
button.
99 This completes the calibration process. The Light Control Box
switches the lighting on at maximum brightness.
11.Press the
button to end calibration.
button to close programming mode.
12.Press the
99 The blue LED goes out in the sensor head.
99 The lighting goes out. If the brightness falls below the target
brightness value, the light sensor brightens the lights on channel
1.
99 The channel is now calibrated.
13.Repeat this calibration for the rest of the channels.
99 Calibration is now complete.
8.3 All channels
All Channels
Store brightness
Light set value
Off delay time
Off warning time
Orientation light
Orient. light mode
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The menu item <All channels> implements settings for all lighting channels.
8.3.1
Store brightness
The Store brightness function saves the current channel light values as the
target brightness value. The values act as a reference value for the automatic lighting when presence is detected. The current light values can be
entered via the following sensors:
• Light Control Boxes capture the current light value using the connected DALI presence detector.
• Lights with an integrated light sensor send the current light value of
their channel to the Light Control Box.
If a channel does not have a sensor because only one light without a light sensor is working on the channel, the value of the DALI
presence detector is used for this channel.
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The required reference value must be set manually before storing the
brightness. This is performed in the Functions menu.
Set reference
value
Setting the reference values for the read-in function:
1. Press the
button to activate programming mode.
99 The Light Control Box switches to programming mode and the
lights produce maximum brightness.
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2. Select the <Functions> main menu and confirm the selection with the
button.
3. Select a lighting channel, for example <Channel 1>, and confirm the
selection with the
4. Select the
button.
button to choose the menu item <Luminous efficien-
cy> and confirm the selection with the
button.
5. Enter the percentage value of the maximum luminous efficiency by
pressing the
or
buttons. Confirm your selection with the
button.
99 The illumination level changes according to your input.
6. If there are lights in the room working on channel 2: Select channel 2
and repeat steps 4 and 5 for this channel.
99 The desired brightness is set and can be read in.
7. Press the
tings.
button to return to the main menu for the other set-
Adopting the reference value with the read-in function:
1. Select <Programming> from the main menu and confirm the selection
with the
2. Select the
button.
button to choose the menu item <All channels> and
confirm the selection with the
button.
3. Select the <Store brightness> menu item and confirm the selection
with the
button.
button.
4. Close programming mode with the
99 The reference value is now saved.
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Light set value
The light set value is the target brightness value and acts as the threshold
value for the lighting control. If the ambient light level is below the target
brightness, the Light Control Box controls the illumination level when presence is detected. So, if the daylight exceeds the value, the Light Control
Box automatically switches off the light.
The light set value function specifies the brightness in lux for all lighting
channels in a room. You can send the desired or measured lux values to the
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This process gives the best results for lights with a calibrated
light sensor.
Setting the light target value:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
3. Select the
button.
button to choose the menu item <All channels> and
confirm the selection with the
button.
4. Select the <Light set value> menu item and confirm the selection
with the
5. Use the
button.
or
buttons to set the required lux value and confirm
the selection with the
button.
6. End programming mode by pressing the
99 The light set value is set.
button.
If you wish to assign different target values to the channels, you
need to use the Store brightness function. For information, please
see Chapter “Store brightness” page 49.
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Off delay time
The Off delay time function determines for how long the connected lights
remain switched on after the last detected movement. The off delay time
applies to normal mode and override mode, which is a temporary change to
normal mode. For more information on operating modes, see Chapter 5.
The Light Control Box ends normal operation mode or override mode once
the switch-off delay time has elapsed. Any movement detected during the
off delay time causes the off delay time to re-start, which extends normal
mode or override mode.
• The minimum off delay time is one minute.
• The maximum off delay time is 240 minutes.
Setting the delay time:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
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2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
button.
button to choose the menu item <All channels> and
3. Select the
confirm the selection with the
button.
4. Select the <Off delay time> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
5. Use the
or
buttons to set the required off delay time and con-
firm the selection with the
button.
6. End programming mode by pressing the
99 The entered duration is now saved.
8.3.4
button.
Off warning
The off warning indicates that the set off delay time has elapsed. In off
warning mode, the lighting uses the brightness value that was set for the
orientation light.
If movement is detected during the switch-off warning time, the detector
returns to the most recent active operating mode. This may be normal operation mode or override mode.
The off warning time can be set to a duration of 0 to 240 seconds.
Switch-off warning is disabled if the time is set to 0 seconds.
Example: The illumination level was dimmed manually via an external
button, and the Light Control Box is in override mode as a result. The set
off delay time has elapsed. The off warning time now starts, which is set to
60 seconds. During this time, the lighting uses the brightness that is set
for the orientation light. If presence is detected during this time, the Light
Control Box returns to override mode.
Setting the off warning:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
button.
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2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
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3. Select the
button to choose the menu item <All channels> and
confirm the selection with the
button.
4. Select the <Off warning> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
or
5. Use the
buttons to set the required duration and confirm
the selection with the
button.
button.
6. End programming mode by pressing the
99 The switch-off warning time is now set.
8.3.5
Prerequisites
Brightness
Orientation light
The Orientation light function provides subtle lighting. You can also set the
brightness of the orientation light to values between 10% and 50% of the
maximum illumination level. You can also set for how long or from when you
want the orientation light to remain active.
The orientation light only switches on once the set off delay time or a set off
warning time have elapsed. The orientation light duration can also be set to
zero minutes.
Setting the orientation light brightness:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
button to choose the menu item <All channels> and
3. Select the
confirm the selection with the
button.
button to choose the menu item <Orientation light>
4. Select the
and confirm the selection with the
5. Use the
button.
or
button.
buttons to set the brightness as a percentage of
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the maximum brightness and confirm the selection with the
ton.
but-
6. End programming mode by pressing the
button.
99 The brightness for the orientation light is now set.
8.3.6
Mode duration
Orient. time mode
The menu item <Orient. time mode> specifies whether the duration for the
orientation light is set in minutes or with a fixed start and end time. The
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following applies:
• If you enable the setting <in minutes>, the settings in the menu item
<Orient. light from h> and <"Orient. light to h> are disabled.
• If the you enable the setting <From h to h>, the setting in the menu
item <Orient. light in min.> is disabled.
Duration in
minutes
Activating minutes mode:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
3. Select the
button.
button to choose the menu item <All channels> and
confirm the selection with the
button.
4. Select the <Orient. time mode> menu item and confirm your selection
with the
button.
5. Confirm the menu item <in minutes> with the
button.
button.
6. End programming mode by pressing the
99 The duration of the orientation light can now be set in the menu
item <Orient. min.>.
For more information on entering the desired number of minutes, see the
Section “Orient. light in min.” page 55 below
Duration
according to
times
Activating time mode:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
3. Select the
button.
button to choose the menu item <All channels> and
confirm the selection with the
button.
4. Select the <Orient. time mode> menu item and confirm your selection
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with the
5. Select the
button.
button to choose the menu item <Until time> and con-
firm the selection with the
button.
button.
6. End programming mode by pressing the
99 The duration of the orientation light can now be set with the
menu items <Orient. light from h> and <"Orient. light to h>.
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For information on setting the desired start and end time, see page 55 onwards.
8.3.7
All Channels
Orient. light in min.
Orient. light from h
Orient. light to h
Full automatic
Semi automatic
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Orient. light in min.
The <Orient. in min.> menu item sets the orientation light duration to a
value of between 0 to 240 minutes.
If the orientation light duration is set to zero minutes, the orientation light is disabled.
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Prerequisites:
• The setting <in minutes> is enabled in the menu item <Orient. time
mode>. For more information, see Chapter “Orient. time mode” page
53.
Enter number
of minutes
Setting the orientation light duration in minutes:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
button to choose the menu item <All channels> and
3. Select the
confirm the selection with the
button.
button to choose the menu item <Orient. light in min.>
4. Select the
and confirm the selection with the
5. Use the
button.
or
button.
buttons to set the required time in minutes and
confirm the selection with the
button.
button.
6. End programming mode by pressing the
99 The duration for the orientation light is now set in minutes.
8.3.8
Orient. light from h/"Orient. light to h
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The menu items <Orient. light from h> and <"Orient. light to h> specify the
duration of the orientation light using fixed start and end times.
Thanks to the built-in battery, the configured times are also retained in the event of a power failure.
Prerequisites:
• The correct time must be set in the <Calendar> menu. See Section
“Calendar” page 64.
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• The setting <Until time> in the <Orient. time mode> menu item must
be enabled. For more information, see Chapter Orient.. time mode.
Enter
times
Setting the start and end time:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
button to choose the menu item <All channels> and
3. Select the
confirm the selection with the
4. Use the
button.
button to select the <Orient. light from h> menu item
and confirm the selection with the
5. Use the
button.
or
button.
buttons to set the start time and confirm the se-
lection with the
button.
99 The start time is now set.
button once.
6. Press the
7. Use the
button to select the <Orient. light to h> menu item and
confirm the selection with the
8. Use the
or
tion with the
button.
buttons to set the end time and confirm the selecbutton.
button.
9. End programming mode by pressing the
99 The duration of the orientation light is now set with a start and
end time.
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Difference from
time switching
control
Setting a start and end time is not the same as timer control.
If the switch-off delay time in normal operation mode and the
switch-off warning time elapse before the orientation light is due
to start, the Light Control Box switches to energy-saving mode
without illumination. The time-controlled orientation light is then
not activated.
If you want to be sure that the orientation light remains lit overnight, set the start time to a time when movement will still be
detected. After the off delay time has elapsed, the light then
switches to orientation light mode.
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8.3.9
Fully automatic
Behaviour of the Light Control Box when Fully automatic is enabled:
The lighting automatically switches on if
• The ambient light is below the set target brightness
and
• the detector detects presence.
The lighting automatically switches off if
• the ambient light is brighter than the set target brightness
or:
• no movement is detected
and
• the set off delay time has elapsed.
Activating fully automatic:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
3. Select the
button to choose the menu item <All channels> and
confirm the selection with the
4. Select the
button.
button.
button to choose the menu item <Fully automatic>, for
example, and confirm the selection with the
5. End programming mode by pressing the
99 Fully automatic mode is now active.
button.
button.
8.3.10 Semi-automatic
If the Semi-automatic function is active, the lighting can only be activated
via an external button. The lighting automatically switches off if the detector does not detect movement during the off delay time.
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The lighting automatically switches off if
• the ambient light is brighter than the set target brightness
or:
• no movement is detected
and
• the preset off delay time for the light has elapsed.
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Activating semi-automatic:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
3. Select the
button.
button to choose the menu item <All channels> and
confirm the selection with the
button.
4. Select the <Semi-automatic> menu item and confirm the selection
with the
button.
5. End programming mode by pressing the
99 Semi-automatic mode is now active.
button.
8.4 SymbiLogic™
The natural daylight of a geographical location has two properties: It has
a specific colour temperature that depends on the location's latitude. The
second property: Colour temperature and brightness change throughout the
day.
The patented SymbiLogic™ technology of the Light Control Box (tunable
white) can replicate natural lighting conditions by regulating the correlated
color temperature and brightness to match the time of day. As a result, in
the evening you can be provided with a lighting configuration that supports
your biological sleep pattern.
How it
works
SymbiLogic™ is deactivated by default. If SymbiLogic™ is activated, you
can select the following locations under lighting conditions: Hamburg,
Rome, New York and Stockholm.
SymbiLogic
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SymbiLogic™
and scenes
If SymbiLogic™ is activated, SymbiLogic™ takes over the constant light control function. In contrast to simple constant light
regulation, SymbiLogic™ also makes slight alterations to the
brightness throughout the day as well as altering the colour temperature.
SymbiLogic™ is deactivated when a scene is accessed.
Prerequisites:
• Date and time are set in the menu item <Calendar> (see page 64).
• The target brightness is set to a realistic value, for example 500 lux.
See “Light set value” page 50.
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Activating SymbiLogic™:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
button.
button to choose the menu item <SymbiLogic> and
3. Select the
confirm the selection with the
button.
or
button to choose the location with the lighting
4. Select the
conditions that the Light Control Box should replicate. Confirm the
selection with the
button.
99 SymbiLogic™ is active.
8.5 Channel Map
This function enables you to assign a different channel number to a light.
The new channel number must not be assigned to a different light. The
remote control helps you to re-sort the channel numbers by preventing any
invalid assignments.
What if you want to use multiple Light Control Boxes? Execute the
Channel Map function before you connect the Light Control Boxes
via DALI.
Assigning a new channel to a light:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
button.
button to choose the menu item <Channel map>, and
3. Select the
confirm the selection with the
button.
button again.
4. Press the
5. Assign the required channel number to the first channel. To do this,
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press the
button to select the channel number and confirm the
selection with the
button.
6. Return to the channel selection by pressing the
7. Use the
button.
button to select the next channel and confirm the selec-
tion with the
button.
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8. Assign the required channel number to the channel. To do this, press
the
button to select the channel number and confirm the selec-
tion with the
button.
button.
9. Return to the channel selection by pressing the
button to select the <OK> command and confirm the
10.Use the
selection with the
button.
11.End programming mode by pressing the
99 The channel numbers are reassigned.
button.
8.6 DALI map
The two DALI interfaces of the Light Control Box are initially assigned to the
lighting channels numerically. For example, DALI interface C2 corresponds
to the lighting channel C2.
This allocation can be changed to suit your preferences using the DALI map
function. You can also assign several DALI interfaces to one lighting channel.
Assigning a different lighting channel to a DALI interface:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
button to choose the menu item <DALI map> and con-
3. Select the
firm the selection with the
4. Press the
button.
button.
button to select the desired DALI interface and confirm
the selection with the
button.
99 The DALI interface is displayed with the current light channel
number.
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5. Use the
or
button to choose the light channel to which you
wish to assign the DALI interface. Confirm the selection with the
button.
button.
6. End programming mode by pressing the
99 The DALI interface is now assigned to the desired light channel.
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8.7 DALI switch
DALI Switch
DS1 connected
DS1 not connected
DS1 off delay time
DS1 Mode
DS2 connected
DS2 not connected
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You can configure DALI switches 1 and 2 under the DALI switch menu
item. The settings options for DALI switch 1 and 2 are identical.
8.7.1
DS1/DS2 connected
This function allows the Light Control Box to send control commands. By
default, DS1/DS2 connected is active. As such, you only need this function
if you have disabled the command output using the function DS1/DS2 not
connected.
Activating the output of control commands to DALI switch 1 or 2:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
3. Select the
button to choose the menu item <DALI switch> and
confirm the selection with the
4. Press the
button.
button.
button to select the DALI switch that you wish to regis-
ter as connected. Confirm the selection with the
button.
button.
5. End programming mode by pressing the
99 The selected DALI switch is now registered as connected.
8.7.2
DS1/DS2 not connected
This function disables the output of control commands to a DALI switch.
If this setting is enabled, you can no longer temporarily switch the DALI
switch on or off in the functions menu.
Disabling DALI switch 1 or 2:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
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2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
3. Select the
button to choose the menu item <DALI switch> and
confirm the selection with the
4. Press the
button.
button.
button to select the DALI switch that you wish to regis-
ter as disconnected. Confirm the selection with the
button.
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The remote control menu <Programming>
5. End programming mode by pressing the
button.
99 The selected DALI switch is now disconnected.
8.7.3
DS1/DS2 switch-off delay
This function sets how long the DALI switches keep the connected devices
activated following the last detected movement. You can choose a time of
one to 255 minutes.
Setting the off delay time for DALI switch 1 or 2:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
button.
button to choose the menu item <DALI switch> and
3. Select the
confirm the selection with the
button.
button to choose the menu item <DS1 switch-off de-
4. Select the
lay> or <DS2 switch-off delay> and confirm the selection with the
button.
5. Use the
or
buttons to set the required duration and confirm
the selection with the
button.
button.
6. End programming mode by pressing the
99 The off delay time is set for the selected DALI switch.
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8.7.4
DS1/DS2 mode
This function enables more precise configuration of the DALI switches. The
following settings are possible:
Fully automatic: When this function is active, the DALI switch switches the
connected device on when a presence is detected. This function can then
also be activated if the Light Control Box is operating in semi-automatic
mode.
Semi-automatic: If this function is active, the DALI switch must be activated manually if the off delay time in normal operation or override mode has
elapsed.
Pulse mode k: If this function is enabled, the DALI switch switches devices
such as automatic stairwell timers or current impulse relays on with an impulse. The impulse is repeated regularly for as long as movement is detected
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The remote control menu <Programming>
Setting the mode for DALI switch 1 or 2:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
3. Select the
button to choose the menu item <DALI switch> and
confirm the selection with the
4. Select the
button.
button to choose the menu item <DS1 mode> or <DS2
mode> and confirm the selection with the
5. Select the
button.
or
the selection with the
button.
button to choose the desired mode and confirm
button.
button.
6. End programming mode by pressing the
99 The selected DALI switch now operates in the set mode.
8.8 Scene editor
In the <Scene editor> menu item, you can enter and save the brightness for
a light scene as a percentage as well as the colour temperature in kelvin.
You can also set whether a DALI switch should be switched on or off with
the scene.
Setting a scene:
The change is made using an example from scene 3 on channel 2.
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Select the
button to choose the menu item <Scene editor> and
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button.
99 The submenu shows a matrix with the default light values for
each channel and scene. You can customise these values.
3. In the matrix, use the
the
with the
button to navigate to column <Sc3> and
button to navigate to row <C2 %>. Confirm your selection
button.
4. Change the luminous efficiency value to 60 % using the
Confirm your selection with the
button.
button.
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The remote control menu <Programming>
5. Press the
button once.
99 You have now returned to the matrix at the previous position.
6. Use the
button to navigate to row <C2 K>. Confirm your selection
with the
7. Use the
button.
or
buttons to set the required colour temperature and
confirm the selection with the
button.
button once.
8. Press the
99 You have now returned to the matrix at the previous position.
button
9. To change the switch status of DALI switch 1 or 2, use the
to navigate to the matrix point DSw1 or DSw2 and confirm the selection with the
10.Use the
or
button.
buttons to set the required switching status and
confirm the selection with the
button.
button once.
11.Press the
99 You have now returned to the matrix at the previous position. The
set values must now be transmitted to the Light Control Box:
button to navigate to the line <Scene>.
12.Use the
99 The matrix point <OK> is highlighted.
button once.
13.Press the
99 <Send scene…> appears in the display. The remote control sends
the new values to the Light Control Box.
The scene editor saves the last set values. Therefore, if you want
to set the same scene in a different room, simply enter programming mode, and send the required scene to the Light Control Box
by clicking on <OK>.
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8.9 Calendar
In the <Calendar> menu, you can enter the date and time. It is important to
set the time if you want the orientation light to start and end at fixed times.
The date and time also need to be set for the SymbiLogic™ function.
The time should be checked once a year.
Thanks to the built-in battery, the settings are also retained in the
event of a power failure.
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The remote control menu <Programming>
Setting the date:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
button.
button to choose the menu item <Calendar> and con-
3. Select the
firm the selection with the
button.
4. The menu item <Years> is highlighted. Confirm your selection with
the
button.
5. The input mask is configured for values from the year 2000. Use the
or
buttons to set the year and confirm the setting with the
button.
99 The year is now set.
button to return to the Calendar menu.
6. Use the
button to choose the menu item <Months> and con-
7. Select the
firm the selection with the
or
8. Use the
button.
buttons to set the month and confirm the setting
with the
button.
99 The month is now set.
button to return to the Calendar menu.
9. Use the
button to choose the menu item <Days> and confirm
10.Select the
the selection with the
or
11.Use the
button.
buttons to set the day and confirm the setting with
the
button.
99 The day is now set.
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12.Press the
mode.
button to save your changes and exit programming
Setting the time:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
button.
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3. Select the
button to choose the menu item <Calendar> and con-
firm the selection with the
button to choose the menu item <Hours> and confirm
4. Select the
the selection with the
or
5. Use the
with the
button.
button.
buttons to set the hour and confirm the setting
button.
button to return to the Calendar menu.
6. Use the
button to choose the menu item <Minutes> and con-
7. Select the
firm the selection with the
or
8. Use the
with the
button.
buttons to set the minute and confirm the setting
button.
button to return to the Calendar menu.
9. Use the
button to choose the menu item <Seconds> and con-
10.Select the
firm the selection with the
or
11.Use the
button.
buttons to set the seconds and confirm the setting
with the
button.
99 The time is now set.
12.Press the
mode.
button to save your changes and exit programming
8.10 Factory reset
The Factory reset function restores the Light Control Box to its default
program settings. For more information on the default factory settings, see
Section “Factory settings” page 28.
Performing a factory reset:
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1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
3. Select the
button.
button to choose the menu item <Factory reset> and
confirm the selection with the
button.
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The remote control menu <Programming>
4. End programming mode by pressing the
button.
99 The Light Control Box is reset to the factory settings.
8.11 Reset editor
If you change settings in the scene editor, you can undo these changes
using the Reset editorfunction. The values in the scene editor are then reset
to the default settings.
The Reset editor function does not change the Light Control Box
settings. The function simply restores the default scene editor
values locally in the remote control.
Restoring the original scene editor values:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
button to choose the menu item <Reset editor> and
2. Select the
confirm the selection with the
button.
button.
3. End programming mode by pressing the
99 The values in the scene matrix are reset to the default values.
8.12 Sensitivity
Settings
values
The DALI detectors connected to the Light Control Box are precise and
highly sensitive presence detectors. In rare cases, interferences such as hot
air currents may cause erroneous presence detection. The Sensitivity function adjusts the sensitivity of the presence detector.
You can set the sensitivity to:
<sensitive>, <normal>, <reduced> and <sharply reduced>.
By default, the presence detector is set to <sensitive>.
Setting the sensitivity of the presence detector:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
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the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
button to choose the menu item <Sensitivity> and
3. Select the
confirm the selection with the
4. Use the
button.
or
button.
buttons to set the required sensitivity and confirm
the selection with the
button.
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The remote control menu <Programming>
5. End programming mode by pressing the
button.
99 The sensitivity of the presence detector is based on the set value.
8.13 Detector LED on/Detector LED off
The LEDs in the sensor head of the Light Control Box show the status of the
presence detector. This function is activated by default. It can be switched
on and off via the remote control. The LED signals are:
• The red LED flashes when commands are received from the remote
control.
• The blue LED lights up when the Light Control Box is in programming
mode.
• The green LED flashes when the detector detects movement.
You can deactivate the green LED to stop it flashing every time motion is
detected.
Deactivating the green LED in the sensor head:
1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
2. Select the
button to choose the menu item <Detector LEDs off>
and confirm the selection with the
99 The green LED switches off.
button.
Activating the green LED in the sensor head:
1. Select the <Functions> menu item and confirm the selection with the
button.
2. Select the
button to choose the menu item <Detector LEDs on>
and confirm the selection with the
button.
99 The green LED switches on.
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8.14 Light value on/Light value off
In order to function correctly, constant lighting control relies on information
about the current level of brightness. If lights with additional light sensors
are connected, the light sensors transmit the levels of brightness to the
Light Control Box. The external DALI detector then acts as a presence detector and as a receiver for infrared commands from the remote control.
For lights
without
light sensor
If the connected lights do not have a light sensor, the DALI detector can
use the light value measurement. The light value measurement is deactivated by default. The measurement must be activated with the remote control
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The remote control menu <Programming>
command <Light value on>.
Connecting
Light Control
Boxes in
parallel
If you have connected Light Control Boxes in parallel, only one external
detector can send the light value. If light measurement is active on multiple
detectors, deactivate the function on all of the detectors but one using the
remote control command <Light value off>.
To achieve the most precise lighting with constant brightness, you
need to connect lights with an integrated light sensor. The light
sensor can be further calibrated. For more information on calibrating the light sensor, see Section “Calibration” page 47.
Lights with
light sensor
Activating light measurement using a DALI detector:
Prerequisites:
• Select a position as close as possible to being directly underneath the
presence detector of the Light Control Box that should perform the
light measurement.
• Aim the remote control directly at the detector so that only this device
receives the remote control signal.
1. Select the
button to choose the menu item <Functions> and con-
firm the selection with the
2. Select the
button.
button to choose the menu item <Light value on> and
confirm the selection with the
button.
99 The red LED flashes three times in the sensor head.
3. Press the Return button once.
8.15 Detector factory reset
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The Detector Fact. reset function enables you to reset the following settings
to the factory settings:
• Send light value
• Sensitivity of the presence detector
• Detector LEDs
The detector factory reset does not change any other settings, such as for
the switch-off delay time.
Performing a detector factory reset:
1. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
2. Enable programming mode by pressing the
button.
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The remote control menu <Programming>
3. Use the
button to select the menu item <Detector Fact. reset>
and confirm the selection with the
button.
button.
4. End programming mode by pressing the
99 The values stored in the detector are reset to the factory settings.
8.16 Detector Light Factor
For:
Light measurement by the
detector
The presence detector performs the brightness measurement at a certain
distance from the surface of the desk. If the brightness at the location of
the detector and the brightness at the surface of the desk differ too greatly,
constant lighting control does not generate the required brightness. If this
is the case, it helps to adjust the sensitivity of the detector. The adjustment
can be made using the "Detector Light Factor" function.
The light value factor is set to a value of 2.5 ex works. If the light measurement shows that the brightness at the desk is less than the specified
light target value, a factor of 2.5 is too high and the light value factor must
be reduced. If the measured brightness is greater than the specified light
target value, you must set a higher light value factor.
Setting the light value factor:
1. Use a lux meter to measure the brightness at the desired location,
e.g. at the surface of a desk.
2. Compare the measured value with your specified light target value.
The comparison indicates whether you need to reduce or increase the
light factor.
3. Select the <Programming> menu item and confirm the selection with
the
button.
button.
4. Enable programming mode by pressing the
5. Use the
button to select the menu item <Detector Light Factor>
and confirm the selection with the
6. Use the
or
buttons to set the required sensitivity and confirm
the selection with the
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button.
button.
7. End programming mode by pressing the
button.
8. Use a lux meter to compare the brightness at the desired location with
the specified light target value once again.
9. Repeat steps 3 to 7 until the measured brightness and the light target
value are almost the same.
99 The light value measurement is adjusted.
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Operation via Bluetooth App
9
Operation via Bluetooth App
9.1 Light Control Box with Bluetooth
Prerequisites
Remote control required!
Light Control Boxes with an integrated Bluetooth module can be operated
using the app and Bluetooth wireless connection, in addition to the infrared
remote control.
Bluetooth enables convenient configuration of the Light Control Boxes using
your smartphone or tablet, even in locations in which Wi-Fi is not available.
Light Control Boxes with integrated Bluetooth modules operate using the
energy-saving standard “Bluetooth low energy”, also known as “Bluetooth
Smart” or "Bluetooth 4 LE”. This wireless connection has a range of up to
10 metres.
To control the Light Control Box via Bluetooth, you need:
• A device that can send via Bluetooth and that supports the “Bluetooth
low energy” standard. This is usually the case for current Smartphones, Notebooks and tablets. Some manufacturers identify these
devices with the logo “Bluetooth Smart Ready”. Devices on which the
ESYLUX app can be installed are usually also compatible with this
Bluetooth standard.
• The free app ESYLUX LIGHT CONTROL must be installed on the
Bluetooth device.
Bluetooth Box users must only use the universal remote control when the
light measurement is performed by the DALI detector.
That is to
• activate light measurement using a DALI detector (see Chapter 8.14)
and
• adjust the sensitivity of the DALI detector
(see Chapter 8.16).
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9.2 The ESYLUX LIGHT CONTROL app
The free ESYLUX LIGHT CONTROL app provides virtually
all remote control functions required to configure and
control Light Control Boxes.
If you still require the remote control at any time,
see Chapter 9.1.
The app is currently available for the following mobile devices:
• Apple devices
with operating system iOS 9 or above
• Android devices
with Android version 5.0 or above
The app is available in the Apple Store and Google Playstore.
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9.2.1
Using the app
The app is primarily based on traditional operating conventions.
Version 1.17.2 is the exception to this rule: If you use this version of the
app to open a menu screen on which functions were activated previously,
the app resends the last function selection to the Light Control Box as a
new command. Accessing a menu screen can therefore lead to inadvertent
changes to the brightness.
Example: You have accessed Scene 1 in the Profiles menu. You then started
up SymbiLogic, whereby the scene is deactivated. If you then navigate to
the Profiles menu again, the app automatically sends the command to start
scene 1.
The following operating actions are possible:
Control element
Operating
action
Effect
(example)
Tap
Navigate to higher
menu;
Confirm input
Slide
Switch between
values such as ‘on’ and
‘off’
Slide control
Slide
Set values
Text or
value field
Tap
Activate fields for
input;
display keypad or dropdown list for selection
Selection field
Swipe, scroll Select values
through a
list of values
Simple
button
Example
,
Slide
switch
,
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In the following operating steps, buttons are indicated in pointed brackets < >.
9.2.2
Differences between the Android and iOS app
The app has the same functions under both operating systems. However,
the names of the buttons may differ in some cases. For example, the confirmation button in the Android app is often labelled <OK>, while the button
the Apple app is often labelled <Done>.
There may be further minor differences in the form of icons and buttons.
In individual cases, the buttons may be in different places. The Android
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Differences between
Android apps
app also has a different background colour to the iOS app. The background
colours may also differ between Android apps that are installed on different
devices. The reason: The Android app adapts to the colour scheme of the
device on which it is installed.
The differences between the app versions are shown on this settings screen:
Background colours and button colours are different. In addition, the <Light
channels>/<Switching channels> buttons appear at the bottom in the Apple
app (left ) and at the top in the Android app (right).
Screenshots:
Apple left,
Android right
The following screenshots are taken from an iPhone with iOS
9 and a smartphone with Android 5. On a tablet, the distances
between the buttons are much greater.
In the following, the iOS screenshots are always on the left and
the Android screenshots on the right.
9.3 Setting up a Bluetooth connection
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Before you can control a Light Control Box using the app, you first need to
register the Light Control Box in the app using the ID code. You only need
to do this once.
Prerequisites:
• Light Control Box is connected to Bluetooth
• Bluetooth is activated on the end device
• The ID code on the type plate is available.
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Setting up the Bluetooth connection:
Device
selection
screen
Device
registration
screen
1. Start the ESYLUX LIGHT CONTROL app.
99 The device selection screen appears:
2. Tap on the button < >.
99 The device registration screen appears:
3. Tap in the input field below "Address" to enter the ID of the Light
Control Box.
99 The keypad of your end device appears.
4. Enter the ID code for the Light Control Box without hyphens or blank
spaces and tap <Add Now> to confirm your entry.
99 The Light Control Box is now registered on your Bluetooth device.
The app is ready to control the Light Control Box.
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Once registered, the Light Control Box is always displayed in the device
selection screen of the app. Multiple registered Light Control Boxes are
displayed in a list, for example:
Scan
function
Each time the app is started, it automatically searches for the Bluetooth
> cannot be used immedidevices in the list. Therefore, the button <
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The app main menu
ately after start-up, as the scan process is already active. If a connection to
> symbol in front
a Light Control Box exists, this is indicated by the <
of the device name.
>
After the first scan, you can trigger further scans by tapping on the <
button. So, if you want to operate Light Control Boxes in a different room, it
is quick to update the connections using the scan function.
Number of
Bluetooth
connections
Only one current Bluetooth connection to the Light Control Box
is possible at any one time. If a different person is operating the
Light Control Box via Bluetooth at the same time, the app cannot
establish a connection.
Delete Light
Control Box
from list
To remove a Light Control Box from the list, open the Edit menu for the
Light Control Box. The Delete option can be found here. To access the Edit
> button next to the Light Control Box in the demenu, click on the <
vice selection screen.
Rename Light
Control Box
In the Edit menu, you can assign a different name to the Light Control
Box, such as the name of a room. To do this, tap in the input field below
<Name>, enter the new name and confirm the entry.
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10 The app main menu
As soon as you have selected a connected Light Control Box in the device
selection screen, the main menu of the app is displayed with the following
submenus:
• <
>: Here you will find functions with which you can deacti-
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The app menu <Manual>
vate the programmed settings for a limited time.
• <
>: In this submenu you can call and edit light profiles.
• <
>: The first time the Light Control Boxes are
switched on, they use the factory settings described in Chapter 4.5.
You can adjust the settings as required in this menu item.
All menus and functions are explained in the following chapters.
11 The app menu <Manual>
Exception:
Colour temperature setting
The Light Control Box can be controlled directly using the functions found
>. Doing so temporarily deactivates the
under the menu item <
programmed settings. Commands from this menu instruct the Light Control Box to work in override mode. For more information on the operating
modes, see Chapter 5.
Only one function in this menu is not temporary: The change in colour temperature described below in Chapter 11.2. Changes in colour temperature
are saved automatically and are also executed in normal mode.
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11.1 Switching channels on and off
You can switch the channels on and off individually or switch all channels
together. To select between individual control or all channels, activate (
) or deactivate (
) the individual control switch. The screen
changes according to the selected setting.
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The app menu <Manual>
Switching the channels on and off individually:
¾¾ Activate individual control (
).
¾¾ Slide the switch belonging to the required channel to on (
).
off (
)or
99 The channels are switched on or off as required.
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Switching all channels on and off together:
¾¾ Deactivate individual control (
).
¾¾ Slide the switch under All channels to on (
) or off (
99 The channels are switched on or off as required.
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11.2 Changing the brightness and colour temperature
You can set the brightness and colour temperature for all channels individually or for all channels together. To select between individual or collec) or deactivate (
) the individual control
tive control, activate (
switch. The screen changes according to the selected setting.
Use the slide controllers to adjust brightness and colour temperature:
• Moving the brightness slide controller to the right increases the
brightness; moving it to the left reduces the brightness.
• Moving the colour temperature slide controller towards
the colour temperature and the light becomes warmer.
reduces
• Moving the colour temperature slide controller towards
the colour temperature and the light becomes cooler.
increases
Adjusting brightness and colour temperature for each channel individually:
¾¾ Activate individual control (
).
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¾¾ Slide the brightness slide controller belonging to the selected channel
in the required direction.
99 The brightness changes on the selected channel.
¾¾ Slide the colour temperature slide controller belonging to the selected
channel in the required direction.
99 The colour temperature changes on the selected channel.
99 Brightness and colour temperature have been adjusted.
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Setting the brightness and colour temperature for all channels:
¾¾ Deactivate individual control (
).
¾¾ Slide the brightness slide controller in the required direction.
99 The brightness changes on all channels.
¾¾ Slide the colour temperature slide controller in the required direction.
99 The colour temperature changes on all channels.
99 All channels produce the same brightness and colour temperature.
11.3 Back to normal operation mode
Below the channel control, you will see the heading Normal operation
mode. If you actuate the button <Back to normal operation mode> below
this, the temporary settings you have made will be deleted. The Light Control Box switches back to normal operation mode and uses the programmed
settings.
11.4 Switching the switching channels on and off
You can also turn the switching channels on and off temporarily in the
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Switching
channel and
DALI switch
menu.
Switching channels control DALI switch devices that are connected to the
C1 and C2 DALI interfaces of the Light Control Box. Non-DALI-compatible
devices can be connected to the DALI switch devices. For example, you can
use the switching channel to switch on non-DALI-compatible blackboard
lighting in a classroom. Light Control Boxes are factory­configured to enable them to send commands to connected DALI switches via the switching
channels.
DALI switch devices are available as accessories including SW DALI Full
Automation (item no. EP10427473) and SW DALI Semi Automation (item
no. EP10427480).
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The app menu <Profiles>
To open the switching channel control screen, tap on the <Switching channels> button on the
screen. On Android devices, this is found at
the top of the screen and on iOS devices, at the bottom.
Switching the switching channels on and off:
Prerequisites:
menu screen is open.
• The
¾¾ Tap on the <Switching channels> button.
99 The switching channels screen is displayed.
¾¾ Turn the switching channels on (
) as required.
(
) or off
99 Switching channel settings are now complete.
12 The app menu <Profiles>
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Profile
components
Scenes and
SymbiLogic™
Under the main menu item <
>, you can select and edit scenes.
You can also give the scenes informative names.
A light scene consists of up to two lighting channels with a distinct brightness and correlated color temperature. A scene can also switch up to two
switching channels. Scenes are temporary settings in the same way as the
functions in the <Manual> menu.
SymbiLogic™ is deactivated when a scene is accessed. Accessing
a scene also deactivates the constant lighting control.
Activating and deactivating scenes:
¾¾ In the main menu, tap on the menu item <
>.
99 The Profiles menu screen appears.
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¾¾ Tap on the name of the scene that you wish to activate.
99 The scene is activated and marked with the symbol
¾¾ To deactivate the active scene, tap on its name.
.
99 The Light Control Box ends the scene and continues in normal
operation mode.
99 The scene is no longer marked as active.
Changing scene settings:
For each scene, the light power and colour temperature of the light channels can be adjusted and switching channels turned on or off.
You can adjust the following values:
Light power: 0 to 100%
Colour temperature: 2700 to 6500 kelvin
Switching channels 1 and 2: on (
) and off
.
¾¾ In the Profile menu, tap on the Edit symbol < > for the scene you
wish to change.
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99 The Profiles settings screen is opened and shows these settings,
for example:
¾¾
Tap the input fields whose values you wish to change. ¾¾ Change the required value and confirm your input.
99 Scene settings are now complete.
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Changing profile names:
¾¾ Open the Profile menu and tap on the Edit symbol
< > of the scene whose name you wish to change.
99 The scene settings screen opens.
¾¾ Tap the name field of the scene whose name you wish to change.
99 The operating device keypad is activated.
¾¾ Type in the desired name and confirm your entry.
99 The scene now has the required name.
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Password
The Settings menu is used to configure the Light Control Box, for example,
by adjusting factory settings to suit your requirements. To prevent unauthorised persons from altering the programming, this menu requires you to
enter a password. The password is the PIN code. You will find this on the
type plate of the Light Control Box. After you enter the password, the menu
), which means that setsymbol changes. An open padlock is shown (
tings can now be adjusted.
The settings menu remains accessible without requiring a new password. If
you want this menu to be accessible only with a password, reactivate password protection. To do this, tap on the open padlock in the main menu and
then tap on <Lock>.
The menu contains the following submenus:
• <General>: General settings for all light channels.
• <Light management>: Functions for setting constant light management and for calibrating the lights with a light sensor.
• <Switching channels>: Switching channel configuration
• <SymbiLogic>: Settings for natural light conditions.
• <DALI mapping>: Assignment of DALI channels to light channels.
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13.1 The General submenu
The screenshots show an overview of settings.
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13.1.1 Setting the date and time
Several functions require the time to be set correctly:
• The orientation light timer control, if it uses a start and end time.
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• The SymbiLogic™ function, so that it can control brightness and
colour temperature according to the time of day. SymbiLogic™ also
requires the date to be set correctly.
The time should be checked once a year.
Thanks to the built-in battery, the configured times are also retained in the event of a power failure.
Setting the date and time:
¾¾ Tap in the field displaying the date.
99 The date settings appear.
¾¾ Set the current date and confirm your entry.
¾¾ Tap in the field containing the time.
99 The time settings appear.
¾¾ Set the current time and confirm your entry.
99 The date and time of the Light Control Box are set.
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13.1.2 Adjusting the radio range
The Bluetooth Light Control Boxes have a maximum radio range of approx.
ten metres if no obstacles obstruct the radio path. This range may be too
large: For example, if a smartphone is connected to a Light Control Box and
the smartphone owner takes their device into the next room, the connection
may remain established unintentionally. However, an existing connection
prevents another device from connecting to the Light Control Box.
The Radio range function can be used to reduce the range, so that only persons in the immediate vicinity can operate the Light Control Box. The range
can be reduced to around two metres.
Do not stand too close to the Light Control Box when reducing the radio
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Note the starting position
range. This is because if you accidentally reduce the radio range too far, you
will need to move into even closer proximity to re-establish the connection
and correct the radio range.
Range reduction does not always restrict the connection to the
room in which the Light Control Box is located: Persons in the
room directly above may sometimes also be able to establish a
radio connection to the Light Control Box.
Adjusting the radio range:
¾¾ Position yourself at the distance from the Light Control Box to which
you wish to restrict the radio connection and then move approximately
one metre further away from the Light Control Box.
¾¾ Move the slide controller to the left in stages.
¾¾ After each movement of the slide controller, send commands to the
Light Control Box to check whether a connection to the Light Control
Box still exists.
¾¾ If the connection is interrupted, move to the desired distance and
check whether the Light Control Box and the Bluetooth device can
connect. To do this, you can switch to the device registration screen
and use the <
> button.
¾¾ If a connection is not made, move closer until the app can re-establish the connection.
¾¾ When the connection to the Light Control Box is re-established,
increase the radio range slightly by moving the slide controller to the
right.
¾¾ Move back to the desired distance and check whether the Light
Control Box and the Bluetooth device can connect. If this is not the
case, repeat the two steps above until connection is successful at the
desired distance.
99 The radio range is now adjusted.
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13.1.3 Adjusting automatic mode
You can operate the Light Control Box in fully automatic and semi-automatic
mode.
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fully automatic
Behaviour of the Light Control Box when Fully automatic is enabled:
The lighting automatically switches on if
• The ambient light is below the set target brightness
and
• the detector detects presence.
The lighting automatically switches off if
• the ambient light is brighter than the set target brightness
or:
• no movement is detected
and
The off delay time has expired
Semi-automatic
Behaviour of the Light Control Box when fully automatic is enabled:
The lighting switches on if
• an external button is actuated.
The lighting automatically switches off if
• the ambient light is brighter than the set target brightness
or:
• no movement is detected
and
• The off delay time has expired
Setting Vollautomatik or Halbautomatik mode:
¾¾ Tap in the selection field that displays either Vollautomatik or Halbautomatik.
¾¾ Select the required automation level and confirm your selection.
99 The required automatic mode is set.
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The Delay time function determines for how long the connected lights re-
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main switched on after the last detected movement. The delay time starts
again every time a movement is detected.
• The minimum off delay time is one minute.
• The maximum off delay time is 240 minutes.
The off delay time applies to normal operating mode and to override mode.
For more information on operating modes, see “Overview of operating
modes” page 29.
Setting the delay time:
¾¾ Tap in the time selection field.
¾¾ Set the required time and confirm your selection.
99 The delay time is now set.
13.1.5 Setting the off warning
The Off warning indicates that the set off delay time has elapsed. In off
warning mode, the lighting uses the brightness value that was set for the
orientation light.
If movement is detected during the switch-off warning time, the detector
returns to the most recent active operating mode. This may be normal operation mode or override mode.
The off warning time can be set to a duration of 0 to 240 seconds.
Off warning is disabled if the time is set to 0 seconds.
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Example: The illumination level was dimmed manually via an external
button, and the Light Control Box is in override mode as a result. The set
off delay time has elapsed. The off warning time now starts, which is set to
60 seconds. During this time, the lighting uses the brightness that is set
for the orientation light. If presence is detected during this time, the Light
Control Box returns to override mode.
Setting the off warning time:
¾¾ Tap in the time selection field.
¾¾ Set the required time and confirm your selection.
99 The off warning time is now set.
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13.1.6 Changing orientation light brightness
Prerequisites
The Orientation light function provides subtle lighting. You can use the slide
controller to set orientation light brightness to values between 10% and
50% of the maximum illumination level.
The orientation light only switches on once the set off delay time or a set off
warning time have elapsed. The orientation light duration can also be set to
zero minutes.
Setting orientation light brightness:
¾¾ Move the slide controller until the required percentage value is
reached.
99 The target brightness is now set.
13.1.7 Setting orientation light afterglow
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The length of time for which the orientation light should be lit is referred to
as the “afterglow”. There are two ways to set the afterglow:
• Enter the duration in minutes. Possible values: 0 - 240 minutes.
• Enter the start and end times. Only full hours can be entered as the
times.
Thanks to the built-in battery, the configured times are also retained in the event of a power failure.
Select which type of time setting to use in the menu item Mode for afterglow. Appropriate input fields are displayed after selection.
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Setting the afterglow in minutes:
¾¾ Tap on the button for the menu item Mode for afterglow.
99 A selection menu appears.
¾¾ Choose the <Minutes> setting and confirm your selection.
¾¾ Tap on the button for the menu item Afterglow for
99 A settings menu appears.
¾¾ Set the required duration and confirm your selection.
99 The afterglow is now set in minutes.
Adjusting the afterglow using a start and end time:
¾¾ Tap on the button for the menu item Mode for afterglow.
99 A selection menu appears.
¾¾ Choose the <Time> setting and confirm your selection.
¾¾ Tap on the button for the menu item From time.
99 A settings menu appears.
¾¾ Set the required start time and confirm your selection.
¾¾ Tap on the button for the menu item To time.
99 A settings menu appears.
¾¾ Set the required end time for the orientation light and confirm your
selection.
99 The afterglow is now set with a start and end time.
Setting a start and end time is not the same as timer control.
If the switch-off delay time in normal operation mode and the
switch-off warning time elapse before the orientation light is due
to start, the Light Control Box switches to energy-saving mode
without illumination. The time-controlled orientation light is then
not activated.
If you want to be sure that the orientation light remains lit overnight, set the start time to a time when movement will still be
detected. After the off delay time has elapsed, the light then
switches to orientation light mode.
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time switching
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13.1.8 Resetting the Light Control Box to factory settings
The Factory settings function restores the Light Control Box to its default
program settings. For more information on the default factory settings, see
Section 4.5.
Restoring factory settings:
¾¾ Tap on the <RESET> button and answer the confirmation prompt with
<Yes>.
99 The lighting goes out and the Light Control Box subsequently
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13.2 Light management submenu
Settings for constant light management are made in the Light management
submenu. The type of setting differs depending on whether lights with light
sensors or without light sensors are connected.
The Configuring via light sensors submenu is intended for Light Control
Boxes connected to lights with light sensors. Here, you can calibrate the
light sensors and then set the target light value.
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The submenu Manual settings can be used for connected lights with or
without light sensors. Both types of setting and their differences are explained in the following chapters. See the background information above for
information on the constant light regulation function.
13.2.1 Constant light management, light target value and light measurement
Constant light management uses the light target value to determine whether, for example, the light power increases in daylight and if a presence is
detected, as the daylight is lower than the light target value. It can also
determine whether the light switches off because daylight exceeds the light
target value. By default, the light target value is set to 500 lux per channel.
This can be changed in the two submenus Configuring via light sensors and
Manual settings.
Apart from the light target value, constant light management also requires
the current light value in order to compare both values. The way in which
the Light Control Boxes receive the current light value depends on the connected devices:
• Connected lights without a light sensor: The light value is transmitted to
the Light Control Box from the connected DALI detector. Light measurement by the detector must be activated once by remote control
(see page 95 below).
• Lights with an integrated light sensor report the light value to the Light
Control Box that performs constant lighting control. The light sensor
can be calibrated.
If a channel does not have a sensor because only one light without a light sensor is working on the channel, the value of the DALI
presence detector is used for this channel.
Channels and
management
of individual
lights
Light target values always apply to one channel. However, constant light
management can control different lights on one channel in different ways
if these lights have light sensors. If a channel only has lights without light
sensors, all lights are regulated to the same brightness value.
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Prerequisites:
• Lux meter
• Lights with light sensors are connected
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The setting is made in two stages: First, calibrate the light sensors. Then
set the light target value in lux for each light channel.
Lux meter
Advantage of
calibration
A lux meter is required for calibration. The light values measured with the
lux meter can be transferred to the Light Control Box via the app. The Light
Control Box compares the lux values at the location of the sensor with the
lux values at the location of the lux meter and uses these values to calculate a conversion factor. Calibration allows the Light Control Box to calculate, with greater precision, the illumination level required to maintain a
constant target light value in the required location.
The light sensor is affected by light from reflective work surfaces,
walls and floors. Calibration is essential for ensuring that surfaces
at a specific height remain evenly lit.
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Calibrating light sensors:
¾¾ Start the calibration process by tapping on<Configure now> under
Configuring via light sensors.
99 The calibration menu is displayed:
¾¾ In the selection field, choose the channel for which you wish to calibrate the light sensors and confirm your selection.
¾¾ Tap on <Start>
Measurement 1
¾¾ Use a lux meter to measure the current light value at the required
location, e.g. at a desk. The reading is 600 lux, for example.
¾¾ Enter the lux value in the field for value 1 and confirm your entry.
Measurement 2
99 The Light Control Box receives the value and dims the luminous
efficiency for the next measurement.
¾¾ Now measure the light value again using the lux meter. The value is
now lower than the first measurement and reads 550 lux, for example.
¾¾ Enter this lux value in the field for value 2 and confirm your entry.
Measurement 3
99 The Light Control Box receives the value and dims the luminous
efficiency for the next measurement.
¾¾ Now measure the current light value using the lux meter. The reading
is 450 lux, for example.
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¾¾ Enter this lux value in the field for value 3 and confirm your entry.
99 The calibration process for the selected channel is now complete.
The Light Control Box switches the lighting off for a short time.
¾¾ To exit the calibration menu, confirm the message informing you of
successful calibration. You can then set the light target value for this
channel:
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Setting the light target value in lux:
¾¾ Move the slide controller until the required lux value is shown in the
number field.
¾¾ Tap <Save> to save the setting.
99 The light set value is set.
Repeat the calibration and setting process for the remaining
channels.
13.2.3 Manual settings
Prerequisites:
• Infrared remote control Mobil-PDi/MDi-Universal (item number
EP10433993).
• The ambient light is below the required brightness at the time of
setting.
Manual settings can be made for lights with and without light sensors. If
lights with light sensors are connected to the Light Control Box, ESYLUX
recommends making settings after calibration.
To set the light target value manually, use the slide controller to set the
light value to the required value. The set brightness is then saved as the
light target value. No lux value is entered when setting manually. However,
you can use a lux meter to check the set brightness.
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For lights without light sensors, manual settings are made in two stages:
1. Activate light measurement for the DALI presence detector connected
to the Light Control Box.
2. Set the light target value for each channel using the lux meter or by
sight using the slide controller, and save the light target value.
Stage 1 is omitted for lights with light sensors.
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Only for lights
without
light sensor
Activating light measurement using the DALI presence detector:
Prerequisites:
• The universal remote control displays "X-Light Control TW" in the first
display line.
If it does not: Set the universal remote control to the remote control
X-Light Control TW. To do this, follow the steps in Chapter “Selecting
X-Light Control TW remote control” page 35.
¾¾ Switch on the remote control using the
button.
¾¾ Choose a position as directly as possible underneath the master light
for which you wish to activate light measurement.
¾¾ Aim the remote control directly at the detector so that only this light
receives the remote control signal.
¾¾ Select the
button to choose the menu item <Functions> and con-
firm the selection with the
¾¾ Select the
button.
button to choose the menu item <Light value on> and
confirm the selection with the
button.
99 The red LED flashes three times in the sensor head.
The detector now measures light values.
The remote control switches off automatically after a few minutes.
To avoid conflicting controls, only one DALI detector per room
should ever perform light measurement.
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Setting the light target value:
¾¾ Start configuration of the light target value in the app by tapping on
<Configure now>. under Manual settings.
99 The settings menu is displayed:
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¾¾ Position yourself in the area of the room that will be illuminated by
the lights assigned to channel 1.
¾¾ Slide the top slide controller until the required brightness is reached.
If you are unsure whether the set brightness is too low, check the
brightness using a lux meter.
¾¾ Position yourself in the area of the room that will be illuminated by
the lights assigned to channel 2.
¾¾ Slide the top slide controller until the required brightness is reached.
If you are unsure whether the set brightness is too low, check the
brightness using a lux meter.
¾¾ Tap <Save>.
99 After the light target values have been received, the lights will go
off briefly.
The target light values are now saved.
If lights without light sensors are in use on one channel, the
manual setting process has one restriction: Although you can still
use the slide controllers to set and save different brightnesses for
each channel, the lights will still produce the same brightness.
The reason: For lights without light sensors, brightness measurement is only performed by the DALI detector. This means there is
only one measured brightness value that constant light management uses for all channels.
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lights without
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13.3 Switching channels submenu
Switching channels control DALI switch devices that are connected to the
C1 and C2 DALI interfaces of the Light Control Box. Non-DALI-compatible
devices can be connected to the DALI switch devices. For example, you can
use the switching channel to switch on non-DALI-compatible blackboard
lighting in a classroom. The Light Control Boxes are configured in the factory to enable them to send commands via switching channels to connected DALI switches. In the Switching channels settings submenu, you can
change this setting and other settings.
For information on how to temporarily activate and deactivate the
switching channels, see Chapter “Switching the switching channels on and off” page 79.
The setting options are identical for both switching channels. You can make
the following settings:
13.3.1 Switching channel - Active
On. The Light Control Box sends control commands.
Off. The Light Control Box does not send control commands.
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Activating or deactivating the switching channel:
¾¾ Slide the switch to the right or left.
99 The switching channel is activated or deactivated as required.
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13.3.2 Switching channel - Operating mode
You can choose from the following operating modes:
Fully automatic: If this function is active, the DALI switch switches the connected device on when a presence is detected. This function can then also
be activated if the Light Control Box is operating in semi-automatic mode.
Semi-automatic: If this function is active, the DALI switch must be activated
manually if the off delay time has elapsed in normal operation or override
mode.
Pulse mode: If this function is active, the DALI switch switches devices such
as automatic stairwell timers or current impulse relays on with an impulse.
The impulse is repeated regularly for as long as movement is detected.
Setting the operating mode:
¾¾ Tap to activate the selection field.
¾¾ In the selection field that appears, select the required operating mode
and confirm your selection.
99 The required operating mode is now set.
13.3.3 Switching channel - Delay time
This function sets how long the DALI switches keep the connected devices
activated following the last detected movement. You can choose a time of
one to 240 minutes.
Setting the switching channel delay time:
¾¾ Tap to activate the field containing the current delay time.
¾¾ In the selection field that appears, select the required time and confirm your selection.
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13.4 SymbiLogic submenu
How it
works
SymbiLogic™
and
constant light
management
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SymbiLogic™
and scenes
The natural daylight of a geographical location has two properties: It has a
specific colour temperature that depends on the location's latitude. The second property: Colour temperature and brightness change throughout the day.
The patented SymbiLogic™ technology of the Light Control Box (tunable
white) can replicate natural lighting conditions by regulating the correlated
color temperature and brightness to match the time of day. As a result, in
the evening you can be provided with a lighting configuration that supports
your biological sleep pattern.
SymbiLogic™ is deactivated by default. If SymbiLogic™ is activated, you
can select the following locations under lighting conditions: Hamburg,
Rome, New York and Stockholm.
If SymbiLogic™ is activated, SymbiLogic™ takes over the constant lighting control function. In contrast to simple constant
light regulation, SymbiLogic™ also makes slight alterations to
the brightness throughout the day as well as altering the colour
temperature.
SymbiLogic™ is deactivated when a scene is accessed.
Prerequisites:
• The date and time are set in the General settings menu.
• The target brightness is set to a realistic value, for example 500 lux.
Activating or deactivating SymbiLogic™:
¾¾ Slide the controller to the right to activate SymbiLogic™.
99 Once the switch is in position
, SymbiLogic™ is activated.
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¾¾ Slide the controller to the left to deactivate SymbiLogic™.
99 Once the switch is in position
ed.
, SymbiLogic™ is deactivat-
Selecting a location:
¾¾ Activate the location field by tapping.
¾¾ In the selection field that appears, select the required location and
confirm your selection.
99 The location whose light conditions are to be mimicked by SymbiLogic™ is now selected.
13.5 DALI mapping submenu
The two C1 and C2 DALI interfaces of the Light Control Box are initially
assigned to the lighting channels numerically. For example, DALI interface
C2 corresponds to the lighting channel C2.
You can change this assignment in the DALI mapping submenu. You can
also assign both DALI interfaces to one lighting channel.
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Assigning a different lighting channel to a DALI interface:
¾¾ Tap to activate the light channel field of the DALI channel to which
another light channel is to be assigned.
¾¾ In the selection field that appears, select the required light channel
and confirm your selection.
99 The light channel is now assigned to the DALI channel.
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14 Settings via the 230 V button
Switch actuations are not transmitted to other Light Control Boxes via DALI.
If you want to trigger multiple Light Control Boxes connected via DALI with
a single switch, you must connect the switch in parallel on the Light Control
Boxes.
14.1 Button S1
The lighting can be switched on or off or dimmed using the S1 button.
14.1.1 Switching the lighting on/off
Switching the light on or off:
Prerequisites:
• The brightness is below the set target brightness
¾¾ Press the S1 button.
99 Depending on the previous status, the lighting switches on or off.
The Light Control Box switches to normal operation mode when
the button is pressed. If the brightness is above the target brightness, the light switches off again shortly after pressing the button.
14.1.2 Dim lighting
Adjusting the dimmer in one direction:
Prerequisites:
• The lighting is switched on.
¾¾ Press and hold the S1 button.
99 Lighting is dimmed.
The dimming process is interrupted as soon as you release the
button.
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The Light Control Box enters override mode during the dimming
process, which means the setting is not permanently saved.
Adjusting the dimmer in the other direction:
Prerequisites:
• The lighting is switched on
¾¾ Press and hold the S1 button.
99 The adjustment process starts, for example by increasing the
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brightness.
¾¾ Briefly release the S1 button and then press and hold it again.
99 The adjustment process switches direction, for example, the
brightness is reduced.
14.2 Button S2
Tapping the S2 button accesses the light scenes and dims the correlated
color temperature.
14.2.1 Accessing scenes
Tapping the S2 button retrieves the four stored light scenes. The scene that
is activated depends on how often you press the button within ten seconds:
The number of times you press the button corresponds to the scene number.
If you press the S2 button more than four times within 10 seconds, the scene count starts again. In other words, pressing the
button once or five times within 10 seconds activates scene 1.
After 10 seconds, previous button presses are reset, and the
count starts again.
Scenes and
SymbiLogic™
SymbiLogic™ is automatically deactivated when a scene is
accessed, as each scene simulates a constant correlated color
temperature.
14.2.2 Dimming the correlated color temperature
Dimming the colour temperature:
Prerequisites:
• The lighting is switched on.
¾¾ Press and hold the S2 button.
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The dimming process is interrupted as soon as you release the
button.
Changing the dimming direction:
¾¾ Press and hold the S2 button.
99 The colour temperature changes from warm to cold.
¾¾ Briefly release the button and then press and hold it again.
99 The colour temperature changes in reverse order from cold to
warm.
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Changes in the correlated color temperature are always saved and
are also used in normal operation mode.
15 Settings via DALI button
All Light Control Boxes can be controlled via external DALI buttons. The
DALI button is an external module that sends standard 16-bit commands
(IEC 62386-102:2009). It is connected to the DALI CO connection.
The following commands can be configured and executed via long or short
pressing of the button:
• Lighting channel on/off
• Lighting channel brightness dimming up/down
• Colour temperature dimming up/down
A DALI button module for scenes can also call up scenes.
15.1 List of DALI commands
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DALI commands (16 bits) Address
UP
Broadcast
UP
Group 15
UP
Group 0
UP
Group 1
DOWN
Broadcast
DOWN
Group 15
Description
All lighting channels adjust the
brightness upwards. No command
to DALI switches.
All switched-on lighting channels
adjust the colour temperature
upwards. No command to DALI
switches.
Channel 1 adjusts the brightness
upwards. No command to other
lighting channels or DALI switches.
Channel 2 adjusts the brightness
upwards. No command to other
lighting channels or DALI switches.
All lighting channels dim the
brightness. No command to DALI
switches.
All switched-on lighting channels
adjust the correlated color temperature downwards. No command to DALI switches.
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DALI commands (16 bits) Address
DOWN
Group 0
DOWN
Group 1
OFF
Broadcast
OFF
Group 15
OFF
Group 0
OFF
Group 1
OFF
Group 4
OFF
Group 5
RECALL MAX LEVEL
Broadcast
RECALL MAX LEVEL
Group 15
RECALL MAX LEVEL
Group 0
RECALL MAX LEVEL
Group 1
RECALL MAX LEVEL
Group 4
Description
Channel 1 dims the brightness.
No command to other lighting
channels or DALI switches.
Channel 2 dims the brightness.
No command to other lighting
channels or DALI switches.
All lighting channels and DALI
switches are switched off.
All switched-on lighting channels
adjust the colour temperature to
2700 K. No command to DALI
switches.
Channel 1 is switched off. No
command to other lighting channels or DALI switch.
Channel 2 is switched off. No
command to other lighting channels or DALI switch.
DALI switch full automation is
switched off. No command to
other lighting channels or DALI
switches with semi-automation.
DALI switch semi-automation is
switched off. No command to
other lighting channels or DALI
switches with full automation.
All lighting channels and DALI
switch are switched on.
All switched-on lighting channels
adjust the colour temperature to
6500 K. No command to DALI
switches.
Channel 1 is switched on. No
command to other lighting channels or DALI switch.
Channel 2 is switched on. No
command to other lighting channels or DALI switch.
DALI switch full automation is
switched on. No command to
other lighting channels or DALI
switches with semi-automation.
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DALI commands (16 bits) Address
Description
DALI switch semi automation
is switched on. No command to
Group 5
other lighting channels or DALI
switches with full automation.
Only for DALI button modules for scenes:
DALI switch
Switching on
GO TO SCENE
Command 16
GO TO SCENE
Command 17
GO TO SCENE
Command 1
GO TO SCENE
Command 19
0/
1/
2/
3/
Broadcast
Activate scene 1
Broadcast
Activate scene 2
Broadcast
Activate scene 3
Broadcast
Activate scene 4
16 Maintenance
The Light Control Box does not contain any components that require maintenance. The device can only be replaced as a complete unit.
16.1 Cleaning
NOTE!
Using the wrong cleaning products will damage the device!
¾¾ Use a lint-free cloth that is either dry or dampened with water.
16.2 Troubleshooting
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Problem solving
Fault
Cause/solution
Lighting is off
• Ambient light level is above the preset twilight switch value
• Lighting has been switched off manually
• The switch-off delay time has been set too
short
Lighting is switched
off during the hours of
darkness despite the
presence of persons
• Ambient light level is above the preset twilight switch value
• Lighting has been switched off manually
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Fault
Cause/solution
• The switch-off delay time has not yet
elapsed.
• Fault display due to animals.
• There are moving objects within the field of
detection, such as curtains next to an open
window.
• There are sources of thermal interference
within the field of detection, e.g. heating or
air-conditioning.
Detector does not
respond.
• Lack of power supply; check the mains
voltage.
The controlled brightness does not match
the specified light
target value
• The interior design (e.g. a darker carpet
directly underneath the detector) can result
in the detector or light sensors receiving too
much or too little reflected light.
• Solution:
A. If you use lights with light sensors, calibrate the light sensors. The light sensors
can be calibrated using the remote control
(see Chapter “Calibration” page 47) or
using the app (see Chapter “Configuring via
light sensors” page 91).
B. If light measurement is performed by the
DALI detector:
1. Use a lux meter to measure the brightness in the area around the light.
2. Compare the brightness value with the
specified light target value.
3. Adjust the sensitivity of the detector
using the remote control function "Detector
Light Factor" (Chapter 8.16). If the controlled brightness is too low, the light factor
must be reduced.
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Lighting does not
switch off or lighting
switches on spontaneously when no persons are present.
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Technical data
17 Technical data
Mains voltage
Rated output
Stand-by consumption
Permissible ambient
temperature
Approx. dimensions
Installation type
Terminal
Interfaces
Operating interfaces
230 V ~/50 Hz
10–130 W (130 W: maximum value when connecting four lights)
<4W
0 °C to +40°C
468 * 226 * 50 mm
Ceiling mounting, wall mounting, installation
2.5 mm2 /1.5 mm2
ESYLUX Light Control, DALI:
Only models CU- to KNX: ESYLUX Light Control,
DALI, KNX
All models: Infrared, connection for button
Models CU-ELC Box TW DALI BT:
Infrared, connection for push button, Bluetooth
Interface for connecting DALI
presence detectors
Steel, galvanised
Housing material
Weight
3 kg
Protection type
Protection class
Connectable lights: Colour temperature
Energy efficiency class
Conformity
IP 20
I
2700–6500 K (tunable white)
A++ to A
CE, RoHS, WEEE
Technical and design features may be subject to change.
The power output may deviate from the specified value by +/- 10%.
18 Disposal
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As the owner, you are required by law to correctly dispose of used devices.
Contact your local town council for more information.
19 EC-declaration of conformity
We hereby declare that the design and construction of the devices listed
under 1.4 and the way in which we have brought them onto the market
comply with the relevant fundamental health and safety requirements determined by the EU Directive. This declaration shall cease to have effect in
the case of any change made to the devices without our agreement.
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ESYLUX MANUFACTURER’S GUARANTEE
20 ESYLUX MANUFACTURER’S GUARANTEE
ESYLUX products are tested in accordance with applicable regulations and
manufactured with the utmost care. The guarantor, ESYLUX Deutschland
GmbH, Postfach 1840, 22908 Ahrensburg, Germany (for Germany) or the
relevant ESYLUX distributor in your country (visit www.esylux.com for a
complete overview) provides a guarantee against manufacturing/material
defects in ESYLUX devices for a period of three years from the date of manufacture.
This guarantee is independent of your legal rights with respect to the seller
of the device.
The guarantee does not apply to natural wear and tear, changes/interference caused by environmental factors or damage in transit, nor to damage
caused as a result of failure to follow the user or maintenance instructions
and/or as a result of improper installation. Any illuminants or batteries supplied with the device are not covered by the guarantee.
The guarantee can only be honoured if the device is sent back to the guarantor with the invoice/receipt, unchanged, packed and with sufficient postage, along with a brief description of the fault, as soon as a defect has been
identified.
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If the guarantee claim proves justified, the guarantor will, within a reasonable period, either repair the device or replace it. The guarantee does not
cover further claims; in particular, the guarantor will not be liable for damages resulting from the device’s defectiveness. If the claim is unfounded
(e.g. because the guarantee has expired or the fault is not covered by the
guarantee), then the guarantor may attempt to repair the device for you for
a fee, keeping costs to a minimum.
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