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Sense & Control

We all like it when things happen the way we want without us having to think about it. Thanks to the great technical advancement of recent years, it is now possible for new devices to sense and understand our needs and subsequently modify our environment and many of the things in it. The same applies to lighting. The best control system is the one that is invisible and just works; the one we never really think about.

To accomplish this, there are many sensors to measure light intensity, light type, and the presence of people, according to which lighting is switched, dimmed, or altered in some way.

Yet there are times when we still want or need to take charge, meaning manual control is a necessary option for even the most innovative automated system. Wireless or wired, controlled by computer, tablet, or smartphone, or simply by a wall switch, iLumTech offers several smart possibilities that provide all the required and desired features for automated lighting control.

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SAVE ON INVESTMENT COSTS iLumTech controls and sensors are generally supplied ready to take a universal and active part in any DALI installation. They offer several functions within one device meaning there is no need to buy additional equipment.

EASY INSTALLATION

All iLumTech Sense & Control devices are designed to be incorporated into existing or new DALI installations with minimal setup and configuration.

DeeBridge and BlueBridge will address your DALI installation for you.

SAVE TIME

Significant time savings can be achieved for all types of installation and project as system addressing and commissioning can be done in just a few minutes.

SAVE ENERGY

Sensors save energy by enabling lighting to be used as needed – no more, no less. What’s more, iLumTech sensors have little to no power consumption.

SAVE ON MAINTENANCE COSTS iLumTech devices enable easy commissioning and control using a single device without the user needing knowledge of DALI installation principles. This reduces both installation and maintenance costs as tasks that must normally be carried out by electricians and installers can now be done by the user directly.

THE FREEDOM TO MOVE iLumTech control devices are mainly built around mobile platforms allowing users the freedom to move throughout an installation. It also means a user can commission the system alone, without needing anyone else to help.

FULL LIGHTING CONTROL iLumTech’s Sense & Control devices can understand every aspect of our lighting including light intensity and colour temperature because all lighting parameters are important to our health and wellbeing.

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Wireless controls

Wireless controls allow us to select and maintain the light we want without being tied to static interfaces. Instead, users can interface through their smartphones and tablets wherever they are. So easy, this is great for use in places where people are always coming and going.

DEEBRIDGE

An Ethernet to DALI bridge and easily operated user interface app for the control of luminaires in a DALI installation via an Ethernet network from a computer, tablet, or smartphone

Runs on Windows, Android, and iOS

Provides dimming, TW, and RGB control via buttons, sliders, lighting scenes, and schedules

Automatic commissioning

BLUEBRIDGE

A DALI control solution that control DALI installations via Bluetooth Low

Energy (4.1) from a tablet or smartphone

User-friendly Android and iOS app

Provides dimming, TW, and RGB control via buttons, sliders, lighting scenes, and schedules

DALI powered with push-to-connect DALI terminals make it easy to install.

Small dimensions and simple design ensure reliability

Automatic commissioning and smart switching function

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DeeBridge

An Ethernet to DALI bridge device with easily operated user interface app.

DeeBridge enables intuitive control of luminaires within a DALI installation via an Ethernet network from a computer, tablet, or smartphone. The device is housed in a standard 2U DIN box for easy installation in electrical switchboards.

SPECIFICATION AND TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

App runs on Windows, Android, and iOS

Mains biased using a 12 V external power supply (not included but available on request)

Standard or advanced automatic and manual TW and RGB control

Customisable static and dynamic lighting scenes, and schedules

Integrated web server for initial setting

Wireless control via Wi-Fi router

Fast DALI network scanning

Auto commissioning

Smart switching

Dimensions: 2U DIN rail box – 94 x 36 x 60 mm

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12 V DC

Power

Supply

12 V DC DALI

DeeBridge

Ethernet

DALI

Power Supply

N L

N L

WiFi Router

DALI

Controller

DALI

Luminaire

N L N L

DALI

Luminaire

T

W

DALI

Luminaire

N L

R

G B

Sensor

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Intuitive control from your personal devices

SETUP AND CONNECTION

DeeBridge requires initial IP address setting and setup via a web interface on a LAN-connected computer

The computer must be setup to connect to DeeBridge using a specified

TCP/IPv4 configuration

The first time you run the DeeBridge app or when you are unable to connect, it will automatically scan the sub-network for available

DeeBridge devices

You can save found devices with a name for easy future identification and connection

FAST SCANNING

The first time you run the DeeBridge app, it will rapidly scan the DALI network for its configuration

It can also commission a new or updated network itself, so there is no need to use external commissioning tools

LUMINAIRE SETUP

It is not possible for the app to differentiate between single colour, TW

Type 6, or RGB luminaires so the user must define this information

Select from one of first four displayed options to assign each luminaire its control type: BASIC (single colour with 1 address), TW COLD / WARM

(2 addresses), TW BRIGHT. / CCT (2 addresses), or RGB (3 addresses)

Type 7 switches and Type 8 colour control devices are automatically recognised, and only appropriate configuration options are displayed

The luminaire "list" can be checked and updated at any time

CONTROL METHODS

Broadcast: allows for control of all luminaires in the network at once using dimming and basic DALI commands via sliders or lighting scenes

Group – allows for control of selected luminaire groups via sliders and lighting scenes

Individual – allows for control of individual luminaires via sliders

Lighting scenes – allows for broadcast or group control using pre-defined or saved user-defined lighting parameters

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GROUP SETTING AND CONTROL

When setting up a new group, you will be asked to assign the group to a specific DeeBridge device

Select an icon and name for the group to aid easy identification

The selected group type will only show corresponding luminaires (e.g.,

RGB luminaires will be displayed when setting up an RGB group)

LIGHTING SCENES

Choose from a series of pre-defined lighting scenes or create your own

You can select an icon and name for your custom lighting scenes to make identification easier

SETTINGS AND CONFIGURATION FILES

Within the Settings section of the app, you can manage group configurations, edit the luminaire "list", clear the app configuration, and manage language options

It is possible to save the current DeeBridge configuration to a file that can be restored or moved to another smart device (via upload and download)

The screenshots shown are to illustrate the options and functionality of DeeBridge only. For a full explanation of what you can do with DeeBridge, please refer to the device User Guide downloadable from www.ilumtech.eu/download.

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BlueBridge

BlueBridge enables intuitive control of luminaires within a DALI installation via

BlueTooth Low Energy (4.1) from most Android tablets or smartphones (smart devices must be equipped with a BLE 4.0 or higher chipset and marked as

Bluetooth SmartReady). The device requires no external power supply and has small dimensions and simple construction, making it a reliable and very easy to install and use controller for DALI installations.

SPECIFICATION AND TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

User-friendly Android (4.4 or higher) and iOS app

DALI biased so no external power supply needed

Push-to-connect DALI terminals – easy to install and use

Fast DALI network scanning

Auto commissioning

Smart switching for automatic reconnection of Bluetooth devices within a network

DALI voltage: 12–25 V DC

DALI consumption: < 10 mA

System power: < 0.25 W

Current range: max. 1 mA

IEC class II

Dimensions: 50 x 35 x 15 mm

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DALI

BlueBridge

DALI

Power Supply

N L

DALI

Controller

DALI

Luminaire

N L N L

DALI

Luminaire

DALI

Luminaire

N L

Sensor

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Mobile control made easy

SETUP AND CONNECTION

Once the BlueBridge app is installed on your Bluetooth SmartReady

Android smartphone or tablet, simply search for the UUID of available

BlueBridge devices

Select the device you wish to use using the UUID and give it a name – the

UUID of your chosen device will be remembered to make reconnection easier and faster in future

You can always select a different BlueBridge if you are using multiple devices within a system

Only one smart device can connect to each BlueBridge at a time

An icon beside each BlueBridge identifier shows if you are connected

FAST SCANNING

The first time you run the BlueBridge app, it will rapidly scan the DALI network for its configuration

It can also commission a new or updated network itself, so there is no need to use external commissioning tools

LUMINAIRE SETUP

It is not possible for the app to differentiate between single colour, TW

Type 6, or RGB luminaires so the user must define this information

Select from one of first four displayed options to assign each luminaire its control type: BASIC (single colour with 1 address), TW COLD / WARM

(2 addresses), TW BRIGHT. / CCT (2 addresses), or RGB (3 addresses)

Type 7 switches and Type 8 colour control devices are automatically recognised, and only appropriate configuration options are displayed

The luminaire "list" can be checked and updated at any time

CONTROL METHODS

Broadcast: allows for control of all luminaires in the network at once using dimming and basic DALI commands via sliders or lighting scenes

Group – allows for control of selected luminaire groups via sliders and lighting scenes

Individual – allows for control of individual luminaires via sliders

Lighting scenes – allows for broadcast or group control using pre-defined or saved user-defined lighting parameters

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GROUP SETTING AND CONTROL

When setting up a new group, you will be asked to assign the group to a specific BlueBridge device

Select an icon and name for the group to aid easy identification

The selected group type will only show corresponding luminaires (e.g.,

RGB luminaires will be displayed when setting up an RGB group)

LIGHTING SCENES

Choose from a series of pre-defined lighting scenes or create your own

You can select an icon and name for your custom lighting scenes to make identification easier

SETTINGS AND CONFIGURATION FILES

Within the Settings section of the app, you can manage group configurations, edit the luminaire "list", clear the app configuration, and manage language options

It is possible to save the current BlueBridge configuration to a file that can be restored or moved to another smart device (via upload and download)

The screenshots shown are to illustrate the options and functionality of BlueBridge only. For a full explanation of what you can do with BlueBridge, please refer to the device User Guide downloadable from www.ilumtech.eu/download.

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Fast scanning, auto commissioning, and customisable settings

SCAN A FULL DALI

NETWORK IN ONLY

20 SECONDS

COMMISSION A FULL,

UNCONFIGURED DALI

NETWORK IN ONLY

4 MINUTES

OR

4 SECONDS

PER DEVICE

FAST SCANNING OF THE DALI NETWORK

Network scanning is now carried out directly in the DeeBridge or BlueBridge device, so there is no need for additional communication between the devices and their apps. As a result, scanning is much faster than before, approximately 20 seconds for a full DALI network of 64 devices.

AUTO COMMISSIONING

After scanning of the DALI network, the app will automatically recognise which DALI devices have no address, a duplicate address, or are ok. Then it will begin the commissioning process where every DALI device on the bus is assigned a suitable, individual address. How long the commissioning process takes depends on the number of DALI devices on the bus and their addressing status. The longest time will be taken to commission a new, unaddressed DALI installation with 64 devices. This can take up to four minutes; around four seconds per device.

PRESET AND CUSTOMISABLE LIGHTING SCENES

Lighting scenes are one of the preferred ways of control for DALI installations.

For this reason, the app includes a series of five pre-set scenes as well as the option to create up to four customised group lighting scenes to perfectly match the device possibilities of the network and user needs. Pre-set scenes cover dimming, TW, and RGB control.

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L ig ht i n te nsi t y

Colour temperature

ACTIVATING cool white (CCT 6500 K)

Colour temperature

RELAXING warm white (CCT 2700 K)

BASIC AND HUMAN CENTRIC SCHEDULES

Both DeeBridge and BlueBridge include real-time clock modules that enable the creation of up to four customised, scheduled lighting sequences. Schedules function on a weekly basis and allow for independent activation for each day of the week, and provide basic functions as well as more advanced TW and

RGB control. There is also the possibility to create Human Centric schedules that utilise smooth transitions of TW light. Each schedule can have up to thirty time stamps and so offer a wide scope for creation of detailed lighting sequences. As the real-time clock module is integrated directly within the

DeeBridge and BlueBridge devices, schedules function even if the apps are not running. When the app is started again, the device and app are automatically synchronised. In the case of the BlueBridge device, a backup power supply ensures that the clock module remains active for two hours after power loss, such as during a power cut.

SENSOR AND CONTROL DEVICE SUPPORT

Sensors have become an essential part of every smart lighting installation. To fully support ecological lighting, we have included support for sensors in the

DeeBridge and BlueBridge apps. Users can configure and activate iLumTech light intensity, CCT, and movement sensors simply via the app and then incorporate them into existing groups. And for those times when manual control is required, it is possible to configure iLumTech DALI Input Units using the easy interface inside the app.

FIRMWARE UPDATES

We are always adding new features to our DeeBridge and BlueBridge devices.

Many of these features are based on firmware rather than hardware updates.

We offer free firmware updates so that customers can always benefit from the latest functions. The DeeBridge or BlueBridge app will automatically notify users of any available firmware updates. Firmware files are included in the apps, so there is no need for uncomfortable file browsing.

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Wired controls

The simplest method of controlling your lighting is through static interfaces. For many applications such as small offices, meeting rooms, and even our homes, this is still the most suitable and easiest to implement and use option. From switches to touch panels, the light you want is at your fingertips.

DALI INPUT UNIT

A DALI compatible interface designed to control DALI luminaires via standard on-off devices such as switches, sensors, timers, etc.

Small size and integrated PCB make it easy to install directly behind switches and other switching devices

DALI powered with up to 4 universal binary (2-state) inputs

DLS PANEL II

A 7” touchscreen display control panel with simple GUI for TW and RGB control of DALI luminaires

Can be connected to sensors and up to three DALI buses

DALI Type 8 compatible

Provides manual or automatic dimming, TW and RGB control via direct regulation, schedules, customisable lighting scenes, and customisable dynamic lighting scenes such as daylight simulation

DALI 4x RELAY

A DALI compatible relay device that enables the independent switching of up to four non-DALI devices (luminaires and others) via a DALI interface

One DALI address per contact (DALI device Type 7 compatible:

EN 62386-208)

Includes a push button manual interface for testing

DALI / USB BRIDGE

A user-friendly, USB powered tool for the setup and commissioning of

DALI networks

Supports DALI standards for device types 1, 6, 7, and 8

Supports all iLumTech DALI devices

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DALI Input Unit

A fully DALI compatible interface that allows for the incorporation of any type of standard switch, button, timer, sensor, or other switching device into a

DALI network. The Input Unit is a small, pre-wired, encapsulated PCB module suitable for inclusion in all standard back boxes together with a suitable mains rated switch. The Input Unit can be used to switch on/off, dim, and even control TW and RGB luminaires.

SPECIFICATION AND TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

DALI biased (only one DALI Power Supply may be used) with up to four inputs to support four DALI addresses

Universal binary (2-state) input with DALI output

Pre-set configuration that can be reprogrammed on request

User-defined reaction to combination of long (> 1 s) and short (< 1 s) presses using static, direct level, or toggle commands

DALI voltage: 12–25 V DC

DALI consumption: < 9 mA

Inputs: Voltage range open 5 V DC, closed max. 0.3 V DC

Current range: max. 1 mA

Dimensions: 27 x 20 x 4 mm

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DALI

DALI

Power Supply

DALI

Input Unit

+ + + +

Input 1

N L

Input 2

Input 3

Input 4

COM

DALI

Controller

DALI

Luminaire

N L N L

DALI

Luminaire

DALI

Luminaire

N L

Sensor

WIRE APPLICATION

Brown DALI bus

Red DALI bus

Orange COM

Yellow Input 4

Green Input 3

Blue Input 2

Purple Input 1

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Use and configuration

The DALI Input Unit is designed for use with standard push buttons (“push to make” push button switches) that create a short circuit when pressed.

The length of the press determines the commands actuated by the device based on the counting of the duration of the detected short circuit. A short press is defined as a short circuit lasting for a period of less than one second.

This sends a single command such as ON or OFF. A long press is defined as a short circuit lasting for a period longer than one second. It is possible to configure long presses to send single commands or repeat commands such as UP and DOWN for dimming.

CONFIGURATION

The DALI Input Unit is supplied with default configuration (see table below) but can be reconfigured by the user allowing them to define what commands short and long presses represent (see the table on the opposite page). A command repetition rate of once per 0, 0.15, 0.3, 0.45, 0.6, 0.75, 0.9, or 1.05 seconds can also be set, with selection of 0 seconds disabling the repeat sending of commands. A shorter repeat rate means that brightness will increase or decrease faster in line with the programmed fade rate of the used driver(s).

This applies to both smooth and incremental brightness changes.

LUMINAIRE, GROUP, AND NETWORK CONTROL

Each of the four inputs to the DALI Input Unit can be configured to control a single DALI luminaire, a defined DALI group (up to 16 groups containing no more than 64 DALI luminaires in total), or to send broadcast commands to an entire DALI network (up to 64 DALI luminaires).

2

3

4

DEFAULT CONFIGURATION SETTINGS

Input

1

Address

Broadcast

Short press Long press

Recall max. level (ON) UP

Broadcast

Group 1

Group 1

OFF DOWN

Recall max. level (ON) UP

OFF DOWN

It is not possible to increase or decrease brightness while the device is OFF using the UP / DOWN or STEP UP / STEP DOWN commands. However, the

ON AND STEP UP and STEP DOWN AND OFF commands also incorporate

"switching" on and off.

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STANDARD COMMANDS

Command Action

Recall max. level (ON)

Recall min. level (ON)

OFF

UP

DOWN

STEP UP

STEP DOWN

ON AND STEP UP

STEP DOWN AND OFF

“switch” on to maximum brightness level defined by driver

"switch" on to minimum brightness level defined by driver

“switch” off smooth increase of brightness smooth decrease of brightness incremental increase of brightness incremental decrease of brightness recall min. level (if switched off) and incremental increase of brightness incremental decrease of brightness and OFF (if min. level reached)

TOGGLE COMMANDS

Toggle commands are like 2in1 commands because they allow you to use the same button for two actions. For example, a single short press could mean ON, and a second short press OFF. It is also possible to use other commands combinations. A third press will repeat the same operation as the first, and the fourth press the same as the second, etc.

Command Action

Recall max. level (ON) / OFF first press “switch” on / second press “switch” off

MAX. LEVEL / MIN. LEVEL select maximum brightness / select minimum brightness

SCENE X / SCENE Y select scene X / select scene Y

SPECIAL TUNABLE WHITE COMMANDS

There are several commands for use specifically with DALI Type 8 Tunable

White devices to change CCT values according to defined parameters.

Command

DT8 – CCT 2700 K

DT8 – CCT 3500 K

DT8 – CCT 4500 K

DT8 – CCT 6000 K

DT8 – Step Warmer

DT8 – Step Cooler

Action modifies the CCT of controlled luminaires to 2700 K modifies the CCT of controlled luminaires to 3500 K modifies the CCT of controlled luminaires to 4500 K modifies the CCT of controlled luminaires to 6000 K modifies the CCT of controlled luminaires to the next warmest setting modifies the CCT of controlled luminaires to the next coolest setting

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DLS Panel II

A 7” capacitative TFT anti-glare, 262,000 colour touch panel device with easy GUI for the control of TW or RGB luminaires. Users can use pre-set lighting scenes or create their own. Automatic control can be overridden by manual control at any time. It is possible to connect sensors to increase the intelligence of the installation using motion and ambient lighting parameters sensing. DLS Panel II can control up to three DALI lines and so it suitable for the control of larger installations. DALI Type 8 device compatible.

SPECIFICATION AND TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

Supports up to 192 DALI Type 8 devices (96 TW or 64 RGB Type 6)

Mains biased via internal 12 V DC power supply

3 independent DALI lines – one internally powered

Automatic and manual control options

Pre-set dynamic lighting scenes and customisable static and dynamic lighting scenes, and schedules

Can be connected to motion and ambient light sensors

Password protection, screen savers, and energy saving mode

Input: 12 V DC

Power consumption: max. 9 W

Memory: 256 MB SDRAM / 128 MB NAND FLASH

Networking: LAN, 3 x DALI (1 x DALI internally powered – 250 mA)

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N L

DALI

Int.

DPS

DLS

Panel II

DALI

DALI

Power Supply

N L

N L

DALI

Luminaire

N L

DALI

Luminaire

DALI

Power Supply

N L

DALI

Luminaire

N L

Sensor

Sensor

Sensor

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Setting the right scene

OPERATIONAL MODES

Tunable White with ambient sensor (closed loop)

Tunable White without a sensor

(open loop)

RGB

GENERAL SETTINGS

Date and time

Screen and screensaver

Touch panel sensitivity and cleaning mode

System modification and new initialisation of DALI networks

Security settings and customisable password protection

Ethernet communication – DLS

Panel II has its own IP address or can operate using any static IP address

FAST SCANNING

Automatic fast scanning and addressing can be carried out simply by selecting “Scan” on the screen.

Afterwards, users can create groups by selecting and assigning luminaires as required.

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CONTROL MODES

Manual – direct control of colour intensity, colour temperature, colour hue, colour saturation, and light intensity of luminaires

Preset static – Tunable White or

RGB scenes

Custom static – Tunable White or

RGB scenes

Preset dynamic – Tunable White

DAYLIGHT, ACTIVATE, and

MOVING sequences

Custom dynamic – customisable sequences with automated changes of lighting parameters using timers, schedules, and groups

SENSORS

DLS Panel II can be used with the

Tridonic MSensor 02.

The screenshots shown are to illustrate the options and functionality of DLS Panel II only. For a full explanation of what you can do with DLS Panel II, please refer the device User Guide.

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DALI 4x Relay

A DALI compatible relay device that enables the independent switching of up to four non-DALI devices (luminaires and others) via a DALI interface. The device includes integrated push buttons for manual control and testing of each relay as well as five indicator LEDs. Upon powering of the device, a short internal test sequence is initiated, after which the device functions in Normal

Mode awaiting DALI commands. The device is housed in a standard DIN box for easy installation.

SPECIFICATION AND TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

Four independent relay contacts

One DALI address per contact (DALI device Type 7: EN 62386-208)

10 A maximum switching current per contact

Push button manual interface for testing

Mains supply: 220–240 V AC / 50–60 Hz

System power: max. 6 W

DALI consumption: < 2 mA

Insulation: 4 kV

IP 20

Dimensions: 4U DIN rail box – 90 x 71 x 58 mm

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DALI 4x Relay

1

2

3

4

N L

DALI

DALI

Power Supply

N L

DALI

Device

Non-DALI Luminaire

Locking System

Fan / AC System

Other Non-DALI Device

.....

Phase

3

Phase

2

Phase

1

N

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DALI / USB Bridge

A control and configuration device that connects a DALI bus to any computer equipped with a USB port. Housed in an easy to transport USB stick, the device allows for the setup and configuation of operating parameters defined by the DALI standard, and the operating parameters of iLumTech DALI devices.

The small form factor of the device along with its simple electronic design make it an effective, reliable, and easy-to-use solution for the setting of DALI networks.

SPECIFICATION AND TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

User-friendly tool for the setup and commissioning of DALI networks

Application runs on Window

Housed in an easy to transport USB stick

Simple and reliable electronic design

Functions independently of the DALI network – USB powered

Supports DALI standards for device types 1, 6, 7, and 8

Supports all iLumTech DALI devices

DALI input current: < 2 mA

USB input current: < 10 mA

Voltage at USB input: 5 V DC

Dimensions: 70 x 23 x 20 mm

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DALI

DALI / USB

Bridge

DALI

Power Supply

N L

Windows

PC

DALI

Controller

N L

DALI

Luminaire

DALI

Luminaire

N L N L

DALI

Luminaire

Sensor

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Sensors

The most effective and efficient lighting systems use sensors.

This is because sensors allow lighting to adapt to real-time needs such as occupancy of a space, movement of vehicles, and the amount of natural lighting available. Sensors can be used alone to control an installation, as well as combined with other controls such as programmable interfaces to provide the very best system autonomy.

DALI AMBIENT SENSOR

A sensor to measure ambient illuminance [lx] and CCT [K] parameters to enable maintenance of desired values

Passive mode measures parameter values for use in centralised regulation

Active mode both measures parameters and directly control luminaires

DALI AMBIENT SENSOR OUTDOOR

An IP50 sensor to measure ambient illuminance [lx] and CCT [K] parameters to enable maintenance of desired values

Passive mode measures parameter values for use in centralised regulation

Active mode both measures parameters and directly control luminaires

ENERGY HARVESTING AMBIENT SENSOR

An energy harvesting sensor to measure ambient illuminance [lx] and

CCT [K] parameters to enable maintenance of desired values

Communicates wirelessly via Bluetooth Low Energy (4.1)

Powered by a PV cell – no wiring is needed and very easy to install

DALI LM SENSOR 01

A combined ambient illuminance [lx] and motion sensor

Possible to operate in motion only, ambient illuminance only, or combined sensing modes

DALI LP SENSOR 01

A combined ambient illuminance [lx] and presence sensor

Possible to operate in presence only, ambient illuminance only, or combined sensing modes

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DALI Ambient Sensor

The DALI Ambient Sensor measures ambient illuminance (lux [lx]) and

Correlated Colour Temperature (Kelvins [K]) parameters. It can be used for only illuminance, only CCT, or dual sensing. The sensor can operate as a simple sensor with its data being processed by another device on the same

DALI bus (passive mode), or as a combined sensor and control device to regulate the lux and CCT parameters of DALI addressed Tunable White luminaires (active mode).

SPECIFICATION AND TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

Measures illuminance in the range of 100–30,000 lx, and CCT in the range of 2500–8000 K

Biasing, communication, and configuration via the DALI bus

Measurement runs automatically using automatic range switching

Can control 2-channel (warm/cold), 2-channel (lx/CCT), and DALI Type 8 luminaires in parallel.

DALI voltage: 12–25 V DC

DALI consumption: < 9 mA

Weight: 40 g

Dimensions: ø 50 x 64 mm – ceiling opening ø 40 mm

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DALI

DALI

Ambient

Sensor

DALI

Power Supply

N L

DALI

Controller

DALI

Luminaire

N L

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DALI Ambient Sensor

Outdoor

The IP50 DALI Ambient Sensor measures ambient illuminance (lux [lx]) and

Correlated Colour Temperature (Kelvins [K]) parameters. It can be used for only illuminance, only CCT, or dual sensing. The sensor can operate as a simple sensor with its data being processed by another device on the same

DALI bus (passive mode), or as a combined sensor and control device to regulate the lux and CCT parameters of DALI addressed Tunable White luminaires (active mode).

SPECIFICATION AND TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

Measures illuminance in the range of 100–30,000 lx, and CCT in the range of 2500–8000 K

Biasing, communication, and configuration via the DALI bus

Measurement runs automatically using automatic range switching

Can control 2-channel (warm/cold), 2-channel (lx/CCT), and DALI Type 8 luminaires in parallel

Outdoor-ready IP 50

DALI voltage: 12–25 V DC

DALI consumption: < 9 mA

Dimensions: 110 x 85 x 55 mm – distance between key hole openings

93 mm

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DA LI

DALI

Ambient

Sensor

Outdoor

(Reference)

DA LI

DALI

Ambient

Sensor

(Regulation)

DALI

Power Supply

N L

DALI

Controller

DALI

Luminaire

N L

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Energy Harvesting Ambient

Sensor

The Energy Harvest Ambient Sensor measures ambient illuminance (lux [lx]) and Correlated Colour Temperature (Kelvins [K]) parameters. It can be used for only illuminance, only CCT, or dual sensing. The sensor can operate as a simple sensor with its data being processed by another device on the same DALI bus

(passive mode), or as a combined sensor and control device to regulate the lux and CCT parameters of DALI addressed Tunable White luminaires (active mode). Regulation and configuration of TW luminaires are possible using

BlueBridge and its app.

SPECIFICATION AND TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

Measures illuminance in the range of 100–12,000 lx, and CCT in the range of 2500–8000 K

Biasing via PV cell; no wiring needed and simple to install

Communication and configuration via wireless Bluetooth Low Energy (4.1)

Measurement runs automatically using automatic range switching

Due to the energy harvesting biasing circuit, the measurement period can be up to 20 seconds depending on ambient light parameters

Can control 2-channel (warm/cold), 2-channel (lx/CCT), and DALI Type 8 luminaires in parallel.

Dimensions: 40 x 40 x 20 mm

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DALI

BlueBridge

DALI

Power Supply

N L

DALI

Controller

DALI

Luminaire

N L

EHA

Sensor

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DALI LM Sensor 01

A recessed DALI compatible device that combines an ambient light sensor that can sense ambient illuminance levels (lux [lx[), and a PIR-based motion detector. Each sensor can be independently configured. The ambient light sensor allows for the setting of illumination levels for both movement and no-movement states. The PIR sensor allows for the definition of a luminaire address (individual or group) and delay period before entering a no-movement state. The sensor can operate as a simple sensor with its data being processed by another device on the same DALI bus (passive mode), or as a combined sensor and control device (active mode) capable of direct regulation of luminaires to configured illumination levels using DALI commands.

SPECIFICATION AND TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

Motion detection range up to 4 m; detection angle of 90º

Measures illuminance in the range of 10–1000 lx

Biasing, communication, and configuration via the DALI bus

Setting via DALI/USB Bridge, DeeBridge, or BlueBridge

Manually or DALI configurable parameters including lux levels and delays

Single-point calibration

DALI consumption: < 5 mA

IP20

IEC class II

Weight: 40 g

Dimensions: ø 50 x 64 mm – ceiling opening ø 40 mm

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DALI

DALI LM

Sensor 01

DALI

Power Supply

N L

DALI

Controller

DALI

Luminaire

N L

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DALI LP Sensor 01

A recessed DALI compatible device that combines an ambient light sensor that can sense ambient illuminance levels (lux [lx[), and a microwave presence sensor that can sense the absence or presence of people. Each sensor can be independently configured. The ambient light sensor allows for the setting of illumination levels for both movement and no-movement states. The microwave sensor allows for the definition of a luminaire address (individual or group) and delay period before entering a no-presence state. The combined sensor device can operate as a simple sensor with its data being processed by another device on the same DALI bus (passive mode), or as a combined sensor and control device (active mode) capable of direct regulation of luminaires to configured illumination levels using DALI commands.

SPECIFICATION AND TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

Presence / absence detection range up to 4 m; detection angle of 90º

Biasing, communication, and configuration via the DALI bus

Setting via DALI/USB Bridge, DeeBridge, or BlueBridge

Manually or DALI configurable parameters including lux levels and delays

Single-point calibration

DALI consumption: < 5 mA

IP20

IEC class II

Weight: 40 g

Dimensions: ø 50 x 64 mm – ceiling opening ø 40 mm

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DALI

DALI LP

Sensor 01

DALI

Power Supply

N L

DALI

Controller

N L

DALI

Luminaire

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Tunable White controls

Tunable White is becoming commonplace in modern lighting.

It offers the possibility to adapt the colour of white light to need, mood, or preference, and enables the implementation of human centric daylight simulation. We provide a range of small

Tunable White modules that make it easier and more effective than ever before to incorporate Tunable White functionality into your luminaires, and so into your lighting system.

TUNABLE WHITE CONTROLS

DALI TW TYPE 6

A DALI Type 6 extension module for standard DALI LED drivers that enables TW control

Mains powered

DALI TW TYPE 8

A DALI Type 8 extension module for standard DALI LED drivers that enables TW control

Mains powered

MANUAL TW 01

An extension module that allows for simple TW control using fixed position push buttons for smooth and incremental regulation

No DALI bus required

Powered from the connected LED driver

MANUAL TW 02

An extension module that allows for simple TW control using variably positioned push buttons for smooth and incremental regulation

No DALI bus required

Powered from the connected LED driver

STANDARD TUNABLE WHITE COMPARED TO iLumTech’S TRUE TUNABLE WHITE

Standard Tunable White luminaires require the use of two independent power True Tunable White uses only one power supply for both LED arrays, which sources to supply separate warm and cold white LED arrays. Efficiencies are dependent on the selected CCT with the warmest or coldest settings performing best. It is difficult to combine such CCT control with dimming.

Such luminaires have a bigger BoM and lower reliability.

provides consistent efficiency across the entire CCT range. It is easy to combine true Tunable White control with dimming. This type of regulation makes it possible to offer advanced control options – through DALI or using manual push buttons. Such luminaires have a smaller BoM and higher reliability.

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DALI TW Type 6

An extension unit that can be added to standard 1 dimmable DALI LED drivers to provide TW functionality. DALI compatible for Type 6 (LED driver) devices, it provides a simple way to regulate CCT using standard LED drivers and

DALI controllers through direct light intensity and CCT level control, group addressing, and scenes. Its open frame design and small dimensions make it easy to install directly inside luminaires.

SPECIFICATION AND TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

Standard 1 DALI LED driver required for dimming control

DALI Type 6 devices use two DALI addresses: brightness and CCT

Supports use of a wide range of lighting scenes

Mains biased

System power: < 200 mW

DALI consumption: < 2 mA

Output voltage: 30–180 V

Output current: 0–3 A

Output power: up tp 150 W

IEC class II

Dimensions: 94 x 45 x 26 mm

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DALI

LED DRIVER

N L

DALI TW Module Type 6

DALI

INTERNAL

DALI

EXTERNAL

COLD white LEDs

WARM white LEDs

DALI

LUMINAIRE

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DALI TW Type 8

An extension unit that can be added to standard DALI LED drivers to provide

TW control through a DALI interface. DALI compatible for Type 8 (colour control) devices, it provides a simple way to regulate CCT via DALI using standard LED drivers and DALI controllers through direct light intensity and

CCT level control, group addressing, and scenes. Its open frame design and small dimensions make it easy to install directly inside luminaires.

SPECIFICATION AND TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

Standard 1 DALI LED driver required for dimming control

DALI Type 8 devices use one DALI address for brightness and CCT

Supports use of a wide range of lighting scenes

Mains biased

System power: < 200 mW

DALI consumption: < 2 mA

Output voltage: 30–180 V

Output current: 0–3 A

Output power: up to 150 W

IEC class II

Dimensions: 94 x 45 x 26 mm

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N L

DALI

LED DRIVER

N L

DALI TW Module Type 8

DALI

INTERNAL

DALI

EXTERNAL

COLD white LEDs

WARM white LEDs

DALI

LUMINAIRE

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Manual TW 01

A simple interface that allows for TW control of luminaires without the need for connection to a DALI bus. Module 01 comes with push buttons in a fixed location and is especially suitable for incorporation into track luminaires.

SPECIFICATION AND TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

Facilitates push button CCT control by altering the current output ratio provided to warm and cold LED modules

Fixed position of the buttons on the luminaire

Biased by standard LED drivers – FIX, 1–10 V, and DALI

Smooth CCT regulation using long presses (> 1 s) of the push buttons

Discreet, incremental CCT regulation using short presses (< 1 s) of the push buttons

Last used settings stored in memory after 10 seconds and recalled upon switching on again

Input voltage (Vin terminal): 25–56 V DC

Output voltage (LED W, LED C terminal): 25–56 V DC

Module consumption: < 15 mW

Output current: up to 1.5 A

Dimensions: 60 x 45 x 15 mm

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LED DRIVER

MANUAL TW MODULE 01

COOL white LEDs

WARM white LEDs

LUMINAIRE

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Manual TW 02

A simple interface that allows for TW control of luminaires without the need for connection to a DALI bus. Module 02 comes with push buttons that can be flexibly positioned and is especially suitable for incorporation into track luminaires.

SPECIFICATION AND TECHNICAL PARAMETERS

Facilitates push button CCT control by altering the current output ratio provided to warm and cold LED modules

Flexible position of the buttons on the luminaire

Biased by standard LED drivers – FIX, 1–10 V, and DALI

Smooth CCT regulation using long presses (> 1 s) of the push buttons

Discreet, incremental CCT regulation using short presses (< 1 s) of the push buttons

Last used settings stored in memory after 10 seconds and recalled upon switching on again

Input voltage (Vin terminal): 25–70 V DC

Output voltage (LED W, LED C terminal): 25–70 V DC

Module consumption: < 15 mW

Output current: up to 1.5 A

Dimensions: 42 x 34 x 15 mm

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LED DRIVER

MANUAL TW MODULE 02

COOL white LEDs

WARM white LEDs

LUMINAIRE

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What is DALI?

DALI is an international standard for professional digital lighting and a worldwide registered trademark, and is considered the most flexible and reliable control system for innovative lighting solutions. It is a worldwide standard, specified by the International Electrotechnical

Commission (IEC). The DALI protocol is set out in the technical standard

IEC 62386.

DEVICES USED IN A DALI SYSTEM

Control gear: provides a power control circuit to drive light sources.

Control device: provides information to other control devices and can send commands to control gears.

a) Input device: provides some information to the system such as a button press or movement detection.

b) Application controller: provides commands and works as a decisionmakers in a DALI system (sends commands to control gears to modify the light output).

Bus power supplies: allow for both communication on the bus and supply power to any bus-powered DALI device. At least one bus power supply must be present in a DALI system (can be part of another device or a separate unit).

Bus wires: connect the DALI terminals of devices in the system.

Other devices: configuration tools, DALI interfaces, etc.

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GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

The standard specifies general requirements for:

101: the system,

102: control gears,

103: control devices (upcoming in the DALI 2 standard).

The DALI standard defines the following devices and describes their particular requirements:

Device type 1: self-contained emergency lighting (202),

Device type 2: discharge lamps (203),

Device type 3: low voltage halogen lamps (204),

Device type 4: supply voltage controller for incandescent lamps (205),

Device type 5: conversion from digital signal into DC voltage (206),

Device type 6: LED modules (207),

Device type 7: switching function (208),

Device type 8: colour control (209).

The current DALI standard does not contain definition of control devices, which will be addressed in the upcoming DALI 2 standard in part 103: control devices. It will allow for use of single- and multi-masters, and define input devices, application controllers, timing and addressing modes, and commands to enable and disable application controllers, etc.

TECHNICAL BASICS

Technical boundaries:

a maximum of 64 devices per subnet (hub/router),

cabling no longer than 300 m,

devices can consume no more than 250 mA each.

Cabling benefits:

standard 2-core cabling (1.5 mm 2 ),

polarity free and free wiring topology,

DALI power and data on the same wires.

Digital benefits:

robust communication,

individual (64), group (16), and broadcast (all) control,

easy to change using software,

two-way communication (feedback).

Information sourced from www.dali-ag.org

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About iLumTech

iLumTech is a market-leading research and development company that blends technology, creativity, and engineering to help customers transform their ideas into world-class products and solutions that follow global trends, focus on energy efficiency and cost reduction, and ensure wellbeing for all. With almost 90 engineers, extensive expertise across optical, thermal, electronic, and mechanical engineering as well as software and hardware design, we are in a position to provide uniquely comprehensive services.

Located in the heart of Europe, we hold a unique position within the research and development field thanks to time-proven capabilities in luminaire, technology, and user experience design, and development and engineering for a wide variety of industries. We leverage this valuable skill set to help our customers create exceptional products, services, and experiences that drive their strategic growth.

It is our goal to become the preferred partner for customers wanting worldclass products and differentiated solutions based on our professional services, continued innovation, and use and development of cutting-edge technologies.

SERVICES

Turnkey full luminaire development

Optical design and laboratory services, and lens manufacture

Electronic design and laboratory services, DALI testing, and electronics manufacture

Hardware, firmware, software, and labware design

Industrial design and product promotion

Mechanical engineering

Thermal design and laboratory services

Prototyping and 3D printing

PRODUCT PORTFOLIO

Control and sensing devices for luminaires

Internet of Things devices

DALI PowerLine Communication

Optical components for the lighting industry

3in1 LED units for the lighting market

Street lighting management system

PROVIDING THE PERFECT SOLUTION IS NOT JUST OUR JOB.

IT IS OUR PASSION.

iLumTech Industries, s. r. o.

Čáčovská cesta 2709/4

Senica 905 01

Slovakia

Tel: +421 (0)34 694 0847

Email: [email protected]

www.ilumtech.eu

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