Master luminaire with LIGHTGATEplus

Master luminaire with LIGHTGATEplus
Master luminaire with
LIGHTGATEplus
Instruction manual
Service manual
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Instruction manual
Contents
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Page
Introduction
General functions
2
System luminaires and components
3
Function and operation
Operating modes
4
Operation
5
One-button control
6-7
Multiple-button control
8
Overall room control
10-11
Individual control with two luminaire groups
12-13
Offset control with two luminaire groups
and one sensor
14-17
Operation of up to 4 luminaire groups
18-20
Control without daylight-dependent operation
21-22
Operation of lighting system
with radio remote control (LGR-SC)
23-24
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Introduction
General functions
System luminaires and components
LIGHTGATEplus can be configured individually to operate the luminaires to suit your needs or requirements. All connected luminaires
(control gear units) must be equipped with a DALI interface (Digital
Addressable Lighting Interface).
Master luminaires
Master luminaires are prewired ready for connection and
equipped with an integrated
controller and sensor.
Additional sensors can be
connected. All connections for
the DALI interfaces and the
operating keys are connected
to easily accessible plug-in
terminals.
Daylight-dependent operation
The daylight-dependent operation reduces the energy consumption of
the lighting system. When there is daylight, the lighting is dimmed or
even possibly switched off.
With darkness falling, the dimmed lighting is automatically increased
again.
Uncontrolled operation
If necessary, the daylight-dependent operation can be deactivated by
manually dimming the lighting to a desired brightness. The intuitive
one-button control with a deactivation button offers a convenient option in this regard.
Presence detection
In many cases, an additional energy savings can be achieved by means
of presence detection. To this end, one or more presence sensors are
used. The sensors are designed in such a way that they identify even
slight movements (e.g. in an office).
Light scenes
The lighting system in a room can be divided in up to four separate
luminaire groups with the aid of LIGHTGATEplus. These can be set to
different levels of brightness.
Such “light scenes” can be saved and then reactivated.
We recommend using a radio remote control (e.g. LGR-SC) in many
cases for programming and activating the light scenes.
Controller luminaires
The setup of the controller
luminaires corresponds
for the most part with the setup of the master luminaires,
however, the sensor is to be
mounted externally. As an
alternative, a larger sensor
(Sensor LGS-RPL/S) can be
used, which also includes a
radio receiver for a radio remote control and is characterised by an increased sensitivity in the presence detection functionality.
Sensor luminaires
Sensor luminaires are system luminaires that are equipped with a
sensor and which can be used to expand the range of presence detection or for independent control of a second area (a second luminaire
group).
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Radio remote control
The LGS-RPL/S sensors additionally contain a radio
receiver for the radio remote control LGR-SC.
This provides additional control and
programming functions.
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Operating modes and control
Operating modes
Operation
Daylight-dependent operation
After being switched on the LIGHTGATEplus is usually in the
daylight-dependent operating mode (controlled operation),
the energy-saving mode of operation (provided a sensor is
connected and the daylight-dependent control is not deactivated).
Automatic operation
With LIGHTGATEplus a lighting system can be operated fully automatically, without switches and push-buttons. Implementing daylightdependent operation and presence detection (automatic operation,
see above) guarantees that there is always sufficient light available
whenever it is needed.
Uncontrolled operation
The LIGHTGATEplus generally switches to uncontrolled
operation when manual dimming is activated or when setting it to 100% operation or by activating a light scene. The
uncontrolled operating state is indicated by the LED which
is constantly illuminated in the sensor unit. The daylightdependent control remains deactivated until switched off
(exception: 100% operation invoked with mains switch).
After being switched back on, the control is active once
more.
Mains switch operation
In many cases, a mains switch alone is sufficient as control element
for a lighting system.
The following switch functions are possible:
100%
scene
Presence detection
The presence detection function is generally independent of
the light controller. Here it is possible to choose between
automatic operation and semi-automatic operation. The
turn-off delay can be adjusted between on minute and sixty
minutes or even deactivated when nobody is present, the
lighting system is switched to standby operation). In semiautomatic operation, re-starting is deactivated.
Standby
In order to be able to operate the LIGHTGATEplus system
using
push-buttons, it must be set to standby operation. This
results in a lower, but constant power consumption of
the lighting system (Technical Specifications, see Service
Manual, page 59).
Off
The mains switch can be used to disconnect the Lightgate
Plus system from the power supply in order to prevent a
slight energy usage due to standby losses.
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Switch
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
< 5 Sec.
off
OFF
100% 60 Min.
- The switch can be used to turn the lighting on and off.
-W
hen switching the lighting system on, this generally starts up in the
daylight-dependent operation mode.
-A
lighting system can be switched to uncontrolled operation with 100%
luminous flux being produced by briefly switching it off and back on within
five (5) seconds.
- This operating mode is limited to 60 minutes.
- During this time period, the presence detection function is deactivated.
-O
nce this period elapses, the system automatically switches back to daylightdependent operation.
-T
he daylight-dependent mode of operation can be reactivated at any time by
switching the system off and back on at an interval of more than five (5)
seconds.
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One-button control
The One-button control option provides more advance functions
compared to the mains switch. This is envisaged for all applications
of the LIGHTGATEplus System equipped with one, two, three or four
luminaire groups.
That includes push-button functions:
- Switching on and off,
- Dimming and brightening (group 1 and 2), and
- Switching the lighting system between daylight-dependent operation
and uncontrolled operation with 100% luminous flux.
Push-button functions
short
Brief press of button
Switch turning on/turning off the lighting system, when switching on, the lighting system is generally in daylight-dependent operating mode.
Note:
When operating in uncontrolled mode, the lighting system is switched off
by means of a brief press of the press-button. When the lighting system is
switched back on, it is generally in daylight-dependent operating mode.
short
off
long
long
short
short
brighter
double
double
long
double
Long press of button (hold)
Dimming and brightening the light of the lighting system with a long press of
the button. In this case, the daylight-dependent operation is deactivated.
Note:
Another long press of button reverses the dimming level.
With light switched off (in standby), a long press of the button has no effect.
off
darker
double
Push-buttons (Group 1 and 2)
short
long
short
off
short
long
double
100%
Double-click; (pressing two times in a row quickly)
Switch between daylight-dependent operation/uncontrolled operation with
100% by means of a double-click.
Note:
In case of uncontrolled operation with any dimming level, a double-click sets
the lighting system to daylight-dependent operation.
Another double-click returns the system to uncontrolled operating mode with
100% luminous flux in accordance with the main function.
With light switched off (in standby), a double-click has no effect.
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Multiple-button control
If there is a need for additional operating functions, a multiple-button
control with up to four push-buttons can be set up when connecting
the luminaire.
In doing so, the functions of the push-buttons are as follows:
Push-button
T1 (similar to one-button control)
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- Switching on/off with a short press of button
- Dimming with a long press of button
- Switching between daylight-dependent
controlled/ uncontrolled operation with a doubleclick
(for further information, see the following section on Application)
Push-button
T2 (when there is a second luminaire group) Schalter
- Other on/off functions
- Dimming and change-over functions
(see „Individual control of two luminaire groups“ and
„Offset control with two luminaire groups“)
Push-button T3 (switch-off function)
This function is used, e.g., for the central
short
deactivation of multiple lighting systems
off
in a building by the building superintendent.
Push-button T4 (light scene activation)
This function is used
short
short
off
to activate a preset light
without daylight-dependent scene
control. How to set a
light scene is describedin the Service manual. Pressing a push-button switches the lighting system on
while activating a light scene. Pressing the push-button again switches off the
lighting system. With the lighting system operating (controlled or uncontrolled,
apart from light scene) the press of a button also activates the light scene.
(for further information, see the following section on Application)
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Overall room control (control of one luminaire group)
Multiple-button control (with up to 3 push-buttons, see page 8-9).
In most applications, the overall lighting system is controlled as
one luminaire group with one light sensor depending on the level of
daylight.
Push-button T1 (similar to one-button control)
short
short
off
long
long
short
off
Sensor
brighter
darker
double
double
short
off
100%
Push-button T2 (without function)
Push-button T3 (central deactivation)
short
off
Push-button T4 (light scene)
The following operating modes are possible:
Automatic operation (see page 5)
Mains switch operation (see page 5)
short
short
scene
off
One-button control (see page 6)
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Push-button T1 (group 1)
Individual control of two luminaire groups
In rooms where there are very different levels of daylight incidence,
e.g. with considerable room depth, it is possible to set up two separately controlled luminaire groups. Two light sensors are needed for
controlling the luminaire groups separately. The setpoints are set
separately. The area controls dim and activate the lighting separately
from one another. The presence detection extends over both areas.
Push-button T2 (group 2)
short
short
off
long
long
short
off
Group 2
brighter
darker
double
double
short
off
Sensor
100%
Sensor
Group 1
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ush-button T1 activates and dims only group 1
(functions like one-button control)
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ush-button T2 activates and dims only group 2
(functions like one-button control)
Push-button T3 (central deactivation of group 1 + 2)
The following operating modes are possible:
Automatic operation (see page 5)
short
off
Mains switch operation (see page 5)
One-button control (see page 6)
Note:
With a long press of a button the dimming of both luminaire groups begins in
the currently set dimming value. If the dimming level (brighter or dimmer)
of both luminaire groups is different, the lighting system can be set to 100%
operation by means of a double-click. From there, both luminaire groups are
dimmed uniformly. (After turning off and back on, both groups start to operate
at 100%)
Multiple-button control (with up to 3 push-buttons, see page 8).
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Push-button T4 light scene group 1 + 2)
short
short
off
scene
- Push-button T3 switches off both luminaire groups (standby)
-P
ush-button T4 activates a light scene. The light values (uncontrolled) of
both luminaire groups can be set separately (see Service Manual).
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Offset control with two luminaire groups and
one light sensor
For the offset control the luminaires of the lighting system are divided
into two group, close to window and far away from window, however
controlled in relation to daylight with only one sensor.
This operating mode can be used in rooms having an average room
depth, where there is no need for a second sensor. In this case,
group 1 (far away from window) is always controlled via the light sensor. Group 2 (close to window) is dimmed together with group 1.
The difference (offset) between group 2 and group 1 is adjustable.
With daylight increasing group 2 is dimmed to the minimum and
remains there, until the group is switched off together with group 1
when there is sufficient daylight.
When daylight decreases, the offset value is automatically reduced
such that both groups of luminaires have the same dimming level
without daylight. Preset by the function of the LIGHTGATEplus system,
the group located away from the window must always be selected as
„group 1“ and the group close to the window “group 2”.
The following operating modes are possible:
Automatic operation (see page 5)
Mains switch operation (see page 5)
One-button control (see page 6)
Note:
With a long press of a button both luminaire groups start to dim to the currently set dimming value. If the dimming level (brighter or dimmer) of both
luminaire groups is different, the lighting system can be set to 100% operation
by means of a double-click. From there, both luminaire groups can be dimmed
uniformly. (After turning off and back on, both groups start to operate at 100%)
short
short
off
Group 2
long
long
short
off
darker
Group 1
brighter
Sensor
double
double
short
off
100%
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Multiple-button control (with up to 4 push-buttons, see page 8).
Push-button T1
short
short
off
group 1+2
- Push-button T1 switches the lighting system on in daylight-dependent operating mode and off (standby). In addition, it dims and actuates group 1.
group 1+2
long
long
short
short
short
off
group 1
brighter
double
group 1
off
group 1
group 1+2
group 1+2
darker
double
short
off
100%
group 1
group 1+2
group 1+2
short
short
short
off
off
group 1
Push-button T2
group 1+2
group 1+2
-Push-button T2 switches the lighting system on and dims/switches group 2
(group 1 cannot be switched off with T2).
short
short
off
group 1+2
group 2
long
long
short
off
group 2
brighter
double
group 2
group 2
darker
double
short
off
100%
group 2
group 1+2
group 2
Push-button T3 (central deactivation of group 1+2)
short
Push-button T4 (light scene group 1+2)
short
short
off
scene
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off
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Operation of up to 4 luminaire groups (addressing mode)
With LIGHTGATEplus it is possible to arrange up to four luminaire
groups with the aid of the DALI addressing function (see Service
manual).
- By doing so, groups 1 and 2 can be controlled in the daylight­dependent operating mode.
- Groups 3 and 4 are not included in the daylight-dependent operating
mode. They serve as auxiliary luminaire groups. Their activation
level can be pre-set (see Service Manual).
- Groups 3 and 4 are generally switched on and off with group 1.
- Switching off group 1 or 2 based on the daylight-dependent control
has no impact on groups 3 and 4.
- Groups 3 and 4 are actuated by means of the presence detection
function.
- Groups 3 and 4 can also be incorporated in programmable light
scenes. Their light level can be preset for the light scene regardless
of the activation level (see Service Manual).
- A variable dimming of both luminaire groups is possible with the
radio remote control.
The addresses of all groups must not be assigned during the DALI
addressing function. With regard to the daylight-dependent control
of groups 1 and 2, all applications (overall room control, individual
control of two groups, offset control) can be realised, and one or two
auxiliary luminaire groups can be arranged.
The following operating modes are possible:
Automatic operation (see page 5)
Mains switch operation (see page 5)
By briefly switching off and back on, groups 3 and 4 do not switch to
uncontrolled operating mode with 100%, but rather remain at their
predefined activation level.
One-button control (see page 6)
The uncontrolled groups 3 and 4 are only actuated, not dimmed. Their
activation level is predefined (see above).
Group 2
Push-button
Sensor
short
short
off
Group 1
Master
Sensor
Group 3
long
long
short
off
darker
brighter
double
double
short
off
100%
Group 4
Push-button
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Control without daylight-dependent control function
Multiple-button control
The multiple-button control is as described in the preceding sections
on the overall room control, individual control of two groups and offset
control.
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roups 3 and 4 are actuated with group 1. Their-activation level is
predefined (see above).
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heir light level that is called in the light scene with push-button 4 is
independent of their activation level.
Overall room control
If a controller luminaire is operated without a sensor or the light sensor is deactivated, the lighting system can only be operated manually
in the uncontrolled operating mode.
One-button control (only manual):
Push-button
short
Note:
Groups 3 and 4 can be dimmed and actuated separately using a system radio
remote control.
short
off
100%
long
long
short
off
darker
brighter
Long press of a push-button does not switch the lighting system on.
Double-click has no effect.
Multiple-button control (only manual):
The functions of push-button T1 are identical to the one-button control (see above).
Push-button T2 has no function.
The functions of push-buttons T3 and T4 are identical to control operating mode (see page 8).
Two-group control
Both luminaire groups are controlled manually as with the one-button
control, however individually with the aid of separate push-button T1
and push-button T2.
An operation of two luminaire groups without daylight-dependent
control with a common push-button is not envisaged with the LIGHTGATEplus system.
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Three and four-group control (only manual)
With regard to DALI connection of a lighting system with the DALI
groups 3 and 4, the assigned luminaires generally behave as follows:
- The luminaires of groups 3 and 4 are switched with the aid of the
push-button T1 with group 1 based on the pre-set activation value
(see Service Manual).
- Luminaires of the DALI groups 3 and 4 are not dimmed at the same
time.
- Push-button T2 does not have an effect on groups 3 and 4.
- Push-button T3 switches the groups 3 and 4 off at the same time.
- Groups 3 and 4 are taken into consideration when activating the light
scene with the aid of push-button T4. Their dimming values can be pre-set without regard given to the activation values that are called
with push-button T1(see Service manual).
Operation of lighting system
with radio remote control
The radio remote control LGR-SC is used for the convenient activation of a lighting system with LIGHTGATEplus. There are extensive
operating options available for all four possible luminaire groups. In
addition, the radio remote control LGR-SC can be used for programming the system (addressing, set-point adjustment, etc. ...). Information in this regard can be taken from the separate instruction manual
of the radio remote control LGR-SC (170 742–10 /2006 © BAG
electronics GmbH) .
For using the radio remote control LGR-SC ma sensor of the LGSRPL/S design must be present (for recess and surface-mounting on
ceilings). A radio receiver is integrated in it. No direct visual contact
is necessary between radio remote control LGR-SC and sensor. Note
though that the range of transmission can be negatively affected by
metal ceilings or other solid structures.
Before the radio remote control LGR-SC can be used, an addressing
can be implemented.
Front view
Rear view
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Rotary switch
In order to be able to use the radio remote control LGR-SC, the rotary
switch must be set in the radio remote control function to the “0”
operating mode (see Instruction Manual 170 742 – 10 /2006 © BAG
electronics GmbH).
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With this switch, it is possible to call the following functions.
• Switching the lighting system on and off in daylightdependent operation
• Switching between daylight-dependent and uncontrolled operation
• Dimming of the entire lighting system
When actuating a dimming button of the remote control, all set-up
luminaire groups are always addressed (even groups 3 and 4, other
than during the one-button control).
• Dimming of individual luminaire groups (even Group 3 and 4)
• Calling up to four set-points for the daylight-dependent operation
• Calling up to four light levels for the uncontrolled operation
• Calling up to four light scenes with up to four luminaire groups.
For more information see the Instruction Manual for Radio remote
control LGR-SC 170 742 – 10 /2006 © BAG electronics GmbH.
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Service manual
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Contents
Page
Safety and installation suggestions
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Start-up
- Control of one luminaire group
(overall room control)
- Individual control of two luminaire groups
(two individually controlled luminaire groups)
29-31
- Offset control with two luminaire groups
and one sensor (second luminaire group
controlled independently)
36-39
- Operation of up to four luminaire groups
(with the aid of DALI addressing)
40-43
32-35
System characteristics
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- General functions
44-45
- DALI connection
46-48
- Master luminaires, controller luminaires and
sensor luminaires
49-51
- Sensor functions
51-52
- Daylight-dependent control
53
- Presence detection
54-58
Other system components
57-59
Technical specifications
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Safety and installation instructions
• Implementing the service manual requires specific technical knowhow that is equivalent to completed vocational training as an
electrician!• Never perform work with the luminaire connected to a power
source. Caution - Danger to Life!
Use
Control of one luminaire group
(Overall room control, broadcast operation, see page 46-47).
In most applications, the overall lighting system is controlled as
one luminaire group with one light sensor depending on the level of
daylight.
D2 D1+
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5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4
L N
D2 D1+
L N
Sensor
Controller/DALI-EVG
L N
D2 D1+
DALI-EVG
D2 D1+
L N
DALI-EVG
DALI-EVG
N
L
L N
DALI-EVG
D2 D1+
L N
DALI-EVG
• Observe the installation instructions the luminaires that are
imple
mented.
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DALI connection
It is possible to actuate up to 50 luminaires (and/or 50 control gear
units). While doing so, it is not necessary to remove the DALI bridge
of the master luminaire (condition as supplied to customer, see page
46-48).
A DALI addressing is not necessary.
Note:
- All control gear units must be unaddressed (see page 47)
- For positioning the master luminaire and/or the light sensor (see page 53).
Setpoint adjustment with push-button T1
Set selector switch A to
(Unlock programming by means of push-button,
only when using the sensor LGS-RPL/S)
Lighting off
Standby,
with push-button T1)
1
2
1
2
Push-button connection
If necessary, the push-buttons are to be connected in accordance with
the desired functions (see Instruction Manual) (see Wiring Diagram,
page 44-45)
Schalter
+
ON
Presence detection
Mains voltage is necessary to set the presence detection unit (see
page 54-56).
Min/ON/Min/ON/Min
long
double
long
10 Sec.
Initiating the
programming mode
(push-button T1)
System
ready
LED blinkts
quickly
Save
Adjust setpoint
Done
Setpoint adjustment
The setpoint can be adjusted either with the aid of the sensor‘s programme functions (see page 30-31) or with the push-buttons.
- Setpoint adjustment with sensor LGS-OPL/M
(mini sensor, integrated in luminaire)
LED blinks
Setting light level with push-button 4
(only for multiple-button control, see page 8)
long
Gr.1
Gr.1
brighter
1 Sec.
Initiating the setpoint programming
(hold push-button of group 1)
long
Gr.2
darker
10 Sec.
No
change
LED
blinks quickly
Done
Adjust setpoint
Set selector switch A to
(Unlock programming by means of push-button,only when using the sensor LGS-RPL/S)
Lighting off
(Standby, with pushbutton T1)
1
2
- Setpoint adjustment with sensor LGS-RPL/S
(recessed and surface-mounted ceiling sensor)
Switch on the lighting system (controlled, LED off)
1
Activading the setpoint
adjustment (selector
switch A to 1)
30
-
Adjustment
Schalter
with
push-button T4
LED
blinks quickly
+
Adjust setpoint
(several turns)
20 Sec.
No change
Done
ON
Min/ON/Min/ON/Min
System ready
2
+
long
long
10 Sec.
Initiating the
programming mode
(hold push-button T4)
1
Set light scene
double
Save
LED
blinks quickliy
Done
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Individual control of two luminaire groups
(broadcast operation, see page 47)
N
L
DALI-EVG
L N
Sensor 1
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4
L N
Controller/DALI-EVG
DALI connection
Up to 25 luminaires (and/or 25 control gear units) can be controlled
per Dali connection. While doing so, the DALI bridge of the master
luminaire must be removed.
A DALI addressing is not necessary.
As an alternative, all luminaires can be connected to a common control line and a DALI addressing can be implemented (see page 46-48).
Note:
For positioning the master luminaire and/or the light sensor (see page 54).
D2 D1+
Push-button-connection
If necessary, the push-buttons are to be connected in accordance with
the desired functions (see Instruction Manual) (see Wiring Diagram,
page 44-45).
Sensor addressing
Every sensor, external or in a master or sensor luminaire, is set to
the sensor address 1 when supplied to the customer. The sensor in
the sensor luminaire must be switched to sensor address 2 (see page
49-52).
Presence detection
Mains voltage is necessary to set the presence detection system (see
page 54-55).
D2 D1+
L N
DALI-EVG
L N
D2 D1+
L N
DALI-EVG
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D2 D1+
DALI-EVG
Group 1
L N
DALI-EVG
D2 D1+
Sensor 2
Group 2
In rooms where there are very different levels of daylight incidence,
e.g. with considerable room depth, it is possible to set up two separately controlled luminaire groups. Two light sensors are needed for
controlling the luminaire groups separately. The setpoints are set
separately. The area controls dim the lighting independently from one
another. The daylight-dependent shut-off is implemented when there
is sufficient daylight available in the area of group 1 (see page 52).
The presence detection extends over both areas.
Setpoint adjustment
The setpoint can be adjusted either with the aid of the sensor‘s programme functions or with the push-buttons..
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- Setpoint adjustment with sensor LGS-OPL/M
(mini sensor, integrated in luminaire)
Switch on the lighting system (controlled, LED off)
Adjust the setpoint for group 1+2 as follows:
LED blinks
long
Gr.1
Gr.1
brighter
1 Sec.
long
Initiatingthe setpoint
programming (hold Gr. push
button of group 1)
Gr.2
darker
10 Sec.
No
change
LED
blinks quickly
- Setpoint adjustment with push-button T1
Set selector switch A to
(Unlock programming by means of push-button,
only when using the sensor LGS-RPL/S)
Lighting off
(Standby, with push-button T1)
Schalter
Done
ON
Adjust setpoint
10 Sec.
Change the setpoint for group 2 as follows:
LED blinks
long
Gr.1
Gr.2
brighter
1 Sec.
long
Initiating the setpoint
programming
(hold push-button of group 2))
10 Sec.
No change
Gr.2
darker
Min/ON/Min/ON/Min
LED
blinks quickly
Initiating the
programming mode
System ready
(hold push-button T1) (group 1+ group 2)
Min/ON/Min/ON/Min
long
long
Adjust setpoint
(Gr. 1)
long
long
double
Save
double
System ready
(group 2)
Set offset value
(group 1+2)
Save
- Setpoint adjustment with sensor LGS-RPL/S
(recessed and surface-mounted ceiling sensor)
Setting light level with push-button 4
(only for multiple-button control, see page 8)
Set selector switch A to
(Unlock programming by means of push-button,
only when using the sensor LGS-RPL/S)
Lighting off
(Standby, with push-button T1)
Switch on the lighting system (controlled, LED off)
Adjust setpoint with potentiometer for group 1 as follows:
+
Activating the setpoint
adjustment
(selector switch A to 1 )
Schalter
blinks quickly
Activating the setpoint
adjustment (selector
switch A to 2 )
Done
Adjust setpoint
(group 1)
Adjust setpoint with potentiometer for group 2 as follows:
2
LED
blinks quickly
Done
Adjust setpoint
1
LED
blinks quickly
+
Adjust setpoint
(group 2)
20 Sec.
No change
T4, similar to adjusting the setpoint with push-button T1
Done
Note:
The setpoint for both luminaire groups can be adjusted at a sensor
(sensor 1 or 2).
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35
Offset control with two luminaire groups
and one light sensor,
(broadcast operation, see page 47)
D2 D1+
Note:
Group 1 is the „master group“ in the case of offset control with two luminaire
groups.
Group 2 is updated, in relation to group 1.
In case of the multiple-button control, particular attention must be given to:
The actuation of push-buttons T1 and T2 can have repercussions on the operation of both groups depending on the current operating status. On an individual
case basis, it is necessary to determine whether preference is to be given to
an overall room control or an individual control with two light sensors of offset
control.
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4
Note:
For positioning the master luminaire and/or the light sensor (see page 53).
As an alternative, all luminaires can be connected to a common control line
and a DALI addressing can be implemented, see page 46-49.
L N
Controller/DALI-EVG
With daylight increasing, group 2 is dimmed to the minimum and
remains there, until the group is switched off together with group 1
when there is sufficient daylight. When daylight decreases, the offset
value is automatically reduced such that both groups of luminaires
have the same dimming level without daylight. Preset by the function of the LIGHTGATEplus system, the group located away from the
window must always be selected as „group 1“ and the group close to
the window „group 2“.
DALI connection
Up to 25 luminaires (and/or 25 control gear units) can be actuated per
Dali connection. While doing so, the DALI bridge of the master luminaire must be removed.
A DALI addressing is not necessary.
D2 D1+
L N
D2 D1+
DALI-EVG
sensor
L N
D2 D1+
L N
DALI-EVG
DALI-EVG
N
L
L N
DALI-EVG
Group 1
D2 D1+
L N
DALI-EVG
Group 2
For the offset control the luminaires of the lighting system are divided
into two groups, close to window (window) and far away from window
(corridor), however controlled in relation to daylight with only one
sensor. This operating mode can be used in rooms having an average
room depth, where there is no need for a second sensor. In this case,
group 1 (far away from window) is always controlled via the light sensor. Group 2 (close to window) is dimmed together with group 1.
Push-button connection
If necessary, the push-buttons are to be connected in accordance with
the desired functions (see Instruction Manual) (see Wiring Diagram,
page 44-45).
Sensor addressing
Every sensor, external or in a master or sensor luminaire, is set to
the sensor address 1, when supplied to the customer (see page 48).
With daylight, less artificial light is required in the area of group 2
(close to window). That‘s why, this group can be operated with reduced wattage. The difference (offset) between group 2 and group 1 is
adjustable.
36
Presence detection
Mains voltage is necessary to set the presence detection unit (see
page 54-56).
37
Setpoint adjustment
The setpoint and the offset value can be adjusted either with the aid
of the programme functions of the sensor (see page 30-31) or with
push-button.
- Setpoint adjustment with sensor LGS-OPL/M
(mini sensor, integrated in luminaire)
Switch on the lighting system (controlled, LED off)
Adjust the setpoint for group 1 as follows:
LED blinks
long
Gr.1
Gr.1
10 Sec.
brighter
1 Sec.
Initiating the setpoint programming
(hold push-button of group 1)
long
No
change
Gr.2
darker
ON
Done
10 Sec.
Aufruf des
Programmiermodus
(Taster T1 halten)
long
Gr.1
Gr.2
brighter
1 Sec.
long
Initiating the offset prigranning
(hold push-button Gr. 2)
System bereit*
(Gr. 1+2)
10 Sec.
No change
Gr.2
darker
Done
- Setpoint adjustment with sensor LGS-RPL/S
(recessed and surface-mounted ceiling sensor)
Switch on the lighting system (controlled, LED off)
Adjust the setpoint for group 1 with potentiometer as follows:
1
Adjust setpoint
(group 1 + group 2)
Adjust the offset value for group 2 with potentiometer as follows:
2
long
Sollwert
einstellen
(Gr. 1)
long
long
System bereit * Offsetwert einstellen
(Gr. 2)
(Gr. 2)
double
LED
blinkt schnell
speichern
double
speichern
LED
blinkt schnell
fertig
* Only the luminaires of the respective group that is to be set respond
Note:
The lighting system can be set only lower for group 2 but not higher than for
group 1 (negative offset).
Programming a light scene (only with multiple-button control)
A light scene can be programmed with the aid of the push-button T4,
with which it can be activated.
Set selector switch A to
(Unlock programming by means of push-button,
only when using the sensor LGS-RPL/S)
Lighting off
(Standby, with push-button T1)
LED
blinks quickly
Activating the offset value
adjustment
(selector switch A to 2 )
long
Setting light level with push-button 4
(only for multiple-button control, see page 8)
+
Activating the setpoint
adjustment
(selector switch A to 1)
Min/ON/Min/ON/Min
LED
blinks quickly
Set offset value
38
Min/ON/Min/ON/Min
Change the offset value for group 2 as follows:
LED blinks
Schalter
LED
blinks quickly
Adjust setpoint
- Setpoint adjustment with push-button T1
Set selector switch A to __
(Unlock programming by means of push-button,only when using the sensor LGS-RPL/S)
Lighting off
(standby, with push-button T1)
+
Set offset
(Gr.2)
20 Sec.
No change
Done
Schalter
Push-button T4, like adjusting the setpoint with push-button T1
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Operation of up to 4 luminaire groups
Addressing mode
DA
DA
DA
DA
L N
DALI-EVG
Note:
If control gear units are to be used, for which a DALI group address is already
programmed, the DALI addressing can be deleted (see page 45).
- A
DALI addressing can be implemented with the daylight-dependent
control of two groups. It is possible to forego if the groups can be
connected to separate control lines (see page 32 und page 36).
- I n case of daylight-dependent control of one or two luminaire
groups (group 1 + 2) with the operation of additional groups without
daylight-dependent control (group 3 + 4), a DALI group addressing
is necessary.
DALI connection
Up to 50 luminaires (and/or 50 control gear units) can be controlled.
While doing so, the DALI bridge of the master luminaire must not be
removed (condition as supplied to customer).
L N
DALI-EVG
DA
DA
When there is only one group to be controlled, it is possible to do without addressing (see page 44-48, Control of a luminaire group).
Sensor 1
5 6 7 8
1 2 3 4
Push-button connection
If necessary, the push-buttons are to be connected in accordance with
the desired functions (see Instruction Manual) (see Wiring Diagram,
page 44-45).
L N
DA
DA
L N
Controller/DALI-EVG
Note:
For positioning the master luminaire and/or the light sensor (see page 52).
DALI-EVG
DALI-EVG
L N
DA
DA
L N
DALI-EVG
DA
DA
Group 1
L N
DALI-EVG
DA
DA
Sensor 2
Group 2
N
L
DALI-EVG
L N
Group 3
N
L
With LIGHTGATEplus it is possible to create up to 4 luminaire groups
with up to 50 luminaires (and/or control gear units) in total. In doing
so, the groups 1 and 2 can be controlled in relation to the daylight.
The grouping can be implemented by assigning the DALI group addresses (group 1 to 4) to all luminaires (and/or control gear units),
which are connected to a common control line.
Sensor addressing
Every sensor, external or in a master or sensor luminaire, is set to
the sensor address 1 when supplied to the customer. If multiple (up to
3) sensors are used, these must have different addresses (see page
44).
Presence detection
Mains voltage is necessary to set the presence detection system (see
page 54-56).
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41
DALI group addressing
The DALI group is addressed with the aid of the push-button T1 or the
system remote control. The addressing process with the aid of remote
control is described in the related instruction manual
(170 742 – 10 /2006 © BAG electronics GmbH).
The addressing process by means of push-button is implemented in three
steps:
- Step 1 Activation of the programming mode
- Step 2A control gear unit is indicated, which is not assigned a group
address, in order to be able to assign it. This is repeated until all
control gear units have a group address.
- Step 3To facilitate monitoring, all control gear units show their group
addresses successively. Each address can be confirmed or cor
rected. If no correction or confirmation is made in 30 seconds,
the address is accepted as correct and the next control gear unit
is called. In the end, the system is switched to 100% operation.
DALI group addressing with push-button T1
Switch on lighting
Set selector switch A to
only when using the sensor LGS-RPL/S
(unlock programming with push-button)
Lighting off
(with push-button T1)
2
Step 3 (check/change *)
All luminaires blink 3x
(all luminaires are addressed)
Next luminire blinks
(e.g. 1 x for group 1)
Addressing of group
1-4 (press 1x-4x)
One luminaire blinks
(e.g. 2 x for group 2)
Addressing of
group 1-4
(press1x-4x)
Last luminaire blinks Addressing of
group 1-4
(e.g. x for group 3)
(press 1x-4x)
* With 1-4 presses of the push-button, the group addressing
100%
of each luminaire can be confirmed or changed.
Addressing
If no push-button is pressed in 30 seconds, the next lumicomplete
naire shows its group assignment (by blinking 1x to 4x).
The DALI addressing can be ended at any time by pressing
5 Sec.
and holding the push-button for about 5 seconds. In such
case, all addressing actions implemented until then will
End
stored.
addressing
1
1
10 x
The DALI addressing of all luminaires can be deletedat any time by pressing the push-button ten times.
Delete
addressing
2
Schalter
If group addresses are already assigned for all control gear units,
step 2 can be skipped. When adding an additional control gear unit, an
address will only be assigned to this unit.
For operation with the aid of the remote control, see instruction
manual Radio remote control LGR-SC 170 742 – 10 /2006 © BAG
electronics GmbH.
-
Step 1
+
10 Sec./ON 5 Sec./Min. 5 Sec./100%
Initiating the
programmingmode
(hold push-button T1)
System ready
Step 2
One luminaire blinks
Adressing Next luminaire
of group 1- 4
blinks
(press 1x - 4x)
Adressing
complete
Adressing of
group 1- 4
(press 1x - 4x)
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Last luminaire
blinks
Setting setpoints, offset and light scenes
The setpoints and offset values and light scenes are set as described
on pages 34-35, 38-39 and 40-41. When adjusting the light scene with
push-button 4, additional light scenes can be assigned for groups 3
and 4.
Adressing of
group 1- 4
(press 1x - 4x)
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System characteristics
General functions
All connected luminaires (control gear units) must be equipped with a
DALI interface (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface).
New lamps must be burned in with 100 hours at 100% operation,
before they may be operated as a dimmed setting.
The control functions for different systems, applications and operating modes are described in the instruction manual.
LIGHTGATEplus can be operated with up to four luminaire groups and
with up to four push-buttons.
LIGHTGATEplus master and control luminaires are to be operated
principally as a local, closed lighting management system. Operating
several master or control luminaires in one comprehensive lighting
system is not allowed.
Operating DALI control gears (DALI electronic control gears) at the
same time on several parallel DALI control devices is not permitted
according to IEC 62386.
Factory setting of a master/controller luminaire:
- DALI bridge set: one luminaire group, broadcast operation,
up to 50 control gear units
- Push-button bridge set: One-button control
- With DALI bridge set: Assignment of up to four luminaire groups
possible by means of DALI addressing.
Other connection options:
- Remove DALI bridge: connection of luminaire group 1 and 2,
broadcast operation, each 25 control gear units.
- Remove push-button bridge: Multiple-button operation, up to four
push-buttons can be connected.
EVG
N
L
max. 24 EVGs
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
T1
T2
T3
T4
max. 25 EVGs
EVG
N
max. 49 EVGs
44
L
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
T1
Note:
-T
he DALI control lines must be designed such that they are rated for mains
voltage. They may be implemented with supply voltage in a common
sheathed cable.
-T
he connecting cables of the push-buttons are to be implemented separately
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DALI connection
The LIGHTGATEplus light management system uses the international
standardised digital DALI protocol (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) to actuate the lighting system.
The luminaires that are to be actuated must be equipped with dimmable electronic control gear that includes a DALI-compliant interface. The DALI control lines must be designed such that they are rated
for mains voltage. They may be implemented with supply voltage in
a common sheathed cable. It is not necessary to pay attention to the
polarity of the interface connection.
When switching off the lighting system via the DALI interface, the
controller and control gear units remain connected to the power source
so that they are ready for operation. To minimise power consumption
in standby mode, it is recommended a mains switch should be used
as main control element in several applications and the entire lighting
system should be disconnected from the power source when not in use.
All implemented system settings remain unchanged. Switching on the
power supply results in the lighting system operating in the energysaving, daylight-dependent controlled mode. It is possible to change
over to the uncontrolled 100% operation at any time (see page 5).
As an alternative to the mains switch, the standby output of the control
gear units can be eliminated by a LIGHTGATEplus system relay (see
page 57-58).
The system offers two possibilities for controlling DALI-compliant
electronic control gear:
Fig. 1
EVG
N
L
1 2 3 4
max. 24 EVGs
max. 25 EVGs
Fig. 2
EVG
N
max. 49 EVGs
46
L
1 2 3 4
Broadcast operation
In this operating mode it is not necessary to address individual DALI
electronic control gear units. It is possible to distinguish between a
maximum two groups . For the distinction between two luminaire
groups, these are connected with separate control lines at the luminaire terminals 1 and 2, or 3 and 4, of both DALI interfaces (The DALI
bridge is to be removed for this purpose, Fig. 1). Each group may
comprise no more than 25 DALI electronic control gear units. Already
assigned DALI addresses of individual control gear units shall not be
taken into account.
If only one luminaire group should be set up, it is possible to operate
up to 50 control gear units on a common two-wire control line (Fig.
2). The DALI bridge remains set (condition as supplied to customer).
For the broadcast operating mode, none of the control gear units may
be assigned a DALI group address (LIGHTGATEplus controls in the
addressing operating mode, see below). If possible, DALI group addresses that are already assigned can be deleted (see page 43).
Addressing mode
For this operating mode, all control gear units can be connected with
a common control line (Fig. 2). To distinguish between up to four
groups an addressing (DALI group addressing) of the individual DALI
control gear units is necessary. On the whole the DALI control circuit
may consist of a maximum 50 DALI electronic control gear units.
When setting up the groups, it is necessary to note that daylight-dependent control is only possible for the groups with the addresses 1
and 2. The individual operational features and functions can be taken
from the sections of the instruction manual.
Push-button connection
A bridge between the terminals 6 and 8 is used in the state the master and/or controller luminaires supplied to the customer. The LIGHTGATEplus controller is in the operating state of a one-button control.
By removing the bridge, it is possible to switch to the multiple-button
control operating mode. The push-button functions are described
in the relevant sections of instruction manual. The push-buttons‘
connecting cables are to be routed separately from the mains supply
cables. In case of parallel routing (e.g. in a common empty conduit)
use a twisted or shielded push-button cable. Connecting several,
parallel normally open buttons (several control sections) is possible
within the limits of the permissible line lengths. Connecting several
master and control luminaires (control devices) to a common button
is not permissible for T1, T2 or T4. It is permitted to have a common
switching off of the LIGHTGATEplus systems by means of a common
connection T3.
The technical specifications for the push-button connections can be
taken from the table below on page 60.
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Sensor connection
SemiAUTO
AUTO
Master luminaires (with integrated controller and sensor)
Gr.1
The sensor LGS-OP/M of the master luminaire is addressed to the
sensor address 1 in the state delivered to the customer.
0
5
5
15
15
30
30
LIGHTGATEplus master luminaires are equipped with a pre-connected
sensor unit that is already integrated in the luminaire. If necessary,
additional sensors can be connected with the master luminaire with
the aid of a free RJ11 connection (see fig.).
Master luminaires, controller luminaires and sensor luminaires
Gr.2
Master luminaire + max. 2 x sensor LGS-RPL/S
Test
- Sensor LGS-OPL/M
(mini sensor,
integrated in luminaire)
Controller
The sensor units are connected to a controller luminaire in the same
manner. A maximum three sensor units can be connected in parallel using a two-way splitter 0MD2. In doing so, particular attention
must be given to ensuring the correct addressing of the sensors, as
described in the section on sensor settings. The technical specifications of the sensor connections can be taken from the table below on
page 60.
Addressing is implemented
with the aid of the DIP buttons
on the back of the sensor
(for more information,
refer to page 49-50).
ON
1
2
Master luminaire + max. 3 x sensor LGS-RPL/S
Setting the setpoints is a simple process thanks to the programme
push-buttons available on the sensor.
Controller
Opening the light sensor
Gr.1
SemiAUTO
0
Gr.1
AUTO
5
5
15
15
30
(an auxiliary tool
for settings on the
programme push-button is
included with the master
luminaire)
30
Programme push-button
Gr.2
Test
LED
Selector switch for presence detection
Presence detection
The presence detection function can be deactivated on the sensor‘s
selector switch or set to a shut-off delay between 3 minutes and 60
minutes. A distinction can be made between automatic operationON (with
re-start) and semi-automatic operation (without re-start) (see page
1 2
54-55).
48
49
Controller luminaires (with integrated controller)
Mount the sensor LGS-RPL/S externally when using controller luminaires.
- Sensor LGS-RPL/S
(external sensor)
Presence detection
The presence detection function can be deactivated on the sensor‘s
selector switch or set to a shut-off delay between 3 minutes and 60
minutes. A distinction can be made between automatic operation (with
re-start) and semi-automatic operation (without re-start) (see page
54-55).
In the state delivered to
customers, sensors LGS-RPL/S
are addressed to sensor
address 1 using DIP buttons
(see page 48-51).
LGS-RPL/S
8 9 AB
Sensor
Function
+
lx
6
34 5 7
2
F 0 12
CD E
Order no. 169622
T-OFF Poti-Pos.
Test 8
Off 0
3 Min. 1
F
5 Min. 2
E
10 Min. 3
D
15 Min. 4
C
20 Min. 5
B
30 Min. 6
A
60 Min. 7
9
AUTO
SEMI-AUTO
1
–
Sensor luminaires (with integrated sensor)
Sensor luminaires include one sensor LGS-OPL/M.
The sensor address is to be set in any case according to the desired
function! The factory setting is sensor address 1 (see page 49-50).
They are used to extend the range of the presence detection or for
independent control of a second area.
Sensor 1
Sensor 1
Sensor 2
Sensor 2
Presence detection
The presence detection function can be deactivated on the sensor‘s
selector switch or set to a shut-off delay between 3 minutes and 60
minutes. A distinction can be made between automatic operation (with
re-start) and semi-automatic operation (without re-start) (see page
54-55).
Setting the setpoints is a simple process thanks to the potentiometers
available on the sensor.
1
Integrated sensor-LED
Opening of the light sensor
Group selector switch (A)
1
2
-
-
Potentiometer (B)
50
2
+
+
Sensor functions
Sensor units of the LIGHTGATEplus system fulfill the tasks of light
measurement and presence detection. Several settings of these functions are to be implemented directly on the sensor. The adjustment of
the setpoints or offset values of the daylight-dependent control can be
taken from the first section of this service manual.
Sensor assignment
The sensor can be addressed using the two DIP switches (E) and the
sensor‘s light measurement deactivated or activated and assigned to
one of the luminaire groups 1 and 2. Each of the four possible switch
settings corresponds to an individual sensor address.
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Daylight-dependent control
Note that all preset addresses are different in a lighting system with
multiple sensors in order to ensure that the system does not malfunction. The table shows the possible DIP switch settings so that the
sensor works as light sensor + presence detector or exclusively as
presence detector, e.g. to extend the range of detection.
DIP-switches
Sensor
Address
Sensor
function
ON
Position
1
2
Gr. 2
CD E
F 0 12
Sensor 1
LGS-RPL/S
Sensor 2
Order no. 169622
Sensor 1
Sensor
Function
Sensor 2
T-OFF Poti-Pos.
Test 8
Off 0
3 Min. 1
F
5 Min. 2
E
10 Min. 3
D
15 Min. 4
C
20 Min. 5
B
30 Min. 6
A
60 Min. 7
9
AUTO
SEMI-AUTO
3
8 9 AB
Gr. 1
6
34 5 7
1
2
4
Daylight-dependent overall room/offset control
Sensor
address
Sensor
address
1
3
Sensoradress
4
Daylight-dependent individual group control
Sensor
address
Sensor
address
1
2
Sensor
address
3
For applications with daylight-dependent overall room/offset control
and the daylight-dependent control of individual groups, the possible
DIP switch settings are directly indicated for the maximum permissible three sensors.
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How daylight-dependent control works
The light meter, which is integrated in the sensor, evaluates the
brightness of an area under the sensor. The sensor‘s aperture for
light measurement is approx. 20°. The brightness of the evaluated
area is based on the reflections of the mixed light comprising artificial
light and daylight. The resulting measured value is compared with the
setpoint programmed by the user. In case of a difference between the
measured value and setpoint, the artificial light is adjusted accordingly in such a way that the level of illumination practically remains
constant. If the daylight is sufficient to surpass the setpoint, the artificial light is then switched off.
In order to prevent disturbing fluctuations of the artificial lighting due
to short-term changes in daylight (e.g. gaps in clouds), the dimming
and switching functions are delayed; the artificial light is switched off,
once the setpoint for the level of illumination is exceeded by approx.
25 % and if this condition lasts for 15 minutes. The lighting system is
switched back on immediately, once daylight falls below the setpoint
(only in the automatic operation of the presence detection).
Grouping
For daylight-dependent control of a lighting system it is necessary to
note that only luminaires of group 1 and group 2 are available for this
function. The DALI control gear units to group 1 and/or group 2 are
assigned either in the broadcast operation (see page 48-49) directly by
the routing of two separate DALI control lines or in addressing operation with the common control line by assigning DALI group addresses
to the control gear units.
If the addresses group 3 and group 4 are assigned in eh addressing
mode, these are not integrated in the daylight-dependent control.
Positioning of light sensors
In general, the light sensors can be positioned such that they acquire
the relevant area to be illuminated as much as possible. Make sure
that they are not located over a completely dark, diffusely reflective
surface that allows for a comparison between the actual value and
the setpoint. In case of lighting systems with individual control of two
luminaire groups, it is also necessary to make sure that the sensor is
located respectively in the area of the luminaires of the group that are
controlled by it. An unfavourable positioning may result in mutual interference of the control groups and thus in a limited control function.
In case of offset control, the sensor is to be attached in a work area in
the depth of the room, in the area of the luminaire group 1 that is far
from the window.
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Presence detection
How presence detection works
Presence detection system is based on a passive infrared sensor, which identifies changes in the thermal radiation in the area of
coverage, when a person is moving, for instance. When positioning
the sensor, care must be taken that there are no shadows in the area
of coverage and thus the functionality of the sensor is not limited.
Particular attention must also be given to the fact that air currents
that are generated by other heat sources than people may result in
malfunctioning, e.g. fax machines, heater fans and opened windows.
Area of coverage
The presence detection function of the sensor LGS-RPL/S is optimised for mounting on a ceiling at a height of 2.7 m (e.g. for office
applications). The area of coverage has a diameter of 8 meters. While
installing the presence detector on higher ceilings increases the area
of coverage, it also decreases sensitivity. The maximum installation
height of 8 m should not be exceeded, however.
Depending on the intended use of space, the area of coverage can be
extended additionally in many applications, for instance, in sports
halls, by connecting presence detection sensors in parallel.
Sensor LGS-RPL/S
1900
2700
8000
5000
Sensors of design LGS-OPL/M are designed for the recessed and surface mounting of luminaires. In case of a surface-mounted luminaire,
the diameter of its area of coverage is approx. 5m at a height of 2.7m.
5000
3500
54
1900
2700
Sensor LGS-OPL/M
Adjusting presence detection
The turn-off delay is selected with the aid of a rotary switch for both
sensor designs (front LGS-0PL/M, or back LGS-RPL/S). The presence
detection must be adjusted with the system‘s power supply switched
on! In case of systems with multiple sensors, the adjustment can be
implemented optionally at each of the sensors. The system setting
always corresponds to the setting implemented on one of the sensors
with the power supply switched on. The position of the selector switch
of the other sensors is irrelevant. The operating mode of the presence
detection is also set in this manner.
It is necessary to distinguish between the following operating modes:
- Automatic operation
The lighting system is automatically switched off, if no person is
detected for a preset period of time. The lighting system is also
switched on automatically when movement is detected, provided that
the available daylight is insufficient. Switching on and off applies to all
luminaire groups.
Note:
After switching off with the push-button, the automatic reactivation is active,
after no person was detected at least for the preset time period (continuously).
- Semi-automatic operation:
The lighting system is automatically switched off, if no person is
detected for a preset period of time. The switching off affects all
groups of luminaires. In this mode, there is no automatic activation
when movement is detected, but rather the lighting system must
be switched on manually. In case of sufficient daylight, the lighting
is dimmed accordingly and is switched off again when the daylightdependent shut-down criterion has been attained.
Note:
An automatic activation and/or reactivation of the lighting system, even after the
lighting system is switched off by the daylight-dependent control, is generally
implemented only when the presence detection is in the automatic operating
mode.
- OFF mode
When switched to the „OFF“ position, the presence detection feature
can be fully deactivated. In other words, the lighting system is not
switched on or off automatically whenever a person enters or exits
the area of coverage.
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-TEST mode
The test function is initiated for the presence detector when the rotary
switch is set to the „TEST“ position. In this mode, the lighting system
is automatically dimmed to the minimum setting, if no movement has
been detected for a period of ten seconds.
In case a person is detected subsequently, the light is brought up to
100 % again. If no movement is detected for another 10 seconds after
dimming, the lighting system is switched off. As soon as the presence
detector senses a movement, the system is automatically switched
on again. During the TEST mode, an LED built-in the sensor will also
blink if a person has been detected. The test function allows the user
to check the sensitivity and range of the sensor.
Note:
If multiple sensors are connected to a controller, the settings implemented at
one sensor are assumed for the entire system.
To change a setting, the system‘s power supply must be switched on. After the
rotary switch was turned to the desired position, the sensor LED blinks briefly
several times in all connected sensors as confirmation.
Selector switch
Gr.1
LIGHTGATEplus system relay LGI-SA
Many master and controller luminaires can be equipped upon request (custom production) with integrated system relay LGI-SA. The
integrated controller is directly connected with the luminaire‘s power
supply terminals. The relay actuates the integrated electronic control
gear and the separate power supply terminals of the downstream
DALI luminaires.
Connection LGI-SA
Broadcast operation:
Controller
AUTO
5
5
N
15
15
AUTO
LGR-SC radio remote control
The system remote control offers additional control options,
­convenient programming of all system settings and possibly the ­
DALI addressing, as described in the associated instruction manual
(170 742 - 10 /2006 © BAG electronics GmbH).
LGI-SA
EVG
0
30
30
SemiAUTO
SemiAUTO
Other system components
L L’
1 2 3 4
0
Gr.2
5
5
Test
15
15
30
30
LGS-RPL/S
C DE
8 9 AB
89 A B
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F 0 12
6
34 5 7
6
34 5 7
T-OFF Poti-Pos.
Test 8
Off 0
3 Min. 1
F
5 Min. 2
E
10 Min. 3
D
15 Min. 4
C
20 Min. 5
B
30 Min. 6
A
60 Min. 7
9
AUTO
SEMI-AUTO
T-OFF Poti-Pos.
Test 8
Off 0
3 Min. 1
F
5 Min. 2
E
10 Min. 3
D
15 Min. 4
C
20 Min. 5
B
30 Min. 6
A
60 Min. 7
9
AUTO
SEMI-AUTO
CD E
Order no. 169622
F 01 2
Sensor
Function
Sensor 1
Sensor 1
Sensor 2
Sensor 2
For more information, see the data sheet for the LIGHTGATEplus
System Relay LGI-SA, TOC 50 566 00.
Notes:
- The DALI bridge is not used (condition as supplied to customer)
-T
he phase L´ actuates with the OFF function of group 1.
A sole operation of group 2 (without group 1) is not possible on L´
(condition as supplied to customer).
-T
he use of the DALI bridge leads to addressing operation
(see page 46-47).
-T
he relay LGI-SA is then addressed to the DALI group 3
(condition as supplied to customer).
-O
ther relays LGI-SA can be connected to the DALI lines outside the
luminaires (altogether max. 4 pieces):
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LIGHTGATEplus 1-10V converter LGI-DA
The converter LGI-DA can be used for the integration of already existing dimmable luminaires with 1-10 V interface in a LIGHTGATEplus
system.
Sensor LGS-RPL/S
Sensor with the functions: light sensor, presence detection and radio
receiver (see page 3, 29 and following).
TOC 50 448 00
For more information, see the data sheet for the LIGHTGATEplus System Relay LGI-DA, TOC 50 566 00.
LGM-RM
Ceiling recess-mounting set, including data cable 5 m
TOC 50 450 00
Connection LGI-DA
Broadcast operation::
LGM-SM
Ceiling surface-mounting set, including data cable 5 m
TOC 50 451 00
0BS
Ball impact cage for sensors
TOC 22 255 00
EVG
N
1 2 3 4
L
0MD2 modular
Two-way splitter for data cables
TOC 50 567 00
1 2 3 4
LGI-SA
L L’
N
+ -
L
EVG 1-10 V
LGR-SC remote control
Remote control including wall mount (see page 3 and page 23-24).
TOC 50 449 00
0MK1
Modular coupling for data cables
TOC 22 274 00
+ -
0L02 Data cable 2 m
TOC 22 261 00
0L05 Data cable 5 m
TOC 22 262 00
0L10 Data cable 10 m
TOC 22 263 00
0L20 Data cable 20 m
TOC 22 264 00
0L50 Data cable 50 m
TOC 22 265 00
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Technical data
Sensor LGS-OPL/ und LGS-RPL/S
Standby power
of the system
Data without electronic control gear
- without sensor Type 3,3 W
- with sensor Type 3,5 W
Cable lengths
- Controller push-buttons max.100 m (push-buttons/mains cables
separate)
- Controller sensor max.100 m
- Controller ECG
max. 300 m (min. 1,5 mm2)
TRILUX GmbH & Co. KG
Postfach 1960, D-59753 Arnsberg
Phone +49 (0) 2932 /301-0
Fax +49 (0) 2932 /301-375
[email protected]
www.trilux.com
DALI interfaces 2 interfaces for operating modes:
- Broadcast operation: max. 25 ECG units
per interface „Gr. 1“ (group 1) or „Gr. 2“,
without DALI addressing
- Addressing operation, max. 50 ECG units,
assignable to max. 4 groups
by DALI addressing
Terminals
- Design
- Cross-section
- Length of bared end
4, normally open contact
9 V DC (internal simple basic insulation
against mains current)
Sensor connection
- Power supply
- Number of sensors
via data cable with RJ11modular plug
Connection of max. 3 sensors
in parallel
289 852 / X 10 (GB)
Push-button inputs
- Number
- Signal voltage
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