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Manual
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WAGO DALI Configurator
for the configuration of the DALI network
and the DALI Multi-Master Module 753-647
Version 2.0.0
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Table of Contents
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Notes about this Documentation ................................................................. 6
Scope ......................................................................................................... 6
Copyright................................................................................................... 6
Symbols ..................................................................................................... 7
Number Notation ....................................................................................... 9
Font Conventions ...................................................................................... 9
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Important Notes ......................................................................................... 10
2.1
Legal Bases ............................................................................................. 10
2.1.1
Subject to Changes ............................................................................. 10
2.1.2
Personnel Qualification ...................................................................... 10
2.2
Safety Advice (Precautions) .................................................................... 10
2.3
Requirements........................................................................................... 12
2.3.1
PC Hardware ...................................................................................... 12
2.3.2
PC Software ........................................................................................ 12
2.3.3
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM ........................................................................ 13
2.3.4
Compatibility List Fieldbus Coupler/Controller ................................ 14
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WAGO DALI Configurator ...................................................................... 15
3.1
Overview of Important Functions ........................................................... 15
3.2
Installation ............................................................................................... 16
3.3
Launching the WAGO DALI Configurator ............................................ 16
3.3.1
Launching from WAGO-I/O-CHECK ............................................... 16
3.3.2
Launching as a Stand-Alone Tool ...................................................... 17
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User Interface ............................................................................................. 18
4.1
“START” Tab ......................................................................................... 19
4.1.1
Communication Settings .................................................................... 23
4.1.2
Addressing .......................................................................................... 24
4.1.2.1
Control Gears (ECG) ..................................................................... 27
4.1.2.1.1
Start Addressing ........................................................................ 27
4.1.2.1.2
Add ............................................................................................ 27
4.1.2.1.3
Editing ....................................................................................... 28
4.1.2.1.4
Locate ........................................................................................ 30
4.1.2.1.5
Using a Barcode Scanner to Sort ECGs .................................... 30
4.1.2.2
Sensor Types 1 ............................................................................... 31
4.1.2.2.1
Start Addressing ........................................................................ 31
4.1.2.2.2
Add ............................................................................................ 31
4.1.2.2.3
Edit ............................................................................................ 32
4.1.2.2.4
Locate ........................................................................................ 34
4.1.2.3
Sensor Types 2 ............................................................................... 34
4.1.2.3.1
Start Addressing ........................................................................ 34
4.1.2.3.2
Add ............................................................................................ 35
4.1.2.3.3
Editing ....................................................................................... 35
4.1.2.3.4
Locate ........................................................................................ 37
4.1.3
Tree Structure ..................................................................................... 37
4.1.3.1
Selecting/Deselecting Devices....................................................... 37
4.1.3.2
Context Menu ................................................................................ 37
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Setting Up Building/Room Structure............................................. 38
4.1.3.4
Assigning ECGs to Your “Rooms” ............................................... 39
4.1.4
Groups & Scenes ................................................................................ 40
4.1.4.1
Assigning Groups .......................................................................... 40
4.1.4.2
Group Context Menu ..................................................................... 40
4.1.4.3
Assigning Scenes ........................................................................... 41
4.1.4.4
Scene Context Menu ...................................................................... 42
4.1.5
Configuration...................................................................................... 43
4.1.5.1
“Control Gear (Common)” Tab ..................................................... 44
4.1.5.2
“Emergency Lighting (DT1)” Tab ................................................. 45
4.1.5.3
“Digital Signal into DC Voltage (DT5)” Tab ................................ 46
4.1.5.4
“LED Module (DT6)” Tab ............................................................ 46
4.1.5.5
“Switching Function (DT7)” Tab .................................................. 47
4.1.5.6
“Colour Control (DT8)” Tab ......................................................... 48
4.1.5.7
“Memory Banks” Tab .................................................................... 50
4.1.5.7.1
Multiple Devices ....................................................................... 50
4.1.5.7.2
Single Device ............................................................................ 51
4.1.5.8
“Push Button (DT1)” Tab .............................................................. 52
4.1.5.9
“Presence Detector (DT2)” Tab ..................................................... 52
4.1.5.10
“Light Sensor (DT3)” Tab ............................................................. 52
4.1.5.11
“Presence Detector (DT4)” Tab ..................................................... 53
4.1.5.12
“MSensor (Common)” Tab............................................................ 53
4.1.5.13
“Button (Common)” Tab ............................................................... 54
4.1.5.14
“Push Button (DT50)” Tab ............................................................ 54
4.2
“MODULE SETTINGS” Tab ................................................................. 55
4.2.1
Overview of Configuration Settings ................................................... 56
4.2.1.1
“Easy Mode” .................................................................................. 56
4.2.1.2
“Full Mode” ................................................................................... 57
4.2.1.3
General Settings ............................................................................. 57
4.2.2
Using the “Construction Site Function” ............................................. 58
4.3
“DIAGNOSTICS” Tab ........................................................................... 60
4.3.1
Updating Diagnostic Information ....................................................... 62
4.3.2
Creating a Status Report ..................................................................... 63
4.3.3
Light Operating Hours ........................................................................ 63
4.3.3.1
Reset Operating Hours ................................................................... 63
4.3.3.2
Set Operating Hours ...................................................................... 64
4.4
Status Bar ................................................................................................ 64
4.5
“File” Tab ................................................................................................ 66
4.5.1
Project Documentation: Create “WAGO DALI Configurator
Report” ............................................................................................... 68
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
Startup – Example Configuration ............................................................ 70
Establish Connection ............................................................................... 70
Address Control Gears (ECG) ................................................................ 70
Create Room Structure ............................................................................ 70
Assigning Lighting Groups ..................................................................... 71
Assigning a Light Scene.......................................................................... 71
Configuring Control Gears (ECG) .......................................................... 72
Addressing and Assigning Type 2 Sensors ............................................. 72
Configuring Type 2 Sensors.................................................................... 72
Querying the Control Gear Status ........................................................... 72
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Generating Project Documentation ......................................................... 73
Setting Cyclic Control Gear Query and Saving the Project .................... 73
Glossary ...................................................................................................... 74
List of Figures ...................................................................................................... 77
List of Tables ........................................................................................................ 78
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Notes about this Documentation
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Keep this documentation!
The operating instructions are part of the product and shall be kept for the entire
lifetime of the device. They shall be transferred to each subsequent owner or user
of the device. Care must also be taken to ensure that any supplement to these
instructions are included, if applicable.
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1.1
Scope
This documentation applies for the WAGO DALI Configurator in conjunction
with the DALI Multi Master Module 753-647.
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1.2
Copyright
This Manual, including all figures and illustrations, is copyright-protected. Any
further use of this Manual by third parties that violate pertinent copyright
provisions is prohibited. Reproduction, translation, electronic and phototechnical
filing/archiving (e.g., photocopying) as well as any amendments require the
written consent of WAGO Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co. KG, Minden, Germany.
Non-observance will involve the right to assert damage claims.
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1.3
Symbols
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Personal Injury!
Indicates a high-risk, imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury.
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Personal Injury Caused by Electric Current!
Indicates a high-risk, imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury.
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Personal Injury!
Indicates a moderate-risk, potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,
could result in death or serious injury.
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Personal Injury!
Indicates a low-risk, potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury.
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Damage to Property!
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in
damage to property.
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Damage to Property Caused by Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)!
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in
damage to property.
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Important Note!
Indicates a potential malfunction which, if not avoided, however, will not result in
damage to property.
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Additional Information:
Refers to additional information which is not an integral part of this
documentation (e.g., the Internet).
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1.4
Number Notation
Table 1: Number notation
Number code
Decimal
Hexadecimal
Binary
Example
100
0x64
'100'
'0110.0100'
Note
Normal notation
C notation
In quotation marks, nibble separated with
dots (.)
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Font Conventions
Table 2: Font conventions
Font type
italic
Menu
>
Input
“Value”
[Button]
[Key]
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Names of paths and data files are marked in italic-type.
e.g.: C:\Programme\WAGO-I/O-CHECK
Menu items are marked in bold letters.
e.g.: Save
A greater-than sign between two names means the selection of a
menu item from a menu.
e.g.: File > New
Designation of input or optional fields are marked in bold letters,
e.g.: Start of measurement range
Input or selective values are marked in inverted commas.
e.g.: Enter the value “4 mA” under Start of measurement range.
Pushbuttons in dialog boxes are marked with bold letters in square
brackets.
e.g.: [Input]
Keys are marked with bold letters in square brackets.
e.g.: [F5]
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This section describes the legal principles and system requirements for using the
software in compliance with intended purpose, underlying provisions and stated
specifications.
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2.1
Legal Bases
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2.1.1
Subject to Changes
WAGO Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co. KG reserves the right to provide for any
alterations or modifications that serve to increase the efficiency of technical
progress. WAGO Kontakttechnik GmbH & Co. KG owns all rights arising from
the granting of patents or from the legal protection of utility patents. Third-party
products are always mentioned without any reference to patent rights. Thus, the
existence of such rights cannot be excluded.
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2.1.2
Personnel Qualification
Any steps related to the use of WAGO software may only be performed by
qualified employees with sufficient knowledge of handling the respective PC
system used.
Steps in which files are created or changed on the PC system may only be
performed by qualified employees with sufficient knowledge in the administration
of the PC system used in addition to the aforementioned.
Steps in which the behavior of the PC system in a network is changed may only
be performed by qualified employees with sufficient knowledge in the
administration of the network used in addition to the aforementioned.
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2.2
Safety Advice (Precautions)
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Use up-to-date security software!
Secure operation of the PC system can be at risk as a result of malware such a
viruses and Trojans, as well as related threats such as denial-of-service attacks.
Therefore, make sure that the latest security software and definitions are always
installed on the PC system.
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Disable or uninstall software that is no longer required!
The vulnerability of a PC system against malware and related threats increases
with the number of installed or active software components (applications and
services). Therefore, uninstall or disable software components that are not needed
for the purpose at hand.
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2.3
Requirements
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2.3.1
PC Hardware
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Table 3: Requirements PC Hardware
Component
Operating system
Random access memory
(RAM)
Free hard disk storage unit
Processor
Other
Requirements
Windows XP (SP3)/Windows 7/ Windows 8
Min. 512 MB
Min. 20 MB for the WAGO DALI Configurator and
610 MB for the .NET 4.0 Framework
Min. 1 GHz
Installed network card, .NET 4.0 Framework
(Redistributables are provided), standard web
browser with Java support
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2.3.2
PC Software
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Table 4: Required PC Software
Component
WAGO-I/O-PRO
.NET Framework 4.0
WAGO DALI
Configurator from
Version 2.0
Reference source (order number)
WAGO (759-333)
Microsoft
(free download under: www.microsoft.com)
WAGO
Stand Alone Tool, download under:
www.wago.com
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Table 5: Optional PC Software
Component
WAGO-I/O-CHECK
WAGO Ethernet Settings
Reference source (order number)
WAGO (759-302)
WAGO (free download at: www.wago.com)
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2.3.3
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM
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Table 6: Required Hardware of the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM
Component
Fieldbus controller/PLC
WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM 750
e. g. ETHERNET PLC
750-881
DALI Multi-Master Module
753-647
End Module 750-600
Current supply for the
indirect supply of the DALI
Bus participants via the
DALI Multi-Master Module
753-647, e. g.:
DC/DC Converter 753-620
or Current supply 787-1007
Reference source (order number)
WAGO (750-881)
WAGO (753-647)
WAGO (750-600)
WAGO (753-620)
WAGO (787-1007)
Destruction of DALI subscribers due to misuse of the WAGO power supply
787-1007!
Please note that the power supply by WAGO (Item No.: 787-1007) may only be
connected to the DALI Multi-Master Module 753-647. The power supply for the
DALI bus is provided indirectly via the DALI Multi-Master Module. A direction
connect to the DALI bus can result in the destruction of the attached DALI slaves.
Therefore, never connect the WAGO Power Supply 787-1007 to a DALI network
directly without a DALI Multi-Master Module 753-647 connected between the
power supply and the network.
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Compatibility List Fieldbus Coupler/Controller
Table 7: Compatibility list, status: June 2014
Fieldbus
coupler/controller
750-88x
750-831
750-830
750-829
750-849
750-820x
750-833
750-333
750-343
750-370
750-375
750-377
1)
2)
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From FW version 1)
05
03
04
05
05
02
16
17
No support
06
All
All
Note
Checkbox Allow Controlmode over
Ethernet must be activated! 2)
It is generally recommended to use the latest FW version available.
WBM page “Features” > “Wago communication over Ethernet”
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WAGO DALI Configurator
Download the WAGO DALI Configurator
You can download the WAGO DALI Configurator as a stand-alone tool from the
WAGO website at: http://www.wago.com.
The WAGO DALI Configurator allows easy commissioning of a DALI network
via DALI Multi-Master Module 753-647.
The WAGO DALI Configurator not only provides functions for easy startup and
configuration, but also for the service, care and maintenance of a DALI network.
That includes the offline configuration of the entire DALI network including the
ECGs and sensors and saving and repeating device configurations, so that a
replaced device can be reconstructed with database values. You can copy the
device settings to another device or to several duplicates. If you are replacing an
ECG, but keeping the lighting, you can write the hours of operation of the lighting
to the DALI Multi-Master Module.
The network overview appears in a tree structure. All online DALI Multi-Master
Modules are displayed in the Module navigation. The tree structure shows the
DALI network of the DALI Multi-Master Module currently selected. Multiple
selection of devices ensures an efficient configuration.
Logging operating hours with firmware version 04 or later!
The “Logging of operating hours” function is integrated in firmware version 04
and later.
This function is disabled for DALI Multi-Master Modules with older firmware
versions.
3.1
Overview of Important Functions
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Scenes and group formation
Control gear configuration (ECG)
Sensor configuration
I/O module-specific settings
Diagnostic function
Import and export function
Status messages from defective ECGs/lamps
Manually connect/disconnect
Signaling a communication interruption
Displaying, resetting and logging*) operating hours
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for DALI Multi-Master Modules firmware version 04 or higher
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Installation
The WAGO DALI Configurator can be installed as part of the WAGO-I/OCHECK software (Item No.: 759-302) version 3.5.1.1 or higher to launch it
directly from WAGO I/O-CHECK.
The WAGO DALI Configurator is also easy to install as a stand-alone tool from a
“Setup.exe” file with user-guided wizards.
3.3
Launching the WAGO DALI Configurator
WAGO-I/O-CHECK
If available, you can launch the WAGO DALI Configurator from the WAGO-I/OCHECK startup tool (version 3.5.1.1 or higher)!
The WAGO-I/O-CHECK startup software is available under Item No. 759-302 on
a CD-ROM.
The requirements for online configuration described in the following sections
include:
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The hardware configuration of your fieldbus node is correct.
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The DALI networks is installed without errors and is wired.
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The WAGO DALI Configurator software (as a stand-alone tool or as part of
the WAGO-I/O-CHECK software) is available on your PC.
3.3.1
Launching from WAGO-I/O-CHECK
To launch the software from WAGO-I/O-CHECK directly, the program must also
be available on the PC.
1.
Read the hardware configuration of your fieldbus node from the WAGOI/O-CHECK startup tool.
2.
Right-click the icon for the DALI Multi-Master Module.
3.
In the context menu, select the Settings menu item (see the figure below).
The WAGO DALI Configurator opens.
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Figure 1: Launching the WAGO DALI Configurators from WAGO-I/O-CHECK
3.3.2
Launching as a Stand-Alone Tool
1.
Launch the WAGO DALI Configurator by double-clicking the .exe file. The
WAGO DALI Configurator opens. The “START” tab is open by default.
Figure 2: Launching the WAGO DALI Configurator by clicking the .exe file
The user interface, its functions and views are described in the next sections.
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User Interface
The user interface is divided into seven areas:
Figure 3: User interface
Table 8: Legend for the “User interface” figure
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Explanation
Toolbar for quick access
Tabs
Ribbon with contextual buttons, selection boxes and checkboxes
Contextual configuration area
Status bar
Module navigation: Selection of the current DALI Multi-Master Modules
Tree structure
There are four tabs. There are some views of the user interface on the tabs.
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FILE
START
MODULE SETTINGS
DIAGNOSTICS
Each tab has its own ribbon with buttons, selection boxes and/or checkboxes that
are described in more detail in the following sections.
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“START” Tab
Figure 4: View of the “START” tab
On the “START” tab, the ribbon is horizontal below the tab.
The buttons, selection boxes and checkboxes on the ribbon are depend on context
in part.
Table 9: Buttons of the “START” tab – Connection
Button Label
[Connect]
[Disconnect]
[Settings]
Description
Connection
(only visible if not connected)
Establishes the connection to the DALI
Multi-Master Module.
(only visible if connected)
Disables the connection to the DALI MultiMaster Module.
Click this button to open the
“Communication Settings” dialog, see section
“Communication Settings”.
You can work with three main views:
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Addressing
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Groups & Scenes
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Configuration
Click the respective buttons on the ribbon to switch between views.
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Table 10: Buttons of the “START” tab – View
Button Label
[Addressing]
[Groups & Scenes]
[Configuration]
Description
View
Click this button to switch to the view for
addressing, see section “Addressing”.
Click this button to switch to the view for
assigning the devices in groups and scenes,
see section “Groups & Scenes”.
Click this button to switch to the view for
configuring the devices, see section
“Configuration”.
Table 11: Buttons of the “START” tab – DALI Network
Button Label
[Central On]
[Central Off]
[Locate Start]
[Locate Stop]
 / * Switch On
Description
DALI Network
Click this button to switch ON all lights
connected to the DALI line.
Click this button to switch OFF all lights
connected to the DALI line.
Click this button to start the localization
function for one or more selected DALI
control gears for identifying and if necessary,
checking the physical installation location.
Click this button to stop the localization
function.
 A steady light is used for the localization
function of ECGs.
 A flashing light is used for the
localization function of ECGs.
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Table 11: Buttons of the “START” tab – DALI Network
Button Label
[Read All]
[Compare]
[Write All]
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Description
Click this button to read addresses, group and
scene information and configuration parameters of all connected DALI network
devices.
Click this button to compare a configuration
(offline) with another configuration available
in the DALI network (online).
Click this button to write all data to the DALI
network devices available online.
Default
Table 12: Buttons of the “START” tab– Actions
Button Label
[Read]
[Write]
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Actions
Contextual:
• In the Addressing view:
Addressed devices are searched (depending
on the selected tab)
• In the Groups & Scenes view:
Group and scene settings are read.
• In the Configuration view:
The device parameters selected in the
topology tree are read (depending on the
selected tab)
Contextual:
• In the Addressing view:
Disabled
• In the Groups & Scenes view:
Group and scene settings are
written
• In the Configuration view:
The device parameters of the selected
device(s) are written
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Table 13: Buttons of the “START” tab – Addressing
Button Label
[Start]
* /  Only Unaddressed
Devices
* /  Reset Values
 / * Identify
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Description
Addressing
Choose between:
• “Random addressing”
(The DALI network device should be assigned a
random address.)
• “Physical addressing”
(The DALI network device is identified and
subsequently addressed, e.g., by the push of a
button or by unscrewing and-again screwing in
the lighting.)
Click this button to launch the addressing operation for the tab currently selected (control gears,
sensor type 1 or sensor type 2).
 Only devices without a short address will be
addressed.*
 All devices are readdressed.
 The devices are reset to their reset values.*
 The devices are not reset to their reset
values.*
 Each readdressed device is identified by the
address assignment.
 No identification is made while addressing.*
Default
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Communication Settings
To set the communication parameters for the link between the DALI Configurator
and WAGO fieldbus controller, click the [Settings] button on the ribbon. The
“Communication Settings” dialog appears
Figure 5: “Communication Settings” dialog
In this dialog, you can choose the connection type in the Connection selection
box:
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ETHERNET
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Serial connection
In the Settings area, you can do the following based on the selection made:
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Enter an IP address in the IP Address input field.
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Select the associated COM port in the Port selection box.
Select or enter the required number in the DALI Module position selection box.
Click the [OK] button to confirm your entries.
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Addressing
To set the tree structure for the network topology, to add DALI network devices,
to assign device labels and to address all DALI network devices, click the
[Addressing] button.
Figure 6: “Addressing”, “Control Gears” view (example)
Im Konfigurationsbereich stehen Ihnen nun 3 weitere Registerkarten zur
Verfügung, unter denen Sie Ihrem Netzwerk verschiedene DALINetzwerkteilnehmer hinzuzufügen können:
Figure 7: Tabs in the “Addressing” view
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Control Gears (ECGs)
Sensor Type 1 (pushbutton couplers and multi-sensors)
Sensor Type 2 (pushbutton couplers and multi-sensors)
Distinction between sensor types 1 and 2
The distinction of sensor types is new in this version of the WAGO DALI
Configurator.
Sensor Type 1 includes:
• WAGO DALI Multi-Sensor Kit
• WAGO DALI Sensor Coupler
• Sensor Adapter OSRAM DALI PROFESSIONAL,
2851-8201
2851-8202
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combinable with:
- Sensor OSRAM DALI HIGHBAY
- Sensor OSRAM DALI VISION
Pushbutton coupler OSRAM DALI PRO PB Coupler
Light installation sensor OSRAM DALI LS/PD LI
Radar sensor OSRAM DALI Professional Sensor Coupler HF LS LI
Sensor Type 2 includes:
• WAGO DALI MSensor-02 5DPI 41rc (ceiling installation) 2851-8301
• WAGO DALI MSensor-02 5DPI 41w (socket installation) 2851-8302
• WAGO DALI MSensor-02 5DPI 41rs (surface mount)
2851-8303
• Pushbutton coupler TRIDONIC DALI XC
The following table provides an overview of the network devices that can be
added:
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Table 14: List of available DALI network devices
Icon
Function
Control Gear
(ECG)
Icon/type
0
Label
Standard ECG
1
Separate emergency lighting
2
Discharge lamp
3
Low voltage halogen lamp
4
Filament lamp
5
6
Converting the digital signal into a
DC voltage
LED lamp
7
Switching function
8
Color control device
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Sequencer
250
[List of
all recognized
gear
types]
Sensor type 1:
Light sensor
Sensor type 1:
Presence detector
Sensor type 1:
Push button
Sensor type 1:
Error message
Sensor type 2:
Light sensor
Sensor type 2:
Presence detector
Sensor type 2:
Remote control
Sensor type 2:
Button
255
Error message: Duplicate address
or undefined response.*
Several gear types are supported.
MSensor
– Brightness sensor function
MSensor
– Presence detection function
Push button
[+ Gear type]
Error message: Duplicate address
or undefined response.*
MSensor
– Brightness sensor function
MSensor
– Presence detection function
MSensor
– Remote control
Button
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Table 14: List of available DALI network devices
Icon
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Function
Sensor type 2:
Error message
Icon/type
Label
[+ Gear type] Error message: Duplicate address
or undefined response.*
Procedure for resolving duplicate addresses: See section “DIAGNOSTICS Tab”.
Control Gears (ECG)
4.1.2.1.1 Start Addressing
Addressing involves current tab!
Addressing is always only carried out for the devices of the tab currently selected
(Control Gears, Sensor Type 1, Sensor Type 2) and not for all gear types at the
same time.
1.
To start addressing, first establish the connection to the DALI Multi-Master
Module by clicking the [Connect] button.
2.
In the selection box, choose between the “Random addressing” and
“Physical addressing” entries.
3.
Click the [Start] button.
4.
Click [Yes] to confirm the dialog.
The detected ECGs are listed under the “Control Gears” tab.
The tree structure can be expanded on the left side of the configuration area. It
also contains a list of detected ECGs.
4.1.2.1.2 Add
In the case of an offline configuration, the required ECGs can also be created
manually from the context menu:
1.
To assign an ECG to a DALI Multi-Master Module, first select the
“Control Gears” tab.
2.
Right-click in the configuration area under the “Control Gears” tab to
display the context menu.
3.
In the context menu, select Add Control Gear. A dialog appears:
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Figure 8: “Add Devices” dialog
4.
Enter the required number of ECGs in the selection box and click the [Add]
button to confirm your entry.
The ECGs created are now listed in the table under the “Control Gears” tab.
The table contains the following information:
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Name
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Path
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Address
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(Type symbol)
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Type
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Serial Number
The tree structure can be expanded in the topology tree on the left side of the
configuration area.
5.
Double-click in the respective table cell to edit the “Name”, “Address” and
“Serial Number” entries.
Figure 9: Editing table cells
4.1.2.1.3 Editing
Context menu
To edit the entries of the individual ECGs, right-click the required row. A context
menu appears.
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Multiple selections are possible!
To edit several ECGs at the same time, click the required entries while holding
down the [Shift] key. Click and hold down the [Ctrl] key to select and deselect
specific entries.
Table 15: Context menu for the “Control Gears” list
Menu item
Delete Device(s)
Delete Device(s) and Address(es)
Show Device in Tree
Reset Device(s) to Default Values
Add Control Gear
Swap Name
Description
Use this menu item to delete the
selected ECG(s) from the list.
Use this menu item to delete the
selected ECG(s) from the list. In
addition, the short address is also
cleared in the respective ECG.
Use this menu item to highlight the
selected device in the tree structure.
Use this menu item to reset the device
parameters to the default values.
Groups and scenes are also reset.
Use this menu item to open the dialog
for adding ECGs.
Use the spinner to select the required
number and click [Add] to confirm the
selection.
Use this menu item to open another
submenu in which the available ECGs
are listed.
Click the required ECG in the list to
swap the name of the selected ECG with
the name of the clicked on ECG.
Name
To change the name of an ECG, double-click in the respective table cell. The area
changes into an input field in which you can enter the required name. Press the
[Return] button on your keyboard. The subsequent table entry is selected and you
can edit the entry.
Address
To enter an address for an ECG, double-click in the respective table cell. The area
changes into an input field in which you can enter the required address. Press the
[Return] button on your keyboard. The subsequent table entry is selected and you
can edit the entry.
Serial Number
To enter or change the serial number of an ECG, double-click in the respective
cell. The area changes into an input field in which you can enter the serial
number.
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Table sorting
Click in the individual columns of the header to sort the table rows in ascending
or descending order. A small black arrow marks the column by which the rows
are currently sorted.
4.1.2.1.4 Locate
To assign an appropriate name to an existing ECG, you have to identify its
installation location.
1.
First, make sure that all ECGs are switched OFF by clicking the
[Central Off] button on the ribbon.
2.
Click the [Locate Start] button on the ribbon.
3.
Click an ECG in the list to highlight it. The ECG flashes so that you can
identify and assign it an appropriate name.
Select the type of signaling
To use a steady light for signaling instead of a flashing light for the ECG, select
the Switch ON checkbox on the ribbon.
4.
Rename the ECG. Press the [Return] button on your keyboard to select and
rename the subsequent list entry.
5.
Go through and name the ECGs individually.
6.
When done, click the [Locate Stop] button on the ribbon.
4.1.2.1.5 Using a Barcode Scanner to Sort ECGs
If the serial number of the ECG is available as a barcode (e.g., part of a building
plan), you can use a barcode scanner to record the individual ECGs and to assign
the required table row:
1.
Start Random addressing.
2.
If the serial number (8-byte length) of the ECG is available, click in the
Serial Number column to select the table cell for editing.
3.
Scan the serial number of the ECG to which you want to assign the first
address. On the bus (and in the table cell), the address is replaced and the
table cell below that is highlighted for editing.
4.
Scan the required barcodes one after the other. The addresses are now sorted
based on the scan order.
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Sensor Types 1
4.1.2.2.1 Start Addressing
Addressing involves current tab!
Addressing is always only carried out for the devices of the tab currently selected
(Control Gears, Sensor Type 1, Sensor Type 2) and not for all gear types at the
same time.
1.
Make sure that the connection to the required DALI Multi-Master Module
has been established.
2.
In the selection box, choose between the “Random Addressing” and
“Physical Selection” entries.
3.
Click the [Start] button.
4.
Click [Yes] to confirm the dialog.
The detected devices are listed under the “Sensor Type 1” tab.
The tree structure can be expanded on the left side of the configuration area.
It also contains a list of detected devices.
4.1.2.2.2 Add
In the case of an offline configuration, the required sensor types can also be
created manually from the context menu:
1.
To assign a sensory type 1 to a DALI Multi-Master Module, first select the
“Sensor Type 1” tab.
2.
Right-click in the configuration area under the “Sensor Type 1” tab to
display the context menu. A context menu appears.
3.
In the context menu, select Add Device> Add Push Button or
Add Multi Sensor. The respective dialog appears.
4.
Enter the required number of pushbutton couplers or sensor couplers in the
selection box and click [Add] to confirm your entry.
The required number of sensor types 1 is listed under the “Sensor Type 1” tab in
a table.
The table contains the following information:
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Name
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Path
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Address (input field “Adr” within the icon)
•
Serial number
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The tree structure can be expanded in the topology tree on the left side of the
configuration area. It now contains the added sensor types 1.
5.
Double-click in the respective table cell to edit the “Name”, “Address” and
“Serial number” entries.
4.1.2.2.3 Edit
Context menu
To edit the entries of the individual buttons/sensors, right-click the required row.
A context menu appears.
Multiple selections are possible!
To edit several devices at the same time, click the required entries while holding
down the [Shift] key. Click and hold down the [Ctrl] key to select and deselect
specific entries.
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Table 16: Context menu for the “Sensor Type 1” list
Menu item
Delete Device(s)
Delete Device(s) and Address(es)
Show Device in Tree
Reset Device(s) to Default Values
Add Device
Swap name
Description
Use this menu item to delete the
selected device(s) from the list.
Use this menu item to delete the
selected device(s) from the list. In
addition, the short address is also
cleared in the respective device.
Use this menu item to highlight the
selected device in the tree structure.
Use this menu item to reset the device
parameters to the default values.
Use this menu item to open another
submenu:
“Add Push Button”:
Use this menu item to open the dialog
for adding pushbutton couplers. Use the
spinner to select the required number
and click [Add] to confirm the
selection.
“Add Multi Sensor”:
Use this menu item to open the dialog
for adding multi-sensors. Use the
spinner to select the required number
and click [Add] to confirm the
selection.
Use this menu item to open another
submenu in which the available sensors
of the same type are listed.
Click the required sensor in this list to
replace change its name.
Name
To change the name of a button/sensor, double-click in the respective table cell.
The area changes into an input field in which you can enter the required name.
Address/Adr
To enter or change an address for a sensor type 1, click in the icon in the input
field.
Serial Number
To enter or change the serial number of a sensor, double-click in the respective
cell. The area changes into an input field in which you can enter the serial
number.
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4.1.2.2.4 Locate
To assign an appropriate name to an existing device of sensor type 1, you have to
identify its installation location.
1.
Click the [Locate Start] button on the ribbon.
2.
Click a device in the list to highlight it. The device emits a signal so that you
can identify and assign it an appropriate name.
3.
Rename the device. Press the [Return] button on your keyboard to select
and rename the subsequent list entry.
4.
Go through and name the devices individually.
5.
When done, click the [Locate Stop] button on the ribbon.
Um einem vorhandenen Gerät vom Sensortyp 1 einen passenden Namen zuordnen
zu können, müssen Sie es am Einbauort identifizieren.
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Sensor Types 2
4.1.2.3.1 Start Addressing
Addressing involves current tab!
Addressing is always only carried out for the devices of the tab currently selected
(Control Gears, Sensor Type 1, Sensor Type 2) and not for all gear types at the
same time.
1.
Make sure that the connection to the required DALI Multi-Master Module
has been established.
2.
In the selection box, choose between the “Random Addressing” and
“Physical Selection” entries.
“Physical Selection” option for pushbutton couplers only
Physical addressing is only possible for sensor type 2 when no MSensors are
connected!
3.
Click the [Start] button.
4.
Click [Yes] to confirm the dialog.
The detected devices are listed under the “Sensor Type 2” tab.
The tree structure can be expanded on the left side of the configuration area.
It also contains a list of detected devices.
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4.1.2.3.2 Add
In the case of an offline configuration, the required sensor types can also be
created manually from the context menu:
1.
To assign a sensory type 2 to a DALI Multi-Master Module, first select the
“Sensor Type 2” tab.
2.
Right-click in the configuration area under the “Sensor Type 2” tab to
display the context menu. A context menu appears.
3.
In the context menu, select Add Device > Add Push Button or
Add M-Sensor. The respective dialog appears.
4.
Enter the required number of pushbutton couplers or multi-sensors in the
selection box and click [Add] to confirm your entry.
The required number of sensor types 2 is listed under the “Sensor Type 2” tab in
a table.
The table contains the following information:
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Name
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Path
•
Address (input field Adr with sensors within the icon)
•
Serial Number
The tree structure can be expanded in the topology tree on the left side of the
configuration area. It now contains the added sensor types 2.
5.
Double-click in the respective table cell to edit the “Name”, “Address” and
“Serial Number” entries.
4.1.2.3.3 Editing
Context menu
To edit the entries of the individual pushbutton couplers/multi-sensors, right-click
the required row. A context menu appears.
Multiple selections are possible!
To edit several devices at the same time, click the required entries while holding
down the [Shift] key. Click and hold down the [Ctrl] key to select and deselect
specific entries.
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Table 17: Context menu for the "Sensor Type 2" list
Menu item
Delete Device(s)
Delete Device(s) and Address(es)
Show Device in Tree
Reset Device(s) to Default Values
Add Device
Swap Name
Description
Use this menu item to delete the
selected device(s) from the list.
Use this menu item to delete the
selected device(s) from the list. In
addition, the short address is also
cleared in the respective device.
Use this menu item to highlight the
selected device in the tree structure.
Use this menu item to reset the device
parameters to the default values.
Use this menu item to open another
submenu:
“Add Push Button”:
Use this menu item to open the dialog
for adding pushbutton couplers. Use the
spinner to select the required number
and click [Add] to confirm the
selection.
“Add M-Sensor”:
Use this menu item to open the dialog
for adding multi-sensors. Use the
spinner to select the required number
and click [Add] to confirm the
selection.
Use this menu item to open another
submenu in which the available sensors
of the same type are listed.
Click the required sensor in this list to
replace change its name.
Name
To change the name of a button/sensor, double-click in the respective table cell.
The area changes into an input field in which you can enter the required name.
Address/Adr
To enter or change an address for a sensor type 2, double-click in the respective
table cell or click in the icon in the input field.
Serial Number
To enter or change the serial number of a sensor, double-click in the respective
cell. The area changes into an input field in which you can enter the serial
number.
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4.1.2.3.4 Locate
To assign an appropriate name to an existing device of sensor type 2, you have to
identify its installation location.
4.1.3
1.
Click the [Locate Start] button on the ribbon.
2.
Click a device in the list to highlight it. The device emits a signal so that you
can identify and assign it an appropriate name.
3.
Rename the device. Press the [Return] button on your keyboard to select
and rename the subsequent list entry.
4.
Go through and name the devices individually.
5.
When done, click the [Locate Stop] button on the ribbon.
Tree Structure
The ECGs and sensors are listed in a tree structure on the left side of the
configuration area. The individual levels and sublevels can be expanded and
collapsed using the adjacent arrow.
4.1.3.1
4.1.3.2
Selecting/Deselecting Devices
•
Select device: To select a single device, click the device to highlight it.
•
Select multiple devices: To select multiple devices, hold down the [Ctrl]
key and click all required devices.
Alternatively, you can also select successive devices by holding down the
[Shift] key and clicking the first and last device.
•
Deselect device: To deselect a specific device, hold down the [Ctrl] key
and click the respective device. The selection is removed.
Context Menu
Right-click a level in the tree structure or a device in the sublevel to display the
context menu for the respective selection. The following menu items are
available:
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Table 18: Context menu for the entries in the tree structure
Menu item
Add New Section
Rename
Reset Device(s) to Default Values
Delete
Restore Device
Copy Settings
• Groups
• Scenes
• General Gear Settings
• Device Type Specific
• All
Paste
Expand All
Collapse All
4.1.3.3
Description
Use this menu item to create a new area
to which you can add devices by drag &
drop.
Use this menu item to change the
respective node into an input field in
which you can enter the required name.
Use this menu item to reset the device
parameters to the default values. For
ECGs, groups and scenes are also reset.
This menu item is only enabled for
areas. Use this menu item to remove the
selected area from the tree structure.
Use this menu item to transfer he
configuration settings of a specific
device to a new replacement device if it
has the same address as the previous
one.
Use these menu items to copy the
respective settings of the device
currently selected to the cache to then
transfer the settings to another device.
Use this menu item to transfer saved
settings from the cache (see menu item
“Copy Settings”) to the device currently
selected.
Use this menu item to expand the tree
structure completely.
Use this menu item to collapse the tree
structure completely.
Setting Up Building/Room Structure
To assign the ECGs and sensor types in a clear manner, you can create and name
areas and subareas in the tree structure as required.
1.
Right-click the tree structure.
2.
Select the Add New Section submenu item.
3.
Click the new tree level and select the Rename menu item in the context
menu. The selected area changes into an input field.
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4.
Enter an intuitive name for the tree level, e.g., 1st Floor.
Info: To create a sublevel (e.g., “Room 1”) for the “1st Floor” tree level, the
“1st Floor” level must be selected. In contrast, to create another level of the
same type (e.g., “2nd Floor”), the higher-level level must be selected.
5.
Repeat these steps until you have created the required building/room
structure.
Edit level structure
You can drag & drop to move areas at any time to edit or correct the room
structure later!
Figure 10: Setting up the tree structure
4.1.3.4
Assigning ECGs to Your “Rooms”
You can drag & drop ECGs/sensors to the required tree levels. In the “Setting up
the tree structure” figure, these tree levels have been named as floors or rooms.
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Groups & Scenes
To assign your DALI control gears groups and scenes and to set dimming values,
colors or color temperatures, lick the [Groups & Scenes] button.
In the configuration area, there are 2 trees for “Groups” and “Scenes”.
You can drag & drop devices from the tree structure to the group tree and scene
tree to assign them.
Figure 11: View of the “Groups & Scenes, Set Scene Value” configuration area (example)
4.1.4.1
Assigning Groups
If you have dragged a device to a group in the group tree, an arrow appears on the
left next to the respective group tree entry. You can click on the arrow to expand
the devices assigned to the respective group.
4.1.4.2
Group Context Menu
Right-click a group to display the context menu:
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Table 19: “Groups” context menu
Menu item
Rename
Remove Device(s) from Group
4.1.4.3
Description
Select this menu item to change the
selected group into an input field in
which you can enter the required name.
To exit the input field, confirm your
entry by pressing the [Return] key on
your keyboard or by clicking another
group tree structure.
Use this menu item to remove attached
devices from the group.
Assigning Scenes
If you drag a device or group of devices to a scene in the scene tree, the “Set
Values” dialog appears.
Figure 12: “Set Values” dialog (example 1)
Specify the level settings in this dialog.
1.
Select a value from the spinner or enter a value.
2.
Select the Send when changed checkbox.
3.
Confirm your entries by clicking [OK].
The dialog closes and an arrow appears on the left next to the respective scene
tree entry.
You can click on the arrow to expand the devices assigned to the respective scene.
The specified dimming value of a device follows in brackets.
With some devices (type 8 control gears), you can also specify the color value and
color temperature:
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Figure 13: “Set Values” dialog (example 2)
4.1.4.4
Scene Context Menu
Right-click a scene or attached devices to display the related context menu:
Table 20: “Scene” context menu
Menu item
Rename
Configure Scene
Remove Device(s) from Scene
Recall Scene
Description
Select this menu item to change the
selected scene into an input field in
which you can enter the required name
(e.g., “Room 1”). To exit the input field,
confirm your entry by pressing the
[Return] key on your keyboard or by
clicking another scene tree structure.
Use this menu item to open the “Set
Values” dialog.
(See also section “Assigning Scenes”.)
Use this menu item to remove attached
devices from the scene.
Only enabled if a connection is
established and exactly 1 scene is
selected. Use this menu item to call up
the selected scene (broadcast).
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Configuration
To read or write the configuration parameters from DALI network devices, click
the [Configuration] button.
Additional tabs are available to you in the configuration area.
The tabs displayed depend on which gear types are in the selection of the topology
tree (tree structure).
If the top level (default name “New Line”) of the tree structure is selected,
corresponding tabs are created for each underlying gear type.
Figure 14: “Configuration” view (example)
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“Control Gear (Common)” Tab
You have access to the following parameters in the table under the “Control
Gear (Common)” tab:
Table 21: “Control Gear (Common)” tab
Name
Physical Min level
Description
Minimum physical lamp output
Version Number
Power on level
Version number
Lamp output with voltage
recovery
System failure level Lamp output in the event of
system malfunction (e.g.,
interrupted DALI line)
Min level
Minimum lamp output
Max level
Maximum lamp output
Fade time
Fade time (time for the dimming
value change)
Fade speed
Fade rate
Unit
Percent
[%]
Percent
[%]
Percent
[%]
Percent
[%]
Percent
[%]
Read/Write
R
R
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
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“Emergency Lighting (DT1)” Tab
You have access to the following parameters in the table under the “Emergency
Lighting (DT1)” tab:
Table 22: “Emergency Lighting (DT1)” tab
Name
Emergency Min
Level
Emergency Max
Level
Rated Duration
Features
Extended Version
Number
Emergency Level
Function test delay
time
Function test
interval
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Minimum lamp output for
emergency lighting: Minimum
brightness level to operate the
light in emergency mode. The
value can lie between “1” and
“Emergency Max Level”.
Maximum lamp output for
emergency lighting: Maximum
brightness level to operate the
light in emergency mode. The
value can lie between
“Emergency Min Level” and
“254”.
Duration test interval: Duration
that the lamp can be operated in
emergency mode (e.g., based on
the battery charge). The value can
lie between 0 and 255. The value
is multiplied by 2 min.
Functions: Information about type
and functionality of the ECG.
Extended version number
Unit
Percent
[%]
Read/Write
R
Percent
[%]
R
Lamp output for emergency
lighting: Brightness value to
operate the lamp in emergency
mode. The value must lie
between “Emergency Min Level”
and “Emergency Max Level”.
Function test delay: Maximum
period within which the function
test is started again when it could
not be started previously at the
scheduled time, e.g., due to a low
batter charge.
Function test interval: Time after
which a function test is carried
out again.
Percent
[%]
R/W
Hours
[h]
R/W
Days
[days]
R/W
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Table 22: “Emergency Lighting (DT1)” tab
Name
Duration test delay
time
Duration test
interval
Test execution
timeout
Prolong time
4.1.5.3
Description
Duration test delay: Maximum
period within which the light
duration test is started again when
it could not be started previously
at the scheduled time.
Duration test interval: Time after
which a light duration test is
carried out again.
Maximum execution time:
Indicates when a test could not be
performed even after the delay
time.
Emergency mode shutoff delay:
Period during which the light
remains at the emergency level
after returning to normal mode.
Unit
Hours
[h]
Read/Write
R/W
Weeks
[weeks]
R/W
Days
[days]
R/W
Minutes
[min]
R/W
“Digital Signal into DC Voltage (DT5)” Tab
You have access to the following parameters in the table under the “Digital Signal
into DC Voltage (DT5)” tab:
Table 23: “Digital Signal into DC Voltage (DT5)” tab
Name
Converter Features
Extended Version
Number
4.1.5.4
Description
Converter functions: Information about type and
functionality of the ECG
Extended version number
“LED Module (DT6)” Tab
You can view and set some of the following parameters in the table under the
“LED Module (DT6)” tab:
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Table 24: “LED Module (DT6)” tab
Name
Description
Min Fast Fade Time Min. fast fade time: The value
can lie between 0 … 27. The
value is multiplied by 25 ms.
Gear Type
Gear type: Information about
type and functionality of the
ECG.
Possible Operating Possible operating modes
Modes
Features
Features: Information about the
functionality of the ECG.
Extended Version
Extended version number
Number
Fast Fade Time
Fast fade time: The value can lie
between 0 … 27. The value is
multiplied by 25 ms.
Dimming Curve
Dimming curve:
The response indicates what
dimming curve is currently
used:
• “0” means standard
logarithmic dimming curve
• “1” means linear dimming
curve
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Unit
Milliseconds
[ms]
Read/Write
R
R
R
R
R
Milliseconds
[ms]
R/W
R/W
“Switching Function (DT7)” Tab
You have access to the following parameters in the table under the “Switching
Function (DT7)” tab:
Table 25: “Switching Function (DT7)” tab
Name
Gear Type
Features
Extended Version
Number
Up Switch On
Threshold
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type and functionality of the
ECG
Features: Information about the
functionality of the ECG.
Extended version number
Unit
Switch ON threshold switch up
Percent
[%]
Read/Write
R
R
R
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Table 25: “Switching Function (DT7)” tab
Name
Up Switch Off
Threshold
Down Switch On
Threshold
Down Switch Off
Threshold
Error Hold Off Time
4.1.5.6
Description
Switch OFF threshold switch up
Switch ON threshold switch
down
Switch OFF threshold switch
down
Error hold time: Minimum time
that there must be an error, so
that it is displayed:
• “0” means the error is immediately displayed
• “255” means the error is not
displayed
Unit
Percent
[%]
Percent
[%]
Percent
[%]
Seconds
[s]
Read/Write
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
“Colour Control (DT8)” Tab
You can specify the color settings of a device under the “Colour Control (DT8)”
tab:
Table 26: “Colour Control (DT8)” tab
Name
Description
xy-Coordinate
Supports xy coordinates
Capable
Colour Temperature Supports color temperature
Capable
Extended Version
Extended version number
Number
Automatic
Automatic activation
activation
Color value and color temperature:
Power On Colour
Color after voltage recovery
System Failure
Colour
Color in the event of system
malfunctions
Unit
Read/Write
R
R
R
R/W
Color
[Color]
Color
[Color]
R/W
R/W
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Table 26: “Colour Control (DT8)” tab
Name
Description
Color temperature:
Colour Temperature Physically coolest color
Tc Physical Coolest temperature Tc
Colour Temperature Physically warmest color
Tc Physical
temperature Tc
Warmest
Colour Temperature Coolest color temperature Tc
Tc Coolest
Colour Temperature Warmest color temperature Tc
Tc Warmest
Unit
Read/Write
Color
[Color]
Color
[Color]
R/W
Color
[Color]
Color
[Color]
R/W
R/W
R/W
Click the Scaled Value table column to open the “Set Values” dialog where you
can set the Colour value or Colour Temp. (color temperature). Click the [OK]
button to confirm your entries.
Figure 15: Change color settings – color value
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Figure 16: Change color settings – color temperature
4.1.5.7
“Memory Banks” Tab
The “Memory Banks” tab pertains to ECGs.
Read memory banks for a selected device
The memory banks for a selected device must be read before they can be
displayed! Click the [Read] button on the ribbon.
Observe the manufacturer's documentation!
The specific description for memory banks of individual ECGs is available in the
manufacturer's documentation of the respective ECG.
4.1.5.7.1 Multiple Devices
If multiple devices are selected, you can write 1 individual byte in the respective
memory bank in all selected devices.
1.
First, select the required value from the Write value list box.
2.
Select the address concerned from the to address list box.
3.
Select the required memory bank from the on memory bank list box.
4.
Click the [Write] button on the ribbon to confirm your selection.
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Figure 17: Write memory bank, multiple devices (example)
The “Lock byte” is not written automatically!
A memory bank is initially “read only”. The “Lock byte” is used to (un)lock
write access. The “Lock byte” must be written before write access to the memory
bank is allowed!
4.1.5.7.2 Single Device
If a single device is selected, multiple bytes can also be written to the memory
bank:
Figure 18: Write memory bank, single device (example)
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“Push Button (DT1)” Tab
You have access to the following parameters in the table under the “Push Button
(DT1)“ tab:
Table 27: “Push Button (DT1)” tab
Name
Sensor Active
Short Press
Long Press
Double Press
Switch
4.1.5.9
Description
Sensor active
Short button press
Long button press
Double button press
Switch
Read/Write
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
“Presence Detector (DT2)” Tab
You have access to the following parameters in the table under the “Presence
Detector (DT2)” tab:
Table 28: “Presence Detector (DT2)” tab
Name
Sensor Active
Repetition Time
4.1.5.10
Description
Sensor active
Repetition time
Unit
Seconds
[s]
Read/Write
R/W
R/W
“Light Sensor (DT3)” Tab
You have access to the following parameters in the table under the “Light Sensor
(DT3)” tab:
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Table 29: “Light Sensor (DT3)” tab – sensor type 1
Name
Sensor Active
Send On Delta
Min Send Time
Max Send Time
Description
Sensor active
Send on change in value: Send
on change in the brightness
value.
Minimum send time: Minimum
time until updating the
brightness value.
Maximum send time: Maximum
time until updating the
brightness value.
Unit
Percent
[%]
Read/Write
R/W
R/W
Seconds
[s]
R/W
Seconds
[s]
R/W
Unit
Percent
[%]
Read/Write
R/W
Seconds
[s]
R/W
Seconds
[s]
R/W
Table 30: “Light Sensor (DT3)” tab – sensor type 2
Name
Send On Delta
Min Send Time
Max Send Time
4.1.5.11
Description
Send on change in value: Send
on change in the brightness
value.
Minimum send time: Minimum
time until updating the
brightness value.
Maximum send time: Maximum
time until updating the
brightness value.
“Presence Detector (DT4)” Tab
You have access to the following parameters in the table under the “Presence
Detector (DT4)” tab:
Table 31: “Presence Detector (DT4)” tab
Name
Sensor Active
Repetition Time
4.1.5.12
Description
Sensor active
Repetition time
Unit
Seconds
[s]
Read/Write
R/W
R/W
“MSensor (Common)” Tab
You have access to the following parameters in the table under the “MSensor
(Common)” tab:
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Table 32: “MSensor (Common)” tab
Name
Sensor Active
4.1.5.13
Description
Sensor active
Read/Write
R/W
“Button (Common)” Tab
You can view the following parameters in the table under the “Button
(Common)” tab:
Table 33: “Button (Common)” tab
Name
Sensor Active
4.1.5.14
Description
Sensor active
Read/Write
R/W
“Push Button (DT50)” Tab
You have access to the following parameters in the table under the “Push Button
(DT50)” tab:
Table 34: “Push Button (DT50)” tab
Name
Switch
On Short Press
Off Short Press
On Long Press
Off Long Press
Double Press
Switch Closed
Switch Opened
Description
Put into operation as a switch
Short button press ON
Short button press OFF
Long button press ON
Long button press OFF
Double button press
Switch closed
Switch opened
Read/Write
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
R/W
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“MODULE SETTINGS” Tab
Figure 19: View of the “MODULE SETTINGS” tab
The view of the configuration of the I/O module is on the “MODULE
SETTINGS” tab. You can perform general settings for the DALI Multi-Master
Module 753-647.
The view is divided into 3 areas:
•
Easy Mode
•
Full Mode
•
General
You can press the [Read] button on the ribbon to display the settings of the
current DALI Multi-Master Module.
You can also make changes to the settings and then write the changes to the DALI
Multi-Master Module by clicking the [Write] button on the ribbon.
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Table 35: Buttons of the “MODULE SETTINGS” tab
Button
Label
Beschreibung
Connection
(only visible if not connected)
Establishes the connection to the DALI MultiMaster Module.
(only visible if connected)
Disables the connection to the DALI MultiMaster Module.
Click this button to open the “Communication
Settings” dialog, see section “START Tab”
> … > “Communication Settings”.
Actions
Use this button to read the settings of the DALI
Multi-Master Module.
[Connect]
[Disconnect]
[Settings]
[Read]
Use this button to write the settings made on this
tab to the DALI Multi-Master Module.
[Write]
4.2.1
Overview of Configuration Settings
4.2.1.1
“Easy Mode”
The “Easy mode” provides lighting control using simply binary signals without
complicated PLC programming.
Table 36: Overview of the “Easy mode” configuration settings
Function
Ex.
value
*
Enable Two-Button Mode

Latching Relay Function

Description
2-button mode enabled *
1-button mode enabled
Latching relay function enabled (dimming
is blocked)
*

Latching relay function disabled *
Save the last dimming value when
Last Light Level at “On”
*
switching OFF as the starting value for
switching ON *
Switch ON at fixed dimming value

(default 229 corresponds to 50.7%)
Time, up to which a button press is
Maximum Time for Short
0.50 [s]
recognized as a short button signal
Keypress[es]
Setting at what brightness value should be
Dimmvalue at “On” [%]
50.5
switched ON.
*
Default
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“Full Mode”
In “Full mode”, the I/O module can query and control the status of the attached
devices in the DALI line by systematic polling.
Table 37: Overview of the “Full mode” configuration settings
Function
Ex.
value
Flash Period for Device
Identification [s]
Store Network Image
1.0 [s]
*

Enable Auto Replace
*

*
4.2.1.3
Description
Flashing period for locating the devices
Store network settings every 24 hours
from RAM to EEPROM enabled *
Store network settings every 24 hours
from RAM to EEPROM disabled
Automatic replace of replacement devices
enabled *
Automatic replace of replacement devices
disabled
Default
General Settings
Table 38: Overview of the “General” configuration settings
Function
Enable Gear Polling
Device Polling
Interval[s]
Query new Gears
after … Cycles
Network Query after
Power UP
Enable Internal Power
Supply
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*

Description
Gear polling enabled *
Gear polling disabled
Interval for device polling
1.0 [s]
(1 ... x sec.)
Number of gear query cycles after which
3
the network must be queried for new gears
(x ... y cycles)
*

Network query after restart enabled *

Network query after restart disabled
*

Internal power supply enabled *

Internal power supply disabled
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Table 38: Overview of the “General” configuration settings
Function
Ex.
Description
value
Behavior of the DALI Multi-Master Module after
Behavior after Short
the end of a short circuit:
Circuit
No
DALI Multi-Master Module performs no
action separate action.
If the short circuit lasted between 3
Central seconds … 7 seconds, the DALI MultiOFF * Master Module switches OFF all ECGs
(see also "Construction Site Function").
Last All lights are set to the dimming value
dim- before occurrence of the short circuit.
ming Info: Only enabled in firmware 4 or
value higher
Number of transmissions/repetitions in
Transmission Repetitions
3
case of error
in Case of Collision
*
Default
Table 39: Overview of configuration setting information
Information
Firmware Version
Hardware Version
03
01
Displays the firmware version of the
selected DALI Multi-Master Module.
Displays the hardware version of the
selected DALI Multi-Master Module.
Use the “Enable Internal Power Supply” function to disable the internal DALI
power supply in the DALI Multi-Master Module 753-647 to connect an external
DALI power supply.
Destruction of DALI subscribers due to misuse of the WAGO power supply
787-1007!
Please note that the power supply by WAGO (Item No.: 787-1007) may only be
connected to the DALI Multi-Master Module 753-647. The power supply for the
DALI bus is provided indirectly via the DALI Multi-Master Module. A direction
connect to the DALI bus can result in the destruction of the attached DALI slaves.
Therefore, never connect the WAGO Power Supply 787-1007 to a DALI network
directly without a DALI Multi-Master Module 753-647 connected between the
power supply and the network.
4.2.2
Using the “Construction Site Function”
Use of the Behavior after Short Circuit function can also be helpful before
initial startup, e.g., to switch OFF the lighting at a construction site overnight:
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1.
Make sure that the “Central Off” function is selected (default setting) in the
Behavior after Short Circuit selection box.
2.
Switch a button between the two DALI bus lines to short-circuit the DALI
bus.
3.
Make sure that the “Lamp Output on System Failure” (System failure
level) for the ECGs lies between 1 and 254 (default setting: 254, i.e.,
100 %).
4.
Perform a short circuit within a time window of 3 … 7 seconds.
The “OFF” command is sent as a broadcast and all ECGs and lighting is switched
OFF simultaneously.
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Figure 20: View of the “DIAGNOSTICS” tab
The diagnostic view of the DALI Multi-Master Module 753-647 is on the
“DIAGNOSTICS” tab.
Table 40: Buttons of the “DIAGNOSTICS” tab – Connection
Button
Label
[Connect]
[Disconnect]
[Settings]
Description
Connection
(only visible if not connected)
Establishes the connection to the DALI MultiMaster Module.
(only visible if connected)
Disables the connection to the DALI MultiMaster Module.
Click this button to open the “Communication
Settings” dialog, see section “START Tab”
> … > “Communication Settings”.
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Table 41: Buttons of the “DIAGNOSTICS” tab– Actions
Button
Description
Connection
Click this button to switch ON all lights
[Central ON]
connected to the DALI line.
Click this button to switch OFF all lights
[Central OFF]
connected to the DALI line.
Click this button to update the diagnostic
[Status Query]
information, operating values and operating
hours.
Click this button to create a diagnostic report that
[Status Report]
you can open later as e.g., an Excel file. The
content is a snapshot of the current status of all
connected DALI slaves.
The “Save As” dialog appears. Enter the required
storage location and file name of the CSV file and
click the [Save] button to confirm.
Click this button to reset the operating hours of
[Reset Operating
the selected devices to the value “0”.
Hours]
*
 /  [Enable "Set
Select this checkbox to allow editing of table cells
Operating Hours"] for writing the operating hours. (This function is
only available in firmware version 4 or higher,
i.e., the checkbox is grayed out otherwise).
*
Label
Default
Operating hours are written to the I/O module internal database, not to the
ECG!
The set operating hours are written to the internal database of the DALI MultiMaster Module 753-647 and not to the respective ECG itself!
In addition to the columns with icon, name, path, address, value and operating
hours, the table in the configuration area also contains the following columns in
which the status of a device is indicated in the respective table row:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
NA: Not available
ON: Light is ON
DF: Device fault
LD: Lights defective
LE: Limit error
DA: Duplicate address detected / undefined response
AM: Sensor in active mode
Any errors are indicated by a red exclamation mark:
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Move table columns!
If the later columns (Value, Operating Hours) of the table in the configuration
area are not visible due to the screen being too small, it makes sense to push the
earlier table columns (Name, Path) together.
Table 42: Meaning of the status indication in the diagnostic table
Status Explanation
Device not available
NA
ON
DF
LD
LE
DA
AM
4.3.1
The lamp is switched
ON
Device fault or
device failure
Remedy
Check the device, connection and addressing. If
required, re-assign the address (see section
“START Tab” > … > “Addressing”).
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Check the failed device. Replace the device if
defective. If necessary, use the Replace function
to transfer data (topology tree context menu,
menu item Restore Device) (see section
“START Tab” > … > “Tree Structure”).
Lamp is defective
Replace the defective lamp.
Underrun or overrun of Check the limit settings for the device
the limiting value
concerned in the configuration (see section
“START Tab” > … > “Configuration”).
Duplicate address
To remove a duplicate address, switch to the
detected
Addressing view under the “START” tab.
or
Delete the address of the device concerned from
Undefined response
the table cell. Then re-assign the address (see
section “START Tab” > … > “Addressing”).
Sensor is in active mode --and is transmitting data
Updating Diagnostic Information
In the tree structure on the left side, choose for which of your DALI Multi-Master
Module 753-647 you want to display the list of all connected devices. Multiple
selection is possible.
1.
Select the required DALI Multi-Master Module 753-647 by clicking it.
2.
Click the [Status Query] button on the ribbon.
All attached control gears with their respective status are listed for the DALI
Multi-Master Module 753-647 currently selected in the table on the right side.
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4.3.2
Creating a Status Report
You have the option of creating a diagnostic report of the connected DALI
network devices as a CSV file:
1.
Click the [Status Report] button on the ribbon. The “Save as” dialog
appears.
2.
Enter the required storage location and file name for the CSV file.
3.
Click [Save] to confirm the dialog.
The file created can now be opened, e.g. as an Excel table.
4.3.3
Light Operating Hours
Move table columns!
If the later columns (Value, Operating Hours) of the table in the configuration
area are not visible due to the screen being too small, it makes sense to push the
earlier table columns (Name, Path) together.
4.3.3.1
Reset Operating Hours
The operating hours counted in the last table column Operating Hours can be
reset to “0”.
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Click to select the device whose operating hours you want to reset.
2.
Click the [Reset operating hours] button on the ribbon.
Set Operating Hours
Logging operating hours depending on firmware!
You can only edit the table cells for DALI Multi-Master Modules with firmware
version 4 or higher and only then if the function has been unlocked by selecting
the Set Operating Hours checkbox.
For I/O modules with a firmware version lower than 4, the function is disabled
and the respective checkbox grayed out.
A short address is required to write operating hours!
To write operating hours, enter the required value in the respective table cell of
the “DIAGNOSTICS” tab. The respective device must have a short address. An
error message appears otherwise.
For DALI Multi-Master Modules with firmware 4 or higher, you can write
operating hours, e.g. for applications where an ECG is replaced, but the lighting is
continued to be used.
1.
Make sure that the respective device has a short address.
2.
Select the Enable 'Set operating hours' checkbox on the ribbon. The table
cells are unlocked.
3. You can now edit the table cell entry
4.4
Status Bar
Figure 22: Status bar (example)
Information on the status of the started action appears if necessary in the status bar
at the bottom of the user interface.
The connection status to a DALI Multi-Master Module is represented on the right
by an icon:
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Symbol
Description
The DALI Multi-Master Module is connected.
There is no connection to a DALI Multi-Master Module.
In addition, the current connection settings are displayed, i.e., the IP address or
COM port of the connected fieldbus node if necessary.
If an action (e.g., Read, Write, etc.) is called up, a progress bar displays the
progress of the action.
If an error occurs, it is indicated by an icon and textually named.
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Figure 23: View of the “FILE” tab
For some buttons, there is a Backstage view on the “FILE” tab, as known from
MS Office among others.
With the buttons listed here, you have the option to:
•
Save a project
•
Save the project under a different name
•
Open an existing project
•
Create a new project or project folder
•
Import project data (XML or CSV)
•
Export device information to a format importable by CODESYS
•
Save the project data to a PDF file
•
Export the project data to a CSV file
•
Call up the user manual as a PDF
•
Display WAGO contact information
•
Close the program
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Table 44: Buttons of the “FILE” tab
Button
Label
[Save]
Description
The configuration of the current project is saved
as a project folder. File format: “wdc2s”
(“WAGO DALI Configurator 2 Solution”).
Note: For a new project, select the required
storage location in your directory structure, assign
a file name and click [Save] to confirm.
Select the required storage location in your
[Save As]
directory structure and the required file name for
the .wdc2s file of the current project. Click [Save]
to confirm.
Select the required .wdc2s file in your directory
[Open]
structure and click [Open] to confirm.
This button displays a Backstage view with other
buttons for creating a new project or project
folder.
[New Project] Click this button to create a new empty project for
the selected DALI Multi-Master Module. The
project data of the other modules remains
unchanged.
After creating a new project, the program
switches to the START tab.
[New Solution] Click this button to create a new solution. The
solution contains the project data of all DALI
Multi-Master Modules.
After creating a new solution, the program
switches to the START tab.
This button displays a Backstage view with other
buttons for importing old project files (XML
format) or project data (CSV format) of the
selected DALI Multi-Master Module.
Click this button to open an old project file (from
[Old Project
WAGO DALI Configurator version 1). The
File]
project data for the selected DALI Multi-Master
Module is replaced by this project.
[Import CSV
File]
[Export to
CODESYS]
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Click this button to import control gears from a
CSV file and add them to the project data of the
selected DALI Multi-Master Module.
This button displays a Backstage view with other
buttons for exporting your project data.
Click this button to export device information
(name, short address) and the group names of the
DALI Multi-Master Modules in a format that can
be imported by CODESYS.
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Button
Label
[Save as PDF]
[Save as CSV]
[PDF manual]
[Exit]
4.5.1
Description
Click this button to create the project
documentation for your project or your project
folder as a PDF file. Use the selection box to
choose between “All” (default) or “Selected
Module”.
Click this button to export the project data for the
selected DALI Multi-Master Module (name, short
address, groups, scenes and standard parameters)
to a CSV file (ECGs only).
this button displays a Backstage view with the
WAGO contact address and contact information
for WAGO Support. In addition, you can also
open the software manual from a button.
Opens the manual for the WAGO DALI
Configurator (PDF).
Terminates execution of the program and closes
the window.
Project Documentation: Create “WAGO DALI Configurator
Report”
The [Save as PDF] button is available to you in the Backstage view of the
[Export] button.
Click this button to create a report for your project or project folder in the form of
a PDF file.
In addition to the project name and creation date, the comprehensive device
overview with group association, scene values and device settings is listed.
In addition, a checklist for installation and startup is generated in which the
project manager is named and comments can be entered. Customer, electrician
and lighting designer can countersign the report (see figure “Report, Checklist”).
1.
Click the [Export] button. The related Backstage view is shown.
2.
In the PDF area, select if the report for the current project (“Selected
module”) or the entire project folder with all attached DALI Multi-Master
Modules (“All”) should be created.
3.
Click the [Save as PDF]. The “Save Report” dialog opens.
4.
Enter the required storage location and file name of the PDF file and click
the [Save] button to confirm. The PDF is generated.
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Startup – Example Configuration
5.1
Establish Connection
5.2
5.3
1.
Launch the WAGO DALI Configurator. You are at the beginning on the
“START” tab.
2.
Click the [Settings] button on the ribbon. The “Communication Settings”
dialog appears.
3.
Select the Connection (“Ethernet (TCP/IP)” or “Serial”).
4.
Enter the IP Address or select the Port.
5.
Select the appropriate DALI Module position.
6.
Confirm your entries by clicking [OK].
7.
Click the [Connect] button on the ribbon.
Address Control Gears (ECG)
1.
Make sure that the [Addressing] button on the ribbon is active and that you
are on the “Control Gears” tab.
2.
If necessary, clear the Only Unaddressed Devices checkbox on the ribbon.
3.
Select the “Random Addressing” entry in the ribbon selection box.
4.
Click the [Start] button on the ribbon. A dialog appears with the questions
“Would you like to start addressing with the following settings?”
5.
Click [Yes] to confirm the dialog. The control gears found are listed.
6.
Click the [Locate Start] button on the ribbon.
7.
Double-click the first table cell and rename the control gear as required.
Press the [Return] key on your keyboard to confirm your entry. The next
table cell is selected for editing.
8.
Also rename the other control gears.
9.
Click the [Locate Stop] button on the ribbon to stop the process.
Create Room Structure
1.
Right-click the New Line tree structure.
2.
Select the Add New Section menu item in the context menu.
3.
Right-click the new New Section entry.
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4.
Select the Rename menu item in the context menu.
5.
Enter a suitable name, e.g., “Room 1”.
6.
Repeat steps 1 to 5 until you have created the required number of areas.
7.
Distribute the control gears to the areas as required by dragging & dropping
each control gear to the respective area.
Assigning Lighting Groups
1.
Click the [Groups & Scenes] button on the ribbon.
2.
Drag a required section from the room structure to a group of the group tree
in the configuration area.
3.
Right-click the respective group.
4.
Select the Rename menu item in the context menu.
5.
Enter a suitable name, e.g., “Room 1”.
6.
Do the same with the remaining areas.
Assigning a Light Scene
1.
Drag a required group from the list of “Groups” to a scene of the scene tree.
The “Set Values” dialog appears.
2.
Enter a value for the level setting (%).
3.
Select the Send when changed checkbox.
4.
Confirm your entries by clicking [OK].
5.
Expand the edited scene by clicking the arrow next to the scene. The same
dimming value is specified for all control gears in the scene.
6.
To edit the level setting of individual control gears, right-click the control
gear and select Configure Scene menu item in the context menu. The “Set
Values” dialog opens, but this time for the currently selected control gear
only.
7.
Change the dimming value of the individual control gear as required.
8.
Right-click the scene and select the Rename menu item in the context menu
to rename the scene, e.g. to “Projector” or “Presentation”.
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Configuring Control Gears (ECG)
1.
Click the [Configuration] button on the ribbon.
2.
First make sure that the required section is selected in the tree structure. Edit
the table entries in the “Control Gear (Common)” tab.
3.
Click the [Write] button in the ribbon to apply the changes made to the
DALI Multi-Master Module.
Addressing and Assigning Type 2 Sensors
1.
Click the [Addressing] button on the ribbon.
2.
Select the “Sensor Type 2” tab.
3.
Click the [Start] button on the ribbon. A dialog appears with the questions
“Would you like to start addressing with the following settings?”
4.
Click [Yes] to confirm the dialog. The control gears found are listed.
5.
Double-click in the first table row and name the type 2 sensor as required.
6.
You can also rename the remaining type 2 sensors.
7.
Click the [Locate Start] button on the ribbon.
8.
Click the [Locate Stop] button on the ribbon to stop the process.
9.
The type 2 sensors are also listed in the tree structure. Distribute the type 2
sensors in the areas as required.
Configuring Type 2 Sensors
1.
Click the [Configuration] button on the ribbon.
2.
First make sure that the required sensor/coupler is selected in the tree
structure. Edit the table entries under the corresponding tabs.
3.
Click the [Write] button in the ribbon to apply the changes made to the
DALI Multi-Master Module.
Querying the Control Gear Status
1.
Go to the “DIAGNOSTICS” tab.
2.
Click the [Query Status] button on the ribbon. All attached control gears
with their respective status are listed for the DALI Multi-Master Module
currently selected in the table on the right side.
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To create a snapshot of the current status as a CSV file, click the [Status
Report] button on the ribbon.
The “Save as” dialog appears.
4.
Enter the required storage location and file name for the CSV file.
5.
Click [Save] to confirm the dialog.
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5.10
5.11
Generating Project Documentation
1.
Go to the “FILE” tab.
2.
Click the [Export] button. The related Backstage view is shown.
3.
In the PDF area, select if the report for the current project (“Selected
Module”) or the entire project folder with all attached DALI Multi-Master
Modules (“All”) should be created.
4.
Click the [Save as PDF] button. The “Save report” dialog appears.
5.
Enter the required storage location and file name of the PDF file and click
the [Save] button to confirm. The PDF is generated.
Setting Cyclic Control Gear Query and Saving the
Project
1.
Go to the “MODULE SETTINGS” tab.
2.
Select the Enable Gear Polling checkbox.
3.
Change the value in the Device Polling Interval [s] input field as required.
4.
Click the [Write] button on the ribbon.
5.
Click the
icon in the quick access toolbar to save the configuration.
The “Save configuration” dialog appears.
6.
Enter a file name and click [Save] to confirm your entry.
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Auto-Replace Function
In the event that exactly one control gear item (ECG) is defective and is
replaced by a non-addressed ECG, the “Replace” function can be used to
automatically assign the old short address of the previous control gear to the
new control gear and subsequently restore the settings for that control gear
using the data stored in the module database.
C
Control Gear (electronic ballast, ECG)
“Control Gear” is the short designation for “electronic control gear” (ECG).
In DALI networks, control gear is implemented as one or more components
between the network power supply and one or more lamps.
The control gear is used for power supply for the lighting and for
communication with DALI. The control gears provide the switch-on voltage
and warm-up current for the lamps to prevent a cold start, thus enhancing
the power factor and reducing electromagnetic interference.
Control Device
“Control Device” is the IEC designation for the DALI-(Multi)-Master. This
term also denotes the active sensors.
D
DALI
“DALI” is the acronym for “Digital Addressable Lighting Interface”, a
protocol for control of lighting devices and equipment in building
automation, such as switched-mode power supply units (“electronic
transformers”), electronic control gear (ECG) or electronic dimmers.
Specific definitions are elucidated in the IEC 62386 series of standards.
 Refer also to “IEC 62386”.
DALI Short Address
Each device with a DALI interface is addressed in the network using a
DALI short address. For some multifunction devices, such as the
multisensors, each individual function (brightness, presence, remote control)
can be assigned a dedicated DALI short address, enabling the function to be
specifically addressed.
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E
Easy mode
In the “Easy” mode, attached DALI devices are represented in binary form
with two bits each on the process image. These two bits correspond to the
button functions (ON/OFF, DIMMING) and are implemented in the DALI
Multi-Master Module 753-647. The status is queried in cycles.
The “Easy mode” is implemented by modules in the firmware.
 See also “Full mode.”
F
Full mode
In the “Full” mode, switching commands are specified by a higher-order
control system via a PLC application.
The transmission within the I/O module occurs via the I/O module internal
mailbox. Querying of process data is acyclic.
The “Full mode” is implemented by modules in WAGO-I/O-PRO.
 See also “Easy mode.”
I
IEC 62386
The “IEC 62386” “Digitally addressable interface for lighting” is a series of
standards which defines details specific to DALI. This series of standards is
reviewed by the IEC subcommittee SC 34C and consists of different
sections (date, Sept. 2010):
• 101: System,
• 102: Operating Devices,
• 201 to -210: Device Types 0-9:
- 201: Device Type 0: Fluorescent Lamps
- 202: Device Type 1: Independent Emergency Lighting
- 203: Device Type 2: Discharge Lamps
- 204: Device Type 3: Low-Voltage Halogen Lamps,
- 205: Device Type 4: Incandescent Lamps
- 206: Device Type 5: Conversion of Digital Signals to DC Voltage
- 207: Device Type 6: LED Modules
- 208: Device Type 7: Switching Function
- 209: Device Type 8: Color/Color Temperature Control
- 210*): Device Type 9: Sequencers
(*) Device Type 9 is not supported by the WAGO DALI Multi-Master Module 753-647).
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Multi-Master
In a “Multi-Master”, control of the intelligent measuring and automation
devices on the fieldbus is performed locally, in contrast to a Master-Slave
system.
The WAGO 753-647 DALI Multi-Master Module is a Multi-Master, which
supports the DALI interface and can utilize this interface together with other
master devices.
R
Random Address
The “Random address” (or “Search Address”) is a 24-bit address generated
by an ECG during initialization.
S
Single Master
In contrast to a Multi-Master, a “Single Master” does not support collision
detection and is not suitable for connection at the same interface with other
masters.
Settling Time
The “Settling Time” is the minimum time period between two frames.
V
Virtual Group
A DALI group is a logical combination of devices to which a common
group address is assigned so that these devices execute a common function
synchronously. These devices do not necessarily have to be physically
linked (e.g., the group for all emergency lighting systems, all hallway lights,
etc.).
In the event that the 16 group addresses available for this (0 ... 15) are not
sufficient, as further groups are required, an additional 16 virtual groups
(with group addresses 17 .... 31) can also be created. These groups cannot,
however, be addressed via a DALI group command, but only one after the
other by individual commands from the DALI Multi-Master Module. A
maximum of 8 devices may be assigned to each virtual group in order not
slow down or impede DALI data exchange on the bus.
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Figure 1: Launching the WAGO DALI Configurators from
WAGO-I/O-CHECK .................................................................................... 17
Figure 2: Launching the WAGO DALI Configurator by clicking the .exe file .... 17
Figure 3: User interface ......................................................................................... 18
Figure 4: View of the “START” tab ..................................................................... 19
Figure 5: “Communication Settings” dialog ......................................................... 23
Figure 6: “Addressing”, “Control Gears” view (example).................................... 24
Figure 7: Tabs in the “Addressing” view .............................................................. 24
Figure 8: “Add Devices” dialog ............................................................................ 28
Figure 9: Editing table cells................................................................................... 28
Figure 10: Setting up the tree structure ................................................................. 39
Figure 11: View of the “Groups & Scenes, Set Scene Value” configuration
area (example) .............................................................................................. 40
Figure 12: “Set Values” dialog (example 1) ......................................................... 41
Figure 13: “Set Values” dialog (example 2) ......................................................... 42
Figure 14: “Configuration” view (example) ......................................................... 43
Figure 15: Change color settings – color value ..................................................... 49
Figure 16: Change color settings – color temperature .......................................... 50
Figure 17: Write memory bank, multiple devices (example) ................................ 51
Figure 18: Write memory bank, single device (example) ..................................... 51
Figure 19: View of the “MODULE SETTINGS” tab ........................................... 55
Figure 20: View of the “DIAGNOSTICS” tab ..................................................... 60
Figure 21: View of the configuration area under the “DIAGNOSTICS” tab ....... 63
Figure 22: Status bar (example) ............................................................................ 64
Figure 23: View of the “FILE” tab ........................................................................ 66
Figure 24: Report, Checklist ................................................................................. 69
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Table 1: Number notation........................................................................................ 9
Table 2: Font conventions ....................................................................................... 9
Table 3: Requirements PC Hardware .................................................................... 12
Table 4: Required PC Software ............................................................................. 12
Table 5: Optional PC Software ............................................................................. 12
Table 6: Required Hardware of the WAGO-I/O-SYSTEM .................................. 13
Table 7: Compatibility list, status: June 2014 ....................................................... 14
Table 8: Legend for the “User interface” figure.................................................... 18
Table 9: Buttons of the “START” tab – Connection............................................. 19
Table 10: Buttons of the “START” tab – View .................................................... 20
Table 11: Buttons of the “START” tab – DALI Network .................................... 20
Table 12: Buttons of the “START” tab– Actions.................................................. 21
Table 13: Buttons of the “START” tab – Addressing ........................................... 22
Table 14: List of available DALI network devices ............................................... 26
Table 15: Context menu for the “Control Gears” list ............................................ 29
Table 16: Context menu for the “Sensor Type 1” list ........................................... 33
Table 17: Context menu for the "Sensor Type 2" list ........................................... 36
Table 18: Context menu for the entries in the tree structure ................................. 38
Table 19: “Groups” context menu ......................................................................... 41
Table 20: “Scene” context menu ........................................................................... 42
Table 21: “Control Gear (Common)” tab .............................................................. 44
Table 22: “Emergency Lighting (DT1)” tab ......................................................... 45
Table 23: “Digital Signal into DC Voltage (DT5)” tab......................................... 46
Table 24: “LED Module (DT6)” tab ..................................................................... 47
Table 25: “Switching Function (DT7)” tab ........................................................... 47
Table 26: “Colour Control (DT8)” tab .................................................................. 48
Table 27: “Push Button (DT1)” tab ....................................................................... 52
Table 28: “Presence Detector (DT2)” tab ............................................................. 52
Table 29: “Light Sensor (DT3)” tab – sensor type 1 ............................................. 53
Table 30: “Light Sensor (DT3)” tab – sensor type 2 ............................................. 53
Table 31: “Presence Detector (DT4)” tab ............................................................. 53
Table 32: “MSensor (Common)” tab .................................................................... 54
Table 33: “Button (Common)” tab ........................................................................ 54
Table 34: “Push Button (DT50)” tab ..................................................................... 54
Table 35: Buttons of the “MODULE SETTINGS” tab ......................................... 56
Table 36: Overview of the “Easy mode” configuration settings ........................... 56
Table 37: Overview of the “Full mode” configuration settings ............................ 57
Table 38: Overview of the “General” configuration settings ................................ 57
Table 39: Overview of configuration setting information..................................... 58
Table 40: Buttons of the “DIAGNOSTICS” tab – Connection............................. 60
Table 41: Buttons of the “DIAGNOSTICS” tab– Actions.................................... 61
Table 42: Meaning of the status indication in the diagnostic table ....................... 62
Table 43: Connection status to the DALI Multi-Master Module .......................... 65
Table 44: Buttons of the “FILE” tab ..................................................................... 67
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