ActiLume Wireless DALI 2nd Generation

ActiLume Wireless DALI 2nd Generation
ActiLume Wireless DALI
2nd Generation
OEM application guide
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Contents
1 What is ActiLume Wireless DALI 2nd Generation
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2 Product characteristics
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2.1 ActiLume gen2 multi-sensor LRI1663
2.1.1 IR receiver
2.1.2 Light sensor
2.1.3 Movement detector
2.1.4 Presence detector indicator
2.1.5 Other sensor specifications
2.2 ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 LLC1686
2.3 Dimensions ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
2.4 Electrical characteristics
2.5 Limitation on number of devices per network
2.6 Default values for various timings
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3.1 Out of the box behavior
3.2 Behavior after configuring
3.2.1 Mode 1 - Cell office - auto on
3.2.2 Mode 2 - Open office - auto on comfort mode
3.2.3 Mode 3 – Cell office - manual on
3.2.4 Mode 4 - Open office - manual on
3.2.5 Mode 5 - Non-working area - always on
3.2.6 Mode 6 - Max savings – off when vacant
3.2.7 Mode 7 - Comfort – off when vacant
3.2.8 Mode 8 - Max savings – always on
3.2.9 Mode 9 - Comfort – always on
3.2.10 Mode 10 - Non-working area – off when vacant
3.2.11 Mode 11 - Non-working area – manual on/auto off
3.2.12 Mode 12 … 15 - Free for OEM
3.3 Mode settings- overview
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5 Creating a new network
5.1 Determining the state of a ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system
5.2 Reset of a ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system
5.3 Creating a network with ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system
5.4 Adding luminaires to a new network
5.5 Closing a network
5.6 Locking a network
5.7 Unlocking a network
5.8 Removing a luminaire from a network
5.9 Creating zones in a network
5.10 Removing a luminaire from a zone
5.11 Adding wireless devices to an existing network
5.11.1 Adding a sensor, from the OSW family, to a network
5.11.2 Removing (resetting) a OSW sensor from a network
5.11.3 Adding a UID8410 device to a network
5.11.4 Removing a UID8410 from a network
5.11.5 Introduction to ZigBee Green Power (ZGP) devices
5.11.6 Adding a UID8450 ZGP switch to a network
5.11.7 Adding a UID8451 ZGP switch to a network
5.11.8 Adding a UID8460 ZGP scene selector to a network
5.11.9 Adding a UID8461 ZGP scene selector to a network
6 Changing default settings (configuring)
6.1 Changing the application mode
6.2 Request active Mode
6.3 Setting the background level
6.4 Changing Power-up-state
6.5 Setting the network IR group address
6.6 Changing the RF channel
6.7 Walk test
6.8 100 hour burn-in
6.9 Disable the motion sensor (PIR)
6.10 Selecting motion sensor (PIR) sensitivity
6.11 Selecting motion sensor (PIR) behavior
6.12 Selecting daylight sensor behavior
6.13 Change hold time
6.14 Automatic DDR set-point calibration
6.15 Selecting a set-point correction factor
6.16 Manual DDR set-point calibration (network level)
6.17 Manual DDR set-point calibration (luminaire level)
6.18 Introduction to scenes
6.18.1 Storing scenes with IRT9090
6.18.2 Storing scenes with UID8410
6.18.3 Scene recall with IRT9090
6.18.4 Scene recall with UID8410
6.18.5 Scene recall with IRT8030
6.18.6 Scene recall with IRT8050
6.18.7 Scene recall with UID8510
6.18.8 Scene recall with UID8460
6.18.9 Scene recall with UID8461
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7 Manual control
7.1 Touch and Dim (push button) control
7.2Wiring
7.3 Infra-Red (IR) control
7.3.1 Using the IRT8030
7.3.2 Using the IRT8050
7.3.3 Using the UID8510
7.4 RF control
7.4.1 Using the UID8410
7.4.2 Using UID8450
7.4.3 Using UID8451
7.4.4 Using UID8460
7.4.5 Using UID8461
8 Built in requirements
8.1 Wiring inside the luminaire
8.2 Wiring outside the luminaire
8.3 Mounting 8.3.1 Sensor LRI1663
8.3.2 Sensor cable
8.3.3 Sensor position
8.3.4 Controller LLC1686
8.3.5 Wiring to and from the controller
8.4 System capabilities and limitations
8.5 Connection examples
9 OccuSwitch wireless movement detectors
10MultiOne
10.1 Starting MultiOne software
10.2 Gaining access to a ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 network
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What is ActiLume Wireless DALI 2nd Generation
The ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system is a new easy to install and easy to use luminaire based control
solution. It is suitable for office and industrial environments and offers maximum comfort and automatic energy/
CO2 savings. The system can switch luminaires (artificial light) automatically on and off, based on occupancy, and
dims them when enough daylight (natural light) enters the area.
Although the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system is
intended to be used as an easy to install system, some
configuration (commissioning) will usually be needed.
Configuration is done by means of an infrared (IR) remote
control. This will set the artificial light according to the
designer’s requested light level, switch the controller off
or dim the light after a certain period of time. By means
of the IRT9090 IR remote control a network, also known
as a Controlled Area, with a maximum of 50 ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 systems can be created. The network
can be divided into 32 different zones and in addition
scenes can be programmed and selected or a specific light
level can be set.
As the system’s name already implies, it can also be
controlled via a secured radio connection which makes
use of the ZigBee protocol (2.4GHz, 2007/ZigBee PRO),
using a specific remote control. With this remote control
limited functions are available for personal control of
lights.
Various other Philips ZigBee devices, such as OccuSwitch
Wireless (OSW) sensors and ZigBee Green Power (ZGP)
switches and scene recall, can be integrated into the
network.
Note that encrypted commands are used for
communication between the Philips ZigBee devices and
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 systems.
The ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system consists of a
sensor and a control unit, both designed to be built into
a luminaire. The sensor contains four functions - a light
sensor for daylight dependent light level regulation (DDR),
a movement sensor for occupancy control, a infra-red
sensor for receiving information from IR remotes and a
LED indicator for status purposes. The lighting can also be
controlled manually by a wired switch with a momentary
contact (Touch and Dim). The system can operate with
any DALI compatible ballast/driver.
Another method of configuration is using a USB2ZigBee
(LCN8650) dongle in combination with Philips MultiOne
software but be aware that an IRT9090 is always needed
to create a network and bring it into the correct state.
For example to link the USB2ZigBee dongle the network
has to be “Opened network” state and to make changes
to the configuration the network needs to be in the “Test
and Configuration” state. These states can only be set
with the IRT9090.
The ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 is a luminaire based
lighting control system. The luminaires are connected
and mounted in either the ceiling or free floor standing
equipment. Through the IRT9090 remote the required
light level can be adjusted and stored into the ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 system as a DDR set-point. Other IR
remotes can be used to set light level and/or recall scenes.
With the configuration (commissioning) procedure as
described in this document, several devices can be linked
together so they will act as one system. Once configured
the system is ready for use.
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Product characteristics
This chapter will cover the product characteristics of the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 controller and sensor.
The ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system consists of the
following basic components:
4LLC1686/11 ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 (LLC1686)
4LRI1663/00 ActiLume gen2 multi-sensor (LRI1663)
Figure 1 LLC1686
All can be used to personalize the light levels with
preset dim values, scene setting or manual override of
light levels. Detailed remote controls information can
be found in chapter 7.3.
4An RF remote control
4UID8410
4Additional OccuSwitch Wireless (OSW) movement
sensors to assure movement is detected wherever
needed.
4LRM1763 (ceiling sensor)
4LRM1765 (corridor sensor)
4LRM1770 (corner sensor)
4LRM1775 (wall sensor)
These sensors communicate with ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 controller(s) using the ZigBee protocol.
4Additional ZigBee Green Power (ZGP) wireless
control devices.
4UID8450 and UID8451 ZGP on/off and dim devices
(both with the same functionality but with different
outline)
4UID8460 and UID8461 ZGP scene recall and off
devices (both with the same functionality but with
different outline)
2.1 ActiLume gen2 multi-sensor LRI1663
Figure 2 LRI1663
Note
LLC1686, ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2, can
also be used in combination with LRI1667,
ActiLume G2 Indus Sensor H513, but this is not
further covered in this document. Details on
LRI1667 ActiLume G2 Indus Sensor H513 can be
found in the datasheet.
The ActiLume gen2 multi-sensor contains four functional
devices in a single housing and is wired with a connection
cable of one meter to the controller. The functional
devices are:
• Infrared receiver
• Light detector
• Movement detector (PIR)
• Presence detector indicator
Additional components are:
Figure 3
4An infrared remote control intended for installers and
facility managers to make the commissioning easier:
4IRT9090 for advanced commissioning for all modes
and to change several default factory values
4Infrared remote controls intended for end users:
4IRT8030
4IRT8050
4UID8510
The application area of ActiLume gen2 multi-sensor is a
typical indoor environment (offices, corridors, meeting
rooms, etc.) in normally heated and ventilated areas.
ActiLume gen2 multi-sensor has no protection against
aggressive chemicals or water (pollution degree 2). The
sensor is normally mounted inside a Class I luminaire and
is optimized for a ceiling height of 2.5 to 3 meter.
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The mounting height can reach up to 5 meter but the
sensitivity patterns of the sensors will change accordingly.
The daylight sensor should be installed with a minimum
distance of 0.6 meter from the window to avoid the
sensor looking outside.
2.1.1IR receiver
The infrared receiver serves as a communication portal
for the commissioning tool (IRT9090) and also for the
following user interfaces:
When the sensor is mounted too close to the window it
will look partly outside. Sun reflection from a car bonnet
or a window of a car or snow can reflect directly into the
sensor. The sensor will then measure such high luminance
levels that it will drive the artificial light to its minimal
level or even switch off the artificial lights. The optimum
distance [Y] from the window to the ActiLume gen2
multi-sensor can be obtained from the graph below. This
graph shows the relation between the distance from the
window to the sensor [Y] and the height [H] of the sensor.
4IRT8030
4IRT8050
4UID8510
The angle under which the IR receiver is able
to receive RC5 codes is 55° in a 360 degree
circle.
Figure 4
luminaire
sensor
2.2m
Remote
control
2.7m.
55°
Ø3.9m.
1.25m
Y (cm)
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1.8m
Nominal field of view
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2.1.2Light sensor
The (day)light sensor is a photo diode that
reads actual average luminance in Candela per
m2 captured under an angle of approximately
72º. The intensity of the luminance depends
on the amount of artificial and/or natural light
supplied in the office as well as how well this
light is reflected towards the ceiling/sensor.
The light reflection depends highly on the
color and structure of the materials chosen
to furbish the office, and can vary between
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0.1 for pure dull black to 0.5 for a complete
glossy white furnished office.
In an average office the reflection factor is approximately
0.3. The luminance signal is sent continuously to the
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 controller. The ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 controller translates these signals
into dimming commands in order to get a constant light
level on the desk of approximately 600 lux (factory
default value).
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H (cm)
Figure 8
Note
Daylight information is not shared with Actilume
Wireless DALI gen2 controllers across a created
network.
2.1.3Movement detector
The occupancy sensor is a Passive Infra-Red
(PIR) sensor that detects movement with an
X-Y cross-area under an angle of X = 72º
and Y = 85º. When installed in a typical office
ceiling at 2.7 meter height, it is sensitive for
small movements within a 4 by 5 meter area.
It will cover small movements down to a few
centimeters at the task area of a desk and is
sensitive to large movements within a range
of 6 by 8 meter
Figure 9
2.7m.
8.0m.
5.0m.
4.0m.
6.0m.
2.1.4Presence detector indicator
The presence detector indicator has the
following function:
Steady red : presence/movement
detected
Steady yellow : Sensor is working but no
presence/movement
detected
No color
: LED indication is
malfunctioning
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2.1.5Other sensor specifications
ActiLume gen2 multi-sensor (LRI1663) has an RJ10 (4p4c)
connector fixed to a cable. The length of the cable is
100 centimeters. The sensor housing (casing) material is
Polycarbonate UL94 V-0 and the color is dark grey
(5 NC 10714 which is close to RAL 7024 “Graphite grey”).
The housing is resistant to the glow wire test 850 ºC /
5 seconds and has a basic insulation ≥ 1500 V. The
dimensions, in millimeter, of the sensor are shown below.
Figure 10
Note
Occupancy information is shared with other
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 controllers
across the same network. Depending on the
configuration, the behavior can differ (refer to
chapter 4).
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Though the sensor has a radial reach of 5 meter, the
maximum recommended height to place the sensor in
the ceiling is 3 meter to assure movement coverage and
detection. The PIR sensor reacts on movement, by means
of a temperature difference between for example a human
body versus its surrounding. Wireless extension sensors
can be combined with the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
system, and are used to increase the movement detection
range. Wireless sensors have specific detection ranges and
patterns and more information on these sensors can be
found in chapter 9.
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2.2 ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 LLC1686
The LLC1686 is the heart of the system. It
will take care of all the communication to the
ballasts / drivers connected in a way that is
freely programmable or in a standard way by
selecting a specific mode. There are 2 DALI
outputs available that are internally connected
in parallel. The LLC1686 ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 has various pre-programmed
modes but if needed all functions can be
programmed freely like switching the daylight
sensor, on or off, independently of the PIR
sensor.
A network can be created in a very simple
way as (parallel) linking is done wirelessly.
Within a network up to 32 zones can
be created, giving additional and flexible
functionality to the system.
Figure 13
More on these configurations and how to change default
settings can be found in the various chapters of this
document.
30 mm
4.2 mm
2.3 Dimensions ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
2.4 Electrical characteristics
Some of the most important electrical characteristics that
have to be kept in mind are the following:
4Both DALI ports have only basic insulation with respect
to the mains. Since it is only basic insulation, a mains
rated cable should be used when one or both DALI
lines are brought outside the luminaire in which the
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 is placed. Also a strain
relief on the DALI line(s) is mandatory in this case. This
is to ensure safety under all conditions.
4The Touch and Dim input is mains voltage and should
be treated as such, according to local standards and
regulations. The usage of a strain relief and mains rated
cable is mandatory.
4The front of the sensor ensures double insulation.
Nevertheless, if the sensor is used outside the
luminaire or in a different luminaire than the ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 is placed, mains rated extension
cables and strain reliefs must be used.
4Only one LRI1663 ActiLume gen2 multi-sensor can
be connected to a LLC1686 ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2.
Furthermore, the DALI connections will be powered
by the ActiLume itself, so there is no need for any
external power supply. The total load on the DALI lines
is maximum 8mA. Since the two DALI lines are placed in
parallel, the currents drawn from both connections need
to be added up.
The absolute maximum rating for the DALI connection(s)
for all configurations is 12mA.
167.5 mm
22.1 mm
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179.5 mm
Figure 14 (dimensions are in millimeter)
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It is not allowed to connect an extra power
supply to any of the DALI connections.
This will permanently damage the ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2.
2.5 Limitation on number of devices per network
The number of ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 controllers (LLC1686) that can be placed into a wireless network is
limited to 50. Apart from that, there are also limitations on the amount of other ZigBee devices that are part of a
network. These limitations can be found in the following table:
Category
Device type(s)
Minimum #
Maximum #
Remark(s)
Intelligent luminaire
LLC1686
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Wireless sensors
LRM1763
LRM1765
LRM1770
LRM1775
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Luminaire(s) can be with and without
multi-sensor. ActiLume Wireless devices
have the system setting Region set to EU.
Note: during configuration/commisioning
an ActiLume gen2 multi-sensor LRI1663
needs to be connected to each ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 controller
A system shall not contain more sensors
than controllers. If there are no sensors in
the luminaires, at least 1 wireless sensor
must be present.
Manual control
UID8410
0
5
Wireless Scene Control
Table 1
Besides the above mentioned devices some additional (ZigBee and IR) devices can be used within the network.
The function of these devices, and limitation on the amount that is allowed in a network, are mentioned in
the next table:
Category
Device type(s)
Maximum #
Remark(s)
Manual control
UID8450
0
UID8451
UID8460
UID8461
IRT8030
0
IRT8050
UID8510
Minimum #
5
ZigBee Green Power switch and dim
Commissioning
IRT9090
LCN8650
no restriction
1
1
0
no restriction
ZigBee Green Power scene selector
These IR remotes support only limited
functionality
At least one is needed for commissioning
MultiOne software is needed for this
dongle
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Since the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 is only capable of supplying 8mA to the DALI line, the maximum number of
devices that can be connected to it is 4. It is not allowed to connect an extra (external) power supply to any of the
DALI connections. This will permanently damage the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system(s).
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2.6 Default values for various timings
In ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 there are several timers
for when to do something after last movement has been
detected. Within the various different modes these timers
can have a different value. The timers, with their default
and range value, are:
4Fade to switch On time
4Hold time
4Grace time
4Prolong time
4Smart time
As soon as no movement has been detected anymore,
all timers start in the following sequence (refer to figure
below).
Fade to switch On time is the time, triggered when
occupancy is detected, from T1 to T2 whereby the light
level is gradually increased to Switch On level prior to
going into DDR regulation if applicable. This function gives
additional comfort as lights will gradually dim up.
The following times are the default values (default times
cannot be modified):
41 second for Modes 1 … 5 and 11 … 15
40 seconds for Modes 6 … 10
The period T2 to T3 is when occupancy is detected and
the lights are regulated.
Hold time is the time from T3 to T4 whereby occupancy
is no longer detected but the lights are still on and being
regulated.
The following times are the default values:
415 minutes for Modes 1 … 4 and 12 … 14
45 minutes for Modes 5, 7, 9 … 11and 15
42 minutes for Modes 6 and 8
Grace time is the time from T4 to T5 during which the
lights are being dimmed down from the current light level
to the background level.
The following time is the default value:
410 seconds for all Modes (1 … 15)
Possible values are 0, 1, 2, 3, … 25 seconds.
Prolong time is the time from T5 to T6 at which the
background level is maintained at a fixed level. Modes have
different prolong times.
The following times are the default values:
4Infinite for Modes 5, 8 and 9 (meaning the lights are not
switched off)
430 minutes for Mode 10
415 minutes for Mode 2
45 minutes for Mode 7
40 minutes for Modes 1, 3, 4, 6 and 11 … 15
Possible values for prolong time are 0, 1, 2, 3, … 150 and
infinite.
Smart time is a period of time that extends the
Hold time (T3 to T4) by several minutes if during the
Grace time (T4 to T5) occupancy is detected. This time
extension is only done once. After the next T4 the smart
timer will be switched off again.
The following times are the default values:
410 minutes for Modes 1 … 4 and 12 … 15
40 minutes for Modes 5 … 11
Possible values are 0, 1, 2, … 15 minutes.
The possible values are 0.5, 1, 1.5, 2, 3, … 35 minutes.
T1 T2
T3
T4
T5
Figure 15
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ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 application modes
This chapter gives an overview of the modes in which the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system can be used.
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 has 15 pre-programmed
application modes in which a group of luminaires can be
controlled according to the table below.
Depending on the required application (lighting design)
a different mode can be chosen. Paragraphs 3.2 through
3.12 and table 5 give additional information on mode
behavior and settings.
Mode
Description
Office areas
Mode 1 Cell office - auto on
Mode 2 Open office - auto on comfort mode
Mode 3 Cell office - manual on
Mode 4 Open office - manual on comfort mode
Mode 5 Non-working area - always on
Industry areas
Mode 6 Max savings – off when vacant
Mode 7 Comfort – off when vacant
Mode 8 Max savings – always on
Mode 9 Comfort – always on
Mode 10 Non-working area – off when vacant
Mode 11 Non-working area – manual on/auto off
Free for OEM
Mode 12 (copy of Mode 1)
Mode 13 (copy of Mode 1)
Mode 14 (copy of Mode 1)
Mode 15 (Hold time is 5min. the rest similar to Mode 1)
Table 3
3.1 Out of the box behavior
Please note that the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system
has a startup period of approximately 30s., in which
period the behavior is not clearly defined. One should
always wait for at least the 30s. startup period before
starting to use or configure the system.
To make it easier for the installer to recognize if the
luminaire is functioning before any configuration is done,
the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 will be in a so called
out of the box (OOTB) state. This means, when the
luminaire is powered, the lights will always be switched
on and the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 will have a
certain behavior (see also table below) so it is clear all
is functioning. If for whatever reason no occupancy is
detected the system will directly enter the prolong time
sequence of the OOTB behavior. The OOTB behavior is
only active as long as the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
has not been placed into a network in other words when
no configuration has taken place. As soon as the ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 has been placed into a network, the
mode related behavior will be enabled and the OOTB
behavior will be switched off.
Power-up state
Hold Time [min]
Background level [%]
Prolong Time [min]
Mode 15
Mode 14
Mode 13
Mode 12
Mode 11
Mode 10
Mode 9
Mode 8
Mode 7
Mode 6
Mode 5
Mode 4
Mode 3
Mode 2
Mode 1
Each mode has a predefined set of functions in the out of
the box behavior.
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3.2 Behavior after configuring
As soon as configuration (creating a network) is started,
the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 will leave the OOTB
behavior and will start to behave as defined within the
mode settings. How this behavior is will be explained in
the next paragraphs. A final, short, overview on all the
modes is given at the end of this chapter.
3.2.1Mode 1 - Cell office - auto on
This mode is defined as “less comfort more savings” in
Mode 1
particular
for a cell office. It has 15fully
min. automated behavior
meaning
the
lights
will
be
switched
on when entering the
Auto on
Auto offand switched off when the room is left unoccupied.
room
When entering the room all lights will switch on and
go to background level except for the luminaires that
are
in the same zone as the luminaire that detected the
Mode 3
15 min.
presence, they will all go to DDR.
Manual on
Auto off
When the room is occupied the daylight dependent
regulation (DDR) is active and will keep the light level on
the surface below the sensor on a constant level. The set
Mode 5
min.average∞the light level
point
of the DDR is as such that15on
Always
on
theonsurface below the sensor will be approximately
600 lux.
If the room is vacated for 15 minutes, the hold time has
expired, and the lights will be switched off.
Mode 7
Mode 1
Auto on
Auto off
Auto on
Auto off
Mode 9
Figure
16
Mode 3
5 min.
5 min.
5 min.
∞
15 min.
Mode
Manual5 on
Auto off
Always on
5 min.
15 min.
∞
15 min.
15 min.
Auto on
Auto off
Figure
17
Mode 4
15 min.
Manual on
Auto off
3.2.3Mode 3 – Cell office - manual on
Mode 3 is very suitable for cell offices where maximum
savings are required. To gain this the lights need to be
Mode 6
switched
on manually and DDR2 ismin.enabled. This mode
Auto on
functions
approximately the same as Mode 1 though in
Auto off
this mode the lights must always be switched on manually
when entering the room. When the last person has left
the room, the lights will be turned off automatically after
the
time (15 minutes) has expired.
Modehold
8
2 min.
∞
Manual
switch on
Auto
on
Auto
Theoffmanual switch on
Manual on
Auto off
Mode 11
Mode 2
Mode 2
Always on
15 min.
Always on
3.2.2Mode 2 - Open office - auto on comfort mode
Mode 2 functions in principle in the same way as Mode 1
but with the difference that in this mode, the lights do not
turn off after the hold time (15 minutes) has expired but
are set to a background light level. This is to avoid that in
those parts of an open plan office where people are still
working they are not looking into a completely dark area.
This will give more comfort but less saving. As soon as all
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 report vacant, a prolong
timer will be activated and after 15 minutes all lights will
be switched off.
15 min.
15 min.
function is to prevent that lights
switch on when people are just passing or only shortly
need to be in the room to get something and the amount
Mode 110
Mode
15min.
min.
30 min.
15
of
light coming through the windows
is sufficient
for that.
Mode 4
15 min.
Auto
on
Auto this
on Manual On application an IRT8030, IRT8050,
For
Auto off
off
Auto
Manual
on
UID8410,
UID8450, UID8451, UID8460 or UID8461
Auto
off
remote control can be used.
Mode 3
Mode 6
Manual on
Autoon
off
Auto
Auto off
15 min.
2 min.
Mode 2
Auto on
Auto off
Mode 4
Manual on
Auto off
Figure 18
Mode 7
5 min.
5 min.
5 min.
∞
Auto on
Auto off
Mode 9
Always on
3-14
Mode 5
Mode 8
Always on
Always on
Mode 7
Mode 10
Auto on
Autoon
off
Auto
Auto off
15 min.
2 min.
∞
∞
5 min.
15 min.
5 min.
30 min.
5 min.
∞
Mode 6
Auto on
Auto off
Mode 8
Always on
Philips ActiLume Wireless DALI 2nd Generation - Ch 3 ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 application modes
Mode 11
Manual on
Mode 9
5 min.
Always on
Mode 10
Auto on
Auto off
Mode 1
Mode 2
15 min.
Auto on
Auto off
Auto on
Auto off
3.2.4Mode 4 - Open office - manual on
Manual on, more comfort (as in open plan office)
3.2.7Mode 7 - Comfort – off when vacant
Comfort,
lights off when vacant
Mode 3
Mode 4 functions in a similar way to Mode 2 except in
this mode the lights must be switched on manually, and
will be switched off automatically once no presence is
detected and the hold time has expired. Again here DDR
2
15 min.saving. 15
min.this Manual
isMode
enabled
to give additional energy
For
Autoapplication
on
On
an IRT8030, IRT8050, UID8410, UID8450,
Auto off
UID8451, UID8460 or UID8461 remote control can be
used.
Mode
Auto off 7 is designed for use in areas where lights must
switch on automatically, upon occupancy detection and
stay on for the 5 minutes hold time after the area is
unoccupied. After the hold time has expired the lights will
Mode 5
15 min.
∞ prolong time
go to background level during the
5 minutes
Always onautomatically being switched off. This mode creates
before
a more comfortable feeling than Mode 6 but is less energy
saving. In this Mode DDR is disabled.
Mode 1
15 min.
15 min.
5 min.
Figure 19
Mode
6 on
Auto
on
Manual
Auto
Autooff
off
Auto on
Auto off
Mode
10
Always
on
Auto on
Auto off
Auto on
Auto off
Mode 2
Figure
20
Mode
Mode79
Auto on
Auto off
Auto
on on
Always
Auto off
15 min.
15 min.
15 min.
Mode
Mode24
Figure 22
Modeon9on
Auto
Manual
Auto
Autooff
off
Always on
2 min.
3.2.5Mode 5 - Non-working area - always on
Mode 5 functions just like Mode 1 except in this Mode
Mode
Mode35
15
15 min.
∞min. for the
the lights will never switch off and
the set-point
Mode
8
Manual
on
Alwaysis
onset to a lower level. This2 mode
min.
DDR
is very
∞ useful for
Auto off
Always
on for moving from one place to another for example
an
area
a corridor where lights should not be switched off.
Mode
Mode57
∞
Modeon
7
Auto
Auto off
Auto on
Auto off
55min.
min.
∞5 min.
15 min.
30 min.
Mode 1
15 min.
5 min.
5 min.
Manual on
Auto off
Mode 6
Auto on
Auto off
Mode 8
Always on
Manual on
Auto
Mode
68
Modeoff
15 min.
55min.
min.
5∞min.
3.2.6Mode 6 - Max savings – off when vacant
Mode 6 is designed for use in areas where there should
Mode 4
15This
min. means
be only light if there is someone in the area.
Mode911
Mode
min.
Manualthe
on lights will switch automatically
55min.
that
on ∞
when the
Auto
off on
Manual
Always
area
isonentered and will switch off after a hold time of 2
Auto off
minutes. In this Mode DDR is disabled
Mode 6
Mode 11
Auto on
Auto offon
Manual
2 min.
5 min.
5 min.
15
15min.
min.
∞
15 min.
always
22min.
min.
∞
15 min.
∞
Mode 10
Auto on
Auto off
Mode 2
Auto on
Auto off
Mode 4
Manual on
Auto off
Auto
on on
Always
Auto off
Mode 5
15 min.
15 min.
3.2.8Mode 8 - Max savings –
on
Auto on
This
mode gives a lot of savings by dimming back to
Auto
Mode
46
Modeoff
15 min.
2 min.
background level as soon as there
has been
not presence
Mode 11
5
min.
Manual
on
Auto on
detected
for 2 minutes. On the other hand the lights
Auto
Autooff
offon
Manual
will
not
be switched off but a very low light level will be
Auto off
Mode 3
maintained.
In this Mode DDR is disabled. 15 min.
Always on
Figure
23
Mode
Mode810
215
min.
min.
∞30 min.
Mode 6
Auto on
Auto off
Always
on
Auto on
Auto off
3.2.9Mode 9 - Comfort – always on
Mode 7
5 min.
5 min. 8 only the
This mode functions in the same
way as Mode
Auto on
hold
timer will be extended to 5 minutes and also here
Auto off
Mode
10
5 min.
30 min.
the lights
will not be switched off
but be maintained
at a
Auto
veryonlow light level. In this Mode DDR is disabled.
Mode 8
Always on
Auto off
Mode 9
∞
15 min.
Mode 4
Mode
Mode13
∞
Manual on
Mode 2
15 min.
Mode
4
Auto on
Auto off
Manual on
Auto off
15 min.
5 min.
Always on
∞
Mode 10
Auto on
Auto off
Auto off
Figure
Mode 1124
5 min.
Figure
21
Mode 8
5 min.
Manual on
Auto off
2 min.
∞
15 min.
30 min.
Always on
∞
Mode 10
Auto on
Auto off
Philips ActiLume Wireless DALI 2nd Generation - Ch 3 ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 application modes
3-15
Mode 4
15 min.
15 min.
Manual on
Auto off
Mode 16
∞
Mode 2
2 min.
15
min.
Auto on
Auto off
Auto on
Auto off
Mode 38
Mode 4
min. – off when
15
∞ min. vacant
3.2.10Mode 10 - Non-working 2area
Always on
Manual
Mode
10 is an Auto on and Auto off Mode whereby DDR
Auto off
is enabled. Lights will be switched off after a prolong time
of 30 minutes.
5 min.
Mode 510
∞
5 min.
15
min.
30 min.
∞
Auto onon
Always
Auto off
15 min.
15 min.
15 min.
Manual on
Auto off
Mode 6
2 min.
Auto on
Auto off
Figure
25
Mode 7
5 min.
5 min.
Auto on
Auto off
Mode 10
Auto on
Auto off
5 min.
Manual on
Auto off
Figure 26
3.2.12Mode 12 … 15 - Free for OEM
Modes 12 to 14 are an exact copy of Mode 1. Mode 15
has a different hold time than Mode 1 but is for the rest
similar.
These Modes are created to offer free space to create
your own modes with your own settings. When sending a
reset to the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2, these Modes
will not be reset to factory default but will stay with the
settings as they were created.
3-16
2 min.
∞
15 min.
30 min.
Always on
3.2.11Mode 11 - Non-working area – manual on/auto off
Mode 11 is a Mode whereby lights need to be switched
on manually, DDR is enabled and there is no prolong time
Mode 9
5 min.
so
after the hold time has expired
the lights∞ will fade to
Always
off.
Foron this Manual On application an IRT8030, IRT8050,
UID8410, UID8450, UID8451, UID8460 or UID8461
remote control can be used.
Mode 11
Mode 8
Philips ActiLume Wireless DALI 2nd Generation - Ch 3 ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 application modes
Mode 15
Mode 14
Mode 13
Mode 12
Mode 11
Mode 10
Mode 9
Mode 8
Mode 7
Mode 6
Mode 5
Mode 4
Mode 3
Range / units
Mode 2
Application Settings
Mode 1
3.3 Mode settings- overview
Out Of The Box behavior Power-up state
lights ON
lights OFF
[min]
Hold time
15151515151515 1515151515151515
[%]
Background level
20202020203030 3030302020202020
[min] or ∞
Prolong time
1515151515 ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞1515151515
Start-up and Dim behavior
Power-up state
lights ON
lights OFF
Set Point 1, 2, 3, …. 300 lux on sensor
210 210 210 210 70 80 120 80 120 80 80 210 210 210 210
Background level minimal, 10, 20, … 70%
10201020101020 1020101010101010
Fading to Switch-On level Cannot be modified
1111100 00011111
Delay and Switching-off behavior Hold Time
0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 3.0, …, 35 min 15 15 15 15 5 2 5 2 5 5 5 15 15 15 5
Smart Time 0, 1, 2, 3, …, 15 min
10 10 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 10 10
Grace Fading
Enable
Disable
Grace Time
0, 1, 2, …., 25 s.
10101010101010 1010101010101010
Prolong Time
0, 1, 2, 3, … 150 min or ∞
0 15 0 0 ∞ 0 5 ∞ ∞ 30 0 0 0 0 0
Light Control
Daylight regulation cutoff
1, 2, 3, … 50 %
5555540
4040401055555
Occupancy mode
AutoOn - AutoOff
ManualOn - AutoOff
ManualOn - ManualOff
Daylight Dependent Override: Enable
Disable
Daylight Dependent Regulation Enable
Disable
Daylight Dependent Switching; Enable
Disable
Switch on level prior fading to DDR 1, 2, 3, …, 100%
60606060606060 6060606060606060
Table 5
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4
Occupancy sharing
The ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 has the possibility to share its occupancy status with other ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2. The ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 will distribute its occupancy status across the network. Depending
on how the network is buildup, with or without zones, it will react in a slightly different way.
4.1 Without zones
When a network is created without zones, occupancy
detected by one ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 is
distributed across the whole network and all other
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 will go into backgroundlevel, unless the occupancy sensor (PIR) is disabled, than
it will go to max output.
4.2 With zones
When a network is created with zones, occupancy detected
by one ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 is distributed across
the whole network. All ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
within the zone, where occupancy has been detected, will
react in the same way. All other ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 that are in the same network but in a different or
no zone, will react on the occupancy signal by going to
background level.
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Philips ActiLume Wireless DALI 2nd Generation - Ch 4 Occupancy sharing
5
Creating a new network
In order to have several luminaires working together, a network needs to be created. Adding and removing wireless
devices to and from the network can be done in several ways and will be explained in the next paragraphs.
Network(s) can be created with the IRT9090 Extended
IR Programming Tool.
To start creating a new network all luminaires, equipped
with the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system, need to
be connected to the mains and be switched on. If battery
powered wireless devices are going to be part of the
network have them operational beforehand (refer to
paragraph 2.5 on the amount and type of devices that can
be part of a network).
Important
If OccuSwitch Wireless sensors are going to
be part of the network be sure to set their
hold-time dial to the minimum value as the
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system timers
are controlling the behavior of the complete
network.
!
To create a new network the ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system will go through the following states:
a) “Opened network” state
b)“Test and Configuration” state
c)“Operational” state
The figure below is a guideline to the different steps and
flow involved in the creation of a network.
5.1 Determining the state of a ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system
If it is for 100% sure that all luminaires, with ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 system, that are going to be used in
a new network are brand-new then proceed to paragraph
5.3.
In all other cases this procedure has to be repeated for
all luminaires equipped with the ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system that are going to be used in a new network.
One should make a distinction between two situations
when creating a new network:
4The Acitlume Wireless DALI gen2 system is brand-new
or has been reset. In this case the ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system acts standalone (at power-up the
system will enter the “Factory new” state).
4The Actilume Wireless DALI gen2 system has been
used in a network (at power-up the system will enter
the “Operational” state).
Depending on the situation the visible behavior of the
connected luminaires during start-up is different and
also the procedure to start creating a new network is
somewhat different.
There is a simple way to check in which state the
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system is in after power-up.
Follow this procedure, with the IRT9090 extended IR
programming tool, to determine the state:
Power-up
II
I /II
BMS
Yes
New or Reset
AWDG2
No
PL
W/C
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
on
min
group
save
“Factory new”
state
config
link?
mode
O)))
test
mode?
100 h
add
zone
“Opened network”
state
Reset
%
on/off
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
1 Press “unlock”, red LED on IRT9090
will flash
2 Press “send”, while pointing at the
luminaire with ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system.
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
“Test and Configuration”
state
Figure 27
“Operational”
state
Figure 28
Philips ActiLume Wireless DALI 2nd Generation - Ch 5 Creating a new network
5-19
In case that there is no reaction (no change in light-level
from the connected luminaires) the ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system was, and will remain, in the “Factory
new” state.
If the connected luminaires flash twice than the ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 system was in the “Operational”
state and enters the “Test and Configuration” state. In
that case the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system needs
to be reset to the “Factory new” state as explained in the
next paragraph.
The procedure to go to the “Factory new” state is as
follows:
II
I /II
BMS
PL
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
on
min
group
save
config
link?
5.2 Reset of a ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
system
After having determined that the ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system was used before, according to previous
paragraph, the system is in the “Test and Configuration”
state. Connected luminaires will be on but the application
mode, with its settings, is not directly known.
As mentioned previously to create a new network the
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system needs to be reset.
W/C
1
mode
O)))
test
mode?
100 h
1 Press “reset”, red LED on IRT9090 will
flash
2 Press “send”, while pointing the remote
towards the luminaire.
add
zone
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
The connected luminaires will switch
off and after about 30s. switch on.
The system is now in the “Factory
new” state with connected luminaires
on, active in application Mode 1 (Cell
office) with the corresponding settings.
Figure 30
The drawing beneath is a guideline.
Note
If there is uncertainty about the state that the
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 systems, that are
to form a network, are in this procedure has
to be repeated for all ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 systems.
Power-up
Yes
New or Reset
AWDG2?
No
“Factory new”
state
Send
“Opened network”
state
Reset
“Test and Configuration”
state
“Operational”
state
Figure 29
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Philips ActiLume Wireless DALI 2nd Generation - Ch 5 Creating a new network
5.3 Creating a network with ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system
If the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system is brand-new,
or has been reset, it will enter the so called “Factory new”
state at power-up and light(s) will be is on. Application
Mode 1, with the appropriate settings, is active.
First step in the network creation process is to bring one
of the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 systems, which are
going to form the network, into the “Opened network”
state.
The procedure to go to the “Opened network” state is as
follows:
II
I /II
BMS
PL
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
W/C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
on
min
group
save
config
The drawing beneath is a guideline.
link?
mode
O)))
test
mode?
100 h
add
zone
Power-up
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
scene
Yes
New or Reset
AWDG2?
0
reset
daylight RF channel
1 Press “open”, while pointing at one of
the luminaires with ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system (connected light(s)
will dim down).
No
Figure 32
“Factory new”
state
A still open network, with a single luminaire, has now
been created but usually a network will consist out of a
number of luminaires possibly combined with wireless
devices.
Next step is to add additional luminaires and/or wireless
devices as described in the next paragraphs.
Open
“Opened network”
state
“Test and Configuration”
state
“Operational”
state
Figure 31
Philips ActiLume Wireless DALI 2nd Generation - Ch 5 Creating a new network
5-21
5.4 Adding luminaires to a new network
Make sure that the procedure of paragraph 5.3, bringing
one luminaire with ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system
into the “Opened network” state, has been performed
before starting to add luminaires to the network.
To add luminaires to the network follow this procedure:
II
I /II
BMS
PL
W/C
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
on
The luminaires, equipped with the ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system, that are to be added to the network
need to be connected to the mains, be switched on and
be in the “Factory new” state (either new or reset).
min
group
save
config
link?
mode
O)))
test
mode?
add
The drawing beneath is a guideline.
zone
on/off
Power-up
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
New or Reset
AWDG2?
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
Yes
100 h
1 Press “add” while pointing at a
luminaire that is to become part of the
network (luminaire will dim down)
2 Repeat step 1) while pointing at the
following luminaires until all are added
to the network (each time a luminaire
is added it will dim down).
No
Figure 34
It is good practice to create the network, starting in the
center of the area, working in a circular manner outwards,
until all luminaires are added. By using this method a
strong and stable network is created.
“Factory new”
state
“Opened network”
state
“Test and Configuration”
state
Next step is to close the network, bringing it into the
“Test and Configuration” state, as described in the next
paragraph.
“Operational”
state
Figure 33
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Philips ActiLume Wireless DALI 2nd Generation - Ch 5 Creating a new network
5.5 Closing a network
Once all luminaires, with ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
system, or wireless Philips ZigBee devices have been
added to the network it has to be closed.
To close the network, follow this procedure:
II
I /II
BMS
PL
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
The drawing beneath is a guideline.
W/C
1
8
9
0
off
70% G
on
1 Press “close” while pointing to one of
the luminaires (all luminaires will now
dim up).
min
group
Power-up
The network is now in “Test and
Configuration” state.
save
config
link?
Yes
New or Reset
AWDG2?
mode
O)))
test
mode?
No
100 h
add
zone
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
0
reset
daylight RF channel
To test the network, follow the procedure:
2 Press “off” while pointing to a luminaire
All luminaires in the network will
switch off.
scene
3 Press “on” all luminaires will switch on.
“Factory new”
state
Figure 36
“Opened network”
state
Testing the network can also be done by pressing the “ ”
and/or “ ” button, all luminaires will dim down
and dim up.
Close
“Test and Configuration”
state
Figure 35
“Operational”
state
Lock the network, if configuration (refer to chapter 6) and
testing is completed, according to the next paragraph.
Philips ActiLume Wireless DALI 2nd Generation - Ch 5 Creating a new network
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5.6 Locking a network
Once finished adding luminaires, wireless devices and
adapting settings the last step is to lock the network.
The procedure to lock the network is as follows:
II
I /II
BMS
The drawing beneath is a guideline.
PL
W/C
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
on
min
Power-up
group
save
config
Yes
New or Reset
AWDG2?
No
link?
mode
O)))
test
mode?
100 h
1 Press “lock”, red LED on the IRT9090
will flash.
2 Press “send” while pointing the remote
at one of the luminaires.
add
zone
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
“Factory new”
state
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
“Opened network”
state
Figure 38
“Test and Configuration”
state
“Operational”
state
Lock
Send
Figure 37
During transmission the red LED on the IRT9090 will
flash. After transmission connected light(s) will flash twice
to confirm that the command is correctly received and
executed.
With this action the system goes into the “Operational”
state and is ready for daily use.
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5.7 Unlocking a network
In some cases there is a need to make a modification to
an existing network (which is in the “Operational” state),
for example to adapt a setting. In that case the network
needs to be brought into the “Test and Configuration”
state.
To unlock the network follow this procedure:
II
I /II
BMS
PL
W/C
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
on
min
group
The drawing beneath is a guideline.
save
Power-up
config
link?
mode
O)))
test
mode?
100 h
add
zone
on/off
Yes
New or Reset
AWDG2?
No
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
1 Press “unlock”, red LED on IRT9090
will flash
2 Press “send”, while pointing at a
luminaire with ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system.
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
“Factory new”
state
Figure 40
During transmission the red LED on the IRT9090 will
flash. After transmission connected light(s) will flash twice
to confirm that the command is correctly received and
executed.
“Opened network”
state
Send
“Test and Configuration”
state
Unlock
“Operational”
state
Figure 39
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5.8 Removing a luminaire from a network
To remove luminaires, equipped with the ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 system from a network, the network
needs to be in the “Test and Configuration” state (refer
to paragraph 5.7).
The actual action is resetting the luminaire, that needs to
be removed, to the “Factory new” state.
5.9 Creating zones in a network
Once a network has been created it can be divided into
zones with different settings and behavior.
A maximum of 32 zones can be created within 1 network.
Use the following sequence:
Use the following sequence:
II
Ensure that the system is in the “Test and Configuration”
state (refer to paragraph 5.7).
II
I / II
I /II
BMS
PL
W/C
BMS
1
2
3
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
10% A
20% B
PL
30% C
W/C
4
5
6
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
70% G
0
on
off
on
min
min
group
save
config
link?
mode
O )))
test
mode?
100 h
add
zone
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
1 Press “reset”, red LED on IRT9090 will
start to flash
2 Press “send” while pointing the remote
towards the luminaire that needs to be
removed
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
group
save
config
link?
test
mode?
100 h
To create more zones repeat the first two
steps from this procedure.
add
zone
on/off
The connected light(s) will switch off
and after about 30s. switch on.
mode
O)))
1 Press “zone”, while pointing the remote
at a luminaire (luminaire will dim up
other luminaires will dim down).
2 Press “add”, while pointing at the next
luminaire that is to be placed in the
same zone. (luminaire will dim up)
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
Note
A luminaire can only be part of one
zone.
3 Press “close” to end zone creation
Figure 41
Figure 42
Figure 42
The network is now in “Test and
Configuration” state
Note
The reset will:
4 Bring the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system
into application Mode 1.
4 For Modes 1 through 11, application settings
are reset back to the factory defaults (OOTB
settings).
4 For Modes 12 through 15, application settings
are maintained.
4 Clear all wireless settings, meaning the ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 will no longer be part of a
network.
Lock the network, if configuration (refer to chapter 6) and
testing is completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
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To test the zone’s follow, the procedure:
4 Press “►”, while pointing to a luminaire
Lights in a zone will dim up and in the
other zone(s) dim down
Lock the network, if configuration (refer to chapter 6) and
testing is completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
5.10Removing a luminaire from a zone
When desired a luminaire with ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system can be removed from a zone. Ensure that the
network is in the “Test and Configuration” state (refer to
paragraph 5.7).
Use the following sequence:
II
I / II
BMS
PL
W/C
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
on
min
group
save
config
link?
mode
O )))
test
mode?
100 h
add
zone
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
1 Press “zone” while pointing the remote
at the luminaire that needs to be
removed (all luminaires in the zone will
dim up and all luminaires outside the
zone will dim down).
2 Press “0” (zero) while still pointing to
the luminaire (luminaire will dim down).
To remove more luminaires from the
same zone repeat step 2) (for each
removal step, point to a different
luminaire).
When a luminaire, from a different zone,
need to be removed repeat steps 1) and 2).
3 Press “close” to end removing
luminaires from zone(s).
Figure 43
Note
The network stays in the “Test and Configuration”
state.
Lock the network, if configuration (refer to chapter 6) and
testing is completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
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5.11Adding wireless devices to an existing
network
Once a network is created and is operational there
is always the possibility to add Philips ZigBee wireless
devices such as; sensors from the OccuSwitch Wireless
(OSW) family, switches, scene selectors and addition
luminaires equipped with the ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system (adding luminaires with ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system is covered in paragraph 5.4).
The procedure to add devices is described in the
following sub-paragraphs. Important to understand is that
wireless sensors, switches and scene selectors always
function at network level so they cannot be added to a
zone and there is a limitation on the amount and type
of devices that can be added to a network (refer to
paragraph 2.5).
The system has to be brought into the “Opened network”
state coming from the “Test and Configuration” state. To
bring the system in the “Test and Configuration” state it
has to be unlocked as described in paragraph 5.7.
The procedure to go to the “Opened network” state is as
follows:
II
I /II
BMS
PL
W/C
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
on
min
group
save
config
link?
mode
O)))
test
mode?
100 h
add
zone
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
1 Press “open”, while pointing at one of
the luminaires with ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system. This will bring that
system into the “Opened network”
state.
Figure 45
The drawing beneath is a guideline.
All connected light(s) will dim down.
Power-up
During transmission the red LED on the IRT9090 will
flash.
Yes
New or Reset
AWDG2?
No
“Factory new”
state
“Opened network”
state
Open
“Test and Configuration”
state
“Operational”
state
Figure 44
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5.11.1Adding a sensor, from the OSW family, to a
network
To add an OSW sensor, whether it is the LRM1763,
LRM1765, LRM1770 or LRM1775, the network has to be
in the “Opened network” state (refer to paragraph 5.11).
!
Important
Make sure to set the hold-time dial to the
minimum (refer to applicable installation
instruction).
To test the function, trigger the PIR sensor by movement
(luminaries will switch on if they were off), then abandon
the area. After the timers have expired the luminaries will
switch off.
5.11.2Removing (resetting) a OSW sensor from a
network
To remove a OSW sensor from the network it is not
relevant in which state the network is.
Follow this procedure:
yellow
red
red
8x
off
red yellow green
yellow green
S
IP
IL
PH
S
IP
IL
PH
Figure 46
Figure 47
For all types use the following sequence:
Hold the OSW device in the proximity of a luminaire
equipped with ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system.
1)Briefly press the “Link” button
1 Press and hold the “Link” button until LED has turned
green then release the button
This action resets the OSW device and it is no longer
part of a network.
The sensor starts a search cycle for an open network.
The cycle is indicated by the flashing LED on the sensor.
When the LED has turned green, before switching off,
this indicates that the sensor is successfully added to the
network.
If the LED has turned red before switching off, this
indicates that it has not been added to the network. In
that case reposition the sensor and repeat step 1)
Add additional sensors, taking the limitation as mentioned
in paragraph 2.5 into account.
Close the network (refer to paragraph 5.5).
The network enters the “Test and Configuration” state
and the link between the OSW device, and the rest of
the network, can be tested by briefly pressing the “Link”
button. The luminaires in the network will switch On or
Off depending on their previous state.
Lock the network, if configuration (refer to chapter 6) and
testing is completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
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5.11.3Adding a UID8410 device to a network
To add an UID8410 Wireless Scene Control the network
has to be in the “Opened network” state (refer to
paragraph 5.11).
If it is uncertain whether the UID8410 is brand-new then
perform a reset according to procedure paragraph 5.11.4
prior to trying to add the UID8410 to a network.
2 Briefly press ”•••” button, response is LED in the
center flashes, the button related LED is continuously
on and an audible signal is generated.
Use the following sequence:
Figure 50
3 Briefly press ”I” button, if the UI joined the network
the response is that the LED in the center goes off,
LED under ”•••” button is continuously on and an
audible signal is generated
Figure 48
If a buzzer like audible signal is generated the action to
join the network has failed. Retry step 3) and if the action
keeps on failing reset the UID8410 according to paragraph
5.11.4 (then restart the procedure at step 1)
1 Hold the UID8410 in the proximity of a luminaire,
with ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system, and
simultaneously press and hold the buttons as indicated.
Once the LED’s (area indicated with an ellipse) on the UI
flash and an audible signal is generated the buttons can be
released.
If the LED in the center flashes and a buzzer like audible
signal is generated, entering the “Menu network” state
failed. In that case release the buttons and repeat step 1)
Figure 51
4 Briefly press ”•” button, response of UI is LED’s will
flash (area indicated with an ellipse) and an audible
signal is generated.
Figure 49
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5.11.4Removing a UID8410 from a network
The state that the network is in is not relevant for
removing a UID8410.
If a UID8410 needs to be removed follow this procedure:
1
Figure 52
Figure 54
2
– +
– +
Close the network (refer to paragraph 5.5).
Lock the network, if configuration (refer to chapter 6) and
testing is completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
–
+
5)Briefly press ”0” button, response is LED’s go off and
an audible signal is generated.
Figure 55
3
Figure 56
“dim” ring
Figure 53
To test the functioning of the UID8410 in the network
use the “I” button to switch luminaires on and “0” to
switch them off. A second method is to move a finger
over the “Dim” ring to regulate the light level and a third
method to test is to activate either the “•”, “••” or “•••”
button. With the third method all connected lights will
react with the applicable scene (preset) settings.
1 Remove the back cover.
2 Insert a paperclip, or alike object, into the reset hole to
activate the reset button (keep button depressed).
Wait until an audible signal is generated by the UI, then
remove the paperclip.
3 Mount the back cover.
This action resets the UID8410 device, including stored
network settings, and it is no longer part of a network.
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5.11.5Introduction to ZigBee Green Power (ZGP)
devices
A ZigBee network and devices function in the 2.4GHz
frequency band but within one channel of that frequency
band. For the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system
channels 15, 20 and 25 are available. When creating a
network it is not known which channel is used and when
adding a ZGP device to a network these devices have to
be linked to the same channel as the channel the network
is operating in. The procedure for linking a ZGP device
into a network is described in the following paragraphs.
Important
if the network channel needs to be changed
(refer to paragraph 6.7), for example due
to disturbances, the ZGP device(s) have to
be relinked to the same channel that the
network is using.
!
5.11.6Adding a UID8450 ZGP switch to a network
The network has to be in the “Opened network” state
(refer to paragraph 5.11).
4 If there was no response from the luminaires, press and
hold buttons A1 and “Bottom” for approximately 10s.
5 Release the buttons and wait for connected luminaires
to respond.
If connected luminaires respond with flashing twice
then the UID8450 operates on the same channel as the
network, in that case go to step 7).
6 When after releasing the buttons there was still no
response from the luminaires, press and hold buttons
B1 and “Bottom” for approximately 10s.
After releasing the buttons the luminaires will respond
with flashing twice and the UID8450 device operates
on the same channel as the network.
7 Close the network (refer to paragraph 5.5)
8 Mount the switch cover (click in place).
Lock the network, if configuration (refer to chapter 6) and
testing is completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
2
To test the functioning of the UID8450 briefly press the
recessed section on the cover to switch luminaires on
and press the lower
section of the cover to switch the
0
luminaires off. To test the dim function press and hold the
recessedAsection to dim-up
B or press and hold the “lower”
section to dim-down.
1
2
5.11.7Adding a UID8451 ZGP switch to a network
The network has to be in the “Opened network” state
4
6
1
(refer to paragraph
5.11).
0
2
A
b
B
0
1
0
4
6
1
A
A
Figure 57
1
b
If a UID8450 needs to be added to the network follow
this procedure:
1 Remove
the switch cover from the device with a thin,
0
but
wide,
flat screwdriver (insert at the indicated point)
A
B
while pressing the top button.
1
The inner part is now accessible, note the 4 markings on
this part (0, 1, A and B).
2 dSimultaneously
press and hold buttons A0 and “Top”
f
1
for approximately 10s.
3 Release the buttons and wait for connected luminaires
to respond.
If connected luminaires respond with flashing twice
then the UID8450 operates on the same channel as the
network, in that case proceed to step 7).
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BB
1
4
d
6
f
1
1
Figure 58
b
If a UID8451 needs to be added to the network follow
this procedure:
1 Remove
the switch cover from the device with a thin,
0
but
wide,
flat screwdriver (insert at the indicated point)
A
B
while pressing the top button.
1
The inner part is now accessible, note the 4 markings on
this part (0, 1, A and B).
2dSimultaneously
f
1 press and hold buttons A0 and “Top”
for approximately 10s.
3 Release the buttons and wait for connected luminaires
to respond.
If connected luminaires respond with flashing twice
then the UID8451 operates on the same channel as the
network, in that case proceed to step 7).
4 If there was no response from the luminaires, press and
hold buttons A1 and “Bottom” for approximately 10s.
5 Release the buttons and wait for connected luminaires
to respond.
If connected luminaires respond with flashing twice
then the UID8451 operates on the same channel as the
network, in that case go to step 7).
6 When after releasing the buttons there was still no
response from the luminaires, press and hold buttons
B1 and “Bottom” for approximately 10s.
After releasing the buttons the luminaires will respond
with flashing twice and the UID8451 device operates
on the same channel as the network.
7 Close the network (refer to paragraph 5.5).
8 Mount the switch cover (click in place).
Lock the network, if configuration (refer to chapter 6) and
testing is completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
To test the functioning of the UID8451 briefly press
the upper section on the cover to switch luminaires on
and press the lower section of the cover to switch the
luminaires off. To test the dim function press and hold the
upper section to dim-up or press and hold the “lower”
section to dim-down.
5.11.8Adding a UID8460 ZGP scene selector to a
network
The network has to be in the “Opened network” state
(refer to paragraph 5.11).
If a UID8460 needs to be added to the network follow
this procedure:
1 Press and hold button marked “1” for approximately
10s.
2 Release the “1” button and wait for connected
luminaires to respond.
If connected luminaires respond with flashing twice
then the UID8460 operates on the same channel as the
network, in that case go to step 6).
3 If there was no response from the luminaires, press and
hold button marked “•” (one dot) for approximately
10s.
4 Release the “•” button and wait for connected
luminaires to respond.
If connected luminaires respond with flashing twice
then the UID8460 operates on the same channel as the
network, in that case go to step 6).
5 When after releasing the “•” button there was still no
response from the luminaires, press and hold button
marked “••” (two dots) for approximately 10s.
After releasing the “••” button the luminaires will
respond with flashing twice and the UID8460 device
operates on the same channel as the network.
6 Close the network (refer to paragraph 5.5).
Lock the network, if configuration (refer to chapter 6)
and testing is completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
To test the functioning of the UID8460 briefly press the
“1” button, this is a recall of “Scene 1” and connected
luminaires will respond with the appropriate settings.
Briefly press the “•” button, this is a recall of “Scene 2”
with its settings. Briefly press the “••” button, to recall
“Scene 3” with its settings. Finally briefly press the “O”
button this will switch the luminaires off.
1
Note
Do not engage one of the buttons for more than
a few seconds as this might lead to an unintended
channel change.
3
5
Figure 59
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5
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1
5.11.9Adding a UID8461 ZGP scene selector to a
3
5
network
The network has to be in the “Opened network” state
(refer to paragraph 5.11).
1
3
Lock the network, if configuration (refer to chapter 6)
and testing is completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
To test the functioning of the UID8461 briefly press the
“1” button, this is a recall of “Scene 1” and connected
luminaires will respond with the appropriate settings.
Briefly press the “•” button, this is a recall of “Scene 2”
with its settings. Briefly press the “••” button, to recall
“Scene 3” with its settings. Finally briefly press the “O”
button that will switch the luminaires off.
Note
Do not engage one of the buttons for more than
a few seconds as this might lead to an unintended
channel change.
5
Figure 60
If a UID8461 needs to be added to the network follow
this procedure:
1 Press and hold button marked “1” for approximately
10s.
2 Release the “1” button and wait for connected
luminaires to respond.
If connected luminaires respond with flashing twice
then the UID8461 operates on the same channel as the
network, in that case go to step 6).
3 If there was no response from the luminaires, press and
hold button marked “•” (one dot) for approximately
10s.
4 Release the “•” button and wait for connected
luminaires to respond.
If connected luminaires respond with flashing twice
then the UID8461 operates on the same channel as the
network, in that case go to step 6).
5 When after releasing the “•” button there was still no
response from the luminaires, press and hold button
marked “••” (two dots) for approximately 10s.
After releasing the “••” button the luminaires will
respond with flashing twice and the UID8461 device
operates on the same channel as the network.
6 Close the network (refer to paragraph 5.5).
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Changing default settings (configuring)
Generally speaking a number of default settings will have to be modified to suite the application that the
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system(s) are going to be used in. This changing of settings is often referred to
as configuring.
During configuring connected lights will flash* as a
confirmation that the programming sequence is executed
by the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system. If the lights
were off when starting configuring the ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system, the system will always end with all
lights on, except when the mode in which the ActiLume
DALI gen2 is in, is based on the “manual on / auto off”
principle. In that case the lights will always be turned off
after the flashing.
II
I / II
BMS
PL
W/C
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
Red LED
70% G
on
min
group
save
config
link?
mode
O )))
test
mode?
Send button
100 h
add
zone
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
Very important to understand is that when modifying
settings there is a difference between;
4Modifications that are applicable for all ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 systems within the network:
4Application Mode
4Scenes storing
4RF channel change
4Daylight Dependent Regulation (DDR) set-point
4Automatic calibration of DDR set-point
4Modifications that are applicable for individual
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 systems (luminaire):
4Hold time
4Power-up state
4Enable/disable Passive Infra-Red (PIR) sensor
4Select PIR sensitivity (high or low)
4Select PIR behavior (influence on power-up state,
prolong time and background level)
4Enable/disable Daylight sensor
4Select Daylight sensor behavior (influence on DDR,
DDO and DDS)
4Background level
4IR group address
4Enable/disable 100hr. burn-in
4Reset to factory defaults (Modes 12 through 15
maintain their settings)
Figure 61
Various default settings of the ActiLume DALI gen2 can be
changed by means of the IRT9090 remote control. In this
chapter it will be explained how to make these changes.
In the following paragraphs there will be references to
the red LED and “send” button of which the location is
indicated in the picture.
All changes mentioned in this chapter need to be made
with the network in the “Test and Configuration” state
(refer to paragraph 5.7).
* = If a configuration change is successfully executed
connected luminaires will flash twice. When the
configuration change fails the connected luminaires will
flash four times.
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6.1 Changing the application mode
6.2 Request active Mode
The default active application mode is Mode 1 – Cell
Office. To select a different application mode the network
has to be in the “Test and Configuration” state (refer to
paragraph 5.7).
If there is uncertainty about the active mode that the
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system in a network is in,
the active mode number can be requested. To execute
this request the network has to be in the “Test and
Configuration” state (refer to paragraph 5.7).
Note
Change is at network level.
Note
Request is on individual ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system level.
If a different application mode needs to be selected, follow
this procedure:
To request the active mode number, follow this procedure:
II
I /II
BMS
1 Press “mode”, red LED on remote will
start to flash
PL
W/C
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
70% G
0
on
2 Select the desired application mode:
for Mode 1 press “1” or “0” followed by
“1”, for Mode 14 press “1” followed by
“4” and so on
off
min
group
save
config
link?
test
mode?
100 h
zone
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
I /II
1 Press “mode ?”, while pointing the
remote to the multi-sensor of a
luminaire with ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system
PL
W/C
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
on
min
group
save
mode
O)))
add
3 Point the front of the remote to the
multi-sensor, of the ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system, and press “send”
II
BMS
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
Connected lights of that luminaire
will first go for 2s. to minimum level
followed by 2s. at maximum level
(see figure 64).
Depending on the mode, ≤9, 10 or ≥11
the light pattern that follows differs
(see figure 64-a, b or c respectively).
The connected lights will go back to
their previous situation
config
link?
mode
O)))
test
mode?
100 h
add
zone
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
Figure 62
Figure 63
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During transmission the red LED on the IRT9090 will
flash. After transmission connected light(s) will flash twice
to confirm that the command is correctly received and
executed.
During transmission the red LED on the IRT9090 will
flash.
Lock the network, if configuration and testing is
completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
If there is uncertainty about whether all ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 systems in the network are in the
same mode the request has to be repeated for the other
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 systems.
Philips ActiLume Wireless DALI 2nd Generation - Ch 6 Changing default settings (configuring)
Max. level
2s.
Single digit
Mode #
(Modes 1 through 9)
State
after request
=
State
before request
State
before request
2s.
Min. level
a
2s.
Press
mode?
button
Max. level
1s. at Min. level followed by 1s. at Max. level counts as 1
(this example = mode 5)
2s.
Double digit
Mode #
(Modes 10)
State
before request
2s.
Min. level
2s.
2s.
2s.
State
after request
=
State
before request
2s. Off
b
Press
mode?
button
Max. level
Start of second digit
(end of first digit)
2s.
Double digit
Mode #
(Modes 11 through 15)
1s. at Min. level followed by 1s. at Max. level counts as 1
2s. Off counts as 0 (zero)
(this example = mode 10)
2s.
State
before request
2s.
Min. level
2s.
2s.
2s.
State
after request
=
State
before request
c
Press
mode?
button
Start of second digit
(end of first digit)
1s. at Min. level followed by 1s. at Max. level counts as 1
(this example = mode 14)
Figure 64
Lock the network, if configuration and testing is
completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
Note
If the 100 hour burn-in cycle is active the dim
to minimum level, after the “mode?” command
is received, will not be visible. To see the above
pattern switch the 100 hour burn-in cycle
temporarily off.
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6.3 Setting the background level
6.4 Changing Power-up-state
By default the background level is set to 10% or 20%
depending on the active mode. To be able to make a
configuration change the network has to be in the “Test
and Configuration” state (refer to paragraph 5.7).
By default the power-up state depends on the active
application mode. To be able to make a configuration
change the network has to be in the “Test and
Configuration” state (refer to paragraph 5.7).
Note
Change is on individual ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system level so, if needed, the procedure
has to be repeated for other ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 systems in the network.
Note
Change is on individual ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system level so, if needed, the procedure
has to be repeated for other ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 systems in the network.
To modify the background level, follow this procedure:
1 Press background “%”
2 Press “0” for minimum
“1” for 10%
“2” for 20%
“3” for 30%
“4” for 40%
“5” for 50%
“6” for 60%
“7” for 70%
II
I /II
1 Press power up “on/off”
I /II
PL
W/C
1
2
3
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
0
on
off
min
group
2 Press either “on” or “off”
“on” for power-up state on
“off” for power-up state off
BMS
config
link?
test
mode?
on
min
group
100 h
3 Point the front of the remote to
the multi-sensor and press “send”
config
link?
100 h
add
A-G
power up background IR group
pir
test
mode?
zone
delay
mode
O)))
add
%
W/C
save
mode
O)))
PL
70% G
save
zone
0
on/off
reset
%
A-G
power up background IR group
daylight RF channel
delay
scene
pir
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
Figure 65
Figure 66
During transmission the red LED on the IRT9090 will
flash. After transmission connected light(s) will flash twice
to confirm that the command is correctly received and
executed.
During transmission the red LED on the IRT9090 will
flash. After transmission connected light(s) will flash twice
to confirm that the command is correctly received and
executed.
Lock the network, if configuration and testing is
completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
Lock the network, if configuration and testing is
completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
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II
BMS
on/off
3 Point the front of the remote to
the multi-sensor and press “send”
To change the power-up state, follow this procedure:
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6.5 Setting the network IR group address
Lock the network, if configuration and testing is
completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
When using more than one network, in for example
an open office with large area, with each an IR remote
control it is very well possible that the remotes will have
influence on more than one network. In order to prevent
this, a different IR group address can be assigned to each
network and IR remote. By default the IR group address
of a network and remote is “A”. To be able to make a
configuration change the network has to be in the “Test
and Configuration” state (refer to paragraph 5.7).
Notes
Change is on one (1) ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system level so the procedure has to be
repeated for all ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
systems within the network.
Local control such as switching on, off, dim-up
and dim-down will be active across the complete
network even if ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
systems are not assigned to the same IR group
address.
Note
Wait for at least 3s. after locking the network
before operating the system with an IR remote.
Notes
In order to have remote controls operate on the
same IR group address as the network, the IR
group address of the remote has to be modified.
Usually changing the IR group address on the
remote is achieved by means of dipswitches or
a rotary switch which are located in the battery
compartment (please refer to the datasheets of
the relevant remote control).
Changing the IR group address has no influence
on the IRT9090 remote control used for
configuration. This remote uses a broadcast
signal which is accepted independently from the
IR group address the ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system is assigned to.
To change the IR group address, follow this procedure:
II
1 Press IR group “A-G”
2
Select desired IR group address
“1” for IR group A
“2” for IR group B
“3” for IR group C
“4” for IR group D
“5” for IR group E
“6” for IR group F
“7” for IR group G
I /II
BMS
PL
W/C
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
on
min
group
save
config
link?
mode
O)))
test
mode?
zone
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
3 Point the front of the remote
to the multi-sensor
and press “send”
100 h
add
pir
0
To test whether all ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 systems,
in the same network, are assigned to the same IR group
address briefly press the control buttons (on/off) on
the remote, which is going to be used for local control.
Response is that all connected luminaires will switch
on or off. Now set the IR group address dipswitches/
rotary switch in the remote to another IR group address
than previously selected. Once again activate the control
buttons (on/off) and the response should be that none of
the ActilLume Wireless DALI gen2 system(s) will react. In
the remote set the dipswitches/rotary switch back to the
IR group address setting that was initially chosen.
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
Figure 67
During transmission the red LED on the IRT9090 will
flash. After transmission connected light(s) will flash twice
to confirm that the command is correctly received and
executed.
Note
If by mistake not all ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 systems, within one (1) network, are
assigned to the same IR group address then the
result can be that the system reacts to remotes
that are set to different IR group addresses and
that were assigned to be used with different
network(s).
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6.6 Changing the RF channel
Lock the network, if configuration and testing is
completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
Nowadays many devices are active in the 2.4GHz
frequency band, with a number of channels in that band, so
it is imaginable that there is disturbance on the network
that the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 controller(s) are in.
Disturbance can for example be that not all luminaires will
react when a light on or off command is send. ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 controller(s) are able to operate in
only one out of three channels, either channel 15, 20 or
25. Be aware that you cannot identify the channel the
network is operating in.
To be able to make a configuration change the network
has to be in the “Test and Configuration” state (refer to
paragraph 5.7).
Test the network to check if it is no longer sensitive for
disturbances. If there are still disturbances noticeable then
repeat the procedure but choose one of the other two
available channels.
Note
If the network channel is changed the ZGP
devices need to be relinked as they do
not take over the new network channel
automatically (refer to paragraph 5.11.6, 5.11.7,
5.11.8 or 5.11.9).
Note
Change is at network level
To change the RF channel, follow this procedure:
II
1 Press “RF channel”, red LED on
remote will flash
I /II
BMS
PL
W/C
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
on
2 Select a two digit code either 15, 20
or 25, note the chosen code down
3 Press “send”
min
group
save
config
link?
During transmission the red LED on the
IRT9090 will flash. After transmission
connected light(s) will flash twice to
confirm that the command is correctly
received and executed.
mode
O)))
test
mode?
100 h
add
zone
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
To test if the RF channel change was
successful, follow the procedure:
Figure 68
4 Press “off”, while pointing to a luminaire.
All luminaires in the network should
switch off.
5 Press “on”, while pointing to a luminaire.
All luminaires in the network should switch on.
If not all luminaires respond correctly, to the “off” or “on”
command, repeat the RF channel change procedure (steps
1, 2 and 3) for those luminaires that did not react using
the previously chosen RF channel.
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6.7 Walk test
6.8 100 hour burn-in
Correct operation of all movement detectors in the
network can be checked by activating the “Walk test”
functionality of the system and is used to check coverage
of the network area for movement.
To be able to perform this test the network has to be in
the “Test and Configuration” state (refer to paragraph
5.7).
A number of fluorescent lamp manufacturers state that
prior to normal use, fluorescent lamps should not be
dimmed. First these lamps should be “burned in” for 100
hours in order to maintain light quality and lifetime also at
low dimming level. In order to enable this, the ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 system has the capability to activate
the 100 hours burn-in period. During this period all
connected lights are not dimmable. The ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system uses a burning hour counter based on
the status of connected lights(s).
It is possible to enable and disable the 100 hour burnin period by means of the IRT9090 remote control. By
default the 100 hour burn-in period is disabled.
Note
Walk test is active on network level.
To activate the walk test function, follow this procedure:
II
I /II
BMS
PL
W/C
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
on
Note
Setting is on one (1) ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system level so the procedure has to be
repeated for all ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
systems in the network if needed.
min
group
save
config
1 Press “walk test”, all luminaires in the
network will dim down if no movement
is detected. If movement is detected
connected luminaires will dim up.
link?
mode
O)))
test
mode?
100 h
The enable the burn-in period the network has to be in
the “Test and Configuration” state (refer to paragraph
5.7).
add
zone
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
0
To activate the burn-in period, follow this procedure:
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
II
I /II
BMS
PL
W/C
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
on
min
Figure 69
group
save
During transmission the red LED on the IRT9090 will
flash.
config
1 Press “100 h”, connected light(s)
will dim up.
Notes
if OSW sensors are part of the network
a red LED will flash when movement is
detected. They will not activate any of the
luminaires in the network.
The “walk test” will automatically be
deactivated after 10min. and an alternative
way to end the test is to press the “walk test”
button again.
Lock the network, if configuration and testing is
completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
link?
mode
O)))
test
mode?
100 h
add
zone
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
Figure 70
If it is needed to disable the timer press the “100 h”
button once again.
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During transmission the red LED on the IRT9090 will
flash. After transmission connected light(s) will flash twice
to confirm that the command is correctly received and
executed.
Note
The burn-in timer can only be reset with
a complete ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
system reset as described in paragraph 5.2
Be aware that when performing such a reset
all configuration modifications, with the
exception for changes for Modes 12 through
15, will be lost in which case re-configuration
is required.
To disable the motion sensor (PIR), follow this procedure:
1 Press “pir”, red LED on remote will
flash
2 Press “off”, to disable the PIR sensor
II
I /II
BMS
PL
W/C
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
on
min
group
3 Point the front of the remote
to the multi-sensor
and press “send”
save
config
link?
mode
O)))
test
mode?
100 h
add
zone
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
Only during set point calibration and configuration, the
100 hour burn-in period, will temporarily be overridden.
Lock the network, if configuration and testing is
completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
6.9 Disable the motion sensor (PIR)
Since motion detection is based on moving temperature
spots it is possible that the sensor detects movement
from for example airflow from an HVAC, heater or draft
from an open window (see drawing), which has a different
temperature compared to its surroundings. This can lead
to unwanted triggering of the system and to prevent this
undesired effect the motion sensor, which is of the Passive
Infra-Red (PIR) type, can be disabled.
Note
Setting is on one (1) ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system level so the procedure has to be
repeated for all ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
systems in the network if needed.
Figure 71
During transmission the red LED on the IRT9090 will
flash. After transmission connected light(s) will flash twice
to confirm that the command is correctly received and
executed.
If the motion detection function is switched off, the
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 will as of that point in
time only react to presence detected by other sensors if
relevant for that ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system.
Whenever the PIR is disabled, it can be enabled by
selecting “on” at step 2 of the procedure.
Lock the network, if configuration and testing is
completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
The system has to be in the “Test and Configuration”
state (refer to paragraph 5.7).
Figure 72
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6.10Selecting motion sensor (PIR) sensitivity
Since motion detection is based on moving temperature
spots it is possible that the sensor detects movement
from for example airflow from an HVAC unit, which has
a different temperature compared to its surroundings,
which can lead to false triggering of the system. If airflow
triggers the sensor, it is possible to reduce its sensitivity
to eliminate this effect. There are two settings available,
high (default) or low sensitivity.
The system has to be in the “Test and Configuration”
state (refer to paragraph 5.7).
During transmission the red LED on the IRT9090 will
flash. After transmission connected light(s) will flash twice
to confirm that the command is correctly received and
executed.
If the PIR function is disabled, it can be enabled by
selecting either “on” or one of the two sensitivity settings
at step two of this procedure.
Lock the network, if configuration and testing is
completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
Note
Setting is on one (1) ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system level so the procedure has to be
repeated for all ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
systems in the network if needed.
To modify the sensitivity of the motion sensor (PIR),
follow this procedure:
II
I /II
BMS
1 Press “pir”, red LED on remote will
flash
PL
W/C
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
on
min
2 Press “1” for High sensitivity,
“3” for Low sensitivity
3 Point the front of the remote
to the multi-sensor
and press “send”
group
save
config
link?
mode
O)))
test
mode?
100 h
add
zone
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
Figure 73
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6.11Selecting motion sensor (PIR) behavior
For some application areas, for example a pathway or
a corridor, the reaction of the ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system on occupancy (whether local, elsewhere or
ignore) can be selected. Selecting a different “occupancy
mode” has influence on the power-up state, prolong time
and background level.
The system has to be in the “Test and Configuration”
state (refer to paragraph 5.7).
Note
Setting is on one (1) ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system level so the procedure has to be
repeated for other ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 systems in the network if needed.
To select different motion sensor (PIR) behavior, follow
this procedure:
II
I /II
BMS
1 Press “pir”, red LED on remote will
flash
PL
W/C
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
on
min
group
2 Select number (see table)
3 Point the front of the remote
to the multi-sensor
and press “send”
save
config
link?
mode
O)))
test
mode?
100 h
add
zone
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
Figure 74
During transmission the red LED on the IRT9090 will
flash. After transmission connected light(s) will flash twice
to confirm that the command is correctly received and
executed.
Occupancy Mode
Behavior
Power up state
Prolong Time
Background Level
10
Normal mode (default)
Set to active
Set to active Set to active
application setting
application setting
application setting
11
Path of Egress
Set to On
Set to Infinitive
Set to active
application setting
12
Always On
Set to On
Set to Infinitive
Set to 100%
Table 6
Lock the network, if configuration and testing is completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
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6.12Selecting daylight sensor behavior
To select different daylight sensing behavior, follow this
procedure:
The behavior of the daylight sensor can be selected
(including being enabled or disabled) if the used
application or situation requires this. Selecting different
daylight sensor behavior has influence on DDR, DDO
and DDS so bear this in mind in relation to the Mode the
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system is being used in.
The system has to be in the “Test and Configuration”
state (refer to paragraph 5.7).
Note
Setting is on one (1) ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system level so the procedure has to be
repeated for all ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
systems in the network if needed.
II
I /II
BMS
1 Press “daylight”, red LED on remote
will flash
PL
W/C
1
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
70% G
on
min
group
2 Select number (see table)
3 Point the front of the remote
to the multi-sensor
and press “send”
save
config
link?
mode
O)))
test
mode?
100 h
add
zone
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
0
reset
daylight RF channel
scene
Figure 75
During transmission the red LED on the IRT9090 will
flash. After transmission connected light(s) will flash twice
to confirm that the command is correctly received and
executed.
Daylight Mode
Behavior
1
No reaction to daylight
2
Enable Daylight Dependent Regulation
3
Enable Daylight Dependent Regulation
and Daylight Switching
4
Enable Daylight Dependent Regulation
and Daylight Override
5
Enable Daylight Dependent Regulation,
Daylight Override and Daylight Switching
Daylight Dependent Override
Disabled
Disabled
Daylight
Dependent
Switching
Disabled
Disabled
Daylight
Dependent
Regulation
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Table 7
Lock the network, if configuration and testing is completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
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6.13Change hold time
6.14Automatic DDR set-point calibration
The hold time, this is the time that connected light(s) are
still being regulated although the area is vacated, and can
be set in minutes between 0.5 and 35min.
The system has to be in the “Test and Configuration”
state (refer to paragraph 5.7).
During system installation the light level in the area, that is
formed with luminaires equipped with ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 systems, should be checked against the light
plan that the designer has created. It is possible to
(re)calibrate ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 systems in a
network if for example new or additional office furniture
is placed.
During (re)calibration a number of things have to be
considered, refer to paragraph 6.20, as they all have
influence on the outcome of the calibration.
Very important is to have the area darkened (curtains
and/or blinds closed) so the amount of daylight ingress is
minimal. If there is no possibility to darken the area then
consider performing this calibration at nighttime.
The system has to be in the “Test and Configuration”
state (refer to paragraph 5.7).
Note
This setting is on one (1) ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system level so the procedure
has to be repeated for all ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 systems in the network.
To select a different hold time, follow this procedure:
1 Press “delay”, red LED on remote will
flash
2 Select delay time in minutes
select 0 (zero) for 0.5min
select 90 for 1.5min, all other values
in minutes.
II
I /II
BMS
PL
2
3
10% A
20% B
30% C
4
5
6
40% D
50% E
60% F
7
8
9
0
off
Note
The DDR set-point calibration is active on
network level.
70% G
on
min
group
save
config
3 Point the front of the remote
to the multi-sensor
and press “send”
W/C
1
link?
To calibrate the light level set-point, follow this procedure:
mode
O)))
test
mode?
100 h
add
zone
on/off
%
A-G
power up background IR group
delay
pir
0
1 Press “daylight”, red LED on remote
will flash
reset
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scene
2 Press “save”, while pointing to one
of the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
systems in the network.
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During transmission the red LED on the IRT9090 will
flash. After transmission connected light(s) will flash twice
to confirm that the command is correctly received and
executed.
Lock the network, if configuration and testing is
completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
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Figure 77
DDR set-point calibration will start and all luminaires will
switch off (all sensor(s) will measure the amount of light =
LMIN). Lights will switch on (all sensor(s) will measure again
= LMAX)
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The new DDR set-point(s) will be the calculated result
from LMAX - LMIN and is stored in the ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 systems. The DDR set-point(s) are multiplied
by the set-point correction factor (also referred to as
set-point adjustment factor) of 88% resulting in a new
light level regulation point. For additional information on
the set-point correction factor refer to paragraph 6.15.
6.15Selecting a set-point correction factor
If, after having executed the set-point calibration according
to paragraph 6.14, the overall light level is either too high
or low this can be adapted, in three discrete steps, by
selecting a different set-point correction factor. One step
to increase and two steps the decrease the light level.
The system has to be in the “Test and Configuration”
state (refer to paragraph 5.7).
Example:
LMIN =10 lux and LMAX = 510 lux (lux level values at
task surface)
LMAX - LMIN = 500 lux (new daylight set-point)
Light level regulation point = 440 lux (daylight set-point
multiplied by the set-point correction factor)
Lock the network, if configuration and testing is
completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
Note
The selected set-point correction factor is
active on network level.
To select a set-point correction factor, follow this
procedure:
1 Press “daylight”, red LED on remote
will flash
2 Press either the “▲” (increase) or “▼”
(decrease) button to select a different
set-point correction factor (default
correction factor is 88%). Each step is a
correction factor change of 11%.
All connected luminaires will dim-up
or down and if required repeat this
step taking the limits into account
(99% = maximum and 66% = minimum
correction factor).
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scene
3 Press “send”, while pointing to one
of the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
systems in the network.
Figure 78
If for example the daylight set-point is 500 lux and the
correction factor was decreased by two steps to 66%
then the light level regulation point will be 330 lux.
Lock the network, if configuration and testing is
completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
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6.16Manual DDR set-point calibration (network
level)
6.17Manual DDR set-point calibration (luminaire
level)
The light level of an area, formed by ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 systems in a network, can be modified in
discrete steps to accommodate the desired situation.
The system has to be in the “Test and Configuration”
state (refer to paragraph 5.7).
The light level of one (1) luminaire, with ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 system, can be modified in discrete
steps to accommodate the desired situation.
The system has to be in the “Operational” state (refer to
paragraph 5.6).
Note
This saving light level setting is active on
network level.
Note
This saving light level setting is active on
luminaire level.
To save the light level, follow this procedure:
To save the light level, follow this procedure:
1 Press either “▲” or “▼”, while pointing
to one of the ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system luminaires in the network,
to change the light level (red LED
flashes during press action)
2 Press “save”, the light level is stored
as a new set-point in all ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 system(s) and the
red LED on the remote flashes during
transmission
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3 Press either “▲” or “▼”, while pointing
towards the ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system luminaire, to change the
light level (red LED flashes during press
action)
4 Press “save”, the light level is stored as a
new set-point in the ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system and the red LED on
the remote flashes during transmission
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scene
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Figure 80
All connected luminaires will flash twice to confirm that
the command is correctly received and executed.
The light level set-point is directly used as light level
regulation point so no set-point correction factor is
applied.
The connected luminaire will flash twice to confirm that
the command is correctly received and executed.
The light level set-point is directly used as light level
regulation point so no set-point correction factor is
applied.
Lock the network, if configuration and testing is
completed, according to paragraph 5.6.
Note
Luminaires that have the daylight sensor
disabled (or luminaires without a daylight
sensor) will react upon motion in the network
by dimming to a fixed light level. This light
level is set during the manual DDR set-point
calibration procedure.
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6.18Introduction to scenes
The ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system supports 16
presets/scenes. Four scenes are predefined but can be
modified by the user.
Scene 1 is referred to as “Auto” with light control
behavior according to the application setting (Daylight
Dependent Regulation (DDR) is active). Scene 2 through
4 must be actively selected, refer to following paragraphs
on storing and recall, and have different light level settings.
The light level transition time, when switching between
scenes, is fixed at 700ms.
A summary of the 4 default scene settings is shown in the
table below.
Scene #
1
2
3
4
Status
Auto
On
On
On
Light level
regulated
20%
40%
80%
Transition time
n.a.
700ms.
700ms.
700ms.
6.18.1Storing scenes with IRT9090
The ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system has the
possibility to store up to 16 scenes whereby a scene is
defined as a desired light level. Usually a scene requires a
new light level that can be set, by either using the Touch
and Dim (wired connection) functionality of the ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 system or by means of an IR or RF
remote, before actually storing it.
The system has to be in the “Operational” state (refer to
paragraph 5.6).
Note
Storing a scene is active on network level.
First set the desired light level using the “▲”, “▼”,
“On “ or “Off” button on the remote.
To store a scene, follow this procedure:
Table 8
1 Press “scene”, red LED on remote
will flash
!
Warning
Since Scene 1 is used for Daylight
Dependent Regulation it is strongly advised
NOT to program any value into Scene 1. If
Scene 1 is programmed it is not possible to
activate DDR. The only way to regain DDR
is to reset the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2.
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2 Select a scene number (1-16)
config
3 Point the front of the remote
to the multi-sensor
and press “save”
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The light level, previously set, is stored in
all ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 systems.
The system is now in manual override
meaning that all luminaires will be set to
Figure 81
the fixed (scene) light level.
Please note that there is no response from the system
with respect to connected lights flashing as a confirmation
that the new scene value is received and stored.
!
Warning
Since Scene 1 is used for Daylight Dependent
Regulation it is strongly advised NOT to
program any value into Scene 1. If Scene 1 is
programmed it will become a fixed light level
and DDR is disabled. The only way to regain
DDR is to either use the On button on the
remote or to reset the ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2.
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6.18.2Storing scenes with UID8410
The ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system has the
possibility to store up to 16 scenes whereby a scene
is defined as a desired light level. However please note
that when using the UID8410 it is only possible to store
3 scenes. Usually a scene requires a new light level that
can be set, by either using the Touch and Dim (wired
connection) functionality of the ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system or by means of an IR or RF remote, before
actually storing it.
The system has to be in the “Operational” state (refer to
paragraph 5.6).
Note
Storing a scene is active on network level and
the UID8410 has to be part of the network.
Note
Pressing one of the three scene buttons until
all three buttons are illuminated (three beeps
are heard during the cycle), will reset the
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 systems scene
settings to defaults.
6.18.3Scene recall with IRT9090
Stored scenes can be recalled with the remotes IRT9090,
UID8410, IRT8030, IRT8050, UID8510, UID8460 and
UID8461. With IRT9090 all 16 scenes, out of 16 that can
be stored in ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 systems, can
be recalled.
The system has to be in the “Operational” state (refer to
paragraph 5.6).
Note
A scene recall is active on network level.
First set the desired light level using either the dim-ring, 1
or 0 button on the UID8410.
To store a scene, follow this procedure:
1 Press and hold one of
the three scene buttons
(• is Scene 1, •• is Scene
2 and ••• is Scene 3), the
related scene button
is illuminated, until you
hear three short beeps.
!
Important
Activate one of the motion sensors in the
network so that luminaries are on
To recall a scene, follow this procedure:
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Figure 82
1 Press “scene”, red LED on remote
will flash
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Important
Since Scene 1 is used for Daylight
Dependent Regulation it is strongly advised
NOT to program any value into Scene 1.
If Scene 1 is programmed it will become a
fixed light level and DDR is disabled. The
only way to regain DDR is to either use the
On button on the remote or to reset the
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2.
The light level, that was previously set, is stored in all
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 systems. The system is now
in manual override meaning that all luminaires will be set
to the fixed (scene) light level.
Please note that there is no response from the system
with respect to connected lights flashing as a confirmation
that the new scene value is received and stored.
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2 Select a scene number (1-16)
3 Point the front of the remote
to the multi sensor
and press “send”
save
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Figure 83
Response of all connected luminaires is that they will
change their light level, related to the selected scene
number, setting.
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6.18.4Scene recall with UID8410
Stored scenes can be recalled with the remotes IRT9090,
UID8410, IRT8030, IRT8050, UID8510, UID8460 and
UID8461. With UID8410 only the first 3 scenes, out of
16 that can be stored in ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
systems, can be recalled.
The system has to be in the “Operational” state (refer to
paragraph 5.6).
6.18.5Scene recall with IRT8030
Stored scenes can be recalled with the remotes IRT9090,
UID8410, IRT8030, IRT8050, UID8510, UID8460 and
UID8461. With IRT8030 only the first 4 scenes, out of
16 that can be stored in ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
systems, can be recalled.
The system has to be in the “Operational” state (refer to
paragraph 5.6).
Note
A scene recall is active on network level and
the UID8410 has to be part of the network.
Notes
Scene recall with the IRT8030 remote only
works correctly when the network and
remote are assigned to the same IR group
address (IR group address default, for both
network and remote, is A). To set the
network IR group address, refer to paragraph
6.5). To set the IRT8030 remote IR group
address, refer to its datasheet.
A scene recall is active on network level.
To recall a scene, follow this procedure:
1 Briefly press one of the
three scene buttons, the
related scene button is
illuminated and a short
single beep is generated.
!
Important
Activate one of the motion sensors in the
network so that luminaries are on.
Figure 84
Response of all connected luminaires is that they switch
on with the light level related to the scene number.
To recall a scene, follow the procedure:
1 Briefly press one of the four scene buttons.
Scene 1
Scene 2
Scene 3
Scene 4
Figure 85
Response of all connected luminaires is that they will
change their light level, related to the scene number,
setting.
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6.18.6Scene recall with IRT8050
Stored scenes can be recalled with the remotes IRT9090,
UID8410, IRT8030, IRT8050, UID8510, UID8460 and
UID8461. With IRT8050 only the first 4 scenes, out of
16 that can be stored in ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
systems, can be recalled.
The system has to be in the “Operational” state (refer to
paragraph 5.6).
Notes
Scene recall with the IRT8050 remote only
works correctly when the network and
remote are assigned to the same IR group
address (IR group address default, for both
network and remote, is A). To set the
network IR group address, refer to paragraph
6.5). To set the IRT8050 remote IR group
address, refer to its datasheet.
Make sure that dipswitches, which can be
found in the battery compartment, 4, 6 and 8
are set to On and dipswitches 5 and 7 are set
to Off (refer to the datasheet).
A scene recall is active on network level.
!
Response of all connected luminaires is that they will
change their light level, related to the scene 2 setting.
Briefly pressing the right hand button once will recall
scene 1, pressing three times will recall scene 3 and
pressing four times will recall scene 4. A press action on
the left hand button will switch the luminaires off.
Notes
The IRT8050 can also be used for normal
On/Off and dimming but in that case the
dipswitches 4 through 8 must be set to Off.
The left hand button will function as an Off
switch, when briefly pressed, and dim-down
when keeping the button depressed. The right
hand button functions as On, when briefly
pressed, and dim-up when keeping the button
depressed.
The IRT8050 cannot be used simultaneously
for both scene recall and dimming activity.
Important:
Activate one of the motion sensors in the
network so that luminaries are switched on..
The buttons on the IRT8050 have a “multi-touch”
function, meaning that when pressing the buttons more
than once, with a time interval of < 0.5 seconds between
each press action, a different function will be active.
To recall a scene, follow the procedure:
1Briefly press the
right hand button
twice, this will
recall scene 2.
Figure 86
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6.18.7Scene recall with UID8510
Stored scenes can be recalled with the remotes IRT9090,
UID8410, IRT8030, IRT8050, UID8510, UID8460 and
UID8461. With UID8510 only the first 4 scenes, out of
16 that can be stored in ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
systems, can be recalled.
The system has to be in the “Operational” state (refer to
paragraph 5.6).
Notes
Scene recall with the UID8510 remote
only works correctly when the network
and remote are assigned to the same IR
group address (IR group address default, for
both network and remote, is A). To set the
network IR group address, refer to paragraph
6.5). To set the UID8510 remote IR group
address, refer to its datasheet.
Make sure that dipswitches, which can be
found in the battery compartment, 4, 6 and 8
are set to On and dipswitches 5 and 7 are set
to Off (refer to the datasheet).
A scene recall is active on network level.
!
Briefly pressing the top button once will recall scene 1,
pressing three times will recall scene 3 and pressing four
times will recall scene 4. A press action on the bottom
button will switch the luminaires off.
Notes
The UID8510 can also be used for normal
On/Off and dimming but in that case the
dipswitches 4 through 8 must be set to Off.
The lower button will function as an Off
switch, when briefly pressed, and dim-down
when keeping the button depressed. The
upper button functions as On, when briefly
pressed, and dim-up when keeping the button
depressed.
The UID8510 cannot be used simultaneously
for both scene recall and dimming activity.
Important:
Activate one of the motion sensors in the
network so that luminaries are switched on.
The buttons on the UID8510 have a “multi-touch”
function, meaning that when pressing the buttons more
than once, with a time interval of < 0.5 seconds between
each press action, a different function will be active.
To recall a scene, follow the procedure:
1Briefly press the
upper button
twice, this will
recall scene 2.
Figure 87
Response of all connected luminaires is that they will
change their light level, related to the scene 2 setting.
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6.18.8Scene recall with UID8460
Stored scenes can be recalled with the remotes IRT9090,
UID8410, IRT8030, UID8460 and UID8461. With the
UID8460 only the first 3 scenes, out of 16 that can be
stored in ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 systems, can be
recalled.
The system has to be in the “Operational” state (refer to
paragraph 5.6).
6.18.9Scene recall with UID8461
Stored scenes can be recalled with the remotes IRT9090,
UID8410, IRT8030, UID8460 and UID8461. With the
UID8461 only the first 3 scenes, out of 16 that can be
stored in ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 systems, can be
recalled.
The system has to be in the “Operational” state (refer to
paragraph 5.6).
Note
A scene recall is active on network level and
the UID8460 has to be part of the network
(refer to paragraph 5.11.8 Adding a UID8460
ZGP scene selector to a network).
!
Important:
Activate one of the motion sensors in the
network so that luminaries are on
To recall a scene, follow this procedure:
Note
A scene recall is active on network level and
the UID8461 has to be part of the network
(refer to paragraph 5.11.9 Adding a UID8461
ZGP scene selector to a network).
!
To recall a scene, follow this procedure:
1Briefly press one of the
three scene buttons
(button marked 1 is
Scene 1, button marked
with • is Scene 2 and
button marked with •• is
Scene 3).
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Important:
Ativate one of the motion sensors in the
network so that luminaries are on
1Briefly press one of the
three scene buttons
(button marked 1 is
Scene 1, button marked
with • is Scene 2 and
button marked with ••
is Scene 3).
Figure 88
Figure 89
Response of all connected luminaires is that they will
change their light level, related to the scene number,
setting. A brief press action on the 0 button will switch
the luminaires off.
Response of all connected luminaires is that they will
change their light level, related to the scene number,
setting. A brief press action on the 0 button will switch
the luminaires off.
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6.19Some general default settings
In the following table you will find an overview on some general default settings that are valid for a new ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 system.
System settings Range
Default
RegionEU/APR
US
Application Mode
Mode 1
Mode 2
Mode 3
Mode 4
Mode 5
Mode 6
Mode 7
Mode 8
Mode 9
Mode 10
Mode 11
Mode 12
Mode 13
Mode 14
Mode 15
IR group address
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
100 hour burn-in
Disabled
Enabled
Walk test
Disabled
Enabled
Grace time
0 to 25 s. (1 s. interval)
10 s.
Grace fading
Disabled
Enabled
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6.20DDR set-point calibration considerations
As previously briefly mentioned there are a number of
factors that have influence on the light level in a room
(area) and these should be taken into account during
calibration and everyday use afterwards.
Some factors are:
4Daylight ingress
4Addition of free floor standing, or other, luminaires
4Variation in reflection factors of furniture in the area
With ActiLume DALI gen2 systems there is a possibility to
create groups (Window, Middle and Corridor) whereby
the luminaires within these groups react upon daylight
ingress with an offset and actually follow the increase
of daylight ingress by lowering the light output until the
“Window” luminaire(s) has reached its maximum dimming
level. The “Middle” luminaire(s) output is then still set
to 15% light output and the “Corridor” luminaire(s) are
set to 30% light output. The result of this linked light
regulation is that the lux level in the room is more or less
equal independent of the position within the room (see
figure below).
100%
80%
Corridor
Dimming
Middle
30%
Window
15%
Natural light
Figure 90
Dimming should be read in such a way that where a level
is indicated (left vertical axis in figure 90) this means that
the lights are dimmed down to create a light output that
corresponds to that value.
For example the indication 80% means that the lights are
dimmed down to give an 80% light output.
For the following examples let’s assume that all ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 systems (a AWDG2 system is a
combination of controller and sensor) are operating in
Mode 1 (default), that the daylight and motion sensor
have not been disabled and that the reflection factors of
the installed furniture is equal. All values mentioned in the
examples below are default values.
The first example shows a cross section of a room that
has been calibrated with all external light ingress blocked
off. One person has been sitting at the utmost left desk
but has walked away so the room is vacated. The hold
timer is still active (lights are still being actively regulated)
and as the room was calibrated before, the light level
at task height is approximately 600lux with an even
distribution within the room.
Figure 91-a
The next example only differs with the previous one as
there is now ingress of daylight in the room. The luminaire
nearest the window will actively decrease the light output
to achieve the desired light level at task height. The same
applies for the other luminaires, that are situated further
away from the window, but as each is influenced less
by the ingress of the daylight they will also reduce their
light output but not with the same amount as the one
that is closest to the window. The luminaires that are
the furthest away from the window will possibly not be
influenced at all by daylight ingress, so they will keep the
light output as before. The end result is that within the
room the light level at task height is still approximately
600lux everywhere. The visual appearance however is,
when looking at the ceiling luminaires, that they are
producing different amounts of light output. That might
give the impression that the lux level at task height is
different but that is not the case.
Figure 91-b
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 systems do not have linked
light regulation between luminaires. The result is that
in a room with daylight ingress the luminaires near the
window could be maximally dimmed whilst the luminaires
near the corridor would not be dimmed at all.
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There is a limitation on the dimming down of luminaires,
minimum light output is 1% (depending on the type of
driver used), as the level of daylight ingress increases
further. In that case the light level will become higher than
the requested 600lux at task height. This effect will initially
only take place at the desk(s) closest to the window but
gradually also on the other desks that are situated further
away from the window. If the amount of light that is being
measured, by the sensors in the luminaires, exceed 150%
of the requested light level than the luminaire(s) will
switch off (Daylight Dependent Switching is active) after
15 minutes.
The following situation differs to the previous one. In
this case there is daylight ingress. All luminaires that are
active in background mode will not react to this ingress
of daylight. The three luminaires that have detected
occupancy will however react on the ingress of daylight
and reduce their light output to produce a light level of
approximately 600lux at task height.Visually the effect is
that a difference in luminaire output can be seen.
Figure 92-b
Again here the effect from an increase of daylight ingress
will have influence on the luminaires that have an active
light output control and in extreme situations might even
be switched off.
Figure 91-c
Now let’s look at a different situation whereby one
person is sitting at a desk. In the example below there is
no daylight ingress. The person is detected by not only the
motion (PIR) sensor directly above him but also by the
motion sensor to the left and right of him. This results in
these three luminaires being controlled to produce light
output to achieve the correct light level at task height. The
other luminaires are all active in background mode using a
fixed light level of 10%. The light sensors of the luminaires
that are active in background mode do not react to light
level fluctuations.
Figure 92-a
In the last situation a free floor standing luminaire is
added to the room adjacent to the desk that is occupied.
In the example below there is no daylight ingress.
The luminaires in the room that are in background mode
will be at 10% light output and don’t react to stray light
coming from the free floor standing luminaire. The three
luminaires that have detected occupancy however will
react to the light that is being produced by the free floor
standing luminaire. They will reduce their light output to
maintain the required task light level. As the free floor
standing luminaire is not positioned symmetrically the
three ceiling luminaires will all have a different light output.
In case that the light level that is being measured by the
sensors in the ceiling luminaires exceeds 150% during
15 minutes of the required light level, at task height, the
luminaires will even switch off as the Daylight Dependent
Switching function (DDS) is active.
Figure 93-a
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In the next example below there is still no ingress of
daylight. Two ceiling luminaires have switched off, due to
the DDS function being active, while the third one has
increased its light output in an attempt to maintain the
required light level at task height. If the required light
level cannot be achieved, the two luminaires that were
switched off by the DDS function will switch on again
after 15 minutes to switch off again due to the access of
light
Figure 93-b
The last picture shows the influence of daylight ingress
on the luminaires that are actively controlling their light
output.
Figure 93-c
Summary
A number of the above shown effects, or even a
combination of them, can take place in a room that was
calibrated correctly. Once the effect(s) are recognized
take the corrective action if needed.
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7
Manual control
The ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 is the perfect system
to keep the light at a constant level without interference.
If, however, the light level needs to be changed, this can be
done by using a Touch and Dim switch or by either an IR
or RF remote control.
7.1 Touch and Dim (push button) control
The Touch and Dim functionality of the ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 works in the same way as it is implemented in
many other Philips Lighting products. The “T and D” input
is used for this application. The push button used must be
of the “push to make” type, meaning the contact is closed
when the push button is operated, otherwise the contact
is open.
Figure 94
The usage of the Touch and Dim is very intuitive. When
pushing the button the lights will react immediately
depending on their previous situation. In the table below
the different sequences are given.
Action
Duration
Very short push < 0.04 s
Short push
0.04 - 0.5 s
Long push
0.5 - 10 s
7.2Wiring
The connection diagram should be as follows:
L
N
PE
L and “T and D” must be connected
to the same phase!
(T and D)
2
(T and D)
1
T and D
PE
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
N
Controller 1
L
T and D
PE
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
N
Controller 2
L
Figure 95
Notes
Always take care that the “T and D” connection is
connected to the same phase as the L connection
on the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 controller.
If this is not respected then, when pushing the
Touch and Dim button, the voltage going into the
controller will be too high and this will adversely
damage the controller.
Do not connect multiple ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 controllers to one (1) Touch and Dim button
as the controllers have no synchronization function.
Reaction
Ignored
Switch on/off (on if
previously off and
vice versa)
Dim up/down (up if
previously down and
vice versa)
Table 10
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7.3 Infra-Red (IR) control
There are different IR remote controls for different
purposes. These IR remote controls can be categorized
into:
4IR remote controller for (re-)programming the
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 controller (IRT9090).
4IR remotes controllers for daily use (IRT8030, IRT8050
and UID8510).
7.3.2Using the IRT8050
The IRT8050 is a battery (4x AAA or LR03 coded)
powered remote control suitable for wall mounting or
tabletop operation. The infrared radiation pattern has
been optimized for wall-mounted operation.
The IRT8050 can operate in two different manners:
4Simple control (on/up – off/down)
4Scene recall (also called preset control)
The use of the IRT9090 is explained throughout this
document including a description on how to create
networks and zones.
Following remote controls are for daily use and they are
briefly described in the following sub-paragraphs:
4IRT8030
4IRT8050
4UID8510
7.3.1Using the IRT8030
The IRT8030 is a 4 preset/scenes battery (4x AAA or
LR03 coded) powered remote control and can be used
for wall mounting (holder included) or tabletop operation.
The IRT8030 can be used to recall 4 scenes (presets). The
IR group address can be selected by setting dipswitches 1
through 3 (see datasheet for details).
Figure 97
The manner in which the IR remote controls the
connected ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system(s)
depends on the setting of dipswitches 4 through 8. The
IR group address can be selected by setting dipswitches 1
through 3 (see datasheet for details).
The operation of the scene recall function is covered in
paragraph 6.18.6. In case the IRT8050 is used as a simple
control the right hand button functions as on/dim-up key
and the left hand button as off/dim-down.
Notes
The IRT8050 cannot be used simultaneously
for both simple control (on, off and dimming)
and scene recall.
Figure 96
Scene recall is covered in paragraph 6.18.5 and the lower
button on the IRT8030 remote is always used to switch
lights off.
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7.3.3Using the UID8510
The UID8510 is in fact approximately the same remote
control as the IRT8050 with slightly reduced functionality.
It is battery (4x AAA or LR03 coded) powered and suited
for wall mounting or tabletop operation. The infrared
radiation pattern has been optimized for wall-mounted
operation.
The UID8510 can operate in two different manners:
4Simple control (on/up – off/down)
4Scene recall (also called preset control)
Figure 98
The manner in which the IR remote controls the
connected ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system(s)
depends on the setting of dipswitches 4 through 8. The
IR group address can be selected by setting dipswitches
1 through 3 (see datasheet for details).
7.4 RF control
The ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system can, besides
being manually controllable by “Touch and Dim” or by
Infra-Red remotes, be controlled by Philips ZigBee RF
(Radio Frequency) devices. The devices can be categorized
into:
4RF remote with scene setting, scene recall and On/Off/
Dim functionality (UID8410)
4RF remote with On/Off/Dim functionality (UID8450
and UID8451)
4RF remote with scene recall and switching Off
functionality (UID8460 and UID8461)
7.4.1Using the UID8410
The UID8410 (Wireless Scene Remote) is a handheld
battery (3x AAA or LR03 coded) powered ZigBee remote
control. It has been designed to be manually operated
when being held although operation from a tabletop is
also possible. In addition to the two mentioned operation
methods a mounting kit (LRH8020) is available to
accommodate wall operation.
The operation of the scene recall function is covered in
paragraph 6.18.7. In case the UID8510 is used as a simple
control the upper button functions as on/dim-up key and
the lower button as off/dim-down.
Note
The UID8510 cannot be used simultaneously
for both simple control (on, off and dimming)
and scene recall.
Figure 99
The UID8410 can operate in few different manners:
4Simple control (on/off/dimming)
4Scene setting
4Scene recall
The operation of scene setting and recall is covered
in paragraph 6.18.2 and paragraph 6.18.4. In case the
UID8410 is used as a simple control the 1 button
functions as a, switch luminaires On key, while the 0
button is used for switching luminaires Off. Finally the
dim-ring can be used to switch the luminaires On with a
desired light level. By moving a finger over the curve of
the dim-ring the light level can be dimmed. Please note
that when coming in the area, indicated with red in the
drawing, the luminaires will switch Off.
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7.4.2Using UID8450
The UID8450 is a 2 button Philips ZigBee device for
wall mounting. It has 1 button to switch luminaires On
(with dim-up functionality) and 1 button to switch Off
(with dim-down functionality), To operate the device
no connection to mains (or other electrical source)
is needed as energy produced by pushing a button is
sufficient to send the command to the network it is linked
to.
4To switch luminaires On briefly press the button on
the upper section
4To switch luminaires Off briefly press the button on
the lower section
4To dim luminaires press and hold either the button on
the upper or lower section
Figure 101
7.4.4Using UID8460
The UID8460 is a 4 button Philips ZigBee device for
wall mounting. It has 3 buttons for scene recall and 1
button to switch luminaires Off. To operate the device
no connection to mains (or other electrical source)
is needed as energy produced by pushing a button is
sufficient to send the command to the network it is linked
to.
4To recall a scene briefly press one of the three buttons
marked 1 (Scene 1), marked • (Scene 2) or marked ••
(Scene 3).
4Briefly press the 0 button to switch luminaires Off.
Figure 100
The procedure to link the device into the network is
described in paragraph 5.11.6.
7.4.3Using UID8451
The UID8451 is a 2 button Philips ZigBee device for
wall mounting. It has 1 button to switch luminaires On
(with dim-up functionality) and 1 button to switch Off
(with dim-down functionality). To operate the device
no connection to mains (or other electrical source)
is needed as energy produced by pushing a button is
sufficient to send the command to the network it is linked
to.
4To switch luminaires On briefly press the upper button
4To switch luminaires Off briefly press the lower button
4To dim luminaires press and hold either the upper or
lower button
The procedure to link the device into the network is
described in paragraph 5.11.7.
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Figure 102
The procedure to link the device into the network is
described in paragraph 5.11.8.
7.4.5Using UID8461
The UID8461 is a 4 button Philips ZigBee device for
wall mounting. It has 3 buttons for scene recall and 1
button to switch luminaires Off. To operate the device
no connection to mains (or other electrical source)
is needed as energy produced by pushing a button is
sufficient to send the command to the network it is
linked to.
4To recall a scene briefly press one of the three buttons
marked 1 (Scene 1), marked • (Scene 2) or marked ••
(Scene 3).
4Briefly press the 0 button to switch luminaires Off.
Figure 103
The procedure to link the device into the network is
described in paragraph 5.11.9.
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Built in requirements
The following paragraphs give detailed information on how to mount the LRI1663 ActiLume gen2 multi-sensor
and the LLC1686 ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 controller into a luminaire.
There are 2 different clips available, one for TL5 (T5)
lamps and one for TL-D (T8) lamps. The TL5 version is
called LCA8002 and the TL-D version of the clip is called
LCA8003. Both types can be ordered separately and are
packed in boxes of 50 pieces.
38.3
30.3
27.1
10
Figure 105 LCA8002
38.3
11
8.3.1Sensor LRI1663
The sensor can be mounted into a luminaire in different
ways using one of the available options.
34.7
The sensor and ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 controller
each have their own way of being mounted inside a
luminaire. These devices are not meant to be placed on
the outside of a luminaire or being treated as separate
devices.
4.5
31.6
8.3Mounting
7
22.6
In many cases the DALI line(s) have to be brought outside
the luminaire in order to connect the DALI line to
other luminaires. Since the DALI line(s) have only basic
insulation towards the mains, these cables should be
treated as mains cables and therefore must be mains rated
cables to be used in combination with strain relief at the
place where the DALI line(s) enter/leave the luminaire.
22.6
8.2 Wiring outside the luminaire
16.6
The wiring inside a luminaire is of the same type as that
used for connecting lamps or LEDs to ballasts/drivers and
for the mains connections. The LRI1663 multi-sensor on
the other hand has its own cable of which one side is a
fixed connection to the sensor. The other side of the cable
has a RJ10 (4p4c) connector that must be pushed/clicked
into the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 controller to
achieve the connection between sensor and controller.
The simplest way of mounting the sensor into the
luminaire is by using a metal clip. The clip can be mounted
on the backside of the sensor and then be clipped directly
onto the lamp.
11.7
8.1 Wiring inside the luminaire
4.5
16
Figure 106 LCA8003
Figure 104
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When a sensor is clipped onto the lamp (or attached to
optics) and the distance between sensor and lamp is less
than 8cm, then the sensor should be located at the cold
side of the lamp. The cold side of the lamp is the side
where the wiring towards the ballast is the longest.
In order to increase the front size of the sensor so it
will fit better between the lamella, a ring is available that
can be clicked onto the front side of the sensor. The ring
model number is LCA8001and can be ordered in boxes
of 100 pieces. A LCA8001 ring must always be used in
combination with a LCA8006 cover.
The sensor including the LCA8006 cover can also be
combined with the clip LCA8005 for mounting into the
luminaire housing. Details of the hole dimensions can be
found under the heading (LRI1663+LCA8006)+LCA8005.
Figure 110
19
22
3
16
54
59.6
17
14
47
21.7
Figure 107
25.2
Figure 108 LCA8001
The sensor can also be mounted into the luminaire
housing, either directly or by using the available LCA8006
cover or the LCA8005 clip in combination with a
LCA8006 cover.
To mount the sensor directly a hole in the luminaire
housing needs to be punched or cut. The dimensions of
the hole can be found in the table of this page under the
heading LRI1663.
64
Figure 111 LCA8005
R (4x)
When the sensor including the LCA8006 cover needs to
be mounted into the luminaire housing the dimensions
for the hole can be found in the table under the heading
LRI1663+LCA8006.
Y
X
Figure 112
Figure 109 LCA8006
LRI1663
LRI1663 + LCA8006
R
2.0
2.3
X
40.9
44.0
Y
13.9
17.0
Z
<1.2
<1.2
All dimensions mentioned in mm.
(LRI1663
+ LCA8006)
+ LCA8005
0.5
60.0
22.0
0.5 - 2.5
Z = material thickness
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Another mounting option is to use the latching rills on
the back of the sensor. To use this way of mounting 2
holes, Ø4 mm, have to be drilled which need to be 20
mm apart. A third hole is needed for the sensor wire go
through the material. The thickness of the material can be
up to maximum of 0.7 mm.
If the sensor is placed within the luminaire, a distance
of at least 8 cm should be kept between sensor, and its
wiring, and the “warm” side of the lamp. The warm side of
the lamp is the side where the wiring from the ballast to
the lamp(s) is the shortest.
8.3.3Sensor position
If multiple luminaires are used in the same area, the
distance between the different sensors should be at least
1.5 meter. This to prevent a sensor from “seeing” the light
variation of the other luminaire and trying to act on it.
≥ 1.5m.
12 mm
5.2 mm
Ø 4 mm
4 mm
20 mm
Figure 113
Please contact your local sales representative for more
info on ordering these rings or other accessories.
8.3.2Sensor cable
The sensor has a PVC-free 300V rated 4-core cable. One
end is connected to the sensor and on the other end an
RJ10 (4p4c) connector is attached.
!
Important
The sensor wire can be extended with a
male-female RJ10 (4p4c) 4 wire cable of
up to 5 meter. The system can handle this
extension and will function as expected. EMI
behavior however, might be influenced by
this extension.
Figure 114
8.3.4Controller LLC1686
It is easy to mount the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
controller. Just drill 2 holes, Ø4.2 mm, into a suitable
position of the luminaire housing according to the pattern
as visible beneath.
Ø 4.2 mm
168 ... 170 mm
Figure 115
The ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 controller can be
mounted by means of screws, washers and nuts.
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!
Important
As the controller needs to communicate
with other Philips Zigbee wireless devices the
position where it is to be mounted inside the
luminaire housing, when made from metal,
needs to be carefully chosen.
In order to have the RF signals enter and
exit the metal luminaire, the luminaire must
be “open” to 2.4GHz RF waves. If there is
doubt whether the luminaire is suited for
using in combination with the ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 controller, it is strongly
recommended to make a few tests to
determine if the combination can be used
and/or if the transmission range is sufficient.
The ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 controller
consists of a “mother board” (MB) that
handles the main functionality and a
“daughter board” (DB) that takes care of the
RF signal transmission/reception. The location
and situation of this DB is important, to have
good communication between the different
luminaires and other wireless devices.
The following drawing marks the position and
approximate size of the DB, related to the ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 controller housing. The housing has
markings on the outside that indicate the position of the
DB and will help during design-in.
Since the DB is located near the side of the controller
housing, it is of the utmost importance that this part of
the housing is as close as possible to the open area of the
luminaire. If the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 controller
is mounted as in the drawing it should be mounted as
tight as possible against the wall of the luminaire housing.
Each millimeter distance will considerably decrease the
transmission range of the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
controller.
When a network is formed with multiple ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 controllers, the best communication
between the devices will exist if all ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 controllers are mounted in the same direction.
In this way the maximum transmission distance of 10
meter can be covered.
Figure 117
8.3.5Wiring to and from the controller
The ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 controller has
WAGO 250 connectors and one (1) RJ10 receptacle.
The WAGO 250 is a connector that accepts a wide
range of wire sizes with a cross section areas from
0.5 mm2 to 1.5 mm2 (16 … 20 AWG). Wiring needs to
be stripped at a length of 8.5 … 9.5 mm. This makes
it easy to have the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
controller fit into any luminaire without having to use
special wiring. The RJ10 receptacle connects and locks
the cable of the LRI1663 multi-sensor.
5
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35
5
15
Figure 116
Dimensions shown are valid for the position of the DB board and are in millimeters with a tolerance of +/- 1mm
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8.4 System capabilities and limitations
Under no circumstances may the maximum load, of 8mA,
on the DALI connection of the ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 controller be exceeded as this can permanently
damage the device.
A typical DALI driver load consumes maximally 2mA so
4 devices can be connected to one (1) ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 controller (LLC1686). The controller has two
(2) DALI connections, which are physically connected in
parallel, so the load(s) can be connected to either one of
these connections or be divided across them.
It is not permitted to connect a DALI power supply to the
DALI connectors and/or lines.
There is one (1) mains rated Touch and Dim input. The
“L” (live) and “T and D” inputs must be connected to the
same electrical phase. When these inputs are connected
to different electrical phases the controller will be
permanently damaged.
The ActiLume gen2 multi-sensor (LRI1663) has a
1 meter long cable that is fixed at the sensor side. The
other end has a RJ10 (4p4c) connector that clicks into
the receptacle of the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
controller. When needed the cable may be extended,
with a maximum length of 5 meter, using a suitable cable
with RJ10 (4p4c) connectors (male / female) as described
earlier.
Only one (1) multi-sensor may be connected to one (1)
controller.
Below a technical summary table:
Controller LLC1686
Multi-sensor LRI1663
Mains input ratings
voltage 195 … 240VAC, Viewing angle light sensor 72° (circular)
frequency 50 … 60Hz.
daylight spectrum
Input power (without LRI1663)
≤ 650mW (at 230VAC 50Hz)
Viewing angle 72° x 85° (rectangular)
movement sensor
passive infra-red
Input power (with LRI1663)
≤ 750mW (at 230VAC 50Hz)
Viewing angle infra-red 110° (circular),
receiver
RC5 code from remotes
Additional required input
40mW (at full DALI load)
Cable length
1 meter
power per driver
Environmental conditions
temperature range: Cable connector type
RJ10 (4p4c)
operating
-20 …55° Celsius
relative humidity range: Extension cable allowed Yes (max 5.0m)
20 …85% (no condensation)
Environmental conditions storage
temperature range:
Dimensions
44.7 x 16.4 x 15.8mm.
-25 … 85° Celsius
relative humidity range: Weight
28 grams
10 …95% (no condensation)
Dimensions
179.5 x 30.0 x 22.1mm.
Weight
70 grams
Number of drivers
4 (with a typical DALI load ≤ 2mA.)
DALI ports and load
2 (parallel connected) maximum 8mA.
Touch and Dim input (mains rated) 1
Mains, T and D and DALI WAGO 250
connector type
Multi-sensor connector receptacle RJ10 Wireless Communication
ZigBee PRO standard (IEEE 802.15.4, WPAN)
Table 12
Other limitations, on the amount of ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 systems and peripheral devices that are allowable in one (1)
network, can be found in paragraph 2.5. 8-68
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8.5 Connection examples
Below an example of a standalone ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system and one of a network system.
DALI
driver
luminaire 1
DALI
driver
luminaire 2
DALI
driver
luminaire 3
DALI
driver
luminaire 4
Figure 118
DALI
driver
luminaire 1
DALI
driver
luminaire 2
DALI
driver
luminaire 3
DALI
driver
DALI
driver
luminaire 1
luminaire 2
DALI
driver
luminaire 1
Network119
Figure
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OccuSwitch wireless movement detectors
Besides the movement detector, that is part of the
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system, the area where
motion detection needs to be active can be easily
extended by one of the OccuSwitch wireless detectors
LRM1763, LRM1765, LRM1770 and LRM1775. Each
of these detectors has been designed for a specific
application. The LRM1763 for example is designed to
be mounted against the ceiling, whilst the LRM1765,
LRM1770 and LRM1775 are specifically designed for
applications that require movement sensor mounting in a
corridor, corner or wall.
Note
How the sensors can be linked into a network
is described in paragraph 5.11.1 and as
previously mentioned movement detection of
these sensors is always at network level so not
at zone level.
LRM1765 OSW Corridor sensor
The LRM1765 is a battery (SAFT LS 14500, 3.6 V lithiumthionyl chloride (Li-SOCl2) AA-size) powered corridor
sensor. Generally mounted at a height of 2.3m and it has a
presence detection pattern of 6.1 x 45.0m. For additional
product information refer to the datasheet.
6.1m
45m
LRM1763 OSW Multi-sensor
The LRM1763 is a battery (SAFT LS 14500, 3.6 V
lithium-thionyl chloride (Li-SOCl2) AA-size) powered
multi-sensor. Generally mounted against the ceiling it has
a, more or less, rectangular presence detection pattern
of 3.6 x 5.4m for minor and 5.4 x 7.2m for major
movements when mounted at a height of 2.5m. For
additional product information refer to the datasheet.
2.3m
Figure 121
3.6 m
5.4 m
7.2 m
Figure 120
h = 2.5 m
Although the LRM1763 has an integrated daylight sensor
this feature is not supported within a network created
with ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 systems.
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5.4 m
LRM1770 OSW Corner sensor
The LRM1770 is a battery (SAFT LS 14500, 3.6 V lithiumthionyl chloride (Li-SOCl2) AA-size) powered corner
sensor. Generally mounted at a height of 2.3m and it has
a rectangular presence detection pattern of 10.0 x 10.0m
for minor and 15.0 x 15.0m for major movements. For
additional product information refer to the datasheet.
10m
LRM1775 OSW Wall sensor
The LRM1775 is a battery (SAFT LS 14500, 3.6 V
lithium-thionyl chloride (Li-SOCl2) AA-size) powered
wall sensor. Generally mounted at a height of 2.3m and
it has a rectangular presence detection pattern of 10.0 x
10.0m for minor and 15.0 x 15.0m for major movements.
For additional information on the product refer to the
datasheet.
15m
10m
15m
10m
10m
15m
15m
2.3m
Figure 122
2.3m
Figure 123
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10MultiOne
This chapter is an introduction on how to configure
(commission) the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system
using the MultiOne software in combination with
the LCN8650 USB2ZigBee dongle (hardware). The
software contains two manuals, in .pdf format, to provide
background and detailed user information. To open these
manuals, one “Getting started” and one “User manual”, a
suitable reader needs to be installed (recommendation
Adobe Reader).
To obtain the MultiOne software go to the www.philips.
com/MultiOne website and select MultiOne Engineering
2.7 or higher, when prompted choose Open and use the
computers unzip facility to unpack and save the file.
From this screen you have access to the “Getting started”
and “User manual” and have the option to remember
your choice and not show this screen after restarting. Select the Application mode “All” button.
After opening (see window beneath) tabs regarding
Device features, Commands, Traceability, Scheduler, Query
and Diagnostics are visible but these are not relevant for
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2.
Before installing the software request a User Software
Key by clicking on the link on the web-page and filling in
the required information.
Double click on the saved .exe file and follow on screen
instructions to install the MultiOne software.
Once the MutiOne software is installed insert the
USB2ZigBee dongle into a free USB 2.0 port. Its driver is
then automatically installed.
Figure 125
Note
The LCN8650 USB2ZigBee dongle has to be
ordered separately.
Select Tools -> Connection settings
10.1Starting MultiOne software
If a shortcut, on the desktop of the computer, was created
double click on it to start the software. If no shortcut
was created search your computer and start the software
from the applicable location. All screen shots shown are
of MultiOne release 2.7.
The Application mode start screen is shown.
Figure 126
Figure 124
10-72 Philips ActiLume Wireless DALI 2nd Generation - Ch 10 MultiOne
Select the ZigBee radio button, check to confirm the
selected port number, and confirm by selecting the OK
button.
During the process of identification the USB2ZigBee
dongle is linked into the network.
In the example below two ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
devices have been identified to form the network.
Figure 127
If the COM port is not shown press the refresh button.
Figure 129
10.2Gaining access to a ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 network
Now bring the network bring it into the “Test and
Configuration” state (refer to paragraph 5.7)
To gain access to an existing network, created with
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 systems, it must be in the
“Opened network” state (refer to paragraph 5.11).
Please note that only connection to one (1) network can
be established.
By right clicking on a device, in this case an ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 controller and selecting Identify the
connected lights of the ActilLume Wireless DALI gen2
will flash twice. This helps to visually identify the position
of the device in the network. The same procedure can
be used to identify the position of OccuSwitch Wireless
sensors in the network but in this case the LED on the
OSW will flash for approximately 100s.
Select the Connect to network button and wait for the
devices to be identified. Depending on the amount of
devices in the network, identifying can take anywhere
between a few seconds to several minutes.
The General tab shows information about the device that
is highlighted in the Network pane (left hand side). When
making changes in the General tab, for example changing
the IR channel (IR group address) this change needs to be
written to the device.
For details on the capabilities and use of the MultiOne
tool, in combination with the USB2Zigbee dongle, refer to
the appropriate manuals.
Once configuration is completed lock the network (refer
to paragraph 5.6) bringing it into the “Operational” state.
Close the software and remove the USB2Zigbee dongle
from the computer.
Figure 128
Philips ActiLume Wireless DALI 2nd Generation - Ch 10 MultiOne 10-73
11FAQ
Q1: What is the definition of an ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 system?
A1: It is a combination of one (1) ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 (LLC1686) combined with one (1)
ActiLume gen2 multi-sensor (LRI1663).
Q2: How many ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
systems can form one (1) network?
A2: A maximum of 50 ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
systems.
Q3: Can Philips ZigBee wireless devices be
included and/or used with a network?
A3: Yes, a limited amount of sensors, switches and
remotes can be used (refer to paragraph 2.5).
Q4: How many OccuSwitch Wireless sensors can
be part of a network?
A4: A maximum of 10 OSW sensors can be part of a
network with the restriction that there may never
be more OSW sensors than ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 controllers.
Q5: How many Wireless Scene Control remotes
can be part of a network?
A5: A maximum of 5 ZigBee remotes can be part of a
network
Q6: Is there a limitation on the amount of
ZigBee Green Power devices that can be part
of a network?
A6: Yes, maximally 5, either switches or scene selector,
can be part of a network.
Q7: Can a network be created with just ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 controllers (LLC1686)?
A7: No, during network creation the ActiLume gen2
multi-sensor has to be connected to the controller
as the IR receiver part is needed to gain access to
the network. There is no other way to create a
network.
Q8: Can the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 be
used without ActiLume muti-sensor?
A8: In principle yes. In order to do so, the movement
detector and daylight sensor need to be disabled
and after that, the occupancy mode of the ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 controller needs to be set to
Manual on/Manual off via the MultiOne tool in the
active mode. When this is done, the sensor can be
removed. Hence: the ActiLume needs to be in a
network so it can act on other signals coming from
other devices.
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Q9: A9: Do all luminaires in a network need to be
equipped with the ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 system?
No, as each ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
controller can drive upto a maximum of 4 DALI
drivers that in general will not be mounted in one
luminaire (refer to configuration example in
paragraph 8.5).
Q10: How many zones can be created in one (1)
network?
A10: The maximum amount is 32 zones.
Q11: Can OccuSwitch Wireless sensors be added
to one or more zones?
A11: No, wireless sensors are always part of the network
not of a zone within a network.
Q12: Can zones be assigned to independent IR
group addresses?
A12: Yes, but please notice that as On/Off commands
from remotes are relayed across the network all
luminaires will respond even if assigned to different
IR group addresses.
Q13: Is it practical to assign different IR group
addresses to zones to achieve local control?
A13: No, see previous Q and A. If local control is
required create two or more small networks with
different IR group addresses.
Q14: What is the average battery lifetime of
OccuSwitch Wireless (LRM1763, LRM1765,
LRM1770 and LRM1775) sensors?
A14: The average lifetime is 10 years.
Q15: What is the average battery lifetime of
the Wireless Scene Control (UID8410)
remote control?
A15: The average lifetime is 2 years.
Q16: What is the average battery lifetime of the
IR remotes?
A16: The average lifetime is 4 - 5 years.
Q17: When does the battery of a ZGP device need
to be replaced?
A17: Not at all as these devices function without any
electrical source. By pressing buttons the required
energy is generated.
Mains
Touch and Dim
switch
100 Ohm
Type MRS25
PE
N
L
330 nF
Type X2-275V
Ls
PE
N
L
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
Q18: Is there a maximum wiring length between
the Touch and Dim button and ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2 controller?
A18: In principle not but if the wiring gets too long it is
possible that disturbances will be picked up
generating undesired ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 controller behavior. The following R/C filter
can be mounted, at the ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2 controller side.
Figure 130
Q19: How many ballasts/drivers can I connect to
one ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
(LLC1686)?
A19: A maximum of 4 drivers is permitted as the current
output of the controller is limited at 8mA.
Q20: Is it allowed to connect an external DALI
power supply to the DALI lines?
A20: No, this will permanently damage connected
ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 devices.
Q21: I cannot link my UID8410 Wireless Scene
Remote to a new network although it has
previously been used in another network?
A21: The UID8410 remembers the network it has
been linked into by storing network information
into its memory. Before it can be linked into a new
network the “old” network data must be cleared.
To clear the memory remove the back cover and
insert a paperclip in the hole marked with text
reset. Keep the button depressed until an audible
signal is generated. Mount back cover on the
remote control.
Q22: Can I connect 2 or more ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 in parallel to one (1) Touch and
Dim button?
A22: No, this is not possible since the ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 has no synchronization implemented.
Q23: Can I connect 2 or more Touch and Dim
buttons in parallel to one (1) ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2?
A24: Yes, this is possible, but keep in mind the the
possibility of additional disturbances (also see
Q/A 18 on length of the Touch and Dim line).
Q25: Is daylight regulation still active when using
the Touch and Dim button?
A25: No, daylight regulation will be switched off?
Q26: Where can I find all ins and outs about
the “MultiOne” software?
A26: In this Application guide there is a chapter on the
use and capabilities of the MultiOne tool related to
the ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 system. Details
on the tool can be found in “Getting started” and
“User manual” that are an integrated part of the
tool.You can find these documents on either the
Application mode (start screen) or in the pull-down
menu at the top navigation bar under de heading
“Help”.
Q27: I cannot open the two documents on the use
of the MultiOne tool?
A27: The documents are in .pdf format and a tool that
is capable of opening these files is required. A free
and suitable tool is Acrobat Reader.
Q28: Is it possible to deactivate the daylight
sensor and movement detector separately
with IRT9090?
A28: Yes, it is possible to (de)activate the daylight and
movement sensor (PIR) independently from one
another (refer to paragraphs 6.12 and 6.11 for
details).
Q29: Is it possible to deactivate the daylight
sensor and movement detector separately
with the MultiOne tool?
A29: Yes, it is possible to (de)activate the daylight and
movement sensor (PIR) independently from one
another by placing, or removing, tick marks in
checkboxes.
Q30: Can I still use the LRA1750 Actuator block
with ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2?
A30: No, the LRA1750 cannot be used in combination
with the LLC1686 ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2.
Philips ActiLume Wireless DALI 2nd Generation - Ch 11 FAQ 11-75
Q31: Is daylight information distributed across the
network?
A31: No, because that would give too much data
transmission and would therefore interfere with
occupancy sharing across the network.
Q32: Can I connect ZigBee devices from other
manufacturers to the ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 system?
A32: No, this is not possible as the system uses
encrypted communication and this encryption is
not shared with other manufacturers.
Q33: Can I connect multiple LRI1663 and/or
LRI1667 to one (1) ActiLume Wireless DALI
gen2?
A33: No, this is not allowed. Only one (1) LRI1663 or
LRI1667 may be connected to one (1) ActiLume
Wireless DALI gen2.
Q34: Does the system have a default RF channel?
A34: No, there is no default RF channel. When creating
a network the first ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
system will automatically choose one of three
available channels.
Q35: If transmission/reception gets worse over
time, will the system hop to a different RF
channel?
A35: No, during operation, the channel will never change.
The used channel can only be intentionally changed
according to paragraph 6.6. Channel change is active
for all ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2 systems in the
network as well as for OccuSwitch Wireless devices
and RF remotes UID8410 that are part of the
network. All ZigBee Green Power devices however
need to be manually relinked into the network.
Q36: How is it secured that all ActiLume Wireless
DALI gen2 systems in a network are on the
same RF channel?
A36: When an additional ActiLume Wireless DALI gen2
system needs to be linked into a network (by
pressing “add” on the IRT9090), it will check for an
open network operating on one of three available
RF channels. As soon as it finds an open network it
will join automatically and keep attached to the RF
channel the network is operating on.
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12Abbreviations
Abbreviations used throughout this document are in alphabetical order:
DALI
=
Digital Addressable Lighting Interface
DDO
=
Daylight Dependent Override (if sufficient daylight then disable the Auto on function).
DDR
=
Daylight Dependent Regulation
DDS
=
Daylight Dependent Switching (if sufficient daylight available then lights switch off).
HVAC
=
Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning
IR
= Infra-Red
OOTB =
Out Of The Box
OSW
=
OccuSwitch Wireless
PIR
=
Passive Infra-Red
ZGP
=
ZigBee Green Power
Philips ActiLume Wireless DALI 2nd Generation - Ch 12 Abbreviations 12-77
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