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OccuSwitch DALI
User Manual
3222 636 49460
December 2012
Introduction to the OccuSwitch DALI
This manual covers the following products:
LRM2070, LRM2072
LRM2080, LRM2082
LRM2090, LRM2092
LCU2070, LRH2070, LCC2070, LCC2080
It does NOT cover the LRM2095 nor the LRM20x1 versions with Enocean® interface.
Version 1.51
March 2013
Publication number 3222 636 49460
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Table of contents
Table of contents
1.
INTRODUCTION TO THE OCCUSWITCH DALI .......................................................................................................... 5
2.
OPERATING PRINCIPLE .......................................................................................................................................... 6
2.1.
OCCUSWITCH DALI VERSIONS ..................................................................................................................................... 6
2.1.1.
OccuSwitch DALI Basic ................................................................................................................................. 9
2.1.2.
OccuSwitch DALI Advanced ....................................................................................................................... 10
2.1.3.
OccuSwitch DALI BMS ................................................................................................................................ 11
2.1.4.
Extension movement sensor ...................................................................................................................... 12
2.2.
LUMINAIRE CONTROL ............................................................................................................................................... 13
2.2.1.
Group assignements .................................................................................................................................. 13
AUTOMATIC CONTROL ........................................................................................................................................................... 14
2.2.2.
Occupancy ................................................................................................................................................. 14
2.2.3.
Daylight regulation .................................................................................................................................... 14
2.3.
LOCAL MANUAL CONTROL ......................................................................................................................................... 16
2.3.1.
Manual control channels ........................................................................................................................... 16
2.3.2.
Channels and groups ................................................................................................................................. 16
2.3.3.
Manual control with the IRT8050 .............................................................................................................. 17
2.3.4.
Manual control with the IRT8010 .............................................................................................................. 17
2.3.5.
Infrared manual control groups ................................................................................................................. 17
2.3.6.
Manual control with standard switches and the LCU2070 ........................................................................ 18
2.3.7.
Presets ....................................................................................................................................................... 19
2.3.8.
Manual control of multiple OccuSwitch DALI ............................................................................................ 19
3.
APPLICATION DESIGN .......................................................................................................................................... 20
3.1.1.
Luminaire output ....................................................................................................................................... 20
3.1.2.
Use area ..................................................................................................................................................... 20
3.2.
SELECTING THE OCCUSWITCH DALI TYPE ..................................................................................................................... 23
3.2.1.
OccuSwitch DALI or extension sensor ........................................................................................................ 23
3.2.2.
Type of OccuSwitch DALI ........................................................................................................................... 24
3.3.
SELECTING THE OCCUSWITCH DALI MODE ................................................................................................................... 24
3.3.1.
Parallel operation and open plan mode (mode 9) LRM2080 only ............................................................. 26
4.
COMMISSIONING ................................................................................................................................................ 29
4.1.
CONFIGURE CONTROLS AND SWITCHES ........................................................................................................................ 30
4.1.1.
IRT8010 ...................................................................................................................................................... 30
4.1.2.
IRT8050 ...................................................................................................................................................... 31
4.2.
CONFIGURE THE OCCUSWITCH DALI .......................................................................................................................... 32
4.2.1.
Checks ........................................................................................................................................................ 32
4.2.2.
Motion detect timer................................................................................................................................... 32
4.2.3.
Assigning luminaires to OccuSwitch luminaire groups .............................................................................. 32
4.2.4.
Calibration of the required light level ........................................................................................................ 33
4.2.5.
100 hour burn-in mode .............................................................................................................................. 35
4.2.6.
Request application mode ......................................................................................................................... 35
4.2.7.
Mass programming ................................................................................................................................... 36
4.2.8.
Set application mode ................................................................................................................................. 36
4.2.9.
Background level ....................................................................................................................................... 36
4.2.10.
Power-up state .......................................................................................................................................... 37
4.2.11.
Infrared group address .............................................................................................................................. 37
4.3.
RESET TO FACTORY DEFAULTS .................................................................................................................................... 38
4.4.
PERFORM WITNESSING TEST ...................................................................................................................................... 39
5.
OCCUSWITCH DALI BMS ...................................................................................................................................... 40
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Table of contents
5.1.
INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................................................................... 40
5.2.
USING A UNIVERSAL DALI CONTROLLER ....................................................................................................................... 40
5.2.1.
Pitfalls and exceptions ............................................................................................................................... 40
5.2.2.
Shared Occupancy Control ......................................................................................................................... 40
5.3.
USING A UNIVERSAL DALI GATEWAY ........................................................................................................................... 41
5.3.1.
Pitfalls and exceptions ............................................................................................................................... 41
5.3.2.
Shared Occupancy Control ......................................................................................................................... 41
5.4.
USING THE LOYTEC DALI GATEWAY ............................................................................................................................ 42
5.4.1.
Energy measurement................................................................................................................................. 42
5.4.2.
Occupancy signal ....................................................................................................................................... 42
5.4.3.
How to use the combination of OccuSwitch DALI and gateways? ............................................................ 43
5.4.4.
Cascading DALI network ............................................................................................................................ 43
5.4.5.
OccuSwitch DALI ........................................................................................................................................ 44
5.4.6.
The gateway .............................................................................................................................................. 44
5.5.
HOW DOES THE OSD REACT TO DALI COMMANDS? ...................................................................................................... 45
5.6.
DALI GROUPING AND OCCUPANCY CONTROL ................................................................................................................ 46
5.7.
CORRIDORS ............................................................................................................................................................ 47
5.8.
GROUPING WITHOUT GATEWAY ................................................................................................................................. 47
5.9.
ENERGY MEASUREMENT ........................................................................................................................................... 47
5.10. HOW TO COMMISSION A OSD WITH A NETWORK .......................................................................................................... 47
5.11. COMMANDLIST ........................................................................................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.
ZIE BIJLAGE ! ........................................................................................................................... ERROR! BOOKMARK NOT DEFINED.
6.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................................ 48
6.1.
6.2.
LED FEEDBACK ....................................................................................................................................................... 48
SETTINGS OVERVIEW ................................................................................................................................................ 49
7.
FAQ ..................................................................................................................................................................... 51
8.
DALI COMMANDS ............................................................................................................................................... 52
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Introduction to the OccuSwitch DALI
1.
Introduction to the OccuSwitch DALI
OccuSwitch DALI is a lighting dimming system for offices, schools, meeting rooms, storage rooms, restrooms
and other indoor locations. The OccuSwitch DALI dimming system is a combination of daylight depending
regulation, occupancy control and manual control. The system automatically turns the lighting in a room on
and off based on occupancy. When enough daylight (natural light) enters the room, the system dims the
luminaires (artificial lights).
OccuSwitch DALI is a combined sensor and controller. It has three main functional parts: a light sensor for
daylight depending regulation, a movement detector for occupancy control and an infrared receiver for
remote control.
The OccuSwitch DALI has options for local override, parallel operation and network links to Building
Management Systems (BMS).
The specific Dynamic Lighting or SchoolVision functions (LRM209x) are not discussed in this manual.
Table 1: Main technical features
Feature
Description
Number of drivers per OccuSwitch DALI
Maximum of 15 drivers per OccuSwitch DALI. Maximum 2
extension but then with 13 drivers
Parallel linking
Maximum of 22 OccuSwitch DALI (Advanced) linked in
parallel.
Detection area
Office area of 20-25 m², or
a classroom of around 48 m².
Detection area optionally extended with an extension
sensor.
Mounting
Optimized for recessed ceiling mounting and for
mounting heights between 2.5 and 4 meter.
Application modes
10 available modes to suit different locations.
Building Management Systems (BMS)
Up to 64 OccuSwitch DALI LRM2090 devices can be linked
to standard DALI interfaces.
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Operating principle
2.
Operating principle
2.1.
OccuSwitch DALI versions
The following products are available for the OccuSwitch DALI lighting dimming system:
Table 2: OccuSwitch DALI products
OccuSwitch DALI product
LRM2070 OccuSwitch DALI
Basic
LRM2072 OSD basic NB
LRM2080 OccuSwitch DALI
Advanced
LRM2082 OSD advanced NB
LRM2090 OccuSwitch DALI
BMS
LRM2092 OSD BMS NB
LRM2095 OSD DL
LRM2071, LRM2081 and
LRM2091
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Description
Stand alone system with 2 DALI output
connectors for window and corridor
installation.
Exactly like LRM2070 but without Philips logo
on the front plate
Stand alone system with 2 DALI output
connectors. One connector is programmable for
the luminaires. The other connector forms a
parallel link to up to 22 different OccuSwitch
DALI systems.
Exactly like LRM2080 but without Philips logo
on the front plate
Stand alone system with 1 DALI input and DALI
output connector. One connector is
programmable for the luminaires. The other
connector contains a standard DALI interface
for connecting to a BMS system, not specifically
covered in this manual.
Exactly like LRM2090 but without Philips logo
on the front plate, not specifically covered in
this manual.
Dynamic Lighting version, not specifically
covered in this manual.
Enocean® versions, discontinued in 2011. For
more information please contact you Philips
representative.
Operating principle
The following accessories are available for the OccuSwitch DALI lighting dimming system:
Table 3: OccuSwitch DALI accessories
OccuSwitch DALI accessory
LRM8118 extension movement sensor
LCC2070 standard Wieland cable
Description
The LRM8118 can extend the
movement detection area of
OccuSwitch DALI: it has the same
detection area size as the OccuSwitch
DALI. The sensor is connected to the
same DALI channel as the luminaires,
and does not require mains power.
Cable for OccuSwitch DALI Basic
systems LRM2070.
LCC2080 standard Wieland cable
Cable for OccuSwitch DALI Advanced
systems LRM2080 and OccuSwitch DALI
BMS systems LRM2090.
LRH2070 surface mounted box
Box for mounting the OccuSwitch DALI
system (all types) onto the ceiling.
The box is equipped with mounting
holes for standard BESA boxes and
socket plates.
IRT8097 (OmniProg Easy) simple
commissioning tool
Tool capable of limited commissioning.
Batteries included.
IRT8099 (OmniProg) advanced mode
selection / commissioning tool
Tool capable of full commissioning.
Batteries included.
IRT8010 two-key remote control
Infrared single-channel switch for the
OccuSwitch DALI system.
A wall holder is separately available.
Batteries included.
Holder for remote control IRT8010.
LRH8010 wall holder
IRT8050 two-key remote control
LCU2070 OSD PBU
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Wall-mounted or tabletop infrared
control of the OccuSwitch DALI system.
Can be configured for luminaire group
control.
Batteries included.
Push button interface for OSD
Operating principle
LCU2071 OSD PBU
Push button interface for OSD
(LRM2095 only)
UID8510
IR remote control (1 or 2 channels).
Batteries are included
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Operating principle
2.1.1.
OccuSwitch DALI Basic
Figure 1: Two cell offices with OccuSwitch DALI Basic installations
The OccuSwitch DALI Basic is a module with 2 DALI output connectors, for window and corridor installation.
The OccuSwitch DALI Basic is ideal for separate cell offices. Depending on commissioning and the number of
output connectors in use, the OccuSwitch DALI Basic functions as follows:
Table 4: Connectors in OccuSwitch DALI Basic
Number of connectors in use
Not commissioned system
Commissioned system
1 DALI output connector (DA)
used
Other connector (X) left open
The system regulates all
connected luminaires identically.
This can cause insufficient further
away from the window.
2 DALI output connectors used
(DA and X)
The system regulates window
(DA) and corridor (X) luminaires
as separate rows. The corridor
row has a set offset from the
window row.
Up to four output groups
(window row, corridor row, plus
two additional groups) can be set.
This allows setting correct light
levels for all luminaire groups.
The groups do function
independently of their physical
connection location.
For commissioning, see Chapter 4.
Example
Figure 1 shows an example layout of two simple cell offices: The left example uses the two outputs (DA and
X) for the window and corridor row. The right example show the use of only one output (in principle the DA
output, but it also works on the X output). Here commissioning (allocating luminaires to a specific function) is
generally required when daylight depending regulation is used.
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Operating principle
2.1.2.
OccuSwitch DALI Advanced
Figure 2: Two grids in one offices linked with an OccuSwitch DALI Advanced installation
The OccuSwitch DALI Advanced is a module that allows covering larger areas such as open plan offices. Up to
22 OccuSwitch DALI Advanced modules can be connected in parallel to create lighting zones in an open
office. These lighting zones can be used, for example, so that the local lights in one area are switched on at
occupancy and the lights of the surrounding areas are automatically set to the background lighting level.
Table 5: Connectors in OccuSwitch DALI Advanced
Output connectors
Not commissioned system
Commissioned system
DALI Output connector “DA”
The system regulates all
connected luminaires identically.
This can cause insufficient further
away from the window.
Up to four output groups
(window row, corridor row, plus
two additional groups) can be set.
This allows to set correct light
levels for all luminaire groups.
For commissioning, see Chapter 4.
Parallel link connector “X”
By default the OccuSwitch DALI
Advanced is set to local
occupancy (Mode 1). Once one
OccuSwitch DALI detects
occupancy, all OccuSwitch DALI
devices on the same parallel link
will turn their lights on.
It is possible to set other
OccuSwitch DALI devices using
the same parallel link to go to
background level when one
OccuSwitch DALI is occupied
(Mode 9).
Example
Figure 2 shows an example with a larger room existing of two office grids with each their own OccuSwitch
DALI. The two devices are connected via parallel link, so they can share their occupancy status with each
other. This means that when someone enters the office the lights on that side will switch on. A message is
send to the neighboring unit. Depending on configuration, the lights in this area will switch on to the normal
level, or to the background level.
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2.1.3.
OccuSwitch DALI BMS
Figure 3: Two cell offices linked to a BMS system
The OccuSwitch DALI BMS is a module that allows connecting a maximum of 64 OccuSwitch DALI devices to a
DALI interface, for example of a BMS system. Each OccuSwitch DALI can be assigned to a maximum of 16
groups.
The BMS system can override the local OccuSwitch DALI control. This allows, for example, to switch all lights
on when specific alarms occur or to keep all lights off during the night. The BMS system can also retrieve
status information from each OccuSwitch DALI device.
Table 6: Connectors in OccuSwitch DALI BMS
Connectors
Not commissioned system
Commissioned system
DALI output connector (DA)
The system regulates all
connected luminaires identically.
This can cause insufficient further
away from the window.
Up to four output groups can be
set. This allows setting correct
light levels for the luminaire
groups.
For commissioning, see Chapter 4.
DALI input connector (X)
Complete standard DALI interface for connecting to any DALI system.
For commissioning, see Chapter 4.
Example
Figure 3 shows an example layout of two cell offices. Each office part has its own OccuSwitch DALI BMS and
two rows of luminaires (a window row and a corridor row). The OccuSwitch DALI devices are connected to a
BMS system. Both OccuSwitch DALI BMS systems control the connected lights automatically. The BMS
system is used to monitor the system and to override the local settings in special situations.
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Operating principle
2.1.4.
Extension movement sensor
Figure 4: OccuSwitch DALI with an extension movement sensor
The extension sensor (LRM8118) allows extension of the detection area of any OccuSwitch DALI. The sensor
is connected to the same DALI line as the luminaires. When the extension movement sensor detects
occupancy it sends a trigger to the OccuSwitch DALI. The OccuSwitch DALI reacts on this trigger as if it
detected the movement with its built-in movement detection sensor. This means that the luminaires are
controlled on movement detection in both the main and the extension area.
The extension movement sensor is ideal for areas, such as classrooms, that are slightly larger or differently
shaped than the standard movement detection area of the OccuSwitch DALI. Up to two extension sensors
may be connected to one OccuSwitch DALI.
NOTE
The extension movement sensor only extends the movement detection range of the OccuSwitch DALI. In
some cases it is better to use two OccuSwitch DALI, instead of an extension sensor. For criteria on this, see
Section 3.2.1.
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2.2.
Luminaire control
2.2.1.
Group assignements
The OccuSwitch DALI can address four different groups of luminaires, by using four DALI groups. The
following table shows the groups in which the luminaires can be used.
Table 7: Infrared channels available
DALI slave group
Default function
Description of default function
DALI group 1
Window luminaires
Auto on/auto off, automatic light level regulation for
window side.
DALI group 2
Corridor luminaires
Auto on/auto off, automatic light level regulation for
corridor side.
DALI group 3
Additional presence
luminaires
Auto on/auto off, no automatic light level regulation.
DALI group 4
Additional absence
luminaires
Manual on/auto off, no automatic light level regulation.
The following figure shows an application where all groups are in use:
For assigning luminaires to these DALI groups, see Section 4.2.3.
The window and corridor side speak for itself, but the additional groups are not so obvious.
Additional presence (group 3) is mainly used for luminaires in the area that do not have a window or corridor
function nor daylight regulation and might be changed separately from the main lights. Typical examples are
wall washers, task lighting, etc.
Additional absence (group 4) is used for additional luminaires with a specific function. The most common
function is board lighting (for schools and meeting rooms).
The OSD will accept luminaires with drivers that have already a DALI group address programmed. Please be
aware that you need to program all driver during the DALI commissioning, it is not possible to assign a single
luminaire and leave the rest as it is.
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Operating principle
Automatic control
This section shows how the automatic control of the OccuSwitch DALI is based on occupancy and daylight
regulation.
2.2.2.
Occupancy
The OccuSwitch DALI can automatically switch lights ON when the area is occupied and switched them OFF
when the area is vacated. After the area is left unoccupied for a set time period, the lights will either switch
OFF automatically or first dim to a background level for a set time period.
On some occasions when there is very little movement, the standard delay time of OccuSwitch DALI might be
too short. If movement is detected during the turn-off fade (this takes 10 seconds) the lights will return to
their “ON” value and the delay time is automatically increased by 10 minutes (Smart Timer).
Movement sensor
The movement sensor is a PIR (Passive Infra Red) sensor that detects occupancy in an area. When installed in
a typical office ceiling at 3-metre height (between 2.5 and 4 meter), it is sensitive for small movements within
a range of 4 by 5 meters and to large movements within a range of 8 by 6 meters.
The PIR sensor reacts on movement by means of a temperature difference such as the human body
temperature versus its surrounding temperature. A car that just starts its engine is not seen by the PIR, nor
does it see people sitting within the car or a forklift truck. Therefore it is recommended not to use the
OccuSwitch DALI system in outdoor, parking or industrial applications.
The movement detection range can be extended with an extension movement sensor, which has the same
viewing specifications as the standard sensor.
NOTE
It is possible to limit the detection area of the movement sensor with a retractable shield.
2.2.3.
Daylight regulation
The OccuSwitch DALI has an automatic daylight regulation with a dynamic offset for the window and corridor
rows. Daylight regulation helps to keep a constant light level at all situations.
Daylight sensor
The daylight sensor reads the actual average luminance. The intensity of the luminance depends on the
amount of artificial and / or natural light in the room as well as on how well this light is reflected towards the
ceiling. The light reflection depends highly on the colors and materials chosen to furnish the office.
For more information on this sensor, see section “Light sensing” on page 22.
For calibrating the daylight sensor, see Section 4.2.4.
Dynamic offset control for window / corridor
Since the window area receives more daylight than the corridor area, window and corridor luminaires are
controlled separately. Depending on the amount of daylight entering the room, the output of both window
and corridor luminaire rows are dimmed to a minimum level with a difference of 30% between the window
and corridor side.
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Operating principle
When both window and corridor rows have been dimmed to the minimum level for more than 15 minutes,
the window row will be turned off to ensure maximum energy saving. The corridor side, however, will by
default only dim to the minimum level, hence indicating to the user that the lighting is operational.
NOTE: This default can be overridden, in order to turn the corridor row off as well. For this special case,
please contact your local Philips representative for details.
In the daylight override function, the lights will switch on when someone enters the room even when there is
sufficient natural daylight available.
Figure 5 shows the dynamic behavior (offset) of the window and corridor row luminaires.
Figure 5: Dynamic offset between window and corridor
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2.3.
Local manual control
The OccuSwitch DALI can be manually controlled using IR remotes and (with the LCU2070 PBU) normal
pushbutton switches. Manual control is required for switching on the system in semi-automatic (manual on /
automatic off) applications and for manually overriding the OccuSwitch DALI automatic control functions.
CAUTION
Take into consideration that manual control will always stop the daylight regulation.
The OccuSwitch DALI will start regulating again according when:
Occupancy after the area was unoccupied (the lights switch off).
Give a general switch on command (shortly press channel 1 on the remote or switch)
Select Preset 1 on the OccuSwitch DALI (see section 2.3.7 Presets)
2.3.1.
Manual control channels
The manual control can be done on 5 different channels, as shown in the following table:
Table 8: Manual control channels available
IR Control channel
Description
Channel 1 (Default)
Window, corridor and additional presence luminaires.
When manually setting the light level, the corridor and
additional presence luminaires will follow the window
channel with an offset. Daylight override may cause
window luminaires to stay off.
Channel 2
Window luminaires
Channel 3
Corridor luminaires
Channel 4
Extra auto on
Channel 5
Additional absence luminaires
By default the remote controls are set to only channel 1, simultaneously controlling window, corridor and
additional presence luminaires. Only the IRT8050 can be configured to use other channels. For setting the
infrared channels, see the datasheet of the remote.
2.3.2.
Channels and groups
It is important to know that the IR channels in our remote controls are used in a different way than originally
designed for other systems. There is therefore no direct relation between the output (channels) and IR
channels. Here you can find a full overview including the DALI group the OSD is using internally (you do not
need to program this yourselves the system does it al by itself).
Output row
Window luminaires
Corridor luminaires
Extra auto on
Additional absence luminaires
Window+corridor+extra
OmniProg IR channel DALI group
1
2
1
2
3
2
3
4
3
4
5
4
na
1
na
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2.3.3.
Manual control with the IRT8050
The IRT8050 can be used in many configurations. The table below shows the most common configurations.
The default settings of the IRT8050 are listed on the first line. For more information please check the
datasheet of this device.
Table 9: Manual control functions with the IRT8050
Normal application function Switch
Dim
General on/off dim
Window side
Corridor side
Additional lighting
Board lighting
General on/off
General lighting + window control
Window/corridor control
General on/off/dim + board lighting
OSD Channel 8050 DIP
1 2 3 4 45678
IRT 8050 function
Ch 1 Off / Down
Ch 2 Off / Down
Ch 3 Off / Down
Ch 4 Off / Down
Ch 5 Off / Down
All Off
Ch 1 On & Ch 1 Off
Ch 2 On & Ch 2 Off
Ch 5 On & Ch 5 Off
Ch 1 On / Up
Ch 2 On / Up
Ch 3 On / Up
Ch 4 On / Up
Ch 5 On / Up
Preset 1
Ch 2 On & Ch 2 Off
Ch 3 On & Ch 3 Off
Ch 1 On & Ch 1 Off
The combined function off/dim down and on/dim up can be operated with a short press (switch on or off) or
by a long press, enabling the dimming function.
2.3.4.
Manual control with the IRT8010
The IRT8010 is a single channel remote control.
Please note that the IRT8010 cannot address the second additional channel (DALI group 4).
The IRT8010 is a two-key remote control, suitable for switching on / off and dimming up / down single
lighting control circuits (one channel control). It enables manual override of the OccuSwitch DALI automatic
control system. The control can only handle IR channel 1, so in combination with the OSD general on/off and
dim commands can be send. Suitable for schools / classrooms and meeting rooms. When place in the LRH810
holder it can also function as ‘wall switch’.
Note you cannot change the function of this device, only the IR group it belongs to.
The infrared group address can be set with a rotary switch within the unit itself.
Use (section 2.3.1)
Manual control channel 1
(window, corridor and additional
presence)
2.3.5.
Button marked 0
Short press: lights off
Long press: lights dim down
Button marked 1
Short press: lights on
Long press: lights dim up
Infrared manual control groups
The OccuSwitch DALI contains an infrared receiver that enables the manual (remote) control of the system.
For the maximum distances of the controls to the receiver, see the datasheet of the controls.
Infrared group addressing makes it possible to control individual light groups in open plan offices without
affecting the light level of neighbors. The OccuSwitch DALI can be set to one of seven available groups (group
A, B, C, D, E, F or G).
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Figure 6: Infrared groups
The default infrared group for the OccuSwitch DALI and the remote controls is group A. The OccuSwitch DALI
and the remote control must always operate in the same group.
Setting the infrared group of the OccuSwitch DALI is done with the OmniProg, see Section 4.2.11.
2.3.6.
Manual control with standard switches and the LCU2070
The LCU2070 push button interface makes it possible to connect any type of push button to the OSD system.
The connection is simple, connect the interface (with the black wires) to the DALI line, and connect 1 till 4
switches to the unit. Each switch has a specific function. This function is fixed.
Note; extra auto-on = additional presence luminaires &
extra manual-on = additional absence luminaires
The switches work with a Touch & Dim function that
also can be found in many drivers. The function is show
on the right hand side.
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2.3.7.
Presets
Presets are used to recall pre-programmed light scenes. Selecting presets is only possible with the IRT8050
(or via a DALI scene command on the DALI BMS system). There are 4 presets available, as shown in the
following table:
Preset 1
Preset 2
Preset 3
Preset 4
Window row
Automatic
100%
50%
10%
Corridor row
Automatic
100%
50%
10%
Extra Auto-on row
100%
100%
50%
10%
Extra Manual-on row
Unchanged
100%
50%
10%
Preset 1 is fully automated mode of the OccuSwitch DALI. When selecting this mode, the automatic daylight
regulation starts working, based on the calibrated maximum light level.
Preset 2 to 4 use the predefined light level as shown in the table. When the OccuSwitch DALI is set to one of
these presets, all luminaires react in the same way. For example, setting the OccuSwitch DALI to preset 3
causes all luminaires go to 50% of the maximum light level.
NOTE: In the OccuSwitch DALI Basic and OccuSwitch DALI Advanced systems the presets values cannot be
changed. In the OccuSwitch DALI BMS the DALI master can set one light level value for each of the presets
2-4. This light level is then used in this preset for all luminaires.
2.3.8.
Manual control of multiple OccuSwitch DALI
Sometimes it is required that two OSD units are manually controlled by one user interface.
Using IR remote controls
In general the IR remote controls will have a reach of 5..7 meter. So you can control a neighboring OSD as
well, provided they use the same IR group.
Using Enocean® switches
You can bind switches to several OSD units, without any problems, to control neighboring OSD as wel.
Using standard switches and the Push Button Interface
You can connect a single switch to multiple push buttons units.
You need a LCU2070 PBU per OSD unit you want to control.
The schematic on the right shows the general idea.
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3.
Application design
To design the OccuSwitch DALI in any application, the designer must:
1. Select the number of control areas to use and define the position of the sensors
2. Choose the OccuSwitch DALI type(s) to use: stand-alone, linked or controlled from a central building
management system..
3. Choose or design the mode that each OccuSwitch DALI needs to work in.
Each of these steps is explained in more detail in the subsections of this chapter Selecting the number and
position of detection fields
The number of OccuSwitch DALI to be used in an application on one hand depends on the area that needs to
be covered by the sensors and on the other hand on the number of output luminaires to control.
3.1.1.
Luminaire output
The DALI output of the OccuSwitch DALI can be loaded with a maximum of 15 DALI drivers or extension
sensors.
As each luminaire is usually controlled by one driver, the maximum area to be controlled by one OccuSwitch
DALI is restricted to 15 drivers. This number is reduced when using one or more extension sensors: each
extension sensor counts for one DALI driver. The maximum number of extension sensors per OccuSwitch
DALI is 2: in this case the 13 luminaire drivers can be controlled.
If the lighting requirements for an area require more than 15 luminaires, the area should be split in to sub
areas. Each of these sub areas can then be controlled by a separate OccuSwitch DALI.
3.1.2.
Use area
The OSD is detecting movement for occupancy and measuring light levels for daylight depending control
The detection area of the OccuSwitch DALI is defined by the detection limits of its movement detection
sensor and its light sensor. To ensure a reliable working, the number of OccuSwitch DALI in the application
must be defined with these detection fields in mind.
The detection area of the OccuSwitch DALI and the extension sensor depends on the height of the ceiling
where it is installed. In this manual, an installation height between 2.5 and 3.5 meter is assumed.
NOTE: if you want to use the OccuSwitch DALI in an application with a ceiling height of less than 2.5
meters, the detection area is significantly smaller. Please contact your local Philips representative for the
exact dimensions.
NOTE: use of the OccuSwitch DALI in an application with a ceiling height of more than 4 meters may cause
in unreliable movement detection, and is therefore advised against.
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Movement detection
At a ceiling height of 3 meter, the maximum movement detection area of both the OccuSwitch DALI and the
extension sensor is 6 by 8 meter. All over this zone, the OccuSwitch DALI or extension sensor can detect
relatively large movements. In the center of this zone (an area of 4 by 5 meter), it is more sensitive and can
detect even small movements of a couple of centimeters.
When a part of the sensor’s viewing area should not be used for movement detection, the area of movement
detection can be partially reduced by the retractable view shield (see Figure 8).
Figure 7: Movement detection range
Figure 8: Shielding the movement detection range
For applications where little movement is made, like an office application, the number of movement
detection sensors must be calculated by dividing the total area of the room in parts of 4 by 5 meter. In the
center of each of these parts, one OccuSwitch DALI or extension sensor must be placed. For choosing
whether to use multiple OccuSwitch DALI or to use one OccuSwitch DALI with extension sensors, see Section
3.2 “Selecting the OccuSwitch DALI type” on page 23.
For applications where larger movements are made, like a corridor or a central hall, the outer detection area
can also be used, so the total area can be divided in parts of 6 by 8 meters.
NOTE: To ensure reliable movement detection, all of the applicable space must be covered by the
detection area of either an OccuSwitch DALI or an extension sensor. Therefore, for calculating the rough
number of OccuSwitch DALI or extension sensors, the resulting number of dividing the total area by the
sensor detection area must be rounded up towards the next whole number.
Tip: When placing the designed position of the OccuSwitch DALI or extension sensor in an installation
drawing, note the direction of the detection area. The OccuSwitch DALI or extension sensor must be placed
according to this direction. To do this alignment, the “Philips” word mark and the sensor line-up can be used.
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Light sensing
At a ceiling height of 3 meter, the light sensing area of the OccuSwitch DALI is a square area of 4.5 x 4.5
meter.
The OccuSwitch DALI should be installed in such a way that the daylight sensor is positioned not too close to
the window. If the sensor is mounted too close to the window, sunlight reflections from the windowsill or
objects outside (for example snow or a car) can enter directly into the sensor, making the OccuSwitch DALI
regulate on an incorrect light level.
Tip: The light sensing area of the OccuSwitch DALI is usually correct when the movement detection area does
not extend outside any window.
Figure 9: Light detection range and position
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3.2.
Selecting the OccuSwitch DALI type
When the detection areas are known, you should define which sensor to use for each area: an OccuSwitch
DALI Basic, OccuSwitch DALI Advanced, OccuSwitch DALI BMS, or an extension sensor. This decision should
be based on the grouping of the detection areas, and the amount of communication needed between these
groups. For all OccuSwitch DALI sensors also choose if you want to use this OccuSwitch DALI with EnOcean
switches.
3.2.1.
OccuSwitch DALI or extension sensor
First step is to select for each detection area between using an OccuSwitch DALI or an extension sensor. To
this purpose you must define application areas, where all the luminaires must be dimmed as a group. An
application area may contain one or more detection areas, but can be controlled by one single OccuSwitch
DALI. If the application area contains more than one detection field, the extra fields will be monitored by
extension sensors connected to the same OccuSwitch DALI. Take care however that the total number of
luminaires and extension sensors per OccuSwitch DALI does not exceed the maximum allowed load.
In the simplest case, a room is so small that it is totally covered by one detection
area. In this case there is only one application area, which consists of only one
detection area. This application area needs one OccuSwitch DALI without any
extension sensors.
In a larger room, multiple detection or control areas are needed. These detection areas must be grouped into
application areas:
If the light levels all over the room must be controlled as a whole, the
detection areas in the room are grouped as only one application area,
which can be controlled by one OccuSwitch DALI. The additional
detection area is covered by using an extension sensor.
If the luminaires in the different detection areas may be dimmed
separately, each detection area can be defined as a application area.
For each application area, one OccuSwitch DALI is used.
If communication between OccuSwitch DALI is used (see next section), it is still possible and fairly easy to
make separate application areas work as one regarding movement detection. Splitting an application area is
much harder, as it needs replacement of an extension sensor by an OccuSwitch DALI, and a split in the DALI
connection. It is therefore recommended to carefully choose between an extension sensor and an
OccuSwitch DALI.
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3.2.2.
Type of OccuSwitch DALI
After defining for each area whether an OccuSwitch DALI or an extension sensor is used, you can select for
each OccuSwitch DALI which model to use, depending on the need for communication with any neighboring
application areas and/or a building automation system:
If the OccuSwitch DALI Basic is used, no communication will take place
with neighboring application areas or a building automation system. It
will operate stand-alone, dimming and switching the light according to
its own measurements and that of any connected extension sensors.
If the OccuSwitch DALI Advanced is used, OccuSwitch DALI can be
connected to each other via a “Parallel link”. Each OccuSwitch DALI
regulates the light level according to its own measurements, but in
addition it will use the parallel link connection to report and react on
movement detection. If one of the connected OccuSwitch DALI detects
movement, it reports this on the parallel link. Each of the other
OccuSwitch DALI on the link are set to either:
switch the local luminaires as if movement was detected locally,
or
switch the local luminaires on, at a pre-programmed background
lighting level.
If the OccuSwitch DALI BMS is used, the OccuSwitch DALI will
communicate with a DALI-capable building management system
NOTE: In a DALI network it is not possible for OccuSwitch DALI devices
to exchange data directly with each other. All communication is going
via the DALI master.
3.3.
Selecting the OccuSwitch DALI mode
Once lay-out of the OSD is designed (as explained in Section 3.2), it has to be specified how the OccuSwitch
DALI must react on its movement detection, light sensor, and optional parallel link. The OccuSwitch DALI has
10 application modes (9 predefined and one customizable) that define how the connected luminaires are
controlled.
Table 10 shows the application modes and their parameters. For an explanation of the parameters in this
table, see below:
Auto switch-ON: the lights will automatically switch on when someone enters the area.
Auto switch-OFF: the lights will automatically switch off when the area is vacated (and no parallel
link activity has taken place) for the duration given with the potentiometer.
Smart timer: when the lights automatically switch off, and a movement is detected during this fade
down, the OccuSwitch DALI temporarily extends the movement detection period (as given with the
potentiometer). The smart timer value shown in the table defines with how many minutes the
movement detection period will be extended.
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Background period: the OccuSwitch DALI will keep its luminaires on background level for this many
minutes, before switching the luminaires off. See also Figure 10 below.
Activity on parallel link acts as: defines what action the OccuSwitch DALI will take an event occurs on
its parallel link while its luminaires are off. Two options exist: local occupancy means that the
OccuSwitch DALI will act as if local occupancy is detected; background lighting means that the
OccuSwitch DALI will switch all its luminaires on at the background level.
Daylight dependent regulation: luminaires will be dimmed depending on the measured light level.
Daylight switching on window/corridor side: when sufficient daylight is available the luminaires (of
the given side) will be switched off.
Daylight override: when the OccuSwitch DALI detects movement and sufficient daylight is available,
the luminaires for which daylight switching is enabled will not switch on.
Figure 10: Movement detection phases
Selecting a mode for an OccuSwitch DALI can be done in two ways:
For an easy selection, look up the mode based on the application that the OccuSwitch DALI is used in.
To select the mode, find the application type in the table.
For example: when using an OccuSwitch DALI Advanced in an open plan office, with parallel link
connected, the OccuSwitch DALI can be placed in mode 9: “Open plan office with parallel link”.
For a more advanced selection, select the mode based on the parameters.
If the required set of parameters is not listed as one of the modes 1-9, you may select to use a
custom application mode, which is mode 10. For more information on using this custom mode,
please contact your supplier.
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3.3.1.
Parallel operation and open plan mode (mode 9) LRM2080 only
The LRM208x can be used in parallel mode. With this feature different (up to 22) units can be connected in
parallel as the figure below shows.
In all modes except mode 9 parallel operation means that occupancy is truly handled as parallel. In other
words if one sensor picks up occupancy, all devices will react as if their own sensor was triggered.
Parallel operation does not mean that the units act in the same way!
Only the occupancy trigger is shared. The units will switch off in different ways if timers are set in different
ways. For this the OSD has a digital potentiometer for the delay timer. If set around 15 minutes, the unit will
make the time exactly 15 minutes. So if several units are used in the same area, please set the timer at
almost the same position. When the complete area is now vacated all units will switch off (or dim to
background level) within 3 seconds.
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Mode 9 is a special mode for this parallel operation. The OSD will
now make a difference if it detects occupancy by itself or when it
gets a message from its neighbor. In the first case lights will switch
on to nominal level, in the second case lights will switch on and
dim to background level.
Let’s look at an example. The office on the right exists of 6 office
grids with an OSD in each grid.
At starts the area is vacated for some time and all lights are off.
If somebody enters the area all lights will switch on, but at the location where
the person is present lights will be on full, in all other area’s lights will switch on
background level.
If the person moves to another section, lights in that grid will dim up to
nominal level. In the vacated area lights will stay on at this level, until the timer
expires.
After the timer in the first grid expired lights in that section will dim to
background level.
If the person leaves the room al together lights in grids on his/her way out will
be again at nominal level. This will remain until the timers expire.
If no occupancy is detected in either of the OSD units and all timers have
expired, all lights will switch off.
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Table 10: Mode setting overview
10
*) Only on “window row” luminaires
Smart timer
(minutes)
Activity on parallel
link acts as
Background period
(minutes)
Daylight dependent
regulation
Daylight switching
on window side
Daylight switching
on corridor side
Daylight override
6
7
8
9
Auto switch-OFF
5
Cell office
Open plan office
Class room
Cell office without movement
detection
Open plan office without
movement detection
Corridor
Toilets
Meeting room
Open plan office with parallel
link
Custom
Daylight level related
Auto switch-ON
1
2
3
4
Application
Mode
Occupancy related
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
10
10
10
N.A.
Local occupancy
Local occupancy
Local occupancy
N.A.
0
120
0
0
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
N.A.
N.A.
0
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
10
0
10
10
Local occupancy
Local occupancy
Local occupancy
Background lighting
60
15 *)
0
0
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
4.
Commissioning
The physical installation of the OccuSwitch DALI system is described in quick starting guide (that
comes with the product) and the OccuSwitch DALI datasheet
Once installed, the OccuSwitch DALI system is ready to be used in its default mode. However, to
assign the connected luminaires to the correct groups and to set other settings according to the
design, the OccuSwitch DALI system needs to be commissioned. The sections in this chapter show
how this is done.
The commissioning of the OccuSwitch DALI is done using the following equipment:
o Service pushbutton on the OccuSwitch DALI
o Potentiometer on the OccuSwitch DALI
o IRT8097/00 (OmniProg Easy) or IRT8099/10 (OmniProg) infrared programmer
o DALI master system (BMS version only)
The table below shows what functions can be done with each commissioning tool. Each function
(except switching on/off) is described in the subsequent sections of this chapter.
Tool
Service button
Potentiometer
OmniProg Easy
(IRT8097/00)
OmniProg
(IRT8099/10)
Programming function
Set reference light level to current level
Set reference light level by auto-calibration
Bind EnOcean switch (EnOcean enabled OccuSwitch DALI only)
Set value of delay timer
Set reference light level to current level
Check parallel link (witnessing test)
Enable 100-hour burn-in mode
Assign luminaires to group 1 (Window) or group 2 (Corridor)
Switch luminaires on/off
Set reference light level to current level
Check parallel link (witnessing test)
Assign luminaires to any group
Set light level of background lighting
Request current application mode
Set application mode
Set power-up state
Set IR group address
Reset to factory settings
Switch luminaires on/off
Note no function for 100h burn in
Commissioning
4.1.
Configure controls and switches
This section describes how to set the infrared group and channel settings for Infrared remote
controls IRT8010 and IRT8050 and how to bind an EnOcean® switch to an OccuSwitch DALI.
4.1.1.
IRT8010
In order to avoid that all lighting circuits in one room are switched unintentionally, the transmitters
present in one room and their respective receivers can be given an individual infrared group
address.
The group address of the transmitter must match the group address of the OccuSwitch DALI. The
group address of the transmitter can be changed by using the rotary switch in the battery
compartment, see Figure 11.
Figure 11: IRT8010 settings
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4.1.2.
IRT8050
In order to avoid that all lighting circuits in one room are switched unintentionally, the transmitters
present in one room and their respective receivers can be given a different infrared group address.
The group address of the transmitter must match the group address of the OccuSwitch DALI. The
group address of the transmitter can be changed by dipswitches, see Figure 12.
Figure 12: IRT8050 settings
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4.2.
Configure the OccuSwitch DALI
4.2.1.
Checks
Make sure that the OccuSwitch DALI system has been installed correctly, by checking the LEDs and
luminaires function.
4.2.2.
Motion detect timer
The motion detect timer defines the time after which the lights will be turned to the background
light level, or be turned off.
1. Turn the potentiometer to the desired value.
As shown in the figure, the potentiometer
range is not linear, but divided in a number of
possible settings.
4.2.3.
Assigning luminaires to OccuSwitch luminaire groups
IRT8097/00
IRT8099/10 /20*
1
1
2
2
1. Press DALI address to start the allocation process.
The luminaires flash indicating that the OccuSwitch DALI has received the command.
One by one all luminaires dim.
When this process stops one luminaire starts to blink.
2. Select the group this luminaire should be in (Window/Corridor on IRT8097, 1...4 on IRT8099).
Directly after sending the group number another luminaire starts to blink.
3. Repeat step 2 for all other luminaires.
When all luminaires are assigned to a group, all luminaires blink once, and the OccuSwitch DALI
returns to normal operation.
NOTES
At all actions, stay close to the OccuSwitch DALI and point the remote control towards the
sensor.
The procedure above can be aborted at any moment by pressing DALI address again.
Aborting the assign process resets all luminaires and/or drivers to un-commissioned state.
See section 2.1 for the behavior of the OccuSwitch DALI in un-commissioned mode.
If the infrared group is not assigned correctly, you can either reset the system to uncommissioned mode and/or re-program the luminaires or reset the complete OccuSwitch
DALI to factory settings (see Section 4.3).
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4.2.4.
Calibration of the required light level
The OccuSwitch DALI will already function quite well in most applications since the factory settings
are designed for the common offices. However calibration is required to reach optimal cost savings,
and to be certain that the minimal required light levels are met.
The OccuSwitch DALI should be calibrated after:
The furniture is in placed in the room.
Major changes have been made to the room or furniture placement.
Before calibration
Make certain you have the right tools (OmniProg, luxmeter)
Make certain that the daylight contribution to the rooms light level is less than 70%.
You can easily check this. The level you measure with the lights switched off should be
below 70% of the required light level.
Closing the curtains or sun blindes can already take care of this
Make certain that the amount of daylight is not fluctuating during the measurement. A
partly clouded sky with fast moving clouds can hamper the right measurements.
While this section describes several methods to calibrate the system, it is recommended to use the
IRT8097/00 or IRT8099/10 for system calibration.
Manual calibration with the push button and current light level
The following tools are required for this method:
• Remote control unit (IR or EnOcean)
• Stepladder for operating the service button.
1. Change the light level to the correct light value, using any available manual control (Infrared
transmitter, EnOcean buttons).
2. Press the push button on the OccuSwitch DALI for at least 3 seconds.
The LED blinks in a cycle of “long yellow - short green” to indicate that calibration is about to
start.
3. For a more reliable calibration, get out of the sensor’s measuring area now.
After 10 seconds the OccuSwitch DALI takes the current light sensor value as new set point.
The LED stops its visual indication and the luminaires flash once indicating that calibration is
completed.
Caution: When the OccuSwitch DALI is calibrated manually with the push button and using an IR
control, the offset can be different from an automated mode.
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Automatic calibration with the push button and installed light level
The following tools are required for this method:
• Push button or infrared remote control unit
• Stepladder for operating the service button.
1. Press the push button on the OccuSwitch DALI for at least 3 seconds.
The LED blinks in a cycle of “long yellow – short green” to indicate that calibration is about to
start.
2. Within 10 seconds, press the push button again.
The LED blinks in a cycle of “long red – short green” to indicate that calibration is about to start.
3. For a more reliable calibration, get out of the sensor’s measuring area now.
After 10 seconds the OccuSwitch DALI switches the lights OFF.
After 2 seconds the OccuSwitch DALI takes a measurement of the Light sensor to measure the
light level when the lights are OFF.
The OccuSwitch DALI then switches the lights ON at 100%.
After 10 seconds the OccuSwitch DALI takes a measurement of the Light sensor to measure the
light level when the lights are fully ON.
The LED stops its visual indication and the luminaires flash once indicating that calibration is
completed.
Calibration with remote control
IRT8097/00
IRT8099/10
2
2
3
3
1. Place a light meter on a representative place.
2. Measure the light level and adjust it by pressing the Arrow keys.
3. If the light level is adjusted to the correct value, press Save button.
The luminaire blinks to indicate that the setting has been stored.
NOTE
At all actions, stay close to the OccuSwitch DALI and point the remote control towards the sensor.
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4.2.5.
100 hour burn-in mode
Most lamp manufacturers advise not to dim (to a low level) the fluorescent lamps for a period of
100 hours prior to normal use, in order to maintain light quality at (very) low dimming level.
The OccuSwitch DALI 100h burn-in mode adapts all dimming functions during this period, to make
sure that the lights are not dimmed. Only during witnessing (to test the installation) and
commissioning, dimming is allowed to make the necessary adjustments.
The 100 hour burn-in mode can only be set on the IRT8097.
1. Point the remote towards the OccuSwitch DALI and press 100h to
enable or to disable the parameter.
The luminaires will flash once to confirm the selection.
When the 100h burn-in mode is active, the LEDs on the OccuSwitch
DALI are continuously green when the lights are switched on. (The
LED may blink when motion is detected).
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4.2.6.
Request application mode
The OccuSwitch DALI controller has 10 pre-defined application Modes. The default application mode
is Mode 1 (Cell office). The IRT8099/10 can be used to request the actual application mode.
1. Point the remote towards the
OccuSwitch DALI and press Mode?.
The luminaires dim, and then start to
flash. The number of light flashes is
equal to the actual application mode, as
displayed in figure below.
1
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4.2.7.
Mass programming
The ease the commissioning process of a whole installation, the IRT8099 can be pre-programmed
with the application mode, the background level, the power-up state and infrared group address.
These four settings will remain stored in the IRT8099 remote, and are sent each time the green OK
button of the remote is pressed. For resetting these values, see section 4.3.
4.2.8.
Set application mode
The OccuSwitch DALI controller has 10 pre-defined application modes. The default application mode
is Mode 1 (Cell office). The IRT8099/10 can be used to set the application mode.
1
2
3
4.2.9.
1. Press Mode 1...10.
The LED on the transmitter starts to blink.
2. Select the user mode.
The LED will stop blinking, the mode is now
set within the remote.
3. Point the remote towards the OccuSwitch
DALI, and press the green OK button.
The remote sends all stored settings
(application mode, power-up state,
background lighting level and IR group).
The luminaires will flash once to confirm the
selection.
Background level
In some application modes, the light level of all outputs is set to a “background” level if there is no
movement detection for 15 minutes. This background level is by default set to 20% of the maximum
output level, but can be changed with the IRT8099.
1. Press Background.
The LED on the transmitter starts to blink.
2. Select the background level (10% - 70%, or
“min.”).
The LED will stop blinking, the background
level is now set.
3. Point the remote towards the OccuSwitch
DALI, and press the green OK button.
The remote sends all stored settings
(application mode, power-up state,
background lighting level and IR group).
The luminaires will flash once to confirm the
selection.
1
2
3
NOTE
The “background period” is defined by the application mode and cannot be changed.
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4.2.10.
Power-up state
The power-up state defines what action the OccuSwitch DALI takes after a power-up or a power
interrupt:
If the power-up state is set to OFF, the OccuSwitch DALI will keep the luminaires off during
the first 20 seconds after power-up (sensor stabilization time). After these 20 seconds,
OccuSwitch DALI will start normal operation:
o No movement detection: luminaires will stay off.
o Movement detection and insufficient daylight: luminaires will be switch on.
If the power-up state is set to ON, the OccuSwitch DALI will turn the luminaires on
immediately at power-up. If no movement is detected, the lights will turn off after 5
minutes.
The power-up state can be set to OFF or ON by means of the IRT8099/10.
1. Press Power up.
1
The LED on the transmitter starts to
blink.
2
2. Select the power-up state.
The LED will stop blinking, the power-up
3
state is now set.
3. Point the remote towards the
OccuSwitch DALI, and press the green
OK button.
The remote sends all stored settings
(application mode, power-up state,
background lighting level and IR group).
The luminaires will flash once to confirm
the selection.
4.2.11.
Infrared group address
The Infrared group address (group A, B, C, D, E, F or G) of each OccuSwitch DALI controller can be set
by means of the IRT8099/10. The infrared group address of the remote control unit must be set on
the remote control unit itself (rotary or dip switches). Changing an infrared group address is only
useful if infrared is used in open plan offices (personal light control).
1. Press IR group.
1
The LED on the transmitter starts to blink.
2. Select the IR group.
2
The LED will stop blinking, the IR group is
now set.
3
3. Point the remote towards the OccuSwitch
DALI, and press the green OK button.
The remote sends all stored settings
(application mode, power-up state,
background lighting level and IR group).
The luminaires will flash once to confirm
the selection.
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4.3.
Reset to factory defaults
The OccuSwitch DALI system can be set to default factory settings (out of the box settings) using the
IRT8099.
1. Press Basics.
The LED on the transmitter starts to
2
1
blink.
2. Point the remote towards the
OccuSwitch DALI and press the green OK
button.
The luminaires will flash once to confirm
the reset.
NOTE
If you pressed the Basics button by error, you can cancel the action by pressing it again. The LED on
the transmitter will then stop blinking.
NOTE
Reset to factory defaults resets the following parameters:
Application mode (default: 1)
100h burn-in mode (default: off)
Power up state (default: on)
Background level (default: 20%)
IR group (default: A)
DALI groups of all connected luminaires (OccuSwitch DALI will work in uncommisioned
mode)
All EnOcean bindings
TIP
The Basics button also clears the settings in the IRT8099 (mode, power-up state, background lighting
level and IR group), if stored. To clear the settings only from the remote, cover the remote’s IR LED
while pressing the green OK button.
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4.4.
Perform witnessing test
To check that the OccuSwitch DALI system is correctly installed and commissioned, the OccuSwitch
DALI system can be set into witnessing mode. In this witnessing mode, all actions of the OccuSwitch
DALI run at a high speed (10 times faster than normal), movement detection period is set to 30
seconds (independent of potentiometer settings), and daylight dependent switching and daylight
override are disabled.
The witnessing mode can be enabled and disabled using either the IRT8097 or the IRT8099 tool.
Enter witnessing mode
IRT8097/00
IRT8099/10
1
1
1. Point the remote towards the OccuSwitch DALI and press Test to enter the witnessing
mode.
The LEDs on the OccuSwitch DALI will start running a color sequence.
Leave witnessing mode
IRT8097/00
IRT8099/10
1
1
1. Point the remote towards the OccuSwitch DALI and press Test to leave the witnessing
mode.
The luminaires will flash twice to confirm the end of witnessing mode.
The OccuSwitch DALI returns to normal operation.
NOTE
After one hour of being in the witnessing mode, the OccuSwitch DALI will automatically return to
normal operation. In this case it also flashes the luminaires twice.
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5.
OccuSwitch DALI BMS
5.1.
Introduction
The OccuSwitch Dali BMS (short OSD BMS) can be connected to a building management system
(short BMS) in three ways:
Via an universal DALI controller, available for almost any BMS system
Via an universal DALI gateway, available for most BMS systems
Via a specific gateway (Loytec Lon and BACnet, Philips KNX and Dynet (release Q2 2013))
5.2.
Using a universal DALI controller
This method works with ALL DALI controllers, designed to be used with DALI drivers (aka drivers).
The OSD is connected via the X-port to the controller. The DALI network formed by the OSD and the
luminaires functions separately from this connection.
The OSD will be seen as a driver (most controllers will detect the device is not a standard driver and
report so, but it will work as a driver).
This means that all standard DALI commands (known as part 102 of the DALI standard) will work
with the OSD. If you select a certain output level (regardless of the method you select to do so) all
luminaires connected to the OSD will react. The OSD will operate as one, since the OSD only uses 1
DALI address. So all OSD channels (window corridor side for instance) will react in the same way.
Furthermore the automated daylight control is disabled. The occupancy control is NOT. If a
command is given the occupancy timer is triggered. If the area is vacated lights will be switched off
after the timer expirers. If you want the lights to stay on (or off) you must repeat the DALI command
used with a shorter interval than the time set in the timer.
All status reports will reflect the actual status of the luminaires “behind” the OSD. However the OSD
can only report a single status, so if one lamp (connected to the OSD) fails, the OSD will report this,
and not that others are still ok.
5.2.1.
Pitfalls and exceptions
If you select the first scene (scene1) the OSD will not react, instead it will enable the
automated mode, including daylight control
Most DALI controllers expect to be a master on the DALI bus. Many of them do not read the
actual light output as given by the DALI device (in this case the OSD), but they rely on the
value in the last command given. So a read-back of the value will not report the actual status
of the OSD. A gateway will do this correctly
The OSD will report the average output value (so if 2 luminaires are on 55% and one on
100% it will report 70%). Older version (the /00) will report the window side value.
Some controller work in a different way than you expect. For instance a scene; a controller
could store the scene information itself. Instead of sending out a scene it will send direct arc
power (so output) values to the OSD. It might be impossible to send a DALI scene1
command to set the OSD into automated mode. Some controller are not fully DALI
compatible. This is not noted when used with drivers, but might effect the functioning of the
OSD
5.2.2.
Shared Occupancy Control
It is possible to share the occupancy signal amongst the controllers. Each controller can be assigned
to a DALI group. If occupancy sharing is enabled (please refer to your Philips representative for more
information how to enable this feature and the tool you require for this) each OSD will send
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occupancy info to its group members. This is very useful for open plan offices. Now an open plan
can be configured easily as one space.
The OSD recognizes if the occupancy signal is from its own sensor, or from a neighboring one. Put
into mode 9 it will switch lights on at nominal level if the OSD “sees” movement itself or to 30% or
50% if the signal was from the neighbor. An ideal regime with optimal savings in an open plan. Areas
in use will receive full lighting, unused areas will go to a lower light level, saving energy, but
preventing dark areas in the open plan office.
The OSD uses DALI grouping for this feature.
NOTE this function will only work in combination with a DALI controller if this controller support
multi master mode (aka DALI part 103, not released yet). Please ask and test before you specify this
function.
5.3.
Using a universal DALI gateway
This method works with ALL DALI gateways, designed to be used with DALI networks. The OSD is
connected via the X-port to the controller. The DALI network formed by the OSD and the luminaires
functions separately from this connection. All limitations seen by the DALI controller are not present
with the gateway.
The OSD will be seen as a driver (most controllers will detect the device is not a standard driver and
report so, but it will work as a driver). Some gateways will detect the OSD as sensor as well.
This means that all standard DALI commands (known as part 102 of the DALI standard) will work
with the OSD. If you select a certain output level (regardless of the method you select to do so) all
luminaires connected to the OSD will react. The OSD will operate as one, since the OSD only uses 1
DALI address. So all OSD channels (window corridor side for instance) will react in the same way.
Furthermore the automated daylight control is disabled. The occupancy control is NOT. If a
command is given the occupancy timer is triggered. If the area is vacated lights will be switched off
after the timer expirers. If you want the lights to stay on (or off) you must repeat the DALI command
used with a shorter interval than the time set in the timer.
All status reports will reflect the actual status of the luminaires “behind” the OSD. However the OSD
can only report a single status, so if one lamp (connected to the OSD) fails, the OSD will report this,
and not that others are still ok.
5.3.1.
Pitfalls and exceptions
If you select the first scene (scene1) the OSD will not react, instead it will enable the
automated mode, including daylight control
Most The OSD will report the average output value (so if 2 luminaires are on 55% and one
on 100% it will report 70%). Older version (the /00) will report the window side value.
5.3.2.
Shared Occupancy Control
It is possible to share the occupancy signal amongst the controllers. Each controller can be assigned
to a DALI group. If occupancy sharing is enabled (please refer to your Philips representative for more
information how to enable this feature and the tool you require for this) each OSD will send
occupancy info to its group members. This is very useful for open plan offices. Now an open plan
can be configured easily as one space.
The OSD recognizes if the occupancy signal is from its own sensor, or from a neighboring one. Put
into mode 9 it will switch lights on at nominal level if the OSD “sees” movement itself or to 30% or
50% if the signal was from the neighbor. An ideal regime with optimal savings in an open plan. Areas
in use will receive full lighting, unused areas will go to a lower light level, saving energy, but
preventing dark areas in the open plan office.
The OSD uses DALI grouping for this feature.
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This function will also enable corridor linking. This ensures that sections will be lit (optional to a
lower level when not in use by itself) if other sections are still occupied. The main application area is,
as the name suggests, corridors.
5.4.
Using the Loytec DALI gateway
All the functions mentioned above gateway are possible, but the Loytec L-DALI supports specific
OSD features. It support these functions to both LON and BACnet
5.4.1.
Energy measurement
The combination of the Loytec L-DALI gateway and OSD gives a simple energy measurement system.
Measurements and calculations are done automatically and without commissioning. You only need
to fill in the power of the luminaires connected to a OSD and the system does the rest.
Note this system assumes that all luminaire in the section of the gateway are off the same type and
power, which will be the case in an office.
5.4.2.
Occupancy signal
The gateway will translate the occupancy control signal as used between the OSD units itself to the
BMS system. In this way the occupancy sensor of the OSD can be used to control HVAC, sun blinds,
security, etc. For the LON interface this is done with the standard LONmark profile for occupancy
sensors. For BACnet the object is described in the usual way by the object description in the
gateway.
Up to 16 groups can be used.
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5.4.3.
How to use the combination of OccuSwitch DALI and gateways?
This part of the manual is designed for engineers with enough background on DALI, gateways, and
the communication protocol used in the BMS system (either BACnet, KNX or LON(mark).
5.4.4.
Cascading DALI network
The OccuSwitch DALI (OSD) uses 2 DALI networks, one for the luminaires (fittings) plus sensors and
push button interfaces, the other to link the OSDs to each other and via a gateway to the BMS.
These networks have no logic connection and work independent from each other.
Although logical separated, the two networks are electrically connected to each other. This means
that the DALI network to the gateway is connected to the luminaires as well. Most drivers in the
luminaires only offer basic isolation. Therefore ALL DALI wiring must be treated as mains wiring,
with the right isolation in place. One advantage; you are allowed to use the DALI and mains wiring in
one cable, cable duct, junction box, etc. The DALI signal is ELV (or PELV) but not S(ave)ELV.
Advantages of a cascading DALI network
One of the main advantages of the cascading network is the separation of the control and
management information. Per control circuit one DALI network is used. DALI is rather slow, and will
only support up to 4 control circuits before the communication with clutter. You need to take care
on this in a traditional DALI system. With this solution this will never happen.
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5.4.5.
OccuSwitch DALI
Install the OccuSwitch DALI (OSD) as indicated in the OSD documentation as usual (zie OSD
documentation). The DA connection should be used for the luminaires, the X connection is for the
interlinking and the gateway.
Commission the OSD as needed, set the desired mode, calibrate the light sensor and commission
the luminaires to the right function.
Optional you can already set the DALI group the OSD should work in. this is a very convenient
method. If you have a plan, select the OSD and set its group address. You can do this from the
gateway, but the gateway will use a search method, it will select one of the OSDs and ask you to give
the corresponding address. This will lead you at random through the floor or building.
When the OSD is commissioned it can be connected to the gateway.
Disabling DALI system failure
The OSD is working according to the DALI (#101 and #102) specification. This means that the OSD
will react if there is no DALI power on the X port. The luminaires (mounted on the DA side) will be
set to 100% (the default system failure level). This is normally a good measure, no DALI power
means that the controller or the bus channel is failing, the safest action is to switch on the lights.
During installation however this is not very convenient, since the gateway will most likely be
installed much later. Therefore the OSD will disregard a system failure as long as it does not detect
DALI power on the X port.
If you had DALI power connected to the X port, but disconnected it and you want the OSD to work
normally again, just remove mains power for 5 seconds. The OSD will function normally again.
5.4.6.
The gateway
The diagram shows the OSD units are connected to the gateway (in this case the 4 channel LDALI
BACnet version, other connections can be found in the installation instructions).
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The LDALI gateways will recognize the OSD unit both as sensor as well as driver (driver).
Up to 16 sensors will be recognized. Do not worry, all OSD sensor will work, and are divided into 16
groups. The gateway is not capable of recognizing the different sensors (yet).
The web interface allows you to give each OSD a short address; this will not influence the Group
settings made earlier. You can, of course, change group addressing to your need.
Depending on your needs you can use the group or short address methods to change the light
settings.
5.5.
How does the OSD react to DALI commands?
The table below shows the reaction of the OSD and the luminaires behind it on the most common
DALI commands in comparison with a “normal” driver.
DALI command
Direct ARC
Effect on normal driver
Driver will set output level
accordingly*.
Recall scene 0 (first scene)
The driver will set the output
level as defined in scene 0.
Recall scene 1..15
The driver will set the output
level as defined in the
scene*.
SET DTR as scene
The value in DTR will be
stored as a scene
Effect OSD
All drivers connected to the
OSD will be set the output
level*. Daylight regulation is
suspended.
Automatic mode will be
enabled. The system will
NOT go to the output level
defined in scene 0, but to the
light level set during
commissioning.
The driver will set the output
level as defined in the
scene*. Daylight regulation is
suspended.
The value in DTR will be
stored as a scene, also for
scene 0!
* All commands will use fading, minimum and maximum level according to previous settings.
All DALI commands given to the OSD that affect the output level will start the occupancy timer. A
single DALI command will set the output level only for a limited period (the occupancy timer period)
if an area is not occupied. Lights will switch off after this period (or go to background level if set).
You need to repeat the DALI command to keep lights on a certain level. The repetition time must be
shorter than the occupancy timer period set in the OSD.
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5.6.
DALI grouping and occupancy control
The OSD uses DALI group addressing for occupancy control. This is the DALI group address of the
unit itself (so on the X interface).
If enabled, the OSD will send a occpuancy messages over the DALI network whenever the movement
detector is triggered. These messages contain the DALI group address of the unit (you can only use 1
of the 16 groups, except for corridors). The OSD will act on a message with the same group address
it belongs to itself. It will ignore other occupancy messages.
The maps below show a typical office application, with on the right hand side the installation of the
OSD units. Below it shows the group addresses.
Each group shares occupancy.
Take for instance group 5. It exists of 2 OSD
units. When one the units detects movement
a message with group 5 will be send. The
other unit will react as well and both units
will switch (or keep) the lights on at nominal
level.
In Group 7 this might be different. Here will
the unit detecting occupancy switch the
lights to full, but all the other units in the
group, detecting nobody will, set the light
level to, say, 30%. This will result in an overall
illumination, but only at maximum where
required.
In total 64 OSD units can be connected to each other, using 16 groups. The gateway will also only
recognize 16 sensor groups. It is impossible to read an individual sensor
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5.7.
Corridors
For corridors several options are possible. You can use the same
occupancy sharing as described before. But if the corridor mode
is used (mode 6), the OSD can “listen” to several (or all 16)
groups. This can be used for corridor linking, keeping the lights
on in the corridor if one of the adjacent rooms or areas is still
occupied. The first (lowest number) group must be used for the
corridor itself. In this example the OSD units in the corridor have
group number 1, but groups 2 till 4 are added.
Please note that this only works in corridor mode 6!
5.8.
Grouping without gateway
It is possible to use occupancy sharing between OSD units without gateway (or controller). You need
to use a DALI power supply to provide system power on the DALI (X-port) bus.
5.9.
Energy measurement
The OSD has a special feature to deduct the amount of energy that is being used by the lighting
system. The OSD will calculate the average value if it has been commissioned and luminaires have
been assigned to groups. The OSD will take the number of luminaires and the current setting for this
average. So, for example one luminaire at 100% and two at 40% will result in an average of 60%.
This is then used for the actual level (at the DALI interface).
Furthermore the OSD will calculate the energy that is used and store this internally. The gateways
are able to gather this information. Usually the luminaire type in an office is same everywhere.
Simply fill in the system power of this luminaire in the gateway and it will calculate the right energy
level.
5.10.
How to commission a OSD with a network
As described before, the OSD units are grouped together, share occupancy and send per group
occupancy information to the gateway.
5.11.
DALI commands
The OSD reacts like a standard driver. It actually works exactly as you would expect. Any DALI
command (either an direct arc, dim-up, dim-down, etc) functions.
A list of DALI commands can be found in chapter8.
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6.
Technical Specifications
6.1.
LED feedback
The OccuSwitch DALI provides feedback through different blinking patterns of the LED indicator.
Figure 13: LED indicators of the OccuSwitch DALI
The following table shows an overview of the possible LED indications.
Blinking Pattern
Color
Cause
Irregular
Red
Motion is detected or IR command is received, and the window light
output is above 70%.
Irregular
Yellow
Motion is detected or IR command is received, and the window light
output is between 40% and 70%.
Irregular
Green
Motion is detected or IR command is received, and the window light
output is below 40%.
Cycle
(0.5 s per color)
Green –
Yellow –
Red
Witnessing mode is activated.
Three short
blinks
(within 0.5 s)
All
(Red, Green
and Yellow)
A parallel link event is detected during witnessing mode.
This only shows once for each parallel link event.
Long – short
(1.5 s - 0.5 s)
Yellow –
Green
Manual set-point calibration by pushbutton is in progress.
Long – short
(1.5 s - 0.5 s)
Red – Green
Automatic set-point calibration by pushbutton is in progress.
Long – short
(1.5 s - 0.5 s)
Green –
Red
DALI addressing is activated with an IR remote control.
Long – short
(1.5 s - 0.5 s)
Green –
Yellow
EnOcean teach mode is activated.
Continuous color
Red
Continuous color
Yellow
An internal error has occurred.
Continuous color
Green
Burn-in mode is enabled by IR, the window light output has not
passed the 100 hours yet and at least one of the light outputs is at
100%.
Very fast blinking
Any
An infrared interference has occurred. Too many IR remote controls
used at the same time or too much infrared light.
An external short-circuit is present on one or both DALI outputs,
The parallel link is not correctly connected,
There are two OccuSwitch DALI on the same DALI line.
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6.2.
Settings overview
Occupa ncy mode
Open plan
Class room
Cell office (no
motion detection)
Open plan (no
motion detection)
Corridor
Restroom
Meeting room
Open plan with
parallel link
Custom (3)
Mode
number
di s a bl ed
Cell office
This section gives an overview of the OccuSwitch DALI parameters. Separate tables are given for
mode-dependent and mode-independent parameters. These tables are only to be used by expert
level users, please contact your local sales representative.
Table 11: Mode-dependent parameters
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Ma nua l on
– a uto off
Pa ra l l el Li nk
Appl i ca ti on
Da yl i ght overri de
Da yl i ght
dependent
regul a ti on
Da yl i ght
dependa nt
s wi tchi ng
Sma rt ti mer
Auto on –
a uto off
Ba ckground
l i ghti ng
Loca l
occupa ncy
di s a bl e
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Wi ndow
onl y
Wi ndow +
corri dor
di s a bl e
X
ena bl e
X
X
X
X
X
(1)
X (1)
X (1)
(1)
(1)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
di s a bl e
Wi ndow
onl y
Wi ndow +
corri dor
0 mi n
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
5 mi n
10 mi n
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
15 mi n
Ba ckground
peri od ti mer
0 mi n
X
15 mi n
X (2)
30 mi n
60 mi n
X
90 mi n
120 mi n
X
150 mi n
i nfi ni te
1
2
3
These settings are not relevant in this mode, but do have this value
In mode 7 the background timer only applies to the portal luminaires.
The custom mode can only be selected by changing a parameter.
The OccuSwitch DALI then switches automatically to mode 10,
and copies all other parameters to mode 10.
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Table 12: Mode-independent parameters
Parameter
Range
Power-up state*
Lights OFF,
Lights ON (default)
Background leve*l
10%
20% (default)
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
Mode setting*
1 (default), 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10
Infrared group*
A (default), B, C, D, E, F, G
Fade time
0.7 (default), 1, 1.4, 2, 2.8, 4, 5.7, 8, 11.3, 16, 22.6, 32, 45.3, 64 seconds
Burn-in mode**
Enabled
Disabled (default)
Motion detect timer***
Potentiometer setting, 70 seconds, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 minutes
Default: potentiometer setting
Light sensor correction***
Disabled, -40%, -30%, -20% (default), -10%, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25%,
30%, 35%, 40%, 45%, 50%
Feedback LED***
Enabled (default)
Disabled
* Can be changed with the OmniProg (IRT8099/10)
** Can (only) be changed with the OmniProg (IRT8097/00)
*** Cannot be set by an user, please contact your local sales representative.
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FAQ
7.
FAQ
Q: The LED indicators of the OccuSwitch DALI constantly show red?
For an explanation of the LED indicators, see Section 6.1.
Q: The LED indicators are continuously blinking?
For an explanation of the LED indicators see Section 6.1.
Q: All luminaires are at the same light level and there is no daylight regulation?
There may be too many luminaires connected to the OccuSwitch DALI. Disconnect all but one
Luminaire to see if daylight regulation functions with one luminaire connected.
Q: All luminaires have a constant light level of 100% (emergency mode)?
The possible causes are:
The DALI line may be in short-circuit,
There may be two OccuSwitch DALI on the same DALI line,
There are too many drivers on one DALI output,
The DALI input line is not powered.
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8.
DALI commands
The list below shows how the OSD will react to DALI commands (on the X-port).
OSD LRM2090/20 DALI commands
Excuted for all OSD slave luminaires the same
Excuted
Nr
Command
Other
Direct arc
X
0
Extinguish the lamp without fading
X
1
Dim up 200 ms using the selected
X
Will not clip to min level
fade rate
2
Dim down 200 ms using the selected
X
fade rate
3
Set the actual arc power level one
X
step higher without fading
4
Set the actual arc power level one
X
step lower without fading
5
Set the actual arc power level to the
X
maximum value
6
Set the actual arc power level to the
X
minimum value
7
Set the actual arc power level one
X
step lower without fading
8
Set the actual arc power level one
X
step higher without fading
10+
20
Scene Set the light level to the value
X
Scene 0 will restore automatic mode and
stored for the selected scene
power up level (= calibrated level)
Reset the parameters to default
This command restores the default
settings
settings except for the power on level (=
daylight depending control calibration)
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Store the current light level in the
X
DTR
2A
Store the value in the DTR as the
X
maximum level
2B
Store the value in the DTR as the
X
minimum level
2C
Store the value in the DTR as the
X
system failure level
2D
Store the value in the DTR as the
X Is accepted, has no effect
power on level
2E
Store the value in the DTR as the
X
fade time
2F
Store the value in the DTR as the
X
fade rate
40+
Scene Store the value in the DTR as
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X
the selected scene
50+
Scene Remove the selected scene
X Except for scene 0
step lower without fading
8
Set the actual arc power level one
X
step higher without fading
10+
20
Scene Set the light level to the value
X
Scene 0 will restore automatic mode and
stored for the selected scene
power up level (= calibrated level)
Reset the parameters to default
This command restores the default
settings
settings except for the power on level (=
OSD LRM2090/20 DALI commands
daylight depending control calibration)
Excuted for all OSD slave luminaires the same
Excuted
X
Other
21
Nr
Store the current light level in the
Command
DTR
2A
0
Directthe
arcvalue in the DTR as the
Store
Extinguish
the lamp without fading
maximum level
X
1
2B
Dim
200
ms in
using
Storeup
the
value
the the
DTRselected
as the
fade
rate
minimum level
X
X
2
2C
Dim
200 in
msthe
using
theasselected
Storedown
the value
DTR
the
fade
rate
system failure level
X
X
3
2D
Set
thethe
actual
level
Store
valuearc
in power
the DTR
as one
the
step
higher
without
fading
power on level
X
X Is accepted, has no effect
4
2E
Set
thethe
actual
level
Store
valuearc
in power
the DTR
as one
the
step time
lower without fading
fade
X
X
5
2F
Set thethe
actual
level
Store
valuearc
in power
the DTR
as to
thethe
maximum
fade
rate value
X
X
6
40+
Set
theStore
actualthe
arcvalue
power
levelDTR
to the
Scene
in the
as
minimum
value
the selected scene
X
X
7
50+
Set
theRemove
actual arc
level
one
Scene
thepower
selected
scene
step
without
fromlower
the slave
unit fading
X
X Except for scene 0
8
60+
Set
the Add
actualthe
arcslave
power
one
Group
unitlevel
to the
step
higher
without fading
selected
group
X
X
10+
70+
Scene
the light
thefrom
value
GroupSet
Remove
thelevel
slavetounit
stored
for the
selected scene
the selected
group
X
X Scene 0 will restore automatic mode and
power up level (= calibrated level)
20
80
Reset the
the value
parameters
default
Store
in the to
DTR
as a short
settings
address
X Will not clip to min level
X
X This command restores the default
settings except for the power on level (=
daylight depending control calibration)
21
Store the current light level in the
X
DTR
2A
Store the value in the DTR as the
X
maximum level
2B
Store the value in the DTR as the
X
minimum level
2C
Store the value in the DTR as the
X
system failure level
2D
Store the value in the DTR as the
X Is accepted, has no effect
power on level
2E
Store the value in the DTR as the
X
fade time
2F
Store the value in the DTR as the
fade rate
40+
Scene Store the value in the DTR as
the selected scene
X
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