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Application Guide
DALI PROFESSIONAL System
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Application Guide DALI PROFESSIONAL System
Content
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Introduction
1.1. The DALI PRO Principle
1.2. The Components
1.2.1. The DALI PRO CONT-4 Controller
1.2.2. The Sensors and Couplers
1.2.3. Directly DALI connectable PIR- and Light-Sensor DALI LS/PD LI
1.2.4. Radar sensor HF LS LI and connection to DALI
1.2.5. HIGHBAY Sensor and DALI HIGHBAY ADAPTER
1.2.6. The DALI coupler for push button connection DALI Pushbutton Coupler
1.2.7. The universal coupler DALI Sensorcoupler E
1.2.8. The HF LS LI configuration remote Master Remote
1.2.9. The DALI PRO PC Software
General Installation Hints
2.1. Safety Hints
2.2. Wiring Hints
2.2.1. Wiring of the DALI connection
2.2.2. Wiring of the connected pushbuttons
2.2.3. Wiring of the DALI sensors
2.2.4. Wiring of the special connected sensors
2.2.5. Installation limitations
2.3. Placement of the light sensor
2.3.1. Setpoint adjustment for daylight dependent control
2.3.2. DALI PRO Software definition of the setpoint
Application examples
3.1. Manual control of fixtures
3.1.1. Central control via buttons
3.1.2. Group wise control via push buttons and PIR without setup
3.2. Production Hall with Daylight Harvesting and Occupancy Control
3.3. Warehouse Corridors
3.4. Corridor in industry-/logistics halls
Trouble shooting
Technical data
5.1. Control unit DALI PRO CONT-4 RTC
5.2. Direct connectable Sensors DALI LS/PD LI and DALI LS/PD CI
5.3. Radar sensor HF LS LI connectable with DALI Sensorcoupler HF
5.4. Coupler for HF Sensor DALI Sensor Coupler HF LS LI
5.5. DALI Coupler for Standard Pushbuttons DALI Pushbutton Coupler
5.6. Coupler for HIGHBAY Sensor DALI HIGHBAY ADAPTER
5.7. DALI Sensorcoupler E for Standard Sensors
5.8. Accessories
Sensor ceiling recessed mounting ring LS/PD CI KIT for sensor DALI LS/PD LI
Ceiling mounted adapter LS/PD AP KIT for sensor DALI LS/PD LI
Control unit cable clamp / Recessed ceiling mounting kit ECO CI KIT
Radar Sensor configuration MASTER REMOTE
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1.
Introduction
The DALI PROFESSIONAL system represents an intelligent flexible light control systems based on DALI
Standard for ECG. No matter if pure manual control of the light by push buttons for one room or fully
automatic presence control and daylight harvesting for a whole production hall, the DALI PRO system can
be used in a flexible way. Compared to conventional switchable solutions, energy savings up to 70% at
significant higher lighting comfort can be achieved. The DALI PRO system is optimized for lighting control
in industrial areas and warehouses with up to 256 ECG. Furthermore single or group workplaces,
corridors or classrooms can be equipped. Many functions can be realized by simple network of the central
control unit to luminaires and sensors via DALI. This guide will show you a small part of the various
number of possible use cases.
1.1. The DALI PRO Principle
Central element of the system is the controller DALI PRO CONT-4 RTC. Based on signals coming from
manual user interfaces and sensors it controls the light level of connected luminaires according the
chosen function and grouping. All 4 DALI ports can be used simultaneously in the same functions, means
ECG and sensors are acting as if they would be in one big overlapping DALI line. Integrated firmware with
regulation algorithms and timers allow an automatic change and optimization of lighting level. The
graining can be configured down to each single DALI address. The DALI PRO system can be easily
adapted according to the application requirements and size. Functions and individual parameter settings
are transmitted to the control unit by the Graphical User Interface running as DALI PRO Software on PC.
With this all settings of the whole system can be done simply on the screen. Existing configurations can
be retrieved from controller for changes and then stored back with modified functions and parameters. An
integrated Real Time Clock provides the trigger points for automatic timer functions. With its plug & play
capability, the control unit starts an out-of-the-box configuration where all ECG in one DALI line are driven
as one broadcast group and all pushbuttons connected act as switching and dimming interface for this
group
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1.2. The Components
1.2.1. The DALI PRO CONT-4 Controller
As central component the DALI PRO control unit sets the light levels of all luminaries which are
connected to the DALI outputs. Depending on function of the according inputs it sends addressed DALI
light level commands. With a commissioning procedure which recognizes and sorts the DALI ballasts /
luminaires and sensors / manual inputs the devices occur in a device tree. As this requires no additional
cable beside of the mandatory DALI wire, the overall wiring effort is reduced significantly.
The push button interface DALI Pushbutton Coupler allows a manual control by dimming and switching of
DALI groups with standard push buttons. Multiple points of operation can be built up easily by parallel use
of several pushbuttons in one function. Beyond that the parallel use of a pushbutton input in different
functions (crown function) offers a synchronization between different actions. A typical application for this
is central ON/OFF which influences different functions and groups.
To control also non-DALI luminaires with the DALI PRO control system there are 4 switch-over relays
integrated to the controller which can be programmed by the software and used in action flow as outputs.
Furthermore this functionality can be extended to much more luminaires by the DALI driven relay actor
DALI SWITCH SO.
The controller is designed for mounting to a DIN rail (snap-in).
Important notes
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After changing / adding components the setup has to be done again in merge mode. This mode
shows automatically the already existing components and marks the new ones to be used.
The position of the devices in the 4 DALI lines has no influence to the group building and
functions. Means all DALI lines can be used together to create actions.
After mains interruption the control unit automatically retrieves the last light status. But running
functions as regulation have to be started new again.
Ex factory the control unit is set to Plug&Play mode, this can be recognized by the orange LED
on the controller.
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1.2.2. The Sensors and Couplers
DALI PRO sensors are able to detect motion and controlling the light automatically. When entering the
sensor detection area light switches on. Absence results in automatic switch off or lowering the
illumination to a stand-by level. Furthermore the sensors provide information about the measured
brightness. By this a daylight dependent control of the artificial light is achievable. For configuration the
sensors have to be put into a function field and linked together with an ECG group. If there are more light
sensors in a regulation function the measured brightness levels of the individual sensors are averaged
automatically by the control unit. DALI Sensors and DALI Couplers are directly connected to the DALI line
and are powered through this.
1.2.3. Directly DALI connectable PIR- and Light-Sensor DALI LS/PD LI
The motion respectively presence detection of the DALI LS/PD LI sensor is achieved by a passive
infrared (PIR) element. Within its detection area it allows to detect moving objects that provide a heat
signature e.g. persons, animals, vehicles with combustion engine etc. Normally electric driven vehicles,
belt conveyors or moving machines will not be detected if they do contain a heat source. Detection is not
possible if there are optical barriers (including glass walls or windows) between sensor and object or if the
sensor is covered. With its flat lens and therefore denser lens segment arrangement the DALI LS/PD LI is
suitable especially for presence detection of persons at office workplaces. If required DALI LS/PD LI
allows to restrict the detection area by extractable shutters. Details of detection area can be found in the
amendment of this guide.
The brightness measurement is done via integrated light sensing elements in the sensor. To ensure a
proper operation of the daylight dependent control the sensor must be adjusted pointing downwards
vertically. The sum of artificial and natural light will reflected towards the sensor from the reference
surface below the sensor (e.g. floor or plate of the table). The resulting luminance at the sensor level is
measured and maintained constant by the regulation algorithm in the control unit.
The DALI LS/PD LI can be connected to one of the DALI outputs and supplied directly from DALI line. To
check the proper installation and voltage of the DALI line connected the red LED on the sensor can be
switched on / off by pressing the integrated button. Furthermore a very long press (>20 s) to this button
will reset the sensor to default values and erase the sensor DALI address. This shall be done to avoid
double addresses using already addressed sensors in extension of complex installations.
With its compact housing dimension DALI LS/PD LI can be integrated into luminaries either directly or by
means of the included frame. Ceiling mounting or ceiling integration is possible using corresponding
adapters (see accessories) or the already assembled version DALI LS/PD CI.
Hints
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For daylight dependent control of the light level at least one light sensor has to be connected to the
control.
Light measurement and presence detection can be used independently in different functions for each
sensor
To ensure proper operation of the daylight dependent control, the sensor shall not be exposed to
direct natural light. Therefore a certain distance to windows is recommended (see chapter light
sensor placement).
To avoid influences from neighbour luminaires of another regulation group we recommend to keep at
least the installation height as distance between the sensor and luminaires with different regulation.
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1.2.4. Radar sensor HF LS LI and connection to DALI
To detect presence and motion the HF LS LI sensor transmits a low power high frequency (HF) signal
and receives the reflected signal by objects afterwards. If an object moves within the signal cone a
difference between transmitted and received signal occurs. The sensor signal penetrates the most nonmetallic materials, therefore differently to PIR sensors the HF LS LI is suitable for integration into sealed /
IP protected luminaries and housings. Objects and persons are detected more reliable, independently of
their heat signature. This also applies for electric drive vehicles, belt conveyors or moving machines etc.
The sensitivity and detection range as well as the vibration sensitivity can be modified in steps with a
DALIeco Master Remote. The HF LS LI sensor is designed for luminaire integration or mounting with a
bracket on ceiling or wall.
DALI Sensorcoupler HF LS LI is designed to transfer the motion and light level information into DALI and
to supply the HF LS LI sensor with it operating voltage. Due to higher power consumption HF sensors
cannot be directly connected to DALI outputs of the controller.
Like the DALI PRO directly connected PIR sensors the HF LS LI provides additional an integrated light
sensor. If the HF LS LI should be used for daylight dependent regulation the sensor has to look vertically
downwards.
1.2.5. HIGHBAY Sensor and DALI HIGHBAY ADAPTER
To detect motion from mounting heights up to 13 m there is the PIR sensor HIGHBAY with a switched
output. This HIGHBAY Sensor can be connected to the DALI line by DALI HIGHBAY ADAPTER. Within
DALI HIGHBAY ADAPTER a light sensor is integrated. This adds the possibility for daylight depending
regulation for large industry halls. For lower installation and wider detection angle the VISION sensor can
be used.
Hints
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Because the HIGHBAY sensor has a default value of 15 minutes off-delay this should be adapted for
more flexible use in DALI PRO system. To reduce the off-delay to 30 s connect the HIGHBAY sensor
with mains voltage, press two times on the side button, wait 2 s and press again one time - the green
LED will answer with one flash which is repeated 2 times (details see according sensor operating
instruction).
To adapt the light level measurement amplification factor there is a green potentiometer beside the
light sensor element of DALI HIGHBAY ADAPTER. This potentiometer can be set to 1 for low
mounting height, bright surface and increased to 5 for heightened mounting and dark surface (details
see according operating instruction).
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1.2.6. The DALI coupler for push button connection DALI Pushbutton Coupler
The DALI Professional Pushbutton Coupler allows the use of standard push buttons via the DALI line.
The whole installation is simplified significantly because no separate push button connection cable has to
be wired to the control unit. The push button coupler provides 4 floating inputs. In plug & play mode all
inputs have the same central dimming and switching function for the according DALI line. By configuration
of the inputs in DALI PRO functions and related ECG groups it can be used for dimming and switching,
central ON / OFF, scene recall, regulation value setting, … (see examples).
1.2.7. The universal coupler DALI Sensorcoupler E
The DALI Sensorcoupler E allows the use of any external sensors for motion and light. Various
connection options can be used to make mains signal PIR sensors, floating contact ultrasonic sensors,
analog 0..10V sensors and many others to DALI input devices. Additional there is an integrated 24V DC
supply for external sensors and an option to connect an external LED for setup messages (details see
according operating instruction).
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1.2.8. The HF LS LI configuration remote Master Remote
The Master Remote can be used to configure the Radar Sensor HF LS LI via IR signals to special
application requests. With this the radar detection width and vibration sensitivity can be adjusted. Details
see Manual of HF LS LI.
Note
 USB cable and software is only necessary for use in DALIeco
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1.2.9. The DALI PRO PC Software
The DALI PRO Windows PC software allows a comfortable setup and visualization of individual
configurations for the DALI PRO system. Complete configurations can be shown and changed on the
screen with mouse clicks.
Changes on screen are transferred by upload from PC to the controller memory via USB.
The PC software provides various possibilities which are all described in detail by software manual.
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4x 16+ Groups, line overlapping allowed
'+' means additional 'virtual' groups possible by software, but uses addressed commands
Final max. number of groups only limited by controller memory
4x 16 scenes, line overlapping allowed, but then one scene used for each line
4x 8 active light regulation loops
more possible when noticeable delay accepted, limited by reaction times
full- and semi-automatic energy saver function with occupancy- and light-sensor
up to 10 lightsensors / sensorcouplers per regulation
corridor function with unlimited steps
PIR disable / enable function
sequences consisting of scenes, fade control, loops
scene stepping
visible resource status message
switch function
serial / parallel configuration of grouped switches
programmable internal relay to be used in action list
test-function for all DALI devices
configuration check against physical available devices
retrieve configuration by download from controller
full project documentation in HTML file
up to 50 different timers can be configured
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2.
General Installation Hints
2.1. Safety Hints
• Please read these operating instructions carefully before installing and using the DALI PRO system.
This is the only way to ensure that you use the equipment safely and correctly. Keep these operating
instructions in a safe place for future reference. You should make sure that everyone who uses DALI
PRO has read these operating instructions.
• Beside of the explicitly mentioned components no further components units may be connected to the
DALI lines.
• The DALI PRO system may only be installed by qualified personnel who have been appropriately
trained and who
have the relevant authority. The installation personnel must be familiar with the operating instructions.
Power must be switched off before any work is undertaken on the system.
• Some DALI PRO control unit is especially designed for installation within luminaries, an independent
installation is only allowed in combination with the mounting kit ECO CI KIT.
• The relevant safety and accident prevention regulations must be observed.
• If the DALI cables or pushbutton inputs are wired with external voltage, particularly with a mains voltage
of 230 V, the unit may be destroyed.
2.2. Wiring Hints
DALI -, synchronization, sensor- and push button wires must never be connected or applied with line
voltage. Before connecting any new components the mains supply of the control unit has to be
switched off. After switch on of mains supply the control unit detects failures on DALI line and shows
shortcut or mains voltage by blinking LED (see manual).
2.2.1. Wiring of the DALI connection
For wiring of the DALI control connection a cable suitable for line voltage with a minimum wire diameter
of 0.5mm² (1,5mm² recommended) has to be used, like for example NYM-J. The DALI wires can be run
with line voltage in the same cable. That means that e.g. NYM-J 5x1.5 sheathed cable, where two wires
are used for the DALI communication, is suitable. For the DALI wiring the usage of control and data
cables like LIYY or bell wire cable like YR or comparable is not allowed and a reliable operation may not
be given
2.2.2. Wiring of the connected pushbuttons
For the wiring of the push button inputs there are already cables connected to the pushbutton coupler. If
this length is not sufficient we allow enlargement to maximum 2 m, but a cable suitable for line voltage
has to be used. In principle the push wires can use the same cable type like the mains supply. Because
of the high incoming resistance of the coupler we recommend to install the pushbutton coupler as close
as possible to the buttons.
With longer cable lengths incoupling disturbances can lead to a measurable AC disturbance voltage on
the push button wires which could lead to malfunctions.
The push button wires have to be run locally separated from lamp- or LED supply wires, parallel running
lamp- or LED supply wires may have a negative impact to the push button function. Crossing of the push
button wires with lamp- or LED supply wires should be wherever possible at right angles to minimize
capacitive coupling of disturbance signals. Usage of small signal / low voltage push buttons is allowed as
long as they provide a sufficient isolation (isolation voltage of at least 1500V)
2.2.3. Wiring of the DALI sensors
For the wiring of DALI sensors e.g. the DALI LS/PD LI the full DALI line length could be used. Because of
voltage drops and disturbances recommend if possible not to install DALI sensors in the last end of a
DALI line. Reason: the sensor communication is much more complex than ECG traffic and failures have
higher impact.
With longer cable lengths or incoupling disturbances can lead to a measurable AC disturbance voltage on
the wires which could lead to malfunctions, therefore the usage of a separate cable is recommended. The
wires have to be run locally separated from lamp- or LED supply wires, parallel running lamp- or LED
supply wires may have a negative impact to the function. Crossing of the wires with lamp- or LED supply
wires should be wherever possible at right angles to minimize capacitive coupling of disturbance signals.
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2.2.4. Wiring of the special connected sensors
For the wiring of special connected sensors (e.g. HF LS LI) the usage of original equipment 4p4c cables
from OSRAM is recommended. Running sensor wires in the same cable together with mains voltage is
not allowed. The sensor wires have to be run locally separated from lamp- or LED supply wires, parallel
running lamp- or LED supply wires may have a negative impact to the sensors function. Crossing of the
sensor wires with lamp- or LED supply wires should be wherever possible at right angles to minimize
capacitive coupling of disturbance signals.
2.2.5. Installation limitations
DALI wire:
Push button:
Sensor wire:
max. 300 m total wire length each DALI line
max. 2 m wire length for each button
max. 2m for connection of a HF LS LI sensor
max. 25m for analog sensors
DALI connection:
256 DALI ECG and 50 DALI sensors / DALI push button couplers
(limited by available DALI current from controller, address room and communication density)
2.3. Placement of the light sensor
The light sensor measures the sum of daylight and artificial light reflected by a reference surface (e.g.
table top or floor). For this purpose, the sensor must be directed as perpendicular as possible to the
reference surface. To achieve a proper function the sensor must be placed, so that the sensor receives
the reflected light of luminaires connected to the according DALI group. Direct sunlight falling on the
sensor has to be avoided, as well as unwanted measurement of the outside brightness through the
sensor. Therefore, the sensor must not be mounted too close to the window. A sufficient change in the
sensor reading at changing the illumination is only guaranteed if the maximum mounting height is
respected.
Legend
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Daylight
illuminance
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Artificial light
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Luminaire channel 1
respectively channel 2
Incoming daylight
Sum of reflected
daylight and
artificial light
Direct connected
sensor with light
sensing element
Min and Max values that have to be respected
L > 0,5 x H
h: max. 5 m for DALI LS/PD LI and LS/PD Analog sensor
h: max. 8 m for HF LS LI, max. 13 m for DALI HIGHBAY ADAPTER
h
Height above reflecting
reference surface
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Height to lower window
edge
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Distance to window
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2.3.1. Setpoint adjustment for daylight dependent control
For the use of daylight dependent control function, a set point value must be defined. The set point
adjustment must be performed with a minimum of daylight and external light.
2.3.2. DALI PRO Software definition of the setpoint
With a special menu in the DALI PRO setup software the light level set point for regulation can be set.
After dimming to the requested level the value is stored first on the PC. With an upload of the
configuration to controller this value is stored finally in the system and can be recalled e.g. by a push
button in function with action On / Regulation.
Manual adjustment of the set point
Additional the set point for daylight control can be managed individually without PC after setup process is
finished. For this the pushbutton function double press has to be configured as 'Store sensor set value'.
The solution is made for single offices where full end user access is requested. It cannot be
recommended to use this mode for applications where many users have access to the button.
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3. Application examples
3.1. Manual control of fixtures
3.1.1. Central control via buttons
Functional requirements
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All fixtures of a hall should be dimmed and switched centrally via buttons
Several control points are required
Description of solution
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DALI PRO controller unit is configured for pure push button control.
The push buttons are wired to DALI pushbutton couplers, the push buttons of the control points
have the same functionality.
Installation
Wiring scheme
Bill of material
Pos.
1
2
Quantity
1
up to 40
Product
DALI PRO CONT-4 RTC controller (central control unit)
DALI Pushbutton Coupler
Article number
4008321710871
4008321496461
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Commissioning
Configuration for manual control:
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Connect DALI luminaires to mains voltage
Connect control unit to mains voltage. Check controller LED for failure messages (see manual)
Start DALI PRO software on PC, connect controller with PC via USB
Configure the control unit with GUI:
a. Search ECG and Input Devices
 use menu item 'Create new project from DALI installation'
b. Use all ECG from device tree
 Select ECG and create DALI group in graph window via drag&drop
c. Use all pushbuttons from device tree
 Select buttons and create DALI function in graph window via drag&drop
d. Link all ECG to all buttons on the screen by tie area to area
e. Upload configuration from PC to controller
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The number of connected push buttons and thus the number of control points is limited by the
DALI current consumption In detail max. 200 mA DALI current per DALI port have to be shared
by ECG (2 mA / pc.) and DALI pushbutton couplers (6 mA / pc.).
The max. total cable length is limited to 300 m between the controller and all DALI devices.
For longer lines, the ECG can be used as wired fixed groups with the help of DALI REPEATER.
Regardless to which DALI port they are connected, all DALI luminaires and DALI input devices
can be used together in a function.
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3.1.2. Group wise control via push buttons and PIR without setup
Functional requirements
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4 groups of luminaires in a room should be switched and dimmed separately via buttons.
4 control points are needed.
In addition, the light should be automatically switched on/off by PIR sensors
Solution description
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Using a pushbutton coupler per control point, switches are connected to the control unit.
The ECG group 1 are connected to the DALI port A of the controller
One DALI pushbutton coupler is connected to the DALI port A of the controller
One DALI LS / PD LI sensor is connected to the DALI port A of the controller
Same configuration for DALI port B,C,D, ECG group 2..4 and according sensors / couplers
The DALI PRO controller is configured for Plug&Play operation (orange LED on)
The couplers and sensors are in Plug&Play mode (default mode without addressing)
Installation
Wiring scheme
Bill of material
Pos.
1
2
3
Quantity
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4
4
Product
DALI PRO CONT-4 RTC controller
DALI PB Coupler (push button coupler)
DALI LS/PD LI (sensor for luminaire integration)
Article number
4008321710871
4008321496461
4052899043954
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Alternative component for ceiling integration
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DALI LS/PD CI (sensor for 68 mm hole)
4052899930292
Commissioning
I.) Setting the controller to Plug&Play mode:
Start the DALI PRO Software
 Create an empty configuration
Upload configuration to controller
 Orange Plug&Play LED will switch on
II.) Setting all input devices to Plug&Play mode:
a. Set all input devices to factory settings (only possible if orange controller Plug&Play LED on)
 press ON/OFF/DIM > 20 s
b. Wait until green Power LED on controller flashes
 all sensor addresses and settings are erased
c. With this Plug&Play mode for all connected input devices is set
Hints
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The out-of-the-box behavior of DALI pushbutton coupler DALI sensors is Plug&Play
Already used / addressed input devices have to be reset for this application
Reset the push button couplers and sensors to factory settings (Reset) can be done also on the
single device level. Press the button on the device and hold for 20 seconds until the device LED
flashes to confirm.
Alternatively there is a central reset possible by the controller buttons
Installation
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
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3.2. Production Hall with Daylight Harvesting and Occupancy
Control
Functional requirements
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Each luminaire group shall turn on automatically when people are in the detection zone and
artificial lighting is required.
After switch on the automatic daylight-dependent regulation shall be active.
If required, there should be the possibility to temporarily override by manual control.
Functional profile
Solution description
• The control unit is installed in a cabinet. Sensors are integrated to the luminaire or separately.
• All ballasts are connected to one of the 4 ports of the DALI control unit.
• For manual operation buttons are connected to the push button interface (DALI Pushbutton Coupler).
Installation
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
Group 5
Group 6
Group 7
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Bill of material
Pos.
1
2
3
Quantity
1
4
16
Product
DALI PRO CONT-4 RTC controller
DALI PB Coupler (push button coupler)
DALI LS/PD LI (sensor for luminaire integration, up to 5m
Article number
4008321710871
4008321496461
4052899043954
Alternative components
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DALI LS/PD CI (sensor for 68 mm ceiling hole, up to 5m)
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DALI HIGHBAY ADAPTER
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HIGHBAY Sensor (up to 13 m)
6
16
VISION Sensor (up to 5 m)
4052899930292
4008321774132
4008321410078
4008321957047
Commissioning
a) Simple configuration by Drag & Drop:
Connect DALI luminaires to mains voltage
Connect control unit to mains voltage. Check controller LED for failure messages (see manual
controller)
Start DALI PRO software on PC, connect controller with PC via USB
Configure the control unit with GUI (details see manual GUI):
Search ECG and Input Devices
 use menu item 'Create new project from DALI installation'
Use all ECG from device tree
 Select ECG and create DALI group in graph window via drag&drop
Use all pushbuttons / sensors from device tree
 Select buttons and create DALI function in graph window via drag&drop
Link all groups to functions on the screen by tie area to area
Upload configuration from PC to controller
Hints:

The number of connected push buttons / sensors and thus the number of control points is limited
by the DALI current consumption In detail max. 200 mA DALI current per DALI port have to be
shared by ECG (2 mA / pc.) and DALI pushbutton couplers (6 mA / pc.).
 The max. total cable length is limited to 300 m between the controller and all DALI devices. For
longer lines, the ECG can be used as wired fixed groups with the help of DALI REPEATER. DALI.
Sensoric behind a DALI REPEATER is not allowed.
 Regardless to which DALI port they are connected, all DALI luminaires and DALI input devices
can be used together in a function.
Configuring the Light Regulation Setpoint
1. Reduce the amount of daylight as much as possible to prevent a saturation of the sensor e.g. by
closing
the blinds.
2. Click to the according function area on screen
3. If a light sensor and pushbutton or PIR with action regulation is part of the function 'Regulation
settings' is shows green dot in the properties
4. Press the light bulb on the right side and the light regulation window will occur
5. Dim up / down until the requested brightness value is reached
6. Press 'Fix light level to set the regulation set point
7. With a proper planning the requested light level e.g. 500lx on the workplace surface will be
regulated
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3.3. Warehouse Corridors
Functional requirements
 The lighting groups should switch on automatically when entering the corridor and artificial lighting is
required. 5 minutes after leaving the corridor the lights should switch off.
 The incoming natural light from the overhead windows shall be used to replace parts of the artificial
light.
The lighting control shall compensate and regulate that to a uniform brightness.
 After the switch-on the lighting groups shall regulate autonomous according to daylight.
 If required, the lights should be temporarily switched on/off and dimmed manually via a pushbutton.
Functional profile
Solution description
 The DALI HIGHBAY ADAPTER with HIGHBAY sensor are installed between the luminaire rows.
Either on the ceiling of integrated to a trunc system.
 All ballasts / luminaires are connected to DALI lines A, B, C, D.
 When daylight is present, the lighting group 1 near the window is dimmed more than the group more
distant to the window, until a uniform brightness level is reached.
 For manual operation, pushbuttons are connected via DALI Pushbutton Coupler to the DALI controller.
Installation
Overview and wiring scheme
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Bill of material
Pos.
1
2
4
5
Quantity
1
4
6
6
Product
DALI PRO CONT-4 RTC controller
DALI PB Coupler (push button coupler)
DALI HIGHBAY ADAPTER
HIGHBAY Sensor (up to 13 m)
Article number
4008321710871
4008321496461
4008321774132
4008321410078
Commissioning
a) Simple configuration by Drag & Drop:
Connect DALI luminaires to mains voltage
Connect control unit to mains voltage. Check controller LED for failure messages (see manual
controller)
Start DALI PRO software on PC, connect controller with PC via USB
Configure the control unit with GUI (details see manual GUI):
Search ECG and Input Devices
 use menu item 'Create new project from DALI installation'
Use all ECG from device tree
 Select ECG and create DALI group in graph window via drag&drop
Use all pushbuttons / sensors from device tree
 Select buttons and create DALI function in graph window via drag&drop
Link all groups to functions on the screen by tie area to area
Upload configuration from PC to controller
Hints:



The number of connected push buttons / sensors and thus the number of control points is limited
by the DALI current consumption In detail max. 200 mA DALI current per DALI port have to be
shared by ECG (2 mA / pc.) and DALI pushbutton couplers (6 mA / pc.).
The max. total cable length is limited to 300 m between the controller and all DALI devices.
For longer lines, the ECG can be used as wired fixed groups with the help of DALI REPEATER.
Regardless to which DALI port they are connected, all DALI luminaires and DALI input devices
can be used together in a function.
Configuring the Light Regulation Setpoint
1) Reduce the amount of daylight as much as possible to prevent a saturation of the sensor e.g. by
closing the blinds.
2) Click to the according function area on screen
3) If a light sensor is part of the function in the properties the bubble in front of 'Regulation settings'
is shown green
4)
5)
6)
7)
.
Press the light button on the right side and the light regulation window will occur
Dim up / down until the requested brightness value is reached
Press 'Fix light level to set the regulation set point.
With a proper planning the requested light level e.g. 200 lx on the ground should be regulated.
Hints:



‘Switch light off’ = Yes results in regulation and off when sufficient external light is measured.
There is no automatic restart of the illumination if light level gets lower afterwards (halfautomatic).
At too low levels with presence detected by PIR or manual control light will switch on again
If requested light level is already achieved without artificial illumination the PIR signal will not
switch on the lights.
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3.4. Corridor in industry-/logistics halls
Functional requirements
 Vehicles and people in a corridor have to be detected reliable.
 As soon as motion is detected, the lighting dims automatically up to the normal illuminance of 80%.
With a delay time of 5 minutes after leaving the detection area, it will automatically be dimmed down to
the basic lighting of 30%.
 If the system doesn’t detect motion for 60 minutes, the basic lighting will be reduced again for safety
reasons to the required minimum lighting of 10%.
Functional profile
Solution description
 The luminaires are connected via DALI lines A, B, C, D to the control unit.
 The presence detection is achieved via radar sensor technology.
 The radar sensor is attached via a DALI coupler.
Installation
a) Overview
~ 8...15* m
Legend
Presence detection range
(*Range adjustable)
DALI line
Sensor wire
Sensor coupler
Luminaire
Bill of material
Pos.
1
2
4
5
Quantity
1
2
2
2
Product
DALI PRO CONT-4 RTC controller
DALI PB Coupler (push button coupler)
DALI Sensorcoupler HF
Radar sensor HF LS LI
Article number
4008321710871
4008321496461
4052899141728
4052899921481
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b) Wiring scheme
L
N
PE
~
~
DALI ECG
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DA
DA
~
~
DA
DALI Professional sensor
Coupler HF
Sensor
1
HF LS LI sensor
DA
Commissioning
a) Simple configuration by Drag & Drop:
Connect DALI luminaires to mains voltage
Connect control unit to mains voltage. Check controller LED for failure messages (see manual
controller)
Start DALI PRO software on PC, connect controller with PC via USB
Configure the control unit with GUI (details see manual GUI):
Search ECG and Input Devices
 use menu item 'Create new project from DALI installation'
Use all ECG from device tree
 Select ECG and create DALI group in graph window via drag&drop
Use all pushbuttons / sensors from device tree
 Select buttons and create DALI function in graph window via drag&drop
Link all groups to functions on the screen by tie area to area
Upload configuration from PC to controller
Hints:



The number of connected push buttons / sensors and thus the number of control points is limited
by the DALI current consumption In detail max. 200 mA DALI current per DALI port have to be
shared by ECG (2 mA / pc.) and DALI pushbutton couplers (6 mA / pc.).
The max. total cable length is limited to 300 m between the controller and all DALI devices.
For longer lines, the ECG can be used as wired fixed groups with the help of DALI REPEATER.
Regardless to which DALI port they are connected, all DALI luminaires and DALI input devices
can be used together in a function.
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Hints:
1. Radar Sensor HF LS LI - Setting of the detection range (optional)
The range of the radar sensor can be adjusted via the Master Remote as described below:
a. Activate the programming mode by a long press on the Prog button (1) of the remote.
b. Afterwards select the manual configuration of the detection range by pressing the
button (3) of the inner ring segment of the remote. The range will automatically be set
to the average value.
c. The range can be changed using the buttons (7)-(14), (4) and (5) according to the
following table.
d. Exit the programming mode by briefly pressing the Prog button.
Detection sensitivity / Range
-5 (Min)
-4
-3
-2
-1
0 (Mid)
+1
+2
+3
+4
+5 (Max)
Button action
Briefly press button (5)
Briefly press button (7)
Briefly press button (8)
Briefly press button (9)
Briefly press button (10)
Briefly press button (3)
Briefly press button (11)
Briefly press button (12)
Briefly press button (13)
Briefly press button (14)
Briefly press button (4)
2. Radar Sensor HF LS LI - Setting of the vibration sensitivity (optional)
To avoid false triggers, the vibration sensitivity can be adjusted as described below:
a. Activate the programming mode by a long press on the Prog button (1) of the master remote.
b. Afterwards select the configuration of the vibration sensitivity by briefly pressing the top button (2)
of the inner ring segment of the remote.
c. The vibration sensitivity can now be adjusted using the remote buttons (15) - (20), see following
table.
d. The programming mode is manually terminated by briefly pressing the Prog button (1) or
automatically 60 seconds after the last button was pushed.
Vibration sensitivity
Button Event
Vibration detection off
Briefly press button (20)
Min
Briefly press button (15)
Medium (ex factory setting)
Briefly press button (16)
High
Briefly press button (17)
Very high
Briefly press button (18)
Max
Briefly press button (19)
Important hint:
If the vibration detection is active, the vibration sensitivity has to be readjusted after each position
change/realignment of the sensor.
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4. Trouble shooting
The manual control doesn’t work
Possible reasons:
- The pushbutton is not connected to the group
check configuration
- The wiring of the button to the coupler is not correct
check wiring with test function
The daylight-dependent regulation doesn’t work
Possible reasons:
- The light sensor is not connected to the group
check configuration
- The light sensor is not covering the illumination area
check distance and if sensor is direct above area
The presence detection doesn’t work
Possible reasons:
- The PIR sensor is not connected to the group
check configuration
- The PIR sensor is not covering the motion area
check distance and if sensor is direct visible from motion area
The central function of the control unit doesn’t work
Possible reasons:
- Not all ECG are connected to the central function
define new big group with all ECG included
Use of HIGHBAY sensor with DALI HIGHBAY ADAPTER
As factory setting the HIGHBAY sensor has a 15 minute switch-off delay. This has to be counted on top
of the delay settings in the DALI PRO configuration. If shorter delay is requested e.g.-in warehouse
corridor the delay of the HIGHBAY sensor can be reduced to 30 s. For this press the side button of the
sensor twice, then again once. The green LED will confirm the new setting with 1 flash repeated 3 times.
Details see sensor manual. For switch-off delay in DALI PRO software configuration we recommend not
to use less than 60 s to avoid unnecessary ON/OFF cycles.
Reduce PIR sensor capture area
In some applications it makes sense to limit the PIR sensor detection area. For this there are 2 half-circle
shutters beside the PIR sensor element which can be tied out separately and turned. Especially in a
single office where the sensor reacts to persons walking on the corridor this can be a quick solution.
Exchange defect ECG
To exchange a defect ECG install new luminaire / ECG. Start PC software, connect PC to controller, load
back actual configuration from controller. Merge configuration with real project. The new ECG will occur in
blue. Finish setup and drop new ECG into group of defect ECG. Delete old defect ECG. Upload
configuration to controller.
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5.
Technical data
5.1. Control unit DALI PRO CONT-4 RTC
Design and dimensions
Controller elements
A: Mains input
B: DALI Lines +/C: Relay
D: Service LED
E: Select Button
F: ON/OFF/DIM Button
G: DALI Line LED
H: Relay
J: USB Connection
K: Control LED
Technical data
Device designation:
DALI PRO Controller
Power supply:
L, N
Operating voltage:
100-240 V AC, 50-60 Hz
Power consumption:
5 W – 22 W (depending on number of ECG/ sensors)
Size
90 mm x 160 mm x 62 mm
DALI connectors:
DA Port A,B,C,D +/- acc. IEC 62386
Max. 200 mA or 64 DALI ECG and 12 DALI sensors or DALI push button coupler per channel
Sensor connection:
Up to 50 DALI LS/PD LI or DALI Pushbutton Coupler, DALI HIGHBAY ADAPTER, ..
Ambient temperature:
-20 °C …+ 50°C (operation)
Type of protection:
IP 20
Protection class:
I, basic insulation
Cable length:
DALI-wire:
Conformity:
CE
Order code/ EAN:
4008321710871
max. 300 m per DALI line @ NYM 1.5mm2
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5.2. Direct connectable Sensors DALI LS/PD LI and DALI LS/PD CI
Design and dimensions
DALI LS/PD LI
Included mounting plates:
DALI LS/PD CI
Functional components
Wiring scheme
(1): DALI Controller
(2): DALI Sensors on DALI Line
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PIR Detection area
DALI LS/PD LI Sensor, DALI LS/PD CI Sensor
A tangential movement
Mounting height
2m
~ Ø 4,5 m
3m
~Ø6m
4m
~Ø7m
5 m (max)
~Ø7m
B radial movement
~ Ø 3,5 m
~Ø5m
~Ø6m
~Ø6m
C Workplace
~ Ø 2,5 m
~ Ø 4,5 m
~Ø5m
~Ø5m
Technical Data
Device designation:
DALI LS/PD LI, DALI LS/PD CI
Light sensor range:
20 … 800 Lux (measured directly on the sensor)
Size
48 mm x15 mm x 17 mm
Sensor connection:
DALI, solid wire 0.2 ... 0.5 mm2
Ambient temperature:
-20 °C …+ 50°C (operation)
Type of protection /protection class:
IP 20 / II
Presence detection angle:
(adjustable via blind)
40° … 90°
Light sensor detection:
Rotationally symmetric, ~50° opening angle
Conformity:
CE
Order code/ EAN:
4052899043954 (DALI LS/PD LI) or 4052899930292 (DALILS/PD CI)
5.3. Radar sensor HF LS LI connectable with DALI Sensorcoupler HF
Design and dimensions
56mm
18,5mm
20,8 mm
16,7mm
 8,0 mm
28mm
8,0
14mm
8,0
24,7mm
23,2 mm
 4,2 mm
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Connection diagram and Functional components
2
4
DALIeco control
unit
5
3
(1): Sensor connection socket (2): 4p4c Connection cable
(3): HF LS LI Sensor; (4): IR receiver / Indication LED; (5): Light sensor
Detection area
Technical data
Device designation:
Signal frequency:
HF LS LI
24,0 -24,25 GHz
Size
56 mm x 28 mm x 21 mm
Radiated power:
16dbm / 40mW
Light sensor range:
Light sensor detection:
Connection cable:
Ambient temperature:
Type of protection/protection class:
Conformity:
Order code/ EAN:
20…800lx (measured at sensor)
Rotationally symmetric, ~ 60° opening angle
Only use the original OSRAM cable (not included), cable length: max. 2m
-20 …+50°C (operation)
IP 20 / II
CE
4052899921481
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5.4. Coupler for HF Sensor DALI Sensor Coupler HF LS LI
Design and dimensions
Connection diagram
4p4c Kabel
2x 0.5…1.5 mm²
230V
2x 0.5...1.5mm²
DALI Sensorcoupler
HF LS LI
HF LS LI
Sensor
Technical data
Device designation:
DALI Sensor Coupler HF LS LI
Power supply:
Sensor connection:
L, N
220-240 V AC, 50-60 Hz
max. 0.5W
118 mm x 30 mm x 21 mm
l1 = 110 mm
DA/DA according IEC 62386, solid wire 0.5 ... 1.5 mm2
4p4C cable, cable length: max. 2m, only one sensor connectable
Ambient temperature:
0… + 50 °C (operation)
Type of protection:
IP 20
Protection class:
II
Conformity:
CE
Order code/ EAN:
4052899141728
Operating voltage:
Power consumption:
Size
DALI connectors:
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5.5. DALI Coupler for Standard Pushbuttons DALI Pushbutton Coupler
Design and dimensions
~ 2 8 0 mm
43mm
20mm
43mm
Connection diagram
2x 0.5...1.5mm²
DALI Professional
Pushbutton DA
Coupler
DA
ABCD
Technical data
Device designation:
DALI Professional Pushbutton Coupler
DALI connectors:
DA/DA according IEC 62386, solid wire 0.5 ... 1.5 mm2
DALI current consumption:
6 mA
Size
42 mm x 42 mm x 20 mm
Push buttons inputs:
4 inputs for floating push to make buttons
Ambient temperature:
-5… +45°C (operation)
Type of protection:
IP 20
Protection class:
III
Conformity:
CE
Order code/ EAN:
4008321496461
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5.6. Coupler for HIGHBAY Sensor DALI HIGHBAY ADAPTER
Design and dimensions
Connection diagram and PIR characteristic
Technical data
HIGHBAY Sensor
Mounting height
5m
8m
10 m
13 m (max)
Movement sensitivity
~ Ø 12 m
~ Ø 14 m
~ Ø 16 m
~ Ø 18 m
Device designation:
DALI HIGHBAY ADAPTER
Light sensor range:
20 … 800 Lux (measured directly on the sensor)
Sensor connection:
DALI, solid wire 0.5 ... 2.5 mm2
Ambient temperature:
-20 °C …+ 50°C (operation)
Type of protection /protection class:
IP 20 / II
Presence detection angle:
35°
Light sensor detection:
Rotationally symmetric, ~50° opening angle
Conformity:
CE
Order code/ EAN:
4008321410078 (HIGHBAY Sensor) or 4008321774149 (DALI HIGHBAY ADAPTER)
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5.7. DALI Sensorcoupler E for Standard Sensors
Design and dimensions
Technical data
Device designation:
DALI Sensor Coupler E
Power supply:
Sensor connection:
L, N
220-240 V AC, 50-60 Hz
max. 0.5W
118 mm x 30 mm x 21 mm
l1 = 110 mm
DA/DA according IEC 62386, solid wire 0.5 ... 1.5 mm2
solid wire 0.5 .. 1.5 mm2
Ambient temperature:
0… + 50 °C (operation)
Type of protection:
IP 20
Protection class:
II
Conformity:
CE
Order code/ EAN:
4052899230491
Operating voltage:
Power consumption:
Size
DALI connectors:
Hints:





For connection of external motion / occupancy sensors with output mains switched or floating
contact
For connection of external light sensor with 0…10V output
For switched mains use L’ input
For floating contact use
and
For light sensor use 'LS in' and .
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5.8. Accessories
Sensor ceiling recessed mounting ring LS/PD CI KIT for sensor DALI LS/PD LI
Design and dimensions
Assembly
1
2
4
3
Technical data
Device designation:
LS/PD CI KIT
Conformity:
CE
Order code/ EAN:
4052899920293 (KIT) / 4052899930292 (already assembled with DALI LS/PD LI)
Ceiling mounted adapter LS/PD AP KIT for sensor DALI LS/PD LI
Design and dimensions
mm
65
mm
35mm
65
Assembly
1
2
3
4
Technical data
Device designation:
LS/PD AP KIT
Conformity:
CE
Order code/ EAN:
4052899173385
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Control unit cable clamp / Recessed ceiling mounting kit ECO CI KIT
Design and dimensions
Technical data
Device designation:
ECO CI KIT
Order code/ EAN:
4008321392091
Radar Sensor configuration MASTER REMOTE
Design and dimensions
Technical data
Device designation:
Master Remote
Transmission:
IR Signal, digitally encoded
USB Connection:
Mini USB Connector,
Only use original OSRAM USB cable with integrated driver chip!
Ambient temperature:
-20…+50°C (operation)
Type of protection:
IP 20
Conformity:
CE
Order code/ EAN:
4052899195967
Hints:

Radar distance and vibration sensitivity can be set with this remote because the settings are
done in the radar sensor itself the configuration values are independent from the control system
used.
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However, OSRAM GmbH is not responsible for the correctness
and completeness of the information contained in this
document and OSRAM GmbH cannot be made liable for
any damage that occurs in connection with the use of and /
or reliance on the content of this document. The information
contained in this document reflects the current state of
knowledge on the date of issue
OSRAM GmbH
Head Office:
Marcel-Breuer-Strasse 6
80807 Munich, Germany
Phone +49 89 6213-0
Fax
+49 89 6213-XXXX
www.osram.com
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