DALI HF Ballast Controller
Supply – 230V ±14% 50/60Hz Single Phase at 0.1A.
3 x DALI Outputs – Suitable for DALI HF ballasts & transformers.
Built-in DALI Bus Power Supply – No external supply required.
Dry Contact Interface – Can be programmed to perform many
different functions. The factory settings will cause this input to
transmit network identification information.
Many Control Options – Control of this device can be via a
combination of methods eg. Serial control port, push button
control panels, infrared receivers and timeclocks.
Simple Installation – DIN Rail mount facilitates installation.
All connection terminals accessible without disassembly.
Special Programming – This device will only operate in basic modes
unless programmed via a computer. If programming is required, contact
your local agent for details. Once the data cable is connected to the
devices, the factory default settings will allow any control panel to control
all channels in all dimmers.
Check Connections – Tighten all load-carrying screw connections, as
vibrations from transport can cause terminal block screws to become
Power Sources – This device should only be operated from the type of
supply specified on the front cover. This device must be earthed.
Load Control Circuit – A 2 core DALI bus cable is required to be run to
the loads, this cable is in addition to the mains feed.
Load Type – This product is intended to control DALI devices.
Mounting Location – Install in a dry, well-ventilated location. Controllers
may emit some mechanical noise. Take this into account when deciding
the mounting location.
Data Cable – Use screened, stranded RS485 data cable with three
twisted pairs. Segregate from mains cable by 300mm minimum. Connect
devices in a 'daisy chain'.
A data cable connected to an energized
device is live. Do not cut or terminate live data cables.
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do
not expose this device to rain or moisture. Do
not energise unless the front cover is in place.
The device must be earthed.
programming and maintenance must be carried
out by qualified personnel.