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TitleABB i-bus KNX DALI Light Controller DLR/S 8.16.1M Product Manual
File Size5.6 MB
Total Pages220
Table of Contents
                            1 General
	1.1 Using the product manual
		1.1.1 Structure of the product manual Software Tool
		1.1.2 Notes
	1.2 Product and functional overview
	1.3 DALI principles for the DLR/S
		1.3.1 DALI group control
2 Device technology
	2.1 DLR/S 8.16.1M
		2.1.1 Technical data DLR/S 8.16.1M
		2.1.2 Connection diagram DLR/S 8.16.1M
		2.1.3 Dimensional drawing DLR/S 8.16.1M
	2.2 Light Sensor LF/U 2.1
		2.2.1 Technical data LF/U 2.1
		2.2.2 Connection diagram LF/U 2.1
		2.2.3 Dimensional drawing LF/U 2.1
		2.2.4 Polar diagram LF/U 2.1
		2.2.5 Checking the LF/U 2.1
	2.3 Mounting and installation
	2.4 Description of the DALI output
	2.5 Display elements
	2.6 Operating controls
3 Commissioning
	3.1 Overview
		3.1.1 Conversion Conversion procedure
		3.1.2 Copying and exchanging parameter settings Procedure for copy and exchange Functional overview
		3.1.3 Overlapping lighting groups
	3.2 Parameter
		3.2.1 Parameter window General
		3.2.2 Light sensor parameter window
		3.2.3 Parameter window Central Parameter window Status - Central Parameter window Gx Group Parameter window - Gx Status Parameter window - Gx Fault Parameter window - Gx Functions Parameter window - Gx Staircase lighting Parameter window - Gx Light controller Parameter window - Gx Control Operating Parameter window - Gx Slave
		3.2.4 Parameter window Scenes Parameter window Scene x
	3.3 Communication objects
		3.3.1 Summary of communication objects
		3.3.2 Communication objects General
		3.3.3 Communication objects DALI output
		3.3.4 Communication objects Group x
		3.3.5 Communication objects Scene x/y
		3.3.6 Communications object Light control
		3.3.7 Communication objects Slave function
		3.3.8 Communication objects Staircase lighting function
4 Planning and application
	4.1 Automatic DALI addressing
	4.2 Function diagram
	4.3 Monitoring of lamps and ballasts
	4.4 Exchange of DALI devices
	4.5 Effect of ageing on lighting equipment
	4.6 Burning-in of lighting equipment
	4.7 Control telegram and status with a communication object
	4.8 Staircase lighting
		4.8.1 Staircase lighting with Light control function
	4.9 Constant light control
		4.9.1 Changing the setpoint
		4.9.2 Deactivation of constant light control
		4.9.3 Activating constant lighting control
		4.9.4 Follow-up time of the inactive light control
		4.9.5 Commissioning/calibration of the constant lighting control
		4.9.6 Brightness detection function
		4.9.7 Function of the constant lighting control
	4.10 Scene
	4.11 Slave
		4.11.1 Slave with offset function
	4.12 DALI dimming curve
		4.12.1 Characteristic adjustment of the linear lighting curve
		4.12.2 Characteristic adjustment of phys-min dimming value
A Appendix
	A.1 Code table Diagnostics Low byte (no. 6)
	A.2 Code table Diagnostics High byte (no. 6)
	A.3 Code table Request diagnostics (no. 7)
	A.4 Table of fading times Fade Time (no. 8)
	A.5 Code table Status sensors (no. 9)
	A.6 Code table Fault group/device code (no. 19)
	A.7 Code table 8 bit scene (no. 212)
	A.8 Further information about DALI
	A.9 Scope of delivery
	A.10 Order details
	A.11 DALI equipment
Document Text Contents
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ABB i-bus® KNX
DALI Light Controller DLR/S 8.16.1M
Product Manual

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ABB i-bus KNX

108 2CDC507100D0203 | DLR/S 8.16.1M

Follow-up time of the inactive control
in s [0...65,535]

Options: 0…60…65,535

If constant lighting control is deactivated or interrupted by the user, e.g. by manual dimming, the current
dimmed-to brightness value is stored for the duration of the follow up time. The follow-up time commences
after the lighting group is switched off.

If the lighting is switched back on during the follow-up time using the communication object Switch
(manually or automatically by a presence detector), light control is not restarted. The lighting is switched
on with the brightness value stored beforehand.

If however, the lighting is switched on by the switching object after the follow-up time, the lighting control is

Should the lighting group be switched off during light control via the communication object Switch, a follow-
up time is not started.

This reaction is intended for the user who, after leaving the room and returning after a short period, wishes
to retain the lighting state set manually beforehand. This can be undertaken by manual switching or
automatically by a presence detector via the communication object Switch.


The light controller can assume three operating states:

Light controller is not active: The light controller was deactivated via the communication object Fct
Activate controller/Status (telegram has been received with value 0). In this state, the lighting group
behaves like a "normal" DALI lighting group. ON telegrams on the communication object Switch do not
cause the light control to start. Only after a telegram with the value 1 has been received on the
communication object Fct Activate controller, is it possible to start the light controller. Whether the
additional function Light control is active is indicated by the communication object Status additional
functions, see Communication object no. 3, page 125.

Light controller is in standby operation: The light controller is active but has however been ended,
e.g. by the OFF telegram to the communication object Switch. The light controller still remains active in
the background and starts again with control after an ON telegram to the communication object Switch
or Fct Activate controller/Status.

Light controller controlling: The DLR/S controls and adjusts the lighting so that the setpoint
brightness is set. The state of the light controller is indicated by the communication object Status
Additional function, see communication object no. 3, page 125.

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