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STO/GM December 2011 ABB STOTZ-KONTAKT Gmb. H ABB i-bus® KNX DGN/S 1. 16. 1 STO/GM December 2011 ABB STOTZ-KONTAKT Gmb. H ABB i-bus® KNX DGN/S 1. 16. 1 DALI Gateway for emergency lighting © STO/G - Slide 1

DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 § DALI Standard EN 62386 -100 DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 § DALI Standard EN 62386 -100 § Normal operation § DALI Standard EN 62386 -202 § Emergency lighting operation § Self-contained emergency lighting § DGN/S 1. 16. 1 STO/G – Slide 2 § Escape route sign Security lighting

DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Hardware n ABB i-bus® KNX n DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Hardware n ABB i-bus® KNX n Modular DIN-rail component (MDRC) n Mounting n 1 width 4 DALI channel n 64 DALI participants including DALI emergency ballasts acc. IEC 62386 -202 n 16 DALI lighting groups controlled via KNX n 110… 230 V AC/DC operating voltage n Integrated DALI-power supply n Channel-test, Note: Same Hardware as DG/S 1. 16. 1 STO/G – Slide 3 KNX independents

DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Normal DALI lighting n Based n DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Normal DALI lighting n Based n 64 on DALI Gateway DG/S 1. 16. 1 DALI participants n Normal DALI participants are controlled via 16 lighting groups n Independent switching, dimming and setting of a brightness value n Additional functions: Slave and staircase lighting n Scenes and a sequencer are available n Monitoring DALI failures per group or participant via KNX (in part with coded communication objects) n No STO/G – Slide 4 overlapping DALI lighting groups

DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Self-contained emergency lighting n DALI emergency DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Self-contained emergency lighting n DALI emergency converters*) and normal DALI devices can be combined as required n Emergency test (e. g. function test, duration test, and battery capacity information) can be triggered via KNX n Test results will be sent back from the emergency converter to DALI and over the DGN/S to KNX n Emergency tests can be triggered and stopped via KNX n Building *) self-contained emergency devices acc. IEC 62386 -202 STO/G – Slide 5 management system triggers emergency tests and documents the test results

DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Additional Functions DALI emergency converters and DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Additional Functions DALI emergency converters and normal DALI devices can be combined as required STO/G – Slide 6

DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Basic Characteristics n Map 16 DALI DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Basic Characteristics n Map 16 DALI groups with 64 DALI devices on KNX n Thereby lighting groups with a great number of DALI devices can be controlled simultaneously n A DALI device could be a member only in one DALI lighting group (No overlapping DALI lighting groups, use KNX group allocations) n DALI devices can be controlled via KNX only with 16 lighting groups n Programming work is minimized n Great possibilities to visualize DALI failures via KNX n Per group a lamp-, ballast- or lamp / ballast failure can assigned n With coded status object you have the possibility to assign the failure status of each of the 64 DALI devices n By means of separate objects the full range of DALI failures and the group or device number of the faulty DALI device will be sent to KNX n The failure telegrams can be blocked via 1 bit communication object. STO/G – Slide 7

DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Basic Characteristics n Set Power On DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Basic Characteristics n Set Power On level of the DALI device via KNX n This brightness value (Power On level) is stored in the ballast and is thus set immediately after the ballast operating voltage recovery. n Set DALI fading time via KNX n Special lighting time settings, e. g. for coloured lighting, can be controlled flexibly and individually via a central visualization for the project n 14 Light scenes n Recall scene via 1 byte KNX scene object or 1 bit telegram n Store individual brightness of scenes via KNX n Via parameter automatic DALI address assignment can be inhibited n DGN/S 1. 16. 1 does not change the DALI address of DALI devices automatically n DALI light characteristic adjustment n DALI light characteristic can be linearised. Such it is possible to increase the resolution of the KNX control signal STO/G – Slide 8

DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Basic Characteristics n Slave function n DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Basic Characteristics n Slave function n Inclusion of a DALI gateway in energy efficient lighting control systems n Reaction on switch, dim, scene and brightness commands can be parameterised n Sequence function n Up to 10 scenes can be linked together n Repetition of the sequence between 1 and 254 times or endless n Light effects and running lights can be realized without additional time or logic devices n Staircase lighting function n Warning before light turned off n Basic brightness n Burn In function is available n During the phase of commissioning of electrical discharge lamps it is possible to allow the switching of the lamps only with 0% or 100% brightness STO/G – Slide 9

DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Basic Characteristics n n Staircase brightness DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Basic Characteristics n n Staircase brightness and basic brightness are adjustable (0. . . 255) n Time for dimming up, staircase time, time for dimming down and runtime basic brightness are individually adjustable (0. . . 65563 s) n STO/G – Slide 10 Per lighting group an individual time curve can be adjusted Reaction on dim, scene and brightness commands can be parameterised

DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Emergency lighting tests n The different DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Emergency lighting tests n The different mandatory tests are controlled by KNX communication objects n The test sequence is subsequently monitored by KNX communication objects, and the results are transferred by further communication objects on KNX n. A other possibility is the use of an automated test interval which is controlled by the DALI emergency lighting converter itself n The interval duration can be determined by the KNX parameter n KNX communication objects (2 byte 4 byte) transmit the results STO/G – Slide 11

DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Emergency lighting tests Function test n DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Emergency lighting tests Function test n The function test is undertaken by the emergency lighting converter itself n The function test is requested at a parameterizable interval in the emergency lighting converter or by a KNX communication object n The operational reliability of the emergency lighting converter electronics and correct function of a lamp and a switch-over device for an individual battery are tested n Duration test n The duration test is used to determine whether the individual battery of the system is within the limits of the rated operating duration in case of emergency lighting operation. n Partial duration test n The partial duration test is controlled (start and stop) by the Gateway n The partial duration test is not stipulated or described by the standards n It simply offers an additional and enhanced possibility for faster availability of emergency lighting in a simple and time efficient way without completely discharging the battery STO/G – Slide 12

DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 System description (typically) Two separate DALI DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 System description (typically) Two separate DALI devices Battery emergency lighting operation DALI DG/S-Notlicht DALI Converter DALI device 2 DALI EBD normal line voltage § DALI device 1 normal operation Based on DALI Standard EN 62386 -202 (Self-contained emergency lighting) STO/G – Slide 13

DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Slave emergency lighting § § Slave DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Slave emergency lighting § § Slave emergency situation triggered by DGN/S itself § Emergency – lighting level triggered by DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Independent of normal emergency situation (230 V fault) the DGN/S can switch on the normal lighting with a special slave-emergency brightness Criteria for slave emergency situation could be § Number of ballast or lamp fault § Number of emergency converter fault § Fault of Gateway supply voltage § Transfer slave emergency situation to other KNX participants § Condition § KNX available § DGN/S is ready for operation (230 V gateway supply voltage is available) STO/G – Slide 14

DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 DALI Commissioning Tool n n Shows DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 DALI Commissioning Tool n n Shows the existing DALI participants and its fault status n Detection of all DALI participants either normal DALI ballast or DALI emergency converter n Assignment of DALI devices to DALI groups n STO/G – Slide 15 DGN/S-Tool Software If the emergency controller supports the variation of emergency brightness, it can be changed with the tool

DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Short Description Application n Control of DALI Gateway Emergency Lighting DGN/S 1. 16. 1 Short Description Application n Control of normal DALI illumination with 16 lighting groups via KNX, same as ABB i-bus KNX DALI Gateway DG/S 1. 16. 1 n Additional gateway function between KNX and emergency devices acc. IEC 62386 -202 n Activate self-contained emergency test cycles and send back test results to KNX n Controlling must be triggered and test results must be stored by superior emergency controller unit n Benefits n Controlling of normal and emergency illumination only via one KNX system n Great flexibility and simple commissioning from planning up to completion n Open and standardised emergency DALI communication to KNX STO/G – Slide 16

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