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Optimisation variant 1a: Lighting control using constant lighting control via a ballast with 1 – 10 V technology and manual light operation.

Optimisation variant 1b: Lighting control using constant lighting control via a ballast with DALI technology and manual light operation.

DALI

KNX

KNX

Ballast

Light Sensor

Ballast

DALI

LF/U

DALI

Ballast

Light Sensor

Ballast

1 –10 V

LF/U

1 –10 V

Light Controller LR/S

DALI Gateway DG/S

Light Controller LR/S

Manual light operation US/U

Manual light operation US/U

Optimisation variant 1c: Lighting control using constant lighting control via a ballast with 1 – 10 V technology and manual light operation. All the required devices are installed in a Room Controller that is mounted in the ceiling or under the floor.

Optimisation variant 1d:* Presence-dependent lighting control using constant lighting control via a ballast with 1 – 10 V technology.

KNX

KNX

Ballast

Light Sensor

Ballast

1 –10 V

LF/U

1 –10 V

Room Controller RC/A with Light Controller Module, Switch/Dim Actuator Module and Binary Input Module

Ballast

Detector

Ballast

1 –10 V

PM/A

1 –10 V

Presence

Switch/Dim Actuator SD/S

Manual light operation

Manual light operation US/U

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    With this variant, the light sensor is not required as the brightness measurement and the lighting controller is integrated in the presence detector. The dimming values are sent via KNX to the Switch/Dim Actuators. In larger systems this can lead to high data transfer rates on the KNX line. Presence-dependent control is also possible for variants with DALI ballasts or with Room Controllers.

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