- Automatic switching on/off or only switching off.
- Individual control and adjustment of the ceiling and smart board lighting.
- Daylight control.
- Control by door and AV panels.
- Control integrated in standard pushbuttons.
- Lighting scenes.
- PC programming.
Proposal for the installation of control in classrooms
Programmable control in a classroom allows exact control operations to be produced which directly correspond with the user requirements. Maximum and minimum levels can be changed and the luminaires can be programmed individually. Switching functions can be changed and adapted to the function of the room.
Programming requires the temporary connection of a computer with a Windows-based PC program. The possibility exists to transfer program functions from one classroom to the next, which means all functions are the same and the time for programming is reduced significantly. Other advantages can be achieved by connecting the heating and ventilation to the occupancy control. See the wiring diagram below.
Classroom installation with DALI DIGIDIM (separate power supply)
Programming via a PC-program. Separate power supply. The different control functions have been connected in parallel to the DALI control cables. All luminaires are controlled in common via a daylight sensor, except the whiteboard lighting. Lighting is switched on manually. All lighting is switched off together.
The size of the classroom determines whether one multisensor is sufficient for occupancy detection, or whether the installation needs to be supplemented with additional units. The ceiling and whiteboard lighting can be controlled individually by the input units connected to the impulse switch by the door and AV panel.