Installation example 1–10 V system

Analogue control for 1-phase installations

Do not mix HF-ballasts from different manufacturers or outputs. The control potentiometers can usually regulate 100 mA (approx. 50 HF-ballasts), yet have different breaking capacity on the switch function. Always check the data from the supplier.

Analogue control for 3-phase installations with contractor

 

Do not mix HF-ballasts from different manufacturers or outputs. The control potentiometer and control unit can usually adjust 100 mA (approx. 50 HF-ballasts) The same control signal can be connected to HF-ballasts independent of the feed phase with common switching over the contactor.

Analogue control for 1-phase installations with on/off function over occupancy detector

Occupancy detectors switch the lighting on and off depending on the occupancy. The potentiometer’s switch function does not need to be used, if it is bypassed the light is always switched on to the set level with occupancy. Occupancy detectors from different manufacturers can be used. Always ensure that the sensitivity is good and that the relay function is dimensioned for the connected load. Setting of a lux level threshold can be used in premises with a great deal of daylight. The function prevents the lighting from being switched on when there is a lot of daylight.