Dim actuator with integrated bus coupler.
Switching and dimming of light bulbs, HV halogen lamps, dimmable HV-LED lamps, dimmable compact fluorescent lamps, dimmable inductive transformers with LV halogen or NV-LED lamps, dimmable electronic transformers with LV halogen or NV-LED lamps.
Automatic or manual selection of dimming principle according to load.
Idle-state, short-circuit, and excess temperature-proof
Manual actuation of the outputs independent of the bus (building site operation also possible).
Several outputs can be wired in parallel to increase output power.
Parallel switching of several outputs to a load of 950 W possible. Do not connect LED or compact fluorescent lamps to dimming outputs connected in parallel.
Building site operation: Outputs can be operated manually without bus voltage with operating voltage only.
Central switching function for control of all dimming channels.
Delay for actively transmitted feedback messages following bus voltage recovery.
Load type and dimming method can be configured: Universal (with automatic calibration procedure), electronic transformer/LV LED (capacitive/phase cut), conventional transformer/LV LED (inductive/phase cut), HV LED (phase cut) or HV LED (phase cut).
Feedback for "switching" and "brightness value".
Dimmable brightness range can be set.
Dimming behaviour and dimming characteristics can be parameterised.
Switch-on behaviour for a relative dimming command can be parameterised.
Bulb-saving switch-on and switch-off
Automatic setting and scaling of the dimmable brightness range when using universal power boosters.
The performance of a dimming channel in the "OFF" state during reception of a relative dimming command can be parameterised (switching and dimming or no response).
Alarm telegrams for short circuit, overload, and load failure.
Feedback of connected load type.
Block function or forced setting function can be parameterised for each output.
Time functions (switch-on/off delay, staircase light function).
Staircase light function with advance warning function via time-controlled reduction of lighting or activation of permanent lighting.
Linking function and up to eight scenes per dimming channel possible.
Elapsed operating time meter for recording switch-on time.
Reactions after bus voltage failure and recovery can be set.
Rated voltage: AC 110 to 230 V, 50/60 Hz
Connected load (AC 230 V) per channel
Light bulbs: 20 to 250 W
HV halogen lamps: 20 to 250 W
Wound transformer: 20 to 250 VA
Gira Tronic transformer: 20 to 250 W
Wound transformer with NV-LED: 20 to 100 VA
electronic transformer with NV-LED: typically 20 to 100 W
HV LED lamps: typ. 3 to 50 W
Compact fluorescent lamp: typ. 3 to 50 W
Connected load (AC 110 V) per channel
Light bulbs: 20 to 120 W
HV halogen lamps: 20 to 120 W
Wound transformer: 20 to 120 VA
Gira Tronic transformer: 20 to 120 W
Wound transformer with NV-LED: 20 to 50 VA
electronic transformer with NV-LED: typically 20 to 50 W
HV LED lamps: typ. 3 to 24 W
Compact fluorescent lamp: typ. 3 to 24 W
Parallel switched outputs: Use outputs to max. capacity of 95 %
(max. 950 W for AC 230 V, 50/60 Hz)
Number of universal power boosters
Trailing edge: max. 10 x 500 W
Leading edge: max. 5 x 250 VA
KNX: Connection and junction terminal
Load: Screw terminals
Connections: max. 4 mm²