The RAPIX Occupancy/Presence Sensor is a DALI Application Controller with PIR movement sensing and a voltage-free input.
The RAPIX Occupancy/Presence Sensor allows all common movement / occupancy / presence operations. Switching and control functions are available using the voltage-free input.
This sensor can act as a miniature DALI Application Controller. Multiple sensors can easily be used to expand coverage to larger areas. For further scalability, the sensor can be mixed on a line with RAPIX eHubs or the RAPIX Universal Switch Input. For an installation that spans multiple DALI lines, scaling up is easy using the RAPIX Zone Controller.
The sensor can be enabled or disabled based on a DALI short address, or by system rules managed by a Zone Controller.
Like other RAPIX Application Controllers a Zone approach is used. Zones are made up of a mix of DALI Short Addresses, Groups, or the DALI broadcast.
Functions available include occupancy (unconditional), and also vacancy.
When turning a Zone off, the occupancy / timer functions include fade off, fade to a dwell level before turn off, or pulse before turn off. The sensor can also keep an area on while adjacent areas are on, allowing easy setup of corridor or exit path lighting.
The separate switch input allows connection of voltage-free toggle switches or common push-style momentary switches. Alternatively the voltage-free contacts of a separate low-cost movement sensor can be connected to this input. This input has over 20 possible functions that can be selected. If a suitable function is not supported, Ozuno can create a custom function that is instantly deployed using RAPIX Addressing or RAPIX Integrator software.
This sensor also supports sophisticated scene control, and allows easy scale up where additional sensors can act as slaves to a master sensor.
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