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RAPIX DALI-2 One Channel Relay

Key Features

  • General purpose load switching (ON and OFF) using received DALI commands
  • Capable of switching 16 AX @ 240 V ac
  • High Inrush current: 500 A (2 ms)
  • Large Neutral and Earth termination bars
  • Suitable for mounting in a ceiling void, or can be DIN rail mounted
  • Optional DIN rail mounting bracket
  • Zero crossing detection to maximise relay contact life
  • Fits through a 90 mm downlight hole
  • LED indicators (DALI and power)
  • Uses a single DALI Short Address; can be included in up to 16 DALI Group Addresses and/or up to 16 DALI Scenes
  • DALI Short Address, Group Addresses and DALI Scenes are configured using RAPIX Addressing or RAPIX Integrator software.
  • Can also be commissioned using other DALI commissioning software that supports DALI Device Type 7
  • Complies with DALI standard IEC 62386 Ed 2 and Device Type 7 (Switching Function)
SKU DGOZ-RLY-16A-01 Categories , , , Tags , ,

Description

DALI one channel relay designed for on/off switching of up to 16 Amps of lighting load via DALI commands issued on a connected DALI line.

The on-board 240 V ac rated relay is capable of switching a full 16 A of LED, fluorescent, incandescent and HID lighting loads, making it suitable for a wide range of commercial and industrial building applications.

The relay unit includes a large area for terminating all 1.5 mm2 or 2.5 mm2 double insulated cables (ac supply cables, switched load cables and DALI Line cables).

To maximise contact life, the relay unit includes a proprietary zero cross detection feature. This ensures that when the load is switched on the relay contacts are closed at the ac load voltage zero-crossing point.

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