RAPIX DALI Universal Switch Input

Key Features

  • 6 inputs for switches or voltage free contacts
  • Many powerful functions possible on each input
  • Easily visible DALI indicator and identification indicator to allow locating the device during installation
  • Only 2 mA current drawn from DALI
  • Up to 16 devices can be installed per DALI line
  • Does not consume a DALI short address
  • Supplied with 300 mm ribbon cable for DALI and switch connections, allowing easy linking between adjacent wall boxes
  • Configured using the FREE RAPIX Addressing and RAPIX Integrator software tools
  • Complies with DALI standards IEC 62386-101 and IEC 62386-102

Description

The RAPIX Universal Switch Input is a DALI Application Controller with six inputs. Each input is suitable for connection to switches or voltage-free (dry) contacts.

This device can act as a miniature DALI Application Controller. It allows sophisticated reaction to be configured for switch or voltage-free contact inputs. Multiple devices can easily be used on a single DALI line. The device also has seamless inter-operation with other DALI devices. Scaling up is simple using RAPIX Sensors, or RAPIX eHubs. For an installation that spans multiple DALI lines, larger capacity scaling up is easy using the RAPIX Zone Controller.

Each input can be used with push-style momentary switches, toggle switches, or voltage free contacts typically found on motion / occupancy sensors. The input type is set by the installer during product configuration, with over 20 possible functions that can be selected for each input. If a suitable function is not supported, Ozuno can create a custom function that is easily deployed using RAPIX Addressing or RAPIX Integrator software.

Control capability includes Short Addresses, DALI Groups, Broadcast, Scenes, Xi enhanced scenes, and more.

During operation, each input can be enabled or disabled based on a DALI Short Address, or by system rules managed by a RAPIX Zone Controller.

Like other RAPIX Application Controllers a Zone approach is used, where Zones can comprise a mix of DALI short addresses, groups, or the DALI broadcast.

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