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Developed by Philips Lighting it has become a standard: Each interface must be configured and uploaded to individually. Only one device can be assigned to each interface.
Use Remove Interface to remove an unwanted one. The top pane of the DALI interface window displays the 64 real ballast address cells, the bottom pane the group membership matrix.
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The device commands are available to manage the ballasts on each DALI interface. A DALI ballast internally stores its address, this is a number between 1 and It is also possible that the ballast has never been addressed so it does not have an address. These commands are used to discover and address DALI ballasts:.
This queries the ballasts attached to the device and reports all addressed ballasts found, an icon is added to each address cell when the corresponding ballast has been found.
This finds all ballasts without an address and randomly assigns them a free address. It will not change the address of any already addressed ballasts.
It is possible that two ballasts can have the same short address. If that happens the ballasts clashing are shown with a red icon. The resolve clash button will move the clashing ballasts to a random address that is unused by any other ballast.
Send all emergency ballasts a command to indicate their address on the multicoloured LEDs on the fixture. Whilst this is enabled the command will be sent every 10 seconds. The ballast is readdressed to the target cell. If the target cell was occupied then the ballasts should swap addresses although this has not been found to be terribly reliable.
Select an address cell containing a ballast icon and press Highlight to bring this ballast to full level, select another cell to highlight instead or press Highlight again to turn off. Once you have discovered and addressed all the real DALI ballasts for each interface if more than one you can then patch your DALI fixtures to them simply by dragging them from the Unpatched DALI group onto the required interface and address cell. It is of course possible to patch your DALI fixtures blind in advance of being connected to the real ballasts.
The patch is stored with the project data and not on the DALI ballasts. The matrix on the lower pane of the window allows you to add and define groups for each interface:.
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The DALI group is added to the Browser and group configuration data ready to ieec uploaded into the ballasts. The DALI group is removed and the group configuration data updated ready to be uploaded into ic ballasts. If groups have already 600929 programmed onto the DALI fixtures you can press the Discover Groups button to automatically populate group information from the fixtures on the interface.
In general you should include programming for all your DALI fixtures in each scene since you can determine when creating timelines which fixtures or 69029 should run the scene by dropping the DALI ice on the appropriate timeline row, the choice is yours though. The DALI scene is added to the folder and scene configuration data is ready to be uploaded into the ballasts. The DALI scene is removed and scene configuration data updated ready to be uploaded into the ballasts.
The DALI scene is edited and scene configuration data updated ready to be uploaded into the ballasts. Emergency tests may be scheduled for all emergency ballasts in a project via the Emergency Ballast Tests tab on the right of the DALI window. You can override project settings on a per interface basis by using the emergency settings in the Interface Properties tab. Function and Duration tests can be scheduled independently of each other on a daily, weekly, monthly or yearly basis.
The time of day that the tests run can also be specified.
Choosing to test alternate ballasts will test every other patched ballast – the remaining ballasts will then be tested once the initial test is complete. Test information is stored on the memory card of the controller responsible for that interface.
This information can also be viewed via the web interface. Specify a ballast’s Prolong time in the Setup tab. Select an interface using the pull-down on the DALI toolbar and press the Upload Configuration button, a progress bar will track this rather slow procedure.