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DW-DALI2.A
DW-DALI2A.png
Interface
Number of DALI ports2
Other
Supply voltage11.5...27.5 V DC
Dimentions2U, 35x97x58 mm


Introduction

DW-DALI2 Module Installation Manual describes the procedure for its installation, assembly, operation and setting. While working with the module, you must strictly comply with all the requirements set out in this manual. Failure to comply may result in damage to the device, its failure, electric shock, fire and other fallout.

Features

  • Automatic line scanning for new devices
  • Built-in bus power injection
  • Dali device configuration

CAUTION! All work related to the installation, connection, setting up, service and support must be carried out by qualified personnel with sufficient skills and experience in working with electrical equipment. To avoid the risk of fire, electric shock, damage to the system and/or personal injury, the system installation and assembly must be performed in accordance with the instructions listed below:

  • all connectivity work must be carried out with the power turned OFF;
  • use appropriate tools and personal protection against electric shock;
  • do not use damaged cables, wires and connectors;
  • avoid folding the cables and wires;
  • do not apply excessive force to the wires by kinking or pressing them too hard: the inner conductors of the cables and wires may get stripped or damaged;
  • do not use the power socket with poor contacts to connect;
  • do not exceed the load limit parameters specified in the manual;
  • the supply conductors wire section is subject to the specifications for current density limit, insulation type and wire material. Light section can result in cable overheating and fire.

When the power is on, NEVER:

  • connect/disconnect the connectors;
  • open modules and sensors.

Module dimensions

DALIA DIM.png

Internal layout

DALIA IL.png

Module configuration and correct use

Module correct use

DW-DALI.A module is to be used as a part of a wired system Larnitech Smart House. DW-DALI.A is to be used for data exchange between devices connected to the CAN bus, and devices such as electronic ballasts and dimmers, supporting DALI (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) interface.

Scope of supply

The scope of supply is as follows:

Parameter name Value
Input channels qty
0-10 input port quantity
Buttons
LED Buttons
Number of sensor inputs
Number of dry contact inputs
RS485 ports qty
RS232 ports qty
UART ports qty
M-BUS port quantity
Pulse inputs quantity
DALI ports qty 2
DALI-line voltage supply 10.5 – 22.5 V DC
Peak current of DALI-line power supply 1A
Peak current in DALI-line 300 mА
Maximum DALI devices quantity 641
Dimming channels qty
Output channels qty
0-10 output port quantity
Analog output channels qty
Output
Digital line maximum length
Discrete input channels qty
Digital input channels qty
Speakers
Max power output audio channel
Camera
IR lighting
Card reader
Connection type
Protocols
Backlight voltage
Load type
Supported sensors
Input voltage
Current type
Adjustment type
Max load
Min load
Max load per channel
Max load per group
Max load per device
Control parameters
Angle of vision IR °
Angle of motion °
Temperature measuring range °C
Humidity measuring range
Dimmer type
Dimming type
Voltage that may be applied to the input channels
Max output switching voltage
Max output switching current
Power supply 11.5 … 27.5 V DC from CAN
Max current(24V) 30 mA
Max current(13V)
Max detection distance
Max IR distance
Max current
Relay
Data transfer speed
Permissible section of power supply cable to connect in socket:
Sensors VCC output
Sensors max VCC current
R1-R2 inputs max current
Push-button/reed switches line recommended length
Temperature sensor line max length
Sensor cable length
Sensors line max length
Bus type CAN (4-wire)
Compatible with
Output voltage
Output current
Equipment installation type DIN rail (EN 60715)
Mounting
Max cabel lenght
Case material ABS
Protection IP40
Temperature range -10 … +50 °C
Size 2U, 35x97x58 mm
Weight 75g
* -
** -
*** -
1 - subject to compliance with other parameters
2 -
3 -

Module general structure

DALI2A VIEW.png

At the bottom of the casing there is a connecting plug (3) to the CAN-bus of Smart House network.

The physical configuration and contact point assignment of each connector are shown in table

Table2
Connector Contact Assignment
1 DALI
DALIA CON1.jpg
D1+
D1-
D2+
D2-
DALI1 bus
DALI2 bus
2 DALI power supply
DALIA CON1.jpg
+24V
GND
+24V — DALI bus power supply
GND — common
3
Module indicating unit
The scenario for module indicating unit is shown below
4 CAN
DALIA CON1.jpg
VCC
GND
L
H
VСС — +24V power supply of CAN-bus
GND — common
L — CAN-L data bus
H — CAN-H data bus
Indicator Status Description
Power Gl.png Power
E.png Power not available
Activity Y.png Data communication
E.png Data communication not available
Error E.png No errors
Rl.png Overheating
R.pngR.pngR.pngDots.png The data has not been transferred via the CAN bus for at least 5 minutes.
R.pngR.pngR.pngDots.png No power on the lamp.
R.pngR.pngR.pngDots.png No power on the DALI bus or over current (more then 180 mA) on DALI bus. If over current is at both bus blinking twice in half a second.

Module installation and assembly

Before connecting the module, you must determine the module installation place. Note: The module must be installed near 24V power supply.

Typical diagram for DW-DALI.A module connection DALI2A EXA.png

Module installation and connection procedure

CAUTION! You must precisely follow the recommendations listed in the «Safety Requirements» section of this manual.

  1. Install the module in the switchboard on the DIN-rail and secure it with special latches available on the module base.
  2. Connect the CAN-bus (4).
  3. Connect the DALI-bus (1).
  4. Connect the DALI power connector (2).
  5. Energise the module power supply (24 V).

Module shutoff and disassembly procedure

  1. isconnect the power connector (2).
  2. Disconnect the DALI connector (1).
  3. Disconnect the connector of CAN-bus (4).
  4. Demount the module from the DIN-rail, releasing the latch, available at the module base.

Hardware setup

To configure and control DW-DALI module, you must install Larnitech software on your smartphone or t, which is available in App Store and Play Market. After installation, follow the System Setup Instructions.

Fault diagnostics and handling

The following are some possible faults and ways of fault handling. If you have any difficulty, or face the fault undeclared here, please contact the Technical Support: http://www.larnitech.com/support/ or support@larnitech.com. There are also some tips in the FAQ section at our website http://www.larnitech.com/faq/

System Setup Instruction

Each DALI bus can use 40 DALI devices. Together DALI buses for one DW-DALI.A can use 64 DALI devices. Address DALI device must be from 1 to 63. To add DALI devices to DALI bus, add «hw» to tag with SubID 98, hw=”bus1=’1,2,3,…’ bus2=’1,2,3,…’ “:

  1. bus1 — first DALI bus data;
  2. bus2 — second DALI bus data;
  3. 1,2,3 — address DALI devices.

Configuring DALI device settings(set from scripts):

setStatus(ID:SID, {0xC0, ADDR}) – set address DALI devices, need to connect one DALI device on DALI bus data:

  1. ID:SID — address DALI bus data (com-port in logic.xml);
  2. 0xC0 — command for set address DALI devices;
  3. ADDR — address DALI device.

setStatus(ID:SID, {0xD4, ADDR, LEVEL}) — set default brightness:

  1. ID:SID — address DALI bus data (com-port in logic.xml);
  2. 0xD4 — command for set default brightness DALI devices;
  3. ADDR — address DALI device;
  4. LEVEL — brightness level, 0…250.

setStatus(ID:SID, {0xD3, ADDR, TIME}) — set the brightness change time:

  1. ID:SID — address DALI bus data (com-port in logic.xml);
  2. 0xD3 — command for set the brightness change time DALI devices;
  3. ADDR — address DALI device;
  4. TIME — brightness change time, in seconds.

setStatus(ID:SID, {0xD1, ADDR, LEVEL}) — set minimum brightness:

  1. ID:SID — address DALI bus data (com-port in logic.xml);
  2. 0xD1 — command for set minimal brightness DALI devices;
  3. ADDR — address DALI device;
  4. LEVEL — brightness level, 0…250.

setStatus(ID:SID, {0xD0, ADDR, LEVEL}) — set maximum brightness:

  1. ID:SID — address DALI bus data (com-port in logic.xml);
  2. 0xD0 — command for set maximum brightness DALI devices;
  3. ADDR — address DALI device;
  4. LEVEL — brightness level, 0…250.

HW Settings

Name Type, range SUBID Default Description
def string 'ON' certain SubID 'OFF' def is the element status is set after restart (only for Scenes).

hw="def='ON'"

def integer 0…250
integer -0…-250
certain SubID 100 The default brightness level in case of a power reset (0..250). Negative value will turned on the element.Example:

hw="def=250"

def string 'last' certain SubID 'off' Set last saved state of the element in case of a power reset. The element save his state after stay unchanged for 10 minutes.

hw="def='last'"

dmin integer (0…254) certain SubID 0 minimum dimming level, 0..254; only for Groups

Example: hw="dmin=30"

dmax integer (0…254) certain SubID 250 maximum dimming level, 0..254; only for Groups

Example: hw="dmax=80"

 1<item addr="450:1" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" hw="min=30 max=80 hill" name="Dimmer" type="dimer-lamp" uniq_id="4138"/>
 2<item addr="450:2" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" hw="min=30 max=80 pit" name="Dimmer" type="dimer-lamp" uniq_id="4139"/>
 3<item addr="450:3" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Dimmer" type="dimer-lamp" uniq_id="4140"/>
 4<item addr="450:4" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Dimmer" type="dimer-lamp" uniq_id="4141"/>
 5<item addr="450:5" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Dimmer" type="dimer-lamp" uniq_id="4142"/>
 6<item addr="450:6" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Lamp" type="lamp" uniq_id="4143"/>
 7<item addr="450:7" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Lamp" type="lamp" uniq_id="4144"/>
 8<item addr="450:8" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Lamp" type="lamp" uniq_id="4145"/>
 9<item addr="450:9" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Lamp" type="lamp" uniq_id="4146"/>
10<item addr="450:10" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Lamp" type="lamp" uniq_id="4147"/>
11<item addr="450:11" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Lamp" type="lamp" uniq_id="4148"/>
12<item addr="450:12" auto-period="600" hw="min=30" cfgid="80" name="Dimmer" type="dimer-lamp" uniq_id="4149"/>
13<item addr="450:13" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Lamp" type="lamp" uniq_id="4164"/>
14<item addr="450:41" auto-period="600" hw="min=30 max=80 hill" cfgid="80" name="Dimmer" type="dimer-lamp" uniq_id="4151"/>
15<item addr="450:42" auto-period="600" hw="min=30 max=80 pit" cfgid="80" name="Dimmer" type="dimer-lamp" uniq_id="4152"/>
16<item addr="450:43" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Dimmer" type="dimer-lamp" uniq_id="4153"/>
17<item addr="450:44" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Dimmer" type="dimer-lamp" uniq_id="4154"/>
18<item addr="450:45" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Dimmer" type="dimer-lamp" uniq_id="4155"/>
19<item addr="450:46" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Lamp" type="lamp" uniq_id="4156"/>
20<item addr="450:47" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Lamp" type="lamp" uniq_id="4157"/>
21<item addr="450:48" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Lamp" type="lamp" uniq_id="4158"/>
22<item addr="450:49" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Lamp" type="lamp" uniq_id="4159"/>
23<item addr="450:50" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Lamp" type="lamp" uniq_id="4160"/>
24<item addr="450:51" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Lamp" type="lamp" uniq_id="4161"/>
25<item addr="450:52" auto-period="600" hw="max=80" cfgid="80" name="Dimmer" type="dimer-lamp" uniq_id="4162"/>
26<item addr="450:53" auto-period="600" cfgid="80" name="Lamp" type="lamp" uniq_id="4165"/>
27<item addr="450:85" cfgid="80" name="RS232" type="com-port" uniq_id="4135"/>
28<item addr="450:86" cfgid="80" name="RS232" type="com-port" uniq_id="4136"/>
29<item addr="450:98" cfgid="80" hw="bus1='1-5,10L-15,20,25L' bus2='1-5,10L-15,20,25L'" name="Temperature" system="yes" type="temperature-sensor" uniq_id="4137"/>