Operational voltage range;12-24 В
Current consumption in active mode;No more than 60 mA
Standby current consumption;50 μA
Backup power supply;Built-in supercapacitor
Back-up power supply time;Up to 24 hours
Interface support;DALI 1/2
Connector;According to zhaga book 18
Dimming level control;Based on the coordinates of the installation site with automatic determination of the time of sunset and sunrise
Dimming control;Based on real time, based on light level
Built-in GNSS receiver;For automatic time correction and automatic control of the luminaire based on the installation location
Number of channels;99 acquisition/ 33 tracking
Sensitivity GNSS;-165dBm @Tracking, -148dBm @Acquisition
Built-in accelerometer;Yes, for automatic detection of the vertical angle of the lamp post
Built-in lamp temperature sensor;Yes
Built-in light sensor;Yes
Communication standard;LoRaWAN 1.0.3
LoRaWAN device class;C (in sleep mode A)
Supported LoRaWAN regions;AS923, AU915, CN779, EU868, KR920, IN865, US915, RU864
Adaptive data rate (ADR);Yes
Remote multicast support;Yes
Supports automatic time synchronization;Yes
Public/private network support;Yes
Motion activity tracking;Yes, with configurable interval and sensitivity
Start/stop movement detection;Yes, with configurable timeout
Shock detection;Yes, with configurable sensitivity
Turn detection;Yes, with configurable angle threshold
Temperature measurement;Yes, with configurable interval
Configuration;By commands through the LoRaWAN network via a radio channel using a special USB dongle and windows application
The light controller transmits the received data via LoRaWAN.
The light controller has a built-in GNSS receiver for automatic time correction and automatic control of the light based on the installation location.
The device has a built-in supercapacitor for autonomous operation, in case the external power supply is cut off. Operating time from a backup power source up to 24 hours.
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Automatic detection of the vertical angle of the lamp post
Automatic shock detection
Automatic time correction and automatic control of the lamp based on the installation location using a GNSS receiver
Built-in light sensor
Storage of up to 250 profiles
Configuration both via the LoRaWAN radio channel and via a configuration device
Lighting control via DALI protocol
Dimming profile types
Profiles can be global (used for all devices on the DALI network) or personal (used for specific devices on the DALI network). In the absence of a personal profile, dimming should be done according to the active global profile.
There can be several global profiles in the device memory, but only one of them can be active (used at the moment).
The personal profile can only be a single copy for one device in the DALI network, it is also active.
LoRaWAN is a type of wireless communication that includes gateways that transmit data to a server. This data transfer option is the fastest and safest. LoRaWAN base station sends data to cloud storage. Further, the received data is sent to the server, after which it is sent to mobile user applications.
This protocol is used to control individual fixtures or lighting groups. DALI protocol can control a line to which up to 64 devices are connected. Each device can be assigned to 16 separate groups and 16 individual scenes.
Communication not only enables switching and dimming, but also the transmission of status messages from the implement to the controller.
DALI maximizes the flexibility of the system through easy control of lighting (using software without hardware modifications) and adaptation to new conditions (for example, when the purpose of use is changed).