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1December 14, 2004 Ken Walma Eric Lind Audwin Cash Bob Anselmo EcoSystemTMA revolution in light controlfor the individualfor the buildingfor the environmentDecember 14, 2004Ken Walma Eric LindAudwin Cash Bob Anselmo
2Agenda Market Needs Existing Technologies in Fluorescents System IntroductionSample ApplicationsSample ProgrammingConclusion
3What do you need from light control on your project?
5Current Control Strategies DALI is not a complete solution.
6Existing Control Technologies 0-10V2-Wire Phase Control3-Wire Phase ControlDALI (One type of Digital Ballast)
7Anatomy of a Ballast Front End Back End Listens for signals from 0-10V, 2-Wire, 3-Wire, or DALIControls the lamps
80-10V Technology Advantages Disadvantages 4 wireAdvantages DisadvantagesMis-wire can destroy ballast or all ballasts on that circuit2 Control WiresCode limitationsSensitive to wire length and control noiseLong historyZones can be wired independent of circuitsFull line voltage available to strike lampsEasy to retrofitLow cost controlsTHD <10%ADVANTAGESEasy to retrofit because the control wires do not have to follow circuiting.Circuits and zones can be separate. Because low voltage wire is used the zones are relatively easy to re-configure.Most codes do not require low voltage wires to run through conduit. A variety of simple, direct controls are manufactured.Good power quality and low THD of less than 10%Full voltage to ballast helps means lamps strike at any setting.DISADVANTAGESBallast can be destroyed by mis-wires, in fact every ballast on the same zone can be destroyed if line voltage is wired to the low voltage control wire.Line voltage and low voltage wires lend themselves open for many different interruptions in the electrical code.Control wire length is an issue due to voltage drop as the wire is extended.
92 Wire Phase Control Advantages Disadvantages Easy retrofit Low cost controlsNo control wiresTHD/THC over 30%No wiring of zonesindependent of circuitsCurrent implementationshave lamp stabilityproblemsADVANTAGESEasy retrofit for one 1 circuit with small load.No control wires- dimming occurs on existing two wires.DISADVANTAGESLimited voltage: Since dimming is achieved by reducing the input voltage to the ballast and not by a control signal, the voltage is reduced thereby limiting the voltage to strike the lamps. This technology also results in high THD.May require dedicated controls. May not be able to use standard incandescent dimmer because low end trim and circuitry may not be compatible. Should consult manufacturer for compatibility.
103 Wire Phase Control Advantages Disadvantages Long history Full line voltage available to strike lampsTHD <10%Low control powerLow cost controlsWide variety ofcontrols availableNo wiring of zones independent ofcircuitsHigher costExtra line voltage wirefor controlADVANTAGES23 years of market acceptanceThe best power quality means the least amount of harmonic distortion i.e. less than 10%.Low control power signal means many ballasts can be controlled by a single inexpensive wall box dimmer.
11Digital (DALI, DSI) Advantages Disadvantages 4 wireAdvantages DisadvantagesEvery fixture is addressableCan Be RetrofittedRe-zoning capabilitiesIndividual Fixture ControlStandard Power wiringPolarity and Topology freeRequires CommissioningLimited ManufacturersLimited lamp typesNo control protocol definedFailed ballast require re-commissioningADVANTAGESEasy to retrofit because the control wires do not have to follow circuiting.Circuits and zones can be separate. Because low voltage wire is used the zones are relatively easy to re-configure.Most codes do not require low voltage vires to run through conduit. A variety of simple, direct controls are manufactured.Good power quality and low THD of less than 10%Full voltage to ballast means means lamps can strike at any setting and compensate for line noise.DISADVANTAGESBallast can be destroyed by mis-wires, in fact every ballast on the same zone can be destroyed if line voltage is wired to the low voltage control wire.Line voltage and low voltage wires lend themselves open for many different interruptions in the electrical code.Control wire length is an issue due to voltage drop as the wire is extended.
12Fluorescent Control Market Although multiple technologies are available, why is fluorescent control not widely used?Too ExpensiveToo Complicated to DesignToo Cumbersome to Maintain
13New Product FocusMake fluorescent lighting control more cost effectiveMake fluorescent lighting control easy to design by reducing interfaces and complicationMake a lighting control system that improves maintenance.Meet and exceed benefits of existing technologies without the disadvantagesMake this a REALITY
14Can a system that does this be simple to design?
15 Begin with 1... ...Scale to New architecture Building block approach Single Fixture, Multiple, SystemNo power packs or interfacesEverything wired together works together.Simple customization to meet different needs....Scale to
16Example Single Fixture/Office with EcoSystem Ballast2X4 Fixture
17Example Single Fixture/Office No Interfaces, Power Packs, or Controllers(3 Lamp, T8 32Watt, 277V)Occupant SensorClass 2 WallstationIR SensorAny 3 Wire Phase Control or Digital ControlDaylight Sensor
18Example Single Fixture/Office No Interfaces, Power Packs, or Controllers(Other lamp types)Occupant SensorClass 2 WallstationIR SensorDaylight Sensor
19Beyond 1 Fixture...Traditional systems have upstream controls that make decisions.
21Multiple FixturePower SupplyDigital Ballast Loop -Topology Free Polarity Free Class 1 or Class 2
22Multiple FixtureOccupant SensorPower SupplyDigital Ballast Loop -Topology Free Polarity Free Class 1 or Class 2Daylight SensorEcoSystem ProgrammerOccupant Sensor
23System LevelMultiple LinkEmergencyBuilding SweepLarger System
24System Level Multiple Links Connect sensors and wallstations to any fixtureMaximize XP Relay Usage to 16Amps
25System Level Emergency Feed Emergency fixtures with Normal/Emergency Power.Power Supply must be powered on Normal PowerNormal Power drops, Emergency energizes, then fixture automatically go to 100%.
26In Normal/Emergency Fixture System LevelEmergencyWiring DetailNormal PowerIn Normal/Emergency FixtureNormal/Emergency Power
27System Level Building Sweep Simple BMS Integration15V Contact Closure from Timeclock or BMS to shut off entire loop
28System LevelGrafik Systems IntegrationDedicated G7000 Link
29Advantages Lower Cost Easy to design Same system for all applications ScalabilityImproved MaintenanceLamp and Ballast Failure DataBallast Failure replacement without reprogrammingPersonal Control/Daylighting/Occupant Sensing/Manual Control Integration has never been this simple
30Advantages (cont)Exceeds specification of 3-wire, 0-10V, 2-wire, or DALI systems without the disadvantagesComponent ProgrammingEverything you buy, programs at the unit.Infinite flexibility with Class 2 sensorsAdd personal control at any timeAdd daylighting when desiredEasily add more occupant sensorsAll load types available in futureAveraging between 35%-60% of traditional system costs for classroom and office environments
31Design Trends Office Buildings- Classrooms LEED, ASHRAE, Title 24 Measurement & Verification (DMW)Simplify repurposingRe-use fixtures with easy retrofitUse recessed fixtures instead of pendants to reduce interstitial space.ClassroomsDaylighting, Occupant SensingDaylighting Study Heschong Mahone (www.h-m-g.com)
32What can the designer expect Zoning decision can be delayed, perhaps until commissioningLower cost solutions to meet the client’s needs and energy codesNo interfacesNo miswiresOnce the ballast is specified, any controls can be added/removed/reconfigured without major redesigns
33What can the contractor expect Control wiring free of topology and polarity issuesCommissioning done by someone either Lutron or contractorLess parts and pieces to install in the field.No interfaces to co-ordinateLess wiring timeClass 2 is not enough at 277VTraditional low voltage devices are likely lower cost than these DALI devices will be.
34What can the owner expect Infinite flexibility of lightingNo class 1 rewiring everNo power packs or interface boxes to replace or “chase” around the buildingSimplified maintenance through reportingLegitimate return on investmentProductivity improvement through proper lighting levels and individual controlNo ballast failure reprogrammingClass 2 is not enough at 277VTraditional low voltage devices are likely lower cost than these DALI devices will be.
35System Components Ballasts EC5-T832-G-277-3 (4ft T8, 277V) Feb 2005 EC5-T832-G-277-1, May 2005*Contact Ken Walma for other lamp typesC5-BMF-2ADigital to Eco-10 or Hi-Lume Ballast Feb 2005Also 2A of non-dim switchingC-SR-M1-WH (Photosensor) Feb 2005C-R-M1-WH (IR Reciever) Feb 2005C-HHP (PDA Programmer) Feb 2005CS-1L-2G (Power Supply) Feb 2005PN-IT-HF (IR Remote) Feb 2005
36System Future All load types available in future System architecture to become standardContinued innovationLaunch Packet Delivered in January