Parameter explanation

Luxstat - Parameter explanation - 78-000

 

"Adjustment" menu

Daylight Factor:

Settings for daylight factor.

Range:

Setting the value for lux range of the light sensors.

There are 4 ranges:

  • 3-300 lux.
  • 30-3 klux (is used by indoor mounting on the ceiling)
  • 300-30 klux (is used by indoor mounting in the window)
  • 600-60 klux (can be used in sky light).

Lx ind1:

Choose the manual measured lux value for zone 1.

Measured with a lux meter without artificial light on!

Lx ind2:

Choose the manual measured lux value for zone 2.

Measured with a lux meter without artificial light on!

Lx ind2 will only be displayed if you have selected a 2 or 3-channel controller under "General set"

Lx ind3:

Choose the manual measured lux value for zone 3.

Measured with a lux meter without artificial light on!

Lx ind3 will only be displayed if you have selected a 2 or 3-channel controller under "General set"

Sensor:

The light sensor registers the actual lux level and saves the value in memory.
By pressing Exit, the daylight factor will be calculated automatically.

Adjust

Ch1-2-3:

Here you can change the settings manually for Ch1-2-3.

Ch2 and Ch3 will only be displayed if you have selected a 2 or 3-channel controller under "General set"

Setp

1-2-3:

Select the minimum lux level for zone 1-2-3.
Default value is 300 lux.

Hysterese

1-2-3:

Settings for switch off value in proportion to switch on value.

A positive hysteresis makes it possible to get a higher switch off value than switch on value.
Default value is 70%.

Tin1-2-3:

On delay for zone 1-2-3.
Can be adjusted from 0-60 minutes.
Default value is 5 seconds.

Tout1-2-3:

Cut off delay for each zone.
Can be adjusted from 0-60 minutes.
Default value is 5 minutes.

Off delay:
(PIR)

Off delay for PIR sensor in all three zones.
Can be adjusted from 1-60 minutes.
Default value is 10 minutes.

Loadshed
1-2-3:

When you connect the energy-saving switch according to the connection diagram, you have the possibility of changing to a lower light level.

Default value is 200 lux.

Adjust Settings:

Here you can make a backup of your settings and change the settings for the light sensor.

Copy Setting:

Here you can copy and protect your settings, so that the settings cannot be changed.

  • Copy Custom settings to Backup settings
  • Copy Backup settings to Custom settings
  • Copy Factory settings to Custom settings

Copy Factory settings to Backup settings

Backup mode is used for protected mode. Copy the settings from Custom to Backup and select Backup mode. By this you cannot change the settings.

Initiate Sensor:

The sensor will save the actual light level in memory and calculate a new daylight factor.

The Luxstat Controller will make a new power up and you have to accept the sensor value by pressing, "Yes".

 

 

 

Type:

Here you select which application you want to use.
00.01 = Corridors/Halls
01.01 = Exhibition premises
02.01 = Warehouses
03.01 = School premises

04.01 = Production premises

The mentioned premises are only intended as a guide, the applications can of course be used in every kind of room.

Channels:

Here you select if you want a 1, 2 or 3-channel controller.

If you for instance select a 1-channel controller, you can only adjust channel 1 under "ADJUSTMENT".

 

The two other channels are not displayed. Under "STATUS" you can also only read channel 1.

Mode:

Here you select if the Luxstat controller shall operate in Custom, Factory or Backup mode.

To change the settings, Custom mode must be selected!

 

 

 

Ch1:

Status for the relay output on channel 1

Ch2:

Status for the relay output on channel 2

Ch3:

Status for the relay output on channel 3

Cutin 1:

Cut-in level for channel 1

Cutin 2:

Cut-in level for channel 2

Cutin 3:

Cut-in level for channel 3

Cutout 1:

Cut-out level for channel 1

Cutout 2:

Cut-out level for channel 2

Cutout 3:

Cut-out level for channel 3

Df1:

The automatically calculated daylight factor for channel 1

Df2:

The automatically calculated daylight factor for channel 2

Df3:

The automatically calculated daylight factor for channel 3

 

 

 

PIR:

Indicates if PIR registers activity (occ) or no activity (unocc)

Sensor:

Actual light level

Auto#3:

Indicates status for Auto mode at the 4-push-button switch

Manuel#4:

Indicates status for Manual mode at the 4-push-button switch

Door#9:

Indicates status for push-button switch

Time#11:

Indicates status for time switch

Loadshed#12:

Indicates status for load shed function

Auto LED:

Test of LED on the 4-push-button switch

Manual LED:

Test of LED on the push-button switch

 

Blackboard#10:

(appl 03.01 only)

Indicates status for push-button switch for the blackboard

 

"Terminal data" menu

 

"Status" menu

 

"General set" menu