e-Multisensor Lon TP/FT-10 is a multisensor designed to operate in LonWorks® control distributed networks, including three sensors in the same device: a motion sensor for zone occupancy detection, a light sensor for zone light level measurement and a temperature sensor to measure the ambient temperature of the zone.
The device has a twisted pair TP/FT-10 network interface for LonWorks® networks and several functional profiles to switch on, switch off and a constant light control dimming function to operate over lighting controllers with LonWorks® interface.
Product reference: MS.623000-000
Power Supply: 24Vac/24Vdc
Technology: LonWorks ISO/IEC 14908
Channel type: TP/FT-10 Twisted Pair
The e-Multisensor Lon TP/FT-10 device is a multisensor designed to do automated functions like switching on and off in a lighting installation, and automatic light dimming. The device is including a constant light control system to dim the light level of the installation to keep a constant value predefined by a lighting setpoint. The product is including different functional profiles that are compliant with the LonMark® interoperability standard, which can be configured in different ways to make the device operate as a threshold switching on/off detector or as a constant light controller.
The multisensor should be installed in accordance to another device that makes the control and dimming of the luminaries, like a DALI Gateway, a 1-10V analog output device or a mains phase dimmer. Thanks to the constant light controller included in the multisensor, it is possible to do an installation based on multisensors and dimming lighting devices to operate in a stand-alone way, with no need to install any other device.
In installations where a monitoring system is requested to monitor the light levels, the occupancy status of the zones and the temperature levels of the installation, the multisensors can be connected to the BMS control system.
The device is including multiple value added functions like the light sensor calibration by lux level measured or by reflection level, or the possibility to adjust the sensitivity of the motion sensor remotely. Among this, the device has two different dimming output variables to control the lights in a near environment and neighbor environment and dim the lights with different values depending on the zone occupancy level in open spaces. It also has a second network variable output to control the window group lights and the aisle group lights from the same device.