1.0 LED RETROFIT DIMMER MODULE - GENERAL
1.1 Designed to work exclusively with the CD-3000 or CD-3000+ control electronics. Modules must see control data in a "Direct Digital Drive" format for proper operation, performance and warranty.
NOTE: Warranty void if used with any controls electronics other than CD-3000 or CD-3000+.
1.2 LED Dimmers shall be capable of dimming ballasted dimmable LED, standard incandescent, tungsten and quartz lamps and fixtures up to 600 Watts.
1.3 LED Dimmers shall be powered by 120 VAC single phase supply. Each module shall be protected by a 10 Amp UL489 Rated magnetic circuit breaker. Each dimmer shall be capable of sustained load at 600 Watts (1200 Wats total per module). Module shall operate with a supply voltage range of 85-140 VAC.
1.4 LED Dimmer outputs shall employ an exclusive "lamp warming" technique that when used with incandescent loads extends lamp life by limiting the in-rush current to cold lamp filaments by up to 70% over other performance dimmers.
1.5 Thermal protection shall be employed internally in the CPU. An active over-temp input shall illuminate a solid red warning LED when an internal temperature of 70°C is sensed and shall immediately disconnect all dimmer control outputs.
2.0 CONTROL PCB
2.1 LED Dimmers shall employ state-of-the-art "system-on-a-chip" digital technology. Advanced voltage regulation hardware and software will ensure >1% accuracy on all dimmer outputs when curved for the same control input.
2.2 LED Dimmer input shall be DDD (Direct Digital Drive) PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) from a CD-3000 or CD-3000+ only.
2.3 The Control PCB will contain and easily accessible SET CURVE/RUN Switch. When selected to SET CURVE will permit the end user to select their desired low end DMX 2% light level. When set to RUN mode the dimmer shall remember the SET CURVE level and output the pre-selected AC voltage at DMX 2% control.
2.4 Each LED dimmer shall employ intelligent load sensing permitting user feedback on a variety of conditions. Each LED dimmer shall contain multi-purpose translucent face panel switch to perform "CURVE SET" and allow for visual multi-color feedback of run status and/or errors. The following color condition will permit full reporting of the dimmer operation status:
|SLOW FLASHING GREEN||Fault Recovery|
|FLASHING GREEN||ZCD Fault (blown fuse)|
|FLASHING YELLOW||Over Power|
|FLASHING MAGENTA||Inductive Load|
|FLASHING WHITE||Curve Set Activated|
|CYAN||Curve Set Locked|
Each LED dimmer shall be capable of "Self-Healing" during a fault recovery. LED Dimmers not capable of advanced intelligent operation shall not be considered acceptable.
2.5 LED Dimmers shall employ state-of-the-art dual Power MOSFETS rated at 80 Amps each. Dimmer employing lower wattage power devises shall not be considered acceptable.
2.6 Each LED dimmer shall contain a USB-C connector on its face panel permitting bootloader firmware upgrades as necessary via a laptop PC.
2.7 Each LED dimmer shall meet compliance with the International Energy Agency's "One Watt Initiative" stand-by power requirement. Please refer to U.S. Executive Order #13221. Processor standby power shall not exceed 1 Watt.
2.8 All data shall be protected from power failure by EEROM for a minimum of 100 years.
2.9 All printed circuit boards (PBC's) shall be FR4/G10 with a UL 94V-0 Flame Class Rating.
2.10 Presidor LED Dimmers shall comply fully with UL 508 and CSA 22.2 safety approvals.
NOTE: Designed for use with 120VAC dimmable ballast LED loads. LED lamp performance can vary widely depending on manufacturer, model and quality of the lamp and/or its internal power supply. It is recommended that a live test of a LED lamp type is performed prior to volume purchase to assure the low end dimming performance is suitable for application. Lamp types should not be mixed on the same dimmer circuit. JSI will not assume any responsibility for poor low end lamp performance associated with some lower cost/quality products.
Specifications subject to change without notice.
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