An-10 Wireless Lighting Control

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An-10 wireless technology allows you to install a fully featured lighting control system easily and with minimal disruption.

An-10 has been specifically created to allow you to embrace the advantages of wireless technology, while at the same time offering all of the features and functionality demandedĀ of modern day lighting control systems.

  • Wireless signals can pass through walls, floors and ceilings, so you can position switches and detectors exactly where you need them.
  • No need to run costly control wires between devices or back to a central controller.
  • Reduces installation times and minimises disruption, making it an ideal solution for retrofit and new builds alike.
  • Easier to meet building regulations and today's demands for greater energy efficiency.
  • Ideal for historic and listed buildings where disturbing the building fabric is difficult or impossible.
  • System functionality is achieved by programming, not hardwiring, making it incredibly easy to design the operation of your lighting control system.
  • If you need to reorganise your living or working space, simply move and/or reprogram devices for the new layout. This is particularly useful for open-plan environments.
  • Adding extra devices is simple. No additional control wiring is required; simply install the extra device, program it into the system and you are ready to go!
Flexible, Independent Device Addressing

Every An-10 device within a system uses a number of different address codes that identify its place within that system and how it interacts with other devices.

A Building Code is used to identify devices that form part of the same overall system. This allows An-10 sys- tems in adjacent buildings to be completely independent and prevents cross-system interference.

A Local Code typically defines all devices in a specific location

For example, the switch plates, sensors and dimmers in one room may all share the same Local Code so that only the devices in that room are controlled and do not affect, or are affected by, devices in other rooms. An optional Sub Local Code can also be used to further subdivide devices within a room if required.

One or more Area Codes will allow common control across multiple locations. Typical applications of Area Codes include 'corridor hold' schemes.

An-10 scene selection
Scene 1: All modular luminaires on and left and right downlights dimmed for hot desk working.
Lux level sensing
Scene 2: Modular luminaires dimmed and downlights on for meeting.
Lux level sensing
Scene 3: Modular luminaires off and downlights dimmed for presentation. One by screen is off.
Lux level sensing
Scene 4: Downlights on for informal gathering.

The Perfect Lighting Level at the Flick of a Switch

Scene selection allows the recall of pre-programmed lighting levels to create different moods or to suit different uses within an environment.

A scene is a selection of circuits that are set to individual lighting levels and stored. They can then be invoked by a switch connected to the An-10 inpuunit or the presence detector detecting a person.

For example, in a meeting room you may want one scene that sets all lights at maximum level for meetings, but another scene that sets the individual circuits to different levels for presentations.

An-10 allows up to 20 local scenes and up to 120 area scenes that can be easily programmed via infrared handsets.