An-10 - Example Configurations

An-10 Warehouse

In this warehouse layout, triggering a detector in any aisle, shown by the red dotted lines, sends an RF signal to all associated devices, both presence detectors and luminaire driver/ballast controllers, within the aisle illuminating the work area.

Movement in any of these racking aisles is used to keep the main central aisle illuminated allowing passage of people and vehicles into adjacent areas.

The wireless switch inputs are utilised to manually turn on the S1 & S2 areas to a pre-determined light level for maintenance and stock taking purposes.

Daylight linking in rows available.

An-10 Small Office
Set-up
  • Four ceiling lights are controlled by the dimmable output of a PIR detector.
  • The PIR detector is configured for absence detection.
  • A push-button wall plate is connected to a concealed switch module.
  • All An-10 devices are set to the same Local Code.
Operation
  • Pressing a button on the wall plate sends a wireless message to the PIR detector which either turns the lights on, sets them to a preset level, or turns them off.
  • The lights are automatically turned off when the room is unoccupied.
An-10 Meeting Room
Set-up
  • Two PIR detectors are used, with their switched and dimmed outputs controlling separate lighting circuits. This provides independent dimmable control of the wall lights, and switched control of the ceiling lights and wipe board strip light.
  • Both PIR detectors are configured for presence detection.
  • Two push-button wall plates are connected to concealed switch modules, providing convenient lighting control from either the entry door or projection screen positions.
  • All An-10 devices are set to the same Local Code.
Operation
  • The lights turn on automatically when someone first enters the room.
  • Pressing a button on either wall plate sends a wireless message to the PIR detector, changing the lighting mood (scene) to suit a meeting or presentation.
  • All lights are automatically turned off when the room is unoccupied.
An-10 Class Room
Set-up
  • In this example the ceiling lights were previously wired using the Vitesse Modular lighting distribution system. The addition of an An-10 modular adaptor adds wireless control capability.
  • The white board strip light is controlled by a slim-line ballast controller.
  • Two PIR detectors are configured for absence detection and maintained illuminance operation.
  • Two push-button wall plates are connected to concealed switch modules, providing convenient lighting control from either the entry door or projection screen positions.
  • All An-10 devices are set to the same Local Code.
Operation
  • Pressing a button on either wall plate sends a wireless message to the modular adaptors and slim-line ballast controller, which either turns the lights on, sets them to a preset level, or turns them off.
  • The PIR detectors provide feedback of the overall light level and enable the system to dim the ceiling lights according to the amount of natural daylight.
  • All lights are automatically turned off when the room is unoccupied.
An-10 Offices and Corridor
Set-up
  • In each office the ceiling lights are controlled by a PIR detector.
  • Two PIR detectors are used in the corridor, but note that only one detector is physically connected to the lights. The other detector communicates wirelessly with the first. Corridor lights are turned on as soon as one of the detectors picks up movement.
  • All PIR detectors are configured for presence detection.
  • An-10 devices are set to different Local Codes in each office and in the corridor, allowing each to function independently.
  • Area Codes are set to allow common control between each office and the corridor.
Operation
  • On entering the corridor, its lights are turned on automatically. Similarly, entering either of the offices will turn their lights on.
  • All office lights are automatically turned off when the corresponding office or corridor is unoccupied.
  • However, while either office is occupied, the An-10 system uses the Area Code to hold the corridor lights on for safety and convenience.