Distributed Controller, Digital Remote Wall Station
A microprocessor-based digital wallstation which provides a convenient means to add pushbutton controls for on/off, preset, raise/lower, partition control or other user interface to a Synergy~174; lighting control system. An infrared receiver is standard for remote operation and programming of station functions from an accessory SYWR HHP wireless hand held remote programmer.
The SYRSP connects to a Synergy~174; system. All station buttons are fully programmable from the Synergy~174; controller or software and, like all Synergy~174; inputs and outputs, fully accessible to BACnet~8482; building automation systems. This allows system wide daylight harvesting and dimming to be fully integrated into the building control system more simply and economically. Room switching and dimming parameters can be easily incorporated into a time schedule, dimming preset, or progressive load shedding strategy for maximum occupant comfort and energy savings.
The SYRSP EXT is for applications requiring manual and automatic control of fluorescent or HID lighting equipped with compatible 4-wire (0-10V) electronic dimming ballasts, and, for applications requiring manual and automatic control of RT5~8482; or similar fluorescent fixtures equipped with step-dimming ballasts, fluorescent fixtures wired for inboard/outboard switching or two independent lighting zones.
The SYRSP EXT contains fully integrated occupancy sensor and photocell inputs for automated energy management. It may be used as a stand-alone distributed room controller or connected to a Synergy~174; system for timeclock control and integration with a building automation system. For distributed control, the SYRSP EXT provides local on/off, manual dimming and automated daylight dimming control of fluorescent or HID lighting equipped with compatible 4-wire (0-10V) electronic dimming ballasts. It also provides local on/off, manual and automatic control of RT5~8482; or similar fluorescent fixtures equipped with step-dimming ballasts, fluorescent fixtures wired for inboard/outboard switching or two independent lighting zones.
Stations are single gang, screwless appearance and are available with 1 to 9 buttons in a variety of painted and metallic finishes. ~13;~10;
Button caps can be engraved with labels having up to two lines of text. ~13;~10;
Standard infrared receiver adds capability for operation and programming of station functions from an accessory remote.~13;~10;
Microprocessor-based wallstation incorporates an advanced, easy to configure daylight harvesting algorithm. ~13;~10;
When used with Sensor Switch~174; occupancy sensors, all settings either adjust automatically to actual room usage or are set at the station, eliminating costly "ladder time" spent making adjustments to the sensor. ~13;~10;
Use Sensor Switch power packs to switch up to two full 20A circuits on each zone, eliminating the need for home run wiring back to panel mounted relays. ~13;~10;
Provides intuitive manual control of bi-level lighting. ~13;~10;
Button operation may be field configured via the Synergy~174; system controller to satisfy a wide variety of project requirements. ~13;~10;
Integral LED indicator on each button provides status. ~13;~10;
Stations connect to a Synergy~174; system controller via the four wire SYA CABLEA4 control station network wire which can be shared by up to 60 SYRS and SQCS stations per system controller.
Application Type : Education, Government, Healthcare, Hospitality, Manufacturing, Offices and Banks, Religious, Retail, Warehouses