Uses Smart Technology to precisely dim ActiveLED® C-Type Lighting equipment, from 0% (off) to 100% in 2% increments
ActiveLED® Light Fixtures are energy efficient, high performance for illuminating a broad set of applications, including indoor, offices, outdoor, trails, walkways, streets, parking lots, canopies and other pedestrian areas.
ActiveLED® light fixtures consume at least 50-85 percent less energy than conventional lighting and can be configured with a variety of options that provide additional energy savings.
With its patented design and superior LED elements, ActiveLED lights are a reliable light source with a 90,000-hour lumen life, making them a maintenance-free solution for applications where changing bulbs and ballasts can be hazardous, expensive or difficult.
LightSpace® Digital / Rotary Dimmer Application
The LightSpace Digital / Rotary Dimmer is designed to be connected to ActiveLED C-Series power supplies / fixtures and one Digital Dimmer can be used to dim one or many ActiveLED lighting fixtures, providing the ability to adjust light levels to suit user needs while saving even more energy.
Unlike conventional dimmers, the LightSpace Digital / Rotary Dimmer reduces the power consumption of the ActiveLED lights in proportion to the dimming percentage. For example, dimming down to light level 40 reduces the power consumption to just 9% and therefore energy costs.
The digital dimmer is connected to the dimmer input of one ActiveLED lighting fixture using a 6-wire cable terminated with 6-pin RJ-12 connectors.
A group of dimmable ActiveLED light fixtures (ActiveLED C-Series power supplies) can be interconnected using a 4-wire communication link that is terminated in an RJ-11 / RJ-12 connector.
ActiveLED® Occupancy Zone
The number of ActiveLED lighting fixtures that can be controlled from a single AcriveLED dimmer is virtually limitless. Each interconnected LED power supply repeats the digital dimming setting to the next connected power supply, thereby giving unlimited flexibility in managing a defined ActiveLED lighting Occupancy Zone.
Adding a motion/occupancy sensor to the configuration offers additional management capabilites, further reducing power consumption and therefore energy costs of the lighting fixtures within the occupancy zone.
Depending upon the size and shape of the defined space and the number of entry and exit points, one dimmer can be combined with up to 10 (ten) motion/occupancy sensors in designing the Occupancy Zone to provide the maximum energy savings.
ActiveLED® Brightness Settings and Fixture Power Consumption
ActiveLED® Brightness Settings relative to Fixture Power Consumption
The ActiveLED system architecture is unique in its efficiency, design and the way the ActiveLED Elements are driven. This chart accurately details the substantial energy savings that can be achieved when deploying a manageable ActiveLED lighting network.
Combining this architecture with a LightSpace™ Appliance, including the LightSpace Manager-IR, provides additional energy savings that are somewhat exponential to the reduced light level.
An ActiveLED 104 Watt High Bay Strip with the brightness dimmed down to brightness level 50, then the total power consumption of that fixture is 16.64 Watt (16% of 104 Watt) at this brightness level of 50.
An ActiveLED 104 Watt High Bay Strip with the brightness dimmed down to brightness level 30, then the total power consumption of that fixture is a mere 5.2 Watt (5% of 104 Watt) at this brightness level of 30.
This same chart and percentages not only apply to any of our lighting fixtures with the external dimming controls, including the Rotary Digital Dimmer and the LightSpace Manager, but also to any pre-programmed ActiveLED fixture.
Although the light output of ActiveLED fixtures can be dimmed in 2% increments, the chart on the left accurately portrays the percentage power consumption for each incremental brightness setting of 10.
ActiveLED® Communication Cables for the LightSpace Digital Rotary Dimmer
The LightSpace Digital Rotary Dimmer connects to an ActiveLED power supply as per the EDSaP wiring specification, using either standard RJ12 6-wire "flat ribbon" or UTP cable using RJ-12 male connectors (UTP recommended).
Interconnect each ActiveLED lighting fixture to provide a lighting network / occupancy zone as per the EDSaP wiring specification, using either Standard RJ-11 / RJ12 (4-wire) "flat ribbon" or UTP cabling (UTP recommended).
NOTE: Cables not included in the price of the Dimmer.
Ringdale uses the latest in energy efficient LEDs and LED Modules producing equal or greater light output than fluorescent light fixtures. Our state-of-the-art electronics monitor current and temperature of the substrate to assure maximum performance under the prevailing environmental conditions and a Lumen Lifetime of 90,000 hours (90% Luminous Flux).
We provide mechanically robust LED lighting systems; our warranties are 10 years on LED elements, fixtures, drivers / power supplies and the Digital Rotary Dimmer.
Ringdale is an ISO 9001:2000 company, registered under BSI certificate FM-1880. Ringdale provides products of the highest quality designed and manufactured in Texas and in the United Kingdom.
ActiveLED® Digital / Rotary Dimmer Part Number: 00-27-0607-0000
|Dimmer Connection to LED Light:
|6-conductor flat ribbon or UTP Cable:
• 6-pin RJ-12 connectors
|Inter-Connection, LED to LED Fixture:
|4-conductor flat ribbon or UTP Cable:
• 4-pin RJ-11 connector one end
• 6-pin RJ-12 connector the other end
|ActiveLED lighting fixture with the Digital Management option (comms ports)
|Powered by the attached ActiveLED fixture (12 volts DC)
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