The Virtual Day Lighting Simulator Module (230Vac 50Hz, 750W) is a flexible controller that provides a Dawn-Day-Dusk-Night lighting effect for use in a variety of applications.
The length of time for the daybreak/nightfall cycles is user adjustable between 1 Second and 120 Minutes thus providing a gradual transition in lighting intensity.
The duration of the Day/Night cycles is also user adjustable between 1 Second and 120 Minutes.
In addition, a Day/Night Effect input allows the user to indefinitely hold the unit at either the Day or Night cycle. On releasing the input the unit will continue to cycle through the Dawn-Day-Dusk-Night sequence from where it left off. The Day/Night Effect input can be connected to a cyclical timer to produce a continuous and realistic Dawn-Day-Dusk-Night of whatever duration is required.
The following adjustments/controls are available to the user:
Useful in a variety of applications including poultry-farming, design studios, security and safety lighting and children's bedrooms.
The module is supplied fully assembled and has an onboard safety fuse and LED 'On' indicator. All you need to do is house it in a suitable enclosure, add the wiring, switches and lights.
Suitable for use with conventional incandescent filament light bulbs only. NOT SUITABLE for use with inductive loads or other types of bulbs e.g. fluorescent, CFL, halogen, transformer, etc.Specifications
|Operating Voltage||230Vac 50Hz mains|
|Output Load||750 Watts maximum|
|Output Load (Minimum)||50 Watt minimum|
|Ramp Time Adjustment||1-120 Seconds or 1-120 Minutes|
|Solid Time Adjustment||1-120 Seconds or 1-120 Minutes|
|Day/Night Effect Input||Contact closure (switch, relay, etc)|
|Reset Input||Contact closure (switch, relay, etc)|
|Dimensions||98 x 71 x 32 mm|
|Control Switch||785.663UK (3 Position)|
|Product Format||PRE-ASSEMBLED Electronic Module Product Format Info|
|WARNING||Product operates at mains voltage and is not suitable for children. An isolating enclosure is required (not included). Installation, testing and commissioning should be performed by a competent person. Mains Electricity Info|