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wireless lighting control node

Ce5yearsIp56WirelessDimmable

A general-purpose wireless node, providing individual dimming control to its connected luminaire. Housed in an IP56 rated box, ideal for controlling any DALI-dimmable fitting.

Contains non-volatile memory - it will retain it's individual settings, even after a power cut, but can be remotely easily re-programmed to accommodate a change of use the area beneath the light it is controlling.

At Kellwood Lighting we have a wide selection of lighting to meet your requirements for your project. You can enquire about this specific product via the link on this page. Alternatively feel free to speak to one of our team on +44 (0)1387 255816.

  • Radio Equipment Directive, RED 2014/53/EU
  • Luminaire Standard BS EN 60598

A general purpose wireless node with built-in relay, capable of individual of on/off switching and dimming control of its connected luminaire. Housed in an IP56 rated box, ideal for controlling most 1-10V dimmable fittings (subject to switching load).

Contains non-volatile memory - it will retain it's individual settings, even after a power cut, but can be remotely easily re-programmed to accommodate a change of use the area beneath the light it is controlling.

At Kellwood Lighting we have a wide selection of lighting to meet your requirements for your project. You can enquire about this specific product via the link on this page. Alternatively feel free to speak to one of our team on +44 (0)1387 255816.

  • Radio Equipment Directive, RED 2014/53/EU
  • Luminaire Standard BS EN 60598

Performance Summary
Series CodeLC-LIP-ND1LC-LIP-ND2
DimmingDALI (100% to 0%)1-10V (includes a relay for on/off switching)
Communication868MHz SRD868MHz SRD
Input230VAC230VAC
IP RatingIP56IP56
Cable Entries2 (VAC IN + VAC & DALI OUT)3 (VAC IN + VAC OUT + 1-10V OUT)
Warranty5 Years5 Years
Optic DistributionDesign FeaturesTypical ApplicationsGallery & Case StudiesRelated Products

What are nodes for?

A node allows you to control the luminaire that is physically wired into it. It is best to have one node for each luminaire - this maximises flexibility, allowing control of each luminaire separately, and is typically the simplest arrangement to install. However, where lights are clustered close together, it might be easier to have one node controlling the cluster.

The node only requires a 230VAC power supply. The light's power supply and dimming cable is wired directly into it. This is ideal for retrofit projects.

Other parts that can be included in the wireless control system include:

Collator

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Wireless Photocells

Tablet and Software

Wireless Scene Switches

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