DIN-Rail Mount, 6 Channel 0-10V Ballast controller. To dim your Fluorescent Tube Lights and save tube Lights energy
also gives different mood lighting in the room for a more comfortable lighting for the human eyes. It Can Control
6 channel, each can handle 30 Looped 0-10V Ballasts, Inclusive with 16A relay per channel. 220/110 VAC, 50-
60Hz (Green operated supplied by 24VAC/30mA) output status LED indicator, network health, broadcast address
button and Momentary channel button. Can be used in any location that require energy saving, intelligent control
Q: Can We Dim Flourescent Tubes?
A: There are 3 types of Dimmable ballasts
Type A: is DALI
Type B: is 0-10V
Type C: is DSI
Some New technology Energy saving Bulbs are also Dimmable.
We have Made our technology very stable, to make sure that there is a stable supply of current that flows smoothly and evenly in stable form to avoid any flickering in those energy saving dimmable bulbs.. (Unlike other manufacturers)
As General Information to cover Florescent lighting and dimming in simple way, we would like to talk about it as following:
A dimmer switch can provide a more mellow feel to a room than the bright glare ... At the same time, compact fluorescent lights are dimmable ... Achieving mellow lighting while cutting electricity costs. Ballast is a device used with an electric-discharge lamp to obtain the necessary circuit conditions (voltage, current and waveform) for starting and operating: all fluorescent and high intensity discharge (HID) light sources require a ballast for proper operation.
An instant start ballast starts lamps without heating the cathodes at all by using a high voltage (around 600 V). It is the most energy efficient type, but gives the least number of starts from a lamp as emissive oxides are blasted from the cold cathode surfaces each time the lamp is started. This is the best type for installations where lamps are not turned on and off very often.
A rapid start ballast applies voltage and heats the cathodes simultaneously. Provides superior lamp life and more cycle life, but uses slightly more energy as the cathodes in each end of the lamp continue to consume heating power as the lamp operates. A dimming circuit can be used with a dimming ballast, which maintains the heating current while allowing lamp current to be controlled.
A programmed-start ballast is a more advanced version of rapid start. This ballast applies power to the filaments first, then after a short delay to allow the cathodes to preheat, applies voltage to the lamps to strike an arc. This ballast gives the best life and most starts from lamps, and so is preferred for applications with very frequent power cycling such as vision examination rooms and restrooms with a motion detector switch.