Initial factory settings (standard)
The Zelda S, Scoop S, Cadix and Prioriled luminaires use a fixed LED current setting, non-adjustable.
 For all the other luminaires in the ECLATEC range, the current setting is adjusted prior to shipping by pre-programming in the factory.

This pre-setting following this procedure:
• When the order contains precise indications or a prior photometric study has been done, the corresponding power settings are applied.
• By default, in the absence of such in indications or a prior photometric study, the setting corresponds to the maximum power supply. 

Options 
ECLATEC offers up to seven different options depending on the type of luminaire; however, four important points should be kept in mind: 

• not all the options can be combined with each other, (See compatibility table within compensates flux option) 
• they are not necessarily all available on all the luminaires; compatibility details can be found in the table on the table of the front page, 
• certain options require factory pre-setting, others can be adjusted on site, 
• finally, once an option has been chosen, all the characteristics must be specified when placing the order (high and low setpoints, lighting/dimming times, etc.).

Adjustable Current Option and Dimming Controller Option (POLEDRIVE) 

This module to be installed at pole base will enable:

• Either modify constant LED current setting, Adjustable Current 
• Or apply dimming scenario, Dimming Controller 

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Adjustable Current Option 

This option allows the LED supply current to be adjusted. 
The factory-set power can be modified on-site after installation of the luminaires 
This operation can be carried out by an electrically-qualified operator by adjusting a rotating switch on a module fitted in the foot of the mast without switching off the power supply. 

This module communicates with the luminaire via a DALI protocol. It is therefore possible to subsequently upgrade easily to a remote management system using the same protocol.

Dimming Controller Option

This option allows a reduced power range to be selected from prede ned scenarios, with two thresholds at the start and end of the night. A lighting level is allocated to this with high and low set-points. 

The parameters are factory-set and can be modified on-site after installation. 

This operation can be carried out by an electrically-qualified operator by adjusting rotating switches on a module fitted in the foot of the mast without switching off the power supply. 

This module communicates with the luminaire via a DALI protocol. It is therefore possible to subsequently upgrade easily to a remote management system using the same protocol.

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1 - High setpoint (Power adjustable on site from 10% to 100%)
2 - Low setpoint (Power adjustable on site from 10% to 100%)
3 - 14 pre-programmed night profile scenarios

Dimming calculator option (Dimming 5) 

The Dimming 5 dimming calculator allows a certain level of illuminance to be allocated to different times of day (from 2 to 5 slots). 

Based on the daily operating time of the luminaire, a microprocessor in the power unit is able to determine the «middle of the night»; the dimming periods are adjusted around the «middle of the night» as so de ned. 

The times and dimming levels are pre-programmed in the factory.

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Detector Option (Motion) 

The proposed infra-red type detector uses temperature differences to operate. 

It adapts to a maximum height of 6 m and covers a detection angle of approximately 80°.

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The presence detector is used to set two lighting levels and the time the light remains on after the person detected has left the area. Switching on the light can also be set according to the level of ambient light.

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All these parameters are factory-set and can be modi ed on-site after installation by adjustments on the luminaire. 

Motion sensor and dimming calculator option (Motion 5) 

Combining a motion sensor with a dimming calculator gives the cumulated advantages of the two options.
The detection function allows full lighting to be switched on for a given time, including during the dimming periods. 

The times and dimming levels are pre-programmed in the factory by computer.

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 Motion P option (DEDP) 

The Motion P option is composed of:

• a detection box with an infrared type detector operating on
the measured temperature changes when pedestrians pass or cyclists pass at moderate speed.This detection module, which is available in two shades of grey, is xed up to 6m on the pole . 

• of a DALI control module which is installed at the foot of the pole. 

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The Motion P sleeve, which 
is built into the detection box, allows a top mounting on Ø 60 mm pole.

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Standalone moving sensor 

The Motion P option allows to configure:

• two lighting levels: a low level when persons have not been detected, and a high level when a person is detected 

• The high level time after the detected person has left the zone

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The settings are pre-set in the factory by default and can be changed on site after installation. This work can be carried out by con guring rotating switches on the module housed in the foot of the pole, without cutting the power supply, by an operator who has an electricity quali cation. 

Moving sensor combined with dimming calculator

Offset detection also allows to combine the presence detection to a dimming calculator by con guring a rotating switch.

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The settings are factory-set by default and can be modi ed on- site after installation. 

This operation can be carried out by an electrically-quali ed operator by adjusting rotating switches on a module tted in the foot of the pole without cutting the power supply. 

This module communicates with the luminaire via a DALI protocol. It is therefore possible to subsequently upgrade easily to a remote management system using the same protocol. 

DALI system option 

The luminaire is compatible with the majority of control modules using the DALI protocol.
DALI is a two-way data exchange protocol. Firstly, it allows each luminaire identi ed by its address to be accurately controlled and secondly, it is able to transfer data relating to its operation. 

The DALI protocol requires two extra wires connected to the network. 

Communication option 

The communication module, combined with a motion sensor and an external antenna, allows the luminous intensity of a set of LED devices to be varied when a presence is detected, thereby providing optimum user comfort. 

Depending on scenarios of people’s movements, different con gurations can be set for switching on the lights and the illuminance level, enabling signi cant energy savings to be made. 

Given the large variety of solutions available, each case must be the subject of a specific study.

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Compensated flux option (FC) 

The FC option compensates for the depreciation of the luminaire by progressively increasing the supply current of the LED, autonomously and based on the number of operating hours. The luminaire’s luminous ux is therefore kept constant throughout its operating life, always providing the optimum quantity of light required. 

The FC function only concerns certain luminaires (See the tabel of led solutions overview) ; it can be activated without any other options, but it is also compatible with the Dimming 5 and Motion 5 options (see table below)

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Choosing a luminaire 

Basically, the choice of a luminaire will take account at least of the following information: 

• Model of luminaire
• Size (if there are several sizes per model) + fixation
• Module (if there are several modules per model)
• Photometric distributions
• Colour of module (when there is a choice – typically sand grey 150 or 900 for ORALED)
• Colour temperature (if there are several temperatures per model)
• Current (if adjustable current)
• Options (depending on the choice for each model) RE, CA2, Dimming 5, Motion, Motion 5, DALI, FC; in the first cases, the setpoint values and the lighting/dimming times must be specified.
• Electrical Class

Settings and options