BEG’S DALI LINK system on show at Lux Live

BEG Lighting Controls will be showcasing its smartphone-accessible DALI LINK system at Lux Live (stand I4)on November 13-14 at the ExCel in London.


he DALI LINK system is an easy way to provide a flexible, scalable DALI lighting control system. The

Bluetooth-enabled system is easy to configure and change as room uses evolve, from changing scenes to adjusting light brightness. A simple starter pack includes the super-flat

B.E.G. PD11 occupancy sensor, Bluetooth pushbutton interface and power supply, all in a practical starter box, which is available from selected electrical wholesalers. The BEG PD11 is a flush fitting occupancy sensor with a thickness of less than 1mm and is hardly visible once it has been fitted into the ceiling. It provides intelligent lighting control by reliably detecting brightness and movement in the room within an area of up to 9m. For larger areas the PD4 version is available which provides up to 20m coverage. The innovative pushbutton interface is combined with a suitable retractable switch plate. It houses a Bluetooth interface, which allows easy programming via a smartphone or tablet device using the free BEG App. The app contains a protected area which allows the installer to parameterise the components of the DALI LINK and all devices and their setting options can be automatically queried and displayed. The end user can activate pre-set scenes at

any time and create scenes with up to 16 scenarios available or create their own. The lighting can also be conventionally switched and dimmed as required. The power supply allows

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operation of the system with short-circuit detection and overheating protection. DALI LINK also includes a night light and guide light by simply selecting the desired brightness via a pushbutton making it ideal for the illumination of corridors. Designed with two powerful and dimmable LEDs as a downlight, the guide light can individually set the light threshold for each light scene. The BEG PD11 occupancy sensor can automatically switch on the required brightness for switching the light on at dusk and switching it off at dawn. The orientation light is brighter than the night light and can be configured as an alternative to the main light, this is ideal for hospitals offering substantial energy cost-savings. When motion is detected the guide light is switched on instead of the main lights. By pressing the pushbutton, the main light can be switched on and it will then automatically switch off after a pre-determined lag time. The BEG PD11 sensor can also switch the main light on instead of the orientation light if motion is detected, which can be manually switched off again by pressing the pushbutton. All DALI lighting groups, the push button interface and sensors (including slaves) use just

one single DALI wiring making it easy for electrical contractors and electricians to install. Each multi-sensor can be programmed and included in the DALI line as additional slave devices. Additional BEG parts can be ordered to increase the capacity of the system including a scene switch plate. The offset regulation offers the possibility to

control up to two lighting zones. This feature can be used by end users to create a structured lighting level which takes the daylight into consideration. These products are gaining in popularity, with applications ranging from school classrooms, office meeting rooms, exhibition visitor centres to category A fit out. BEG Director for UK & Ireland, Paul Jones, said:

“We’re looking forward to welcoming visitors to our stand at Lux Live where we will have our biggest presence at the show in recent years. “The team are keen to demonstrate the new

B.E.G. DALI LINK system which is easy to use and enables the end user to control room lighting and scene selection individually at a touch of a button from a compatible smartphone.”

A simple starter pack includes the super-flat B.E.G. PD11 occupancy sensor, Bluetooth

pushbutton interface and power supply, all in a practical starter box.

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