LIMAS Line PRO offers a variety of features for needs-based lighting control and for extensive monitoring of the light fittings. Thanks to the intuitive user interface, system settings can be easily adjusted.
LIMAS Line PRO
LIMAS Line BASIC
|User-friendly user interface||✔||✔|
|Motion detection (Light on Demand)||✔||✔|
|Conventional switches / buttons can be integrated||✔||✔|
|Calendar function for configuring day-/time-specific lighting settings (scenes)||✔||-|
|Integration of the light management system in a higher-level building management system (BACnet protocol)||✔||-|
|Max. number of ballasts per system||192||64|
|Emergency light monitoring||✔||-|
|Max. number of single battery emergency light fittings||50||-|
|DALI power supply necessary||-||✔|
|Installation by||Assembly staff||End user|
|Installation in||Control cabinet||Flush-mounted box|
|Floor plan of the given room can be reproduced rudimentary and then equipped and configured with the light fittings, sensors and buttons / switches||-||✔|
|System backups possible||✔||✔|
|Communication and power line in one cable||✔||✔|
LIMAS Line PRO offers the possibility to integrate sensors. In addition to the presence-dependent control by temperature differences (PIR sensor), daylight-dependent control of the lighting can also be taken into account. Thanks to different detection areas, LIMAS Line PRO is also the right solution for industrial halls.
A converter is required to connect conventional switches or buttons. A maximum of four switches / buttons can be connected per converter. The compact design of the converter allows it to be easily placed in surface and flush-mounted boxes.
If additional emergency light fittings with a single battery are operated via LIMAS Line PRO, function and duration tests can be carried out at any time/day and thus central monitoring can be implemented (see DIN VDE V 0180-100-1). The results of the emergency lighting tests are documented centrally and can be exported. The emergency light fittings can be operated in three switching modes maintained, stand-by and controlled.
A calendar function can be used to specify day-specific lighting settings (scenes). Both one-off events and annually repeating events (holidays) can be saved. In addition to whole days, time-specific lighting settings are also possible. This makes sense if e.g. the entire lighting is to be switched to 100% during core working hours.