AS NZS 62386.304:2020 pdf free

09-01 comment

AS NZS 62386.304:2020 pdf free.Digital addressable lighting interface Part 304: Particular requirements一Input devices一Light sensor (IEC 62386-304:2017 (ED. 1.0) MOD).
NOTE It is possible for “hysteresis BandHigh” to exceed the maximum possible “inputValue” in cases where “inputValue” is large and hysteresis is increased. Software developers can choose to limit “hysteresis BandHigh” to the maximum possible “inputValue’ . Figure 2 shows an example of “inputValue”changes, together with the resultant hysteresis bands (vertical lines) for the case where “hysteresis” is 10 % and“hysteresisMin” is 50. At measurements 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10, the illuminance level event is generated due to the new “inputValue”being outside of the previously calculated range of [“hysteresis BandLow”, “hysteresis BandHigh”]. Measurements 3, 7 and 9 do not generate the iluminance level event , because the “ inputValue”is inside the previously calculated range of [‘ hysteresis BandLow, “hysteresis BandHigh”]. The initial values for “hysteresis BandLow” and“hysteresisBandHigh” are 0 due to power up of the device.
9.5 Configuring the input device
9.5.1 Using the report timer
If the report timer is set, it shall generate a ‘repeat’ trigger every Treport even if the “input Value” has not changed. The report timer shall be restarted every time an event is sent.
If multiple devices have the report timer enabled, they might send out conflicting data intended to affect the same control gear. Depending on the application, care needs to be taken when enabling the report timer.
9.5.2 Using the deadtime timer
If the deadtime timer is set, the instance shall not send out an event until the deadtime timer has expired. The deadtime timer shall be restarted every time an event is sent.
9.5.3 Setting the timers
The event report timer shall be programmable as is indicated in Table 3.
For each timer, a fixed minimum duration and a fixed increment in duration are given. The application controller can set the desired actual timer duration by setting the number of increments to a value in the range [0,255]. The resulting time shall be strictly monotonic according to the following formula:
Time = Tincr * multiplier
Only on (re-)starting a timer the actual time shall be calculated based on the corresponding variable. This implies that the times only change after any running timer has been cancelled or expired. The tolerance on the time shall be ±5 %.AS NZS 62386.304 pdf download.

Download It Now Download Here
AS NZS 60598.2.17:2019 AS pdf free download

AS NZS 60598.2.17:2019

AS NZS 60598.2.17:2019 pdf free.Luminaires Part 2.17: Particular requirements—Luminaires for stage lighting, television and film studios (outdoor and indoor). 17.7.2 The luminaires for certain types of high-intensity discharge lamp, where an explosion risk is declared by the lamp manufacturer, shall incorporate a device to prevent immediate access to the lamp after switching-off or shall be marked in accordance with the...
AS NZS 4859.1:2018 AS pdf free download

AS NZS 4859.1:2018

AS NZS 4859.1:2018 pdf free.Thermal insulation materials for buildings Part 1: General criteria and technical provisions. 2.1 GENERAL This Section provides performance criteria and technical provisions for materials to be used in the thermal insulation of buildings and building services. In addition to this Section the insulating material shall— (a) meet packaging and labelling requirements of Section 3; (b) where...
AS NZS 2442.2:2021 AS pdf free download

AS NZS 2442.2:2021

AS NZS 2442.2:2021 pdf free.Performance of household electrical appliances一Rotary clothes dryers Part 2: Energy efficiency labelling requirements. Section 2 Test requirements, calculations and algorithms for the energy rating label 2.1 General This Section sets out the test requirements, equations and procedures br calculating values of the comparative energy consumption (CEC), and star rating, which appear on an energy rating label....


Anonymous netizen Fill in information