DALI CIRCLE CONTROL: the perfect entry into the world of digital lighting control. Simple, practical and intuitive.
October 20th, 2009
From the classroom to the office, lighting control is essential to providing a healthy, functioning environment. The ‘DALI CIRCLE CONTROL’ point from Zumtobel offers a simple, practical and intuitive digital lighting management solution.
Measuring just 85mm square the DALI CIRCLE CONTROL aims to replace a variety of other common switches and rotary controllers – with lighting scene buttons and controllers arranged in a circle around the on/off switch.
Illuminated indicators show which lighting scenes are active, while a red indicator helps to locate the power switch even when the room is dark.
The compact, simple and straightforward design includes all the components you need, there’s no need for a technician to program it and no special commissioning equipment is required – it can be commissioned as easily as a car radio.
As it’s so simple to install there is no trouble wiring several CIRCLE control points in parallel or on a DALI control line at any point.
The advantages of being able to independently control lighting scenes can be easily seen in the classroom, where the ability to effectively light the blackboard can prevent students’ eyestrain, while shutting off zones can remove distractions during tests or presentations.
Similarly, in the office, as we move away from static desk work to multifaceted workspaces, the need to control different lighting zones is becoming increasingly apparent.
For simple, practical and efficient digital lighting control, you can’t go past Zumtobel’s DALI CIRCLE CONTROL.
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