Configuration options




The corridorFUNCTION V2 enables the illuminance to be linked to the presence or absence of people. A conventional relay motion sensor is connected. The luminous intensity is increased when a person enters the room. When the person leaves the room the motion sensor switches off after a certain delay and the luminous intensity is automatically reduced.

The corridorFUNCTION V2 is particularly beneficial in applications in which light is needed round the clock for safety reasons, for example in public buildings, large apartment complexes, car parks, pedestrian underpasses and underground railway stations. Since the luminous intensity only has to be increased when there is a demand for light, the corridorFUNCTION V2 offers effective lighting management and helps saving energy and costs. Another benefit of the corridorFUNCTION V2 is the enhanced convenience of automatic lighting control.

To ensure correct operation a sinusoidal mains voltage with a frequency of 50 Hz or 60 Hz is required at the control input. Special attention must be paid to achieving clear zero crossings. Serious mains faults may impair the operation of switchDIM and corridorFUNCTION V2.


Profile settings

The Standard profile for activating via 230 V on the interface terminal DA/N – DA/L for 5 minutes is “Never off”.

The LED drivers have different profiles so they can provide the best possible performance in a range of conditions. The profiles are defined by a series of values:

Description corridorFUNCTION profile
  1. Fade-in time: the time that starts as soon as the presence of a person is detected. During the fade-in time the luminous intensity is faded up to the presence value (default: 0 s).
  2. Run-on time: the time that starts as soon as the presence of a person is no longer detected. If the presence of a person is detected again during the run-on time the run-on time is restarted from zero. If no presence is detected during the run-on time the fade time is started as soon as the run-on time expires.
  3. Fade time: the time during which the luminous intensity is faded from the presence value to the absence value (default: 30 s).
  4. Switch-off delay: pthe time during which the absence value is held before the lighting is switched off. Depending on the profile selected the switch-off delay may have different values or may not be defined (default: “Never Off”).
  5. Absence value: the luminous intensity when there is no person present (default: 10 %).
  6. Presence value: the luminous intensity when persons are present (default: 100 %).

Variable switch-off times

The profiles and their values can be freely adjusted. The values can be adjusted via a connection to a DALI bus.

Configuration options

Individually programmable