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1 to 10 V interface

Lighting control protocols for the control of lighting and lighting systems are divided into analog and digital control. The 1 to 10 V interface is a standardized analog control protocol for dimmers with which they control the electronic ballasts between 1 V and 10 V. The 1 V value corresponds to the lowest dimming value and thus the highest brightness.

The 1 V value corresponds to the lowest dimming value and thus the highest brightness, the 10 V value corresponds to the highest dimming value and the lowest brightness.

The control voltage is transmitted between the control unit, i.e. the dimmer, and the electronic ballast via a two-core control line. Separate lines are available for the supply voltage. The electronic ballast provides the regulated control power. The control itself can be manual, via remote control or automatic.

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Englisch: 1 to 10 V interface
Updated at: 03.02.2016
#Words: 130
Links: analog, digital, V interface, protocol, brightness
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