The nLight nIO D / nIO 1S is a low voltage device that interfaces and provides network addressability for a variety of non-nLight devices. The nIO D is an output device that controls the dimming level of 0-10 VDC dimming ballasts / LED drivers. The nIO 1S is an input device that detects a toggle or momentary dry contact closure switch. Additionally, the nIO 1S can read a 0-10 VDC dimming control signal from non-nLight dimming photocells and wall dimmers.
nIO D / nIO 1S devices wire into any zone of nLight devices (sensors, power packs, WallPods) using CAT-5 cabling. Class 2 interface wires are present with each unit: an input or an output wire, and a common/ground. The nIO D / nIO 1S comes standard in an inline wired housing or with a 1/2 chase nipple for mounting to a luminaire or junction box knockout (KO option).
When a contact closure is detected, the nIO 1S can operate in one of several modes:
Wall Pod Mode: Turns relays on/off within its zone
Local Scene Mode: Initiates a scene to run on its local zone
Remote Scene Mode: Requests the Gateway to run a system profile on non-local devices or zones
Time Delay Sweep Mode: Initiates an occupancy time delay sweep (i.e., temporarily sets timers to 0, 5 (default), 10, 15, 30 sec or 1 min) When used to read a 0-10 VDC dimming signal, the nIO 1S can control any dimming output within its zone.
When used as an addressable dimming output, the nIO D can control standard (non-DALI) 0-10 VDC dimmable ballasts / LED drivers. This provides a simple cost-effective method of adding additional dimming zones to a room and/or making every fixture individually controllable. This dimming output can be controlled in many ways.
|Application Type||Education, Government, Healthcare, Hospitality, Manufacturing, Offices and Banks, Religious, Retail, Sports and Recreation, Warehouses|
|Brand Name||nLight, Sensor Switch|
|Mounting Type||Unit to J-box|
|Product Type||System Interface|