The trade name ‘RadioControl’ represents the MSB WL system (Wireless Monitoring Light Point), which has been developed to monitor the operation statuses of individual luminaires. It is designed for all types of luminaires in both outdoor and indoor lighting. The luminaires can be both with an electronic ballast and with a classical electromagnetic ballast.
The system consists of two parts: the MSB-K WL concentrator located in the control unit of the CPU DATMO PLS, and the MSB-C WL element which is located in the luminaire. The MSB-C WL element has several solution options. The options are based on the requirements for ballast control types or the function of the luminaire.
The MSB-C WL elements are located in the module in the NEMA standard (with a 7-pin connector) or in the DATMOLUX module for external assembly.
The electronics in the luminaires consist of a standard ballast and the electronics for the control and transmission of data from the luminaire. (MSB-C WL element) The MSB-C WL elements are placed on the luminaire via a connector in the NEMA standard, including a cover, or they can be placed into an external box with a bushing for cables (the Datmolux version).
MSB-C WL DALI GPS
A wireless element for the transmission of data from the luminaire with a GPS/Glonass device to find the current location. The element is used for the current pre-construction condition survey during the installation of the light point.
MSB-C WL DALI
A wireless element for the transmission of data from the luminaire, which is equipped with a ballast with the DALI line.
A wireless element for the transmission of data from the luminaire. The element contains its own wattmeter and relay for the possibility of the galvanic switching on/off of the luminaire. The element is used, for example, to control the spotlights of festive lighting.
Complete application of the MSB WL system with DLE I luminaires from the company DATmoLUX, which are located on aluminium poles.
Application of the MSB WL system with TITANIA luminaires with external assembly into the DATMOLUX module.
installation via flexible connection directly to the WAGO connector.