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C-Bus Auxiliary Input Unit, 4 Channel, Learn Enabled

Catalogue Number: L5504AUX
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  • 1 PCE

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Clipsal
REACh Regulation
Free of Substances of Very High Concern above the threshold
REACh free of SVHC
Yes
EU RoHS Directive
Compliant
Toxic heavy metal free
Yes
Mercury free
Yes
RoHS exemption information
Yes
China RoHS Regulation
X
Circularity Profile
ENVEOLI121001EN

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the current rating per channel for an L5504D2UP

The current rating per channel is 2.5A

What is part number for 0-10v C BUS DIMMER?

Part number is L5504AMP.

Does the L5504RVF have it's own power supply?

Yes it has a 200mA power supply..
For further information , visit link below:-
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/search-results?q=L5504RVF
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What is part no for power supply to suit L5504D2UP

Part no 5500PS
for  more information on this part please refer to https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=5500PS

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Is part number L5504D2U suitable for dimming LED?

Yes. The L5504D2U is suitable for LED dimming.

Key Features

  • 4 channel Leading Edge/Trailing Edge
  • 12M DIN modules wide
  • 4 channels of 2.5A rating
  • Suitable for low voltage electronic transformers, incandescent lamps and low voltage lamps with iron core transformersl
  • automatic load sensing
  • software selectable network burden and C-Bus system clock
  • inbuilt 200mA C-Bus power supply
  • C-Bus Learn Enabled
  • for use with Leading Edge or Trailing Edge compatible low voltage transformers
  • 215 mm x 85 mm x 65 mm
for more information, please visit:https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=L5504D2U

 

Can C-Bus operate 0-10V light fittings

Yes, it requires a L5504AMP, and must be used in conjunction with a C-Bus system and can dim 0-10V or 1-10V ballasts.

Output Rating - Sinking: 15mA at Vout = 0V, 8mA at Vout = 10V, i.e. I = 15-(0.7*Vout)mA
Output Rating - Sourcing: 2.5mA (i.e. minimum of 4kΩ)

What are the codes for 4 channel, 10A, CBus relays?

L5504RVF - DIN rail mounted 4 channel 10A relay with power supply
L5504RVFP - DIN rail mounted 4 channel 10A relay without CBus power supply

What is the part number for a Cbus Universal Dimmer ?

The part nos is

L5504D2U  > this has inbuilt power supply
L5504D2UP > this has NO inbuilt power supply

This is the link to the webpage https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=L5504D2U
https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=L5504D2UP

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What are the C-BUS Relay part numbers?

You have several options for relays, Catalogue numbers and information below.

L5504RVF, L5504RVFP** - 4 Channel voltage free relay - 10amps per channel
L5508RVF, L5508RVFP** - 8 Channel voltage free relay - 10amps per channel
L5512RVF, L5512RVFP** - 12 Channel voltage free relay - 10amps per channel

L5504RVF20, L5504RVF20P** - 4 Channel voltage free relay - 20amps per channel

L5508RELVP - 8 Channel Extra Low Voltage Relay

5101R - Single and Two Channel 250v AC 10amp relay
5102RVF - Single and Two Channel 250v AC 10amp Voltage Free Relay

** Any part number that has a 'P' after the part number for Din Rail mount units does NOT include a C-Bus 200ma Power Supply.

What to do when C-Bus dimmer channel will not turn off ?

First of all check that the programming is correct.
If using LED lights, the LED may stay on when the channel is off, this is due to the leakage current being enough to power the LED, use of a 31LCDA may resolve this issue.
If using Halogen and  the channel will not turn off, there may be damage to the electronics on this channel - Electricians only to perform this check, disconnect the Active's , Neutral and Earth from the unit, remove the cable for the load on that channel then with a multimeter check between the Neutral and that suspect channel output, if you see a low resistance the Triac has shorted.
Advise not to use this channel and label as faulty, other channels on this dimmer should still be ok to use as per normal, alternatively you could return this unit for a quote on repair, note a repair may not be possible.