New 10A pwm controller
- On January 16, 2023
Introducing the zc-pwm-iot-4ch-10a
Our latest 10A pwm controller supports DALI wired and wireless interfaces.
Introducing our 4 channel DALI controllable PWM controller for 12 or 24V led strips. Capable of driving up to 240 watts of LEDs (10A) it is able to provide excellent dimming control via wired or wireless control systems. This product can be programmed to support DT8 RGBW, DT8 Tc or 4 channels of DT6.
Integration made simple.
- Designed to support 12 – 24V DC LED strips
- Maximum power capacity 240W (10A x 24V)
- Field bus enclosure for remote mounting
Switch between modes.
The smart 10A pwm controller supports both DT8 and DT6 with the ability to switch between modes. It comes with a DT8 RGBW, two tuneable white controllers or four DT6 controllers which are compatible with DALI-1 control.
Large pass through terminals blocks for easy wiring.
Suitable for soft wiring systems and with DALI and power connections at the same end. The slim profile of the smart pwm controller allows it to fit through a 90mm downlight cut-out for easy installation.
Available as wireless, wired-DALI, or can act as a wireless bridge between wireless and wired installations.
With a zencontrol system, wired and wireless systems work together seamlessly to create a fully functioning building with no compromises. The zc-pwm-iot-4ch-10a only draws 2mA from the DALI line and can act as a wireless bridge.
DALI-2 certified, what does that mean?
The pwm controller is not only built for DALI-2 but is also certified through the DiiA’s certification program, read about what that means here. Read up on zencontrols other DALI-2 certified products such as the World First DALI-2 certified input device, our zc-switch, or the Worlds first- 303 & 304 certified product,our PIR sensor, as well our DALI-2 certified PSU.
Did you also know zencontrol has an active role in shaping the future of the lighting control industry and DALI-2?
You can discover more about our participation at the IEC(International Electrotechnical Commission),
or read about our commitment to supporting the DiiA in developing DALI-2,
not to mention our engineers dedication to the lighting industry locally and world wide.