NOD Receiver

Device that receives radio detection information from the SIR Wireless sensor or a VIA relay.

The NOD instantly resumes the lighting intensity when it receives radio information from a priority instruction sent to the LED driver (the level and the duration can be adjusted).

Grading scenarios can be programmed in the NOD using the SensyCity application, with up to 5 time phases per night.

Power supply built into the module for simplified installation into lamppost bases.

 

Advantages

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  • Easy to install on all kinds of lampposts.
  • The adaptable installations can be re-configured and extended.

Technical specifications

Mechanical specifications:

  • Mechanical strength: IK08 casing
  • IP54 protection rating.
  • Material: polypropylene casing and protective skirt in thermoplastic elastomer.
  • Colour: black

Electrical specifications:

  • Main power supply: 220-240 VAC / 50-60 Hz
  • Power consumption: < 1W
  • Electrical class: Class 2
  • Overvoltage resistance: 4kV
  • Also available in 9-30 Vdc battery version, LED driver control only on the dry contact output.

Communication:

  • Between light points: Secure LoRa radio
  • LED driver control: DALI or dry contact output.

Installation:

  • Operating temperature: -20°C to +60°C
  • Wiring: 5 metres of cable included (4 conductors).
  • Mounting: 3 holes / 2 M4 self-tapping screws.
  • Recommended height: 3 m to 4.5 m.

On-site configuration:

  • On-site configuration interface: SensyCity application.
  • On-site configuration tools: USB radio dongle.
  • Many functions can be adjusted on-site.

Standards and certifications

  • Product standards: NF EN 60529
  • Product standards: NF EN 61347-2-11 street lighting)
  • EC Certifications