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Scening Control and regulation systems
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The SCENING lighting, monitoring and regulation system uses the electrical network to monitor the light thus creating scenes for different
needs in a single space. It uses Powerline technology, which uses the electrical network as a means of data transmission. The advantage of SCENING, as opposed to other monitoring and regulation systems, is that it enables reducing costs and installation time,
as it does not require any additional cabling to the electrical installation. The system consists of a touch panel, an optional remote control,
regulators, converters and transformers. The SCENING touch panel is capable of monitoring up to fi ve scenes, each of which may be
composed of fi ve groups of luminaires called channels. This system is designed for spaces such as boardrooms, meeting and conference rooms, auditoriums, offi ces, shops, restaurants, etc.

1. Characteristics of the Scening System:
In order to control the system, we use Powerline technology which consists of using the 230 V electric grid for data transfer.
The advantage of the Scening system with respect to other control and regulation systems is that it allows us to reduce costs and installation time because it does not involve additional wiring to the electrical system.
The system is formed by a touch pad, an optional remote control, regulators and transformers.
The Scening touch pad is able to control up to fi ve scenes; each one of these can be made up of fi ve groups of light fixtures called channels. In each group or channel, it is possible to turn on/off and regulate if the light fixtures are equipped with 1-10 V units.
Each channel requires at least 1 Powerline regulator.

2. Field of application:
This system is generally for spaces such as:
Board rooms, meeting rooms, conference rooms, halls, offi ces, shop windows, restaurants, etc.