Industrial Push Button and Key Switch Wallstations
Key Features & Benefits
- Max. ambient temperature: +40°C/104°F
- INDPB mounts in standard size wall box of at least 2.4”
- KSW-SIMs require standard junction boxes for mounting
- INDPB - Two ports that accept 18 AWG Class 2 Communication Bus for connection to the ENCELIUM EXTEND Networked Light Management System
- KSW - SIMs have two ports that accept pre-terminated GreenBus II communication cable
- Class 2 Low Voltage device
- Power through interconnected 18 AWG GreenBus II cable
The Industrial Push Button (INDPB) and Key Switch (KSW) are single zone wall mounted controllers that provide local ON/OFF control over a lighting zone. Utilizing a standard single-gang form factor in a rugged stainless steel housing, both low voltage control solutions connect to the ENCELIUM EMS system through either a GreenBus II® cable with standard 2-pin connectors for the Industrial Push Button or Sensor Interface Module (SIM) for the Key Switch Controller. Each wall switch can be set-up and modified through the Polaris 3D® software interface.
Both controllers are generally located at entry points to a zone or department and are used to “activate” or “de-activate” a lighting zone. On the Industrial Push Button controller the zone status is indicated by an LED display with white indicating ON and blue indicating OFF.
Where lighting zones are controlled by a time schedule (rather than by occupancy sensors), the iIndustrial Push Button also allows for manual override of the time schedule by simply “re-activating” the zone about to be shut down. During shut down mode, the Industrial Push Button will alternately flash blue and white LEDs to indicate to occupants that an override is necessary. The Key Switch Controller can be used as an emergency override with programmable responses.
OSRAM offers a special Damp-Rated (DR) Industrial Push Button for installations in interior locations subject to moderate degrees of moisture. To implement a damp-rated Key Switch solution users can use a damprated SIM. Examples of this type of environment may include basements, above-ground parking garages, barns, and cold-storage warehouses as well as partially protected locations under canopies, marquees, and roofed open porches.