Logica (LG)

The multifunctional centralized system

AUTOMATES THE PROCEDURES LISTED
BY STANDARD UNI 11222


LOGICA is a versatile and modular emergency control system, conceived to ensure compatibility with local and national regulations concerning the use and checking of emergency
lighting systems. In particular Standard 11222 specifies the procedures for the periodic checking, maintenance, overhaul and commissioning of emergency fixtures. 

 

- Modular system
- Fixtures operating in both AutoTest and Centraltest mode
- Programmable autonomy (1hour/ 3hours)
- Performance of the test may be postponed for a part of the
system (even / odd)
- Wired connections (LOGICA) or radio connections (LOGICA
FM)
- DALI-compatible bus for management of DALI lighting fixtures
(LOGICA)
- Possibility of remote control by PC (GSM interface, Ethernet,
Usb, RS232)
- Possibility of integrations with Building Automation
- Centralized configuration operations
- 16 programmable groups of fixtures
- 16 programmable luminosity scenes
- Emergency conversion kit (Power packs) for:
Halogen lamps with electronic and magnetic transformers
Fluorescent tubes with electronic or magnetic ballast

 

CENTRALIZED LOGICA SYSTEM VIA BUS THROUGH THE LOGICA SUPERVISION UNIT (up to 4096 fixtures)

The Logica Supervision Unit can manage up to 32 LOGICA Control units for a total of 4096 emergency lighting fixtures and DALI lighting fixtures. In turn it is possible to manage and control the LOGICA Supervision Unit by a remote or local PC. The LOGICA Supervision Unit adds the following functions to the LOGICA system:

- Centralized programming and management of all the connected Logica Control units
- Centralized printing of reports
- Logbook (memorizing the results of the functional and autonomy tests for two years)

 

The Logica Control unit allows management of both emergency fixtures of the Logica series and DALI type lighting fixtures (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface - International Standard according to Regulation IEC60929) up to a maximum of 128 fixtures. The number of Logica Control units that can be connected to a PC is practically unlimited, thus allowing the management and control functions of countless devices to be grouped together in a single station.