iSMA-B-2D1B | GC5 | Moduły wejść/wyjść


iSMA-B-2D1B has been built in order to control light and a blind/shutter motor in a single space in the building. The device is dedicated to control two separate DALI light areas with up to 32 DALI ballasts. Built-in two Special Inputs and two Digital Inputs are dedicated to connect presence detectors and light switches.

Dedicated DIP-switch allows to activate predefined inputs configuration. Out of box the device allows to control the DALI ballasts by acommon light switch and a common presence detector without the need of programming, which makes iSMA-B-2D1B the unique plug& play type device dedicated to DALI network control.



In addition iSMA-B-2D1B has blind/shutter control function implemented, which allows to control a blind/shutter motor by a common double-switch. The controller is factory-equipped with the RS485 interface which is the physical layer for the most popular open communication protocol Modbus ASCII/RTU.

  • 2x Special Input – dry contact
  • 4x Digital Input – dry contact


  • 2x Light output 230 V AC max. 4 A
  • 1x Motor Output 230 V AC max. 1,5 A
  • 1x Power Supply Output 24V DC max. 80 mA

WARNING! Max. current for all the outputs is 8 A


  • ARM Cortex – M4
Power supply
  • 230 V AC

RS485 Interface:

  • Interface RS485 half-duplex
  • Up to 128 devices on bus
  • Protocols: Modbus
  • Baud rate: 2400 to 115200 bps

DALI Interface:

  • 2x DALI interfaces (max 16 devices, integrated power supply with 40 mA current limit for each interface)
  • Up to 16 DALI ballasts per interface
  • Dimension: 123,6×136,6×54,5 mm, (123,6×171,2×54,9 mm with plastic cover for terminals)
  • Construction: plastic, self-extinguishing (PC/ABS)
  • DIN rail mounting DIN (DIN EN 50022 norm)
  • Cooling: internal air circulation
  • Operating temperature: 0°C to 50°C
  • Storage temperature: -40°C to 85°C
  • Relative humidity: 5% to 95%, no condensation
  • Ingress Protection Rating: IP40 – for indoor installation

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