Digital addressable lighting interface - Part 102: General requirements - Control gear

Digital adressierbare Schnittstelle für die Beleuchtung - Teil 102: Allgemeine Anforderungen - Betriebsgeräte

Interface d’éclairage adressable numérique - Partie 102: Exigences générales - Appareillages de commande

Digitalni naslovljivi vmesnik za razsvetljavo - 102. del: Splošne zahteve - Krmilje - Dopolnilo A1 (IEC 62386-102:2014/A1:2018)

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST EN 62386-102:2015/A1:2019
01-januar-2019

Digitalni naslovljivi vmesnik za razsvetljavo - 102. del: Splošne zahteve - Krmilje -

Dopolnilo A1 (IEC 62386-102:2014/A1:2018)

Digital addressable lighting interface - Part 102: General requirements - Control gear

(IEC 62386-102:2014/A1:2018)
Digital adressierbare Schnittstelle für die Beleuchtung - Teil 102: Allgemeine
Anforderungen - Betriebsgeräte (IEC 62386-102:2014/A1:2018)
Interface d’éclairage adressable numérique - Partie 102: Exigences générales -
Appareillages de commande (IEC 62386-102:2014/A1:2018)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN 62386-102:2014/A1:2018
ICS:
29.140.50 Instalacijski sistemi za Lighting installation systems
razsvetljavo
35.200 Vmesniška in povezovalna Interface and interconnection
oprema equipment
SIST EN 62386-102:2015/A1:2019 en

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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EUROPEAN STANDARD EN 62386-102:2014/A1
NORME EUROPÉENNE
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
November 2018
ICS 29.140.50; 29.140.99
English Version
Digital addressable lighting interface - Part 102: General
requirements - Control gear
(IEC 62386-102:2014/A1:2018)

Interface d'éclairage adressable numérique - Partie 102: Digital adressierbare Schnittstelle für die Beleuchtung - Teil

Exigences générales - Appareillages de commande 102: Allgemeine Anforderungen - Betriebsgeräte

(IEC 62386-102:2014/A1:2018) (IEC 62386-102:2014/A1:2018)

This amendment A1 modifies the European Standard EN 62386-102:2014; it was approved by CENELEC on 2018-11-02. CENELEC

members are bound to comply with the CEN/CENELEC Internal Regulations which stipulate the conditions for giving this amendment the

status of a national standard without any alteration.

Up-to-date lists and bibliographical references concerning such national standards may be obtained on application to the CEN-CENELEC

Management Centre or to any CENELEC member.

This amendment exists in three official versions (English, French, German). A version in any other language made by translation under the

responsibility of a CENELEC member into its own language and notified to the CEN-CENELEC Management Centre has the same status as

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Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
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European foreword

The text of document 34/523/FDIS, future IEC 62386-102/A1, prepared by IEC/TC 34 "Lamps and

related equipment" was submitted to the IEC-CENELEC parallel vote and approved by CENELEC as

EN 62386-102:2014/A1:2018.
The following dates are fixed:

• latest date by which the document has to be implemented at national (dop) 2019-08-02

level by publication of an identical national standard or by endorsement

• latest date by which the national standards conflicting with the (dow) 2021-11-02

document have to be withdrawn

Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of

patent rights. CENELEC shall not be held responsible for identifying any or all such patent rights.

Endorsement notice

The text of the International Standard IEC 62386-102:2014/A1:2018 was approved by CENELEC as a

European Standard without any modification.

In the official version, for Bibliography, the following notes have to be added for the standards

indicated:
IEC 61347 (series) NOTE Harmonized as EN 61347 (series)
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Annex ZA
(normative)
Normative references to international publications
with their corresponding European publications

The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content

constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For

undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments)

applies.

NOTE 1 Where an International Publication has been modified by common modifications, indicated by (mod), the relevant

EN/HD applies.

NOTE 2 Up-to-date information on the latest versions of the European Standards listed in this annex is available here:

www.cenelec.eu.
Publication Year Title EN/HD Year

IEC 62386-101 2014 Digital addressable lighting interface - Part 101: EN 62386-101 2014

General requirements - System components
+A1 2018 +A1 2018

IEC 62386-103 2014 Digital addressable lighting interface - Part 103: EN 62386-103 2014

General requirements - Control devices
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FOREWORD

This amendment has been prepared by IEC technical committee 34: Lamps and related

equipment.
The text of this amendment is based on the following documents:
FDIS Report on voting
34/523/FDIS 34/534/RVD

Full information on the voting for the approval of this amendment can be found in the report

on voting indicated in the above table.

The committee has decided that the contents of this amendment and the base publication will

remain unchanged until the stability date indicated on the IEC website under

"http://webstore.iec.ch" in the data related to the specific publication. At this date, the

publication will be
• reconfirmed,
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• replaced by a revised edition, or
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understanding of its contents. Users should therefore print this document using a

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INTRODUCTION
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This second edition of IEC 62386-102 is intended to be used in conjunction with

IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC 62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018 and with the various parts that

make up the IEC 62386-2xx series for control gear, together with IEC 62386-103:2014 and

IEC 62386-103:2014/AMD1:2018 and the various parts that make up the IEC 62386-3xx

series of particular requirements for control devices.
1 Scope

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which is in line with the requirements of IEC 61347 (all parts), with the addition of DC

supplies.
2 Normative references
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The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their

content constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition

cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including

any amendments) applies.

IEC 62386-101:2014, Digital addressable lighting interface – Part 101: General requirements

– System components
IEC 62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018

IEC 62386-103:2014, Digital addressable lighting interface – Part 103: General requirements

– Control devices
IEC 62386-103:2014/AMD1:2018
3 Terms and definitions
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ISO and IEC maintain terminological databases for use in standardization at the following

addresses:
• IEC Electropedia: available at http://www.electropedia.org/
• ISO Online browsing platform: available at http://www.iso.org/obp
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3.13

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entry:
answer used to deny or refuse a query

Note 1 to entry: If a query is asked where the answer is NO, there will be no response, such that the sender of

the query will conclude “no backward frame" following IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018,

8.2.5.
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3.15
opcode
operation code
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part of a forward frame that identifies the command to be executed
3.28
YES
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answer used to accept or affirm a query
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Note 1 to entry: If a query is asked where the answer is YES, the response will be a backward frame containing

the value of MASK.
4.1 General
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The requirements of IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC 62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, Clause 4

apply, with the restrictions, changes and additions identified below.
4.2 Version number
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This subclause replaces IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC 62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, 4.2.

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The current version number is “versionNumber” as defined in Table 14.
5 Electrical specification
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The requirements of IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC 62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, Clause 5

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6 Interface power supply
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If a bus power supply is integrated into a control gear, the requirements of
IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC 62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, Clause 6 apply.
7.1 General
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The requirements of IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC 62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, Clause 7

apply, with the following additions.
8 Timing
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The requirements of IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC 62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, Clause 8

apply.
9.1 General
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The requirements of IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC 62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, Clause 9

apply with the following additions.
9.2 Control gear
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9.2.1 General

Control gear may receive commands from an application controller. The application controller

is specified in IEC 62386-103:2014 and IEC 62386-103:2014/AMD1:2018.
Requested light output
Control gear Arc power Light output
Actual level
IEC
Figure 2 – Control gear directly operating a light source

Figure 2 shows how the various levels lead to light output. The maximum (light) output level of

a control gear is referred to as 100 %. All levels are specified in a relative way. Physically

there is a minimum that the control gear can supply whilst there is still light output. This is

known as the physical minimum level (PHM).
NOTE PHM is control gear specific, and is greater than 0.
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9.2.2 Control gear phases
9.2.2.1 General

Depending on the light source various phases of operation can be identified within a control

gear. In general these are as follows.
9.2.2.2 Standby

During this phase, the lamp is off and only in this phase both “targetLevel” and “actualLevel”

are 0.
9.2.2.3 Startup

Startup is a transitional phase changing from standby to normal operation or failure. This

phase is sometimes noticeable as a delay. Examples are:

• preheat: the lamp is heated to prepare for ignition. This is typically seen for fluorescent

light sources;

• ignition: the lamp is ignited. This is typically seen for HID light sources and fluorescent

light sources after preheat;
• power stage preparation.
For further information and exceptions refer to 9.16.3.
9.2.2.4 Normal operation

While in normal operation the lamp is emitting light and can be operated as expected.

For further information and exceptions refer to 9.16.3.
9.2.2.5 Failure
During the failure phase the lamp cannot be operated as expected.
For further information and exceptions refer to 9.16.3.
9.3 Dimming curve

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Table 2

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Level 1 60 85 126 145 170 195 216 229 243 254
Minimum value 0,05 0,25 0,50 2,00 3,93 7,00 15,00 27,28 40,00 63,53
Nominal value 0,10 0,50 0,99 3,04 5,10 10,09 19,97 35,43 50,53 74,05 100,00
Maximum value 0,20 1,00 2,00 4,50 7,50 15,0 30,00 52,09 71,00 86,14
9.5.1 General
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During a process of fading up, “actualLevel” shall be incremented at a time corresponding to

the intersection of an ideal fading curve with the mid-point between “actualLevel” and

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“actualLevel” + 1. Likewise, when fading down, “actualLevel” shall be decremented at a time

corresponding to the intersection of an ideal fading curve with the mid-point between

“actualLevel” and “actualLevel” – 1. Figure 4 illustrates this, and applies for fades started

using either fade time or fade rate.
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If a lamp is to be lit at the beginning of the fade and dimmed to a certain value, the step from

0x00 to “minLevel” shall not contribute to the fade time. This means that the fade time starts

when the startup phase has finished.
9.5.3 Fade rate
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The fade rate shall be according to Table 5:
9.5.4 Extended fade time
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On execution of “SET EXTENDED FADE TIME (DTR0)” the control gear shall set the following

values based on “DTR0”. The format used shall be 0YYYAAAAb, where YYYb equals the fade

time multiplier, and AAAAb the fade time base: The resulting fade time shall be monotonically

increasing when the base time increases.
• If “DTR0” > 0100 1111b:
– “extendedFadeTimeBase” shall be set to 0;

– “extendedFadeTimeMultiplier” shall be set to 0 ms, effectively setting the fade time to 0 s

meaning no fade (as quickly as possible). The transition from “actualLevel” to

“targetLevel” shall take place immediately and the light output shall be adjusted as

quickly as possible, meaning less than 0,8 s which represents the maximum fade time

for “fadeTime” = 1 (see Table 4).
• In all other cases:
– “extendedFadeTimeBase” shall be set to AAAAb;
– “extendedFadeTimeMultiplier” shall be set to YYYb.

The extended fade time can be queried using “QUERY EXTENDED FADE TIME”. The answer

shall be 0 YYY AAAAb, where YYYb equals “extendedFadeTimeMultiplier” and AAAAb equals

“extendedFadeTimeBase”.
9.5.5 Using the fade time
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Since the extended fade time also supports fade times below 0,7 s that might not be realised

by all control gear and light source combinations, such control gear may simply adjust the

light output as quickly as possible when an extended fade time is requested that it physically

cannot support. However, it should respond as if the fade has finished within the requested

time.
9.5.6 Using the fade rate
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9.5.6.1 Fading with “UP” and “DOWN” commands
Commands “UP” and “DOWN” shall start a 200 ms ± 20 ms fade.

“targetLevel” shall be calculated on the basis of the “actualLevel” using the applicable fade

rate. After the 200 ms fade has expired, the calculated target level shall be reached.

NOTE 1 Since the fade rate is used, it is possible to reach “minLevel” or “maxLevel” before the end of the fade.

This does not result in the “fadeRunning” bit being cleared.

NOTE 2 Because there are fade rate tolerances, different control gear can react to commands that use the fade

rate at slightly different effective rates. Consequently, after the processing of these relative dimming commands,

different gear might have different values for “targetLevel” (and therefore also for “actualLevel” and “lastLightLevel”).

9.5.6.2 Fading with “CONTINUOUS UP” and “CONTINUOUS DOWN” commands

Command “CONTINUOUS UP” shall set “targetLevel” to “maxLevel” and start a fade using the

applicable fade rate. The fade shall stop when “maxLevel” is reached.

Command “CONTINUOUS DOWN” shall set “targetLevel” to “minLevel” and start a fade using

the applicable fade rate. The fade shall stop when “minLevel” is reached.

Upon execution of either a “CONTINUOUS UP” or “CONTINUOUS DOWN” instruction at least

one step shall be made, unless this is precluded by the values of "minLevel" or "maxLevel".

Refer to 9.5.9 for stopping a fade before reaching “minLevel” or “maxLevel”.

NOTE 1 In contrast to the “UP” and “DOWN” instructions, it is not possible to reach “minLevel” or “maxLevel”

before the end of the fade. Therefore, “fadeRunning” bit is going to be cleared at the end of a fade.

NOTE 2 Similar to the “UP” and “DOWN” instructions, different gear might end up with different values for

“targetLevel”, “actualLevel” and “lastLightLevel” after the fade has been stopped ahead of time (e.g. via

DAPC(MASK)).
9.5.7 Behaviour during a fade
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9.5.7 System response to changes during a fade
9.5.8 Behaviour during start-up

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text:
9.5.8 System response to changes during standby and start-up

If a fade is initiated during standby, the fade process shall be pended with “actualLevel” equal

to “minLevel” during the startup phase. The reaction to level commands shall be the same as if

the lamp(s) were operating at “minLevel”.

If a fade is initiated during start-up, the fade process shall be pended at “actualLevel”. The

reaction to level commands shall be the same as if the lamp(s) were operating at
“actualLevel”.
The fade shall start:
• as soon as “lampOn” is TRUE, or
• in the case of total lamp failure, as soon as “lampFailure” is confirmed TRUE.
For further information on “lampOn” and “lampFailure” see 9.16.3 and 9.16.4.
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9.5.9 Stopping a fade
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9.6 Min and max level

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sentence:
As a consequence, “limitError” shall be set to TRUE.
9.7.1 General
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A control gear shall check the device addressing scheme to see if it is addressed by a

command. The control gear shall execute the command, unless any of the following
conditions hold:

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defined") the following new text:
(e.g. reserved command).
9.7.3 Level instructions initiating a fade
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– “CONTINUOUS UP”, “CONTINUOUS DOWN”
9.8.1 General
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The requirements of IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, 9.4 apply with

the following additions.
9.8.2 Command iteration of “UP” and “DOWN” commands

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Upon execution of the first instruction of such an iteration, unless this is precluded by the

values of “minLevel” or “maxLevel”, one step (final “targetLevel” = calculated “targetLevel”±1)

shall be made.
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After that first step, the 200 ms fade shall start using the applicable fade rate. Subsequent

steps shall be executed at intervals determined by the applicable fade rate, as long as the

iteration continues. Every “UP” or “DOWN” instruction executed as a part of the iteration shall

cause the 200 ms fade time to be restarted and “targetLevel” to be recalculated accordingly.

The transition of “actualLevel” shall occur according to 9.5.1 and Figure 4, with the first such

transition, excluding the initial step, occurring at a time of 1/(2* “fadeRate”) after execution of

the first “UP” and “DOWN” command.
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(2*"fade
Rate")
1/"fadeRate" 1/"fadeRate"
Step Step Step Step Step
Time
Cmd Cmd
Time
out
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Cmd
out
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Figure 5 – Timing and response when executing command iteration
9.8.3 DAPC SEQUENCE (deprecated)
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The DAPC sequence shall end if 200 ms elapse without the control gear accepting a

“DAPC (level)” command. The DAPC sequence shall be aborted on execution of an indirect

arc power control command. “ENABLE DAPC SEQUENCE” accepted during DAPC command
iteration, shall be discarded.

While the DAPC sequence is active, each execution of a “DAPC (level)” command shall start a

200 ms fade.

Since the DAPC sequence uses a fade time of 200 ms that might not be realised by all control

gear and light source combinations, such gear may simply adjust the light output as quickly as

possible. However, it should respond as if the fade has finished within the requested time.

9.9.4 Operating mode 0x80 to 0xFF: manufacturer specific modes
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and IEC62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018;
9.10.4 Memory bank reading
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9.10.5 Memory bank writing
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9.10.6 Memory bank 0
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Table 9 – Memory map of memory bank 0
Address Description Default value Memory
(factory) type
0x00 Address of last accessible memory location factory burn-in ROM
0x01 Reserved – not implemented answer NO n.a.
0x02 Number of last accessible memory bank factory burn-in, ROM
range [0,0xFF]
0x03 GTIN byte 0 (MSB) factory burn-in ROM
0x04 GTIN byte 1 factory burn-in ROM
0x05 GTIN byte 2 factory burn-in ROM
0x06 GTIN byte 3 factory burn-in ROM
0x07 GTIN byte 4 factory burn-in ROM
0x08 GTIN byte 5 (LSB) factory burn-in ROM
0x09 Firmware version (major) factory burn-in ROM
0x0A Firmware version (minor) factory burn-in ROM
0x0B Identification number byte 0 (MSB) factory burn-in ROM
0x0C Identification number byte 1 factory burn-in ROM
0x0D Identification number byte 2 factory burn-in ROM
0x0E Identification number byte 3 factory burn-in ROM
0x0F Identification number byte 4 factory burn-in ROM
0x10 Identification number byte 5 factory burn-in ROM
0x11 Identification number byte 6 factory burn-in ROM
0x12 Identification number byte 7 (LSB) factory burn-in ROM
0x13 Hardware version (major) factory burn-in ROM
0x14 Hardware version (minor) factory burn-in ROM
0x15 101 version number factory burn-in, ROM
according to implemented version number
0x16 102 version number of all integrated control factory burn-in, ROM
gear according to implemented version number
0x17 103 version number of all integrated control factory burn-in, ROM
devices according to implemented version number
0x18 Number of logical control device units in the factory burn-in, ROM
bus unit range [0,64]
0x19 Number of logical control gear units in the factory burn-in, ROM
bus unit range [1,64]
0x1A Index number of this logical control gear factory burn-in, ROM
unit range [0,(location 0x19)-1]
[0x1B,0x7F] Reserved – not implemented answer NO n.a.
[0x80,0xFE] Additional control gear information ROM
answer NO
0xFF Reserved – not implemented n.a.

It is recommended that the product GTIN is not re-used within the expected lifetime of the product after

installation.

Format of the version number is defined in IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC 62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, 4.2.

Format of the version number is defined in 4.2.

Format of the version number is defined in IEC 62386-103:2014 and IEC 62386-103:2014/AMD1:2018, 4.2. If

not implemented, this is indicated by 0xFF.

Purpose and (default) value of these bytes shall be defined by the manufacturer.

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Replace, in the first sentence of the seventh paragraph, "identificaton number byte 7" with

"identification number byte 7" and "prefereably" with "preferably".
Replace the NOTE with the following new NOTE:

NOTE As an example there might be a product containing three logical devices with three different short

addresses. Each of these control gear has the same GTIN and identification number, each reports as number of

devices the value 3 and the index of the three control gear is reported as 0, 1 or 2 respectively. Reading location

0x1A using broadcast yields a backward frame according to IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC62386-

101:2014/AMD1:2018, 9.5.2 (overlapping backward frame).
9.12 System failure
Replace the first sentence with the following new sentence:
If the control gear detects a system failure (see IEC 62386-101:2014 and

IEC62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018, 4.11) and “systemFailureLevel” is not MASK, “targetLevel”

shall be calculated on the basis of “systemFailureLevel”.
9.13 Power on
Replace the first sentence with the following new sentence:

After an external power cycle (see IEC 62386-101:2014 and IEC62386-101:2014/AMD1:2018

4.11.1), the device shall retain its most recent configuration, with the following exceptions:

Add after the last bulleted list item, the following new list item:

• All variables mentioned in Table 14 shall be set to the value indicated in the power on

value column. The variables that are marked with “no change” in the power on value

column shall not be considered. The variables defined in implemented Parts 2xx shall

be included.
Replace, in the third paragraph, “received” with “accepted”.
Replace the fourth paragraph with the new following paragraph:

If “GO TO SCENE (sceneNumber)” where the value of the scene equals MASK is accepted, the

control gear shall discard the command and continue as if no level control command has been

accepted.
Replace, in the fifth paragraph, “received” with “executed”.
Replace, in the seventh paragraph, “received” with “accepted”.
Table 11

Replace the header of the first column "Power on behavior" with the following new header.

Power on system response
Replace NOTE 3 with the followi
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