1 Channel Starter Kit: Key Fob - 1 Channel Controller

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1 channel starter kit with keyfob and IP68 rated controller for single lighting circuit up to 350 watts

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1 Channel Starter Kit: Key Fob - 1 Channel Controller


The Light Symphony Starter Kit comprises one 1 Channel Lighting Control Unit and a keyfob. The channel is fully rated for an inductive load for remote control of 
all lighting types including mains-halogen, magnetic low-voltage transformers, most electronic transformers, (compact) Fluorescent, Metal-Halide, Sodium and LED.

The Keyfob provides complete and simple control over an entire lighting scheme with a 350 metre "line-of-sight" walk-about range. It is simple to use. Any number of handsets can be used together. 16 ''system-codes'' are selectable to avoid interference with neighbouring systems. The keyfob employs the very latest narrow-band FM radio technology to achieve a best-in-class wireless range while achieving superb rejection to interference. The handset is also a commissioning tool, providing ''lid-on'' programming of other Light Symphony components

The Lighting Control Unit provides 1 wirelessly controllable output rated at 350W and suitable for all load types. It provides flexible control for any lighting circuit or pump. The built-in signal-strength indicator, zero-volt mains switching and power-on surge protection all enhance reliability. 


Its output is selectable as dimmable or switching and is suitable for all load types. Before use, ensure the unit is set correctly, if unsure select ‘Switching’. The unit is designed for outdoor installation but take note of the safety instructions below.

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS REMEMBER ELECTRICITY CAN KILL IF IN DOUBT CONSULT A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN 

1. Mount the unit in a safe position to avoid possible damage by mowers or other garden tools. This unit must not be buried without proper protection.
2. The unit is a double-insulated and therefore requires no earth. 
3. The electrical supply must be protected at source by an ‘Earth Leakage’ circuit breaker and suitably low rated fuse (0.5A per 100W’s of load).
4. Where 230V power is routed outside, national wiring regulations must be adhered to. For UK installations rugged ‘Concentric’ type cable is recommended above ground. 
5. Where 230V power cable is buried, ‘Steel Wire Armoured’ cable must be used. Buried cables must be at least 450mm (18”) below the surface.
6. BURN HAZARD: Take care not to touch hot lamps and keep children away. 
7. Fully loaded, this lighting module will generate up to 4½Watts of heat. Ensure adequate space or ventilation to avoid over-heating .

TESTING & SET-UP

1. Set the MODE switch to SWITCH or DIM to suit the lamp type. Do not attempt to dim non-dimmable lighting or damage may result.
2. To test the unit is working, press “Garden On/Off” on the remote control.
3. The LED will blink when a wireless command is received. 
4. From the factory, the unit only responds to Garden On/Off but can be programmed to respond to other lighting Area’s using the procedure below;

AREA PROGRAMMING 

The lighting channel (circuit) can be included in any number of Light Symphony’s ‘AREAs’. To program the unit into a new ‘Area’ key on the remote; 

1. Slide the MODE switch to the ‘Set-up’ position. (the LED will blink to show the memory is open).
2. Use the ‘Area’ key on the remote* to switch ON the lamp. ( *NOTE: can also use any other Light Symphony transmitter) 
3. While the lamp is ON, move the Slide switch to SWITCH or DIM. The LED will stop flashing and the unit will now be included in the new Area. Teach other Areas by repeating this process. 
The unit can be removed from an ‘Area’ using the same procedure, but with the lamp OFF when the slide switch is moved from Set-up to SWITCH or DIM. e.g. Slide the switch to ‘Set-up’, use the Area key you wish to erase to switch OFF the lamp, then move the slide switch to SWITCH or DIM.

NOTE: The Set-up function will close automatically after 20 seconds if no button is pressed (LED stops flashing). If required, re-enable it using the slide switch.

SCENE MEMORY

The 29 Area memories can also be used to create lighting Scene’s, where the whole garden’s lighting configuration and dim-levels can be stored and recalled with a single button-press. Scene setting is more relevant to dimmable lighting, but switched scenes are also possible using Light Symphony.

To create a new scene, use the above Area Programming procedure and use the remote’s Dim keys to set the level before moving the slide switch back to SWITCH/DIM.

Walk around the garden configuring each lighting controller in turn in the same way, so all lighting controllers respond to the same Area key.

LIGHT SHOW

By default, all circuits will be included in the light show. To configure which channels should be included move the slide switch to set-up and press the ‘Rainbow’ key on the remote control two times to switch on the lamp. Circuits that were ‘off’ when the memory closes will no longer be part of the show. 

SPECIFICATIONS 

Voltage 220-240V AC / 50Hz 
Output Rating 250W
Minimum non-Inductive Load 0W (nil) 
Minimum Inductive Load 10W each channel
Output Type Switched or Dimming (Leading-edge) 
Protection Internal Thermal fuse
Weather Resistance IP68 
Physical 50 x 50 x 25mm / 0.1Kg
 Ambient Temp. -10°C to +40°C 


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PRODUCT AFTERCARE

Although each of our light fittings come with a warranty, it is also important to take care for your product after installation. The outdoor environment can be harsh with very warm and hot conditions as well as extremely cold, wet, and windy conditions and more especially in coastal areas where the salt air is more concentrated causing corrosion. By neglecting to care for your product may void any warranties. Below is information on caring for the different type of products we sell.

COPPER, BRASS & BRONZE

Brass and Bronzes are families of copper-based alloys and mainly copper and zinc. Bronzes are mainly copper along with alloying elements such as tin, aluminium, silicon, or beryllium. Brass generally has a bright gold appearance dependent upon the percentage of copper yields, the higher the percentage the rosier the tone will be, and more zinc will make it appear silvery. Brass has higher malleability than bronze or zinc and is ideal for resisting corrosion including galvanic corrosion from saltwater. Copper products start off with a shiny orange appearance and once installed copper weathers naturally to a lovely blue-green colour or patina over time. In arid climates, the colour change is usually to a nut brown. The colour change is the result of surface oxidation caused mainly by moisture and corrosive elements in the atmosphere. Unlike rust oxidation, the copper patina is a protective barrier that retards further corrosion, to maintain copper’s long life. They are ideal for coastal areas and to keep them looking pristine we recommend cleaning copper surfaces periodically with a solution of salt and vinegar to remove any excess deposits. Simply dissolve salt in vinegar, then use a soft cloth to apply the liquid solution to the surface of the fitting then buff until you see the copper begin to shine. Rinse and dry. The ‘Brasso’ product is a metal polish designed to remove deposits from brass, copper, chrome,and stainless steel. WD 40 is also useful for cleaning brass too and wipe off with soapy water.

316L & 316 STAINLESS STEEL

The highest grade of Stainless Steel we use is 316L Marine Grade Stainless Steel which is a low carbon version of 316 Stainless Steel (which is why it has L after the 316). These grades of Stainless Steel are popular for use in Coastal areas due to the materials immunity from boundary carbide precipitation (sensitisation). However, 316 Stainless Steel contains more carbon and although is still corrosion resistant it does still need care to remove the depositsthat build up on the surface or the corrosion will eventually start to build up on the surface. We sell more 316 than 316L products on this website. The elements of 316L and 316 Stainless Steel are Carbon, Manganese, Phosphorous, Sulphur, Silicon, Chromium, Nickel, Molybdenum, Nitrogen, and Iron. The only difference is that 316L has 0.03 max % of Carbon and 316 has 0.8 max % of carbon. To maintain the shiny clean surface of 316L and 316 Stainless Steel we recommend the use of Stainless-Steel cleaning products or a solution of lemon juice and baking powder and wiped off with soapy water.

304 STAINLESS STEEL

304 Stainless Steel is made up of Carbon, Manganese, Phosphorous, Sulphur, Silicon, Chromium, Nickel, Nitrogen, and Iron. There is no presence of Molybdenum the anti-corrosive element and this metal has a high carbon content too. Therefore, we would not recommend this metal used in coastal areas. Again, it can be cleaned with Stainless Steel cleaning products or a solution of lemon juice and baking powder and wiped off with soapy water. In addition, we would suggest using an anti-corrosive spray such as ACF-50 which forms a clear film onto the surface of the fittings and adds protection to the surface for up to sixmonths. We sell this on our website. https://www.exteriorlightsuk.co.uk/product/acf-50-anti-corrosion-formula

201 STAINLESS STEEL

201 Stainless Steel is made up of Carbon, Manganese, Phosphorous, Sulphur, Silicon, Chromium, Nickel, Nitrogen,and Iron. It contains half the nickel and more manganese and nitrogen than the other popular steels. It is also the least expensive of the steel metals we sell. This mid-range product is prone to corrosion such as salt water and not suitable for coastal areas. Again, it can be cleaned with Stainless Steel cleaning products or a solution of lemon juice and baking powder. In addition, we would suggest using an anti-corrosive spray such as ACF-50 which forms a clear film onto the surface of the fittings and adds protection to the surface for up to six months. We sell this on our website. https://www.exteriorlightsuk.co.uk/product/acf-50-anti-corrosion-formula

TEAK WOOD

Our Teak lighting use timber from a sustainable source, organically oiled during production to enhance and protect the grain. The teak bollards for example are made from a natural raw material which reacts to temperature changes and will naturally release sap or may sweat inside the protective packaging. So, please don’t be alarmed if you notice this when you unpack the bollards from their packaging. Once installed, they will weather naturally in the garden, although further oil, stain or varnish treatments are recommended periodically to preserve the beauty of these products. This should also help prevent the build-up of mildewand drying out from the sun. Teak Sealer and Teak oil can be purchased from many timber and DIY stores. They are suitable for all areas including coastal areas.

ALUMINIUM

Many of our products are made from aluminium which is formed of aluminium oxide in an ore called bauxite. Alumina and bauxite are the two main raw materials in the aluminium making process. Aluminium is obtained by the electrolysis of alumina which extracts pure aluminium metal from alumina. Aluminium will not rust however it does suffer from oxidation and is prone to corrosion. We would not recommend Aluminium products in coastal areas. To maintain the surface of the product you can clean with a solution of vinegar and water and rinse with soapy water. Again, our ACF-50 anti-corrosive spray will provide a clear protective coating to the surface of the fittings and can offer up to six months protection. https://www.exteriorlightsuk.co.uk/product/acf-50-anti-corrosion-formula

POWDER COATED FINISHES

Many of our coloured finished products have been powder coated onto aluminium. This is a technique to apply decorative and protective finishes to aluminium through a process that electrostatically charges the powder consisting of a mixture of finely milled resin and pigment, spraying it on to the aluminium surface as a baking process. Although they look effective, please bear in mind that the powder is a paint and in coastal areas the paint can peel and expose the aluminium to corrosion. Therefore, we would not recommend powder coated aluminium fittings in coastal areas. To clean the surface simply use soapy water and a soft cloth and do not use anything abrasive as this will damage the finish. Again, our ACF-50 anti-corrosive spray will provide a clear protective coating to the surface of the fittings and can offer up to six months protection. https://www.exteriorlightsuk.co.uk/product/acf-50-anti-corrosion-formula

ANODISED PAINT FINISH

Anodised coloured paint finishes give a lustre shiny finish to the surface of aluminium fittings and this is done by dipping the aluminium component into an acid electrolyte bath and applying an electric current to the liquid usinga cathode. This causes oxygen ions within the aluminium to be released, which then combine with the aluminium atoms on the surface of the component to create the anodic oxide finish. This process gives the metal surface a porous structure, which can then be coloured with dyes and sealed afterwards. The advantage of the anodised finish is that it is not applied on the surface of the metal, instead, it is integrated with the aluminium substrate, which means it does not peel or chip like paint. The beauty of anodising is that it does not come off and it should protect the aluminium depending upon the thickness for at least 5 years and therefore reduce corrosion occurring. If used in coastal areas, we would recommend they are cleaned regularly with soapy water. Again, our ACF-50 anti-corrosive spray will provide a clear protective coating to the surface of the fittings and can offer up to six monthsprotection. https://www.exteriorlightsuk.co.uk/product/acf-50-anti-corrosion-formula

POLYCARBONATE (PC) –PLASTIC

Polycarbonate is a durable thermoplastic material with high impact resistance. It is quite light in weight and used primarily for Amenity style light fittings. It is fine for use in all areas including the coast. It should be cleaned periodically with warm soapy water to remove any deposits that have accumulated over time.

FeCSI-Steel

The element Iron (Fe) used in conjunction with steel alloys is put together to produce a product that eliminates the need for painting, and which forms a stable rust-like appearance after several years’ exposure to the weather. This product is used in some of our bollards under our ‘Rustic Bollard’ Category. They are very heavy and robust fittings. The surface oxidation of weathering steel takes approximately six months. When first purchased some residue rust colour from the manufactured product may be visible and will wash away with the elements of the weather. Over time they will naturally give a rust effect appearance and you will be able to touch them without any rust residue staining. An example of this is shown on our website for the ‘Rusty Slot’ fitting. They are ideal for all areas including the coast.

GRANITE

Granite is a coarse-grained igneous rock composed mostly of quartz, alkali feldspar and plagioclase. It is a hard semi-porous rock which is resistant to heat and cold. Ideal for any area, however salt deposits in coastal areas will accumulate onto the surface of the rock so it is advisable to clean the surface with warm soapy water periodically. Do not use anything abrasive.

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