Bi-White Installation

Our new Bi-white recessed fixtures only use our DMX-SR2112 driver. Every load for the Bi-whites require two channels from the DMX-SR2112, thus the name 'Bi-white'. But depending on the power requirements of the light fixture being installed, between 1 or 4 luminaries can be installed on the same load.

With the use of our A and B splitters, you won't need to run a cable for each separate load . Using the splitters, you can put two loads on the same cat cable while utilizing 4 channels on the DMX-SR2112. (See Diagrams below for examples)

WARNING

When connecting two PS-SR2112-96, make sure to connect the PS-SR2112-96 on opposite sides of the DMX-SR2112. Also when using two PS-SR2112-96, make sure to set the side switch to OFF. This helps distribute the current evenly all the while staying UL certified. (For one PS-SR2112-96, leave the side switch to ON.)

There are many different ways to connect your Bi-white lights to our DMX-SR2112. Each depends on how you want to set up your light loads and how you want to run your cables.

9W-BI Hookup

Used in the T Bianca Series and the V Bianca Series. Make sure to set the DMX-SR2112 to 200mA.

One 9W-BI One Cable

Two 9W-BI One Cable

Three 9W-BI One Cable

Four 9W-BI One Cable

Twelve 9W-BI Three Cables

Venus Hookup

Make sure to set the DMX-SR2112 to 200mA.

(Hookup diagrams coming soon)

Bianca 24W Hookup

Since the Bianca's require more power, only a single Bianca can be power for every 2 channels on a DMX-SR2112. But you may still use the A and B splitters to power two Biancas with a single cat cable (See diagrams below).

One Bianca One Cable

Two Biancas Two Cables

Two Biancas One Cable

Six Biancas Three Cable

Last Updated: 10/4/2018, 5:04:49 PM