Round Light Engines with araya™ Logic Light Module (ALM2, CTM2)
The araya™ Logic Light Module (ALM) features control logic for precise control of current and PWM while tuning and dimming.
Araya Logic Module - The Heart & Brains of the TWO Family
The lid of the logic light module opens to reveal an expansion port.
Expansion cards connect via the interface to easily facilitate DMX, Lutron®, Avi-on™ BLE Mesh, DALI Type 8, and Wattstopper® DLM controls.
The heart and brains contain the logic, and communication electronics to control either linear or round araya™ arrays.
Processes control information and closed loop optical and thermal feedback and outputs up to 6 channels of power.
The CTM2 Platform
araya™ Logic Modules (ALM) connect to high-power round LED light engines that mix five colors of LEDs across a tunable color range of 1650–8000 K (CTM2) or a warm dim range of 1800–3050 K (DDM2). The light can be dimmed from 100–0.1%*. The light engines deliver up to 10000 lm of light at 90+ CRI. The ALM features on-board driver electronics and control logic for precise control of current and PWM while tuning and dimming.
The logic light module rapidly generates a unique color model on the spot based on the spectral characteristics stored on the connected light engine, providing precision tuning of the light engine’s full spectrum color output. This enables the replacement of ALM as needed, and provides the ability to mix and match the various types of logic light modules with the various sizes of CTM2 light engines. Another key innovation is the ability of the arayaTM logic module to receive firmware upgrades over wired RDM/DMX to ensure field compatibility with previously deployed control systems.
Fixture control integration is achieved by packaging Bluetooth LE (for commissioning only) and 0–10 V on-board the ALM. DMX512-A-RDM, Lutron® EcoSystem, Avi-on™ wireless BLE Mesh platform, DALI Type 8 and Legrand® Wattstopper® DLM protocol compatibilities can be achieved via control cards that connect to an expansion port within the ALM.