Adelaide Convention Centre - Stage 1

• Client: NSG Boffa
• Completion Date: January 2015
• Location: Adelaide, South Australia
• Category: Cinemas and Convention Centres

Project Details:

AutomateNow is proud to have provided the Philips Dynalite Lighting Control System in the first stage of the Adelaide Convention Centre redevelopment. This project included providing design, programming and commissioning services to NSG Boffa for the delivery of a system that met the operational brief of such a large multipurpose exhibition and function centre.

AutomateNow provided a highly flexible control solution for the automatic, manual and configurable control of lobbies, foyers, stairs, amenities, ballrooms, exhibition halls, meeting rooms and suites. The rooms and suites that feature operable walls can combine to form any one of 40+ room configurations whereby the lighting dynamically links to enable control from just one source, whether that be User Panel, Audio Video integration or from a DMX Lighting Console.

The DyNet2 Lighting Control Network connected equipment from 10 Distribution Boards to form robust Distributed Intelligence control system across the large 3 floor building. The supervisory head-end software package would monitor the network, in real time, providing insights into building operations, device statuses and channel runtimes.

(Images courtesy of Adelaide Venue Management)

System Manager (Supervisory, Control, Monitoring, Management and Maintenance software)

• Advanced Astronomical Scheduling
• Real time monitoring and reporting
• Interactive overview of operable walls, sensors and user interfaces
• Graphical floorplans with interactive elements and detailed asset data

3rd Party System Integrations

• Audio Visual System (Extron) Ethernet interfaces
• DMX512-Rx interfaces to control house lighting from the lighting consoles
• Building Management System low-level interfaces

400+ individual channels of Load Control

• Phase Dimming (Trailing Edge)
• Ballast Control (1-10V Dimming)
• Relay Switched Control Groups

 50+ Sensors & User Interfaces

• Dynamic Occupancy Control
• Maintained Illuminance light level control
• Robust brushed stainless steel User Panels
• Colour touchscreen panels
• Operable walls dynamically link areas and panels for a combined lighting configuration

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