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Hello all, Would anyone have some info on this type of lighting control?

I was sent out to an office block which has a bunch of lights out, when I poked me head up into the ceiling void I was surprised to see the trunking dotted with these yellow labelled boxes covered with banks of dip switches, rotary switches, Cat 5 and indecipherable legends.
Call me old fashioned (everyone else does) but the most complicated lighting systems I'm used to are choc blocks with tape round them, or recently, Klix.
It seems that several sparks have been to this site before - to fix the lights, in all cases they told the site manager " it's those boxes that are faulty" And promptly departed.
Sooo, is this (yellow labelled) generation of digital lighting control - presumably made by Legrand -
Obsolete?
I can't find anything on t'internet relating to this kit and there's no M&E docs on site.

Thanks in advance.
 
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GBDamo

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Looks obsolete, need to contact Legrand and see if they can email you the bumf, they should retain it.
 

GBDamo

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What testing have you done?

I'd be looking at the internal fuse?

Then be looking at how a working one behaves and looking for inconsistency.

Then I'd just start turning knobs and dip switches until I'd lost all chance of being able to set it back to how it was.

Then I'd tell the customer that one of the other sparks has obviously damaged it and quote to renew the whole lot.
 
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Toneyz

The fact that there are no neon lights on I would be checking the internal fuse. Where do the white plugs feed?
It says receiver any remote PIR's
 
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