What do Dalí and DALI 2 click have in common, except similar spelling? Well, the first one was a prominent Spanish painter, best known for the distinct and eccentric imagery in his surrealist work, and the second one will give you surreal lighting management potential.
DALI stands for “Digital Addressable Lighting Interface” - it is an interface protocol for digital communication between electronic lighting equipment (electronic ballasts, transformers, etc.) that enables easy installation of robust, reliable, and flexible lighting networks.
The newest version of the DALI standard IEC 62386, also known as DALI-2, brings many new features to the existing DALI protocol.
With the new standardization comes the ability to control any light source, incandescent lamps, fluorescent lamps, high-intensity discharge lamps, LEDs, anything you can possibly imagine.
DALI 2 click
DALI 2 click offers a simple and stable interface to DALI and DALI 2 communication bus, making it possible to explore the full potential of intelligent lighting management.
The simplest DALI network consists of a controller and one or more slave devices, such as LED drivers, dimmers, and ballasts, equipped with DALI interfaces. DALI 2 click can be used to develop applications for controlling other slave nodes of the DALI network or to develop slave node applications that would respond to the commands sent by the master control unit.
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