- Series of emergency luminaires compliant to the DALI standard
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Series of emergency luminaires compliant to the DALI standard, compliant to EN 62386, compatible with all DALI central units
The DALI Master (or gateway) must support the protocol defined in standard EN 62386-202 – Self-contained emergency lighting (device type 1)
COMFORT AND EFFICIENCY
With the advent of home automation in modern systems, lighting control plays an impo¥ant role in ensuring safety, comfort and energy efficiency.
Currently there are several standards that allow the automatic adjustment of the system. These include DALI (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface), an international standard protocol compliant with standard EN 62386, which guarantees the interchangeability of ECGs from different manufacturers, simple installation and flexibility programming.
DALI is a standard system shared by the entire lighting industry.
The protocol, included in the standard of electronic ballasts EN 60929, is defined specifically by standard EN 62386.
The DALI protocol makes it possible to simultaneously operate the lighting controls, sensors, control units, electronic ballasts and lamps, including emergency lights, using the same interface (master DALI).
DALI systems are installed using the same material of electrical installations, without shielded or polarised cable. The system is addressable, each component has its own unique ID number, so it can be programmed and configured for a specific function or be reconfigured at will as necessary, by changing the requirements.
Switch-on, adjustments, light scenes and functional measurements can all be managed for the individual product, groups or the entire system.
DALI AND EMERGENCY
The biggest advantage offered by DALI in the context of an emergency is to have a single field bus to connect the ordinary lighting and emergency lighting.
This greatly simplifies the wiring of the system (bus) and the programming of the whole lighting system.
Connecting Linergy emergency luminaires to the DALI will automatically address them.
The standard EN 62386-202 allows you to:
- Check the status of the light source (lamp or LED module)
- Check the battery
- Perform or schedule functional and duration tests on the individual device, for groups or the entire system
- Control the light intensity on luminaires Lighting (L) and Maintained (M)
- Dimmer the light source according to a logarithmic curve for maximum user comfort
- Products compliant with european norms: EN 62386-101, EN 62386-102, EN 62386-202, EN 62386-207, EN 60598-1, EN 60598-2-22