DALI (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) is an international standard and popular lighting control protocol bus. It uses Manchester-coded digital transmission. It has powerful dimming functions such as overall, group dimming, addressable dimming, and querying the status of lamps. Features. Compared with the analog 0-10V dimming bus, this bus has the characteristics of accurate dimming, addressability, stability, centralized control, and easy installation.
DMX512 was first developed by USITT (American Theatre Technology Association) to control the dimmer from the console with a standard digital interface. It is simple, reliable and flexible.
This product can convert between the standard IEC62386 DALI dimming signal and the internationally adopted DMX-512 standard signal to realize the control of the DMX module by the DALI host, and the DMX device can also be controlled by the DMX host, making the two protocols seamlessly convert