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DALI specifications from DiiA enable intelligent, connected LED luminaires

September 27, 2018

Addressing the market need for intelligent lighting fixtures with sensing and communication capabilities and IoT connectivity, the Digital Illumination Interface Alliance (DiiA) has finalized a set of new specifications based on the DALI lighting-control protocol. 

The specifications enable smart LED drivers and luminaires that can report operational, diagnostic and inventory data. Also, the specifications simplify the addition of sensors and wirelesscommunication nodes (also known as network lighting controllers) to luminaires by taking care of power-supply requirements. In turn, this makes it more straightforward for luminaires to participate in the IoT. 

DiiA is the global industry alliance for DALI lighting control, and the five new DiiA specifications build on DALI-2, with its strong focus on multi-vendor interoperability. DiiA has worked with other organizations, notably the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), to ensure global alignment of the specifications. 

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