Various protocols and applications
One of the most common protocols in intelligent lighting control systems is the DALI protocol. In this protocol, each electronic ballast has a specific address that can be controlled independently. The DALI protocol is recommended in the following cases:
-The office environments in which there is a lot of daylight and we want to reduce the light of the lights in the presence of the natural light of the sun. (Saving energy)
- Residential houses to define different lighting scenarios for different uses (eating, eating, sleeping ...)
- Stores so that we can create more visual appeal by changing color at different times / days / seasons.
- Whenever we want to control individual lights independently or we want to control light sources using computer software.
More information on DALI control systems
In the large production halls where multiple light bulbs work together, this method is cost effective and easy to adjust.
We use this protocol in cases where the combination of the desired light and music as well as the control of a large number of simultaneous devices is required.
Intelligent lighting control systems for passages
One of the latest achievements of lighting industry is intelligent street lighting control systems. In these systems, the illumination of the lights decreases during low traffic hours and thus greatly reduces energy consumption.
The system can even be used on existing lights, so that the controller can also be used to send control signals via power cables.