DALI stands for Digital Addressable Lighting Interface and is an interface protocol for digital communication between electronic control devices for lighting technology (e.g. electronic power supply units, transformers).

At Occhio, all ceiling, suspended and wall luminaires are available in DALI compatible versions and can thereby be easily integrated in your control system. Light from Occhio can thus be controlled via your home automation while at the same time being continuously dimmable. In Occhio luminaires with uplight and downlight, these can be controlled separately from one another.

Mito now controllable with DALI

With Mito and Mito linear, DALI is integrated directly in the luminaire or can even be added as a retrofit. In these instances, the DALI box would be used instead of Occhio air or the set box.

»color tune« – In addition to being able to control Mito, DALI can also be used to set the color temperature (with DALI device type 8 - DT8). From warm light tones with 2700 Kelvin for lounge settings to the energizing, cooler working light of 4000 Kelvin.

Directing light in groups

With DALI you can define up to 16 groups in one DALI circuit and thus create a practical grouping of luminaires in order to control them together. This would allow all luminaires in one room or entire building complexes to be turned on/off or dimmed at the same time, for example.

Design with scenes

With DALI it is possible to store 16 different lighting scenarios in every DALI unit in order to retrieve predefined lighting moods for the room at a later time. For instance, you can define certain lighting scenes for presentations in a conference room or program an evening scene for a showroom.

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