DALI-master modules come with I2C interface and two switch inputs

February 10, 2016 // By Julien Happich
The LED-Warrior09-01MOD and the LED-Warrior09-02MOD boards from Saelig are DALI-Master modules with an I2C interface and two switch inputs.

DALI (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) is a non-proprietary building automation bus primarily for lighting control. The LED-Warrior09-01MOD board operates from an external 5V power supply, while the LED-Warrior09-02MOD derives its power supply from the DALI-bus.

The LED-Warrior09-01MOD is galvanically isolated from the DALI bus and can therefore be easily deployed as a bridge between two networks. It may be used as an I2C to DALI bridge, providing an interface to house bus controllers, single board computers, or other equipment, sending lighting control commands to a DALI bus.

The LED-Warrior09-02MOD is intended to connect simple switches and buttons to the DALI bus, or as a standalone device. The functionality of the switch inputs can be configured via the I2C-interface. Powered from the DALI bus, this version can supply up to 15mA at 5V to external circuits. It can turn conventional switches into DALI switches, or it can be combined with an RF module to function as a wireless to DALI bridge.
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