DALi lighting system can automatically detect DALi lighting ballasts

ABB Elkay, DALI, lighting control

ABB Elkay’s easyDALi DALi-compliant lighting system can automatically detect DALi lighting ballasts during installation and commissioning. The system has been developed in response to demand from electrical installers for a simplified and dimmable DALi lighting system that can help compliance with Part L of the Building Regulations.

The easyDALi system uses two wires and a DC power supply to connect up to 64 ballasts in 16 different groups. The installer wires the power supply and PIR detector together and programs via a dual-purpose remote control.

The system comes with an Elkay easyDALi PIR, which has a built-in default to reduce lighting according to available daylight, along with seven different timing, presence- and absence-detection timing modes. The PIR has a corridor mode which provides full brightness for 10 minutes and dims to about 10%.

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