DALI MCU, or DALI Master Control Unit, is a device used in lighting control systems to manage and control multiple DALI devices. It is suitable for up to 25 electronic control gears and can be expanded with additional DALI repeaters or further DALI PCUs for greater coverage and flexibility.
DALI, or Digital Addressable Lighting Interface, is a digital communication protocol used in lighting control systems to control and monitor the lighting levels and functions of individual light fixtures. DALI MCU acts as a central control unit that allows the user to manage and program all the DALI devices connected to it.
The DALI MCU comes with a cover and rotary knob included, making it easy to install and operate. The cover protects the device from dust and other environmental factors while the rotary knob allows for easy programming and adjustments.
DALI MCU is commonly used in commercial and industrial settings, such as offices, schools, hospitals, and factories, where there is a need for precise control over lighting levels and energy efficiency. With its ability to manage up to 25 electronic control gears, it can handle large lighting systems with ease.
One of the key benefits of DALI MCU is its flexibility. With the ability to expand via DALI repeaters or further DALI PCUs, the system can be customized to fit the specific needs of the user.