ABB DALI-enabled emergency lights

Friday, 03 August, 2018 | Supplied by: ABB Australia Pty Ltd



ABB’s latest range of exit signs, downlights, anti-panic and escape lighting is designed to work with the open-source DALI (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) connectivity protocol.

The emergency lighting products will install seamlessly into any DALI smart lighting system and can interface with KNX and Dali installations through the ABB DALI Gateway. Each luminaire can test itself or, if installed with the ABB DALI emergency lighting control system, a touch-screen control panel can be programmed to set up automatic function and duration tests on each luminaire at weekly, monthly or annual intervals to ensure uninterrupted service. The results from each test are stored on a spreadsheet, which can be shared with regulators or local safety officials to prove the continuity of operations.

The DALI-enabled lights are said to reduce installation costs, while the automatic monitoring feature reduces the cost of operations and provides the maximum assurance of safe and continuous operation.

All products in the ABB DALI emergency lighting range are certified to internationally recognised standards and will be registered with the Digital Illumination Interface Alliance, or DiiA, an industry group that standardises and monitors the certification of key players who use the DALI protocol. ABB is a member of the DiiA.

Online: www.abbaustralia.com.au
Phone: 1800 602 020
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