Interface to DALI lighting systems
DALI (“Digital Addressable Lighting Interface”) defines how lighting control gear (eg. fluorescent ballasts, LED dimmers) and input devices (push buttons, motion detectors, etc.) should interoperate. It is standardised in IEC 62386.
IEC 62386 contains several parts. Part 101 contains general requirements for all system components, part 102 covers general requirements for control gear, and part 103 describes general requirements for control devices. Parts 2xx extend part 102 with lamp-specific extensions and parts 3xx extend part 103 with input device specific extensions.
This library has been written with reference to the following documents:
- IEC 62386-101:2014 (general requirements for system components)
- IEC 62386-102:2014 (general requirements for control gear)
- IEC 62386-103:2014 (general requirements for control devices)
- IEC 62386-201:2009 (fluorescent lamps)
- IEC 62386-202:2009 (self-contained emergency lighting)
- IEC 62386-205:2009 (supply voltage controller for incandescent lamps)
- IEC 62386-207:2009 (LED modules)
I do not have copies of the other parts of the standard; they are fairly expensive to obtain. The library is designed to be extensible; adding support for the other parts ought to be easy and self-contained.
Python versions supported
This library currently requires Python version 3.6 or later.
- address - Device addressing
- command - Command registry, interface to command decoding
- device - DALI control devices as defined in IEC 62386
- general - Commands and events from part 103
- driver - Objects to communicate with physical DALI gateways or services
- base - General driver contracts
- hasseb - Driver for Hasseb DALI Master
- tridonic - Driver for Tridonic DALI USB
- daliserver - Driver for https://github.com/onitake/daliserver (needs to be adopted to dali.driver.base API)
- hid - asyncio-based drivers for Tridonic DALI USB and hasseb DALI Master
- exceptions - DALI related exceptions
- frame - Forward and backward frames
- gear - DALI control gear as defined in IEC 62386
- emergency - Commands from part 202
- general - Commands from part 102
- incandescent - Commands from part 205
- led - Commands from part 207
- sequences - packaged sequences of commands
- Stephen Early (Author)
- Robert Niederreiter
- Diogo Gomes
- Martijn Hemeryck
- Hans Baumgartner
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