DGD-CBM-DALI from Dalcnet receives commands from the Casambi Bluetooth network that are intended to control lamps or groups on the DALI line. There is no DALI power supply available and the DALI line must therefore be powered by another device. You must connect a low-voltage power supply of 12, 24 or 48 VDC.

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Dalcnet DGD-CBM DALI ends up in the Casambi lamp field as follows;


The connection voltage of the DGD series must be between 12VDC and 48VDC. The input of the push-button is therefore also low-voltage and you may connect a potential-free switch that switches and dims the DGD itself at the factory, but which you can also assign to other commands in the network, such as a light scene call.


Connection diagram Dalcnet DGD-CMB-DALI


Here you can see the available profiles of DALCNET DGD-CMB DALI. You can change the profile just before adding the dimmer to your network. There are some print screens from the lamp field that changes when you select a different profile. If you have already added this interface to your network and you want to change the profile, you will need to disconnect it.

Casambi-Profile selection-Dalcnet-DGD-CMB-DALI

Dalcnet DGD-CBM-DALI Interface is supplied in a cardboard box;