WAGO Corporation’s new 753-647 DALI Multi-Master Module controls 64 Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI) actuators and connects with up to 64 sensors. This eliminates installing a sensor-only parallel bus (e.g., brightness measurement and presence detection), boosting DALI operational efficiency via a more cohesive network structure.
Emphasizing usability, WAGO developed a comprehensive configuration GUI for 753-647 that simplifies commissioning and management of DALI networks. The software’s most prominent features: simplified project overview, optimized device addressing, efficient volume processing and data Backup & Restore functions. To provide DALI control without extensive programming, WAGO created an “easy mode.” This runs commonly used switching/dimming functions, as well as light scenes, within the network via digital data points for both devices and groups.
DALI Connections Simplified:
WAGO’s WINSTA® 770 Series MIDI Modular Connector System supports building automation. Providing easy branching for DALI applications, WINSTA® merges design, electrical architecture management and usability, reducing field wiring times by up to 70% via pre-wired assemblies. Ranging from 2–5 poles, WINSTA® MIDI is rated up to 600V and 20A (12 AWG) with a UL Current Interruption Rating of 10A, 600V. MIDI Snap-In Connectors are utilized by OEM manufacturers of lighting fixtures. Large-scale lighting applications include the Munich International Airport, Germany. More on WINSTA® MIDI: http://www.wago.us/products/4302.htm
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