daliGate quad seamlessly integrates DALI with Art-Net/DMX/RDM. In practice, it enables any Art-Net enabled console to control DALI fixtures alongside DMX/RDM infrastructure. No need for proprietary technology or specialist engineers!
daliGate quad is DIN rail product with Art-Net/sACN on the input and four DALI outputs. It can be used in two distinct ways – streaming and command – which are described in detail below.
In command mode, daliGate quad can be used with our free daliScene app to remotely control scenes from a tablet or smartphone.
daliGate quad is an ethernet-to-DALI interface providing four DALI circuits. It supports Art-Net 4 and sACN.
Configuration is via the internal web-browser or DMX-Workshop (free-of-charge software available from Artistic Licence). DHCP enables automatic IP addressing; static IP and LLRP negotiation are also supported.
All four DALI circuits are individually optically isolated.
A factory reset switch enables the default settings to be restored - simply hold down and cycle the power. Alternatively, a single press of this button sends a ‘squawk’ message over the network to the console. This enables easy physical location of the gateway.
The product is powered by PoE or an external DC power supply (we recommend PSU-9-1.5-FER).
daliGate quad can be used in two distinct ways, both of which are ground-breaking:
Mode 1: Streaming
This mode is useful for any application where both DMX and DALI are needed.
Mode 2: Scene
This mode is useful for applications that require remote control of scenes, such as corporate foyers or meeting rooms, retail, high-end residential, schools, museums and visitor centres.