This protocol is used for all kinds of dynamic architectural lighting and is the perfect solution for RGB light scenes. It has a high data transmission speed (250000 baud) and can control 512 independent channels. Diamante’s appliances are compatible with RDM protocol, with bi-directional communication on the DMX-512A line for diagnostics and remote addressing. As a general rule, every line can accept 25 units at maximum; DMX-512A splitter is needed to extend line capacity. The cable used is a shielded, twisted pair cable; Ethernet (Cat.6 STP) cables can be used as well. Signal is polarized.
This protocol is mainly used for indoor lighting and characterised by a limited data transmission speed (1200 baud). It can control small installations with simple dynamic programmes with slow scene changes. The DALI protocol can control up to 64 independent luminaire addresses. Every line can accept maximum 64 slaves. DALI uses standard power cables, 2 x 1,5 mm2. Signal is not polarized.
It is Diamante Lighting proprietary protocol used for dynamic architectural lighting in large set-ups for precise control of fixtures or fixtures parts. High speed data transfer, allowing to drive 40 m of Riga or Rigo fixtures, with 25 cm control pitch at 50 packets per second. It features self addressing, making installation and maintenance easy: fixtures are identified by their position and no addresses, IDs discoveries must be done. On large set ups a standard controller with ArtNet output can be used, allowing a wide choice among professional large scale control systems.