Product News Ex-Or’s Lighting Control for DALI Lighting

Ex-Or by Honeywell, the leading global manufacturer of lighting control solutions, has announced the availability of DALI64.


esigned to make the benefits of lighting control easier to achieve than ever before, its clever

technology is embedded into a passive infrared (PIR) sensor, rather than a traditional DIN rail or riser mounted box, to give a low total cost of ownership, no requirement for additional hardware, and simplified installation. Offering 64 light addresses and 64 device

addresses, DALI64 is configured on the DALI 2 open protocol. When used as a standalone system, luminaires are connected via a standard five-core cable or a two-core DALI network cable, and up to 16 scenes and eight occupancy zones can be created to match user needs. Simple lighting commissioning is carried out using the intuitive Light Touch app on any smart device, which eliminates the usual problems associated with traditional DALI systems. Scenes and groups can be controlled through a variety of methods including a low energy Bluetooth switch, which means no wires and no batteries. Nathan Cole, Global Product Manager at Ex-Or

Advertorial Scolmore launchesdedicated

YouTube channel –SGTV Regular engagement with contractors via social media, trade magazines and face to face at exhibitions and trade shows is how Scolmore gains valuable insight into how contractors like to work and what they need to help them do their work in the most time- and cost-efficient way.


colmore’s latest venture to engage with this valuable audience sees the launch of a brand new YouTube channel –

SGTV - with the first episode airing on September 19th. The aim is to provide the viewing contractor audience with engaging, informative and innovative content that will help keep them up to date with the latest products and news, read the opinions of industry experts on issues that impact their working life and the chance to win some great prizes with regular competitions. A number of contractors have been lined up

for interview to get their views on the issues they face in the job and demonstrate how we can help overcome these with the right products and training support. A ‘Time is Money’ challenge

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board will pit contractors against each other to see who can complete the given task in the quickest time. It promises a wealth of valuable information via

interviews, tutorials, challenges, unboxings and product overviews, as well as highlighting key industry news, events and dates for the calendar. A teaser video has been launched and features some of the industry’s leading talents, with Billy Byrne, Tony Cable, Tim Shaw and Thomas Nagy all making appearances.

See the launch trailer here:

For further information, contact Scolmore on 01827 63454, or visit

by Honeywell, explained, ‘By using a Light Touch on any smart device, the usual problems associated with traditional DALI systems are eliminated. With no additional controller or hardware, and reduced installation and maintenance costs, DALI64 works equally well in both new and retrofit projects for energy conscious building managers. With greater recognition of the effect that a

comfortable working environment has on employee wellbeing, good mental health and productivity, there is a now a significant focus on lighting within commercial buildings. As well as having a negative effect on an individual’s mood

and stress levels, poor quality lighting is associated with eyestrain, migraines and headaches, lethargy, irritability and low levels of concentration. A DALI64 system can assist in creating a human centric lighting solution that supports the circadian rhythm by automatically changing tone and colour – from warm white to daylight – in tune with any available natural light. It also considers the time of day, the position of the sun and even the time of year. Ex-Or’s Nathan Cole concluded, ‘The

functionality of this innovative DALI64 lighting control solution puts Ex-Or at the forefront of the drive towards smarter buildings. Maintaining occupational health and wellbeing is vital and a controllable, adaptable lighting control system creates a more comfortable environment that improves productivity, reduces absence through illness and leads to highly motivated personnel.’

For further information please call Ex-Or by Honeywell Marketing on 01942 719229 or email

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