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LightFair 2022

DALI Alliance at LightFair 2022

June 21-23 in Las Vegas, NV

DALI Alliance seminars at Lightfair (scroll down for details)

Materials now available!!

Tuesday 21st June @ 3:30 pm

Standardized lighting and control interfaces for indoor and outdoor luminaires

Joint DALI Alliance and Zhaga seminar

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Wednesday 22nd June @ 11:00 am

Smart Lighting with D4i-enabled Luminaires: Energy Reporting, Asset Management, Predictive Maintenance and more

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DALI Alliance to present seminars and exhibit at LightFair 2022
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DALI Alliance information

The DALI Alliance (also known as the Digital Illumination Interface Alliance, or DiiA) is the global industry organization for DALI lighting control.

We have more than 300 members from around the world. Find out more about the benefits of our different membership categories here

Our North America Promotion Working Group is focused specifically of addressing the needs of the North American market for a digital, data-rich, standardized, lighting-control technology

Contact us for more information. 



DALI Alliance seminars at Lightfair

Smart Lighting with D4i-enabled Luminaires: Energy Reporting, Asset Management, Predictive Maintenance and more

Wednesday 22nd June @ 11:00-12:00 am

Session Code: L22EP4
One AIA credit
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D4i brings long-awaited plug and play standardization for smart luminaires. This course will demonstrate the benefits of D4i data using real-world application examples. A key capability in use today is power monitoring for energy savings. D4i also stores asset information, diagnostics data, and identifies failure modes of the power source, LED driver and LED array. The D4i standard, which is part of DALI-2, provides the required DC power for controllers (NLCs) and sensors. 

Attendees will understand how D4i simplifies compliance with NLC specifications from DLC. The course will feature real-world examples from utility Georgia Power using D4i.


  • Sree Venkit – Signify – The basics of D4i
  • Kevin Fitzmaurice – Georgia Power – Use case for roadway lighting
  • Michael Davidson – Synapse Wireless – Further use cases

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the capabilities of D4i luminaires for smart lighting applications
  2. Assess the value of energy monitoring and compliance with DLC specifications
  3. Explore applications of asset management using D4i
  4. Explain the benefits of using D4i diagnostics data for predictive maintenance
  5. Discover the benefits of D4i in area and street lighting installations


Sree Venkit Kevin Fitzmaurice Michael Davidson



Joint DALI Alliance and Zhaga Consortium seminar

Standardized lighting and control interfaces for indoor and outdoor luminaires

Tuesday 21st June @ 3:30-4:30 pm
Session Code: L22EP2

Zhaga is a global consortium creating interface specifications for components of LED luminaires to enable interoperable products supporting sustainable lighting for smart cities and buildings. The DALI Alliance creates standards like D4i for controlling and powering intelligent, IoT-ready luminaires.

This course shows how the combination of Zhaga and D4i gives the world of lighting plug-and-play options. Certified products can carry the dual Zhaga and D4i logos, indicating interoperable sensors, communication nodes and luminaires. The Zhaga-D4i ecosystem of lighting products enables smart, future-proof LED luminaires with IoT connectivity.


Mark Duffy – Zhaga Consortium
Michael Davidson – Synapse Wireless: "DALI-2 and D4i  What You Need to Know"
Landon Miles – Inventronics: "Plug And Play – What You Need to Know"
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Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify key benefits of Zhaga-D4i certification
  2. Compare D4i requirements for drivers and control devices (nodes) with the ANSI C137.4 standard
  3. Explain the value and importance of specifying standardized lighting and control interfaces for indoor and outdoor luminaires
  4. Recognize how to future-proof your luminaire designs and lighting installations