for STM8 DALI - STEVAL-ILM001V1 eva board is here.
Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI)
is a technical standard for network-based systems that control lighting
It was established as a successor for 0-10 V lighting control systems.
For more info click here.
The STEVAL-ILM001V1 is a plug-in module for the STM8S-DISCOVERY kit and SW DALI library, to create a fully working DALI slave
The STM8S-DISCOVERY + STEVAL-ILM001V1 work as a DALI slave device and
can be connected to and controlled by any DALI network.
The LD1 on the STM8S-DISCOVERY
kit is used as a light source. Its brightness, fade-in/out times, etc.,
as defined by the DALI standard, can be controlled through DALI to
simulate a normal lamp behavior.
STEVAL-ILM001V1 Key Features
- Level translation
from DALI voltage levels (-6.5 to 22.5 V) to microcontroller levels
(3.3 V / 5 V logic)
- Proper rise/fall
times for the communication
- Current consumption
limit (2 mA max.)
protection for misconnection of rated mains voltage to DALI DA
- RoHS compliant
- STM8S-DISCOVERY: works as a motherboard for the module. The USB is enough to power the whole board including the module.
- STEVAL-ILM001V1: DALI physical interface board.
- DALI network: any network with a DALI master may be used for evaluation (e.g. DALI MCU from Osram or the ST7DALI-EVAL kit).
STM8S sw DALI example is here.