Lemonbeat combines DALI and Ethernet technologies in IoT ecosystem
Lemonbeat has added interfaces for Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI), the international standard for lighting controls in building automation, as well as cabled Ethernet technologies.
Lemonbeat has developed a comprehensive construction kit for the Internet of things (IoT) that can bestow intelligence on even simple battery-powered devices. Devices can therefore interact with each other directly and independently of any central cloud-based or gateway control system via the Lemonbeat smart Device Language (LsDL). This makes IoT installations more reliable, says Lemonbeat, and means that only data relevant for analysis or monitoring purposes are transmitted for central processing.
The patented, energy-saving Lemonbeat Radio wireless technology is typically used at sub-GHz frequencies to enable communication between devices. This technology makes large bandwidths possible, and is suitable for local networks that are operating at their limits under conventional standards. Lemonbeat technology always uses proven Internet standards such as XML or IPv6, which means that it can be implemented flexibly.
Applications can be found in areas such as smart homes, smart gardens, and even in the professional automation of commercial buildings thanks to Lemonbeat’s co-operation with Phoenix Contact.
To add Lemonbeat Intelligence to the DALI standard, Lemonbeat provides an adapter that integrates these devices into the Lemonbeat IoT ecosystem. An additional interface allows devices to be integrated into Lemonbeat networks via cables using Ethernet technology.
Lemonbeat invented a universal construction kit for developing smart appliances for the IoT. The Lemonbeat smart Device Language (LsDL) can be used via both cables and wireless technologies in combination with the IPv6 protocol.
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