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The Dali (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) protocol is a communication standard for controlling lighting in a smart home. It allows you to control each light source separately, using digital addresses to identify each device. The Dali protocol can be used to control various types of lighting, including LEDs, fluorescent lamps and halogen lamps.

The main advantages of the Dali protocol include high accuracy of lighting control, the ability to program lighting scenarios and integration with other smart home systems. In addition, the Dali protocol provides high energy efficiency and can be used to create dynamic lighting effects, such as changing the color or brightness of light.

However, using the Dali protocol requires special equipment such as controllers and drivers, which can make it more expensive to install and configure. Also, the Dali protocol has a limited range, so it may be necessary to install additional devices to control lighting in large rooms.