Placement considerations

The bridge should always be in range of your EOS network, e.g., have a good RF connection to at least one of the EOS devices in your network. The bridge has an optimized internal antenna. The two main factors influencing the quality of the RF connection are the distance between the bridge and closest EOS device, and obstacles blocking the direct line-of-sight between them. For example, a metal enclosure will result in a worse RF performance as compared to a plastic housing. Please take these factors into account when installing the Bridge.


The EOS Light Protocol Bridge has a standard DALI interface, meaning both power and data are carried by only two wires. Please use a suitable DALI bus power supply to power the Bridge.

Solid wires can be directly pushed into the green connector block. If stranded wires are used, a small flat head screwdriver can be used to open the connector holes by pushing the orange pins.

Wire diameter should be between 0,2 and 1,3 mm² (24 to 16 AWG).

First connect the wires to the terminal block. It does not matter which way the wires are connected (there is no polarization in the DALI bus). 


Then, insert the green connector into the Bridge.

Once the bus power supply is on, the green LED on the side of the Bridge will indicate it is powered on. The green LED will also briefly flash when there is activity on the bus. The red LED blinks when the bridge transmits data on the bus.