The IEC62386 protocol (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) is a bus system for lighting control. Up to 64 luminaires can be connected to a IEC62386 bus. Usually it is used on room or floor level for building automation.

Classic cabling layout requires individual cabling to switch or dim multiple luminaires separately. IEC62386 allows much more flexibility. Assignment of switches, dimmers, and luminaires can be changed without any change to the cabling just by programming the units differently. Controlling multiple luminaire groups in a room does not require a complex cable tree, all units can be connected to a single set of power supply and bus lines.

The configuration of a IEC62386 bus can be done comfortably with our BusMaster software and a LED-Warrior14U-DR.



Type Device Type Chip Module Device Status
LED-Warrior04 Slave no ok ok no ok Active
LED-Warrior07 Slave ok ok no ok Active 
LED-Warrior09 Master ok ok no ok Active 
LED-Warrior11 Power Supply no ok ok ok Active 
LED-Warrior12 Slave ok no ok no ok Active 
LED-Warrior13 Master ok no ok no ok Active 
LED-Warrior14 Master ok ok ok Active 


Datasheets and Downloads

  Typ Download Operating system
pdf Datasheet LED-Warrior04  
pdf Datasheet LED-Warrior07  
pdf Datasheet LED-Warrior09  
pdf Datasheet LED-Warrior11  
pdf Datasheet LED-Warrior11-DR Instructions  
pdf Datasheet LED-Warrior12  
pdf Datasheet LED-Warrior13  
pdf Datasheet LED-Warrior14  
pdf Datasheet LED-Warrior14U-DR  
zip Software Codemercs BusMaster Software Windows
zip Software LED-Warrior09 Programmer Windows
zip Software LED-Warrior04 Config Tool Windows
zip Software LED-Warrior04 Sequencetool Windows
zip Software LED-Warrior13 config tool Windows
zip Software, Samplecode LED-Warrior14U-DR - EasyCommand Windows
zip Software, Samplecode LED-Warrior09, -14, -14U-DR Linux
zip Samplecode LED-Warrior09 & LED-Warrior14 Arduino
GitHub Mark 32px Software (On GitHub) Node-Red node for LED-Warrior14UDR  
pdf Instructions BusCollider  


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