The Remote Air is a compact wireless remote control with 5 buttons based on Loxone Air.
Table of Contents
- Functions and button assignment
- Inputs, Outputs, Properties
- Safety Instructions
Open the battery compartment on the back. Insert the supplied CR2032 lithium battery and close the battery compartment.
In delivery state, pairing mode will be active after inserting the battery. This is indicated by the status LED flashing red/green/orange.
To activate the pairing mode manually, hold down the pairing button for at least 5 seconds immediately after inserting the battery.
The status LED is located at the top left corner and shines through the plastic housing. The pairing button is the top button (1).
Functions and button assignment↑
Loxone Switch Standard
The Remote Air uses a modified version of the Switch Standard.
Drag the Remote Air from the periphery tree to the programming page to use the combined T5 input on supported devices (lighting, shading, audio).
The functions of the buttons are as follows:
Buttons as separate inputs
If the buttons are to be used freely in programming, activate the individual inputs by ticking the checkboxes in the settings of the Remote.
The inputs are assigned as follows:
|T5||Combined input for the 5 touch points according to the Loxone Switch Standard.||∞|
|Battery Low||This sensor switches on when the batteries are at a low state of charge.||Digital||-|
|Battery Level||This sensor indicates the current battery level.||%||∞|
|Air serial number||Serial number of the Air device||-|
|Device type||Air device type||-|
|Show Button 1||Show individual button||-|
|Show Button 2||Show individual button||-|
|Show Button 3||Show individual button||-|
|Show Button 4||Show individual button||-|
|Show Button 5||Show individual button||-|
|Display Error Output||Only when used as analogue input: Error output will be displayed n a 2nd row when ticked.||-|
The device must not be used as part of safety-critical systems.