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Connect the lamp to a USB power supply with the included USB charging cable to start the pairing mode. This is indicated by the red/green/orange flashing status LED on the top.
To activate the pairing mode manually, touch the button on the top for at least 5 seconds, immediately after connecting the lamp to a USB power supply.
|Charging status||0: USB not connected
1: Battery is charging
2: Battery is fully charged
3: Charging error
|Button||Sends a pulse on falling edge||0/1|
|Smart Actuator||Smart Actuator for controlling lighting via compatible Lighting function blocks.||%||0...100|
|Online Status Table Lamp Air||Digital||0/1|
|Battery Low||This sensor switches on when the batteries are at a low state of charge.||Digital||0/1|
|Battery Level||This sensor indicates the current battery level.||%||∞|
|Monitor Online Status||When selected, you will be notified via System Status or the Mailer if the device is no longer available or goes offline.||-|
|Disable Repeater functionality||Disable repeater functionality of this Air device.
Loxone Air is based on mesh technology. Any air device connected to the power supply can repeat packets from other Air devices, thus extending the range and stability of the overall system.
In large systems with a large number of air devices in a confined space, the communication between the air devices can lead to a very high radio channel utilization. A reliable accessibility of the air devices can not be guaranteed. Disabling repeater functionality on individual Air devices can help.
Do not disable this function recklessly as this may affect the range and stability of the system.
|Serial Number||Serial number of Air device||-|
|Device type||Air device type||-|
|Actuator Type||Use device with Standard Actuator(s) or Smart Actuator(s)
Smart Actuators support dynamic fade times and can only be used with the Lighting Controller.
|Display charge status via LED||Activate the charge indicator LEDs.
Orange LED: Battery is charging
Green LED: Battery is fully charged
This device must not be used as part of safety-critical systems.