Device Search
Replacing a device


To pair a Tree device, ensure that the device is powered up and connected to a commissioned Tree extension properly. If the device is connected to the Tree Extension and is also powered up, it will blink orange (the dome on the motion sensor, or a small LED on the back of a touch switch). If you encounter a red light at the connection phase, it represents the fact that the Tree connection has not been properly made, please go through and check the Green and White pair and ensure that they are connected properly.

Once the device is on and blinking orange, you can begin the pairing process. Firstly, carry out a Tree Device search by selecting the Tree Extension in the periphery tree and then hitting the button in the top ribbon.

This will then open a Tree Device Management dialog. From here you can see the currently detected devices on the left hand side and the manually added devices/ already paired devices on the right hand side.

In order to add a new device, simply select it on the left hand side of the dialog and then press ‘Add Device.’

To pair a real device with its placeholder in the configuration, select the device on the left hand side and select its counterpart on the right hand side. You can now select ‘Pair Device’.


You can easily replace a device within Loxone config without having to go through and reconnect everything.

In order to do this, find the device in the search and instead of hitting “Add Device” you can select an item of the same type from a drop-down box and pair it.


Updates for Loxone Tree devices and the Tree extension happen automatically  in the background. If the Miniserver is rebooted whilst it is updating something, the update will simply cancel and start again.

The versions of the devices can be checked in the device status window. If the version number is green, then no update is needed.

Please be aware that these updates can take up to one hour and that the version number won’t always match the Miniserver’s firmware version.

Example below


Information on how to wire Tree extensions and Tree devices, please see our page on Tree cabling.