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Yes, you can connect to any system. The precondition is that a WLAN connection to the system exists and that you have the valid password for this system.
Compact operating instructions are included. In addition, in the Install App, detailed descriptions of the appropriate screen are available via the "?" symbol. Also, all documentation can be found via the following link: Documentation
The following link provides all tender texts for LiveLink: Tender texts
Use the following link for the LiveLink brochure.
The following link provides all data sheets for LiveLink.
Because of the simplicity and intuitive control of the system, commissioning by a TRILUX service technician is not needed. If, despite this, you wish to commission the system via a TRILUX service technician, please contact your TRILUX Services.
Yes, individual Use Cases can be created for your requirements. Alternatively, the Universal Use Case can also be used.
LiveLink is supplied with 11 standard Use Cases: Manufacturing hall, extended manufacturing hall, classroom, corridor, patient room, small and large office, conference room, sports hall, retail and universal.
No, not any type of sensor can be connected. Special LiveLink sensors from our cooperation partner STEINEL are available for the LiveLink light management system. Error-free functioning of the system is only ensured with these special LiveLink sensors.
The sensor is connected via the DALI line and needs no separate mains connection. For further information, see the Sensors paragraph in the introduction of the operating instructions.
A surface-mounted box is available for the STEINEL LiveLink sensors.
Yes, a luminaire-integrated sensor is available.
Internet access is not needed for commissioning or setting the system. The system establishes a WLAN itself, to which you must connect. Internet access is only needed for downloading or updating the app.
Yes, a WLAN connection must be established to the system. The system establishes a WLAN automatically, to which you need to connect to set up the system.
Yes, the WLAN is encrypted according to the latest security standards. In addition, the WLAN is protected via a firewall in the LiveLink controller. The apps also feature secure password querying. All data is transmitted in encrypted form.
No, the WLAN signal cannot be currently switched off.
It is possible to connect up to 10 systems via Wi-Fi, making Master-Slave control possible. In order to connect the controller, a LiveLink Connect Controller is required, as this has a special software installed on it.
Up to 64 DALI devices can be connected directly to the controller. More than 64 DALI devices can be connected using a DALI repeater, but these are then addressed as one device.
Yes, standard push-buttons for manual operation of the system can be used. The push-button needs only to be connected to the system via a push-button coupler or to the push-button input of the controller.
The LiveLink controller features an interface used for directly connecting a push-button. Any number of push-buttons can be connected with the help of one or several push-button couplers. However, the maximum number of 64 DALI devices must not be exceeded. Up to 4 push-buttons can be connected with each push-button coupler.
No, the DALI input is not voltage-stable.
Yes, a distance of at least 1 metre must be kept between the LiveLink controller and sensor. If the distance is too short, disturbances may occur causing erroneous sensor messages.