(1) Effortless networking of single light points to create an intelligent lighting network (2) Innovative network applications such as sensor-controlled light according to requirements
(1) Functions such as dimming and running light significantly reduce energy consumption
Advantages with lighting design
Light management for the refurbishment market
LiveLink Wireless also brings light management to areas that were previously difficult to network due to a lack of control lines. The options of an intelligent lighting network can therefore also be used in buildings with classic three-core cabling.
Increased sustainability for older, existing properties
The demands placed on the sustainability of a lighting system or a complete building are constantly increasing. With a radio-based light management system, energy savings can also be maximised in older, existing properties without the necessary building infrastructure. The result: lower costs and greater sustainability.
DALI and radio – hybrid operation for integrated solutions
If the control cables are missing only in some building areas, luminaires can be integrated into the lighting network simultaneously via DALI and radio (ZigBee). In addition, LiveLink Wireless has an interface for commercially available push buttons. This offers lighting designers maximum flexibility and enables holistic solutions.
Selection – a broad spectrum with DALI luminaires
The LiveLink Wireless Controller is identical in design to the classic LiveLink Wi-Fi controller and can therefore in principle be used in most DALI-capable TRILUX luminaires. Individual specifications can also be fulfilled upon request.
Advantages during installation
LED and light management – simple via 1:1 luminaire replacement
Converting conventional lighting to an LED system with light management is possible by simply replacing the luminaires one-to-one – without DALI control lines and without interfering with the building structure. The quickest possible solution.
Simple, fast and reliable – networking via ZigBee
Following installation, the luminaires are then networked via the ZigBee wireless standard in just a few simple steps. Here, a master luminaire establishes a fail-safe mesh network with up to 20 slave luminaires in the 2.4 GHz frequency range.
Intuitive commissioning – proven via Wi-Fi
Just like the classic DALI-based LiveLink systems: commissioning is carried out in just a few steps via a tablet PC. The LiveLink Install app (for iOS and Android) intuitively guides the user through the installation process and simplifies commissioning, e.g. with a wide selection of predefined room configurations (use cases).
Advantages in operation
All light management possibilities
Thanks to the radio-based networking of the luminaires, all light management options can be used despite possibly missing DALI control cables. This enables enormous improvements in energy consumption, quality of light and comfort.
Extremely economical – sensors for energy savings
High energy savings can be achieved by combining the networked luminaires with sensors for presence detection and constant light control. The refurbishment of a conventional lighting system with LED and light management cuts energy costs by up to 80 percent.
Control – conveniently via app or push-button
The networked luminaires can be controlled either fully automatically via sensors for constant light control and presence detection, or semi-automatically: optionally via a standard push button, a wireless push button or with Wi-Fi using a smart device. The LiveLink Control app is available for smartphones and tablets. Users control the luminaires individually via the intuitive user interface.
Refurbishment-friendly: networking by radio
If there are no DALI control lines the luminaires can be simply networked via radio with LiveLink Wireless.
Welcome: light management functions
LiveLink Wireless gives operators access to the entire portfolio of LiveLink light management functions.
Economical: sensors minimise energy consumption
The combination of sensors for constant light control and presence detection reduces energy consumption by up to 80 percent compared to conventional lighting systems.
Smart: convenient control
Luminaires can be controlled either fully automatically by sensors or semi-automatically – via push button or a smart device.
Reliable: meshed and protected
The radio-based mesh network offers high failure safety because the luminaires are interconnected via a meshed network.
|Input current||max. 50mA|
|Standby power consumption||<2W|
|DALI devices||max. 32|
|DALI output current||max. 64mA|
|Radio devices||max. 20|
|Luminaire groups||max. 16|
|Number of light scenes||max. 50|
|Wi-Fi range||max. 25m|
|ZigBee range||max. 100m|
|Housing temperature tc||0-85°C|
|Ambient temperature ta||0-65°C|
IEC 61347-2-11 / EN 55015
EN 61000-32 / EN 61000-33EN 61000-547 / IEC 62386
|DALI cable length||max. 300m|
|Cable length of push buttons||max. 25m|
|Permissible cable cross-section||0,5 to 1,5mm²|