What is meant by "Manual control"?

Modified on Wed, 18 Mar 2020 at 03:12 PM

Manual control is anything a person does via physical touch to activate a scene or change a lighting level. Manual control has the highest command priority in a Casambi network because if someone physically touches an icon or a button/switch the natural expectation is to see some kind of response.

Examples of Manual control in a Casambi system:

  • Dimming or other visible adjustment (e.g. setting the colour temperature) of luminaires in the Luminaires tab.
  • Creating a scene (because it usually involves changing luminaires visible states)
  • Activating a scene from the Scenes tab
  • Pushing a Casambi enabled switch (including Xpress or other wireless switch)
  • Sliding a Casambi enabled slider control

 = Manual control

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