Lights, Smart Plugs & Garage Door Control

 
Lights, Smart Plugs & Garage Door Control
Installation, Configuration & User Manual
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Table of contents
Sec on                                    Descrip on                                 Page
       Forward                                                                         6
  1.0 iZone garage door                                                                7
  1.1 iZone garage door controller installa on                                         7
  1.2 iZone reed switch installa on                                                    8
  1.3 iZone garage door controller configura on                                         9
  1.4 iZone garage door controller —how to operate                                    10
  2.0 iZone power                                                                     11
  2.1 iZone smart plug—specifica on                                                    11
  2.2 iZone smart plug—installa on                                                    12
  3.0 iZone lights                                                                    13
  3.1 iZone lamp specifica ons                                                         13
  3.2 iZone downlight specifica on                                                     14
  3.3 iZone downlight installa on                                                     15
  4.0 SMART PHONE / TABLET CONTROL                                                    16
  4.1 Quick setup guide                                                               16
  4.2 Equipment                                                                       18
 4.2.1 Standard light & power control                                                 18
 4.2.2 iZone light & power control with op onal wireless wall switches & repeaters    19
  4.3 System requirements for smart phone or tablet control                           20
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 4.4     Installa on instruc ons for smartphone or tablet control   21-24
 4.5     Se1ng up your iZone app                                    25-26
 4.6     Configura on using a smart device                            27
4.6.1    Name a device                                              27-28
4.6.2    Grouping devices                                           29-30
4.6.3    Grouping switches, bu ons and sensors                      31-34
4.6.4    How to delete an device or switch from your system         35-36
4.6.5    How to change the bridge on an exis ng system               37
4.6.6    Advanced configura on                                        38
 4.7     App user manual                                             39
4.7.1    Home screen                                                 39
4.7.2    Summary screen                                              40
4.7.3    Device layout screen                                        41
4.7.4    Colour picker                                               42
4.7.5    White wheel                                                 43
4.7.6    Special effects                                              44
4.7.7    Device details                                              45
4.7.8    Device control                                              46
4.7.9    Group set up                                                47
4.7.10   Device occupancy strategy setup                             48
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 4.7.11    Favourites                                                            49
4.7.11.1   Assigning and edi ng favourites                                       50
 4.7.12    Schedules                                                             51
4.7.12.1   Se>ng and edi ng a schedule                                           52
 4.7.13    Se>ng an alarm                                                        53
4.7.13.1   Snooze or cancel the alarm                                            54
 4.7.14    Music                                                                 55
   5.0     TOUCH SCREEN CONTROL                                                  56
   5.1     Equipment for control with wall mounted colour touch screens          56
  5.1.1    Integrated iZone light, power, garage door, irriga on & AC control    57
   5.2     Installa on instruc ons for touch screen control                     58-60
   5.3     Installing and pairing wireless switches /sensors                     61
   5.4     Configura on                                                           62
  5.4.1    Name an device                                                        62
  5.4.2    Grouping switches and sensors                                        63-64
  5.4.3    How to delete an device or switch from your system                    65
  5.4.4    Advanced configura on                                                 66-67
   5.5     Touch screen user manual                                              68
  5.5.1    Main menu                                                             68
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  5.5.2    Home screen                                    69
  5.5.3    Summary screen                                 70
  5.5.4    Device layout screen                           71
  5.5.5    Colour picker                                  72
  5.5.6    White wheel                                    73
  5.5.7    Special effects                                 74
  5.5.8    Device details                                 75
  5.5.9    Group set up                                   76
 5.5.10    Switch occupancy strategy setup                77
 5.5.11    Favourites                                     78
5.5.11.1   Assigning and edi ng favourites                79
 5.5.12    Schedules                                      80
5.5.12.1   Se>ng and edi ng a schedule                    81
 5.5.13    Se>ng the me                                   82
 5.5.14    Changing the home screen colour                83
   6.0     TROUBLE SHOOTING, FAQ, WARRANTY, ASSISTANCE    84
   6.1     Trouble shoo ng                               84-87
   6.2     FAQ                                           88-91
   6.3     Product warranty policy                        92
   6.4     Further assistance                             93
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iZone lights, smart plugs and garage doors can be controlled from a number of different devices as follows:
•    Smart phone or tablet
•    A wireless switch
•    An iZone colour touch screen
•    A combination of two or more of the above devices

The iZone lights, smart plugs and garage doors need to be configured using a smart phone or touchscreen. There are subtle differences
between smart phone / tablet configuration and touch screen configuration. We recommend you use the appropriate part of this manual to
assist you when setting up your iZone system. Once configured correctly using one method, the configuration will be correct on other devices.

Lamps and Downlights are configured in exactly the same way and the appearance of each does not differ on the touch screen or the App

This installation and user manual has been divided into six parts as follows:
1.0 iZone garage doors—Installation, configuration, operation
2.0 iZone power—Smart plug, specification, installation,
3.0 iZone lights—Specification, installation
4.0. Smart phone or tablet — installation, configuration and user manual
5.0 iZone Touch Screen — installation, configuration and user manual
6.0. Trouble shooting, FAQ, warranty and assistance

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1.0 Garage door controller
1.1 iZone garage door controller installation                                                                  Connect to dedicated voltage free
                                                                                                          terminals in the garage door controller.
iZone smart plug.                                        iZone voltage free relay                               Check iZone website for terminal
A er pairing it must be                                                                                       connec ons of different makes and
changed in the configura on                                                                                                               models.
area to a “Garage Door”.                                                                                         h p://izone.com.au/resources/
A er installa on and                                                                                                 Or contact your garage door
reconfigura on, test the                                                                                                            manufacturer
opera on of the door several
 mes to ensure correct
opera on. If the door does not
operate correctly change the
pulse length, then re-test.

                                                                                                                     1
                       Garage                                                                                        2
                        door
                       control
                                      If only single GPO
                                                                                    Exis ng garage door
Exis ng garage door                   provided install a double
                                                                                          power supply
GPO                                   adaptor (not provided in
                                      CGDK )
                                                                                                               Exis ng garage
CGDK includes: 1 x iZone smart                                                                                  door opener
plug (CGPO), 1 x iZone voltage free
relay (CVFR) complete with
Australian 3 pin plug, 1 M long
                                                                                Pair and group the reed
240V lead and 1.75M long voltage
free lead, 1 x reed switch and                                                 switch to the system and
magnet (CRS)                                                                         mount onto door /
                                                                                                  frame

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1.2 iZone reed switch installation
Handy tips:
1. After removing your reed switch and magnet from the           later.
   packaging, open the switch by using a small screw
                                                              4. Put the PCB back in the casing and click it closed.
   driver in the slots on the top and bottom.
                                                              5. Using the double sided tape on the two parts, install
2. Remove the PCB and turn over to reveal the battery.
                                                                 them as shown below.
   Insure the battery protector has been removed.
                                                              6. Group the switch to the device that you want to control
3. Press and hold the small switch on the end of the PCB.
                                                                 and test it to make sure it operates correctly.
   A blue LED will illuminate on the PCB. At the same time
   press the pair button on your screen and the LED will      7. Adjust the position of the magnet if required to get the
   flash rapidly indicating that it is paired. Make a note of    most reliable performance
   the number displayed on the screen so its easy to group
                                                                                                                                                        Installation
                                                                                                                                                              Mount
Specification                                                                                                                                            4 to 8mm apart
Power supply                   CR1632 - 3 volt coin battery                                                                                                                      switch
Control frequency              433 Hz
                                                                                                                                     Magnet
                                  o           o
Operating                      -5 C to +40 C
temperature range
Environment                    Suitable for indoor use only
                                                                                                                            For best results align
Reed switch                    Height: 43 mm                                                                                      markings
                               Width: 25 mm
                               Depth: 14 mm
                               Weight: 12g
Magnet                         Height: 24 mm
                               Width: 9mm                                                                                            Face orienta on marking
                                                                                                                                     (Should face each other)
                               Depth: 10 mm
                               Weight: 6 g                                                                                                                        Pairing hole
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1.3 iZone garage door controller configuration
1.   Install the wiring to the garage door as indicated above
2.   Name your smart plug (Garage Door)
4.   Pair the Reed switch for the Garage Door and group the Garage Door Smart Plug
     and the Reed Switch
5.   Go to the detail section for the Garage Door Smart plug and change it from a
                                                                                                           Set up a group for
     standard Smart Plug to a Garage Door controller.                                                      the Garage door
6.   Test and adjust Pulse length as required                                                              controller and the
                                                                                                           associated Reed
                                                                                                           Switch

                                                                                                           Test the Garage
                                                                                                           door and adjust the
                                                                                                           pluse length to
                                                                                                           ensure the door
                                                                                                           operates correctly

                                                                                                           Press here to
                                                                                                           change the smart
                                                                                                           plug to a Garage
                                                                                                           Door controller

         Smart Plug named
              Garage Door
                                                                                                           Pair the Reed switch to be
                                                                                                           used to indicate if the garage
                                                                Press here to go to   Details sec on for   door is open or closed. Set
                                                                the details rela ng     Garage Door        the group for the Reed Switch
                                                                to the Garage Door                         to the same group as the
                                                                                                           Garage Door controller
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1.4 iZone garage door controller— how to operate
1.   Once the configuration is complete a new Garage Door icon will appear
2.   If you only have one garage door pressing the icon will open / close the garage door.
3.   If you have multiple garage doors press the garage door icon to display all the garage doors configured and control each one as your
     require. If any door is open the icon will show as “Open”. If all the doors are closed the icon will show as “Closed”.
4.   You can still use your existing garage door remote control to operate your garage door(s) as well as on your phone or tablet.

                                                                                                                        Garage Door icon will appear if
                                                                                                                        a Garage Smart plug has been
                                                                                                                        configured as a Garage door.

                                                                                                                        (Indica ng one of the doors is
                                                                                                                        currently Open)

                                                                                                                        (Indica ng all doors are
                                                                                                                        Closed)

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2.0 iZone Power
2.1 iZone smart plug - specifications
For model numbers: CGPO

Power supply            Input: 240VAC 50Hz

Power consumption       Maximum 1.5 Watts switched on
                        Minimum 0.7 Watts switched off
                                                                                    Pair bu on
                                                             Manual
Connection              Australian GPO and Australian Plug   On / Off
                                                             bu on
Maximum connected       10 amps
load permitted
Control frequency       433 Hz

Operating temperature   -5oC to +40oC
range
Environment             Suitable for indoor use only                                Plug to go into an
                                                                                    Australia 240V GPO or
                                                                                    power board
Size & Weight           Height: 107 mm
                        Width: 44 mm
                        Depth: 37 mm (Excludes prongs)
                                                             Plug 240V electrical
                                                             load in here:

                                                             240V 10amp

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2.2 iZone smart plug - Installation
For model numbers: CGPO

Certification   AS/NZS 60598.2.2; AS/NZS 61347.2.13; C Tick N29007;

Installation    •   Switch the power at the wall outlet on.
                •   Plug the iZone smart plug into the wall outlet
                •   Pair the iZone smart plug to the iZone Bridge (See pairing an iZone smart plug)
                •   Name the iZone smart plug on your touch screen , smart phone or tablet
                •   Plug the appliance to be controlled into the iZone smart plug.
                •   Control your appliance via the touch screen , smart phone or tablet , or iZone wireless switch or the on / off button
                    on the iZone smart plug.

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3.0 iZone Lights
3.1 iZone Lamp specifications
For model numbers: CL5E27 and CL5B22

Power supply                       Input: 240VAC 50Hz

Power consumption                  Maximum 9.0 Watts on full brightness
                                   Minimum 0.22 Watts in standby mode

Connection                         E27 Screw fitting or
                                   B22 Bayonet fitting

Brightness                         Maximum 644 Lumens

Efficiency                         71 Lumens / Watt (Cool White)

Control frequency                  433 Hz

Operating temperature range        -5oC to +40oC

Environment                        Suitable for indoor use only

Size & Weight                      Height: 122mm
                                   Diameter: 70mm
                                   Weight: 166g

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3.2 iZone downlight specifications
For model numbers: CL5DB, CL5DS, and CL5DW
Connection                  2 Pin Australian GPO plug
Power supply                Input: 220 — 240V AC, 66mA ~ 50Hz
Transformer                 Custom transformer included. Output: 25V DC ~ 280mA
                            The driver supplied is SELV EQUIVALENT
Power lead                  1.2 meters
Power consumption           Maximum 9.0 Watts on full brightness (Cool white)
                            Minimum 0.22 Watts in standby mode
Brightness                  Maximum 644 Lumens
Efficiency                  71 Lumens / Watt (Cool White)
Control frequency           433 Hz
Operating temperature range -20oC to +50oC
Environment                 IP44 rated
                            Suitable for indoor use only. Suitable for alfresco, porch and
                            bathroom use.
Rating                      Suitable for residential or commercial use in Australia and New
                            Zealand. Used where air transfer is not permitted or not desired
                            between living space and roof space (there will be no air transfer
                            between spaces even if there is no insulation covering the
                            luminaire). These luminaires have been tested to 90oC and will
                            automatically reduce in brightness to prevent over temperature.
Size                        Height: 69 mm (51 mm without antenna cover)
                            Face Diameter: 109.6 mm
                            Hole cut size: 90 mm
Weight                      Weight: 154 g (excludes transformer and lead)
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3.3 iZone downlight Installation
For model numbers: CL5DB, CL5DS, and CL5DW

Certification   AS/NZS 60598.2.2; AS/NZS 61347.2.13; C Tick N29007; IP44; IC-4
Installation    This product must be installed by a qualified licenced electrician in accordance with AS/NZ 3000:2007 Electrical
                installations.
                Warning this product is not suitable for mounting on tubular material.
                Please note: Accidental contact with live parts does not rely on the luminaire enclosure.
                •    Ensure power supply is isolated before starting any work
                •    Ensure downlight is located with minimum clearances from combustible building material as shown below:

                                                        Combus ble building
                                                        materials

                                                                                                HCB +25mm
                                                                                                             Non combus ble
                                                                                                             insula on material

                                                                                    SCB +25mm

                                                                                                                Ceiling

                •    Connect mains power cable
                •    Rotate spring clips up and gently insert downlight into hole
                •    Configure downlight—see details in manual

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4.0 SMART PHONE / TABLET CONTROL
4.1 Quick setup guide

1.   Download the iZone Light & Power App (iLight Controller)

2.   Connect the wireless light bridge to your modem Ethernet port. Plug the bridge into a GPO

For iZone Lamps and Downlights

3.   Install the iZone lamp / downlight . (one at a time).

4.   Turn on the power to the installed iZone Lamp / Downlight. It will flash red

5.   Press the “Pair” button on the home screen and the light will flash green 3 times then remain green

6.   Repeat steps 3 to 5 for other Lights

7.   Start controlling your Lights via the App

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4.1 Quick setup guide (Cont)

For iZone Smart Plugs

4.   Turn on the power at the wall outlet

3.   Install the iZone smart plugs . (one at a time). The on/off switch will flash red if it has never been paired

5.   Press the “Pair” button on the side of iZone smart plug and the pair button on the home screen
     simultaneously. The on / off button will flash blue to indicate it is pairing

6.   Name your smart plug on the app

7.   Start controlling your smart plugs via the App

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4.2 Equipment
4.2.1 Standard iZone Light & Power control
                                                                              Customers
                                                                               router or
                                                                                modem

                                                                                    CLB
            Lights                                                                  Wireless
                                                                                    Light Bridge

                                                         Smart Plugs

                                                                       Smart phone or
                                                                       tablet

             4 Lights and 2 Smart plug system
             shown above
             A maximum of 128 Lights / Smart plugs can
             be controlled by a single system

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4.2.2 iZone Light & Power control with optional wireless wall
switches & repeaters
        CRFL (op onal)
        Wireless switch                                                         Customers
        with occupancy sensor                                                    router or
        and light intensity                                                       modem
        meter including AC
        thermostat

                                                                                          CLB
                                                    CR (op onal)                          Wireless
                                                    Wireless Repeaters                    Light Bridge

                                                                         Smart phone or
                                                                         tablet
       iZone Lights

                                iZone Smart Plugs

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4.3 System requirements for smart phone or tablet control
Smartphone or Tablet
•    You will need a smartphone or tablet. The following platforms are
     supported: Apple and Android.
System Requirements
iOS SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS

•    Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. iOS 6.0 and higher.

ANDROID SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS

•    Requires Android: 2.1 and higher.

WiFi modem or network switch
•   You will also need a compatible WiFi modem or network switch with a spare RJ 45 access port. Some WiFi modems, firewalls and security
    settings are not compatible with the iZone bridge and will need to be changed, or your modem replaced, to enable the iZone app to
    operate.

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4.4 Installation instructions - for smart phone or tablet

1.   Download the iZone Light & Power App
     a.   You will need an account with the manufacturer of your phone to enable you to download Apps from their respective store.
     b.   Apple—Apple App Store
     c.   Android—Google Play Store
     d.   Login to the respective store.
     e.   To search for the iZone Light and Power App type “iLight Controller” into the stores search menu.
     f.   Select iLight Controller and download the App

2.   Connect the bridge to your computer network via an Ethernet port.

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4.4 Installation instructions for smart phone or tablet (continued)
3.   The power pack and bridge can be separated if required.
                Use a Philips screw driver to remove the two screws at
                the base.

                Separate the two halves. Remove the power adaptor and discard the base.

4.   Plug the bridge into a power outlet, switch the power outlet on. It is recommended to locate the bridge in the centre of the
     building and as high as possible to maximise the range.

Installing iZone Lamps and Downlights

5.   Remove one iZone Lamp or Downlight, one at a time from the packaging and install it . (one at a time).

6.   Switch the power on to the Light

                 a. If the light has never been configured the Lamp / Downlight will flash red, continuously.

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4.4 Installation instructions for smart phone or tablet (continued)
 7.   Press the pair button on the App home screen and the Light will flash green three times, and remain green when it has been
      successfully paired .

 8.    Repeat the process one Lamp / Downlight at a time until all the Lamps / Downlights have been paired. You are now ready to configure,
       name and control the Lights on your App.
       If a Lamp / Downlight does not turn red when it is first switched on, it may have been configured already or configured to another system.
       See section - Change bridge to return an iZone Light back to its factory settings.

Installing iZone Smart Plugs

 6.    Switch the power on at the wall outlet

5.    Remove iZone smart plug from the packaging and install it . (one at a time).

 5.    Press the “Pair” button on iZone smart plug and on the home screen simultaneously. The on / off
       button will flash blue to indicate it is pairing

 6.    Name your smart plug on the touchscreen or app

6.    Repeat the process for other smart plugs

7.    Start controlling your smart plugs via the App

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4.4 Installation instructions for smart phone or tablet (continued)
Pairing iZone wireless switches, buttons & sensors

Remove the front cover from the
  switch (3 bu on switch shown                       Install the AAA ba eries
    here). You will need to use a
 screw driver to release the clips

    iZone AC temperature sensor

                                                     To Pair the Switch

                                                     Press and hold down the
                        Centre LED
                                                     “Pair” bu on. The centre LED
                                                     on the switch will light up
                                                     blue.

                                                     At the same me press the
                                                     Pair bu on on the App

   If the switch is to be used as an                 The centre LED will flash to
       iZone AC room temperature                     indicate it has been paired to
  sensor you need to set the zone                    the system
number it is controlling from here

                       Light sensor
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4.5 Setting up your iZone app
Using your iZone App in your local WiFi area                                           •   You can only have access to the system from outside
•      Press the iZone button on your phone or tablet.                                     your local WiFi range after you have successfully
                                                                                           registered your system on World Wide.
                                                                                       •   To register your system you must :
•      A nine digit number will appear on at the top of the screen. This is            •   Be inside the WiFi area your system is connected to.
       you system ID number. Press on the nine digit number and you will               •   On the App press Register Now.
       go into the App. Now you can name your system using the “Rename”
       button.                                                                         •   Complete all the fields making sure you get the Suburb,
                                                                                           State and Postcode 100% correct to ensure the correct
                                                                                           weather data is displayed on your Nexus screen (if fitted)
                                                                                       •   You must agree to the Worldwide Terms.
                                                                                       •   The App will display all the systems it finds in this WiFi
                                                                                           area and will simultaneously register all devices
                                                                                           displayed.
    000002195                                                                          •   Make sure you remember your password as you will need
                                        Once you are registered for World Wide
                                                                                           it when you login via World Wide
                                        access you can press here to access your
                                        system                                         •   When you login to World Wide there is an option to save
                                                                                           your username and password (Login and Remember Me).
                                                                                           We recommend you select this option to make it faster
                                        To register your system for use outside your       and easier to login to your system remotely.
                                        local WiFi area press here. You must be
                                        inside the WiFi area that your system is       •   To reduce the data usage there may be a slight delay
                                        connected to in order register your system .       between changing a setting on your phone, and the
                                                                                           system updating, when using World Wide.
                                        Follow the prompts and complete all the
                                        fields. You must get the address correct to     •   Do not use iZone World Wide when you are in your WiFi
                                        enable the correct weather data to be              zone unless you have turned off the WiFi on your smart
                                        displayed on the Nexus screen                      phone or tablet.

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4.5 Setting up your iZone app (continued)

   c. Install and pair additional repeater modules as required to ensure full and reliable coverage across the whole building.
   d. Once your devices are up and running you can test your remote login. To do this you need to simulate being outside your WiFi area:
        -   On your smart phone go to settings and turn your WiFi OFF
        -   Open the iZone App
        -   Click on iZone Light and Power
        -   Type in your email address and your password
        -   We recommend you press “Login & Remember Me” to avoid having to type in the email address and password in future.
        -   Select the system you are controlling
        -   Try switching a light on or off
   e. Please note when operating the system remotely there can be a delay of up to 1 minute for the commands to be executed.
   f. Don’t forget to switch your WiFi back on.

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4.6 Configuration using a smart device
4.6.1 Name a device
Name a Lamp, Downlight or Smart Plug
It is recommended that you name your light or appliance for ease of use.

1.    To name your light or appliance go to the summary.
2.    Press the current name.

When a device it paired it
       will automa cally
 generate a name. Press
   here to change name

3.     Press the current name. This will take you to the Details
       screen.
                                                                           Press here to change name

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4.6.1 Name a device (continued)

4.   Using the Backspace button , delete the existing name and type in your new name.
5.   Press return to save

                                                                                        Press here to save the new name

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4.6.2 Grouping Devices
1.     To group a number of Lights and / or Smart Plugs go to the summary.
2.     Press the name of the device you would like to group.

     Press here to go to the
              device details

3.      This will take you to the Details screen.

                                                                             Press here to change the
                                                                             group this device is
                                                                             associated with.

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4.6.2 Grouping devices (continued)
4. This will take you to the Group Setup screen.
                                                                        Indicates this device is not grouped and
                                                                        operates independently

              Indicates this group controls
                  a light or power func on
                                                                        Press here to change the group number

                                                                                                           Press to save

                                            Press here if the group                                        Press here if the group
                                         relates to a light or power                                       relates to an iZone Air
                                                             func on                                       condi oning func on

             Press here if you are grouping an iZone switch bu on to
                                       perform the “All Off” func on
                                                                                                           Enter a Group number between 1
                                                                                                           and 128
              Press here if you are grouping an iZone switch bu on to
                                         perform the “All On” func on

5.   Enter the new Group number then press Save.

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4.6.3 Grouping switches, buttons & sensors

1.   To group a switch with one iZone Light or Smart plug or to group a number of iZone Lights and Smart plugs go to the summary.
2.   Press the name of the device (Light or Smart plug) that you would like to group this switch to. This will take you to the details screen.

        Device name. Press here
          to go to details screen

3.   Press the “Group” to enter the Group setup screen

                                                                                            Press here to go to the group set up screen

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4.6.3 Grouping switches, buttons & sensors (continued)

4. This will take you to the Group Setup screen.
Sensor and switch numbers are automatically
populated when the switch is paired to the
                                                        A Typical Switch          Switch S#
system
                                                              (S3)
                                                                                  Bu on B1

         Light L3 & L4 are in the same group and will                             Bu on B2
                                     operate as one.
                                                                                  Bu on B3

                                                                                  Occupancy
                                                                                  sensor “O”
           Bu on No. 1 on Switch No. 2 is used to
                           control Light L3 & L4.
                                                                                  Light intensity
        Occupancy sensor on Switch No. 2 is used                                  sensor “I”
                              to control L3 & L4

 The Light Intensity sensor on Switch No. 2 is used
              to auto control brightness of L3 & L4.
                                                         Press here to change the group number and
                                                         to configure the func on of the switch

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4.6.3 Grouping switches, buttons & sensors (Lights)
          Press here to configure this bu on to    Indicates that Switch 1 Bu on 3 is currently
           control a Light or smart plug group.   being set up.

                                                    Press here to configure this bu on to
                                                    control an air condi oning zone or AC
                                                    system.

  Press here to configure this bu on to be able    Press here to set the group you want to
  to operate in the same manner as the “All       control
  lights Off” bu on on the App

                                                   Indicates that Switch 1 Bu on 3 will control
  Press here to configure this bu on to be able     the devices in group 8
  to operate in the same manner as the “All
  lights On” bu on on the App

            Using the key pad type in the group
                                        number

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4.6.3 Grouping switches, buttons & sensors (AC)
          Press here to configure this bu on to     Indicates that Switch 1 Bu on 1 is currently
            control a light or smart plug group.   being set up.

                                                    Press here to configure this bu on to
                                                    control an air condi oning zone or AC
                                                    system.

  Press here to configure this bu on to be able     Press here to set the AC zone number you
  to switch the AC system on and off                want to control

                                                   Indicates that Switch 1 Bu on 1 will control
                                                   the Zone 1. Pressing this bu on will toggle
                                                   zone 1 from “Closed” (red glowing bu on) to
                                                   “Climate” (blue glowing bu on)

            Using the key pad type in the group
                                        number

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4.6.4 How to delete a device from your system

On the home screen                              Press here to delete a device.
                                                It is recommended that the
press the Config button.
                                                device you want to delete is
                                                connected and powered. This
Type in the password “wamfud”                   will ensure the device is
and you will be taken to the                    returned to its factory default
system Config screen                            se>ngs ready for pairing to
                                                another system.

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4.6.4 How to delete a device from your system (continued)

                                                            Press here to delete device L3

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4.6.5 How to change the bridge on an existing system
                                             Follow this procedure to change the bridge:

                                             1. Remove the exis ng bridge

                                             2. Switch all Lights ON at the power source (light switch)
In the event that your bridge is
                                             3. Wait 15 minutes. All Lights should default to cool
damaged, missing or stops working
                                             white and full brightness.
and needs to be replaced you must
follow these instructions.                   4. Switch the first Light OFF and immediately back ON at
                                             the power source. Within 30 seconds press the “Change
Because all the Lights and switches          Bridge Icon”
have been paired to a previous
                                             5. The first Light should turn red. It has now been
bridge it will be necessary to first
                                             returned to its default factory se>ng.
return each Light to its factory
default setting so that it can be re-        6. One at a me, repeat this process (4 to 5) for the
paired to the new bridge.                    remaining Lights, un l all the Lights have been reset to
                                             their factory se>ng.

                                             7. Install the new bridge.

                                             8. Pair the iZone AC system to the new bridge first. (if
                                             one is installed)
On the home screen                           9. Now pair all lights, switches, smart plugs etc as per
press the Config button.                     normal. It should flash green 3 mes and remain green
                                             indica ng it has paired with the new bridge.
Type in the password “wamfud”                10. Label and group all devices as per normal
and you will be taken to the                 11. Your system is now ready to operate via its new
System Config screen                         bridge.

                                             12. If this is a stand alone system (Not connected to an
                                             iZone AC system), you will need to register the new
                                             bridge ID on iZone World Wide. Contact
                                             support@izone.com.au to delete the old bridge ID from
                                             iZone World Wide.

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4.6.6 Advanced configuration
                                    Press here to pair a device

Press to go to back to the home
page                                Press here to delete a device

                                    Press here to go to Group Setup
                                    screen

                                    Press here to change the radio
                                    frequency channel. If this is changed
                                    all RF devices must be deleted
                                    before changing channel. All RF
                                    devices must be re-paired a er the
                                    channel has been changed.

                                    Press here to manually configure
                                    the bridge se>ngs

                                    Press here to lock the system to
                                    prevent changes being made

                                    Press here to view a list of devices
                                    and their so ware revisions in this
                                    system

                                    Press here to change the custom
                                    password

                                    Press here to change the bridge

Press here to manually sync the     Press here to change how the izone Light
izone Light & Power system to the   & power system and the smart phone /
smart phone / tablet’s me           tablet will automa cally sync their me.
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4.7 App user manual
                                          Logout of the current system

4.7.1 Home screen
                                          Press to here to change Light
                                          colours, brightness, whites
 Press here for a summary of devices
                           installed.
                                          Press to ac vate a schedule
                                          or to configure a new
                                          schedule.

                                          Press to access device special
  Press here to view devices in Layout    effects menu
                                 mode
                                          Press here to select the music to
                                          play.
         Press to ac vate a favourite
         mode or to configure a new        Press here to switch all devices Off.
         favourite .                      Only devices that are configured for
                                          “All Off” func onality in the details
                                          sec on will be controlled when
  Press here to switch all devices On.
                                          pressing this bu on
  Only devices that are configured for
   “All On” func onality in the details
       sec on will be controlled when     Press to name your system. You
                 pressing this bu on      can have up to 5 different systems
                                          on your App. Naming them helps
                                          you to easily iden fy each system

                 Press to pair a device

                                          Press to access advanced
                                          configura on se>ngs

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Press Colour and then the %
4.7.2 Summary screen                               brightness to change colours

     Press to go to the main menu page

                                                    Press FX and then % brightness to
                                                    add a Special Effect to the device

 Indicates Light colour and that this Light
is ON. Press here to switch the Light OFF          Indicates this device is OFF

    Indicates device is OFF. Press here to         Indicates this device has:
                   switch the device ON.
                                              L3   a) no power and has been switched
                                                   off at the wall switch / GPO. Switch
                                                   “on” power to enable device to be
  Default name. Automa cally generated
                                                   controlled, or
 when device is first paired. Press here to
                            change name            b) lost communica ons with the
                                                   bridge or is out of range

                                                   Indicates this device will
      device name. Press here to change            automa cally come on in conjunc on
                 name or access details            with an alarm clock se>ng. Press to
                                                   access FX menu for this device

                                                   Indicates this light’s brightness is
                                                   51%. Press to change

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4.7.3 Device layout screen
                                                Indicates page name. Press to
                Press to go to home page
                                                change

 Indicates Light colour and the Light is ON.
       Press here to switch this Light OFF
                                               Indicates this page is locked. Press
                                               “Unlock” to modify the layout

Indicates this device has been switched off
 at the wall switch / GPO. Switch on power      The same name Indicates
         to enable device to be controlled.     these two Lights are in the
                                                same group

                                               Indicates this devices’s name.

                                               Indicates light is OFF. Press here to
                                               switch light ON.

      Press here to go back to the previous    Press here to scroll to the next page
      page

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4.7.4 Colour picker
      Indicates Light name that is being
    controlled. Press here to go to light
                                  details      Press to go to Special Effects menu

                                               Current colour selected. For very fine
                                               colour selec on see details screen

                 Current colour selected

                                               Press here to select a primary colour

                                               Press here to go to the white wheel
      Press here to switch this Light OFF
                                               selec on

                                               Slide here to decrease or increase the
                                               brightness of this Light. (For very fine
                                               tuning see details screen

 Press here to go back to the previous Light
                                               Press here to go to next Light

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Indicates light that is being controlled.
4.7.5 White wheel

                                           Press to go to special effects menu

  Press to go back to the home page

                                           Current white selected (90% warm
                                           white). Move dial to change from
                                           warm to cool white

                                           Press here to go to maximum
                                           warm white
        Press here to go to maximum
        cool white

                                           Press here to go to the colour
     Press here to switch this Light OFF
                                           picker selec on

                                           Slide here to decrease or increase
                                           the brightness of this Light. (For very
                                           fine tuning see details screen
  Press here to scroll back to previous
                                  Light

                                           Press here to go to next Light
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4.7.6 Special effects
   Indicates device name being controlled
                                                Press to ac vate best white for
          Press to go to back to main menu
                                                reading and concentra on

        Press here to switch this device OFF
                                                Press to rotate through the
                                                primary colours. Use in
   Toggle here to change the speed that this
                                                conjunc on with accelerator for
Light changes from Off to full brightness and
                                                varying effects
                   from full brightness to Off

    Press to ac vate best white for relaxing
                                                Press here to for this device to
                                                switch on randomly between
              Press to ac vate candle effect
                                                6:20pm and 10:48pm when you
                                                are away on holiday
     Press to set alarm . device will come on
         when this alarm is ac vated. (only
              available on smart device App)    Press here to ac vate circadian
                                                ligh ng to match standard
 Press to ac vate occupancy sensor for this     circadian rhythm.
 device. Dedicated hardware is required for
                 this feature to be enabled
                                                Switch Auto brightness control on /
Press to select music and to control Light to   off here. Dedicated hardware is
the rhythm of the music. (only available on     required for this feature to be enabled
                          smart device App)

                                                Slide here to set the target
                                                brightness when opera ng in Auto
                                                brightness mode. Dedicated
                                                hardware is required for this
                                                feature to be enabled

         Press here to scroll to the previous   Press here to scroll to the next device

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4.7.7 Device details
To navigate here from the Home
screen press > Lights > Light
name

    Press to go back to the summary screen
                                                Press here to change the name

Indicates you are in the device details menu

                Current name for this device

                                                Press here to change the group
                     Type of device installed
                                                number. 0 or - will ungroup this
                                                device and it will operate
   The group that this device belongs to. All   independently
     lights, smart plugs , switch bu ons and
           sensors in this group will operate   Press here to change the page that
                                     together   you want this device to be
                                                displayed on in Layout mode
 Device status . Showing as Manual. If “No
Power” is indicated this has been turned off
                                                Press here to fine tune the light
                               at the switch
                                                colour. Input the exact RGB mix
                                                required

                                                Press here to fine tune the exact
  Scroll down to the control page where you     light brightness level.
     can set up associated control scenarios.

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4.7.8 Device control
To navigate here from the Home
screen press > Lights > Light
name > scroll down                           Press here to fine tune the colour.
                                             Input the exact RGB mix required

                                             Press here to fine tune the exact
 Press to go back to the summary screen      brightness percentage.

                                             Press here to change the group
                                             number. 0 or - will ungroup this
                                             device and it will operate
When this switch is on (Green) this device   independently
 will switch off when the “All Off” bu on
           on the home screen is pressed

When this switch is on (Green) this device
 will switch on when the “All On” bu on      Indicates that the occupancy sensor
           on the home screen is pressed     on Switch No. 1 is used to control
                                             this device. Press here to set up the
                                             occupancy controlling strategy
 Indicates bu on 1 on switch 1 has been
configured to switch this device group On
                                             Indicates that the Light Intensity
                                  and Off
                                             sensor in Switch No. 1 has been
                                             configured to auto control brightness
                                             for this device.

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4.7.9 Group set up
To navigate here from the Home
screen press > Lights > name >                      Indicates this bu on has not been
Group                                               grouped and will operate independently.

           Press to go to device details page
                                                -   Lights, smart plugs and switches are
      Bu on No. 2 on Switch No. 1 is used to        automa cally sorted by group number
      control the iZone air condi oning unit.
                                                    Bu on No. 1 on Switch No. 1 is used to
                                                    control all devices associated with Group 8.
                                                    (Walter & L2)

                                                    Occupancy sensor on Switch No. 1 is used
                                                    for all Lights associated with Group 8

                                                    Press here to change the group
  Light Walter & L2 are in the same group (8)       number for this occupancy sensor
                     and will operate as one.
                                                    The Light Intensity sensor in Switch No. 1 is
                                                    used to auto control brightness to Walter &
       Light ID. This number is automa cally        L2.
                     generated by the system
                                                    Press here to change the group number
                                                    for this light intensity sensor

                                                    Press here to change the group
                                                    number for this bu on

     This Light has been named Work Bench

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4.7.10 Device occupancy strategy setup
   Indicates that the occupancy sensor on       Press to save this strategy
         Switch No. 1 is being setup. Every
occupancy sensor on the system must have
                            its own strategy

                                                Press here to change delay 1
          The me taken without detec ng
          movement before the first ac on
                                                Press here to change the
                                                percentage brightness the Light is
                                                adjusted to at the end of delay 1.
                                                Currently set at 24% of full
           The ac on to occur a er delay 1
                                                brightness

          The me taken without detec ng         Press here to change delay 2
         movement a er the second ac on

                                                Press here to change the
                                                percentage brightness the Light is
                                                adjusted to at the end of delay 2.
              The ac on to occur a er delay 2
                                                Currently set at Off

     Indicates this device will automa cally
switch back on once movement is detected.

  Switch this func on off if you require the
   user to manually switch the light off and
           then back on to reset the sensor

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4.7.11 Favourites
To navigate here from the Home                           Press here to setup and
screen press > Favourites                                edit favourites

Tip!
Set up your Lights and smart
plugs using the Colour Picker,
White Wheel, and Special FX
features then save this set up as a
favourite
                                                         Press the favourite you would
                                                         like and the devices will
                                                         automa cally change all the
                                                         se>ngs for this favourite.

                              Indicates this favourite
                                has not been named.

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4.7.11.1 Editing favourites                  Press here to save.

              Indicates current favourite
                          being changed.
                                             Press here to change the
                                             name of this favourite.

                                             Indicates what mode you
                            device name.
                                             want each device to operate
                                             in when this favourite is
                                             used. Change each device
                                             se>ng to suit your
                                             requirements for this
                                             favourite.

                                             If you require a different se>ng to
                                             those indicated, go to your device
                                             summary and change the se>ng to how
                                             you would like them to operate for this
                                             favourite. Then return to the edit
                                             favourite screen, exclude any devices
       Indicates these devices have been
                                             you do not want to be affected by this
            excluded from this favourite.
                                             favourite and press the save bu on

     Blue ck indicates that this device is
               included in this favourite

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4.7.12 Schedules                                        Press here to set up or edit a
To navigate here from the Home                          schedule on any favourite
screen press > Schedules

Tip!
                                                        Indicates an automa c me
Set up your favourites first and then
                                                        schedule has been enabled
schedule the time you want the                          for this favourite.
favourite to come on and go off.
Enable the schedule or disable it if you
don’t want the schedule to operate.
Schedules are automatically disabled
in holiday mode.

                                                        Indicates the schedule has
                                                        not been enabled

    Any of your favourites can be set to automa cally
     start at any me of your choosing. Press here to
   enable the me based schedule for favourite (Red)

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4.7.12.1 Setting and editing a schedule
To navigate here from the Home
screen press > Schedules > Edit
                                                         Press here to save your new
> The schedule you want to
                                                         se>ng.
modify

                       Indicates current schedule that   Press to add the days you
                           you are changing or se>ng.    want this schedule to run
                                                         on.

                                                         Spin hour, minute and AM/
                                                         PM to set the start me

                                                         Press here if no stop me
                                                         is required.

                                                         Spin hour, minute and AM/
                                                         PM to set the stop me

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4.7.13. Setting an alarm
                                                         Press here to save your
                                                         alarm se>ngs
Tip:
Set your accelerator to
“Wake” setting for those
                                                         Press here to enable /
Lights used for alarms,
                                                         disable this alarm.
so that the light comes on
very slowly.

                                                         Press here to set the days of
                                                         the week you want this
                             Spin to adjust the hours,
                                                         alarm to work on
                               minutes and AM / PM.

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4.7.13.1 Snooze and cancel the alarm
How the alarm and snooze
functions display and are
controlled may vary from smart
device to smart device.

                           Indicates current date and
                                                  me.

                                                           Slide to the le and a 10
                                                           minute snooze bu on will
                            This is displayed when the
                                                           appear. Press the snooze
                                audible alarm sounds.
                                                           bu on for a 10 minute delay
                                                           before the alarm sounds
                                                           again. You can also switch
                          Slide to the right to stop the   the alarm off from the
                              alarm. When the alarm is     snooze mode. Hit the X
                          stopped the device will turn     bu on.
                                                     on.

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4.7.14 Music
To navigate here from the Home screen
press > Music
To select which Light you want to sync
with the music you need set the Light to
music in the special effects menu .

                           List of last 5 songs played.

                                                          Current song playing

                           In Custom mode you can
                          change the colours of the
                             Lights from this screen
                               using the RGB sliders      Press here to allow the
                                                          system to select different
                                                          colours automa cally.

                            To sync the lights to an       Press to stop the music
                             external sound source,
                             press Microphone and
                           place the device close to
                                  the sound source

                                                          Press to pause the music
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5.0 TOUCH SCREEN CONTROL
5.1 Equipment for control with wall mounted colour touch
screens

                                                                                                            Customers
                                                                                                             router or
                                                                                                              modem
                                          CC220
               CT24AC

                                                                                                                     CLB
                                                                                                                     Wireless
                                                                                                                     Light Bridge

                                                            Lights

                                                                                            Smart plugs

                                 CCTS

4 Light system with 1 colour touch screen shown
above
                                                                     Note:
A maximum of 128 devices and 12 wall mounted colour touch
                                                                     Some special effects are not available on the wall
screens can be configured to operate as a single system
                                                                     mounted colour touch screen
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5.1.1 Integrated iZone light, power, garage door, irrigation & AC
    control
                                                                                     Zone 1
Zone 2

                                                                                     Zone 3
Zone 4                                                                                                                   Smart phone or
                                                           CCTSL                                                         tablet

                                                                                     Zone 5     Wireless garden       Customers router or
                                                                                                   irriga on                     modem
                                                                                               (Max 24 sta ons)

                                                CC220                                   CRFL (op onal)
                                                                                        Wireless device switch
         CT24AC                                                                         with occupancy sensor
                                                                                        and light intensity
                                                                   Garage               meter including AC
                                                C320#               door                thermostat

                  5 Zone system with 1
                  colour touch screen
                  shown above
                  A maximum of 14 zones,         AC Unit                                                                 CLB
                  128 light / power devices                                                                              Wireless
                  and 12 colour touch screens                               Lights                                       Light Bridge
                  can be supported by one
                                                                                                  iZone Smart Plugs
                  combined iZone system
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5.2 Installation instructions for touch screen control

1.    If using smart phone or tablet control as well as touch screen control it is possible to use either method to install devices. Below is a
      description on how to install your Lights and smart plugs if you only have an iZone touchscreen without a smartphone or tablet control

2.   Connect the bridge to your computer network via an Ethernet port on your
     modem.

3.    Plug the bridge into a power outlet and switch the power outlet on. It is recommended to locate the bridge
in the centre of the building and as high as possible in order to maximise the WiFi range.

     a) Pair the bridge to the air conditioning system by pressing and holding the Pair button on the Light bridge while simultaneously pressing
the Pair button in the air conditioning section of the iZone touch screen

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4.    The power pack and bridge can be separated if required
                 Using a Philips head screw driver remove the two screws at the base.
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5.2 Installation instructions for touch screen control only (continued)

                Separate the two halves. Remove the power adaptor and discard the base.

Installing iZone Lamps and Downlights

5.   Remove the lamp / downlight from the packaging and install the light (one at a time). Only configure one light at a time.

6.   Switch the power on to the Light. If the Light has never been configured the light will flash red.

                                   =
7.   Press the Pair button on the touchscreen and the Light will flash green 3 times then remain green once it has been paired successfully.

                                   =
8.   Repeat the process one light at a time. You are now ready to configure, name and control the lights on your touch screen.
     If a light does not turn green when it is first switched on it may have been configured already or configured to another system. See the
     section on trouble shooting and how to return a light back to its factory default settings.

9.   If required install and pair repeaters as required to ensure full and reliable coverage across the whole building.

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5.2 Installation instructions for touch screen control only (continued)

Installing iZone Smart Plugs

5.    Remove iZone smart plug from the packaging and install it . (one at a time).

 5.    Press the “Pair” button on smart plug and on the iZone Light and Power home screen simultaneously.
       The on / off button will flash blue to indicate it is pairing

 6.    Name your smart plug on the touchscreen

6.    Repeat the process for other smart plugs

7.    Start controlling your smart plugs via the touchscreen

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5.3 Installing and pairing wireless switches / sensors

Remove the front cover from the
  switch (3 bu on switch shown                   Install the AAA ba eries
    here). You will need to use a
 screw driver to release the clips

       iZone temperature sensor

                                                 To Pair the Switch

                                                 Press and hold down the
                        Centre LED
                                                 “Pair” bu on. The centre LED
                                                 on the switch will light up
                                                 blue.

                                                 At the same me press the
                                                 Pair bu on on the screen

   If the switch is to be used as an             The centre LED will flash to
  iZone room temperature sensor                  indicate it has been paired to
you need to set the zone number                  the system
 for the zone it is controlling here

                      Light sensor

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5.4 Configuration
5.4.1 Name an device
It is recommended that you name your devices for ease of use.
1.   To name your device go to the summary.
2.   Press the current name. This will take you to the setup screen.

        device name. Press here
                to change name

3.   Press the pencil adjacent to the current name.
4.   Delete the existing name and type in your new name.
5.   Press enter to save

                                                                       Press here to change the name

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5.4.2 Grouping switches & sensors
1.   To group a switch with an device or group of devices go to the device summary.
2.   Press the name of the device you would like to group this switch with. This will take you to the Lamp details screen.

        device name. Press here
                      to group

3.   Press the pencil adjacent to the “Group”.

                                                                                           Press here to go to the group set up screen

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5.4.2 Grouping switches & sensors (continued)

4. This will take you to the Group Setup screen.
Sensor and switch numbers are automatically
populated when the switch is paired to the
                                                    A Typical Switch           Switch S#
system
                                                                               Bu on B1

      device L3 & L6 are in the same group and                                 Bu on B2
                             will operate as one.
                                                                               Bu on B3

                                                                               Occupancy
                                                                               sensor O1
        Bu on No. 1 on Switch No. 3 is used to
                       control device L3 & L6.
                                                                               Light intensity
     Occupancy sensor on Switch No. 3 is used                                  sensor I1
                           to control L3 & L6

    The Light Intensity sensor in Switch No. 3 is
     used to auto control brightness of L3 & L6.
                                                     Press here to change the group number.
                                                     Different prefixes can be used to control
                                                     different systems. See table below for the
                                                     prefixes available at the me of prin ng.

                                                            Light Groups     LG#
                                                            AC Zones         ZG#
                                                            AC Unit On/Off    AC

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5.4.3 How to delete an device or switch from your system
9.   To delete a device from your system. Follow the procedure below:
     a.    Switch the device On.
     b.    On the home screen press the Config button.

     c.    Type in the password “wamfud”.
     d.    Press the pencil adjacent to Delete a device

                                                                              Press here

      e.   Press the radio button adjacent to the device to be deleted
      f.   If it is a working device it will flash red repeatedly

      g.   This device has now been returned to its factory default setting

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5.4.4 Advanced configuration                         Press to go to home page

Only use this func on if you need to change the      Press here to pair an device or
bridge in an exis ng system.                         switch

Follow this procedure to change the bridge:
                                                     Press here to delete an device or
1. Remove the exis ng bridge                         switch
2. Switch all Lights ON at the power source (light
                                                     Press here to go to group setup
switch)
                                                     screen
3. Wait 15 minutes. All Lights should default to
cool white and full brightness.                      Press here to change the radio
                                                     frequency channel. If this is
4. Switch the first Light OFF and immediately
                                                     changed, then all RF devices must
back ON at the power source. Within 30 seconds
                                                     first be deleted before changing
press the “Change Bridge Icon”
                                                     the channel. All RF devices will
5. The first Light should turn red. It has now        need to be paired again a er the
been returned to its default factory se>ng.          channel has been changed.
6. Pair this Light as per normal. It should flash
green 3 mes and remain green indica ng it has        Press here to lock the system to
paired with the new bridge. Switch this Light off.    prevent changes being made to the
                                                     layout screen
7. One at a me, repeat this process (4 to 6) for
the remaining Lights, un l all the Lights have       Press here to change the tag lines
been reset and paired to the new bridge.             that display at the bo om of the
                                                     screen
8. Your system is now ready to operate via its
new bridge                                           Press here to view a list of devices
                                                     and their so ware revisions in this
                                                     system

                                                     Press here to customise your
                                                     system password
 Press here to scroll to the Config screen if
                                 applicable          Press here to go back to the home
                                                     screen
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5.4.4 Advanced configuration (continued)                  Press to go to home page

     When this op on is selected the only way to
 control the Light is via the Touchscreen, Light RF
switch or via the App. The exis ng 240Volt light
 switch can only be used to switch the Light on if
             it‘s last se>ng on the App was “on”.         Press here to find which switches
                                                          and bu ons are which. Press a
                                                          bu on on a switch and the
     Press here if you want you Lights to come on         system will tell you the Switch
     a er a power failure or when the light switch        number and bu on number you
        has been switched off and back on a er 10          last pressed
      seconds. The Lights will come on at their last
 known “on” mode. For example, if the last me
 a light was “on” and was at blue 50% brightness
      and is switched off via the App. If the Light is     Press here to go to the diagnos cs
  then switched off and back on a er 10 seconds            sec on. Here you can scroll through
     at the light switch it will turn on blue at 50%      the Lights installed in the system
                                          brightness.     and view variables such as internal
                                                          Light temperature, Light sensor set
                                                          point and actual, movement
                                                          detec on and any overrides that are
                                                          taking place due to temperature,
  Press here if you want your Lights to come on
                                                          light intensity or lack of movement.
   a er a power failure or when the light switch
     has been switched off and back on a er 10
  seconds. The Lights will come on at 100% cool
white even if they had been previously switched
     off at the touchscreen or set to a different
 colour or brightness. This is the factory default
                                           se>ng

                                                        Press here to go back

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5.5 Touch screen user manual
5.5.1 Main menu
                                     System date and me

                                     Press here to control
    Press here to control your air   your systems lights
             condi oning system

   (See iZone manual for details)
                                     Press to set system me
                                     and date. This can also be
                                     set automa cally to sync
                                     with your smart phone or
                                     tablet.

           Press to change screen
                          se>ngs

                                     Press to ac vate or
                                     deac vate this touch
                                     screen’s audio feed
                                     back (beep on touch).

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5.5.2 Home screen
      Press here to go back to Main       System date and me
      Menu

  Press here for a summary of Lights
                          installed.
                                          Press to here to change light
                                          colours, brightness, whites

  Press here to view devices in Layout
                                          Press to access ligh ng special
                                 mode
                                          effects menu

         Press to ac vate a favourite
         mode or to configure a new        Press to ac vate a schedule
         favourite                        or to configure a new
                                          schedule
   Press here to switch all devices Off

    Press here to switch all liLghts On

                                          Press to pair an device or switch
            Press to access advanced
               configura on se>ngs

  Tag line this will vary depending on    WiFi connec on
             the installa on company.

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5.5.3 Summary screen                           Press to go to Special Effects menu

                                               Press to go to Colour change menu
       device name. Press here to change
                  name or access details       Press to go to home page

                                               Indicates this Light is in Reading
                                               mode special effect. Press here to
                                               change
     Indicates Light colour and Light is ON.
            Press here to switch Light OFF     Indicates this Light is OFF

                                               Indicates this Light’s brightness is
                                               set at 85% of maximum. Press to
       Indicates Light is OFF. Press here to   change
                           switch Light ON.
                                               Indicates this Light is in holiday
                                               mode special effect. Press to change
   Default name. Automa cally generated
   when Light is first paired. Press here to
                                               Indicates this Light has been
                             change name
                                               switched off at the wall switch / GPO.
                                               Switch on power to enable Light to
                  Indicates this device has:   be controlled.

  a) no power and has been switched off at
 the wall switch / GPO. Switch on power to     Indicates this Light’s brightness is
            enable device to be controlled.    being automa cally controlled. Press
b) Has lost communica ons with the bridge      to change
                        or is out of range
                                               Indicates this Light is opera ng in
                                               Candle special effect. Press here to
    Press here to scroll up to view previous
                                               change special effect.
                                       page

                                               Press here to go back to home page
    Press here to scroll down to view more
                                    devices

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5.5.4 Device layout screen                     Press to go to Special Effects menu

                                               Press to go to Colour change menu

     Indicates page name. Press to change
                                               Press to go to home page
     Indicates Light colour and Light is ON.
            Press here to switch Light OFF
                                               Indicates this page is unlocked. In
                                               this mode you can change the
                                               layout posi on of each device. Press
                                               here to lock layout. When the
       Indicates Light is OFF. Press here to   layout is locked you can press any
                           switch Light ON.    device to switch it on and off
                                               provided it has power.

                  Indicates this device has:

  a) no power and has been switched off at
 the wall switch / GPO. Switch on power to
            enable device to be controlled.    The same name Indicates
                                               these two Lights are in the
b) Has lost communica ons with the bridge
                                               same group
                        or is out of range

                                               Indicates this device group name. to
                                               change
   Press here to scroll up to previous page

     Press here to scroll down to next page    Press here to go back to home page

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5.5.5 Colour picker
 Indicates Light that is being controlled.
        Press here to go to Light details)   Press to go to home page

   Current colour selected. For very fine
                        colour selec on

                                             Press here to select a primary
                                             colour

                                             Press here to go to the white
       Press here to switch this Light OFF
                                             wheel selec on

                                             Press to go to Special Effects menu

                                             Slide here to decrease or increase
                                             the brightness of this Light. (For very
 Press here to scroll up to previous Light   fine tuning see details screen)

  Press here to scroll down to next Light
                                             Press here to go back
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5.5.6 White wheel
 Indicates Light that is being controlled.
         Press here to go to Light details   Press to go to home page

                                             Current white selected. For very fine
                                             colour selec on see Light details

           Press here to go to the colour
                                             Press here to select a primary
                         wheel selec on
                                             colour

       Press here to switch this Light OFF

                                             Press to go to Special Effects menu

                                             Slide here to decrease or increase
Press here to scroll up to previous Lights   the brightness of this Light. (For very
                                             fine tuning see Light details screen

 Press here to scroll down to next Lights
                                             Press here to go back
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Press to go to home page
5.5.7 Special effects
                                                Press to ac vate best white for
         Indicates device being controlled      reading and concentra on

        Press here to switch this device OFF
                                                Press to rotate through the
                                                primary colours. Use in
                                                conjunc on with accelerator for
     Toggle here to change speed this Light     varying effects
        changes when switched on and off

                                                Press here to for this device to
    Press to ac vate best white for relaxing
                                                switch on randomly between
                                                6:20pm and 10:48pm when you
              Press to ac vate candle effect     are away on holiday

        Green icon indicates this device will   Press here to ac vate Circadian
automa cally turn on when the alarm clock       ligh ng to match standard
 is switched off. (Can only be selected on       circadian rhythm.
                         smart device App)
                                                Press here to go to the colour
Press to ac vate occupancy sensor for this      picker for this Light
device. Dedicated hardware is required for
                this feature to be enabled
                                                Slide here to set the target
                                                brightness when opera ng in Auto
 Green icon indicates this Light will beat to   brightness mode. Dedicated
   the rhythm of the music. (Can only be        hardware is required for this
           selected on smart device App)        feature to be enabled

                                                Switch Auto brightness control on /
                                                off here. Dedicated hardware is
      Press here to scroll to the next device
                                                required for this feature to be enabled

         Press here to scroll to the previous   Press here to go back to home page

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5.5.8 Device details                             Press to go to home page

    Indicates device that is being changed
                                                 Press here to change the name
device ID number . This is generated by the
                  system when first paired
                                                 Press here to change the group
               Current name for this device      number. 0 or - will ungroup this
                                                 device and it will operate
                     Type of device installed
                                                 independently

   The group that this device belongs to. All
                                                 Press here to change the page
    devices , switch bu ons and sensors in
                                                 you want this device displayed on
           this group will operate together
                                                 in Layout mode

    device status . No power indicates this
                                                 Press here to fine tune the colour.
  device has been removed from the fi>ng
                                                 Input the exact RGB mix required
   or the power has been turned off at the
                               light switch
                                                 Press here to fine tune the
                                                 brightness.

                                                 Indicates this device will be
Indicates that Bu on No. 1 on Switch No. 3       included in the All Off strategy on
               is used to control this device.   the home page. Press to exclude
                                                 from the strategy
Indicates that occupancy sensor No. O1 on
  Switch No. 3 is used to control this device    Indicates this device will be
                                                 included in the All On strategy on
 Indicates that the Light Intensity sensor in    the home page. Press to exclude
       Switch No. 3 is used to auto control      from the strategy
                    brightness to this Light.
                                                 Press here to adjust the occupancy
                                                 strategy
      Press here to scroll to the next device

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5.5.9 Group setup                                Press to go to home page

                                                 Indicates this device has not
                                                 been grouped and will operate
                                                 independently
     device ID. This number is automa cally
                                                 Press here to change the group
                    generated by the system
                                                 number.

  devices and switches are sorted by group
                                                 Press here to change the page
                                                 you want this device displayed on
                                                 in Layout mode

   device L3 & L6 are in the same group and
                          will operate as one.
                                                 Press here to change the group
                                                 number for this device

     Bu on No. 1 on Switch No. 3 is used to
                    control device L3 & L6.
                                                 Press here to change the group
                                                 number for this bu on

  Occupancy sensor No. O1 on Switch No. 3        Press here to change the group
                 is used to control L3 & L6      number for this occupancy sensor

 The Light Intensity sensor in Switch No. 3 is   Press here to change the group
  used to auto control brightness to L3 & L6.    number for this light intensity
                                                 sensor

                       Press here to scroll up
                                                 Press here to go back to device
                    Press here to scroll down    details

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