Known issues

The following known issues are included in the 2.1 release:

  • When using the RF Connector DALI Gen 1 in mains-only mode with switchable lights, the portal erroneously reports this as a 'Failed Device' in Health status overview.

  • The ability to create an energy report only works from the date that the feature was released (June 2020)

  • A firmware upgrade will fail if a light is physically deleted (or reset) but still exists in the system (app). Please remove the light from the app and the upgrade will finish.

  • Users can use the app for long periods of time without the need to login again. After a project merge in the portal, the app will show wrong behavior after 30 min. as the old projects have merged into a new project. Logout and login the app will solve the problem.

  • The app cannot be used for control when an update is in progress. Sensor and panel switch control will remain working as well as control via the web portal (Advanced only)

  • A gateway that gets online may already find a number of lights as it opens the network for a very short time. This only applies when you first add the gateway and then the lights. This may already find a number of lights that are discoverable (connected only). F

  • Level 6 of Manual demand response (North America only) does not turn off the lights but sets the intensity of the lights to very low.

  • Demand Response (DR) not working as intended for Gen1 or Gen2 Smart T-LEDs - The following issues are encountered:

    • Gen1 Smart T-LEDs - The Demand Response command doesn’t dim or switch off the light.

      The Demand Response feature is not supported due to hardware limitations. Customers who require the feature must replace the Gen1 Smart T-LEDs with Gen2 Smart T-LEDs.
    • Gen2 Smart T-LEDs - When the switch off command is triggered, lights go to a minimum dim level instead of switching off

  • Smart T-LEDs Gen 1 are phased out and do not support the latest firmware version of the Wireless Gateway. To use the latest version, replace the lights with Smart T-LEDs Gen 2.

  • Smart T-LEDs Gen 1 devices do not support optimized calibration. This means the lights turn off when occupancy is not detected during calibration.

    Remain in the sensor’s field of view so it detects occupancy until the calibration process is finished.
  • Maximum number of switches per network reached with less than 50 devices - The maximum supported number of switches is 50 per network but due to unknown devices being counted, the limit is reached before adding 50 switches.

  • Smart TLEDs Gen 1 do not support connected Wireless Gateway replacement.