− Luminaires can be switched on and off (power switch is recommended)
− Brightness can be adjusted steplessly (5 – 100 % for colour temperatures and CIE-xy colours)
− Colour temperature can be adjusted steplessly, from 1,800 K up to 16,000 K with transition to red range
− Stepless RGB sequence
− For luminaires with direct and indirect light portion, each light portion can be controlled separately from the other – both in brightness mode and colour mode.
− Automatic daytime sequence (standard sequence or seasonal sequence)
− Installing a NeoLink network (automatic registration of NeoLink luminaires in the network)
− Resetting an installed NeoLink network (automatic deregistration of NeoLink luminaires from the network)
− Integration in a higher-ranking NeoLink network (starting from a NeoLink Box or a NeoLink USB Stick) is possible
− Flush mounted in conventional wall sockets with a minimum depth of 61 mm
Technical DataEndless control potentiometer with push-button
100 V – 240 VAC
platinum terminal / flush-mounted in wall socket in accordance with DIN 49073 with a minimum depth of 61 mm
Smart control with
The innovative NeoLink/ZigBee wireless control opens up a world of new possibilities for Human Centric Lighting. Installation, maintenance and use become child’s play and can be managed efficiently and intuitively. Subsequent Integration of biorhytmic KITEO light solutions in existing structures can be as easily implemented as installation in a completely new building.
The control data is transmitted over routes up to 100 m based on a routing process – and that too, with very little energy consumption. Thanks to a broad range of control elements, there is also a matching light control interface for every construction situation and every user. In addition to wall rotary knobs and NeoLink/ZigBee App for smartphones and tablets, a USB stick for controlling via PCs and laptops is also available.
Colour temperature, brightness and individual RGB light colours
Fixed mood lights combined with any dimming level and colours
Daytime- and colour sequences
Overall and group control