Basic ON/OFF of lighting circuits can be done with multiple Loxone devices. However, all the devices use a dry contact, volt-free relay, which means the wiring topology is the same for all Loxone ON/ OFF AC light control. In the diagram above, you can see the difference between how a traditional AC light fixture is controlled and how Loxone controls an AC light fixture. The wiring is very similar, except home runs are now required from the automation panel to the light, versus from the light switch to the light. Although this can mean more 120V wiring needs to be run for a project, it does allow for all controls to be in one area. If you want to save money on 120V wiring we recommend splitting the automation panels and taking advantage of the Loxone link wire length to make more small panels connecting multiple relay extensions throughout the project.
We’ve also create a list of current Loxone devices below, with on/off relay capabilities for your reference.