Loxone Link

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Providing flexibility and scalability

Loxone Link is the communication protocol between the miniserver and all Loxone extensions.

What is Loxone Link?
How Does it Work?

How Does It Work?

Not all projects will require a Loxone Link, especially the smaller ones, but if you need to add more capabilities you will need to add an extension to your system via Loxone Link. You typically connect Loxone Link with push-in connectors as pictured below. The blue side is considered + Link, and the white side – Link.  You would then match this up with the next extension and daisy chain to as many are needed, with a limit of 30 extensions.  After the last extension you place a 120 ohm resistor to act as a stop sign for the communication signal.

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