The extension for your wireless building automation project
Expand your Miniserver
With the Multi Extension Air there are no limits to wireless control: switching loads, temperature monitoring, access control, connecting to sensors and keypads, plus much more.
Control any garden area
Installed in the garage, garden shed, or even summer house, the Multi Air Extension Air can reliably control your patio lighting, watering systems, and garage door.
Easy pool maintenance
Refill water automatically, integrate a safety alarm, customize colorful lighting scenes, even activate a smart filtration system based on pool usage. Together with the Multi Extension Air, the Miniserver will become your ultimate pool management system.
Create a smart sauna
Install the Multi Extension Air remotely from the Miniserver. Configure any push button to turn the heat on or off, customize colorful lighting scenes, and control the temperature. The most relaxing sauna experience ever.
Breaking down “Multi”
There’s so much you can do with the Multi Extension Air!
Learn more about its capabilities in our video:
- Interface: Loxone Link connection with Miniserver or Miniserver Go
- Power Consumption: typical 340mW, max 1.74W
- Inputs: 12 digital inputs
- Digital Outputs: 8 digital outputs (relays), bistable, dry contact
- PWM Outputs: 4 PWM outputs, 2.1A per channel, 12 to 28VDC
- 1-wire Interface: max 20 sensors (max 50mA)
Shipped in the Box
- 1 x Multi Extension Air
- 1 x SMA Antenna
If using the Miniserver
- 1 x Cat5 or better, network Cable to connect the Miniserver to your network or computer to program the system
- 1 x 18 AWG to 23 AWG pair (solid core preferred) to transfer power from Power supply to Miniserver
- 1 x 18 AWG to 23 AWG pair (solid core preferred) to transfer power from the Miniserver to the Air Base Extension
- 1 x 18 AWG to 23 AWG pair (solid core preferred) to transfer power from the second Power supply to the Air Extension
If using the Miniserver Go
- 1 x Miniserver Go is required
- 1 x Network Switch or Modem Required
- 1 x 24VDC Power supply required
- 1 x Cat5 or better, network Cable to connect the Miniserver Go to your network or computer to program the system
- 1 x 18 AWG to 23 AWG pair (solid core preferred) to transfer power from Power supply to the Air Extension
Graphic or Wiring diagram of Loxone Multi Extension Air installed. In the diagram you see the Multi Extension Air installed in a separate panel to the right of the Miniserver Gen 2 panel. Both are powered by separate 24VDC power supplies. The Miniserver, the power supplies and the Multi Extension Air are installed on DIN rails which are attached inside the panels.
To the left of the Miniserver is a DIN rail mounted 24VDC power supply. The power supply has a 2-conductor wire connected to the Miniserver to provide 24VDC power. From the top of the Miniserver is also a line indicating its attachment to the LAN via a network switch which is located outside and on the top of the panel.
To the left of the Multi Extension Air is a 24VDC power supply. The power supply has a 2-conductor wire connected from the DC outputs of the power supply to the DC inputs of the Multi Extension Air. The Multi Extension Air communicates with the Loxone Miniserver wirelessly using Loxone Air technology, which is a radio frequency based protocol.