Audacy Create a Schedule

Introduction

The Schedules feature provides a flexible and comprehensive ability to schedule all aspects of the lighting system.

Creating a Schedule

Follow these steps to add scheduled events to the Audacy Lighting System.

1.  Click the Schedule tab from the Main Menu or from the Dashboard.




2.  Click the Add Event "+" button in the lower right corner to create a new event.

3.  Type a name for the Event and select a Start Date. Then Click Next.

4.  Assign a Start Time and an End Time for the Event.




    Checking the boxes next to the sun images will set the Start Time and the End Time to Sunrise and Sunset respectively.




5.    If this is a recurring event, check the Box for Recurring Event. Select the day(s) on which the event occurs. Then, select the End Date.



6.    Click "Next" to continue to assign the Space(s) for the event.



7.     Check the box(es) of the Space(s) to select the Spaces that participate in this event.



8.    Check the box(es) for the configuration parameters of the event.





Parameter Descriptions:
  • Scene: Select a scene to be applied during the scheduled period.
  • Dim Level: Select a dim level to be applied during the scheduled period.
  • Maximum Dim Level: Select a Maximum Dim level to be applied during the scheduled period.
  • Occupancy Level: Select an Occupancy Dim Level to be applied during the scheduled period.
  • Vacancy Level: Select a Vacancy Dim level to be applied during the scheduled period.
  • Vacancy Timeout(min): Select a Vacancy Timeout to be applied during the scheduled period
  • Fade Rate(sec): Select a fade rate to be applied during the scheduled period.
  • Disable Motion Sensors: Check the box to inhibit Occupancy (motion triggering lights on) during the scheduled period. The motion sensor will continue to function for Vacancy (the lights will stay on while the room is occupied).
  • Disable Light Sensors: Check the box to inhibit Daylight Harvesting during the scheduled period.
  • Disable Switches: Select switch(es) to be disabled during the scheduled period.



9.    Edit the values for each parameter. Click Continue. <Add definitions for each parameter>



10.     Click "Save" to save the event.


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