Keilton APP (3)
You can easily grant other users remote access privileges to control your project. Here’s how:
In the Keilton app, locate the QR code associated with your project. This QR code contains all the information needed for others to connect to the project.
Save a picture of this QR code to your phone’s photo album.
Share this QR code picture with other users via email or text.
When the remote user receives the QR code picture, they simply open the Keilton app on their own device and scan the QR code.
Scanning the QR code will automatically give the user access to your project with the privilege level you specified when generating the code.
That’s it! By sharing the QR code picture, you can securely give access to your project without needing to share your login credentials. The user just needs to scan the code you provide to gain access.
The maximum number of phones that can simultaneously control the lights is limited by the number of online devices in the project.
For example, if there are 10 lights actively online, then up to 10 phones can connect and control the lights at the same time. Each phone needs an individual online device to grant access.
Please note the app still occupies the Bluetooth connection even when running in the background. To allow a new phone to connect, completely force quit the app on the first phone to fully release the Bluetooth connection.
Important: Do not perform editing operations like adding, deleting, or modifying lights, scenes, or groups from more than one phone simultaneously. This can lead to data corruption. Only one phone should edit project details at a time.
There are two main privilege levels on a Keilton project, associated with two distinct QR codes:
*Orange QR code
*Automatically granted to the project creator
*Has full control over the project
*Can add, delete, rename groups, scenes, switches, schedules
*Can modify sensor settings and parameters
*Can perform any operation on the project
*Green QR code
*Granted when project access is shared with others
*Has limited, read-only capabilities
*Can only dim or turn off lights
*Cannot modify or edit the project
*Admins have full control and configuration access
*Users have read-only access to control lights
*Two levels allow granting basic access without full control