From the source of the signal (i.e., the PPA109s) how many hops can the signal be relayed through the sensors for reliable signal transmission?

The PPA109’s wireless signals can reliably traverse a maximum of 4 hops between devices in a project’s mesh network. A “hop” refers to the signal jumping from one device to another. For example: PPA109 >> Light (1 hop)PPA109 >> Light >> Light 2 (2 hops)PPA109 >> Light >> Light 2 >> Light 3 (3 hops)After… Read more From the source of the signal (i.e., the PPA109s) how many hops can the signal be relayed through the sensors for reliable signal transmission?

What is the maximum transmission distance for control of lights from a remote Bluetooth wall switch?

Bluetooth wall switches use the same wireless technology as the lights. When idle, the switches are powered off to conserve energy. They transmit signals only when pressed. The BT transmission range is similar to the lights – up to 50 meters (164 ft) indoors. However, for the best user experience, it is recommended to install… Read more What is the maximum transmission distance for control of lights from a remote Bluetooth wall switch?

How to add and locate lights in large projects (with more than 100 lights)?

Here are some tips for installing and configuring large projects with 100+ lights: Planning:*Divide the installation area into smaller sections based on room layout and lighting design. Keep each section under 100 lights.*Plan lighting circuits based on load capacities and room divisions. Lights on the same circuit should be in the same section. Large sections… Read more How to add and locate lights in large projects (with more than 100 lights)?

Is the Keilton Bluetooth system compatible with other products that operate on a 2.4 GHz wireless frequency?

Keilton’s smart lighting system uses Bluetooth technology for wireless communication which indeed operates on the 2.4GHz frequency band. However, Bluetooth is not directly compatible with other devices that also use the 2.4GHz frequency, like WIFI routers or 2.4GHz RF devices. This is because those technologies use different communication protocols over 2.4GHz. Here are some key… Read more Is the Keilton Bluetooth system compatible with other products that operate on a 2.4 GHz wireless frequency?

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