The Keilton app shows a light bulb icon next to each light on the project. This represents the current status of that light.
If you see an “A” inside the light bulb icon, it means that the light is in automatic mode. Automatic mode means the light is being controlled by sensors, not manually.
Here’s what happens in automatic mode:
Sensors detect occupancy and ambient light levels and automatically turn the light on or off as needed.
Lights will automatically dim up or down depending on the sensor readings, without any user input.
The light is essentially controlled by the sensors, not manual inputs.
Once you manually control the light, such as turning it off or setting a scene, it will exit automatic mode and the “A” will disappear from the icon.
So in summary, the “A” indicates a light is currently being automatically controlled by sensors, not manual inputs. It lets you know that light is in automatic mode at a glance.