* Automatic lighting, according to your presence, as necessary.

* Minimum ambient light setting.

* Conditional dimmer setting for each lamp, depending on current mode.

This allows you for example, to first have the ambient lighting on when you enter the room and then the main lamp when you stay longer.

* Continuous lighting evaluation.

When the sun shines back, or when you open the curtain, the room manager turns off the lamps if the day-light is enough to keep the room bright.

The AutoLighting application is designed to manage lighting automatically based on your presence and ambient lighting.

* When your présence is detected, and if the ambient lighting is not enough to brighten the room(lower than preset value), then AutoLighting will turn on the light.

* After turning on the light, AutoLighting continue to observe the ambient lighting to evaluate wether the ambient light should be enough to brighten the room. If so then the AutoLighting will turn off the lamp.

* A few moments after you left the room, Auto-Lighting will turn off the lights until your return.

Combined with modes, you can adjust the dimmer level of a lamp, giving the appropriate lighting level for the occasion:

* Set for low level for AtHome, Away and Vacation modes that will be activated as soon as you arrive back. A moment later the mode will switch to Present mode, and the brighter setting will be applied.

* Set for even lower level for Sleep mode, and Night mode just to give you enough light to go around in the middle of the night.

The setting must be applied to the dimmer module (LiSwitch) for the given modes, with configuration mode set to Auto. In this Auto-mode, the mode configuration will be applied, while control is given to the application (AutoLighting in this case).

Consult the AutoLighting section of the User Manual.