iLight manufactures a range of integration tools to assist with the construction and configuration of the iCAN network and for interfacing with external system components.














Ethernet Gateway

The Ethernet Gateway provides a connection between an iCAN network and an Ethernet LAN. This allows a user to control and configure the iLight system using iCANsoft on a LAN network PC or via the internet rather than by connecting directly into the iLight network. Where a wireless LAN is in place (or by connecting a wireless router into the Ethernet Gateway) the user can access the network with a Wi-Fi enabled PC.

The Ethernet Gateway is also the host for the iLight series of remote applications including iOS (iPhone®/ iPod touch®/ iPad®) and a webserver front end where applications are downloaded separately. Coupling the EG-2 to a WIFI network enables secure scene control, visual feedback and modification from your hand held device.

The Ethernet Gateway also facilitates connection to the internet when used with iCANsoft, a firewall, ISP and a Ethernet switch, this then enables remote connection for controlling, programming & obtaining diagnostics of the lighting control system.

The Ethernet Gateway is available in two versions:
EG2-NA - Ethernet Gateway including power supply and steel enclosure.
EG2 - Ethernet Gateway in DINrail enclosure. Power Supply and metal DINRail enclosure available to order separately.

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  • Configurable IP address
  • Facilitates internet and Wi-Fi LAN connection into the iLight network
  • Dimensions: 240 x 220 x 90mm
  • 3 Kg





iLight network segment to iLight network segment bridge device

  • Repeater where cable lengths exceed 1000m
  • 16 sequences each with a maximum of 128 actions
  • Programmable sequence capability
  • Message filtering and isolation for large networks
  • Dimensions: 124 x 49 x 23mm




System Integrator Node

The bi-directional System Integrator Node allows control of a wide range of third party equipment through the iLight user interfaces including audio systems, TVs, projectors, blinds, curtains, heating and HVAC systems, security & fire alarms, surveillance and CCTV.

The SI-2 converts iLight protocol into third party device compatible RS232 protocol enabling a sequence of commands to start from the touch of a button. For example in a home cinema - lights dim, blinds close, audio system turns on, screen opens, projector turns on and the DVD starts.

  • Configurable RS232 COMMS via 9 pin female D type (Send/Recieve)
  • Adjustable baud rates of 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200
  • 1 x iCAN Bus data connection via screw terminals
  • Status LEDs
  • 20 programmable serial commands - triggered from the iLight network
  • 16 sequences each with a maximum of 128 actions
  • Dimensions: 124 x 49 x 23mm




Relay Interface

The Relay Interface provides a versatile interface between the iLight network and other control systems. The unit is fully configurable and may be programmed to perform switching functions for curtain or blind control, AV and presentation equipment or drive contactors for heavier power applications.

  • 8 relay outputs
  • 8 inputs - programmable as analogue or digital used for volt free switches or motion detectors
  • 16 sequences each with a maximum of 128 actions
  • Audio Visual RS485 port, 2 alarm inputs
  • Dimensions: 240 x 220 x 90mm
  • 3 Kg




DMX Controller

The SCD24 is a 24 channel DMX controller. It is designed to provide scene set dimming for any DMX512 controlled load via the iLight network.

  • DMX controller
  • 24 channels
  • 128 scene memory
  • iLight network inputs
  • Dimensions: 240 x 220 x 90mm
  • 3 Kg



DMX Controller

The SCD96 is a 96 channel DMX source controller. It is designed to provide scene set dimming output for any DMX512 controlled load. The unit incorporates 8 general purpose 3A relay devices which overlay channels 1-8 and 8 digital outputs which overlay channels 9-16.

  • DMX controller
  • 96 channels
  • 8 x 3A general rating change over relays
  • 128 scene memory
  • iLight network inputs
  • Dimensions: 240 x 220 x 90mm
  • 3 Kg




Universal Interface

The UIG allows other items such as partition switches or PE cells to provide inputs to the iLight network. When configured for a room join, moving the partition will open or close a magnetic proximity switch contact (not included) and automatically re-program the function of the control panels within the room.

  • 4 x 0-10V analogue inputs for volt free switches or motion detectors
  • 4 volt free contact closure inputs
  • 4 switch outputs for LED indication
  • 16 sequences each with a maximum of 128 actions
  • Fits standard UK style double gang 47mm deep back box






The UIS enables 3 separate sensor groups with 6 sensors in total to be connected to the iLight lighting control network.
(Max cable length for each group 30m). Each sensor can be either a single occupancy detector or daylight sensor or a combined PIR, Photocell with built in infra-red control.

  • 3 x connections for sensors to iCAN network.
  • RJ12 type sockets for rapid sensor connection.
  • 3 independant daylight linking engines.
  • Presence or absence detection support.




Mini UIG

The Mini UIG also allows other items to provide inputs to the iLight network and is often used with third party and custom faders and switches.

  • 6 inputs which each can be individually configured as
    0-10V analogue, digital or photoelectric cell inputs
  • 8 sequences with up to 30 steps per sequence
  • Only 42mm Ø so easily fits in European and UK junction and back boxes




Starwire Interface

Starwire interface enabling the iLight network to be locally split up six ways.