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Webmodule LP-STAR

Webmodule LP-STAR

Webmodule LP-STAR for visualisation and monitoring an LP-STAR device on the local Ethernet (LAN) or Internet (WWW) with a conventional WEB browser. Access to the webmodule via internet (WWW) must be appropriately administered and set up on site by a competent IT department. Integrated mail program for convenient, event-related error notification via email, for up to 5 email recipients. 1 web-module is required for each LP-STAR device.

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Device supply voltage 24 V DC
Rated power < 1.5 W
Connection RJ45
Degree of protection IP20
Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions (mm) 90 x 35 x 58
Housing Polycarbonate



  • Simple menu navigation
  • Any type of display devices can be used with a WEB browser, for example notebook, tablet PC, iPad or smartphone
  • Complete visualisation and monitoring of an LP-STAR device through the local Ethernet (LAN) with a regular WEB browser, no additional software required for all functions
  • Retrieving and indicating all current operating states
  • Localised fault indicators for every emergency luminaire circuit and luminaires with target location information in plain text connected to a function test
  • Continuous up-to-date information on charging unit and battery
  • Parallel access from various PC workstations to a webmodule possible (max. 8)
  • Integrated email program for each webmodule for convenient error notification via email
  • Adjustable email dispatch acc. to type of error or function test
  • Up to 5 email recipients programmable
  • Adjustable update cycle for web browser via the webmodule
  • Authenticated access via administrator account with password protection
  • Configurable guest account for restricted access with password protection
  • Static or dynamic (DHCP) IP addressing possible
  • Any number of webmodules operable in parallel
  • Overview of all active webmodules on the local Ethernet with status display and hyperlink function
  • Independent parallel operation of a CGVision visualisation possible