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CGLine Web-Interface

  • Degree of protection: IP20
  • CGLine Technology
  • CGVision Technology
CGLine Web-Interface

The WEB interface enables visualisation of 4 lines each with 100 luminaires on a conventional PC with web browser. In this way the status of the system can be inspected at any time and from any workplace PC in a company intranet. The status of 100 luminaires on one line is displayed at a glance. When the mouse cursor is moved over a luminaire position further details about the luminaire are shown: designation, type of luminaire, address, status, operating mode. Thus in the case of a fault further steps can be planned from a distance.

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Dimensions mm (H x W x D) 175 x 126 x 60
Housing type For DIN rail 10 TE
Voltage supply (typ.) 230 V AC
Power consumption < 4 Watt
Terminals max. 2.5 mm²
Permissible ambient temperature -5 °C to + 40 °C
Storage temperature -20 °C to 70 °C
Degree of protection IP20



  • E-mail client for up to 10 e-mail recipients with confirmation function and parameterisable messages
  • Up to 8 CGLine WEB interfaces with up to 3,200 luminaires to CGVision for complete visualisation
  • Automatic luminaire search function (no manual addressing required)
  • Automatic function test, test period can be freely defined
  • Automatic duration test, test period can be freely defined
  • Blocking of emergency light function (completely or per bus line)
  • Luminaires with maintained mode can be switched in non-maintained mode (completely or per bus line)
  • Free input of luminaire target location designations each with 20 characters, 100 characters. Supplementary information, and short address assignment via CGVision or convenient PC software
  • Password protection
  • Removable configuration and inspection book memory via SD memory card for a period of at least 4 years
  • Evaluation of the log book on SD memory card via optional card reader and CEAG software on conventional PC