Luxor® Controller

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About this app

With the Luxor app, you can adjust fixture intensity and color, create unique themes, and fine-tune your color palette for special occasions — right from the palm of your hand!

With Luxor® Cloud management, it’s easier than ever before to bring nighttime living spaces to life. Cloud connection eliminates local network limitations to streamline control in the field and enable remote site management from anywhere in the world via an internet connection.

Sites allow you to easily manage multiple Luxor systems. If you are the owner of a Luxor system, give your site a name such as MY HOUSE.

Adjust intensity and colors (ZDC fixtures only) of individual or groups of fixtures to tailor your lighting design. With a Luxor system, you can create up to 250 adjustable lighting groups that can be turned on independently and dimmed from 1–100%.

With Luxor technology, you can add pizzazz to your home to complement any occasion through industry-leading custom color creation capabilities. Design one-of-a-kind holiday displays, create team spirit for the big game, add company colors for work-related events, or simply adjust colors to match vegetation as the seasons change.

Color Creation
The Luxor ZDC controller provides the ability to create up to 30,000 colors using the latest RGBW LED technology. Use the color bars to select the desired hue, saturation level, and intensity for any light or group of lights. You can also create a personalized palette to easily access up to 250 user-saved color options.

Create custom lighting schedules for everyday living, holidays, and celebrations. Event-based programming initiates custom themes or individual lighting fixtures throughout the night.

Light Assignment
The Luxor Light Assignment Module (LAM) with next-generation ActivAssign™ technology allows for wireless assignment of FX Luminaire LED lighting fixtures and Luxor accessories. Simply plug the LAM into your smart device, enter Assignment Mode, choose the fixture group, aim the LAM at the desired light, and you’re all set.
Updated on
Jul 22, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
App activity and App info and performance
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, Photos and videos and 3 others
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
58 reviews
Jeff Bradley
June 2, 2022
This app is complete junk. It won't connect to the controller most of the time. When you can get it to connect it's the most user unfriendly interface I've ever seen in my life and I'm a software engineer who designs and develops software. It's full of bugs so trying to create any light programs don't work. When you buy this lighting system you will be stuck doing all the programming at the controller box.
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A Google user
December 20, 2018
The lights are great. But, the app is a steaming pile of poo ... It's actually remarkable. How do you even manage to write such a bad app? I'd delete it in a heartbeat if it wasn't needed to control the lights. Here are some of the problems: * buttons are to be hand drawn rather than using actual controls. The touch sensitive target is not aligned with the button as drawn. When you want to push a button, you have to just push randomly all around it in hopes you'll eventually get the target. * state isn't managed: if you make a change in a group or theme and then go back to the previous screen, the change may or may not show. Then you then go back to the theme (of course after trying presses all over the place to get to the edit screen) only to see that your change was made. It just wasn't showing in the previous screen. * loses connection to controller every few minutes. Only solution I've found is to force exit the app and then restart -- that usually finds the controller again. * missing functionality: there's lots of things that can only be done from the physical controller and not from the app. E.g., set a trigger based on sunset. Define a color wheel. It sucks.
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A Google user
October 7, 2018
Although I was able to connect to the Luxor wireless network, I was unable to get the Luxor app to connect to the controller using my Google Pixel 2 phone. I was able to get the app to connect to the controller using an older Samsung Galaxy S7, however. My partner and I have different phones, so it's a problem that only one of the phones will connect. Also, even if you get the app to work, you can't set up time schedules for when your lights come on and off. To do that you have to return to the controller and manually set it up. It's a cumbersome and tedious process. The controller screen is difficult to read in day light. Also, you need to have the controller mounted where it can be easily access. This system was expensive. I would not buy this controller again.
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What's new

- Latest features: Theme images and favorites themes
- Performance/Reliability enhancements