Wozart LED Orchestrator
Aura Motor Controller
Which LEDs does the Wozart LED Orchestrator work with?
Wozart LED Orchestrator is a universal RGBW/RGBWW/tunable white controller. It works with all LED strips and lights with 12-36 V DC input.
Would my existing physical switches work after installing Wozart LED Orchestrator?
No, the device has to be always powered on for it function from the App or using voice.
Do I need additional smart hubs?
No, Wozart LED orchestrator is Wi-Fi enabled and communicates directly with your home Wi-Fi router and doesn't require additional harware.
Does Wozart LED Orchestrator require additonal or special wiring?
No. Wozart LED Orchestrator doesn't require any kind of additional wiring and can be seamlessly integrated with your lights.
What happens if I make changes to my Wi-Fi network or buy a new router?
In case the Wi-Fi network name or password is changed the device will not be able to connect back automatically. You have to get your Wozart device in to setup mode and configure it to the network.
Will the device connect back in the event of power failure?
Once the Wi-Fi network is back online, Wozart LED Orchestrator will connect back automatically and be available for control from all your smart controller devices.
Can I integrate other smart devices with Wozart?
Wozart products are integrated with best of the smart home ecosystems so that you have a greater choice to customise & build your smart home.
Wozart devices can be integrated with devices that have "Works with Apple HomeKit" or "Works with SmartThings" or "Works with Google Assistant" or "Amazon alexa enabled" on the packaging.
Will Wozart LED Orchestrator connect to a 5 GHz Wi-Fi network?
Wozart products will only connect and work with a Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz network. In case you have a dual-band Wi-Fi router ensure both the networks have different SSID(name) or turn off the 5 GHz band.
What should I do if Wozart LED Orchestrator is offline or not responding?
First, ensure the Wi-Fi network is working. In case there is no problem with the network, normal reset the device and check if it connected back. Even then, if the problem persists, factory reset the device and configure the device again. Get the Wi-Fi router closer to the device or add a repeater near to the device.