Control4 Luxul Driver Package
Controls a Luxul switch that has been setup with JADConfig.
Switching driver supports up to 256 inputs and 256 outputs.
Also includes endpoint control driver and documentation.
The update to OS3 has required the driver file type to change from .c4i to .c4z. Updating from the .c4i version to the .c4z version cannot be done through the Update Driver option in Composer. Instead, the new version must be loaded separately and all settings copied from the old version to the new version.
If the update to OS3 causes the Operational Mode to report as "Connecting..." follow these steps to remedy it:
- Ensure you are running driver v1.11 or later. v1.10 had corner cases where the driver would not properly reconnect after the switch or processor rebooted.
- Go to Connections --> Network. Disconnect the IP and re-enter the IP from the switching driver.
- Go to System Design and select the switching driver. Remove the license key, click Set, re-enter the license key, and click Set again.
- Reboot the Director if Steps 1-3 did not restore the Operational Mode to Licensed. This will restore the driver to a functional state.
Go to the Control4 Driver Manual
- avswitch_ip_JustAddPower_Luxul.c4z - Luxul switching driver v1.11
- Unlabeled driver is 256x256.
- Various sizes are available - 32x32, 64x64, 64x128, 128x128. Larger sizes can cause Composer to crash if the virtual matrix does not have enough available memory. These driver sizes represent maximum sizing and will support any smaller system.
- proxy_ip_JustAddPower_TerminalServer.c4i - Just Add Power Serial over IP and Layer 3 driver v2.12
- Behaves like a display in Composer with an HDMI input, Serial output and CEC power on and off commands
The legacy .c4i version of the driver - v1.07 - can be downloaded here.
- Connection protocol changed in OS3. Adjusted driver reconnection protocol to match new OS3 requirements.
- File type changed from .c4i to .c4z
- Fixed an input error with 2.10.5