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Getting started with the Amatis App
Getting started with the Amatis App
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Written by Sebastien Gouin-Davis
Updated over a week ago

The Amatis app allows you to easily interact with newly controlled devices, create virtual zones, and guides you through the commissioning process. Commissioning a mesh network begins after installing your devices and logging into the app. We’ve made our app as user-friendly as your favorite websites, allowing you to easily interact with your newly installed Amatis devices.

Key features

Create virtual lighting control zones

  • Program devices in the Amatis Controls system for individual lights and light groupings

Remote configuration

  • Customize and troubleshoot your sites from anywhere with an Internet connection

Enable lighting control strategies


If you're ready to use the Amatis App, make sure you confirm the following before moving forward:

1. You have completed the installation of an Amatis system at your site, which means you've installed your various fixtures, Advanced Load Controllers or Smart Drivers, sensors, and switches.

2. Confirm your network has power and the lights are on.

3. Your Amatis Border Router (AMBR) is plugged in, accessible through your buildings' Internet firewalls, and recognized in the Amatis app and dashboard.

Heads Up!
If AMBR is not fully connected to the internet with a blinking blue LED, you will still be able to register yourself as a user and create a site, but will not be able to enable any functionality on the connected devices.

Download and register

Access the app

  • The free Amatis app is available for both Apple and Android devices, and can also be accessed through your web browser at

  • An Internet connection is required to use the app.

Account setup

  • Provide your email address, create and confirm an 8-digit password, and add the six-digit Device ID number located on the back of your Amatis Border Router (AMBR).

  • Name your site! We recommend naming your site the same as the building name, or its physical address.

  • Provide your site's zip code, then head into commissioning.

Commission your site

Commissioning the mesh network can begin after installing your devices and logging into the app, in three basic steps.

Step 1: Create a location

  • Select "Add your first location."

  • Choose a descriptive name for locations that can be easily understood: room numbers, floor numbers, descriptions of the space, like office or conference room, or cardinal directions.

  • Choose "Room Type" to help categorize your location.

Step 2: Add devices to your location

  • Select “Click to add devices” to get started.

  • The Devices drawer will display on the screen. In the top list, you can see what devices were added to your AMBR network during the AMBR configuration process.

  • Start by referencing your floor plan to determine which devices should be added to each location, then select them from the list. You can either select them directly or use the search bar to find them by entering the last 4-digits of the MAC IDs on your floor plan. Once added the devices to your location, they will populate in the list below.

  • If you have a question about which device is in which location, you can click on the light bulb icon to the right of its name, and the device will perform an on-off sequence.

  • Check the green checkmark to save the devices to your location.

Step 3: Customize location settings

Configure your location for functions like occupancy detection and daylight harvesting. This simple process can be used again and again as you add or remove locations to your site.

  • You can access this drawer anytime by clicking the cog icon.

In order for settings in the Location Features drawer to take effect on your location's devices, you'll need to sync.


Note: If you change the dimmer settings at a later time, the green checkbox will add the setpoints and you will not be required to sync.

Education and support

Want to learn more? Here are some handy resources for you to continue your learning:

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