Manually set up a schedule for your fixture(s)

Configuring a Schedule.

The Heliospectra fixtures can execute and repeat up to 150 light events per day. A light event is a setting change of one or more of the light channels in the fixture. For example, a schedule could comprise the following light events:

  • At 07.00, set 400 and 420 nm LEDs to full power (1000 units). Set the 660 nm LED to 500 units.
  • At 11.00, add set the 530 nm LED to 600 units output.
  • At 23.00, turn off all light channels (0 units).

Please follow this procedure to set a schedule for your fixture.

  1. In the Web UI, click the ''Operation tab''.
  2. In the Intensities (1-1000) field, set the desired intensity levels for each wavelength.
  3. Click ''Add to schedule''. The intensity values are copied to the first schedule row.
  4. In the Schedule field, enter a start time for the light event in the HH:MM: SS field.
  5. Click the (+) button to add the light event to the schedule. A new light event row is added to the schedule.
  6. Repeat steps 2-5 to add additional light events to the schedule.

To remove your schedule.

  1. Click the (-) button next to a schedule event row, then confirm by clicking ''OK'' in the pop-up to remove the row.

To edit your schedule.

  1. Click ''Edit'' next to an event row to update the start time and intensities for an individual light event. Click ''Save'' to update the settings.
  2. Click ''Delete schedule'', then confirm by clicking ''OK'' in the popup to remove all light events from the schedule.
  3. Click ''Start schedule'' to start the current schedule. Click ''Stop schedule'' to stop the current schedule.


  • The schedule relies on the lights time/clock. Please always verify that the lights time is set correctly.
  • The clock in the fixtures will keep its time for 40-48 hours without external power. After 40-48 hours the clock will be reset. Verify that the clock is set correctly if the fixture has been without power for any significant amount of time.
  • Schedule events override manual events. Example: In a fixture, the light events are scheduled for 13:00 and 14:00. The schedule is running. At 13:15 a manual change to the setting is made. The new setting will hold until 14:00 at which time the next scheduled event will be set.