Smart devices are designed to function as true multi-masters, allowing seamless coordination within a network. For instance, consider a scenario where there are two switches placed on opposite sides of a room, both controlling the same set of lights. When one switch turns on the lights, the other switch is aware of this action and can respond accordingly, such as turning off the lights if pressed. Additionally, both switches will display synchronized information on their indicator LEDs.
This multi-master capability extends beyond switches and includes other device types like sensors and lighting fixtures. It simplifies the creation of smart and intuitive lighting solutions by enabling devices to make logical decisions autonomously, eliminating the need for complex programming.