Last night we suffered our second power cut in nine days - this time we were better prepared!

Shortly after we retired for the night, about two hours later, the power came back on - and so did most of the Idratek controlled lighting.
However, none of the lights could be turned off - they can be operated by a mixture of Idratek buttons and momentary switches.
As far as I know the IPD had been running on battery back-up while the power was off, but I had to trip the breaker to regain Reflex control.

Am I right in thinking that the IPD didn't activate the fallback Reflex programming when the power failed?

Martin