ACTinBOX QUATRO 4 Output Actuator ZN1IO-AB40

ACTinBOX QUATRO
4 Output Actuator
Application program version: [2.3]
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USER MANUAL
ZN1IO-AB40
ACTinBOX QUATRO
Contents
Document updates ................................................................................................................... 3
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Introduction ...................................................................................................................... 4
1.1
ACTinBOX QUATRO.................................................................................................... 4
1.2
Installation ................................................................................................................ 4
Configuration .................................................................................................................... 6
2.1
Individual Outputs ..................................................................................................... 6
2.2
Shutter Channels ....................................................................................................... 6
2.3
Testing the outputs from the IR remote ..................................................................... 8
ETS Parametrization .......................................................................................................... 9
3.1
Default Configuration ................................................................................................ 9
3.2
Outputs ................................................................................................................... 10
3.2.1
Individual Outputs ............................................................................................ 10
3.2.2
Shutter channel ................................................................................................ 19
3.3
Logical functions ...................................................................................................... 31
ANNEX I. Slats precise control ................................................................................................. 32
ANNEX II. Communication objects ........................................................................................... 36
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DOCUMENT UPDATES
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Changes in the application program:
• Improved management of the output order buffer.
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Example added about the “Multiply” parameter.
General revision of texts and styles
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Changes in the application program:
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• Improved compatibility with certain batch numbers
of the device.
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Changes in the application program:
• Improvement
channels.
[2.1]_a
in the behavior
of the shutter
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On the activation of the additional time when
the shutter status is already 100%.
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On joint activations of the additional time of
various shutter channels whose status is
already 100%.
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• Optimization of the number of statuses referred to
the individual outputs that are sent at the start-up.
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1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 ACTINBOX QUATRO
ACTinBOX QUATRO is a KNX actuator that combines in only one device the following
features:
4 multifunction binary outputs, up to 10A each, configurable as:
 Up to 2 shutter channels (with or without slats/lamellas).
 Up to 4 individual outputs.
10x multi-operation logical function module, with an enable/disable
communication object per function.
Possibility of manually operating the actuator outputs, for testing purposes,
by means of the Zennio infrared remote control.
The outputs and the logical function module work independently and can interact with
each other as if they were two autonomous devices connected to the KNX bus.
Figure 1 ACTinBOX QUATRO Actuator
1.2 INSTALLATION
ACTinBOX QUATRO connects to the KNX bus through the on-board KNX connector.
Once the device is provided with power from the KNX bus, both the physical address
and the associated application program can be downloaded.
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This actuator does not need any additional external power since it is entirely powered
through the KNX bus.
1 – Outputs (channel B)
2 – KNX connector
3 – Programming LED
4 – Programming button
5 – Outputs (channel A)
Figure 2 ACTinBOX QUATRO. Element Scheme
The functionality of the main elements of the actuator is described below:
Programming button (4): a short press on this button sets the actuator into
the programming mode, making the associated LED (3) light in red.
Note: if this button is held while plugging the device into the KNX bus,
ACTinBOX QUATRO goes into secure mode. The LED will blink in red every
0.5 seconds.
While ACTinBOX QUATRO is initializing, after a download or a bus power
failure, the LED blinks in blue. During the time the actuator takes to initialize,
every order received will be taken into account and will be executed once the
initialization is completed.
Outputs (1 and 5): the screw terminal block (bundled with the original
packaging) must be plugged here to allow the connection of the different
systems to be controlled by the actuator. Wiring the terminal block may be
carried out before inserting it into the corresponding slot.
To get detailed information about the technical features of ACTinBOX QUATRO, as
well as on security and on the installation procedure, please refer to the actuator
Datasheet, bundled with the original package of the device and also available at:
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2 CONFIGURATION
2.1 INDIVIDUAL OUTPUTS
ACTinBOX QUATRO incorporates 4 relay outputs that allow controlling different loads
autonomously. Each output can be enabled or disabled independently and perform
different functionalities.
Every individual output can be configured as normally open (the activation of the
output makes the relay close) or normally closed (the deactivation of the output
makes the relay open).
Besides the output type, ACTinBOX QUATRO allows the configuration of the following
functionalities for the individual outputs:
Timers. Permits a timed control over the outputs, being possible to set times
for the switch-on and for the switch-off of the output.
Scenes. Allows running and/or saving a specific action over the output/s
where this function is enabled. The status of the outputs will vary depending
on the action set for the parameterized scene.
Alarm. Allows changing the status of the output where this function is
enabled, being possible to configure the status the output will be set to, both
on the alarm activation and on the alarm deactivation.
Note: the alarm behaves with priority over the other functionalities.
Start-up configuration: default or custom.
All these configuration options are explained in detail in section 3, ETS
Parametrization.
2.2 SHUTTER CHANNELS
The output channels of ACTinBOX QUATRO allow controlling up to 2 different shutter
drives (or similar window/door automated systems).
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Thus, it is possible to control the movement of the shutter within the domotic
installation.
Basic control: moving the shutter up/down
Precise control: precise control of the shutter and the slats (for blinds
featuring slats).
Each channel (A and B) consists of two consecutive individual outputs; i.e., Channel A
is made of the individual outputs 1 and 2, while channel B consists of outputs 3 and 4.
The first output of every channel sends orders to raise the shutter, whereas the second
output sends orders to lower the shutter. Therefore, the cables of the shutter motor
carrying out these actions should be properly connected to the corresponding output of
the channel to perform the required action.
Table 1 shows the action carried out by the outputs of each channel:
Channel
A
B
Outputs
Action
1
Move up
2
Move down
3
Move up
4
Move down
Table 1 Shutter channels: actions of the outputs
Each channel can be configured as a Shutter (No Slats) or as a Blind (with Slats).
Besides the shutter type, ACTinBOX QUATRO allows the configuration of the following
functionalities for the shutter channels:
Times. Sets the main times that define the movement of the shutter: the
length of the rising movement, the length of the descending movement, a
security time for making a pause in the movement of the motor when the
direction changes, and an additional movement time when the shutter gets to
its limit (top or bottom). For blinds with slats (or lamellas), it is also possible to
configure a “secondary time” for the slat movement length and for the slat
step time.
Status objects. They report the current position of the shutter (and of the
slats, if applicable).
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Precise control. Allows moving the shutter to a particular position (defined
by parameter). Moreover, for blinds with slats, it is also possible to establish a
particular position for the slats (value between 0% and 100%).
Scenes. Allows running and/or saving a specific action over the channel/s
where this function is enabled.
Alarms. Two alarms are available for each shutter channel. The
parameterized action will be executed when an alarm event is received.
Reverse movement. Allows inverse shutter control.
Direct positioning. Function that permits moving the shutter to a preset
specific position by sending a 1-bit communication object.
Start-up configuration. Default or custom.
All these options are explained in detail in section 3, ETS Parametrization.
2.3 TESTING THE OUTPUTS FROM THE IR REMOTE
The ACTinBOX QUATRO actuator incorporates a built-in infrared receiver, located next
to the programming LED. This functionality allows testing the actuator outputs by
making use of the Zennio infrared remote control (the one used to control the InZennio
Z38i and ZAS touch panels. See Figure 3).
Note: to control the outputs from the IR remote, it is necessary to have the
programming LED on (lighting in red).
The control of the outputs is carried out as follows:
Press over the right button: closes the relay of the corresponding output.
Press over the left button: opens the relay of the corresponding output.
Figure 3 shows a representation of the buttons of the IR remote that must be pressed
depending on the output to be remotely controlled.
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Figure 3 Controlling the outputs from the IR remote
The IR control of the device outputs is only provided for testing purposes. None of the
parameterized functions (such as scenes, timers, etc.) is taken into account for opening
/ closing the relays remotely. No status objects will be sent to the bus either.
3 ETS PARAMETRIZATION
To begin with the parameterization of the ACTinBOX QUATRO actuator it is necessary,
once the ETS application is running, to import the database of the product (ACTinBOX
QUATRO application program).
Next, the device must be added to the project where desired. Finally, right-click on the
device and select "Edit parameters" to start with the configuration.
The following sections provide a detailed explanation about each of the different
functionalities of the application in ETS.
3.1 DEFAULT CONFIGURATION
This section shows the default configuration the device parameterization starts from.
When the parameter edition is entered for the first time, the following window will come
up:
Figure 4 Configuration screen by default
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As shown in Figure 4, outputs, inputs and logical functions are disabled by default, so
there will be no communication objects available until the user enables some of the
functions of the actuator.
If the parameter "Sending of indication objects on bus voltage recovery" is set to
“Yest”, two new 1-bit communication objects will show up ("Reset 0" and "Reset 1"),
which will send to the KNX bus the values "0" and "1" after a bus power failure, in order
to recover the communication with the rest of the devices in the installation. This
sending may be immediate or after a configured delay (in seconds).
3.2 OUTPUTS
When “Outputs” is set to “Yes”, a new tab will be added to the left-side panel, making it
possible to configure the outputs of the device. This screen will look as follows:
Figure 5 Configuring the outputs
The outputs are grouped into channels (Channel A and Channel B, both disabled by
default), with two outputs each. A drop-down list permits configuring the behaviour of
each channel, as individual outputs or shutter channels.
Figure 6 Configuring the channels
3.2.1 INDIVIDUAL OUTPUTS
Figure 7 represents an example of how a channel can be parameterized: in this case,
channel A is parameterized as “individual outputs” (output 1 and 2).
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Figure 7 Channel A configured as individual outputs
Once the output is enabled, the ETS topology will automatically display the following
communication objects (1-bit each):
[OX]
ON/OFF:
allows
activating
(ON)
or
deactivating
(OFF)
the
corresponding output by sending the value "1" or "0", depending on the
parameterized output type.
[OX] Status: shows the current status of the output (active or inactive).
[OX] Block: allows locking/unlocking the output (i.e., disabling/enabling its
control) by sending the values "1" or "0" to the object, respectively.
Note: only the Alarm function has a higher priority than the block function; if
an alarm signal arrives when the output is locked, the output will be set to the
status defined by the alarm function. When the alarm gets deactivated, the
output returns to the lock status.
The first thing to be parameterized is the type of each output of the channel:
Normally open: the output will be considered as active (ON) when the relay
stays closed and inactive (OFF) when the relay stays open.
Normally closed: the output will be considered as active (ON) when the relay
stays open and inactive (OFF) when the relay stays closed.
Next, the list of functions available for each output:
Timers: allow performing a timed control of the outputs, both through a
simple timer and/or through an intermittent sequence (flashing).
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Figure 8 Timers screen. Simple timer
 Simple timer: allows switching the output on and off on the reception of
the values “1” and “0” through the “[OX] Timer” object. These switches are
subject to a set of parameterizable times:
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On Delay: time the actuator will wait before switching on the output
once the ON order has been received (through the “[OX] Timer” object).
The value “0” will cause an immediate response.
•
Off delay: time the actuator will wait before switching off the output
once the OFF order has been received (through the “[OX] Timer”
object). The value “0” will cause an immediate response.
•
On Duration: time the output remains ON before switching back to the
OFF status. A “0” in this field means the output will remain permanently
ON.
These parameters apply as follows:
o
When ACTinBOX QUATRO receives a "1" through the "[OX]
Timer" communication object, an ON order is sent to the output
after waiting for the “On Delay” time. The output will stay switch
off again after the “On Duration” time (if other than 0).
o
When ACTinBOX QUATRO receives a "0" through the "[OX]
Timer" communication object, an OFF order is sent to the output
after waiting for the “Off Delay” time.
•
Multiply: allows progressively increasing (multiplying), in runtime, the
On Duration time or the On/Off delays of the output. Two situations are
distinguished:
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No multiply:
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If the On delay count is already running, it will be reset
every time a new “1” is received through the “[OX] Timer”
object.
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If the output has already been activated and the On
Duration time is counting, it will be reset whenever a new
“1” is received.
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If the Off delay count is already running, it will be reset
every time a new “0” is received.
o
Multiply:
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If the On delay count is already running and the value “1”
is received several times through the “[OX] Timer” object,
then the actual delay time will be “n” times the
parameterized time, being “n” the number of times the
value “1” is received .
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If the output has already been activated and while the On
Duration time is counting the value “1” is received several
times, then the actual duration will be “n” times the
parameterized time, being “n” the number of times the
value “1” is received.
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If the Off delay count is already running and the value “0”
is received several times, then the actual delay time will
be “n” times the parameterized time, being “n” the
number of times the value “0” is received.
Note: the Multiply option may result particularly useful under
parameterizations with no ON and OFF delays. Nevertheless, as
already explained and as the following example shows, these
delay times, if parameterized with a value other than 0, do also
admit multiplication.
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Example: the following is parameterized: On Delay = 3 seconds; Off Delay = 3
seconds, On Duration = 5 seconds. The graphs bellow reflect some possible situations
if the values “0” or “1” are received from the (which is represented as →0 and →1),
respectively for the cases of having the “multiply” option enabled and disabled.
With no multiplication:
With multiplication:
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 Flashing (Figure 9). This function allows the execution of alternating ONOFF sequences when needed. It is possible to parameterize the ON and
an OFF time length, as well as the number of repetitions (the value “0”
makes the sequence endless until a “0” is received through the “[OX]
Flashing” communication object). It is also possible to define the final
status (ON or OFF) of the output after the last repetition.
Figure 9 Flashing
It is important to keep in mind that ACTinBOX QUATRO allows parameterizing both a
simple timer and an intermitting sequence for the same output.
Scenes: scenes consist of a synchronized activation of the devices in the
domotic installation, so that different predefined atmospheres can be
generated by simply sending a scene value over the bus.
Figure 10 Scenes
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There is a 1-byte communication object associated with Scenes for the
individual outputs: "Scenes (Individual Outputs)", which shows when the
"Outputs" tab in ETS is enabled, even if the outputs are disabled.
In the case of the individual outputs, scenes allow linking a numerical value
(between 1 and 64, where 0 means that the option is disabled) to an output
status (OFF or ON). Thus, when the predefined scene value is received
through the Scenes object, the parameterized action for the output (a switchoff or a switch-on) will be performed; so it will be possible to create different
environments in the installation.
Besides running scenes, it is possible to learn (save) scenes, taking into
account that the associated numerical values for learning scenes are in the
range 128-191.
ACTinBOX QUATRO allows running and/or learning up to 5 different
scenes for each output.
Alarm: for each output it is possible to configure an alarm, which, once
activated, will have priority over the rest of the orders that the actuator may
receive, i.e., any order received while the alarm is active will be ignored until
the alarm becomes inactive.
Figure 11 Alarm
The following parameters can be configured for alarms:
 Trigger value: sets the value that will trigger the alarm status. It can be "1"
or "0". The alarm status will be activated when the value set in this field is
sent to the “[OX] Alarm” object, and it will be deactivated when the
opposite value is sent to the aforementioned communication object.
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Cyclical monitoring period (minutes): defines, for the case of having a
periodically-sent alarm object (“1” or “0”, as corresponding each time), the
maximum permitted time without receiving the “no alarm” value (“[OX]
Alarm” = value contrary to the parameterized trigger value) before the
actuator automatically assumes the alarm status, foreseeing the possibility
of a failure in the transmitting device. If for whatever reason the monitoring
period expires, ACTinBOX QUATRO will trigger the parameterized action
(unless it does not imply a change in the output status). This will not
happen while the “no alarm” value keeps being sent before each
monitoring period expires. The cyclical monitoring can be disabled by
simply setting a 0 under this filed.
The following example is provided for a better comprehension:
Example:
Suppose that a cyclical monitoring period of 2 minutes is configured. The trigger value
is “1” and the reaction of the actuator when the alarm is activated consists in switching
on the output, while when the alarm is deactivated, the output will be switched off.
Assuming that the output is off, the alarm becomes active (“[OX] Alarm=1”), so the
output is switched on. While the alarm is not deactivated, any action over the output will
be ignored. After some time (t2), the alarm is deactivated (“[OX] Alarm=0”), which
makes the output switch from ON to OFF. Before the parameterized cyclical monitoring
period (2 minutes) ends, a new alarm deactivation order arrives, so the time count
starts again. After 2 minutes without receiving further values through the alarm object,
the alarm will be automatically activated, making the output status switch on. As before,
any action over the output will be ignored until the alarm is deactivated. See the
following figure.
“[OX] Alarm”=1
Automatic Alarm
Activation
“[OX] Alarm”=0
“[OX] Alarm”=0
Output status
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 Response: sets the response (status) of the actuator output when the
alarm is activated:
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No change.
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ON.
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OFF.
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Flashing: 3 drop-down lists are shown to configure the ON Duration, the
OFF Duration and the number of repetitions of the sequence.
 Deactivation: two different procedures are provided to deactivate an
active alarm:
•
Normal: depending on what was parameterized under “Trigger Value”,
the alarm will be deactivated as soon as the actuator receives a “0” or a
“1” through the alarm object.
•
Frozen: this method requires a normal deactivation, plus the reception
of the value “1” over the “[OX] Unfreeze Alarm” object (if the latter does
not occur, the alarm status will still be active). This method makes the
channel output remain locked (even when the alarm situation is over)
until it is externally (or manually) enabled.
 End (reaction when alarm ends): this parameter sets the status that will
be adopted by the output once the alarm finishes:
•
No change
•
ON
•
OFF
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Last (the output returns to the status it had before the alarm)
Start-up configuration: defines the state (ON/OFF) that will be adopted by
the outputs when the device recovers from a bus power failure, or after an
ETS download. A default or a custom configuration may be selected.
Selecting the default configuration will make the output stay off after a partial
or complete ETS download, while after a bus power failure, the status of the
output will be the same it had before the failure (ON or OFF).
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If “custom” is chosen, ETS will show the following window:
Figure 12 Start-up configuration: custom.
Where the following parameters can be configured:
 Initial status: this field defines the initial status of the output after a bus
power failure or after a download. The following options are available: last
saved position (i.e., the status of the output before the bus power failure),
ON or OFF.
 Update: enabling this field (“Yes”) will make the actuator send the output
status to the bus (through the corresponding communication object) after
the start-up as a feedback for the rest of the devices in the installation. A
parameterizable delay can also be applied to this sending. If the delay is
set to 0, the status will be sent immediately.
The initial status is always sent through the object “[OX] Status”.
3.2.2 SHUTTER CHANNEL
ACTinBOX QUATRO also allows configuring its outputs as shutter channels, making it
possible to control up to 2 separate shutters in an installation.
When a channel is configured in ETS as a shutter channel, a 1-bit communication
object (“[CX] Block”) related to each enabled channel becomes visible. This object
allows locking the channel outputs (i.e., disabling the control over them through both
the ON/OFF and the timed control objects) when it is received with value “1”. Moreover,
if the shutter is already moving at the moment of being locked, the movement will be
interrupted and any order over it will be ignored. The channel outputs will become
unlocked when a “0” is sent through this object.
Note: only the “alarm” function has a higher priority than the “block” function. If an
alarm signal arrives while the channel is locked, the shutter will adopt the position
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configured for the alarm. Once the alarm is deactivated, the shutter will recover the
position defined for the locked status.
The first parameter to be configured is the type of the shutter:
Shutter (no slats): typical shutter with a simple movement up/down. If this
type is selected, two communication objects are enabled: “[CX] Move” and
“[CX] Stop” to move the shutter up/down and to stop it, respectively.
In addition, the following remark is shown for this type: "Slats positions will be
ignored for Shutter types", which means that function parameters related to
slat positions (%) will not be taken into account.
Blind (with slats): special slat shutters where both the shutter itself and the
slats/lamellas are controlled with a single drive. ACTinBOX QUATRO allows
controlling both movements: the slat rotation (which permits varying the level
of the incident light) and the movement (up/down) of the blind. Two
communication objects are enabled for this purpose: "[CX] Move" (which will
send the orders to move the blind up/down) and "[CX] Stop/Step". If the
device receives a “0” or a “1” through the latter when the blind is already in
motion, the movement will be interrupted, while if the blind was not in motion,
receiving a “0” through this communication object will make the slats rotate
upwards, while receiving a “1” will make them rotate downwards. These step
movements are useful to correct both the slat and the blind position together.
To get detailed information about blinds with slats and their ETS
configuration, please refer to ANNEX I. Slats precise control.
The next figures show the screens that contain the parameterizable options for
channels configured as shutters (no slats) or as blinds (with slats).
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Figure 13 Channel A configured as a shutter (no slats)
Figure 14 Channel B configured as a blind (with slats)
Apart from the shutter type, it is necessary to configure some specific functions, which
are common to both types:
Times: this section allows setting the times (in tenths of seconds) that define
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 Main time (Shutter length): this is the time the shutter needs to move all
the way down or up. In case the shutter does not take similar times for
both directions, parameter “Are total time up and down different?” should
be set to “Yes”. In such case, this Main time will define the time required to
move the shutter all the way down, while a secondary parameter (“Total
Time Up”) will become available to define the time required for the inverse
movement.
It is not necessary to periodically calibrate this parameter, since the exact
shutter position is stored by ACTinBOX QUATRO at any time, even after
power failures.
 Security time (pause to change the movement direction): this is the
time reserved by the actuator, as a preventive measure to protect the
shutter drive, when the movement switches from one direction to the
inverse. If the device receives an order to lower the shutter while it is being
raised, ACTinBOX QUATRO will temporarily interrupt the movement
(security time) and will afterwards lower the shutter. It is advisable to set a
value not lower than 5 tenths of a second (the default value).
 Are total time Up and Down different? Heavy shutters may require
different times to move up and to move down. When this happens, this
field should be set to “Yes”, making the already mentioned “Main time
(Shutter length)” parameter be interpreted as the time required to lower the
shutter, while a secondary parameter will be provided to define the time
required to raise it.
 Additional time when the shutter gets the limit: this parameter is useful
to prevent small maladjustments and to ensure that the shutter always
gets to the lowest or highest position. This is done by defining an extra
time to keep the drive moving once the rising/lowering times end. This
parameter is not visible by default; however it is advisable to give it a value
to guarantee a proper behaviour in the shutter.
If the shutter is configured as a blind with slats (Figure 1), some more specific
parameters appear. All of them are explained in detail in ANNEX I. Slats precise
control.
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Note: after programming the device from ETS from ETS and unless a custom start-up
configuration has been parameterized, ACTinBOX QUATRO will assume the shutter as
completely raised, so any raising order will be ignored.
The following is an example of a possible shutter configuration.
Example:
Channel A (shutter without slats) takes 15 seconds to be lowered and 20 to be raised.
Additional times for direction changes (5 tenths of a second) and at the end of the
movement (2 seconds) are also required. The required parameterization is as follows:
The following parameters add functionality or special features to both shutter types
(with or without slats):
Status object: this function provides a 1-byte communication object ("[CX]
Current Shutter Position") which will show, at any time, the exact position of
the shutter in percentage (%). This object throws the value 0 (or 0%) when
the shutter in completely up and 255 (or 100%) when it is completely down.
The remaining values represent intermediate positions.
It is possible to set, by parameter, whether the shutter position will be sent
every second or not. This is done by enabling or disabling “Send current
shutter position every second while moving?”, which appears once the
“Status Object” parameter has been enabled.
For Blinds with slats, the 1-byte object "[CX] Current Slats Position" is also
provided. It will show the value 0 (0%) when the slats are completely "up" and
the value 255 (100%) when the slats are completely "down".
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Precise control: this function makes it possible to actually move the shutter
to any position via a 1-byte communication object ("[CX] Shutter Positioning",
in percentage). Every time ACTinBOX QUATRO receives a new percentage
value through this object (e.g. 50%), the shutter moves to the corresponding
position (e.g., the central position).
For blinds with slats, the actuator also implements the 1-byte object "[CX]
Slats Positioning" for setting the desired position (in percentage) for the slats.
Scenes: this function makes it possible to use scenes to control the shutters.
It allows choosing precise positions where the shutter will be moved to upon
the reception of certain scene numbers through the 1 byte object “Scenes
(Shutter Channels)”.
Apart from running scenes, it is possible to learn (save) scenes, taking into
account that the values that should be received to learn a scene must be in
the range 128-191 (values 0-63 are reserved for running scenes).
Up to 5 scenes can be run and/or leant, for each shutter channel.
Figure 15 Scenes
The “Scene” parameter indicates the scene value the shutter will react to. If
this value is 0, the corresponding option is disabled.
“Response” sets the precise position where the shutter will be moved to when
the above scene number arrives from the bus. The shutter can be moved
completely up, completely down, or to a specific intermediate position (in
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percentage, from 0% to 100%). In case of choosing the latter, parameter
"Shutter specific position?" will become visible to allow the definition of a
specific shutter position (through the "Select Shutter Position [%]"parameter,
after selecting "Yes") or to make the shutter stay as is.
For blinds with slats it is also possible to configure a specific position for the
slats (via the parameter "Select Slats Position [%]") when the configured
scene number is received, or to make them maintain their current position.
The following example illustrates the configuration process.
Example:
Consider a facility where 3 scenes will be distinguished (values “4”, “6” and “18”) and
where ACTinBOX QUATRO will be used to move a blind with slats to precise positions
on the reception of these scene values:
Scene 4: shutter up
Scene 6: shutter down
Scene 18: central position (50%). The slats maintain their current position.
The associated parameterization should be as follows.
Alarms: ACTinBOX QUATRO allows configuring up to 2 alarms for each
shutter channel. This function is designed for cases in which the actuator
must react to an alarm situation. Having two alarms configured allows
carrying out different reactions to two external events.
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Figure 16 Alarms
The following parameters can be configured:
 Number of alarms: sets whether to use one or two alarms. Both of them
can
be
independently
managed
through
their
corresponding
communication objects (“[CX] Alarm” for Alarm 1 and “[CX] Alarm 2” for the
second one).
It is important to keep in mind that Alarm 1 has a higher priority than Alarm
2. This means that if a channel is under the Alarm 2 status and Alarm 1
occurs, then the shutter will switch to the Alarm 1 status and only switch
back to the Alarm 2 status once Alarm 1 finishes. Analogously, when the
channel is under the Alarm 1 status and Alarm 2 occurs, Alarm 1 prevails.
 Trigger value: sets the value (“1” or “0”) that will trigger the alarm status.
This value is intended to be received through object “[CX] Alarm” (or “[CX]
Alarm2”).
 Cyclical monitoring period (minutes): defines, for the case of having a
periodically-sent alarm object (“1” or “0”, as corresponding each time), the
maximum permitted time without receiving the “no alarm” value (“[OX]
Alarm” = value contrary to the parameterized trigger value) before the
actuator automatically assumes the alarm status, foreseeing the possibility
of a failure in the transmitting device. If for whatever reason the monitoring
period expires, ACTinBOX QUATRO will trigger the parameterized action
(unless it does not imply a change in the output status). This will not
happen while the “no alarm” value keeps being sent before each
monitoring period expires. The cyclical monitoring can be disabled by
simply setting a 0 under this filed.
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The following example illustrates the above behaviour:
Example:
Suppose that a cyclical monitoring period of 3 minutes is configured. The trigger value
is “1” and the reaction of the actuator when the alarm is activated consists in moving
the shutter all the way up, while when the alarm is deactivated, the shutter will be
raised. Assuming that the shutter has been lowered, when the alarm becomes active
the actuator will begin raising the shutter. While the alarm is not deactivated, any action
over the shutter channel will be ignored by the actuator. After some time (t2), one “0”
arrives through the alarm object, which makes the alarm turn off and the shutter be
raised. Before the parameterized cyclical monitoring period (3 minutes) ends, a new
alarm deactivation order arrives, so the time count starts again. After 3 minutes without
receiving further values through the alarm object, the alarm will be automatically
activated, making the shutter move up again. As before, any action over the shutter will
be ignored until the alarm is deactivated. See the following figure
“[CX] Alarm”=1
Automatic Alarm
Activation
“[CX] Alarm”=0
“[CX] Alarm”=0
Output status
t1
t2
3 minutes
3 minutes
 Response: sets the response order to be sent to the shutter when the
alarm is activated:
•
Stop.
•
Up.
•
Down.
•
Specific position.
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When the latter is chosen, a new drop-down list is shown, letting the
integrator set a value for this specific position, in the range 0% (completely
up) to 100% (completely down).
For blinds with slats, an option called "Select Slats position [%]" will also
become visible, making it possible to set a position for the slats between
0% (totally open or "up") and 100% (totally closed or "down").
 Deactivation: two different procedures are provided to deactivate an
active alarm:
•
Normal: depending on what was parameterized under “Trigger Value”,
the alarm will be deactivated as soon as the actuator receives a “0” or a
“1” through the corresponding alarm object.
•
Frozen: this method requires a normal deactivation, plus the reception
of the value “1” over the corresponding unfreeze alarm object (if the
latter does not occur, the alarm status will still be active). This method
makes the channel output remain locked (even when the alarm situation
is over) until it is externally (or manually) enabled.
 End: this parameter sets the desired shutter position once the alarm
becomes inactive:
•
Current position.
•
Up.
•
Down.
•
Last position (before the alarm).
Reverse movement: this function makes it possible to control a shutter with
the usual orders inverted (ACTinBOX QUATRO normally raises the shutter
when the value "0" is received through the object "[CX] Move" and stops it
with value "1"). Therefore, if this function is enabled, ACTinBOX QUATRO will
also raise the shutter when the value "1" is received through object "[CX]
Reverse Movement", and will lower it on the reception of the value “0”.
This reverse control is compatible with the usual control, since “[CX] Move”
and “[CX] Reverse Movement” are provided as separate objects for normal
and reverse control, respectively.
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Reverse control becomes particularly useful when a centralised OFF order is
sent over the installation to turn the lights off and to lower the shutters at the
same time. In this case, the value “0” can be sent to the light ON/OFF objects
and to the shutter “Reverse movement” objects.
Direct positioning: this function allows moving the shutter to a preset
position by a simple 1-bit order (through “[CX] Direct Positioning” and “[CX]
Direct Positioning 2”). When a “1” is received through one of these objects,
the shutter will be moved to the parameterized position. When a “0” is
received, no action is performed.
Figure 17 Direct positioning
It is possible to configure the following parameters:
 Total direct positionings: one or two direct positioning functions can be
enabled.
 Select shutter position [%]: sets the exact position to move the shutter to
(0%=Top; 100%=Bottom).
For blinds with slats, an option called "Select Slats position [%]" will also
become visible, making it possible to set a position for the slats when the
value "1" is received through the corresponding positioning object.
If two direct positioning controls are configured, two boxes will be available
here: “Select Shutter Position 1” and “Select Shutter Position 2” (as well as
"Select Slats position 1" and "Select Slats position 2" for blinds with slats).
 New positions saving: allows (“Yes”) or not (“No”) saving new direct
positions. After enabling this option, one or two new communication
objects appear (depending on the number of direct positioning controls):
“[CX] Save Position” and “[CX] Save Position 2”. To overwrite the
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parameterized direct position it is necessary to send a “1” to these objects
when the shutter is at the desired position.
Note: saving a new position is not possible while the shutter is moving.
Start-up configuration: defines the shutter state that the device will
assume/order when it recovers from a bus power failure, or after an ETS
download. A default or a custom configuration may be selected.
If “default” is chosen, after a partial or complete download from ETS,
ACTinBOX QUATRO will assume the shutter is completely up (0%),
independently of its actual status. For blinds with slats, ACTinBOX QUATRO
assumes that the slats are completely open (0%), no matter what their actual
status is. On the other hand, after a bus power failure, the device will assume
the shutter (and the slats) maintains the same state as before the power
failure.
When “custom” is chosen, ETS will show the following window:
Figure 18 Custom Start-up configuration
Where it is possible to configure the following parameters:
 Initial position: this field defines the desired initial position for the shutter
after a bus power failure or after programming the device. The following
statuses can be chosen: Current position (keeps stopped), up, down, or
specific position (which moves the shutter to the position set for "Select
shutter position [%]" and the slats to the position set for “Select slats
position [%]”, both shown after this option is chosen).
 Update: by enabling this field (“Yes”), the position status object will be sent
to the bus as a feedback for the rest of the devices in the installation. In
addition a delay can be applied to this sending. If the value 0 is set, the
status is sent immediately.
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Note: the initial status is always sent through the object “[CX] Current Shutter
position” (and "[CX] Current Slats position", for slats).
Note: in the event of a bus power failure while the shutter is moving, ACTinBOX
QUATRO opens the output relay prior to being unpowered, as a security measure. The
interrupted movement is not resumed after the bus recovery.
3.3 LOGICAL FUNCTIONS
This option in ACTinBOX QUATRO makes it possible to perform mathematical or
binary logic operations to incoming values received from the KNX bus, and to send the
result through other communication objects specifically enabled in the actuator for this
purpose.
Up to 10 different and independent logical functions can be enabled, being each of
them capable of carrying out up to 4 operations. To use any of them, it is necessary
to enable it from the following ETS screen, which becomes available after selecting
“Yes” under Logical Functions in the General parameter screen.
Figure 19 Logical functions
To get further information about how to use and parameterize the logical functions,
please refer to the specific document "Logical Functions X10", available at
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ANNEX I. SLATS PRECISE CONTROL
Zennio actuators allow controlling the movement of shutters, blinds or similar
window/door automated systems, which may be of one of the following types:
Shutter (No slats).
Blind (with slats/lamellas).
Depending on the shutter type, the ACTinBOX QUATRO application program will show
different options.
This particular section is referred to the parameterization of blinds with slats.
To begin with, it is important to keep in mind the criteria followed by the actuator for
shutter positioning:
The shutter is in the “up” position (0%, in percentage) when it is completely
open.
The shutter is in the “down” position (100%, in percentage) when it is
completely closed.
While the slat positioning criteria is as follows:
The slats are in the “up” position or “open” (0%, in percentage) when their
position is such that they can only move downwards.
The slats are in the “down” position or “close” (100%, in percentage) when
their position is such that they can only move upwards.
Figure 20 shows a scheme of the positions the slats may adopt.
It is necessary to take into account that shutter actuators control shutter drives without
any feedback about their exact position, and that the movement of the slats relays
entirely on the movement of shutter drive itself. This means that a movement in the
slats will always provoke a certain change in the position of the shutter.
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SUN
Slats can only move
downward
Slats can move
upward…
…and also
downward
Slats can only move
upward
Figure 20 Slat positions
The ETS configuration screen for Blinds with slats is shown next, as well as the details
about the available options:
Figure 21 Blinds with slats. Configuration screen (ETS)
As shown in Figure 21, for this type of shutters multiple time parameters need to be
parameterized. On the one hand, time parameters referred to the movement of the
blind: “Main Time (shutter length)”, “Security time”, “Are total time up and down
different?” and “Additional time when shutter gets the limit”. All of them were
already explained in Section 3.2.2 of this manual.
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On the other hand, time parameters referred to the movement of the slats:
Secondary time (slats length): sets the time, in tenths of a second, the drive
takes to perform a complete slat movement cycle from 0% (completely "up")
to 100% (completely "down"), or vice versa. This time must be manually
measured.
Slats Step Time: sets the time, in tenths of a second, the drive will keep
moving the slats every time it receives the order to perform an up/down step
movement ("[CX] Stop/Step"=0 or 1, respectively), assuming that the blind is
stopped. These step orders allow gradually rotating the slats and modifying
their position (%), which may be very useful to prevent glare, for example
after a change in the position of the sun.
Note: in case of joint-controlling slat step movements of multiple shutter
channels together through the same group address, the time configured for
this parameter is recommended to be slightly greater than N tenths of a
second (where N is the amount of the channels that have been enabled and
configured as “blind with slats”) in order to ensure that rapidly sent
consecutive orders are properly processed.
Note: times referred to slat movements must be shorter than those configured for blind
movements (usual configuration).
Besides defining these times, it will be necessary to configure the following options,
which are specific for blinds with slats:
Maintain slats position when shutter completes motion?: this option
allows choosing whether the slats should recover their position after the blind
reaches the desired position, or not.
Example:
Suppose the parameter “Maintain slats positioning when shutter completes motion?”
has been enabled. The initial position of the slats is 50% and the initial position of the
blind is 0% (up). An order to lower the blind is received, thus making the blind (and
therefore the slats) start moving downwards, until the position of the blind reaches
100%. At this point, the blind has completed its movement, and ACTinBOX QUATRO
will revert the position of the slats by additionally moving the drive until they reach the
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position they had before (50%, in this example), thus causing a minor deviation in the
position of the blind.
If parameter “Maintain slats positioning when shutter completes motion?” had not been
enabled, when the position of the blind reaches 100% (down), the slats will maintain
their resulting position after the movement of the blind.
Slats position at Bottom pos. [%]: allows establishing the slats position (in
percentage) when the blind is completely closed (i.e., its position is equal to
100%).
This means that, when the blind stops moving downwards and reaches
100%, the slats will correct their position to the one established by parameter.
Apart from these configuration options, it is necessary to define the "Slats specific
position" for those enabled functions where particular positions are required to be
parameterized. These functions are:
 Scenes. “Response: Specific position”. The positions of the blind and the
slats (in percentage) can be configured independently.
 Alarms. “Response: Specific position”. The same as above.
 Direct positioning. Independent configuration of positions 1 or 2
(depending on the parameterized number), in percentage, of the blind and
the slats.
 Start-up configuration. “Initial position: Specific position”. The position
percentages of the blind and slats can be configured independently.
To obtain further information about the configuration and options of the functions of the
shutter channels, please refer to the section 3.2.2 of this manual.
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ANNEX II. COMMUNICATION OBJECTS
Column RESET shows the values of the communication objects after a bus failure.
. However, this does not necessarily imply that such values are sent to the bus.
VALUES
NUMBER
SIZE
I/O
FLAGS
DATA TYPE (DPT)
0
1 Byte
I
C--W-
1
1 Byte
I
2
1 Bit
I
3
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 2
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
4
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 3
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
5
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 4
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
6
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 5
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
7
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 6
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
8
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 7
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
9
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 8
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
10
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 9
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
11
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 10
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
12
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 11
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
13
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 12
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
14
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 13
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
15
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 14
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
16
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 15
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
17
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 16
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
18
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 17
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
19
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 18
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
20
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 19
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
21
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 20
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
22
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 21
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
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NAME
FUNCTION
RANGE
1ST TIME
RESET
[18.1] DPT_SceneControl
0-63 (run)
128-191 (learn)
-
-
Scenes (Individual Outputs)
0-63(Run 1-64); 128-191(Learn)
C--W-
[18.1] DPT_SceneControl
0-63 (run)
128-191 (learn)
-
-
Scenes (Shutter Channels)
0-63(Run 1-64); 128-191(Learn)
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 1
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
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NUMBER
SIZE
I/O
FLAGS
DATA TYPE (DPT)
23
1 Bit
I
C--W-
24
1 Bit
I
C--W-
25
1 Bit
I
26
1 Bit
I
27
1 Bit
28
29
VALUES
NAME
FUNCTION
RANGE
1ST TIME
RESET
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 22
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 23
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 24
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 25
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 26
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 27
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 28
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
30
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 29
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
31
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 30
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
32
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 31
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
33
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
-
Last
[LF] (1 bit) Data Entry 32
Binary Data Entry (0/1)
34
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
-
Last
[LF] (1 byte) Data Entry 1
1 byte Data Entry (0-255)
35
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
-
Last
[LF] (1 byte) Data Entry 2
1 byte Data Entry (0-255)
36
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
-
Last
[LF] (1 byte) Data Entry 3
1 byte Data Entry (0-255)
37
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
-
Last
[LF] (1 byte) Data Entry 4
1 byte Data Entry (0-255)
38
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
-
Last
[LF] (1 byte) Data Entry 5
1 byte Data Entry (0-255)
39
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
-
Last
[LF] (1 byte) Data Entry 6
1 byte Data Entry (0-255)
40
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
-
Last
[LF] (1 byte) Data Entry 7
1 byte Data Entry (0-255)
41
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
-
Last
[LF] (1 byte) Data Entry 8
1 byte Data Entry (0-255)
42
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
-
Last
[LF] (1 byte) Data Entry 9
1 byte Data Entry (0-255)
43
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
-
Last
[LF] (1 byte) Data Entry 10
1 byte Data Entry (0-255)
44
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
-
Last
[LF] (1 byte) Data Entry 11
1 byte Data Entry (0-255)
45
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
-
Last
[LF] (1 byte) Data Entry 12
1 byte Data Entry (0-255)
46
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
-
Last
[LF] (1 byte) Data Entry 13
1 byte Data Entry (0-255)
47
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
-
Last
[LF] (1 byte) Data Entry 14
1 byte Data Entry (0-255)
48
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
-
Last
[LF] (1 byte) Data Entry 15
1 byte Data Entry (0-255)
49
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
-
Last
[LF] (1 byte) Data Entry 16
1 byte Data Entry (0-255)
50
2 Bytes
I
C--W-
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
-
Last
[LF] (2 bytes) Data Entry 1
2 bytes Data Entry
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
-
Last
51
2 Bytes
I
C--W-
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
-
Last
[LF] (2 bytes) Data Entry 2
2 bytes Data Entry
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
-
Last
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NUMBER
SIZE
I/O
FLAGS
DATA TYPE (DPT)
52
2 Bytes
I
C--W-
53
2 Bytes
I
C--W-
VALUES
RANGE
1ST TIME
RESET
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
-
Last
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
-
Last
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
-
Last
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
-
Last
-
Last
54
2 Bytes
I
C--W-
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
-
Last
55
2 Bytes
I
C--W-
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
-
Last
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
-
Last
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
-
Last
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
-
Last
-
Last
56
2 Bytes
I
C--W-
57
2 Bytes
I
C--W-
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
-
Last
58
2 Bytes
I
C--W-
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
-
Last
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
-
Last
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
-
Last
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
-
Last
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
-
Last
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
-
Last
-
Last
59
60
2 Bytes
2 Bytes
I
I
C--W-
C--W-
61
2 Bytes
I
C--W-
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
-
Last
62
2 Bytes
I
C--W-
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
-
Last
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
-
Last
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
-
Last
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
-
Last
-
Last
63
2 Bytes
I
C--W-
64
2 Bytes
I
C--W-
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
-
Last
65
2 Bytes
I
C--W-
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
-
Last
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
-
Last
NAME
FUNCTION
[LF] (2 bytes) Data Entry 3
2 bytes Data Entry
[LF] (2 bytes) Data Entry 4
2 bytes Data Entry
[LF] (2 bytes) Data Entry 5
2 bytes Data Entry
[LF] (2 bytes) Data Entry 6
2 bytes Data Entry
[LF] (2 bytes) Data Entry 7
2 bytes Data Entry
[LF] (2 bytes) Data Entry 8
2 bytes Data Entry
[LF] (2 bytes) Data Entry 9
2 bytes Data Entry
[LF] (2 bytes) Data Entry 10
2 bytes Data Entry
[LF] (2 bytes) Data Entry 11
2 bytes Data Entry
[LF] (2 bytes) Data Entry 12
2 bytes Data Entry
[LF] (2 bytes) Data Entry 13
2 bytes Data Entry
[LF] (2 bytes) Data Entry 14
2 bytes Data Entry
[LF] (2 bytes) Data Entry 15
2 bytes Data Entry
[LF] (2 bytes) Data Entry 16
2 bytes Data Entry
66
1 Bit
O
CTR--
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
0
Last
[LF] Function 1 RESULT (1 bit)
FUNCTION 1 Result
67
1 Bit
O
CTR--
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
0
Last
[LF] Function 2 RESULT (1 bit)
FUNCTION 2 Result
68
1 Bit
O
CTR--
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
0
Last
[LF] Function 3 RESULT (1 bit)
FUNCTION 3 Result
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NUMBER
SIZE
I/O
FLAGS
DATA TYPE (DPT)
69
1 Bit
O
CTR--
70
1 Bit
O
CTR--
71
1 Bit
O
72
1 Bit
O
73
1 Bit
74
75
VALUES
NAME
FUNCTION
RANGE
1ST TIME
RESET
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
0
Last
[LF] Function 4 RESULT (1 bit)
FUNCTION 4 Result
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
0
Last
[LF] Function 5 RESULT (1 bit)
FUNCTION 5 Result
CTR--
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
0
Last
[LF] Function 6 RESULT (1 bit)
FUNCTION 6 Result
CTR--
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
0
Last
[LF] Function 7 RESULT (1 bit)
FUNCTION 7 Result
O
CTR--
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
0
Last
[LF] Function 8 RESULT (1 bit)
FUNCTION 8 Result
1 Bit
O
CTR--
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
0
Last
[LF] Function 9 RESULT (1 bit)
FUNCTION 9 Result
1 Bit
O
CTR--
[1.002] DPT_Bool
0/1
0
Last
[LF] Function 10 RESULT (1 bit)
FUNCTION 10 Result
76
1 Byte
O
CTR--
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
0
Last
[LF] Function 1 RESULT (1 byte)
FUNCTION 1 Result
77
1 Byte
O
CTR--
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
0
Last
[LF] Function 2 RESULT (1 byte)
FUNCTION 2 Result
78
1 Byte
O
CTR--
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
0
Last
[LF] Function 3 RESULT (1 byte)
FUNCTION 3 Result
79
1 Byte
O
CTR--
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
0
Last
[LF] Function 4 RESULT (1 byte)
FUNCTION 4 Result
80
1 Byte
O
CTR--
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
0
Last
[LF] Function 5 RESULT (1 byte)
FUNCTION 5 Result
81
1 Byte
O
CTR--
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
0
Last
[LF] Function 6 RESULT (1 byte)
FUNCTION 6 Result
82
1 Byte
O
CTR--
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
0
Last
[LF] Function 7 RESULT (1 byte)
FUNCTION 7 Result
83
1 Byte
O
CTR--
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
0
Last
[LF] Function 8 RESULT (1 byte)
FUNCTION 8 Result
84
1 Byte
O
CTR--
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
0
Last
[LF] Function 9 RESULT (1 byte)
FUNCTION 9 Result
85
1 Byte
O
CTR--
[5.010] DPT_Value_1_Uncount
0-255
0
Last
[LF] Function 10 RESULT (1 byte)
FUNCTION 10 Result
86
2 Bytes
O
CTR--
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
0
Last
[LF] Function 1 RESULT (2 bytes)
FUNCTION 1 Result
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
0
Last
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
0
Last
[LF] Function 2 RESULT (2 bytes)
FUNCTION 2 Result
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
0
Last
0
Last
[LF] Function 3 RESULT (2 bytes)
FUNCTION 3 Result
[LF] Function 4 RESULT (2 bytes)
FUNCTION 4 Result
[LF] Function 5 RESULT (2 bytes)
FUNCTION 5 Result
[LF] Function 6 RESULT (2 bytes)
FUNCTION 6 Result
[LF] Function 7 RESULT (2 bytes)
FUNCTION 7 Result
87
2 Bytes
O
CTR--
88
2 Bytes
O
CTR--
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
0
Last
89
2 Bytes
O
CTR--
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
0
Last
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
0
Last
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
0
Last
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
0
Last
0
Last
90
2 Bytes
O
CTR--
91
2 Bytes
O
CTR--
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
0
Last
92
2 Bytes
O
CTR--
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
0
Last
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
0
Last
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NUMBER
SIZE
I/O
FLAGS
DATA TYPE (DPT)
93
2 Bytes
O
CTR--
94
2 Bytes
O
CTR--
VALUES
RANGE
1ST TIME
RESET
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
0
Last
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
0
Last
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
0
Last
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
0
Last
[7.001] DPT_Value_2_Uncount
0 - 65535
0
Last
NAME
FUNCTION
[LF] Function 8 RESULT (2 bytes)
FUNCTION 8 Result
[LF] Function 9 RESULT (2 bytes)
FUNCTION 9 Result
[LF] Function 10 RESULT (2 bytes)
FUNCTION 10 Result
95
2 Bytes
O
CTR--
[9.001] DPT_Value_Temp
0.00 - 120.00
0
Last
96
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.5] DPT_Alarm
0/1
-
Last
[CA] Alarm
0=Alarm; 1=No Alarm
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.5] DPT_Alarm
0/1
-
Last
[CA] Alarm
1=Alarm; 0=No Alarm
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.001] DPT_Switch
0/1
Parameteriz.
Parameteriz.
[O1] On/Off
N.O. (0=Open Relay; 1=Close)
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.001] DPT_Switch
0/1
Parameteriz.
Parameteriz.
[O1] On/Off
N.C. (0=Close Relay; 1=Open)
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.5] DPT_Alarm
0/1
-
Last
[CA] Alarm 2
1=Alarm; 0=No Alarm
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.5] DPT_Alarm
0/1
-
Last
[CA] Alarm 2
0=Alarm; 1=No Alarm
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.001] DPT_Switch
0/1
Parameteriz.
Parameteriz.
[O2] On/Off
N.O. (0=Open Relay; 1=Close)
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.001] DPT_Switch
0/1
Parameteriz.
Parameteriz.
[O2] On/Off
N.C. (0=Close Relay; 1=Open)
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.5] DPT_Alarm
0/1
-
Last
[CB] Alarm
1=Alarm; 0=No Alarm
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.5] DPT_Alarm
0/1
-
Last
[CB] Alarm
0=Alarm; 1=No Alarm
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.001] DPT_Switch
0/1
Parameteriz.
Parameteriz.
[O3] On/Off
N.O. (0=Open Relay; 1=Close)
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.001] DPT_Switch
0/1
Parameteriz.
Parameteriz.
[O3] On/Off
N.C. (0=Close Relay; 1=Open)
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.5] DPT_Alarm
0/1
-
Last
[CB] Alarm 2
1=Alarm; 0=No Alarm
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.5] DPT_Alarm
0/1
-
Last
[CB] Alarm 2
0=Alarm; 1=No Alarm
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.001] DPT_Switch
0/1
Parameteriz.
Parameteriz.
[O4] On/Off
N.O. (0=Open Relay; 1=Close)
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.001] DPT_Switch
0/1
Parameteriz.
Parameteriz.
[O4] On/Off
N.C. (0=Close Relay; 1=Open)
100
1 Bit
O
CTR--
[1.001] DPT_Switch
0/1
Parameteriz.
Parameteriz.
[O1] Status
0=Output Off; 1=Output ON
101
1 Bit
O
CTR--
[1.001] DPT_Switch
0/1
Parameteriz.
Parameteriz.
[O2] Status
0=Output Off; 1=Output ON
102
1 Bit
O
CTR--
[1.001] DPT_Switch
0/1
Parameteriz.
Parameteriz.
[O3] Status
0=Output Off; 1=Output ON
103
1 Bit
O
CTR--
[1.001] DPT_Switch
0/1
Parameteriz.
Parameteriz.
[O4] Status
0=Output Off; 1=Output ON
104
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.17] DPT_Trigger
0/1
-
Last
[CA] Save Position
1=Save Position; 0=No Action
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.003] DPT_Enable
0/1
0
Last
[O1] Lock
1=Lock; 0=Unlock
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.003] DPT_Enable
0/1
0
Last
[O2] Lock
1=Lock; 0=Unlock
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.17] DPT_Trigger
0/1
-
Last
[CA] Save Position 2
1=Save Position; 0=No Action
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.17] DPT_Trigger
0/1
-
Last
[CB] Save Position
1=Save Position; 0=No Action
97
98
99
105
106
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SIZE
1 Bit
107
1 Bit
1 Bit
108
1 Bit
1 Bit
VALUES
FLAGS
DATA TYPE (DPT)
I
C--W-
I
C--W-
I
I
I
C--W-
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.010] DPT_Start
0/1
-
Last
[O2] Timer
0=to turn Off; 1=to turn ON
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.008] DPT_UpDown
0/1
-
Last
[CA] Reverse Movement
0=Down Shutter; 1=Up Shutter
110
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.008] DPT_UpDown
0/1
-
Last
[CB] Move
0=Up Shutter; 1=Down Shutter
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.010] DPT_Start
0/1
-
Last
[O3] Timer
0=to turn Off; 1=to turn ON
111
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.008] DPT_UpDown
0/1
-
Last
[CB] Reverse Movement
0=Down Shutter; 1=Up Shutter
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.010] DPT_Start
0/1
-
Last
[O4] Timer
0=to turn Off; 1=to turn ON
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.17] DPT_Trigger
0/1
-
Last
[CA] Direct Positioning
1=Go to Position; 0=No Action
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.001] DPT_Switch
0/1
-
Last
[O1] Flashing
1=Start Flashing; 0=End Flash.
113
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.001] DPT_Switch
0/1
-
Last
[O2] Flashing
1=Start Flashing; 0=End Flash.
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.17] DPT_Trigger
0/1
-
Last
[CA] Direct Positioning 2
1=Go to Position; 0=No Action
114
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.17] DPT_Trigger
0/1
-
Last
[CB] Direct Positioning
1=Go to Position; 0=No Action
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.001] DPT_Switch
0/1
-
Last
[O3] Flashing
1=Start Flashing; 0=End Flash.
115
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.17] DPT_Trigger
0/1
-
Last
[CB] Direct Positioning 2
1=Go to Position; 0=No Action
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.001] DPT_Switch
0/1
-
Last
[O4] Flashing
1=Start Flashing; 0=End Flash.
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.7] DPT_Step
0/1
-
Last
[CA] Stop
0 or 1 = Stop Shutter
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.7] DPT_Step
0/1
-
Last
[CA] Stop/Step
0=Stop/StepUp; 1=Stop/StepDown
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.5] DPT_Alarm
0/1
-
Last
[O1] Alarm
0=Alarm; 1=No Alarm
109
112
116
117
118
119
I/O
NAME
RESET
FUNCTION
RANGE
1ST TIME
[1.003] DPT_Enable
0/1
0
Last
[O3] Lock
1=Lock; 0=Unlock
[1.17] DPT_Trigger
0/1
-
Last
[CB] Save Position 2
1=Save Position; 0=No Action
C--W-
[1.003] DPT_Enable
0/1
0
Last
[O4] Lock
1=Lock; 0=Unlock
C--W-
[1.010] DPT_Start
0/1
-
Last
[O1] Timer
0=to turn Off; 1=to turn ON
[1.008] DPT_UpDown
0/1
-
Last
[CA] Move
0=Up Shutter; 1=Down Shutter
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.5] DPT_Alarm
0/1
-
Last
[O1] Alarm
1=Alarm; 0=No Alarm
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.003] DPT_Enable
0/1
0
Last
[CA] Lock
1=Lock; 0=Unlock
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.5] DPT_Alarm
0/1
-
Last
[O2] Alarm
0=Alarm; 1=No Alarm
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.5] DPT_Alarm
0/1
-
Last
[O2] Alarm
1=Alarm; 0=No Alarm
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.7] DPT_Step
0/1
-
Last
[CB] Stop
0 or 1 = Stop Shutter
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.7] DPT_Step
0/1
-
Last
[CB] Stop/Step
0=Stop/StepUp; 1=Stop/StepDown
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.5] DPT_Alarm
0/1
-
Last
[O3] Alarm
0=Alarm; 1=No Alarm
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.5] DPT_Alarm
0/1
-
Last
[O3] Alarm
1=Alarm; 0=No Alarm
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.003] DPT_Enable
0/1
0
Last
[CB] Lock
1=Lock; 0=Unlock
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NUMBER
SIZE
I/O
FLAGS
DATA TYPE (DPT)
1 Bit
I
C--W-
1 Bit
I
C--W-
120
1 Byte
O
121
1 Byte
O
122
1 Byte
123
124
VALUES
NAME
FUNCTION
RANGE
1ST TIME
RESET
[1.5] DPT_Alarm
0/1
-
Last
[O4] Alarm
0=Alarm; 1=No Alarm
[1.5] DPT_Alarm
0/1
-
Last
[O4] Alarm
1=Alarm; 0=No Alarm
CTR--
[5.001] DPT_Scaling
0-255
0
Last
[CA] Current Slats Position
0=0%=Open; 255=100%=Closed
CTR--
[5.001] DPT_Scaling
0-255
0
Last
[CB] Current Slats Position
0=0%=Open; 255=100%=Closed
I
C--W-
[5.001] DPT_Scaling
0-255
-
Last
[CA] Slats Positioning
0=0%=Open; 255=100%=Closed
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.001] DPT_Scaling
0-255
-
Last
[CB] Slats Positioning
0=0%=Open; 255=100%=Closed
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.16] DPT_Ack
0/1
0
Last
[O1] Unfreeze Alarm
Alarm=0 + Unf.=1 -> End Alarm
125
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.16] DPT_Ack
0/1
0
Last
[O2] Unfreeze Alarm
Alarm=0 + Unf.=1 -> End Alarm
126
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.16] DPT_Ack
0/1
0
Last
[O3] Unfreeze Alarm
Alarm=0 + Unf.=1 -> End Alarm
127
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.16] DPT_Ack
0/1
0
Last
[O4] Unfreeze Alarm
Alarm=0 + Unf.=1 -> End Alarm
128
1 Byte
O
CTR--
[5.001] DPT_Scaling
0-255
0
Last
[CA] Current Shutter Position
0=0%=Top; 255=100%=Bottom
129
1 Byte
O
CTR--
[5.001] DPT_Scaling
0-255
0
Last
[CB] Current Shutter Position
0=0%=Top; 255=100%=Bottom
130
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.001] DPT_Scaling
0-255
0
Last
[CA] Shutter Positioning
0=0%=Top; 255=100%=Bottom
131
1 Byte
I
C--W-
[5.001] DPT_Scaling
0-255
0
Last
[CB] Shutter Positioning
0=0%=Top; 255=100%=Bottom
132
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.16] DPT_Ack
0/1
0
Last
[CA] Unfreeze Alarm
Alarm=0 + Unf.=1 -> End Alarm
133
1 Bit
I
C--W-
[1.16] DPT_Ack
0/1
0
Last
[CB] Unfreeze Alarm
Alarm=0 + Unf.=1 -> End Alarm
134
1 Bit
CT---
[1.001] DPT_Switch
0
0
0
Reset 0
Voltage Recovery->Sending of 0
135
1 Bit
CT---
[1.001] DPT_Switch
1
1
1
Reset 1
Voltage Recovery->Sending of 1
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