Schneider Electric Sphere User manual
Application description for the
KNX Roombox
(Art. no. ORBK8L0S4HW/ORBK8D0S4HW/ORBK4L4S4HW/ORBK4D4S4HW)
KNX Roombox
ORBK-D-S-H-
Introduction to the ORB plug-in ..................... 1
Zone Global ...................................................... 9
Zone Energy metering................................... 11
Push-button interface ................................... 13
Blind channel ................................................. 17
Dimming channel........................................... 27
Switching channel ......................................... 33
Scene module ................................................ 39
Brightness controller .................................... 43
Brightness sensor ......................................... 49
Presence block .............................................. 51
Logic function ................................................ 55
General survey of the ORBK parameters .... 59
General survey of the ORBK
communication objects................................. 63
Enhanced user documentation .................... 65
KNX Roombox
ORBK-D-S-HIntroduction to the ORB plug-in
Table of contents
Application 7306 1.0 ....................................... 1
Plug-In .............................................................. 1
Initial installation ........................................................ 1
Updates ..................................................................... 1
Unistalling plug-in via Windows XP............................ 1
Unistalling plug-in via Windows7 ............................... 1
Start up behaviour ........................................... 1
Default behaviour of switching lighting channel ......... 1
Default behaviour of dimming lighting channel .......... 2
Enhanced user documentation for light control...........2
Default behaviour of blind channel............................. 2
Default behaviour of HVAC control ............................ 2
Local device push-buttons and
application settings......................................... 2
Roombox functions ......................................... 2
Global function .......................................................... 2
Functions per zone (A-D)........................................... 2
Configuration data........................................... 3
Copy and paste configuration data .............................3
Exporting configuration data .......................................3
Importing configuration data .......................................3
Power failure and factory reset ...................... 3
Power failure ...............................................................3
Factory reset...............................................................3
How to use the application description ........ 4
Application description - ORB ETS plug-in .................4
Chapter - ORB ETS functions ....................................5
Parameter description - ORB ETS parameters ...........6
Parameter overview and default settings ....................7
Checkbox function......................................................8
Application 7306 1.0
This application description is for making it easier to understand and
operate the Schneider Electric plug-in for the ORBK (= Object Roombox for KNX).
There are 8 different types of the ORBK. They are preconfigured at
the factory and consist of the following functions:
Device type
ORBK4D4S4HW
ORBK4L4S4HW
ORBK8D0S4HW
ORBK8L0S4HW
ORBK4D4S4HR
ORBK4L4S4HR
ORBK8D0S4HR
ORBK8L0S4HR
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DALI
4x
8x
4x
8x
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Light
4x
8x
4x
8x
Blind
4x
4x
4x
4x
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HVAC Energy
4x
3x
4x
3x
4x
3x
4x
3x
4x
3x
4x
3x
4x
3x
4x
3x
Note the following when you select your ORB: The light function (L) is a pure switch function (on/off), whereas dimming is
only possible with DALI (D).
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Abbreviation
ORBK
L
D
S
HVAC
W
R
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Explanation
Object Roombox KNX
Light
Dimming
Blind
Heating, fan, air conditioning
Wired
Radio
Output (switched)
1x (on/off)
1x (2-pole DALI)
1x (up/down)
1x (open/closed)
The plug-in and the application apply to all types.
The ORB works without restrictions without activation of the
plug-in.
Plug-In
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You require ETS 3 version E or higher to install the plug-in.
You require administrator rights in order to install/uninstall the
plug-in as it is listed as software in Windows.
Initial installation
1 Import the application into a database/project.
– ETS 4: Import the application into the database. The plug-in is installed automatically.
– ETS 3 and 4: Add the application to a project. The plug-in is installed.
2 Change settings and close the plug-in.
3 Press the programming button on the housing of the ORB: the
programming LED flashes.
4 Select ORB, right-click and select [Program]: the ETS loads the
physical address into the ORB and the programming LED on the
device goes out again.
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When you close the plug-in, the configuration is automatically
saved.
Updates
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CAUTION
When installing a newer plug-in version (update), ETS
malfunctions can occur due to a previous version.
Before installing a newer version of the plug-in, check if an older plug-in version is already installed. Close the ETS and uninstall the older plug-in version before installing the new
version.
The previous plug-in version will cause malfunctions in the ETS
when installing an updated plug-in version with the ETS open,
and the newer plug-in will not be installed.
Uninstalling plug-in via Windows XP
1 Close ETS.
2 Remove the plug-in as follows:
[Start] -> [Settings] -> [Control Panel] -> [Add or Remove
Programs] -> "Schneider Electric ORB"
Uninstalling plug-in via Windows 7
1 Close ETS.
2 Remove the plug-in as follows:
[Start] -> [Control Panel] -> [Programs] -> [Programs and
Features] -> "Schneider Electric ORB"
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KNX Roombox
ORBK-D-S-HIntroduction to the ORB plug-in
Start up behaviour
By default, the ORB is configured to perform basic functions without
using the ETS. Thus, after electrical installation and assignment of the
push-button interfaces according to the user manual the ORB is automatically controlling the outputs according to the corresponding
push-button interfaces.
Default behaviour of switching lighting channel
The light is switched-on manually via the corresponding push-button.
If a presence detector is connected and no presence has been detected an automatic switch-off will occur after a delay time of 900 s .
In the case the ORB provides both the corridor side and the window
side light outputs the behaviour is like this:
• The push-button on the corridor side (e. g. A1 on ORBK8L0S4HW)
will switch (ON/OFF) both outputs of the zone (A1 and A2).
• The push-button on the window side locks and releases only the
window side light output.
During an activated locking the light is switched-off. If the lock is
released the presence function takes control again.
• The presence output only switches OFF.
In case that theORB provides just the corridor side light output the behaviour is like this:
• The push-button on the corridor side will only switch the corridor
side output (ON/OFF)
• The presence output only switches OFF.
Default behaviour of dimming lighting channel
While the light is switched-on via a push-button it is automatically
controlled via the presence and brightness control. The light is
switched-off after a delay time of 900 s when no presence has been
detected. [Setpoint brightness] can be adjusted via [Setpoint adjustment dimming step]. The brightness level detected after setpoint adjustment will be taken as new setpoint. By default
[Brightness threshold] is set to 500 lx. If the brightness increases
above a value of 600 lx by artifical light after the parameterised delay
time the outputs are switched-off even when the presence is given.
In case that the ORB provides both the corridor side and the window
side light outputs the behaviour is like this:
• The push-button on the corridor side will switch both outputs
(ON/OFF or UP/DOWN)
• The push-button on the window side locks and releases only the
window side light output.
During an activated locking the light is switched-off. If the lock is released the presence function takes control again.
• The presence output only switches OFF.
In case that the ORB providing just the corridor side light outpu the
behaviour is like this:
• The push-button on the corridor side will only switch the corridor
side output (ON/OFF or UP/DOWN)
• The presence output only switches OFF.
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Enhanced user documentation for light control
The ETS can be used to implement a wide range of logic operations
of the function blocks. You can delete the logic operations defined at
the factory via a plug-in parameter and define new ones via group addresses. However, this should only be done by experienced users.
Take care that in case of network integration, the activated
"preset configuration" does not collide with the network configuration.
Potential danger could be cyclical sending in brightness controller
and presence block. It is possible with preset configuration and also
with external binding.
If you use group adresses of the dimming/switching channel to switch
light on and/or off, then this state will be overwritten with the output
value of the brightness controller or presence block after the time period set at [Cyclical sending]. To avoid this you have to set [Cyclical
sending] to 0.
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Default behaviour of blind channel
The blind actuator is directly controlled by the push-button interface.
Only Up/Down commands are proceeded.
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WARNING
The blinds may become damaged.
In the preset configuration the blinds are not protected by weather alarm (wind speed, frost/rain,...).
Please activate the weather alarm functions to protect the connected blinds.
Default behaviour of HVAC control
No default HVAC control is proceeded.
Local device push-buttons and
application settings
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The ORB is equipted with device buttons which allow to control
directly the channel outputs form the ORB itself. The device
button act in parallel to the application function with low priority.
Thus any lock or priority control will override the device button
control. For detailed information read the ORB user manual
(Art. no. S1A26882-00).
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In chapter 7 of the ORB user manual (Art. no. S1A26882-00)
only the assignment of the push-buttons without using a network management system is described. Take care that in case
of network integration, the local configuration does not collide
with the network configuration!
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KNX Roombox
ORBK-D-S-HIntroduction to the ORB plug-in
Roombox functions
Below you get a short overview about the ORB functions and the reffering chapters. Both, the general survey of all communication objects and of all parameter settings are shown the end of the
application description.
Global functions
• Zone Global: The ORB has a global object that is able to display
error states via communication objects. For detailed information
please read chapter „Zone Global“ on page 9.
• Zone Energy metering: The ORB is equipped with counters for
detecting the electrical energy. For detailed information please
read chapter „Zone Energy metering“ on page 11.
Exporting configuration data
1 Select the function (e. g. Push-button interface [A1] or the zone
[Zone A] you want to export .
2 Right click on the mouse button: the function is highlighted with
yellow and an additional window opens.
3 Select „Export configuration data“: a new window opens.
4 Select the folder you want to save the data to. The export function
generates a .txt file. Be aware of this by naming the file (e. g. if you
want to export the complete Zone A than you should write this in
the name of the .txt file like ORBK4D4S4HR_ZoneA. If you only
want to export one special function block of one zone than you
should write this into the name like ZoneA_PBI_A3).
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Functions per zone (A-D)
• Push-button interface: Here you can select the interface that
transmits signals for each channel per zone. For detailed information please read chapter „Push-button interface“ on page 13.
• Blind channel: Here you can parameterise the behaviour of the
connected blinds. For detailed information please read chapter
„Blind channel“ on page 17.
• Dimming channel: The used dimming method at the ORB always
refers to DALI. For detailed information please read chapter „Dimming channel“ on page 27.
• Switching channel: The switching channel can either be used for
HVAC control or for an additional light function (no DALI). For detailed information please read chapter „Switching channel“ on
page 33.
• Scene module: Here you can change the parameters of the scene
module. For detailed information please read chapter „Scene module“ on page 39.
• Brightness controller: Here you can change the parameters of
the brightness controller that comprises both brightness and presence dependent lighting control. For detailed information please
read chapter „Brightness controller“ on page 43.
• Brightness sensor: The brightness sensor is used for both, the
brightness controller and the presence block. For detailed information please read chapter „Brightness sensor“ on page 49.
• Presence block: The presence block provides brightness dependent presence control. For detailed information please read chapter
„Presence block“ on page 51.
• Logic function: Here you can change the parameters of the logic
function. For detailed information please read chapter „Logic function“ on page 55.
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The Schneider Electric ORB plug-in for the ETS allows you to verify
theparameter settings for one function or a complete zone and afterwards to either copy and paste or to export this data. You also can import the data from an other project or use the import/export function
for backup files.
Copy and paste configuration data
You also can export the complete ORB configuration data if you
need this for big projects.
Importing configuration data
1 Select the function (e. g. Push-button interface [A1] or the zone
[Zone A] you want to import stored data to.
2 Right click on the mouse button: the function is highlighted with
yellow and an additional window opens.
3 Select „Import configuration data“: a new Windows window
opens.
4 Select the folder with the .txt file you want to get the data from
5 Double click on the file: the data is automatically imported and the
window is closed.
Power failure and factory reset
The plug-in can be used to define the parameter settings for the reaction of the input and the output in the event of a power failure and a
reset.
Power failure
In case the 230 V power supply for the ORB is interrupted or ETS
forces a functional reset the outputs switch to OFF.
Once the power supply is restored and both the booting and DALI
scanning process has been completed (1-2 min) the output channels
adopt the value parameterised at the [Initalisation settings].
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Configuration data
You can use this function for backing up your parameter settings. Therefor it is realy important how you name the files, because otherwise you paste the data from a scene function block
into a push-button interface which might cause malfunctions to
the ORB.
If priority values are set as per default the output will be adopted
to the highes priority
Factory reset
A complete reset of all configuration back to the factory state may be
triggered by pressing synchronous the RESET button and the service
button on the device for more than 10 s. This shall be applied only in
case of fatal error, e.g. in the event of malfunctions of the ORB functions caused by incorrect or faulty parameter settings within the plugin.
1 Select the function (e. g. Push-button interface [A1] or the zone
[Zone A] you want to copy.
2 Right click on the mouse button: the function is highlighted with
yellow and an additional window opens.
3 Select „Copy configuration data“.
4 Select the function (e. g. Push-buttoninterface [B1] or [A2] or the
zone [Zone C] you want to paste the data to.
5 Right click on the mouse button again.
6 Select „Paste configuration data“: The copied data is transfered.
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KNX Roombox
ORBK-D-S-HIntroduction to the ORB plug-in
How to use the application description
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The descriptions below should help you to become familiar with
the apllication description for the ORB plug-in.
Application description - ORB ETS plug-in
The structure of the application description A itself is referring to the
strucure of the functions selectable at the ORB ETS plug-in B.
Only the following chapters inside the application description are additional for the better understanding and usage of the application description, the ETS plug-in and the ORB itself:
• Introduction to the ORB ETS plug-in
• General survey of the ORB parameters
• General survey of the ORB communication objects
• Enhanced user documentation
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Introduction to the ORB plug-in ....................... 1
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Zone Global
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Zone Energy metering
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Zone A
Zone Global .............................................................. 9
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Push-button interface [A1]
Zone Energy metering....................................... 11
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Push-button interface [A2]
Push-button interface ....................................... 13
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Push-button interface [A3]
Blind channel ......................................................... 17
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Blind channel [A1]
Dimming channel................................................ 27
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Dimming channel [A2]
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Switching channel [A3]
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Scene module [A]
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Brightness controller [A]
Switching channel .............................................. 33
Scene module ....................................................... 39
Brightness controller ......................................... 43
Brightness sensor ................................................ 47
Brightness sensor [A]
Presence block ..................................................... 49
Logic function ...................................................... 53
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Presence block 1 [A]
General survey of the ORB parameters ........ 57
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Presence block 2 [A]
General survey of the ORB group objects... 61
Logic function [A]
Enhanced user documentation............... 63
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Zone B
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Zone C
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Zone D
A Application description: Table of contents
B ORB ETS plug-In: Overview of the functions
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ORBK-D-S-HIntroduction to the ORB plug-in
Chapter - ORB ETS function
The structure of the chapters is referring to the structure at the plugin as you can see e. g. for chapter „Blind channel“.
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ORBK-D-S-HB
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Blind channel
Table of contents
Blind channel .................................... 17
Blind control ..................................................................17
Schneider Electric ORB ETS Plug-In -
Group objects .............................................................. 17
Blind channel..............................................................................17
Defining the blind type.............................................. 19
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Type 1 (without operating position) ...................................19
Type 2 (with operating position) ..........................................19
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Type 3 (without operating position) ...................................19
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Zone Global
Type 4 (with operating position) ..........................................19
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Zone Energy metering
Calibration ..................................................................... 20
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Calibration/Reference movement ..................................... 20
Zone A
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Push-button interface [A1]
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Push-button interface [A2]
Behaviour in case of voltage failure
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Push-button interface [A3]
and voltage recovery................................................................ 20
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Blind channel [A1]
Automatic calibration .............................................................20
Reference movement after initialisation ..........................20
Behaviour in case of voltage failure ................................... 20
Weather alarm
Behaviour of channels for blind .......................................... 20
Brightness settings
Weather alarm ................................... 21
Actuator
Safety position ........................................................................... 21
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal ........................................21
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Dimming channel [A2]
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Switching channel [A3]
ON delay wind alarm ...............................................................21
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Scene module [A]
OFF delay wind alarm ...............................................................21
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Brightness controller [A]
Maximum wind speed .............................................................21
OFF delay rain alarm ................................................................ 21
Brightness sensor [A]
Brightness settings .......................... 22
Setpoint brightness ..................................................................22
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Presence block 1 [A]
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Presence block 2 [A]
Hysteresis .....................................................................................22
Logic function [A]
Delay time upper brightness limit...................................... 22
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Zone B
Delay time lower brightness limit ........................................22
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Zone C
Behaviour on undercutting lower brightness limit ......22
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Zone D
Behaviour on exceeding upper brightness limit ............22
Duration of locking the automatic mode .......................22
Actuator ............................................. 23
Run time lower end position ................................................ 23
Run time upper end position ................................................23
Run time slat ................................................................................23
Run time slat bottom end position......................................23
Slat position during downward moving command ......23
Slat position during upward moving command ...........23
Step interval for slats ................................................................23
Drive-down coasting time ......................................................23
Drive-up coasting time............................................................23
Pause on reverse on change in direction ..........................23
A Application description
B Titel of chapter
C ORB ETS plug-In: Function with parameters
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ORBK-D-S-HIntroduction to the ORB plug-in
Parameter description - ORB ETS parameter
The description of the parameters is referring to the structure at the
plug-in: first selectable parameter = first descriped parameter at the
application description..
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Blind channel .................................... 17
Blind control ..................................................................17
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Zone Global
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Zone Energy metering
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Zone A
Detail View
Property
Group objects .............................................................. 17
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Push-button interface [A1]
Defining the blind type.............................................. 19
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Push-button interface [A2]
Type 1 (without operating position) ...................................19
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Push-button interface [A3]
Type 2 (with operating position) ..........................................19
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Blind channel [A1]
Blind channel..............................................................................17
Weather alarm
Group of wind alarm settings
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Safety position
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal
Type 3 (without operating position) ...................................19
Maximum wind speed
ON delay wind alarm
Weather alarm
OFF delay wind alarm
Calibration ..................................................................... 20
Brightness settings
OFF delay rain alarm
Calibration/Reference movement ..................................... 20
Actuator
Type 4 (with operating position) ..........................................19
Automatic calibration .............................................................20
Reference movement after initialisation ..........................20
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Dimming channel [A2]
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Switching channel [A3]
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Scene module [A]
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Brightness controller [A]
Behaviour in case of voltage failure
and voltage recovery................................................................ 20
Behaviour in case of voltage failure ................................... 20
Behaviour of channels for blind .......................................... 20
Brightness sensor [A]
Weather alarm ................................... 21
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Presence block 1 [A]
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Presence block 2 [A]
Safety position ........................................................................... 21
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal ........................................21
Logic function [A]
Maximum wind speed .............................................................21
ON delay wind alarm ...............................................................21
OFF delay wind alarm ...............................................................21
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Zone B
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Zone C
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Zone D
OFF delay rain alarm ................................................................ 21
A Application description: Parameter
B ORB ETS plug-In: Parameter
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ORBK-D-S-HIntroduction to the ORB plug-in
Parameter overview and default settings
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Overview of the blind channel parameters
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Zone Global
Blind channel
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Zone Energy metering
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Zone A
Area
Function
Blind channel
Weather alarm
Brightness settings
Actuator
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal
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Push-button interface [A2]
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Push-button interface [A3]
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Blind channel [A1]
Setting
No action
Down UP 100
0
s
14
s/m
2
s
OFF delay wind alarm
30
min
Brightness settings
OFF delay rain alarm
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min
Dimming channel [A2]
Switching channel [A3]
(0-6535.3 s) 2
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Scene module [A]
(0-6535.3 min) 30
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Brightness controller [A]
(0-100 min) 60
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal
Maximum wind speed
ON delay wind alarm
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OFF delay rain alarm
Unit
function %
Weather alarm
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(0-670760 m/s) 14
Safety position
Actuator
STOP
Fixed value - (0-6553.5 s) 0
Maximum wind speed
ON delay wind alarm
OFF delay wind alarm
Value
UP 100
Push-button interface [A1]
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Blind channel: Weather alarm
Parameter
Safety position
Detail View
Property
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Weather alarm
Group of wind alarm settings
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Brightness sensor [A]
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Presence block 1 [A]
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Presence block 2 [A]
Logic function [A]
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B
C
D
E
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Zone B
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Zone C
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Zone D
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Application description: Overview of the parameters
ORB ETS plug-In: Parameter with settings
Value
Unit
Selectable settings
At the end of each chapter you will find an overview of the parameters
descriped before and the default settings. The default value is always
marked in bold black letters. This might help you in cases you select
different settings and they don‘t fit to the function you desired.
Selectable settings for one parameter (e. g. „Weather alarm“) are written among each other. At the plug-in this possibility is marked with
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Figures und units written inside round brackets show the range and
the unit. Example: (0-6,553.5 s) 0. This means that the default value
is 0 and the selectable range is between 0 and 6,535.5 s.
Text written in squared brackets with bold black show parameters
(e. g. [Weather alarm]). You will find this at the introduction of each
chapter where general functions and/or behaviour are descripted to
help you to become more familiar with the individual function (e. g.
blind channel).
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ORBK-D-S-HIntroduction to the ORB plug-in
Checkbox function
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With the checkbox function you can make communication objects visibble at the ETS or hide them by deactivating the
checkbox for the corresponding function block at the plug in.
An activated checkbox is marked with
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Only the visibilty for the communication objects at the ETS is effected. The parameters at the plug in are still visibble independend of the checkbox status!
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[A1] Push button interface, receives
[A1] Push button interface, receives
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[A1] Push button interface, sends
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[A2] Push button interface, receives
[A2] Push button interface, receives
[A2] Push button interface, sends
[A2] Push button interface, sends
[A2] Push button interface, sends
[A2] Push button interface, sends
[A2] Push button interface, sends
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[A3] Push button interface, receives
[A3] Push button interface, receives
[A3] Push button interface, sends
[A3] Push button interface, sends
[A3] Push button interface, sends
[A3] Push button interface, sends
[A3] Push button interface, sends
[A3] Push button interface, sends
[A3] Push button interface, sends
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Object name
Length
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Zone Global
Status feedback switching
Status feedback value
Switching
Up/Down
Stop/Step
Dimming
Value
Slat rotation
Scene number
Status feedback switching
Status feedback value
Switching
Up/Down
Stop/Step
Dimming
Value
Slat rotation
Scene number
Status feedback switching
Status feedback value
Switching
Up/Down
Stop/Step
Dimming
Value
Slat rotation
Scene number
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4 Bit
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Zone Energy metering
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Zone A
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Push-button interface [A1]
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Push-button interface [A2]
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Push-button interface [A3]
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Blind channel [A1]
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Dimming channel [A2]
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Switching channel [A3]
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Scene module [A]
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Brightness controller [A]
Brightness sensor [A]
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Presence block 1 [A]
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Presence block 2 [A]
Logic function [A]
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Zone B
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Zone C
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Zone D
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[A1] Push button interface, receives
[A1] Push button interface, receives
[A1] Push button interface, sends
[A1] Push button interface, sends
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[A1] Push button interface, sends
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[A3] Push button interface, receives
[A3] Push button interface, receives
[A3] Push button interface, sends
[A3] Push button interface, sends
[A3] Push button interface, sends
[A3] Push button interface, sends
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[A3] Push button interface, sends
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ORBK4D4S4HR-IT7A
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Zone Global
Status feedback switching
Status feedback value
Switching
Up/Down
Stop/Step
Dimming
Value
Slat rotation
Scene number
Status feedback switching
Status feedback value
Switching
Up/Down
Stop/Step
Dimming
Value
Slat rotation
Scene number
1 Bit
1 Byte
1 Bit
1 Bit
1 Bit
4 Bit
1 Byte
2 Byte
1 Byte
1 Bit
1 Byte
1 Bit
1 Bit
1 Bit
4 Bit
1 Byte
2 Byte
1 Byte
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Zone Energy metering
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Zone A
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Push-button interface [A1]
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Push-button interface [A2]
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Push-button interface [A3]
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Blind channel [A1]
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Dimming channel [A2]
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Switching channel [A3]
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Scene module [A]
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Brightness controller [A]
A ETS overview
B ORB ETS plug-In: Checkbox for [A2] Push button interface:
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Alarm: missing update Switch: This alarm is displayed when the
switching channel is missing the new incomming telegram.
Global ............................................................... 9
Communication objects .................................. 9
Alarm: overload: This alarm is displayed when an overload is detected.
Alarm: short circuit: This alarm is displayed when a short circuit is
detected.
Alarm: earth leakage: A fault current detected within the Roombox
triggers the fault current protection integrated in the device.
Alarm: failure DALI EB: This alarm is only displayed when a DALI EB
(electronic ballast) fails.
Alarm: failure DALI lamp: This alarm is triggered when a DALI lamp
fails that is connected to the Roombox (e.g. a fluorescent lamp).
Alarm: Service required: This alarm is triggered when the service
for the Roombox is required due to permanent electrical fault.
Global........................................................................ 9
Global functions .............................................. 9
Preset configuration................................................... 9
Local programming.................................................... 9
Maximum number of failures before reset.................. 9
Overview of the zone global parameters ...... 9
Zone global
The Roombox has a global object that is able to display error states
via communication objects. They can be displayed visually via a
touch panel, for example.
Communication objects
The communication objects listed below always apply to one channel.
Zone expansion
The 14 Byte communication objects „Zone expansion“ is used to display whether the zone expansion is activated or not.
The following telegrams are send for the state of the zone expansion:
– No zone expansion: sending Telgramm = ABCD.
– A + B zone expansion: sending Telegramm = AACD.
– A + B + C zone expansion: sending Telegramm = AAAD.
– A + B + C + D zone expansion: sending Telegramm = AAAA.
– and so on.
Global
Function
Object name
Global, receives Alarm reset
Alarm: missing update Switch
Global, sends
DPT
Length
1.005
1 Bit
27.001 4 Byte
Alarm: overload
27.001 4 Byte
Alarm: short circuit
27.001 4 Byte
Alarm: earth leakage
27.001 4 Byte
Alarm: failure DALI EB
Alarm: failure DALI lamp
27.001 4 Byte
Alarm: service required
27.001 4 Byte
Zone expansion
16.001 14 Byte
27.001 4 Byte
Alaram reset
The 1 Bit communication object „Alarm reset“ can be used to reset a
false alarm, provided the error condition does not apply any more or
has been eliminated.
Alarm
The 4 Byte communication object „Alarm X“ is used to sent alarm
conditions to the bus.
In case of ALARM on one or multiple outputs the alarms are sent as a
status for each channel (Bit 0 = channel A1, Bit 1 = channel A2 etc.) on
the bus as a status feedback and can be displayed on a visualisation
system.
• Bit 0 = channel A1
• Bit 1 = channel A2
• Bit 2 = channel A3
• Bit 3 = channel B1
• Bit 4 = channel B2
• Bit 5 = channel B3
• Bit 6 = channel C1
• Bit 7 = channel C2
• Bit 8 = channel C3
• Bit 9 = channel D1
• Bit 10 = channel D2
• Bit 11 = channel D3
Global functions
Preset configuration
– If Activated: The preset local functions (internal links, push-button
type recognition and zone expansion) are activated.
– If Deactivated: No internal function is used. In this case, all functions need to be created via the ETS.
Local programming
– If Activated: The local programming (push-button type recognition
and zone expansion) is permitted.
– If Deactivated: The local programming is not possible.
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As long as you don‘t use neither the plug-in nor the ETS the
functions are activated. Once you open the plug-in the status
automatically changes to[Deactivated]. Be aware of this for
the case you only open the plug-in to make yourself familiar
with it. In this case you have to reset the status manually to
[Activated]!
Maximum failures before reset
The parameter setting is defined here for the maximum permissible
number of reseted electrical faults per channel before a device reset
(via the CLEAR button at the device or the communication objects
„Alarm reset“) is required.
Overview of the zone global parameters
Zone global: Global functions
Parameter
Setting
Preset configuration
Deactivated
Activated
Local programming
Deactivated
Activated
Maximum failures before reset
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The communication objects is propagated on each reset of the functional block and on each change of value. Bit 16 to bit 27 (mask) is
set (0FFF0000).
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Energy metering
Zone Energy metering................................... 11
Communication objects ................................ 11
Measurement of consumed energy
Energy metering (Total/Light/HVAC) ........................ 11
Energy metering ............................................ 11
Measurement of consumend energy ........................11
Measurement of consumend energy
per time period .........................................................11
Overview of theenergy metering
parameters ..................................................... 11
Zone Energy metering
The Roombox is equipped with counters for detecting the electrical
energy. The detection of the energy consumption is monitored via
communication objects and seperated between Total (consumption
of the Roombox), Light and HVAC.
Communication objects
The communication objects listed below always apply functionwise to
the comlete Roombox.
Energy metering (Total/Light/HVAC)
Function
Object name
DPT
Length
Energy metering,
receives
Trigger period of
measurement
1.017
1 Bit
Energy metering,
sends
Energy consumption
13.013
4 Byte
Energy consumption
since trigger
13.013
4 Byte
Each "electricity counter object“ represents one energy value:
• 1x Total (consumption of the Roombox, inclusive Light and HVAC)
• 1x Energy consumption Light
• 1x Energy consumption HVAC
Trigger period of measurement
The 1 Bit communication object „Trigger period of measurement“ is
used to trigger the start point for the period of measurement.
Consumed amount of energy is propagated via the communication
objects „Energy consumption“. Propagation is done according to
parameters [Cyclical sending] and [Send on change of value].
On each propagation the timer for [Cyclical sending] is restarted.
Propagation according to [Send on change of value] is done when
difference between current amount of consumed energy and last propagated amount of energy is either equal or greather than [Send at
change of value].
Measurement of consumed energy per time period
The Roombox allows measurement amount of energy consumed
during the time period. The periodical measurement is triggered by
communication objects „Trigger period of measurement“ . If „Trigger
period of measurement“ is updated by value „1“ at the output object
„Energy consumption since trigger“ the cumulated energy (since last
trigger ) is sent.
Example: The absolute value of real consumed energy at time t0 is
1000 KWh. At time t0 a update is triggered. The absolute value of consumed energy at time t1 is 1500 KWh. So on trigger update at time t1
a value of 500 KWh (energy cumulated since trigger
1500 kWh - 1000 kWh) is sent. After the value was called the counter
is set back to „0“.
Overview of the energy metering
parameters
Energy metering
Zone
Energy metering
Area
Total
Light
HVAC
Energy metering: Total/Light/
HVAC
Parameter
Settings
Cyclical sending
(0-65535 s) 3600
Offset value energy counter
(0...214748364,7 kWh) 0
Send onchange of value
(1...214748364,7 kWh) 1
Energy consumption
Both, the [Energy consumption] and the [Energy consumption
since trigger] are transmitted via the 4 Byte communication objects
„Energy“.
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Status feedback „value“
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Push-button interface .................................. 13
Communication objects ................................ 13
Push-button interface ...............................................13
Interfaces........................................................ 14
Switching .................................................................14
Relative dimming .....................................................14
Blind ........................................................................14
Window contact ........................................................14
Scene function .........................................................14
Scene function............................................... 14
Scene on release after push .....................................14
Scene on hold ..........................................................14
Scene on release after hold .....................................14
Overview of the push-button interface
parameters ..................................................... 15
Value states are received via the 1 Byte communication object „Status
feedback value“.
Switching
Switching states are transmitted to the correspondent switch actuator
via the 1 Bit communication object „Switching“.
Up/down
The 1 Bit communication object "Up/down“ is used for opening and
closing the blind or the roller shutter. When the value "1" is sent, the
drive moves down; "0" moves it up.
Stop/step
The 1 Bit communication object "Stop/step" is used to adjust the
opening angle of the slats gradually for blinds. The drive must be idle.
If the communication objects sends the object value "1", then the slats
are closed by one increment; if "0" is sent, they are opened (blind
type 1).
Dimming
Via the 4 Bit communication object „Dimming“ values concerning the
dimming steps (e. g. 1/1, 1/2, 1/4 and so on) are received and transformed into switching states.
Push-button interface
You can use the plug-in to select which connected push-button interface sends signals to the Roombox and the connected actuators.
This setting is defined for each zone and for each input.
The description of these functions include all parameters that can be
set, including explanations and examples.
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If you use wired push-buttons and SPS push-button in parallel
make sure that both push-buttons are of the same type
(one-gang or two-gang) and in accordance with the configuration (valid for RF variant only).
Value
Value telegrams are transmitted via the 1 Byte communication object
„Value“ to the corresponding actuator.
Slat rotation
Value telegrams regarding the slat position (-180...180°) are transmitted via the 2 Byte communication object „Slat rotation“ to the blind actuator.
Scene
Telegrams to trigger a scene are transmitted via the 1 Byte communication object „Scene number“ to the scene controller.
Communication objects
The communication objects listed below always apply to one channel.
Push-button interface
Function
Object name
Push-button
Interface X,
receives
Status feedback
switching
DPT
Length
1.001
1 Bit
Status feedback value
5.001
1 Byte
Push-button
Switching
Interface X, sends Up/down
1.001
1 Bit
1.008
1 Bit
Stop/step
1.007
1 Bit
Dimming
3.007
4 Bit
Value
5.001
1 Byte
Slat rotation
8.011
2 Byte
Scene number
18.001
1 Byte
Status feedback „switching“
Switching states are received via the 1 Bit (0 or 1) communication objects „Status feedback switching“.
This receiving object serves the synchronisation with the actuator
state when the actuator is driven from different push-buttons.
In particular situations (e. g. toggling function with no tertiary function
of the connected output channel) the status feedback can be obtained directly from the sending object . In this case the write flag
needs to be set.
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Interfaces
Scene functions
Switching
The descriped parameters listed below apply to the scene push-button.
The switch parameterised here can only switch on and off.
You can use this switch to either
– switch on and off using one push-button (single-button switching), or
– switch on or off using two push-buttons (two-button switching).
You need the second push-button to switch to the other state.
Relative dimming function (4 Bit)
The dimmer parameterised here can switch on/off and dim brighter/
darker.
You can use the relative dimming function to dim the output brighter
or darker relative to its current value. The step size of the brightness
change and the dimming direction are determined by the telegram value. Telegrams for the relative dimming function are received via the
4 Bit communication objects „Dimming“.
You can use the dimmer to either dim
– brighter and darker using one push-button (single-button dimming), or dim
– brighter or darker using two push-buttons (two-button dimming).
You need the second push-button to dim in the other direction.
Blind
The blind parameterised here can move up/down, stop and change
the position of the slat.
The up/down and stop/step communication objects are used.
For blind control the toggle function is not applicable.
Window contact
Here you can select the window contact you are using.
Window contact (Make contact)
If the input receives a 0-telegram, the contact is opened. If a 1-telegram is received, the contact is closed.
Window contact (Make contact with cyclical sending)
If the input receives a 0-telegram, the contact is opened. If a 1-telegram is received, the contact is closed. In addition the status is send
to the bus cyclically.
Window contact (Break contact)
If the input receives a 0-telegram, the contact is closed. If a 1-telegram is received, the contact is opened.
Window contact (Break contact with cyclical sending)
If the input receives a 0-telegram, the contact is closed. If a 1-telegram is received, the contact is opened. In addition the status is send
to the bus cyclically.
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If you need no pre-selcetion you can define the telegram to be
send on the respective push-button event.
Absolute values are send via the value object (1 Byte) while relative commands are send via thedimming (4 Bit ) and up/down
(1 Bit) object.
Scene on release after push
This parameter is to assign a scene number to the button (hardware
input) after releasing the key after a short press of the key. The value
is transmitted via the communication objects „Scene number“.
With Scene not send: Releasing the key no telegram is transmitted
to the bus.
With Recall scene: Releasing the key the scene is recalled.
With Save scene: Releasing the key saves the scene settings.
Scene on button hold
This parameter is to assign a scene number to the button (hardware
input) during a long press of the key. The value is transmitted via the
communication objects „Scene number“.
With Scene not send: Holding the key no telegram is transmitted to
the bus.
With Recall scene: Holding the key the scene is recalled.
With Save scene: Holding the key saves the scene settings.
Scene on release after hold
This parameter is to assign a scene number to the button (hardware
input) after releasing the key after a long press of the key. The value is
transmitted via the communication objects „Scene number“.
With Scene not send: Releasing the key no telegram is transmitted
to the bus.
With Recall scene: Releasing the key the scene is recalled.
With Save scene: Releasing the key saves the scene settings.
Scene function
This parameterises that the scene function on a push-button action
(e.g. send a scene or safe a scene) is transmitted as the input signal
for the channel. The respective telegram is sent via the scene object.
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Overview of the push-button interface
parameters
Push-button interface [A1]
Parameter
Interface [A1]
Setting
Switching
Relative dimming
Blind
Window contact (make contact)
Window contact (make contact
with cyclical sending 300 s)
Window contact (break contact)
Window contact (break contact
with cyclical sending 300 s)
Scene function
Push-button interface [A2]
Parameter
Interface [A2]
Setting
Switching
Relative dimming function
Blind
Window contact (break contact)
Window contact (break contact
with cyclical sending 300 s)
Window contact (make contact)
Window contact (make contact
with cyclical sending 300 s)
Edge function
Scene function
Push-button interface [A3]
Parameter
Setting
Interface [A3]
Switching
Relative dimming function
Blind
Window contact (break contact)
Window contact (break contact
with cyclical sending 300 s)
Window contact (make contact)
Window contact (make contact
with cyclical sending 300 s)
Edge function
Scene function
Interface [A1-A3]:
Scene function
Parameter
Scene on release after push
Setting
Scene not send
Recall scene 0
Save scene
Scene on button hold
Scene not send
Recall scene 0
Save scene
Scene on release after hold
Scene not send
Recall scene 0
Save scene
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Blind channel
Blind channel ................................................ 17
The function of the blinds is brightness-dependent. Therefore the external brightness value must be binded to the communication objects
„Current brightness value“.
The function can be made either automatically (switch signal from
presence controller to the input „Up/Down“ and external brightness
value from brightness sensor to the input „Current brigtness value) or
manually (local push-button).
Blind control .............................................................17
Communication objects ............................... 17
Blind channel............................................................17
Defining the blind type.................................. 19
Type 1 (without operating position) ...........................19
Type 2 (with operating position) ................................19
Type 3 (without operating position) ...........................19
Type 4 (with operating position) ................................19
Calibration ..................................................... 20
Calibration/Reference movement ............................20
Automatic calibration ...............................................20
Reference movement after initialisation ...................20
Behaviour in case of voltage failure
and voltage recovery..................................... 20
Behaviour in case of voltage failure ......................... 20
Behaviour of channels for blind ............................... 20
Weather alarm ............................................... 21
Safety position ......................................................... 21
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal .............................21
Maximum wind speed ..............................................21
ON delay wind alarm ...............................................21
OFF delay wind alarm ..............................................21
OFF delay rain alarm ............................................... 21
Brightness settings ....................................... 22
Setpoint brightness ..................................................22
Hysteresis ................................................................22
Delay time upper brightness limit............................. 22
Behaviour on exceeding upper brightness limit ........22
Delay time lower brightness limit ..............................22
Behaviour on undercutting lower brightness limit .....22
Blind control
The blind function allows you both the upward and downward moving
behaviour and the position of the slats.
Communication objects
The communication objects listed below always apply to one channel.
Blind channel
Function
Object name
Blind channel X, Lock
receives
Wind alarm 1
Wind speed 1
Wind alarm 2
Wind speed 2
Wind alarm 3
Wind speed 3
Frost alarm
Rain alarm
Run time lower end position .................................... 23
Run time upper end position ....................................23
Run time slat ............................................................23
Run time slat bottom end position.............................23
Slat position during downward moving command ....23
Slat position during upward moving command ........23
Step interval for slats ................................................23
Drive-down coasting time .........................................23
Drive-up coasting time..............................................23
Pause on reverse on change in direction ..................23
Factor run time end position .................................... 23
Bottom end switch existing ......................................24
Initialisation settings .................................................24
Maximum start-up delay ...........................................24
Behaviour at the start of the lock ..............................24
Behaviour at the end of the locking.......................... 24
Slat angle after movement ........................................24
Duration of locking the automatic mode ..................24
Overview of the blind channel function
parameters .................................................... 25
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Length
1 Bit
1 Bit
2 Byte
1 Bit
2 Byte
1.005
9.005
1 Bit
1.005
1.005
1 Bit
1.008
1 Bit
Stop/step manual mode
1.010
1 Bit
Height position manual mode
5.001
1 Byte
Slat position manual mode
5.001
1 Byte
Slat rotation manual mode
2 Byte
Lock automatic mode
8.011
1.003
1.003
Up/down automatic mode
1.008
1 Bit
Stop/step automatic mode
1.010
Up/down manual mode
Lock manual mode
Actuator ......................................................... 23
DPT
1.003
1.005
9.005
1.005
9.005
Height position automatic mode 5.001
2 Byte
1 Bit
1 Bit
1 Bit
1 Bit
1 Byte
Slat position automatic mode
5.001
1 Byte
Slat rotation automatic mode
8.011
2 Byte
Brightness (Current value)
9.004
2 Byte
Blind channel X, Status feedback height position 5.001
sends
Status feedback slat position
5.001
Status feedback slat rotation
8.011
1 Byte
1 Byte
2 Byte
Lock
Switching telegrams (0/1) are received via the 1 Bit communication
object „Lock“ to activate or deactivate a lock function. The lock object
has got the highest priority. The functionality of the selected actuator
channel can be deactivated with the help of the lock object.
Wind alarm
A wind alarm is triggered (0/1) by receiving the 1 Bit communication
object „Wind alarm X“ (e. g. from a weather station).
Wind speed
Telegrams regarding the wind speed (m/s) are received via the 2 Byte
communication object „Wind speed X“ (e. g. from a weather station).
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Frost alarm
Up/down automatic
The frost alarm is triggered (0/1) by receiving the 1 Bit communication
object „Frost alarm“ (e. g. from a weather station).
The 1 Bit communication object "Automatic up/down" is responsible
for opening and closing the blind or the roller shutter. When the value
"1" is received, the drive moves down; "0" moves it up.
Rain alarm
The rain alarm is triggered (0/1) by receiving the 1 Bit communication
object „Rain alarm“ from a rain detector. The release of the rain alarm
is delayed according to the parameterisation at [OFF delay rain
alarm].
Manual mode
The manual mode allows you to move the connected drive into the
desired position manually. You have five communication objects to do
this: up/down, stop/step, height position, slat position and slat
rotation.
Up/down manual mode
The 1 Bit communication object "Manual up/down" is responsible for
opening and closing the blind or the roller shutter. When the value "1"
is received, the drive moves down; "0" moves it up.
Stop/step manual mode
The 1 Bit communication object "Manual stop/step" is used to adjust
the opening angle of the slats gradually for blinds. The drive must be
idle. If the communication objects receives the object value "1", then
the slats are closed by one increment; if "0" is received, they are
opened (type 1).
Height position manual mode
The 1 Byte communication object "Manual height position" is responsible for the height position of the blind or roller shutter. The limit position 0 % means that the blind/roller shutter is fully up. If 100 % is set,
then the blind/roller shutter is fully down.
Stop/step automatic
The 1 Bit communication object "Automatic stop/step" allows you to
adjust the opening angle of the slats gradually for blinds. The drive
must be idle. If the communication objects receives the object value
"1", then the slats are closed by one increment; if "0" is received, they
are opened (type 1).
Height position automatic
The 1 Byte communication object "Automatic height position" is responsible for the height position of the blind or roller shutter. The limit
position 0 % means that the blind/roller shutter is fully up. If 100% is
set, then the blind/roller shutter is fully down.
Slat position automatic
The 1 Byte communication object "Automatic slat position" allows you
to set the slat opening angle directly. In slat position 0 % the slats are
horizontally open or closed up. At 100 % they are closed down. The
actual opening angle of the slats depends on the type of blind in use.
Slat rotation automatic
The 2 Byte communication objects “Automatic slat rotation“ allows
you to set the slat angle (-180°...180°) automatically.
Current brightness value
Telegrams regarding the current outdoor brightness value
(0-65535 lx) are received via the 2 Byte communication object
„Brightness (Current value)“.
Slat position manual mode
Status feedback „height position“
The 1 Byte communication object "Manual slat position" allows you to
set the slat opening angle directly. In slat position 0 % the slats are
horizontally open or closed up. At 100 % they are closed down. The
actual opening angle of the slats depends on the type of blind in use.
Status feedback „slat position“
The reading-back of the height position of the blind is done by the
1 Byte communication object „Status feedback height position“.
Slat rotation manual mode
The reading-back of the slat position is done by the
1 Bytecommunication object „Status feedback slat position“.
The 2 Byte communication object “Manual slat rotation“ allows you to
set the slat angle (-180°...180°) manually.
Status feedback „slat rotation“
Lock manual mode
The reading-back of the slat rotation is done by the 2 Byte communication object „Status feedback slat rotation“.
If you want to disable manual operation for a time, then you can activate a disable function (1 Bit) for every output channel.
Lock automatic
The automatic mode is locked for the time set at [Duration of locking the automatic mode] for the corresponding channel. Then initially you can position the connected drive only by using using the
manual mode. After the set time is up the drive responds identically to
control telegrams received from both types of control.
Automatic mode
In addition to manual mode of the blind/roller shutter drives (using the
communication object for the manual operation options), the Roombox also provides you five communication objects for the automatic
mode.
Automatic control can take place from other bus devices, e. g., presence detectors, light controllers or through a building control centre.
The communication objects for manual mode and the automatic
mode have the same effects. The drive carries out the last command
it received to one of the objects.
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Blind type 3 (without operating position)
Defining the blind type
The running behaviour of the four blind types deviates according to
the following parameters: Runtime lower/upper end position, Runtime
slat; Runtime slat in bottom position; Slat position during downward/
upward command.
Blind type 1 (without operating position)
0°
-90°
90°
90°
-90°
90°
0°
-45°
-90°
– 0° = starting horizontal position of the slats
– Apositive slat angel is defined as a moving „upward“ command that
rim of the slat that is nearer to the sun.
– A negative angle is defined as a movement „upward“ command.
– Possible adjustment range for the opening angle of the slats:
-180°...+180°
Use [Slat position during upward moving command] or [Slat position during downward moving command] to specify the behaviour of the slats during the desired movement direction.
Blind type 2 (with operating position)
– 90° = starting vertical position of the slats
– Apositive slat angel is defined as a moving „upward“ command that
rim of the slat that is nearer to the sun.
– A negative angle is defined as a movement „upward“ command.
– Possible adjustment range for the opening angle of the slats:
-180°...+180°
Use [Slat position during upwnward moving command] or [Slat
position during downward moving command] to specify the behaviour of the slats during the desired movement direction.
Blind type 4 (with operating position)
90°
0°
135°
90°
-45°
0°
-45°
0°
-90°
– 0° = starting horizontal position of the slats
– Downward movement: Slats tilted in operating position downwards
(slat position in operating position)
– Possible adjustment range for the opening angle of the slats:
0° up to operating position if the blind is not in the lower end position
and -180°...+180° if the blind is in the lower end position.
-90°
– Upward movement: Slats are closed upwards
– Downward movement: Slats tilted in operating position downwards
(slat position in operating position)
– When the lower end position is reached, the slats are closed
– Possible adjustment range for the opening angle of the slats:
0° up to operating position if the blind is not in the lower end position
and -180°...+180° if the blind is in the lower end position.
Use [Slat position during upnward moving command] or [Slat
position during downward moving command] to specify the behaviour of the slats during the desired movement direction.
Use [Slat position during upward moving command] or [Slat position during downward moving command] to specify the behaviour of the slats during the desired movement direction.
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Calibration
Calibration/Reference movement
The blind actuator calculates the current position of a drive from the
running times that you parameterised for the drive and also from the
control commands that it executes. This calculation has to be performed because the drive cannot provide any status feedback on its position. Even if you parameterised the running times very precisely,
small variations occur between the internally calculated height position and the actual height position after a few movements. These are
due to mechanical tolerances and weather influences (temperature
fluctuations, frost, rain etc.).
The blind actuator can reset these deviations with reference movements. To do this, it moves the drives specifically into the top or lower
end position. After the reference movement, the internal position calculation re-starts from a fixed value. This means that any deviations
that have occurred in the meantime are deleted.
The calibration function is primarily important if you are working
with a large number of position commands and require a high
level of positioning precision. If you are controlling the blind with
the basic function only and position commands are irrelevant,
then you don't need this function. Calibration is only done after
a reset or a download.
Application example
– Blind type 1, automatic slat position after downwards movement
(working position) 50 %
– Run time height 120 s
Run time supplement up 0.2 s
Run time slat 2.5 s
– Current height position 40 %
Current slat position 50 % (operating position)
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0%
50 %
40 %
Calibration is also automatically carried out when the drive moves into
an end position following a "normal" positioning command. The running time supplement of 5 % also applies in the case of automatic calibration.
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If during a calibration function a weather alarm or any other
higher-level function is activated, then the calibrating function is
cancelled and the higher-level function is executed.
Automatic calibration
Every time the drive moves into the defined end position following a
positioning command, the calibration function is carried out. This
means that a running time supplement, parameterisable as a percentage of the total running time, is added to the calculated movement time needed by the drive, so that the drive can reach the desired
end position fully.
Reference movement after initialisation
The aim of the reference movement after a bus voltage recovery is to
have an exact starting position for subsequent position movements.
The reference movement after initialisation is always performed.
The reference movement is triggered by an absolute positioning command. These are, for example, the receipt of a value on the "Height
position" or "Automatic height position" objects, retrieval of scenes, or
if an absolute position is assumed in the event of a weather alarm,
alarm or lock. If after initialisation the "Manual movement object" object receives a value that moves the blind/roller shutter into the top
end position, then the actuator automatically assesses this movement as a reference movement.
In general, the reference movement after initialisation is towards the
top end position. If you enabled transmission of the status messages
"Height position" and/or "Slat position" (active status feedback object), the current status is automatically transmitted via this object.
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Behaviour in case of voltage failure and
voltage recovery
Behaviour in case of voltage failure
The device is connected to the supply voltage. All device functions can only be fully guaranteed if the device is receiving this
voltage correctly.
When making your settings, ensure that the higher priority safe functions are not active after the voltage recovery. So that this doesn‘t
cause damage, it makes sense to make the settings in such a way
that the drive assumes a safe position during the supply failure.
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100
%
Calculated movement time for reference movement to top end position:
– Open slats fully for the upwards movement = 1.25 s
– plus height running time (40 % of total movement range) 48 s, upwards direction
– plus running time supplement upwards (40 % of 0.2 s) 0.08 s
– Calculated movement time: 49.33 s
– plus supplement for reference movement (5% of total running time)
6s
Total movement time of the reference movement = 55.33 s
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Behaviour of channels for blind
After voltage recovery, all outputs are opened (all drives stop). Then
the blind moves to the state parameterised at [Inital settings].
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Maximum wind speed
Weather alarm
If a weather station is connected to the respective communication objects „Wind alarm“ and/or „Rain alarm“, a telegram is sent to the room
box and the "Weather alarm" scenario is triggered. Within the blind
control, it is parameterised at what point a weather alarm is valid so
that an action is triggered. For example, it is sensible to move the
blind to the top position in case of a wind alarm, so that it does not get
torn off or damaged. After the weather alarm has expired (the conditions have returned to normal), you can parameterise how long the
function of the weather alarm will last until certain functions or pushbuttons are re-enabled. The wind alarm can also be triggered in parallel by a 1 Bit object. There are a total of three wind alarm objects that
are all connected to each other as OR logic operations.
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This parameterises the maximum allowed wind speed (0-6553.5 m/s,
meassured by a weather station for example) before the wind alarm
will be triggered.
Risk of damage!
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Blinds/roller shutters can by damaged or destroyed if the
wind is too strong.
When parameterising the wind alarm, observe the wind speeds
allowed for your blind/roller shutter.
ON delay wind alarm
This parameterises how long the maximum wind speed must last in
order for the wind alarm to be triggered.
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Depending on the weather, the wind can briefly exceed the
speed allowed (wind gust) without the blind/roller shutter being
damaged by it. However, if the excess speed holds for a longer
period of time, the blind/roller shutter should be moved to the
safety position provided.
OFF delay wind alarm
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This parameterises how long the wind alarm and the associated
alarm and disable functions are to last after the maximum wind speed
has been undercut.
This prevents the alarm function from being overridden and all other
functions enabled when the wind speed is briefly undercut, which
could damage the blind/roller shutter.
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0...100 min
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OFF delay rain alarm
This parameterises how long the alarm function should remain activated after a rain alarm has ended.
This setting makes sure the alarm function remains active even once
the weather alarm has stopped.
Safety position
This is to parameterise the behaviour of the blind/roller shutter in case
of a weather alarm (e. g. wind alarm).
With No action: In case of a wind alarm, nothing happens.
With Down: On: In case of a wind alarm, a down telegram is sent.
With Up: On: In case of a wind alarm, an up telegram is sent.
With Stop: In case of a wind alarm, a stop telegram is sent.
With Fixed value: In case of a wind alarm, the blind moves to the position parameterised here.
With the blind, not only the height of the blind can be parameterised
in this way, but also the position of the slats.
Position height: With Up/Down the relative height and with Fixed
value the absolute height that a blind/roller shutter is to approach can
be parameterised here.
Position slat: Only with Fixed value the position (= angle) of the
slats can be parameterised as well.
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After releasing alarms the last position command is only stored
if no relative commands are used. Otherwise you have to enter
a new value!
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal
The parameter is defined here for the time during which the actuator
monitors the bus for telegrams.
In case of missing an update from the sensor (weather station) the
safety position will be adopted.
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Behaviour on exceeding upper brightness limit
Brightness settings
The position of the blind/roller shutter is brightness-dependent. That
means if the external brightness increases and the parameterised upper brightness value in the room is reached or exceeded, then for example the blind can be moved downwards.
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B
C
C
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A
B
C
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2
3
2
3
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Upper brightness limit
Lower brightness limit
Delay time
Short-time undercut lower brightness limit: No action
Longer undercut lower brightness limit: Blind moves upwards
Exeeding upper brightness limit: Blind moves downwards
In this way the blind/roller shutter present in the room is moved up- or
downwards deping on the measured brightness.
Setpoint brightness
The desired setpoint (e.g. 25000 lx) necessary for the blind control is
entered here.
The receiving telegramm comes from an external device (e. g. weather station) and only transmits the meassured outdoor lux value.
Hysteresis
The hysteresis specifies the allowed percentage of exceeding or undercutting the parameterised setpoint.
All measured values above or below that cause the controller output
to switch into the parameterised position.
The plug-in allows only a percentage to be entered that is valid for
both oversteering and understeering.
Delay time upper brightness limit
This parameterises how long the upper brightness value must be exceeded in order for an action to be triggered.
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Depending on the weather, the parameterised upper brightness limit may be briefly exceeded (e.g. by strong sunlight) without a telegram being generated immediately. Only if it is
exceeded for a longer time and the delay time has expired a telegram is sent to the bus. If the brightness limit is undercut
again before the delay time expires, nothing happens.
This parameterises what should happen when the upper brightness
limit is exceeded.
With No action: If the upper brightness limit is exceeded, nothing
happens.
With Down: On: If the upper brightness limit is exceeded, a down telegram is sent (e.g. a blind moves down).
The increment needs to be parametrised as well (e.g. DOWN 50 % =
a downward movement of 50 % from the current position).
With Up: On: If the upper brightness limit is exceeded, an up telegram
is sent (e.g. a blind moves up).
The increment needs to be parametrised as well (e.g. UP 50 % = a
upward movement of 50 % from the current position).
With Stop: If the upper brightness limit is exceeded, an stop telegram
is sent.
With Fixed value: If the upper brightness limit is exceeded, the blind
moves to the position parameterised here.
With the blind, not only the height of the blind can be parameterised
in this way, but also the position of the slats.
Position height: With Up/Down the relative height and with Fixed
value the absolute height that a blind/roller shutter is to approach can
be parameterised here.
Position slat: Only with Fixed value the position (= angle) of the
slats can be parameterised as well.
Delay time lower brightness limit
This parameterises how long the lower brightness value must be undercut in order for an action to be triggered.
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Depending on the weather, the parameterised lower brightness
limit may be briefly undercut (e.g. sun is masked by clouds) without a telegram being generated immediately. Only if it is undercut for a longer time and the delay time has expired a
telegram is sent to the bus. If the brightness limit is exceeded
again before the delay time expires, nothing happens.
Behaviour on undercutting lower brightness limit
This parameterises what is to happen when the lower brightness limit
is undercut.
With No action: If the lower brightness limit is undercut, nothing happens.
With Down: If the lower brightness limit is undercut, a down telegram
is sent.
With Up: If the lower brightness limit is undercut, an up telegram is
sent.
With Stop: If the lower brightness limit is undercut, an stop telegram
is sent.
With Fixed value: If the lower brightness limit is undercut, the blind
moves to the position parameterised here.
Position height: With Up/Down the relative height and with Fixed
value the absolute height that a blind/roller shutter is to approach can
be parameterised here.
Position slat: Only with Fixed value the position (= angle) of the
slats can be parameterised as well.
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Slat position during downward moving command
Actuator
The drive running time settings are different depending on the desired
control task for the blind or roller shutter.
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If the running times to be set are too short to measure with the
clock, then set an approximate value for the time being. Use position commands to test the behaviour of the drive or the slats.
If the desired positions are not fully reached or are exceeded,
then correct the running times accordingly. Check your corrections using renewed position commands. Carry out several
tests because you will only see or detect the small discrepancies after a few movements. In addition to the discrepancies
mentioned, environmental factors (temperature, rain etc.) also
lead to variations in the movement behaviour of the drives. Due
to the fact that the drives cannot report their current position
and the current position can't always be calculated, the blind
actuator cannot detect these discrepancies. In order to continue to be able to position the drive precisely, it makes sense to
return the drives to a fixed starting position by means of regular
reference movements. This allows you to achieve satisfactory
positioning precision for a long time.
Run time lower end position
This parameterises how long the blind/roller takes to move to the lower end position.
Run time upper end position
This parameterises how long the blind/roller shut takes to move to the
upper end position.
Run time slat
The slat running time is the period of time it takes the slat to complete
a full movement from 0% to 100% (or vice versa).
The regulating range through which the opening angle passes depends on the type of blind in use:
Slat position
0%
100 %
Type 1
Type 2
Type 3
Type 4
level open
up closed
down closed
How to measure small slat running times:
1 Move the slats into the closed position (slat position 100 %°). This
is the lower end position for blind types with working position.
2 Now send step commands until the blind moves up, counting the
number of steps required.
Example: The blind requires five steps to go through the slat regulating range. The blind moves upwards on the sixth step.
How to measure large slat running times
1 Move the slats into the closed position (slat position 100 %). This
is the lower end position for blind types with working position.
2 Now send a upward movement command.
Before the drive opens the blind, the slats are turned to the open
position (0°). Measure the time it takes them to turn.
3 Stop the drive after turning.
For blind types 2 and 4 (with working position), ensure that the closed
slat position is not engaged until the slats are parameterised in the
lower end position. Then also add on the time it takes to turn from the
operating position to the closed position.
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For blind types 1 and 3 (without working position) the slat running time you selected influences the opening angle after a movement. This is because the selected opening angle
(percentage of automatic slat position) is converted into a percentage turning time for the slats. The same applies for the slat
adjustment function after a movement.
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This parameterises the position of the slat (e.g. horizontal) when a
downward moving command is issued (0° = horizontal position).
Observe the slat rotation and enter the angle.
Slat position during upward moving command
This parameterises the position of the slat (e.g. horizontal) when an
upward moving command is issued.
The parameters selectable here depend on the respective blind type.
Step interval for slats
Step commands allow you to turn the blind slats. You can change the
opening angle of the slats gradually, to prevent glare when the sun
changes position, for example.
Drive-down coasting time
Some motors continue to run for a few milliseconds after they have
been switched-off. If you observe this behaviour, you can compensate with the settings for run-out delay.
• Positive value = Move longer.
• Negative value = Move shorter
Drive-up coasting time
Some motors do not achieve maximum power output immediately
when they are switched-on, but a few milliseconds later. You can
compensate for this using the start-up delay time setting.
• Positive value = Move longer.
• Negative value = Move shorter
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If the coasting time(drive-up/drive-down) is set this may avoid
the capability of using short start/stop function. You can only
parameterise steps of 8 ms (that means 7 = 0 ms and 12 = 8 ms
for example).
Pause on reverse on change in direction
When the blind actuator of a drive that is currently moving receives a
command to move in the opposite direction, then the output for this
channel is switched-off first. Before the output for the new direction of
movement is switched-on, the actuator waits for the parameterised
pause on reverse time. The built-in minimum value is 500 ms.
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CAUTION
Risk of damage!
If pauses on reverse are too short, the drive may be damaged.
When setting the values, be sure to observe to manufacturer's
specifications in the data sheet of the drive to prevent damages
to the drives.
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Note the following special cases:
If a step command is executed and the slats subsequently
reach the limit of their possible movement range or if they are
already in a maximum position, then the drive moves briefly in
the desired direction. The duration of this movement also corresponds to the parameterised step interval. If the direction
changes from one step command to the next, then the device
waits the pause on reverse time between steps in this case also.
On frequent reception of movement commands during reverse
waiting time the latest command will be executed.
Factor run time end position
The value parameterised here is multiplied onto both the upper end
position and the lower end position (if present) for the calibration.
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Bottom end switch exists
This parameterises whether a bottom end switch exists or not.
If the blind/roller shutter touches the end switch during a movement
command to an end position, the motor is switched-off immediately.
With Yes: A bottom end switch exists. The calibration movement is
also performed downwards.
With No: No bottom end switch exists. The calibration movement is
only performed upwards.
Initialisation settings
The values parameterised here are valid only for power-on or after a
reset.
With No action: No action is triggered.
With Up: The blinds move to the upper end position.
With Down: The blinds move to the lower end position.
With Stop: The blinds stop if they are moving.
With Fixed value: The blinds move to the position parameterised
here.
Maximum start-up delay
The value parameterised here is to prevent high bus load after a reset.
Behaviour at the start of the lock
This parameterises how the blind is to behave when the locking is activated.
With No action: An activated locking triggers no action.
With Up: The blinds move to the upper end position.
With Down: The blinds move to the lower end position.
With Stop: The blinds stop at their current position.
With Fixed value: The blind moves to the position parameterised
here.
Behaviour at the end of the lock
This parameterises how the blind is to behave at the end of the locking.
With No action: A released locking triggers no action.
With Up: The blinds move to the upper end position.
With Down: The blinds move to the lower end position.
With Stop: The blinds stop at their current position.
With Fixed value: The blind moves to the position parameterised
here.
Slat angle after movement
This parameterises the rotation of the slats after a movement.
With Hold value: The input adopts the value of the last lower priority
signal.
With Fixed value: The input adopts the value parameterised here.
With Last angle: The last angle before the movement was triggered
is adopted.
Duration of locking the automatic mode
This parameterises how long the automatic mode is to be locked.
The locking is then triggered by push-button action that activates manual mode. Pushing the button again does not cancel the locking.
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Overview of the blind channel parameters
Blind channel: Actuator
Blind channel
Run time lower end podition
(0-6553.5 s) 60
Run time upper end podition
(0-6553.5 s) 70
Run time slat
(0-524.28 s) 1
Run time slat lower end position
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Slat position during downward moving
command
(-180...180°) -75
Slat position during upward moving
command
(-180...180°) 75
Area
Blind channel
Function
Weather alarm
Brightness settings
Actuator
Blind channel: Weather alarm
Parameter
Setting
Safety position
No action
Down UP Stop
Fixed value 0 0
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Maximum wind speed
(0-6553.5 m/s) 14
ON delay wind alarm
(0-6535.3 s) 2
OFF delay wind alarm
(0-65535 min) 30
OFF delay rain alarm
(0-65535 min) 60
Parameter
Step intervals for slat
(-180...180°) 5
Drive-down coasting time
(-262.144...262.136 ms) 0
Drive-up coasting time
(-262.144...262.136 ms) 0
Pause on reverse on change in direction (0-6553.5 s) 0.5
Factor run time end position
(-163.84...163.85 %) 15
Bottom end-switch exists
Yes
Initialisation settings
No action
No
Down Up Stop
Fixed value - -
Blind channel: Brightness values
Parameter
Setting
Setpoint brightness
(0-65535 lx) 25000
Hysteresis
(0-100 %) 40
Delay time upper brightness limit
(0-6553.5 s) 20
Behaviour on exceeding upper
brightness limit
No action
Down Up -
Maximum start-up delay
(0-6553.5 s) 5
Behaviour at the start of the lock
No action
Down Up 100
Stop
Fixed value - -
Behaviour after the end of the locking
Up -
Fix value 100 -45
Delay time lower brightness limit
(0 - 65353 min) 60
Behaviour on undercutting lower
brightness limit
No action
Down Up Stop
Fixed value - -
No action
Down -
Stop
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Setting
Stop
Fixed value - Slat angle after movement
Hold value
Fixed value
Last angle
Duration of locking the automatic mode ( 0-65535 min) 60
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Table of contents
Dimming channel........................................... 27
Communication objects ............................... 27
Dimming channel......................................................27
Time functions .............................................. 28
ON delay .................................................................28
OFF delay ................................................................28
Staircase timer function ...........................................28
Staircase timer, retriggerable and adding .................28
Staircase timer function with manual OFF................ 29
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal .............................29
Cyclical sending ...................................................... 29
Delay time for status feedback .................................29
Initialisation settings ..................................... 30
Initial value of switching/value object .......................30
Initial value of priority control object ..........................30
Initial value of lock object..........................................30
Value when missing the cyclical sensor signal..........30
Priority control ............................................... 30
Priorities ..................................................................30
Status of output after deactivating priority control......30
Behaviour at the start of the lock ..............................30
Behaviour at the end of the locking ..........................30
Dimming functions ....................................... 31
Total dimming time ...................................................31
Cross-fading times ...................................................31
Minimum dimming value...........................................31
Maximum dimming value..........................................31
Switch ON via relative dimming ...............................31
Switch OFF via relative dimming ..............................31
Switch OFF power to EB ..........................................31
Output at switch ON .................................................31
Lock functions ............................................... 32
Overview of the dimming
channel parameters ..................................... 32
Dimming channel
With the dimming channel, a distinction is made, depending on the
Roombox type, between presence-dependent light control and
brightness-dependent light control.
Both functions can be executed either automatically (presence detector in combination with brightness sensor) or manually (local pushbutton).
The dimming channel can switch the light (on/off) and dim it
(up/down).
Dimming
That only applies to Roombox versions ORBK4D4S4HW and
ORB8D0S4HW.
Function
Object name
Dimming channel X, Lock
receives
Priority control
DPT
Length
1.003
1 Bit
2.002
2 Bit
Staircase timer fix
1.001
1 Bit
Staircase timer variable
7.004
2 Byte
Switching
1.001
1 Bit
Dimming
3.007
4 Bit
Set value
5.001
1 Byte
Dimming channel X, Status feedback switching
sends
Status feedback value
1.001
1 Bit
5.001
1 Byte
Lock
Switching telegrams (0/1) are received via the 1 Bit communication
objects „Lock“ to activate or deactivate a lock function. The lock object has got the highest priority. The functionality of the selected actuator channel can be deactivated with the help of the lock object.
Telegrams via the switching object or status changes from the logic/
priority function are no longer converted into switching commands at
the output when the lock function is activated.
Priority control
Switching telegrams (0/1) are received via the 2 Bit communication
objects
„Priority control“, to switch the channel to high priority switching states
(opened/closed). If the 2 bit priority control object receives a telegram
whose first Bit (Bit 1) has the value ON "1", the priority control function
is active. In this case, the switch actuator switches to the state that
was defined by the second Bit (Bit 0) of the telegram.
Bit 1 Bit 0 Function
1
1
Switched-on with priority (output actuated)
1
0
Switched-off with priority (output not actuated)
0
1
Priority control function not active (output behaves according to parameter "Behaviour after priority")
0
0
Priority control function not active (output behaves according to parameter "Behaviour after priority")
Staircase timer fix
Telegrams for a staircase time (0/1) are received via the1 Bit communication objecs „Staircase timer fix“. Only the staircase timer fix has
got the adding function.
Staircase timer variable
Telegrams from an external device concerning a staircase time
(base value 100 ms) are received via the 2 Byte communication object „Staircase timer variable“.
When the staircase timer is running it is possible to change the brightness by a relative dimming telegram.
Switching
Communication objects
Switching telegrams (0/1) are received via the1 Bit communication
object „Switching“ and transformed into switching states (ON/OFF).
The communication objects listed below always apply to one channel.
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The dimming methode used for the Roombox applies to DALI
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The staircase timer and the switching object are connected
with logical OR function.
Dimming
Telegrams concerning dimming values (0-100 %) are received via the
4 Bit communication object „Dimming“ and transformed into value
states.
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Set value
Staircase timer function
Value telegrams are received via the 1 Byte communication object
„Set value“ and transformed to switching states (light value: 80 %
brightness).
The settings at [Staircase timer] parameterise the duration of the
staircase time for the dimming channel.
Status feedback „switching“
The reading-back of the switching state is done by the 1 Bit communication object „Status feedback switching“.
1
A
Status feedback „value“
The reading-back of the value state is done by the 1 Byte communication object „Status feedback Value“.
B
Time functions
C
1
ON delay
ON delay: After receiving an On telegram, the ON delay delays the
switching of the output from "closed" to "opened". A light is thus not
switched-on immediately, for example, but only once the delay time
set in the parameters has passed.
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The ON delay has a direct effect on the following functions:
- Switching
- Dimming
- Value dimming
- Staircase timer
B
1
A
A Telegram value
B State: Dimming
1 Switching time ton
OFF delay
After receiving an Off telegram, the OFF delay delays the switching of
the output from "opened" to "closed". A light is thus not switched-off
immediately, for example, but only once the delay time set in the parameters has passed.
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The OFF delay has a direct effect on the following functions:
- Switching
- Dimming
- Value dimming
A
B
C
1
Telegram value
Relay state: opened
Relay state: closed
Staircase timer
When a telegram is received, the switch output switches to the "opened" state and the delay time set at [Staircase timer] is started. If the
output of the actuator is brought into a new switching position by a
function with a higher priority while the staircase timer is running, the
switch output is immediately switched to this position without delay.
When the delay time has passed, the switch output switches back to
the "opened" state. If the staircase timer function is set (value greater
than 0 s), the channel only operates as a staircase timer. If the staircase function is not set, the dimming function is automatically active
and the device will switch on when receiving an ON telegram of object
„Staircase timer fix“ and switch off when receiving an OFF telegram.
Dimming function and staircase timer function may both be active simultaneously.
Staircase timer, retriggerable and adding
If the communication objects "Staircase timer fix" receives a new telegram with the same object value while a staircase timer is running, the
reaction of the function depends on your setting at [Staircase timer,
retriggerable and adding]:
With Yes: After a new telegram or multiple telegrams with the object
value "1" are received, the staircase lighing time is added to the
present staircase lighing time. The number of additions is fixed to a
maximum of five staircase lighing times. You can add the staircase
lighing time, for instance, by pressing a separate push-button multiple
times.
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If [ON delay] is greater than [Auto-OFF time] the staircase
timer function is always OFF!
B
C
B
1
t
1
1
A
0
A
1
1
max. 5x
1
t
A Telegram value
B State: Dimming
1 Switching time toff
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A
B
C
1
Telegram value
Relay state: opened
Relay state: closed
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With No: The repeated actuation of the switch does not have any effect on the active delay time.
C
1
t
1
A
1
The parameter is defined here for the time during which the actuator
monitors the bus for telegrams.
If via communication objects „Switching“, „Dimming“, „Set Value“ or
„Staircase time“no update occurs within the given time the output adopts the state defined within [Value if failure in cyclical monitoring
sensor signal]. An invalid value disables this function.
Cyclical sending
Time period when the functional block will force propagation of the
output value to the bus . On restart the value will be send immediately.
The higher the set time, the lower the bus load.
1
t
A
B
C
1
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal
Delay time for status feedback
Telegram value
Switching
Dimming
Staircase timer
The parameter value is defined here for the time delay after which the
status feedback telegram is sent. The higher the set time, the lower
the bus load.
Staircase timer function with manual Off
If the communication objects „Staircase timer fix“ receives a new telegram with the object value "0" while a staircase timer is running, the
reaction of the switching channel depends on the settings at [Staircase timer function with manual OFF] (0 telegram)":
With Yes: After receiving an 0 telegram, the output is immediately
switched to the "closed" state. In this case, an active OFF delay is applied according to the setting.
C
B
t
1
2
A
0
1
t
A
B
C
1
2
Telegram value
Relay state: opened
Relay state: closed
Staircase timer
Staircase timer end (after manual Off command)
With No: An 0 telegram has no effect. The set staircase timer continues to run normally until the end. An OFF delay cannot be set.
If setting the parameter „Staircase timer“ to value "0" the device will
switch on when receiving an ON telegram of object „Staircase timer
fix“ and switch off when receiving an OFF telegram.
C
1
A
1
t
0
t
A
B
C
1
Telegram value
Switching
Dimming
Staircase timer
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Initalisation settings
Priorities
The parameter values defined here apply to the Power-On state or after a reset of the Roombox.
4
Lock
3
Priority control
2
Cyclical monitoring
1
Switching, Dimming
Initial value of switching/value object
Defined value for the communication objects „Switching“ and „Value“.
With No action: The output stays in an unchanged mode.
With Fixed value: The output adopts the value parameterised here.
If in addition a „staircase timer“ value is set the output will switch after
the configured time.
Initial value of priority control object
Defined value for the communication objects „Priority control“.
With No action: No action is triggered.
With Fixed value: The output adopts the value parameterised here
and the priority control is automatically activated.
Initial value of lock object
Defined value for the communication objects „Lock“.
With Deactivated: Nothing happens.
With Activated: The values set at [Lock functions] are adopted.
Value when missing the cyclical sensor signal
This parameterises the value that is transmitted on the output when
the cyclical update sensor signal is missing. As soon as a value greater than 0 % (ON, OFF, Fixed value) is selected, the function is automatically activated and the output adopts the set value. This function
is deactivated by default.
Priority control
With regard to the switching behaviour of an actuator, the higher-level
functions take precedence over the switching function, staircase timer function and time delays. If a higher priority function is active,
changes to the switch object no longer affect the relay output. The
status of the switch output remains in the position which was preset
by the higher priority function. Higher priority functions are carried out
without a delay i.e. delay periods are not taken into account when
switching to a higher priority level.
Two higher priority functions are available: the lock function and the
priority control function.
The priority control function has a lower priority than the lock function.
Each channel has a higher priority object for each higher priority function (priority control or lock object), which is activated via parameters.
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When switching between the functions, the parameter settings
and communication objects of these functions are modified by
the ETS program. Linked group addresses are deleted. For this
reason, the function should be defined first.
High priority
Low priority
Priority group 1:
Within priority group 1, all functions have an equivalent status, i.e.
they can be overwritten by other functions (2-4). A function which is
currently active is ended when a new control telegram with the same
priority is received.
New settings for the time functions act in the same way as an update
for the communication objects "Switching“ or „Dimming" of an output
channel in relation to the specification of the priority.
Priority group 2:
If cyclical monitoring is activated, the output is controlled according to
setting made at [Cyclical monitoring sensor signal]. The function
values for priority group 1 are overwritten and are no longer forwarded
to the output as long as the higher priority function is active. However,
all functions in priority group 1 are still calculated and updated in the
background.
Priority group 3:
The priority controll function with the priority level 3 overrides all other
functions with lower priority. The functions of priority levels 1 and 2 are
still evaluated in the background here, however, so that after the disable function has been deactivated, the output can be set to the currently required value or can assume a status for which the parameters
have been set. You can determine the reaction of an output after deactivation of priority control via the parameter [Status of output after
deactivating priority control].
Priority group 4:
The lock function with the highest priority level 4 overrides all other
functions. You can also determine this output behaviour either via the
parameter [Behaviour at the start of the lock] or [Behaviour at
the end of the locking].
Status of output after deactivating priority control
Value the output adopts after an override release message.
With No action: After deactivating the priority control the output follows the lower priority function.
With Hold value: Output value leaved unchanged.
With Fixed value: The output adopts the value parameterised here.
Behaviour at the start of the lock
What is to happen with an active lock is parameterised here.
With No action: An activated lock function triggers no action.
With Hold value: Output value leaved unchanged.
With Fixed value: The output assumes the parameter value set here.
Behaviour at the end of the locking
What is to happen after the end of the lock is parameterised here.
With No action: After the end of the locking the output follows the lower priority function.
With Hold value: Output value leaved unchanged.
With Fixed value: The output assumes the parameter value set here.
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Minimum dimming value
Dimming functions
The parameter is defined here for the total duration of the dimming
process (from 0-100 % or vice versa).
The time parameter set here has an effect on the dimming speed.
The lower dimming value parameter set here cannot be fallen short of.
Example: (lower dimming value = 10 %, upper dimming value = 90 %
Dim brighter telegram with a step width of 25 % => output value:
75 %. New nominal value: 75 % + 25 % = 93,75 % = 90 %
Dim darker telegram with a step width of 25 % => current value: 20 %.
New nominal value: 20 % - 25 % = 15 %
Cross-fading times
Maximum dimming value
Total dimming time
The time parameter is defined here that is required by the output to
reach the desired dimming value.
The can select the dimming time for three different scenarios:
– 1x for switching on
– 1x for switching off
– 1x for switching between two values (e.g. from 30 to 60 %).
The upper dimming value parameter set here cannot be exceeded.
Activation is only practical if the default lamp value is not sufficient.
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Example: Function without cross-fading value
The technically feasible 100 % luminosity of the lamp is frequently not defined in the parameter. A smaller value is set
instead. That increases the lamp's service life, since it never
lights up at maximum luminosity.
A
D
100 %
A
100 %
B
B
C
C
0%
1
A
B
C
D
1
2
2
2
2
Dimming value
Value for light 1
Value for light 2
Value for light 3
Retrieval of value
Value reached
E
10 %
D
A Status: On = Maximum possible brightness 100 % of the
lamp
B Parameterised brightness 100 % = 90 % of the lamp
C Parameterised brightness range of the lamp
D Technically feasible brightness range of the lamp
Example: Function with cross-fading value
A
C
100 %
0%
E Status: Off
Switch ON via relative dimming
B
D
0
1
A
B
C
D
1
2
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t
Dimming value
Value for light 1
Value for light 2
Value for light 3
Retrieval of value
Value reached
The set cross-fading value must be greater than 1 s and may
not be smaller than any set ON and OFF delays with the individual output channels. If that is not the case, the set cross-fading
value will be ignored and the dimming curve will be executed
normally.
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The parameter value is set defining whether switching on is possible
via relative dimming or not.
You can use the 4 bit dimming telegram (relative dimming) to dim the
output brighter or darker relative to its current value. The step width of
the brightness change and the dimming direction are determined by
the telegram value.
Telegrams for the "Relative dimming" function are received via the
"Dimming object".
After a relative dimming telegram has been received, a new nominal
value is calculated from the current value, the received dimming direction and the received step width.
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The "lower dimming value" and "upper dimming value" limit values must not be exceeded or fallen short of with relative dimming.
With Yes: Switching on the output channel via relative dimming telegrams is possible.
With No: Switching on the output channel via relative dimming telegrams is not possible.
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Switch OFF via relative dimming
The parameter setting is defined here as to whether switching off is
possible via relative dimming or not.
With Yes: The output channel can only be switched-off by relative
dimming telegrams. If it is switched-on and the nominal value falls
short of the minimum dimming value via relative dimming telegrams,
the output is switched-off.
With No: The output channel cannot be switched-off by relative dimming telegrams. If it is switched-on and the nominal value falls short
of the minimum dimming value via relative dimming telegrams, the
output remains switched-on at the minimum dimming value.
Dimming channel: Time functions
Parameter
Setting
ON delay
(0-65535 s) 0
OFF delay
(0-65535 s) 0
Staircase time
(0-65535 s) 0
Staircase timer, retriggerable and
adding
No
Staircase timer with manual OFF
function
No
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal
(0-65535 s) 0
Yes
Yes
Switch OFF power to EB
Cyclical sending
(0-65535 s) 0
The parameter setting is defined here as to whether switching off the
EB (electronic balast) power supply is additionaly possible or not.
With Yes: The EB power supply can be switched-off additionaly to the
lamps.
With No: The EB power supply can‘t be switched-off additionaly to
the lamps.
Delay time for status feedback
(0-65535 ms) 0
Dimming channel:
Initialisation settings
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To avoid unnecessary power consumption during the standby
mode, you also should switch OFF the EBs, if the lamps are not
in use for a longer time.
This parameterises the behaviour of the output when a swich ON telegram is received.
With No action: A received switch ON telegram triggers no action.
With Maximum: The output switches to the maximum value.
With Memory: The last stored light value is adopted.
With Fixed value: A fixed value can be adopted.
Overview of the dimming channel
parameters
Dimming channel
Dimming channel
Setting
Initial value for switching/value object Off/On
(0-100 %) 0
Initial value of priority control object
No action
Fixed value
Initial value of disabling object
Output at switch ON
Area
Parameter
Deactivated
Activated
Value when missing the cyclical
sensor signal
Deactivated
Activated
Dimming channel: Priority control
Parameter
Setting
Behaviour of the output after activation No action
of manual override
Hold value
Fixed value
Behaviour at the start of the lock
Hold value
Fixed value 0
Behaviour at the end of the locking
No action
Function
Hold value
Time functions
Fixed value
Initialisation settings
Priority control
Dimming functions
Dimming channel:
Dimming functions
Parameter
Setting
Total dimming time
(0 6553.5 s) 4
Cross-fading times
(0-6553.5 s) 0 0 0
Minimum dimming value
(0-100 %) 5
Maximum dimming value
(0-100 %) 100
Switch ON via relative dimming
No
Yes
Switch OFF via relative dimming
No
Yes
Switch OFF power to EB
No
Yes
Output at switch ON
No action
Maximum
Memory
Fixed value
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Table of contents
Communication objects
HVAC control.................................................. 33
Switching channel ......................................... 33
Communication objects ............................... 33
The communication objects listed below always apply to one channel.
Time functions ............................................... 34
Function
Switching channel ....................................................33
ON delay .................................................................34
OFF delay ................................................................34
Staircase timer function ...........................................34
Staircase timer, retriggerable and adding .................34
Staircase lighting function with manual OFF .............35
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal .............................35
Cyclical sending ...................................................... 35
Delay time for status feedback .................................35
Initialisation settings ..................................... 36
Initial value of switching object .................................36
Initial value of of priority control object ......................36
Initial value of lock object..........................................36
Value when missing the cyclical sensor signal..........36
Priority control ............................................... 36
Priorities ..................................................................36
Status of output after deactivating priority control......36
Behaviour at the start of the lock ..............................36
Behaviour at the end of the locking ..........................36
Overview of the switching channel
parameters .................................................... 37
Switching channel (HVAC/Light)
Object name
Switching channel X, Lock
receives
Priority control
DPT
Length
1.003
1 Bit
Staircase timer fix
Staircase timer variable
2.002
2 Bit
1.001
1 Bit
7.004
2 Byte
Switching
1.001
1 Bit
1.001
1 Bit
Switching channel X,
sends
Status feedback switching
Lock
Switching telegrams (0/1) are received via the 1 Bit communication
object „Lock“ to activate or deactivate a lock function. The lock object
has got the highest priority. The functionality of the selected switch
actuator channel can be deactivated with the help of the lock object.
Telegrams via the switching object or status changes from the logic/
priority function are no longer converted into switching commands at
the output when the disable function is activated.
Priority control
Switching telegrams (0/1) are received via the 2 Bit communication
object „Priority control“, to switch the channel to high priority switching states (opened/closed). If the 2 bit priority control object receives a telegram whose first Bit (Bit 1) has the value ON "1", the priority
control function is active. In this case, the switch actuator switches to
the state that was defined by the second Bit (Bit 0) of the telegram.
Bit 1 Bit 0 Function
HVAC control
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HVAC is controlled exclusively via a room temperature control
unit. Only the group addresses must be connected via the plugin, so that the connected valve drive can implement the telegrams of the controller. Parameterisation via the plug-in is not
intended.
If you need another light function (only switching) instead of
HVAC, then the parameter settings for the switching channel
are valid.
Switching channel
Switching channel
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With the switching channel, a distinction is made, depending
on the ORB type, between HVAC control and light control.
The switching channel can only switch the light (on/off).
1
1
Switched-on with priority (output actuated)
1
0
Switched-off with priority (output not actuated)
0
1
Priority control function not active (output behaves according to parameter "Behaviour after priority")
0
0
Priority control function not active (output behaves according to parameter "Behaviour after priority")
Staircase timer fix
Telegrams for a staircase time are received via the1 Bit communication object „Staircase timer fix“. Only the staircase timer fix has got the
adding function.
Staircase timer variable
Telegrams from an external device concerning a staircase time
(base value 100 ms) are received via the 2 Byte communication object „Staircase timer variable“.
Switching
Switching telegrams (0/1) are received via the1 Bit communication
objects „Switching“ and transformed into switching states (On/Off).
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The staircase timer and the switching object are connected
with logical OR function.
Status feedback „switching“
The reading-back of the switching state is done by the 1 Bit communication object „Status feedback switching“.
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Staircase timer function
Time functions
The parameter setting is defined here for the duration of the staircase
lighting function (staircase timer).
ON delay
ON delay: After receiving an On telegram, the ON delay delays the
switching of the output from "closed" to "opened". A light is thus not
switched-on immediately, for example, but only once the delay time
set in the parameters has passed.
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A
The ON delay has a direct effect on the following functions:
- Switching
- Dimming
- Value dimming
- Staircase timer
t
B
C
B
A
B
C
1
A
A Telegram value
B State: Switching
1 Switching time ton
OFF delay
After receiving an Off telegram, the OFF delay delays the switching of
the output from "opened" to "closed". A light is thus not switched-off
immediately, for example, but only once the delay time set in the parameters has passed.
The OFF delay has a direct effect on the following functions:
- Switching
- Dimming
- Value dimming
B
1
A
t
1
1
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1
0
Telegram value
Relay state: opened
Relay state: closed
Staircase timer
When a telegram is received, the switch output switches to the "opened" state and the delay time set in the parameter is started. If the output of the actuator is brought into a new switching position by a
function with a higher priority while the staircase timer is running, the
switch output is immediately switched to this position without delay.
When the delay time has passed, the switch output switches back to
the "closed" state. If the staircase lighting function is set, the channel
only operates as a staircase timer. If the staircase lighting function is
not set, the switch function is automatically active. Switch function
and staircase lighting function may both be active simultaneously.
Staircase timer, retriggerable and adding
This function only seperates between „retriggerable and adding“.
If the "staircase lighting object" receives a new telegram with the
same object value while a staircase timer is running, the reaction of
the function depends on your setting for the "staircase timer" parameter:
With Yes: After a new telegram or multiple telegrams with the object
value "1" are received, the staircase lighing time is added to the present staircase lighing time. The number of additions can be set. The
number of additions is set to a maximum of five staircase lighing
times. You can add the staircase lighing time, for instance, by pressing a separate push-button multiple times.
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If [ON delay] is greater than [Auto-OFF time] the staircase
timer function is always OFF!
B
A Telegram value
B State: Switching
1 Switching time toff
C
1
t
1
A
1
1
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1
t
A
B
C
1
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Telegram value
Relay state: opened
Relay state: closed
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With Not retrigger: The repeated actuation of the switch does not
have any effect on the active delay time.
B
1
t
1
Time period when the functional block will force propagation of the
output value to the bus . On restart the value will be send immediately.
The higher the set time, the lower the bus load.
1
Delay time for status feedback
t
A
B
C
1
The parameter is defined here for the time during which the actuator
monitors the bus for telegrams.
If via communication objects „Switching“, or „Staircase time“ no update occurs within the given time the output adopts the state defined
within [Value if failure in cyclical monitoring sensor signal]. An
invalid value disables this function.
Cyclical sending
1
A
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal
Telegram value
Switching
Dimming
Staircase timer
The parameter value is defined here for the time delay after which the
status feedback telegram is sent. The higher the time is set, the lower
the bus load.
Staircase timer function with manual Off
If the „staircase timer fix“ object receives a new telegram with the object value "0" while a staircase timer is running, the reaction of the
switching channel depends on the parameter setting for the "staircase lighting function with manual Off (0 telegram)":
With Yes: After receiving an Off telegram, the output is immediately
switched to the "closed" state. In this case, an active OFF delay is applied according to your setting.
C
B
1
t
2
1
A
0
t
A
B
C
1
2
Telegram value
Relay state: opened
Relay state: closed
Staircase timer
Staircase timer end (after manual Off command)
With No: An Off telegram has no effect. The set staircase timer continues to run normally until the end. An OFF delay cannot be set.
When setting the parameter „Staircase timer“ to value "0" the device
will switch on when receiving an ON telegram of object „Staircase timer fix“ and switch off when receiving an OFF telegram.
B
1
A
1
t
0
t
A
B
C
1
Telegram value
Switching
Dimming
Staircase timer
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Initalisation settings
Priorities
The parameter values defined here apply to the Power-On state or after a reset of the Roombox.
4
Lock
3
Priority control
2
Cyclical monitoring
1
Switching, Dimming
Initial value of switching
Defined value for the communication objects „Switching“.
With No action: Nothing happens.
With OFF: The output staysin the OFF mode.
With ON: The output is stays in the ON mode.
Initial value of priority control object
Defined value for the communication objects „Priority control“.
With No action: Nothing happens.
With OFF: The output staysin the OFF mode.
With ON: The output is stays in the ON mode.
Initial value of lock object
Defined value for the communication objects „Lock“.
With Deactivated: Nothing happens.
With Activated: The values set at [Lock functions] are adopted.
Value when missing the cyclical sensor signal
This parameterises the value that is transmitted on the output when
the cyclical update sensor signal is missing. As soon as a value greater than 0 % (ON or OFF) is selected, the function is automatically
activated and the output adopts the set value. This function is deactivated (= no action) by default.
With No action: Nothing happens.
With OFF: The output staysin the OFF mode.
With ON: The output is stays in the ON mode.
Priority control
With regard to the switching behaviour of an actuator, the higher-level
functions take precedence over the switching function, staircase timer function and time delays. If a higher priority function is active,
changes to the switch object no longer affect the relay output. The
status of the switch output remains in the position which was preset
by the higher priority function. Higher priority functions are carried out
without a delay i.e. delay periods are not taken into account when
switching to a higher priority level.
Two higher priority functions are available: the lock function and the
priority control function.
The priority control function has a lower priority than the lock function.
Each channel has a higher priority object for each higher priority function (priority control or lock object), which is activated via parameters.
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When switching between the functions, the parameter settings
and communication objects of these functions are modified by
the ETS program. Linked group addresses are deleted. For this
reason, the function should be defined first.
High priority
Low priority
Priority group 1:
Within priority group 1, all functions have an equivalent status, i.e.
they can be overwritten by other functions (2-4). A function which is
currently active is ended when a new control telegram with the same
priority is received.
New settings for the time functions act in the same way as an update
for the communication objects "Switching“ or „Dimming" of an output
channel in relation to the specification of the priority.
Priority group 2:
If cyclical monitoring is activated, the output is controlled according to
setting made at [Cyclical monitoring sensor signal]. The function
values for priority group 1 are overwritten and are no longer forwarded
to the output as long as the higher priority function is active. However,
all functions in priority group 1 are still calculated and updated in the
background.
Priority group 3:
The priority controll function with the priority level 3 overrides all other
functions with lower priority. The functions of priority levels 1 and 2 are
still evaluated in the background here, however, so that after the disable function has been deactivated, the output can be set to the currently required value or can assume a status for which the parameters
have been set. You can determine the reaction of an output after deactivation of priority control via the parameter [Status of output after
deactivating priority control].
Priority group 4:
The lock function with the highest priority level 4 overrides all other
functions. You can also determine this output behaviour either via the
parameter [Behaviour at the start of the lock] or [Behaviour at
the end of the locking].
Status of output after deactivating priority control
Value the output adopts after an override release message.
With No action: After deactivating the priority control the output follows the lower priority function.
With Hold value: Output value leaved unchanged.
With OFF: The output is switched-off.
With ON: The output is switched-on.
Behaviour at the start of the lock
What is to happen with an active lock is parameterised here.
With No action: An activated lock function triggers no action.
With Hold value: Output value leaved unchanged.
With OFF: The output is switched-off.
With ON: The output is switched-on.
Behaviour at the end of the locking
What is to happen after the end of the lock is parameterised here.
With No action: After the end of the locking the output follows the lower priority function.
With Hold value: Output value leaved unchanged.
With OFF: The output is switched-off.
With ON: The output is switched-on.
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Overview of the switching channel
parameters
Switching channel
Area
Function
Switching channel
Time functions
Initialisation settings
Priority control
Switching channel: Time functions
Parameter
Setting
ON delay
(0-6553.5 s) 0
OFF delay
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Staircase timer
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Staircase timer, retriggerable and
adding
No
Yes
Staircase timer with manual OFF func- No
tion
Yes
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Cyclical sending
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Delay time for status feedback
(0-65535 ms) 0
Switching channel:
Initialisation settings
Parameter
Setting
Initial value for switching/value object No action
OFF
ON
Initial value of priority control object
No action
OFF
ON
Initial value of disabling object
Deactivated
Activated
Value when missing the cyclical
sensor signal
No action
OFF
ON
Switching channel:
Priority control
Parameter
Setting
Behaviour of the output after activation No action
of manual override
Hold value
OFF
ON
Behaviour at the start of the lock
No action
Hold value
OFF
ON
Behaviour at the end of the locking
No action
Hold value
OFF
ON
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Table of contents
Scene module....................................................... 39
Communication objects ....................................... 39
Scene module ................................................................... 39
General functions .................................................. 40
Overwrite scene values during download .......................... 40
Scene ..................................................................... 40
Scene number. .................................................................. 40
Scene value for output channel 1....................................... 40
Scene value for output channel 2....................................... 40
Scene value for output channel 3....................................... 40
Scene value blind rotation.................................................. 40
Scene value temperature................................................... 40
Scene value presence ...................................................... 40
Overview of the scene module parameters ....... 41
Scene module
Each zone is equipped with its own scene module,
which enables you to store up to 20 scenes permanently (8x learnable, 12x fixed). The stored scenes can be
overwritten any time.
The scene function can be used when room functions for different utilities (e.g. lighting, heating, roller shutters) need to be changed simultaneously with a push-button action or an operating command.
Retrieving a scene allows you, for example, to switch or dim the room
lighting to a desired value, move the blinds into a desired position,
turn the slats and switch the heating control to daytime operation.
Example:
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The scene module is controlled via the scene number object (1 Byte),
by which scenes can be recalled and saved. For each scene you
specify the scene number which the scene should be recalled with.
By the default settings Scene 1 is recalled with scene number 0,
Scene 2 with scene number 1, etc.
For each scene you also specify the values which should be sent on
the six scene output channels when the scene is recalled. The first
three channels has two objects each, one 1 Bit and one 1 Byte, so
that both switch or dimming channels can be controlled. Channel 4 is
dedicated for blind control, channel 5 for temperature and channel 6
for presence.
In parallel to the output objects, some of the scene output channels are connected via an internal fixed connection (not removable) to the zone channels (e.g [A1], [A2]). This depends on the
Roombox type (see function overview in the beginning of the
manual).
The values for the first three scene output channels can be changed
for each scene via the bus without ETS. For this reason the scene
module has got three feedback channels, which corresponds to the
first three output channels. These objects should be linked to the status feedback switch or status feedback value of the actuator channels. After setting the actuators in the desired state, the save
procedure is done by sending a value of [scene number]+128 to the
scene number object. A push-button configurated for scene control
normally adds 128 to the scene number automatically by long press.
The values of the feedback objects will be stored for the scene
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Communication objects
The communication objects listed below always apply to one zone.
Scene module
Function
Object name
DPT
Length
Scene module X,
receives
Scene number
18.001
1 Byte
Scene number offset
18.001
1 Byte
Feedback save switching 1
1.001
1 Bit
Feedback save value 1
5.001
1 Byte
Feedback save switching 2
1.001
1 Bit
Feedback save value 2
5.001
1 Byte
Feedback save switching 3
1.001
1 Bit
Feedback save value 3
5.001
1 Byte
Status feedback
scene number
18.001
1 Byte
Switching 1
1.001
1 Bit
Value 1
5.001
1 Byte
Switching 2
1.001
1 Bit
1
Scene module X,
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Roombox
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1 "Presence" scene: light on, room temperature 20 °C and
blind up 90 %.
2 "Energy-saving mode" scene: light off, room temperature
reduced to 15 °C and blind down 100 %.
The telegrams of these functions may not only have different formats,
but also identical values with a different meaning (e.g. "0" for lighting
= Off and for blind = Open). Without the scene functions, you need to
send a separate telegram to each actuator in order to achieve the
same setting.
All of the functions and settings described below are the same for all
scenes. Scene no. 1 is therefore described as an example.
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Value 2
5.001
1 Byte
Switching 3
1.001
1 Bit
Value 3
5.001
1 Byte
Blind position height
5.001
1 Byte
Blind slat rotation
8.011
2 Byte
Temperature value
9.001
2 Byte
Presence
1.018
1 Bit
Scene number
Via the 1 Byte „Scene number“ object telegrams for recalling and saving scenes (1-20).
Make sure that you always assign clear scene numbers for this
device, e.g. no scene number should be assigned more than
once.
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Scene offset
The scene offset value is added to the origine scene number via the
1 Byte communication object „Scene offset“. The result is the actual
used scene number.
Example: In the morning, scene no. 1 is called up and performed by
pushing a button. The offset in this case = 0.
In the evening, scene no. 2 is sent to the scene offset input via a time
switch. When the button with scene 1 is pushed again, the scene is
added to the scene offset value (1 + 2 = 3) and scene no. 3 is performed.
Feedback „save switching“
The switching states received by the 1 Bit communication object
"Feedback save switching" will be stored for the corresponding
scene output objects "Switching" when a "save scene" command is
triggered (the function is not confirmed).
Feedback „save value“
The values received by the 1 Byte communication object "Feedback
save value" will be stored for the corresponding scene output objects
"Value" when a "save scene" command is triggered.
Status feedback „scene number“
The reading-back of the last activated scene number (including
scene offset) is done by the 1 Byte communication object „status
feedback scene number“.
Switching
Telegrams for switching states (0 or 1) for the desired scene output
channels 1-3 are transmitted via the 1 Bit communication object
„Switching“.
Value
Telegrams for values (0-100 %) for the desired scene output channels 1-3 are transmitted via the 1 Byte communication object „Value“.
Blind position height
The 1 Byte "blind position height" object transmits the desired height
position of the blind or roller shutter (0-100 %).
Blind slat rotation
The 2 Byte “slat rotation“ object transmits the desired slat angle position
(-180°...+180°) for the corresponding scene.
Temperature value
The 2 Byte temperature object transmits the desired temperature value (-273...327 °C) for the corresponding scene.
Presence
Scene
Scene number
You assign a unique number (1-63) which adresses the scene.
Scene value for output channel 1
The value is adopted by the output channel 1 (e. g. [A1]) via an internal fixed connection in case the channel is a switching or dimming
channel. The value is also transmitted on both the corresponding
switching and value objects (depending on the channel type).
With No action: After a scene is called no action is triggered.
With Fixed value: The switch or value object transfers the value parameterised here.
Scene value for output channel 2
The value is adopted by the output channel 2 (e. g. [A2]) via an internal fixed connection and is also transmitted on both the corresponding switching and value objects.
With No action: No action is triggered.
With Fixed value: The corresponding communication objects transfers the value parameterised here. For the switching output any value
greater then 0 is interpreted as 1.
Scene value for output channel 3
The value entered here is transmitted on both the corresponding switching and value objects.
With No action: No action is triggered.
With Fixed value: The corresponding communication objects transfers the value parameterised here. For the switching output any value
greater than 0 is interpreted as 1.
Scene value blind rotation
The values for height position and slat rotation is adopted (via internal
fixed connection) by the blind channel (e.g. [A1]) if present. The values are also sent by the communication objects „Blind position
height“ and „Blind slat rotation“.
With No telegramm: No telegram is sent.
With Fixed value: The value object transfers the value parameterised
here.
Scene value temperature
A temperature value is entered for the scene here. 327.67 °C is set as
the default value so that no temperature value is transferred.
Scene value and presence
This parameterises values, that are transmited via the presence object when a scene is recalled.
With No telegramm: No value is transmitted.
With Presence: 1 is transmitted.
With Absence: 0 is transmitted.
The 1 Bit (0/1) presence object is transmitted as configured at
[Scene value presence].
General functions
Overwrite scene values during download
You can use this parameter to define whether an activated scene can
be overwritten with a new value by ETS download.
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Overview of the scene module
parameters
Scene module]
Area
Function
Scene module
General functions
Scene 1-20
Scene module: General functions
Parameter
Setting
Overwrite scene values during
download
No
Yes
Scene module: Scene 1
Parameter
Setting
Scene number
(0-63) 0
Scene for output channel 1
No action
Fixed value - -
Scene for output channel 2
No action
Fixed value - -
Scene for output channel 3
No action
Fixed value - -
Scene value blind rotation
No action
Scene value temperature
(-273.17...+327.67 ° C) 327.67
Scene value presence
No action
Fixed value - -
Presence
Absence
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Brightness controller........................................... 43
Calibration mode .............................................................. 43
Light band 1and 2.............................................................. 43
Communication objects ...................................... 44
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Staircase timer .................................................................. 45
Setpoint brightness............................................................ 45
Maximum setpoint ............................................................. 45
Maximum dimming step..................................................... 45
Setpoint adjustment dimming step..................................... 45
Light-band 1: Value when controller is switched-off .......... 45
Light-band 2: Value when controller is switched-off .......... 45
Hysteresis ......................................................................... 45
Delay time upper brightness limit....................................... 45
Delay time lower brightness limit........................................ 45
Initialisiation setting ........................................................... 45
Artifical light factor ............................................................ 45
Maximum difference Light-band 1 and 2............................ 46
Behaviour at movement detection ..................................... 46
Parameter: Time functions ................................... 46
Minimum send time ........................................................... 46
Cyclical sending ................................................................ 46
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal ...................................... 46
Fade time unoccupied ....................................................... 46
Presence sensor ................................................... 46
Detection delay.................................................................. 46
Initialisiation settings.......................................................... 46
Overview of the brightness
controller parameters ........................................... 47
Brightness controller
The brightness controller is a non-linear state controller (fuzzy-based),
that can be used for both regulation (based on room brightness measurements) and control (by using an outdoor light sensor or measurements focused on a window). It allows several light panels to be
controlled in accordance with the daylight. The constant measurement of light conditions in the room and the automatic control depending on this measurement allows to work comfortably without loss of
light. The presence detector switches off when no presence is detected.
When the controller is activated the lighting is switched-on with a
brightness close to the desired value parameterised at [Setpoint
brightness]. Cold light sources can result in an initially lower starting
brightness in the room. This is intentionally accepted to take account
of the subjective perception of the user. This behaviour avoids the
user having the (subjective) impression that it is too dark in a situation
where dimming is normally required (when the warm-up phase is finished).
The parameter [Artifical light factor] defines the artifical light component (lamps) of the meassured brightness value. When the controller is switched-on the output value is calculated as the value of
artifical light requiered to reach the setpiont. Thus the ratio of brightness setpoint to delta on the reference mapped to the internal logarithmic curve leads to the calculated output value. When using the
setpoint adjustment the behaviour is like this: After switching on and after a setpoint change, the controller maintains the value for 30 s as the
preset time, so that the lamps can reach the operating temperature or
the light sensor can transmit the new brightness value, before it starts
the regulation. If the lamps are switched-off and on again during this
time (30 s) they are switched-on with the same brightness.
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FirstLampValue
SecondLampValue
OffDelay
OnDelay
Calibration mode
1 Completely fit out the room (if possible) to avoid problems
through changing reflection conditions after removal. As the sensor is not directly spotted to the reference surface the best results
are archived if the complete room is provided with light (e.g. lightband and no spot light).
2 For the calibration of the light sensor make sure that the parameter [Actual value correction] is set to 1 1 (default value), [Cyclical sending] is enabled (e.g. 10 s) and that the communication
objects "Current brightness value" is associated with a group
address.
3 Place a lux meter close to the reference point and enable the „bus
monitor“ of ETS. Now illuminate the room close to the desired
brightness setpoint. Write the value measured by lux meter to
[Value surface reference], the value on KNX has to be entered
to [Value ceiling sensor].
4 If the Light-band 2 is used, the maximum difference between both
regulating units can be adapted. For this adjust manually [Maximum difference light-band 1 and 2] (preferably at cloudy weather) so that after switching on the brightness controller the
brightness difference measured with a lux meter below the two
lighting groups is as small as possible. Download the parameter.
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In most use cases the previously documented procedure is sufficient for commissioning of the controller and a calibration of
the controller is not required (step 3 + 4), since the default
settings already achieve good results. However, if there should
be any need for further optimization of the control, please follow
the next steps.
5 To compensate the light sensor‘s different sensitivity for day and
artificial light, the “artificial light factor” has to be corrected.
To do this, the brightness change on the reference surface
caused by artificial light and the associated change measured by
the light sensor on the ceiling must be determined. Proceed as
follows: Remove the daylight source (if possible) and switch-on
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After a warm-up time for the lighting (brightness remains constant), measure the brightness on the reference surface with a lux
meter and note the output value of the sensor given by [Current
brightness value]. Then switch off the lights and measure both
values again. Enter the change (difference) of the brightness value on the reference surface into [Delta reference surface] and
the change of the brightness at the light sensor into [Delta ceiling sensor].
In weather situations with different levels of daylight diffusion, the
actual value of the reference surface may differ from the internally
calculated value. If it is later determined that this causes the room
to tend to be too dark, then you can increase [Delta ceiling sensor] somewhat (and vice versa).
Light-band 1 and 2
The lighting band at the window side is controlled via the communication objects „Switching/Value light-band 1“, the floor side via the
communication objects „Switching/Value light-band 2“. The maximum difference that occurs when the light-band at the window is still
off can be set at [Maximum difference light-band 1 and 2]. The
second light-band is switched-on and off by the regulator.
The regulation speed is dynamically adjusted depending on the regulation deviation. This can be changed as required at [Maximum
dimming step] which defines the maximum step size within 1 s for
the output value of light-band 1. The step size for the second lightband is derived from this and may be larger.
Communication objects
The communication objects listed below always apply to one channel.
Brightness controller
Function
Object name
DPT
Brightness cont- Current brightness value (ext.) 9.004
roller X, receives Brightness control On/Off
1.001
Setpoint adjustment/dimming 3.007
Brightness controller X, sends
Length
2 Byte
1 Bit
4 Bit
Set value
5.001
1 Byte
Set point brightness
9.004
2 Byte
Presence trigger
1.001
1 Bit
Switching light-band 1
1.001
1 Bit
Value light-band 1
5.001
1 Byte
Switching light-band 2
1.001
1 Bit
Value light-band 2
5.001
1 Byte
Status feedback presence (int.) 1.001
the new setpoint value and regulation is reactivated.
Set value
1 Byte value telegrams regarding light values (0-100 %) are transmitted via the 1 Byte communication object „Set value“ to the controller.
The controller stops (controll = OFF) and the value is adopted by the
outputs. In order to continue the control again a switching command
(ON) from the push-button is necessary.
Setpoint brightness
The brightness controller receives the setpoint brightnes value
(0-65535 lx) via the 2 Byte communication object „Setpoint brightness value“.
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If a 0 value is set the current setpoint will not be overwritten.
Presence trigger
1 Bit (0/1) switching telegrams are received via the group telegram
„Presence trigger“ and transformed to switching states.
With a presence command (1) the controller will be activated. In case
of absence (0) the staircase timer will expire and the outputs are
switched to the parameterised off command.
Switching light-band1 and 2
Both, light-band 1 and 2 send telegrams about their switching state
via the 1 Bit communication object „switching“.
Value light-band1 and 2
Both, light-band 1 and 2 send telegrams about their value state via the
1 Byte communication object „set value“.
Light-band 2 is used as the floor side light band. It follows lightband 1
with a offset parameterised at [Maximum difference between lightband 1 and 2].
Status feedback presence (int.)
The reading-back of the presence states (0 or 1) is done by the 1 Bit
communication object „Status feedback presence“.
1 Bit
Current brightness value (ext.)
The brightness controller is able to receive the current external brightnes value (0-65535 lx) from other KNX devices (e. g weather station)
via the 2 Byte communication object „Current brightness value (ext.)“.
Brightness control On/Off
Switching telegrams (0/1) for switching on/off the controller are received via the 1 Bit communication object „Brightness control On/Off“.
If the controller is switched-on the outputs are set to the calculated
value and the daylight dependant brightness control starts. An OFF
command leads to the parameterised output value.
Setpoint adjustment/dimming
Telegrams for the setpoint adjustment (1-100 % upwards, stop,
1-100 % downwards) are received via the 4 Bit communication object
„Setpoint adjustment/dimming“.
The Dimming command allows manual dimming of the output values
with the time delays for this dimming process and the setpoint limit
parametrised. The brightness control is deactivated during this time.
Once the manual control is finished, the current brightness becomes
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Light band 2: Value when controller is switched-off
The settings made at [Delay time upper brightness limit] and at
[Delay time lower brightness limit] prevent the lamp from being
adjusted due to a brief excess or shortfall.
This is useful because the external light can suddenly decrease due
to temporary weather conditions (e.g. clouds) and return to its previous state within the configured delay time.
The delay time can thus prevent unnecessary switching operations.
This increases the lamp's service life, as it need not be continually
switched-on and off. The automatic switching can be deactivated by
setting the respective delay time to 0.
Hysteresis
The status of the controller output (floor) when the controller is switched-off is configured here:
With Hold value: The output value is not changed.
With Fixed Value: The output adopts the value configured here.
The hysteresis specifies the allowed percentage of exceeding or undercutting the parameterised setpoint.
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Brightness setpoint
Switching on threshold (B - F)
Brightness jump
Pause or measuring the brightness
Hysteresis
On delay
Off delay
Light: On
Light: Off
Staircase timer
This parameterises the time the status PRESENCE is hold, after a
presence detection.
Setpoint brightness
The brightness value that the light control should reach is set here.
The setpoint can be overwritten by the communication objects „setpoint brightness“. If the object value is 0 the internal parameter value
is active.
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If a 0 value is set the current setpoint will not be overwritten.
Maximum setpoint
Here you can configure the maximum setpoint that can be reached by
a setpoint adjustment via up/down or by an external setpoint specification.
Maximum dimming step
The maximum dimming step of the control for reaching the setpoint is
configured here.
Setpoint adjustment dimming step
This parameterises the number of dimming steps required to reach
the setpoint.
The dimming command allows manual dimming of the output values
with the time delays for this dimming process and the parametrised
setpoint limit . The brightness control is deactivated during this time.
Once the manual control is finished, [Setpoint brightness] adoptes
the new setpoint value and the automatic regulation is reactivated.
Light band 1: Value when controller is switched-off
The status of the controller output (window) when the controller is
switched-off is configured here.
With Hold value: The output value is not changed.
With Fixed Value: The output adopts the value configured here.
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The plug-in allows only a percentage value to be entered that is
valid for both oversteering and understeering. Values above
the brightness setpoint plus Hysteresis cause the controller to
switch off after the delay parameterised at [Delay time upper
brightness limit]. Values below the brigness setpoint minus
Hysteresis cause the controller to switch on after the delay parameterised at [Delay time lower brightness limit]. If you select the value "0", the the automatic switch OFF mode is
deactivated and you will have to switch off the lamp manually by
pushing the button.
Delay time upper brightness limit
This parameterises how long the upper brightness value must be exceeded in order for an action to be triggered.
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Depending on the weather, the parameterised upper brightness limit may be briefly exceeded (e.g. by strong sunlight) without a telegram being generated immediately. Only if it is
exceeded for a longer time and the delay time has expired a telegram is sent to the bus. If the brightness limit is undercut
again before the delay time expires, nothing happens.
Delay time lower brightness limit
This parameterises how long the lower brightness value must be undercut before the light is switched-on again.
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Depending on the weather, the parameterised lower brightness
limit may be briefly undercut (e.g. sun is masked by clouds) without a telegram being generated immediately. Only if it is undercut for a longer time and the delay time has expired a
telegram is sent to the bus. If the brightness limit is exceeded
again before the delay time expires, nothing happens.
Artifical light factor
This parameter defines the artificial light component of the measured
brightness value. Thus the sensitivity difference can be compensated
by using the artificial light factor. The output value when the controller
is switched-on is calculated depending on the value of artificial light
required to reach the setpoint. In order to put the parameter, the
brightness change on the reference surface caused by artificial light
and the associated change measured by the light sensor on the ceiling must be determined.
Proceed as follows:
1 Remove the daylight source (if possible) and switch-on all regulated light bands to the maximum value.
2 After a warm-up time for the lighting (brightness remains constant): measure the brightness on the reference surface with a lux
meter and note the output value of the brightness sensor.
3 After that switch-off the lights and measure both values again.
4 Enter the change (difference) of the brightness value on the reference surface into [Delta reference surface] and the change of
the brightness at the light sensor into [Delta ceiling sensor].
Initialisation setting
The settings made here apply to the first initialisation (Power-up) and
are brightness-dependent.
With OFF: The controller is switched-off.
With ON: The controller is switched-on.
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Maximum difference between light-band 1 and 2
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LB 2
LB 1
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Presence sensor
The physical presence and brightness values are obtained by connecting the presence detector and light-level sensor
(Art. no. MTN6901-0000) via a RJ-12 cable to the Roombox. The
sensor has has got a 360°-detection that is separated within only one
sector.
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Light band
The maximum deviation between the first (window) and the second
(floor) light-band is configured here.
Example: The lux value defined for the brightness control is 500 lx
when the light is switched-on (light panel 1 + 2). Light-panel 2 (floor
side) should be 30 % brighter than light-panel 1. The two light-panels
are adjusted upwards or downwards simultaneously, although lightpanel 1 is always 30 % darker than light-panel 2. As a result, when
dimming down, light-panel 1is switched-off earlier than light-panel 2,
provided the lux value is guaranteed by light-band 2.
Behaviour on detecting presence
This parameterises which switching behaviour is possible when a
presence is detected.
With ON and OFF: Switching on and off can be performed manually
and automatically.
With Only OFF, not ON: Switching on can only be performed manually.
With Only ON, not OFF: Switching off can only be performed manually.
Parameter: Time functions
Minimum send time
This sensor is based on the "Passive Infrared Principle" (PIR): It uses
infrared radiation to detect whether an object is moving. .
The deadtime after movement detection via the presence detector
can be configured at [Detection delay] in order to avoid switching
command when the area is only temporarily occupied. In addition the
initial state of the sensor can be parameterised at [Initial settings].
The presence sensor only generates the movement signal that is
transformed by the movement detector into a switching signal.
There are only the two parameters [Detection delay] and [Initialisation settings].
Detection delay
This parameterises the delay time of the action after presence was
detected. If after expiration of this time no presence is detected the
sensor stays in the state of absence.
Initialisation settings
The sensor's standard behaviour after the first initialisation is set here.
With Presence: The presence mode is activated.
With Absence: The energy-saving mode is activated.
This parameterises the minimum period of time between consecutive
transmissions of the current value is sent on the bus. The higher the
time is set, the lower the bus load is.
Cyclical sending
Time period when the functional block will force propagation of the
output value to the bus . On restart the value will be send immediately.
The higher the time is set, the lower the bus load is.
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CAUTION
Malfunctions can occur.
Cyclical sending is possible with the preset configuration and
also with external binding! Always use one of the two method,
otherwise malfunctions can occur.
If you use group adresses for switching light on/off, this state
will be overwritten from the controller output after time, if
[Cyclical sending] is not set to 0.
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal
The parameter is defined here for the time during which the actuator
monitors the bus for telegrams.
If a telegramm is missing within the period the output is set to the parametrised value. A zero value disables the function.
Fade time unoccupied
This parameterises the desired time to fade to zero, when detected
area is unoccupied (no presence).
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Overview of the brightness controller parameters
Brightness controller
Area
Function
Brightness controller
Control
Time functions
Presence sensor
Control: Settings
Parameter
Setting
Staircase timer
(0-6553.5 s) 900
Setpoint brightness
(0-65535 lx) 500
Maximum setpoint
(0-65535 lx) 0
Maximum dimming step
(0-100 %) 3
Setpoint adjustment dimming step
(0-100 %) 5
Light-band 1:
Value when controller switched-off
Hold value
Light-band 2:
Value when controller switched-off
Hold value
Fixed value
(0-100%) 0
Fixed value
(0-100 %) 0
Hysteresis
(0-100 %) 5
Delay time upper brightness limit
(0-6533,5 s) 300
Delay time lower brightness limit
(0-6533,5 s) 3
Value after initialisation
OFF
ON
Artifical light factor
700 350
Maximum difference light-band 1 and 2
(0-100 %) 30
Behaviour on detecting presence
ON and OFF
Only OFF, not ON
Only ON, not OFF
Settings: Artifical light factor
Parameter
Setting
Delta reference surface
(0-65535 lx) 700
Delta ceiling sensor
(1-65535 lx) 350
Control: Time functions
Parameter
Setting
Minimum send time
(0-6553.5 s) 0.2
Cyclical sending
(0-6553.5 s) 300
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Fade time unoccupied
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Brightness controller:
Presence sensor
Parameter
Setting
Detection delay
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Initialisation settings
Presence
Absence
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Communication objects ............................... 49
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Settings ......................................................... 49
Actual value correction ............................................49
Cyclical sending ......................................................49
Pause between 2 telegrams .....................................49
Send telegram if a value changes by ...% ................49
Overview of the brightness sensor
parameters .................................................... 50
Brightness sensor
The brightness sensor is exclusively used to measure the curent
brightness and is shared by both the presence function (presence
block 1, 2 and 3) and the daylight dependend brightness control
(brightness controller).
For this purpose, the measured value of the light sensor is converted
internally to the brightness value of the reference surface (e.g. desk
surface) and used as the actual value for the control algorithm.
In addition, this input can be used for manual control and temporary
adjustment of the setpoint.
The following sensor settings have a direct effect on the functional blocks brightness controller and presence block.
Actual value correction
The lux value difference between the sensor's installation location
and the reference surface is entered here.
The measured brightness value (actual value) can be corrected. A distinction is made here between the installation location
of the presence detector and the reference surface (a desk surface, for example). The brightness value of the reference surface is determined with the aid of actual value correction and
taking the brightness value measured by the presence detector
at the installation location into account. In the case of brightness control it is not the brightness value at the installation location which is important but the brightness value at the
reference surface.
For the actual value correction you will need a lux meter.
When the reference surface or the installation location is exposed to
intense sunlight, the measurements should not be performed. Under
certain circumstances darkening the room may improve the measurement results.
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A
Communication objects
B
The communication objects listed below always apply to one channel.
Brightness sensor
Function
Object name
Sensor channel X,
sends
Current brightness value
DPT
Length
9.004
2 Byte
Current brightness value
The 2 Byte communication object „Current brightness value“ sends
the actual brightness value (0-65535 lx) inclusive the values from
[Actual value correction], reffering to the settings for brightness
change and/or cyclical as status feedback to the bus.
A Brightness sensor installation location
B Reference surface
The actual value correction contains of the following items:
Value reference surface: The lux value measured at the reference
surface is entered here.
Value ceiling sensor: The lux value measured at the installation location is entered here.
Cyclical sending
The parameter is set here for the time during which the actuator
sends its state on the bus.
Minimum send time
The parameter is defined here for the minimum period of time between consecutive transmissions of the current value is sent on the
bus.
The higher the set time, the lower the bus load.
Send telegram if a value changes by ...%
This parameterises the percentage of the brightness value needed
for a telegram to be sent on the bus.
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Overview of the brightness sensor
parameters
Brightness sensor
Area
Function
Brightness sensor
Settings
Brightness sensor: Settings
Parameter
Setting
Actual value correction
11
Cyclical sending
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Minimum send time
(0-6553.5 s) 2
Send telegram if a value changes by ...% (0-100 %) 2.5
Brightness sensor: Actual value
correction
Parameter
Setting
Value reference surface
(0-65535 lx) 1
Value ceiling sensor
(1-65535 lx) 1
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ORBK-D-S-HPresence block
Table of contents
Communication objects
Presence block ............................................. 51
Communication objects ............................... 51
The communication objects listed below always apply to one channel.
Presence block.........................................................51
Parameter: Control ....................................... 52
Staircase time ...........................................................52
Safety pause.............................................................52
Delay time upper brightness limit..............................52
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal ............................52
Value on presence....................................................52
Setpoint brightness...................................................52
Hysteresis ................................................................52
Behaviour on detecting a movement ........................52
Presence sensor ........................................... 53
Detection delay time ................................................ 53
Initialisation settings .................................................53
Overview of the presence block
parameters .................................................... 53
Presence block
The presence block provides brightness dependent presence control. The presence block obtains the physical value from the connected presence and brightness sensor.
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Settings within the brightness sensor object impact also the
presence block brightness value.
The principle of the presence block is like following: When ambient
brightness is below the configured threshold and a movement is detected, the presence block sends an ON telegram via the communication objects „Switching“ on the bus. When no further movement is
detected the holding time starts. After a parameterised duration, an
OFF telegram is sent on the bus.
If the brightness exceeds a certain threshold despite the detection of
a movement, a parameterised time is started and presence is detected an OFF telegram is also sent.
The Roombox comes with 2 or 3 independent presence blocks, depending on the Roombox type. If the Roombox incorporates dimming
function instead of presence block the brightness control funcion
block is applied.
1
E
Function
Object name
DPT
Length
Presence block X,
receives
Trigger
1.018
1 Bit
Priority
1.001
1 Bit
Switching
1.001
1 Bit
Presence block X,
sends
Trigger
1 Bit (0/1) switching telegrams are received via the communication
object „Trigger“ and transformed to switching states (Occupied/Unoccupied).
With a presence command (1) the controller will be activated. In case
of absence (0) the staircase timer will expire and the outputs are
switched to the parameterised off command.
By default the presence block receives the physical presence state
directly from the zone sensor connected to the Roombox. If no sensor
is connected via this trigger object a movement trigger can be received from an external sensor.
Priority
1 Bit (0/1) switching telegrams are received via the communication
object „Priority“ and transformed to switching states (On/Off).
"1" activates the presence block and arbitrates an "ON" telegramm
via the communication objects "Switching" to the output. The staircase timer is then starting when receiving an occupied command.
Settings made at [Behaviour on detecting presence] have no impact on this input.
When receiving an OFF command while the staircase timer is running the output sends an OFF command immediately and the presence block stays deactivated until an ON command is received.
Switching
The 1 Bit (0/1) communication object „Switching“ is transformed to
switching states (On/Off).
1
D
3
2
C
Presence block
2
2
4
ON
B
OFF
t
t
A
t
A
B
C
D
E
1
2
3
4
Movement
Switch object
Brightness threshold
Switch off threshold (calculated) = C + 2 + 3
Brightness
Staircase timer
Brightness jump
Hysteresis
Pause: Brightness measurement
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Delay time upper brightness limit
Parameter: Control
Staircase time
The staircase timer function is triggered as soon as the presence is
detected. When no further movement is detected while the timer is
running at the of the staircase time the output will be switched-off.
Safety pause
This parameterises the time after switching off the presence block a
new movement is recognised as presence and thus triggering an action.
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A
To suppress disturbance variables the safety pause can be activated for the start of a movement. The safety pause is started
after the presence block has switched-off. During the safety
pause a movement detection is ignored.
1
0
1
0
B
1
t
C
0
1
0
Cyclical sending
Time period when the functional block will force propagation of the
output value to the bus . On restart the value will be sent immediately.
The higher the set time, the lower the bus load.
A 0 value disables this function.
½
CAUTION
Malfunctions can occur.
Cyclical sending is possible with the preset configuration and
also with external binding! Always use one of the two method,
otherwise malfunctions can occur.
If you use group adresses for switching light on/off, this state
will be overwritten from the controller output after time, if
[Cyclical sending] is not set to 0.
Value on presence
0
C
This parameterises the time the upper brightness value (brightness
setpoint plus hysteresis) must be exceeded before the output is
switched-off.
This parameterises the value applied on presence detection at the
output of the sensor.
Setpoint brightness
0
t
The desired setpoint (e.g. 500 lx) necessary for the control is entered
here.
Hysteresis
1
2
3
4
A Movement detection
B No movement
C Safety pause
The safety pause is important, since when luminaires installed in the
area of detection of the presence detector are switched, optical feedback can occur. The temperature difference between the luminaire or
the change in the infrared spectrum can be interpreted as a movement by passive infrared presence detectors (optical feedback).
The safety pause can be triggered by the presence detector, which
has an effect on all presence blocks.
Once a safety pause has been started, signals from the presence detector are no longer evaluated for this period of time. An elapsed staircase timer cannot be started by a movement during an active safety
pause and an ongoing staircase timer cannot be retriggered by a
movement.
An ongoing staircase timer is not affected by a safety pause being activated. In other words, the staircase timer runs in the usual way.
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The hysteresis specifies the allowed percentage of exceeding or undercutting the parameterised setpoint.
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The plug-in allows only a percentage to be entered that is valid
for both oversteering and understeering. If you select the value
"0", the result is that the automatic OFF mode is deactivated
and you will have to switch off the lamp manually by pushing the
button. All measured values that are upper or lower of the hysteresis will switch on or off the controller output.
Behaviour on detecting presence
This parameterises which switching behaviour is possible when presence is detected.
With ON and OFF: Switching on and off can be performed manually
and automatically.
With Only OFF, not ON: Switching on can only be performed manually.
With Only ON, not OFF: Switching off can only be performed manually.
Optical feedback can only be avoided by selecting the right installation location for the presence detector and the lighting.
The safety pause system and the safety pause object of the application cannot compensate for all planning mistakes.
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Presence sensor
The physical presence and brightness values are obtained by connecting the presence detector and light-level sensor
(Art. no. MTN6901-0000) via a RJ-12 cable to the Roombox. The
sensor has has got a 360°-detection that is separated within only one
sector.
Overview of the presence block
parameters
Presence block
Area
Presence block 1
Function
Control
Presence sensor
Presence block: Control
Parameter
Setting
Staircase time
(0-6553.5 s) 900
Safety pause
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Delay time upper brightness limit
(0-6553.5 s) 300
Cyclical sending
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Value on presence
OFF
ON
This sensor is based on the "Passive Infrared Principle" (PIR): It uses
infrared radiation to detect whether an object is moving. .
The deadtime after movement detection via the presence detector
can be configured at [Detection delay] in order to avoid switching
command when the area is only temporaily occupied. In addition the
initial state of the sensor can be parameterised at [Initial settings].
The presence sensor only generates the movement signal that is
transformed by the movement detector into a switching signal.
There are only the two parameters [Detection delay] and [Initialisation settings].
Detection delay
Setpoint brightness
(0-65535 Lux) 500
Hysteresis
(0-100 %) 10
Behaviour on detecting presence
ON and OFF
Only OFF, not ON
Only ON, not OFF
Presence block: Presence sensor
Parameter
Setting
Detection delay
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Initialisation settings
Presence
Absence
This parameterises the delay time of the action after presence was
detected. If after expiration of this time no presence is detected the
state of the sensor stays absent.
Initialisation settings
The sensor's standard behaviour after the first initialisation is set here.
With Presence: The presence mode is activated.
With Absence: The energy-saving mode is activated.
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ORBK-D-S-HLogic function
Table of contents
Parameter: Settings
Logic function ............................................... 55
Communication objects ............................... 55
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal
Logic function ..........................................................55
Parameter: Settings ...................................... 55
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal ............................55
Cyclical sending ......................................................55
Initialisation settings .................................................55
Logic function ...........................................................55
Logic function switching (1 Bit range) .......................56
Logic function value (1 Byte range)...........................57
Output value for logical TRUE ..................................58
Output value for logical FALSE ................................ 58
Value for missing the cyclical sensor signal ..............58
Overview of the logic function
parameters .................................................... 58
This parameterises the time the actuator monitors the bus for telegrams. If a telegramm is missing within this period the actuator adopts
the value set at [Value when missing the cyclical sensor signal].
A zero value disables this function.
Cyclical sending
The parameter is set here for the time during which the actuator
sends its state on the bus. The higher the set time, the lower the bus
load. A zero value disables this function.
Initialisation settings
This parameterises the value of the input objects during power-on or
after a reset.
With No action: No action is triggered.
With Fixed value: The input adopts the value parameterised here.
Logic function
This parameterises what logic is used.
You can choose one of the following logic gates: Threshold, AND,
NAND, OR, NOR, XOR or NXOR. Each of them has four inputs.
Logic function
The Roombox has a simple logic function.
For „Switching“ and for „Value“ [No action] is allowed for each input.
For „Switching“ [No action] is interpreted as „undefined“.
For „Value“ the behaviour is the same as if the input does not exist and
the appropriate logic function has one input less.
Communication objects
The communication objects listed below always apply to one channel.
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The threshold is only applicable for the 1 Byte range.
Max(not zero) means that the maximum value from all the „Not
0“ inputs is sent.
Logic function
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Only inputs with group adresses will be pocessed. That means
that the number of used logic inputs is only given by the user.
Example: If you want to use two AND functions you have to assign the group addresses to input 1 and 2.
Function
Object name
DPT
Length
Logic function X ,
receives
Switching 1
1.001
1 Bit
Value 1
5.001
1 Byte
Switching 2
1.001
1 Bit
Value 2
5.001
1 Byte
Switching 3
1.001
1 Bit
Value 3
5.001
1 Byte
Switching 4
1.001
1 Bit
Value 4
5.001
1 Byte
Logic function X, sends Result switching
Result value
1.001
1 Bit
5.001
1 Byte
Switching 1-4
Switching telegrams are received via the 1 Bit communication object
„Switching“ and transformed to logical switching states.
Value 1-4
Value telegrams are received via the1 Byte communication object
„Value“ and transformed to logical value states.
Result switching
The logical result for the switching output is transmitted via the 1 Bit
communication object „Result switching“.
Result value
The logical result for the value output is transmitted via the 1 Byte
communication object „Result value“.
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Logic function switching (1 Bit range)
AND
NAND
OR
NOR
56
1
0
1
1
1
1
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
1
1
1
1
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
1
1
1
1
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
1
1
1
1
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
Switching
2
3
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
no action
no action
no action
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
no action
no action
no action
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
no action
no action
no action
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
no action
no action
no action
XOR
4
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
no action
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
no action
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
no action
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
no action
Result
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
NXOR
Threshold
|
0
1
1
1
1
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
1
1
1
1
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
1
1
1
1
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
Switching
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
no action
0
no action
1
no action no action
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
no action
0
no action
1
no action no action
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
no action
0
no action
1
no action no action
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
The 1 Bit treshold is identical with the 1 Bit OR function!
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Logic function value (1 Byte range)
AND
NAND
1
2
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
0
0
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
OR
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
NOR
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
Value
0
XOR
3
4
Result
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
notzero
0
0
notzero
notzero
0
notzero
notzero notzero
notzero
notzero notzero
0
notzero notzero
0
0
notzero
0
0
0
no action
0
0
no action notzero
0
no action notzero notzero
no action no action notzero
no action no action
0
no action no action no action
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
notzero
0
notzero notzero
notzero
notzero
0
0
0
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
0
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
0
0
0
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
0
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
0
0
0
0
0
notzero
0
notzero notzero
no action
0
no action notzero
no action no action
0
0
0
0
0
0
notzero
0
notzero notzero
notzero notzero
notzero notzero
0
notzero
0
0
0
0
notzero
0
notzero notzero
no action
0
no action notzero
no action no action
0
0
0
0
0
0
notzero
0
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
0
0
0
0
0
0
no action
0
0
no action notzero
0
no action notzero notzero
no action no action
0
no action no action notzero
no action no action no action
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0
notzero
notzero
0
0
0
0
0
notzero
notzero
0
0
NXOR
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
0
0
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
0
notzero
0
0
0
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
0
0
notzero
notzero
0
notzero
0
notzero
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
notzero
notzero
0
0
notzero
0
0
Threshold
0
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
Value
0
0
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
0
0
0
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
0
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
0
0
0
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
0
notzero
notzero
notzero
notzero
0
0
0
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
no action
0
0
0
0
0
0
notzero
0
notzero notzero
notzero notzero
notzero notzero
0
notzero
0
0
0
0
notzero
0
notzero notzero
no action
0
no action notzero
no action no action
0
0
0
0
0
0
notzero
0
notzero notzero
notzero notzero
not 0
not 0
0
not 0
0
0
0
0
notzero
0
notzero notzero
no action
0
no action notzero
no action no action
0
0
0
0
0
0
notzero
0
notzero notzero
notzero notzero
notzero notzero
0
notzero
0
0
0
0
notzero
0
notzero notzero
no action
0
no action notzero
no action no action
0
notzero
0
notzero
0
notzero
0
notzero
0
0
notzero
0
0
notzero
0
notzero
0
notzero
0
notzero
0
notzero
0
notzero
notzero
0
notzero
notzero
0
0
0
notzero
max (notzero)
max (notzero)
max (notzero)
max (notzero)
max (notzero)
max (notzero)
0
0
notzero
max (notzero)
0
notzero
0
The difference between the "OR" and "XOR" logic operations is that
the output from the XOR gate is logical "1" if and only if there is an unequal number of "1" and "0" inputs. In the simple case of an XOR gate
with two inputs, this means that the inputs must be different to one
another to obtain the output "1". "1" must be present at precisely one
of the inputs.
In contrast to a simple OR logic, the condition is deemed not to be met
if a "1" is present at both inputs. With an XOR gate, the result in this
case is a "0". Each additional input at the gate alters the behaviour accordingly as shown below.
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Output value for logical TRUE
This parameterises what value the output adopts when the value of
the logical result is TRUE.
This parameter defines the behaviour both for the value output and
the switching output. For the switching output any value greater then
0 is interpreted as 1.
With Hold value: The output keeps the actual value.
With Fixed value: The output adopts the value parameterised here.
Output value for logical FALSE
This parameterises what value the output adopts when the value of
the logical result is FALSE.
This parameter defines the behaviour both for the value output and
the switching output. For the switching output any value greater then
0 is interpreted as 1.
With Hold value: The output keeps the actual value.
With Fixed value: The output adopts the value parameterised here.
Overview of the logic function
parameters
Zone A: Logic function
Area
Function
Logic function
Settings
Logic function: Settings
Parameter
Setting
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Cyclical sending
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Initialisation settings
No action
Fixed value
Logic function
Threshold
AND
OR
XOR
NAND
NOR
NXOR
Output value for logical TRUE
Hold value
Fixed value
(0-100 %) 100
Output value for logical FALSE
Hold value
Fixed value
(0-100 %) 0
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General survey of the ORBK parameters
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All factory set parameters are marked with bold black.
Zone A
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For identical parameters (e. g. zone A-D, Push-button Interfaces 1-3 or Presence Block 1 and 2) the settings are descriped
once, because of the repetition!
ORBK-D-S-HW
ORBK-D-S-H-: Zone A
Roombox: ORBK-D-S-H-
Area
Function
Zone A
Push-button interface [A1]
Device
Zone
ORBK-D-S-H-
Zone Global
Push-button interface [A2]
Push-button interface [A3]
Zone Energy metering
Blind channel [A1]
Zone A
Dimming channel [A2]
Zone B
Switching channel [A3]
Zone C
Scene module [A]
Zone D
Brightness controller [A]
Brightness sensor [A]
Zone global
Presence block 1 [A]
Presence block 2 [A]
ORBK-D-S-H-: Zone global
Area
Function
Zone Global
Global functions
Zone global: Global functions
Logic function [A]
Push-button interface
Parameter
Setting
Zone A:
Push-button interface
Preset configuration
Deactivated
Parameter
Setting
Local programming
Deactivated
Interface [A1]
Blind
Maximum failures before reset
5
Interface [A2]
Relative dimming
Interface [A3]
Switching
Zone energy metering
ORBK-D-S-H-:
Energy metering [A]
Zone
Energy metering
Function
Total
Light
HVAC
Energy metering:
Total/Light/HVAC
Parameter
Setting
Transmission time energy value
(0-65535 s) 3600
Offset value energy counter
(0...214748364,7 kWh) 0
Send on change of value
(0...214748364,7 kWh) 1
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Blind
Dimming channel
Blind channel
Zone A: Dimming channel [A2]
Area
Function
Area
Blind channel
Weather alarm
Dimming channel
Function
Time functions
Brightness settings
Initialisation settings
Actuator
Priority control
Dimming functions
Blind channel: Weather alarm
Parameter
Setting
Dimming channel: Time functions
Safety position
Fixed value 0 0
Parameter
Setting
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal
(0-6553.5 s) 0
ON delay
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Maximum wind speed
(0-6553.5 m/s) 14
OFF delay
(0-6553.5 s) 0
ON delay wind alarm
(0-6535.3 s) 2
Staircase timer
(0-6553.5 s) 0
OFF delay wind alarm
(0-65535 min) 30
OFF delay rain alarm
(0-65535 min) 60
Staircase timer, retriggerable and
adding
Yes
Blind channel: Brightness values
Parameter
Setting
Setpoint brightness
(0-65535 lx) 25000
Hysteresis
(0-100 %) 40
Delay time upper brightness limit
(0-6553.5 s) 20
Behaviour on exceeding upper
brightness limit
Fix value 100 -45
Delay time lower brightness limit
Behaviour on undercutting lower
brightness limit
Staircase timer with manual OFF
function
No
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Cyclical sending
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Delay time for status feedback
(0-65535 ms) 0
Dimming channel: Initialisation
Parameter
Setting
(0 - 65353 min) 60
Initial value for switching/value object
Off/On
No action
Initial value of priority control object
No action
Initial value of lock object
Deactivated
Value when missing the cyclical
sensor signal
No action
Blind channel: Actuator
Parameter
Setting
Run time lower end position
(0-6553.5 s) 60
Run time upper end position
(0-6553.5 s) 70
Run time slat
(0-524.28 s) 1
Run time slat lower end position
Slat position during downward moving
command
Slat position during upward moving
command
(-180...180°) 75
(0-100 %) 0
Dimming channel: Priority control
Parameter
Setting
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Status of output after deactivating
priority control
No action
(-180...180°) -75
Behaviour at the start of the lock
Fixed value 0
Behaviour at the end of the locking
Hold value
Step intervals for slat
(-180...180°) 5
Drive-down coasting time
(-262.144...262.136 ms) 0
Drive-up coasting time
(-262.144...262.136 ms) 0
Pause on reverse on change in direction (0-6553.5 s) 0.5
Factor run time end position
(-163.84...163.85 %) 15
Bottom end-switch exists
No
Initialisation settings
Stop
Fixed value - -
Maximum start-up delay
(0-6553.5 s) 5
Behaviour at the start of the lock
Up 100
Behaviour after the end of the locking
No action
Slat angle after movement
Hold value
Dimming channel:
Dimming functions
Parameter
Setting
Total dimming time
(0-6553.5 s) 4
Cross-fading times
(0-6553.5 s) 0 0 0
Minimum dimming value
(0-100 %) 5
Maximum dimming value
(0-100 %) 100
Switch ON via relative dimming
No
Switch OFF via relative dimming
No
Switch Off power to EB
No
Output on switch ON
Maximum
Duration of locking the automatic mode ( 0-65535 min) 60
60
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Switching channel
Scene module
Zone A: Switching channel [A3]
Zone A: Scene module [A]
Area
Function
Area
Function
Switching channel
Time functions
Scene module
General functions
Initialisation settings
Scene 1-20settings
Priority control
Scene module: General functions
Switching channel: Time functions
Parameter
Setting
Overwrite scene values during
download
No
Parameter
Setting
ON delay
(0-65535 s) 0
OFF delay
(0-65535 s) 0
Staircase timer
(0-65535 s) 0
Scene module: Scene 1
Staircase timer, retriggerable and
adding
Yes
Parameter
Setting
Scene number
(1-63) 0
Scene for zone channel 1
No action
Scene for zone channel 2
No action
Scene for zone channel 3
No action
Staircase timer with manual OFF function
No
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Cyclical sending
(0-6553.5 s) 300
Delay time for status feedback
(0-65535 ms) 0
Switching channel:
Initialisation settings
Parameter
Setting
Initial value for switching/value object
Off
Initial value of priority control object
No action
Initial value of disabling object
Deactivated
Value when missing the cyclical
sensor signal
No action
Scene value blind rotation
No action
Scene value temperature
(-273.17...+327.67 ° C)
327.67
Scene value presence
No action
Brightness controller
Zone A: Brightness controller [A]
Area
Brightness controller
Function
Control
Time functions
Presence sensor
Switching channel:
Priority control
Parameter
Setting
Status of output after deactivating
priority control
No action
Behaviour at the start of the lock
OFF
Behaviour at the end of the locking
No action
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Control: Settings
Parameter
Setting
Staircase timer
(0-6553.5 s) 900
Brightness threshold
(0-65535 lx) 500
Maximum setpoint
(0-65535 lx) 0
Maximum dimming step
(0-100 %) 3
Setpoint adjustment dimming step
(0-100 %) 5
Light band 1:
Value when controller switched-off
Fixed value 0
Light band 2:
Value when controller switched-off
Fixed value 0
Hysteresis
(0-100 %) 5
Delay time upper brightness limit
(0-6533.5 s) 300
Delay time lower brightness limit
(0-6533.5 s) 3
Value after initialisation
OFF
Artifical light factor
700 350
Maximum difference between
light band 1 and 2
(0-100 %) 30
Behaviour on detecting presence
Only OFF, not ON
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Logic function
Control: Time functions
Parameter
Setting
Minimum send time
(0-6553.5 s) 0.2
Cyclical sending
(0-6553.5 s) 300
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Fade time unoccupied
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Brightness controller:
Presence sensor
Parameter
Setting
Detection delay
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Initialisation settings
Absence
Brightness sensor
Zone A: Logic function [A]
Area
Function
Logic function
Settings
Logic function: Settings
Parameter
Setting
Cyclical monitoring sensor signal
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Cyclical sending
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Initialisation settings
No action
Logic function
Threshold
Output value for logical TRUE
Fixed value 100
Output value for logical FALSE
Fixed value 0
Zone A: Brightness sensor [A]
Area
Function
Brightness sensor
Settings
Brightness sensor: Settings
Parameter
Setting
Actual value correction
11
Cyclical sending
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Minimum send time
(0-6553.5 s) 2
Send telegram if a value changes by
...%
(0-100 %) 2.5
Presence block
Zone A: Presence block 1 [A]
Area
Function
Presence block 1
Control
Presence sensor
Presence block 1: Control
Parameter
Setting
Staircase timer
(0-6553.5 s) 900
Safety pause
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Delay time upper brightness limit
(0-6553.5 s) 300
Cyclical sending
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Value on presence
ON
Setpoint brightness
(0-65535 lx) 500
Hysteresis
(0-100 %) 10
Behaviour on detecting presence
Only OFF, not ON
Presence block 1: Presence sensor
Parameter
Setting
Detection delay
(0-6553.5 s) 0
Initialisation settings
Absence
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Blind channel
General survey of the ORBK
communication objects
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Function Object name
Blind
Lock
channel X, Wind alarm 1
receives
Wind speed 1
DPT
1.003
1.005
9.005
Length Range
1 Bit
0/1
1 Bit
0/1
2 Byte
0-670760 m/s
Wind alarm 2
Wind speed 2
Wind alarm 3
Wind speed 3
Frost alarm
Rain alarm
1.005
9.005
1 Bit
0/1
2 Byte
0-670760 m/s
1.005
9.005
1 Bit
0/1
2 Byte
0-670760 m/s
1.005
1.005
1 Bit
Up/down manual mode 1.008
1 Bit
Stop/step manual mode 1.007
1 Bit
0/1
0/1
0/1
0/1
Height position manual
mode
5.001
1 Byte
0-100 %
Slat position manual
mode
5.001
1 Byte
0-100 %
2 Byte
Lock automatic mode
8.011
1.003
1.003
1 Bit
-180°...180°
0/1
0/1
Length Range
Up/down automatic
mode
1.008
1 Bit
0/1
1 Bit
0/1
Stop/step automatic
mode
1.007
1 Bit
0/1
Height position
automatic mode
5.001
1 Byte
Slat position auto mode 5.001
1 Byte
To guarantee the interconnection between KNX devices of different compannies the format and the encryption of the data
that are transmitted via the communication objects are standardised.
This encryption is called datapoint type (DPT).
A DPT is defined by
• a main type (with lenght, format, encryption) and
• a sub type (with more information, e. g. the unit)
Example:
Main type 1 means „1 Bit“,
the sub type 1.001 „0=Off/1=On“ and
the sub typ 1.008 „0=Up/1=Down“.
Slat rotation manual
mode
The communication objects listed below always aplly to one channel.
Lock manual mode
Global
Function
Global,
receives
Object name
Global,
sends
Alarm: missing update
Switch
27.001 4 Byte
0/1
Alarm: overload
27.001 4 Byte
0/1
Alarm: short circuit
27.001 4 Byte
0/1
Alarm: earth leakage
27.001 4 Byte
0/1
Alarm: failure DALI EB 27.001 4 Byte
Alarm: failure DALI
lamp
27.001 4 Byte
Alarm: service required 27.001 4 Byte
0/1
Alarm reset
Zone expansion
DPT
1.005
0/1
Function
Energy,
receives
Energy,
sends
Object name
DPT
Trigger period of mea- 1.017
surement
Energy consumption
Energy consumption
since trigger
8.011
2 Byte
Current brightness value 9.004
2 Byte
Blind
Status feedback height
5.001
channel X, position
1 Byte
0-100 %
5.001
1 Byte
0-100 %
8.011
2 Byte
-180°...180°
Slat rotation auto mode
sends
1 Bit
13.013 4 Byte
13.013 4 Byte
0/1
0...214748364,7
kWh
Status feedback slat
rotation
Dimming channel
Function
Dimming
channel X,
receives
1...214748364,7
kWh
Push-button interface
Function
Object name
DPT
Length Range
PB Interface X,
receives
Status feedback
switching
1.001
1 Bit
0/1
1 Byte
0-100 %
PB Interface X,
sends
Switching
1.001
1 Bit
0/1
Up/down
1.008
1 Bit
0/1
Stop/step
1.010
1 Bit
0/1
Dimming
3.007
4 Bit
0/1
0-100 %
Status feedback value 5.001
Value
5.001
1 Byte
0-100 %
Slat rotation
8.011
2 Byte
-180°...180°
Scene number
18.001 1 Byte
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Status feedback slat
position
0/1
Length Range
1 Bit
0-100 %
0-100 %
-180°...180°
0-670760 lx
16.001 14 Byte 0-255
Energy metering (Total/Light/HVAC)
1 Bit
Dimming
channel X,
sends
Object name
Lock
Priority control
1.003
DPT
2.002
Length Range
0/1
2 Bit
0/1
Staircase timer fix
1.001
1 Bit
1 Bit
0/1
Staircase timer variable 7.004
2 Byte
0-6553,5 s
Switching
1.001
1 Bit
0/1
Dimming
3.007
4 Bit
Set value
5.001
1 Byte
0/1
0-100 %
0-100 %
Status feedback
switching
1.001
1 Bit
0/1
1 Byte
0-100 %
Status feedback value 5.001
Switching channel (HVAC/Light)
Function
Switching
channel X,
receives
Switching
channel X,
sends
Object name
Lock
Priority control
Staircase timer fix
Staircase timer variabel
DPT
Switching
1.001
Length Range
0/1
2 Bit
0/1
1 Bit
0/1
2 Byte
0-6553,5 s
1 Bit
0/1
Status feedback
switching
1.001
1 Bit
1.003
2.002
1.001
7.004
1 Bit
0/1
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Scene module
Logic controller
Function
Object name
DPT
Scene moduel X,
receives
Scene number
18.001
Scene number offset
18.001
Length Range
1 Byte
1-20
1 Byte
1-63
Feedback save
switching 1
1.001
1 Bit
Feedback save value 1
5.001
1 Byte
Feedback save
switching 2
1.001
1 Bit
Feedback save value 2
5.001
1 Byte
0/1
0-100 %
Feedback save
switching 3
1.001
1 Bit
0/1
1.001
1 Bit
0/1
Feedback save value 3
Scene moduel X,
sends
0/1
0-100 %
Status feedback scene
number
18.001
1 Byte
Switching 1
1.001
1 Bit
Value 1
5.001
1 Byte
Switching 2
1.001
1 Bit
Value 2
5.001
1 Byte
Switching 3
1.001
1 Bit
Value 3
5.001
1 Byte
Blind position height
5.001
1 Byte
Blind slat rotation
8.011
2 Byte
1-63
0/1
0-100 %
0/1
0-100 %
0/1
0-100 %
0-100 %
-180...180°
Temperature value
9.001
2 Byte
-273...327 °C
Presence
1.018
1 Bit
0/1
DPT
Length Range
9.004
2 Byte
0-65535 lx
On/Off
1.001
1 Bit
0/1
Setpoint adjustment/
dimming
3.007
4 Bit
0/1
0-100 %
Function
Object name
Switching 1
Logic
function X , Value 1
receives
Switching 2
Value 2
DPT
Length Range
1.001
1 Bit
0/1
5.001
1 Byte
0-100 %
1.001
1 Bit
0/1
5.001
1 Byte
0-100 %
Switching 3
1.001
1 Bit
0/1
Value 3
5.001
1 Byte
0-100 %
Switching 4
1.001
1 Bit
0/1
Value 4
5.001
1 Byte
0-100 %
1.001
1 Bit
0/1
5.001
1 Byte
0-100 %
Result switching
Logic
function X,
sends
Result value
Brightness controller
Function
Object name
Brightness Current brightness
controller
value (ext.)
X,
Brightness control
receives
Set value
5.001
1 Byte
0-100 %
Set point brightness
9.004
2 Byte
0-65535 lx
Presence trigger
1.001
1 Bit
0/1
Brightness Switching light-band 1 1.001
controller
Value light-band 1
5.001
X, sends
1 Bit
0/1
1 Byte
0-100 %
Switching light-band 2 1.001
1 Bit
0/1
Value light-band 2
5.001
1 Byte
0-100 %
Status feedback
presence (int.)
1.001
1 Bit
0/1
DPT
Length Range
9.004
2 Byte
Brightness sensor
Function
Object name
Sensor
channel X, Current brightness
sends
value
0-65535 lx
Presence block
Function
Object name
DPT
Length Range
Presence
block X,
receives
Trigger
1.018
1 Bit
0/1
Priority
1.001
1 Bit
0/1
Switching
1.001
1 Bit
0/1
Presence
block X,
sends
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Table of contents
Function overview
Enhanced user documentation ................... 65
Function block ............................................... 65
Function overview ......................................... 65
Function overview ORBK-D-S-H- ........................... 65
Function overview ORBK4D4S4HW Zone A .......... 66
Function overview ORBK4L4S4HW Zone A ........... 67
Function overview ORBK8D0S4HW Zone A .......... 68
Function overview ORBK8L0S4HW Zone A ........... 69
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The internal connections displayed below are no group
addresses but the factory settings. If you use the ORB
without the ETS this internal connections guarantee the full
functionality of the ORB.
Function overview of ORBK-D-S-HA
Use cases ....................................................... 70
Use case 1 ...............................................................70
Use case 2 ...............................................................70
Use case 2b .............................................................70
Use case 2c..............................................................70
Use case 2d .............................................................70
Use case 2e .............................................................70
Global
773
Alarm reset
Alarm: missing
update Switch
766
Alarm: overload
767
Alarm: short circuit 768
Alarm: earth leakage 769
Enhanced user documentation
Alarm: failure
DALI ECG
770
The information written below is for enhanced users that want
to become more familiar with the ORB.
Alarm: failure
DALI lamp
771
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Only one zone (Zone A) is shown as an example for the internal
connections, because all the other zones (B, C, D) are identically for the default settings!
Alarm:
service required
772
All parameters and settings of the ORBK-R (radio) version are
identically for the ORBK-W (wired) version!
Zone expansion
774
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For each ORB type the default configuration is illustrated within
the following figures as an graphical overview.
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You can also use the function overviews for drawing your individual connections.
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Energy metering
Total
753
Trigger period of
measurement
Function block
The ORB functions are sorted by function blocks that each have inputs and outputs. The KNX telegrams are received at the input and
tranformed into switching states insidethe function block. Then, a new
KNX telegram is sent back on the bus from the device output (e.g: a
status feedback message).
Energy
consumption
754
Energy consumption
since trigger
755
Energy metering
Light
756
Trigger period of
measurement
Energy
consumption
757
Energy consumption
since trigger
758
B
A
Energy metering
HVAC
C
759
A
B
C
D
Number of communication object
Input object
Function block
Output object
Trigger period of
measurement
Zone A
Zone C
Energy
consumption
760
Energy consumption
since trigger
761
Zone B
Zone D
A Visualisation (e. g. touch panel)
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Function overview ORBK4D4S4H- Zone A
Blind channel [A1]
Push-button interface [A1]
421
Status feedback
switching
422 Status feedback
value
109 Lock
423
Switching
110 Wind alarm 1
Up/Down
424
Stop/Step
425
Dimming
426
Value
427
Slat rotation
428
Scene no
429
111 Wind speed 1
112 Wind alarm 2
Status feedback
height position
132
Status feedback
slat position
133
Status feedback
slat rotation
134
113 Wind speed 2
114 Wind alarm 3
115 Wind speed 3
116 Frost alarm
117 Rain alarm
Scene module [A]
541 Scene number
542
i
Feedback save
switching 2
i
Feedback height
position
i
Feedback slat
rotation
Presence block 1 [A]
617 Trigger
Switching
619
618 Priority
i
Scene number
offset
Current brightn.
549
118 Up/Down
manual mode
Switching 1
550
119 Stop/Step
manual mode
Value 1
551
Switching 2
552
Value 2
553
121 Slat position
manual mode
Switching 3
554
122 Slat rotation
manual mode
Value 3
555
123 Lock manual
mode
Status feedback
scene number
Blind position
height
556
Blind rotation
557
Presence block 2 [A]
622 Priority
Switching
623
621 Trigger
i
120 Height position
manual mode
124 Up/Down
automatic mode
Temperature
558
125 Stop/Step
automatic mode
Presence
559
126 Height position
automatic mode
Current brightn.
127 Slat position
automatic mode
128 Slat rotation
automatic mode
129 Lock automatic
mode
Logic [A]
es
Pr
Pr
es
1* Pr
es
ce
en
en
en
A
ce
3*
ce
Result Value
131
Brightness
(Current value)
10
Lock
11
Priority control
722
716 Value 2
717 Switching 3
718 Value 3
Brightness sensor [A]
719 Switching 4
Current
brightness value 676
Current
brightness
720 Value 4
Dimming channel [A2]
Push-button interface [A2]
431
Result Switching 721
714 Value 1
Status feedback
presence
(int.) 2
715 Switching
2*
s
es
tn
igh
Br
i
713 Switching 1
Status feedback
switching
432 Status feedback
value
Switching
Brightness controller [A]
433
Up/Down
434
Stop/Step
435
Dimming
436
Value
437
Slat rotation
438
Scene no
439
665
Current brightn.
value (ext.)
666 Brightness
control On/Off
Setpoint adjust./
667
dimming
668 Set value
673 Setpoint brightness
674 Presence trigger
Switching
Light band 1
669
Value Light band 1 670
Switching
Light band 2
12 Staircase timer
13 Staircase timer
variable
14
675
Switching
14
Dimming
14
Set value
19
Lock
20
Priority control
Switching channel [A3]
Push-button interface [A3]
Status feedback
441
switching
442 Status feedback
value
Switching
443
Up/Down
444
Stop/Step
445
Dimming
446
Value
447
Slat rotation
448
Scene no
449
Internal fixed connection (deactivation of „preset
configuration“ has no impact)
Internal connection (connections can be canceled
by deactivation of „preset configuration“)
Feedback
Switching
26
21 Staircase timer
fix
22 Staircase timer
variable
23
66
17
fix
671
Value Light band 2 672
Status feedback
presence (int.)
Feedback
Switching
Feedback Value 18
Switching
A MTN6901-0000 (Connections are only software)
i Invisible at ETS
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Function overview ORBK4L4S4H- Zone A
Blind channel [A1]
109 Lock
Push-button interface [A1]
110 Wind alarm 1
Status feedback
431
switching
Switching
433
Up/Down
434
Stop/Step
435
Dimming
436
Value
437
Slat rotation
438
Scene no
439
111 Wind speed 1
432 Status feedback
value
112 Wind alarm 2
Status feedback
height position
132
Status feedback
slat position
133
Status feedback
slat rotation
134
113 Wind speed 2
114 Wind alarm 3
115 Wind speed 3
116 Frost alarm
117 Rain alarm
Scene module [A]
541 Scene number
Scene number
542
offset
543
Feedback save
switching 1
544
Feedback save
value 1
i
Feedback save
switching 2
i
Feedback height
position
i
Feedback slat
rotation
Logic [A]
713 Switching 1
Result Switching 721
714 Value 1
Result Value
Status feedback
presence
(int.) 2
715 Switching
722
716 Value 2
717 Switching 3
549
118 Up/Down
manual mode
Switching 1
550
119 Stop/Step
manual mode
Value 1
551
Switching 2
552
Value 2
553
121 Slat position
manual mode
Switching 3
554
122 Slat rotation
manual mode
Value 3
555
123 Lock manual
mode
Status feedback
scene number
Blind position
height
556
Blind rotation
557
120 Height position
manual mode
124 Up/Down
automatic mode
718 Value 3
Temperature
558
125 Stop/Step
automatic mode
719 Switching 4
Presence
559
126 Height position
automatic mode
720 Value 4
127 Slat position
automatic mode
128 Slat rotation
automatic mode
129 Lock automatic
mode
Brightness controller [A]
665
Current brightn.
value (ext.)
666 Brightness
control On/Off
667
Setpoint adjust./
dimming
668 Set value
673 Setpoint brightness
Switching
Light band 1
669
131
Brightness
(Current value)
10
Lock
11
Priority control
Value Light band 1 670
Switching
Light band 2
671
Value Light band 2 672
Status feedback
presence (int.)
675
674 Presence trigger
Switching channel [A2]
Push-button interface [A2]
Presence block 1 [A]
421
Status feedback
switching
422 Status feedback
value
Switching
423
Up/Down
424
Stop/Step
425
Dimming
426
Value
427
Slat rotation
428
Scene no
429
es
Pr
Pr
es
en
en
ce
1* Pr
es
A
ce
3*
en
ce
617 Trigger
Status feedback
switching
442 Status feedback
value
fix
14
2*
Switching
Brightness sensor [A]
Current
brightness
i
Current
brightness value 676
Switching channel [A3]
Presence block 2 [A]
Switching
443
621 Trigger
Up/Down
444
622 Priority
Stop/Step
445
446
Value
447
Slat rotation
448
Scene no
449
17
13 Staircase timer
variable
s
es
tn
igh
Br
Dimming
Feedback
Switching
12 Staircase timer
Current brightn.
i
i
Current brightn.
Internal fixed connection (deactivation of „preset
configuration“ has no impact)
Internal connection (connections can be canceled
by deactivation of „preset configuration“)
67
619
618 Priority
Push-button interface [A3]
441
Switching
Switching
623
19
Lock
20
Priority control
Feedback
Switching
26
21 Staircase timer
fix
22 Staircase timer
variable
23
Switching
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Brightness sensor [A]
Current
brightness value 676
Current
brightness
i
421
Status feedback
switching
Switching
422 Status feedback
value
e
nc
e
es
Pr
Up/Down
424
Stop/Step
425
Dimming
426
666 Brightness
control On/Off
667
Setpoint adjust./
dimming
668 Set value
Slat rotation
428
673 Setpoint brightness
Scene number
429
674 Presence trigger
669
Value Light band 1 670
Switching
Light band 2
Status feedback
presence (int.)
1
Lock
2
Priority control
3
Staircase timer
fix
4
Staircase timer
variable
5
Switching
671
675
6
Dimming
7
Set value
Feedback
Switching
8
Feedback Value
9
Scene module [A]
541 Scene number
ce
2*
542
Scene number
offset
543
Feedback save
switching 1
i
Feedback save
value 1
i
Feedback save
value 2
s
igh
es
Br
Presence block 1 [A]
617 Trigger
Switching
619
618 Priority
i
Switching
Light band 1
Value Light band 2 672
427
tn
3*
Current brightn.
665
value (ext.)
Value
en
en
ce
423
1* Pr
es
A
Pr
es
Dimming channel [A1]
Brightness controller [A]
Push-button interface [A1]
Current brightn.
Presence block 2 [A]
621 Trigger
Switching
Status feedback
scene number
549
Switching 1
550
Value 1
551
Switching 2
552
Logic [A]
713 Switching 1
Result Switching 721
714 Value 1
Result Value
Status feedback
presence
(int.) 2
715 Switching
Value 2
553
Switching 3
554
716 Value 2
Value 3
555
717 Switching 3
722
718 Value 3
Blind position
height
556
Blind rotation
557
Temperature
558
Presence
559
719 Switching 4
720 Value 4
623
622 Priority
i
Current brightn.
Push-button interface [A2]
Status feedback
431
switching
432 Status feedback
value
Dimming channel [A2]
433
10
Lock
Up/Down
434
11
Priority control
12 Staircase timer
Status feedback
switching
442 Status feedback
value
Stop/Step
435
Dimming
436
Value
437
13 Staircase timer
variable
Slat rotation
438
14
Scene number
439
15
Dimming
16
Set value
19
Lock
20
Priority control
fix
Switching
Switching channel [A3]
Switching
443
Up/Down
444
Stop/Step
445
Dimming
446
Value
447
Slat rotation
448
Scene number
449
Internal fixed connection (deactivation of „preset
configuration“ has no impact)
Internal connection (connections can be canceled
by deactivation of „preset configuration“)
68
17
Feedback Value 18
Push-button interface [A3]
441
Feedback
Switching
Switching
Feedback
Switching
26
21 Staircase timer
fix
22 Staircase timer
variable
23
Switching
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Switching channel [A1]
Push-button interface [A1]
Status feedback
switching
421
422 Status feedback
value
Switching
423
Up/Down
424
Stop/Step
425
Dimming
426
Value
427
Slat rotation
428
Scene no
429
Feedback
Switching
1
Lock
2
Priority control
3
Staircase timer
fix
4
Staircase timer
variable
5
Switching
17
Scene module [A]
541 Scene number
Presence block 1 [A]
617 Trigger
Switching
542
Scene number
offset
i
Feedback save
switching 2
619
Feedback height
position
i
618 Priority
Brightness sensor [A]
Current
brightness
i
en
ce
1*
A
ce
2*
Switching 1
Value 1
551
Switching 2
552
Value 2
553
Switching 3
554
Value 3
555
Blind position
height
556
Blind rotation
557
Temperature
558
Presence
559
Logic [A]
713 Switching 1
Result Switching 721
714 Value 1
Result Value
Status feedback
presence
(int.) 2
715 Switching
722
716 Value 2
717 Switching 3
718 Value 3
719 Switching 4
720 Value 4
s
es
tn
igh
Br
Pr
es
en
Current
brightness value 676
549
550
Current brightn.
i
es
Pr
Status feedback
scene number
es
Pr
en
ce
3*
Presence block 2 [A]
621 Trigger
Switching
623
622 Priority
i
Current brightn.
Switching channel [A2]
Push-button interface [A2]
431
Status feedback
switching
442 Status feedback
value
Lock
Priority control
Switching
433
11
Up/Down
434
12 Staircase timer
Stop/Step
435
Dimming
436
Value
437
Slat rotation
438
Scene no
439
442 Status feedback
value
fix
14
Switching
Switching channel [A3]
Switching
443
Up/Down
444
Presence block 3 [A]
625 Trigger
Switching
627
19
Lock
20
Priority control
Stop/Step
445
Dimming
446
Value
447
22 Staircase timer
variable
Slat rotation
448
21
Scene no
449
626 Priority
i
Current brightn.
Internal fixed connection (deactivation of „preset
configuration“ has no impact)
Internal connection (connections can be canceled
by deactivation of „preset configuration“)
69
17
13 Staircase timer
variable
Push-button interface [A3]
Status feedback
441
switching
Feedback
Switching
10
Feedback
Switching
26
21 Staircase timer
fix
Switching
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Use cases
|
The use cases shown below are only some examples to help
you to understand the usage and the behaviour of the ORB.
Because of the number of different and individual use cases we
don‘t show each possibility.
Use case 1
– DALI light connected
– 1 two rocker switch
– No Sensor
You are able to switch on or off the lights and to to dim the brightness
to a desired level via push-buttons. Even after some time the choosen
value didn't change. The dimming function works with memory behaviour (last dim value before switching off is restored after a short
press).
Use case 2
– DALI light connected
– 1 two rocker switch
– Occupancy and light sensor connected
You must switch on the lights by using the push-button. (It does not
react on occupancy). Select the desired brightness value for the control via dimming (or leave it as it is preconfigured from the factory site
(approx. 80%)). If no additional light is measured this level should be
kept as long as the room is occupied.
Use case 2b
– same as 2 but different behaviour:
If a higher light level is measured (caused by external light source
e.g. sun) the controller starts to dim down until minimum level
is reached (e. g. 5 %). If this minimum level is stable for approx.
10 min the light will be switched-off.
Use case 2c
– same as 2 but different behaviour:
If a lower light level is measured the light should be dimmed up until
the desired light level is reached. This works as long as the room
is occupied.
Use case 2d
– same as 2 but different behaviour:
If the room is unoccupied for more than 10 min the light is switchedoff independent of the light level.
Use case 2e
– same as 2 but different behaviour
You must switch off the light via push-buttons. It‘s not switched-off automatically by the occupancy sensor.
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