Elko iMM Audio Zone-R User manual

Elko iMM Audio Zone-R User manual
Installation manual iHC-TA
iHC-T Application
Installation Manual
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Introduction ................................................................................................................................ 3
Application installation in your device ........................................................................................ 4
Basic application settings ........................................................................................................... 5
Application control .................................................................................................................... 13
Configuration of Rooms ........................................................................................................... 23
Item description ........................................................................................................................ 24
iHC application setting without own iMM Server ...................................................................... 29
Data export from iDM (iNELS Designer& Manager) ................................................................ 35
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The iHC-TA application is a supplement to the iNELS intelligent electroinstallation system which allows
controlling of the entire system from a tablet with Android operation system. The main advantage of
the application is the possibility of controlling all integrated technologies from a sole application, whilst
you are either connected home in a local network (LAN), or anywhere out of your house with internet
access (mobile data, wifi connection, etc.).
Ellegant as it is, iNELS perfectly mingles with any modern household, and thanks to the iHC-TA
application, allows permanent supervision over electroinstallation, as well as comfortable central
control over the entire house from one place. iHC-TA lets you control the lighting, blinds, shutters,
outlets, heating, appliances, watering, cameras, multimedia (audio, video), Miele house appliances,
home call boxes, air conditioning units, recuperation, information from meteostation, status of
consumed energies, and the like.
The menu is divided in a clear section where individual functions are illustrated by icons. You can also
find shortcut access to your favourite functions whilst still being aware of what is happening in the
other zones of your house.
Now you can also secure individual rooms in the application. By entering a password in iMM Control
Centre you will activate security of respective rooms, and prevent any unauthorised person from
controlling iNELS via iHC.
The iHC application function is enabled:
indirectly with the central unit using virtual server when you can control bus iNELS elements,
i.e. for instance lighting (opening, dimming), blinds, shutters, outlets, security system, scenes,
central function, watering or heating system.
With Connection Server which allows you to control also cameras, air conditioning,
recuperation, home call boxes, meteostation, or watch the levels of consumed energies
with iMM server which additionally allows controlling of multimedia, i.e. Video zones (starting
music, video, television, or browsing photographs from the central storage), and Audio zones
(starting music from the central storage).
iHC is an abbreviation of iNELS Home Control, and the letters behind the dash define the equipment
(T – tablet, M – mobile), and operation system (A – Android, I – iOS/Apple). The iHC-TA application is
therefore designed for tablets with the Android 2.2 operation system and higher. It is optimised for
devices with screen with 1280x800 resolution. The language of the application corresponds with the
language set in OS Android.
Application availability
The application is available on Google Play (formerly Android Market) under the name iNELS Home
Control Tablet. The application is updated regularly. After receiving the licence key that allows
registration of the application you need to enter the registration email in the application. The
application is free, and the registration is not charged at all.
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Application installation in your device
a) Once the installation is completed, the device will offer a window offering opening the newly
installed application. When the application opens, you need to enter registration emial and
following licence that you will receive directly to the registration email you have entered (Fig.
1). By pressing “Continue”, after the elapse of 5 seconds, you can fully run the application
without the necessity of entering the licence number.
b) For sending the registration email and verifying the application licence you need to be
connected to the internet!
Here enter the registration
email to which you will receive
the licence
Here enter the licence number
you will receive directly by email
upon entering the registration
Figure 1 Product registration
Upon the successful entry of the registration number or option “Continue” the application is ready for
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Basic application settings
Use the “Setting” key to call up the menu of the basic application setting.
Button “Settings”
Figure 2 Settings
a) The next step depends on whether you connect to iMM or Connection Server, or to a virtual
server. The following figures anticipate connection to iMM or Connection Server. Select the
button “server IP address” and a dialogue window displays for setting IP addresses. First add
a new server by clicking the button “+” for adding servers. Then add an optional name and IP
address of the server. Then enter the port – default is 8000. Click on add and tick this server.
"OK“ displays; click on it and confirm the changes. Window for setting the IP address of Figure
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Server name
iMM server IP
Default Server
Port 8000
Figure 3 IP address of server
The check mark
shows currently
selected Server
List of Servers
Button for adding
another Server
Figure 4 Selection of IP address of server
a) The next step is Enforce data download (Figure 5). You will receive a notice saying that the
new data will overwrite currently downloaded data even if enforcing the data download runs for
the first time. Confirm by “OK”. In virtual server, the button “Enforce data download” is not
used, the button “Process data from file” is used instead. iHC application can be run to
control iNELS elements even without own iMM Server – read more in Chapter 7.
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Click on OK to confirm data
upload from selected Server
Figure 5 Enforce data download
b) If you want to monitor connected Audio zones and Video zones in the application, you need to
select these zones in the menu “Monitored zones” (Figure 6).
Confirm the Zone
monitoring by
Button to call up
the menu of
monitored zones
Confirm the
selection of
Figure 6 Monitored zones
c) Camera setting – if you have IP cameras connected in the system, they will download
together with other data. To display them you need to add camera icons in Settings (Figure 9).
The icon will display in the main screen in the third line.
Note: The possibility of using cameras requires iMM or Connection Server.
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Here you can name
camera or cameras
Figure 7 Adding icons for camera display
You can add upto 4 cameras under one Icon.
If you are in the camera display mode (Figure 8),long pressing of one of them will take you to
the full screen mode. Using gestures you can control PTZ pan/tilt/zoom) of the camera as long
as the given camera supports it, or display the control panel (Figure 9),and control the camera
through the control panel.
Figure 8 Displaying cameras
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Button for
cancelling camera
Button for start
recording from
Change of video
mode – standard,
automatic, full
Buttons for turning the
camera to the left/right
(Pan), up/down (Tilt)
Buttons for zooming the
image in/out (Zoom)
Figure 9 Controlling PTZ of cameras through SW panel
Camera image can be recorded from iMM Server. The record is saved in the Video/Cameras
library where you can play it. The length of the record is limited by the site of the drive used in
the iMM Server storage.
To remove the camera icon from the main menu, you need to choose the option “Remove” the
camera icon (Figure 10).
Figure 10 Remove camera icon
To set the camera video display mode, select the option “Camera video mode” and choose the
desired mode.
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Keeps the proportion
of camera sides
Automatically adjusts the
proportion of camera
sides for display
Full screen camera
Figure 11 Selection of camera video mode
d) Selection of groups. The order of groups can be changed using the drag and drop method just drag the item icon by your finger, and place on the order you wish.
When the icon is held
down, it can be
moved to any place in
the list
Check to select a
Figure 12 Selection of groups
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e) Other application settings
Check to use accelerometer for camera
recording and dimming control
Requires password whenever
application starts
Displaying the status panel simultaneously
with application
Check for permission and display of
energy metering
Item for setting the
intercom function
Figure 13 Other application settings
Protect application by password – here you can enter your password entering of which the
application will request at every opening.
Figure 14 Entering application password
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g) Setting the intercom function – this function allows data communication between the house
call boxes 2N, iHC applications and iMM applications (i.e. Video zones). iHC application can
receive calls from another iHC application, iMM application and house call box 2N. Te
communication is acoustic; if the call box is equipped with a camera, it also transfers the
image. The application can also dial any of the above listed devices. Login name and
password must be entered exactly as they were created in the iMM or Connection Server
accounts. Small and capital letters are distinguished.
Checking this option allows you setting
and then the Intercom function itself
Login name set on server,
bookmark Intercoms
Password set on server,
bookmark Intercoms
Button for entering IP
address of iMM or
Connection Server
Figure 15 Intercom settings
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Application control
a) Tiles
Fundamental way of displaying the iHC-TA application is the so-called “Tiles”. It is a backlit
overview of elements where we can see at first sight by backlit or non-backlit icons which
elements of the iNELS bus electroinstallation are active and inactive, as well as other Tiles for
controlling integrated devices, e.g. Multimedia, Miele, Intercom, Energy, etc.
If you wish to go from the Tiles display to the List display (Fast menu), just click on the name
of the Fast menu icon that is used for switching between these displays.
Figure 16 Main screen
Dimming icon, holding you finger on the icon will call up a slider for dimming control.
Selection of room
Displaying the indoor temperature from a selected thermal sensor
Displaying the outdoor temperature from a selected thermal sensor
The Heat Control icon enables controlling and swtiching between preset heating programs.
Settings icon
Multimedia control – Video zones and Audio zones
Camera icon for monitoring video of connected up to nine IP cameras
Control of Miele household appliances
Energy Metering icon for energy consumption visualisation
GIOM3000 Meteostation icon for visualisation of meteorological quantities
Analogue exciters for displaying data from Meteostation, e.g. type of Clima sensor
The menu scrolls up or down if there are multiple zones
Information on currently played Multimedia in the Zone
Switching off and on of the Zone, including devices connected to it
Tiles for controlling the set Scene
Icon for controlling IP call box - dialling and setting of contacts
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18. Change to Fast menu
You can also move by dragging your finger in the line in the direction you want to follow.
b) List (Fast menu)
List “Scenes" is used to activate user pre-defined scenes, such as “All off", “All on”, “All
shutters up”, “All shutters down”, etc.
The “Lights” list serves for controlling individual lights or entire lighting installations. There
are two display options. Classical, where you have the simple on / off displayed by an off
indicator lamp, or Dimming, where the level of illumination is indicated by an analogue
exciter. Dimming is controlled by a slider that can be slid by finger, or using an
In the bookmark “Shutters” you can easily see and control the shutters, garage doors,
gates, etc.
In the “Info” list you can monitor both the indoor and outdoor temperatures, as well as
other information from the system, such as the HDO signal.
In the “Other” bookmark you ca easily see and control individual electronic systems that
form a part of the iNELS electroinstallation, e.g. control of the watering system, control of
different appliances, and the like.
Individual lists
Dimming 30% brightness
Figure 17 Fast menu screen (List)
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c) Miele
This part of the application allows remote administration of the Miele house appliances which
are connected to the [email protected] network by means of communication modules. The
communication between the appliances and the Miele Gateway communication interface runs
on powerline. Miele Gateway then transfers this powerline communication to the ethernet
network. To translate this protocol you need to use iMM or Connection Server.
Miele appliances can be monitored in terms of statuses of the appliances and also some of
their functions whilst safety is taken into consideration, and therefore you cannot for instance
turn on the induction board. An interesting option is activation of remote starts.
List Miele
“Start” buttons for remote
activation of appliances
A menu scrolls down
showing details on the
appliance, e.g. its setting
Backlit elements are active, nonbacklit elements are inactive
Figure 18 Screen List of Miele appliances
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d) Cameras
Using the “Cameras” List you can watch the image from IP cameras, control PTZ cameras
and record the image from any camera you want. The iNELS system supports connection of
up to 9 IP cameras.
Full screen displaying an image from any camera is called up by pressing relevant camera
view. Calling up the panel for PZ control (pan, tilt, zoom) is then achieved by pressing the
camera image.
Button for start recording
from camera
Camera view
Figure 19 Screen List of cameras
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e) Air conditioning and recuperation
Controlling the air conditioning units is bi-directional, so you can fully utilise the features of your air
conditioning, such as control of blowing speed, movement of lamellas or control of modes, such
ase plasma. Whilst controlling recuperations, you can select the way of air exchange, rotation
speed of ventilators, temperature, or set periodical air exchange.
List of air conditionings and
Setting desired
Button for turning on/off the
air conditioning
Current and set temperature
Air condition mode
selection:Blowing speed,
turning of lamellas, etc.
Figure 20 Screen Air conditioning and recuperation (LG Air conditioning)
Setting desired speed of
Button for turning on/off the
air conditioning
Current and set temperature
Recuperation mode
selection Blowing speed,
bypass, etc.
Figure 21 Screen Air conditioning and recuperation (AirPohoda recuperation)
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Setting desired recuperation
Button for turning on/off the
air conditioning
Current and set temperature
Recuperation mode
selection Control of blowing
Ventilator speed setup
Figure 22 Screen Air conditioning and recuperation (Atrea recuperation)
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Multimedia can only be controlled when iMM Client/Server is incorporated in the system. iMM
Client/Server may serve as Video zone (for playing music, movies, viewing photographs or playing
television), and further allows the use of Audio zones, e.g. iMM Audio Zone (AZ-R) or LARA iNELS
Multimedia, the audio of which can be controlled.
The entire Zone and any device connected to it can be switched off/on by clicking on the Zone
name. Active Zone is marked in white letters; deactivated Zone is red.
Zone name and
switching between
List of videos in
Currently played file
Screenshot from a movie
Graphic time
Playlist control: Mute,
Repeat, Shuffle and Delete
Control panel
Slider for volume control
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g) IP call box
In the IP call box screen you can create contacts for calling by means of SIP protocol. It allows us
to connect to other iHC devices, iMM Video zones and also to IP intercom from the company 2N. If
a call is received from IP intercom with a camera (and RTSP system support), also the image from
the camera displays.
Button Call will make
a call
Contacts saved for
Press the button to
add a contact
Figure 24 IP call box List of contacts
Contact type selection
SIP contact name
that was entered on
server in the
Intercoms item
Optional contact
Switch code for gate
Call box IP address
Password on web call
box interface
Login name for web
call box interface
Figure 25 IP call box Adding a contact
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GIOM3000 Meteostation
Giom3000 is visualising meteostation with an ethernet output and, within the iHC-TA
application, it provides us with information on the following nine meteorological quantities:
Wind speed
Wind direction
Dew point
Barometric altitude
Relative humidity
Absolute humidity
Figure 26 GIOM3000 Meteostation screen
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Energy metering
The iNELS system enables measurement of consumption of gas, electricity or water, whilst you
need a meter with impulse output to every energy. These impulses are scanned on binary output
units and, by means of counters, the amount of consumed energy is evaluated.
Energy consumption can be displayed in unit, e.g. kWh, or at price value, e.g. CZK. The
application facilitates to display a consumption graph for every period that is optionally set by you.
Selection of desired energy display
Selection of time zone
Graphic display – pressing
the icon takes you to a
display mode with illustrated
consumption graphs
Numerical display – in units
of measure, at price value
Figure 27 Energy Meter numerical display screen
Back to numerical display
Selection of displayed
Figure 28 Energy Meter graphic display screen
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Configuration of Rooms
Items are configured in iMM Control Center (the “iMM CC” hereinafter) in the bookmark
In Rooms you can create any number of virtual groups (Rooms) where you add optional Items
and Zones.
Items – created on the basis exported file “export.pub” from iDM software (see
separate manual)
Zones – created on the basis of iMM Server configuration
Name of new Rooms
Tick if you wish to
protect the control
given by Room
Password and
Note: Only one
asterisk displays at
a time
Editing of respective
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Item description
There are 3 types of items:
1) Simple Items for switching in the ON/OFF manner.
2) Items for iNELS item dimming (can be used also as ON/OFF by simple pressing,
holding down a slider displays for dimming mode).
3) Other Items serve e.g. to display data from meteostation or control air conditioning.
Simple 2-status icon
Dimmable icon
Special icon
Weather station
Heat Control
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Air Conditioning
Icon for controlling the air conditioning units. When this icon is selected, only LG. air conditioning icons
are filtered out that are defined in the bookmark “Clims”.
Selected icon type
Selection of air conditioning
defined in bookmark Clims
Confirmation of
adding an Item
Selection of
Selection of air
If you select “yes”, the icon will
be read-only, i.e. it will display
its status but cannot be
controlled in any manner
Heat control
The Heat Control icon enables controlling and switching between preset temperature programs from
iDM. Long press allows you to switch between MAN and AUTO modes. If the heating circuit is closed,
the icon is backlit.
Variable from iDM that return
currently preset heating
Icon name
Temperature input/Thermal sensor
Relay controlling given heating circuit
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Displaying values from AD converter
Coefficients, calculation below
Maximum displayed value
Minimum displayed value
Number of decimal places
Displayed units
Calculation of coefficients is based on the equation d=a*v+b, where
d – is the displayed value
a – is the sought for multiplier “koef_mult“
v – value sent by the central unit (0-10 V) multiplied by thousand
b – value “koef_add“ by which the final value is displaced.
General procedure:
It has to be defined what range the quantity will reach, in our case 40 will be the upper limit
(max_disp), and 0 the lower limit (min_disp). Place these values into 2 equations with 2 unknowns.
Result of this equation is coefficient multipler (koef_mult) and also coefficient addition (koef_add). Put
the values in the table.
Example: If you wish to display value 0 to 10 sent from the central unit in internal 0 to 40 m/s, the
procedure is as follows:
The below euqation applies:
max_disp = koef_mult*10*1000 + koef_add
min_disp = koef_mult*0*1000 + koef_add
Since there is no request for displacement of displayed values (this request might occur in case of
outdoor temperature measuring where also negative temperature value occur), the coefficient will be
It means that:
40 = koef_mult*10*1000 + 0
40 = koef_mult*10000
koef_mult = 0,004
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By the “Scene” icon you can control multiple iNELS items at once by just a single press. Scenes can
be created by addition of individual outputs to the list using the “Add” button. Scenes should contain
output channels with ON/OFF/TRIG symptom.
More complex scenes should be created directly in iDM environment, and only given event should be
called up there.
For scenes, select
iNELS items with
suffixes _ON, _OFF
and _TRIG
Button for adding
another item in the
Icon adapted to control motors, majority of blinds or shutters where relay can be chosen separately for
every direction. The icon then automatically switches the direction (relay) if you click on the icon in the
below format: up-stop-down-stop-up…
Switching element
for direction up
Switching element for
direction down
For displaying indoor/outdoor temperatures in the side panel of the iHC-TA application.
Selection of placing the
sensor Indoors/Outdoors
Heating input/Thermal sensor
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This icon can only be added if iMM superstructure (iNELS Multimedia) is used. All zones you wish to
control from a given room on your phone have to be defined underneath this icon.
Will the zone play
Will the zone play
Selection of Zones
defined in bookmark
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iHC application setting without own iMM Server
a) File-based application configuration
On public iMM Server you can generate rooms.cfg based on imported
export.pub ffrom your iDM.
Upload of
rooms.cfg file
Upload of
export.pub file
from iDM
First option Upload rooms.cfg serves in later setting stages to record an already created file
rooms.cfg and its subsequent editing.
Second option Upload export.pub always has to be filled in with current file export.pub
Subsequent editing can use also the „ID“ option that is created on the first access to public server, and
that uploads the last known setting after being added to the respective column in the bookmark „Log
in“. After the first logging in, write down your ID for another service from another PC, or just in
case the cookies get deleted from your browser!
Note: for working on public server you need to have cookies enabled in your browser.
In the bookmark Configuration you can edit iNELS elements from the file export.pub; changes must
be uploaded using the "Update" button located under the dialogue window.
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Confirm the changes by
pressing the Update key
Bookmark Rooms is identical with the bookmark Rooms from the classical iMM CC (see Chapter 5).
The only difference is in entering the password that is only numerical, and multiple asterisks display.
The bookmark Downloads allows uploading of created or modified files export.pub a rooms.cfg in
the computer.
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Upload of newly created
(edited) file rooms.cfg to
Upload of file
export.pub to PC
Transfer these files from PC to tablet where in the root directory create an iHC folder, and copy these
files in it.
iHC folder in the tablet android
system root directory
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In the iHC application itself you need to select the option „IP address of CU unit“ where the IP address
of CU – central unit (CU2-01M) is entered. Adding CU IP address is activated by clicking on the plus
symbol. The name of the central unit is optional; and the default port is set to 61682. When a new
central unit is added to the list, you need to tick the given central unit and confirm by OK.
The check mark
shows currently
selected CU address
List of already
created CU
Default port 61682
IP address of CU2-01M
Button for adding
another CU address
Last step is selection of option „Process data from file“. iHC application downloads all necessary data
and, if all is set correctly, the message “Data download successful" dispalys.
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b) Application configuration from public server using User ID
First of all, you need to create configuration on public server.
Your User ID
In the iHC application itself you need to select the option „IP address of CU unit“ where the IP address
of CU – central unit (CU2-01M) is entered. Adding CU IP address is activated by clicking on the plus
symbol. The name of the central unit is optional; and the default port is set to 61682. When a new
central unit is added to the list, you need to tick the given central unit and confirm by OK.
The check mark
shows currently
selected CU address
List of already created CU
Default port 61682
Default IP address CU2-01M
Button for adding
another CU address
In the Settings menu select download data from public server. iHC application will ask for ID. ID is
displayed in the upper left corner of the public server page. Confrirm by OK and the application
downloads the files, and is ready for use.
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User ID from public
server – 6 digits
In version without iMM or Connection Server you can only control bus units from iHC application. To
be able to control other devices, such as cameras, air conditioning, recuperation, home call boxes,
meteostations, or energy consumption measurement, you need the presence of Connection Server To
be able to use Video zones and Audio zones, you need the presence of iMM Server.
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Data export from iDM (iNELS Designer& Manager)
IDM Software enables export of variables (input/outputs, time programs, counters and timers) by
means of which iHC applications can be created to control the entire installation. The below text
describes how this export should be performed.
Export of inputs/outputs
Export of inputs/outputs is performed from the window “Unit/device manager” where you need to tick
the option “Export for visualisation” at desired inputs/outputs. If you wish to name the given
input/output, use the column “Naming/alias”.
Those inputs/outputs that are used in some event need not be ticked. Export of these used
inputs/outputs then proceeds automatically.
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Export of time programs
Export of time programs is performed from the window “Time/week schedule manager” where you
need to click on the menu “Set export for visualisation”.
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In this menu you need to tick all three options whilst weekly time program for heating/cooling and twostatus time program can be exported.
‐ “Export program setup”, i.e. time symbols and mode settings.
“Export program control”, i.e. individual modes (minimum, attenuation, normal, comfort) can be
enforced time symbols and mode settings.
“Export program status”, i.e. view of program statuses (4 modes, desired temperature, current
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Export of time events
Export of time events is performed from the window “Time events management” where you need to
tick the option “Export for visualisation”. Again, given time event has to be named for the needs of
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Export of events
It is a special option of export for visualisation. It is direct export of event from the window
“Action/statement manager”. These exported actions can then be called directly from the iHC
application. In the bottom part of the window in the desired event you need to tick the option “Export
event for visualisation”.
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Export of counters and timers
Export of counters and timers is performed from the window “Device + system configuration”,
bookmark “System”, sub-bookmark “Counters” or, more precisely, “Timers”. You can for “Export for
visualisation” at either option.
Export of counters is important whenever we want to measure and visualise energy consumption
using meters with impulse output. Impulses from these instruments are read on binary inputs by
means of counters.
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Upon placing a request for exporting of all variables, suitable setting of export manner has to be
selected, as well as the path where the *.pub file will be saved. This is performed in the “Settings”.
Select “Create export of configuration for visualisation” in the “Export setting” section and then
“…Visualisation”. Then set the path where the *.pub file will be saved.
If you tick “Export only marked IO”, only those i/o will be exported that we have selected in the window
“Administrator of units/devices” on the previous page. “Extended export of binary inputs” represents
export of binary inputs with counter. “Report change in export files “ is an option that provides and
reports any potential displacement of variable addresses in memory registries that might originate
when a configuration is saved. “Export mapping of user actions” is an option for export of user actions,
e.g. commands for relay groups, for lighting installation groups, and the like.
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