Blind/switch actuator REG-K/12x/24x/10 with manual mode Table of

Blind/switch actuator REG-K/12x/24x/10 with manual mode Table of
Chapter 8: Blind actuators
8.5 Blind/switch actuator REG-K/12x/24x/10 with manual mode
Blinds/switch actuator with manual mode
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Blinds/switch actuator with manual modeChapter 8:Blind actuatorsArt. no.649912Version 01/068.5Blind/switch actuator REG-K/12x/24x/10 with manual mode
Blind/switch actuator REG-K/12x/24x/10
with manual mode
1. Function
BUS LED
Prog.
address:
0A 5090
L
L
N
N
Hand
RUN
Table of Contents
1.
Function
1
2.
Installation
2
3.
Operation
4
4.
Recognising and rectifying faults
6
5.
Technical data
8
6.
Settings in the EIB Tool Software (ETS)
9
6.1
Blind.switch 5701/1.0
10
Introduction
10
Setting the channel operating mode
11
Settings for blinds/roller shutters
12
Switching settings
28
Settings for blind/roller shutter/switching
40
Parameters and settings
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The blind/switch actuator REG-K/12x/24x/10 with
manual mode (referred to below as simply actuator)
can perform the following functions as part of
INSTABUS EIB:
– control blind and roller shutter drives with end
position switch independently of one another
– switch loads via separate, floating make contacts
You can operate each channel either as a blind channel
or as two switching channels. In the "Switching"
channel operating mode, one blind channel is divided
into two equal switching channels. You must toggle
the channels on the device itself and in the ETS. For
further information, please refer to the section "How to
toggle between the blind and the switch operation"
mode.
You can switch the actuator to manual operation and
check that it works even without ETS programming,
and you can control the connected loads directly on
the actuator in the event of an EIB failure.
The actuator has a bus coupler. It is installed on a DIN
rail, with the bus connection made via a bus
connecting terminal. It is supplied with power both
from the bus voltage and from the mains. This makes
three different operating modes possible:
– Bus and mains supply
This is the standard operating mode. The actuator is
supplied by both the bus and mains voltages.
– Bus supply only
This is a further standard operating mode. The
actuator is operated solely in bus mode. It can carry
out all functions, but there may be a slight time
delay (e.g. switching of the relays, slat adjustment).
Manual operation is possible.
– Mains supply only
If necessary, the actuator can be simply be operated
manually, without bus communication. You can
activate the loads directly using the channel keys.
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Connections, displays and operating elements
2. Installation
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Risk of fatal injury from electric current
The actuator may only be installed and
connected by skilled electricians. Observe the
regulations valid in the country of use, as well as
the valid EIB guidelines.
I
A
B
B
L
L
N
BUS LED
Prog.
N
address:
0A 5090
C
1a
C
2a
H
Hand
A
RUN
1b
2b
D
1a
2a
E
1b
2b
G
KNX
EIB
1a
1b
2a
2b
1 Place the actuator on the DIN rail from underneath
A and push it upwards. Then press up it up at B
so that the claws on the rear side fix into the rail
C.
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Caution! The actuator can become damaged.
Use the fuse devices as shown in the Figure:
- Protect connections with a 10 A automatic
cutout upstream.
If you use separate fuses for the connections of
two related switching channels, these must be
on the same phase.
- If the mains voltage is looped, protect the
mains connection with a 10 A automatic cutout
connected upstream as well
F
A: Mains connection: The actuator has two
connecting terminals each for the N and L cables
(looping is possible).
B: Under the cable cover: Bus connecting terminal
with programming button and programming LED
(red)
C: Operating LED "RUN" (green)
D: Manual operation LED (red)
E: Manual operation key "On/Off"
F: Channel terminals for load voltage
G: Channel keys for manual control of the
corresponding channel; only communicate when
manual operation is "On"
H: Channel status LEDs (yellow) for the
corresponding channel
I: Flap forward to open
N
L
L
L
N
N
1a
L
3
2
1
1b
2a
L
2b
4
L
3a
3b
L
4a
4b
10A
L
10A
L
10A
L
10A
L
10A
N
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BUS
10A
N
N
N
N
N
Caution!
The blind actuator can become damaged.
Connect the bus/mains voltage first and only
then the load voltage.
Risk of fatal injury from electric current
The outputs may be live when the load voltage
is connected.
The switch outputs have bistable relays. If
subjected to strong vibrations during
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transportation, the switch contacts might
change to the enabled state.
After connecting the bus/mains voltage, wait at
least 30 seconds. The relays of the blind
channels will be switched off. The relays of the
switching channels can be set to the position
desired simply by switching "On/Off".
7 Connect the loads.
N
L
BUS
10A
L
L
N
N
1
1a
L
3
2
1b
2a
L
2b
4
L
3a
3b
L
4a
4b
10A
L
2 Connect the EIB.
10A
L
10A
L
10A
L
A
B
10A
N
N
N
N
N
N
5 mm
8 Connect the load voltage.
C
3
4
5
6
D
Switch on the mains voltage.
Connect the bus/mains voltage.
Wait at least 30 seconds.
The relays of the switching channels can be set to
the position desired simply by switching "On/Off".
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Now you can check the functionality of the actuator
and the connected loads without having to load the
application from the ETS. (see the section "How
manual operation works").
If you want to use the channels as switching channels,
you must change these over from blind operation to
switch operation. For further information, please refer
to the section "How to toggle between the blind and
the switching operating mode".
Caution!
If the pause on reverse is too short, the blind
motors could be damaged. The toggle time is
set to 500 ms at the factory (300 ms after a bus
voltage failure). Keep to the recommended
switchover time. Refer to the manufacturer's
specifications in the data sheet for the motor.
Caution!
The blind motors can become damaged. The
switching channels are not interlocked. Only
connect the blind motors to blind channels.
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3. Operation
How to toggle between blind and switch operation
Each channel can be operated either as a blind channel
or as a switching channel. In "Switch operation", one
blind channel is divided into two equal switching
channels.
All channels are set to blind operation at the factory. In
this state, no application program is loaded. Refer to
this chapter to find out how to change the channels.
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Caution! If the device is set wrongly, the loads
could be damaged. The connected loads must
conform to the channel operating mode set on
the actuator and the one set in the application.
1 Press the manual operation key E for at least 3 s
and continue to hold it down.
changeover has been completed successfully
when the channel status LEDs light up
alternately.
4 Check whether the channel operating mode is set
correctly for each channel (step 1). To correct the
channel operating mode on the actuator, repeat
steps 1 to 3.
How to put the actuator into operation
1 Open the flap.
2 Press the programming button.
The red programming LED lights up.
3 Load the physical address and application from the
ETS into the actuator.
The red programming LED goes out.
After downloading, the actuator can have the following
statuses:
ED
H
Xa
Hand
RUN
Xb
Xa
Only the operating LED "RUN" lights up.
The application was loaded successfully, the actuator
is ready for operation. This signalises that the channel
operating mode set at the actuator conforms to that
set in the application program.
1 You should now make sure that the loads
connected conform to the operating mode of the
channel.
Xb
G
After 3 s, the manual operation LED D flashes and
the channel status LEDs H show the status of the
channels.
– Channel status LEDsH flash alternately: Blind
operation
– Channel status LEDs H light up continuously:
Switch operation
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Note: Letting go of the manual operation key
will not change the operating mode. The
actuator goes back to the default operating
mode.
2 Continue to hold down the manual operation key
E. Also press the two channel keys G of the
channel to be toggled. The channel changes to
"Switch operation" mode. The changeover has
been completed successfully when the channel
status LEDs light up continuously.
3 Now, let go of all the keys. The LED "Hand" goes
out.
The changeover from blind operation to switch
operation is completed.
Both channel status LEDs and the operating LED
"RUN" flash together.
This signalises an error message. The channel
operating mode set on the actuator does not match
that in the application.
1 You should now make sure that the loads
connected conform to the operating mode of the
channel.
2 Set the channel operating mode at the actuator and
in the application so that they conform to the load
connected.
To correct the channel operating mode on the actuator,
follow the steps detailed in the section "How to toggle
between blind and switch operation. To correct the
channel operating mode in the application, change the
parameter "Operating mode".
Note: Carry out steps 1 to 3 again to change
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How manual operation works
Normally, you control the blinds or lights using pushbuttons or by remote control. However, you can also
switch the actuator to manual operation and then use
the channel keys to manually raise or lower each blind
or switch the lights on and off. In order to be able to do
this, the ETS parameter "Manual operation enabled"
must be set to "enabled" and mains or bus voltage
must be present.
Manual operation before downloading the application
for the first time
Immediately after the initial installation, you can switch
the actuator to manual operation, e.g. in order to test
the connections of the blinds.
Manual operation with the ETS setting "Bus and
manual operation"
In manual operation, the actuator also responds to EIB
telegrams. The command last received is given
priority. Exception: Safety and security alarms always
have priority with this setting.
Manual operation with the ETS setting "Manual
operation only"
In manual operation, the actuator does not respond to
EIB telegrams, nor to safety alarms! This setting can
be useful when carrying out maintenance, for
example.
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Caution! The loads could become damaged.
When operating loads in "Manual operation
only" using the channel keys, prioritised safety
functions (e.g. weather alarm position, priority
control) no longer work. To prevent damage you
should therefore be very careful when operating
manually.
Note: Make sure that the ETS parameter
"Manual operation type" is set to "Bus and
manual operation" (not "Manual operation only")
when you hand over the system to the operator.
Time-limited manual operation is another function that
can be set in the ETS. With this function, you can set
a time period after which manual operation (including
"Manual operation only") is cancelled automatically.
The actuator then responds to EIB telegrams again.
How to set the blind actuator to manual operation
L
L
N
BUS LED
Prog.
N
address:
0A 5090
1a
C
2a
H
Hand
RUN
1b
2b
D
1a
2a
E
1b
2b
G
KNX
EIB
1a
1b
2a
2b
1 Briefly press the manual operation key E.
The red manual operation LED D lights up. The
actuator is in manual operation.
– The green operational LED "RUN" C goes out when
"Manual operation only" is set in the ETS.
– The green operational LED "RUN" C remains on
when "Bus and manual operation" is set in the ETS.
When both channel status LEDs and the green
operating LED "RUN" flash simultaneously in manual
operation, this indicates an error. The faulty channels
cannot be operating manually in this case. Follow the
instructions in the section "What should I do if there is
a problem?".
How to control the blind/roller shutter in manual
operation
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Warning
Blinds/roller shutters can cause injury when
they are moving. If you are operating blinds/
roller shutters using channel keys, make sure
that no people are in the range of movement.
1 To raise (arrow up) or lower (arrow down) the blind
or roller shutter: press the corresponding channel
key G.
2 To halt the movement of travel: press the channel
key again.
The corresponding channel status LED lights up during
movement.
How to control the lights in manual operation
1 To switch lights on and off: press the
corresponding channel key G.
The corresponding channel status LED lights up when
the relay is closed.
How to end manual operation
1 Press the manual operation key E again.
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The red LED D will go out. The green operational LED
"RUN" C will light up. The actuator now only responds
to EIB telegrams.
4. Recognising and rectifying faults
What should I do if there is a problem?
This section contains information about faults which
may occur, and their possible causes.
Yellow channel status LEDs and the green operating
LED "RUN" flash together.
Cause
The channel operating
mode set on the actuator
does not match the channel
operating mode set in the
application.
Solution
Check which channel operating
mode this channel should have.
Toggle the channel operating mode
on the actuator (see section "How to
toggle between blind and actuator
operation" or the channel operating
mode in the application. Check
whether the correct loads are
connected (motor for the blind
channel / luminaire for the switching
channel).
The red manual operation LED "Manual" and the green
operating LED "RUN" are not lit. Manual operation
cannot be activated.
Cause
Solution
Bus and mains voltage have Check both.
failed.
The green operating LED "RUN" is not lit.
Cause
The bus voltage has failed.
Application was not loaded
properly.
Solution
Check bus voltage; only manual
operation is possible.
Load it again.
The green operating LED "RUN" does not light up, the
red manual operation LED lights up.
Cause
Solution
Manual operation is active Switch off manual operation.
and "Manual operation only"
is set in the ETS. Only
manual operation is
possible. There is no fault.
Actuator does not react to the manual operation key,
the red manual operation key does not light up, manual
operation is not possible.
Cause
ETS parameter "Manual
operation enabled" is not
enabled. There is no fault.
"Manual operation enabled"
is blocked by an object
(value=0), there is no fault.
Solution
Set the "Manual operation enabled"
parameter to "Enabled/enable".
Enable manual operation via object.
In manual operation, the actuator does not react to the
activation of the channel keys, the red manual
operation LED lights up, manual mode is not possible.
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Cause
The green operational LED
"RUN" is still lit:
The ETS parameter "Manual
operating mode" is set to
"Bus and manual
operation", a prioritised
function (e.g. weather
alarm or lock) is activated,
there is no fault.
The green operating LED
"RUN" is not lit:
The bus voltage has failed
and the ETS parameter
"Manual operation when
bus voltage fails" has been
disabled.
Solution
Wait until the higher-level function
has been completed, or switch the
ETS parameter "Manual operation
type" to "Manual operation only".
Observe the safety note in the
section "How manual operation
works".
Check the bus voltage.
RUN
(gree
n)
Man
ual
(red)
Channel
status
(yellow)
On
-
-
Normal operation
-
On
-
Manual operation
(ETS: manual operation only)
On
On
-
Manual operation
(ETS: Bus and manual operation)
Flashi ng
In manual operation, the actuator controls connected
loads without a channel key being pressed.
Cause
ETS parameter "Manual
operating mode" is set to
"Bus and manual
operation". The control
command for the actuator
came via an EIB telegram.
There is no fault.
When and how the LEDs light up
On
Solution
Switch the ETS parameter "Manual
operating mode" to "Manual
operation only". Observe the safety
note in the section "How manual
operation works".
Flashing
Normal operation - error!
simultaneou The channel whose status LEDs
sly
flash:
The channel operating mode set on
the actuator does not match the
channel operating mode set in the
application. To rectify the error, see
the section "What should I do if there
is a problem?".
Flashi Flashing
ng
alternately /
On
Status query from channel
operation
The channel whose status LEDs
flash:
flash = blind operation
light up permanently = switch
operation
Statuses of the LEDs relative to the supply voltage
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RUN
(gree
n)
Manual
(red)
Channel
status
(yellow)
On
lights up on
manual
operation
lights up
when
activated
Mains and bus voltage
or
bus voltage only
-
lights up on
manual
operation
lights up
when
activated
mains voltage only
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5. Technical data
External auxiliary
voltage:
Supply from EIB:
Nominal voltage:
Load connection:
AC 110–240 V, 50–60 Hz,
max. 2 VA
DC 24 V, max. 17.5 mA
AC 230 V
per blind channel one plug-in 4gang screw terminal for max.
2.5 mm mm2
For each blind output
Nominal current:
10 A, inductive load cosϕ = 0.6
Nominal power of
AC 230 V, max. 1000 W
motor
For each switch
output
Nominal current:
10 A, ohmic load cos ϕ = 1
10 A, inductive load cosϕ = 0.6
Capacitive load:
10 A, max. 105 µF
Incandescent lamps: AC 230 V, max. 2000 W
Halogen lamps:
AC 230 V, max. 1700 W
Fluorescent lamps: AC 230 V, max. 1800 W,
uncompensated
AC 230 V, max. 1000 W parallelcompensated
Switching
frequency:
Fuse:
max. 15x per minute at nominal
load
per channel one 10 A automatic
cutout connected upstream;
only one live conductor may be
used per connecting terminal
Ambient temperature
Operation:
-5 to +45 °C
Storage:
-25 to +55 °C
Transport:
-25 to +70 °C
Environment:
can be used at up to 2000 m
above sea level (MSL)
Max. humidity:
93%, no moisture condensation
Operating elements: 1 programming button
1 "hand" manual operation key
2 channel keys per blind channel
Display elements:
1 red LED: Programming
control
1 green LED: ready for
operation, "RUN"
1 red LED: Manual operation
status
2 yellow status LEDs per blind
channel
EIB connection:
two 1 mm pins for bus
connecting terminal
Mains connection: 4-gang screw terminals for max.
2.5 mm2 2 x L / 2 x N
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6. Settings in the EIB Tool Software (ETS)
Application overview
Selection in the product database
Application overview
Manufacturer:
Product family:
Product type:
Program name:
Media type:
Product name:
Application
Order number:
Merten
4.5
Blind actuator
4.5.01 DIN rail-mounted REG-K
Blind.switch 5701/1.0
Twisted Pair
Blind/switch actuator REG-K/ 12x/
24x/10 with manual mode
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Vers. Functions
Blind.switch 5701/1.0 1
Settings for blinds/roller shutters:
Moving height position and slat
opening angle manually
Move height position and slat opening
angle using absolute position
commands
Calibration/Reference movement
Scene function – Integrating the blind
actuator into scene control
Weather alarm
The application is ETS 3 compatible.
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To guarantee the full functionality of the
applications under ETS2, the ETS2 program
from version 1.2 onwards and Service Release A
or higher should be used. If you have any
queries, contact the Merten infoline.
Switching settings:
Outputs switch in the make contact or
break contact relay modes
Central function
Time functions (on/off delay, staircase
lighting function)
Scene function for switch outputs
Higher-level functions (logic operation
function, priority control)
Disable function for switch outputs
Settings for blinds/roller shutters/
switching:
Channel configuration
Manual operation on the device with
disable function for manual operation
options
Status response
Operating display
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6.1 Blind.switch 5701/1.0
Introduction
● General information
This software application enables you to program
blind/switch actuators using manual mode (referred to
below as actuator),
– control blind and roller shutter drives with end
position switch independently of one another
– switch loads via separate, floating make contacts
You can operate each channel either as a blind channel
or as a switching channel. In the "Switching" channel
operating mode, one blind channel is divided into two
equal switching channels. You must change over the
channels at the device itself and in the ETS.
The ETS allows you to individually set the type of
connected load, as well as the functions available to it,
for each of the actuator's output channels.
You can also operate the actuator using the pushbuttons on the front. For more information see the
section "Operation".
All the settings described refer to ETS version 3, but
you can use all the settings and functions with ETS
version 2 as well.
Maximum number of group addresses: 254
Associations: 255
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parameters, group addresses that have already
been connected may be removed.
| configured in such a way that the application
Note: The application files (vd2 and vd3) are
loading time is considerably reduced. When you
convert an ETS 2 project to ETS 3, you lose this
time saving. It therefore makes sense to load
the vd3 file when using ETS 3.
Caution!
If the device is set wrongly, the loads could be
damaged. Make sure that the connected load
conforms to the channel operating mode set on
the actuator and the application.
Caution!
The blind motors can become damaged. The
switching channels are not locked against each
other. Only connect the blind motors to blind
channels.
| blind channel are locked against each other, you
Note: Due to the fact that the output relays of a
cannot switch on both outputs of the channel in
question at the same time.
½
Caution!
If you switch back to the preset values in either
ETS 2 or ETS 3 (by clicking "Standard"), then all
the values that you have changed so far will be
deleted!
| depend on other functions, these dependant
Note: Due to the fact that various functions
functions are only visible and selectable in the
ETS when the preceding function has been
enabled. If you de-select functions or
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● Application functions
The software application for the actuator provides you
with numerous functions, which can be broken down
into three groups for the "Blinds/roller shutters" and
"Switching" settings. The description of the functions
specifies and explains the parameters that are relevant
for these functions. You will find an overview of all the
parameters of the ETS application for the actuator in
the last section "Parameters and settings“.
Settings for blinds/roller shutters
Basic functions
These functions allow you to commission the device
and equip it with simple functionality.
– Defining blind type
– Move height positions and slat opening angle
manually
Advanced functions
– Move height position and slat opening angle using
absolute position commands
– Calibration/Reference movement
– Scene function
Higher-level functions
Higher-level functions are executed before the basic
function and advanced functions.
– Weather alarm
Switching settings
Basic function
These functions allow you to commission the device
and equip it with simple functionality.
– Switching outputs
Advanced functions
– Central function
– Time function (on/off delay, staircase lighting
function)
– Scene function
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Setting the channel operating mode
● Setting the channel operating mode
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Caution!
If the device is set wrongly, the loads could be
damaged. Make sure that the connected load
conforms to the channel operating mode set on
the actuator and the application.
Caution!
The blind motors can become damaged. The
switching channels are not locked against each
other. Only connect the blind motors to blind
channels.
Each output channel can be operated in the blind, roller
shutter or 2 x switching function. In blind and roller
shutter mode, the output contacts of the relay are
locked against each other. They cannot therefore
switch on both contacts of a channel at the same time.
This applies to control via bus telegrams, and to
manual operation on the device.
At the factory, all output channels in the hardware are
preset to the blinds relay operating mode, and the
output contacts are therefore locked.
If you wish to operate an output channel in the 2 x
switching operating mode, you need to convert the
channel operating mode. In the switching channel
operating mode, an output channel is divided into two
separate switching outputs. These two switching
outputs can be switched on and off independently of
each other.
You must set the required channel operating mode
directly on the device (hardware) and in the ETS
(software) parameter settings.
Tab
Channel config
Parameter
Channel X operating mode
| operating mode on the device, please refer to
For information on how to convert the channel
the section "How to toggle between the blind
and the switch operating mode".
Higher-level functions
Higher-level functions are executed before the basic
function and advanced functions:
– Logic operation function or priority control
– Disable function
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Settings for blinds/roller shutters
Blind type 2 (with working position)
● Basic function:
Defining blind type
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If you want to define parameters for a blind, you need
to specify the type of your blind before you start
programming.
The application differentiates between four types of
blind. You can determine the blind type from the
position of its slats during movement. Two of these
types have a mechanically-determined working
position. You can recognise these by the tilted position
of the slats when moving downwards. The working
position restricts the possible opening angle of the
slats, as long as the blind has not reached its lower end
position.
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100 %
Blind type 1 (without working position)
0%
100 %
0%
50 %
100 %
– Upward movement: Slats are in a level, opened
position (slat position 0 %)
– Downward movement: Slats are closed downwards
(slat position 100 %)
– Possible regulating range for the opening angle of
the slats: 0–100 %
For each channel, you can use the "Slat position after
movement" parameter to specify the behaviour of the
slats following a movement. If you set the parameter
to "Working position", you can configure an opening
angle that you want the slats to assume after each
downward and upward movement (not possible when
the height position is 0% following a downward
movement). The preset value of 50 % corresponds to
a slat opening of approximately 45º. Due to the fact
that this position is time-controlled, please note the
section "Running times of the drives".
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Note: Unless stated otherwise, the examples in
type of blind.
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– Upward movement: Slats are in a level, opened
position (slat position 0 %)
– Downward movement: Slats tilted downwards in
working position (slat position in working position)
– Possible regulating range for the opening angle of
the slats:
0 % to working position, if blind is not in lower end
position
0–100 %, if blind is in lower end position
You can use the parameter "What is the current slat
position on downward movement in %?" to configure
the opening angle for the working position.
Blind type 3 (without working position)
0%
100 %
0%
100 %
– Upward movement: Slats are closed upwards (slat
position 0 %)
– Downward movement: Slats are closed downwards
(slat position 100 %)
– Possible regulating range for the opening angle of
the slats: 0–100 %
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For each channel, you can use the "Slat position after
movement" parameter to specify the behaviour of the
slats following a movement. If you set the parameter
to "Working position", you can configure the opening
angle that you want the slats to assume after each
downward and upward movement. The default value
of 50% corresponds to a slat opening of approximately
45º. Due to the fact that this position is timecontrolled, please note the section "Running times of
the drives".
Blind type 4 (with working position)
What blind type to select in the ETS?
For the corresponding blind type setting, you can
configure the "How does the existing blind move?"
parameter in the "X: Blind" tab as follows:
Tab
X: Blind control
Blind type
1
2
3
4
Parameter
How does the existing blind move?
Setting
downwards closed / upwards level
downwards tilted / upwards level
downwards closed / upwards closed
downwards tilted / upwards closed
Also configure the following parameters.
For type 1 and 3:
0%
Tab
X: Blind control
Parameter
Slat position after movement
Slat working position in %
only when the "Position of slat after
movement" parameter = working
position)
For type 2 and 4:
0%
0%
100 %
Tab
X: Blind control
Parameter
Slat position after movement
What is the current slat position on
downward movement in %?
Slat adjustment function
– Upward movement: Slats are closed upwards (slat
position 0 %)
– Downward movement: Slats tilted in working
position downwards (slat position in working
position)
– When the lower end position is reached, the slats
are closed (slat position 100 %)
– Possible adjustment range for the opening angle of
the slats:
0 % to working position, if blind is not in lower end
position
0–100 %, if blind is in lower end position
You can use the parameter "What is the current slat
position on downward movement in %?" to configure
the opening angle for the working position.
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Every time the blind moves, the position of the slats
also changes depending on the direction of
movement. After movement, the slats remain in this
new position. This application, however, allows you to
automatically adjust or reset the position of the slats
after a movement.
Use the "Slat position after movement" parameter to
specify the behaviour of the slats after a movement for
each blind channel.
Tab
X: Blind control
Parameter
Slat position after movement
The following parameters are available:
– no response (slats remain in the current position)
– working position (slats are moved into the working
position)
– last slat position (the slats resume the opening
position that they had before the movement
started)
The slat opening angle that you specify here is applied
after every positioning movement of the blind and also
after every manual movement command ended by a
stop telegram.
After a bus voltage failure or a download, the last slat
position is not clearly defined. As a result, the
corresponding working position is used as the last slat
position.
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Running times of the drives
| the time basis in each case allows you to
Note: Selecting the smallest possible value as
achieve the most precise results for the internal
device time setting.
The importance of the drive running times setting
depends on the desired control task for the blind or
roller shutter.
The application provides you with the following
parameters for setting running times:
– Height running time
– Slat step interval (for blind function)
– Slat running time (for blind function)
– Pause on reverse for change of direction
You also have various options for compensating small
time deviations caused by physical conditions or
technical drive properties:
– Running time upwards supplement
– Dead time until upwards movement
– Slat open up start-up supplement (for blind function)
– Slat open down start-up supplement (for blind
function)
Selecting the smallest possible value as the time basis
in each case allows you to achieve the most precise
results for the internal device time setting.
Tips for setting values
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, then correct the
running times upwards. If the positions are overshot,
then correct the running times downwards. Use new
position commands to check your corrections. Carry
out several tests because you will only see or detect
the small discrepancies after a few movements.
When making corrections, it makes sense to change
the value for the running time factor and to leave the
value for the running time basis the same.
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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.
For more information, refer to the section "Calibration/
Reference movement".
Running times for basic function
You only have to measure and set the following
running times in order to configure a simple basic
function:
Height running time
Tab
X: Drive
Parameter
Time basis for height running time
Factor for height running time (1064000)
1 second = 1000 ms
The running time is always comprised of the time
basis multiplied by the factor, e .g. (default value):
100 ms * 1200 = 120 s
The drive needs this period of time to move out of one
end position (blind/roller shutter is fully open or closed)
into the opposite end position. When the set running
time expires, the relay of the corresponding channel is
automatically switched off (even if the drive with the
values set here has not fully reached its end position).
You may want to check whether the drive
manufacturer has made any specifications regarding
running times.
Slat step interval (only for blind)
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. Time basis multiplied by factor allows you to
configure the duration of this kind of gradual rotation:
Tab
X: Drive
Parameter
Time basis for slat step interval
Factor for slat step interval (5-255)
Example (default values):
10 ms * 10 = 100 ms
Depending on the total running time in one direction of
movement, the step interval allows you to provide the
user with a certain number of steps for opening or
closing the slats.
If the running time is 2.5 s for example, then the drive
needs approx. 25 steps to go through the entire slat
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opening range in one direction (2.5 s / 100 ms = 25
steps).
Using the same example, if you only want to give the
user five slat steps:
2.5 s / 5 steps = 0.5 s step interval
Leave the time basis of the step interval at 10 ms and
set the factor of the step interval to 50:
10 ms * 50 = 0.5 s step interval
Slat running time (only for blind)
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:
Type 1
Type 2
Type 3
Type 4
Slat
position
0%
level open
level open
up closed
up closed
Slat
position
100 %
down
closed
down
closed
down
closed
down
closed
Tab
X: Drive
Parameter
Time basis for slat running time
Factor for slat running time (5-255)
Example (default values):
10 ms * 100 = 1000 ms = 1 s
How to measure small slat running times:
– Move the slats into the closed position (slat position
100 %). This is the lower end position for blind types
with working position.
– Count step commands: 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.
– The step interval values set (default step interval:
100 ms) is used to calculate the slat running time:
100 ms * 5 steps = 0.5 s
How to measure large slat running times
– Move the slats into the closed position (slat position
100 %). This is the lower end position for blind types
with working position.
– Now send a movement command upwards.
Before the drive opens the blind, the slats turn into
the open position (0 %).
Measure the time it takes them to turn.
– Stop the drive after turning.
– For blind type 2 and 4 (with working position),
ensure that the closed slat position is not engaged
until in the lower end position. Then also add on the
time it takes to turn from the working position to the
closed position.
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| setting for the slat running time influences the
Note: For blind types 1 and 2, 3 and 4, your
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.
Pause on reverse for change of direction
When the blind actuator of a drive that is currently
moving receives a command to move in the opposite
direction, it first stops the drive (both relays off).
Before it switches on the relay for the new direction, it
waits for the pause on reverse interval to pass. Set the
length of the pause on reverse using the factor:
Tab
X: Drive
Parameter
Pause on reverse for change of
direction (1-255) factor * 100 ms,
manufacturer data!
100 ms is the underlying time basis. Example (default
values):
5 * 100 ms (fixed value) = 500 ms
The blind actuator also observes the pause on reverse
if, when executing two step commands, it has to turn
the slats in different directions.
½
Caution!
Pauses on reverse that are too short could
cause damage to the drive.
When setting values, observe the
manufacturer's specifications for the drive
under all circumstances.
Running times for advanced functions and
positioning commands
The advanced functions and direct positioning
commands allow you to move the connected blinds or
roller shutters into the desired position directly and, in
the case of blinds, configure the opening angle of the
slats also.
Tab
X: Drive
Parameter
Advanced drive parameter
Due to the fact that the actuated drive cannot provide
any status feedback on its position, these positioning
movements are time controlled. Here it is important to
set the running time parameter as precisely as
possible because the more precisely you set this
parameter, the more precisely the desired position can
be determined and engaged. This is particularly the
case for buildings that demand sophisticated blind
control.
Positioning will be more precise the slower and longer
a drive moves.
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The settings for the height running time have already
been explained. You can also set the following
parameters contingent upon physical circumstances
and the drive.
Running time upwards supplement
The running time supplement only applies for upward
drive movements. This is due to the physical fact of
gravity: it takes drives longer to move up than down.
Due to the fact that this time variation can be very
short, you need to carry out a few movements in order
to become aware of this behaviour. It's a good idea to
move the drive from 10% to 90% and back to 10%
again a few times. If, after these movements, you
observe that the drive doesn't quite reach the top end
position any more, you can compensate as follows:
Tab
X: Drive
Parameter
Shared time basis for running time
supplements/dead time
Factor for running time upwards
supplement
Example (default values):
10 ms * 20 = 200 ms
Dead time until upwards movement
If, when in the closed lower end position, the used
blind experiences dead time between the time when
the main band is activated and the first upward
movement, then you can compensate for this delay as
follows:
Tab
X: Drive
Parameter
Advanced drive parameter
Shared time basis for running time
supplements/dead time
Factor for dead time to upward
movement (1-255)
the slat cords. This depends on the current position of
the slats. You can use the following parameter to set a
start-up supplement for both the top and bottom slat
position.
These parameters allow you to set the start-up delay
for an upwards movement until the slat turns when
the slats are in the open position (0%) (the previous
blind movement was an upwards movement):
Tab
X: Drive
Parameter
Advanced drive parameter
Shared time basis for running time
supplements/dead time
Factor for slat open up start-up
supplement
The start-up delay until the slat turns that you specify
here is always considered when the blind is opened if
the slats are in the closed position (100 %) (the
previous blind movement was a downwards
movement):
Tab
X: Drive
Parameter
Advanced drive parameter
Shared time basis for running time
supplements/dead time
Factor for slat open down start-up
supplement
| that the drive is switched on for a minimum
Note: For every slat movement, it is assumed
running time. This minimum running time of the
slat results from the switching capacity of the
actuator's relay and is 20 ms. Slat movements
that are mathematically less than 20 ms are not
carried out.
Example:
10 ms * 10 = 100 ms
Slat running time with time-controlled positioning
In addition to the specifications already described for
the slat running times, the following values apply in the
case of time-control positioning:
– 0 %: Slats open or in the top closed position
– 100 %: Slats closed or in the bottom closed position
The resulting opening angle depends on the type of
blind in use.
The device converts the set slat running time to a value
between 0% and 100% accordingly and calculates the
resulting travel times for the desired position
commands.
Start-up supplement
When opening the slats, some blind types need an
extra start-up supplement until the slats start to
respond depending on the tightening and loosening of
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● Basic functions:
Moving height position and slat opening angle
manually
The basic function allows you to move the connected
drive into the desired position. You have two
communication objects to do this: "Movement object"
and "Stop/step object" (for roller shutters: "Stop
object").
– Move drive
The "Movement object" 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.
– Running time
The active output remains active until the set
running time expires. If a new movement command
in the same direction is received, then the drive
continues moving.
– Pause on reverse for change of direction
If, during a drive movement, a control command in
the opposite direction is received, then the drive
stops and waits for the defined pause on reverse
time before moving in the new direction of
movement.
– Stop drive
A drive that is currently moving is stopped when it
receives a bus telegram for the "Stop/step object"
(for roller shutters: "Stop object"). The object value
received is irrelevant.
– Slat adjustment
When the drive has been stopped, then the slats
are turned into the desired position depending on
the settings for the "Slat position after movement"
parameter.
– Turn blind slats
The "Stop/step object" allows you to adjust the
opening angle of the slats gradually for blinds. The
drive must be idle. If the communication object
receives the object value "1", then the slats are
closed by one increment; if "0" is received, they are
opened (type 1).
Note the following special cases:
1. 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 set step
interval.
2. 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.
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Parameter settings in the ETS
Set the following parameters for this function in the
ETS:
Tab
Parameter
Channel
config
X: Blind
control
Channel X operating mode
X: Drive
How does the existing blind
move?
Slat position after
movement
Slat working position in %
What is the current slat
position on downward
movement in %
Time basis for height
running time
Factor for height running
time
(10-64000)
1 second = 1000 ms
Time basis for slat step
interval
Factor for slat step interval
(5-255)
Time basis for slat running
time
Factor for slat running time
(5-255)
Pause on reverse for
change of direction (1-255)
factor x 100 ms,
manufacturer data!
Blind
control
X
Roller
shutter
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Communication objects
Communication objects for blind:
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
1 bit
Low
WC
Receive
Blind control Stop/step object 1 bit
Low
WC
Receive
Blind control Movement
object
Communication objects for roller shutters:
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Roller
shutter
Movement
object
1 bit
Low
WC
Receive
Roller
shutter
stop object.
1 bit
Low
WC
Receive
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Settings for this function:
– "Movement object" = "0": Blind/Roller shutter open
– "Movement object" = "1": Blind/Roller shutter close
– Drive is moving and "Stop/step object" or "Stop
object" = "0" or "1": Stop drive
Extra for blinds:
– Drive is idle and "Stop/step object" = "0": Slats one
step upwards
– Drive is idle and "Stop/step object" = "1": Slats one
step downwards.
Special cases:
– Slats in top end position (slat position 0 %) and
"Stop/step object" = "0": Height position moves one
step upwards
– Slats in bottom end position (slat position 100 %)
and "Stop/step object" = "1": Height position moves
one step downwards.
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● Advanced functions:
Move height position and slat opening angle
using absolute position commands
This function allows you to set a height position, and in
the case of blinds the opening angle of the slats,
directly using a percentage value. The desired
percentage value always relates to the possible
movement range of 0–100 % that you set by
specifying the running times. You therefore set an
absolute height position for the entire movement
range.
After receiving a new position value, the blind actuator
calculates a proportional movement time from the
current position and the new desired position and then
moves the drive in the corresponding direction of
movement for this period of time. The new position is
buffered. The precision of the position settings
depends on the precision of your settings for the drive
running times.
After a few position movements, there will be minimal
deviations between the actual position and the
calculated position for physical and mechanical
reasons. You can reset these deviations with
reference movements.
If a reference movement is necessary before a new
position movement, then the blind actuator allows this
to be carried out before moving into the new setpoint
position (see the section "Calibration/Reference
movement").
The communication objects "Height position" and "Slat
position" allow you to set the absolute position values.
– Set height position
The "Height position" object 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.
– Turn slats into opening position
The "Slat position" object 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.
When it receives a new position value, the blind
actuator calculates the running time necessary to
reach the new position from the current position. Then
the drive is moved to the new position for the
calculated period of time. The calculation also
determines the direction of travel. If, during a
positioning movement, the device receives a new
position value and the calculation results in the same
direction of travel, then the drive continues moving
until it reaches the new setpoint position.
– Pause on reverse for change of direction
If, during a drive movement or slat adjustment, a
new position command is received and the
calculation results in the opposite direction of travel,
then the drive stops and waits for the defined pause
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on reverse time before starting the new position
movement.
– Slat adjustment
When the height position of the blind is changed
and the blind reaches the desired position, then the
slat adjustment function is carried out and the slats
are moved into the desired position.
Parameter settings in the ETS
Set the following parameters for this function in the
ETS:
Tab
Parameter
Channel
config
X: Blind
control
Channel X operating mode
X: Drive
How does the existing
blind move?
Slat position after
movement
Slat working position in %
What is the current slat
position on downward
movement in %
Advanced drive parameter
Time basis for height
running time
Factor for height running
time (10-64000)
1 second = 1000 ms
Shared time basis for
running time supplements/
dead time
Factor for running time
upwards supplement
Factor for dead time until
upwards movement
Factor for slat open up
start-up supplement
Factor for slat open down
start-up supplement
Time basis for slat step
interval
Factor for slat step interval
(5-255)
Time basis for slat running
time
Factor for slat running time
(5-255)
Pause on reverse for
change of direction (1-255)
Factor x 100 ms,
manufacturer data!
Blind
control
X
Roller
shutter
X
Application examples
The following examples show the running times that
result in order to reach certain positions.
Starting position and set values:
– Blind type 1, working position 50 %, slat
adjustment = working position
– Running times:
Slat open up/down start-up supplement disabled
Height running time 120 s
Running time supplement upwards 0.2 s
Slat running time 2.5 s
– Current height position 0 % (blind up)
– Current slat position 0 % (slats open)
X
0%
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
50 %
100
%
X
New height position: 50 %
Step 1:
Close slats for downwards movement = 2.5 s
(Slat running time from 0 % to 100 %)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
0%
50 %
100
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Step 2:
Height running time = 60 s, downwards direction
(Difference between current position 0 % and new
position 50 % = 50 % of height running time)
New height position: 30 %
Step 1:
Open slats for the upwards movement = 1.25 s
(Slat running time from 50 % to 0 %)
0%
50 %
100
%
Step 3:
Slat adjustment into the working position after
downwards movement = 1.25 s
(Slat running time from 100 % to 50 %)
0%
50 %
50 %
0%
50 %
50 %
100
%
Step 2:
Height running time = 24 s, upwards direction
(Difference between current position 50 % and new
position 30 % = 20 % of height running time)
plus
Running time supplement upwards = 0.04 s
(Difference between current position 50 % and new
position 30% = 20% of running time supplement)
0%
30 %
100
50 %
%
Total movement time therefore:
2.5 s + 60 s + 1.25 s = 63.75 s
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Step 3:
Slat adjustment into the working position after
upwards movement = 1.25 s
(Slat running time from 0 % to 50 %)
Communication objects
Communication objects for blind:
Function
Object name
Type
Channel X
Position height
1 byte Low
Prio
Flags Behaviour
WC
Receive
Channel X
Position slats
1 byte Low
WC
Receive
Communication objects for roller shutters:
0%
Function
Object name
Type
Channel X
Position height
1 byte Low
Prio
Flags Behaviour
WC
Receive
30 %
50 %
50 %
100
%
Total movement time therefore:
1.25 s + 24 s + 0.04 s + 1.25 s = 26.54 s
New slat position: 20 %
Step 1:
Slat running time = 750 ms
(Difference between current position 50 % and new
position 20 % = 30 % of slat running time)
0%
20 %
30 %
50 %
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● Advanced functions:
Calibration/Reference movement
The blind actuator calculates the current position of a
drive from the running times that you set 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 set 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.
| important if you are working with a lot of
Note: The calibration function is primarily
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.
Operation
A reference movement can be triggered after a certain
number of movements. When a reference movement
is triggered, the drive moves into the desired
reference position (end position). If you have set both
end positions as reference positions, then the drive
moves into the nearest end position, depending on its
current position. In order to ensure that the drive
reaches the end position fully, the actuator adds a
running time supplement of 5% of the total running
time to the calculated movement time for every
reference movement.
Application example
– Blind type 1, automatic slat position after
downwards movement (working position) 50 %
– Open slat start-up supplement: disabled
– Height running time 120 s
Running time supplement upwards 0.2 s
Slat running time 2.5 s
– Current height position 40 %
Current slat position 50 % (work position)
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0%
40 %
50 %
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) 6 s
– Total movement time of the reference
movement 55.33 s
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.
| alarm is activated, then the calibrating function
Note: If during a calibration function a weather
is cancelled and the higher-level function is
executed.
You can activate the calibration function for every
channel individually: Enable the "Calibration"
parameter.
Tab
X: Blind control
X: Roller shutter
Parameter
Calibration
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A new tab "X:Calibration" appears for those channels
for which you activated the calibration function. Here
you can make the desired settings for each channel.
Using the "Reference position" parameter, first select
the end position that you want to use as the reference
position.
Tab
X: Calibration
Parameter
Reference position
Then you can specify when a reference movement
should be triggered:
Parameter settings in the ETS
Set the following parameters for this function in the
ETS:
Tab
X: Blind control
X: Roller shutter
X: Calibration
Parameter
Calibration
number of movements until a reference
movement is executed (1-20)
Reference position
Automatic calibration
Trigger reference movement after a certain number
of movements
The actuator adds the number of all movements
regardless of which control command triggered the
movements. Once the defined number of movements
has been reached, the drive carries out a reference
movement before the next positioning command.
Then it moves into the required position. After the
reference movement, the movement counter is reset.
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 of 5% 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. When the end position is
reached, the movement counter is reset.
Reference movement after initialisation
The aim of the reference movement after a download
or recovered bus voltage is to have an exact starting
position for subsequent position movements.
| initialisation is always carried out, even if the
Note: The reference movement after
"General reference movement" function is
disabled.
The reference movement is triggered by an absolute
positioning command. These are, for example, the
receipt of a value on the "Height position"object, the
retrieval of scenes, or if an absolute position is
assumed in the event of a weather alarm. If after
initialisation the "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. Only when the
"Reference position" is set to "down" does a reference
movement take place towards the lower end position.
If you enabled transmission of the status messages
"Height status" and/or "Slat status" (active status
feedback object), the current status is automatically
transmitted via this object.
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● Advanced functions:
Scene function
If you want to change various room functions at the
same time using a bus telegram, then the scene
function is ideal. Retrieving a scene allows you, for
example, to dim the room lighting to a desired value,
move the blinds into a desired position and turn the
slats, switch heating control to daytime operation and
switch on the power to the socket-outlets in a room.
Due to the fact that these functions can have different
telegram formats and moreover, the telegram values
have different meanings (e. g., for lighting value "0"
means OFF and for blinds OPEN), without the scene
function you would have to send a separate telegram
to each actuator to achieve the same result.
The scene function allows you to integrate the blind
actuator into scene control. There are up to five
different scenes for each output channel. Each of
these scenes can be assigned one of 64 possible
scene addresses (which correspond to telegram
values 0 to 63). You can save height positions, and for
blinds also slat opening angles, as scene values. When
the actuator receives a telegram that retrieves a scene
address, the drive is moved into the saved position and
the slats are turned. The scene values that you save on
commissioning can be replaced later by users if they
wish to make an alteration.
Telegram format
Telegrams for the scene function have the data format
L X D D D D D D.
L: Learn bit
X: is not used
DDDDDD: scene address retrieved
If the learn bit in a telegram has the value "0", the
position values saved for this scene address are
retrieved and engaged.
If the learn bit has the value "1", then the current drive
and slat positions are saved as new scene values for
the scene address.
Examples:
– Telegram value 2
Binary 0000 0010
Hexadecimal 02
Retrieve scene address 2
– Telegram value 45
Binary 0010 1101
Hexadecimal 2D
Retrieve scene address 45
– Telegram value 173
Binary 1010 1101
Hexadecimal AD
Learn scene address 45
– Telegram value 190
Binary 1011 1110
Hexadecimal BE
Learn scene address 62
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Enable scene function
In order to be able to use the scene function for the
individual channels, you first have to enable the
function for the device once:
Tab
General
Parameter
Scenes general
After you enable the function, the communication
object "Scene object" appears. This object receives the
scene telegrams.
Now you can enable the function for each channel:
Tab
X: Blind control
X: Roller shutter
Parameter
Scenes
After you enable the "Scenes" parameter, the "X:
Scenes" tab appears. Here you can assign the scene
addresses and scene values. You can individually
enable the five scenes.
Parameter settings in the ETS
Set the following parameters for this function in the
ETS:
Tab
General
X: Blind control
X: Roller shutter
X: Scenes
Parameter
Scenes general
Scenes
Replace scene values in the actuator on
download
Scene 1
Scene 1: Scene address (0-63)
Scene 1: Height pos. in %
Scene 1: Slat pos. in %
(only for blind)
Scene 2
Scene 2: Scene address (0-63)
Scene 2: Height pos. in %
Scene 2: Slat pos. in %
(only for blind)
Scene 3
Scene 3: Scene address (0-63)
Scene 3: Height pos. in %
Scene 3: Slat pos. in %
(only for blind)
Scene 4
Scene 4: Scene address (0-63)
Scene 4: Height pos. in %
Scene 4: Slat pos. in %
(only for blind)
Scene 5
Scene 5: Scene address (0-63)
Scene 5: Height pos. in %
Scene 5: Slat pos. in %
(only for blind)
Retrieving and storing scenes
The "Scene object" object allows you to retrieve scene
values. When a scene telegram is received, the
actuator evaluates the scene address. If a reference
movement is necessary before moving, the reference
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movement is carried out first and then the drive moves
into the requested position.
If the "Scene object" receives a scene telegram with
learn bit "1", then the current position, and in the case
of blind drives, the current slat position, is saved as the
new scene value in all those scenes allocated the
scene number received.
| scenes within a channel, only the scene first
Note: If a scene address is assigned to several
found with this scene address is retrieved or
stored. You can avoid this by issuing different
scene addresses within a channel.
Example:
– Output channel 1
Scene 1 activated to scene address 13
Scene 1 height position = 50 %,
Scene 1 slat position = 75 %,
Scene 2 activated to scene address 7
Scene 2 height position = 0 %,
Scene 2 slat position = 0 %,
Scene 3, 4, 5 deactivated
– Output channel 5
Scene 1 activated to scene address 7
Scene 1 height position = 100 %,
Scene 1 slat position = 0 %,
Scene 3 activated to scene address 21
Scene 3 height position = 50 %,
Scene 3 slat position = 50 %,
Scene 2, 4, 5 deactivated
Scene object receives "Retrieve scene address 13"
telegram:
– Output channel 1:
moves into position 50 % height, 75 % slat
– Output channel 5:
does not react
Scene object receives "retrieve scene address 1"
telegram:
– Actuator does not respond because scene address
1 is not assigned.
Scene object receives "Retrieve scene address 7"
telegram
– Output channel 1:
moves into position 0 % height, 0 % slat
– Output channel 5:
moves into position 100 % height, 0 % slat
Scene object receives "Retrieve scene address 21"
telegram
– Output channel 1:
does not react
– Output channel 5:
moves into position 50 % height, 50 % slat
Blinds are moved manually into the following
positions:
– Output channel 1:
Height position = 30 %, slat position = 70 %
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– Output channel 5:
Height position = 20 %, slat position = 10 %
The scene object now receives a learning telegram for
scene address 13
– Output channel 1:
Scene 1 height position = 30 %, scene 1 slat
position = 70 %
– Output channel 5:
no reaction
Scene object receives "Retrieve scene address 13"
telegram
– Output channel 1:
does not react, because the position (30 % height,
70 % slat) has already been reached.
– Output channel 5 does not respond
Note the difference with the first retrieval of scene
address 13!
If you enabled the parameter "Replace scene values in
the actuator on download", then the scene values
saved in the device are replaced with your default
values on download. If you don't want to replace the
values in the device, then you must disable this
parameter. In this case, only those scene values for
which the parameters were set during the first
download are written into the device memory. If an
application is then downloaded, the scene values will
remain in the device memory.
Communication objects
Use the following object to retrieve the scene
function:
Function
Object name
Type
Scenes
Scene object
1 byte Low
Prio
Flags Behaviour
WC
Receive
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● Higher-level function:
Weather alarm
Now you can set the relevant monitoring time for each
active sensor by specifying a factor:
You can use the priority "Weather alarm" function with
the blind actuator.
Higher-level functions are executed before the basic
function and advanced functions.
The weather alarm functions allow you to protect the
blinds or roller shutters from weather damage such as
wind and rain. If an alarm is triggered, the drives move
into a safe position and stay there until the event has
passed.
Tab
General weather alarm
Enabling the weather alarm function
Enable the weather alarm function for the blind
actuator as a higher-level function:
Tab
General
Parameter
Weather alarm function
Once you have enabled the function, the new "General
weather alarm" tab appears. Here you can configure
the alarm functions in detail for the wind and rain
alarm.
You can enable and disable the individual alarm
functions separately. For each function you enable, a
communication object appears through which the
sensor signals are received.
Cyclical monitoring of sensor signals
The signals of the active weather sensors can be
monitored cyclically. The device then expects a
telegram from the sensor in question within the set
cycle time. If it doesn't receive this telegram within
the monitoring period, the associated weather alarm is
still triggered for security reasons (if for example the
sensor or the cable connection between the sensor
and the blind actuator is defective and no signalling
takes place in the event of a real alarm).
First define the time basis for the monitoring time:
Tab
General weather alarm
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Parameter
Time basis for monitoring time of
weather alarms
Parameter
Wind alarm
(if wind alarm enabled) Factor for
wind alarm monitoring time
Rain alarm
(if rain alarm enabled) Factor for rain
alarm monitoring time
The monitoring time is calculated by multiplying the
time basis by the factor. If you have disabled the value
of a factor, then cyclical measured value monitoring
will not take place for this sensor value. In this case 1bit telegrams trigger the alarm.
Weather alarm priorities
You can prioritise the weather alarms as you wish.
Tab
General weather alarm
Parameter
Priority sequence of weather alarms
This prioritisation applies for all blind and roller-shutter
channels for which you have enabled the weather
protection function. Responses to a weather alarm
only become active if there is no other higher-level
weather alarm active at the same time. If a weather
alarm is reset and there is another lower-priority
weather alarm active at the same time, then the
responses of the lower-priority alarm are carried out.
Response of the individual drives in the event of a
weather alarm
After you have prioritised the weather alarm functions,
you can specify the behaviour of the drive in the event
of a weather alarm for each output channel. First you
must enable the weather alarm function for each
output channel:
Tab
X: Blind control
X: Roller shutter
Parameter
Weather alarm
When you have enabled the weather alarm function
for an output channel, a new tab appears: "X: Weather
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First select how you want the drive to respond to an
active weather alarm:
Tab
X: Weather alarm
Parameter
Response to the wind alarm
Response to the rain alarm
If a wind alarm becomes active, the drive has one of
the following responses depending on its settings:
– No response: The drive remains in its current
position.
– Up: The drive moves into the top end position.
– Down: The drives moves into the lower end
position.
– Move to position: The drives moves into the
specified safety position.
When the drive has responded accordingly, it remains
in this position and cannot be operated as long as the
weather alarm is active. Only when a higher-level
function becomes active will the response defined for
this function be carried out.
If you want the drive to move into a special safety
position, you can define this position using the
following parameters:
Tab
X: Weather alarm
The drive then carries out the following functions:
– No response: The drive remains in its current
position.
– Up: The drive moves into the top end position.
– Down: The drives moves into the lower end
position.
– Move into position prior to weather alarm: The drive
returns to the same position it was in before the
weather alarm.
Communication objects
The following communication objects are available:
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Weather
alarm
Wind alarm
1 bit
Low
WC
Receive
Weather
alarm
Rain alarm
1 bit
Low
WC
Receive
Parameter
Height position on weather alarm in
%
Slat position on weather alarm in %
This safety position applies for both weather alarms if
you selected the "Move to position" parameter value as
the response to a weather alarm.
Drive behaviour after weather alarm ends
When the sensor values of the weather sensors return
to within the normal measurement range, the weather
alarms are deactivated again. You can specify how you
want the drive to respond when the weather alarm
ceases to be active.
Tab
X: Weather alarm
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Behaviour on end of all weather
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Switching settings
To switch electronic loads on and off, you can set the
output channels of the actuator to the "Switching"
operating mode. You can select the operating mode
for each channel in the "Channel config" tab:
Tab
Channel config
Channel X
Switching - channel XB
XA
XB
● Basic function:
Switching outputs
Parameter
Relay operation
The XA and XB output contacts are controlled using
the "Switching object - channel X.A" and "Switching
object - channel X.B" communication objects.
Telegram values have different effects, depending on
the relay operating mode set:
"activated"
"Break contact" relay operation
If the "Switching object" receives a telegram with the
value "0", the contact is closed. If a telegram value of
"1" is received, the contact is opened.
Term definition:
The setting values "activated" and "not activated" are
used for the different switching states of the output
contacts when the parameters are set. In "Break
contact" relay operation, the following relationship
exists:
– activated = contact open
– not activated = contact closed
Telegram
value
"not activated"
If the "Switching" object receives a telegram with the
value "0", the contact is opened.
If a telegram value of "1" is received, the contact is
closed.
Term definition:
The setting values "activated" and "not activated" are
used for the different switching states of the output
contacts when the parameters are set. In "Make
"activated"
Set the following parameters for this function in the
ETS:
Tab
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
Parameter
Relay operation
Communication objects
The switching commands for the output relay are
received via the "Switch object" communication object:
Function
"Make contact" relay operation
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"not activated"
Output
channel
Output
channel
You can specify the relay characteristic (make contact
or break contact) for each output channel in the
"Switching" operating mode in the "Relay operation"
parameter:
Tab
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
Telegram
value
Parameter
Channel X operating mode
If you select the "Switching" operating mode for an
output channel, its output contacts are divided into
two outputs, XA and XB, which can be switched
separately. To enable you to trigger these two outputs,
the "Switch object - channel X.A (1bit)" and "Switch
object - channel X.B (1bit) communication objects
appear.
In the "X.A: Switching" and "X.B: Switching" tabs, you
can make the individual settings for each channel.
Please also note the "Setting the channel operating
mode" section later in this manual when converting
the channel operating mode.
Switching - channel XA
contact" relay operation, the following relationship
exists:
– activated = contact closed
– no activated = contact open
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Channel X.A Switch object
Channel X.B
1 bit
Low
WC
Receive
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● Advanced functions:
Central function
You can use the central function to switch or dim
several output channels simultaneously with a
telegram command. This function is useful, for
example, when you wish to switch off all lights at the
touch of a button before going to bed in the evening,
or when you leave your apartment.
Kitchen
Toilet
Corridor Cellar
Office
Kitchen
Central
switching
station
Corridor
Parameter
Central function
Priority
ON
Prog.
RUN
Toilet
Tab
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
After the "Central function" parameter has been
enabled, an output is switched on an doff by the
"Central object" when a telegram is received.
+ Bus
Hand
After the function has been enabled, the "Central
object" communication object appears, which can now
be used to receive the central control telegrams.
Now you can activate the central function for each
switching channel individually:
The central function has the same priority as the
normal switching function. When a new object value is
received via the "Central object", the effect is the same
as when a new object value is received for the
"Switching object" of the channel. Accordingly, all the
assigned channel functions (e.g. time functions, logic
operation function) are also executed.
Cellar
Parameter settings in the ETS
Office
Tab
General
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
Parameter
Central object
Central function
Communication objects
Kitchen
Toilet
Corridor Cellar
Office
The central control telegrams can be received via the
"Central object" communication object:
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Switching
Central object
1 bit
Low
WC
+ Bus
ON
Prog.
Hand
RUN
Receive
Kitchen
Toilet
Central
switching
station
Corridor
Cellar
Office
Enabling the central function
In order to be able to use the central function for the
individual switching channels, you first have to enable
the function for the device once:
Tab
General
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● Advanced functions:
Time functions
running, the delay time is re-started from the
beginning.
The software application provides different functions
which enable you to switch the connected loads
dependant on time. These are:
– ON delay
– OFF delay
– Staircase lighting function
Telegram
value
11
0 0
"activated"
Output
channel
"not activated"
ON and OFF delay
As a result of the delay function, the relay states are
not altered immediately after a telegram is received,
but only after the set delay time has elapsed:
– The ON delay delays the alteration of the relay
contact from the "not activated" to the "activated"
state after an object value "1" is received on the
"switching object".
– The OFF delay delays the alteration of the relay
contact from the "activated" to the "not activated"
state after an object value "0" is received on the
"switching object".
You can also use both functions together for one
channel.
Telegram
value
1
"activated"
"not activated"
ON delay
OFF delay
Enabling delay times:
In order to use the delay functions with the switching
channels, you must enable them separately for each
switching channel:
Parameter
Delay times
After the "Delay times" function has been enabled, you
can set the function values in a new tab called "X.A/
X.B: delay times":
Tab
X.A: Delay times
X.B: Delay times
Telegram
value
11
0 0
"activated"
Output
channel
"not activated"
0
Output
channel
Tab
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
– enabled, not retriggerable:
When a telegram value is first received, the delay
function is started. After the delay time has elapsed,
the delay relay is switched, regardless of whether
further telegrams with the same value have been
received during the delay time.
Parameter
ON delay
OFF delay
Tab
X.A: Delay times
X.B: Delay times
Parameter
Time base for ON delay
Factor for ON delay (1-255)
Time base for OFF delay
Factor for OFF delay (1-255)
The active time delays are each calculated by
multiplying their setting values for the time basis x
factor. Accordingly, with the standard values, a value of
1 s x 3 = 3 s, results, with a value of 1 s x 120 = 120 s
for the OFF delay.
Interrupting the delay function
If a delay function has been started when a new object
value is received, and if the output channel receives a
telegram with the opposite object value while the
delay time is running, the delay function is interrupted.
The relay is not switched:
– When the object value "0" is received, a running ON
delay is interrupted.
Values to be set:
– disabled:
The function is not active
– enabled, retriggerable:
When a telegram value is received, the delay
function is started. If the "Switch object" receives
the same telegram value again while a delay time is
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– When the object value "1" is received, a running OFF
delay is interrupted.
Telegram
value
1 0
1
0
1 0
"activated"
Output
channel
"not activated"
Staircase lighting function
As well as the switching delays, the staircase lighting
function also provides a third time function for the
switch outputs. As the name already suggests, this
function is used to switch on a load, such as the light
in a staircase, via a bus telegram, and then to switch it
back off after an adjustable period of time has elapsed.
Switching off therefore requires no manually or
automatically generated bus telegram. The actuator
conducts the OFF procedure independently.
Telegram
value
1
Delay functions and staircase lighting function
The combination of an ON delay with the staircase
lighting function results in the delayed start of the
staircase lighting function.
The way in which the staircase lighting function is
combined with an OFF delay depends on how you
have defined the staircase lighting function:
– With the staircase lighting function with manual
OFF option ("with manual OFF"), the OFF delay is
started on the "Switch object" when a manual OFF
telegram is received. The output is switched off
once the OFF delay has expired (not activated).
– With the staircase lighting function without manual
OFF option ("without manual OFF"), the receipt of a
manual OFF telegram has no effect on the "Switch
object". The staircase lighting function runs through
to the end and switches the output relay directly
into the "not activated" state. An OFF delay cannot
be set.
Parameter settings in the ETS
Set the following parameters for the delay function in
the ETS:
Tab
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
X.A: Delay times
X.B: Delay times
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Parameter
Delay times
ON delay
Time base for ON delay
Factor for ON delay (1-255)
OFF delay
Time base for OFF delay
Factor for OFF delay (1-255)
"activated"
Output
channel
"not activated"
Staircase timer
Enabling the staircase lighting function
In order to use the staircase lighting function with the
switching channels, you must enable it separately for
each switching channel:
Tab
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
Parameter
Staircase lighting function
After the has been enabled, you can set the function
values in a new tab called "X.A/X.B: staircase lighting
function":
Tab
X.A: Staircase lighting
function
X.B: Staircase lighting
function
Parameter
Staircase lighting function
Staircase timer
Time base, staircase timer
Factor for staircase timer (1-255)
Pre-warning at the end of the
staircase time
Prewarning time (1-255), factor x 1
s
Manually interrupting the staircase lighting
function
If the "Switch object" receives a new telegram with the
object value "0" while a staircase timer is running, the
reaction of the switching channel will depend on your
setting for the "staircase timer function" parameter:
– with manual OFF: After the object value "0" is
received, the output is switched to the "not
activated" position. In this case, an active OFF delay
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delays the transfer of the relay states from
"activated" to "not activated".
Telegram
value
1
– retriggerable: After a new telegram has been
received with the object value "1", the staircase
timer is restarted.
0
1
1
Telegram
value
"activated"
Output
channel
"not activated"
"activated"
Output
channel
"not activated"
Staircase timer
Staircase timer
– without manual OFF: A telegram with the object
value "0" has no effects. The staircase timer set
continues to run normally until the end. An OFF
delay cannot be set.
Telegram
value
1
0
"activated"
Output
channel
"not activated"
Staircase timer
Restarting the staircase lighting function
If the "Switch object" receives a new telegram with the
object value "1" while a staircase timer is running, the
reaction of the switching channel will depend on your
setting for the "staircase timer" parameter:
– not retriggerable: A new telegram received with the
object value "1" has no effects. The function
continues to run normally.
Telegram
value
1
1
"activated"
Output
channel
"not activated"
Staircase timer
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Setting the staircase timer
If the "Switch object" receives a new telegram with the
object value "1" when a staircase timer function is
active, the output relay of the switching channel is
switched to the "activated" position. After the set
staircase lighting time has expired, the actuator
automatically switches the output relay to the "not
activated" position without a new telegram.
The length of the staircase lighting time is calculated
by multiplying your set values for the "Time basis for
staircase lighting time" parameter x "Staircase lighting
time factor (1-255)". A running time of 3 minutes (1 min
x 3 = 3 mins.) results with the standard values.
Warning given before switching off
With the warning time before switching off, the user
can be informed that the function is due to end soon
when the lighting system switches off briefly. The user
can restart (retrigger) the staircase lighting function
with a push-button action. If they do nothing the
function will continue to run normally.
You can use the "Prewarning at end of staircase
lighting time" parameter to disable or release the OFF
prewarning. When the OFF prewarning has been
released, you can specify whether one, two or three
prewarning impulses should be given. The first
prewarning begins according to the set prewarning
time prior to the normal expiry of the current staircase
lighting time. For each prewarning, the output contact
for the fixed time frame of 500 ms is switched to the
"not activated" state. If you have activated more than
one prewarning, a wait time of 5 seconds is
maintained between the prewarning impulses.
If a running staircase lighting function is interrupted by
a manual OFF function, no prewarning is given.
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Parameter settings in the ETS
Set the following parameters for the staircase lighting
function in the ETS:
Tab
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
X.A: Staircase lighting
function
X.B: Staircase lighting
function
Parameter
Staircase lighting function
Staircase lighting function
Staircase timer
Time base, staircase timer
Factor for staircase timer (1-255)
Pre-warning at the end of the
staircase time
Prewarning time (1-255), factor x 1 s
● Advanced functions:
Scene function
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 and turn the slats, switch
heating control to daytime operation and switch on the
power supply to the socket-outlets in a room.
The telegrams of these functions may not have only
different formats, but also values with a different
meaning (e.g. "0" for lighting OFF and blinds OPEN).
Without the scene functions, you need to send a
separate telegram to each actuator in order to achieve
the same setting.
The scene function allows you to integrate the
channels in the "Switching" operating mode into a
scene control. There are up to five different scenes for
each output channel. Each of these scenes can be
assigned one of 64 possible scene addresses (which
correspond to telegram values 0 to 63). You can enter
the relay states (activated or not activated) for the
output channels as scene values.
When the actuator receives a telegram with the
retrieval of a scene address, the output relay is
switched to the stored setting. The scene values that
you save on commissioning can be replaced later by
users if they wish to make an alteration.
Telegram format
Telegrams for the scene function have the following
data format: L X D D D D D D.
– L = learning bit
– X = is not used
– DDDDDD = scene address retrieved
If the learn bit in a telegram has the value "0", the relay
states stored for this scene address are retrieved and
set.
If the learn bit has the value "1", then the current
output states are saved as new scene values for the
scene address.
Examples:
– Telegram value 57
Binary 0011 1101
Hexadecimal 39
Retrieve scene address 57
– Telegram value 29
Binary 0001 1101
Hexadecimal 1D
Retrieve scene address 29
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– Telegram value 157
Binary 1001 1101
Hexadecimal 9D
Learn scene address 29
– Telegram value 141
Binary 10001101
Hexadecimal 8D
Learn scene address 13
Activating the scene function
In order to be able to use the scene function for the
individual switching channels, you first have to enable
the function for the device once:
Tab
General
Parameter
Scenes general
After you enable the function, the communication
object "Scene object" appears. This object is now able
to receive the scene telegrams.
Now you can activate the function for each switching
channel individually:
Tab
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
Parameter
Scenes
After you enable the "Scenes" parameter, the "X.A:
scenes" or "X.B: scenes" tab appears, in which you can
specify the switching state of the output relay when a
scene is retrieved. You can activate each of the five
scenes independently of each other.
Retrieving and storing scenes
The "Scene object" object allows you to retrieve scene
values for the output relay. After a scene telegram is
received, the actuator evaluates the transmitted scene
address and switches the outputs to the stored scene
values.
If the "Scene object" receives a scene telegram with
learn bit "1", then the current relay state is saved as the
new scene value in all those scenes allocated the
scene number received.
– Scene object receives "Retrieve scene address 20"
telegram
Output channel 1.A: switches ON
Output channel 5.B: switches ON
– Scene object receives "Retrieve scene address 10"
telegram
Output channel 1.A: switches OFF
Output channel 5.B: remains ON
– Switch object 5.B receives "OFF" telegram
Output channel 1.A: remains OFF
Output channel 5.B: switches OFF
– Scene object receives "Learn scene address 20"
telegram
– Scene object receives "Retrieve scene address 20"
telegram
Output channel 1.A: does not react, because the
relay state is already "OFF"
Output channel 5.B: does not react, because the
relay state is already "OFF"
If you enabled the parameter "Replace scene values in
the actuator on download", then the scene values
saved in the device are replaced with your default
values on download. If you don't want to replace the
values in the device, then you must disable this
parameter. In this case, only those scene values for
which the parameters were set during the first
download are written into the device memory. If an
application is then downloaded, the scene values will
remain in the device memory.
Parameter settings in the ETS
Set the following parameters for the scene function in
the ETS:
Tab
General
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
X.A: Scenes
X.B: Scenes
| scenes within a channel, only the scene first
Note: If a scene address is assigned to several
found with this scene address is retrieved or
stored. You can avoid this by issuing different
scene addresses within a channel.
Example - State after downloading:
– Output channel 1.A
Scene 1 active with scene address 10
with relay state OFF
Scene 2 active with scene address 20
with relay state ON
– Output channel 5.B
Scene 3 active with scene address 20
with relay state ON
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Parameter
Scenes general
Scenes
Replace scene values in the actuator
on download
Scene 1
Scene 1 scene address (0-63)
Scene 1 relay state
Scene 2
Scene 2 scene address (0-63)
Scene 2 relay state
Scene 3
Scene 3 scene address (0-63)
Scene 3 relay state
Scene 4
Scene 4 scene address (0-63)
Scene 4 relay state
Scene 5
Scene 5 scene address (0-63)
Scene 5 relay state
Priority
The scene function has the same priority as the
normal switching function via the "Switch object". This
should be taken into account with regard to the priority
of the higher-level functions.
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Communication objects
● Higher-level functions
The scene telegrams can be received via the "Scene
object" communication object:
Higher-level functions (blocking, logic operation,
priority control) have a higher priority than the basic
functions (switching) and the advanced functions
(central function, time functions, scene function).
The priority sequence is as follows:
1. Disable function
2. Logic operation / priority control
3. Switching, central function, time function, scenes
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Scenes
Scene object
8 bit
Low
WC
Receive
You can enable the "disable function" via:
Tab
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
Parameter
Disable function
For the disable function, the parameter card "X.A/X.B:
disable function" appears.
A parameter enables you to activate one of the two
higher-level functions, "logic operation" or "priority
control" for each switching channel:
Tab
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
Parameter
Priority function
Depending on which higher-level functions you select,
new parameter cards appear in which you can
complete the additional function settings.
For the logic operation function, the parameter card
"X.A/X.B: logic operation" appears. To set the priority
control function, the new parameter card "X.A/X.B:
priority control" appears.
● Higher-level function:
logic operation
If you activate the logic operation function, a new
object is available called the "logic object". The value of
the logic object is logically operated with the current
value of the switch object. The state of the output
relay is determined by the logic result, if no disable
function with a higher priority is active.
Switch object
for output X.A / X.B
Type of
logic operation
Switching state,
output relay X.A / X.B
Logic object
for output X.A / X.B
The logical functions AND, OR and XOR are possible
as logic operations:
Tab
X.A: Logic operation
X.B: Logic operation
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Type of logic operation
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The output relay is switched to the "activated" or "not
activated" state, depending on the result.
Logic operation type = AND
Object
Switch object*
Object
logic operation
Relay status
0
0
not activated
0
1
not activated
1
0
not activated
1
1
activated
Logic operation type = OR
Object
Switch object*
Object
logic operation
Relay status
0
0
not activated
0
1
activated
1
0
activated
1
1
activated
Logic operation type = XOR
Object
Switch object*
Object
logic operation
Relay status
0
0
not activated
0
1
activated
1
0
activated
1
1
not activated
* a running staircase lighting timer function corresponds to object value 1
Example:
A permanent ON or permanent OFF function can be
realised, for example, using the logic operation
function:
– Permanent ON function: OR logic operation and
logic object = "1"
The output is always activated, regardless of the
operation on site. If the logic object receives the
value "0", the output can be operated normally again
on site.
– Permanent OFF function: AND logic operation and
logic object = "0"
The output remains permanently not activated until
the logic object receives the value "1". Only then can
the output also be switched on site. In this way, the
light in a school classroom can be enabled and
blocked using a timer switch, for example.
| disable function with a higher priority is active.
A logic operation is only effective when no
Logic operation function following bus voltage
recovery and downloading
The initial value of the logic object after a bus voltage
recovery and downloading is applied at the logic
operation function input.
After the bus voltage recovery, the logic object can
adopt the following values:
– „0“
– „1“
The relay is directly switched in the specified direction
via the logic operation function and the object values,
if no disable function is active.
Tab
X.A: Logic operation
X.B: Logic operation
After downloading, the logic operation function is also
reinstated after a bus voltage recovery. The "Relay
state after downloading" parameter in the "Failure
behaviour" tab determines, however, whether the
relay is switched or not.
If the "Relay state after downloading" parameter is set
to "No reaction", the logic operation function is
activated as described, although the relay is not
switched.
If the "Relay state after downloading" parameter is set
to "As for bus voltage recovery", the logic operation
function is activated as described, and the relay is
switched accordingly.
You will find further information on this subject in the
chapter "Operating behaviour on failure and recovery
of supply voltage".
Parameter settings in the ETS
Set the following parameters for this function in the
ETS:
Tab
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
X.A: Logic operation
X.B: Logic operation
Parameter
Priority function
Type of logic operation
Value of logic object after bus voltage
recovery
Communication objects
The logic operation telegrams can be received via the
"Logic operation object" communication object:
Function
Object name
Channel X.A Logic object
Channel X.B
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Value of logic object after bus voltage
recovery
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
1 bit
Low
WC
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● Higher-level functions:
Priority control
If you have selected priority control as the higher-level
function for a switching channel, a new
communication object called "Priority control" is
provided for this channel.
The object values of the priority control object have the
following meaning:
Bit 1 Bit 2
Behaviour of the output
1
1
Priority control active, relay state "activated"
0
1
End of priority control, relay state depends on the
"Behaviour at end of priority control" parameter.
1
0
Priority control active, relay state "not activated"
0
0
End of priority control, relay state depends on the
"Behaviour at end of priority control" parameter.
The priority control is activated when the value "1" is
received on bit 1. The assigned output relay is then
switched to "activated" (bit 0 = 1) or "not activated" (bit
0 = 0), depending on bit 0. An active priority control is
then enabled again by a new telegram with the value
"0" on bit 1. As long as a priority control function is
active, the relevant output channel cannot be
controlled via the "Switch object" and the advanced
functions (central function, time functions, scene
function).
After the end of a priority control, the behaviour of the
output relay is determined by the "Behaviour at end of
priority control" parameter:
| disable function with a higher priority is active.
A priority control is only effective when no
Tab
X.A: Priority control
X.B: Priority control
Parameter
Behaviour at the end of priority
control*
The setting values lead to the following reactions after
a priority control is lifted:
– no response
The output relay remains unchanged in its current
position.
– follows subordinate control commands
During priority control, all switching commands for
the subordinate functions (basic function and
advanced functions) are followed by the application
and the switch state is loaded internally. In this way,
at the end of a priority control, the switch state for
the relay can be set which it would currently have
had without priority control.
*If the staircase lighting timer function has been
enabled, the behaviour at the end of the priority
control is set to the fixed value "Follow subordinate
control commands".
the output channel following bus voltage recovery,
together with the corresponding switching behaviour
of the relay contact:
Tab
X.A: Priority control
X.B: Priority control
Parameter
Behaviour of priority control after bus
voltage recovery
– disabled
The priority control remains deactivated. The
switching state of the output relay results from your
settings for the other higher-level functions, or from
the set switching behaviour following bus voltage
recovery.
– enabled, not activated
The priority control is automatically activated when
the bus voltage recovers, and the relay contact is
switched to the "not activated" state.
– enabled, activated
The priority control is automatically activated when
the bus voltage recovers, and the relay contact is
switched to the "activated" state.
– as before bus voltage failure
The priority control function is set to the status
which it had before the bus voltage failure. If the
priority control was previously active, the output
relay is switched to the state which it had before.
After downloading, the priority control function is also
reinstated as after a bus voltage recovery. The "Relay
state after downloading" parameter in the "Failure
behaviour" tab determines, however, whether the
relay is switched or not.
If the "Relay state after downloading" parameter is set
to "No reaction", the priority control is activated as
described, although the relay is not switched.
If the "Relay state after downloading" parameter is set
to "As for bus voltage recovery", the priority control is
activated as described, and the relay is switched
accordingly.
Parameter settings in the ETS
Set the following parameters for this function in the
ETS:
Tab
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
X.A: Priority control
X.B: Priority control
Parameter
Priority function
Behaviour at the end of priority
control
Behaviour of priority control after bus
voltage recovery
Behaviour of the priority control following bus
voltage recovery and downloading
You can use the "Behaviour of priority control after bus
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Communication objects
The scene telegrams can be activated and deactivated
via the "Priority control" communication object:
Function
Object name
Channel X.A Priority control
Channel X.B
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
2 bit
Low
WC
Receive
● Higher-level function:
Disable function
You can use the disable function to systematically
activate/not activate an output channel, and to disable
it in this position. The state of the output channel
cannot be changed by other control commands as long
as the block is active. You can activate the disable
function for each switching channel individually:
Tab
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
Parameter
Disable function
After the disable function is released, a new
communication object called "Disable object" is
provided for the switching channel, together with a
new parameter card called "Disable function". You can
use "Disable object" to activate and deactivate a
channel block.
First choose the object value at which the output
should be disabled:
Tab
X.A: Disable function
X.B: Disable function
Parameter
Block
If the "Disable object" receives a telegram with the
object value which you have specified for the "Block"
parameter, then all other channel functions are
blocked. You can define the reaction of the output relay
via the "Behaviour at start of block" parameter:
Tab
X.A: Disable function
X.B: Disable function
Parameter
Behaviour at start of block
The set values lead to the following reactions:
– no reaction
The output relay remains unchanged in its current
position.
– activated
The output relay switches to the "activated" state.
– not activated
The output relay switches to the "not activated"
state.
If the disable object receives a telegram with the
opposite object value to the activation, the block is
removed and the output relay takes on the state which
you have specified in the "Behaviour at the end of
block" parameter:
Tab
X.A: Disable function
X.B: Disable function
Parameter
Behaviour at the end of block*
The set values lead to the following reactions:
– no reaction
The output relay remains unchanged in its current
position.
– follows subordinate control commands
During the disable function, all switching
commands for the subordinate functions are
followed by the application and the switch state is
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loaded internally. In this way, at the end of the block,
the switch state for the relay can be set which it
would currently have had without the block.
If one of the higher-level functions, logic operation or
priority control is active after the block has ended, the
"Behaviour after the block has ended" parameter is
ineffective. The state of the output relay is
immediately controlled by the active function.
*If the staircase lighting timer function has been
enabled, the behaviour at the end of the disable
function is set to the fixed value "Follow subordinate
control commands".
Parameter settings in the ETS
Set the following parameters for the disable function
in the ETS:
Tab
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
X.A: Disable function
X.B: Disable function
Parameter
Disable function
Block
Behaviour at start of the block
Behaviour at the end of the block
Behaviour of the block after bus
voltage recovery
Communication objects
Disable function following bus voltage recovery
and downloading
The "Behaviour of the block following bus voltage
recovery" parameter allows you to specify how you
want the disable function to respond after the bus
voltage returns:
Tab
X.A: Disable function
X.B: Disable function
The disable function can be activated and deactivated
via the "Disable object" communication object:
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Channel X.A Disable object
Channel X.B
1 bit
Low
WC
Receive
Parameter
Behaviour of the block after bus
voltage recovery
Values to be set:
– inactive
After bus voltage has been recovered, the disable
function is deactivated, regardless of its status prior
to bus voltage failure.
– active
After a bus voltage recovery, the disable function is
activated and the output is switched back into the
state which you have specified in the "Behaviour at
the start of the block" parameter. If you have set the
"no reaction" value here, the output is blocked in its
current state.
– as before bus voltage failure
The disable function is switched to the state which
was active before the bus voltage failure. If the
disable function was active, the output is controlled
by its settings in the "Behaviour at the start of the
block" parameter.
After downloading, the disable function is also set as it
was after a bus voltage recovery. The "Relay state after
downloading" parameter in the parameter card "X.A/
X.B: behaviour on failure" determines whether the
relay is switched or not in this case.
If the "Relay state after downloading" parameter is set
to "No reaction", the block is activated as was
previously set, but the output relay is not switched.
If the "Relay state after downloading" parameter is set
to the value "As for bus voltage recovery", the disable
function is activated as previously specified, and the
relay is switched accordingly.
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Settings for
blind/roller shutter/switching
If you want to activate the status messages for an
output channel, then you have to enable the "Status
messages" parameter:
● Status messages/status feedback
Tab
X: Blind control
X: Roller shutter
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
The software application provides you with options to
report the current device status and the status of
output channels via communication objects.
Depending on these status messages, you can trigger
certain control processes or enable and disable
functions in the system.
In addition, status messages are also suitable for
displaying current operating statuses by means of
visualisation software.
The status messages of the output channels are made
available through communication objects. You can set
the transmission characteristics of these status
objects to one of the following values using
parameters:
– disabled
The status object is not active.
– active status feedback object
After a change is made, the new values are
automatically transmitted (position height, angle of
rotation of the slat, relay closed or open)
– passive status object
The status object does not transmit its values.
However, the current status is available and can be
read out by other bus devices.
Transmission behaviour of the status messages in
time
You can prioritise the interval between two status
telegrams for the device. This setting applies for the
transmission behaviour of all status messages.
Tab
General
Parameter
Minimum interval between status
messages
If there is only one pending transmission job, then the
message is sent immediately. If there are several
status messages pending, then the first one is sent
immediately and the remainder are staggered
according to the delay time specified in the "Minimum
interval between status messages" parameter.
Status messages
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
Telegrams
S1
S2
Minimum distance
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S4
S5
S6
S7
Parameter
Status messages
Status message
After enabling, a new tab for "Blind/roller shutter" - "X:
status messages" - appears for the output channel.
Here you make settings for the possible status
messages. No new tab appears for "Switching".
Status messages, blind/roller shutter height
operating mode
The current position of the drive is available as a value
between 0 –100 %. The associated status objects
change name depending on whether the status is to
be transmitted (Height status feedback) or read out
(Height status).
Tab
X: Status messages
Parameter
Height status
The height status object is only updated when the
drive has reached a fixed position after a movement.
Status messages, blind/roller shutter slat
operating mode
The current angle of rotation of the blind slats is
available as a value between 0 –100 %. The associated
status objects change name depending on whether
the status is to be transmitted (Slat status feedback) or
read out (Slat status).
Tab
X: Status messages
Parameter
Slat status
The slat status object is only updated when the drive
has reached a fixed position after a movement.
Status messages, switching operating mode
If you have set the "Status message" parameter to the
"Active status feedback object" value, the switching
status of the output relay is transmitted each time the
status is changed via the "Status feedback object"
object.
If you have specified the object behaviour as "passive
status object", the output status is not transmitted
when the status changes, but is simply updated in the
"Status object" object. The value of the "Status object"
can then by read out by another bus device, e.g. by a
visualisation software program.
The object value corresponds to the current status of
the relay, regardless of the "break contact" or "make
contact" relay operating mode. If the relay is switched
on, the object value is "1"; if it is switched off, the
object value is "0".
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Communication objects, blind/roller shutter
operating mode
The following communication objects are available:
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Channel X
Height status
feedback
1 bit
Low
CRT
Transmit/
Read out
Channel X
Height status
1 bit
Low
CR
Read out
Channel X
Slat status
feedback
1 bit
Low
CRT
Transmit/
Read out
Channel X
Slat status
1 bit
Low
CR
Read out
Communication objects, switching operating
mode
The following communication objects are available:
Function
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Channel X.A Status feedback 1 bit
Channel X.B object
Object name
Low
CRT
Transmit/
Read out
Channel X.A Status object
Channel X.B
Low
CR
Read out
1 bit
● Manual operation and status displays
On the front of the device there is a channel key and a
yellow LED for each channel to display the operating
statuses of the channel (channel status LED).
In addition to the channel keys for the output channels
and the channel status LED, the device also has a
toggle switch and a red LED labelled "Manual" (manual
operation LED). The toggle switch allows you to
activate and deactivate manual operation, and to
change the channel operating mode. Another green
operation LED labelled "RUN" (RUN LED) indicates that
the device is ready for operation.
The programming key for programming the physical
address of the device and an associated red
programming LED are located under the cover of the
bus connection.
| "Operation".
Note: For more information see the chapter
After the mains or bus voltage has been connected,
you can move the connected drives or loads using the
operating keys, if you have activated manual operation.
The status LEDs allocated to the channels indicates
the current switching status.
Setting manual operation
The connected drives or loads are operated manually
via the channel keys. The "Manual operation switch"
allows you to activate and deactivate manual operation
of the channels. The "Manual operation switch"
function is controlled via parameter settings and
communication objects:
Tab
General
Parameter
Manual operation type
Manual operation activation
Time-dependent reset of manual operation
Time in minutes when hand operation will be
automatically reset (5-255)
(if "Time-dependent reset of manual
operation" is enabled):
Setting the manual operation type
– "Manual operation type" = bus and manual
operation:
If you have selected the setting value "Bus and
manual operation" for the "Manual operation type"
parameter, the output channels can be controlled
equally via bus telegrams and manual operation.
The superordinate functions (weather alarm or logic
operation, priority control and lock) also take priority
with manual operation, however, and disable
manual operation via the channel keys.
The option of switching to manual operation
depends on your settings for the "Manual operation
release" parameter, which is described in the next
section. Here, you can also fully disable the switch
to manual operation.
– "Manual operation type" = exclusively manual
operation:
In this operating mode, the output channels can
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only be controlled with the channel keys after
switching to manual operation (hand LED lights up).
Bus telegrams are no longer effective. The
superordinate functions are suppressed as long as
exclusive manual operation is active.
The switch to exclusive manual operation is always
possible via the "Manual operation key". Using the
"Manual operation release" parameter, you can only
specify here whether the switch between bus
mode and manual mode should be reported to the
bus via a status telegram ("Manual operation
release" = "released with status report") or not
("Manual operation release" = "released").
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Caution!
The loads could become damaged. When
operating loads in "Manual operation only" using
the channel keys, prioritised safety functions
(e.g. weather alarm position, priority control) no
longer work. To prevent damage you should
therefore be very careful when operating
manually.
Note: Make sure that the ETS parameter
"Manual operating mode" is set to "Bus and
manual operation" (not "Manual operation
only"), when you hand over the system to the
operator.
Manual operation activation
If you have specified the manual operation type as
"Bus and manual operation", you can select using the
"Manual operation release" parameter whether and
how a switch to manual operation should be possible:
– disabled
Switching to manual operation using the "manual
operation key" is not possible.
– enabled
Switching to manual operation using the "manual
operation key" is possible. The manual operation
LED indicates the current manual operation mode.
– enabled with status message
Switching to manual operation using the "manual
operation key" is possible. The manual operation
LED indicates the current manual operation mode.
When you switch to manual operation mode, a
telegram with the value "1" is sent via the "Manual
operation status" object. When manual operation is
reset, a telegram with the value "0" is sent.
– Enable via object
The transfer to manual operation is only possible
when the "Release manual operation" object has the
value "1". If the object has the value "0", the transfer
to manual operation is disabled. If the transfer is
disabled via a telegram, the device also
automatically disables a manual operation which is
currently active.
– Enable via object with status message
In addition to enabling manual operation with the
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"Enable manual operation" object, the "Manual
operation status" object reports the switching
status.
| operation, press the manual operation key
Note: To switch the actuator to manual
before pressing a channel key.
Resetting manual operation dependent on time
You can limit the switch to manual operation on a time
basis. To do this, set the "Time-dependent reset of
manual operation" parameter to "enabled".
Then set the "Time for automatic reset of manual
operation in minutes" parameter. When the time you
specify here expires, the device automatically resets
manual operation. You can read the current operating
status in each case on the manual operation LED, and
you will receive feedback via the "Manual operation
status" object if you have enabled this function.
Enabling manual operation on bus voltage failure
If bus voltage fails, then you can provide users with an
additional control option for the connected loads:
manual operation. Mains voltage must still be present
however. You can enable manual operation on bus
voltage failure for each channel individually. Enable or
disable the following parameter:
Tab
X: Blind control
X: Roller shutter
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
Parameter
Manual operation on bus voltage failure
(mains voltage present)
"Manual operation on bus voltage failure" disabled
If the bus voltage has failed, no manual operation is
possible. If you activate a channel key, the actuator will
not react.
"Manual operation on bus voltage failure" enabled
You can continue to operate the output channels when
the bus voltage fails by using the channel keys (to
activate manual operation, press the "Manual
operation key"). Manual operation during bus voltage
failure is possible independently of the settings for
manual operation activation. The channel status LEDs
indicate the current output status. When bus voltage
is recovered, manual operation is automatically reset.
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Caution!
The loads could become damaged. When
operating loads in "Manual operation only" using
the channel keys, prioritised safety functions
(e.g. weather alarm position, priority control) no
longer work. To prevent damage you should
therefore be very careful when operating
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Communication objects
When manual operation is enabled, you can move
connected drives using the channel keys (see section
"Operation").
The running time of the drive is preset to 2 min and the
switching time to 500 ms. Please observe the
specifications of the drive manufacturer. After the first
download, the set ETS parameters will always be
effective.
The following communication objects are available:
½
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Manual
operation
Enable manual
operation
1 bit
Low
CW
Receive
Manual
operation
Manual
1 bit
operation status
Low
CRT
Transmit/
Read out
Warning
Blinds/roller shutters can cause injury when
they are moving. If you are operating blinds/
roller shutters using channel keys, make sure
that no people are in the range of movement.
If you press a channel key when manual operation is
not active or has been temporarily disabled by a higherlevel function, nothing happens.
Manual operation for switching channels
When you release manual operation, the connected
load can be controlled via the corresponding channel
key. The output contact is toggled each time the key is
pressed. If the output contact was switched off, it will
be switched on the next time the key is pressed, and
vice-versa.
In "Bus and manual operation" manual operation mode,
pressing a key will effect a channel key in the same
way as a new telegram to the switch object. This
means that with manual operation, the set time
functions (on/off delay, staircase timer function) are
also active. If a superordinate function is active in this
manual operation mode, the manual operation is
disabled.
In "Exclusive manual operation" mode, the bus
functions are not active during manual operation. Each
time a channel key is pressed, the output relay is
directly affected, and switches is on and off in
alternation. The superordinate functions are in this
case not effective.
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● Behaviour after failure and recovery of supply
voltage
| bus and mains voltage. All device functions can
Note: Normally, the device is connected to both
only be fully guaranteed if the device is
receiving both supply voltages correctly.
If the supply voltage for the loads fails or is recovered,
the blind actuator itself doesn't carry out any action.
Please note the following however:
½
Caution!
Switching on the supply voltage can cause the
drives to move if the output relay is switched on
at the time.
In order to avoid bodily injury or material
damage, ensure that before switching the
supply voltage on again that all connected blinds
and roller shutters can move freely and the
switched loads do no present any risk.
| actuator can generally carry out all functions,
Three different types of voltage failure are described
below:
– Possibility 1:
Bus voltage failure/recovery
Mains voltage present
– Possibility 2:
Bus voltage present
Mains voltage failure/recovery
– Possibility 3:
Bus voltage failure/recovery
Mains voltage failure/recovery
Possibility 1: Bus voltage failure/recovery, mains
voltage present
Bus voltage has failed
The RUN LED is not lit when bus voltage fails. If the
output channels for manual operation are enabled in
the event of bus voltage failure, you can operate the
connected drives and loads using the channel keys.
Note: If only bus voltage is available, the
possibly with a short time delay however (e.g.,
switching relays, slat adjustment). Manual
operation is possible.
Without bus voltage (mains voltage only), the actuator
may only work in manual operation without bus
communication. You can activate the drives or loads
directly using the channel keys.
| are no longer effective.
Note: Without bus voltage, the safety functions
If you want the actuator to respond in a certain way
when supply voltage fails unexpectedly during
operation, then you can configure failure behaviour for
each channel.
Tab
X: Blind control
X: Roller shutter
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
Parameter
Failure behaviour
When you have enabled the failure behaviour for a
channel, the additional tab "X: Failure behaviour"
appears. Here you can set more parameters.
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You can set failure behaviour as follows:
Tab
X: Failure behaviour
Parameter
Behaviour on bus voltage failure
(fixed pause on reverse = 300 ms)
Possible settings:
– no response
The drive remains in its current status, in other
words, it doesn't move or it completes its current
movement until the running times have expired.
– Stop
The drive stops immediately.
– Up
The drive moves upwards. If it was in the middle of
an downwards movement, then it stops and waits
the default pause on reverse time of 300 ms before
beginning the upwards movement.
– Down
The drive moves downwards. If it was in the middle
of an upwards movement, then it stops and waits
the default pause on reverse time of 300 ms before
beginning the downwards movement.
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Caution!
If it is possible that your settings may result in a
change of direction in the event of bus voltage
failure (up or down settings), it is important to
remember the pause on reverse. This is pre-set
to a fixed value of 300 ms for bus voltage failure.
The parameterised value for the drive is not
active in this case. If the drive in use requires a
longer pause on reverse (see manufacturer
specifications), then you may not use the "up" or
"down" settings in order to avoid damaging the
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| higher-level safety functions are not active
When making your settings, ensure that the
during bus voltage failure. 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 bus voltage failure.
Behaviour of the channels for switching
You can set failure behaviour as follows:
Tab
X.A: Failure behaviour
X.B: Failure behaviour
Parameter
Relay state after bus voltage failure
Possible settings:
– no reaction
The relay contact remains unchanged in its current
position. If time functions (staircase lighting
function, ON delay, OFF delay) are currently active,
these are interrupted.
– actuated
With a make contact, the relay is closed, and with a
break contact, it is opened. Current time functions
are deactivated.
– not actuated
With a make contact, the relay is opened, and with
a break contact, it is closed. Current time functions
are deactivated.
Bus voltage is recovered
The RUN LED is lit, thus indicating that bus voltage is
present again. The behaviour that you specified for bus
voltage recovery is also carried out if the device
receives a restart instruction (management function)
through a bus.
Thirty seconds after bus voltage is once again stably
present, the device starts transmitting the activated
messages of all the channels one after another.
However, only those messages are sent which you
have defined as "active feedback object". The object
value of the status objects valid at the time of
transmission is always sent as the status message,
even if it has changed once or several times since bus
voltage has been recovered. For more information,
refer to the section "Status messages".
Behaviour of channels for blind/roller shutters
After bus voltage has been recovered, all output relays
are opened (all drives stop) and the pause on reverse
specified by the parameters is started. Only after the
pause on reverse time has expired will the behaviour
that you set with the following parameter be carried
out:
Tab
Parameter
X: Failure behaviour Behaviour on bus voltage recovery
Possible values:
– Stop
The drive stays in its current idle state.
– Up
The drive moves upwards.
– Down
The drive moves downwards.
– Move to position
The blind moves into a position defined by you. The
new parameter "Height position on bus voltage
recovery in %" appears to allow you to set this
position.
Set the desired height position in the possible travel
range of 0 –100 %.
In the case of blind drives, the additional parameter
"Slat position on bus voltage recovery in %" allows
you to define the opening angle of the slats in the
regulating range of 0 –100 %.
Behaviour in connection with the weather alarm
If no weather alarm is present, the device executes
the behaviour parameterised when the bus voltage
returns. If a weather alarm is given, the parameterised
behaviour is executed when the bus voltage returns.
Only then does the device react according to its
settings for this weather alarm.
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Behaviour of the channels for switching
You can set the behaviour of the bus voltage on its
return as follows:
Tab
X.A: Failure
behaviour
X.B: Failure
behaviour
Behaviour of the superordinate functions with
switching channels
Here, the superordinate functions are always executed
first (relays are switched).
– Priority control
The behaviour of the priority control function after
bus voltage returns can be disabled, enabled or set
to the same status as before the bus voltage failure.
If you enable the priority control function here, you
can also determine whether the relay contact
should be "actuated" or "not actuated" (see also the
section "Superordinate functions: priority control").
Parameter
Behaviour of priority control after bus
voltage recovery
– Logic operation
If you have activated a logic operation function for a
switching channel you can use this parameter to set
the value of the logic object after the bus voltage
has returned, or set an application download (see
also the section "Superordinate functions: logic
operation").
Tab
X.A: Logic
operation
X.B: Logic
operation
Parameter
Value of logic object after bus voltage
recovery
– Disable function
According to your settings, the disable function is
disabled or enabled after a bus voltage failure, or
adopts the status again which is had before the bus
voltage failure. (See also the section: "Extended
functions: disable function).
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Behaviour of the block after bus voltage
recovery
Parameter
Relay state after bus voltage recovery
Possible settings:
– no reaction
The relay contact remains unchanged in its current
position.
– actuated
With a make contact, the relay is closed, and with a
break contact, it is opened.
– not actuated
With a make contact, the relay is opened, and with
a break contact, it is closed.
The reaction to the behaviour set here when the bus
voltage returns has a lower priority. If a superordinate
function is activated for the switching channel directly
after the bus voltage returns, the following settings
apply for these functions.
Tab
X.A: Priority control
X.B: Priority control
Tab
X.A: Disable
function
X.B: Disable
function
Possibility 2: Bus voltage present, mains voltage
failure/recovery
Mains voltage has failed
The actuator can still carry out all functions if supplied
by bus voltage only. The power supply for switching
the relays, however, is provided primarily by the mains
voltage. If the mains voltage fails, it can still carry out
all functions, but there may be a slight time delay (e.g.
switching of the relays, slat adjustment). Manual
operation is possible.
You can transmit the status of the mains voltage to the
to bus via a communications object. You can set the
transmission behaviour of this status object with a
parameter:
Tab
General
Parameter
Mains voltage status
(Devices with mains supply)
Possible settings:
– disabled
The current status of the mains voltage is not
transmitted to the bus and cannot be read out
either. No communication object is available.
– active status feedback object
If it changes, the current status of the mains voltage
is transmitted to the bus via the "Mains voltage
status feedback" communication object. If mains
voltage is present, the object value is "1", if there is
no mains voltage "0".
– passive status object
You can export the current status of the mains
voltage using the "Main voltage status"
communication object. The object value is not sent
in the case of changes.
For more information see the section "Status
messages".
Mains voltage is recovered
When the mains voltage is present again, then the
device is once again in normal operation and the
switching processes can be carried out as normal. You
can transmit the status of the mains voltage to the bus
as described above, or make it available for readout.
In this case the status object has the value "1".
Possibility 3: Bus and mains voltage failure/
recovery
Bus and mains voltage fail
If the power supply for switching the relays fails in
addition to the bus functions, the actuator cannot carry
out any more switching actions. All channel status
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LEDs, together with the manual operation LED and
the RUN LED go out. Manual operation using the
channel keys is no longer possible.
Behaviour of channels for blind/roller shutters
The parameterised "Behaviour when bus voltage fails"
is executed, although the run times set (up/down) are
no longer effective. The relays remain permanently in
their current switching position. The switching status
of the relays can only be changed when bus voltage is
recovered.
Possible settings:
– no response
The drive remains in its current status, in other
words, it doesn't move or it completes its current
movement until the running times have expired.
– Stop
The drive stops immediately.
– Up
The drive moves upwards. The relay status remains
constantly at "UP". If it was in the middle of an
downwards movement, then it stops and waits the
default pause on reverse time of 300 ms before
beginning the upwards movement.
– Down
The drive moves downwards. The relay status
remains constantly at "DOWN". If it was in the
middle of an upwards movement, then it stops and
waits the default pause on reverse time of 300 ms
before beginning the downwards movement.
Behaviour of the channels for switching
The behaviour of the switching channels is determined
by their settings when the bus voltage fails.
Behaviour when bus voltage fails after mains
voltage failure
The parameterised "Behaviour when bus voltage fails"
is executed, although the run times set (up/down) are
no longer effective. If the bus voltage fails after the
main voltage has previously failed, then the relays
remain in their current switching position permanently.
The switching status of the relays can only be changed
when bus voltage is recovered.
Possible settings:
– no response
The drive remains in its current status, in other
words, it doesn't move or it completes its current
movement until the running times have expired.
– Stop
The drive stops immediately.
– Up
The drive moves upwards. The relay status remains
constantly at "UP". If it was in the middle of an
downwards movement, then it stops and waits the
default pause on reverse time of 300 ms before
beginning the upwards movement.
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– Down
The drive moves downwards. The relay status
remains constantly at "DOWN". If it was in the
middle of an upwards movement, then it stops and
waits the default pause on reverse time of 300 ms
before beginning the downwards movement.
Behaviour when mains voltage fails after bus
voltage failure
If the mains voltage fails after the bus voltage has
previously failed, there is no additional response. The
relays remain in their current switching position. The
channel status LEDs, together with the manual
operation LED and the RUN LED go out.
Bus and mains voltage are recovered
The RUN LED is lit, thus indicating that bus voltage is
present again. The channel status LEDs of the
channels indicate the current output statuses. The
manual LED is switched off, thus indicating that
manual operation is deactivated.
The output channels behave in line with your settings
following the return of the bus voltage (see option 1).
The relays are not switched until there is enough
power to do so safely.
Feedback messages
The device can transmit messages again. For more
information see "Behaviour after bus voltage recovery"
(option 1).
Behaviour of higher-level functions
The settings and behaviour of higher-level functions
correspond to those described under bus voltage
recovery (option 1).
Behaviour on recovery of bus voltage without
mains voltage
In this case, the device behaves as described under
"Bus and mains voltage are recovered". It transmits the
status of the mains voltage with the value "0".
Behaviour on recovery of mains voltage without
bus voltage
If mains voltage is recovered without bus voltage, the
device behaves as described under bus voltage failure
with mains voltage present (option 1).
Communication objects
The following communication objects are available:
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Status
Mains voltage
1 bit
status feedback
Low
KÜL
Transmit
Status
Mains voltage
status
Low
CR
Transmit/
Read out
1 bit
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● Behaviour after application download
Before the first download after commissioning, all
relays are switched off (default setting). Manual
operation is deactivated; the manual operation LED is
switched off.
You can specify the download behaviour of the output
channels:
Tab
X: Blind control
X: Roller shutter
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
X: Failure behaviour
X.A: Failure behaviour
X.B: Failure behaviour
(if failure behaviour
enabled)
Parameter
Failure behaviour
Relay status after download
Possible settings:
– no response
After a download, the relays remain in their current
status. In the "switching" operating mode, the status
of active, superordinate functions is set again. The
relays are not switched as a result.
– as for bus voltage recovery
The relays behave in line with your settings for a
return of bus voltage for this channel. If a
superordinate function (logic operation, priority
control or lock) is active in the "Switching" operating
mode, the behaviour is executed which you have
specified for this function.
If an internal error or a defective download results in a
status in which the application is no longer operational,
the device does not respond. The output relays remain
in their last position. All LEDs are switched off.
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Parameters and settings
This section lists all the parameters of the ETS
application with their settings and default settings.
General
Parameter
Setting
Manual operation type
Bus and manual operation
Channel config
Parameter
Setting
Channel X operating mode
disabled (default setting for all
channels except 1)
Blind (default setting for channel
1)
=> Tab "X: blind"
=> Tab "X: drive"
=> "Movement object" object
=> "Stop/step object" object
=> "Position height" object
=> "Position slat" object
Manual operation only
Manual operation activation
(if "Manual operation type" =
bus and manual operation)
disabled
enabled
enabled with status message
=> "Manual operation status"
object
Roller shutter
=> Tab "X: Roller shutter"
=> Tab "X: drive"
=> "Movement object" object
=> "Stop object" object
=> "Position height" object
Enable via object
=> "Manual operation enable"
object
Enable via object with status
message
=> "Manual operation status"
object
=> "Manual operation enable"
object
Manual operation activation
enabled
(when "Manual operation type"
enabled with status message
= exclusively manual operation) => "Manual operation status"
object
Time-dependent reset of
disabled
manual operation
enabled
(when "Enable manual
operation" = enabled or enable
via object)
Time for automatic reset of
manual operation mode in
minutes (5-255) (when "timedependent reset of manual
operation mode" enabled)
60, 5 to 255
Scenes general
disabled
If weather alarm is enabled in the "General" tab:
General weather alarm
Parameter
Setting
Time basis for monitoring time of 1 s, 1 min, 1 hr
weather alarms
Priority sequence of weather
alarms
1. wind alarm, 2. rain alarm
Wind alarm
disabled
1. rain alarm, 2. wind alarm
enabled
=> "Wind alarm" object
enabled
=> "Scene object" object
Mains voltage status
(Devices with mains supply)
Switching
=> Tab "X.A: switching"
=> "Switch object" object
=> Tab "X.B: switching"
=> "Switch object" object
(if wind alarm enabled) Factor for disabled, 1 to 255
wind alarm monitoring time
Rain alarm
disabled
active status feedback object
=>"Mains voltage feedback" object
passive status object
=> "Mains voltage status" object
Minimum interval between
status messages
100 ms, 200 ms, 500 ms, 1 s,
1.5 s, 2 s
Weather alarm function
disabled
disabled
enabled
=> "Rain alarm" object
Factor for rain alarm monitoring
time (if rain alarm enabled)
disabled, 1 to 255
enabled
=> "Weather alarm general" tab
Central object
disabled
enabled
=> "Central object" object
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When "Channel X operating mode" in "Channel config"
tab = blind:
X: Blind control
X: Roller shutter
Parameter
Setting
How does the existing blind
move?
downwards closed / upwards
level (= blind type 1)
Parameter
Setting
Factor for slat running time (5255) ("Blind" only)
5–255, 100 default setting
Pause on reverse for change of 1–255, 5 default setting
direction (1-255) factor x 100 ms,
manufacturer data!
downwards tilted / upwards
level (= blind type 2)
If "Scenes" in the tab "X:: blind" enabled:
downwards closed / upwards
closed (= blind type 3)
X: Scenes
downwards tilted / upwards
closed (= blind type 4)
Slat position after movement
X: Drive
no response
Working position
Parameter
Setting
Replace scene values in the
actuator on download?
disabled
Scene 1
disabled
enabled
enabled
last slat position
Slat working position in %
0–100
(for blind type 1 and 3 - if working Default settings:
position)
Blind type 1: 50%
Blind type 3: 75%
Scene 1: Scene address (0-63)
(only if scene 1 enabled)
What is the current slat position
on downward movement in %?
(for blind type 2 and 4)
0–100
Default settings:
Blind type 2: 50%
Blind type 4: 75%
Scene 1: Pos. slat in % (blind
0–100, 0 default setting
operation only and only if scene 1
enabled)
Scenes
disabled
enabled
=> Tab "X: Scenes"
Calibration
disabled
enabled
=> Tab "X: Calibration"
Weather alarm
disabled
enabled
=> Tab "X: Weather alarm"
Failure behaviour
Status messages
Scene 1: Pos. height (1-64) (only if 0–100, 0 default setting
scene 1 enabled)
Scene 2
disabled
enabled
=> Tab "X: Status messages"
Manual operation on bus voltage disabled
failure (mains voltage present)
enabled
(0-63), 1 default setting
Scene 2: Pos. height (2-64) (only if 0–100, 0 default setting
scene 1 enabled)
Scene 2: Pos. slat in % (blind
0–100, 0 default setting
operation only and only if scene 2
enabled)
Scene 3
disabled
enabled
Scene 3: Scene address (0-63)
(only if scene 3 enabled)
(0-63), 2 default setting
Scene 3: Pos. height (3-64) (only if 0–100, 0 default setting
scene 1 enabled)
Scene 3: Pos. slat in % (blind
0–100, 0 default setting
operation only and only if scene 3
enabled)
Scene 4
disabled
enabled
X: Drive
Parameter
Setting
Advanced drive parameter
enabled
disabled
Time basis for height running time 10 ms, 100 ms
Factor for height running time (10- 10–64000, 1200 default setting
64000) 1 second = 1000 ms
Shared time basis for running
time supplements/dead time
disabled
enabled
Scene 2: Scene address (0-63)
(only if scene 2 enabled)
disabled
enabled
=> Tab "X: failure behaviour"
(0-63), 0 default setting
10 ms, 100 ms
Scene 4: Scene address (0-63)
(only if scene 4 enabled)
(0-63), 3 default setting
Scene 4: Pos. height (4-64) (only if 0–100, 0 default setting
scene 1 enabled)
Scene 4: Pos. slat in % (blind
0–100, 0 default setting
operation only and only if scene 4
enabled)
Scene 5
disabled
enabled
Factor for running time upwards
supplement
disabled, 1–255, 20 default
setting
Scene 5: Scene address (0-63)
(only if scene 5 enabled)
Factor for dead time until
upwards movement
disabled, 1–255
Scene 5: Pos. height (5-64) (only if 0–100, 0 default setting
scene 1 enabled)
Factor for slat open up start-up
supplement ("Blind" only)
disabled, 1–255
Scene 5: Pos. slat in % (blind
0–100, 0 default setting
operation only and only if scene 5
enabled)
Factor for slat open down start-up disabled, 1–255
supplement ("Blind" only)
Time basis for slat step
time("Blind" only)
10 ms, 100 ms
Factor for slat step time (5-255)
("Blind" only)
5–255, 10 default setting
Time basis for slat running
time("Blind" only)
10 ms, 100 ms
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If "Calibration" in the tab "X:: blind" enabled:
If "Status reports" in the tab "X:: blind" enabled:
X: Calibration
X: Status messages
Parameter
Setting
Number of movements until a
1–20, 7 default setting
reference movement is executed
(1-20)
Reference position
Setting
Height status
disabled
active status feedback object
passive status object
up
down
Automatic calibration
Parameter
Slat status
disabled
up and down
active status feedback object
top end position
passive status object
top and lower end position
If "Weather alarm" in the tab "X:: blind" enabled:
When "Channel X operating mode" in "Channel config"
tab = switching:
X: Weather alarm
Parameter
Setting
Response to the wind alarm
no response
Up
Down
Move to position
Response to rain alarm
no response
X.A: Switching
X.B: Switching
Parameter
Setting
Relay operation
make contact
Staircase lighting function
disabled
break contact
enabled
=> Tab "X.A/X.B: Staircase
lighting function"
Up
Down
Move to position
Delay times
enabled
=> Tab "X.A/X.B: Delay times"
Height position on weather alarm 0–100, 0 default setting
in %
Slat position on weather alarm in 0–100, 0 default setting
%
Behaviour on end of all weather
alarm functions
Scenes
Central function
Priority function
Priority control
=> Tab "X.A/X.B: Priority control"
=> "Priority control" object (for
channel A, B)
X: Failure behaviour
Setting
Behaviour on bus voltage failure no response
(fixed pause on reverse = 300 ms) Stop
Disable function
Down
Stop
Up
Failure behaviour
Move to position
Slat position on bus voltage
0–100, 0 default setting
recovery in % (only for "Move to
position")
Relay status after download
no response
as for bus voltage recovery
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disabled
enabled
=> Tab "X.A/X.B: failure
behaviour"
Down
Height position on bus voltage
0–100, 0 default setting
recovery in % (only for "Move to
position")
disabled
Logic operation
=> Tab "X.A/X.B: disable function"
=> "Disable object" object (for
channel A, B)
Up
Behaviour on bus voltage
recovery
disabled
Logic operation
=> Tab "X.A/X.B: logic operation"
=> "Logic object" object (for
channel A, B)
If "Failure behaviour" in the tab "X:: blind" enabled:
Parameter
disabled
enabled
Down
Move into position prior to
weather alarm
disabled
enabled
=> Tab "X.A/X.B: Scenes"
no response
Up
disabled
Status report
disabled
active status feedback object
=> "Status feedback object"
object (for channel A, B)
passive status object
=> "Status object" object (for
channel A, B)
Manual operation on bus voltage disabled
failure (mains voltage present)
enabled
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If "Failure behaviour" in the tab "X.A/X.B: switching"
enabled:
X.A: Failure behaviour
X.B: Failure behaviour
If "Scenes" in the tab "X.A/X.B: switching" enabled:
X.A: Scenes
X.B: Scenes
Parameter
Setting
disabled
no response
Replace scene values in the
actuator on download?
actuated
Scene 1
disabled
Parameter
Setting
Relay state after bus voltage
failure
not actuated
Relay state after bus voltage
recovery
no response
actuated
not actuated
Relay status after download
as for bus voltage recovery
no response
enabled
enabled
Scene 1: Scene address (0-63)
(only if scene 1 enabled)
(0-63), 0 default setting
Scene 1: Relay status
(only when scene 1 enabled)
not actuated
Scene 2
disabled
actuated
enabled
If "Staircase lighting function" in the tab "X.A/X.B:
switching" enabled:
X.A: Staircase lighting function
X.B: Staircase lighting function
Parameter
Setting
Staircase lighting function
with manual OFF
without manual OFF
Staircase timer
not retriggerable
retriggerable
Time base, staircase timer
1 s, 1 min, 1 hr
Scene 2: Scene address (0-63)
(only if scene 2 enabled)
(0-63), 1 default setting
Scene 2: Relay status
(only when scene 2 enabled)
not actuated
Scene 3
disabled
enabled
Scene 3: Scene address (0-63)
(only if scene 3 enabled)
(0-63), 2 default setting
Scene 3: Relay status
(only when scene 3 enabled)
not actuated
Scene 4
disabled
disabled
1 prewarning
2 prewarnings
3 prewarnings
Prewarning time (1-255), factor x 1–255, 30 default setting
1s
If "Delay times" in the tab "X.A/X.B: switching" enabled:
X.A: Delay times
X.B: Delay times
Parameter
Setting
ON delay
disabled
enabled, retriggerable:
actuated
enabled
Factor for staircase timer (1-255) 1–255, 3 default setting
Pre-warning at the end of the
staircase time
actuated
Scene 4: Scene address (0-63)
(only if scene 4 enabled)
(0-63), 3 default setting
Scene 4: Relay status
(only when scene 4 enabled)
not actuated
Scene 5
disabled
actuated
enabled
Scene 5: Scene address (0-63)
(only if scene 5 enabled)
(0-63), 4 default setting
Scene 5: Relay status
(only when scene 5 enabled)
not actuated
actuated
If "Superordinate function" in the tab "X.A/X.B:
switching" = logic operation:
enabled, not retriggerable
Time base for ON delay
(when "ON delay" enabled)
100 ms, 1 s, 1 min
X.A: Logic operation
X.B: Logic operation
Factor for ON delay (1-255)
(when "ON delay" enabled)
1–255, 3 default setting
Parameter
OFF delay
disabled
Type of logic operation
Time base for OFF delay
(when "OFF delay" enabled)
100 ms, 1 s, 1 min
Factor for OFF delay (1-255)
(when "OFF delay" enabled)
1–255, 120 default setting
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AND
OR
enabled, retriggerable:
enabled, not retriggerable
Setting
XOR
Value of logic object after bus
voltage recovery
0
1
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If "Superordinate function" in the tab "X.A/X.B:
switching" = priority control:
X.A: Priority control
X.B: Priority control
Parameter
Setting
Behaviour at the end of priority
no response
control
follows subordinate control
(when "staircase lighting function"
commands
disabled)
Behaviour at the end of priority
follows subordinate control
control
commands
(when "staircase lighting function"
enabled)
Behaviour of priority control after disabled
bus voltage recovery
enabled, not activated
enabled, activated
as before bus voltage failure
If "Disable function" in the tab "X.A/X.B: switching"
enabled:
X.A: Disable function
X.B: Disable function
Parameter
Setting
Block
For object value "0"
For object value "1"
Behaviour at start of blocking
no response
actuated
not actuated
Behaviour at end of block
no response
(superordinate function has
follows subordinate control
priority!)
(when "staircase lighting function" commands
disabled)
Behaviour on lock end
follows subordinate control
(superordinate function has
commands
priority!)
(when "staircase lighting function"
enabled)
Behaviour of the block after bus
voltage recovery
inactive
active
as before bus voltage failure
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