KNX Technical Reference Manual Busch-ControlTouch

KNX Technical Reference Manual Busch-ControlTouch
1473-1-8903 / 2CKA001473B8903 │ 02.06.2016
KNX Technical Reference Manual
Busch-ControlTouch®
Busch-ControlTouch®
6136/APP-500
Table of contents
Table of contents
1
Notes on the instruction manual ................................................................................................................................. 6
2
Safety .......................................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.1
Information and symbols used........................................................................................................................ 7
2.2
Intended use ................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.3
Improper use .................................................................................................................................................. 8
2.4
Target group / Qualifications of personnel...................................................................................................... 9
2.4.1
2.5
3
Information on protection of the environment ........................................................................................................... 11
3.1
4
Environment ................................................................................................................................................. 11
Setup and function .................................................................................................................................................... 12
4.1
Device overview ........................................................................................................................................... 12
4.2
Scope of supply ............................................................................................................................................ 14
4.3
Overview of types ......................................................................................................................................... 14
4.4
Functions ...................................................................................................................................................... 14
4.4.1
4.4.2
5
6
7
Function overview ........................................................................................................................................ 14
Description of functions................................................................................................................................ 15
Technical data........................................................................................................................................................... 16
5.1
Technical data .............................................................................................................................................. 16
5.2
Dimensional drawings .................................................................................................................................. 17
Connection, installation / mounting ........................................................................................................................... 18
6.1
Requirements for the electrician ................................................................................................................... 18
6.2
Mounting ....................................................................................................................................................... 19
6.3
Electrical connection..................................................................................................................................... 20
Operation .................................................................................................................................................................. 21
7.1
Extended operation ...................................................................................................................................... 21
7.1.1
7.1.2
7.1.3
8
Installation, commissioning and maintenance ............................................................................................... 9
Safety instructions ........................................................................................................................................ 10
RESET OPTIONS ........................................................................................................................................ 21
Operating statuses ....................................................................................................................................... 22
Operation of system via the app .................................................................................................................. 22
Commissioning ......................................................................................................................................................... 23
8.1
Brief instructions for typical commissioning .................................................................................................. 23
Implementation by fitter / expert .................................................................................................................. 23
Implementation by end user (Continuation of previous view) ...................................................................... 25
8.2
Preparatory steps ......................................................................................................................................... 27
8.3
Explanation of commissioning procedure ..................................................................................................... 27
8.3.1
8.4
8.4.1
8.4.2
8.4.3
8.4.4
8.5
Overview of configuration ............................................................................................................................ 28
Login / registration of a Busch-ControlTouch® ............................................................................................. 30
First login of the Busch-ControlTouch® at myABB-LivingSpace without an available access..................... 30
Registration and login .................................................................................................................................. 30
Registering and setting up the Busch-ControlTouch® via myABB-LivingSpace .......................................... 31
Initial commissioning of device (direct access) ............................................................................................ 32
Sending an invitation to the customer.......................................................................................................... 35
Login of new Busch-ControlTouch® at myABB-LivingSpace with existing access ...................................... 36
Creating a project - System configuration .................................................................................................... 37
8.5.1
General information ..................................................................................................................................... 37
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8.5.2
8.5.3
8.5.4
8.5.5
8.5.6
8.5.7
8.5.8
8.5.9
8.5.10
8.5.11
8.5.12
8.6
Creating a project......................................................................................................................................... 37
Opening the configuration page ................................................................................................................... 38
Group addresses ......................................................................................................................................... 40
Cameras ...................................................................................................................................................... 45
Commands ................................................................................................................................................... 48
Data logger .................................................................................................................................................. 49
Presence detection ...................................................................................................................................... 51
Triggers ........................................................................................................................................................ 53
Scripts .......................................................................................................................................................... 55
Creation of scripts ........................................................................................................................................ 56
Assigning a project to a device .................................................................................................................... 66
Copy project ................................................................................................................................................. 66
Delete project ............................................................................................................................................... 66
Creating a profile .......................................................................................................................................... 67
8.6.1
8.6.2
8.6.3
8.6.4
Opening the configuration page ................................................................................................................... 67
Call-up of standard profile ............................................................................................................................ 69
Create new profile ........................................................................................................................................ 70
Copy profile .................................................................................................................................................. 70
Delete profile ................................................................................................................................................ 70
Creation of pages......................................................................................................................................... 71
Call-up of standard page.............................................................................................................................. 71
Opening the configuration page ................................................................................................................... 71
Create a new page....................................................................................................................................... 74
Listing of profile(page) elements (actions) ................................................................................................... 75
RTC mode selection .................................................................................................................................... 75
Command sender ........................................................................................................................................ 76
Display light intensity ................................................................................................................................... 77
Data Logger ................................................................................................................................................. 78
Date / time .................................................................................................................................................... 80
Dimmer ........................................................................................................................................................ 81
Goto account................................................................................................................................................ 82
Goto menu ................................................................................................................................................... 83
Group header ............................................................................................................................................... 84
Blind ............................................................................................................................................................. 85
Camera ........................................................................................................................................................ 86
Empty space ................................................................................................................................................ 87
Display atm. pressure .................................................................................................................................. 88
Display atmospheric humidity ...................................................................................................................... 89
RGB control ................................................................................................................................................. 90
Switch .......................................................................................................................................................... 91
Page link ...................................................................................................................................................... 92
Static text ..................................................................................................................................................... 93
Scene ........................................................................................................................................................... 94
Push button row ........................................................................................................................................... 95
Display temperature ..................................................................................................................................... 97
Change temperature .................................................................................................................................... 98
UPnP slider ................................................................................................................................................ 100
Variable text ............................................................................................................................................... 101
Web page ................................................................................................................................................... 103
Display value.............................................................................................................................................. 104
Value controller .......................................................................................................................................... 106
Value transmitter ........................................................................................................................................ 108
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8.6.5
8.6.6
8.6.7
8.6.8
8.6.9
8.7
Value push button ...................................................................................................................................... 109
Display windspeed ..................................................................................................................................... 110
Profile(page) elements (actions) ................................................................................................................ 111
Delete pages .............................................................................................................................................. 111
Copy pages ................................................................................................................................................ 111
Delete pages .............................................................................................................................................. 111
Alarms ........................................................................................................................................................ 112
Opening the configuration page ................................................................................................................. 112
Overview of alarms .................................................................................................................................... 114
Create and add alarms .............................................................................................................................. 114
Adjust alarm ............................................................................................................................................... 115
Delete alarm............................................................................................................................................... 116
Additional settings for the device (configuration page) ............................................................................... 117
8.7.1
8.7.2
8.7.3
8.7.4
Opening the configuration page ................................................................................................................. 117
App settings ............................................................................................................................................... 119
Local users................................................................................................................................................. 119
Overview of users ...................................................................................................................................... 119
Create and add users ................................................................................................................................ 120
Adjust users ............................................................................................................................................... 120
Delete users ............................................................................................................................................... 121
Access rights (roles) .................................................................................................................................. 121
Overview of roles ....................................................................................................................................... 121
Create and add roles ................................................................................................................................. 121
Adjust roles ................................................................................................................................................ 122
Delete roles ................................................................................................................................................ 122
Sending an invitation to the customer........................................................................................................ 123
8.8
Importing the configuration into the Busch-ControlTouch®......................................................................... 124
8.9
Settings in the device (direct access) ......................................................................................................... 125
8.9.1
8.9.2
8.9.3
8.9.4
8.9.5
8.9.6
8.9.7
8.9.8
8.9.9
8.9.10
8.9.11
8.9.12
8.9.13
8.9.14
8.9.15
8.10
Global settings ........................................................................................................................................... 126
Status specifications .................................................................................................................................. 128
Optional creation of scenes ....................................................................................................................... 128
Optional setting of time programs (timer) .................................................................................................. 131
Proxy settings – Internet connection (Port allocation) ............................................................................... 133
Integration of UPnP devices ...................................................................................................................... 134
Adjustment of KNX settings ....................................................................................................................... 135
User protocols ............................................................................................................................................ 136
Change password ...................................................................................................................................... 137
Granting authorization................................................................................................................................ 137
Configuration of Philips Hue ...................................................................................................................... 138
Display of available scripts......................................................................................................................... 140
Display of existing alarm messages .......................................................................................................... 140
Restart the device ...................................................................................................................................... 140
Reset to factory settings ............................................................................................................................ 140
Installation and setting of the app ............................................................................................................... 141
8.10.1
8.10.2
8.10.3
8.10.4
8.10.5
8.10.6
8.10.7
Installation process .................................................................................................................................... 141
Settings ...................................................................................................................................................... 142
Default Settings.......................................................................................................................................... 146
Scenes ....................................................................................................................................................... 148
Timer – Time programs.............................................................................................................................. 151
Alarm list .................................................................................................................................................... 153
Load configuration profile........................................................................................................................... 154
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8.10.8
8.11
9
Updating options ..................................................................................................................................................... 157
9.1
10
Firmware update......................................................................................................................................... 157
Maintenance ........................................................................................................................................................... 158
10.1
11
Information on data protection ................................................................................................................... 155
Delete device .............................................................................................................................................. 156
Cleaning ..................................................................................................................................................... 158
Index ....................................................................................................................................................................... 159
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Notes on the instruction manual
1
Notes on the instruction manual
Please read through this manual carefully and observe the information it contains. This will
assist you in preventing injuries and damage to property, and ensure both reliable operation and
a long service life for the device.
Please keep this manual in a safe place.
If you pass the device on, also pass on this manual along with it.
ABB accepts no liability for any failure to observe the instructions in this manual.
If you require additional information or have questions about the device, please contact ABB or
visit our Internet site at:
www.BUSCH-JAEGER.com
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Safety
2
Safety
The device has been constructed according to the latest valid regulations governing technology
and is operationally reliable. It has been tested and left the factory in a technically safe and
reliable state.
However, residual hazards remain. Read and adhere to the safety instructions to prevent
hazards of this kind.
ABB accepts no liability for any failure to observe the safety instructions.
2.1
Information and symbols used
The following Instructions point to particular hazards involved in the use of the device or provide
practical instructions.
Danger
Risk of death / serious damage to health
– The respective warning symbol in connection with the signal word "Danger"
indicates an imminently threatening danger which leads to death or serious
(irreversible) injuries.
Warning
Serious damage to health
– The respective warning symbol in connection with the signal word "Warning"
indicates a threatening danger which can lead to death or serious
(irreversible) injuries.
Caution
Damage to health
– The respective warning symbol in connection with the signal word "Caution"
indicates a danger which can lead to minor (irreversible) injuries.
Attention
Damage to property
– This symbol in connection with the signal word "Attention" indicates a
situation which could cause damage to the product itself or to objects in its
surroundings.
NOTE
This symbol in connection with the word "Note" indicates useful tips and
recommendations for the efficient handling of the product.
The following safety symbols are used in the operating manual.
This symbol alerts to electric voltage.
2.2
Intended use
The Busch-ControlTouch® is designed only for interior areas of buildings. The devices permit
the easy and direct operation of building automation systems using Apple or Android or a
laptop/desktop PC. In the process, control is implemented through a direct KNX connection
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Safety
(inside the building) or via the Internet (outside the building). The associated app detects the
status of switches and dimmers, for example. As a result, they can be opened and viewed
without complex programming using the app.
The device is intended for the following:
■
operation according to the listed technical data.
■
installation in dry interior rooms and only on mounting rails according to DIN EN 60715,
■
Use with the connecting options available on the device.
The intended use also includes adherence to all specifications in this mnaual.
2.3
Improper use
Each use not listed in Chapter 2.2 “Intended use“ on page 7 is deemed improper use and can
lead to personal injury and damage to property.
ABB is not liable for damages caused by use deemed contrary to the intended use of the
device. The associated risk is borne exclusively by the user/operator.
The device is not intended for the following:
■
Unauthorized structural changes
■
Repairs
■
Outdoor use
■
The use in bathroom areas
■
Insert with an additional bus coupler
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2.4
Target group / Qualifications of personnel
2.4.1
Installation, commissioning and maintenance
Installation, commissioning and maintenance of the device must only be carried out by trained
and properly qualified electrical installers.
The electrical installer must have read and understood the manual and follow the instructions
provided.
The electrical installer must adhere to the valid national regulations in his/her country governing
the installation, functional test, repair and maintenance of electrical products.
The electrical installer must be familiar with and correctly apply the "five safety rules" (DIN VDE
0105, EN 50110):
1. Disconnect
2. Secure against being re-connected
3. Ensure there is no voltage
4. Connect to earth and short-circuit
5. Cover or barricade adjacent live parts
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2.5
Safety instructions
Danger - Electric voltage!
Electric voltage! Risk of death and fire due to electric voltage of 230 V.
Dangerous currents flow through the body when coming into direct or indirect
contact with live components. This can result in electric shock, burns or even
death.
■
Work on the 230 V supply system may only be performed by authorised and
qualified electricians.
■
Disconnect the mains power supply before installation / disassembly.
■
Never use the device with damaged connecting cables.
■
Do not open covers firmly bolted to the housing of the device.
■
Use the device only in a technically faultless state.
■
Do not make changes to or perform repairs on the device, on its components
or its accessories.
■
Keep the device away from water and wet surroundings.
Caution! - Risk of damaging the device due to external factors!
Moisture and contamination can damage the device.
■
Protect the device against humidity, dirt and damage during transport,
storage and operation.
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Information on protection of the environment
3
Information on protection of the environment
3.1
Environment
Consider the protection of the environment!
Used electric and electronic devices must not be disposed of with domestic
waste.
– The device contains valuable raw materials which can be recycled.
Therefore, dispose of the device at the appropriate collecting depot.
All packaging materials and devices bear the markings and test seals for proper disposal.
Always dispose of the packaging material and electric devices and their components via the
authorized collecting depots and disposal companies.
The products meet the legal requirements, in particular the laws governing electronic and
electrical devices and the REACH ordinance.
(EU Directive 2012/19/EU WEEE and 2011/65/EU RoHS)
(EU REACH ordinance and law for the implementation of the ordinance (EC) No.1907/2006).
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4
Setup and function
4.1
Device overview
Fig. 1:
Overview of devices
[A] Connection of auxiliary voltage 5 - 36 V DC
[B] Junction box 5 V DC
[C] Reset button
[D] UTP connection (LAN)
[E] Display of operating statuses (LEDs)
[F] KNX bus connection
The Busch-ControlTouch® is designed only for interior areas of buildings. The devices permit
the easy and direct operation of building automation systems via Apple devices (also Apple
SmartWatch), Android devices or laptop/desktop. The control is carried out via direct KNX
connection (inside the building) or via the Internet (outside the building). The associated app
detects the status of switches and dimmers, for example. As a result, they can be opened and
viewed without complex programming using the app.
The 4 MW MDRC device can be connected directly to a KNX bus line via the integrated bus
coupler.
Commissioning / parameterization is carried out web-based via myABB-LivingSpace. Also
adjustments to the device settings are made here and then automatically loaded into the MDRC
device. These adjustments are then available immediately. This means that all data are
available at the personal access of the myABB-LivingSpace Internet portal. The direct activation
is carried out via a safe Internet connection.
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Additional product features:
■
Easy visualization through list menu and colour concept
■
Changes can be made online
■
Simple APP remote control for KNX (also via VPN connection)
■
Simple control of KNX functions in the building
■
Integration of UPnP devices (e.g., Sonos)
■
Integration of Sonos and Philips Hue lamps
■
Integration of IP cameras
■
Creation of own scripts for logical functions (e.g. IF then ELSE)
■
Scenes and time programs can be edited and/or adjusted by the end customer
■
Use as alarm system
■
Alarm and error messages via push message
NOTE
A separate power adapter is required for the power supply (e.g. priOn power
adaptor 6358-101-500).
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Setup and function
4.2
Scope of supply
Included in the scope of delivery are:
■
4 MW MDRC device
■
UTP cable
The app can be downloaded via the Apple Store or Google Store free of charge. A power
adapter for the power supply (e.g. priOn power adaptor 6358-101-500) must be ordered
separately!
4.3
Overview of types
Article number
Product name
Usage
Busch-ControlTouch®
Residential buildings,
small to medium-sized
commercial buildings,
office buildings and
hotels.
6136/APP-500
Table 1:
Overview of types
4.4
Functions
4.4.1
Function overview
The following tables provide an overview of the control elements, possible functions and
applications of the device.
Control elements
Switch
Humidity display
Dimmer
Wind speed display
Blind
Other displays
Start scene
Value transmitter
Date/time
Adjust RTC temperature
Go to account
RTC operating mode
Go to menu
Controller
Go to page
Send command
RGB control
Slider
Push-button row
Static text
Empty line
Variable text
Push-button
IP camera
Temperature display
Website
Brightness display
Diagram
Atmospheric pressure display
Table 2:
Overview of control elements
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Functions
Scene editor
Presence detection option (proof from local users
in Wi-Fi network via arpscan)
Weekly timer (with astro function)
Local user support (and roles with user rights)
Logic scripts (e.g., IF then ELSE)
KNXnet/IP tunnel -> ETS programming option
(can be released by the end user)
Alarm messages (e-mail and push messages)
"Read prompt" (which objects must be read after
a reboot)
Diagrams (with zoom function)
"Bridge" function to convert telegrams to Philips
Hue telegram
RGB / RGBW support
uPnP audio support (e.g. Sonos)
IP camera (MJPEG)
TCP commands (outgoing, no feedback signal!)
PTZ support (Axis, Mobotix)
HTTP commands (outgoing, no feedback signal!)
Table 2:
4.4.2
Overview of functions
Description of functions
With the device and associated app, KNX systems can be operated with iPhone or iPod touch
(also Apple Watch). User-friendliness is the main focus, both for the fitter and the end user.
Most adjustments can be performed by the end user with the app.
The KNX systems are easy to operate with the app, which is free of charge. The app
communicates with the device via a safe channel, which allows the app to be used also via the
Internet. Since the device remembers the status of the switches and dimmers, the app can open
and replay them without having to perform complicated programming.
All connected devices are participants at the KNX bus.
Fig. 2:
Description of functions
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Technical data
5
Technical data
5.1
Technical data
Designation
Value
Connection voltage
Auxiliary voltage: 5 - 36 VDC
Power consumption
250 mA (at 5 VDC)
KNX connection
Bus connecting terminal, screwless
Ethernet
10 / 100 Mbit
Memory
4GB eMMC (flash), 256 MB DDR2 RAM
Processor
Cortex A5
Ambient temperature
0°C - +70°C
Relative humidity
0 – 90% (non-condensing)
Protection type
IP 20
Housing fire resistance
UL94-V0
Storage temperature
-40°C - +85°C
■
Discovery (2198 UDP)
■
Apps (2199 TCP)
■
HTTP (80 en 8000 TCP)
■
HTTP trigger (8001 TCP)
■
DNS (53 TCP)
■
NTP (123 TCP/UDP)
■
HTTP(80 TCP)
■
HTTPS (443 TCP)
■
KNXnet/IP (3671 UDP)
■
uPnP (1900 UDP, 3400 TCP)
■
Additional ports can be available depending on the
commands.
Input network ports used
Output network ports used
Table 3:
Technical data
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5.2
Dimensional drawings
Fig. 3:
Dimensions Busch-ControlTouch®
NOTE
All dimensions are in mm.
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Connection, installation / mounting
6
Connection, installation / mounting
Danger - Electric voltage!
Risk of death due to electrical voltage of 230 V during short-circuit in the lowvoltage line.
– Low-voltage and 230 V cables must not be installed together in a flushmounted socket!
6.1
Requirements for the electrician
Danger - Electric voltage!
Install the device only if you have the necessary electrical engineering
knowledge and experience.
■
Incorrect installation endangers your life and that of the user of the electrical
system.
■
Incorrect installation can cause serious damage to property, e.g. due to fire.
The minimum necessary expert knowledge and requirements for the installation
are as follows:
■
Apply the "five safety rules" (DIN VDE 0105, EN 50110):
1. Disconnect
2. Secure against being re-connected
3. Ensure there is no voltage
4. Connect to earth and short-circuit
5. Cover or barricade adjacent live parts.
■
Use suitable personal protective clothing.
■
Use only suitable tools and measuring devices.
■
Check the type of supply network (TN system, IT system, TT system) to
secure the following power supply conditions (classic connection to ground,
protective earthing, necessary additional measures, etc.).
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Connection, installation / mounting
6.2
Mounting
The modular DIN rail component must only be installed on mounting rails according to DIN EN
50022 / DIN 60715 TH 35 (including industrial version).
Installation
To install the device, perform the
following steps:
1. Latch the modular DIN rail
component onto the mounting rail.
Fig. 4:
Installation on mounting rails
Dismantling
To dismantle the device, perform the
following steps:
1. Pull the latch down with the aid of a
screwdriver [1]
2. Press the device upwards [2] and
then fold it toward the front [3].
Fig. 5:
Removal from the mounting rails
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Connection, installation / mounting
6.3
Electrical connection
Fig. 6:
Electrical connection
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Operation
7
7.1
Operation
Extended operation
Fig. 7:
Push-buttons and LEDs on the device
[A] Push-button: R1
[B] Push-button: R2
[C] LED: OK
[D] LED: Network
7.1.1
RESET OPTIONS
NOTE
The 2 push-buttons can be used either for a soft restart (resetting the
application) or a complete reboot.
Pushbutton
Action
Function
R1
Keep pressed during booting
Reset to factory settings
Press briefly
Complete reboot
Press long (> 3 seconds)
Reset to factory settings
Press briefly
Reset of the application
R2
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Operation
7.1.2
Operating statuses
NOTE
The 2 LEDs show one of the following,
–
–
–
LED
Colour
Display mode
Function
"OK"
Green
Flashes slowly
Booting or shutting down
Green
Lit constantly
Application is ready to start
Green
Flashes slowly
Normal procedure - OK
Yellow
Flashes slowly
No KNX connection
Red
Flashes fast
LAN problem, no network
Red / green
Flashes at
intervals
No Internet connection, only LAN connection
"Network"
7.1.3
Operational readiness
Status of LAN connection
Status of KNX connection
Operation of system via the app
After a profile has been loaded in the app (see chapter “Settings “ on page 142), it is directly
available. The devices integrated in the KNX bus system can now be operated directly via the
app. The following Figure shows an example of a visualization (User interface).
The control elements that are available and that can be
created are listed in Chapter 8.6.4 “Listing of
profile(page) elements (actions) “ on page 75.
Fig. 8:
Control elements
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Commissioning
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8.1
Commissioning
Brief instructions for typical commissioning
Implementation by fitter / expert
Login at myABB-LivingSpace
Register device for access (Account) myABBLivingSpace (input of serial number)
Creation via web
configuration page
a)
Create app access (account)
Allocation of name and password
Takeover of project data from ETS
(setting group addresses)
Create visualization
Install device at end user
(+ network connection)
1)
Locate device in network via IP locator
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Commissioning
Implementation by fitter / expert (Continuation of previous view)
b)
Creation of direct
access to device
Commission device
(Commissioning wizard)
Enter data for app access
(see above)
Creation via app on
terminal device
c)
Install app on terminal device.
Enter data for app access
(see above)
Select profile
Ready to start
1. Invitatation to end customer (see the following overview)
a) Chapter 8.3 “Explanation of commissioning procedure“ on page 27 + Chapter 8.4 “Login /
registration of a Busch-ControlTouch®“ on page 30
b) Chapter 8.7 “Additional settings for the device (configuration page) “ on page 117
c) Chapter 8.8 “Importing the configuration into the Busch-ControlTouch® “ on page 124
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Commissioning
Implementation by end user (Continuation of previous view)
Receipt of e-mail = login at myABBLivingSpace
Register device for access (Account) myABBLivingSpace (entry of serial number)
personalizing
Creation via web
configuration page
a)
Create app access (account)
Allocation of name and password
Create visualization
2)
b)
Creation via app on
terminal device
Install app on terminal device of end user
Enter data for app access (see above)
Ready to start
2. End user can adjust the visualization
a) Chapter 8.3 “Explanation of commissioning procedure“ on page 27+ Chapter 1 “Notes on
the instruction manual“ on page 6Anmeldung_Regsitrierung BCT</dg_ref_source_inline>
b) Chapter 8.8 “Importing the configuration into the Busch-ControlTouch® “ on page 124
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Overview of Busch-ControlTouch® system
Access via myABB-LivingSpace
Access via own password
Access to all
components via
password
1)
App access (account) → Editing profile
and visualization
Password for device during
registration (Password also for direct
access to device and app)!
2)
Device → Editing of scenes and time
programs, among others
Password of app access!
1)
3)
App → Editing of scenes and time
programs + control functions, among
others
Password of app access!
1) Internet connection necessary
2) Connection of device and Internet connection necessary
3) Transmission of data = Connection of device and Internet connection necessary;
Control of device = Also possible via home network (without Internet)
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8.2
Preparatory steps
NOTE
The devices are a product of the KNX system and meet KNX guidelines.
Detailed expert knowledge by means of KNX training sessions for a better
understanding is assumed. And, for all additional components of building
automation (e.g. Philips Hue), the appropriate know-how must be available if
they are to be used in the system.
1. Assigning group addresses:
–
The group addresses are assigned in connection with the ETS. This is carried out by the
fitter.
2. Exporting project ETS4 or ETS5!
–
8.3
This file can be loaded into the profile of the Busch-ControlTouch®. This is carried out
by the fitter.
Explanation of commissioning procedure
This chapter explains the working steps necessary for commissioning a v>T - aa_6136 -Produktbezeichnung</v>. It is directed at the implementing fitter (expert) and at his end
customer. Each device must first be registered by an "Expert", to subsequently enable the end
customer to carry out his individual configuration settings for his device. That is why the fitter
must create his access to the myABB-LivingSpace and register himself. Also the end customer
can let himself be registered. After the fitter has registered his device, he can generate an
automatic mail to the end customer. This mail contains a link on the registration page. Here the
end customer can also register himself for personal access to this device.
The commissioning procedure is described as follows:
1. Registering the device
–
Registration in advance is required for installation/configuration.
This is carried out via myABB-LivingSpace (for an explanation see Chapter 8.4 “Login /
registration of a Busch-ControlTouch®“ on page 30) This grants one personal access for
the device on the commissioning server.
NOTE
Attention! This is not direct commissioning of the device.
2.
Configuration
–
Configuration is carried out via myABB-LivingSpace in a web browser. This software is
used to create the system configuration.
–
The system configuration is saved on a central server and is respectively downloaded
from the Busch-ControlTouch® KNX.
–
Group addresses are imported from ETS 4, ETS5 or higher by importing the KNX
project directly to the commissioning server.
–
Additional optional extras, such as Philips Hue, can be configured separately. However,
for this the components must be connected with the system.
3. Connection of devices (for electrical connection of Busch-ControlTouch® see Chapter 6.3
“Electrical connection“ on page 20)
Additional components of building automation (e.g. Philips Hue) must be installed.
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NOTE
All the devices of the system must be correctly wired and connected to the bus
line! The Busch-ControlTouch must be integrated in the network. Only then is
voltage to be applied to the device.
4. Commissioning of the device via direct access to it.
5. Initialization
–
Transmission of individually configured data to the device (system).
6. Installing and setup of app.
NOTE
The app for controlling the connected KNX devices can be downloaded from
Apple Store or Google Store. An explanation about operation is available in
Chapter 7.1.3 “Operation of system via the app “ on page 22.
8.3.1
Overview of configuration
The configuration can be divided into 4 partial components:
1. Device (Busch-ControlTouch®)
The device must be registered by the fitter. This forms the basis for the next configuration steps.
Finally the device can also be registered by the end customer to carry out customer-specific
changes or supplementations.
2. Project
The project includes the current technical configuration (system configuration) for the building
automation system and the group addresses that are part of the project. All devices contained in
the system (also add-on components such as cameras, for example) are defined here. The
system components are enabled for the device and assigned to it during the transmission of the
project to a Busch-ControlTouch®.
3. Profile
The profile includes the form of the visualization (user interface) for smartphones and tablets for
operating the building automation system via the Busch-ControlTouch®. The visualization is
enabled for the device and assigned to it during the transmission of the profile to a BuschControlTouch®.
4. Pages
Each profile has a start page (menu page) and generally several follow-on pages. The follow-on
pages are equipped with actions (commands), which can be selected on the relevant page.
This, for example, creates a page for each room. The pages therefore are the different
visualization interfaces which serve for the control and operation of the profile.
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NOTE
The fitter (expert) can create the project and transmit it to the device. The fitter
(expert) can, of course, manage several projects and the device via an access.
He also has access to the configuration environment of the end customer.
Caution!
The end customer can block the access to the profiles for the expert by means
of his personal access via myABB-LivingSpace. Open the application "BuschControlTouch" (path: start page -> Service & Tools -> myABB-LivingSpace ->
My installations -> Busch-ControlTouch®). In case of several devices, select the
appropriate device from the list. The access can be blocked via the "Devices"
tab by activating the function "Limited access for expert".
NOTE
The end customer can appropriately adjust the project and the associated
pages. There is also the option of using several devices and profiles in parallel.
The profile which is to be assigned to the device can be selected on the
smartphone or the tablet.
The final sequence of the configuration is described in detail in the following, after the device
has been registered and a profile has been created. The Busch-ControlTouch® must be
configured appropriately before it can be used.
1. Preparation of a project with pages
2. Creation of pages. These are equipped with actions (commands), which can be selected on
the relevant page.
.
Creation of the start pages (menu pages)
3. Importing the configuration into the Busch-ControlTouch®
4. Optional creation of scenes and time programs (directly in the device)
5. Installation and setting of the app
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8.4
Login / registration of a Busch-ControlTouch®
The registration of your product is important to safeguard your warranty claims. The registration
is also necessary to configure your device. Each device must first be registered by an installer
(expert), to subsequently enable the end customer to carry out his individual configuration
settings for his device. The first login must be carried out if access to the registration page is not
yet available. That is why the fitter must create his access to the myABB-LivingSpace and
register himself. Also the end customer can let himself be registered. After the fitter has
registered his device, he can generate an automatic mail to the end customer. This mail
contains a link on the registration page. Here the end customer can also register himself for
personal access to this device.
8.4.1
First login of the Busch-ControlTouch® at myABB-LivingSpace without an available
access
Registration and login
1. Open the myABB-LivingSpace page and register as new user. The wizard will guide you
through the registration process.
NOTE
For commissioning it is absolutely essential that selection "Expert" is carried out.
Fig. 9:
Registration
You will receive an e-mail at the e-mail address you specified.
Your user account is activated by calling up the link in the e-mail.
2. You can now log yourself into the portal with your user name and password.
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Registering and setting up the Busch-ControlTouch® via myABB-LivingSpace
Fig. 10:
Menu item "My installations"
1. Open "My installations" after the registration
2. Then, click/tap on "Busch-ControlTouch®"
3. The, click/tap on "Call up Busch-ControlTouch®"
Fig. 11:
Registering the device
4. Enter the serial number (see the label on the side of the device) of the device. Confirm your
entry with "Next".
5. The wizard guides you through the registration.
NOTE
Here you assign the user name and the password for the app access! These
data will be used later also for direct commissioning and access to the app.
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6. Confirm with "Next".Now you can start to create the project (see chapter “Creating a project
- System configuration“ on page 37)
8.4.2
Initial commissioning of device (direct access)
NOTE
■
The device must be wired and installed correctly.
■
The integration into the network must have been carried out before voltage is
applied to the device.
■
An Internet connection must be available.
A corresponding connection to the corresponding device must be available. This connection can
be easily created via a special program, the so-called "IP Locator".
NOTE
■
The "IP Locator" program (additional software: Locate your BuschControlTouch®) must be installed beforehand. It can be downloaded free of
charge via the software download page of the e-catalogue (www.buschjaeger-catalogue.com). During the installation please observe the details
specified by the installation wizard.
■
An Internet connection must exist for the link. The device must also be
integrated in the network.
1. Ensure that the device is connected correctly in the network and has been
appropriately registered.
2. Open the "IP Locator" program.
Fig. 12:
IP Locator icon
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3. In the window which opens all devices correctly
connected in the network are displayed (the
illustration shows an example).
4. Select the appropriate device with a double click. The
connection will now be established.
The wizard for initial commissioning opens. It will guide
you automatically through the process.
Fig. 13:
IP Locator
5. Select a language.
Fig. 14:
Language menu
6. Enter the details for the location.
Fig. 15:
Menu for location settings
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7. Enter the user name and the password for personal
access to the Busch-ControlTouch®, which has been
assigned for the app access (see chapter “First login
of the Busch-ControlTouch® at myABB-LivingSpace
without an available access“ on page 30).
The device will be appropriately validated.
Fig. 16:
Menu for user name and password
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8. Then check the network settings for the connected
device.
Fig. 17:
Menu for network settings
9. Complete initial commissioning.
The direct access page to the device opens (see chapter
“Additional settings for the device (configuration page) “
on page 117).
Fig. 18:
8.4.3
Installation is complete
Sending an invitation to the customer
If desired, the customer can also receive personal access to the configuration of the device.
This allows him to adjust profile settings (depending on the access rights). For this, a login is
required at myABB-LivingSpace (if necessary, also an initial registration must be carried out).
The device should be appropriately set up before the invitation is sent (see previous chapter).
The end customer receives an e-mail with a link for the registration page. There he can set up
his personal access to the device, as described in Chapter 8.4.1 “First login of the BuschControlTouch® at myABB-LivingSpace without an available access“ on page 30. The fitter must
set the sending in the configuration page see chapter “Sending an invitation to the customer “
on page 123.
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8.4.4
Login of new Busch-ControlTouch® at myABB-LivingSpace with existing access
Login at the myABB-LivingSpace portal
NOTE
The fitter (expert) can have access, but manage several devices via the access.
1. Open the page myABB-LivingSpace.
2. Log yourself into the portal with your user name and password.
Registering and setting up the 3.
portal:
Busch-ControlTouch® via the myABB-LivingSpace
No device has yet been registered.
A device has already been registered.
After the login you are requested to admit the
access to the Busch-ControlTouch®.
a. To do this, tap on the corresponding
button.
a. Open the application "BuschControlTouch"
(path: start page → Service & Tools →
myABB-LivingSpace → My installations
→Busch-ControlTouch®)
and click on the following button:
b. Click on "+ Register a new device".
4. Then enter the serial number (see the label on the side of the device) of the device.
5. Confirm the entry.
The wizard guides you through the registration.
6. After the registration, follow the specifications in Chapter 8.4.2 “Initial commissioning of
device (direct access) “ on page 32 and Chapter 8.4.3 “Sending an invitation to the
customer “ on page 35.
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8.5
Creating a project - System configuration
8.5.1
General information
Each project includes components of the building automation system. Each component consists
of a combination of type, name and group address, to clearly identify the component.
The type (data type) of the component must harmonize with the characteristics of the building
automation component for which it is to be used (e.g. switch for "Switch on the light").
The name of the component is important for the identification by the end customer. This allows
an easy allocation of the component due to its clear designation (e.g. kitchen table lamp). The
end customer can independently adjust the names via the visualization interface (app).
The group address of the component is used for the functional allocation.
■
The sending group includes the group address to which a telegram is to be sent. A
maximum of one sending group address can be used per component.
■
The status groups include one or several group addresses to display the status of a
component. The sending group address is often also a status group.
■
The value includes the value that is to be sent or the value to which the BuschControlTouch® (building automation system) is to respond.
The group addresses are used by the different protocols of the building automation, e.g. Hue,
etc. Details about these protocols are available in the corresponding chapters of this manual.
NOTE
For each component it can be specified whether is available to the end customer
in scenes or timers (time programs). Normally all actuators (light, blind, etc.) that
are triggered by normal switches should also be available for scenes and the
timer.
By means of scenes the end customer can trigger a whole sequence of actions, with just one
press of the switch, for example. The end customer can compile the scene personally.
However, the fitter (expert) must create a basic structure of scenes beforehand to which the
Busch-ControlTouch® (building automation system) appropriately responds. For this the
Busch-ControlTouch® must receive the special group addresses and values. This means that
when a KNX device (e.g. switch) sends a telegram to one of these addresses, for example, the
Busch-ControlTouch® will then play this scene.
NOTE
Scenes for which the fitter (expert) has specified a group address, cannot be
deleted by the end customer.
Scenes can also be changed via the visualization (app). Here the end customer can also adjust
the names of the scenes.
NOTE
Only one KNX project can be created and used per device. However, there is
also the option that several devices are logged in. This then allows projects to be
created in parallel.
8.5.2
Creating a project
NOTE
Please note that when adjusting an existing project, or when an additional
project is to be created, access must always take place via myABB-LivingSpace.
Open the application "Busch-ControlTouch" (path: start page → Service & Tools
→ myABB-LivingSpace → My installations → Busch-ControlTouch®).
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In case of several devices, select the appropriate device from the list. The
adjustments can be made via the "Projects" tab.
Opening the configuration page
Open the myABB-LivingSpace page and log yourself in.
1. Click on "My installations"
2. Click on "Busch-ControlTouch"
Fig. 19:
My installations
Fig. 20:
Terminal devices
The available terminal devices are displayed.
3. Click on the icon.
Fig. 21:
Icon
Fig. 22:
Configuration page
The configuration page is displayed.
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A project can be created via the configuration page.
1. Select the desired device.
2. Tap on Projects.
The project overview opens.
Fig. 23:
Project overview
3. Tap on "+Add a new project".
A new project is created.
NOTE
A standard project [standard project (device number)] is automatically created
during the registration. This can also be used for editing.
4. Fill in the input fields according to the stipulations.
NOTE
The fields for the group addresses need not be filled in. However, if necessary,
"only sending" group addresses can be entered.
5. Confirm with "Change".
The specifications about the new project are saved.
6. Now carry out further adjustments for the project. Follow the details in the following subchapters.
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8.5.3
Group addresses
NOTE
First the group addresses and building details must be created in the ETS and
stored as project data! This can also take place first before all KNX devices have
been connected to the system.
Group addresses can be imported into the project from the ETS via menu item "Group
addresses".
Fig. 24:
Editing group addresses
1. Tap on menu item "Group addresses" in the project overview
2. Tap on the "Edit" button
Fig. 25:
Import KNXproj-file
3. Tap on the "Import KNXproj-file" button.
This allows an ETS project file to be imported into the project.
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Abb. 26: Group addresses
4. Tap on the "Select file" button.
The desired project file can be selected via the dialogue window. It will then be imported into the
project.
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Fig. 27:
>>Example of KNXproj import<<
5. Now you can define the group addresses you wish to use in the visualization. Various
options are available on how to proceed:
a
You select a specific group address from the list and specify for what purpose you wish
to use the group address (e.g. for a switch or a dimmer). Of course, you can only select
functions which match with the data point types in the ETS.
b
You can also select a complete main group or a middle group and the assign all
matching group addresses at once.
c
Check the building structure and search for your group address.
It is also possible to group the group addresses during the assignment according to:
–
Main and middle groups
–
Map
–
Self-assignment of a name to the group
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Fig. 28:
Functions
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Specifications for the group addresses can be made both in the top block (tab "Group
addresses") and in the bottom block. No direct adjustments can be made via the "Building" tab
(only link on components via "Value sent" and "Value received"). The following adjustments can
be made:
■
Name of the components
■
Sending (group address)
■
Status (group address)
■
Add status group
■
Grouping
■
Group name
■
Allow deactivate/activate in scenes and timers
■
Deactivate/activate read function
■
Type (via options list)
■
Copying and adding components via "Add as":
■
Add component via "+". The type can be specified beforehand via the options list.
■
Delete the component via the rubbish bin icon.
NOTE
■
The adjustments must be stored via the "Save" button.
■
To make it easier to find certain components, also the filter functions can be
used.
■
The components can be added to existing groups. Also new groups can be
added.
■
Later adjustments can be made at any time.
The order of the list can be changed via drag and drop.
The groups can be opened via "+". This allows everything that is part of the group to be seen.
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8.5.4
Cameras
NOTE
Please note that when adjusting an existing project, or when an additional
project is to be created, access must always take place via myABB-LivingSpace.
Open the application "Busch-ControlTouch" (path: start page → Service & Tools
→ myABB-LivingSpace → My installations → Busch-ControlTouch®).
In case of several devices, select the appropriate device from the list. The
adjustments can be made via the "Projects" tab.
Network cameras can be taken over into the group via menu item "Cameras". These can then
be available for applications in the app.
Fig. 29:
Add cameras
1. Tap on "Cameras"
2. Tap on "Add camera"
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Fig. 30:
Camera input field
3. Here enter the necessary data into the input fields.
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The following listing provides explanations:
■
Name:
■
Freely assignable name (e.g. camera at entrance)
Type:
Aside from Axis/Vapix or Mobotix also other types can be specified.
■
URL:
Depending on the type of camera either the basic URL of the camera
/Axis/Vapix or Mobotix) or the URL of the MJPEG stream/picture (others)
must be specified. This allows the camera to be directly controlled.
■
URL external:
The external URL is important when one is travelling and wants to see the
camera pictures via the app. Here the "Port forwarding" is used. The external
URL is also entered in the app. The app can then get the data directly.
■
Width:
Picture format of camera
■
Height:
Picture format of camera
■
Interval (s):
Specification in seconds, the interval at which a camera picture is to be sent.
■
Mobile/WIFI:
This can be used to specify what is to happen during a WIFI connection.
■
User name:
Some cameras have an access code. Entry of the user name.
■
Password:
Some cameras have an access code. Entry of the password.
■
Camera type:
Depending on the camera type, also the camera number (only one camera =
no entry) or functions such as zooming can be specified.
4. And finally, confirm with "Add".
The camera is taken up in the list of available cameras.
NOTE
Later adjustments can be made at any time:
■
Adjusting data:
Tap in the list on the editing icon next to the camera.
The editing page opens.
And finally, press the "Add" button.
■
Deleting:
Tap in the list on the editing icon next to the camera.
The editing page opens.
Click on the rubbish bin icon.
To find cameras easier in the list, also the filter functions can be used.
The cameras can be added to existing groups. Also new groups can be added.
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8.5.5
Commands
NOTE
Please note that when adjusting an existing project, or when an additional
project is to be created, access must always take place via myABB-LivingSpace.
Open the application "Busch-ControlTouch" (path: start page → Service & Tools
→ myABB-LivingSpace → My installations → Busch-ControlTouch®).
In case of several devices, select the appropriate device from the list. The
adjustments can be made via the "Projects" tab.
Menu item "Commands" can be used to specify commands for IP-bound devices to activate
them directly and integrate them into the building automation system.
Fig. 31:
>>Commands<<
1. Tap on "Commands".
2. Specify the following for the device:
■
Type (TCP call possible!)
■
Name of device
■
IP address (of device)
■
Port number (of device)
NOTE
This entry must be confirmed with "Save".
3. Tap on the "Save" button.
4. Create a new HTTP command.
5. Then select the command type.
6. Enter also a name for the command type (for later allocation) and the command value
(hexadecimal value).
7. And finally, tap on the "Save" button.
The TCP call can now be used for the "Trigger" function.
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8.5.6
Data logger
NOTE
Please note that when adjusting an existing project, or when an additional
project is to be created, access must always take place via myABB-LivingSpace.
Open the application "Busch-ControlTouch" (path: start page → Service & Tools
→ myABB-LivingSpace → My installations → Busch-ControlTouch®).
In case of several devices, select the appropriate device from the list. The
adjustments can be made via the "Projects" tab.
The data of components can be recorded via menu item "Data logger". This specifies the data
points that are to be stored. These can then be graphically displayed via the "Data logger"
control element.
Fig. 32:
Add data logger
1. Tap on menu item "Data logger"
2. Tap on the "Add data logger" button.
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Fig. 33:
Data logger input field
3. Enter a name here.
4. Specify the time period for logging.
Several can be selected in parallel.
5. Specify the data type:
■
Mean value, minimum and
maximum:
Transmitter sends fluctuating values such as temperature
(normal storage of data)
■
Totals/differences:
(Total is sent)
E.g. if a meter sends its reading (total value) → Delta is
calculated by the Busch-ControlTouch® (the meter does not
have this function!)
■
Totals/differences:
(Delta is sent)
E.g. a meter which sends its reading (Delta is calculated by the
meter directly)
6. Select the component (which supplies the data).
7. And finally, tap on the "Add" button.
The data logger is taken up in the list of available data loggers.
NOTE
Later adjustments can be made at any time:
■
Adjusting data:
Tap in the list on the editing icon next to the data logger. → The editing page
opens. And finally the "Add" button must be pressed.
■
Deleting:
Click/tap in the list on the editing icon next to the data logger. → The editing
page opens. Tap on the rubbish bin icon.
To find data loggers easier in the list, also the filter functions can be used.
The data loggers can be added to existing groups. Also new groups can be added.
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8.5.7
Presence detection
NOTE
Please note that when adjusting an existing project, or when an additional
project is to be created, access must always take place via myABB-LivingSpace.
Open the application "Busch-ControlTouch" (path: start page → Service & Tools
→ myABB-LivingSpace → My installations → Busch-ControlTouch®).
In case of several devices, select the appropriate device from the list. The
adjustments can be made via the "Projects" tab.
Menu item "Presence detection" can be used to specify that a trigger is activated as soon as the
terminal device enters the network area of the building automation system. This, for example,
allows lamps in the corridor to be switched on when someone enters the house.
Fig. 34:
Presence detection
1. Tap on menu item "Presence detection".
2. Adjust the specifications accordingly:
■
Name
Selection of a corresponding group address (e.g. switching
a lamp on). To find group addresses easier in the list, also
the filter functions can be used.
■
Night
Specification of night time (manual adjustment possible).
One does not want to be disturbed during this period and
that is why the function should be inactive.
■
Time-out (min)
The message is sent during this interval.
3. And finally, tap on the "Save" button.
The presence detection is, among others, taken up in the list of available presence detectors for
the alarms or triggers.
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NOTE
Later adjustments can be made at any time:
■
Adjusting data:
Adjust the data by either selecting a different group address or adjusting the
time specifications. And finally the "Save" button must be pressed.
■
Deleting:
Delete the entry for the group addresses under "Name". And finally the
"Save" button must be pressed.
To find group addresses easier in the list, also the filter functions can be used.
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8.5.8
Triggers
NOTE
Please note that when adjusting an existing project, or when an additional
project is to be created, access must always take place via myABB-LivingSpace.
Open the application "Busch-ControlTouch" (path: start page → Service & Tools
→ myABB-LivingSpace → My installations → Busch-ControlTouch®).
In case of several devices, select the appropriate device from the list. The
adjustments can be made via the "Projects" tab.
Menu item "Trigger" is used to specify conditions which can trigger an event / a function. When
a condition has been met, then an event that has been specified for it is triggered (e.g. switching
of a lamp (group addresses) or the playing of a scene).
Fig. 35:
Add triggers
1. Tap on menu item "Trigger"
2. Tap on the "Add trigger" button.
Fig. 36:
Trigger input field
Each trigger function can be activated and deactivated.
This function can also be carried out in the overview list with a click on the name.
3. Enter a name.
4. Specify with "Condition" which one is to trigger a triggering function.
The following conditions can be selected (depending on the type of condition, additional settings
are possible to further vary the condition).
■
Group address (specifying a group address which triggers an event / function)
■
HTTP trigger
■
Protocol connected/disconnected (connection or disconnection with KNX protocol)
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Trigger of presence detection (trigger for message when terminal device is again in the
home network).
5. Use "Trigger" to specify which event / function is to be triggered when the condition has
been met.
The following trigger functions can be selected (depending on the type of trigger, additional
settings are possible to further vary the trigger function).
.
■
Group address (specifying a group address, which is triggered)
■
Call-up of scene
■
Script (call-up of a specified script. This must be created beforehand)
■
Command (call-up of a specified command. This must be created beforehand)
And finally, tap on the "Ready" button.
The trigger function is taken up in the list of available trigger functions.
NOTE
Later adjustments can be made at any time:
■
Adjusting data:
Tap in the list on the editing icon next to the trigger function. → The editing
page opens. And finally the "Ready" button must be pressed.
■
Deleting:
Tap in the list on the editing icon next to the trigger function. → The editing
page opens. Tap on the rubbish bin icon.
To find trigger functions easier in the list, also the filter functions can be used.
The trigger functions can be added to existing groups. Also new groups can be added.
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8.5.9
Scripts
NOTE
Please note that when adjusting an existing project, or when an additional
project is to be created, access must always take place via myABB-LivingSpace.
Open the application "Busch-ControlTouch" (path: start page → Service & Tools
→ myABB-LivingSpace → My installations → Busch-ControlTouch®).
In case of several devices, select the appropriate device from the list. The
adjustments can be made via the "Projects" tab.
Menu item "Scripts" can be used to write one's own small programs (scripts) which can be used
in the Busch-ControlTouch®. These scripts are very flexible and can be used to add numerous
additional functions to a building automation system. Logic functions, delay actions (triggers),
scenes with RGB sequences and much more can be created. Scripts can be triggered by a
scene, a time program, an action (trigger) or another script.
Fig. 37:
Add scripts
1. Tap on menu item "Scripts"
2. Tap on the "Add script" button.
Fig. 38:
Scripts input field
3. Each script can be activated and deactivated.
NOTE
A deactivated script cannot be used. It can, however, be created and used
according to requirement. It can also be activated via the overview list (click on
name). This applies both to the lists on the configuration page and to the direct
access page of the device.
4. Enter a name.
5. Specify what is to take place after booting (e.g. start the script).
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6. Specify whether the script is to be available for scenes and time programs.
7. Now program the script.
NOTE
It is recommended that first the "Save and check" button is actuated. This
additionally causes a logic test of the entered script to be carried out. Faulty
specifications will be displayed.
8. And finally, press the "Save and close" button.
The script is taken up in the list of available scripts.
NOTE
Later adjustments can be made at any time:
■
Adjusting data:
Click/tap in the list on the editing icon next to the script. → The script editor
opens. And finally the "Save and close" button must be pressed.
■
Deleting:
Tap in the list on the editing icon next to the script. → The script editor
opens. Tap on the rubbish bin icon.
To find scripts easier in the list, also the filter functions can be used.
The scripts can be added to existing groups. Also new groups can be added.
Creation of scripts
Script editor
When you add or edit a script, you can select whether it should be enabled and you can select
whether the script should be available for the end user, to use in scenarios or the scheduler.
You can also select if the script should be started automatically, whenever the device is (re)
started.
IMPORTANT: Disabled scripts cannot be executed and will not be triggered when included in a
scenario, action or scheduler. This can be useful for testing and troubleshooting proposes.
However, keep in mind that a script can be enabled or disabled by another script!
39:
Script-Editor
The line numbers that are displayed next to the script are informational only and are not used in
the scripts themselves. Commands can be added by typing them in directly or by using the
command selection tool, located at the right hand side top corner. Make sure you are at the
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right position in the script editor when adding a command with the commands tool. When
adding a command with the commands tool, the appropriate fields regarding your configuration
will be added as links automatically. This allows a quick and easy way to add correct commands
using the editor.
After you have added one or more commands in the editor, you can verify if they are valid by
clicking the "Save and check" button. Your current script will be checked and redisplayed in the
editor. All lines that are correct will be displayed in black. All lines in red indicate it contains an
error somewhere on that line. Comment will always be displayed in green.
After correcting or adding lines, you can easily verify the script again by using the "Save and
check" button. When everything is correct you can use the "Save and close" button to close the
editor.
Note: scripts that contain errors can be saved and started. However the lines that contain errors
(and are displayed in red) will not be executed during the execution of the script. The program
will skip them and continue with the next line.
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Scripts will automatically stop running after the last command of the script has been executed.
When using the command selection tool, parts of the command will be displayed between []
brackets. These parts need to be replaced by valid input. The default text shown in between
these brackets will give you an indication of the required value.
Scripts are written using commands and values. Additionally scripts can be extended using
variables, calculations, functions and certain control structures like IF statements and WHILE
loops.
Commands
The commands section is divided in the different main types of commands that are available.
Controlling components
SET [component] TO [value]
With this command you can set bit, byte and float (2byte) components to a specified value. Use
the "." character as separator for floating point values. You can also use other components as
the value part of this command. This allows you to set one component to the value of another.
SET [RGB component] TO [red],[green],[blue]
This command lets you set a RGB component to a specified colour. The colour must be
described with the red, green and blue values, all using a range of 0--‐255. Instead of using
static values, you can replace any of the three primary colour parts with a BYTE component.
You can also replace all the component parts together with a single other RGB component. This
allows you to set a RGB component to another RGB components colour.
FADE [component] TO [value] IN [time]
This command is quite similar to the two commands above; you can use it on bytes, floats and
RGB values. Instead of setting the value directly, this command changes the values in steps
from the current value to the value specified. You can specify the time as a static value or use
the value of a component. Possible time units are MSEC/SEC/MIN/HOUR/DAY. If no units are
specified for the time value, milliseconds are assumed. This command changes the value of the
component every second. Similar to the SET command, you can also use this command in
combination with RGB components.
FADE [component] TO [value] in [time] STEP [time]
This command is similar to the command above; it just adds the specification of the step time.
When the step time is not specified, the FADE command changes the value every second. By
specifying the step time, you can change this to for example every 30 minutes, or 100
milliseconds. The minimum value is 100 milliseconds. Similar to the SET command, you can
also use this command in combination with RGB components.
READ [component]
With this command you can request the current status of the component on the bus. You can
also use the command for scenarios. This will perform a READ for every component that is
included in the scenario.
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Controlling (other) scripts
STOP
This command simply stops the current script.
RESTART
This command restarts the current script. In other words it starts running again from the
beginning.
IMPORTANT: restarting a script without using a WAIT command (see next section) will bring the
script in a direct infinite loop, which should be avoided.
START [script]
This will start another script if it is not running at the moment. Replace [script] with the actual
script you wish to start.
START AT BEGIN [script]
This will start another script if it is not running. If it is running it will tell the script to start over
again from the beginning (restart). Replace [script] with the actual script you wish to (re)start.
STOP [script]
This will stop another script if it is running. Replace [script] with the actual script you wish to
stop.
SET [script] TO [on/off]
This command allows you to enable or disable a script. Replace [script] which the actual script
you wish to enable/disable. All values greater than 0 are interpreted as ON, all values of 0 or
below are interpreted as OFF. This can be helpful when using a certain component to
activate/deactivate scripts.
Disabling a script that is currently running will also directly stop the script.
Using delays
WAIT [time] or WAIT [time] MSEC/SEC/MIN/HOUR/DAY
This command will put the script on hold for the given period of time. If no time units are
supplied, milliseconds are assumed. The maximum waiting time is approximately 20 days.
Instead of entering a static value, you can use a value from a component as well. (BYTE or
2BYTE)
WAIT [time] RANDOM [time]
This command is similar to the previous command, however, this command waits for the given
time with an addition of a random generated time in the interval given as the second time range.
For example: WAIT 1 HOUR RANDOM 30 MIN will wait somewhere between 1 hour and 1,5
hours. Every time the command is executed, this will be recalculated with a different result.
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Scenarios, alerts and schedulers
Existing scenarios, alerts and schedulers can be used in scripts, with the following commands:
CALL [scenario]
This will call the specified scenario. Replace [scenario] with the actual scenario you wish to call.
LEARN [scenario]
This will modify the scenario. All components in the scenario will be set to their current state in
the home automation installation.
CALL [alert] or CALL [alert] WITH [value]
This allows you to use the alert service from within scripts. If no value is specified, 0 is used.
Replace [alert] with the actual alert you wish to call.
SET [scheduler] TO [on/off]
This command allows you to enable of disable a scheduler. Replace [scheduler] with the actual
scheduler you wish to activate or deactivate. All values greater than 0 are interpreted as ON, all
values of 0 or below are interpreted as OFF. Keep in mind this will only work on schedulers that
can be manually enabled or disabled. Schedulers that are automatically enabled or disabled
based on a component cannot be enabled or disabled by a script.
Commands
EXECUTE [network command]
This allows you to use a network command from within scripts. Replace [network command]
with the actual command you wish to use.
EXECUTE [ir command]
This allows you to use an infrared command from within scripts. Replace [ir command] with the
actual command you wish to use.
EXECUTE ON [upnp device] [upnp command]
This allows you to use a command on a uPnP device from within scripts. Replace [upnp device]
with the desired uPnP device and [upnp command] with the actual command you wish to use.
EXECUTE ON [diva] [diva macro]
This allows you to use a command on a diva device from within scripts. Replace [diva] with the
desired diva server and [diva macro] with the diva macro you wish to use.
Values
When you insert a command through the script command list, values and components are
displayed in [ ] brackets. These are displayed to indicate what you should enter at the
appropriate location. When possible the editor will make a link to the right listing of components,
scripts, alerts, schedules or scenarios. The right value can then be selected.
Valid components are written for example as SCENARIO(123/name). In this example a
scenario is intended with the identifier "123". The name is displayed for readability only. You do
not have to enter the correct name, because the correct name will be automatically inserted
after the script is validated.
For many commands you will normally use a static value, for example WAIT 20 SEC. However,
in some circumstances it might by useful to use the value of a component instead. With all
commands you can replace the static value with a component.
Time values are assumed in milliseconds if no time unit is specified. Valid units are: MSEC,
SEC, MIN, HOUR and DAY.
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Variables and calculation
The basic commands and values can be extended further with the use of variables and
calculations.
Variables
You can define your own variables in scripts, which are defined as global variables, useable
across all different scripts on the device. A variable starts with a dollar sign „$”, for example:
$AVERAGE The name of the variable can consist of alphanumeric characters (A--‐Z and 0--‐9).
You can use variables to store any value, for example:
$LIGHTPERCENTAGE =0
SET BYTE(21/Spots) TO $LIGHTPERCENTAGE
Or
$LIGHTSPOTS = BYTE(21/Spots)
SET BYTE(24/Spots Kitchen) TO $LIGHTSPOTS
Calculation
You can use variables to calculate values using arithmetic operators. Calculations are written in
the following manner:
$MAXLIGHT = ( 2 * 10 ) + 10
Of course you can use values of components as well, for example:
$MAXLIGHT = ( 2 * BYTE(21/Spots) ) + 10
IMPORTANT: when using calculations you should always make use of brackets. When no
brackets are used, the calculation is processed in the order it is written! For instance 2 * 10 + 10
will result in 30, but 10 + 2 * 10 will have a result of 24. You can prevent this by writing: 10 +
(2*10). Always keep this in mind when using calculations.
Floating point values can be used by using the "." as a separator, for instance 2.42
Note that all variables are ABB wide. So if you set a specific variable in one script another script
can use that value as well. If you want to use a specific variable only in one script, make sure
other scripts do not use the same variable name.
The following operators can be used:
+
plus
-
minus
*
multiply
/
divide
%
modulo (division remainder)
^
power
&
and
(result = 1 if both values greater than 0, 0 if not)
|
or
(result = 1 if one of the values is greater then 0, 0 if not)
=
is equal to
(result = 1 if true, 0 if not)
<
is smaller than
(result = 1 if true, 0 if not)
>
is greater than
(result = 1 if true, 0 if not)
<>
is not equal to
(result = 1 if true, 0 if not)
A square root can be made with the power operator: ^ (1/2) = to the power of ½ = the square
root of the value.
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Functions
There are several functions available in scripts to calculate values. These functions can be used
in combination with commands or with variables.
Mathematical
ROUND (value) or ROUND (value, precision)
Returns the rounded value of the given value. When no precision is specified, a precision of 0 is
used. For example ROUND(4,3) = 4 and ROUND(4,321, 1) = 4,3.
FLOOR (value) or FLOOR (value, precision)
Returns the floored (rounded down) value of the given value. When no precision is specified, a
precision of 0 is used. For example FLOOR(4,7) = 4 and FLOOR(4,987, 1) = 4,9
CEIL (value) or CEIL (value, precision)
Return the ceiled (rounded up) value of the given value. When no precision is specified, a
precision of 0 is used. For example CEIL(4,3) = 5 and CEIL(4,321, 1) = 4,4
ABS (value)
Returns the absolute value of the given value, so ABS(--‐4) = 4 and ABS(6,13) = 6,13.
MIN (value, value, value, ..)
Returns the minimum value of all the parameters given. Requires a minimum of one parameter.
MAX (value, value, value, ..)
Returns the maximum value of all the parameters given. Requires a minimum of one parameter.
AVG (value, value, value, ..)
Returns the average value of all the parameters given. Requires a minimum of one parameter.
RANDOM (max value)
Returns a random value between 0 and the given maximum value.
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Time functions
NOW()
Returns the current time as a timestamp in seconds since january 1st 1970 (unix date). This
timestamp can be compared to an earlier value to determine how much time has passed.
DAYTIME() of DAYTIME(timestamp)
Returns a 1 if the sun is up and a 0 if the sun is down. When a timestamp is given, this time is
used, otherwise the current time is used.
SECOND() of SECOND(timestamp)
Returns the amount of seconds (0--‐59). When a timestamp is given, this time is used,
otherwise the current time is used.
MINUTE() of MINUTE(timestamp)
Returns the amount of minutes (0--‐59). When a timestamp is given, this time is used, otherwise
the current time is used.
HOUR() of HOUR(timestamp)
Returns the amount of hours (0--‐23). When a timestamp is given, this time is used, otherwise
the current time is used.
DAYOFWEEK() of DAYOFWEEK(timestamp)
Returns the day of the week (1--‐7). When a timestamp is given, this time is used, otherwise the
current time is used. 1 = Sunday, 2 = Monday, .. 7 = Saturday.
DAYOFMONTH() of DAYOFMONTH(timestamp)
Returns the day of the month (1--‐31). When a timestamp is given, this time is used, otherwise
the current time is used.
DAYOFYEAR() of DAYOFYEAR(timestamp)
Returns the day of the year (1--‐366). When a timestamp is given, this time is used, otherwise
the current time is used.
MONTH() of MONTH(timestamp)
Returns the month (1--‐12). When a timestamp is given, this time is used, otherwise the current
time is used.
YEAR() of YEAR(timestamp)
Returns the year, for example "2015". When a timestamp is given, this time is used, otherwise
the current time is used.
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Control structures
IF and WHILE
You can use IF statements and WHILE loops to execute specific actions only if a condition is
met. The condition can be defined using all arithmetic operators as explained above.
For example:
IF $LIGHT > 33,33
$LIGHT = 33,33
The action that is written on the second line is only executed when the calculation behind the IF
statement is TRUE (greater than 0). The action will be skipped if the result is FALSE (0 or
below).
If you use an IF statement, you can also add an ELSE statement, like this:
IF $LIGHT > 33,33
$X = 100
ELSE
$X = 0
The ELSE statement should always be on a separate line, directly below the command to
execute when the condition of the IF statement is met.
Apart from the IF statement, a WHILE statement can also be used. The difference between an
IF statement and a WHILE statement is that an IF statement is performed once and a WHILE
statement will be repeated until the condition is no longer met, for example:
$COUNT = 0
WHILE $COUNT < 10
$COUNT = $COUNT+1
The example above will increase the variable COUNT until it is 10 or greater. How to execute
multiple commands, see the next section.
IMPORTANT: when the condition is never ending, the WHILE loop will continue indefinitely.
Allowing this without using a WAIT command will bring the script in a direct infinite loop, which
should be avoided.
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BEGIN and END
If you need to execute more than one command after a IF, WHILE or ELSE statement, you can
use BEGIN and END statements.
These should be written on separate lines as well, for example:
$X = 0
WHILE $X < 11
BEGIN
$Y = $X * 10
SET BYTE(22/EXAMPLE BYTE) TO $Y
$X = $X + 1
END
Another example:
IF $LIGHT > 33,33
BEGIN
$X = 100
$Y = 0
END
ELSE
BEGIN
$X = 0
$Y = 100
END
Other
SEND WAKEONLAN TO [ma:c :ad:re:ss]
With this command you can send a wake on lan command to a network device.
Replace [ma:c :ad:re:ss] with the mac--‐address of the intended device.
OPEN KNXTUNNEL
With this command you can enable the knx tunnel access on the device for programming with
ETS for a period of 8 hours.
CLOSE KNXTUNNEL
With this command you can disable the knx tunnel access on the device for programming with
ETS
Using all described commands, values, functions and control structures will allow you to create
almost any functionality required.
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8.5.10
Assigning a project to a device
Several projects can be created. However, only one project can be used in the one device. This
means that one project is to be assigned to a device. This is carried out via the "Project in
device" function. All available projects can be selected from the options list. Access is gained
via myABB-LivingSpace. Open the application "Busch-ControlTouch" (path: start page →
Service & Tools → myABB-LivingSpace → My installations → Busch-ControlTouch®). In case
of several devices, select the appropriate device from the list. The function is called up via the
"Device" tab.
8.5.11
Copy project
Each project with all its data can be copied. The advantage is that one can take over a project
for which one wants to make only a few adjustments for a different end customer, for example.
1. Select the project you wish to copy in the right menu column.
The project opens.
2. Tap on the copy icon in the top right.
The project is copied and indicated in the menu column with [duplicated].
8.5.12
Delete project
Each project can also be deleted.
1. Select the project you wish to delete in the menu column.
The project opens.
2. Tap on the rubbish bin icon.
3. Confirm the message.
The project is deleted.
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8.6
Creating a profile
The profile includes the form of the visualization (user interface) for smartphones and tablets for
operating the building automation system via the Busch-ControlTouch®. The visualization is
enabled for the device and assigned to it during the transmission of the profile to a BuschControlTouch®.
Each profile has a collection of pages. This means that each profile has a start page (navigation
page) and generally several follow-on pages. These can be differentiated in further menu pages
and follow-on control pages. This means that navigation pages consist of page links on the
control pages. The control pages are equipped with actions (commands), which can be selected
on the relevant page. This, for example, creates a page for each room. The pages therefore are
the different visualization interfaces which serve for the control and operation of the profile.
A standard profile is automatically created when the device is registered. This can then be
edited further. The basic settings of the profile determine the general appearance (such as
background colour) of the pages.
NOTE
Please note that when adjusting an existing profile, or when an additional profile
is to be created, access must always take place via myABB-LivingSpace . Open
the application "Busch-ControlTouch" (path: start page → Service & Tools →
myABB-LivingSpace → My installations → Busch-ControlTouch®). In case of
several devices, select the appropriate device from the list. The adjustments can
be made via the "Devices" tab.
Opening the configuration page
Open the myABB-LivingSpace page and log yourself in.
1. Click on "My installations"
2. Click on "Busch-ControlTouch"
Fig. 40:
My installations
Fig. 41:
Terminal devices
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The available terminal devices are displayed.
3. Click on the icon.
Fig. 42:
Icon
Fig. 43:
Configuration page
The configuration page is displayed.
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Call-up of standard profile
1.
Tap on "Profiles".
The standard profile opens.
Fig. 44:
Profile input field
You can now continue to edit the standard profile directly or create a copy (see chapter “Copy
profile “ on page 70) which can then be edited.
2. Enter a new name for the profile. The following selections can be made:
■
Other device if several devices are available.
■
Which page is to be the start page on a terminal device after the app has been started
(pages must be created beforehand!). If nothing is specified here, then the page which
was displayed last is always opened after the app is started.
■
Back to the page: (this page is called up automatically after time-out has expired)
(pages must be created beforehand!).
■
Back to the time-out page (s): after the set time the page that was entered under "Back
to the page" is automatically called up.
NOTE
The other fields merely serve for information!
3. Then, click/tap on the "Adjust" button.
The adjusted specifications about the profile are saved.
.
Now carry out further adjustments for the project.
Follow the details in the following sub-chapters.
NOTE
Often it is easier to first select a profile that is similar to the profile to be created.
This can then be copied (see chapter “Copy profile “ on page 70), with which a
complete copy of the profile is prepared. This copy can then be adjusted.
The entry "Extended options" is only available if the fitter has enabled this option under
"Devices"!
The standard page settings can be adjusted for the navigation and control pages. Here the
colours of different components of the pages can be adjusted.
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NOTE
The individual options must be activated so that the adjustments can be
transmitted. The colour values can be easily adjusted with entries in the input
fields. They are taken over immediately by tapping on the "Adjust" button. The
adjustments can then be checked immediately in the image of the iPhone.
The adjustments made here generally apply to all navigation and control pages.
However, also individual adjustments can be made for the individual pages (see
chapter “Copy profile “ on page 70).
■
Background colour:
Adjustment of the background colour for the entire page (without title
block)
■
Background colour
gradient:
Adjustment of the basic colour of the background colour gradient for the
entire page (without title block)
■
Text colour:
Adjustment of text colour on the entire page (without title block)
■
Separator colour:
Adjustment of parting line between page contents (text blocks)
■
Title foreground colour:
Adjustment of text colour of page title (only title block)
■
Title background colour:
Adjustment of the background colour for the title block (only title block)
Create new profile
The procedure is as listed under item "Call up (standard) profile". However, here menu item
"Add new profile" is called up.
Then a new profile (similar to "Standard profile") is added, which is listed in the menu column.
This can then adjusted normally.
NOTE
Often it is easier to first select a profile that is similar to the profile to be created.
This can then be copied (see chapter “Copy profile “ on page 70), with which a
complete copy of the profile is prepared. This copy can then be adjusted.
8.6.1
Copy profile
Each profile with all its data can be copied. The advantage is that one can take over a profile for
which one wants to make only a few adjustments for a different end customer, for example.
1. Select the profile you wish to copy in the menu column.
The profile opens.
2. Tap on the copy icon in the top right.
3. The profile is copied and indicated in the menu column with [duplicated].
8.6.2
Delete profile
Each profile can also be deleted.
1. Select the profile you wish to delete in the right menu column.
The profile opens.
2. Tap on the rubbish bin icon.
3. Confirm the message.
The profile is deleted.
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8.6.3
Creation of pages
Every page can be designed individually. The creation of a navigation page differentiates itself
from the creation of a control page only in that a selection for the page type must be made. This
determines which general profile settings are displayed for the page (see chapter “Initial
commissioning of device (direct access) “ on page 32), the background colour, for example.
However, this can also be specified for every page. The navigation pages generally include
page links on the control pages. The control pages on the other hand are equipped with actions
(commands), which can be selected on the relevant page. This, for example, creates a control
page for each room.
A start page is set up automatically when a profile is created. This can then be edited further.
Call-up of standard page
NOTE
Please note that when adjusting an existing page, or when an additional page is
to be created, access must always take place via myABB-LivingSpace. Open
the application "Busch-ControlTouch" (path: start page → Service & Tools →
myABB-LivingSpace → My installations → Busch-ControlTouch®). In case of
several devices, select the appropriate device from the list. The adjustments can
be made via the "Devices" tab.
Opening the configuration page
Open the myABB-LivingSpace page and log yourself in.
1. Click on "My installations"
2. Click on "Busch-ControlTouch"
Fig. 45:
My installations
Fig. 46:
Terminal devices
The available terminal devices are displayed.
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3. Click on the icon.
Fig. 47:
Icon
Fig. 48:
Configuration page
The configuration page is displayed.
NOTE
First a profile must be created see chapter 8.4.2 “Initial commissioning of device
(direct access) “ on page 32
1. Tap on the corresponding profile.
The profile opens.
A "Page 1" is created automatically.
Fig. 49:
Profile input field
2. Tap on entry "Page 1".
The page opens.
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Fig. 50:
Page 1 input field
3. You can now continue to edit this standard page directly or create a copy (see chapter 8.6.7
“Copy pages “ on page 111) which can then be edited.
4. Enter a new name for the page (e.g. room name for a control page).
This will be displayed directly on the page and in each link to this page.
5. Specify whether this is a navigation page or a control page.
6. If desired, select an icon for this page.
In case of a page link, this icon would then be displayed on the menu page.
NOTE
Selection of individual icons:
There is also the option of taking up one's own icons (pictures) into the selection.
For this the fitter can add one's own pictures via the "Pictures" tab. The tab
(function) is only available if the fitter has enabled the option "Extended
functions" under "Devices". The pictures can then be selected and loaded via
the "Add pictures" button.
7. You can stipulate for each page that it is protected by a PIN. An appropriate PIN can be
specified in the input field.
The PIN is then requested when the page is called up.
8. Also the function "Request TouchID" can be activated. This is practical only if your mobile
terminal device supports this function.
9. Now different profile(page) elements (actions or page links) can be added to the page via
the "Add" function. For this an element is selected in the options list.
10. Then tap on "+" to add the element.
It will then be displayed in the image of the iPhone.
NOTE
■
The see chapter 8.6.4 “Listing of profile(page) elements (actions) “ on page
75 lists the current profile(page) elements with the setting options. Click/tap
on the element in the image of the iPhone. The setting options for the
element will be displayed.
■
The order of the profile(page) elements can be adjusted later. Shift the
elements in the image of the iPhone via drag and drop.
11. Then, click/tap on the "Save" button.
The adjusted specifications for the page are saved.
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NOTE
Often it is easier to first select a page that is similar to the page to be created.
This can then be copied (see chapter “Copy pages “ on page 111), with which a
complete copy of the page is prepared. This copy can then be adjusted.
The entry "Extended options" is only available if the fitter has enabled this option under
"Devices"!
The page settings can be adjusted individually. Here the colours of different components of the
pages can be adjusted. Otherwise the general page settings for the navigation and control
pages will be taken over from the profile.
NOTE
The individual options must be activated so that the adjustments can be
transmitted. The colour values can be easily adjusted with entries in the input
fields. They are taken over immediately by tapping on the "Adjust" button. The
adjustments can then be checked immediately in the image of the iPhone.
The adjustments made here apply individually only to the edited page!
■
Background colour:
Adjustment of the background colour for the entire page (without title
block)
■
Background colour
gradient:
Adjustment of the basic colour of the background colour gradient for the
entire page (without title block)
■
Text colour:
Adjustment of text colour on the entire page (without title block)
■
Separator colour:
Adjustment of parting line between page contents (text blocks)
■
Title foreground colour:
Adjustment of text colour of page title (only title block)
■
Title background colour:
Adjustment of the background colour for the title block (only title block)
Create a new page
The procedure is as listed under item "Call up (standard) page". However, here menu item "Add
new page" is called up.
Then a new page (similar to "Page 1") is added, which is listed in the menu column. This can
then adjusted normally.
NOTE
Often it is easier to first select a page that is similar to the page to be created.
This can then be copied (see chapter “Copy pages “ on page 111), with which a
complete copy of the page is prepared. This copy can then be adjusted.
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8.6.4
Listing of profile(page) elements (actions)
RTC mode selection
Fig. 51:
RTC mode selection
The following RTC modes can be activated and are sent as KNX standard (only during
activation is the corresponding icon displayed):
■
Comfort:
Heating/cooling is at the normal level.
■
Standby:
The heating/cooling output is slightly lowered.
■
ECO:
The heating/cooling output is extremely lowered.
Further setting/selection options:
■Status
■
GA:
Function line colour:
Allocation of a corresponding status group address
Specifying the function line colour.
Orange is provided for temperature.
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Command sender
Fig. 52:
Command sender
This is used to send commands to connected device components which have been created
under 'Project → Commands' (see chapter “Commands “ on page 48).
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Designation of the command sender
■
Allocating commands:
If commands are available, they can be selected here.
■
Requesting
confirmation:
After receipt of a command a corresponding confirmation is sent
back. This must then be appropriately confirmed. Only then will the
command be carried out. This is to prevent an action being carried
out by mistake.
■
Icon:
If desired, select an icon for this element. This icon would then be
displayed.
NOTE
Selection of individual icons:
There is also the option of taking up one's own icons (pictures) into the selection.
For this the fitter can add one's own pictures via the "Pictures" tabs. These tabs
(functions) are only available if the fitter has enabled the option "Extended
functions" under "Devices". The pictures can then be selected and loaded via
the "Add pictures" button.
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Display light intensity
Fig. 53:
Display light intensity
This can be used to display the current light intensity of a selected element (group address).
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Designation of the status display for lighting intensity.
■
Lighting intensity:
Allocation of a corresponding group address.
■
Function line colour:
Specifying the function line colour.
Grey is provided for these types of functions.
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Data Logger
Fig. 54:
Data logger
The data of components can be displayed graphically via the "Data logger" element. If these
components with sensors are linked via group addresses, then the energy consumption of a
house, the power of a photovoltaic system or the fill level of an oil tank can be visualised, for
example. The data loggers are created under 'Project → Data logger' (see chapter “Data logger
“ on page 49) and can be selected here.
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Designation of the data logger
■
Type:
Selection of the display type (line or bar)
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Two diagrams can be displayed and appropriately edited (at diagram 2 it can be specified
whether only 1 diagram is to be displayed)!
■
Data logger:
If data loggers are available, they can be selected here.
■
Display min. and max. value:
If "Yes" has been selected, a line along each of the
minimum and maximum value is displayed.
■
Value factor:
All values are multiplied with the specified factor and the
result displayed accordingly (e.g. change from W to KW).
■
Value shift:
All values are changed to the specified unit and the result
displayed accordingly (e.g. change from F to °C).
■
Y-axis text:
= Entry of text for the designation of the Y-axis (vertical).
■
Y-axis minimum (optional):
Specifies from which minimum value a display on the Yaxis is carried out.
■
Y-axis maximum (optional):
Specifies up to which maximum value a display on the Yaxis is carried out.
■
Force Y-axis settings:
For setting "Yes" the specification of the minimum and
maximum values of the Y-axis is activated.
■
Function line colour:
Specifying the function line colour. Grey is provided for
these types of functions.
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Date / time
Fig. 55: Date/Time
Hereby the date and/or time is displayed (sending).
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Designation of date/time display
■
Type:
Selection of time type:
–
Current time:
Current system time which, if possible, is
continuously transmitted via the Internet.
–
Sunrise:
The time the sun rises at the location of the device.
–
Sunset:
The time the sun sets at the location of the device.
–
Timestamp:
A 4-byte value object is used to receive a timestamp
via an external KNX device.
■
Display date:
The date is displayed after activation.
■
Use USA date
format:
The following date format is used after activation: Month/Day/Year.
■
Display time:
The time is displayed according to the set time type after activation.
■
Use 24h format:
The 24h format (e.g. 21:34, or 09:34 is displayed) is used for the time display
after activation.
■
Display seconds:
Also the seconds are displayed after activation.
■
Continuous clock:
The clock display continuous to run automatically after the start and is updated
during access to the Internet.
■
Function line
colour:
Specifying the function line colour.
Grey is provided for these types of functions.
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Dimmer
Fig. 56:
Dimmer
Dimmer control can be set up via the "Dimmer" element. This allows an allocated lamp both to
be dimmed and switched on and off.
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Designation of dimmer
■
Dimmer:
The selection of a corresponding group address of a dimmer → the dimmer
control is carried out via the dimming channel.
■
Switch:
The selection of a corresponding group address of a switch → direct
switching on and off can also be carried out via the dimming channel.
■
Dimmer type:
Specifying the dimmer type:
Slider with text (name of the dimmer)
Buttons (-/+ with value display) with text (name of the dimmer)
■
Text alignment:
Specifying the text alignment (via the element) for the dimmer name.
–
Left
–
Mid
–
Right
■
Step size for +/-:
Here the step size of the dimmer adjustment can be specified.
■
Display only:
Only the status is displayed. Direct operation is not possible.
■
Switch-off only:
Normally the Illumination can be switched on or off via the light icon. If this
function is active, only a switch-off is possible via the light icon.
■
Function line colour:
Specifying the function line colour.
Yellow is provided for these types of functions.
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Goto account
Fig. 57:
Go to account
Here a link can be directly established to an account of the app. This opens it.
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Designation of the account link
■
Account:
If accounts are available, they can be selected here.
■
Requesting
confirmation:
After receipt of a command a corresponding confirmation is sent back. This must
then be appropriately confirmed. Only then will the command be carried out. This
is to prevent an action being carried out by mistake.
■
Icon:
If desired, select an icon for this element. This icon would then be displayed. It can
also be specified whether the icon is displayed on the right or left of the text.
NOTE
Selection of individual icons:
There is also the option of taking up one's own icons (pictures) into the selection.
For this the fitter can add one's own pictures via the "Pictures" tabs. These tabs
(functions) are only available if the fitter has enabled the option "Extended
functions" under "Devices". The pictures can then be selected and loaded via
the "Add pictures" button.
■
Function line
colour:
Specifying the function line colour. Grey is provided for these types of functions.
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Goto menu
Fig. 58:
Go to menu
Here a link can be directly established to a menu of the app. This opens it.
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Designation of the menu link
■
Go to menu:
The following menus of the app can be selected:
–
Configuration menu
–
Settings
–
Scenes
–
Time switch
–
Alarm log
■
Requesting
confirmation:
After receipt of a command a corresponding confirmation is sent back. This
must then be appropriately confirmed. Only then will the command be carried
out. This is to prevent an action being carried out by mistake.
■
Icon:
If desired, select an icon for this element. This icon is then displayed. It can
also be specified whether the icon is displayed on the right or left of the text.
■
Function line
colour:
Specifying the function line colour.
Grey is provided for these types of functions.
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Group header
Fig. 59:
Group header
This can be used to create sections on a page. For example, page links can be compiled and
appropriately named (e.g. ground floor as group header name → then a listing of all page links
of this floor.
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name
Designation of group header
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Blind
Fig. 60:
Blind
Venetian blind control can be set up via the "Blind" element. An allocated blind can be operated
with it. For this, 2 switches must be set up by the fitter. The blind starts to move when the switch
is pressed [long operation → on one of the push-buttons]. The motor keeps running until the
movement time has expired or until the switch is pressed again [short operation]. With a further
short operation the slats can be adjusted. Movement is started again with a renewed long
operation (the direction depends on the press of the respective push-button).
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Designation of the blind
■
Switch for up/down [long
operation]:
Selection of a corresponding group address of a blind actuator →
controls the up and down movement of the blind.
■
Switch for stop/slats
[short operation]:
Selection of a corresponding group address of a blind actuator → this
allows the movement of the blind to be stopped and the slat rotation
controlled.
■
Requesting confirmation:
After receipt of a command a corresponding confirmation is sent back.
This must then be appropriately confirmed. Only then will the command
be carried out. This is to prevent an action being carried out by mistake.
■
Icon for down:
If desired, select an icon for this function. This icon would then be
displayed when the push-button for "down" is pressed.
■
Icon for up:
If desired, select an icon for this function. This icon would then be
displayed when the push-button for "up" is pressed.
■
Function line colour:
Specifying the function line colour.
Blue is provided for these types of functions.
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Camera
Fig. 61:
>>Camera<<
With this an integrated intercom camera can be accessed. The camera images are displayed in
the app according to type of display.
Further setting/selection options:
■
Camera
name:
Designation of the camera application
■
Type of
display:
Here it can be specified whether only one or several cameras should be accessed.
The view is adjusted accordingly.
–
Single:
Only the specified camera is accessed (camera 1). Only images of
this camera are displayed.
–
Fourfold:
Up to 4 specified cameras can be accessed (camera 1 - 4). Images
of these cameras are displayed next to each other and
simultaneously. When the function "Admit selection of cameras" is
activated, single camera images can be selected. This single image
is then displayed in large size.
–
Sequence:
Up to 10 specified cameras can be accessed (camera 1 - 10).
Images of this camera are displayed consecutively in rotation.
Seconds can be specified for the interval of the rotation.
■
Camera xx:
Here the camera that is to be accessed can be specified (s).
■
Function line
colour:
Specifying the function line colour.
Grey is provided for these types of functions.
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Empty space
Fig. 62:
Empty space
Here empty areas can be created (page sectors without content, so-called "Wildcards"). This
allows pages to be clearly structured (e.g. sections can be demarcated better from each other).
Further setting/selection options:
■
Smaller height
The height of the area can be reduced.
This height is strictly specified.
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Display atm. pressure
Fig. 63:
Display atmospheric pressure
This can be used to display the current atmospheric pressure of a selected element (group
address).
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Designation of the status display for atmospheric pressure
■
Air pressure:
Allocation of a corresponding group address
■
Function line
colour:
Specifying the function line colour.
Grey is provided for these types of functions.
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Display atmospheric humidity
Fig. 64:
Display atmospheric humidity
This can be used to display the current atmospheric humidity of a selected element (group
address).
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Designation of the status display for atmospheric humidity
■
Air pressure:
Allocation of a corresponding group address
■
Function line
colour:
Specifying the function line colour.
Grey is provided for these types of functions.
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RGB control
Fig. 65:
RGB control
Here an RGB control element for corresponding lamps (LEDs, Philips Hue, etc.) can be set up.
The allocation is carried out via selected elements (group addresses). Then specific settings
can be made for the lamps. For example, the colours can be switched or the amount of warm
white can be adjusted. The following figures show an example. The function is opened by
tapping on the arrow in the control element.
Fig. 66:
RGB control element
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
■
Designation of the RGB control element:
Group address:
Allocation of a corresponding group address
■
Function line colour:
Specifying the function line colour. Yellow is provided for these types of
functions.
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Switch
Fig. 67:
Switch
Light control can be set up via the "Switch" element. This allows an allocated lamp to be
switched on and off.
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Designation of switch (e.g. the name of the lamp that is being switched)
■
Switch:
Selection of a corresponding group address of a light actuator.
■
Display only:
Only the status is displayed. Direct operation is not possible.
■
Requesting
confirmation:
After receipt of a command a corresponding confirmation is sent back. This must
then be appropriately confirmed. Only then will the command be carried out. This
is to prevent an action being carried out by mistake.
■
Icon for off:
If desired, select an icon for this function.
This icon is displayed when the light is switched off.
■
Icon for on:
If desired, select an icon for this function.
This icon is displayed when the light is switched on.
■
Function line
colour:
Specifying the function line colour.
Yellow is provided for these types of functions.
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Page link
Fig. 68:
Page link
Here a link can be directly established on a created page. This opens it.
Further setting/selection options:
■
On page:
Selection of the page for linking. The pages must be created beforehand. Only then
are they displayed. The selection will then also be displayed as name.
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Static text
Fig. 69:
Static text
Here a static text can be displayed in the app. This is merely a text display and has no further
function.
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
The text entered here is displayed this way in the app.
■
Icon:
If desired, select an icon for this element. This icon would then be displayed. It
can also be specified whether the icon is displayed on the right or left of the
text.
■
Function line
colour:
Specifying the function line colour.
Grey is provided for these types of functions.
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Scene
Fig. 70:
Scene
A scene can be allocated via the "Scene" element. The scene is started by clicking/tapping on
this element. The scenes must be created beforehand by the fitter.
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Designation of the scene (e.g. wakeup)
■
Scene:
Selection of a corresponding group address of a scene.
■
Requesting
confirmation:
After receipt of a command a corresponding confirmation is sent back. This
must then be appropriately confirmed. Only then will the command be carried
out. This is to prevent an action being carried out by mistake.
■
Icon:
If desired, select an icon for this element. This icon is then displayed. It can
also be specified whether the icon is displayed on the right or left of the text.
■
Function line
colour:
Specifying the function line colour.
Magenta is provided for these types of functions.
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Push button row
Fig. 71:
Push-button row
For a push-button row, up to 6 single push-buttons can be displayed in a row. Each push-button
can trigger a different function or send different values. The icons can be different depending on
the status.
Further setting/selection options:
■
Number of
buttons:
Selection of how many push-buttons are to be displayed in a row (up to 6)
NOTE
Now save the settings made.
The push-buttons are displayed in the image of the iPhone. Tap on one of the
push-buttons in the image of the iPhone. Further settings can now be made for
this push-button.
■
Button to be
set up:
Now select the push-button from the selected buttons in the image that is to be
set up. If button 2 was marked, then button 2 should also be set up. Then
"Settings for button 2" will be shown as example.
■
Icon released
button:
If desired, select an icon for this function. This icon is then displayed after the
button has been released.
■
Icon pressed
button:
If desired, select an icon for this function. This icon is then displayed after the
button has been pressed.
NOTE
Selection of individual icons:
There is also the option of taking up one's own icons (pictures) into the selection.
For this the fitter can add one's own pictures via the "Pictures" tabs. These tabs
(functions) are only available if the fitter has enabled the option "Extended
functions" under "Devices". The pictures can then be selected and loaded via
the "Add pictures" button.
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■
Allocation of a corresponding status group address. The following options are
available:
Status GA
–
Switch (DPT 1.x)
–
Dimmer (DPT 5.001)
–
1 bit value (DPT 1.x)
–
1 byte value (DPT 5.010)
–
2 byte value (DPT 9.x float)
–
2 byte value (DPT 7.x)
–
2 byte value (DPT 8.x)
–
4 byte value (DPT 14.x float)
–
4 byte value (DPT 12.x)
–
4 byte value (DPT 13.x)
–
Temperature (DPT 9.001)
–
Light intensity (DPT 9.004)
–
Wind speed (DPT 9.005)
–
Atmospheric pressure (DPT 9.006)
–
Relative humidity (DPT 9.007)
–
Scene (DPT 18.001)
■
Condition:
Here the conditions can be specified as to when the button function triggers.
■
Send when
pressed:
Values can be sent when the button is pressed. The following options (group
addresses) are available:
■
■
Send when
released:
Function line
colour
–
Send 1 bit value (DPT 1.x)
–
Send 1 byte value (DPT 5.010)
–
Send 2 byte value (DPT 9.x float)
–
Send 2 byte value (DPT 7.x)
–
Send 2 byte value (DPT 8.x)
–
Send 4 byte value (DPT 14.x float)
–
Send 4 byte value (DPT 12.x)
–
Send 4 byte value (DPT 13.x)
–
Scene (DPT 18.001)
Values can be sent when the button is released. The following options (group
addresses) are available:
–
Send 1 bit value (DPT 1.x)
–
Send 1 byte value (DPT 5.010)
–
Send 2 byte value (DPT 9.x float)
–
Send 2 byte value (DPT 7.x)
–
Send 2 byte value (DPT 8.x)
–
Send 4 byte value (DPT 14.x float)
–
Send 4 byte value (DPT 12.x)
–
Send 4 byte value (DPT 13.x)
–
Scene (DPT 18.001)
Specifying the function line colour.
Grey is provided for these types of functions.
NOTE
This process must be repeated for each push-button.
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Display temperature
Fig. 72:
Display temperature
This can be used to display the currently measured temperature of a selected element (group
address).
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Designation of the status display for temperature
■
Temperature:
Allocation of a corresponding group address
■
Decimal places:
Here can be specified how many decimal places are to be displayed.
■
Function line
colour:
Specifying the function line colour.
Orange is provided for these types of functions.
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Change temperature
Fig. 73:
Change temperature
A temperature control can be set up via the "Change temperature" element. This can then be
used for an allocated room temperature controller (thermostat) to lower or raise the
temperature.
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name
Designation of the thermostat (e.g. the name of the RTC that is being
switched)
■
Setpoint display:
Allocation of a corresponding group address (see example further down)
■
Actual temperature
Allocation of a corresponding group address (see example further down)
■
Setpoint
request/confirmation
Allocation of a corresponding group address (see example further down)
■
Raise/lower step
Here the factor with which the temperature stage is to be adjusted can be
specified (for example, the temperature is raised/lowered by 0.5°C with
each click/tap of the button, when the factor is 0.5).
■
Decimal places
Here can be specified how many decimal places are to be displayed.
■
Minimum
Here the temperature value can be specified which is to be sent as
minimum.
■
Maximum
Here the temperature value can be specified which is to be sent as
maximum.
■
Function line colour
Specifying the function line colour.
Orange is provided for these types of functions.
The following section briefly explains what is to be ensured when a temperature adjustment of a
master RTC is to be carried out via the Busch-ControlTouch® .
1. The following objects must be connected each with a group address.
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Fig. 74:
Objects / Group addresses
(The numbers of the group addresses are merely an example)
12. These group addresses must then be created in a project according to the BuschControlTouch® :
Fig. 75:
Group addresses
13. The created functions must then be linked with the "Adjust temperature" element.
Fig. 76:
Adjust temperature control element
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UPnP slider
Fig. 77:
UPnP slider
This is used to send commands (e.g. adjust volume) to connected UPnP device components
which have been created under 'Project → Commands' (see chapter “Commands “ on page
48>). In this case the control is carried out via a slider/button as control element.
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Designation of the slider/button (e.g. name of the device)
■
Allocating
commands:
If commands are available, they can be selected here.
■
Slider version:
Specifying the slider/controller type:
■
Text alignment:
–
Slider with text (name of the controller)
–
Buttons (-/+ with value display) with text (name of the controller)
Specifying the text alignment (via the element) for the controller name.
–
Left
–
Mid
–
Right
■
Step size for +/-
Here the step size of the controller adjustment can be specified.
■
UPnP slider display
only:
Only the controller values are displayed. Direct operation is not possible.
■
Function line colour:
Specifying the function line colour.
Grey is provided for these types of functions.
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Variable text
Fig. 78:
Variable text
Here the variable texts of KNX or UPnP devices can be displayed. This, for example, allows the
current artist to be displayed whose song is currently being played. A different text appears
when the song changes. For this function the appropriate devices must be available in the
system, to enable them to be allocated here.
Further setting/selection options:
■
Selection of whether a KNX- or UPnP device is to be accessed.
–
Variable text components = KNX device
–
Variable text UPnP = UPnP device
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Available devices are displayed depending on the selection. These can be selected.
■
Function line
colour
■
For the "Variable text UPnP" you can use the following special values.
Specifying the function line colour. Grey is provided for these types of functions.
–
[tt] = Title
–
[cr] = Creator
–
[ar] = Artist
–
[au] = Author
–
[ge] = Genre
–
[at] = Album title
–
[st] = Status
–
[so] = Source
–
[nt] = Number of titles
–
[tn] = Title number
–
[td] = Title duration
–
[tp] = Title position
–
[md] = Media duration
–
[mp] = Media position
–
[pm] = Playback mode
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Web page
Fig. 79:
Web page
Here a link can be directly established on a web page (Internet site). This opens it. This function
can, for example, also be used via the Internet for operating an alarm system or an audio
server. However, also an app can be opened via this link.
Further setting/selection options:
Here it can be specified whether the web page is displayed directly on the
page in a frame or whether a browser window is opened.
■
Type:
■
Name:
Name of the link (e.g. URL of the web page)
■
URL:
Reference address on the web page. The entire URL address need not be
specified for an internal link (e.g. internal network).
■
URL external:
Reference address on the web page. The entire URL address must be
specified for an external link (outside the internal network). Both the type of
service, server name and possibly sub-directories, if they are used. If it is not
the start page, then also the file name.
■
Function line
colour:
Specifying the function line colour.
Grey is provided for these types of functions.
Further setting/selection options by type "On page":
■
Width/height ratio:
Here the page ratio of the displayed frame can be specified
■
Max. height (px):
Here the maximum width of the frame in pixel can be specified.
■
Max. height (px):
Here the maximum height of the frame in pixel can be specified.
Further setting/selection options by type "Open in browser":
■
Requesting
confirmation:
After receipt of a command a corresponding confirmation is sent back. This
must then be appropriately confirmed. Only then will the command be carried
out. This is to prevent an action being carried out by mistake.
■
Icon:
If desired, select an icon for this element. This icon is then displayed. It can
also be specified whether the icon is displayed on the right or left of the text.
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Display value
Fig. 80:
Display value
This can be used to display the currently transmitted values of a selected element (group
address).
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Name of the value indicator.
■
Values:
Allocation of a corresponding status group address. The following options are
available:
–
Switch (DPT 1.x)
–
Dimmer (DPT 5.001)
–
1 bit value (DPT 1.x)
–
1 byte value (DPT 5.010)
–
2 byte value (DPT 9.x float)
–
2 byte value (DPT 7.x)
–
2 byte value (DPT 8.x)
–
4 byte value (DPT 14.x float)
–
4 byte value (DPT 12.x)
–
4 byte value (DPT 13.x)
–
Temperature (DPT 9.001)
–
Light intensity (DPT 9.004)
–
Wind speed (DPT 9.005)
–
Atmospheric pressure (DPT 9.006)
–
Relative humidity (DPT 9.007)
–
Scene (DPT 18.001)
■
Units (in front):
The unit is displayed before the value (e.g. for currency symbols such as €)
■
Units (behind):
The unit is displayed after the value (e.g. for physical units such as °C)
NOTE
You can use the following special combinations in the units field: [deg] for ° - [2]
for 2 - [3] for 3
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If no display value has been selected, nothing will displayed.
■
Value factor:
= All values are multiplied with the specified factor and the result displayed
accordingly (e.g. change from W to KW).
■
Value shift:
All values are changed to the specified unit and the result displayed
accordingly (e.g. change from F to °C).
■
Decimal places:
Here can be specified how many decimal places are to be displayed.
■
Function line
colour:
Specifying the function line colour.
Grey is provided for these types of functions.
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Value controller
Fig. 81:
Value controller
This can be used to display the values of a selected element (group address) and to adjust
them at the same time via push-buttons. When they adjusted, the values are always displayed
updated. This allows the values to be sent and received.
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Name of value controller (e.g. designation of the device).
■
Value object
Allocation of a corresponding group address. Values are sent. The following
options are available:
■
Status value object
–
Switch (DPT 1.x)
–
Dimmer (DPT 5.001)
–
1 bit value (DPT 1.x)
–
1 byte value (DPT 5.010)
–
2 byte value (DPT 9.x float)
–
2 byte value (DPT 7.x)
–
2 byte value (DPT 8.x)
–
4 byte value (DPT 14.x float)
–
4 byte value (DPT 12.x)
–
4 byte value (DPT 13.x)
–
Temperature (DPT 9.001)
–
Light intensity (DPT 9.004)
–
Wind speed (DPT 9.005)
–
Atmospheric pressure (DPT 9.006)
–
Relative humidity (DPT 9.007)
Allocation of a corresponding status group address. The following options
are available:
–
Switch (DPT 1.x)
–
Dimmer (DPT 5.001)
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1 bit value (DPT 1.x)
–
1 byte value (DPT 5.010)
–
2 byte value (DPT 9.x float)
–
2 byte value (DPT 7.x)
–
2 byte value (DPT 8.x)
–
4 byte value (DPT 14.x float)
–
4 byte value (DPT 12.x)
–
Scene (DPT 18.001)
–
4 byte value (DPT 13.x)
–
Temperature (DPT 9.001)
–
Light intensity (DPT 9.004)
–
Wind speed (DPT 9.005)
–
Atmospheric pressure (DPT 9.006)
–
Relative humidity (DPT 9.007)
■
Raise/lower step:
Here the factor with which the temperature stage is to be adjusted can be
specified (for example, the temperature is raised/lowered by 0.5°C with each
click/tap of the button, when the factor is 0.5).
■
Units (behind):
The unit is displayed after the value (e.g. for physical units such as °C)
NOTE
You can use the following special combinations in the units field: [deg] for ° - [2]
for 2 - [3] for 3
If no display value has been selected, nothing will displayed.
■
Factor:
All values are multiplied with the specified factor and the result displayed
accordingly (e.g. change from W to KW).
■
Value shift:
All values are changed to the specified unit and the result displayed
accordingly (e.g. change from F to °C).
■
Minimum:
Here the value can be specified which is to be sent as minimum.
■
Maximum:
Here the value can be specified which is to be sent as maximum.
■
Function line colour:
Specifying the function line colour. Grey is provided for these types of
functions.
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Value transmitter
Fig. 82:
Value transmitter
Here values can be sent to a selected element (group address).
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Name of value transmitter (e.g. designation of the device).
■
Send value:
Allocation of a corresponding group address. Values are sent. The following
options are available:
–
Send 1 bit value (DPT 1.x)
–
Send 1 byte value (DPT 5.010)
–
Send 2 byte value (DPT 9.x float)
–
Send 2 byte value (DPT 7.x)
–
Send 2 byte value (DPT 8.x)
–
Send 4 byte value (DPT 14.x float)
–
Send 4 byte value (DPT 12.x)
–
Send 4 byte value (DPT 13.x)
■
Requesting
confirmation:
After receipt of a command a corresponding confirmation is sent back. This
must then be appropriately confirmed. Only then will the command be carried
out. This is to prevent an action being carried out by mistake.
■
Icon:
If desired, select an icon for this element. This icon is then displayed. It can
also be specified whether the icon is displayed on the right or left of the text.
■
Function line colour:
Specifying the function line colour.
Grey is provided for these types of functions.
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Value push button
Fig. 83:
Value push-button
Here values can be sent to a selected element (group address) via a push-button. There is the
option of sending different values when the button is pressed than when the button is released.
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Name of value push-button (e.g. designation of the device).
■
Send when
pressed:
Allocation of a corresponding group address. Values are sent when the
button is pressed. The following options are available:
■
Send when
released:
–
Send 1 bit value (DPT 1.x)
–
Send 1 byte value (DPT 5.010)
–
Send 2 byte value (DPT 9.x float)
–
Send 2 byte value (DPT 7.x)
–
Send 2 byte value (DPT 8.x)
–
Send 4 byte value (DPT 14.x float)
–
Send 4 byte value (DPT 12.x)
–
Send 4 byte value (DPT 13.x)
Allocation of a corresponding group address. Values are sent when the
button is released. The following options are available:
–
Send 1 bit value (DPT 1.x)
–
Send 1 byte value (DPT 5.010)
–
Send 2 byte value (DPT 9.x float)
–
Send 2 byte value (DPT 7.x)
–
Send 2 byte value (DPT 8.x)
–
Send 4 byte value (DPT 14.x float)
–
Send 4 byte value (DPT 12.x)
–
Send 4 byte value (DPT 13.x)
■
Minimum time
([sec]):
The push-button must remain pressed at least for the set time, so that the
value for "Send when pressed" is sent.
■
Maximum time
([sec]):
If the push-button remains pressed longer than the set time, the value for
"Send when released" is sent.
■
Icon:
If desired, select an icon for this element. This icon would then be displayed.
It can also be specified whether the icon is displayed on the right or left of the
text.
■
Function line colour:
Specifying the function line colour.
Grey is provided for these types of functions.
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Display windspeed
Fig. 84:
Display wind speed
This can be used to display the current wind speed of a selected element (group address).
Further setting/selection options:
■
Name:
Designation of the status display for wind speed
■
Wind speed:
Allocation of a corresponding group address
■
Function line colour:
Specifying the function line colour.
Grey is provided for these types of functions.
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8.6.5
Profile(page) elements (actions)
8.6.6
Delete pages
Each profile(page) element can also be deleted.
1. Select the appropriate profile in the menu column.
The profile opens.
2. Then select the page in the right menu column that contains the element to be deleted.
The page opens.
3. Now select the element on the image of the iPhone.
4. Tap on the rubbish bin icon.
5. Confirm the message.
The element is deleted.
8.6.7
Copy pages
Each page with all its data can be copied. The advantage is that one can take over a page on
which one wants to make only a few adjustments for a different end customer, for example.
1. Select the appropriate profile in the menu column.
The profile opens.
2. Then select the page you wish to copy in the menu column.
The page opens.
3. Tap on the copy icon.
4. The page is copied and indicated in the menu column with [*].
8.6.8
Delete pages
Each page can also be deleted.
1. Select the appropriate profile in the menu column.
The profile opens.
2. Then select the page you wish to delete in the menu column.
The page opens.
3. Tap on the rubbish bin icon.
4. Confirm the message.
The page will be deleted.
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8.6.9
Alarms
Alarm messages can be sent to the listed receivers / mobile devices by push messages or email. The alarm messages can be appropriately configured.
A general explanation is provided in the following on how to open and adjust the "Alarms"
function. The individual options for adjustment are described in the sub-chapters.
Alarms can be created and managed via the configuration page.
NOTE
Please note that when adjusting an existing alarm, or when an alarm is to be
created, access must always take place via myABB-LivingSpace . Open the
application "Busch-ControlTouch" (path: start page → Service & Tools →
myABB-LivingSpace → My installations → Busch-ControlTouch®). In case of
several devices, select the appropriate device from the list. The adjustments can
be made via the "Devices" tab.
Opening the configuration page
Open the myABB-LivingSpace page and log yourself in.
1. Click on "My installations"
2. Click on "Busch-ControlTouch"
Fig. 85:
My installations
Fig. 86:
Terminal devices
The available terminal devices are displayed.
3. Click on the icon.
Fig. 87:
Icon
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Fig. 88:
Configuration page
The configuration page is displayed.
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NOTE
First a profile must be created, see chapter “Create new profile “ on page 70.
Fig. 89:
Profile input field
1. Tap on the appropriate profile in the menu column.
The profile opens.
Fig. 90:
Overview of alarms
2. Tap on "Alarms" in the menu column.
The overview of created alarm and their receivers are displayed in an overview list.
Overview of alarms
The overview of all created alarms and their receivers is called up as described in the previous
chapter.
Create and add alarms
Additional arms can be created and added at any time.
1. Open the "Alarms" function.
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Fig. 91:
Add alarm
2. Tap on "Add alarm" in the menu column.
You can create an alarm and adjust the necessary specifications:
■
Name:
Assign a typical name to the alarm message which describes the alarm situation
(e.g. window is open).
■
Message:
Here specify what is to be reported, such as text, values or a date. Also a
combination out of all specifications is possible.
■
Max. 1
message
every:
Here a time interval can be specified during which periods the alarm is to be sent.
■
Receivers:
■
–
Type
Selection of whether the alarm is sent as e-mail or push
notification.
–
On
For e-mail → entry of e-mail address; for push notification →
selection of the mobile device
Condition (each one triggers an alarm):
–
Condition
Fixing the condition that triggers the sending of the alarm (e.g.
HTTP trigger). Further settings are necessary depending on the
condition.
The conditions are specified via the "Trigger" function during the
project settings (see chapter “Triggers “ on page 53).
3. Now tap on the "Adjust and back" button.
The overview list opens again. The alarm message with the assigned specifications appears.
Also the name of the created alarm appears in the menu column.
Adjust alarm
Existing alarms can be adjusted at any time.
1. Open the "Alarms" function.
2. In the menu column tap on the alarm that is to be adjusted.
The alarm opens. You can now adjust the specifications.
3. Then tap on the "Adjust and back" button.
The overview list opens again. The alarm message with the adjusted specifications appears.
Also the name of the created alarm appears in the menu column.
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Delete alarm
Existing alarms can be deleted again at any time.
1. Open the "Alarms" function.
2. In the menu column tap on the alarm that is to be deleted.
The alarm opens.
3. Tap on the rubbish bin icon.
The alarm is deleted.
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8.7
Additional settings for the device (configuration page)
Additional settings for the device can be made via the configuration page.
The following sub-chapters explain the setting options for the menu entries in the menu column
(exception: send invitation to end customer).
Opening the configuration page
Open the myABB-LivingSpace page and log yourself in.
1. Click on "My installations"
2. Click on "Busch-ControlTouch"
Fig. 92:
My installations
Fig. 93:
Terminal devices
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The available terminal devices are displayed.
3. Click on the icon.
Fig. 94:
Fig. 95:
Icon
Configuration page
The configuration page is displayed.
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8.7.1
App settings
The app settings display the access modalities (connecting parameters) between the device
and the app. These settings can only be adjusted directly in the device (direct access, see
chapter “Settings in the device (direct access) “ on page 125) and in the app. . They can
therefore only adjusted with the corresponding access rights. The app settings on the
configuration page serve for information about the connecting parameters. These can be
displayed for all users. A QR code with its values is individually created for each user. This can
be read in. It can be used to transmit the data directly to terminal devices. The data are then
used immediately in the app.
1. Open the "App settings" function.
2. Click/tap on "App settings" in the right menu column.
Fig. 96:
App settings
3. Now select a user name.
The connecting parameters of the user are displayed. A corresponding QR code is created
automatically.
8.7.2
Local users
The configuration page is used to specify which user of the device and the app has which
access rights. That is why users can be created and administered. The user administration can
only be carried out by the "Professional/Administrator" role. This role is created automatically for
the fitter who commissions and registers the device. A QR code with its values is individually
created for each user. This can be read in. It can be used to transmit the data directly to
terminal devices. The data are then used immediately in the app.
Overview of users
1. Open the "Local users" function.
2. Tap on "Local users" in the menu column.
All created users are displayed in the menu column.
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Create and add users
Additional users can be created and added at any time.
1. Open the "Local users" function. Proceed as described in chapter 1.6.
2. Click/tap on "Add new one" in the right menu column.
Fig. 97:
Local user
3. You can create a user and adjust the necessary specifications:
■
User name:
Enter the name of the user.
■
Password:
Specify a user name here for the access.
■
Password
(repeat):
The password must be repeated here.
■
Role:
Here the role which has been specified under the "Access rights" function can be
selected (with the exception of Professional/Administrator → this role has been
fixed and cannot be changed). A role includes a package of access rights.
■
Activated:
The user can also be deactivated after being created. He therefore does not need
to be immediately deleted, for example.
4. Now click/tap on the "Save" button.
The newly created user is added in the menu column.
NOTE
A QR code with its values is individually created for each user. This can be read
in. It can be used to transmit the data directly to terminal devices. The data are
then used immediately in the app.
Adjust users
Existing users can be adjusted at any time.
1. Open the "Local users" function.
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2. In the menu column tap on the user that is to be adjusted.
The user opens. You can now adjust the specifications.
3. And finally, tap on the "Save" button.
Delete users
Existing users can be deleted again at any time.
1. Open the "Local users" function.
Proceed as described in chapter 1.6.
2. In the menu column click/tap on the user that is to be deleted.
The user opens.
3. Click/tap on the rubbish bin icon.
The user is deleted.
8.7.3
Access rights (roles)
So-called "Roles" can be created and managed via the configuration page. A role includes a
package of access rights. These roles in turn can be assigned to a user. The administration of
the roles can only be carried out by the "Professional/Administrator" role. This role is created
automatically for the fitter who commissions and registers the device. The
"Professional/Administrator" role is fixed automatically and cannot be changed.
Overview of roles
1. Open the "Access rights" function.
2. Tap on "Access rights" in the menu column.
All created roles are displayed in the menu column.
Create and add roles
Additional users can be created and added at any time.
NOTE
The "Standard" role is created automatically! It includes the most important basic
settings and cannot be deleted.
It can, however, be copied via the "Copy icon" at the top right and then be edited
like a new role. Also all newly created roles can be copied in this way. The copy
is marked with a star in the right menu column.
1. Open the "Access rights" function.
2. Click/tap on "Add new ones" in the right menu column.
Fig. 98:
Access rights
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3. You can create a role and adjust the settings.
■
Name:
Enter the name of the role.
■
Exceptions:
Here, for example, it can be specified that an access right is to apply only for a
specific scene. This can be precisely fixed.
■
For specific functions / applications of the configuration page there are either read rights and/or write
rights. This is fixed. It can only specified whether the rights are activated or not. For this the box
must be appropriately clicked/tapped.
4. Now click/tap on the "Save" button.
The newly created role is added in the right menu column.
Adjust roles
Existing roles can be adjusted at any time.
1. Open the "Access rights" function.
2. In the menu column tap on the role that is to be adjusted.
The role opens. You can now adjust the specifications.
3. And finally, tap on the "Save" button.
Delete roles
Existing roles can be deleted again at any time.
1. Open the "Access rights" function.
2. In the menu column click/tap on the role that is to be deleted.
The role opens.
3. Click/tap on the rubbish bin icon.
The role will be deleted.
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8.7.4
Sending an invitation to the customer
The customer can also receive personal access to the configuration of the device see chapter
“Sending an invitation to the customer “ on page 35). The end customer receives an e-mail with
a link for the registration page. For this the fitter must set the sending function in the
configuration page.
Send Invite
1. Enter the valid e-mail address of the end customer in the "E-mail" field.
2. Send the e-mail with the "Send invitation" button.
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8.8
Importing the configuration into the Busch-ControlTouch®
To transmit the settings of the configuration page to a Busch-ControlTouch®, an appropriate
connection to the respective device must be available. This connection can be easily created
via a special program, the so-called "IP Locator".
NOTE
■
The "IP Locator" program (additional software: Locate your BuschControlTouch®) must be installed beforehand. It can be downloaded free of
charge via the software download page of the e-catalogue (www.buschjaeger-catalogue.com). During the installation please observe the details
specified by the installation wizard.
■
An Internet connection must exist for the link. The device must also be
integrated in the network.
1. Ensure that the device is connected correctly in the network and has been appropriately
registered.
2. Open the "IP Locator" program.
Fig. 99:
IP Locator
3. In the window which opens, all devices correctly
connected in the network are displayed (the figure
shows an example).
Fig. :
.
Connected devices
Select the appropriate device with a double click. The connection is now established and the
configuration is transmitted automatically.
NOTE
There can also be a deliberate transmission via the "Transmit configuration with
push to ControlTouch" button. This is practical especially for all later
adjustments. With a correct connection, however, the adjustments are also
transmitted automatically.
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8.9
Settings in the device (direct access)
Some settings can only be made via direct access to the device. These settings are then
available only specially for this device. For this purpose, a corresponding connection to the
corresponding device must be available. This connection is created already during the
transmission of the configuration to the device. The process is described in detail in Chapter 8.8
“Importing the configuration into the Busch-ControlTouch® “ on page 124. The setting options
are explained in the following sub-chapters.
NOTE
An Internet connection must exist for the link. The device must also be
integrated in the network.
For initial commissioning of the device the process is described in Chapter 8.4.2
“Initial commissioning of device (direct access) “ on page 32.
For all subsequent adjustments a login (access data for app access!) is required.
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8.9.1
Global settings
Global settings for the system can be made via "Settings".
Fig. 100: System settings
Details about the mounting position of the device (subsequent adjustments after initial
commissioning, e.g. after change of location of the device)
■
Language:
Specifying the language the text is to be displayed in
■
Time zone:
Specifying the time zone.
■
European daylight
saving time:
Specifying whether the change from summer to winter time is to take place
automatically
■
Latitude:
Specifying the latitude (adjustment via "Others") → Important for the
calculation of sunrise / sunset.
■
Longitude:
Specifying the longitude (adjustment via "Others") → Important for the
calculation of sunrise / sunset.
■
Location:
Specifying the country and the city (with it also the automatic adjustment of the
degrees of longitude and latitude is possible).
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Fig. 101: Configuration and diagnosis
Configuration
■
Loading personal configuration
(also "Load configuration" button):
Loading the data from the configuration page of the device
■
Export configuration:
Saving a file with the configuration data. This file can then be
imported to other devices via "Import configuration".
■
Import configuration:
A configuration file exported from a different device can be
imported.
■
Delete entire configuration:
All configuration files are deleted.
Diagnostics
■
Send log files to support helpdesk:
The log files are automatically passed on to a service
address via the server.
■
Send configuration to support
helpdesk:
The configuration data are automatically passed on to a
service address via the server.
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8.9.2
Status specifications
The current system status can be viewed via "Status". Also the Internet connection can be
tested via the "Check Internet connection" button.
Fig. 102: Status
8.9.3
Optional creation of scenes
Scenes can be created and administered via "Scenes".
NOTE
First the group addresses and components for the scenes must have been
created in the ETS.
Create scene
All components which have been allocated to scenes are displayed in the bottom list.
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Fig. 103: Scene input field
1. Enter a name in the "Name" field for the scene that is to be created.
Fig. 104: Scene components
2. You can now filter the list for specific criteria.
In "Select group addresses" only the group addresses for scenes are displayed.
3. Now single components of scenes can be activated and deactivated.
Deactivated components of scenes are then no longer part of the scene. If the "Select all"
function is used, then all components can be activated at once.
4. Components of scenes can also be deleted via the rubbish bin icon.
5. Save the adjustments via the "Apply adjustments" button.
6. Then all the activated components of this scene are displayed.
7. Now additional scenes can be created according to this concept via the "+" button.
Adjust scene
1. Use the arrow to select the scene to be adjusted.
2. Now all the components of this scene are displayed.
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3. You can now filter the list for specific criteria. In "Select group addresses" only the group
addresses for scenes are displayed.
4. Now single components of scenes can be activated and deactivated. Deactivated
components of scenes are then no longer part of the scene. If the "Select all" function is
used, then all components can be activated at once.
5. Components of scenes can also be deleted via the rubbish bin icon.
6. Save the adjustments via the "Apply adjustments" button.
Delete scene completely
.
Use the arrow to select the scene to be deleted.
7. Delete the scene via the rubbish bin icon.
8. Save the adjustments via the "Apply adjustments" button.
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8.9.4
Optional setting of time programs (timer)
Time programs can be created and administered via "Timer".
NOTE
The time programs can also be created and adjusted in the app.
Create time program
Fig. 105: Timer
The setting options for the time programs are described in the following section:
■
Names:
Enter a name in the "Name" field for the time program that is to be created.
■
Active:
The time program can already be deactivated or activated here. Whether the time
program is deactivated or activated via an object (e.g. with the use of a switch) or
manually can be selected via the arrow. If value "0" is sent via an object, then the
function is deactivated. If a different value is sent, then the function is activated. The
"Value inverted" function changes this behaviour accordingly.
■
Year:
Specifies whether the time program is to run each year or only in certain years.
■Month:
Specifies whether the time program is to run each month or only in certain years.
■
Day:
Specifies whether the time program is to run on a certain calendar day.
■
Every day:
The program runs every day. All weekdays are selected automatically.
■
Weekday:
Specifies whether the time program is to run only on a certain weekday. Several
weekdays together can be selected.
■
On:
Specifying when the time program is to start, e.g. at a specific time. Here, among
others, the hour and the minute it should start can be specified. However, it can also
be specified whether it is to start "hourly" or "every minute". And it can also start at
sunrise or sunset (Astro function). For this, also the starting times can be adjusted
(e.g. one hour beforehand).
■
Action:
Specifying the action the start of the time program is to trigger. The following options
can be specified:
–
Date/time is sent
–
A scene can be selected
–
Group Address
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Further settings (e.g. on or off) can be made in line with the selected action.
1. And finally the time program is saved with the "On" button.
The time program appears in the overview list.
Further time programs can be created via the "+" button.
Adjust time program
The time programs can be selected in the overview list and adjusted accordingly.
The following adjustments can be made directly in the overview list.
–
Deactivation/activation
–
Adjustment of start times (also for sunrise or sunset)
–
Selection of weekdays
The time program can be called up and adjustments made via the tool icon.
1. And finally the time program is saved with the "On" button.
Delete time program
The time programs can be deleted in the overview list via the rubbish bin icon.
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8.9.5
Proxy settings – Internet connection (Port allocation)
The proxy settings can be changed via "Settings - Basis".
NOTE
The proxy settings should be adjusted only when its is absolutely essential!
Fig. 106: Network settings
The DHCP function can be deactivated/activated here. Also additional network settings can be
made here. For example, a different port can be allocated here. Port "2199" is the secure
application port for the connection of the device with the Internet. The device can also be
operated via the Internet. The port is specified already in advance. The adjustments must be
stored via the "Apply" button.
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8.9.6
Integration of UPnP devices
The "UPnP" function can be deactivated/activated via "Settings - Protocols". When the function
is activated, UPnP devices are located automatically in the network. They can then be allocated
in functions of the Busch-ControlTouch® .
Fig. 107: Settings of protocols
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8.9.7
Adjustment of KNX settings
The KNX settings can be adjusted via "Settings - Protocols".
Fig. 108: KNX setting
The following settings can be made:
■
KNX protocol:
Deactivation/activation possible. When activated, the protocol
traffic is also displayed under "Status".
■
Physical KNX address:
This shows the current physical address of the device. The device
is integrated in the KNX bus system under this address.
■
Connection method:
Here the connection method can be specified.
■
List port:
Here the list port for KNXnet/IP tunneling is displayed. This can be
adapted accordingly. The KNX interface can also be enabled via
the app without the use of a VPN tunnel.
1. And finally the adjustments are saved with the "Apply" button.
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8.9.8
User protocols
The user protocols can be deactivated/activated via "Settings - Protocols". When activated, the
protocol traffic is also displayed under "Status".
Fig. :
User protocol
1. And finally the adjustments are saved with the "Apply" button.
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8.9.9
Change password
The user name and the password can also be changed later via "Settings - Protocol".
Fig. 109: User name and password
1. And finally the adjustments are saved with the "Apply" button.
8.9.10
Granting authorization
Authorization for the renewed access of myABB-LivingSpace to the device can be granted via
"Settings - Protocols". This is only visible and can only be enabled for an expert access.
Normally the authorization is granted automatically during commissioning. It may be, however,
that the device was deregistered. Then a new authorization must be carried out.
1. And finally the function must be enabled via the Authorize" button.
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8.9.11
Configuration of Philips Hue
Philips Hue can be configured via "Settings - Protocols".
Fig. 110: Setting protocols
1. Enter the IP address of the Hue bridge.
[1] Push-button
Fig. 111: Phillips HUE push-button
2. Then press the push-button of the Hue bridge.
3. And finally the "Apply" button must be pressed.
The following configuration specifications must still be observed.
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■
All Hue components must have been correctly configured beforehand via the Hue system.
■
A Hue component must depict both a sending group address as well as a status group
address. This is done according to the following concept:
"HUE:" followed by the lamp number, a "/" and the desired command.
An example: "HUE:1/S" for switching lamp 1 on/off.
The following commands are available:
Switch
S
Switching on/off
RGB illumination
R
Red
RGB illumination
H
Green
RGB illumination
B
Blue
Dimmer
HUE
Hue (colour)
Dimmer
SAT
Colour saturation
Dimmer
BIR
Brightness
Dimmer
CT
Colour temperature
Table 4:
Commands for Philips Hue
This allows the command "RGB illumination" to be used to display a specific colour of the Hue
lamp. This can also be done via two separate dimmers with "Hue" and "Colour saturation". The
colour temperature can be used to influence the "Warmth" of the white light.
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8.9.12
Display of available scripts
The available scripts can be viewed via "Scripts". Scripts can also be deactivated/activated via
the overview list. Also the status is displayed.
8.9.13
Display of existing alarm messages
Existing alarm messages can be viewed via "Alarm messages". The alarm messages can be
deactivated/activated via the overview list. The conditions can additionally be simulated. This
allows the alarm message to be tested.
8.9.14
Restart the device
Fig. 112: Restart the device
The device can be restarted via "Settings - System".
8.9.15
Reset to factory settings
Fig. 113: Factory settings
The device can be reset to the factory settings via "Settings - System".
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8.10
Installation and setting of the app
The building automation system is controlled directly via the app. It is used, for example, to
manually switch lamps on or off.
NOTE
■
If the device is integrated in the local network, an Internet connection is not
required. It is only required if the terminal device with the app is located
outside local network.
■
Operation with the app see chapter “Operation of system via the app “ on
page 22
8.10.1
Installation process
1. Load the app from the store onto the mobile terminal device.
2. After the successful installation the icon for the ComfortTouch app is displayed on the
desktop of the terminal device.
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8.10.2
Settings
NOTE
The device must be commissioned and integrated into the network. An Internet
connection is required for the access.
Generally the connection with the device happens automatically. A request is then made as to
which profile is to be used. Otherwise the connecting parameters must be entered. In the
following working steps it describes how the connecting parameters can be entered manually.
NOTE
The connecting parameters can also be imported directly into the app from the
configuration page via the QR code (see chapter “Importing the configuration
into the Busch-ControlTouch® “ on page 124)
1. Open the app.
2. Tap on the tool icon. The following window opens:
3. Tip on "Settings". The following window opens:
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4. Activate "Several configurations" to be able to select up to 5 accounts (configurations). This,
for example, allows up to 5 devices to be operated via the device. As example, the devices
are in 5 different buildings.
5. Now select the account. For this there are several options:
•
Selection via scrolling from right to left (via menu page "Configuration").
•
Entry of name in field "Account name" → Here also the currently selected account is
displayed.
•
Selection via "Account" (see the following figure). Here the entries must be confirmed with a
tick.
NOTE
Also additional connecting parameters (access data) can be manually adjusted
via an account.
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6. Now select the profile. Click/tap on "Profile
7. Now specify a profile which is to be taken over by the app. Here the entries must be
confirmed with a tick.
8. Now load the configuration profile (→ "Load configuration profile").
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Other settings: PIN
"PIN" can be used to specify whether a password is to be entered for the adjustment of
functions. The following window opens:
1. Enter a PIN.
2. Additionally specify the function for which the entry of a PIN is necessary.
3. Here the entries must be confirmed with a tick.
Other settings: remote access
"Remote access" can be used to specify whether the remote access is deactivated/activated.
For activation, the KNX interface is enabled. No VPN tunnel is then necessary for remote
control. The access via the app is then enabled for 8 hours.
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8.10.3
Default Settings
Via "Default settings" the settings for the display and further specifications can be adjusted.
1. Open the app.
2. Click/tap on the tool icon. The following window opens:
3. Click/tap on "Default settings". The following window opens:
4. The following settings can be made for the display (adjustments are taken over
immediately!):
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■ Alignment:
Here it is specified whether the alignment of the app is horizontal or
vertical.
■ Page scaling:
Here the scaling of the app is specified (0.8 - 1.6 possible).
■ Display status bar:
When activated, the status bar of the operating system of the
terminal device is displayed (e.g. time display, battery status, etc.)
5. The following additional specifications can be made (adjustments are taken over
immediately!):
■ Save scene preview
settings:
When this specification is activated, the scene preview settings (e.g.
activation and deactivation of scene components) which were used
during the last call-up of a scene are displayed. This stores the
status of the scene. If the specification is deactivated, an individual
activation can be carried out when a scene is called up.
■ Presence detection in the
background:
When this specification is activated, the app checks whether the
terminal device is located in the local network. This better supports
the "Presence detection" function since the request is more frequent
and in the background. This improves the execution of the function.
And less energy is consumed.
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8.10.4
Scenes
NOTE
Access can be secured with the entry of a PIN (see chapter “Settings “ on page
142)
By means of scenes the end customer can trigger a whole sequence of actions, with just one
press of the switch, for example. The end customer can compile and adjust the scene in the app
personally. However, the fitter (expert) must create a basic structure of scenes beforehand to
which the Busch-ControlTouch® (building automation system) appropriately responds.
1. Open the app.
2. Tap on the tool icon. The following window opens:
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Add scene
1.
Tap on "Scenes".
2. Tap on "Add scene".
3. Assign a name.
4. Add scene components
5. Then tap on "Add function".
6. Select a scene component from the list.
In the overview list of the scene the added scene components can now be deactivated/activated
by tapping on them directly.
I:
Activated
O:
Deactivated
Adjust scene
1. To change the name, tap directly on the name of the scene.
The name can now be changed.
1. To change the name, tap directly on the name of the scene.
The name can now be changed.
2. To deactivate/activate scene components, select the corresponding scene.
The scene components can now be deactivated/activated by tapping on them directly.
I:
Activated
O:
Deactivated
1. To add scene components, select the corresponding scene.
2. Then tap on "Add function".
3. Select a scene component from the list.
In the overview list of the scene the added scene components can now be deactivated/activated
by tapping on them directly.
I:
Activated
O:
Deactivated
Delete scene completely
Deletion is possible only if no group addresses exist!
1. Swipe over the scene entry in the list from right to left.
"Delete" appears.
2. Tap on this button.
The scene is deleted.
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Additional functions
1. For a live preview you must select the corresponding scene.
2. Then tap on "Live preview".
A tick is set. Then the scene can be called up via the visualization (user interface). The scene is
then replayed directly for test purposes.
1. Tap on the load function.
With this the adjusted or created scenes and their components are loaded from the app to the
device.
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8.10.5
Timer – Time programs
NOTE
Access can be secured with the entry of a PIN (see chapter “Settings “ on page
142)
Here the time programs can be created and administered.
1. Open the app.
2. Tap on the tool icon. The following window opens:
1. Tap on "Timer".
All available time programs are displayed in the window.
The colour of the text indicates whether the time program is activated or deactivated:
Red
Deactivated
Green
Active
Add time program
1. Click/tap on "Add timer".
The time program can be created in the window.
The setting options are as described in Chapter 8.9.4 “Optional setting of time programs (timer)
“ on page 131.
Adjust time program
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1. Select the corresponding time program.
The time program can be adjusted in the window.
The setting options are as described in Chapter 8.9.4 “Optional setting of time programs (timer)
“ on page 131 .
Delete time program
1. Swipe over the time program entry in the list from right to left.
"Delete" appears.
2. Tap on this button.
The time program is deleted.
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8.10.6
Alarm list
NOTE
Access can be secured with the entry of a PIN (see chapter “Settings “ on page
142)
1. Open the app.
2. Tap on the tool icon. The following window opens:
1. Tap on "Alarm list" to open it.
All reported alarm messages are displayed in the window.
NOTE
The complete list can be deleted.
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8.10.7
Load configuration profile
1. Open the app.
2. Tap on the tool icon. The following window opens:
1. Now load the configuration profile (→ "Load configuration profile").
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8.10.8
Information on data protection
1. Open the app.
2. Tap on the tool icon. The following window opens:
1. Tap on "About".
Information on data protection are displayed in the window.
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8.11
Delete device
NOTE
Please note that when adjusting a device, access must always take place via
myABB-LivingSpace . Open the application "Busch-ControlTouch" (path: start
page -> Service & Tools -> myABB-LivingSpace -> My installations -> BuschControlTouch®).
In case of several devices, select the appropriate device from the list. The
device can be deleted via the "Devices" tab. The rubbish bin icon must be used.
NOTE
The profiles, however, can be retained and then allocated to other devices.
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Updating options
9
Updating options
9.1
Firmware update
NOTE
For this, direct access to the device is required (see chapter “Settings in the
device (direct access) “ on page 125).
The firmware can be updated via "Settings - System".
Fig. 114: Firmware update
1. Tap on the "Search" button.
The search process starts.
If an update is available, it will be loaded automatically to the device.
And finally the device is restarted automatically.
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10
Maintenance
The device is maintenance-free. In case of damage, e.g. during transport or storage), do not
perform repairs. Once the device is opened, the warranty is void.
Access to the device must be guaranteed for operation, testing, inspection, maintenance and
repairs (according to DIN VDE 0100-520).
10.1
Cleaning
Clean dirty devices with a soft dry cloth.
–
If this is insufficient, the cloth can be moistened slightly with a soap solution.
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Index
A
Access rights ..................................................................... 121
Additional settings for the device (configuration page) . 24, 35,
117
Adjust alarm ....................................................................... 115
Adjust roles ........................................................................ 122
Adjust users ....................................................................... 120
Adjustment of KNX settings ............................................... 135
Alarm list ............................................................................ 153
Alarms ............................................................................... 112
App settings ....................................................................... 119
Assigning a project to a device ............................................ 66
B
Blind ..................................................................................... 85
Brief instructions .................................................................. 23
Brief instructions for typical commissioning ......................... 23
C
Call-up of standard page ..................................................... 71
Call-up of standard profile ................................................... 69
Camera ................................................................................ 86
Cameras .............................................................................. 45
Change Password ............................................................. 137
Change temperature............................................................ 98
Cleaning ............................................................................ 158
Command sender ................................................................ 76
Commands ............................................................ 48, 76, 100
Commissioning .................................................................... 23
Commissioning procedure ....................................... 24, 25, 27
Configuration of Philips Hue .............................................. 138
Connection, installation / mounting ...................................... 18
Copy pages ........................................................... 73, 74, 111
Copy profile ................................................................... 69, 70
Copy project ........................................................................ 66
Create a new page .............................................................. 74
Create and add alarms ...................................................... 114
Create and add roles ......................................................... 121
Create and add users ........................................................ 120
Create new profile ....................................................... 70, 114
Create project ...................................................................... 37
Creating a profile ................................................................. 67
Creating a project .......................................................... 32, 37
Creation of pages ................................................................ 71
Creation of scripts ................................................................ 56
D
Data Logger ................................................................... 49, 78
Date / time ........................................................................... 80
Default settings .................................................................. 146
Delete alarm ...................................................................... 116
Delete device ..................................................................... 156
Delete pages ..................................................................... 111
Delete profile ....................................................................... 70
Delete project ...................................................................... 66
Delete roles ....................................................................... 122
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Description of functions ........................................................15
Device overview ...................................................................12
Dimensional drawings ..........................................................17
Dimmer ................................................................................81
Display atm. pressure ..........................................................88
Display atmospheric humidity ..............................................89
Display light intensity ...........................................................77
Display of available scripts .................................................140
Display of existing alarm messages ...................................140
Display temperature .............................................................97
Display value ......................................................................104
Display windspeed .............................................................110
E
Electrical connection ......................................................20, 27
Empty space ........................................................................87
Environment .........................................................................11
Explanation of commissioning procedure ................24, 25, 27
Extended operation ..............................................................21
F
Firmware update ................................................................157
First login .................................................................30, 34, 35
Function overview ................................................................14
Functions .............................................................................14
G
General information .............................................................37
Global settings ...................................................................126
Goto account ........................................................................82
Goto menu ...........................................................................83
Granting authorization ........................................................137
Group Addresses .................................................................40
Group header .......................................................................84
I
Importing the configuration ....................24, 25, 124, 125, 142
Improper use ..........................................................................8
Information and symbols used ...............................................7
Information on data protection ...........................................155
Information on protection of the environment ......................11
Initial commissioning of device (direct access) .32, 36, 71, 72,
125
Installation and setting of the app ......................................141
Installation process ............................................................141
Integration of UPnP devices ..............................................134
Intended use ......................................................................7, 8
L
Listing of profile(page) elements (actions) ...............22, 73, 75
Load configuration profile ...................................................154
Local users .........................................................................119
Login ....................................................................................36
Login / registration ...................................................24, 27, 30
M
Maintenance ......................................................................158
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Index
Mounting .............................................................................. 19
N
Notes on the instruction manual ...................................... 6, 25
O
Operating status .................................................................. 22
Operation ............................................................................. 21
Operation of system via the app ............................ 22, 28, 141
Optional creation of scenes ............................................... 128
Optional setting of time programs (timer) .......... 131, 151, 152
Overview of alarms ............................................................ 114
Overview of configuration .................................................... 28
Overview of roles ............................................................... 121
Overview of types ................................................................ 14
Overview of users .............................................................. 119
P
Page link .............................................................................. 92
Preparatory steps ................................................................ 27
Presence detection .............................................................. 51
Profile(page) elements (actions) ........................................ 111
Proxy settings – Internet connection (Port allocation) ....... 133
Push button row................................................................... 95
Q
Qualification of personnel ...................................................... 9
R
Reboot the device .............................................................. 140
Requirements for the electrician .......................................... 18
RESET................................................................................. 21
Reset of the application ....................................................... 21
Reset options....................................................................... 21
Reset to factory default ...................................................... 140
RGB control ......................................................................... 90
Roles ................................................................................. 121
RTC mode selection ............................................................ 75
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S
Safety .....................................................................................7
Safety instructions ................................................................10
Scene ...................................................................................94
Scenes ...............................................................................148
Scope of supply ...................................................................14
Scripts ..................................................................................55
Sending an invitation to the customer ....................35, 36, 123
Settings ................................................22, 142, 148, 151, 153
Settings in the device (direct access) ................119, 125, 157
Setup and function ...............................................................12
Static text .............................................................................93
Status specifications ..........................................................128
Switch ..................................................................................91
System configuration .....................................................32, 37
T
Target group ..........................................................................9
Technical data ......................................................................16
Timer – Time programs ......................................................151
Triggers ........................................................................53, 115
Typical commissioning .........................................................23
U
Updating options ................................................................157
UPnP slider ........................................................................100
User protocols ....................................................................136
V
Value controller ..................................................................106
Value push button ..............................................................109
Value transmitter ................................................................108
Variable text .......................................................................101
W
Web page ...........................................................................103
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