Switch actuator REG-K/x230/16 with current detection and manual

Switch actuator REG-K/x230/16 with current detection and manual
Switch actuator REG-K/x230/16 with
current detection and manual mode
Getting to know the switch actuator
Product manual
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Switch actuator REG-K/2x230/16 with
current detection and manual mode
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Switch actuator REG-K/8x230/16 with
current detection and manual mode
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- Connect only pure ohmic loads to a channel with
direct current (DC).
Switch actuator REG-K/12x230/16 with
current detection and manual mode
Art. no. MTN648495
Table of contents
For your safety ...........................................................1
Getting to know the actuator......................................1
Connections, displays and operating elements .........1
Mounting the actuator ...............................................1
Commissioning the actuator .....................................2
Operating the actuator ..............................................2
What should I do if there is a problem? .....................2
Technical data ............................................................3
Settings in the KNX tool software (ETS) ....................4
Application overview .................................................4
Application 4806/1.1
Switch logic current detection PWM .........................5
For your safety
¼ Risk of fatal injury from electrical current.
DANGER
The device may only be installed and connected by
trained electricians. Observe the country-specific
regulations as well as the valid KNX guidelines.
½
WARNING
Do not use the current detection function for
applications relevant to safety.
½
CAUTION
The device can be damaged.
- Only operate the device in accordance with the
specifications stated in the Technical Data.
- All devices that are installed next to the actuator
must be equipped with at least basic insulation.
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The switch actuator REG-K/x230/16 with current
detection and manual mode (hereinafter referred to as
actuator) can switch
– two loads (MTN647395) or
– eight loads (MTN647895) or
– twelve loads (MTN648495)
via separate, floating make contacts.
You can also manually switch the connected loads with
manual switches on the actuator without bus voltage.
The actuator has a bus coupler. It is installed on a DIN
rail (DIN 60715), with the bus connection made via a
bus connecting terminal. It is supplied with power
from the bus voltage. A data rail is not required.
The actuator also has integrated current detection
which measures the load current of each channel.
Connections, displays and operating elements
A B
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C
E
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ABus connecting terminal, max. 4 core pairs
BProgramming LED (red LED)
CProgramming button
DCable cover
EOperational LED "RUN" (green LED)
FManual switch
GScrew terminals
Mounting the actuator
½ Strong magnetic fields can influence the current
CAUTION
measurement. Install devices with a strong magnetic field (e.g. wound transformers such as bell
transformers) at least 2 cm away from the actuator.
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1 Set the actuator onto the DIN rail.
2
Protect the switch contacts with a seriesconnected 16 A circuit breaker.
6 Connect the load.
L1 L2 L3 N
KNX
16 A
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5 mm
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16 A
x
2 Connect KNX.
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16 A
7 Connect the mains voltage.
You can now check the function of the connected load
using the manual switch, without having to load the
application from the ETS. (See the "Operating the
actuator" section.)
Commissioning the actuator
¼
WARNING
Risk of fatal injury from electrical current. The
device can be damaged.
Safety clearance must be guaranteed in
accordance with IEC 60664-1. There must be at
least 4 mm between the individual cores of the
230 V supply cable and the KNX line.
230 V
1 Press the programming button.
The programming LED lights up.
2 Load the physical address and application into the
device from the ETS.
The programming LED goes out.
The operational LED lights up: The application has
been loaded successfully, the device is ready to be
operated.
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KNX
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DANGER
Risk of fatal injury from electrical current.
Voltage may be present at the outputs when the
mains voltage is connected to the system.
If subjected to strong vibrations during
transportation, the switch contacts might change
to the enabled state.
After connecting the bus voltage, set the relays of
the channels to the position desired simply by
switching "On/Off" or by changing the manual
switch to "OFF".
3 Connect the bus voltage.
4 Wait at least 30 seconds.
5 Set the relays of the channels to the position
desired simply by switching "On/Off" or by
changing the manual switch to "OFF".
Operating the actuator
Connected devices are usually controlled using pushbuttons or by remote control. However, you can
manually switch each of the actuator's channels on
and off directly at the manual switches.
What should I do if there is a fault?
The green operational LED "RUN" is not lit.
Cause
Solution
The bus voltage has
Check bus voltage; only
failed.
manual operation is
possible.
The application was not Load it again.
loaded properly.
½ The actuator can be damaged.
CAUTION
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Technical data
Operating elements:
Power supply from KNX: DC 24 V, approx. 16 mA
For alternating current (AC) per channel:
Nominal voltage:
AC 230 V, 50/60 Hz
Nominal current:
16 A, cos ϕ = 0.6
Incandescent lamps:
AC 230 V, max. 3600 W
Halogen lamps:
AC 230 V, max. 2500 W
Fluorescent lamps:
AC 230 V, max. 2500 VA,
with parallel compensation
Capacitive load:
AC 230 V, 16 A, max. 200 µF
Motor load
AC 230 V, max. 1000 W
Switching frequency:
max. 10x per minute at
nominal load
Fuse:
one 16 A circuit breaker
connected upstream per
channel
Current detection (load current):
Detection range
(sine effective value):
0.1 A to 16 A
Sensing accuracy:
+/- 8% from the existing
current value (sine) and
+/- 100 mA
Frequency:
50/60 Hz
Display:
100 mA
Sensing speed (τ):
200 ms
Display elements:
KNX connection:
Load connection:
Device width:
MTN647395
MTN647895
MTN648495
1 programming button
1 manual switch per channel
1 red LED: programming
check
1 green LED: ready for
operation, "RUN"
Two 1 mm pins for bus
connecting terminal
one 2-gang screw terminal
per channel for max. 2.5
mm2 with one conductor
or max. 1.5 mm2 with two
conductors
2.5 modules = ca. 45 mm
8 modules = ca. 140 mm
12 modules = ca. 210 mm
For direct current (DC) per channel:
Nominal voltage:
DC 12-24 V +10%, 0.1-16 A
Nominal current:
16 A
Switching frequency:
max. 10x per minute at
nominal load
Fuse:
one circuit breaker capable
of operating with direct
current per channel,
connected upstream
Current detection (load current):
Detection range:
0.1 A to 16 A
CAUTION: Connect only pure ohmic loads to a
channel with direct current (DC).
Sensing accuracy:
+/- 8% from the existing
current value (sine) and
+/- 100 mA
Display:
100 mA
Sensing speed (τ):
200 ms
Ambient temperature
Operation:
Environment:
Max. humidity:
3
-5 °C to 45 °C
Can be used at up to 2000
m above mean sea level
(MSL)
93% relative humidity, no
moisture condensation
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Settings in the KNX tool software (ETS)
Selection in the product database
Manufacturer:
Product family:
Product type:
Program name:
Media type:
Product name:
Order number:
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Schneider Electric
Switch actuator 2-gang
4.2
Switch actuator 8-gang
4.42
Switch actuator 12-gang
4.44
4.X.02 DIN rail-mounted REG-K
Switch logic current detection
PWM 4806/1.1
Twisted Pair
Switch actuator REG-K/x230/16
with current detection and
manual mode
MTN647395, MTN647895,
MTN648495
To guarantee the full functionality of the
applications under ETS2, the ETS2 program from
version 1.2 onwards and Service Release A or
higher should be used.
Application overview
Application
Ver Functions
s.
4806 Switch
1.1 Operation as break contact or
logic current
make contact
detection PWM
Staircase timer function
Delay functions
Scenes
Logic operation functions
Logic functions (limit value
comparisons, gate functions,
etc.)
Blocking or priority control
Central function
Current detection (control
with threshold values; power,
operation and switch counter
with limit value monitoring)
PWM control
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Table of contents
General ....................................................................5
Application functions ...............................................5
Overview plan and signal routing ............................6
Switching settings ...................................................7
„Make contact“ relay mode ....................................7
„Break contact“ relay mode ...................................8
„Blinking“ relay mode .............................................8
Central function .....................................................10
Time functions ......................................................12
Scenes ..................................................................17
Higher priority functions ........................................18
Status messages/ status response .......................20
Behaviour after bus voltage failure /
after bus voltage recovery / after download ..........22
Safety function ......................................................24
Manual mode .........................................................25
Current detection ..................................................26
Counter .................................................................29
Logic functions ......................................................30
Heating function ....................................................45
Overview of parameters .......................................48
| configured in such a way that the application
Note: The application files (vd2 and vd3) are
loading time is considerably reduced. When you
convert an ETS 2 project to ETS 3, you lose this
time saving. It therefore makes sense to load
the vd3 file when using ETS 3.
● Service life of the relay at different loads
DC 24 V, 16 A
AC 230 V, 16 A
AC 230 V, 1 A, cos ϕ = 1
No load
20,000 switching cycles
30,000 switching cycles
800,000 switching cycles
1,000,000 switching cycles
● Application functions
The software application for the actuator provides you
with numerous functions. The description of the
functions specifies and explains the parameters that
are relevant for these functions. You will find an
overview of all the ETS application parameters for the
actuator in the respective "Parameter overview"
section.
● General
This software application enables you to program
switch actuators using manual mode (referred to
below as actuator), which switch loads via
independent, floating make contacts.
You can also operate the relay of the actuator directly
using the switch on the front. For more information
see the "Manual operation" section.
All settings described refer to ETS version 3.
Maximum number of group addresses: 254
Maximum Assignments: 255
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Caution!
If you switch back to the preset values in either
ETS 3 (by clicking on "Standard"), then all the
values that you have changed so far will be
deleted!
| other functions, these dependant functions are
Note: Because various functions depend on
only visible and selectable in the ETS when the
preceding function has been enabled. If you deselect functions or parameters, group
addresses that have already been connected
may be removed.
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Overview plan and signal routing
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Scene
Relay state after
reset and download
Logic
operation
function
Off
delay
OR
extended
logic
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KNX
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Prio 3
Prio 2
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Central
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Value object
B, C, limit
value C
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Scene
switching
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Staircase light
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Switching
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Disable
Safety and security
switching
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Staircase lighting
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Staircase lighting
Stair
case
timer
On
delay
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Scene
Logic operation
Input objects
Prio 1
Output
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Mechanical
recognition
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measurement
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Status
feedback
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Relay
operation
mode
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Current sensor
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> Current
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Counter
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KNX
KNX
Relay status
after
bus-voltage
error
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Relay
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>
KNX
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● Explanations of the overview plan and signal
routing
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Note:
The overview plan is read similar to a normal
current circuit diagram. The KNX input objects
are given on the left side. The signal flow is from
left to right. The relay of the relevant switch
channel is at the output. This means that the
overview plan is viewed separately for each
switch channel.
Selection switch:
Switching settings
To switch electronic loads on and off, you can set the
output channels of the actuator to the "Switching"
operating mode. You can select the operating mode
for each channel in the "Channel configuration" tab:
Parameter
Channel configuration
Parameter
Setting
Device selection
2 channels
4 channels
The following symbol represents a "selection switch":
8 channels
12 channels
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>
Switching
Heating
>
Depending on the parameterisation, this "selection
switch" influences the further signal flow of the
telegram within the current sensor actuator in the ETS
software.
The "selection switch" functions like a switch.
Processing
The following symbol represents a processing
module:
>
Channel X operation mode
Relay
operation
mode
The relay operation mode has been selected in this
example. Detailed information about individual
processing modules has been given below.
Signal routing
The descriptions below are for setting "Channel 1" and
"Channel 2", but they apply to all channels.
If you select the operating mode "Switch" for two
output channels, these output contacts are enabled.
To activate these two outputs, the "Switch object channel 1" and "Switch object - channel 2"
communication objects (1 bit) appear.
You can use the "Switch channel 1" and "Switch
channel 2" tabs to perform individual settings for each
channel.
You can define the operation mode of the relay using
the "Relay mode" parameter in the "Switch channel 1"
and "Switch channel 2" tabs. You can use the relay as a
"Make contact", a "Break contact" or for the "Blinking"
function.
The relay is controlled using the "Switch object channel 1" and "Switch object - channel 2"
communication objects.
Telegram values have different effects, depending on
the relay operating mode set:
| parameter settings and linked group addresses
When toggling the relay operation mode,
The following symbol indicates the direction of signal
(telegram) routing.
>
Signal progress
are changed by the ETS program. For this
reason, set the relay operation mode before
parameterising the device.
● "Make contact" relay mode
If the "Switching object" receives a telegram with the
value "0", the contact is opened.
If a telegram value of "1" is received, the contact is
closed.
The setting values "activated" and "not activated" are
used for the different switching states of the output
contacts. In the relay mode, "Make contact" means:
– Activated = pressed
– Not activated= released
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Status feedback
Switch (make function)
Switch on
Switch off
KNX
telegram
KNX
telegram
0
1
1
0
t
Relay status
Closed
t
Each channel can deliver status feedback, depending
on the parameter settings. This always indicates the
actual status of the relay. The following parameter
settings are available for this:
– Pressed = 1; released = 0
– Pressed = 0; released = 1
Relay status
Closed
● "Blinking" relay mode
Open
Open
Remains
Open
t
Becomes
Closed
Remains
Closed
Becomes
Opened
Parameter
Channel X: Switching
Parameter
Setting
Relay operation
Make contact
Status feedback
Each channel can deliver status feedback, depending
on the parameter settings. This always indicates the
actual status of the relay. The following parameter
settings are available for this:
– Pressed = 1; released = 0
– Pressed = 0; released = 1
t
The "Blinking" function opens and closes the relay in
alternation. You can define the blinking response for
every channel using the “Blinking" tab. Define the
blinking speed using a base Blinking interval * factor.
You can set whether the flash cycle begins with the
relay closed or opened. You can also parameterise the
ratio between the closed and opened relay during a
blinking interval. You can reduce the flash impulses to
a defined number in order to increase the service life
of the relay. In addition, you can define the status that
the relay should have after the defined number of flash
impulses is reached.
| Short switching times may be not
Important
parameterised under load (see the technical
data for the switch output).
Parameter
● "Break contact" relay mode
Channel X: Switching
If the "Switching object" receives a telegram with the
value "0", the contact is closed.
If a telegram value of "1" is received, the contact is
opened.
The setting values "pressed" and "released" are used
for the different switching states of the output
contacts. In the relay mode, "Break contact" means:
– Activated = released
– Not activated = pressed
Parameter
Setting
Relay operation
Blinking
Channel X: Blinking
(if the "Blinking" relay mode is
selected)
Parameter
Setting
Behaviour at pressed/released
Blinking/relay opened
Blinking/relay closed
Relay opened/Blinking
Switch (break function)
Relay closed/Blinking
Switch on
Switch off
KNX
telegram
Basic blinking interval
1s
Blinking interval factor
1-255, 5
Can be set in single steps
Ratio of closed/opened
10% / 90%
KNX
telegram
0
1
1 min
1
0
t
Relay status
Closed
t
20% / 80%
30% / 70%
Relay status
Closed
40% / 60%
50% / 50%
Open
60% / 40%
Open
Remains
Closed
t
Becomes
Opened
Remains
Open
Becomes
Closed
t
70% / 30%
80% / 20%
90% / 10%
Parameter
Blinking begins with
Channel X: Switching
Relay is opened
Parameter
Setting
Relay operation
Break contact
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Relay is closed
Defined number of flash impulses 0..100, 20
(0 = permanent blinking)
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Blinking/relay closed
(Flash cycle begins with relay opened)
Channel X: Blinking
(if the "Blinking" relay mode is
selected)
Parameter
Setting
Status after running the defined
number of flash impulses
Relay is closed
Relay is opened
Behaviour at pressed/released
– Blinking/relay opened
The relay starts blinking when "pressed".
At "released", the relay stops blinking and is opened.
Define the relay status (closed or opened) at which
blinking starts using the "Blinking begins with"
parameter.
Blinking/relay opened
(Flash cycle begins with relay closed)
State
Actuated
State
Actuated
Not actuated
Relay
Closed
Open
Flashing interval
– Relay opened/Blinking
When "pressed", the relay stops blinking and is
opened.
The relay starts blinking when "released".
Define the relay status (closed or opened) at which
blinking starts using the "Blinking begins with"
parameter.
Not actuated
Relay opened/Blinking
(Flash cycle begins with relay closed)
Relay
Closed
State
Actuated
Not actuated
Open
Flashing interval
Blinking/relay opened
(Flash cycle begins with relay opened)
Relay
Closed
Open
Flashing interval
State
Actuated
Relay opened/Blinking
(Flash cycle begins with relay opened)
Not actuated
State
Actuated
Relay
Closed
Not actuated
Relay
Closed
Open
Flashing interval
Open
Flashing interval
– Blinking/relay closed
The relay starts blinking when "pressed".
When "released“, the relay stops blinking and is closed.
Define the relay status (closed or opened) at which
blinking starts using the "Blinking begins with"
parameter.
Blinking/relay closed
(Flash cycle begins with relay closed)
State
Actuated
– Relay closed/Blinking
When "pressed", the relay stops blinking and is closed.
The relay starts blinking when "released".
Define the relay status (closed or opened) at which
blinking starts using the "Blinking begins with"
parameter.
Relay closed/Blinking
(Flash cycle begins with relay closed)
State
Actuated
Not actuated
Not actuated
Relay
Closed
Relay
Closed
Open
Flashing interval
Open
Flashing interval
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Relay closed/Blinking
(Flash cycle begins with relay opened)
State
Actuated
impulses is reached. Either relay closed or relay
opened.
Status feedback
Not actuated
Relay
Closed
Open
Flashing interval
Ratio of closed/opened
You can parameterise the percentage ratio between
the closed and opened relay during a blinking interval.
Relay closed
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
Relay opened
90%
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
Ratio of closed/opened
(e.g. 1. 50%/50%; 2. 20%/80%)
State
Actuated
Each channel can deliver status feedback, depending
on the parameter settings. This always indicates the
actual status of the relay. The following parameter
settings are available for this:
– Pressed = 1; released = 0
– Pressed = 0; released = 1
| At the beginning of the Blinking interval, a 1Note:
signal is sent once to the bus as status
feedback. After the end of the Blinking interval,
a 0-telegram is sent to the bus once.
Communication objects
The switching commands for the output relay are
received via the "Switch object" communication object.
Per channel:
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Switching
Switch object
1 bit
Low
CW
Receive
● Central function
You can use the central function to switch several
output channels simultaneously with a telegram
command. This function is useful, for example, when
you wish to switch off all lights at the touch of a button
before going to bed in the evening, or when you leave
your apartment.
Not actuated
Relay
Closed
50%
50%
Decentral control without using the central function
Open
Flashing interval
Kitchen
Toilet
Hall
Office
Cellar
Relay
Closed
20%
80%
Open
RUN
1
2
3
OFF
4
OFF
OFF
5
OFF
6
7
OFF
8
OFF
OFF
Switch actuator REG-K/8x230/16 with current detection and manual mode
647895
AC 230V µ 16AX
Flashing interval
Defined number of blink impulses
(0 = permanent blinking)
– 0..100
You can reduce the blink impulses to a defined number
(1 to 100) in order to increase the service life of the
relay. With "0", the number of blink impulses is
unlimited; the relay thus blinks permanently.
Status after running the defined number of blink
impulses
– Relay closed
– Relay opened
In addition, you can define the status that the relay
should have after the defined number of blink
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Kitchen
Toilet
Hall
Central
switch
Cellar
Office
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Enabling the "Channel" central function
Central control using the central function
Kitchen
Toilet
Hall
Office
Cellar
After enabling the "Central function" parameter for
every channel, you can set the function values in a new
tab called "Channel X: Central function".
You can parameterise the allocation of switching
states (activated, not activated) to telegram values.
RUN
1
2
3
OFF
4
OFF
OFF
5
OFF
6
7
OFF
8
OFF
OFF
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AC 230V µ 16AX
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Parameter
Kitchen
Channel X: Switching
Toilet
Parameter
Setting
Central function
Disabled
Central
switch
Hall
Enabled
Channel X: Central function
(if "Enabled" is selected in the
central function for the
channel)
Cellar
Office
Enabling the "General" central function
Parameter
Setting
Overwrite runtime settings on
download
Disabled
Central function
No reaction at "0" or "1"
Enabled
Released at "0" or "1"
In order to be able to use the central function for the
individual switching channels, you first have to enable
the function in the "General" tab once: You can also
select the "Save changes" and "Central function delay"
options. You can save the changes made in the central
function, for instance, using a separate push-button
and the "Save changes" communication object (1telegram saves the relay-positions in case of a 1telegramm at the central object, 0-telegram saves the
relay-positions in case of a 0-telegramm at the central
object). You can parameterise the delay of the central
function once for all channels and also set the time
intervals between the central functions for every
channel.
After enabling in the "General" tab, the "Central object"
communication object (1 bit) is displayed. The "Save
central object" communication object (1 bit) is also
displayed if the "Save changes" function is selected.
Pressed at "0" or "1"
Pressed at "0" / released at "1"
Released at "0" / pressed at "1"
Released at "0" / no reaction at
"1"
Pressed at "0" / no reaction at "1"
No reaction at "0" / released at
"1"
No reaction at "0" / pressed at "1"
Overwrite runtime settings on download
– Disabled
Changes made in the central function during the
operation, which you have saved using the "Save
changes" communication object, are not overwritten
on download.
– Enabled
All changes are overwritten on download.
Parameter
Priority
General
Parameter
Setting
Central function
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled/save changes
Delayed/save changes
Communication objects
General
(if "Delayed/save changes" is
selected)
Parameter
Setting
Delay of central function all
channels
100 ms* factor (0-65535)
0-65535
Time between central functions
per channel
100 ms* factor (0-255)
0-255, 2
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The central function has the same priority as the
normal switching function. When a new object value is
received via the "Central object", the effect is the same
as when a new object value is received for the "Switch
object" of the channel.
The central control telegrams can be received via the
"Central object" and "Save central object"
communication objects:
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Central
function
Central object
1 bit
Low
CW
Receive
Central
function
Save central
object
1 bit
Low
CW
Receive
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Parameter
Time functions
Channel X: Switching
● ON and OFF delay
As a result of the delay function, the relay states are
not altered immediately after a telegram is received,
but only after the set delay time has elapsed:
– On delay time delays the changeover of the relay
contact from the "not activated" state to the
"activated" state after an object value "1" is received.
– Off delay time delays the changeover of the relay
contact from the "activated" state to the "not
activated" state after an object value "0" is received.
You can also use both functions together for one
channel.
Parameter
Setting
On-Off delay time
Disabled
Enabled
Channel X: On-Off-delay times
(if "Enabled" is selected for the
On-Off delay time)
Parameter
Affects
Make-contact function
Staircase lighting time object
Scene object
Switch and staircase lighting
object
Break-contact function
Switch and scene object
KNX
telegram
Switching
0
1
None of the objects
Switch object
ON and OFF delay
KNX
telegram
Switching
Setting
ON delay
Staircase lighting and scene
object
0
1
Switch, staircase lighting and
scene object
t
t
ON delay
Not retriggerable
Time base for ON delay
100 ms
Retriggerable
Relay status
Closed
Relay status
Closed
1s
1 min
Open
Open
Factor for on delay time (1-255)
t
t
t on
t off
t on
t off
OFF delay
Affects
For every channel, you can parameterise whether the
delay affects the switch, staircase lighting or scene
object or several objects in combination.
The delay time is made up of time base * factor and
you can parameterise it for every channel. You can
define the set period as "retriggerable" or "not
retriggerable" using parameters. In the case of a
retriggerable on delay time, the delay time is restarted
on receipt of a "1" telegram. In the case of a
retriggerable Off delay time, the delay time is restarted
on receipt of a "0" telegram.
You can also select "Adding" for the Off delay time. The
delay time is added on receipt of the same telegram
value, e.g. using a separate push-button. You can
determine the maximum number of additions.
If the delay is not retriggerable, the relay is opened
once the period has elapsed.
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None of the objects
Switch object
Staircase lighting time object
Scene object
Switch and staircase lighting
object
Switch and scene object
Staircase lighting and scene
object
Switch, staircase lighting and
scene object
OFF delay
Not retriggerable
Retriggerable
Retriggerable and adding
Max. number of additions
2
(if "Retriggerable and adding" Off
3
delay time is selected)
4
5
Time base for OFF delay
100 ms
1s
Enabling delay times for every channel:
In order to use the delay functions with the switching
channels, you must enable them separately for each
switching channel. After the "On-Off delay time"
function has been enabled, you can set the function
values in a new tab called "Channel X: Delay times".
1-255, 3
1 min
Factor for Off delay time (1-255)
1-255, 120
Restarting On delay time/Off delay time
– Not retriggerable
When a telegram value is first received, the delay
function is started. After the delay time has elapsed,
the output relay is switched, regardless of whether
further telegrams with the same value have been
received during the delay time.
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the delay time up to five times, e.g. by pressing a
separate push-button multiple times.
Non-retriggerable ON delay
KNX
telegram
1
0
1
0
1
1
Retriggerable and adding Off delay time
t
KNX
telegram
1
State
Actu ated
0
1
0
0
Max.
5x
0
t
Not actu ated
t
t on
State
Actuated
t on
t on
Not actuated
t
Non-retriggerable OFF delay
t off
KNX
telegram
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
State
Actuated
Not actuated
t
t off
t off
– Retriggerable
The delay function is started while a telegram value is
being received. If the "Object" receives the same
telegram value again while a delay time is running, the
delay time is re-started from the beginning.
Retriggerable ON delay
KNX
telegram
1
0
1
0
1
+ t off
+ t off
Interrupting the delay function
1
t
t off
t off
If a delay function is started when a new object value
is received, and if the output channel receives a
telegram with the opposite object value while the
delay time is running, the delay function is interrupted.
The relay is not switched:
– When the object value "0" is received, any ON delay
that is running is interrupted.
– When the object value "1" is received, any OFF delay
that is running is interrupted.
Priority
If the output of the actuator is forced into a new
switching position by a higher priority function while a
delay is still running, the relay is switched without a
delay.
1
Communication objects
On and Off delay time telegrams can be received via
the "Switch object" communication object:
Per channel:
t
State
Actuated
Function
Not actuated
t
t on
t on
t on
t on
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
On-Off delay Switch object
time
1 bit
Low
CW
Receive
Retriggerable OFF delay
KNX
telegram
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
t
State
Actuated
Not actuated
t
t off
t off
t off
t off
Restarting and adding the Off delay time
– Retriggerable and adding
The delay function is started while a telegram value is
being received. If the "Object" receives the same
telegram value once or several times while a delay
time is running, the delay time is added. You can add
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● Staircase lighting time (staircase timer)
As the name already suggests, this function is used to
switch on a load, such as the light in a staircase, via a
bus telegram, and then to switch it back off after an
adjustable period of time has elapsed. Switching off
therefore requires no manually or automatically
generated bus telegram. The actuator executes the
OFF procedure independently in a time-controlled
manner.
Two types of staircase lighting time are available:
– You can use the Staircase lighting time fixed to
parameterise a fixed staircase time per channel. The
fixed staircase lighing time is made up of time base
* factor. This function provides you with the
"Staircase lighing time fixed" object (1 bit).
– You can determine only the time base using the
Staircase lighting time variable function. The
factor is defined using the "Staircase lighing time
variable" object (2 byte integer without sign) e.g.
using a push-button. You can thus specify the
staircase lighing time length from different positions
depending on the required situation.
You can cancel the staircase lighing time early in both
of these staircase lighting functions.
You must select the "Retriggerable" or "Adding"
staircase lighing time if you want to restart the
staircase lighing time when it is still running or add the
staircase lighing time. The staircase lighing time is
then restarted or added using another "1"-telegram.
If the staircase lighing time is not retriggerable, the
relay is opened immediately after the period has
elapsed.
For staircase lighing time variable, you also have the
option of retriggering to the higher value.
You can send a defined number of warnings that can
be parameterised in terms of time, so that you are
warned before the staircase lighing time elapses.
Channel X: Staircase lighting
time function fixed
(if "Staircase lighting function
fixed" function is selected)
Parameter
Setting
Staircase lighting time
With anticipated truncation
(0-telegram)
Without early cancellation
Staircase lighting time is
Not retriggerable
Retriggerable
Retriggerable and adding
Retrigger to the higher value
(only stair. timer variable)
Max. number of additions
2
(if "Retriggerable and adding"
3
staircase lighting time is selected)
4
5
Time base staircase lighting time 1 s
fixed
1 min
Factor staircase lighting time (165535)
1-65535, 3
Number of warnings before end
of staircase lighting time
0
1
2
3
Warning starts at a staircase
1-255, 30
lighting rest time of (1 s * factor)
Staircase lighting time is
Not retriggerable
Retriggerable
Channel X: Staircase lighting
time function variable
(if "Staircase lighting function
variable" is selected)
Parameter
Setting
Staircase lighting time
With anticipated truncation
(0-telegram)
Without early cancellation
Staircase lighting time is
Not retriggerable
Retriggerable
Retriggerable and adding
Enabling the staircase lighting time
In order to use the staircase lighting time with the
switching channels, you must select it separately for
each switching channel.
After selecting the staircase lighing time fixed
function, you can set the function values in a new tab
called "X staircase lighing time fixed".
After selecting staircase timer variable, you can set the
function values in a new tab called "X staircase lighing
time variable".
Retrigger to the higher value
(only stair. timer variable)
Max. number of additions
2
(if "Retriggerable and adding"
staircase lighting time is selected) 3
4
5
Base time for staircase lighting
time variable object
1s
Number of warnings before end
of taircase lighting time
0
1 min
1
2
3
Parameter
Warning starts at a staircase
1-255, 30
lighting rest time of (1 s * factor)
Channel X: Switching
Parameter
Setting
Staircase lighting function
Disabled
Staircase lighting function fixed
Staircase lighting function
variable
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Cancel staircase lighting time early
If the "Staircase lighing time object" receives a new
telegram with the object value "0" while a staircase
lighing time is running, the reaction of the switching
channel will depend on your setting for the "Staircase
lighing time" parameter:
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– With early cancellation (0-telegram)
After the object value "0" is received, the output is
switched to the "not activated" position. In this case, an
active Off delay time delays the transfer of the relay
states from "pressed" to "released".
With early cancellation (0-telegram)
KNX
telegram
1
Retriggerable staircase lighting time
KNX
telegram
1
1
1
t
State
Actuated
Not actuated
0
t staircase
t staircase
t
t staircase
t
State
Actuated
Not actuated
t
t staircase
– Without early cancellation
A telegram with the object value "0" has no effect. The
staircase lighing time set continues to run normally
until the end. An OFF delay cannot be set.
Without early cancellation
– Retriggerable and adding
After a new telegram or multiple telegrams with the
object value "1" are received, the staircase lighing time
is added to the present staircase lighing time. The
number of additions can be set. You can parameterise
a maximum of five staircase lighing time additions. You
can add the staircase lighing time, for instance, by
pressing a separate push-button multiple times.
Retriggerable and adding staircase lighting time
KNX
telegram
KNX
telegram
1
1
1
1
Max.
5x
1
0
t
t
State
Actuated
State
Actuated
Not actuated
Not actuated
t
t
t staircase
+
+
t staircase t staircase t staircase
KNX
telegram
1
1
1
Value
KNX
telegram
Value
Retrigger to the higher value
(only for staircase lighting time variable)
Value
Not retriggerable staircase lighting time
Restarting the staircase lighting time variable with
a higher value
– Retrigger to the higher value (only stair. lighing time
variable)
After a new telegram has been received, the staircase
lighing time is restarted with the higher value.
Value
Restart staircase lighting time
If the "Staircase lighing time object" receives a new
telegram with the object value "1" while a staircase
lighing time is running, the reaction of the switching
channel will depend on your setting for the "Actual
staircase lighing time" parameter:
– Not retriggerable
A new telegram received with the object value "1" has
no effect. The function continues to run normally.
t
State
Actuated
t = 20 s
t
State
Actuated
Not actuated
t staircase = 50 s
t staircase = 100 s
Not actuated
t staircase
t staircase
t
t staircase = 200 s
t
t staircase
– Retriggerable
After a new telegram with the object value "1" has
been received, the staircase lighing time is restarted.
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t staircase = 100 s
Warning before end of staircase lighting time
With the warning, the user can be informed that the
function is due to end soon when the lighting system
switches off just before the staircase lighing time
elapses. The user can restart (retrigger) the staircase
lighing time by pressing a push-button. If the user does
nothing, the function will continue to run normally.
You can set the number of warnings using the
"Number of warnings before end of staircase lighing
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time" parameter. The warning function is disabled if
this parameter is set to „0“. Select one, two or three
warning impulses in order to enable the warnings. The
first warning starts at the set staircase lighing rest
time, which you can derive from a time base (1 s) *
factor (1-255).
For each warning, the output contact for the fixed time
frame of 500 ms (t u) is switched to the "not activated"
state. If you have activated more than one warning,
the waiting time (t del) between the warning impulses
is calculated as per the following formula:
Waiting time
between
warnings (t
del)
|
Staircase lighting rest time (t warning) (Number of warnings * 500 ms (t u))
Number of warnings
=
not affect the "Staircase lighing time object". The
staircase lighting time runs through to the end and
switches the output relay directly into the "released"
state. An OFF delay cannot be set.
Staircase lighting function with OFF delay
Make-contact function
KNX
telegram
1
Staircase lighting time with warnings
1
0
0
t
t
t off
t off
Relay status
Closed
If a running staircase lighting time is interrupted
by early cancellation, no warning is given.
Break-contact function
KNX
telegram
Relay status
Closed
Open
Open
t
t
t staircase
t staircase
| early cancellation and active warning, the
For staircase lighting time with the option of
KNX
telegram
1
tu
State
Actuated
t int
1
tu
t int
2
tu
t
staircase lighting time with warning is
immediately deactivated on receipt of an Off
telegram. The OFF delay elapses. No warning is
given.
3
Priority
Not actuated
t
t Warning
t staircase
Staircase lighting time in combination with delay
functions
The combination of a staircase lighting time with an on
delay time results in the delayed start of the staircase
lighting time.
KNX
telegram
Break-contact function
KNX
telegram
1
1
t
Communication objects
Telegrams for the staircase lighting time can be
received via the "Staircase lighing time fixed" and
"Staircase lighing time variable" communication
objects:
Per channel:
(depending on the selected staircase lighting function)
Staircase lighting time with on delay time
Make-contact function
If the output of the actuator is brought into a new
switching position by a function with a higher priority
while the staircase lighing time is running, the relay is
immediately switched to this position. The last
switching telegram is stored and any delay periods or
staircase lighing time continue to run.
t
Function
Relay status
Closed
Relay status
Closed
Open
Open
t
t
t on
t staircase
t on
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Staircase
Staircase
lighting time lighting time
fixed
fixed
Object name
1 bit
Low
CW
Receive
Staircase
Staircase
lighting time lighting time
variable
variable
2 byte Low
CW
Receive
t staircase
The combination of the staircase lighting time with an
Off delay time depends on how you have defined the
staircase lighting time:
– In case of the staircase lighting time with
anticipated truncation (0-telegram), the Off delay
time is started when an anticipated off telegram is
received on the "Staircase lighing time object". The
output is switched off once the OFF delay has
expired (not activated).
– For a the staircase lighting time without early
cancellation, the receipt of an Off telegram does
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Scenes
● Scene
The scene function can be used when multiple room
functions need to be changed simultaneously with a
push-button action or an operating command. Calling
up a scene allows you, for instance, to switch on the
room lighting, set the heating control to daytime
operation and switch on the power supply to the
socket-outlets in a room.
The scene function allows you to integrate multiple
channels into one scene control. There are up to eight
different scenes for each output channel. One of the
64 possible scene addresses 0 to 63 (which
correspond to the telegram values 0 to 63) can be
assigned to each of these scenes. You can store the
switching states (activated, not activated) as scene
values for every output channel.
You can parameterise a time delay for every actuator
channel in order to minimise starting current when
switching on a complex scene.
address and switches the outputs to the stored scene
values.
If the "Scene object" receives a scene telegram with
learn bit "1", then the current switching state is saved
as the new scene value in all the scenes that have
been assigned to the scene address received.
| scenes within a channel (incorrect
Note: If a scene address is assigned to multiple
parameterisation), only the scene last found
with this scene address is retrieved or saved.
You can avoid this by assigning different scene
addresses within a channel.
Activating the scene function
After you enable the "Scenes" parameter, the "Channel
X: Scene" tab appears in the respective channel. You
can specify the switching state of the output relay
when a scene is retrieved in the tab. You can activate
each of the eight scenes individually.
After you enable the function, the communication
object "Scene object" appears. This object receives the
scene telegrams.
Telegram format
Telegrams for the scene function have the following
data format: L X D D D D D D.
– L = learning bit
– X = is not used
– DDDDDD = retrieved scene address
If the learn bit in a telegram has the value "0", the relay
states stored for this scene address are retrieved and
set.
If the learn bit has the value "1", then the current
output states are saved as new scene values for the
scene address received.
Examples:
– Telegram value 57
Binary 0011 1101
Hexadecimal 39
Retrieve scene address 57
– Telegram value 29
Binary 0001 1101
Hexadecimal 1D
Retrieve scene address 29
– Telegram value 157
Binary 1001 1101
Hexadecimal 9D
Learn scene address 29
– Telegram value 141
Binary 10001101
Hexadecimal 8D
Learn scene address 13
Parameter
Retrieving and saving scenes
Scene 3 switching state
Released
(if "Enabled" is selected for scene
Pressed
3)
The "Scene object" object allows you to retrieve scene
values for the output relay. After a scene telegram is
received, the actuator evaluates the transmitted scene
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Channel X: Switching
Parameter
Setting
Scenes
Disabled
Enabled
Channel X: Scenes
(if "Enabled" is selected for
scenes)
Parameter
Setting
Overwrite scene values in
actuator during download
Disabled
Time delay for the actuator
channel (base 100 ms)
0-255 (0 = disabled)
Scene 1
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Scene 1 scene address (0-63) (if 0-63, 0
"Enabled" is selected for scene 1)
Scene 1 switching state
Released
(if "Enabled" is selected for scene
Pressed
1)
Scene 2
Disabled
Enabled
Scene 2 scene address (0-63) (if 0-63, 1
"Enabled" is selected for scene 2)
Scene 2 switching state
Released
(if "Enabled" is selected for scene
Pressed
2)
Scene 3
Disabled
Enabled
Scene 3 scene address (0-63) (if 0-63, 2
"Enabled" is selected for scene 3)
Scene 4
Disabled
Enabled
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Higher priority functions
Channel X: Scenes
(if "Enabled" is selected for
scenes)
Parameter
Setting
● Lock function
Scene 4 scene address (0-63) (if 0-63, 3
"Enabled" is selected for scene 4)
You can use the Lock function to systematically press/
release a channel, and to disable it in this position. The
state of the output channel cannot be changed by
other control commands as long as locking is active.
You can activate the Lock funciton for each switching
channel individually.
After the Lock function is enabled, a new
communication object called "Lock object" and a new
tab called "Channel X: Lock function" are available for
the switching function. You can use "Lock object" to
activate and deactivate a channel block.
If the "Lock object" receives a telegram with the object
value which you have specified for the "Lock"
parameter, then all other channel functions are
blocked. You can define the reaction via the "Behaviour
at start of locking" parameter:
If the disable object receives a telegram with the
opposite object value to the activation, the lock is
removed and the output relay adopts the state which
you have specified in the "Behaviour at end of locking"
parameter:
Scene 4 switching state
Released
(if "Enabled" is selected for scene Pressed
4)
Scene 5
Disabled
Enabled
Scene 5 scene address (0-63) (if 0-63, 4
"Enabled" is selected for scene 5)
Scene 5 switching state
Released
(if "Enabled" is selected for scene Pressed
5)
Scene 6
Disabled
Enabled
Scene 6 scene address (0-63) (if 0-63, 5
"Enabled" is selected for scene 6)
Scene 6 switching state
Released
(if "Enabled" is selected for scene Pressed
6)
Scene 7
Disabled
Enabled
Scene 7 scene address (0-63) (if 0-63, 6
"Enabled" is selected for scene 7)
Scene 7 switching state
Released
(if "Enabled" is selected for scene Pressed
7)
Scene 8
If a higher priority function is active after the Lock
function has ended, the "Behaviour after end of
locking" parameter is ineffective. The state of the
higher priority function is immediately adopted.
Disabled
Enabled
Scene 8 scene address (0-63) (if 0-63, 7
"Enabled" is selected for scene 8)
Scene 8 switching state
Released
(if "Enabled" is selected for scene Pressed
8)
| The last switching telegram is saved during a
The Lock function always switches immediately.
Overwriting scene values on download
If you enabled the parameter "Overwrite scene values
in actuator during download", then your default values
overwrite the scene values saved in the device on
download. If you don't want to overwrite the values in
the device, disable this parameter. In this case, only
those scene values for which the parameters were set
during the first download are written into the device
memory. If an application is then downloaded, the
scene values will remain in the device memory.
Lock function and any delay periods or staircase
timers continue to run.
Lock for object value "1"
Behaviour at start of locking = no reaction;
Behaviour at end of locking = follows current value;
Relay mode: make contact
KNX
telegram
Disable object
The scene function has the same priority as the
normal switching function via the "Switch object". This
should be taken into account with regard to the priority
of the higher-level functions.
0
Disabled
KNX
telegram
Switch object
Priority
1
1
0
1
0
t
Disabled
1
0
t
switching state
Actuated
Not actuated
Communication objects
t
The scene telegrams can be received via the "Scene
object" communication object:
Function
Object name
Type
Scene
Scene object
1 byte Low
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Prio
Flags Behaviour
CW
Receive
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Parameter
Communication objects
Per channel: Select the disable function.
The following communication objects can be selected:
Per channel:
Channel X: Switching
Parameter
Setting
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Higher priority function
Locking operation
Channel X
Lock object
1 bit
Low
CW
Receive
Priority function
Per channel: Set the disable function.
Channel X: Disable
Parameter
Setting
Lock
At object value "0"
At object value "1"
Behaviour at start of locking
No reaction
● Priority function
If you have selected priority function as the higher
priority function for a switching channel, a new
communication object called "Priority object" is
available for this channel.
The object values of the priority object have the
following meaning:
Pressed
Released
Behaviour at end of locking
No reaction
Follows current value
Pressed
Value Value
Bit 1 Bit 2
1
1
Activate priority function, "pressed" switching state
0
1
Deactivate priority function, switching state
depends on the "Behaviour after the end of priority
function" parameter
1
0
Activate priority function, "released" switching
state
0
0
End of priority function, switching state depends
on the "Behaviour after the end of priority function"
parameter
Released
Lock behaviour at download (only Deactivated
if a higher priority function is
Activated
inactive
As before download
Behaviour of the locking after bus Deactivated
voltage recovery
Activated
As before bus voltage failure
Locking behaviour after download
After downloading, the disable function is also set as it
was after a bus voltage recovery. The "Relay state after
download" parameter in the "Channel X: Failure
behaviour" parameter tab determines the state that is
set.
If the "Relay state after download" parameter is set to
the value "As before download", the disable function is
activated as previously specified, and the relay is
switched accordingly.
Behaviour of the output
Priority function is activated when the value "1" is
received on bit 1. The assigned output relay is then
switched to "pressed" (bit 2 = "1") or "released" (bit 2 =
"0"), depending on bit 2.
An active priority function is then enabled again by a
new telegram with the value "0" on bit 1. As long as
priority function is active, the relevant channel cannot
be controlled via the "Switch object" or the advanced
functions (central function, time functions, scene
function).
After the end of a priority function, the behaviour of the
output relay is determined by the "Behaviour at end of
priority function" parameter:
Parameter
Behaviour of locking after bus voltage recovery
– Deactivated
The disable function is not activated after bus
recovery, regardless of its status prior to bus
voltage failure.
– Activated
The disable function is activated after bus recovery
and the output is switched back to the state you
specified in the "Behaviour at start of locking"
parameter. If you have set the "no reaction" value
here, the output is blocked in its current state.
– As before bus voltage failure
The disable function is switched to the state which
was active before the bus voltage failure. If the
disable function was active, the output is controlled
by its settings in the "Behaviour at start of locking"
parameter.
Per channel: Select the priority function.
Channel X: Switching
Parameter
Setting
Higher priority function
Lock function
Priority function
Per channel: Set the behaviour of the priority function.
Channel X: Disable
Parameter
Setting
Behaviour after end of priority
function
Follows current value
Pressed
Released
Behaviour of priority function after Disabled
bus voltage recovery
Enabled, released
Enabled, pressed
As before bus voltage failure
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The setting values lead to the following reactions after
a priority function is lifted:
– Follows current value
During the priority function, all switching
commands of subordinate functions (basic function
and advanced functions) are followed by the
application and the switch state is updated
internally. In this way, at the end of a priority
function, the switching state can be set which it
would currently have had without the priority
function.
Behaviour of priority function after bus voltage
recovery
You can use the "Behaviour of priority function after
bus voltage recovery" parameter to specify the
reaction of the channel after bus recovery and the
switching state:
– Locked
The priority function remains deactivated. The
switching state of the channel is derived from other
higher priority functions or from the set switching
behaviour after bus recovery.
– Enabled, released
The priority function is automatically activated when
the bus voltage recovers, and the switching state is
switched to the "released" state.
– Enabled, pressed
The priority function is automatically activated when
the bus voltage recovers, and the switching state is
switched to the "pressed" state.
– As before bus voltage failure
The priority control function is set to the status
which it had before the bus voltage failure. If the
priority control was previously active, the output
relay is switched to the state which it had before.
Communication objects
The following communication objects can be selected:
Per channel:
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Channel X
Priority object
2 bit
Low
CW
Receive
Status messages/status response
● Status messages/status response
The software application provides you with options for
reporting the current device status and the status of
output channels via communication objects.
Depending on these status-/status response, you can
trigger certain control processes or enable and disable
functions in the system.
The status-/status response of the output channels are
made available through communication objects. You
can set the transmission characteristics of these
objects to one of the following values using
parameters:
– Active status response object
The new value is automatically sent to the bus after
the switching state of the output relay (e.g. relay
pressed or relay released) is changed.
– Passive status object
The status object does not transmit its values.
However, the current status is available and can be
read out by other bus devices. The status messages
are also suitable for displaying current operating
statuses by means of visualisation software.
You can parameterise the status-/status response
object such that only certain changes are reported.
Three variants are available:
Reports status-/status response object:
– At changes by bus and manipulation
– At changes by bus
– At changes by manipulation
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Manual operation and status-/status response
You can assign two different telegram values to the
status-/status feedback objects:
– Pressed = 1; Released = 0
– Pressed = 0; Released = 1
Use this to determine the value that is sent as status/status response objects.
Delayed sending behaviour for status responses
You can set the delay of status feedbacks from this
device and the interval between multiple status
feedback telegrams with a higher priority in the
"General" tab.
Parameter
General
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Parameter
Setting
Delay status response all
channels, 100 ms * factor (065535)
0-65535
Time between status response
per channel, 100 ms * factor (0255)
0,255, 2
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If there is only one pending transmission job, the
message is sent as set in the "Delay status response
all channels" parameter. If more than one status
response ise pending, the other status responses are
sent using the pattern of the delay time determined by
the "Time between status response per channel"
parameter.
Example: Active status response with an On and Off delay
KNX
telegram
0
1
t
Relay status
Actuated
Feedback messages
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
Not actuated
t
t on
Telegrams
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
t off
KNX
telegram
Status feedback
1
0
Time between
feedback messages
t
Activate status-/status response
If you want to activate the status-/status response for
an output channel, you must select the corresponding
"Status-/status response" for every channel. The
"Active status response object" or the "Passive status
object" is available to you.
Parameter
– Passive status object
If you have specified the object behaviour as
"passive status object", the output status is not
transmitted when the status changes, but is simply
updated in the "Status object" object. The value of
the "Status object" can then by read out by another
bus device, e.g. by a visualisation software
program.
Channel X: Switching
Parameter
Setting
Status/status response
Disabled
Active status response object
Passive status object
Status/status response object
For bus and manual mode
change
For bus change
For manual mode change
Value status/status response
object
Pressed = 1, Released = 0
Pressed = 0, Released = 1
Use status-/status feedback
– Disabled
The status-/status response object is not active.
– Active status response object
If you have set the "Status-/status response"
parameter to the "Active status response object"
value, the switching status of the output relay (e.g.
Relay activated or Relay not activated) is transmitted
each time the state is changed via the "Status
response object" object.
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Communication objects
The following communication objects are available:
Per channel:
(depending on the selected status-/status response)
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Status
response
Status response 1 bit
object
Low
CRT
Transmit/
read out
Status
report
Status object
Low
CR
Read out
1 bit
● Collected status/status feedback object
You can send status-/status response with a time
delay using 4-byte objects coded by bit using the
collected status/status response object.
Up to 16 channels are integrated into one collected
status/status feedback in order to save group
addresses and to reduce the bus load, e.g. for a central
off telegram.
The 4-byte object is constructed as follows. The upper
2 bytes show which condition bit is valid ("1" = valid, "0"
= invalid). The lower 2 bytes show the conditions
(actuated or not actuated) of the channels.
For example: 12-gang actuator, channels 2 and 6 are
actuated
00001111 11111111 00000000 00100010
You can parameterise the collected status/status
response objects such that only certain changes are
reported. Three variants are available:
Reports collected status/status response object:
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– At changes by bus and manipulation
– At changes by bus
– At changes by manipulation
You can define the value (pressed = 1, released = 0 or
pressed = 0, released = 1) of the collected status/
status response using the "Assignment channel status
to value of bit" parameter.
In case of a status response object, you can also
parameterise a delay time for the status response
telegrams to be sent.
Behaviour after bus voltage failure / after bus
voltage recovery / after download
If you want the actuator to respond in a certain way if
the supply voltage fails unexpectedly during operation,
then you can configure failure behaviour for each
channel.
If you have enabled the failure behaviour parameter for
a channel, an additional tab called "Channel X Failure
behaviour" in which you can set other parameters
appears.
Activate collected status/status response
If you want to activate the collected status/status
response for the device, you must select collected
status/status response in the "General" tab. The
"Status response object" or the "Status object" is
available to you.
Parameter
Setting
Collected status/status response Disabled
Status response object
Status object
Collected status/status response At changes by bus and
object
manipulation
At changes by bus
At changes by manipulation
Assignment channel status to bit Pressed = 1, Released = 0
value
Pressed = 0, Released = 1
Delay time sending
(1 s * factor; 0-255)
(if "Status response object" is
selected for collected status/
status response)
0-255, 60
Behaviour after bus voltage
recovery
No reaction
Sends current status
Behaviour after bus voltage recovery
– No reaction
The collected status/status response remains
unchanged in its current position.
– Sends actual status
The current status of the output channels is sent to
the bus after the set sending delay time elapses.
However, only those messages are sent which you
have defined as "status response object".
Communication objects
Function
Object name
Collected
status/
status
response
Collected status/ 4 byte Low
status response
object
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Parameter
Setting
Failure behaviour
Disabled
Enabled
Parameter
General
Parameter
Setting
Sending delay after bus voltage
recovery in s
0-255, 30
● Behaviour when bus voltage fails
When the bus voltage drops below 18 V, the relay can
adopt a parameterised state. The relay state can be
either "pressed" or "released", or remain in the state it
was in before the failure. At the same time, the current
switching position of the relay is stored in the device.
Active time delays are not saved. No further status
feedback telegrams are sent.
The RUN LED is not lit when bus voltage fails.
Activate behaviour after bus voltage failure
If you want to activate the behaviour after bus voltage
failure for an output channel, you must select a "Relay
state after bus voltage failure" for every channel. You
can set the failure behaviour to "no reaction", "pressed"
or "released".
Parameter
The following communication objects are available for
the device:
Type
Channel X: Switching
For the device, you can set a global transmission delay
of all telegrams after bus recovery. You can specify the
delay time under the "Sending delay after bus voltage
recovery in s" parameter in the "General" tab.
General
Parameter
Parameter
Prio
Flags Behaviour
CRT
Transmit/
read out
Channel X: Failure
Parameter
Setting
Relay state after bus voltage
failure
No reaction
Pressed
Released
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Possible settings:
– No reaction
The relay contact remains unchanged in its current
position. If time functions (staircase lighting
function, ON delay, OFF delay) are currently active,
these are interrupted.
– Pressed
The relay is closed with a make contact and opened
with a break contact. Current time functions are
deactivated.
– Released
The relay is opened with a make contact, and closed
with a break contact. Current time functions are
deactivated.
● Behaviour on bus voltage recovery
The relay can adopt a parameterised state after bus
voltage recovery.
The RUN LED is lit, thus indicating that bus voltage is
present again.
Thirty seconds after bus voltage is once again present
and stable, the device starts transmitting the activated
messages of all the channels in succession.
Activate behaviour after bus voltage recovery
If you want to activate the behaviour after bus voltage
recovery for an output channel, you must select a
"Relay state after bus voltage recovery" for every
channel. You can set the behaviour to "no reaction",
"pressed" or "released or "as before bus voltage
failure".
Parameter
Channel X: Failure
Parameter
Setting
Relay state after bus voltage
recovery
No reaction
Pressed
Released
As for bus voltage failure
Status feedback behaviour after
bus voltage recovery
No reaction
Sends curr. status
Possible settings:
– No reaction
The relay contact remains unchanged in its current
position.
– Pressed
The relay is closed with a make contact and opened
with a break contact.
– Released
With a make contact, the relay is opened, and with
a break contact, it is closed.
– As for bus voltage failure
In the "as for bus voltage failure" parameter, the
relay adopts the state which was saved in the
device at the time of bus voltage failure. Any manual
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operations that occur in the meantime are
overwritten.
Status feedback behaviour after bus voltage
recovery
You can set the behaviour of status response objects
after bus voltage recovery as follows:
– No reaction
No status response is sent.
– Sends actual status
The actual state of the output channels is sent to the
bus after the set transmission delay time elapses.
However, only those messages you have defined as
"active status response object" are transmitted.
Priority:
The reaction to the behaviour set here when the bus
voltage returns has a lower priority. If a higher-level
function is activated for the switching channel directly
after the bus voltage returns, the following settings
apply for these functions.
| Short switching times may be not
Important:
parameterised under load (see the technical
data for the switch output).
| Relay states that are caused by functions with a
Important:
higher priority (higher priority function) take
precedence over the behaviour after bus voltage
recovery.
Example: OR logic operation with
parameterised value of the logic object after bus
voltage recovery = 1 takes priority and switches
the output.
● Behaviour after ETS download
Before the first download after commissioning, all
relays are switched off (default setting).
The relay can adopt a parameterised state after the
ETS download.
If an internal error or a defective download results in a
status in which the application is no longer operational,
the device does not react. The output relays remain in
their last position. The RUN-LED does not light up.
Activate the behaviour after ETS download
If you want to activate the behaviour after ETS
download for an output channel, you must select a
"Relay state after download" for every channel. You can
set the download behaviour of the output channels to
"no reaction", "pressed", "released" or "as before
download".
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Parameter
Safety function
Channel X: Failure
Parameter
Setting
Relay status after download
No reaction
Pressed
Released
As before download
Possible settings:
– No reaction
After a download, the relays remain in their current
status. This does not result in the relays being
switched. Any manual operation that occurs in the
meantime is not overwritten.
This function is conceived for the reconfiguration of
switch actuators in occupied buildings so that the
outputs do not switch in the event of a download.
The device does not know the status of the channel
at this point and therefore no status signal can take
place. The status is only available following a
switching action of the channel.
– Pressed
The relay is closed with a make contact and opened
with a break contact.
– Released
The relay is opened with a make contact, and closed
with a break contact.
– As before download
The relays retain the behaviour that was set before
the download. Any manual operation that occurs in
the meantime is overwritten. If a higher-level
function (logic operation, priority control or lock) is
active, the behaviour is executed which you have
specified for these functions.
| Relay states that are caused by functions with a
Important:
higher priority (higher priority function), take
precedence over the behaviour after ETS
download.
Example: OR logic operation with
parameterised value of the logic object after bus
voltage recovery = 1 takes priority and switches
the output.
The safety function is a 1 bit communication object
with high priority. This means that the object has
priority over the following communication objects:
– Logic object A (logic function)
– Value objects B and C (extended logic function)
– Scene object
– Switch object
– Staircase lighting object
– Central object
| The safety object is a "general object" and is
Note:
visible only as an object in the ETS software. In
individual channels, the safety object must be
enabled again.
The safety object is enabled in the "general
parameters". In the relevant switch channel, the safety
object must be enabled or disabled again.
Parameter
General
Parameter
Setting
Safety function
Disabled
Safety at "1"
Safety at "0"
– Safety at "1": The communication object switches
the safety function on at logical "1" and switches it
off at logical "0".
– Safety at "0": The communication object switches
the safety function on at logical "0" and switches it
off at logical "1".
Channel X switching
Parameter
Setting
Safety function
Enabled
Disabled
● Channel X safety function
The following selection can be made in the ETS
software in the relevant channel of the safety function:
Parameter
Channel X: Safety function
Parameter
Setting
Behaviour at safety state
No reaction
Pressed
Released
Blinking, 1 s frequency
Behaviour at end of safety state
Follows the currently valid
status
Pressed
Released
No reaction
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Manual mode
Channel X: Safety function
Parameter
Setting
Behaviour at exceeding cycle time No reaction
Pressed
Released
Blinking, 1 s frequency
Behaviour at the beginning and end of safety and
when the cycle is exceeded
– Relay activation can be parameterised at the
beginning and end of safety as well as when the
cycle is exceeded.
| How the relay switches (break contact or make
Channel buttons for the mechanical actuation of every
channel are provided on the front side of the device.
The manual buttons switch the relay directly and
mechanically.
½
Note:
contact) depends on the operation mode.
Communication objects
The following communication objects can be selected:
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Safety
function
Safety object general
1 bit
Low
CW
Receive
Caution!
Loads could be damaged. Higher-level safety
functions do not work (priority operation, etc.)
when loads are operated using the channel
buttons. To prevent damage, you should
therefore be very careful when operating
manually.
After applying the mains voltage, you can also control
the connected loads without a bus connection via the
channel buttons. The current switching state can be
read at the switch position.
● Automatic cancellingof manual mode
This switching actuator follows the manual buttons in
accordance with the switching states specified by the
device and always checks whether the relay
corresponds to the bus switching state.
If not, the device interprets this as manual mode.
If manual mode has been carried out, the channel
remains in its new state until a new telegram comes
via the bus (e.g. switch object, staircase lighting
object, etc.), or the channel has been parameterised to
reset after a specified time or has been parameterised
to reset via object.
Manual operation can be reset via the "Reset manual
operation" object. The relay again follows the bus
switch commands.
You can also parameterise a time after which the relay
again follows the bus switch commands, thus when
manual operation is also automatically reset to the
current object value.
½
Risk of fatal injury! Persons could be injured
and loads could be damaged.
When parameterising "Reset manipulation" in
the ETS, the relay could switch unintentionally
and provide current to the output after a manual
operation.
Take special care when parameterising "Reset
manipulation" to prevent injuries and damage.
Put up the following warning note at the
appropriate channels on the switching actuator
as well as the connected devices:
Caution!
This current connection can switch
automatically even when the switching actuator
is in manual operation.
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Parameter
Function
Object name
General
Status
response
Status response 4 byte Low
manual
operation
channel
Parameter
Setting
Autom. reset of manual operation to actual object value
Time until reset
0 - 65535
1s*factor (0-65535, 0=not reset)
Status response manual
operation
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
CRT
Transmit
Current detection
Disabled
At manual mode (A)
At failed autom. reset (B)
At (A) OR (B)
Channel X:
Parameter
Setting
Reset manipulation
Disabled
After time
If Reset manual operation object
=1
Status response manual operation
The actuator has hall sensors which can detect and
analyse the load current of each switch channel. These
analyses can be used for additional operations and
functions.
Currents higher than 100 mA and a minimum duration
of approx 200 ms (duration of the measuring cycle at
50 Hz; approx 120 ms at 45 Hz) are detected. These
values are derived from the internal filters and error
corrections (temperature compensation, etc.).
For channels for which current measurement has been
parameterised, the current is measured in succession.
| or alternating currents with overlapping direct
Non-sinusoidal currents (e.g. phase-controlled)
The "Status response manual operation" object can be
used to transmit the manual mode status (of all
channels with a 4 byte object). You can parameterise
the time for transmitting the status:
– Disabled. No status response for manual operation.
– For manual mode. As soon as a channel button is
actuated.
– For failed autom. reset. If the automatic reset has
not been executed correctly (e.g. if the channel
button has been mechanically blocked).
– For manual operation or if the automatic reset has
not been executed correctly.
| telegrams in a short time) the status feedback of
Note that when the bus load is high (many
the manual mode can be delayed or even
impossible.
current shares (e.g. using current converters)
lead to measuring errors and can thus also lead
to malfunctions if current analysis continues to
be used.
Current detection areas of application
– Alternating currents or direct currents (can be
selected per channel via parameters)
– Detection range: 0.1 A to 16 A
– Frequency range AC: 50 Hz/60 Hz (sinusoidal).
– Min duration of the load current for correct
detection: 200 ms
– Max error in the current value detection: 8%
– Max error in the internal filters: 100 mA
| every channel. Every channel for which the
A measuring cycle always lasts 200 ms for
Reset manipulation
Use the "Automatic reset of manual operation to actual
object value" parameter to set the time at which a
manual mode should be automatically reset by the
device for every channel separately:
– Disabled. No automatic manual operation reset.
– After time. The manual operation is reset after the
time set in the "Time until reset" parameter in the
"General" parameter tab (after the channel button is
pressed).
– If the Reset manual operation object=1. As soon as
value "1" is received via the "Reset manual
operation=1" object.
Communication objects
The following communication objects are available:
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Reset
Reset manual
operation
1 bit
Low
CW
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Receive
current measurement has been parameterised
is measured in succession.
Detection/measurement of direct current
Channels for detecting and analysing direct currents
are calibrated during the initial measurements. The
measurements are within the specified error limits
only after the channels have been operated with
maximum load for a longer period (switch on and
switch off again).
| direct current can lead to an error of up to 1.5 A.
Measurements of a non-calibrated channel with
To obtain reliable measurements immediately after
installation, you can load all channels with the
maximum possible current for approx 2.5 hours after
connection (e.g. by switching on all downstream
loads):
– Load all channels with the maximum expected load.
– Switch off the load only after approx 2.5 hours.
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– Cool down the switch actuator for at least 2 hours
(without actuating the relay).
| exceeded.
The allowed connected loads may not be
The following table contains the probable increase in
temperature of the switch actuator (or the relay),
depending on the load current for all channels.
Current detection
Parameter
Setting
Transmitting the current value
Not (read only)
At changes
Cyclic
Cyclic and at changes
At change of
10%....20%....50%
Base cyclical interval
0.1 s to 1.0 s
Cyclical interval factor
2 to 10 to 65535
Load current (all channels)
Temperature increase
4A
1.4 °C
8A
6.0 °C
Send current value on change
12A
12.0 °C
16A
22.0 °C
The current value change can be analysed only within
the current detection application range.
For channels for which current measurement has been
parameterised, the current value is measured for the
respective duration of a measuring cycle in
succession.
This means the intervals between measurements
used for determining the change increases when the
number of measured channels increases. This must
be taken into account when parameterising the
change value.
Error analysis
| errors) must be taken into account when
The probable errors (current value detection
continuing to use the current value. In principle,
both errors are added.
Example:
A detected current value of 400 mA can actually
be within the range of 268 mA to 532 mA due
to the natural error.
This is derived from 8% of 400 mA = 32 mA
and 100 mA filter error. The inaccuracy is thus
plus/minus 132 mA, i.e. 400 mA minus 132 mA
and 400 mA plus 132 mA.
The error values are important for further processing
of the detected current value.
Example:
1,08 A
1,04 A
1,00 A
| different (direct current/alternating current/
If the currents flowing through the channels are
different frequencies), the error correction no
longer functions reliably. The measured values
can fluctuate and are inaccurate.
● Setting the current type
A current type must be set for every channel for
correct current detection and analysis.
400
600
800
1000 1200 t/ms
400
600
800
1000 1200 t/ms
A
1,08 A
1,04 A
1,00 A
200
B
Current detection
Parameter
Setting
Current type
Alternating current
Direct current
|
200
For direct current, 12-24 V +10% is permissible.
● Transmitting the current value
The current value can be sent to the bus via the
"Current value" object.
Current detection
Parameter
Setting
Object current value
1 byte (base = 100 mA)
2 byte fixed decimal (base =
1mA)
A load at a channel of a 12-gang switch actuator has a
linear increase in the current as shown in the image
(change of 0.2 A/200 ms). You parameterised that
when the value is exceeded by 5%, a telegram is sent.
In the first case, the current is measured for two
channels only. For current measurement for
two channels, the measuring cycle takes 400 ms
(2x200 ms; A) for one channel. After 400 ms, the
current has increased from 1.0 A to 1.04 A, i.e. by 4%.
No telegram is sent.
In the second case, the current is measured for four
channels. The measuring cycle now takes 800 ms
(4x200 ms; B) per channel. After 800 ms, the current
increases from 1.0 A to 1.08 A, i.e. by 8%. Now, a
telegram is sent.
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Sending current value cyclically
You can define a time interval for sending the current
value.
The measuring cycle is always 200 ms per channel.
The channels for which current measurement has
been parameterised are always measured in
succession. The measurements of the channel are
saved (max 16 measurements) and used to calculate
an average value until the value is actually sent (cyclic
interval). This means, the longer the cyclic interval, the
more accurate the value sent. The more
measurements recorded, the effect of short-term
current fluctuations and natural measuring errors
decreases.
Also adjust the cyclic interval to the number of
channels for which current measurement has been
parameterised. The lower the number of measured
channels, the higher the number of measurements
that are recorded and analysed for every channel per
cyclic interval.
You can also set a hysteresis (in mA) for every limit
value in order to prevent undesired reactions when
current values are around the limit value.
| telegram is sent at 900 if the limit value is 1000
The value for the hysteresis is symmetrical. A
and the hysteresis value is 100.
Furthermore, you can also delay analysis after closing
the relay in order to hide any short-term current spikes.
Current detection
Parameter
Setting
Analysis
No
With 1 limit value
With two limit values
Limit valueX
Limit valueX
1mA * factor
200 to 1000 to 65535
Hysteresis,
1mA * factor
100 to 200 to 8000
Delay of analysis
100ms * factor
0 to 5 to 255
Reaction if exceeded
None
Device/Object status current limit Released/None
valueX
None/"0"
Communication objects
The following communication objects can be selected:
Per channel:
None/"1"
Released/"0"
Released/"1"
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Current
detection
Current value
1 byte, Low
2 byte
FK,
2 byte
GK
Flags Behaviour
CTR
Transmit
Reaction if undercut
None
Device/Object status current limit Released/None
valueX
None/"0"
None/"1"
Released/"0"
Released/"1"
For 1 byte telegrams, the base is 100 mA,
For 2 byte telegrams, 1 mA.
Communication objects
● Analysis of current values
The current value for every channel can be analysed
internally by the device. You can define up to two limit
values (current values) to compare the latest
respective current value to. You can also parameterise
a reaction if the limits are exceeded and/or fallen short
of.
As a reaction, you can also parameterise that a value is
sent via the "Status value X" objects.
| channel and an average value is calculated from
16 measurements are carried out for every
them for limit value comparison. This value is
compared to the limit value.
The higher the number of channels
parameterised for current measurement, the
longer it takes to carry out 16 measurements
(200 ms) for every channel and compare the
limit values. If there are twelve channels, it can
take up to 38,4 s.
| exceeded.../Reaction if undercut..." parameters
Selecting "None" for the "Reaction if
The following communication objects can be selected:
Per channel:
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Current
detection
Status current
limit value1
1 bit
Low
CTR
Transmit
Current
detection
Status current
limit value2
1 bit
Low
CTR
Transmit
● Energy consumption calculation
In addition to current values, the energy consumption
can also be sent as a value (via the "Energy
consumption" object).
You can send the calculated energy consumption
either in 1 kWh steps, or cyclically or in both ways.
Furthermore you can parameterise a limit, where a 1bit telegram will be send if the limit is reached. If the
limit is reached the energy consumption will be
resetet to 0 (for that the limit can be reaced again). So
you can use this parameter also to prevent an
„overflow“ of the energy consumption value.
is practical if the exceeding/undercut is used
only for the counter.
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| object Energy limit value reached and of course
|
At limit 0 no telegram will be send over the
Counter
there is no reset of the energy consumption
value. The energy consumption value will be
calculated up to the possible maximum of the
telegram type.
You can count and analyse the switching of the relay,
the number of times the limit value was exceeded and
the operating hours.
Up to 32 measurements are carried out per
channel and used to calculate an average value
for calculating the energy consumption. The
accuracy of the current measurement increases
with the number of measurements.
Inductive and capacitive loads increase the
inaccuracy of the measurements.
Current detection
Counter
Parameter
Setting
Counter
None
Switch counter
Operating hours counter
Switch and operating hours
counter
Combined counter (= 1 value)
Object switch counter
Parameter
Setting
Voltage for calculation
1V * factor
12 to 230 to 253
Transmitting consumption
Not (read only)
2 byte fixed decimal
Switch counter condition
All 1 kWh
Switch counter limit
0 to 65536
Cyclic
Object operating hours counter
4 byte fixed decimal
Base cyclical interval
1 min to 1h
Cyclical interval factor
1 to 255
Limit (at limit reset consumption 0...65535
to 0) 1kWh * Faktor (0-65535)
Wh
Ws (J)
For calculating the energy consumption, you must
know the voltage of the connected circuit and must
enter it via the relevant parameter. The time is
internally recorded. The energy consumption is then
calculated using these values.
|
if relay is closed
if (current value) limit is
exceeded
Cyclic and all 1 kWh
Format energy consumption
4 byte fixed decimal
Energy consumption is a calculated value. The
values are thus comparison values only.
| Ws(J). 4 byte without a sign is used for Wh and
Energy consumption can be sent in Wh or
4 byte with a floating point object is used for
Ws(Y).
2 byte fixed decimal
Operating hours counter
condition
if relay is closed
Operating hours counter limit
0 to 65536
Combined counter limit
(combined
counter=x*switching+y*hours)
0 to 999999
Factor x
0 to 255
Factor y
0 to 255
if (current value) limit 1 is
exceeded
Switch counter condition/operating hours if
(current) limit value is exceeded
The number of times the current limit values
(parameter "Limit value1" in the Current detection tab)
have been exceeded/fallen below is counted. The
counting depends on the conditions that have been
parameterised in the "Current detection" tab.
Current detection
Parameter
Setting
Analysis
None
Communication objects
With 1 limit value
The following communication objects can be selected:
Per channel:
Function
Object name
Type
Current
detection
Energy usage
4 byte Low
Prio
CTW( Transmit
R)
Current
detection
Energy limit
value reached
1 bit
CTW( Transmit
R)
Low
Flags Behaviour
With two limit values
Limit valueX
Limit valueX
1mA * factor
0.2 to 1.0 to 1.2
Hysteresis
5% to 20% to 50%
Delay of analysis
100ms * factor
0 to 5 to 255
Reaction at exceeding
Device/Object status current
value limitX
None
Not acutated/none
Actuated/none
None/"0"
None/"1"
Not actuated/"0"
Actuated/"0"
Not actuated/"1"
Actuated/"1"
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Logic functions
Current detection
Parameter
Setting
Reaction for falling below
Device/Object status current
value limitX
None
Not acutated/none
Actuated/none
None/"0"
None/"1"
Not actuated/"0"
Actuated/"0"
Not actuated/"1"
Actuated/"1"
Switch counter limit value
If this value is exceeded, a telegram is send via the
"Switch counter limit reached" object. When the value
is reached, the counter is reset to zero.
Combined counter
In addition to the switch and operating hours counter,
you can calculate a combined value and even define a
limit value for this. The combined value is calculated
according to the following formula:
Factor x * switch counter + factor y * operating hours
counter.
A weighting can be defined using both these factors.
The combined value is particularly applicable for
devices whose service life depends on the operating
time as well as the initial frequency.
The values of the combined counter and the limit value
excess is transmitted via the "Operating hours counter"
and "Operating hours counter reached" objects.
Two logic functions respectively are available for every
switching channel:
– Logic operation
or
– Extended logic operation
The logic operation always activates the relay in the
switch actuator. What this means: a logic operation for
channel "1" activates the relay of the switching channel
"1".
The extended logic operation can activate the
corresponding relay of the switch actuator or can be
used independently.
You can evaluate, process and write values on the KNX
bus within your building function with the help of logic
gates and input objects.
Example: You can connect two wind values (2 bytes
each) from different house facades. The result of the
AND logic operation is forwarded to the KNX bus and
the roller shutters of the building are moved using the
logic operation result.
The following parameter setting shows how to select
the logic function.
Parameter
Switching channel X
Parameter
Setting
Logic function
Disabled
Logic operation
| has greater values. Therefore, 4 byte fixed
Due to the calculation, the combined counter
decimal should be parameterised as object
type.
Communication objects
The following communication objects can be selected:
Per channel:
Function
Object name
Type
Counter
Switching
counter
4 byte, Low
2 byte
CW
Transmit
Counter
Switch counter
limit reached
1 bit
Low
CW
Transmit
Counter
Operating hours 4 byte, Low
counter
2 byte
CW
Transmit
Counter
Operating hours 1 bit
counter limit
reached
CW
Transmit
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Prio
Low
Flags Behaviour
Extended logic operation
● Logic operation
You can implement simple logic gates using the logic
operation. For every channel, the following objects are
available as input objects:
– Switch object channel X
– Staircase lighting object channel X
– Logic object A channel X
The output of the logic function can be processed only
internally in the switch actuator. This means that the
logic operation result is forwarded to the relay of the
respective channel and not sent to the bus. The
"Switch object" and "Staircase lighting object" input
objects are always connected with an OR gate for the
base logic function. The output of this OR gate is sent
to a freely parameterisable gate: AND, OR, XOR. The
following figures show the selection procedure of the
logic operation.
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Parameter
Note:
Logic operation: channel X
Parameter
Setting
Type of logic operation
OR
operation result) does not necessarily switch
the relay directly. Other parameters such as
central function, priority selection, etc. are also
decisive for the switching state of the relay. For
more details, refer to the overview plan.
AND
XOR
Communication objects
Logic operation type: OR
Switch object
Channel X
Staircase lighting object
Channel X
The following communication objects can be selected:
Per channel:
OR
OR
Logic object A
Channel X
Relay
INV
Logic operation type: AND
Switch object
Channel X
Staircase lighting object
Channel X
Logic object A
Channel X
Logic object A
Channel X
OR
AND
Relay
X OR
Relay
INV
OR
INV
Parameter
Base logic function channel X
Parameter
Setting
Logic object A
Not inverted
Inverted
Value of logic object A after bus
voltage recovery and download
0
1
Logic object A can be connected "Inverted" or "Not
inverted". The value of logic object A can be
parameterised after download.
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Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Logic
operation
Logic object A
channel X
1 bit
Low
CW
Transmit
Logic
operation
Switch object
channel X
1 bit
Low
CW
Transmit
Logic
operation
Staircase timer
object fixed
channel X
1 bit
Low
CW
Transmit
Logic
operation
Staircase timer
object variable
channel X
2 byte Low
CW
Transmit
● Extended logic operation
Logic operation type: XOR
Switch object
Channel X
Staircase lighting object
Channel X
Function
More complex logic operations can be realised with
the help of the "Extended logic operation". For every
channel, the following objects are available as input
objects:
– Logic object A channel X
– Value object B channel X
– Value object C channel X
– Switch object channel X
– Staircase lighting object channel X
The value objects B and C are special. Here, even
different byte values can be processed or compared
with each other instead of 1-bit values. A filter
connection and a gate function can also be integrated
into the "Extended logic operation". The following
gates can be selected as function modules: AND, OR,
XOR.
The output of the "Extended logic operation" can be
processed internally in the switch actuator in different
ways:
– The logic operation result is sent to the relay of the
corresponding channel.
– The logic operation result is sent to the bus as a
telegram.
– The logic operation result is sent internally to
another logic function. The output of this second
logic function is sent to the relay of the
corresponding channel.
– The logic operation result is sent internally to
another logic function. The output of this second
logic function is sent internally to the bus as a
telegram.
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| The result of the extended logic function can be
Note:
sent internally to the KNX bus. If this function is
used, the switch object and the staircase
lighting object cannot be used simultaneously
to switch the relay of the corresponding
channel.
Structure of the "Extended logic operation"
The "Extended logic operation" has been divided in
two parts:
– Logic 1
– Logic 2
Every part of the logic function comprises
five sections:
– Input processing
– Logic function
– Gate function
– Filter connection
– Output processing
The individual sections have been set up like a series
connection. Every section must be parameterised in
the ETS software, so that the output signal can be
used. The signal flow of the telegram is read from top
to bottom. For more details, refer to the overview plan.
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Overview plan of the "Extended logic operation"
as a block diagram (logic 1)
Value object B (bit)
Value object C (bit)
Value object C (byte)
Value object B (byte)
Logic object A
C limit
Staircase lighting object
Hys. /
limit
Hys. /
limit
Switch object
n.c.
n.c.
n.c.
Input 1
INV
INV
Input 2
Input 3
Log. operation
INV
INV
Input processing
OR
Function selection:
AND, OR, X OR
Gate function
Selection
Door switching
A, A, B, B, C, C
1->1 / 0->0
1->1 / 0-> -
Filter switching
1-> - / 0->0
1->0 / 0->1
1->0 / 0-> 1-> - / 0->1
INV
T
> KNX
>
Logic 2
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Output processing
> Relay
INV
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"Input processing" (logic 1)
Extended logic operation
The input variables that affect logic 1 and the values of
these objects are determined in the "input processing"
section. The format for the B and C input objects can
be selected (1 bit, 1 byte, etc.). For formats greater
than
1 bit, comparison values can also be used as
parameters.
Parameter
"Logic object A channel X, switch object channel
X, Staircase lighting object channel X" (logic 1/
input 1)
Setting
2-byte fixed point with sign
2-byte floating decimal point
4-byte fixed point without sign
Logic object B with (visible only if 1 limit value
logic object B > 1 bit)
2 limit values
Hysteresis value object B
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
1) (visible only if logic object B > 1
bit)
Parameter
Hysteresis value object B
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
2) (visible only if logic object B > 1
bit)
Extended logic operation
Value of limit value comparison B 0
after bus recovery and download
Parameter
Value of logic object A after bus
voltage recovery and download
1
Setting
0
1
Limit value comparison B = 1 if
logic object (visible only if logic
object B > 1 bit)
> Limit value 1 (limit value
exceeded)
< Limit value 1 (limit value
shortfall)
The value of logic object A can be parameterised after
bus recovery and download.
> Limit value 2 OR < limit value
1 (exceed/fall short of range)
> Limit value 1 AND <limit value
2 (range maintained)
Parameter
Limit value comparison B limit
value 1
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Logic function 1 input 1
Not used
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
Switch/staircase timer object
Switch/staircase timer object
inverted
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
Logic object A
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Logic object A inverted
The "Logic object A channel X" and the "Switch object
channel X" each have a value of 1 bit. The "Staircase
lighting object channel X" has a value of 1 bit in case of
a "fixed" staircase timer and of 2 bytes in case of a
"variable" staircase timer. The switch object and the
Staircase lighting object are always connected with an
OR gate. The following options can be selected in the
ETS software:
Parameter: Logic 1/Input 1
– Logic object A channel X not inverted
– Logic object A channel X inverted
– Staircase lighting object OR switch object not
inverted
– Staircase lighting object OR switch object inverted
– Input 1 not used
"Logic object B" (logic 1/input 2)
Parameter
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Logic object B and limit values
1 bit
1 byte
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
Limit value comparison B limit
value 2
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Logic function 1 input 2
Not used
Logic object B/limit value
comparison B
Logic object B/limit value
comparison B inverted
The value of the "Logic object B channel X" can be 1 bit
or higher. You have the following options in the ETS
software:
Parameter: Logic 1/Input 2
– 1 bit
– 1 byte
– 2-byte fixed point without sign
– 2-byte fixed point with sign
– 2-byte floating decimal point
– 4-byte fixed point without sign
2-byte fixed point without sign
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When 1 bit is selected, only the logical values "0" or "1"
are processed for the input.
If byte is selected, other parameters in the ETS
software are displayed. The logic object B can be
compared with one or two limit values. The setting of
the hysteresis in percent refers symmetrically to the
respective limit value. It is also parameterised when
the logic object B is defined as "1". The input value in
bytes is thus again converted into a 1-bit value. The
logical elements can process only binary states.
The "value of limit value comparison B" can be
parameterised by the ETS software after bus recovery
or download.
The following options can be selected in the ETS
software:
Parameter: Logic 1/Input 2
– Logic object B with one or two limit values. (visible
only if a value greater than 1 bit is set)
– Limit value comparison B limit value 1 or limit value
2, can be set depending on the selected data type.
(visible only if a value greater than 1 bit is set)
– Hysteresis (symmetrically around the limit value/s)
in percent. (visible only if a value greater than 1 bit
is set)
– Determination, when the limit value comparison is
defined as logical "1": Limit value comparison B = 1
if logic operation result . . . (visible only if a value
greater than 1 bit is set)
– Value of limit value comparison B after bus recovery
and download: Logical "0" or "1"
– Logic object B/limit value comparison B not inverted
– Logic object B/limit value comparison B inverted
– Input 2 not used
"Logic object C" (logic 1/input 3)
Parameter
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Logic object C, limit values and
object limit value comparison
1 bit
1 byte
2-byte fixed point without sign
2-byte fixed point with sign
2-byte floating decimal point
4-byte fixed point without sign
Logic object C with (visible only if 1 limit value
logic object C > 1 bit)
2 limit values
Object limit value logic
operation C
Hysteresis value object C
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
1) (visible only if logic object C > 1
bit)
Hysteresis value object C
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
2) (visible only if logic object C > 1
bit)
Value of limit value comparison C 0
after bus recovery and download
1
Limit value comparison C = 1 if
logic object (visible only if logic
object C > 1 bit)
> Limit value 1 (limit value
exceeded)
< Limit value 1 (limit value
shortfall)
> Limit value 2 OR < limit value
1 (exceed/fall short of range)
> Limit value 1 AND <limit value
2 (range maintained)
Limit value comparison C limit
value 1
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Limit value comparison C limit
value 2
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Object limit value logic
operation C
Limit value comparison C limit
value 1
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
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Logic object C/limit value
comparison C inverted
– Logic object C with one or two limit values, or
setting: "Object limit value - logic operation C".
(visible only if a value greater than 1 bit is set)
– Limit value comparison C limit value 1 or limit value
2, can be set depending on the selected data type.
(visible only if a value greater than 1 bit is set and if
this is selected with limit values)
– Hysteresis (symmetrically around the limit value/s)
in percent. (visible only if a value greater than 1 bit
is set)
– Determination, when limit value comparison C is
defined as logical "1": Limit value comparison C = 1
if logic operation result . . . (visible only if a value
greater than 1 bit is set)
– Value of limit value comparison C after bus recovery
and download: Logical "0" or "1"
– Logic object C/limit value comparison C not inverted
– Logic object C/limit value comparison C inverted
– Input 3 not used
Gate function (0 = lock 1 =
release)
"Logic operation" (logic 1)
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Value of limit value logic operation Like parameter setting
C after bus voltage recovery
As before bus voltage failure
Value of limit value logic operation 0-255 for the 1 byte setting
C after bus voltage recovery
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Logic function 1 input 3
Not used
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C inverted
The value of the "Logic object C channel X" can be 1 bit
or higher. You have the following options in the ETS
software:
Parameter: Logic 1/Input 3
– 1 bit
– 1 byte
– 2-byte fixed point without sign
– 2-byte fixed point with sign
– 2-byte floating decimal point
– 4-byte fixed point without sign
When 1 bit is selected, only the logical values "0" or "1"
are processed for the input.
If byte is selected, other parameters in the ETS
software are displayed. The logic object C can be
compared with one or two limit values. In addition to
the logic object B, another object can be
parameterised for the logic object C instead of the two
limit values. This object now forms the limit value. This
limit value is determined through the KNX bus using a
separate object. The setting of the hysteresis in
percent refers symmetrically to the respective limit
value. It is also parameterised when the logic object C
is defined as "1". The input value in bytes is thus again
converted into a 1-bit value. The logical elements can
process only binary states.
The "value of limit value comparison C" can be
parameterised by the ETS software after bus recovery
or download.
The method of linking inputs 1 to 3 logically is
determined in the "Logic operation" section. The
following options can be selected in the ETS software:
Parameter
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Logic function 1
OR
AND
XOR
Parameters: Logic 1/Logic function 1
– OR (gate)
– AND (gate)
– XOR (gate)
The following options can be selected in the ETS
software:
Parameter: Logic function 1 input 3
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"Gate function" (logic 1)
"Filter connection" (logic 1)
The gate function affects the further signal flow of the
output of the logic operation. The logic operation result
can be forwarded or is sent through a gate. This gate
is enabled or disabled by the logic values A, A inverted,
B, B inverted, C and C inverted. The logic values deal
with the processed input objects as described in the
"Input processing for logic 1" chapter.
Example: Logic objects A, B and C switch the inputs 1
to 3 respectively. An OR gate is selected as a logical
operation. The gate connection is enabled by the logic
object A.
Result: A or B or C must be logical "1", so that the logic
operation result becomes logical "1". Moreover, the
logic object A must always be logical "1", so that the
gate function enables the signal.
The filter connection influences the binary states in
the signal flow. Telegrams with the logical "0" or "1" can
be forwarded without check or inverted. There is
another way of filtering certain telegrams.
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Gate function 1 control input
Not used (gate open)
Logic object A
Logic object A inverted
Logic object B/limit value
comparison B
Logic object B inverted/limit
value comparison B inverted
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C
Logic object C inverted/limit
value comparison C inverted
Gate function inverted (1 =
lock 0 = release)
Gate function (0 = lock 1 =
release)
The following options can be selected in the ETS
software:
Parameter: Logic 1/gate function 1 control input
– Not used (gate open, signals are forwarded)
– Logic object A not inverted
– Logic object A inverted
– Logic object B not inverted / limit value comparison
B not inverted
– Logic object B inverted/limit value comparison B
inverted
– Logic object C not inverted/limit value comparison C
not inverted
– Logic object C inverted/limit value comparison C
inverted
The following can be parameterised in addition to the
selected control input:
Parameter: Gate function 1
– Gate function inverted (1 = lock , 0 = release)
– Gate function not inverted (0 = lock, 1 = release)
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Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Filter 1
Filter 1
1 -> 1 / 0 -> 0
1 -> 1 / 0 -> 1 -> - / 0 -> 0
1 -> 0 / 0 -> 1
1 -> 0 / 0 -> 1 -> - / 0 -> -
Parameter
Gate function 1
Parameter
The following options can be selected in the ETS
software:
Parameter: Logic 1/Filter 1
– 1->1 / 0->0
– 1->1 / 0-> – 1-> - / 0->0
– 1->0 / 0->1
– 1->0 / 0-> – 1-> - / 0->1
Example 1: Parameterisation 1->1 / 0->0 means, all
incoming telegrams with logical "1" are displayed with
logical "1" at the output of the filter connection. All
incoming telegrams with logical "0" are displayed with
logical "0" at the output of the filter connection.
Example 2: Parameterisation 1->1 / 0-> - means, all
incoming telegrams with logical "1" are displayed with
logical "1" at the output of the filter connection. All
incoming telegrams with logical "0" are filtered out.
This means, a "0" telegram is not forwarded.
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"Output processing" (logic 1)
The following can be selected in the output processing
section:
– Telegram of logic 1 switches the relay of the
corresponding switching channel
– Telegram of logic 1 is sent to the KNX bus
– Telegram of logic 1 is sent to input 1 of logic 2
| Please note that the output of the logic
Note: Output processing for the relay
operation (logic operation result) does not
necessarily switch the relay directly. Other
parameters such as central function, priority
selection, etc. are also decisive for the
switching state of the relay. For more details,
refer to the overview plan.
The following options can be selected in the ETS
software:
Parameter: Logic 1/Output 1
– Controls relay directly
– Controls relay inverted
– Object logic output (telegram is sent to the KNX
bus)
– Object logic output inverted (telegram is sent
inverted to the KNX bus)
– No reaction (direct connection to logic 2)
– A delay time can also be parameterised for logical
"1" and logical "0" telegrams each.
| The time delay can be parameterised only for
Note:
telegrams that are send to the KNX bus.
Switching the relay or sending information to
logic 2 is performed immediately.
| for the KNX bus
Note: Output processing
Please note that the actual telegram is resent to
the bus whenever the input is updated. Cyclical
telegrams are thus retained.
Parameter
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Time 1
Time 1 output
Controls relay directly
Controls relay inverted
Object logic output
Object logic output inverted
No reaction
Common time base
100 ms
1s
1 Min
Factor for delay of 1-telegram
0-65536, 30
Factor for delay of 0-telegram
0-65536, 30
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Overview plan of the "Extended logic operation"
as a block diagram (logic 2)
Output logic 1
Value object B (bit)
Logic object A
Value object C (bit)
Value object B (byte)
Staircase lighting
object
Switching
object
Value object C (byte)
Hys. /
limit
C limit
Hys. /
limit
n.c.
n.c.
Input 1
INV
INV
INV
Input 2
Input 3
Input 4
Log. operation
INV
INV
n.c.
n.c.
Input processing
OR
Function selection:
AND, OR, X OR
Gate function
Selection
Door switching
A, A, B, B, C, C
1->1 / 0->0
Filter switching
1->1 / 0-> 1-> - / 0->0
1->0 / 0->1
1->0 / 0-> 1-> - / 0->1
INV
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T
> KNX
Output processing
INV
> Relay
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"Input processing" (logic 2)
The input variables that affect logic 2 and the values of
these objects are determined in the "input processing"
section. Here it is determined, whether the input has
a 1-bit value or a byte value.
The same communication objects as those for input
processing of logic 1 are available for inputs 2 to 4. In
addition to logic 1, one more input is connected to
logic 2. This input is the output of logic 1, provided that
the output behaviour of logic 1 has been
parameterised: "to logic 2".
– Staircase lighting object OR switch object not
inverted
– Staircase lighting object OR switch object inverted
– Input 1 not used
| The staircase timer variable is a special case.
Note:
This object is a 2-byte object and can also be
used as an input object. The value "0" is
evaluated as a logical "0" and all values greater
than "0" are evaluated as logical "1".
"Logic object output of logic 1" (logic 2/input 1)
"Logic object B" (logic 2/input 3)
The value of the "Logic object output of logic 1" is 1 bit.
The value of the "Logic object B channel X" can be 1 bit
or value of one bit or byte.
Parameter
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Parameter
Setting
Logic function 2 input 1
Not used
Extended logic operation
Time 1 output
Parameter
Setting
Time 1 output inverted
Logic object B and limit values
1 bit
1 byte
2-byte fixed point without sign
The following options can be selected in the ETS
software:
Parameter: Logic 2/Input 1
– Time 1 output not inverted
– Time 1 output inverted
– Input 1 not used
"Logic object A channel X, switch object channel
X, Staircase lighting object channel X" (logic 2/
input 2)
The "Logic object A channel X" and the "Switch object
channel X" each have a value of 1 bit. The "Staircase
lighting object channel X" has a value of 1 bit in case of
a "fixed" staircase timer and of 2 bytes in case of a
"variable" staircase timer. The switch object and the
Staircase lighting object are always connected with an
OR gate.
2-byte fixed point with sign
2-byte floating decimal point
4-byte fixed point without sign
Logic object B with (visible only if 1 limit value
logic object B > 1 bit)
2 limit values
Hysteresis value object B
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
1) (visible only if logic object B > 1
bit)
Hysteresis value object B
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
2) (visible only if logic object B > 1
bit)
Value of limit value comparison B 0
after bus recovery and download
1
Limit value comparison B = 1 if
logic object (visible only if logic
object B > 1 bit)
< Limit value 1 (limit value
shortfall)
> Limit value 2 OR < limit value
1 (exceed/fall short of range)
Parameter
> Limit value 1 AND <limit value
2 (range maintained)
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Logic function 2 input 2
Not used
Switch/staircase timer object
Limit value comparison B limit
value 1
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
Switch/staircase timer object
inverted
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
Logic object A
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
Logic object A inverted
The following options can be selected in the ETS
software:
Parameter: Logic 2/Input 2
– Logic object A channel X not inverted
– Logic object A channel X inverted
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> Limit value 1 (limit value
exceeded)
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Limit value comparison B limit
value 2
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
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"Logic object C" (logic 2/input 4)
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
Logic function 2 input 3
The value of the "Logic object C channel X" can be 1 bit
or byte.
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
Parameter
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Extended logic operation
Not used
Parameter
Setting
Logic object B/limit value
comparison B
Logic object C, limit values and
object limit value comparison
1 bit
1 byte
Logic object B/limit value
comparison B inverted
2-byte fixed point without sign
2-byte fixed point with sign
You have the following options in the ETS software:
Parameter: Logic 2/Input 3
– 1 bit
– 1 byte
– 2-byte fixed point without sign
– 2-byte fixed point with sign
– 2-byte floating decimal point
– 4-byte fixed point without sign
When 1 bit is selected, only the logical values "0" or "1"
are processed for the input.
If byte is selected, other parameters in the ETS
software are displayed. The logic object B can be
compared with one or two limit values. The setting of
the hysteresis in percent refers symmetrically to the
respective limit value. It is also parameterised when
the logic object B is defined as "1". The input value in
bytes is thus again converted into a 1-bit value. The
logical elements can process only binary states.
The "value of limit value comparison B" can be
parameterised by the ETS software after bus recovery
or download.
The following options can be selected in the ETS
software:
Parameter: Logic 2/Input 3
– Logic object B with one or two limit values. (visible
only if a value greater than 1 bit is set)
– Limit value comparison B limit value 1 or limit value
2, can be set depending on the selected data type.
(visible only if a value greater than 1 bit is set)
– Hysteresis (symmetrically around the limit value/s)
in percent. (visible only if a value greater than 1 bit
is set)
– Determination, when the limit value comparison is
defined as logical "1": Limit value comparison B = 1
if logic operation result . . . (visible only if a value
greater than 1 bit is set)
– Value of limit value comparison B after bus recovery
and download: Logical "0" or "1"
– Logic object B/limit value comparison B not inverted
– Logic object B/limit value comparison B inverted
– Input 2 not used
2-byte floating decimal point
4-byte fixed point without sign
Logic object C with (visible only if 1 limit value
logic object C > 1 bit)
2 limit values
Object limit value logic
operation C
Hysteresis value object C
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
1) (visible only if logic object C > 1
bit)
Hysteresis value object C
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
2) (visible only if logic object C > 1
bit)
Value of limit value comparison C 0
after bus recovery and download
1
Limit value comparison C = 1 if
logic object (visible only if logic
object C > 1 bit)
< Limit value 1 (limit value
shortfall)
> Limit value 2 OR < limit value
1 (exceed/fall short of range)
> Limit value 1 AND <limit value
2 (range maintained)
Limit value comparison C limit
value 1
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Limit value comparison C limit
value 2
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Object limit value logic
operation C
Limit value comparison C limit
value 1
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> Limit value 1 (limit value
exceeded)
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
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Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Value of limit value logic operation Like parameter setting
C after bus voltage recovery
As before bus voltage failure
Value of limit value logic operation 0-255 for the 1 byte setting
C after bus voltage recovery
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Logic function 2 input 4
Not used
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C inverted
Gate function (0 = lock 1 =
enable)
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C inverted
software:
Parameter: Logic 2/Input 4
– Logic object C with one or two limit values, or
setting: "Object limit value - logic operation C".
(visible only if a value greater than 1 bit is set)
– Limit value comparison C limit value 1 or limit value
2, can be set depending on the selected data type.
(visible only if a value greater than 1 bit is set and if
this is selected with limit values)
– Hysteresis (symmetrically around the limit value/s)
in percent. (visible only if a value greater than 1 bit
is set)
– Determination, when limit value comparison C is
defined as logical "1": Limit value comparison C = 1
if logic operation result . . . (visible only if a value
greater than 1 bit is set)
– Value of limit value comparison C after bus recovery
and download: Logical "0" or "1"
– Logic object C/limit value comparison C not inverted
– Logic object C/limit value comparison C inverted
– Input 4 not used
"Logic operation" (logic 2)
The method of linking inputs 1 to 4 logically is
determined in the "Logic operation" section.
Parameter
Extended logic operation
The following options can be selected in the ETS
software:
Parameter: Logic 2/Input 4
– 1 bit
– 1 byte
– 2-byte fixed point without sign
– 2-byte fixed point with sign
– 2-byte floating decimal point
– 4-byte fixed point without sign
When 1 bit is selected, only the logical values "0" or "1"
are processed for the input.
If byte is selected, other parameters in the ETS
software are displayed. The logic object C can be
compared with one or two limit values. In addition to
the logic object B, another object can be
parameterised for the logic object C instead of the two
limit values. This object now forms the limit value. This
limit value is determined through the KNX bus using a
separate object. The setting of the hysteresis in
percent refers symmetrically to the respective limit
value. It is also parameterised when the logic object C
is defined as "1". The input value in bytes is thus again
converted into a 1-bit value. The logical elements can
process only binary states.
The "value of limit value comparison C" can be
parameterised by the ETS software after bus recovery
or download.
The following options can be selected in the ETS
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Parameter
Setting
Logic function 2
OR
AND
XOR
The following options can be selected in the ETS
software:
Parameter: Logic 2/Logic function 2
– OR (gate)
– AND (gate)
– XOR (gate)
"Gate function" (logic 2)
The gate function affects the further signal flow of the
output of the logic operation. The logic operation result
can be forwarded or is sent through a gate. This gate
is enabled or disabled by the logic values A, A inverted,
B, B inverted, C and C inverted. The logic values deal
with the same input objects as described in the "Input
processing for logic 1" chapter.
Example: Logic objects A, B and C switch the inputs 1
to 3 respectively. An OR gate is selected as a logical
operation. The gate connection is enabled by the logic
object A.
Result: A or B or C must be logical "1", so that the logic
operation result becomes logical "1". Moreover, the
logic object A must always be logical "1", so that the
gate function enables the signal.
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Parameter
Parameter
Extended logic operation
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Parameter
Gate function 2 control input
Not used (gate open)
Time 2
Switch object A
Time 2 output
Setting
Controls relay directly
Switch object A inverted
Controls relay inverted
Limit value comparison B
Object logic output
Limit value comparison B
inverted
Object logic output inverted
Common time base
100 ms
Limit value comparison C
1s
Limit value comparison C
inverted
Gate function 2
Gate function inverted (1 = lock
0 = release)
Gate function (0 = lock 1 =
release)
The following options can be selected in the ETS
software:
Parameter: Logic 2/gate function 2 control input
– Not used (gate open, signals are forwarded)
– Logic object A not inverted
– Logic object A inverted
– Limit value comparison B not inverted
– Limit value comparison B inverted
– Limit value comparison C not inverted
– Limit value comparison C inverted
The following can be parameterised in addition to the
selected control input:
Parameter: Gate function 1
– Gate function inverted (1 = lock , 0 = release)
– Gate function not inverted (0 = lock, 1 = release)
"Output processing" (logic 2)
The following can be selected in the output processing
section:
– Telegram of logic 2 switches the relay of the
corresponding switching channel
– Telegram of logic 2 is sent to the KNX bus
| Please note that the output of the logic
Note: Output processing for the relay
operation (logic operation result) does not
necessarily switch the relay directly. Other
parameters such as central function, priority
selection, etc. are also decisive for the
switching state of the relay. For more details,
refer to the overview plan.
| for the KNX bus
Note: Output processing
Please note that the actual telegram is resent to
the bus whenever the input is updated. Cyclical
telegrams are thus retained.
1 Min
Factor for delay of 1-telegram
0-65536, 30
Factor for delay of 0-telegram
0-65536, 30
The following options can be selected in the ETS
software:
Parameter: Logic 2/Output 2
– Controls relay directly
– Controls relay inverted
– Object logic output (telegram is sent to the KNX
bus)
– Object logic output inverted (telegram is sent
inverted to the KNX bus)
– A delay time can also be parameterised for logical
"1" and logical "0" telegrams each.
Exemplary application for logic 1 and logic 2
Requirements:
The working hours of the employees of an assembly
shop are from 7:00 hrs to 16:00 hrs. The timer keeps
the lights on during this time. The lights can be
switched on using a push-button if anyone enters the
assembly before 7:00 hrs or after 16:00 hrs. This pushbutton is parameterised such that a "0" signal is sent
after one hour. This means, if lights are switched on
using the push-button beyond the regular working
hours, they remain on for a maximum period of one
hour. The lights are switched off if the external
brightness exceeds 30,000 lux.
Logical elements:
Logic object A
Time switch
Logic 1
Logic 2
OR
Value object B
Push-buttons
AND
Relay
Value object C
2 byte floating point lux value
| You require a KNX movement detector, a KNX
Note:
timer and a lux value sensor in order to
implement the aforementioned exemplary
application.
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The timer sends a "0" signal at 4:00 pm. The timer
sends a "1" signal at 7:00 am. At this time, the external
brightness is normally less than 30,000 lux; the relay
thus switches on the lights. If the external brightness
exceeds 30,000 lux, the AND logic operation is no
longer fulfilled and the relay switches off the lights.
The telegrams of the push-button are relevant in the
time from 4:00 pm to 7:00 am. When pressed, the
push-button sends a "1" signal. If the external
brightness is less than 30,000 lux at this time, the
relay switches on the lights. The relay switches off the
lights if the external brightness increases, or after one
hour.
Parameter settings in the ETS software:
Extended logic operation channel X
– The gate function and the filter connection are not
required for this application.
– The KNX signal of the timer is linked with the logic
object A (1 bit).
– The KNX signal of the push-button is linked with the
value object B (1 bit).
– The aforementioned input objects are
parameterised as an OR gate; this gate forms logic
1.
– Only the logic object A and value object B inputs are
parameterised for logic 1.
– The output of logic 1 is forwarded to logic 2.
– The KNX signal of the weather station (lux value
measurement) is linked with the value object C (2byte floating decimal point).
– Limit value comparison C limit value 1 = 30,000 (lux)
– Limit value comparison C = logical "1" if limit value 1
shortfall (< limit value 1).
– Hysteresis: 10 %
– The value object C and the logical output of logic 1
are parameterised as an AND gate; this gate forms
logic 2.
– The output of logic 2 switches the relay of the
switch actuator.
Communication objects
| The project planning described above refers to
Note:
an exemplary application. The parameters in the
ETS software must suit your system.
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The following communication objects can be selected:
Per channel:
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Extended
logic
operation
Logic object A
channel X
1 bit
Low
CW
Receive
Extended
logic
operation
Switch object
channel X
1 bit
Low
CW
Receive
Extended
logic
operation
Staircase timer
object fixed
channel X
1 bit
Low
CW
Receive
Extended
logic
operation
Staircase timer
object variable
channel X
2 byte Low
CW
Receive
Extended
logic
operation
Value object B
channel X
1 bit
Low
CW
Receive
Extended
logic
operation
Value object C
channel X
1 bit
Low
CW
Receive
Extended
logic
operation
Value object B
channel X
1 byte Low
CW
Receive
Extended
logic
operation
Value object C
channel X
1 byte Low
CW
Receive
Extended
logic
operation
Value object B
channel X
2 byte Low
CW
Receive
Extended
logic
operation
Value object C
channel X
2 byte Low
CW
Receive
Extended
logic
operation
Value object B
channel X
4 byte Low
CW
Receive
Extended
logic
operation
Value object C
channel X
4 byte Low
CW
Receive
Extended
logic
operation
Object limit
value logic
operation C
1 byte Low
CW
Receive
Extended
logic
operation
Object limit
value logic
operation C
2 byte Low
CW
Receive
Extended
logic
operation
Object limit
value logic
operation C
4 byte Low
CW
Receive
Extended
logic
operation
Logic output
1 bit
object channel X
CT
Transmit
Low
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Heating function
The current sensor actuator can be used for switching
functions and as a heating actuator. The heating
actuator activates electro-thermal/magnetic valve
drives of heaters and cooling ceilings. One heating
channel can be parameterised for every switch
channel.
1st Priority: Locking object 1
2nd Priority: Object valve protection
3rd Priority: Locking object 2
4th Priority: All other heating objects
● Channel X heating
Reset of manual operation ( to relay state as before
manual operation)
Parameter
Channel configuration
| is used instead of „manual operation“ during
The word „manipulation“ in some parameters
Parameter
Setting
Device selection
2 channels
4 channels
8 channels
12 channels
Channel X operation mode
–
–
–
–
Switching
Heating
● Summer - Winter - operation
the restricted length of the parameter
woording.
The "Reset manipulation (relay state as before manual
operation)" parameter is relevant only in connection
with the general "Automatic reset of manual operation
to the current object value" parameter.
Parameter
Parameter
General: Automatic reset of
manual operation to the
current object value
General
Parameter
Setting
Parameter
Setting
Time until reset 1 s x factor (065535, 0 = no reset)
0 - 65535
Summer/winter mode
Summer = 1, Winter = 0
Summer = 0, Winter = 1
Channel X heating
– In the "General" tab, you can parameterise the bit
value at which the summer and/or winter mode
should be activated.
– The summer - winter mode parameter is relevant
only for heating/cooling operation.
– Connect the "Summer - Winter - General" object to
a year time switch. You can also switch the summer
- winter mode using a push-button.
● Delay time before the object "All valves are
closed" is sent
Parameter
Setting
Reset manipulation (relay state as Disabled
before manipulation)
After a time
If object Reset manual operation
=1
– Reset manipulation (manual operation):
After a time (the duration is parameterised in the
"General" tab).
– Reset manipulation (manual operation):
If object Reset manual operation = 1 (if the manual
operation object - general is switched with logic "1")
Parameter
Channel-related parameters for heating:
General
Parameter
Setting
Object "All valves are closed"
sends with a delay of ... min.
30.. 60..255
– In the "General" card, parameterise the delay time
before the object "All valves are closed" is sent.
– For this, connect the object "All valves closed General".
The following selection can be made in the ETS
software in the relevant channel of the heating
function:
Parameter
Channel X heating
Parameter
Setting
Control output for heating object 1 byte
● Priorities of communication objects
The communication objects of the heating actuator
have different priorities. The order of priority is fixed
and cannot be modified in the software:
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1 bit
– Select the object type in this parameter:
1 bit or 1 byte.
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– Connect the "Channel X heater on-off" to the
relevant controller.
the cycle time and a "0" is transmitted after three
minutes (= 25% of 12 minutes) have elapsed.
Example:
<
%
Parameter
25 %
Setpoint
Channel X heating
Disabled
Valve status 1 byte
Active status feedback object
3 min
Passive status object
<
Disabled
t/min
<
Setting
Valve status 1 bit
<
Parameter
12 min
Active status feedback object
Status/status response object
Status/status response object
Passive status object
Parameter
At bus and manual operation
change
Channel X heating
At bus change
Parameter
At manual operation change
Valve protection (prio. 2)
Pressed = 1; released= 0
Activate valve protection
Pressed = 0; released = 1
Setting
Cyclic
Never
With telegram
– The 1 bit status object can be parameterised only if
1 bit has been selected as the control output for
heating.
– The 1 bit/1 byte valve status can be disabled or can
be parameterised as an active status feedback
object or a passive status object.
– If the status/status feedback object is active, you
can parameterise the the change that transmits the
object.
– As a default setting, logical value "1" for pressed and
logical value "0" for released is transmitted to the
bus as a status/status feedback object.
This value can be inverted.
Parameter
Channel X heating
Parameter
Setting
Valve type
De-energized closed
Cyclic and with telegram
Cycle time (1 day x factor)
1 - 255, 10
Duration (1 min x factor)
1 - 255, 3
Valve status
No reaction
Active status response object
Passive status response object
– A valve protection can be activated so that the
valves do not gum even if they are not used for a
long time.
– Valve protection - cyclical: Set the cycle time and the
duration of the open valve.
– Valve protection - with telegram: The valve
protection is triggered via a separate object (1 bit)
(start channel X for valve protection).
– A status/status feedback object can be transmitted
as soon as valve protection is triggered.
De-energized opened
Parameter
– Set the correct valve type depending on the
connected valve.
Valve position in case of bus
voltage failure
Channel X heating
Setting
In PWM regulation, the control values calculated by
the controller (e.g. multifunction push-button with
RTR) are converted into pulse-width modulation
(PWM). Within a parameterisable cycle time, the
control actuator is opened ("1") and then closed again
("0") for the calculated percentage duration. For
example, when a control value of 25% has been
calculated and a cycle time of 12 minutes
parameterised, a "1" is transmitted at the beginning of
No reaction
Opened
Setting
PWM cycle time (1 min x factor) 1 - 60, 15
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Parameter
Failure behaviour
Parameter
Parameter
Channel X heating
Closed
Valve position upon bus voltage
recovery
Unchanged
Opened
Closed
– The failure behaviour of the connected valve can be
parameterised for bus voltage failure and bus
voltage recovery.
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Parameter
Communication objects
Channel X heating
The following communication objects can be selected:
Cross-channel:
Parameter
Setting
Locking behaviour
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
General
1 bit
Low
CW
Receive
Lock 1 valve position for summer 0 - 100%, 30
mode in %
Summer Winter operation
General
Low
CW
Receive
0 - 100%, 50
Reset manual
operation
1 bit
Lock 1 valve position for winter
mode in %
General
Low
CRT
Read/send
For object value "1"
All valves are
closed
1 bit
Lock 2 (prio. 3)
Lock 1 (prio. 1)
For object value "1"
For object value "0"
For object value "0"
Lock 2 valve position in summer
mode in %
0 - 100%, 30
Lock 2 valve position in winter
mode in %
0 - 100, 50
– Two locking objects can be activated for every
heating channel.
– The object value (logical "1" or "0") at which the
relevant lock function should be activated can be
parameterised.
– Locking object 1 has a higher priority than locking
object 2.
– A valve position for the summer and winter mode
can be parameterised for each locking behaviour.
Parameter
Per channel:
Function
Object name
Type
Prio
Flags Behaviour
Heating
Heating on/off - 1 bit
channel X
Low
CW
Receive
Heating
Continuous
1 byte Low
heating - channel
X
CW
Receive
Heating
Lock 1 heating - 1 bit
channel X
Low
CW
Receive
Heating
Lock 2 heating - 1 bit
channel X
Low
CW
Receive
Heating
Start valve
protection channel X
1 bit
Low
CW
Receive
Heating
Feedback
heating on/off channel X
1 bit
Low
CR
Read
Heating
Feedback
1 byte Low
continuous
heating - channel
X
CR
Read
Heating
Heating alarm channel X
1 bit
Low
CRT
Read/send
Heating
Valve protection 1 bit
feedback channel X
Low
CT
Transmit
Channel X heating
Parameter
Setting
Cyclical monitoring of the control
output
Send alarm
Disabled
For missing cyclical telegrams
Surveillance time 1 min x factor (0 1-255, 30
= off)
Send emergency mode object
cyclically 1 min x factor (0= no
cyclical sending)
0-255
Valve position at exceeding in
cycle time in the summer mode
0 - 100%, 50
Valve position at exceeding in
cycle time in the winter mode
0 - 100%, 30
– The heating actuator can monitor the cyclical control
output of the controller (e.g. multifunction pushbutton with RTR).
– If cyclical transmission of the control output is
interrupted, an alarm can be sent to the bus either
cyclically or just once via the "Channel X heating
alarm" object.
– The monitoring time of the cyclical control output
can be parameterised to between 1 minute and 255
minutes.
– The valve position for the summer and winter mode
can be parameterised if the cycle of the control
output is exceeded.
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Overview of parameters
● Overview of switching parameters
Channel configuration
Parameter
Setting
Device selection
2 channels
General (if "Delayed/save
changes" is selected)
Parameter
Setting
Delay of central function all
channels
100 ms* factor (0-65535)
0-65535
Time between central functions
per channel
100 ms* factor (0-255)
0-255, 2
4 channels
8 channels
12 channels
Channel X operation mode
Switching
Heating
Channel X: Switching
Parameter
Setting
Relay operation
Make contact
Break contact
Blinking
Channel X: Blinking (if the
"Blinking" relay mode is
selected)
Channel X: Switching
Parameter
Setting
Central function
Disabled
Enabled
Channel X: Central function (if
"Enabled" is selected in the
central function for the
channel)
Parameter
Setting
Overwrite runtime settings on
download
Disabled
Central function
(if "Enabled" is selected for
"Overwrite runtime settings on
download")
No reaction at "0" or "1"
Enabled
Released at "0" or "1"
Pressed at "0" or "1"
Parameter
Setting
Behaviour at pressed/released
Blinking/relay opened
Pressed at "0" / released at "1"
Blinking/relay closed
Released at "0" / pressed at "1"
Relay opened/Blinking
Released at "0" / no reaction at
"1"
Relay closed/Blinking
Basic Blinking interval
Pressed at "0" / no reaction at "1"
1s
1 min
No reaction at "0" / released at
"1"
Blinking interval factor
1-255, 5
Can be set in single steps
No reaction at "0" / pressed at "1"
Ratio of closed/opened
10% / 90%
20% / 80%
Channel X: Switching
30% / 70%
Parameter
Setting
40% / 60%
On-Off delay time
Disabled
Enabled
50% / 50%
60% / 40%
Blinking begins with
70% / 30%
Channel X: On- Off delay time
80% / 20%
Parameter
90% / 10%
ON delay
Relay is closed
Affects
None of the objects
Switch object
Relay is opened
Staircase lighting time object
Defined number of flash impulses 0..100, 20
(0 = permanent Blinking)
Status after running the defined
number of flash impulses
Setting
Scene object
Relay is closed
Switch and staircase lighting
object
Relay is opened
Switch and scene object
Staircase lighting and scene
object
General
Parameter
Setting
Central function
Disabled
Enabled
Switch, staircase lighting and
scene object
ON delay
Not retriggerable
Time base for ON delay
100 ms
Enabled/save changes
Delayed/save changes
Retriggerable
1s
1 min
Factor for on delay time (1-255)
1-255, 3
OFF delay
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Channel X: On- Off delay time
Parameter
Setting
Channel X: Staircase lighting
time (variable)
Affects
None of the objects
Parameter
Setting
Switch object
Staircase lighting time
With anticipated truncation
(0-telegram)
Staircase lighting time object
Scene object
Without early cancellation
Staircase lighting time is
Switch and staircase lighting
object
Retriggerable
Retriggerable and adding
Switch and scene object
Retrigger to the higher value
(only stair. timer variable)
Staircase lighting and scene
object
Switch, staircase lighting and
scene object
OFF delay
Not retriggerable
Max. number of additions
2
(if "Retriggerable and adding"
3
staircase lighting time is selected)
4
Retriggerable
Retriggerable and adding
Max. number of additions
2
(if "Retriggerable and adding" Off 3
delay time is selected)
4
5
Base time for staircase lighting
time variable object
1s
Number of warnings before end
of taircase lighting time
0
5
Time base for OFF delay
1 min
Factor for Off delay time (1-255)
1 min
1
2
100 ms
1s
Not retriggerable
3
Warning starts at a staircase
1-255, 30
lighting rest time of (1 s * factor)
1-255, 120
Channel X: Switching
Channel X: Switching
Parameter
Setting
Parameter
Setting
Scenes
Disabled
Staircase lighting time
Disabled
Enabled
Staircase lighting time fixed
Staircase lighting time variable
Channel X: Staircase lighting
time (fixed)
Parameter
Setting
Staircase lighting time
With anticipated truncation
(0-telegram)
Channel X: Scene
Parameter
Setting
Overwrite scene values in
actuator
on download
Disabled
Time delay for the actuator
channel (base 100 ms)
0-255 (0 = disabled)
Scene 1
Disabled
Without early cancellation
Staircase lighting time is
Not retriggerable
Retriggerable
Retriggerable and adding
Retrigger to the higher value
(only stair. timer variable)
Max. number of additions
2
(if "Retriggerable and adding"
staircase lighting time is selected) 3
4
5
Time base staircase lighting time 1 s
fixed
1 min
Factor staircase lighting time (165535)
1-65535, 3
Number of warnings before end
of staircase lighting time
0
Enabled
Enabled
Scene 1 scene address (0-63) (if 0-63, 0
"Enabled" is selected for scene 1)
Scene 1 switching state
Released
(if "Enabled" is selected for scene Pressed
1)
Scene 2
Disabled
Enabled
Scene 2 scene address (0-63) (if 0-63, 1
"Enabled" is selected for scene 2)
Scene 2 switching state
Released
(if "Enabled" is selected for scene Pressed
2)
Scene 3
Disabled
Enabled
1
2
3
Warning starts at a staircase
1-255, 30
lighting rest time of (1 s * factor)
Scene 3 scene address (0-63) (if 0-63, 2
"Enabled" is selected for scene 3)
Scene 3 switching state
Released
(if "Enabled" is selected for scene Pressed
3)
Scene 4
Disabled
Enabled
Scene 4 scene address (0-63) (if 0-63, 3
"Enabled" is selected for scene 4)
Scene 4 switching state
Released
(if "Enabled" is selected for scene Pressed
4)
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Channel X: Scene
Channel X: Switching
Parameter
Setting
Parameter
Setting
Scene 5
Disabled
Higher priority function
Locking operation
Enabled
Scene 5 scene address (0-63) (if 0-63, 4
"Enabled" is selected for scene 5)
Scene 5 switching state
Released
(if "Enabled" is selected for scene
Pressed
5)
Scene 6
Priority function
Per channel: Set the behaviour of the priority function.
Channel X: Disable
Disabled
Parameter
Setting
Enabled
Behaviour after end of priority
function
Follows currently value
Scene 6 scene address (0-63) (if 0-63, 5
"Enabled" is selected for scene 6)
Scene 6 switching state
Released
(if "Enabled" is selected for scene
Pressed
6)
Scene 7
Pressed
Released
Priority function behaviour after
bus voltage recovery
Disabled
Enabled, released
Disabled
Enabled, pressed
Enabled
As before bus voltage failure
Scene 7 scene address (0-63) (if 0-63, 6
"Enabled" is selected for scene 7)
Scene 7 switching state
Released
(if "Enabled" is selected for scene
Pressed
7)
General
Parameter
Setting
Delay status feedback all
channels, 100 ms * factor (065535)
0-65535
Time between status feedback
per channel, 100 ms * factor (0255)
0,255, 2
Scene 8 scene address (0-63) (if 0-63, 7
"Enabled" is selected for scene 8)
Scene 8 switching state
Released
(if "Enabled" is selected for scene
Pressed
8)
Channel X: Switching
Scene 8
Disabled
Enabled
Per channel: Select the Locking function.
Parameter
Setting
Status/status response
Disabled
Active status response object
Channel X: Switching
Passive status object
Parameter
Setting
Higher priority function
Locking operation
For bus and manual mode
change
Priority function
For bus change
Status/status response object
For manual mode change
Per channel: Set the Lock function.
Value status/status response
object
Pressed = 1, Released = 0
Pressed = 0, Released = 1
Channel X: Disable
Parameter
Setting
Lock function
At object value "0"
At object value "1"
Behaviour at start of Locking
No reaction
General
Parameter
Status response object
Pressed
Released
Behaviour at start of Locking
No reaction
Status object
Collected status/status response At changes by bus and
object
manipulation
Follows currently valid status
At changes by bus
Pressed
Released
Locking behaviour at download
Disabled
(only if a higher priority function is Enabled
inactive
As before bus voltage failure
Behaviour of the locking after bus Disabled
voltage recovery
Enabled
As before bus voltage failure
Setting
Collected status/status response Disabled
At changes by manipulation
Assignment channel status to bit Pressed = 1, Released = 0
value
Pressed = 0, Released = 1
Delay time sending
(1 s * factor; 0-255)
(if "Status response object" is
selected for collected status/
status response)
0-255, 60
Behaviour after bus voltage
recovery
No reaction
Sends current status
Per channel: Select the priority function.
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● Parameterof manual mode
Channel X: Switching
Parameter
Setting
Failure behaviour
Disabled
Enabled
General
Parameter
Setting
Autom. reset of manual operation to actual object value
Time until reset
0 - 65535
1s*factor (0-65535, 0=not reset)
General
Parameter
Setting
Sending delay after bus voltage
recovery in s
0-255, 30
Status response manual
operation
Disabled
At manual mode (A)
At failed autom. reset (B)
At (A) OR (B)
Channel X failure behaviour
Parameter
Setting
Channel X:
Relay state after bus voltage
failure
No reaction
Parameter
Setting
Pressed
Reset manipulation
Disabled
Released
After time
If Reset manual operation object
=1
Channel X failure behaviour
Parameter
Setting
Relay state after bus voltage
recovery
No reaction
Released
As for bus voltage failure
Status response behaviour after
bus voltage recovery
No reaction
Relay status after download
Current detection
Parameter
Setting
Current type
Alternating current
Direct current
Sends curr. status
Current detection
Channel X: General
Parameter
● Parameter of current detection
Pressed
Setting
No reaction
Parameter
Setting
Object current value
1 byte (base = 100 mA)
2 byte fixed decimal (base =
1mA)
Pressed
Released
As before download
2 byte floating point
Transmitting the current value
Not (read only)
At changes
● Parameter of safty function
Cyclic
Cyclic and at changes
General
At change of
10%....20%....50%
Parameter
Setting
Base cyclical interval
0.1 s to 1.0 s
Safety function
Disabled
Cyclical interval factor
2 to 10 to 65535
Safety at "1"
Safety at "0"
Safety function
Enabled
Disabled
Behaviour at safety state
No reaction
Current detection
Parameter
Setting
Analysis
No
With 1 limit value
Pressed
Released
Blinking, 1 s frequency
Behaviour at end of safety state
Follows the currently valid
status
Pressed
Released
No reaction
Behaviour at exceeding cycle time No reaction
Pressed
Released
Blinking, 1 s frequency
With two limit values
Limit valueX
Limit valueX
1mA * factor
200 to 1000 to 65535
Hysteresis,
1mA * factor
100 to 200 to 8000
Delay of analysis
100ms * factor
0 to 5 to 255
Reaction if exceeded
None
Device/Object status current limit
Released/None
valueX
None/"0"
None/"1"
Released/"0"
Released/"1"
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Current detection
Parameter
Logic operation: channel X
Setting
Reaction if undercut
None
Device/Object status current limit Released/None
valueX
None/"0"
Parameter
Setting
Type of logic operation
OR
AND
XOR
None/"1"
Released/"0"
Base logic function channel X
Released/"1"
Parameter
Setting
Logic object A
Not inverted
Current detection
Inverted
Parameter
Setting
Voltage for calculation
1V * factor
12 to 230 to 253
Transmitting consumption
Not (read only)
All 1 kWh
Cyclic
Cyclic and all 1 kWh
Base cyclical interval
1 min to 1h
Cyclical interval factor
1 to 255
Value of logic object A after bus
voltage recovery and download
0
1
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Value of logic object A after bus
voltage recovery and download
0
1
Limit (at limit reset consumption 0...65535
to 0) 1kWh * Faktor (0-65535)
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Format energy consumption
Logic function 1 input 1
Not used
Wh
Ws (J)
Switch/staircase timer object
Switch/staircase timer object
inverted
● Parameter of counter
Logic object A
Logic object A inverted
Counter
Parameter
Setting
Counter
None
Extended logic operation
Switch counter
Parameter
Setting
Operating hours counter
Logic object B and limit values
1 bit
1 byte
Switch and operating hours
counter
2-byte fixed point without sign
Combined counter (= 1 value)
Object switch counter
2-byte fixed point with sign
4 byte fixed decimal
2-byte floating decimal point
2 byte fixed decimal
Switch counter condition
if relay is closed
if (current value) limit is
exceeded
Switch counter limit
0 to 65536
Object operating hours counter
4 byte fixed decimal
2 byte fixed decimal
Operating hours counter
condition
if relay is closed
Operating hours counter limit
0 to 65536
Combined counter limit
(combined
counter=x*switching+y*hours)
0 to 999999
Factor x
0 to 255
Factor y
0 to 255
if (current value) limit 1 is
exceeded
4-byte fixed point without sign
Logic object B with (visible only if 1 limit value
logic object B > 1 bit)
2 limit values
Hysteresis value object B
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
1) (visible only if logic object B > 1
bit)
Hysteresis value object B
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
2) (visible only if logic object B > 1
bit)
Value of limit value comparison B 0
after bus recovery and download
1
Limit value comparison B = 1 if
logic object (visible only if logic
object B > 1 bit)
< Limit value 1 (limit value
shortfall)
● Parameter of logic
> Limit value 2 OR < limit value
1 (exceed/fall short of range)
Switching channel X
Parameter
Setting
Logic function
Disabled
Logic operation
Extended logic operation
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> Limit value 1 (limit value
exceeded)
> Limit value 1 AND <limit value
2 (range maintained)
Limit value comparison B limit
value 1
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
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Extended logic operation
Parameter
Extended logic operation
Setting
Parameter
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
Limit value comparison B limit
value 2
Setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Limit value comparison C limit
value 2
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Logic function 1 input 2
Not used
Logic object B/limit value
comparison B
Object limit value logic
operation C
Limit value comparison C limit
value 1
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
Logic object B/limit value
comparison B inverted
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Logic object C, limit values and
object limit value comparison
1 bit
1 byte
2-byte fixed point without sign
2-byte fixed point with sign
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Value of limit value logic C after
bus recovery
As parameter setting
Value of limit value logic C after
bus recovery
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
2-byte floating decimal point
4-byte fixed point without sign
As before bus voltage failure
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
Logic object C with (visible only if 1 limit value
logic object C > 1 bit)
2 limit values
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
Object limit value logic
operation C
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Hysteresis value object C
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
1) (visible only if logic object C > 1
bit)
Logic function 1 input 3
Not used
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C inverted
Hysteresis value object C
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
2) (visible only if logic object C > 1
bit)
Gate function (0 = lock 1 =
release)
Value of limit value comparison C 0
after bus recovery and download
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C
1
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C inverted
Limit value comparison C = 1 if
logic object (visible only if logic
object C > 1 bit)
> Limit value 1 (limit value
exceeded)
Extended logic operation
< Limit value 1 (limit value
shortfall)
> Limit value 2 OR < limit value
1 (exceed/fall short of range)
Parameter
Setting
Logic function 1
OR
AND
> Limit value 1 AND <limit value
2 (range maintained)
Limit value comparison C limit
value 1
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
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XOR
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Gate function 1 control input
Not used (gate open)
Logic object A
Logic object A inverted
Logic object B/limit value
comparison B
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Parameter
Extended logic operation
Setting
Parameter
Logic object B inverted/limit
value comparison B inverted
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C
4-byte fixed point without sign
Logic object B with (visible only if 1 limit value
logic object B > 1 bit)
Logic object C inverted/limit
value comparison C inverted
Gate function 1
Gate function inverted (1 =
lock 0 = release)
Gate function (0 = lock 1 =
release)
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Filter 1
Filter 1
2 limit values
Hysteresis value object B
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
1) (visible only if logic object B > 1
bit)
Hysteresis value object B
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
2) (visible only if logic object B > 1
bit)
Value of limit value comparison B 0
after bus recovery and download
1
1 -> 1 / 0 -> 0
1 -> 1 / 0 -> 1 -> - / 0 -> 0
Limit value comparison B = 1 if
logic object (visible only if logic
object B > 1 bit)
1 -> 0 / 0 -> 1
> Limit value 2 OR < limit value
1 (exceed/fall short of range)
1 -> - / 0 -> -
> Limit value 1 AND <limit value
2 (range maintained)
Extended logic operation
Setting
Time 1
Time 1 output
Controls relay directly
Limit value comparison B limit
value 1
Object logic output
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
Object logic output inverted
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
No reaction
100 ms
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
1s
1 Min
Factor for delay of 1-telegram
0-65536, 30
Factor for delay of 0-telegram
0-65536, 30
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
Controls relay inverted
Common time base
> Limit value 1 (limit value
exceeded)
< Limit value 1 (limit value
shortfall)
1 -> 0 / 0 -> -
Parameter
Setting
2-byte floating decimal point
Limit value comparison B limit
value 2
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Logic function 2 input 1
Not used
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Time 1 output
Time 1 output inverted
Logic function 2 input 3
Not used
Logic object B/limit value
comparison B
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Logic function 2 input 2
Not used
Switch/staircase timer object
Switch/staircase timer object
inverted
Logic object A
Logic object A inverted
Logic object B/limit value
comparison B inverted
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Logic object C, limit values and
object limit value comparison
1 bit
1 byte
2-byte fixed point without sign
Extended logic operation
2-byte fixed point with sign
Parameter
Setting
Logic object B and limit values
1 bit
1 byte
2-byte fixed point without sign
2-byte fixed point with sign
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2-byte floating decimal point
4-byte fixed point without sign
Logic object C with (visible only if 1 limit value
logic object C > 1 bit)
2 limit values
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Parameter
Extended logic operation
Setting
Parameter
Setting
Object limit value logic
operation C
Logic function 2 input 4
Not used
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C
Hysteresis value object C
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
1) (visible only if logic object C > 1
bit)
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C inverted
Gate function (0 = lock 1 =
release)
Hysteresis value object C
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
2) (visible only if logic object C > 1
bit)
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C
Value of limit value comparison C 0
after bus recovery and download
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C inverted
1
Limit value comparison C = 1 if
logic object (visible only if logic
object C > 1 bit)
> Limit value 1 (limit value
exceeded)
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
< Limit value 1 (limit value
shortfall)
Logic function 2
OR
AND
> Limit value 2 OR < limit value
1 (exceed/fall short of range)
> Limit value 1 AND <limit value
2 (range maintained)
Limit value comparison C limit
value 1
XOR
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Gate function 2 control input
Not used (gate open)
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
Switch object A
Switch object A inverted
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
Limit value comparison B
inverted
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
Limit value comparison C
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Limit value comparison C limit
value 2
Limit value comparison B
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
Limit value comparison C
inverted
Gate function 2
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
Gate function (0 = lock 1 =
release)
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
Extended logic operation
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
Parameter
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Time 2 output
Setting
Time 2
Controls relay directly
Controls relay inverted
Object limit value logic
operation C
Limit value comparison C limit
value 1
Gate function inverted (1 = lock
0 = release)
Object logic output
Object logic output inverted
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
Common time base
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
100 ms
1s
1 Min
Factor for delay of 1-telegram
0-65536, 30
Factor for delay of 0-telegram
0-65536, 30
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Value of limit value logic C after
bus recovery
As parameter setting
Value of limit value logic C after
bus recovery
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
As before bus voltage failure
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
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Extended logic operation
Extended logic operation
Parameter
Setting
Logic object B and limit values
1 bit
Parameter
1 byte
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
2-byte fixed point without sign
2-byte fixed point with sign
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
2-byte floating decimal point
4-byte fixed point without sign
Logic object C, limit values and
object limit value comparison
1 bit
Limit value comparison B limit
value 2
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
2-byte fixed point without sign
2-byte fixed point with sign
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
2-byte floating decimal point
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
4-byte fixed point without sign
2 limit values
Limit value comparison C limit
value 1
2 limit values
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
Object limit value logic
operation C
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
Hysteresis value object B
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
1) (visible only if logic object B > 1
bit)
Hysteresis value object B
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
2) (visible only if logic object B > 1
bit)
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Limit value comparison C limit
value 2
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Hysteresis value object C
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
2) (visible only if logic object C > 1
bit)
Object limit value logic
operation C
Value of limit value comparison B 0
after bus recovery and download
Limit value comparison C limit
value 1
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
1
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
> Limit value 1 (limit value
exceeded)
> Limit value 2 OR < limit value
1 (exceed/fall short of range)
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
Value of limit value logic operation 0-255 for the 1 byte setting
C after bus reset
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
> Limit value 1 AND <limit value
2 (range maintained)
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
> Limit value 1 (limit value
exceeded)
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
floating decimal point setting
0-4294967295 for the 4-byte
fixed point without sign setting
< Limit value 1 (limit value
shortfall)
> Limit value 2 OR < limit value
1 (exceed/fall short of range)
Logic function 1 input 1
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Switch/staircase timer object
inverted
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
Not used
Switch/staircase timer object
> Limit value 1 AND <limit value
2 (range maintained)
Limit value comparison B limit
value 1
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
1
Value of limit value comparison C 0
after bus recovery and download
< Limit value 1 (limit value
shortfall)
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
Hysteresis value object C
0-30%, 10 %
(symmetrically around limit value
1) (visible only if logic object C > 1
bit)
Limit value comparison C = 1 if
logic object (visible only if logic
object C > 1 bit)
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
Logic object C with (visible only if 1 limit value
logic object C > 1 bit)
Limit value comparison B = 1 if
logic object (visible only if logic
object B > 1 bit)
0-255 for the 1 byte setting
0-65536 for the 2-byte fixed
point without sign setting
1 byte
Logic object B with (visible only if 1 limit value
logic object B > 1 bit)
Setting
-32767 - 32767 for the 2-byte
fixed point with sign setting
Logic object A
Logic object A inverted
Logic function 1 input 2
Not used
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Extended logic operation
Parameter
Logic function 1 input 3
Extended logic operation
Setting
Parameter
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C
Logic object B/limit value
comparison B inverted
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C inverted
Not used
Logic function 2 input 4
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C
Logic object C/limit value
comparison C inverted
Logic function 1
Time 1 output inverted
Logic function 2
XOR
XOR
Gate 2 -> Filter 2 -> Time 2
Gate 2
Gate function 2 control input
Not used (gate open)
Switch object A
Not used (gate open)
Switch object A inverted
Switch object A
Limit value comparison B
Switch object A inverted
Limit value comparison B
Limit value comparison B
inverted
Limit value comparison B
inverted
Limit value comparison C
Limit value comparison C
Limit value comparison C
inverted
Limit value comparison C
inverted
Gate function 1
OR
AND
OR
Gate 1 -> Filter 1 -> Time 1
Gate 1
Not used
Time 1 output
AND
Gate function 1 control input
Setting
Logic object B/limit value
comparison B
Gate function 2
Gate function inverted (1 =
lock 0 = release)
Gate function inverted (1 =
lock 0 = release)
Gate function (0 = lock 1 =
release)
Gate function (0 = lock 1 =
release)
Filter 2
Filter 1
Filter 1
1 -> 1 / 0 -> 0
Filter 2
1 -> 1 / 0 -> -
1 -> 1 / 0 -> -
1 -> - / 0 -> 0
1 -> - / 0 -> 0
1 -> 0 / 0 -> 1
1 -> 0 / 0 -> 1
1 -> 0 / 0 -> -
1 -> 0 / 0 -> 1 -> - / 0 -> -
1 -> - / 0 -> Time 2
Time 1
Common time base
100 ms
Common time base
1 Min
1 Min
0-65536, 30
Factor for delay of 0-telegram
0-65536, 30
Time 1 output
Controls relay directly
100 ms
1s
1s
Factor for delay of 1-telegram
1 -> 1 / 0 -> 0
Factor for delay of 1-telegram
0-65536, 30
Factor for delay of 0-telegram
0-65536, 30
Time 2 output
Controls relay directly
Controls relay inverted
Controls relay inverted
Object logic output
Object logic output
Object logic output inverted
Object logic output inverted
No reaction
Logic function 2 input 1
Not used
● Parameter of heating
Switch/staircase timer object
Logic function 2 input 2
Switch/staircase timer object
inverted
Channel configuration
Parameter
Setting
Logic object A
Device selection
2 channels
Logic object A inverted
4 channels
Not used
8 channels
Logic object B/limit value
comparison B
Logic object B/limit value
comparison B inverted
Logic function 2 input 3
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12 channels
Channel X operation mode
Switching
Heating
Not used
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Channel X heating
Parameter
Channel X heating
Setting
Reset manipulation (relay state as Disabled
before manipulation)
Parameter
Setting
Valve position upon bus voltage
recovery
Unchanged
Opened
After a time
If object Reset manual operation
=1
Closed
Locking behaviour
Lock 1 (prio. 1)
General
For object value "0"
Parameter
Setting
Summer/winter mode
Summer = 1, Winter = 0
Summer = 0, Winter = 1
Lock 1 valve position for summer 0 - 100%, 30
mode in %
Lock 1 valve position for winter
mode in %
0 - 100%, 50
Lock 2 (prio. 3)
For object value "1"
General
For object value "0"
Parameter
Setting
Time delay before all valves
closed in minutes
30.. 60..255
Time until reset 1 s x factor (065535, 0 = no reset)
Lock 2 valve position in winter
mode in %
0 - 100, 50
0 - 65535
Setting
1 bit
Disabled
For missing cyclical telegrams
Setting
Control output for heating object 1 byte
Valve status 1 bit
0 - 100%, 30
Send alarm
Channel X heating
Parameter
Lock 2 valve position in summer
mode in %
Cyclical monitoring of the control
output
General: Automatic reset of
manual operation to the
current object value
Parameter
For object value "1"
Surveillance time 1 min x factor (0 1-255, 30
= off)
Send emergency mode object
cyclically 1 min x factor (0= no
cyclical sending)
0-255
Valve position at exceeding in
cycle time in the summer mode
0 - 100%, 50
Valve position at exceeding in
cycle time in the winter mode
0 - 100%, 30
Disabled
Active status feedback object
Passive status object
Valve status 1 byte
Disabled
Active status feedback object
Passive status object
Status/status response object
At bus and manual operation
change
At bus change
At manual operation change
Status/status response object
Pressed = 1; released= 0
Pressed = 0; released = 1
Valve type
De-energized closed
De-energized opened
PWM cycle time (1 min x factor) 1 - 60, 15
Valve protection (prio. 2)
Activate valve protection
Cyclic
Never
With telegram
Cyclic and with telegram
Cycle time (1 day x factor)
1 - 255, 10
Duration (1 min x factor)
1 - 255, 3
Valve status
No reaction
Active status response object
Passive status response object
Failure behaviour
Valve position in case of bus
voltage failure
No reaction
Opened
Closed
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