LON manual Application description LON presence

LON manual Application description LON presence
PresenceLight 180/360 PLLON LON presence detectors
LON manual
Application description
LON presence detectors
PresenceLight 180 PLLON
PresenceLight 360 PLLON
1103074501 / 12.2013 © Theben HTS AG
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Table of contents
1. Functional characteristics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.1 PresenceLight 180/360 PLLON presence detectors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.2Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.3 Technical data. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.3.1Measures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
1.3.2 Detection area. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2. Description of the PresenceLight 180/360 PLLON objects. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2.1Objects. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2.2 Node object . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
2.2.1 Configuration parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
2.3 Light sensor object . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.3.1Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.3.2 Information about calibration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
2.3.3 Configuration parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
2.4 Occupancy Sensor Object . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
2.4.1Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
2.4.2 Configuration parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
2.5 Occupancy controller objects. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
2.5.1Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
2.5.2 Configuration parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
2.6 Constant Light Controller Objects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
2.6.1Functionality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
2.6.2 Configuration parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
2.7 Remote control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
2.7.1Functionality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
2.7.2 Configuration parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
2.8 Scene panel (3250). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
2.8.1Functionality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
2.8.2 Configuration parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
2.9 Scene Controller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
2.9.1Functionality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
2.9.2 Configuration parameters. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
3. Basic configurations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
3.1 Presence detector with 1-channel switching or constant light control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
3.1.1 Presence detector with 1-channel switching or constant light control and presence-dependent output for HVAC.24
3.1.2 Presence detector with 1-channel switching or constant light control and manual override . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
3.1.3 Presence detector with 1-channel switching or constant light control and SendoClic remote control. . . . . . . . . . 27
3.2 Switching or constant light control of 2 light groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
3.2.1 Presence detector with 2-channel switching or constant light control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
3.2.2 Presence detector with 2-channel switching or constant light control and presence-dependent output for HVAC.30
3.2.3 Presence detector with 2-channel switching or constant light control and manual override . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
3.2.4 Presence detector with 2-channel switching or constant light control and SendoClic remote control. . . . . . . . . . 33
4.Plug-in. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
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4.1 Operation of the plug-in. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
4.2 General settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
4.2.1 Basic function setting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
4.3Objects. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
4.3.1 Occupancy sensor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
4.3.2 Light Sensor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
4.3.3 Occupancy controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
4.3.4 Constant Light Controller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
4.3.5 Remote control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
4.3.6 Scene panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
4.3.7 Scene Controller. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
5. Parallel switching. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
5.1 Master/Slave parallel connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
5.2 Master/Master parallel connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
7. Test mode presence. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
8. Integrate SendoClic user remote control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
8.1 Performance characteristics of the SendoClic user remote control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
8.2 Combination of the presence detector and SendoClic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
8.3 Examples of set IR group addresses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
8.3.1 One presence detector, one light channel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
8.3.2 One presence detector, two light channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
8.3.3 Ein Präsenzmelder mit je einem internen und externen Lichtkanal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
8.3.4 A presence detector with an internal light channel and external blinds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
8.3.5 Two presence detectors, each with a light channel with a shared SendoClic user remote control. . . . . . . . . . . . 53
8.3.6 Zwei Präsenzmelder, je ein Licht-Kanal mit separater Benutzer-Fernbedienung SendoClic (Abgrenzung) . . . . . . . 54
9.Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
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1.
Functional characteristics
1.1 PresenceLight 180/360 PLLON presence detectors
Both PresenceLight 180 PLLON und PresenceLight 360 PLLON presence detectors switch or control a maximum of two lighting groups dependent on
the presence of persons and the current brightness. For this purpose two constant light controller objects are available, each with its own brightness set
point value, in which a selection can be made from three targeted light measurements.
• With brightness-dependent switching, the lighting is switched on for an adjustable length of time if movement is detected in detection area and
there is insufficient light.
• With constant light control, the lighting is controlled to a constant brightness of artificial light and daylight if movement has been detected in the
detection area.
The occupancy controller objects transmit the presence information in the room either to the constant light controller or other devices such as heating,
ventilation or blinds controls. The channel has a switch-on delay and a time delay.
The presence detectors also have another integrated scene component as well the possibility of processing scenes for both lighting groups. In combination with the remote control, the presence detectors are not only capable of switching and dimming their own lighting groups but also other external
consumers such as lights, blinds etc.
The SendoPro management remote control permits the adjustment and optimisation of defined parameters. For example, the brightness level can be set
quickly and reliably for both daylight-dependent switching and constant light control.
1.2 Features
♦♦ Optionally one or two light groups
♦♦ Constant light control or daylight-dependent switching.
♦♦ Presence-dependent switching of other devices, such as HVAC systems, with switch-on delay and time delay
♦♦ Standardised LONMARK objects
♦♦ Parallel switching Master-Slave for gap-free coverage of large areas
♦♦ Parallel connection Master-Master for several lighting groups with
♦♦ Adjustable dimming value at standby
♦♦ Setting the brightness set point values via network variables
♦♦ Management remote control SendoPro (optional)
•• Changing parameters
♦♦ SendoClic user remote control (optional)
•• Switch and dim light groups individually
•• Two programmable scenes
•• Optional control of blinds or external channels
separate light measurement but joint presence detection
♦♦ Separate disable objects for light and presence-dependent outputs
♦♦ Scene control with two scenes
♦♦ Detection and sending of current brightness
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1.3 Technical data
Presence detector
Detection angle
Recommended installation height
Max. detection range
Presence detector
Detection angle
Recommended installation height
Detection area PresenceLight 180 PLLON
horizontal 180°
ca. 1.7 m–2.2 m (minimal height 1.7 m)
< 10 m radius
PresenceLight 360 PLLON
horizontal / vertikal 360° / 120°
2,0 – 3,0 m (minimal height 1.7 m)
3.0m mounting height 20 m2 (4,5 x 4,5 m) seated persons
49 m2 (7 x 7 m) walking persons
Presence detectors
PresenceLight 180/360 PLLON
Light measurement
Parameter setting
Brightness range
Mixed light
All settings are remotely configurable via software and described in this
document
approx. 5 – 2000 Lux
Light measurement deactivated
Time delay
Measurement off (light control dependent on presence)
10 s – 100 min
Stand-by brightness light
approx. 10 – 200 Lux
Standby time light
30 s – 60 min / on
Switch-on delay
Connection terminal
10 s – 30 min / inactive
WAGO 243 Screwless terminals
Topology
LON FTT
Power consumption
Mounting depth
Mounting diameter
Mounting plate (integrated)
~ 30 mA
40 mm
50 mm
70 x 70 mm
Size of concealed housing
Size 1, (NIS, PMI)
Ambient temperature
0 °C – +50°C
Storage temperature
-25 °C – +60 °C
Protection rating
IP 20 (IP 40 when installed)
Article numbers
PresenceLight 180 PLLON WH, white
200 9 150
PresenceLight 180 PLLON BK, black
200 9 151
PresenceLight 180 PLLON SR, silver
200 9 152
PresenceLight 360 PLLON WH, white
200 9 100
PresenceLight 360 PLLON BK, black
200 9 101
PresenceLight 360 PLLON SR, silver
200 9 102
Surface frame PresenceLight 40WH, IP 40, white
907 0 606
Surface frame PresenceLight 40BK, IP 40, black
907 0 607
Surface frame PresenceLight 40SR, IP 40, silver
907 0 608
Surface frame PresenceLight, inkl. Dichtungsset IP 54, white
907 0 513
Surface frame PresenceLight BK, inkl. Dichtungsset IP 54, black
907 0 634
Surface frame PresenceLight SR, inkl. Dichtungsset IP 54, silver
907 0 635
Gasket set for flush mounting PresenceLight, IP 54
spare part 907 0 570
Gasket set for surface frame PresenceLight, IP 54
spare part 907 0 520
Management remote control SendoPro 868-A
907 0 675
User remote control SendoClic
907 0 690
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1.3.1Measures
Measures PresenceLight 360 PLLON
Measures PresenceLight 180 PLLON
38
27
86
70
70
56
60
40,5
4
11
11
45,7
32
4
56
60
38
48
36
48
40,5
86
1.3.2Detection area
PresenceLight 360
M'height
Seated persons
Walking persons
2,0 m
9 m
2
3,0 m x 3,0 m
20 m2
4,5 m x 4,5 m ± 0,5 m
2,5 m
16m2
4,0 m x 4,0 m
36 m2
6,0 m x 6,0 m ± 0,5 m
3,0 m
20m
2
4,5 m x 4,5 m
49
m2
7,0 m x 7,0 m ± 1,0 m
3,5 m
---
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64 m2
8,0 m x 8,0 m ± 1,0 m
PresenceLight 180
M'height
Seated persons
Walking persons
2,2 m
25 m2
100 m2
7,0 m x 3,5 m
ca. 8 m radius
3
3
2,2 m
2
2
1
1
o
Lux
0.8
0
o
0
m
3.5 3
2
1
0
1
2
3 3.5
seated persons
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
8
7
6
walking persons
3 3,5
5
4
3
2
2
1
1
0
0
1
2
1
3
2
4
5
3
6
7
3,5
3
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1
0
1
2
3 3,5
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2.
Description of the PresenceLight 180/360 PLLON objects
The LON interface files can be found on the Theben HTS internet site: http://www.theben-hts.ch or http://www.theben.de
2.1 Objects
The PresenceLight 180/360 PLLON presence detectors uses the following standardised LONMARK function profile exclusively.
Name
Profile
Description
Node object
0
The device-relevant, higher-order information, inputs and outputs are shown here.
− Neuron ID
− Location
− Detector status
− Device-relevant faults if applicable
− Error-handling
Light sensor
1010
The light sensor makes available the current brightness value in Lux.
Occupancy sensor
1060
The presence sensor makes available information about whether the detection area is
occupied.
Occupancy controller (3x)
3071
The presence controller supports the presence-dependent control of light channels or additional controllers.
Constant light controller (2x)
3050
The constant light controller controls the light according to the desired brightness and
presence. Control can be switched off. The constant light controller is then in switching mode
dependent on presence and brightness (traditional presence detector).
Remote control
3200
This object passes on the IR commands received from the user's SendoClic remote control to
the configured output variables for control of blinds, lights, etc.
Scene panel
3250
The scene panel broadcasts the configured scenes for each of the two scene buttons on the
user's SendoClic remote control.
Scene controller
3251
The scene controller processes the scenes received via IR commands or input variables and
generates control commands for the light or blinds controller.
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2.2 Node object
The node object only supports the commands prescribed by LONMARK.
• Processing and output of the detector's status information.
• Processing and output of possible faults relevant to the device.
2.2.1Configuration parameters
Input variables (nvi)
Variable
Data type
nviRequest
SNVT_obj_request
Value range
Default
Description
Variable to control and query the device state or the function
profile. Feedback takes place via nvoStatus.
The following functions are supported:
• RQ_NORMAL enable object and remove override
• RQ_UPDATE_STATUS just report object status
Output variables (nvo)
nvoStatus
• RQ_REPORT_MASK report status bit mask
Feedback on queries via nviRequest.
SNVT_obj_status
The following status bits are supported:
• invalid_id
• invalid_request
nvoFileDirectory
Configuration variables (nci)
• report_mask
Start address of the configuration parameter files
SNVT_address
--
Configuration parameters (cp) cpLocation
SCPTlocation
cpAppVersion
UCPTappVersion
Name of the site, can be assigned by the integrator during
programming.
HI-Byte = HardwareVersion; LOW-Byte = Build Version; e.g. 1.02
cpDeviceStatus
UCPTdeviceStatus
3 error bits can be shown:
Bit 0: invalid configuration variables (nci) in the EEPROM
Bit 1: invalid configuration parameters (cp)
Bit 2: Hardware malfunction
Error bits 0 and 1 can be cleared by parameter download (resync
with LNS database)
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2.3 Light sensor object
The function profile for the light sensor corresponds to LONMARK Profile 1010. It sends the current brightness value in Lux at the place where the
detector was installed over the Lonworks network, either cyclically or when there are sufficiently large changes. The measured brightness value can be
adapted to the current situation in the room with a correction value (room correction factor).
2.3.1Description
The currently measured brightness is output via the network variable nvoLuxLevel. The measurement must be calibrated, so that nvoLuxLevel corresponds to the value measured with a lux meter below the detector.
The configuration variable nciFieldCalib is used to calibrate the light measurement with a lux meter. The presence detector uses this to calculate the
reflection factor nciReflection valid for this room. This factor can also be input directly.
The configuration variable nciMinDelta defines how large the daylight change must be for the network variable nvoLuxLevel to be updated prior to the
expiry of cpMaxSendTime. Updating will not take place in shorter intervals than specified in cpMinSendTime.
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2.3.2Information about calibration
The presence detector measures the brightness on the ceiling. The brightness measured by the presence detector is dependent on the reflection characteristics of the room, in particular the materials and furniture, but also the time of day and weather conditions. The aim of the room correction factor or
reflection factor is to adapt the measurement of the presence detector to the conditions of the relevant area, e.g. the work surface.
Room correction factor (reflection factor) =
Brightness value on the ceiling
Brightness value on the work surface
In every case it is recommended to perform the calibration with a mix of approximately 50% each of artificial light and daylight. When the detector is powering up, calibration may only be performed after the start-up phase has ended. During the start-up phase the LED of the detector flashes once per second.
2.3.2.1 Calibration with the plug-in or parameter browser.
• The Lux meter is placed on the work surface below the sensor and the measured lux value is entered in the plug-in. Then press the "Calibrate"
button. Alternatively the measured lux value is entered in the configuration variable nciFieldCalib and confirmed with the Enter button.
• The room correction factor cpReflection is calculated from this. Values between 0.05 and 2.0 are permitted. Calculated or entered values outside
the permitted range will be automatically set to the appropriate limit value.
• The calculated reflection factor cpReflection will be applied directly. With correct calibration the output variable
nvoLuxLevel corresponds to the value measured on the work surface. The reaction of the constant light controller is delayed, caused by the
control parameter, both with daylight-dependent switching and Constant light control.
2.3.2.2 Calibration via the configuration variable nciFieldCalib
• The lux meter is placed on the work surface below the sensor and the measured lux value is either sent as data type SNVT_lux to the configuration variable nciFieldCalib or is sent to the detector using the management remote control SendoPro. In this way the calibration can be performed
through a visualisation or a control system.
• The room correction factor cpReflection is calculated from this. Values between 0.05 and 2.0 are permitted. Calculated or entered values outside
the permitted range will be automatically set to the appropriate limit value.
• The calculated reflection factor cpReflection will be applied directly. With correct calibration the output variable
nvoLuxLevel corresponds to the value measured on the work surface. The reaction of the constant light controller is delayed, caused by the
control parameter, both with daylight-dependent switching and Constant light control.
2.3.2.3 Direct input of the room correction factor (reflection factor)
The room correction factor can also be input directly. For this purpose the corresponding value between 0.05 and 2.0 will be written to the variable cpReflection. When the presence detector is delivered, the room correction factor is preset to the value 0.3.
2.3.3Configuration parameters
Variable
Data type
Value range
nvoLuxLevel
SNVT_lux
0 … 65,535 Lux
Configuration variables (nci)
nciFieldCalib
SNVT_lux
0 … 65,535 Lux
Configuration parameters
(cp)
cpReflection
UCPTreflection
0.05 ... 2.0
0.3
cpMinSendTime
SCPTminSendTime
0 … 6553.5 s
1 sec
cpMaxSendTime
cpMinSendDelta
SCPTmaxSendTime
SCPTminDeltaLevel
0 … 6553.5 s
0.0 .. 100%
60 sec
5%
Input variables (nvi)
-
Output variables (nvo)
Default
Description
Measured brightness in Lux will be sent when there are changes
larger than SCPTminSendDelta or cyclically after SCPTmaxSendTime
Ambient brightness in lux for self-calibration
Room correction factor. The reflection factor will be calculated
automatically from cpFieldCalib when it has an entry, but can
also be entered manually.
Minimum transmission pause for nvoLuxLevel. 0 = no transmission pause
Heartbeat for nvoLuxLevel. 0 = no heartbeat
Minimum value change that leads to resending
Note: Calculated or input values of the room correction factor cpReflection outside of the permitted limits will be automatically set to the permitted
limits if a binding exists between light sensor and constant light controller. If there is no binding between both objects, the room correction factor is
configurable within the variable limits (0.05 ... 2.0), also the brightness setpoint value (5 - 2000 Lux).
If light sensor and constant light controller are subsequently connected with one another, a connection check will be performed within 30 seconds. In
the process the brightness set point value nciLuxSetPoint will be moved to the physically possible limits, which depend on the set room correction factor
cpReflection.
If the light sensor and constant light controller are already connected during input, the testing and any shifting are performed as soon as input takes place.
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2.4 Occupancy Sensor Object
The occupancy sensor object corresponds to the LONMARK profile 1060. If the presence detector detects a movement, the output of the occupancy
sensor will be set to the state OCCUPIED. This presence signal is used, for example, by an occupancy controller for presence-dependent control. The
behaviour is defined with the configuration parameters.
2.4.1Description
The network variable nvoOccup will be set to the status OCCUPIED as soon as the detector has registered a movement. After the movement has ended
the status changes back to UNOCCUPIED after the delay time nciDebounce.
The configuration variable nciDebounce defines the time delay for the reset of the output variable after movement has been recognised. It is restarted
with every new movement. The internal delay time of 5 seconds is added to the set delay time.
The configuration variable nciHeartbeat defines the repeat frequency of the network variable nvoOccup. It is sent without changes. The setting of 0
seconds deactivates the heartbeat.
5 levels of detection sensitivity can be set using the configuration variable cpSensitivity. The default is average sensitivity (level 3). In practice this is
optimal for all application cases and should only be adjusted in urgent cases.
2.4.2Configuration parameters
Variable
Data type
Value range
Default
Input variables (nvi)
--
Output variables (nvo)
nvoOccup
Configuration variables (nci)
--
Configuration parameters
(cp)
cpHeartbeat
SCPTmaxSendTime
0.0 to 6553.4 s
120 sec
cpDebounce
SCPTdebounce
0.0 to 6553.4 s
0 sec
cpSensitivity
UCPTsensitivity
1 ... 5
3
SNVT_occupancy
Description
0: OC_OCCUPIED: Room occupied
1: OC_UNOCCUPIED: Room unoccupied
Heartbeat for the output nvoOccup
Setting 0 seconds deactivates the heartbeat.
Time delay for the reset of nvoOccup after the motion ends, plus
an internal delay of 5 s.
Detection sensitivity for the presence detection:
1: Low sensitivity
2: Reduced sensitivity
3: Average sensitivity, default setting
4: Increased sensitivity
cpLedIndicator
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ACTIVE,
INACTIVE
5: High sensitivity
INACTIVE ACTIVE: LED indicates movement in normal mode and test mode.
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2.5 Occupancy controller objects
There are 3 function profiles of the occupancy controller type available. These correspond to LONMARK Profile 3071. The three outputs can be used
universally. For example, one can be used to control both light outputs, a second controls the wall panel light group depending on the brightness level,
while a third is used for presence-dependent HVAC control. The presence test mode is also part of the occupancy controller.
2.5.1Description
The network variable nvoSetting is used for presence-dependent control e.g. of the constant light controller. During presence (input nviOccup to OC_
OCCUPIED) it switches to the status SET_ON. With every movement the time delay nciHoldTime is restarted. After the time delay nciHoldTime expires,
the nvoSetting changes to SET_OFF.
The network variable nvoOccupLampValue is used for presence-dependent switching of a light group (without brightness influence). During presence
(input nviOccup to OC_OCCUPIED) it switches to the value defined with cpPrimeVal. With every movement the time delay nciHoldTime is restarted.
After the time delay nciHoldTime expires, nvoOccupLampValue changes to 0%/0.
Manual override is possible, for example using a button, via the network variable nviOcManOverride. When a x%/1 is received on nviOcManOverride,
the controller will be activated and the time delay restarted. nvoOccupSetting will be set to SET_ON, the value x%/1 received on nciOcManOverride will
be written to nvoOccupLampValue. When a 0%/0 is received on nviOcManOverride, the controller will be switched off for the duration of the presence.
nvoOccupLampValue will be set to 0%/0.
Every occupancy controller can also be permanently overriden or blocked. When a x%/0 is received on nviOccupEnable, nvoOccupLampValue, nvoOccupSetting and nvoOccupScene will be deactivated. The internal logic continues to operate during the block, but no telegrams about the network variables
mentioned will be sent. After unblocking with x%/1 the current status will be sent. After every reset, nviOccupEnable is set to 100%/1.
Taking adjacent presence into account enables the formation of light islands. When an OC_OCCUPIED is received on nviOccupSecond when there is no
own presence (OC_UNOCCUPIED at nviOccup), nvoOccupLampValue will be set to x%/1 in accordance with cpSecondVal. In addition the value from
cpSecondVal will be transferred to nvoOccupSetting using SET_STATE. When own presences exists (nviOccup at OC_OCCUPIED), nvoOccupLampValue
will be set to x%/1 in accordance with cpPrimeVal. cpSecondVal will thus be overriden. When a x%/1 is received on nviOcManOverride, the received value
is set to the output nvoOccupLampValue.
Depending on the status, during presence or absence in each case a defined scene number can be set via the output nvoOccupScene. The scene to be set
is selected with the configuration parameters cpScenePrimeOn or cpScenePrimeOff.
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Input variables (nvi)
2.5.2Configuration parameters
Variable
Data type
nviOccup
SNVT_occupancy
Value range
Default
Input variable from occupancy sensor
Description
nviOccupSecond
SNVT_occupancy
Occpupancy signal from detectors from the vicinity, for the formation of "light islands".
Overriden when own presence exists
Input variable for manual override:
nviOcManOverride SNVT_switch
When 0%/0 is received the occupancy controller switches off the lighting for the duration
of the presence.
When a x%/1 is received the time delay nciHoldTime is started and the value received
written to nvoOccupLampVal. (overrides cpPrimeVal)
When an UNOCCUPIED is received on nviOccup, the controller switches off the light after
the time delay nciHoldTime expires and goes back into fully automatic mode.
nviOccupEnable
Switched on immediately when switch-on delay configured.
Input variable to block the occupancy controller.
SNVT_switch
When x%/0 is received, nvoOccLampValue, nvoOccupSetting and nvoOccupScene will be
deactivated. After every reset, nviOccupEnable is set to 100%/1.
Output variable for control of light or HLK without brightness influence.
nvoOccupLampVal SNVT_switch
Output variables (nvo)
Status x%/1 according to cpPrimeVal when present.
nvoOccupSetting
Status 0%/0 when no one is present after expiry of nciHoldTime or switch-off with
0%/0 to nviManOverride.
Operation mode for an additional controller (e.g. constant light controller).
SNVT_setting
SET_ON when present.
SET_OFF when absent after the expiry of nciHoldTime.
SET_STATE transfers a status
nvoOccupScene
SNVT_scene
Output of the defined scene numbers 0 ... 255 (RECALL) in accordance with:
Configuration parameters (cp)
Configuration variables (nci)
cpScenePrimeOn when present
nciHoldTime
SNVT_time_sec
cpScenePrimeOff when absent after the expiry of nciHoldTime
0.0 ... 6553 sec 600 sec The time delay for the outputs nvoOccupLampVal and nvoOccupSetting. nciHoldTime is
restarted whenn any motion occurs (OCCUPIED to nviOccup).
If the adjacent zones are still occupied, there will be no switch off, but rather a switch to
nciSecondVal.
nciSwitchOnDelay
SNVT_time_sec
nciTestMode
SNVT_switch
0.0 ... 6553 sec 0 sec
Switch-on delay for the output nvoOccupLampVal.
Activation / Deactivation of test mode for motion detection:
OCCUPIED: nvoOccLampVal = 100%/1
cpPrimeVal
cpSecondVal
UCPTprimeVal
UCPTsecondVal
cpOnOffBehavPri
UCPTonOffBehaviourPrime
0 ... 100 %
0 ... 100 %
100 %
0%
On/Off
UNOCCUPIED: nvoOccLampVal = 0%/0
Output value of the lamp when present via nviOccup
Output value of the lamp during presence of adjacent zones ("light island") via nviOccupSecond.
Describes what telegram is sent (via nviOccup) when presence begins and ends.
ON_OFF_CMD: On when present, Off when absent
ONLY_OFF_CMD: only off when absent
UCPTonOffBehaviourSecond
UCPTscenePrimeOn
On/Off
0
ONLY_ON_CMD: only ON when present
Describes what telegram is sent (via nviOccupSecond) when presence begins and ends.
For selection see cpOnOffBehavPri
Scene when room occupied
cpScenePrimeOff
UCPTscenePrimeOff
0
Scene number 0 … 255
Scene when room unoccupied
cpAdaptiveDelay
LON_State_t
ACTIVE
Scene number 0 … 255
Activates or deactivates the adaptive time delay and short-term presence:
cpOnOffBehavSec
cpScenePrimeOn
ACTIVE, INACTIVE
ACTIVE: recommended when the Occupancy Controller is connected to a Constant Light
Controller. The time delay nciHoldTime adjusts automatically to the user's behaviour and
can increase independently to 30 minutes or reduce back to the set minimum time. With
settings ≤ 2 min or ≥ 30 min it remains unchanged at the set value.
INACTIVE: recommended, when the Occupancy Controller controls HVAC applications.
The set time delay remains fixed.
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2.6 Constant Light Controller Objects
There are 2 function profiles of the constant light controller type available. These correspond to LONMARK Profile 3071. They optionally permit constant
light control or daylight-dependent switching.
2.6.1Functionality
Each of the two constant light controllers optionally supports the daylight-dependent switching function or constant light control. Both controllers can
be used independently of one another. The network variables nvoLightLampValue are used to control a light group, optionally in constant light control
mode (cpControlMode = CONSTANT LIGHT CONTROL) or presence and daylight-dependent switching (cpControlMode = SWITCHING).
2.6.1.1 Presence and daylight-dependent switching
Fully automatic operation
In fully automatic operation (cpSemiAutomatic = FULLY AUTOMATIC) the network variable nvoLightLampValue switches when someone is present (nviLightSetting to SET_ON) and insufficient brightness (nviLuxLevel < nciLuxSetPoint, wait delay) to the status x%/1 defined with cpClPrimeVal. When no
one is present (nviLightSetting at SET_OFF) or sufficient brightness (nviLuxLevel > nciLuxSetPoint+hysteresis, wait delay) nvoLightLampValue switches to
0%/0, if no stand-by mode is activated.
Semi-automatic operation
In semi-automatic operation (cpSemiAutomatic = SEMI AUTOMATIC) the detector never switches independently, i.e. no telegram is triggered when no one
is present and there is unsufficient brightness. The lighting must always be switched manually via nviClManOverride with x%/-1 (see following sections).
When no one is present (nviLightSetting at SET_OFF) or sufficient brightness (nviLuxLevel > nciLuxSetPoint+hysteresis, wait delay) nvoLightLampValue
switches to 0%/0, if no stand-by mode is activated.
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Setting of the brightness threshold value
The brightness threshold value nciLuxSetPoint can be set by means of the commissioning tool, plug-in, with the SendoPro management remote control or
via the network variable nciLuxSetPoint. If a value is set that is invalid in conjunection with the room correction factor (reflection factor), the next closest
valid value will be set.
Note: when a binding exists or after the creation of the binding between light sensor and constant light controller the brightness threshold value nciLuxSetPoint will be moved to the physically possible limits, which depend on the set room correction factor cpReflection. See Section 2.3 for information
about calibration.
Teach-in of the brightness threshold value
The brightness threshold value can be learned via teach-in. This is done via the plug-in, via the SendoPro management remote control or via the network
variable nciTeachIn. In the process the detector takes the currently measured brightness and saves it as a new brightness threshold value. In doing so
nciLuxSetPoint is overwritten.
Standby mode as orientation light
If nciStandbyEnable is set to x%/1, the lighting will not be switched off when no one is present (nviSetting at SET_OFF) and there is insufficient brightness, but the lighting remains during the set standby time cpStandbyHoldTime at the standby value cpStandbyValue and thus serves as an orientation
light.
With the "ON" setting the lighting remains permanently at the standby value cpStandbyValue when no one is present. The lighting switches off if the
brightness level in the room exceeds the standby set point value cpStandBySetPoint. The lighting returns to the standby value independently when no
one is present if the room brightness falls below the set brightness level (also in semi-automatic).
Manual override
Manual override is possible, for example using a button, via the network variables nviSetting or nviCIManOverride. Depending on which of the two
network variables was used, different behaviour appears after the manual override:
• When a x%/1 is received on nviClManOverride, the received value is copied to nvoLightLampValue.
When a 0%/0 is received on nviClManOverride, the controller will be switched off and nvoLightLampValue set to 0%/0.
Dimming occurs through cyclically transmitted x±Δx%/1. The lighting will be dimmed to be brighter or darker.
Constant light control will remain at the set value for the duration of the presence (behaviour after manual override: "school")
• Upon receiving a SET_UP or SET_DOWN on nviSetting the lighting will be dimmed brighter or darker.
During the presence, the brightness threshold value will be temporarily set to the current actual value. After the time delay expires the originally
configured brightness threshold value applies again. (Behaviour after manual override: "office")
No SET_ON, SET_OFF or SET_STATE may be sent from the button. These commands are reserved for internal detector use.
If the lighting is switched off (nvoLightLampValue at 0%/0) the lighting will be switched on again with a x%/-1 to nviClManOverride and remainsa active
for at least 30 mins, as long as there are people present. It then switches off when the brightness is adequate. If the light is already switched on, with a
x%/-1 to nviClManOverride the manual override will be cancelled; the detector is in normal operation.
Blocking and unblocking
Every constant light controller can also be permanently overriden or blocked. Upon reception of a x%/0 on nviLightEnable
nvoLightLampValue will be deactivated. The internal logic continues to operate during the block, but no telegrams about the network variables mentioned will be sent. After unblocking with x%/1 the current state will be sent. After every reset, nviLightEnable is set to 100%/1.
2.6.1.2 Constant light control
Fully automatic operation
In fully automatic operation (cpSemiAutomatic = FULLY AUTOMATIC) the constant light control will be started when someone is present (nviLightSetting to SET_ON) and insufficient brightness (nviLuxLevel < nciLuxSetPoint, wait delay). The network variable nvoLightLampValue switched to
the status x%/1 defined with cpCIPrimeVal. Control will be performed to the set point value, starting from this switch-on value. When no one is present
(nviLightSetting at SET_OFF) or sufficient brightness (nviLuxLevel > nciLuxSetPoint, wait delay after dimming down from nvoLightLampValue to < 10%)
nvoLightLampValue switches to 0%/0, if no stand-by mode is activated.
Semi-automatic operation
In semi-automatic operation (cpSemiAutomatic = SEMI AUTOMATIC) the detector never switches independently, i.e. no telegram is triggered when no one
is present and there is unsufficient brightness. The lighting must always be switched manually with a x%/-1 on via nviClManOverride. The constant light
control is started. When no one is present (nviLightSetting at SET_OFF) or sufficient brightness (nviLuxLevel > nciLuxSetPoint, wait delay after dimming
down from nvoLightLampValue to 10%) nvoLightLampValue switches to 0%/0, if no stand-by mode is activated.
Setting of the brightness set point value
The brightness set point value nciLuxSetPoint can be set by means of the commissioning tool, plug-in, with the SendoPro management remote control or
via the network variable nciLuxSetPoint. If a value is set that is invalid in conjunection with the room correction factor (reflection factor), the next closest
valid value will be set.
Note: when a binding exists or after the creation of the binding between light sensor and constant light controller the brightness set point value nciLuxSetPoint will be moved to the physically possible limits, which depend on the set room correction factor cpReflection. See Section 2.3 for information
about calibration.
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Teach-in of the brightness set point value
The brightness set point value can be learned via teach-in. This is done via the plug-in, via the SendoPro management remote control or via the network
variable nciTeachIn. In the process the detector takes the currently measured brightness and saves it as a new brightness set point value. In doing so
nciLuxSetPoint is overwritten.
Standby mode as orientation light
If nciStandbyEnable is set to x%/1, the lighting will not be switched off when no one is present (nviLightSetting at SET_OFF) and there is insufficient
brightness, but the lighting remains controlled during the set standby time cpStandbyHoldTime at the standby set point value cpStandBySetPoint and thus
serves as an orientation light. The standby value cpStandbyValue serves as the upper limit of the output value.
With the setting "ON" the lighting will be permanently controlled when no one is present to the Standby set point value cpStandBySetPoint (limited by
the standby value cpStandbyValue). If the room brightness climbs above the standby set point value, the lighting switches off (wait delay after dimming
down from nvoLightLampValue to <10%). The lighting returns to the standby value independently when no one is present if the room brightness falls
below the set brightness level (also in semi-automatic).
Manual override
Manual override is possible, for example using a button, via the network variables nviLightSetting or nviCIManOverride. Depending on which of the two
network variables was used, different behaviour appears after the manual override:
• When a x%/1 is received on nviClManOverride, the received value is copied to nvoLightLampValue.
When a 0%/0 is received on nviClManOverride, the controller will be switched off and nvoLightLampValue set to 0%/0.
Dimming occurs through cyclically transmitted x±Δx%/1. The lighting will be dimmed to be brighter or darker.
Constant light control will be stopped for the duration of the presence (behaviour after manual override: "school")
• Upon receiving a SET_UP or SET_DOWN on nviLightSetting the lighting will be dimmed brighter or darker.
While the presence continues, the constant light control remains active at the new temporary set point value. After the time delay expires the
originally configured brightness set point value applies again. (Behaviour after manual override: "office")
No SET_ON, SET_OFF or SET_STATE may be sent from the button. These commands are reserved for internal detector use.
With a x%/-1 on nviClManOverride the manual override will be cancelled; the detector is in normal operation.
Blocking and unblocking
Every constant light controller can also be permanently overriden or blocked. Upon reception of a x%/0 on nviLightEnable
nvoLightLampValue will be deactivated. The internal logic continues to operate during the block, but no telegrams about the network variables mentioned
will be sent. After unblocking with x%/1 the current state will be sent. After every reset, nviLightEnable is set to 100%/1.
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2.6.2Configuration parameters
Variable
nviLightSetting
Data type
SNVT_setting
Value range
Default
Description
Defines the controller operating mode.
SET_ON starts the controller to present (start of the control)
SET_OFF switches the controller to Absent
SET_STATE sets the output to the received value
Output variables (nvo)
SET_UP, SET_DOWN, changes the set point value of the controller relatively
nviLuxLevel
SNVT_lux
nviClManOverride
SNVT_switch
SET_STOP deactivates nvoLightLampValue. The internal logic continues to operate
during the block, but no telegrams about the network variables mentioned will be
sent.
Current brightness value from the light sensor
Manual override for the light channel. The sent value will be transferred directly to
the output and the controller will be stopped.
A received value x%/-1 shows the following behaviour:
-- Switching (in the switched-off state): lighting will be switched on for 30 mins,
regardless of brightness. If the room has been left in the interim, the lighting
switches off.
-- Control, semi-automatic: start of the control
nviLightEnable
-- Switching or control (in the switched-on state): Eliminating a manual
override, return to automatic mode
Disable: in the state x%/0 of the network variable nviLightEnable the nvoLightLampValue is deactivated (internal logic continues to operate, but no telegrams are
sent via the output objects). After every reset, nviLightEnable is set to 100%/1.
Output of the controller, to be connected with actuator. ON/OFF and 0%-100%
SVNT_switch
Output variables (nvo)
nvoLightLampValue SNVT_switch
Configuration parameters (cp)
Configuration variables (nci)
nciLuxSetPoint
SNVT_lux
5 - 2000 Lux
Brightness set point value [Lux]
If the light measurement is deactivated in the switching operating mode (cpControlMode = Switching), (nciLuxSetPoint = 65,535, measurement off (only dependent on presence)) and there is a switch to the constant light control operating
mode (cpControlMode = 0), nciLuxSetPoint will be set to 500 Lux.
nciStandbyEnable
The setting limits of nciLuxSetPoint are dependent on the room correction factor
cpReflection. During input, there will be a check to see whether the value lies
within valid limits.
Stand-by mode
SNVT_Switch
x%/0: Disable
nciTeachIn
SNVT_Switch
cpSemiAutomatic
UCPTsemiAutomatic
cpControlMode
FULLY
AUTOMATIC
UCPTcontrolMode
SWITCHING
x%/1: Enable
An x%/1 to nciTeachIn overwrites nciLuxSetPoint with the currently measured
brightness value.
Fully or semi-automatic
FULLY AUTOMATIC: Fully automatic
SEMI AUTOMATIC: Semi-automatic
select
CONSTANT LIGHT CONTROL: constant light control
cpStandbyHoldTime UCPTstandbyHoldTime
cpStandbyValue
UCPTstandbyValue
cpStandbySetPoint UCPTstandbySetPoint
0.0 – 6553 s
0 % to 25 %
10 - 200 Lux
30 min.
10 %
50 lux
cpMaxSendTime
cpClPrimeVal
SCPTmaxSendTime
UCPTclPrimeVal
0 s – 6553 s
0 – 100 %
1 min.
100 %
cpControlSpeed
UCPTcontrolSpeed
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Stand-by time
Maximum dimming value in standby mode or switch-on dimming value
Standby set point value (constant light control) or Standby threshold value
(switching)
Heartbeat (max. time between two updates for the light output)
Output value from nvoLightLampValue (switching) or switch-on value of the
control system (constant light control)
Control speed: standard, average, fast
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2.7
Remote control
2functionprofilesforremotecontrolareavailable,oneforeachbuttonseriesontheuser'sSendoClicremotecontrol.ThesecorrespondtoLONMARK
Profile3200(switch).EveryfunctionprofilepassesontheIRcommandsreceivedfromtherelevantseriesofbuttonsfromSendoClictotheconfigured
output variables for control of blinds, lights, etc. This allows either the light groups controlled by the presence detector itself to be manually switched and
dimmed or external light groups or blinds to be operated.
2.7.1 Functionality
TheSendoClicuserremotecontrolmakesitpossibletoissueswitching/dimmingandblindscommands.Whenanybuttonpressoccurstheconfigured
eventissentviathenetworkvariablesnvoRemoteSettingandnvoRemoteSwitch.Tobeabletodefinethestartvaluefordimming,thenetworkvariable
nviRemoteFb must also be connected with the feedback output object of the actuator.
Both series of buttons on the user remote control SendoClic are each encoded with an IR group address. The IR group address is to be set using the
configurationvariablescpRcGroupAddress.
The following commands are available
Action
Telegram to nvoRemoteSetting
Telegram to nvoRemoteSwitch
Switch light on and off
SET_ON, SET_OFF (no internal use possible!)
100%/1, 0%/0
Dim light
SET_UP 2%, SET_DOWN 2%
(x+2)%/1, (x-2)%/1
Automatic mode constant light controller
x%/-1
Moving curtain up and down
SET_STATE UP, DOWN
Jiggle lamella
SET_UP x%, yº, SET_DOWN x%, yº
No action
SET_NO_MESSAGE
NO_MSG
ThefollowingconnectionsexistbetweentheSendoClicbuttonsandtheconfigurationvariables:
{
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Network variable
SendoClic button p, short button press event
cpPushEventUp
SendoClic button p, long button press event
cpLongPushEventU
SendoClic button p, release event
cpReleaseEventU
SendoClic button q, short button press event
cpPushEventDown
SendoClic button q, long button press event
cpLongPushEventD
SendoClic button q, release event
cpReleaseEventD
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2.7.2Configuration parameters
Data type
nviRemoteFb
SNVT_switch
Value range Default
Feedback input of switching/dimming actuators during
dimming
nvoRemoteSwitch
SNVT_switch
nvoRemoteSetting
SNVT_setting
Output of the switching values for light control (switching/
dimming)
Output of the dimming values for light control
Output variables (nvo)
Input variables (nvi)
Variable
Description
Output of the operating commands for the blinds
cpPushEventUp
Event when up button is pressed briefly
UCPTpushEventUp
nvoRemoteSwitch:
Switch:
ON : switch on
ON/100%
OFF : switch off
UP : dim up
DOWN : dim down
NO_MSG : no event
INVALID: -1
nvoRemoteSetting:
Configuration parameters (cp)
Setting:
SET_ON : switch on
SET_NO_MSG, SET_OFF: switch off
invalid, invalid
SET_UP : move upwards
SET_DOWN : move downwards
SET_STOP : stop command
SET_STATE: Absolute command
I
0.2 s
SET_NO_MSG : no event
Event when up button is pressed for an extended period. For
events see cpPushEventUp
Event when up button is released (after extended button press).
For events see cpPushEventUp
Event when down button is pressed briefly. For events see
cpPushEventUp
Event when down button is pressed for an extended period. For
events see cpPushEventUp
Event when down button is released (after extended button
press). For events see cpPushEventUp
IR group address of the relevant button series from SendoClic
Time between dimming telegrams
Active
Release of the SendoClic app
cpLongPushEventU
UCPTlongPushEventUp
UP, 2%
cpReleaseEventU
UCPTreleaseEventUp
NO_MSG
cpPushEventDown
UCPTpushEventDown
OFF
cpLongPushEventD
UCPTlongPushEventDown
DOWN, 2%
cpReleaseEventD
UCPTreleaseEventDown
NO_MSG
cpRcGroupAddress
cpMinSendTime
UCPTremoteGroupAddress
SCPTminSendTime
cpClicAppEnable
UCPTsendoClicAppEnable
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0 ... 6553
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2.8 Scene panel (3250)
A Scene Panel function profile is available. This corresponds to the LONMARK Profile 3250. The scene panel broadcasts the scene numbers which can be
triggered via both scene buttons on the user's SendoClic remote control.
2.8.1Functionality
The Scene Panel can only be used in conjunction with the SendoClic user remote control.
• When there is a short button press on scene button 1 of the SendoClic user remote control, the scenes defined with cpSceneNumber1 will be sent
to nvoScene.
• When there is a short button press on scene button 2 of the SendoClic user remote control, the scenes defined with cpSceneNumber2 will be sent
to nvoScene.
Both scene buttons on the user remote control SendoClic are encoded with an IR group address. The IR group address is to be set using the configuration
variables cpScGroupAddress.
The scene panel is linked with a scene controller, either the internal scene controller of the presence detector, or another scene controller, for example one
that is available in an actuator.
2.8.2Configuration parameters
Variable
Data type
nvoScene
SNVT_scene
Value range
Default
Scene output object
RECALL when there is a short button press on the scene button of the SendoClic user remote control.
Output variables (nvo)
Configuration parameters (cp)
Description
LEARN when there is an extended (10 s) press of the scene button on the
SendoClic user remote control with appropriate scene number.
Scene 0 is not used.
cpSceneNumber1
Unsigned short
0 ... 255
1
cpSceneNumber2
Unsigned short
0 ... 255
2
cpScGroupAdress
UCPTsceneGroupAddress I, II, III
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Scene that should be sent when button 1 of the SendoClic user remote control
is sent
Scene that should be sent when button 2 of the SendoClic user remote control
is sent
Details of the IR group address from SendoClic
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2.9
Scene Controller
ASceneControllerfunctionprofileisavailable.ThiscorrespondstotheLONMARKprofile3251.These are either controlled from external scene buttons
or via the scene buttons of the user's SendoClic remote control.
2.9.1 Functionality
Twodifferentapplicationcasescanbecovered:
• Internal scenes:thesecanbeinitiatedviatheremotecontrolorviaexternalscenebuttons.ThenetworkvariablenvoSceneSwitchoutputsis
taken to the constant light controller.
• External scenes:Actuatorswithouttheirownscenecontrollerscanusethescenecontrollerofthepresencedetector.ThenetworkvariablenvoSceneSwitch outputs is taken to the actuator.
InbothcaseswithanSC_RECALLtonviScenethevalueconfiguredwithcpSceneConfigwillbeoutputtonvoSceneSwitch.
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Output variables (nvo)
Input variables (nvi)
2.9.2Configuration parameters
Variable
Data type
nviScene
SNVT_scene
Value range
Default
Description
Scene input object from the scene panel for saving and reading the saved scenes,
with the commands RECALL and LEARN and the associated scene number 1 to 255.
Scene 0 is not used.
•
nviSceneSwitchFb
SNVT_switch
nvoSceneSwitch
SNVT_switch
nvoSceneSetting
SNVT_setting
cpSceneConfig
UCPTsceneConfig
Call with nviScene.function = SC_RECALL and nviScene.scene_number = x
• Learn with nviScene.function = SC_LEARN and nviScene.scene_number = x
Input object for the actuator value. When there is a LEARN command on nviScene,
the current value will be learned as a new scene value.
Output object type switch of the scene controller. The configuration takes place via
cpSceneConfig.
Output object type setting of the scene controller. The configuration takes place via
cpSceneConfig.
8 save points for the configuration of individual scenes.
nvoSceneSwitch:
Configuration parameters (cp)
ON / 0 % - 100 %
OFF / 0%
NO_MSG
nvoSceneSetting:
SET_ON
SET_OFF
SET_UP
SET_DOWN
SET_STATE
SET_STOP
SET_NO_MSG
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3.
Basic configurations
The functionality of the presence detector is dependent on the bindings between the function blocks.
The bindings for the most common applications can be generated automatically by the plug-in. The plug-in checks whether bindings already exist. If no
bindingsexist,theywillbegeneratedautomatically.Ifbindingsalreadyexist,thesemustfirstbedeletedbeforetheycanbeautomaticallygenerated.
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3.1
Presence detector with 1-channel switching or constant light control
Presence detector with 1-channel switching or constant light control and additional presence-dependent output for HVAC
Presence detector with 1-channel switching or constant light control and manual override via LON button
Presence detector with 1-channel switching or constant light control and manual override via SendoClic user remote control
Presence detector with 2-channel switching or constant light control
Presence detector with 2-channel switching or constant light control and additional presence-dependent output for HVAC
Presence detector with 2-channel switching or constant light control and SendoClic remote control
Presence detector with 2-channel switching or constant light control and additional wall panel lighting (classroom application)
Presence detector with 1-channel switching or constant light control
It is the basic functionality of a presence detector. The average light measurement will be used for daylight-dependent switching or constant light control
of the presence detector. The presence-detector bindings marked in red can be generated directly by the plug-in.
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LON actuator
Parameter
Switching
cpControlMode = SWITCHING
Constant light control
cpControlMode = CONSTANT_LIGHT_CONTROL
All other parameters are set to their default values.
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3.1.1 Presence detector with 1-channel switching or constant light control and presence-dependent output for HVAC
It is the basic functionality of a presence detector. The average light measurement will be used for daylight-dependent switching or constant light control
of the presence detector. In addition, a second occupancy sensor is used for the presence-dependent control of HVAC. The presence-detector bindings
marked in red can be generated directly by the plug-in.
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LON HVAC actuator
Space Comfort Controller
Object Type 850X
nviSpaceTemp
SNVT_temp_p
nviOccSensor
SNVT_occupancy
Mandatory
Network
Variables
nvoSpaceTemp
SNVT_temp_p
nvoUnitStatus
SNVT_hvac_status
Optional
Network
Variables
Configuration Properties
Mandatory
Optional
Sunblind Controller
Object Type 6111
Mandatory
Network
Variables
LON actuator
nviOccSensor
SNVT_occupancy
Optional
Network
Variables
nvoSblndSetting
SNVT_setting
nvoSblndState
SNVT_sblnd_state
Configuration Properties
Mandatory
Optional
Parameter
Switching
cpControlMode = SWITCHING
Constant light control
cpControlMode = CONSTANT_LIGHT_CONTROL
All other parameters are set to their default values.
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3.1.2 Presence detector with 1-channel switching or constant light control and manual override
3.1.2.1
Use of the network variables setting
Presence detector with manual override. The average light measurement will be used for daylight-dependent switching or constant light control of the
presence detector. In addition, the lighting can be manually switched and dimmed via a button. The presence-detector bindings marked in red can be
generated directly by the plug-in.
When using the input nviLightsetting for manual override, please note that after a manual dimming procedure the constant light
control remains active at the new set point value.
LON actuator
LON push button
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Parameter
Switching
cpControlMode = SWITCHING
Constant light control
cpControlMode = CONSTANT_LIGHT_CONTROL
All other parameters are set to their default values.
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3.1.2.2
Use of the manOverride network variables
Presence detector with manual override. The average light measurement will be used for daylight-dependent switching or constant light control of the
presence detector. In addition, the lighting can be manually switched and dimmed via a button. The presence-detector bindings marked in red can be
generated directly by the plug-in.
Please note: when using the input nviCIManOverride for manual override, the following behaviour is exhibited:
Switching: the lighting remains on for at least 30 mins, then goes off when there is enough brightness. The light will go off after a
preset time delay if the room is vacated (or goes into Stand-by mode).
Constant light control: control will be stopped after a manual dimming procedure. While the presence continues, the lighting remains
dimmed to the set value, regardless of the daylight.
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LON actuator
LON push button
Parameter
Switching
cpControlMode = SWITCHING
Constant light control
cpControlMode = CONSTANT_LIGHT_CONTROL
All other parameters are set to their default values.
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3.1.3 Presence detector with 1-channel switching or constant light control and SendoClic remote control
3.1.3.1
Use of the network variables setting
Presence detector with manual override via remote control. The average light measurement will be used for daylight-dependent switching or constant
light control of the presence detector. In addition, lighting can be switched and dimmed via the SendoClic user remote control; scenes can also be used.
The presence-detector bindings marked in red can be generated directly by the plug-in.
When using the input nviLightsetting for manual override, please note that after a manual dimming procedure the constant light
control remains active at the new set point value.
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LON actuator
Parameter
Switching
cpControlMode = SWITCHING
Constant light control
cpControlMode = CONSTANT_LIGHT_CONTROL
cpSceneConfig=
1,70%,1,SET_NO_MESSAGE,invalid,invalid;
2, 30%, 1, SET_NO_MESSAGE, invalid, invalid;
cpPushEventUp = 100%; SS_ON; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
cpLongPushEventU = invalid; invalid; SET_UP; 2%; invalid
cpReleaseEventU = invalid; SS_NO_MESSAGE; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
cpPushEventDown = 0%; SS_OFF; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
cpLongPushEventD = invalid; invalid; SET_DOWN; 2%; invalid
cpReleaseEventD = invalid; SS_NO_MESSAGE; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
All other parameters are set to their default values.
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3.1.3.2
Use of the manOverride network variables
Presence detector with manual override via remote control. The average light measurement will be used for daylight-dependent switching or constant
light control of the presence detector. In addition the lighting can be switched and dimmed manually via remote control. The presence-detector bindings
marked in red can be generated directly by the plug-in.
When using the input nviCIManOverride for manual override, please note that after a manual dimming procedure the constant light
control will be stopped. While the presence continues, the lighting remains dimmed to the set value, regardless of the daylight.
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LON actuator
Parameter
Switching
cpControlMode = SWITCHING
Constant light control
cpControlMode = CONSTANT_LIGHT_CONTROL
cpSceneConfig=
1,70%,1,SET_NO_MESSAGE,invalid,invalid;
2, 30%, 1, SET_NO_MESSAGE, invalid, invalid;
cpPushEventUp = 100%; SS_ON; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
cpLongPushEventU = 2%; SS_UP; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
cpReleaseEventU = invalid; SS_NO_MESSAGE; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
cpPushEventDown = 0%; SS_OFF; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
cpLongPushEventD = 2%; SS_DOWN; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
cpReleaseEventD = invalid; SS_NO_MESSAGE; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
All other parameters are set to their default values.
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3.2
Switching or constant light control of 2 light groups
3.2.1 Presence detector with 2-channel switching or constant light control
Switching or constant light control of two light groups. Subdivision into a light group close to the window and a light group close to the room interior. The
presence-detector bindings marked in red can be generated directly by the plug-in.
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LON actuator
Parameter
Switching
cpControlMode = SWITCHING
Constant light control
cpControlMode = CONSTANT_LIGHT_CONTROL
All other parameters are set to their default values.
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3.2.2 Presence detector with 2-channel switching or constant light control and presence-dependent output for HVAC
Switching or constant light control of two light groups. Subdivision into a light group close to the window and a light group close to the room interior. In
addition, a second occupancy sensor is used for the presence-dependent control of HVAC. The presence-detector bindings marked in red can be generated
directly by the plug-in.
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LON HVAC actuator
Space Comfort Controller
Object Type 850X
nviSpaceTemp
SNVT_temp_p
nviOccSensor
SNVT_occupancy
Mandatory
Network
Variables
nvoSpaceTemp
SNVT_temp_p
nvoUnitStatus
SNVT_hvac_status
Optional
Network
Variables
Configuration Properties
Mandatory
Optional
Sunblind Controller
Object Type 6111
Mandatory
Network
Variables
LON actuator
Optional
nviOccSensor
SNVT_occupancy
Network
Variables
nvoSblndSetting
SNVT_setting
nvoSblndState
SNVT_sblnd_state
Configuration Properties
Mandatory
Optional
Parameter
Switching
cpControlMode = SWITCHING
Constant light control
cpControlMode = CONSTANT_LIGHT_CONTROL
All other parameters are set to their default values.
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3.2.3 Presence detector with 2-channel switching or constant light control and manual override
3.2.3.1
Use of the network variables setting
Switching or constant light control of two light groups, with manual override. Subdivision into a light group close to the window and a light group close
to the room interior. In addition, the lighting can be manually switched and dimmed via a button. The presence-detector bindings marked in red can be
generated directly by the plug-in.
When using the input nviLightsetting for manual override, please note that after a manual dimming procedure the constant light
control remains active at the new set point value.
LON actuator
LON push button
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LON push button
Parameter
Switching
cpControlMode = SWITCHING
Constant light control
cpControlMode = CONSTANT_LIGHT_CONTROL
All other parameters are set to their default values.
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3.2.3.2
Use of the manOverride network variables
Switching or constant light control of two light groups, with manual override. Subdivision into a light group close to the window and a light group close
to the room interior. In addition, the lighting can be manually switched and dimmed via a button. The presence-detector bindings marked in red can be
generated directly by the plug-in.
Please note: when using the input nviCIManOverride for manual override, the following behaviour is exhibited:
Switching: the lighting remains on for at least 30 mins, then goes off when there is enough brightness. The light will go off after a
preset time delay if the room is vacated (or goes into Stand-by mode).
Constant light control: control will be stopped after a manual dimming procedure. While the presence continues, the lighting remains
dimmed to the set value, regardless of the daylight.
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LON actuator
LON push button
LON push button
Parameter
Switching
cpControlMode = SWITCHING
Constant light control
cpControlMode = CONSTANT_LIGHT_CONTROL
All other parameters are set to their default values.
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3.2.4 Presence detector with 2-channel switching or constant light control and SendoClic remote control
3.2.4.1
Use of the network variables setting
Switching or constant light control of two light groups, with manual override via remote control. Subdivision into a light group close to the window and
a light group close to the room interior. In addition, lighting can be switched and dimmed via the SendoClic user remote control; scenes can also be used.
The presence-detector bindings marked in red can be generated directly by the plug-in.
When using the input nviLightsetting for manual override, please note that after a manual dimming procedure the constant light
control remains active at the new set point value.
LON actuator
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Parameter
Switching
Constant light control
cpControlMode = SWITCHING
cpControlMode = CONSTANT_LIGHT_CONTROL
cpSceneConfig=
1,70%,1,SET_NO_MESSAGE,invalid,invalid;
2, 30%, 1, SET_NO_MESSAGE, invalid, invalid;
cpPushEventUp = 100%; SS_ON; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
cpLongPushEventU = invalid; invalid; SET_UP; 2%; invalid
cpReleaseEventU = invalid; SS_NO_MESSAGE; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
cpPushEventDown = 0%; SS_OFF; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
cpLongPushEventD = invalid; invalid; SET_DOWN; 2%; invalid
cpReleaseEventD = invalid; SS_NO_MESSAGE; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
All other parameters are set to their default values.
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3.2.4.2
Use of the manOverride network variables
Switching or constant light control of two light groups, with manual override via remote control. Subdivision into a light group close to the window and
a light group close to the room interior. In addition, lighting can be switched and dimmed via the SendoClic user remote control; scenes can also be used.
The presence-detector bindings marked in red can be generated directly by the plug-in.
Please note: for behaviour during switching or constant light control see Section 3.2.3.2
LON actuator
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Parameter
Switching
Constant light control
cpControlMode = SWITCHING
cpControlMode = CONSTANT_LIGHT_CONTROL
cpSceneConfig=
1,70%,1,SET_NO_MESSAGE,invalid,invalid;
2, 30%, 1, SET_NO_MESSAGE, invalid, invalid;
cpPushEventUp = 100%; SS_ON; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
cpLongPushEventU = 2%; SS_UP; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
cpReleaseEventU = invalid; SS_NO_MESSAGE; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
cpPushEventDown = 0%; SS_OFF; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
cpLongPushEventD = 2%; SS_DOWN; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
cpReleaseEventD = invalid; SS_NO_MESSAGE; SET_NO_MESSAGE_; invalid; invalid
All other parameters are set to their default values.
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4.
Plug-in
A plug-in is available for convenient configuration of the presence detector. In particular it allows the configuration of parameters, shows information on
the detector's operating status and is able to generate bindings for typical application cases at the press of a button.
4.1 Operation of the plug-in
The plug-in can be operated using the intuitive icons:
Description of the icons:
Icon
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Function
Description
Open
A saved parameter configuration can be loaded into the plug-in.
Save
The entire device configuration performed with the plug-in is written to a configuration file.
Read
Loads configuration from the presence detector
Write
Saves the settings made in the LNS database
Reset
The presence detector will be reset to the default settings it had when delivered.
General settings
For information about the device and the creation of basic bindings, see Section 4.2
objects
Configuration of the objects, see Section 4.3
Diagnostics, Maintain
Information on the bindings and the status of the presence detector, see Section 4.4
Settings
Plug-in settings, especially language selection
Information
Information about the plug-in, especially the software version
documentation
LON manual will be opened as a PDF.
Close
Terminates the plug-in
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4.2 General settings
Device name, loaded application, Neuron ID, program version, device, article number are shown in the general settings. In addition, two fields are available
for text input, one for the installation location, the other for a general description.
4.2.1Basic function setting
As a special feature, the basic function of the presence detector can be selected. At the press of a button the bindings required for the selected presence
detector function will be generated. The plug-in checks whether bindings already exist. If no bindings exist, they will be generated automatically. If bindings already exist, these must first be deleted before they can be automatically generated.
The following basic functions are available:
Function
Use SendoClic
Presence detector with 1 light group, switching
No
Presence detector with 1 light group, switching
Yes
Presence detector with 2 light groups, switching
No
Presence detector with 2 light groups, switching
Yes
Presence detector with 1 light group, constant light control
No
Presence detector with 1 light group, constant light control
Yes, with control inactive after manual override (school)
Presence detector with 1 light group, constant light control
Yes, with control active after manual override (office)
Presence detector with 2 lighting groups, constant light control
No
Presence detector with 2 lighting groups, constant light control
Yes, with control inactive after manual override (school)
Presence detector with 2 lighting groups, constant light control
Yes, with control active after manual override (office)
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4.3 Objects
4.3.1Occupancy sensor
The following object configuration page is available for the occupancy sensor
The following parameter settings can be made (bold: default):
Name
LON name
Values
Description
Debounce time
cpDebounce
0 s | 1 s | 5 s | 10 s | 20 s | 30 s | 1 min |
2 min | 3 min | 4 min | 5 min | 10 min | 15
min | 20 min | 25 min | 30 min | userdefined
Time delay for the reset of nvoOccup after the motion
ends, plus an internal delay of 5 s.
Cyclical transmission
cpMaxSendTime
inactive | 10 s | 20 s | 30 s | 40 s | 50 s | 1
min | 2 min | 5 min | 10 min | 15 min | 20
min | 25 min | 30 min | user-defined
The output status for the output nvoOccup can be
transmitted cyclically.
Detection sensitivity
cpSensitivity
1 veru insensitive | 2 insensitive | 3 standard | 4 sensitive | 5 very sensitive
Detection sensitivity for the presence detection:
1: Low sensitivity
2: Reduced sensitivity
3: Average sensitivity, default setting
4: Increased sensitivity
5: High sensitivity
LED presence display
cpLedIndicator
Inactive | Active
Inactive: LED indicates movement only in test mode
Active: LED indicates movement in normal mode and
test mode.
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4.3.2Light Sensor
The following object configuration page is available for the light sensor
The following parameter settings can be made (bold: default):
Name
LON name
Values
Description
Room correction factor
cpReflection
0.05 | 0.1 | 0.15 | 0.2 | 0.25 | 0.3 | 0.35
|0.4 | 0.45 | 0.5 | 0.55 | 0.6 | 0.65 | 0.7 |
0.75 | 0.8 | 0.85 | 0.9 | 0.95 | 1.0 | 1.05
| 1.1 | 1.15 | 1.2 | 1.25 | 1.3 | 1.35 | 1.4 |
1.45 | 1.5 | 1.55 | 1.6 | 1.65 | 1.7 | 1.75 |
1.8 | 1.85 | 1.9 | 1.95 | 2.0 | calibrated
The room correction factor will be calculated automatically from cpFieldCalib when it has an entry, but can
also be entered manually.
"Calibrated" means that a calibration of the detector
was carried out, see Section 4.3.2.1
Minimum transmission
pause
cpMinSendTime
inactive | 0.2 s | 1 s | 5 s | 10 s | 20 s | 30
s | 1 min | 2 min | 3 min | 4 min | 5 min
| 6 min | 7 min | 8 min | 9 min | 10 min |
user-defined
Minimum transmission pause for nvoLuxLevel.
Maximum time between
two telegrams
cpMaxSendTime
inactive | 10 s | 20 s | 30 s | 40 s | 50 s | 1
min | 2 min | 5 min | 10 min | 15 min | 20
min | 25 min | 30 min | user-defined
Heartbeat for nvoLuxLevel.
Minimum value change
cpMinDelta
1 ... 100%, increment 0.5%, 5%
Minimum value change that leads to the nvoLuxLevel
being sent again
4.3.2.1 Calibration of the light measurement
Proceed as follows to calibration the light measurement. Please note the explanation of calibration in Section 2.3.3:
1. The Lux meter is placed on the work surface below the sensor and the measured lux value is entered.
2. Press the button Calibrate light measurement.
3. The reflection factor cpReflection is calculated automatically. The calibrated actual value of the light measurement will be shown.
4. In the Room correction factor field calibrated is shown and/or the calculated room correction factor is visible.
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4.3.3Occupancy controller
The following object configuration page is available for every occupancy controller
The following parameter settings can be made (bold: default):
Name
LON name
Values
Description
Time delay
nciHoldTime
10 s | 30 s | 60 s | 90 s | 2 min | 3 min |
4 min | 5 min | 6 min | 7 min | 8 min | 9
min | 10 min | 12 min | 15 min | 20 min
| 25 min | 30 min | 40 min | 50 min | 60
min | 70 min | 80 min | 90 min | 100 min
| user-defined
The time delay for the outputs nvoOccupLampVal and
nvoOccupSetting. nciHoldTime is restarted whenn any
motion occurs (OCCUPIED to nviOccup).
Switch-on delay
nciSwitchOnDelay inactive | 10 s | 20 s | 30 s | 45 s | 1
min | 2 min | 3 min | 4 min | 5 min | 6
min | 7 min | 8 min | 9 min | 10 min | 12
min | 15 min | 20 min | 25 min | 30 min |
user-defined
Switch-on dimming value
cpPrimeVal
1 ... 100%, increment 0.5%, 100%
Output value from nvoOccLampVal when present via
nviOccup
Switch-on dimming value
when presence in the
vicinity
cpSecondVal
1 ... 100%, increment 0.5%, 0%
Output value from nvoOccLampVal during presence of
adjacent zones ("light island") via nviOccupSecond.
Behaviour at start/end of
presence
cpOnOffBehavPri
Send ON and OFF | Only send ON | Only
send OFF
Describes what telegram is sent when presence begins
and ends.
Behaviour at start/end of
presence in the vicinity
cpOnOffBehavSec Send ON and OFF | Only send ON | Only
send OFF
Describes what telegram is sent (via nviOccupSecond)
when presence begins and ends.
Scene when presence
begins
cpScenePrimeOn
0 ... 255, 0
Scene when room occupied
Scene when presence ends
cpScenePrimeOff
0 ... 255, 0
Scene when room unoccupied
Adaptive time delay
cpAdaptiveDelay
On | Off
Recommended setting:
For control of a constant light controller: On
For control of HVAC: Off
Test presence
nciTestMode
On | Off
For information about test presence see Chapter 7 /
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4.3.4Constant Light Controller
The following object configuration page is available for every constant light controller
The following parameter settings can be made (bold: default):
Name
LON name
Values
Control type
cpControlMode
Switching | Constant light control
Function mode
cpSemiAutomatic Fully automatic | Semi-automatic
Brightness level
nciLuxSetpoint
10 lx | 12 lx | 14 lx | 16 lx | 20 lx | 22 lx | 24 lx | 26 lx | 28 lx | 30 lx
| 35 lx | 40 lx | 45 lx | 50 lx | 55 lx | 60 lx | 65 lx | 70 lx | 80 lx | 90
lx | 100 lx | 110 lx | 120 lx | 130 lx | 140 lx | 150 lx | 160 lx | 170
lx | 180 lx | 190 lx | 200 lx | 220 lx | 240 lx | 260 lx | 280 lx | 300
lx | 320 lx | 340 lx | 360 lx | 380 lx | 400 lx | 420 lx | 440 lx | 460
lx | 480 lx | 500 lx | 550 lx | 600 lx | 650 lx | 700 lx | 750 lx | 800
lx | 850 lx | 900 lx | 950 lx | 1000 lx | 1100 lx | 1200 lx | 1300 lx |
1400 lx | 1500 lx | 1600 lx | 1700 lx | 1800 lx | 1900 lx | 2000 lx |
Measurement off (only dependent on presence) | user-defined
Teach-in brightness set
point value
nciTeachin
Button: Teach-In
Teach-in overwrites brightness setpoint
with the currently measured brightness.
Standby time light
nciStandbyEnable
inactive | active
When the presence ends, lighting is not
switched off, but serves as orientation
light.
Light stand-by time
cpStandbyHoldT
30 s | 1 min | 2 min | 3 min | 4 min | 5 min | 6 min | 7 min | 8
min | 9 min | 10 min | 12 min | 15 min | 20 min | 25 min | 30
min | 40 min | 50 min | 60 min | on | user-defined
Faded out when "Standby time light =
inactive"
Standby brightness
cpStandbySetPoint
10 lx | 12 lx | 14 lx | 16 lx | 20 lx | 22 lx | 24 lx | 26 lx | 28 lx | 30 lx |
35 lx | 40 lx | 45 lx | 50 lx | 55 lx | 60 lx | 65 lx | 70 lx | 80 lx | 90 lx |
100 lx | 110 lx | 120 lx | 130 lx | 140 lx | 150 lx | 160 lx | 170 lx | 180
lx | 190 lx | 200 lx | user-definined
Faded out when "Standby time light =
inactive"
Standby value
cpStandbyValue
1 ... 25%, increment 0.5%, 10%
Max. dimming value in stand-by mode
Cyclical transmission
cpMaxSendTime
inactive | 10 s | 20 s | 30 s | 40 s | 50 s | 1 min | 2 min | 5 min |
10 min | 15 min | 20 min | 25 min | 30 min | user-defined
Max. time between two updates for the
light output
Switch-on dimming value cpClPrimeVal
1 ... 100%, increment 0.5%, 100%
Dimming value when switching on
(switching) or switch-on value of the
control system (constant light control)
Control behaviour
Standard | Medium | Fast
Faded out when "control type =
switching"
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4.3.5Remote control
The following object configuration page is available for every remote controller
The following parameter settings can be made (bold: default):
Name
LON name
Short button
press event p
cpPushEventUp
Long button
press event p
cpLongPushEventU
Event when
released p
cpReleaseEventU
Short button
press event q
cpPushEvent- nvoRemoteSwitch
Down
nvoRemoteSetting
Long button
press event q
cpLongPushEventD
Release event q cpReleaseEventD
Allocation of IR
group address
Shortest time
between two
telegrams
Use of the user
app
Object
Values
nvoRemoteSwitch
ON | OFF | INVALID | NO_MESSAGE | UP | DOWN
0 ... 100%, 100%
nvoRemoteSetting
SET_NO_MESSAGE | SET_ON | SET_OFF | SET_UP
| SET_DOWN | SET_STATE | SET_STOP
ON | OFF | INVALID | NO_MESSAGE | UP | DOWN
0 ... 100%, 0%
nvoRemoteSwitch
nvoRemoteSetting
nvoRemoteSwitch
nvoRemoteSetting
nvoRemoteSwitch
nvoRemoteSetting
nvoRemoteSwitch
nvoRemoteSetting
cpRcGroupAdress
SET_NO_MESSAGE | SET_ON | SET_OFF | SET_UP
| SET_DOWN | SET_STATE | SET_STOP
ON | OFF | INVALID | NO_MESSAGE | UP | DOWN
SET_NO_MESSAGE | SET_ON | SET_OFF | SET_UP
| SET_DOWN | SET_STATE | SET_STOP
ON | OFF | INVALID | NO_MESSAGE | UP | DOWN
SET_NO_MESSAGE | SET_ON | SET_OFF | SET_UP
| SET_DOWN | SET_STATE | SET_STOP
ON | OFF | INVALID | NO_MESSAGE | UP | DOWN
SET_NO_MESSAGE | SET_ON | SET_OFF | SET_UP
| SET_DOWN | SET_STATE | SET_STOP
ON | OFF | INVALID | NO_MESSAGE | UP | DOWN
SET_NO_MESSAGE | SET_ON | SET_OFF | SET_UP
| SET_DOWN | SET_STATE | SET_STOP
I | II | III
cpMinSendTime
inactive | 0.2 s | 0.4 s | 0.6 s | 0.8 s | 1 s | 2 s | 5 s |
user-defined
cpClicAppEnable
Active | inactive
- 359.98 ° ...
360 °, invalid
0 ... 100%, 2%
0 ... 100%, 0%
- 359.98 ° ...
360 °, invalid
0 ... 100%, 0%
0 ... 100%, 0%
- 359.98 ° ...
360 °, invalid
0 ... 100%, 0%
0 ... 100%, 0%
- 359.98 ° ...
360 °, invalid
0 ... 100%, 2%
0 ... 100%, 0%
- 359.98 ° ...
360 °, invalid
0 ... 100 %, 0 %
0 ... 100 %, 0 %
- 359.98 ° ...
360 °, invalid
Note: The commands UP, DOWN are not defined with nvoRemoteSwitch. If the object nviRemoteFb is linked, when UP/DOWN is received the feedback
value will be sent plus or minus the defined %value. If the object nviRemoteFb is not linked, when UP/DOWN is received the last output value will be sent
plus or minus the defined % value.
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4.3.6Scene panel
The following object configuration page is available for the scene panel
The following parameter settings can be made (bold: default):
Name
LON name
Values
Scene button 1
cpSceneNumber1
0 ... 255, 1
Scene button 2
cpSceneNumber2
0 ... 255, 2
Allocation of IR group
address
cpScGroupAddress
I | II | III
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4.3.7Scene Controller
The following object configuration page is available for the Scene Controller
The following parameter settings can be made (bold: default):
Name
LON name
Output value
1st scene
cpSceneConfig 1 ... 255,
1
nvoRemoteSwitch ON | OFF | INVALID | NO_MESSAGE
Output value
2nd Scene
cpSceneConfig 1 ... 255,
2
nvoRemoteSwitch ON | OFF | INVALID | NO_MESSAGE
Output value
3rd - 8th
scene
cpSceneConfig 1 ... 255,
free
nvoRemoteSwitch ON | OFF | INVALID | NO_MESSAGE
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no.
Object
Values
0 ... 100 %, 70 %
nvoRemoteSetting SET_NO_MESSAGE | SET_ON | SET_OFF |
0 ... 100 %, invalid - 359.98 ° ...
SET_UP | SET_DOWN | SET_STATE | SET_STOP
360 °, invalid
0 ... 100 %, 30 %
nvoRemoteSetting SET_NO_MESSAGE | SET_ON | SET_OFF |
0 ... 100 %, invalid - 359.98 ° ...
SET_UP | SET_DOWN | SET_STATE | SET_STOP
360 °, invalid
0 ... 100 %, invalid
nvoRemoteSetting SET_NO_MESSAGE | SET_ON | SET_OFF |
0 ... 100 %, invalid - 359.98 ° ...
SET_UP | SET_DOWN | SET_STATE | SET_STOP
360 °, invalid
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5.
Parallel switching
A number of detectors can be connected in parallel in larger rooms. This makes it possible to extend the overall presence detection area.
5.1 Master/Slave parallel connection
A "Master" can be connected to several "Slaves". For this purpose the network variable nviOccup of the occupancy controller of the "Master" is linked
with the network variables nvoOccup of all "Slaves". The Slaves only supply presence information from their detection area. The Master completes the
brightness measurement and the administration of all parameter settings.
5.2 Master/Master parallel connection
Several presence detectors can be linked to one another as "Masters in parallel switching". For this purpose the network variable nviOccup of the occupancy
controller of the first "Master" is linked with the network variables nvoOccup of all presence detectors. For this purpose the network variable nviOccup
of the occupancy controller of the additional "Master" is linked with the nvoOccup of all other presence detectors. Presence detection is completed jointly
while light measurement, parameter settings and lighting control are individually processed by each Master.
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6. Start-up
6.1 Identification
The presence detector will be identified during commissioning with the service button on the back of the presence detector or without dismantling the
presence detector via the SendoPro 868-A management remote control. A network management message with the Neuron ID of the presence detector
will be sent.
6.2 Set device to original condition
The presence detector can be reset to its factory settings by pressing the service button for 10 seconds.
• This puts the device in the "unconfigured" state.
• All parameters are reset to their default values.
6.3 Switching behaviour
After power is switched on or a restart occurs the detector runs through the start-up phase. This is indicated by the LED flashing.
1. Start up phase (30 seconds)
●● The LED flashes once per second.
●● The outputs nvoLightLampValue of the constant light controller #3050 will be set to 100%/1 after 5 seconds regardless of brightness.
After 15 seconds the outputs nvoLightLampValue will be reset to 100 % / 1. Any constant light control that has been set is inactive.
●● The occupancy controller #3071 are not controlled.
●● During the start-up phase only the following IR commands are permitted:
-- Test On / Off
-- Reset
●● The current status is sent at the end of the start-up phase. When no one is present or there is sufficient brightness after 30 seconds a
0%/0 telegram is sent (light off).
2. Operation mode normal
●● The detector is ready for operation (LED off or LED indicates motion).
3. Event of malfunction
●● LED flashes rapidly
●● For troubleshooting see „9. Troubleshooting“ Page 55
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7.
Test mode presence
The test presence serves to test presence detection and parallel connection.
Activation
-- Test presence "On" with the SendoPro management remote control 868-A
-- via plug-in or configuration variable nciTestMode
End
With subsequent restart:
-- Test presence <Off> command with the SendoPro management remote control 868-A
-- Power failure and power up
-- via plug-in or configuration variable nciTestMode
-- the test-mode presence will be terminated automatically after 10 mins
View of presence test mode in the plug-in:
Bindings
The presence test mode only works correctly when the internal bindings are present. This concerns the bindings between occupancy sensor and the
occupancy controllers.
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Test response
The presence detector exhibits the following behaviour in test mode:
-- The LED shows movements detected by the internal PIR sensor. Movement information sent by slave detectors will not be shown.
-- Every occupancy controller must be set to the presence test mode separately.
-- The configuration parameters will be set specifically for the duration of the test mode regardless of the bindings.
-- The constant light controllers are not affected by the test mode. They continue to work normally.
-- The presence detector performs a reset after the end of the test mode.
Display
LED
Status
nviOccup
Status
nvoOccupLampVal
Description
ON
Occupied
100% / 1
When there is movement (LED on) every occupancy controller without time delay switches
directly because of nviOccup to 100% / 1
Off
UnOccupied
0% / 0
When absent (LED off) every occupancy controller without time delay switches directly
because of nviOccup to 0% / 0
Commands and other parameters
The following commands are possible with the management remote control in test mode presence
-- End test presence
-- Reset / New start of the detector
-- Change detection sensitivity
The selected detection sensitivity is unchanged on activation of test presence. Sensitivity can be adjusted during the test. The presence detector performs
a reset after the end of the test mode.
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8.
Integrate SendoClic user remote control
See the SendoClic operating instructions
8.1 Performance characteristics of the SendoClic user remote control
The SendoClic user remote control makes it easy to switch and dim lighting using the PlanoCentro PCLON presence detector. SendoClic has two
channels for controlling lighting groups, blinds or external channels with switching and dimming. SendoClic provides the option of saving two different
lighting scenes which can be retrieved anytime at the touch of button.
8.2 Combination of the presence detector and SendoClic
The presence detector channels and the SendoClic user remote control
channels are linked via an IR group address. Three IR group addresses are
available for linking.
The operation of a lighting group requires that the presence detector channel
IR group address and the SendoClic channel correspond.
Selection of IR group addresses enables the separation of neighbouring
detectors controlled by the SendoClic user remote control.
Procedure:
Set the coding switch in the battery compartment of the SendoClic (see table
below) so that the IR group addresses are allocated to the SendoClic channels previously set on the Plug-In page for Remote Control 1 and Remote
Control 2 as well as for the Scene Panel.
IR group address
Coding
switch
position
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Channel 1
q/p
(SendoClic)
All
I
I
I
II
II
II
III
III
III
Channel 2
q/p
(SendoClic)
All
I
II
III
I
II
Buttons
Scene 1 and 2
III
I
II
III
II+III
I+III
II+III
III
All
I
I+II
I+III
I+II
II
Afterwards define the output state for every button in the plug-in for remote
control 1 and remote control 2 and in the scene panel:
8.3 Examples of set IR group addresses
Subject
Chapter / page
One presence detector, one light channel
Chapter 8.3.1 / Page 49
One presence detector, two light channels
Chapter 8.3.2 / Page 50
A presence detector with one internal and external light channel each
Chapter 8.3.3 / Page 51
A presence detector with an internal light channel and external blinds
Chapter 8.3.4 / Page 52
Two presence detectors, each with a light channel with a shared SendoClic user remote control
Chapter 8.3.5 / Page 53
Two presence detectors, each with one light channel with separate SendoClic user remote control (restriction)
Chapter 8.3.6 / Page 54
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8.3.1One presence detector, one light channel
Description
One light channel of a presence detector is manually controlled with a SendoClic user remote control.
The constant light controller 1 of the presence detector is controlled with the left and right series of buttons on the SendoClic.
Bindings
PresenceLight 180/360 PLLON
Via nviSetting
Parameter
Via nviSwitch
PresenceLight 180/360 PLLON
Remote Control 1
Parameter (via nviSetting)
Taste p
Event when button pressed briefly
SS_ON
100 %
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_UP
2%
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
Long button press event
Event when released
Taste q
Parameter (via nviSwitch)
Taste p
Event when button pressed briefly
SS_ON
100 %
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_UP
2%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
Long button press event
Event when released
IR group address
I
Shortest time between 2 telegrams
0,2 s
Use of the user app
Active
invalid
invalid
invalid
SS_OFF
0%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_DOWN
2%
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
invalid
invalid
invalid
Taste q
invalid
invalid
invalid
SS_OFF
0%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_DOWN
2%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
invalid
invalid
invalid
Remote Control 2
see settings for Remote Control 1
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Coding switch
1
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8.3.2One presence detector, two light channels
Description
Two light channels of a presence detector are manually controlled with a SendoClic user remote control.
The constant light controller 1 of the presence detector is controlled with the left series of buttons on the SendoClic.
The constant light controller 2 of the presence detector is controlled with the right series of buttons on the SendoClic.
Bindings
via nviSetting
Parameter
PresenceLight 180/360 PLLON
via nviSwitch
Remote Control 1
Parameter (via nviSetting)
Taste p
Event when button pressed briefly
SS_ON
100 %
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_UP
2%
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
Long button press event
Event when released
Taste q
Parameter (via nviSwitch)
Taste p
Event when button pressed briefly
SS_ON
100 %
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_UP
2%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
Long button press event
Event when released
IR group address
I
Shortest time between 2 telegrams
0.2 sec
Use of the user app
Active
invalid
invalid
invalid
SS_OFF
0%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_DOWN
2%
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
invalid
invalid
invalid
Taste q
invalid
invalid
invalid
SS_OFF
0%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_DOWN
2%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
invalid
invalid
invalid
Remote Control 2
IR group address
II
All other parameters as with Remote Control 1
SendoClic
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Comment
Coding switch
2
The allocation of the SendoClic channels is changed via setting 4.
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8.3.3A presence detector with one internal and external light channel each
Description
One light channel of a presence detector, and an additional consumer, for example a switching or dimming actuator, is manually
controlled with a SendoClic user remote control.
The constant light controller 1 of the presence detector is controlled with the left and right series of buttons on the SendoClic.
The channel of the switching or dimming actuator is controlled with the right series of buttons on the SendoClic.
Bindings
Via nviSetting
Parameter
PresenceLight 180/360 PLLON
Via nviSwitch
Remote Control 1
Parameter (via nviSetting)
Button p
Event when button pressed briefly
SS_ON
100 %
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_UP
2%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
Long button press event
Event when released
Button q
Parameter (via nviSwitch)
Button p
Event when button pressed briefly
SS_ON
100 %
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_UP
2%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
Long button press event
Event when released
IR group address
I
Shortest time between 2 telegrams
0.2 sec
Use of the user app
Active
invalid
invalid
invalid
SS_OFF
0%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_DOWN
2%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
invalid
invalid
invalid
Button q
invalid
invalid
invalid
SS_OFF
0%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_DOWN
2%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
invalid
invalid
invalid
Remote Control 2
IR group address
II
All other parameters as with Remote Control 1
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Comment
Coding switch
2
The allocation of the SendoClic channels is changed via setting 4.
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8.3.4A presence detector with an internal light channel and external blinds
Description
One light channel of a presence detector, and blinds, are manually controlled with a SendoClic user remote control.
The constant light controller 1 of the presence detector is controlled with the left series of buttons on the SendoClic.
The channel of the blinds actuator is controlled with the right series of buttons on the SendoClic.
Bindings
Via nviSetting
Parameter
PresenceLight 180/360 PLLON
Via nviSwitch
Parameter Remote Control 1 (via nviSetting)
Taste p
Event when button pressed briefly
SS_ON
SET_NO_MESSAGE
100 %
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_UP
2%
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
Taste p
SS_ON
SET_NO_MESSAGE
100 %
invalid
Long button press event
SS_UP
SET_NO_MESSAGE
2%
invalid
Event when released
SS_NO_MESSAGE
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
invalid
Long button press event
Event when released
Parameter Remote Control 1 (via nviSwitch)
Event when button pressed briefly
IR group address
I
Shortest time between 2 telegrams
0,2 s
Use of the user app
Active
Taste q
Parameter Remote Control 2
Taste p
Event when button pressed briefly
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_DOWN
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_OFF
0%
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
Long button press event
Event when released
IR-Group address
SS_OFF
SET_NO_MESSAGE
0%
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_DOWN
2%
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
invalid
invalid
Taste q
SS_OFF
SET_NO_MESSAGE
0%
invalid
invalid
invalid
SS_DOWN
SET_NO_MESSAGE
2%
invalid
invalid
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
invalid
invalid
invalid
invalid
invalid
invalid
Taste q
- 10 °
invalid
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_UP
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_ON
100 %
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
+ 10 °
invalid
invalid
II
All other parameters as with Remote Control 1
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Comment
Coding switch
2
The assignment of the SendoClic channels is changed via setting 4.
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8.3.5Two presence detectors, each with a light channel with a shared SendoClic user remote control
Description
One light channel can be manually controlled by two presence detectors using a SendoClic user remote control.
The constant light controller 1 of the first presence detector is controlled with the left series of buttons on the SendoClic.
The constant light controller 1 of the presence detector is controlled with the second series of buttons on the SendoClic.
Bindings
Via nviSetting
Parameter
PresenceLight 180/360 PLLON Presence detector 1
Parameter Remote Control 1 (via nviSetting)
Button p
Event when button is pressed briefly
Via nviSwitch
Button q
SS_ON
100 %
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
Long button press event
SS_UP
2%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
Event when released
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
Parameter Remote Control 1 (via nviSwitch)
Taste p
Event when button is pressed briefly
SS_ON
100 %
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_UP
2%
Long button press event
invalid
invalid
invalid
SS_OFF
0%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_DOWN
2%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
invalid
invalid
invalid
Taste q
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
Event when released
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
IR group address
I
Shortest time between 2 telegrams
0.2 sec
Use of the user app
Active
invalid
invalid
invalid
SS_OFF
0%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_DOWN
2%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
invalid
invalid
invalid
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Parameter Remote Control 1
Button p
IR group address
II
Button q
All other parameters as with detector 1
SendoClic
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Control element
Setting
Comment
Coding switch
2
The assignment of the SendoClic channels is changed via setting 4.
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PresenceLight 180/360 PLLON LON presence detectors
8.3.6Two presence detectors, each with one light channel with separate SendoClic user remote control (restriction)
Description
One light channel each is manually controlled by two presence detectors in the same room using two SendoClic user remote controls.
The constant light controller 1 of the first presence detector is controlled with the series of buttons on one SendoClic.
The constant light controller 1 of the second presence detector is controlled with the series of buttons on another SendoClic.
Bindings
Via nviSetting
Parameter
PresenceLight 180/360 PLLON Presence detector 1
Parameter Remote Control 1 (via nviSetting)
Button p
Event when button briefly pressed
Via nviSwitch
Button q
SS_ON
100 %
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
Long button press event
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_UP
2%
Event when released
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
Parameter Remote Control 1 (via nviSwitch)
Button p
Event when button briefly pressed
SS_ON
100 %
invalid
Long button press event
SS_UP
SET_NO_MESSAGE
2%
invalid
Event when released
SS_NO_MESSAGE
SET_NO_MESSAGE
I
0,2 s
Active
invalid
invalid
PresenceLight 180/360 PLLON Presence detector 2
Parameter Remote Control 1
Button p
IR group address
invalid
invalid
0%
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_DOWN
2%
SS_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
invalid
invalid
invalid
Button q
SET_NO_MESSAGE
IR group address
Shortest time between 2 telegrams
Use of the user app
invalid
SS_OFF
SS_OFF
0%
invalid
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
invalid
invalid
SS_DOWN
SET_NO_MESSAGE
2%
invalid
invalid
invalid
SS_NO_MESSAGE
SET_NO_MESSAGE
invalid
invalid
invalid
Button q
II
All other parameters as with detector 1
SendoClic 1
Control element
Setting
Coding switch
1
Comment
SendoClic 2
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Control element
Setting
Coding switch
4
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PresenceLight 180/360 PLLON LON presence detectors
9.
Troubleshooting
Fault / error
Cause
Light does not switch on and/or switches off if presence is detected and in
darkness
Lux value is set too low; detector set on semi-automatic; light was switched off manually via push
button or SendoClic; person not within detection range; obstruction(s) interfere with detection; time
delay set too short
Light stays on with detection of presence Lux value is set too high; the light was just switched on manually via push button or SendoClic (wait
despite sufficient brightness
30 minutes); detector is in test mode
Light does not switch off and/or light
switches on spontaneously when no one
is present
Wait for time delay (self-learning); thermal sources of interference in the detection area: fan heaters,
incandescent lamps / halogen spotlight, moving objects (e.g. curtains hanging in an open window)
Error flashing (4 x per second)
Malfunction during start-up phase or during operation; device is not fully functional!
Display of the error bits of the device
status in the node object
3 error bits can be shown:
Bit 0: invalid configuration variables (nci) in the EEPROM
Bit 1: invalid configuration parameters (cp)
Bit 2: Hardware malfunction
Error bits 0 and 1 can be cleared by parameter download (resync with LNS database)
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