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vasilis vounatsos

vasilis 3 months ago in Devices / KNX updated 3 months ago 3

I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW TO PUT A BUTTON IN COMFORT CLICK WHICH CAN HANDLE A SHUTTER ACTUATOR (ROLLER SHTTER SWITCH N 523/3). I HAVE A MOOD MAKER (PUSH BUTTON 5WG1220-2AB21) WHICH THW FUNCION IS INPUTS,JOINTLYCONFIGURED. IT SEEMS LIKE LIKE ONE BUTTON IN ONE SINGLE GROUP ADDRESS. WITH WHAT BUTTON IN CONFORT CLICK I CAN SEPERATE THE TWO FUNCTIONS ?

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Hello Vasilis,

not sure if I completely understand the question, but you can add more functions to a single button in the visualization in bOS.

You can select the button in the visualization set Enable form to True under Operation function and then link a panel with multiple functions to it.

In order to link a panel, you will have to create a Control panel under your tasks or devices and create a frame with additional devices or functions, which you can then link in the the Form option.

Hope this helps!

Best regards.

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Hello,

After reading twice, I think I got there (correct me if I'm wrong):

You have a single push button, and that push button which is connected to a binary input is configured as "Up-Stop-Dw".

So in practice, you make a long press to go up, short press to stop, long press again to do down.

When you get later to the button, you never know in which direction it will go on the first long press, because you can't remember if the last long press was up or down. The only option in this, would be using two binary inputs, and place a double push button.

This is a typical situation, and I really can't understand the point of "saving" one binary input and a "double button". But, I have to respect who does that.

Now:

Even if this is the case, in practice you're still using two different group addresses, and not one as you mentioned.

Group address for Up/Dw movement (long press)

Group address for Step/Stop movement (short press)

You can do this two ways:

If you have the percentage group address available for that shutter, you can simply use a 0-100% slider for that shutter.

Or, you can use the separate objects on bOS. The best in this case, if you don't have or don't want to use percentage, would be using 3 separate buttons, Up - Stop - Dw.

The only difference on Up and Dw button, is the function. On the Up button, you have choose "False", and on the Dw button you have to choose "True".

You can combine those buttons on a single frame, as the ComfortClick team described above.

Best regards

THANK YOY VERY MUCH FOR YOUR ADVICES.