Berker KNX BIQ switch and ''Thermostat'' Library example
Simen Hagen 9 months ago in bOS Configurator / Tasks • updated 7 months ago • 10
Does anyone know if a change in setpoint performed with the physical switch affect the setpoint in bOS.
In other words, can you change setpoint with both? KNX physical switch and bOS? And it will sync. automatically?
Customer support service by UserEcho
if you have the status address linked, then bOS will display/change everything you do on the physical device, so just make sure status address linked to the control address and everything will be synced live.
Hi, could you please show me which group addresses you would use for programming this? Address and status address. Also which Value type in bOS?
B.IQ technical manual.pdf
Very much appreciated
according to the image you have sent here in the post, the address 1/0/44 can be used as status value, and the address 1/0/45 can be used for setpoint value.
Ok, thanks for your swift response. I still have some trouble with this.
This is for controlling an electric heater via a ABB binary input, not a radiator, underfloorheating or split unit. In that regard, witch DPTvalue type is to be used when importing to bOS? (from .xml)
The setpoint need to be a celcius value, not percentage. 1/0/44 and 1/0/45 is both 2bytes.. I believe that 1/0/43 might be used as setpoint value...? This address (1/0/43) is linked to the output for the heater as shown below.
for temperature control 2byte Float type is being used, allowing you to control the temperature setpoint. You can also select temperature label and temperature setpoint template in bos (selecting the group address and selecting Values tab, there you see template, or set the template when importing from ETS).
I assume it is ''DPT2OctetFloatValue'' that can be used? When I try this an error message shows up in the BOS Client SW.
the 2Byte Float (009.000) is mostly used for temperature control. Which error do you get?
Value type is set to 9.001 Temperature (C) and the template is ''Temperature setpoint''
the message I get from bOS client:
there seems to be something wrong with some buttons on the panel, try to create a new panel and add the buttons back in and try again.
Thank you! By creating a new panel it worked to add buttons. Still working on the heater.