Loxone Touch Air Setup
How to setup your Loxone Touch Air
Power supply: CR2450 lithium battery
Power Type:Standby: 42µW (14µA)Active: 36mW (12mA)
- Temperature & Humidity
- Loxone Air network
- Frequency: 868MHz (SRD Band Europe), 915MHz (ISM Band Region 2)
- 5 Touch Zones
- Optional sound feedback when touched
- Status LED
- Expected battery life: 2 years
- Temperature measuring range: -20 ... + 80°C
- Temperature tolerance: +/- 0,5°C
- Humidity measurement range: 0 - 100%
- Humidity tolerance: +/- 2%rF
- Ambient temperature: 0 ... +55°C
- Dimensions: 55mm x 55mm without frame
- Protection: IP20
In order for the Touch Air to be learned by the Miniserver, it must first be set to learning mode.
When the battery is inserted for the first time, the device immediately goes into Learning mode. The Learning mode ends when the Touch Air has been successfully connected to the Miniserver or the 10 minute initial Learn period ends
Press the Learn button while the battery is inserted for at least 5 seconds, the sensor is now in Leaning mode.
The Learn button is located on the back of the Touch Air.
Now select the device, enter a description and press the "Create Device" button.
The Device will be located in the Periphery tree.
The following objects are available:
- Online status of the sensor
- 1 Analog Input: battery level as a percentage of 0% - 100%
- Low battery alarm: If the battery charge level falls below 15%, this input will turn on
- 5 Digital Inputs
- 1 Analog Input humidity
- 1 Analog Input temperature
In the transmission properties, the transmission cycle can be set, it is set to 30 minutes by default. Note that that more frequent updates are sent the higher the device's power consumption and lower the battery life.
The checkbox, "Audible Acknowlegement" is used to have a audible click when the touch zone is pressed.
If a device has been replaced, you need to update the serial number. You can easily do that in the Air Monitor in Loxone Config.
- mount the new device and activate the power supply or insert the battery
- search for air devices in learn-mode (as shown in the "getting started" section)
- highlight the new device and choose the device you would like to replace in the drop-down menu
Finally press "Replace Device" and save your program in the Miniserver. The device has now been replaced.
Air devices will automatically update in the background and do not affect the functionality of the device. If the update is interrupted, it will automatically restart.
The update may take up to an hour.
The version of the devices can be checked on the Device status. If the field showing the firmware level of the device is highlighted in green, the device is using the current firmware.