Information on how to install and configure your Loxone Extension
- 12x digital inputs 24VDC (also suitable for use as frequency inputs e.g. In combination with a wind sensor)
• Minimum pulse width: 3ms
• Maximum frequency: 150Hz
• Accuracy: +/- 1Hz
• Input resistance: 10kΩ
- The 24VDC supply on the digital inputs is rated at 100mA, it is not intended for high loads.
- 4x analogue inputs
0 - 10VDC with 10 bit resolution
- 8x digital outputs (relays) 250VAC 5A at cosφ=1, 30VDC 5A
(for large loads use a coupling relay)
- 4x analogue outputs 0 - 10VDC
Maximum 20mA output load
- Compact design for DIN rail mounting
- Dimensions: 156 x 88 x 57mm (T9 housing)
- Power consumption without relays: 60mA
- Power consumption with all relays: 120mA
- Power supply via 24VDC adapter
- Protected against excessive voltage at the relay
- Protection: IP20
- Operating Temperature: 0 to 50°C
- Connected via Loxone Link
- Safety shutdown: If the CPU temperature increases over 87°C, all the digital outputs are turned off. Once the temperature drops below 72°C, the respective digital outputs are turned on. The CPU temperature is updated on startup and if there is a temperature change of more than 5°C.
- Mount the Extension on the DIN rail
- Connect 24VDC power supply, but do not switch on until the whole installation is completed
(we recommend looping power through the Miniserver)
- Connect the inputs and outputs
- Connect the Loxone Link
- Note: If this is the last extension, terminate the Loxone Link with a 120Ω resistor (included with the Miniserver)
- Turn on the power supply
- After a few seconds, the left LED will flash green if the Extension is already configured, orange if not
EXTENSIONS ARE CONNECTED TO THE MINISERVER WITH LOXONE LINK
To add one or more extensions to the program the simplest way is to connect up the extensions to the Miniserver using the Loxone Link and looping power. Then do a search in Loxone Config by pressing the button "Peripheral Search", which will bring all the connected extensions. You can highlight a single extension, give it a name and then click Create device which will add in the highlighted extension. Or you can click on Create all devices which will add all the connected extensions in to the program with the correct serial numbers.
If you have installed several extensions of the same type and cannot identify which one is which (for example 2 DMX extensions) then you can use the software to identify a device. Simply click on the device in the periphery tree and the extension will flash red, green and yellow very quickly so you can identify it.
EXTENSIONS ARE NOT CONNECTED TO THE MINISERVER
If there is no physical extensions connected to the Miniserver they cannot be found in the search. However you can add the extensions to the program so you can configure a system before installing. In the configuration software, connect to your Miniserver and download the existing configuration (if there is one) from the Miniserver.
Select the 'Devices' drop-down menu on the Periphery tab and select the required extension, then fill in the serial number in the properties.
If an extension has been replaced you need to add the serial number in the properties. Click on the extension in the periphery tree. Enter the serial number of the extension in the properties section.
The serial number is on the back of your extension. You can find the number just below the barcode (see picture).
An Extension can also be replaced in the Peripheral Search.
Mount the new Extension and run the Peripheral Search. Highlight the Extension (not used) and choose the device you would like to replace in the drop-down menu.
Finally press "OK" and save your program into the Miniserver. The Extension has now been replaced.
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