Smart Socket Air Setup

How to setup your Smart Socket Air.

Loxone Musterkoffer

Technical Data

  • Suitable for a voltage of 85 - 265VAC
  • Max. switching capacity: 13A
  • Integrated measurement of energy (kWh), power (kW) and temperature (-20 to 50°C)
  • Frequency: 868MHz
  • Power consumption: <500mW
  • Protection: IP20

Transfer of energy and power:

Every 5 minutes information about the energy and power is sent to the Miniserver.
If a 5% change in the data occurs this update is sent immediately to the Miniserver.

Transmission of the temperature:

Every 5 minutes the temperature is sent to the Miniserver.

FCC Rules

Contains FCC ID: COR-ZWIR4512AC1.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation
is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.

Plug types

Type B

Used in:

USA, Turkmenistan, Trinidad, Tobago, Thailand, Thaiti, Saudi Arabia, Puerto Rico, Peru, Paraguay, Panama, Okinawa, Niger, Netherlands Antilles, Montserrat, Micronesia, Liberia, Lebanon, Colombia, Canada, Cayman Islands, Virgin Islands, Japan, Jamaica, Honduras, Haiti, Guyana, Guatemala, Guam, Ecuador, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Brazil, Bermuda, Barbados, Aruba, Barbuda, Venezuela.

Type E

Used in:

France, Belgium, Monaco, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Tunisia, many former French colonies.

Type G

Used in:

United Kingdom, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belize, Bhutan, Botswana, Brunei, Dominica, El Salvador, Falkland Islands, Gambia, Guatemala, Guyana, Hong Kong, Ireland, Isle of Man, Yemen, Cambodia, Channel Islands, Qatar, Kenya, Kuwait, Lebanon, Macau , Malawi, Malaysia, Maledicen, Malta, Mauritius, Myanmar, Nigeria, Oman, Zambia, Seychelles, Tanzania, Cyprus, Singapore.

Type J

Used in:

Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Maldives, Madagascar, Rwanda, Ethiopia, El Salvador, Jordan.

Type F

Used in:

Afghanistan, Algeria, Andorra, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Germany, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Indonesia, Iceland, Italy / San Marino / Vatican City, Korea, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Montenegro, Moldova, Netherlands, Norway , Austria, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Sweden, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, South Korea, Syria, Turkey, Ukraine, Hungary.

Setup in Loxone Config

Plug in your Smart Socket and then open up Loxone Config. In order to learn in the Smart Socket you need to activate the Air Monitor. Click on the Air Base extension in the periphery window and then in the context bar at the top check the tick box 'Air Monitor'.

Now press and hold the learn button for 5 seconds on the Smart Socket - see the picture below.

When the program button is held for 5 seconds the Smart Socket sends a signal which can be seen in the Air Monitor. A short press works as a digital input.

Switch the Air Monitor to the learn mode and click on the correct Smart Socket signal. Enter a name for this Smart Socket and then click 'Create device'. The Smart Socket can now be seen in the periphery tree underneath the Air Base Extension.

Additional information

Update

The Air devices will run their update automatically in the background, and they will function throughout the update. 

If the Air devices are updating when the Miniserver and the Air Base Extension are rebooted then the Air devices will restart the update from the beginning after the reboot. 

The update can take up to an hour so do be aware of this! You can check the version of the devices by looking in Device status. Click on the Miniserver tab and then click the Device status button once.

LED States

Flashing yellow Haven't yet been paired with the Air Base
Flashing red No connection to the Air Base possible
Flashes green for 3 secs After being restarted a connection to the Air Base was successful
No LED Device operational

Energy measurement

You can connect the energy and power inputs of the Smart Socket Air to an Electricity meter function block to display things like Today's usage, This Month's usage etc. You can also simply tick 'Use' on the inputs in the properties to show the current energy and power readings.