The Intercom function block is used to integrate and program the Loxone Intercom.
This allows intercom and video via the user interface or App.
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|Ib||Trigger input for doorbell||Activates the doorbell.|
|Mute||Mutes the doorbell when ON||Doorbell via Audio Player and output Qb is deactivated. Instead, output Qmute is activated when ringing.|
|TTS||Text to speech||Text input for playing a voice message over the Intercom speakers|
|R||Reset||Disables the block|
|Qb||Doorbell||Output for controlling a doorbell|
|Qmute||Doorbell muted||Output for controlling an alternative when doorbell is muted|
|Q1||User-defined function 1||Can be triggered from the user interface|
|Q2||User-defined function 2||Can be triggered from the user interface|
|Q3||User-defined function 3||Can be triggered from the user interface|
|IC||API Connector||To assign this block to an Intercom, connect the API Connector of the Loxone Intercom to this output.|
|Abbreviation||Summary||Description||Unit||Value Range||Default Value|
|Bmax||Ringing duration||Setting of the maximum ringing duration when no one answers. Also applies to outputs Qb and Qmute.||s||0...∞||60|
|Lbr||Backlight brightness||Setting the brightness for the bell button illumination||%||0...100||50|
|Lon||Backlight permanent||Activates the illumination of the bell button permanently||-||-||0|
|Q1: User-Defined Function 1||Name for function 1
e.g. door release
|Q2: User-Defined Function 2||Name for function 2
e.g. outside light
|Q3: User-Defined Function 3||Name for function 3
e.g. Inside Light
|Reply with message||The specified text is played back as a voice message on the Intercom when selecting it in the user interface.||-|
|Bell output||Pair the Intercom with your Audio Players to play a ringtone when the doorbell is pressed.||-|
First, a Loxone Intercom is paired.
The block is automatically created when the Loxone Intercom is dragged from the periphery tree to the programming page:
The doorbell button input of the Intercom must be connected to the block's Ib input.
A separate doorbell can be connected to output Qb. Outputs Q1 - Q3 are used to control user-defined functions, such as door strikes and lighting. These can be named in the properties of the function block and are then available in the user interface to control the corresponding output.
A double-clicking on the block allows you to select Audio Player blocks. These will then play the doorbell sound when the doorbell is rung.