- Technical specifications
- Extension Configure
- General information Internorm I-tec technology
- Gateway to the Internorm I-tec products
- Up to 40 Internorm devices can be taught
- Following Loxone Link
- Dimensions: 35.5 x 88 x 57 mm (2 TE)
- Power supply 24VDC
- Power consumption max. 288mW
- Protection: IP20
- Ambient temperature: 0 … + 55 ° C
- Frequency: 868 MHz (SRD band EU)
Currently following Internorm I-tec devices are supported:
- I-tec Fan
- I-tec Shading
- I-tec Remote
- Window Contact (Config 9.0 onwards only)
Up to 40 Internorm I-tec components can be learned into the system. The actual number of controllable components is highly dependent on the environment, and may differ from the theoretical values.
In a free and open space signal ranges from 30 to – 100 meters. In any building, the range can vary greatly from the free field depending on obstacles and the nature and form of the building, as well as other environmental factors.
A mesh or repeater function is not supported.
Full software support for Internorm extension is only given as of Loxone Config 8.0 onwards.
- Mount Internorm Extension on DIN rail
- Connect Loxone link
- Attention: The last Loxone Loxone extension on link with a 120 Ω resistor schedule (included with the mini server)
- Apply 24vDC to the extension to power it up
- Blink states of the status LED:
Left LED flashes green after a few seconds when the Internorm extension is already configured, orange if not.
QUICK START GUIDE AND WIRING DIAGRAMS
Please note, that when pairing blinds it is recommended that you pair the blinds with the Internorm extension and not an Internorm remote due to limitations within the Loxone App when pairing to the remote afterwards.
Make sure that the Internorm device is in pairing mode. For specific information on your device, please refer to the device’s manual.
Select the Internorm extension and then click on “Internorm Device Search”. For window contacts, please see further below on this page as this process is somewhat different.
Warning: If the device has already been paired to something (I.E an Internorm remote), then this will no longer be paired once learned into the Internorm Extension.
In the opened window search all Internorm are devices that are in learning mode will be listed.
Select the Internorm I-tec device, enter the installation location and specify where this unit is installed using the drop-down box and then create device.
In order to complete the learning process, you must save in your Miniserver.
The device will then be listed in your periphery tree.
LEARNING IN WINDOW CONTACTS
Loxone Config version 9 onwards supports the I-tec Window Contact. The learn in process for this device is slightly different compared to the other I-tec devices. As the window contacts communication is encrypted, you must first enable window contact search in the search monitor as this will change the search mode so they can be found.
Once you have switched over to Window Contact search, you must then insert the batteries into the Window contact and then it will appear in the search after a short wait. If the batteries were already inserted, simply take them out briefly and then readd them.
I-tec devices of the same type cannot be identified separately during the learning process.