Multi-Click

Multiple function push-button with up to four functions, pulse after click
The multi-click program block determines whether a button has been pressed one, two, three, or four times.
So you can, for example, create a function where a triple-click performs a different function to a double-click.

Table of Contents


Inputs

Abbreviation Summary Description Value Range
Tr Trigger Sends a pulse to the output (1C-4C) depending on the number of clicks. 0/1
Off Off Pulse: Outputs are reset / switched off.
On: Block is locked.
Dominating input.
0/1




Outputs

Abbreviation Summary Description Value Range
1C Pulse on single-click Pulse on single-click for the duration set in parameter (On). 0/1
2C Pulse on double-click Pulse on double-click for the duration set in parameter (On). 0/1
3C Pulse on triple-click Pulse on triple-click for the duration set in parameter (On). 0/1
4C Pulse on quad-click Pulse on quad-click for the duration set in parameter (On). 0/1
V Value triggered output Sets the value (V1c-V4c) of the triggered output.




Parameters

Abbreviation Summary Description Unit Value Range Default Value
Rem Remanence input Remanence input: If active, the function block retains its previous state after a Miniserver reboot. - 0/1 0
Tmc Time multi-click Maximum time between two pulses to count as multi-click. s 0...∞ 0,35
On On-duration of output (1C-4C) s 0...∞ 0,1
V1c Value for single-click - 1
V2c Value for double-click - 2
V3c Value for triple-click - 3
V4c Value for quad-click - 4