NFC Code Touch Tree Gen. 1

The NFC Code Touch provides access control via encrypted or unencrypted NFC tags or a key code entered via the touch keypad.

Supports permanent, one-time or temporary codes. With multi-purpose / doorbell button

Datasheet NFC Code Touch Tree Gen. 1

Table of Contents


Mounting

The NFC Code Touch is mounted directly to the wall or a suitable back box using the included mounting frame.

The mounting frame must lie flat on the wall in order to ensure secure installation. The NFC Code Touch is placed on the top of the frame and snaps into place at the bottom. To remove the device, firmly pull on the lower edge until it releases.

Water on the surface of the NFC Code Touch can interfere with its operation. After the surface dries, the NFC Code Touch automatically re-calibrates and operates as usual.


Commissioning

Connect the device to the power supply (orange/white) and Tree communication wires (green/white).

Then follow the pairing procedure


Blinking codes

A detailed listing of the different LED states can be found at here.

Blinking code Meaning
WHITE (LEDs indicate countdown) Starts when a digit is pressed and displays a timeout indicating how long the digit is valid when entering the code
GREEN fading out Indicates "Access granted" after correct code was entered & confirms universal button press (bell symbol)
RED fading out Indicates "Access denied" when incorrect code was entered
RED rapid flashing Indicates LOCK mode in which the keypad is locked. This occurs in the case of repeated incorrect code entries and when manually locking (via Input R) from Loxone Config. When locking manually, the device will remain in LOCK mode until it is again deactivated manually via Input R. If a wrong code is entered 15 times, the device enters LOCK mode for 2 minutes. During this time the Touch is disabled. The mode can be deactivated by using a valid NFC tag.
CYAN fading in/out Indicates the learning mode for NFC tags
Individual User can control all 4 LEDs (simultaneously) in individual colours via Loxone Config.

Change Sensitivity

In some settings, it may be necessary to change the sensitivity of the keypad.
This is done by sending web service commands from a browser.

Each key can be addressed via a TH number:

TH0=Proximity (determines the general sensitivity for the first keypress only)
TH1=Bell Button
TH2=Key 0
TH3=Checkmark
TH4=Key 3
TH5=Key 6
TH6=Key 9
TH7=Key 2
TH8=Key 5
TH9=Key 8
TH10=Key 1
TH11=Key 4
TH12=Key 7

Each key has a certain value assigned to it. First this value has to be queried. Example for key 2:
http://miniserver/dev/sys/wsdevice/serial/get/TH7
The result for example is value 14. Make a note of this value so that you can restore it later.

You can now reduce the sensitivity by assigning a higher value:
http://miniserver/dev/sys/wsdevice/serial/store/TH7/15
To increase the sensitivity, select a lower number.
Numbers below 10 do not need a leading zero.

Finally, the change must be accepted by restarting the device:
http://miniserver/dev/sys/wsdevice/serial/Reboot

Change the sensitivity only in small steps as in the example. Check if the keys react accordingly. If the change is not sufficient, the command can be repeated with a higher/lower number.


Actuators

Summary Unit
API Connector Text




Diagnostic Inputs

Summary Unit Value Range
Online Status NFC Code Touch Tree Gen. 1 Digital 0/1




Properties

Summary Description Default Value
Monitor Online Status When selected, you will be notified via System Status or the Mailer if the device is no longer available or goes offline. -
Serial Number Specifies the serial number of the device.
For Extensions: 'Auto' may only be used if only one Extension of this type is being used.
-
Device type Tree device type -
Audible acknowledgement Audible acknowledgement on button press -




Safety Instructions

The installation must be carried out by a qualified technician in accordance with all applicable regulations.

The installation requires a suitable enclosure to ensure protection against contact, water and dust.

The device must not be used as part of safety-critical systems.

For security reasons we strongly recommend that you only use encrypted NFC tags from Loxone for access control.


Documents

Datasheet NFC Code Touch Tree Gen. 1