Automatic Shading Central

This block can be used to control multiple shading blocks together.
Double-click on the block to open the dialog for selecting the assigned blocks

Table of Contents


Abbreviation Summary Description Unit Value Range
Tg Toggle Toggles between open, stop, close.
For single button control.
- 0/1
Po Partial open with push & hold - 0/1
Pc Partial close with push & hold - 0/1
Co Complete open - 0/1
Cc Complete close - 0/1
So Slightly open Venetian blinds close completely and move slats in horizontal position according to parameter (Rd).
Roller blinds, curtains and awnings move into position according to parameter (Rd).
- 0/1
Sps Sun position automatic start Activates the sun position automatic when On at the beginning of the shading period, or also with a pulse during the shading period.
The sun position automatic is deactivated for the rest of the day, if block is operated manually.
- 0/1
DisSp Disable sun position automatic Disables the sun position automatic when On. - 0/1
Spr Sun position automatic restart Pulse restarts the sun position automatic. - 0/1
Wa Wind alarm Moves shading to the wind alarm position set in parameter (Wap) and locks the block. Used for storm protection. - 0/1
Off Off Pulse stops movement. On locks the block.
Dominating input.
- 0/1
Pos Position of shading Move the shading to the specified position. % 0...100
Slat Position of slats Move the slats to the specified position. % 0...100
T5 T5 control Button 1: Complete open
Button 4: Complete close
DisPc Disable periphery control Disables inputs Tg, Po, Pc, Co, Cc, So, T5 when On. (e.g Child lock, cleaning)
Control via user interface is still possible.
- 0/1


Abbreviation Summary Description
AC API Connector Intelligent API based connector.


Summary Description Default Value
Selection All selected Automatic Blinds function blocks can be controlled together. -

Basic Programming

Double-click on the block to open the following window, in which compatible shading blocks can be assigned:

Central commands are not blocked by an active (DisPc) input at the respective function block. If a function block is used in the central block, this is indicated by the central symbol on the respective block.
The functions that can be used on the central block depend on the linked blocks and are set via their parameters. If a function block does not support a function, it cannot be controlled.