Using the SIA DC-09 protocol, the Miniserver can send a predefined message to a SIA server upon ON/OFF/analogue value change, indicating threats such as fire alarm or burglary to a monitoring station.

An introduction to SIA DC-09 and the configuration in Loxone Config is available in this video on YouTube.

The Miniserver Gen. 1 does not support the SIA DC-09 protocol!

Table of Contents


Summary Description Value Range Default Value
Server address IP-address:port or - -
Backup server address IP-address:port or
If specified, this server is used when the main server is not available.
- -
Polling [s] Server address polling [s] (0 = no polling, max. 86400 seconds) 0...86400 -
Backup polling [s] Backup server address polling [s] (0 = no polling, max. 86400 seconds) 0...86400 -
Server timeout [s] Timeout [s] for server response (1 to 10 seconds) 1...10 -
Protocol IP protocol
currently only TCP is supported
- -
Data format File format (expected by the server) - -
Key 0, 32, 48, or 64 characters (allowed characters: 0-9 A-F)
If no key is specified, the transmission is unencrypted
- -
Account Server account (3-16 characters allowed: 0-9 A-F) - -
Account prefix Prefix to account (1-6 characters allowed: 0-9 A-F)
Use 0 if none is specified.
- -
Receiver number optional receiver number (0-6 characters allowed: 0-9 A-F) - -

Programming example

First, create a SIA DC-09 output under Messages:

Now the SIA server address must be specified in the settings.
The output can then be used, for example, on the text output of an alarm block:

SIA Codes, Contact ID Codes

For further information on the protocol structure and the SIA codes, see the following documents:

List of SIA Codes

List of Contact ID Codes:


Set up SIA DC-09 in Loxone Config