Controls the shading for a skylight.
Table of Contents
- Lock function block
- Parameters D, DT and DTe
- Parameters AT1 and AT2
|Tr||Trigger||Digital Input for single button control||-||-|
|Up||Trigger Up||Roll up with minimum travel time.
Double-click or long click generates a complete trip.
|Dw||Trigger Down||Roll down with minimum travel time.
Double-click or long click generates a complete trip.
|Cu||Complete roll up||Complete roll up with the time of parameter Tu.||-||-|
|Cd||Complete roll down||Complete trip down with the time of parameter Td.||-||-|
|Id||Door Contact||Complete up movement and locks function block. Operation via App is still possible.||-||-|
|Sp||Safety Position||Move to safety position (Parameter SO) and lock function block.
Operation via App is still possible.
|St||Stop||Stop the movement and lock the block.
As long as this input is ON, no movement is possible.
|AIp||Position of blinds||Move the blinds to the specified position||%||0...100|
|T5||Combined Touch Input||Complete Up/Down motion.||-||∞|
|Dis||Lock inputs||Locks all function block inputs.
Operation via the app is still possible.
|S||Shade||Moves to the shading position (parameter Ps).||-||-|
|AS||Activate automatic mode||Activate automatic shading.
If the option "use sunshine" is enabled, the sunshine status (system variable) is taken into account
|AD||Deactivate automatic mode||Deactivate automatic shading||-||-|
|AR||Reactivate automatic mode||Reactivate automatic shading||-||-|
|Q↑||Upward Movement This output is only visible in certain configurations.||-|
|Q↓||Downward Movement This output is only visible in certain configurations.||-|
|AQp||Current position of the shading||0...1|
|Qs||Status of safety shutdown input Sp or door contact
0 = No safety shutdown active.
1 = Input SP of the block or a linked central block is active.
2 = Door contact is active.
|Ql||Status of the lock with input St||-|
|Qa||Status of the automatic shading.
This input is active if all preconditions for automatic shading are met.
The automatic position is automatically approached as soon as the calculated time has been reached.
|Abbreviation||Summary||Description||Unit||Value Range||Default Value|
|SO||Safety shutdown position||Position when activating the safety input Sp.
Value 0: Fully open,
Value 1: Close completely.
|Tu||Output pulse open completely||Time for a complete UP travel||s||0...∞||75|
|Td||Close the output pulse completely||Time for a complete lowering of the blinds||s||0...∞||75|
|TI||Motor Lock||Time for motor lock when changing direction||s||0...∞||0,5|
|Tdc||Time for double-click||A double-click on the inputs Up or Down within this time produces a complete trip.||s||0...∞||0,3|
|Tc||Time for long click||A long click on the inputs Up or Down generates a complete trip for this time.||s||0...∞||3|
|M||Minimum travel time||Minimum travel time at pulse on input Up or Down||s||0...∞||0,4|
|Am||Automatic Mode||Value 0: Disable automatic mode if closed.
Value 1: Automatic mode always allowed.
|Ae||Automatic mode final state||Condition at normal end of automatic shading:
0: no action
1: Complete roll up
2: Complete Roll Down
|D||Compass orientation||Cardinal direction of the window (0 = north, 90 = east, 180 = south, 270 = west)
-1 = not configured
|DT||Orientation tolerance start||Direction tolerance for automatic shading when the sun enters the shading area||°||0...90||85|
|DTe||Orientation tolerance end||Direction tolerance for automatic shading when the sun exits the shading area||°||0...90||85|
|I||Pitch||Roof or window pitch in degrees
0: horizontal, 90: vertical
|AT1||Automatic Shading Start Time||StartTime Shift of Automatic Shading relative to Sunrise||min||-90...90||30|
|AT2||Automatic Shading End Time||End Time Shift of Automatic Shading relative to Sunset||min||-90...90||-30|
|Ps||Shading Position||Shading position in % with automatic mode activated||%||0...100||80|
|Use sunshine variable||Automatic shading is only activated if the system variable Sunshine and the input AS are active||-|
Lock function block↑
There are various options to locking the function block. Priority in descending order: Input ST active: any movement is stopped and further operation via logic (block inputs) or App is deactivated. Input SP active: Movement to safety position. Block inputs and complete movements in the App are deactivated. Input Id active: Complete up movement. Commands via central function blocks are disabled, block inputs and operation via App are permitted. Input Dis active: Complete up movement. Block inputs are disabled, operation via App is permitted.
Parameters D, DT and DTe↑
D: Cardinal direction of the shading device relative to the geographical north. (0 = North, 90 = east, 180 = south, 270 = West)
DT: Direction tolerance when the sun enters the shading device. The directional tolerance is relative to the perpendicular angle of the shading device. Consider, for example, building protrusions. If your shading device is not affected, you can leave this at its default value of 85º.
DTe: Direction tolerance when the sun exits the shading device. The directional tolerance is relative to the perpendicular angle of the shading device. Consider, for example, building protrusions. If your shading device is not affected, you can leave this at its default value of 85º.
Parameters AT1 and AT2↑
With parameter AT1, automatic shading will be delayed by this number of minutes after sunrise.
This is relevant for windows that may not get the sun directly after sunrise.
With parameter AT2, automatic shading will be brought forward by this number of minutes before sunset.
This is relevant for windows that may be affected by the sun prior to sunset.
There are two possible applications for the two parameters:
Often the sun is obscured by other buildings, structures or trees after sunrise and before sunset. Here, the start or end time of the automatic shading can be adapted to accommodate for these.
Another possibility is to alter the times so that sunrise or sunset can be seen with the shading open.