Touch Pure Flex Air

The Touch Pure Flex is your 100% personalized control device with up to 12 freely definable and positionable touch points.
With the integrated LED matrix display, as well as 3 status LEDs, menus, values, texts and states can be displayed.
In addition, the Touch Pure Flex also serves as a Room Comfort Sensor thanks to the integrated temperature and humidity sensor.

Datasheet Touch Pure Flex Air

Table of Contents


Mounting

Fasten the included plastic mounting frame to a flat surface or to a installation box. Alternatively, the aluminum frame can be used, available separately.

When using an external power supply, a junction box is recommended to tuck away connecting wires or a spare loop behind the device.
Optionally, a small power supply unit can be installed in the box.

Connect the power supply (orange/white plug-in terminal).
For battery operation, remove the orange/white plug-in terminal and insert two AAA batteries.

A self-adhesive cover is included in the delivery to protect against water. It must be attached above the terminals once connected.
Two markings at the top edge of the housing help with positioning:

The Touch Pure Flex is first inserted into the top of the frame and then snapped into place at the bottom. To release the device, pull firmly on the bottom to disengage the latch.

A suction cup can be used to detach the device from the aluminum frame.


Commissioning

In delivery state, pairing mode will be active after the power supply has been established. This is indicated on the display.

Then follow the pairing procedure

To activate the pairing mode manually, switch off the power for 10 seconds, then switch it back on. If no connection to a Miniserver can be established for five minutes, pairing mode will be activated for a limited time.

The available functions differ depending on whether the device is battery operated or connected to an external power supply. This is determined during pairing. The device must therefore be paired in the same supply method in which it is to be operated later.
If the supply method is changed later, the device must be deleted from the configuration and paired again.


Programming Example

Via "View/Configure button assignment" a window opens, here the respective Config ID (from the label of the Touch Pure Flex) is entered.


After that, the Touch Pure Flex configuration is downloaded from Loxone and the button icons are visible in the dialog.
If commands were also defined in the Online Configurator, these are now also assigned to the device.
Alternatively, the individual button inputs are also available after downloading the configuration.

To change or create new commands, click on the respective button and open the API Command Generator in the corresponding line via the cogwheel:

In the following example, we select a lighting controller and the input for selecting the mood. The "MENU" command then enables a menu selection of the moods on the Touch Pure Flex via the display and the arrow keys.


Now the Touch Pure Flex is dragged onto the desired lighting controller, the API Connector is created automatically:


In the Simulation/Liveview a representation of the Touch Pure Flex can be opened.
This way the created commands can be tested:

Commands for numerous blocks can be created according to the same principle. The following document contains a list and explanation of the possible commands:

API Commands


Sensors

Summary Description Unit Value Range
Temperature Measured value of the temperature sensor.
For plausible values even with the display always on, its brightness must not be set higher than 30%.
° -40...125
Humidity Measured value of the humidity sensor.
For plausible values even with the display always on, its brightness must not be set higher than 30%.
% 0...100
Button 1-x Button can be used as digital input - -




Actuators

Summary Description Unit
LED 1 Output to control the status LED. -
LED 2 Output to control the status LED. -
LED 3 Output to control the status LED. -
Display always on As long as the output is active the display will stay on, even if the device is idle. Can be overwritten by the output Disable display when idle (DisD).
It is highly recommended to activate the display as little as possible when the device is battery powered to extend battery life.
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Disable display when idle As long as the output is active the display will stay off when the device is idle.
Overrides the output Display always on (Don) if used.
-
Custom display text Output can be used to show custom information on the display when the device is idle. Output needs to be checked in the setting “Idle display output” in order to work.
Keep the update interval of the value low to save communication bandwidth.
-
Display & LED Brightness Defines the brightness of the display and the 3 status LEDs.
It is highly recommended to set a lower value when the device is battery powered to extend battery life.
%
API Connector Intelligent API based connector. -




Diagnostic Inputs

Summary Description Unit Value Range
Online Status Touch Pure Flex Air Digital 0/1
Battery Low This sensor switches on when the batteries are at a low state of charge.
The device only supplies values to this sensor when it is powered by batteries.
Digital 0/1
Battery Level This sensor indicates the current battery level.
If the device is externally supplied with 24v, the value of 100 is constantly shown.
%




Properties

Summary Description Unit Value Range 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. - - -
Air serial number Serial number of the Air device - - -
Device type Air device type - - -
View / Configure button assignment Click here to view and configure the button assignment. - - -
Config ID Config ID of the Touch Pure Flex - - -
Temperature & humidity transmission cycle Polling or transmission cycle for temperature and humidity. (0 = Off). This setting applies only when battery powered! min 0...120 15
Display & LED brightness Specifies the brightness of the display and the 3 status LEDs on the front. (0 = Display OFF)
It is highly recommended to set a lower value when the device is battery powered to extend battery life.
% 0...100 30
Display duration after last input Display will remain active for this duration after the last input and then switch to standby.
It is highly recommended to set a lower value when the device is battery powered to extend battery life.
s 0...900 15
Idle display output Specifies the information that is shown on the display when the device is idle.
The text output Custom display text (CDT) can be used to display custom information.
- - -
Button Behaviour Specifies the behaviour when a button is pushed.
Pulse: Sends a pulse on rising edge
OnOff: Sends ON on rising edge and OFF on falling edge
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Documents

Datasheet Touch Pure Flex Air