Modules LiSwitch and PoSwitch

 

                   

* Menu [  Setup device ]

* Menu [ Choose Application ]

* Menu [  Config device ]

* Menu Manual control

* Menu [ Change identification ]

Individual switch modules like LiSwitch and PoSwitch have a common software driver, having the following setup menu:

Menu [  Device Setup ] :

[ Test  ] : Send to the device the order On/Off.

[ Label  new ] : Modify the icon and the label of the device

[ Shortcut ] :This menu enables you to add a short cut. The home menu will then include a short cut to the “manual controls” menu of the device.

 dimmer function ] :Enable/disable the dimmer function


Important remark : By default the dimmer function is disabled.

If the device supports the dimmer function (electric incandescent lamp or heatings) you must activate it before being able to use this function.

If the device doesn't support the function of variator (electric incandescent lamp or heating) you must desactivate it before being able to use this function.

 Default setting ] Default Setting for manual control.

[ Choose Application ] Menu to choose which applications to control this device.

[ Change identification ] Menu to change the identifier of the device or to assign it to another room.

[ Delete ] : To erase all the records concerning the device.

Menu [ Choose Application ]

  Auto-lighting ]

  Auto-heating ]

  Morning call ]

Each application who already have a configuration with / for this device will be preceded by a checked box.

The right key leads to the menu [  Configuration ] to create or modify contextual configuration of the device associated with this application.

Menu [  Configuration ]

This menu allows you to create or modify contextual configuration setup of the device. You can associate a device to one or more applications and/or modes. When the application or the mode is active, it is this configuration which will be applied. If several applications or modes are active at the same time, that of higher priority prevails. In general a mode has a priority more important than an application.

For example, you can have a contextual configuration for a lamp in the "night mode" (dimmer at lowest level), and also associate the lamp with the application “Auto-ligting”. Thus automatic lighting remains on during the night, but the night-mode setting will be appiled so you will not have a very bright light when you move about in the house in the middle of the night.

The adjustments available for the contextual configuration are equivalent to those of the menu “manual-control” described on the following paragraph.

Menu Manual Control

 label ]: The heading of the menu display the icon and the label of the device.

This menu allow you to control the device manually. The following adjustments are available:

[ Level Setup ] [  ------------- o--------------  ]

You can slide the coursor on the right and on the left to increase and decrease the level of the device.

If the device is a light dimmer (for example: modulate “Li-switch”), this level adjustment corresponds to the dimmer level.

If the device is a power-switch (for example: modulate “Po-switch”), this adjustment corresponds to the on/off cycle of the device.

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You have several possibilities of automatic setting:

[ auto ] : to let the application control this device automatically.

[ inverse ] : to have an inverse behaviour of the device with respect to the command given: if the application

sends an On command it will turn off the device, and Off command will turn on the device. You can use this

feature for a night lamp that turns on when the main lighting is turned off.

[ always ON ]: Linked to a mode, or application, the device is kept On as long as the mode / application is active.

[ always OFF ]: Linked to a mode or application, the device is kept Off as long as the mode / application is active.

[ until depart ]: For a manual control: to maintain the manual command until your departure (detected absence).

[ until return ]: For a manual control: to maintain the manual command until your return (detected presence).

 Cancel Save  ] To validate or cancel the modifications.

 Delete  ] The right key removes the configuration of this device from the database for the selected application.

Menu [ Change identification ]

This menu allows you to modify the identifier of the device when for example you want to assign it to another room.

 auto ] :The right key automatically to choose an identifier available in the room managed by the room-manager.

 manual ] : The manual menu allows you to modify the identifier of the device manually.

 Cancel Save   ] : Use the right key to validate the modification of the identifier of the device. First the room manager sends a dommand to the device to change it's identifier, and when the device responds positively, then the records concerning the device is updated.