KNX Binary Input is used to interface the contacts to KNX bus substructure such as push buttons, switches etc. to make them communicating devices. The thermostat feature can be utilized with an internal or external temperature.
The complete configuration of the device is performed via ETS5 or higher. Depending on ETS configuration and settings, the product feature will be different. Available functions are:
• Switch Sensor
• Switch / Dimming Sensor
• Shutter Sensor
• Value / Forced Operation
• Control Scene
• RGB Colour Control
• RGBW Control
• Mode Selection
• Command Sequence
Internal Inputs (max. 6)
• Output Types (max. 5 selectable)
• Binary Value (adj. size) (max. 3 selectable)
• Scene Number
Most functions only need one input, and therefore each input might be assigned a different function. However, there are also some functions that can also use two inputs, such as “Dimming with 2 buttons” and “Shutter/Blinds with 2 buttons”.
For the controls via a 1 button and 2-button operations. Switching via a single push button is also possible. It's possible to change the operation to the opposite with a single push button.
For control/slat adjustment of a blind or a shutter in 1 push-button operation and 2 push-button operations.
For sending arbitrary values of different data types, e.g. temperature values. It is possible to send different values or data types after a short/long operation
For dimming of lighting via a 1 button and 2 button operation. Start-stop dimming and stepwise dimming, as well as dimming via a single push button, are possible
It can control 6 independent thermostats with the temperature information got from 6 different locations with its 6 analog inputs Also, these analog inputs can be configured as digital inputs too.
Each of its 6 channels can be independently selected as analog or digital. It has 3 independent logic blocks and each block contains 5 object outputs such as switch, dimming, shutter, alarm, percentage, scene, string and threshold controller.