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[[#ets| ETS]] + *[[#​ets_project| ETS Project]] ​ + * [[#​internal_services| Internal Services]] + * [[#scene| Scene]] + * [[#​HVAC_controller| HVAC Controller]] + * [[#​Switch_schedule| Switch Schedule]] + * [[#​calendar_(obsolete)| Calendar (obsolete)]] + * [[#​Voip_PBX_and_Doorcom| VoIP PBX and Doorcom]] + * [[#​chronothermostat| Chronothermostat]] + * [[#​Irrigation| Irrigation]] + * [[#RGB| RGB]] + * [[#​email_account| Email Account]] + * [[#web_ui| Web UI]] + * [[#​Presence_simulator| Presence Simulator]] + * [[#​Sun_times_and_events| Sun Times and Events]] + * [[#​Security| Security]] + * [[#​alarm_device| Alarm Device]] + * [[#​access_control| Access Control (beta)]] + * [[#Logic| Logic]] + * [[#​combination| Combination]] + * [[#filter| Filter]] + * [[#​Multiplexer| Multiplexer]] + * [[#​logic_matrix| Logic Matrix]] + * [[#​linear_combination| Linear Combination]] + * [[#​logic_module| Logic Module]] + * [[#​complex_maths_expressions| Complex Maths Expressions]] + * [[#​KNX_variables| KNX Variables]] + * [[#​database| Database]] + ​ + - ===== System ​Object ​===== + * [[#​Reports_and_gateways| Reports and Gateways]] + * [[#Report| Report]] + * [[#​Hue_gateway| Hue Gateway]] + * [[#​load_control| Load Control]] + * [[#​Gateway_modbus| Gateway Modbus]] + * [[#​gateway_duotecno| Gateway Duotecno]] + * [[#​gateway_myhome| Gateway MyHome]] + * [[#​z-wave_controller| Zwave Controller]] + * [[#​iroom_controller| iRoom Controller]] + * [[#​universal_gateway| Universal Gateway]] + * [[#​sms_gateway| SMS Gateway]] + * [[#Lutron| Lutron Project]] + * [[#​Gateway_tiemme| Gateway Tiemme]] + * [[#​serial_gateway| Serial Gateway]] + * [[#​ethernet_gateway| Ethernet Gateway]] + * [[#​P1_meter_interface| P1 Meter]] + * [[#​generic_counter| Generic Counter]] + * [[#​voice_control_gateway| Voice Control Gateway]] + * [[#​IFTTT_account| IFTTT Account]] + * [[#tester| Tester]] + + * [[#​Multimedia| Multimedia]] + * [[#​video_matrix| Video Matrix]] + * [[#​audio_matrix| Audio Matrix]] + * [[#display| Display]] + * [[#​Home_theater| Home Theater]] + * [[#​Sonos_Zone_Player_(Obsolete)| Sonos Zone Player (obsolete)]] + * [[#​media_player| Media Player]] + * [[#​sonos_manager| Sonos Manager]] + * [[#​ir_transmitter| IR Transmitter]] + ​ + ​ + ====== System ​====== {{ :​system_obj_-_systemnode2.png?​nolink&​100 |}} {{ :​system_obj_-_systemnode2.png?​nolink&​100 |}} Line 19: Line 84: * **Server client port** Number of the TCP port needed to remotely connect with the server (outside the server network). The default port is 7550. * **Server client port** Number of the TCP port needed to remotely connect with the server (outside the server network). The default port is 7550. * **Local IP address** IP address (for example 192.168.X.X) needed to connect with the server from clients that operate in the server LAN. * **Local IP address** IP address (for example 192.168.X.X) needed to connect with the server from clients that operate in the server LAN. + * **KNXNet/IP interface** if enabled, the Thinknx server can be used as a KNXNet/IP interface, allowing KNX programming from the ETS software for example. More information are available on the [[knxnet_ip| KNXnet/IP]] guide. + * **KNXNet/IP different IP** if enabled, permits to choose a different KNXNet/IP interface to connect and access the KNX bus. + * **Clients Ph. Address Base** base physical address for the clients connections. + * **Client number** number of supported client tunnel connections. + * **KNXNet/IP router** If enabled, the server will also route traffic from TP to multicast IP and vice versa, allowing to connect different parts of a KNX system together over IP. More information are available on the [[knxnet_ip| KNXnet/IP]] guide. * **System name** Name to identify the project once it has been uploaded to the server. * **System name** Name to identify the project once it has been uploaded to the server. * **Location** Name of the location where the system is installed. * **Location** Name of the location where the system is installed. Line 32: Line 102: * **Users and Groups** Groups and users for the customized exporting process, for more details refer to [[main_cons_ui#​creating_editing_and_deleting_users|section 2.1.4]] . * **Users and Groups** Groups and users for the customized exporting process, for more details refer to [[main_cons_ui#​creating_editing_and_deleting_users|section 2.1.4]] . * **Protection PINs** List of PINs used to protect interface objects, for more details refer to [[main_cons_ui#​Protection_PINs|section 2.1.7]]. * **Protection PINs** List of PINs used to protect interface objects, for more details refer to [[main_cons_ui#​Protection_PINs|section 2.1.7]]. - ==== Object commands ==== + ==== Object Commands ==== Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: + ++++Send KNX Bit telegram| ​ This command is used to send a 1 bit value to the KNX bus. + * **KNX Group** Group address to sen the value. + * **KNX value** Can be either 1 or 0. - == Send KNX Bit telegram: == + ++++ - + ++++Send KNX Byte Telegram|  ​This command is used to send a 1 byte value to the KNX bus. - This command is used to send a bit value; adjust ​the ”KNX group” and ”KNX value” (0 or 1) parameters displayed on the right. + * **KNX Group** Group address to send the value. - + * **KNX value** Can be a value between 0-255. - == Send KNX Byte Telegram: == + A generic button can be configured to send a fixed dimming ​value to a dimming circuit, for example sending ​the value 128 to make the light go to 50%. - + ++++ - Send a byte value; adjust ​the ”KNX group” and ”KNX ​value” (from 0 to 255) parameters. + ++++Send KNX Float 2 Byte Telegram|  This command is used to send a 2 byte float value to the KNX bus. - + * **KNX Group** Group address to send the value. - == Send KNX Float 2 Byte Telegram: == + * **KNX value** Can be a value between -671088,64 and 670760,96. - + A generic button can be configured to send a fixed temperature value to a thermostat, for example sending the value 21.5 as a setpoint. - Send a float 2 byte value; adjust ​the ”KNX group” and ”KNX value” parameters. + ++++ - + ++++Send KNX Float 4 Byte Telegram|  This command is used to send a 4 byte float value to the KNX bus. - == Send KNX Float 4 Byte Telegram: == + * **KNX Group** Group address to send the value. - + * **KNX value** - Send a float 4 byte value; adjust ​the ”KNX group” and ”KNX value” parameters. + ++++ - + ++++Send KNX String Telegram|  This command is used to send a string of 14 bytes to the KNX bus. - == Send KNX String Telegram: == + * **KNX Group** Group address to send the value. - + * **KNX value** string text to be entered. - Send a string 14 byte value; adjust ​the ”KNX group” ​and ”KNX value” parameters. + ++++ - + ++++Send KNX 4 Bit Telegram| ​ This command is used to send a 4 bit value to the KNX bus. - == Make a pause for a fixed interval ​== + * **KNX Group** Group address to send the value. - + * **KNX value** Can be a value between 0 and 15. - Pause the system for a specified time interval configurable ​by adjusting the ”Interval” parameter. + A generic button can be configured to decrease (value 0-7) or increase ( value 8-15) a light dimming value. It can also be used to change a shutter position (use values 0-7 for UP, and 8-15 for DOWN). For example, sending the value 5 to a dimmer will decrease the brightness by 6%, while sending the value 10 to a shutter will lower its position by 50%. - + ++++ - == Change UI Function and Page: GENERAL ​== + ++++Read ​KNX group address| ​ This command is used to read a value from the KNX bus. - + * **KNX Group** Group address to read the value from. - This command allows to configure ​a specific ​project ​page that will be recalled on all clients; adjust the ”Function” and ”Page” parameters. + ++++ - + ++++Make a pause for a fixed interval|  This command pauses ​the system for a specified time interval configurable ​in milliseconds. - == Change UI Function and Page: SPECIFIC CLIENT ​== + * **Interval** Time interval in milliseconds. - + When saving a scene, sometimes a pause between two commands is necessary, for example, when saving the TV channel number. Another use of the Pause application would be before turning off the final light in a Goodbye scene, making sure that the client has left the house. - This command allows to configure ​a specific project ​page that will be recalled ​on a specific ​client; adjust ​the ”Function” and ”Page” parameters. + ++++ - + ++++Change UI Function and Page: GENERAL| This command allows to redirect **all clients** to a specific ​function and page. - == Send Push Notification ​== + * **Function** insert the Index number of the destination function. - + * **Page** insert the Index number of the destination page. - This command allows to send push notifications on the desired ​client; adjust the ”Message” parameter to define ​the notification ​content. + Using the Universal Gateway, a scenario can be configured to redirect the users to the Main Entrance camera page whenever the doorbell rings. - + ++++ - == Execute MS Windows Command: GENERAL ​== + ++++Change UI Function and Page: SPECIFIC CLIENT| This command allows ​the **specific client** who has sent it to access ​a certain function and page. - + * **Function** insert the Index number of the destination function. - This command allows to launch an .exe file directly from the ThinKnx application on all Players for Windows; adjust the ”Command” parameter. + * **Page** insert the Index number of the destination page. - + Invisible generic buttons can be placed ​on the house plan for each room, allowing every single ​client ​to navigate through ​the rooms by clicking on each area. - == Execute MS Windows Command: SPECIFIC CLIENT ​== + ++++ - + ++++Send Push Notification| This command allows to send push notifications ​to the clients. By accessing the web page of the server and clicking ​on Server --> Licenses and Codes, it is possible to enable/​disable ​the receipt of push notifications for each client. - This command allows to launch an .exe file directly from the ThinKnx application on a specific Player ​for Windows; adjust the ”Command”. + * **Message** insert the message to be displayed on the clients. - + * **Maximum number of push notifications with the same identifier allowed in 10 min** This parameter ​is not mandatory. However, if a value has been entered, the system will make sure to limit the number of push notifications sent to this number in 10 min. It is quite useful when the trigger for sending the push notifications is being sent frequently on the bus. - == Recall iOS app with url == + * **Push Notification Identifier** A small descriptive text to allow the system to differentiate a push notification ​from another one when calculating the rate limit. Mandatory only if the previous parameter has been used. - + Using the Universal Gateway, a push notification can be sent to the client when a 1-bit value is received from the bus to indicate that the Water Tank Level is low. The message in that case can be "Low Water Level!"​. If the 1-bit is being sent periodically to the bus with a small interval, then a maximum number of push notifications can be inserted in the related parameter. - This property allows to launch a specific ​app on iOS devices directly from the ThinKnx app by typing the related ​url in the ”URL used to recall iOS app” parameter (f.e. http%%//%%www.google.com will automatically browse the google safari page). + Push notifications only work with internet connectivity. In addition, the server and client should both have the same version of Thinknx software (both Classic or Thinknx UP).​ - + ++++ - == Send Email to recipients ​== + ++++Execute MS Windows Command: GENERAL| This command allows to launch an .exe file directly from the ThinKnx application on all Players for Windows. - + * **Command** ​ - This command allows to send an email message using a default ThinKnx account; define ​the email subject, ​content ​and recipients by adjusting ​the parameters ​on the right. + * **Parameter** - + ++++ - == Send DTMF tone during intercom call == + ++++Execute MS Windows Command: SPECIFIC CLIENT| This command allows to launch an .exe file directly from the ThinKnx application on all Players ​for Windows. + * **Command** + * **Parameter** + ++++ + ++++Recall iOS app with url| This property allows to launch a specific ​application ​on iOS devices directly from the ThinKnx app by typing the related ​URL.\\ + * **URL used to recall iOS app** Type in the correct URL to open the desired installed application,​ for example ​http://​www.google.com will automatically browse the google safari page. Another example is typing <​nowiki>​sonos://​ to open the SONOS app. + A generic button can be configured for the client to open another application on the iOS device. + ++++ + ++++Send Email to recipients| This command allows to send an email message using a default ThinKnx account. + * **Email Subject** Enter the email title here. + * **Email Recipients** Enter destination email accounts. + * **Email Content** Enter the email content ​here. + If the client'​s house is empty and a presence has been detected inside (1-bit KNX telegram), a scenario can be programmed ​on the Universal Gateway to send an email to the owner of the house. - This command allows to send a DTMF tone or a sequence of tones while an intercom call is running on the client. + //​ This command might not work properly. Instead, add an Email Account under System tab, and select the command "send email to recipient"​ that can be found in the Internal Services. See [[system_objs#​email_account| this section]] for more information. //​ + ++++ + ++++Send DTMF tone during intercom call| This command allows to send a DTMF tone used in telephony ​while an intercom call is running on the client. + * **DTMF tones sequence** enter the sequence of numbers to send during the intercom call. Sometimes it is necessary to end the sequence with the symbol "#",​ depending on the application. + A generic button can be configured in the Intercom page to send a DTMF tone to open the main gate whenever a call is established. + ++++ + ++++Make SIP call| When using the Thinknx server as PBX, it is possible to make internal calls between all the devices. + * **Extension to call** Enter the extension of the destination device. + A house owner can have a generic button on his application to call the extension of the touch screen installed in Kitchen to communication with the help. + ++++ + ++++Start audio notification sound in all the clients| This command allows to play an audio sound in all the clients. + * **Sound to play** Choose between different beeps to play: 0=Beep_1, 1=Beep_2, 2=Alarm_1, 3==Alarm_2, 4=Siren_1, 5=Siren_2. + * **Duration of the sound to play** Specify the duration of the sound to play in seconds. If 0 is entered, the sound will play endlessly until a Stop command has been sent. + An emergency push button can be installed in bathrooms to send a KNX 1-bit value. Using the Universal Gateway, this value received can launch the command to start audio notification on all clients. + ++++ + ++++Stop audio notification sound in all clients| This command allows to stop the audio sound previously launched in all clients. + \\ See above command for example. + ++++ + ====== ETS ====== ===== ETS project ===== ===== ETS project ===== Line 114: Line 217: From the ETS application,​ click on “Other -> Export OPC”: the generated “.esf” file can be imported in the Configurator at a later time. From the ETS application,​ click on “Other -> Export OPC”: the generated “.esf” file can be imported in the Configurator at a later time. + + + + ====== Internal Services ====== ===== Scene ===== ===== Scene ===== Line 129: Line 236: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: + ++++Launch scenery| ​ This command will allow to play the selected scene. + ++++ + ++++Sop scenery execution| ​ This command will allow to stop a scene during execution. + ++++ - == Launch scenery == - - Launches the selected scene. - - == Stop scenery execution == - - Stops the selected scene. - - ===== Calendar ===== - - {{ :​system_obj_-_calendar.png?​nolink&​100 |}} - - This server service allows the user to program on/off KNX commands (switch objects) using client applications;​ it is also possible to memorize the temporization on server. Different switches can be associated to the same calendar. - - * **Force state** If this property is enabled, the server periodically sends value ”1” to the selected KNX group, basing on the pre-set timespan; the light automatically turns on if it has been manually switched off by the user. If enabled, the ”Send interval” property will be displayed: - * [//Send interval//] Interval between two repeated messages ===== HVAC Controller ===== ===== HVAC Controller ===== Line 154: Line 249: * **Controller type** Selection among three possible models: * **Controller type** Selection among three possible models: - * //​Mitsubishi AG 150:// ​Device IP address has to be typed in the empty slot to use this controller. + * //**Mitsubishi AG 150:**// This controller permits to interact with Mitsubishi G50, AG150 and newer controllers with Mitsubishi XML protocol (this protocol needs to be enabled on the Mitsubishi side). - * //KNX interface simple:// This controller allows to set mode and speed using standard 1 byte objects. + * //**KNX interface simple:**// This controller allows to set mode and speed using standard 1 byte objects. - * //KNX interface extended:// This controller allows to set mode and speed using 1 bit objects.\\ ​ + * //**KNX interface extended:**// This controller allows to set mode and speed using 1 bit objects.\\ ​ + * //​**CoolMaster Net:**// This controller permits to talk with CoolAutomation devices via Ethernet. ​ - If Controller type is ”Mitsubishi AG 150” the following ​property will appear ​to define ​the device address:\\ + Select the ”Devices” property ​and click on the button displayed on the right to open the devices editor window; click on ”Add” button and adjust the properties in the grid. - * **IP address** HVAC controller ​IP address.\\ + + ==== CoolMaster Net ==== + + CoolAutomation devices permits to directly talk with many Air conditioning brands including Daikin and many others. It is connected directly to the AC bus and can control with a single interface all the units connected to the bus. + + Integration with Thinknx is directly through the network and permits to control devices under CoolMaster directly within Thinknx. It is not required that the CoolMaster has KNX port. The communication with the KNX devices ​will be through the server and the server itself will act as gateway ​to and from KNX. The control of all the split units connected with CoolMaster will be possible using standard HVAC pop-ups in Thinknx. + + {{ :​cmn.png?​direct&​400 |CoolMaster Net}} + + On the system node the following properties will appear:\\ + * **IP address** HVAC Controller ​IP address. + * **Port number** TCP/IP port for Ethernet connection. For example, 10102. * **Devices** List of HVAC devices linked to the system. * **Devices** List of HVAC devices linked to the system. - ==== Adding a HVAC device ​==== + These are the properties for the single ​device: + * //​**Name:​**//​ Device label + * //​**Internal unit ID:**// unit identification from CoolMasterNet manual. The format should be Ln.xyz. For example, for indoor unit 3 on line 2, ID will be L2.003. To control multiple units on the line, "​*"​ can be used. Please refer to CoolAutomation documentation for more details on the internal devices naming conventions. + * //**KNX On/Off command group**// 1-bit group to switch the device on/off from KNX + * //**KNX On/Off feedback group**// 1-bit group to receive feedback regarding on/off status of the device + * //**KNX Fan command group:**// 1-byte group to switch device fan speed from KNX. + * //**KNX Fan feedback group:**// 1-byte group to receive feedback regarding fan speed status of the device + * //**KNX Temperature setpoint command group**// 2-byte DPT9 group to set the setpoint temperature for the device from KNX + * //**KNX Temperature setpoint feedback group**// 2-byte DPT9 group to receive feedback regarding actual setpoint from the device. + * //**KNX Mode command group:**// 1-byte group to switch device modality from KNX. + * //**KNX Mode feedback group:**// 1-byte group to receive feedback regarding modality of the device. + * //**Actual temperature from internal unit KNX group**// 2-byte DPT9 group to receive actual temperature read from the device (only available if supported by the device) + * //**Value fan min:**// value for minimum fan speed. It will be sent to fan command group to set speed and, if received in fan feedback group, minimum speed will be recognized (1-byte value). + * //**value fan middle:**// value for middle fan speed. It will be sent to fan command group to set speed and, if received in fan feedback group, middle speed will be recognized (1-byte value). + * //**value fan max:**// value for maximum fan speed. It will be sent to fan command group to set speed and, if received in fan feedback group, maximum speed will be recognized (1-byte value). + * //**Value Cool Mode:**// value that corresponds to Cool Modality for mode group (1-byte). + * //**Value Heat Mode:**// value that corresponds to Heat Modality for mode group (1-byte). + * //**Value Dry Mode:**// value that corresponds to Dry Modality for mode group (1-byte). + * //**Value Fan Mode:**// value that corresponds to Fan Modality for mode group (1-byte). + * //**Enable regulator:​**//​ if enabled, the regulator features will be active. This way, the object will act as a thermostat. - Select the ”Devices” property and click on the button displayed on the right to open the devices editor window; click on ”Add” button and adjust the properties in the grid. ==== Mitsubishi device ==== ==== Mitsubishi device ==== + If Controller type is ”//​**Mitsubishi AG 150**//” the following property will appear to define the device address:​\\ ​ + * **IP address** HVAC controller IP address.\\ + + These are the properties for the single device: * **Name** Device name. * **Name** Device name. * **Device index** Index associated to the device inside the controller. * **Device index** Index associated to the device inside the controller. Line 260: Line 389: * **Force state** If this property is enabled, the server periodically sends value ”1” to the selected KNX group, basing on the pre-set timespan; the light automatically turns on if it has been manually switched off by the user. If enabled, the ”Send interval” property will be displayed: * **Force state** If this property is enabled, the server periodically sends value ”1” to the selected KNX group, basing on the pre-set timespan; the light automatically turns on if it has been manually switched off by the user. If enabled, the ”Send interval” property will be displayed: * //Send interval//: Interval between two repeated messages * //Send interval//: Interval between two repeated messages + + ===== Calendar (obsolete) ===== + + {{ :​system_obj_-_calendar.png?​nolink&​100 |}} + + This server service allows the user to program on/off KNX commands (switch objects) using client applications;​ it is also possible to memorize the temporization on server. Different switches can be associated to the same calendar. + + * **Force state** If this property is enabled, the server periodically sends value ”1” to the selected KNX group, basing on the pre-set timespan; the light automatically turns on if it has been manually switched off by the user. If enabled, the ”Send interval” property will be displayed: + * [//Send interval//] Interval between two repeated messages + + + ===== Voip PBX and Doorcom ===== + + {{ :​system_obj_-_voip.png?​nolink&​100 |}} + + Every Thinknx server embeds a software VOIP telephony PBX. It is optimized for the VOIP functionalities between clients and door communication. This system object allows to configure the PBX (extensions,​ ring groups and door stations). For more information,​ please refer to our Voip PBX and Doorcom guide [[pbx_doorcom|here]]. ===== Chronotermostat ===== ===== Chronotermostat ===== Line 280: Line 425: * **Mode feedback group** KNX group (1 bit DPT1) used to send the running chrono modality where 1=chrono and 0=manual. * **Mode feedback group** KNX group (1 bit DPT1) used to send the running chrono modality where 1=chrono and 0=manual. - + ==== Object commands ​==== - ===== Voip PBX & Doorcom ===== + Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: - + ++++Enable/​Disable ​the Chrono modality|  ​This command ​allows to activate/​deactivate ​the control of the setpoint from the schedule configured by the client. - {{ :system_obj_-_voip.png?​nolink&​100 |}} + * **Enable/​Disable** send 1 to enable ​and 0 to disable. - + ++++ - Every Thinknx server embeds a software VOIP telephony PBX. It is optimized for the VOIP functionalities between clients and door communication. ​This system object ​allows to configure ​the PBX (extensions,​ ring groups and door stations). For more information,​ please refer to our Voip PBX and Doorcom guide [[pbx_doorcom|here]]. + ===== Irrigation ===== ===== Irrigation ===== Line 312: Line 455: * **KNX feedback group** KNX group address used to detect the status of the zone (DPT1 - 1 = irrigating, 0 = pause). * **KNX feedback group** KNX group address used to detect the status of the zone (DPT1 - 1 = irrigating, 0 = pause). + ==== Object commands ==== + Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: + ++++Enable/​Disable the Chrono modality| ​ This command allows to activate/​deactivate the functioning of the irrigation zones from the schedule configured by the client. ​ + ++++ ===== RGB ===== ===== RGB ===== Line 348: Line 495: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: - == Start RGB sequence shuffle with time in seconds ​== + ++++Start RGB sequence shuffle with time in seconds|  This command allows to play a sequence of all the favorite colors in a shuffle mode, while defining the time to switch from one color to another. + * **Time** interval before switching to a new color, in seconds + ++++ - Starts the preconfigured colour ​sequence in a random ​order; adjust the ”Time” parameter on the right to select ​the time interval between two consecutive colours. + ++++Start RGB sequence ​repeat with time in seconds| ​ This command allows to play a sequence of all the favorite colors in order and repeat them once done, while defining ​the time to switch from one color to another. + * **Time** interval before switching to a new color, in seconds + ++++ - == Start RGB sequence ​repeat with time in seconds == + ++++Stop ​RGB sequence ​and turn OFF|  This command allows to stop an already launched sequence and turn off the RGB light. + ++++ - Repeats ​the preconfigured colour sequence following ​the defined order; adjust ​the ”Time” parameter on the right to select ​the time interval ​between ​two consecutive colours. + ++++Save ​the current color to the selected preset position| ​ This command allows to save the current color to one of the available slots in Favorites. + * **Preset position** number of the slot where the color should be saved (value ​between ​0-9). + ++++ - == Stop the RGB sequence and turn off == + ++++Recall the color previously saved to the selected preset position| ​ This command allows to switch the color of the RGB lights into the color saved in the requested slot below. - + * **Preset position** number ​of the slot corresponding to the desired color (value between 0-9). - Stops the repetition ​of the colour sequence and turns the RGB lamp off. + ++++ ===== Email account ===== ===== Email account ===== Line 385: Line 539: * When using the Generic Command button, select Internal Services --> Email Account --> Your Email Account object --> Send email to recipients and fill the parameters as desired. * When using the Generic Command button, select Internal Services --> Email Account --> Your Email Account object --> Send email to recipients and fill the parameters as desired. * When using the Report object, select Report from System tab, and disable the Default SMTP in the parameters. Then select your Email Account from the dropdown list instead. * When using the Report object, select Report from System tab, and disable the Default SMTP in the parameters. Then select your Email Account from the dropdown list instead. - ==== Object commands ==== - Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: - == Send Email to recipients == - Allows to send an email message using a customisable personal account; define the email subject, content and recipients by adjusting the parameters on the right. + ==== Object commands ==== - + - * Subject of the mail message that will be sent to the specified recipients + - * Recipients email addresses, separeted by ; + - * Text content of the mail message. + + Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: + ++++Send Email to recipients| ​ This command allows to send an email to a group of recipients. + * **Email subject** ​ + * **Email recipients** separate the emails using " ; ". + * **Email content** body of the email. + ++++ ===== Web UI ===== ===== Web UI ===== Line 445: Line 598: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: + ++++Start the presence simulation| ​ This command allows to start playing the presence simulation configured in the Presence Simulation object in System. + ++++ + ++++Stop the presence simulation| ​ This command allows to stop playing the presence simulation configured in the Presence Simulation object in System. + ++++ - == Start the presence simulator == - - Starts the presence simulator sequence of actions. - - == Stop the presence simulator == - - Ends the presence simulator sequence of actions. ===== Sun times and events ===== ===== Sun times and events ===== Line 485: Line 635: * **Command** Command performed by the server when the sun event occurs. * **Command** Command performed by the server when the sun event occurs. + ====== Security ====== ===== Alarm device ===== ===== Alarm device ===== Line 493: Line 643: + + ===== Access Control ===== + The Thinknx Access Control object permits to enhance the level of automation and security of the home/​building where it is applied. It can be adapted to sectors where long term expirations are required such as service and industry sectors, but also applies to the hospitality sector where credentials are usually short term, and remote management is required. + + The Access Control object can communicate directly with the KNX system because of the bus connector on the Thinknx server, making the integration very easy and flexible. Any standard KNX keypad can be used as an access keypad, and the buttons as code entries. Once the code is inserted, any lock or switch connected to a KNX actuator can be operated. In addition, communication with Wiegand technology is possible through the Thinknx-Wiegand adapter, making it possible to install a suitable RFID or biometric reader. + + {{ :​access_control_diagram.png?​direct&​800 |}} + ​ Access Control Solution  ​ ​ + + * **Label** Text to identify the object + * **Code length** Number of digits inside the access codes. All codes should have the same number of digits. If length of codes is 6, a valid code will be 123456. + * **Code numbers** Numbers contained inside the code, starting from 0. This depends on the number of buttons in keypads. If code numbers is 5, codes can contain the numbers 0,1,2,3,4. + * **Confirm time (ms)** Maximum time between two consecutive keypress. Once the confirm time has been exceeded, the start of a new code will considered on keypress. This time is useful to start a new sequence if a mistake has been made when entering the code. + * **Guard wrong codes** if enabled, it is possible to monitor wrong codes attempts, and generate events once a threshold has been reached. + * **Number of attempts** Maximum number of attempts with wrong codes allowed before triggering the event. + * **attempts interval (s)** duration in seconds used to count the number of wrong attempts before triggering the event. If the number of wrong attempts exceeds the number of attempts set previously during the attempt interval, then the event for wrong codes will be fired. + + ==== Keypad prototypes ==== + Collection of prototypes used for the installed keypads. To add and configure a prototype, click on the small button to the right to access the prototype creator window. For each added prototype, the following properties are available: + * **Name** label of the prototype used. + * **Technology** technology used for the created protoype. The available options are: + * Doory (Blumotix) + * Generic KNX + * Generic Wiegand //coming soon// + * Wiegand over network //coming soon// + If "​Generic KNX" was selected as **Technology**,​ the below parameters are available: + * **KNX Data Type** Data type used on the KNX buttons to send the access code digits. Each button can be configured to send a 1bit object to a different KNX group, or send a certain value on a 1byte object corresponding to the digit on the same KNX group. + * **Delete Key** if enabled, this option will delete the inserted sequence and start a new one before the "​confirm time" exipration. + * **Confirm tone** if enabled, the system will generate an event "​confirm tone" in case of successful attempt. + * **Keys** //only visible if **KNX Data Type** is DPT 1 (bit).// This parameter holds the keys collection used to enter a code. Clicking on the small right button will open the Keys Manager. From there, it is possible to configure every single key. Each key has a **name**, **key type** and a **group address**. + * **KNX group for keys** //only visible if **KNX Data Type** is DPT 5 (Unsigned byte).// It holds the group address used on the keypad to sen the different code digits. A telegram with value 4 means that button 4 has been pressed on the keypad. + + + ==== Keypads ==== + This parameter holds the collection of keypads used and installed on the plant. At least one keypad protocol must be created prior adding the keypads. Clicking on the small button to the right will open the Keypads Manager. Each added keypad will have the following parameters: + * **Name** device label + * **Prototype** communication prototype used for this device. A prototype must be created in **Keypads Prototype** in order to view it in the list here. + * **KNX physical address** physical address of the device. + * **KNX group for code enabled** KNX group used by keypad to signal that the code is enabled (1 bit data type). + * **KNX group for storing/​deleting codes** KNX group to store and delete codes from the keypad (10 bytes data type). + * **KNX group for erase request** KNX group to erase codes from the keypad (1 bit data type). + * **Command if fail** command to execute in case of failed entry attempt. + * **Command if success** command to execute in case of successful entry. + * **command for tone** command to execute to play tone. + ==== Areas ==== + This parameter holds the collection of all the areas (rooms or part of the building) limited by one or more access control keypads. By clicking on the small button to the right, the Area Manager is accessible. Each added area will have the following parameters: + * **Name** label of the area. + * **Entrance doors** allows you to select the checkers that are used on site to enter this specific area. The checkers should be created first in the **Keypads** collection. + * ** Dual flow** id disabled, the entrance checkers will be considered for both entrance and exit. If enabled, it means the area has differet doors/​checkers for entrance and exit. It permits to distinguish entrance and exit events and eventually count the people inside the area. + * **Exit doors** //only visible if **Dual flow** is enabled.// allows you to select the checkers that are used on site to exit this specific area. The checkers should be created first in the **Keypads** collection. + * **Count persons** //only visible if **Dual flow** is enabled.// If enabled, the system will count the number of persons inside the area based on the entrance and exit events. + * **Success enter command** Command to execute in case of successful entrance event. + * **Success exit command** Command to execute in case of successful exit event. + * **Nobody command** //only visit if **Count persons** is enabled.// Command to execute in case nobody is in the area. + * **KNX group force closed** KNX group (1 bit DPT1) to force all doors/​checkers to refuse any code. + * **KNX group force open** KNX group (1 bit DPT1) to force all doors/​checkers to accept any code. + * **KNX group valid enter** KNX gorup (1bit DPT1) to signal a valid entrance into the area. + * **KNX group valide exit** KNX group (1bit DPT1) to signal a valid exit from the area. + + ==== Timing ==== + // information coming soon// + ==== Roles ==== + + // information coming soon// + + ====== Logic ====== ===== Combination ===== ===== Combination ===== Line 659: Line 875: * **KNX group** This property represents the KNX group which the value of the addend can be picked from. * **KNX group** This property represents the KNX group which the value of the addend can be picked from. - ===== Complex ​maths expressions ​===== + ===== Logic Module ===== + + {{ :​logicmodule.png?​nolink&​100 |}} + + This object represents a collection of block diagrams which allows you to build complex logics with a graphical editor. For more informations please refer to the [[logic_module|Logic Module section]]. + + * **Schemes** List of schemes, each element represents a fully working block diagram. + + ===== Complex ​Maths Expressions ​===== {{ :​system_obj_-_complex.png?​nolink&​100 |}} {{ :​system_obj_-_complex.png?​nolink&​100 |}} Line 809: Line 1033: ​ + ====== Reports and Gateways ====== ===== Report ===== ===== Report ===== Line 932: Line 1156: ==== Object commands ==== ==== Object commands ==== - Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects + Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: - + - == Turn on/off element == + - + - Turn on or off the Hue element. Set 1 as parameter turn on the element, while 0 turn off the element. + - + - == Dimm the element to a value == + - + - set the desired value for the dimmer through a single parameter which can assume a value between 0 and 255. + - + - == Set the element color temperature (white) == + - Set the element ​color temperature. A single parameter ​must be set with a value within ​0 and 255, where 0 corresponds to Cold White (6500 K) and 255 correspond to Warm White (2000 K). + ++++Turn on/off element| ​ This command allows to start turn on or off the Hue element. ​ + * **Value** Write 1 to turn on, and 0 to turn off. + ++++ + ++++Dimm the element to a value| ​ This command allows to set the desired value for the dimmer through a single parameter ​which can assume ​a value between 0 and 255. + * **Value** can be between 0 and 255. + ++++ + ++++Set the element color temperature (white)| ​ This command allows to set the element color temperature. + * **Value** Can be between ​0 and 255, where 0 corresponds to Cold White (6500 K) and 255 correspond to Warm White (2000 K). + ++++ + ++++Set the element color (RGB)| ​ Set the element RGB color through the definition of three parameters for Red, Green and Blue. Each color can assume a value between 0 and 255. + * **Red Value** value between 0 and 255. + * **Green Value** value between 0 and 255. + * **Blue Value** value between 0 and 255. + ++++ - == Set the element color (RGB) == - - Set the element RGB color through the definition of three parameters for Red, Green and Blue. Each color can assume a value between 0 and 255. - - ===== MyHome Gateway ===== - - {{ :​system_obj_-_bticino.png?​nolink&​100 |}} - - It allows the bidirectional connection of MyHome BTicino plants to KNX plants. Through easy-to-fit tables it is possible to set matching among the messages coming from the two worlds. - - * **IP Address** IP address of the device or of the serial server - * **Port Number** Serial port number. It can be between 0 and 3. For USB use 10 - * **Lights** Collection of lights - * **Automation** ​ - * **Heating** Collection of heating and cooling elements. ===== Load control ===== ===== Load control ===== Line 989: Line 1201: {{ :​system_obj_-_modbus.png?​nolink&​100 |}} {{ :​system_obj_-_modbus.png?​nolink&​100 |}} - It allows to integrate Modbus devices. + It allows to integrate Modbus devices ​when Thinknx server is used as Master. * **Communication Type** Define the method and mean of communication. Serial over TCP is used when a Serial Server is used.\\ If in the property ”Communication Type” is selected the setting ”Modbus Serial”, the following properties will appear: * **Communication Type** Define the method and mean of communication. Serial over TCP is used when a Serial Server is used.\\ If in the property ”Communication Type” is selected the setting ”Modbus Serial”, the following properties will appear: - * Port Number: Serial port number. ​It can be between ​0 and 3. For USB use 10. + * Port Number: Serial port number ​that changes depending on the server used: + * Compact: use 0. + * Rack: for the 2 RS-232 ports use 0 and 1. For the additional green ports use 2 and 3. + * Brickbox: for RS-232 use 4. For RS-485 use 5. + * When using a USB port, use 10. * Baud Rate: Modbus Baud Rate * Baud Rate: Modbus Baud Rate * Data Length: Number of bits for data * Data Length: Number of bits for data Line 1003: Line 1219: * **Datapoints** Data points collection * **Datapoints** Data points collection * **Poll Interval** Pause between two consecutive polling sequences [ms] * **Poll Interval** Pause between two consecutive polling sequences [ms] + + ==== Object Commands ==== + Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: + ++++Send Modbus value with function 5|  This function is used to send a value to a Modbus device supporting function 5, known as "write single coil". + * **Modbus address** Modbus address. + * **Coil Address** Discrete output address (coils are 1-bit registers). + * **Value** could be 1 or 0. + ++++ + ++++Send Modbus value with function 6|  This function is used to send a value to a Modbus device supporting function 6, known as "Write Single Holding Register"​. + * **Modbus Address** Modbus address. + * **Register Address** Slave register. + * **Value** value to write. + * **N.Byte** Number of bytes. + ++++ + ++++Send Modbus value with function 16|  This function is used to send a value to a Modbus device supporting function 16, known as "Write Multiple Holding Registers"​. + * **Modbus Address** Modbus address. + * **First Register Address** Slave register. + * **Value** value to write. + * **N.Byte** Number of bytes. + ++++ + ++++Send Modbus value with function 22|  This function is used to send a value to a Modbus device supporting function 22. The function can be used to set or clear individual bits in the register. + * **Modbus Address** Modbus address. + * **Register Address** Slave register. + * **Value** value to write. + * **Selected bits mask** mask value of the selected bits to be changed. + ++++ + + ===== Gateway Modbus Slave===== + + {{ :​system_obj_-_modbus.png?​nolink&​100 |}} + + It allows to integrate Modbus devices when Thinknx server is used as Slave. + + * **Communication Type** Define the method and mean of communication. Serial over TCP is used when a Serial Server is used.\\ If in the property ”Communication Type” is selected the setting ”Modbus Serial”, the following properties will appear: + * Port Number: Serial port number that changes depending on the server used: + * Compact: use 0. + * Rack: for the 2 RS-232 ports use 0 and 1. For the additional green ports use 2 and 3. + * Brickbox: for RS-232 use 4. For RS-485 use 5. + * When using a USB port, use 10. + * Baud Rate: Modbus Baud Rate + * Data Length: Number of bits for data + * Parity: Parity check modality + * Stop Bits: Number of stop bits. + * Custom Timing: if enabled, it allows to change the waiting times below: ​ + * waiting time after enabling RTS before the writing begins. + * waiting time after writing before disabling RTS. + * waiting time after disabling RTS before the reading begins. + + *  **Device Address** Address of the slave device (1byte) to be used on the bus for identification. ​ + *  **Modbus Type** variant of the Modbus protocol to use for communication. Select between RTU (mostly used) and ASCII. + *  **Datapoints** Datapoints collection + + + + ===== Gateway MyHome ===== + + {{ :​system_obj_-_bticino.png?​nolink&​100 |}} + + It allows the bidirectional connection of MyHome BTicino plants to KNX plants. Through easy-to-fit tables it is possible to set matching among the messages coming from the two worlds. + + * **IP Address** IP address of the device or of the serial server + * **Port Number** Serial port number that changes depending on the server used: + * Compact: use 0. + * Rack: for the 2 RS-232 ports use 0 and 1. For the additional green ports use 2 and 3. + * Brickbox: for RS-232 use 4. For RS-485 use 5. + * When using a USB port, use 10. + * **Lights** Collection of lights + * **Automation** ​ + * **Heating** Collection of heating and cooling elements. + + ==== Object Commands ==== + Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: + + ++++Launch a scenario| This command allows launching of a scenario configured on the MyHome system. + * **Scenario Number** as configured in MyHome. + * **Control Panel** + * **Interface (I)** + ++++ + ++++Lights: point to point control ON/OFF| This command allows to send an ON or OFF command to one lighting point. + * **Room (A)** as configured in MyHome. + * **Light Point (PL)** + * **Interface (I)** + * **ON/OFF** type 0 to turn off and 1 to turn on. + ++++ + ++++Lights: point to point control DIMMER| This command allows to send a dimming value to one dimmer. + * **Room (A)** as configured in MyHome. + * **Light Point (PL)** + * **Interface (I)** + * **Dimmer Level** type a value between 0 and 255 for dimmer'​s level. + ++++ + ++++Lights: point to point control TIMED| This command allows to send an ON value duration for one light point. + * **Room (A)** as configured in MyHome. + * **Light Point (PL)** + * **Interface (I)** + * **ON timed for (min)** the values can be 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 4,5, or 15 min. + ++++ + ++++Lights: control for room ON/OFF| This command allows to send an ON or OFF command to an entire room. + * **Room (A)** as configured in MyHome. + * **Interface (I)** + * **ON/OFF** type 0 to turn off and 1 to turn on. + ++++ + ++++Lights: control for room TIMED| This command allows to send an ON value duration for an entire room. + * **Room (A)** as configured in MyHome. + * **Interface (I)** + * **ON timed for (min)** the values can be 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 4,5, or 15 min. + ++++ + ++++Lights: control for group ON/OFF| This command allows to send an ON or OFF command to a group of lighting points. + * **Group** as configured in MyHome. + * **Interface (I)** + * **ON/OFF** type 0 to turn off and 1 to turn on. + ++++ + ++++Lights: control for group DIMMER| This command allows to send a dimming value to a group of lighting points. + * **Group** as configured in MyHome. + * **Interface (I)** + * **Dimmer Level** type a value between 0 and 255 for dimmer'​s level. + ++++ + ++++Lights: control for group TIMED| This command allows to send an ON value duration for a group of lighting points. + * **Group** as configured in MyHome. + * **Interface (I)** + * **ON timed for (min)** the values can be 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 4,5, or 15 min. + ++++ + ++++Lights: general control ON/OFF| This command allows to send an ON or OFF command to all lighting points. + * **ON/OFF** type 0 to turn off and 1 to turn on. + ++++ + ++++Lights: general control DIMMER| This command allows to send a dimming value to all lighting points. + * **Dimmer Level** type a value between 0 and 255 for dimmer'​s level. + ++++ + ++++Lights: general control TIMED| This command allows to send an ON value duration for all lighting points. + * **ON timed for (min)** the values can be 0.5, 1, 2, 3, 4,5, or 15 min. + ++++ + ++++Automation:​ point to point control| This command allows to control a single shutter by sending Up, Down or Stop. + * **Room (A)** as configured in MyHome. + * **Automation Point (PL)** + * **Interface (I)** + * **Stop/​Up/​Down** Stop=0, Up=1, Down=2. + ++++ + ++++Automation:​ control for group| This command allows to control a group of shutters by sending Up, Down or Stop. + * **Group** as configured in MyHome. + * **Interface (I)** + * **Stop/​Up/​Down** Stop=0, Up=1, Down=2. + ++++ + ++++Automation:​ control for room| This command allows to control all shutters in a single room. + * **Room** as configured in MyHome. + * **Interface (I)** + * **Stop/​Up/​Down** Stop=0, Up=1, Down=2. + ++++ + ++++Automation:​ general control| This command allows to control all shutters. + * **Stop/​Up/​Down** Stop=0, Up=1, Down=2. + ++++ + ++++Temperature Control: Setpoint| This command allows to change the setpoint in a zone. + * **Zone (ZA, ZB)** as configured in MyHome. + * **Temperature** type the value of the temperature in °C. + ++++ + ++++Temperature Control: enable or disable| This command allows to enable/​disable the thermostat. + * **Zone (ZA, ZB)** as configured in MyHome. + * **Enable or disable** type 1 to enable and 0 to disable. + ++++ + ++++Sound: Control the volume| This command allows to control the volume of a speaker. + * **Room (A)** as configured in MyHome. + * **Loudspeaker (PF)** ​ + * **Volume** the number must be between 0 and 255. + ++++ + ++++Sound: control a speaker ON/OFF| This command allows to turn a speaker on or off. + * **Room (A)** as configured in MyHome. + * **Loudspeaker (PF)** ​ + * **ON/OFF** insert 1 to turn on and 0 to turn off. + ++++ ===== Z-Wave Controller ===== ===== Z-Wave Controller ===== Line 1008: Line 1391: {{ :​system_obj_-_zwave.png?​nolink&​100 |}} {{ :​system_obj_-_zwave.png?​nolink&​100 |}} - It allows to integrate Z-Wave devices. Without any gateway, the result is a reliable and easy-to-use system with a bidirectional connection between Z-Wave and other standards such as KNX. + It allows to integrate Z-Wave devices. Without any gateway, the result is a reliable and easy-to-use system with a bidirectional connection between Z-Wave and other standards such as KNX. + + For a full list of all the compatible Z-wave devices with Thinknx server, visit this link here http://​www.thinknx.com/​v3/​php/​products.php. ​ * **Use internal controller** If enable, it will be used the server internal Z-Wave controller. If disabled it will be possible to use an external Z-Wave controller. This option is only used during configuration phase. If disabled, following properties will appear: * **Use internal controller** If enable, it will be used the server internal Z-Wave controller. If disabled it will be possible to use an external Z-Wave controller. This option is only used during configuration phase. If disabled, following properties will appear: Line 1167: Line 1552: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: - == Send SMS to numbers with text == + ++++Send SMS to numbers with text|  This function allows the sending of an SMS to multiple phone numbers. - + * **SMS text content** message body. - Sends an SMS. In the parameters specify the SMS content ​and the recipients’ number; the number ​should be preceded by the national code without leading + nor 00. + * **Receivers phone numbers** use " ​; " to indicate more receivers. Number ​should be international ​without leading + or 00. + ++++ ===== Lutron ===== ===== Lutron ===== Line 1280: Line 1665: This object represents the interface between ThinKnx system and a third-party device connected through serial port. It makes possible to send commands through the serial port to the device. This object represents the interface between ThinKnx system and a third-party device connected through serial port. It makes possible to send commands through the serial port to the device. - * **Port Number** Serial port number. ​It can be between ​0 and 3. For USB use 10. + * **Port Number** Serial port number ​that changes depending on the server used: + * Compact: use 0. + * Rack: for the 2 RS-232 ports use 0 and 1. For the additional green ports use 2 and 3. + * Brickbox: for RS-232 use 4. For RS-485 use 5. + * When using a USB port, use 10. * **Baud Rate** Serial port baud rate. * **Baud Rate** Serial port baud rate. * **Data Length** Number of bits for data. * **Data Length** Number of bits for data. Line 1290: Line 1679: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: - == Send string with no termination ​== + ++++Send string with no termination| This command is used to send a text without termination. - + * **String to send** input the string ​that will be sent to the serial ​gateway. - Sends a string to the serial ​port without carriage return; adjust the parameter on the right to specify the string text. + ++++ - + ++++Send string with CR termination| This command is used when sending ​a text with CR termination,​ marking ​the end of the line. - == Send string with CR termination ​== + * **String ​to send** input the string ​that will be sent to the serial gateway. - + ++++ - Sends a string to the serial port with carriage return; adjust ​the parameter on the right to specify ​the string ​text. + ++++Send hexadecimal string with no termination| This command is used to send an hexadecimal string without ​termination. - + * **String ​to send** input the string ​that will be sent to the serial gateway. - == Send hexadecimal string with no termination ​== + ++++ - + ++++Send hexadecimal string with CR termination| This command is used when sending an hexadecimal string with CR termination,​ marking ​the end of the line. - Sends a hexadecimal string ​to the serial port without ​carriage return; adjust the parameter on the right to specify ​the string ​text. The string command has to be converted in hexadecimal,​ and each byte must be separated by a space. In case of absence of CR, also the termination characters must be expressed in hexadecimal. + * **String ​to send** input the string ​that will be sent to the serial gateway. - + ++++ - == Send hexadecimal string with CR termination ​== + - + - Sends a hexadecimal string ​to the serial port with carriage return; adjust ​the parameter on the right to specify ​the string ​text. The string command has to be converted in hexadecimal,​ and each byte must be separated by a space. + ==== Serial port settings for ThinKnx servers ==== ==== Serial port settings for ThinKnx servers ==== Line 1328: Line 1714: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: - == Make a http GET call to a specific ​url == + ++++Make an HTTP GET call to a specified ​url| This command allows the sending of an HTTP GET request to execute a command. + * **URL** + * **Timeout for connection** in milliseconds,​ default 3000 ms. + ++++ - Allows ​to send a GET; adjust ​the ”URL” parameter on the right to specify ​the url. + ++++Make an HTTP GET call to a specified url with username and password| This command allows ​the sending of an HTTP GET request execute a command. + * **URL** + * **Username** used to authenticate to the server + * **Password** used to authenticate ​to the server + * **Timeout for connection** in milliseconds,​ default 3000 ms. + ++++ - == Make a http GET call to a specific ​url with username == + ++++Make an HTTP POST call to a specified ​url| This command allows the sending of an HTTP POST request to send data to a certain sever in order to execute a command. + * **URL** + * **Content to send into call** multiple form fields and values can be sent via the same URL. The encoding used by default is based on an early version of the general URI percent-encoding rules, with a number of modifications such as newline normalization and replacing spaces ​with + instead of %20. The media type of data encoded this way is application/​x-www-form-urlencoded. + * **Timeout for connection** in milliseconds,​ default 3000 ms. + ++++ - Allows ​to send a GET; adjust ​the ”URL” parameter ​on the right to specify the url and type in the login parameters required for the authentication ​to the server. + ++++Make an HTTP POST call to a specified url with username and password| This command allows the sending of an HTTP POST request ​to send data to a certain sever in order to execute a command. The server in this case requires a username and password. + * **URL** + * **Content to send into call** multiple form fields and values can be sent via the same URL. The encoding used by default is based on an early version of the general URI percent-encoding rules, with a number of modifications such as newline normalization ​and replacing spaces with + instead of %20. The media type of data encoded this way is application/​x-www-form-urlencoded. + * **Username** used the authenticate to the server. + * **Password** used to authenticate ​to the server. + * **Timeout for connection** in milliseconds,​ default 3000 ms. + ++++ - == Make a http POST call to a specific url == + ++++Send string with no termination to TCP socket| This command allows the sending of a string ​to a TCP host on a defined port. + * **String to send** + * **Host:​port** + * **Timeout for connection** in milliseconds,​ default 3000 ms. + * **Time to wait before closing connection after data sending** in milliseconds,​ default 100 ms. + ++++ - Allows ​to send a POST; adjust ​the ”URL” parameter on the right to specify the url. + ++++Send string with CR termination ​to TCP socket| This command allows the sending of a string with CR termination,​ marking ​the end of the line, to a TCP host on a defined port. + * **String to send** + * **Host:​port** + * **Timeout for connection** in milliseconds,​ default 3000 ms. + * **Time to wait before closing connection after data sending** in milliseconds,​ default 100 ms. + ++++ - == Make a http POST call to a specific url with username == + ++++Send hexadecimal string with no termination to TCP socket| This command allows the sending of an hexadecimal string ​to a TCP host on a defined port. + * **String to send** + * **Host:​port** + * **Timeout for connection** in milliseconds,​ default 3000 ms. + * **Time to wait before closing connection after data sending** in milliseconds,​ default 100 ms. - Allows to send a POST; adjust the ”URL” parameter on the right to specify the url and type in the login parameters required for the authentication ​to the server. + To send "hello world",​ it is enough to convert this ASCII text to HEX using a simple tool such as https://​www.rapidtables.com/​convert/​number/​ascii-to-hex.html, ​and the HEX string ​to send would be "68 65 6c 6c 6f 20 77 6f 72 6c 64". + ++++ - == Send string with no termination to TCP socket ​== + ++++Send hexadecimal ​string with CR termination to TCP socket| This command allows the sending of a string with CR termination,​ marking the end of the line, to a TCP host on a defined port. + * **String to send** + * **Host:​port** + * **Timeout for connection** in milliseconds,​ default 3000 ms. + * **Time to wait before closing connection after data sending** in milliseconds,​ default 100 ms. - Allows to send a string ​to a TCP socket without carriage return; adjust the parameters on the right to specify ​the string ​text and type in the IP address and port of the server. + To send "hello world",​ it is enough ​to convert this ASCII text to HEX using a simple tool such as https://​www.rapidtables.com/​convert/​number/​ascii-to-hex.html, and the HEX string ​to send would be "68 65 6c 6c 6f 20 77 6f 72 6c 64". + ++++ - == Send string with CR termination to TCP socket ​== + ++++Send string with no termination to UDP socket| This command allows the sending of an hexadecimal string to a UDP host on a defined port. + * **String to send** + * **Host:​port** + * **Timeout for connection** in milliseconds,​ default 3000 ms. + * **Time to wait before closing connection after data sending** in milliseconds,​ default 100 ms. + ++++ - Allows to send a string to a TCP socket ​with carriage return; adjust the parameters on the right to specify ​the string ​text and type in the IP address and port of the server. + ++++Send ​string ​with CR termination ​to UDP socket| This command allows ​the sending of a string ​with CR termination,​ marking ​the end of the line, to a UDP host on a defined port. + * **String to send** + * **Host:​port** + * **Timeout for connection** in milliseconds,​ default 3000 ms. + * **Time to wait before closing connection after data sending** in milliseconds,​ default 100 ms. + ++++ - == Send hexadecimal string with no termination to TCP socket ​== + ++++Send hexadecimal string with no termination to UDP socket| This command allows the sending of an hexadecimal string to a UDP host on a defined port. + * **String to send** + * **Host:​port** + * **Timeout for connection** in milliseconds,​ default 3000 ms. + * **Time to wait before closing connection after data sending** in milliseconds,​ default 100 ms. + To send "hello world",​ it is enough to convert this ASCII text to HEX using a simple tool such as https://​www.rapidtables.com/​convert/​number/​ascii-to-hex.html,​ and the HEX string to send would be "68 65 6c 6c 6f 20 77 6f 72 6c 64". + ++++ - Allows to send a hexadecimal string to a TCP socket ​without carriage return; adjust the parameters on the right to specify ​the string ​text and type in the IP address and port of the server. The string command has to be converted ​in hexadecimal, and each byte must be separated by a space. In case of absence of CR, also the termination characters must be expressed in hexadecimal. + ++++Send ​hexadecimal string ​with CR termination ​to UDP socket| This command allows ​the sending of a string ​with CR termination,​ marking ​the end of the line, to a UDP host on a defined port. + * **String ​to send** + * **Host:​port** + * **Timeout for connection** ​in milliseconds, default 3000 ms. + * **Time to wait before closing connection after data sending** in milliseconds,​ default 100 ms. + To send "hello world",​ it is enough to convert this ASCII text to HEX using a simple tool such as https://www.rapidtables.com/​convert/​number/​ascii-to-hex.html, and the HEX string to send would be "68 65 6c 6c 6f 20 77 6f 72 6c 64". + ++++ - == Send hexadecimal string with CR termination to TCP socket ​== + ++++Send hexadecimal string with no termination to UDP socket ​in multicast| This command allows the sending of an hexadecimal string to a UDP host supporting multicast on a defined port. The characters should be separated by a space. + * **String to send** + * **Host:​port** + * **Timeout for connection** in milliseconds,​ default 3000 ms. + * **Time to wait before closing connection after data sending** in milliseconds,​ default 100 ms. - Allows to send a hexadecimal string ​to a TCP socket with carriage return; adjust the parameters on the right to specify the string text and type in the IP address and port of the server. The string ​command has to be converted in hexadecimal,​ and each byte must be separated by a space. + To send "hello world",​ it is enough ​to convert this ASCII text to HEX using a simple tool such as https://​www.rapidtables.com/​convert/​number/​ascii-to-hex.html, ​and the HEX string to send would be "68 65 6c 6c 6f 20 77 6f 72 6c 64". + ++++ - == Send string with no termination to UDP socket ​== + ++++Send hexadecimal ​string with CR termination to UDP socket ​in multicast| This command allows the sending of a string with CR termination,​ marking the end of the line, to a UDP host supporting multicast on a defined port. + * **String to send** + * **Host:​port** + * **Timeout for connection** in milliseconds,​ default 3000 ms. + * **Time to wait before closing connection after data sending** in milliseconds,​ default 100 ms. + To send "hello world",​ it is enough to convert this ASCII text to HEX using a simple tool such as https://​www.rapidtables.com/​convert/​number/​ascii-to-hex.html,​ and the HEX string to send would be "68 65 6c 6c 6f 20 77 6f 72 6c 64". + ++++ - Allows ​to send a string ​to a UDP socket without carriage return; adjust ​the parameters on the right to specify ​the string text and type in the IP address and port of the server. + ++++Send SOAP request ​to the specified url| This command allows the sending of a SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) request ​to a URL. SOAP is an XML-based messaging protocol for exchanging information among computers. + * **URL** + * **SOAP Envelope** Defines ​the start and the end of the message. It is a mandatory element. + * **SOAP Action** indicates ​the intent ​of the SOAP HTTP request. + ++++ - == Send string ​with CR termination ​to UDP socket == + ++++Establish SSH session and send commands| This command allows to establish an SSH session ​with a server to execute certain commands. Secure Socket Shell or SSH, is a network protocol that gives users, particularly system administrators,​ a secure way to access a computer over an unsecured network. + * **SSH server hostname** + * **SSH server port** + * **Username** + * **Password** + * **Commands ​to send** Commands must be enclosed in double quotes and separeted by a space, example: "cmd one" "cmd two" "​etc"​ - Allows to send a string to a UDP socket with carriage return; adjust the parameters on the right to specify the string text and type in the IP address and port of the server. + Application:​ This session can be used to connect ​to the home router/​access point through Thinknx. - + ++++ - == Send hexadecimal string with no termination to UDP socket == + - + - Allows to send a hexadecimal string to a UDP socket without carriage return; adjust the parameters on the right to specify the string text and type in the IP address and port of the server. The string command has to be converted in hexadecimal,​ and each byte must be separated by a space. In case of absence of CR, also the termination characters must be expressed in hexadecimal. + - + - == Send hexadecimal string with CR termination ​to UDP socket == + - + - Allows ​to send a hexadecimal string to a UDP socket with carriage return; adjust ​the parameters on the right to specify the string text and type in the IP address and port of the server. The string command has to be converted in hexadecimal,​ and each byte must be separated by a space. + - + - == Send SOAP request to the specified URL == + - + - Allows to send a SOAP request; adjust the parameters on the right to specify the destination URL, the SOAP envelope and the SOAP action of the request. + ===== P1 Meter Interface ===== ===== P1 Meter Interface ===== Line 1400: Line 1855: * KNX group calorie cool: KNX group calorie cool. * KNX group calorie cool: KNX group calorie cool. * KNX water consumption:​ KNX water consumption. * KNX water consumption:​ KNX water consumption. + + ===== Voice Control Gateway ===== + + {{ :​voice_cntrl.png?​nolink&​70 |}} + + This object allows you to control the house by sending voice commands to your voice enabled device, whether it was via Siri (Apple Homekit), Alexa (Amazon Echo) or Google Assistant. For more information please refer to the [[voice_control|Voice Control Gateway section]]. + + * **Label** Text label to identify the object + * **Lights** Holds the collection of Light objects added + * **Rollers Shutters** Holds the collection of Shutter objects added + * **Thermo Comfort** Holds the collection of Thermo Comfort objects added + * **Scenes** Holds the collection of Scene objects added + + ===== IFTTT Account ===== + + {{ :​ifttt_32.png?​nolink&​50 |}} + + This object allows you to connect with IFTTT service to create automated tasks between a wide array of apps, services, and devices. For more information please refer to the [[ifttt|IFTTT section]]. + + * **Label** Text label to identify the object + * **Webhook Key** Webhook key of the user account to use to communicate with IFTTT service. Can be obtained visiting this URL: <​nowiki>​ https://​ifttt.com/​services/​maker_webhooks/​settings ​ ===== Tester ===== ===== Tester ===== Line 1435: Line 1911: If the “Test type” is set to “Ping KNX Device” the following property will appear: If the “Test type” is set to “Ping KNX Device” the following property will appear: * **KNX Physical Addr.** KNX physical address of the test target * **KNX Physical Addr.** KNX physical address of the test target + ====== Multimedia ====== ===== Video Matrix ===== ===== Video Matrix ===== Line 1454: Line 1930: * IP address: Device IP address. * IP address: Device IP address. * Port number: TCP/IP port number for ethernet connection.\\ If the property ”Use serial port” is set to ”Enabled”,​ the following property will be displayed: * Port number: TCP/IP port number for ethernet connection.\\ If the property ”Use serial port” is set to ”Enabled”,​ the following property will be displayed: - * Serial port: Server serial ​port number. + * Serial port: Serial ​port number ​that changes depending on the server used: + * Compact: use 0. + * Rack: for the 2 RS-232 ports use 0 and 1. For the additional green ports use 2 and 3. + * Brickbox: for RS-232 use 4. For RS-485 use 5. + * When using a USB port, use 10. ==== Object commands ==== ==== Object commands ==== Line 1460: Line 1940: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: - == Set the selected ​input for a selected ​output ​== + ++++Disconnect ​input for every output|  This command will disconnect all the inputs connected to the outputs. + ++++ - Associates a specified ​input with a specified ​output ​of the matrix; ​input and output ​numbers can be specified by adjusting the ”Input Number” and ”Output Number” on the right. + ++++Disconnect ​input for selected ​output|  This command will disconnect ​the input connected to the desired ​output. + * **Output Number** - == Disconnect input for the selected output == + ++++ - Disconnects a specified ​input from the previously specified ​output ​of the matrix; ​input and output ​numbers can be specified by adjusting the ”Input Number” and ”Output Number” on the right. + ++++Set the selected ​input to the selected ​output|  This command will allow to set the desired ​input to a selected ​output. + * **Input Number** + * **Output Number** + ++++ - == Disconnect input for every output == - - Resets all the previously configured connection between inputs and outputs of the video matrix. ===== Audio Matrix ===== ===== Audio Matrix ===== Line 1489: Line 1971: * IP address: Device IP address. * IP address: Device IP address. * Port number: TCP/IP port number for ethernet connection.\\ If the property ”Use serial port” is set to ”Enabled”,​ the following property will be displayed: * Port number: TCP/IP port number for ethernet connection.\\ If the property ”Use serial port” is set to ”Enabled”,​ the following property will be displayed: - * Serial port: Server serial ​port number. + * Serial port: Serial ​port number ​that changes depending on the server used: + * Compact: use 0. + * Rack: for the 2 RS-232 ports use 0 and 1. For the additional green ports use 2 and 3. + * Brickbox: for RS-232 use 4. For RS-485 use 5. + * When using a USB port, use 10. * **Mute KNX Group** KNX group for mute command. * **Mute KNX Group** KNX group for mute command. Line 1496: Line 1982: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: - == Set the selected input for a selected output ​== + ++++Set the selected input ot the selected output|  This command will allow to set the desired input to one or more multiple outputs. + * **Input Number** + * **Output Number** use comma ","​ to send to multiple outputs. + ++++ - Associates a specified ​input with a specified ​output ​of the matrix; input and output numbers can be specified by adjusting the ”Input Number” and ”Output Number” ​on the right. + ++++Disconnect ​input for every output|  This command will allow to disconnect ​the inputs ​on all outputs. + ++++ - == Disconnect input for the selected output == + ++++Mute or unmute ​selected output|  This command will allow to mute or unmute one or more outputs. + * **Output Number** use comma ","​ to send to multiple outputs. + * **Mute Value** 1=muted, 0=unmuted. + ++++ - Disconnects a specified input from the previously specified ​output ​of the matrix; input and output ​numbers can be specified ​by adjusting the ”Input Number” and ”Output Number” on the right. + ++++Volume up selected ​output|  This command will allow to raise the volume on the selected ​output. The volume is raised ​by 1. + * **Output Number** use comma ","​ to send to multiple outputs. + ++++ - == Disconnect input for every output ​== + ++++Volume down selected ​output|  This command will allow to lower the volume on the selected output. The volume is lowered by 1. + * **Output Number** use comma ","​ to send to multiple outputs. + ++++ - Resets all the previously configured connection between inputs and outputs of the audio matrix. + ++++Set volume for selected output|  This command will allow to set the a desired ​value to the volume ​on the selected output. - + * **Output Number** use comma "," to send to multiple outputs. - == Mute or unmute ​selected output ​== + * **Volume** ​value between 0-100. - + ++++ - Temporarily mutes a selected output; several output numbers, separated by a comma, can be typed in the ”Output number” parameter. The ”Mute” bit value can be adjusted in the related parameter as well. + - + - == Volume up selected output == + - + - Turns up the volume ​of a specified output (several output numbers, separated by a comma, can be typed in the ”Output number” parameter). + - + - == Volume down selected output ​== + - + - Turns down the volume of a specified output (several output numbers, separated by a comma, ​can be typed in the ”Output number” parameter). + - + - == Set volume for selected output == + - + - Configures a specified volume ​value for the selected output; the volume value and the output number(s) can be defined by adjusting the parameters on the right. + ===== Display ===== ===== Display ===== Line 1534: Line 2018: * //TV brand LCD// * //TV brand LCD// * //TV brand NEC// * //TV brand NEC// - * **Serial port** ​Server serial ​port number. + * **Serial port** ​Serial ​port number ​that changes depending on the server used: + * Compact: use 0. + * Rack: for the 2 RS-232 ports use 0 and 1. For the additional green ports use 2 and 3. + * Brickbox: for RS-232 use 4. For RS-485 use 5. + * When using a USB port, use 10. ==== Object Commands ==== ==== Object Commands ==== Line 1540: Line 2028: Commands that can be recalled from other objects: Commands that can be recalled from other objects: - == Set the TV channel number ​== + ++++Set the TV channel number|  This command will allow to change the TV channel to the desired channel entered inside the parameter. + * **Channel Number** + ++++ - Change channel on the TV to the desired number. + ++++Set ​the video source| ​ This command will allow to set the video source on the TV. + * **Source Number** + ++++ - == Set the video source ​== + ++++On or standby the device| ​ This command will allow to turn ON the TV or put it to Standby mode. + * **Power Value** 1=Power ON, 0=Standby. + ++++ - Set the video source. + ++++Set the audio volume| ​ This command will allow to send a value to the TV volume. + * **Volume Level** value between 0-100. + ++++ - == Muet or unmute ​the audio == + ++++Set ​the audio volume up|  This command will allow to raise the volume on the TV. + ++++ - Set mute or unmute. + ++++Set the audio volume down|  This command will allow to lower the volume on the TV. + ++++ - == On or standby the device == - - Turn on the device or put it in standby. - - == Set the audio volume == - - Set the volume - - == Set the audio volume up == - - Raise the volume - - == Set the audio volume down == - - Lower the volume ===== Home theater ===== ===== Home theater ===== Line 1581: Line 2064: * IP address: Device IP address. * IP address: Device IP address. * Port number: TCP/IP port number for ethernet connection.\\ If the property ”Use serial port” is set to ”Enabled”,​ the following property will be displayed: * Port number: TCP/IP port number for ethernet connection.\\ If the property ”Use serial port” is set to ”Enabled”,​ the following property will be displayed: - * Serial port: Server serial ​port number. + * Serial port: Serial ​port number ​that changes depending on the server used: + * Compact: use 0. + * Rack: for the 2 RS-232 ports use 0 and 1. For the additional green ports use 2 and 3. + * Brickbox: for RS-232 use 4. For RS-485 use 5. + * When using a USB port, use 10. ==== Object commands ==== ==== Object commands ==== Line 1588: Line 2074: Commands that can be recalled from other objects: Commands that can be recalled from other objects: - == Power On or Standby device ​== + ++++Power On or Standby device|  This command will allow to turn the device On or put it to Standby mode. The command is sent to each zone individually. + * **Subzone** + * **power value** this value varies depending on the Brand of the Home Theater device. For more information,​ contact support@thinknx.com. + ++++ - Power on or standby ​the device. + ++++Mute ​or unmute main output| ​ This command will allow to mute or unmute ​the output on the selected subzone. + * **Subzone** + * **mute value** this value varies depending on the Brand of the Home Theater ​device. ​For more information,​ contact support@thinknx.com. + ++++ - == Mute or unmute ​main output ​== + ++++Volume up main output|  This command will allow to raise the volume on the selected subzone. + * **Subzone** + ++++ - Mute or unmute the main output. + ++++Volume down main output|  This command will allow to lower the volume on the selected subzone. + * **Subzone** + ++++ - == Enable or disable Subwoofer == + ++++Set volume for main output| ​ This command will allow to send a desired value to the output'​s volume. + * **Subzone** + * **Volume** value between 0-100. + ++++ - Enable or disable ​the subwoofer. + ++++Bass up main output| ​ This command will allow to raise the bass on the output. + ++++ - == Enable or disable OSD == + ++++Bass down main output| ​ This command will allow to lower the bass on the output. + ++++ - Enable or disable ​the OSD. + ++++Treble up main output| ​ This command will allow to raise the treble on the output. + ++++ - == Volume up main output ​== + ++++Treble down main output|  This command will allow to lower the treble on the output. + ++++ - Raise the main output volume + ++++Enable or disable Subwoofer| ​ This command will allow to enable or disable ​the subwoofer. + * **Sub enable** + ++++ - == Volume down main output ​== + ++++Select source for main output|  This command will allow to set the desired source to the main output of the selected zone. + * **Subzone** + * **Main source** + ++++ - Lower the main output volume + ++++Select audio source for selected main source| ​ This command will allow to set the main audio source. + * **Subzone** + * **Main source audio** + ++++ - == Set volume ​for main output == + ++++Select video source ​for selected ​main source| ​ This command will allow to set the main video source. + * **Subzone** + * **Main source video** + ++++ - Set the main output volume + ++++Read tuner frequency| ​ This command will allow to get a feedback on the current tuner frequency. + ++++ - == Bass up selected output == + ++++Read tuner station| ​ This command will allow to get a feedback on the current tuner station. + ++++ - Raise low frequencies for the selected output. + ++++Tuner frequency up|  This command will allow to raise the tuner frequency. + ++++ - == Bass down selected output == + ++++Tuner frequency ​down|  This command will allow to lower the tuner frequency. + ++++ - Lower low frequencies ​for the selected output. + ++++Tuner up|  This command will allow to scan for the next tuner station. + ++++ - == Treble up main output == + ++++Tuner down|  This command will allow to scan for the previous tuner station. + ++++ - Raise high frequencies for the main output. + ++++Tuner auto search| ​ This command will allow to launch ​the tuner auto search. + ++++ - == Treble down main output == + ++++Tuner stop search| ​ This command will allow to stop the tuner auto search. + ++++ - Lower high frequencies ​for the main output. + ++++Select digital mode for main output|  This command will allow to select the digital mode on the device. + * **Digital Mode** + ++++ - == Move OSD cursor up == + ++++Select surround mode for main output| ​ This command will allow to select the surround mode on the device. + * **Digital Mode** + ++++ - Move OSD up + ++++Remote setup menu show/​hide| ​ This command will allow show/hide the on screen display menu for the remote. + * **OSD Setup** 1=show OSD menu, 0=hide OSD menu. + ++++ - == Move OSD cursor ​down == + ++++Remote press cursor ​up|  This command will simulate the remote control command "​Cursor Up". + ++++ - Move l’OSD ​down + ++++Remote press cursor ​down|  This command will simulate the remote control command "​Cursor Down"​. + ++++ - == Move OSD cursor right == + ++++Remote press cursor right|  This command will simulate the remote control command "​Cursor Right"​. + ++++ - Move l’OSD right + ++++Remote press cursor left|  This command will simulate the remote control command "​Cursor Left"​. + ++++ - == Move OSD cursor left == + ++++Remote press Enter button| ​ This command will simulate the remote control button "​Enter"​. + ++++ - Move l’OSD left + ++++Remote press Back/Return button| ​ This command will simulate the remote control button "​Back/​Return"​. + ++++ - == Select Source for main output == + ++++Remote press Option button| ​ This command will simulate the remote control button "​Option"​. + ++++ - Select source for the main output. + ++++Remote press Info button| ​ This command will simulate ​the remote control ​button ​"​Info"​. - + ++++ - == Select audio source for selected main source == + - + - Select audio source for main source. + - + - == Select video source for selected main source == + - + - Select video source for main source. + - + - == Read tuner frequency == + - + - Read tuner frequency. + - + - == Read tuner station == + - + - Read tuner station. + - + - == Tuner Frequency up == + - + - Tuner frequency up. + - + - == Tuner Frequency down == + - + - Tuner frequency down. + - + - == Tuner Preset up == + - + - Change to next preset. + - + - == Tuner Preset down == + - + - Change to previous preset. + - + - == Tuner auto search == + - + - Tuner auto search. + - + - == Tuner stop sarch == + - + - Tuner stop search. + - + - == Press Enter button ​on OSD == + - + - Press Enter button on OSD. + - + - == Select Digital mode for main output == + - + - Select digital mode for main output. + - + - == Select Surround mode for main output == + - + - Select surround mode for main output. + + ++++Send a custom command| ​ This command will allow to send a customized command to the device. + * **Command to send to the device** refer to the Denon/​Marantz protocol specification. + ++++ ===== Sonos Zone Player (Obsolete) ===== ===== Sonos Zone Player (Obsolete) ===== Line 1766: Line 2253: Plays audio from a streaming webradio: the streaming url can be defined by adjusting the parameter on the right. Plays audio from a streaming webradio: the streaming url can be defined by adjusting the parameter on the right. - ===== Mediaplayer ​===== + ===== Media Player ​===== {{ :​system_obj_-_mediaplayer.png?​nolink&​100 |}} {{ :​system_obj_-_mediaplayer.png?​nolink&​100 |}} Line 1782: Line 2269: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: - == Navigate up in the user interface ​== + ++++ Navigate up in the user interface| Simulates the $\uparrow$ command. - + ++++ - Simulates the $\uparrow$ command. + - + - == Navigate down in the user interface == + - + - Simulates the $\downarrow$ command. + - + - == Navigate right in the user interface == + - + - Simulates the $\rightarrow$ command. + - + - == Navigate left in the user interface == + - + - Simulates the $\leftarrow$ command. + - + - == Select current item in the user interface == + - + - Select the current object in the user interface. (It simulates the ”OK” or ”Enter” command) + - + - == Goes back in the user interface == + - + - Return to the previous page; it simulates the ”Return” or ”Back” command. + - + - == Shows the context menu in the user interface == + - + - Visualise the current object menu; it simulates the ”Menu” button. + - + - == Shows the information dialogue == + - + - Displays a pop-up with the information related to the current program; it simulates the ”Info” button. + - + - == Goes to GUI homepage == + - + - Redirects to the GUI homepage; it simulates the ”Home” button. + - + - == Shows the on-screen display for the current player == + - + - Visualise a pop-up with the on-screen display for the current player. + - + - == Starts playback of a single file or an item from the database == + - + - Launches a specified file; the file path can be specified by adjusting the ”File path” parameter on the right. + - + - == Play/Pause the player == + - + - Play or pause the current player. + - + - == Stop the player == + - + - Stops the player. + - + - == Skip the current track and play the next one == + - + - Skips the current track and directly play the next one. + - + - == Skip the current track and play the previous one == + - + - Skips the current track and directly play the next one. + - + - == Make a step forward on the current playing element == + - + - Fast forward the current playing element. + - + - == Make a step backward on the current playing element == + - + - Fast backward the current playing element. + - + - == Raise the volume of the player == + - + - Turns the volume up. + - + - == Lower the volume of the player == + - + - Turns the volume down. + + ++++ Navigate down in the user interface | Simulates the $\downarrow$ command. + ++++ + ++++ Navigate right in the user interface | Simulates the $\rightarrow$ command. + ++++ + ++++ Navigate left in the user interface | Simulates the $\leftarrow$ command. + ++++ + ++++ Select current item in the user interface | Select the current object in the user interface. (It simulates the ”OK” or ”Enter” command) + ++++ + ++++ Goes back in the user interface | Return to the previous page; it simulates the ”Return” or ”Back” command. + ++++ + ++++ Shows the context menu in the user interface | Visualise the current object menu; it simulates the ”Menu” button. + ++++ + ++++ Shows the information dialogue | Displays a pop-up with the information related to the current program; it simulates the ”Info” button. + ++++ + ++++ Goes to GUI homepage | Redirects to the GUI homepage; it simulates the ”Home” button. + ++++ + ++++ Shows the on-screen display for the current player | Visualise a pop-up with the on-screen display for the current player. + ++++ + ++++ Starts playback of a single file or an item from the database | Launches a specified file; the file path can be specified by adjusting the ”File path” parameter on the right. + ++++ + ++++ Play/Pause the player | Play or pause the current player. + ++++ + ++++ Stop the player | Stops the player. + ++++ + ++++ Skip the current track and play the next one | Skips the current track and directly play the next one. + ++++ + ++++ Skip the current track and play the previous one | Skips the current track and directly play the next one. + ++++ + ++++ Make a step forward on the current playing element | Fast forward the current playing element. + ++++ + ++++ Make a step backward on the current playing element | Fast backward the current playing element. + ++++ + ++++ Raise the volume of the player | Turns the volume up. + ++++ + ++++ Lower the volume of the player | Turns the volume down. + ++++ ===== Sonos Manager ===== ===== Sonos Manager ===== Line 1863: Line 2313: This object represents the complete integration of Sonos systems in ThinKnx, it allows to control and receive feedbacks from Sonos players directly through network without creating more traffic on KNX. In this way, all the commands and feedbacks can be available on KNX only if the installer really need them. This object represents the complete integration of Sonos systems in ThinKnx, it allows to control and receive feedbacks from Sonos players directly through network without creating more traffic on KNX. In this way, all the commands and feedbacks can be available on KNX only if the installer really need them. + + This object is currently tested with Sonos S1 system. For more information on S2, contact our support team. ​ * **Players** Sonos players configured in ThinKnx system. * **Players** Sonos players configured in ThinKnx system. Line 1921: Line 2373: Commands sent to the Sonos Player and recallable from other objects: Commands sent to the Sonos Player and recallable from other objects: - == Put the device in PLAY state == + ++++Put the device in PLAY state|  This command will allow to play music on the selected player. + ++++ - Allows ​to set the Play status ​on the Sonos Player. + ++++Put the device in STOP state| ​ This command will allow to stop the music from playing ​on the selected player. + ++++ - == Put the device ​in STOP state == + ++++Volume up the device|  This command will allow to raise the volume on the selected player. + ++++ - Allows ​to set the Stop status ​on the Sonos Player. + ++++Volume down the device| ​ This command will allow to lower the volume ​on the selected player. + ++++ - == Volume up the device == + ++++Skip track forward| ​ This command will allow to play the next track. + ++++ - Allows ​to increase ​the Sonos Player volume. + ++++Skip track backward| ​ This command will allow to play the previous track. + ++++ - == Volume down the device == + ++++Set value for volume| ​ This command will allow to set the volume to a desired level. + * **Desired Volume** value between 0 and 100. + ++++ - Allows ​to decrease ​the Sonos Player volume. + ++++Put the device in MUTE state| ​ This command will allow to mute/​unmute ​the player. + * **Mute value** 1=unmuted, 0=muted. + ++++ - == Set value for volume == + ++++Play the audio from Audio IN plug|  This command will allow to play the music coming from the analog input of the player. + ++++ - Allows ​to directly set the value of the volume ​of the Sonos Player; the volume value [0-100] ​can be adjusted by editing ​the parameter on the right. + ++++Play the audio from another player Audio IN plug|  This command will allow to play the music coming from the analog input of another player player. + * **Zone player unique identifier** this identifier ​can be found when accessing ​the Sonos Manager in System and going to the Players collection. + ++++ - == Skip track forward == + ++++Play the audio from a network file|  This command will allow to play a shared file on the network using its URL. + * **File URL** should follow the form <​nowiki>://​192.168.2.5/​Music/​abc.mp3 ​ + ++++ - Allows to skip to the next track in the Sonos Player queue. + ++++Play ​the audio from a streaming| ​ This command will allow to play from a streaming URL. + * **Streaming URL** should follow ​the form <​nowiki>://​myradiostream.com:​800​ + ++++ - == Skip track backward == + ++++Enable/​Disable Repeat PlayMode| ​ This command will enable/​disable the repeat mode. + * **Repeat value** 1=enabled, 0-disabled. + ++++ - Allows to skip to the previous track in the Sonos Player queue. + ++++Enable/​Disable Shuffle PlayMode| ​ This command will enable/​disable ​the Shuffle mode. + * **Shuffle value** 1=enabled, 0-disabled. + ++++ - == Put the device in MUTE state == + ++++Start a Playlist from its number| ​ This command will start playing a desired playlist from its number. + * **Playlist number** + ++++ - Allows to set the Mute status on the Sonos Player; the parameter on the right indicates whether to Mute (1) or Unmute (0) the device. + ++++Start a Playlist from its name|  This command will start playing a desired playlist from its name. + * **Playlist name** + ++++ - == Play the audio from AUDIO-IN plug == + ++++Play a favorite item from its number|  ​This command ​will start playing ​a desired item from the Favorite list. - + * **Favorite ​number** - Starts playing from Audio-in source. + ++++ - + - == Play the audio from another player’s AUDIO-IN plug == + - + - Starts playing from the Audio-in source of a different player; to specify the player adjust the parameter on the right specifying the unique identifier of the source player (refer to Sonos Player properties). + - + - == Play the audio from a network file == + - + - Starts playing from a network file source; the url of the file source must be adjusted in the parameter on the right, using the format //​%%//​%%192.168.2.5/​Music/​abc.mp3//​ + - + - == Play the audio from a streaming == + - + - Starts playing from a streaming source; the streaming url must be adjusted in the parameter on the right, using the format //​%%//​%%myradiostream.com/​stream.pl//​ + - + - == Enable/​Disable Repeat PlayMode == + - + - Allows to set the playing modality; the parameter on the right indicates whether to Enable (1) or Disable (0) the Repeat modality. + - + - == Enable/​Disable Shuffle PlayMode == + - + - Allows to set the playing modality; the parameter on the right indicates whether to Enable (1) or Disable (0) the Shuffle modality. + - + - == Start a playlist ​from its number ​== + - + - Recalls the playlist to play; the parameter on the right indicates the number of the desired playlist. ​This command ​only works if the playlist’s name in Sonos starts with “Num -” where Num is the number used to recall the playlist. + - + - == Start a playlist ​from its name == + - + - Recalls ​the playlist to play; the parameter on the right indicates the name of the desired playlist. This command only works if the playlist’s name in Sonos is equal to the specified parameter. + - + - == Start a favorite from its number ​== + - + - Recalls the favorite to play; the parameter on the right indicates the number of the desired favorite. This command only works if the favorite’s name in Sonos starts with “Num -” where Num is the number used to recall the favorite. + ==== Sonos Topology commands ==== ==== Sonos Topology commands ==== Line 2003: Line 2448: This object allows to control an IR Transmitter device integrated into the LAN network. It can be interfaced with Ethernet, Ethernet PoE and Controller LAN devices. This object allows to control an IR Transmitter device integrated into the LAN network. It can be interfaced with Ethernet, Ethernet PoE and Controller LAN devices. - * **IR commands** List of IR commands, ​see next [[system_objs#​adding_ir_commands|subsection 4.45.1]] . + * **IR commands** List of IR commands. Commands should be created manually in the IR Commands Editor. For each one, it is either possible to insert the code directly, or link it to an existing code from the imported database under "​Remote Directory"​. Learn more in section ​[[system_objs#​adding_ir_commands|"​Adding IR Commands"​]]. - * **Remotes directory** This property allows to choose from a list of remotes ​files exported from IRTrans. + * **IR device model** Select the brand of the IR transmitter used. The user can choose between **IR Trans Transmitter** or **Global Caché Transmitter**. + * **Remotes directory** This property allows to import ​a list of IR commands (remotes) exported from an IR Trans or a Global Cache device. * **Copy in project** If this property is enabled, the system automatically saves the remotes files in the project folders. * **Copy in project** If this property is enabled, the system automatically saves the remotes files in the project folders. * **Check for update** If this property is enabled, the system automatically checks if the remotes files are updated and immediately updates them if they are not. * **Check for update** If this property is enabled, the system automatically checks if the remotes files are updated and immediately updates them if they are not. - * **IP address** ​IR Transmitter device ​IP address. + * **IP address** IP address ​of the IR transmitter used. ==== Adding IR commands ==== ==== Adding IR commands ==== Line 2013: Line 2459: Click on the button displayed on the right to open the actions editor window, click on ”Add” and adjust the properties in the grid: Click on the button displayed on the right to open the actions editor window, click on ”Add” and adjust the properties in the grid: - * **Alias** ​Alternative name used to recall ​the IR command. + ​* **Label** Label of text that identify this command (as memo tag). - * **Remote** ​Remote control which the IR Trans file has been taken from. + ​* **Alias** ​Alias of the command that has to be used to recall ​this IR command. - * **Command** Command ​name. + + === Manually add IR data === + * **Remote** ​Leave this field empty in case you have an IR code that you are adding manually. + * **Command** Leave this field empty in case you have an IR code that you are adding manually. + * **Command ​Data** Content of the command in code language. In case Global Caché was selected, the command format should match the one adopted by Global Caché. If this is not the case, it is possible to convert the command using the **iConvert** tool provided by Global Caché -  [[https://​www.globalcache.com/​files/​software/​iConvert.zip| Download link]]. - ==== Importing and exporting ​IR commands ==== + === Link command to an imported list === + It is important to have the remotes files saved into the remote directory selected previously. In case of a Global Caché remote file, please remove the extension "​.txt"​ from the file's name. ​ + * **Remote** Select the remote file available in the directory configured under "​Remotes Directory"​. Make sure that "Check for Update"​ is enabled. + * **Command** Select the IR command from the remote selected in the previous field. + * **Command Data** This data is automatically filled once the IR command is selected. + ==== Import/​Export ​commands ​from/to another project ​==== This feature allows to export a list of IR commands previously created in a project and import it in another project. This feature allows to export a list of IR commands previously created in a project and import it in another project. Line 2031: Line 2486: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: Commands sent to the object and recallable from other objects: - == Send the selected command for the selected remote ​== + ++++Send the selected command for the selected remote|  This command will allow to send an IR command ​by selecting it from the list to the right. - + - Allows ​to create sequences using the commands previously configured in the relates system object properties (please refer to the dedicated section). + - To create a sequence select the desired ​command from the list of the available commands and the click on ”Enqueue” as in the following picture. The selected command will be sent to the default output LED of the IR transmitter. + {{ ::​ir_command_definitio.png?​direct&​600 |}} {{ ::​ir_command_definitio.png?​direct&​600 |}} - If you want to selected ​a defined output different from the default one, before enqueuing the command, it is possible to enable the "​Output option"​ and select the desired output from the list. The enqueued command will appair ​on the list of the commands to execute with an appended index corresponding to the selected output. + If you want to select ​a defined output different from the default one, before enqueuing the command, it is possible to enable the "​Output option"​ and select the desired output from the list. The enqueued command will appear ​on the list of the commands to execute with an appended index corresponding to the selected output. {{ ::​ir_command_definition_with_output_option.png?​direct&​600 ​ |}} {{ ::​ir_command_definition_with_output_option.png?​direct&​600 ​ |}} It is possible to create complex macro of IR operations simply enqueuing more commands. Commands can be separated by pause adding the ”Make pause” item in order to grant a better reception. The sequence displayed in the box on the bottom of the page can be edited by deleting single items or moving them by clicking on ”Up” and ”Down” buttons. ​ It is possible to create complex macro of IR operations simply enqueuing more commands. Commands can be separated by pause adding the ”Make pause” item in order to grant a better reception. The sequence displayed in the box on the bottom of the page can be edited by deleting single items or moving them by clicking on ”Up” and ”Down” buttons. ​ {{ ::​ir_command_definition_with_macro.png?​direct&​600 ​ |}} {{ ::​ir_command_definition_with_macro.png?​direct&​600 ​ |}} + ++++ - ===== Logic Module ===== - {{ :​logicmodule.png?​nolink&​100 |}} - This object represents a collection of block diagrams which allows you to build complex logics with a graphical editor. For more informations please refer to the [[logic_module|Logic Module section]]. - * **Schemes** List of schemes, each element represents a fully working block diagram. - ===== IFTTT ===== - {{ :​ifttt_32.png?​nolink&​50 |}} - This object allows you to connect with IFTTT service to create automated tasks between a wide array of apps, services, and devices. For more information please refer to the [[ifttt|IFTTT section]]. - * **Label** Text label to identify the object - * **Webhook Key** Webhook key of the user account to use to communicate with IFTTT service. Can be obtained visiting this URL: <​nowiki>​ https://​ifttt.com/​services/​maker_webhooks/​settings ​ - - ===== Voice Control Gateway ===== - - {{ :​voice_cntrl.png?​nolink&​70 |}} - - This object allows you to control the house by sending voice commands to your voice enabled device, whether it was via Siri (Apple Homekit), Alexa (Amazon Echo) or Google Assistant. For more information please refer to the [[voice_control|Voice Control Gateway section]]. - - * **Label** Text label to identify the object - * **Lights** Holds the collection of Light objects added - * **Rollers Shutters** Holds the collection of Shutter objects added - * **Thermo Comfort** Holds the collection of Thermo Comfort objects added - * **Scenes** Holds the collection of Scene objects added