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With the LOGIKEDITOR, we offer you user-friendly, web-based software that is already available in the EIBPORT and LOGIKMODULE is integrated. Create circuits and sequences easily and intuitively to make your building automation more efficient and flexible.
On this platform, you have access to a wide selection of ready-made logic groups for different automation areas, provided by both BAB TECHNOLOGIE and the community. In this way, you can tailor your building automation even better to your needs.
For the indirect integration of Smart Home devices, such as for Tuya/SmartLife, the logic editor offers the possibility to control from the KNX bus via the "EIBPORT V3 ALEXA" skil...
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PV surplus for use of charging batteries (e.g. motor vehicle); charging takes place with constant power according to own specifications (settings). Input values (user settings): - Input default power...
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Logic group for controlling blinds according to the position of the sun. The logic group for controlling blinds according to the position of the sun consists of 2 parts. The first part determines the position of the blinds according to the height of the sun and...
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Logic group for controlling blinds according to the position of the sun. The logic group for controlling blinds according to the position of the sun consists of 2 parts. The first part determines the position of the blinds according to the height of the sun and...
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This logic group is used to cyclically query the current status of a Solax inverter. The http request in this logic group queries the current status from the Solax Cloud. The...
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The module is intended for flow temperature control with a pump and mixer. Preferably for floor and wall heating or cooling. The module is connected to the heating system via the summer/winter...
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With this logic group, the solar surplus is used for hot water preparation. About the function. A percentage value for the dimmer control of the heating rod is calculated from the "current supply/supply" input....
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This logic group switches on one of two lighting circuits alternately with each switch-on operation in order to distribute the operating hours evenly. Via the ON/OFF input, the TOR elements are alternately...
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The logic group enables switching via KNX of radio actuators/radio measurement actuators that work with a WiFi radio module ESP and the TASMOTA firmware. The KNX switching command generates an http request...
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The logic group enables the cyclical and manual readout of meter and energy values of a TASMOTA meter actuator and the transmission of the values to the KNX system. The readout takes place via a...
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The logic group enables the cyclic reading of house connection meters with optical interface. Optical sensors available on the market that make it possible to read the measured values provided by the energy supplier transmit these values to the...
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Balcony PV surplus energy control to avoid backfeeding The domestic energy base load of a household is usually less than a balcony PV system generates. This raises the question: Where to put the surplus?...
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The http request in this logic group uses the free but limited API access of "forecast.solar" for the solar forecast. Thus, the expected yield for today and tomorrow can be...
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This simple logic group combines two values into one text. This makes it possible, for example, to output the minimum and maximum daily temperature values as a text (e.g. "21°C/13°C") to a KNX push-button....
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The function of this logic group is to limit value ranges. The upper limit is set via the input of the same name. As long as the input values are below this upper limit, they are set to one...
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The function of this logic group is a band-pass filter. The upper and lower limits are defined via the inputs of the same name. As long as the input values are below and above the upper and lower...
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This logic group adds three values together and outputs the sum. Input 1 - 3 expects the values to be added. The result is output via the "Sum" output....
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An alarm function is realised with this logic group and can thus trigger functions at the specified time. The function is realised in this logic group as follows. The hour and minute value...
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This logic group is used to enable an even use (duty cycle) of the illuminants of two lamp circuits. Via the "Lighting" input, the user can only switch the lighting on/off. Which...
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This logic group cyclically expects a KNX telegram at the "Input". This telegram triggers this logic group again and again. This allows cyclical telegrams to be monitored. The telegrams at the input must be received within...
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With this logic group, switch-on processes can be "planned". The function is explained as follows: A telegram at the input triggers the logic group. At the same time, the telegram value is used as a delay...
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This logic group multiplies the received KNX telegram. During transmission, however, the telegrams at the outputs are delayed by the value specified at the "Time delay" input (i.e. not as with a...
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This logic group multiplies the received KNX telegram. It sends the received 1-bit telegram to a further four KNX group addresses. The data point type and the telegram value are not changed.
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This logic group forms the difference via the "Feed-in" and "Yield" inputs. This is output as a value via the "Difference" output and additionally displayed in colour via the "Signal colour" output.
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This logic group outputs the remaining time in seconds. After the logic group is enabled, the set time is counted down in seconds and output. After the time has elapsed, a...
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This logic group reads current measured values from a Varta energy storage device. The data read out can be displayed in a KNX visualisation for control purposes or trigger functions / actions....
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This logic group switches the output "Switching output" on by a telegram at the "Input". The data point type for the input is defined as a 2-byte count value. The telegram therefore switches the output on...
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This group converts the received value into the data point type for text. This allows the value in the text to be extended by one unit. In this example...
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This logic group can be used to query the status of a UPS via http request. The http request element is triggered every 60 seconds via the cyclic transmitter. This can be sent via...
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The change-over switch after the input always sends a TRUE or FALSE alternately after each "telegram" (regardless of the telegram value). Via the two binary filters, the telegram is always...
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This logic group sends the current time as a 3-byte value. The time is updated every second. Via the "Initialise" input, the sending of all outputs (hour, minute and second)...
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This logic group sends the date and time cyclically. The outputs are 3-byte data points (EIS3 and EIS4). The interval can be adjusted via the cyclic transmitter....
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This logic group outputs the time. Text is used instead of numbers. The time of day is also output. The logic group has four outputs (hour, time of day, minutes and half-hours). The used...
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This logic group compares three clock times, reports whether there is a discrepancy and, if there is a discrepancy, displays the difference. An additional group of logic editor elements prompts for the...
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This logic group switches the lighting of the individual steps of a staircase on and off in sequence. The five steps in this example are illuminated from the 1st step (lowest) to the...
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This logic group controls e.g. lighting and shading, depending on partition walls, in a divisible hall. The hall is divided into three sections and for each section a separate...
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If a hall is divided into four areas, this function can be used, for example, when centrally switching lighting and blinds, to control only those areas that are actually used.
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This logic group switches off an electrical device if it is in standby mode for a certain time. Power consumers that are therefore no longer switched on or...
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This logic group shows three examples of how text can be played back as speech output via an Innotune audio system. The desired voice message is passed to the audio system as text. The top example shows...
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This logic group is an example that shows how a timestamp (consisting of date and time) is divided into two texts. With the help of the text processor and regular expressions,...
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This simple logic group shows how a text is converted into an integer. In this example, the cloud density (e.g. 75%) is passed to the logic group as text. With the help of the...
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This simple logic group prevents the patio door blind from closing when the door contact is open. This ensures that the blind does not move when the patio door is open...
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This logic group can be used to recognise the tendencies of e.g. a measured value at a glance. This determines the tendency to the previous telegram value received and gives...
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This logic group counts telegrams. The counting process is independent of the telegram value of the telegrams. The number of counted telegrams (the count value) is output to the "Number of telegrams" output. The input...
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This logic group blocks a group of 8 inputs and outputs depending on the control input. The function implements a gate element with 8 channels. With TRUE at the control input, the inputs...
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This logic group determines the telegram rate per second for a data point. The "Trigger" input is the data point that is evaluated. The output is updated after every full minute. The...
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This logic group queries the petrol prices of selected petrol stations via http request. In this query, up to 10 different petrol stations can be queried with one http request. The available...
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Description: This clock generator is suitable for all clocked processes that require a defined logic 1 at the output when the logic group is deactivated. While the logic group is active, the...
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Description: This clock generator is suitable for clocked processes. It can be used to control signalling systems that require a defined logic 0 at the output when the logic group is deactivated. Signalling systems can be...
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This simple logic group sends a 1-bit telegram to the A output at the date change (0 midnight). The telegram value used is "one". The time for the day pulse can be set in the "cyclic transmitter" element....
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With this logic group, the light is switched on with a high or low dimming value depending on the astronomical clock. This allows, for example, the bathroom lighting to be switched on depending on the time with...
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This logic group is an extension of the example group "Day-Night switching (simple)". A second output has been added to the logic group and three different lighting scenes for three daytime periods have been added. The function...
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This logic group ensures that for a group of elements only the last triggered element is displayed as active. Such a function is useful if, for example, four...
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This simple logic group sends a 1-bit telegram to the output every full hour. The telegram value used is "one".
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This logic group makes it possible, for example, to control a fan with three stages (i.e. 0, 1, 2, 3) via a slider (0-100%) and thus via a visualisation. In addition, the...
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These two logic groups were sent in for the common use case of charging an electric car: The first logic group "Tibber API" retrieves the current hourly electricity price and the current price level....
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For energy evaluation, e.g. top consumer element in CONTROL L, it is necessary to convert the existing current measured values into energy values, e.g. kWh. This conversion is carried out with the logic group. The accuracy...
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A time measurement is realised with this logic group. The stopwatch works to the second, but only outputs the measured time in minutes. The stopwatch is controlled via the "Stopwatch..." input.
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This logic group takes over various functions for a staircase lighting. The input parameters are a door contact, a calendar input to automatically deactivate light on in a certain time window and two inputs to...
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This logic group is used to control Axis network cameras via http request. Via the "Command" input, the PTZ (Pan Tilt Zoom) are triggered via integer value (0 to 3). Via the distribution tool...
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This logic group detects rising and falling edges and reports them via one of two outputs. Using the bilinary filter tools, the received telegram value is forwarded to one of the two outputs....
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This logic group sends a mail once a week with the consumptions for each individual day of the week. In addition to the consumptions, the mail also contains the maximum / minimum, average...
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With this logic group, information of a selected petrol station is queried via http request. The available information of this "detail" query are: - Name of the petrol station - Provider - Opening hours - Whether the...
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This example shows how a Sony TV set is controlled with a logic group (via HTTP request) and the status for operation and volume is queried cyclically. In this logic group (different...
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This example shows how a Sony television is controlled with a logic group (via HTTP request). A total of 40 different control commands are triggered via an input per byte value. The sequence...
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This logic group determines the current altitude of the sun and the azimuth every minute in order to trigger e.g. sun position-dependent actions with these values. The cyclical calculation of the values is carried out by the logic editor element "LUA script"....
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With this logic group, roller shutters can be moved into 3 different positions - depending on the intensity of the sun (brightness) - to reduce the heating of the respective rooms. The following applies: The...
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This logic group determines, for example, the setpoint temperature of an air conditioner depending on the outside temperature and then sends it cyclically to the output. About the function. - Up to an outside temperature of...
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With this logic group, the solar surplus of a PV system can be used with the help of a heating cartridge in the hot water boiler (built-in heating cartridge with 3 identical heating rods), e.g. to heat gas or oil....
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This example shows how to read values from a SolarEdge solar system. The SolarEdge Monitoring API is used to retrieve values from a SolarEdge solar system. To the function...
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This logic group reads out current measured values of a photovoltaic system. The read-out data can thus be displayed in a KNX visualisation or made available for functions and actions. The measured values of the photovoltaic system...
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This example controls the actuator "Shelly 1PM" via https request over the cloud and automatically queries the current status after each switching command. The input of the logic group is used to...
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This example "toggles" the state of the "Shelly 1PM" actuator via an http request. The command to "toggle" is sent via the input of the logic group by http request, regardless of the telegram value....
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This example controls the actuator "Shelly 1PM" via http request and queries the current status after each switching command. The switching command is sent once via the input of the logic group, and...
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The actuator "Shelly 1PM" is switched on and off with this example logic group. Depending on the telegram value, the http request for switching the actuator on or off is sent via the input of the logic...
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The current status of the actuator "Shelly 1PM" can be queried with this example logic group. The input of the logic group sends a status query via http request to the actuator and evaluates the...
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Here is a logic group for an interlock control for two doors. The interlock control for the doors has separate displays in red and green for both doors. Both doors are...
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This logic group opens and closes flapping shutters via a bit input. The shutters are started one after the other and with a predefined delay. The shutters are closed in reverse order. Via...
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Switching only with a long button press In the event that a circuit (e.g. a light) must not be accidentally switched on and off by briefly pressing the button, this can be...
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This logic group allows one of two inputs to be selected and forwards the received telegram values from the selected input 1:1 to the output. The input that is not activated ignores all received...
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This simple logic group cyclically requests the status query from the Robonect module for Husqvarna (Automower) or Garden mowing robots. Every 10 minutes, a "cyclic transmitter" is sent via http request to the...
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This simple logic group cyclically requests the status query from the Robonect module for Husqvarna (Automower) or Garden mowing robots. The status of the Robonect module is queried every 10 minutes via an http request from a...
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This logic group translates the status of 5 smoke detectors into text and also outputs a collective message. The room detector sends its status as a boolean value. The translator tool converts...
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In this logic group, the example "Lawn irrigation (simple)" has been extended to include a release for each individual area. This logic group controls a lawn irrigation system that is divided into six areas....
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This logic group controls a lawn irrigation system that is divided into three areas. The requirement for the control was that not all three areas are watered at the same time. The system is started...
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This logic group controls a lawn irrigation system that is divided into three areas. The requirement for the control was that not all five areas are irrigated at the same time and that the moisture sensors are taken into account.
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With this logic group and the "Pushover" service, it is possible to send messages directly to smartphones or groups of end devices (tablets, PCs, ...). This logic group sends fixed stored...
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With this logic group and the free service "Pushbullet", it is possible to send messages directly to smartphones or groups of end devices (tablets, PCs, ...). This logic group sends a...
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With this logic group and the free service "Pushbullet", it is possible to send messages directly to smartphones or groups of end devices (tablets, PCs, ...). This logic group sends a...
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This logic group implements a pulse width modulation control function, which can be used for a heating system, for example. The control function can be activated and deactivated. The control parameters can be set via separate inputs to the pulse width...
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"Pool filter control with POOL-Control-45 control from OSF." The current status is queried cyclically, every 5 minutes, via the http request element "PC-45". The answer is forwarded to the following text processor element...
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This example logic group determines the pollen load for the current day via the Internet. In addition, the pollen load for the next three days is also determined and output. Via the manual...
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This logic group checks a PIN entry with a predefined PIN and reports correct or incorrect. The 4-digit PIN is entered via the 10 inputs "digit 0" to "digit 9" of the...
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In order to optimally use photovoltaic energy, it is necessary to use the energy surplus variably in times of high PV yield. Flexible energy storage systems, such as a car battery, help to...
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This logic group sends e.g. meter readings (e.g. electricity, gas and water meters) or any three measured values once a day in order to write them online into a Google spreadsheet and thus to...
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"Nuki with status request" is a logic group that can be used to periodically request the status of a Nuki Smart Lock via http or to control the lock. Via http query cyclically...
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This logic group always sends the last received telegram value to the output after it is negated. The output value is of type EIS 1: - 0 for an input value not equal to...
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This logic group determines the states of compatible MusicCast devices (using the Yamaha Extended Control protocol) which are queried via http request in order to transfer them to the KNX bus....
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This logic group shows how compatible MusicCast devices (using the Yamaha Extended Control protocol) are controlled via http request. In this example, the configuration is shown using the...
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In this logic group, a 1-byte telegram value is converted into a 1-bit telegram and sent via one of four outputs depending on the telegram value. This logic group is used, for example, for the...
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This simple logic group determines the average value over eight values. The logic group receives the floating point values via the eight inputs. The output is set with each value, regardless of which input...
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This logic group determines the smallest of the eight input values and outputs it via the "min. value" output. Each input triggers the evaluation of this logic group and sends on...
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The maximum and minimum temperature for the day is determined in this example logic group. The logic group receives the measured temperature value via the "Temperature sensor" input. The current minimum and...
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The logic group determines the maximum and minimum value over all received values at the "Input value" input. In doing so, the corresponding output is switched off after each telegram received, if it changes,...
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The logic group determines the maximum and minimum value over all received values at the "Input value" input. The outputs are updated after each telegram received, if necessary. Via the...
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The function of this logic group is to determine a control value between an upper and lower limit. With the inputs "max travel" and "min travel", the upper and lower limits of the logic group are...
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This logic group checks the runtime of a given interval for deviations and outputs the remaining or exceeded time of the current interval. In addition, the logic group synchronises the interwall to...
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This logic group displays the most recent message and additionally the last 6 messages, in correct chronological order. The EIS15 or DPT16 telegram values received via the input are assigned to the...
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This logic group signals when the washing machine is ready. About the logic group: The input specifies the current value of the washing machine. The door object is enabled when the washing machine is running. The release...
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This logic group controls an Axis network loudspeaker via http request to output voice messages via KNX telegram. The function is enabled or disabled via the "Enable monitoring machine 604 I/O" input. So that...
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This logic group triggers a push bullet notification and a selected playlist via an Innotune audio system. The desired voice message is added to the playlist as an audio file....
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This logic group determines the largest value of the eight inputs and sends it via the "max value" output. Each input triggers the evaluation. The logic group transmits to the...
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The logic group determines the maximum value from all received values. The output is updated after each telegram received. Via the "Reset" input, the output value is reset to...
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The logic group shown here sends a mail once a week with the counter readings of the individual weekdays. The logic group receives the current counter reading via the value input and stores this...
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This logic group always sends an e-mail with the current system time at midnight for control purposes. The current time is transferred from the time sender element to the mail sender element. The value for "DAY"...
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The logic group controls a Novus Paul F300 ventilation system as needed via an analogue KNX 0-10V output (4-fold). The functions of this logic group can be used, among other things, to open windows, heat in...
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With this logic group, the operation of the fan is reduced to a minimum. Only one 1-bit telegram is required. The input only reacts to the telegram value one. So that...
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This logic group queries the fine dust pollution online. The http query is triggered via a cyclic transmitter every 5 minutes. The text processor evaluates the response and forwards the data...
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In this logic group, three light scenes are called up via a week clock or directly via a separate input. The special feature of this logic group is that the light scene elements themselves are called up instead of using a...
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This logic group has two light scenes and the option of including or omitting individual participants in the light scenes. The light scenes are activated and deactivated via the GATE input. The...
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In this logic group, the dimming value is output as a percentage via a brightness sensor, five brightness levels and five setpoint levels. For this purpose, the five brightness levels are first compared with the actual brightness. Each...
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For energy evaluation, e.g. TOP consumer element in CONTROL L, it is necessary to convert the existing measured values into energy values, e.g. kWh. This conversion is carried out with the logic group. The accuracy...
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With some AV manufacturers, the volume is displayed in dB. In KNX, dimming with EIS6 0-100% is used to control the volume. Now the volume behaves...
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This logic group reads out current measured values of a photovoltaic system. The read-out data can thus be displayed in a KNX visualisation or made available for functions and actions. The measured values of the photovoltaic system/storage...
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In the event that the camera archive cannot retrieve or save an image from the camera, this logic group sends a message to the user by e-mail. For the function of the...
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This logic group sends the current calendar week at every week change. The current calendar week can be requested at any time via the "Request" input. BAB TECHNOLOGIE (159)
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In this example, the "output" is controlled via a weekly timer. In the configuration of the weekly timer, the weekly schedule can be adjusted here in the editor or also via the EIBPORT visual...
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With the help of this sample logic group, the status changes of window contacts, for example, are entered in the Google Calendar as an event. This means that the times when and which window was opened or closed are...
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With this logic group, the blind position is controlled depending on the window position. In this way, the blind can be opened automatically when the window is opened or opened a "little" when the window is tilted....
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Here is a logic for controlling cameras from INSTAR via http request. With this logic, various functions in the camera are controlled via a group address (1byte 0-255) and the values 0-19....
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This logic group cyclically determines (via Hue Bridge) the status of a Philips Hue luminaire. Since changes are not actively reported by the HUE side, the status must be queried regularly....
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With this logic group, Philips HUE luminaires can be controlled via the EIBPORT (via HUE Bridge). Via http request command, it is possible to switch the luminaires on and off via KNX telegram...
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With this logic group, Philips Hue luminaires are queried via the EIBPORT (via Hue Bridge). Via http request commands it is possible, for example, to query the brightness and colour via KNX telegram. The...
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This logic group reads values from a Huawei SUN2000 inverter via the FusionSolar API. A token is required to retrieve the values via an http request. This for...
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To display the status of the Plug&Play VPN Concierge function in the visualisation, this logic group cyclically queries the status. As of firmware 3.9.0, the EIBPORT for the...
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With this revised example, the three highest priority messages are output as text, the number of messages and an e-mail is also sent. About the 20 inputs are sent per...
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With this example, the three highest priority messages are output as text and also the total number of messages. Via the 20 inputs, the messages are output via a 1-bit value....
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This logic group converts HVAC operating modes from individual 1-bit objects to an 8-bit object. Inputs: DTP 1.001, output DTP 20.102 Depending on the input states, different telegrams are sent to the bus....
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This logic group enables the control and retrieval of information from the Helios ventilation systems with the "Easy Controls" function. The Helios KNX module is not required for this! TODO: In...
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The logic group indicates when the switchover between heating and cooling will take place. The reason for this is that a time delay is necessary due to the 2-pipe system used. In order to avoid...
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In order to automatically control the switching between heating and air conditioning, these logic groups determine the number of RTRs that are set to heating or cooling and send the corresponding...
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This logic group controls the heating for a room as required. In the first step, a presence detector checks whether a person is in the room for more than 20 seconds.
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This logic group provides the optimum flow temperature for underfloor heating based on the measured outdoor temperature. A Nord outdoor temperature sensor is best suited for the measurement. For the logic group, the...
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Per byte value, this logic group can exclude or include lamps from the control of a light scene. In this way, a group of 8 lamps can be defined. For this purpose...
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This logic group compares a measured value with three predefined limit values and outputs a predefined text and colour, e.g. for a visualisation. The measured value is transmitted via a distributor...
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This logic group determines the regular and traffic situation-dependent travel time of a given route through Google Maps via http request. The start and destination address is entered in the http request element. Here are all the URL parameters that...
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The function of this logic group is to calculate a "moving" average. The moving average is generated via an adjustable number of elements (array). When the logic group is delivered, the...
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This logic group switches e.g. the lighting on together with the opening of the garage door and off again when the garage door is closed or a preset time has elapsed. The...
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This logic group determines the position of a garage door via two end contacts (top and bottom) and reports this via an integer value. The two inputs "Door open" and "Door closed"...
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This logic group monitors an average value (determined by this logic group) with a specified limit value. The average temperature value is determined continuously over a period of five days, for example. Takes into account...
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This simple logic group shows the retrieval of measured values from a Fronius Symo 3-M inverter. Every minute (with the help of a "cyclic transmitter"), the current measured values are retrieved via http request....
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Via the visualisation, this logic group can be used to enable or disable a weekly clock for each individual day of the week. With seven inputs (one input for each day of the week), very simple...
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This logic group cyclically queries the current measured values from the Foobot air quality measuring device. (Manufacturer: https://foobot.io/) The measuring device measures (- time stamp), - C02 , - fine dust, - volatile organic...
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This logic group is triggered by an edge change. TRUE is output on the output as soon as the input value changes from FALSE to TRUE. FALSE is output when the input value changes from TRUE...
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369
The logic group determines the window position via two contacts. This means that the window position can be easily realised via two simple contacts. In addition, there is a sabotage contact. Via this input...
EP, LOM
507
This logic group determines the window position via two contacts. This makes it easy to realise the window position via two simple contacts. Here are the states for the three window positions: Window is...
EP, LOM
455
This logic group is a solution that briefly activates the affected roller blind for ventilation when windows are opened. Here is a brief explanation of this logic group:...
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1,134
This logic group sends a message via PushBullet if - no one is at home (input "Present/Absent" value "One") AND - one of the windows is opened (input "Status Window" value "One")....
EP, LOM
995
This logic group is used to store and call up a favourite colour as desired. Via the inputs "Input Red", "Input Green", "Input Blue" and "Input White", the logic group is...
EP, LOM
324
This logic group implements a colour output that is dependent on, for example, the outside temperature. Four temperature ranges have been implemented and a separate colour for each temperature range. Here, the visualisation user can choose...
EP, LOM
687
This logic group sends a colour as an RGB value to the output, which is dependent on the time. Five time periods have been implemented, each time period can be assigned its own colour....
EP, LOM
531
This logic group shows how a value can be assigned a factor. The factor is realised with the (resource-saving) calculator tool. In this example, the input value of Wh...
EP, LOM
277
This logic group controls the lighting depending on the astronomical clock and a motion detector. After sunset, the lighting is set to a minimum brightness (basic brightness). During the day, the motion detector controls the lighting...
EP, LOM
1,526
The task of this logic group is to prevent a KNX device from being repeatedly switched on and/or off within a specified time. When the logic group is activated, the...
EP, LOM
597
This logic group blocks subsequent telegrams for 3 seconds after a telegram has been received via the input and output via the output. When the logic group is activated,...
EP, LOM
381
Energy and temperature monitoring with WiFi devices Shelly 1PM (with 1-wire temp. sensors). Query of values via HTTP request, assignment of values in KNX DPT and evaluation / temperature monitoring (e.g. cooling /...
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631
The "Selection" input is used to set the (value) source for the output in this logic group. In this way, the logic group selects which values (e.g. measured values) are forwarded via the output....
EP, LOM
426
This logic group can be used to output an input value via a specific output. The desired output is selected by integer via the "Selection" input. The values 1 to...
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544
This logic group controls e.g. a blind exclusively via a single KNX group address. This means that one push button or one visualisation element is sufficient to control the blind. The telegram value at the input is...
EP, LOM
611
With this logic group, an output can be permanently set to "ON", "OFF" or "TIMER" via an input. An integer is used to define one of the three states. The input value...
EP, LOM
800
The logic group switches a participant ON immediately, but OFF with a delay. The behaviour of the OFF delay is parameterised so that it is cancelled by an ON telegram. This results in...
EP, LOM
880
This logic group switches an LED stripe with RGB WW (warm white) and CW (cool white) on and off via a motion detector with different settings. The motion detector is equipped with...
EP, LOM
688
This logic group sends an e-mail when an image has been successfully loaded and saved from the camera archive element. The output "UPDATE" is used as a trigger. The following binary filter tool ensures that...
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314
This logic group continuously calculates an average value over the received values. The average is formed until the output value is reset to 0 via the reset input. Via two...
EP, LOM
318
This logic group determines the current external IP of one's own Internet connection and transmits it to the DuckDNS service. The logic group itself consists of two http requests. The first http request determines...
EP, LOM
464
This extended logic group enables the retrieval of measured values via HTTP request from a Fronius Symo 3-M inverter. The queried measured values are then sent to the KNX bus. In addition, a...
EP, LOM
1,194
This simple logic group always determines the difference to the previous telegram value.
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269
This logic group always sends the current date at the date change. The current date can be requested at any time via the "Request date" input. BAB TECHNOLOGIE (158)
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327
With this logic group, the current time and date are sent via two separate KNX group addresses at a specified interval. The current time is provided by the timer. Thereby...
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734
This logic group splits the current time stamp into time and date and sends them as text on separate KNX group addresses. The two pieces of information are determined via the text processor and...
EP, LOM
412
With this logic group, the current time and date are sent via two separate KNX group addresses. The current time is provided by the timer. Only the value...
EP, LOM
815
This logic group sets blinds to different positions depending on the brightness (with the help of a twilight switch). There are 12 outputs for blinds in the logic group, which are divided into three...
EP, LOM
1,976
A simple logic group to implement a Co2 traffic light in a visualisation. When switching from green to yellow, an acoustic signal is emitted via the visualisation in addition to the...
EP, LOM
244
This logic group converts Celsius to Fahrenheit. The formula for the conversion is stored in the mathematics element. The conversion is triggered with each temperature value. The tool "Round values"...
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157
Measured values from a BYD energy storage unit are interrogated cyclically with this logic group and sent to the KNX bus. The connection of a BYD energy storage unit in this project is via a...
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614
This logic group alternately sends a zero and a one to the output. This realises a flashing. The cyclic transmitter is controlled via the "Enable" input. One...
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947
This logic group is an independent extension to the logic group "Number of open windows (single)". Via the output byte value, it is possible not only to display how many windows are open or....
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763
This example logic group determines the corresponding 1-byte value through the eight 1-bit inputs. The 8 inputs are converted into the dual system.
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270
To ensure functional monitoring, it is necessary to set up a function that checks motion detectors for their function. Here is an example of how this can be triggered manually: Via...
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576
In order to ensure a functional monitoring, a function is required that checks the function of the motion detector. This example shows a possible way to trigger the check cyclically. The automatic check...
EP, LOM
450
Here is an example for controlling an irrigation depending on rain and temperature within a given period: Prerequisites: It must not have rained in the last 24 hours....
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323
This logic group measures the operating time in hours and outputs it. Here is how it works in detail: The seconds counter is started via the "Operation On/Off" input. This input...
EP, LOM
270
This logic group makes it possible to set different operating modes via a weekly timer with self-assigned names for the operating modes and to set the operating mode to "Standby" as soon as the weekly timer...
EP, LOM
427
This logic group makes it possible to select different operating modes with the help of a week clock, but instead of a telegram value, via a name. This allows the user to select the operating modes in the visualisation easily and...
EP, LOM
417
This logic group makes it possible to centrally reset the operating mode of 6 RTR (controllers for room temperature) to a predefined setting. The operating mode of 6 RTRs is centrally reset to a preselected...
EP, LOM
518
This example sets the operating mode of 6 RTRs to individually specified operating modes. For this purpose, the desired operating mode can be specified via the 6 inputs, even subsequently. It is therefore...
EP, LOM
213
With this logic group, the operating modes are set via a weekly clock. The special feature of this logic group is that the operating modes are triggered via "words" instead of a byte value. This logic group was...
EP, LOM
420
In this example, a lighting is switched on and off via two inputs, depending on the sunrise and sunset. The two inputs "reservation system" and "man. Control" are switched on and off via one...
EP, LOM
1,670
This logic group controls a two-stage lighting. This logic group enables stage 2 to be switched on only when - stage 1 and - the release for the...
EP, LOM
814
This logic group works like a "bandwidth filter". The filter function only outputs the input values via the output if the input value is greater than the lower and less than the...
EP, LOM
174
This logic group cyclically saves a camera image and reports by e-mail if the camera image cannot be saved. The cyclic sender triggers the camera archive element and sends the value TRUE...
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370
This logic group has the task of controlling the lighting in the front garden together with a garage door. When the garage door or the gate at the entrance to the street is opened and...
EP, LOM
310
This logic group is an example of a simple evaluation. For example, the consumption is determined for each day of the week. The current measured value is taken over hourly via the timer....
EP, LOM
1,165
This logic group controls how, for example, outdoor lighting is controlled depending on an astronomical clock. The outdoor lighting is switched on once by the astronomical clock at sunset and switched on again at sunrise.
EP, LOM
1,186
This logic group calculates, in addition to the elevation and azimuth values, the sunrise/sunset time and day/night Based on the logic group "Position of the Sun" (by Gero Jöbstl), the logic group was extended by...
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The astro clock of this logic group is used, for example, to switch the garden lighting on and off again. The times are set at sunrise and sunset. Via the "Enable" input, if desired,...
EP, LOM
1,165
This logic group outputs the number of open windows as a value via the "Open" output. In addition, a text output is given via the separate "Status info" output, e.g. to indicate...
EP, LOM
1,100
This group outputs how many windows are open. For this purpose, the inputs (window contacts) are added and the sum is output. The data point type for the value inputs is 1 bit and...
EP, LOM
632
This example logic group converts the time from 24h to 12h format. Via the "Timer" element, the values for minutes and hours are transmitted via separate outputs ("Output hour" and "Output...
EP, LOM
155
This logic group makes it possible, for example, to switch a light on and off differently via an Alexa voice command, depending on the time of day. Usually, in the logic editor, the voice commands from the Alexa element are sent directly via the...
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719
This logic group allows Alexa to release voice commands only at predefined times. Normally, the voice command is issued and executed directly. In this example logic group, however, the voice command is...
EP
547
Here is an example of a voice command to change transferred values. Normally, the temperature setpoint transferred by voice command is output and set directly. In this example, however, the...
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430
The logic group cyclically polls the status of doors to send them to the KNX bus. The states of the doors are queried via a Siemens Vanderbilt alarm system. For this...
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636
This logic group raises or lowers all setpoints of the existing rooms. The user can change the setpoint centrally via a separate input. The adjustments of the rooms are retained...
EP, LOM
411
This logic group continuously determines the sum of the values received via the input. The sum is formed and output until the output value is set to... via the "Reset" input.
EP, LOM
315
Functions or devices (e.g. radiant heaters, fans, pumps, lights, ...) can be switched off again with this logic group after a specified time. After switching on via the "Switching address" input, the...
EP, LOM
734
This logic group counts telegrams and outputs the number of counted telegrams for each day of the week. The telegrams at the "input" are counted independently of the telegram value. If the week is complete,...
EP, LOM
354
This simple logic group divides the received 4-byte value (unsigned) into four 1-byte values. The four individual values are rounded commercially and output via the outputs "1.byte output", ..., "4.byte output"....
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276
With this logic group, the fan stages 0, 1, 2 and 3 can be switched through via a 1-bit telegram. After the logic group has been initialised, the output value is set with each telegram via...
EP, LOM
179
This logic group sends 18 measured values once a day with an http request to store them online. In this way, for example, the consumption of electricity, water...
EP, LOM
1,002
This logic group enables the query of 1-Wire data via the 1-Wire server "OW Server ENET Rev2". This is connected to the EIBPORT via network and enables the query of...
EP, LOM
388
The http request in this logic group cyclically queries values and sends them to the KNX bus. The outputs are, in addition to the current power, also the determined daily and...
EP, LOM
164
With this simple logic group, the wind speed is converted from m/s to km/h. The conversion from m/s to km/h can be reversed if the math element is multiplied instead of multiplied. The conversion from m/s to km/h can be reversed if in the mathematics element instead of the multiplication...
EP, LOM
304
This logic group calculates the "felt temperature". This value is only determined for temperatures below 10°C. Above 10°C the "felt temperature" and the measured temperature do not differ. The...
EP, LOM
470
This weekly timer switches three states (ON OFF and SAVE) at the preset times. For example, lighting is controlled from 8pm to 7am. During this time, the dimming value is...
EP, LOM
763
The week clock in this logic group controls the heating via the "Operating mode" output. In addition, the "Operating mode" output is set to standby if the release for the week clock is withdrawn....
EP, LOM
688
This logic group generates a weekly report and sends it by mail to one or more recipients. The mail report is the daily difference values of...
EP, LOM
619
This logic group can be used to filter individual values. This example forwards all values to the output, the only exception is the value "0", which is not...
EP, LOM
552
This is a logic group with which random values are generated cyclically in a predefined number range. When this logic group is enabled, the cyclic transmitter is activated and cyclically triggers...
EP, LOM
218
The week clock in this logic group uses the output to control e.g. a KNX switch actuator at 6 o'clock on and at 23 o'clock off. For the output of the week clock,...
EP, LOM
664
This logic group expects the "meter reading" of an electricity meter (kW/h) at the input. The difference is determined for each day of the week ( (1) Monday- (7) Sunday). The counter reading is always...
EP, LOM
1,253
The week clock in this logic group controls the heating via the "Operating mode" output. A 1-byte data point type is used for the output of the week clock. In this way, three operating modes can be controlled via a...
EP, LOM
809
To simplify the output of the wind direction, this logic group converts the wind direction (value) into a text. The wind direction is divided into eight value ranges: =...
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428
This logic group converts the wind speed from the unit m/sec to the unit Beaufort. The wind force is output as text via an additional output. Here is the output:...
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469
This simple logic group puts two values into one (text) telegram. This makes it possible, for example, to display the minimum and maximum daily temperature values as text (e.g. "21°C/13°C") on a KNX push button sensor. The...
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506
In this logic group, the input value is converted or transformed with a factor. The factor for the (linear) transformation is transferred via the "Limit value" input (0-100%) of this logic group. With...
EP, LOM
537
This logic group converts the values TRUE and FALSE into predefined integer values. With the inputs "Value TRUE" and "Value FALSE", the respective integer values for TRUE and...
EP, LOM
320
This logic group signals, depending on the time, when the measured value falls below the specified limit value. The time range is defined via the week clock. In the example, the time range is...
EP, LOM
352
Current weather information is queried via this logic group from www.weathermap.org via http request, evaluated and sent to the bus. The cyclic transmitter is configured so that every two hours (becomes...
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1,482
This logic group triggers every two days with the value 1.
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270
This logic group can be used to set a time limit for a function. This function is realised via a gate element and its release. The release is controlled by the weeks. If the...
EP, LOM
433
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