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LUXOMAT ®<br />

Description of application:<br />

BEG_SWI_HKL_V3.0<br />

Basic information about the KNX/EIB BUS<br />

KNX/EIB is an open standard for house and<br />

building systems which makes many applications<br />

possible. For example, the KNX BUS handles the<br />

switching of lamps and the monitoring of alarm<br />

systems. By purchasing a B.E.G. KNX occupancy<br />

detetctor, you have chosen a product which guarantees<br />

you more energy savings, more convenience<br />

and more security.<br />

KNX/EIB-detector<br />

Application versions<br />

Switching equipment application, version 3.0:<br />

BEG_SWI_HKL_V3.0 (switching)<br />

Item numbers: 92446, 92447, 92448, 92449,<br />

92450, 92451, 92452, 92453<br />

Dimmer equipment application, version 3.0:<br />

BEG_DIM_HKL_V3.0 (switching and dimming)<br />

The B.E.G. KNX occupancy detetctor is powered<br />

via the BUS cable. It also uses this to transmit<br />

and receive telegrams. The occupancy detetctor’s<br />

communication objects must be linked to the<br />

communication objects of other actuators for this<br />

purpose. The settings are undertaken using the ETS<br />

programming tool. These instructions assume that<br />

you are familiar with how to operate this software.<br />

Item numbers: 92430, 92431, 92432, 92433,<br />

92434, 92435, 92436, 92437<br />

The respective applications can only be loaded on<br />

the associated devices.<br />

Should the “Writing memory block failed” error<br />

message appear, the other application must be<br />

used.<br />

Please note: It is important to note the data types<br />

of the objects. For example, a 1-bit object can only<br />

work with a 1-bit object of another device. The occupancy<br />

detetctor uses 1-bit, 4-bit, 1-byte or 2-byte<br />

data types which depend on the object used.<br />

In order to work with the B.E.G. applications, these<br />

<br />

via the ETS menu items: File > Import, then Select<br />

<br />

B.E.G. VD2 files<br />

import<br />

ETS<br />

Set up application<br />

Produce group<br />

addresses and links<br />

B.E.G. occupancy detetctor<br />

Physical address and<br />

application program<br />

program<br />

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PD4-KNX-DE<br />

PD4-KNX-UP<br />

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PD4-KNX-AP<br />

Indoor 180-KNX<br />

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1. Overview of objects<br />

1.1 Overview<br />

Normal mode / semi-automatic<br />

Object 0: Light output<br />

Object 1: Motion<br />

Object 2: Hidden for this application description<br />

Object 3: Lock out object<br />

Object 4: External motion<br />

Object 5: Button object<br />

Object 6: Hidden for this application description<br />

Object 7: Toggling threshold<br />

Object 8: Hidden for this application description<br />

Object 9: Current threshold<br />

Object 10: HVAC output 1<br />

Object 11: Lock out object HVAC output 1<br />

Object 12: HVAC output 2<br />

Object 13: Lock out object HVAC output 2<br />

Object 14: Light value<br />

1 bit<br />

1 byte<br />

1 bit<br />

1 bit<br />

1 bit<br />

1 bit<br />

1 byte<br />

1 bit<br />

1 bit<br />

1 bit<br />

1 bit<br />

2 bytes<br />

Slave<br />

Object 0: Light output<br />

1 bit<br />

1.2 Description of objects for normal mode and semi-automatic mode<br />

1. Object 0: Light output 1 bit Output object<br />

This object handles light control. It must be linked with switching actuators in order to switch these on or off.<br />

2. Object 1: Motion 1 byte Output object<br />

This object appears when the switching telegram type is set to 8 bits. The 8-bit signals are transmitted to<br />

a dimming actuator via this output.<br />

3. Object 3: Lock out object 1 bit<br />

Input object Input for locking out object 0.<br />

4. Object 4: External motion 1 bit<br />

Input object Input for being able to receive slave signals. Link with object 0 of one or more slave devices.<br />

5. Object 5: Button object 1 bit<br />

Input object Object for linking with button outputs. This object can be used to switch the presence detector<br />

on or off manually using the button.<br />

Note: Absolutely essential for semi-automatic mode<br />

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6. Object 7: Toggling threshold 1 bit Input object<br />

<br />

7. Object 9: Current threshold 1 byte Output object<br />

This object can be used to display the current threshold. Link with 1-byte display.<br />

8. Object 10: HVAC output 1 1 bit Output object<br />

This object can be used to control switching actuators to switch a load.<br />

9. Object 11: Lock out object HVAC output 1 1 bit Input object<br />

Object for locking out channel HVAC 1.<br />

10. Object 12: HVAC output 2 1 bit Output object<br />

This object can be used to control switching actuators to switch a load.<br />

11. Object 13: Lock out object HVAC output 2 1 bit Input object<br />

Object for locking out channel HVAC 2.<br />

12. Object 14: Light value 2 bytes Output object<br />

Object transmits the light value to the bus.<br />

1.3 Description of objects for slave mode<br />

1. Object 0: Light output 1 bit Output object<br />

This object must be linked with the external motion object of the master device. The slave only retriggers<br />

the follow-up time.<br />

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Description of BEG_SWI_HKL_V3.0 application<br />

1. Main menu item:<br />

The BEG_SWI_HKL_V3.0 application is split into 5 main menu items:<br />

- Light output<br />

- Brightness value<br />

- Light sensor<br />

- HVAC output 1<br />

- HVAC output 2<br />

1.1 Light output:<br />

All settings for the switching process can be undertaken in this tab. They include e.g. the operating mode,<br />

follow-up time and type of switching telegram.<br />

1.2 Brightness value:<br />

The required set values at which the lighting is to be switched on or to which the light value is to be<br />

governed can be set here.<br />

The control time or orientation light can also be set.<br />

1.3 Light sensor:<br />

Options such as the cyclic transmission of the current light value can be set for the light value under this<br />

menu item.<br />

1.4 HVAC output:<br />

All settings for the HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) channel can be performed under these<br />

tabs. Please note: HVAC outputs respond regardless of the light.<br />

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2. Light output<br />

2.1 Operating modes:<br />

<br />

You can select from:<br />

- Normal mode, switch on / off automatically<br />

- Semi-automatic mode, switch on manually / switch off automatically<br />

- Slave mode, subsequent triggering of a master device only<br />

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2.2 Follow-up times:<br />

The follow-up time is the most important setting in the entire application.<br />

It determines how long the lighting is to remain on after motion is no longer detected. It can be set to any<br />

number accurate to the second.<br />

<br />

<br />

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2.3 Daylight-dependent shutdown:<br />

The daylight-dependent shutdown function is used to save energy. This function shuts down the<br />

lighting even before the follow-up time has lapsed if it is bright enough.<br />

Possible settings: 1 minute, 5 minutes, 10 minutes<br />

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2.4 Type of switching telegram<br />

This item can be used to determine the light output’s switching telegram.<br />

1-bit On/Off: A 1-bit signal is transmitted to the switching actuators.<br />

lue<br />

when switching on” item.<br />

<br />

1-bit and 8-bit value: Combination of the two.<br />

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2.5 Locking out by objects possible:<br />

<br />

The channel can either be locked out with a 0 or a 1 signal.<br />

If this option is activated, other setting options become visible.<br />

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2.6 Locking out function:<br />

The following selection options are available:<br />

1. Locking out prevents the channel from being activated:<br />

The channel can no longer be activated. If the channel is locked out in active mode, the follow-up time<br />

starts. The device is not re-triggered by motion.<br />

1. Lock out only:<br />

The channel is “frozen” regardless of the mode it is currently in. If the channel is locked out in active<br />

mode, the lighting remains switched on.<br />

2. Lock out and 0 telegram:<br />

<br />

up and the detector is not to transmit telegrams.<br />

3. Lock out and 1 telegram:<br />

<br />

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2.7 Unlock function:<br />

<br />

1. Unlock only:<br />

The device remains in its previous status after unlocking.<br />

Please note: If the device has been locked out with active lighting and is only unlocked using the “Unlock<br />

only” function, the lighting is not switched off automatically. The follow-up time is only active again<br />

<br />

We would therefore only recommend this function if another participant transmits a 0 telegram immediately<br />

after unlocking.<br />

2. Unlock and 0 telegram:<br />

<br />

3. Unlock and 1 telegram:<br />

<br />

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2.8 Transmit switch-on telegram:<br />

Transmitter output setting for switch-on telegrams. If the “During each detection” item is selected, the<br />

device transmits a 1 telegram each time motion is detected.<br />

<br />

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3. Brightness value<br />

3.1 Brightness value, thresholds 1 and 2:<br />

<br />

any number between 20- 1200 lux. The “Activate additional threshold” menu item can be used to display<br />

the 2nd threshold.<br />

The second threshold can be selected during operation by pressing the button via communication object<br />

7. The current threshold can also be displayed via communication object 9.<br />

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A tolerance of 50 Lux or 100 lux can also be defined. Factory setting 50 lux.<br />

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3.2 Delayed bright detection:<br />

The delayed bright detection function is used to avoid incorrect measurements of the intensity of illuminati-<br />

<br />

can chose from 1, 5 or 10 minutes.<br />

Note:<br />

<br />

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4. Light sensor<br />

4.1 Correction value:<br />

The correction value can be used to recalibrate the presence detector’s light sensor. Range available:<br />

-200 lux to + 200 lux.<br />

Note:<br />

<br />

<br />

should be noted.<br />

mend<br />

measuring the actual lux value with a luxmeter and correcting the light sensor.<br />

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4.2 Transmit the light value object:<br />

The light value can be transmitted for a display for example. This function is deactivated as standard. If<br />

the function is activated, the following settings are available:<br />

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1. Transmit light value on request:<br />

The light value can only be queried in the bus monitor.<br />

2. Transmit light value in cycles:<br />

The light value is transmitted again in updated form after the time set.<br />

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3. Transmit light value in the event of changes:<br />

The light value is only transmitted again when the set change in the lux value takes place.<br />

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5. HVAC output<br />

5.1 Follow-up time:<br />

<br />

can also be entered accurate to the second.<br />

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5.2 Duration of observation time:<br />

This setting determines the size of a time window in which motion must be detected..<br />

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5.3 Number of observation windows:<br />

Determines how many observation windows the HVAC channel has. This setting is directly linked to the<br />

observation time.<br />

These two options can therefore be used to produce switch-on delays.<br />

The time is then calculated by multiplying the observation time by the number of observation windows.<br />

Example: 10 sec. observation time<br />

3 observation windows<br />

Delay set between min. 20 sec. and max. 30 sec.<br />

.<br />

Note:<br />

These two functions can be used to realise an alarm function.<br />

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5.4 Locking out by objects possible:<br />

<br />

The channel can either be locked out with a 0 or a 1 signal. If this option is activated, other setting<br />

options become visible.<br />

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5.5 Locking out function:<br />

The following selection options are available:<br />

1. Locking out prevents the channel from being activated:<br />

The channel can no longer be activated. If the channel is locked out in active mode, the follow-up time<br />

starts. The device is not re-triggered by motion.<br />

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2. Lock out only:<br />

The channel is “frozen” regardless of the mode it is currently in. If the channel is locked out in active<br />

mode, the lighting remains switched on.<br />

3. Lock out and 0 telegram:<br />

<br />

up and the detector is not to transmit telegrams.<br />

4. Lock out and 1 telegram:<br />

<br />

5.6 Unlock function:<br />

<br />

1. Unlock only:<br />

The device remains in its previous status after unlocking.<br />

Please note: If the device has been locked out with active lighting and is only unlocked using the “Unlock<br />

only” function, the lighting is not switched off automatically. The follow-up time is only active again after<br />

<br />

We would therefore only recommend this function if another participant transmits a 0 telegram immediately<br />

after unlocking.<br />

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2. Unlock and 0 telegram:<br />

<br />

3. Unlock and 1 telegram:<br />

<br />

6. Slave mode<br />

6.1 Slave locking out times:<br />

In slave mode, the presence detector simply transmits one 1 telegram to a master device in order to<br />

restart the follow-up time. This function is used to increase the range. The master device determines the<br />

light evaluation and follow-up time.<br />

Note:<br />

We would only recommend one master device per room because otherwise problems may occur in the<br />

control. Please install the master in the darkest part of the room.<br />

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