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3.1.4. Multi-drive control

Multiple control of an actuator in the home automation

The great advantage of home automation is that you can make combinations of all kinds between the actuators and sensors getting a versatile distributed control. In this example uses two buttons to control a digital output of the plant automation.

Amplifier

  • DO1 Digital Output 1 (relay 10A) of the Unit1 connected to an incandescent lamp.

Control

  • 1 digital input DI1 of the Unit1 connected to a switch.
  • DI2 Digital Input 2 of the Unit1 connected to a switch.

Program

As in previous example, when doing a short press <0.25 sec in the button Click event occurs that is used to send the shutdown command, Off process. If you perform a long press and sustained> 0.25 Ins Down event occurs that is used to send the activation order, On process. Applicable to both inputs DI1 and DI2. If you perform a long press turns on the lamp, if you perform a short press turns off the lamp.

The control buttons DI1 and DI2 are separated from each other in the same room (room), or they are located in different rooms, each one can control the lighting connected to independently DO1 so orders can be turned on and off be enforced or repealed by two buttons.

There is no limit to the number of controls, you can have multiple distributed controls an actuator acting on concrete.

3.1.5. Distributed multi-drive control

Lighting control multiple distributed drive

Example of a distributed control for controlling a lamp located in central pushbuttons Unit1 distributed in Unit1 and Unit2.

Amplifier

  • DO1 Digital Output 1 (relay 10A) of the Unit1 connected to an incandescent lamp.

Control

  • 1 digital input DI1 of the Unit1 connected to a switch.
  • 1 digital input DI2 of Unit2 connected to a switch.

Program

It performs the same program as shown in the example above, you control the Click event and to send processes Down Off and On respectively. The only difference is that events are handled two digital inputs that are in different home automation centers, Unit1 and Unit2.

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