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Room Automation - Video

LROC-40x Room Controller

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CEA-709BACnetDALIKNXM-BusModbusMP-BusOPC XML-DAOPC UAEnOceanSMIWireless Local Area Network (WLAN)LTESNMPAlarming (Alarm Management)SchedulingTrending (Historic Data Logging)IoTE-mail NotificationSMS NotificationEthernet (Ethernet Switch)LIOB-IPLocal I/OsGateway FunctionLocal ConnectionGlobal ConnectionLocal Manual OperationNetwork SecurityRemote AccessVNC (Virtual Network Computing)Web Server for Device ConfigurationMathematical FunctionsIEC 61499 – L-STUDIOBACnet Router FunctionBackup / RestoreLWEB-900 Integrated Building Management SystemLWEB-802/803 VisualizationL-STATUL Recognized Product

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The L‑ROC Room Controller provides the basis for a revolutionary room automation system based on IP, which seamlessly integrates with native BACnet/IP networks and LonMark Systems at the controller level. Together with the L‑STUDIO software, flexible room solutions can be created and adapted to changing requirements during the project with little effort. Integral parts of the L‑ROC System are a web-based room operation via an LWEB‑802/803 dashboard and the automatic generation of graphics for the L‑VIS Touch Panel for local operation.

Our room controllers provide all common interfaces and a large number of physical I/Os for room automation projects. KNX devices are integrated via the built-in KNX TP1 or the KNXnet/IP interface. DALI lamps and DALI sensors are connected to the DALI interface with an integrated DALI power supply. Up to 16 SMI sunblind motors connect to the SMI interface. Belimo valves connect to the MP-Bus interface. BACnet MS/TP devices connect to the RS‑485 interface, which can also be configured as a Modbus RTU interface to connect Modbus devices like energy meters or ekey finger scanner for access control. L-STAT room operator panels connect to the dedicated L-STAT interface. The EXT interface can connect 16 more SMI sunblind motors through the LSMI-800 interface or M‑Bus meters through the L-MBUS20 interface. EnOcean devices connect to the EnOcean interface through an external antenna. Dual Ethernet ports allow daisy chaining of L‑ROC controllers in a ring topology and provide BACnet/IP, LON/IP, Modbus/IP, KNXnet/IP and OPC communication. Optionally the L‑ROC can communicate via wireless LAN through the LWLAN‑800 wireless adapter connected to the USB port. 24 relay outputs, 8 TRIAC outputs, 8 analog outputs, 10 universal inputs and 2 digital inputs connect various physical inputs and outputs. Our room automation library provides pre built function modules for all lighting, heating, cooling, ventilation, sunblinds and access control via finger scanners. Built-in SSL encryption ensures secure operation of the room automation system.

Flexible Room Concept for Room Automation

A room segment is the base unit of configuration in the L-ROC System. The L-ROC Room Controller provides a set of functions for every window axis including:

  • Lighting control with constant light controller
  • Sun blind control with sun tracking and year shade progression
  • Temperature control for heating, cooling, and ventilation
  • Occupancy detection
  • Window monitoring and window contact

Depending on the model an L‑ROC Room Controller can control between 8 and 16 room segments. Based on the various room segment types, larger buildings can be modeled in a hierarchical manner. Areas are built with an area manager by combining multiple room controllers. A floor manager manages multiple areas in one floor. Depending on the architecture, the building can be split up into areas and floors as needed.

Area/Floor Managers are responsible for handling functions needed for corridor, staircase, and bathroom lighting, or even ventilation. Floor managers facilitate the data communication between the floors and handle floor relevant functions e.g. processing meter data.

Rooms can be created in any size by moving, installing, or removing partition walls. The resulting logical connections between the L‑ROC Room Controllers will be built automatically. All graphical user interfaces and network connections are automatically generated and adapted respectively.

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AST™ for Every Room Segment

L‑ROC provides a set of functions for Alarming, Scheduling, and Trending (AST™) for every room segment. Each room segment can be operated entirely independently. The AST™ functions are fully available to higher-level systems through BACnet/IP and web services (L‑WEB System). Distributed schedulers can be efficiently managed and changed with LWEB‑900. 

Room Communication through redundant or seperated IP Network

L‑ROC Room Controllers are interconnected via a 100Base-T Ethernet network. Each L‑ROC device is equipped with two Ethernet ports. It can either be configured to use the internal switch to interconnect the two ports or every port is configured to work in a separate IP network.

When the Ethernet ports are configured for two separate IP networks, one port can be connected for instance to a WAN (Wide Area Network) with enabled network security (HTTPS) while the second port can be configured to be connected to an insecure network (LAN) where the standard building automation protocols like BACnet/ IP, LON/ IP, or Modbus TCP are present. These devices also feature firewall
functionality of course to isolate particular protocols or services between the ports. The built-in VPN function provides for simple VPN setup and secure access to remote sites. The LTE-800 interface enables wireless access to remote sites through a mobile carrier.

Using the internal switch, a daisy chained line topology of up to 20 devices can be  built, which reduces costs for network installation. The IP switch also allows the setup of a redundant Ethernet installation (ring topology), which increases reliability. The redundant Ethernet topology is enabled by the Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP), which is supported by most managed switches.

Integrated L-WEB Room Operation

L‑ROC controllers provide graphical user interfaces for room operation directly via an IP connection to the user, without the need for an additional web server. Graphic projects are distributed among the L‑ROC Room Controllers and can be accessed by LWEB‑802/803 from any PC workstation, smart phone, or tablet PC running Android or iOS.

Integration of the L-STAT Room Operator Panel

Depending on the model, 8 to 16 L-STAT Room Operator Panels can be integrated via the L-STAT interface per L‑ROC Room Controller. In addition to the attractive, modern design and intuitive operation, L-STAT provides a range of features to individually increase the room comfort.

Internal sensors measure temperature, humidity, dew point, occupancy, and the CO2 content of the air. There is also the possibility to control room functions via an IR remote control. Standard pushbuttons and external temperature sensors can be integrated through additional inputs. A built-in NFC chip (Near Field Communication) provides the ability to direct mobile devices to the URL of the respective room website.

Connection to Higher-Level Systems

Higher-level systems can seamlessly integrate L‑ROC Room Controllers via BACnet/IP, LonMark IP‑852, or web services (OPC).

All these protocols are simultaneously available. It is possible to integrate the L‑ROC Room Controller in a BACnet Operator Workstation and at the same time L‑ROC will communicate with other CEA‑709 devices on the IP‑852 channel. Moreover, a higher-level SCADA or ERP System (Facility Management) gets information directly from the L‑ROC Room Controller by using web services based on OPC XML‑DA or OPC UA.

Full LWEB-900 Support

The L‑WEB System uses web services to communicate with the L‑ROC System. All device and operating parameters of every single L‑ROC Room Controller are automatically synchronized with the LWEB‑900 SQL database. Controllers can be replaced from the database with a backup without user interaction.

I/O Integration via Plug and Play

The L‑ROC Room Controllers can automatically integrate additional physical I/Os by using L‑IOB I/O Modules. Up to 2 L‑IOB I/O Modules can be connected through LIOB‑IP. All I/Os can be used by the L‑ROC application and are also available via the web interface of L‑ROC. All configurations of the L‑IOB Modules are stored on the L‑ROC and loaded on demand into the L‑IOB I/O Modules. Exchanging I/O modules is done without any configuration effort requiring only a few quick configuration steps.

Year Shade Progression

Especially in dense city areas, buildings can cast shadows on each other. In case a façade element is shaded by another building, sunblinds can be deactivated for better day light harvesting. The high-performance L-ROC controllers allow to calculate a 3D model in dxf-Format of the building and its close-by neighbors. The model can be constructed using common 3D CAD software or can be derived from a Building Information Model. In case the scenery changes due to new constructions, only the new buildings have to be inserted in the model. The calculation can be done for each window individually or per shadowing zone.

IoT Integration

The IoT function (Node.js) allows connecting the system to almost any cloud service, either for uploading historical data to analytics services, delivering alarm messages to alarm processing services or operating parts of the control system over a cloud service (e.g., scheduling based on Web calendars or booking systems). Processing Internet information such as weather data in forecast-based control is also possible. Finally, the JavaScript kernel also allows implementing serial protocols to non-standard equipment.

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LROC-40x Room Controller Products


LROC-400
LROC-400

L-ROC Room Controller for room segment, aisle, floor, building, or campus management

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LROC-401
LROC-401

L-ROC Room Controller for room segment, aisle, floor, building, or campus management

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LROC-402
LROC-402

L-ROC Room Controller for room segment, aisle, floor, building, or campus management

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LROC-SEG8
LROC-SEG8

License to add 8 segments to L-ROC controller

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LBOX-ROC1
LBOX-ROC1System Distribution Box for LROC-40x Room Controller, 519 x 280 x 71 (L x W x H in mm)
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LBOX-ROC2
LBOX-ROC2System Distribution Box for LROC‑40x Room Controller, 60 W 24 V DC power supply
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LENO-800
LENO-800

EnOcean Interface 868 MHz Europe

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LENO-801
LENO-801

EnOcean Interface 902 MHz USA/Canada

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LENO-802
LENO-802

EnOcean Interface 928 MHz Japan

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LWLAN-800
LWLAN-800

Wireless LAN Interface IEEE 802.11bgn

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LSTAT-80x-CUSTOM
LSTAT-80x-CUSTOMCustomized room control unit, min qty 100 pcs, enclosure G1: silver, G2: black, G3: white; custom print Lx, EnOcean optional, including 2 working samples, lead time 10 weeks
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LDALI-MS2
LDALI-MS2

DALI multi-sensor (presence detection, lux sensor, IR receiver, temperature sensor, humidity sensor, 3 digital inputs)


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LDALI-BM2
LDALI-BM2

Quadruple DALI pushbutton coupler

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LDALI-RM3
LDALI-RM3

DALI Relay Module 10 A, Analog Interface 0 – 10 V and 1 – 10 V

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LDALI-RM4
LDALI-RM4

DALI Relay Module 10 A, Analog Interface 0 – 10 V and 1 – 10 V, “spud-mount”

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L-TEMP2
L-TEMP2

External temperature sensor (NTC10K) for use with L-IOB Universal Inputs

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LSMI-800
LSMI-800Standard Motor Interface for 16 motors via EXT port
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LSMI-804
LSMI-804Standard Motor Interface for 64 motors, 4 SMI channels via USB
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L-STUDIO

L‑STUDIO is the world’s first IEC 61499 based room automation system. Any room function can be realized with L‑STUDIO in a distributed system of L‑ROC devices. We call this new approach in automation “Cloud Control”. In a cloud of L‑ROC devices, all automation functions are mapped automatically o physical hardware. The object-oriented design method allows the efficient reuse of previously implemented functions. In the graphical development environment of L‑STUDIO, areas are created from room segment with just a few mouse clicks. The areas are interconnected to floors and multiple floors form a building. The entire building application is automatically distributed to the L‑ROC Controllers installed in the building.

New functions can be added to the room segment objects after initial configuration. These new functions can be applied individually or to all room segment objects very easily. Comprehensive debugging and watch functions allow for complete building troubleshooting. An extensive library of functions is provided for heating, ventilation, cooling, lighting, sun blind control, and security. With the integrated L‑VIS/‌L‑WEB Configurator, graphical pages for L‑VIS Touch Panels and L‑WEB applications can be customized.


Features

  • Flexible built-in management for room segments
  • Room controller for up to 8 or16 room segments
  • Networking via redundant IP network
  • Programmable with L‑STUDIO (IEC 61499)
  • Extension with physical inputs and outputs using L‑IOB I/‌O Modules (LIOB‑45x or LIOB‑55x)
  • 128x64 graphic display with backlight for device configuration and maintenance
  • Local display of device and data point information
  • Manual operation using the jog dial or VNC Client
  • Integrated AST™ functions (Alarming, Scheduling, and Trending) for each room segment
  • Node.js support for easy IoT integration (e.g. Google calendar, Alexa & friends, multimedia equipment,…)
  • Event-driven e-mail notification
  • Math objects to execute mathematical operations on data points
  • Stores customized graphical pages
  • Visualization of customized graphical pages through LWEB‑900 (Building Management), LWEB‑803 (Monitoring and Control), or LWEB‑802 (Web Browser)
  • Support of the L‑STAT Network Thermostat
  • Built-in OPC XML‑DA and OPC UA server
  • Access to network statistics via SNMP
  • Compliant with ANSI/‌ASHRAE 135‑2012 and ISO 16484‑5:2012 standard
  • Supports BACnet MS/‌TP and BACnet/‌IP
  • BACnet Client Function (Write Property, Read Property, COV Subscription)
  • BACnet Client Configuration with configuration tool (scan and EDE import)
  • BACnet/‌IP compliant with B-BC (BACnet Building Controller) functionality
  • Integrated BACnet/‌IP to BACnet MS/‌TP Router including BBMD as well as Slave-Proxy functionality
  • Compliant with CEA‑709, CEA‑852, and ISO/‌IEC 14908 Standard (LonMark System)
  • CEA‑709 integration via LonMark IP‑852 (Ethernet/‌IP) channel
  • Support of dynamically created or static NVs
  • Support of user-defined NVs (UNVTs) and Configuration Properties (SCPTs, UCPTs)
  • Connection to KNXnet/‌IP and KNX TP1
  • M‑Bus Master according to EN 13757‑3, connection via optional M‑Bus Converter (L‑MBUS20 or L‑MBUS80)
  • Gateway functions including Smart Auto-Connect™
  • Modbus TCP and Modbus RTU (Master or Slave)
  • Integrated web server for device configuration and monitoring data points
  • Integration of actuators via MP-Bus
  • DALI Integration of up to 64 DALI lamps (depending on the model)
  • Integrated DALI power supply, 16 V DC, 160 mA guaranteed supply current, 250 mA max. supply current
  • Test and assignment of DALI devices via the Web interface
  • Replacement of DALI devices without additional software tools via the graphic display and jog dial
  • Supports up to 16 DALI sensors
  • Supports up to 64 DALI pushbuttons
  • Supports the control of standard loads in the power grid via LDALI‑RM3 Relay Modules
  • Supports DALI-2 devices (drivers and input devices)
  • Supports DALI color control (DT8 tunable white & full color control)
  • Integrated Constant Light Controller
  • Supports lamp burn-in mode
  • Supports periodic testing of DALI emergency lights
  • Integrated DALI Protocol Analyzer
  • Connection to EnOcean wireless devices (built-in EnOcean interface with external antenna for Europe, 868 MHz) or via LENO‑80x
  • Supports WLAN through LWLAN‑800 Interface
  • Supports SMI (Standard Motor Interface) through LSMI-80x
  • Supports LTE through LTE-800 Interface
  • Stores user-defined project documentation

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Specification

Dimensions in (mm) [inch]

LROC-400

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LROC-401

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LROC-402

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General Specifications
Dimensions (mm) 340 x 144 x 70 (L x W x H)
Installation mountable directly via two oblong holes (ø 7 mm, distance 315 mm) or system distribution box LBOX-ROC1, (L x W x H in mm)
Power supply 24 V DC or 85 – 240 V AC, 50 – 60 Hz (do not connect 24 V DC if SMI or DALI are used) 
Operating conditions 0 °C to 40 °C, 10 – 90 % RH, non condensing, degree of protection: IP40, IP20 (terminals)
Specifications
Type
LROC-400
LROC-401
LROC-402
Power consumption
max. 15 W 
max. 15 W
max. 15 W 
Interfaces

2 x Ethernet (100Base-T):
Web services (OPC XML‑DA, OPC UA), LonMark IP‑852, BACnet/‌IP*, LIOB‑IP, KNXnet/‌IP, Modbus TCP (Master or Slave), HTTP, FTP, SSH, HTTPS, Firewall, VNC, SNMP
1 x L-STAT (Room Operator Panel)
1 x MP-Bus (actuator)
1 x KNX TP1

2 x USB-A:
WLAN (needs LWLAN‑800),
MP-Bus (benötigt LMPBUS-804),
SMI (needs LSMI-804),
LTE (needs LTE-800)

1 x RS‑485 (ANSI TIA/‌EIA‑485):
BACnet MS/‌TP*
or
Modbus RTU (Master or Slave)
1 x DALI with integrated DALI bus power supply 16 V DC, 160 mA guaranteed supply current, 250 mA max. supply current
1 x SMI (Standard Motor Interface Master)
1 x EnOcean (Europe 868 MHz) with external antenna
1 x EXT:
M‑Bus, Master EN 13757‑3
(needs LMBUS-20 or LMBUS‑80)
or
SMI (needs LSMI-800)

2 x USB-A:
WLAN (needs LWLAN‑800),
MP-Bus (benötigt LMPBUS-804),
SMI (needs LSMI-804),
LTE (needs LTE-800)

1 x RS‑485 (ANSI TIA/‌EIA‑485):
BACnet MS/‌TP*
or
Modbus RTU (Master or Slave)
1 x DALI with integrated DALI bus power supply 16 V DC, 160 mA guaranteed supply current, 250 mA max. supply current
1 x SMI (Standard Motor Interface Master)
1 x EnOcean (Europe 868 MHz) with external antenna
1 x EXT:
M‑Bus, Master EN 13757‑3
(needs LMBUS-20 or LMBUS‑80)
or
SMI (needs LSMI-800)

2 x USB-A:
WLAN (needs LWLAN‑800),
MP-Bus (benötigt LMPBUS-804),
EnOcean (needs LENO‑80x),
SMI (needs LSMI-804),
LTE (needs LTE-800)

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* Router between BACnet/‌IP and BACnet MS/‌TP

Universal Input (UI)
10
 
0
10
Digital Input (DI)
2
 
0
2

Analog Output (AO)

8  0 8
Digital Output (DO) 32 (24 x Relay 10 A, 8 x Triac 0.5 A)  0 32 (24 x Relay 10 A, 8 x Triac 0.5 A)
Digital Output specification
Please refer to the “General Input and Output Specification of LOYTEC devices” for more details.
Frequency 868.3 MHz  868.3 MHz -
RF Output Power 3 dBm  3 dBm -
L‑IOB I/O extension

2 L‑IOB I/‌O Modules of Type LIOB‑45x or LIOB‑55x

BACnet/‌IP Router 1
Program cycle time Event-triggered
Programming, tools L‑STUDIO (IEC 61499 based)
Max. number of Rooms/‌Segments 8  16 8
SMI devices (via built-in interface)

1 x 16

1 x 16 -
SMI devices via LSMI-800 1 x 16 1 x 16 1 x 16
SMI devices via LSMI-804 4 x 16 4 x 16 4 x 16
SMI devices (maximum) 96 96 64
EnOcean devices (via built-in interface) 32 64 -
EnOcean devices via LENO‑80x - - 32
EnOcean devices (maximum) 64 64 64
EnOcean devices commissioning limit 32 64 32
L-STAT Network Thermostats 8  6 8
DALI devices 64  64 0
DALI groups 16  16 -
DALI sensors 16  16 -
DALI pushbuttons (LDALI‑BM2) 64 pushbutton coupler  64pushbutton coupler -
MP-Bus devices (via built-in interface) 1 x 8 (16 MPL) 1 x 8 (16 MPL) 1 x 8 (16 MPL)
MP-Bus devices via LMPBUS-804 4 x 8 (16 MPL) 4 x 8 (16 MPL) 4 x 8 (16 MPL)
MP-Bus devices (maximum) 80 80 80
Resource limits
Total number of data points
30 000
LonMark Schedulers 100
OPC data points 10 000 LonMark Alarm Servers 1
BACnet objects 2 000 (analog, binary, multi-state) E-mail templates 100
BACnet client mappings 5 000 Math objects 100
BACnet calendar objects 25 Alarm logs 10
BACnet scheduler objects 100 (64 data points per object) M-Bus data points 1 000 
BACnet notification classes 32 Modbus data points 2 000 
Trend logs (BACnet or generic)
512 (4 000 000 entries, ≈ 60 MB)
KNX TP1 data points 1 000
Total trended data points 1 000 KNXnet/IP data points 1 000
CEA-709 network variables (NVs) 2 000 Connections (Local / Global) 2 000 / 250
CEA-709 Alias NVs 2 000 Number of L-WEB clients 32 (simultaneously)
CEA-709 External NVs (polling) 1 000 L-IOB I/O Modules (via LIOB-IP) 2
CEA-709 address table entries 1 000 (non-ECS mode: 15) EnOcean data points 10 per EnOcean device
LonMark Calendar 1 (25 calendar patterns) SMI devices (per channel) 16
MP-Bus devices (per channel) 8 (16 MPL)  

 

 


General Input and Output Specification of LOYTEC devices

UI Universal Input

UIs are universal inputs for four different input types. They have an input voltage range of 0 V to 10 V, and can withstand up to 30 V. The UIs correspond to class 1 with a relative accuracy of ±1 % (of measured value) between 1 V and 10 V, and an absolute accuracy of ±10 mV between 0 V and 1 V. The ADC resolution is 16 bits. Galvanically isolated sensors resp. switches must be connected. Universal inputs can be configured as:

  • Binary Input (Digital Input)

    Input impedance > 20 kΩ, sampling period 10 ms.
    • In voltage mode, the threshold values are < 0.8 V for low level and > 2 V for high level.
    • In resistance mode, the threshold values are < 1.9 kΩ for low level and > 6.7 kΩ for high level.
    Between the threshold values, the resulting level of the UI is not defined.
  • Voltage Metering 0-10 V

    Input Impedance > 20 kΩ, sampling period < 1 s.
  • Current loop 4-20 mA

    Input Impedance > 20 kΩ, sampling period < 1 s. An internal shunt of 249 Ω is available for some universal inputs. Otherwise, an external resistor of 249 Ω must be used as a shunt.
  • Resistance Measurement

    Input Impedance 10 kΩ, sampling period < 1 s. Resistors in the range of 1 kΩ to 100 kΩ can be measured. For popular temperature sensors (e.g. Pt1000, NTC10K, NTC1K8, Ni1000) fixed internal translation tables are provided. For all other temperature sensors, translation tables can be defined in the configuration tool and used on the device.

The average sampling period p of analog inputs depends on the number of active (non-disabled) universal inputs n that are configured in analog mode. The formula for p is:

p = n * 125 ms

This means if e.g. only two UIs are configured as analog inputs, a new sample is taken every 250 ms (on average) for each of the two inputs. The UIs configured as digital inputs are unaffected (sampling period always 10 ms) by this formula.

DI – Digital Input, Counter Input (S0-Pulse)

DIs are fast binary inputs, which can also be used as counter inputs (S0). They follow the S0 specification for electric meters and have a sampling rate of 10 ms. They change state at a load of 195 Ω between the DI terminal and GND. Galvanically isolated sensors resp. switches must be connected.

AO – Analog Output

AOs are analog outputs with a signal range of 0 to 10 V (up to 12 V), a resolution of 10 bits, and a maximum output current of 10 mA (20 mA @ 12 V), short circuit proof (2 outputs at a time). The accuracy over the whole range is ±100 mV.

DO – Digital Output

The following digital outputs are available:

  • Relay 6A Output: Switching capacity 6A, 250VAC resp. 30VDC. Max in-rush current 6A, max. 600W (resistive) @ 250VAC.
  • Relay 10A Output: Switching capacity 10A, 250VAC resp. 30VDC. Max in-rush current 10A, max. 1600W (resistive) @ 250VAC.
  • Relay 16A Output: Switching capacity 16A, 250VAC resp. 30VDC. Max in-rush current 80A, max. 2000W (resistive) @ 250VAC.
  • TRIAC Output: Switching capacity 0.5A, 24 to 230VAC. External relays must not be connected.

When switching higher loads than specified an interface relay must be used and a quenching circuit like a varistor or RC element must be used at the selected LOYTEC device.

PRESS – Pressure Sensor

These inputs represent differential pressure sensors. They are equipped with two 3/16” (4.8 mm) hose connectors.