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hari

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Re: Alarm Panel Choice
« Reply #30 on: July 04, 2009, 08:36:56 pm »
you did not read the manual, right? It is a 4 gang model.

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Re: Alarm Panel Choice
« Reply #31 on: July 13, 2009, 10:12:37 pm »
Hi Hari,

I have now read the Manual again. The problem is that I don't understand what it means.

And I don't understand how to use it with LinuxMCE without having an Merten Adminstration module. I have got an TrickleStar remote and a Seluxit Viasens controller.

They write
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The inputs E1, E2, E3 and E4 are each a function channel. It can be detected automatically by occupancy recognition if both inputs of a function channel are connected.
That would mean I can control 4 lights.

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If both inputs per function channel are connected:
By pressing E1/E3 briefly:switch on or stop roller shutter
By pressing E1/E3 for a prolonged time:dim up or raise roller shutter
By pressing E2/E4 briefly:switch off or stop roller shutter
By pressing E2/E4 for a prolonged time dim down or lower roller shutter
That makes things unclear again ...

And then there is the values settings things up - what does that mean ?
http://wiki.linuxmce.org/index.php/Merten_506004_Connect_Radio_Transmitter_FM_4gang#Parameter_values

If you can help me understand that or advice me to some good documents I will try to document in the wiki how it works - so you don*t have to answer this dumb questions again - or you can then just tell people "go read the wiki" ;)

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Re: Alarm Panel Choice
« Reply #32 on: July 14, 2009, 12:39:50 am »
the settings are set with the "configuration set" z-wave command. Every remote should support that (LMCE does too, via web admin). the UP4 has the same 4 association groups like the double paddle remote switch. So with proper associations, you can control up to 4 devices. Depending on wiring and configuration, other options are available (doorbell, ..)

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