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The General Mood function

Description

A 'General Mood' describes the wanted status of all relay and dimmer outputs in a certain wanted situation. Next to that up to maximum 5 additional functions can be called. A 'General Mood' function can only be activated and remains active as long as no modification occurs to the status of an included output.

Parameters

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Name
The name giving of a 'General Mood' is divided in 3 parts:
Room
select here the room in which the General Mood will be activated
Icon
select here whether the General Mood has to be represented on a TELETASK touchscreen and if so, under what icon.
Description
Introduce here a short and clear description of the General Mood.
Relay
In the relay tab page every relay can be selected and the wanted status can be put in, to which the relay, when the 'General Mood' is activated, has to switch.
Not Controlled
if this parameter is selected, then the relay will not be included in the 'General Mood'. This means that the status of the relay remains unchanged when the 'General Mood' is activated. On top of that the relay can be switched on and off, thus not influencing on the active status of the 'General Mood'.
On
if this parameter is selected, then the relay will be switched on when the 'General Mood' is activated.
Off
if this parameter is selected, then the relay will be switched off when the 'General Mood' is activated.
Dimmers
in the dimmers tab page each dimmer can be selected and the wanted status to which the dimmer has to move, can be set when the 'General Mood' is activated.
Not Controlled
if this parameter is selected, then the dimmer is not included in the 'General Mood'. This means that the status of the dimmer remains unchanged when the 'General Mood' is activated. On top of that the dimmer can be controlled autonomously, thus not influencing the active status of the 'General Mood'.
1% till 100% (on)
if this parameter is selected, then the dimmer will be brought to the set target value when the 'General Mood' is activated.
0% (off)
if this parameter is selected, then the dimmer will be switched off when the 'General Mood' is activated.
Additional Functions
In a 'General Mood' up to maximum 5 additional functions can be selected which will be switched to the set target value when the 'General Mood' is activated.
Select the function
Select here up to maximum 5 functions which will be controlled when the 'General Mood' is activated. Following functions can be selected: 'Timed', 'Motor UP/DOWN', 'Local Mood', 'Timed Local Mood', 'Messages and Alarms', 'TP buzzer', 'Audio', 'Sensor functions', 'Flags', 'Clock functions', 'If-Then-Else functions', 'Process functions' and 'Service functions'. Depending on the selected function for each function some function specific parameters have to be put in. Consult for this matter the description of the respective function.

Function behaviour when used on an interface

'Short
With a short push, the 'General Mood' is activated. This means that all relays and dimmers are brought to the status as defined in the 'General Mood'. Next to that possible additional functions will be switched in accordance with the set target value. When the function is switched off (push short again) nothing happens, since a'General Mood' cannot be switched off.
Long
The operation is the same as described under 'Short'.

Function behaviour when called from another function

A 'General Mood' can be selected in another function. When the other function is switched ON the 'General Mood' will be switched as determined in the target value.
When the other function is switched OFF, this will not occur to the 'General Mood' because this function cannot be switched off.

Remark

A 'General Mood cannot be switched off because this function brings the house into a certain status for a longer period , which is often due to a human activity typified by a significantly modified living pattern for several hours. Examples are: going to bed, leaving the house, coming home, party, alarm, etc.
For that reason, in most of the cases, a 'General Mood' will have a counterpart bringing the house in a status of opposite activity. (Going to bed – Getting up; Coming home – Leaving the house; etc.)
When using several Central Units, the General Mood also will be extended with a 'Global Mood' part. For more info, see 'Several Central Units'.

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