The Local Mood function


A 'Local Mood' describes the desired status of maximum 10 functions. When the 'Local Mood' is activated the integrated functions in the local mood list will be executed in the selected sequence in accordance with the set target status.



The definition of a 'Local Mood' name is divided in 3 parts:
select here the room in which the Local Mood is to be activated
select here whether the Local Mood has to be represented on a TELETASK touchscreen and if yes, under what icon.
a short and clear description of the Local Mood.
this parameter determines whether the ‘Local Mood’ function can be dimmed.
this parameter determines whether the 'Local Mood' function can be switched off (reversible), when it is switched on. When this parameter is ticked, the 'Local Mood' will 'toggle'. This means that the 'Local Mood' can be reversed.
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in this field up to 10 functions can be defined which will be executed when the 'Local Mood' is switched on. Depending on the selected function for each function some function specific parameters have to be put in. Consult for this matter the individual function descriptions above in this document.
Remark: A ‘dimmable’ mood has two states an ON/OFF state and a DIM state (0-100%). The DIM state of a dimmable mood is calculated as the average of all the Dimmers in the local mood.
Remark: If a ‘dimmable’ mood has a Room and Icon assigned to it, two items will appear on the TELETASK touchscreens: one to control the ON/OFF state of the Mood and one to control the DIM state of the Mood.
Remark: When ‘dimming’ a ‘dimmable mood’ UP or DOWN all dimmers will dim with the same ramp speed. But it is not guaranteed that two dimmers that start at the same percentage will stop at the same percentage, small variations (1 or 2 % ) are possible
Remark: a dimmable mood can contain ‘non dimmable’ items e.g. Relays, Motors,… These items are NOT switched ON or OFF while ‘Dimming’ the ‘dimmable mood’.
Remark: The ON/OFF state for the local mood is ‘ON’ when all items are in the defined status. This is the same for a ‘dimmable local mood’, so when a ‘dimmable local mood’ is ‘dimmed’ UP or DOWN its ON/OFF state will change to false.

Function behaviour when used on an interface

With a short push on the button the 'Local Mood' is activated. This ensures that all selected functions are switched to the wanted status. When the 'Local Mood' is switched off, the selected functions will be switched off as described in the respective function.
For a non-dimmable mood the functioning is the same as described under 'Short'. For a dimmable mood a ‘long press’ will Dim the mood UP or DOWN.
Remark: A 'Local Mood' can only be switched off when the parameter 'Toggle' is on.

Function behaviour when operating in another function

A 'Local Mood' can be selected in another function. When the other function is switched on, the Local Mood will switch in accordance with the set target value.

The 'Local Mood' is activated: all functions within the 'Local Mood' switch to the set status.
The 'Local Mood' is switched off: all functions within the 'Local Mood' switch off.
When activating the other function the 'Local Mood' will be activated. When switching off the other function the 'Local Mood' will be switched off.
When activating the other function the 'Local Mood' is switched off. When the other function is switched off, the 'Local Mood' will remain switched off.
Not every function can be switched off. Whether or not a function can be switched off, is described with the different functions.
A 'Local Mood' can only switched off when the parameter 'Toggle' is checked.

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