The 'TP buzzer' function sends from another function an adjustable number of beep tones to an adjustable interface.
Within the function
The function is only available in another function.
When called from another function
- This parameter defines the interface which has to beep. This setting is only necessary with the 'TP Buzzer' type.
- Target value
- Put in the number of beep tones which is sent to the selected interface.
Function behaviour when used on an interface
Operation in another function
'TP Buzzer' type
A 'TP Buzzer' can only be selected in another function. This function sends a pre set number of beep tones to a selected interface, when the other function is selected. The number of beep tones is adjustable in the target value. Following target values are available:
- XX times
- Select here the number of beep tones that the selected interface has to produce, when the function is activated. XX can swing for each unit between 1 till 255. By default the number of beep tones is set at 1.
- XX times/-
- Select here the number of beep tones that the selected interface has to introduce, when the function is activated. XX can swing for each unit between 1 till 255. By default the number of beep tones is set at 1. When the function is switched off nothing happens.
- Every time that somebody rings at the entrance, one or more touch panels in the house are beeping a predefined number of times.
- Every time when the front-door is opened the touch panels in the house are beeping once. Every time when the back door is opened the beepers are beeping twice… just to let you know.
- Every time when a message appears on a display (touch panel), the beeper of the touch panel is activated. When it concerns an alarm, you can use a timed local mood function, which is calling the beeper function to (for example) beep 5 times every 30 seconds, until the alarm is cleared by the user.