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The basic flow diagram of a configuration session

Setting up the relation between an input and an output is basically very simple. There are only about three steps to be done to define that for example a certain light is switched on/off by means of a certain (momentary) push button on the wall:

1Configure the light (= an output relay of the system. for example relay nr. 1) Image8
2Configure the button or touch panel button (= an input, for example the button in the kitchen which is connected to the system input nr. 1) Image9
3Define the relation between the input and the output (example: 'SWITCH' on/off) Image10


Another very powerful relation can be the control of a number of outputs (loads) by only one button. This seems more complex, but you can define the relation between the button and the different outputs in only three steps.

1Configure the connected lights (outputs) Image11
2Configure the button (input) Image12
3Configure the function which contains all the outputs (ex: list of all outputs which will have to be controlled at once) Image13
4Define the necessary relation between a button and the custom made function (ex. 'local mood') Image14


All relations which are defined between the inputs and the outputs are always based on one of the two flow diagrams above. It is the functionality of the chosen relation (sometimes this can be more than one function) between the inputs and the outputs which may increase the level of complexity of your work.

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