SpaceLogic Sensor Interfaces

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Turning the Lights On and Off
In the SpaceLogic Sensor Touchscreen Display model, you turn lights on and off in order to increase or decrease living space illumination and conserve energy. You enable this feature using the Allow light control property in the Display object. You then use the Toggle lights, Button (1-12) function in the Button and Scene Configuration page to toggle the lights on and off. You can also use the Lighting mode property to allow the integrator to perform a Digital toggle for the lighting control menu as described here.
7/23/2021
Dimming the Lights
In the SpaceLogic Sensor Touchscreen Display model, you dim the lights in order to increase or decrease living space illumination and conserve energy. You enable this feature using the Allow light control property in the Display object. You then use the Lighting mode property to allow the integrator to select Analog adjustable for the lighting control menu.
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Fully Opening and Closing the Blinds
In the SpaceLogic Sensor Touchscreen Display model, you fully open and close the blinds in order to increase or decrease living space illumination and conserve energy. You enable this feature using the Allow blind control property in the Display object. You then use the Toggle blinds, Button (1-12) function property on the Button and Scene Configuration page to toggle the blinds fully open and closed. You can also use the Blind control mode property to allow the integrator to perform a Digital toggle control for the blind control menu as described here.
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Incrementally Adjusting the Blinds
In the SpaceLogic Sensor Touchscreen Display model, you incrementally adjust the blinds in order to increase or decrease living space illumination and conserve energy. You enable this feature using the Allow blind control property in the Display object. You then use the Blind angle mode property to allow the integrator to select Analog adjustable and manipulate the blind control menu.
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Accessing the Integrator Menu
You access the Integrator menu to view information pages in the SpaceLogic Sensor Touchscreen Display Model. You enable the page individually with the Allow sensors information page, Allow device information page, Allow parent information page, and Allow custom information page in the Display object. If the individual pages are not visible in the integrator menu, the property is not enabled and you are not permitted to access that page.
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Backlighting in the SpaceLogic Sensor 3-Button Cover Model
When the room occupant presses the buttons on the SmartX Sensor 3-Button Cover model to increase or decrease the temperature setpoint, the backlight changes from deep blue at the low end of the range, to deep red at the top end of the range. Each button push causes a 10% increase or decrease in the range. The backlight flashes rapidly three time to indicate the top or bottom of range has been reached.
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Changing Heating and Cooling Mode Settings
In the SpaceLogic Sensor LCD Temperature Sensor model, you change the heating and cooling mode settings to enhance living space comfort. You enable this feature by choosing the Display object Heating cooling status property and its relevant option.
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Changing the Degree Type
In the SpaceLogic Sensor LCD Temperature Sensor model, you change the degree type to either Celsius or Fahrenheit to view the temperature in the desired units. You enable this feature by choosing the Display object Temperature units property and its Fahrenheit or Celsius option.
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Changing the Fan Speed
In the SpaceLogic Sensor LCD Temperature Sensor model, you change the fan speed to change the air flow in the designated living space. You enable this feature by choosing the Display object Fan speed property and its appropriate setting, such as Off, Level-1-Low-On, or Level-2-High.
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Changing the Heating and Cooling Mode
You configure valid HVAC modes in the Display object HVAC mode property with values such as Auto, Heat, and Cool. The Display object Allowed HVAC modes property determines what modes are available such as Auto, Auto-Heat, Auto-Cool, and Auto-Heat-Cool. As long as this feature is supported by the control application, this allows the room occupant to change the HVAC mode.
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