SpaceLogic Sensor Interfaces

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Changing the Occupancy Mode
In the SpaceLogic Sensor LCD Temperature Sensor model, you change the occupancy mode to tell the control system that the room is occupied or unoccupied. Depending on how the control system has been designed, it may respond by permanently or temporarily changing the setpoint, fan speed, HVAC mode, and or lights. You enable the occupancy override feature using the Display object Occupancy override property.
7/23/2021
Changing the Occupancy Mode
In the SpaceLogic Sensor Touchscreen Display model, you change the occupancy mode to tell the control system that the room is occupied or unoccupied. You do so by enabling the Display object Occupancy override property. Depending on the control system programming, it may respond in various ways including changing the active setpoint from unoccupied to occupied, turning on the lights, and/or starting a timer that expires when the system becomes unoccupied again.
7/23/2021
Changing the Temperature Setpoint
In the SpaceLogic Sensor 3-Button Cover mode, you change the temperature setpoint to increase living space comfort by using the available buttons. You enable the temperature setpoint by configuring the Display object Allow setpoint changes, followed by the Setpoint highlimit and Setpoint low limit properties. In this way, you can use the desired setpoint to control applications through the Setpoint property.
7/23/2021
Changing the Temperature Setpoint
In the SpaceLogic Sensor LCD Temperature Sensor model, you change the temperature setpoint to increase living space comfort by using the available buttons. You enable the temperature setpoint by configuring the Display object Allow setpoint changes, followed by the Setpoint highlimit and Setpoint low limit properties. In this way, you can use the desired setpoint to control applications through the Setpoint property.
7/23/2021
Changing the Temperature Setpoint
In the SpaceLogic Sensor Touchscreen Display model, you increase or decrease the temperature setpoint to enhance living space comfort.
7/23/2021
Changing the Temperature Setpoint in a Restricted Display
You change the temperature setpoint in a restricted display model to enhance living space comfort. In order to do so, the SpaceLogic Sensor Display object Allow setpoint changes property must be configured to allow setpoint changes. The Setpoint high limit and Setpoint low limit properties then determine the allowable range of temperatures. In this particular example, access is restricted and the range of allowable temperatures is +1.5°C.
7/23/2021
SpaceLogic Sensor 3-Button Cover Model Interface
Use the SpaceLogic Sensor 3-Button Cover model interface to change the temperature setpoint to a comfortable level. You can also confirm your presence in a room and turn on the lights with the occupancy override button.
7/22/2021

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