SpaceLogic Sensor devices are modular and are ordered in two parts: the sensor base and the cover. Four SpaceLogic communicating sensor base models are available as well as a variety of covers.
SpaceLogic Sensors are a family of living space sensors designed for BACnet/IP controllers using the EcoStruxure Building Operation user interface. These sensors use an RJ-45 sensor bus that provides communication and power from the BACnet/IP controller.
The Touchscreen Display model provides a menu-driven interface with a front menu and a functions menu screen that you configure through EcoStruxure Building Operation.
In the SpaceLogic Sensor Touchscreen Display model, you select the degree type in order to see the temperature in the preferred units of the room occupant. You enable this feature by choosing the Display object Allow temperature unit changes property, followed by the Temperature units property and its Fahrenheit or Celsius option.
In the SpaceLogic Sensor Touchscreen model, you select the fan speed to change the air flow in the designated living space. You enable this feature using the Display object Allow fan speed changes property.
You can program lighting control to create special scenes that illuminate an area based on the time of day, such as dimming the lights with the click of the night light button.
SpaceLogic Sensor include blank cover and occupancy sensor-only cover models, as well as several models with pushbutton or display-driven user interfaces that allow you to control temperature, occupancy, overrides, and a variety of other settings in a designated living space.
Use the SpaceLogic Sensor Touchscreen Display model front menu screen to view and change the current settings and advance to the functions menu screen.
Use the SpaceLogic Sensor Touchscreen Display model functions menu to perform a variety of tasks. For example, with the functions menu configured as shown, you can perform the following tasks:
When allowed, you use the SpaceLogic Sensor Touchscreen Display model integrator menu pages to access information about the on-board sensors, the sensor device itself, the parent RP Series controller, and custom text messages.