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FAQ - KNX Actuators and Outputs

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WHAT IS AN ACTUATOR AND WHAT IS IT FOR?

Actuators are devices that produce a physical action on the controlled system by executing a command received from a control device. Generally speaking, they can be considered as the equivalent of electromechanical relays. Besides having a bus connection to the home automation system sending the commands, they also are connected to the power line, i.e. the 230Vac electrical network powering the controlled load. For further information click here.

BLIND ACTUATORS: WHAT ARE THEY CAPABLE OF?

The blind actuator is generally used to control a motor for blinds, venetians and tents, in domestic environments.

WHAT ARE THE DEVICES USED TO CONTROL SCENES?

With 4 binary channels output modules FA1 and 8 binary channels output modules FB1. Each output can be paired to a maximum of 8 scene codes; whenever a scene with these codes is recalled by a control device, the corresponding output will take the configured value.