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niko Swiss Garde 300 Presence Detector KNX/KLR Instructions

SWISS GARDE 300 PRESENCE DETECTOR KNX/KLR
APPLICATION DESCRIPTION

SG300P KNX/KLR
25240 / 25251CH / 25252CH

FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION

The SWISS GARDE 300P KNX/KLR Type No. 25240 D (CH) is a 4 channel presence detector for wall mount indoor installation.
The SWISS GARDE 300P KNX/KLR Type No. 25241, 2542 are for outdoor wall mount installation with enhanced temperature range. They provide IP55 protection.
The device is based on a modern 16-bit microcontroller with internal flash memory and an integrated KNX/EIB bus coupler.
Three pyro detectors and a high-resolution lens can detect the smallest motions.
The 3 PIR sensors can be activated individually or in groups.
An integrated light sensor with linear output measures brightness. Its built-in optical filter has a spectral response similar to that of the human eye.
All models covered can be configured as a master or as a secondary device.
The presence detector has a 2-channel constant light controller (CLC) with a parametrizable offset between -50% to +50%. There is an additional light channel output for switching, dimming or scene selection.
An additional HVAC channel can be used for HVAC controls, alarm systems or presence detection.
With the standard KNX bus, all switching and control functions can be easily programmed and executed.
The application description is valid for devices with the program version 2.4. Functional enhancements and changes from program version 2.7. are described in the chapter 5

Model Overview

Description color E-No. EM-Nr. Art.-Nr
Swiss Garde 300 Presence KNX/KLR UP white 305401209 3505100252405 25240 CH
Swiss Garde 300 Presence KNX/KLR UP white 305401209 3505100252405 25240 D
Swiss Garde 360 Presence KNNLR IP55 UP white 305401309 3505100252412 25241
Swiss Garde 360 Presence KNX/KLR IP55 AP white 205401309 3505100252429 25242
Swiss Garde 300 presence detector KNX/KLR, STANDARDdue 050 white 305401219 3505100252511 25251 CH
Swiss Garde 300 presence detector KNX/KLR, STANDARDdue 050 black 305401819 3505100252528 25252 CH

1.2. Dimensions

COMMUNICATION OBJECTS *

input objects
output objects

Object Function link application with Bit/Byte
0 Output – light (preset dimming) light group actuator 1 byte
0 Output – light (switching) light group actuator. 1 bit
0 Output – light (scene) light group actuator 1 bit
1 Input external switch / status – light (switching) KNX switch, touch display, logic 1 bit
2 Input external motion – light (switching) Output – light for secondary unit (object 0) 1 bit
3 Input – light (forced control) •External logic module 2 bit
3 Input – light (lock) KNX switch, touch display, logic module 1 bit
4 Output – HVAC (switching) •Actuators for HVAC devices such as heating, ventilation, and air conditioning
•Control of alarm logic modules
•Presence function
1 bit
5 External switch / status – HVAC (switching) KNX switch, touch display, logic 1 bit
6 External motion – HVAC (switching) Output HVAC for the secondary unit (output object 4). 2 byte
7 Input – HVAC (forced control) External logic module 2 bit
7 Input – HVAC (lock) KNX switch, touch display, logic 1 bit
8 Threshold switch brightness (switching) Logic, actuator 1 bit
9 Brightness (lux value) Logic, touch display 2 byte
10 AD calibration value Readout and then set manually for the calibration procedure 2 byte
16 Constant light control, switch on/off KW( switch, logic 1 bit
17 Constant light control, dimming relative 4 bit dimming object from KNX switch for OWOFF, dimming up and down, touch display 4 bit
18 Constant light control, preset dimming Logic module 1 byte
20 Constant light control, forced control KNX button, logic 1 bit
21 Constant light control, scene selection Logic module 1 byte
22 Constant light control, channel 1 – output Dimming actuator for light group 1 1 byte
23 Constant light control, channel 2 – output Dimming actuator for light group 2 1 byte
24 Light – standby Switching of standby value sets 1 bit

* Communication objects program version v2.4

PARAMETERS

To set the parameters, the SG360P KNX/KLR RA/EA motion detector should be highlighted in the configuration or operating mode and the command Parameter be selected from the Edit menu item or via the context menu (right mouse click). The Edit parameter… window will open with multiple tabs.
3.1. General

Type of detector
The function of the detector is set as a master or secondary (slave) device
Delay time for forced control mode
The value “Of” or a time of 5 min to 9 hrs can be selected in the reset time forced control menu. This parameter defines the time delay for the detector to reset to AUTO
mode, after an OFF or ON command, has been executed.
3.1.1. Secondary Detector Mode

Secondary Detector Mode (Slave Mode) The secondary detector mode can be reached in the menu General: click the type of detector as slave and the menu slave mode appears. The delay time of the secondary unit is fixed to 30 sec.
LED green For testing purposes, the indication LED for motions can be activated.
Value of object Selectable ON or OFF
Idle time after switch off Can be set from 1 sec to 60-sec Default value is 5 sec
Cyclical transmission We recommend retriggering the Master unit cyclically when operating in the Master/Secondary Detector mode. The interval time for cyclical transmission can be set from 1 second to 4 hours.
The default value is 30 sec
PIR evaluation
Active sensors The 3 PIR sensors can be enabled individually or in groups. The numbers 1, 2, and 3 correspond to positions 1, 2, and 3 as shown in the illustration (§3.6).
Sensitivity setting The sensitivity can be adjusted from 1 to 10.( 1 = min, 10 = max) The default value is 5.

3.2. Light – Switch / Dimming / Standby values

The operating mode of the detector Sets the operating mode to be fully or semi-automatic.
Green LED This LED may flash once after each motion detection or remain off
Delay time The delay time for the light channel can be set from 1 sec to 4 hrs
Brightness below which sensor is active Set lighting value from 10 Lux to 2000 Lux and always.
Important: If the light channel always remains active ( even with values > 2000 lux. the parameter must be always.
Brightness above which lighting is turned off Brightness threshold (lux) for immediate switch-off, even if delay time has not yet elapsed. The default value is OFF.
Forced control object or disabled object This will set object 3. See description of object 3: force control mode — lock mode (§3.6)

2524X/2525XCH

If locked object = 0 Selects an action to be executed after reception of a 0 command
If locked object =1 Selects an action to be executed after reception of a 1 command
Object type for output – light This will define object 0. The following options are available: switching, dim completely, scene selection
Object value for ON when the object type is: light = switching
light = dimming
light = scene
Select ON or OFF (ON is default value) Select preset dim value from 0% to 100% Select scenes from 1…32
Object value for OFF when object type: light = switching
light = dimming
light = scene
Select ON or OFF (OFF is default value) Select preset dim value from 0% to 100% Select scenes from 1…32
Transmission conditions for switching object Transmission filter for output object 0: Output – Light – Switching Selection: ON and OFF; neither ON no OFF; only ON; only OFF
Transmission conditions for external switch Selection: ON and OFF; neither ON nor OFF; ON only; OFF only
Idle time after switch off Can be set from 1 sec to 60 secs
Applications:
Prevention off bus traffic excess
Prevention of erroneous lighting restarts if:
•light bulbs are cooling down
•room is deserted after switching off with a KNX switch.
Cyclical transmission If the light channel is in switching mode, it is possible to cyclically transmit the ‘ON” mode. The interval time for cyclical transmission can be set from 1 second to 4 hours.

3.2.1. Light – Preset Dimming

Object type for output-light
Preset dimming This setting enables the standby light function. The Standby value option appears in the Light menu.
3.2.2. Light – Standby parameters

Standby values Toggles the orientation light function between active and inactive
Standby time 1 Set orientation light 1 duration time (seconds, minutes, hours).
Standby value 1 Set light intensity in % (0…100%)
Standby time 2 Set orientation light 2 duration time (seconds, minutes, hours).
Standby value 2 Set light intensity in % (0…100%)

Standby light
If the light channel is set to preset dimming, a new menu will appear to enable the standby functionality.
There are 2 parameters for both the duration time and the light intensity (%) of the standby operation.
After the regular duration time has elapsed the standby light will turn on. With object 24 the user will then be able to select one of two presentable parameter pairs. If the object value is 0 or there was no command received yet, value pair 1 is enabled. A 1 command value will trigger pair 2.
After standby has elapsed, an OFF command will be sent on the light channel.
The motion detector will return to regular mode and standby mode will be reset.
Lock commands and forced control commands will always reset standby mode immediately.
3.3. HV AC

All parameters are identical to those of the light channel with the exception of:
Number of monitoring time windows The number of monitoring time intervals can be set from 1 to 32.
Duration of the monitoring time window Adjustable from 1 s to 30,000 s (8.33h)
Note! The correct setting for the fastest response of the HVAC channel is: Number of monitoring time windows: 1
Duration of monitoring time window: 1 second
Presence function with HVAC channel I the above parameters should be used for the presence function (the presence signal is independent from the ambient lighting brightness!)

3.4. Brightness/threshold switch / Value calibration

2524X/2525XCH

The parameters for object 8 (Brightness threshold switch, 1 bit) and object 9 (Brightness value, 2 bytes) can be set in the Brightness / Threshold menu.
Transmission of the lux value in case of change of This parameter allows the lux value + change to be sent via object 9 (brightness value) ft the set threshold is exceeded. Values from 10 lux up to 1800 ha and “OFF” can be set. The set value of change refers to the set threshold.
Cyclical transmission of the light value Values from 5 seconds to 30 minutes and,, OFF” can be set.
Lux value of the threshold for switching Can be set from 10 lux to 2000 lux
Hysteresis Can be set from 5 lux to 200 lux
Object value for ON Selection: “ON’ or “OFF’
Object value for OFF Selection: “OFF” or “ON”
Transmission filter Selections: “ON and OFF”; “neither ON nor OFF”; “ON only”; “OFF only”

3.5. Brightness value calibration

Calibration ‘NO”: Factory calibration is enabled (default value)
Reset to factory calibration: This is possible at any time with the setting 110″ and thereafter the reprogramming of the detector. ‘YES’: This option opens the following two additional windows:
Al) calibration value Head AU calibration value (at <— object 1 U) in the EIS and enter it in the window.
Attention: use type 7.001 unsigned 2 byte counter in the read/send value menu! The AD value read-out then appears in the Value received menu (e.g. 739 pulses).
Lux value Measure reference brightness with lux meter and enter a corresponding value.
See also a description of “AD calibration value” on §4.4 for further details.

3.6. PIR evaluation

Active sensors The 3 RR sensors can be enabled individually or in groups. The numbers 1, 2, and 3 correspond to positions 1, 2, and 3 as shown in the illustration below.
Sensitivity setting The sensitivity can be adjusted from 1 to 10. (1 = min, 10 = mmg The default value is 5.

Numbering of the PIR sensors

The PIR sensors 1, 2 and 3 can be enabled individually or in groups of two.
The 3 positions of the pyro detectors are visible in the above illustration.
3.7. Constant light control

3.7.1. Constant light scenes

3.8. Constant light parameters

Constant light controller This parameter enables or disables the constant light controller.
Channel 2 for constant light control Channel 2 can be enabled for constant light control
Active/inactive Via the output object 23 a configurable value with a fixed offset can be transmitted
Preset setpoint The preset setpoint in lux for constant light control can be preset in the ETS. It can also be changed via objects 17 and 18 (constant light – dimming relative and constant light – dim completely).
Transmit difference This parameter (from 1% to 100%) defines the tolerance window to be exceeded in order to send a new brightness control value.
Switching constant light control with Switching constant light control ON/OFF can be done using three different sources:
By object 16, presence detection on the light channel or presence detection on the HVAC channel.
The time interval for cyclical transmission Defines the cycle time interval with which the last brightness value is repeated, even if it has not exceeded the tolerance window. Cyclical transmission can also be disabled.
Switch on the brightness value The switch-on value for the lighting can be set from 1% to 100 %.
Switch on timeout This parameter defines the initial time delay before constant light control is started.
Offset for channel 2 * The offset range for channel 2 can be set from -50%, 0% to +50%.
Force control during switch-on This parameter allows the constant light controller function to be set to no reaction, minimum brightness, maximum brightness
Force control during switch-off This parameter allows the constant light controller function to be set to no reaction, minimum brightness, maximum brightness
Time for relative dimming This parameter allows the relative dimming time to be set. This will influence the dimming soft control.
Take over set point after This parameter allows setting the time delay after which a new setpoint will be recognized and stored in the RAM memory.
Changed setpoint to flash memory This parameter allows a new set point to be written to the flash memory.
Keep the changed set point Here at Yes the changed value is stored in the RAM.
Attention: now corresponds to the new nominal value of the last new dimmed brightness!
Scene Various lux values can be set as light scenes (light moods). These can be enabled through object 21 as well.
Dead zone The dead zone is an area within which the actual light value can change without generating new control commands. The default value for the dead zone is 2. The lux value tolerance of the dead zone can be extracted from the table below.
Example:
Dead zone value = 2
Brightness = 500 lux
The resulting tolerance is: +/- 24 ha
This means that the actual value can change from 476 lux to 524 lux without sending new control inputs to the actuator.

* In addition to the previous constant light control channel 1 (Object 22 ) there is a second constant light control channel 2 (Object 23 ). The control signal of channel 1 ± offset value is sent to the dimming actuator for light channel 2. Internally, the control range has been extended to ± 150% in order to maintain a reasonable control range at the limits.
That means: Offset at -50%, darkness: FF (=100%) is sent to both objects. Internally, object 1 is at 150% and object 2 at 100%. If the ambient brightness now increases, object 1 remains at 100% (150% – x), and object 2 is regulated downwards (150% – 50% – x). If the regulation now drops below 100%, object 1 will also be visibly smaller on the bus, e.g. 73%, object 2 23%. Object 1 is then regulated down to 0 and object 2 is set to the minimum value of 50%. The values for transmission difference and cyclical transmission are taken from the once-off available parameters.
3.9. Dead zone/Brightness correlation


Brightness in lux, +/- lux tolerance (dead band)
Dead zone r I
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Brightness 100 2 5 7 10 12 15 17 20 23 26
200 5 9 14 19 24 30 35 40 46 52
300 7 14 21 29 37 44 52 61 69 78
400 9 19 29 39 49 59 70 81 92 104
500 12 24 36 48 61 74 87 101 115 129
600 14 28 43 58 /3 89 105 121 138 155
700 16 33 50 68 85 104 122 142 161 181
800 19 38 57 77 98 119 140 162 184 207
900 21 42 64 87 110 133 157 182 207 233
1000 23 47 72 96 122 148 175 202 230 259
1100 26 52 79 106 134 163 192 222 253 285
1200 28 57 86 116 146 178 210 243 276 311
1300 30 61 93 125 159 193 227 263 299 337
1400 33 66 100 135 171 207 245 283 322 362
1500 35 71 107 145 183 222 262 303 345 388
1600 37 75 114 154 195 237 280 324 368 414
1700 40 80 122 164 207 252 297 344 391 440
1800 42 85 129 174 220 267 315 364 414 466
1900 44 90 136 183 232 281 332 384 438 492
2000 47 94 143 193 244 296 350 405 461 518

FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS

The functionality of the presence detector can be split up into the following blocks:

  • Motion detection
  • Brightness measuring
  • Light control channel Switching
  • Light control channel preset dimming with optional standby light function
  • The HVAC control channel (with presence function)
  • Lighting dependent threshold switch
  • 2 channel constant light control

The motion detector and the brightness sensor (lux) each work independently on the light channel and the HVAC channel.
The constant light controller receives the actual brightness value from the Lux sensor. The controller can be switched on/off by a command via object 16 or triggered by motion detection on the light or HVAC channel. After switching or recovery of the KNX bus voltage, the presence detector usually generates a switch-on procedure.
4.1. Light control channel
The light control channel has two operating modes that can be selected via the detector operating mode parameters.
The possible settings are:

  • fully-automatic
  • semi-automatic

The differences between the fully-automatic and semi-automatic modes are:

  • the fully-automatic mode has three operating conditions: ready, active, and passive
  • the semi-automatic mode has two operating conditions: ready and active
  • the semi-automatic mode does not switch the light on after motion has been detected.

Lighting can only be switched on manually by an external KNX switch.
4.1.1. OBJECT 0 OUTPUT – LIGHT – SWITCH
Output 1 bit
After each detected motion this output sends an “ON” command and starts the delay timer
The delay time can be set with a parameter delay time from 1 second to 4 hours.
At the end of the programmed time interval, an “OFF” command is sent to the output (object 0).
4.1.2. OBJECT 0 OUTPUT – LIGHT – COMPLETE DIMMING
Output 1 byte
This mode sends preselected dim values (0% to 100%) to the output for objective value for ON and for objective value for OFF respectively.
4.1.3. OBJECT 0 OUTPUT – LIGHT – SCENE
Output 1 byte
For the Objective value for ON or Objective value for OFF, one of 32 scenes can be selected respectively.
4.1.4. OBJECT 1 EXTERNAL SWITCHING / STATUS – LIGHT – SWITCH
Input 1 Bit
Input object 1 external switch/status can be used in two different ways:

  • As input for an external push button that directly switches on the light
  • As input for monitoring the status or the input of an actuator

In both cases, a received telegram „ON“ sets the detector to the ON state and an „OFF“ telegram to the ready state.
Whether commands for ON or OFF will be sent during the transitions depends on the parameter sending conditions for the external push button.
After having received an ON command, the follow-up timer starts as if a motion had been detected.
Lighting is subsequently switched off again.
After having received an OFF command the detector remains in its passive status during which it will not detect any motion. After having passed the idle time after switching off, the detector is ready again.
The idle time after switch-off can be programmed in the light menu.
4.1.5. OBJECT 2 EXTERNAL MOVEMENT – LIGHT – SWITCH
Input 1 Bit
Additional (secondary) detectors can be connected through Object 2 “external movement – light – switching”.
The received signal from external presence detectors is processed the same as if from its own detector and works in parallel.
Object 2 is used to set up a Master-Secondary detector configuration as follows:
Secondary devices: Connect all outputs of the secondary devices (object 0 ) to the input external movement-light-switching (object 2 ) of the master device.
4.1.6. OBJECT 3 INPUT – LIGHT – FORCED CONTROL / LOCK
Input 2 Bit
The meaning of this object is defined by the Light forced control object or disabling object parameter.
Forced control object:
Object 3 when used as a forced control object has 3 values that can be received by a 2-bit command:
1. Forced control object ON (control = 1, value = 1)
An ON command is sent unconditionally to the output – light (object 0).
The follow-up timer is disabled and the timer release time starts.
If after having terminated the release time and no further command is sent to the forced control object, normal operation is resumed.
2. Forced control object OFF

(control = 1, value = 0)
An OFF command is sent unconditionally to the output – light (object 0).
The delay timer is disabled and the timer release time starts.
If after having terminated the release time and no further command is sent to the forced control object, normal operation is resumed.
3. Forced control object auto (control = 0, value = 0)
Normal operation is resumed immediately.
Locked object:
Object 3 when used as a locked object has 2 values which can be received by a 1-bit command 0 and 1:
The response to a switch command on this object is controlled by two more parameters:
Light if locked object = 0, and Light if locked object = 1,
Both parameters can specify one of the following commands:
  • forced control ON
  • forced control OFF
  • automatic
  • lock (actual state)
  • do nothing

Note: Incorrect settings of parameters such as: locked object, lock at 0 and no action at 1 and release time restraint OFF can completely inactivate the correct function of the presence detector.
4.2. HVAC channel
Output 1 bit
The HVAC channel has the same objects and the same operating modes as the light channel. It works the same way as the light channel as well.
The motion detection function, however, has been expanded and substituted by a “longer presence detection”. This is done by setting several equally long monitoring time windows. At least one motion
detection must occur during each time slot.
The parameters are:

  • number of monitoring time windows
  • length of the monitoring time window (s)

Presence function
The HVAC output can be used as presence detection. To activate this, the number of observation time windows must be set to 1 and the length of the observation time window set to 1 second. The presence the signal is independent of the ambient light level.
4.2.1. OBJECT 4 OUTPUT – HVAC – SWITCH


 Output 1 bit
Object 4 “Output – HVAC – Switch” is similar to object 0 “Output – light – switch” but has additional functions (see HVAC parameters, page 10).
4.2.2. OBJECT 5 EXTERNAL SWITCHING / STATUS – HVAC
Input 1 Bit
Object 5 “External switching / status – HVAC” is identical to object 1 “External switching / status – light”.
4.2.3. OBJECT 6 EXTERNAL MOVEMENT – HVAC
Input 1 Bit
Object 6 “External movement – HVAC – switch” is identical to object 2 “External movement – light – switch”.
4.2.4. OBJECT 7 INPUT – HVAC – FORCED CONTROL
Input 2 Bit
Object 7 “Input – HVAC – forced control” is identical to object 3 “Input – light – forced control”.
4.2.5. OBJECT 7 INPUT – HVAC – DISABLE
Input 1 Bit
Object 7 “Input – HVAC – disable” is identical to object 3 “Input – light – disable”.
4.3. BRIGHTNESS THRESHOLD SWITCH

This block has two output objects: Threshold switch and brightness value
4.3.1. OBJECT 8 THRESHOLD SWITCH BRIGHTNESS – SWITCHING
Output 1 bit
Output object 8 sends an “ON” if the measured brightness is greater than the Value for switching the threshold value switch parameter. If the measured brightness drops below the Switch-on threshold value – (minus) the
Hysteresis parameter, an “OFF” is transmitted.
4.3.2. OBJECT 9 BRIGHTNESS VALUE
Output 2 bytes
Output object 9 sends the current measured brightness value in lux. The transmission is triggered by changes that are greater than the parameter Transmission of the light value in case of a change of or cyclically with the
time stipulated for Cyclical transmission of the light value.
If the cycle time is set to “OFF” there will be no cyclical transmission.
4.4. AD calibration value
Output 2 bytes
Object 10 is not transmitted autonomously. It can only be read. Its unsigned 16-bit value represents the momentary value of the AD converter for the brightness measurement.
The brightness measurement can be calibrated as follows:

  • Measure the incident light – on a desktop for example – with an external lux meter. This represents the reference lux value.
  • Read out the AD calibration value (communication object 10) in the ETS.
    Note: In the menu Read/send value, use type 7.001 unsigned 2 byte counter! The AD value read then appears in the Value received menu as 739 pulses, for example.
  • With full access, enter the two values Lux value and AD calibration value as parameters.

4.5. OBJECTS FOR CONSTANT LIGHT CONTROL
4.5.1. OBJECT 16 CONSTANT LIGHT – SWITCH ON/OFF
Input 1 bit
This input allows the constant light controller to be switched ON and OFF (Object).
Alternatively, the constant light controller can be activated by motion detection on the light or the HVAC channel.
4.5.2. OBJECT 17 CONSTANT LIGHT – RELATIVE DIMMING
Input 4 bit
Using this object, the current value is changed with relative dimming steps of 1%. Using a KNX push-button, the light can be dimmed and set to a new brightness level.
The new light value can then be displayed in Lux on a KNX touch panel through object 9: brightness value.
Important: In the menu, constant light takes over the setpoint after you can define the period during which the controller will remain switched off. After this interval, the new value is written to the RAM (not to the flash memory)!
Note: This new target value remains stored in RAM as long as there are people present in the scanned area. After switching the light channel off and back on again, the setpoint stored in ETS is adopted once again. If the newly changed set point are definitely taken over, set the parameter Keep changed set point to YES (see also section 3.8 Constant light parameter page 18)
4.5.3. OBJECT 18 CONSTANT LIGHT – PRESET DIMMING
Input 1 Byte
With this object the user can define a new dim set point in % over the bus.
4.5.4. OBJECT 20 CONSTANT LIGHT – FORCE CONTROL
Input 1 bit
In accordance to the parameters force output at ON and force output at OFF, various options can be selected: no reaction, minimum brightness, maximum brightness
4.5.5. OBJECT 21 CONSTANT LIGHT – SCENE
Input 1 byte
Scene selection input. 8 adjustable scenes can be selected via ETS.
This object has no switch function but only changes the brightness setpoint values.
4.5.6. OBJECT 22 CONSTANT LIGHT – OUTPUT CHANNEL 1
Output 1 byte
This is the constant light control signal (% brightness) for the dimming actuator of lighting 1
4.5.7. OBJECT 23 CONSTANT LIGHT – OUTPUT CHANNEL 2
OUTPUT 1 byte
This is the constant light control signal for the dimming actuator of lighting 2.
The lux value is equal to channel 1 +/- offset.

PROGRAMMVERSION 2.7

With the program version 2.7, the functional possibilities of the presence detector – series Swiss Guard 360P KNX / KLR RA / EA expanded and existing features of program version 2.4, have been supplemented respectively adapted.
The standard values (default values) of the parameters compared to the settings in version 2.4 are partially modified.
These settings allow a simple and safe functionally check (initial start-up ) of the presence detector.
Older devices of software version 2.4 can also be programmed with the program version 2.7 ( backward compatibility ) .
However, supplemented functions and the additional communication objects are not all supported.
5.1. Overview of the changes:

  • Forced control Secondary detector-Mode……………………………………see 5.2.0
  • Parameter changes via communication objects……………………..see 5.2.1
  • Dimming function with constant light control (clc)……………………………………………see 5.2.2
  • Power on characteristics……………………….see 5.3.1
  • Automatic lighting OFF threshold……………………………..see 5.3.2
  • Delay time in semi-automatic mode……………………………………see 5.3.3
  • Standby-function………………………..see 5.3.4
  • Light sensor adaption………………………….see 5.3.5

5.2. Communication objects
input objects
output objects

Object Function link application with Bit/Byte
0 Output – light (preset dimming) light group actuator 1 byte
0 Output – light (switching) light group actuator. 1 bit
0 Output – light (scene) light group actuator 1 bit
1 Input external switch / status – light (switching) Kaka switch, touch display, logic 1 bit
2 Input external motion – light (switching) Output – light for secondary unit (object 0) 1 bit
3 Input – light (faced control) •External logic module 2 bit
3 Input – light (lock) KNX switch, touch display, logic module 1 bit
4 Output -HVAC (switching) •Actuators for HVAC devices such as heating, ventilation, and air conditioning
•Control of alarm logic modules
•Presence function
1 bit
5 External switch / status – HVAC (switching) KNX switch, touch display, logic 1 bit
6 External motion – HVAC (switching) Output HVAC for the secondary unit (output object 4). 2 byte
7 Input – HVAC (forced control) External logic module 2 bit
7 Input – HVAC (lock) Da switch, touch display, logic 1 bit
8 Threshold switch brightness (switching) Logic, actuator 1 bit
9 Brightness (lux value) Logic, touch display 2 byte
10 Al) calibration value Readout and then set manually for the calibration procedure 2 byte
16 Constant light control, switch on/off KW switch, logic 1 bit
17 Constant light control, dimming relative 4 bit dimming object from KNX switch for OWOFF, dimming up and down, touch display 4 bit
18 Constant light control, preset dimming Logic module 1 byte
20 Constant light control, forced control KIV button, logic 1 bit
21 Constant light control, scene selection Logic module 1 byte
22 Constant light control, channel 1 – output Dimming actuator for light group 1 1 byte
23 Constant light control, channel 2 – output Dimming actuator tor light group 2 1 byte
24 Light – standby Switching of standby value sets 1 bit

5.2.1. COMMUNICATION OBJECTS with Secondary Detector- Mode

Object Function link application with Bit/Byte
0 Output (switching) Master presence -detector
3 Input (forced control) KM switch, touch display, logic module

Object forced control:
Object 3 as a forced control object knows 2 values (1-bit command ) that can be received :
If object forced control = 1: output ( Obj.0 ) remains locked when motion is detected, no telegrams are sent
If object forced control = 0: output ( Obj.0 ) AUTO ( normal operation )
5.2.2. OBJECTS FOR DYNAMIC PARAMETER CHANGES
Input 2 byte
Output 2 byte
Via object 11 (delay time) and via object 12 (brightness below which sensor is active) may be changed or read the related parameter- values directly without to re-programming the presence- detector.
This mode allows external devices (BMS, touch screen, logic ) to influence the functioning of the presence- detector directly.
For example, dependent on user needs, the light-ON switching characteristic/delay time can be dynamically adapted during certain day times to optimize the application.
Changed values via object remain stored temporarily. After bus voltage interruption/return, after a reset or after a re-programming, the originally parameterized values are active again.
5.2.3. Object 14 CONSTANT LIGHT CONTROL – FORCED DIMMING


Input 4 bit
If the constant light control of the Presence detector is activated by a presence detection or by an external “ON”- command (obj1) , dimming values (brighter or darker ) transmitted to object 14 interrupt the function
Constant-light-control immediately and remains inactive during motion detection and or the delay- time.
At that moment, the constant-light-control output-value ( Obj 22) can with relative dimming ( brighter / darker ) by a KNX push button – to be changed.
After the delay- time or after an external “ OFF “ switching command, the constant-light- control is active again and operates (when motion-detection) with the stored parameter- values.

Parameters

5.3.1. Operating mode during power- on
After power-on/ bus voltage return or bus voltage interruption, the presence-detector is for the first 60sec inactive. During this stabilization period of the electronic device, the detector doesn´t send any telegrams too.
Dependent on the application, in the operating mode “Automatic” ,the light output (obj1/obj22) can be activated during the start-up phase.
In this mode, two options with ”75s light on after restart” or “no reaction after restart” can be selected.

5.3.2. Automatic adaptation of the “light-off“ threshold
With the setting „Automatic“ in the parameter Brightness above which lighting is turned off, the detector calculates automatically the light-off threshold with the following rule:
If the effective brightness with switched light-channel (after 1min.) is greater than the parameterized value „Brightness below which sensor is active“, the light-off threshold is 10% increased above this value plus 200LUX.
If the effective brightness with switched light-channel (after 1min.) is below the parameterized value „Brightness below which sensor is active“, the light-off threshold is 10% increased above the actual brightness-value (obj9) plus 200LUX.

The light-off threshold is recalculated after each expired delay-time and a renewed motion detection or an “ON” switching command.
If the parameter Brightness switch–off level is selected with a fixed value, this value needs to be higher or the same as the parameter Brightness below sensor is active.
5.3.3. Delay-time, mode semi- automatic
If the brightness is increasing during the delay-time and passes over the threshold “Brightness switch off level”, the light-channel (obj0/obj22) is switching off but the delay-time is continuing either. If the brightness reduces below the value “Brightness below sensor is active”, the light channel is switching ”ON” again, till the delay-time is expired.
5.3.4. Standby-functionality
When the light-channel is used as “dim completely”, a standby-light can be activated optionally.
Two pairs of values are available and can select with obj24.
The delay-time for the Standby-functionality can also parameterize as “Unlimited “ too. Emergency light with permanent minimum brightness.
If the brightness during standby increases over “Brightness switches off level”, the light-channel (obj0) is switching off.
If the brightness reduces below the value “Brightness below sensor is active”, the light channel is switching ”ON” with the standby settings again till the delay-time (standby) is expired.

5.3.5. Adjustment brightness sensor

Brightness value calibration
Factory calibration This setting is possible at any time with the reprogramming of the presence-detector.
Custom calibration This option opens two additional windows. AD calibration value and Lux value
AD calibration value Read out the AD calibration value (communication object 10) in the ETS and submit it in the window AD calibration value.
Note: In the menu Read/send value, use type 7.001 unsigned 2 byte counter!
The AD value read then appears in the Value received menu as 739 pulses, for example.
Lux value Measure with Luxmeter the reference brightness and submit it in the Lux window.
Keep internal value This setting is selected after a recalibration was made.

Documents / Resources

niko Swiss Garde 300 Presence Detector KNX/KLR [pdf] Instructions
Swiss Garde 300 Presence Detector KNX KLR, Swiss Garde 300 Presence Detector, 2524X, 2525XCH, SG300P KNX KLR, SG300P KNX, KLR IP55 UP, SG300P KNX, KLR IP55 AP, 25240, 25251CH, 25252CH, 25241, 25245, 25242, 25248
niko Swiss Garde 300 Presence Detector KNX/KLR [pdf] Instruction Manual
Swiss Garde 300, Presence Detector KNX KLR, Swiss Garde 300 Presence Detector KNX KLR, Presence Detector, Detector
niko Swiss Garde 300 Presence Detector [pdf] Instruction Manual
08-202, 25393, 25394, 25395CH, 25395D, Swiss Garde 300 Presence Detector, Swiss Garde 300, Presence Detector, Detector

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