Process:

Process

infoRepresents a user-given Name of a respective process. By default it is set to process_[PROCESS_ID] and can be changed to any string up to 13 characters long. learn more...

infoMain state represents a master switch directly affecting behavior of the selected process. Change the process' main state to:
Off - output turned off ([stat]=0)
Auto - output determined by inputs ([stat]=1)
On - output turned on ([stat]=2) or
Inactive - output unresponsive to inputs ([stat]=3) learn more...

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Main state:

info Determines the Initial state that the process starts in after booting. learn more... Initial state:

infoDetermines if the process is included in the Display loop. learn more... Display:

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info Determines time intervals during which the process' output is being evaluated. When outside of all of the listed intervals, the input readings are being received and published, but the output is unresponsive. learn more...

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info Determines days during which only the process' output is being evaluated. On the unselected days the input readings are being received and published, but the output is unresponsive. learn more...

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infoAllows employing conditions based on the current state or value of any of the available variables. Then the process is only active if all the conditions including the Process timer are met. learn more... Variable constraints:

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info Decides the reaction of the process's output to evaluation of the compound conditions Process timer and Variable constraints. By allowing:

On - the process will automatically turn on its output one time once the compound conditions evaluate to true after being previously evaluated as false.
Off - the process will automatically turn off its output one time once the compound conditions evaluate to false after being previously evaluated as true. learn more...

    

Input [ - ]

info Chooses the primary Input for the selected process out of the list. You may only choose the enabled inputs according to the selected options in the In-out menu. learn more...

info In specific cases there are multiple values related to a single GPIO pin, while the Channel option is used to address them individually. learn more...

info When checking the input value, the Control period determines the time period for which the input must retain certain state or remain beyond a certain threshold before the state or threshold is recognized as reached and the underlying condition satisfied. learn more...

info Shows the current reading. Although the device may perform measurements much more often, the figure displayed in the web control is only updated once every 2 seconds. learn more... Value:

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info When allowed and connection with MQTT broker is established, the live input reading will be published as an MQTT message in a regular interval. Independently from this setting it is also accessible via on-demand HTTP request. learn more...

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info Determines frequency of input value publishing to an MQTT broker. learn more...

info When Use name is allowed, the topic of the input MQTT messages is altered by replacing the process_[id] with respective process' [name]. learn more...

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info Defines the event which leads to a subsequent switch of the output's state to ON. This event may be represented by a change of state of the underlying digital input, an internal timer or satisfaction of a predefined condition. Items labeled with * count as both ON and OFF events. learn more...

info Defines the Operator and the Test value of the Condition satisfaction of which is required for the output to be switched ON. learn more... Defines the lower bound of the Analog link's input range.learn more... Defines the Deadbands's lower bound.learn more... Defines the Deadbands's center.learn more...

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info The output is automatically turned ON after it remains in the OFF state for a predefined Idle time. learn more...

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info Once the On event is recognized and a Delay on period is set to be greater than 0, the output will wait for this period before it is turned ON as a reaction to the event. learn more...

info Setting the Fade-in to be greater than zero results into a gradual transition of the PWM output's pulse duty cycle from 0% to a Duty cycle over the Fade-out period. learn more...

info Defines the event which leads to a subsequent switch of the output's state to OFF. This event may be represented by a change of state of the underlying digital input, an internal timer or satisfaction of a predefined condition. learn more...

info Defines the Operator and the Test value of the Condition satisfaction of which is required for the output to be switched OFF. learn more... Defines the upper bound of the Analog link's input range.learn more... Defines the Deadbands's upper bound.learn more... Defines the Deadbands's spread.learn more...

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info The output is automatically turned OFF after it remains in the ON state for a predefined Running time. learn more...

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info Once the Off event is recognized and a Delay off period is set to be greater than 0, the output will wait for this period before it is turned OFF as a reaction to the event. learn more...

info Setting the Fade-out to be greater than zero results into a gradual transition of the PWM output's pulse duty cycle from a Duty cycle to 0% over the Fade-out period. learn more...

info Defines on which side of the deadband the output will turn ON or OFF, respectively. learn more...

    

Output [ - ]

infoPeripheral selected as a primary process output target learn more...

info Defines the Action performed with the Memory slot selected in the Output once the output is triggered.

Increase / INC - increase the selected MEM by 1 or by Mem value if provided.
Decrease / DEC - decrease the selected MEM by 1 or by Mem value if provided.
Clear / CLR - reset the selected MEM to 0.
Set / SET - set the selected MEM to Mem value. learn more...

info Main program Mode of the RGB driver to be played. learn more...

info Determines the base Color for the RGB program. Only effective for relevant Modes. learn more...

info Enabling this will change the output to PWM mode. learn more...

info Logically Inverts the output as follows:

non-PWM output
the output now assumes a LOW state (0V) when ON and a HIGH state (3.3V) when OFF.

PWM output
the output now assumes a provided duty cycle when ON and a constant HIGH state (3.3V) when OFF. learn more...

info Defines the lower bound of the Analog link's output range. learn more... A number added to, deducted from or saved into the Memory slot selected in the Output. learn more... The Speed of the RGB driver program is denoted as a non-dimensional unit. It holds relevance for most programs, but its exact interpretation differs among these programs. learn more... Selects the Folder from which the track will be selected for playback. learn more...

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info Defines the upper bound of the Analog link's output range. learn more... Determines the PWM Duty cycle of an output. learn more... Determines the maximum Brightness of the RGB program, represented as a percentage of the LED's maximum power output. learn more... Selects the Track to be played by the Audio module. learn more...

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info When allowed and connection with MQTT broker is established, the output's state will be published as an MQTT message upon each change. Independently from this setting it is also accessible via on-demand HTTP request. learn more...

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info When Use name is allowed, the topic of the output MQTT messages is altered by replacing the process_[id] with respective process' [name]. learn more...

info Sets the process' output's state to ON or OFF, respectively, behaving as if the state change was part of standard operation. learn more...

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info Defines Secondary outputs and how they Respond to the primary event. The Secondary outputs represents the primary output of another process and is addressed by the respective process ID. All other output parameters apply. learn more... Secondary outputs:

Process output: Response:

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