Instructions on how to commission I-tec devices.
Learn more about the supported I-tec I-tec devices with Loxone, currently the following I-tec devices can be used on Internorm Extension:
- I-tec Ventilation
- I-tec Shading
- I-tec Hand transmitter
- I-tec Window Contact (from Loxone Config version 8.3)
As soon as a device is integrated into the Internorm Extension, all previous assignments of the device are deleted.
In order to be able to control your I-tec ventilation with the Miniserver, the device must be learnt into the Internorm Extension.
Details on how to learn in the I-tec ventilation can be found here.
If the fan has already been taught in, it must first be unlocked.
To unlock the fan, proceed as follows:
Press the + button and the Auto button for 10 seconds -> All the LEDs flash ->
Button – Press within 15 seconds -> Fan is unlocked.
Instruction manual for i-tec Ventilation
The device will now be listed in the Periphery Tree of Loxone Config.
The following objects are available in the programming:
- Temperature extract air = temperature of the air sucked into the room
- Temperature Fresh air = temperature of the outside air sucked in
- Temperature air = temperature of the extracted air after the heat exchanger
- Humidity = humidity of the air sucked into the room
- Speed of fan = 0-100%
- 0 = supply and extract air
- 1 = supply air
- 2 = extract air
Furthermore, diagnostic inputs can be activated in the properties of the device, this can also display:
- Error codes
- Filter change
If the fan does not react to control but the sensor values are showing, please check the error output. If the code shows ‘100’ then an update of the fan will be required by your Loxone Partner.
100I-Tec Ventilation needs Firmware update from Internorm
101Error: Outdoor – Temp Temp Sensor (Min / Max Limits)
102Error: Outdoor – fresh air temp sensor (min / max limits)
103Fault: Room extract temp sensor (min / max limits)
104Fault: Humidity sensor (measuring range)
105Fault: Air vent (speed deviation)
106Fault: Supply air fan (speed deviation)
107Fault: Supply voltage (Min / Max limits)
108Error: Eeprom (Checksum)
110Error: I2C communication with Eeprom
111Error: I2C communication with HMI port expander
112Error: I2C communication with HMI Temp Sensor
114Error: HMI Temp Sensor (Min / Max limits)
115Error: RS232 communication with WRM module
In order to be able to control your I-tec shading with the Miniserver, the device must be learnt into the Internorm Extension.
Details on how to learn in the I-tec shading can be found here.
In the Loxone Config, I-tec shading is controlled by the Integrated Blinds function block.
Simply drag the inserted Internorm i-tec shading onto the desired program page.
The curtain type (roller/blind) can be set in the properties of the i-tec device.
In addition, you can define the travel time for a complete journey.
To do this, stop a complete travel of the blind. The set travel time serves for a correct visualisation in the UI and has no influence on the control of the shading.
NB: The I-Tec shading can be learnt in even when it has a very low battery level. If a command to drive the blind in a direction is then sent after learning the blind in, it will only be actioned if the battery has a minimum battery level. As such if the battery level is less than 20% then the blind may not move whena command is sent.
In order to be able to control your I-tec remote with the Miniserver, the device must be learnt into the Internorm Extension.
Details on how to learn in the I-tec remote can be found here.
After you have learned the hand-held transmitter, the touch points in the Loxone Config can be used as digital inputs. An up and down input is available for each of the 4 channels.
The channel can be changed via the third button.
I-TEC WINDOW CONTACT
From Loxone Config version 8.3, you can also teach your I-tec window contact to the Miniserver.
Details on how to learn in the I-tec window contact can be found here.
After you have entered the window contact, the following inputs are available: