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The universal controller UVR1611K has through the functional modules the opportunity to be matched virtually freely programmable to any system configuration for the stokehold management. Since each function module is used several times, also complex control systems e.g. Solar systems with multiple collector arrays and storing or several weather-compensated heating circuits can be realized.
It has the following properties:
The connection to IP Symcon takes place via LAN or USB using the 'BOOTLOADER'. The reading via the CAN-Bus is not possible.
The UVR1611 can be connected to IP-Symcon via the BL-NET. It is possible to use the USB port or the Ethernet interface. In each case, the DL (data line) are used. The reading via the CAN bus is not possible. The reading via the CAN-Bus is not possible.
Once you have created an instance in IP-Symcon, you must specify the IP address of your BL-NET. If you want to use the USB version, you must create a new parent instance and select the serial port.
In order to display one or more variables in the WebFront, each must be assigned to a profile (e.g. temperature) to make the right value recognizable in the visualization. The scheme and the inputs of the UVR1611 are defined by the user and it can not be done automatically by the system. More information about variable profiles can be found here: Invalid Link: Variables profiles
If you want to connect __two (2) __ UVR1611, then two instances must be created. Once with the ID = 1 and ID = 2. The timer can be activated only in one of the two instances, since a request provides both data packets and thus updates both instances.
Since the BL-NET is not very strong, a few applications as possible should access the device. Otherwise it may lead to failures in which the BL-NET is not available.
The following entries in the log are normal and no error:
Client Socket | Socket: Verbinde…. #1
Client Socket | Socket: Verbunden
Client Socket | Socket: Getrennt