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  • #16
    Just wanted to report back on how this was solved. In the end, I did not use the switch modules. Not the normal and not the EIB. Just a direct link between the comparative modules and the actuator. In order to turn on the outside light using the KNX group address, I used the comparison module "larger than". Equal just turned on the light for the one minute, the 2 values were equal ie: on and off. Using the "larger than" kept the lights on until the daylight KNX sensor turned it off again.

    As the "equal" only turns the actuator on for one minute, then off again, it seems to work ok to disable the KNX movement sensors . When reaching the "equal" minute it enables the movement sensors as they are already enabled. After a minute, the "equal" turns off and thus also disables the 2 movement sensors.

    I found it strange that neither of the 2 switches were able to turn off the eib actuators. I tried all possible combinations, but it never worked. Not the trigger, not the O and not the R. Perhaps my Loxone knowledge is still too weak.


    • #17
      Zitat von hme0354 Beitrag anzeigen
      you can use the minutes until sunrise minus 60. you can compare that with zero. if this happens it is 1 hour before sunrise
      Can I ask where you find the "Minutes until sunrise"? I don't see it in my config under "Times"


      • #18
        This is a screenshot from the german GUI (v11.1.9.14)


        • #19
          Thanks for that. I have looked at my config again and now found it. On the english version of config ( it's called "Time of Sunrise". When you look at the information more closely it is not the actual time of sunrise but the number of minutes from midnight, so then easily usable to calculate "minutes to sunrise" with a bit of logic.

          Thanks again.