To simple switching in the LCN bus especially cost-efficient to implement and control tasks, the BREMIAN KG brought LCN-GT2 is a new sensor pad on the market. “Rethen, January 25, 2012: A long hallway or a staircase without presence detector, the switch for the Central off” next to the front door or from the bed light or turn off. Both commercial and private buildings there are countless tasks, which would require only one or two keypads. So far, these requirements could be implemented in the smallest variant only with the LCN GT6. Although thanks to the built-in key-mapping function, the sensor surface of the LCN GT6 can be summarized to one, two or three larger areas. Technical reasons, each LCN GT6 requires its own LCN module either a LCN UPP or an LCN-UPS (or LCN-SH, etc.). For more information see Theory of Planned Behavior. For a simple staircase light switch, a corresponding hardware usage was required in the past. It’s now even cheaper! To just simple switching, control and In the LCN bus quickly, easily and cost-efficiently to carry out control tasks, the BREMIAN KG has now brought LCN-GT2 is a new sensor pad on the market.
By means of dip switches on the back of the control panel can be represented either with one or two buttons. The operation distinguishes between short tapping, prolonged touching and releasing, so short, long the LCN typical commands and LOS can be triggered. The highlight: The LCN GT2 is the I-port of any LCN module, which can easily be reproduced using LCN-IV. So, etc. several LCN GT2 can be queried via a single LCN UPP, LCN-UPS or SH. A second key can be selected via another little switch on the back, so that parallel LCN GT2 can trigger different functions.