IP-CONTROL

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IP-CONTROL
TABLE OF CONTENT
INDEX
INDEX
1. Product presentation
5. Tips&Tools
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3.
4.
Overview
2. Start-up
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Start-up
Network configuration
Update-Tool
ETS 4 Application
Group address import and export
3. Editors
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2.
3.
Visualisationeditor
Jobeditor
Systemtool
4. Application
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Visualisation
Create a project
Create a switch function
Create a camera function
Multiroomcontrol with IP-Control
IP-Control Mobile devices
Create a Master page
Create a Embedded Flip page
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PRODUCT PRESENTATION
START-UP
EDITORS
APPLICATION
TIPS & TOOLS
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IP-CONTROL
OVERVIEW
 Product:
IP-CONTROL
 Ordernumber: 7571 00 04
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IP-CONTROL
OVERVIEW
FUNCTION OVERVIEW
 Visualisation (50 different Users, maximum of 15 Users at the same
time)
 NEW: KNX Net-IP Access (KNX ETS commissioning over IP)
 System connection over IP (Function similar a KNX-line coupler)
 Visualisation of network cameras
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OVERVIEW
FUNCTION OVERVIEW
 Automation-Jobs:
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Logic gates, switch on-off delay time,
staircase light function, multiplexer,
comparator, math functions
Weekly timer, Yearly timer
Date & time transmitter
E-Mail function
Scene function
Hysteresis and threshold switches
 The number of logic and automation jobs is not
absolutely limited.
Recomment not more than 200 jobs for optimal
working.
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OVERVIEW
FUNCTION OVERVIEW
 Automation-Jobs:
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Job to control multiroom audio devices
(Logitech Squeezebox)
Independent visualisation for mobile
devices
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OVERVIEW
IP-CONTROL NEW FIRMWARE VERSION 1.5 (R05)
 New type of visualisation for tablets (e.g. iPad or Android Tablets)
 Existing visualisation on IP-Control
 Java based visualisation in normal browser–
The “classic” IP-Control visualisation
 HTML based visualisation for mobile devices (IP-Control Mobile) since
Release 03
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OVERVIEW
IP-CONTROL SINCE VERSION 1.4 (LATEST VERSION 1.5)
 NEW: IP-CONTROL-TABLET
Special visualisation for mobile devices with high resolution display and
HTML / AJAX technoligy (e.g. iPad, Android Tablets)
 IP-Control Tablet provides the possibility to take over the “normal”
visualisation from IP-Control
Restriction:
 Free components are not supported by IP-Control Tablet , only elements
of the standard library are supported
 Selectable at startup page
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PRODUCT PRESENTATION
START-UP
EDITORS
APPLICATION
TIPS & TOOLS
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IP-CONTROL
START-UP
REQUIREMENTS OF IP-CONTROL
 Network connection (network cable or network components (e.g.
Switch))
 KNX bus voltage
 10 - 30 V DC external power supply
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START-UP
 non ETS application (Visualisiation and
programming on browser)
 Status LED‘s
 Power - LED
(Operating status)
 BMX - LED
(IP-Control kernel-mode)
 KNX - LED
(KNX bus)
 Without function
 LAN -
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(LAN activity)
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START-UP
REQUIREMENTS OF IP-CONTROL
 Current webbrowser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Netzcape etc.)
 JAVA Runtime Engine Version 1.6 or higher
(Download http://www.java.com
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START-UP
VERSION CHECK JAVA
 the JAVA-Icon could be found on system control of Windows
 Application info provides the version number (e.g. 1.6.23)
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START-UP
SETTINGS ON JAVA
 On tab „General“ – Temporarily Internet-Files click on „Settings“
 Remove the mark „keep temporary files on my computer“
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START-UP
CALL UP THE IP-CONTROL IN BROWSER
 Call up the „Start page“ of the IP-Control with device IP-address
Type in IP-adress of IP-Control (e.g.:
http://192.168.1.10)
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START-UP
ERROR MESSAGE ON CALL UP THE „START PAGE“
 Please check
 Correct IP-address (e.g: http://192.168.1.10)
 Connection to network
 IP-address of your computer is in
the correct ip-address range
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START-UP
VALIDATION OF IP-SETTINGS
 To check the ip-settings please use Discovery Tool
 Discovery Tool located on IP Control CD
 Discovery Tool is a Java tool and directly executable (no need of
installation)
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START-UP
VALIDATION OF IP-SETTINGS
 Discovery Tool
Available IP-Controls
green = available
yellow = other network segment
IP address of the IP-Control
Open browser with IP-Control start page
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START-UP
CALL UP IP-CONTROL IN BROWSER
 Call up the „Start page“ using the ip-address of the device
IP-adress of IP-Control
(http://192.168.1.10)
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START-UP
POSSIBLE SECURITY WARNINGS OF OPERATING SYSTEM
 Security warning of operation system on first call up
 Choose „Run“ or „Don`t block again“
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START-UP
STARTING THE VISUALISATION EDITOR
 Choose the button „Editor“ and you will get the user authentication box
Username:
Password:
admin*
berker*
* delivery default settings
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START-UP
VISUALISATION EDITOR
 Editor is started and visualisation can be arranged
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PRODUCTPRESENTATION
START-UP
EDITORS
APPLICATION
TIPS & TOOLS
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EDITORS
CHOOSING THE FUNCTION
 3 different choices are available
 Visualisierung = starting the existing visualisation
 Editor
= changing existing / creating new visualisations
 System
= changing the system settings
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VISUALISATION EDITOR
IP-CONTROL
EDITORS
VISUALISATION EDITOR
 The design and functions of the visualisation will be configured on
editor
 Configuration of the project by using the existing menu bar and
visualisation elements
 Setttings of background images, images and page sizes
 Setup user management
 Import of group adresses and images
 General settings such as for e.g. IP-Control clock and display of KNX
group addresses
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EDITORS
VISUALISATION EDITOR
 Range of functions compared to previous
version
 Backup-dialog on end of task
 Visu Live Mode possible on editor
 Image database included on editor (image
import via drag & drop or image-transfer)
 Import of group addresses included on editor
 Free allocation of working surface
(simular to ETS4)
 Supporting new visualisation variants (mobile
devices)
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EDITORS
VISUALISATION EDITOR
 Multi-part view for effective work
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EDITORS
VISUALISATION EDITOR
 General functions like e.g. Save – New page – New project
General functions
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EDITORS
VISUALISATION EDITOR
 Structure of projects such as e.g. project compilation – pages – master
pages
Project struktur
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EDITORS
VISUALISATION EDITOR
 Elements for functions such as e.g. Switching – dimming – value
display
elements
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EDITORS
VISUALISATION EDITOR
 Configuration of active page e.g. Size – background - colour
Parameters
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EDITORS
 The visualisation editor contains elements for following functions
 switch, push and release function
 binary status
 dim, blind control
 value transmitter, value display
 temperature indication and – adjustment
 text display
 time and date displays
 camera integration
 fault message
 diagram
 RSS feeds
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EDITORS
VISUALISATION EDITOR-IMAGEPOOL
 To use images in IP-Control , they have to be imported first
 To import images use menu „Extras – image transfer“
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EDITORS
VISUALISATION EDITOR – IMAGE POOL
 Upload images
Choose image file
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EDITORS
VISUALISATION EDITOR – IMAGE POOL
 Upload images
Select button to upload the image
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JOB EDITOR
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EDITORS
JOB EDITOR
 The Job editor provides you with services (jobs)
 Services are created and parameterized
 Jobs are tasks performed by the IP-Control
 Jobs are e.g.
 Logic gates
 Light scenes
 Date and time elements
 Week timer
 Media control
 etc.
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EDITORS
JOB EDITOR
 Start
Start Job editor
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EDITORS
JOB EDITOR
 Overview
Job-Editor starten
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SYSTEM TOOL
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EDITORS
SYSTEM TOOL
 Call up System tool
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EDITORS
SETTINGS SYSTEM TOOL
 Fill in IP-Control string or charcter string (e.g. Aag6F4)
 Character string is located on manual and on back of the device
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EDITORS
SETTINGS SYSTEM TOOL
 Several possibilities of settings
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User administration
Configuration
Start page
Backup / restore
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EDITORS
SETTINGS SYSTEM TOOL
 Configuration
 Setup network
■ IP address 192.168.1.10
■ Subnetmask.
255.255.255.0
■ Default gateway for
connection to internet
■ DNS Server normally the
same as default gateway
■ Time server configuration to
synchronize with internet time
server (Net Time Protocol)
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sample of settings
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EDITORS
SETTINGS SYSTEM TOOL
 Configuration
 Set up the name
„IP-Control building 1“
 Set up the physical address
■ Phy. address
1.1.50
sample of settings
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PRODUCTPRESENTATION
START-UP
EDITORS
APPLICATION
TIPS & TOOLS
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VISUALISATION
IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
START THE VISUALISATION
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APPLICATION
START THE VISUALISATION
 Visu Window
 Visualisation starts in seperate
browser window
 Visu Browser
 Visualisation starts in actual
browser window
 IP-Control Tablet
 New surface optimized for
tablet-PC‘s or smartphones
 IP-Control Mobile
 Universal surface for several
devices with different operating
systems
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APPLICATION
START THE VISUALISATION
 Visu Window
 Visualisation starts in seperate
browser window
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APPLICATION
START THE VISUALISATION
 Visu Browser
 Visualisation starts in actual
browser window
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APPLICATION
START THE VISUALISATION
 IP-Control Tablet
 New surface optimized for
tablet-PC‘s or smartphones
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APPLICATION
START THE VISUALISATION
 IP-Control Mobile
 Universell surface for several
devices with different operating
systems
 Predefined functions with default
symbols
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CREATE A PROJECT
IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
CREATE A PROJECT
 1st step : Creating a new project
Enter name of project
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CREATE A NEW PAGE
 2nd step : Create a new page
Enter name of page
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CREATE A SWITCH FUNCTION
IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
CREATE A SWITCH FUNCTION
 1st step : Creat a switch function
Symbol of switch
function
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APPLICATION
CREATE A SWITCH FUNCTION
 2nd step : Creat a switch function
Icon of switch function
Configuration part of
element:
Possibility of positioning
the object and connecting
the output to a group
address
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CREATE A SWITCH FUNCTION
 3rd step : Connect to group address
To select group
address double click
the line
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CREATE A SWITCH FUNCTION
 4th step : Connect to group address
Confirm
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APPLICATION
CREATE A SWITCH FUNCTION
 5th step : Connect to group address /check
Combined group address
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APPLICATION
CREATE A SWITCH FUNCTION
 6th step : Test the function in live mode
Start live modus
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APPLICATION
CREATE A SWITCH FUNCTION
 7th step : Test the function in live modus
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CREATE A SWITCH FUNCTION
 7th step : Test the function in live mode
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CREATE A CAMERA FUNCTION
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APPLICATION
CREATE A CAMERA FUNCTION
 1st step : Insert camera function
Insert Camera
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APPLICATION
CREATE A CAMERA FUNCTION
 2nd step : Configure URL of camera
2 options of using network cameras
1st variante MJPEG STREAM
2nd variante static image
In the URL field, enter the full network path to the
image memory of the camera, preceded by HTTP://
(e.g. HTTP://192.168.1.2/record/current.jpg)
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CREATE A CAMERA FUNCTION
 3rd step : Enter description of camera
Description of camera(name)
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APPLICATION
CREATE A CAMERA FUNCTION
 4th step: Configure password
If necessary, enter user
and password
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ANWENDUNGEN
CREATE A CAMERA FUNCTION
 5th step : Test the function in live mode
Start live modus
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APPLICATION
CREATE A CAMERA FUNCTION
 6th step : Test the function in live mode
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CREATE A CAMERA FUNCTION
 7th step : Test the function in live
mode
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CREATE A MASTER PAGE
IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
CREATE A MASTER PAGE
 By using Master pages recurrent pages can be added automatically
 Possible to define more Master pages
 E.g. design, function and textparts could be defined
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APPLICATION
CREATE A MASTER PAGE
 A new master page will be
inserted in the structure of the
project
 The new Master page can be
configured
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Name of page could be changed
 Design could be changed
■ Background colour / background
image
■ Functions
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APPLICATION
CREATE A MASTER PAGE
 Inside configuration of normal
page select the Master page
 All parameters of the Master
page will be integrated on this
page
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CREATE AN EMBEDDED FLIP PAGE
IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
CREATE A FLIP PAGE
 Flip pages are embeded Pages with scroll function ( flipping) on a page
(like frames on websites)
 More functions could be placed onto a sub area
 It`s possible to create multible flip pages
 e.g. Navigation, control functions and text areas could be defined
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CREATE A FLIP PAGE
 A new Flip page will be inserted
in the structure of the project
 The new Flip page can be
configured
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Name of page could be changed
Design could be changed
■ Background colour / background
image
■ Functions
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CREATE A FLIP PAGE
 Setup the size of Flip page
 Setup number of segments
 Setup the start segment
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INTEGREATE A FLIP PAGE
 Embedded on page
 Setup number of segments
 Setup the start segment
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MULTIROOM CONTROL WITH
IP-CONTROL
IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
 Classical music media like CD are increasingly substituted by MP3 files
 Internet music stores and possibilities to readout CDs are used to build
up central MP3 collections on servers
 Manufacturers of consumer electronics offer streaming-clients, which
reproduce the centrally stored music optionally in different rooms
 Normally the user handles the devices through special user interfaces,
which belong to the electronics
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
 Berker has developed a special solution for multiroom audio control
based on IP-Control and Logitech Squeeze Boxes
 This solution provides an easy way to realise a smart multiroom
environment
 IP-Control is the interface between the KNX devices and the multiroom
electronics
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APPLICATION
 IP-Control is the interface between the KNX devices and
the multiroom electronics
KNX
IP
Zone 1
Zone 2
IP
MP3
collection
Internet
Radio
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APPLICATION
 Squeezeboxes are streaming clients for MP3 files located on the
SqueezeServer or for internet radio stations.
 SqeezeServer manages the MP3 files and internet radio stations in
playlists.
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APPLICATION
 Essential components for this solution:
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PC for the SqueezeServer software
IP-Control R2 or higher
Logitech Squeezebox per each zone
Optional a B.IQ RTR per zone or another multifunctional KNX switch
Optional a Master Control for the central handling or a PC for the IPControl visualisation
 For the SqueezeServer you need:
■ A plugin, which is located on the IP-Control CD or is available on the internet
at Berker download area
■ Further you need a xPL hub software, which is freely available on the internet
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APPLICATION
optional
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
 The job Squeezebox-Control (SBC) of the IP-Control provides a KNX
interface for the control of Squeezeboxes. With this job KNX-devices
can control Squeezeboxes with following functions:
 Zone on/off, mute on/off (pause/play)
 Volume control with feedback of the current volume as EIS 15 (14 bytes)
ASCII text and EIS 6 (1 byte) value, e.g. „Volume 45%“ in the text display
of the B.IQ RTR or as bargraph in the MC or the visualisation
 Selection of playlists or titles
 Display of playlist names and track names as ASCII text
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
 With this job KNX-devices can control Squeezeboxes with following
functions:
 Display of additional track information like artist or album name as text in
the MC or the visualisation
 Display of a 4-row, scrollable view of all playlists for the directed selection
of a playlist in the MC or visualisation by name
 Adjustment of limitations for the volume in each zone by the visualisation
or the MC
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APPLICATION
EXAMPLE FOR AN USER INTERFACE
14 Byte ASCII Text
Zone on/off (toggle)
Quieter (darker)
Playlist/Track (long/short)
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Mute on/off (toggle)
Louder (brighter)
Playlist/Track (long/short)
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APPLICATION
 Job Name: Required entry
 Gate Group Adresses: If a group
address is connected, the job is only
active by an "1” (1bit group adress)
 SB name: The name of the
squeezebox which is to be controlled
(The entry must be on par with the
squeezebox server entry for this
squeezebox)
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APPLICATION
 Absolute limit of maximum
volume of the squeezebox in %
(default 100)
 Absolute limit of minimal volume
of the squeezebox in % (default
0)
 Gradual dimming of the volume
specified step width (default 2)
 Output of the current volume to
display
 Output of the current volume to
display
 Setting volume per value (1byte)
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APPLICATION
 Switch on / off the zone
(squeezebox)
 Play / Pause track
 Track next / previous
 Forward / rewind (search in track,
High Speed)
 Seek width (speed….)
 Playlist next / previous
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APPLICATION
 Diplay message Output:
 Object to transmit text information on
a single-line display (rotating display)
 Text bypass input:
 Object to fade in of further texts from
an external source of the KNX, e.g.
Alarms (s.a. B. IQ info text)
 Reset textdisplay:
 Object to reset the alarm line of text
in the B.IQ displays. When
squeezebox turned off, the alarm
function of the B. IQ display will be
reset and the normal content of the
display is again represented.
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APPLICATION
 Reset invert:
 Setting this flag the reset of the
textdisplay will be inverted
 Reset on Zone:
 Setting this flag will reset the text
display when squeezebox is
switched off
 Reset on mute:
 Setting this flag will reset the text
display when squeezebox is muted
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APPLICATION
 Display „No Playlist“:
 When marked it will show „No
Playlist“ if there is no playlist defined
 Display „No Title“:
 When marked it will show „No Title“
if there is no title defined
 Time x:
 Time in seconds after the display set
back to the default display
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APPLICATION
 Object for text output of current
playlist
 Object for text output of the line x in
the playlist selection
 Object for text output of current title
 Object for text output of current
album
 Object for text output of current artist
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
 Object to control the previous or next
page in the playlist selection (next =
1, the next / previous 4 playlist
names will be displayed)
 Object to select the playlist from the
playlist selection (values 0-3 for the
selection of lines 1-4)
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
Command code : with one group address all the
functions can be triggered by value (1 byte)
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
EXAMPLE FOR A PAGE
Act. Info
act. title
Playlist
ZONE
act. artist
Playlist
75 %
act. album
Playlist
Playlist
Volume limit
25
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MOBILE DEVICES
IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
IP-CONTROL MOBILE DEVICES
 Functions:





Direct access to the IP-Control
No additional devices are necessary
Integrated „user interface for mobile devices“
License cost free
Smart phones
IP
KNX
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APPLICATION
 Controlling a KNX – System via
mobile devices:
 Operation with:
 Smart phone
 Mobile phone
 PDA
 Functions e.g. switching,
dimming and shutter control
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APPLICATION
OPERATION OF A LIGHT
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
OPERATION OF A SHUTTER
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
ADJUSTMENT OF THE SETPOINT TEMPERATURE
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
MULTIMEDIA CONTROL
KNX
IP
Zone 1
IP
MP3
Sammlung
IP
Internet
Radio
WLAN
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
 The IP-Control mobile devices
surface is to be used with a mobile
browser:
 http://192.168.1.10/ipcm
 Default user:
ipcm
 Default password:(no password )
 Passwords can be setup in Editor 
Security Settings:
Security Settings
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APPLICATION
SECURITY SETTINGS
 Passwords can be setup in Editor 
Security Settings:
1. Mark Checkbox : User
1.
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APPLICATION
SECURITY SETTINGS
2. Click New User
3. Insert a unique username
2.
3.
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SECURITY SETTINGS
4. Setup Pasword
5. Mark Checkbox IP-Control Mobile
4.
5.
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APPLICATION
 The visualisation is optimized for
mobile devices
 Visualisation looks similar on smart
phone, PDA or mobile phone
 Size of the visualisation depends on
the resolution of the screen
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
 Operation is performed by using
pointer or touchscreen operation
 E.g.: Operation on groundfloor
changes the visualisation to the
surface of the floor:

Livingroom
 Kitchen
 Workroom
 Restroom
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
 Next step shows the visualisation
livingroom
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
 Operation of the corresponding lamp
with colored status feedback

Status O
 Status I
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APPLICATION
 Example to adjust the setpoint
temperature in a room with current
temperature

Current temperature
 Setpoint temperature
 Change the temperature = Setpoint (
+,-)
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
 Structure of the operation:
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Groundfloor
Livingroom
Livingroom Light Ceiling
Funktion ( ON / OFF)
 Structure is adjusted on IP-Control
 Important: Only one project „IPControl mobile devices“ can be
defined on IP-Control!
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
 After first function test, you can create a bookmark on the home screen of
iPhone or iPod.
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
START IP-CONTROL MOBILE EDITOR
Start the editor
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
EDITOR - GENERAL
Insert and settings
via right mouse click.
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
EDITOR - GENERAL
Insert new elements
Reload the Editor
Save Changes
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
EDITOR – ADD NEW BUILDING PARTS
Add new folder to create a
new part of the building
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
EDITOR – ADD FUNCTION „SWITCH“
Add switch function
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
EDITOR – ADD FUNCTION „SWITCH“
Enter the description
connect to group address
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IP-CONTROL
APPLICATION
MORE FEATURES
More Features e.g.:
 Camera
 Temperature
 Value
 Shutter
 List (Playlist)
 Dyn. Playlist
 MediaControl
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PRODUCTPRESENTATION
START-UP
EDITORS
APPLICATION
TIPS & TOOLS
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NETWORK CONFIGURATION
IP-CONTROL
TIPS & TOOLS
NETWORK CONFIGURATION
 Settings for IP address of PC
 Start – Settings – Control panel
 Select network connections
 LAN – Select connection with
double click
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TIPS & TOOLS
NETWORK CONFIGURATION
 Select button „Properties“
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TIPS & TOOLS
NETWORK CONFIGURATION
 Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
 Click Properties
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TIPS & TOOLS
NETWORK CONFIGURATION
 Select "Use following IP address"
 Enter IP address
192.168.1.2
 Subnet mask
255.255.255.0
 Default gateway is not required
for local commissioning
 Confirm settings with OK
 Note: These are examples,
other addresses and address
ranges are possible in practice!
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UPDATE-TOOL
IP-CONTROL
TIPS & TOOLS
UPDATE-TOOL
 Advantages for customers:
 Update-package online avaible
 The update can be applied on-site without the necessity of sending in
 Short reaction time to do an update
 The update-tool is self-descriptive
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TIPS & TOOLS
UPDATE-PACKAGE AND NEW FIRMWARE IP-CONTROL 1.4 (R4)
ONLY FOR IP-CONROL OLDER THAN R4
 The update-package contains following parts:
 Update-Tool
 Firmware R04
 Documentation R04
 Since WK3 2011 IP-Control will be delivered with firmware 1.4 (R04)
 The update-package is available in download area
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TIPS & TOOLS
FIRMWARE UPDATE
 Using the IP-Control update tool, it is possible to flash a new firmware
into the devive.
 The update tool itselfs is a Java based programm, and works on
several operating systems.
 During this procedure, it is extremely important to read and observe the
following information carefully
 If the update procedure fails, IP Control might have to be returned to
the manufacturer.
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TIPS & TOOLS
FIRMWARE UPDATE
 IPC_UpdateTool:
 The Update Tool starts on clicking the .exe-file. There is no need of
installation.
 fw_ipc-1.4.0 (R04):
 Choose firmware for IP-Control, Release 4 (updated 01-2011) to do an
update
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TIPS & TOOLS
IMPORTANT MEASURES:
 First create a current backup of your project
 IP Control is reset to the factory settings by an update, the project data
are therefore lost.
 Please note: the passwords of the visualisation users are not copied
during recovery.
 Please note that you can reenter these after the update procedure and
project recovery.
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TIPS & TOOLS
IMPORTANT MEASURES:
 For an update you need the Update Tool and the desired firmware
image. This is delivered as a zip file together with a checksum file in
order to check the correct transfer and avoid any errors. Both of these
can be downloaded in the download area at http://www.berker.de. Both
files have to be unzipped in a directory.
 We strongly recommend that you carry out the firmware update only
within sight of the IP Control. IP Control reproduces a status feedback
via its five LEDs during the update procedure. A firmware update via
one or more networks is not possible, they must be in the same
physical and logical network as the IP Control.
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TIPS & TOOLS
IMPORTANT MEASURES:
 If you operate your IP Control with DHCP, you should switch this off
and assign IP Control a fixed IP address.
 For the update you need the IP Control string and password of the user
"admin".
 During the firmware update, IP Control is reset to the factory settings,
i.e. it retains its old IP address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx but has been overwritten
with the password "berker".
 The entire update procedure lasts approximately 15 min.
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TIPS & TOOLS
PROCEDURE
 If all the necessary measures have been made, please proceed as
follows:
 Switch off all security software and/or firewall for the update procedure
since this might disturb the communication. (The communication takes
place on the UDP port 1735).
 Make sure of not using any other network connections during the
disabling of security software and/or firewall.
 Don`t forget to reactivate the security software and/or firewall after
finishing the update procedure
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TIPS & TOOLS
PROCEDURE
 Creating backup
 If you have not already done so, make a backup of the current project.
 Opening update tool
 Open the update tool. All relevant information and tips are summarised in
the help text of the update tool.
 Selecting IP Control
 Select the desired IP Control in the left column and enter the IP Control
string and admin password on the right.
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TIPS & TOOLS
PROCEDURE
 Select the desired IP Control in the left column and enter the IP Control
string and admin password on the right. If the device is in the same
network, the text has a green background, if it is not in the same
network, it has a yellow background. Below the display is a display of
the necessary IP Control parameters. Experienced IP Control users will
know this from the Discovery Tool.
 If several IP Control are installed, the IP Control can be identified
visually by means of the "LED Test".
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TIPS & TOOLS
PROCEDURE
 In the status window below, you will be shown which actions are being
executed. If the IP Control system is already installed with a rescue
system, it will be restarted with this. If the device has not yet been
equipped with the system, this step will first be executed.
 The selected device first appears in the list of the IP Control with a blue
background. If the rescue mode is active, it appears there with a green
background and with a red cross. On the device itself, the power LED
lights up orange at this moment, the LAN LED flashes depending on
the network traffic and the BMX LED flashes red.
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TIPS & TOOLS
PROCEDURE
 Selecting firmware file
 If the IP Control is in rescue mode, the view in the Update Tool changes
and the request to select the correct firmware file appears on the right.
 When opening the image file, the Update Tool checks whether the
firmware image was transferred correctly during download by means of the
md5-checksum included.
 The update procedure can now be started by pressing the button "Start IP
Control Update". After the firmware file is loaded into the device, the IP
Control is busy checking the file for approx. 5 min. Now the BMX and EIB
LED flash red simultaneously.
 After successful checking, the installation begins. This procedure takes
approx. 5 minutes again. During this time, the three middle LEDs flash red.
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TIPS & TOOLS
PROCEDURE
 IP Control should not be disconnected from the power supply under any
circumstances during the entire procedure. This can cause irreparable
damage to the software, the device must be returned.
 Factory settings
 If the firmware is installed, the IP Control restarts. Afterwards, it is in the
network with the factory settings. It therefore has the IP address assigned
by you xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx but the password for the user "admin" is now
"berker".
 Recovering backup file
 Load your current backup into the device. All the settings are recovered,
and the device restarts. Afterwards, it is available with all known settings
but new firmware.
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TIPS & TOOLS
PROCEDURE
 Please note that the backup file does not contain any information about
the IP address settings. During the backup, only the port settings are
saved but not the IP address settings (except for NTP timeserver)!
 Recovering user administration
 The user passwords must be reentered so that the user login on the
Visualisation works perfectly again. Afterwards, the project must be
saved once again.
 During the recovery of your project file, please bear in mind that no
projects from newer firmware versions may be loaded into older
versions.
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ETS 4 APPLICATION
IP-CONTROL
TIPS & TOOLS
IP-CONTROL AND ETS 4
 There is no ETS application for the IP control, and this means that it
cannot be inserted directly into the ETS project.
 Insert a dummy device into the project to ensure that the physical
address is reserved and so that filter tables can be correctly generated.
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IP-CONTROL AND ETS 4
 All group addresses must be connected to the dummy application
 Important: Have a look to the data types (e.g. switch = 1 Bit)
 ETS 4 automatic generates the filter tables (Couplers should be
programmed when you finished your project!)
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GROUP ADDRESS EXPORT AND IMPORT
IP-CONTROL
TIPS & TOOLS
IMPORT OF GROUP ADDRESSES
 Start the export of group addresses
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TIPS & TOOLS
OPC SERVER EXPORT
 Save the file with the name „training “
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TIPS & TOOLS
OPC SERVER EXPORT
 Check if files are avaible
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TIPS & TOOLS
ARRANGE GROUP ADDRESSES IN IP-CONTROL
 Import group addresses in editor
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IP-CONTROL
TIPS & TOOLS
ARRANGE GROUP ADDRESSES IN IP-CONTROL
 Import group addresses in editor
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TIPS & TOOLS
ARRANGE GROUP ADDRESSES IN IP-CONTROL
 Choose file, the group adresses will be imported automaticly
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TIPS & TOOLS
ARRANGE GROUP ADDRESSES IN IP-CONTROL
 Merge new group addresses
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IP-CONTROL
TIPS & TOOLS
ARRANGE GROUP ADDRESSES IN IP-CONTROL
 Choose „Open ESF File“
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TIPS & TOOLS
ARRANGE GROUP ADDRESSES IN IP-CONTROL
 Select file
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TIPS & TOOLS
ARRANGE GROUP ADDRESSES IN IP-CONTROL
 If deviant , select codepage
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IP-CONTROL
TIPS & TOOLS
ARRANGE GROUP ADDRESSES IN IP-CONTROL
 Select group addresses for import
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TIPS & TOOLS
ARRANGE GROUP ADDRESSES IN IP-CONTROL
 Selected group addresses with a minus will be deleted !
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ARRANGE GROUP ADDRESSES IN IP-CONTROL
 Selected group addresses with a plus will be added!
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