CBU TED (standard)
The dimmer works through a profile that is usually sufficient.
The dimmer works by means of a linear profile.
The dimmer works by means of a logarithmic profile.
The dimmer is placed in the 'Sensors' field and can be linked to a 'smart switch' function, see the 'Presence' tab.
First; If you do not connect a lamp but prefer to use only a 'Smart Switch' function, it is better to set the CBU-TED in the 'Presence' profile, see the relevant Tab.
You should see the 'smart switch' as a switch that is installed in the supply voltage. The 'smart switch' relates to the behavior of the dimmer (referred to as 'lamp' in the Casambi app).
If you always leave the dimmer under voltage and only operate the connected lamp via the Casambi app and peripheral equipment such as Enocean switches, the 'smart switch' offers you nothing. However, it can be useful to have the Casambi network do something by applying or removing voltage to the device.
In some cases, however, it can be useful to have the Casambi network do something by applying or removing voltage to the device. You should therefore see the 'smart switch' as a switch that is installed in the supply voltage.
1) Via 'edit', or by directly double-clicking on the icon, you open the underlying configuration field (2). There are plenty of changes to be made there including the 'smart switch'.
2) In the standard profile, the dimmer is set to 'Dim and save', by clicking on 'Dim and save' you will enter the next field (3).
3) By clicking once on "Dim and save" the next field (4) opens.
4) Here you can turn off the 'smart switch' or choose from numerous operating modes.
In the 'Presence' profile, the dimmer does not end up in the lamp field, but in the Sensors field. The dim output is now switched off.
By successively clicking on the red-framed lines in the fields shown below, you will arrive in field 6 where you can instruct the CBU-TED to activate something in the Casambi network when it is powered up.
For example, you can link a previously created scene via 'Control scenes'. This means that as soon as power is applied to the CBU-TED, that scene will turn on. As long as there is tension on the CBU-TED, the scene will remain on. When the power of the CBU-TED drops, the scene will go out.
Another example is to have a security central put voltage on the CBU-TED in order to activate the 'Emergency plan' via the Casambi network, so that an entire building is lit up without anyone being able to turn the lights off again. As soon as the CBU-TED is disconnected from the power supply, the lights return to their previous state and can be operated again.
There are numerous possibilities, you can even have the output of an ordinary motion sensor that does not have a Casambi put power on the CBU-TED, and link it to 'Presence / Absence', which means that a scene is called up when motion is detected and with no movement another scene.
So there are numerous possibilities.