This Casambi interface is connected to 1 or 2 signals of 0-10V that come, for example, from a KNX network or a 0-10V rotary dimmer. In the Casambi app you can then add lamps that will be dimmed up and down by the 0-10V signals. Another 0-10V signal could, for example, come from a daylight sensor of another brand or a level switch with a 0-10V output.

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10cas from DMX engineering can be linked in the Casambi app (for example) to ALL LAMPS on channel 1. This means that if a signal of 1V is offered on channel 5, the lamps will light up at 50%. At 0V the lamps are off and at 10V everything is on 100% or you dim all lamps in the Casambi network via the 0-10V analog.

The hysteresis relates to the compliance of the 0-10 signal. If you set the hysteresis high, the regulation will become sluggish and sluggish. If you set the hysteresis low, the Casambi app (and therefore your lamps) will immediately follow the 0-10V signal.

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However, you can also enter the minimum and maximum values ​​per channel. Suppose you are going to offer 1-10V then you can set the minimum value in the app to 10% if you wish the lights to go out at 1V. If you leave the value at 0%, the lights will stay on at 1% at 10V. And then there is also an upper value; if set to 100% your lights will be on 100% at 10V. Summarizing; suppose you set the lower value at 20% and the upper value at 60% then your lights will start to burn at 2V and burn maximum at 6V.

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