6.1 Start configuration (parameterization)
Via the parameterization (in step 7 – HW Config, double-click on slot 0 of the bus module, parameter tab)
the following settings can be undertaken.
No connection (slot 1-8):
Here you can set what should happen with the output data of the devices if the connection to the master
Hold last values
Outputs = 0
No connection (slot 9):
Here you can set what should happen with the output data of the bus module if the connection to the
master is interrupted.
Hold last value
Outputs = 0
Averaging of the measured values:
Here you can enter the number of actual values which flow into the averaging. A new value is calculated
once a second. Values from 0-20 can be entered, whereby 0 or 1 deactivates this function.
Remove device when it is switched off:
Not all devices are equipped with a 24 V supply connection. When switching off the Thyro mains supply
and the control voltage supply (24V) the Thyro no longer communicates with the bus modules. A switched
off device will normally be displayed as pull. This display can be suppressed here.
Use output data:
The suppression of certain output data can be activated here.
Only when Bit is set
6.2 Cyclical data transmission (configuration)
The configuration of the cyclical data traffic is undertaken by adding modules.
The input and output data depend on the device types. The following tables show the input and output
data available for each of the devices.
6.3 Input and output data Thyro-S
With the Thyro-S the setpoint is interpreted as operating mode.
The output data are not changed.
The output data are set to 0
The digital outputs are not changed.
The digital outputs are set to 0.
Devices which are no longer accessible (no communication) will continue to
be displayed as plug.
Devices which are no longer accessible will be displayed as pull.
New output data are transferred immediately.
New output data are only transferred, if the Bit 0 is set in the output