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Technical product information
June 2014
Gamma arina touch sensor

Common functions

Touch areas
Depending on the model a touch sensor provides two to
eight touch areas (Figure 2: A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2, D1,
D2), which vertically function as a touch area pair (A to
D).
A1
A1
A2
A2
Figure 2: Touch areas
Vertically aligned touch areas may be used as a pair of
touch areas (e.g. for defined switching / dimming, or
control of shutters and blinds, i.e. with the upper touch
area light is turned on and with the lower touch area
light is turned off), or as single touch areas for sending
values, single-touch-area switching / dimming or single-
touch-area control of blinds.
Each individual touch area (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2, D1,
D2) may be assigned one of the following functions:
• Switching (on, off, toggle)
• Door bell function
• Single touch area dimming
• Single touch area control of solar protection (blinds,
roller shades)
• 1-bit scene control (scene 1 or 2: recall / save)
• 8-bit scene / effect control (recall, recall / save)
• Send value (8-bit value, percent)
• Send value (16-bit value, temperature value, brightness
value)
• Forced control
Depending on the selected main function another
function may be executed either additionally after a time
delay (time delay configurable from 100 ms to 655 s) or
alternatively when the touch area is pressed for a longer
period.
When touch areas are configured as a pair then this
touch area pair may be assigned one of the following
functions:
• Dual-touch-area dimming with stop telegram
• Dual-touch-area control of solar protection (blinds,
roller shades)
Technical product information
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single
double
quadruple
B1
A1
B1 C1
D1
B2
A2
B2 C2
D2
Subject to change without further notice
• Send variable percent value
• Send variable 8-bit value
• 1-bit scene control (scene 1 and 2: recall / save)
• 8-bit scene / effect control (recall / save)
• Forced control
Depending on the selected main function another
function may be executed additionally after a time delay
(time delay configurable from 100 ms to 655 s).
These options are available as additional or alternative
functions for single touch areas or touch area pairs:
• Switching (on)
• Switching (off)
• Send percent value
• Send 8-bit value (0...255)
• Send temperature value
• Send brightness value
• Send 16-bit value (0...65535)
• 1-bit scene control (scene 1: recall / save)
• 1-bit scene control (scene 2: recall / save)
• 8-bit scene / effect control: recall
• Forced on
• Forced off
• Deactivate forced control
Acoustic touch response
The touch sensor has an internal beeper. This is used as a
response when a touch area is pressed.
Orientation lighting
The orientation light (LED) of the device may be turned
on or off continuously or depending on a status object.
These configuration options are available for the
orientation light (LED):
• LED permanently off
• LED permanently on
• LED indicates IR activity (only for touch sensor with IR
receiver)
• LED indicates user operation
• LED indicates long touch area press
• A binary status object controls the LED for each status
value on (=1) or off (=0) respectively to either
o on
o off
o flash, slowly (0,3 Hz)
o flash, moderately (1 Hz)
o flash, fast (5 Hz)
• An analog status object (8-bit value [0...255], percent
value, 16-bit value [0...65535], temperature value
[0°C...40°C], brightness value [0...2000 lux] controls
the LED for each of up to three value ranges
respectively to either
o on
UP 20x, UP 28x/3 and UP 28x/5
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