The blind actuator receives telegrams from sensors via the Instabus
and controls a shutter or blind motor with its output.
Both travel directions are mechanically interlocked. With sun
protection or positioning telegrams, the actuator offers moreover
the possibility of moving shutters, blinds and slats into any
desired position. On reception of a storm warning, the actuator
is capable of moving shutters or blinds into a predefined safety
position and to lock them up in this position.
In addition, the device has two extension inputs that depending
on parameter settings, can act directly on the output (local operation,
see “state of delivery”) or alternatively also as binary inputs
on the Instabus. The connected potential-free switch or
push button contacts are read in via a common reference potential
on the actuator. As binary input, telegrams can be
transmitted for switching or dimming, for Venetian blind control,
value setting or scene recall / save.