This module leverages the use of URC’s Total Control Device Events in order to expand functionality. TCL Commands can be used to trigger events instantly, delayed, or in loops. There is also an event that can be triggered on system startup.
Available 2-Way Module Commands
- Instant Event – Trigger any events with the same ID instantly
- Delayed Event – Triggers events after the set period of time has passed
- Event Loops – Creates loops to trigger events at set intervals
Available Device Events
- Startup Macro – Event executes 3 minutes after the processor has come online
- Event Macro – Events that can be triggered with any variation of the included commands
File > Import & Restart
This is a two way module that is packaged as a TCM file that needs to be imported in to the Accelerator software. When you click Import TCM FIle here you will need to change the Files of type to Total Control 1.0 Module Library (*.tcm). Then navigate to where you downloaded the Spin – Events.tcm file and choose it. After you have imported make sure you restart Accelerator in order to complete the installation.
Step 4. Add Other Devices > Confirm & Add
After you have restarted Accelerator go to step 4. and navigate to the module.
My > IP Database > AUX > SPIN > EVENTS
When the module is selected make sure that the checkbox is checked in section 8 that says Spin – Events Main Functions. If not try reimporting and restart Accelerator. Once you are sure you have the checkbox checked. Click Add Selected Module to add the module to your tree.
Step 6. Network Setup
At Step 6. click on Non URC Device and fill in the IP address with a unique address that no other modules are using. Something like 0.0.0.1. Port is not necessary for this module.
Step 11. System Parameters
At Step 11. under Two Way Module Settings from the first drop downs choose the room that the module is located at in the tree and in the second drop down choose the Events module.
Next in the bottom right under System Parameter Information you will insert your BlackWire module license key where it say license=.
Choose the correct 2-Way Module Command for what you are trying to achieve. And create an ID that is descriptive of what you are doing. In this example the command is set to trigger an event with the ID SmartPush 45 minutes after it has been executed. This push notification will allow the end user to reset a separate delayed event that is going to shut the room off in another five minutes.
The Startup Event does not require any programming, it will trigger automatically 3 minutes after the processor has come online. All other events are simply programmed with the ID corresponding to the ID used in any Events 2-Way Module Command. The events are not specific to command type so you can trigger the same event instantly, delayed, or recurring.
-fixed a bug that could cause the startup event to occur at a time other than startupVersion 1.0 - (April 08, 2018) Version 1.0 - (March 28, 2018)
-fixed an issue with hue tcl commands showing up instead of eventsVersion 1.0 - (March 26, 2018)
Initial Public Release