Inputs
Configure your switches (wall buttons) with unlimited functions at various times. Ex .: Switch, a list of outputs or functions to control.


Example:


A switch can have three kinds of functions, 1Touch, Double Tap and Touch Continuous, invoking different functions in the Outputs. A sensor only has the ability to perform a function, although this function can invoke an infinite number of functions in the Outputs.

1. In Mordomus iThink Home Menu, press button: Configurations
2. In the Configurations window -> Functions, press button: Inputs
3. In the Inputs configuration window:
3.1. In Input: Press button:
3.1.1. In the Inputs Selection window, select according to our example, the office switch and press button: Ok
3.2. In Action: we have selected 1Touch for the function to be performed pressing one time (one pulse <1s) the switch,
3.3. In Function A, press 00:00:00 to 00:00:00 to set a time interval (according to our example: 06:00 to 19:00);
3.3.1. On the numeric keypad, press button:
Note: Required: start time When setting the start time and the end time we have available Function A in the time interval from 06:00 to 19:00 and Function B in the time interval from 19:00 to 6:00.
3.4. In Function A, press: button to select the output (our example: light point) that by touching the switch will activate a function;
3.4.1. In the Output Selection window, choose the equipment;
3.4.1.1.In the Output Selection window select the duration of activation of the Output you select (our example will be 5min).
3.4.1.2. In the Output Selection window make sure that the action level of this Output is set to 100%.
3.4.1.3. In the Output Selection window, press button: Ok
3.5. In Function B, press button: to select the output (our example: light point) that by touching the switch will activate a function;
3.5.1. In the Output Selection window, choose the equipment;
3.5.1.1.In the Output Selection window select the duration of activation of the Output you select (our example will be 30min).
3.5.1.2. In the Output Selection window make sure that the action level of this Output is set to 100%.
3.5.1.3. In the Output Selection window, press the button: Ok
4. To finish and save the function, press the button: Apply
5. In Action: select Ring Continuous to have the function performed by pressing (a pulse> = 1s) the switch continuously;
5.1. Role A, press the button: to select the output (our example: light point) which through one continuous touch the switch will trigger a function; 5.1.1. In the Output Selection window, choose the equipment;
5.1. In Function A, press the: button to select the output (our example: light point) that by 1 continuous touch on the switch will activate a function;
TIP: In the selection (s) device (s) (Output Select), use the filter zone, to easily locate the device (output) you want, filtering them by type, floor and division.
5.1.1.1. In the Output Selection window, press the button: Ok
5.2. Role A, press the button: to select the output (our example: electric curtain) which through one continuous touch the switch will trigger a function;
5.2.1. In the Output Selection window, choose the equipment;
5.2.1.1. In Output Selection window make sure even if the action level of this output is set to 0%.
5.2.1.2. In the Output Selection window, press the button: Ok
5.3 In Function composed: Press the button: to select a function;
5.3.1. Role Selection window:
5.3.1.1. Role type press the button: and select the type of function you want (our example: Sound Environment);
5.3.1.2.Em function select the function you want according to the type selected above (our example: Office audio channel);
5.3.1.3. Action, press the button: and select the option you want (our example: Mute to mute the sound of the office)
6. To finish and save the function, press the button: Apply
TIP: In the selection device (s) (Selection input / output), use the filter zone, to easily locate the device (input or output) you want, filtering them by type, floor and division.
1. In Mordomus iThink Home Menu, press button: Configurations
2. In the Configurationswindow -> Functions, press button: Inputs
3. In the Inputs configuration window:
3.1. In Input: Press button:
3.1.1. In the Inputs selection window, select according to our example, the office switch and press button: Ok
TIP: In the device(s) selection (Select Input), use the filter zone, to easily locate the device (input) that you want, filtering them by type, floor and division.
3.2. In Action: that we have selected 1Touch for the function to be performed by pressing one time (one pulse <1.5 s) the switch;
3.3. Role The press 00:00:00 to 00:00:00 to set a time interval (according to our example: 06:00 to 19:00);
3.3.1. On the numeric keypad, press button:
Note: Required: start time When setting the start time and the end time we have available Function A in the time interval from 06:00 to 19:00 and Function B in the time interval from 19:00 to 6:00.
IR commands
Learning IR commands for controlling any type of equipment controlled by infrared remote control. Example: Air conditioning, TV, DVD, HiFi etc.

It also allows the learning functions of any remote IR command for any Mordomus iThink functions. Example: With the command of your TV can control lighting, sound system, windows, alarms, electric locks, gates and other features.

1. In Mordomus iThink Home Menu, press button: Configurations
2. In the Configurations window -> Functions, press button: IR commands
3. In the IR command window (infrared):
3.1. In PIR modules, select the module in question;
3.2. Select IR Inputs tab and select the address of the input that you want to associate with your IR remote key;
3.3. Press button: Learn (Blue LED multi-sensor indicates the learning mode through rapid flashing);
4. Direct your remote control for multi-sensor by pressing the key you want to save;
5. When the Blue LED lights pass can drop the remote control key. The key has been successfully learned.

Some existing commands use a different standard of communication, Ex .: Grundig Tele Pilot 160, which can cause the multi-sensor can not distinguish the different keys. The keys are successfully learned, but the multi-sensor does not distinguish between different keys.
In this case proceed as follows:
1. In Mordomus iThink Home Menu, press button: Configurations
2. In the Configurations window -> Functions, press button: IR commands
3. In the IR command window (infrared):
3.1. If you already have keys stored in the multi-sensor, delete these by pressing the button: Clear Command
3.2. Point your remote control to the multi-sensor by holding down the key you want to save;
3.3. Then press the Learn button (The Blue LED indicates the Multifunction Sensor learning mode through rapid flashing);
3.4. Only release the remote control button when Led multi-sensor Blue switch to on. The key has been successfully learned.
Note:
- The learning may be difficult or even impossible for the light emitted by fluorescent lamps which are near the multisensor. You should turn them off when you want to learn an IR command.
- The multi-sensor supports most protocols used in remote controls, but yet it is possible that there are commands that can not be interpreted
Tactile Commands
The Tactile Commands can only be set after recorded at installer.

All tactile commands after registered, are visible in: Configurations-> Tactile Commands -> List


To these can change the description, the floor, the division and its functions.

1. In Mordomus iThink Home Menu, press button: Configurations.
2. In the Configurations window -> Functions, press button: Command Tactile
3. In Tactile Commands window:
3.1. List, select the tactile device you want to configure and press the Setup tab;
4. In the window commands Tactile -> Configuration:
4.1. Select the feature (lighting, blinds, appliances, Favorites, Audio, Alarms, Alarm, Multisensor and Meteorology) you want to set;
4.2. In Functions Lighting, Blinds, Devices:
4.2.1. The first three lines (1, 2 and 3), allow configuring outputs of groups 3 (equipment). Press button: in the alphanumeric keypad and enter a description for each function number.
4.2.1.1. The alphanumeric keypad, press button: Ok
4.2.1.2. Each of the functions (1, 2 and 3), can assign an unlimited number of outputs (equipment) that belong only to the division that was assigned to a haptic command. To select Outputs (equipment), press button:
4.2.1.2.1. In the Output Selection window, select the output (equipment) you want and press button: Ok
4.2.2. The fourth line, allows you to configure a function of Scenarios / Custom Functions. Press button: and select the function you want to assign.
4.2.2.1. In Scenarios / Custom Functions press the window: Ok
4.3. The Favorites feature allows you to select 5 lists functions Scenarios / Custom Functions
4.3.1. In Scenarios / Custom Functions window, select the one you want and press button: Ok
4.4. The Audio function allows you to select 4 Radio Web radio list. Note that the touch screen, you can control the audio source and the volume of the division assigned to it. You can still control the overall volume of your home.
4.4.1. On Radio Web window, select the station you want and press button: Ok
4.5. The Alarms function allows you to select 5 alarms that intends to control on the touch screen, preconfigured Alarms 4.5.1. In the Alarms window, select the alarm you want and press button: Ok
4.6. The alarm function allows you to select four clocks preconfigured in Alarm
4.6.1. In the Alarm window, select the alarm alarm you want and press button: Ok
4.7. The Multisensor function allows you to select the multi-sensor that you will give temperature and brightness information. The multisensor will have to be associated with the same division as was assigned to a haptic command. 4.7.1. In Multisensor window, select the sensor you want and press button: Ok
4.8. Meteorology function allows you to select the iMeteo module that you will give temperature information, brightness, wind speed and rain.
4.8.1. In iMeteo window, select the weather station Mordomus iThink and press button: Ok
IF Conditions
The IF Conditions have the function of automatic execution of conditional form functions, and these may have as conditioning any Mordomus iThink input or output.
For easier understanding we will use the following example of using an IF condition.
Example:
We will set the lighting of a light spot, which is activated by a motion sensor, being also conditioned by the level of external light detected by iMeteo (Module outdoor weather sensor), where we assume that the point light may only illuminate when the brightness level is 0 or 1.
Steps configuration (according to the earlier example):
1. In Mordomus iThink Home Menu, press button: Configurations
2. In the Configurations window -> Functions, press button: IF Conditions
3. In the IF conditions window:
3.1. Press button:
4. In the Conditions IF window -> IF Condition:
4.1. In Description, press the button: and enter a name for the condition (Ex .: "cond illumination light ext..")
4.1.1. The alphanumeric keypad, press button: Ok
Note: For the function is active, always check that the activation status box: Enable is selected;
4.2. Select the Periodic activation box, and activate the function within a specific period of time (From: and To :). Let us now turn to the definition of the conditions for this function:
4.3. In Condition 1 -> if you press the button: and select Input;
4.3.1. Press button: and in the Input Selection window, select the input from the list (our example: Select the motion detector that will light the light spot condicionadamente) you want and press the button: Ok
Dica: In the selection of the device(s) (Select input), use the filter zone, to easily locate the device (input) that you want, filtering them by type, floor and division. 4.3.2. The next tab allows only the selection of "=" since we selected type input has no multi-values. If the input is a multi-value input (sensor temperature, light, analog input, etc.) would be able to select "=", ">" and "<".
4.3.3. The next tab allows the selection of only "1" since we selected type input has no multi-values. If the input is a multi-value input (sensor temperature, light, analog input, etc.), there would be the possibility of selecting the value with resolution that provides input;
Notice:
- temperature sensors have temperatures in accordance with the resolution that it provides;
- The light and wind speed sensors provide values ​​0 to 9;
- The analog inputs provide values ​​from 0 to 100;
- Each type of input available the values ​​according to the type of information they acquire.
4.4. In the second if (Condition 1) press the button: and select Input again;
4.4.1. Press the button: and select the iMeteo temperature sensor;
4.4.2. The next tab select "<";
4.4.2.1. The next tab, press the button: and select 2 (our example: interests that this function is only performed on the values ​​0 and 1, we will then select the value 2). Thus the second condition is performed only when the value of iMeteo temperature sensor is less than 2, then only becomes true with 0 or 1;
4.5. Press the button: Apply It is available OR you even functions that may still contain two conditions are.
5. On the Conditions window IF, THEN press the Running tab 5.1. Press the button: and Outputs Selection window, select the output you want (our example: point of light) .
5.1.1. We may add several Outputs and these can also be defined in the Outputs selection list in time of work and level if Output permits. You can also set the time period in which these outputs are active for this IF function by setting this period the buttons: 00:00:00 to 00:00:00
Tip: In the device(s) selection (Output Select), use the filter zone, to easily locate the device (output) you want, filtering them by type, floor and division.
Notice:
- If start times are set equal to the time of the end, it is provided a single Outputs input field, which means no tax time conditioning this condition;
- If the start time and end are different, the period 24 is divided into two hours as the set and each of these two periods will have two available outputs the input fields;
5.1.2. It is also available the possibility of associating the Composite functions playlist contained in: Quick Menu
- General Features, Quick Menu-Scenarios / Custom Functions, Surround Sound and intrusion alarms. To add these functions press button: and select the function type, the Function / Zone and Ação.
- can add a new IF Condiction in IF condition button: New
1. In Mordomus iThink Home Menu, press button: Configurations
2. In the Configurations window -> Functions, press button: IF Conditions
3. On the IF Conditions window:
3.1. In List of conditions, select the condition you want to test and press the button:
4. In IF Condition, press button: Test
1. In Mordomus iThink Home Menu, press button: Configurations
2. In the Configurations window -> Functions, press button: IF Conditions
3. On the IF Conditions window:
3.1. In List of conditions, select the condition you want to change and press the button:
3.1.1. Make the changes you want.
1. In Mordomus iThink Home Menu, press button: Configurations
2. In the Configurations window -> Functions, press button: IF Conditions
3. On the IF Conditions window:
3.1. In List of Conditions, select the condition you want to delete and press button:
3.2. You can also delete the function: IF Condition, button: Remove