The Digital Output Bridge allows you to integrate any device which can take an input signal with help of an potential-free input or can be switched-on/off trough a relay (max 230V 5A). For example, integration can be as simple as connecting a mains-powered light source which has to turn on when one (or more) of the devices in your existing Smart network reaches a certain light level. You can also apply the Digital Output Bridge in more advanced configurations where it triggers an input signal on your alarm system at times you dont expect any motion.

A maximum of 2 outputs are available on each Digital Output Bridge, both with a NC (Normally Closed) and NO (Normally Open) terminal. The number of ouputs can be extended by placing multiple Digital Output Bridges next to each other and configure them in such way that they are in the same Smart network.

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External Light Source

The schematic below shows how to connect an external light source to the Digital Output Bridge. In this example only one output will be used, however in cases where two outputs are required the configuration of ouput #1 can easely be copied to output #2. In this example we want to switch the light source ON when a motion in Smart group #1 has been detected by an external Smart device.

EOS Digital Output Bridge Example

Output 1: Control

Enable ouput #1
Groups to listen to
Listen to device(s) in group #1
Sensor to listen to
Listen to motion sensor
Invert signal in case of using NO terminal in output #1

Output 1: Control

Incorrect value is above threshold

Time since motion threshold
2 min
Enable output #1 for 2 minutes after motion detection

In case of fail-safe programming, the Inverted setting should be set to OFF and the NC terminal on output #1 should be used instead of the NO terminal. Also keep in mind not to exceed the maximum currnent of 5A to avoid damage to the Digital Output Bridge. If the setup requires to switch high currents, a suitable external relay should be used.