The IO Bridge allows you to integrate an external device in various ways into your existing Smart network. The input signal of the IO Bridge can be controlled by a 0-10V input signal or any potential-free contact (switch), while the output can switch up to 5A (230V) with help of an internal relay.

The amount of inputs and outputs can be extended by placing extra IO Bridge's, Digital Input Bridge's or Digital Output Bridge's next to each other and configure them in such way that they operate in the same Smart network.

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Analog Input (1-10V)

Important; never exceed the 10V DC input limit of the IO Bridge.

The schematic below shows how to connect an 1-10V DC power supply to the IO Bridge. Optionally a 0-10V DC signal can be used. In this example we will control the light-level of all the lights in GROUP #1 that are in the same network as the IO Bridge. The 1-10V signal will be translated to a light level from 0% to 100%.


Input Behaviour

Enable analog input
Enable (analog) input
Use as digital input
OFFUse input as analog input
Voltage 0 percent (x 10mv)
1001V equals 0% (check with voltage meter)
Voltage 100 percent (x 10mv)
100010V equals 100% (check with voltage meter)
Report behaviour

Groups to inform
1Inform group #1
Network to inform
Send message to own network only
Report Interval
30 sec
Inform network every 30 seconds
Hop 5 times

Input behaviour

Input startup delay
0 sec
No delay
Sampling interval
1 sec
Take sample every 1 sec
Report behaviour

Inform lower than 0 percent
OFFDon't inform
Direct report percentage difference
5%Immediately inform network after 5% increase/decrease
Output type
0Input voltage translates to 'set-to' level
Set to ouput prio
8Default priority is 8
Level output type
Absolute level
5 min
Message is valid for 5 minutes