To control the door via a home automation system you have several options:. I searched the internet for information about the bus, but little to nothing can be found about it. So I decided to reverse engeneer and document the bus! Top side of the circuit board:.
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The light barrier is wired straight to the designated terminal block within the SupraMatic and ensures safe operation. Something like this, just place them in a location where they make physical contact with the door in open or closed position. If neither contact is closed, the door is moving. If neither contact is closed for more than a few seconds, the door got stuck:. UAP 1 is a just a hardware interface.
Please refer to the schematic on page 3. In germany the light barrier is included with supramatic p series 3 too. This is the only one, which has included sensors for opened, closed and so on… With other motors, you have to use reed contacts on your own. So i would always recommend the supramatic 3.
Edit: Maybe it would be cheaper to use my knx modul from ing. Budde, see one of my previous posts… You only need a knx ip interface or taspi with tpuart knx usb stick and the ing. If you use the knx modul, then yes. I agree, I have heard good things about the KNX module mentioned earlier in the thread. I use UAP1 as well, where you get the relevant contacts and you can use switches to control the door.
If the KNX module had been available at the time, i would have used that instead of using three channels on my switch actor and three binary inputs to get the open, closed, air vent positions. So you have a change from digital to analog signals and then back — this will work too, but in my eyes, its not the perfect way to do this. I also own a Hoermann Garage door and even bought their gateway to be able to use an App for controlling the door.
So I started to reverse engineer the protocol used between the App and the gatway to be able to build a openhab binding with the findings Still in an early state, the current work can be found here:.
When you say, I bought their gateway, can you say more. Or are you talking about something else? I wanted to order a horman garage door this week.
I have always been looking at an UAP1 as a way to connect to openhab. I understand now how we can do this. Uap1 is an extra, you can buy this from your dealer or from the internet. Yes, it will work, too. Hi, is it correct that I need 1 knx modul for each door? I have some more….
Yes, one modul can control only one garagedoor. Hi, I also own a Hoermann Garage door and even bought their gateway to be able to use an App for controlling the door.
So I started to reverse engineer the protocol used between the App and the gatway to be able to build a openhab binding with the findings Still in an early state, the current work can be found here: This is still not a binding, but will be the base for one. Regards, Thomas. Hi Thomas When you say, I bought their gateway, can you say more.
Reverse engeneering the Hörmann UAP1 protocoll
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