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 Posted: Friday Jan 4th, 2008 10:13 am
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koutsogiannis
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Hi 
I write first time for with the occasion I would want you to wish good and creative year.
Here in Greece many henceforth installations have become with the dupline (dupline.com) and with InOne by Legrand, but no one from the alarms that exist here do not support this protocols. This means that I can be addressed in houses of small size but also big that have installed the  systems and apply with success comfort.
The Legrand has Projects and also 70m2. In the past I made a effort work the dupline with Stargate (http://www.jdstechnologies.com) and him I accomplished because me they gave his protocol of communication. With Legrand him I did not accomplish, despite only with the IR oy it allocates.
I wait for your news.
Thanks
 Thanasis Koutsogiannis



 Posted: Friday Jan 4th, 2008 12:19 pm
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We do not have in interface to Dupline, as the product is mainly used in industrial applications rather than residential.
 However the serial protocol for the UCM may allow you to send commands to any external device. The protocol can be downloaded  from our web site link http://www.cytech.biz/Downloads/Files/163/rs232.pdf

This protocol works with RS232 (UCM05) or Ethernet (UCM/Ethernet) or RS485 (UCM04)

In Comfigurator, there is a Send RS232 Action which allows you to send any arbitrary strong to the UCM to the external device.

Legrand InOne is a closed system. However we have projects where the integrator has opened  their RF switch and conected Comfort outputs via relays to "press" the switch to control the Legrand system. This should work for you too



 Posted: Sunday Jan 6th, 2008 01:53 am
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This topic has been moved from the Installers area to the Lighting Interfaces forum as it could be of interest to other users



 Posted: Wednesday Nov 4th, 2009 06:05 pm
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Here in Greece we are working a lot "dupline". If Comfort was cooperating with modbus then it would communicate with dupline. So, a UCM MODBUS would be ideal for us in order to install 10 pieces per year in others people installation.

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 Posted: Thursday Nov 5th, 2009 12:04 pm
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a Modbus interface may be what we could do in future, but it is not immimnent as we have many projects to complete



 Posted: Sunday Jul 25th, 2010 02:48 pm
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any progress with modbus?



 Posted: Wednesday Jul 28th, 2010 01:00 pm
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We are not doing Modbus at the moment. The Comfort Client developed by Julian Wigman has a Modbus plug in, see http://www.comfortforums.com/forum65/1800.html

It is very powerful software and free, you should download and test it, and the Modbus plugin

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