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The IRIO01 (or Intelligent Remote Input/Output Module) is a multi-purpose automation module with 8 inputs and 8 outputs. An IRIO has the flexibility to configured for a variety of automation functions by plugging in a selection of submodules into 2 slots.  Up to 15 IRIOs can be installed in a Comfort System.

The Manual for IRIO and submodules can be downloaded from http://www.cytech.biz/intelligent_remote_inputoutput_module.html



IRIO without Submodules



IRIO with 2 submodules

What does the IRIO do?

The IRIO handles the automation functions in Comfort in  way that is easier to program and reduces wiring.  Instead of programming Responses and actions, Functions are selected, and mapped to Comfort registers like Flags, Counters and Sensors. For example, the Heating or Cooling function works by assigning the setpoint to a Counter and temperature to a Sensor Register. Putting a value into a Counter  changes the setpoint, and comparing the temperature in the sensor register allows the IRIO to decide whether to turn on the heating/cooling relay.
The function is mapped to a Comfort Flag, so that setting the flag will enable the function and clearing the flag disables it. The temperature can be obtained by  the ISM01 or ISM07 with temperature sensor or other means, eg via KNX, Cbus or the TSM01 Temperature Sensor Module

For example, the ISM04 TWS subModule for control of lighting two way switches reduces wiring as it is not necessary to connect Inputs and outputs to Comfort. This submodule allows the current threshold t be adjusted so that it is able to handle all different lighting loads including very low current LED lighting down to 1 watt.

The ISM05 Blinds submodule controls a Blinds motor without needing a separate Blinds controller.  It is able to move the blinds up and down as well as position the blinds anywhere with the help of a built-in current sensor.


Submodules
Each IRIO can accept two  submodules from the list below;
  • ISM01 Digital I/O submodule (4 Digital outputs, 4 digital Inputs)
  • ISM02 Digital Outputs/Analog Inputs submodule *(4 digital Outputs, 4 Analog Inputs)
  • ISM03 IR submodule with current sensor Inputs (4 IR Outputs, 4 Current Sensor Inputs)
  • ISM04 Two Way Switch (2 Two way switch Controls) - Not available yet
  • ISM05 Blinds submodule (2 Blinds Controls) - Not available yet
  • ISM06 NO/NC relay submodule (4 Relays with NO/NC)
  • ISM07 Relay I/O submodule (4 Relays, 4 digital Inputs)
Note that the submodules are not included in IRIO. They are ordered separately depending on the requirements.


The IRIO baseboard comes with 2 programmable analog outputs (0-10V) for dimming and control which are available without any submodule.


Functions
Each Submodule  supports pre-defined Output and Input functions

Output functions include;
  • On/Off
  • Heating/Cooling
  • 2 way/3 way HVAC fan
  • Air-con Interface by relays
  • IR signal
  • IR with Feedback
  • TWS (Two way switch)
  • Blinds
  • Analog Output
Each Submodule has 2 to 4 Outputs

Input functions include;
  • Digital
  • Pulse count
  • Current sensing
  • Temperature Sensor
  • Resistive Sensor
  • Analog Input 0-10V
Submodules can have 0, 2, or 4 Inputs.

Each submodule can only select the appropriate Output and Input function that is applicable for the hardware. Only the applicable functions for each submodule can be selected by Comfigurator.

The UCM/Logic can be used as a Controller for IRIOs where an alarm system is not needed. The UCM/Logic has no alarm functions and has no Inputs or Outputs but has all the logic programming capabilities of Comfort as well as a plug in Ethernet interface (ETH03) or USB interface for programming and access by the Comfort apps
http://www.comfortforums.com/forum117/4459.html

Last edited on Saturday Jul 23rd, 2016 08:09 am by slychiu



 Posted: Sunday Sep 20th, 2015 02:51 am
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The table below shows the Submodules available, and the Output and Input functions for each submodule




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Any possibility to make it 0- 12V rather than 0- 10V that would leave open to more equipment possibilities
The IRIO baseboard comes with 2 programmable analog outputs (0-10V)



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Do you mean the analog Inputs?
0 to 10 V is the most common range for analog voltages. A 12V range would make it less useful for most applications
What is the signal that you want to measure or send?



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My mistake for some reason I was thinking about outputs.



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any manual to download ?



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Manuals and Brochures can be downloaded from  http://www.cytech.biz/intelligent_inputoutput_irio_automation_modules.html

Last edited on Wednesday Jun 21st, 2017 05:26 am by slychiu



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When it is released to market ? Any price range indication for indonesia ?



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end of the year expected in productionPrice has not been determined but it should be very affordable



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how many outputs and inputs working at the same time ?  am i right maximum 4 outputs and 4 inputs ?


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Each IRIO can have 2 submodules, each submodule has 4 outputs so max 8 outputs on IRIOMax of 15 IRIOs in the system



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how about inputs ? can be 8 inputs combination with 8 output ? 
the sub module can be a combination type ? ( eg : tws and IR ) ? 



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The number of inputs for submodules depends on the type of submoduleThe table in the first post tels the numbers of outputs or inputsThe individual manuals for the submodules gives all he detauils



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Hi

Is the IRIO shipping yet? I checked in the UK and don't seem to see it listed for sale from one of the distributors.



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Any news?



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Yes IRIO and mist submodules are available, except for 2 submodules, the TWS for lighting and Blinds

You can try to order them frm your distributor, although they may not have it in stock yet



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it is very useful if there was 6A or 10A relays on submodules boards.
in this case we can use it directly for active or deactivate electrical loads.
 



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The ISM06 and ISM07 submodules have 10A rated relays



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ISM06 only. The ISM07 is ELV rated, 1A or less depending on the voltage being switched.



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:( oops that's right



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