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MFC-14
Metaforsa2-Cloud.png
Output ports
Number of switched channels10
Number of dimming channels4
Peak load16 A
Max load per dimming channel0.5 A (110 W at 220 V)
Dimmer typeMOSFET
Input ports
Number of discrete inputs24
Number of digital inputs4
General
Max CAN devices50
Max CAN bus length800 m (twisted pair 5 cat)
Max current per CAN bus500 mA
Other
Supply voltage11.5...27.5 V DC
Dimentions9U, 156x110x58 mm


Introduction

METAFORSA SMART HOUSE Installation Manual describes the procedure for its installation, assembly, operation and setting. While working with the system, you must strictly comply with all the requirements set out in this manual. Failure to comply may result in damage to the device, its failure, electric shock, fire and other fallout. The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes to this manual without prior notice. This manual is an integral part of the system and shall remain with the end-use customer.

Features

  • 10 universal outputs support:
    • Light
    • NC/NO heating valves
    • Blinds
    • 1 or 2-pole gates
    • 1 or 2-pole valves
    • NC/NO locks
    • Fan coil units
  • 4 dimming outputs
  • 8 PWM outputs
  • 24 Discreet inputs that support:
    • Buttons
    • Switches
    • reed switches
    • leak sensors
    • motion detectors
  • 4 digital inputs for up to 8 temperature sensors
  • Extension port
  • Relays with AgSnO2 contacts rated for 80A 20ms inrush current
  • Cloud connection and control of all house systems
  • Voice control (Siri, Alexa, Google Home)

Safety requirements

CAUTION! All work related to the installation, connection, setting up, service and support must be carried out by qualified personnel with sufficient skills and experience in working with electrical equipment.

To avoid the risk of fire, electric shock, damage to the system and / or personal injury, the system installation and assembly must be performed in accordance with the instructions listed below:


  • all connection works must be carried out without power;
  • use appropriate tools and personal protection against electric shock;
  • do not use damaged cables, wires and connectors;
  • avoid folding of cables and wires;
  • do not pinch or kink the cables and wires by applying excessive force. Otherwise, inner conductors of the cable and wires may be stripped or broken;
  • do not use the power socket with poor contacts to connect;
  • do not exceed the load parameters limit specified in this manual;
  • the supply conductors wire section is subject to the specifications for current density limit, insulation type and wire material. Light section can result in cable overheating and fire.


When working with the system after voltage supply NEVER:

  • make connection/disconnection of connectors;
  • open modules and sensors.

System configuration and purpose

Purpose of the system

METAFORSA SMART HOUSE is a ready-made solution for automation of residential and commercial premises, hotel complexes which includes the most highly desired features of Smart House.


The device has 10 control channels, 4 dimming channels, 24 incoming sensor channels, and a digital sensors’ connection port.


Universal outputs can be used to control: Universal inputs allow you to connect:
Lighting Buttons/switching units
Socket connectors Magnetic reed switches
Underfloor heating Magnetic reed switches
Curtain/gate actuators Leakage sensors
Water supply/heating valves


Digital sensors connection port


The digital sensors connection port allows you to connect a variety of digital sensors, such as temperature sensors, ambient light, humidity and other.


Expansion port


The expansion port allows you to upgrade the system by connecting auxiliary equipment, such as the control module for LED lighting, dimming, metering devices and other elements. The package, which is completely ready-to-install, includes the basic hardware and software.

Package contents

The package comes standard with:

Mainframe METAFORSA MFC-14.А 1 pc
Power supply unit MEANWELL DR-15-12 1 pc
Motion sensor CW-MSD 3 pcs
Leakage sensor FW-WL.A 2 pcs
Temperature-sensitive element FW-TS.A 4 pcs
Magnetic reed switch (window/door position sensor) 4 pcs
Ethernet-cable noise filter 1 pc
Power supply cord 1 pc
Manual 1 pc

Basic technical specifications of the System

Table1
Specification Meaning
Output ports
Number of switched channels 10
Number of dimming channels 4
Commutation voltage 0-250 V AC/DC
Peak load (one channel) 16A
Peak load (device) 160A
Max load per dimming channel 0.5A (110W at 220V)
Max load per PWM outputs 50mA
Dimmer type MOSFET
Dimming type trailing edge
Power supply cable connection type connector
Permissible section of power supply cable to connect in socket:
single-conductor cable
multiple-conductor cable
tipped multiple-conductor cable

0.5 … 4mm2
0.5 … 4mm2
0.5 … 2.5mm2
Input ports
Number of discrete inputs 24
Number of digital inputs 4
Current maximum rating on the direct-current voltage connectors 50mA
Other
Operating ambient temperature 0 … +45°С
Storage/transportation temperature -20 … +60°С
Permissible humidity 0 … 95% (non-condensing)
Supply voltage 11.5 … 27.5 V DC
Maximum demand
Available interfaces Ethernet, CAN, OneWire
Bus type CAN (4-wire)
CAN (4-wire) 800 m* (twisted pair 5 cat)
CAN wire type FTP Cat 5E
CAN connection type connector
Digital line maximum length 30 m
Digital line wirde type UTP/FTP Cat 5E
Digital line connection type Connector RJ-12
LAN maximum length 100 m
LAN wire type UTP/FTP Cat 5E
LAN connection type Connector RJ-45
Dimensional specifications 9U, 156x110x58 mm
Shell material ABS plastic
Casing IP40
Equipment installation type DIN-rail (EN 60715)
Weight 300 g

* – installing additional power supply units is required for long lines; the maximum length of the line may be reduced by various interference factors

General structure of the System

Module general view is shown in fig. 1


Fig. 1 Module general view


1 — connector for load application and power supply
2 — connector for dimming-lamps application
3 — power connector
4 — Ethernet network connector
5-6 — connectors for digital sensors and buttons/switching units
7 — OneWire interface connector (for digital sensors)
8 — connector for expansion module.


Overview of the METAFORSA device external connectors: At the top of the casing (fig. 1) there is:


  • connector (1) — Devices connection;
  • connector (2) — Dimming lamps connection;


At the bottom of the casing (fig. 1) there is:


  • connector (3) — module power supply connection;
  • connector (4) — Ethernet network connection;
  • connectors (5-6) — four six-point connectors for digital sensors connection – motion, leakage, reed switch sensors, and *button/switching unit sensors;
  • connector (7) — OneWire digital sensors bus connection;
  • connector (8) — expansion module connection.

The physical configuration and contact point assignment of each connector are shown in table 2.


Table2
Connector Contact Assignment
Out.png 1-10 Load application (light lamps, thermal actuators, etc.)
Dimm.png D1-4, L, N Load application (dimming lamps)
Device status indicators The module status indicators are described in table 3
24vconn.png +24V
GND
+24V — module power supply by an external 24 V power supply GND — common
Rj45.jpg RJ45 Connector for LAN connectivity
Inputs.png In1-12, In13-24 GND Controlling devices connection (buttons, magnetic reed switches, motion or leakage sensors): +12V — sensor power output +12 V
In1 … In24 — logic inputs (0-12 V)
GND — common
OW.png OneWire Digital sensors connection (temperature)
VCC — sensors power supply output +5V
OW1-OW4 — OneWire data buses
GND — common
Can.jpg VCC
GND
L
H
External modules connection for CAN-bus
VСС — 12V output for external devices power supply
GND — common
L — CAN-L data bus
H — CAN-H data bus
Table3
Indicator Status Description
Bootloader mode
Top.png
Yl.png bootloader
Bot.png
R.pngR.pngR.pngDots.png Reset button is pressed
R.pngR.pngR.pngDots.png Clearing flash memory
Y.pngY.pngY.pngDots.png Network configuration
B.pngB.pngB.pngDots.png Downloading firmware
R.pngR.pngR.pngDots.png Flashing firmware
Rl.png Firmware download error
Firmware mode
Top.png
G.pngG.pngG.pngDots.png Network configuration
B.pngB.pngB.pngDots.png Identification
Gl.png Operational mode
R.png IR command received
Bot.png

Error
R.png Lost connection to server
R.pngR.png Overheat
R.pngR.pngR.png Dimming channels overload
R.pngR.pngR.pngR.png No AC power
R.pngR.pngR.pngR.pngR.png RTC error
Bot.png

Activity
Y.png CAN activity
Bg.png OW activity
M.png RS-485 activity
B.png Ethernet activity

System installation and assembly

Before connecting the system, you must:


  • site the sensor and actuators (if not pre-installed), set the sensors and actuators;
  • site the module and power supply.


Note: The module must be installed near the power supply voltage source.


CAUTION! AC power voltage must be provided to the system input through the circuit breaker assembly. It should be installed close to the power supply.
  1. The power of circuit breaker assembly must comply with the load capacity;
  2. Nothing else than the phase conductors can be connected to the module, the neutral wire is connected separately.


Typical diagram of METAFORSA MFC-14.A module connection is shown in fig. 3.

Fig. 3


Connection of the actuators

Connection of the lights/electric contactor/heating thermal actuator

lamp
Fig. 4
Such actuators as light, electric contactor, heating thermal actuator should be switched on any of the outputs 1 – 10, the neutral wire and the ground wire should be connected directly to the switchboard. The example of connection is shown in Fig.4.


Connection of high load device

Contactor Recomended contactors:
  • ABB ESB series
  • Schneider Acti 9 iCT series
  • Hager ESC series.


Connection of single-pole water/gas supply valve

Caution: Before applying power to the load, make sure that the output configuration of METAFORSA module is correct. The incorrect configuration or incorrect connection can cause the module failure and/or failure of the equipment connected to it, and even a fire.
valve
Fig. 5
The single pole water/gas supply valve is connected to any of the outputs of 1 – 10, the (neutral wire and the ground wire are connected directly to the switchboard. The example of connection is shown in Fig.5.


Connection of double-pole water/gas supply valve

Caution: Before applying power to the valve, it is necessary to ensure the output configuration of METAFORSA module is correct. The incorrect configuration can cause the voltage application simultaneously to both channels of the valve, which may result in the module failure and/or failure of the equipment connected to it, and even a fire.
valve
Fig. 6
Two adjacent contact points (for example, 3, 4) are used to connect the double-pole water/gas supply valve; in these conditions the neutral wire and the ground wire are connected directly to the switchboard. The example of connection is shown in Fig.6.


Connection of single-pole gate actuator

Caution: Before applying power to the module, you should properly configure access to the application. The contacts incorrectly configured can result in the module failure and/or failure of the equipment connected to it, and even a fire.

1pgate
Fig. 7
Any contact point (for example, 3) is used to connect the single-pole gate drive controllers. The example of connection is shown in Fig.7.


Connection of double-pole gate actuator

Caution: Before applying power to the module, you must properly configure the outputs in the application. The contacts configured incorrectly can lead to simultaneous power supply to both channels, resulting in the module failure and/or failure of the equipment connected to it, and even a fire.

2pgate
Fig. 8
Two adjacent contact points (for example, 3, 4) should be used to connect the double-pole gate drive controller. The example of connection is shown in Fig.8.


Connection of curtain/jalousie/shutter actuator with 220V force control

Caution: Before applying power to the module, you must properly configure the outputs in the application. The contacts configured incorrectly can lead to simultaneous power supply to both channels, resulting in the module failure and/or failure of the equipment connected to it, and even a fire.

Pjalousie
Fig. 9
Two adjacent contact points (for example, 3, 4) should be used to connect the curtain/jalousie/rolladens actuator, in these conditions the neutral wire and the ground wire are connected directly to the switchboard. The example of connection is shown in Fig.9.


Connection of curtain/jalousie/shutter actuator with low-voltage control

Caution: Before applying power to the module, you must properly configure the outputs in the application. The contacts configured incorrectly can lead to simultaneous power supply to both channels, resulting in the module failure and/or failure of the equipment connected to it, and even a fire.

ljalousie
Fig. 10
Two adjacent contact points (for example, 3, 4) should be used to connect the curtain/jalousie/rolladens actuator with low-voltage control. The example of connection is shown in Fig.10.

Connection of sensing elements/switches/buttons

Connection of motion sensors

The motion sensors should be connected to any free input in1-in24; in these conditions their power is connected to the contact points of +12V and GND of the relevant group. The example of connection is shown in Fig.11.

ms
Fig. 11


Connection of FW-WL.A leakage sensors

FW-WL.A leakage sensors are connected to any free input in1 – in24, in these conditions the power should be connected to +12V and GND points of the relevant group. The example of connection is shown in fig. 12.

Leak1.png

Fig12
Leak2.png

Fig13

Configuration and connection of the FW-WL.A sensor 1. Terminals:

+12V — sensor power is connected to the contact point of METAFORSA “+12V”;
OW — sensor pickup signal;
GND — common, connected to GND contact of METAFORSA.

2. Sensor preset switch (optionally):

1 — sensor sensitivity (ON – high, OFF – low);
2 — indicator colour setting (ON – blue, OFF – green).

3. LED status indicator.

Connection of buttons/switches/magnetic reed switches

Buttons and reed switches are connected to any free input in1-in24, while their second contact point is connected to GND point of the relevant METAFORSA module group, + 12V power outputs – not in use. The example of connection is shown in Fig. 14-15.

Buttons.png

Fig14 connection of buttons/switching units
Reed-sv.png

Fig15 connection of the magnetic reed switches (window/door position sensors)

Connection of digital sensors

The OW adapter (Fig. 16a) is supplied along with METAFORSA module with the possibility to connect up to 8 digital sensors to it. In these conditions, several devices can be connected to one channel (Fig. 16b). The connected sensors are detected automatically and do not require any original setting.

Ow1Conn.png

Fig16 a
Ow2Conn.png

Fig16 b

Configuration and connection of the OW adapter

Caution: Ensure the connection is correct. The incorrect connection may cause sensor and/or module malfunction.

Connection of RGB and LED.

MFC has new function – switching inputs to LED outputs (in15-in18; in21-in24). MFC RGB CONNECT.png

HW example for this configuration:

1hw="in='--------------RRRR--RRRR' rgb='RGBLLLLL'"


Connection of auxiliary equipment.

Expansion modules include Larnitech equipment connected through the CAN-bus. Such equipment includes: dimmers, RGB-backlit control modules, multimode sensors, etc. The equipment connected to the expansion port is defined automatically and does not require any preset tuning. Connector contact pin assignment is defined in Table 4. The example of connection is shown in Fig. 17.

Canex.png
Caution! The 120 ohm terminating resistors should be installed at the end connectors between L and H contact points of CAN-bus. Ensure the connection is correct. The incorrect connection may cause sensor and/or module malfunction.

Module installation and connection procedure

ATTENTION! You must precisely follow the recommendations listed in the Security Requirements section hereof.
  1. Install the module in the switchboard on the DIN-rail and fix it with the special latch on the module base.
  2. Fasten the supply unit on the left side of the module.
  3. Connect the connector (4) having the noise filter pre-installed which is supplied complete with the module.
  4. Connect the connectors (5), (6).
  5. Connect the connectors (1), (2).
  6. Connect the connector (3).
  7. Apply power to the supply unit of METAFORSA module.
  8. Wait until the module is loaded, then configure it in accordance with the System Setup Instructions.
  9. Apply power to the connectors (1), (2).
  10. Check all equipment for proper operation.

METAFORSA module shut-off and deinstallation procedure

  1. De-energize the module by disconnecting the circuit breaker assembly of the load power supply and METAFORSA module supply unit. Verify the voltage is absent on the terminals (1), (2) of the connector wires and on the input terminals of the supply unit.
  2. Disconnect the load power supply connectors (1), (2).
  3. Disconnect the connector (3).
  4. Disconnect the connectors (4)-(6).
  5. Remove the module from the DIN-rail, releasing the latch at the bottom of the module base.

Hardware setup

To configure and control METAFORSA SMART HOUSE, you must install Larnitech software on your smartphone or tablet, which is available in App Store and Play Market. After installation, follow the System Setup Instructions.

Fault diagnostics and handling

The following are some possible faults and ways of fault handling. If you have any difficulty, or face the fault undeclared here, please contact the Technical Support: [1] or [support@larnitech.com]. There are also some tips in the FAQ section at our website [2].

The actuators do not operate:

  • ensure the outputs are properly configured in the application (see System Setup Instructions);
  • check the connection is correct in accordance with table 2 and paragraph 3.6;
  • ensure the power is supplied to the input power contact , i.e. all circuit breaker assembly are ON.
  • verify the operability of the connected equipment.

The module is off, indication absent:

  • check the connection to 24V supply unit as shown in table 2 (contacts pin assignment);
  • check the connection of the supply unit to 220V power mains, the indicator should be ON.

Network connection fault:

  • ensure the Ethernet cable is properly wired and connected to the connector;
  • ensure the LED status indicators are ON on the Ethernet connector;
  • check the LAN configuration is correct, Ethernet cable loops are absent;
  • METAFORSA module and the device you are connecting from are in the same network.

hold integer 0-10000 1-10 by default hold is the same as runtime hold is the bridging time in miliseconds, is used for gate and jalousie, lock; Example: hold=3500


The sensors do not operate:

  • ensure the inputs are properly configured in the application (System Setup Instructions);
  • check the connection is correct in accordance with table 2 and paragraph 3.7;
  • ensure the METAFORSA module is ON: circuit breaker assembly is closed, indication on the supply unit is ON, the module indication corresponds to the operating status – table 3;
  • check the power supply availability on the sensors;
  • check the integrity of lines laid to the sensors.

The auxiliary equipment does not operate:

  • check the connection is correct in accordance with table 2 and paragraph 3.8-9;
  • ensure the METAFORSA module is ON: circuit breaker assembly is closed, indication on the supply unit is ON, the module indication corresponds to the operating status – table 3;
  • check the integrity of the CAN lines, voltage supply on the modules.


HW Settings

Name Type, range SUBID Default Description
runtime integer 0-100 1-10 15 runtime is the open/close time in seconds, is used for jalousie, gate, valve(2 pole);


Example: runtime=15

runtimeopen integer 0-60000 Blinds subId Runtimeopen is the open time in milliseconds, is used for blinds; Example: runtimeopen=15000
runtimeclose integer 0-60000 Blinds subId Runtimeclose is the close time in milliseconds, is used for blinds; Example: runtimeclose=15000
hold integer 0-10000 1-10 500 hold is the bridging time in milliseconds, is used for gate and jalousie (by default hold is the same as runtime for jalousie and gate), lock; Example: hold=3500
def string 'ON' 1-10 'OFF' def is the element status is set after restart, is used for lamp, heating, valve(1 pole); Example: def='ON'
stop Char ‘R’ 1-7 (for 2-pole gate and blinds) If it is declared then by Stop command during the motion, the same impulse appears as it was at the beginning of the motion. Pole, an which the stop-impules is formed, is defined by the parameter Stop value. If it is ‘r’ or ‘R’ then stop-impulse is produced on the opposite to the start-impulse pole. If any other value is delcared (e.g., ‘d’ ) then the stop-impulse is on the same pole. If a Runtime passed after the beginning of the motion then the stop-impulse is not formed. Example: stop=’r’
out char[10] 98 'LLLLHHHHP-' Each char is responsible for the type of a particular channel
  • 'L'-Lamp;
  • 'M'-Lamp Inverse;
  • 'J'-Heating NO, valve-heating, normally open;
  • 'H'-Heating NC, valve-heating, normally closed;
  • 'B'-Blinds (2 pole), jalousie/curtains;
  • 'C'-Blinds Inverse (2 pole), jalousie/curtains, invert open-close;
  • 'G'-Gate (2 pole), 2 pole gate;
  • 'D'-Gate (2 pole) Inverse, 2 pole gate, invert open-close;
  • 'X'-Gate (1 pole /short press), 1 pole gate;
  • 'Z'-Gate (1 pole) Inverse, 1 pole gate, invert open-close;
  • 'V'-Valve (2 pole), 2 pole valve;
  • 'W'-Valve (2 pole) Inverse, 2 pole valve, invert open-close;
  • 'R'-Valve (1 pole), 1 pole valve,;
  • 'S'-Valve (1 pole) Inverse, 1 pole valve, invert open-close;
  • 'K'-Lock (short press);
  • 'N'-Lock (short press) Inverse;
  • 'P'-Blinds (2 pole);
  • 'O'-Blinds Inverse (2 pole), invert open-close;
  • 'F'-FanCoil. Group1 (Lamp Toggle). For fancoil speed control;
  • 'E'-FanCoil. Group2 (Lamp Toggle). For fancoil speed control;
  • 'Q'-FanCoil. Group3 (Lamp Toggle). For fancoil speed control;
  • 'U'-FanCoil. Group4 (Lamp Toggle). For fancoil speed control;
  • 'I'-FanCoil. Group5 (Lamp Toggle). For fancoil speed control;
  • '-'-none, nothing is connected.

Example: out='LLB-G-V-W-'

dm char[4] 98 ‘LLLL’ Each char is responsible for the type of a particular channel
  • ‘g’ – use like halogen dimer-lamp
  • ‘s’ – Soft Switch, lamp, when on/off power is supplied/deenergised smoothly (500msec)
  • ‘k’ – Switch, lamp, when on/off power is supplied/deenergised immediately
  • ‘l’ – LED Function, dimmable LED lamps
  • ‘v’ – linear Function of dimming
  • ‘-‘ – Channel disabled
  • ‘+’ – Regular channel

Example: dm=’skl-‘

def integer 0-250 11-14 100 The default brightness level in case of a power reset (1..250). Example: def=250
min integer 0-100 11-14 0 Minimum dimming level, example: min=10
max integer 0-100 11-14 100 Maximum dimming level, example max=95
start integer 0-100 11-14 0 The Start function is used for lamps that lack the minimal voltage to get turned on. If the set value is lower than the start value, the lamp is turned on at the start value and them the light is dimmed down to the set level. Example: start=60
force integer 0-100 11-14 10 Time duration of the starting value (measured in milliseconds). Example: force=20
runtime integer 0-60000 11-14 1000 Runtime is the speed of changing the brightness from ‘min’ to ‘max’ (measured in milliseconds). Example: runtime=1000
offset integer (+/- 0…39) 39-46 '0' sensor values offset; For example, offset is -3.8 :

Example: hw="offset='-3.8'"

in char[24] 98 'BBBBBBBBBBBBMMMLLLKKKKKK' Each char is responsible for the type of a particular channel
  • 'B'-Button;
  • 'C'-nButton;
  • 'S'-Switch;
  • 'K'-Contact;
  • 'H'-nContact;
  • ‘L’-Leak, Built-in floor (EW-WL) or on-the-floor (FW-WL) leakage sensor
  • ‘N’-Third party leakage sensor;
  • 'M'-Motion, ​motion sensor;
  • 'V'-nMotion, motion sensor;
  • 'R' (avaliable on in15-in18; in21-in24) LED outputs
  • '-'-none

Example: in='MMMMMMMMMMMMLLLLLLLLLLLL' 12 motion sensors and 12 leak-sensors; in='BBBBBBBBSSSSSSRRRRSSRRRR' 8 buttons; 8 switches and 8 LED channels.

rgb char[8] 98 'RGBLRGBL' Each char is responsible for the type of a particular channel selected as 'R' in inputs
  • RGB – rgb lamp (avaliable only on in15-in17; in21-in23)
  • L – dimmer-lamp (avaliable only on in15-in18; in21-in24)

Example: hw="in='BBBBBBBBSSSSSSRRRRSSRRRR' rgb='RGBLLLLL'"

 1<item addr="339:1" auto-period="600" cfgid="40" hw="def='ON'" name="Lamp" type="lamp" uniq_id="3779"> 
 2<item addr="339:2" cfgid="40" hw="def='ON'" name="Radiator" type="valve-heating" uniq_id="3780"> 
 3    <automation name="Eco" temperature-level="16" uniq_id="3781"/> 
 4    <automation name="Comfort" temperature-level="22" uniq_id="3782"/> 
 5    <automation name="Hot" temperature-level="25" uniq_id="3783"/> 
 6</item> 
 7<item addr="339:3" cfgid="40" hw="runtime=9" name="Jalousie" sub-type="120" type="jalousie" uniq_id="32"/> 
 8<item addr="339:5" cfgid="40" hw="runtime=13" name="Gate" sub-type="120" type="gate" uniq_id="3784"/> 
 9<item addr="339:7" cfgid="40" hw="hold=4600" name="Gate" sub-type="120" type="gate" uniq_id="3785"/> 
10<item addr="339:8" cfgid="40" hw="runtime=10" name="Valve" type="valve" uniq_id="3786"/> 
11<item addr="339:11" cfgid="40" name="Motion" type="motion-sensor" uniq_id="17"/> 
12<item addr="339:12" cfgid="40" name="Motion" type="motion-sensor" uniq_id="18"/> 
13<item addr="339:13" cfgid="40" name="Motion" type="motion-sensor" uniq_id="19"/> 
14<item addr="339:16" cfgid="40" name="Leak" type="leak-sensor" uniq_id="21"/> 
15<item addr="339:17" cfgid="40" name="Leak" type="leak-sensor" uniq_id="41"/> 
16<item addr="339:19" cfgid="40" name="Switch" type="switch" uniq_id="22"/> 
17<item addr="339:20" cfgid="40" name="Switch" type="switch" uniq_id="23"/> 
18<item addr="339:21" cfgid="40" name="Switch" type="switch" uniq_id="24"/> 
19<item addr="339:22" cfgid="40" name="Switch" type="switch" uniq_id="25"/> 
20<item addr="339:23" cfgid="40" name="Door" type="door-sensor" uniq_id="26"/>
21<item addr="339:24" cfgid="40" name="Door" type="door-sensor" uniq_id="27"/> 
22<item addr="339:25" cfgid="40" name="Door" type="door-sensor" uniq_id="28"/> 
23<item addr="339:26" cfgid="40" name="Door" type="door-sensor" uniq_id="29"/> 
24<item addr="339:30" cfgid="40" name="Temperature" type="temperature-sensor" uniq_id="3772"/> 
25<item addr="339:31" cfgid="40" name="Temperature" type="temperature-sensor" uniq_id="3773"/> 
26<item addr="339:32" cfgid="40" name="Temperature" type="temperature-sensor" uniq_id="3774"/> 
27<item addr="339:33" cfgid="40" hw="offset='-10.8'" name="Temperature" type="temperature-sensor" uniq_id="3775"/> 
28<item addr="339:34" cfgid="40" hw="offset='25.1'" name="Temperature" type="temperature-sensor" uniq_id="3776"/> 
29<item addr="339:35" cfgid="40" name="Temperature" type="temperature-sensor" uniq_id="3777"/> 
30<item addr="339:36" cfgid="40" name="Temperature" type="temperature-sensor" uniq_id="3778"/> 
31<item addr="339:98" cfgid="40" hw="out='LHB-G-XV--' in='MMM--LL-BBBBKKKK'" name="Temperature" system="yes" type="temperature-sensor" uniq_id="30"/>