Has 7 outputs for connecting loads and 12 inputs for connecting
various sensors/buttons.


  • 7 universal outputs support:
    • Lights
    • NC/NO heating valves
    • Blinds
    • 1 or 2-pole gates
    • 1 or 2-pole valves
    • NC/NO locks
    • Fan coil units
  • 12 Discreet inputs that support:
    • Buttons
    • Switches
    • Reed switches
    • Leak sensors
    • Motion detectors
  • 4 digital inputs for up to 8 temperature sensors


DWG file


Example of connection.

Module dimensions

Internal layout

OW pinout

Module parameters

Parameter name Value
Outputs channels qty 7
Discrete input channels qty 12
Digital line maximum length 30 m
Digital input channels qty 4
Input voltage 0-250 V
Current type AC/DC
Max load per channel 8A
Max load per group 20A
Power supply 11.5 … 27.5 V DC from CAN
Max current(24V) 140 mA
BUS type CAN
Equipment installation type DIN rail (EN 60715)
Case material ABS
Protection IP40
Temperature range -10 … +50 °C
Size 6U, 105x110x58 mm
Weight 255 g

Connectivity recommendations

In order to protect the actuator and loads connected to it, installing a circuit breaker is recommended.
The nominal value of the circuit breaker should be calculated based on the maximum total load of connected
devices and at the same time should not significantly exceed the maximum permissible characteristics of the actuator.
Depending on the requirements, you can use one circuit breaker for one actuator (it is recommended, see Fig. 1)
or one circuit breaker per each group of connected loads (see Fig. 2), or, if necessary, a separate circuit breaker can be installed
for each load (see Fig. 3)

Connection of actuators

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.
If free (unused) channels remain in a given group after a curtain/jalousie/shutter actuator with low-voltage control or gate actuator has been connected to it, these channels need to be left unused. (Do not connect other devices to them!)

Connection of the lights/electric contactor/heating thermal actuator

Sample HW for this configuration


Connection of high load device

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

Sample HW for this configuration


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

Sample HW for this configuration


Connection of single-pole gate actuator

Sample HW for this configuration


Connection of double-pole gate actuator

Sample HW for this configuration


Connection of single-pole water/gas supply valve

Sample HW for this configuration


Connection of double-pole water/gas supply valve

Sample HW for this configuration


Connection of fancoil control unit

Sample HW for this configuration



Indication of module operation.

Indicator Status Description
Power Power
Power not available
Activity Transferring data
No data transferring
Error No errors


The device blinks once every two seconds. The data has not been transferred via the CAN bus for at least 5 minutes.

Module installation and connection procedure

  1. Connect the outputs.
  2. Connect the inputs.
  3. Connect the Can connector.
  4. Configure the module using LT setup.
  5. Apply power to the load
  6. Check all equipment for proper operation.

Module shut-off and deinstallation procedure

  1. Disconnect the power from the load
  2. Disconnect the CAN connector.
  3. Disconnect the inputs.
  4. Disconnect the outputs.


HW Settings

Name Type, range SUBID Default Description
runtime integer 0-100 1-7 15 runtime is the open/close time in seconds, is used for jalousie, gate, valve(2 pole); Example: runtime=15
hold integer 0-10000 1-7 500 hold is the bridging time in miliseconds, is used for gate and jalousie (by default hold is the same as runtime), lock; Example: hold=3500
def string 'ON' 1-7 '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[7] 98 'HHHHHHH' 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, jalousie/curtains(2 pole);
  • ‘C’-Blinds Inverse, jalousie/curtains, invert open-close(2 pole);
  • ‘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;
  • ‘F’-FanCoil. Group1 (Lamp Toggle). For fancoil speed control; (for 1-6 channel)
  • ‘E’-FanCoil. Group2 (Lamp Toggle). For fancoil speed control; (for 1-6 channel)
  • ‘Q’-FanCoil. Group3 (Lamp Toggle). For fancoil speed control; (for 1-6 channel)
  • ‘U’-FanCoil. Group4 (Lamp Toggle). For fancoil speed control; (for 1-6 channel)
  • ‘I’-FanCoil. Group5 (Lamp Toggle). For fancoil speed control; (for 1-6 channel)
  • ‘-‘-none, nothing is connected.


offset float SubID of OW temperature sensors '0' [+/- 0..39] – sensor values offset;
For example, offset is -3.8 :

in char[12] 98 'KKKKKKKKKKKK' Each char is responsible for the type of a particular channel

  • ‘B’-Button;
  • ‘C’-Inverted button;
  • ‘S’-Switch;
  • ‘K’-Contact;
  • ‘H’-Inverted contact;
  • 'L'-Leak, Built-in floor (EW-WL) or on-the-floor (FW-WL) leakage sensor
  • 'N'-Third party leakage sensor;
  • ‘M’-Motion, ​motion sensor;
  • ‘-‘-none




<item addr="479:1" auto-period="600" cfgid="42" name="Lamp" type="lamp" uniq_id="145" hw="def='ON'"/>
<item addr="479:2" cfgid="42" name="Radiator" type="valve-heating" uniq_id="146" hw="def='ON'">
  <automation name="Eco" temperature-level="16" uniq_id="147"/>
  <automation name="Comfort" temperature-level="22" uniq_id="148"/>
  <automation name="Hot" temperature-level="25" uniq_id="149"/>
<item addr="479:3" cfgid="42" name="Gate" sub-type="120" type="gate" uniq_id="150" hw="runtime=25"/>
<item addr="479:5" cfgid="42" name="Jalousie" sub-type="120" type="jalousie" uniq_id="151" hw="runtime=50"/>
<item addr="479:7" cfgid="42" name="Valve" type="valve" uniq_id="152" hw="def='ON'"/>
<item addr="479:11" cfgid="42" name="Switch" type="switch" uniq_id="153"/>
<item addr="479:12" cfgid="42" name="Switch" type="switch" uniq_id="154"/>
<item addr="479:13" cfgid="42" name="Door" type="door-sensor" uniq_id="133"/>
<item addr="479:14" cfgid="42" name="Door" type="door-sensor" uniq_id="134"/>
<item addr="479:15" cfgid="42" name="Leak" type="leak-sensor" uniq_id="155"/>
<item addr="479:16" cfgid="42" name="Leak" type="leak-sensor" uniq_id="156"/>
<item addr="479:17" cfgid="42" name="Motion" type="motion-sensor" uniq_id="157"/>
<item addr="479:18" cfgid="42" name="Door" type="door-sensor" uniq_id="138"/>
<item addr="479:20" cfgid="42" name="Door" type="door-sensor" uniq_id="140"/>
<item addr="479:21" cfgid="42" name="Motion" type="motion-sensor" uniq_id="158"/>
<item addr="479:97" cfgid="42" name="Temperature" system="yes" type="temperature-sensor" uniq_id="143"/>
<item addr="479:98" cfgid="42" hw="out='LHG-B-R' in='CSKHLNMK-KM-'" name="Temperature" system="yes" type="temperature-sensor" uniq_id="144"/>