Piazza design panels come in various formats. Versions with 2, 4, 6 and 8 buttons mean that the panel surface can be perfectly adapted to the functions that are required. In addition, you can chose between models with a status LED for each button or without status LED. The pushbutton panels can be directly mounted onto all standard flush-mounting boxes of Ø 60mm via two erection screws. Due to its low mounting depth of only 28mm, even shallow boxes can be used.
Functions can be clearly assigned to the buttons via a description field in which individually printed labels can be inserted. The white labels are suitable for laser printers and are light-fast, without waves and are perfectly sized. To make printing easy, a word template is available.
To make the commissioning as simple and safe as possible for the installer / system integrator, the ETS application program has been created in such a way that it can be adjusted to each device model via parameter settings.No matter whether you choose a two, four, six or eight button device, the same applies to the whole piazza family: one application for all devices.
Of course, the Piazza design panels access all standard KNX functions:
Switch On/Off /Dim
Shutters / slats adjustment
Value setting fixed/step-by-step/toggle
Set operating mode for heating
One button dimming shutters
One button shutters
A highlight of the IPAS Piazza range is that colourful RGB light emitting diodes are used for orientation and status LEDs. This makes it possible to light up each LED in six different colours. The different colour options mean that the design panels can be individually adapted to the architectural environment and the user’s taste. You can either set a fixed colour via parameter settings in the ETS or you can choose to control colours individually via a communication object.
The Piazza panels therefore offer dimmable LEDs which make it possible to adjust the light level to the surrounding environment.
In all Piazza devices the available RGB LEDs can be used effectively in order to visualise an occurring alarm. An alarm module is available which allows for the display of up three different alarms. LED colour, position and pattern can be freely chosen and assigned to the respective alarm.