Pascal to Lau

Discussion in 'C-Bus Automation Controllers' started by bushy, Apr 16, 2021.

  1. bushy

    bushy

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    Hi All,

    I have a program in Pascal that uses a lot of system I/O which I adjust the values via sliders. Is this possible to do in LAU as I'm new to this language.

    Thanks in advance.
     
    bushy, Apr 16, 2021
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    Ashley

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    Depends on which systemIOs you are using. The SHAC does not support a lot of the systemIO functionality of PICED.
     
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    Hi Ashley
    An example of logic below
    once (GetEnableState("BFEN_Heat_Coach Captains")= On) and
    (GetRealIBSystemIO("Measurement App Real Value", "local", 200, 1)< GetRealSystemIO("Coach Captains High Heat Set Point"))then
    begin
    SetLightingState("BF_Heat_Coach Captain High Heat", ON);
    SetLightingState("BF_Heat_Coach Captain Low Heat", ON);
    SetLightingState("BF_Heat_Coach Captain Fan", ON);
    end;

    Im using the Get real System IO as my variable which I can adjust via slider.
     
    bushy, Apr 21, 2021
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    if i am understanding correctly what you have above, the below this might get you started

    create on the lighting application ga for "Coach Captains High Heat Set Point" and set vis slider etc
    create the measurement group object in the shac for device 200, 1
    i assume the enable group already exists in shac "BFEN_Heat_Coach Captains"

    tag keyword trigger to all three objects above (or call the keyword whatever you want)

    add an event script on the keyword trigger

    if GetEnableState("BFEN_Heat_Coach Captains") then

    local temp = GetCBusMeasurement(0, 200, 1)
    local setpoint = GetLightingLevel("Coach Captains High Heat Set Point")

    if temp < setpoint then
    SetLightingState("BF_Heat_Coach Captain High Heat", true);
    SetLightingState("BF_Heat_Coach Captain Low Heat", true);
    SetLightingState("BF_Heat_Coach Captain Fan", true);
    end

    end
     
    Pie Boy, Apr 24, 2021
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