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Note: This example involves the use of a ball valve servo with an auto-closing function. For servo drives with phase switching or changing the polarity of the control signal, the algorithm will be different!
Advanced electric ball valve configuration
● In the controller settings, you must select the Output to which the ball valve servo is connected and configured● Select the Gear icon (advanced settings)● Choose Invert● Click Save
Create a new automation
● In the Dashboard window, at the bottom right, you need to select Automation● To create a new automation, click on the icon “+”● In the list that appears, select Automation
A window opens with a list of all devices configured in the system
● By clicking on the "Pencil" icon in the upper right corner of the screen, you can specify the name of the automation● In the section All conditions, select the desired Water leak sensor● In the section Events - Servomotor that has to be activated● Then click on the "Arrow" in the lower right corner of the screen and go to the automation settings
● For the sensor, select an event from the list (for example, Leakage detected)● For servo - how to react to leak detection (e.g. Close)● After completing all the settings, click the "Save" icon
Each time a leak is detected, the servo will turn off the power supply. As a result, the water supply will be cut off. After eliminating the cause of the leak, the water supply can be restored by clicking on the servo card on the Dashboard.