DOT family tag


Wiring and powering of the Ampio installation

A guide that describes the basics of connecting the Ampio modules in a smart building installation.

Last update October 13, 2022, tags: Installation, DIN rail modules, DOT family, RDN family, Wall switch

Buzzer notifications in M-DOT modules

M-DOT touch panels can generate a buzzing sound. This guide shows an example of configuring such settings.

Last update October 13, 2022, tags: DOT family, Configuration, Smart Home configurator

Uploading icons to M-DOT panels

Instructions on how to edit icons for touch panels with a display.

Last update July 28, 2022, tags: DOT family, Smart Home configurator

Ampio Panel Creator

Panel Creator is an app that allows designing glass touch panels to navigate system functionalities.

Last update June 15, 2022, tags: Automations, DOT family, Personalisation, Touch panels, Wall switch

M-DOT-M6: 6-fields touch panel module with a display MDOT-M4, MDOT-M4+

Module M-DOT-M6 is a component of the Ampio system. Required voltage to power the module is 11 — 16V DC. The module is controlled via CAN bus. The module has six sensor fields, a display supporting the functionality of swipeable screens, and a 1-Wire interface.

Last update April 8, 2022, tags: Ampio CAN modules, DOT family, Sensors, Dallas 18B20, Input modules, Display, Data visualisation, Wall switch, Touch panels, Personalisation

Displaying the temperature on the touch panel's screen

Touch panels with a built-in display can show both the current temperature, as well as the room’s set temperature using one object. The following guide describes how such a functionality should be configured.

Last update April 5, 2022, tags: Smart Home configurator, Display, RT family, DOT family, Temperature control

M-DOT-GEST: Gesture recognition module MGEST-1

Module M-DOT-GEST is a component of the Ampio system. Required voltage to power the module is 11 — 16V DC. The module is controlled via CAN bus. The module recognises hand gestures made in the proximity of its surface, as well as touch gestures on the glass front.

Last update February 23, 2022, tags: Ampio CAN modules, DOT family, Wall switch, Sensors, Dallas 18B20, Input modules

M-DOT-9: 9-fields touch panel module

Module M-DOT-9 is a component of the Ampio system. Required voltage to power the module is 11 — 16V DC. The module is controlled via CAN bus. The module has nine sensor fields and a 1-Wire interface. Sensor fields The touch panel sensor fields are capacitive buttons located behind the glass pane, which is the front of the module.

Last update February 23, 2022, tags: Ampio CAN modules, DOT family, Sensors, Dallas 18B20, Input modules, Wall switch, Touch panels, Personalisation, Access control

M-DOT-6: 6-fields touch panel module with a display

Module M-DOT-6 is a component of the Ampio system. Required voltage to power the module is 11 — 16V DC. The module is controlled via CAN bus. The module has six sensor fields, a display and a 1-Wire interface. Sensor fields The touch panel sensor fields are capacitive buttons located behind the glass pane, which is the front of the module.

Last update February 23, 2022, tags: Ampio CAN modules, DOT family, Sensors, Dallas 18B20, Input modules, Display, Data visualisation, Wall switch, Touch panels, Personalisation

M-DOT-4: 4-fields touch panel module

Module M-DOT-4 is a component of the Ampio system. Required voltage to power the module is 11 — 16V DC. The module is controlled via CAN bus. The module has four sensor fields and a 1-Wire interface. Sensor fields The touch panel sensor fields are capacitive buttons located behind the glass pane, which is the front of the module.

Last update February 23, 2022, tags: Ampio CAN modules, DOT family, Sensors, Dallas 18B20, Input modules, Wall switch, Touch panels, Personalisation