A scenario is a set of appropriate combinations of commands, controls and integrated system adjustments, also alternated by timings that can be recalled graphically or through logic, planning and events.
Thanks to Delégo, the user can create one or more scenarios in complete autonomy, without having to ask for an intervention from the programmer or installer.The simplest scenarios are those that are recalled with a single command, when you exit and re-enter the house, however, it is also possible to interpose between the command actions of a scenario one or more standby commands, which delay the execution of subsequent actions and thus allow you to create sequences articulated over time.
Whether you are looking for comfort, safety or atmosphere, there is virtually no limit to the scenarios that can be realized with Delégo.
This function allows you to create a scenario according to your needs, inserting all the actions chosen among the various functions that Delégo offers. (lighting, motorizations, thermoregulation etc..)
Once the different functions are associated to a scenario, the user, through the "Capture" button, can store their status, making it even more convenient to configure or modify the scenarios.
In this way, the user can, for example, turn on the lights and bring them to the desired intensity, operate the shutters and decide the desired temperature of the area: with a simple click he can create the new scenario and can call it up through the command on the app. Another useful feature for the user are the programmable delays that can be easily inserted between one action and the next.
The options available in the menu are:
The scenario created with Delégo can easily be synchronized on the Ekinex cloud and executed by voice command given to an Amazon or Google smart-speaker in the house (example, "Alexa, run turn off home").
Scenarios can be managed entirely by the user in the visualization environment (desktop and/or mobile app) or alternatively also by the system integrator in the configuration environment. In this case, the scenarios are custom command sequences, interspersed with timings, which may or may not be enabled for the user or protected from unintentional modification or deletion. The sequences can also be recalled in an advanced configuration by logic functions and time programs.