A typical room stands for a number of rooms in a building that have the same use and comparable room parameters.
To import a relux project in order to save time, click on the "Import a relux project" symbol
Calling this up starts the file selection dialog which is used to search for and adopt the corresponding files with the ending *.rdf.
In an additional selection menu, it is possible to specify which rooms are to be adopted from a Relux project.
In general, all scenes (rooms) can be imported, but here it makes sense to import the specific room types (e.g 40 rooms in a project, whereas 20 of them are identical).
By selecting OK you can now insert all the rooms from the Relux project into ReluxEnergyCH.
Note: Alternatively, you can find this dialog by calling up the menu: Extras - Relux Projekt importieren (import Relux project). The key combination Ctrl + I will also open the dialog.
When the rooms are imported from ReluxDesktop, a typischer Raum (typical room) – Form 2 – and an entry in the Raumbuch (room book) – Form 4 – will automatically be created.
At the same time, the Leuchten (luminaires) will also be included in the luminaires list – Form 3.
All the information taken over from Relux will be marked with the symbol .
The Pflichtfeld Standardnutzung (compulsory box for 'standard use') contains the standard uses as per SIA Information Sheet 2024.
The standard uses are allocated a fixed Beleuchtungsstärke (illuminance) and Nutzungsstunden (hours of use).
Allocate the Standardnutzung (standard use) to the individual rooms, as shown on the lower Fig. above.
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