Wireless actuator Dimmer switch controller FSG71/1

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Wireless actuator
Dimmer switch controller
FSG71/1-10V for
electronic ballast units 1-10 V
Only skilled electricians may install
this electrical equipment otherwise
there is the risk of fire or electric
shock!
Every change in state and incoming
central command telegrams are confirmed by a wireless telegram. This wireless telegram can be taught-in in other
actuators, in universal displays FUA55
and in the GFVS software. The current
dimming value is also displayed in % in
the GFVS-Software.
Function rotary switches
Temperature at mounting location:
-20°C up to +50°C.
Storage temperature: -25°C up to +70°C.
Relative humidity:
annual average value <75%.
Dimmer switch controller for electronic
ballast units 1-10V, 1 NO contact not
potentialfree 600VA and 1-10 V control
output 40 mA. With adjustable minimum
brightness and dimming speed. With
switching operation for light alarm clocks,
children's rooms and snooze function as
well as constant light regulation and
master-slave mode. Also with light scene
control by PC or wireless pushbuttons.
Encrypted wireless, bidirectional wireless
and repeater function are switchable.
Only 1.4 watt standby loss.
Mounting in the 230 V power supply
cord, e.g. in false ceilings and lamps.
146 mm long, 46 mm wide and 31mm
deep.
Zero passage switching with soft ON
and soft OFF to protect lamps.
Also adapted for LED driver with 1-10 V
passive interface, without voltage source
up to 0.6 mA, above this value an additional voltage source is necessary.
The brightness level is stored on switchoff (memory).
In case of a power failure the switch
position and the brightness stage are
stored and may be switched on when
the power supply is restored.
Encrypted sensors can be taught in.
You can switch on bidirectional wireless and/or a repeater function.
Every change in state and incoming
central command telegrams are con
The minimum brightness (fully dimmed)
is adjustable with the %
rotary
switch.
The dimming speed is adjustable using
the dimming speed rotary switch.
The load is switched on and off by a
bistable relay at output EVG. Switching
capacity for fluorescent lamps or LV
halogen lamps with EVG 600VA.
By using a bistable relay coil power
loss and heating is avoided even in the
on mode.
After installation, wait for short automatic
synchronisation before the switched
consumer is connected to the mains.
The pushbuttons can be taught-in
either as direction pushbuttons or
universal pushbuttons: As a direction
pushbutton, press up is brighter and
press down is darker respectively above
short pressing means switch ON and
below short pressing switch OFF. A double
click above activates automatic updimming until full brightness with dim
speed. A double click below activates
snooze function. The children's room
function will be realized with the upper
switch.
As a universal pushbutton, change the
direction by briefly releasing the pushbutton. With switching operation for
children's rooms and snooze function.
Light alarm circuit: An appropriately
taught-in timer wireless signal starts the
wake-up function by switching on the
lighting at lowest brightness and slowly
dimming up to maximum brightness over
a period of 30 minutes. Briefly tip the
pushbutton (e.g. a hand-held wireless
transmitter) to stop dim-up. Light alarm
circuit is not possible in EC positions.
Switching operation for children's rooms,
if activated:
If the light is switched on by holding
down the pushbutton (universal pushbutton or direction pushbutton above), it
starts at the lowest brightness level after
approx. 1 second and dims up slowly as
long as the pushbutton is held down.
The last saved brightness level is not
modified.
Snooze function, if activated:
(universal pushbutton or direction pushbutton below): With a double impulse the
lighting is dimmed down from the current
dimming position to the minimum brightness level and switched off. The current
dimming position as well as the adjustable minimum brightness level determine
the dimming time (max. = 30 minutes)
which can be reduced as required. It can
be switched off at any time by short-time
control commands during the lighting is
dimmed down.
Light scenes on the PC are set and
retrieved using the Wireless Visualisation
and Control Software GFVS. One or
several FSG71 devices must be taught in
on the PC as dimming switches with
percentage brightness values.
'ON side' direction pushbutton:
Short commands switch on (with memory
value). Permanent activation changes
brightness to maximum. When switched
on with a long press of the pushbutton,
the children's room circuit is activated
without changing the last brightness level
saved. Double-click to activate automatic
dim-up to max. brightness without
changing the last brightness level saved.
Tip briefly to stop automatic dim-up.
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Tip briefly to stop automatic dim up.
'OFF side' direction pushbutton:
Short control commands switch off.
Continuous activation changes brightness
to minimum. Double-click to activate
sleep timer. Tip briefly at any time during
dim-down process to switch off.
'On and Off' universal pushbutton:
Short commands switch on and off (with
memory value). Continuous activation
changes brightness up to min. or max.
brightness. If you interrupt activation, it
changes the dimming direction. When
switched on with a long press of the
pushbutton, the children’s room circuit is
activated without changing the last
brightness level saved. Double-impulse
to activate sleep timer. Tip briefly at any
time during dim-down process to switch
off.
Wireless pushbutton Central ON:
The impulse length is not important.
The pushbutton switches on with the
memory value.
Wireless pushbutton Central OFF:
The impulse length is not important.
The pushbutton switches off.
Staircase light pushbutton:
The staircase light pushbutton switches
on with a memory value and starts an
RV time of 2 minutes at the end of which
the device switches off. Press the pushbutton again to restart.
FTK as NO contact:
When the window is opened, the light is
switched on.
When the window is closed, the light is
switched off.
FTK as NC contact:
When the window is opened, the light is
switched off.
When the window is closed, the light is
switched on.
FBH as Master: (automatic brightness
control off) When a wireless motionbrightness sensor FBH is taught-in, the
switching threshold is defined by the
lower rotary switch during teach-in. The
switching threshold switches on the
lighting with memory value depending
on the brightness (in addition to motion)
(from approx. 30 lux in OFF position to
approx. 300 lux in ON position). When
the FBH in taught-in in the ON position,
it is only evaluated as a motion detector.
A time delay of 1 minute is a fixed setting
in the FBH.
By switching-off or dimming with pushbutton, the FBH is deactivated.
Central pushbutton, scene pusbhbutton
and 'dimming value' by PC also lead to
deactivation. A short press on the
switch-on side of the direction pushbutton, the FBH is reactivated.
FBH as Slave:
The FBH is only evaluated as motion
detector.
FAH as Master: (automatic brightness
control off) When a wireless brightness
sensor FAH is taught-in, the switching
threshold is defined by the lower rotary
button during teach-in. The switching
threshold switches the lighting off
depending on the brightness. Switch-on
is only possible by pressing the pushbutton.
FAH as twilight switch: (automatic
brightness control off) When a wireless
brightness sensor FAH is taught-in, the
switching threshold is defined by the
lower rotary switch during teach-in. The
switching threshold switches the lighting
on or off depending on the brightness
(from approx. 0lux in OFF position to
approx. 50lux in ON position). If the
brightness threshold is undershot,
switch-on uses the memory value.
Switch-off takes place at a brightness of
>200lux.
FAH as twilight dimmer: (automatic
brightness control off) When a wireless
brightness sensor FAH is taught-in, the
minimum dimming value is defined in %
by the lower rotary switch. The switching
threshold is the value to which the lighting is dimmed down in darkness (OFF =
minimum dimming value to ON = maximum dimming value). If the brightness
undershoots a fixed limit, switch-on
takes place at maximum dimming value.
If the brightness drops, the dimming value
is also reduced.
When the brightness rises again, the
dimming value also increases. If the
brightness exceeds the fixed limit, the
lighting is switched off.
Constant light control with FIH65B:
(The automatic brightness control automatically switches on when teaching in
(The automatic brightness control auto
matically switches on when teaching-in
of the FIH65B) The required brightness
is adjusted by a pushbutton, then the
first received brightness value of the
FIH65B is the target brightness, it is
maintained constant automatically by
the FSG71 by incoming brightness values of the FIH65B. After each change in
brightness (dimming) with pushbutton,
the subsequently received brightness
value of FIH65B will be the new target
brightness. If the target brightness is
adjusted with a 'direction pushbutton for
target brightness', this is fixed, a change
in brightness with the pushbutton is then
overruled by the fixed target brightness.
If additionally a FBH is taught-in as a
slave, it is switched on when motion
and target brightness are fallen short
and switched off when not in motion or
target brightness is exceeded. By switching off with pushbutton, the automatic
control by FBH or FIH is disabled.
Central pushbutton, scene pushbutton
and 'dimming value' by PC also lead to
deactivation. The automatic control is
reactivead by a short press on the
switch-on side of the direction pushbutton.
Storing of target brightness:
Press 'direction pushbutton for target
brightness' above. The current brightness that has been sent from the FIH65B
is stored.
Deletion of target brightness:
Press 'direction pushbutton for target
brighntess' below.
The red LED accompanies the teach-in
process and indicates control commands
in operation by flashing briefly.
The green LED flashes briefly when a
confirmation telegram is sent.
in the power supply unit.
The teach-in memory is empty on delivery
from the factory. If you are unsure whether
the teach-in memory contains something
or not, you must first clear the memory
contents completely:
Set the middle rotary switch to CLR. The
LED flashes at a high rate. Within the
next 10 seconds, turn the upper rotary
switch three times to the right stop (turn
clockwise) and then turn back away
from the stop. The LED stops flashing
and goes out after 2 seconds. All taughtin sensors are cleared.
Typical connection
Technical data
Fluorescent lamp or
low voltage halogen lamp
with electronic ballast units
Standby loss
(active power)
600 VA
1.4 W
For the control from several LED drivers
with 1-10V passive interface, an additional
voltage source is necessary, this can be
the power supply unit SNT12-230 V/12 V
DC-0.5 A or SNT61-230 V/12 V DC-0.5 A,
in both cases a 1kOhm resistor is necessary.
Example of connecting with an
additional voltage source
Teaching-in wireless sensors in wireless actuators
All sensors must be taught-in in the
actuators so that they can detect and
execute commands.
Teaching-in actuator FSG71/1-10 V
Before starting the teach-in pro! cess, connect the device and plug
in the power supply unit.
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Clear individual taught-in sensors in the
same way as in the teach-in procedure,
except that you set the middle rotary
switch to CLR instead of LRN, and
operate the sensor. The LED previously
flashing at a high rate goes out.
Clear device configuration:
Set the middle rotary switch to CLR. The
red LED flashes at a high rate. Within the
next 10 seconds, turn the upper rotary
switch six times to the left stop (turn
anticlockwise) and away again. The red
LED goes out. The factory settings are
restored.
Teaching-in sensors:
Teaching-in sensors:
A total of 120 memory locations are
available.
1. Set the top rotary switch to the
required teach-in function.
1 = Timer as wake-up light;
teach in FIH65B, FAH or FBH as master.
2 = 'Central OFF';
teach in second FBH as slave.
3 = universal pushbutton;
teach in third FBH as slave.
4 = 'Central ON';
teach in fourth FBH as slave.
5 = Teach in direction pushbutton;
press direction pushbutton to teach in
fully automatically. Where the pushbutton is pressed is then defined for
switch on and dim up; the other side
is then for switch off and dim down.
Teach in FTK and Hoppe window handle
as NO contact.
6 = Teach in sequential light scene
pushbutton; a pushbutton is automatically programmed as pushbutton or
the half of a double pushbutton. Teach
in FTK and Hoppe window handle as
NC contact.
7 = Teach in direct 4-way light scene
pushbutton; a complete pushbutton
with double rocker is automatically
programmed.
8 = Teach in single light scene pushbutton; teach in FAH as twilight pushbutton9 = Teach in staircase light pushbutton;
teach in FAH as twilight dimmer.
X = Teach in PC with GFVS software;
teach in dimming values of FFD;
teach in 'direction pushbutton for
target brightness'.
2. Set the middle rotary switch to LRN.
The LED flashes at a low rate.
3. Operate the sensor to be taught-in.
The LED goes out
To prevent unintentional teach-in, turn
the rotary switch back to LRN for every
teach-in process. The LED flashes at a
slow rate.
You can teach in unencrypted and
encrypted sensors.
Teach in encrypted sensors:
1. Set the middle rotary switch to LRV.
The red LED flashes at a high rate.
2. Within 120 seconds, enable sensor
encryption. The red LED goes out.
Caution: Do not switch off the power
supply.
3. Then teach in the encrypted sensor as
described in 'Teaching-in sensors'.
To teach in other encrypted sensors, turn
the middle rotary switch briefly away
from position LRV and then turn it to 1.
With encrypted sensors, use the 'rolling
code', i.e. the code changes in each telegram, both in the transmitter and in the
receiver.
If a sensor sends more than 50 telegrams when the actuator is not enabled,
the sensor is no longer recognised by
the enabled actuator and you must
repeat teach-in as 'encrypted sensor'. It
is not necessary to repeat the function
teach-in.
Saving light scenes
Up to four brightness values retrievable
with a direct light scene pushbutton can
Up to four brightness values retrievable
with a direct light scene pushbutton can
be saved.
1. Set required brightness value using
previously taught-in universal pushbutton or direction pushbutton.
2. Within 60 seconds, press one of the
four rocker ends of the previously
taught-in direct light scene pushbutton
for longer than 3 seconds but less
than 10 seconds to save the brightness value.
3. Repeat from point 2 to save further
directly retrievable light scenes.
Retrieving light scenes
Up to four brightness values are retrievable
using a direct light scene pushbutton
(pushbutton with double rocker, top left
= light scene 1, top right = light scene 2,
bottom left = light scene 3 and bottom
right = light scene 4) and/or using a
sequential light scene pushbutton (pushbutton or one half of a double pushbutton, press top = next light scene,
press bottom = previous light scene).
Switch on repeater:
The repeater is switched off in the factory
setting. In deenergised state turn the
middle rotary switch to CLR and the lower
rotary switch to ON. Switch on the power
supply. The red LED lights up to two
seconds. The repeater is switched on.
Switch off repeater:
In deenergised state turn the middle rotary
switch to CLR and the lower rotary switch
to OFF. Switch on the power supply. The
red LED lights up to 0.5 seconds. The
repeater is switched off.
Switch-on confirmation telegrams:
For deliveries ex-works the confirmation
telegrams are switched-off. Set the middle
rotary switch to CLR. The red LED flashes
nervously. Now within 10 seconds turn
the upper rotary switch 3 times to the left
(anticlockwise) and then back away. The
red LED goes out and the green LED
lights up for 2 seconds. The confirmation
telegrams are switched-on.
Switch-off confirmation telegrams:
Set the middle rotary switch to CLR.
The LED flashes nervously. Now within
10 seconds turn the upper rotary switch
3 times to the left (anticlockwise) and
then back away. The red LED goes out
immediately. The confirmation telegrams
are switched-off.
Master-slave mode:
Activate FSG71 as master and teach in
all FSG71 slaves simultaneously:
1. Switch off the power supply to all
FSG71 devices (masters and slaves).
2. On the FSG71 master, turn the upper
rotary switch to 1, the middle rotary
switch to LRN and the lower rotary
switch to ON.
3. On all FSG71 slaves, turn the upper
rotary switch to 1, the middle rotary
switch to min and the lower rotary
switch to max.
4. Switch on the power supply to all
FSG71 devices (masters and slaves)
simultaneously. The red LED lights up
for 0.5 seconds and the lamp of the
FSG71 master switches to maximum
brightness. After approx. 2 seconds,
the green LED on the FSG71 master
lights up briefly and a teach-in telegram is sent. After the teach-in telegram is received by FSG71 slave, the
lamp on the FSG71 slave switches on
at maximum brightness.
5. Set all FSG71 devices (masters and
slaves) to the same operating mode,
minimum brightness and dim speed.
Deactivate FSG71 as master:
In deenergised state turn the middle
rotary switch to LRN and the lower rotary
switch to OFF. Switch on the power supply.
The red LED lights up to 0.5 seconds.
The Master-telegrams and confirmation
telegrams are switched off.
Teach in direction pushbutton in FSG71
slave (only if required):
Turn the upper rotary switch to 5. Turn
the middle rotary switch to LRN. The LED
flashes at a low rate. Press the pushbutton. The LED goes out.
When pressed, a rocker is completely
taught-in automatically. Where you press
first is then defined as switch-on. The
other side automatically becomes
switch-off.
Function of slave direction pushbutton:
Quit slave mode as follows:
Press long on the switch on side to dim
Quit slave mode as follows:
Press long on the switch-on side to dim
up to the required value.
Press long on the switch-off side to dim
down to the required value.
Double-click on the switch-on side to
dim automatically to maximum brightness.
Press briefly on the switch-off side to
switch off.
Press briefly on the switch-on side to
change back to slave mode.
If the FSG71 master was activated by a
central command, the FSG71 slave
changes immediately to slave mode.
Use the data transformer DAT71 to create
a link to a PC running the PCT14 software.
Configure FSG71:
The following points can be configured
using the PC PCT14 tool:
■ Teach in pushbuttons with single or
double click
■ Behaviour after power failure
■ Minimum and maximum brightness
■ Memory
■ Dimming speeds
■ Send dimming value in %: ON or OFF
■ Send pushbutton telegram ON (0x70)
and OFF (0x50): OFF or ON
■ Switch-on/off speed
■ Acknowledgement telegrams
■ Parameters for the operation with
FAH60 and FBH
■ Parameters for operating as clock
■ Parameters for operating as staircase
time switch
■ Add or change sensors
Saving light scenes:
Use the PCT14 PC Tool to configure the
following parameters:
Confirmation flash when scenes are
saved: ON or OFF.
Light alarm circuit:
Use the PCT14 PC Tool to configure the
following parameters: Maximum brightness: 50 to 100%.
Runtime: 1 to 255 minutes (factory setting 30 minutes).
Children's room circuit:
Use the PCT14 PC Tool to configure the
following parameters: Save memory value:
OFF or ON.
Dimming speed: 0 (slow) to 255 (fast).
Sleep timer:
Use the PCT14 PC Tool to configure the
following parameters:
Sleep timer: ON or OFF.
Runtime: 1 to 255 minutes (factory
setting 30 minutes)
'ON side' direction pushbutton:
Use the PCT14 PC Tool to configure the
following parameters: double-click with
the dimmer switched: OFF or ON.
Wireless pushbutton Central ON:
Use the PCT14 PC Tool to configure the
following parameters:
Brightness with Central ON: 0 to 255%
(0 = memory value).
Light scenes:
Use the PCT14 PC Tool to configure the
following parameters:
Confirmation flash when scenes are
saved: ON or OFF.
Staircase light pushbutton:
Use the PCT14 PC Tool to configure the
following parameters:
RV time: 1 to 255 minutes (factory
setting 2 minutes).
Switch-off early warning: OFF or ON.
Clock:
Turn the upper rotary switch to PCT. The
clock is started with universal pushbutton,
direction pushbutton (ON side) and
'Central ON' pushbutton. The connected
lamp flashes.
Use the PCT14 PC Tool to configure the
following parameters:
Switch-on time: 1 to 255 seconds
(0.1 to 25.5s on 100 ms time base);
Switch-on time base 1s or 100 ms;
Switch-off time: 1 to 255 seconds
(0.1 to 25.5s on 100 ms time base);
Switch-off time base 1s or 100 ms;
Switch-on brightness: 15 to 100%;
Switch-off brightness: 0 to 50%;
Clock: OFF or ON;
Switch on and switch off or dim up and
dim down;
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dim down;
Switch on if motion is detected: ON or
OFF;
Switch off if no motion is detected: OFF
or ON;
Switch off delay if no motion is detected:
0 to 255 minutes (factory setting 2 minutes).
Constant light control with FBH or FAH:
(With the PCT14 PC Tool the automatic
brightness control must be switched on).
If the minimum brightness is exceeded,
the device is switched on. If the minimum brightness is undershot, the device
is always switched off. If the residual
brightness is greater than the minimum
brightness, the device dims down slowly
to residual brightness if no motion is
detected and dims up again if motion is
detected.
Residual brightness:
0 = device switches off if no motion is
detected; automatic control by FBH or FAH
is deactivated by a manual brightness
change or switch-off by pushbutton.
Central pushbutton, scene pushbutton and
'dimming values' via PC also result in
deactivation. Press the switch-on side of
the direction pushbutton briefly to
reactivate the automatic control.
Use the PCT14 PC Tool to configure the
following parameters:
Maximum brightness: 0 to 100%;
Brightness on switch-on with FBH:
0 to 100% (0 = memory value);
Brightness evaluation factor:
low, moderate, middle, strong;
Residual brightness when FBH is
switched off: 0 to 100%;
Control speed: 1 to 255 minutes (factory
setting 250).
!
When an actuator is ready for
teach-in (the LED flashes at a
low rate), the very next incoming
signal is taught-in. Therefore,
make absolutely sure that you
do not activate any other sensors
during the teach-in phase.
ELTAKO GmbH hereby declares that the
products that relates to this operating
manual, are in compliance with the
essential requirements and other relevant provisions of directive 1999/5/EC.
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09/2015 Subject to change without notice.