Miele KM6383 Installation manual

Connection Server Installation Manual
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Contents
Contents .............................................................................................................................................................................. 2 1. Getting started ......................................................................................................................................................... 3 1.1. Putting Connection Server in run ................................................................................................................. 3 1.2. Basic settings................................................................................................................................................ 4 1.2.1. Change of password................................................................................................................................ 4 1.2.2. System restart and shutdown .................................................................................................................. 4 1.2.3. Setting static Connection Server IP address ........................................................................................... 5 2. Configuration in iMM Control Center..................................................................................................................... 6 2.1. iMM CC setting............................................................................................................................................ 6 2.1.1. Bookmark Server .................................................................................................................................... 6 2.1.2. Bookmark Configuration ........................................................................................................................ 6 2.1.3. Bookmark A/C ........................................................................................................................................ 8 2.1.4. Bookmark Rooms ................................................................................................................................... 9 2.1.5. Bookmark Cameras .............................................................................................................................. 10 2.1.6. Calling between individual devices and sound ..................................................................................... 11 2.1.7. Phone settings ....................................................................................................................................... 12 2.1.8. IP sound ............................................................................................................................................... 14 2.1.9. Bookmark Energy ................................................................................................................................. 15 2.1.10. Bookmark Audit .............................................................................................................................. 19 2.2. Heating ....................................................................................................................................................... 20 2.3. Connection of Miele household appliances................................................................................................ 21 3. Supplements .......................................................................................................................................................... 23 3.1. Export of configuration file to iMM........................................................................................................... 23 3.2. Third parties' devices ................................................................................................................................ 24 3.2.1. Supported Miele appliances.................................................................................................................. 24 3.2.2. Air conditioning unit CoolMaster ......................................................................................................... 26 3.2.3. Connection of air conditioning units .................................................................................................... 29 Verze 02‐ 039/2011 Rev.:091013 Stránka 2 z 31
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1. Getting started
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Commands are given in purple, e.g.: sudo reboot
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Paths and links are given in red: imm/Pictures
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Notices are given in orange: No characters display when writing a password in
terminal
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Tips and tricks are given in green: You do not want to run configuration via iMM CC at
every server separately; as long as they are more, iMM CC can be enabled from any
PC connected to local network…
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Commands are in italic
Important configuration commands in Linux:
Ifconfig - finding IP address of station/server, similar to IPCONFIG in Windows
mount – command for connection of certain device CD-ROM, network drive, etc.)
umount - command for disconnection of certain device
1.1.
Putting Connection Server in run
a) Once you unpack Connection server, let the device stabilize at room temperature.
b) Insert attached SD card in the slot.
c) Connect the cabling (do not connect the supply yet):
 Display HDMI device
 LAN cable for ethernet port!
 Keyboard to USB port.
d) After connecting the power supply (adapter with micro USB connector), Connection
Server will start automatically.
e) When starting the system you can watch opening of individual services on the
screen. Some services do not open, and display FAILD in red; in majority of cases it
is not a problem; and has no influence whatsoever on the run of Connection Server.
f) When start of services is completed, only one line requiring login name will appear on
the screen.
Alarmpi login:
imm
Password:
imm123
No characters display when writing a password in terminal
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g) To find IP address after signup use command ifconfig
h) Further settings are performed via web interface iMM Control Center. And display
device or keyboard need not be connected for the rest of time. Power supply, SD card
with system and application and connection to network is sufficient to run Connection
Server.
1.2.
Basic settings
Setting in this chapter need not be carried out; it serves for potential problem solution and
general assistance in the Linux system orientation. Majority of these settings is done already in
the production but one should get familiarized with them and go back to them if a problem
occurs.
1.2.1.
Change of password
a)
Enter sudo passwd and confirm by Enter.
b)
You will be asked to enter the original password (default is “imm123“), and confirm by
Enter.
c)
Then enter a new password, confirm by Enter; repeat the new password and confirm by
Enter.
No characters display when writing a password in terminal.
1.2.2.
System restart and shutdown
If you already know the IP address of Connection Server, the best way to restart or switch off is via
iMMCC or remote access. By means of SSH e.g. in Putty software (free downloadable on internet).
Sign up with the same data:
Login:
imm
Password:
imm123
Command for restart:
sudo reboot
Command for switching off:
sudo shutdown
If you begin with sudo command, Linux should always ask to enter the password.
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1.2.3.
Setting static Connection Server IP address
IP address in sub-network
which iMM server is
connected to
Mask setting
Default
gate a
DNS
server
Network interface setting
Button for complete shutdown
Restart button
In the System bookmark, you can reset parameters of network setting or restart, or use the
“Shutdown” button to turn off Connection Server completely.
IP address is usually set static to avoid its change in time.
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2. Configuration in iMM Control Center
IMM Control Center (the “iMMCC” hereinafter) is web interface serving for Connection
Server setting. iMM CC is activated upon entering an address in your internet browser.
2.1. iMM CC setting
2.1.1.Bookmark Server
Virtual server communicating
with central unit
Virtual server
communicating with Miele
Virtual server
communicating with iHC
applications
This bookmark contains control to virtual servers necessary for communication with CU,
applications and devices of third parties. Within diagnostics, the state of individual virtual
servers can be revealed (button “Status”), suspend their run (button "Stop"), or turn them on
(button "Start"). Servers are turned on automatically when Connection Server starts up.
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2.1.2.Bookmark Configuration
Central unit IP
address
iMM server IP address
Application licence
Update settings
Find file “export.pub“
Upload file “export.pub“
There are units,
events and
variables from
iNELS that are
imported to iMM
Save changes performed in the
extract from file export.pub
On this bookmark you can set IP address of central unit, IP address of server; in this case
local address of Connection Server by entering 127.0.0.1!
There you can also upload export.pub exported from central unit
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2.1.3.Bookmark A/C
Serves for definition of air conditioning units and their control by means of iHC application.
Supported communication card for air conditioning units is LG je PI485. See chapter Wiring of
Air Conditioning Units for connection.
Optional name
of inner unit
Selection of communication interface
Unit name
(optional)
IP address of
RS232 converter
Selection of UID
same as you
selected for air
Serves for entering
central air
conditioning address
IP address of
RS485/Ethernet
t
t
Communication port of
RS485/Ethernet converter
Creates defined air conditioning unit
Central air conditioning unit
List
of already
defined air
Seznam
již definovaných
conditioning
units
klimatizačních
jednotek
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2.1.4.Bookmark Rooms
Serves for configuration of file rooms.cfg which uploads iHC applications. Read more in the manual
for iHC application.
Name of new room
Control of room will be
protected by password
Editing items in room
Removal of room
Password setting and change
for access to room
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2.1.5.Bookmark Cameras
Serves for defining IP cameras you want to check by means of Application.
HTTP and RTSP ports are only entered if your IP cameras are configured for access from external
network.
All cameras by Axis manufacturer with V2 and V3 protocol are supported, further we support the below
listed types of cameras:
AirLive-WL2600, AirLive AirCam OD-600HD, AirLive AirCam OD-325HD, Planet ICA-M220, ACTiACM, and the following types by company Vivotek: FD-8134, FD-7132, PZ-7132.
Select any camera name
Camera IP address
User name for access to camera
Access password for camera
HTTP port
RTSP port
Camera type
List of already defined cameras
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2.1.6.Calling between individual devices and sound
Set the following in the bookmark Intercoms: name, SIP name, password and videostream of
device that you select beforehand for the device to call (sound, iMM client, phone), and add
using the Add key. Copy Videostream from individual devices as long as they support it, e.g.:
sounds from web interface, webcamera or any IP camera.
For instance, for 2n sound it will be stream, e.g.: “rtsp://192.168.88.83“ which consists of
“„ rtsp:// „ which is a kind of stream and sound IP address.
Once you set all calling devices, save it by pressing Apply settings.
Note: After clicking the Apply settings option, configuration files of asterisk server will overwrite.
If you need own asterisk configuration, do not use "Apply settings", and modify configuration
files manually. Add new contacts in iMMCC by filling in the contact and clicking the Add key.
Entering SIP name
Passwor
d
Video Stream
Device name
(optional)
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2.1.7.Phone settings
Go to applications  menu  intercom settings, and there click on "Enable intercom"
Enter the same data for the signup name as on the server web interface (e.g. SAMSUNGS3)
Also the password must be identical with the one entered on the server. Finally enter the IP address of
Connection Server where you completed the settings.
In the application click on the intercom icon and then on „Add contact“.
Name the opposite station and enter its precise SIP name (the name you entered on the server), and
then select Type of contact and select “Save”.
Naming the
called device
Entering precise
SIP name
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Sound settings:
Naming the
sound in the
h
SIP name same
as the one on the
server
Sound IP
address
Login name web
sound interface
Password for web
sound interface
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2.1.8.IP sound
For IP sound 2N® Helios a source DC 12V/2A should be used. See the manufacturer's user manual
for more detailed information on IP sound wiring. Assignment of IP address from DHCP server is set
on the new IP sound. The assigned IP address of the sound has to be ensured (in the abstract on
router, alternatively by means of software 2N® Helios IP Network Scanner)
a)
Sign up to discovered IP sound via web interface.
Signup name: admin
Password:
2n
Entering login name
Entering login
password
In the bookmark AdvancedSettings -> Network set fixed IP address from relevant range, and subnetwork mask.
Network interface
setting
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b) The config.ini file generated from server web interface of a line where the added IP sound is
located, has to be uploaded to IP sound via its web interface, in the following bookmark:
Tools ->Configuration->Uploadconfigurationfile to device
Before uploading config.ini to sound, the Network Settings field must be ticked off.
Finding file
config.ini
Has to be ticked off
before Upload
Confirmation of
selection and Upload
For successful completion of installation the device must be restarted after the installation.
2.1.9.Bookmark Energy
Directly in iMM Application the amount of energy consumption can be clearly displayed.
Energy is recounted based on the amount of impulses that provide outputs from meters
(gas-meters, electrometers, water-meters). Impulses are further processed in an optional
input unit of system iNELS (IM2-140M, IM2-20/40/80B) in form of a counter. This value is by
means of export.pub transferred to Connection Server where variable is in iMMCC on
bookmark Energy assigned to Watter/Gas/Electrical. The setting of pulse conversion to unit
of measure, selection of currency and setting the currency/unit is performed in iMMCC
application in activated Energy module. The Energy module allows recording of consumed
energy for a day, week, month and year. Data are saved in iMM Server – the data do not get
lost even in case of power shutdown or power cut. Consumption can be displayed in a table
or graph.
Consumed energy is displayed not only in given quantity but also as financial value.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Click on the System Configuration button (icon of hammer and screwdriver – F11)
Select bookmark System -> counters
Add counter that you name by energy you want to measure
Create a new action that you name e.g. upload electricity
Add a command in the action which will be user action -> commands for counters ->
increment counter
6. Select counter that corresponds with given action (e.g. for upload electricity you put counter
electricity)
7. Add the action created as described above in system configuration to relevant binary input in
action line when the input closes
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8. Once the file export-pub is created and uploaded to iMM server, in bookmark Energy you
can assign in the counter value line (electricity_VALUE). It must be VALUE in the line.
Connection of energy meter
Energy meter connects by means of a binary output unit. Output from supported energy meter is
distinguished to + a -, that’s why polarity has to be maintained by bringing – minus to GND terminal
and + plus to IN terminal. See 3.1.7. for settings.
Creation of counter:
Bookmark
Counters
Naming of
counter
Bookmark
System
Addition of further
counters
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Creation of action “Counter incrementing":
User action
selection
Select Increment
counter
Select uploading of
required energy
counter
Action assignment to binary input where output from measuring instrument is connected.
Add action
Energy upload
Input of binary input unit where
output from measuring
instrument is connected
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Assignment of counter value in iMM Control Center
For hot water consumption
measurement
For cold water
consumption
measurement
For gas consumption
measurement
Selection of counters
from file export.pub
For electricity consumption
measurement (for up to 5
independent measurements
Switching of basic unit
Number of impulses for given unit
Price of one impulse
Currency
setting
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2.1.10. Bookmark Audit
Bookmark Audit serves for displaying and uploading LOG of events for diagnostic purposes.
When configuration in iMM CC is finished, restart Connection Server.
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2.2. Heating
Iin iHC application you can switch between individual heating modes within given
temperature program (Minimum, Inhibition, Normal, Comfort, Auto).
If you wish to control individual heating modes, you have to enable export of control and setting of
heating program in IDM software. In time/weekly program administrator a part of export setting for
visualisation.
Enabling export of
heating circuits for
visualisation
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2.3. Connection of Miele household appliances
To connect, you need to have connected Gate-wayXGW 2000 in the network which receives
information from Miele device on PowerLine, and sends it on LAN network to iMM server and
iMM clients. All devices must be on one phase. Communication on power line is enabled by all
Miele appliances that have logo miele@Connection.
Name under which
Gateway will be visible
Network settings: IP address of
Miele gateway, sub-network
mask, default gateway IP
address
Network
setting
DNS server IP address
XGW 2000 network setting
For integration of XGW 2000 in network you need to set fixed IP address via its web
interface from te given range of your network. On web interface Miele@Connection you can
see all connected appliances. You can thus check that all appliances you use have sufficiently
strong signal for XGW 2000.
Setting the MieleGateWay IP address is recorded on iMM server in file /etc/imm/miele where
the basic shape is already set within the factory settings, and only the IP address XGW 2000
has to be added in between the quotation marks.
In order to display the Miele control screen, similarly as for energy management, an icon
referring to it has to be added on the Floorplan. Adding the icon is ruled by the same principles
as those advised in chapter 4.1 provided that you need to go for "Miele" option on the list of
elements. To describe the icon it is NECESSARY to keep the same name as is the name of the
room – for the appliance on the web interface (Room Name). Only appliances with the same
room name sill display which serves better arrangement in Control of Miele appliances.
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Naming of
appliances
Room name
Basic Miele wiring
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3. Supplements
3.1. Export of configuration file to iMM
In the iNELS Design Manager (iDM) environment in the window “General Settings” select by the
picture. Export will be performed when the project is saved in the central unit!
Two files Export.exp and Export.pub will be created in selected folder; the Export.pub
is important for upload in iMM Control Centre.
In case of large installation we recommend to use cutchoose program for export.pub.
This program serves for trimming export pub only for useful and important elements, and thus
easier searching of elements in iMM floorplan in configuration.
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If subtitles do not display correctly, subtitle encoding must be changed. The UNICODE
encoding is set in the default.
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3.2. Third parties' devices
3.2.1.Supported Miele appliances
Washing machines
W 5967 WPS AutoDos
W 5000 WPS Supertronic
W 2859i WPM
Integrated steam ovens
DG 5080
DGC 5080 XL
DGC 5085 XL
Glass ceramic cooking hotplates
KM 6202
KM 6204
KM 6212
Driers
T 4859 Ci
T 8969 WP EcoComfort
T 8001 WP Supertronic
Dishwashers
G 5930 SCi
G 5935 SCi XXL
G 5980 SCVi
G 5985 SCVi XXL
Coffee makers
CVA 5060
CVA 5065
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Integrated baking ovens
H 5681 B
H 5681 BP
H 5681 BL/R
H 5681 BPL/R
H 5981 BP
H 5081 B
H 5081 BP
H 5080 B
Induction cooktops
KM 5956
KM 6314
KM 6315
KM 6317
KM 6346
KM 6352
KM 6354
KM 6380
KM 6382
KM 6383
Kitchen aspirators
DA 420-4
DA 420 V
DA 424 V
DA 430-4
DA 5000 D
DA 5100 D
DA 5294 D
DA 5320 D
DA 5330 D
DA 5590 D
DA 5620 D
DA 6290 D
DA 6590 D
DA 6520 D
DA 249-4
DA 289-4
DA 439
DA 489-4
DA 5190 W
DA 5294 W
DA 5320 W
DA 5390 W
DA 5590 W
DA 5690 W
DA 6000W
DA 6290 W
DA 6590 W
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3.2.2.Air conditioning unit CoolMaster
CoolMaster
There are 8 different versions for
individual air conditioning makers
•
CoolMaster Daikin 1000D
•
CoolMaster Sanyo 2000S
•
CoolMaster Toshiba3000T
•
CoolMaster Mitsubishi Electric 4000M
•
CoolMaster LG 6000L
•
CoolMaster Fujitsu 7000F
•
CoolMaster Mitsubishi Heavy 8000MH
•
CoolMaster Hitachi 9000H
Step-by-step putting in operation:
1.
Connect all by the attached
wiring scheme
2.
Set the RS232/ETHERNET converter
3.
Set the central address on the wall air conditioning unit control
4.
iMM communicates via converter Papouch GNOME RS232 and its IP address has to be
entered in file /etc/imm/coolMaster.cfg together with the type of the CoolMaster control unit.
If everything is set correctly, the CoolMaster display will not show U00 G00 but the typed address.
For instance, U00 G01. Then everything goes via iMM client but the air conditioning unit can still be
controlled via local control; they mutually synchronize.
Illustrative putting in operation:
Wiring scheme
Connectors on unit
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Setting the RS232/ETH converter
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How to set Daikin central address
Press and hold down for 5 seconds the
TEST button
Setting mode 00 shows in the middle, and GROUP and the number on the left.
(GROUP should flash; if not press the
Select the desired central address using the
on/off key; then it should flash).
time setting button
Confirm by pressing the on/off button.
Complete settings by TEST button.
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3.2.3.Connection of air conditioning units
Connection of air conditioning units
There are two ways of connecting air conditioning units in iMM system:
a) Direct
b) Indirect
a) Direct connection means that the air conditioning unit control protocol is implemented directly in
iMM. Currently air conditioning units of LG brand are supported; others have been worked on. We
support communication of LG air conditioning units which is marked as PI485. Any LG unit supports
that interface; it can be interconnected to application iTP via iMM.
b) Indirect connection means utilization of communication unit CoolMaster which can communicate
with different types and makers of air conditioning units (http://www.inels.cz/media/PDFexport/download/Coolmaster_compatibility.pdf). CoolMaster is then controlled from iMM.
Interconnection is performed by means of 485/ETHERNET converter. Steps for communication
setting:
1. Connect the converter to communication interface of air conditioning unit and to ethernet.
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2. Set central address on air conditioning unit using a remote control (see the air conditioning
unit user manual).
Example:

RESET – hold down

MODE – hold down

Release RESET

When 00 displays, release MODE

Set the address inside the unit using buttons for temperature setting

Press ON/OFF for directing to the inner unit

Address displays on the unit

To finish the setting, reset the control

To check the address: RESET + PLASMA
3. Set the converter
4. Add the air conditioning unit in clims in iMM web interface (see 2.1.4.)
5. Add air conditioning units in rooms in iMM web interface (see 2.1.5.) 2.1.5.)
Setting the 485/ethernet converter – bookmark Serial Settings
Setting the 485/ethernet converter – bookmark Connection
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