Manual e-touchBOX PANEL V1 18 en

Manual e-touchBOX PANEL V1 18 en
e-touchBOX/PANEL
OPERATION MANUAL
Table of contents
1 About these operating instructions ..............................................................................................1
2 Safety .............................................................................................................................................2
3 Design and function ......................................................................................................................3
4 Operation .......................................................................................................................................6
4.1 Configuring the basic settings ............................................................................................ 6
4.1.1 Opening the Configuration menu ....................................................................................6
4.1.2 Selecting the language .....................................................................................................6
4.1.3 Adjusting the frame light ...................................................................................................6
4.1.4 Changing display settings .................................................................................................7
4.1.5 Protecting the e-touchBOX/PANEL with a password ........................................................7
4.1.6 Setting the date and time .................................................................................................7
4.1.7 Entering the unit/group name ...........................................................................................8
4.1.8 Programming the prolong time .........................................................................................8
4.2 Adressing and grouping emergency units ........................................................................... 9
4.2.1 Changing the grouping ...................................................................................................10
4.3 Configuring the error signaling .......................................................................................... 10
4.4 Identifying emergency units .............................................................................................. 12
4.5 Manually testing emergency units ..................................................................................... 13
4.6 Determining the starting time for automated testing .......................................................... 14
4.7 Deactivating emergency units ........................................................................................... 16
4.7.1 Manually switching off the emergency units ....................................................................16
4.7.2 Preventing the emergency units from switching on .........................................................16
4.8 Cleaning the touchscreen ................................................................................................ 17
5 Loading the software update ......................................................................................................18
6 Interfaces .....................................................................................................................................19
6.1 Infrared interface .............................................................................................................. 19
6.1.1 Adjusting the infrared settings ........................................................................................19
6.1.2 Setting up the infrared connection ..................................................................................20
6.1.3 Determining the program version ....................................................................................20
6.1.4 Installing the update of the application software ..............................................................21
6.1.5 Downloading the test protocol ........................................................................................22
6.2 Ethernet interface ............................................................................................................ 22
6.2.1 Setting IP address in e-touchPANEL ..............................................................................24
6.2.2 Setting IP address for network with several e-touchPANEL ............................................24
6.2.3 Setting IP address for point-to-point connections ...........................................................25
6.2.4 Establishing the connection to e-touchPANEL ................................................................26
6.3 Additional Ethernet functions ............................................................................................ 27
6.3.1 Downloading the test protocol ........................................................................................27
6.3.2 Downloading/uploading file .............................................................................................28
7 Help in the case of problems ......................................................................................................29
7.1 Reset of settings .............................................................................................................. 29
7.2 The touchscreen does not react properly ......................................................................... 29
7.3 e-touchBOX/PANEL does not recognize other infrared devices ......................................... 29
7.4 Ethernet connection cannot be established ...................................................................... 29
8 Technical data .............................................................................................................................30
9 Disposal .......................................................................................................................................32
10 Schedule for Ethernet Connection ...........................................................................................33
1 About these operating instructions
e-touchBOX/PANEL
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1 About these operating instructions
These operating instructions contain important information in order to operate the emergency
lighting system safely, properly and economically.
The operating instructions are intended for the owner of the system and the operating personnel.
Only few things are different between e-touchBOX and e-touchPANEL. It is indicated in the
operating instructions if a function is only available for e-touchPANEL.
Mounting instructions for e-touchBOX and e-touchPANEL supplement the operating instructions.
The following symbols are used in these operating instructions:
Symbol
Meaning
Notes contain important information for operating the units.
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Prerequisites that must be checked prior to a certain action are marked
with a hyphen.
This symbol is used for instructions that consist of a single action.
1.
In the case of instructions consisting of several actions, the individual
actions are numbered.
Buttons
Buttons and software terms are displayed bold.
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2 Safety
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2 Safety
Designated use
e-touchBOX/PANEL may only be used for controlling the emergency lighting of single battery
powered emergency lighting systems. e-touchBOX can control a maximum of 60 and etouchPANEL can control a maximum of 120 emergency units.
Only the following emergency lighting modules may be connected:

EM PRO
PC CFL COMBO-CONNECT with EM CONNECT PRO
 EM powerLED PRO
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Safety instructions
The following safety instructions must be observed when operating the e-touchBOX/PANEL:
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The owner must ensure that the country-specific regulations and standards for emergency
lighting systems are observed.
The owner must ensure that the wiring instructions and specifications for DALI lines are
observed.
e-touchBOX/PANEL may only be operated by a trained person who has been authorized by the
owner and who has the professional training and knowledge, especially of the relevant
regulations, to be able to assess the tasks he or she has been assigned as well as possible
dangers.
The owner of the emergency lighting system must ensure that no one but authorized trained
persons modify any settings of the e-touchBOX/PANEL.
Every operator of the e-touchBOX/PANEL must read these operating instructions carefully and
comply with the instructions contained therein.
NOTICE
The device might become damaged if the touchscreen is calibrated with the remote control
via Ethernet connection.
 Only calibrate the device using the touchpanel of the e-touchPANEL and not via the web
browser.
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3 Design and function
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3 Design and function
Up to 60 emergency units can be installed, controlled and monitored with the e-touchBOX , and
up to 120 with the e-touchPANEL . In addition, the emergency lighting tests prescribed in the
relevant standards can be performed automatically. The test results are recorded in a log file for
verification.
e-touchBOX/PANEL with color touchscreen provides the following functions for operating the
emergency units:
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Addressing and grouping
Identification
 Manual tests
 Time-controlled function and duration tests
 User-friendly software
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A frame light is integrated in e-touchPANEL . It supports the status line of the system.
Infrared interface
Ethernet interface
Menu
e-touchBOX/PANEL is equipped with an infrared interface. The infrared interface enables
exchanging files between e-touchBOX/PANEL and devices with an infrared interface (e.g.
notebook, cell phone). In this way, emergency lighting tests can be archived and updates can be
performed.
e-touchPANEL also has an Ethernet interface. In addition to exchanging data over the Ethernet
interface, the interface enables controlling an e-touchPANEL via a browser. Configuration and
monitoring can thus be performed by one PC for several panels.
The menu of the e-touchBOX/PANEL consists of three main pages:
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System status
Test protocol
 Main menu
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These pages are opened by clicking on the following symbols:
Symbol
Page
System status
Test protocol
Main menu
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System status
OK is displayed on the System Status page if there are no errors in the system. The number of
installed emergency units is also indicated.
Error is displayed on the System Status page if there is an error in the system. The number of
errors is also indicated.
Test protocol
Main Menu
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On the Test Protocol page, the function and duration tests including their dates and results are
recorded for every emergency unit.
In the Main Menu, the basic system settings can be adapted to the requirements, the emergency
units can be assigned and the tests configured.
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The following functions can be called using the buttons of the Main Menu:
Button
Function
Test times
Used to specify a time schedule for the function and duration test.
Commissioning test
Used to start the function and duration test manually.
Identification tool
Used to convert the idenfication flashing into the emergency unit
address.
Identification DALI 1
Used to start and stop the identification flashing of the LEDs of the
DALI line 1 emergency units.
Identification DALI 2
Used to start and stop the identification flashing of the LEDs of the
DALI line 2 emergency units.
Addressing/grouping
Used to assign an address to the emergency units and divide them
into groups.
Configuration
Used to change the basic system settings.
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4.1 Configuring the basic settings
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e-touchBOX/PANEL is configured and operated using the integrated touchpanel.
Hint
e-touchPANEL also has an Ethernet interface that enables configuration and operation of the unit
via a connected PC "Ethernet interface", page 22.
4.1 Configuring the basic settings
Prior to commissioning the e-touchBOX/PANEL, the basic settings must be configured.
4.1.1
Opening the Configuration menu
1. Click on the Main Menu symbol.
2. Click on the Configuration button.
= The Display tab appears.
3. If you want to open another tab click on the name of the tab or on the green arrows.
4.1.2
Selecting the language
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The Configuration menu is open.
1. Click on the Language dropdown menu.
2. Select the desired language.
= The software interface is displayed in the selected language.
4.1.3
Adjusting the frame light
e-touchPANEL has an additional frame light that supports the system's status line.
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Option field
Function
Off
Frame light is switched off.
OK: Off, in the case of an
error: red
Frame light lights up red if the Error status is indicated.
OK: green, in the case of
an error: red
Frame light lights up green if the status isOK and lights up red if
the status is Error.
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4.1 Configuring the basic settings
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The Configuration menu is open.
1. Click on the Frame light button in the Display tab.
= The dialog box Frame light function: is displayed.
2. Activate the desired option field and confirm with OK.
4.1.4
Changing display settings
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The Configuration menu is open.
 To modify the contrast, click on the - - or + + buttons.
 To activate a confirmation sound that is generated whenever a button is clicked, activate the
Beep on touch check box.
 To switch on the screen saver, activate the Screen saver check box.
= When the screen saver is activated, the TridonicAtco logo is displayed two minutes after the
touchscreen has been touched last. If there is an error in the system, no screen saver appears.
4.1.5
Protecting the e-touchBOX/PANEL with a password
The Configuration menu or the entire e-touchBOX/PANEL can be locked in order to protect them
from unauthorized access.
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The Configuration menu is open.
1. Click on the Display tab.
2. To lock the Configuration menu, activate the Lock Configuration check box.
Once you exit the Configuration menu, the password ›1234‹ must be entered again to re-open
the menu.
3. To lock the entire operation, activate the Lock panel and Screen saver check boxes.
If the screen saver is active, the password ›5678‹ must be entered to close it.
Hint
If the screen saver is not active, e-touchBOX/PANEL is not locked.
The passwords and image of the screen saver cannot be changed.
4.1.6
Setting the date and time
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The Configuration menu is open.
1. Click on the System tab.
2. Click on the System time button.
3. Set the time and date with the arrow keys and confirm with OK .
Hint
In the case of a power failure, the e-touchBOX/PANEL is supplied by a back-up battery for up to
3 days. If no voltage is supplied to the e-touchBOX/PANEL for a longer period of time, a dialog
box tells you that the time and date must be entered again after restarting.
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4.1.7
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Entering the unit/group name
The unit and group name is indicated in the test protocol.
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The Configuration menu is open.
1. Click on the Names tab.
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2. Click on the Emergency units dropdown menu and select the emergency unit.
3. Click on the Edit button to enter a name for the emergency unit.
= A keyboard is displayed.
4. Enter a unit name and confirm with the Enter key.
5. Repeat steps 2 to 4 for other Emergency units or Groups.
Hint
If an Ethernet connection is established (only e-touchPANEL), you can enter the names using the
keyboard of the PC or laptop "Ethernet interface", page 22.
4.1.8
Programming the prolong time
If necessary, emergency lighting operation can be prolonged by a maximum of one hour once the
power has been restored, e.g. to bridge the restarting time of high-pressure lamps in the case of
short mains voltage interruptions.
The basic setting of the emergency units is 2 minutes.
Hint
The prolong time can only be maintained if there is sufficient battery capacity.
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The Configuration menu is open.
1. Click on the Emergency tab.
2. Click on the Prolong time dropdown menu and select the desired time.
3. Click on the Program prolong time button.
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4.2 Adressing and grouping emergency units
4.2 Adressing and grouping emergency units
Every emergency unit must be assigned an individual address in order for e-touchBOX/PANEL to
be able to communicate with the emergency units. Two addressing methods are differentiated:

System extension If new emergency units have been added to an existing system, an address
is assigned to these units. The addresses of the existing DALI devices remain unchanged.
 Reinitialization: A new address is assigned to all DALI devices in the system.
During the addressing process, the emergency units are automatically divided into six groups. For
each group, a specific time for testing can be set. This prevents the emergency units from being
tested simultaneously.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click on the Main Menu symbol.
Click on the Addressing/Grouping button.
Select the addressing method System extension or Reinitialization.
Click on the Next > button.
= The number of connected emergency units is displayed.
5. When the message Search completed is displayed, click on the Finish button.
= The Grouping window is displayed. Each emergency unit is displayed as part of a group.
6. Click on the Save symbol in order to save the grouping in the emergency units.
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4.2.1
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Changing the grouping
Based on an algorithm, the emergency units are assigned to six groups. Normally, the grouping
does not have to be changed. In special cases, such as e.g. the simultaneous testing of all
emergency units of a room, the grouping can be changed:
Hint
The grouping of emergency units can only be changed after having performed the addressing
method. In order for the existing addresses to be maintained, select the addressing method
System extension.
1. Click on the Main Menu button.
2. Click on the Addressing/Grouping button.
3. Select the addressing method System extension.
= The addresses of existing DALI devices remain unchanged.
4. Click on the Next > button.
5. When the message Search completed is displayed, click on the Finish button.
= The Grouping window is displayed. Each emergency unit is displayed as part of a group.
6. Mark the emergency unit for which you want to change the grouping in the Test group field.
- or Select the address of the emergency unit using the arrow keys.
7. Click on the Remove button.
8. Drag the address of the emergency unit to the desired group (field Test group).
= The emergency unit is displayed in the group.
9. Repeat steps 1 to 3 for other emergency units if necessary.
4.3 Configuring the error signaling
Two DALI addresses of DALI line 1 can be defined for fault signaling.
In this way, the error status can be transmitted to a higher-level system via relay modules DALI RM
or DALI 3-RM-C or indicated by signal lamps.
Hint
Error signals can only be received on DALI line 1.
DALI is based on random addressing. This means that the interface devices can be assigned any
of 64 possible addresses. DALI RM, e.g., can be assigned address A4. As before, 60 emergency
units can be connected. Addresses higher than A60 are also possible for emergency units.
Specifying DALI
addresses for error
signaling
Hint
Only addresses that are not assigned an emergency unit can be used for error signaling.
1. Click on the Main Menu button.
2. Click on the Addressing/grouping button.
3. Select the addressing method System extension or Reinitialization.
= With System extension the addresses of existing DALI devices remain unchanged.
With Reinitialization a new address is assigned to all DALI devices in the system.
4. Click on the Continue > button.
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4.3 Configuring the error signaling
5. When the message Search completed is displayed, click on the Complete button.
= The Grouping window is displayed. Each emergency unit is displayed as part of a group.
6. Press the green arrow key at the bottom right.
= The dialog box to select the two addresses for error signaling is displayed.
Only addresses are displayed that are not assigned an emergency unit.
7. Select the two addresses Status report: OK and Status report: Failure with the arrow keys.
8. Press the green arrow key at the bottom right and select the Save symbol.
= The two addresses for error signaling are stored.
Activating the error
signaling
1. Click on the Main Menu symbol.
2. Click on the Configuration button.
3. Select the Emergency tab.
4. Activate Send failure status to DALI1.
= Error signaling is activated.
The following messages are displayed at the error signaling addresses:
Status report
Meaning
OK
No error is present on both DALI lines.
Error
An errror is present (on one of the two DALI lines).
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4.4 Identifying emergency units
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4.4 Identifying emergency units
In order to indicate the defective emergency unit if a malfunction has occurred, the emergency
units can be identified individually.
For identification, the LEDs of the emergency units flash green and red. After having flashed six
times, there is always a pause. The six flashes represent the address of the emergency unit as a
binary code that can be converted into a decimal number with the identification tool in the etouchBOX/PANEL. Address, group name and unit name "Entering the unit/group name", page 8
are output in the test protocol.
To address emergency units in several rooms, TridonicAtco recommends using the addressing
device (Article number 89899836 EM PRO). With the addressing device the binary LED
identification signal is converted into a DALI address.
A software that can be installed on a JAVA-capable cell phone is another possibility.
(www.tridonicatco.com -> Service -> Download -> Software: ›EMpro Ident. TOOL V1.0‹). The
software also converts the binary LED identification signal into a DALI address.
Using the integrated identification tool of the e-touchBOX/PANEL you can determine the address
of an emergency unit as described below:
1. Click on the Main Menu symbol.
2. Click on the Identification button.
= The LEDs of the emergency units flash green and red.
3. Click on the Identification tool button.
= The dialog box Identification tool is displayed.
4. Wait for a flashing pause of the LED (approx. 3 seconds).
5. According to the color of the LED, click on the right or green field in the identification tool after
every flashing pause.
= The binary code is indicated and converted into the address of the emergency unit after the
sixth flashing.
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4.5 Manually testing emergency units
6. Write down the address and the name of the emergency unit in the installation documents.
7. Click on the Clear button.
8. Repeat steps 4 to 7 for other emergency units.
9. After all emergency units have been identified, click on the Cancel button.
10.Click on the Identification button to switch off the flashing of the LEDs.
4.5 Manually testing emergency units
After all emergency units have been installed, addressed and identified, the function and duration
time of the units must be tested.
During the test, the emergency units to be tested are switched on. A status line in the etouchBOX/PANEL indicates the type of test (FT ›function test‹, DT ›duration test‹) and the
respective groups. The status line is located at the bottom right of the touchpanel while the test is
running.
Hint
Depending on the emergency unit, the duration test can take up to three hours.
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The batteries have been charged for at least 24 hours.
1. Click on the Main Menu symbol.
2. Click on the Commissioning test button.
The dialog box Start test is displayed.
3. Select the Start function test or Start duration test option field and confirm with OK.
= The selected test is performed and displayed in the status line.
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4. After the test has been completed, click on the Test protocol symbol.
= The Test protocol window is displayed.
Hint
To abort the test, click on the status line of the test.
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The following information is displayed in the test protocol:
Name of
column
Meaning
Addr
Address and group of emergency unit
Name
Name of emergency unit
Test
Type of test and date of test
(FT = function test, DT = duration test)
Status
Result of test:
OK
Possible cause
Test successful
-
Lamp defective
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Lamp error
Lamp wrong
 Lamp wiring wrong
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Battery fault
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Battery capacity too low
Battery defective
 Battery wiring wrong
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Error in the emergency unit
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Communication error between
e-touchBOX/PANEL and
emergency unit
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Test has not been started
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Emergency unit defective
Emergency unit defective
Emergency unit has been
replaced but not addressed
 DALI wiring wrong
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Batterie is not fully charged
 Click on the Next error symbol to jump to the next error entry.
 Click on the IrDA symbol to transmit one or all of the tests to a printer, laptop or PDA via
infrared "Interfaces", page 19.
Hint
If a fault has been eliminated, this must be verified by performing a test on this emergency unit. If a
battery was replaced, the test cannot be performed until 24 hours later because the battery needs
to be fully charged for testing.
 In order to test a single emergency unit, click on the respective emergency lighting unit in the
Test column.
4.6 Determining the starting time for automated testing
To automate a function or duration test for an emergency unit the starting time must be
determined. Individual times can be set separately for each group. This ensures that in the case of
a power failure a sufficient number of lamps are in working order.
The default settings for the testing times are:
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G1:
G2:
G3:
G4:
G5:
G6:
Monday, 23:00h
Tuesday, 23:00h
Wednesday, 23:00h
Thursday, 23:00h
Friday, 23:00h
Saturday, 23:00h
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4.6 Determining the starting time for automated testing
In addition to the times, the intervals for the function and duration tests must also be specified:
Test
Interval
Meaning
Function test
manual
The function test must be performed manually.
weekly
The function test is performed every week.
every 2nd week
The function test is performed in the first and
third week of the month.
monthly
The function test is performed in the first week of
the month.
manual
The duration test must be performed manually.
monthly
The duration test is performed in the first week of
the month.
quarterly
The duration test is performed in the first week of
January, April, July and October.
every 6 months
The duration test is performed in the first week of
January and July.
yearly
The duration test is performed in the first week of
the year.
Duration test
Hint
The first week of a month is defined to last from the 1st to the 7th day of the month.
The third week of a month is defined to last from the 15th to the 21st day of the month.
On days when a duration test is performed, no function test is performed for this group.
1. Click on the Main Menu symbol.
2. Click on the Testing times button.
= The Automatic tests window is displayed.
3. Specifying the intervals for the function and duration tests.
4. Click on the Extended button.
= The dialog box Extended settings is displayed.
5. For each group, set the day of the week and the time of day. Click on the respective dropdown
menu and select the day of the week or the time of day, and set the desired time using the
arrows.
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4.7 Deactivating emergency units
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4.7 Deactivating emergency units
If the main power supply is switched off and you do not want the emergency units to switch on
(e.g. in the case of a plant holiday), the emergency units can be deactivated in two ways:


Manually switching off the emergency units
Preventing the emergency units from switching on
DANGER
Bridging a safety device
Deactivated emergency units do not switch on in an emergency.
 Ensure that there is no emergency.
 Ensure that emergency operation is not necessary.
4.7.1
Manually switching off the emergency units
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The main power supply is switched off and there is no emergency.
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The power supply of the e-touchBOX/PANEL is switched on.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Ensure that emergency operation is not necessary.
Click on the Main Menu symbol.
Click on the Configuration button.
Click on the Emergency tab.
Click on the Rest button.
= The emergency units are switched off.
When the main power supply is switched on again, the emergency units are reactivated.
6. To activate the emergency units before switching on the main power supply, click on the Stop
Rest/Inhibit button.
Hint
Not all emergency units support the Stop Rest/Inhibit function.
4.7.2
Preventing the emergency units from switching on
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The main power supply is switched on.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Ensure that emergency operation is not necessary.
Click on the Main Menu symbol.
Click on the Configuration button.
Click on the Emergency tab.
Click on the Inhibit button.
= The LEDs of the emergency units emit a green double flash.
6. Switch off the main power supply within 15 minutes.
= The emergency units do not switch on.
When the main power supply is switched on again, the emergency units are reactivated.
7. In order to reactivate the emergency units without switching the main power supply on and off
again, click on the Stop Rest/Inhibit button.
Hint
Not all emergency units support the Stop Rest/Inhibit function.
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4.8 Cleaning the touchscreen
4.8 Cleaning the touchscreen
In order to clean the touchscreen without accidentally changing settings, the touchscreen can be
temporarily deactivated.
1. Click on the Main Menu symbol.
2. Click on the Configuration button.
3. Click on the Clean button.
= The touchscreen is deactivated for 20 seconds. The remaining time is indicated.
4. Clean the touchscreen with a soft, damp cloth.
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4.8 Cleaning the touchscreen
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5 Loading the software update
Updates are provided for downloading on the TridonicAtco homepage:
www.tridonicatco.com -> Service -> Download -> Software
To load a software update to e-touchBOX/PANEL you must perform the following steps:

Determine the current program version "Determining the program version", page 20.
Check if a higher version is available and download it.
 Set up the infrared connection"Setting up the infrared connection", page 20
- or Set up the Ethernet connection (only e-touchPANEL) "Setting IP address in e-touchPANEL",
page 24.
 Install the application software update using an infrared connection "Installing the update of the
application software", page 21
- or (only e-touchPANEL) Install the application software update using an Ethernet connection "Downloading/uploading
file", page 28.
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6 Interfaces
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6.1 Infrared interface
6 Interfaces
e-touchBOX and e-touchPANEL have an infrared interface which enables the transmission of:

Test protocols (e.g. for archiving)
Updates of the application software for e-touchBOX/PANEL
 Configuration files (download/upload)

Hint
The configuration file of an e-touchBOX or e-touchPANEL contains the system settings (such as
addresses of the emergency lamps, unit/test group names). It is also a backup file for the system
settings of e-touchBOX/PANEL.
e-touchPANEL also has an Ethernet interface which enables configuration and operation via a PC
or laptop. The display of the touchscreen and of the virtual touchscreen on the PC/laptop is
synchronized in real time. By transmitting the current statuses of several panels, the entire system
can be monitored.
6.1 Infrared interface
The infrared interface is located in the bottom area of the right side of the e-touchBOX/PANEL.
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6.1.1
Infrared interface
Adjusting the infrared settings
Prior to an infrared transmission, the following settings must be made:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click on the Main Menu symbol.
Click on the Configuration button.
Click on the IrDA tab.
To make the e-touchBOX/PANEL visible for other infrared devices, activate the Enable
discovery check box.
5. To be able to receive data with the e-touchBOX/PANEL, activate the Enable file reception
check box.
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6 Interfaces
e-touchBOX/PANEL
6.1 Infrared interface
6.1.2
Version 1.18
Setting up the infrared connection
Hint
Shield infrared interfaces from direct sunlight, flashlight, fluorescent light and signals of remote
controls and other infrared devices.
Ensure that no objects between the infrared interfaces can disturb transmission.
1. Position the PC/laptop and e-touchBOX/PANEL in such a way that their infrared interfaces are
opposite to each other. They must be no more than 1 m apart and no more than 15° twisted
against each other.
2. Prepare the PC/laptop for sending via infrared (see operating instructions of the manufacturer).
3. In e-touchBOX/PANEL click on the Main Menu symbol.
4. Click on the Configuration button.
5. Click on the IrDA tab.
6. Ensure that Enable discovery and Enable file reception are activated.
= If the conditions for receiving are sufficient, the name of the PC/laptop is indicated in the
Infrared devices field.
The infrared transmission symbol is displayed in the task bar of the PC/laptop.
6.1.3
Determining the program version
The program version can be determined as follows:
1. In e-touchBOX/PANEL click on the Main Menu symbol.
2. Click on the Configuration button.
3. Click on the System tab.
= The program version is indicated on the System tab.
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6 Interfaces
e-touchBOX/PANEL
Version 1.18
6.1 Infrared interface
6.1.4
Installing the update of the application software
1. Click on the infrared transmission symbol in the task bar of the PC/laptop.
= A dialog box for the selection of files is displayed.
2. Select update file e-touchUPDATE.biz and click Send.
3. Confirm with OK on the touchscreen.
= The file is saved and e-touchBOX/PANEL is restarted. After restarting, the application
software update is installed.
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6 Interfaces
e-touchBOX/PANEL
6.2 Ethernet interface
6.1.5
Version 1.18
Downloading the test protocol
–
Discovery enabled is activated.
–
Enable file reception is activated.
1. Click on the Test protocol symbol.
2. Click on the IrDA button.
= The dialog box With IrDA, transmit to: is displayed.
3. If you want to output all tests that were performed last for all units, activate the option field Last
valid tests.
- or If you want to output all tests that were performed for all units until now, activate the option
field All tests.
- or If you want to output the marked test, activate the option field Selected test.
= A dropdown menu is displayed in the marked option field.
4. If the test is to be sent directly to an infrared printer, select IrDA printer (IrLPT) in the
dropdown menu.
- or If the test is to be downloaded as a text file, select PDA (text file) in the dropdown menu.
= The test is printed or downloaded.
6.2 Ethernet interface
To connect e-touchPANEL to a PC/laptop via Ethernet, a network cable is required.
To establish the connection to e-touchPANEL in a network, each e-touchPANEL must be
assigned an individual IP address. If, e.g., you want to include several e-touchPANEL into an
existing company network, consult your IT specialist for the IP addresses. The network address
cannot be automatically obtained from a DHCP server.
For networks with Firewall, Switch, etc., please also contact your IT specialist.
Apart from calibrating the touchscreen, all functions of the e-touchPANEL can be executed with
the connected PC/laptop via Ethernet.
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6 Interfaces
e-touchBOX/PANEL
Version 1.18
6.2 Ethernet interface
NOTICE
The device might become damaged if the touchscreen is calibrated with the remote control
via Ethernet connection.
 Only calibrate the device using the touchpanel of the e-touchPANEL and not via the web
browser.
Network connection
The following figure shows an example of how several panels can be integrated in one network.
IP Address: 192.168.123.10
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway:
192.168.123.1
e-touch PANEL
SWITCH
IP Address: 192.168.123.15
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway:
192.168.123.1
e-touch PANEL
e-touch PANEL
SWITCH
IP Address: 192.168.123.14
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway:
192.168.123.1
e-touch PANEL
e-touch PANEL
Ethernet CAT 5 cable (max. 100 m
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6 Interfaces
e-touchBOX/PANEL
6.2 Ethernet interface
Point-to-point
connection
Version 1.18
If a point-to-point connection is to be established, a crossed network cable must be used.
IP Address: 192.168.123.10
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway:
192.168.123.1
e-touch PANEL
Crossover CAT 5 cable (max. 1
6.2.1
Setting IP address in e-touchPANEL
–
The Configuration menu is selected.
1. Click on the TCP tab.
2. Click on IP address.
= The dialog box IP picker is displayed.
3. Set the IP address with the arrow keys and confirm with OK.
4. To set Subnet Mask and Gateway, repeat steps 2 and 3.
5. Click on the Main Menu symbol.
= The IP address is stored in the e-touchPANEL.
6.2.2
Setting IP address for network with several e-touchPANEL
To establish an Ethernet connection to e-touchPANEL in a network, each Panel must be assigned
an individual IP address. The ›Network connection‹ diagram shows an example of an addressing
process "Ethernet interface", page 22.
Hint
Please refer to the Help menu or to your operating system's manual on how to assign a permanent
IP address.
The previous chapter explains how to set the IP address in the e-touchPANEL "Network
connection", page 23.
Hint
For PCs/laptops with Firewall or other protection software, please contact your IT specialist.
1. Connect the PC/laptop and the e-touchPANEL via the network switch using network cables.
2. On the PC/laptop, the following values must be set for the NIC to which the switch for the etouchPANEL is connected:
IP address:192.168.123.10
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.123.1
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e-touchBOX/PANEL
Version 1.18
6.2 Ethernet interface
3. Set the following values for the first e-touchPANEL:
IP address:192.168.123.11
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.123.1
4. Set the following values for the second e-touchPANEL:
IP address:192.168.123.12
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.123.1
5. Set the following values for the third e-touchPANEL:
IP address:192.168.123.13
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.123.1
6. Increase the last digit of the IP address if you want to set additional e-touchPANEL. 255 is the
highest possible number.
7. Click on the Main Menu symbol to store the IP address in the e-touchPANEL.
= e-touchPANEL can be controlled via remote control using a web browser with Java Applet
installed.
6.2.3
Setting IP address for point-to-point connections
A crossed network cable is required for a point-to-point connection of an e-touchPANEL to a PC/
laptop.
Hint
Please refer to the Help menu or to your operating system's manual on how to assign a permanent
IP address.
The previous chapter explains how to set the IP address in the e-touchPANEL "Setting IP address
in e-touchPANEL", page 24.
Hint
For PCs/laptops with Firewall or other protection software, please contact your IT specialist.
1. Connect e-touchPANEL with the PC/laptop using a crossed network cable.
2. On the PC/laptop, the following values must be set for the NIC the e-touchPANEL is connected
to:
IP address: 192.168.123.10
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.123.1
3. Set the following values for e-touchPANEL:
IP address:192.168.123.11
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.123.1
4. Click on the Main Menu symbol to store the IP address in the e-touchPANEL.
= e-touchPANEL can be controlled via remote control using a web browser with Java Applet
installed.
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6 Interfaces
e-touchBOX/PANEL
6.2 Ethernet interface
6.2.4
Version 1.18
Establishing the connection to e-touchPANEL
The remote control of the e-touchPANEL is based on an HTML page with Java Applet.
In order to operate e-touchPANEL on a PC/laptop the ›Java Runtime Environment (JRE)‹ must be
installed on the PC/laptop (www.java.com). A standard web browser is used for the connection
(e.g. ›MS Explorer‹, ›Firefox‹).
– Web browser is open.
–
›Java Runtime Environment‹ is installed.
 Enter the IP address of e-touchPANEL in the address field and confirm with the Enter key.
= e-touchPANEL appears in the browser and can be operated and configured using the mouse
pointer and keyboard. In addition, the links get last test, get complete test book and more...
are displayed "Additional Ethernet functions", page 27.
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6 Interfaces
e-touchBOX/PANEL
Version 1.18
6.3 Additional Ethernet functions
6.3 Additional Ethernet functions
6.3.1
Downloading the test protocol
 If you want to output all tests that were performed last for all units, activate the option field get
last test (last valid tests).
- or If you want to output all tests that were performed for all units until now, activate the option
field get complete test book (all tests).
= The last valid test protocol entries or all test protocol entries are displayed.
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6 Interfaces
e-touchBOX/PANEL
6.3 Additional Ethernet functions
6.3.2
Version 1.18
Downloading/uploading file
Via the Ethernet interface you can download files to a PC/laptop or upload files from a PC/laptop
to e-touchPANEL.
Hint
A security enquiry informs you that the e-touchPANEL will be reset after uploading a configuration
file. No test protocols are deleted during resetting.
1. Click the link more... in the browser.
= The File Up/Download window is displayed.
2. To download a configuration file from e-touchPANEL, click the link get config file.
= The configuration file is stored in the PC/laptop.
3. To load a configuration file or firmware update to an e-touchPANEL, click the Search button.
4. Select firmware update or configuration file and click upload.
5. Confirm security enquiry with OK.
= Uploading is started.
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7 Help in the case of problems
e-touchBOX/PANEL
Version 1.18
7.1 Reset of settings
7 Help in the case of problems
7.1 Reset of settings
All settings can be reset to the factory default values. In this case, the addressing of the
emergency units is also deleted.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click
Click
Click
Click
on
on
on
on
the
the
the
the
Main Menu symbol.
Configuration button.
System tab.
Reset to factory defaults button.
7.2 The touchscreen does not react properly
If the touchscreen does not react properly, it must be recalibrated.
NOTICE
The device might become damaged if the touchscreen is calibrated with the remote control
via Ethernet connection.
 Only calibrate the device using the touchpanel of the e-touchPANEL and not via the web
browser.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click on the Main Menu symbol.
Click on the Configuration button.
Click on the Calibrate button.
With a pen, touch the center of the calibration symbol. The symbol is displayed three times.
7.3 e-touchBOX/PANEL does not recognize other infrared
devices
If the e-touchBOX/PANEL does not recognize other infrared devices as desired, the infrared
interface can be reset.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Click
Click
Click
Click
on
on
on
on
the
the
the
the
Main Menu symbol.
Configuration button.
IrDA tab.
Reset button.
7.4 Ethernet connection cannot be established
Only e-touchPANEL has an Ethernet interface.
 Ensure that a crossed network cable was used for a point-to-point connection (e-touchPANEL
directly connected with PC/laptop).
 Ensure that the IP address entered in e-touchPANEL and in the browser is correct "Setting IP
address in e-touchPANEL", page 24.
 Ensure that no Firewall or protection software is disturbing the connection. If necessary,
contact your IT specialist.
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8 Technical data
e-touchBOX/PANEL
7.4 Ethernet connection cannot be established
Version 1.18
8 Technical data
Article number
Mains voltage
Mains frequency
e-touchBOX
e-touchPANEL
24139015
24139117
110-240 V
50/60 Hz
Power consumption
10 W
Max. output current
200 mA
Interfaces
230/240 V
50/60 HZ
10 W
-
IrDA
IrDA, Ethernet
DALI
(no external bus supply required)
DALI
(external bus supply required)
Number of DALI lines
1
2
Addresses for units
60
60 for each DALI line (120)
Bus system
Dimensions
(L x W x H)
200 x 150 x 42 mm
200 x 150 x 20 mm
Permissible ambient
temperature
0-50 °C
Weight
0,92 kg
Fastening distance (D)
155 mm
Protection type
IP 20
Protection class
SK I
Screen
Touchpanel (5.7" / 320 x 240 / 256 colors)
e-touchPANEL can also be supplied with power by the 8-wire Ethernet cable (Power over Ethernet
(PoE)).
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8 Technical data
e-touchBOX/PANEL
Version 1.18
7.4 Ethernet connection cannot be established
Circuit diagram
e-touchBOX
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Hint
e-touchBOX does not require a separate bus supply since the bus supply is already integrated.
Circuit diagram
e-touchPANEL
L
N
EM PRO
PC CFL COMBO-CONNECT
DALI
PS / PS1
DALI
PS / PS1
PE L N
24–48 V DC
10 VA
PC CFL COMBO-CONNECT
EM PRO
DALI 1
+
–
+
–
e-touchPANEL
DALI 2
e-touchPANEL
Hint
e-touchPANEL requires a separate bus supply for each DALI line.
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9 Disposal
e-touchBOX/PANEL
7.4 Ethernet connection cannot be established
9 Disposal
In order to prevent damage to the environment:
 Dispose of the units in accordance with country-specific regulations.
 The units must not be disposed of in the domestic garbage or burnt.
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Version 1.18
10 Schedule for Ethernet Connection
e-touchBOX/PANEL
Version 1.18
7.4 Ethernet connection cannot be established
10 Schedule for Ethernet Connection
Name of e-touchPANEL
IP Address
MAC Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
Annotation
Name of e-touchPANEL
IP Address
MAC Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
Annotation
Name of e-touchPANEL
IP Address
MAC Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
Annotation
Name of e-touchPANEL
IP Address
MAC Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
Annotation
Name of e-touchPANEL
IP Address
MAC Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
Annotation
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