Control 4 C4-TSWMC5-EG-BL Installation guide

Control 4 C4-TSWMC5-EG-BL Installation guide
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5” and 7” In-Wall
Touch Screens Installation Guide
Introduction
The Control4® 5” or 7” In-Wall Touch Screen offers complete system control
in an elegant and compact design. These Touch Screens are equipped with a
capacitive Touch Screen surface and four (4) programmable shortcut buttons. The
power options are AC power or Power-Over-Ethernet (PoE). The device may be
connected via WiFi or Ethernet. Available for new construction or retrofits.
Supported Models
• C4-TSWMC5 – 5” In-Wall Touch Screen
• C4-TSWMC7 – 7” In-Wall Touch Screen
Associated SKUs:
•
•
•
•
C4-TSWMC5-EG-WH – 5” In-Wall Touch Screen, White
C4-TSWMC5-EG-BL – 5” In-Wall Touch Screen, Black
C4-TSWMC7-EG-WH – 7” In-Wall Touch Screen, White
C4-TSWMC7-EG-BL – 7” In-Wall Touch Screen, Black
Box Contents
Carefully unpack the contents of the box, and make sure the following items
are included in the box. If any item is missing or damaged, please contact your
Control4 Reseller.
•
•
•
•
5” or 7” In-Wall Touch Screen
Power box (used to power the Touch Screen)
Two (2) Phillips head screws to attach the power box to the wall
Warranty card
Wallbox Kit Options
There are four (4) wall box options available to install this Touch Screen. Metal and
plastic wall boxes are available for new construction or retrofit installations.
•
•
5” or 7” In-Wall Touch Screen Wall Box Kits - New Construction
Plastic Model (C4-NWB57C-P)
Metal Model (C4-NWB57C-M)
5” or 7” In-Wall Touch Screen Wall Box Kit - Retrofit
Plastic Model (C4-RWB57C-P)
Metal Model (C4-RWB57C-M)
Refer to the Control4 5” or 7” In-Wall Touch Screen Wall Box Installation Guide
- New Construction or 5” or 7” In-Wall Touch Screen Wall Box Installation Guide Retrofit for your wall box installation instructions.
Accessories
• Control4 Power Over Ethernet Injector, sold separately (AC-POE1-B)
• 5” and 7” In-Wall Touch Screens Wall Box New Construction, Plastic (C4-NWB57C-P)
• 5” and 7” In-Wall Touch Screens Wall Box New Construction, Metal (C4NWB57C-M)
• 5” and 7” In-Wall Touch Screens Wall Box Retrofit, Plastic (C4-RWB57C-P)
• 5” and 7” In-Wall Touch Screen Wall Box Retrofit, Metal (C4-RWB57C-M)
Figure 2. Ethernet Model - Requires Ethernet Connection to PoE Injector
Front and Rear Panel Description
Front View
Figure 5. Front View - 5” or 7” In-Wall Touch Screen
Requirements for In-Wall Installations
1
To install the 5” or 7” Touch Screen, you need the following:
• A Home Controller fully installed and configured with a Control4® system.
• Control4 5” and 7” Touch Screen custom wall box installed. See “Wall Box Kit
Options” in this document.
• If using Ethernet with PoE power:
- An Ethernet network installed and available that includes a gateway/router/
switch.
- Control4 PoE Injector (model #AC-POE1-B) or another third-party PoE
Injector or switch (which are certified to UL/ANSI standards).
- Two (2) Ethernet CAT5 cables to support your PoE Injector: (1) one that runs
from the Ethernet gateway/router/switch to the PoE Injector/switch and (2)
one that runs from the PoE Injector/switch to the Ethernet Touch Screen wall
box.
• If using Ethernet with AC power:
- An Ethernet network installed and available that includes a gateway/router/
switch.
- Access to in-wall AC power (a neutral connection is required).
- One (1) Ethernet CAT5 cable that runs from the Ethernet gateway/router/
switch to the Touch Screen.
• If using wireless with AC power:
- Wireless network (WiFi 802.11 b/g) installed and available with a wireless
access point (WAP).
- Access to in-wall AC power (a neutral connection is required).
- A 14-gauge electrical wire long enough to pull between the Touch Screen
and the power source.
2
Place the PoE Injector near your gateway/router/switch. Pull the Ethernet cable
from that location to where you want to install the Touch Screen.
Option 2: Ethernet Connection with AC
No PoE Injector is needed for Ethernet with AC power; the Ethernet is connected
directly to the switch. This power connection requires both neutral and hot
connections (see Figure 3).
Figure 3. Ethernet - Requires Connection to Ethernet and AC Power
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1
Display: 5” or 7” viewing area, Touch Screen with 800 x 480 resolution.
2
Shortcut buttons (4): For custom programming; to initiate an action or
sequence of actions. Use Composer Pro or Composer HE to configure these
buttons.
3
Touch Screen Removal: Small hole located under the Touch Screen to remove
the Touch Screen from the wall.
- Front dimensions. 5” Touch Screen (H x W x D): 3.15” x 4.8 x 0.9” (80mm
x 122mm x 23mm); 7” Touch Screen (H x W x D): 4.6” x 6.9 x 0.9” (117mm x
175mm) x 23mm)
- Wall box dimensions. 5” or 7” Touch Screens (H x W x D): 2.7” x 4.1” x 2.4”
(68mm x 104mm x 61mm)
- Power box dimensions. 5” or 7” Touch Screens (H x W x D): 2.8” x 4.5” x 1.8”
(71mm x 114mm x 46mm)
Placement, Network Connection, and Power
Options
Back View
Figure 6. Back View - 5” or 7” In-Wall Touch Screen and Power Box
Place the Touch Screen in a convenient location at eye level, typically near the
entrance of the room, approximately 57 to 61 inches from the floor (see Figure 1).
Figure 1. Touch Screen Placement
Option 3: WiFi Connection with AC
2
WiFi placement: Place the Touch Screen above a power source, for example, an
outlet. Ensure that you have WiFi in the home (see Figure 4).
Figure 4. WiFi - Requires AC Power and WAP
New Device
AC Power (unless using PoE)
This device uses an Ethernet or WiFi network connection, and can be powered
using PoE or AC power. Note: Do not attempt to use PoE and AC at the same time.
Option 1: Ethernet Connection with a PoE Injector or a
Third-Party Injector or Switch
PoE injects electrical current into the Ethernet cable using a PoE Injector (model
#AC-POE1-B) or a third-party PoE solution to provide the Touch Screen with power
and a network connection. The 5” and 7” Touch Screens work with the Control4
PoE Injector or a third-party PoE Injector. To set up your PoE and Ethernet
connection with a PoE Injector, see Figure 2.
1
1
Wire Connection: Hot (H) uses Black wire; Return (R) uses White wire.
2
RJ-45 port for Ethernet Connection: Ethernet port available for either a
standard Ethernet source that provides network communication only OR a
PoE source that provides power to the device and network communication.
Installation
WARNING! For the location where you are installing the Touch Screen,
switch off the circuit breaker or remove the fuse from the fuse box.
AVERTISSEMENT! Pour l’endroit où vous installez l’écran tactile, coupez le
disjoncteur ou enlevez le fusible de la boîte de fusible.
WARNUNG! Für die Position, in der Sie die Berührungseingabe anbringen,
den Circuit breaker ausschalten oder die Sicherung vom Sicherung Kasten
entfernen.
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5” and 7” In-Wall
Touch Screens Installation Guide
Introduction
The Control4® 5” or 7” In-Wall Touch Screen offers complete system control
in an elegant and compact design. These Touch Screens are equipped with a
capacitive Touch Screen surface and four (4) programmable shortcut buttons. The
power options are AC power or Power-Over-Ethernet (PoE). The device may be
connected via WiFi or Ethernet. Available for new construction or retrofits.
Supported Models
• C4-TSWMC5 – 5” In-Wall Touch Screen
• C4-TSWMC7 – 7” In-Wall Touch Screen
Associated SKUs:
•
•
•
•
C4-TSWMC5-EG-WH – 5” In-Wall Touch Screen, White
C4-TSWMC5-EG-BL – 5” In-Wall Touch Screen, Black
C4-TSWMC7-EG-WH – 7” In-Wall Touch Screen, White
C4-TSWMC7-EG-BL – 7” In-Wall Touch Screen, Black
Box Contents
Carefully unpack the contents of the box, and make sure the following items
are included in the box. If any item is missing or damaged, please contact your
Control4 Reseller.
•
•
•
•
5” or 7” In-Wall Touch Screen
Power box (used to power the Touch Screen)
Two (2) Phillips head screws to attach the power box to the wall
Warranty card
Wallbox Kit Options
There are four (4) wall box options available to install this Touch Screen. Metal and
plastic wall boxes are available for new construction or retrofit installations.
•
•
5” or 7” In-Wall Touch Screen Wall Box Kits - New Construction
Plastic Model (C4-NWB57C-P)
Metal Model (C4-NWB57C-M)
5” or 7” In-Wall Touch Screen Wall Box Kit - Retrofit
Plastic Model (C4-RWB57C-P)
Metal Model (C4-RWB57C-M)
Refer to the Control4 5” or 7” In-Wall Touch Screen Wall Box Installation Guide
- New Construction or 5” or 7” In-Wall Touch Screen Wall Box Installation Guide Retrofit for your wall box installation instructions.
Accessories
• Control4 Power Over Ethernet Injector, sold separately (AC-POE1-B)
• 5” and 7” In-Wall Touch Screens Wall Box New Construction, Plastic (C4-NWB57C-P)
• 5” and 7” In-Wall Touch Screens Wall Box New Construction, Metal (C4NWB57C-M)
• 5” and 7” In-Wall Touch Screens Wall Box Retrofit, Plastic (C4-RWB57C-P)
• 5” and 7” In-Wall Touch Screen Wall Box Retrofit, Metal (C4-RWB57C-M)
Figure 2. Ethernet Model - Requires Ethernet Connection to PoE Injector
Front and Rear Panel Description
Front View
Figure 5. Front View - 5” or 7” In-Wall Touch Screen
Requirements for In-Wall Installations
1
To install the 5” or 7” Touch Screen, you need the following:
• A Home Controller fully installed and configured with a Control4® system.
• Control4 5” and 7” Touch Screen custom wall box installed. See “Wall Box Kit
Options” in this document.
• If using Ethernet with PoE power:
- An Ethernet network installed and available that includes a gateway/router/
switch.
- Control4 PoE Injector (model #AC-POE1-B) or another third-party PoE
Injector or switch (which are certified to UL/ANSI standards).
- Two (2) Ethernet CAT5 cables to support your PoE Injector: (1) one that runs
from the Ethernet gateway/router/switch to the PoE Injector/switch and (2)
one that runs from the PoE Injector/switch to the Ethernet Touch Screen wall
box.
• If using Ethernet with AC power:
- An Ethernet network installed and available that includes a gateway/router/
switch.
- Access to in-wall AC power (a neutral connection is required).
- One (1) Ethernet CAT5 cable that runs from the Ethernet gateway/router/
switch to the Touch Screen.
• If using wireless with AC power:
- Wireless network (WiFi 802.11 b/g) installed and available with a wireless
access point (WAP).
- Access to in-wall AC power (a neutral connection is required).
- A 14-gauge electrical wire long enough to pull between the Touch Screen
and the power source.
2
Place the PoE Injector near your gateway/router/switch. Pull the Ethernet cable
from that location to where you want to install the Touch Screen.
Option 2: Ethernet Connection with AC
No PoE Injector is needed for Ethernet with AC power; the Ethernet is connected
directly to the switch. This power connection requires both neutral and hot
connections (see Figure 3).
Figure 3. Ethernet - Requires Connection to Ethernet and AC Power
3
1
Display: 5” or 7” viewing area, Touch Screen with 800 x 480 resolution.
2
Shortcut buttons (4): For custom programming; to initiate an action or
sequence of actions. Use Composer Pro or Composer HE to configure these
buttons.
3
Touch Screen Removal: Small hole located under the Touch Screen to remove
the Touch Screen from the wall.
- Front dimensions. 5” Touch Screen (H x W x D): 3.15” x 4.8 x 0.9” (80mm
x 122mm x 23mm); 7” Touch Screen (H x W x D): 4.6” x 6.9 x 0.9” (117mm x
175mm) x 23mm)
- Wall box dimensions. 5” or 7” Touch Screens (H x W x D): 2.7” x 4.1” x 2.4”
(68mm x 104mm x 61mm)
- Power box dimensions. 5” or 7” Touch Screens (H x W x D): 2.8” x 4.5” x 1.8”
(71mm x 114mm x 46mm)
Placement, Network Connection, and Power
Options
Back View
Figure 6. Back View - 5” or 7” In-Wall Touch Screen and Power Box
Place the Touch Screen in a convenient location at eye level, typically near the
entrance of the room, approximately 57 to 61 inches from the floor (see Figure 1).
Figure 1. Touch Screen Placement
Option 3: WiFi Connection with AC
2
WiFi placement: Place the Touch Screen above a power source, for example, an
outlet. Ensure that you have WiFi in the home (see Figure 4).
Figure 4. WiFi - Requires AC Power and WAP
New Device
AC Power (unless using PoE)
This device uses an Ethernet or WiFi network connection, and can be powered
using PoE or AC power. Note: Do not attempt to use PoE and AC at the same time.
Option 1: Ethernet Connection with a PoE Injector or a
Third-Party Injector or Switch
PoE injects electrical current into the Ethernet cable using a PoE Injector (model
#AC-POE1-B) or a third-party PoE solution to provide the Touch Screen with power
and a network connection. The 5” and 7” Touch Screens work with the Control4
PoE Injector or a third-party PoE Injector. To set up your PoE and Ethernet
connection with a PoE Injector, see Figure 2.
1
1
Wire Connection: Hot (H) uses Black wire; Return (R) uses White wire.
2
RJ-45 port for Ethernet Connection: Ethernet port available for either a
standard Ethernet source that provides network communication only OR a
PoE source that provides power to the device and network communication.
Installation
WARNING! For the location where you are installing the Touch Screen,
switch off the circuit breaker or remove the fuse from the fuse box.
AVERTISSEMENT! Pour l’endroit où vous installez l’écran tactile, coupez le
disjoncteur ou enlevez le fusible de la boîte de fusible.
WARNUNG! Für die Position, in der Sie die Berührungseingabe anbringen,
den Circuit breaker ausschalten oder die Sicherung vom Sicherung Kasten
entfernen.
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IMPORTANT! When cutting the opening for the wall box, DO NOT cut the
opening too large. Be conservative and cautiously enlarge it as needed.
Figure 7. AC Power Connection
IMPORTANT! En coupant l’ouverture pour la boîte de mur, ne coupez
pas l’ouverture trop grande. Soyez conservateur et agrandissez-avec
précaution la comme nécessaire.
Power Box
WICHTIG! Wenn Sie die öffnung für den Wandkasten schneiden,
schneiden Sie NICHT die große öffnung zu. Seien Sie konservativ und
vergrößern Sie es vorsichtig, wie gebraucht.
IMPORTANT! Before you can complete these instructions below, you must
have a Control4 5” or 7” Touch Screen wall box installed according to the
documentation provided in the wall box kit. See “Accessories” for details.
IMPORTANT! En coupant l’ouverture pour la boîte de mur, ne coupez
pas l’ouverture trop grande. Soyez conservateur et agrandissez-avec
précaution la comme nécessaire. Voyez que <<Accessories>>.
WICHTIG! Bevor Sie diese Anweisungen durchführen können, müssen
Sie ein Control4 7 haben“ der Berührungseingaben- Wandkasten,
der entsprechend den Unterlagen angebracht wird, die in den
Wandkasteninstallationssatz bereitgestellt werden. Sehen Sie daß
“Accessories.”
Network Options
• Power Over Ethernet (PoE): The Ethernet network connection is provided
through the PoE Injector. No additional wiring is needed.
• Standard Ethernet Connection: Connect the Touch Screen to one of the RJ45 LAN ports on the gateway/router using the RJ-45 Ethernet cable. • WiFi Connection: The internal WiFi antenna will communicate with the LAN’s
WAP. If the LAN has a WAP set up, no additional wiring is needed.
Power Configurations
Wall Box
8
(WiFi only) Connect to a WAP on the Touch Screen (see Figure 10):
Figure 10. Wireless Configuration
Connect Wires
to Terminal Block
• Align and bend the wires carefully to fit them inside the wall box.
• Align and carefully slide the power box into the wall box.
Power Over Ethernet (PoE) Connection. Install a PoE Injector (sold
separately) or switch, and then connect the PoE Injector to the power and
network. Connect it to the power box. The steps below describe how to install
a Control4 PoE Injector.
• Connect the Control4 PoE Injector to a power source, for example, an AC
outlet, using the power cord (provided with the unit).
• Connect one of the RJ-45 LAN ports on the gateway/router/switch to the
PoE Injector’s LAN port using the RJ-45 Ethernet cable.
• Connect the PoE Injector’s PWR LAN-OUT port to the RJ-45 Ethernet cable
that will be connected to the Touch Screen.
• Pull the Ethernet cable through the top back hole of the wall box to the
Ethernet connector on the top back of the power box, and then connect it
(see Figure 8).
• Align and carefully slide the power box into the wall box. Unless the Touch
Screen is in the power box, it doesn’t pull any power.
Figure 8. Ethernet Connection
Ethernet
Connection
AVERTISSEMENT! Ne placez pas l’unité près des sources de chaleur ou
exposition pour diriger la lumière du soleil pendant une période prolongée.
WARNUNG! Setzen Sie Maßeinheit nicht nahe Quellen der Hitze oder des
Exposés, um Tageslicht während eines ausgedehnten Zeitabschnitts zu
verweisen.
IMPORTANT! N’employez pas les stylos ou les objets pointus pour diriger
ou pour faire des choix sur l’écran. Pour choisir un article ou un rouleau
par une liste, employez votre bout du doigt.
• After initialization, press and hold the large white 4 on the center of the Touch
Screen to enter the configuration screen.
• Press the Network button on the Touch Screen configuration page. The
network configuration screen displays.
• Under Wireless, select Enable. If you don’t see the network you want, select
Other.
• At Network Name, select to add the SSID or wireless network when the
keyboard appears. Select Done.
• At Security, select None, WEP 64, WEP 128, or WPA. At Password, type the
password on the keyboard that appears. Press Done.
• Select Connect. Notice that the IP settings change. The IP address is set to
DHCP by default. (Optional) If you need to set a static IP address instead,
complete the following steps:
- On the Network page, press Static.
- Select each box one at a time and type the address: IP Address, Subnet
Mask, Default Gateway, Preferred DNS, and Alternate DNS. When the
keyboard appears, type the address, and then press Done.
• Press OK to return to the Network page. You can now connect to a Control4
Director running on a Control4 device on the network.
• Press OK.
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When your Touch Screen is physically installed and appears on the home
network, you can add and configure it to the Control4 System using the
Composer Pro software. See the Composer Pro User Guide for information
about how to add and identify the Touch Screen to the Control4 System.
Restore to Factory Default
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WARNING! Do not place the Touch Screen near sources of heat or expose
to direct sunlight for an extended period of time.
IMPORTANT! Do not use pens or sharp objects to navigate or make
selections on the Touch Screen. To select an item or scroll through a list,
use your fingertip.
Prepare the plastic power box for installation into the wall box by inserting
either the Ethernet cable or the AC power cable into the power box (see
Figures 7 and 8).
• Thread the power cable through the bottom back hole of the wall box straight
through to the terminal (Figure 7). Remove the tab covering the hole first.
• Strip the black and white power wire ends to 1/4” if necessary. Using a Phillips
head screwdriver, loosen the screws on the power box’s terminal block and
connect the power wires to each terminal (see Figure 7).
• Cap the ground wire from the wall if you are using a plastic wall box. Attach
the ground wire to the wall box when using a metal wall box.
To protect the screen’s display: Use one of the screen-saver options available
from the More > Settings > Screen Saver page.
Power Cable
Terminal Block
• AC Power. AC power is used to power the Touch Screen when using an
Ethernet or WiFi network connection.
• PoE. PoE is used to power the Touch Screen when using an Ethernet or WiFi
network connection.
AC Power Connection. The steps below represent a typical U.S. installation.
Connect wires to the AC power source for the Touch Screen according
to your national and local electrical codes. Your installation may require
alternative wires and a terminal block.
7
Secure the power box into the wall box using the screws provided. Note:
Overtightening power box screws could result in a poor connection between
the Touch Screen and the power box.
4
Align and slide the back of the Touch Screen into the power box. The Touch
Screen is magnetic and should snap right into place.
5
(Optional) To secure the Touch Screen inside the power box, remove the tape
covering the bottom security pin (see Figure 9) before attaching the Touch
Screen to the power box.
6
Note the pinhole on the bottom underside of the Touch Screen’s faceplate. If
you ever need to remove the Touch Screen from the wall, do the following:
• Locate the small pinhole on a tab (right side) underneath the Touch Screen.
• Insert a paper clip into the hole (about 1/4”). With both hands, lift the Touch
Screen from the bottom of the screen toward you to remove it (see Figure 9).
Figure 9. Touch Screen Pin and Pinhole
Security pin
Press and hold the red 4 button in the top left corner of the screen upon start up,
and follow the instructions presented on the screen to initiate the factory restore
process and to reset the Touch Screen to the factory default settings.
Composer Driver Information
Choose either the 5” Touch Screen (C4-TSWMC5) or 7” Touch Screen (C4TSWMC7) driver in Composer Pro and add it to your project. If the driver doesn’t
appear in the My Drivers list, right-click a driver and select the Restore Default List
menu option to refresh the list.
To check if you have the correct driver, after it’s installed in the project, hover over
the driver in the project tree and the SKU will appear. See the Composer Pro User
Guide for more details.
WARNING! The Touch Screen must be protected by an external circuit
breaker or a fuse rated at 6A maximum when used in Europe.
AVERTISSEMENT! Pour réduire le risque du feu ou de choc électrique,
n’exposez pas cet appareil à la pluie ou à l’humidité.
WARNUNG! Die Berührungseingabe muß durch einen externen Circuit
breaker oder eine Sicherung geschützt werden, die am Maximum 6A
veranschlagen wird, wenn sie in Europa verwendet wird.
Speaker
Insert paper clip here to
remove Touch Screen
WICHTIG! Benutzen Sie nicht Federn oder scharfe Gegenstände, um oder
Vorwähleren auf dem Schirm zu bilden zu steuern. Um ein Einzelteil oder
eine Rolle durch eine Liste vorzuwählen, benutzen Sie Ihre Fingerspitze.
IMPORTANT! Improper use or installation can cause LOSS/DAMAGE OF
PROPERTY.
IMPORTANT! L’utilisation ou l’installation inexacte peut causer LOSS/
DAMAGE DE PROPRIÉTÉ.
WICHTIG! Unsachgemäßer Gebrauch oder Installation können LOSS/
DAMAGE DER EIGENSCHAFT verursachen.
IMPORTANT! Using this product in a manner other than outlined in this
document voids your warranty. Further, Control4 is NOT liable for any
damage incurred with the misuse of this product. See “Warranty.”
IMPORTANT! Utilisant ce produit en quelque sorte autre que décrit dans
ce document vide votre garantie. De plus, Control4 n’est pas responsable
d’aucun dommage encouru avec l’abus de ce produit. Voyez que
«Warranty.»
WICHTIG! Das Verwenden dieses Produktes in gewissem Sinne anders
als umrissen in diesem Dokument hebt Ihre Garantie auf. Weiter ist
Control4 NICHT für irgendeine Beschädigung verantwortlich, die mit
der Fehlanwendung dieses Produktes genommen wird. Sehen Sie, daß
“Warranty.”
WARNING! Install in accordance with all national, state, and local electrical
CODES.
AVERTISSEMENT! Installez selon tous les national, état, et codes
électriques locaux.
WARNING! This product generates heat. The room must have adequate
VENTILATION or the ability to dissipate heat effectively.
AVERTISSEMENT! Ce produit produit de la chaleur. La salle doit avoir à
VENTILATION proportionnée ou la capacité d’absorber la chaleur
efficacement.
WARNING! This product must be grounded in accordance with the
National Electrical Code (NEC) requirements.
AVERTISSEMENT! Ce produit doit être fondu selon les conditions
électriques nationales de code (NEC).
WARNING! Use this product only in dry locations.
AVERTISSEMENT! Employez ce produit seulement dans des endroits secs.
CAUTION! This product is for residential use only.
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IMPORTANT! When cutting the opening for the wall box, DO NOT cut the
opening too large. Be conservative and cautiously enlarge it as needed.
Figure 7. AC Power Connection
IMPORTANT! En coupant l’ouverture pour la boîte de mur, ne coupez
pas l’ouverture trop grande. Soyez conservateur et agrandissez-avec
précaution la comme nécessaire.
Power Box
WICHTIG! Wenn Sie die öffnung für den Wandkasten schneiden,
schneiden Sie NICHT die große öffnung zu. Seien Sie konservativ und
vergrößern Sie es vorsichtig, wie gebraucht.
IMPORTANT! Before you can complete these instructions below, you must
have a Control4 5” or 7” Touch Screen wall box installed according to the
documentation provided in the wall box kit. See “Accessories” for details.
IMPORTANT! En coupant l’ouverture pour la boîte de mur, ne coupez
pas l’ouverture trop grande. Soyez conservateur et agrandissez-avec
précaution la comme nécessaire. Voyez que <<Accessories>>.
WICHTIG! Bevor Sie diese Anweisungen durchführen können, müssen
Sie ein Control4 7 haben“ der Berührungseingaben- Wandkasten,
der entsprechend den Unterlagen angebracht wird, die in den
Wandkasteninstallationssatz bereitgestellt werden. Sehen Sie daß
“Accessories.”
Network Options
• Power Over Ethernet (PoE): The Ethernet network connection is provided
through the PoE Injector. No additional wiring is needed.
• Standard Ethernet Connection: Connect the Touch Screen to one of the RJ45 LAN ports on the gateway/router using the RJ-45 Ethernet cable. • WiFi Connection: The internal WiFi antenna will communicate with the LAN’s
WAP. If the LAN has a WAP set up, no additional wiring is needed.
Power Configurations
Wall Box
8
(WiFi only) Connect to a WAP on the Touch Screen (see Figure 10):
Figure 10. Wireless Configuration
Connect Wires
to Terminal Block
• Align and bend the wires carefully to fit them inside the wall box.
• Align and carefully slide the power box into the wall box.
Power Over Ethernet (PoE) Connection. Install a PoE Injector (sold
separately) or switch, and then connect the PoE Injector to the power and
network. Connect it to the power box. The steps below describe how to install
a Control4 PoE Injector.
• Connect the Control4 PoE Injector to a power source, for example, an AC
outlet, using the power cord (provided with the unit).
• Connect one of the RJ-45 LAN ports on the gateway/router/switch to the
PoE Injector’s LAN port using the RJ-45 Ethernet cable.
• Connect the PoE Injector’s PWR LAN-OUT port to the RJ-45 Ethernet cable
that will be connected to the Touch Screen.
• Pull the Ethernet cable through the top back hole of the wall box to the
Ethernet connector on the top back of the power box, and then connect it
(see Figure 8).
• Align and carefully slide the power box into the wall box. Unless the Touch
Screen is in the power box, it doesn’t pull any power.
Figure 8. Ethernet Connection
Ethernet
Connection
AVERTISSEMENT! Ne placez pas l’unité près des sources de chaleur ou
exposition pour diriger la lumière du soleil pendant une période prolongée.
WARNUNG! Setzen Sie Maßeinheit nicht nahe Quellen der Hitze oder des
Exposés, um Tageslicht während eines ausgedehnten Zeitabschnitts zu
verweisen.
IMPORTANT! N’employez pas les stylos ou les objets pointus pour diriger
ou pour faire des choix sur l’écran. Pour choisir un article ou un rouleau
par une liste, employez votre bout du doigt.
• After initialization, press and hold the large white 4 on the center of the Touch
Screen to enter the configuration screen.
• Press the Network button on the Touch Screen configuration page. The
network configuration screen displays.
• Under Wireless, select Enable. If you don’t see the network you want, select
Other.
• At Network Name, select to add the SSID or wireless network when the
keyboard appears. Select Done.
• At Security, select None, WEP 64, WEP 128, or WPA. At Password, type the
password on the keyboard that appears. Press Done.
• Select Connect. Notice that the IP settings change. The IP address is set to
DHCP by default. (Optional) If you need to set a static IP address instead,
complete the following steps:
- On the Network page, press Static.
- Select each box one at a time and type the address: IP Address, Subnet
Mask, Default Gateway, Preferred DNS, and Alternate DNS. When the
keyboard appears, type the address, and then press Done.
• Press OK to return to the Network page. You can now connect to a Control4
Director running on a Control4 device on the network.
• Press OK.
9
When your Touch Screen is physically installed and appears on the home
network, you can add and configure it to the Control4 System using the
Composer Pro software. See the Composer Pro User Guide for information
about how to add and identify the Touch Screen to the Control4 System.
Restore to Factory Default
3
WARNING! Do not place the Touch Screen near sources of heat or expose
to direct sunlight for an extended period of time.
IMPORTANT! Do not use pens or sharp objects to navigate or make
selections on the Touch Screen. To select an item or scroll through a list,
use your fingertip.
Prepare the plastic power box for installation into the wall box by inserting
either the Ethernet cable or the AC power cable into the power box (see
Figures 7 and 8).
• Thread the power cable through the bottom back hole of the wall box straight
through to the terminal (Figure 7). Remove the tab covering the hole first.
• Strip the black and white power wire ends to 1/4” if necessary. Using a Phillips
head screwdriver, loosen the screws on the power box’s terminal block and
connect the power wires to each terminal (see Figure 7).
• Cap the ground wire from the wall if you are using a plastic wall box. Attach
the ground wire to the wall box when using a metal wall box.
To protect the screen’s display: Use one of the screen-saver options available
from the More > Settings > Screen Saver page.
Power Cable
Terminal Block
• AC Power. AC power is used to power the Touch Screen when using an
Ethernet or WiFi network connection.
• PoE. PoE is used to power the Touch Screen when using an Ethernet or WiFi
network connection.
AC Power Connection. The steps below represent a typical U.S. installation.
Connect wires to the AC power source for the Touch Screen according
to your national and local electrical codes. Your installation may require
alternative wires and a terminal block.
7
Secure the power box into the wall box using the screws provided. Note:
Overtightening power box screws could result in a poor connection between
the Touch Screen and the power box.
4
Align and slide the back of the Touch Screen into the power box. The Touch
Screen is magnetic and should snap right into place.
5
(Optional) To secure the Touch Screen inside the power box, remove the tape
covering the bottom security pin (see Figure 9) before attaching the Touch
Screen to the power box.
6
Note the pinhole on the bottom underside of the Touch Screen’s faceplate. If
you ever need to remove the Touch Screen from the wall, do the following:
• Locate the small pinhole on a tab (right side) underneath the Touch Screen.
• Insert a paper clip into the hole (about 1/4”). With both hands, lift the Touch
Screen from the bottom of the screen toward you to remove it (see Figure 9).
Figure 9. Touch Screen Pin and Pinhole
Security pin
Press and hold the red 4 button in the top left corner of the screen upon start up,
and follow the instructions presented on the screen to initiate the factory restore
process and to reset the Touch Screen to the factory default settings.
Composer Driver Information
Choose either the 5” Touch Screen (C4-TSWMC5) or 7” Touch Screen (C4TSWMC7) driver in Composer Pro and add it to your project. If the driver doesn’t
appear in the My Drivers list, right-click a driver and select the Restore Default List
menu option to refresh the list.
To check if you have the correct driver, after it’s installed in the project, hover over
the driver in the project tree and the SKU will appear. See the Composer Pro User
Guide for more details.
WARNING! The Touch Screen must be protected by an external circuit
breaker or a fuse rated at 6A maximum when used in Europe.
AVERTISSEMENT! Pour réduire le risque du feu ou de choc électrique,
n’exposez pas cet appareil à la pluie ou à l’humidité.
WARNUNG! Die Berührungseingabe muß durch einen externen Circuit
breaker oder eine Sicherung geschützt werden, die am Maximum 6A
veranschlagen wird, wenn sie in Europa verwendet wird.
Speaker
Insert paper clip here to
remove Touch Screen
WICHTIG! Benutzen Sie nicht Federn oder scharfe Gegenstände, um oder
Vorwähleren auf dem Schirm zu bilden zu steuern. Um ein Einzelteil oder
eine Rolle durch eine Liste vorzuwählen, benutzen Sie Ihre Fingerspitze.
IMPORTANT! Improper use or installation can cause LOSS/DAMAGE OF
PROPERTY.
IMPORTANT! L’utilisation ou l’installation inexacte peut causer LOSS/
DAMAGE DE PROPRIÉTÉ.
WICHTIG! Unsachgemäßer Gebrauch oder Installation können LOSS/
DAMAGE DER EIGENSCHAFT verursachen.
IMPORTANT! Using this product in a manner other than outlined in this
document voids your warranty. Further, Control4 is NOT liable for any
damage incurred with the misuse of this product. See “Warranty.”
IMPORTANT! Utilisant ce produit en quelque sorte autre que décrit dans
ce document vide votre garantie. De plus, Control4 n’est pas responsable
d’aucun dommage encouru avec l’abus de ce produit. Voyez que
«Warranty.»
WICHTIG! Das Verwenden dieses Produktes in gewissem Sinne anders
als umrissen in diesem Dokument hebt Ihre Garantie auf. Weiter ist
Control4 NICHT für irgendeine Beschädigung verantwortlich, die mit
der Fehlanwendung dieses Produktes genommen wird. Sehen Sie, daß
“Warranty.”
WARNING! Install in accordance with all national, state, and local electrical
CODES.
AVERTISSEMENT! Installez selon tous les national, état, et codes
électriques locaux.
WARNING! This product generates heat. The room must have adequate
VENTILATION or the ability to dissipate heat effectively.
AVERTISSEMENT! Ce produit produit de la chaleur. La salle doit avoir à
VENTILATION proportionnée ou la capacité d’absorber la chaleur
efficacement.
WARNING! This product must be grounded in accordance with the
National Electrical Code (NEC) requirements.
AVERTISSEMENT! Ce produit doit être fondu selon les conditions
électriques nationales de code (NEC).
WARNING! Use this product only in dry locations.
AVERTISSEMENT! Employez ce produit seulement dans des endroits secs.
CAUTION! This product is for residential use only.
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ATTENTION! Ce produit est pour à l’usage résidentiel ou commercial
seulement.
MAGNET WARNING! Located within the plastic enclosures of this
product are strong (rare earth) magnets that are used to attach the face
plate to the electrical box. If someone handling or using the product has
a pacemaker, defibrillator, or similar electronic device used for health
purposes, avoid close proximity (closer than 20 inches) to the product
until you consult your physician. Magnetic fields can cause damage to
magnetic storage media (for example, credit cards, video tapes, computer
hard drives, etc). Keep all magnets at least 20 inches away from all types
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AVERTISSEMENT! Aimants! Dans l’emballage en plastique de ce produit
sont inclus des aimants très puissants utilisés pour attacher les plaques
de surface aux boites électriques. Si quelqu’un, manipulant ou utilisant ce
produit est muni d’un pacemaker, défibrillateur ou autre dispositif d’ordre
médical, il doit éviter de se trouver à proximité (moins de 20 pouces) de
ce produit avant d’avoir consulté son médecin. Les champs magnétiques
des aimants peuvent endommager le stockage d’information d’ordre
magnétique (ex : cartes de crédit, bandes vidéo, disques durs d’ordinateur,
etc.) Gardez tous les aimants au moins à 20 pouces de distance de tout
type de stockage d’information d’ordre magnétique. Certains dispositifs
électroniques sont sensibles aux champs magnétiques et peuvent être
endommagés de façon permanente ou être désactivés si ils sont exposés
à un champs magnétique trop puissant. Pour plus d’information, consultez
le manuel d’utilisateur propre à votre pièce électronique.
To review regulatory information for your particular Control4 products, see
the information located on the Control4 website at: http://www.control4.com/
regulatory/
Warranty
For complete warranty information, including details on consumer legal rights as
well as warranty exclusions, visit www.control4.com/warranty.
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SI avalés, les aimants peuvent causer des blessures graves et aussi causer
la mort. Si des aimants ont été avalés (ou vous doutez qu’ils ont pu l’être)
obtenez les soins médicaux de personnes compétentes immédiatement.
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