648TM PRESET TIMER

648TM PRESET TIMER
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Your timer can operate in one of two basic modes that are set at installation:
On Delay Mode
1.
Press button once to energise circuit and start timer. The unit will be switched ON for the time
prescribed, then automatically switch OFF.
2.
Press button a second time if you wish to switch OFF unit before timer expires.
3.
Using the Manual Override feature (this feature may be deactivated at installation):
• You may manually override the timer to switch ON unit indefinitely by pressing and holding
the button for two seconds.
• Press button again to switch OFF unit.
Off Delay Mode
1.
Press button once to energise circuit. The unit will remain switched ON indefinitely.
2.
Press button a second time to start timer. From this button press, the unit will remain switched
ON for the time prescribed, then automatically switch OFF.
3.
Press button a third time if you wish to switch OFF unit before timer expires.
NOTE:
1.
In the event of power loss, upon power resumption the timer will start-up in the initial LOAD
OFF state.
2.
Timer cannot be operated via a remote switch.
648TM PRESET TIMER
Installation and consumer operating instructions for CAT 648TM
Preset Timer.
FEATURES
Your PDL preset timer is an electronic device which enables your
appliances to be powered for a restricted period of time, reducing
energy consumption and limiting the danger of leaving appliances
on for extended periods of time. The 648TM module is designed
for compatibility with 600 series wallplates and features a simple
one-button user interface. The time period (from 15s to 120min)
and operation mode (on delay, on delay with manual override, or off
delay) can be selected at installation. This timer may be used with
loads of up to 3A at 240V a.c. (for larger loads use in conjunction
with PDL modular relay 600RM - rated to 16A).
PRODUCT WARRANTY/12 MONTHS
RATINGS
The PDL 648TM Timer has a 12-month warranty from the date of purchase providing the unit is
installed according to these instructions, local wiring regulations and Codes of Practice. This warranty
is void on any unit that has been tampered with, or damaged by accident, improper operation or
incorrect installation.
This guarantee is in addition to, and does not in any way affect the rights under the Consumer
Guarantees Act 1993, if the ACT applies to the supply of this product and you are not acquiring
the product for a business use. If the ACT applies and any term is inconsistent with the terms or
requirements of the ACT that term shall be invalid without affecting the remaining terms of the
warranty.
Note: Under the CGA 1993, Schneider Electric advises that this product does not contain user
serviceable components thus spare parts and repair facilities are not available. In the event of a
warranty claim, the product must be returned to the point of purchase or direct to Australia/New
Zealand distributors together with the proof of purchase.
Operating Voltage................................. 230-240V a.c. @ 50Hz
Load Capacity..................................................................... 3A
Operating Temperature......................................... -10 to 40oC
Timer Range.................................................. 15sec to 120min
Compliance Standards....................... AS/NZS3100, CISPR14
648TM Install sheet.pdf 2 October 2014
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Determine Mode of Operation
The 648TM timer is designed to operate in Three unique configurations which are selected
by setting the ‘Mode’ and ‘Delay’ dials at the back of the timer during installation. These three
configurations are described as follows 1)
D1 = On Timer with Manual Override
On Timer Operation
In this mode the timer is initially in idle state and the load is off (refer Figure 1). Timer starts as soon
as Start button is pressed for less than two seconds (point A) and the load is switched on. Timer will
stop automatically after the prescribed time (point C). The timer will be deactivated if the Start button
is pressed in-between, (point B).
The LED indicator will flash after every half second to show that the timer is active.
(A) Start/Reset button is pressed for less than
two seconds.
(B) Start/Reset button is pressed when the timer
is active in order to stop the timer.
(C) Timer has expired.
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Figure 1: On Timer with manual override
Manual Override Operation
The Timing feature of the 648TM can be bypassed to make it work as a normal On/Off switch. Initially
the load is in off state. If the Start button is pressed for more than two seconds (point D) the load will
be switched On and will remain On until the button is pressed again (point E).
The LED indicator will remain steady ON to show that unit is working as switch and load is On. Not
Flashing
(D) Start/Reset button is pressed for two seconds
or more to turn load on
(E) Start/Reset button is pressed in order to turn
the load and the LED OFF.
Select Timer Settings
The back of your 648TM timer has two setting dials, labelled ‘MODE’ and ‘DELAY’ respectively. Use
the Timer Setting Table below to determine the position of these dials, which will configure the timer
to suit your needs.
EXAMPLE
In this example, the timer is set to function in Off
Delay mode (D2) with a Timer Active period of 40
minutes (see operation diagram, Figure 3).
Please note, all times in table are in minutes.
• 0.25min = 15sec;
• 0.5min = 30sec.
Some quick ref settings for On Timer with Manual Override are
5 minutes = mode setting 0 and Delay 4
20 minutes = Mode setting 0 and Delay 7
45 minutes = Mode setting 0 and delay C
90 minutes = Mode setting 1 and Delay 9
120 minutes = Mode setting 1 and delay F
2)
D2 = Off Countdown
In this mode the load is initially in Off state (refer Figure 3). Unit is activated as soon as Start button
is pressed (point F) and the load comes On and will remain On till further action. Please note that the
unit is functioning as a switch and timer is not in action yet. The timer will be activated when the Start
button is pressed again (G). The unit will start counting down to the set time and will be deactivated
when timer has expired (I). The load will be switched Off if start button is pressed before timer has
expired.
(F) Start/Reset button is pressed for less than
two seconds.
(G) Start/Reset button is pressed when load is ON
to activate the timer
(H) Start/Reset button is pressed when the timer
is active in order to stop the timer
Figure 3: Off count down
(I) Timer has expired.
3)
D3 = On Timer with No Manual Override
On Timer Operation
In this mode the timer is initially in idle state and the load is off (refer Figure 1). Timer starts as soon
as Start button is pressed (point A) and the load is switched on. Timer will stop automatically after
the prescribed time (point C). The timer will be deactivated if the Start button is pressed in-between,
(point B).
The LED indicator will flash after every half second to show that the timer is active.
(A) Start/Reset button is pressed.
(B) Start/Reset button is pressed when the timer
is active in order to stop the timer.
(C) Timer has expired.
Figure 1: On Timer with no manual override
Some quick ref settings for On Timer with No Manual Override are
5 minutes = mode setting 4 and Delay 4
20 minutes = Mode setting 4 and Delay 7
45minutes = Mode setting 4 and delay C
90 minutes = Mode setting 5 and Delay 9
120 minutes = Mode setting 5 and delay F
D1 = On Timer with Manual Override
D2 = Off Countdown
D3 = On Timer with no manual override
Complete the Assembly
WARNING: Before wiring, ensure the supply is
disconnected at the distribution board and study the
connection diagram before terminating wires. Be careful
not to connect the supply line to any terminal other than
indicated in the diagram and on the product. Connect
wires to the product as indicated in the wiring diagram.
1.
Select the appropriately coloured front cover from
the enclosed assortment and snap onto the front of
the timer as shown in figure 4.
IMPORTANT: Front cover must be installed to avoid
potential safety hazards.
2.
3.
Terminate wires as indicated in the wiring diagram
(see figure 5)
NOTE: The timer module is not surge protected.
Protection from power surges may be
accommodated by installing an external surge
protection device.
Figure 4: Front Cover Installation
Figure 5: Wiring Diagram
Snap unit into a modular mounting plate as shown
in figure 6.
IMPORTANT: Mounting in a 4, 5, or 6 aperture grid
plate with a PDL 144 flush box requires a minimum
wall cladding thickness of 10mm.
Figure 6: Mounting Timer
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