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Funk-Management
Radio-control switching
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Operating Instructions
Radio-control switching
actuator (built-in type)
1. Function
1.1. Radio-control switching actuator
The radio-control switching actuator permits switching of electrical loads
(AC 230 V ~/ 10 A) by radio remote-control.
The radio-control switching actuator can also be operated with a standard
mechanical pushbutton connected to the extension input (230 V).
After receiving a telegram from a programmed radio detector, the
switching actuator is switched on for about 1 minute.
The switching actuator can be programmed to store up to 30 radio
channels.
The device is equipped on the front with a programming key
programming LED
and a
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Lightscapes
The switching actuator can be included in up to five lightscapes which are
activated with the corresponding radio-control transmitters (e.g. handheld transmitter ‘Komfort’) and stored. The desired lightscape key must
be programmed beforehand into the switching actuator.
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All-ON / All-OFF
The programming of a radio channel (e.g. hand-held transmitter
‘Komfort’) always includes the simultaneous and automatic storage of the
functions of the All-ON or All- OFF key.The All-ON or All-OFF key of a
radio-control transmitter switches the load connected to the switching
actuator on or off.
Light control
In combination with a programmed radio-control presence detector or
light sensor, the switching actuator can be used for two-state lighting
control functions (load either on or off). For more information, refer to the
operating instructions of the radio presence detector or light sensor.
1.2. Radio-control momentarycontact actuator
The radio-control actuator closes its relay contact as long as it receives
programmed radiocontrol switching telegrams (e.g. from a channel key /\
of a handheld transmitter). When the corresponding channel key is
released within the maximum transmitting time, the radio-control
momentary-contact actuator reopens the relay contact.
When the channel key is depressed longer than the maximum
transmitting time of the transmitter or when the transmission is disturbed,
the relay contact remains closed for approximately 16 s. After a brief
depression of the programmed channel key, the relay contact closes for
about 0.3 s.
After a brief depression of the programmed channel key, the relay contact
closes for about 0.3 s. The radio-control momentarycontact actuator can
be programmed to store up to 30 radio channels. The actuator is
and a programming LED d.
equipped with a programming key
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L Notes: The radio-control momentarycontact actuator cannot be used
with a universal transmitter (Art. no. 20 FP).
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2. Montage
Safety instructions
Attention: Electrical equipment must be installed and fitted by
qualified electricians only.
Antenne:
To increase the transmitting range, the antenna wire must always be
unrolled and extended freely. Keep a distance to large metal parts (e.g.
metallic doorframes). Do not shorten or lengthen the antenna and do not
strip off the insulation.
3. Installation
Connect the radio-control actuator as shown in fig. B.
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Extension input signal
Connect the extension pushbutton T as shown in fig. B.
Radio-control switching actuator:
with a momentary-contact pushbutton T (make contact) used as
extension unit (230 V), the radiocontrol switching actuator can be
switched alternatingly on and off. Depressing the pushbutton for more
than 4 seconds activates the programming mode. Radio-control
momentary-contact actuator: The radio-control. momentary-contact
actuator closes its relay contact as long as pushbutton T (make contact)
is held depressed. Depressing the pushbutton for more than 4 seconds
activates the programming mode.
Important:
L The distance from electrical appliances (e.g. microwave oven, hi-fi and
TV sets) must be at least 0.5 m.
L To prevent saturation of the radio receiver (actuator), the radio-control
actuator must be at least 1 m away from the nearest transmitter.
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4. Programming of a radio
transmitter
During programming of a transmitter, the sensitivity of a radiocontrol
receiver is reduced to a range of approx. 5 m. The distance between the
radio-control actuator and the transmitter to be programmed into the
actuator should be between 0.5 m and 5 m.
Local activation
1. Switch off the load connected to the radio-control actuator by
depressing the programming key briefly (< 1 s).
2. Depress the programming key for about 4 seconds to change over to
the programming mode. During these 4 seconds, the load will be
switched on. Thereafter, the LED will flash for about 1 minute (fig. C).
The radiocontrol actuator is now in the programming mode.
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3. Send a radio telegram from the selected transmitter (fig. D); see
„Radio-control transmitter“ operating instructions:)
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Programming a channel
Depress the channel key for more than 1 second.
Programming a lightscape key (not with
momentarycontactactuator)
Depress the lightscape key for more than 3 seconds.
Programming a detector (not with momentarycontact actuator)
Remove the battery for about 2 minutes from the detector. Put the
the battery back in place and make a movement inside the detection
range of the detector within the next 15 minutes.
Programming a presence detector or a light sensor (not with
momentary contact actuator)
Remove the battery(ies) for about 2 minutes from the transmitter.
After putting the battery back in place, the device starts transmitting
programming telegrams for about 30 s.
L It is not possible to program a combination consisting of presence
detector, light sensor and detector.
4. The radio-control actuator confirms storage of the data transmitted by
a permanently lit LED (fig. E).
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5. The programming mode ends automatically after about 1 minute or
can be terminated by a short depression of the programming key.
The radiocontrol actuator is then again in the normal operating mode.
Activation from extension pushbutton T
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1. Switch off the connected load by a short (< 1 s) depression of
extension pushbutton T.
2. Depress the extension pushbutton for about 4 seconds to change
over to the programming mode. During these 4 seconds the load will
be switched on. Thereafter, the LED will flash for about 1 minute (fig.
G). The radio-control actuator is now in the programming mode.
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3. Send a radio telegram from the selected transmitter (fig. H); see also
„Local activation“.
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4. The radio-control actuator confirms storage of the data transmitted by
a permanently lit LED (fig. I).
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5. The programming mode ends automatically after about 1 minute or
can be terminated by a short depression of the extension pushbutton.
The radio-control actuator is then again in the normal operating
mode.
L When all 30 memories are occupied, it is necessary to delete an
already stored transmitter before a new one can be programmed.
L The programming of a radio channel (e.g. hand-held transmitter
‘Komfort’) always includes the simultaneous and automatic storage of
the functions of the All-ON or All- OFF key.
4.1. Deleting a radio-control transmitter
A radio-control-transmitter in the actuator’s memory is deleted when the
same transmitter is programmed again into the memory (see above). All
channels and lightscape keys must be deleted one by one. Successful
deletion is signalled by the LED blinking faster (fig. J).
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5. Radio transmission
Radio transmission takes place on non-exclusive frequencies.
Interference can therefore not be excluded. This type of radio
transmission is not suitablefor safety applications such as
emergency shut-off or emergency calling functions.
The transmitting range of a radio transmitter (max. 100 m in free space)
is dependent on local building conditions:
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Dry material
Wood, plaster, gypsum
Brickwork, chipboarding
Reinforced concrete
Metal, metal gridding, aluminium
rain, snow,
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5.1. Radio operation
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The inter-connection of this radio system with other communication
networks must comply with national legislation.
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This radio system must not be used for communication beyond
property boundaries.
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If utilized in conformity with its designated use, this unit fulfills the
requirements of the R&TTE Directive (1999/5/EG). The complete
declaration of conformity can be found in the Internet under:
www.jung.de/ce.
The radio-control switching actuator or the radio-control
momentary-contact actuator may be operated in all countries of the
EU and the EFTA.
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6. Technical Data
Voltage:
Switch contact:
Switching capacity
incandescent lamps:
HV halogen lamps:
LV halogen lamps
-conv. transformer:
-Jung Tronic transformer:
fluorescent lamps
-non-compensated:
-parallel compensated.:
-lead-lag circuit:
AC 230 V~, 50/60 Hz
Relais, 10 A
2300 W
2300 W
1000 VA
1500 W
1200 VA
920 VA
2300 VA
Energy-saving lamps:
When switched on, energysaving lamps produce high inrush currents
which may weld the switching contacts together. Check therefore whether
the lamps are suitable before using them.!
Temperature:
-20 °C bis +55 °C
Frequency:
433,42 MHz, ASK
Dimensions:
175x42x18 mm
Technical specifications subject to change.!
7. Acceptance of guarantee
We accept the guarantee in accordance with the corresponding legal
provisions.
Please return the unit postage paid to our central service
department giving a brief description of the fault:
ALBRECHT JUNG GMBH & CO. KG
Service-Center
Kupferstr. 17-19
D-44532 Lünen
Service-Line: 0 23 55 . 80 65 51
Telefax:
0 23 55 . 80 61 89
E-Mail:
mail.vki@jung.de
General equipment
Service-Line: 0 23 55 . 80 65 55
Telefax:
0 23 55 . 80 62 55
E-Mail:
mail.vkm@jung.de
instabus EIB equipment
Service-Line: 0 23 55 . 80 65 56
Telefax:
0 23 55 . 80 62 55
E-Mail:
mail.vkm@jung.de
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