Keypad Installation and User Guide_WEB_0913

Elevation
Window Control System
Keypad installation and user guide
August 2013 ©copyright by ASSA ABLOY
WARNINGS
Read these instructions prior to the activation of the keypad.
Save this user guide in a safe place for future reference.
TOUCH SCREEN ACTIVATION:
Never use sharp instruments, such as a pencil or pen, to press touchscreen keys.
To prevent damage to the screen, always press the touch screen with your fingertip.
CAUTION:
Changes or modifications to this product not approved by ASSA ABLOY could result in warranty being voided.
IMPORTANT:
Correct installation of the network is paramount to the function of the keypad.
Ensure all details are carried out as per the wiring diagram in the installation instructions.
FINISH CARE:
This keypad is designed to provide the highest standard of product quality and performance.
Care should be taken to ensure a long lasting finish. When cleaning is required use a clean, damp,
nonabrasive cloth. The use of lacquer thinners, caustic soaps, abrasive cleaners or polishes for cleaning
may result in damage to this product.
NEED HELP:
For assistance with this product please visit: www.assaabloy.co.nz
Or call on: 0800 NZ LOCKS (0800 69 56257)
NETWORK ADAPTOR
RAIN SENSOR
ACTUATOR
2
Elevation
Window Control System
CONTENTS
PAGE
INSTALLER - SETUP AND CONFIGURATION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Basic Operating Principle
Powering up the System
Calibration
System Setup and Configuration
a.
Allocating Actuators to Zones
b.
Checking Zone Allocation
Modifying System Configuration
a.
Removing Actuators from Zones
b.
Adding Actuators to Zones
Restoring Previous Settings
Rain Sensor Setup
a.
Adding Rain Sensors to Zones
b.
Removing Rain Sensors from Zones
c.
Configuring Rain Sensor Function
Restarting the Keypad
Trouble Shooting
4
4
4
5-7
8-10
11
12-17
18
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USER GUIDE
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
Home Page
Selecting A Window Position
Backlit Home Button
PIN Code Creation
Service Details
System Warnings
Rain Sensor/Actuator Location Matrix
Frequently Asked Questions
Zone Names
Wiring Diagram
Notes
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20
21
22
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23-25
26-27
28-29
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30
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INSTALLER - SETUP AND CONFIGURATION
ACTIVE TOUCH SCREEN
BACKLIT HOME BUTTON
BASIC OPERATING PRINCIPLE
When configuring your network, Actuators are loaded into groups known as Zones.
Multiple Zones are available. Each actuator can only be allocated to one Zone.
POWERING UP THE SYSTEM
Ensure all wiring connections are complete before powering up.
Ideally the Actuators should be powered up before the Keypads. This ensures the Keypads register
all Actuators on the network. If powering up the system is not possible in this manner, and Actuators have not been
recognized, press Restart Keypad in the Setup page. Then proceed to Zone Setup to allocate the Actuators
that have not previously registered.
CALIBRATION – Ensure there are no obstructions blocking the windows
Once all Actuators are registered the system will proceed to a calibration screen.
Press Calibrate Actuators. All Actuators will move open and close twice.
If a warning is displayed stating ‘Window Obstructed’ this means that an Actuator has performed a safety stop.
Locate this window. Press Home and then Close All. Only the obstructed window will close.
Fix the obstruction. Then press Calibrate Actuators to continue.
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SYSTEM SETUP AND CONFIGURATION
An Actuator can only be assigned to one Zone.
Allocating Actuators to Zones:
This screen will appear once the auto calibration is complete.
Press Yes to commence Zone Setup.
No will take you to the Home page where options of
Open All, Close All, and Setup will be available.
Note: There are a total of 30 Zone names to choose from.
Zone names cannot be customised.
See page 29 for the list of the names.
There are two ways to assign Actuators to zones:
1. If serial numbers are known (from page 26):
If not proceed to section 2 below.
Use the arrow keys to scroll, matching the serial number
on the left with the desired Zone on the right.
Press Add to Zone and confirm your selection.
2. If serial numbers are not known:
Press each Actuator button on the left.
The corresponding Actuator will open.
Note: After 5 minutes it will close automatically.
Visually locate this Actuator. Then use the arrow keys on the right
to select the desired Zone.
Press Add to Zone and confirm your selection.
The window will now close if open.
Note: Pressing the Actuator button again will also close the window.
Repeat either process until all Actuators are allocated to your
desired Zones.
Press Exit & Save then Yes to save your Zone settings.
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SYSTEM SETUP AND CONFIGURATION continued
Checking Zone Allocation:
Method 1.
1. Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the Zone list.
2. Press the zone name, e.g. Lounge 1
3. Press any opening position and observe which windows move
to check that the Actuators are assigned to the correct Zones.
Repeat steps 1, 2, and 3 until all Zones have been checked.
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SYSTEM SETUP AND CONFIGURATION continued
Checking Zone Allocation continued:
Method 2.
You can view Zones to see which Actuators have been assigned
to a particular Zone.
1. Press View Zones.
2. Use the appropriate arrow buttons to scroll through either
the Actuator list or the Zone list.
Note: No changes can be made in this screen.
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MODIFYING SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
Removing Actuators from Zones:
Note: All Rain Sensors must be removed from a Zone before removing
Actuators from that Zone.
1. From the Home page, press Setup.
2. Press Zone Setup.
3. Press Remove from Zone.
This now takes you to a screen where you can remove Actuators
from Zones.
4. Using the arrow keys on the right, scroll to the Zone from which
you want to remove an Actuator.
5. Press the Actuator button on the left. The corresponding Actuator
will open. Locate this Actuator and check that it is the one you wish
to remove.
6. If it is, press Remove From Zone and confirm your selection
(the Actuator will close automatically when confirmed).
7. If it is not, press the Actuator button again to close this Actuator.
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MODIFYING SYSTEM CONFIGURATION continued
Removing Actuators from Zones continued:
8. Then use the arrow keys to scroll to the next Actuator in the Zone
and repeat the process until the desired Actuator is found.
Note: Actuator locations may have also been previously noted
on pages 26 & 27.
9. Press Setup to exit.
You will not be prompted to save at this point.
The reason for this is explained in the Restore Previous section
(page 11). However you can save if you wish by exiting the
Zone Setup page.
Adding Actuators to Zones: Mainly used for modifications to Zone Setups.
1. Press Zone Setup.
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MODIFYING SYSTEM CONFIGURATION continued
Adding Actuators to Zones continued:
2. Press Add To Zone.
This now takes you to a screen where you can add Actuators to Zones.
3. Press the Actuator button on the left.
The corresponding Actuator will open.
4. Locate this Actuator then use the arrow keys on the right
to select the desired Zone.
Once matched press Add to Zone and confirm your selection.
Important: Repeat the process ensuring all Actuators are allocated
to your desired Zones before exiting and saving.
5. Press Exit & Save, and then Yes to save your modified Zone settings.
Note: Serial Number location method can be used if required,
see page 5.
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RESTORING PREVIOUS SETTINGS
Restore Previous will enable you to restore the previously saved
Zone settings.
Not recommended for use if Rain Sensors are installed.
Rain Sensor settings will be deleted and will need to be
reprogrammed if Restore Previous is used.
1. Press Setup on the Home screen to display this screen.
2. Press Restore Previous.
You will be prompted Yes or No.
1. Press Yes to restore the previously saved Zone settings.
Explanation continued from page 9:
Restore Previous will only restore the previously saved settings,
not necessarily your original saved settings.
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RAIN SENSOR SETUP
Adding Rain Sensors to Zones:
Note: A maximum of 4 Rain Sensors can be connected to a Network.
1. Press Setup on the Home screen to view this screen.
2. Press Rain Sensor Setup.
3. Press Add RS To Zone.
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RAIN SENSOR SETUP continued
Adding Rain Sensors to Zones continued:
Confirm that the message displays the correct number of Rain
Sensors online.
4. Press Yes to confirm and proceed to the next screen.
Press No or Setup to go back to the Setup screen.
Note: The system may take a few minutes to register the Rain Sensors.
Go back to the Setup page and then back into the Rain Sensor Setup page
if the incorrect number of Rain Sensors has been displayed.
IMPORTANT:
•Rain Sensors are assigned to Zones, and before Rain Sensors can
be added, Zones must be setup.
•Rain Sensors can be added to multiple Zones.
•The serial number on a Network Adaptor and the dwelling position
of the Rain Sensor it interfaces with must be noted during
installation to know which Zone(s) each Rain Sensor is to be
assigned to. Refer to page 26.
5. Use the arrow keys to match the Rain Sensor to the appropriate
Zone.
6. Press Add to Zone.
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RAIN SENSOR SETUP continued
Adding Rain Sensors to Zones continued:
6. Confirm your selection by pressing Yes.
A confirmation screen will be displayed and the system will return
to the Add RS To Zone page.
The Rain Sensor will no longer be displayed on the left hand side of
the screen once assigned to a Zone.
If more than one Zone is desired for a particular Rain Sensor, scroll
to that Zone and repeat the process above.
The Rain Sensor will reappear once a new Zone is displayed.
7. Press Exit & Save then Yes to confirm your selection.
Note: If all Rain Sensors have been added to all Zones the Add to Zone
page will appear blank.
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RAIN SENSOR SETUP continued
Removing Rain Sensors from Zones:
1. Press Remove RS From Zone.
Confirm that the message displays the correct number of Rain
Sensors online.
2. Press Yes to proceed to the next screen.
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RAIN SENSOR SETUP continued
Removing Rain Sensors from Zones continued:
3. Use the arrow keys to scroll to the desired Zone and match it
with the desired Rain Sensor.
4. Press Remove from Zone.
5. Confirm your selection by pressing Yes.
A confirmation screen will be displayed and then the system will
return to the Remove From Zone page.
Note: The Rain Sensor will no longer be displayed on the left hand
side once removed from the Zone.
6. Press Exit & Save once all desired Rain Sensors have been removed.
Note: Restore Previous will not restore Rain Sensor settings.
These will be deleted. See page 11.
Configuring Rain Sensor Function:
There are options in the Rain Sensor Setup page that allow you to
set the way the Zones react in the event of rain.
These options are :
•Disable or Enable Reopen: in the event of rain, the Actuators
will close. If Enable Reopen is selected the Actuators will
automatically reopen to their previous positions once the
Rain Sensor has dried.
•Shut or Vent: in the event of rain the Actuators will move
to this position.
The above options are customized as follows:
1. Press Configure Functions.
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RAIN SENSOR SETUP continued
Configuring Rain Sensor Function continued:
2. Use the arrow Keys to scroll to the desired Zone.
3. Toggle the functional options by pressing the buttons.
The options displayed are the current settings.
Default settings are: Disable Reopen and Shut.
The other options are shown in the picture.
Basic Rain Sensor Function
Once the Rain Sensor detects rain, it will immediately activate
the windows to start closing to the chosen configuration,
i.e. shut or vent, and displays the icon shown here.
The windows will reopen 15 minutes after the Rain Sensor has dried.
Note: The sensor can be placed in open areas if desired and does
not need to be next to the assigned zone/window.
The Rain Sensor will not be activated by dew.
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RESTARTING THE KEYPAD
This function is used when a Zone warning is displayed on the Keypad indicating
that one or more of the Actuators have not been recognized by the Keypad.
1. Wait for at least 2 minutes.
If the warning is still present push Restart Keypad in the Setup page.
The Keypad should now recognize the Actuator.
If it does not, then follow the steps in the next section.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
Operate the Zone on the Home page displaying an explanation mark.
The window that does not move corresponds to the Actuator that has not
been recognized. Check for loose wiring to that Actuator.
If no loose wires are found then the Actuator could be at fault.
To remove this Actuator from the Zone so the warning is no longer displayed,
carry out the following steps:
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Note: If a Rain Sensor is assigned to this Zone it will need to be removed before the
Actuator can be removed.
1. Press Setup, Zone Setup.
2. Press Remove From Zone.
3. Press the right hand side arrow keys to scroll to the Zone that is displaying an
explanation mark on the Home page.
4. If necessary, press the left hand side arrow keys and scroll to the Actuator
that is coloured red.
5. Press Remove From Zone.
6. Press Setup to go back to the Zone Setup page then press Setup again to go
back to the Setup page.
7. Press Yes to save your settings.
The warning should now be resolved in the Home page.
If not, contact your installer.
USER GUIDE
HOME PAGE
ZONE STATUS
SCROLL
UP
ZONE NAMES
SCROLL
DOWN
LABEL
DEFINITION
Zone Names
A maximum of 3 Zones are shown on the Home page at any one time.
Press the Zone name to display the 4 preset window position options. Refer next page.
Zone Status
This shows the current opening position of the corresponding windows in that Zone.
Scroll up / down
Press these buttons to scroll through the entire Zone list. Displayed if more than 3 Zones
are set up.
Setup
Pressing this button takes the user to another screen to allow several setup options.
Open all
Pressing this button will open all Actuators on the network.
Close all
Pressing this button will close all Actuators on the network.
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SELECTING A WINDOW POSITION
After pressing any of the pre-set positions below, the Actuators will automatically move to that position.
Press Stop at any time to stop the Actuators. A symbol will be displayed next to the Zone highlighting the fact that
the window is not at a pre-set position.
Full:
Press this button to fully open the windows in that Zone.
Vent:
Press this button to vent the windows in that Zone.
This position will open the window 15mm
Half:
Press this button to open the windows in that Zone half way.
Shut:
Press this button to shut the windows in that Zone.
Note: Maximum default chain length is 300mm. Your window might be limited to a shorter length due to restrictions.
Contact your window manufacturer if the chain length needs to be adjusted.
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BACKLIT HOME BUTTON
BACKLIT HOME BUTTON
Pressing and releasing the Backlit Home Button will return you to the Home page.
If no buttons are pressed for 120 seconds the screen will go into sleep mode.
Touching the screen or pressing the Backlit Home Button will reactivate the screen.
Pushing and holding the Backlit Home Button for 5 seconds before releasing will close all windows on the network.
An audible sound will be heard upon pushing the Backlit Home Button and another at the 5 second mark.
Pushing and holding the Backlit Home Button for 10 seconds before releasing will allow the user to deactivate
the screen so that it can be cleaned. An audible sound will be heard at the 10 second mark.
Upon release, the screen can be cleaned without activating it. After 180 seconds the screen will revert to sleep mode.
You can unlock the screen at any time during the 180 seconds by pushing the Backlit Home Button.
BUTTON COLOUR INDICATION:
Flashing Green: the Backlit Home Button will flash green when the Actuators are operating in any direction.
Flashing Red: the Backlit Home Button will flash red if there is a communication fault in the network
or the window has been obstructed.
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PIN CODE CREATION
Write your desired PIN code here:
ENABLE PIN CODE:
1. Press Setup from the Home page.
2. Press PIN Code Disabled.
3. Press Yes to continue.
ENTERING A 4 DIGIT CODE:
1. Enter your 4 digit code.
A star symbol (*) will appear on the top bar for each digit you touch.
2. Press Save when you have entered the 4 digits.
Note: Only the first 4 digits you enter will be saved.
Your PIN Code is now active.
DISABLE PIN CODE:
From the Setup Page, press PIN Code Disable.
You will be prompted ‘Do you want to disable the PIN Code?’
Press Yes to confirm this action.
Note: The default override PIN code is 4811. Also PIN codes are Keypad
specific. The PIN code will need to be entered into both Keypads.
SERVICE DETAILS
Service Contact details can be displayed on the screen.
1. Press Setup, Service Details.
If the screen is damaged, remove the Keypad from the Wall Bracket
to view contact details.
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SYSTEM WARNINGS
WINDOW OPERATING:
This symbol will appear when a window has been activated and is completing
its task. You can push Home or the Backlit Home Button to continue using the
Keypad while the window is operating.
WINDOW OBSTRUCTED:
Check all windows for obstructions.
This could be during either the opening or closing sequence of the windows.
If a window has been obstructed it must be run in the opposite direction
and the obstruction removed before the window can continue in the original
direction again.
SYSTEM FAILURE:
This maybe a network communication fault.
If possible press Restart Keypad from the Setup page.
If the problem persists press Setup, then press Service Details.
Call the appropriate number to speak to a customer service representative.
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SYSTEM WARNINGS continued
RAIN SENSOR/NETWORK ADAPTOR LOST COMMUNICATION:
Check all direct wiring to the Network Adaptor.
SYSTEM LOCKED BY PIN CODE:
Press Unlock located at the bottom of the screen to enter your PIN Code.
INCORRECT PIN CODE HAS BEEN ENTERED:
If you have forgotten your PIN Code, type in: 4811
This is a default override code that will allow you to gain access to the Keypad.
You should reset your PIN Code once you access the Keypad.
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SYSTEM WARNINGS continued
This screen will appear if you try to remove Actuators from Zones if there
are no Zones Setup.
This screen will appear if trying to add Rain Sensors to Zones but there are no
new Zones available, and every Rain Sensor has been added to every Zone.
It is possible for this error to occur mainly on large networks with over
20 Actuators during power up.
Restarting both Keypads will allow them to see the Actuators as they will not
lose power during this process.
Press Setup, Restart Keypad.
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RAIN SENSOR/ACTUATOR LOCATION MATRIX
Place the spare serial number label, or write the serial number in one column, and the location and/or Zone name
in the next. See example below.
Note: Only the bottom line of the label refers to the serial number.
NETWORK ADAPTOR
SERIAL NUMBER:
e.g.
12/09/12
S/N 00B00033
ACTUATOR
SERIAL NUMBER:
e.g.
26
12/09/12
S/N 00B00033
LOCATION ON
BUILDING/ZONE:
NETWORK ADAPTOR
SERIAL NUMBER:
LOCATION ON
BUILDING/ZONE:
ACTUATOR
SERIAL NUMBER:
ZONE/LOCATION:
Northeast
corner/ Lounge 1, Kitchen
ZONE/LOCATION:
Northeast
corner/ Lounge 1, Kitchen
RAIN SENSOR/ACTUATOR LOCATION MATRIX continued
ACTUATOR
SERIAL NUMBER:
ZONE/LOCATION:
ACTUATOR
SERIAL NUMBER:
ZONE/LOCATION:
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can I close my windows if the
Keypad is not responding?
Possibly. Hold the Backlit Home Button for 5 seconds and release when the
second beep is heard. The first beep will be heard when you first push the
button. If this does not close the windows, call the installer.
How many Keypads can I use
on a network?
A maximum of two Keypads can be installed on one network.
There is a red flashing light on the
bottom of the Keypad.
What does this mean?
This indicates that there is something wrong. Press the touch screen to see
what error message is displayed. It could be one of the follow scenarios:
1. Window Obstructed. Remove any obstacles and check that the window
pivots freely.
2. Check that the maximum 9kg pushing force of the Actuator has not been
reached. Most likely the windows will be close to fully open.
3. A communication fault in the network. Press the Restart Keypad button in
the Setup page if possible. If this does not fix the fault, check all wiring
connections. If this page cannot be accessed call the installer.
I have replaced an Actuator on the
network. What do I do next?
The power should be off to the entire system. Repower the system and then
calibrate it as displayed on the Keypad.
If Actuators do not register press the Restart Keypad button in the Setup page.
When I touch the Full position
button some of my windows do
not fully open. Why is this?
1. The chain length may be restricted, refer Actuator installation instructions.
2. The window may be obstructed. Clear any obstructions and ensure the
window pivots freely. The Backlit Home button will flash red.
3. The Actuator may have reached its maximum pushing capacity of 9kg.
Contact installer.
What happens in case of power
failure?
If only the Keypad is powered off and on, the system will not need to calibrate.
Once a system has been programmed, if it is powered off and on it will always
go to the auto calibration page.
The Rain Sensor Activated icon is
on the screen, but I want to open
my windows. Can I do this?
Yes. You can manually override the position of the Actuators even when the
Rain Sensor has been activated. Touching the screen will clear the Rain Sensor
icon. You can then operate the windows as normal.
Note: The Rain Sensor Activated icon will continue to appear until it has been dry
for 15 minutes and the Keypad touch screen has been activated.
Why is it necessary to calibrate
the Actuators?
This is so the Keypad knows the home position and the maximum open
position for each Actuator.
I have forgotten my PIN Code.
What can I do?
You can enter the Keypad by using the code: 4811
It is highly recommended that you reset your PIN Code once you have
entered the Keypad.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS continued
How do I reset my PIN Code?
From the PIN Code page, disable the current PIN Code.
Then you can simply re-enter a new PIN Code.
ZONE NAMES
Lounge 1
Upstairs
Zone 2
Lounge 2
Downstairs
Zone 3
Bedroom 1
Hall
Zone 4
Bedroom 2
North Facing
Zone 5
Bedroom 3
South Facing
Zone 6
Bedroom 4
East Facing
Window 1
Study
West Facing
Window 2
Bathroom 1
Factory
Window 3
Bathroom 2
Store Room
Window 4
Kitchen
Zone 1
Window 5
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1m min
from last junction.
24 VDC
1AMP
+VDC
-VDC
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Note:
A 120 Ohm
terminal resistor
must be placed at each
end of the network.
2 1
Max current
750mA
1m min
from last junction.
+VDC
-VDC
24 VDC
1AMP
30m
Max
WHITE
GREEN
BROWN
BLUE
RED
BLACK
Control Loom network
dropper line. 2m max.
NETWORK ADAPTOR:
Can be placed anywhere on the network when used with a Rain Sensor.
Max current 100mA.
RAIN SENSOR:
Maximum of 4 per network. They can be assigned
to specific zones. Option of close to shut or vent
position. Option to re-open once the rain has
stopped and the sensing circuit has dried.
Rain Sensors can be overridden when wet, it will
reset once dried.
Max current 250mA.
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24 VDC
1AMP
+VDC
-VDC
NSW2
NSW1
NSW2 - BROWN
NSW1 - WHITE
-VDC - BLACK
+VDC - RED
24 VDC
1AMP
24 VDC
1AMP
+VDC
-VDC
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NSW1
NSW2
+VDC
-VDC
2 1
+VDC
-VDC
24 VDC
1AMP
2 1
CAT 5e CABLE:
(T568B Wiring)
1m max long.
Note:
Dip switches do not require adjusting
for use with a Rain Sensor. They must
all be in the left hand position as shown.
Network dropper
line 2m max.
+VDC
-VDC
24 VDC
1AMP
SYNCHRONISATION CABLE CONNECTIONS:
Each Actuator can have a synchronisation unit attached. The synchronisation
unit is not connected to the network and therefore will not take up a
position on the network.
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24 VDC
1AMP
2 1
+VDC
-VDC
24 VDC
1AMP
KEYPAD:
Maximum of 2 per Network.
They can be placed anywhere
on the network.
Max current 100mA.
+VE 24VDC - BROWN
+VE 24VDC - BROWN/WHITE
NOT USED - GREEN
-VE 24VDC - BLUE/WHITE
-VE 24VDC - BLUE
NOT USED - GREEN/WHITE
NSW2 - ORANGE
NSW1 - WHITE/ORANGE
+VDC
-VDC
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WIRING DIAGRAM
NOTES
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