EJLR-1000 manual EN

EJLR-1000 manual EN
Quick installation guide EJLR-1000
NEXA EJLR-1000
Read the “important information” booklet before installing this
product
Not following the safety instructions may be dangerous and faulty
installation will invalidate any warranty that may apply to this product.
Important information
COMPATIBILITY
This receiver works with all Nexa transmitters including Nexa Gateway.
FUNCTIONALITY
Build-in receiver for controlling (up/down/stop) 230 V, 12 V and 24 V electric motors (sunblinds,
screens, etc.)
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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Power supply input
Maximum load
Replaceable fuse
RF frequency
RF range
Standby power consumption
Memory addresses
220-240 VAC 50 Hz
500 Watt
20 mm 5A (T5A, H250V)
433.92 MHz
Up to 30 m indoor/up to 70 m outdoor (optimal conditions)
0.5 Watt
6
WIRELESS RADIO SIGNAL
• The 433.92 MHz radio signal passes through walls, windows and doors.
• Indoor range: up to 30 m. Outdoor range: up to 70 m. (optimal conditions)
• The range is strongly dependent on local conditions, such as the presence of metals. For
example, the thin metal coating in Low-emissivity (Low-E) glass has a negative impact on the
range of radio signals.
• There may be restrictions on the use of this device outside the EU. If applicable, check whether
this device complies with local directives.
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Read these simple guidelines. Not following them may be dangerous and faulty installation
will invalidate any warranty that may apply to this product.
INSTALLATION
Wire colors may vary per country. Contact an electrician when in doubt about wiring. The module
contains 2 voltage-free switches. This makes it possible to switch low-voltage motors. Never
connect 230 VAC wires to low-voltage wires, as it can result in defects, a short circuit or fire.
MAXIMUM LOAD
Never connect lights or equipment that exceed the maximum load of the receiver, as it can result in
defects, a short circuit or fire.
SHOCK HAZARD
Exercise caution when installing a receiver. Voltage may be present, even when a receiver is
switched off.
LIFE-SUPPORT
Never use Nexa products for life-support systems or other applications in which equipment
malfunctions can have life-threatening consequences.
INTERFERENCE
All wireless devices may be subject to interference, which could affect performance. The minimum
distance between 2 receivers should be at least 50 cm.
REPAIRING
Do not attempt to repair this product. There are no user-serviceable parts inside.
WATER-RESISTANCE
This product is not water-resistant. Keep it dry. Moisture will corrode the inner electronics and can
result in a short circuit, defects and shock hazard.
CLEANING
Use a dry cloth to clean this product. Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong
detergents.
HANDLING
Do not drop, knock, or shake the device. Rough handling can break internal circuit boards and fine
mechanics.
ENVIRONMENT
Do not expose the product to excessive heat or cold, as it can damage or shorten the life of
electronic circuit boards.
© COPYRIGHT
The contents of the “Important Information” and “Quick Installation Guide” are subject to copyright
protection. Without prior written permission, reproducing or copying is prohibited. Information in
these documents is subject to change without prior notice. Check www.nexa.se for updates.
Nexa Trading AB declares that this product is in compliance with the essential requirements and
other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC (R&TTE).
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1.
Switch off the mains power (electric meter box) before installing
this
product
2.
Remove the existing switch
Detach the existing switch and disconnect the wires. The existing wall
switch is replaced by this product and can no longer be used. Consult
the supplier of your sun blind system when in doubt about motor type
and wire colors.
3.
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Connect 230V power supply
Connect the (brown) live wire to the [L] contact. Connect the (blue)
neutral wire to the [N] contact. Contact an electrician when in doubt
about wire colors. Tighten the clamping screws.
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4.
Connect motor wiring
How to connect the motor wiring
depends on the type of motor:
- Read step 4A for a 230V motor.
- Read step 4B for a 12-24V motor.
- Read step 4C for a motor with a momentary switch.
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4A.
230V
Motor
230VAC
power supply
Connect 230V motor
(1) Connect the (blue) neutral wire from the
motor to the [N] contact. (2) Use a seperate piece of wire to connect
[L] with [COM]. (3) Connect the live wires from the motor (brown and
black) to the left and right [ ] contact. These positions can be
interchanged to reverse the up and down motion of the motor.
230VAC
power supply
Connect 12-24V motor
(1) Connect the 24V+ wire to [COM].
(2) Connect switch wires A+ and B+ to the left and right [ ] contact.
These positions can be interchanged to reverse the up and down
motion of the motor. Never connect 230VAC wires to low-voltage
wires.
230VAC
power supply
Motor with momentary switch
The motor only has 2 wires. (1) Connect one wire to [ ] and the other
wire to [COM].
These positions can be interchanged to reverse the up and down
motion of the motor. (2) Use a seperate piece of wire to connect both
[ ] contacts. Never connect 230VAC wires to low-voltage wires.
Earth wire (yellow/green)
neutral wire (blue)
live wire 1 (brown)
live wire 2 (black)
4B.
12-24V
Motor
24V-
24V+
A+
B+
4C.
1
2
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5.
Switch on the mains power (electric meter box) to continue the
installation
Shock hazard! Do not contact any exposed wiring. Only touch the
plastic housing of this product.
6.
1 sec.
Activate learn-mode
Press the learn-button on the receiver for 1 second. The learn-mode
will be active for 15 seconds and the LED-indicator will blink slowly.
7.
Assign Nexa transmitter code
While the learn-mode is active, send an ON-signal with any Nexa
transmitter to assign the code to the receiver’s memory.
ON
8.
Code confirmation
The LED indicator of the receiver will blink fast to confirm the code
has been received. The receiver can store up to 6 different
transmission codes in its memory. The memory will be preserved
when the receiver is moved to another location or in case of power
failure.
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9.
Install the receiver
Install the receiver in a standard junction box or other type of housing
(break off the mounting tabs if necessary). Close the housing with a
blind cover.
10.
Manual operation with a Nexa transmitter
1. Send an ON-signal to raise the screen.
2. Send an ON-signal again to stop.
3. Send an OFF-signal to lower the screen.
4. Send an OFF-signal again to stop. Momentary switch only: every
command (up/ down/stop) needs to be given twice.
Explanation COM-contact
Explanation COM-contact
The module contains 2 voltage-free contacts:
[ ]. In the neutral position, the contact [COM] is not switched. After
an on/off signal from a Nexa transmitter, [COM] switches either to the
left or the right [ ] contact. After 2 minutes, the COM contact
switches back to its neutral position.
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Single code delete
1 sec.
OFF
1. Press the learn-button for 1 second. The learn-mode will be active for 15 seconds and
the LED-indicator will blink slowly.
2. While the learn-mode is active, send an OFF-signal to delete the code of a specific Nexa
transmitter.
3. The LED indicator will blink fast shortly to confirm transmitter code deletion.
Full memory delete
7 sec.
1 sec.
1. Press and hold the learn-button on the receiver (aprox. 7 sec.) untill the LED-indicator starts
blinking fast. The delete mode will be active for 15 seconds.
2. While the delete mode is active, press the learn button on the receiver again for 1 second.
3. The LED indicator will blink fast shortly to confirm memory deletion.
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