1 Safety instructions 2 Device components 3 Function

1 Safety instructions 2 Device components 3 Function
Wireless remote control, 2-gang, Wireless remote control, 4-gang
Wireless remote control, 2-gang
Order No. : 5352 10
Wireless remote control, 4-gang
Order No. : 5354 10
Operating instructions
1 Safety instructions
Electrical devices may only be mounted and connected by electrically skilled
persons.
Serious injuries, fire or property damage possible. Please read and follow manual fully.
Keep button cells out of reach of children! If button cells are swallowed, get medical help
immediately.
Risk of explosion! Do not throw batteries into fire.
Risk of explosion! Do not recharge batteries.
The radio communication takes place via a non-exclusively available transmission path,
and is therefore not suitable for safety-related applications, such as emergency stop and
emergency call.
These instructions are an integral part of the product, and must remain with the end
customer.
2 Device components
Figure 1: Radio hand transmitter 2-gang and 4-gang
(1) Status LED
(2) Buttons
3 Function
Intended use
Hand transmitter for radio transmission of switching, dimming, blind movement and scene
commands
Operation with radio actuators from the eNet system
Product characteristics
Two adjacent buttons each belong to one channel
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Status indication with LED
Switch-on brightness of dimmer actuators can be saved.
Battery-powered device
Scenes, radio hand transmitter, 2x: All Off, three individual scenes.
Scenes, radio hand transmitter, 4x: All Off, seven individual scenes.
Signalling of transmission errors can be switched off
Can be set with eNet server:
Scene All On
Operation locks
Supplementary functions with eNet Server
Fully encrypted radio transmission (AES-CCM) from eNet Server software version 2.0
Update of the device software
Reading of error memory
4 Operation
i When operating with the eNet Server, operation and signalling could vary from what is
described here.
One channel of a radio hand transmitter consists of two buttons. These can be used in two
different ways.
As channel buttons for switching, dimming, Venetian blind operation
As scene buttons to recall set scenes
Function of status LED in operation
As soon as a button is pressed or released, the status LED (1) first signals radio transmission
LED turns red for 3 seconds
and then the actuator status/group status
LED turns green for 3 seconds:
At least one actuator is switched on, or one Venetian blind is not in the top end position
LED remains off:
All the actuators are switched off or the blinds are all in the upper end position
or - if there is no status message from an actuator - a transmission error.
The LED rapidly flashes red for 5 seconds:
The status message of at least one actuator is missing
Operating light
o Switching: Press button for less than 0.4 seconds.
o Dimming: Press the button for longer than 0.4 seconds. The dimming process ends when
the button is released.
o Switching on dimmer actuators at minimum brightness: Press the right button for longer
than 0.4 seconds.
o Switching on dimmer actuators at minimum brightness and dimming to maximum
brightness: Press the left button for longer than 0.4 seconds.
Operating blind
o Moving the Venetian blind: Press the button for longer than 1 second.
o Stopping or adjusting the Venetian blind: Press the button for less than 1 second.
Operating push-button actuator
o Press the button. The load is switched on for the duration of the button-press.
i The maximum actuation length is 60 seconds.
Recalling scenes
o Press the scene button briefly.
Actuators switching to the saved scene.
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Changing scene
o Press the scene button briefly.
Actuators switching to the saved scene.
o Setting a new scene.
o Press scene button for longer than 4 seconds.
Actuators first switching to the old scene and save the new scene after 4 seconds.
Save switch-on brightness
With dimmer actuators a brightness value can be saved to which the dimmer actuator switches
after a short button press.
The buttons of a channel are set as channel buttons.
o Set required switch-on brightness.
o Press both buttons of a channel simultaneously for longer than 4 seconds.
The light is briefly switched off and switched on again to the switch-on brightness. Switchon brightness is saved.
Polling sum status
The buttons of a channel are set as channel buttons.
o Press both buttons of a channel simultaneously for 1 to 4 seconds.
Signalling of radio transmission and group status (see function of the status LED in
operation)
5 Information for electrically skilled persons
5.1 Commissioning
DANGER!
Electrical shock when live parts are touched.
Electrical shocks can be fatal.
During commissioning, cover the parts carrying voltage on radio transmitters
and actuators and in their surrounding area.
Insert battery
WARNING!
Risk of chemical burns.
Batteries can burst and leak.
Replace batteries only with an identical or equivalent type.
o Open battery compartment on the rear side of the hand-held transmitter.
i Keep contacts of batteries and device free of grease.
o Apply battery to the positive contact of the battery holder. Observe polarity: the positive
pole of the battery must be at the top.
o Press gently on battery to snap it in.
o Close battery compartment.
Hand-held transmitter is ready for operation.
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Configuring the buttons
Figure 2: Prog Button in the battery compartment
In the as-delivered state, all the buttons are configured as channel buttons.
o Press Prog (Figure 2) button briefly.
The status LED lights up red. Hand-held transmitter is in configuration mode for
10 seconds.
o Setting as channel buttons: Press the left button of the appropriate channel until the status
LED turns green.
The right and left button of the channel are set as channel buttons.
o Setting as scene button: Press the right button of the appropriate channel until the status
LED turns green.
The right and left button of the channel are set as scene buttons.
Overview of scene buttons
Buttons
Button allocation
1 left / 1 right
Scene 1 / All Off
2 left / 2 right
Scenes 2 / Scene 3
3 left / 3 right
Scenes 4 / Scene 5
4 left / 4 right
Scenes 6 / Scene 7
i Buttons 3 and 4 are only for 4-gang hand-held transmitters
Connecting to radio actuator
i Up to 10 radio actuators can be connected to a transmitter in a single step.
o Switch the actuator to programming mode (see actuator instructions).
o Press the Prog button for longer than 4 seconds.
Status LED (1) flashes red. The hand-held transmitter is in programming mode for approx.
1 minute.
o Press the right or left button of the required channel or the scene button briefly
The status LED lights up for approx. 5 seconds, and the channel buttons or scene button
are connected to the actuator. The hand-held transmitter and actuator exit the
programming mode automatically.
i The All Off button is connected to the actuator automatically as soon as the first connection
to a radio transmitter takes place. Scene buttons must be connected separately.
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i If the status LED of the radio transmitter flashes 3 times at 1-second intervals for approx.
5 seconds, then the programming operation was not successful. The actuator is outside
radio range, not in programming mode or there are radio faults.
i If the status LED of the actuator flashes 3 times at 1-second intervals for approx. 5
seconds, then the programming operation was not successful. All the memory locations in
the actuator or radio transmitter are occupied.
i Press the Prog button once again for longer than 4 seconds to terminate the programming
mode earlier.
Disconnecting connection to an actuator
o Carry out the same steps as when connecting (see the chapter Connecting to radio
actuator).
The status LED of the actuator flashes quickly for 5 seconds. The actuator is disconnected
from the radio transmitter. The actuator and radio transmitter exit the programming mode
automatically.
i If there several connections or scene buttons for an actuator, all the connections must be
disconnected individually.
i The All Off button of a radio transmitter is disconnected automatically as soon as the last
connection to the actuator is disconnected. Manual disconnection is not possible.
Resetting the channel or scene button
All the connections of the channel buttons or the scene button to actuators are disconnected
and parameters are reset to default setting.
i The connections in the actuators are preserved and must be deleted separately.
o Press the Prog button for longer than 20 seconds.
The status LED (1) flashes red after 4 seconds. The status LED flashes faster after
20 seconds.
o Release the Prog button and press briefly a channel button of the appropriate channel or
the scene button once again within 10 seconds.
The status LED flashes more slowly for approx. 5 seconds.
The channel buttons or the scene button has been reset. The setting as channel buttons or
scene button is retained.
Resetting the hand-held transmitter to the default setting
All connections to actuators are disconnected and parameters are reset to default setting.
i The connections in the actuators are preserved and must be deleted separately.
o Press the Prog button for longer than 20 seconds.
The status LED (1) flashes red after 4 seconds. The status LED flashes faster after
20 seconds.
o Release Prog button and press briefly once again within 10 seconds.
The status LED flashes more slowly for approx. 5 seconds.
The hand-held transmitter is reset to default setting. All the buttons are set as channel
buttons.
6 Appendix
6.1 Technical data
Rated voltage
Battery type
Ambient temperature
Degree of protection
Dimensions L×W×H
Order No. 5352 10
Order No. 5354 10
Radio frequency
Transmission capacity
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DC 3 V
1×Lithium CR 2450N
-5 ... +45 °C
IP 20
55×40.5×15 mm
93×53×15.5 mm
868.0 ... 868.6 MHz
max. 20 mW
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Transmitting range in free field
Receiver category
typ. 100 m
2
6.2 Parameter list
The device parameters can be changed with the eNet server:
Device and channels
Parameter name
Setting options, Basic
setting
Explanations
Function
Rocker, Other modes, Unused Rocker
Basic setting: Rocker
The channel works as a
channel button. Setting is
always made in pairs.
Other modes
The channel works as a scene
button. Setting is always made
in pairs.
Unused
The channel is not displayed
in the eNet SMART HOME
app and is disabled for use in
the commissioning interface.
Operating mode
App use, lock-out protection,
forced operation, wind alarm,
sun protection, twilight
Basic setting: App use
Setting the type of scene used
for a scene button. Setting is
always made in pairs.
Parameter name
Setting options, Basic
setting
Explanations
Manual commissioning
On, Off
Basic setting: On
Disables manual
commissioning for all device
channels.
Note: In the "Off" setting, the
device cannot be reset to the
factory setting.
Parameter name
Setting options, Basic
setting
Explanations
Manual commissioning
On, Off
Basic setting: On
Blocks manual commissioning
for the device channel.
Note: In the "Off" setting, the
device cannot be reset to the
factory setting.
Local Operation
On, Off
Basic setting: On
Blocks the device channel for
local operation.
Advanced device settings
Extended channel settings
6.3 Troubleshooting
After a button has been pressed, the status LED flashes red slowly for 3 seconds.
Cause: Battery in the hand-held transmitter is almost empty.
Changing the battery (see chapter Commissioning – Inserting the battery).
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Receiver does not react, status LED displays a transmission error. Status LED flashes
red quickly for 3 seconds.
Cause 1: Radio range exceeded. Structural obstacles reduce the range.
Using a radio repeater.
Cause 2: Actuator is not ready for operation.
Check the actuator and mains voltage.
Cause 3: There are radio faults, e.g. through outside radio.
Eliminate radio interference.
i The actuator causing the transmission error can be removed from the display of
transmission errors. To do this, briefly press the Prog button of the hand-held transmitter
during signalling. The status LED lights up red. During this time, do not press any buttons
on the hand-held transmitter. The actuator is automatically taken into account again when it
transmits a status message after radio transmission.
After a button has been pressed, the status LED flashes red quickly for 3 seconds.
Cause: Maximum permitted transmission period (statutory Duty Cycle Limit) has almost been
reached. For the function of the transmitter to continue, the polling and display of the sum status
will be switched off. As soon as sufficient transmission time is available again, the sum status
will again be polled on button actuation.
Actuate the transmitter again after a short waiting time, normally a few seconds.
Reduce the number of actuations.
Reduce the number of actuators connected to the transmitter.
6.4 Conformity
Gira Giersiepen GmbH & Co. KG hereby declares that the radio system type
Order No. 5352 10 / 5354 10
corresponds to the directive 2014/53/EU. You can find the full article number on the device. The
complete text of the EU Declaration of Conformity is available under the Internet address:
www.gira.de/konformitaet
6.5 Warranty
The warranty follows about the specialty store in between the legal framework as provided for
by law
Please submit or send faulty devices postage paid together with an error description to your
responsible salesperson (specialist trade/installation company/electrical specialist trade). They
will forward the devices to the Gira Service Center.
Gira
Giersiepen GmbH & Co. KG
Elektro-InstallationsSysteme
Industriegebiet Mermbach
Dahlienstraße
42477 Radevormwald
Postfach 12 20
42461 Radevormwald
Deutschland
Tel +49(0)21 95 - 602-0
Fax +49(0)21 95 - 602-191
www.gira.de
info@gira.de
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