Multimedia Touch Screen

Multimedia Touch Screen
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Multimedia Touch Screen
User Manual
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Contents
1 Introduction and basic functions
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3 Change your Multimedia Touch Screen settings
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1.1 Your Multimedia Touch Screen: use it immediately!
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3.1 Screen
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1.2 Connections
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3.2 Date and Hour
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1.3 How to navigate through the menus?
1.4 How to answer a call on the video door entry system?
3.3 Volume adjustment
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3.4 Bell Settings
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3.5 Password Settings
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2.1 Automation
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3.6 View your Multimedia Touch Screen version information
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2.2 Lighting
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3.7 Network
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2.3 Scenarios
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3.8 Alarm clock
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2.4 Advanced and programmed scenarios
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3.9 Video door entry system
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2.5 Sound system
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2.6 Multi-channel sound system
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2.7 Multimedia contents
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2 Control your My Home Legrand system
2.7.1 USB / SD
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2.7.2 Web radio
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2.7.3 Rss
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2.7.4 Webcam
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2.8 Burglar alarm
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2.9 Temperature control
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2.10Energy management
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2.11Video Door Entry System
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Introduction and basic Functions
1.1 Your Multimedia Touch Screen: use it immediately!
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1.2 Connections
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1.3 How to navigate through the menus?
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1.4 How to answer a call on the video door entry system? 10
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Multimedia Touch Screen
1 Introduction and basic functions
Legrand’s brand-new and innovative Multimedia Touch Screen enables you to
control all the highly-advanced functions of your My Home Legrand system
through a simple and attractive icon-based graphical interface and 10” 16:9
LCD touch screen.
As well as manage your entire home automation system, you will be able to
answer calls on the video door entry system and view high-definition images
from your external CCTV cameras.
Thanks to its USB and SD card ports, you will also be able to listen to your favourite
music on your sound system, as well as to view videos and photographs.
Plus, if your system is part of a LAN network with flat-rate broadband connection,
you will be able (through simple icons located on the home page) to receive
RSS services, such as news and weather forecasts, to view webcam images and
to listen to the radio via the Web.
LCD screen note
The LCD screen has been manufactured using advanced high precision technology. It is
however possible that sometimes up to 5 small black or coloured dots (red, blue, green) may
appear on the LCD screen. This is an absolutely normal result of the manufacturing process
and is not indicative of a malfunction and/or fault.
WARNINGS
●● Improper use of the Multimedia Touch Screen or of any devices connected to it invalidates the warranty!
●● Clean only with the cloth supplied. Do not use solvents, thinners,
etc. or abrasive products.
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1.1 Your Multimedia Touch Screen: use it immediately!
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Web radio
Web radio
info
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Favourites
Individual Light
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Group of Lights
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Dimmer
StaircaseLight
1 - Status bar: logo, date/hour, temperature, access to settings menu.
4 - Applications
2 - Web bar: access to contents from broadband-connected LAN network.
3 - Favourites: your Multimedia Touch Screen contains 4 favourite controls
which are always at your disposal regardless of what menu page you are
currently in (ask your installer if you wish to change your favourites).
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1.2 Connections
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1 - USB pen drive USB ports
2 - Secur Digital memory card port* (max. 2 GB, do not use HC-SD)
Do not insert two USB pen drives at once.
*The product is sold by Legrand fitted with a 2 GB card.
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1.3 How to navigate through the menus?
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FOLDER
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Magnificient
No Line On The Horizon
Images
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.mp4 Video
Get On Your Boots
No Line On The Horizon
Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
1 - Navigation bar: no matter what menu or sub-menu you are currently in, the
navigation bar will always be displayed, so that you may switch applications
with a simple touch, without having to go back to the main page. Touch the
and arrows to scroll through available applications or touch the
icon to return to the main page. The application highlighted in white is the
application you are currently in.
2 - Navigation: touch the and arrows to move through pages in an application; if the application contains only one page, only the icon is shown,
enabling you to go back. The icon is shown only when a USB device or SD
card is inserted in the Multimedia Touch Screen. Touch the icon to disable
the device (to re-enable the device, remove it and re-insert it into the Multimedia Touch Screen).
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1.4 How to answer a call on the video door entry system?
The Multimedia Touch Screen receives a call from the Entrance Panel while it is on
standby.
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Video Door Entry System
Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
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1 - Go to main page
2 - Answer current call
3 - Increase / decrease incoming volume
4 - Mute key: press to turn off the microphone on the Multimedia Touch Screen
Dimmer
5 - Switch staircase light on
6 - Open door lock
StaircaseLight
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7 - Cycle cameras connected to the system
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Video Door Entry System
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Favourites
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1 - End call
Individual Light
2 - Mute key ON (microphone OFF)
Group of Lights
Touch the
icon to access video adjustment settings relating to the image shown on
the display during the call.
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Video Door Entry System
Favourites
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Individual Light
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Group of Lights
1 - Adjust brightness
Dimmer
2 - Adjust contrast
3 - Adjust colour
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4 - Close video adjustment settings
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Touch the
icon to view the videocall image in full screen mode.
Use the 4 arrows for pan & tilt camera adjustment (if available).
Video Door Entry System
Favourites
Individual Light
Tilt camera up
Full screen view
Pan camera left
Pan camera right
Group of Lights
Dimmer
Tilt camera down
StaircaseLight
When the video call image is being viewed in full screen mode, all the icons described
above will appear in vertical arrangement to the right of the image itself.
Shrink image
End video call
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2.1 Automation
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2.2 Lighting
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2.3 Scenarios
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2.4 Advanced and programmed scenarios
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2.5 Sound system
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2.6 Multi-channel sound system
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2.7 Multimedia contents
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2.8 Burglar alarm
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2.9 Temperature control
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2.10 Energy management
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2.11 Video Door Entry System
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Automation: this application enables you to manage – through a user-friendly interface - all the automations in your home
automation system, including rolling shutters, shutters, motorised blinds, controlled electrical sockets, irrigation system,
etc.
Multimedia: this application enables you to access the multimedia contents available from the Web, such as Web Radio,
RSS etc., as well as to play music or view images from any connected USB or SD devices.
Lighting: this application enables you to turn on, turn off or
adjust an individual light or group of lights, as well as to manage light timers.
Burglar alarm: this application enables you to control and manage the burglar alarm system.
Temperature control: this application enables you to control
and adjust your heating and air-conditioning systems, allowing you to adjust the temperature on a zone by zone basis,
according to your current requirements.
Scenarios: this application enables you to activate or modify
the scenarios available in your My Home Legrand system.
Energy management: this application enables controlling the
status of the energy loads, display consumptions/productions
of energy, and manage the rearming of Salvavita devices.
Multimedia sound system: this application enables you to manage your My Home Legrand sound system.
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Video door entry system: depending on the type of video door
entry system installed, you may control - for each entrance
point - the opening of the door lock and/or the lighting of the
staircase light, communicate with handset units, communicate
with an associated switchboard and use the cameras connected to your My Home Legrand system in home CCTV mode .
2.1 Automation
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Touch the “Automation“ application icon.
The display shows the page listing the systems you can control.
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Web radio
Web radio
info
To enable you to quickly identify the required control, icons represent the individual system’s actual function.
Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Blinds
Irrigation
Garage door
Controlled socket
Rolling shutter
Door lock
Gate
Contact
Video door entry system door lock
Automation group
Fan
Automation group
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Favourites
Individual Light
Blinds
Garage Door
Rolling Shutter
Gate
Automation Group 1
Irrigation
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Blind – Garage Door – Rolling Shutter - Gate
These controls enable you to open or close blinds, rolling shutters, etc. at the
simple touch of a finger.
Depending on the configuration set by the installer, the system is operated in
one of two modes, as indicated below.
– Safe Mode
The system opens/closes only while you are touching the corresponding
icon; the icon changes to indicate motion.
As soon as you remove your finger from the icon the system stops.
– Standard Mode
The system starts opening/closing by touching the corresponding icon; during
motion, the icon changes to indicate motion and the Stop icon appears. To
stop the system touch the
icon.
Examples in Standard Mode
Touch the icon to start opening
the gate
Press the Stop icon to stop the
gate.
Stop
Touch the icon to start closing
the garage door
Press the Stop icon to stop the
garage door
Stop
Examples in Safe Mode
While you are pressing the icon
the blinds continue opening
Remove your finger to stop the
blinds
Stop
While you are pressing the icon the
rolling shutter continues rolling down
Remove your finger to stop the
rolling shutter
Stop
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Automation group
This control can be used to activate several automations at the same time. For example,
with a single touch it would be possible to lower or rise all the rolling shutters in the
home.
To activate the movement touch the
/
, icon. Touch the
icon to stop it.
Fan
This control enables you to turn on or turn off the fan.
The icon changes to indicate that the fan is in operation.
Door lock
ON
OFF
Touch to turn off
Touch to turn on
Controlled Socket
This control, represented by an electrical socket, enables you to turn on or off a
household appliance or other device.
In this case too, the icon indicates whether the controlled appliance is on or off.
Touch the
icon to activate an electrical door lock.
This control works like a pushbutton; the door lock is activated while you touch
the icon and deactivates as soon as you remove your finger. If this control is
connected to the video door entry system door lock, the time of activation depends on the door lock configuration.
Door lock is activated
Door lock is deactivated
Irrigation
This control enables you to turn on or off the irrigation system.
The icon changes to indicate that the irrigation system is in operation.
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Touch to turn off
Touch to turn on
Touch to turn off
Touch to turn on
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2.2 Lighting
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Touch the “Lighting” application icon.
The display shows the page listing the lights you can control.
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Web radio
Web radio
info
Individual Light
This control enables you to turn on or
off an individual light.
Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Group of Lights
This control enables you to turn on or
off a group of lights at once.
Dimmer
Kitchen Light
Garden Lights
StaircaseLight
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Favourites
Individual Light
Individual Light
Group of Lights
1’
Dimmer
0:00:00
Fixed timed light
Group of Lights
Timed light
Dimmer
This control enables you to turn on, turn
off or adjust the intensity of a dimmerfitted light.
Light intensity can be adjusted by
pressing the - and + icons; the level of
intensity is represented graphically.
If the light does not work or is not connected a cracked bulb is shown.
Living Room Light
Dimmer at
minimum
level
Fault
Dimmer
Group of Dimmers
StaircaseLight
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Group of Dimmers
This control enables you to turn on, turn
off or adjust the intensity of a group of
dimmer-fitted lights.
Bedrooms Lights
Light intensity can be adjusted by pressing the - and + icons; the level of intensity is not represented graphically.
The individual dimmers included in a group could be set at different intensity levels; adjustment leads to increasing or decreasing the intensity level of
all dimmers starting from the level at which they were set when they were
switched on.
Pre-set timed light
This control enables you to turn on a
light by touching the
, icon and to
set the time for which the same light is
to stay on using the
icon.
1’
Pre-set timed light function is
not activated
Fixed timed light
This control enables you to turn on a
light for a fixed period of time (preset via the configuration software) by
touching the
icon.
The icon shows the remaining lighton time in the form of a percentage.
The
icon shows whether the function is activated or not.
12:10
Fixed timed light function is not
activated
12:10
Fixed timed light function is activated (approximately halfway to
switching off )
Staircase Light
This control enables you to activate the
staircase light function connected to the
video door entry system.
1’
Pre-set timed light function is
activated
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2.3 Scenarios
Touch the “Scenarios” application icon.
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The display shows the page listing the scenarios you can activate; touch the
icon to activate the chosen scenario.
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Web radio
Web radio
info
Scenario from the scenarios control unit
This control enables you to turn on a
scenario stored on the Scenarios Control Unit. If you wish, you can change
the scenario settings on the Scenarios
Control Unit; from that moment on, the
Multimedia Touch Screen will implement the new scenario set.
Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
Scenario 1
StaircaseLight
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Favourites
Individual Light
Scenario 1
Scenario 4
Scenario 2
Scenario 5
Scenario 3
Scenario 6
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Scenario from the scenarios module
This control enables you to turn on one
of the scenarios stored on the Scenarios
Module. Touch the
icon to bring up a
series of additional icons that will enable
you to delete or program a new scenario
according to the Scenarios Module’s operating instructions.
Scenario 2
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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If the
icon is not shown, the Scenarios Module is blocked.
Creating a New Scenario
Touch the icon to enter the
function that enables you to
program a new scenario
Touch the icon to start programming a new scenario
Touch the icon to end programming.
Touch the icon to go back to the
menu listing the scenarios you
have set
Deleting a Scenario
Touch the icon to enter the
function that enables you to
delete a scenario
Touch the icon to delete a scenario you have set
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2.4 Advanced and programmed scenarios
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Web radio
Web radio
info
Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Advanced and programmed scenarios
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Touch the “Advanced and programmed scenarios” application.
The display shows the page listing all the advanced and programmed scenarios
that can be controlled (20 maximum).
Programmed scenario
This type of scenario automatically activates a number of controls at the occurrence of one or more specific actions or at a pre-set time.
It is possible to manage up to 20 of the 300 scenarios configured in the Scenarios Programmer.
This type of scenario allows four possible actions:
–Enable Scenario – Disable Scenario
These controls allow you to enable or disable a scenario without actually activating it. If the scenario is enabled and the condition occurs for activation, the
scenario is implemented.
–Start - Stop
These controls allow you to force start or stop a scenario, regardless of the
programmed condition.
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Favourites
Individual Light
Programmed Scenario 1
Advanced Scenario 1
Programmed Scenario 2
Advanced Scenario 2
Programmed Scenario 3
Advanced Scenario 3
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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The presence of the various actions is set via the configuration software.
Advanced Scenario
This type of scenario automatically activates a specific control at a pre-set time
upon the occurrence of a specific action.
Up to 20 scenarios can be created.
This type of scenario allows two possible actions:
–Enable/Disable Scenario
This control allows you to enable/disable a scenario without actually activating it. If the scenario is enabled and the conditions occur for activation, the
scenario is implemented.
–Start
This control allows you to force a scenario.
Advanced scenario enabled
Advanced Scenario
Modifying time and device condition settings
Touch the
icon to modify the time and device-related condition settings.
The page below is displayed:
use the
and
icons to set the desired time; touch the
icon to confirm.
Light state condition
You may change the light state.
The light states which can be
used as condition for the activation of a scenario are ON or
OFF.
Advanced and programmed scenarios
Time Condition
Hours and Minutes
20
:
30
Advanced scenario disabled
Advanced Scenario
The second condition or “device-related condition” can be linked to the state of
a light, a dimmer, a temperature sensor or a sound system amplifier.
Dimmer Value Condition
You may change the dimmer
intensity value.
The values admitted are: OFF
and from 20% to 100% with
20% increases.
Advanced and programmed scenarios
Time Condition
Hours and Minutes
20
:
30
Example of advanced scenario
The garden irrigation comes on (scenario action)
only if it is 8:30pm (time condition)
and the temperature sensor measures 20°C (device-related condition)
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Audio value condition
You may change the amplifier
volume value.
The values admitted go from
0% to 100%, with 20% and 30%
increases.
Temperature value condition
You may change the temperature sensor value.
The temperature values admitted go from -5.0 °C to 50.0 °C,
with 0.5 °C increases.
Advanced and programmed scenarios
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Time Condition
Hours and Minutes
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Advanced and programmed scenarios
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Time Condition
Hours and Minutes
30.0 °C
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2.5 Sound system
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Touch the “Sound system” application icon.
The display shows in the upper section the information and icons relating to the
music sources and in the lower section the amplifiers you can control.
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Web radio
Web radio
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Sound Source
You can choose between Radio Tuner, external source (Aux) - such as a CD player
(controlled via the Stereo Control function or connected via RCA input port) - or
Multimedia Touch Screen used as a multimedia source.
Favourites
Individual Light
Radio
Group of Lights
Radio display
Change
source
Switch the
source on
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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RTL102.5
FM 102.500
Channel: 3
Channel tuner
Change channel
(between stored channels)
External Source (AUX)
Source display
Sound System
Favourites
Stereo Control
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Living Room
Basement
Dimmer
Change
source
Switch the
source on
Multimedia Touch Screen
Change
source
Power amplifier
StaircaseLight
Switch the
source on
Stereo Control
Change track
(if available on source)
Source display
MMT
Select the
track from the
USB device or
the SD card
Change track
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Tuning the Radio
Your Multimedia Touch Screen allows you to tune in the radio from your sound
system and store your favourite channels.
Frequency
RDS function
Active channel
OFF
Sound System
Change frequency between
stored frequencies
Change
frequency
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FM 104.500
Amplifier
This control enables you to turn on, turn off or adjust an amplifier volume; the
volume level is shown graphically on the display.
Low volume
Channel: 3
Channel search
mode (automatic or manual)
Press the icon to store the selected channel (the Multimedia Touch Screen will
give out a sound to confirm that the channel has been stored).
High volume
Group of Amplifiers
This control enables you to turn on, turn off or adjust the volume of a group of
amplifiers; the volume level is shown graphically on the display.
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Power amplifier
This control can be used to switch on/off and manage the new power amplifier.
Treble adjustment
Touch the
or the
icons to adjust the treble level between -10 and +10
+3
Touch the
/
(icon (ON/OFF), to switch the power amplifier on or off.
The
icon is used to open the power amplifier management menu. The following page is displayed:
Bass adjustment
Touch the
or the
-1
Power amplifier
Balance adjustment
+1
Rock
Treble
Bass
Balance
+1
Loud
Equalizer
Touch the
or the
icons to adjust the bass level between -10 and +10
Touch the
or the
the left channel
icons to balance the sound between the right and
Loudness (LOUD)
Enabling LOUD mode enhances low and high frequencies when listening at low
volume.
To enable or disable LOUD mode touch the
or the
icons.
icons to select the equaliser curve
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2.6 Multi-channel sound system
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Touch the “Multi-channel sound system” application icon.
The display shows all rooms connected to the system.
In the example, the system comprises four rooms and a special zone:
–Room: enables you to control a single amplifier (amplifier) or a group of amplifiers in a specific room;
–Special Zone: enables you to control groups of amplifiers even if located in
different rooms (group of amplifiers) or control all the amplifiers in your system (general).
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Web radio
Web radio
info
Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Favourites
Individual Light
Special Zone
Kitchen
Living Room
Bathroom
Group of Lights
Dimmer
Bedroom
StaircaseLight
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Touch the
icon to access individual sub-menus
Rooms
Special Zones
Kitchen
Special Zone
Kitchen
Special Zone
RTL102.5
FM 102.500
Amplifier 1
Stereo Control
Channel: 3
Amplifier 2
Kitchen+Living Room
General Kitchen
Bedroom+Bathroom
Turns on/off and adjusts volume
on amplifiers located in different
rooms.
Turns on/off and adjusts volume on
the associated amplifier.
Amplifier 1/2
Kitchen+Living Room
Turns on/off and adjusts volume on
all amplifiers located in that room.
General kitchen
General
Turns on/off and adjusts volume on
all amplifiers in the system.
General
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2.7 Multimedia contents
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Touch the “Multimedia contents” application icon.
The display shows the multimedia contents you can access.
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Web radio
Web radio
info
Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
USB
StaircaseLight
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Web radio
USB
Web radio
SD
Rss
SD
Rss
The “RSS” application enables you to display real-time news on
your Multimedia Touch Screen. For this function to operate, the
device must be part of a broadband-connected LAN network.
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Webcam
Dimmer
Webcam
StaircaseLight
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The “Web Radio” application enables you to listen to the radio
stations broadcasting on the Web. For this function to operate,
the device must be part of a broadband-connected LAN network.
The “SD” application enables you to display and use the contents of your SD card. The Multimedia Touch Screen will be able
to play your music, videos or images.
Multimedia
Favourites
The “USB” application enables you to display and use the contents of your USB pen drive. The Multimedia Touch Screen will
be able to play your music, videos or images.
The “Webcam” application enables you to view the real-time
images transmitted by Live Webcams broadcasting on the Web.
For this function to operate, the device must be part of a broadband-connected LAN network.
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2.7.1 USB / SD
Insert your USB/SD devices in the relevant ports on your Multimedia Touch Screen. The
/
icons change to bright white to indicate that they are active; touch them to access their contents.
Multimedia
Favourites
USB
Web radio
SD
Individual Light
Rss
Group of Lights
Webcam
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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FOLDER
1/2
Music
Favourites
AUDIO
Get On Your Boots
No Line On The Horizon
5.jpg
U2 - Winter.mp4
Audio files: the Multimedia Touch Screen will be able to play only files with
an .mp3 extension.
Individual Light
Group of Lights
VIDEO
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
ALBUM
Video files: the Multimedia Touch Screen will be able to play only files with
an .mp4 extension having a maximum resolution of 320x240 pixels.
Image files: the Multimedia Touch Screen will be able to play only files with
a .jpg extension having a maximum size of 10 Mb. Any of these files can be
chosen for the screensaver of your Multimedia Touch Screen (see section 3).
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AUDIO
The display lists the .mp3 files available for playing from USB pen drive or SD
card.
FOLDER
1/2
Favourites
Magnificient
No Line On The Horizon
Audio
icon
Individual Light
Moment Of Surrender
No Line On The Horizon
Album title
Play track
Magnificient
No Line On The Horizon
Group of Lights
Unknown Caller
No Line On The Horizon
Track title
Dimmer
Get On Your Boots
No Line On The Horizon
Track number
StaircaseLight
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Track duration
01 Magnificient.mp3
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No Line On The Horizon
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01 Magnificient.mp3
Track :3/11
No Line On The Horizon
Individual Light
0:01:13/0:04:02
Group of Lights
Go to previous track
Pause/play
Fast rewind
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Stop
Fast forward
Go to next track
Play on sound
system
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Touch the
icon to access the sound system (see sections 2.5 and 2.6) and decide in
which room / on what amplifier you wish to play the music selected.
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1 - After selecting the room where to listen the select music from, touch the
navigation bar icon again to access the multimedia content and view the folder containing
the music files without stopping playback (see chapter 2.7.1).
Multi-Channel Sound System
Favourites
Individual Light
Special Zone
Kitchen
Living Room
Bathroom
Group of Lights
Dimmer
Bedroom
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1
Stereo control
2 - Touch the
to go back to the music file being played.
Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Kitchen+Living room
General
Dimmer
Bedroom+Bathroom
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VIDEO
The display lists the .mp4 files available for viewing on your Multimedia Touch
Screen from USB pen drive or SD card.
FOLDER
1/2
Favourites
U2 - Winter.mp4
Video
icon
Individual Light
U2 - Moment Of Surrender.mp4
Video title
Play video
U2 - Winter.mp4
Group of Lights
U2 - Unknown Caller.mp4
Dimmer
U2 - Get On Your Boots.mp4
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Go to previous Pause/
video
play
Fast forward
Full screen view
U2 - Winter.mp4
Favourites
Individual Light
Fast rewind
Group of Lights
Stop
Go to next
video
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Touch the
icon to view the video in full screen mode.
Touch the display to bring up the video control icons described above.
Shrink video
Increase / decrease volume of currently-playing video
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ALBUM
The display lists the images available for viewing on your Multimedia Touch
Screen from USB pen drive or SD card.
FOLDER
1/2
Favourites
Music
Individual Light
Get On Your Boots
No Line On The Horizon
Group of Lights
5.jpg
Dimmer
U2 - Winter.mp4
StaircaseLight
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icon on your Multimedia Touch Screen.
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Go to previous image
Stop automatic show
05.jpg
Favourites
Full screen view
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
Go to next image
Show images automatically
StaircaseLight
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Touch the display to bring up the image control icons.
Touch the
icon to shrink the image
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2.7.2 Web radio
Touch the
icon to view the list of radio stations (previously set through the MultimediaTouchScreenConfig software) broadcasting on the Web.
Multimedia
Favourites
USB
Web radio
SD
Individual Light
Rss
Group of Lights
Webcam
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Radio 105
Radio 105
Radio Montecarlo
Radio Montecarlo
Urradio
Urradio
Radio 24
Radio 24
Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
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Radio
icon
Descriptions (can be customised through software)
Radio 105
Radio 105
Play radio
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Touch the
icon to view the list of radio stations (previously set through the MultimediaTouchScreenConfig software) broadcasting on the Web.
Loading radio station
Favourites
Loading...
Track :1/6
Loading...
Individual Light
105 CHANNEL 1 - 105 FM
Track :1/6
Group of Lights
105 CHANNEL 1 - 105 FM
Stored radio station
indicator
Dimmer
Name of currently-playing
radio station
StaircaseLight
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Go to previous radio station
Stop
Multi-Channel Sound System
Favourites
Individual Light
Special Zone
Kitchen
Living Room
Bathroom
Pause/Play
Go to next radio station
Play on sound system
Group of Lights
Dimmer
Bedroom
StaircaseLight
Touch the
icon to access the sound system (see sections 2.5 and 2.6) and decide in
which room / on what amplifier you wish to play the radio selected.
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2.7.3 Rss
Touch the
icon to view the list of contents available from the Web (previously set
through the MultimediaTouchScreenConfig software).
Multimedia
Favourites
USB
Web radio
SD
Individual Light
Rss
Group of Lights
Webcam
Dimmer
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Weather
Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
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Info icon
RSS source title
Legrand
Rss
Legrand
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RSS source title
Favourites
Individual Light
New Multimedia Touch Screen
Fri, 29 May 2009 10:52:46 +0200
View RSS
New Multimedia Touch Screen
Fri, 29 May 2009 12:20:39 +0200
Legrand
Legrand renews its home automation range
Fri, 29 May 2009 12:20:39 +0200
RSS icon
RSS publication information
Group of Lights
The new Legrand showroom opens
Thu, 28 May 2009 16:05:40 +0200
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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, icon to open the selected news item.
Touch the and arrows to scroll through the text in case it takes up more space than
the white box shown on the display.
New Multimedia Touch Screen
Favourites
Legrand’s brand-new and innovative Multimedia Touch
Screen enables you to control all the highly-advanced functions of your My Home Legrand system through a simple
and attractive icon-based graphical interface and 10” 16:9
LCD touch screen.
As well as manage your entire home automation system,
you will be able to answer calls on the video door entry
system and view high-definition images from your external
CCTV cameras.
Thanks to its USB and SD card ports, you will also be able to
listen to your favourite music on your sound system, as well
as to view videos and photographs.
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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2.7.4 Webcam
Touch the
icon to view the list of Webcams (previously set through the MultimediaTouchScreenConfig software) broadcasting on the Web.
Multimedia
Favourites
USB
Web radio
SD
Individual Light
Rss
Group of Lights
Webcam
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Chapel of the Holy Shroud
New York
Saint Peter Basilica
Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
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Webcam icon
Webcam title
Paris Live
Webcam
1/2
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View webcam
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Previous webcam
Next webcam
Paris Live
Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Refresh webcam
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Touch the “Burglar alarm” application icon.
In the upper section the display shows the icon indicating the state of the system (open door lock indicates that the system is OFF, closed door lock indicates
that the system is ON); in the central section, you can scroll through the zones
in which the system is divided and check which ones are active.
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Web radio
Web radio
info
Favourites
Shutting Off Individual Zones
When the burglar alarm is OFF, you can shut off (or reactivate) one or more
zones in the system to suit your requirements. You may, for example, turn off indoor areas protected by infrared sensors, while leaving perimeters areas (front
door and windows) on; this allows you to move freely inside your home while
not giving up on safety.
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Such customisation can only be
performed when the system is off
using the relevant icons for the individual zones (not shown on the
display when the system is on).
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Burglar Alarm
1/2
Zone 1
Zone 2
Zone 3
Zone 4
Zone 5
Zone 6
Zone 7
Zone 8
Favourites
Individual Light
Entrance
Windows
Shutters
Garage
Attic
Tavern
Night zone IR
Day zone IR
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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To confirm the chosen customisation, touch the confirmation icon:
a page will appear requesting
your user code to confirm zone
shutting-off.
Turning the Burglar Alarm On/Off
To change the state of the system, touch the
icon (to turn the burglar alarm
on). Touch the
icon (to turn the burglar alarm off ).
Turning burglar
alarm on
What type of alarm has occurred?
If while you are out the alarm goes off, when you come back you will find a
screen page similar to the one in the example containing the following information: icon corresponding to the type of alarm event that has occurred, plus
indication of time, date, type of alarm and zone.
Intrusion Detection Alarm
Turning burglar
alarm off
11:31
On the page shown, enter your Burglar-Alarm Control Unit user code and press
to confirm.
If sound is enabled on the Burglar-Alarm Control Unit, you will hear the relevant
“alarm on” or “alarm off” message from the unit.
03/18
Z:1
Type of alarm:
– intrusion detection alarm
– anti-tampering alarm
– panic alarm
– technical alarm
Indication of:
– hour
– date
– zone
Touch the
icon to access
alarm events memory.
Burglar Alarm
Alarm Type
Technical
Intrusion Det.
Zone
Date and Hour
C1
18:06:2009
Bedroom
11:32:51
Z1
17:06:2009
Bedroom
10:20:03
delete alarm event
PASSWORD:
The numbers from 1 to 8 displayed at the bottom (only in the alarm turning on
page) show which zones are currently shut off. In the examples, the zone 1 and
8 are active, while the zones from 2 to 7 are shut off.
touch the
alarm event.
icon to delete
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Touch the “Temperature control” application icon.
The display shows the page listing the relevant Systems, Non-Controlled Zones
(if any) and External Sensors (if any); if only one control unit is present on your
system, you are directed immediately to a page listing the icon of the control
unit in question and the relevant zones.
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Web radio
Web radio
info
Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Favourites
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Temperature Control
External sensor
Non-Controlled Zone
Air conditioning
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Touch the
icon to access your temperature control system.
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Touch the
icon to access the control unit settings page.
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Use the
and
, icons to set the system to operate in Summer mode
Winter mode
).
Touch the
icon to access available operation modes.
Temperature Control
Favourites
Individual Light
Control Unit
Zone 2
Group of Lights
Zone 3
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
Temperature control is only possible if the remote control function on the control
unit has been activated.
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Program Mode
Select a program between 3 summer
and 3 winter programs (previously set
on the control unit) to configure your
system to automatically operate according to the program selected.
Program Mode
Program Mode
Touch the
program.
Holidays Mode
This mode enables you to run the Antifreeze or Thermal Protection modes on
your system until the date and hour set,
after which the system reverses to the
selected weekly program.
Holidays Mode
icon to select a
16
Summer Program 1
Winter Program 1
Summer Program 2
Winter Program 2
Summer Program 3
Winter Program 3
:
06
:
09
20
:
Program Mode
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Summer Program 1
Winter Program 1
Summer Program 2
Winter Program 2
Summer Program 3
Winter Program 3
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Holidays Mode
Touch the
and
icons to
set the date and hour.
Once you have set the date
and hour, touch the
, icon
to display the page where you
can choose the program to be
run at the end of the holidays
mode period.
Touch the
a program.
icon to select
Manual Mode
This mode enables you to set a constant temperature in all the zones of
your system.
Manual Mode
28.2 °C
Manual Mode
Touch the
and
icons to
increase or decrease temperature by 0.5°C. Touch the
icon to confirm the temperature set.
Week-End Mode
This mode enables you to select a special day profile to be run for a pre-set
period of time. The chosen program
operates until the date and hour set,
after which the system reverses to the
selected weekly program.
Week-End Mode
16
:
06
:
09
20
:
Program Mode
Summer Program 1
Winter Program 1
Summer Program 2
Winter Program 2
Summer Program 3
Winter Program 3
30
Week-End Mode
Touch the
and
icons to
set the date and hour.
Once you have set the date
and hour, touch the
, icon
to display the page where you
can choose the program to be
set.
Touch the
a program.
icon to select
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Scenario Mode
Select a scenario between 16 summer
and 16 winter scenarios to configure
your system to automatically operate
according to the scenario selected.
Scenario Mode
Summer Scenario 1
Winter Scenario 1
Summer Scenario 2
Winter Scenario 2
Summer Scenario 3
Winter Scenario 3
OFF Mode
Touch the
Scenario Mode
Touch the
scenario.
icon to select a
icon to set all system zones to OFF.
Antifreeze Mode
Touch the
icon to set all system zones to antifreeze temperature.
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Temperature Sensor
The local sensor offset corresponds to the position of the dial on the sensor
installed in each zone of your temperature control system.
If the dial is positioned to ❄ (antifreeze/thermal protection) or OFF, no adjustment is possible from the Multimedia Touch Screen: to change the current settings you must act directly on the sensor dial.
Zones (with Fan Coil Function)
Press the Zones icon to display the page containing the zone name, the temperature measured, the temperature setting icon if in manual mode, the manual/
automatic operation icons, the sensor setting (-3 -2 -1 0 +1 +2 +3) and the fan
coil speed levels.
Zones
Press the Zones icon to display the page containing the zone name, the temperature measured, the temperature setting icon if in manual mode, the manual/
automatic operation icons and the sensor setting (-3 -2 -1 0 +1 +2 +3).
Fan coil speed
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Temperature measured
Zone
Sensor setting
Zone 1
Local sensor Offset
3
2
1
Zone
Sensor setting
Local sensor Offset
28.2 °C
4
Temperature measured
Zone 2
Temperature setting keys
and temperature set
28.2 °C
4
3
2
Temperature setting keys
and temperature set
1
1 - Manual mode
1 - Manual mode
2 - Automatic mode
2 - Automatic mode
3 - Antifreeze mode
3 - Antifreeze mode
4 - Zone OFF
4 - Zone OFF
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External Sensors
If the system includes external radio-wave operated sensors, touch the relevant
icon to display the temperature measured by the same.
External sensor
Air conditioning
Touch the “Air conditioning” icon to access a page where it will be possible to
display all the objects (splitters) previously connected and configured using the
MultimediaTouchScreenConfig software. If the splitter is associated to a SLAVE
probe, Multimedia Touch Screen will be able to display the temperature detected in the associated room.
27.5 °C
Air conditioning
Single splitter
Turn the
splitter off
Non-Controlled Zones
If the system includes measurement-only sensors (non-controlled zones), touch
the relevant icon to display the temperature measured by the same.
28.2 °C
Kitchen
Living room
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2
Tavern
Daytime area
Living room
Non-Controlled Zone
29.5 °C
Turn the
splitter off
Switch the
control on
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Off
Cold
Hot
Dehumidify
Splitter with
associated slave
probe
Splitter group
Advanced mode
With the advanced mode, the splitter can be managed in the same way as with a
remote control; touch the
icon to manually manage the splitter.
Living room
Off
Touch the
icon to scroll through the various splitter operating modes (automatic, cooling, heating, dehumidifier, ventilation).
The
and
icons are used to decrease or increase the temperature value
in steps of 0.5° of 1.0° (depending on the splitter installed).
Use the
icon to scroll through the various fan-coil speed modes (automatic,
high, medium, low, silent).
The
icon is used to switch the SWING function off; the
icon to switch
it on.
Hot
Living room
28.2 °C
OFF
AUTOMATIC
SWING
The control functions depend on the type of splitter installed on the system
and the configuration performed using MultimediaTouchScreenConfig.
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Touch the “Energy management” application.
This application enables controlling the status of the energy loads, display
consumptions/productions of energy, and managing the rearming of Salvavita
devices.
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Web radio
Web radio
info
Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Systems supervision
This can be used to display and control STOP&GO devices (previously configured) and to check the My Home Legrand system loads for correct operation.
Touch the system supervision icon
.
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The display shows the page with the links to the STOP&GO devices pages (visible depending on the type of installation).
Energy management
Favourites
Individual Light
Stop And Go
Load diagnostics
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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The status of each device will be displayed. Touch the
details.
Each type of status will have its own dedicated icon:
Stop And Go
icon to access its
Favourites
Individual Light
Stop And Go
Stop And Go Plus
Closed
Open
Open due to
short circuit
Open due to
overvoltage
Open due to
earth fault
Open due to
block
Group of Lights
Stop And Go BTest
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Stop And Go
Stop And Go Plus
Stop And Go
Stop And Go Plus
Stop And Go
Stop And Go Plus
Enable
The detail page of the STOP&GO device contains the
tic rearming enabling or disabling.
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Enable
icon for automa-
Check
Enter the detail page of the STOP&GO PLUS device to force arming if any problems
are shown by the status of the STOP&GO device itself.
A system check can also be enabled or disabled by touching the
icon.
The time that must elapse before rearming is set during the configuration of the
STOP&GO device.
Stop And Go BTest
Load diagnostic
The “Load diagnostic” function is used to check that the loads are working correctly,
by measuring their earth leakage current consumptions.
Stop And Go BTest
Load diagnostic
Stop And Go BTest
Load diagnostic
Oven
Microwave
Washing machine
Enable
Autotest
180
Enter the STOP&GO BTest device details page to enable or disable the self-test function, by touching the
If activated, use the
between tests).
icon.
and
icons to set the self-test interval (number of days
Enter the Load Diagnostic page to display the status of the loads.
The
icon indicates that the load is working correctly;
The
indicates that the load is working correctly, but the earth leakage cur-
rent is close to the limits of the standards;
The
icon indicates that the earth leakage current exceeds the limits of the
standards, causing the opening of the Salvavita.
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Consumption/Production display
It enables monitoring the home energy consumptions.
Touch the Consumption/Production Display icon
.
The display shows the monitored consumptions page.
Energy management
Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Electricity
Water
Gas
Hot water
Heating/Cooling
Customized
Favourites
Individual Light
Electricity
Water
Gas
Hot water
Heating/Cooling
Customize
Group of Lights
Dimmer
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Touch the
tion:
icon to display the electricity consumption or production informa-
This manual only describes the Electricity control feature. All energy controls are in fact managed by Multimedia Touch Screen in the same way.
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Touch the
tion:
icon to display the electricity consumption or production informa-
Electricity
Favourites
1,350 W/h
450 W/h
General
Individual Light
Lights
800 W/h
Group of Lights
16A sockets
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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General
General
28/06/10
Individual Light
450 W/h
Cumulative
Group of Lights
80 W/h
Current
28/06/10
Favourites
Dimmer
scroll days/months
total
consumptions
instantaneous
consumption
450 W/h
Cumulative
50 W/h
Current
Scroll between
days/months/last
12 months
Graphic
indication
of total
consumptions
Change unit of
measure
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Days
the display of the daily information is split into “Current day” and “Previous
days”
Current day
Graphic information
Touch the
icon to display the graphic consumption information. Then touch
the
icon to display the graphic consumption information in a table format:
Graphic consumption information
Electricity
Electricity
28/06/10
450 W/h
28/06/10
2,40
Cumulative
50 W/h
1,20
Current
1
Previous days
12
Graphic consumption information in table format
Electricity
27/06/10
450 W/h
Cumulative
60
24
28/06/10
Hour
kWh
Hour
kWh
1
0,425
1
0,425
2
0,350
2
0,350
3
0,200
3
0,200
4
0,180
4
0,180
5
0,150
5
0,150
6
0,200
6
0,200
7
0,400
7
0,400
8
0,435
8
0,435
Months
Touch the
Last 12 months
Touch the
icon to switch from “month” view to “last 12 months” view:
icon to switch from “day” view to “month” view:
Months
Last 12 months
Electricity
Electricity
08.09
1
250,540 kW/h
Last 12 months
3
Cumulative
2
8,255 kW/h
1
1.952,200 kW/h
2
Cumulative
4
Daily average
1 - total monthly consumption
1 - Total consumptions for the last 12 months
2 - average daily consumption for the month
2 - Graphic display of consumptions for the last 12 months
3 - graphic indication of the daily consumptions for the month
4 - graphic indication of the average hourly consumption for the month
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Energy management
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Load management (with load management central unit installed)
The load control central unit provides control of the power engaged, preventing the power meter from cutting the power off, by excluding the loads based
on the priorities set by the installer.
Touch the Load control
icon.
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Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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If the central unit detects a system overload, the load with the least priority is
disabled (previously set from MultimediaTouchScreenConfig), and the ON icon
is displayed.
Touch this icon to force the reactivation of the load (the default duration of the
activation is 4 hours).
Load management
Load management
Favourites
Individual Light
Microwave
Oven
Group of Lights
The load is
active
The load has
been disabled
Microwave
Washing machine
Washing machine
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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* Only available for advanced actuators
Oven
It displays current
consumptions and
power meters *
Load forcing
Oven
Oven
852 W
2:30
12,254 kW/h
16/04/2010 16:30
6,256 kW/h
01/04/2010 00:01
Access the load information page to display the current consumption. Use the
icons to reset the consumption meters.
Use the
icon to toggle between Watt and economy display and vice versa.
By entering the load details page it is possible to force the activation irrespective of
the load control central unit; Touch the
and
icons to decrease or increase
the forcing time (default is 2 hours and 30 minutes).
Touch the
icon to return to the main page, where the
icon indicates that the
load has been forced, and is no longer controlled by the central unit.
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2.11 Video Door Entry System
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webcam
12:05
Weather
Touch the “Video Door Entry System” application icon.
The display shows the applications you can control.
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Web radio
Web radio
info
Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Video Door Entry System
Favourites
CCTV
CCTV
Intercom
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
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Enables you to keep your home under surveillance by activating one of the CCTV cameras located in the apartment
and in communal areas (e.g.: garage, garden, etc.).
Intercom
Enables you to talk to other video/audio handset units installed in your home or in other apartments.
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Touch the “Camera” icon.
The image captured by the selected camera appears on the screen (if the audio/
video channel is being used by another user the command is not run; wait until
the channel is free and try again).
In case of a call from the entrance panel, the connection is interrupted.
CCTV
Favourites
Entrance panel
Camera 1
CCTV
Individual Light
Camera 2
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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For additional information on the operation of the individual icons go to section 1.3.
Video Door Entry System
Favourites
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Group of Lights
Dimmer
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Touch the “Intercom” icon (inside or outside the apartment).
The Multimedia Touch Screen makes a call to the requested handset unit.
If the audio/video channel is being used by another user the command is not
run; wait until the channel is free and try again.
In case of a call from the entrance panel, the conversation is interrupted.
Intercom
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Int. intercom 2
INTERCOM
Individual Light
Ext. intercom
Group of Lights
Connecting
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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End call
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Mute key
Favourites
Microphone volume adjustment
Individual Light
Connecting
Group of Lights
Dimmer
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Connected
Disconnected
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BELL EXCLUSION
Touch the “Bell exclusion” icon to disable / enable the bell.
Video Door Entry System
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CCTV
Intercom
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Bell disabled
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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Change your Multimedia Touch Screen settings
3.1 Screen
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3.2 Date and Hour
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3.3 Volume adjustment
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3.4 Bell Settings
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3.5 Password Settings
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3.6 View your Multimedia Touch Screen version information77
3.7 Network
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3.8 Alarm clock
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3.9 Video door entry system
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Touch the “Settings” icon to access the dedicated page.
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webcam
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Web radio
Web radio
info
Screen
Touch the
icon to access the screen settings: contrast, screen cleaning, calibration and screensaver.
Favourites
Date and Hour
Individual Light
Volume
Group of Lights
Dimmer
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Date and Hour
Volume
Beep
Bells
Password
Version
Network
Individual Light
Touch the
icon to adjust the volume of the loudspeaker and the microphone.
Touch the
icon to activate (icon lights up) or deactivate (icon becomes
grey) the sound given out when you touch the screen.
Bells
Touch the
icon to customise bell tones for calls from entrance panels and
handset units.
Password
Touch the
icon to activate, deactivate or change password protection to
the Multimedia Touch Screen menu.
Version
Touch the
icon to display the technical information relating to your Multimedia Touch Screen.
Network
Touch the
icon to display the setup page of the Multimedia Touch Screen
network card.
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Favourites
icon to access clock settings.
Beep
StaircaseLight
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Group of Lights
Alarm clock
Touch the
to access the alarm clock setting functions..
Dimmer
Alarm clock
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Video door
entry system
StaircaseLight
Video door
entry system
Touch the
icon to access the page for the customisation of the video door
entry system functions: Hands free and professional studio.
3.1 Screen
The “Screen” application enables you to control display settings: brightness,
calibration, screen cleaning and screensaver.
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BRIGHTNESS
The “Brightness” application enables you to adjust display contrast.
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Screen
Brightness
Screen
Cleaning
Calibration
Brightness
Touch the icon to calibrate display touch
Calibration precision
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Screensaver
Favourites
Favourites
Individual Light
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Group of Lights
Dimmer
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
StaircaseLight
Touch the
Touch the icon to modify display brightness
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Cleaning
Screensaver
; icon to decrease brightness or touch the
icon to increase it.
Touch the icon to deactivate the display for a
chosen period of time
Touch the icon to choose your screensaver
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SCREEN CLEANING
The “Screen Cleaning” application enables you to deactivate the display and
clean it with no need for other operations.
CALIBRATION
The “Calibration” application enables you to adjust display touch precision.
Click on the Cross
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Factory settings provide for the screen to turn itself back on after 20 seconds.
You may customise the Multimedia Touch Screen cleaning time through the
software.
Do not use solvents, thinners, etc. or abrasive products.
Use only the cloth supplied.
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Touch the “cross” symbol shown on the display at all positions.
The
icon will appear in two corners of the display.
Touch the icons to confirm. Calibration will take place automatically.
SCREENSAVER
The “Screensaver” application enables you to choose the screensaver that you
wish to activate on your Multimedia Touch Screen.
By touching the
savers:
icon it is possible to choose among four types of screen-
• No Screensaver - no screensaver will be activated (screen off);
• Time - Multimedia Touch Screen displays a bar with the time (hours, minutes
and seconds), scrolling from top to bottom and vice versa;
Click OK
• Text - Multimedia Touch Screen displays a bar with a text message previously set by the user using MultimediaTouchScreenConfig, scrolling from top to
bottom and vice versa;
• Images - Touch the
icon to select the images;
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Screensaver
Favourites
This procedure - despite special pressure controls – must be carried out
carefully. If performed incorrectly it may lead to the device becoming
unable to understand pressure areas correctly with following system
blocking. In this case, contact your installer for assistance
Individual Light
No Screensaver
Time
Text
Images
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
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3.2 Date and Hour
3.3 Volume adjustment
The “Date and Hour” application enables you to access the Multimedia Touch
Screen clock settings.
The “Volume” application enables you to adjust the volume of the Multimedia
Touch Screen loudspeaker and microphone.
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:
Favourites
Favourites
Individual Light
Individual Light
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Group of Lights
Once you have set the date and hour, touch the
Volume
Group of Lights
Dimmer
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
StaircaseLight
Touch the
; icons to increase the date and hour values or touch the
icons to decrease them. Touch and hold to increase or decrease values fast.
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icon to confirm.
.
Touch the
or
icons to decrease or increase volume level.
The graphic bar in the middle of the icon (
) shows the device volume level.
3.4 Bell Settings
The “Bells” application enables you to select the bell to be matched to each
notice.
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Entrance panel 0 bell
Entrance panel 1 bell
Bells
1/2
Bell S0
Bell S1
Bell
Bell
Bell
Bell
Favourites
Entrance panel 2 bell
Individual Light
Entrance panel 3 bell
Group of Lights
Intercom bell
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
Touch the
and
Apartment 1 bell
Call to floor bell
icons to scroll through the various notices.
Touch or on the relevant icon to listen to or change the bell associated
with each notice.
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3.5 Password Settings
The “Password” application enables you to enable/disable password protection
to the Multimedia Touch Screen menu.
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Password
Password
Favourites
Favourites
Individual Light
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Group of Lights
Dimmer
Dimmer
PASSWORD:
StaircaseLight
When the
icon is grey the access password protection function is disabled.
Touch the
icon to change the password required to access the Multimedia
Touch Screen menu.
The password will be requested every time the Multimedia Touch Screen
is switched on or the display is reactivated from stand-by mode.
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The password consists of five digits.
Touch the
; icon to cancel the digits entered; touch the
the password entered.
icon to confirm
3.6 View your Multimedia Touch Screen version information
3.7 Network
The “Version” application enables you to display the technical information relating to your Multimedia Touch Screen.
The “Network” application can be used to display the parameters of the Multimedia touch screen network card.
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Version
Model:
573962/63
Firmware Version
1.1.3
Kernel Version
IP Address
2.3.3
Favourites
Individual Light
Group of Lights
192.168.1.110
Dimmer
Netmask
255.255.255.0
StaircaseLight
Touch the
icon to go back to the settings page.
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1.1.3
Mac
00:03:50:00:7f:d7
IP
192.168.1.154
Subnet mask
255.255.255.0
Gateway
192.168.1.1
DNS
192.168.1.1
DNS
192.168.1.1
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
Touch the
icon to enable or disable the network card. Touch the
return to the settings page.
icon to
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3.8 Alarm clock
The “Alarm clock” application can be used to enable/disable and set the alarm
clock on Multimedia touch screen.
If
the
sound
system
function
has
been
selected
from
MultimediaTouchScreenConfig, using the device, it will be possible to set one
or more sound system rooms, for which the alarm clock will be activated, as well
as the sound source to be used (radio, stereo control, etc.).
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Alarm clock
Favourites
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Set Time
Hours & Minutes
Day
:
Individual Light
20
Group of Lights
Alarm clock
Favourites
Individual Light
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
Alarm clock
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
Touch the
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icon to set the Multimedia Touch Screen alarm clock.
To increase the date and time values touch the
; icons; to decrease them touch
the
. icons. Press and hold down for fast increases or decreases.
Touch the
icon to select the day the alarm clock will be activated.
The icon will change status and switch on
.
Touch the
icon (present if the alarm clock has been set as sound system) to
select the source and the rooms in which the alarm clock will activate.
Once the date, time and days have been set, confirm using the
icon.
3.9 Video door entry system
The “Video door entry system” application can be used to enable/disable
the “Hands Free” and “Professional Studio” functions of the Multimedia Touch
Screen.
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Video door entry system
Favourites
Hands Free
Prof. Studio
Individual Light
Group of Lights
Dimmer
StaircaseLight
Touch the
and
, icons. By changing status, the
firm that the selected function is active.
and
icons will con-
Once active, the “Hands Free” and “Professional Studio” functions will be displayed in the “Status Bar”.
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