Helvar uSee Web Browser User Interface

Helvar uSee Web Browser User Interface
Helvar uSee Web Browser User Interface
Installation and Set-Up Guide
Introduction
The Helvar uSee Web Browser User Interface is a hardware and software platform that when used in conjunction with a Helvar
Router system, allows the user to view the system, select scenes, programme new scene levels, apply alternate scene and
group names, and monitor energy use.
The uSee interface provides both wired and wireless connectivity to all popular web browsing devices, such as an iPad, and
provides an easy to use, intuitive graphical means of control of the lighting system.
1: Mount to wall
Mounting, Environmental and Clearance Requirements
Mounting
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Mount the unit on a flat surface.
Use No.8 or No. 10 screws with a head diameter between 6 mm and 9 mm.
Use wall plugs if necessary.
Refer to the ’Mounting Dimensions’ diagram on the next page.
Environment
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The ambient temperature must be between 0ºC and 40ºC.
Air humidity must be between 0% and 90% (non-condensing).
The area must be adequately ventilated.
Do NOT install this product in a damp location.
Clearance
• Leave sufficient clearance (at least 100 mm) to allow cables to be connected.
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Mounting dimensions
59
219
234
Chassis mounting hole dimensions
R3
14
R4.5
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2: Electrical installation
WARNING: BEFORE COMMENCING ANY ELECTRICAL WORK, ISOLATE THE
ELECTRICITY SUPPLY AT THE MAIN DISTRIBUTION BOARD.
2.1: Remove the cover
1.
Remove the two screws securing the cover.
2.
Tilt the cover and slide it backwards
2.2: Attach the cable gland
1.
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Attach the (supplied) cable gland for the mains cable.
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WARNING:
THE SUPPLY INPUT EARTH MUST BE CONNECTED.
2.3: Connect the mains supply
1.
Pass the wire through the cable gland
2.
Strip the cable
3.
Connect the L, N and Earth as shown
E
N
L
3.
Pull back any excess cable through the grip
4.
Tighten the cable grip to retain the wire
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3: Connection to Lighting Network
3.1: Connect the Helvar ‘Lighting Router’ network
1.
Plug the Ethernet cable from the Helvar ‘Lighting Router’ network into ‘Port 1’ on the uSee unit
2.
Push the cable into the rubber grommet as it exits the enclosure
3.
Leave sufficient clearance around the uSee unit to give enough space to ensure the cables are not crushed or bent
in a manner that may affect their performance.
LAN
port 1
Rubber
grommet
To Helvar Lighting
Network Router
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4: Connecting to uSee from a browser
To access and control the uSee unit, connect using a web browser on an external device, such as a laptop or tablet PC.
You can connect either via:
- a direct wired Ethernet network connection or
- a wireless LAN connection (802.11b/g)
4.1: Connecting to a direct wired Ethernet network (optional)
1.
Plug the Ethernet cable from the local computer network in to ‘LAN Port 2’ on the uSee unit.
2.
Push the cable into the rubber grommet as it exits the enclosure.
3.
Leave sufficient clearance around the uSee unit to give enough space to ensure the cables are not crushed or bent
in a manner that may affect their performance.
LAN
port 2
Rubber
grommet
To Local
Computer Network
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4.2:
Connecting the external antenna for wireless networking (recommended)
1.
Screw the external antenna cable in to the socket of the uSee unit
2.
Push the cable into the rubber grommet as it exits the enclosure
3.
Screw the antenna into the base. The base is magnetic for secure mounting on ferrous materials
4.
Leave sufficient clearance around the uSee unit to give enough space to ensure the antenna cable is not
crushed or bent in a manner that may affect performance.
Wireless antenna
connector, RP-SMA
Rubber
grommet
Siting the antenna: recommendations
These recommendations will help in optimizing the performance and reliability of the wireless connection:
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1.
Set up your router as close as possible to the centre of the area you want to provide wireless networking for.
2.
Keep the antenna away from objects that cause wireless interference. Large metal objects, fluorescent or halogen
lights, microwaves, cordless phones and their base stations, and wall ducting or vents can block or interfere with
wireless signals.
3.
Place the antenna in an elevated location.
4.
Point the top of the antenna upwards if it is positioned below the coverage area. Point the top of the antenna down
if it is positioned above the coverage area, e.g., if it is wall-mounted near the ceiling.
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5: Replace cover and switch unit on
5.1:
Replace the cover
1.
Tilt the cover so the front pegs locate in to the slots
and slide it forwards.
2.
Push the bottom of the cover downwards and secure
it with the two retaining screws.
5.2:
Switch on mains power supply and check operation
1.
Switch on the mains power supply.
2.
Check that 12 V power is being supplied: the PWR and HDD LEDs at the top of the unit should be on (PWR) and
flashing (HDD).
Diagram: HDD and PWR indicators
With the unit powered on, you can now configure the uSee hub: see the next section for details.
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6: Configuring the uSee System Hub
The uSee System Hub is best configured using wireless access and a web browser.
If a wireless connection is not possible, use the ‘Direct connection’ option.
Note 1: It is possible to connect to the uSee hub using a standard browser, running on many different operating systems.
Note 2: Minimum display screen resolution is 1024 x 768.
Web browser, wireless Ethernet
Connect via wireless Ethernet to the uSee
System Hub using a PC, tablet PC or
smartphone (any device running a web
browser).
See section 6.1 for configuration instructions.
Direct control
(keyboard, mouse, monitor)
Operate the uSee System Hub directly, using
a keyboard, mouse and monitor/display.
See section 6.2 for configuration instructions.
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6.1: Initial access to the System Hub: Wireless Ethernet
6.1.1. Open ‘Network Connections’ window
1. Click the Windows logo.
2. Access ‘ncpa.cpl’ from the Windows Search box.
(On Windows XP, use the Start > Run... dialogue box)
The Network connections window can also be accessed via the
Windows Control Panel.
6.1.2. Access Wireless Network Adapter properties
1. Right-click the wireless network adapter
2. Select ‘Properties’
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6.1.3. Access Internet Protocol properties
1.
Select the ‘Internet Protocol item. If more than one is listed,
select the IPv4 item.
2.
Click the ‘Properties’ button: the ‘Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window opens.
6.1.4. Set the PC’s IP address and subnet mask
. Click ‘Obtain an IP address automatically’
2. Click ‘Obtain DNS server address automatically’
3. Click ‘OK’
4. Click ‘Close’ in the ‘Wireless Network Connections
Properties’ window
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6.1.5. Connect the PC to the wireless network
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1.
In the ‘Network Connections’ window, right-click the
wireless network adapter.
2.
Select ‘Connect/Disconnect’
3.
Select the System Hub’s wireless network.
The network SSID will be :
HELVARuSeeXXXXX
where XXXXX is the hub’s serial number,
The serial number is printed on a label on the hub.
4.
Click ‘Connect’
5.
Click ‘Connect Anyway’
(when warned that information on this network may be
visible to other people)
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6.1.6. Save the network settings to your PC
1. When prompted, choose the ‘Save this network’ option
6.1.7. Set network location as ‘Public location’
1. When prompted, choose the ‘Public location’ option.
2. Go to Section 7
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6.2: Initial access to the System Hub: Direct Control
NOTE:
THIS ACCESS METHOD IS ONLY REQUIRED WHEN THERE IS NO
WIRELESS CONNECTION AVAILABLE.
6.2.1. Connect a USB mouse and USB
keyboard to the System Hub
6.2.2. Connect a monitor/display to the hub.
The System Hub video port is VGA: you may need to use a DVI
to VGA converter.
6.2.3. With the System Hub powered on,
you should see the System Hub
initail set-up screen
6.2.4. Configure the System Hub’s network
settings
Consult the network administrator for IP settings compatible
with your network.
1a. Click on ‘Network Settings’
1b. Enter the required IP address of the System Hub.
1c. Enter subnet mask, Gateway, and DNS values.
1d. Click ‘Apply’, and then ‘Close’
Discovery of a workgroup and any further setup of the System
Hub should be managed via the Configuration section of its web
interface (see next section)
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7: Accessing the uSee for the first time
7.1: Access the uSee hub from a web browser
1.
Start your web browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome or Safari)
2.
In the browser’s address bar, type the IP address of the System Hub.
The default IP adress is 192.168.1.1.
7.2: Create a Local Administrator account
When you access the uSee for the first time, you are prompted to create an administrator account for unit.
Enter the following details:
User name
Password
Email address (Used by uSee to send results and logs)
Forename
Surname
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and click ‘Add User’
The uSee main screen will be displayed, and you can log in (see next section)
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8: Logging in to the uSee
8.1: Log in to uSee
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1.
Click on the ‘Login’ link (above the ‘Configuration’ button) on the uSee main screen.
2.
In the window that opens, enter the administrator username and password
3.
Click ‘Log In’ and the main screen is displayed. Now create two more user accounts: see next section.
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8.2: Create ‘Editor’ and ‘BasicUser’ Accounts
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1.
On the main screen, click on the small ‘Configuration’ button (bottom right of screen)
2.
Click on the Configuration graphic or text
3.
Click on the ‘Configuration’ screen to open the Configuration options page.
3.
Click the ‘Security Settings’ icon (top right of ‘Configurations page).
The Security Settings page screen opens.
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4.
On the Security Settings screen, click the ‘Add User’ tab:
5.
Add a new user in the role of ‘Editor’ (enter the details and click ‘Add User’)
6.
Add another new user in the role of a ‘Basic’ User (enter the details and click ‘Add User’)
7.
Click the ‘Home’ icon to return to the uSee main screen.
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9: Configuring the uSee Wired Network Settings
9.1: Open the Configuration settings page
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1.
On the main screen, click on the small ‘Configuration’ button (bottom right of screen)
2.
On the configuration screen, click on the Configuration graphic or text
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9.2: Edit ‘Network Setup’ settings in Configuration settings screen
1.
On the Configuration settings screen, click ‘Network Setup’ (bottom of screen)
2.
The network settings will be displayed
3.
Click the ‘Edit’ button for the Router Network Connection (connection from uSee unit to the lighting router system).
Consult the network administrator or commissioning engineer for IP settings compatible with your LIGHTING ROUTER network.
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4.
Edit the network settings , and click the green ‘tick’ icon, to save the settings.
Having changed network settings for the Router Network Adapter it may take several minutes for Workgroups on that
Ethernet network to be seen by the uSee unit. Refresh this page on a regular basis until the expected Workgroups appear
in the Workgroup Settings section.
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Check that the connection has been made: click the ‘Workgroup Settings’ bar.
When the connection is made, the workgroup name will appear in the ‘Workgroup Settings’ section of the Configuration
Settings page.
6.
Click the drop-down list of workgroups.
7.
When the connection is made, the workgroup name will appear in the list: select it.
8.
Click ‘Minimal Discover’ or ‘Complete Discovery’
9.
Click the ‘Home’ icon to return to the uSee main screen.
10. You can now control the lighting system using uSee: see the user manual for details.
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Technical Data
Power
Mains supply voltage: 88 - 264 VAC; 47 - 63 Hz
Power consumption:
14 W
Protection:
Max. 6 A MCB
Supply current:
0.55 A / 230 V
Cable Requirements
Gland cable range:
Diameter: 5 - 10 mm
Mechanical Data
Dimensions (L x W x H): See diagrams on page 10.
Weight:
2.5 kg
IP rating:
IP20
Installation
Mounting:
Wall mounted. Refer to mounting dimensions and clearance diagrams
Operating and Storage Conditions
Ambient Temperature:
0ºC to 40ºC
Storage Temperature:
-10°C to 70°C
Relative Humidity:
Max 90%, non-condensing
Conformity and Standards
EMC
Emission:
EN 55022
Immunity: EN 61000
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Safety:
EN 60950
Isolation:
3 kV
Environmental:
Complies with WEEE and RoHS directives
Class A product:
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in
which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
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