HDQ Motor Wiring and Programming Guide

HDQ Motor Wiring and Programming Guide
HDQ Motor Wiring
and Programming Guide
HDQ Motor Wiring and Programming Guide
Cable Length Maximums...........................................................................................3
Cable Routing...........................................................................................................3
Data Cable Selection.................................................................................................3
Data Cable Terminations............................................................................................3
Extending the RQ BUS...............................................................................................3
HDQ Motor Wiring and Programming Guide................................................................3
Fig 1 - 6P6C with Flat Cable......................................................................................4
Fig 2 - CAT5/5E........................................................................................................4
Fig. 3 - 6P6C with CAT5/5e.......................................................................................4
HDQ Series Motors...................................................................................................5
Fig 4 - wiring detail...................................................................................................5
Fig 5 - RQ Network Layout........................................................................................6
Addressing Motors in the RQ BUS..............................................................................7
Blind Commands......................................................................................................7
Contents
Communicating with the RQ System...........................................................................7
Setting HDQ Motor Limits..........................................................................................8
URemote Configuration..............................................................................................8
Fig 6 - HDQ Motor Specifications...............................................................................8
3 Pin Zero Voltage Connector.....................................................................................9
6 Pin RQ Data Cable.................................................................................................9
Adjusting either Motor Limit.......................................................................................9
Clear both Limits.......................................................................................................9
Clear CCW Motor Limit..............................................................................................9
Clear CW Motor Limit................................................................................................9
Toggle Motor Direction..............................................................................................9
Additional supported commands on the RQ Bus........................................................10
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HDQ Motor Wiring and Programming Guide
HDQ Motor Wiring and Programming Guide
This Document is intended to assist electricians, integrators and advanced automation system designers in building and communicating with the Hunter Douglas HDQ motor and RQ Bus System.
The RQ (Remotely Queryable) Data BUS is a bi-directional communications platform developed to take advantage
of the growing implementation of smart home automation systems and large scale commercial building management systems. The RQ Data BUS is ideal for remote monitoring, confirmation of actions and diagnostics. RQ controls can report data such as current settings, current position, direction of movement, and travel times of blinds.
Data Cable Selection
The RQ data BUS requires the use of a six conductor wire terminated in a straight through manner with 6P6C
(RJ-12) modular connectors. CAT5/5e cable may be used as a substitute. CAT6 cable is NOT recommended
because the wire specifications (are tighter twists and higher capacitance) are not compatible with the HDQ Data
BUS.
Shielded cable may be used but it is imperative that the shield/drain wire is NOT connected to ground. Grounding the shield to Earth Ground could introduce too much noise on the BUS for operation.
Cable Routing
When routing data cable through any home or commercial environment, please keep the following in mind:
Always try to keep data cable at least 60cm away from an AC power line.
If it is necessary to cross AC power, please do so at a 90 degree angle to reduce electrical interference.
DO NOT run data cabling with power lines inside conduit.
DO NOT bend data wire any more than 4x the diameter of the cable; any more will risk breaking conductors
inside the jacket.
Try to run data cable “High and Tight” by keeping cables away from other objects.
Always label what wires are coming from where and what they are connecting to.
Cable Length Maximums
The RQ Data BUS is capable of a combined length of 304 meters. This is an electrical limit and cannot be exceeded on a single BUS. Motor bus cables and in the wall bus cable all add to the total length of the bus.
Extending the RQ BUS
RQ BUS can support up to 99 blind motors in a single installation. The 99 motor count must be strictly adhered
to. When working with larger RQ systems that demand more than 99 blinds, the use of RQ Extenders is required.
It is also possible to spilt the Bus into smaller segments by using additional RQ bridge devices.
Data Cable Terminations
The Data BUS cable must be terminated in a straight through manner. This means that on both ends of the
cable, each individual conductor must line up pin-to-pin on the other side. When it is necessary to make your
own terminations on cables in an installation, use the following pin-out on both sides of the cable. With sixconductor flat cable see Fig 1, for cat5 see Fig 2.
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Fig. 1 - 6P6C with Flat Cable
Fig. 2 - CAT5/5E
RJ-12
RJ-12
- 6P6C with Flat Cable
Fig. 5 - 6P6C withFig.
Flat5 Cable
6 - 6P6C with CAT5/5e
Fig. 6 - 6P6C withFig.
CAT5/5e
Fig. 3 - 6P6C with CAT5/5E
PIN
1
2
3
4
5
6
FUNCTION
PIN
FLAT CABLE COLOR
Cat5 COLOR
CABLE
RQ DATA FLAT CABLE FLAT
WHITE
BLUE
PIN
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
Cat5 COLOR Cat5 COLOR
COLOR
COMMON COLOR
BLACK
ORANGE-WHITE
1
+5VDCRQ DATA
RQ1DATA
WHITE
2
2
COMMON
COMMON
BLACK
3
3 +12VDC+5VDCRED
+5VDC
RED
WHITE BLUE
BLUE ORANGE
RQ DATA
GREEN
GREEN-WHITE
RP DATA
YELLOW
GREEN
4
RQ4DATA
RQ DATA
GREEN
6
6
+12VDC
+12VDC
BLUE
BLACK
ORANGE-WHITE
ORANGE-WHITE
REDORANGE
BLUE
ORANGEBROWN-WHITE
GREEN
GREEN-WHITE
GREEN-WHITE
Terminating the CAT5/5e cables in the above sequence allows for optimum data transfer and less interference on
the Data BUS. Note
BROWN wires
do notGREEN
connect to anything.
5DATA
RPand
DATA
YELLOW
GREEN
5 that theRPBLUE-WHITE
YELLOW
BLUE
BROWN-WHITE
BROWN-WHITE
Note: The recommended cable pinout for CAT5/5e above is not the standard used for data terminations, and
has been optimised for use with the RQ Bus.
Continuity and polarity tests are all that are necessary using standard CAT5/5e testing tools.
CAT5/5e
the above
sequence
allows for
optimum
and less
Terminating Terminating
the CAT5/5e the
cables
in thecables
above in
sequence
allows
for optimum
data
transferdata
and transfer
less
on the
Data
BUS.
that the BLUE-WHITE
BROWN
do to
not connect to
interference interference
on the Data BUS.
Note
that
theNote
BLUE-WHITE
and BROWN and
wires
do notwires
connect
anything. anything.
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HDQ Motor Wiring and Programming Guide
HDQ Series Motors
HDQ Series motors are manufactured as intelligent motors with RQ functionality imbedded into each motor head.
To keep side gaps to a minimum, the Q-Series motors have been designed with a slim profile and a specialised
connector for a single motor BUS cable connector. One HDQ motor is connected to a BUS port on the splitter,
additional HDQ blind motors must be connected to the AUX port. Only one HDQ Motor may be connected to the
BUS port on any one splitter at one time. Additional splitters may also be daisy-chained by connecting between
the BUS and AUX port between two splitters
See Fig. 4 for wiring detail:
HDQ
HDQ
Motor
BUS
Cable
BUS
Motor
BUS
Cable
BUS
AUX
AUX
To Next Splitter or HDQ
Blind Motor
To next SP 1E3Q in series
To any ESI Input device or AUX
Only one HDQ motor per BUS port
on each splitter. Additional motors
connect to AUX.
To next
AUX
port.
on nextsplitter
splitter in
network
Never
NEVERconnect
connecttotoanother
another Q
motor
HDQ BlindSeries
Motor
In order to minimise the Length of the RQ Bus to less than 304 metres, groups of blind motors should be
connected via splitters and those splitters connected back to additional splitters. The diagram in figure 5 over
the page shows how an RQ network can be created.
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Wiringand
and
Programming
HDQ Motor
Motor Wiring
Programming
GuideGuide
See
Layout:
SeeFig.
Fig.85for
for RQ
RQ Network
Network Layout:
ROOM 1
ROOM 2
HDQ Blind 1
3 Motor Splitter
HDQ Blind 2
HDQ Blind 2
HDQ Blind 1
HDQ Blind 3
HDQ Blind 3
RJ12
Wall Port
RJ12
Wall Port
RS232 Adapter 34.041.000
To
Automation
System
CAT 5 DATA CABLE
RQ Bridge
34.036.000
To Optional
Input
Devices
5 Motor Splitter
34.072.000
HDQ Blind 1
HDQ Blind 3
HDQ Blind 3
ROOM 3
Orange Orange
Green
Green
Blue
Blue
6
6
RJ12
Wall Port
RJ12
Wall Port
HDQ Blind 2
HDQ Blind 2
HDQ Blind 1
REFER TO CABLE PINOUT ON
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Motor BUS Cables Motor BUS
Motor
BUSCables
Cables
Motor
BUS Cables
Bus Cable
Bus Cable
Cable
Bus
CA+5/5e
Bus
CableData cable
CA+5/5e Data cable
ROOM 4
1.8 Metre
30cm
1.8
Metre
30cm
3 Metre
330cm
Metre
30cm
34.027.000
34.028.000
34.027.000
34.020.000
34.040.000
34.039.000
34.040.000
34.039.000
HDQ Motor Wiring and Programming Guide
Addressing Motors in the RQ Bus
Each motor will be given a unique address during the factory configuration process. In a network of motors, the
first blind motor will be labelled 100, the second HDQ motor will be 101, then 102, 103, 104 and so on, up to
a possible 199. If an address has not been programmed in the factory, a random address will be generated
between CØØ and ZZZ.
The HDQ motor address will be indicated on a label attached to the bottom bar of the blind. The integrator or
Automation specialist will need to know the unique address assigned to each blind in order to address it correctly
from the automation system.
Communicating with the RQ System
The RS232 (34.041.000) connector coming from the RS232 port of the RQBRIDGE device (part 32.036.000)
must be attached to the RS232 port of the Automation system.
The following settings are required from the Automation system
Port Speed = 9600
Data Bits =8
Stop Bits =1
Hardware flow control = off
Xon / Xoff flow control = on
Blind Commands
The RQ bus is bi-directional in communication, which means each blind will advertise its movement and current
position to the Automation system. The following commands can be used to control the blind.
The serial command contains the following variables.
!101o;
! “Header” Signifies to the RQ bridge that a new message is being issued
XXX Device Address this message is being sent to
O, c, s, m Action call message
; Terminator signifies to the RQ bridge that the message being sent is complete and should processed
Examples:
Command
!101o;
!101c;
!101m25;
!101m75;
!101s;
!000o;
!101o;!102o;!103o;
Action
Blind 101 Open
Blind 101 Close
Blind 101 Move to 25% closed
Blind 101 Move to 75% closed
Blind 101 Stop
ALL BLINDS Open
Blind 101, 102, 103 Open
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URemote Configuration
When configuring HDQ motors for use in an uRemote system, pre programmed commands are available in the
Device Library of uRemote under the System called ESI 100-199.
tor Specifications
Fig.6 HDQ Motor Specifications
6 Pin Motor BUS Cable (34.027.000)-1.8m
(34.028.000)-30cm
3 Pin Power Cable (Supplied With Motor)
(34.058.000)
3 Pin Zero Voltage Connector (34.029.000)
Button 1 Operates The Blind CCW
Button 2 Used To Set/Clear Motor Options
Button 3 Operates The Blind CW
Setting HDQ Motor Limits
When power is first applied to the motor from the factory it is in “Set CCW limit mode.” This mode is identified by
a flashing RED LED on Button 1.
1. Press either Button 1 (CCW motion) or Button 2 (CW motion), to operate the motor to the desired CCW limit.
2. Once the desired CCW limit position has been reached, press & hold the Center Button first and then also
press & hold Button 1 (flashing RED) until the RED LED turns off and the YELLOW LED lights solid (approx. 2
seconds) then immediately release both buttons to set the CCW limit.
3. The YELLOW LED lights solid for three seconds to acknowledge the “Set CCW limit to here” operation, and
then the motor goes into “Set CW limit mode” and the GREEN LED on Button 2 will be flashing.
4. Press either Button 1 or Button 2, to operate the motor to the desired CW limit.
5. Once the desired CW limit position has been reached, press & hold the Center Button first and then also press
& hold Button 2 (flashing GREEN) until the GREEN LED turns off and the YELLOW LED lights solid (approx. 2
seconds) then immediately release both buttons to set the CW limit.
6. The YELLOW LED lights solid for three seconds and then extinguishes, to acknowledge the “Set CW limit to
here” operation.
7. Both motor limits are set and all are extinguished.
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Clear Both Limits:
1. Press & hold the Center Button until the YELLOW LED lights solid (approx. 10 seconds) then release the
Center Button.
2. The LED in Button 1 will be flashing RED, see "Setting Motor Limits" above.
Clear CCW Motor Limit:
1. Press & hold the Center Button first and then also press & hold Button 1 until the YELLOW LED lights (approx.
2 seconds) and then extinguishes (approx. 3 seconds later) then release both buttons.
2. The LED in Button 1 will be flashing RED, see "Setting Motor Limits" above.
Clear CW Motor Limit:
1. Press & hold the Center Button first and then also press & hold Button 2 until the YELLOW LED lights (approx.
2 seconds) and then extinguishes (approx. 3 seconds later) then release both buttons
2. The LED in Button 2 will be flashing GREEN, see "Setting Motor Limits" above.
Adjusting either Motor Limit:
1. Press either Button 1 (CCW motion) or Button 2 (CW motion), to operate the motor to the desired position.
2. Once the desired limit position has been reached, press & hold the Center Button first and then also press &
hold the appropriate button, Button 1 (CCW limit) or Button 2 (CW limit), until the YELLOW LED lights (approx.
2 seconds) then immediately release both buttons to set the corresponding motor limit.
Toggle Motor Direction:
1. Simultaneously press & hold both Button 1 (CCW) and Button 2 (CW), until both the RED and GREEN LEDs
light (approx. 5 seconds) then release both buttons.
2. If motor direction is such that open command is CW, then the LEDs will blink RED then GREEN. If motor direction is such that open command is CCW, then the LEDs will blink GREEN then RED.
3 Pin Zero Voltage Connector - (34.029.000)
It is possible to control the HDQ motor via the inbuild 3 pin zero voltage (dry contact) connector available on
the motor head by connecting the optional switch cable (34.029.000). The blind can be sent an open or close
command by momentarily latching the open and common, or the close and common pins. Subsequently latching
in either direction while the blind is moving will signal a stop command. Optionally latching the open and close
will give a discrete stop command.
The zero voltage connector can be used by Automation systems to offer additional control, or can allow the blind
to be controlled by a simple 3 position switch. (SPDT) such as wall switch part number (34.059.000)
6 Pin RQ Motor Bus Cable - (34.028.000-30cm) or (34.027.000 -1.8m)
The 6 pin connector on the side of the motor head is the input required for using the HDQ motor in an RQ BUS
installation.
The Motor BUS cable is connected to the motor head, and then connected to a splitter for use in Automation
networks, or uRemote systems.
When inserting the connector into the motor, do not use a metal tool to push the connector into the socket.
NB: ONLY connect the Motor Bus and Zero Voltage cable after power cable is connected. Likewise disconnect
first before removing power cable.
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M40Q 115VAC and 230VAC Series Motor P5
and M50Q 115VAC and 230VAC Series Motor P5
HDQ Motor Wiring and Programming Guide
RQ Command Summary
Additional Terms or Abbreviations used in this document
Additional supported commands on the RQ Bus
Addr ==RQ
CAPS
= all =
upper
case letters;
= ascene
defined
for one
or more
controls;
optional 16
Addr
RQAddress;
Address;
CAPS
all upper
case scene
letters;
=position
a defined
position
formotor
one or
more name
motor= controls;
character description of motor control; Parameter = a variable corresponding to motor control features; options = subsets of
name
= optional 16 character description of motor control; Parameter = a variable corresponding to motor conparameters
Table
of Downlink
trol
features;
optionsCommands
= subsets of parameters
Command Character and
Description
@
Re-address
!XXX@XXX;
~
Randomize address
!XXX~;
c
Close
d
Define a scene
!XXXdS%%;
!XXXdSNS;
!XXXd-;
d
Request scene setting
!XXXdS?;
g
Execute scene
!XXXgS;
m
Move to position
N
Assign a name
!XXXNn;
N
Request the name
!XXXN?;
o
Open
p
Set parameter
(lowercase ―p‖)
!XXXpPHH;
p
Request parameter
(lowercase ―p‖)
Request current
position
!XXXpP?;
r
1
2
Format
(XXX=Addr)
1
!XXXc;
1
!XXXm%%;
1
!XXXo;
!XXXr?;
1
s
Stop
v
Request version
!XXXs;
!XXXv?;
may cause an unsolicited message
means variable length message
Example
Downlink
Message
!XYZ@123;
# Characters after Command Character
[Description of Data]
3
characters (001 … ZZZ){0-9, A-Z CAPS only}
[responds with Acknowledge address change]
!XYZ~;
3
responds with randomized address in the range
C00 … ZZZ
[responds with Acknowledge address change]
!XYZc;
0
None [no response if limits are not set]
[no response if all the way closed, otherwise
responds with current position and direction,
unsolicited msg]
[later, unsolicited msg with final position]
!XYZdF56;
varies 2 S = Scene3, %%=00-99 (%)
!XYZdFNS;
S = Scene3,―NS‖ to not act on this scene
!XYZd–;
– (minus sign) to clear all scenes
[responds by reporting scene setting]
!XYZdF?;
2
S = Scene3, question mark
!000dF?;
[responds by reporting scene setting]
!000gF;
1
S = Scene3
or
[no response, motor movement will cause
!XYZgF;
unsolicited msg]
!XYZm86;
2
%% = 00-99 (%) = destination position 4
[responds with current position and direction,
unsolicited msg]
[later, unsolicited msg with final position]
[responds with E msg for errors]
!XYZNKitch1;
varies 2 n=Up to 16 ASCII printable characters 5
(no ―;‖ or ―!‖ or ―?‖ throughout ‗name‘)
[responds with Report the name msg]
!XYZN?;
1
question mark
[responds with Report the name msg]
!XYZo;
0
None
[no response if limits are not set]
[no response if all the way open, otherwise
responds with current position and direction,
unsolicited msg]
[later, unsolicited msg with final position]
!XYZpM02;
varies 2 P = parameter character (M, R or T), then
{Reverse motor
parameter options data 6
direction}
HH = Parameter Options data
[responds with Report Parameter msg]
!XXXpT?;
2
P = parameter character, then question mark 6
[responds with Report parameter msg]
!000r?;
1
question mark
or
[responds with Report current position msg]
!XYZr?;
[responds with E command if errors]
!000s;
0
None [no response if limits are not set]
or
[no response, motor movement will cause
!XYZs;
unsolicited msg]
!XYZv?;
1
question mark ‗?‘ to request
115VAC and 230VAC
Series
Motor
[responds
with Report
versionP5
msg]
M40Q
and M50Q 115VAC and 230VAC Series Motor P5
RQ Command Summary
3
means scene character 0-9, A-Z, a-z
means2010
at reference
means atElectronic
limit away
from reference
(closed)
300
February
Rev. A (default = open), 99
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Inc.
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A-Z, a-z, 0-9, @, #, $, %, ^, &, *, …et al: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ascii#ASCII_printable_characters
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see Setting Parameters for available options and appropriate data
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Table of Uplink Messages
10
<
>
Command Character and
Description
Moving towards 00
Moving towards 99
1
1
Format
(XXX=Addr)
!XXX<%%;
!XXX>%%;
Example
Uplink
Message
!XYZ<74;
!XYZ>28;
# Characters after Command Character
[Description of Data]
2
2
%% = 00-99 as current position in %
%% = 00-99 as current position in %
!M34r?;
!M34r76;
Request M34 position, M34 responds 76% and not moving
!M34<36;
M34 is at 36% and moving toward reference (alt. possible response)
!M34Enc;
limits are not set.
M40Q M34
115VAC
and 230VAC Series Motor P5
!M15>18;
M15 move to 62%, responds at 18% moving away from reference
and
M50Q
115VAC
and 230VACHDQ
Series
MotorMotor
WiringP5
and Programming Guide
!M15r62;
Later, Responds at 62% when finished
moving
RQunknown
Command
Summary
!M15Enc;
Position
due to Error,
limits are not set
!M15m62;
Corresponding Downlink Command and Uplink Message Examples
Global M40Q/M50Q Control Message Examples
Downlink Message
Uplink Message
Comments
Downlink Message !M11vGp5; Uplink Message
Comments
!M11v?;
Request to M11 for version, M40Q/M50Q response
w/ Gp5 (version P5)
!000v?;
… !BR1vB10;!M01vGp5;
All devices
respond
w/ version,
RQ Bridge
!M34r?;
!M34r76;
Request …
M34 position,
M34
responds
76% andincluding
not moving
!000r?;
… !M01r28; …
All devices show position
!M34<36;
M34 is at 36% and moving toward reference (alt. possible response)
!M15m62;
!M34Enc;
M34 limits are not set.
!M15>18;
M15 move to 62%, responds at 18% moving away from reference
Setting Parameters !M15r62;
!M15Enc;
Later, Responds at 62% when finished moving
Position unknown due to Error, limits are not set
A variety of special Parameters may be set that correspond to motor control features. It is important for the motor to
be stopped when setting parameters on the M40Q/M50Q.
Global M40Q/M50Q Control Message Examples
The Parameter itself is one character followed by data characters, as appropriate. Each parameter defines the data
that follows,
any. All Options forUplink
a particular
since the corresponding
DownlinkifMessage
Messageparameter must be considered at once,
Comments
characters
will turn on/off various
Options without …regard
for their
previous
values.including RQ Bridge
!000v?;
… !BR1vB10;!M01vGp5;
All devices
respond
w/ version,
!000r?;
… !M01r28;
All followed
devices show
position
by the
Parameter Character then the corresponding
All
parameter commands require
p after…the RQ address,
Parameter Character Options.
Travel Time Parameter Table
Setting Parameters
Example
Parameter Character and
Example
Downlink
Description of Data
A variety of Description
special Parameters may be set that correspond
motor control features. It is important for the motor to
Uplink to
Message
Message
be stopped when setting parameters on the M40Q/M50Q.
T
Request M40Q/M50Q Travel
!XYZpT?;
!XYZpT016;
―T‖ for Time, question mark
The Parameter
itself is one character followed by data characters, as appropriate.
parameter
theindata
[responds withEach
Report
M40Q/M50Qdefines
Travel Time
Time
seconds]at once, since the corresponding
that follows, if any. All Options for a particular parameter must be considered
T
Reportwill
M40Q/M50Q
Travel
!XYZpT?;
!XYZpT016;
Travel
time in seconds
characters
turn on/off
various Options
without regard
for their previous
values.
Time
If travel time is not known, an ―Enc‖ error
Parameter Character then the corresponding
All parameter commands require p after the RQ address, followed by the
message is reported
Parameter
Character
Options.
T
Calibrate M40Q/M50Q Travel
!XYZpTC;
―C‖ = Calibrate, however the M40Q/M50Q does
Time
Travel Time Parameter Table
Parameter Character and
or
!000pTC;
Example
Downlink
Control Option Parameter
Table
Reset Embedded
Description
Message
T
T
R
T
Request M40Q/M50Q Travel
Parameter
Character and
Time
Description
Report M40Q/M50Q Travel
Reset
Time M40Q/M50Q to factory
default
Calibrate M40Q/M50Q Travel
Time
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Rev. A
!XYZpT?;
Example
Downlink
Message
!XYZpT?;
!XYZpRD;
not perform calibration [responds with Report
M40Q/M50Q Travel Time in seconds]
Example
Uplink Message
!XYZpT016;
Example
Uplink Message
!XYZpT016;
n/a
!XYZpTC;
or
!000pTC;
Description of Data
―T‖ for Time, question mark
[responds with Report M40Q/M50Q Travel Time in
Description of Data
seconds]
Travel time in seconds
= Default.
Resets
all RQ
RPerror
programming
If―D‖
travel
time is not
known,
anand
―Enc‖
to factoryisdefault,
message
reportedexcept RP main channel and RQ
address
and RQ however
name. This
also clear does
all RQ
―C‖
= Calibrate,
thewill
M40Q/M50Q
scenes,
but calibration
will NOT clear
either motor
limit.
not
perform
[responds
with Report
M40Q/M50Q Travel Time in seconds]
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Reset Embedded Control Option Parameter Table
Parameter Character and
Description
R
Reset M40Q/M50Q to factory
default
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Rev. A
Example
Downlink
Message
Example
Uplink Message
!XYZpRD;
n/a
Description of Data
―D‖ = Default. Resets all RQ and RP programming
to factory default, except RP main channel and RQ
address and RQ name. This will also clear all RQ
scenes, but will NOT clear either motor limit.
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M40Q 115VAC and 230VAC Series Motor P5
and M50Q 115VAC and 230VAC Series Motor P5
RQ Command Summary
means
scene Wiring
characterand
0-9,Programming
A-Z, a-z
HDQ
Motor
Guide
4
3
00 means at reference (default = open), 99 means at limit away from reference (closed)
A-Z, a-z, 0-9, @, #, $, %, ^, &, *, …et al: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ascii#ASCII_printable_characters
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seecommands
Setting Parameters
options
andback
appropriate
dataRQ bus from the HDQ motor. These
The
below for
areavailable
messages
sent
along the
5
uplink messages
can be used to report on motor position, and enable the use of systems supporting bi-directional feedback to
Table ofreport
Uplink
Messages
visually
blind
movement in real time.
Command Character and
Description
d
Moving towards 00 1
Moving towards 99 1
Acknowledge address
change
Report scene setting
E
Error
<
>
A
1
Format
(XXX=Addr)
Example
Uplink
Message
!XXX<%%;
!XXX>%%;
!XXXAXXX;
!XYZ<74;
!XYZ>28;
!XYZA123;
2
2
3
!XXXdS%%;
!XXXdSNS;
!XXXEee;
!XYZdF56;
!XYZdFNS;
3
N
Report the name
!XXXNn;
p
Report parameter
(lowercase ―p‖)
!XXXpPHHH;
2
!XYZEbz;
!XYZEnc;
!XYZEml;
!XYZNKitch1;
r
Report current
position
U
Undefined / bad
message
Report version
!XXXU;
!XXXvGVV;
!XYZvGp5;
Report status of Manual
Inputs 1
!XXXx¢$;
v
x
!XXXr%%;
!XYZxdo;
!XYZxuc;
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
≤16
3 or 4
!XXXpT018;
!XXXpM01;
!XYZr00;…
!XYZr47;
!XYZ>23;
!XYZ<69;
!XYZU;
1
# Characters after Command Character
[Description of Data]
2
0
3
4
%% = 00-99 as current position in %
%% = 00-99 as current position in %
XXX= characters (001 … ZZZ)
{0-9, A-Z CAPS only}
S = Scene 2, %%=00-99 (%)
S = Scene 2, ―NS‖ not in scene
Characters (ee) describing error
bz = busy
nc = limits are not set
ml = message lost (uplink or downlink)
n=Up to 16 ASCII printable characters 3
(no ―;‖ or ―!‖ or ―?‖ throughout ‗name‘)
P = parameter character, then appropriate data
HHH = options for parameter character (2 or 3
characters accordingly)
parameter Travel time is 18 seconds
parameter Momentary Motor Action is enabled
%% = 00-99 (%) at current position 6
not moving, at 47%
increasing from 23%
decreasing from 69%
None
5
―G‖ + 2 characters of version (p5 = version P5)
VV=version
¢ = Manual Input contact either down or up 7,
$ = o for open or c for close
down contact is open
up contact is closed
may be an unsolicited message
means scene character 0-9, A-Z, a-z
A-Z, a-z, 0-9, @, #, $, %, ^, &, *, …et al: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ascii#ASCII_printable_characters
means variable length message
see Setting Parameters for available options and appropriate data
00 means at reference (default = open), 99 means at limit away from reference (closed)
Manual inputs are noted as u (up or open) common and d (down or close); must be enabled via RP commands.
3 February 2010
Rev. A
©2007-10, Electronic Solutions, Inc.
Copyright 2012 Hunter Douglas Limited [ABN 98 009 675 709]
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