MyHOME - Legrand

MyHOME - Legrand
MyHOME
automation
Scenario programmer
MH200N
Description
This device can be used to manage up to 300 simple and advanced scenarios.
Thanks to the scenario programmer, the MY HOME system can perform certain actions,
not only following a command from the user, but also when external events occur, such
as the opening of a door, or a signal generated by light or temperature sensors.
The execution of an advanced scenario based on a set time and date, or the arming/
disarming of the burglar alarm system, may initiate, for example, the simulation of a
presence inside the home, by automatically activating the rolling shutters or the lights
at certain preset times, when no one is in fact at home.
The scenarios are programmed on the device using the TiMH200N software that can be
found in the CD supplied. The installation of the scenario programmer, item MH200N
only requires the connection to the power supply and to the MY HOME automation BUS.
Thanks to the possibility of connection to the Ethernet network, the device is also
suitable for advanced applications, like:
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Front view
- Use as SCS/LAN Gateway device for:
- Managing or configuring the MY HOME system with the MHVisual program and
Virtual Configurator respectively, installed on PCs connected to the network;
- Displaying the status of a scenario through web pages (enabled/disabled);
- Managing new functions relating to the 4 zone temperature control system and
current sound system and automation devices (new F503 amplifier, 100 level
dimmer, lighting sensor);
- Managing the burglar alarm system (arming and disarming) based on events.
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Related items
Power supply 27 Vdc 346020
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Technical data
Power supply: Power supply from SCS BUS: Max. absorption: Operating temperature:
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27 Vdc
18-27 Vdc
200 mA
5 – 40 °C
Dimensional data
Legend
6 DIN modules
1. Connection to the PC serial port
2. Reset key
3. Status LED
4. Power supply (Item 346020)
5. BUS
6. Ethernet network RJ45 connector
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MyHOME
automation
Scenario programmer
MH200N
Configuration
Personal Computer
with TIMH200N software
For the configuration of the device the TiMH200N program must be used, for creating
scenarios (actuation of light points, rolling shutters, etc.) of different degrees of
complexity, based on time events or events detected on the system (alarms, pushbuttons
pressed, etc.). If the scenario is activated by a control device (configured with M=CEN), it
will be possible to associate the corresponding key to the scenario itself.
The scenarios are grouped in a collection directly saved in the project.
The collection enables saving several scenarios, with only the required ones being
activated.
The project created must then be transferred (downloaded) to the scenario programmer.
This is done by connecting the device to the PC using a crossover type Ethernet cable (see
figure). In alternative, it is also possible to update MH200N remotely. To do this, both
the IP address and the OPEN password must be known (see manual found inside the CD
supplied with the device).
In the same way, it is possible to upload the files from the device to check the saved
configuration. The TiMH200 program also enables updating the unit permanent base
MH200 software, by downloading any new versions published on the Bticino website
(Update Firmware).
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CEN operating mode
This special mode is used for managing MH200N scenario programmers, by manually
activating the control device or the MY HOME automation range set by connecting the
CEN configurator in M.
The association between the key (upper or lower) of the control device and the scenario
to be activated, is obtained using the MiMH200N software. For example, it is possible to
activate two independent scenarios using the special H/L4651M2, AM5831M2 control,
using the T1 (upper) and T2 (lower) pushbuttons. For the correspondence between the
control keys and the scenarios to activate see the table below.
In addition to the listed devices, the CEN operating mode may be managed using the
Touch Screen, item H/L4864 and item AM5864, the Multimedia Touch Screen, item
HC/HS4690, the Multimedia Interface, item 3465, the Web Server, item F453AV, and a
Personal Computer with the MHVisual supervision software installed.
MH200N scenario
programmer
NOTE: The control devices configured with M=CEN mode can be connected to any point
of the system; The address specified in the A and PL positions must be different from the
addresses assigned to the actuators.
Type of control
H/L4651M2 and AMS831M2 special control
Configuration Identification of scenario activation keys
T1
A=0-9; PL=0-9; M=CEN; LIV1/AUX=-; LIV2=-; SPE=-;I=-
T2
Basic control for 2 independent loads, H/L4652 and
AM5832/2
T1
A=0-9; PL1=0-9; M1=CEN; A2=-; PL2=-; M2=-
T2
A=0-9; PL1=0-9; M1=CEN; A2=-; PL2=-; M2=CEN
T2
T1
T4
T3
Basic control for 3 independent loads, H/L4652 and
AM5832/2
A=0-9; PL=0-9; M=CEN; LIV1/AUX=-; LIV2=-; SPE=-;I=-
T2
T3
T1
T6
T3
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MyHOME
automation
Scenario programmer
MH200N
Assembly, installation
Configuration
Install the wiring in an ordered way.
Note: connect the E46ADCN power supply of the automation system and the 346020
power supply of the Scenario Programmer to a standard double-pole switch.
230 Vac
PRI
346020
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
175 – 165 mA
47/63 Hz
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
OK
PRI
346020
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
175 – 165 mA
47/63 Hz
E46ADCN
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
NO
Automation BUS
Do not place devices that may generate electromagnetic interferences near
the Scenario Programmer.
346020
PRI
NO
NO
346020
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
175 – 165 mA
47/63 Hz
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
T
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