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2017 CATALOGUE
Digital modules for the automation of the electrical system
RESIDENTIAL & TERTIARY
Automation / Lighting / Window shutters / Centralisation / Radio System
Yokis: the ally for your electrical system.
Yokis is a complete range of digital modules, composed of transmitters, receivers and remote controls able
to create simple home automation systems that allow to use multiple controls for centralised management of
shutters, lights and automatic systems with no control units.
Yokis is available in wired, radio and hybrid version, depending on the system requirements and the application
field, and is able to manage a number of programmes and functions. In fact, there is a wide range of solutions
available for lighting and automation: controls, dimmers, centralisation, timing, scenarios, signalling systems,
night saving modules.
In 2017, Yokis catalogue is completed with the new Yokis Pro application, allowing to create, programme the
electric systems, at the installation site or in laboratory, by using a tablet and the Yokey communication USB
key. Also for the end user, Yokis created Yno, the app to control and activate the automated system of your
home.
Yokis modules stand out for ease of wiring and installation, as well as for maximum flexibility and easy
programming, that significantly reduce time and cost of professional installers, positioning as benchmark
especially for refurbishment market.
For this purpose, Yokis modules - essential and characterised by a great versatility of use - represent a key
element to reduce set-up time of the electric system, allowing the management of different interconnected
solutions, thanks to a latest generation microprocessor. A single module includes multiple functionalities and
therefore can be the right solution for different system issues.
Multiple advantages for the end users, in a click: Yokis combines easy building automation functions with
smart applications that increase home comfort, such as the creation of light-shutter scenarios, the presence
simulation at home or the activation of a children’s room night light.
Finally, the after-sales service provided by Urmet is a further benefit of these systems, that aim at the full
satisfaction of the final user, through a total integration of the electric system with the other devices present in
the house, such as video door phones and intrusion alarm systems, ensuring the highest standards in terms of
comfort and security for people inhabiting it.
AN INTERNATIONAL
NETWORK
Yokis products are distributed
by Urmet sales network,
ensuring a widespread presence
throughout the territory.
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10 advantages of
working with Yokis
6
Products range
8
Toggle relays and timed relays
8
Staircase lights timer
10
Dimmers and timed dimmers
12
Smart multifunctional dimmer
14
Night saving
16
Flashing light
16
Window shutter module
18
Radio transmitters
20
Wired and radio kits
22
Pilot wire centralisation
24
Radio centralisation
26
For professionals
30
For end users
31
Technical manual
33
500 W range modules without neutral wire
34
2000 W range modules with neutral wire
38
Night saving - 2000 W range
41
Radio: Relay with optional timed operation
2000 W range
42
Radio: Dimmer with optional timed operation 500 W range
with neutral wire
44
Window shutter module
47
Radio: Window shutter module
53
Radio: Window shutter module
55
Radio: Transmitters
56
Radio Quick Installation Guide
57
Module function table
70
Compatible load table
71
Urmet and Yokis. Smart home solutions
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CONTENTS
Page
WIRED MODULES ITEM NUMBER TABLE
WIRED MODULES
Description
ACCESSORIES
Model
Item no.
Page
500 W WITHOUT NEUTRAL WIRE
FLUSH-MOUNTED VERSION
Electronic toggle relay
MTR500E
5454050
9/34
Timed relay
MTT500E
5454054
9/34
Flashing light
MTC500E
5454056
17/34
Dimmer
MTV500E
5454052
13/34
Timed dimmer
MTVT500E
5454055
13/34
Staircase lights timer
MTM500E
5454051
11/34
Smart multifunctional dimmer
MTK500E
5454053
15/34
Electronic toggle relay
MTR500M
5454060
9/34
Flush-mounted timed relay
MTT500M
5454064
9/34
Dimmer
MTV500M
5454062
13/34
Timed dimmer
MTVT500M
5454065
13/34
Staircase lights timer
MTM500M
5454061
11/34
DIN RAIL VERSION
Description
Item no.
Cod. Art.
Converter for permanent contact
Window shutter modules (MVR500E)
CVI34
5454806
Centralisation of 500 Range Modules
CVI50
5454805
Converter for permanent contact
2000 Range Modules
CVR12
5454807
Package of no. 5 double pushbutton interfaces
R12M
5454073
Package of no. 5 diodes for centralisation
D600V
5454072
Overvoltage filter - 230V~
FDVDT
5454075
Package of no. 10 pushbutton adhesives
A2F
5454079
Package of no. 5 electronic coil for pushbutton
with indicator lamp
Package of no. 5 resistive loads for CFL or LED
lamps
Package of no. 5 pushbutton anti-jam accessories for MTM2000
BV40
5454071
CHR3W
5454070
R1500
5454074
Low-voltage adapter - 12-48V AC or DC
ADBT
5454076
Relay with coil 230V~ NO contact 230V / 0.1A
REL1C
5454081
WIRED KITS
2000W WITH NEUTRAL WIRE
Description
FLUSH-MOUNTED VERSION
5-shutter wired kit
Toggle relay
MTR2000E
5454350
9/38
Staircase lights timer
MTM2000E
5454351
11/38
Night saving
MEP2000E
5454356
17/41
Toggle relay
MTR2000M
5454360
9/38
Staircase lights timer
MTM2000M
5454361
11/38
5454090
19/47
Model
Item no.
Page
5454554
DIN RAIL VERSION
500W WINDOW SHUTTER MODULES
FLUSH-MOUNTED VERSION
Window shutter module
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RADIO MODULES ITEM NUMBER TABLE
RADIO MODULES
Description
Model
Item no.
Page
RADIO: TRANSMITTERS
NEW
RADIO NEW PRODUCTS
Description
Model
Antenna with USB interface
that exploits Yokis Radio Bus
and, through
Item no.
Page
YOKEY
5454491
21/30
Yokis Hub and Smart Bus
programming kit (including
one 10'' tablet + YOKEY)
KITYPRO
5454497
23/30/31
YOKIS Hub
YOKISHUB
5454495
21/31/32
2-channel transmitter for
pushbuttons
E2BPP
5454413
21/56
2-channel transmitter for
pushbuttons with external
aerial
E2BPPX
5454414
21/56
4-channel transmitter for
pushbuttons
E4BPP
5454427
21/56
4-channel transmitter for
pushbuttons with external
aerial
E4BPPX
5454428
21/56
4-pushbutton remote control
TLC4CP
5454425
21/56
8-pushbutton remote control
TLC8CP
5454423
21/56
8-pushbutton flat remote
control
GALET8TP
5454424
21/56
Description
Item no.
8-pushbutton deluxe remote
control - wood finish
GALETBOISP
5454426
21/56
External aerial 60cm extension
RAL60
5454083
Wall-mounted 1-pushbutton
remote control
TLM1T45
5454417
21/56
External aerial 2 m extension
RAL200
5454084
Wall-mounted 2-pushbutton
remote control
TLM2T45
5454419
21/56
Aerial support, horizontal or vertical mounting
SUP01
5454085
Wall-mounted 4-pushbutton
remote control
5454421
21/56
SUPPORT
TLC
5454082
TLM4T45
Pack of no. 4 supports for TLC2C / TLC8C
remote controls
MTR2000ERP
5454462
9/11/27/42
MTR2000ERPX
5454463
9/11/42
Description
Model
MTR2000MRP
5454464
9/11/27/42
Dimmer kit with diverter
KITRADIOVV
5454521
23/43
Relay with optional timed
operation 2000 W with
external aerial
MTR2000MRPX
5454465
9/11/42
Dimmer kit
KITRADIOVARVV 5454523
23/46
Window shutter module
MVR500ERP
5454467
19/27/53
Window shutter kit
KITRADIOVR
Window shutter module with
external aerial
MVR500ERPX
5454468
19/53
Window shutter module
MVR500MRP
5454469
19/27/53
Window shutter module with
external aerial
MVR500MRPX
5454470
19/53
Dimmer with optional timed
operation 500 W with neutral
MTV500ER
5454454
13/27/44
NEW
NEW
NEW
ACCESSORIES FOR RADIO RANGE
Item no.
RADIO: RECEIVERS
Relay with optional timed
operation 2000 W
Relay with optional timed
operation 2000 W with
external aerial
Relay with optional timed
operation 2000 W
NEW
NEW
RADIO KITS
Item no.
5-shutter radio power kit
Page
5454524
23
5454556
23
Functions and compatible loads > page 70-71
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ADVANTAGES
OF WORKING
WITH YOKIS
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SIMPLIFIED, EASIER TO
INSTALL SYSTEMS
• Simplified wiring
• No connections back to the electric panel (500 range)
• Simple scheduling and configurations:
- no tools required
- no intervention required on electric panel
- no computer or other interface required
N°7|
SIMPLIFIED
CENTRALISATION
• With pilot wire, all Yokis 500 W and 2000 W wired
modules can be centralised, regardless of their
function (toggle relay, dimmer, window shutter...). A
single centralised control is all you need.
• Radio modules MTR2000ER and MVR500ER can
also be centralised on pilot wire, and controlled
via radio.
• Radio systems enable the easy creation of controls
for every room or zone.
N°2|
OMPATIBLE WITH ALL WIRING
C
SYSTEMS FOR COMPLETE
FREEDOM OF CHOICE
• Yokis modules can be installed in flush-mounted
boxes (depth 40 or 50 mm) behind the
pushbuttons of any wiring system.
• Yokis systems allow keeping the installed wiring
system or upgrading to a more recent one,
depending on customer preferences.
N°8|
• Yokis modules can be controlled through
pushbuttons or switches (where provided). For
local control of window shutters modules and
for centralisation (where provided) of all types
of modules (light or shutter) it is possible to use
double pushbuttons of interlocked type, where
the 2 pushbuttons can be separately pressed
but do not remain pressed, or of not interlocked
type. 3-way switches (1-0-2) are not compatible.
N°3|
• Choose wired or radio solutions according to
system requirements.
• Yokis also offers combined receivers (MTR2000ER
and MVR500ER) that can be controlled by a wired
pushbutton and a radio transmitter.
N°4|
FLUSH-MOUNTED AND
DIN RAIL-MOUNTED
SOLUTIONS
N°5|
MADE IN FRANCE 5-YEAR WARRANTY
N°6|
• All products in the 500 and 2000 ranges are
available both in the flush-mounted version and
in the DIN rail-mounted version for electrical
panel.
• All products are designed and manufactured in
France.
YOKIS DIGITAL MODULE
PERFORMANCE
• All Yokis modules are electronic, and equipped
with a next-generation microprocessor, ensuring
powerful functionality and unique performance.
• This means they can easily adapt to any
configuration.
• the range of Yokis radio solutions has evolved,
and is now more functional and complete:
- new receivers
- new transmitters
• Complete control over home devices (lights,
window shutters, blinds, gates...) both indoor
and outdoor with networked receivers.
N°9|
WIRED AND RADIO
SOLUTIONS
A COMPLETE
RADIO SOLUTION
DEDICATED TOOLS FOR
PROFESSIONALS AND
END USERS
•
the instrument designed and
developed for Yokis installers. This instrument
allows creating and managing your radio
systems simply through your Android tablet.
• Transfer easily your system from Yokis Pro to
Yokis Hub to offer your customer the possibility
to control his/her home (lighting, shutters,
sun blinds, driveway gate, automations...) also
remotely, thanks to the connection of receivers
and through a transmitter or the free app n
N°10| SERVICES
• FOR PRE- AND AFTER SALES TECHNICAL
ASSISTANCE, contact
URMET S.p.A.
Via Bologna 188/C
10154 | TORINO (ITALY)
+39.011.24.00.000
Website: www.yokis.com
- Visit our website to find: our catalogues, system
diagrams, product instruction manuals and other
useful documentation.
With Yokis, a single item number is enough,
as it features many different functions!
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TOGGLE RELAYS AND TOGGLE TIMED RELAYS
> Light switching on, off and light timing
I would like to switch off all living
room lights with a single touch".
I would like all lights to switch
off even when I forget about
doing it".
The advantages
■■ Timing operation option: automatic switching off from 2 seconds to 4 hours, with advance switch-off function
available. Switch-off notification configurable by the installer (not available for MTR500).
■■ Allow switch-off before scheduled time.
■■ Toggle relays can be centralised and allow the creation of scenarios on several modules for a total switch on and off,
through pilot wire for wired modules and through the Radio Bus only for radio modules.
■■ Compatible with pushbuttons of all wiring systems.
■■ Silent, even when installed behind the pushbuttons.
■■ Compatible with existing wirings in which the pushbutton common is connected to neutral or phase (possible use
in 3-wire or 4-wire mode), with interrupted, deviated or inverted phase, through replacement of the controls with
simple pushbuttons.
■■ Modular: Yokis allows extending the initial installation to later times.
■■ They can be installed on the bottom of a flush-mounted box (depth 40 or 50 mm).
■■ Digital coil with protection system in case pushbutton is pressed for a prolonged amount of time.
■■ Increase light bulb replacement interval.
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500 W WITHOUT NEUTRAL WIRE | ELECTRONIC TOGGLE RELAY AND TIMED RELAY
FUNCTION
MTR MTT
500 500
Soft start / Soft stop
Pilot wire
centralisation
>> Can be centralised through pilot wire by CVI50
accessory (item no. 5454805).
TIMING FUNCTION
Timer from 2 seconds to
4 hours
Models
MTR500E
MTR500M
Timed version
MTT500E
MTT500M
Accessories
CVI50
Item number
5454050
5454060
5454054
5454064
>> Also works with pushbuttons equipped with light
indicator by adding a single BV40 accessory (item no.
5454071), 1 every 20 pushbuttons (max 40 mA).
Possible unlimited duration
>> Increases light bulb and pushbutton duration thanks to
the "Soft Start" function.
1-hour long duration
Warning with gradual
switch-off
>> 100% waterproof for outdoor installation
>> 100% silent thanks to its microprocessor-managed
electronics.
System diagrams and technical information >
page 34
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Configuration block
5454805
Good to know
>> “Soft start / soft stop" function: protection of bulb
filament, of retina and improved light perception by
the user (Note: increased effectiveness with dimmable
LEDs).
2000W WITH NEUTRAL WIRE | TOGGLE RELAY, OPTIONAL TIMED OPERATION
MTR
2000
FUNCTION
Pilot wire
centralisation
>> Thanks to its potential free contact, it can control
any device up to 2000W (e.g. light, exhaust fan,
irrigation...) requiring a dry contact.
TIMING FUNCTION
Timer from 2 seconds to
4 hours
>> Silent, even when installed behind the pushbuttons
(< 60db at a distance of 20 cm).
Possible unlimited duration
>> Can be centralised with a single pilot wire, through
accessory R12M.
12-hour long duration
Models
MTR2000E
MTR2000M
Accessories
R12M
D600V
ADBT
Item number
5454350
5454360
>> Optional timing operation.
Switch-off notification
Non funziona con pulsanti con spia luminosa. Per
questo scopo, utilizzare l'MTM2000 configurandolo
in modalità relè passo-passo.
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Configuration block
5454073
5454072
5454076
Good to know
System diagrams and technical information >
page 38
Daily scheduler
2000W RADIO | MULTIFUNCTION TOGGLE RELAY
Version with
external aerial
NEW
FUNCTION
MTR
2000
RADIO
Pilot wire centralisation
Radio bus centralisation
TIMING FUNCTION
Timer from 2 seconds to
4 hours
Models
MTR2000ERP
MTR2000ERPX
MTR2000MRP
MTR2000MRPX
Accessories
RAL60 (60 cm)
RAL2000 (200 cm)
SUP01
Item number
5454462
5454463
5454464
5454465
Possible unlimited duration
12-hour long duration
Switch-off notification
OTHER FUNCTIONS
5454083
5454084
5454085
Radio features
Range: - Inside a single room < 100
sq. m, 250 m in free field without
obstacles
Frequency: 2,4 GHz
Configuration block
Good to know
>> Optional timing operation.
>> Thanks to its combined wired and radio operation, it
can be controlled by a wired pushbutton and a radio
transmitter simultaneously.
>> Thanks to its potential free contact, it can control any
device up to 2000W (e.g. light, exhaust fan, irrigation,
gate, garage door, etc.) requiring a dry contact.
>> The only module of the range that can operate on
the contact in pulse mode (e.g. electric lock) and in
monostable mode (e.g. bell) through programming
on transmitters.
>> Can be operated by pushbutton or switch.
>> It can control another radio receiver, even to create
centralised and group controls, becoming a batteryless transmitter.
>> Silent, even when installed behind the pushbuttons
(< 60db at a distance of 20 cm).
System diagrams and
technical information >
page 42
>> Can be centralised with a single pilot wire, through
accessory R12M or Radio Bus.
Radio Installation
Quick Guide >
page 57
Warning! It cannot be connected to pushbuttons
equipped with light indicator.
>> Can be used as staircase light timer.
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STAIRCASE LIGHTS TIMER
> Staircase lighting or lighting circuit timing
Even if a button gets
stuck, the timer keeps
working".
I want to be warned
before lights go off".
The advantages
■■ Timing operation option: automatic switching off from 2 seconds to 4 hours. Switch-off notification configurable by
the installer. A double timer allows keeping the lights on for one hour, by pressing for 3 seconds. Configurable 12hour long duration. Lights can be switched off before the timer runs out (configurable by the installer).
■■ Compatible with pushbuttons of all wiring systems.
■■ Silent, even when installed behind the pushbuttons.
■■ Compatible with existing wirings in which the pushbutton common is connected to neutral or phase (possible use
in 3-wire or 4-wire mode), with interrupted, deviated or inverted phase, through replacement of the controls with
simple pushbuttons.
■■ Modular: Yokis allows extending the initial installation to later times.
■■ They can be installed on the bottom of a flush-mounted box (depth 40 or 50 mm).
■■ Digital coil with protection system in case pushbutton is pressed for a prolonged amount of time.
■■ Increase light bulb replacement interval.
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500W WITH NEUTRAL WIRE | STAIRCASE LIGHTS TIMER
MTM
500
FUNCTION
>> Progressive switch-off notification when the timer is
about to go off.
Soft start / Soft stop
Pilot wire centralisation
>> Also works with pushbuttons equipped with light
indicator by adding a single BV40 accessory (item no.
5454071), 1 every 20 pushbuttons (max 40 mA).
TIMING FUNCTION
Timer from 2 seconds to
4 hours
>> Can be centralised through pilot wire by CVI50
accessory (item no. 5454805).
Possible unlimited duration
Models
MTM500E
MTM500M
Accessories
BV40
Item number
5454051
5454061
>> “Soft start / soft stop" function: protection of bulb
filament, of retina and improved light perception by
the user (Note: increased effectiveness with dimmable
LEDs).
1-hour long duration
Switch-off notification
>> 100% waterproof for outdoor installation.
Warning with gradual
switch-off
5454071
System diagrams and technical
information > page 34
Good to know
>> 100% silent thanks to its microprocessor-managed
electronics.
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Configuration block
2000W WITH NEUTRAL WIRE | STAIRCASE LIGHTS TIMER
MTM
2000
TIMING FUNCTION
>> Switch-off notification when the timer is about to go
off.
Possible unlimited
>> Also works with pushbuttons equipped with light
indicator (without adding a BV40 accessory).
1-hour long duration
>> The anti-jam option ensures that the light will be
switched off even if a pushbutton gets jammed (by
adding the R1500 accessory).
Switch-off notification
>> Silent, even when installed behind the pushbuttons
(< 60db at a distance of 20 cm).
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Models
MTM2000E
MTM2000M
Accessories
R1500
Item number
5454351
5454361
Good to know
Timer from 2 seconds to
4 hours
Anti-jam function
Configuration block
System diagrams and technical information >
page 38
5454074
RADIO 2000W | TOGGLE RELAY MODULE CONFIGURED AS A TIMER
Version with
external aerial
Version with
external aerial
FUNCTION
MTR
2000
RADIO
Pilot wire centralisation
Radio bus centralisation
TIMING FUNCTION
NEW
Models
MTR2000ERP
MTR2000ERPX
MTR2000MRP
MTR2000MRPX
Accessories
RAL60 (60 cm)
RAL2000 (200 cm)
SUP01
Item number
5454462
5454463
5454464
5454465
5454083
5454084
5454085
Radio features
Range: - Inside a single room < 100
sq. m, 250 m in free field without
obstacles
Frequency: 2,4 GHz
Good to know
>> Can be configured in staircase lights timer mode: the
timed relay can be turned into a timer with 27 short
touches of the pushbutton.
>> Silent, even when installed behind the pushbuttons
(< 60db at a distance of 20 cm).
Timer from 2 seconds to
4 hours
>> Can be controlled by wired pushbutton and radio
transmitter simultaneously.
Possible unlimited duration
>> Can be centralised with a single pilot wire, through
accessory R12M.
12-hour long duration
Switch-off notification
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Configuration block
System diagrams and
technical information >
page 42
>> It can control another radio receiver, becoming a
battery-less transmitter.
>> Thanks to its potential free contact, it can control any
device requiring a dry contact.
>> Thanks to its combined wired and radio operation, it
can be controlled by a wired pushbutton and a radio
transmitter simultaneously.
>> It can be used as multifunction toggle relay.
Warning! It cannot be connected to pushbuttons
equipped with light indicator.
Radio Installation
Quick Guide >
page 57
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DIMMERS AND TIMED DIMMERS
> Adjust the brightness of one or more lights
I'd like to be able to
adjust the brightness
of my new dimmable
LED lights".
I'd like to create a
special atmosphere in
the living room for my
guests".
I don't want to replace
my cover plates".
The advantages
■■ Allow precise control of dimming, with possible light variation starting from only 3 W.
■■ Consumption is reduced according to brightness variation.
■■ Touch the pushbutton twice to restore 100% brightness.
■■ Compatible with dimmable capacitive, resistive and inductive loads up to 500W.
■■ Can be centralised: wired version through pilot wire by accessory CVI50 (item no. 5454805) and radio version
through Radio Bus.
■■ “Soft start / soft stop” function: filament and retina protection, improved light perception.
■■ Allow changing light brightness, creating a progressive lighting that avoids glare, in particular during the night.
■■ Compatible with pushbuttons of all wiring systems.
■■ Silent, even when installed behind the pushbuttons.
■■ Compatible with existing wirings in which the pushbutton common is connected to neutral or phase (possible use
in 3-wire or 4-wire mode), with interrupted, deviated or inverted phase, through replacement of the controls with
simple pushbuttons.
■■ Modular: Yokis allows extending the initial installation to later times.
■■ They can be installed on the bottom of a flush-mounted box (depth 40 or 50 mm).
■■ Digital coil with protection system in case pushbutton is pressed for a prolonged amount of time.
■■ Increase light bulb replacement interval.
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500W WITHOUT NEUTRAL WIRE | DIMMER AND TIMED DIMMER
FUNCTION
MTV MTVT
500 500
Pilot wire centralisation
>> Possible use in 3-wire or 4-wire mode, without neutral
wire, compatible with all commercially available
wiring systems.
Consumption reduced
based on light intensity
TIMING FUNCTION
>> Compatible with existing wiring: with pushbutton
common to neutral or to phase.
Timer from 2 seconds to
4 hours
>> 100% waterproof for outdoor installation.
>> Timing operation version (MTVT500) allow to set the
automatic switching off from 2 seconds to 4 hours,
with advance switch-off function available. Switch-off
notification configurable by the installer. A double
timer allows keeping the lights on for one hour (press
for 3 seconds).
Possible unlimited duration
Models
MTV500E
MTV500M
Timed version
MTVT500E
MTVT500M
Accessories
CHR3W
Item number
5454052
5454062
5454055
5454065
5454070
Good to know
>> Also works with pushbuttons equipped with light
indicator by adding a single BV40 accessory (item no.
5454071), 1 every 20 pushbuttons (max 40 mA).
Soft start / Soft stop
1-hour long duration
Warning with gradual
switch-off
DIMMER FUNCTION
>> Configurable 12-hour long duration. Lights can be
switched off before the timer runs out (configurable
by the installer).
Variation
Last switch-on memory
Preset memory
System diagrams and technical information >
page 34
Minimum brightness
configuration
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Configuration block
500W RADIO WITH NEUTRAL WIRE | DIMMER WITH OPTIONAL TIMED OPERATION
NEW
WITH WIRED PUSHBUTTON INPUT
+
CHILDREN’S ROOM
NIGHT LIGHT
FUNCTION
FUNCTION
Soft start / Soft stop
Radio bus centralisation
Consumption reduced
based on light intensity
Possible unlimited duration
Item number
5454454
Warning with gradual
switch-off
DIMMER FUNCTION
5454070
Radio features
Range: - Inside a single room < 100
sq. m, 50 m in free field without
obstacles
Frequency: 2,4 GHz
Good to know
>> Allows controls without power limits thanks to Yokis
Radio Bus.
>> MTV500 line, thanks to its combined wired and radio
operation, can be controlled by a wired pushbutton
and a radio transmitter simultaneously.
TIMING FUNCTION
Timer from 2 seconds to
4 hours
Models
MTV500ER
Accessories
CHR3W
MTV
500ER
System diagrams and technical information >
page 44
Radio Installation
Quick Guide > page 57
Variation
Last switch-on memory
Preset memory
Minimum brightness
configuration
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Configuration block
Children’s room
night light
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SMART MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIMMER
> Creation of light scenarios with simplified programming
I'd like to simulate my presence
even when I'm out".
My children are afraid of the
dark. I'd like a night light in
their room so that they can go to
sleep more easily".
I'd like to use
lighting to create a
special atmosphere
in my house".
The advantages
■■ Economical: consumption is reduced according to brightness variation. Helps you never forget the lights on again
thanks to 2-hour timing already set (option that can be excluded or changed).
■■ Can be installed on existing as well as new lighting circuits, regardless of the existing wiring.
■■ More comfort and atmosphere: allows changing ambient light brightness.
■■ Children’s room night light function: settle young children down to sleep easily and walk around the house at night
without switching the lights on.
■■ Simulate your presence when you are not at home, with a random switching on and off of lights throughout the
house.
■■ 100% waterproof for outdoor installation.
■■ Compatible with pushbuttons of all wiring systems.
■■ Silent, even when installed behind the pushbuttons.
■■ Compatible with existing wirings in which the pushbutton common is connected to neutral or phase (possible use
in 3-wire or 4-wire mode), with interrupted, deviated or inverted, through replacement of the controls with simple
pushbuttons.
■■ Modular: Yokis allows extending the initial installation in later times
■■ It can be installed on the bottom of a flush-mounted box (depth 40 or 50 mm).
■■ Digital coil with protection system in case pushbutton is pressed for a prolonged amount of time.
■■ Increases light bulb replacement interval.
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500W WITHOUT NEUTRAL WIRE | SMART MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIMMER
FUNCTION
MTK
500E
Soft start / Soft stop
Pilot wire centralisation
Consumption reduced
based on light intensity
TIMING FUNCTION
Models
MTK500E
Accessories
CHR3W
Item number
5454053
5454070
Good to know
>> Allows changing light brightness, creating a
progressive lighting that avoids glare, in particular
during the night.
>> Also works with pushbuttons equipped with light
indicator by adding a single BV40 accessory (item no.
5454071), 1 every 20 pushbuttons (max 40 mA).
Timer from 2 seconds to
4 hours
>> Digital coil with protection system in case pushbutton
is pressed for a prolonged amount of time.
Possible unlimited duration
>> Increases light bulb and pushbutton duration thanks
to the "Soft Start" function.
12-hour long duration
>> All modules of the 500 range can be centralised via
pilot wire with accessory CVI50.
Warning with gradual
switch-off
DIMMER FUNCTION
>> With the MTK500E multifunctional dimmer,
installation is scalable and can be carried out at your
own pace and completed gradually.
Variation
Preset memory
Minimum brightness
configuration
System diagrams and technical information >
page 34
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Configuration block
Presence simulation
Children’s room night light
Functions useful every day
Light variation: comfort and atmosphere
- The lights can be switched on to a previously saved level of intensity or switched off, with one short touch of the pushbutton.
- The brightness can be increased or reduced with one long touch.
- For greater energy savings, it is possible to select 50% lighting with two short touches of the pushbutton.
Lights switch off automatically, if you forget about it
- Set lights to switch off automatically on a timer (configurable from 2 seconds to 4 hours) in areas such as corridors, toilets, bathrooms, or
outdoors. When the timer runs out, a warning with gradual switch-off is given, one minute before complete switch-off.
- The lights can be kept on for over 12 hours whenever you need it (for example, during a barbecue night) with four short touches.
- The lights can be switched off at any time, by simply pressing the pushbutton once.
Children’s room night light
- It is possible to select 20% lighting and set it to gradually decrease during a 1-hour period to a night light (duration: 12 hours) with three short
touches of the pushbutton.
Presence simulation
- Lights in the house randomly switch on and off for 4 hours every evening, for a more convincing presence simulation. When you return home,
simply press the pushbutton again to stop the simulation. For further information, see page 35.
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NIGHT SAVING
> Switch off a few selected lights for a few hours every night
I'd like to save on night
lighting in common
areas".
FLASHING LIGHT
> Set light blinking with configurable blinking frequency
I'd like to have blinking
Christmas decorations".
I need to cut down on the energy
costs of my Christmas lights".
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2000W WITH NEUTRAL WIRE | NIGHT SAVING
Fields of application
Models
MEP2000E
■■ Ideal for common areas inside
blocks of flats, in residential
areas, public areas where
lights need to be switched
on automatically at night and
off in the morning (usually
with a dusk sensor or an
astronomical clock). MEP2000
guarantees significant energy
savings and will pay for itself
within one or two years.
Item number
5454356
Good to know
>> Based on the consumption of lights, the investment
is expected to pay off in 12 to 18 months: Just by
turning the lights off for 5 hours each day on 250 W,
the product will pay for itself in 1 year!
>> Compatible with lights controlled by a dusk sensor or
astronomical clock.
>> Select which lights to turn off with complete
flexibility.
>> Increases light bulb replacement interval.
>> Compatible with all load types up to 600 VA.
■■ Nowadays night lights often
have a shared power supply
line. To save on energy costs,
some lights can now be
switched off after a certain
time.
>> Attracts less insects than ordinary lights.
>> Pleasant night-time switching off for people living
nearby.
Operating examples
calculated
night centre
EXAMPLE 1
System diagrams and technical
information > page 41
Set offset: 1 hour
Calculated night time: 12 hours
Set switch-off:
7 hours
18h
19h
20h
EXAMPLE 2
21h
22h
23h
0h
Effective: 7 hours
1h
2h
3h
20h
21h
6h
7h
Environment
protection
8h
Switch-on minimum duration is 1 hour
Set switch-off:
7 hours
19h
5h
TIM = (12-7)/2-1 = 1,5
Calculated night time: 9 hours
18h
4h
TIS = (12-7)/2+1 = 3,5
22h
23h
0h
Reduced: 6 hours
1h
2h
3h
TIS = (9-7)/2+1 = 2
4h
5h
6h
7h
8h
TIM = (9-7)/2-1 = 0 -> 1
500W WITHOUT NEUTRAL WIRE | FLASHING LIGHT
FUNCTION
MTC
500E
Soft start / Soft stop
Pilot wire centralisation
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Configuration block
Models
MTC500E
Item number
5454056
Good to know
>> Set light blinking with an interval from 0.2 to 25
seconds.
>> A dry contact must connect the coil to phase to
enable MTC500E blinking. When the contact is
interrupted, the light stops blinking. Therefore, the
product can be controlled with a timer or a simple
switch.
Fields of application
■■ Public lighting (Christmas
decorations, car parks,
pedestrian zones, monuments)
■■ Factories (critical applications)
■■ etc.
System diagrams and technical information >
page 34
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WINDOW SHUTTER MODULE
> Centralisation of window shutters, screens and blinds
I'd like to centralise the opening and
closing of previously installed window
shutters".
I want all window
shutters in my house to
open at 7 in the morning,
except those in my kid's
bedroom".
The advantages
■■ Control all window shutters with a simple pilot wire and a double up/down pushbutton, not interlocked. The number
of shutters that can be centralised is unlimited, which makes it ideal for large installations in office buildings.
■■ Compatible with all shutter types and brands with 3-wire motor (SOMFY, APRIMATIC, BUBENDORFF, etc.)
■■ Does not damage the window shutter or the motor in case of an obstacle thanks to the built-in torque control.
■■ Possible recall of a pre-programmed intermediate position.
■■ Built-in daily scheduling, multi-zone management, scenario management, remote control.
■■ Pushbuttons of all wiring systems can be used.
■■ Silent, even when behind the pushbuttons of the wiring system, with boxes having 50 mm depth.
■■ Flexible and modular: installation of the various modules can be extended subsequently, in case of new needs.
■■ Digital coil with protection system in case pushbutton is pressed for a prolonged amount of time.
■■ 100% electronic microprocessor module.
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500W WIRED | WINDOW SHUTTER MODULE
FUNCTION
MVR
500E
>> Economical: The module is extremely cost-effective
thanks to its high performance and ease of use.
Moreover, the pilot wire is simply added when
connecting the system, to the power supply.
Pilot wire centralisation
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Models
MVR500E
Accessories
R12M
D600V
CVI34
Good to know
Configuration block
>> Convenient: removable terminal board.
Daily scheduler
>> Can be centralised with a single pilot wire, through
accessory R12M.
System diagrams and technical information >
page 47
Item number
5454090
5454073
5454072
5454806
500W RADIO | WINDOW SHUTTER MODULE
NEW
Version with
external aerial
FUNCTION
Pilot wire centralisation
Radio bus centralisation
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Configuration block
Version with
external aerial
Models
MVR500ERP
MVR500ERPX
MVR500MRP
MVR500MRPX
Accessories
RAL60 (60 cm)
RAL200 (200 cm)
SUP01
Item number
5454467
5454468
5454469
5454470
Daily scheduler
MVR
500
RADIO
Good to know
>> Daily scheduler.
>> Window shutter intermediate position scheduling.
>> Receivers can be connected to design centralised
and group controls.
>> Can be centralised with a single pilot wire, through
accessory R12M or Radio Bus.
System diagrams and technical
information > page 53
Radio Installation
Quick Guide > page 57
5454083
5454084
5454085
Radio features
Range: - Inside a single room < 100
sq. m, 250 m in free field without
obstacles
Frequency: 2,4 GHz
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RADIO TRANSMITTERS
> A full range of radio transmitters for all your needs
I just renovated my attic and
fitted new wallpaper, I cannot drill
holes in my wall".
I need a small remote control for
each family member"
The advantages
■■ A wide range of transmitters, from 1 to 8 pushbuttons, compatible with all Yokis receivers.
■■ Each pushbutton can control up to 4 receivers in direct mode and an unlimited number of receivers in Radio Bus
mode.
■■ Each Yokis module can be controlled by an unlimited number of transmitters.
■■ All control and centralisation configurations are carried out on transmitters.
■■ Select which lights to turn off with complete flexibility.
■■ Possibility to send commands to several Yokis radio receivers to design centralised and group controls.
■■ Yokis radio modules allows two-way transmission. The transmitter flashes twice to inform that the command has
been sent and received, thanks to the notification LED on transmitter.
■■ Flexible: installation is scalable and can be completed gradually.
■■ Range: Inside a single room, 250 metres in free field without obstacles. Range is reduced by metal items, walls or
partitions.
■■ Frequency: 2.4 GHz
■■ CR2032 lithium battery has an average duration of 5 years.
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FLUSH-MOUNTED TRANSMITTERS
Version
with
external
aerial
Models
E2BPP
E2BPPX
Item number
5454413
5454414
E4BPP
5454427
E4BPPX
Accessories
RAL60 (60 cm)
RAL200 (200 cm)
SUP01
5454428
Version
with
external
aerial
5454083
5454084
5454085
E2BPP(X): 2 independent channels.
E4BPP(X): 4 independent channels.
NEW
- Can be wired behind the pushbuttons of
any commercially available wiring system.
- With MTR2000ERP(X) OR MTR2000MRP(X)
receiver, it can also be connected to
switches.
- Also available with external aerial (E2BPPX
and E4BPPX).
Radio Installation
Quick Guide > page 57
NEW
KEY RING TRANSMITTERS
Models
TLC4CP
TLC8CP
SUPPORT TLC
Item number
5454425
5454423
5454082
TLC4CP
- 4 independent pushbuttons
TLC8CP
- 8 independent pushbuttons
SUPPORT TLC
- Compatible with TLC4CP and TLC8CP
Radio Installation
Quick Guide > page 57
TABLE TRANSMITTERS
Models
GALET8TP
GALETBOISP
Item number
5454424
5454426
GALET8TP
- 8 independent pushbuttons
- Also available in wood finish
Radio Installation
Quick Guide > page 57
WALL-MOUNTED CONTROLS
Models
TLM1T45
TLM2T45
TLM4T45
Item number
5454417
5454419
5454421
Radio Installation
Quick Guide > page 57
CONTROL AND COMMAND HUB
hub
Models
YOKISHUB
WITH 1, 2 or 4 PUSHBUTTON
- Ideal for sliding doors and to integrate the
system with new control points, with no
masonry work required
- Products are supplied with support for
round box (diam. 60 mm), square cover
plate and pushbutton 45x45 mm
YOKIS RADIO USB INTERFACE
NEW
Item number
5454495
YOKIS HUB
IP/radio hub that exploits Yokis Radio Bus, allowing the user to:
- Control system modules through Yokis user App n installed on
smartphone and tablet, both at home and outside.
- Exploit centralisations and operation scenarios according to your
daily needs.
- Configure or duplicate remote controls
- Change use parameters of system modules (timing, favourite
dimming, favourite shutter/sun blind position, etc.)
- Create and manage access rights to allow third parties (babysitters,
caregivers, guests...) to partially or fully manage the system
key
NEW
Models
YOKEY
Item number
5454491
YOKEY
- Antenna with USB interface that exploits Yokis Radio and,
through
app, allows configuring and testing
a Yokis radio or hybrid radio-wired system in an easy and
automated way
app must be installed on Android tablet
(4.2 version or later) and have an OTG type USB port
available.
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WIRED AND RADIO KITS
> Solution to meet installation requirements of any system
I want a solution for light
and shutter centralisation by
rapid means”
The advantages
■■ Practical and cost-effective solutions allowing professionals to create light and shutter centralisations and to rapidly
configure the systems.
■■ Yokis kits are available in wired and radio version, for lights and shutters.
■■ Each kit can be the installation base for a new system and can be expanded with other modules and transmitters to
suit any installation need.
■■ Kits are also useful to quickly solve a problem on a system, because they are always ready to be used.
■■ Yokis Pro kit is the solution tailored for professionals, useful to make their work easier and faster.
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WIRED KIT
Item number
Models
5 TAPPARELLE FILARE 5454554
5-SHUTTER WIRED KIT
- Kit contents:
5 MVR500E + 2 R12M (5 pcs package) + 1
D600V (5 pcs package)
Item number
5454521
5454523
5454524
KitradioVV
- Wireless two-way switch complete kit with
two activation points and light control
relays
- Kit contents:
1 MTR2000ERP + 2 E2BPP
RADIO KITS
Models
KitradioVV
KitradioVARVV
KITRADIOVR
5-SHUTTER RADIO
POWER KIT
5454556
KitradioVARVV
- Wireless complete kit for a dimmed light
controlled from two points
- Kit contents:
1 MTV500ER + 2 E2BPP + 1 CHR3W
(5 pcs package)
WINDOW SHUTTER KIT
- Kit contents:
1 MVR500ERP + 1 TLM1T45
5-SHUTTER RADIO POWER KIT
- Kit contents:
5 MVR500ERP + 1 TLC4CP + 1 TLC8CP +
1 R12M (5 pcs package) + 1 REMOTE
CONTROL SUPPORT (4 pcs package)
RADIO PROGRAMMING KIT FOR PROFESSIONALS
NEW
YOKEY
Models
KITYPRO
Item number
5454497
+
KITYPRO
- Professional programming kit for
configuration and validation of Yokis radio
systems.
- An easy, efficient and complete tool
for all your systems (layout, modules,
transmitters, scenarios)
- Automatic creation and optimisation of
Radio Bus
- System configuration directly from tablet
with
application
key and
- Project saving and sharing with staff on
Yokis Cloud with the utmost security
key USB key + 10”
- It is composed of:
Android tablet
App facilitates:
- Automatic detection of radio receivers (V5 and later versions)
- Configuration of radio receivers and transmitters through graphic interface thanks
to YOKIS Pro application.
- System testing with check of single receiver operation through the application
- Automatic creation and optimisation of Radio Bus
- Creation of centralised and area controls and of operation scenarios
- Saving of data and system configurations, and subsequent creation of final report
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PILOT WIRE CENTRALISATION
> Lighting and window shutter centralisation
I want to turn on the lights on the ground
floor when I get home".
I'd like to add a control to close my
window shutters and switch off the
lights from the sofa effortlessly".
The advantages
■■ Convenient and economical: no more energy waste! By pressing a single pushbutton, all lights and shutters in the
house can be controlled.
■■ Centralise lighting and window shutters with a single pilot wire connecting all installed modules.
■■ Unlimited number of wired modules on pilot wire, allowing also complex installations.
■■ With several pilot wires it is possible to create more complex centralisations using already installed modules.
■■ Possibility to carry out multi-level centralisations to create separate areas (e.g. living area, bedroom area).
■■ Combined receivers (radio and wired) can also be integrated in a centralised system by means of a pilot wire, while
still being controlled by radio transmitters.
■■ The local control can be sent from a single or a double pushbutton. Once a centralised control has been sent, any
local control remains available.
■■ The central control device allows controlling the modules of the 500 and 2000 ranges, even simultaneously.
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Good to know
>> Only the centralisation of the modules in the 500 range (toggle relay, timed relay, timer,
dimmer and timed dimmer) also requires the installation of a CVI50.
System diagrams > pages 34-38-55
M
B
DRIVER WIRE 2000
R12M
L
N
D600V
DRIVER WIRE 500
D600V
D600V
D600V
L
N
R
C2 C1 A2 A1 BP
V1
Double
pushbutton
(not interlocked)
D600V
L
C2 C1 N L BP
Item number
5454050
5454060
5454054
5454064
5454051
5454061
5454052
5454062
5454055
5454065
5454350
5454360
B
Local
pushbutton
L
N
5454072
5454073
5454805
5454807
N
L
N
Lighting circuit No.1
Local pushbutton
TLC2C
L
C2 C1 A2 A1 BP
Local
pushbutton
C2 C1 A2 A1 BP
Models
MTR500E
MTR500M
MTT500E
MTT500M
MTM500E
MTM500M
MTV500E
MTV500M
MTVT500E
MTVT500M
MTR2000E
MTR2000M
Accessories
D600V
R12M
CVI50
CVR12
MTR
2000
D600V
MTR500
MTT500
MTM500
MTV500
MTVT500
Lighting circuit No.2
Lighting circuit No.3
Lighting circuit No.n
Local pushbutton
500 RANGE
MTR
MTT
MTV
MTVT
Lighting circuit No.1
2000 RANGE
L
500 RANGE
MTR
MTT
MTV
MTVT
Lighting circuit No.2
Lighting circuit No.n
500 RANGE
B = white wire
M = brown wire
R = red wire
V1 = green wire
WIRED WINDOW SHUTTERS | CENTRALISATION WITH PILOT WIRE
Good to know
>> The number of shutters that can be centralised is unlimited, which makes it ideal for large
installations in office buildings (universities and high schools) even in several buildings.
Models
MVR500E
Accessories
R12M
D600V
CVI34
>> The solution with pilot wire also allows the creation of the required number of intermediate
areas: by group of rooms, by floor, by building, etc.
Item number
5454090
>> The following accessories are required for centralisation:
- D600V diode, to be wired to every module in order to prevent local controls from being
sent through the pilot wire
MVR500E / R12M / D600V
5454073
5454072
5454806
- the R12M interface to be used in case Shutter
of not interlocked
double
pushbutton
upbutton
centralisation
with single
or twin(an
local
button, a down button)
Please be aware that a group (area or general) control requires a double pushbutton (see
diagrams on pages 38-39).
DAILY SCHEDULER
Daily opening and closing times can be scheduled.
To do so, at the DESIRED TIME, make:
- 8 presses to store the closing time
- 9 presses to store the opening time
- 7 presses to store the intermediate position time
System diagrams > page 47
NOTE: In case of power supply failure, MVR500W deletes all scheduled values;
it will thus be necessary to repeat the configuration to the desired times.
As an alternative, you can connect an external time switch or a twilight sensor
through accessory CVI34 (Part no. 5454806).
IMPORTANT
Installer configuration enabling:
Installer configuration lock:
23 short presses
21 short presses
Up movement
D600V
R12M
G
The installation of this accessory allows
sending the two Up and Down
movement information of a twin button
(not interlocked) on the same wire.
W
R12M
Down movement
Centralised control
with twin button
(not interlocked)
Down movement
Local
control
with
single
button
W
WP L N F O
Centralised control
with twin button
(not interlocked)
WP L N F O
D600V
B
R12M
Local
control
with
single
button
D600V
Up
movement
D600V
The D600V accessory prevents the
return to pilot wire of a local control.
WP L N F O
R
N
L
W = white wire
B = brown wire
R = red wire
G = green wire
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RADIO CENTRALISATION
> Centralisation of lights and window shutters with a radio control
I'd like to add a control to close my
window shutters and switch off the
lights without structural works".
I want to control lights
and shutters in any
point of the house”.
The advantages
■■ A single transmitter can control an unlimited number of radio micromodules (through 2.4GHz Radio Bus).
■■ Each receiver can be controlled by an unlimited number of transmitters, thus simplifying the introduction of new
wall-mounted or portable radio controls.
■■ All transmitters can be configured to operate with single or centralised control.
■■ Thanks to the wide band of Yokis Radio Bus, it is possible to send several commands and information for
centralisations and scenarios at the same time.
■■ A very fast transmission of information on Radio Bus allows having almost immediate response times. Therefore it is
possible to simultaneously control several hundreds of radio micromodules.
■■ Based on a two-way system: each radio control provides for the relevant control reception feedback.
■■ Each Yokis radio module is addressed through a unique and protected identification code.
■■ Modules with external antenna are useful to increase the radio range, for instance in case of flush-mounted metal
boxes that might reduce the range.
■■ Easier installation: Radio Bus configuration and check is even simpler thanks to Yokis Pro app tailored for
professionals.
■■ More comfort for final user: thanks to Yokis Hub and YnO app, you can manage your systems from wherever you
are, inside and outside of your house.
■■ Transmitter pushbuttons can be configured according to your needs: switch-on only, switch-off only and toggle.
■■ Increase the range of a transmitter with the Radio Bus to reach a distant receiver.
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LIGHTING | RADIO CENTRALISATION WITHIN THE SAME ROOM
Good to know
>> Transmitters can be duplicated without intervening on receiver modules.
>> All transmitters have the same programming.
>> Light controls can be transmitted through the window shutters modules,
using the same Radio Bus.
Radio Installation
Quick Guide > page 57
Technical information >
pages 42-44
Models
MTR2000ERP
MTV500ER
MTR2000MRP
MTR2000ERP
Item number
5454462
5454454
5454464
MTR2000ERP
TLC8CP*
YOKIS RADIO TRANSMITTERS
1
MTV500ER
MTR2000ERP
* possible with all Yokis radio transmitters
WINDOW SHUTTERS | RADIO CENTRALISATION WITHIN THE SAME ROOM
Good to know
>> All window shutter modules in the same room can be controlled with a single transmitter.
>> Transmitters can be duplicated by copying the settings of the first one to the others, without
operating on receiver modules.
>> Window shutter controls can be transmitted through the lighting modules, using the
same Radio Bus.
Radio Installation
Quick Guide > page 57
Models
MVR500ERP
MVR500MRP
Item number
5454467
5454469
Technical information >
pages 53-54
YOKIS RADIO TRANSMITTERS
MVR500ERP
MVR500ERP
MVR500ERP
TLC4CP*
1
MVR500ERP
MVR500ERP
* possible with all Yokis radio transmitters
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Infinite installation and configuration possibilities for all systems
>> Systems from 2 to more than 1000 modules: since every radio micromodule is able to receive and retransmit
or extend the signal, the Radio Bus is provided with an unlimited extensibility through the addition of new
receivers.
>> System scalability: in order to meet the future needs of your customers, the system can be changed at any
time by simply adding further micromodules.
>> Interconnections of receivers that are part of the Radio Bus can compose any kind of network - linear, star o
mixed - (see Radio Quick Installation Guide on page 57) able to meet all possible system configurations or
circumvent the limits of the existing system.
>> All Yokis transmitters can be configured and allow sending simple commands - grouped or centralised - through
the Radio Bus to the whole system. Each transmitter is able to control lighting, window shutter both at the same
hub .
time or to recall a scenario through
>> All products, receivers and transmitters (V5 and later versions) are optimised and automatically acknowledged
by the system configuration application tailored for professionals.
>> Receivers with V4 version, requiring a manual operation to be acknowledged by the application, are compatible
as well.
hub
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Simple installation
>> No specific hardware is required, all transmitters and receivers can be programmed through the keys or simply
key USB key.
professional app and
through
>> Integration of radio micromodules according to the system peculiarities.
>> Micromodule configuration can be carried out directly on the system or in laboratory: transmitter data and
receiver settings are saved also in case of no power supply.
Yokis advantages
■■ A HEALTHY HOME
Yokis radio modules produce radiation 10,000 times weaker
than that of a mobile phone.
Radio features
>> Range: inside a single room, 250 metres in free field without
obstacles.
>> Frequency: 2.4 GHz
>> Battery: CR2032 lithium
>> Average duration of the battery: 5 years
>> The battery can be replaced by opening the case with a flat-head
screwdriver. All transmitter data will be saved.
Radio Quick Installation
Guide > page 57
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FOR PROFESSIONALS
> The building automation revolution with just a click
+
key
A simple, fast and very efficient professional tool!
A real solution for professionals, YOKIS Pro app and YOKEY USB key (item no. 5454491) make Yokis radio module
installation even easier and faster, ensuring the creation of a perfect system based on Radio bus.
Yokis Pro app, in fact, automatically carries out module acknowledgement, Radio Bus creation and makes module
programming, remote control programming and copy and creation of centralisations and scenarios immediate. It also
transfers system configurations to Yokis Hub, saving a copy on Yokis Cloud, and generates the installation report in .pdf
format to be delivered to the final user.
Draw the layout of your system in an easy and quick way, by tracing it on the tablet with your fingers
Launch the automatic acknowledgement of your modules and then position them on the layout
Configure your modules: a parameter diagram helps you not to forget the details
Ask Yokis Pro application to automatically create the Radio Bus that connects modules to one another
Add, set and duplicate control points, by following the guided procedure
Transfer system settings to Yokis Hub, print the installation report and deliver the system to your customer
Save and share the system on Yokis Cloud, for future operations or expansion
makes it easier to:
- create, edit and save Yokis systems on tablet or Yokis
Cloud
YOKEY
Item n.
5454491
- update and widen existing installations
- share the systems in a secure manner with your staff
- save time by duplicating with one click an already built
system
- test the operation of systems (with or without Yokis Hub)
and create an installation report for your customers
- programme both easier and more complex systems.
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FUNCTIONS AVAILABLE ACCORDING TO YOUR SYSTEM
FOR
PROFESSIONALS
hub
hub
Cloud
Creating and configuring
a system
✔
✔
✔
Automatic detection of
radio receivers (V5 and later
versions)
✔
✔
✔
Configuration of receivers and transmitters through the application
✔
✔
✔
Test of single receivers through the
application
✔
✔
✔
Automatic creation and
optimisation of Radio Bus
✔
✔
✔
Creation of centralised
and area controls
✔
✔
✔
✔ (on tablet)
✔ (tablet + Yokis Hub)
✔ (tablet + Yokis Hub + Yokis Cloud)
✔
System saving
Creation of a complete and
printable final report
✔
✔
(through Yokis Cloud)
(through Yokis Cloud)
Secure sharing of systems with my
staff
✔
✔
(through Yokis Cloud)
(through Yokis Cloud)
✔
Automatic test of
whole final system
✔
✔
Creation of complete scenarios
✔
✔
FOR END USERS
> To manage your system from mobile devices
hub +
n
Yokis Hub and YnO app are designed to allow the final user controlling system Yokis modules through tablet or
smartphone from wherever you are, inside and outside of your house. It provides the user with an easy tool to control
and monitor his/her house in a convenient manner.
n app allows the user creating automatic operation scenarios, starting from preset basic scenarios, that meet the
daily needs.
Radio Bus and YnO app to control any space
All Yokis radio receiver micromodules communicate to one another thanks to Yokis Radio Bus, that allows creating reliable and
extended connections among the modules that compose the system, in order to meet the various installation requirements.
Radio Bus technology allows sending simple commands, also to complex systems (linear, star or mixed), with a sure outcome, thanks
to control two-way technology: the control key on n app changes its status only if the command has been carried out.
In addition to the ease of use, the customer has the guarantee that the system is created with modular and scalable characteristics,
allowing the addition of new micromodules and functions, to meet the future needs of the user.
hub : enhance your system and its control on site or remotely
n app is easy to use and customisable: the user can arrange the controls by grouping them as he/she wishes by type, room and
scenario and associate the images of the house to the rooms to have an immediate reference.
It also allows the user to create new accounts for guests (nanny, caregiver, friends, etc.) with restrictions on the rights of use and/or
the enabling period, allowing the activation of all or several controls.
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FUNCTIONS AVAILABLE FOR YOUR CUSTOMER ACCORDING TO THE SYSTEM
FOR
THE USER
n
hub
hub
with or without Internet connection
Recall of a pre-installed scenario on
Yokis Hub: automatically from a
Yokis transmitter or an Urmet monitor
✔
n
hub
with Internet connection
✔
✔
Creation, change of scenarios
✔
✔
Configuration and duplication of remote controls
✔
✔
Local control of the system from a
smartphone or tablet with status feedback
✔
✔
Remote control of the ambient directly on smartphone or tablet with status feedback
✔
Creation of guest accounts with management of
system access rights
✔
Synchronised saving on Yokis Cloud
✔
Automatic update of proposed scenarios
✔
Temporary sharing of Yokis Hub data
for system maintenance/enhancing
✔
n
hub +
+
Cloud
Three tools that allow the user to control his/her home from smartphone and tablet with many advantages:
Creation of default or new scenarios that can be recalled from smartphone/ tablet or Urmet video door phone.
Creation of guest accounts (babysitter, cleaning lady, etc.): limited/partial access and management of the system.
Application customisation.
A scalable system: new micromodules can be added at any time (to use the new functions inside the room).
-
Lighting
Window
shutters
+
Brightness
adjustment
Automations
control
After uploading Yokis Pro configuration on Yokis Hub, the
user can control his/her system through smartphone and
tablet using n app.
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Creation of
scenarios
Cloud
Addition of
remote controls
Security
TECHNICAL MANUAL
• Technical features • Functional features
• Main functions • Configuration table • System diagrams
TABLE OF CONTENTS Page
> 500 W modules without neutral wire..............................................................34
> 2000 W modules with neutral wire..................................................................38
> 2000 W night saving module.............................................................................41
> Radio: 2000 W relay with optional timed operation....................................42
> Radio : 500 W dimmer with optional timed operation with neutral wire....................44
> Window shutter module.....................................................................................47
> Radio: window shutter module.........................................................................53
> Radio: radio integration on wired modules...................................................55
> Radio: transmitters...............................................................................................66
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500 W MODULES WITHOUT NEUTRAL WIRE
Compatible loads > page 44 - 71
 TECHNICAL FEATURES
Network voltage
 FUNCTIONAL FEATURES
230 V~ (+10% -15%) - 50 Hz
Power
min max 5 VA 500 VA
(300 VA for sealed box)
 ITEM NUMBER TABLE
100% waterproof for outdoor installation.
Can be controlled by 12 or 48 VAC or DC with
ADBT accessory.
Double overload protection with power cut-off.
Current intensity
max 500 VA 2 A
Electronic overheating protection.
Ambient temp.
- 20 °C + 40 °C
Inrush current limitation through filament preheating.
Relative humidity
from 0 to 90%
Built-in electronic protection in case of short
circuit on the load, with automatic reset after the
fault is eliminated.
Dimensions (mm)
17,5
35
87
37
1 2 3
(lung. fili 110 mm, sez. 1 mm²)
4 5 6
Immune to mains disturbances up to 1.5 kV.
62
FLUSH-MOUNTED
500 RANGE
Model
Item
number
P.
Toggle relay
MTR500E
5454050
9
Timed relay
MTT500E
5454054
9
Flashing light
MTC500E
5454056
17
Dimmer
MTV500E
5454052
13
Timed dimmer
Staircase lights
timer
Smart multifunctional
dimmer
MTVT500E
5454055
13
MTM500E
5454051
11
MTK500E
5454053
15
9
500 RANGE ON DIN RAIL
Digital coil with protection system in case
pushbutton is operated for a prolonged amount
of time.
Toggle relay
MTR500M
5454060
Timed relay
MTT500M
5454064
9
Increases light bulb and switch duration.
Dimmer
MTV500M
5454062
13
Variation principle through cut-off at phase
start or phase end with automatic load type
recognition.
Timed dimmer
Staircase lights
timer
MTVT500M 5454065
13
MTM500M
11
ompatible with pushbuttons equipped with
C
light indicator (max. 20) by wiring a single BV40
accessory (item no. 5454071) to be installed as
close as possible to the module.
5454061
 MORE...
5-year
warranty
 USE
Each module of the 500 range can be used as a toggle relay, dimmer, staircase lighting timer or for timing purposes with one or more pushbuttons.
> Installation
The module can be installed in 503, 504 and 506 flush-mounted boxes or
round boxes having 60 mm diameter.
In all cases, the pushbutton must not apply mechanical stress on the module
and the depth of the box must be sufficient to ensure at least 1 mm clearance
around the module. It can also be installed in junction boxes, with a volume of
at least 100 cu. cm for each module.
- Power 500 VA 2.2 A: in regular installations boxes are always
connected with corrugated conduits that allow air passage and
guarantee a sufficient ventilation to achieve a power of 500 VA. Open
air installation allows full-power use.
- 300 VA 1.3 A power: with sealed boxes that do not allow air passage,
the maximum allowed power is 300 VA.
> Wiring
The module is connected in series to the circuit. It can be wired to phase or
neutral. The module allows connection of pushbuttons with common to phase or
neutral. See the corresponding figures: in case of pushbutton common to neutral,
invert purple and orange wires (on DIN rail models, connections to terminals
"5" and "6"). The module accepts an unlimited number of pushbuttons with a
maximum distance of 50 m between module and pushbuttons.
WARNING! DO NOT install this module with inductive loads
(e.g., ferromagnetic ballasts or window shutters, ferromagnetic
transformers) on the same circuit without the accessory FDVDT
(Item no. 5454075).
The accessory must be connected as close as possible to the
module's power supply, in parallel between phase and neutral.
Without this accessory, the module's overload protection would
quickly deteriorate.
 MAIN FUNCTIONS
> Toggle relay / timed relay
Switching on, switching off or timing a lighting circuit
> Staircase lights timer
Staircase lighting or lighting circuit timing
- "Soft start / soft stop" function
- Switches off the lights in case you forget about it.
- Timer from 2 seconds to 4 hours.
- Progressive switch-off notification when the timer is about to go off.
This function can be cancelled.
- Double timing available:
one 3-second touch of the pushbutton activates the lights for one hour.
- Timer from 2 seconds to 4 hours.
- Double timing available: one 3-second touch of the pushbutton activates the
lights for one hour.
- "Soft start / soft stop" function
> Dimmer / Timed dimmer
Adjust the intensity of a lighting circuit
with one or more pushbuttons
- Switches off the lights in case you forget about it.
- Timer from 2 seconds to 4 hours.
- Double timing available:
one 3-second touch of the pushbutton activates the lights for one hour.
- "Soft start / soft stop" function
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> MTC500E Flashing light
Set the light in a lighting circuit to blinking mode with a configurable
blinking interval
- Set the light in a lighting circuit to blinking mode with a blinking interval from
0.2 to 25 seconds
> MTK500E smart multifunctional dimmer
Toggle relay, dimmer and timer, with two additional functions:
- Children’s room night light
- Presence simulator
 CONFIGURATION TABLE
Before setting any configuration, unlock the module with 23 short presses on a pushbutton connected to BP terminal . The module will lock
automatically after 6 hours or with 21 presses.
CONFIGURATION PRINCIPLE: * SHORT CONSECUTIVE TOUCHES of the pushbutton (maximum interval of 0.8 s)
**CONFIRMATION REPLY with blinking after touches.
Touches* Duration
11
Replies**
2 minutes
Touches* Functions
1 blink
Replies**
Configuration in seconds
All durations set in minutes can be changed into
seconds with 25 short touches (reply: 5 blinks).
It is possible to switch back to minutes with
26 short touches (reply: 6 blinks).
21
Configuration lock
1
blink
23
Configuration release
3
blinks
24
ON / OFF Notification
4
blinks
12
4 minutes
2 blinks
13
8 minutes
3 blinks
14
15 minutes
4 blinks
15
30 minutes
5 blinks
25
Duration in seconds
5
blinks
Example:
Configuration of a 15-second duration:
16
60 minutes (one hour)
6 blinks
26
Duration in minutes
6
blinks
17
120 minutes (2 hours)
7 blinks
240 minutes (4 hours)
27
7
blinks
18
8 blinks
Minimum brightness
adjustment
1 - 2 5 touches (reply: 5 blinks)
to select duration in seconds.
2 - 1 4 touches (reply: 4 blinks)
to set a 15-second duration.
19
unlimited
9 blinks
28
Minimum brightness reset 8
blinks
 ADDITIONAL MTK500E CONFIGURATIONS
> Presence simulator:
A 4-hour daily scheduler function is available. During this time, the module switches the lights on at 50% brightness for thirty minutes every hour. The thirty minute
period is selected randomly.
The scheduled 4-hour period can be started with 6 short touches of the pushbutton. The scheduled 4-hour period is activated every day at the same time. During
a scheduled presence simulator period, press the pushbutton once to interrupt the simulation.
7 touches t o delay simulation start by 4 hours (reply: 1 flash)
(Example: 7 touches at 4 pm -> simulation start at 8 pm)
8 touches t o delay simulation start by 8 hours (reply: 2 blinks)
(Example: 8 touches at 12 am -> simulation start at 8 pm)
9 touches t o delay simulation start by 12 hours (reply: 3 blinks)
(Example: 9 touches at 8 am -> simulation start at 8 pm)
10 touches t o delay simulation start by 16 hours (reply: 4 blinks)
(Example: 10 touches at 4 am -> simulation start at 8 pm)
> Children’s room night light:
The children’s room night light can be switched on with 3 short touches of
the pushbutton The lights are switched on at 20% brightness
and are dimmed gradually for one hour until leaving a courtesy night light on
(for 12 hours).
IMPORTANT
500 range modules without neutral wire
500 RANGE
Flush-mounted 500 RANGE wiring
SYSTEM
DIAGRAMS
WIRING WITH PUSHBUTTON COMMON TO PHASE
SD542WIRING WITH PUSHBUTTON COMMON TO PHASE
0001
W = white wire
P = purple wire
O = orange wire
Flush-mounted 500 RANGE wiring
WIRING WITH PUSHBUTTON COMMON TO NEUTRAL
SD542- WIRING WITH PUSHBUTTON COMMON TO
0002 NEUTRAL
W = white wire
P = purple wire
O = orange wire
500 RANGE
WPO
Button
Button
L
500 RANGE
W PO
Button
N
N
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Button
>C
an be controlled only by pushbuttons
>C
annot control fluorescent lamps
> In sealed boxes, power is limited to 300 VA
>D
o not use on controlled sockets
500 RANGE
> Can be centralised with pilot wire, using CVI50 and D600V accessories
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Delayed start:
500 RANGE
500 RANGE
500 Range wiring on DIN rail
WIRING WITH PUSHBUTTON COMMON TO PHASE
The automatic power supply
switch on the line where
the module will be installed
must not power other
1 2 3
lighting circuits featuring
ferromagnetic ballasts or
transformers.
If this cannot be avoided,
install the FDVDT accessory
(Item no. 5454075), which
500
RANGE
must be connected as close
as possible to the module's
power supply, in parallel
between phase and neutral.
4 5 6
WIRING WITH PUSHBUTTON COMMON TO PHASE
The automatic power supply
switch on the line where
the module will be installed
1 2 3
must not power other
lighting circuits featuring
ferromagnetic ballasts or
transformers.
If this cannot be avoided,
install the FDVDT accessory
(Item no. 5454075), which
500
must be connected as close
RANGE
as possible to the module's
power supply, in parallel
between phase and neutral.
4 5 6
Button
Button
L
N
SD542SWITCHED POWER INCREASE
0005
In some cases, a power
over 500 W is required on
a circuit.
To increase power, simply
split the power circuit to
obtain an individual "lamp
return" circuit for each
module.
This allows connecting in
parallel up to 10 modules
(the digital coil remains
synchronised).
Button
N
L
500 Range
500 Range
500 Range
W P O
W P O
W P O
Button
500 VA
max
L
500 RANGE
Increase of switching power with flush-mounted 500 range
SD541-0003
Button
500 Range wiring on DIN rail
SD542- VERSION ON DIN RAIL - WIRING WITH
0004 PUSHBUTTON COMMON TO NEUTRAL
500 VA
max
500 VA
max
N
500 RANGE
Toggle
relay modules: MTR, MTT, MTM, MTC
SD542-
ADDITION OF A CHR3WIN RESISTIVE
LOAD PARALLEL WITH BULB
WIRING WITH ENERGY-SAVING LIGHT BULBS AND CHR3W
All the relay modules of the 500 Range, with On/Off operation, allow the direct piloting of
standard energy saving bulbs (CFL) or LED bulbs. In this case, the CHR3W accessory
must be connected in parallel with the bulb. This accessory allows, even when bulb is off,
the flow of a min. current through the module, just enough to ensure its correct operation.
> COMPACT FLUORESCENT LAMPS (CFL) AND LED LAMPS:
make sure they are dimmable
Dimmer
ModuleisMTV500,
MTVT500,
MTK
This feature
indicated
on the packaging.
500
MTV500 and
MTVT500
modules can be
usedthese
with energy
saving
bulbs
> TRange
he dimmer
function
is dimmer
not guaranteed
with
types
of load.
or LED bulbs only if dimmable. Always make a trial to check the compatibility between
bulbs
and
dimmer.
Always carry out an operation test to verify compatibility.
In this case as well, the CHR3W accessory must be connected in parallel with the bulb.
500 Range
W P O
For best results, add the CHR3W accessory in parallel with the lamp.
> The RADIO version of the dimmer (MTV500ER) controls
compact fluorescent lamps and dimmable LEDs without CHR3W
(see pages 44/46).
Button
CHR3W
L
RADIO: MTV500ER Dimmer Module, with neutral
500 Range MTV500ER radio dimmer can be used with energy saving bulbs or LED bulbs
only if dimmable. Always make
• a trial to check the compatibility between bulb and dimmer.
As the module features a neutral connection, the use of the CHR3W accessory
is not necessary.
There are nevertheless special installations, mainly when LED lights are used,
for which the CHR3W accessory can prove useful to eliminate flickering at low
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W = white wire
P = purple wire
O = orange wire
N
Accessories
CHR3W
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Model: CHR3W
Item no.: 5454070
Description: 3 W resistive load
541-0006
0006
SD541-0005
Use of energy saving bulbs (CFL) or LED bulbs with 500 range
Item number
5454070
SD541-0004
SD542- VERSION ON DIN RAIL
0003 WIRING WITH PUSHBUTTON COMMON TO PHASE
SD542WIRING OF PUSHBUTTONS WITH LIGHT INDICATOR
0007
> The modules are compatible with pushbuttons equipped with light indicator (up to approx. 20 pushbuttons) with the addition of one BV40 accessory
(5454071). The orange wire of the BV40 module must be connected to the orange wire of the module (O) and the white wire to white wire (B). For DIN rail versions,
connect BV40 between the terminals no. "4" and "6".
MTM500M / BV40
MTM500M / BV40
BV40 Accessory features: 40mA MAX
MTM500E timer wiring, with button with warning
MTM500M timer wiring, with back-lit buttons
light (BV40 is required) and common to phase
(BV40 is required) and common to neutral
FLUSH-MOUNTED
MTM500EDIN
/ BV40
RAIL-MOUNTED VERSION FOR ELECTRICAL PANEL
VERSION
MTM500E timer wiring, with button with warning
light (BV40
is required)
and common to phase
INSTALLED
BEHIND
A
WIRING OF A FLUSH-MOUNTED TIMER WITH
BUTTON
WIRING
OF A DIN RAIL MOUNTED TIMER WITH BUTTON
Wiring
with
Wiring
with
WITH WARNING LIGHT WITH COMMON TO
PHASE
WITH
WARNING LIGHT WITH COMMON TO NEUTRAL
PUSHBUTTON
pushbutton
pushbutton
common
to neutral with
BV40
1 2 3
500 RANGE
W = white wire
O = orange wire
P = purple wire
4 5 6
W
BV40
4 5 6
W = white wire
O = orange wire
O
BV40
Button with
warning light
L
O
N
SD541-0007 (pag. 1 di 3)
N
RMATION
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Model: MTM500M
: 500 VA Model: MTM500E
Min. power: 5 VA max.: 500 VA
2A
Current:
1.3 A, max. 2.2 A
Min. power: 5 VA max.: 500
VA
12 mm Current: 1.3 A, max. 2.2 ADimensions: 35 x 35 x 12 mm
Dimensions: 35 x 35 x 12 mm
W = white wire
O = orange wire
BV40
Button with
warning light
SD541-0007 (pag. 2 di 3)
Button with
warning light
Item number
5454071
W
W
O
Accessory
BV40
500
Range
500
Range
W P O
L
1 2 3
SD542500 RANGE CENTRALISATION
0008
IMPORTANT
N
L
> The presence of
pushbuttons with light
indicator requires
installation of the BV40
accessory.
SD541-0007 (pag. 3 di 3)
to phase
with BV40
WIRING OF A FLUSH-MOUNTED TIMER WITH BUTTON
common
WITH WARNING LIGHT WITH COMMON TO PHASE
All modules of the 500 range can be centralised via pilot wire with CVI50 and D600V accessories.
>
> The D600V accessory (5454072) allows connecting all local pushbuttons to a single pilot wire. CVI50 / 500 Range
> Two centralised pushbuttons (or one double pushbutton) control this pilot wire and allow switching all modules on and off.
Centralisation
of 500accessories.
range modules through a CVI50
> The two pushbuttons must be wired with R12M (5454073)
and CVI50 (5454805)
CENTRALISED 2-BUTTON CONTROL, VIA CVI50
CENTRALISED CONTROL WITH
DOUBLE PUSHBUTTON WITH CVI50
G1
2 Buttons
ange modules
two separate
Button
D600V
D600V
Item number
5454805
5454073
5454072
PILOT WIRE
Button
R
return to pilot wire of
Accessories
CVI50
R12M
D600V
W = white wire
B = brown wire
O = orange wire
R = red wire
P = purple wire
G1 = green wire
Button
D600V
C2 C1 A2 A1 WP
W
B
CVI50
R12M
W
230 V
50 Hz
500
RANGE
500
RANGE
500
RANGE
WPO
WPO
WPO
L
N
Lighting circuit no. 1
Lighting circuit no. 2
Lighting circuit no. 1
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23 short presses
21 short presses
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2000 W MODULES WITH NEUTRAL WIRE
Compatible loads > page 44 - 71
 TECHNICAL FEATURES
 FUNCTIONAL FEATURES
Network
voltage
Low-voltage control, 12 to 48 V AC or DC with
ADBT accessory.
FLUSHMOUNTED
2000 RANGE
Digital coil with protection system in case
pushbutton is pressed for a prolonged amount
of time.
230 V~ (+10% -15%) - 50 Hz
Power
on resistive load 10 A, 2000W other loads view table on p.44
DS1054-022
Consumption
< 1W
Ambient temp.
- 20 °C + 40 °C
Sound level
< 60 dB at 20 cm
Dimensions
(mm)
17,5
62
1 2 3
6
Immune to mains disturbances up to 1.5 kV.
MTR2000E/M
Not compatible with pushbuttons equipped with
light indicator:
use MTM2000E/M configured as a relay.
MTM2000E/M
Compatible with pushbuttons equipped with
light indicator (max 20).
Model
Item number
P.
Toggle relay
MTR2000E
5454350
9
Staircase lights
timer
MTM2000E
5454351
11
2000 RANGE ON DIN RAIL
Toggle relay
MTR2000M
5454360
9
Staircase lights
timer
MTM2000M 5454361
11
 MORE...
87
4
5
 ITEM NUMBER TABLE
5-year
warranty
Electronic overheating protection.
1
2
3
MTR2000E/M can be centralised with pilot wire.
4 5 6
Potential free contact 10 A 250 V~.
 MAIN FUNCTIONS
Toggle relay with optional timed operation
Switching on, switching off or timing a lighting circuit
Staircase lighting or lighting circuit timing
- Timer from 2 seconds to 4 hours.
(with switch-off notification configurable by the user)
- The circuit can be switched off before scheduled time.
- Press the pushbutton for over 3 seconds to enable a 12-hour long duration
(can be enabled by the user).
IMPORTANT
> Does not work with pushbuttons equipped with light indicator:
use MTM2000, configured as a toggle relay.
Timer luci scale
- Anti-jam option with the R1500 accessory ensures that the lights will be
switched off even if a pushbutton gets jammed.
- Timer from 2 seconds to 4 hours (with switch-off notification configurable by
the user).
Default setting: 2 minutes.
- Switch-off notification: one minute before the scheduled time, the user is
warned that the lights are going to be switched off with a quick blinking
(default setting: disabled)
- Press the pushbutton for over 3 seconds to enable a 12-hour long duration.
Press the pushbutton again for 3 seconds to cancel the 12-hour long duration
(can be enabled by the user)
IMPORTANT
> After
wiring the R1500 accessory, remember to configure the
timer (see instruction manual).
 CONFIGURATION TABLE
Before setting any configuration, unlock the module with 23 short presses on a pushbutton connected to BP terminal. The module will lock
automatically after 6 hours or with 21 presses.
CONFIGURATION PRINCIPLE: * SHORT CONSECUTIVE TOUCHES of the pushbutton (maximum interval 0.8 s)
** CONFIRMATION REPLY with blinking or relay sound after touches.
Touches* Duration
Replies**
Touches* MTR/MTM Functions
Replies**
11
2 minutes
1 blink
21
1
blink
4 minutes
Configuration lock
12
2 blinks
22
Daily Sched./ --
2
blinks
13
8 minutes
3 blinks
23
3
blinks
15 minutes
Configuration release
14
4 blinks
24
4
blinks
15
30 minutes
Notification
5 blinks
25
5
blinks
16
60 minutes (one hour)
Duration in seconds
6 blinks
26
Duration in minutes
6
blinks
17
120 minutes (2 hours)
7 blinks
240 minutes (4 hours)
27
-- / Relay or Timer
7
blinks
18
8 blinks
Status memory / --
8
blinks
19
unlimited
28
9 blinks
29
Long duration
9
blinks
30
Reset to default values
10
blinks
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Settings in seconds
All durations set in minutes can be changed into
seconds with 25 short touches (reply: 5 blinks).
It is possible to switch back to minutes with
26 short touches (reply: 6 blinks).
Example:
Configuration of a 15-second duration:
1 - 2 5 touches (reply: 5 blinks) to select the
seconds.
2 - 1 4 touches (reply: 4 blinks) to set a
15-second duration.
SYSTEM DIAGRAMS
MTR2000M
Wiring
of a relay on 2000
W DIN
Wiring
Rail: MTR2000M
of a relay on 2
SD542- WIRING FOR FLUSH-MOUNTED VERSION
SD542- WIRING FOR DIN
RAIL-MOUNTED
VERSION
MTR2000E 0010MTR2000E
0009 INSTALLED BEHIND A PUSHBUTTON
FOR ELECTRICAL PANEL
Wiring of a 10 A relay - Wiring
MTR2000E
of a 10 A relay - MTR2000E
4-WIRE
WIRING,
4-WIRE
COMMON
WIRING,
TOWITH
PHASE
PUSH
3-WIRE
WIRING,
PUSHBUTTON
3-WIRE
COMMON
WIRING,
TO>
WITH
NEUTRAL
PUSHBUTTON
COMMON
TO
NEUTRAL
> Wiring in flush-mounting
> W
iring in WITH
flush-mounting
W
iring
in electric panel
>W
WITH
iringPUSHBUTTON
in electric panel
box with pushbutton
box with pushbutton
with pushbutton common
with pushbutton common
ITH PUSHBUTTON
3-WIRE WIRING,
COMMON
WITH TO
PUSHBUTTON
NEUTRAL COMMON TO
4-WIRE
NEUTRAL
WIRING, WITH PUSHBUTTON
4-WIRE WIRING,
COMMON
WITH TO
PUSHBUTTON
PHASE
COMMON TO PHASE
common to neutral
common to phase
to neutral
to phase
BPBP
N
L
N
L
C2 C1 A2 A1 WP
NN
LL
N
L
C2 C1 A2 A1 WP
C2 C1 A2 A1 BP
Button
BP
Button
BP
Button
BP
Button
N
L
C2 C1 A2 A1 BP
C2 C1 A2 A1 BP
A1 WP
A2 BP
C1 A1
C2 A2
C2 C1
BP
Button
BPBP
Button
BP
Button
fils
44wires
BP
N
L
NN
LL
3 wires 4 wires
BP
BP
BP
BP
Button
BP
BP
4 wires
Button
Button
Button
BP
BP
Button
Button
Button
Button
Button
Button
NN
LL
N
L
N
L
N
L
1 2 3
C2 C1 A2 A1 BP
C2 C1 A2 A1 WP
3 wires
N
L
1 2 3
1 2 3
1 2 3
C2 C1 A2 A1 WP
WPBP
A1 A1
A2 A2
C1 C1
C2 C2
A1 WP
A2 BP
C1 A1
C2 A2
C2 C1
WPBP
A1 A1
A2 A2
C1 C1
C2 C2
MTR
2000M
MTR
2000M
4 5 6
MTR
2000M
4 5 6
2
SD541-0010
Button
BP
Button
NN
L
BPBP
BP
Button
Button
34 fils
SD541-0009
BPBP
BP
3 3fils
wires
SD541-0009
3 wires
4 5 6
4 5 6
MTM2000M
MTM2000M
/ R1500
/ R1500
WiringWiring
of a staircase
of a staircase
light electronic
light electronic
timer with
timer
anti-jam
with anti-jam
option option
SD542-
STAIRCASE LIGHTING TIMER WIRING MTM2000M WITH ANTI-JAM OPTION
0011
3-WIRE3-WIRE
WIRING,
WIRING,
WITH WITH
4-WIRE4-WIRE
WIRING,
WIRING,
WITH WITH
he lights will be switched off even if a pushbutton gets jammed.
>W
iring with pushbutton
> WPUSHBUTTON
iring withCOMMON
pushbutton
PUSHBUTTONCOMMON
PUSHBUTTONCOMMON
TO NEUTRAL
TO NEUTRALPUSHBUTTON
COMMON
TO PHASE
TO PHASE> T
The user can switch the lights on again from another pushbutton.
common to neutral
common to phase
3
wires
Button
oire
00 R1500
’option
er pour l’option
ELOCAGE
Button
5454074
N
R1500
Button
N
L
R1500
1 2 3
1 2 3
R1500
R1500
R1500
Wired in series to every pushbutton
R1500
N
L
1 2 3
1 2 3
Accessory
R1500
and relay
answer: 7
MTM
2000M
MTM
2000M
MTM
2000M
MTM
2000M
4 5 6
SD541-0011
4 5 6
SD541-0011
74), wired
resses.
4 5 6
Item number
5454074
IMPORTANT
18 short
4 5 6
Accessorio R1500
da aggiungere per l’opzione
ANTI-BLOCCO
R1500
Button
R1500
N
L
ANTI-JAM ACCESSORY
Button
R1500
Button
4
wires
Button
R1500
Button
R1500
emporary
L
roceed to
Button
Button
R1500
ch button
4
wires
Button
R1500
Button
3
wires
>A
fter wiring the R1500 accessory,
remember to configure the timer
(see instruction manual).
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Turning off
G
PILOT WIRE
W
R12M
D600V
D600V
R
D600V
B
Unlimited
number
of modules
W
Button
Button
Accessories
D600V
R12M
Button
L
L
L
N
N
N
Item number
5454072
5454073
LIGHTS CENTRALISATION
C2 C1 A2 A1 BP
C2 C1 A2 A1 BP
>T
hanks to a single pilot wire, multiple toggle relay controls
can be centralised to allow switching on and off of all lights
simultaneously.
MTR2000E
C2 C1 A2 A1 BP
Timed control of an EXTRACTOR FAN with several lighting circuits
W = white wire
B = brown wire
Extractor
R = redfans
wire may be installed in bathrooms or damp rooms. They can be
= green
everyGtime
a wire
light goes on and stay on for a certain amount of time after all
set to activate
lights have
SD541-0012
been switched off in the room.
> The R12M accessory (5454073) allows the centralisation of
MTR2000E modules with double pushbuttons
SD542SD542- WIRING FOR TIMING OF ONE EXTRACTOR FAN
ADBT / MTR2000E
LOW-VOLTAGE
PUSHBUTTON CONTROL
0014
0013 WITH ONE OR MORE LIGHTING CIRCUITS
ADBT adapter wiring for the use of a low-voltage controlled module
Room lighting 2
Room lighting 3
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
L
L
Simple
turning
on switch
Simple
turning
on switch
230 V / 12-48 V
L
N
L
Simple
turning
on switch
B = white wire
R = red wire
Model: ADBT
Item no.: 5454076
Input: 12/48Vac/dc 1 mA
Output: 230V 50 Hz 0.1A max.
Galvanic isolation: 2500 V RMS
Operating temperature: -20 to 50 °C
Protection: IP67 50°C
Dimensions: 15 x 15 x 7.5 mm
R
W
R
W
R
W
The ADBT accessory allows using
low-voltage 12-48V AC or DC controls.
N
Accessory
D600V
C2
WP A1 A2 C1
R
R
W
P
Temporary
button for
module
configuration
ADBT
N
Low-voltage
button
module code
R = red wire 12-48 Vac / dc
W = white wire 230 Vac
P = purple wire 230 Vac
L N
N
L
N
Item number
5454072
>Extractor fans may be installed in bathrooms
or damp rooms. They can be set to activate
every time a light goes on and stay on for a
certain amount of time after all lights have
been switched off in the room.
Accessory
ADBT
C2 C1 A2 A1 WP
MTR2000E
Centralisation of several MTR2000E relays through a contact
SD542CENTRALISATION OF SEVERAL MTR2000E RELAYS THROUGH A CONTACT
2013
L N
V1
M
Clock,
dusk sensor,
anemometer,
etc. contact.
R12M
B
Relay 1
Relay 2
N L
Local
pushbutton
Relay 3
N L
Local
pushbutton
N L
Local
pushbutton
B
C2 C1 A2 A1 BP
R
MTR2000E
L
M
C2 C1 A2 A1 BP
MTR2000E
MTR2000E
R12M
B
driver wire
V1
Turning off
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B = white wire
M = brown wire
R = red wire
V1 = green wire
SD542-2013
Turning on
D600V
BP L N F O
CVR12
ADB T
Item number
5454076
> The ADBT accessory allows using
a low-voltage control: 12-48 V
AC or DC
SD541-0014
Room lighting 1
SD541-0013
off
of
L Turning on
D600V
"clicking")
4-WIRE WIRING, WITH PUSHBUTTON COMMON TO PHASE
SD542WIRING FOR LIGHT CENTRALISATION WITH TOGGLE RELAY MTR2000E
0012
D600V
mporary
ed
Wiring for centralised lighting with MTR2000E relay
2000 W NIGHT SAVING MODULE
Compatible loads > page 44 - 71
 TECHNICAL FEATURES
Network voltage
 FUNCTIONAL FEATURES
230 V~ (+/-15%) – 50 Hz
Consumption
Ambient temp.
< 1W
from -30 °C to +70 °C
Umidità relativa
Relative humidity
from 0 to 99%
600 VA max., 230 VAC
 ITEM NUMBER TABLE
FLUSH-MOUNTED
2000 RANGE
During the night, the MEP2000 module switches
off for a period of 4 up to 9 hours any lights
that have been activated by a dusk sensor. The
switching off is symmetrical with respect to the
night centre, with a possible 1 or 2-hour offset.
Flush-mounted
night-time saving
module
Model
Item number
P.
MEP2000E 5454356
17
The MEP2000 module guarantees in all cases
that the lights are switched on for at least 1 hour
at the beginning and at the end of the period.
Dimensions (mm)
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 MODULE CONFIGURATION
Important
- Before setting any configuration, unlock the module with
23 short touches on the pushbutton. The module will lock
automatically after 6 hours.
- However, the module can be locked again immediately
with 21 short touches.
Touches(1)
Duration
Replies(2)
Off time
10
No switch-off
10
blinks
11
4 hours
1
blink
12*
5 hours
2
blinks
- Configurations are saved in case of a power failure.
- A duration of 4 up to 9 hours can be configured with a
quick sequence of touches (see table on the side).
- Default factory setting is 5 hours.
13
6 hours
3
blinks
14
7 hours
4
blinks
15
8 hours
5
blinks
Night centre offset configuration
16
9 hours
6
blinks
17
no offset
7
blinks
18*
1 hour
8
blinks
19
2 hours
9
blinks
21
Configuration block
1
blink
23
Configuration release
3
blinks
25
reset to default values
2
blinks
26*
demo OFF
6
blinks
27
demo ON
7
blinks
Switch-off duration configuration:
- The night centre offset can be configured
from 0 to 2 hours (see table on the side).
- Default factory setting is 1 hour.
Demo Mode
- The Demo Mode allows testing the product by
accelerating its internal clock (x 1440).
- In this mode, a 24-hour day can be simulated in 1 minute.
Night duration
- Night duration is calculated based on the module's
power-up period.
- The module saves the duration of the last 4 nights and
calculates the average to estimate the duration of the
current night.
- The module will never save durations under 5 hours.
- Upon commissioning, the 4 saved night durations are of
15 hours.
CONFIGURATION PRINCIPLE:
(1) SHORT CONSECUTIVE
TOUCHES of the pushbutton
(maximum interval 0.8 s)
(2) CONFIRMATION REPLY with
blinking after touches.
(*) default setting
Night centre offset
SD542STANDARD WIRING
2007
Lighting time
Offset = forward shift of night middle line. Can be
configured by the installer from 0 to +2 hours
(default setting 1 hour).
NT = average night time.
OT = o
ff time set by the installer, from 4 to 9 hours
(default setting 5 hours).
ELT = evening lighting time.
ELT = (NT-OT)/2 + Offset
The module switches on at power-up during ELT, then
switches off during OT and switches on again until it is
powered off.
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RADIO: 2000 W RELAY WITH OPTIONAL TIMED OPERATION
Compatible loads > page 44 - 71
TECHNICAL FEATURES
 RADIO FEATURES
230 V~ (± 15%) - 50 Hz
Power
on resistive load
10 A - 250 VAC, max. 2500 VA
other loads
10 A - 30 VDC max 300W
Consumption
< 1 VA - < 0,3W
Ambient temp.
- 20 °C + 60 °C
Sound level
< 60 dB at 20 cm
Relative humidity
from 0 to 70%
- In the same room < 100 sq. m
-2
50 m in free field without obstacles
(Radio range is reduced by metal items, walls or
partitions)
Frequency:
Transmission: Two-way with notification LED on
transmitter.
If the LED is not blinking this does not
indicate a battery fault, but a failed radio
transmission.
TECHNICAL FEATURES
 MTR2000MRP - MTR2000MRPX
Network voltage
230 V~ (± 15%) - 50 Hz
Power
on resistive load
10A - Max. 2000W
other loads
view table on p.44
DS1054-022
Consumption
< 1 VA - < 0,3W
Ambient temp.
- 20 °C + 40 °C
Sound level
Data are saved in case of a power failure.
Dimensions (mm)
22,5
< 60 dB at 20 cm
Relative humidity
from 0 to 70%
Pushbutton and status light indicator
2,4 GHz
4
5
1
2
6
80
Network voltage
 ITEM NUMBER TABLE
Range:
80
 MTR2000ERP - MTR2000ERPX
FLUSH-MOUNTED
Model
2000 RANGE
Relay with
MTR2000ERP
optional timed
operation 2000 W
Relay with
optional timed
operation 2000
MTR2000ERPX
W (with external
aerial)
Item
number
P.
5454462
9, 11
5454463
9, 11
Relay with
MTR2000MRP 5454464 9,11
optional timed
operation 2000W
Relay with
optional timed
operation 2000W MTR2000MRPX 5454465 9, 11
(with external
aerial)
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Radio installation
quick guide > page 57
Aerial Cable length: 250 mm
 MAIN FUNCTIONS
Switching on, switching off or timing a lighting circuit
Temporizzazione
- To ensure greater energy savings, the MTR2000ERP radio toggle relay can be
configured to switch the lights off in case you forget about it. Timer from 2
seconds to 4 hours. Default setting: disabled.
- This function also features a switch-off notification at the end of the timed
period: a LED will blink one minute before lights are switched off. Default
setting: disabled.
- Double timing: press the pushbutton for over 3 seconds to enable a 12-hour
long duration. Default setting: disabled.
Relay or instant mode
- The MTR2000ERP module can be controlled in relay mode. This function
can be configured directly from the transmitter. Pressing the transmitter
pushbutton activates the relay contact. This application is ideal to control a
dimmer or a ringer.
MTR2000ERP and Yokis radio system
IMPORTANT
>T
he MTR2000ERP module can be controlled with a
pushbutton or a switch.
>C
ompatible with all load types.
> Combined radio and wired operation.
Pulse mode
- The MTR2000ERP module can be controlled in pulse mode. This function can
be configured directly from the transmitter. Pressing the pushbutton or the
remote control, the MTR2000ERP sends a 0.5-second pulse.
This application is ideal to control a gate or garage door and to activate or
deactivate an alarm.
> Universal output with potential free contact.
> Signal repeater
Every MTR2000ERP can also be used as a signal repeater to increase
radio range. An unlimited number of repeaters can be used.
 CONFIGURATION TABLE
Before setting any configuration, unlock the module with 23 short presses on a pushbutton connected to BP terminal. The module will lock
automatically after 6 hours, or with 21 presses from local wired pushbutton.
CONFIGURATION PRINCIPLE: * SHORT CONSECUTIVE TOUCHES of the pushbutton (maximum interval 0.8 s)
** CONFIRMATION REPLY with blinking or relay sound after touches.
Touches*
Duration
Replies**
Touches*
Funzioni
Replies**
Settings in seconds
11
2 minutes
1 blink
20
Local control from switch.
10 blinks
12
4 minutes
2 blinks
21
Configuration lock
1
blink
13
8 minutes
3 blinks
22
Blinking mode
2
blinks
14
15 minutes
4 blinks
23
Configuration release
3
blinks
All durations set in minutes can be changed
into seconds with 25 short touches (reply:
5 blinks).
It is possible to switch back to minutes
with 26 short touches (reply: 6 blinks).
15
30 minutes
5 blinks
24
ON / OFF Notification
4
blinks
16
60 minutes
(one hour)
120 minutes
(2 hours)
240 minutes
(4 hours)
unlimited
6 blinks
25
Duration in seconds
5
blinks
7 blinks
26
Duration in minutes
6
blinks
27
ON / OFF Timer
7
blinks
29
ON/OFF Long Duration
9
blinks
30
Full reset to default
values
2
blinks
17
18
19
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Example:
Configuration of a 15-second duration:
1 - 2 5 touches (reply: 5 blinks) to select the
seconds.
2 - 1 4 touches (reply: 4 blinks) to set a
15-second duration.
SYSTEM DIAGRAMS
 EASY CONNECTION
Connection from receiver MTR2000ER with Yokis radio transmitters (direct connection)
1
st
step
2
E5
On the transmitter, quickly touch the pushbutton you wish to connect for 5
times. The transmitter LED will start blinking quickly for 30 seconds, indicating
that it is waiting for a connection.
nd
step
R1
WHILE the transmitter LED is blinking, insert the tip of a pencil in the "connect"
hole on the receiver (located on the back of the casing) and press lightly.
If the connection is successful, the receiver LED blinks once and the transmitter
LED stops blinking.
Applicazioni RADIO: MTR2000ER
Warning! The receiver must be powered.
Applicazioni RADIO: MTR2000ER
Cablaggio con funzionalità interruttore
SD542DA RICORDARE WIRING WITH SWITCH FUNCTIONALITY
0017
Realizzabile con qualsiasi trasmettitore Yokis
Esempio con
2
E2BP
in scatola
incasso,
dietro
pulsante
o interruttore
CAN
BE
DONE
WITH
ALL
YOKIS
TRANSMITTERS
Example: with 1 TLC4CP
Cablaggio con funzionalità luce in deviazione
SD542- WIRING WITH TWO-WAY LIGHT SWITCH
0018 FUNCTIONALITY
CAN BE DONE WITH ALL YOKIS TRANSMITTERS
Example: with 2 E2BPP in flush-mounted box, behind pushbutton or switch
N
L
N
L
R1
R1
MTR2000ERP
R1
MTR2000ERP
250m
250m
250m
E5
TLC4CP
E5
E2BPP
E2BPP
> This solution requires the
Dimmer kit with diverter
This solution can be done
with all Yokis transmitters
Kit contents:
- 1 MTR2000ERP
SD541-0017
KITRADIOVV
Item no. 5454521
- 2 E2BPP
(Please contact our sales network
to verify product availability)
SD541-0018
E5
MTR2000ER
SD542Control of a MTR2000ER relay through optional buttons
COMBINED RADIO AND WIRED OPERATION
0016
ON
boratory through a temporary button
you can proceed to installation.
power supply failure.
: 3 flashes and relay "clicking")
short presses
13, 14, 15, 16, 17 or 18 short presses
minutes.
P1
1
P2
2
1
3
2
3
short presses
short presses
4
SD541-0016
Optional buttons
5
4
6
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SD542RADIO CONTROL, FROM AN AUTOMATIC CONTACT OF ONE OR SEVERAL MTR2000ERP MODULES
6005
Clock, dusk sensor,
anemometer, etc.
contact
LN
P1
Temporary pushbuttons
for configuration
BP L N F O
N
CVR12
P1
Optional pushbuttons
N
REL1C
P2
P2
Optional pushbuttons
REL1C
For information on configuration, refer to tables on page 68/69 or www.yokis.com website
 DS1054-022 - 220 – 240 V~ ALLOWED LOADS TABLE
MTR500(E)(M)
MTM500(E)(M)
MTT500(E)(M)
MTC500E
MTV500(E)(M)
MTVT500(E)(M)
MTK500E
MTV500ER
*
(3)
*
(3)
*
(3)
MTR2000E
MTR2000ER(P)(X)
MTM2000E
MEP2000E
MTR2000M
MTM2000M
MEP2000M
MTR2000MRP(X)
MVR500ER(P)(X)
MVR500E
MVR500MRP(X)
I max: 2A
P min: 5W
P max: 500W
(2)
I max: 2A
P min: 5W
P max: 500W
I max: 2A
P min: 5W
P max: 500W
(2)
I max: 2A
P min: 5W
P max: 500W
I max: 2A
P min: 2W
P max: 500W
I max: 2A
P min: 5W
P max: 500W
I max: 10A
Resistive loads
I max: 2A
P min: 11VA
P max: 250VA
(1) (2)
I max: 2A
P min: 11VA
P max: 250VA
(1)
I max: 2A
P min: 11VA
P max: 250VA
I max: 2A
P min: 11VA
P max: 500VA
(2)
I max: 2A
P min: 11VA
P max: 500VA
-
-
I max: 2A
P min: 11VA
P max: 500VA
-
I max: 10A
P max: 2000W
I max: 5A
P max:
1150VA
I max : 5A
P max:
1150VA
I max: 5A
P max:
1150VA
I max: 5A
P max:
1150VA
-
-
-
-
-
Incandescent light bulbs
Fluorescent and energy saving light bulbs
Ferromagnetic transformers
Light emitting diode (LED)
I max: 2A
P min: 11VA
P max: 500VA
(1) (2)
I max: 2A
P min: 11VA
P max: 500VA
(1)
I max: 2A
P min: 11VA
P max: 500VA
I max: 6A
I max: 3A
I max: 3A
I max: 3A
I max: 3A
P max: 1380W P max: 690VA P max: 690VA P max: 690VA P max: 690W
P max: 2000W
-
I max: 1A
P min: 11VA
P max: 250VA
(1) (2)
I max: 1A
P min: 11VA
P max: 250VA
(1)
I max: 1A
P min: 11VA
P max: 250VA
* If the module is installed
in a waterproof case,
so: Imax=1A and
Pmax=250W for resistive
loads; Imax=1A and
Pmax=250VA for other
loads.
(1) Use form 1 to 3 CHR3W
accessories in parallel to
the load.
(2) 2000 range devices
should be preferred if
neutral is available.
(3) Maximum power 250VA
on all capacitive loads
except on TBT 12V
electronic transformer
(500VA).
I max: 2A
P max: 500VA
Electronic transformers
Motor
RADIO: 500W DIMMER WITH OPTIONAL TIMED OPERATION
WITH NEUTRAL WIRE
Compatible loads > page 44 - 71
 TECHNICAL FEATURES
Network voltage 230 V~ (+10% -15%) - 50 Hz
3W
Minimum power
Maximum power
250 W / 1 A
- sealed boxes
- other boxes
500 W / 2 A
Power
view table on p.44
DS1054-022
Ambient temp.
- 20 °C + 40 °C
Sound level
2,4 GHz
Relative humidity
from 0 to 90%
Dimensions (mm)
ÎÇ
 FUNCTIONAL FEATURES
 RADIO FEATURES
Sine-wave brightness variation, at phase start or
end, through automatic recognition of load type.
Range: - Within the same room < 100 sq. m
- 50 m in free field without obstacles
Automatic disabling in case of short circuit on
the load, with automatic reset after the fault is
eliminated.
(Radio range is reduced by metal items,
walls or partitions)
Frequency:
2,4 GHz
Two-way with notification LED
Transmission:
on transmitter
Electronic overheating protection.
Data are saved in case of a power failure.
Inrush current limitation through filament preheating.
Double overload protection with power cut-off.
Immune to mains disturbances up to 1.5 kV
Óx
{È
 ITEM NUMBER TABLE
FLUSH-MOUNTED
Item
Model
500 RANGE
number
RADIO: Dimmer with optional
timed operation 500 W MTV500ER 5454454
with neutral
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 MAIN FUNCTIONS
1. Timer configuration:
The default duration is unlimited.
A duration of 2 seconds up to 4 hours can be configured with a quick
sequence of touches (see table on the side). It is possible to configure the
duration in seconds (from 2 to 240 seconds) with 25 short touches. It is
possible to switch back to minutes with 26 touches.
Configurations are saved in case of a power failure.
9. Configuration block:
2. 12-hour long duration:
A 12-hour long duration can be enabled with 6 short touches of the
pushbutton. Press again once for advance switch-off: the 12-hour long
duration is cancelled and the system resumes normal operation.
hort touches
S
1
2
3
4
3. Warning with gradual switch-off:
The warning with gradual switch-off is enabled by default. The warning can be
disabled or re-enabled with 24 short touches:
1 minute before the end of the scheduled lighting period, the module blinks
once to warn of the gradual switch-off.
After the blinking, it is possible to set the same lighting schedule once again
with one short touch of the pushbutton.
4. The operation status is saved in case of a power failure:
The dimmer saves its operation status and, in case of a power failure, it
restores it when the power is back. If the dimmer was off at the time of the
power failure, the lights will remain off; if it was on, it will be switched back on
at the same brightness it was when the power was cut off.
This function can be disabled with 35 short touches.
5. Relay mode:
In this mode the MTV500ER no longer acts like a dimmer, but like a simple
relay. This function can be enabled (or disabled) with 20 short touches.
6. Memory:
The last brightness level that was set with a long touch is saved, and is
recalled at the following switch-on (or with 2 short touches, depending on the
configuration – see below).
7. 100% lighting at first touch:
In certain types of applications, it may be desirable to have 100% lighting with
the first touch. In this case, 2 short touches recall the saved brightness value. This
mode can be enabled or disabled with 29 short touches (by default, the Memory
mode is selected with the first touch).
8. Minimum brightness:
It can be recalled with 4 short touches.
- Configure the minimum desired level with a long touch of the pushbutton.
- Then, apply 27 short touches. The module replies by blinking 7 times for
confirmation.
- The minimum value can be restored with 28 short touches.
To prevent any changes from being made, the module can be blocked with
21 touches (reply: 1 blink). In all cases, the MTV500ER is automatically blocked
after 6 hours.
10. Default brightness values:
Memory mode (default) 100% mode (see § 7)
Memory
100%
100%
Memory
50%
50%
Minimum level
Minimum level
11. Grouping of several MTV500ER dimmers to increase switched power:
Each module can control individually up to 500/300 VA.
However, several modules can be "grouped together" via radio. In this way, all
dimmers will work simultaneously.
To group together via radio 2 or more MTV500ER modules
- apply 4 short touches to the "connect" tab of a MTV500ER
- then, press once the tab on the other MTV500ER
- to disable the connection, press for over 3 seconds the tabs on each MTV500ER.
For more information, see Radio Installation Quick Guide, page 57
12. Use with energy-saving light bulbs or LEDs:
If the light bulb flickers at low brightness levels, increase the minimum
brightness (see §8). To eliminate or reduce this problem, it is also possible to
connect the accessory CHR3W in parallel between the lamp return and the
neutral.
13. Children’s room night light:
The children’s room night light activates with 7 presses of the local pushbutton.
Check that the light bulb switches on at the set minimum brightness.
If this is not the case, adjust the minimum brightness (see § 8).
APPLICATION FOR THE DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING
> This application enables the operation of one or more blinking lights to
warn persons with hearing impairments instead of an acoustic signal.
The addition of a transmitter (e.g., E2BPP) connected to the ringer
control pushbutton is required.
The blinking mode on the MTV500ER module (or on MTR2000ERP) can
be enabled with 22 short touches.
 CONFIGURATION TABLE
Before setting any configuration, unlock the module with 23 short presses on a pushbutton connected to BP terminal. The module will lock
automatically after 6 hours, or with 21 presses from local wired pushbutton.
CONFIGURATION PRINCIPLE: *
SHORT CONSECUTIVE TOUCHES of the pushbutton (maximum interval of 0.8 s)
**
CONFIRMATION REPLY with blinking or sounds made by the relay after touches.
Touches*
Duration
Replies**
11
2 minutes
1 blink
12
4 minutes
2 blinks
13
8 minutes
3 blinks
14
15 minutes
4 blinks
15
30 minutes
5 blinks
16
17
18
19
60 minutes
(one hour)
120 minutes
(2 hours)
240 minutes
(4 hours)
unlimited
6 blinks
7 blinks
8 blinks
Touches*
Functions
Replies**
Settings in seconds
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
35
Relay/Dimmer
Configuration lock
Blinking mode
Configuration release
ON / OFF Notification
Duration in seconds
Duration in minutes
Minimum brightness setting
Minimum level reset to default value
100% or Memory upon 1st touch
Full reset to default values
Status is saved in case of power failure
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2
5
All durations set in minutes can be
changed into seconds with 25 short
touches (reply: 5 blinks).
It is possible to switch back to minutes
with 26 short touches (reply: 6 blinks).
blinks
blink
blinks
blinks
blinks
blinks
blinks
blinks
blinks
blinks
blinks
blinks
Example:
Configuration of a 15-second duration:
1 - 2 5 touches (reply: 5 blinks) to select the
seconds.
2 - 1 4 touches (reply: 4 blinks) to set a
15-second duration.
9 blinks
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SYSTEM DIAGRAMS
MTV500ER
Wiring of a MTV500ER RADIO dimmer
SD542WIRING
WIRING WITH NEUTRAL
0019
OF A MTV500ER RADIO DIMMER
 EASY CONNECTION
1
Optional
button
Load
Red wire
Blue wire
Aerial
Orange
wire
Reply (2)
st
step
E5
On the transmitter, quickly touch the pushbutton you wish to connect for 5 times.
The transmitter LED will start blinking quickly for 30 seconds, indicating that it
is waiting for a connection.
ED will start
sing).
onnection from receiver MTV500ER with Yokis radio tranC
smitters (direct connection)
230V~ 50Hz
2
IMPORTANT
R1
If the connection is successful, the receiver LED blinks once and the transmitter
LED stops blinking.
WARNING: The receiver must be powered.
SD542-0019A
3 flashes
4 flashes
5 flashes
6 flashes
7 flashes
8 flashes
9 flashes
2 flashes
5 flashes
step
WHILE the transmitter LED blinks, press the "connect" tab on the receiver
(located on the top of the casing).
> Compatible with all
dimmable loads
starting from 3W
up to 500W (see tables
on page 44 or 71).
10 flashes
1 flash
2 flashes
nd
and ON (disabling and
Applicazioni RADIO: MTV500ER
Cablaggio dimmer radio
SD542-
RADIO
DA RICORDARE
0020
Applicazioni RADIO: MTV500ER
Cablaggio dimmer radio in deviazione
SD542- RADIO DIMMER WIRING WITH TWO-WAY
0021 SWITCH
DIMMER WIRING
Realizzabile con qualsiasi trasmettitore Yokis
Esempio con 2 E2BP in scatola incasso, dietro pulsante o interruttore
CAN BE DONE WITH ALL YOKIS TRANSMITTERS
CAN BE DONE WITH ALL YOKIS TRANSMITTERS
Example: with 1 TLC4CP
Example: with 2 E2BPP in 2 flush-mounted boxes, behind 2 pushbuttons
N
L
N
L
MTV500ER
R1
R1
MTV500ER
50m
50m
CABLAGGIO COMANDO
DI UN PULSANTE
A 24 VAC
E5
E5
E5
E2BPP
>T
his solution requires the
dimmer kit
SD541-0020
This solution can be done
with all Yokis transmitters
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KITRADIOVARVV
Item no. 5454523
(Please contact our sales network
to verify product availability)
E2BPP
Contenuto del
kit:
1 MTV500ER
2 E2BPP
1 CHR3W
SD541-0021
TLC4CP
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WINDOW SHUTTER MODULE
Compatible loads > page 44 - 71
 FUNCTIONAL FEATURES
 TECHNICAL FEATURES
Centralisation
All window shutters can be centralised on a double
up/down pushbutton, with a single pilot wire.
The number of window shutters is unlimited,
which makes it ideal for large installations in
office buildings.
Network voltage 230 V~ (+10% -15%) - 50 Hz
Power
3-wire motor
230 V~, 2 A max. 500 VA
Ambient temp.
Sound level
-20 °C +50 °C
Economical
Simple and functional, at a very convenient price.
Just add a pilot wire during installation to
centralise the system.
< 60 dB at 20 cm
Relative humidity
from 0 to 99%
Dimensions (mm)
 ITEM NUMBER TABLE
FLUSH-MOUNTED
500 RANGE
Window shutter
module
Models
Item
number
MVR500E
5454090
19
 MORE...
5-year
warranty
Small
It can be installed in the flush-mounted boxes of
the wiring system having 50 mm depth.
Daily scheduler
Configure daily window shutter opening
and closing times thanks to the built-in daily
scheduler.
P.
IMPORTANT
> In case of power failure, the
MVR500 module saves all
settings, except for daily
schedules
 MAIN FUNCTIONS
Module use
The MVR500E module can be controlled with a single pushbutton or double pushbutton (not interlocked). The window shutter starts moving a few
tenths of a second after touching the pushbutton.
With single pushbutton: The window shutter can be opened or closed completely with one touch. While the window shutter is moving, it can
be stopped with another touch. In this case, when touching the pushbutton again, the module will change the window
shutter's moving direction.
With double pushbutton (not interlocked): requires the use of the Yokis R12M accessory item no.: 5454073
To move the window shutter upwards or to stop upward movement, touch the Up pushbutton once.
To move the window shutter downwards or to stop downward movement, touch the Down pushbutton once.
While the window shutter is closing, press once the Up pushbutton to stop its movement for 0.5 seconds
and make it change direction. Touching the two pushbuttons simultaneously will open the window shutter.
Short touches: Yokis modules can be operated or configured with repeated short touches. The speed must be of at least 2 touches per second. As
the user is touching the pushbuttons, the window shutter does not move. At the end of the touches, the module always confirms the
window shutter configuration with a quick up and down movement. To configure identical settings on several modules, apply short
touches on the centralised Up or Down pushbutton.
IMPORTANT! Before setting any configuration, unlock the module with 23 short touches on the pushbutton.
SD542WIRING
0022
> Use a protected power supply line, in accordance with the laws in force.
Disconnect the power supply before wiring the module.
> Connect the main power supply between the "L" and "N" terminals.
> Connect the local pushbutton between the "L" and "BP". To use a double pushbutton (not
interlocked), add the R12M accessory (Item no.: 5454073)
0
> Connect the motor wires to the "N", "O" and "F" terminals. Make sure that the wire connected to the
"O" input actually corresponds to the up movement. Do not rely on the colour of motor wires.
To verify motor correct connection, apply 3 short touches on the pushbutton: the window shutter should
move upwards. If that is not the case, simply invert the motor wires on the terminal board of the MVR500E.
.
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LÕÌ̜˜
1
92 . 0 (
BP --Pushbutton
L -- Phase 230 V~ 50 Hz
pushbutton common
N -- Motor common neutral
F -- Closing motor wire
O -- Opening motor wire
1«
œÜ˜
4/
,OCALCOMMANDWITH
DOUBLEPUSHBUTTON
NOTINTERLOCKED
The module terminal board
can be removed for easier
wiring.
1
$2 . 0 (
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 MVR500E CONFIGURATION SUMMARY TABLE
Touches(1)
> FUNCTIONS
Intermediate
position
- Intermediate position return
2
-C
urrent window shutter position is saved as intermediate position
5
Centralisation with
single pushbutton
- Centralised opening with single pushbutton
3
- Centralised closing with single pushbutton
4
Daily scheduler
Electronic limit
switches (2)
Torque control
Module block
Reset to default
values
- Daily scheduler of intermediate position time
7
- Daily scheduler of closing time
8
- Daily scheduler of opening time
9
- Cancelling of all daily schedules
10
- Definition of lower electronic limit switch
12
- Definition of upper electronic limit switch
14
- Delete upper and lower limit switch
16
- Cancelling of opposite movement in case of motor overload (3)
17
- Motor torque increase (3)
19
- Up and down wire logic inversion(3)
20
- Limit switch and motor torque control disabling
24
- Disables/enables motor torque control (3)
26
- Installer configuration block
21
- Disables/enables daily scheduler (3)
22
- Installer configuration authorisation
23
- Module reset to default settings
25
Daily hourly scheduler
- A daily opening and closing, as well
as an intermediate position, can be
configured for each window shutter.
To do so, follow the instructions
below at the desired time:
closing = 8 touches
opening = 9 touches
intermediate position = 7 touches
- In case of power failure, daily schedules
are deleted. Alternatively, it is possible
to connect an external time switch
or dusk sensor through the CVI34
accessory (Item no. 5454806), as
described on page 39.
Saving an intermediate position
- Close the window shutter completely
and then move it upwards to the
desired position:
Save the position with 5 touches of the
pushbutton.
- The position can be recalled with 2
short touches of the pushbutton.
(1) Quick consecutive short touches of the pushbutton.
(2) For electronic limit switch configuration, contact technical support.
(3) The same number of short touches allows returning to the previous configuration.
Definition of short touches:
- It is possible to use either the Up or the Down pushbutton in case of double pushbutton (not interlocked).
To configure identical settings on several modules, apply short touches on the centralised Up or Down pushbutton.
- Before carrying out any configuration with short touches, the window shutter must be stationary for at least 2 seconds. No more than 1 second must elapse
between two consecutive touches.
- At the end of the short touches, the window shutter performs an up and down movement to confirm configuration.
 FAULT TABLE
> FAULT
> CAUSES
The window shutter does not move but
the relays can be heard switching for one
second
The window shutter stops during an
upward movement and changes direction
- Motor wires may be disconnected
- The motor is in overload protection mode
- Motor wires may be inverted
The motor is under excessive stress.
The window shutter stops during a
downward movement and changes
direction
- The window shutter segments are misaligned
and do not slide properly along the rails
After closing completely, the window
shutter slightly opens
- The lower limit switch is misaligned and the
motor pushes against the electrical limit switch
After opening completely, the window
shutter slightly closes
- The upper limit switch is misaligned and the motor
pushes against the side mechanical limit stops
The window shutters stop during
movement only when operated from a
centralised control
When operating the centralised control,
some window shutters move upwards
while others move downwards
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> CHECKS AND SOLUTIONS
-V
erify window shutter operation by disconnecting the
connector of the MVR500E and powering the devices
directly
-A
fter several operations the window shutters switch to
overload protection mode. Normal operation is resumed
after a few minutes
-A
pply 3 short touches on the pushbutton to open the
window shutter. If the window shutter closes, it means the
connection is inverted. Invert the up and down wires on
the MVR500E terminal board
-T
ry increasing motor torque with 19 short touches
- Operate the window shutter repeatedly to try and re-align
the segments.
-T
ry increasing motor torque with 19 short touches
-R
e-adjust the window shutter lower electrical limit switch
-T
ry increasing motor torque with 19 short touches
- In case of motor overload, eliminate the opposite
movement with 17 short touches
-A
djust the window shutter upper electrical limit switch
- In case of motor overload, eliminate the opposite
movement with 17 short touches
Poor main power supply
-A
void using wire extensions with insufficient cross-section
area or too long to power the system
- The motor wires are inverted on some modules
-A
pply 3 short touches on the pushbutton to open the
window shutter; if the window shutter closes, it means the
motor wires are inverted on the terminal board
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WINDOW SHUTTER CENTRALISATION
MVR500E / R12M / D600V
SD542PILOT WIRE CENTRALISATION
0023
Shutter centralisation with single or twin local button
DAILY SCHEDULER
>>Each window
shutter can still be controlled locally with a single or
Daily opening and closing times can be scheduled.
doubleTopushbutton.
In theTIME,
lattermake:
case, a R12M must be installed
do so, at the DESIRED
8 presses
to store
the closing time
behind- the
double
pushbutton.
- 9 presses to store the opening time
- 7 presses to store the intermediate position time
>>Single and double pushbuttons can both be used in the same
NOTE: In case of power supply failure, MVR500W deletes all scheduled values;
installation.
it will thus be necessary to repeat the configuration to the desired times.
As an alternative, you can connect an external time switch or a twilight sensor
through accessory
CVI34 (Part
no. 5454806).
>>Centralisation
is achieved
through
a pilot wire connecting all local
controls with the D600V accessory. This allows opening or closing all
window shutters simultaneously.
IMPORTANT
Installer configuration
short
presses
>>An unlimited
number ofenabling:
window shutters23can
be
connected.
21 short presses
Up movement
R12M
B
>>If this is not possible, use the REL1C
R12M
(5454081)
and CVI34 (5454806)
The installation of this accessory allows
accessories.
G
W
R12M
Down movement
sending the two Up and Down
movement information of a twin button
Local
control
with
single
button
W
WP L N F O
D600V
Centralised control
with twin button
(not interlocked)
(not interlocked)
the same wire.
>>The relevant
systemondiagrams
are
available on www.yokis.com
Down movement
Local
control
with
single
button
Centralised control
with twin button
(not interlocked)
WP L N F O
D600V
Up
movement
return to pilot wire of a local control.
D600V
Installer configuration lock:
>>In case of three-phase power supply,
D600V
the same
phase must be used for pilot
The
D600V supply
accessoryof
prevents
the
wire and
power
MVR500E.
WP L N F O
R
N
L
PILOT WIRE
MVR500E
SD542- SCHEDULING WITH PROGRAMMABLE CLOCK
MVR500E
0025 OR DUSK SENSOR Centralised shutters with an automatic contact.
SD542- WINDOW SHUTTERS CENTRALISATION
0034 WITH DOUBLE PUSHBUTTON
Centralised control
for double pushbutton with CVI34*
hen contact opens, shutter closes (*).
R12M
UP
N
L
W = white wire
B = brown wire
R = red wire
G = green wire
* useful when the pilot wire is
> 200m long
C 2 C 1 A 2 A 1 WP
Centralised control
for double pushbutton
Local
button
W
WP L N F O
Cde
R
B
Down movement
G
W
R12M
PILOT WIRE
230V
50Hz
230V
50Hz
MOTEUR
Maxi.500VA
BP L N F O
MVR500E
R12M
SD541-0025
Up movement
DOWN
D600V
Centralised control from
twin button (not interlocked)
L
CVI34
Automatic contact:
timer, twilight sensor,
anemometer, presence
detector, alarm, etc.
N
L
C2 C1 A2 A1 BP
DOWN
23 short presses
21 short presses
5454090
UP
Made in France
Palim. <1VA
N
L
 ACCESSORIES
SD542-0034
See SD541-3004.
CENTRALIZZAZIONE DI TAPPARELLE
CON UN PULSANTE DOPPIO
SD541-0023
W = white wire
B = brown wire
R = red wire
G = green wire
CVI34
––Allows controlling the modules with a
clock, a dusk sensor or an anemometer.
––Dimensions (mm):
width 32 × height 48 × depth 20
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SD542EXAMPLE OF MULTI-ZONE CENTRALISATION
0024
WHOLE
HOUSE
>>The use of a pilot wire also allows to create
intermediate areas. In this way, the devices
installed in several different rooms, an entire
floor or building can be grouped.
Up
movement
M
L
V
B
R12M
Down 1
movement
R
D600V
TOTAL
LIVING AREA
Up
movement
L
B
R12M
Down
movement
Up
movement
Up
movement
L
Down
movement
D600V
LIVING
ROOM
D600V
LIVING
AREA
L
R12M
Down
movement
L
L
Living room
south 1
Studio
D600V
Bathroom
D600V
Dining room
L
D600V
L
D600V
Kitchen
D600V
D600V
B = white wire
M = brown wire
R = red wire
V1 = green wire
L
R12M
Living room
south 2
SYSTEM DIAGRAMS
SD542CONTROL FROM REMOTE PUSHBUTTON
0026
MVR500E
Use of MVR500W modules with remote local button
> *If, on the module terminal board, the
voltage between terminals BP and N is
over 20 V, add a D600V diode as close as
D600V
to theprevents
module.
Thepossible
D600V accessory
the return to pilot wire
of a local control.
(*) In case of remote button, add a D600V if the voltage
across the BP and N terminals of MVR500W
is above 20 V.
Up movement
B
Remote control with
a single button
G
W
R12M
Down movement
Remote control
with 2 buttons
D600V
addition of a D600V
as close as possible to MVR500E *
addition of a D600V
as close as possible to MVR500E *
W
W
Up movement
R12M
Local control with
a single button
Down movement
Local control
with 2 buttons
Up movement
W
Down movement
W
O
WP L N F
D600V
Remote control with
a single button
R
O
WP L N F
R
N
PILOT WIRE
L
INTERMEDIATE POSITION STORAG
DAILY SCHEDULER
To do so, completely close shutter, open it and then take it to the desired
intermediate position. Make 5 short presses to store the position.
daily opening and closing times can be scheduled. To do so, at the DESIRED TIME, make:
- 8 presses to store the closing time
- 9 presses to store the opening time
- 7 presses to store the intermediate position time
NOTE: In case of power supply failure, MVR500W deletes all scheduled values; it will thus be necessary to
repeat the configuration to the desired times. As an alternative, you can connect an external time switch or a
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From this moment onwards, when shutter is closed, open or in any other
position, 2 short presses will be enough to take it back to the
stored position.
541-0026
230V
50Hz
D600V
R12M
W = white wire
B = brown wire
R = red wire
G = green wire
R
D600V
R
L
 ACCESSORIES
D600V
BEDROOM AREA
Up
movement
L
Down
movement
R12M
––Allows converting both upward and downward
movement information from a double
pushbutton on the same wire.
––Dimensions (mm):
width 10 × height 14 × depth 6
R12M
Room 2
L
Room 3
D600V
Room 1
L
D600V
Living room
east
L
D600V
D600V
D600V
L
D600V
––Prevents the return to pilot wire
of a local control.
L
Bathroom
MVR500E / R12M
Wiring of several shutter modules MVR500E on a single twin button
SD542- CONTROLLING ONE WINDOW SHUTTER WITH
SD542- CONTROLLING SEVERAL
WINDOW SHUTTERS WITH
MVR500E
0028 A 24 VDC MOTOR
0027 ONE DOUBLE PUSHBUTTON (NOT INTERLOCKED)
Piloting of a shutter with 24 V motor
Up movement
B
G
W
R12M
Down movement
W = white wire
B = brown wire
G = green wire
DAILY SCHEDULER
Daily opening and closing times can be scheduled.
To do so, at the DESIRED TIME, make:
- 8 presses to store the closing time
- 9 presses to store the opening time
- 7 presses to store the intermediate position time
O
F O
N F Oit will thus
N F O all scheduled
L N failure,
WP Lvalues;
WP L deletes
WP L NInFcase
NOTE:
of powerWP
supply
MVR500W
be necessary to repeat the configuration to the desired times.
As an alternative, you can connect an external time switch or a twilight sensor through
accessory CVI34 (Part no. 5454806).
L
R1
IMPORTANT
N
Installer configuration enabling:
23 short presses
IMPORTANT
Installer configuration lock:
21 short presses
Installer configuration enabling:
23 short presses
NOTE: In case of power supply failure, MVR500W deletes all scheduled values; it will thus
be necessary to repeat the configuration to the desired times.
As an alternative, you can connect an external time switch or a twilight sensor through
accessory CVI34 (Part no. 5454806).
Installer configuration lock:
230 V
50 Hz
L
M
R2
24 Vcc
motor
21 short presses
SD541-0027
DAILY SCHEDULER
Daily opening and closing times can be scheduled.
To do so, at the DESIRED TIME, make:
- 8 presses to store the closing time
- 9 presses to store the opening time
- 7 presses to store the intermediate position time
Conversion from
230 V to 24 Vcc
N
R1
R2
L
Up
movement
B
Down G
movement
W
R12M
R1 and R2:
Relay with 230 V coil
Contact: with diverter, 10 A
WP L N F O
SD541-0028
L
W = white wire
B = brown wire
G = green wire
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MVR500E
Three-phase: shutter centralisation with REL1C accessories
SD542THREE-PHASE: SHUTTER CENTRALISATION WITH REL1C ACCESSORY
3031
Shutter
Shutter
230V
50Hz
230V
50Hz
230V
50Hz
N
L3
N
L2
N
L1
Centralised
twin button
Shutter
Up movement
B
Local
button
R12M
G
W
Local
button
REL1C
C2 C1 A2 A1 BP
Down movement
LN
NL
230V
50Hz
Local
button
REL1C
CVI34
L
REL1C
WP L N F O
WP L N F O
WP L N F O
MVR500E
MVR500E
MVR500E
IMPORTANT
SD541-3031
W = white wire
B = brown wire
G = green wire
REL1C
Installer configuration enabling:
Installer configuration lock:
23 short presses
21 short presses
The REL1C accessory is a relay with a 230V~ coil and 230V~, 1A
contact; it can be used for shutter centralisation in three-phase systems.
SD542THREE-PHASE: SHUTTER UNIT CENTRALISATION WITH REL1C ACCESSORY
3036
MVR500E
Three-phase: shutter unit centralisation with REL1C accessories
Unit on L1
Unit on L2
LN
NL
230V
50Hz
WP L N F O
WP L N F O
MVR500E
MVR500E
W Local
button
WP L N F O
Local
button
MVR500E
WP L N F O
MVR500E
R
L2
L3
REL1C
REL1C
REL1C
P2
MVR500E
WP L N F O
Local
button
MVR500E
Shutter
WP L N F O
WP L N F O
MVR500E
MVR500E
WP L N F O
MVR500E
Shutter
WP L N F O
WP L N F O
MVR500E
MVR500E
MVR500E
Unit on L1
IMPORTANT
Up movement
Up movement
Down movement
WP L N F O
Local
button
WP L N F O
WP L N F O
WP L N F O
MVR500E
MVR500E
MVR500E
Unit on L2
REL1C
Installer configuration enabling:
Installer configuration lock:
•
23 short presses
21 short presses
The REL1C accessory is a relay with a 230V~ coil and 230V~, 1A
contact; it can be used for shutter centralisation in three-phase systems.
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Shutter
Shutter
NN
L
L3
NN
L
L2
Local
button
Shutter
230V
50Hz
230V
50Hz
NN
L
L1
W = white wire
B = brown wire
R = red wire
G = green wire
Shutter
Local
button
WP L N F O
WP L N F O
MVR500E
MVR500E
WP L N F O
MVR500E
Unit on L3
SD541-3036
230V
50Hz
Shutter
Up movement
Shutter
Down movement
Shutter
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WP L N F O
P3
Down movement
P1
PILOT WIRES
L1
Shutter
NN
L
L3
Up movement
C2 C1 A2 A1 BP
Down movement
Shutter
230V
50Hz
Down movement
W
Shutter
Shutter
NN
L
L2
Up movement
Down movement
G
Unit on L3
Shutter
230V
50Hz
NN
L
L1
R12M
CVI 34
B
Shutter
230V
50Hz
Up movement
L
Shutter
Up movement
Centralised
twin button
Shutter
Down movement
Shutter
RADIO: WINDOW SHUTTER MODULE
Compatible loads > page 44 - 71
 RADIO FEATURES
230 V~ (+10% -15%) - 50 Hz
Power
3-wire motor
230 V~, 2 A max. 500 VA
Consumption
< 1 VA - < 0,3W
Ambient temp.
- 20 °C +50 °C
Relative humidity
from 0 to 70%
- In the same room < 100 sq. m
- 250 m in free field without obstacles
(Radio range is reduced by metal items, walls or
partitions)
Frequency:
If the LED is not blinking this does not indicate a
battery fault, but a failed radio transmission.
230 V~ (+10% -15%) - 50 Hz
Power
2,4 GHz
Transmission: T
wo-way with notification LED on
transmitter.
TECHNICAL FEATURES
 MVR500MRP - MVR500MRPX
Network voltage
Range:
Motore 3 o 4 fili
230 V~, 2 A max. 500 VA
Consumption
0,77 W - 3,2 VA
Ambient temp.
- 20 °C +50 °C
Relative humidity
Data are saved in case of a power failure.
RADIO: window
shutter module
RADIO: window
shutter module
with external
aerial
RADIO: window
shutter module
RADIO: window
shutter module
with external
aerial
Model
Item
number
P.
MVR500ERP
5454467
19
MVR500ERPX 5454468
19
MVR500MRP 5454469
19
MVR500MRPX 5454470
19
Dimensions (mm)
17,5
 MORE...
5-year warranty
from 0 to 70%
4
5
6
1
2
3
80
Network voltage
 ITEM NUMBER TABLE
FLUSH-MOUNTED
500 RANGE
80
TECHNICAL FEATURES
 MVR500ERP - MVR500ERPX
Test pushbutton
Radio Quick Guide Installation > pagina 57
Aerial
Cable length: 250 mm
SYSTEM DIAGRAMS
SD542COMBINED RADIO AND WIRED WIRING
0029
 EASY CONNECTION
onnection from receiver MVR500ERP with Yokis radio
C
transmitters (direct connection)
1
.92
1(0
step
E5
On the transmitter, quickly touch the pushbutton you wish to connect for 5
times. The transmitter LED will start blinking quickly for 30 seconds, indicating
that it is waiting for a connection.
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If the connection is successful, the receiver LED blinks once and the transmitter
LED stops blinking.
,OCALCOMMANDWITH
DOUBLEPUSHBUTTON
NOTINTERLOCKED
Warning! The receiver must be powered.
SD542Applicazioni RADIO: MVR500ER
RADIO ONLY WIRING
0030
Schema di cablaggio solo radio
DA RICORDARE
CAN BE DONE WITH ALL YOKIS
TRANSMITTERS
Example: with TLC4CP and 1 TLC8CP
step
WHILE the transmitter LED is blinking, insert the tip of a pencil in the "connect"
hole on the receiver (located on the back of the casing) and press lightly.
1«
4/
nd
Applicazioni RADIO: MVR500ER
SD542- COMBINED WIRED AND
RADIO SYSTEM
Schema di cablaggio misto filare radio
0031 DIAGRAM
CAN BE DONE WITH ALL YOKIS TRANSMITTERS
Realizzabile con qualsiasi trasmettitore Yokis
Esempio con trasmettitore TLC2C
Example: with 1 TLC4CP
N
L
N
L
MVR500ERP
R1
R1
250m
Local
pushbutton
E5
R1
TLC4CP
250m
250m
E5
E5
TLC4CP
No more cables to pull with the Yokis
local and centralised remote controls.
SD541-0030
TLC8CP
The shutter can be controlled both through
wired button and remote control.
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CV
Radio piloting, from an automatic
SD542RADIO CONTROL, FROM AN AUTOMATIC CONTACT, OF ONE OR SEVERAL WINDOW SHUTTERS
6303
POSSIBLE CONFIGURATION
Clock, dusk sensor,
anemometer, etc.
contact
The connection diagram, with 2 REL1C,
piloting shutter up movement upon co
opening.
LN
To reverse controls, namely to pilot shu
movement upon contact closing, just swa
CVR12 module.
Temporary pushbuttons
for configuration
BP L N F O
A single REL1C can also be connected:
(connecting left-hand REL1C only to bro
(connecting right-hand REL1C to green w
N
N
If just one out of the two REL1C has bee
described in the procedure below.
CVR12
REL1C
Connecting the brown wire and defining
1 - Connect a temporary pushbutton to
2 - Apply 5 short presses. The LED will fla
3 - While the LED is flashing, press the "c
4 - The receiver relay will switch for confir
5 - If other MVR500ER are present, repea
6 - Apply 10 short presses on brown chan
7 - While the LED is flashing, apply 3 pre
mode. The LED will flash 3 times for co
REL1C
Shutter
Shutter
230V ~
N
230V ~
N
L
R
MOTEUVA
Maxi.500
O
F
230Vz
50H
N
L
Connecting the green wire and defining
1 - Connect a temporary pushbutton to
2 - Apply 5 short presses. The LED will fla
3 - While the LED is flashing, press the "c
4 - The receiver relay will switch for confir
5 - If other MVR500ER are present, repea
6 - Apply 10 short presses on green chan
7 - While the LED is flashing, apply 4 pres
mode. The LED will flash 4 times for co
L
Cde
BP
R
MOTEUVA
230V 50Hz
in France
io Made
0 °C
L Rad A µ IP50 ta:4
Palim. <1V
Maxi.500
O
F
230Vz
50H
N
L
Cde
BP
230V 50Hz
in France
io Made
0 °C
L Rad A µ IP50 ta:4
Palim. <1V
MVR500MRP(X) / R12M / D600V
Shutter centralisation with single local button
SD542SHUTTER CENTRALISATION WITH SINGLE LOCAL BUTTON
0033
Additional
radio control
Additional
radio control
E5
E5
Shutter
Shutter
Local control with
singol pushbutton
Local control with
singol pushbutton
Centralised control
with twin pushbutton
(not interlocked)
Down
movement
V1
the
trol.
M
R12M
Up
movement
ry allows
Down
n button
ire.
B
1
2
3
R1
230V
50Hz
B
1
5
ceiver:
e button of the
ect.
ng, make 1 press
PILOT WIRE
B = white wire
Compatible also with local double pushbuttons (not interlocked), using R12M
M =converters.
brown wire
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R = red wire
V1 = green wire
B
R
4
6
N
L
patible with the RADIO
MRP(X).
3
R1
R
4
2
5
6
RADIO: RADIO INTEGRATION ON WIRED MODULES
Compatible loads > page 44 - 71
SD542- CENTRALISATION OF 500 RANGE AND OF 2000 RANGE (WIRED AND RADIO)
2010 ON THE SAME PILOT WIRE
M
B
DRIVER WIRE 2000
L
N
D600V
L
N
D600V
D600V
D600V
R
DRIVER WIRE 500
D600V
Double
pushbutton
(not interlocked)
C2 C1 A2 A1 BP
R12M
D600V
V1
C2 C1 N L BP
L
B
N
L
N
Lighting circuit No.1
Local pushbutton
TLC2C
L
C2 C1 A2 A1 BP
L
N
Local
pushbutton
C2 C1 A2 A1 BP
Local
pushbutton
Lighting circuit No.2
Lighting circuit No.3
Lighting circuit No.n
Local pushbutton
500 RANGE
MTR
MTT
MTV
MTVT
Lighting circuit No.1
2000 RANGE
L
500 RANGE
MTR
MTT
MTV
MTVT
Lighting circuit No.2
Lighting circuit No.n
500 RANGE
B = white wire
M = brown wire
R = red wire
V1 = green wire
SD542ADDING RADIO PILOTING TO A CENTRALISATIONMVR500E
WITH PILOT WIRE
6302
Adding radio piloting to a centralisation with pilot wire
, has
CONFIGURATION IN PULSE MODE
>O
n transmitter:
1. Access the Configuration Menu: 10 short
presses.
2. Switch to pulse mode: 16 short presses.
The receiver will operate with a 0.5 second
contact pulse.
ent)
N
itter
L
BP
local
D600V
W
Local control
with twin button
L
R
Up movement
B
G
Down movement
O
WP L N F
W
R12M
PILOT WIRES
230V ~
N L
N L BP
C2 C1
W
B
R12M
W = white wire
B = brown wire
R = red wire
G = green wire
Right
button
V
230V ~
N L
Left
button
N L BP
C2 C1
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RADIO: TRANSMITTERS
 ITEM NUMBER TABLE
 RADIO FEATURES
Description
Range:
- In the same room < 100 sq. m
- 250 m in free field without obstacles
(Range is reduced by metal items, walls or
partitions)
Frequency:
2,4 GHz
Transmission: Two-way with notification LED on
transmitter.
If the LED is not blinking this does not
indicate a battery fault, but a failed radio
transmission.
Battery: CR2032 lithium
Battery medium duration: 5 anni
The battery can be replaced by opening the
case with a flat-head screwdriver.
All data is saved.
 TECHNICAL FEATURES
Max number of receivers per channel
- direct mode
4
- "Radio bus" mode
unlimited
Operating temperature
-10 °C +50 °C
Protection
Item number
maximum 70%
2-channel transmitter for pushbuttons, flush-mounted
E2BPP
5454413
21
2-channel transmitter for pushbuttons, flush-mounted
with external aerial
E2BPPX
5454414
21
4-channel transmitter for pushbuttons, flush-mounted
E4BPP
5454427
21
4-channel transmitter for pushbuttons, flush-mounted
with external aerial
E4BPPX
5454428
21
4-pushbutton remote control
TLC4CP
5454425
21
8-pushbutton remote control
TLC8CP
5454423
21
Support for TLC4CP / TLC8CP remote controls
SUPPORT TLC
5454082
21
8-pushbutton flat remote control
GALET8TP
5454424
21
8-pushbutton deluxe flat remote control
GALETBOISP
5454426
21
Wall-mounted 1-pushbutton remote control
TLM1T503
5454600
21
Wall-mounted 2-pushbutton remote control
TLM2T503
5454601
21
Wall-mounted 4-pushbutton remote control
TLM4T503
5454602
21
Using both channels is not
necessary. It is possible to
use a single channel with one
pushbutton.
With MTR2000ERP receivers, it
is also possible to use switches
rather than pushbuttons.
80
Dimensions (mm)
E2BPP
E2BPPX
E4BPP
E4BPPX
On all transmitters, the LED
comes on only if the radio
transmission was successful.
E2BPP / E2BPPX
E4BPP / E4BPPX
 EASY CONNECTION
Aerial
Cable length: 250 mm
40
Connection of transmitters with Yokis radio receivers (direct connection)
Warning! The receiver must be powered.
74
1
Page
SD542WIRING PRINCIPLE
0032
IP54
Relative humidity
Model
step
E5
On the transmitter, quickly touch the
pushbutton you wish to connect for 5 times.
The transmitter LED will start blinking quickly
for 30 seconds, indicating that it is waiting for
a connection.
15
TLC4CP
st
TLC8CP
2
nd
step
R1
WHILE the transmitter LED is blinking, insert the
tip of a pencil in the "connect" hole on the receiver
(located on the back of the casing) and press lightly.
If the connection is successful, the receiver LED
blinks once and the transmitter LED stops blinking.
80
80
IMPORTANT
80
80
> With the MTR2000ERP(X) and the MTR2000MRP(X) modules, the E2BPP(X) and the E4BPP(X)
transmitters can be wired behind a pushbutton or a switch:
GALET8TP
GALETBOISP
TLM1T45
TLM2T45
TLM4T45
>E
very pushbutton can control up to 4 receivers in direct mode.
> In Radio bus mode, every pushbutton can control an unlimited number of receivers, as long as the
receivers are interconnected.
> It is not possible to use pushbuttons equipped with light indicators.
 MORE...
5-year
warranty
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WARNING, program the transmitter in "instant" mode before connecting it to the switch.
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Yokis radio modules produce radiation 10,000 times weaker than that of a mobile phone.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
A
Page
Receiver/transmitter connection - Direct mode ............................................................................... 58
Radio Bus - Quick guide (manual setting) ................................... ............................................................... 60
B
"Radio bus" mode ............................................................................................................................................................ 61
C
Groups of receivers on "Radio bus" ............................................................................................................. 63
D
Pushbutton and transmitter duplication .................................................................................................. 64
E
Range extension with "Radio bus" ................................................................................................................ 65
F
Centralised control on "Radio bus" ............................................................................................................... 66
G
Pushbutton functions .................................................................................................................................................... 67
H
Transmitter configuration summary .............................................................................................................. 68
I
Receiver configuration summary ...................................................................................................................... 69
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YOKIS RADIO QUICK INSTALLATION GUIDE
RECEIVER/TRANSMITTER CONNECTION
DIRECT MODE
A
To control one or more receivers with a transmitter pushbutton, a logic "connection" must be established between transmitter and
receiver(s). Once this connection has been established, the transmitter LED will blink once when the pushbutton is pressed (when the
"pushbutton pressed" command is transmitted) and will blink a second time when the pushbutton is released (when the "pushbutton
released" command is transmitted"). The control is identical to that of a wired pushbutton. Thus, the receiver can be configured with
configuration touches as if this action was being performed on the wired pushbutton of the receiver.
Each transmitter pushbutton can control up to 4 receivers in direct mode. If several receivers are memorised on the same pushbutton, the
control is centralised: all connected receivers are controlled simultaneously.
In this case, the LED will blink only when the pushbutton is pressed (and will not blink when it is released). Moreover, the LED only blinks
if the radio transmission is correct. This means that, if the LED does not blink, it is necessary to verify that all receivers connected to this
pushbutton are within the range of the radio control (i.e., in the same room having a maximum surface area of 100 sq. metres). Some of
the receivers memorised on one pushbutton may no longer exist or may have been replaced. In this case, apply 21 short touches on the
transmitter pushbutton to delete the incorrect radio connections (WARNING: carry out this operation when all receivers are within the
range of the transmitter, otherwise they will be deleted).
A-1
CONNECTING A TRANSMITTER TO A RECEIVER
Apply 5 short touches on the transmitter pushbutton E5 then, while its LED blinks, press "connect" on the receiver R1 .
Note: to connect another receiver to the same pushbutton, repeat the above procedure (up to 4 receivers per pushbutton).
A-1a
Connecting the pushbutton of a transmitter to a receiver
A-1b
Connecting the pushbutton of a transmitter to three receivers
E5
E5
R1
Possible with all Yokis
transmitters
Led
E5
Led
Connect
Connect
Possible with all
Yokis receivers
R1
E5
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
R1
Led
Connect
R1
Led
Connect
The receivers will be controlled
simultaneously. Maximum 4
receivers. Unlimited number with
"Radio bus" (see § B-1)
A-1c
Connecting several transmitters to the same receiver
E5
Led
Connect
R1
R1
R1
E5
E5
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Unlimited number of
transmitters
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Led
Connect
A-2
TESTING THE CORRECT CONNECTION OF A TRANSMITTER TO A RECEIVER
Press the transmitter pushbutton once to control the receiver. The LED on the transmitter and on the receiver will blink to confirm that the
radio transmission was successful. The LED will blink a first time when the pushbutton is pressed and a second time when the pushbutton is
released. If the LED does not blink, the transmitter and the receiver may be too distant; step closer to the receiver until the LED blinks. If the
LED still does not blink, apply 21 short touches on the pushbutton of the transmitter to delete any wrong radio connections.
WARNING: the radio range may be reduced and/or the modules may not work correctly due to the presence of metallic elements near
the transmitters or receivers and with radio interferences caused by GSM aerials or transmitters using 2.4 GHz frequencies.
A-2a
LED blinking when a receiver is controlled with a transmitter pushbutton
Led
Led
Connect
Connect
A-3
DISCONNECTING A TRANSMITTER FROM A RECEIVER
Apply 5 short touches on the transmitter pushbutton E5 then, while the LED blinks, press "connect" on the receiver R1 .
Note: The procedure is identical to the connection procedure.
A-3a
Disconnecting the pushbutton of a transmitter from a receiver
A-3b
Disconnecting the pushbutton of a transmitter from
2 out of 3 receivers. Only one out of 3 receivers
remains connected
Led
Connect
E5
R1
Led
Led
Connect
Connect
E5
E5
Led
Connect
R1
A-4
Led
Connect
R1
Led
Connect
REPLACING A RECEIVER
Apply 5 short touches on the transmitter pushbutton E5 then, while the LED blinks, press "connect" on the new receiver R1 .
Apply 21 short touches on the transmitter pushbutton E21 to delete the connection with the old receiver.
A-4a
Replacing a receiver with a new one
E5
E21
R1
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
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RADIO BUS – MANUAL SETTING
IT is possible to connect an unlimited number of receivers defining a “Radio bus”. This allows:
• centralising by radio the control of all lights or all window shutters (without the need to wire the pilot wire)
• transmitting a control from a transmitter to a receiver out of its direct range, thanks to the help of other receivers used as “radio links”
• sending controls to "Groups" of receivers belonging to the Radio Bus.
Only Yokis Radio codes are compatible with Radio Bus mode.
Window shutter controls can also be transmitted through the lighting modules, and vice versa. For more information, please visit www.yokis.com website.
The Radio Bus can be automatically set with the new Yokis Pro App and Yokey USB key, or in manual mode, following the 5 steps below:
STEP 1
SETTING RECEIVER MODULES
(If the operation is carried out on a bench, we recommend marking each receiver with a number, so that they can be installed in the system in the pre-set
order)
1) Apply a short press on the first module using the tip of a pencil (or any other sharp object) in the “connect” hole (MTV500ER module has a tab instead of
the hole). The LED at the side will flash while waiting for a connection (the search flash ends after 30 sec.).
2 ) While the LED is blinking, press "connect" on receiver 2.
To confirm the connection, the LED on receiver 2 blinks once and the LED on receiver 1 stops blinking; when the connection is established the relays on the
two receivers switch once.
The connection of the other receivers is performed in the same manner, by pairing receiver 2 to receiver 3, receiver 3 to receiver 4 and so on, repeating
operations 1 and 2.
Note: The connection must not necessarily follow a linear pattern: all types of interconnections are described on page 62 of Radio Module In-depth Analysis).
STEP 2
CONNECTING THE TRANSMITTER PUSHBUTTON TO THE CLOSEST RECEIVER
(We recommend connecting the transmitter to the closest receiver, to prevent range issues)
1) Apply 5 short presses on the transmitter pushbutton selected for the centralised control.
2) While the transmitter LED is flashing, apply a short press on the “connect” pushbutton of the receiver.
Note: Since E2BPP(X) e E4BPP(X) flush-mounted transmitters are not equipped with pushbuttons, they are associated to the receivers (and are programmed) by carrying out short pulses
between the common wire (WHITE) and the coloured wire of the selected channel. For these procedures, it is very handy to use a pushbutton of any series wired to the transmitter.
STEP 3
PROGRAMMING “RADIO BUS MODE” ON TRANSMITTER PUSHBUTTON
Now the pushbutton just connected operates in “direct mode” (i.e. it only controls the paired module), therefore the following programming must be carried
out to make the control work on all modules of the Radio Bus:
1) Make 10 short presses on the transmitter pushbutton (Configuration menu). The transmitter LED will flash quickly.
2) As the LED flashes, make 6 short presses on the selected pushbutton.
3) At the end of the presses, the LED will flash 6 times to confirm the configuration.
STEP 4
DEFINING IF CENTRALISATION APPLIES TO: LIGHTS (DEFAULT), WINDOW SHUTTERS OR “LIGHTS AND
SHUTTERS”
By default the centralised pushbutton operates on lighting modules (MTR2000ERP(X), MTR2000MRP(X) and MTV500ER). If the Radio Bus has been made with
these modules only, centralisation is already enabled (skip this Step).
Instead, if the centralised control must pilot window shutter modules MVR500ERP(X) and MVR500MRP(X), or lights and shutters* at the same time, you have to:
1) Make 10 short presses on a transmitter pushbutton (Configuration menu). The transmitter LED will blink quickly.
2) While the LED is flashing, make 11 presses (for window shutters) or 20 presses (lights and shutters*) on the selected pushbutton.
3) At the end of the presses, the LED will flash once (for shutters) or 20 times (lights and shutters*) to confirm the configuration.
*Version 5 modules only
STEP 5
(OPTIONAL) DEFINING THE PUSHBUTTON FUNCTION
It is possible to provide a further programming to the centralised control to obtain a particular function (e.g. make the shutter perform down movement and
stop only, or make lights switch-off only, etc.).
All transmitter functions can be programmed by switching to configuration mode with 10 short presses and applying the number of presses indicated in the
configuration summary table (on page 68) to the pushbutton.
IMPORTANT NOTES
Contrary to the direct mode, the Radio BUS depends on the 50Hz frequency of 230Vac power supply of the receivers. Therefore, if the receivers are
connected to different phases or if phase inversion occurs even on one receiver only, then a delay in the ms order is introduced so that the receivers
do not work at all or work in anomalous way: they flash before switching on/off, one (or several) receivers remain on/off, etc.
To solve this issue, simply connect the receivers to the same phase by respecting phase/neutral polarity.
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YOKIS RADIO QUICK INSTALLATION GUIDE
"RADIO BUS"
MODE
B
It is possible to connect an unlimited number of receivers defining a "Radio bus". This allows:
-
sending controls to "Groups" of receivers belonging to the "Radio bus" (see § C);
-
transmitting a control from a transmitter to a receiver out of its direct range (see § E);
-
centralise the control of all lights or all window shutters (see § F).
All receivers (MTR2000ERP - MTV500ER - MVR500ERP) are compatible with the "Radio bus".
Window shutter controls can also be transmitted through the lighting modules, and viceversa.
Connections are bi-directional and can be organised in a linear, star or mesh network.
B-1
CONNECTING TWO RECEIVERS TO DEFINE THE "RADIO BUS"
Apply one short touch on "connect" on receiver 1. Its LED starts blinking. R1
While the LED is blinking, press "connect" on receiver 2. R1
To confirm the connection, the LED on receiver 2 blinks once and the LED on receiver 1 stops blinking; when the connection is established the
relays on the two receivers switch once.
Note: during this phase, the range of each device is half its normal value, so as to guarantee the correct future operation of the "Radio bus".
B-1a
Radio bus between four receivers
Led
Connect
R1
R1
Led
Connect
R1
R1
Led
Connect
R1
R1
Possible with all
Yokis receivers
B-2
Led
Connect
Unlimited number
of receivers on
Radio bus
DISCONNECTING TWO SPECIFIC RECEIVERS
Apply 6 short touches on "connect" on receiver 1 R6
and when the LED blinks 6 times, press on "connect" on receiver 2 R1
B-2a
B-3
Eliminating a connection
Led
Led
Connect
Connect
R6
R1
Led
Led
Connect
Connect
ELIMINATING ALL CONNECTIONS OF A SPECIFIC RECEIVER
Press "connect" for over 3 seconds on the receiver you wish to completely "disconnect" from the "radio bus". The LED blinks once and all
connections with the receiver are deleted. If necessary, repeat on other receivers.
B-3a
Eliminating all connections of all receivers
Led
Connect
>3"
Led
Connect
>3"
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
>3"
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B-4
POSSIBLE CONNECTIONS
Unlimited number of receivers on Radio bus. All receivers are compatible with each other
B-4a
Linear connections (unlimited number)
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
B-4b
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Star connections: unlimited number of interconnected stars, up to 7 connections on a single receiver
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
B-4c
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Mixed connections (unlimited number)
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Led
Connect
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Led
Connect
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
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GROUPS of receivers
on "Radio bus"
C
Once the "Radio bus" has been defined as illustrated in § B, a few receivers can be "grouped" together so that they respond
simultaneously to certain commands.
For instance, if 5 lighting receivers have been interconnected on the "Radio bus", it is possible to define a group made of 3 receivers and
a group made with the remaining two. In this way, certain controls will switch on simultaneously the first three lights, while other controls
will switch on simultaneously the remaining two lights.
Any command received from a receiver that is part of one group is automatically transmitted to all other members of the group through
the "Radio bus". This applies not only to radio controls, but also to any controls received from a wired pushbutton connected to one of
the receivers in the group.
C-1
GROUPING SEVERAL RECEIVERS AND CONNECTING ONE PUSHBUTTON TO THE GROUP
To create the Group:
Apply 4 short touches on the "connect" pushbutton on receiver 1: the LED blinks quickly 4 times R4 .
Then, quickly press "connect" once on receiver 2 .
R1
The LEDS on both receivers will blink 4 times and the relevant relays will be switched. Now the two receivers are part of the same group.
Repeat the same procedure to add other receivers to the group.
To add a transmitter pushbutton to the Group:
Apply 5 short touches on the transmitter pushbutton
E5
then, while its LED blinks, press "connect" on any receiver in the group (usually the one closest to the transmitter).
R1
Repeat the same procedure to connect other pushbuttons.
Note: the Group creation procedure automatically creates a "Radio bus" if this was not previously created.
C-1a
Grouping 2 receivers and connecting one pushbutton to the group
E5
R1
R4
Led
Connect
R1
It is possible to group
an unlimited number of
receivers
Possible with all
Yokis receivers
Possible with all Yokis
transmitters
C-1b
Led
Led
Connect
Connect
Grouping 3 receivers and connecting 2 pushbuttons to the group
E5
R1
Led
Led
Connect
Connect
R4
R1
Led
Connect
R4
R1
Led
Connect
R1
Several transmitters,
connected to
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tcennof
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allow controlling simultaneously all
receivers in the Group
C-1c
E5
A battery-less transmitter can be used to control a group of receivers.
Led
Connect
R4
R1
Led
Connect
R4
The local control of the wired pushbutton is sent
to all receivers in the Group.
R1
Led
Connect
Unlimited number of receivers.
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YOKIS RADIO QUICK INSTALLATION GUIDE
Pushbutton and transmitter
DUPLICATION
D
D-1
DUPLICATION OF ONE PUSHBUTTON (FIRST CONNECTION ONLY)
Apply 5 short touches on the new pushbutton E5 .
While the LED blinks, press for over 3 seconds the pushbutton you wish to duplicate >3" .
The LED will blink once to confirm duplication.
This operation can be performed between two pushbuttons on the same transmitter, as well as between two pushbuttons on different transmitters.
Warning: if the pushbutton you wish to duplicate was programmed with several connections, the duplication will take into account only the first connection.
Moreover, the new pushbutton will be configured as a toggle (function no. 1), regardless of the function of the original pushbutton.
D-1a
D-1b
Duplication of one pushbutton on the same transmitter
+
Possible with all Yokis
transmitters
Led
>3"
E5
Duplication of one pushbutton on another transmitter
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Connect
E5
>3"
Led
Connect
+
New transmitter
D-2
Current transmitter
DUPLICATION OF ONE PUSHBUTTON BETWEEN TWO TRANSMITTERS (ALL CONNECTIONS)
On the new transmitter:
Apply 10 short touches on any pushbutton on the transmitter (Configuration menu M ).
The transmitter LED will blink quickly.
As the LED blinks, apply 12 short touches on the desired pushbutton 12 . The LED blinks while waiting for the duplication process to
complete (approximately 30 seconds).
On the original transmitter:
Apply 10 short touches on any pushbutton on the transmitter (Configuration menu M ). The transmitter LED will blink quickly.
As the LED blinks, apply 13 short touches on the pushbutton you wish to duplicate 13 . The LED blinks during data transfer, then turns off.
This can be done with two pushbuttons on different transmitters.
Warning: if the pushbutton you wish to duplicate was programmed with several connections, the duplication will take into account all connections. The new
pushbutton will be configured as a toggle (function no. 1), regardless of the function of the original pushbutton.
D-3
DUPLICATION OF ONE TRANSMITTER
On the new transmitter:
Apply 10 short touches on any pushbutton on the transmitter (Configuration menu M ).
The transmitter LED will blink quickly.
As the LED blinks,
apply 14 short touches on any pushbutton 14 .
The LED blinks while waiting for the duplication process to complete (approximately 30 seconds).
On the existing transmitter:
Apply 10 short touches on any pushbutton on the transmitter (Configuration menu M ).
The transmitter LED will blink quickly.
As the LED blinks,
apply 14 short touches on any pushbutton 14 .
The LED blinks while waiting for the duplication process to complete (approximately 1 second).
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M 14
Led
Connect
Current transmitter
Possible with all Yokis
transmitters
YOKIS RADIO QUICK INSTALLATION GUIDE
Range extension with
"RADIO BUS"
E
If the receiver is out of the transmitter's range, it is possible to place intermediate additional receivers between the transmitter and the
receiver. With the interconnection of receivers allowed by the "Radio bus", the transmitter will reach and control the receiver.
First, it is necessary to establish a connection between the transmitter and the out-of-range receiver that you wish to control (see § A-1).
Then, create a "Radio bus" between all receivers (see § B-1 creation of a "Radio bus"). Finally, define any receiver on the "Radio bus" as
the access point for the transmitter: through the receiver, the transmitter will send its control over the "Radio bus".
To sum up, the transmitter tries to communicate directly with the receiver, but in case this is not possible, it goes through its access point
on the "Radio bus", thus reaching the receiver indirectly.
E-1
DEFINITION OF AN "ACCESS POINT" TO THE "RADIO BUS"
Apply 7 short touches on any transmitter pushbutton E7 .
The LED will blink slowly (every second).
As the LED blinks, press "connect" on the receiver that will act as access point R1
(use the receiver that is closest to the transmitter).
Up to 8 access point per transmitter are allowed.
E-1a
Range extension with the addition of one receiver
- Connect the transmitter pushbutton to the receiver you wish to control E5 R1 see § A-1a
- Interconnect the two receivers via "Radio bus", R1 R1 see § B
- Define the new intermediate receiver as access point E7 R1 .
E7
E5
E-1b
R1
Led
Led Connect
Connect
R1
R1
Led
Connect
Definition of an access point to send three controls via "Radio bus" to three receivers
In this example, the following configurations have already been implemented:
- Connections between three transmitter pushbuttons and three receivers E5 R1 see § A-1a
- Receiver interconnection on "Radio bus", R1 R1 see § B.
E7
R1
Led
Led Connect
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Receiver set as
access point
Previously established
connections between
transmitter pushbuttons and
receivers to be controlled
(see § A-1a)
E-2
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
DELETING THE "ACCESS POINTS" ON A TRANSMITTER
Apply 10 short touches on any pushbutton on the transmitter (Configuration menu M ).
The transmitter LED will blink quickly.
M 24
As the LED blinks,
apply 24 short touches on any pushbutton 24 .
The LED blinks 4 times to confirm deletion of all access points.
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F
Centralised control on "Radio bus"
To create a centralisation:
-
group the receivers together by creating a "Radio bus" (see § B-1);
-
connect the transmitter pushbutton to the closest receiver (see § A-1);
-
configure the pushbutton to send a centralised control (§ F-1).
-
for window shutter centralisation, indicate that the centralised control is for window shutters (§ F-2), otherwise it will control
lighting by default.
-
Specify the function of the centralised pushbutton: toggle, on, off, up, down, memory, intermediate position (see § G-1)
The "Radio bus" will then forward the control to all interconnected receivers.
F-1
CONFIGURATION OF ONE PUSHBUTTON OF THE TRANSMITTER FOR ONE CENTRALISED CONTROL
Apply 10 short touches on any pushbutton on the transmitter (Configuration menu M ).
The transmitter LED will blink quickly.
As the LED blinks, apply 6 short touches on the pushbutton you wish to configure 6 .
The LED blinks 6 times to confirm pushbutton centralised mode.
F-1a
Centralised control of three receivers
E5
M 6
R1
Led
Led
Connect
Connect
R1
R1
Led
Connect
R1
R1
Led
Connect
R1
The transmitter pushbutton
controls all receivers of the
same type on the "Radio
Bus" (lighting - default window shutters).
F-2
All receivers will be
controlled simultaneously.
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WINDOW SHUTTER CENTRALISATION SETTING
After following the procedure in § F-1
apply 10 short touches on any pushbutton on the transmitter (Configuration menu M ).
The transmitter LED will blink quickly.
As the LED blinks,
apply 11 short touches on the pushbutton you wish to configure 11 .
The LED blinks 1 time to confirm that the centralisation will be applied to Window shutter modules.
F-3
M 10
RETURN TO PUSHBUTTON DIRECT MODE
Apply 10 short touches on any pushbutton on the transmitter (Configuration menu M ).
The transmitter LED will blink quickly.
As the LED blinks,
apply 5 short touches on the pushbutton you wish to configure 5 .
The LED blinks 5 times to confirm pushbutton direct mode.
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RETURN TO CENTRALISATION FOR LIGHTING (DEFAULT)
Apply 10 short touches on any pushbutton on the transmitter (Configuration menu M ).
The transmitter LED will blink quickly.
As the LED blinks,
apply 10 short touches on the pushbutton you wish to configure 10 .
The LED blinks 10 times to confirm that the centralisation will be applied to Lighting modules.
F-4
E5
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YOKIS RADIO QUICK INSTALLATION GUIDE
G
Pushbutton functions
Each transmitter pushbutton can be configured to control one out of four possible functions.
The most common function is no. 1: toggle control. If the control is sent to a receiver for lighting, the lights will be switched on or off
every time the pushbutton is pressed. On window shutter receivers, the shutters will move upwards, stop and move downwards.
Three more functions are available: switch-on/upward movement (function no. 3, switch-off/downward movement (function no. 4) or recall
of a saved lighting level or window shutter position value (function no. 2). The latter allows to recreate pre-established scenarios.
G-1
CONFIGURATION OF PUSHBUTTON FUNCTIONS
Apply 10 short touches on any pushbutton on the transmitter (Configuration menu M ).
The transmitter LED will blink quickly.
As the LED blinks, apply short touches on the pushbutton you wish to configure (see table below).
To confirm pushbutton configuration, the LED blinks as many times as the touches applied.
Number of
touches
Configurations
1
Toggle
3
100% lighting (lights)
3
Up / stop (window shutters)
4
Complete switch-off (lights)
4
Down / stop (window shutters)
2
Memory recall (lights)
2
Intermediate position (window shutters)
Note: pushbutton functions can be configured in Direct mode or in "Radio bus" mode.
G-1a
Configuring a transmitter with a pushbutton for window shutter operation, one for stop and one for intermediate
position.
In this example, the following configurations have already been implemented:
- Connections between transmitter and receiver pushbuttons, E5 R1 see § A-1a
- Interconnection of receivers on "Radio bus", R1 R1 see § B.
- Configuration of each transmitter pushbutton as centralised control, M 6 see § F-1 and § F-2.
M 4
M 3
M 2
- M 3 Operation pushbutton
- M 4 Stop pushbutton
- M 2 Intermediate position pushbutton
Led
Led
Connect
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Led
Connect
Unlimited number of receivers
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Transmitters configuration summary
H
TLC4CP - TLC8CP - GALETP - E2BPP(X) - E4BPP(X) - TLM1T45 - TLM2T45 - TLM4T45
To configure a transmitter, access the Configuration menu by applying
10 short touches on any transmitter pushbutton.
The transmitter LED will blink quickly.
As the LED blinks, apply the requested number of short touches on the pushbutton you wish to configure.
Number
of touches
Configurations
Confirmation
flashes
Pushbutton functions
1
On/off or up/stop/down
1
2
Switch-on memory or Intermediate position
2
3
Switch-on or Up/Stop
3
4
Switch-off or Down/Stop
4
Radio centralisation mode
5
Direct mode
5
6
"Radio bus" mode
6
Products controlled on "Radio bus" by a centralised pushbutton
10
Lighting
10
11
Window shutters
1
20
Window shutter and lighting (function available from transmitters version V5 and later)
20
Copying all pushbutton connections to a pushbutton on a different transmitter
14
Complete transmitter duplication
4
15
Reset to pushbutton default settings
5
16
Contact pulse mode (MTR2000ERP only).
The receiver generates a 0.5-second pulse
6
17
Contact instant mode (or relay) (MTR2000ERP only)
Pressing the transmitter pushbutton activates the receiver.
7
19
Blinking mode (MTR2000ERP and MTV500ER only)
Sends a blinking control (0.5 seconds for 30 seconds)
9
24
Access point reset: deletes all access points to the "Radio bus"
4
25
Remote control reset to default settings:
restores all default settings on the remote control
5
WARNING! With Yokis radio codes, some configurations can be programmed on transmitters and others on receivers
(using a wired button).
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Receiver configuration summary
I
Before setting any configuration, unlock the module with 23 short presses on a pushbutton connected to BP terminal.
The module will lock automatically after 6 hours, or with 21 presses from local pushbutton.
MODULE FUNCTION CONFIGURATION
MTR2000ERP(X) / MTR2000MRP(X)
RADIO: RELAY WITH OPTIONAL TIMED
OPERATION 2000 W RANGE
Number
of touches
1
Configurations
On/Off*
MTV500ER
MVR500ERP(X) / MVR500MRP(X)
RADIO: WINDOW SHUTTER MODULE
RADIO: DIMMER WITH OPTIONAL TIMED
OPERATION 500 W RANGE WITH NEUTRAL
Number
of touches
Number
of touches
Configurations
1
Lights on/ off memory*
2
100% lighting*
11
2 min. timer
3
50% lighting*
12
4 min
4
Minimum lighting*
13
8 min
6
12-hour long timer*
14
15 min
7
Children’s room night light mode*
15
30 min
11
2 minutes timer
16
1 hour
12
4 minutes
17
2 hours
13
8 minutes
14
15 minutes
18
4 hours
15
30 minutes
Configurations
1
Down - Stop - Up*
2
Intermediate position recall*
3
General opening (for
centralisation on three-phase
network)*
4
General closing (for
centralisation on three-phase
network)*
5
Saving current position as
intermediate position*
6
Deleting intermediate
position*
7
Intermediate position time
scheduling*
8
Closing time scheduling*
9
Opening time scheduling*
10
Delete schedules*
12
Definition of lower electronic
limit switch
14
Definition of upper electronic
limit switch
16
Delete electronic limit switches
17
Cancelling of opposite
movement in case of motor
overload (toggle)
19
High/low torque
19
Unlimited timing
16
1 hour
20
Local control from switch
17
2 hours
21
Configuration block
18
4 hours
22
Blinking mode
19
Unlimited timing
23
Configuration release (with
automatic reset after 6
hours)
20
Relay mode
(no dimmer functionality)
21
Configuration block
22
Blinking mode
24
Switch-off notification
ENABLE/DISABLE: 60 s
in minutes mode, 10 s in
seconds mode
23
Configuration release (with automatic reset
after 6 hours)
25
Set duration in seconds
24
Switch-off notification ENABLE/DISABLE: 60
s in minutes mode, 10 s in seconds mode
20
Up and down wire logic
inversion (toggle)
26
Set duration in minutes
25
Set duration in seconds
21
Configuration block
27
Timer/Relay mode
26
Set duration in minutes
22
Disable daily scheduler
(toggle)
28
Status saving in case of
power failure
27
Minimum brightness adjustment
23
Configuration release
28
Reset default minimum brightness
24
No torque or limit switch
control
29
ENABLE/DISABLE long
duration
29
100% mode or memory upon first touch
25
Reset to default values
30
Reset to default values
26
35
Status saving in case of power failure
Disable motor torque control
(toggle)
30
Reset to default values
* For these configurations the module does not need to be unlocked with 23 presses.
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MODULE FUNCTION TABLE
MODULES
500 W LIGHTING
RADIO
RADIO
MTR
500
MTM
500
MTT
500
MTC
500E
MTV
500
MTVT
500
MTK
500E
MTV
500ER
Soft start / Soft stop
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Pilot wire centralisation
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
FUNCTION
Radio bus centralisation
●
●
●
●
RADIO
MTR
2000
MTM MTR2000 MEP
2000 RADIO 2000
●
●
●
Consumption reduced
based on light intensity
WINDOW
SHUTTERS
2000 W
LIGHTING
MVR MVR500
500E RADIO
●
●
●
●
TIMING FUNCTION
Timer from 2 seconds to 4
hours
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Possible unlimited duration
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
12-hour long duration
1-hour long duration
●
●
●
●
Switch-off notification
Warning with gradual switch-off
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
DIMMER FUNCTION
Variation
●
●
Last switch-on memory
●
●
Preset memory
●
●
●
●
Minimum brightness
configuration
●
●
●
●
●
OTHER FUNCTIONS
Anti-jam function
Configuration block
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Daily scheduler
●
Presence simulation
●
Children’s room night light
●
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●
●
●
●
●
●
COMPATIBLE LOAD TABLE
MODULES
RADIO
RADIO
MTR
500
RESISTIVE LOADS
Power
Lighting with
incandescent light bulbs
Lighting with
230 V halogen light bulbs
Radiant heater and convection heater
MTM
500
MTT
500
MTC
500E
MTV
500
WINDOW
SHUTTERS
2000 W
LIGHTING
500 W LIGHTING
MTVT
500
MTK
500E
MTV
500ER
MTR
2000
RADIO
MTM MTR2000 MEP
2000 RADIO 2000
MVR MVR500
500E RADIO
On / Off
Variation
On / Off
Up / Down
Min. 3 W Max. 500 W
Min. 3 W Max. 500 W
Max. 2000 W
-
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
(2)
(2)
(2)
✔
✔
✔
✔1000 W max
✔1000 W max
✔
-
-
-
-
-
-
INDUCTIVE LOADS
Power
12 V ferromagnetic transformer
Toroidal transformer
Generic motor, aerator or fan
Fluorescent light bulb with
ferromagnetic ballast
Metal iodide lamps
Min. 11 VA Max. 500 VA
✔
✔
✔
✘
✘
Min. 11 VA Max. 500 VA
(2)
(2)
(2)
✔
✔
✔
✘
✘
Max. 500 VA
✔
✔
✔
✘
✘
-
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
CAPACITIVE LOADS
Power
Electronic 12 V transformer
Standard energy-saving light bulb
Dimmable energy-saving light bulb
Fluorescent lamp with electronic
ballast
230 V LED lighting
12 V LED with
dimmable converter
Min max 11VA 500VA
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
(2)
(1) (2) (3)
(1) (2) (3)
(1) (2) (3)
(1) (2) (3)
(1) (2) (3)
Min max 11VA 500VA
✔
✘
✔
✘
✔
✔
(1) (3)
(1) (3)
(1) (3)
Max 500 VA
✔
✘
✔
✘
✔
✔
(3)
(3)
(3)
-
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
MOTORS
3-wire 230V motor:
up, down and neutral
-
-
-
-
500 VA 500 VA
4-wire 230V motor:
up, down, phase and neutral
-
-
-
-
500 VA 500 VA
2-wire 230V motor:
phase and neutral
-
-
-
-
✘
3-wire 12 V/24 V motor:
up, down and neutral
-
-
-
-
✔
Other motors
-
-
-
-
✘
✘
(4)
✔
(4)
✘
(1) Include 1 - 3 CHR3W connected in parallel to the load
(2) We recommend using the 2000 range, if the neutral wire is available
(3) Maximum power: 250 VA
(4) See adaptation diagram on www.yokis.com
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URMET AND YOKIS
> Smart home solutions
+
Home management has never been this easy.
Thanks to the integration between Urmet and Yokis technologies, it is possible to manage centralised controls, shutter
and indoor/outdoor light timing as well as some other functions, such as garden irrigation. Accordingly, the lights
switched on or the shutters open can be controlled by pressing a pushbutton on the video door phone.
Lighting
Window
shutters,
screens and
blinds
Electric
heating
Irrigation
Remote
controls
Automatisms
Security
Video door phone
Integrated Urmet monitors
Urmet Max and cxModo monitors contain a transmitter module that connects via radio to Yokis receiver modules of the
electric system. Thanks to the integration with Yokis, it is possible to easily create centralisations and scenarios directly
on the video door phone, without further wiring, through a user-friendly interface.
Management of
8 services and 4
scenarios
Max.
item no. 1717/31 - 1060/31
Integrated IP home monitor 7'' 16:9
full touchscreen display
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cxModo
item no. 1722/87
7'' touchscreen
display monitor
Yokis preset on Miro Vivavoce video door phone range
Available in video and audio version, Miro Vivavoce range is preset to integrate Yokis modules: the devices, in fact,
have two auxiliary outputs for various services, e.g. to be used to connect them to E2BPP transmitter to create light
and shutter centralisations.
Mìro Vivavoce Video
item no. 1750/5 - black
item no. 1750/6 - white
Mìro Vivavoce Audio
item no. 1183/7
After a suitable programming of Yokis
modules, it is possible to:
Tapparella
Y1
Y2
X1
X2
■■ with the first pushbutton, activate
centralised locking of shutters
L BP
O F N
ER
MVR500
max 10 m
■■ with the second pushbutton, activate light
switch-off.
Tapparella
Y1
X1
GT
L BP
O F N
ER
MVR500
max 10 m
Urmet and Yokis: applications for integrated solutions
Yokis modules can be integrated with Urmet product range to create automation scenarios through dry contact output.
Some cases:
■■ Video surveillance: after a motion detection, a command is sent to the dry contact output.
■■ Intrusion alarm: after the activation of the alarm system, the centralisation on lights and shutters is controlled.
■■ Access control: creation of scenarios that can be activated through the pushbutton panel numeric keypad or
through the proximity key.
For further information on integration between Urmet and Yokis products, contact your local Sales Office.
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All details about products are available on
www.yokis.com website. Alternatively, you may scan
the QR code provided below with your smartphone or
tablet.
For further information about Yokis product installation,
refer to the relevant user manuals.
All Urmet products bear the
mark.
Yokis products are distributed by Urmet S.p.A.
Via Bologna, 188/C | 10154 Torino
Contact us to find your local distributor.
Urmet S.p.A. reserves the right to make changes
to its products at any time without prior notice.
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is in every professional's tool box
5-year warranty
Products sold exclusively to professionals through electric equipment wholesalers.
For technical information, visit www.yokis.com.
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