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HOTEL ROOM AUTOMATION
Design and installation guide
FROM ACCESS CONTROL
TO GUEST ROOM
SOLUTIONS
BTicino offers a specific system
HOTEL ROOM AUTOMATION
solution for each requirement.
A complete offer
that meets all kinds
of requirements
welcoming and control service
Designed to guarantee the best
without overlooking the environment,
Hotel Room Automation brings
together two aspects: the
supervision, managed by Hotel
personnel, and the management
of the room by the Customer. Two
separate worlds, that are however in
constant communication.
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Contents
4-5
Numerical index
6-15
General features
16-23
General rules
for installation
24-32
Installation and
configuration
33-45
Catalogue
47-81
Technical Sheets
Index by item code - page of reference
The functions in the room
The supervision
The main system components
Customisation of the offer
A solution for the hotels
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8
10
12
14
Maximum distances and absorptions
Configuration
“Hotelsupervision” supervision software
18
21
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Typical hotel system
Typical wiring diagram for common areas and hotel rooms
Variations of room diagrams
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24
28
Axolute
Dimensional data
Livinglight
Dimensional data
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39
40
45
Technical and dimensional data, regulations, assembly and installation
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Numerical index
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Item
Page
Item
Page
3476
36 - 42
3510PB
36 - 43
3477
36 - 42
3544SW
35 - 41
3510
36 - 42
3546SW
35 - 41
3511
36 - 42
E46ADCN
36 - 42
3512
36 - 42
E49
36 - 42
3513
36 - 42
F428
36 - 42
3515
36 - 42
F430/2
35 - 41
3541
35 - 41
F430/4
35 - 41
3542
35 - 41
F430R3V10
35 - 41
336904
37 - 43
F430R8
35 - 41
348210
36 - 42
F430V10
35 - 41
348402
36 - 42
F458
35 - 41
3501/0
37 - 43
H4372V230H
38
3501/1
37 - 43
H4548
38
3501/2
37 - 43
H4549
38
3501/3
37 - 43
H4648
35
3501/4
37 - 43
H4649
35
3501/5
37 - 43
H4650
35
3501/6
37 - 43
H4651
35
3501/7
37 - 43
H4652
35
3501/8
37 - 43
H4653
35
3501/9
37 - 43
H4691
35
3501/AMB
37 - 43
HC4033
38
3501/AUX
37 - 43
HC4177
38
3501/CEN
37 - 43
HC4285C
38
3501/GEN
37 - 43
HC4285C2
38
3501/GR
37 - 43
HC4547
38
3501/OFF
37 - 43
HC4915BL
38
3501/OI
37 - 43
HC4915DD
38
3501/ON
37 - 43
HC4915M2BL
38
3501/PUL
37 - 43
HC4915M2DD
38
3501/SLA
37 - 43
HC4915MR
38
3501/T
37 - 43
HC4921BL
38
3501/TM
37 - 43
HC4921DD
38
3501K
37 - 43
HC4921M2BL
38
3501K/1
37 - 43
HC4921MR
38
3510M
36 - 43
HD4033
38
Item
Page
Item
Page
HD4177
38
L4915M2DD
44
HD4285C
38
L4915MR
44
HD4285C2
38
L4915SETBL
44
HD4547
38
L4915TN
44
HD4915BL
38
LN4548
44
HD4915DD
38
LN4549
44
HD4915M2BL
38
LN4648
41
HD4915M2DD
38
LN4649
41
HD4915MR
38
LN4650
41
HD4921BL
38
LN4651
41
HD4921DD
38
LN4652
41
HD4921M2BL
38
LN4653
41
HD4921MR
38
LN4691
41
HS4033
38
MH201
35 - 41
HS4177
38
N4033
44
HS4285C
38
N4177
44
HS4285C2
38
N4373H
44
HS4547
38
N4547
44
HS4915BL
38
N4551
44
HS4915DD
38
N4915DD
44
HS4915M2BL
38
N4915M2DD
44
HS4915M2DD
38
N4915MR
44
HS4915MR
38
N4915SETBL
44
HS4921BL
38
N4915TN
44
HS4921DD
38
NT4033
44
HS4921M2BL
38
NT4177
44
HS4921MR
38
NT4373H
44
L4033
44
NT4547
44
L4177
44
NT4551
44
L4373H
44
NT4915DD
44
L4547
44
NT4915M2DD
44
L4551
44
NT4915MR
44
L4669
37 - 43
NT4915SETBL
44
L4669/500
37 - 43
NT4915TN
44
L4669HF
37 - 43
L4669KM1
37 - 43
L4915DD
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DND AND MUR
NOTIFICATIONS
DND (do not disturb)
MUR (make up the room)
DND AND MUR CONTROL
DND (do not disturb)
MUR (make up the room)
DIGITAL THERMOSTAT
8 KEY CONTROL
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IMMEDIATE COMFORT
Thanks to the new MyHOME devices
- 8 key control (customisable)
- digital thermostat,
installed at the side of the bed,
with one single touch it is possible
to create the desired atmosphere,
adjusting the light, the temperature,
and the shutters.
COMFORT
MANAGEMENT OF USERS
Hotel Room Automation enables the
customer to be perfectly in tune with the
room, thanks to a range of devices used
to create the desired atmosphere as far
as lights, music, and temperature are
concerned.
RESPECT
OF THE ENVIRONMENT
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
Hotel Room Automation gives the hotel
establishment the possibility of reducing
energy consumptions thanks to the
possibility of disabling the devices inside the
room when the customer is absent.
ENTERTAINMENT
A range of products dedicated to Audio/
Video connections, to the recharge of
technological devices (Smart-phone,
Tablet, etc.), and to the transmission of
Wi-Fi data, enables to provide the desired
level of entertainment and enjoyment.
SAFETY AT THE TOP
Protected shaver socket, step
marker lamps for the night, and
bathroom pull cords. Guarantee
of maximum safety at any time
during the stay.
A/V SOCKETS
STEP MARKER LAMPS
USB CHARGER
SOCKET
SAFETY
Thanks to the RFDI technological devices,
maximum safety in the control of accesses
to rooms and other zones.
KEYCARD READER
OUTSIDE THE DOOR
THE FUNCTIONS
IN THE
ROOM
The complete system,
for maximum efficiency
of the whole hotel irrespective
of the technology selected
Hotel Room Automation is a solution for the management
and supervision of hotel and welcoming establishments.
Designed to guarantee the best welcoming and control
service without overlooking the environmental aspect,
Hotel Room Automation brings together two aspects:
the supervision, managed by Hotel personnel, and the
management of the room by the Customer.
Two separate worlds, that are however in constant
communication.
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ROOM
ROOM
ROOM
ROOM
HALL
RECEPTION
THE SUPERVISION:
the management
of the
ROOMS
and the COMMON AREAS
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The Hotel Room
Automation offer gives the
possibility of supervising
and controlling in real time
the status of the rooms, and
interact with them.
Using the supervision
software installed in
the PC of the reception,
it is possible to interact
with the following room
parameters:
Presence of guests
Measurement of the temperature
and modification of the adjustment
values
Presence of keycard inside the
keycard switch
Scenario activation check light and
automation control switching on
check
Alarm notifications
(Bathroom SOS call, window open,
refrigerator open, entrance door
open)
The software gives the possibility
of managing and programming the
keycards with RFID transponder
technology in credit card format, for
access to rooms and common areas.
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THE MAIN SYSTEM COMPONENTS
THE
SOLUTION
In the corridor - outside the door
KEYCARD READER
RFID technology, with
DND (do not disturb) &
MUR (make up the room)
notifications, and bell pushbutton
KEYCARD
RFID technology, credit card
format, for access to the rooms
DND - MUR NOTIFICATIONS
DND (do not disturb),
MUR (make up the room)
and bell pushbutton
Inside the room
DND AND MUR CONTROL
DND (do not disturb)
MUR (make up the room)
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KEY CARD SWITCH
with possibility of RFID
technology recognition,
for the activation of the
functions inside the room
DIGITAL THERMOSTAT
to set and adjust the
temperature inside the
room.
8 KEY CONTROL
to recall the scenarios
(lighting, automation, climate,
...) inside the room.
At the switchboard
SCENARIO MODULE IP
manages and saves all the scenarios
(max. 50) of the room or zone, and acts
as interface with the rest of the system
and the functions of the Hotel.
It connects to the rest of the hotel using
the Ethernet network (RJ45).
ACTUATORS
for the management of the temperature
control system.
In addition to those included in the
MyHOME offer, 3 more new actuators are
available.
At the reception
SUPERVISION SOFTWARE
to control the status of the rooms with the
corresponding notifications, and manage the
available functions.
It also perform functions connected with the
programming of the keycards.
2 types of software available:
Management of up to 20 rooms or common areas
Management of over 20 rooms or common areas
KEYCARD PROGRAMMER
to connect to the reception PC
through USB connection
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CUSTOMISATION
OF THE OFFER
AXOLUTE
Several shapes and
materials to conceive and
design your Hotel.
Keycard switch available in three colours:
white, tech and anthracite.
The tech version is used together with
the Axolute round cover plate.
Thermostat to be
completed with
the Axolute square
cover plate
Excelsiu
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LIVINGLIGHT
Countless finishes in the versions:
Living International, Round,
Square, Air.
To further improve the
aesthetic value of the
offer, it is possible to
customise both the cover
plates and the keycards
with the logo of the Hotel.
Tech keycard switch
with Air cover plate.
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From access control
to home automation,
BTicino offers all the
technological solutions
for the hotel sector
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INSIDE THE ROOM
IN THE COMMON AREAS
FOR CUSTOMERS
Access control
Climate control
(heating and cooling)
Lighting control
Automation management
Wired and Wi-Fi network
management
Traditional devices
(energy sockets, etc...)
CCTV
Climate control
(heating and cooling)
Lighting control
Automation management
Sound system
Wi-Fi data network management
Emergency lighting
Traditional devices
(energy sockets, etc...)
Specific products and systems
for the various areas
GUEST ROOM AUTOMATION
SUPERVISION OF THE HOTEL
FROM THE RECEPTION
USING SPECIFIC SOFTWARE
A
SOLUTION
FOR THE HOTELS
AT THE RECEPTION
THE SOFTWARE PROVIDES:
Supervision and management of all
the systems and functions installed
in the hotel
Control and management of the
functions inside the rooms and the
common areas
Management of the room status
(free, occupied, customer present)
Access control management:
programming of keycards and
saving of accesses
Management of bookings, also
using specific software (PMS)
IN THE REST OF THE BUILDING
Energy transformation
Energy distribution
Service continuity (UPS)
Energy management (measurement)
VDI (video data) infrastructure
Climate control
(heating and cooling)
CCTV
Access control
Lighting control
Automation management
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Contents
18-23
General rules
for installation
24-32
Installation
and configuration
Maximum distances and absorptions
Configuration
”Hotelsupervision” supervision software
Typical hotel system
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21
21
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Typical wiring diagram for common areas
Variations of room diagrams
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GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION
MAXIMUM DISTANCES AND ABSORPTIONS
In this chapter you will find all the
details for correct installation of an
SCS BUS system:
SELV classification
Maximum distances and
absorptions
Maximum number of
configurable devices
For the purpose of the above
calculations, refer to the TECHNICAL
DATA found in the chapter
TECHNICAL SHEETS.
In calculating the absorption it will
be necessary to also consider the
current available based on the length
of the cable.
During sizing comply with
the following rules:
1 THE CONNECTION LENGTH BETWEEN THE POWER SUPPLY AND THE
FURTHEST DEVICE MUST NOT EXCEED 250M.
Power supply
Device
Length of connection
to the furthest device
Junction box
SELV classification
The Automation system belongs to
the SELV (Safety Extra Low Voltage)
class, as it is powered with double
safety insulation independent devices
not connected to the ground, and has
a maximum operating voltage of 27
Vdc, in accordance with CEI EN 60065;
it therefore can be compared to a
SELV source as described at point
411.125 of CEI 64-8-4.
Compliance with SELV classification
is only guaranteed subject to full
compliance with current installation
regulations, and with the general
installation regulations for the
individual devices and cables making
up the system outlined by BTicino.
2 THE MAXIMUM LENGTH OF THE CONNECTIONS MUST NOT EXCEED 500 M
(CABLE EXTENDED).
Power supply
Device
Connections
Maximum distances of the
BUS cable and absorptions
The maximum number of devices that
can be connected to the BUS depends
on the total absorption of the same
and the distance between the point of
connection and the power supply.
The power supply can supply up to
1200 mA or 600 mA; the maximum
number of devices that can be
installed will therefore depend on the
sum of their individual absorptions.
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Junction box
3 FOR OPTIMUM DIVISION OF THE CURRENTS ON THE BUS LINE IT IS RECOMMENDED
THAT THE POWER SUPPLY IS INSTALLED IN AN INTERMEDIATE POSITION.
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
A
A
PRI
E49
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
B
E46ADCN
B
SCS
E49
1
1
2
2
C1
3
3
4
C2
4
5
1
5
1
C3
C4
2
2
C1
3
3
4
C2
4
5
5
C3
C4
With power supply E46ADCN:
With power supply E49:
A
= 250 m max
B
= 250 m max
A + B = 500 m
A
= 250 m max
B
= 250 m max
A + B = 500 m
Maximum current provided by
the power supply: 1200 mA.
Maximum current provided by
the power supply: 600 mA.
NOTE: If a UTP5 cable is used in alternative to the L4669 BUS cable, distances are halved.
automation
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE DESIGN AND
INSTALLATION OF THE SCS-BUS SOLUTIONS SEE THE
SPECIFIC MyHOME TECHNICAL GUIDE
http://www.pageflip.bticino.it/myhomegb/
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GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION
MAXIMUM DISTANCES AND ABSORPTIONS
Maximum distances for the
connection of actuators
based on the load
In order to correctly manage certain
types of loads, it is necessary to
comply with some installation
requirements, applicable to all the
actuators used.
Fluorescent lamps: The length of
the connection cable between the
actuator and the load must not be
less than 3 m. Do not connect more
than 15 actuators controlling this
type of lamps to the same line.
Metal halide and sodium vapour
lamps: in addition to the indications
provided for fluorescent lamps, also
pay attention to the instructions for
use for these lamps (for example
avoid switching on when hot), do not
connect dimmers to the same line
of these lamps, keep the BUS line
Maximum distance for the
connection of the contact
interface
The length of the connection
between the interface (basic or in
DIN module) and the traditional
type device must not exceed 50 m.
Several pushbuttons may be
connected to the interface inputs.
EXAMPLE OF CONNECTION WITH ITEM F411/1N
N
L
1
2
1 2 3
3
L N
MIN 3 m
F411/1N
C1
WARNING: refer to the technical data listed in the technical sheets
for each actuator
and the power line for these types
of lamps separated by at least one
metre.
Three-phase networks: In case of
three-phase networks, check the
balancing of the phases, and the
quality of the network.
Failure to comply with the above
requirements can compromise the
correct operation of the devices.
MAXIMUM DISTANCES FOR THE CONNECTION OF THE CONTACT INTERFACE
MAX 50 m
A
PL1
PL2
M
SPE
PL1
PL2
C
Bathroom
pull-cord
pushbutton
BUS
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CONFIGURATION
The configuration of SCS-BUS technology devices can be
completed in two different ways:
Physical configuration
This is completed using the green and blue configurators,
which must be connected to the appropriate housings
found on the devices.
PHYSICAL CONFIGURATION
Software configuration
This is performed using a PC with the appropriate
MyHOME_Suite application installed. This solution has the
advantage of offering many more options when compared
with the physical configuration.
The software can be downloaded free of charge from the
website:
www.homesystems-legrandgroup.com
SOFTWARE CONFIGURATION
Download the
software for free
(QR code)
”HOTELSUPERVISION” SUPERVISION SOFTWARE
The HotelSupervision software has been purposely designed
for the management and the supervision of hotels.
All the management operations can be performed from one
single location, typically the Reception desk, from where it
is possible to have a complete view of what happens in the
individual rooms and the common areas.
Some functions:
Temperature management with direct control of
thermostats, but giving guests the possibility of adjusting
the temperature within the set limits.
Keycard management, with the possibility of limiting
access to certain areas of the hotel and monitoring of
movements using each key card.
Management of alarm clocks and messages for guests;
an audible signal notifies operators of an alarm clock
request, so that they can act accordingly within the
required time scales.
Control of different types of alerts from rooms or
common areas.
Control of DND or MUR type notifications; check of
presence inside the room.
The use of different icons and colours helps the operator
to immediately identify the status of the room.
Both HotelSupervision software programs can be downloaded
from the website:
www.homesystems-legrandgroup.com/
BtHomeSystems/productDetail.action?productId=003
The software is available in two versions:
(3544SW)
Management and supervision of up to 20 rooms or common areas
(3546SW)
Management and supervision of over 20 rooms or common areas
Download the
desired version of
the HotelSupervision
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INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION
TYPICAL HOTEL SYSTEM
OTHER FLOORS
3
rd
FLOOR
Room 301
ZONE 9
Corridor
ZONE 10
Room 302
ZONE 11
Room 201
ZONE 6
Corridor
ZONE 7
Room 202
ZONE 8
Room 101
ZONE 3
Corridor
ZONE 4
Room 102
ZONE 5
2
nd
FLOOR
1
st
FLOOR
T
FLOOR
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Reception
ZONE 1
Bar
ZONE 2
Typical block system with rooms and common areas
Below is a description and
presentation of a typical application of
the SCS-BUS solution in a welcoming
structure.
For each room or zone to control,
manage, and supervise, an MH201 IP
Scenario Module must be installed.
The zones can be: reception, hall,
corridor, restaurants, bar, lounge area,...
In installation including more than 100
rooms and zones, only one F458 Server
IP device must be connected to the data
network.
TO THE OTHER FLOORS
To the other rooms
To the floor
services
H4648
LN4648
230 Vac
MH201
ROOM 301
H4653
LN4653
H4691
LN4691
H4652
LN4652
MODE
+
E49
–
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
1
2
3
4
5
6
DND
FAN
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
MH201
HUB Switch
MUR
BUS SCS 3
SCS
DC - In
301
E49
To the other rooms
To the floor
services
H4648
LN4648
230 Vac
MH201
H4651
LN4651
ROOM 201
H4653
LN4653
H4691
LN4691
H4652
LN4652
MODE
+
E49
–
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
1
2
3
4
5
6
DND
FAN
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
MH201
HUB Switch
MUR
BUS SCS 2
SCS
DC - In
201
E49
To the other rooms
To the floor
services
H4648
LN4648
230 Vac
MH201
H4651
LN4651
ROOM 101
H4653
LN4653
H4691
LN4691
H4652
LN4652
MODE
+
E49
–
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
1
2
3
4
5
6
DND
FAN
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
MH201
HUB Switch
MUR
BUS SCS 1
SCS
H4651
LN4651
DC - In
101
E49
Card programming
348402
Existing hotel Ethernet network
PC + software for
room management
USB cable
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INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION
TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM FOR COMMON AREAS
AND HOTEL ROOM NO. 127
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
These pages show a typical electric diagram that can be used to install a system in a hotel or welcoming
establishment.
The diagram consists of two parts:
- in the first part is a wiring diagram for the common areas.
- in the second part is the complete diagram inside the room.
Inside the room are the following functions:
Courtesy light
Entrance door open control
Refrigerator door open control
Safe open control
Bathroom alarm
Entrance door bell
Entrance door electric door lock control
Air conditioning system Eco function
The devices listed in the legend refer to the
LivingLight series; for all the other ranges refer to the
catalogue section.
LEGEND
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
E49
Power supply
LN4651
Keycard reader outside the door and indicators
LN4648
Transponder keycard switch
LN4653
DND and MUR control
LN4652
8 key scenario control
LN4691
Thermostat with display
MH201
Scenario module IP
F430R8
Air conditioning actuator
F411/1N
DIN module 1 relay actuator
F411/2
DIN module 2 relay actuator
F428
DIN module contact interface
3476
Basic control actuator
FT1A2N230
Room remote switch
3511
Magnetic sensors
NOTES
IMPORTANT NOTES
A
The general switch GS (TM+EL) must be selected based on the absorption of the services installed.
B
The TM switch must be selected based on the power supply used.
C E F
G
The TM switch must be selected based on the loads connected.
If the current supplied by the E49 is not sufficient to power the SCS system, it is possible to use the E46ADCN power
supply.
The actuator to be used depends on the type of air conditioning system installed.
H
In alternative, it is also possible to only use one actuator with 4 conduits (F411/4) instead of the two: F411/2 and F411/1N.
I
Only use the most suitable sensor for the mechanical application. See the specific catalogue.
L
The devices to carry out the required functions must be configured using the MyHOME_Suite software.
M
The room identification number must be saved in the MH201 during the configuration.
It is possible to connect the system configuration PC at any point of the data network, and to use the PC at reception to
configure and maintain the system.
D
N
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2ND FLOOR - CORRIDOR
To the other floors
1ST FLOOR - CORRIDOR
Room 129
Room 128
Room 127
HUB Switch
1
2
3
4
5
6
DC - In
To the room 127 socket
HUB Switch
1
To the
Technical
room, data
network VDI
board (BTNET)
2
3
4
5
Corridor Wi-Fi access point
6
DC - In
N
Existing hotel
Ethernet network
PC for the system
configuration
RECEPTION
PC + software for the
room automation
348402
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TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM FOR A HOTEL ROOM NO. 127
1ST FLOOR - ROOM 127
L
230 V
50 Hz
From HUB Switch 1st floor
N
A
MH201
MGT2
MGT4
MGT1
IG
(MGT+earth leak.)
MH201
B
C
F
From HUB
Switch 1st
floor
E49
Data network
inside the room
Light and socket
power always on
E49
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
SCS
D
230 Vac
Bell
12-24 Vac/dc
max 1 A
Transformer
Room door
electric lock
LN4651
R1
R2
M
L
A
PL
T
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
0
1
2
–
1
1
2
BACK
LN4653
A
PL
M
LED
=
=
=
=
9
8
CEN
–
LN4652
A =
PL =
M1 =
DEL1 =
M2 =
DEL2 =
LN4648
H
1
2
3
DND
F411/1N
C1
A = 1
PL = 1
M = PUL
F411/1N
26
R1 = 0
R2 = 1
M = –
Transformer
MUR
ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS INSIDE THE ROOM
Courtesy light
Entrance door open control
Refrigerator door open control
Safe open control
Bathroom alarm
Entrance door bell
Entrance door electric door lock control
ECO function
9
9
CEN
–
–
–
L
N
Courtesy light
MGT3
1
3
Magnetic door sensor
Room
A1 remote switch
I S2
I
S3
S1
Bathroom call
confirmation
buzzer
P1
E
2
4
A2
FT1A2N230
230 Vac – 25 Max
Refrigerator
door open
magnetic sensor
Magnetic
safe
sensor
F411/2
1
2
3
4
I
F428
F428
H
L
C N1 N2
1 2 3 4
Courtesy
light
L
3476
C N1 N2
L
F428
L1
2 1
ART. F430/2
F428
Bathroom
pull-cord
P2 pushbutton
ART. 3476
C1
C2
230V ˜
Light and socket power
activated by the presence
inside the room
2A cos = 0,6
2A
N1
A
PL1
PL2
G
M
=
=
=
=
=
1
2
3
–
–
N2
N1
A
PL1
PL2
M
SPE
=
=
=
=
=
N2
–
–
–
–
–
A
PL1
PL2
M
SPE
=
=
=
=
=
–
–
–
–
–
A
PL
M
G
=
=
=
=
1
4
PUL
–
BUS/SCS
To other
devices
LN4691
window
closed
ON
MODE
+
–
window
open
FAN
ECO
ZA
ZB
TYPE
HEAT
COOL
PUMP
IN
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
–
1
1
7
CEN
–
3
OUT 3
OUT 2
OUT 1
OUT 5
OUT 4
L1
M
3511
230 Vac
F430R8
ZA
ZB
N
LAOD
OUT 1
N
=
=
=
=
–
1
1
–
OUT 5
OUT 4
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L
G
I
OUT 3
OUT 2
Magnetic window sensor
N
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INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION
VARIATIONS OF ROOM DIAGRAMS
Below are some typical diagrams that may be useful
for the integration of the functionalities inside the
room. The configuration in the examples refers to the
individual diagram.
DIAGRAM 1
SWITCHING ON AND OFF OF 2 LAMPS FROM 4 LIGHT POINTS WITH GENERAL ON/OFF COMMAND
230 Vac
N
L
L4671/1
E46ADCN
A
PL
M
G1
G2
ON
OFF
=
=
=
=
=
L1
1
1
O/I
–
–
L4671/1
OFF
A
PL
M
G1
G2
BUS
230 Vac
ON
L4652/2
GEN
A = GEN
PL1 = –
M = O/I
=
=
=
=
=
1
2
O/I
–
–
L2
BUS To other
devices
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
L4652/2
OFF
A
PL1
M1
A2
PL2
M
=
=
=
=
=
=
1
1
O/I
1
2
O/I
AUTOMATIC SWITCHING ON OF THE LIGHT USING A PASSIVE INFRARED SENSOR
230 Vac
N
L
3475
E46ADCN
L
L1
1 1
DIAGRAM 2
ON
ART. 3475
230V ˜
2A cos = 0,6
2A
A
PL
M
G
=
=
=
=
1
1
–
–
230 Vac
BUS
L4659N
A
PL
M
S
T
=
=
=
=
=
1
1
–
1
4
L4652/2
A1 = 1
PL1 = 1
M1 = O/I
ON
To other
devices
For other
functions
OFF
The device controls the load with the address indicated in A and PL. When a presence is detected, if the light level is lower than the set level, the device
switches the allocated load, keeping it on for the time set with the configurator connected to T. The sensitivity of the PIR movement sensor is set using
the configurator connected to S. For correct operation, the sensor’s lighting Set Point must be set (see procedure). When a user switches the light off
manually using a control, the movement sensor is disabled, and no presence is detected for a period of time indicated by T.
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DIAGRAM 3
SWITCHING ON AND OFF OF ONE LAMP AND ROLLING SHUTTER CONTROL USING AN ACTUATOR CONTROL
230 Vac
N
L
L1
A1
PL1
M1
A2
PL2
M2
E46ADCN
=
=
=
=
=
=
1
1
N
1
2
O/I
A
PL
M
G1
G2
M
L2
=
=
=
=
=
L2
1
2
O/I
–
–
ON
OFF
L4671/1
L4671M2(*)
230 Vac
BUS
To other
devices
* Complete the device with key covers as shown in the drawing:
ON
Rolling shutter
control
Light
control
OFF
DIAGRAM 4
EXTENSION OF WIRED SYSTEM WITH RADIO CONTROL FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF TWO LAMPS
230 V ac N
L
F411/1N
E46ADCN
1
2
3
F411/1N
C1
A
PL
M
G1
G2
G3
=
=
=
=
=
=
1
1
–
–
–
–
F411/1N
L1
1
2
3
F411/1N
C1
A
PL
M
G1
G2
G3
=
=
=
=
=
=
1
2
–
–
–
–
L2
230 Vac
To other devices
of the wired
automation
system
L4578 (*)
L4597N
A = 9
PL = 8
M = –
A =1
PL1 = 1
PL2 = 2
NOTE: If actuator F411/1N is replaced with dimmer actuator F414, it will also be possible to adjust the brightness of the lamp, provided that also the
controls are replaced with 4598N.
NOTE (*): assign an address not used for other Automation devices. The interface can manage up to 36 radio control devices.
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INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION
VARIATIONS OF ROOM DIAGRAMS
Management of dimmer lamps
DIAGRAM 5
SWITCHING ON, OFF, AND BRIGHTNESS ADJUSTMENT OF FLUORESCENT LAMPS USING “BALLASTS”
N
N
L
L
230 Vac
+
F413N
Ballast
A
PL1
M
G
1 2 NC 3 4
-+
0-10V
=
=
=
=
2
1
–
–
ART. F413N
N L - +
C1
E46ADCN
230 Vac
BUS
L4652/2
A1 = 2
PL1 = 1
M1 = O/I
OFF
SWITCHING ON, OFF, AND BRIGHTNESS ADJUSTMENT OF FILAMENT, HALOGEN, AND FERROMAGNETIC
TRANSFORMER LAMPS.
230 Vac
E46ADCN
N
L
F414
DIN
dimmer
actuator
Filament, halogen, and
ferromagnetic transformer
lamps
L
50Hz
230V~
60 1000VA
¤
A PL M G
230 Vac
A
PL
M
G
=
=
=
=
1
2
–
–
To other
devices
BUS
L4652/2
A1 = 1
PL1 = 2
M1 = O/I
30
For other
functions
ON
T5H 250V
DIAGRAM 6
To other
devices
ON
OFF
For other
functions
Management of rolling shutters or shutters
DIAGRAM 7
ALTERNATE CURRENT MOTOR CONTROL FOR MOTORISED ROLLING SHUTTERS, CURTAINS, OR SHUTTERS
N
230 Vac
N
L
L1
F411/2
1 2 3 4
ART. F411/2
E46ADCN
C1
M1
A
PL1
PL2
G
M
=
=
=
=
=
N
L2
F411/2
2
1
1
–
–
A
PL1
PL2
G
M
1 2 3 4
ART. F411/2
C2
C1
=
=
=
=
=
2
2
2
–
–
L2
L1
F411/2
1 2 3 4
ART. F411/2
C2
C1
230 Vac
M3
A
PL1
PL2
G
M
=
=
=
=
=
L2
2
3
3
–
–
C2
BUS
L1-N = clockwise rotation
L2-N = anticlockwise rotation
L4652/3
M = AC motor with 2 coils
DIAGRAM 8
M2
L1
N
A
PL1
A2
PL2
A3
PL3
M
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
2
1
2
2
2
3
To other
devices
L4652/2
GEN
A = GEN
PL = –
M =
ALTERNATE CURRENT MOTOR CONTROL FOR OPENING/CLOSING OF MOTORISED SHUTTERS
230 Vac
N
M1
M2
˜
˜
Ap C
Ch Ap C
Ch
L
F411/4
E46ADCN
1 2 3 4 5
ART. F411/4
C1
C2 C3 C4
A
PL1
PL2
PL3
PL4
M
=
=
=
=
=
=
2
1
1
1
1
1
230 Vac
M1 =
motor controlling the shutter with internal rabbeting
M2 =
motor controlling the shutter with external rabbeting
PL1 e PL2 = contacts: they must be interlocked with each other and
must always be connected on the shutter with internal
rabbeting
PL3 e PL4 = contacts: they must be interlocked with each other and
must always be connected on the shutter with external
rabbeting
BUS
L4652/2
For other
functions
A = 2
PL = 1
M =
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INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION
VARIATIONS OF ROOM DIAGRAMS
Management of different loads
DIAGRAM 9
BATHROOM LIGHT AND EXTRACTOR FAN ON CONTROL WITH DELAYED SWITCHING OFF
230 Vac
N
L
M
Bathroom
fan
Bathroom
light
F411/1N
F411/1N
E46ADCN
A
PL
M
G1
G2
G3
=
=
=
=
=
=
F411/1N
3
1
2
–
–
–
F411/1N
A
PL
M
G1
G2
G3
=
=
=
=
=
=
3
1
SLA
–
–
–
230 Vac
BUS
L4652/2
DIAGRAM 10
A = 3
PL = 1
M = O/I
ON
The ON control activates the light and the extractor fan at the
same time.
The OFF control switches the light off, while the extractor fan goes
off after 2 minutes (configurator in M=2 of the Master actuator)
To other
devices
OFF
DIRECT CURRENT MOTOR CONTROL FOR MOTORISED CURTAINS (E.G. 24 VDC)
24 Vdc
+
Power supply B
+
F411/2
1 2 3 4
ART. F411/2
C1
E46ADCN
M
A
PL1
PL2
G
M
=
=
=
=
=
3
1
1
–
–
C2
F411/2
1 2 3 4
ART. F411/2
C1
A
PL1
PL2
G
M
=
=
=
=
=
3
1
1
–
SLA
C2
230 Vac
BUS
230 Vac
To other
devices
It is possible to use direct current motors with other characteristics
(12 - 24 - 48 Vdc), by replacing the power supply with one compatible with
the motor features (voltage and current), and checking the absorptions
of the motor against the capacity of the relays of the actuators (F411/2).
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L4652/2
A = 3
PL = 1
M =
For other
functions
Contents
34-45
Catalogue
46-81
Technical
sheets
AXOLUTE + Dimensional data
LIVINGLIGHT + Dimensional data
34
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Technical sheets
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CATALOGUE
AXOLUTE
hotel
solutions
A complete offer for a state of the
art electric system inside the whole
welcoming establishment and in
particular inside the hotel room.
All this to ensure that customers
feel immediately at ease. The offer
includes both standard traditional
functions, and more advanced
functions.
DESIGNED TO IMPROVE
THE COMFORT OF THE
CUSTOMER
A solution for all kinds of hotels
EQUIPMENT INCLUDING
SPECIFIC PRODUCTS FOR
THE SCS-BUS ROOM
STANDARD EQUIPMENT
The BTicino offer for
the rooms, and in wider
terms for the whole hotel
establishment, includes
many more devices that
are normally also used
for other applications.
CATALOGUE
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Axolute catalogue
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SCS-BUS devices
This page lists the devices for hotel comfort and access control
solutions.
H4650
H4651
H4653
H4652
F430R8
H4691
KEY CARD SWITCHES
Item
H4649
H4648
key card switch for function activation in the
hotel room - slot light with built-in lamp - 30
second switch-off delay - SCS-BUS connection
- dimensions: 2 DIN modules - to be completed
with front cover in the desired look
key card switch for function activation in the
hotel room with RFID technology recognition slot light with built-in lamp - 30 second switchoff delay - SCS-BUS connection - dimensions: 2
DIN modules - to be completed with front cover
in the desired look
CONTROL INDICATORS FOR ROOM AUTOMATION
H4650
H4651
H4653
H4652
3541
3542
DO NOT DISTURB – MAKE UP THE ROOM indicator
and bell pushbutton - SCS-bus connection
- dimensions: 2 DIN modules
key card reader in RFID technology + DO NOT
DISTURB – MAKE UP THE ROOM indicator
and bell pushbutton - SCS-BUS connection dimensions: 2 DIN modules
DO NOT DISTURB – MAKE UP THE ROOM control
to be completed with key covers - SCS-BUS
connection - dimensions: 2 DIN modules
control with 8 KEYS for control light, automation,
rolling shutter, sound system, scenario control SCS-bus connection - dimensions: 2 DIN modules
A5 sheets for the customisation of the symbols
of item LN4652
3541 = black;
3542 = white
The sheets can be customised using the tool found in the
MyHOME_Suite configuration software.
F430R3V10
NOTE:
White colour device
flush mounted thermostat with backlit display.
It can be used to control the temperature of an
individual zone, irrespective of a central unit
being installed as part of the system or not. It
features a temperature probe and an input for
the connection of a contact line (e.g. window
contact). It can be used for the management of
different types of systems, and the adjustment
of the fan speed when fan coils are used.
Possibility of automatic operation (summer/
winter), with compatible systems. SCS-bus
connection. Dimensions: 2 DIN modules
Tech colour device
Anthracite colour device
F430R8
F430R3V10
F430V10
F430/2
F430/4
actuator with 8 independent relays for the
control of on-off valves, motorised valves (openclose and three points), pumps and fan coils with
2 and 4 tubes - 4A resistive, 1A motor valves,
pumps and fan-coils- SCS-bus connection dimesions: 4 DIN modules
actuator with 3 independent relays and 2 x 0-10
Volts outputs for the control of fan coils with 2
and 4 tubes with proportional 0-10 Volt valves
- 4A resistive, 1A fan coil - SCS-BUS connection
- dimensions: 4 DIN modules
actuator with 2 x 0-10 Volt outputs for the
control of 0-10 proportional valves - SCS-BUS
connection, - dimensions: 2 DIN modules
2 independent relay actuator for the control of
on-off valves, (open-close) motor valves and
pumps - 6A resistive, 2A motor valves and pumps
- SCS-BUS connection - 2 DIN modules
4 independent relay actuator - for the control of
on-off valves, (open-close) motor valves, pumps
and 2-tube fan coil - 4A resistive, 1A motor
valves, pumps and fan-coil - SCS-BUS connection
- 2 DIN modules
IP SCENARI0 MODULE
MH201
It manages scenarios related to hotel rooms - It
works as a gateway for the Configuration and
Supervisione software - it is necessary to install
one module for each room or zone - SCS-BUS and
ethernet network connection - dimensions: 1
DIN module
F458 *
IP SERVER to be used in systems with over 100
rooms or zones (over 100 MH201 installed).
Dimensions: 6 DIN modules
IP SERVER
* For availability refer to the sales network.
SOFTWARE
3544SW
3546SW
software for the supervision of the hotel rooms
status, for basic management and for key card
programming for hotel up to 20 rooms
software as above - for Hotel with over 20
rooms
Neutral item
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DIN ACTUATORS
Item
THERMOSTAT
H4691
F430V10
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Devices and accessories for SCS-BUS
348402
E46ADCN
3480
Item
348210
348402
3515
F482
3510M
KEY CARDS AND KEY CARD PROGRAMMER
Credit card keycard (ISO 50x80 mm). It uses
transponder technology with frequency: 13.56
MHz. To be used together with the keycard
programmer, item code 348402. The keycard
can be customised and is sold in lots of 5 pieces.
Table-top key card programmer to be connected
to the PC in the reception.
Item
E49
power supply - input 230 Vac, output 27 Vdc SELV
– maximum consumption 450 mA – maximum
output current: 1.2 A - DIN rail mounted model
- space requirement 8 DIN modules – for flush
mounted or wall mounted switchboards
compact power supply - input 230 Vac, output
27 Vdc - maximum power delivered 600 mA dimensions: 2 DIN modules
CONTACT INTERFACE
3477
F428
basic module control interface with 2
independent contacts for the control of 2
actuators for single function loads, or 1 actuator
for double function loads (shutters) – the inputs
accepts two traditional switches or pushbuttons
with NO and NC contact, or a traditional twoway switch, or interlocked pushbuttons
basic module control interface with 2
independent contacts for the control of 2
actuators for single function loads, or 1 actuator
for double function loads (shutters) – the inputs
accepts two traditional switches or pushbuttons
with NO and NC contact, or a traditional twoway switch, or interlocked pushbuttons - 2 DIN
modules
3512
VARIOUS ACCESSORIES
3515
spare plug-in clamps
3510
NC electromagnetic contact interface detectors
and protection line - flush mounted version
NC electromagnetic contact interface detectors
and protection line – made of brass with high
mechanical resistance, for installation in non
ferromagnetic material windows and doors, or
in low section doors and windows
NC electromagnetic contact interface detectors
and protection line – made of brass, with high
mechanical resistance for installation in all types
of doors and windows and reinforced doors
NC electromagnetic contact interface detectors
and protection line - visible mounted version
NC electromagnetic contact interface detectors
and protection line – made of die cast
aluminium, for installation on tilting or sliding
doors. Preset for floor installation
NC electromagnetic contact interface detectors
and protection line - version for visible
installation on metal surfaces
MAGNETIC CONTACTS
3510M
POWER SUPPLIES
E46ADCN
3511
3510PB
3511
3512
3513
CONTACT INTERFACE WITH ACTUATOR
3476
1 relay actuator - for single loads: 2 A resistive
or incandescence lamps and 2 A cosϕ 0.5 for
ferromagnetic transformers – input suitable for
a traditional NO contact pushbutton
NOTE:
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White colour device
Tech colour device
Anthracite colour device
Neutral item
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Devices and accessories for SCS-BUS
3501/1
3501/0
3501/2
3501/4
3501/3
3501/GEN
3501/GR
3501/AMB
3501/AUX
3501/PUL
3501/SLA
3501/CEN
3501/T
3501K/1
CONFIGURATORS – SINGLE-TYPE PACKAGE OF
10 PIECES
Item
configurator 0
configurator 1
configurator 2
configurator 3
configurator 4
configurator 5
configurator 6
configurator 7
configurator 8
configurator 9
configurator GEN
configurator GR
configurator AMB
configurator AUX
configurator ON
configurator OFF
configurator OI
3501/0
3501/1
3501/2
3501/3
3501/4
3501/5
3501/6
3501/7
3501/8
3501/9
3501/GEN
3501/GR
3501/AMB
3501/AUX
3501/ON
3501/OFF
3501/OI
L4669
L4669/500
CONFIGURATOR KIT
Item
3501K
kit of configurators from 0 to 9
3501K/1
kit of configurators AUX, GEN, GR, AMB,ON, OFF,
O/I, PUL, SLA, CEN, , M
L4669
L4669/500
sheathed pair made up of 2 flexible wires with
unshielded plaited sheath - insulation 300/500 V
- complies with standards CEI 46-5 and CEI 20-20
- coil length 100 metres
as above - coil length 500 metres
L4669KM1
as above - reel lenght 1000 metres
336904
specific cable with 2 twisted conductors. It can be
installed in underground piping, in accordance
with CEI 20-13 and CEI 20-14 standards.
- coil length 200 metres
as above - low toxicity cable without halogens
- ideal for application in environments where fire
hazard safety is critical - coil length 200 metres
CONNECTION CABLES
CONFIGURATORS – SINGLE-TYPE PACKAGE OF
10 PIECES
configurator PUL
configurator SLA
configurator CEN
configurator
configurator
M
3501/PUL
3501/SLA
3501/CEN
3501/T
3501/TM
336904
L4669HF
L4669HF
automation
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE DESIGN AND
INSTALLATION OF THE SCS-BUS SOLUTIONS REFER TO THE
SPECIFIC MYHOME TECHNICAL GUIDE
http://www.pageflip.bticino.it/myhomegb/
NOTE:
White colour device
Tech colour device
Anthracite colour device
Neutral item
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Traditional devices
HD4177
HD4285C2
H4372V230H
H4549
Item
H4549
H4548
Finishing accessories for SCS and
traditional devices
HC4033
HS4547
KEY CARD SWITCH
key card switch for the power supply inside the
hotel room - slot light with built-in lamp - 30
second switch-off delay - power supply 230 Va.c.
- 2 modules - to be completed with front cover
in the desired look
key card switch for the power supply inside the
hotel room with RFID technology recognition slot light with built-in lamp - 30 second switchoff delay - power supply 230 Va.c. - 2 modules
- to be completed with front cover in the desired
look
LAMPHOLDER FOR OFF-DOOR SIGNALLING
HC4915MR
FRONT COVERS FOR KEY CARD SWITCHES
HD4547
HC4547
HS4547
front cover for traditonal or SCS key card switch
- 2 modules
HD4915DD
HC4915DD
HS4915DD
key cover with ”do not disturb” symbol
HD4915M2DD
HC4915M2DD
HS4915M2DD
key cover with ”do not disturb” symbol 2 modules
HD4915MR
HC4915MR
HS4915MR
key cover with ”make up room” symbol
HD4915BL
HC4915BL
HS4915BL
key cover with ”room light” symbol
KEY COVERS WITH SYMBOLS FOR SCS CONTROL
H4372V230H
off-door lampholder with double optical
signalling: do not disturb and make up room –
use 2 LEDs item LN4742V12T (12V)
HD4177
HC4177
HS4177
shaver socket with insulation transformer input voltage 230 Vac @ 50/60 Hz - output
voltage 115/230 Vac 20 VA
HD4915M2BL
HC4915M2BL
HS4915M2BL
key cover with ”room light” symbol - 2 modules
CORD PUSHBUTTONS
cord pushbutton 1 P NO 10 A for bathroom alarm
HD4921BL
HC4921BL
HS4921BL
key cover with bed light symbol
HD4921M2BL
HC4921M2BL
HS4921M2BL
key cover with bed light symbol - 2 modules
USB CHARGER
HD4921DD
HC4921DD
HS4921DD
key cover with do not disturb symbol
HD4921MR
HC4921MR
HS4921MR
key cover with make up room symbol
SHAVER SOCKETS
HD4033
HC4033
HS4033
HD4285C
HC4285C
HS4285C
HD4285C2
HC4285C2
HS4285C2
5 Vdc USB socket for charging electronic devices
up to 750 mA like mobile phones, smartphones,
tablets and similar – 230 Vac power supply
5 Vdc USB socket for quick charge of one single
electronic device (mobile phones, smartphones,
tablets or similar) up to 1.550 mA or simultaneous
charging of two devices up to 750 mA – 230 Vac
power supply
NOTE:
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Item
HC4915DD
KEY COVER WITH SYMBOLS FOR AXIAL CONTROLS
White colour device
Tech colour device
Anthracite colour device
Neutral item
AXOLUTE - CATALOGUE
Dimensional data
RECTANGULAR COVER PLATES
DIN DEVICES
A
104
127
B
95
95
95
HA4802...
HA4803...
HA4804...
2 DIN modules
127
DIN DIMENSION TABLE (mm)
No. of Mod.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
95
141,5
195
HA4826...
HA4806...
ELLIPTIC COVER PLATES
103
A
17.5
35
52.5
70
87.5
105
122.5
140
157.5
175
210
B
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
82
C
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
149
93
93
93
126
HB4802...
C
150
HB4803...
HB4804...
126
93
138 ,5
195
HB4806...
HB4826...
BASE INTERFACE MODULE
MODULAR DEVICES
2 modules
40
45
3 modules
18
40
1 module
67,5
45
45
45
22,5
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LIVINGLIGHT
hotel
solutions
A complete offer for a state of the
art electric system inside the whole
welcoming establishment and in
particular inside the hotel room.
All this to ensure that customers
feel immediately at ease. The offer
includes both standard traditional
functions, and more advanced
functions.
DESIGNED TO IMPROVE
THE COMFORT OF THE
CUSTOMER
A solution for all kinds of hotels
EQUIPMENT
INCLUDING SPECIFIC
PRODUCTS FOR THE
SCS-BUS ROOM
STANDARD EQUIPMENT
The BTicino offer for
the rooms, and in wider
terms for the whole hotel
establishment, includes
many more devices that
are normally also used
for other applications.
LIVINGLIGHT
ONE FOR ALL,
ALL FOUR YOU
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Livinglight catalogue
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SCS-BUS devices
This page lists the devices for hotel comfort and access control
solutions.
LN4650
LN4651
LN4653
LN4652
LN4691
F430R8
KEY CARD SWITCHES
Item
LN4649
LN4648
key card switch for function activation in the
hotel room - slot light with built-in lamp - 30
second switch-off delay - SCS-BUS connection
- dimensions: 2 DIN modules - to be completed
with front cover in the desired look
key card switch for function activation in the
hotel room with RFID technology recognition slot light with built-in lamp - 30 second switchoff delay - SCS-BUS connection - dimensions: 2
DIN modules - to be completed with front cover
in the desired look
CONTROL INDICATORS FOR ROOM AUTOMATION
LN4650
LN4651
LN4653
LN4652
3541
3542
DO NOT DISTURB – MAKE UP THE ROOM indicator
and bell pushbutton - SCS-bus connection
- dimensions: 2 DIN modules
key card reader in RFID technology + DO NOT
DISTURB – MAKE UP THE ROOM indicator
and bell pushbutton - SCS-BUS connection dimensions: 2 DIN modules
DO NOT DISTURB – MAKE UP THE ROOM control
to be completed with key covers - SCS-BUS
connection - dimensions: 2 DIN modules
control with 8 KEYS for control light, automation,
rolling shutter, sound system, scenario control SCS-bus connection - dimensions: 2 DIN modules
A5 sheets for the customisation of the symbols
of item LN4652
3541 = black;
3542 = white
The sheets can be customised using the tool found in the
MyHOME_Suite configuration software.
THERMOSTAT
LN4691
NOTE:
White colour device
flush mounted thermostat with backlit display.
It can be used to control the temperature of an
individual zone, irrespective of a central unit
being installed as part of the system or not. It
features a temperature probe and an input for
the connection of a contact line (e.g. window
contact). It can be used for the management of
different types of systems, and the adjustment
of the fan speed when fan coils are used.
Possibility of automatic operation (summer/
winter), with compatible systems. SCS-bus
connection. Dimensions: 2 DIN modules
Tech colour device
Anthracite colour device
F430R3V10
MH201
DIN ACTUATORS
Item
F430R8
F430R3V10
F430V10
F430/2
F430/4
actuator with 8 independent relays for the
control of on-off valves, motorised valves (openclose and three points), pumps and fan coils with
2 and 4 tubes - 4A resistive, 1A motor valves,
pumps and fan-coils- SCS-bus connection dimesions: 4 DIN modules
actuator with 3 independent relays and 2 x 0-10
Volts outputs for the control of fan coils with 2
and 4 tubes with proportional 0-10 Volt valves
- 4A resistive, 1A fan coil - SCS-BUS connection
- dimensions: 4 DIN modules
actuator with 2 x 0-10 Volt outputs for the
control of 0-10 proportional valves - SCS-BUS
connection, - dimensions: 2 DIN modules
2 independent relay actuator for the control of
on-off valves, (open-close) motor valves and
pumps - 6A resistive, 2A motor valves and pumps
- SCS-BUS connection - 2 DIN modules
4 independent relay actuator - for the control of
on-off valves, (open-close) motor valves, pumps
and 2-tube fan coil - 4A resistive, 1A motor
valves, pumps and fan-coil - SCS-BUS connection
- 2 DIN modules
IP SCENARI0 MODULE
MH201
It manages scenarios related to hotel rooms - It
works as a gateway for the Configuration and
Supervisione software - it is necessary to install
one module for each room or zone - SCS-BUS and
ethernet network connection - dimensions: 1
DIN module
F458 *
IP SERVER to be used in systems with over 100
rooms or zones (over 100 MH201 installed).
Dimensions: 6 DIN modules
IP SERVER
* For availability refer to the sales network.
SOFTWARE
3544SW
3546SW
software for the supervision of the hotel rooms
status, for basic management and for key card
programming for hotel up to 20 rooms
software as above - for Hotel with over 20
rooms
Neutral item
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Devices and accessories for SCS-BUS
348402
E46ADCN
3480
Item
348210
348402
3515
F482
3510M
KEY CARDS AND KEY CARD PROGRAMMER
Credit card keycard (ISO 50x80 mm). It uses
transponder technology with frequency: 13.56
MHz. To be used together with the keycard
programmer, item code 348402. The keycard can
be customised and is sold in lots of 5 pieces.
Table-top key card programmer to be connected
to the PC in the reception.
Item
E49
power supply - input 230 Vac, output 27 Vdc SELV
– maximum consumption 450 mA – maximum
output current: 1.2 A - DIN rail mounted model
- space requirement 8 DIN modules – for flush
mounted or wall mounted switchboards
compact power supply - input 230 Vac, output
27 Vdc - maximum power delivered 600 mA dimensions: 2 DIN modules
CONTACT INTERFACE
3477
F428
basic module control interface with 2
independent contacts for the control of 2
actuators for single function loads, or 1 actuator
for double function loads (shutters) – the inputs
accepts two traditional switches or pushbuttons
with NO and NC contact, or a traditional two-way
switch, or interlocked pushbuttons
basic module control interface with 2
independent contacts for the control of 2
actuators for single function loads, or 1 actuator
for double function loads (shutters) – the inputs
accepts two traditional switches or pushbuttons
with NO and NC contact, or a traditional twoway switch, or interlocked pushbuttons - 2 DIN
modules
3512
VARIOUS ACCESSORIES
3515
spare plug-in clamps
3510
NC electromagnetic contact interface detectors
and protection line - flush mounted version
NC electromagnetic contact interface detectors
and protection line – made of brass with high
mechanical resistance, for installation in non
ferromagnetic material windows and doors, or in
low section doors and windows
NC electromagnetic contact interface detectors
and protection line – made of brass, with high
mechanical resistance for installation in all types
of doors and windows and reinforced doors
NC electromagnetic contact interface detectors
and protection line - visible mounted version
NC electromagnetic contact interface detectors
and protection line – made of die cast aluminium,
for installation on tilting or sliding doors. Preset
for floor installation
NC electromagnetic contact interface detectors
and protection line - version for visible
installation on metal surfaces
MAGNETIC CONTACTS
3510M
POWER SUPPLIES
E46ADCN
3511
3510PB
3511
3512
3513
CONTACT INTERFACE WITH ACTUATOR
3476
1 relay actuator - for single loads: 2 A resistive
or incandescence lamps and 2 A cosϕ 0.5 for
ferromagnetic transformers – input suitable for
a traditional NO contact pushbutton
NOTE:
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White colour device
Tech colour device
Anthracite colour device
Neutral item
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Devices and accessories for SCS-BUS
3501/1
3501/0
3501/2
3501/4
3501/3
3501/GEN
3501/GR
3501/AMB
3501/AUX
3501/PUL
3501/SLA
3501/CEN
3501/T
3501K/1
CONFIGURATORS – SINGLE-TYPE PACKAGE OF
10 PIECES
Item
configurator 0
configurator 1
configurator 2
configurator 3
configurator 4
configurator 5
configurator 6
configurator 7
configurator 8
configurator 9
configurator GEN
configurator GR
configurator AMB
configurator AUX
configurator ON
configurator OFF
configurator OI
3501/0
3501/1
3501/2
3501/3
3501/4
3501/5
3501/6
3501/7
3501/8
3501/9
3501/GEN
3501/GR
3501/AMB
3501/AUX
3501/ON
3501/OFF
3501/OI
L4669
L4669/500
CONFIGURATOR KIT
Item
3501K
kit of configurators from 0 to 9
3501K/1
kit of configurators AUX, GEN, GR, AMB,ON, OFF,
O/I, PUL, SLA, CEN, , M
L4669
L4669/500
sheathed pair made up of 2 flexible wires with
unshielded plaited sheath - insulation 300/500 V
- complies with standards CEI 46-5 and CEI 20-20
- coil length 100 metres
as above - coil length 500 metres
L4669KM1
as above - reel lenght 1000 metres
336904
specific cable with 2 twisted conductors. It can be
installed in underground piping, in accordance
with CEI 20-13 and CEI 20-14 standards.
- coil length 200 metres
as above - low toxicity cable without halogens
- ideal for application in environments where fire
hazard safety is critical - coil length 200 metres
CONNECTION CABLES
CONFIGURATORS – SINGLE-TYPE PACKAGE OF
10 PIECES
configurator PUL
configurator SLA
configurator CEN
configurator
configurator
M
3501/PUL
3501/SLA
3501/CEN
3501/T
3501/TM
336904
L4669HF
L4669HF
automation
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE DESIGN AND
INSTALLATION OF THE SCS-BUS SOLUTIONS REFER TO THE
SPECIFIC MYHOME TECHNICAL GUIDE
http://www.pageflip.bticino.it/myhomegb/
NOTE:
White colour device
Tech colour device
Anthracite colour device
Neutral item
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INSTALLATION
GUIDE
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CATALOGUE
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Traditional devices
Finishing accessories for SCS and
traditional devices
LN4549
L4177
NT4547
N4033
N4373H
NT4915TN
Item
LN4549
LN4548
KEY CARD SWITCH
key card switch for the power supply inside the
hotel room - slot light with built-in lamp - 30
second switch-off delay - power supply 230 Va.c.
- 2 modules - to be completed with front cover
in the desired look
key card switch for the power supply inside the
hotel room with RFID technology recognition slot light with built-in lamp - 30 second switchoff delay - power supply 230 Va.c. - 2 modules
- to be completed with front cover in the desired
look
LAMPHOLDER FOR OFF-DOOR SIGNALLING
N4373H
NT4373H
L4373H
off-door lampholder with double optical
signalling: do not disturb and make up room –
use 2 LEDs item LN4742V12T (12V)
NT4915DD NT4915MR
N4915SETBL
Item
front cover for traditonal or SCS key card switch
- 2 modules
N4551
NT4551
L4551
front cover for traditonal or SCS key card switch
- 3 modules
N4915DD
NT4915DD
L4915DD
key cover for rocker control devices with “do not
disturb” symbol
N4915MR
NT4915MR
L4915MR
key cover for rocker control devices with “make
up room” symbol
N4915M2DD
NT4915M2DD
L4915M2DD
“DO NOT DISTURB” key covers - 2 modules
KEY COVERS WITH SYMBOLS FOR SCS CONTROL
SHAVER SOCKETS
shaver socket with insulation transformer
- input voltage 230 Vac @ 50/60 Hz
- output voltage 115/230 Vac 20 VA
* NOTE: In case of installation using AIR cover plates, the box extension must be
used to make wiring easier
N4177*
NT4177 *
L4177*
CORD PUSHBUTTONS
N4033
NT4033
L4033
cord pushbutton 1 P NO 10 A for bathroom alarm
NOTE:
44
FRONT COVERS FOR KEY CARD SWITCHES
N4547
NT4547
L4547
KEY COVER THAT CAN BE CUSTOMISED AND KIT
OF DIFFUSERS
N4915TN
NT4915TN
L4915TN
key cover for rocker control devices that can be
customised with lightable diffuser
N4915SETBL
NT4915SETBL
L4915SETBL
kit of 50 lightable diffusers with bed light
symbol
White colour device
Tech colour device
Anthracite colour device
Neutral item
LIVINGLIGHT - CATALOGUE
Dimensional data
SQUARE COVER PLATES
MODULAR DEVICES
9,2
22,5
45
45
86
142
LNA4803...
LNA4819...
LND4803KR
LND4819KR
LNA4802...
LND4802KR
LNA4804...
LND4804KR
120
1 module
9,3
45
120
86
88
9,2
86
10,2
2 modules
67,5
9,2
86
45
134
208
3 modules
LNA4826...
LND4826KR
LNA4807...
LND4807KR
ROUND COVER PLATES
DIN DEVICES
10
128
10
150
89
89
10,3
A
C
89
102,9
B
LNB4802...
LNB4803...
LNB4804...
10,3
130
2 DIN modules
10
DIN DIMENSION TABLE (mm)
No. of Mod.
A
B
1
17.5
82
2
35
82
3
52.5
82
4
70
82
5
87.5
82
6
105
82
7
122.5
82
8
140
82
9
157.5
82
10
175
82
12
210
82
89
137
216
LNB4807...
LNB4826...
LIVINGLIGHT AIR COVER PLATES
4,75
4,75
120
4,75
142
LNC4802...
86
86
86
88
LNC4803...
C
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
66
LNC4804...
4,75
120
BASE INTERFACE MODULE
40
18
4,75
86
40
134
208
LNC4807...
3480
LNC4826...
118
LIVING INTERNATIONAL COVER PLATES
119
206
140
L4802..
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L4803..
80
80
80
80
128
93
L4804..
L4807..
L4826..
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TECHNICAL SHEETS
0 675 90
Outside the door indicator
BUS-SCS
Description
Front view
Outside the door indicator with “Do Not Disturb” or “Make Up Room” notifications;
it also has a call bell pushbutton.
If the DND function is active, the call pushbutton is disabled.
The white backlight switch on function can be configured for operating in different
modes. See the physical configuration section “L configurator”.
The device can be configured in two different ways:
- Physical configuration, by inserting the configurators in the appropriate housings.
- Configuration using the MyHOME_Suite software, which can be downloaded from
the website www.homesystems-legrandgroup.com; this last type of configuration
has the advantage of offering many more options when compared with the physical
configuration.
1
4
H4650
LN4650
2
3
F430R8
8 relay actuator
Rear view
Technical data
Power supply from SCS BUS:
Stand-by absorption:
Relay contact (activated by the front pushbutton):
Operating temperature:
Description
18 – 27 Vdc
10 mA
20 mA max
12 Vac/dc – 230 Vac
1A max
5 – 40 °C
5
7
6
MH201
IP scenario module
BUS-SCS
Typical wiring diagram with max 100 rooms or common areas
Standards, Certifications, Marks
Legend
1. DND indicator (red LED on = DO NOT DISTURB)
EN 60669-2-1
EN 50491-5-1
EN 50428
To the other rooms
3. Call pushbutton
MH201
4. Customisable and backlit area (white LED on)
H4648
LN4648
0 675 66
5 727 36
5 722 36
ROOM 301
H4653
LN4653
0 675 93
H4652
LN4652
0 675 92
H4691
LN4691
0 674 59
5. Configurator socket
–
2
3
4
5
MUR
HUB Switch
4
6
FAN
E49
pushbutton
18 – 27 Vdc
15 mA
100 mA
(+5) – (+40) °C
4 A (resistive); 1 A (inductive)
4 DIN modules
+
DND
1
7. NO contact for the activation of the bell. The contact is controlled by the front
Power supply from SCS BUS:
Stand by absorption:
Max. absorption:
Operating temperature:
Maximum driven power:
Dimensional data
MODE
6. Clamps for connection to the SCS BUS
•
• up to 4 Open/Close or 3-point valves
•
• 1 x 2-tube fan-coil with 3-point valves (5 relays)
•
• 1 x 4-tube fan-coil with 2 x 3-point valves (7 relays).
Technical data
TO THE OTHER FLOORS
3rd FLOOR
2. MUR indicator (green LED on = MAKE UP ROOM)
Dimensional data
1
loads based on requirements.
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
Configuration
BUS SCS
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
DC - In
ZA
MH201
Size: 2 flush mounted modules
SCS
301
E49
ZB
H4651
LN4651
0 675 91
ZA, ZB = Actuator address
N = Progressive zone number
LOAD = Type of load
N
LOAD
2nd FLOOR
LOAD = 0
To the other rooms
MH201
H4648
LN4648
0 675 66
5 727 36
5 722 36
ROOM 201
H4653
LN4653
0 675 93
H4691
LN4691
0 674 59
H4652
LN4652
0 675 92
MODE
+
–
DND
1
2
3
4
5
MUR
6
FAN
E49
HUB Switch
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
BUS SCS
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
DC - In
MH201
SCS
MM00774-a-EN
201
E49
02/10/2013
1st FLOOR
H4651
LN4651
0 675 91
To the other rooms
MH201
H4648
LN4648
0 675 66
5 727 36
5 722 36
ROOM 101
H4653
LN4653
0 675 93
H4691
LN4691
0 674 59
H4652
LN4652
0 675 92
MODE
+
–
DND
1
2
3
4
5
MUR
6
FAN
E49
HUB Switch
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
DC - In
BUS SCS
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
MH201
SCS
101
E49
H4651
LN4651
0 675 91
RECEPTION
3
Legend
1. Outputs 1–8 + 2 common contacts
2. Configurator socket
3. BUS
OUT1
Fan speed 1
OUT2
Fan speed 2
OUT3
Fan speed 3
OUT4
Valve opening
OUT5
Valve closure
OUT6
Not used
OUT7
Not used
OUT8
Not used
LOAD = 2 Control of one 4-tube fan-coil with 3-point valves
4. Pushbuttons
OUT1
Fan speed 1
OUT2
Fan speed 2
OUT3
Fan speed 3
OUT4
Heating valve opening
OUT5
Heating valve closure
OUT6
Cooling valve opening
OUT7
Cooling valve closure
OUT8
Not used
Note: better configuration possibilities, including the management of other types of
loads, or the configuration of the free outputs, are available using MyHOME_Suite (in this
case the described applications must be fully configured using a PC), starting from verion
1.3, which can be downloaded from the website www.homesystems-legrandgroup.com
MM00779-a-EN
348402
Existing hotel Ethernet network
PC + software for
room management
USB cable
MM00777-a- EN
46
OUT1
Fan speed 1
OUT2
Fan speed 2
OUT3
Fan speed 3
OUT4
Heating valve
OUT5
Cooling valve
OUT6
Not used
OUT7
Not used
OUT8
Not used
LOAD = 1 Control of one 2-tube fan-coil with 3-point valves
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0 675 89
12/09/2013
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Technical sheets
Technical and dimensional data, regulations, assembly and installation
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E49
BUS SCS
compact power supply
Description
1
The power supply must be used to supply power to the MY HOME and Lighting
Management systems. On the output, the unit supplies a 27 Vdc continuous low
voltage, with a maximum current of 600 mA. It is protected by an integrated fuse (not
replaceable) against short circuit and overload.
It’s a double insulation safety device in accordance with CEI EN60065, and can therefore
be used in conjunction with a SELV source in accordance with paragraph 11.1.2.5 of
CEI 64-8-4. The power supply unit is fitted inside a 2 DIN rail module enclosure, and its
installation must be in accordance with the regulations of the country of use.
PRI
In general, the following requirements must be met:
- The power supply must always be installed in appropriate enclosures.
- The device must be kept away from water drips and sprays.
- Care must be taken not to obstruct the air vents.
- A two-pole circuit breaker must be installed, with contact separation of at least 3 mm
located nearby the power supply. The circuit breaker is used to disconnect the power
supply from the mains, and to protect it.
E49
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
2
The device must NOT be configured.
SCS
Technical data
PRI (AC power supply input)
Rated voltage:
Rated current:
Working voltage range:
Working frequency range:
Input power at full load:
Dissipated power:
Performance at full load:
Power in stand by:
Operating temperature:
Integrated fuse (PRI side):
SCS
Rated voltage:
Rated current:
Rated power:
220 – 240 V
175 – 185 mA
187 – 265 V
47 – 63 Hz
21.5 W max
5.3 W max
80% typ.
<1W
(+5) – (+40) °C
F1 T2A 250V (CANNOT BE REPLACED)
3
Legend
1. Clamps (PRI) for connection to the power supply voltage
2. LED: – green (power supply ON)
– red (output current overload)
3. Clamps (SCS) for the connection of the BUS/SCS
27 V +/- 100 mV
0 – 0.6 A
16.2 W
Dimensional data
2 DIN modukes
MM00260-a-EN
48
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E46ADCN
BUS SCS
power supply
Description
The power supply must be used to supply power to the MY HOME and Lighting
Management systems. On the output, the unit supplies a 27 Vdc continuous low voltage,
with a maximum current of 1 A. It is electronically protected (without fuses) against
short circuit and overload.
It’s a double insulation safety device in accordance with CEI EN60065, and can therefore
be used in conjunction with a SELV source in accordance with paragraph 11.1.2.5 of CEI
64-8-4.
The power supply unit is fitted inside a 8 DIN rail module enclosure, and its installation
must be in accordance with the regulations of the country of use.
230 ±10% V 50-60Hz
IMAX =300 mA
In general, the following requirements must be met:
- The power supply must always be installed in appropriate enclosures.
- The device must be kept away from water drips and sprays.
- Care must be taken not to obstruct the air vents.
- A two-pole circuit breaker must be installed, with contact separation of at least 3 mm
located nearby the power supply. The circuit breaker is used to disconnect the power
supply from the mains, and to protect it.
Technical data
Power supply voltage:
Input MAX power consumption:
Output voltage:
Maximum power delivered:
Maximum power consumption:
Reference standards:
Protection index:
Operating temperature:
3
2
1
Legend
1. Clamps (1-2) with 27 Vdc output voltage
230 Vac ± 10% @ 50/60 Hz
300 mA
27 Vdc
1.2 A
11 W
EN60065
IP30
5 – 40 °C
2. Clamps (BUS) for the connection of the BUS/SCS
3. Clamps for connection to the power supply voltage
Dimensional data
Size: 8 DIN modules
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346020
Additional power supply 230 V
Description
1
2 DIN module devices which allows to:
- locally supply the single video door entry handsets and entrance panels.
- supply some accessories of the Communication and MY HOME catalogues (ex: Web
server, A/V server, scenario programmers, 2 WIRE/IP interface, switch 10/100, ADSL
modem router, Hub-TV and SCS modulator).
It is a double insulation safety device in accordance with CEI.
The power supply is enclosed by a 2 DIN module plastic rail enclosure, and its installation
must be in accordance with the regulations of the country of use.
The device must not be configured.
PR I
Technical data
346020
PRI: 220 - 240V~
175-165mA
50/60Hz
PRI (AC power supply input)
Rated voltage:
220 – 240 Vac
Rated current:
180 – 190 mA
Working voltage range:
187 – 265 V
Working frequency range: 47 – 63 Hz
Input power at full load:
20 W max
Dissipated power:
3.8 W (max.)
Performance at full load:
80% typ.
Power in stand by:
<1W
Operating temperature:
5 – 40 °C
Integrated fuse (PRI side): F1 T2A 250V (CANNOT BE REPLACED)
1 - 2 (DC output):
Rated voltage:
Rated current:
Rated power:
1-2: 27Vdc
600mA
2
1- 2
3
27 V +/- 100 mV
0 – 0.6 A
16.2 W
Legend
Standards, Certifications, Marks
1 - 230 Vac input connection clamps
2 - Operating status notification LEDs:
(GREEN ON) – normal operation of the power supply
(RED ON) – output current overload
3 - Output 1 – 2 connection clamps
Standards: CEI EN60065
Dimensional data
2 DIN modules
Assembly, Installation
Comply with the following installation requirements:
-
The power supply must always be installed in appropriate enclosures
It must be kept away from water drips and sprays.
Do not to obstruct the air vents.
A double-pole thermal magnetic circuit breaker with contact separation of at least 3
mm must be used, positioned near the power supply. The circuit breaker is used to
disconnect the power supply from the mains, and to protect it.
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BUS-SCS key card switches
Description
Front view
Hotel room power supply key card switch. Thanks to the LED backlit slot, the device can
be found in the dark. An automatic switch off delay can also be set.
It can be used with key cards with sizes between 45 mm and 54 mm (ISO).
The device can be configured in two different ways:
- Physical configuration, by inserting the configurators in the appropriate housings.
- Configuration using the MyHOME_Suite software, which can be downloaded from
the website www.homesystems-legrandgroup.com; this last type of configuration
has the advantage of offering many more options when compared with the physical.
configuration.
1
2
3
4
Technical data
Power supply from SCS BUS:
Max. absorption:
Stand-by absorption:
Operating temperature:
18-27 Vdc
6 mA
5 mA
(-10) – (+45) °C
Rear view
Standards, Certifications, Marks
5
EN 60669-2-1
EN 50491-5-1
EN 50428
6
Dimensional data
Size: 2 flush mounted modules
Legend
1. Programming key: Learn IN
2. Programming key: Learn OUT
3. LED
4. Key card detection microswitch
5. Configurator socket
6. SCS BUS connector
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5 722 35
Ethernet connection to the system
Physical configuration
Two modes:
- CENTRALIZED (to be used with MH201), to recall scenarios managed by the scenario
programmer. When the key card is inserted and removed, the device forwards
a signal to the scenario programmer, which depending on the scenarios set will
activate the corresponding functions programmed.
Ethernet
network
HUB Switch
MH201
A = 1-9 (CEN command address)
PL = 1-9 (CEN command address)
M1 = CEN
DEL1 = no configurator
M2 = no configurator
DEL2 = no configurator
Note: the insertion of the key card corresponds to “Pushbutton 1” of the control, while
the removal of the key card corresponds to “Pushbutton 2” of the control
1
2
3
4
5
6
MH201
DC - In
Ethernet network
BUS-SCS
- SCENARIO, where by inserting the key card a group of actuators is enabled, and an
entrance scenario is activated (through the scenario module), and by removing the
key card an exit scenario is activated (through the scenario module), thanks to which
all the group actuators will switch off and then disable after a set time delay.
A = 1-9 (as scenario module)
PL = 1-9 (as scenario module)
M1 = 1-8 (activation of the corresponding scenario: see table B)
DEL1 = 0 - 9 (switching on time delay at the insertion of the key card: see table A)
M2 = no configurator
DEL2 = 0 - 9 (switching off time delay after the removal of the key card: see table A)
Table A
Configurator value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Time
0
1 min
2 min
3 min
4 min
5 min
10 min
15 min
15 sec
30 sec
Table B
Configurator value
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Scenario - Group
Scenario-group (Sce1=1, Sce2=9, Gr=1)
Scenario-group (Sce1=2, Sce2=10, Gr=2)
Scenario-group (Sce1=3, Sce2=11, Gr=3)
Scenario-group (Sce1=4, Sce2=12, Gr=4)
Scenario-group (Sce1=5, Sce2=13, Gr=5)
Scenario-group (Sce1=6, Sce2=14, Gr=6)
Scenario-group (Sce1=7, Sce2=15, Gr=7)
Scenario-group (Sce1=8, Sce2=16, Gr=8)
PC for configuration
SCENARIO mode programming
SCENARIO mode programming:
This operation is performed to create a link between the key card switch and the
scenario module. The procedure is as follows:
1) Power the key card switch. Check that the scenario module is in programming
mode, with the green LED on;
2) Press and hold down programming key 1 (Learn IN) or 2 (Learn OUT) until the LED
starts flashing (approximately 3 seconds);
3) Create the scenario using the system controls and actuators;
4) Once the scenario has been saved, briefly press programming key 1 (Learn IN) or 2
(Learn 2) to exit the programming status;
5) The scenario module will also have to exit programming status (see the scenario
module technical information).
Cancelling the programming in SCENARIO mode:
1) Power the key card switch. Check that the scenario module is in programming
mode, with the green LED on:
2) Press and hold down programming key 1 (Learn IN) or 2 (Learn 2) for 8 seconds.
after 3 seconds the LED will turn on, after a further 5 seconds it will turn off again;
3) Release the key;
4) The LED flashing, followed by the LED switching off, indicates that the programming
has been cancelled;
5) The scenario module will also have to exit programming status (see the scenario
module technical information).
1
2
Note: Sce 1 = scenario activated on insertion
Sce 2 = scenario activated on removal
Gr = group of actuators
3
4
Configuration using the MyHOME_Suite software
This is performed using the appropriate MyHOME_Suite application. This mode has
the advantage of offering many more options when compared with the physical
configuration. The software configuration requires Ethernet connection between the
system and the PC, through the IP MH201 scenario module.
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2.
3.
4.
Programming key: Learn IN
Programming key: Learn OUT
LED
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R2
M
L
A
PL
T
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
2
7
2
0
1
1
2
MH201
L1 L
MH201
H4650
LN4650
0 675 90
Transformer
GS
(TM+EL)
A
N
L
F
E49
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
E49
PRI
SCS
B
TM2
A =9
PL = 9
M1 = CEN
DEL1= –
M2 = –
DEL2= –
H4649
LN4649
0 675 65
5 727 35
5 722 35
To other
room services
C
TM1
WINDOW
OPEN
WINDOW
CLOSED
Protection
line
Magnet
R1 = 2
R2 = 7
M = –
DND
H4653
LN4653
0 675 93
ECO
ON
NC contact
Contact
MUR
Contact
FAN
–
2
7
1
7
CEN
–
3
A =
PL =
M =
LED =
9
8
CEN
–
H4652
LN4652
0 675 92
ZA =
ZB =
+
TYPE =
HEAT =
COOL =
PUMP =
H4691
LN4691 IN =
0 674 59
MODE
3513
Magnet
D
TM3
To other
devices
BUS SCS
=
=
=
=
2
7
1
–
DESCRIPTION
Power supply
Outside the door indicator
Key card switch
DND and MUR controls
8 key scenario control
Thermostat with display
IP scenario module
Air conditioning actuator
ROOM
CORRIDOR
RECEPTION
ZA
ZB
N
LOAD
E
F430R8
To the fan-coil
or temperature
control system
C
F
E
B
A
D
The general switch GS (TM+EL) must
be selected based on the absorption of
the services installed.
The TM switch must be selected based
on the power supply used.
The TM switch must be selected based
on the loads connected.
The actuator to be used depends on
the type of air conditioning system
installed.
If the current supplied by the E49
is not sufficient to power the SCS
system, it is possible to use the
E46ADCN power supply.
General note: the devices listed in the legend are for
the LivingLight series.
ITEM
E49
LN4650
LN4649
LN4653
LN4652
LN4691
MH201
F430R8
Cooling
V3
Heating
V1
V2
L
N
L
N
Principle and configuration diagram for a hotel room
230 Vac
Bell
12 Vac/dc – 230 Vac
max 1A
Ethernet
network
6
PC for room management
Other rooms
DC - In
1
HUB Switch
Ethernet
network
230 V
50 Hz
BUS-SCS key card switches
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BUS SCS
RFID key card switches
Description
Front view
RFID key card switch for the connection of the power supply to the hotel room
(13.56 MHz frequency key card detection). Thanks to the LED backlit slot, the device
can be found in the dark. An automatic switch off delay can also be set.
It can be used with key cards with sizes between 45 mm and 54 mm (ISO).
The device can be configured in two different ways:
- Physical configuration, by inserting the configurators in the appropriate housings.
- Configuration using the MyHOME_Suite software, which can be downloaded from
the website www.homesystems-legrandgroup.com; this last type of configuration
has the advantage of offering many more options when compared with the physical
configuration.
3
1
2
Technical data
Power supply from SCS BUS:
Max. absorption:
Stand-by absorption:
Operating temperature:
RFID key card frequency:
18-27 Vdc
6 mA
5 mA
5 – 40 °C
13.56 MHz
Rear view
4
Standards, Certifications, Marks
EN 60669-2-1
EN 50491-5-1
EN 50428
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Dimensional data
Legend
1. Programming key: Learn IN
Size: 2 flush mounted modules
2. Programming key: Learn OUT
3. LED
4. Configurator socket
5. SCS BUS connector
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Ethernet connection to the system
Physical configuration
Two modes:
- CENTRALIZED, to recall scenarios managed by the scenario programmer. When
the key card is inserted and removed, the device forwards a signal to the scenario
programmer, which depending on the scenarios set will activate the corresponding
functions programmed.
Ethernet
network
HUB Switch
MH201
A = 1-9 (CEN command address)
PL = 1-9 (CEN command address)
M1 = CEN
DEL1 = no configurator
M2 = no configurator
DEL2 = no configurator
Note: the insertion of the key card corresponds to “Pushbutton 1” of the control, while
the removal of the key card corresponds to “Pushbutton 2” of the control
1
2
3
4
5
6
MH201
DC - In
Ethernet network
BUS-SCS
- SCENARIO, where by inserting the key card a group of actuators is enabled, and an
entrance scenario is activated (through the scenario module), and by removing the
key card an exit scenario is activated (through the scenario module), thanks to which
all the group actuators will switch off and then disable after a set time delay.
A = 1-9 (as scenario module)
PL = 1-9 (as scenario module)
M1 = 1-8 (activation of the corresponding scenario: see table B)
DEL1 = 0 - 9 (switching on time delay at the insertion of the key card: see table A)
M2 = no configurator
DEL2 = 0 - 9 (switching off time delay after the removal of the key card: see table A)
Table A
Configurator value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Time
0
1 min
2 min
3 min
4 min
5 min
10 min
15 min
15 sec
30 sec
Table B
Configurator value
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Scenario - Group
Scenario-group (Sce1=1, Sce2=9, Gr=1)
Scenario-group (Sce1=2, Sce2=10, Gr=2)
Scenario-group (Sce1=3, Sce2=11, Gr=3)
Scenario-group (Sce1=4, Sce2=12, Gr=4)
Scenario-group (Sce1=5, Sce2=13, Gr=5)
Scenario-group (Sce1=6, Sce2=14, Gr=6)
Scenario-group (Sce1=7, Sce2=15, Gr=7)
Scenario-group (Sce1=8, Sce2=16, Gr=8)
PC for configuration
SCENARIO mode programming
SCENARIO mode programming
This operation is performed to create a link between the key card switch and the
scenario module. The procedure is as follows:
1) Power the key card switch. Check that the scenario module is in programming
mode, with the green LED on;
2) Press and hold down programming key 1 (Learn IN) or 2 (Learn OUT) until the LED
starts flashing (approximately 3 seconds);
3) Create the scenario using the system controls and actuators;
4) Once the scenario has been saved, briefly press programming key 1 (Learn IN) or 2
(Learn 2) to exit the programming status;
5) The scenario module will also have to exit programming status (see the scenario
module technical information).
Cancelling the programming in SCENARIO mode:
1) Power the key card switch. Check that the scenario module is in programming
mode, with the green LED on:
2) Press and hold down programming key 1 (Learn IN) or 2 (Learn 2) for 8 seconds.
after 3 seconds the LED will turn on, after a further 5 seconds it will turn off again;
3) Release the key;
4) The LED flashing, followed by the LED switching off, indicates that the programming
has been cancelled;
5) The scenario module will also have to exit programming status (see the scenario
module technical information).
3
Note: Sce 1 = scenario activated on insertion
Sce 2 = scenario activated on removal
Gr = group of actuators
Configuration using the MyHOME_Suite software
This is performed using the appropriate MyHOME_Suite application. This mode has
the advantage of offering many more options when compared with the physical
configuration. The software configuration requires Ethernet connection between the
system and the PC, through the IP MH201 scenario module.
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2. Programming key: Learn OUT
3. LED
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R2
M
L
A
PL
T
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Bell
12 Vac/dc – 230 Vac
max 1A
230 Vac
2
7
2
0
1
1
2
L1 L
MH201
PRI
E49
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
2 sec.
Room door
electric lock
A = 1
PL = 1
M = PUL
F411/1N
Transformer
F
E49
SCS
B
TM2
A =9
PL = 9
M1 = CEN
DEL1= –
M2 = –
DEL2= –
H4648
LN4648
0 675 66
5 727 36
5 722 36
To other
room services
C
TM1
WINDOW
OPEN
WINDOW
CLOSED
Protection
line
Magnet
R1 = 2
R2 = 7
M = –
DND
H4653
LN4653
0 675 93
ECO
ON
NC contact
Contact
MUR
Contact
MODE
FAN
–
A =
PL =
M =
LED =
9
8
CEN
–
H4652
LN4652
0 675 92
ZA = 2
ZB = 7
+
TYPE = 1
HEAT = 7
COOL = CEN
PUMP = –
H4691
LN4691 IN = 3
0 674 59
3513
Magnet
D
TM3
To other
devices
BUS SCS
=
=
=
=
2
7
1
–
DESCRIPTION
Power supply
Key card reader outside the door and
indicators
Key card
Key card switch
DND and MUR controls
8 key scenario control
Thermostat with display
IP scenario module
Air conditioning actuator
DIN module 1 relay actuator
ROOM
CORRIDOR
RECEPTION
ZA
ZB
N
LOAD
E
F430R8
To the fan-coil
or temperature
control system
C
F
E
B
A
D
The general switch GS (TM+EL) must
be selected based on the absorption of
the services installed.
The TM switch must be selected based
on the power supply used.
The TM switch must be selected based
on the loads connected.
The actuator to be used depends on
the type of air conditioning system
installed.
If the current supplied by the E49
is not sufficient to power the SCS
system, it is possible to use the
E46ADCN power supply.
General note: the devices listed in the legend are for
the LivingLight series.
348210
LN4648
LN4653
LN4652
LN4691
MH201
F430R8
F411/1N
LN4651
ITEM
E49
Cooling
Heating
V3
V2
V1
L
N
L
N
BUS SCS
RFID key card switches
348210
0 675 89
H4651
LN4651
0 675 91
Transformer
MH201
GS (TM+EL)
A
N
L
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0 675 93
DND and MUR flush mounted control
BUS-SCS
Description
H4653
LN4653
Front view
Flush mounted control for installation inside the room, for the activation of the “Do Not
Disturb” or “Make Up Room” notifications on the indicator outside the door.
The device can be configured in two different ways:
- Physical configuration, by inserting the configurators in the appropriate housings.
- Configuration using the MyHOME_Suite software, which can be downloaded from
the website www.homesystems-legrandgroup.com; this last type of configuration
has the advantage of offering many more options when compared with the physical.
configuration.
1
Technical data
Power supply from SCS BUS:
Absorption:
Operating temperature:
18 – 27 Vdc
max. 7.5 mA
5 – 40 °C
2
Rear view
Standards, Certifications, Marks
EN 60669-2-1
EN 50090-2-2
EN 50090-2-3
EN 50428
3
4
Legend
Dimensional data
1. LED adjustment/disable pushbutton
Size: 2 flush mounted modules
2. LED:
AXOLUTE/ARTEOR/CÉLIANE: BLUE: message not active
PURPLE: message active
LIVINGLIGHT: GREEN: message not active
ORANGE: message active
3. Clamps for connection to the SCS BUS
4. Configurator socket
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BUS-SCS
Physical configuration
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H4653
LN4653
LED brightness adjustment
R1
R2
30%
M
R1, R2 = Room address (R1 identifies the tenths; R2 identifies the units)
DEFAULT
M = 0 DND and MUR active - 2 x 1 module key covers
DND
M = 1 DND control only - 1 double key cover
DND
Configuration using the MyHOME_Suite software
This is performed using the appropriate MyHOME_Suite application. This mode has
the advantage of offering many more options when compared with the physical
configuration. The software configuration requires Ethernet connection between the
system and the PC, through the IP MH201 scenario module.
Ethernet connection to the system
Ethernet
network
HUB Switch
MH201
2
3
4
5
6
MH201
DC - In
Ethernet network
BUS-SCS
PC for configuration
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3
4
5
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R1
R2
M
L
A
PL
T
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Bell
12 Vac/dc – 230 Vac
max 1A
230 Vac
2
7
2
0
1
1
2
L1 L
MH201
348210
0 675 89
H4651
LN4651
0 675 91
Transformer
MH201
GS
(TM+EL)
A
N
L
PRI
E49
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
A = 1
PL = 1
M = PUL
2 sec.
Room door
electric lock
F411/1N
Transformer
F
E49
SCS
B
TM2
A =9
PL = 9
M1 = CEN
DEL1= –
M2 = –
DEL2= –
H4648
LN4648
0 675 66
5 727 36
5 722 36
To other
room services
C
TM1
WINDOW
OPEN
WINDOW
CLOSED
Protection
line
Magnet
R1 = 2
R2 = 7
M = –
DND
H4653
LN4653
0 675 93
ECO
ON
NC contact
Contact
MUR
Contact
MODE
FAN
–
2
7
1
7
CEN
–
3
A =
PL =
M =
LED =
9
8
CEN
–
H4652
LN4652
0 675 92
ZA =
ZB =
+
TYPE =
HEAT =
COOL =
PUMP =
H4691
LN4691 IN =
0 674 59
3513
Magnet
D
TM3
To other
devices
BUS SCS
=
=
=
=
2
7
1
–
DESCRIPTION
Power supply
Key card reader outside the door and
indicators
Key card
Key card switch
DND and MUR controls
8 key scenario control
Thermostat with display
IP scenario module
Air conditioning actuator
DIN module 1 relay actuator
ROOM
CORRIDOR
RECEPTION
ZA
ZB
N
LOAD
E
F430R8
To the fan-coil
or temperature
control system
L
N
C
D
The general switch GS (TM+EL) must
be selected based on the absorption of
the services installed.
The TM switch must be selected based
on the power supply used.
The TM switch must be selected based
on the loads connected.
The actuator to be used depends on
the type of air conditioning system
installed.
If the current supplied by the E49
is not sufficient to power the SCS
system, it is possible to use the
E46ADCN power supply.
0 675 93
F
E
B
A
General note: the devices listed in the legend are for
the LivingLight series.
348210
LN4648
LN4653
LN4652
LN4691
MH201
F430R8
F411/1N
LN4651
ITEM
E49
Heating
Cooling
V3
V2
V1
L
N
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HUB Switch
Ethernet
network
230 V
50 Hz
DND and MUR flush mounted control
BUS-SCS
H4653
LN4653
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Outside the door indicator
BUS-SCS
Description
Front view
Outside the door indicator with “Do Not Disturb” or “Make Up Room” notifications;
it also has a call bell pushbutton.
If the DND function is active, the call pushbutton is disabled.
The white backlight switch on function can be configured for operating in different
modes. See the physical configuration section “L configurator”.
The device can be configured in two different ways:
- Physical configuration, by inserting the configurators in the appropriate housings.
- Configuration using the MyHOME_Suite software, which can be downloaded from
the website www.homesystems-legrandgroup.com; this last type of configuration
has the advantage of offering many more options when compared with the physical
configuration.
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4
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3
Rear view
Technical data
Power supply from SCS BUS:
Stand-by absorption:
Relay contact (activated by the front pushbutton):
Operating temperature:
18 – 27 Vdc
10 mA
20 mA max
12 Vac/dc – 230 Vac
1A max
5 – 40 °C
5
7
6
Standards, Certifications, Marks
Legend
1. DND indicator (red LED on = DO NOT DISTURB)
EN 60669-2-1
EN 50491-5-1
EN 50428
2. MUR indicator (green LED on = MAKE UP ROOM)
3. Call pushbutton
4. Customisable and backlit area (white LED on)
5. Configurator socket
6. Clamps for connection to the SCS BUS
7. NO contact for the activation of the bell. The contact is controlled by the front
Dimensional data
pushbutton
Size: 2 flush mounted modules
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Wiring diagrams
Room 127 bell control diagram
The bell is active while the relevant key on the device is pressed.
R1
R2
M
230 Vac
L
R1, R2 = Room address (R1 identifies the tenths; R2 identifies the units)
Transformer
Room bell
12 Vac/dc – 230 Vac
1A max
M = 0 for use together with F420
M = 1 for use together with MH200N
M = 2 for use together with MH201
L = LED functions
WHITE BACKLIGHTING
LED
ON: occupied OFF: free
ON: occupied OFF: free
ON: free OFF: occupied
ON: free OFF: occupied
Always ON
Always ON
Always OFF
Always OFF
L CONFIGURATOR
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
RED DND
LED
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
GREEN
MUR LED
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
R1
R2
M
L
=
=
=
=
2
7
2
0
L1
L2
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LN4650
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BUS-SCS
Configuration using the MyHOME_Suite software
This is performed using the appropriate MyHOME_Suite application. This mode has
the advantage of offering many more options when compared with the physical
configuration. The software configuration requires Ethernet connection between the
system and the PC, through the IP MH201 scenario module.
Ethernet connection to the system
Ethernet
network
HUB Switch
MH201
1
2
3
4
5
6
MH201
DC - In
Ethernet network
BUS-SCS
PC for configuration
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=
=
=
=
=
=
=
2
7
2
0
1
1
2
MH201
L1 L
MH201
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Transformer
GS
(TM+EL)
A
N
L
F
E49
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
E49
PRI
SCS
C
B
A =9
PL = 9
M1 = CEN
DEL1= –
M2 = –
DEL2= –
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room services
TM1
TM2
WINDOW
OPEN
WINDOW
CLOSED
Protection
line
Magnet
R1 = 2
R2 = 7
M = –
DND
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ECO
ON
NC contact
Contact
MUR
Contact
FAN
–
A =
PL =
M =
LED =
9
8
CEN
–
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ZA = 2
ZB = 7
+
TYPE = 1
HEAT = 7
COOL = CEN
H4691 PUMP = –
LN4691 IN = 3
0 674 59
MODE
3513
Magnet
D
TM3
To other
devices
BUS SCS
=
=
=
=
To the fan-coil
or temperature
control system
2
7
1
–
DESCRIPTION
Power supply
Outside the door indicator
Key card switch
DND and MUR controls
8 key scenario control
Thermostat with display
IP scenario module
Air conditioning actuator
ROOM
CORRIDOR
RECEPTION
ZA
ZB
N
LOAD
E
F430R8
L
N
C
D
The general switch GS (TM+EL) must
be selected based on the absorption of
the services installed.
The TM switch must be selected based
on the power supply used.
The TM switch must be selected based
on the loads connected.
The actuator to be used depends on
the type of air conditioning system
installed.
If the current supplied by the E49
is not sufficient to power the SCS
system, it is possible to use the
E46ADCN power supply.
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F
E
B
A
General note: the devices listed in the legend are for
the LivingLight series.
ITEM
E49
LN4650
LN4649
LN4653
LN4652
LN4691
MH201
F430R8
Cooling
Heating
V3
V2
V1
L
N
Outside the door indicator
BUS-SCS
R1
R2
M
L
A
PL
T
Bell
12 Vac/dc – 230 Vac
max 1A
Ethernet
network
6
PC for room management
Other rooms
2
Altre camere
DC - In
1
HUB
HUBSwitch
Switch
Ethernet
network
230 V
50 Hz
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RFID reader and outside the door indicator
BUS SCS
Description
Front view
Outside the door indicator with “Do Not Disturb” and “Make UP Room” notification, call
bell pushbutton, RFID key card reader (13.56 MHz frequency key card detection), and
room occupied notification.
The white backlight switch on function can be configured for operating in different
modes. See the physical configuration section “L configurator”.
The device can be configured in two different ways:
- Physical configuration, by inserting the configurators in the appropriate housings.
- Configuration using the MyHOME_Suite software, which can be downloaded from
the website www.homesystems-legrandgroup.com; this last type of configuration
has the advantage of offering many more options when compared with the physical
configuration.
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2
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LN4651
3
6
4
5
Rear view
Technical data
Power supply from SCS BUS:
Absorption: in Stand-by
with relay active
max. with RFID
Relay contact (activated by the front pushbutton):
Operating temperature:
18 – 27 Vdc
10 mA
20 mA
55 mA
12 Vac/dc – 230 Vac
1A max
5 – 40 °C
7
9
8
Standards, Certifications, Marks
Legend
1. DND indicator (red LED on = DO NOT DISTURB)
EN 60669-2-1
EN 50491-5-1
EN 50428
2. Green LED on = reading OK
Red LED on = reading error
LED flashing = stand alone mode key card programming
3. MUR indicator (green LED on = MAKE UP ROOM)
4. Call pushbutton (it activates the internal relay)
5. RFID key card reader
6. Customisable and backlit area (white LED on)
Dimensional data
7. Configurator socket
8. Clamps for connection to the SCS BUS
Size: 2 flush mounted modules
9. NO relay contact; the relay can be used to control:
- bell
- electric door lock
The relay is activated by the front pushbutton.
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RFID reader and outside the door indicator
BUS SCS
Physical configuration
H4651
LN4651
Configuration using the MyHOME_Suite software
This is performed using the appropriate MyHOME_Suite application. This mode has
the advantage of offering many more options when compared with the physical
configuration. The software configuration requires Ethernet connection between the
system and the PC, through the IP MH201 scenario module.
R1
R2
M
Ethernet connection to the system
L
Ethernet
network
A
PL
HUB Switch
T
MH201
R1, R2 = Room address (R1 identifies the tenths; R2 identifies the units)
1
M = 0 for use together with F420
M = 1 for use together with MH200N
M = 2 for use together with MH201
3
5
6
MH201
DC - In
L = LED functions
Ethernet network
L CONFIGURATOR
WHITE BACKLIGHTING
LED
RED DND
LED
GREEN MUR
LED
0
ON: occupied OFF: free
Enabled
Enabled
1
ON: occupied OFF: free
Enabled
Disabled
2
ON: free OFF: occupied
Enabled
Enabled
3
ON: free OFF: occupied
Enabled
Disabled
4
Always ON
Enabled
Enabled
5
Always ON
Enabled
Disabled
6
Always OFF
Enabled
Enabled
7
Always OFF
Enabled
Disabled
BUS-SCS
PC for configuration
A, PL = door lock actuator SCS address
T = door lock relay timer
Configurator
Time
0
1⁄2 sec
1
1 sec
2
2 sec
3
3 sec
4
4 sec
5
5 sec
6
6 sec
7
7 sec
8
8 sec
9
9 sec
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BUS SCS
Stand-alone mode key card programming
H4651
LN4651
Wiring diagrams
Master key card programming
If no master key card has been programmed, at the first start up the DND & MUR
indicator accepts all the key cards.
To start the Master key card programming procedure press the call pushbutton for
10 seconds and then move the key card close to the reader; this key card will be saved
as Master.
The programming of the Master key card cannot be changed; however the device can
be reset as follows:
- Disconnect the power supply from the device.
- Reconnect the power supply while pressing the call pushbutton for 10 seconds.
NOTE: this procedure deletes all the key cards saved by the device.
Customer key card programming
- Move the Master key card close to the reader; the green LED starts flashing slowly.
- Move the customer key card to save close to the reader, the green LED stays on steady
for two seconds.
- Press the call pushbutton to end the operation (the green LED goes off).
Room 110 bell + electric door lock control diagram
The bell is activated by the front pushbutton of the reader and indicator outside the
door.The electric door lock is activated for a period of 2 seconds by the reader and
indicator outside the door following a positive reading of the key card.
230 Vac
Transformer
Transformer
Bell
12 Vac/dc – 230 Vac
1A max
Deleting all the saved customer key cards
- Move the Master key card close to the reader; the green LED starts flashing slowly.
- Move the key card close to the reader again, the green LED starts flashing quickly.
- Move the key card close to the reader a third time, the green LED comes on steady for
five seconds before switching off.
Service key card programming
- Move the Master key card close to the reader; the green LED starts flashing slowly.
- Press the call pushbutton; the LED starts flashing orange.
- Move the service key card to save close to the reader, the orange LED stays on steady
for two seconds.
- Press the call pushbutton to end the operation (the orange LED goes off).
Deleting all the service key cards
- Move the Master key card close to the reader; the green LED starts flashing slowly.
- Press the call pushbutton; the LED starts flashing orange.
- Move the Master key card close to the reader again, the LED starts flashing quickly.
- Move the key card close to the reader a third time, the orange LED comes on steady
for five seconds before switching off.
Programming the key card using the PC and the software
Room door
electric lock
2 sec
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L1 L
110
R1
R2
M
L
A
PL
T
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
1
0
2
–
1
1
2
A = 1
PL = 1
M = PUL
BUS-SCS
Room 115 electric door lock control diagram
The electric door lock is activated for a period of 3 seconds by the RFID reader following
a positive reading of the key card. In this mode the front pushbutton is disabled.
Programming key cards using the PC and the relevant software provides further
functions in addition to the basic ones available in stand-alone mode programming:
validity settings, guest information, scheduled accesses...
This procedure is only possible using item MH201.
230 Vac
Transformer
Room door electric lock
12 Vac/dc – 230 Vac
1A max
L1
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R1
R2
M
L
A
PL
T
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
1
5
2
–
–
–
3
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R1
R2
M
L
A
PL
T
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Bell
12 Vac/dc – 230 Vac
max 1A
230 Vac
2
7
2
0
1
1
2
Ethernet
network
6
PC for room management
Other rooms
DC - In
1
HUB Switch
Ethernet
network
L1 L
MH201
GS
(TM+EL)
A
N
L
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
E49
PRI
A = 1
PL = 1
M = PUL
2 sec.
Room door
electric lock
F411/1N
Transformer
F
E49
SCS
B
TM2
A =9
PL = 9
M1 = CEN
DEL1= –
M2 = –
DEL2= –
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5 722 36
To other
room services
C
TM1
WINDOW
OPEN
WINDOW
CLOSED
Protection
line
Magnet
R1 = 2
R2 = 7
M = –
DND
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ECO
ON
NC contact
Contact
MUR
Contact
FAN
–
2
7
1
7
CEN
–
3
A =
PL =
M =
LED =
9
8
CEN
–
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ZA =
ZB =
+
TYPE =
HEAT =
COOL =
PUMP =
H4691
LN4691 IN =
0 674 59
MODE
BUS SCS
To other
devices
=
=
=
=
2
7
1
–
To the fan-coil
or temperature
control system
C
D
The general switch GS (TM+EL) must
be selected based on the absorption of
the services installed.
The TM switch must be selected based
on the power supply used.
The TM switch must be selected based
on the loads connected.
The actuator to be used depends on
the type of air conditioning system
installed.
If the current supplied by the E49
is not sufficient to power the SCS
system, it is possible to use the
E46ADCN power supply.
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F
E
B
A
General note: the devices listed in the legend are for
the LivingLight series.
DESCRIPTION
Power supply
Key card reader outside the door
and indicators
Key card
Key card switch
DND and MUR controls
8 key scenario control
Thermostat with display
IP scenario module
Air conditioning actuator
DIN module 1 relay actuator
ROOM
CORRIDOR
RECEPTION
ZA
ZB
N
LOAD
E
F430R8
348210
LN4648
LN4653
LN4652
LN4691
MH201
F430R8
F411/1N
LN4651
ITEM
E49
Cooling
D
3513
Magnet
Heating
TM3
V3
V2
V1
N
L
L
N
RFID reader and outside the door indicator
BUS SCS
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Transformer
MH201
230 V
50 Hz
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8 key multifunction control
BUS SCS
Description
Front view
Flush mounted multifunction control, with 8 backlit keys in the centre section, where
the icons indicating the functions allocated to the keys can be found.
The device can be configured in two different ways:
- Physical configuration, by inserting the configurators in the appropriate housings.
- Configuration using the MyHOME_Suite software, which can be downloaded from
the website www.homesystems-legrandgroup.com; this last type of configuration
has the advantage of offering many more options when compared with the physical.
configuration.
Irrespective of the mode implemented, an A/PL address must always
be assigned to the control.
In can be programmed in 4 operating modes:
- The self-learning mode (cyclical or non cyclical) gives the possibility of associating
to each key the majority of the typical controls of the automation, sound, and video
door entry (staircase lights, door lock, call to the floor, door lock and camera cycling)
systems, in addition to the auxiliary controls.
- The scenario mode gives the possibility of recalling, programming and deleting 8
scenarios of a scenario module.
- The swivelling mode gives the possibility of driving 4 light points of shutters in
succession (room or group).
- CEN mode gives the possibility of using the control together with scenario
programmer MH200N or MH201.
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5
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Technical data
3
4
For the customisation of the sheets, it is possible to use the tool found in the
MyHOME_Suite configuration software, which can be downloaded from the website www.homesystems-legrandgroup.com.
Operating temperature:
1
2
Related items
Power supply from SCS BUS:
Absorption:
H4652
LN4652
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1. Keys
18 – 27 Vdc
with LEDs Off:
5 mA
with LEDs On at 100%: 20 mA
0 – 40 °C
2. Customisable labels
3. Clamps for connection to the SCS BUS
4. Configurator socket
5. Programming pushbutton for self-learning and scenario modes
Standards, Certifications, Marks
EN 60669-2-1
EN 50491-5-1
EN 50428
Dimensional data
Size: 2 flush mounted modules
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3) Scenario module M = 1 – 2
This operating mode can only be used if the system includes a scenario module F420;
the matching is achieved by assigning to both the items the same address, identified
by A=0-9 and PL=1-9. The user can create, cancel, or modify the scenarios found in the
scenario module, and can recall them using the keys.
The procedure gives the possibility of saving up to 16 scenarios using two devices.
The following table shows the correspondence between the number of the scenario
saved in the scenario module, and the keys of the control in the possible configurations:
Physical configuration
A
PL
M
LED
A
PL
M
LED
room
light point
mode (see the dedicated section)
backlight setting
(see the dedicated section)
Configurator A
room address
Configurator PL
light point address
Configurator M
1) Self-learning mode M=0
This mode of operation gives the possibility of associating an individual control to any
key of the device. It is possible to create, delete or modify each control. The device
may be configured using any A/PL address already present in the system, or a unique
address not used by other devices.
Programming the keys
The procedure to associate each key to a different control is as follows:
1) Press and release the programming key on the back of the device; the backlighting
LEDs will flash slowly:
2) Press the key to program within 20 seconds: the LEDs start flashing much quicker,
indicating the activation of the programming mode;
3) Set the control to associate to the key using the controls and/or the corresponding
actuator; the LEDs will start flashing slowly;
4) At this point it is possible to repeat points 2 and 3 for all the keys, including those
that have already been associated, to change their association association;
5) Quickly press the programming pushbutton, or wait 20 seconds to exit the
programming procedure.
Cancelling the programming of the keys
1) Press and release the programming key; the backlight LEDs will flash slowly:
2) Within 20 seconds press and hold down for 4 seconds the key to cancel; from now
on the key cancelled will no longer activate any control until programmed again;
3) The LEDs come on at full power for 4 seconds, after which it will be possible to
repeat point 2 to cancel the programming of other keys;
4) Press and quickly release the programming pushbutton, or wait 20 seconds to exit
the programming procedure.
NOTE: To delete the programming of all the keys at the same time, press and quickly
release the programming key; the LEDs start flashing slowly; press and hold down
again for 10 seconds the pushbutton on the back: the LEDs come on for approximately
4 seconds, confirming the cancellation of all programming.
2) Non-cyclical self-learning mode M=6
This mode is a variation of the self-learning mode (M=0), where, however, the keys
never operate cyclically. Therefore, if for example the ON of an actuator or dimmer
is acquired, the pair of keys is automatically configured to switch on, or increase the
intensity level, for the left key, and switch off, or decrease the intensity level, for the
right key. If, on the other hand, a single function is learnt (e.g. recalling of a scenario),
the other key of the pair remains without function, or retains the previous function. The
device may be configured using any A/PL address already present in the system, or a
unique address not used by other devices.
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Key 1
Key 2
Key 3
Key 4
Key 5
Key 6
Key 7
Key 8
Key number
Key 1
Key 2
Key 3
Key 4
Key 5
Key 6
Key 7
Key 8
M=1
Scenario 1
Scenario 2
Scenario 3
Scenario 4
Scenario 5
Scenario 6
Scenario 7
Scenario 8
M=2
Scenario 9
Scenario 10
Scenario 11
Scenario 12
Scenario 13
Scenario 14
Scenario 15
Scenario 16
Programming a scenario with the F420 module
For the programming of the scenario, the procedure is as follows:
1) The F420 scenario module must be configured with self-learning enabled (it is
necessary to press the self-learning key so that the corresponding LED turns green; if
the LED is red, self-learning is disabled);
2) Press and release the programming key on the back of the multifunction control; the
LEDS start flashing slowly (1 sec. ON and 1 sec. OFF);
3) Within 20 seconds press the key corresponding to the scenario to program on the
multifunction control; its LEDs start flashing quickly, indicating the activation of the
programming mode;
4) Set the scenario, using the controls and/or actuators of the system;
5) Press the programming key of the multifunction control again to exit programming
and complete the procedure: the LEDs start flashing slowly again; it is now possible to
repeat points 2, 3, and 4 for all the scenarios; the same procedure must also be used to
change the scenarios already set;
6) Press and quickly release the self-learning pushbutton on the F420 module, or wait
20 seconds to complete the procedure (red LED on).
F420
ART.F420
DEL
programming block/
release key
scenario cancellation
key
scenario/learning
reset LED
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Deleting a scenario
To delete the scenario, the procedure is as follows:
1) The F420 scenario module must be in configuration mode with self-learning enabled;
2) Press and release the programming key of the multifunction control; the LEDS start
flashing slowly (1 sec. ON and 1 sec. OFF);
3) Within 20 seconds press and hold down for 4 seconds the key of the scenario to be
cancelled on the multifunction control;
4) The LEDs flash quickly for 4 seconds, after which it will be possible to repeat point 2 to
delete the other programming.
5) Press and quickly release the programming pushbutton on the back of the control, or
wait 20 seconds to exit the deleting procedure.
NOTE: to reset the whole memory, it will be necessary to directly act on the
scenario module: press “DEL” for ten seconds, after enabling the scenario module for
programming.
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LED configurator
Setting the backlight intensity
The configurator in the LED housing gives the possibility of setting the backlight at the
desired level; see table:
LED configurator
Brightness level
0
default setting = 30%
1
level 10 %
2
level 15 %
3
level 20 %
4
level 25 %
5
level 30 %
6
level 40 %
4) Swivelling modes M=0/I; ↑↓; ↑↓M
These modes ensure quick installation without the need for further learning, or
scenario modules, enabling the control of 4 light points or shutters with consecutive
addresses.
The A PL address is the light point or shutter controlled by the first pair of keys (the
keys are paired horizontally), the subsequent pairs controls the subsequent light points
or shutters.
If the Amb or Gr configurators are connected to A, in the same way, the 4 pairs of
keys control consecutive rooms or groups starting from the one indicated by the PL
configurator.
7
level 50 %
8
level 60 %
9
level 80 %
OFF
level OFF
ON
level 100 %
Possible function
Configuration using the software in a typical hotel system
Value of M configurator
This is performed using the appropriate MyHOME_Suite application. This mode has
the advantage of offering many more options when compared with the physical
configuration. The software configuration requires Ethernet connection between the
system and the PC, through the IP MH201 scenario module.
ON/OFF control: On control with the left key, Off control 0/I
with the right key.
For point-to-point controls the key perform the On/Off
function with a short pressure and
the adjustment with an extended pressure: for the other
controls, only On/Off are performed
Control (UP/DOWN for shutters): up and down control,
until fully open or closed
↑↓
Monostable control (UP/DOWN for shutters): up and
down control, for the time the key is pressed
↑↓M
Ethernet connection to the system
Ethernet
network
HUB Switch
MH201
1
2
3
4
5
6
MH201
5) Scenario programmer mode, M=CEN
The matching between a scenario configured in the scenario programmer MH200N or
MH201, and the corresponding controls keys of the multifunction control, is completed
during the programming of the scenario itself using the dedicated software.
Always assign to the control a unique A/PL address on the system (it must not be
used by any other device installed on the BUS); the A=0, PL=0 configuration is not
acceptable. This operating mode can only be used if the system includes a scenario
programmer (MH200 or MH201).
DC - In
Ethernet
network
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MH201
IP scenario module
BUS-SCS
Description
Front view
The IP scenario module is a device of the Hotel range for the management of the room
and the common areas.
One MH201 must be used for each room or common area.
1
It’s main functions are:
- Key card management:
2
1) room access management (key cards saved). Using the supervision software, it
is possible to manage the saving of the key cards (if the external reader is present)
used for opening the door with two different profiles (Users or Service). For each
key card saved, it is possible to associate a validity end date, 3 access time profiles,
and a maximum number of accesses.
3
- Management of the room functions:
-
-
MH201
1) MAKE UP ROOM. If inside the room MUR is pressed on the appropriate control
(LN4653-H4653-0 675 93), the IP scenario module updates the notification to all
the display units (LN4651-H4651-0 675 91), also notifying the event occurred to
the supervision software.
2) DO NOT DISTURB. If inside the room MUR is pressed on the appropriate control
(LN4653-H4653-0 675 93), the IP scenario module updates the notification to all
the display units (LN4651-H4651-0 675 91), also notifying the event occurred to
the supervision software.
3) Room alarms. If an alarm is activated (e.g. bathroom pull cord), the device
notifies the supervision software, from where it will then be reset.
4) Refrigerator door open. If the refrigerator door is left open while nobody is in
the room, the device notifies the supervision software, which will display the
relevant notification at the reception desk.
5) Safe opening. When the safe is opened while nobody is in the room, the device
notifies the supervision software, which can then be used to reset the notification.
6) Remote thermostat contact.
7) Presence management. The presence of someone in the room is notified by
the key card switch (LN4849-H4648-0 675 66-05 727 36-05 722 36); the IP
scenario module sees the notification and forwards it to all the notifying units
(LN4651-H4651-0 675 91), and to the supervision software.
Gateway for the configuration of the devices installed inside the room. The IP
scenario module performs the gateway function to enable the configuration of the
devices installed inside the room using the MyHOME_Suite.
Communication with the supervision software.
Scenario management. The device can manage up to 50 scenarios as follows:
a) 5 start triggers.
b) 1 stop trigger.
c) 1 condition.
d) 10 executions.
The scenarios are saved using the MyHOME_Suite software.
Management of lights as memory module. The device follows the status of the
actuators, and if no network is detected, the status is reset.
It saves the events occurred inside the room in a log that can be downloaded using
the supervision software.
4
Top view
Bottom view
4
1
Legend
1. Ethernet data network RJ45 connector
2. LED: red/green bi-colour LED
Notification: flashing red, 1 sec. ON / 1 sec. OFF, searching for Ethernet network
flashing green, 1 sec. ON / 1 sec. OFF, Ethernet network found
3. Pushbutton:
- extended pressure for 3 seconds: the acquisition of the actuators installed starts
(memory module); this must always be complete on first installation;
- extended pressure for 10 seconds at start up:
setup of fixed IP 192:168:1:5 Mask 255:255:255:0
- extended pressure for 30 seconds:
deletion of the log (all the saved events)
4. Clamps for connection to the SCS BUS
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Technical data
Power supply:
Absorption:
Operating temperature:
18 – 27 Vdc
30 mA
5 – 40 °C
Standards, Certifications, Marks
EN 60669-2-1
EN 50491-5-1
EN 50428
Dimensional data
Size: 1 DIN module
Configuration
The configuration of the scenarios can be completed using the “MyHOME_Suite”
software.
It is possible to save up to 50 scenarios.
Always using the software, it is possible to change the basic settings of the device:
- Name: max. 16 characters
- Open Password: default 12345 (max 9 characters)
Putting into operation
- The first time it is switched on, press the pushbutton to start the acquisition by the
module of the devices installed in the room.
- The extended pressure (over 10 seconds) of the pushbutton is used to configure the
fixed IP address:
IP 192.168.1.5
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
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IP scenario module
BUS-SCS
Typical wiring diagram with max 100 rooms or common areas
TO THE OTHER FLOORS
3rd FLOOR
To the other rooms
MH201
H4648
LN4648
0 675 66
5 727 36
5 722 36
ROOM 301
H4653
LN4653
0 675 93
H4652
LN4652
0 675 92
H4691
LN4691
0 674 59
MODE
+
–
DND
1
2
3
4
5
MUR
6
FAN
E49
HUB Switch
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
BUS SCS
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
DC - In
MH201
SCS
301
E49
2nd FLOOR
H4651
LN4651
0 675 91
To the other rooms
MH201
H4648
LN4648
0 675 66
5 727 36
5 722 36
ROOM 201
H4653
LN4653
0 675 93
H4652
LN4652
0 675 92
H4691
LN4691
0 674 59
MODE
+
–
DND
1
2
3
4
5
MUR
6
FAN
E49
HUB Switch
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
BUS SCS
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
DC - In
MH201
SCS
201
E49
1st FLOOR
H4651
LN4651
0 675 91
To the other rooms
MH201
H4648
LN4648
0 675 66
5 727 36
5 722 36
ROOM 101
H4653
LN4653
0 675 93
H4652
LN4652
0 675 92
H4691
LN4691
0 674 59
MODE
+
–
DND
1
2
3
4
5
MUR
6
FAN
E49
HUB Switch
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
DC - In
BUS SCS
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
MH201
SCS
101
E49
H4651
LN4651
0 675 91
RECEPTION
348402
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3
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5
Ethernet
network
6
R1
R2
M
L
A
PL
T
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Bell
12 Vac/dc – 230 Vac
max 1A
230 Vac
2
7
2
0
1
1
2
PC for room management
Other rooms
DC - In
1
HUB Switch
Ethernet
network
L1 L
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MH201
348210
0 675 89
H4651
LN4651
0 675 91
Transformer
MH201
230 V
50 Hz
GS
(TM+EL)
A
N
L
PRI
E49
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
2 sec.
Room door
electric lock
F411/1N
A = 1
PL = 1
M = PUL
Transformer
F
E49
SCS
B
TM2
A =9
PL = 9
M1 = CEN
DEL1= –
M2 = –
DEL2= –
H4648
LN4648
0 675 66
5 727 36
5 722 36
To other
room services
C
TM1
WINDOW
OPEN
WINDOW
CLOSED
Protection
line
Magnet
R1 = 2
R2 = 7
M = –
DND
H4653
LN4653
0 675 93
ECO
ON
NC contact
Contact
MUR
Contact
FAN
–
A =
PL =
M =
LED =
9
8
CEN
–
H4652
LN4652
0 675 92
ZA =
ZB =
+
TYPE =
HEAT =
COOL =
PUMP =
H4691
LN4691 IN =
0 674 59
MODE
2
7
1
7
CEN
–
3
BUS SCS
To other
devices
=
=
=
=
2
7
1
–
DESCRIPTION
Power supply
Key card reader outside the door and
indicators
Key card
Key card switch
DND and MUR controls
8 key scenario control
Thermostat with display
IP scenario module
Air conditioning actuator
DIN module 1 relay actuator
ROOM
CORRIDOR
RECEPTION
ZA
ZB
N
LOAD
E
F430R8
To the fan-coil
or temperature
control system
C
F
E
B
A
D
The general switch GS (TM+EL) must
be selected based on the absorption of
the services installed.
The TM switch must be selected based
on the power supply used.
The TM switch must be selected based
on the loads connected.
The actuator to be used depends on
the type of air conditioning system
installed.
If the current supplied by the E49
is not sufficient to power the SCS
system, it is possible to use the
E46ADCN power supply.
General note: the devices listed in the legend are for
the LivingLight series.
348210
LN4648
LN4653
LN4652
LN4691
MH201
F430R8
F411/1N
LN4651
ITEM
E49
Cooling
D
3513
Magnet
Heating
TM3
V3
N
L
V1
V2
L
N
IP scenario module
BUS-SCS
MH201
Wiring diagrams
Principle and configuration diagram for a hotel room
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H4691 067459
LN4691 64170
Thermostat with display
Description
4
12
MODE
11
+
5
6
–
7
FAN
10
Technical data
Power supply from SCS BUS:
Absorption:
Operating temperature:
Size:
Recommended installation height:
Controllable loads:
3
1 2
Thermostat with display for the control of the room temperature in temperature control
systems.
This device can be used both if a temperature control central unit is present or not
present; when appropriately configured it can be used as:
- MyHOME temperature control system probe;
- Hotel room thermostat;
- Residential system thermostat.
It has 4 keys that can be used to select the desired temperature and the various operating
modes; when used with fan-coils it can manage the fan speed.
The thermostat can manage different operating modes: both automatic and manual, in
addition to the Eco, Comfort, Antifreeze/Thermal protection, and OFF.
It can also be used in mixed heating/cooling systems, if the two functions are available
at the same time on the same system.
A contact is also available on the back of the device, to change the operating mode of the
thermostat (e.g. window contact, summer/winter switching, etc.).
9
8
13
18 – 27 Vdc
14 mA with display off
16 mA with low brightness display
30 mA with high brightness display
0 – 40 °C
2 module flush mounted
150 cm from the ground
On/Off, Open/Close, 3-point or
0-10V valves.
2-tube and 4-tube fan-coils with
On/Off, 3-point, or 0-10V valves.
Gateway Climaveneta.
Fil Pilote.
Correlated devices
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The thermostat must be used with the following actuator devices:
- F430/2: ON/OFF relay actuator;
- F430/4: ON/OFF 4-relay actuator;
- F430R8: ON/OFF 8-relay actuator;
- F430R3V10: ON/OFF 3-relay actuator with 2 x 0-10V outputs;
- F430V10: actuator with 2 x 0-10V outputs;
- F430FP: actuator for Fil Pilote devices
Legend
1.
2.
3.
4.
Heating function
Cooling function
Operating mode icons
MODE key: a short pressure changes the mode of operation of the device;
an extended pressure (unless used as MyHOME probe) changes the function
5. + key: increase the set value
6. – key: decrease the set value
7. FAN key: set the fan coil speed on 3 levels + automatic
8. Heating/cooling on indicator
9. Fan coil speed indicator, 3 levels
10. Fan coil in automatic mode indicator
11. Measured (thermometer symbol on) / set (thermometer symbol off) temperature
indicator
12. Unit of measure: °C or °F
13. Configurator socket
14. BUS connection
15. Local contact
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Configuration
The thermostat can be configured:
- Through physical configuration, by connecting the configurators to the appropriate
housings on the back of the device. This quick mode is ideal for basic functions, and
gives the possibility of setting, in addition to the zone address, also a heating load,
a cooling load, up to 2 system pumps, and a quick function for the remote contact.
- Using MyHOME_Suite (*), where a dedicated wizard will guide the user through the
procedure for correctly configuring the device. The MyHOME_Suite software gives the
possibility of customising the device and provides a higher degree of functionality, such as:
- The possibility of changing some default parameters (select the unit of measure for the
temperature, change the permitted operating temperature, manage the backlighting
level, disable some device pushbuttons, etc.).
- Configure a higher number of loads (up to 9 heating and/or cooling actuators and 9
pumps), and assign slave probes (max. 9).
- Enable advanced functions, like automatic switching between heating and cooling.
- Manage dedicated fan-coil settings (e.g. fan speed change threshold settings, or fan
activation delay, etc.).
- Set a delay or a timeout for the actions generated by the status change of the remote
contact (in addition to allowing a higher number of combinations than through the
physical configuration).
1.1 ADDRESSING
By connecting two configurators with value 0-9 in the ZA and ZB sockets, it is possible
to set the device address. The controlled actuators will have to be configured with the
same address.
COOL= Cooling load. For the configurations from 1 to 9 configure the corresponding
actuator with N=2. In case of CEN configurator the actuator will be N=1.
Parameter/setting
Physical
configuration
No device
0
ON/OFF valve
1
Open/Close valve
2
2-tube fan-coil with ON/OFF valve
3
Gateway
4
2-tube fan-coil with 3-point or 0-10V valve
6
4-tube fan-coil with ON/OFF valves
7
4-tube fan-coil with 3-point or 0-10V valves
8
3-point or 0-10V valve
Same load managed for heating and cooling
PUMP= Number and types of pumps to control
Parameter/setting
Function
Physical configuration
No device
ZA/ZB
Zone address
from 01 to 99
Pump with N= 1 For heating
1.2 OPERATING MODE
MyHOME temperature control system
probe (1)
0
Hotel room thermostat
1
Residential system thermostat
2
Physical
configuration
0
1
(3)
Pump with N= 2 For cooling
2
Pump with N= 1 For heating +
pump with N= 2 For cooling (3)
3
Pump with N= 1 For both heating and cooling (3)
4
(3) With this mode it is not possible to define the Fil Pilote device in the HEAT position
(configurator 5)
IN= Function activated by the change of status of the contact on the back of the device
(1) If the device is used as a MyHOME system probe with temperature control central
unit, the subsequent positions HEAT, COOL, and PUMP must not be configured. The
settings for actuators and pumps will be defined directly from the central unit menu.
HEAT= Heating load. Configure the corresponding actuator with N=1.
Parameter/setting
Physical configuration
No device
0
ON/OFF valve
1
Open/Close valve
2
2-tube fan-coil with ON/OFF valve
3
Gateway
4
Fil Pilote
5
2-tube fan-coil with 3-point or 0-10V valve
6
4-tube fan-coil with ON/OFF valves
7
4-tube fan-coil with 3-point or 0-10V valves
8
3-point or 0-10V valve
9
Contact status/function
Physical
configuration
OPEN
CLOSED
Contact disabled
Contact disabled
0
Thermal protection
Return to the previous status
1
OFF
Return to the previous status
2
ECO
Return to the previous status
3
COMFORT
Return to the previous status
4
Switch to heating (4)
Switch to cooling
5
(4) This function cannot be selected when the device is used as probe in MyHOME
systems with temperature control central unit.
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(2) in case of common heating/cooling load, the configurator set in the HEAT position
will have to be different from 0 (no device) or 5 (Fil Pilote).
Socket
By configuring the positions TYPE, HEAT, COOL, PUMP and IN, it is possible to set the
desired operating modes and the types of loads to manage.
TYPE=Type of operation
Parameter/setting
Physical configuration
9
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F430V10
Actuator for 0-10 V valves
Description
DIN module actuator for the control of 0-10 V valves in temperature control systems
It has two 0-10 V outputs, two control pushbuttons for manual opening/closing of
each valve and the corresponding status LEDs.
5
6
Technical data
Power supply from SCS BUS:
Stand by absorption:
Max. absorption:
Operating temperature:
Outputs:
Maximum current on each output:
18 – 27 Vdc
19 mA
25 mA
(+5) – (+40) °C
2 x 0 – 10 V
1 mA
4
3
Configuration
Physical configuration.
ZA1
ZB1
N1
ZA2
2
ZB2
N2
ZA1, ZB1
N1
ZA2, ZB2
N2
Legend
= Zone address 1
= Progressive zone number for output 1
= Zone address 2
= Progressive zone number for output 2
1. Configurator socket
2. BUS
3. LED
4. Pushbuttons
Virtual configuration using the MyHOME_Suite software:
The device can be configured remotely only if not already physically configured. The
configuration is completed using version 1.3 or higher of the MyHOME_Suite software,
which can be downloaded from the website www.homesystems-legrandgroup.com.
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F430R8
8 relay actuator
Description
This actuator can be used in temperature control systems to control different types of
loads based on requirements.
Thanks to the 8 relays it is fitted with, the actuator can control:
t up to 8 On/off valves
t up to 4 Open/Close or 3-point valves
t up to 2 x 2-tube fan-coils with On/Off valves (4+4 relays)
t 1 x 2-tube fan-coil with 3-point valves (5 relays)
t 1 x 4-tube fan-coil with 2 On/Off valves ( relays)
t 1 x 4-tube fan-coil with 2 x 3-point valves (7 relays).
1
Technical data
Power supply from SCS BUS:
Stand by absorption:
Max. absorption:
Operating temperature:
Maximum driven power:
18 – 27 Vdc
15 mA
100 mA
(+5) – (+40) °C
4 A (resistive); 1 A (inductive)
Dimensional data
4 DIN modules
4
Configuration
ZA
ZB
ZA, ZB = Actuator address
N = Progressive zone number
LOAD = Type of load
N
LOAD
LOAD = 0 Control of one 4-tube fan-coil with 2 On/Off valves
OUT1
Fan speed 1
OUT2
Fan speed 2
OUT3
Fan speed 3
OUT4
Heating valve
OUT5
Cooling valve
OUT6
Not used
OUT7
Not used
OUT8
Not used
LOAD = 1 Control of one 2-tube fan-coil with 3-point valves
3
2
Legend
1. Outputs 1–8 + 2 common contacts
2. Configurator socket
3. BUS
OUT1
Fan speed 1
OUT2
Fan speed 2
OUT3
Fan speed 3
OUT4
Valve opening
OUT5
Valve closure
OUT6
Not used
OUT7
Not used
OUT8
Not used
LOAD = 2 Control of one 4-tube fan-coil with 3-point valves
4. Pushbuttons
OUT1
Fan speed 1
OUT2
Fan speed 2
OUT3
Fan speed 3
OUT4
Heating valve opening
OUT5
Heating valve closure
OUT6
Cooling valve opening
OUT7
Cooling valve closure
OUT8
Not used
Note: better configuration possibilities, including the management of other types of
loads, or the configuration of the free outputs, are available using MyHOME_Suite (in this
case the described applications must be fully configured using a PC), starting from verion
1.3, which can be downloaded from the website www.homesystems-legrandgroup.com
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8 relay actuator
F430R8
Wiring diagrams
Example of connection of a 4-tube fan-coil with On/Off valves.
OUT 3
OUT 2
OUT 1
OUT 5
OUT 4
N
230 Vac
L1
L2
M
OUT 3
OUT 2
OUT 1
N
OUT 5
OUT 4
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F430R3V10
Fan-coil actuator with 0-10 V valves
1
Description
2
3
4
DIN modularity actuator to be used in temperature control systems for the control of
2-tube or 4-tube fan coils with 0-10 V valves
It has with 3 relays for the managementof the fan-coil fan, and 2 x 0-10 V outputs for
the control of the valves.
In systems with 2-tube fan-coils the H output is used both for heating and cooling.
In systems with 4-tube fan-coils the H output must be used to control the heating valve,
while the C output for the cooling valve.
The LEDs indicate respectively the status of the valves and the active speed of the fancoil fan.
Technical data
Power supply from SCS BUS:
Stand by absorption:
Max. absorption:
Operating temperature:
Maximum current supplied by each 0-10 V output:
Maximum driven power for the relays:
18 – 27 Vdc
20 mA
60 mA
(+5) – (+40) °C
1 mA
4A (resistive); 1A (inductive)
5
5
6
6
Dimensional data
4 DIN modules
Configuration
ZA
ZB
N
LOAD
ZA, ZB = Actuator address
N = Progressive zone number
LOAD = Type of load
LOAD = 0; control of one 4-tube fan-coil with
0-10 V valves
LOAD = 1; Control of one 2-tube fan-coil with
0-10 V valves
8
7
Legend
1. Common contact
2. Fan-coil fan speed
3. Output H 0-10 V heating
4. Output C 0-10 V cooling
5. Pushbuttons for the complete opening/closure of the valves, and for changing the
fan speed
Virtual configuration using the MyHOME_Suite software:
6. LED
The device can be configured remotely only if not already physically configured. The
configuration is completed using version 1.3 or higher of the MyHOME_Suite software,
which can be downloaded from the website www.homesystems-legrandgroup.com.
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F430R3V10
Wiring diagrams
Example of connection of a 4-tube fan-coil with 0-10 V valves.
OUT 3
OUT 2
OUT 1
M 0 – 10 V
N
230 Vac
M 0 – 10 V
L
L1
M
OUT 3
OUT 2
OUT 1
N
–
5
+
6
–
7
+
8
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L4669 - L4669/500
BUS/SCS cable (grey)
Description
This cable is used for the distribution of the power supplies and the operating signals
to all system devices.
The cable consists of a grey external sheathing and two twisted flexible conductors
with a section of 0.35 mm2, one blue and one white.
The cable is sold in 2 different type of coils:
- 100 m coil, item L4669
- 500 m coil, item L4669/500
The cable has 300/500 V insulation. Using the clear clamp protections included in all
the devices, the systems can also be installed in the same boxes and ducts as the power
lines (110 Vac, 127 Vac and 230 Vac).
The grey BUS/SCS cable is not suitable for underground installation even in
appropriate conduits.
Installation notes
Technical data
Insulation voltage: 300/500 V
Can be buried: NO
External sheath colour: grey (RAL 7001)
External sheath diameter: 5.5 +/- 0.1 mm
External sheath thickness: 0.8 mm
External sheath material: PVC (RZ)
Number of internal conductors: 2 unshielded twisted flexible conductors with sheath
Colour of internal conductors: white and blue
Sheath thickness of internal conductors: 0.60 mm
Sheath material of internal conductors: PVC (R2)
Conductor material: red electrolytic copper
Conductor section: 0.35 mmq (12 x 0.20 mmq)
Operating temperature: (-15) – (+70) °C
Maximum short circuit temperature: 150 °C
Coil length: 100 m or 500 m
Although the construction of the grey cable ensures 300/500 V category electric
insulation, correct system operation is not guaranteed when installed together with
the power cables in the following cases:
- industrial environments,
In residential/service sector environments, when the power cables provide power
supply to:
- lift,
- inverters,
- pumps,
- motors and controlled motors,
- metal iodines lamps.
Standards, Certifications, Marks
Reference standards: - It complies with the tests required by the following standards:
EN60811, EN50289, EN50290, EN60228, EN50265-2-1, EN50395, EN50396 as described
in the IMQ CPT 062 document.
Marks obtained:
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A/V SCS/BUS cable (white)
336904
Description
This cable is used for the distribution of the power supplies and the operating signals to
all BUS system devices.
The cable consists of a white external sheathing and two twisted flexible conductors
with a section of 0.5 mm2, one brown and one brown/white.
The cable is sold in 200 m coils.
It is thus suitable to be used:
- in the open air, inside trunkings, passage-ways and pipes
- inside walls with suitable pipes.
- laid underground by means of suitable pipes
The white SCS-BUS cable is suitable for underground installation in appropriate
conduits.
Installation notes
Technical data
Insulation voltage: 450/750 V
Can be buried: YES (see installation notes)
External sheath colour: white (RAL 9010)
External sheath diameter: 5.0 +/- 0.1 mm
External sheath thickness: 0.7 mm
External sheath material: PVC (RZ)
Number of internal conductors: 2 unshielded twisted flexible conductors with sheath
Colour of internal conductors: brown – brown/white
Sheath thickness of internal conductors: 0.40 mm
Sheath diameter of internal conductors: 1.70 mm
Sheath material of internal conductors: XLPE polyethylene
Conductor material: red electrolytic copper
Conductor section: 0.50 mm2 (16 x 0.20 mm2)
Operating temperature: (-15) – (+70) °C
Coil length: 200 m
Underground cable installation
The 336904 BUS SCS cable can be installed underground (protected using appropriate
piping), together with other signalling cables, provided the voltage is <50V.
It is however strictly forbidden to install the 336904 cable in the same conduit as power
supply cables with voltages >50V. Failure to comply with the installation requirements
will relieve BTicino of all responsibilities for the operation of the system installed.
Installation together with other cables
Although the construction of the white cable guarantees the necessary electrical
insulation level for installation together with 450/750 V system cables, it is however
not capable of guaranteeing immunity from any electromagnetic disturbances that may
occur when installed in the same conduits used for the power supply cables.
It is therefore strongly recommended that the white BUS/SCS cable and the power
supply cables are installed in separate conduits.
Standards, Certifications, Marks
Reference standards: - It complies with the tests required by the following standards:
EN60811, EN50289, EN50290, EN60228, EN50265-2-1, EN50395, EN50396 as described
in the IMQ CPT 062 document.
Marks obtained:
BT00660-a-EN
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L4669HF
Halogen free A/V SCS/BUS cable (white)
Description
This white BUS-SCS cable has been purposely designed and built for the installation of
systems in rooms with high risk of fire. Produced without halogens, the cable will burn
without releasing toxic substances or heavy, dense smoke, significantly increasing the
safety level.
This cable is used for the distribution of the power supplies and the operating signals to
all system BUS devices.
The cable consists of a white external sheathing and two twisted flexible conductors
with a section of 0.5 mm2, one brown and one brown/white. The cable is sold in 200 m
coils. It is thus suitable to be used:
- in the open air, inside trunkings, passage-ways and pipes
- inside walls with suitable pipes.
- laid underground by means of suitable pipes
The white SCS-BUS cable is suitable for underground installation in appropriate
conduits.
Technical data
Insulation voltage: 450/750 V
Can be buried: YES inside appropriate protective conduits
External sheath colour: white (RAL 9010)
External sheath diameter: 5.2 +/- 0.1 mm
External sheath thickness: 0.8 mm
External sheath material: LDFRPE Thermoplastic quality M1, hardness 95 A Shore
Number of internal conductors: 2 unshielded twisted flexible conductors with sheath
Colour of internal conductors: brown and brown/white
Sheath thickness of internal conductors: 0.45 mm
Sheath material of internal conductors: LDPE POLYETHYLENE
Conductor material: red electrolytic copper
Conductor section: 0.52 mmq (7 x 0.308 mm)
Operating temperature: (-15) – (+70) °C
Maximum short circuit temperature: 150 °C
Coil length: 100m
Installation notes
Underground cable installation
The 336904 BUS SCS cable can be installed underground (protected using appropriate
piping), together with other signalling cables, provided the voltage is <50V.
It is however strictly forbidden to install the 336904 cable in the same conduit as power
supply cables with voltages >50V. Failure to comply with the installation requirements
will relieve BTicino of all responsibilities for the operation of the system installed.
Installation together with other cables
Although the construction of the white cable guarantees the necessary electrical
insulation level for installation together with 450/750 V system cables, it is however
not capable of guaranteeing immunity from any electromagnetic disturbances that may
occur when installed in the same conduits used for the power supply cables.
It is therefore strongly recommended that the white BUS/SCS cable and the power
supply cables are installed in separate conduits.
Standards, Certifications, Marks
Reference standards: - It complies with the tests required by the following standards:
EN60811, EN50289, EN50290, EN60228, EN50265-2-1, EN50395, EN50396 as described
in the IMQ CPT 062 document.
Marks obtained:
BT00522-b-EN
HOTEL ROOM AUTOMATION
WWW.BTICINO.COM
SCS- BUS SYSTEM
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HOTEL ROOM AUTOMATION
WWW.BTICINO.COM
SCS- BUS SYSTEM
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Viale Borri, 231
21100 Varese - Italy
www.bticino.com
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