Touch screen LCD to control Burglar alarm and AVEbus

Touch screen LCD to control Burglar alarm and AVEbus

Touch screen LCD to control

Burglar alarm and AVEbus systems

Cod. TS02

C0508 05 21-06-10

INDEX

INTRODUCTION..............................................................................................................3

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .....................................................................................3

Conforming with regulations ..................................................................................................................... 3

ARCHITECTURE AND CONNECTION TO THE SYSTEM .............................................4

DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS......................................................................................5

Home Page ............................................................................................................................................... 5

Alarms Main page ..................................................................................................................................... 5

Area page and Detector page................................................................................................................... 7

Keyboard Page ......................................................................................................................................... 7

Pre-start status page................................................................................................................................. 9

Enter Page .............................................................................................................................................. 10

Not ready Signal...................................................................................................................................... 11

Alarm signals........................................................................................................................................... 11

Reading alarm signals ............................................................................................................................ 11

Domotic loads controls............................................................................................................................ 12

THERMOREGULATION ................................................................................................13

TIME SCHEDULER .......................................................................................................15

SOUND DIFFUSION ......................................................................................................18

TECHNICAL SETTINGS................................................................................................20

PROGRAMMING ...........................................................................................................22

Creation of a new panel .......................................................................................................................... 22

PROGRAMMING THE BURGLAR ALARM SECTION .................................................24

Defining parameters................................................................................................................................ 25

Defining the burglar alarm areas and general sensitive areas ............................................................... 29

Defining and connecting the pages ........................................................................................................ 33

Positioning the detectors......................................................................................................................... 35

PROGRAMMING THE DOMOTICS SECTION ..............................................................37

Programming thermoregulation .............................................................................................................. 40

Programming sound diffusion ................................................................................................................. 44

DEFINING SCENARIOS................................................................................................47

Scenarios with thermoregulating action .................................................................................................. 50

CONFIGURATING THE TIME SCHEDULER ................................................................50

TRANSFERRING PROGRAMMING TO TS02 ..............................................................53

Installation diagrams ............................................................................................................................... 58

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INTRODUCTION

The TS02 touch screen is a liquid crystal LCD device with a display which is sensitive to the touch of a finger or pen: it allows commands to be sent to the burglar-alarm system or the AVEbus system and to visualise whether it has been carried out. It can be connected to an AF998EXP burglar alarm control panel with an

RS232 type connection and to the AVEbus system through a specific connection to this system. Furthermore it serves as an interface between the two Bus to obtain a reciprocal exchange of information.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions: 190x130x40

Realized in a monobloc for installation in a BL06P box

Installation with YES (45PY015BB-TS) series and Vera (45PV15VL-TS) series with specific plate

Navigation by drop down menu and personalized graphic maps

Rear illuminated monochromatic blue screen with 320x240 pixel resolution

Power supply: by RS485 (12Vcc) line or through an AVEbus 53BSA power supply unit

Current consumption: 130 mA with rear illumination switched off; 230 mA approx. with rear illumination switched on.

Possibility of managing scenarios through AVEbus

AF983 virtual simulation keypad and for related functions

Visualization of control panel alarm status

Possibility of managing temperature (thermoregulation)

Programming via PC

Conforming with regulations

The TS02 product and the TSINT01 interface conform to the following norms and regulations: EN 50090-2-

2; EN 50131-1; EN 61000-6-3 ; EN 50140-4; EN60950.

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ARCHITECTURE AND CONNECTION TO THE SYSTEM

The AF998EXP control panel with version 4.2 (or higher) firmware, together with the AF998SW configuration software, provides for Touch Screen TS02 functioning. The connection between the AF998EXP control panel and the TS02 is made through a TSINT02 interface card connected to the BUS3 connector of the

AF998EXP, and a shielded 4 wire cable (2 with 0,5 sqmm section for feeding the TS02, and 2 signallers with

0,22 sqmm section) connected to the RS232 (+ - A B) connector of TS02.

In the case of connections of more than one TS02 the first, connected to a central system takes on the function of master, and subsequent ones, that of slaves. The connection between the TS02 MASTER and the TS02 SLAVES (max 7 SLAVES) is always achieved with the AVEbus line, even when this system has not been planned for. The figure shows a block system that summarises what has been described. For further information see the section installation diagrams in this manual.

TSINT01

Master Slave 1 Slave 2

53BSA

AF53899

The TS02 MASTER interrogates the control panel AF998EXP approximately every second (automatic polling) requesting the information that must be viewed (status of the areas; status of the inputs; status of the outputs; alarms, etc). At each interrogation the TS02 MASTER sends the date and time to the control panel

AF998EXP that uses it to synchronise the software clock

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The TS02 SLAVES are systematically updated by the TS02 MASTER on the status of the control panel

AF998EXP (areas, inputs, outputs, alarms). From the point of view of the controls the TS02 SLAVES operate exactly like the TS02 MASTER using the latter to exchange information with the control panel AF998EXP.

The only difference is the speed of the reply which, in the case of the TS02 MASTER is immediate, while for the TS02 SLAVES this could have a slight (almost imperceptible) delay of a few tenths of a second.

The maximum connection distance between the central station AF998EXP and the TS02 MASTER is of 200 metres with a twisted and shielded cable, and 50 metres with a non-twisted shielded cable. The maximum connection distance between the TS02 MASTER and the TS02 SLAVES is of 200 metres with a twisted and shielded cable, and 100 metres with a non-twisted shielded cable.

The dialogue between the TS02 MASTER and the AF998EXP control panel is completely inhibited during the configuration of the control panel, whether this comes about through a personal computer, or through a keyboard through the technical menu.

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DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS

Home Page

From the Home page it is possible to access the main

TS02 functions. The symbols shown below have the meanings stated in the table.

SYMBOL CONTROL DESCRIPTION

Go to burglary main page

The burglary main page allows managing and supervising the burglaralarm system run by the AF998EXP control panel

Go to domotics main page

The main alarms page allows accessing the pages in the domotics

(home systems) section to control all the configured loads

Go to help page

The HELP page supplies support information for the operations that can be done from the active page, on the meaning of the symbols and their status and other useful information. Where it is present, the HELP key has position 4 in the basic line out of the page.

Go to system configuration page

Allows accessing the systems configuration menu

Alarms Main page

The alarms main page offers the following information:

• head line date, time and status of the system inserted/disinserted

• central section showing the areas and their status

(area showing the room layout, customised using

DominaSW software)

5 keys in the basic line, marked with relative icons with the following functions

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SYMBOL CONTROL DESCRIPTION

Back

Return to previous page

KEYBOARD

to run the control panel

Pressing this key views a virtual keyboard where the main functions are similar to those shown on the keyboard LCD AF983. The keys A,B,C,D have no function while the other number keys and the keys * and # have the same functions as the LCD keyboard. The virtual KEYBOARD display shows the outcome of the authorisation code entered. For control panel insertion and disinsertion methods see the relative paragraph.

Go to help page

The HELP page supplies support information for the operations that can be done from the active page, on the meaning of the symbols and their status and other useful information. Where it is present, the HELP key has position 4 in the basic lineout of the page.

Go to HOME page

The HOME key is like the X key in Windows and it closes the active page and returns the controls directly to the HOME page. Where present, the HOME key has position 5 in the basic lineout of the page.

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Area page and Detector page

From the home page, selecting an area of the burglar alarm system (eg. Bedroom area, with reference to the main burglary page shown), it is possible to reach the area page that shows in detail the position of the detectors inside the same area.

From the area page, selecting a detector, the relative description page appears, showing the main programming parameters of the input to which the detector is connected.

Area Page

Keyboard Page

From the home page, press the keyboard icon to access a virtual keyboard that has the following functions:

Central area with keys

3 keys in the base line, with the following functions

(from lft to rht):

Detector Page

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SYMBOL CONTROL DESCRIPTION

Back

Return to previous page

Go to help page

The HELP page supplies support information for the operations that can be done from the active page, on the meaning of the symbols and their status and other useful information. Where it is present, the HELP key has position 4 in the basic lineout of the page.

Go to HOME page

The HOME key is like the X key in Windows and it closes the active page and returns the controls directly to the HOME page. Where present, the HOME key has position 5 in the basic lineout of the page.

Entering the user code on the keyboard, we pass to the pre-start page.

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Pre-start status page

The pre-start status page has the following functions:

• head line date, time and status of the system inserted/disinserted

• central system section showing areas and their status

5 keys in the basic line with the following functions

(from lft to rht):

SYMBOL CONTROL DESCRIPTION

Back

Returns to previous page

Pre-set function for insertion from control panel

Allows entering the INSERTION page and choosing the areas that must be inserted (see chapter on ENTER PAGE). It corresponds to key A of the LCD keyboard. The volatile alarm events, relating to the previous switching off, are automatically cancelled.

See recent alarm events

This key permits passing to the RECENT EVENTS page that shows recent alarm events relating to the last switching on

Go to help page

The HELP page supplies support information for the operations that can be done from the active page, on the meaning of the symbols and their status and other useful information. Where it is present, the HELP key has position 4 in the basic lineout of the page.

Go to HOME page

The HOME key is like the X key in Windows and it closes the active page and returns the controls directly to the HOME page. Where present, the HOME key has position 5 in the basic lineout of the page.

From the pre-start page, select an area to access the area page and then the detector page for relative details, exactly as from the home page.

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Enter Page

The enter page has the following information:

Head line with numbers keys that identify the areas of the system, choosing an area allows access to area page and then to the detector page.

Central area showing areas and their status

5 keys in the base line, with the following functions

(from lft to rht):

SYMBOL CONTROL DESCRIPTION

Back

Returns to previous page

Insert control panel Start (switch on) the system

Go to help page

The HELP page supplies support information for the operations that can be done from the active page, on the meaning of the symbols and their status and other useful information. Where it is present, the HELP key has position 4 in the basic lineout of the page.

Go to HOME page

The HOME key is like the X key in Windows and it closes the active page and returns the controls directly to the HOME page. Where present, the HOME key has position 5 in the basic lineout of the page.

In this page it is possible to set the areas for the partial or total insertion of the system. Touch an area to exclude it. In this way it is possible to select the areas that must be inserted. Once the areas have been selected, to insert the system simply press the key insert control panel.

The areas shaded grey cannot be modified as they are not controlled by the user code.

Should an area have an input open, the condition of “Not ready for insertion” applies, and it will flash on the touch screen (see paragraph on Signalling not ready), as well as the area key that allows access to the area page and then the detector page, for more information).

Press the key insert control panel to start the system insertion procedure and start the scan of the exit time at the end of which the controls will automatically move to the home page.

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Not ready Signal

If an input is open when insertion must be done then the condition “Not ready for Insertion” in the relative area will appear as in the figure, it will flash (see the area page that allows access to the area page, and then the detector page, for more information).

Flashing Area

Alarm signals

In the case of alarms the relative area will flash, as shown in the figure. In this case also, select an area to access the area page and then the detector page, for more details.

Flashing room area

Reading alarm signals

From the TS02 it is possible to read the events relating to the burglar alarm system.

To read recent events, i.e. those that took place as from the last insertion, go to the alarm main page and press the icon shown by the arrow. The following screen will appear

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To be able to read previous events, i.e. the 100 events in the control panel memory press the icon shown by the arrow.

The following screen will appear

N.B.: this function is available only if the

AF998EXP control panel has EPROM 4.4 or later version.

Use the icons indicated by the arrows to scroll up or down the list of events.

Domotic loads controls

From Domotics main page it is possible to access the pages of the individual rooms where the single domotics loads are shown. For example we can access the page “Bedroom”. The icons intuitively show the type of load that they activate. If the load is active then the icon lights up.

Icon to activate shutters

Icons to activate light points

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THERMOREGULATION

The touch screen linked to the thermostat AVEBus (453ABTM01) and to the relative thermoregulation receivers (453ABRTM01) allows controlling temperature in 15 areas. To access control, use one finger to touch the icon showing the master thermostat of the thermal area which must be modified. For example if we wish to regulate the temperature in the living room, touch the icon of the master thermostat located in the living room (see figure).

The following page will appear with the following information:

Temperature measured

Local regulation

Set Temperature

Operation mode

Receiver status

Touching the icon

Will make the page appear allowing to pass from summer operation mode to winter and vice versa.

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Touching the icon

Will make the page appear that allows matching the individual thermal programmes to the days of the week

Icons to change dayprogramme match

Icon to change programme

To change a single programme just touch the relative number (circled in green in the figure above). The following page will appear:

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To set a thermoregulation programme:

1. choose whether it concerns a summer or a winter programme by touching the icon indicated

2. set the desired temperature values using the arrows shown under T1, T2 and T3

3. select the required times. N.B. the time areas are divided into intervals of 30 minutes. It is necessary to set the temperature for each interval. If this does not occur: a. for a winter programme the temperature goes to the one set as anti-freeze. b. for a summer programme the fan coils switch off.

4. Set the required temperature for the time area chosen in point 3 by choosing from one of the three set in point 2

5. Ensure that all 24 hours have been set

6. Press back or home icons to end programming.

N.B.: the settings shown above can only be entered on the Touch screen master as the temperature is run only by the device configured as master. The touch screen slaves will only view the set and read values in the various temperature areas.

TIME SCHEDULER

This function allows setting the operations for the WEEKLY TIME SCHEDULER establishing 8 programmes

A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H that will be assigned to the days of the week and 32 holidays. Each PROGRAMME contains 20 PITCHES, for each there is a TIME and scenario that the touch screen completes automatically.

To access the programme recall the system configuration icon.

The following page will appear:

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Press on the icon shown by the arrow to make the icon relating to the time scheduler appear.

Click on the icon “Time Scheduler” to change the settings of the time scheduler

1. Press the key indicated by the arrow to choose the day of the week required or one of the 32 dates chosen as a holiday.

2. Select the programme to correspond with the day selected in point 1

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3. Press on the key indicated by the arrow, the screen will appear that allows setting the days for daylight saving time by clicking on the dates that appear

It is possible to modify the action of the programmes, keeping to the following limits:

Each programme contains a maximum of 20 pitches each, each one having one scenario

For each pitch it is possible to choose one scenario from among those programmed on TS02 and set the time in which it is activated

It is not possible to modify the scenarios programmed on TS02

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1. Select the programme pitch that must be modified. Take note of the key highlighted by the square on the bottom right which allows accessing the next programming pitches (from number 9).

2. Position the cursor on the time associated to the programme pitch and click first on the hours and then on the minutes. To modify the hour and minutes use the arrows shown in the black square.

N.B.: a. The arrows shown modify the values at intervals of one unit b. The arrows shown modify the values at intervals of ten units

3. Press the key shown by the arrow until the wording “active” appears. N.B. if the wording “non-active” appears the programme pitch will not be executed.

4. Below the scenario wording press the key shown by the arrow to choose the desired scenario. Scroll down the list and choose the desired scenario, then press the key to confirm.

SOUND DIFFUSION

Using the article ABTTINT01 it is possible to interface the Domina system with Tutondo sound systems.

From the TS02 page that contains the icon relating to audio objects (usually represented by a loud speaker)

It is possible to access management of sound diffusion in the room where the same icon is located.

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After having clicked on the icon relating to sound diffusion, you access the sound source management page.

From the sound diffusion management page it is possible to adjust the following parameters:

1. it is possible to fully deactivate the sound area.

ON area active

OFF area deactivated, not possible to hear sound from the loud speakers

2. It is possible to deactivate the loudspeakers

ON area active

OFF area deactivated not possible to hear sound from the loud speakers

N.B.: the setting for point 1 has priority over that for point 2. Therefore if at point 2 one sets

OFF but at point 2 one sets ON, the loudspeakers will not produce sound.

3. Regulation (from left to right):

Volume of loud speakers

Treble

Bass

Balancing

4. Regulating end of parameters analysed at point 3

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5. Selection of sound source. Click on the knob indicated by the arrow and the following page will appear

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6. To select the desired sound source scroll down the list, select the wording required and then press confirm. It is advisable to change the source after having set a low volume for the loud speakers.

TECHNICAL SETTINGS

Two pages are used to adjust the technical settings of the TS02. The first page allows access to the home page by pressing the icon

The first page allows configurating the following settings:

Buzzer setting

LCD saver setting

Adjust contrast

Clean screen

Set clock

Exclude detectors

Control panel connection

Calibration

Press the key to access the second page.

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The second page allows configurating the following settings:

• time programmer

• have information on the firmware version and BIOS found on TS02

N.B.: All the functions stated can be accessed directly by the user except the detector exclusion functions and control panel connection which are accessible only after having entered the user code ( in the selection phase the keyboard appears where the code must be entered).

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PROGRAMMING

The TS02 programming is done through the DOMINASW programming software. Programming is based on the creation of projects called panels and pages numbered up to a maximum of 32.

The first screen of the software is the following:

Let us consider the main icons present on the bar:

Icon Function

Creation of a new project (panel)

Viewing and/or modifying a previously created panel

Allows accessing a drawing instrument to create plans. The various functions of this drawing instrument operate in CAD mode.

Transfer of programme from PC to TS02

Button to finalise scenarios

Creation of a new panel

After having started the programme, for the creation of a panel proceed as follows:

1. Click on the icon “New”

2. Enter the name of the panel

3. Confirm with “Save”

N.B.: the programme creates a file with the same name as the panel. Inside the file there is all the information necessary for programming the TS02.

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After having undertaken this operation access is given to the screen that shows:

On the bottom (see part inside the rectangle) the pages available for programming showing 32 rectangles.

In the central part a concise help section

In the upper part the preview of the selected page that is marked by the full rectangle. (In the example it is page1, i.e. the first on the upper left)

Help

Preview of selected page

Current page

Pages

To proceed with programming the pages:

1. Use the mouse to position yourself on the page that must be modified. The programme will identify the selected page with a full rectangle

2. Press the button modify page.

3. the following screen will appear:

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Type of page

It is possible to set three different types of pages:

1. Main Alarm: this page must state the alarm areas as programmed on the AF998EXP control panel system. It is not possible to show other alarm areas on pages not configured as “Main Alarm”

2. Main domotics: this is the main domotics page

3. Start Touch: this is the TS02 home page. It appears each time the following icon is pressed:

N.B.: One page can have one, two or all three settings. The start page must always be specified (by default the start page is page N. 1). In a panel there can be a maximum of 1 main alarms page and 1 main domotics page. Furthermore if the “Main alarm” is attributed to another page then the alarm areas defined on the page previously configured as “Main alarm” become sensitive areas.

PROGRAMMING THE BURGLAR ALARM SECTION

Let us pass to the configuration of a page relating to the burglar alarm section. After having followed the instructions of the previous paragraph a screen will open stating:

1. on the bottom a concise Help

2. On the upper left hand the TS02 page.

N.B.: the dimensions (288X176 pixel) correspond to the actual ones of the device. On the bottom of the page there is the name that identifies it within the programme and it will be viewed on the

TS02 on the top.

3. On the upper right hand the elements that can be inserted into the page are divided into:

Element

Images

Areas

Texts

Objects

Plans

Customised text labels

Detectors

Description

Areas of the burglar alarm system and sensitive areas

To add and/or modify any element it is necessary to select it from the “Select” column. It is also possible to hide it by selecting the item in the “Hide” column.

There are also two instruments that facilitate the customisation of the pages: a. Object block: prevents modifying the objects of the page and allows cutting out a portion of the page containing images and texts

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b. Guides: enables two rulers, a horizontal one and a vertical one that facilitate positioning the objects in straight lines. The position of the rulers (light blue) can be done using the left button on the mouse (the first click will move the ruler and the second click will stop it in position). The glue command on the guides allows fixing an object in a pre-established position, near the position of the rulers chosen previously.

Elements on the page

Type of page

Page

Name of the page

Help

Defining parameters

To import a previously executed plan proceed as follows:

1. Select images from the column “Select”

2. Press the button “New”

3. Choose the file containing the plan

N.B.: the programme accepts files in GIF or BMP

4. Press the button open.

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The following screen will appear:

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To move the image inside the page:

1. Press the button “Move”

2. Use the left button of the mouse to click on the object to be moved

3. Move the object keeping the left button on the mouse pressed. The light grey square identifies the destination position of the image.

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To eliminate an image:

1. Press “Delete”

2. Select the image that must be eliminated using the left button of the mouse

3. Confirm the operation.

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To modify the dimensions of an image:

1. Press the button “Resize”

2. Select the image that must be modified

3. Two straight lines appear, a vertical one and a horizontal one. With the left button of the mouse click on the starting point of the new image. The two red lines become blue and another two red lines appear that will indicate the other end of the image. Click the left button of the mouse to set the new dimensions of the image.

N.B.: draw the plan starting from the top left and going to the bottom right. It is not possible to go in the opposite direction.

N.B.: the dimensions of the image must amount to at least 10X10 pixel. The programme does not accept images that are smaller.

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To cut out a portion of the image:

1. Select “Lock Elements” in the “Select” column

2. Press the button “Cut out”

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3. Two straight lines appear, a vertical one and a horizontal one. With the left button of the mouse click on the starting point of the new image. The two red lines become blue and another two red lines appear that will indicate the other end of the image. Click the left button of the mouse to set the new dimensions of the image.

N.B.: draw the plan starting from the top left and going to the bottom right. It is not possible to go in the opposite direction.

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4. At this point a window will appear asking you to save the new image.

5. Confirm the operation creating a new file for the portion of the image.

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N.B.:

DO NOT overwrite the starting image but save the cut out image under a different name from the original one.

The dimensions of the image must amount to at least 10X10 pixel. The programme does not accept smaller images.

During manual re-sizing and cutting out operations it is possible to use the right button of the mouse to cancel the operation.

Defining the burglar alarm areas and general sensitive areas

It is possible to customise touch-sensitive areas. In programming the burglar alarm part it is necessary to distinguish between two types of sensitive areas:

1. Alarm Area: corresponds to the area of the burglar-proofing system. Its number falls within 1 and 8 which identifies the area configured in the AF998EXP control panel.

N.B.: to configure the alarm areas it is necessary that the page is set as “Main Alarm”

2. Sensitive area: it is a general sensitive area. Touching the outlined area opens another page of the

TS02 on the basis of connections executed (see next paragraph)

To define the alarm areas:

1. Ensure that the page has been set as “Main Alarm”

2. Select “Areas” from the select column

3. Press the button “New”

4. The window “Area properties” will appear. Select an alarm area, for example “Alarm Area 1”

5. Confirm with OK.

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A coloured square will appear at the centre of the page.

N.B.: to configure a sensitive area not associated to an alarm area, repeat the same procedure choosing

“sensitive area” as the area type when working on a page configured as “Main alarm”. When working on a general page “Sensitive Area” will appear automatically.

To modify the dimensions of an area:

1. Press the button “Resize”.

2. Select the area that must be modified.

3. Two straight lines appear, a vertical one and a horizontal one. With the left button of the mouse click on the starting point of the new area. The two red lines become blue and another two red lines appear that will indicate the other end of the area. Click the left button of the mouse to set the new dimensions of the area.

N.B.: draw the plan starting from the top left and going to the bottom right. It is not possible to go in the opposite direction.

N.B.: The dimensions of the image must amount to at least 10X10 pixel. The programme does not accept smaller images.

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The screen that appears will be the following:

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It is possible to change the colour of the alarm area. This option can be very useful when carrying out the connections. In fact inside the panel the page connected to the area takes on the same colour as the area.

To change the colour of an area:

1. Press the button “Properties”.

2. Select the area where the colour must be changed.

3. Click with the mouse in the coloured box that appears near the wording “Color”.

4. The colours box will appear. Choose the desired color, for example orange.

5. Confirm with “OK”.

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The screen that appears is the following:

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Using the option “Text”, the command “New”, and compile the relative window that appears automatically, it is possible to insert a text label to identify the area:

1. select “Text Fields” in the select column.

2. Press the button “New”.

3. The window “Text field” will appear. Choose character type and dimension, digit the text.

4. Press confirm.

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A text label will appear in the upper left. To move it click on it with the left button of the mouse and position it where desired keeping the left button of the mouse pressed.

Defining and connecting the pages

From the previous window select the command “Return to panel” this gives access to a window with the plan in the central part and defined areas, while the lower part has indications of the pages to be modified. To connect the area and the page:

1. click with the left button of the mouse on the area.

2. Click on the left button of the mouse on the page that must be connected.

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The connected page takes on the same colour as the area to which it refers.

N.B.: it is necessary to repeat this operation for each of the areas used for the AF998EXP control panel.

Each area of the control panel must have its own details page.

To eliminate a connection:

1. Position yourself on the sensitive area where the connection begins. Click with the left button of the mouse. A broken red line will appear.

2. Take the broken red line onto the page connected to the previously selected area. Click with the

RIGHT button on the mouse.

3. The wording “Eliminate the existing area page connection?” appears. Confirm by pressing the button

“Yes”.

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N.B.:

To move the connection from one page to another close the connection by selecting the new destination page (it is not necessary to eliminate the existing connection and create a new one)

During the creation of a connection after the first click (select area) it is possible to cancel the connection operation by pressing the right button of the mouse.

Positioning the detectors

N.B.: it is not advisable to position the detectors in the page called “Main alarm”

To position the detectors inside the desired page:

1. Select “Objects” from the select column

2. Press the button “New”.

3. The window “Object Type” appears from where it is possible to select the type of object to be inserted. The symbol recalls the object and a label describes the type of object.

4. Confirm with the button “OK”.

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The window “object properties” will appear, that encompasses various items.

5. Select the number of the input. The detector must have the same number that was attributed to it when programming the AF998EXP control panel.

6. Enter a description for the sensor editing the fields “Object description” and “Room description”

7. To select an image to be associated to the sensor click on the icon on the top right hand

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8. Open the box “sensors” and select an image inside it. The number next to the image shows the number of pixels for the image.

9. Confirm with “Open”

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10. If the sensor must have a sensitive area select “With sensitive area”. In this way touching the sensor icon opens a page that describes all the properties.

11. It is possible to extend the sensitive area. The white box in the centre shows the sensitive area. The numbered fields placed along the 4 sides represent the direction where the sensitive area can be extended. Just enter a number in a field to extend the sensitive area in the desired direction.

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At this point the sensor and the relative sensitive area will appear in the upper left. To move it into the desired position:

1. Press the button “Move”.

2. Click with the left button of the mouse on the sensor that must be moved.

3. Move the sensor keeping the right button of the mouse pressed in the desired position.

After having configured the detectors the following screen will appear:

Repeat these operations for all the detectors in the system.

PROGRAMMING THE DOMOTICS SECTION

Before configuring the individual devices it is necessary to undertake a few preliminary operations: a) From the panel position the mouse on the page that must be modified. The programme will identify the selected page with a yellow rectangle b) Press the button “Modify”. c) Import the plan that needs to be customised (see “Programming the burglar alarm section”)

N.B.: Type of page. In relation to the domotics section it is possible to select two attributes:

Main control page: with this option the page that is being customised will be the main page of the domotics section.

TS Boot Page: with this option the page that is being customised will be the TS02 home page.

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It is possible to pass to the configuration of the page. We will now consider the configuration of a light point:

1. Select “Objects” from the Select column.

2. Press the button “New”.

3. The window “Select Object type” will appear. Select the desired electrical load. In the example we have chosen the symbol of an incandescent light.

4. Confirm with OK.

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5. The window “Object properties” will appear. To associate an image to the domotics load click on the icon on the top right hand.

6. Open the directory “outputs” and choose an image inside it. The number next to the image corresponds to the pixel dimensions of the image

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Then the window “Object Properties” opens, which allows setting all the characteristics of the device:

Select room: from this menu it is possible to select the room in which to position the device represented by the icon.

Room Description: is a text field where one can write the name of the room where the device is positioned.

Select Object: from this menu it is possible to select the name to be attributed to the object associated to the icon.

Object Description: this is a text field where it is possible to write the name of the object.

Address: write the AVEBus address of the receiver that controls the load represented by the icon.

Function: from this drop down list choose a function from those available for the transmitter which the icon simulates.

Sensitive area: make sure that the item “with sensitive area” has been selected, if not, activate it. In this way when an icon is touched, the represented load is activated. The white square represents the sensitive area. The numbered fields placed along the 4 sides represent the direction along which the sensitive area can be extended. Just insert a number into a field to extend the sensitive area in the desired direction.

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At this point the lamp and the relative sensitive area will appear in the centre of the page. To move to the desired position:

1. Press the button “Move”

2. Click with the left button of the mouse on the icon to be moved

3. Move the icon keeping the left button of the mouse pressed, to the desired position.

After having configured the light point the following screen will appear:

Programming thermoregulation

The touch screens linked to the AVEBus (453ABTM01) thermostats and relative thermoregulation receivers

(453ABRTM01) allow managing the temperature in 15 areas. If the created panel provides a thermoregulation section it will be necessary to activate it:

1. After having loaded the panel, select the options key from the main page.

2. Select the chronothermostat key

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3. Select the button “Chronothermostat, a screen will appear that shows all the parameters concerning thermoregulation:

Zones: it is necessary to select the temperature area (from 1 to 15) on which to apply the thermostat programming

Delta (future provisions): The thermostat is set to control fan-coil actuators, where it is useful to regulate the fan speed depending on the difference between room temperature and temperature set on TS02. It is for this reason that it is commonly called the “Delta speed” parameter, (Delta

V) or “proportional band”, stated in °C, which establishes the speed of the fan-coil with the following logic; if the difference between the room temperature and the one set on TS02 has a value of:

- Less or equal to “Delta V” ( eg. 2°C) the fan turns at minimum speed (V1);

- Between “Delta V” and twice “Delta V” (eg. between 2°C and 4°C) it turns at average speed (V2);

- exceeding twice “Delta V” (eg > 4°C) it turns at maximum speed (V3).

Differential: the hysteresis or differential in temperature is the difference between the activation and deactivation temperature and it is a parameter that can be set. In the winter cycle the thermostat activates the fan when the room temperature is less than the temperature set on

TS02 and deactivates it if the room temperature exceeds by one value (hysteresis) the one that has been set. Vice versa, in the summer cycle, the fan is activated when room temperature exceeds the temperature set on TS02 and it is deactivated if the room temperature is less than one value (hysteresis) than the one that was set.

Anti-freeze: indicates the minimum temperature value that is guaranteed by the system when in a section of the winter programme no temperature and/or programme has been set

Daily programme: allows associating up to 7 different programmes to the days of the week

Programmes: allows setting up to three temperatures and attribute them to the chosen time zones. It is necessary to choose the number of the programme and whether it is a winter or summer programme.

N.B. the time zones are subdivided into 30 minute intervals. It is necessary to set the temperature for each interval. If not: o

If it is a winter programme the temperature goes to the value set as anti-freeze. o

If it is a summer programme the fan-coils switch off

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4. The figure below shows an example of programming.

After having configured the thermoregulation programme it is necessary to insert an icon that represents the master thermostat in each thermal area:

1. After positioning yourself on the page where the master thermostat of the thermal area is to be placed, select “Objects” from the select column

2. Press the button New

3. In the window “Select object type” select “Thermostat”

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4. The following screen will appear where it is necessary to enter all the parameters concerning the thermostat and the relative icon (for details see paragraph on “Programming the domotics section”)

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5. N.B.: in the case of thermostats the address must be assigned in compliance with the rules of operation of the thermoregulation as stated in the AVEBus protocol. The set icon represents the

master thermostat in a thermal area. It is not possible to represent any slave thermostats inserted in the same thermal area. Consequently the addresses permitted are the following:

Master thermostat address

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Description

Master Thermostat in zone 1

Master Thermostat in zone 2

Master Thermostat in zone 3

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Master Thermostat in zone 4

Master Thermostat in zone 5

Master Thermostat in zone 6

Master Thermostat in zone 7

Master Thermostat in zone 8

Master Thermostat in zone 9

Master Thermostat in zone 10

Master Thermostat in zone 11

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Master Thermostat in zone 12

Master Thermostat in zone 13

Master Thermostat in zone 14

Master Thermostat in zone 15

N.B.: as indicated in the thermoregulation paragraph only the touch screen configured as master allows modifying the settings concerning the temperature programmes.

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Programming sound diffusion

To programme sound diffusion it is firstly necessary to enable the audio section in the panel that is being worked on.

1. Click on the “Options” key.

2. Enable the “Audio Control” key.

3. Select the button “Audio”

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The screen concerning the audio section will appear, here it is possible to set two parameters:

1. The names of the “Zones” i.e. the rooms where the audio diffusers have been positioned (living room, bedroom)

2. The names of the “Programs “ i.e. the sound sources used (eg. CD, radio, etc)

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N.B.: once the data insertion has been done it is necessary to save the modifications before closing the page.

In order to configure the audio management page on TS02 it is necessary to insert an audio-type icon in the rooms where the diffusers are positioned. This icon corresponds to the previously defined sound areas. Click on this icon to select the source to be listened to in the room. Let us assume that one of the sound areas in the building with TS02 is the living room.

1. After positioning yourself on the page where the audio icon is to be located select “Objects” from the select column

2. Press New

3. In the window “Select object type” choose “Audio”

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4. The following screen will appear, it is necessary to enter all the parameters for the audio area, the icon and the audio area associated with the same icon.

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5. Press OK

6. The icon for the audio area will appear on the plan.

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DEFINING SCENARIOS

It is possible to associate a group of actions to a single icon through the scenario function. To define scenarios it is necessary to define the group of actions:

1. In the main screen of the panel press the options key

2. From the options window choose the button “Scenario”

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3. Press “New”

4. Insert a label in the field “Description” to give the scenario a name N.B.: the description viewed on the touch screen is not this one but the one inserted as the description of the icon that recalls the scenario. The description label inserted into here allows identifying the scenarios when a scenariotype object is inserted.

5. Press the modify button to insert the scenario actions

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6. Press the button “Insert After” to insert the first action. Then it will be possible to insert an action both before (using the key “Insert Before”) and after the one selected (using the key “Insert After”)

7. Insert a label in the field “Description” to give a name to the action

8. Specify the type of object (for example lamp, shutter, control panel, audio etc.). The example shows how to switch on a light point. Specify the AVEBus address and the function associated with the transmitter that must be simulated.

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9. It is possible to act on the control panel to program the insertion. N.B.: in the partial insertion it is necessary to indicate the areas desired in a single action. It is not possible to insert two different areas with two subsequent actions. Furthermore, when starting the scenario, if the insertion of the station is required, the keyboard will appear to insert the code. If the code is not entered no scenario action will be executed.

10. Once the insertion of actions has ended press “Save modifications”. N.B.: the key “save modifications” applies the modifications and maintains them when the window is closed, but does not save them in the panel file; when it is requested (when the application is closed or a new panel opened) if the panel must be saved then answer “Yes” to save the modifications concerning the scenarios on the panel

Then an icon must be attributed to the scenario:

1. Select “Objects” in the “Select” column

2. Press the button “New”

3. In the window “Select Object Type” choose the icon relating to the scenarios

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4. Load an image to be used as a scenario icon

5. Choose the scenario from among those set to which an icon must be associated.

6. Insert a label in the fields “Room description” and “Object description” to specify the room in which the scenario is inserted and the name given to the same scenario.

7. It is possible to launch the scenario from the icon positioned on the touch screen and from an

AVEbus transmitter connected to the system. To achieve this insert into the appropriate field the address of the transmitter that must be programmed with the “ON” function. It is also possible to act on the control panel to program the insertion. In this case, launching the scenario, the station will be automatically inserted without requesting the insertion code.

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N.B.: The delay function is also available in the available actions that a scenario permits to be activated. This allows introducing a pause between one action and the next (each delay action can reach a maximum limit of 65.535 seconds). If a scenario is activated while there is another underway that was activated previously a window will appear notifying that the scenario selected cannot be executed as there is a previous one already underway. From this window press end to interrupt the scenario activated previously.

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Scenarios with thermoregulating action

The scenario can also include a thermoregulation action. The operation is summed up in the following points.

1. Thermoregulation action is understood as being the possibility of forcing a specific area or all the areas to a fixed temperature (from 5°C to 30°C) for a certain amount of time (from 1 to 255 hours).

Even if more than one temperature actions have been set in the same scenario only the first will be executed, the others will not be processed.

2. At the start of the scenario that involves a temperature action, a page will appear that views the data of the temperature scenario: area; set temperature; duration. The user has the possibility of modifying the temperature parameters and duration and then confirm. N.B.: Should it be possible to insert or disinsert the control panel into the scenario, the temperature window appears after the code has been entered.

3. If, during the period in which the scenario is active another scenario is activated with a temperature action that involves the same area, the settings of the second scenario will replace those of the first.

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During the time in which the scenario is active, that includes a thermoregulation action, viewing the temperature state in an area involved in the scenario, the wording “Scenario” will appear, as well as the temperature and the time remaining until expiry of the scenario itself.

5. To set a thermoregulation scenario on specific areas with different temperatures it is necessary to: a. create a number of X scenarios equal to a number of X areas in which different temperatures are required. In each area insert a thermoregulation action with the area parameters and desired temperature. b. In a page of the Domina SW programme, create a page for the X number of scenario-type objects equal to the X number of scenarios created in point a) with relative address (see paragraph “”). N.B.: Assign a different address to the scenarios than the address of the lamp objects found on the panel c. create a main scenario that includes a number of lamp-type actions equal to the number of scenarios established in point a). For each lamp-type action set the switch on function and address of the relative scenario set in point b).

CONFIGURATING THE TIME SCHEDULER

This function allows arranging the operations of the WEEKLY TIME SCHEDULER setting the 8 programmes

A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H that can be assigned to the days of week and 32 holidays. Each PROGRAMME contains

20 PITCHES, each has a TIME and scenario which the touch screen completes automatically. To access the programmer it is necessary to enable it.

1. From the main screen of the panel press options.

2. Enable the “Time Scheduler” key.

3. Select the button “Scheduler”.

N.B.: At this point it is necessary to fill in the fields stating the month, day and time when daylight saving time comes into effect. This will allow the time programmer to automatically change the time.

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Scheduler

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4. Then the time sheduler screen will appear. Here one can set the programmes after having pressed the “Programmes” key.

5. Select which of the 8 available programmes must be modified. In the example Programme 1 has been chosen

6. Select the programme pitch that must be modified

7. Set the programming pitch action by following the points below a. enable the programming pitch b. choose “Scenario” c. set the time in which the scenario must be executed d. select the scenario that must be executed

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8. To associate the set programme to the desired day, first press “Calendar”

9. Select the day of the week to which the programme must be associated.

10. Select the programme that must be associated to the day selected in point 8

11. Press “Save modifications” to save what was set.

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N.B.: Over and above the days of the week there are 20 boxes to manage days when it is necessary to set programmes that go beyond a weekly routine. To make use of this possibility position yourself on the time programmer screen in the “Calendar” section, then:

1. Select a box from number 7 onwards

2. Set the “Day Details” specifying: a. The month b. The day c. The programme to be associated to the day selected in points a and b d. Insert a comment eg. the name of the event (optional)

Scheduler

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Subsequently the user can, from TS02, modify the actions of the programmes keeping the following in mind:

Each programme contains a maximum of 20 pitches, each consisting of one scenario

It is possible to choose one scenario per pitch from amongst those programmed on TS02 and set the time in which in which it is activated.

N.B.: The time scheduler when loaded in the TS is stored in the TS memory. To delete it is necessary to over write it by a new programming. If the new programming doesn’t include the time scheduler it is necessary to enable it, in order to cancel completely the previous programming.

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TRANSFERRING PROGRAMMING TO TS02

To transfer the programmes undertaken to TS02 connect a PC to the TS02 by a RS232 cable keeping to the following connection diagram:

N.B. : if the PC is not provided with a RS232 port it is possible tuo use a RS232/USB converter.

Colour

Red

Yellow

Green

Description

Input +12Vcc

Signal A protocol RS232

Signal B protocol RS232

Pin corresponding to TS02

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WARNING!! When transferring programmes from the PC to TS02 never disconnect the battery or the connection to the RS232 port of the PC. If either one or both of the connections are removed it will not be possible to re-start the TS02. Should this happen contact the technical services office of AVE

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After having completed the connections correctly, select the COM port to which the programme cable has been connected:

1. From the main screen of the panel press options

2. Under “COM serial port” select the number of the port to which the programme cable is connected

3. Press “Save Modifications”

4. End the operations by pressing “Close”

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To transfer the programmes to TS02:

1. Position yourself on the page configured as start touch. If the selected page is the correct one the programme will activate the icon “T.S.P.” (See arrow 2)

2. Press the icon “T.S.P.”

3. A window will appear that asks if you wish to proceed with programming.

4. Press the confirm button to start the data connection.

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N.B.: to speed up the data transfer operation to various devices with the same programming, after having

undertaken the first data transfer following the procedure previously illustrated, it is possible to proceed as follows:

1. Repeat the steps from 1 to 3 described previously. When the window “Programming Touch Screen” appears click on the arrow button on the bottom right.

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2. The wording choose the operations to be carried out will appear

3. Select only the items “Programming Configuration”, “Programming Graphics”

4. Press the button “Confirm” to begin transferring data.

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WARNING! if the panel has been modified then execute all 4 steps shown in the programming window. This programming method is valid only to programme more than one device with the same panel.

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INSTALLING THE DEVICE

Depending on the configuration of the system it is necessary to undertake the relative settings on the TS02.

From the Home Page click on the icon:

Thereafter click on the icon “control panel”:

The following screen will appear:

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1. Under the item “Touch Screen Address” select if it concerns the TS02 master or one of the 7 possible TS02 slaves

2. Configure the system by setting: a. If the TS02 is connected to the burglar alarm control panel b. If there are TS02 slaves connected to the master c. Synchronisation of the control panel AF998EXP with that of TS02.

N.B.: for this function it is necessary to have installed on the control panel station

AF998EXP a EPROM 4.4 or later version

3. Attribute the burglar alarm areas that must be operated with TS02

4. Exit from the configuration page by clicking on the back or home keys.

N.B.: If the page shown above is accessed after 60 s from TS02 connection to the control panel or power it will be necessary to enter a valid code in order to undertake the settings. For any subsequent modifications it is always necessary to insert priority code 8 to access the configuration page and to confirm modifications.

Should the control panel be absent after 60 seconds it will be necessary to give power to the device once again in order to work on this page.

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Installation diagrams

Notes for connecting the Touch screen (TS02):

1) The touch screen that is used as a master in a system that also has an burglar alarm session must be connected with the interface TSINT01 to the BUS3 of the central station AF998EXP

2) If the touch screen is used to check the burglar alarm control panel it is preferable to connect a buffer battery to the auxiliary power supply. In this way, should there be a power cut the operation of also the touch screen slaves would be guaranteed.

Operation of the dip switches:

N° dip switch Status Operation

1 ON Operation with more than one touch screens and without domotics

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ON

Operation with more than one touch screens and with domotics

Normal operation

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OFF BIOS graphics part programming (expert users only)

ON Firmware updating (expert users only)

OFF Normal operation

ON Factory test Function

OFF Normal operation

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Note Products should be sold in their original packaging. When this is not the case, the retailer or/and the installer is obliged to follow, as well as communicate to the user, the instructions for use which are supplied with the product. After opening the packaging, check that the appliance is undamaged. Do not use the appliance if there is any doubt, but contact a qualified technician. Even before unpacking, the appliance should be handled with care and stored in a dry place at temperatures between –5°C and +40°C.

Also note: • The 5 years warranty is applicable for all the goods, except of the goods included in the Safety-Security Division, Antiintrusion Systems, Fire Detection Systems and Technical Alarms for which is applicable a 2 years warranty, for any defect in or failing caused by the manufacturer’s negligence. It doesn’t affect your statutory rights as prescribed by law (art. 1490, 1512 C.C., DL

24/2002, Directive 1999/44/CE, art. 1519 C.C.). The defect must be notified within 2 month from the date it was discovered. Five years (or two years for the above mentioned series) are intended from the date of delivery of the goods by AVE. • AVE products are installation products. They must be installed by skilled workers in compliance with the installation regulations. • Before carrying out any maintenance on the appliance, cut off the mains power. • Special care should be taken in the preparation of the cable terminals to be inserted into the appliance terminals so as to maintain sufficient isolation distance between them. • When tightening the terminal screws, special care should be taken to avoid overheating which could start a fire or damage the cables. •The product must be used in dry, dust-free areas. Suitable products must be used in any other conditions. • There is the possibility of electric shocks or failure of the device if the device is tampered with. • Install products and accessories according to the prescriptions of the catalogue and the instructions sheet and in compliance with specific standards and rules.

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