LW821 unfinished

LW821 unfinished
Version 2
Inline Relay (500W)
Model No. LW821
Instruction Manual
Connect Series
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EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Responsible Authority:
LightwaveRF PLC,
Innovation Campus Birmingham
Faraday Wharf
Holt Street
Birmingham
B7 4BB
Tel: +44 (0)121 250 3625
Email: [email protected]
Model Number(s):
Description:
Directives this equipment
Complies with:
JSJSLW821
Inline Relay
2006/95/EC The Low Voltage Directive N/A
2004/108/EEC The Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
1999/5/EC R&TTE Directive
93/68/EEC CE Marking Directive
Standards Applied in order to verify compliance
Safety: BS EN 60730-1: 2011
Health:
R&TTE: EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2: (2011-09), EN 301 489-3 V1.4.1: (2002-08)
EN 300 220-1 V2.1.1: 2006, EN 300 220-2 V2.1.2: 2007
EMC: EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2: (2011-09), EN 301 489-3 V1.4.1: (2002-08),
EN 55022: 2010, EN 61000-3-2: 2006 +A1: 2009 +A2: 2009 Class A,
EN 61000-3-3: 2008, EN61000-4-2: 2009,
EN 61000-4-3: 2006 +A1: 2008 +A2: 2010, EN 61000-4-4: 2012,
EN 61000-4-5: 2006, EN 61000-4-6: 2009, EN 61000-4-11: 2004
For and on behalf of LightwaveRF PLC
---------------------------------------Name
J Shermer
Position
Managing Director
Get Started
How do I get started?
Please refer to the following installation and
setup instructions that will guide you through
the installation and setup process.
What do I need?
The relay is designed to remotely turn on/off
lighting or power circuits (max 500W) or to
control door, window or curtain openers. You must
understand how your devices need to be wired
and how to safely turn off the electricity supply.
You will also need suitable electrical screwdrivers.
Help video & further guidance
For additional guidance, and to watch a video
that will help guide you through the installation
process, please visit the support section on
www.lightwaverf.com
Installation
Overview
Power LED. When
illuminated the
relay is powered.
On/off & linking
button.
Fuse
compartment.
Mounting hole.
Wiring
terminals.
Screw cover.
IMPORTANT: All LightwaveRF products can be legally DIY installed in your
own home; however, if in doubt, always consult a qualified electrician or
heating engineer. It is important to install this product in accordance with
the following instructions. Failure to do so may void your warranty.
Installation
Wiring terminals
Switched
live 1
Common
Switched
live 2
Switching terminals.
Volts free OR mains
Live
Neutral
230V Mains
power in
The Inline relay requires mains power to operate. It can be used to provide up
to 500W of mains powered switching OR separate volts free switching for
circuits not requiring additional mains power. The relay latches between three
positions: switched live 1, switched live 2 and a neutral position (not connected).
IMPORTANT: The Inline relay is not designed to be left exposed once it is
installed, as live mains wiring is connected to the terminals. Ensure that the
device is mounted securely in a suitable housing. If conducting an insulation
resistance test, all LightwaveRF products must be disconnected from the
mains, or damage will occur.
Installation
Wiring the relay
1.
IMPORTANT: Turn off the mains electrical supply.
2. Connect the live and neutral
terminals, as shown in the diagram, to
provide power to the relay. When the
green LED is illuminated, the relay is
connected to mains power.
Relay terminals
COM
NOTE: Even if switching a low voltage or
non-mains circuit, the relay must always
have mains power connected to the live
and neutral terminals for it to be able to
function.
L
N
L
N
Live wire Neutral
wire
Connecting to a circuit volts free
Use this configuration to switch one or
two circuits that do not require mains
power to be provided from the live and
1.
Connect the incoming ‘live’ wire
from the low voltage circuit to the
common (com) terminal as shown in
the diagram.
COM
Circuit live wire
L
N
L
N
Mains
power to
relay
Installation
2. Connect the outgoing wire ‘load’
to the leftmost load terminals (
)
as shown in the diagram. This is the
wire that will be collected to the ‘load’
(i.e. device to be switched or lamp).
The relay now has 2 positions - ‘on’
and ‘off’. The diagrams below show
the on and off positions if a live were
to be connected to the common and
load to the leftmost load terminal.
COM
L
N
L
N
On Position - circuit
connected
COM
Circuit
Circuit
switched live wire
live (to
device)
COM
L
N
L
N
Mains power
to relay
L
N
L
N
Off Position - circuit
disconnected
IMPORTANT: When the relay is operated remotely via RF, it is always the
lefthand load terminal that will be connected when the ‘on’ button is pressed.
Therefore, if the circuit is wired as shown, pressing ‘on’ using an RF remote
will turn on the circuit, and ‘off’ will disconnect it.
Installation
Switching between two Circuits
If a second load wire connected to another circuit is attached to the second
switched live terminal (see diagram), the relay can be used to switch between
two circuits. In addition to the on and off positions, there is also a ‘stop’
position which breaks contact with both of the right and lefthand circuits.
COM
L
N
L
N
Circuit
Circuit
Circuit
switched live wire switched
live 1 (to
live 2 (to
device)
device)
COM
COM
L
N
L
N
Position 1 - circuit 1 connected
L
N
L
N
Position 2 - circuit 2 connected
COM
L
N
L
N
Stop Position (no circuit connected)
Installation
NOTE: A standard handheld or other LightwaveRF remote control will only
be able to utilise the ‘on’ and ‘off’ commands to switch between circuits but
NOT use the stop command, as it does not include this function.
To operate the stop command you will need a LightwaveRF ‘On/Off/Stop
Switch’ which includes ‘on/off’ (open/close) and ‘stop’ commands OR the
LightwaveRF App (requires Lightwave Link).
If you are using the App, you must slect the device as ‘open/close’ during
linking process (see in-app help). This will give you the ‘stop’ command as
well as on/off (open/close) when you come to operate the device from the
smartphone.
Curtains, Blinds and Doors
Because of the ‘stop’ command feature, the relay can be used to operate a
device that requires an on/off (or open/close) function AND a stop (or
pause) function, such as blinds, curtains and doors.
In this case, as before, the incoming live wire will be connected to the ‘com’
terminal, and there will be two separate outgoing ‘load’ wires each
connected to the separate switched live (or load) terminals (see diagram on
the next page).
Installation
COM
L
N
L
N
NOTE: Because of the extra ‘stop’
command, a LightwaveRF ‘On
/off/stop
Switch’
or
the
LightwaveRF App and Lightwave
Link will be required to operate this
setup.
Circuit
Circuit
Circuit
switched live wire switched
live 1 (to
live 2 (to
device)
device)
Connecting the Inline Relay to a circuit requiring mains power
COM
Circuit
Circuit
switched live wire
live 1 (to
device)
L
N
L
N
Mains
live
Mains
neutral
Neutral
from
device
If the relay is being used to control
(interupt) a mains powered circuit
(max 500W load), then power
must be taken from the relay’s
main live terminal via a jumper
connection
to
the
common
terminal (see diagram).
The neutral terminal must now also
accommodate an incoming and
outgoing connection to the mains
circuit.
Device setup
Linking the relay to the App / controllers
NOTE: This procedure applies to the LightwaveRF Smartphone and Web App
and all LightwaveRF controllers (e.g. Handheld Remote or Mood Controller).
LightwaveRF relays each have 6 unique memory slots which means they can
link with up to 6 LightwaveRF controllers in total. If you are using a
smartphone/tablet/PC to control the relay via the Lightwave Link, this will
always count as ONE controller and take up one memory slot even if you are
using multiple smartphones/tablets.
1.
On the relay, press and hold down the
linking button until the LED flashes then
release it. The relay is now in linking mode.
2.
Using the LightwaveRF Smartphone App,
press the ‘connect’ button (the App
instructions will guide you through this). If
using another controller press the button
that you intend to link. The blue light on the
relay will flash more quickly to confirm that
the App/controller is now linked.
Linking
button
Device setup
NOTE: Linking mode lasts for 12 seconds; if no signal is received from a
controller during this time then the socket will automatically exit linking
mode without linking the device.
If, when expecting a quick flashing LED to confirm pairing, a slow flash is
received instead, then the relay memory is FULL and no further remotes
may be linked with it unless one of the existing remotes is unpaired first (see
below).
Unlinking controllers and clearing the Inline Relay memory
Removing a single device:
1. On the relay, press and hold down the
linking button until the LED flashes
alternately, and then release it. That relay
is now in linking mode.
2. Using a LightwaveRF controller,
Smartphone or Web App, press the button
intended to be unlinked; the LED light on
the relay will flash to confirm that the
App/controller is now unlinked.
Linking
button
Device setup
Clearing the memory (will remove any linked App or Controllers):
1. On the relay, press and hold down the
linking button until the LED flashes, and
then release it. That relay is now in
linking mode.
Linking
button
2. Press and hold down the linking button again until the LED flashes more
quickly, then tap (don’t hold) the linking button a further time; the LED will
flash slowly to confirm that the memory has been cleared.
NOTE: Reliable range of remote operation is around 15 metres indoors and
up to 100m outdoors using the Lightwave Link. This figure may vary
depending upon the environment; very thick walls, bodies of water or
large metal objects may interfere with radio range.
If the distance between the transmitter and receiver is too great to achieve
reliable operation, the LightwaveRF Signal Booster may be used in
conjunction with this product to increase the range.
IMPORTANT: Inline relays should not be positioned within 30cm of one
another, as their transmition signals may interfere and reduce the effective
operational range.
Remote operation
Remote operation
Control with the LightwaveRF App or On/off/stop Switch
1. Press the ‘on’/’open’ button on the
transmitter to turn the circuit on or switch
between circuits.
2. Press the ‘off’/‘close’ button on the
transmitter to turn the circuit off or switch
between circuits.
3. Press the ‘stop’ button to disconnect both
circuits and cut power to connected devices.
Control using an on/off transmitter such as the handheld remote
1. Press the ‘on’ button on the transmitter to
turn the circuit on or switch between
circuits.
2. Press the ‘off’ button on the transmitter
to turn the circuit off or to switch between
circuits.
Technical specification
Specification
RF frequency: 433.92 MHz
Input rating: 220-240V~ 50Hz.
Output rating: 500W Max.
Dimensions: Width 68mm, Height 52mm, Depth 27mm
Standby Energy Use: Less than 1W
Warranty: 2 year standard warranty
Version 2
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01707 386035
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