Time, staircase lighting, twilight switches and thermostats Solutions

Time, staircase lighting, twilight switches and thermostats Solutions
Time, staircase lighting,
twilight switches and thermostats
Solutions for comfort, energy saving
and simple automations.
Table of Contents
Introduction ........................................................................ 3
AT electro-mechanical time switches ................................... 4
D Line digital time switches ............................................... 10
DTS annual digital time switches ....................................... 22
E 232 staircase lighting switch with warning function .......... 30
TW twilight switches ......................................................... 36
TWP twilight switches ....................................................... 44
THS modular thermostats ................................................. 46
Guide to installation in residential buildings ........................ 52
Guide to installation in commercial buildings ...................... 56
Guide to installation in industrial buildings .......................... 60
Guide to installation in the agrifood sector ......................... 64
Order codes ..................................................................... 66
Wiring diagrams ............................................................... 68
Overall dimensions............................................................ 70
Frequent queries and problem-solving ............................... 72
Glossary ........................................................................... 73
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ABB’s solutions for temperature
regulation and lighting control to suit
specific requirements.
To control the activation
of electrical loads in an
installation, and consequently,
improve their use and ensuring
energy-efficient management,
ABB offers a wide range of
switches to control the electric
utilities as needed to suit
the requirements of a vast
variety of applications.
Continual investments in research and development have
made ABB a reference point as manufacturer of groundbreaking products that fully reflect the installation
requirements of even the most demanding customers.
ABB’s target is to supply the market with products that are
pioneering as to design, energy efficiency, safety, functionality
and environmental impact. High performance, the utmost
reliability over time, silent operation and a compact design are
amongst the principal characteristics featured by the AT
analog, D Line and DTS digital time switches, the TW twilight
switches, E232 staircase lighting switches and THS modular
thermostats. ABB’s System pro M compact® load
management devices are thus the ideal solution for every
requirement in the residential, services-providing and
industrial sectors.
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AT electro-mechanical time switches
AT electro-mechanical time
switches are especially needed
in systems where the
controlgear is switched ON and
OFF with long intervals
between, e.g. 15-30 minutes
for the daily versions and 2
hours for the weekly ones.
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These electro-mechanical time switches are available in daily
and weekly version with 16 A contact, 1 NO for the 1 module
version and 1 NO/NC for the 2 and 3 modules version. They
can be operated according to a program or they can be set to
a permanent ON function (ON-OFF for the 3-module version).
The -R type are equipped with an internal battery, which is
normally which enables them to maintain their timing function
even in case of lengthy power supply failures.
These switches are suitable for installation in the lighting
systems of shops, public buildings, schools, heating and
irrigation systems and so forth.
Main features
Other features of the range
-
The dial is clearly visible from the front
Accurate and readable indication of the time
The dial is completely accessible without tools
Sealable and loss-proof cover to prevent unauthorised
access
- RoHS compliant
- 200 hours running reserve for AT1-R, AT3-R and AT3-7R
and 150 hours for AT2-R and AT2-7R
- 1, 2 and 3 module versions
- Daily and weekly versions with and without reserve
- Loss-proof screw terminals
- Simple and compact design
- Minimum switching time:
- 15’ for AT1, AT1-R, AT3 and AT3-R (daily versions)
- 30’ for AT2 and AT2-R (daily versions)
- 210’ for AT2-7R (weekly version)
- 120’ for AT3-7R (weekly version)
How many modules do you need?
1 module is the right choice when you need to save space
on the DIN rail, but the switching dial is not fully readable
3 modules are ideal for a fully readable of the dial and thus
of the programming
2 modules is the right compromise
When you must to use the running reserve?
Always! The running reserve keeps the time switch synchronized
even in a blackout. Time switch without running reserve has no
battery. This means it is more economical, but it needs to be
regulated again after a power failure. It is only suitable when the
installation has an UPS.
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AT electro-mechanical time switches
Technical specifications
AT1
Rated voltage
AT1-R
AT2
AT2-R
V
AT2-7R
AT3
AT3-R
AT3-7R
230 AC ± 10%
Contact type
1 NO
1 NO/NC
Contact capacity:
A
resistive load
16
Inductive load
A
Rated frequency
Hz
4
3
50-60
Time base
quartz
Minimum switching times
min
Max number of commands per cycle
Running reserve
h
15
15
96
96
-
200
30
30
210
48
-
150
Accuracy
150
15
15
96
96
120
84
-
200
200
± 1sec/24h
Power consumption
Max switching power
Max. terminal size for cable
VA
0.5
W
4000
3500
4000
mm²
4
2.5
4
Terminals
with captive screws
Mounting
on DIN rail
Operating temperature
°C
Storage temperature
°C
-10...+55
Modules
-10...+55
-10...+50
1
2
Reference Standards
-20...+70
-10...+55
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EN 60730-1 ; EN 60730-2-7
How to program AT1 - AT1-R
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1
2
15'
23
12
24
13
1
14
I 0
5
2
I
I
I 0
I 0
= automatic
I
I
Switching dial
I
Time setting
Manual override
4
23
4
23
= permanently on
24
24
1
1
24
2
2
3
3
I 0
I 0
I
Programming
6
I
0
I
I
0
How to program AT2 - AT2-R - AT2-7R
Example: 3 = Wednesday 14:45
Time setting
= Automatic
programmed operation
1
= Permanently ON
Programming
How to program AT3 - AT3-R - AT3-7R
Time setting
3-position selector switch
2
4
6
0 = Permanently off
= Automatic programmed operation
2
Programming
4
6
I
= Permanently on
Manual mode
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AT electro-mechanical time switches
Operating principle
The AT electro-mechanical time switches enable to control the
circuit opening/closing according to a daily or weekly program
or to manually set permanent ON/OFF operation.
Application environments
The AT electro-mechanical time switches are particularly
indicated in any environment and situation where it is
necessary to program system load operation according to a
daily or weekly frequency (shop lighting system, public
buildings, heating systems, irrigation systems, etc.).
Installation example
As shown in the diagrams, one of the possible applications is
to mount the AT3-7R electromechanical time switch inside the
power supply circuit of a golf field. In this case the device
programming enables the daily activation of the irrigation
system at a preset time
AUXILIARIES
L1
N
L1
O1
6
O1
S1
AT3-7R
E211-16-10
S1
4
AUXILIARIES
10
AT3-7R
AT3-7R
EV
12
N
IRRIGATION
SOLENOID VALVE
8
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D Line digital time switches
D Line is ABB’s new range
of digital time switches.
An exclusive design, featuring
a backlit white LCD display,
plus extremely easy use with
two lines of text menu and
just four pushbuttons, make
the D Line products ideal for
automating the functions of
the installation.
Thanks to the pioneering way in which vacation periods can
be managed, the new D Line allows you to override the
normal weekly program for one or more periods of the year or
even through different years. The range includes versions with
1 and 2 channels, equipped with large capacity internal
batteries so they are able to function during a blackout and
an EEPROM permanent data store, to ensure that the
scheduled program is followed and the date and hour settings
are maintained even during a power failure.
The “PLUS” versions can copy one or more programs and
transfer them to different devices by means of a flash drive,
without wasting time and avoiding re-programming errors.
The “SYNCHRO” versions can be combined with the D DCF
antenna, allowing the circuit-breaker to be automatically
synchronized with the DCF77 Frankfurt timing signal, or with
the D GPS antenna, which synchronizes with the signal
received by the Global Positioning System and provides a
more precise solution than the terrestrial transmissions. These
versions are required when one or more circuit-breakers need
to be kept synchronized, even when installed in unattended
areas.
Why are the new D Line time switches supplied without
a preset date and time?
Unlike the models already preset in the factory, the D Line
battery does not discharge as it maintains the settings during a
long storage period. This allows the customer to benefit from full
battery life, as the battery begin to operate when the keypad is
pressed for the first time.
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Operating principle
- Management of vacation periods, which can be
programmed at different times of the year
- Multilanguage menu, with a choice of 11 different languages
- Zero cross switching, for a longer lasting relay and the
actual load itself
- LCD display with high-level contrast, providing optimum
visibility in all conditions thanks to timed backlighting
- 1 second minimum switching time
- Product warranty management: the internal clock and
battery activate when the time switch is first installed
- Monitored maintenance for the connected equipment:
the count-down function transmits an alert to the display
after a preset number of operating hours
Range specifications
- Vast choice of programs: standard, cyclic, random
and vacation
- Permanent or temporary override function, activated with
a single touch
- Programming via menus with 4 simple keys
- The status of each contact is clearly displayed
- Full graphic display of the switching sequence established by
the program for each of the channels of the day in question
- Generously sized 34 mm LCD display
- External inputs for connecting one or more remote controls,
e.g.: circuit-breakers or pushbuttons
- 64 memory locations
- Accuracy of ±0.5 seconds/day
- Automatic summer/winter time switch-over
- 6 years running reserve (lithium battery)
- Sealable and loss-proof cover to prevent unauthorised access
Accessories available
-
DCF77 antenna
GPS antenna
Flash key
Programming software and USB interface
What does zero cross switching mean?
The device is able to monitor the network sinusoid and
to switch the load at the exact instant in which the voltage
is annulled. This allows extremely high maximum loads to be
obtained while ensuring that both the relay and the load itself
are longer lasting.
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D Line digital time switches
The special functions of the new range
Standard program
The standard function allows one or more series of opening
and closing operations to be performed so as to control loads
such as the lighting and heating systems in a school.
The ON time and the OFF time can differ in an independent
way in both channels (lighting ON from MON to FRI from
08:00 hrs to 18:00 hrs and heating ON from MON to FRI from
07:00 hrs to 10:00 hrs).
Lighting system in a school
In the example, the school’s lighting system is ON
from 08:00 hrs until 18:00 hrs.
:;+
Cyclic program
The cyclic function allows a series of impulses or a timing
cycle to be performed so as to control loads such as an
illuminated sign or the school bells. The ON time and the
OFF time can vary from 1 second to 23 hours, 59 minutes
and 59 seconds.
Illuminated sign
In the example, the illuminated sign comes ON
at 19:00 hrs and generates a series of impulses lasting
for 10 seconds ON and OFF, until 02:00 hrs in the morning.
:;+
School bell
In the example, the school bell rings for 3 seconds
every 50 minutes, from 08:00 hrs until 13:00 hrs.
Heating system in a school
In the example, the school’s heating system is ON
from 07:00 hrs until 10:00 hrs.
:;+
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8 00
13 00
Vacation program
The vacation program allows the normal programs to be
halted for an established period. This is very useful during the
vacation period. The vacation program can also manage
periods spanning different years, such as the period from
Christmas to Epiphany.
Heating system in an office
The example shows that the office heating system was
turned OFF from 16:00 hrs on 24 December 2009 for the
Christmas holiday period and ON again at 08:00 hrs
on 6 January 2010 when the office opened again.
Random program
The random program allows you to turn the utility ON and
OFF in the random mode, so as to simulate the presence of
persons in unmanned places, for example.
Villa
The example shows how the random program simulates the
presence of persons in a villa during the evening hours.
18 00
+LJLTILY
19 00
20 00
22 00
0 00
2 00
4 00
6 00
1HU\HY`
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D Line digital time switches
Accessories for PLUS and SYNCHRO
D KEY
D KEY flash key for executing programs recorded in the key,
transferring programs from the time switch to the key and vice
versa, and for reading the programs in the key.
1
0
3
5
6
12
7
18
L
24
C1 OFF
P2 4
1 2 3 4 5 6
4
0
3
5
6
12
7
18
L
24
C1 OF F
7
MENU
2
1
6
OK
8
R ESET
N
Save
6
7
OK
0
3
5
6
12
8
N
1 2 3 4 5 6
2
4
6
7
18
L
24
6
12
7
18
L
24
4
6
1
0
P24
7
OK
8
0
P2 4
7
MENU
2
1
3
5
6
12
R ESET
N
1 2 3 4 5 6
MENU
2
4
6
3
5
6
12
7
18
L
24
C1 OF F
OK
8
R ESET
N
7
18
P2 4
1 2 3 4 5 6
7
MENU
2
4
6
OK
8
R ESET
N
Upload
L
24
C1 OF F
Upload
14
5
Upload
C1 OF F
MENU
3
1 2 3 4 5 6
R ESET
Upload
1
Save
0
P24
1 2 3 4 5 6
4
1
C1 OF F
MENU
2
D SW software
You can program the D Line digital time switches from your
PC thanks to D SW software, which allows you to work
through the programming steps in a quick and simple way
while comfortably seated at your desk.
This is because the program can be transferred to the flash
key and then copied into several devices without the risk
of re-programming errors.
Once created, the program can be saved in a file in the PDF
format, ready to be printed and stored inside the switchboard.
1
0
3
5
6
12
7
18
L
24
C1 OF F
P2 4
7
OK
8
R ESET
N
Upload
1 2 3 4 5 6
MENU
2
4
6
P2 4
7
OK
8
R ESET
N
Upload
The flash key allows you to
execute a program in the EMD
external memory in the automatic
mode, save the programs in the
time switch or ones that have
been created with the D SW
programming software in the
D KEY flash drive and then work
through the procedures in reverse.
The vacation programs can also be
uploaded and downloaded to and
from the D KEY.
D DCF77 antenna
This antenna receives the hourly texts transmitted by the
DCF77 emitter situated in Mainflingen, Germany, in the
Frankfurt region. The programmers are automatically positioned
on the time, date and on the exact summer or winter
timeframe. The antenna allows up to 10 programmers in series
to be maintained in the synchronized state. The power of the
emitter of Frankfurt am Main is 50 kW and its range is about
2,500 km. The signal is sometimes received in a discontinuous
way and not all places could be covered owing to dead zones
created by the territory, especially in countries that are fairly far
from the emitter. Italy is fully covered. The reception is optimal
when the marked antenna face is pointed towards Frankfurt.
Up to 10 programmers can be
piloted with the D DCF77 and
D GPS antennas. The polarity is
of no importance for the first
programmer connected, unlike
the following ones, which must
comply with the polarity dictated
by the first.
D DCF77
D GPS
D1 SYNCHRO
D2 SYNCHRO
1
0
3
5
6
12
D1 SYNCHRO
D2 SYNCHRO
7
18
L
24
C1 OFF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
4
1
0
3
5
6
12
D1 SYNCHRO
D2 SYNCHRO
7
18
L
24
C1 OFF
P24
MENU
2
D GPS antenna
The D GPS antenna provides an accurate localization and
time information in all weather conditions, both day and night
in any part of the world, since the time is obtained from
several sources at the same time, thus allowing the clock to
compensate for delays. The synchronization received from the
Global Positioning system provides a more accurate value
than the terrestrial transmissions. The GPS system combines
the time supplied by various atomic clocks installed on board
the satellites of the system with the time given by a network of
terrestrial stations and corrects the errors.
6
OK
8
N
P24
MENU
2
4
0
3
5
6
12
7
18
L
24
C1 OFF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
RESET
1
6
OK
8
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
RESET
N
P24
MENU
2
4
6
OK
8
RESET
N
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D Line digital time switches
Programming menus
Programming menu without programming key
Languages
Italiano
English
Deutsch
Français
Español
Swedish
Português
Dutch
Polish
Russian
Greek
Menu
Standard prog
Random prog
Cyclic prog
Vacation prog
Prog list
Erase
Override
Options
Options
Language
Time set
Ext input*
Maintenance
Hourmeter
Backlight
Warranty
Program
Standard/Random
Input
- program N°
- channel (dual
channel only)
- day
- time on
HH:MM:SS
- time off
HH:MM:SS
- end/annual
Verify
Edit
Copy
Cancel
Time set
Year
Month
Day
Time HH:MM:SS
Summer/winter
time
Cyclic program
Input
- program N°
- channel (dual
channel only)
- day
- time on
- time off
- end/annual
Verify
Edit
Copy
Cancel
External input
Channel (dual
channel only)
Permanently on/off
Temporary on/off
Timer on/off
Vacation program
Input
- program N°
- channel (dual
channel only)
- time off
- day and month
off
- time on
- day and month
on
Verify
Edit
Copy
Cancel
Maintenance
C1 000000
C2 000000
(dual channel only)
Program list
Verify
Edit
Copy
Cancel
Hourmeter
C1 000000
C2 000000
(dual channel only)
Delete
Single programs
All programs
Holiday programs
Backlight
Permanently on
Permanently off
6 sec timing
Override
Channel (dual
channel only)
Auto
Permanently on/off
Temporary on/off
Warranty
Days 0000
* Excluding SYNCHRO models
Programming menu with programming key
Languages
Italiano
English
Deutsch
Français
Español
Swedish
Português
Dutch
Polish
Russian
Greek
Menu
Standard prog
Random prog
Cyclic prog
Vacation prog
Prog list
Erase
Override
Options
Options
Language
Time set
Ext input*
Maintenance
Hourmeter
Backlight
Warranty
EMD
programming key
Time set
Year
Month
Day
Time HH:MM:SS
Summer/winter
time
* Excluding SYNCHRO models
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Program
Standard/Random
Input
- program N°
- channel (dual
channel only)
- day
- time on
HH:MM:SS
- time off
HH:MM:SS
- end/annual
Verify
Edit
Copy
Delete
Cyclic program
Input
- program N°
- channel (dual
channel only)
- day
- time on
- time off
- end/annual
Verify
Edit
Copy
Delete
External input
Channel
(dual channel only)
Permanently on/off
Temporary on/off
Timer on/off
Vacation program
Input
- program N°
- channel (dual
channel only)
- time off
- day and month
off
- time on
- day and month
on
Verify
Edit
Copy
Delete
Maintenance
C1 000000
C2 000000
(dual channel only)
Hourmeter
C1 000000
C2 000000
(dual channel only)
Program list
Verify
Edit
Copy
Delete
Backlight
Permanently on
Permanently off
6 sec timing
Delete
Single programs
All programs
Holiday programs
Warranty
Days 0000
Override
Channel
(dual channel only)
Auto
Permanently on/off
Temporary on/off
EMD programming
key
Run from EMD
Save on EMD
Copy in clock
Read EMD
Save vacation only
Copy vacation only
Cancel EMD
D Line digital time switches
Keys and display
Display and function keys
0
12
6
18
24
0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
12
18
24
OK
MENU
reset
0
6
12
18
24
0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
OK
MENU
6
reset
MENU
6
D1
1
2
OK
MENU
reset
D2
D1 PLUS,
D1 SYNCHRO
reset
2
D2 PLUS
D1 PLUS
D2
24
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
OK
1
D1
18
12
D2 PLUS,
D2 SYNCHRO
Display
Channel 1/ Channel 2
OFF / Channel off
Manual channel override
ON / Channel on
Random program
Cyclic programs
Vacation program
Keypad locked
Indication of GPS or DCF77 signal reception
Browse up
Selected program N° P01-P64
Browse down
Function keys
Key combination functions
Allows you to access the main menu (from the initial page)
Function
Allows you to quit any setting
Lock/release keys
Key combination
Scrolls up a list
2 seconds
Increases a numerical value or changes a parameter
Press key and hold and the status display of channel 1 will remain
fixed until the key is released (in the normal operating mode)
Scrolls down a list
Decreases a numerical value or changes a parameter
Press key and hold and the status display of channel 2 (dual
channel models) will remain fixed until the key is released (in the
normal operating mode)
Confirms the proposed setting
Resets the device (NOTE: The programs and settings entered
from the outside will not be cancelled)
Temporary manual override
for channels 1 and 2. Press
alternately to switch from TEMP
ON to TEMP OFF
Permanent manual override for
channels 1 and 2. Press for 2
seconds to access the PERM
mode and press alternately to
switch from PERM ON to PERM
OFF
Returns to the AUTO mode
(if any manual override has been
activated)
2 seconds
2 seconds
2 seconds
2 seconds
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D Line digital time switches
Technical specifications
D1
Rated voltage
V
Rated pulse voltage
kV
D1 PLUS
D1 SYNCHRO
D2
D2 PLUS
D2 SYNCHRO
■
■
230 AC + 10%
4
Contact type
Contact relay in free exchange from potential
Programming key
■
External input
■
■
■
■
DCF77 antenna
■
■
GPS antenna
■
Programming software
■
■
■
■
250 V~ contact capacity
Resistive loads
A
16
16
Inductive loads
A
10
2
Rated frequency
Hz
50-60
Time base
quartz
Minimum switching time
sec.
1
Max programs per cycle
n°
64 (can be coupled into day blocks)
Running reserve
External input
years
n°
6 from first start-up (lithium battery)
1
-
Activity suspension
Accuracy
2
sec./
day
0.5 at 25 °C
Max power consumption
VA
Max switching power
VA
3500
Incandescent LP power
W
3000
Non-rephased fluorescent tube
LP power
W
1100
Fluorescent tube LP power
rephased in parallel
W
900
Fluorescent tube LP power with
electronic reactor
W
7 ÷ 23 (max. 23 lamp.)
Fluorescent tube LP power
rephased in series
W
1100
IP
20
Protection degree
Max terminal section
mm²
Terminals
6.5
7.8
6
positive safety loss-proof screws
Installation type
DIN rail
Operating temperature
°C
-5 … +55
Storage temperature
°C
-10 … +65
Modules
n°
2
18
-
from 1 day to 12 months
D DCF77
D GPS
Rated voltage
V
Rated frequency
Hz
Power consumption
W
0.1
2
Operating temperature
°C
-10…+70
-10…+40
Storage temperature
°C
-30…+90
-40…+85
Power consumption
VA
9.2
2
1 transm./ min.
min. 30 transm./hour; max. 50 transm./hour
65
Time of the signal
230 AC ± 20%
50/60
Protection degree
IP
65
Max. number of connected devices
N°
10
10
Max. wiring lenght
m
1000
1000
Terminal section
mm²
Installation
0.5...2.5
0.5...2.5
pole/wall
pole/wall
Maximum pilotable power
Models D1 - D1 PLUS - D1 SYNCHRO - D2 - D2 PLUS - D2 SYNCHRO
3000 W
3000 W
1100 W
900 W (125 μF)
7 W ÷ 23 W (max. 23 lamp.)
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D Line digital time switches
Operating principle
The D2 two-channel digital time switches enable to open and
close circuits according to a daily or weekly program,
controlling single loads or group of loads even when they
require different time controls with a common time reference.
In this example, the digital time switch D2 allows the
operation of heating as well as lighting systems of a church
when services are performed; when no service is performed,
the device only controls the heating system.
Application environments
The D2 two-channel digital time switches are particularly
indicated in environments and situations requiring the
management of multiple loads according to a time program
flexible enough to include or exclude their application based
on the day of the week (offices, schools, public areas, etc.).
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Installation example
AUXILIARIES
L1
As shown in the diagrams, one of the possible applications is
to install the D2 two-channel digital time switch inside the
power supply circuit of a church, where in the days when no
service is performed only the heating system is activated
(programmed ON one of the two channels) at a preset time,
while on Sundays and when services are performed the
lighting system is also switched ON (through a program
on the second channel). According to the controlled system
power, the activation is performed by an ESB contactor.
N
L1
3
4
D2
D2
1
2
LIGHTING
HEATING
AUXILIARIES
L
D2
D2
N
N
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DTS yearly digital time switches
Used for the most
sophisticated programming
configurations, DTS yearly
digital time switches can
control multiple loads or even
groups of independent loads
that require temporallydifferentiated commands but
with a common time reference.
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DTS series yearly digital time switches are available in 3 or 4
channel versions. Used for more sophisticated configurations,
they are able to control multiple loads or even groups of
independent loads that require time-differentiated commands,
but with a common clock reference. An EPROM memory
eliminates the risk of program loss in the event of power
failure, irrespective of its duration.
DTS yearly digital time switches are ideal in large buildings
that have variable needs over the course of the year (public
lighting, heating of public buildings, distribution chains,
shopping centres, etc...).
DTS time switches can be programmed directly from the
user’s PC using the DTS/PRG-SW software, which allows
quick and easy configuration. The program can in fact be
transferred from the PC to a portable memory unit, and then
copied from there to multiple devices, thus avoiding
reprogramming errors.
DTS/PRG-SW software also allows the device to be used as a
conventional astronomical time switch.
By defining the latitude and longitude of the geographical
place of installation, it is possible to automatically control the
switching of circuits based on the time when the sun rises
and sets.
DTS/DCF antenna, used in conjunction with the device,
enables it to be automatically synchronised with the official
DCF77 Frankfurt time signal, broadcast via long wave radio.
The range of the DCF77 signal is about 2500 km from
Frankfurt.
DTS yearly digital time switches
Range specifications
Ease of use
- Wiring diagram laser printed on the side of the product
- Load status display
- 400 memory locations allowing even the most complex
programming configurations to be handled with ease
- Removable front panel allowing you to program the device
while seated comfortably at your desk
- Automatic summer/winter time switch-over
Performance
- Daily, weekly, yearly, vacation, impulsive and cyclic
programming modes
- Astronomical function
- Programming key, DCF77 antenna and programming
software
Safety
- The lithium battery maintains the settings even
in case of power failure
- The EPROM memory prevents program loss during power
failure, regardless of how long it lasts.
- Sealable and loss-proof cover to prevent tampering
by unauthorized persons
DTS7/3Y
DTS7/4Y
230 AC +10%/-15%
Rated voltage Un
Contact type
3NO/NC
4NO/NC
Contact capacity
Resistive loads
A
16
Inductive loads
A
2.5
Rated frequency
Hz
Time reference
Minimum ON/OFF switching
min
Max. operations per cycle
1 sec…99 min
years
Operating accuracy
Power consumption
1
400
Pulse duration
Running reserve
50/60
quartz
6
±1 sec/day
W
Terminals
5
with captive screws
Type of installation
DIN rail
Protection degree
IP
20
Operating temperature
°C
-25…+55
Can be sealed
Modules
Reference Standards
■
6
EN 60730-1, IEC 730-1, CEI 107-70, VDE0633
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DTS yearly digital time switches
Command devices and display
Commands
up to,
for date
fiel d
set standar d/
daylight
saving time
I/O
Day
Month
h
m
select:
day
month
year
hours
minutes
minutes/seconds and
pulse/cycle function
Year
1
I/O
+1 h
m/s
2
Manual switch
I/O
IR
3
cancel
Clear
I/O
IR transmit / receive
4
Reset
Reset
Day
1
2
3
Select days
of the week:
1 = monday
2 = tuesday
3 = ...
4
5
6
Prog.
Prior .
priority
7
select
pulse
select
cycle
set current
date, time
start
programming
Display
Month (US: day)
Pulse (seconds)
Cycle (seconds)
Day (US: month)
Pulse (minutes)
Cycle (minutes)
Channel 1
Channel 2
Channel 3
Channel 4
Fix
Prog
Fix
Fix
+1h
min date
sec
Year
Block number
Priority
Summer time / winter time switchover
Automatic operation
DCF 77 radio signal reception
Pulse
Fix
Continuous operation
Manual operation
Automatic operation
Switching status
24
PM
Cycle
1234567 = day of the week
12h/24h time display
Minutes
Hours
Year
DTS yearly digital time switches
DTS/PRG-SW: easy to install
1) Install the DTS/PRG-SW software in your PC. You need a
486 processor or higher, with Windows 95/98/2000/NT/XP
and at least 4 MB vacant disk space.
2) Connect one end of the serial cable to the serial port of the
PC and the other end to the flash drive
3) Using the DTS/PRG-SW software, copy the yearly program
in the flash drive
4) Disconnect the flash drive and insert it into the infrared slot
in the device
5) Copy the program from the flash drive to the device.
1
At this point, the flash drive can be removed from the device
and the procedure repeated in another device. In addition to
pasting programs onto multiple devices, you can also copy a
program from the device into the flash drive.
2 and 3
4 and 5
Removable control panel
The removable control panel allows the device
to be conveniently programmed at the desk.
6
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DTS yearly digital time switches
DTS/PRG-SW programming
The DTS/PRG-SW software allows you to easily program an
annual cycle, which can then be transferred to the DTS7/3Y
and DTS7/4Y digital timers.
Programming in just a few easy steps
Part one:
- Select the application
- Choose the number of contacts
- Select the contact symbol
- Choose the name
- Enter the rated power
Part two:
- Define the program
- Choose the number of contacts
- Define the switching time
- Enter the type of switching required (ON-OFF, PULSE or CYCLE)
- Add any further information required
DTS/PRG-SW software can also be used for configuring the
astronomical functions, viewing a clear graphical representation
of the entire annual program with access to the individual days,
as well as for printing a summary of the program to be kept
for reference near the device or filed.
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Astronomical functions
Using the DTS/PRG-SW software, the DTS7/3Y and DTS7/4Y
timers can be configured to control one or more contacts
according to the sunrise and sunset times of each day
of the year, thus replacing the functions of a conventional
twilight switch.
The device will start to operate once the date, time and the
latitude and longitude values of the place of installation have
been entered
Graphical representations
You can obtain an easily interpreted representation of the
annual program and the selected days of the week.
The active parts are highlighted in different colours,
as can be seen in the figure.
The astronomical functions are ideal when:
- the distance between the sensor and the twilight switch is
more than 100 m, or when the sensor cannot be installed
(panels installed inside buildings)
- the sensor cannot be installed away from light sources
(amusement parks, camp sites, etc.)
- the sensor cannot be installed because it could be subject to
interference due to pollution, dirt or vandalism
Program summary
Once the program has been defined, you can print out a
summary to keep as a reference. The program printout
shows the following details:
- Number of switching operations
- Duration of ON and OFF operations
- Pulse duration
- Cycle duration
- Consumption in kWh (requires entry of the correct load
values)
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DTS yearly digital time switches
Operating principle
As shown in the diagrams, one of the possible applications is
to mount the D2 two-channel digital time switch inside the
power supply circuit of a church, where in the days when no
service is performed only the heating system is activated
(programmed on one of the two channels) at a preset time,
while on Sundays and when services are performed the
lighting system is also switched on (through a program on the
second channel). According to the controlled system power,
the activation is performed by an ESB contactor.
Application environments
The installation of a DTS annual digital timer switch is
especially suited for schools, hospitals, train stations, airports,
industrial factories, public buildings, malls, etc. where the
perfect operations of all devices are required at a set time.
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Installation example
AUSILIARI
L1
As shown in the diagrams, one of the possible applications is
the installation of a DTS7/4Y 4-channel annual digital timer
switch in an mall power circuit where lighting, heating and
escalators run from morning till night on work days with the
periodic activation of a siren at closing hours. The ample
clock memory space allows you to automate the system for
the entire year, setting all holidays when loads are left off and
thus saving energy and avoiding the risks of error in
reprogramming. Combination with a DTS/DCF antenna also
allows you to keep the clock constantly synchronised with the
precise time, avoiding any time changes.
N
L1
DCF77
4
7
DTS7/4Y
10
DTS7/4Y
13
DTS7/4Y
3
6
9
SIREN
START
EXCALATOR
START
LIGHTING
DTS7/4Y
12
AUXILIARIES
DTS7/4Y
Antenna DCF77
+ 15
in
– 16
out
+
–
1
DTS7/4Y
17
18
2
N
HEATING
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E 232 staircase lighting time-delay
switches with switch-off warning
ABB’s E 232 staircase lighting
switches comprise electromechanical and electronic
versions, with 3 or 4-wire
wiring. These devices are ideal
for timed management of lights
in passageways (corridors,
staircases, entrances, etc.).
Staircase lighting time-delay switches are generally
controlled by pushbuttons equipped with glow lamps.
Designed for a glow lamp current up to 150mA, they can be
used in buildings with several floors.
The E 232 staircase lighting switch is equipped with an
electro-mechanical timer with a synchronous motor drive
that guarantees highly reliable operation in whatever position
it is installed. The switch-off time can be regulated from 1 to 7
minutes at intervals of 15 seconds and is resettable after 30
seconds.
The E 232E staircase lighting switch has an electronic timing
function. The most important features of the device are: a high
switching capacity; 150 mA filament lamp current parallel to
the pushbuttons; switch-off time adjustable from 0.5 to 20
minutes; simple use; the new, extremely silent, precise and
reliable electronic motor. The electronics allow the device to
automatically recognize 3-wire systems from 4-wire ones
without the need for manual settings.
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E 232E-8/230 devices feature an additional, separate control
input with an universal voltage of 8 to 230 V AC/DC.
The “Multi 10” versions also feature the integrated alarm
function (2 flashing alarm signals) in accordance with
DIN 18015-2 standards and a rotary selector on the front with
10 functions to choose from, divided into 4 types: timed relay
mode, latching relay mode, timed latching relay mode and
permanently on mode.
The E 232-HLM accessory, which can be used in conjunction
with the E 232-230, E 232E-230N and E 232E-8/230N series,
allows a switch-off warning device to be activated. This dims
the light intensity by 50% once the time setting of the staircase
lighting switch has elapsed: the adjustable time range is 20 to
60 seconds.
Technical specifications
- Silent: thanks to the new electronic relay
- Practical: automatically recognizes 3 or 4-wire systems
- Powerful: switching capacity up to 3,600 VA lamp load
thanks to the pioneering type of switching mode, and
powers up to 150mA glow lampcurrent of lighten
pushbuttons thanks to the pioneering type of switching
mode, and powers up to 150 mA of lighted pushbuttons
- Flexible: 0.5 to 20 minute adjustable switch-off time
- Versatile: 8 to 230 V multivoltage auxiliary input
Further advantages of the
new Multi 10 version
- Universal: four different functions, for every requirement
- Programmable: ten different operating modes
- Complete: with integrated switch-off warning
Second
First warning
10
warning
double flash seconds double flash
0.5 - 20 minute
time setting
30
seconds
The additional switch-off warning can be added to the main modes of the Multi 10 versions.
% lighting
100
Resettable
E 232-230
E 232E-230N
E 232E-8/230N
50
E 232-HLM
ON
Time t
0
Es: 1 - 12 min
20...60 sec.
OFF
This function prevents the staircase
light from switching off and leaving
the user suddenly in the dark, when
he’s halfway up the stairs. The
function is displayed by a double
flash of the lights, in accordance
with DIN 18015-2 standards and is
compatible with halogen or
filament lamps.
The switch-off warning function
can only be obtained for the other
versions in conjunction with the
E 232-HLM automatic staircase
lighting switch. This device allows
the lights to switch on for 60
minutes for causes due to stair
maintenance for example, and is
obtained by pressing and holding
(> 2 seconds) the staircase light
button. The function can be
activated with the selector on the
front of the device.
Switch-off warning function of an E 232-HLM staircase lighting switch in conjunction with a timer
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E 232 staircase lighting time-delay
switches with switch-off warning
The “Multi 10” version also features the integrated
alarm function (2 flashing alarm signals) in accordance
with DIN 18015-2 standards and a rotary selector on
the front with 10 functions to choose from, divided into
4 types, depending on the user’s requirements:
timed relay mode, latching relay mode, timed latching
relay mode and permanently on mode.
Timed relay mode
(positions 1 to 4)
t
Latching relay mode
(position 5)
t
Timed latching relay mode
(positions 6 to 9)
Permanently on mode
(position 10)
Timed relay mode (positions 1 to 4)
This mode allows the user to turn on the lights by briefly
pressing one of the staircase light buttons. The light remains
on until the automatic switch-off time setting has elapsed (the
device goes back to counting from 0 if a staircase light button
is pressed while the lights are on).
- Automatic staircase light switch
- Lighting time reset by pressing keys again
1
t
ON
0.5 ... 20 min
OFF
- Automatic staircase light switch
- Lighting time reset by pressing keys again
- Switch-off warning
2
+
0.5 ... 20 min
3
10 s
< 2s
30 s
ON
OFF
> 2s
- Automatic staircase light switch
- Lighting time reset by pressing keys again
- 60-minute switch-on by pressing keys and
holding down > 25
> 2s
+1h
0.5 ... 20 min
4
+1h
+
ON
1h
< 2s
OFF
> 2s
0. 5 . .. 20 min
10 s
30 s
-
> 2s
1h
10 s
30 s
ON
Automatic staircase light switch
Lighting time reset by pressing keys again
Switch-off warning
60-minute switch-on by pressing keys and
holding down > 25
OFF
Latching relay mode (position 5)
This mode allows the user to turn on the lights by briefly
pressing one of the staircase light buttons. The light remains
on until the buttons are pressed again.
- Latching relay
5
ON
OFF
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Timed latching relay mode
(Positions 6 to 9)
This mode allows the user to turn on the lights by briefly
pressing one of the staircase light buttons. The light remains
on until the set time has elapsed or the staircase light buttons
are pressed again.
- Timed latching relay
- Switch-off in advance by pressing the keys
6
t
ON
0.5 ... 20 min
OFF
- Timed latching relay
- Switch-off in advance by pressing the keys
- Switch-off warning
7
+
0.5 ... 20 min
8
< 2s
+1h
9
< 2s
30 s
OFF
- Timed latching relay
- Switch-off in advance by pressing the keys
- 60-minute switch-on by pressing keys and
holding down > 25
> 2s
ON
1h
< 2s
0. 5 . . . 20 min
ON
> 2s
0.5 ... 20 min
< 2s
+1h
+
10 s
OFF
> 2s
10 s
30 s
-
> 2s
1h
10 s
30 s
ON
Timed latching relay
Switch-off in advance by pressing the keys
Switch-off warning
60-minute switch-on by pressing keys and
holding down > 25
OFF
Permanently on mode (position 10)
The lights remain continuously on when the selector is set to
position 10.
- Continuous light
10
PERM
Permanent ON
ON
OFF
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E 232 staircase lighting time-delay
switches with switch-off warning
Technical specifications
E 232-230
E 232-HLM
E 232E-230N
E 232E-8/230N
E 232E-230
Multi 10
E 232E-8/230
Multi 10
electronic
electronic
electronic
electronic
from 0.5 to 20
stepless
from 0.5 to 20
stepless
from 0.5 to 20
stepless
from 0.5 to 20
stepless
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
■
electro-
electro-
mechanical
mechanical
1-7
20…60
sec
Connection in series available
■
■
Steady-light switch
■
Type
Time range
min
Automatic recognition of 3/4-wire systems
Switch-off warning (after flashing)
■
■
30 sec. to 20 min adjustment
■
■
■
60 min long-time range
■
■
Switching on zero crossing of voltage
■
■
immediate
Switch-off warning (50% dimming)
Count reset by pressing buttons
after 30 sec.
no
immediate
immediate
immediate
■
■
■
■
■
■
Hz
50
50…60
50…60
50…60
50…60
50…60
230 V AC control voltage
Rated frequency
Power consumption
Additional universal voltage
Glow lamp current
Contact capacity
VA
1
6
6
6
6
6
V AC/DC
-
-
-
8…230
-
8…230
mA
max. 50
-
max. 150
max. 150
max. 150
max. 150
A
Rated switching capacity
16A/230V AC
10A/230V AC
16A/230V AC
16A/230V AC
16A/230V AC
16A/230V AC
Filament lamp load
W
2300
2300
2300
2300
3600
3600
Halogen lamp load
W
2300
2300
2300
2300
3600
3600
not compensated
VA
2300
not permitted
2300
2300
3600
3600
compensated in series
VA
2300
not permitted
2300
2300
3600
3600
compensated in parallel
VA
1300
not permitted
400
400
1200
1200
duo circuit
VA
2300
not permitted
2300
2300
3600
3600
Fluorescent lamps with electronic reactor
VA
300
not permitted
300
300
1000
1000
not permitted
Fluorescent lamp with capacitive reactor
Energy-efficient fluorescent lamps
with capacitive reactor
VA
1,500
with electronic reactor
n°/W
9x7, 6x11,
1,500
1,500
1,500
1,500
9x7, 7x11,
9x7, 7x11,
34x7, 27x11,
24x15, 22x23
Ag Sn O2
7x20, 7x23
7x20, 7x23
34x7, 27x11,
24x15, 22x23
Ag Sn O2
Ag Sn O2
Ag Sn O2
Ag Sn O2
Ag Sn O2
mm
≥3
<3
<3
<3
<3
<3
Mechanical life
n°
> 106
> 107
> 107
> 107
> 107
> 107
Electrical life at rated load cos = 1
n°
> 105
> 105
2 x 105
2 x 105
2 x 105
2 x 105
n°
104
104
104
104
104
4x104
not permitted
5x15, 5x20
Contact material
Contact gap
Electrical life at rated load cos = 0.6
Contact type
>
>
4x
4x
4x
1 NO
1 NO
1 NO
1 NO
1 NO
1 NO
Terminal section
mm²
10
13
13
13
13
13
Max cable section
mm²
6
6
6
6
6
6
Min cable section
mm²
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
resettable after
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
Reset interval
30 seconds
Housing material
Ambient temperature
heat-resistant, self-extinguishing, flame-retardant thermoplastic material
-10…+50
-10…+50
-25…+50
-25…+50
-25…+50
-25…+50
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
Insulation class after installation
II
II
II
II
II
II
Modules
1
1
1
1
1
1
Marking
VDE
VDE
VDE
VDE
VDE
VDE
Protection degree
Mounting
34
°C
on DIN rail
E 232 staircase lighting time-delay
switches with switch-off warning
Operating principle
Activated by a pulse command via a pushbutton,
the E 232 staircase light switch turns on the installation’s
lights for a time T1. In order to avoid an unexpected darkness
the Multi10 devices are equiped with a switch-off warning
(double flash). For the standard devices this functionality can
be realized with the half light module HLM in parallel, dimming
the light by 50%.
Application environments
Installation of the E 232 staircase lighting with switch-off
warning functionality is ideal wherever the lighting must be
timed and unexpected darkness must be avoided (staircases
and passageways in public places, cellars, garages, etc.).
Installation example
As illustrated, one among the possible applications concern
installation of the E 232 staircase switch, coupled to a HLM
half-light module, in the staircase lighting plant of a multistory
building. Pushing the push-button, the timer of the E 232
switch turns on the lights for a settable T1 time. At the end of
T1 time, the HLM half-light module dims the light by a 50% for
a T2 time in the while is possible turn on again the full lighting.
AUXILIARIES
L1
L1
N
3
3
T
4
HLM
2
AUXILIARIES
E 232-230
E 232 HLM
A1
E 232-230
T
A2
N
PUSHBUTTON LOCATING
INDICATORS
LIGHTING
LOAD
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TW twilight switches
TW twilight switches command
lighting circuits according
to the sheduled level of the
ambient light detected by
a dedicated sensor.
Since they are energy-efficient,
they are particularly useful
in public places (gardens,
parking lots, entrances,
courtyards, etc.).
These twilight switches allow to switch on and switch off
lighting devices according to a scheduled level of the ambient
light. They are used in combination with a sensor to detect if
the ambient light is higher or lower than the set level. A
switching delay prevents them from operating unnecessarily
when the light intensity suddenly changes (e.g. lightning,
moving vehicles, etc.).
The TW1 twilight switch in 1 channel is preset a 10 LUX from
factory and is equipped with 2 signalling LEDs that indicate
the setpoint value and display the status of the contact. The
operating instructions are printed on the side of the product.
TW2/10K switches feature a setpoint that can be adjusted
for 3 different scale values (2:100, 2:1,000, 2:10,000).
This makes them ideal for daytime applications where the
Lux values are very high. With a 10 lux preset factory setting,
they are equipped with 2 signalling LEDs that indicate the
setpoint value and display the status of the contact.
Astronomical switches TWA-1 and TWA-2 with 1 and 2
channels respectively, automatically command lighting circuits
according to the time the sun rises and sets. The switches
are programmed by defining the longitude and latitude of the
geographical area in which they are installed. These devices
are especially suitable when use of a twilight switch with
external sensor is inadvisable since it could be liable to faults
caused by atmospheric pollution, excessive luminosity,
or vandalism.
The LS-SP external sensor with housing in thermoplastic
material is UV-resistant in its upper part so as to ensure
a more uniform diffusion of the light inside.
TWP switches are pre-engineered for installation on poles or
walls. They have an integrated internal light-sensitive element,
are provided with a 10 lux factory presetting and are ideal
for installation in outdoor and street lighting systems.
They are equipped with waterproof cable clamps,
operating instructions printed on the rear of the product
and withdrawable sensor that maintains the wiring and
ensures fast, safe and error-free servicing work.
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Why are the switches given a 10 lux factory presetting?
Public lighting provides an essential function in social life
and for public administrations, is an obligatory outlay without
a direct return on the investment.
This means that both cost and management must be optimized
while guaranteeing an efficient service. Thanks to the 10 lux
factory setting, a standard value for street lighting, ABB’s twilight
switches are ready for immediate installation in public lighting
systems and need no adjustment.
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TW twilight switches
Technical specifications
TW1
Rated voltage
V AC
Contact type
TW2/10K
TWA-1
1 NO/NC
1 NO/NC
230
TWA-2
TWP
2 NO/NC
1 NO polarized
230 ± 15%
1 NO
230
Contact capacity
Resistive loads
A
Inductive loads cos 0.6
A
16
3
10
3
Filament lamps
cos 1
max. 960 W
max. 1080 W
–
–
max. 960 W
Fluorescent lamps
cos 0.8
max. 720 W
max. 720 W
–
–
max. 720 W
Fluor.duo/electronic lamps
cos 0.9
max. 200 W
max. 200 W
–
–
max. 200 W
Frequency
Hz
50-60
Switching delay
on switch-on
s
8 ± 10%
–
–
25 ± 10%
on switch-off
s
38±10%
–
–
25 ± 10%
–
–
2:200
–
IP65
Adjustment range
lux
2:100
2:100
2:1.000
2:10.000
Time reference
quartz
Minimum switching time
min
1
Max. operations per cycle
56
Running reserve
years
5
Operating accuracy
± 1.5 sec/24h
Astronomical time precision
Protection degree
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
min
± 10
switch
IP20
sensor
IP65
switch
°C
sensor
°C
switch
°C
sensor
°C
0…+55
–
0…+55
-10…+65
W
3500
4.5
mm²
2.5
-30…+50
–
7.5
4000
3500
1...6
2.5
screw type
on DIN rail
Switching status indication/
brightness range
red/green led
m
100
1
EN 60669-1; EN 60669-2-1
-30…+50
6
with captive screws
Type of installation
38
-20…+60
–
2.5
Terminals
Reference Standards
-30…+50
-30…+50
-40...+75
Max switching power
Modules
-10…+55
-10…+65
VA
Max wiring length
IP65
-30...+65
Power consumption
Max section of cables at terminals
IP20
on pole
–
–
–
–
2
NFC 15 100; IEC 60 634-1
-/ red led
–
–
EN 60669-1;
EN 60669-2-1
TW twilight switches
Operating principle
TW1 and TW2/10K
Lux
~10 sec
3 5
Setpoint
t
Red Led of contact
OFF
OFF
ON
Green Led of setpoint
OFF
ON
ON
TWP
Threshold adjustment
Assembly diagram
TWA-1 and TWA-2
TWA-1
TWA-2
&Y3PNF
North
Longitude
North
Latitude
Latitude ¡/035)
UDT
+
C1
Longitude ¡&"45
enwich merid
Gre
ian
+
Lo
La
Universal Date
Time = +1 hour
+1
C2
NOR
TH
90°
T
180°
WEST
enter
menu
2
H
menu
T EAST
UT
enter
Equator
0°
SO
0°
T = Longitude 60° East
4
3
1
T = Latitude 45° North
90°
South
South
Lo
135
120
105
90
75
60
-9
-8
-7
-6
-5
-4
45
30
-3
-2
15
0
-1
0
OCEAN
15
30
45
+1
+2
+3
60
75
+4
+5
90
105
FRANZ JOSEF
LAND
Greenland
75
Itseqqortoomiit
(Scoresbysund)
Wrangel
Island
FRANCE
PORTUGAL
UKRAINE
MOLDOVA
SLO.
BOS.& SER. &
HER.
MONT.
ALB.
(PORT.)
T
Casablanca
TUNISIA
MEXICO
U.S..
HAWAIIN
BELIZE
GUATEMALA
EL SALVADOR
L
Caribbean Sea
GUINEA-BISSAU
TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO
PANAMA
NIGERIA
Lagos
EQUATORIAL GUINEA
GALAPAGOS
ISLANDS
ECUADOR
AN
DS
-9 1/2
-4
SOUTH
(INDIA)
+5
Easter Island
OCEAN
(CHILE)
-3
subtract 24 hours
+10
SOUTH
AFRICA
I N D O N E S I A
(U.K.)
0
EAST
TIMOR
PAPUA
NEW GUINEA
- 10
RAWAKI
(PHOENIX
ISLANDS)
-12
(N.Z.)
-10
SAMOA
15
AUSTRALIA
OCEAN
SWAZILAND
TONGA
-11
Norffolk Island
(AUSTL.)
111/2
+ 9 1/2
KERMADEC
ISLANDS
Perth
(N.Z.)
Lord Howe
Island
(AUST.)
+ 10 1/2
Great Australian
Bight
(St. Helena)
Tasman
Sea
Gough Island
French
r
Southern and Antarctic Lands
Tasmania
NEW
ZEALAND
(FRANCE)
PRINCE EDWARD
ISLANDS
Falkland Islands
(SOUTH AFRICA)
(Islas Malvinas)
(administered by U.K.
claimed by ARGENTINA)
-8
-7
-6
-5
-4
WEST
Tokelau
FIJI
VANUATU
New
Caledonia
(FRANCE)
(St. Helena)
1000 Miles
-9
0
K I R I B A T I
SOLOMON
ISLANDS
Coral
Sea
(AUSTL.)
TRISTAN DA CUNHA
30
45
CHATHAM
ISLANDS
ILES CROZET
+5
(N.Z.)
(Fr.
r. S and Ant. Lands)
+12 3/4
ILES KERGUELEN
r. S and Ant. Lands)
(Fr.
South Georgia and the
South Sandwich Islands
+5
(administered by U.K.
claimed by ARGENTINA)
-11
KIRIBATI
(GILBERT
ISLANDS)
TUVALU
Coral Sea
Islands
Alice Springs
LESOTHO
1000 Kilometers
500
+ 12
(AUSTL.)
INDIAN
Buenos Aires
ARGENTINA
A
CHILE
500
MARSHALL
ISLANDS
+ 61/2
Miller Cylindrical Projection
0
15
(U.S.)
MAURITIUS
Reunion
(FRANCE)
+3
(U.K.)
-10
add 24 hours
Guam
Sydney
Scale 1:85,000,000 at 0°
45
Westward across Date Line
(U.S.)
+11
Cocos
(Keeling) Islands
Johnston
Atoll
(U.S.)
Northern
Mariana
Islands
FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA
PALAU
URUGUAY
(CHILE)
La
30
Eastward across Date Line
Philippine
Sea
M A L A Y S I A
British Indian
Ocean Territory
MOZAMBIQUE
Mozambique
Channel
MADAGASCAR
St. Helena
30
U
PHILIPPINES
NAURU
+6
45
N)
SINGAPORE
COMOROS
ZIMBABWE
S
PA
South China
Sea
BRUNEI
SRI
LANKA
MALDIVES
D
I S L AN
(JA
Manila
VIETNAM
CAMBODIA
+ 51/2
NICOBAR
ISLANDS
KENYA
MALAWI
ZAMBIA
BOTSWANA
ATLANTIC
+6
Y
Hong Kong S.A.R.
Macau S.A.R
LAOS
THAILAND
ISLANDS
(INDIA)
TANZANIA
ANGOLA
(St. Helena)
NAMIBIA
S„o Paulo
Bay of
Bengal
ANDAMAN
LAKSHADWEEP
K
Nairobi
St. Helena
SOUTH
PARAGUAY
(U.K)
RY
BURMA
+ 6 1/2
+ 5 1/2
Mumbai
(Bombay)
BURUNDI
Ascension (St. Helena)
Brasilia
BOLIVIA
(FRANCE)
ARCHIPI…LAGO
JUAN FERN¡ NDEZ
Arabian
Sea
(YEMEN)
OCEAN
RWANDA
DEM. REP.
OF THE CONGO
BRAZIL
Lima
PACIFIC
OCEAN
Socotra
SEYCHELLES
PERU
(French Polynesia)
P o l y n e s i a
Annobon
BANGLADESH
Kolkata (Calcutta)
INDIA
OMAN
+4
SOMALIA
Kinshasa
-5
- 12
ILES MARQUISES
Manaus
+9
BHUTAN
+ 53/4
NORTH
PACIFIC
Tokyo
Shanghai
(INDIA)
Kisangani UGANDA
REP. OF
GABON THE
CONGO
NEPAL
PAKISTAN
YEMEN
DJIBOUTI
CAMEROON
(EQ. GUI.)
(ECUADOR)
F r e n c h
SAO TOME
AND PRINCIPE
occupied by the SOVIET UNION in 1945
administered by RUSSIA, claimed by JAPAN
JAPAN
SOUTH
KOREA
+8
UT I A N
DS
AN
ISL
Sea of
Japan
NORTH
KOREA
C H I N A
+5
ETHIOPIA
CENTRAL
AFRICAN REPUBLIC
Gulf of Guinea
-10
(N.Z.)
(FRANCE)
SURINAME
COLOMBIA
SUDAN
+2
+1
BENIN
TOGO
GHANA
Beijing
Persian
Gulf
A LE
RIL
KU
KYRGYSTAN
TAJIKISTAN
+ 41/2
- 10
U.S.
PetropavlovskKamchatskiy
Sakhalin
AFGHANISTAN
QATAR
UNITED ARAB
EMIRATES
SAUDI
ARABIA
+3
ERITREA
CHAD
BURKINA
FASO
C‘ TE
D'IVOIRE
LIBERIA
French Guiana
Cook Islands
Red
Sea
0
GUINEA
SIERRA LEONE
VENEZUELA
GUYANA
K I R I B A T I
KUWAIT
60
Bering Sea
BAHRAIN
EGYPT
NIGER
MALI
SENEGAL
THE GAMBIA
NICARAGUA
-9
Magadan
Sea
of
Okhotsk
MONGOLIA
UZBEKISTAN
TURKMENISTAN
I R A N
+ 31/2
IRAQ
JORDAN
MAURITANIA
CAPE VERDE
JAMAICA
HONDURAS
COSTA
RICA
0
LIBYA
Western
Sahara
HAITI DOMINICAN
REPUBLIC
- 10
+ 10
+ 10
Tehran
SYRIA
LEB.
CUBA
Mexico
ISLANDS
15
ARMENIA
TURKEY
ISRAEL
Cairo
ALGERIA
A Yakutsk
Vladivostok
Caspian
Sea
AZERBAIJAN
GEORGIA
.
Istanbul
CYPRUS
Mediterranean Sea
MOROCCO
(SPAIN)
THE
BAHAMAS
I
KAZAKHSTAN
+6
Aral
Sea
Black Sea
BULGARIA
.
Y.R.O.M.
GREECE
MALTA
MADEIRA
ISLANDS
S
Novosibirsk
Lake Baikal
ROMANIA
CRO.
-1
OCEAN
CANARY ISLANDS
Gulf of
Mexico
15
HUNG.
SPAIN
AZORES
(PORT.)
Bermuda
(U.K.)
S
+8
Omsk
Astana
CZ. REP
.
SLOV..
Rome
NORTH
ATLANTIC
-5
Dallas
U
+7
Perm'
+4
AUS.
SWITZ
ITALY
New York
STATES
-6
-7
+4
Izhevsk
Samara
International Date Line
UNITED
OCEAN
Pitcairn Islands
+ and - : navigation or setting of values.
(TWA-1)
, C2
(TWA-2) : in auto mode, selection of overrides,
C1
or waivers.
BEL.
(FRANCE)
Chicago
Denver
-8
+3
Moscow
LITH.
BELARUS
LUX.
St. Pierre
and Miquelon
Toronto
RUS.
POLAND
GERMANY
Paris
30
+5
St. Petersburg
LAT.
DENMARK
NETH.
- 31/2
QuÈbec
45
R
FINLAND
EST.
KINGDOM
London
ND
SWEDEN
NORWAY
North
Sea
UNITED
IRELAND
Island of
Newfoundland
Winnipeg
Los Angeles
Chukchi
Sea
+ 12
LA
Nuuk (GodthÂb)
Labrador
Sea
-4
NORTH
East Siberian Sea
+11
+9
Hudson
Bay
C A N A D A
- 11
75
NOVAYA
ZEMLYA
0
Edmonton
PACIFIC
- 12
(NORWAY)
ICELAND
IS
Denmark
Strait
U
Dawson
180
+ 12
Norwegian
Davis
Strait
Iqaluit
(Frobisher Bay)
Anchorage
60
E ISL
selection of operating mode.
mode of running according to the program selected.
new for programming mode.
modif to modify an existing program.
checking of the program.
modification of time, date and selection of
the winter/summer timechange mode
: astronomical mode.
: indicates that the channel is in astronomical mode.
165
+ 11
Sea
-6
LIN
astro
-9
:
:
:
:
:
:
150
+ 10
OCEAN
NEW SIBERIAN ISLANDS
Jan Mayen
-5
menu
auto
prog
prog
+3
Barents Sea
-1
-3
-7
Repulse Bay
U.S.
+9
ARCTIC
Kara Sea
Laptev Sea
(DENMARK)
Baffin
Bay
Beaufort Sea
Keys
135
+8
SEVERNAYA
ZEMLYA
(NORWAY)
Greenland
Sea
0
-4
120
+7
+6
Svalbard
Qaanaaq
(Thule)
-6
-3
-2
NORTH
150
- 10
ARCTIC
International Date Line
-11
SOUTH
165
S
DT-VK
Universal DayTime (UDT)
-1
0
+1
+2
+3
Add time zone number to UDT yo obtain local time
Subtract time zone number from UDT to obtain local time.
+4
+5
+6
+7
+8
+9
+10
+ 11
+ 12
- 12
-11
EAST
UDT
enter
: to validate flashing information on display.
: to return to the previous step.
Programming
Programming parameters
39
TW twilight switches
Operating principle
The diagram is an example of a TWI twilight device installed in
a mall lighting system. When outdoor light drops under a
certain level (for example, in the evening store closing hours),
the device turns on window and sign lights. Lights can be
turned off during the night to rationalise consumption thanks
to the AT1 timer switch.
Application environments
The installation of a TW1 twilight switch with AT
electromechanical timer switch is especially suited for
environments and situations in which energy consumption
rationalisation is required (stores, office and public walkways,
car parks, parks, etc.).
40
Installation example
AUXILIARIES
L1
As shown in the diagrams, one of the possible applications
consists in the installation of a TW1 twilight switch in a mall
lighting system. When outdoor light drops under a certain
level (for example, in the evening store closing hours), the
twilight switch turns on window and sign lights. Lights can be
turned of during the night thanks to the AT1 timer switch
which keeps the circuit open until the next morning. When
outdoor lighting returns over the limit, the twilight relay returns
to the open position.
N
L1
sensor
3
1
AT1
4
AUXILIARIES
TW1
TW1
3
AT1
L
TW1
N
N
LIGHTING
41
TW twilight switches
Operating principle
Installation of a twilight astronomical switch in a system is
particularly useful in places and situations where light sources
or other environmental conditions may cause changes in the
Lux level. In these cases, TWA-1 and TWA-2 enable control of
the lighting system depending on the time when the sun rises
and sets, based on the geographic location where they are
installed.
Application environments
The TWA-1 and TWA-2 twilight astronomical switches are
particularly suitable for use in applications where the
operation of a twilight switch with external sensor is
potentially subject to alteration or damage from external
agents (e.g. smog, overexposure to light, vandalism etc.).
42
Installation example
AUXILIARIES
L1
One cause of reductions in the level of ambient light is
atmospheric smog. Particle deposits on the external sensor of
a traditional twilight switch can over time compromise its
operation, preventing the activation of the lighting systems
controlled. As illustrated in the diagrams, it is possible to
counter this type of problem by installing a TWA twilight
astronomical switch, which controls the lighting based on the
ambient light level calculated from the preset longitude and
latitude parameters.
N
L1
6
TWA-1
8
AUXILIARIES
TWA-1
3
TWA-1
1
N
LIGHTING
43
TWP twilight switches
Operating principle
This diagram is an example of the installation of a pole
mounting TWP twilight switch in a highways lighting plant.
When the daylight dims below a set level, i.e. below 10 lux,
the device turns on the lighting devices in tunnels, service
areas, access road, etc. TWP will turn off the lights when
morning daylight raise above 10 lux.
Application environments
The pole mounting TWP twilight switch installation can be
ideal to light command in public roadways thanks to its
capability of installation in pole, lamppost, etc.
44
Installation example
As illustrated in the diagram, one among the possible
applications concern the installation of a pole mounting TWP
twilight switch in a highway lighting plant. When daylight dims
below a set level (e.g. during twilight) the switch turns on the
lighting devices, assuring the requested lighting. At dawn,
when the light raise above the set threshold, the relays of
TWP returns in open position.
L1
AUXILIARIES
L1
N
AUXILIARIES
TWP
L
TWP
N
N
LIGHTING
45
THS modular thermostats
THS series thermostats are
able to control a wide range
of refrigeration and heating
applications.
The THS-C and THS-W models, both equipped with a
potential-free switching contact, represent the optimum
solution for regulating the temperature in heating systems
and industrial applications and for controlling the temperature
in refrigerated counters, greenhouses, dryers or tilting
isothermal portals.
THS-1 and THS-4 sensors, which can be used in conjunction
with the THS-C and THS-W thermostats, function within
a -30 °C and +130 °C temperature range.
The THS-S model, with two potential-free independent
contacts and equipped with a remote sensor included
in the package, is indicated for controlling the temperature
of switchboards, providing a cooling adjustment in the
range +20°C to +60°C and anticondensation function
in the range 0°C to +10°C.
Did you know that controlling the temperature in switchboards
with the new THS-S thermostat is now simpler?
Unlike conventional models designed for installation on walls
or panels, the THS-S modular thermostat is better able to
control the temperature in switchboards since it is mounted
on a DIN-rail, which needs no fastening accessories, and thanks
to the capacity of the relay that allows it to control over 3 kW
of heating elements without the use of external contactors.
46
THS modular thermostats
Range specifications
Ease of use
The possibility of setting one or two temperature setpoints on
the front of the device and adjusting them without having to
use any tools simplifies the configuration procedure. The
instructions and diagrams are shown on the side of the
product to ensure that the necessary information is always
readily available when needed.
Visibility
Two indicator LEDs enable you to check the operation of the
device at a glance: the yellow LED signals a sensor shortcircuit and the green LED indicates the state of the contact.
Accuracy
The tiny temperature difference ensures the temperature set is
maintained with great accuracy.
Safety
The lead-sealable and undetachable glass cover ensures
maximum protection against tampering by unauthorized staff.
Compact size
Since it is so small in size, just two DIN modules, the THS
thermostat can be used in a number of applications, even
where space is a critical factor.
THS-C
Rated voltage
THS-W
V
THS-S
230 AC
Contact type
1 NO/NC
2 NO
Contact capacity
Resistive loads
A
Inductive loads
A
3
Frequency
Hz
50-60
16
Number of temperature setpoints
Adjustment range
1 continuously adjustable
°C
Max switching power
W
Differential
°C
-20...+40
2
1 °K/15 minutes
Type of operation
Protection degree
ON/OFF fixed differential
2,5
mm2
IP
20
Relay ON/OFF indication
LED indicator
Temperature tolerance
°C
Operatin temperature
°C
0...+50
Storage temperature
°C
-10...+65
Type of installation
Type of application
Programming
±1
0...+ 70
-10...+70
DIN rail
Case / colour
Power consumption
0…+10/+20…+60
3500
1
Thermal gradient
Max section of cables at terminals
2 continuously adjustable
0...+60
thermoplastic/grey RAL 7035
VA
3
services-providing/industrial sector
graduated scales with mechanical pointer
47
THS modular thermostats
THS series thermostats are
able to control a wide range
of refrigeration and heating
applications.
The THS-C and THS-W modular thermostats regulate the
temperature differentially, as indicated in the figure below.
When the THS-C thermostat detects a temperature below
the setpoint, it closes contact 1 until the temperature returns
above the setpoint. It then reopens the contact and, when the
temperature drops below the differential again, the cycle is
repeated.
The THS-W thermostat works in the same way but the relay
closes contact 5 when the temperature exceeds the maximum
setpoint.
Yellow LED:
Sensor short-circuit
indication
on = sensor
short-circuited
Differential
Green LED:
load state
indication
Time
Temperature
regulation knob
Load
THS-C operating example
Sensor installation
The temperature sensor (supplied separately) is made of
brass, encapsulated in silicone rubber, impermeable and
resistant to high temperatures (130°C). It is 1.5 or 4 metres
long and may be positioned at a distance of up to 100
metres.
48
As shown in the figure, the THS-S modular thermostat
activates:
- the fan or the conditioner, when the temperature in the
switchboard exceeds maximum setpoint set using the knob
at the top;
- the heating device connected, when the temperature in the
switchboard drops below the minimum setpoint set using
the knob at the bottom.
Green LED on:
cooling on
Cooling
temperature
regulating knob
Adjustment range:
from +20 °C
to +60 °C.
Switchboard temperature
Maximum setpoint
Minimum setpoint
Green LED on:
heating on
Time
Heating
temperature
regulating knob
Adjustment range:
from 0 °C
to +10 °C.
Cooling contact
Heating
THS-S operating example
Sensor istallation
The temperature measuring sensor, which is included
in the package, has an operating range of -30°C
to +85°C and can be set at a distance of up to 100 m.
49
THS modular thermostats
Operating principle
Modular thermometers let you control and keep a heating or
cooling element at a set temperature, comparing the value
read by the sensor with the one set by the user.
The THS range can thus guarantee switchboard operating
reliability, perfect product conservation in refrigerated
counters or cells, promote greenhouse production, optimise
drying cycles, etc.
Application environments
THS thermostat installation is thus the best way to regulate
temperature in automation and distribution switchboards, in
heating systems, in industrial applications or to control
refrigerator systems, greenhouses, dryers or isothermal
folding portals.
50
Installation example
AUXILIARIES
L1
As shown in the diagrams, one of the possible applications
consists in the installation of a THS-S modular thermostat
inside an automation or distribution switchboard where the
temperature must be kept at a set value. Thanks to the THS-S
thermostat, you can thus control the temperature, permitting
cooling regulations between +20 ÷ +60 °C and
anti-condensation between 0 ÷ +10 °C. Furthermore, you can
manage up to 3kW of point heaters without having to use any
external contactors to manage the load.
N
L1
2
sensor
1
THS-S
AUXILIARIES
THS-S
THS-S
4
3
Heating
Cooling
SENSOR
L
8
THS-S
10
N
N
51
Guide to installation
in residential buildings
Advanced technologies and
performance: ABB’s solutions integrate
perfectly and provide a complete,
functional and elegant system able
to meet the requirements of every
domestic and working environment.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
-
Outdoor lights in the garden
Irrigation pumps for the garden
Circulation pumps for swimming pools
Staircase and garage lights
Temperature and lighting control in greenhouses
Skylights
Temperature and lighting control in cellars
Rolling shutter opening/closing
Pumps for fountains and canals
Temperature and lighting control in reptile vivariums
and/or aquariums
11 - Turning convectors on/off
12 - Heating elements in the roof
5
8
9
1
7
2
4
THS-W
52
AT3
AT2-R
E 232-E230Multi 10
TW2/10K
TW1
3
11
12
6
10
D1
THS-S
E 232-230
AT1-R
THS-C
53
Guide to installation
in residential buildings
54
1 - The outdoor garden
lights are controlled by the
TW1 twilight switch, which
turns them ON and OFF
according to the preset level
of luminosity.
7 - E 232-230Multi 10 turns
on the cellar lights when the
button is pressed. The lights
then remain ON until the button
is pressed again. However, the
lights will still be turned OFF
after a preset time if the user
forgets to press the button.
2 - An AT electro-mechanical
time switch controls
the irrigation pumps in
the garden by means of
programmed time settings.
8 - Thanks to twilight switch
TW1, the shutters at the
windows of a house are
controlled depending on the
luminosity level outdoors.
3 - The swimming pool
water pump is regulated by
digital time switch D1, which
allows the various jets to be
controlled separately.
9 - The pump that circulates
the water is controlled by
the AT electro-mechanical
time switch according to the
programmed setting.
4 - E 232-230Multi 10 turns
on the staircase lights for
the preset time and warns
the user with a double flash
before they go out.
10 - The temperature in the
reptile vivarium or aquarium
is regulated by the heating
elements or fans controlled
by the THS thermostat.
5 - The heating function in
greenhouses is regulated by
model THS-W, installed in the
switchboard along with an AT
time switch, which controls the
irrigation time and a TW twilight
switch that automatically turns
ON the lights.
11 - The convectors are
automatically regulated by
the AT time switch according
to the program selected.
6 - The skylight can be
opened and closed to suit
requirements by digital
time switch D1, or by the
TW2/10K twilight switch for
daytime applications.
12 - The roof temperature
can be monitored instant by
instant by means of the THS,
so as to turn on the heating
elements and prevent ice
from forming.
55
Guide to installation
in commercial buildings
Use of time switches, twilight switches,
thermostats and staircase light switches
achieves considerable energy savings
in commercial applications. Lights and
comfort functions will only be available
when required in places open to the
public and those reserved to personnel,
thus avoiding waste and helping to
protect the environment.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
-
2
Shop window lights
Conditioning and lighting systems
Main switchboard
Lights in corridors, rooms
Street lighting
Lighting of monuments
Church bells
Lighting in amusement parks
Lighting in parking lots
Circulation pump of public fountains
Advertising sign control
Christmas lights
TWP
56
3
THS-S
TW1
TWA-1
AT2-R
D1
7
5
10
12
6
11
8
1
4
9
E 232-230
D2
57
Guide to installation
in commercial buildings
1 - The lighting in shop
windows is controlled by the
TW1 twilight switch which,
in conjunction with one of
the AT or D Line series of
time switches, turns OFF
the lights overnight to avoid
wasting energy.
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7 - Thanks to the D1 digital time
switch, the bells of a church
are controlled with one of the
various different advanced
functions allowing the user to
regulate the intervals of time
between one stroke and the
next as required.
2 - The lighting and heating
systems are controlled
separately by means of a
D2 two-channel digital time
switch.
8 - The lights in an amusement
park are controlled by the
TWA astronomical twilight
switch which, without an
external sensor, allows them
to function regularly without
being affected by interference
that could cause faults.
3 - Distribution switchboard
with cooling fan and heating
elements controlled by model
THS-S.
9 - The lights in a parking lot can
be controlled according to the time
of day or the level of luminosity
outdoors, functions which are
achieved with an AT electromechanical or D Line digital time
switch, or by means of a TW
twilight switch, respectively.
4 - The sensor in the corridor
activates E 232-230, which
keeps the lights in the rooms
and corridors ON until the
selected time terminates.
10 - The systems that pump
the water in the fountains are
controlled by the D Line digital
time switch which, thanks to
its advanced functions, creates
plays of water like a sparkling
waterfall or an elegant spray in
a very simple way.
5 - Twilight switch TWP,
which can be installed on
a pole or wall, has a 10 lux
presetting and allows the
public street lighting to be
controlled in a very simple
way.
11 - Advertising signs run
at preset times thanks to a
weekly or annual program
defined by a D Line or
DTS series of digital time
switches.
6 - The artistically arranged
lighting for the buildings
and monuments in cities
is controlled by the D Line
digital time switch, which
provides a vast range of
functions to suit the type of
effect required.
12 - In conjunction with the D Line
digital time switch, the TW1 twilight
switch is able to control skylights
automatically according to the
level of outdoor luminosity, creating
lighting effects thanks to the
different functions provided by the
D Line digital time switch itself.
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Guide to installation
in industrial buildings
3
Designed for ease of use, safety,
comfort and energy savings, ABB’s
products optimize consumptions and
increase the efficiency in industries by
automating the use of pumps, valves,
fans and motors with programs defined
according to time, temperature or light
intensity settings.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
-
Temperature control in switchboards
Temperature control in floor heating coils
Control of monitoring equipment
Re-circulating and mixing pumps
Food bins, galvanic tanks, etc.
Motorized valve control
Control of generic motors
Air circulation fans for special areas
Control of cold rooms
Road safety barriers
Control of electric fences
Control of the lighting systems in tunnels
10
THS-S
60
THS-W
THS-C
AT3-R
8
TW2/10K
5
D2
6
1
2
11
9
AT2-7R
4
12
7
D1
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Guide to installation
in industrial environments
1 - The temperature in the
switchboards is controlled by
the THS-S, which maintains
it at the selected setpoint.
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7 - Various different types
of motors can be controlled
by the D Line digital time
switch, which cuts down on
the energy wasted thanks
to its advanced timing
functions.
2 - The temperature of the
coils is detected by the
external sensor of the THS
thermostat, which controls
the temperature according to
the preset value.
8 - Air circulation fans for
special areas are automated
by the AT weekly time
switch as established by the
program settings.
3 - The AT electromechanical or D Line digital
time switch can control
various different devices in
simple operating systems
that do not use a PLC.
9 - The THS-C model
controls the cooling function
in the cold room.
4 - Various pump models
for re-circulation or mixing
functions can be controlled
by the AT series electromechanical time switches.
10 - Road safety barriers
for access to unauthorized
areas on certain days of the
year for example, can be
conveniently controlled by an
hourly program in the D Line
digital time switch.
5 - The temperature in
tanks, like the ones used
for foodstuffs, is kept
accurately at a setpoint by
means of THS thermostats,
thus ensuring high quality
processing results.
11 - To prevent unauthorized
persons or animals from
accessing areas during the
night, the electric fence is
controlled by the D Line
digital time switch, which
keeps it activated at preset
times of the day.
6 - Motor-operated valves
are controlled according to
the temperature detected by
the THS thermostat, which
achieves higher thermal
precision thanks to the low
differential.
12 - The lighting systems in
tunnels are controlled by the
TW2/10K so as to guarantee
the correct degree of visual
perception inside and of the
indications in the lighting
systems in the external areas
just outside the tunnels.
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Guide to installation
in the agrifood sector
1
This application example highlights
the versatile features of the THS
range, which is able to create the
ideal environment in every situation
by adjusting the temperature in
the switchboards and ensuring
reliable operation: in cold rooms and
refrigerated counters so as to perfectly
preserve the foodstuffs, in greenhouses
to encourage plant growth and in dryers
to optimize the processing cycles.
1
2
3
4
-
Temperature control in distribution switchboards
Refrigeration control in cold rooms
Temperature control in greenhouses
Temperature control of dryers
4
THS-S
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THS-W
THS-C
AT3-R
TW2/10K
D2
2
3
1 - Distribution switchboard
with cooling fan and heating
elements controlled by model
THS-S.
2 - The THS-C model
controls the cooling function
in the cold room.
3 - The heating function in
greenhouses is regulated by
model THS-W, installed in the
switchboard along with an AT
time switch, which controls the
irrigation time and a TW twilight
switch that automatically turns
on the lights.
4 - The correct temperature
in the dryer is guaranteed by
model THS-W.
AT2-7R
D1
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Order codes
AT analog time switches
Contact
Version
Description
Type
ABB code
Bbn 8012542
EAN
Piece weight
kg
Number of Pack.
modules
1 NO
Daily
AT1
2CSM204205R0601
042051
0.095
1
1
1 NO
Daily with running reserve
AT1-R
2CSM204215R0601
042150
0.095
1
1
1 NO/1 NC
Daily
AT2
2CSM204105R0601
041054
0.118
2
1
1 NO/1 NC
Daily with running reserve
AT2-R
2CSM204115R0601
041153
0.118
2
1
1 NO/1 NC
Weekly with running reserve
AT2-7R
2CSM204125R0601
041252
0.118
2
1
1 NO/1 NC
Daily
AT3
2CSM204225R0601
042259
0.18
3
1
1 NO/1 NC
Daily with running reserve
AT3-R
2CSM204235R0601
042358
0.18
3
1
1 NO/1 NC
Weekly with running reserve
AT3-7R
2CSM204245R0601
042457
0.18
3
1
D and DTS digital time switches
Contact
Version
Description
Type
ABB code
Bbn 8012542
EAN
Piece weight
kg
Number of Pack.
modules
1 NC/NO
1 channel
D1
2CSM258763R0621
587637
0.140
2
1
1 NC/NO
1 channel with key
D1 PLUS
2CSM257583R0621
575832
0.140
2
1
1 NC/NO
1 channel with key, synchronizable
D1 SYNCHRO
2CSM257493R0621
574934
0.140
2
1
2 NC/NO
2 channels
D2
2CSM256313R0621
563136
0.140
2
1
2 NC/NO
2 channels with key
D2 PLUS
2CSM277583R0621
775836
0.140
2
1
2 NC/NO
2 channels with key, synchronizable
D2 SYNCHRO
2CSM277363R0621
773634
0.140
2
1
-
Programming key
D KEY
2CSM277143R0621
771432
0.002
-
1
-
Programming software for D line
D SW
2CSM299973R0621
999737
0.005
-
1
-
DCF77 antenna for D line
D DCF77
2CSM299983R0621
999836
0.150
-
1
-
GPS antenna for D line
D GPS
2CSM299993R0621
999935
0.150
-
1
3 NO/NC
3 channels with key, synchronizable
DTS/3Y
2CSM133100R0601
507000
0.380
6
1
4 NO/NC
4 channels with key, synchronizable
DTS/4Y
2CSM134100R0601
538509
0.410
6
1
-
DCF77 antenna for DTS
DTS/DCF
2CSM000010R0601
538608
0.230
-
1
-
Programming software for DTS
DTS/PRG-SW
2CSM000050R0601
538707
0.350
-
1
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E 232 staircase lighting switch
Time
settings
Version
1...7 min
0,5…20 min
DescriptionType
ABB code
Bbn 4016779
EAN
Piece weight
kg
Number of Pack.
modules
Electro-mechanical staircase light switch E 232-230V
2CDE110000R0501
548243
0.081
1
10
Electronic staircase light switch
E 232E-230N
2CDE110003R0511
654166
0.083
1
10
0,5…20 min
Multivoltage electr. staircase light switch
E 232E-8/230N
2CDE010003R0511
654173
0.092
1
10
0,5…20 min
Multifunction electr. staircase light switch E 232E-230Multi 10
2CDE110013R0511
654180
0.082
1
10
0,5…20 min
Multifunction multitvoltage electr.
staircase light switch
E 232E-8/230Multi 10
2CDE010013R0511
654197
0.093
1
10
20…60 sec
Switch-off warning device
E 232-HLM
2CDE150000R0521
548281
0.075
1
10
TW twilight switches
Contact
Version
Description
Type
ABB code
Bbn 8012542
EAN
Piece weight
kg
Number of Pack.
modules
1 NO
Daily
TW1
2CSM204135R1341
041351
0.107
1
1
1 NO
Daily with running reserve
TW2/10K
2CSM204145R1341
041450
0.215
2
1
1 NO/1 NC
Daily with running reserve
TWP
2CSM204165R1341
041658
0.155
-
1
1 NO/1 NC
Weekly with running reserve
LS-65
2CSM204185R1341
041856
0.085
-
1
1 NO/1 NC
Daily
LS-SP
2CSM204195R1341
041955
0.035
-
1
1 NO/1 NC
Daily with running reserve
TWA-1
2CSM204365R1341
043652
0.16
2
1
1 NO/1 NC
Weekly with running reserve
TWA-2
2CSM204375R1341
043751
0.16
2
1
Description
Type
ABB code
Bbn 8012542
EAN
Piece weight
kg
Number of Pack.
modules
THS modular thermostats
Contact
Version
1 NO/NC
Modular thermostat
0…+60 °C
THS-W
2CSM207083R1380
070832
0.180
2
1
1 NO/NC
Modular thermostat
-20…+40 °C
THS-C
2CSM251163R1380
511632
0.180
2
1
2 NO
Modular thermostat for switchboards
THS-S
2CSM236803R1380
368038
0.200
2
1
-
Temperature detecting sensor, 1.5 m
THS-1
2CSM202033R1380
020332
0.0035
-
1
-
Temperature detecting sensor, 4m
THS-4
2CSM277603R1380
776031
0.0035
-
1
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Wiring diagrams
AT analog time switches
AT1, AT1-R
AT2, AT2-R, AT2-7R
L
N
AT3, AT3-R, AT3-7R
L
N
L
N
1 3 5 L N
4
3
M
2
4
1
3
2
4
6
10 12
D digital time switches
D1, D1 PLUS
D2, D2 PLUS
D1 SYNCHRO
D2 SYNCHRO
D DCF77
D GPS
D DCF77
D GPS
L
1 3 5 7 L
1 3 5 7 L
1 3 5 7 L
1 3 5 7 L
2 4 6 8 N
2 4 6 8 N
2 4 6 8 N
2 4 6 8 N
IE
L
L1
N
L
L2
IE2
L
IE1
L1
N
L
N
L
L2
N
L
TW twilight switches
TW1
TW2/10K
1
3
5
7
TWA-1
TWA-2
230 V~ -30T60
16 (3)A / 250 V~
L
N
L
N
TWP
A
1 3 5 L N
B
L N
L
N
N
68
L
230 V~
1 3 5 7
2 4 6 8
2 4 6 8
L N
2 4 6 8 10
Max 100 m
L
1 3 5 7
N
230 V~
L
N
230 V~
L
N
230 V~
E 232 staircase lighting switches
3-wire configuration
E 232-230
4-wire configuration
E 232-230
3-wire configuration
E 232 HML
4-wire configuration
E 232 HML
max. 50 mA
max. 50 mA
max. 50 mA
L
N
L
L
N
3-wire configuration
E 232E-230N
3-wire configuration
E 232E-230Multi 10
4-wire configuration
E 232E-230Multi 10
L
3
L
3
L
3
L
3
N
4
N
4
N
4
N
4
L
N
L
N
3-wire configuration
E 232E-8/230N
4-wire configuration
E 232E-8/230N
AC/DC
8...240V
–
+
230 V~±10%
N
4-wire configuration
E 232E-230N
L
N
AC/DC
8...240V
L
230 V~±10%
N
+
B2 B3
3-wire configuration
E 232E-8/230Multi 10
AC/DC
8...240V
–
L
N
AC/DC
8...240V
–
+
B2 B3
4-wire configuration
E 232E-8/230Multi 10
–
+
B2 B3
B2 B3
L
3
L
3
L
3
L
3
N
4
N
4
N
4
N
4
L
N
L
N
L
N
L
N
THS modular thermostats
THS-C
THS-W
Heating
Cooling
L
THS-S
L
230 V~
N
1
L
230 V~
N
3 5 L N
1 3 5 L N
2 4 6 8 10
2 4 6 8 10
230 V~
N
1 3 5 L N
2 4
6 8 10
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Overall dimensions
AT analog time switches
(;
(;9
(;
(;9
(;9
(;
(;9
(;9
3 5
D and DTS digital time switches
D1, D1 PLUS, D2, D2 PLUS
D1 SYNCHRO, D2 SYNCHRO
DTS7/3Y - DTS7/4Y
E 232 staircase lighting switches
E 232E-230Multi 10
E 232E-8/230Multi 10
E 232E-230N
E 232E-8/230N
70
E 232-230
E 232-HLM
TW twilight switches
TWA-1, TWA-2
TW1
60
17.5
1
3
5
7
35.8
1
5
43.8
7
85
45
90
L
3
N
2
4
6
45
8
60
LS-SP
TW2/10K
35
48
60
28
23
1 3 5 L N
56
45
90
2 4 6 8 10
44
20
15
THS modular thermostats
THS-C
THS-W
THS-S
35
35
35
1 3 5 L N
1 3 5 L N
1 3 5 L N
60
90
2 4 6 8 10
2 4 6 8 10
45
2 4 6 8 10
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Frequent queries and problem-solving
When is it better to use a digital time
switch rather than an electro-mechanical
one?
Digital time switches are more accurate, take less time to
switch and have many more programming functions
(impulsive, cyclic, random, vacation modes, etc.) than analog
time switches. Moreover, they have a longer-lasting running
reserve (years instead of hours) since they have no moving
mechanical parts. Whatever the application, when there are
numerous, frequent and different operations (daily, weekly or
annual), the D or DTS series time switches provide a better
performance with only a little difference in price.
The permanent OFF position is not
available in the 1-channel model.
How can it be obtained?
The permanent OFF position is used for servicing work or
holiday periods. In both cases, the load can be disconnected
permanently by merely disconnecting the protection on the
supply side.
Can more than one sensor be connected
with models TW1 and TW2/10K?
No, one sensor must always be used for each device.
Can different types of sensors be
connected with models TW1 and
TW2/10K?
No, the only sensor allowed is the LS-SP type.
When must an astronomical time switch
be used?
When the length of the connection between the device and
sensor exceeds 100 m, or when the connection is too
complicated (e.g., switchboard installed in a cellar).
When the sensor cannot be installed away from light sources
(amusement parks, camp sites, etc.).
When external agents prevent the sensor from functioning
correctly, e.g. pollution or vandalism.
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Glossary
analog: electro-mechanical time switch programmed by moving
the positions of the metal tabs and synchronized with a quartz
battery or via the network frequency.
digital: electronic time switch equipped with an LCD display and
sometimes with a programming key so that programs can be
exchanged.
daily time setting: 24-hour periodic programming.
hourly time setting: 1-hour periodic programming.
weekly time setting: 7-day periodic programming.
GPS: the Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite
positioning system with continuous, worldwide coverage. It is
controlled by the US Department of Defense. The GPS system
combines the time supplied by various atomic clocks installed
on board its satellites, while a network of terrestrial stations
determines and corrects the errors. Since the time is obtained
from several different sources at the same time, the clock can
automatically compensate for propagation delays and other
problems, thus achieving a precision of less than one second.
Astronomical time switch: twilight or digital time switch able to
forecast the exact time the sun rises and sets according to the
date and latitude in which it is installed, without requiring an
external light sensor.
yearly time setting: 1-year periodic programming.
running reserve: interval of time during which a switch may
function normally without network supply voltage thanks
to an internal backup battery.
minimum switching time: the shortest time between an
ON-OFF cycle.
metal tabs: small sliding metal segments, generally arranged in
a circle on the frontal dial of an electro-mechanical time switch.
Their width represents the minimum switching time.
impulsive programming: programming function with an
extremely short load switching time.
cyclic program: programming function for periodically switching
the load.
switching delay: switching delay of a twilight switch. It prevents
untimely switching due to rapid changes in the degree of light
caused by external factors (e.g. the headlights of a vehicle or
the shadow cast by a cloud).
hysteresis: interval between light intensity values that cause
the ON-OFF switch to function: it prevents switching oscillations
at dawn and dusk.
EEPROM memory: programmable, non-volatile electronic
memory device that keeps store and safe the time and date
settings even during a power failure.
network frequency synchronizing: synchronizing system
of an electro-mechanical time switch by means of the network
frequency, usually ensured by a contract with a Public Utility
Company.
lux: this is the International System’s unit of measurement for
illumination (lx symbol).
DCF77: the official German time signal permanently transmitted
from Mainflingen, Germany (500° 01’ N, 09° 00’ E) with 50 kW
power. The emitter’s reception range is around 2,500 km with
a precision of 1 second every 300,000 years.
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