Domotica - came.It
Home
Automation
Catalogue
40 YEARS OF HOME AUTOMATION
DESIGN
Since our foundation, all of our designs and
business activities have been driven by this single
endeavour.
Always engaged in the development of various
home automation systems, during these years
we have matured a global concept of product
and range, implemented in an advanced and
comprehensive offer of technological solutions:
from sliding and swing gate, residential,
condominium and industrial automation systems
to overhead and sectional door systems, also
encompassing road barriers and automation for
industrial doors, blinds and roller shutters.
Research is the key element behind the design
of our range and has always been the motor that
drives our efforts. It is the crucial starting point for
ongoing innovation and improvement, proposing
concrete solutions for the automation market,
perfectly in line with the changing needs of the
customer and precise demands of the sector.
This is how Came solutions come to pass,
characterized by an avant-garde technological
imprinting, where maximum safety and ease of use
for the end user as well as with simple installation
and reliability for the designer or installer are the
common denominators.
Always marked by absolute quality.
Total control.
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EQUALS SAFETY AND
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Research and development of new technologies
are at the heart of Came's mission.
And there's more. The ability to conceive
automation systems that are 100% safe and
reliable has led the company down a path of
unparalleled product design and evolution, with the
dissemination of a culture for security, alongside
traditional audits and inspections carried out during
routine production process, provides for the unique
concept of EN TESTED automation or system.
Two words and a single definition to declare
that any solution marked Came is manufactured
and tested according to strict criteria imposed
by European regulations in the field of impact
forces. Thus making all Came products ready for
professional certification.
The 100% MADE IN ITALY original trademark
testifies that the full range of Came operators
stems from a quality production process, designed
to generate technologically-reliable and efficient
products. These undergo wear-and-tear tests
plus resistance to extreme temperature tests, and
operating within electromagnetic interference tests.
The tireless study of materials, components and
electronics has paid off with absolute durability.
Authority and prestige for the company and
for those who choose its products, and peace
of mind for those who use them every day.
A 360° IDEA
OF AUTOMATION SYSTEMS
100% CAME
Boasting unrivalled know-how consolidated in a
comprehensive and advanced range of products,
Came has gone beyond the simple concept of
home automation.
It gradually took the road towards the development
of an idea, a vision and a global management of the
"intelligent" home.
The result? The warranty and expertise of a
"technological mind" capable of generating
products, services and assistance designed
specifically for the designer and the professional.
Multiple solutions designed to simplify and speed
up the creation and installation of a complete home
automation system.
Witness the birth of the home automation protocol,
an integrated system able to plan, coordinate,
communicate and manage to make all elements
inside and outside the home on a 360° level.
Characterised by freedom to design and
maximum reliability.
At the centre of this unique idea, translated into
reality through perfect communication between
elements of home automation and maximum
compatibility between devices and languages,
stands the authority of a single party, a reference
point that has utmost competence in handling
different automations: Came
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the new home automation system designed by Came to control and manage the house.
From the sprinkler system to temperature management in rooms, from moving shutters to opening entrance gates.
Came systems also handle lights, security and anti-theft, electrical loads and technical alarms (gas leaks, water leaks).
Did you ever think that all this was possible with a single partner? It is now!
temperature
control
sound systems
remote control
intruder alarm
systems
supervision
load control
technical alarms
automation
lighting
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Table of Contents
13 HOME AUTOMATION
15input modules for flush-mounting boxes and din rail
19
DIN rail output modules
23input and output modules for flush-mounting boxes
27
DIN RAIL input and output modules
31input and output modules for RECESSED INSTALLATION
35
HOME AUTOMATION control modules
39
LINE ISOLATION modules
43analogue modules
46
INSTALLATION EXAMPLE - PLAN
48installation example - DIAGRAM
51temperature control
53probes
55temperature control program
56installation examples
59lighting
61dali and dmx system interfaces
65energy management
67load control modules
71sound system
73sound system modules
77system supervision
79colour touch screen terminals
87
frames for touch screens
89
Monochrome touch screen terminals
93
remote control
95server unit
99system accessories
100system accessories
103 Tips on Installation
104
TYPE OF CONNECTIONS
105BRANCH LENGTHS
HOME AUTOMATION
The key part of a home automation system is definitely one dedicated to the automation functions. Thanks to
a set of dedicated products, any modern home can have the advantages of control functions that cater to the
comfort and well-being of today's modern living.
All dimmed or simple type light points, motorised blinds or shutters, and automatic gates and doors can be
controlled from a single point or multiple points placed in the environment without fixed commands defined
as in a traditional electrical system , but according to programmable logic, variable positions and functions
that can be expanded according to the needs of users. In other words, a system that adapts and grows and
according to the needs of the house's occupants.
The revolutionary concept of "scenario" allows the customer to perform operations with a single command
that only a short wile back were complicated and laborious. Just think of the tasks normally performed before
leaving the house or going to bed, such as turning off the lights, lowering the blinds, activating the burglar
alarm system in the areas to be protected, and others. Now all this can be done with just a single command
from one point without moving through the entire house.
Connection of all installed equipment via a single BUS cable allows system expandability and modification at
any time based on varied needs or lifestyles, even when the house has been completed and furnished and is
regularly inhabited, or in case of restructuring.
Table of Contents
13 HOME AUTOMATION
15 input modules for FLUSH-MOUNTING BOXES AND DIN RAIL
19 output modules for DIN RAIL
23 input and output MODULES for FLUSH-MOUNTING BOX
27 input and output modules for DIN RAIL
31 input and output modules for RECESSED INSTALLATION
35 modules for AUTOMATION CONTROL
39 modules for LINE ISOLATION
43analogue modules
46
INSTALLATION EXAMPLE - PLAN
48installation example - DIAGRAM
13
automation
14
input modules for flush-mounting boxes and din rail
001DD4IS
001DD8IS
001DD8IOPTO
Module w/ 4 24 V DC digital inputs
Features 4 inputs for connecting up to 4
buttons or technology signal contacts. The
input can be programmed to send a single,
zone, remote or multiple command (function
available for a single module input) via
he¡Bus.
Type 503 flush-mounting boxes.
Module w/ 8 digital inputs x 24 VDC
Features 8 inputs for connecting up to 8
buttons or technology signal contacts. The
input can be programmed to send a single,
zone, remote or multiple command (function
available for a single module input) via
he¡Bus.
Type 503 flush-mounting boxes.
Module w/ 8 24 V DC opto-isolated
digital inputs
Features 8 24 V DC opto-isolated inputs,
for connecting buttons or long-range
technology signal contacts. The input can be
programmed to send a single, zone, remote
or multiple command (function available for a
single module input) via he¡Bus.
Dimensions:
41 x 29 x 9 mm
001DD8ISCM
001DD8IOPTOCM
Module w/ 8 24 V DC digital inputs
Features 8 inputs for connecting up to 8
buttons or technology signal contacts. The
input can be programmed to send a single,
zone, remote or multiple command (function
available for all module inputs) via he¡Bus
Type 503 flush-mounting boxes.
Module w/ 8 24 V DC opto-isolated
digital inputs
Features 8 24 V DC opto-isolated inputs,
for connecting buttons or long-range
technology signal contacts. The input can be
programmed to send a single, zone, remote
or multiple command (function available for
all module inputs) via he¡Bus.
Dimensions:
41 x 29 x 9 mm
Dimensions:
3 DIN modules
DESCRIPTION
Type
Power supply (V DC)
Current draw at 24 V DC (mA)
Input cable length (m)
Inputs
BUS communication indicator LED
Module communication indicator LED
Input status indicator LED
Input Operation
Dimensions (mm / No. DIN modules)
Weight (g)
Casing material
Operating temperature (°C)
Storage temperature (°C)
Relative humidity during operation (%)
Relative humidity during storage (%)
Reverse polarity protection
BUS protection fuse (mA)
Directives
Compliance with Directive
001DD4IS
11 ÷ 22
5 max.
4 digital
001DD8IS - 001DD8ISCM
22 ÷ 24
11 ÷ 22
5 max.
8 digital
Blue
Yellow
Active when connected to negative
41 x 30 x 9
30
Black Nylon
-5 ÷ +40
-10 ÷ +50
93 Non-condensing
85 Non-condensing
YES
50 resettable
EMC
EN 50428
001DD8IOPTO - 001DD8IOPTOCM
30
15 max.
8 opto-isolated
Red
Active if polarized
3 DIN modules
110
White ABS
-5 ÷ +50
15
The input and output modules allow the home automation system to be connected to the outside world. The inputs, typically connected to standard
buttons of the various home automation series, allows BUS transmission of the he¡ home automation control signals. The output modules enable
control of the various actuators (motors, lamps, etc..) according to the logic set during programming. This makes the input and output modules the
essential components of home automation control.
There are two types of input modules:
• Digital input modules for flush-mounting box installation. Designed to fit into flush-mounted boxes of the home automation series as shown
in the following figure. Installation is simple and they can easily be used in cases of restructuring.
001dD4IS
• Opto-isolated digital input modules for Din rail installation. Allows for installation inside of standard electrical panels.
The input stage, which occurs through an optical isolator, allows total electrical isolation of the device from the rest of the system ensuring a high
noise immunity.
The modules described offer the fundamental advantage of being installation-ready for the home automation systems currently available, thus
avoiding structural and aesthetic constraints.
The operation is simple and intuitive: each module connected to the BUS receives its own identification number during programming, known as
address, which distinguishes it from other modules in the system. The single input is identified by the address assigned to the module and by
its sequential number (e.g.: module 3 input 2). Similarly, the single output will be identified by the serial number of the module assigned during
programming and by its sequential number (e.g.: module 5 output 4).
An input can then send an activation command to an output thus identified. The outputs can also be grouped by logical zones; in this case the
outputs belonging to the same area will receive the same command.
The input can be programmed to send the following messages over the he¡Bus line:
• Single command.
Activation command of a single output identified by a given address (e.g.: module 5 output 2).
• Zone command.
Activation command for outputs belonging to the same logic zone.
• Remote command.
The module sends the input status via BUS. This allows the system to process the states of the various inputs according to programmable logic.
• Multiple command.
Up to 8 different commands to the same number of outputs. This allows control of up to 8 different outputs in an alternate mode, thus resulting in
an actual scenario without adding other equipment dedicated to this function to the system (function available for only one input of the module).
Furthermore, modules with 8 inputs with multiple control groups (001DD8ISCM, 001DD8IOPTOCM) have 8 multiple controls with 7 commands each
available, which can be associated to the various inputs of the module at will. This allows each input of the module to be matched to a multiple
control along with the input control itself (single zone or remote); or 8 multiple commands plus the input control to a single input (single zone or
remote).
16
he¡Bus Line
to output modules
Max 15 m
NA button
001DD8IOPTO
17
18
DIN rail output modules
001DD2UR16
001DM2UR16
001DD8UR6
001DD8UR16
Module w/ 2 16 A relay
outputs
Features 2 relay outputs plus
NO contact for controlling max
230 V AC 16 A electrical loads
(see table).
Features buttons for local
control of outputs.
Module w/ 2 16A relay
outputs with memory
Features 2 relay outputs plus
memory and NO contact for
controlling max 230 V AC 16 A
electrical loads (see table).
Features buttons for local
control of outputs.
Module with 8 6 A relay
outputs
Features 8 relay outpust plus
NO contact for controlling max
230 V AC 6 A electrical loads
(see table).
Features buttons for local
control of outputs.
Module with 8 16 A relay
outputs
Features 8 relay outputs plus
NO contact for controlling max
230 V AC 16 A electrical loads
(see table).
Features buttons for local
control of outputs.
Dimensions:
2 DIN modules
Dimensions:
2 DIN modules
Dimensions:
4 DIN modules
Dimensions:
6 DIN modules
DESCRIPTION
Type
Power supply (V DC)
Current draw at 24 V DC (mA)
Outputs
Output Operation
Controllable loads at 230 V AC (A)
Resistive load (A)
Incandescent lamps and ferromagnetic
transformers (A)
001DD2UR16
001DM2UR16
001DD8UR6
001DD8UR16
22 - 24
80
20
100
240
2 relays 16 A NO - C
monostable
no memory
2 relays 16 A NO - C
bistable
with memory
6 relays 6 A NO - C
monostable
no memory
8 relays 16 A NO - C
monostable
no memory
NO contact
16
16
NO contact
16
16
NO contact
8
6
NO contact
16
16
3.5
10
10
Fluorescent and energy saving
lamps (A)
1
0.5
1
Electronic Transformer (A)
Engines cos φ 0.6 (A)
BUS communication indicator LED
Module communication indicator LED
Dimensions (DIN modules)
Weight (g)
Casing material
Operating temperature (°C)
Storage temperature (°C)
Relative humidity during operation (%)
Relative humidity during storage (%)
Output protection (V)
Reverse polarity protection
BUS protection fuse (mA)
Directives
Compliance with Directive
4
4
1.5
1
4
4
4
180
6
340
Blue
Yellow
2
130
White ABS
-5 - +40
-5 - +50
93 Non-condensing
85 Non-condensing
RAL 460
YES
50 resettable
BT - EMC
EN 50428
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The output modules for DIN rail installation can be mounted inside standard electrical panels. They have an on-board relay for controlling electrical
loads.
The output modules, identified by a serial number, receive the activation command via BUS from the input modules, each output will be activated
according to the operating logic as assigned in the programming phase. The main mode of operation of the outputs are as follows:
• Monostable (maintained action).
Follows the status of the input that controls it. Can be used for the control of buzzers or bells.
• Step-by-Step.
The output changes status at each press of the button connected to the input that controls it. It can be used to control light spots.
• Venetian Blinds.
Used to control a motor for a Venetian blind. Even this control, as that of the shutter motor, requires two outputs on the module. In addition to the
up and down command, this feature also enables rotation of the Venetian blind slats.
• Timed activation.
Pressing the button connected to its commanding input activates the output for a programmable amount of time. It can be used for timed control
of lights (e.g.: stairs light).
The output modules 001DD2UR16, 001DM2UR16, 001DD8UR6 and 001DD8UR16 are housed in DIN rail cases and feature relay outputs with NO no-load
contacts. Each output has a local command button that directly activates the output contact.
It is thus possible to directly control the electrical load connected to the output regardless of the signal coming from the BUS.
This ensures in all circumstances, also in case of emergency, that the user is able to activate and deactivate the electrical loads connected to the
output relay.
A special yellow LED indicator signals output status.
Manual output activation buttons:
• pressing and releasing the button immediately
changes the output state
• holding down the button for a long time manually
locks the output in the state indicated by the
yellow LED.
001DD8UR16
Caution:
outputs that are "manually locked" ignore all BUS
commands (N, Set, Reset) and can only be unlocked
by pressing the button again briefly.
Yellow LED output signal are:
• on permanently if the output contact is closed
• off if the output contact is closed
• LED blinking (short ON time, long OFF time) when
the output contact is locked open
• LED blinking (long ON time, short OFF time) when
the output contact is locked closed.
All outputs feature a memory status, meaning that the relay contacts return to their state (On or Off) before supply voltage disruption when grid
connection is re-established. On addition, the modules equipped with memory (e.g:, 001DM2UR16) have a bistable relay output that retains its state
even during power outage (the bistable relay has two coils for the control of the output contact. One for opening the contact, the other for closing.
The coils are controlled by electrical impulses and contact switches only when a coil receives the impulse. The contact therefore retains the position
acquired regardless of the supply voltage of the module. Furthermore, the coils absorb current only during impulse duration, with a consequent
reduction of the current absorption of the module and increase of average relay life).
In order to reduce total power consumption of the modules, memory modules should be used when outputs control electrical loads powered over
long intervals of time. In these cases, the bistable relay offers the advantage of not absorbing current when the utilities are powered.
Output contact rating should be chosen carefully (16 A or 6 A) according to the load to be controlled as reported in the technical specifications
tables. From a general point of view, 16 A output contacts should be implemented for lamp control, while the control of shutter motors can also take
6 A output contacts.
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from input modules
he¡Bus Line
230 V AC
001DD8UR16
001DD8UR6
Open / Close
On/Off
21
22
input and output modules for flush-mounting boxes
001DD4I4UT
001DD8IUT
Module w/ 4 digital inputs + 4 24 V DC O.C. transistor
outputs.
Features 4 inputs for connecting up to 4 buttons or technology signal
contacts. The input can be programmed to send a single, zone,
remote or multiple command (function available for a single module
input) via he¡Bus.
Features 4 O.C. transistor outputs to connect the signal LEDs, 24 V
DC (max. 50 mA for each output), or the 001DIF2UR6 interface for door
and window automation.
Type 503 Flush flush-mounting.
Module with 8 inputs-outputs with 24 V DC programmable O.C.
outputs.
Features 8 terminals configured individually as digital input or 24 V DC
O.C. transistor outputs (max. 50 mA for each output).
The input can be programmed to send a single, zone, remote or
multiple command (function available for a single module input) via
he¡Bus.
Type 503 flush-mounting boxes.
Dimensions:
41 x 29 x 9 mm
Dimensions:
41 x 29 x 9 mm
DESCRIPTION
Type
Power supply (V DC)
Current draw at 24 V DC (mA)
Inputs
Input Operation
Input cable length (m)
Exits
Output Operation
Output cable length (m)
Outfeed current (mA)
BUS communication indicator LED
Module communication indicator LED
Dimensions (mm)
Weight (g)
Casing material
Operating temperature (°C)
Storage temperature (°C)
Relative humidity during operation (%)
Relative humidity during storage (%)
Output protection (mA)
Reverse polarity protection
BUS protection (mA)
Directives
Compliance with Directive
001DD4I4UT
001DD8IUT
22 - 24
11 - 22
4 digital
11 - 25
max 8 digital
Active when connected to negative
5
4 open collectors
8 open collectors max.
Closes to negative
5
50
Blue
Yellow
41 x 30 x 9
30
Black NYLON
-5 - +40
-10 - +50
93 Non-condensing
85 Non-condensing
100 resettable fuses
YES
50 resettable fuses
EMC
EN 50428
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The input/output modules group button connection inputs and electrical load control outputs inside the same case. The operating characteristics are
those described in the chapters on the input and output modules.
The input/output modules for flush-mounting box installation, 001DD4I4UT and 001DD8IUT, are designed to be housed in flush-mounting boxes of
home automation series or in junction boxes. The inputs, typically connected to standard buttons of the various home automation series, allows
BUS transmission of the home automation control signals. The outputs of the "Open Collector" type can directly control a LED indicator or a relay for
control of electrical loads. The inputs can control the outputs of the module to which they belong or outputs of other system modules.
Of particular interest is the module 001DD8IUT with eight terminals that can be individually programmed as inputs or outputs. Once programmed, the
inputs and outputs can be used as described for the modules 001DD4I4UT and 001DD8IUT. Thanks to these characteristics the module 001DD8IUT can
be used in a wide range of applications.
001DD8IUT
Blue LED for signalling BUS
Module communication yellow LED
communication
GND
+24 V DC
S BUS
indicator
123456 7 8
Inputs / Outputs
Note: "Open Collector" outputs can be connected to the 001DIF2UR6 relay board. This has two contacts (6 A 230 V AC) and allows you to control
electrical loads.
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001DD4I4UT
To the rest of the system
he¡Bus Line
Max 5 m
Buttons
001DIF2UR6
type
Diode
1N4007
When the Open Collector
output controls inductive
loads, connect a protection
diode as shown.
25
26
DIN RAIL input and output modules
001DD4I4UR16
001DM4I4UR16
Module with 4 opto-isolated digital inputs, and
4 16 A relay outputs
Features 4 24 V DC opto-isolated digital inputs for connecting up to 4
buttons or contacts of long-range technology signals and 4
relay outputs with NO contact for controlling max 230 V AC 16 A
electrical loads. Features buttons for local control of outputs.
Module with 4 opto-isolated digital inputs, and
4 x 16 A relay outputs with memory
Module with 4 opto-isolated digital inputs, and
4 16 A relay outputs with memory
Features 4 24 V DC opto-isolated digital inputs for connecting up to
4 buttons or contacts of long-range technology signals and 4 relay
outputs with memory and NO contact for controlling max 230 V AC 16
A electrical loads.
Features buttons for local control of outputs.
Dimensions:
4 DIN modules
Dimensions:
4 DIN modules
Note: The input can be programmed to send on the he¡Bus line a single, area, remote or multiple command (function available for a single input
module).
DESCRIPTION
Type
Power supply (V DC)
Current draw at 24 V DC (mA)
Inputs
Input Operation
Input cable length (m)
Outputs
001DD4I4UR16
001DM4I4UR16
22 - 24
160
55
4 opto-isolated
Active if polarized
15 max.
4 relays x 16 A monostable NO - C
no memory
4 relays x 16 A biostable NO - C
memory
Controllable loads at 230 V AC (A)
Resistive load (A)
16
16
Incandescent lamps and ferromagnetic
transformers (A)
10
Fluorescent and energy saving
lamps (A)
1
Electronic Transformer (A)
Engines cos φ 0.6 (A)
BUS communication indicator LED
Module communication indicator LED
Input status indicator LED
Output status indicator LED
Dimensions (DIN modules)
Weight (g)
Casing material
Operating temperature (°C)
Storage temperature (°C)
Relative humidity during operation (%)
Relative humidity during storage (%)
Output protection (V)
Reverse polarity protection
BUS protection (mA)
Directives
Compliance with Directive
4
4
Blue
Yellow
Red
Yellow
4
430
230
White ABS
-5 - +40
-5 - +50
93 Non-condensing
85 Non-condensing
RAL 460
YES
50 Resettable Fuses
BT - EMC
EN 50428
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The input/output modules group button connection inputs and electrical load control outputs inside the same case. The operating characteristics
are those described in the chapters on the input and output modules.
The analogue input/output Din analogue modules 001DD4I4UR16, 001DM4I4UR16 are designed to be housed in electrical cabinets. The inputs,
typically connected to standard buttons of the various home automation series, allows BUS transmission of the home automation control signals.
The potential-free NO contact outputs allow the control of electrical loads. The opto-isolated inputs can control the outputs of their module or of
other system modules.
Each output has a on-board local command button that directly activates the output contact.
It is thus possible to directly control the electrical load connected to the output regardless of the signal coming from the BUS.
This ensures in all circumstances, also in case of emergency, that the user is able to activate and deactivate the electrical loads connected to the
output relay.
A special LED indicator signals output status.
Manual output activation buttons:
• pressing and releasing the button immediately
changes the output state,
• holding down the button for a long time manually
locks the output in the state indicated by the
yellow LED.
001DD4I4UR16
Caution:
outputs that are "manually locked" ignore all BUS
commands (N, Set, Reset) and can only be unlocked
by pressing the button again briefly.
Yellow LED output signal are:
• on permanently if the output contact is closed,
• off if the output contact is open,
• LED blinking (short ON time, long OFF time) when
the output contact is locked open
• LED blinking (long ON time, short OFF time) when
the output contact is locked closed.
All outputs feature a memory status, meaning that the relay contacts return to their state (On or Off) before supply voltage disruption when grid
connection is re-established. In addition, the modules equipped with memory (e.g.: 001DD4I4UMR16) have a bistable relay output that retains its
state even during power outage (the bistable relay has two coils for the control of the output contact. One for opening the contact, the other for
closing. The coils are controlled by electrical impulses and contact switches only when a coil receives the impulse. The contact therefore retains
the position acquired regardless of the supply voltage of the module. Furthermore, the coils absorb current only during impulse duration, with a
consequent reduction of the current absorption of the module and increase of average relay life).
In order to reduce total power consumption of the modules, memory modules should be used when outputs control electrical loads powered over
long intervals of time. In these cases, the bistable relay offers the advantage of not absorbing current when the utilities are powered.
Output contact rating should be chosen carefully (16 A or 6 A) according to the load to be controlled as reported in the technical specifications
tables. From a general point of view, 16 A output contacts should be implemented for lamp control, while for the control of shutter motors can
also take 6 A output contacts.
28
he¡Bus Line
To output modules
Max 15 m
230 V AC
001DD4I4UR16
NO buttons
On/Off
Open / Close
29
30
input and output modules for RECESSED INSTALLATION
001DD4I4UR6
001DD4I3UR6
001DD4I2UR6
Module w/4 digital inputs, and 4 6 A
relay outputs
Features 4 inputs to connect push buttons
or contacts of 24 V DC technology signals
and 4 relay outputs with NO contact for
controlling of max 230 V AC 6 A electrical
loads. A flange for wall mounting makes
it perfect for controlling lamps, blinds and
motorized shutters.
Installable in junction boxes.
Module w/4 digital inputs, and 3 6 A
relay outputs
Features4 inputs to connect push buttons
or contacts of 24 V DC technology signals
and 3 relay outputs with NO contact for
controlling of max 230 V AC 6 A electrical
loads. A flange for wall mounting makes
it perfect for controlling lamps, blinds and
motorized shutters.
Installable in junction boxes.
Module w/4 digital inputs, and 2 6 A
relay outputs
Features 4 inputs to connect push buttons
or contacts of 24 V DC technology signals
and 2 relay outputs with NO contact for
controlling of max 230 V AC 6 A electrical
loads. A flange for wall mounting makes
it perfect for controlling lamps, blinds and
motorized shutters.
Installable in junction boxes.
Dimensions without flange:
85 x 56 x 40 mm
Dimensions without flange:
85 x 56 x 40 mm
Dimensions without flange:
85 x 56 x 40 mm
Note: The input can be programmed to send a single, zone, remote or multiple command (function available for a single module input) via he¡Bus.
DESCRIPTION
Type
Power supply (V DC)
Current draw at 24 VDC (mA)
Inputs
Input Operation
Input cable length (m)
Outputs
Output Operation
Controllable loads at 230 V AC (A)
Resistive load (A)
001DD4I4UR6
11 ÷ 110
4 relays x 6 A monostable NO - C
001DD4I3UR6
22 ÷ 24
11 ÷ 80
4 digital
Active when connected to negative
5 max.
3 relays x 6 A monostable NO - C
11 ÷ 60
2 relays x 6 A monostable NO - C
NO contact
Relay 6
6
Incandescent lamps and ferromagnetic
transformers (A)
3.5
Fluorescent and energy saving
lamps (A)
0.5
Electronic Transformer (A)
Engines cos φ 0.6 (A)
BUS communication indicator LED
Module communication indicator LED
Dimensions (mm)
Weight (g)
Casing material
Operating temperature (°C)
Storage temperature (°C)
Relative humidity during operation (%)
Relative humidity during storage (%)
Reverse polarity protection
BUS protection fuse (mA)
Directives
Compliance with Directive
001DD4I2UR6
1.5
1
Blue
Yellow
41 x 30 x 0.9
30
Black NYLON
-5 ÷ +40
-10 ÷ +50
93 Non-condensing
85 Non-condensing
YES
50 resettable
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The input / output modules 001DD4I4UR6, 001DD4I3UR6, 001DD4I2UR6, are devices to be installed in junction boxes of electrical installations. They
can also be accommodated in the shutter boxes if used to control the motors of the blinds.
For example, using the module 001DD4I2UR6, which has 4 digital inputs and 2 6 A relay outputs, it is possible to control a motor (motor control
requires two outputs of the module, one for the opening command, and one for closing).
The inputs, suitably connected to the buttons of the home automation series, installed in the vicinity of the shutter, allow local control for shutter
opening and closing. The maximum connection distance between the buttons and the input terminals of the modules is 5 m, thus greatly
facilitating installation.
Controlling the motor of blinds in this manner also allows the user to open and close all shutters simultaneously from a centralised point, by means
of additional system inputs, as well as replicate single and centralised commands via Touch Screen.
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230 V AC
001Dd4i2UR6
he¡Bus Line
To the rest of the
system
Max. 5 m
Local control buttons
Open
Close
230 V AC
001Dd4i2UR6
001DPS1A024V
Local
command
Local
command
001Dd4i2UR6
001Dd4i2UR6
Local
command
he¡Bus Line
001Dd4iS
Centralised command
Open all - Close all
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OPERATOR control modules
001DIFBSA
Operator control module
Allows control of 8 Came operators (i.e.:
Sipario automatic doors or Fast40 gate
automation) connected on the RS485
automation bus.
Dimensions:
2 DIN modules
DESCRIPTION
Type
Power supply (V DC)
Current draw at 24 VDC (mA)
RS485 Cable length (m)
BUS communication indicator LED
Module communication indicator LED
RS485 communication indicator LED
Dimensions (DIN modules)
Weight (g)
Casing material
Operating temperature (°C)
Storage temperature (°C)
Relative humidity during operation (%)
Relative humidity during storage (%)
Reverse polarity protection
BUS protection fuse (mA)
Directives
Compliance with Directive
001DIFBSA
22 ÷ 24
25
1000 (with UTP CAT5 AWG24)
Blue
Yellow
Red
2
77
White ABS
-5 ÷ +40
-10 ÷ +50
75 Non-condensing
75 Non-condensing
YES
50 resettable
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The control module 001DIFBSA allows interface of the BUS he¡Bus with the RS485 bus of last generation Came products.
Allows you to control up to 8 class CRP operators (e.g.: Sipario automatic doors or fast40 operators) connected to each other through the
specific bus. The control can be of ON/OFF type via digital inputs appropriately programmed, or advanced type via the touch screen terminal.
By connecting the module 001DIFBSA as shown in the block diagram, the main operations available via touch screen are as follows:
• sending commands for opening and closing to automation devices (automatic doors and gates) using the specific icons
• display the status (open/closed) of automation devices
• setting the operation parameters of the automatic door (e.g.: opening and closing speed, manual/automatic, only entry or exit)
• setting the operation parameters of the gate (e.g.: closing time, manual / automatic)
• execution of control tests
Thanks to this type of integration, automation devices can be installed in tandem with the other commands in specific control scenarios and be
controlled locally, as described, or remotely through iPhone or iPad equipped with the he¡Mobile application.
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Came OPERATORS BUS line
Sipario series
he¡Bus Line
Fast40 series
he¡Bus Line
001DPS1A024V
001DAST025
001DD8UR6
001DD8UR16
230 V AC
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LINE ISOLATION modules
001DISOHB
Bus line isolator modules
Allows you to isolate sections of the bus
line. Allows communication between
two sections of the system that are
appropriately powered. Isolates the section
affected to a failure (power outage or short
circuit) ensuring standard operation of the
remaining system network.
Dimensions:
2 DIN modules
DESCRIPTION
Type
Power supply (V DC)
Current draw at 24 VDC (mA)
BUS communication indicator LED
Module communication indicator LED
Power indicator LED
Faulty section indicator LED
Dimensions (DIN modules)
Weight (g)
Casing material
Operating temperature (°C)
Storage temperature (°C)
Relative humidity during operation (%)
Relative humidity during storage (%)
Reverse polarity protection
BUS protection fuse (mA)
Directives
Compliance with Directive
001DISOHB
22 ÷ 24
20
Blue
Yellow (not used)
Green
Red
2
75
White ABS
-5 ÷ +40
-10 ÷ +50
75 Non-condensing
75 Non-condensing
YES
50 resettable
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001DISOHB is a bus line isolator module. Allows isolation of bus line segments. Connecting the device as shown in the block diagram will ensure
the communication between two parts of the system, each powered by a dedicated power supply.
If a section is affected by one of the following faults:
• no power supply (24 V DC)
• short-circuit on power line
• bus line disconnected
• bus line short-circuit
this is isolated and does not interfere with operation of the rest of the system.
This type of connection becomes very useful even when it is necessary to disconnect a section of the system to perform maintenance, in this case
the remaining part of the system continues to function as usual.
For details on using the isolator module see the"Installation Tips" section of this catalogue.
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he¡Bus Line
To output modules
+
24Vdc
-
Max 15 m
230 V AC
001DD4I4UR16
NO buttons
SECTION 2
(First floor example)
On/Off
Open / Close
he¡Bus Line
To output modules
+
24Vdc
-
Max 15 m
230 V AC
001DD4I4UR16
NO buttons
SECTION 1
(Ground floor example)
On/Off
Open / Close
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analogue modules
001DA2I10V
001DA3U10V
Module with 2 0 - 10 V DC analogue outputs
Features 2 0 - 10 V DC analogue inputs for measuring analogue
signals from sensors with 0 - 10 V DC analogue output for measuring
humidity, brightness, level, etc. Flush mounting with type 503 box.
Module with 3 0 - 10 V DC analogue outputs
Features 3 0 -10 V DC outputs for dimmer control of incandescent
lamps, ballasts for fluorescent lamps and electronic regulators with
input voltage of 0 - 10 V DC.
Dimensions:
41 x 29 x 10 mm
Dimensions:
2 DIN modules
DESCRIPTION
Type
Power supply (V DC)
Current draw at 24 VDC (mA)
Outfeed current (mA)
Inputs
Input cable length (m)
Exits
Output cable length (m)
BUS communication indicator LED
Module communication indicator LED
Dimensions (mm / DIN modules)
Weight (g)
Casing material
Operating temperature (°C)
Storage temperature (°C)
Relative humidity during operation (%)
Relative humidity during storage (%)
Output protection (ohm)
Reverse polarity protection
BUS protection fuse (mA)
Directives
Compliance with Directive
001DA2I10V
001DA3U10V
22 ÷ 24
22
2 analogue
15
-
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1
3 analogue
15
Blue
Yellow
41 x 30 x 9
30
Black NYLON
2
130
White ABS
-5 ÷ +40
-10 ÷ +50
93 Non-condensing
85 Non-condensing
Internal resistance of 330
Diode and resistor of 100
YES
50 resettable
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The analogue input modules allow the BUS to send a digital signal proportional to an analogue unit of measure, represented by a voltage applied to
the input that can vary from 0 to 10 V DC. For example, the signal coming from a generic brightness sensor with standard output of 0 - 10 V DC can
be connected to the input of the analogue module, which will send the signal via home automation BUS so that the system can process it.
The analogue input module can be programmed to send the input value via BUS according to the following main modes:
• Only query.
The input value is sent to a PC or a touch screen connected to the bus system upon request.
• ASS (Automatic Status Sending).
The input value is sent when set thresholds are exceeded.
• Automatic activation.
Digital or analogue output modules can be activated when set thresholds are exceeded.
This principle allows system connectivity of all sensors with standard 0 -10 V DC output (brightness, temperature, humidity, etc.) along with
activation of analogue or digital outputs according to the value of the input. This value can also be displayed on the touch screen through a special
scrolling icon. (Diagram A)
Similarly, the analogue output modules provide a standard 0 - 10 V DC signal representing an analogue value processed by the home automation
system. The analogue output can then be connected to standard operators with standard input 0 - 10 V DC input.
A typical case of use of the analogue output is the manual adjustment of light intensity of a light fixture. This application can be implemented by
programming the analogue output in Dimmer mode and matching this to the command sent from one or more digital inputs with relative button
connection. By pushing of the button the output switches from On to Off in step by step mode.
While holding down the button, the output signal varies from 0 to 10 V allowing, via a 0-10 V dimmer, to adjust the brightness of the lamp
connected (in this case the lamp type used depends on the type of dimmer installed). (Diagram B)
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Diagram A
Light sensor
with standard
output
he¡Bus Line
0-10 V DC
001DA2I10V
Diagram B
230 V AC
009DLARERN0865
001Dd4iS
001DA3U10V
Analogue output
command
Output
standard 0-10V
001DPS1A024V
he¡Bus Line
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INSTALLATION EXAMPLE - PLAN
In this example, the home automation
system provides for the control of 4 light
points, one of which is dimmed and three
On / Off type, control of three shutter motors
with local control and a scenario (multiple
control) to switch off all the lights and lower
all the shutters.
The commands are reproduced on the
Touch Screen.
T3
P11
P12
L4
P6
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L1
L2
L3
L4
Dimmable room light
Bathroom light
Kitchen light
Living room light
T1
T2
T3
Bedroom shutter
Kitchen shutter
Living room shutter
L2
P4
P2
TS
P1
P5
P13
L1
L3
P3
P7
P8
P9
P10
T2
T1
P1-P2-P3
P4
P5
P6
P7-P8
P9-P10
P11-P12
P13
Dimmer command for living room light
Bathroom light command
Kitchen light command
Living room light command
Open-close bedroom shutter command
Open-close kitchen shutter command
Open-close living room shutter command
GOING OUT Scenario command switches off all
lights and closes all shutters.
TS
Touch Screen (optional for small systems)
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installation example - DIAGRAM
Through the SW he¡Bus software you can assign an identification number "Serial Number" (SN) to each module. The single input or single output will
be identified in the system by the serial and sequence numbers of the module (e.g.: Module 2 Input 3, module 7 output 2, etc).
In addition, using the SW he¡Bus makes it possible to program all home automation modules completely and match inputs to outputs as shown in
the following table.
OUTPUTS
001DD4I2UR6
SN 4
001DD4I2UR6
SN 5
T1
1
MODULES
001DD4IS
SN 2
INPUTS
001DD4IS
SN 3
001DD4I2UR6
SN 4
001DD4I2UR6
SN 5
001DD4I2UR6
SN 6
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INPUT NO.
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
BUTTON
P1
P2
P3
P13
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
-
001DD4I2UR6
SN 6
T2
2
1
T3
2
1
2
001DA3U10V
SN 9
L1
1
2
3
001DD2UR16
SN 8
001DD2UR16
SN 7
L2
1
L3
2
L4
1
OFF
ON/OFF
OFF
OFF
DIMMER
CLOSE
CLOSE
CLOSE
OFF
ON/OFF
ON/OFF
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
2
The block diagram of the system described is as follows:
230 V AC
T1
T2
T3
001DPS1A024V
001Dd4iS
001Dd4iS
P7-P8
P9-P10
001Dd4i2UR6
P1 P2 P3
001Dd4i2UR6
P11-P12
001Dd4i2UR6
P4 P5 P6 P13
NS2
NS3
he¡Bus Line
NS4
NS9
he¡Touch
001DA3U10V
NS5
NS8
001DD2UR16
NS6
NS7
001DD2UR16
009DLARERN0865
L1
L2
L3
L4
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temperature control
Traditional temperature control systems in multi-level and large houses have several limitations. For example,
traditional thermostats or chrono-thermostats are able to detect the temperature of the building only at the
point where they are installed. Environment temperature near the thermostat may be equal to the value set,
while this may be higher or lower in points that are further away.
In addition, any temperature control program that provides precise temperatures for different times of day
necessarily involves all environments without any diversification.
These considerations led to the creation of modern temperature control systems, which provide the possibility
of dividing the house into "temperature zones", with precise adjustments for each zone.
The temperature of each zone is monitored by specific probes installed per area.
In addition, the target climate with different temperatures throughout the day can be programmed for each
temperature zone.
The he¡ system Touch Screen incorporates evolved system operation corresponding to a temperature control
unit that allows you to control up to 24 temperature zones with programs fully customizable by the user. The
temperature of the entire house can be managed from a single point.
HEAT. Every room, every moment, every environment needs its climate
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53probes
55 temperature control program
56installation EXAMPLES
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temperature control
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probes
001DAST025N
001DAST025B
Temperature probe module
Temperature sensor with an accuracy of 0.5 °C, connects directly to
the he¡Bus home automation bus and is used to measure ambient
temperature.
An optional potentiometer for the local temperature adjustment can be
connected.
Can be housed in a hole cap of any black recessed home series.
Supplied with drilling template.
Temperature probe module
Temperature sensor with an accuracy of 0.5 ° C, connects directly to
the he¡Bus home automation bus and is used to measure ambient
temperature. An optional potentiometer for the local temperature
adjustment can be connected.
Can be housed in a hole cap of any white recessed home series.
Supplied with drilling template.
Dimensions:
41 x 29 x 9 mm
Dimensions:
41 x 29 x 9 mm
DESCRIPTION
Type
Power supply (V DC)
Current draw at 24 VDC (mA)
Inputs
Temperature measure range (°C)
Accuracy (° C)
BUS communication indicator LED
Module communication indicator LED
Input status indicator LED
Output status indicator LED
Dimensions (mm)
Weight (g)
Casing material
Operating temperature (°C)
Storage temperature (°C)
Relative humidity during operation (%)
Relative humidity during storage (%)
Reverse polarity protection
BUS protection fuse (mA)
Directives
Compliance with Directive
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001DAST025
22 ÷ 24
20
1 analogue input 0-10 V DC
-5 ÷ +40
0.5
Blue
Yellow
22 x 32 x 12
50
Plastic
-5 ÷ +40
-10 ÷ +50
93 Non-condensing
85 Non-condensing
YES
50 resettable
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The temperature control system is composed of the 001DAST025N or 001DAST025B probe which measures and sends the environmental temperature
via BUS, a Touch Screen of the he¡ system and an output module for the control of the solenoid valves.
A specific temperature control SW is installed in all Touch Screen models to control up to 24 temperature zones, also providing the ability to set up
to 8 winter temperature and 8 summer temperature programs and match them to the days of the week.
The probe measures the temperature in the room where it is installed and sends the data to the Touch Screen, which displays the temperature read
together with the set temperature. A potentiometer can also be connected to the probe to perform local temperature setting of + / - 3 ° C from the
temperature set on the temperature control program, or completely deactivate the setting. The Touch Screen, once the information is received,
sends commands to the output modules for the activation of the solenoid valves in the temperature zone.
The touch screen graphical interface pages allow the user to change the daily programs and select the season and automatic or manual mode at
any time.
001DAST025N
Installation
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temperature control program
Manual settings
Season change
Temperature control
Automatic settings
Season change
Access
program
Edit
program
Move cursor
Change set value
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installation examples
In this example, the home automation system controls 3 heating zones with independent temperature control programs implemented through 3
temperature probes and Touch Screen.
S1
TS
S2
S3
S1 Zone 1 probe - Living room
S2 Zone 2 probe - Bathroom
S3 Zone 3 probe - Bedroom
TS Touch Screen programmed for thermoregulation
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The block diagram of the system described is as follows:
he¡Bus Line
S1
001DAST025N
S2
001DAST025N
S3
001DD8UR6
he¡Touch
001DAST025N
001DPS1A024V
Temp. zone
solenoid valve
230 V AV
In addition to the ON-OFF control of solenoid valve, the system also allows, in a similar manner, control of fan coil devices. They mount an internal
fan that serves to diffuse warm or cold air and whose speed is controlled by the system output modules.
The fan speed is adjusted proportionally based on the difference between the temperature set from the touch screen and that measured by the
probe. The fan coil has 5 control speeds.
he¡Bus Line
S1
001DAST025N
S2
001DAST025N
he¡Touch
001DD8UR6
001DPS1A024V
230 V AV
Using the programming software for "001DSWMAPC" touch screen terminals it is possible, in a simple and intuitive manner, to set the number of
zones that the Touch Screen manages, its temperature programs and their weekly schedule.
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lighting
Lighting plays a vital role in creating a pleasant living environment and it must meet the needs and requests at
hand, ready to adapt to any changes, of the occupants.
Traditional lighting makes room for new intelligent light management systems where colour takes centre stage.
New scenarios and unique atmospheres are available to users who can customize the environment with a
simple gesture.
The he¡ home automation system allows the user to manage RGB lamps from the Touch Screen which,
starting from the basic colours (red, green and blue) recreate every nuance in varying degree of brightness.
Complete customization of their environment thanks to a simple gesture or automatically through
programming of time schedules.
LIGHT. Strong and vibrant, suffused and delicate, light and bright, colours create the mood.
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61dali and dmx system interfaces
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lighting
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dali and dmx system interfaces
001DDALI-32
001DDMX-512
DALI control module
Allows control of 32 DALI channels (1 DALI channel = 1 lamp w/
dimmable electronic ballast DALI) for light intensity adjustment via DALI
standard 2-wire bus.
DMX control module
Allows control of 16 DMX channels for light intensity adjustment via
DMX standard 3-wire bus.
Particularly suitable for RGB lamp control.
Dimensions:
3 DIN modules
Dimensions:
2 DIN modules
DESCRIPTION
Type
Power supply (V DC)
Current draw at 24 VDC (mA)
Maximum number of controlled channels
BUS communication indicator LED
Module communication indicator LED
Dimensions (DIN modules)
Weight (g)
Casing material
Operating temperature (°C)
Storage temperature (°C)
Relative humidity during operation (%)
Relative humidity during storage (%)
Reverse polarity protection
BUS protection (mA)
Directives
Compliance with Directive
001DDALI-32
001DDMX-512
22 ÷ 24
350
32 DALI
50
16 DMX
Blue
Yellow
3
2
110
White ABS
-5 ÷ +40
-10 ÷ +50
93 Non-condensing
85 Non-condensing
YES
50 Resettable Fuses
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The DALI 001DDALI-32 control module makes it possible to interface the he¡Bus protocol with the DALI (Digital Addressable Lighting Interface) BUS
protocol used to control light intensity. As shown in the diagram, the standard DALI BUS interconnects the DALI ballasts and is connected to the
interface module. One module can control 32 channels (each channel corresponds to one ballast) and therefore 32 individually dimmable lamps. Up
to 16 001DDALI-32 modules can be connected to manage 512 channels. (diagram A)
The Touch Screen allows the user to adjust the brightness of each lamp through the commands displayed in the programmed graphical user
interfaces. Groups of RGB lamps (fluorescent lamps consist of three red-green-blue) operated manually or automatically can also be controlled using
the "Manage RGB lamps" section.
Similarly, the 001DDDMX-512 control module allows interface between the he¡Bus protocol with DMX512 (Digital MultipleX) BUS protocol used
mainly for the control of lamps or RGB LEDs. As shown in the diagram, DMX BUS interconnects the DMX decoders and is connected to the
interface module. A 001DDMX-512 module allows you to control 16 channels (e.g.: a three-colour RGB LED spotlight uses three channels, one per
colour). Up to 16 001DDMX-512 modules can be connected to manage 256 channels.
Also in this case light intensity of each channel can be adjusted using the Touch Screen via the "RGB Lamps Management" above, thus obtaining
the desired light scenarios. (Diagram B)
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Diagram A
he¡Bus Line
he¡Touch Line
001DDALI-32
DALI ballast - example
DALI BUS
DALI ballast - example
230 V AC N L
Diagram B
he¡Bus Line
DMX DRIVER
he¡Touch
RED
GREEN
BLUE
COM
DMX512
IN
001DDMX512
DMX512
OUT
Power supply
DMX DRIVER
DMX BUS
RGB Led
RED
GREEN
BLUE
COM
DMX512
IN
DMX512
OUT
RGB Led
Power supply
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energy management
Modern homes require an increasing number of electric devices with power consumption that often escape
control. Blackouts are becoming more frequent, as the energy demand of our plant is often greater than the
limits set by the supply contract.
Connecting two or more appliances only to find yourself in a pitch black room due to grid overload is a very
common problem and quite discomforting, especially when considering that system recovery controls of the
main trip switch are located outside the house.
All this can be easily avoided with the load control module provided by the he¡ system which, in case of
excessive power demand, disconnects the less important electrical loads and puts them back on line when
more appropriate. In addition, estimated electricity consumption is always updated and visible on the Touch
Screen to help select the most convenient energy supply plans.
RESOURCES. Energy balance: no more blackouts.
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67 load control modules
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energy management
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load control modules
001DATC20A
Load control module
Prevents power supply disruption due to overload.
It is capable of controlling up to 8 loads by controlling an equal number
of relay actuators.
Compatible with single-phase line with max. power of 15 kW;
equipped with CT (current transformer)
Dimensions:
2 DIN modules
DESCRIPTION
Type
Power supply (V DC)
Current draw at 24 VDC (mA)
Maximum power (W)
CT Current transformer
001DATC20A
22 ÷ 24
15
15
1 / 1000
CT Input cable length (m)
0.4
BUS communication indicator LED
Blue
Module communication indicator LED
Dimensions (DIN modules)
CT size (mm)
Weight (module + CT) (g)
Casing / Material
Yellow
2
40 x 38 x 18 - Ø 12 connection hole
100
White / ABS
Operating temperature (°C)
-5 ÷ +40
Storage temperature (°C)
-10 ÷ +50
Relative humidity during operation (%)
93 Non-condensing
Relative humidity during storage (%)
85 Non-condensing
Directives
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The 001DATC20A load control module allows to control the absorption of 8 electrical loads so that the total sum of their consumption does not exceed
the limits set by the supply contract.
A current transformer (CT) is connected downstream of the utility counter circuit breaker for which you want to measure outfeed current and, if it
exceeds the threshold, the 001DATC20A module connected to the CT takes the less important loads off line so that consumption values remain
​​
within
correct parameters. The utilities are then reconnected once the total value of the absorbed current falls below the limit value. This allows the circuit
breaker fitted to the counter from tripping.
The maximum number of utilities that can be controlled are 8, and each of them is assigned to an order of priority from 1 (lowest priority, the load is
disconnected first) to 8 (highest priority, the load is disconnected last).
As shown in the block diagram the module sends, via BUS to an output module, the On and Off commands necessary to disconnect and reconnect
the electrical utilities that can be connected to a single output module or distributed across multiple BUS modules. The relays in the output module
provide power to the loads controlled. The Touch Screen displays the status of various electric utilities and the total consumption, as well as provide
a range of statistical data on measured consumption.
The module can be configured for 5 different types of supply contract: 3 kW; 4,5 kW; 6 kW, 10 kW; 15 kW.
The loads, such as the refrigerator, which must never be disconnected, must be connected directly to the line and their consumption will be
considered for the calculation of the electricity total absorption. It is also possible, by Touch Screen, to temporarily exclude from automatic control
one or more loads, reverting to their manual control.
Note: The range of the output contacts of the 001DD8UR16 module is 16 A with resistive load. As shown in the section on device technical specs the
range varies depending on applied load. If current carrying capacity is insufficient, you can use the contacts of the module to control the outputs of
the 001DD8UR16 module to control the 009DC230V20A relays (listed in the accessories section).
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he¡Touch
he¡Bus Line
CT
001DATC20A
001DD8UR6
230 V AC
009DC230V20A
009DC230V20A
009DC230V20A
001DPS1A024V
Loads
not controlled
Priority 4
Priority 3
Priority 2
Priority 1
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sound system
Music in every room of the house is an integral part of today's level of comfort required for a modern home.
The he¡ home automation system allows you to control the sound diffusion and choose your favourite music
for each environment.
Here the scenarios also take on a musical guise; every area of ​​the house will play the music desired by its
occupants, which can effortlessly be changed at any moment.
Different music for different rooms!
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73sound system modules
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sound system
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sound system modules
001DAUDIOX
Audio matrix control module
Allows sound system control.
Available for TUTONDO and VIVALDI audio matrices.
Dimensions:
2 DIN modules
DESCRIPTION
Type
Power supply (V DC)
Current draw at 24 VDC (mA)
Outputs
Length RS-232 cable (shielded 1x0,5 mm2 +2x0,22 mm2) (m)
BUS communication indicator LED
Module communication indicator LED
Dimensions (DIN modules)
Weight (g)
Casing material
Operating temperature (°C)
Storage temperature (°C)
Relative humidity during operation (%)
Relative humidity during storage (%)
Reverse polarity protection
BUS protection fuse (mA)
Directives
Compliance with Directive
001DAUDIOX
22 ÷ 24
22
RS232
10
Blue
Yellow
2
68
White ABS
-5 ÷ +40
-10 ÷ +50
93 Non-condensing
85 Non-condensing
YES
50 resettable
EMC
EN 60065
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The he¡ home automation system features the management of the sound system in the various rooms of the house using the connection to pro
sound systems. Thanks to the 001DAUDIOX interface module it is possible to interface the home automation system with sound control units (audio
matrices).
As shown in the block diagram, an audio matrix typically receives audio signals from various sound sources (CD, Tuner, MP3, etc.) at its inputs, it
amplifies them and sends them to speakers installed throughout the house. The 001DAUDIOX module connects to the RS232 port of the audio matrix
and converts the commands it receives on the he¡Bus line into the matrix protocol.
A dedicated audio matrix control program, installed in the he¡Touch allows the commands available on the front of the sound system control unit to
be reproduced on the Touch Screen. You can then select a room and choose the desired sound source from those available, as well as adjust the
volume and tone.
This type of connection has the great advantage of being able to integrate audio control into the various scenarios programmed. The programmable
timer then allows automatic activation, at the set time, of your favourite music for every room of the house.
The 001DAUDIOX module supports connectivity to the main audio matrices of Tutondo and Vivaldi (only available for Colour Touch Screen).
D6
D3
TS
D4
D5
D2
AM
D1
D1-D
D3-D4
D5-D6
Zone 1 speakers - Bedroom
Zone 1 speakers - Bathroom
Zone 1 speakers - Living room
Audio matrix
AM
TS
he¡Touch
In the example the home automation system controls a sound system audio matrix.
The example refers to a house with three zones (bathroom, bedroom, living room) each with two speakers, an audio matrix and a touch screen.
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he¡Touch
he¡Bus Line
Sound sources
(CD, Tuner, MP3 etc.)
001DAUDIOX
230 V AC
RS232 Line
Audio matrix
001DPS1A024V
Speakers - zone
3
Speakers - zone
1
Speakers - zone
2
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system
supervision
The Touch Screen terminals are used for supervision and control of the entire home automation system.
They are in fact able to control all home automation modules and the security system. The range of terminals,
wide and varied, designed to meet all system requirements offers inexpensive monochromatic devices with a
blue background and high quality colour devices.
The Touch Screen terminals of the he¡ system, available in various sizes, have a simple and intuitive interface,
modern design, and come with frames that can be chosen from a wide range of colours, for better integration
into any environment.
Installing one or more Touch Screen terminals in a home automation system means providing the system with
a number of useful features that enhance its ergonomics.
Once glance for full home automation control!
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77system supervision
79colour touch screen terminals
87
frames for touch screens
89 monochrome touch screen terminals
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system supervision
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colour touch screen terminals
002DTS600C
002DTS800C
6.4" colour touch screen terminal
320 x 240 Resolution
Home automation control via customisable pages with images of the
different rooms.
Customise with frame and flush-mounting box.
8.4" colour touch screen terminal
800 x 600 Resolution
Home automation control via customisable pages with images of the
different rooms.
Customise with frame and flush-mounting box.
Flush-mounting box dimensions
001DTSBOX06
196 x 159 x 70 mm - Stainless Steel.
Flush-mounting box dimensions
001DTSBOX08
248 x 183 x 70 mm - Stainless Steel.
002DTS1000C
002DTS1200C
10.4" colour touch screen terminal
800 x 600 Resolution
Home automation control via customisable pages with images of the
different rooms.
Customise with frame and flush-mounting box.
12.1" colour touch screen terminal
800 x 600 Resolution
Home automation control via customisable pages with images of the
different rooms.
Customise with frame and flush-mounting box.
Flush-mounting box dimensions
001DTSBOX10
284 x 231 x 70 mm - Stainless Steel.
Flush-mounting box dimensions
001DTSBOX12
315 x 266 x 70 mm - Stainless Steel.
DESCRIPTION
Type
Power supply (V DC)
Absorption (mA)
Dimensions (W X H X D mm)
Dimensions (")
Weight (g)
Resolution (pixels)
Operating temperature (°C)
Storage temperature (°C)
Relative humidity during operation (%)
Relative humidity during storage (%)
Directives
Compliance with Directive
002DTS600C
180 - w/ 700 brightness
203 x 161 x 60
6.4
904
640 x 480
002DTS800C
002DTS1000C
16 ÷ 24
190 - w/ 700 brightness
258 x 185 x 60
294 x 233 x 60
8.4
10.4
1102
1266
800 x 600
-5 ÷ +40
-10 ÷ +50
93 Non-condensing
85 Non-condensing
EMC
EN 50428
002DTS1200C
210 - w/ 700 brightness
330 x 268 x 60
12.1
1380
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The he¡ system colour Touch Screen system, in 6.4 "- 8.4" - 10.4 "- 12.1" models, allow supervision and control of the entire home automation
system using actual colour images of different rooms. Installing one or more Colour Touch Screens in a home automation system not only adds the
following features:
• Temperature control,
• Lighting, Energy Management,
• Sound system control,
• Remote connection,
as described in the relevant chapters, but also enhances the system with the features listed below, along with its visual control.
• Navigation by images. You can load, during programming, digital photos of the rooms of the house to then select them in the operational
phase. When one of the rooms is selected, the commands for all the devices installed in that particular room (e.g.: On/Off light or dimmer light
commands, shutter motor commands, etc.) will appear in the form of touch-sensitive icons.
• Displaying images from video cameras.. One or more video cameras can be connected to terminal to show the various areas of the house.
Connecting to the security alarm system control unit to the terminals shows any area generating an active alert.
• Security system management. The terminal allows control of the security system using the virtual keyboard to activate and deactivate the
connected control unit. The images of the various rooms can show all the detectors installed in the field. In the event of an alarm, the detector
from which the alarm is coming will be highlighted.
The terminal connects to CP series control units through the 001SIFTS01 interface (see Security catalogue).
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• Scenario management. The terminal incorporates a full scenario control unit. It is in fact possible to program a series of scenarios to
simultaneously control multiple devices (e.g.: "Night" scenario: close all the shutters, turn off all the lights, engage the intruder alarm system, set
the night temperature). The user can also customise and modify one or more scenarios based on variable requirements, starting from those set
during installation.
• Programmable timer. Allows you to run various scenarios, programmed during installation or those programmed by the user, automatically at
scheduled times. The timer can set 8 programs with 40 actions each and combine them with the days of the week.
• Control logics. It enables control logics to be programmed using the traditional logic operators (AND OR NOT IF THEN ELSE) to subordinate
certain activations when certain conditions occur (e.g.: enable a shutter to be lowered only if the wind detector gives the relative consent).
In addition, the Touch Screen terminals are the ideal solution for centralized touch control points to be used in place of the normal home automation
buttons. This avoids the use of mechanical devices that are often noisy and subject to wear over time and implements technological systems with
graphic terminals.
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As shown in the block diagram below, the Touch Screens are interconnected via a Hub or Switch device on the LAN.
The first terminal, configured as a master, connects to the LAN line and he¡Bus line for the control of automation devices and RS232 line to control
the security system. You can connect additional terminals (for a total of 8 Touch Screens) with the same functionality that operate as slave terminals.
The cameras can be IP-type, connected directly to the LAN, or analogue-type that connects via the 001DVS01 video server.
The system is compatible with the main cameras listed below:
• Afreey P/T Camera ANC-808V
• Aviosys IP Video 9100 A PLUS
• Axis 2100
• Axis 212 PTZ
• Axis 213/214 PTZ
• Axis M1054
• Axis M1104
• Digital ID VIEW
• Intellinet INS-202
• Intellinet INT-L10
• Intellinet INT-L200P
• Interllinet IP-desk3
• Intellinet NVC30-IR
• Panasonic WV-SP105
• Sony SNC-CS3P
• Sony SNC-DF40P
The system can also be controlled locally via iPhone and iPad. These devices must install the he¡Mobile app, available from the Apple Store. The
application allows the device to connect via Wi-Fi to the touch screen configured as master and download the entire graphical interface to control
the system.
In this case, the system must contain a colour touch screen, selected from those available in the catalogue, and a Wi-Fi access point. The iPhone
does not replace the touch screen, it replicates the controls provided on board. This solution provides a supervision device, dedicated to the system,
able to guarantee a high stability of the whole system and a convenient portable device for controlling home automation functions from any point of
the house.
The home automation system can also be controlled by a standard PC connected on the LAN, suitably equipped with the 001DSWPC software.
By means of this program, the PC is connected directly to the master touch screen and downloads, as in the previous case, the entire graphical
interface.
iPhone, iPad and PC thus allow system control and display the pictures and commands normally available on the touch screen.
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Local PC with software
LAN
001DSWPC
Video server for
analog cameras
IP Camera
Wi-Fi access point
iPad
iPhone
Hub or Switch
RS232 Line
001SIFTS01
Alarm control
unit
Master terminal
Slave
Slave
terminal
terminal
he¡Bus Line
Volumetric
001DPS1A024V
001DAST025N
001DD8UR6
001DD8UR16
detectors
230 V AC
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The colour touch screen terminals are also designed to function as internal stations of BPT video entry systems. As shown in the diagram the
connection between the he¡ home automation system and BPT systems is implemented through the 001DVS02 interface module.
The module, consisting of a video server, allows video signal transmission from an external BPT unit to the LAN, and therefore make it available for a
touch screen (colour version only) connected to the same network.
A page that displays the capture from the video entry system camera is assigned to a touch screen page. This page is automatically displayed on
the touch screen when receiving a call from the external unit. The touch screen on the network is then able to view images from the camera and
communicate with the external BPT via built-in microphone and speaker.
001DVS02 is compatible with the BPT X1 system, and thus with the external units of the Lithos and Thangram series.
When several touch screens are connected to the network, these can communicate to each other in intercom mode, each terminal allows
connection with another by selecting the option from a specific menu.
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230 V AC
001DVS02
Electric lock
Interface
he¡/BPT
IAV/300
Audio/Video
Interface
VAS/101
Power supplier
Power supply
BPT BUS Line
Outdoor BPT unit
LAN
Hub or Switch
Master terminal
Slave
Slave
terminal
terminal
he¡Bus Line
001DD8UR6
001DD8UR16
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The frames for graphical terminals are decorative elements available in three colours: silver, black
and white.
On request, all frames are customizable with a RAL® colour. This allows harmonious integration
into any ambience. To order a special frame, use the service codes listed below, adding the code
of the desired RAL colour.
E.g.: RAL 3020 red frame for 6.4 " Touch Screen 001DCF600RAL3020
RAL 1000
RAL 1001
RAL 1002
RAL 1003
RAL 1004
RAL 1005
RAL 1006
RAL 1007
RAL 1011
RAL 1012
RAL 1013
RAL 1014
RAL 1015
RAL 1016
RAL 1017
RAL 1018
RAL 1019
RAL 1020
RAL 1021
RAL 1023
RAL 1024
RAL 1027
RAL 1028
RAL 1032
RAL 1033
RAL 1034
RAL 2000
RAL 2001
RAL 2002
RAL 2003
RAL 2004
RAL 2008
RAL 2009
RAL 2010
RAL 2011
RAL 2012
RAL 3000
RAL 3001
RAL 3002
RAL 3003
RAL 3004
RAL 3005
RAL 3007
RAL 3009
RAL 3011
RAL 3012
RAL 3013
RAL 3014
RAL 3015
RAL 3016
RAL 3017
RAL 3018
RAL 3020
RAL 3022
RAL 3027
RAL 3031
RAL 4001
RAL 4002
RAL 4003
RAL 4004
RAL 4005
RAL 4006
RAL 4007
RAL 4008
RAL 4009
RAL 5000
RAL 5001
RAL 5002
RAL 5003
RAL 5004
RAL 5005
RAL 5007
RAL 5008
RAL 5009
RAL 5010
RAL 5011
RAL 5012
RAL 5013
RAL 5014
RAL 5015
RAL 5017
RAL 5018
RAL 5019
RAL 5020
RAL 5021
RAL 5022
RAL 5023
RAL 5024
RAL 6000
RAL 6001
RAL 6002
RAL 6003
RAL 6004
RAL 6005
RAL 6006
RAL 6007
RAL 6008
RAL 6009
RAL 6010
RAL 6011
RAL 6012
RAL 6013
RAL 6014
RAL 6015
RAL 6016
RAL 6017
RAL 6018
RAL 6019
RAL 6020
RAL 6021
RAL 6022
RAL 6024
RAL 6025
RAL 6026
RAL 6027
RAL 6028
RAL 6029
RAL 6032
RAL 6033
RAL 6034
RAL 7000
RAL 7001
RAL 7001
RAL 7002
RAL 7003
RAL 7004
RAL 7005
RAL 7006
RAL 7008
RAL 7009
RAL 7010
RAL 7011
RAL 7012
RAL 7013
RAL 7015
RAL 7016
RAL 7021
RAL 7022
RAL 7023
RAL 7024
RAL 7026
RAL 7030
RAL 7031
RAL 7032
RAL 7033
RAL 7034
RAL 7035
RAL 7036
RAL 7037
RAL 7038
RAL 7039
RAL 7040
RAL 7042
RAL 7043
RAL 7044
RAL 8000
RAL 8001
RAL 8002
RAL 8003
RAL 8004
RAL 8007
RAL 8008
RAL 8011
RAL 8012
RAL 8014
RAL 8015
RAL 8016
RAL 8017
RAL 8019
RAL 8022
RAL 8023
RAL 8024
RAL 8025
RAL 8028
RAL 9001
RAL 9002
RAL 9003
RAL 9004
RAL 9005
RAL 9010
RAL 9011
RAL 9016
RAL 9017
RAL 9018
RAL COLOURS
NOTE: The company reserves the unilateral right to refuse colour customization requests.
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frames for touch screens
001DCX380A
001DCF600A
001DCF800A
Frame for 3.8" monochrome touch
screen terminal 002DTS380M
Made of silver plexiglass.
Frame for 6.4" colour touch screen
terminal 002DTS600C
Made of low-profile silver plexiglass.
Frame for 8.4" colour touch screen
terminal 002DTS800C
Made of low-profile silver plexiglass.
Available colours:
001DCX380B - white
001DCX380N - black
001DCX380X - RAL upon request
Available colours:
001DCF600B - white
001DCF600N - black
001DCF600X - RAL upon request
Available colours:
001DCF800B - white
001DCF800N - black
001DCF800X - RAL upon request
Dimensions:
149 x 115 x 21 mm
Dimensions:
218 x 177 x 8 mm
Dimensions:
274 x 200.5 x 8 mm
001DCF1000A
001DCF1200A
001DCF1200
Frame for 10.4" colour touch screen
terminal 002DTS1000C
Made of low-profile silver plexiglass.
Frame for 12.1" colour touch screen
terminal 002DTS1200C
Made of low-profile silver plexiglass.
Frame for 12.1" colour touch screen
terminal 002DTS1200C
Made of glazed aluminium.
Available colours:
001DCF1000B - white
001DCF1000N - black
001DCF1000X - RAL upon request
Available colours:
001DCF1200B - white
001DCF1200N - black
001DCF1200X - RAL upon request
Dimensions:
387 x 325 x 6 mm
Dimensions:
309 x 248 x 8 mm
Dimensions:
345 x 283 x 8 mm
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Monochrome touch screen terminals
002DTS380M
3.8" Monochrome touch screen terminal
w/ monochrome blue backlit display.
320 x 240 resolution. It allows the management of home automation
via customisable graphical maps.
Customise with frame and flush-mounting box. Includes programming
software.
Flush-mounting box dimensions
001DTSBOX04 - 110 x 110 x 50 mm
DESCRIPTION
Type
Power supply (V DC)
Absorption (mA)
Dimensions (mm)
Dimensions (")
Weight (g)
Resolution (pixels)
Operating temperature (°C)
Storage temperature (°C)
Relative humidity during operation (%)
Relative humidity during storage (%)
Directives
Compliance with Directive
002DTS380M
12 ÷ 24
50 - 150 w/ lighting
130 x 195 x 60
3.8
236
320 x 240
-5 - +40
-10 - +50
93 Non-condensing
85 Non-condensing
EMC
EN 50428
89
The 002DTS380M Touch Screen terminal, the base element of the range of system supervision terminals, allows the supervision and control of the
home automation systems using simple graphical maps that virtually reproduce the floor plan of the house. Installation of one or more 002DTS380M
Touch Screen terminals in a security system means having the set of features described below along with complete visual control of the installed
system.
• Navigation through graphical maps.
The 002DTS380M monochrome terminal can be programmed so that the main page displays the floor plan of the rooms controlled by the home
automation system. When one of the rooms is selected, the commands for all the devices installed in that particular room (e.g.: On/Off light or
dimmer light commands, shutter motor commands, etc.) will appear in the form of touch-sensitive icons.
• Security system management.
The 002DTS380M terminal allows control of the security system using the virtual keyboard to activate and deactivate the connected control unit.
The floor plan can show all the detectors installed in the field and in the event of an alarm, the detector generating the alarm will be highlighted.
The terminal connects to CP series control units through the 001SIFTS01 interface (see Security Catalogue).
• Scenarios.
The 002DTS380M terminal incorporates a full-fledged scenario unit (available on the device programmed as master).
It is in fact possible to program a series of scenarios to simultaneously control multiple devices (e.g.: "Going Out" scenario: close all the shutters,
turn off all the lights, engage the intruder alarm system.
• Programmable timer.
Allows you to automatically launch the set scenarios (on the device programmed as master). The programmable timer can set 8 programs with 20
actions each, which can be matched to the days of the week.
• Temperature control.
The application is similar to the one shown in the relevant chapter for the Colour Touch Screen. A specific temperature control SW allows
complete control of up to 24 thermal zones, also providing the ability to set up to 8 winter temperature and 8 summer temperature programs and
match them to the days of the week. The Touch Screen works in tandem with the 001DAST025N probe that measures and sends via bus the value
of the ambient temperature. On the basis of the temperature values ​​received, the Touch Screen will then send commands to activate the zone
solenoid valves to the output modules.
Detector position
Controls in the
form of touch
sensitive icons.
Time programs
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As indicated in the block diagram shown below the 002DTS380M Touch Screen connects to both he¡Bus line for the control of automation devices
and the RS232 line for connection to the security system. The Touch Screen so connected assumes the function of the master terminal; 7 additional
terminals (for a total of 8 Touch Screens) can be connected to the he¡Bus which assume the function of the slave terminals.
002DTS380M
Master terminal
002DTS380M
Slave terminal
he¡Bus Line
RS232 Line
001SIFTS01
001DAST025N
Alarm control
001DD8UR6
unit
001DD8UR16
001DPS1A024V
Volumetric
detectors
230 V AC
The 002DTS380M Touch Screen terminals are the ideal solution for centralized touch control points to be used in place of the normal home
automation buttons. This avoids the use of mechanical devices that are often noisy and subject to wear over time and implements technological
systems with graphic terminals.
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92
remote control
A home automation system is not confined to the walls of the home, and must make all functions available
even when connecting to the system remotely. Home control must be readily available even when away.
The he¡ system can be fully controlled from a remote computer connected to the internet such as that
available locally on one of the Touch Screens installed inside the house.
It will therefore be possible to see the status of the various rooms, view cameras feed, run scenarios, control
the various utilities; therefore, allowing for both remote and local interaction with the system.
The house at your fingertips, wherever you are!
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93 remote control
95server unit
93
remote control
94
server unit
002DCPU01
Server unit
This provides remote control via internet of the he¡ home automation
system, via the Came server, of portable devices with the he¡Mobile
application or via a PC equipped with 001DSWPC software.
DESCRIPTION
Type
Power supply (V AC)
Absorption (mA)
Dimensions
Casing material
Operating temperature (°C)
Storage temperature (°C)
Relative humidity during operation (%)
Relative humidity during storage (%)
Directives
Compliance with Directive
002DCPU01
230
50
335 x 235 x 85 mm
Metal
-5 ÷ +40
-10 ÷ +50
93 Non-condensing
85 Non-condensing
BT - EMC
EN 50428
95
The touch screen network consists of a master and slave terminals which, in addition to local control, also allows the remote connection.
Remote connection is possible by installing the 002DCPU01 server, which allows to simplify the installation, manages Internet connectivity and ensures
a stable connection both safe and reliable.
In order to facilitate the remote connection to the home automation system, Came provides an automatic connection service.
Thanks to the 002DCPU01 server unit the system will automatically connect via Internet to the Came server; the user can in turn connect to the Came
server via the Internet and access the system as described hereafter.
• Via iPhone or iPad equipped with the appropriate he¡Mobile application. The application allows the device to connect to the touch screen
configured as master and download the entire graphical interface to control the system.
• Through PC with 001DSWPC software. By means of this program, the PC is connected directly to the master touch screen and downloads, as in
the previous case, the entire graphical interface.
iPhone and iPad and PC thus allow remote system control and display the pictures and commands normally available on the touch screen.
In both cases, to access the remote home automation system the user must enter their user information (Username and Password) in the device
used.
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REMOTE CONTROL
iPad
iPhone
Local PC with software
001DSWPC
Came Server
Internet
Internet
002DCPU01
Server Unit
Local PC
with software
001DSWPC
ADSL
Modem
Router
LAN
Alarm control unit
Hub or Switch
IP Camera
001SIFTS01
RS485
Line
Line
RS232
Master terminal
Keypad
Slave
Slave
terminal
terminal
he¡Bus Line
001DD8UR6
Expansion
Volumetric
input
modules
detectors
001DD8UR16
001DPS1A024V
230 V AC
001DVS02
Interface
Outdoor
BPT unit
he¡/BPT
IAV/300
Audio/Video
Interface
LAN
VAS/101
Power supplier
Power supply
BPT BUS Line
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98
system accessories
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system accessories
001DSWMAPC
001DVS01
001DDRUSB
CD with software license
Allows the customisation of graphical maps
and scenarios of the alarm and home
automation he¡Touch colour touch screen
terminals.
1 channel videoserver
Allows LAN connection of an analogue video
camera.
Kit for programming home automation
modules and 002DTS380M Touch Screen
The package contains: programming
software CD, RS232-RJ11 interface for
programming modules, RS232-USB
converter, a RJ11 socket for DIN rail and
a connector for PC to 002DTS380M Touch
Screen connection.
Directives
Compliance with Directive
EMC
EN 60065
001DSWPC
Supervision software
It allows the management of home
automation system via Internet connected
PC.
Directives
Compliance with Directive
009DC3X10NG4
001DVS02
Interface module for BPT video entry
systems
This device allows you to integrate BPT
video entry systems into the HEI home
automation system.
The module, consisting of a video server,
allows video signal transmission from an
external BPT unit to the LAN, and therefore
make it available for a touch screen (colour
version only) connected to the same
network.
Compatible with the BPT X1 system (external
units of the Lithos and Thangram series).
Dimensions:
99 x 107 x 32 mm
Directives
Compliance with Directive
100
Type FROR NPI BUS cable
Cross-section 3 x 1 mm ² (6.5 mm Ø
sheath).
Fit for data and 24 V DC power supply and
data transmission for home automation
modules connected to the he¡Bus bus.
Complies with CEI 20-22 II.
Operating voltage 300/500 V. 200 m coil.
EN 60065
001DRJ11
RJ11 socket for DIN rail for PC to he¡Bus
home automation connection through
the RS232-J11 dedicated interface
for programming home automation
modules.
009DLARERN0865
Dimmer w/ 0-10V input
When connected to an analogue output of
001DA3U10V module, it allows brightness
dimming of halogen or incandescent lamps.
Dimmer rating from 40W to 500W.
009DTSLANX
EMC
EMC
EN 50428
Ethernet crossover cable
Allows direct PC connection in order to
program the colour touch screen terminals.
Dimensions:
2 DIN modules
Directives
Compliance with Directives
BT - EMC
EN 60669-2-1
009DC230V20A
009DC115V20C
001DIF2UR6
Contactor with 1 NO + 1 NC 20 A
230 V AC contacts. 230 V AC coil
Fit for control of high power electrical loads
connected to the home automation modules
with relay output that actuate its coil. Ideal
for the cut-out of appliances such as
washing machines, dishwashers, microwave,
etc.
Contactor with 1 NO + 1 NC 20 A
250/440 V contacts. 110 V AC coil
Fit for control of high power electrical loads
connected to the home automation modules
with relay output that actuate its coil.
Ideal for the cut-out of appliances such as
washing machines, dishwashers, microwave,
etc.
Interface w/ 2 6 A relay outputs
It features 2 relay outputs with NO contact
for control of electrical loads (max 230 V
AC 6 A). Suitable interface of modules with
O.C. transistor outputs, lamps, shutters and
motorised awnings. Selectable hardware
interlock.
Type 503 Flush-mounting boxes.
Dimensions:
1 DIN module
Dimensions:
1 DIN module
Dimensions:
35 x 60 x 30 mm
Directives
BT - EMC
Directives
BT - EMC
Directives
BT - EMC
Compliance with Directive
EN 50428
Compliance with Directive
EN 50428
Compliance with Directive
EN 50428
001DPS1A024V
001DPS1A012V
009DST50541
Parallelable self-protected 24 V DC 1.5 A
power supply
Supply voltage: 230 V AC.
Output voltage: 24 V DC 1.5 A, provides
power to the modules connected to the
he¡Bus. home automation bus.
Parallel connection of several power supplies
to achieve the required supply voltage.
Parallelable self-protected 12 V DC 2 A
power supply
Supply voltage: 230 V AC.
Output voltage: 12 V DC 2 A.
Parallel connection of several power supplies
to achieve the required supply voltage
DMX Driver for RGB lighting fixtures
When connected to the 001DDMX-512
interface module allows brightness dimming
of RGB device (led spotlight or led strip) and
mixing of the three colours. DMX address
adjustable via dip-switch. Power supply:
12/24 V DC
Controllable load: 24 V / 5 A or 12 V / 4
Dimensions:
4 DIN modules
Directives
Compliance with Directives
Dimensions:
4 DIN modules
Directives
Compliance with Directives
BT - EMC
EN 60065 - EN 61000-6-1,
EN 61000-6-3
BT - EMC
EN 60065 - EN 61000-6-1,
EN 61000-6-3
Dimensions:
90 x 38 x 18 mm
Directives
Compliance with Directives
EMC
EN 50428
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102
Tips on Installation
Table of Contents
103 Tips on Installation
104 TYPE OF CONNECTIONS
105BRANCH LENGTHS
107
CONNECTING SEVERAL POWER PACKS AND LINE ISOLATORS
103
TYPE OF CONNECTIONS
Correctly installing the home automation system not only grants an immediate benefit from this action in itself, but also ensure a long and efficient
service life of the system resulting in end-user satisfaction.
The he¡ system was conceived and designed for effortless installation while making it simple and intuitive for users without eliminating or reducing
the typical features of a high level professional home automation system.
Respecting simple precautions, as indicated below, in the process of preparation and installation, results in a device with proven long-term reliability.
Main connection topologies are allowed: star, tree, BUS connection.
Star connection
Tree connection
BUS Connection
These configurations allow you to manage connections in the most convenient manner according to various installation requirements.
For proper operation, however, the BUS line must not be close circuited.
he¡Bus Line
NO
The 009DC3X10NG4 cable
It is strongly recommended to use 009DC3X10NG4 cable, for your
he¡ system, which has the following characteristics:
• 3-conductor copper cable w/ 1 mm ² cross-section
• Rated operating voltage: 300/500 V
• Test voltage: 2500 V
• Operating temperature: -10°C ÷ +80°C
• Max. conductor resistance at +20 ° C: 19.5 Ohm / km
• Min. Insulation resistance: > 200 Mhom/km
• External Diameter: 6.5 mm
• Complies with CEI 20-22 II.
• Type: NPI FROR
009DC3X10NG4
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BRANCH LENGTHS
Taking into consideration as shown in the diagram below, where a power supply powers a circuit with two branches, which in turn are divided into
several branches, the maximum length that each branch may have (understood as the sum of all the branches calculated from the point in which the
power supply is installed), is calculated by the following formula:
Kd
Itot
Ml=
Where
Ml
Kd
Itot
Maximum branch length
Constant for branch length calculation, set at 14.79
Current that flows through the branches of line (total power draw of connected modules)
300 m
150 m
150 m
he¡Bus Line
95 mA
95 mA
Modules
Modules
009DC3X10NG4
009DC3X10NG4
FROR BUS Cable
300/500 V
3 wires, 3x1 mm2
001DPS1A024V
Power supply 24 V 1,5 A
L
FROR BUS Cable
300/500 V
3 wires, 3x1 mm2
230 V AC
The following table shows possible branch lengths for various values of current:
Ml
Current (mA)
250
200
150
100
50
55
70
95
140
280
105
Example of installation with branches having different current flow:
250 m
200 m
50 m
he¡Bus Line
70 mA
280 mA
Modules
Modules
009DC3X10NG4
FROR BUS Cable
300/500 V
3 wires, 3x1 mm2
009DC3X10NG4
001DPS1A024V
Power supply 24 V 1.5 A
L
230 V AC
The distances shown are obtainable with the 009DC3X10NG4 cable.
CAME does not guarantee the functionality of the system if cables other than those recommended are used.
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FROR BUS Cable
300/500 V
3 wires, 3x1 mm2
CONNECTING SEVERAL POWER PACKS and line isolators
Branch length may exceed the values reported in the previous paragraph by using multiple power supplies. In
this case, we recommend the use of 001DISOHB bus line isolators as in the following diagram.
230 V AC
Modules
Section 1
e.g.: ground floor
he¡Bus Line
L
001DISOHB
Modules
001DPS1A024V
Power supply 24 V 1A
Modules
001DAST025N
Section 2
e.g.: first floor
Modules
he¡Bus Line
230 V AC
L
001DISOHB
Modules
001DPS1A024V
Power supply 24 V 1A
Section 3
e.g.: second floor
Modules
Modules
001DAST025N
he¡Bus Line
230 V AC
L
001DISOHB
001DPS1A024V
Power supply 24 V 1A
Modules
Modules
Regardless of the number of power supply packs the maximum length of the bus line must not be greater than 600.
Note: For more details on system sizing see the home automation manual on Came's website.
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REMARKS
108
REMARKS
109
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