LocalDisplayNewConfig
LocalDisplayNewConfig
Software Manual
07/12-01 PC
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Contents
1. Hardware and Software requirements
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2. Software update
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3. Fundamental concepts
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3.1 Function menus and pushbuttons
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3.2 Connecting the device to a PC
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3.3 Send the configuration 7
3.4 Receive the configuration
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3.5 Update the Firmware
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3.6 Device info request
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4. Project configuration
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4.1 Main screen
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4.2 Load control
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4.3 Temperature control
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4.4 Multichannel sound system
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4.5Scenarios
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4.6 Scheduled scenarios
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4.7 Energy Data
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4.8 Setting the currency
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4.9Parameters
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1. Hardware and Software requirements
System requirements*
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PC with Pentium > 2 GHz or similar
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CD-ROM
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Video resolution 800 x 600, 256 colours.
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Windows XP SP2 (32 bit), Windows Vista (32 bit or 64 bit) or Windows 7 (32 bit o 64 bit)
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1 MB RAM memory (XP)
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Hard Disk: 500 MB minimum free space available
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Microsoft™ Framework .NET 3.5 SP1
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Minimum browser requirements for correct display of the web pages: Internet Explorer ver. 7,
Firefox ver. 3, Chrome ver. 9, Safari ver. 4 are required.
However, for the energy supervision functions, the requirements for Internet Explorer are
higher: ver.8 with Google Frame plug‑in or better.
*For the constantly updated requirements visit the www.legrand.com website
Warning: The LocalDisplayNewConfig software is a necessary tool for appropriate
configuration of Local Display. The content of this software is protected by exclusive rights
owned by the company Legrand.
2. Software update
Once installed, the LocalDisplayNewConfig software will automatically search for any updated versions on
line.
If any are found, the user will be asked to enter a path for saving the new updated version of the executable file:
It will however still be possible to work using the current version, and install the update at a later
date.
3. Fundamental concepts
The LocalDisplayNewConfig software gives the possibility of configuring Local Display (using a
simple and intuitive procedure, with the creation of a customised project based on personal needs
and the actual system installed). The software also performs a check on the configuration, notifying any configuration errors.
Creating a new project
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Start LocalDisplayNewConfig
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Create a new project
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Send the data to the device
Modifying an existing project
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Receive the current configuration data from Local Display
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Make any changes
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Send the data of the completed project using Local Display.
With LocalDisplayNewConfig it is also possible to update the firmware versions of the devices
(“Update firmware”) with new versions released by Legrand.
Warning: for correct operation of the LocalDisplayNewConfig software the devices must be
installed following the indications shown in the corresponding instruction leaflets supplied
with the products.
Warning: When viewing the manual, click the
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symbol to jump to the corresponding chapter.
3.1 Function menus and pushbuttons
After initialising the program the start screen will appear:
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1. Pull-down menus
2. Pushbutton menus
3. Info and Errors area
4. Opens the Info and Errors area
5. Navigation pushbuttons
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A. Previous page
B. Start page
C. Next page
All the functions that can be performed with LocalDisplayNewConfig can be selected by clicking
the icons on the toolbar, or by selecting the appropriate items from the drop down menus. The
toolbar includes the following functions:
Creating, Opening, and Saving the configuration file
Receiving, and forwarding the configuration to the connected device
Device firmware update
Request device info
Application language selection
Connection to the www.legrand.com website
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3.2 Connecting the device to a PC
To perform the Download configuration, Upload configuration, Firmware Update and Request
device info functions, the user must first connect the device to a PC, and ensure that the correct
port has been selected.
This operation must be performed as follows:
Connect a USB cable to the miniUSB connector of the device and a PC USB port.
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ZB/PL/PF
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In order for communication to take place, the device must be connected to the BUS.
If a project is created and then saved as a file, no connection to the device is necessary.
4. Select the port the device is connected to
5. Automatically detect the port the device is connected to
6.Click Next
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PREVIOUS VIEW
3.3 Send the configuration
It allows the user to send the project created in the device.
Procedure:
1. Connect the device to a PC as indicated in the corresponding section.
2. From the Tools pull-down menu select Send configuration.
The following window appears:
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3. Click Next. The following screen appears, for the selection, or the automatic detection of the
port the device is connected to:
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4. Select the port the device is connected to
5. Automatically detect the port the device is connected to
6.Click Next
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The project is sent to the device.
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1. Hide the details of the configuration sending procedure
2. Display the details of the configuration sending procedure
3. Export the log file
3.4 Receive the configuration
It allows to receive the configuration present in the device; once the configuration has been acquired, this can be changed and saved in a file, or it can be resent to the device.
Procedure:
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Connect the device to a PC as indicated in the corresponding section.
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From the Tools pull-down menu select Receive configuration.
For the connection procedure see the Send the Configuration
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section.
3.5 Update the Firmware
It allows the user to update the device firmware.
Procedure:
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Connect the device to a PC as indicated in the corresponding section.
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From the Tools pull-down menu select Update the firmware.
The following window appears, where the user can search for the folder containing the Firmware
file, with .fwz extension (compressed file).
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Select the file and click Open to continue.
For the connection procedure see the Send the Configuration
section.
3.6 Device info request
It allows to display some information relating to the device connected to the PC.
Procedure:
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Connect the device to a PC as indicated in the corresponding section.
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From the Tools pull-down menu select Request device info.
For the connection procedure see the Send the Configuration
section.
Click “Next” to open a screen showing the device hardware and software features.
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4. Project configuration
4.1 Main screen
The Screen essentially consists of 3 sections: on the left section ( A ) is the “Project items” area.
The central section ( B ), is the “Display” area. It is used to configure what will then be displayed as
the Home Page of the device, and its subpages.
The right section ( C ) shows the “Property/Project” area, where the configuration fields for the
object selected in the Display area are available.
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1. File saving Display
2. Remove object
3. Navigation bar
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A. Copy object
B. Cut object
C. Paste object
D. Align to the grid
E. Select skin
4. Pushbuttons to navigate through the pages
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Project items
This area contains all the objects that can be used to build the pages. Simply drag the objects from
the “Project Items” area to the “Display” area, or double click the desired object.
Warning: Up to 4 functions may be added.
Sub-pages
Some objects are used for connection to other pages, where correlated objects are grouped
together.
The configuration of the sub-pages is performed following the order the objects have been included in the Home Page.
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Display
The “Display” area shows the future setup of the Home Page and the sub-pages of the device.
This page consists of customisable objects. The “Settings” icon is the only one that cannot be
removed.
Property/Project Area
This area is split into two sections, which can be selected by clicking the labels in the bottom
part. The “Property” section shows the configuration fields for the object currently selected in the
Display area.
The “Project” section displays the objects by page in a tree menu format. In addition to selecting
the objects, the user can also navigate through the project, selecting any available sub-pages.
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1. Home page
2.Sub-page
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1. Selected object parameters
2. Indications for the configuration of the selected parameters
3. Selected object parameters
4. Addition/Removal/Moving of objects
5. Property/project selection label
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4.2 Load control
This function can be used, when a load management central unit is installed as part of the system,
to control the power engaged, in order to prevent the power meter from cutting the power off, by
excluding the loads based on the priorities set by the installer.
If the installed actuators allow it, you can check the loads consumptions.
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1. Load control configuration (Page properties)
Beep: enables/disables the notification sound emitted when the load is disable by the central unit.
Alarm: enables/disables the display of a screen alarm when the load is disabled by the central
unit.
Address: Enter the central unit address.
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2. Load configuration (Selected element properties)
Description: customise the load description.
Switch-off priority: select the priority to assign to the load (1 to 255).
Interface: select the interface type between Basic or Advanced interface.
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a. Add a load
b. Remove the selected load
c. Delete all the loads
d. Move the selected load up
e. Move the selected load down
3. Once configuration/customisation of the page has been completed, click
next page.
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4.3 Temperature control
This application gives the user the possibility of controlling and adjusting the heating and air conditioning systems, setting the temperature on each zone according to the current requirements.
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1. Temperature control configuration (Selected element properties)
Address: set the probe address.
Local probe: select if a local probe is present.
Probes number: set the number of probes present.
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Central unit: set if a Temperature control central unit is present, and the type (99 zones or 4
zones). If no central unit is present, Local Display will operate as a room thermostat.
Address (4 zone central unit): if a 4 zone Central unit has been indicated, select the address of
the central unit within the system.
Operation of Local Display as a thermostat
Zone Actuators: click the
key to set the list of the Zone Actuators.
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Heating type: select which actuators are installed for heating (On/Off, Open/Close), Fan-Coil,
Gateway
Cooling type: select which actuators are installed for cooling (On/Off, Open/Close), Fan-Coil,
Gateway.
1 = : add an actuator.
2 = : remove the selected actuator.
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Pump Actuators: click the
key to set the list of the Pump Actuators.
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Heating Delay: select the heating actuator delay minutes.
Cooling Delay: select the cooling actuator delay minutes.
1 = : add a pump.
2 = : remove the selected pump.
Thermal SetPoint: Thermal protection temperature
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Anti-Freeze Setpoint: antifreeze temperature.
Manual SetPoint: preset temperature for manual operation.
Season Mode: set the seasonal operating mode, selecting between summer and winter.
2 . Once the configuration/customisation of the page has been completed, click
the next page.
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4.4 Multichannel sound system
The Sound system application gives the user the possibility of selecting and controlling the sound,
broadcasting it in several rooms at the same time; differently from standard Sound system, Multichannel sound system gives the opportunity of having different music broadcasted in each room
at the same time.
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1. Multichannel Sound system configuration (properties of the selected element)
Sound sources: click the
key to configure the list of multimedia sources.
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Address: select an address for the selected sound source.
Description: enter a customised description of the selected sound source.
Type: select the type of source (Radio Source / AUX Source / Multimedia Source). The Radio
source refers to the Radio Tuner, the Aux source to an external source (e.g.: CD player) connected to the Stereo Control, or to an RCA input. The Multimedia source refers to any Multimedia
Touch Screens that operate as system sources.
1 = : add sources.
2 = : remove the selected source.
Address: click the
key to configure the amplifier address.
A, PF (speaker): configure in the same way as the device to be controlled.
Default Source Address: sound sources that comes on when the amplifier is switched on.
2. Once the configuration/customisation of the page has been completed, click
the next page.
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4.5 Scenarios
The Scenarios application gives the possibility of enabling and modifying the system scenarios.
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1. Select a function from the “Display” area.
2. Scenario configuration (Selected element properties)
Description: customise the scenario description.
Address: click the
key to configure the address of the scenario module
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A = Room: select the value of the configurator of the A room (0 - 10,GEN, AMB, GR).
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PL = Light Point: Enter the value of the configurator of the PL light point (the number depends
on the function).
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Level: select the level the device belongs to (Private riser = level 3, or Local BUS = level 4).”
If Level = Local Bus is selected, the interface field appears.
In this case select the logic expansion interface address where the object to control is located.
Scenario: identification number of the scenario in the scenario module.
Icon: select an icon (among the 18 available) to associate to the scenario.
3. Once the configuration/customisation of the page has been completed, click
the next page.
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4.6 Scheduled scenarios
This application gives the possibility to operate the scenarios programmed in the scenario programmer (scheduled scenarios).
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1. Select a function from the “Display” area
2. Scenario configuration (Selected element properties)
Type of command: select the type of command (CEN/CEN PLUS).
Pushbutton: select the scenario pushbutton.
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Address: click the
key to configure the address.
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A = Room: select the value of the configurator of the A room (0 - 10,GEN, AMB, GR).
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PL = Light Point: Enter the value of the configurator of the PL light point (the number depends
on the function).
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Level: select the level it belongs to (Private riser = level 3, or Local Bus = level 4).
If Level = Local Bus is selected, the interface field appears.
In this case, select the logic expansion interface address where the object to control is located.
Icon: select an icon (among the 18 available) to associate to the scenario.
3. Once configuration/customisation of the page has been completed, click
next page.
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4.7 Energy Data
This section can be used to configure the parameters that give the possibility of displaying the
data (consumption/production) measured on the system. The available meters are: electricity,
water, gas, domestic hot water, heating/cooling.
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3. Electricity configuration (Selected element properties)
Description: customise the description of the selected function.
Description: customise the description of the selected function.
Address: select the address of the meter (from 1 to 255).
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Economic evaluation: enable or disable the economic evaluation of the measure.
Type: select the type of measurement between Consumption and Production.
Thresholds: enable the setup of two notification thresholds on Local Display.
Beep: enable/disable the thresholds reached notification beep.
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Auto on: enable/disable the display of a screen alarm when the thresholds are reached.
DataLogger: Select “Present” if Energy IP Data Logger is installed on the system
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a. Add a consumption/production item
b. Remove the selected consumption/production item
c. Remove all the consumption/production items
d. Move the selected consumption/production item up
e. Move the selected consumption/production item down
2. Once the configuration/customisation of the page has been completed, click
the next page.
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4.8 Setting the currency
This page can be used to set the tariffs applied to the consumptions set in the “Energy Data” section.
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1. Select the currency.
2. Enter the tariff value.
3. Enter the number of decimals to display on Local Display for evaluation purposes.
4. Once configuration/customisation of the page has been completed, click
next page.
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4.9 Parameters
This screen can be used to set the device configuration parameters.
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Parameters
Identified Name: enter the name to assign to Local Display.
Touch screen progressive address: select the local address of Local Display.
Standby Timeout (s): select a time interval between 15 and 60 seconds after which Local Display will switch to Standby mode.
1. Once the parameter configuration operation has been completed, click the pushbutton to
transfer the project created to the device. to send the configuration see the corresponding section
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