Installation Guide
Installation Guide
EnOcean Gateway (434)
The 434 EnOcean Gateway lets you connect wireless and
battery-less EnOcean controls to a Helvar Digidim lighting
network. The Gateway receives messages from self-powered
wireless EnOcean switches, and sends commands to the
lighting system.
Installation procedure
1. Mount and wire the EnOcean gateway.
Features and Connections
Housing mounting
2. Set up EnOcean Gateway using Designer or Toolbox
EnOcean Receiver
Mount and wire the EnOcean Gateway
To mount and wire the EnOcean Gateway unit, you need:
Status LED
• EnOcean Gateway
• DALI network cable (isolated from power)
• Screws, fixing plugs, screwdriver and drill (these are not
supplied with the 434)
DALI connection
Receiver housing
Location
Install the 434 in a location on a ceiling or wall. Install as
far away as possible from the surface of metal objects.
Note: Install EnOcean switches so that obstructions
between the switches and gateway are minimised.
Procedure
WARNING
Follow these four steps to mount the 434 and connect it to
your DALI network:
Do NOT connect the 434 EnOcean Gateway to the
mains supply: it is for connection to a DALI network.
1. Isolate the DALI network
cable from power. Twist and
remove the housing mounting.
Remove the knockouts as
required.
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2. Thread the DALI cable
through the housing
mounting, and screw the
housing mounting in place.
Remove the DALI
connector block from the
receiver housing.
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3. Connect the DALI wires
and tighten the screws
(the gateway is not
polarity-sensitive).
Re-attach the DALI
connector block.
4. Re-attach the receiver
housing (align with the
housing mounting, insert
and twist).
Power on the DALI
network.
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Set up EnOcean Gateway using Designer
Helvar Router
(905 / 910 / 920)
DALI
esigner
Ethernet
1. Discover the Gateway in Designer
• Ensure the PC is connected to the lighting router
(e.g. Helvar 920) controlling the lighting network.
• Run Designer software and connect to the
appropriate workgroup.
• ‘EnOcean Gateway 434‘ now appears in the Device
Tree, under one of the connected DALI subnets.
Note: You cannot put the Gateway in a group. You can
group the buttons of the switch units (when the switch
unit is paired with the Gateway) .
• The Gateway detects the switch. The status LED flashes
green. After a few seconds, the switch appears in the
Device Tree.
Note: If the switch does not appear in the Device Tree,
check DALI network activity in the DALI History window
(View > History > DALI Subnet).
To pair other switches (maximum 20 per Gateway), repeat
step 3.
4. Turn off Learning Mode
2. Put the Gateway in Learning Mode
• In Designer’s Device Tree, click ‘EnOcean Gateway 434’.
• In the Properties window, set ‘Learning Mode’ either
to ‘Top is Off’, or to ‘Top is On’. If you are not going
to use these default settings, choose either mode.
In Learning Mode, the status LED will flash red at
intervals of 1.25 s.
Note: The Gateway cannot be used to control the lights
while in Learning Mode.
3. Pair the Switch Unit with the Gateway
• On the EnOcean switch unit, press the left button up
or down (dual rocker switch) or the up or down button
(single rocker switch). Make sure the switch is within
signal range of the Gateway unit.
• In the Device Tree, click ‘EnOcean Gateway 434’ and
select ‘Properties’.
• In the Properties window, set ‘Learning Mode’ to ‘OFF’.
The status LED will stop flashing red.
Note: The Gateway, now out of Learning Mode, can send
commands to the lighting network.
5. Group Buttons and Configure Button Actions -
If you are not going to use the default switch unit settings,
configure the button actions using Designer (see the “Device
Configuration” section of the Designer Help files).
The Gateway and switches should now be operational.
Default EnOcean switch unit settings (Designer)
Single Rocker Switch
Dual Rocker Switch
Top is On
1
3
2
4
Top is Off
1: Scene 1.1 (On)
Scene 1.15 (Off)
2: Scene 1.15 (Off)
Scene 1.1 (On)
3: Scene 1.1 (On)
Scene 1.15 (Off)
4: Scene 1.15 (Off)
Scene 1.1 (On)
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Top is On
3
4
Top is Off
1: NOT USED
NOT USED
2: NOT USED
NOT USED
3: Scene 1.1 (On)
Scene 1.15 (Off)
4: Scene 1.15 (Off)
Scene 1.1 (On)
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Set up EnOcean Gateway using Toolbox
DALI devices
DALI network (configured with Toolbox software)
DALI power
You need a Windows PC (running Helvar’s Toolbox software,
v. 2.3.2 or later) connected via USB or serial cable to the
DALI network. Use a 510 USB interface, or other Helvar
serial interface.
ToolBox
1. Discover the Gateway in Toolbox
• Ensure the PC is connected to the DALI network.
• Run Toolbox software and connect to the DALI network.
• In the Device Layout tab, you should now see ‘EnOcean
Gateway 434’.
Note: You cannot put the Gateway in a group. You can
group the buttons of the switch units, when the switch unit
is paired with the Gateway.
2. Put the Gateway in Learning Mode
• In Toolbox’s Device Layout tab, right-click ‘EnOcean
Gateway 434’ and select ‘Properties’.
• Set ‘Learning Mode’ either to ‘Top is Off’, or to ‘Top is On’.
If you are not going to use these default settings, choose
either mode.
• In Learning Mode, the status LED will flash red at
intervals of 1.25 s.
Note: The Gateway cannot be used to control the lights
while in Learning Mode.
3. Pair the Switch Unit with the Gateway
• In Toolbox, open DALI History (Tools > History). This lets
you check DALI network activity.
• On the EnOcean switch unit, press the left button up
or down (dual rocker switch) or the up or down button
(single rocker switch). Make sure the switch is within
signal range of the Gateway unit.
To pair other switches (maximum 20 per Gateway), repeat
step 3.
4. Turn off Learning Mode
• In Toolbox’s Device Layout tab, right-click ‘EnOcean
Gateway 434’ and select ‘Properties’.
• Set ‘Learning Mode’ to ‘OFF’. The status LED will stop
flashing red.
• The Gateway, now out of Learning Mode, can send
commands to the lighting network.
5. Discover the Switch Unit in Toolbox
• In Toolbox Device Layout tab, press F5, (or View > Refresh).
The switch buttons now appear in the device tree.
6. Group Buttons and Configure Button Actions
If you are not going to use the default switch unit settings,
configure the button actions using Toolbox (see the “Device
Configuration” section of the Toolbox Help files).
The Gateway and switches should now be operational.
• The status LED flashes green. To confirm that the
Gateway has detected the switch, check that a new
row appeared in DALI history, assigned to the Gateway
address. One press is enough to pair the switch with
the gateway. You can press the buttons more times, to
check the signal range limits of the switch unit.
Note: Paired Switch Units will appear in the device layout
tab at the end of Step 5.
Default EnOcean switch unit settings (Toolbox)
Single Rocker Switch
Dual Rocker Switch
Top is On
1
3
2
4
Top is Off
1: On / Up
Off / Up
2: Off / Down
On / Down
3: On / Up
Off / Up
4: Off / Down
On / Down
Note: On = Maximum Level
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Top is On
3
4
Top is Off
1: NOT USED
NOT USED
2: NOT USED
NOT USED
3: On / Up
Off / Up
4: Off / Down
On / Down
Technical Data
Connections
DALI:
Status LED
Removable 2-part connector block
Status LED: red or green
Wire size: 0.5 mm - 2.5 mm
In normal operation the LED remains unlit.
Solid or stranded
The red LED flashes to indicate the following:
All cables must be mains rated
• FAST: DALI network in process of discovering the
Gateway; or
2
Cable rating:
2
Note: See “Mount and wire the
EnOcean Gateway” for connection
instructions.
• SLOW (every 1.25 s): Gateway is in Learning Mode
Power
DALI Supply Input:
13 V to 22.5 V
DALI Consumption:
20 mA
Operation
Operating frequency:
• FAST: Designer or Toolbox software identifying the
Gateway; or
The green LED flashes to indicate the following:
• The Gateway is in Learning Mode, and has detected a
switch (received a signal from a switch unit).
434: 868 MHz ISM band (Europe)
434/R2: 928 MHz (Japan, Australia)
Range (switches):
Typical EnOcean Switches: 30 m
(unobstructed space)
Maximum number
of switch units per
gateway:
20
Dimensions (mm)
110
Mechanical Data
Dimensions (mm):
110 (ø) x 58 mm
Weight:
75 g
Colour:
White: RAL 9002
IP rating:
IP 30
16
7
73
Operating Conditions
Ambient Temperature: 0°C to +50°C
Relative Humidity:
Max 90%, non-condensing
58
Storage Temperature: -10°C to +70°C
Conformity and Standards
EMC Emission:
EN 61000-6-3
EMC Immunity:
EN 61547
Safety:
EN 60950
R & TTE:
1999/5/EC
ARIB STD-T108 (434/R2)
R 206-000372
Wireless protocol:
ISO/IEC 14543-3-10
Environment:
Complies with WEEE and RoHS
directives
Helvar 434 EnOcean Gateway: Installation Guide
Order codes
EnOcean Gateway [868 MHz]
434
EnOcean Gateway/R2 [928 MHz]:
434/R2
Doc. 7860304, issue 03 [14.05.2014]
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