Operating Instructions Busch-Wächter® 6747-500 AGM

Operating Instructions Busch-Wächter® 6747-500 AGM
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6747-500 AGM-…
220 WaveLINE
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Safety....................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Intended use ............................................................................................................................................................ 3
Environment ............................................................................................................................................................. 3
Setup and function ................................................................................................................................................... 4
4.1
Features of function and equipment ........................................................................................................ 4
4.2
Detection ranges ..................................................................................................................................... 5
4.2.1
Overview of the detection ranges ............................................................................................................ 5
4.2.2
Infrared range ......................................................................................................................................... 5
4.2.3
Limitation of the detection range ............................................................................................................. 5
4.3
Radio transmission coverage .................................................................................................................. 6
Technical data.......................................................................................................................................................... 7
Installation and electrical connection ....................................................................................................................... 8
6.1
Requirements for the electrician ............................................................................................................. 8
6.2
Mounting ................................................................................................................................................. 9
6.2.1
Installation sites ...................................................................................................................................... 9
6.2.2
Preparing the installation....................................................................................................................... 10
6.2.3
Mounting steps ...................................................................................................................................... 11
Commissioning ...................................................................................................................................................... 13
7.1
Setting / limiting the coverage and the detection range......................................................................... 13
7.2
Activation test ........................................................................................................................................ 14
Operation ............................................................................................................................................................... 15
8.1
Control elements ................................................................................................................................... 15
8.2
Operation mode .................................................................................................................................... 15
8.2.1
Test operation for start-up ..................................................................................................................... 15
8.2.2
Battery test ............................................................................................................................................ 15
8.2.3
Group mode .......................................................................................................................................... 16
8.2.4
Single mode .......................................................................................................................................... 16
8.2.5
Programming ........................................................................................................................................ 16
8.3
Brightness-dependent switching ........................................................................................................... 16
8.4
Programming the device ....................................................................................................................... 17
8.4.1
Programming the device ....................................................................................................................... 17
8.4.2
Deleting programmed devices .............................................................................................................. 18
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Safety
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Safety
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Warning
Electric voltage!
Risk of death and fire due to electrical voltage of 230 V.
– Work on the 230V supply system may only be performed by authorised electricians!
– Disconnect the mains power supply prior to installation and/or disassembly!
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Intended use
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The device is to be used exclusively with the components that are supplied and licensed as described in chapter
"Setup and function".
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Environment
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Consider the protection of the environment!
Used electric and electronic devices must not be disposed of with domestic waste.
– The device contains valuable raw materials which can be recycled. Therefore, dispose of the
device at the appropriate collecting depot.
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All packaging materials and devices bear the markings and test seals for proper disposal. Always dispose of the
packaging material and electric devices and their components via the authorized collecting depots and disposal
companies.
The products meet the legal requirements, in particular the laws governing electronic and electrical devices and
the REACH ordinance.
(EU Directive 2002/96/EC WEEE and 2002/95/EC RoHS)
(EU REACH ordinance and law for the implementation of the ordinance (EC) No.1907/2006)
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Setup and function
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Setup and function
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The Busch-Watchdog 220 WaveLINE is a versatile cableless movement detector with a 220° detection range and
is suitable for application on properties without a clear overview and for mounting to walls and ceilings.
The Busch-Watchdogs are passive infrared movement detectors which switch loads via the KNX bus when
sources of heat move within its detection range.
Busch Watchdog is not an intrusion or attack alarm.
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4.1
Features of function and equipment
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Coverage of 16 m
Radio transmission in the detection range
Battery operation for line-independent installation
Cableless retrofitting
Detection and status indication
Battery test
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Setup and function
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4.2
4.2.1
Detection ranges
Overview of the detection ranges
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4.2.2
Infrared range
2,5 m
220°
max. 16 m
1m
Fig. 1:
16 m
Infrared range
Detection range
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The detection range is 220° and the coverage is 16 m.
Ceiling mounting:
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The movement detector offers optimum surveillance if mounted to the ceiling at a maximum height of 2.5 m.
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4.2.3
Limitation of the detection range
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The horizontal detection range of the Busch-Watchdog is 220°. The detection range can be limited in case of
special local circumstances.
To do this, proceed as follows.
1. Cut the included adhesive film to the desired length.
2. Glue the section of covering foil from the front onto the area of the sensor of your Busch-Watchdog where the
detection is to be blocked out.
Note
For an illustration see chapter 7.1 on page 13.
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Setup and function
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4.3
Radio transmission coverage
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220 WaveLINE
z. B. 6701
max. 100 m
Fig. 2:
Radio transmission coverage
The values below are guideline values and may vary depending on local conditions:
Material / surface
Guideline values
Direct (visual) connection
Approx. 100%
Walls, ceilings and similar obstacles reduce the radio transmission coverage.
The following approximate values can be expected:
Material / surface
Guideline values
Wood, plaster, uncoated glass
70 … 100 %
Bricks, chipboard
65 … 95 %
Reinforced concrete
10 … 90 %
Metal, aluminium lamination
0 … 10 %
Fire walls, lift wells, staircases and supply areas are considered as separating walls, just like the installation of
the receiver in metal housings.
The distance between the transmitter and the receiver and from other transmitters that also emit high-frequency
signals (e.g. computers, audio and video systems) should be 1.0 m minimum.
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Technical data
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Technical data
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Designation
Value
Power supply
IEC FR03 (L92 AAA 1.5 V) / IEC LR03 (AAA 1.5 V)
Horizontal detection
220°
Twilight sensor
0.5 … 300/∞ lux
Maximum coverage (installed 2.5 m high)
16 m
Radio control range (free field)
100 m
Transmitter frequency
868.3 MHZ
Forced switch-off (min.)
180
Operating temperature
-25 – 55°C
Protection type
IP 55
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Information for the connection of ballasts
Please observe the following points regarding high inrush currents for ballasts:
The ballast manufacturer’s specification determines the possible number of ballasts.
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Installation and electrical
connection
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Installation and electrical connection
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Warning
Electric voltage!
Risk of death due to electrical voltage of 230 V during short-circuit in the low-voltage line.
Low-voltage and 230 V lines must not be installed together in a flush-mounted socket!
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6.1
Requirements for the electrician
Warning
Electric voltage!
Install the device only if you have the necessary electrical engineering knowledge and experience.
•
Incorrect installation endangers your life and that of the user of the electrical system.
•
Incorrect installation can cause serious damage to property, e.g. due to fire.
The minimum necessary expert knowledge and requirements for the installation are as follows:
•
Apply the "five safety rules" (DIN VDE 0105, EN 50110):
1. Disconnect from power;
2. Secure against being re-connected;
3. Ensure there is no voltage;
4. Connect to earth and short-circuit;
5. Cover or barricade adjacent live parts.
•
Use suitable personal protective clothing.
•
Use only suitable tools and measuring devices.
•
Check the supply network type (TN system, IT system, TT system) to secure the following
power supply conditions (classic connection to ground, protective earthing, necessary
additional measures, etc.).
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Installation and electrical
connection
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6.2
Mounting
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Warning
Electric voltage!
Risk of death and fire due to electrical voltage of 230 V.
– Work on the 230V supply system may only be performed by authorised electricians!
– Disconnect the mains power supply prior to installation and/or disassembly!
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Caution
Risk of damaging the device!
The lens of the device is sensitive and
can easily sustain damage.
Do not press on the lens when
opening or closing the device.
6.2.1
Installation sites
>1,7 m
Fig. 3: Installation sites
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Ceiling mounting in narrow rooms is not recommended.
The mounting height of the device should be between 1.7 m and 2.5. m.
The distance between light and movement detector should be at least 1.5 m.
For optimum detection of persons the approach into the detection range should always be offset and never
frontal.
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6.2.2
Installation and electrical
connection
Preparing the installation
To prepare the installation of the device, perform the following steps:
3
2
1
Fig. 4:
4
5
Preparing the installation
No.
Function
1
Locking screw
2…5
Clamps
1.
2.
3.
Remove the locking screw (1) (if installed).
Press in clamps 2 - 5 on the sides of the housing with a suitable tool.
Carefully remove the front of the device.
Fig. 5:
Opening the water drain
Depending on where the device is installed, the water drain may have to be opened.
•
To do this, pierce the plastic membrane on the bottom of the device.
The installation is prepared.
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6.2.3
Mounting steps
1.
Mount the device to the wall.
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Do not use countersunk head screws for mounting
to the wall.
Use screws with a head diameter of 6.5 mm - 8.5
mm.
Installation and electrical
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∅6,5 mm - 8,5 mm
∅3,5 mm - 3,9 mm
2.
Open the battery compartment.
Insert the enclosed type AAA batteries. Pay
particular attention to the battery poles.
Note
Do not use zinc-carbon batteries as replacement!
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3.
Mount the upper part of the device.
The bolting dimensions of the base may be
compatible with existing bores on older versions of
the Busch-Watchdog.
Latch the upper part of the device onto the base.
4.
To protect the device against unauthorized opening, the
enclosed screw can be used on the bottom of the
device.
To protect the device against unauthorized opening,
screw the enclosed screw into the bottom of the
device.
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Commissioning
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Commissioning
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7.1
Setting / limiting the coverage and the detection range
Caution
Risk of damaging the device!
The lens of the device is sensitive and
can easily sustain damage.
Do not press on the lens when
setting the device.
Use the following steps to set the coverage and the detection range:
30°
Fig. 6:
1.
Adjust the lateral detection range by turning the head of the device.
Fig. 7:
2.
Adjusting the lateral detection range
Adjusting the coverage
Adjust the coverage by lifting or lowering the head of the device.
– The minimum coverage is 6 m.
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Fig. 8:
3.
Commissioning
Adjusting the detection range by masking
The range can be specifically limited by gluing on the enclosed foil.
– Cut the enclosed foil to the size required.
The coverage and the detection range are set.
7.2
Activation test
The activation test can also be triggered via the service remote control (see separate operating manual).
T
B
GS
P
Fig. 9:
ES
Activation test
To carry out the activation test, perform the following steps:
1. Set selector switch to T/S.
The device is now in test mode for 10 minutes (daytime operation, switch-off delay 2 sec.). In addition,
each detection is indicated by the status LED flashing quickly.
The device then switches back to the basic setting.
2.
To carry out an additional activation test, set the selector switch back to position T or interrupt the
operating voltage supply for more than 15 seconds.
The device is now in test mode for another 10 minutes. Test mode is exited automatically after 10 minutes
or by adjusting the brightness.
The activation test has been carried out.
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Operation
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Operation
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8.1
Control elements
1
2
3
4
5
Fig. 10: Control elements
No.
Function
1
LED
- Flashes fast - detection in test mode
• Flashes 3 times - detection in standard and normal operation
2
Lens
3
Trim potentiometer for brightness value
4
Trim potentiometer for operating mode
5
Screw for dismantling safety
8.2
8.2.1
T
Operation mode
Test operation for start-up
B
GS
P
ES
Fig. 11: Test operation
After 10 minutes, the device automatically returns to the basic setting ("GS" operating mode). Set the desired
operating mode “GS” or “ES”.
After activating the mains supply voltage the device remains in test mode for 10 minutes (see
chapter "Activation test").
8.2.2
T
Battery test
B
GS
P
ES
Fig. 12: Battery test
If the battery voltage is sufficient, the LED (pos. 1) lights up for approx. 10 seconds. If the LED flashes, the
voltage is too low. Please replace the batteries! After 30 seconds, the device automatically returns to the basic
setting. Set the desired operating mode “GS” or “ES”.
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8.2.3
T
Operation
Group mode
B
GS
P
ES
Fig. 13: Group mode
If persons move in the detection area, switching signals will be transmitted. The brightness limit value can freely
selected. The switch-off delay has to be set via the actuator (receiver).
In this operating mode, several watchdogs and actuators can communicate with each other.
8.2.4
T
Single mode
B
GS
P
ES
Fig. 14: Single mode
If persons move in the detection area, switching signals will be transmitted. The brightness limit value can freely
selected. The switch-off delay is fixed to 3 minutes. The switch-off delay of the receiver, e.g. 6701, must be set to
a value > 3 minutes.
In this operating mode, only one watchdog can send signals to a specific actuator.
8.2.5
T
Programming
B
GS
P
ES
Fig. 15: Programming
Note
The individual programming steps are contained in chapter 8.4 "Programming devices" on page 17.
8.3
Icon
Brightness-dependent switching
Function
Switching during all brightness levels
Switching during advancing twilight
Switching during darkness
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8.4
8.4.1
Operation
Programming the device
Programming the device
For programming, perform the following steps:
S
R
E
P
EA
Fig. 16: Selector switch of the receiver
1.
Set the selector switch of receiver 6701 on "P", LED flashes green.
1+2
Fig. 17: Programming button
2.
T
Press the programming button on receiver 6701 (2), the LED (1) lights permanently green.
B
GS
P
ES
Fig. 18: Set the selector switch on “P”.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Set the selector switch of the Busch-Watchdog on "P", the status LED lights up for approx. 10 seconds (with a
slight delay).
The devices are being programmed to each other.
After successful programming, the LED starts to flash green again. If programming is not successful (the LED
continues to light up), reset the selector switch on the Busch-Watchdog to “P” and repeat the procedure.
Set the operating mode of receiver 6701 on "R" or "S" or program additional Watchdogs.
Select the operating mode of the Busch-Watchdog on “ES” or “GS”.
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8.4.2
Operation
Deleting programmed devices
Tor delete all programming take the following steps:
S
R
E
P
EA
Fig. 19: Selector switch of the receiver
1.
Set the selector switch of receiver 6701 on "E", LED flashes red.
1+2
Fig. 20: Programming button
2.
T
Press the programming button on receiver 6701 (2), the LED (1) lights permanently red.
B
GS
P
ES
Fig. 21: Set the selector switch on “P”.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Set the selector switch of the Busch-Watchdog on "P", the status LED lights up for approx. 10 seconds (with a
slight delay).
The link will be deleted.
After a successful deleting process, the LED starts to flash red again. If the deleting procedure is not
successful (the LED continues to light up), reset the selector switch on the Busch-Watchdog to “E”again and
repeat the procedure.
Set the operating mode of receiver 6701 on "R" or "S" or program additional Watchdogs.
Select the operating mode of the Busch-Watchdog on “ES” or “GS”.
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