Application Installation Manual

Application Installation Manual
iHC-MI Installation Manual
Application Installation Manual
iNELS Home Control Mobile iOS
iHC-MI
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Contents
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10.
Introduction .............................................................................................................................................................. 3
Application installation on your device .......................................................................................................... 4
Configuration from own server ......................................................................................................................... 5
Configuration from public server...................................................................................................................... 7
Application configuration.................................................................................................................................... 8
VoIP setting – setting connection to server of specific device. ............................................................. 9
Control.......................................................................................................................................................................11
Configuration of rooms ..................................................................................................................................... 21
Item description ................................................................................................................................................... 22
Data export from iDM (iNELS Designer&Manager)............................................................................. 27
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1.
Introduction
The iHC-MI application is a supplement to the iNELS intelligent electroinstallation system which allows
controlling of the entire system from a smart phone with iOS operation system, i.e. from iPhone. The main
advantage of the application is the possibility of controlling all integrated technologies from a sole
application, whilst you are either connected home in a local nework (LAN), or anywhere out of your house
with internet access (mobile data, wifi connection, etc.).
Ellegant as it is, iNELS perfectly mingles with any modern household, and thanks to the iHC-MA application,
allows permanent supervision over electroinstallation, as well as comfortable central control over the entire
house from one place. iHC-MA lets you control the lighting, blinds, shutters, outlets, heating, appliances,
watering, cameras, multimedia (audio, video), house appliance Miele, home call boxes, air conditioning units,
recuperation, information from meteostation, status of consumed energies, and the like.
The menu is divided in celar section where individual functions are illustrated by icons. You can also find
shortcut access to your favourite functions whilst still being aware of what is happening in the other zones of
your house.
Now you can also secure individual rooms in the application. By entering a password in iMM Control Centre
you will activate security of respective rooms, and prevent any unauthorised person from controlling iNELS
via iHC.
The iHC application function is enabled:

indirectly with the central unit using virtual server when you can control bus iNELS items, i.e. for
instance lighting (opening, dimming), blinds, shutters, outlets, security system, scenes, central
function, watering or heating system;

with Connection Server when you can also control cameras, air conditioning, recuperation, home
call box, meteostation, or watch the levels of consumed energies;

with iMM server which additionally allows controlling of multimedia, i.e. Video zones (starting music,
video, television, or browsing photographs from the central storage), and Audio zones (starting
music from the central storage).
iHC is an abbreviation of iNELS Home Control, and the letters behind the dash define the equipment (T –
tablet, M – mobile), and operation system (A – Android, I – iOS/Apple). The iHC-MI application is therefore
designed for iPhone. The language of the application corresponds with the language set in iOS.
Download
Download the current version here:
https://itunes.apple.com/cz/app/inels-home-control-for-iphone/id777582390?mt=8
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2.
Application installation on your device
a) Once the installation is completed, the device will offer an option to open the newly installed
application. When the application open, you need to enter registration email and following licence
that you will receive directly on the registration email you have entered (Fig. 1). By pressing
“Continue”, after the elapse of 5 seconds, you can fully run the application without the necessity of
entering the licence number.
b) For sending the registration email and verifying the application licence you need to be connected to
the internet.
Here enter the registration
email where you will
receive the licence.
Here enter the licence number
you will receive directly by email
upon entering the registration
email.
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3.
You can call up this dialogue
window by clicking the
“Setting” option
Configuration from own server
a) Select the button “server IP address” and a dialogue window for setting IP addresses will display. First
add a new server by clicking the button “+” for adding servers. Then add an optional name and the
iMM server IP address. Then enter the port – standard is 8000. Click on add and tick this server. "OK“
displays; click on it and confirm the changes.
Proceed similarly when working with virtual server but use the „CU unit IP address“ key; as standard,
the port is 61682.
Optional name
Symbol + to add another IP
address
IP address of server
Communication port
(Default: 8000)
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b) The next step is Enforce data download. Successful download of data is confirmed by message
“Data downloaded successfully”. Then click on “Save” and the application is functional. If you want,
you can configure it as you wish following the next steps.
Button Save which saves all
settings and you will move to the
application itself.
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4.
Configuration from public server
a) First of all, you need to create configuration on public server. http://217.197.144.56:8080
Your User ID
b) Then enter IP address of CU unit in the iHC application setting. Open the CU unit's IP address and
press the plus key to add CU unit. Select the desired CU and go back to the settings.
Optional CU name
IP address of CU
Port for communication,
default 61682
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c) In the Settings menu select download data from public server. iHC application will ask for ID. ID is
displayed in the upper left corner of the public server page. Confirm by OK and the application
downloads the files, and is ready for use.
User ID from public server –
6 digits
5.
Application configuration
It is personalisation of the entire iHC application based on your needs. The entire configuration is in
the Settings bookmark. Setting in the Tiles mode or Fast view mode is very similar.
Setting the sequence of items is in the „Tiles“ display.
You can affect the sequence of the iHC application items not only by configuration of rooms but also
in the application itself. You can choose which items you want to display, and where.
Button Adjust can be used
to modify the order in
which groups are to be
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order to change the sequence
The displacement system
is Drag’n’Drop
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6.
VoIP setting – setting connection to server of specific device.
SIP name - same as the
one you entered on the
server
Setting IP address of server
where you have already set
contacts for VoIP dialling
Password allocated on server
to specific contact
Activation button
Button for adding contacts
of calling devices
After adding a door call box or iHC contact, as the case may be, click on the “Contacts” key and enter the data,
same as you did on the server.
Log-in name set on
server
bookmark Intercoms
Call box IP
address
Button for switching to the
type of device being added
Login for access to web
interface of call box
Password for access to
web interface of call box
Call box electronic lock
code entered on call box
web interface
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You can also add dialled contacts directly in the application.
Added contacts in VoIP
application setting aplikace
Button for adding another
calling contact
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7.
Control
Tiles
Fundamental way of displaying the iHC-MA application is the so-called “Tiles”. It is a backlit overview of items
where we can see at first sight by backlit or non-backlit icons which items of the iNELS bus electroinstallation
are active and inactive, as well as other Tiles for controlling integrated devices, e.g. Multimedia, Miele,
Intercom, Energy, etc.
If you wish to go from the Tiles display to the List display, just click on the name of the “Room”.
Arrows for movement
between Rooms
Room
Calling up menu – same
function as the Setup key
Status line of monitored Zones
Multimedia Tiles for
controlling Zones
Energy Meter
Indoor thermometer
Outdoor thermometer
iNELS control itself
Clicking on Room displays List
Dragging on the screen allows
you to scroll up and down in
Tiles
Current heating mode
Heat Control – current and set
temperature
Icon for controlling Miele
electrical appliances
Selected heating mode
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a) Multimedia
Multimedia can only be controlled when iMM Client/Server is incorporated in the system. iMM
Client/Server may serve as Video zone (for starting music, movies, viewing photographs or playing
television), and further allows the use of Audio zones, e.g. iMM Audio Zone (AZ-R) or LARA iNELS
Multimedia, the audio of which can be controlled.
You can access the List via the Multimedia tile. The entire Zone and any device connected to it can
be switched off/on by clicking on the Zone name. Active Zone is marked in white letters; deactivated
Zone is red.
Zone name
Arrows for moving between
Zones
Currently played
Playing TV
After marking the program in
EPG you will predefine its
recording
EPG
List of TV stations
Control panel
Slider for volume control
Mute button
By pressing you can switch
off the Zone and
connected devices
Movie time indicator
Movie sreenshot
Playing movies
Graphical displaying of movie
time
Playlist – If you wish to take off
one item just hold your finger
down on its name
Controlling the Playlist(Mute,
Repeat, Shuffle a Delete)
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Playing Music
Arrows for
switching between
Zones
Currently played file
including time
List of albums and
singles
Controlling the Playlist
(Mute, Repeat, Shuffle a
Delete)
Playlist – If you wish to take
off one item just hold your
finger down on its name
Browsing
photographs
Arrows for
switching between
Zones
Name of currently
displayed photograph
Currently played file including
time
List of photographs and
photo albums
Playlist – If you wish to take
off one item just hold your
finger down on its name
Controlling the Playlist
(Repeat, Shuffle a Delete)
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b) Scenes
List “Scenes" is used to activate user pre-defined scenes, such as “All off", “All on”, “All shutters up”, “All
shutters down”, etc.
Scenes can be created using iMM CC or also in iDM. Especially for more complex and larger scenes it
is suitable to take over in iMM CC an already created scene, exported by means of a export.pub file.
Note: Scenes and central functions can be controlled from the iHC-MI application even without the
use of iMM or Connection Server.
List Scenes
Arrows for moving between
Lists (You can move by
dragging over icons of Lists
to the right/left)
Individual
scenes
c)
Lights
The “Lights” list serves for controlling individual lights or entire lighting installations. There are two
general displays of the List. In switched lighting installations controlled in the on/off manner the
output status is indicated by an indicator lamp which is either on or off. Dimmed lighting
installations where different brightness intensity can be adjusted, this intensity is indicated by
means of analogue exciter. Dimming is controlled by a slider that can be slid by finger, or by inclining
the telephone (accelerometer function). The slider for dimming displays when you hold your finger
down on the desired icon of the dimming lighting installation.
List Lights
Open output
Current level of brightness
of given circuit 47%
Switched
output
Current level of brightness
intensity of given circuit
100%
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Dimming slider is called up
by holding your finger
down on the desired
dimmer. The slider can be
slid by finder or by
inclining the telephone.
d) Blinds/Shutters/Sunshades
In the “Shutters” list you can easily control blinder, shutters, garage doors, gates and any devices
controlled by drives that can turn in two directions.
List Shutters
Shutters up
Shutters down
Garage doors, gates
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e) Info
In the “Info” list you can monitor the indoor and outdoor temperatures, as well as other information
from the system. You can for instance monitor the status of HDO signal, as well as the status of other
sensors.
List Info
Indoor temperature
Outdoor
temperature
HDO Signal indication
f)
Other
In the “Other” bookmark you can easily see and control individual electronic systems that form a part
of the iNELS electroinstallation, e.g. control of the watering system, control of different appliances,
and the like.
Icon for switching of e.g.
watering system in front of
the house
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g) Miele
You can access the Miele List wither via the icon in the Tiles, or sing the arrow for movement
between the Lists. This part of the application allows us remote administration of the Miele house
appliances which are connected to the [email protected] network by means of communication modules.
The communication between the appliances and the Miele Gateway communication interface runs
on powerline. Miele Gateway then transfers this powerline communication to the ethernet network.
To translate this protocol you need to use iMM or Connection Server.
Miele appliances can be monitored in terms of statuses of the appliances and also some of their
functions whilst safety is taken into consideration, and therefore you cannot for instance turn on the
induction board. An interesting option is activation of remote starts.
List Miele
Backlit items are active
“Start” buttons for
remote start. spotřebičů
Appliances waiting
for remote start
When the appliance icon is
clicked, a menu scrolls
down showing details on
the appliance, e.g. its
setting
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h) Cameras
Using the “Cameras” List you can watch the image from IP cameras, control PTZ cameras and record
the image from any camera you want. The iNELS system supports connection of up to 9 IP cameras.
Full screen displaying an image from any camera is caused by pressing relevant camera view. Calling
up the panel for PZ control (pan, tilt, zoom) is then achieved by pressing the camera image.
List Cameras
Camera view
Button for start
recording from
camera
Cancelling the full screen
mode and returning to List
Change of video mode –
standard, automatically, full
screen
Button for start
recording from
camera
Displayed camera – click on
camera view in the Cameras
List
Buttons for turning the
camera to the left/right
(Pan), up/down (Tilt)
Buttons for zooming the
image in/out (Zoom)
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i)
Air conditioning and recuperation
Controlling the air conditioning units is bi-directional, so you can fully utilise the features of your air
conditioning, such as control of blowing speed, movement of lamellas or control of modes, such se
plasma. Whilst controlling recuperations, you can select the way of air exchange, rotation speed of
ventilators, temperature, or set periodical air exchange.
List “Air condition”
Button for turning on/off the
air conditioning
Pressing the desired air
conditioning opens detail
controlling
Detail control of air
conditioning – called up by
clicking on the desired air
condition in the List
Current temperature
Set temperature
Buttons for setting the desired
temperature
Air condition mode selection
Intensity and turning of
lamellas, etc.
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j)
Energy metering
You can access the Energy metering screen by clicking on the “Energy” tile. The iNELS system enables
measurement of consumption of gas, electricity or water, whilst you need a meter with impulse
output to every energy. These impulses are scanned on binary output units and, by means of
counters, the amount of consumed energy is evaluated.
Energy consumption can be displayed in unit, e.g. kWh, or at price value, e.g. CZK. The application
facilitates to display a consumption graph for every period that is optionally set by you.
Display option of desired
energy or list of all energies
Energy metering – called up
by clicking on the “Energy”
Selection of time zone
Numerical display – in units of
measure, at price value
Graphic display – pressing the
icon takes you to a display
mode with consumption
graphs
Data update button
Legend
Button for going back to
Energy metering
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8.
Configuration of rooms
Items are configured in iMM Control Center (the “iMM CC” hereinafter) in the bookmark Rooms.
In Rooms you can create any number of virtual groups (Rooms) where you add optional Items and
Zones.

Items – created on the basis exported file “export.pub” from iDM software (see separate
manual)
 Zones – created on the basis of iMM Server configuration
Name of new Rooms
Tick if you wish to
protect the control
given by Room
password
Password and
confirmation Note:
Only one asterisk
displays at a time
Editing of respective
Room
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9.
Item description
Simple 2-status icon
Dimmable icon
Special icon
Airing
Blank
Weather station
Air-conditioning
Lamp
Scene
Dehumidify
Light
Shutters
Garage
Indoor
thermometer
Gate
Outdoor
thermometer
Heating
Heat Control
On/Off
Sprinkling
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Air Conditioning
Icon for controlling the air conditioning units. When this icon is selected, only LG. air conditioning icons are
filtered out that are defined in the bookmark “Clims”.
Selected icon type
Selection of air conditioning
defined in bookmark Clims
Line
selection
Confirmation of adding
an Item
Column
selection
Selection of air
conditioning
control
If you select “yes”, the icon will be
read-only, i.e. it will display its
status but cannot be controlled
in any manner whatsoever.
Heat control
The Heat Control icon enables controlling and switching between preset heating programs from iDM. Long
press allows you to switch between MAN and AUTO modes. If the heating circuit is closed, the icon is backlit.
Variable from iDM that return
currently preset heating
program
Icon name
Heating input/Thermal
sensor
Relay controlling given heating
circuit
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Meteostation
Displaying values from AD converter.
Coefficients, calculation below
Displayed units
Maximum displayed value
Minimum displayed value
Number of decimal places
Calculation of coefficients is based on the equation d=a*v+b, where
d – is the displayed value
a – is the sought for multiplier “koef_mult“
v – value sent by the central unit (0-10 V) multiplied by thousand
b – value “koef_add“ by which the final value is displaced.
General procedure:
It has to be defined what range the quantity will reach, in our case 40 will be the upper limit (max_disp), and
0 the lower limit (min_disp). Place these values into 2 equations with 2 unknowns. Result of this equation is
coefficient multiplier (koef_mult) and also coefficient addition (koef_add). Put the values in the table.
Example: If you wish to display value 0 to 10 sent from the central unit in internal 0 to 40 m/s, the procedure
is as follows:
For:
The below euqation applies:
max_disp=40
max_disp = koef_mult*10*1000 + koef_add
min_disp=0
min_disp = koef_mult*0*1000 + koef_add
Since there is no request for displacement of displayed values (this request might occur in case of outdoor
temperature measuring when also negative temperature value occur), the coefficient will be koef_add=0.
It means that:
40 = koef_mult*10*1000 + 0
40 = koef_mult*10000
koef_mult = 0,004
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Scene
By the “Scene” icon you can control multiple iNELS items at once by just a single press. Scenes can be created
by addition of individual outputs in the list using the “Add” button. Scenes should contain output channels
with ON/OFF/TRIG symptom.
More complex scenes should be created directly in iDM environment, and only given event should be called
up there.
For scenes, select iNELS
items with suffixes_ON,
_OFF and TRIG
Button for adding
another element to
Shutters
the scene
Icon adapted to control motors, majority of blinds or shutters where relay can be chosen separately for every
direction. The icon then automatically switches the direction (relay) if you click on the icon in the below
format: up-stop-down-stop-up…
Switch element for direction up
Switch element for
direction down
Thermometer
Icon for displaying the temperature. The icon adapts its look by selected parameter indoor/outdoor.
Selection of placing the sensor
Indoor/Outdoor sensor
Selection of thermal input/thermal sensor
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Zone
This icon can only be added if iMM superstructure (iNELS Multimedia) is used. All zones you wish to control
from a given room on your phone have to be defined underneath this icon.
Will the zone play
music?
Will the zone play
video?
Selection of Zones
defined in the
bookmark Zone
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10. Data export from iDM (iNELS Designer&Manager)
IDM Software enables export of variables (input/outputs, time programs, counters and timers) by means of
which iHC applications can be created to control the entire installation. The below text describes how this
export should be performed.
Export of inputs/outputs
Export of inputs/outputs is performed from the window “Administrator of units/devices” where you need to
tick the option “Export for visualisation” at desired inpus/outputs. If you wish to name the given input/output,
use the column “Naming/alias”.
Those inputs/outputs that are used in some event need not be ticked. Export of these used inputs/outputs
then proceeds automatically.
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Export of time programs
Export of time programs is performed from the window “Administrator of time/weekly programs” where you
need to click on the menu “Set export for visualisation”.
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In this menu you need to tick all three options whilst weekly time program for heating/cooling and twostatus time program can be exported.
‐ “Export program setting”, i.e. time symbols and mode settings.
‐
“Export program control”, i.e. individual modes (minimum, attenuation, normal, comfort) can be
enforced time symbols and mode settings.
‐
“Export program statuses”, i.e. view of program statuses (4 modes, desired temperature, current
temperature)
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Export of time events
Export of time events is performed from the window “Administrator of time events” where you need to tick
the option “Export for visualisation”. Again, given time event has to be named for the needs of export.
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Export of events
It is a special option of export for visualisation. It is direct export of event from the window “Administrator of
actions/commands”. These exported actions can then be called directly from the iHC application. In the
bottom part of the window in the desired event you need to tick the option “Export event for visualisation”.
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Export of counters and timers
Export of counters and timers is performed from the window “System configuration”, bookmark “System”, subbookmark “Counters” or, more precisely, “Timers”. You can for “Export for visualisation” at either option.
Export of counters is important whenever we want to measure and visualise energy consumption using
meters with impulse output. Impulses from these instruments are read on binary inputs by means of
counters.
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Upon placing a request for exporting of all variables, suitable setting of export manner has to be selected, as
well as the path where the *.pub file will be saved. This is performed in the “Settings”.
Select “Create export of configuration for visualisation” in the “Export setting” section and then
“…Visualisation”. Then set the path where the *.pub file will be saved.
If you tick “Export only marked IO”, only those i/o will be exported that we have selected in the window
“Administrator of units/devices” on the previous page. “Extended export of binary inputs” represents export
of binary inputs with counter. “Report change in export files “ is an option that provides and reports any
potential displacement of variable addresses in memory registries that might originate when a configuration
is saved. “Export mapping of user actions” is an option for export of user actions, e.g. commands for relay
groups, for lighting installation groups, and the like.
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