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Ceiling Mount Detectors with 360° View
LuNAR
The LuNAR Series offers the ideal solution for areas in which wall and corner mounting is
unsuitable. LuNAR detectors are particularly useful in rooms where wall placement would
cause detectors to be blocked by shelves, closets, or storage areas.
Combining sophisticated detection capabilities with a slim, attractive design, these advanced
detectors employ a special 110˚ wide-angle spherical Fresnel lens that provides full 360˚
coverage. LuNAR DT and PR detectors suit every interior and are ideal for ceiling mount
applications in commercial and residential environments.
LuNAR DT
LuNAR PR
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Microprocessor-controlled dual technology (PIR+MW)
Patented true temperature compensation
Proprietary detection algorithm
Microwave range adjustment
Superior fluorescent interference rejection
Low profile design
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Dual element PIR technology
Adjustable sensitivity, variable pulse count
Superior fluorescent interference rejection
Low profile design
Cost effective ceiling mount
Intelligence in the Service of Security
7LF490A4
Technical Information
Specifications
Detection technologies
Operating voltage: 9 to 16VDC
Current consumption
Alarm contacts: 100mA, 24V, N.C.
LuNAR DT
LuNAR PR
Dual element PIR + Microwave
Dual element PIR
✓
✓
15mA at 12V
25mA at 12V
✓
✓
Tamper contacts: 100mA, 24V, N.C.
✓
✓
PIR lens coverage: 110º angle, 360º overview
✓
✓
Detection zones 60: 30 Fresnel facets arranged in 3
optical levels; 12 external, 12 middle and 6 internal facets
✓
✓
✓
✓
1,2 (alternate polarity)
1,2,3
Microprocessor controlled
(Patented True Temperature Compensation)
Automatic thermistor-controlled
✓
✓
3 LEDs
1 LED
Optical filtering: White light protection
Selectable pulse count
Temperature compensation
RF immunity: 30V/m from 10MHz to 1GHz
Walk Test Display
Operating temperature: 0ºC to 55ºC (32ºF to 131ºF)
✓
✓
Storage temperature: -20ºC to 60ºC (-4ºF to 140ºF)
✓
✓
Dimensions (Diameter x Height): ø135 x 27mm (ø5.3” x 1.1”)
✓
✓
Installation Height: Up to 4m (13’4”)
✓
✓
LuNAR DT/PR Lens Coverage Patterns
Microwave
9'
2.8m
110˚
13’4”
4m
Microwave
Infrared
26'
8m
40'
13m
Infrared
Microwave
Infrared + Microwave
Side View
Top View
Complies with EN 50131-1, Grade 2, Class II
FCC Part 15 applies for RK150T
VdS applies for RK2000S
VdS
Part Numbers
Description
RK150T
RK150DTI
LuNAR DT
LuNAR DT for UK
RK2000DPC
LuNAR PR
RK2000S
LuNAR PR with VdS approval
© 8/2004 ROKONET Electronics Ltd.
w w w . r o k o n e t . c o m
U.S.A - Rokonet Industries U.S.A Inc.
Toll Free:1-800-344-2025, Tel:+305-592-3820, Fax:+305-592-3825, E-mail:[email protected]
UNITED KINGDOM - Rokonet UK Ltd.
Free Phone: 0800-269-881, Tel:+44-1527-576765, Fax:+44-1527-576816, E-mail: [email protected]
ITALY - Rokonet Electronics S.R.L .
Tel:+39 02 392 5354, Fax:+39 02 392 5131, E-mail: [email protected]
BRASIL - Rokonet Brasil Ltda.
Tel:+55-11-3661-8767, Fax:+55-11-3661-7783, E-mail: [email protected]
ISRAEL - Rokonet Electronics Ltd.
Tel: +972(0)3-963-7777, Fax: +972(0)3-961-6584, E-mail: [email protected]
7LF490Q
Ordering Information
ENGLISH
PYROELECTRIC
ELEMENT
PULSE COUNT
LED ON/OFF
SELECTOR
CABLE
KNOCKOUT
FIG. 1
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
STEP 1
MOUNTING
KNOCKOUT
MOUNTING
KNOCKOUT
ANTI-TAMPER
DEVICE
TERMINALS
PRELIMINARY DECISIONS
Before installation you should study the space to be protected
in order to decide on the location of the LUNAR PR for best
coverage. This unit is usually designed to be installed above the
center of the protected area.
The lens in LUNAR PR provides detection sectors (beams)
arranged in three all-round optical levels, the external including
12 sectors, the middle 12 sectors and the internal 6 sectors. This
arrangement assures you the best coverage of the area. See
plan view, fig. 4.
The unit should not be mounted in direct sunlight or any other
direct light or any heat source (i.e. above a stove, radiator etc.).
Detection sectors should be pointing towards the floor, not
curtains, windows etc.
STEP 3
FRONTAL COVER REMOVAL
FIG. 2
OPENING, MOUNTING AND CABLE HOLE
The unit includes knockouts for mounting and wiring. Open the
appropriate knockouts required the installation.
STEP 4
MOUNTING
Insert the cable through the hole
you opened and mount the
bottom part in its final location.
Seal the cable hole and any other
opening with a sealant (RTV or
alike).
STEP 5
STEP 2
CABLE
KNOCKOUT
Marks for
mounting
To drill holes for
mounting use the 4
marks on the back side
of the package.
STEP 6
WALK TEST
The DIP switch on the left side of PC board is divided into two
sections:
"PULSES" and "LED". Set the "PULSES" to "1" and switch the
"LED" to "ON".
With the LUNAR PR closed and powered in the setting, the LAD
will light each time detection occurs, so operation can be checked.
After walk testing, the LED setting may be switched to "OFF". Now
the detector will work normally, but the LED will not light when
detection occurs and the intruder will notice being detected.
STEP 7
OPTICAL FEATURES
The following is a description of features of RISCO GROUP'S
Fresnel lens fitted in LUNAR PR
FIG. 3
9'
2.75m
13.4
4.06m
SETTING THE PULSE COUNT
As described in step 6, the DIP-switch is divided into two sections,
"PULSES" and "LED". The number of pulses needed to activate
the alarm can be set to "1", "2" or "3".
NOTE: Only one switch should be set at ON position.
TERMINAL WIRING
110û
27'
8.23m
40'
12.2m
FIG. 4
ISOMETRIC VIEW
SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL:
Detection technology:
Current consumption:
Supply voltage:
Alarm contact:
Anti-tamper:
Pulse count:
Temperature compensation:
RF immunity:
Walk test:
OPTICAL:
Lens:
Coverage:
Detection Zones:
PHYSICAL:
Weight:
Size:
ENVIROMMENTAL:
Operating temperature:
Storage temperature:
The following wire connection should be made to the terminal strip
located at the right lower part of the PC board.
TERMINAL
(-) (+) 12 VDC
N.C.
TAMPER
DESCRIPTION
DC Voltage (9 to 16 VDC).
Normally closed alarm contacts.
Anti-tamper circuit.
Dual element PIR
15 mA at 12 VDC
9-16 VDC regulated
24 VDC, 50 mA
Normaly closed, 24 VDC,0.5 A
Selectable 1-3
Thermistor
30V/m up to 1 GHz
1 LED
Wide angle spherical Fresnet
110o angle, 360o overview
3 optical levels, 12 external sectors,
12 middle sectors, 6 internal sectors
112 G (4Oz)
¯ 135x27 mm
0o C to 55o C (32o F to 131o F)
-20o C to 60o C (-4o F to 140o F)
Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
SHOULD ANY QUESTIONS ARISE PLEASE CONTACT YOUR
SUPPLIER.
WARRANTY
RISCO Group and its subsidiaries and affiliates ("Seller") warrants its products to be free from defects in materials
and workmanship under normal use for 24 months from the date of sale.
Because Seller does not install or connect the product and because the product may be used in conjunction with
products not manufactured by Seller. Seller cannot guarantee the performance of the security system which uses
the product. Seller's obligation and liability under this warranty is expressly limited to repairing or replacing, at Seller's
option, within a reasonable time after the date of delivery, any product not meeting the specifications.
Seller makes no other warranty, expressed or implied, and makes no warranty of merchantability or of fitness for any
particular purpose.
In no case shall seller be liable for any consequential or incidental damages for breach of this or any other warranty,
expressed or implied, or upon any other basis of liability whatsoever.
Seller's obligation under this warranty shall not include any transportation charges or costs of installation or any liability
for direct, indirect or consequential damages or delay.
Seller does not represent that its products may not be compromised or circumvented by burglary, robbery, fire or
otherwise; or that the product will in all cases provide adequate only reduce the risk of burglary, robbery, fire without
warning, but it is not insurance or a guarantee that such will not occur or that will be no personal injury or property
loss as a result.
Consequently, seller shall have no liability for any personal injury, property damage or other loss based on a claim that
the product fails to give warning.
However, if seller is held liable whether directly or indirectly, for any loss or damage arising under this limited warranty
or otherwise, regardless of cause of origin, seller's maximum liability shall not in any case exceed the purchase price
of the product, which shall be the complete and exclusive remedy against seller.
No employee or representative of Seller is authorized to change this warranty in any way or grant any other warranty.
WARNING: This product should be tested at least once a week.
UK
National Sales Number:
0870-60-510000
Tel: +44-161-655-5500
[email protected]
[email protected]
Italy
Tel: +39-02-66590054
[email protected]
[email protected]
Spain
Tel:+34-91-490-2133
[email protected]
[email protected]
PLAN VIEW
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- 10
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TERMINAL
DESCRIPTION
(-) (+) 12 VCC
Tension CC (9 ˆ 16 VCC).
N.F.
Contacts d'alarme normalement fermŽs.
Autoprotection
Circuit de protection anti-sabotage.
(TAMPER)
REMARQUES : Assurez-vous de bien remettre le couvercle apr•s
avoir effectuŽ le montage et le c‰blage. Ne faites aucune vŽrification
ni test du dŽtecteur sans avoir auparavant bien fermŽ le couvercle.
CABLAGE DES BORNES DE CONNEXION
Marques
destinŽes
aux trous
de fixation
Pour percer les trous
de fixation, utilisez les
4 marques prŽvues ˆ
cet effet au dos de
l'emballage
MONTAGE
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Hold the unit with its base in the palm
of your hand and turn the cover
clockwise to open, as illustrated in
Fig. 2.
The turning movement will release
the 4 latches locking the cover to the
base of the unit.
NOTE: Ensure that cover is installed after mounting and wiring.
Do not check or test detector without cover closed.
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-9-
FIG. 2
RETRAIT DU COUVERCLE FRONTAL
La connexion des c‰bles au bloc des terminaux situŽ sur la partie
infŽrieure droite de la carte PCB doit •tre rŽalisŽe comme suit.
ETAP 5
InsŽrez le c‰ble ˆ travers le trou
que vous avez ouvert ˆ cet effet
et placez la partie infŽrieure dans
sa position dŽfinitive. Colmatez
l'orifice de passage du c‰ble et
tout autre ouverture avec un
mastic adaptŽ (RTV ou
Žquivalent).
ETAP 4
L'appareil prŽsente des pastilles prŽ dŽfoncŽes pour le
montage et le c‰blage. Percez les pastilles dont l'ouverture est
nŽcessaire au bon dŽroulement de l'installation.
CONSIDERATIONS PRELIMINAIRES
OUVERTURE DES TROUS DE
MONTAGE ET DE PASSAGE DES CABLES
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-8-
Maintenez l'appareil, la base au creux
de votre main, et tournez le
couvercle dans le sens des aiguilles
d'une montre pour lÕouvrir comme
l'indique le schŽma en fig. 2.
Le mouvement de rotation lib•rera les
4 loquets qui bloquent le couvercle
contre la base de l'appareil.
ETAP 2
Belgium
Tel: +32-2522-7622
[email protected]
[email protected]
Switzerland
Tel: +41-27-452-24-44
[email protected]
[email protected]
China
[email protected]
[email protected]
Israel
Tel: +972(0)3-963-7777
[email protected]
[email protected]
USA
Toll Free: 1-800-344-2025
Tel:+305-592-3820
[email protected]
[email protected]
Brasil
Tel: +55-11-3661-8767
[email protected]
[email protected]
©RISCO Group
5IN2000ML
01/07
Pastille dŽfon•able
pour le montage
Avant de procŽder ˆ l'installation, Žtudiez soigneusement l'espace
ˆ protŽger afin de choisir l'emplacement idŽal qui permettra au
LUNAR PR d'assurer la meilleure couverture de dŽtection possible.
Cet appareil est en principe con•u pour •tre placŽ au-dessus du
centre de la zone ˆ protŽger.
La lentille incorporŽe dans le LUNAR PR couvre des secteurs
de dŽtection (faisceaux) organisŽs sur trois niveaux panoramiques,
le niveau extŽrieur comprenant 12 secteurs, l'intermŽdiaire avec
12 secteurs et l'intŽrieur avec 6 secteurs. Cette disposition vous
garantit la meilleure couverture possible de la zone.
Cf. schŽma en fig. 4.
L'appareil ne doit pas •tre montŽ en exposition directe face ˆ la
lumi•re du soleil ou autres sources de lumi•re ni ˆ proximitŽ de
sources de chaleur (par ex. au-dessus d'un four, d'un radiateur,
etc.).
Les zones de dŽtection doivent •tre dirigŽes vers le sol, et non
pas vers une fen•tre ni vers des rideaux ou autres.
ETAP 1
ETAP 3
PROCEDURE DÕINSTALLATION
The LUNAR PR 360o ceiling mount PIR is designed with state-ofthe-art components to ensure reliable operation in a wide range of
applications.
It has a wide 110o angle, 360o overview. LUNAR PR uses a dual
element pyroelectric technology and provides superior RFI/EMI
protection. In addition, the LUNAR PR has automatic temperature
compensation.
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France
Tel: +33-164-73-28-50
[email protected]
[email protected]
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ConstituŽ de composants ˆ la pointe des technologies modernes,
le dŽtecteur plafond LUNAR PR 360¡ IRP assure un fonctionnement
fiable sur un vaste Žventail d'applications.
Il dispose d'un grand angle 110¡ et d'une vue d'ensemble 360¡. Le
LUNAR PR s'appuie sur une technologie pyro-Žlectrique ˆ double
ŽlŽment et fournit un niveau supŽrieur de protection RFI/EMI. De
plus, le LUNAR PR dispose d'une compensation thermique
automatique.
GENERALITES
Pastille dŽfon•able
pour le montage
Terminal Ð Bornes
de connexion
Interrupteur de
l'autoprotection
Pastille dŽfon•able
pour le montage
Compte des
impulsions
selecteur LED
ON/OFF
Pastille dŽfon•able
pour le montage
Element
Pyroelectric
FIG. 1
FRAN‚AIS
Vue dÕen haut
Dans le but de poursuivre l'amŽlioration de son produit, Groupe de RISCO se
rŽserve le droit d'en modifier les spŽcifications et/ ou les schŽmas de conception
sans avis prŽalable.
REMARQUE : un seul bouton doit •tre rŽglŽ sur la position
Marche ("ON").
FIG. 4
Comme dŽtaillŽ ˆ l'Žtape 6, le micro interrupteur DIP se compose
de deux parties : "PULSES" et "LED". Le nombre dÕimpulsions
requis pour activer l'alarme peut •tre rŽglŽ sur "1", "2" ou "3".
ETAP 7
TEST DE PASSAGE A PIED
27'
8.23m
13.4
4.06m
110û
9'
2.75m
PHYSIQUES :
Poids :
Dimensions :
112G (4 Oz)
¯ 135x27 mm
ENVIRONNEMENTALES :
TempŽrature de fonctionnement :
TempŽrature de stockage :
de 0¼ C ˆ 55 ¼ C (32¼ F ˆ 131¼ F)
de -20¼ C ˆ 60¼ C (-4¼ F ˆ 140¼ F)
Fresnel sphŽrique grand angle
angle 110¡, vue d'ensemble 360¡
3 niveaux optiques, 12 secteurs
extŽrieurs, 12 secteurs intermŽdiaires,
6 secteurs internes
OPTIQUES :
Lentille :
Couverture :
Zones de dŽtection :
40'
12.2m
REGLAGE DU COMPTE DES IMPULSIONS
Le micro interrupteur DIP situŽ sur le c™tŽ gauche de la carte PCB
se compose de deux parties :
"PULSES" et "LED". Positionner la partie impulsions "PULSES"
sur "1" et tournez la partie "LED" sur position Marche ("ON").
Si le LUNAR PR est fermŽ et sous tension, la diode LED s'allume
chaque fois que se produit une dŽtection, de sorte que le
fonctionnement de l'appareil peut •tre contr™lŽ. Apr•s le test de
passage ˆ pied, placer le rŽglage de la diode LED sur Arr•t
("OFF"). A prŽsent, le dŽtecteur fonctionne normalement, mais la
diode LED ne s'allume pas lorsque se produit une dŽtection et
l'intrus se rend compte qu'il a ŽtŽ repŽrŽ.
ETAP 6
FIG. 3
Ce chapitre dŽcrit les caractŽristiques de la lentille Fresnel du
Groupe RISCO incorporŽe au LUNAR PR.
CARACTERISTIQUES OPTIQUES
ELECTRIQUES :
Technologies de dŽtection :
Consommation Žlectrique :
Tension d'alimentation :
Contact d'alarme :
Autoprotection (anti-sabotage) :
Compte de pulses :
Compensation thermique :
ImmunitŽ RF :
Test de passage ˆ pied :
ˆ double ŽlŽment PIR
15 mA ˆ 12 VDC
9-15 VDC rŽgulŽ
24 VDC, 50 mA
normalement fermŽ, 24 VDC, 0.5 A
rŽglable 1-3
Thermistor
30 V/m et jusqu'ˆ 1 GHz
1 diode LED
SPECIFICATIONS
PASSIVE INFRARED DETECTOR
360o CEILING MOUNT
LUN R PR
M&Q
the gardscan®
PIR Detectors
Protect your property
with technology
The Gardscan ‘M’ & ‘Q’ ranges of PIR Detectors offer you the ultimate in styling, reliability, value and peace of
mind. These PIR Detectors are unique in providing complete protection and exceptional reliability combined with a
great design. This follows substantial investment in the physical casing using the latest surface mount technology in
production.
Upon its release to the marketplace one of the leading trade security magazine’s, Security Installer, put the unit through a
number of severe test routines. These covered features, electronics, casing, value and reliability even in the most extreme
of conditions, including attack from a blow torch!! The result was that it gained the highest ever PIR Bench Test Score,
leaving the competition in its wake.
w w w. r i s c o g r o u p . c o m
M&Q
the gardscan®
Gardscan M&Q Features
Unique superior design to blend in with the
décor of the room
Highest ever PIR product Bench Test Score
(Security Installer magazine)
Utilising the latest SMD Technology for the
utmost reliability
Accurate and Repeatable range adjustment
to meet your environment perfectly
Sequential Pulse Count to react to the
specific environment
High Quality Low Noise Pyro for the
ultimate detection
Enhanced Metascreen Protection to reduce
the potential of a false alarm
White Light Filter removes outside
interference eg. from car headlights
International Ifsec Award finalist for most
innovative global security products
12m Volumetric Lens suitable for most
rooms
110° Field of View ensures the whole room
is protected
Close proximity creep zones to detect close
to the Detector
Sealed Optics to prevent insect intrusion
and protect electronics (MX (+)/QX(+))
Mirrored Look Down Lens to detect
immediately below the unit (MX(+)/QX(+))
Light pipe to enable walk test and for total
visibility (QX(+))
PIR Detectors
The Gardscan ‘M’ & ‘Q’ range of PIR detectors
utilise the latest technology to give you styling,
reliability, value and peace of mind.
Superior Reliability
The Gardscan ‘M’ & ‘Q’ ranges will remain ahead of the field through the attention to
detail taken in every facet of the development process. The latest surface mount
technology is used to ensure the highest levels of accuracy and the range was nominated
for the leading Global Security Awards for Innovation.
Superior Design Aesthetics
This is another area where these Gardscan ranges excel, the use of the latest CAD
Technology and electronics have produced a design and physical size that ensures they
blend into any environment. The major difference between the respective ‘M’ & ‘Q’
ranges is in the design of the casing. Both offer visual LED indication when testing the
unit to ensure it is fully operational. The ‘M’ range has the LED behind the lens whereas
the ‘Q’ range has a distinctive light pipe that ensures the LED is visible from all angles
within the room. This facility has been taken to another level in the Gardscan QX+
whereby the unit can be programmed for the LED to flash when set, providing another
visual indication that the premises are protected to any would-be intruder.
Application
The standard 12m range (15m for ‘MX’+ & ‘QX’+) together with close proximity creep
zones and an extensive feature range ensure that one of the models in the range is
suitable for any indoor domestic or commercial application. The additional Long Range,
Curtain and Pet Alley lenses available cater for the different environments encountered.
Gardscan MX+ and QX+
Additional features:
Advanced temperature compensation for
hostile environments
Standard latch input to determine the
device that triggered the alarm
Two colour LED display helps in the
installation
Unique Gard LED when activated flashes
when system is set to provide visual
deterrent to any potential intruder
Dimensions:
M&Q
Comparative
size
Gardscan MX(+) and QX(+)
(includes sealed optics)
Gardscan
Q Range
Gardscan
M Range
H78 X W51 X D36mm
the gardscan®
YOUR PROFESSIONAL INSTALLER IS:
GLIT4061/C
PIR Detectors
Protect your property with technology
RISCO Group UK Ltd Tel: 0870 60 510000 www.riscogroup.com
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GARDINER TECHNOLOGY
Gardscan ‘M’ Series of PIRs
Installation Instructions
Introduction
The Gardscan ‘M’ Series Infra-Red detectors are high quality
PIRs incorporating the latest SMT (surface mount technology) production techniques to give you the ultimate PIR
detector that is efficient, reliable and compact.
The Gardscan ‘M’ Series offers pulse count options of 1, 2 or
3 pulses to accommodate any environmental problems that
may occur. An additional LED disable feature is provided.
The following models are covered by this leaflet:Part No.
Name
05-110
Gardscan ‘M’
05-111
Gardscan ‘MX’
(With Lookdown & Sealed Optics)
7)
Whilst feeding the cable through the cable entry
offer the base to the wall then screw the base to
the wall using the screws provided.
8)
After wiring and adjusting the PCB (see relevant
sections). replace the cover and tighten the
cover retaining screw.
Fig 1. Gardscan Base
C
C
C
Range adjustment of the unit is achieved via one retaining
screw and five preset notches on the PCB giving simple but
accurate and repeatable range adjustment. All units are supplied with a standard volumetric lens giving a maximum
range of 12 metres and a 110° field of view. The Gardscan
‘M’ Series are suitable for corner or wall mounting and an
optional ceiling mount bracket is also available.The cover is
held in position by a single retaining screw that has been
angled outward to ease the process of refitting the cover.
A= Knockouts for flat wall
mounting.
C
C
B A
B
E
E
B= Knockouts for corner
mounting.
C= Knockouts for cable
entry.
D
B
B
C
C A
C
C
C
D= PCB retaining screw
pillar.
E= PCB adjustment
locating lugs.
Mounting Location
The surface that the PIR is to be mounted to should be of
firm construction and free from vibration.
Do not mount the unit in a position where direct or reflected
sunlight can fall on the lens.
Do not mount the unit in draughty locations.
Do not mount the unit over or facing heat sources.
Fig 2. Gardscan Wiring
Control
Panel
Control
Aux
Panel
Supply
Alarm
Circuit 0V 12V
COUNT
Control
Panel
Tamper
Circuit
Mounting
To mount the PIR to the wall proceed as follows:-
COUNT
LED
2
1
3
Slacken (but do not remove) the cover fixing
screw and remove the cover.
2)
Unscrew the PCB retaining screw.
3)
Remove the PCB and store in a safe place.
4)
Referring to Fig 1. remove the desired cable
entry and fixing blanks (only remove necessary
blanks).
5)
6)
Using the PIR base as a template mark the wall
(under no circumstances drill through the base).
Using a suitable drill bit, drill the wall and fit the
rawl plugs (supplied).
2
1
3
(MAX) 1
2
3
4
E
(MIN) 5
Do not run cabling to the unit parallel to mains wiring.
1)
LED
Adjust final
position as required
(MAX) 1
2
3
4
(MIN) 5
LED2
GARDINER TECHNOLOGY
01706 510000
UK
ALARM
0V
12V TAMPER
Wiring
Wiring to the PIR should be six core 7/02 security cable.
This cable should be fitted in accordance with good wiring
practice. Connection details are given in Fig 2.
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Coverage
The coverage pattern of the Gardscan ‘M’ Series is shown in
Fig 3. & Fig 4.
Fig 6 Left Hand Group (LED)
Fig 3. Coverage Pattern (plan view)
LED Enabled
LED Disabled
Adjustment
The Gardscan ‘M’ range may be adjusted by loosening the
PCB retaining screw and moving the PCB into one of the
five preset notches. With the unit mounted at the recommended 2.3 metres and counting the top notch as No.1 the
following ranges may be achieved.
Long Range (Top Layer)
Mid Range (Centre Layer)
Short Range (Bottom Layer)
Look Down (Look Down versions only)
Note:
Fig 4 Coverage Pattern (side view)
2.3m
n
dow
Look
5.3
12m
7.5
0.22m 0.77
The above illustration assumes a mounting height of 2.3m with the PCB in the lowest position
The Lookdown segment refers only to Lookdown versions of the Gardscan 'M'
Link Options
Two groups of links are available on the PCB. The right
hand group controls the pulse count whilst the left hand
group controls the LED. The options are as follows.
Fig 5 Right Hand Group (Pulse Count)
Pulse Count 1
Pulse Count 2
Position
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Pulse Count 3
Down Angle
5°
10°
15°
20°
25°
Range
12m+
12m
6m
4.5m
3m
The PCB retaining screw may be omitted for
the ‘MX’ version. The PCB will be held in
position by the sealed optics.
Specification
‘M’
‘MX’
Voltage Range 9.5-16V d.c
✓
✓
Current Consumption 13mA
✓
✓
Max Ripple 4V Pk to Pk
✓
✓
N/C Alarm Output
✓
✓
2 Second Alarm Period (typical)
✓
✓
N/C Tamper Output (0.5A @24V)
✓
✓
-10°C to +50°C Operating Temp
✓
✓
12 metres Nominal Range
✓
✓
110°Coverage Angle
✓
✓
21 Main Lens Segments
✓
✓
>20V/m to 1000MHz RFI Protection
✓
✓
Dual Element Pyro
✓
✓
1, 2, 3 Pulse Count
✓
✓
Corner, Flat Wall or Ceiling (via
optional bracket).
✓
✓
✓
Sealed Optics
✓
Look Down Optics
White Light Filter
✓
✓
Gardiner Technology Ltd
Queensway, Rochdale, OL11 1TQ. United Kingdom
Tel: 01706 510000 Fax: 01706 510100
International Tel: + 44 1706 510000 Fax: + 44 1706 510100
Internet: http://www.gardiner-technology.com e-mail: [email protected]
Technical Support Tel: 01706 510200 Fax:01706 510010
(Mon - Fri 0900 - 1730)
PR4594Rev1.0
PROTEXT - GSM REMOTE CONTROL
• Remote Control From a Mobile Phone
• Easy to Install and Configure using SMS
commands
(No PC required).
• 4 Digital Inputs (Volt Free)
• Upto 8 Relay Outputs rated 240Vac 5A
• User Can set inputs and outputs Names
• Up to 5 mobiles per input
• Outputs controlled by SMS text message
• Request Status via SMS
PROTEXT
• Enclosure Rated IP68 (Pressure Washer Proof)
• Automatically Sends SMS message when input
activated
• Accepts all major SIM Cards.
• Tri-band GSM for use in Europe & USA
PROTEXT-DIN RAIL
Applications
• Remote control by GSM Mobile phone.
• Remote Maintenance, warnings / Alarms.
• Irrigation Systems.
S
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• Remote system monitoring.
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• Plant Maintenance.
PROTEXT
• Security Systems
• Alert / Panic caller
Inputs
Ordering Information
PART No
PROTEXT
PROTEXT-DIN
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GSM Telemetry System DIN Rail Module
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User Manual
1.
Introduction ............................................................................4
2.
Hardware Features................................................................4
Features
PROTEXT Features ..................................................................................................................... 4
PROTEXT DIN Features.............................................................................................................. 4
SIM card ...................................................................................................................................... 5
Power Connections..................................................................................................................... 5
Input Connections and Output Relays ..................................................................................... 5
Signal Strength / LED Indication .............................................................................................. 6
Power Loss.................................................................................................................................. 6
Wall Mounting ............................................................................................................................. 6
3.
Optional Power Supply...........................................................7
Supply
4.
PROTEXTPROTEXT-DIN Optional Modules...........................................8
Modules
215 Relay Output Module ......................................................................................................... 8
230 Relay Output Module ......................................................................................................... 8
Enclosure c/w Mains Power Supply.......................................................................................... 8
5.
Extending the Antenna..........................................................9
Antenna
CBA-UFLSMA-1 .......................................................................................................................... 9
External Mount Gain Antenna .................................................................................................. 9
GSM20-ANT ................................................................................................................................ 9
ANT-GSMPUKS ........................................................................................................................... 9
ANT-GSMSTUB3 ......................................................................................................................... 9
ANT-GSM5WM............................................................................................................................ 9
6.
User SetSet-Up Commands .....................................................10
Definitions.................................................................................................................................. 10
User Set-Up of PROTEXT ........................................................................................................ 10
Unit Password........................................................................................................................... 11
Unit Identity .............................................................................................................................. 11
Input number-to-text............................................................................................................... 11
Power Failure number-to-text ................................................................................................ 12
Deleting numbers-to-text ....................................................................................................... 12
Response on/off......................................................................................................................... 12
Output delay time..................................................................................................................... 13
Combining Set-Up Commands into one SMS Text............................................................... 13
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7.
Control Commands...............................................................14
Commands
Report GSM Signal Strength ................................................................................................. 14
Activate and deactivate outputs ........................................................................................... 14
Retrieve status of inputs and outputs ................................................................................. 14
Retrieve unit settings.............................................................................................................. 14
Customising input names ........................................................................................................ 15
Customising output names ..................................................................................................... 15
Activate and deactivate outputs using custom names ...................................................... 15
Retrieve saved numbers to text for INUMn ......................................................................... 16
Retrieve saved numbers to text for PNUM.......................................................................... 16
8.
Messages generated by PROTEXT.....................................17
PROTEXT
Change Of Status Of Inputs ................................................................................................... 17
Error in received message ...................................................................................................... 17
9.
Advanced Input Commands .................................................18
Setting a Time delay on Input ................................................................................................ 18
Setting Input Pulse Counts..................................................................................................... 18
Reporting the value of the Input Pulse Counter .................................................................. 18
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1. Introduction
PROTEXT is a self contained Remote Control Solution which provides a Relay Switch outputs and
‘no volt’ switch inputs.
The user can send a Text message to control the output relays and PROTEXT will automatically
send an SMS Text message to upto five telephone numbers.
Outputs can be given custom names and Text messages that PROTEXT Generates can be preset
by the user.
2. Hardware Features
PROTEXT Features
Integrated Antenna connector
2 x Relay outputs
SIM Card
Here
Relay
Outputs
1-2
Power
Connection
Input
Digital
Inputs
1-4
PROTEXT DIN Features
External Antenna connector via UFL connector
2 x Relay outputs on board
8 Outputs using Relay Module
(These simply plug and play no additional connections required)
Optional Relay
Modules
Antenna Connection
SIM Card
Here
Outputs 1 -8
215
8 Relays
Direct Relay
Outputs 1-2
230 4 Relays
Power
Connection
Input
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1-4
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SIM card
The unit will accept SIM cards of most types subject to the following restrictions.
1. Only 3 Volt SIM cards will be correctly read and older 5 Volt types will be ignored.
2. The message memory of the SIM card should be clear before it is fitted to the
PROTEXT unit.
3. SIM cards that have been protected by means of a PIN (in a mobile phone) will
not operate in the unit.
unit
4. Some types of pay-as-you-go SIM cards may require regular call activity (once
every six months) to remain registered.
5. It is recommended to barr Incoming voice calls to the SIM card before it is used
in the PROTEXT unit to avoid any error messages being sent back to the user.
This can be achieved by calling the service provider.
The SIM card should be inserted into PROTEXT before applying power
Power Connections
The PROTEXT unit can be powered from 12 or 24Vdc, a mains power supply is also available.
Power is connected via the Power Screw Terminal
Input Connections and Output Relays
The four inputs are provided via screw terminals
0V/IN1
0V/IN2
0V/IN3
0V/IN4
These are volt-free digital inputs are designed to be actuated by contact ‘switch’ closures
across the input pins.
Two relay outputs are provided on PROTEXT and PROTEXT-DIN, which provide a ‘switch’ output as
below.
Relay Outputs
User Inputs
0V
IN2
0V
IN1
CH1
NC
CO M
NO
NC
CO M
NO
Users
Switch
contacts
CH2
Relay Connections when
Transmitter NOT Operating
Relay Connections when
Transmitter OPERATING
PROTEXT-DIN can also provide a further six additional outputs by using the Relay Modules which
connect directly to the PROTEXT-DIN.
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Signal Strength / LED Indication
There are four LEDs on the circuit board. The Green LED indicates power is applied
The three Red LEDs indicate the status of PROTEXT as below
During Initialisation After Power UP
RED LED Action
LED’s illuminate
alternately
All LED’s flash together
Description
PROTEXT is undergoing power up initialisation (can take many
seconds)
No Simcard present
Normal Operation
Operation
RED LED Action
No LEDs
One LED on Steady
Two LEDs on Steady
Three LEDs on Steady
Description
No signal
Low signal strength
Medium signal strength
High signal strength
When Transmitting or Receiving a TEXT
RED LED Action
One LED Flashing
TWO LED’s Flashing
Description
PROTEXT is Receiving an SMS
PROTEXT is transmitting an SMS
Power Loss
The PROTEXT has a facility to text a specific number when power fails. This number will be
notified once power is re-applied to the PROTEXT after failure.
In the event of power loss to the PROTEXT the unit will maintain the user configured data
entered during the User set-up sequence, as this information is stored in non-volatile memory.
However the status of the relays will be lost.
Wall Mounting
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3. Optional Power Supply
Sealed Unit to IP67
Miniature Size 83 x 37 x 30mm
Resin Potted Unit
2.1mm Female Jack
Input 100-240Vac
Wall Fixing Lugs
Output 12Vdc 1A
Supplied with 3.3m lead
Part No
PSU12V1AIN-IP
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Power Supply 110-240Vac input, 12Vdc 1A Output IP67
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4. PROTEXTPROTEXT-DIN Optional Modules
Relay Outputs 1 - 4
215 Relay Output Module
PROTEXT
8 relay switches rated 230Vac at 5A
Each relay provides ‘input’ and ‘normally open’
screw terminals
Connect 215, RLY1-4 to PROTEXT LK3 & RLY58 to PROTEXT LK2
•
•
•
215
Relay Outputs 5 - 8
Dimensions: Within DIN Rail: 93 x 82 mm (PCB: 90 x 72mm)
Storage Temperature: -10 to +70o Celsius.
Operating Temperature: 0 to +55o Celsius.
Electrical Characteristics
Min
Typical
Max
Units
Supply Voltage
From PROTEXT-DIN
Relay* output Rating
Max rating is
Type KB12
3A/220VAC/30VDC
*The relay contacts in this unit are for functional use only and must not be used for isolation purposes
230 Relay Output Module
•
•
•
PROTEXT
230
4 relay (type K7SFA12) outputs rated
for up to 30A at 230Vac.
Each relay provides ‘input’ and ‘normally
open’ Spade Terminals.
Connect 230, J1 to PROTEXT LK3
Relay Outputs 1 - 4
Dimensions: Within DIN Rail: 115 x 82 mm (PCB: 109 x 72mm)
Storage Temperature: -10 to +70o Celsius.
Operating Temperature: 0 to +55o Celsius.
Electrical Characteristics
Min
Typical
Max
Units
Characteristics
Supply Voltage
From PROTEXT-DIN
Relay output Rating @ 230Vac*
30
A
@ 12Vdc
20
A
*The relay contacts in this unit are for functional use only and must not be used for isolation purposes
Enclosure c/w Mains Power Supply
•
•
•
IP56 Insulation Class 2
DIN Rails mounted on Steel Plate
12Vdc 1A PSU incorporated accepts 110-240Vac (5A Fused)
Dimensions
External
Internal
DIN Rail length 1
DIN Rail length 2
315 x 235 x 130mm
300 x 220 x 120mm
285mm
180mm
Part No
ENC-DA3
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DIN Rail Enclosure Assembly, Two Mounting Rails, 12Vdc PSU Fitted
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5. Extending the Antenna
C20 is supplied with an internal integrated antenna. For low signal areas this may be removed
and an external antenna fitted. The following products are available as optional extras.
Please Note:
Note Fitting the bulkhead connector in the enclosure will mean that the enclosure is no
longer IP68! Additional water sealing will be required if the unit is exposed.
CBACBA-UFLSMAUFLSMA-1
This cable which replaces the on-board cable connecting directly onto the
GSM engine and provides a bulkhead SMA connector which may be fitted to
the enclosure
External Mount Gain Antenna
GSM20GSM20-ANT
Magnetic mount type
Gain 3db
VSWR < 1.5:1
Height ~ 236 mm (including magnetic base)
Cable : Coax Type RG-174U length 2.5m
ANTANT-GSMPUKS
GSM Screw Mount 3m coax SMA(M)
Low Profile Package
World-Wide Use
+2dBi Gain
Rugged Screw Fix connector
3metres Cable
ANTANT-GSMSTUB3
GSM Stubby +3dB Mag Mount SMA(M)
Active gain: +3dBi
Omni directional
3m Connecting Lead
ANTANT-GSM5WM
GSM DB +5dB Wall Mount SMA(M)
Wall Mount Whip Antenna
900 / 1800MHz
Active gain: +5dB
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6. User SetSet-Up Commands
Definitions
The following definitions are used throughout this document and generally in connection with PROTEXT.
Message
An SMS (‘text’) message sent from one mobile station to another.
~ Denotes a ‘space’ in the message.
Alphanumeric.
Alphanumeric Characters in the range A to Z (upper and lower case), numbers in the range 0 – 9.
Mobile.
Mobile
A mobile telephone that is used to send and receive SMS messages.
User SetSet-Up of PROTEXT
Note that the User Password is case sensitive but the commands are not case sensitive and will be converted into upper case before the unit
handles them. This means that any user command responses, which echo the original command will do so in upper case.
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Command
Description
Command Syntax
The User Password can be an alphanumeric string
containing from 5 to10 characters.
Unit Password
(UPW)
Example
Command:
UPW~Password123456
UPW~<UNIT PW>
Selection of the UPW must be completed within 5
minutes from power applied. Setting the UPW is
carried out by sending a text message to the unit.
Response:
UPW~OK
If for any reason the unit password is lost the user
must remove all power to the unit for 1 minute, Then
start the process of entering a UPW again.
Unit Identity
(UID)
(Optional)
The <UNIT ID> is an alphanumeric string consisting
4 to 10 characters.
This sets the ‘identity’ of the PROTEXT unit, and is
included in any response to from PRIOTEXT so that
the user can identify the PROTEXT.
Input number
number--tototext
This command sets the mobile number that the SMS
Text message is sent to when input is changed.
The number must be in full international format
including country code and leading zeros.
(INUM)
Note the country code for the United Kingdom is 44.
(Optional)
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<UNIT PW>~UID~<UNIT
ID>
Note the PROTEXT can store up to 5 mobile
numbers per input.
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Command:
Password123456~UID~Identity7
Response:
Identity7~UID~OK
<UNIT PW>~INUMn~<num
to text>
n=1
n=2
n=3
n=4
for
for
for
for
input1
input 2
input 3
input 4
Command:
Password123456~INUM1~003361234567
8
Response:
Identity7~INUM1~0033612345678~OK
This example selects a French mobile
(country code 33) with national number 06
12 34 56 78 (leading 0 omitted), this
number will be text if IN1 changes state.
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User Setup Commands cont...
PLEASE NOTE: ~ denotes a ‘space’ in the format of a message
Command
Power Failure
numbernumber-toto-text
(PNUM)
(Optional)
Deleting numbersnumberstoto-text
Response on/off
(RESPONSE)
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Description
This command is used to identify the mobile number
which is to be text if power has been removed and
re-applied to the PROTEXT. PNUM can store up to
5 mobile numbers.
If either of INUMn or PNUM contain a mobile number
that is already present in the phone number list
then this number will be deleted. After deletion a
text will be sent to the user to confirm the deletion
of that number.
This command is used to control the responses that
are to be sent from PROTEXT following receipt and
carrying out of a command.
NOTE: messages which specifically demand a
response such as requests for input status will
always be responded to as will the UPW, UID and
RESP~OFF messages.
The default setting is for response to be turned off.
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Command Syntax
<UNIT PW>~PNUMn~
<number to text>
<UNIT PW>~x~<num to
text>
Where x represents
either INUMn or PNUM
<UNIT
PW>~RESPONSE~x
x=ON or OFF
Example
Command:
Password123456~PNUM~003361234567
8
Command:
Password123456~PNUM~003361234567
8
Response:
UID~PNUM~<0033612345678>~deleted
Command:
Password123456~RESPONSE~ON
Response:
Identity7~RESPONSE~ON~OK
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PLEASE NOTE: ~ denotes a ‘space’ in the format of a message
Command
Description
Output delay time
This command sets an activation time of the relay
outputs. The default is to remain on following an ON
command and turn off following an OFF command.
If ‘t’ is set to a value from 1 to 9 then this sets the
number of seconds for which the output remains on
after an ON command. The OFF command is then
ignored. If ‘t’ is set to ‘0’, then the output returns
to default setting
(ODEL)
Command Syntax
Example
<UNIT PW>~ODELn~t
Command:
Password123456~ODEL1~7
n=Relay number
t=Delay time (seconds)
Response:
Identity7~ODEL1~7~OK
Combining SetSet-Up Commands into one SMS Text
In order to reduce the number of text messages to be sent when setting up, several commands may be combined together within a single Text
message sent to PROTEXT.
Any commands may be sent together, (the limit being that a text message can only be 160characters in total). Each command is separated by a
Commands Excluded from Multiple messages are : initial setting of password. Status Request
Command Syntax
Example
<UNIT PW>~Command1, Command2, Command3, Command4,……..
In the following example the text message sends the following commands in one text, (the Password is ‘Password123456’)
Input Number3 to Text the number ‘01273 898000’
Output1 identity to be ‘Sprayer’
Text to be sent:
< Password1234>~UID~<GATWICK>,~INUM3~<01273898000>, OSTRING1 Sprayer
Response
GATWICK~INUM3~<01273898000>~OSTRING1~Sprayer
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7. Control Commands
PLEASE NOTE: ~ denotes a ‘space’ in the format of a message
Command
Report GSM Signal
Strength
(SIGQ)
Activate and
deactivate outputs
Description
This command is used to check and report the
GSM signal strength
Where ‘Level’ = ‘POOR’ (in this case consider
adding an external antenna or re-siting the
PROTEXT)
‘OK’
‘Good’
‘Excellent”
This command is used to turn a relay output on
or off.
(OUT)
Retrieve status of
inputs and outputs
Command Syntax
This command requests that the status of the
inputs and outputs be returned to this caller.
<UNIT PW>~SIGQ
This command requests that the settings of the
unit be returned to the caller.
<UNIT PW>~OUTn~x
n=Relay number = 1 to 8
x=Relay Status = ON, OFF
Response:
Identity7~OUT1~ON~OK
Command:
Password123456~STATUS
<UNIT PW>~STATUS
Response:
Identity7~IN1ON~IN2OFF~OUT1ON~OUT2O
N
Command:
Password123456~SETTINGS
<UNIT PW>~SETTINGS
Response:
Identity7~SETTINGS~ODEL1~2~ODEL2~0
(SETTINGS)
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Example:
Password1234~SIGQ
Response
Identity7~SIGQ~Good
Command:
Password123456~OUT1~ON
(STATUS)
Retrieve unit
settings
Example
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PLEASE NOTE: ~ denotes a ‘space’ in the format of a message
Customising
Customising input
names
(ISTRING)
Customis
Customising output
names
(OSTRING)
The <ISTRING> is an alphanumeric string
consisting of up to 15 characters.
This string of characters sets the custom
input name. For example if input 1 is a
detector on a door then input 1 can be
assigned the name DOOR.
The <OSTRING> is an alphanumeric string
consisting of up to 15 characters.
This string of characters sets the custom
name for outgoing data. For example if
output 1 is used to open/close a vent then
output 1 can be assigned the name VENT.
<UNIT PW>~ISTRINGn~name
n=Input number to assign to.
name=Custom name to assign.
<UNIT PW>~OSTRINGn~name
n=Output number to assign to.
name=Custom name to assign.
<UNIT PW>~OUTn~name~x
Activate and deactivate
outputs using custom
names
This command is used to turn a relay on or
off using its custom name
(OUT)
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n=Relay number = 1 or 2
x=Relay Status = ON, OFF
name=Custom name
Command:
Password123456~ISTRING1~AIRCON
Response:
Identity7~ISTRING1~AIRCON~OK
Command:
Password123456~OSTRING1~AIRCON
Response:
Identity7~OSTRING1~AIRCON~OK
Command:
Password123456~AIRCON~ON
Response:
Identity7~AIRCON~ON~OK
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Control Commands Cont…
PLEASE NOTE: ~ denotes a ‘space’ in the format of a message
<UNIT PW>~
SETTINGS~INUMn
Command:
Password123456~settings~INUM1
Where n=1 for input1
Retrieve saved
numbers to text for
INUMn
This command requests the mobile phone
numbers for inputs 1 to 4 (INUMn) to be
returned to this caller.
Where
n=1 for
n=2 for
n=3 for
n=4 for
input
input
input
input
1
2
3
4
Response:
<UNIT ID>~SETTINGS~INUM1~<numbers to
text>
For example:
Identity7~SETTINGS~INUM1~00331245577
84
Command:
Password123456~settings~PNUM
Retrieve saved
numbers to text for
PNUM
This command requests the mobile phone
numbers to text in the event of power failure
to be returned to this caller.
<UNIT PW>~
SETTINGS~PNUM
Response:
<UNIT ID>~SETTINGS~PNUM1~<numbers to
text>
For example:
Identity7~SETTINGS~PNUM1~00331245577
84
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8. Messages generated by PROTEXT
PLEASE NOTE:
NOTE: ~ Denotes a ‘space’ in the format of a message
Message
Change Of Status
Of Inputs
(IN)
Error in received
message
(!!ERROR!!)
Text user after
power reset:
(FAILED)
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Description
This message reports a change of input state to
the designated mobile number (set using the
INUM command). A message is sent with the
following format.
A change of input will only be ‘valid’ after
5mSecs
Where the PROTEXT unit is processing an SMS
messages then the response time could be up
to 250mS.
When an incoming SMS contains an error in the
message format, no action will be taken by the
unit other than to send an error message back
to the calling mobile along with a copy of the
erroneous message itself.
Texts will be sent to mobile phone numbers
stored in PNUM on reboot after a power failure
or reset (when power is reapplied).
Note this feature is enabled or disabled by
simply either having mobile phone numbers in
PNUM or not.
Message Syntax
Example
<UNIT ID>~INn~x
n=input channel =1 or 2
x=input status=ON or OFF
Identity7~IN1~ON
<UNIT ID>~m~!!ERROR!!
Identity7~UPW~OUTn~OFF~!!ERRROR!!
m=Your Message Returned
<UNIT ID>~
Reboot~power~had~failed
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9. Advanced Input Commands
message
ssage
PLEASE NOTE: ~ denotes a ‘space’ in the format of a me
Command
Setting a Time
delay on Input
(INUMDLY)
Setting Input Pulse
Counts
(INUMD)
Reporting the value
of the Input Pulse
Counter
Description
This command is used to delay PROTEXT sending a
text message when and input is activated.
This command sets the starting number delay
counter (Max 65535). When the input is activated
the counter starts to down-count in seconds. When
the delay counter reaches zero, providing the input
is still activated the text message will be sent.
This command is used to set the number of times an
input must be activated before PROTEXT sends a
text message.
An example is where you want to receive a text
message only after an input has been triggered 5
times.
This command also resets the counter to the
original value
This command reports the current number in the
Pulse counter
<UNIT
PW>~INUMDLY1=xxxxx
Where ‘xxxxx’ is a number
from 0 to 65535
<UNIT
PW>~INUMCNT1=xxxxx
Where ‘xxxxx’ is a number
from 0 to 65535
<UNIT PW>~INUMCNTVAL1
Example
Command:
Password1234~INUMDLY1 60
Response
UID~INUMDLY1~60~OK
Command:
Password1234~INUMCNT3 44332
Response
UID~INUMCNT3~44332~OK
Now the Input 3 will only send a text
message after the input has been
triggered 44332 times.
Example:
Password1234~INUMCNTVAL3
Response
UID~INUMCNTVAL3=yyyyy~OK
Where yyyyy is the current value of the
input pulse timer counter
(INUMCNTVAL)
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Command Syntax
2009 REG No 277 4001, ENGLAND.
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PROTEXT - GSM REMOTE CONTROL
R F Solutions Ltd.,
Unit 21, Cliffe Industrial Estate,
Lewes, E. Sussex. BN8 6JL. England.
Email : [email protected]
Tel: +44 (0)1273 898 000
http://www.rfsolutions.co.uk
Fax: +44 (0)1273 480 661
Information contained in this document is believed to be accurate, however no representation or warranty is given and no liability is assumed by R.F. Solutions Ltd. with respect to
the accuracy of such information. Use of R.F.Solutions as critical components in life support systems is not authorised except with express written approval from R.F.Solutions Ltd.
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ABRR012 SPECIFICATION SHEET
RoHS 9
SPECIFICATIONS
ABRR012 Round Rocker
Rating
Colour
Switching Action
Contact Diameter
Contact Resistance
Insulation Resistance
Electrical Life
Operation force
Operating Temperature Range
Housing Material
Rocker Material
Terminal Material
Contact Material
24VDC 10A
Black Body Red Illuminated
SP On-off
P5 (2.3mm)
30m Ohms Max
500VDC 100M Ohms Min
10000 cycles
300 – 600gf
-25 - 125°C
Nylon #66 UL 94V-2
PC UL 94HB
Copper Alloy SN or AG plated
AgNi (15) Alloy
SON4 - 10 Tone Sounder & L.E.D. Beacon ‘Sonora’
12,24,48vdc
SON4 L.E.D
-
77,00
86,00
+
SON4
L.E.D
DC
S2 S3
Stage 2 Stage 3
24,115, 230vac
Ø6,00
102,00
86,00
86,00
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
86,00
SON4
L.E.D
AC
98,00
L~
N~
C S2 S3
Stage 2 Stage 3
Voltage :
12vdc
24vdc
48vdc
24vac
50/60Hz
115vac
50/60Hz
230vac
50/60Hz
Voltage range :
+/-25%
+/-25%
+/-25%
+/-10%
+/-10%
+/-10%
Current mA :
50mA
35mA*
40mA
60mA
25mA
20mA
* Current at nominal voltage on Tone 1.
SON4L 24vdc unit is CPD Compliant.
EN54-3
Type B
Stage1
tone
Fre que ncy
De s cr iption
Tone 1
Tone 2
800/1000Hz @ 0.25 sec Alternating
500/1200Hz @ 0.3Hz 0.5 sec Slow Whoop
Tone 3
Tone 4
Tone 5
Tone 8
1200/500Hz @ 1Hz - DIN / PFEER P.T.A.P.
544Hz (100mS)/440Hz (400mS) - NF S 32-001
1000Hz Continuous
2400/2900 @ 50Hz sw eeping
IP55
The tones listed
have been tested to
EN54-3 and are
compliant with the
Construction
Pro duct D irective
89/106/EEC.
EN54-3 te st data :
document D0665
>100dB(A)@1m
ISN0606-B
No liabil ity i s acce pted for an y con sequen ce of the u se of this docume nt. T he tec hnica l spec ifica tion o f thi s unit is
sub ject t o chan ge wi thout notice due to our policy of contin ual product devel opment . All dimen sions are
app roxima te.Thi s uni t is sold su bject to ou r stan dard condit ions of sal e, a c opy o f whic h is a vaila ble on reque st.
Tel : 0044(0)2087438880 mail : [email protected]
Fax : 0044(0)2087404200 web : www.e-2-s.com
Stage1
Frequency
Stage2
Stage3
tone
Description
(S2)
(S3)
Tone 1
800/1000Hz @ 0.25 sec Alternating
Tone 8
Tone 5
Tone 2
500/1200Hz @ 0.3Hz 0.5 sec Slow Whoop
Tone 3
1200/500Hz @ 1Hz - DIN / PFEER P.T.A.P.
Tone 1
Tone 1
Tone 8
Tone 8
Tone 4
Tone 5
544Hz (100mS)/440Hz (400mS) - NF S 32-001
1000Hz Continuous - PFEER Toxic Gas
554Hz
Tone 1
Tone 2
Tone 6
Tone 6
Bell
Tone 1
Tone 8
Tone 7
Tone 8
800/1000Hz @ 7Hz Sweeping
Tone 5
Tone 1
Tone 5
Tone 1
Tone 9
Tone 10
2400/2900Hz @ 50Hz Sweeping
420Hz @ 0.625 sec Australian Alert
500-1200Hz 3.75sec /0.25sec. Australian Evac.
Tone 10
Tone 6
Tone 5
Tone 5
Tone 1
Tone 2
Tone 4
Tone 5
Tone 6
Tone 7
Tone 8
Tone 9
Tone 10
Fig 1.
Tone 3
•
•
Tone selection. To select a tone place the pin link in the position shown above (Fig. 1).
•
Tonwahl / Einstellung der Schalter. Zur Wahl eines Tons die Klemmenanschlüsse in die
angegebenen Positionen bringen (Fig. 1).
•
Selezione tono / regolazione commutatore. Per selezionare un tono, disporre i collegamenti a
cavallotto nelle posizioni indicate (Fig. 1).
•
Seleção de tons / ajuste dos comutadores. Para seleccionar um tom, coloque as ligações dos
pinos na posição mostrada (Fig.1).
•
Selección Tono / programación interruptores. Para seleccionar un tono colocar las conexiones
de los puentes en las posiciones mostradas (Fig. 1).
•
Toonselectie. Om een toon te selecteren de pinverbinding in de hierboven aangetoonde positie
plaatsen (Fig. 1)
•
•
•
Valg af tone. Valg af en tone sker ved at anbringe stiftforbindelsen i ovenstående position (fig.1).
Sélection de la tonalité / réglage des commutateurs. Pour sélectionner une tonalité, mettre les
socles à broches dans les positions illustrées (Fig. 1).
Velge tone . For å velge en tone må du plassere stiftleddet i posisjonen som vist ovenfor (fig.1).
Tonv al. Välj en ton genom att placera stiftanslutningen i läget som visas ovan (fig.1).
NOTE: Ple ase check factory settings a nd ens ure the cor rect a larm tone is sele cted for your country or application.
Pas op: bij ingebr uikstelling die nt u zich ervan te overtuigen dat de unit op de juiste toon is ingeste ld.
•Volume Control
•Réglage du volume
•Steuerung der Lautstärke
•Controllo volume
•Controlo do Volume
•Control Volumen
•Vol umen kontrol
•Vo lum ereg eli ng
•Vo lum kon tro ll
•Vo lym kon tro ll
T E C H NI C AL
S P E C IF I C AT I O N
SON4 Sonora L.E.D. / Bulb
Combination Alarm Sounder unit
l
Nominal output: 100dB(A) @ 1m +/-3dB, Tone 2
l
10 alarm tones
l
3 stage alarm option
l
Volume control
l
Automatic synchronisation on multi-sounder systems
l
32m effective range @ 1kHz
l
L.E.D. beacon : 5 x high intensity L.E.D. @ 2Hz
l
Bulb beacon : 1.3 watt filament bulb @ 1Hz
l
Wide range of voltages available.
l
Reverse polarity switching on DC units
l
Reverse polarity diode protection on DC units.
l
IP55 - can be increased to IP56 (dust protected, watertight) with WR kit.
l
Tropicalisation available on request.
l
Enclosure material: UL94V0 & 5VA rated FR ABS
l
Colour available: Red (RAL3000), Grey or White.
l
4 x gland knockouts in side & back.
l
Operating temperature: -25 to +55°C
l
Mounting via internal BESA compatible fixing positions.
l
Storage temperature: -40 to +70°C
l
AC units have external mounting lugs in addition to the above.
l
Relative humidity: 90% at 20°C
l
All units offer IN and OUT terminals
l
Weight: DC: 0.30Kg AC: 0.40Kg
l
Terminals accept 0.5 to 2.5mm² cables.
l
VdS approved to EN54-3 (CPD 89/106/EEC)
Voltage :
Input voltages and
current consumption
for the SON4 L.E.D.
12vdc
24vdc
48vdc
24vac
115vac
230vac
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
+/-25%
+/-25%
+/-25%
+/-10%
+/-10%
+/-10%
Current mA :
50mA
50mA
40mA
60mA
25mA
20mA
Voltage :
24vdc
24vac
115vac
230vac
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
50/60Hz
Voltage range :
+/-25%
+/-10%
+/-10%
+/-10%
Current mA :
150mA
180mA
50mA
30mA
86,00
SON4 AC Dimensions.
77,00
Ø6,00
102,00
86,00
86,00
86,00
SON4 DC Dimensions.
Input voltages and
current consumption
for the SON4 Bulb.
Voltage range :
A continuously rated compact combination
sounder & beacon, ideal for fire and security
applications.
98,00
All dimensions are in millimetres.
Also available as the SON4 Xenon combination
sounder beacon unit, SON2 32 tone sounder and the
low current SONF1 10 tone sounder
Pag e 1 o f 2
European Safety System s Ltd
Impress House
Mansell Road
London, U.K. W3 7QH
Tel
Fax
mail
web
: +44 (0) 20 8743 8880
: +44 (0) 20 8740 4200
: [email protected]
: www.e2s.com
Stag e 1
Fr e qu e ncy
ton e
De s cr iption
[email protected] 1m
Stage 2
Stag e 3
(S 2)
( S3)
Tone 1
800/1000Hz @ 0.25 s ec A lter nating
99dB (A ) @ 1m
Tone 8
Tone 5
Tone 2
500/1200Hz @ 0.3Hz 0.5 sec Slow Whoop
100dB( A ) @ 1m
Tone 1
Tone 8
Tone 3
1200/500Hz @ 1Hz - DIN / PFEER P.T.A .P.
99dB (A ) @ 1m
Tone 1
Tone 8
Tone 4
544Hz ( 100mS)/440Hz (400mS) - NF S 32-001
97dB (A ) @ 1m
554Hz
Tone 2
Tone 5
1000Hz Continuous - PFEER Tox ic Gas
100dB( A ) @ 1m
Tone 1
Tone 6
Tone 6
Bell
95dB (A ) @ 1m
Tone 1
Tone 8
Tone 7
800/1000Hz @ 7Hz Sw eeping
99dB (A ) @ 1m
Tone 5
Tone 1
Tone 8
2400/2900Hz @ 50Hz Sw eeping
100dB( A ) @ 1m
Tone 5
Tone 1
Tone 9
420Hz @ 0.625 s ec A us tralian A lert
97dB (A ) @ 1m
Tone 10
Tone 5
Tone 10
500- 1200Hz 3.75s ec /0.25s ec. A us tralian Evac .
100dB( A ) @ 1m
Tone 6
Tone 5
Note:
SPL readings are at nominal voltage, typically +/-3dB and are for indication purposes only.
Where applicable, reduce outputs by 5dB when a 10-30vdc unit is supplied 12vdc.
EN54-3 tested frequencies: Tone 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8.
DC unit wiring configuration.
Ordering code :
AC unit wiring configuration.
SON4L
DC
24
R
/
R
Pr od uc t
Su pp ly
V oltag e
SON4 L (L.E.D.)
DC
12
R
Red
A
A mber
SON4 B (Bu lb )
AC
24
W
Wh ite
B
Blu e +
48
G
Gre y
R
Red
Hou s in g
L e ns
+ : Bulb version only.
115
230
TSP0604-B
Pag e 2 o f 2
No liabil ity i s acce pted for an y cons equen ce of the u se of this docume nt.
The techn ical s pecifi catio n of this un it is subje ct to change with out no tice d ue to our
pol icy of continual produ ct developm ent. All dim ensio ns are approximate.Thi s unit is
sol d subj ect to our stand ard co nditi ons of sale , a co py of which is a vailab le on reque st.
1st July 2008
Siemens LOGO! 7th Generation
Software LOGO!Soft Comfort V6.0 (Vista Compatible)
PC-LOGO! Programming Cables
6ED1 058-0BA02-0YA0 £43
RS232 - 6ED1 057-1AA00-0BA0 -£54
USB
- 6ED1 057-1AA01-0BA0 - £54
Modem - 6ED! 057-1CA00-0BA0 - £19
LOGO!Soft Comfort Upgrade to 6.0 SP3
6ED1 058-0CA02-0YE0- £16 (FOC from www.siemens.com/logo )
3.0
Base Unit
Supply and Inputs/Outputs Part Num ber
Price
EM Modules
Inputs / Outputs
Part Number
Price
LOGO! 12/24RC* 12/24VDC / Relay
6ED1 052-1MD00-0BA6
£98
DM8 24
24VDC / Transistor
6ED1 055-1CB00-0BA0
£46
LOGO! 12/24RCo* 12/24VDC / Relay
6ED1 052-2MD00-0BA6
£80
DM16 24
24VDC / Transistor
6ED1 055-1CB10-0BA0
£83
LOGO! 24*
24VDC / Transistor
6ED1 052-1CC00-0BA6
£93
DM8 230R
110/240V AC/DC / Relay
6ED1 055-1FB00-0BA1
£50
LOGO! 24o*
24VDC / Transistor
6ED1 052-2CC00-0BA6
£76
DM16 230R
110/240V AC/DC / Relay
6ED1 055-1FB10-0BA0
£90
LOGO! 24RC
24V AC/DC / Relay
6ED1 052-1HB00-0BA6
£98
DM8 24R
24VAC/DC / Relay
6ED1 055-1HB00-0BA0
£50
LOGO! 24RCo
24V AC or DC / Relay
6ED1 052-2HB00-0BA6
£80
DM16 24R
24VDC / Relay
6ED1 055-1NB10-0BA0
£90
LOGO! 230RC
110/240V AC/DC / Relay
6ED1 052-1FB00-0BA6
£98
DM8 12/24
12/24VDC / Relay
6ED1 055-1MB00-0BA1
£50
LOGO! 230RCo
110/240V AC/DC / Relay
6ED1 052-2FB00-0BA6
£80
AM2
2 Channel Analogue Input
6ED1 055-1MA00-0BA0
£67
AM2 PT100
2 Channel PT100 Input
6ED1 055-1MD00-0BA0
£81
AM2 AQ
2 Channel Analogue Output
6ED1 055-1MM00-0BA1
£89
All Base Units have 8 digital inputs and 4 digital outputs
* On 12/24 & 24 Base Units Inputs 1 ,2, 7 and 8 can be analogue 0-10VDC (10 bit resolution)
* On 12/24 & 24 Base Units Inputs 3 ,4, 5 and 6 can be fast counter inputs (frequancy trigger up to 5kHz)
Relay outputs are 10A relay (3A inductive) Transistor outputs 0.3A 24VDC
" o" M odels are without display e.g. 24RCo, 24o, etc.
MAXIMUM I/O + 24 Digital Inputs + 16 Digital Outputs
+ 8 Analogue Inputs + 2 Analogue Outputs
Note – Descriptions are only a guide – check the manual for actual specifications
AS-I Slave Module 4 AS-I In / 4AS-I Out
3RK1 400-0CE10-0AA2 £68.33
EIB (Konnex)
16 DI / 8AI / 12DO
6BK1 700-0BA00-0AA1 £131
LON
16 DI / 8AI / 12DO
6BK1 700-0BA10-0AA0 £146
Expansion Module Rules:
Expansion module are added to the right of the Base Unit and addresses
are set from the
left (Base Unit) to the right automatically
LOGO! TD inc 2metre data cable
N.B. requires external 24vac/dc
DM230R modules can only connect to the right of 230RC / 230Rco / DM230R
EIB or LON modules must be the last module at the right side
Unused outputs can be used as a markers / internal relays
6ED1 055-4MH00-0BA0
-
£89
DM12/24 or DM24 modules if used with LOGO! 230 or DM 230 can only be connected to the
right hand side of it and they must be separated by an AM2 or AS-i module
LOGO! Newsbox All you need to get started.
LOGO!, USB programming Cable, Manual, Software.
LOGO! 12/24RC 6ED1 057-3BA00-0BA5
LOGO! 230RC
6ED1 057-3AA02-0BA0
£156
LOGO! TD Newsbox as above + LOGO! TD
LOGO! 12/24RCo 6ED1 057-3BA10-0BA0
www.siemens.com/logo
£231
LOGO! Instruction Set
MANUAL
General Functions
6ED1 050-1AA00-0BE7 - £12
AND
All On
AND
+edge
NAND
AND + NOT
NAND
-edge
OR
Any On
NOR
OR + NOT
XOR
1 On
NOT
Inverter
Special Functions
On Delay
Stairway
Light
Switch
Off Delay
Multi
Function
Switch
On/Off
Delay
Retentive
On Delay
Yealy
Timer
Weekly
Timer
Wiping Relay/
Pulse Output
Up/Down
Counter
Edge
Triggered
Wiping Relay
Hours
Counter
Random
Generator
Threshold
Trigger
Sub Modules
EEPROM (violet)
6ED1 056-1DA00-0BA0 - £16
BATTERY (green)
6ED1 056-6XA00-0BA0 - £15
EEPROM & BATTERY (brown) 6ED1 056-7DA00-0BA0 - £22
Asynchronous
Pulse
Generator
Analog
Math
LOGO! Power
85-265vac input / 24vdc output
6EP1 331-1SH02 1.3A ~ £47
6EP1 332-1SH42 2.5A ~ £76
6EP1 332-1SH51 4.0A ~ £93
IP65 LOGO Panel Mounting
Analogue
Comparator
PWM
Analogue
Threshold
Trigger
Latching
Relay
Analog
Watchdog
Analog
Amplifier
Text
Message
Pulse
Relay
Maximum Resources Available in LOGO!’s
Function Blocks*
200
Digital Inputs
Digital Outputs
Analogue Inputs
Analogue Outputs
LOGO! TD F Keys
Block Names
Key Inputs
24
16
8
2
4
64
4
*Inputs and outputs
do not count as
Function Blocks
Analog
Differntial
Trigger
Softkey
Analog
Mux
Shift
Register
Analog
Ramp
PI
Controller
Math
Detection
Shift Register
1
Shift Register Bits
8
Flags (Markers)
27
M8 = Initialization Flag
M25 = LOGO! Onboard display backlight
M26 = LOGO! TD display backlight
M27 = Message Character Set Flag
4 module wide
6AG1 057-1AA00-0AA0 £30.00
4 module wide with Key Access
6AG1 057-1AA00-0AA3 £34.00
8 module wide
6AG1 057-1AA00-0AA1 £51.00
8 module wide with Key Access
6AG1 057-1AA00-0AA2 £58.00
LOGO! Prom Power supply
230V~/12~230mA
6AG1 057-1AA01-0BA5
Simulation module for LOGO! 12/24V
6AG1 057-1AA02-0AA0 £114.00
MicroSystems Team Contacts
Product Manager
Business Development South
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Manchester Help Desk
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Mark Wortley
Mark Deakin
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07808 824665 [email protected]
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£240.00
LOGO!
Simply different – simply ingenious
Micro Automation
Answers for industry.
Switching and controlling –
the profitable way
Transport facilities
•
•
•
•
•
House and building
services management
Conveyor systems
Hoisting platforms
Elevators
Silo works
Automatic dry feeders
• Lighting control (outside and
inside lighting)
• Door/gate control
• Shutter, sun blind and awning control
• Watering and sprinkler system control
Special solutions
• Solar-electric systems
• Use on ships
• Use under extreme environmental
conditions
• Display panels and traffic
control signs
Whoever wants to be successful among the competition must consistently use all available
savings potentials for the automation functions – from planning and commissioning
through to operation. In particular demand are systems with which the consistently increasing requirements can be solved rapidly and economically: intelligent solutions offering
maximum flexibility, reliability and user friendliness. The best example of innovative technology which completely satisfies these high requirements is LOGO! – the world‘s number
one logic module for switching and controlling.
2
Heating/ventilation/
air conditioning
•
•
•
•
•
Energy management
Heating
Cooling systems
Ventilation systems
Air conditioning systems
Machine controls
•
•
•
•
•
•
Far-sighted intelligent technology
The LOGO! system from Siemens is the
ideal controller for simple automation
tasks in industry and building services.
The intelligent logic module features
maximum user friendliness and satisfies
practically every desire regarding functionality – not least thanks to the high
memory capacity and efficient utilization thereof. Even the control of complex installations is no problem for
LOGO! – thanks to expansion modules.
Motor, pump and valve controls
Air compressors
Exhaust and filtering systems
Water-treatment plants
Sawing machines and planing machines
Etching and purification plants
Operational monitoring systems
•
•
•
•
•
•
Access control
Vehicle control monitoring
Alarm systems
Limit-value monitoring
Traffic light control systems
Baggage control
Maximum flexibility through
consistent modularity
Proven millions of times – in numerous
applications
The consistently modular design of
LOGO! makes it extremely flexible: a wide
range of modules allows individual expansion of LOGO! – to 24 digital inputs,
16 digital outputs, 8 analog inputs and
2 analog outputs! Furthermore, communications modules are also available for
AS-Interface and KNX. Using the analog
output module, for example, you can
solve simple closed-loop control tasks.
You can be supported in this context by
special functions for PI controller, ramp
response and analog multiplexer.
Together with the LOGO! Soft Comfort
software, handling of our logic module is
child‘s play: program generation, project
simulation and documentation are carried out simply using drag & drop, allowing maximum ease of operation. LOGO!
always cuts a good figure in practice:
backlit display, optimum line usage, and
facilities for directly modifying message
texts guarantee professional handling
and satisfied users. All these facts are
reasons why LOGO! has been proven
millions of times in a multitude of applications.
3
Even more ingenious –
LOGO! also with external text display
The latest generation of our pioneering logic module offers you even more convenience for operation and configuration. Advances in the performance have also been
achieved: compared to their predecessors, the performances of the new devices have
been optimized even further.
If existing systems have to be upgraded, it is only necessary to renew the basic devices. The expansion and communications modules are compatible, and programs
from earlier LOGO! generations can be used further or adapted.
4
Performance optimized further
The new LOGO! offers a program memory expanded by
more than 50 % – now with 200 function blocks. The effective performance is even higher since many of the function
blocks have also been optimized further, the number of
digital inputs which can be used for analog functions has
been doubled to four, and four inputs can be used as fast
counters up to a frequency of 5 kHz.
Better overview, new possibilities
The new LOGO! offers maximum transparency in practice: up to 50 four-line message texts with up to 32 characters per line clearly display all relevant machine parameters. Well thought-out options such as ticker text,
bar graph or toggle parameters go a step further. Additional applications are made possible by new function
blocks for arithmetic functions and pulse width modulation. And not to be forgotten: the Teleservice option
which means that an expensive on-site servicing visit is
often unnecessary – which particularly pays off if your
systems are widely scattered.
Additional text display
You can now connect an additional text display to the
new LOGO! This is perfectly tailored to the requirements
of a logic module. A communications module is not required for the connection. A true highlight: configuration is carried out using the same function block as that
for the internal display. You decide whether message
texts are output on the internal or external display – or
on both. For example, you can output messages relevant
to operation on the text display, and service information
only in the switching cabinet. The background illumination of both displays can of course be switched by the
program, and also used for continuous operation.
Simple connection of the
LOGO! TD text display
5
The LOGO! hardware
LOGO! offers the widest range of applications and successful implementation of extensive applications
with the option of selecting 38 integrated functions and linking them with up to 200 blocks. Operator control and monitoring are made extremely user-friendly by means of a backlit display with 4 lines and a maximum of 32 characters per line. The message text allows the display of text, setpoints and actual values, bar
graphs and toggle parameters. Parameters can of course be adapted in the message text. Flexibility is
guaranteed at all times by the versatile expansion options of LOGO!
LOGO! – simply more
.
LOGO! reduces costs by up to 50 %
• Replaces many conventional switching
devices
• Requires less space in the control cabinet
• Fewer accessories
• Less warehouse space
• Saves on service because it is wear-free
6
LOGO! reduces time requirements
by up to 70 %
• Snaps right onto the DIN rail
• Requires almost no wiring
• Can be programmed using LOGO!
Soft Comfort
• Pretested sample programs can be used at
no charge or generated on the PC, tested,
and transferred quickly and without error
• Automatic summer/winter time change
• Documentation
The LOGO! software
LOGO! Soft Comfort means sensationally simple and fast operation. Create ladder and function block diagrams simply by selecting, dragging and dropping the relevant functions and
your connections. Make use of fully offline simulation of the entire switching program on the
PC as well as online testing during operation now in both program representations. Professional documentation is included with all necessary configuration information such as comments and switching program settings.
LOGO! Soft Comfort – simply professional
LOGO! reduces space requirements
by up to 70 %
• Four width modules suffice to replace a wide
variety of relays, time switches and contactor
relays
• 8 basic and 30 special functions replace many
conventional switching devices
Universal application
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Vibration-resistant
High level of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
Industrial standard
For all climatic conditions
Radio interference suppression class B
All necessary certifications for use
anywhere in the world
• Marine approval
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The LOGO! functions
With the eight basic functions, you can create simple switching programs quickly either at
the device or on the PC.
With the 30 special functions, you can also create complex switching programs quickly and
easily. An extensive selection of sample applications can be found at www.siemens.com/logo
The eight basic functions
AND
Series connection
NO contact
NOR (or not)
Series connection
NC contact
OR
Parallel connection
NO contact
XOR (Exclusive OR)
Dual changeover
contact
NOT
Inverter
AND
with edge evaluation
(pos. edge)
NAND (and not)
Parallel connection
NC contact
NAND
with edge evaluation
(neg. edge)
The 30 special functions
ON delay
OFF delay
ON/OFF delay
Retentive
ON delay
Impulse relay/
pulse output
Impulse relay/
edge-triggered
Clock-pulse
generator
LOGO! and its modules
LOGO! Basic and LOGO! Pure
Digital expansion modules
• Different voltages, i. e. 12 V DC,
24 V AC / DC, 115 / 240 V AC / DC
– Can be used for a wide range of applications
• Automatic changeover from daylight
saving time to winter time
– Reduces maintenance overhead
• Password protection
– Protects your know-how
• 38 integrated, pre-tested functions
– No additional devices, such as elapsed
time counter, are required
• Linking of 200 functions is possible
– Extensive applications can be implemented without restrictions
• Eight digital inputs (incl. four AIs at
12 / 24 V DC) and four digital outputs on
board
• Display of message texts, setpoint and
actual values as well as direct modification of the values on the display (except
for Pure versions)
Pulse generator
Stairlight switch
Convenience
switch
• Integrated data latch
– Protects current values against loss in
the event of a power failure
• Flexibly expandable up to 24 DIs,
16 DOs, 8 AIs and 2 AOs
– Protects original investment
– Suitable for a wide variety of applications
• Software LOGO! Soft Comfort V6 for
user-friendly generation of control programs on PC; suitable for a variety of
operating systems, such as Windows
95/98, NT 4.0, Me, 2000, XP, Vista,
MAC OS X 10.4 with J2SE 1.5.0 and
SUSE LINUX 10.0.
• Connection facility for remote text display on all ø BA6 basic devices
One-week time
switch
12-month time
switch
Up and down
counter
There are four versions for expanding
the digital inputs and outputs:
• DM8 230R / DM16 230R
– Supply voltage 115 / 240 V AC / DC
– Four/eight 120 / 230 V AC / DC digital
inputs
• – Four / eight digital output relays,
5 A per relay
• DM8 24 / DM16 24
– Supply voltage 24 V DC
– Four / eight 24 V DC digital inputs
– Four / eight digital output transistors,
0.3 A
• DM8 12 / 24R
– Supply voltage 12 / 24 V DC
– Four 12 / 24 V digital inputs
– Four digital output relays, 5 A per relay
• DM8 24R
– Supply voltage 24 V AC / DC
– Four 24 V AC / DC digital inputs,
PNP or NPN
– Four digital output relays, 5 A per relay
• DM16 24R
– Supply voltage 24 V DC
– Eight 24 V DC digital inputs
– Eight digital output relays, 5 A per relay
Operating hours
counter
Threshold value
switch
The software
Simple – quick – professional
The LOGO! Soft Comfort software does
it all – generating and testing control
programs, simulating all functions and
of course documentation is sensationAnalog expansion modules
Communications modules
ally easy with LOGO! Soft Comfort
There are two versions for expanding
the analog inputs:
• AM2
– Supply voltage 12 / 24 V DC
– Two channels
– 0 to 10 V or 0 to 20 mA typ.
• AM2 PT100
– Supply voltage 12 / 24 V DC
– Two channels
– Type PT100
– Measuring range – 50 °C to +200 °C
• AM2 AQ
– Supply voltage 24 V DC
– 2 analog outputs
– Output range 0 to 10 V
Customized modules are also available
for communication:
• CM AS-Interface slave
– Supply voltage 12 / 24 V DC
– 4 DIs/4 DOs as interface to
AS-Interface master
• CM EIB / KNX
– Supply voltage 24 V AC / DC
– max. 16 DIs, 12 DOs, 8 AIs as
interface to the KNX
– Date and time can be synchronized
via KNX
– All digital and analog inputs/
outputs are available on the KNX as
communication objects
– Dimmer and shutter actuators
connected to the KNX can be
activated in conformance with
the system
using drag & drop on your PC. This is
Analog
comparator
Analog threshold
value switch
Analog amplifier
Analog
monitoring
Analog differential
threshold switch
how it is done:
Creating control programs
• Select function and position on
the drawing surface
• Link selected functions by means of
connecting lines
• Set function parameters using clear
dialog window
Latching relay
Current inrush
relay
Software switch
LOGO! Soft Comfort
1 Creating
2 Simulating
3 Online testing
1
4 Documenting
4
2
3
LOGO!
Commissioning with LOGO!
The documentation
• Simulation of the entire switching process using all
functions on the PC
• Analog signals can be simulated with real values
(e. g. temperature – 20 ºC to + 80 ºC)
• Time-controlled/cyclic simulation
• Simulation of clock time
• Faithful representation of the LOGO! display in the
simulation
• Status display of all functions, parameters and current values
• Online test with display of statuses and current
values of LOGO! in RUN mode now in function
block and ladder diagram representations
Each function can be provided with additional
comments
• Each function can be provided with additional
comments
• Additional assignment of names possible for inputs
and outputs
• Any positioning and formatting of free text
• Clear representation of control program across
several pages
• Professional printout with all necessary configuration information
• Separate printout of parameters and interface
names possible
• Integration into standard Windows applications by
storing as .pdf or .jpg file
NEW
Shift register
PI controller
Ramp function
Analog
multiplexer
Message text
expanded
NEW
Arithmetic
function
NEW
Pulse width
modulation
LOGO! modular – the technical details
Basic units
LOGO! 12 / 24RC1), LOGO! 12 / 24RCo2)
LOGO! 241), LOGO! 24o2)
Inputs
8
8
of these usable as analog inputs
4 (0 to 10 V)
4 (0 to 10 V)
Input / supply voltage
DC 12/24 V
DC 24 V
Permissible range
On “0” signal
On “1” signal
Input current
10.8 V DC to 28.8 V DC
Max. 5 V DC
Min. 8.5 V DC
1.5 mA (Ι3 to Ι6), 0.1 mA (Ι1, Ι2, Ι7, Ι8)
20.4 V DC to 28.8 V DC
Max. 5 V DC
Min. 12 V DC
2 mA (Ι3 to Ι6), 0.1 mA (Ι 1, Ι 2, Ι 7, Ι 8)
Outputs
4 relays
4 transistors
Continuous current
10 A for resistive load;
3 A for inductive load
0.3 A
Short-circuit protection
External fuse required
Electronic (approx. 1 A)
Operating frequency
2 Hz for resistive load;
0.5 Hz for inductive load
10 Hz
Power loss
0.7 to 2.1 W (12 V)
1.0 to 2.4 W (24 V)
0.7 to 1.3 W
1.0 to 1.8 W
Cycle time
< 0.1 ms / function
< 0.1 ms / function
Integrated time switches / reserve power
Yes / typ. 80 h (2 years with battery module)
Connecting cables
2 x 1.5 mm or 1 x 2.5 mm
Ambient temperature
0 to + 55 ºC
Storage temperature
– 40 ºC to + 70 ºC
Radio interference suppression
To EN 55011 (limit-value class B)
Degree of protection
IP20
Installation
To VDE 0631, IEC 1131, UL, FM, CSA, ship-building certifications
Montage
On 35-mm DIN rail, 4 WM wide, or wall mounting
Dimensions
72 (4 WM) x 90 x 55 mm (W x H x D)
2
–
2
Digital modules
LOGO! DM8 12 / 24R
LOGO! DM8 24
DM16 24
Inputs
4
4/8
Input/supply voltage
12 / 24 V DC
24 V DC
Permissible range
10.8 to 28.8 V DC
20.4 to 28.8 V DC
On “0“ signal
On “1“ signal
Max. 5 V DC
Min. 8.5 V DC
Max. 5 V DC
Min. 12 V DC
Input current
1.5 mA
2 mA
Outputs
4 relays
4 / 8 transistors
Continuous current Ith (per terminal)
5 A for resistive load
3 A for inductive load
0.3 A
Short-circuit protection required
External fuse required
Electronic (approx. 1 A)
Operating frequency
2 Hz for resistive load
10 Hz
0.5 Hz for inductive load
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Power loss
0.3 to 1.7 W at 12 V DC
0.4 to 1.8 W at 24 V DC
0.8 to 1.1 W *
0.8 to 1.7 W **
Dimensions (W x H x D)
36 (2 WM) x 90 x 53 mm
36 (2 WM) x 90 x 53 mm
72 (4 WM) x 90 x 53 mm
LOGO! 24RC1), LOGO! 24RCo2)
LOGO! 230RC1), LOGO! 230RCo 2)
8
8
–
–
24 V AC / DC
115 / 240 V AC / DC
20.4 to 28.8 V DC
20.4 to 26.4 V AC
Max. 5 V DC
Min. 12 V DC, 2.5 mA
85 to 253 V AC
100 to 253 V DC
Max. 40 V AC / 30 V DC
Min. 79 V AC / 79 V DC, 0.08 mA
4 relays
4 relays
10 A for resistive load;
3 A for inductive load
10 A for resistive load;
3 A for inductive load
External fuse required
External fuse required
2 Hz for resistive load;
0.5 Hz for inductive load
2 Hz for resistive load;
0.5 Hz for inductive load
1.1 to 3.1 W
1.0 to 2.4 W
1.7 to 4.6 W (115 V AC)
3.6 to 6.0 W (240 V AC)
1.1 to 2.9 W (115 V DC)
1.4 to 3.6 W (240 V DC)
< 0.1 ms / function
< 0.1 ms / function
Yes / typ. 80 h (2 years with battery module)
Yes / typ. 80 h (2 years with battery module)
LOGO! DM8 24R
DM16 24R
LOGO! DM8 230R
DM16 230R
4/8
4/8
24 V AC/DC *
24 V DC **
115 / 240 V AC / DC
20.4 to 28.8 V DC, 20.4 to 26.4 V AC *
85 to 265 V AC, 100 to 253 V DC
Max. 5 V AC / DC
Min. 12 V AC / DC
Max. 40 V AC
Min. 79 V AC
2.5 mA*, 2.0 mA**
0.08 mA
4 / 8 relays
4 / 8 relays
5 A for resistive load
3 A for inductive load
5 A for resistive load
3 A for inductive load
External fuse required
External fuse required
2 Hz for resistive load
2 Hz for resistive load
0.5 Hz for inductive load
0.5 Hz for inductive load
0.4 to 1.8 W at 24 V DC *
0.9 to 2.7 W at 24 V AC *
0.7 ... 2.5 W at 24 V DC **
1.1 to 3.5 W (115 V AC) ... 4.5 **
2.4 to 4.8 W (240 V AC) ... 5.5 **
0.5 to 1.8 W (115 V DC) ... 2.9 **
1.2 to 2.4 W (240 V DC) ... 4.8 **
36 (2 WM) x 90 x 53 mm
72 (4 WM) x 90 x 53 mm
36 (2 WM) x 90 x 53 mm
72 (4 WM) x 90 x 53 mm
R: Relay outputs, C: Clock, o: No display
*: for the DM8 module, **: for the DM16 module
1)
: As SIPLUS component also for extended temperature range
–25 °C to + 70 °C and aggressive atmosphere/condensation
(www.siemens.com/siplus)
2)
: As SIPLUS component also for extended temperature range
–40 °C to + 70 °C and aggressive atmosphere/condensation
(www.siemens.com/siplus)
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LOGO! modular – the technical details
Analog modules
LOGO! AM2 2)
LOGO! AM2 PT100
Supply voltage
12 / 24 V DC
12 / 24 V DC
Permissible range
10.8 to 28.8 V DC
10.8 to 28.8 V DC
Analog inputs
2
2 x PT100 2- or 3-wire
Measuring range
–50 ºC to +200 ºC
Input range
0 to 10 V or 0 to 20 mA
Resolution
10 bits scaled to 0 to 1000
0.25 ºC
Cable length (shielded and twisted)
10 m
10 m
Sensor supply
None
1.1 mA
Power loss
for 12 V DC
for 24 V DC
0.3 to 0.6 W
0.6 to 1.2 W
0.3 to 0.6 W
0.6 to 1.2 W
Dimensions (W x H x D)
36 (2 WM) x 90 x 53 mm
36 (2 WM) x 90 x 53 mm
Measuring current
2):
As SIPLUS component also for extended temperature range
–40 °C to + 70 °C and aggressive atmosphere/condensation (www.siemens.com/siplus)
Analog modules
LOGO! AM2 AQ 2)
Supply voltage
24 V DC
Permissible range
20.4 to 28.8 V DC
Analog outputs
2
Output range
0 to 10 V
Resolution
10 bits normalized to 0 – 1000
Cable length (shielded and twisted)
10 m
Power loss at 24 V DC
0.6 to 1.2 W
Dimensions (W x H x D)
36 (2 WM) x 90 x 53 mm
2): As SIPLUS component also for extended temperature range
–40 °C to + 70 °C and aggressive atmosphere/condensation (www.siemens.com/siplus)
Analog modules
EIB / KNX
CM AS-Interface (Slave)
Supply voltage
24 V AC / DC
24 V DC
Permissible range
20.4 to 28.8 V DC
20.4 to 26.4 V AC
19.2 to 28.8 V DC
Digital inputs*
6 (also configurable
as monoflop)
4
Analog inputs*
8
–
Analog outputs*
2
–
Digital outputs*
12
4
Dimensions (W x H x D)
2 WM 36 x 90 x 53 mm
2 WM 36 x 90 x 53 mm
* Mapped onto LOGO! inputs/outputs
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LOGO! ordering data
LOGO! versions
Order number
LOGO! 24
6ED1 052-1CC00-0BA6
LOGO! 24o
6ED1 052-2CC00-0BA6
LOGO! 12 / 24RC
6ED1 052-1MD00-0BA6
LOGO! 12 / 24RCo
6ED1 052-2MD00-0BA6
LOGO! 24RC (AC / DC)
6ED1 052-1HB00-0BA6
LOGO! 24RC (AC / DC)
6ED1 052-2HB00-0BA6
LOGO! 230RC
6ED1 052-1FB00-0BA6
LOGO! 230RCo
6ED1 052-2FB00-0BA6
LOGO!TD
6ED1 055-4MH00-0AB0
Expansion modules
Order number
LOGO! DM8 24
6ED1 055-1CB00-0BA0
LOGO! DM8 12 / 24R
6ED1 055-1MB00-0BA1
LOGO! DM8 24R (AC / DC)
6ED1 055-1HB00-0BA0
LOGO! DM8 230R
6ED1 055-1FB00-0BA1
LOGO! DM16 24
6ED1 055-1CB10-0BA0
LOGO! DM16 24R
6ED1 055-1NB10-0BA0
LOGO! DM16 230R
6ED1 055-1FB10-0BA0
LOGO! AM2
6ED1 055-1MA00-0BA0
LOGO! AM2 PT100
6ED1 055-1MD00-0BA0
LOGO! AM2 AQ
6ED1 055-1MM00-0BA0
LOGO! accessories
LOGO! PC cable / USB PC cable
For easy transmission of LOGO! switching
programs to and from the PC
LOGO! Program module
For duplication of switching programs –
and for protecting your expertise
LOGO! Manual
for starting with LOGO!
• Detailed operating information
• Description of all integrated functions
• Numerous practical sample applications
LOGO! Power
Reliable power supply for LOGO! – for converting
the 100/240 V AC line voltage into the relevant
operating voltage
• Suitable for all LOGO! 12 V DC and 24 V DC units
• Two versions in each case for different output
currents
LOGO! Contact
Hum-free switching module
• For switching resistive loads up to 20 A
• For direct switching of motors up to 4 kW
• For high-performance loads in noise-sensitive
environments
Communications modules
Order number
LOGO! AS-i
3RK1 400-0CE10-0AA2
LOGO! EIB / KNX
6BK1 700-0BA00-0AA1
Optional accessories
Order number
LOGO! Manual German
6ED1 050-1AA00-0AE6
LOGO! Manual English
6ED1 050-1AA00-0BE6
LOGO! Prom
For duplicating program modules
• Copying modules
• Writing modules by means of
LOGO! Soft Comfort
LOGO! Memory card
6ED1 056-5DA00-0BA0
additional information: www.siemens.com/siplus
LOGO! Soft Comfort 6.0
6ED1 058-0BA02-0YA0
LOGO! Soft Comfort V 6.0
upgrade
6ED1 058-0CA02-0YE0
LOGO! PC cable
6ED1 057-1AA00-0BA0
LOGO! USB PC cable
6ED1 057-1AA01-0BA0
Front panel racks
For installation in control cabinet doors
• Front IP65 (IP30 without panel)
• 4 WM or 8 WM (optionally with keys)
LOGO! Expansion cable
6ED1 057-1BA00-0BA0
additional information: www.siemens.com/siplus
LOGO! Modem cable
EED1 057-1CA00-0BA0
R: Relay outputs, C: Clock / time switch, o: No display
The products listed here may be subject to the current European/German
and / or US export regulations.
LOGO! Upmitter
For use with critical power supplies.
Generates stable 24 V DC at the output
with 8 to 59 V DC at the input
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You can find more information
about LOGO! on the Internet –
www.siemens.com/logo
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Comprehensive product information
Free demo software
Software upgrades
Preprogrammed applications
News
Customer magazine GO!
and much more
Of course you can also purchase LOGO! software
and hardware online. Furthermore, you can
receive personal support if necessary under
“Service and Support“. Further sample applications
and configuration aids can be found at
www.siemens.com/microset
SIPLUS LOGO! on the Internet
www.siemens.com/siplus
There you will find ruggedized LOGO! modules with
• Extended temperature range
• Protection against aggressive atmosphere /
condensation
Siemens AG
Industry Sector
Industry Automation
P.O. Box 48 48
90327 NÜRNBERG
GERMANY
www.siemens.com/logo
Subject to change without prior notice
Order No. E20001-A1120-P271-X-7600
Dispo 06307
2100/9673 MK.AS.LO.LOLO.52.8.01 / 04085.0
Printed in Germany
© Siemens AG 2008
The information provided in this brochure contains merely
general descriptions or characteristics of performance which
in actual case of use do not always apply as described or
which may change as a result of further development of the
products. An obligation to provide the respective
characteristics shall only exist if expressly agreed in the
terms of contract.
All product designations may be trademarks or product
names of Siemens AG or supplier companies whose use by
third parties for their own purposes could violate the rights
of the owners.
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118, 128,
10208
KEELOQ REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEMS, 12 / 24Vdc,
DS118-5
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Complete Remote Control System
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High Security
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Requires No Radio Licence
1 – 4 Channel Remote Control Systems
12 or 24Vdc Supply
AM / FM Remote Receiver Decoder
Protocol
‘Easy Learn’ Tx Encoder Feature
Easy Installation via Screw Terminals.
Up to 50 Transmitters per System
315 / 433 / 868 / 915 MHz Available
Up to 4 Relay Outputs 12Apk @ 230Vac
Momentary or Latching Outputs
IP65 Rated Enclosure (Wall Mounting Lugs
Supplied)
Description
A Range of ‘ready to operate’ remote control systems
supplied as either AM or FM and contain a transmitter
and receiver decoder pair.
Installation simply requires connections to power
supply and the output relay screw terminals. The
output relays are activated by the key press on the
transmitter encoder.
The system utilises the Microchip Keeloq protocol,
ensuring high security and reliability.
The decoder has the capacity to learn up to 50 unique
transmitters. These are memorised even if the power
is removed.
The decoder is supplied in an IP65 rated enclosure
with Cable Gland and wall mounting lugs supplied
315MHz FCC Compliant for use in USA
Range
AM upto 100metres
FM upto 200metres
FMNB upto 1000metres
Oct. 07
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KEELOQ REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEMS, 12 / 24Vdc,
433MHz Products
AM Remote Control Systems
Pocket Keyfob
Freq
(MHz)
433.92
Range**
(Metres)
100
Pocket Keyfob
433.92
100
Range**
(Metres)
100
Part Number
Description
Transmitter Type
118C1A
AM RC System 1 ch 12/24Vdc
118C3A
AM RC System 3 ch 12/24Vdc
Additional AM Transmitter Keyfobs
Part Number
Description
110C1-433A
Transmitter Keyfob 1 switch
Freq
(MHz)
433.92
110C2-433A
Transmitter Keyfob 2 switch
433.92
100
110C3-433A
Transmitter Keyfob 3 switch
433.92
100
Range**
(Metres)
150
FM Remote Control Systems
Part Number
Description
Transmitter Type
128S1-433F
FM RC System 1 ch 12/24Vdc
Pocket Keyfob
Freq
(MHz)
433.92
128S3-433F
FM RC System 3 ch 12/24Vdc
Pocket Keyfob
433.92
150
10208S1-433F
FM RC System 1 ch 12/24Vdc
Handheld
433.92
200
10208S4-433F
FM RC System 4 ch 12/24Vdc
Handheld
433.92
200
Range**
(Metres)
150
Additional FM Transmitter Keyfobs
Part Number
Description
120T1-433F
Transmitter Keyfob 1 switch
Freq
(MHz)
433.92
120T2-433F
Transmitter Keyfob 2 switch
433.92
150
120T3-433F
Transmitter Keyfob 3 switch
433.92
150
102C1-433F
FM Transmitter encoder 1 switch
433.92
200
102C2-433F
FM Transmitter encoder 2 switch
433.92
200
102C4-433F
FM Transmitter encoder 4 switch
433.92
200
Range**
(Metres)
1000
FM NB (Narrow Band) Remote Control Systems
Part Number
Transmitter Type
Transmitter Type
10208S1-525N
FM NB RC System 1 ch 12/24Vdc
Handheld + Ant
Freq
(MHz)
434.525
10208S4-525N
FM NB RC System 4 ch 12/24Vdc
Handheld + Ant
434.525
1000
Range**
(Metres)
1000
1000
Additional FM NB Transmitters
Part Number
Description
102C1-525N
FM NB Transmitter encoder 1 switch
Freq
(MHz)
434.525
102C2-525N
FM NB Transmitter encoder 2 switch
434.525
102C4-525N
FM NB Transmitter encoder 4 switch
434.525
1000
** Range stated is optimum, direct line of sight. In worst conditions this can be reduced by over 50%
DS118-5
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KEELOQ REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEMS, 12 / 24Vdc,
315MHz Products
AM Remote Control Systems
Part Number
Description
Transmitter Type
Freq
(MHz)
Range**
(Metres)
118C1-315A
AM RC System 1 ch 12/24Vdc
Pocket Keyfob
315
100
118C3-315A
AM RC System 3 ch 12/24Vdc
Pocket Keyfob
315
100
Additional AM Transmitter Keyfobs
Part Number
Description
Freq
(MHz)
Range**
(Metres)
110C1-315A
Transmitter Keyfob 1 switch (FCC Compliant)
315
100
110C2-315A
Transmitter Keyfob 2 switch (FCC Compliant)
315
100
110C3-315A
Transmitter Keyfob 3 switch (FCC Compliant)
315
100
Range**
(Metres)
150
FM Remote Control Systems
Part Number
Transmitter Type
Transmitter Type
10208S1-315F
FM RC System 1 ch 12/24Vdc
Handheld
Freq
(MHz)
315
10208S4-315F
FM RC System 4 ch 12/24Vdc
Handheld
315
150
Additional FM Transmitters
Part Number
Description
Freq
(MHz)
Range**
(Metres)
102C1-315F
FM Transmitter encoder 1 switch
315
150
102C2-315F
FM Transmitter encoder 2 switch
315
150
102C4-315F
FM Transmitter encoder 4 switch
315
150
** Range stated is optimum, direct line of sight. In worst conditions this can be reduced by over 50%
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KEELOQ REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEMS, 12 / 24Vdc,
Data Outputs
Each output relay provides an isolated switch. Connections are Common (COM), Normally Open (NO) and
Normally Closed (NC).
NC
COM
NO
NC
COM
NO
Relay Connections when
Transmitter NOT Operating
Relay Connections when
Transmitter OPERATING
The jumper links (J1, J2) configure the outputs to be momentary of latching.
The jumper links are made / removed by a small link ‘cap’ placed over the pin header.
118 Receiver Outputs
Link 1 (LK1)
Open
Open
Connected
Connected
Link 2 (LK2)
Open
Connected
Open
Connected
O/P 1
Latch
Mom
Mom
Latch
O/P2
Latch
Mom
Mom
Latch
O/P3
Latch
Mom
Latch
Mom
008 Receiver Outputs
Link 1
Open
Open
Connected
Connected
Link 2
Open
Connected
Open
Connected
Relay 1
Momentary
Momentary
Momentary
Latch
Relay 2
Momentary
Momentary
Latch
Latch
Relay 3
Momentary
Latch
Latch
Latch
Relay 4
Momentary
Latch
Latch
Latch
Combining Transmitters to receivers
Each transmitter has a unique identity, (one of 16 billion possible numbers), the identity number is encrypted
and transmitted as a random number that changes on each press of the switch. (the same number is never
repeated!). Each receiver can learn the identity of upto 50 unique transmitters.
Note : the same transmitter may be taught to any number of receivers to create ‘master keys’.
Learning a New Transmitter Keyfob Switch
1. Press the learn switch (SW1), the accept LED will illuminate.
2. Press the transmitter once, accept LED will extinguish.
3. Press the transmitter again, the accept LED will flash.
4. Wait for the accept LED to stop flashing.
5. This transmitter will now operate the system.
The system can learn upto 50 unique transmitter keyfobs
Erasing Existing Transmitters
1. To completely erase the Tx encoders, press SW1 on the Rx decoder for 10 seconds.
2. The learn LED will turn off after the 10 seconds to indicate the Tx encoder(s) have been erased
NOTE: You cannot erase individual Tx encoders
DS118-5
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KEELOQ REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEMS, 12 / 24Vdc,
Technical Specifications
‘110’ & ‘120’ Transmitter Keyfob
Battery Type
GP23AE (supplied)
Electrical Characteristics
Min
Typical
Max
Supply Voltage
Supply Current : Quiescent
Supply Current : Transmitting
Operating frequency
8.5
9
0
8
433.92
16
Min
8
11
432.90
434.450
-
Typical
9
14
433.920
434.525
Max
12
21
434.10
434.600
10
Units
V
mA
mA
MHz
‘102’ Transmitter Encoder
Battery Type
PP3 (supplied)
Dimensions
110mm x 65mm x 24mm
Electrical Characteristics
Supply Voltage
Supply Current
Frequency:
Wideband
Narrowband
RF Output Power (ERP) @ 433 MHz
Units
V
mA
MHz
MHz
mW
‘008, 118’ Receiver Decoder
Dimensions
110mm (not including antenna) x 85mm x 35mm
Storage Temperature; -10 to +70o Celsius.
Operating Temperature; 0 to +55o Celsius.
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
MIN
TYPICAL
MAX
DIMENSION
Supply Voltage for +12 v
10
12.0
16
V
Supply Voltage for +24 v
22
24.0
28
V
Supply Current :
Quiescent
19
mA
all relays operating*
100
Time delay from Tx on Switch to Rx Relay operation
100
mS
Time delay from Tx sw relax to Rx Relay release
300
MS
*The relay contacts in this unit are for functional use only and must not be used for isolation purposes
R F Solutions Ltd.,
Unit 21, Cliffe Industrial Estate,
Lewes, E. Sussex. BN8 6JL. England.
Email : [email protected]
Tel: +44 (0)1273 898 000
http://www.rfsolutions.co.uk/
Fax: +44 (0)1273 480 661
RF Solutions is a member of the Low Power Radio Association.
Information contained in this document is believed to be accurate, however no representation or warranty is given and no liability is assumed by R.F. Solutions Ltd. with respect to the accuracy of
such information. Use of R.F.Solutions as critical components in life support systems is not authorised except with express written approval from R.F.Solutions Ltd.
DS118-5
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2006 REG No 277 4001, ENGLAND.
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