TR641S - Timeguard

TR641S - Timeguard
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TR 641 S
Ref. Nr. 641 0 001
TR 641 S DCF
Ref. Nr. 641 0 301
Bedienungsanleitung
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Mit Software Obelisk programmierbar
Mode d’emploi
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Programmation avec logiciel Obelisk
Operating instructions
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Time switch programming with
software Obelisk
Istruzioni d’uso
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Programmazione con software Obelisk
Gebruiksaanwijzing
Programmering met software Obelisk
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TR 644 S
TR 644 S DCF TR 608 top TR 610 top
TR 611 top
TR 622 top TR 030 top
1.0 Description of the Product
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Display DCF 77 reception (only TR 641 S DCF)
Display data exchange with Obelisk
Display hours
Interface
Cursor for program selection
Display date day
Display date month
Display year
Random indicator /P 1 .. 9 / Manual ON (H o / Manual OFF (H p)
Display status ON = o OFF = p
Permanent switching OFF-AUTO-ON
Buttons 0 – 9 for program entry
Battery compartment
Button for entry of date switchings
Button for entry of priority programs/changes
Button for cancellation of programs and program steps
Connection terminal for DCF 77 antenna (only TR 641S DCF)
Button for entry of input
RES = Reset / the micro-processor makes a defined new start
Program selection button for menu selection
Display for pulse programming
Cursor for display of days of the week 1 = Monday, 2 = Tuesday..
Display 1 x shows single switchings
2.0 Features
GB
– 1-Channel-Yearly Time Switch
– Time switch programming or PC programming using WIN 95 / WIN 98 / WIN NT
with Obelisk software
– The time switch can be programmed up to the year 2063 in advance
– Data transfer and security possible with Obelisk storage card
– Data can be transferred from time switch to time switch, from time switch to PC
and vice versa
– 324 switchings for free block formation of week days
– Permanent switching times by means of EEPROM
– Day/Week/Year program
– Option: Public holidays will be activated automatically
– Random program
– Pulse program
– Switching times: ON or OFF delay
– 1x-function for all date-related switching times
– 10 priority programs consisting of 10 individual weekly programs
– Time limited permanent switching ON/OFF
– Approx. 1.5 years battery reserve by means of exchangeable environmentally friendly lithium cell
– Option: TR 641 S DCF 77 radio controlled (with Radio antenna t 907 0 243)
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1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.0
Description
Features
Application / Installation
3.1 Safety instructions
3.2 Installation instructions
3.3 Electrical connection
3.4 Technical data
3.5 Dimensions illustration
Power Reserve
4.1 Battery loading
4.2 Battery changing
Initial Operation
5.1 Overview of menu selection
5.2 Entry adjustment
5.3 Setting date and time
5.4 Selection schedule for automatic Summer/Winter time
5.5 Changing automatic Summer/Winter time
5.6 Changing date/time
5.7 Radio time switch
5.8 Connection and adjustment of the radio antenna
5.9 Initial operation of the radio time switch TR 641 S DCF
5.10 Forced transmitter call
Manual Intervention in the Program
6.1 Permanent ON/OFF
6.2 Manual ON/OFF (override switching)
6.3 Random Program
6.4 Random Program Start
6.5 Stop Random program/override switching
6.6 Locking/unlocking the keyboard
6.7 Random Program
6.8 Random Program start
6.9 Stop Random Program / override switching
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7.0
Programming
7.1 Programming weekly program
7.2 Programming data program
7.3 Programming single switching times
7.4 Programming pulse program
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8.0
Priority program
8.1 Programming weekly program with weekly program P1-P9
8.2 Setting time period for the weekly program
A. Recurring annually
B. Program only in specified year
C. Stipulating public holiday without fixed date
8.3 Time limited permanent switching
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9.0
Program Interrogation
9.1 Whole program interrogation
9.2 Interrogation of designated switching times
9.3 Interrogation of channel related date program
9.4 Interrogation of date completely
9.5 Interrogating weeky program with priority
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10.0 Changing a stored program
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11.0 Cancellation
11.1 Cancellation of individual switching times
11.2 Cancellation of date program
11.3 Cancellation of priority program
11.4 Cancel everything
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12.0 Data Exchange/External Data Security
12.1 Recording data from time switch on the memory card
12.2 Reading data from memory card into the time switch
12.3 Preview programming with Software OBELISK
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13.0 Tips and Dodges
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14.0 Glossary
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15.0 Table of errors
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3.0 Application / installation
Time switches switch ON, OFF and over connected electrical units, depending on
time, on a daily or weekly cycle and related to date.
– The time switch TR 641 S / TR 641 S DCF may only be used in dry
areas
– Time switches are suitable for use in environmental conditions with normal pollution.
– The time switch TR 641 S / TR 641 S DCF is suitable for mounting on
the 35 mm top-hat rail (DIN EN 50022)
We therefore recommend attention be given to the following points before
installation:
– Use separate lead for the mains voltage supply.
– Suppress inductive loads with suitable RC filters.
– Do not mount product in direct proximity to sources of interference as e. g.
transformers, contactors, PCs and TV and communication equipment.
– After suffering intereference, we recommend, before re-setting, a RESET with
a new initial set up (chapter 5.3).
– Strongly heat-generating products on the right side of the product shorten the
life of the battery.
– Wall mounting with installation kit 907 0 053
3.3 Electrical connection
3.1 Safety instruction
The connection and installation of electrical equipment may be
effected only by a qualified electrician. National regulations
and any valid safety conditions should be observed.
Interference with and changes to the product will result in cancellation of the guarantee.
3.2 Installation instructions
In spite of expensive protection measures, exceptionally strong magnetic
fields can lead to the destruction of the micro-processor controlled time
switch.
National regulations and any valid safety conditions must be
observed.
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3.4 Technical data
Description:
Program Type:
Supply Voltage:
Nominal Frequency:
Power Consumption:
Switching Capacity:
Contact Material:
Yearly Time Switch
Day/Week
230 V~ ± 10 %
50 – 60 Hz
Approx. 3 VA
16 (10) A, 250 V~
AgSnO2
Contact Type:
Time Base:
Memory Locations:
Minimum Switching Time:
Minimum Pulse:
Switching Accuracy:
Accuracy:
Power Reserve:
Permissible Ambient Temperature:
Protection Class:
Enclosure Type:
Type:
Change-Over
Quartz
324
1 second/minute
1 second
Accurate to the second
± 1 sec./day at 20° C
Lithium Cell 1.5 years at 20° C
– 10° C ... + 50° C (–10T50)
II if installed according to EN 60335
IP 20 in accordance with EN 60529
1 BSTU in accordance with EN 60730-1, -2, - 7
TR 641 S DCF
Time Base:
Max. Distant of the radio antenna:
Enclosure Type:
Power Supply 907 0 182:
Max. Loading:
Radio exact (with power reserve quartz operated)
200 m
IP 54 in accordance with EN 60529
Necessary
10 products.
Note
The time switches conform to the European Regulations 73/23/EWG (low voltage rules) and 89/336/EWG (EMV-Regulations).
If the time switches are used with other products in one installation, attention
must be given to ensure that the whole installation does not cause radio interference.
3.5 Illustration of dimensions
Dotted lines correspond to the dimensions of mounting Kit 907 0 053
Note deviating technical data on the rating plate
Rights to technical improvements are reserved.
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4.0 Power reserve
4.2 Battery changing
In the event of a power failure, the battery back-up provides for the maintenace
of correct time (approx. 1.5 years). Even without power and with a drained battery, the switching times remain permanently stored.
Important Instructions
Battery changing with mains voltage
All memorised program data is maintained
Battery changing without mains voltage
Note: date and time are lost.
4.1 Battery loading
– Note the polarity of the lithium battery.
– Insert the lithium battery into the holder (see diagram 1).
– Push the battery holder into the battery compartment.
– Press the battery holder down, untl it audibly locates.
1. Lift the battery draw with a suitable screw driver (see diagram 3).
Dia. 1
2. Remove the lithium battery from the holder (see diagram 2).
3. Note the polarity of the new lithium cell (Order No. 9 883 003).
4. Insert the Lithium battery into the holder (see diagram 1).
5. Push the battery holder into the battery compartment.
6. Press the battery holder down until it audibly locates.
7. Dispose of lithium battery in an environmentally friendly way.
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5.0 Initial operation
Ensure that the lithium battery is located (Chapter 4.1)
Ending Programming: use v
position
5.1 Overview of menu selection
By pressing the button v the Cursor ▲ can be moved.
With each touch of the button, the cursor moves one menu position.
Cursor below symbol:
Auto
button, and place cursor ▲ into following
.
5.2 Entry adjustment
The TR 641 S / TR 641 S DCF contains a prompt facility. Follow the flashing
symbols. They show the programming sequence.
Entry Adjustment:
(Automatic Program)
– Programmed switching times determine the
switching programm
– Switching override (Manual ON/OFF)
– Random ON/OFF
n
– Set / change date and time
?
– Interrogate, change, cancel, completely cancel
Prog
– Programming of date, weekly and 1x switching
times
– Programming of date, weekly pulses, 1x pulse,
ON and OFF switching delays
P
– e.g. public holiday, vacation, or holiday program
s/f
– Programming and change of Summer/Winter
time switching
What to do when a wrong value has been entered in error?
Cancel the program step again:
– press button CL = one step back
– press button CL repeatedly = repeated steps back
When wrong value flashes:
– enter correct value with buttons 0 .. 9
or when programming channels or week-days:
or in the event of a wrong entry:
– press the same button again
Note:
Only the last entry will be cancelled
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Note:
5.3 Setting date and time
On initial operation press button RES with a pointed object e.g. pencil, and afterwards release it.
Initial operation of the Radio controlled Time switch TR 641S DCF see chapter 5.7.
Example:
The time switch is to be set up on 19.05.2000 at 9.25
After the initial operation (Chapter 5.3) automatic Summer/Winter time is already
programmed.
Basic setting is for Central Europe: dat 1.
If another or no change over standard is required, this can be changed at any time,
as described in Chapters 5.4 – 5.5.
5.4 Selection schedule for automatic summer/ winter time
1, 9
Res.
Setting
Commencement
Commencement
Area
dat 0
no change
no change
Use for radio
controlled version
dat 1
last Sunday
in March
2 AM ➔ 3 AM
last Sunday
in October
3 AM ➔ 2 AM
EU
dat 2
last Sunday
in March
1 AM ➔ 2 AM
4th Sunday
in October
2 AM ➔ 1 AM
dat 3
1st Sunday
in April
2 AM ➔ 3 AM
last Sunday
in October
3 AM ➔ 2 AM
dat 4
individual Summer/Winter time table,
programmable only with Obelisk software
date day
0, 5
0, 0
date month
year
hour
Enter
store
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
2, 5
0, 9
1
2
3
4
5
6
minute
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Auto
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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UK
North
America
5.5 Changing automatic summer/ winter time
Default: TR 641 S:
dat 1
Default: TR 641 S DCF:
dat 0
5.6 Changing date / time
With the cursor in Pos. n, any flashing value, the actual time or date, can be
changed with the buttons 0 .. 9.
Select the new switching time (Chapter 5.4)
Example:
Change to:
1X
Change date e.g. from
19.5.2000 to 20.5.2000
basic setting dat 1
dat 0
Change time only e.g.
from 9.25 to 9.27
C1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Note: Select dat 0 for radio controlled version
Dat.
Select Dat
Dat.
6x
0, 9
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Hour
2,0
Select
0
Date Day
Adjust
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
2
3
4
5
6
7
Adjust
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
7
Enter
Enter
With button v
P
2
Enter
Store month
New dat 0
? Prog
Auto
Store
return to the automatic programme.
Store year
Adjust
Enter
Auto
Store
– press Enter repeatedly, until the cursor is below Auto
– or follow the line and change the actual time
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C
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
5.7 Radio Time Switch
The operation of the radio time switch is exactly the same as with the TR 641S.
The correct time, date and Summer-/Wintertime change-over set themselves
automatically with me DCF 77 radio receiver.
TR 641 S - TR 641 S DCF
A. Operation without DCF 77 radio reception
In this case, set the summer-/ winter change to the correct changeover standard,
see chapter 5.3/ 5.4
Interesting Details:
– Accuracy of the radio receiver +/– 1 sec. in 1,000,000 years
B. Operation with DCF 77 radio reception
– Transmitter location is Mainflingen near Frankfurt
In this case, set the summer-/ winter change to the correct changeover standard,
see chapter 5.3/ 5.4
– Transmitting radius of the transmitter approx. 1000 km
– Synchronisation is effected after initial setting-up and then daily at
night.
C. Adjustment of one time switch to the radio antenna
We recommend the following mounting positions:
1. Use only t antenna No: 907 0 243 to the radio controlled time
switch
2. Use a 2 lead cable for connection
3. Attach antenna cable to the terminal, connect power supply NT DCF 77.
– outside the control box (at least 4 m away)
– under the roof
– or in a protected position out of doors
1. Connect first one time switch to the operating voltage 230 V~.
5.8 Connection and Adjustment of the Radio Antenna
Avoid mounting positions near:
– radio transmitting installations
– radiological equipment
– television and personal computers
D. Adjustment of up to 10 time switches to the radio antenna
2. Connect radio antenna to this time switch, polarity does not matter.
3. The connection of the other devices to t DCF antenna 907 0 243
may take the form of star, bus or tree topology.
4. Connect the other time switches to radio antenna.
5. However the LED lights up, polarity of this antenna connection must be changed.
6. Connect the other time switches to the operating voltage 230 V~.
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5.9 Initial Operation of the Radio Time Switch
N
L
Note:
The synchronisation test would be discontinued immediately.
To obtain a new start after this, RES button must be pressed again.
TR 641S DCF
DCF 77
L
L
N
DCF 77
1. The display counts from 00 to 59 (see illustration 2)
Depending on the reception quality of the DCF 77 signal, this
procedure can be repeated several times.
N
NT DCF 77
907 0 182
D. Adjustment of the radio antenna
A. Setting-Up Automatically
During synchronisation press no buttons!
2. If the time swtich has received the whole of signal, RC goes on
flashing.
Only after a further signal is received, does the RC symbol stop.
The status of the channels are displayed (see illustration 3).
The clock is now ready.
Tip:
Adjust the radio antenna in the direction
of Frankfurt a.M. until the built in LED
flashes every second.
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B. Setting-Up Manually
If the clock, on the initial set-up, does not synchronise even after
several attempts, possibly because of a disturbed reception signal,
we recommend setting-up as described in Chapter 5.3.
The clock will then try once more to synchronise itself on the signal,
during the night.
Example: The time switch has synchronised itself on 19.5.2000 at 9.25.
6.0 Manual intervention in the program
6.1 Automatic operation (standard setting)
2)
Res.
The channel C take in the switching condition provided the stored time program.
3)
Auto
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
6.2 Permanent ON
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5.10 Forced Transmitter Call
The synchronisation of the time switch is effected after the initial setting-up, then
daily between 1.58 and 3.13.
A radio synchronisation can be called up manually during the day
(transmitter call).
Start of the Transmitter Call
1. Press Dat Button for approx. 3 secs.
2. then release
The timeswitch synchronises itself on the DCF 77 signal.
In the LCD display can be seen:
The RC symbol flashes only during a DCF 77 synchronisation!
If the time switch has synchronised itself, a program review takes place.
The channels take on, afterwards, the specified switching positions, from the individual program.
The RC symbol is permanently in the LCD display.
The channel C can be manually switched in each menu to permanently ON. A
permanent switching has highest priority. The channel remains in the permanently ON switching position until manually cancelled.
The status display in the LCD (p / o) is not adjusted.
6.3 Permanently OFF
The channel C can be manually switched in each menu to permanently OFF. A
permanent switching has highest priority. The channel remains in the permanently OFF switching position until manually cancelled.
The status display in the LCD (p / o) is not adjusted.
Time limited permanent switchings ON/OFF (see Chapter 8.3)
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6.4 Manual ON (override switching)
6.6 Random program
The channel C can be switched ON manually in the automatic program. In which
case, the symbol H = hand appears in the display.
An override switching is cancelled again by the next switching command. The H
display is turned off.
General Comment
A random program causes the time switch to switch ON or OFF at random between one or more pairs of switchings (ON and OFF switching time).
Duration of the random ON and OFF switching time approx. 10 – 120 minutes.
Select Status: Button 1 = Switch ON
Example:
Between 19.00 and 22.00 random ON (display:r)
Between 0.00 and 06.00 random ON (display:r)
Auto
Auto
1
C
ON
1
2 3
4 5
6
7
Programmed switching pairs
6.5 Manual OFF (override switching)
The channel C can be switched OFF manually in the automatic program. An override switching in the automatic program is corrected again by the next switching
command. (The H symbol is turned off).
Random
Program
Select Status: Button 0 = Switch OFF
Auto
Auto
0
OFF
C
1
2 3
4 5
6
7
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Random
Program
6.7 Random program start
6.9 Locking/ unlocking the keyboard
A random program can be switched ON manually in the automatic program
(Auto) at any time. It remains active until switched OFF (chapter 6.8).
Note: If the random program is active in the channel, the symbol r (random)
appears beside the channel.
Dat.
Auto
Effect:
The Obelisk memory card allows you to prevent operation of the device by unauthorized persons.
In this case time switch query and programming are impossible without the
Obelisk card.
Locking the keyboard:
C
1. Insert the Obelisk memory card into the data interface.
2. Press key 8 for approx. 3 secs until the Obelisk icon
StartRandom
is flashing.
Operating the time switch
If after a button is pressed and the Symbol
6.8 Stop random program / override switching
A random program override switching can be interrupted at any time.
After cancellation of the random program override switching, the time switch
carries out a program review. This causes the time switch to inspect the stored
program and then take up the correct switching status.
is blinking, the keyboard is locked.
1. Insert the Obelisk memory card into the data interface.
2. You can the select the desired program using the v
key.
3. Now you can remove the memory card in order to continue programming.
When the time switch returns to auto mode, the keyboard is locked.
Canceling the keyboard lock
Note: The symbol r turns OFF
1. Insert the memory card into the data interface.
CL
2. Press key 8 until the icon
Auto
C
appears.
3. Press key 8 for approx. 3 secs until the icon disappears.
4. Remove the memory card.
Now the time switch can be operated again without obstruction.
Stop
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Example 2: Weekly program – set switch OFF time
– Channel C is to switch OFF at 18.30 from Mon to Fri p
7.0 Programming
7.1 Weekly program, set switch ON time
e.g.: Channel C is to switch on at 6.30 from Mon to Fri o
Place cursor ▲ in pos.
Select Prog
Weekdays
Switch OFF
Week Days
Confirm Channel
Hours
Switch ON
Confirm days
Minutes
Hours
Store
Minutes
Additional programming as described, or back into the automatic program with
button v.
Storage Program
*) Press button 0
Switching time activated daily
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7.2 Programming date program
7.3 Programming single switching time
Example.: Channel C is to switches ON on the 1.5 at 7.30
Place cursor ▲ in pos.
Example: Channel C, 1 switches ON on the 10.5 at 8.30
Note:
Only date related switching times can be programmed with the function 1x see illustration 8. Once the switching time is effected, it
cancels itself automatically at mid-night.
Prog
3x
Select Prog.
Select Prog
switch ON
switch ON
Dat
Prog
1, 0
Date
Date
Date Day
0, 5
Prog
1
C
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Prog
Date Day
Prog
0, 8
Prog
ON
Date Month
Date Month
Hours
3, 0
Hours
Prog
1
Minutes
Minutes
Store
Enter
Additional programming as described or back into the automatic program with
button v.
Store
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Prog
1x
Prog
C
Additional programming as described or
back into the automatic program with
button v
7.4 Programming pulse program
8.0 Priority program
Example: Channel C pulse duration: 5 secs from Mon to Fri at 7.15.
Place cursor ▲ in pos.
With the TR 641 S / TR 641 S DCF up to 9 different weekly programs can be
performed in addition to the normal weekly program. A firm weekly program
P1 ... P9 can be requested at any fixed periods of time.
That is, the programming consists of:
Select
Switch ON
1. Setting the weekly program (see Chapter 8.1)
2. Setting commencement and completion date (see Chapter 8.2)
If the time period of several weekly programs cut across one another, the program with the highest index number prevails e.g. weekly program P9 prevails
over weekly program P3.
Week Days
Confirm Days
In order to maintain control, we recommend that the various weekly programs
are noted in the table at the end of the user instructions.
Hours
Pulse 5 sec.
Minutes
Store
Note After a time adjustment, pulses are only effected, which are programmed
at least one minute after the time adjustment.
Switching times are executed in the following order:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
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Permanent switching
Time limited permanent switching. Chapter 8.3 (out priority over ON).
Date switching times. Chapter 7.2 (out priority over ON).
1x switching times. Chapter 7.3.
Weekly program with priority. Chapter 8.2/8.3 (P9 priority over P1).
Weekly program. Chapter 7.1/7.2.
etc.
Overview TR 641 S – TR 641 S DCF
Weekly program schedule with priority
weekly program
„standard“
H
ig
he
st
Pr
io
rit
y
weekly program P9
weekly program P8
weekly program P7
weekly program P6
weekly program
„Priority 1“
weekly program P5
Priority times
P1-P9
Date
switching
times
Permanently
ON/OFF
weekly program P4
weekly program P3
weekly program
„Priority 2“
Channel C switch ON
Monday-Friday 6.30
pulse duration 5 secs.
weekly program P2
weekly program P1
Channel C at ON o
16.15 daily.
weekly program
„Priority 3“
Channel C switch ON
Monday-Friday at 7.15
pulse duration 5 secs.
Channel C at OFF 20.00 p
weekly program
„Priority 4“
weekly program
„Priority 5“
Start
e.g. 8.4
Standard
Weekly Program
Finish
e.g. 27.5
Weekly Program
P3
Start
e.g. 21.7
Standard
Weekly Program
Finish
e.g. 7.9
Weekly Program
P4
weekly program
„Priority 6“
weekly program
„Priority 7“
Standard
Weekly Program
weekly program
„Priority 8“
When changing to a new weekly program (e.g. on 8.4 at 0.00 hr), the channel in
question is switched as if the new weekly program has been valid for some time.
This means the new weekly programme makes a review of the program.
weekly program
„Priority 9“
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ON
OFF
RELAY
8.1 Programming weekly program with priority P1 .. P9
Select Prog
8.2 Setting Time Period for Weekly Program P1 .. P9
A. Recurring annually
Example Channel C switches on daily at 8.15
Priority sequence P1.
The time period of a weekly program P1 .. P9 is fixed by entering a commencement and finishing date. The weekly program begins at 0.00 on the commencement date and ends at 2400 on the finishing date.
Switch ON
Example: As opposed to the normally active program on Channel C1 from
8 April until 27 May, the individual priority program with index P1 is to become effective. In the fixed time period with priority sequence P1 .. P9, the whole
standard program (without priority sequence) is suppressed.
P
P
P
C
5x
C
Select P
Daily
Hours
Confirm
P
Confirm
P
P
P
2, 7, 0, 5
P
P
1
Priority P1
Date end
Store
C
Enter
Date Start
Minutes
P
P
0, 8,0, 4
P
C
1
Note: Pulse switching times can
also be fixed with priority
sequence.
For weekly programs with
priority, any number of
ON/OFF switching commands can be specified.
Program 1
P
7)
Enter
P
C
C
Store
Additional programming as described or with button v back into the automatic program.
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B. Weekly program only in one specified year
C. Stipulating public holidays without a fixed date
Example: Only in year 2000 from 8th April to 27th May, e.g. the weekly
program P2 activated.
P
P
C
5x
Select P
Example: Following this measure, a public holiday such as Easter 2000
(not a fixed date) will be activated automatically and will execute, e.g., program P2.
P
P
C
5x
1
Select P
ON
1
ON
P
P
P
2, 7, 0, 5
8, 4, 0, 0
Symbol
„no fixed date“
Date start
Date Start
and year
2
Priority 2
P
End
P
P
Enter
Confirm
P
Dat
2,3,0, 4
P
2
Enter
Program 2
Confirm
C
C
Note:
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Programming of public holidays without fixed dates only needs to be carried out once, e.g. following initial start-up.
This applies to holidays connected with Easter such as Ascension, Whitsun,
Corpus Christi, Ash Wednesday, Good Friday etc. Program the date of all
of these holidays that do not have a fixed date once only for the current
year.
8.3 Time limited permanent switching ON or OFF
9.0 Programe interrogation
E.g.: All connected equipment is to remain switched OFF during the Christmas
holidays between 23 December 1999 and the 7 January 2000.
2, 3, 1, 2
0, 7, 0, 1
P
9.2 Interrogating only designated switching times
9, 9
P
1. Illustration: menu selection and display of the free memory locations e.g. 304
2. Illustration: begin interrogation e.g. from Mondays: button 0, 1 press.
Yearly
P
P
P
Permanent
Date End
0
C
Enter
Date Start
OFF
1
C
Select P
Menu Selection cursor under ?
By pressing ENTER button (several times) interrogate whole program.
P
P
5x
9.1 Whole program interrogation
P
Enter
Select ?
From Day 1 = Mon
P
C
Confirm
Time limited permanent switching to be carried out 1x press button 1 (illustration 6).
Time limited permanent switching to be carried out yearly, press button 0 (illustration 6).
Additional programming as described or with button v back into the automatic program.
Interrogate
Interrogate
Additional interrogation as described, or back into the automatic program with button v.
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9.5 Interrogating weekly program with priority
9.3 Interrogation of date program
Illustration 1: Menu selection and display of the free memory locations e.g. 304
Illustration 2: Select date program, press button Dat twice
Illustration 3: Begin interrogation e.g. from May Button 0, press 5
(interrogation from February Button 0, press 2 etc.)
Illustration 4: Search for the desired switching time press Enter Button
e.g. on 1.5 Channel C ist urned on at 7.30
Illustration 5: Example, memory searches for additional switching times
Fig. 1: Display of available memory space 304
Fig. 2: Select: Channel C1
Fig. 3: Only have priorities displayed
Fig. 4: Priority selection, have everything displayed with priority 2
Fig. 5: Press Enter to have further programs with priority 2 displayed
?
2x
Select
C
Selection
interrogation
Date
C
Select channel
?
P
From May
?
1
C
Interrogate
Priority 2
Search priority
1
2 3
4 5
6
7
?
1
C
1
2 3
4 5
6
7
?
Enter, Enter, ..
C
Interrogate
With Buttonv
Interrogate
back into the automatic program (Auto)
1
2 3
4 5
6
7
9.4 Complete interrogation of date program
The complete interrogation of the date program is effected as described in 9.3.
The entry step in illustration 3 (button 0,5) must be omitted in this case.
All stored date related switching times will be shown one after the other from
January (01).
Note:
If, while in interrogation mode, a date, the year and the symbol
are
displayed, then this indicates a public holiday without a fixed date.
To cancel: Press button v to return to the automatic program.
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10.0 Changing a stored program
Any program already stored, whether weekly or yearly can be changed depending
on individual requirements.
Condition: Cursor must be in the interrogation menu (?).
Select
Example:
Illustration 1:
example: free memory locations 304
Illustration 2:
By repeatedly pressing the Enter Button, call up the switching
Confirm
time to be changed
Illustration 3:
Button P = adjustment
Illustration 4:
Store channel selection
Illustration 5:
Switching status e.g. switch ON
Change
– change switching status: with Button 0,1
– retain switching status: progress with Enter Button
Illustration 6:
Confirm
Programmed weekdays
– switching times are effected on the day, Mo to Fr (1 – 5)
– changing weekdays: e.g.: not Wed, Sat, Sun
press Button 3, 6, 7
– retain weekdays: progress with Enter Button
Illustration 7:
Store change
Illustration 8:
Change switching time: e.g. 7.45 press Button 7, 4, 5
Hours
Minutes
– afterwards store with Enter Button
– retain switch time: progress with Enter Button
Illustration 9:
Additional changes as described, or
back into the automatic program
(Auto) with Button v.
Search for additional switching times, press Enter Button
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11.0 Cancellation
11.2 Cancellation of Dat program
11.1 Cancellation of individual switching times
Illustration 1: Menu selection ? and display of free memory locations e.g. 304.
Illustration 2: Search for switch times: press Enter Button.
Illustration 3: Cancel: press CL Button and then Enter Button.
Discontinue cancel procedure: press CL instead of Enter Button.
Illustration 4: Enter Button: memory searches for additional switching times.
?
2x
C
Illustration 1:
Illustration 2:
Illustration 3:
Illustration 4:
Illustration 5:
Menu selection ? and display of free memory locations e.g. 304
Select date switching times, press button Dat twice.
Begin interrogation from January: press Button 0, 1 (February 0, 2 etc.)
Search for the switching time to be cancelled, press Enter Button.
Cancellation of the switching time: press CL Button and
afterwards Enter.
Illustration 6: Enter Button: memory searches for additional switching times.
?
Enter..
?
2x
C
C
Select
1
?
CL
C
Enter
2 3
4 5
6
0, 1
?
z.B:
C
C
2 3
4 5
6
CL
6X
C
Cancel
2 3
4 5
6
Enter ..
?
z.B:
C
7
Auto
1
C
Search with Enter
Start Jan.
1
?
Date
7
?
2x Dat
?
C
Enter
?
C
Confirm
7
Continue cancellation as described, or back into the automatic program (Auto)
with button v.
Continue cancellation as described, or back into the automatic program (Auto) with Button
v.
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11.3 Cancellation of the whole priority program
Illustration 1:
Illustration 2:
Illustration 3:
Illustration 4:
Menu selection ? and display of free memory locations e.g. 304
Initiate the cancellation procedure, press CL Button
Select channel e.g. C, press Button 1
Select the priority program for cancellation e.g. P1, press Button 1
Discontinue cancellation procedure, press CL Button again
Illustration 5: Confirm cancellation procedure, press Enter Button
11.4 Cancel everything
Illustration 1: Menu selection ? and display of free memory locations e.g. 304
Illustration 2: Cancel program, press Button CL
Illustration 3: Cancel everything, press Button 0
Discontinue cancellation, press CL Button again
Illustration 4: Confirm cancellation, press Enter Button
Illustration 5: Display 324 memory locations, all switching times are cancelled
?
?
C
1x
Select
C
CL
Cancel
Select
1
2
3
4
5
6
Cancel
7
1
?
2
3
4
5
6
7
?
C
0
C
Enter
Priority 1
Everything
1
2
3
4
5
6
Confirm
Cancellation
7
?
C
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Auto
C
5X
Confirm
Cancellation
Additional cancellation as described, or with Button back into the automatic program
(Auto) v.
1
With Button v
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2
3
4
5
6
7
back into the automatic program (Auto)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
12.0 Data Exchange / Security
Switching times of time switch TR 641 S / TR 641 S DCF can be stored externally with the
Obelisk memory card.The data can be filed or transferred from time switch to time switch.
Illustration 4
Order No.
907 0 165
12.1 Entering Data from Timeswitch onto Obelisk Memory Card
Push the Obelisk memory card into the data interface (12.0/Illus. 4). Select menu
?. Enter data on the memory card: press Enter button.
The data is transferred when the End symbol is displayed in the LCD.
Remove memory card. Back into the Auto menu with Enter button.
12.3 Preview Programming with Obelisk Software
As an option, the possibility exists for preparing a program on the computer with
the Obelisk software program. The prepared program can be written onto the
memory card and also be printed out. The memory card can now be as secure data
or for reading into another time switch of the type TR 641 S or TR 641 S DCF.
Condition:
– PC from 486 free hard disk storage capacity approx. 1 MB
– from WIN 95 / WIN 98 / WIN NT
Order No. 907 0 230 contains:
Obelisk software program + system adapter + Obelisk
memory card.
Schematic of
function
Note: If the program card Obelisk is removed too early, all programmed on/off
times are erased from the time switch (see table in chapter 16).
12.2 Reading Data from Obelisk Memory Card into Time Switch
Push the Obelisk memory card into the data interface (12.0/illus. 4).
Select menu Prog. Read data in, press Enter button. The data is transferred,
when the End symbol is displayed in the LCD.
Remove memory card. Back into the Auto menu with Enter button.
serial
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or parallel
13.0 Tips and additional possibilities
1. Priority program with random switching
Possibility for starting a random program automatically during public or
annual holiday times.
1. Program weekly program with the desired ON and OFF switching times and
priority sequence P1 .. P9 (Chapter 8.1)
2. Specifity the time period for the weekly program (Chapter 8.2).
3. Activate random program once manually (Chapter 6.7).
2. Special program for holidays
Procedurally during holidays to switch ON and OFF connected units at different times:
1. Program your desired holiday program. The ON and OFF switching times
must occur daily. A priority sequence P1..P9 must be assigned to the switching times (Chapter 8.1).
2. Specifity the time period for the weekly program
e.g. only for the 1st May➔ begin 01.05 finish 01.05 (Chapter 8.2).
Note:
After a time adjustment, only pulses, which are programmed at
least 1 minute after the time adjustment, are carried out.
4. Pulse program for time delayed switch-OFF
A switch-OFF time e.g. at 8.0 and 10 secs. can be achieved by:
1. Programming a switch-OFF time eg.g. 800 (Chapter 7.1)
2. Additional programming of a simultaneous pulse switching time of 10 secs.
duration.
1. Switch-OFF time e.g. 800 OFF p
2. Additional pulse ON (o) at 800 for
10 secs duration
3. Effective at 800 10 secs.
switch OFF.
Note:
3. Pulse program for time delayed switch-ONs
A switch-ON time e.g. at 7.0 and 10 secs can be achieved by:
1. programming a switch-ON time e.g. 700 ON (o) (Chapter 7.1)
2. Additional pulse program (Chapter 7.4) with same switch-ON time.
1. Switch-ON time e.g. 700 o
2. Additionally at 700 pulse OFF (p) for the duration
of 10 secs
3. Effective at 700 10 secs switch ON
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After time adjustment, only pulses, which are programmed at
least 1 minute after the time adjustment are carried out.
14.0 Glossary
What does Obelisk memory card mean?
Mobile data carrier can be used for:
What does automatic operation (Auto) mean?
The cursor is below Auto. Current time is displayed.
The switching sequence of the time switch is determined by the stored switching times. (Note: permanent switchng has priority see Chapters 6.2
and 6.3).
– security of the programmed time program
What is automatic return?
When in the interrogation or programming mode, if no button is used for a
long time, the display reverts automatically, after approx. 40 secs. to automatic operation. The product then takes up the switching status specified by
the program.
– programming on the PC, store on Obelisk memory card
Program recan?
This results in the time switch checking the stored program and implementing the correct switching condition.
What does entry correction mean?
In the event of wrong entry during programming, by pressing the CL button,
the entry can be cancelled and immediately corrected.
What does weekday block formation mean?
Simultaneous programming at one switching time e.g. 600 ON on several
days of the week e.g. Monday, Tuesday and Friday.
Only one memory lacation is used.
– duplication of the programmed time program
– faster programming of additional time switches with the same program
Option only with Obelisk software:
– read program into time switch(es)
– program print out possible
What does RESET mean?
By pressing the RESET button, a defined new start for the time switch is
effected. The current time and date are cancelled. The stored switching times
are maintained permanently.
What does EEPROM mean?
An EEPROM is an electronic memory, which can store memorised data even
without current (without battery back up) for a period of approx. 40 years.
What is an LCD?
An LCD display is a liquid crystal display, with which current time and stored
data (switching times) can be shown.
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15.0 Table of errors
In order to increase the reliability of operation, several internal tests are run by
the time switch. If any error appears during these tests, the LCD will display the
following error numbers.
Error no. 4, 5, 6, 7:
Error in the transmittance of data memorized in the memory card Obelisk.
1. Transfer program once again onto program card.
2. Repeat transaction.
3. Wrong type of time switch, e.g. memory card Obelisk is programed for
TR 642 S, you try ro read into a TR 641 S.
Error no. 3:
Program card has been withdrawn prior to end of data transfer.
Repeat transaction.
Error no. 1, 2, 8:
Program memory defect.
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