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Guide de configuration
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Bedienungsanleitung
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9
TS 100 a1
599100 3
auto
reset
prog.
0...9...
10
1/10 V
CL
12
8
STOP
6
2
OK
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+
3
4
5-1
5-2
5-3
5-4
5-5
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13
TS 206 a1 599206 9
auto
230 V 6A AC1
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TS 304
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E1
E2
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E3
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E4
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Bus 29 V
TBTS
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Summary
Configuration unit TS 100
Configuration
1. Numbering of inputs in the "0...9..."
2. Programming the links in the "Prog" mode
2.1. Multi applications scenario function
2.2. Selection of Priority, Time delay and Scenarios
of ambients commands
3. Loading the configuration in the "Auto" mode
page
50
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54
Controls available in your Tebis TS installation
Applications
Symbols
Lighting
on
off
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60
Modifications, Operations
1. Display of links in the " " mode
2. Modification of links in the "Prog" mode
3. Deletion
4. Adjust the lighting level for the ambience control
scene
5. Locking
64
66
Uninstalling
68
Diagnostic aid
69
type of control
on/off
on/off
62
62
64
1/10 V
variation
priority forced on
priority forced off
delayed on
delayed off
ambient (1)
blinds/shutters
up
down
up / down
wind safety
priority forced up
priority forced down
delayed down (2)
heating
comfort
eco
comfort/eco
frost-free
STOP
forced off
priority forced comfort
priority forced eco
delayed comfort
delayed eco
(1) control not available on dimmers TS 211 and TS 210
(2) control not available on TS 220, TS 221, TS 223, TS 224, TS 225, and
TS 226.
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Configuration unit TS 100
Configuration unit TS 100
Safety :
- Installation should only be completed by a specialist.
Recommendations :
- The device’s function is only possible within the system Tebis TS.
- Observe the installations regulations of the protection measures.
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rese
Function
The configuration unit TS 100 defines the allocation and functions of the
Tebis TS input and output among (TS 304 and TS 206 for example).
1/10
auto
V
CL
STOP
OK
a1
100
TS 0 3
10
599
g.
pro
...
0...9
Technical specifications :
+
Electrical data
● supply voltage :
230 V 50 Hz + bus 29V
● power consumption : 7 VA
● power dissipation : 7 W max.
Electrical connection
Operation data
● contact rating indicator output : 1 A / 250 V AC1
230 V 50 Hz
L
N
Environment
● operating : 0 °C to +45 °C
● storage : -20 °C to +70 °C
BUS
0...9...
Connection
● cage clamps : flexible : 1 mm2 to 6 mm2
rigid : 1,5 mm2 to 10 mm2
1
TS 100 a1
599100 3
3
11 13
17 19
auto
reset
prog.
0...9...
Dimensions
● size : 6 modules
1/10 V
CL
STOP
OK
Notices before putting into operation :
1. Observe operating temperature. Mount device in lower part of the
enclosure.
2. Connect auxiliary voltage (230 V AC) and system voltage (29 V).
3. Follow the instructions of the configuration (see p 52 § “Configuration”).
+
System
voltage
Bus
29 V
29 V DC
(SELV)
TBTS
Further
bus du
connection
repiquage
Bus
Indicator (ex : ref SU 213) output contact 11/13 : when programming
the inputs, the output contact is closed with every audible confirmation of
the TS 100. A horn or a bell can be connected here which can be heard in
the whole building. The indicator output has no function in regular service.
BUS BUS Indicator output clamps 17/19 : The contact is closed in case
of system voltage loss. To indicate the loss a bell or indicator light can be
connected.
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Configuration
After installing your Tebis TS system, check the wiring of the control
(bus connections) and power circuits.
You will now need to establish the configuration links between the inputs
and outputs in order to define how you want the installation to operate.
The configuration procedure described below consists of three steps :
1
Numbering
the inputs
”0...9...”
2
Programming
the links
”Prog.”
3
Downloading
“Auto”
If required, you can easily make changes to the operation of your installation
with the configuration unit at a later time. Refer to the Modifications,
Operation section for pratical tips and the correction and modification
procedures.
Before you start using the configuration unit, make sure that all of the
"Auto / " selectors of the modules are set to the "Auto" position.
1. Input numbering in mode "0...9..."
Input numbering in mode "0...9..."
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This stage is only carried out once at the beginning of programming.
It is a way of identifying and numbering each control device connected
to a Tebis TS system input module.
● On the TS 100 configurator, set selector ➀ to mode "0...9...".
● Successively press all the switches and push-buttons of the installation.
Wait to hear the audible beep each time, before pressing the next button.
● Each time a number is assigned, enter the location and function on the
configuration sheet.
● For TS 302-4, operate the logic controller connected to the inputs.
● For TS 316, press the push-buttons on the front panel of the product
or operate the devices of the controls connected to the inputs.
● For TS 340 TS 350 and TS 351, press the infrared or radio control buttons.
● For TS 320, TS 321, TS 322, press the controller push-button.
The numbers are assigned in increasing order, beginning with 1.
In larger buildings, sound acknowledgements can be amplified by
connecting a horn or a bell in series with the contact between terminals
11 and 13 of the TS 100 configurator.
● To locate the number of a control device in the mode " 0...9... ",
simply operate the device (push-button, switch or logic controller).
➞ the input number will be displayed with long audible acknowledgement
(beep).
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press the 1st
control input
bep...
1
beep...
biiii... already allocated
auto
a number
prog.
0...9...
15
no beep*
tebis TS
input the number
(location and required function)
16
*see “Diagnostic aid”
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2. Link programming in "Prog" mode
This stage is a way of creating links between an input and one or several
outputs and of defining, for each link, the desired control type.
● On configurator TS 100, set selector ➀ to the "Prog" mode.
1. Selection of input number
● Display the input number using the ➁ "+" and "-" keys.
2. Selection of outputs
● Select each output with its push-button from the front panel of the
modules 14 .
➞ As soon as an output is selected, the configurator will recognize the
application type of the module (
) and indicate this by lighting
the corresponding indicator light in the matrix of configurator ➃.
➞ after selecting the first output, only outputs forming part of the same
area of application can be selected. If different application outputs have
to be selected, see p 54 § 2.1. "Multiple Applications Scenario".
3. Selection of control type
● Choose the desired control type using one of the keys 5-1 to 5-5 on the
configurator.
➞ An indicator light ➅ will confirm the choice. On the configurator matrix,
at the intersection of the ➃ and ➅ indicator lights, a symbol will
indicate the type of command you have selected.
- For priority, time delay and ambient setting commands,
see p 56 § 2.2. "Selection of priority, time delay and Scenarios
of ambients controls".
4. Recording the link
● Press the key "OK" ➆, the link defined in steps 1 - 2 - 3 will be
recorded.
➞ The input display will increment and move to the next input.
If different type of controls have to be linked at the same time,
see p 54 § 2.1. "Multiple Applications Scenario".
5. Further programming
by repeating phases 1 to 4 for each of the inputs.
Link programming in "Prog" mode
1
12
4
auto
prog.
0...9...
1/10 V
STOP
2
-
+
14
5
OK
7
OK
>2s
- All the links can only be displayed by means of the "+" and "-" ➁,
- to correct or modify a link, refer to the "Operation" chapter,
- if the configuration is satisfactory, move on to download.
Note : It is possible to have the system input react to the opening of a
contact and not to its closing (for instance, if a normally-closed contact is
connected). Simply press the key
➂. The inverted input is indicated by
the lighting of a dot at the bottom right of the display.
2.1. Multiple Application function
This function is a way of associating an input to a group with different types
of commands. Up to 6 different controls types (links) can thus be
configured for an input.
● During the link recording phase, (step 4 above), press for 2 s on the "OK" key
➞ the input number will not be incremented.
● Select another type of command and the associated outputs.
● Press for more than 2 s on the "OK" key to configure another type
of command or press briefly on "OK" to validate all the links to the input.
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Selection of priority, time delay and Scenarios of ambiences controls
2.2. Selection of priority, time delay and Scenarios of ambiences
controls
These commands are accessible by pressing for some time (>3 s.) on the
keys 5-1 or 5-2 . A letter will appear on the display 12 indicating the selected
command :
4
1/10 V
STOP
5
5-1
5-2
Priority
: Priority setting
Time delay
12
: time delay
Ambient
12
>3s
: ambienceS
Off
Down
Eco
2
-
On
Up
Comfort
+
-
2
12
2
-
+
12
+
-
2
12
+
-
2
+
>3s
Priority setting control
This command sets an output to a determined state and maintains this state
until the setting is cancelled.
On cancelling the setting, the output state can be maintained (hold mode)
or inverted (inversion mode).
It must be associated with a switch type input (i.e Not push-button).
Control selection
● Press for more than 3 s. on the key 5-1 or 5-2 :
- 5-1 for on, up or comfort priority type commands,
- 5-2 for off, down or eco priority type commands.
➞ The letter "P" appears on display 12 indicating that the priority setting
command is selected.
● Confirm by "OK" to validate.
Selection of setting end mode
➞ After validating the priority setting command, the inversion mode appears
on display 12 .
- "
" for on, up and comfort (key 5-1 ),
- "
" for off, down and eco (key 5-2 ).
● Press "+" to select the hold mode :
- "
" for on, up and comfort (key 5-1 ),
- "
" for off, down and eco (key 5-2 ).
● Record the link by "OK".
Priority setting control
12
4
2
-
+
1/10 V
STOP
5
Inversion mode 7
12
12
OK
OK
An input
configured for
priority setting
is displayed by
the appearance
of two dots at
the bottom left
of the display.
7
2
-
+
2
-
+
Hold mode
7
12
OK
2
-
+
12
Inversion mode 7
12
2
-
+
12
OK
OK
7
2
-
+
2
-
+
Recording of link
subsequent to
programming
Hold mode
12
OK
7
2
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-
+
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Time delay control
Time delay control
This command is used for the operation of an output for a period adjustable
from 1 s. to 12 h. Two types of operation are available :
- delayed on and comfort,
- delayed off, down and eco.
The time is set in hours, minutes and seconds.
At the end of the time delay, the output state is inverted.
4
1/10 V
STOP
5
delayed
off
delayed
down
delayed
eco
Control selection
● Press the key 5-1 or 5-2 for more than 3 s :
- 5-1 for delayed on, up or comfort type commands,
- 5-2 for delayed off, down or eco commands.
➞ The letter "P" appears on display 12 .
● Press "+".
➞ The letter "t" appears on display 12 and the time-out command is selected.
● Confirm by "OK" to validate.
12
12
OK
delayed
on
delayed
comfort
-
2
+
OK
7
2
-
+
7
Time delay adjustment
● Adjust the hours, minutes and seconds using the " + " and " - " keys.
● Record the link by "OK".
Selection
of hours
12
Selection
of minutes
12
7
-
+
12
7
OK
2
Selection
of seconds
7
OK
2
-
+
OK
2
-
+
Adjust the hours, minutes and seconds
12
12
2
-
+
An input
configured as
a timer delay
is indicated by
the appearance
of a dot at the
bottom middle
of the display.
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2
-
+
recording of
link subsequent
to programming
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Scenario of Ambient control
Scenario of Ambient control
This command controls a group of lamps with a different preset illumination
level for each of them. It is a way of creating different light ambience
conditions in the same place. For a given group of lamps, up to 3 different
ambience conditions can be defined.
Example :
PB1
ambiance 1 (meeting)
lamp 1
lamp 2
lamp 3
lamp 4
50 %
75 %
50 %
25 %
PB2
ambiance 2 (reception) 100 %
25 %
30 %
100 %
PB3
ambiance 3 (projection) 10 %
40 %
10 %
0%
4
1/10 V
STOP
5
12
This command is available for variable type outputs (TS 210 or TS 211).
Each output configured in an environment will be capable of measuring
3 different variation levels.Before programming a scenario of ambient,
it is necessary to set a local individual control of dimming for each lamp
concerned by the scenario.
Control selection
● Press the key 5-1 for more than 3 s :
➞ the letter "P" appears on display 12 .
● Press twice on "+"
➞ the letter "S" appears on display 12 and the ambient control is selected.
● Confirm by "OK" to validate.
Choice of environment
● Choose one of the three possible environments for the selected group of
lamps (figure 1, 2 or 3 on the display 12 ) using the " + " and " - " keys.
● Confirm by "OK" to validate.
● Record the link by "OK".
Adjustment of lamp's levels
The adjustment of the lighting level of each of the lamps is performed after
recording the links. It calls for an individual variation command for each
of the lamps in the group (see p 64 § 4 “Adjust the lighting levels for the
ambience control scene”).
3. Loading the configuration in the "Auto" mode.
When the configuration has been set and verified, it is time to load it to the
input and output modules of Tebis TS.
● Loading
- Set the selector ➀ on the TS 100 configuration unit to the "auto" mode.
- Loading " " lamp ➈ will flash.
- The configuration unit will load all the data in the relevant units.
- The process may last from a few minutes to half hour, depending on the
- size of the installation.
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-
2
12
+
-
2
+
-
2
+
scenario 1
scenario 2
scenario 3
12
12
12
-
2
7
+
-
2
7
OK
12
2
12
+
-
2
7
OK
+
OK
12
-
+
2
-
+
recording of
link subsequent
to programming
An input configured for
ambience is indicated
by the appearance of a
dot at the bottom left
of the display.
Loading the configuration in the "Auto" mode
1
9
auto
prog.
0...9...
As soon as the switch is set to ”auto”, loading is indicated by flashing
lamp ” ”. When the lamp ceases to flash, the installation is ready for
operation.
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Modifications, Operation
After any action on the configurator, reset the switch to "Auto" mode in
order to reload the modifications.
If the display 12 indicates "---" when the selector ➀ is turned to the " ",
"prog." or "0...9..." mode, TS 100 will be locked. See p 66 § 5 "Locking".
1. Display of links in the " " mode
This step is used to verify all the links configured between inputs and
outputs.
- Set selector ➀ of the TS 100 configuration unit to the " " position.
● Displaying by inputs ( mode)
Scroll the inputs numbers with the help of keys ➁ "+" and "-".
Lamps will light up to display the following :
- type of control and field of application on the configuration unit,
- relevant outputs on the outputs modules.
● Displaying by outputs ( mode)
- Press the push-button of the relevant output and see the input number
and type of control allocated to that output on the configuration unit.
- Press the output push-button repeatedly to see if the output is also
controlled by any other input.
2. Modification of links in "Prog." mode
Display of links in the " " mode
1
4
12
14
1/10 V
auto
STOP
prog.
0...9...
-
2
+
5
by the inputs
1
14
4
12
1/10 V
auto
STOP
prog.
0...9...
by the outputs
5
Modification of links in "Prog." mode
● Display the corresponding input number using the keys ➁ "+" and "-".
● Change the type of command or select other outputs and confirm by "OK".
● Download the modifications by setting the selector to the "auto" position.
14
1
12
7
auto
OK
prog.
0...9...
2
-
+
4
1/10 V
STOP
5
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Erasing a link
3. Erasing
● Erasing a link ("0..9.." / "prog" modes)
Reason :
- a control has been pressed by mistake during the numberin stage,
- you want to cancel an unwanted number,
- you want to replace an input module (without changing the configuration
card).
Procedure :
- select the number with the help of keys ➁ ”+” and ”-”,
- press key "CL" ➇ nd confirm with "OK" ➆,
- do not forget to load the modifications.
1
12
8
7
CL
OK
auto
prog.
0...9...
2
-
+
- The configuration link associated with the number will be deleted as well,
- any new numbering operation will give priority to the number which has
been freed by the deletion.
● Erasing the configuration ("0..9.." mode)
Reason :
- offers a quick way to erase the entire configuration and all the numbers,
- testing before final configuration, for temporary operations.
Procedure :
- press the flush "reset" button ➉. All the numbers will be erased !
- do not forget to load the modifications.
- After this operation, all the inputs will need to be numbered once again
and the whole installation will have to be configured.
This procedure will not enable you to remove a unit and reuse it in another
installation. See p 68 § "Uninstallation".
4. Adjust the lighting levels for the ambience control scene
● Press the push-button controlling the ambience to be set.
● Set the lighting level of the lamp to the level desired using the local
command for each of the lamps.
● Press at length (> 3 s.) on the push-button of the controller which operates
the lamp.
➞ The LED associated with the output will flash then go out.
The value will be memorized.
● Repeat these operations for all the lamps forming part of the group.
Note : three lighting levels can be adjusted per output.
Adjust the lighting levels for the ambience control scene
1
12
auto
prog.
0...9...
selection of
the scenario
of ambient
12
15
adjustment
of the
lighting level
15
memorization
of the level
TS 211
599211 6
auto
1/10 V
1
2
3
> 3 s.
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Activation of locking
5. Locking
1
1
auto
To prevent any inadvertent or undesirable action, the keyboard of TS 100 can
be locked thus preventing access to the " " display programs, "prog."
programming and numbering "0...9...". The installation will nevertheless
continue to be functional.
auto
prog.
prog.
0...9...
12
0...9...
12
12
7
OK
3
Activation of locking
● Set selector ➀ of TS 100 to any position other than the "auto" position,
for instance "prog".
● Using a tool, press the edge inversion key ➂.
● While holding the key down, push the switch over to the "auto" position.
➞ The indication "on" appears on display 12 .
● Confirm by pressing the key "OK".
➞ TS 100 is locked. The programming and numbering display functions
are no longer accessible.
➞ Changing the switch to a position other than "auto" will cause three
segments of the display to flash.
-
2
+
-
2
+
-
2
+
1
auto
prog.
0...9...
12
-
2
+
Action on a locked TS 100
A set code used as a password is a way of working on the TS 100
configurator when locked.
● Set selector ➀ of TS 100 to a position other than "auto", e.g. "prog".
● Enter code 388 with the "+" and "-" keys.
● Validate with the key "OK". The " ", "prog." and "0...9..." functions will
be accessible again.
➞ Changing the selector to the "auto" position will return TS 100 to the
locked mode.
Action on a locked TS100
Unlocking
TS 100 is unlocked as follows :
● enter the password as indicated above,
● validate with the key "OK",
● use a tool to press the edge inversion key ➂,
● while holding the key down, set selector ➀ to the "auto" position
➞ the indication "off" appears on display 12 ,
● validate with the key "OK".
The TS100 configurator will be unlocked.
Unlocking
1
1
auto
auto
prog.
0...9...
12
prog.
0...9...
12
OK
-
2
+
-
2
selection of
password
1
1
1
auto
auto
12
+
prog.
0...9...
prog.
0...9...
12
1
auto
auto
prog.
0...9...
12
OK
prog.
0...9...
12
OK
3
2
-
+
2
-
+
2
-
+
2
-
+
selection of
password
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Uninstallation
Diagnostic aid if...
Uninstalling a single product
... a product cannot be configured:
● test the product in the " " mode and check that the outputs switch
correctly when the front panel push-buttons are pressed,
● check for the presence of the 230 V~ and Bus power supplies, (Polarity
and bus system voltage),
● check the cabling of the product,
● check that all the products are in the "auto" mode,
● cut off the Bus supply ; wait 10 s, then reenergize the bus voltage,
● do a single uninstallation of the affected product and re-programme it,
● lastly, reset the entire installation to the works mode.
Caution : a Tébis TS system product configured the first time with TS 100
can no longer be used in any other installation configured with another
TS 100.
In order to be able to reuse it in another installation, any product that is
already configured must be returned to its original "works" mode condition,
as it was when it left the works.
Reason :
- in the event of an installation product being replaced
- in the event of failure of the entire installation on return to the works mode.
Procedure :
● check that selector ➀ of TS 100 is on "auto",
● designate the product to be uninstalled as follows :
➨ check that the product selector is in "auto",
➨ press the product addressing button. The addressing LED will light up.
➨ if the product does not have an addressing button, simultaneously press
on the front panel push-buttons of the products. The output LEDs will
come on.
● Set the TS 100 configurator selector to the " " display position,
● simultaneously press on the keys "+" and "-",
● while holding these two buttons down, set the selector to the "auto"
position.
The LED flashes to indicate that the product reinitialization is underway.
This procedure is only possible for one product at a time.
... indicator lamp 11 flashes :
Visible on the installation
The installation no longer reacts or product uninstallation is not possible.
Possible cause(s)
What to do…
- the Bus is absent on TS 100
- check the cabling of the product
(230 V~ and bus system voltage)
Visible on the installation
The default LED flashes each time you go to "Auto" mode and some of the
programmed functions are missing.
Possible cause(s)
What to do…
- The maximal number of links
- Modify the programming of
managed by the TS 100 or by
the installation and see page 62
the product has been exceeded
Uninstalling the entire installation
Reason :
- to reinitialize any installation before installing a new configuration,
- in the event of a change in TS 100.
Caution : this action will totally erase the configuration in TS 100 and in the
various modules of an installation (link erasure).
Procedure :
● set the TS 100 selector to any position other than "auto",
● while holding the "reset" key down, set selector ➀ to the "auto" position.
The LED will flash indicating that the reinitialization of the system
is underway.
➞ Once the LED is off, all of the installation products will be returned to the
"works" mode. Any prior installation configuration will be erased.
If the "err" message appears, the procedure for return of the installation
to the works mode will not have been effective. Carry out return to works
mode for each of the products.
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