Eikon Evo
21512.1
Touch screen colour Full Flat - 3 modules.
Device with a touch screen to be used in the By-me automation system for controlling
lights, roller shutters, air-conditioning, scenarios and speaker system. In addition, if the
system is also fitted with the load control, the device enables viewing the state of the
loads themselves. It does not handle the intrusion detection system.
• SETTING DATE AND TIME
By touching the
icon it is possible to set the time and date to be displayed. Using the
and
icons set the blinking value to bring it to the desired
time and the day, month and year and finally confirm by touching the icon
.
• With
and
ness" of the colour.
•SETTING BACKLIGHTING AND CONTRAST OF THE DISPLAY
of the colour.
On touching the
icon the display shows the screen that enables setting the
acklighting and the contrast of the display.
• Tapping
The setting is made by keeping your finger on the
desired level and then it is confirmed with
.
and
icons to reach the
• With
and
on Saturation you set the percentage of "vividon Brightness you set the percentage of "contrast"
confirms the settings you have made.
• Tapping the
Show settings.
icon opens the screen where you make the Fading-
•SETTING THE AUDIBLE WARNING
With the
icon our
icon it is possible to enable or disable the audible
warning (beep) that accompanies touching the icons displayed on the touch screen.
•SETTING TEMPERATURE UNIT
With the
icon our
icon in correspondence of the wording of tem-
perature unit, you select the units in which temperature is displayed.
• CONTROL MANAGEMENT
From the main menu, by touching the
icon, you access the screen that
enables viewing and controlling the devices configured in the rooms controlled by the
touch screen. For example:
WARNING - Operation of the icons of activation of
the scenarios:
• Short press: Activate the scenario.
• Long press (5 seconds): storage scenario (are stored and overwritten states of the groups involved
in the scenario being created).
The function of Fading-Show allows to set a cyclical sequence of colors (up to
a maximum of 6) for color changes and the play of light in the environments
where the lamps are installed RGB.
• With
and
on Persistance you set the time during which each
of the colors remains fixed.
• With
and
on Transition you set the time that elapses betwe-
en the passage of a gradual color to the next.
• Tapping
confirms the settings you have made.
• Tapping the
icon associated with each of the colors that make up the
sequence is going to change the color characteristics of that color; in fact
will see the following screen:
Managing RGB lamps
The video touch screen enables managing switching on/off, adjusting/changing the
hue, saturation, and brightnessof the RGB lamps and it will also be possible to activate
the Fading-Show application configured on the controller by your installer.
Depending on the operating mode, the adjustment icon will be displayed as follows:
- Lamp ON.
In this case the degree of illumination is constant (no
adjustment) and the colour is fixed.
- Lamp OFF.
As above but with the lamp off.
- Lamp under adjustment.
In this case the degree of illumination is adjustable (level
displayedby the scroll bar) and the colour is fixed.
• With
and
you set the tone of color that will match the position
of the cursor to the position desired color.
• With
and
you set Saturation and Brightness.
• Tapping
confirms the settings you have made.
• Tapping
you remove the color selected by the sequence of Fading-
Show and the screen will become as follows:
- Lamp ON in Fading-Show mode.
In this case the lamp is on and it provides the lighting
sequence configured on the controller.
Tapping the icon
opens the screen where you make the colour settings.
• Tapping
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confirms the settings you have made.
icon to activate the sequence Fading-Show just set.
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When the sequence is active and you fall into the menu Fading-Show, the
screen becomes the following:
• OTHER TYPES OF ADJUSTMENTS
The touchscreen lets you make other types of proportional adjustments that
are not necessarily related to the lighting; a viewing example can be as follows:
On in the
adjustment phase
Adjustment OFF
• Tapping the
Viewing only
icon will stop the sequence of Faing-Show set.
Example for setting the Fading-Show with 4 colors.
- With the
icon set the desired 4 colors; with
If the actuator is OFF, the display will show:
remove the 2
colors that you want to include in the sequence.
- With
ON normal
and
.
If there is a fault on the output that you are adjusting, the associated control
will display a specific warning instead of the adjustment value:
set the Persistance and Transition (for example,
2 min and 15 s respectively).
- Tapping
confirms the settings you have made.
- Tapping
to activate the sequence Fading-Show just set.
In the case considered the color remains fixed for 2 minutes then if will start to
change up to the next color within 15 seconds.
Dimmer feature when it is combined with the "Brightness Sensor"
If the system is fitted with a brightness sensor combined with art. 01467, you
can keep the brightness in a room automatically constant according to the
value read by the sensor and a brightness setpoint that is set automatically
with each adjustment on the dimmer.
If the system includes the device with 3 analogue inputs 01467 which is
connected to a dedicated sensor, the room control screens may display one
or more instantaneous values of different variables measured by the sensor.
The variables that can be viewed, which can be brightness, wind speed,
barometric pressure, relative humidity, air quality, air flow, voltage, electric
current, power, amount of rainfall and temperature, are shown as follows:
The function of keeping the brightness constant can be switched on/off at any
time by tapping
; in this case the controls become the same as for any
other dimmered lighting point.
This function then allows obtaining energy savings as natural light is used, as
long as possible, instead of artificial light for lighting the room.
On the touchscreen, the dimmer combined with the brightness sensor can be
added to any room screen and the view is similar to the following:
If the displayed variable is relative humidity and when envisaged by the
system, you can set a setpoint on exceeding which a special alarm will be
displayed, and activated when needed.
On the previous screen, notice that the ON/OFF output status indicator
linked to it may be absent if the humidity control is disabled on the setpoint
adjustment screen.
Tapping
displays the screen for setpoint adjustment (minimum value
20% - maximum value 80%) and for switching the output control on/off:
• THERMOSTAT AND TEMPERATURE PROBE
In the touchscreen, at the graphical user interface level, the thermostat and the
temperature probe behave in a similar way; it will then display:
• Current temperature.
• Temperature measured by the external sensor connected to the thermostat
input (if fitted).
• Relative humidity, measured by the electronic humidity sensor (if fitted).
•CLIMATE CONTROLLER
• Speed of fan coil
If there is one or more climate controllers in the system and the installer has
configured their command/control in the touch screen, the device will display
the following operating options:
(if fitted).
• Current setpoint.
• Output status (on, off and, when present, with boost)
.
• Alarm symbol of an external probe used as a screed alarm in an underfloor
system
.
With the touchscreen you can set:
• Seasonal mode SUMMER – NEUTRAL ZONE – WINTER.
• Operating mode.
• Temperature setpoint.
• Fan coil speed (1-2-3 AUTO or setting on a proportional value, in steps of
10%, between 0 and 100% or AUTO)
.
- Fixed mode (with the possible setpoint control).
- Modulating mode.
If there is a malfunction of the system, or damage to the probes connected to the
climate controller, the touch screen will display the icon
.
Note: The presence or absence of external and auxiliary probes depends on their
actual installation according to the needs and type of temperature control system.
•LOAD CONTROL
Keeping
pressed a long time enables passing on to the screen for saving
the active broadcaster to one of the 8 stations that can be saved; on this screen,
touch one of the 8 buttons to save the active broadcaster to the corresponding
memory and then automatically return to the previous screen.
When combined with the speaker system, the touchscreen can also function
as an alarm clock. The alarm clock control/setting screen is the following:
Using the touch screen you can see at any time the instantaneous power consumed
by the plant; in addition, if the same system is also monitoring a manufacturing plant,
you will see the instantaneous power produced in the system.
• LOGIC UNIT
The
icon is displayed in the main menu when the system contains one or
more logic units in which there are programs whose timing you can change.
Whenever the main screen is accessed, the touchscreen displays the following
information:
• number of programs;
• name of each program;
• number of timings for each program;
• type of each timing.
For each program you can:
• view the status (
or
icons);
• view and if necessary the timing (a program can have more than one weekly/
periodic/cyclic type of timing).
Tap the icon associated with the desired logic unit to access the screen displaying
the list of programs it contains. The symbol to the left of the name indicates whether
the program is paused (present) or playing (absent).
•SPEAKER SYSTEM
If a screen of the touchscreen includes an audio zone of the speaker system, the
screen displayed will be similar to the following one:
Touching
displays the screen for setting the alarm clock; via this
screen you can enable/disable the alarm clock (icon
), set the time (icon
) and select whether the alarm clock will activate a scenario (icon
)
or simply switch on the audio zone (icon
).
Alarm clock operation.
When the time of day coincides with the time set on the alarm clock, the touchscreen switches on to display the relevant screen and the system activates
the selected audio zone or scenario.
The Snooze function is available whenever the alarm clock is activated and it
can only be used until the following intervention of the screensaver; in this case,
touching the touchscreen at any point temporarily deactivates the audio zone
associated with the alarm clock (even if the scenario output is selected) and will
be reactivated after 8 minutes (this applies to each activation of the “Snooze”
function).
If the “Snooze” function is not used, the alarm clock will not reactivate the
audio zone (which can be switched off with the normal By-me controls, with
the touchscreen or with a scenario) but remains set to activate on the following
day at the same time.
■ CONTROL FOR iPOD, iPHONE AND AUXILIARY SOURCES
If the sound system includes a Docking Station, by using the touch screen you
can control:
- Apple devices (iPod/iPhone);
- auxiliary stereo sources.
Auxiliary stereo sources are connected to the Docking Station with the jack
on its base; this input takes priority over any Apple device connected to the
Docking Station and therefore the iPod/iPhone can only be controlled when
there is no auxiliary source.
When the Apple device is connected, the zone page displays the button to
access Docking Station control (button, next to the icon representing the device) thus providing access to the Playback menu.
• PLAYBACK MENU
The Playback menu is displayed in two separate forms depending on whether
the device is enabled for remote control.
Playback menu with remote control enabled
In this case, on touching the Details button on the zone page, the touch screen will display the Playback menu that provides information on the operating
status of the Apple device and its control.
In this case it is possible to control switching the zone on/off and adjusting the
volume. Touching
enables changing the channel for listening to the speaker
system (changing the source).
The
icon indicates the type of source you are listening to and touching it
takes you to the control screen of the active source.
The FM radio control screen for the speaker system is the following:
The three above screens illustrate respectively:
- the playback status of a track;
- the pause status in which the properties of the track being played are always
visible;
- the stop playback status of the track.
With the playback menu it is therefore possible to:
The
and
icons enable setting the method of selecting the station
to listen to; by touching
it is possible to
search for the
next or previous station that the radio is able to receive.
By touching
it is possible to use
to select the previous or
next station saved on the radio (up to 8 different stations can be saved).
• select track play/pause (icons
and
);
• shift playback to the previous track or the next one (icons
• access the device navigation menu (icon
and
);
• exit the Playback menu and view the zone menu (icon
).
);
Playback menu with remote control disabled
When the remote control is not enabled, the Playback menu displayed on the
touch screen will no longer show:
- the words identifying the Artist, Album and Track;
- the Shuffle and Repeat options;
- access to the device navigation menu.
With the remote control disabled, it is possible to control only the play/pause status of the track now playing and to control the skip forward and back.
• NAVIGATION MENU
The navigation menu, accessible by touching the icon
of the Playback
menu, enables browsing the database of the device connected to the Docking
Station and editing the playlist currently being used.
The navigation menu screens are generally composed of:
• up to four words corresponding to Playlist, Artist, Album and Track;
• four navigation buttons (icons
,
,
• one button to exit the navigation menu (icon
• the
and
);
);
key that allows you to actually run the current selection.
Browsing through the database enables selecting the category of Playlist or Artist
on the following screens:
The current category is highlighted and, depending on the one selected, the only
icons selected will be the ones for making the correlated moves.
For example: on “Playlist” touch the
icon to enter “Artist”, then touching
displays the list of artists saved on the iPod/iPhone.
Access from Playlist category
Browsing through this category enables selecting one of the playlists saved on
the iPod/iPhone and selecting the track in the playlist from where to start playing.
When accessing the Playlist category (left screen), the corresponding field will
show the wording of the first item in this category saved on the Apple device.
The dotted line indicates the possibility of continuing to browse within the Tracks
category; the confirmation button is enabled (icon
) to start playing the selected
playlist, automatically returning to the playback menu.
On the screen with the Playlist category browsable, the button has different
graphics and enables returning to the category selection screen (Playlist, Artist).
The
button is always active and enables returning to the playback menu
without changing the current track playback status.
Access from Artist category
Browsing through this category enables selecting one of the artists saved on the
iPod/iPhone and then selecting the album and the track (of the selected artist)
from where to start playing.
When accessing the Artist category (left screen), the corresponding field will show
the wording of the first item in this category saved on the Apple device.
The dotted line indicates the possibility of continuing to browse within the Album
and Tracks categories; the confirmation button is enabled (icon
) to start playing the active selection, automatically returning to the playback menu.
It is then possible to play all the content relating to a specific artist, to a specific album
and lastly it is possible to choose the track with which to begin playing the album.
On the screen with the Artist category browsable, the
button has different
graphics and enables returning to the category selection screen (Playlist, Artist).
The
button is always active and enables returning to the playback menu
without changing the current track playback status.
■ CONTROL FOR RCA TRANSMITTER WITH IR INTERFACE
When a transmitter is configured together with an IR interface on an audio zone,
it is possible to control the sound source connected to the transmitter by means
of its RCA input. The screen relating to this zone will show the icon for accessing
the Details page associated with the transmitter.
The screen for controlling the RCA transmitter associated with the IR interface is
the following:
On this screen it is possible to:
• select the play/pause/stop status of the source playback (icons
,
and
);
• shift playback to the track or to the previous or next one saved (icons
and
);
• cyclically vary the internal source of the controlled device (icon
).
For these controls to be usable it is necessary for the installer, in the programming
phase, to have appropriately configured them within the IR interface.
From the above screen it is always possible to return to the zone menu by touching
.
• INFORMATION
From the main menu of the touch screen on touching then
icon, the
screen is displayed with the software release and the main characteristics of the
touch screen.
IMPORTANT
LED Life Time: 20.000 hours (at 25 °C)
The LED life time define as the estimated time to 50% degradation of initial
luminous.