Time, staircase lighting, twilight switches and

Time, staircase lighting, twilight switches and
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Time, staircase lighting,
twilight switches and thermostats
Solutions for comfort, energy saving
and simple automations
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To control the activation of
electrical loads in an installation,
and consequently, improve their
use and ensuring energy-efficient
management, ABB offers a wide
range of switches to control the
electric utilities as needed to suit
the requirements of a vast variety
of applications.
Continual investments in research and development have made ABB
a reference point as manufacturer of ground-breaking products that
fully reflect the installation requirements of even the most demanding
customers.
ABB’s target is to supply the market with products that are pioneering
as to design, energy efficiency, safety, functionality and environmental
impact. High performance, the utmost reliability over time, silent
operation and a compact design are amongst the principal characteristics
featured by the AT electro-mechanical time switches, D Line and D 365
digital time switches, T Line twilight switches and TWA astronomical
twilight switches, E 232 staircase lighting switches and THS modular
thermostats.
ABB’s System pro M compact® load management devices are thus the
ideal solution for every requirement in the residential, services-providing
and industrial sectors.
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Table of contents
004 – 055
The products
– AT electro-mechanical time switches
– ATP electro-mechanical
time switches for panel mounting
– D Line digital time switches
– E 232 staircase lighting time-delay
switches with switch-off warning
– T Line twilight switches and
TWA astronomical twilight switches
– THS modular thermostats
046 – 059Guides to installation
– in residential buildings
– in commercial buildings
– in industrial buildings
– in the agrifood sector
060 – 061
Order codes
062 – 067Wiring diagrams
and overall dimensions
068Frequently asked questions
069Glossary
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AT electro-mechanical
time switches
AT electro-mechanical time switches are especially needed in systems
where the loads are operated with quite long intervals between ON
and OFF, e.g. 15-30 minutes for the daily versions and 2 hours for the
weekly ones.
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01 AT electromechanical time switch
AT1e
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02 AT electromechanical time switch
AT2
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03 AT electromechanical time switch
AT2e-R
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04 AT electromechanical time switch
AT72e
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Analogue electro-mechanical time switches
control circuit opening and closing, according
to a daily or weekly time program. They are available in 1 (daily) or 2 (daily and weekly) modules.
They can be operated according to a user-defined
program or they can be set to a permanent ON or
permanent OFF (only 2 modules devices) function.
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03
The -R type are equipped with an internal battery,
which enables them to maintain the programmed
schedule in case of temporary power supply
failures.
These switches are suitable for installation in
residential and commencial buildings to control
the lighting systems of shops, fountains and
public gardens, schools or offices, heating and
irrigation systems.
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AT E L E C T R O - M E C H A N I C A L T I M E S W I TC H E S
Main features
Compact solution: DIN-Rail version with 15 minutes minimum switching time in only 2 modules is
the perfect solution to save space in your cabinet!
Safe and effective: DIN-Rail version in 2 modules
offer the possibility to force in OFF the contact
status of the loads during maintenance not losing
the programming schedule.
Easy programming: In the DIN-Rail version in
2 modules, day and night can be easily identified
thanks to the white and black colours on the
frontal dial. Easy wiring thanks to the wiring
diagrams printed on product case: no fear to
lose the leaflet!
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Other features of the range
• Daily and weekly versions (with and without
running reserve) in a simple and compact
design
• Minimum switching time:
-- 15’ for AT1, AT1-R, AT2e and AT2e-R
(daily versions)
-- 30’ for AT2 and AT2-R (daily versions)
-- 210’ for AT2-7R (weekly version)
-- 105’ for AT2e-7R (weekly version)
• 150 hours running reserve for AT2 and
AT2e ranges and 100 hours for AT1 family
Reliable: R version equipped with a built-in battery, to keep the time switch synchronized and
running even in case of a blackout or power down
Completeness of range: Available in daily and
weekly version, with or without power reserve.
How many modules do you need?
1 module is the right choice when you need to
save space on the DIN rail, but the switching dial
is not fully readable.
2 modules are ideal for a fully readable dial and
thus an easier programming.
When you must to use the running reserve?
Always! The running reserve keeps the time
switch synchronized even during blackouts.
Time switch without running reserve is more
economical, but it needs to be programmed
again after a power failure. It is only suitable
when the installation has an UPS.
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AT electro-mechanical time switches
Technical specifications
AT1e
Rated voltage
V
Contact type
AT2-7R
AT2e
AT2e-R
AT2e-7R
1NO/NC
1NO/NC
1NO/NC
1NO/NC
1NO/NC
1NO/NC
A
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
A
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
45-60
45-60
50-60
50-60
50-60
50-60
50-60
50-60
quartz
quartz
quartz
quartz
quartz
quartz
quartz
quartz
15
15
30
30
210
15
15
105
96
96
48
48
48
96
96
96
-
100
-
150
150
-
150
150
Hz
Time base
min
Number of tappets
Running reserve
AT2-R
1NO
Inductive load
Setting step (tappet)
AT2
1NO
Contact capacity:
resistive load
Rated frequency
AT1e-R
230 AC ± 10% 230 AC ± 10% 230 AC ± 10% 230 AC ± 10% 230 AC ± 10% 230 AC ± 10% 230 AC ± 10% 230 AC ± 10%
h
Power consumption
VA
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
Max switching power
W
3500
3500
3500
3500
3500
3500
3500
3500
Max terminal size
for cable
mm²
Tightening torque
Nm
Terminals
Mounting
4
4
2.5
2.5
2.5
4
4
4
0.8
0.8
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
with
captive
screws
with
captive
screws
with
captive
screws
with
captive
screws
with
captive
screws
with
captive
screws
with
captive
screws
with
captive
screws
on DIN rail
on DIN rail
on DIN rail
on DIN rail
on DIN rail
on DIN rail
on DIN rail
on DIN rail
Operating temperature
°C
-10...+50
-10...+50
-10...+50
-10...+50
-10...+50
-10...+50
-10...+50
-10...+50
Storage temperature
°C
-10...+50
-10...+50
-10...+50
-10...+50
-10...+50
-10...+50
-10...+50
-10...+50
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
Modules
Reference Standards
EN 60730-1; EN 60730-1; EN 60730-1; EN 60730-1; EN 60730-1; EN 60730-1; EN 60730-1; EN 60730-1;
EN 60730-2-7 EN 60730-2-7 EN 60730-2-7 EN 60730-2-7 EN 60730-2-7 EN 60730-2-7 EN 60730-2-7 EN 60730-2-7
How to program AT1e - AT1e-R
Hour indicator
OPERATION MODE
POWER INDICADOR LAMP
Sealing hole
Switching dial
Setting:
Minimum ON/OFF setting
Daily: 15 minutes
Time setting
Manual override
= Timed
= Manual fixed ON
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How to program AT2 - AT2-R - AT2-7R and AT2e AT2e-R AT2e-7R
Time setting
0’
45’
Programming
1==ON
ON
0 = OFF
1 = ON
1°
20
0
2
9
81
3 4
OFF
21
22 23 24
1
ON
0 = OFF
Manual mode
2°
3°
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Operating principle
The AT electro-mechanical time switches enable
to control the circuit opening/closing according
to a daily or weekly program or to manually set
permanent ON/OFF operation.
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01 Operating principle
of AT electro-mechanical
time switches
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02 Installation example
of AT electro-mechanical
time switches
O1
AUXILIARIES
L1
N
S1
Application environments
The AT electro-mechanical time switches are particularly indicated in any environment and situation where it is necessary to program system load
operation according to a daily or weekly frequency (shop lighting system, public buildings,
heating systems, irrigation systems, etc.).
AT2e-7R
Installation example
As shown in the below picture possible applications to use the AT2e-7R electro-mechanical time
switch are as a confortable and reliable solution
to control lighting, heating or ventilation systems
in commercial and residential applications.
In the diagram on the right hand side a specific
application for heating and ventilation application is showed.
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01
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02
L1
1
O1
AT2e-7R
E211-16-10
S1
5
AUXILIARIES
AT2e-7R
EV
N
HVAC
16 °C
16 °C
20 °C
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AT72e electro-mechanical time
switches for panel mounting
AT72e electro-mechanical time switches are especially needed in
systems where a DIN rail installation is not available or convenient.
Thanks to the accessibility of the dial on the front, AT72e time
switches ensure precise programming for a maximum of safety
and reliability.
The electro-mechanical time switches are available in a daily and weekly versions. They are also
equipped with an auxiliary ON-OFF switch to
force contact position during installation and
maintenance.
The -R type version is equipped with an internal
battery, so the individual programmed schedule
is followed even in case of lengthy power outages. These switches are a flexible and comfortable solution to control pumps, motors, machinery, lighting and watering circuits. Furthermore,
both wall and panel mounting is possible.
When you must to use the running reserve?
Always! The running reserve keeps the time
switch synchronized even during blackouts.
Time switch without running reserve is more
economical, but it needs to be programmed
again after a power failure. It is only suitable
when the installation has an UPS.
AT 7 2 E E L E C T R O - M E C H A N I C A L T I M E S W I TC H E S F O R PA N E L M O U N T I N G
Main features
• DIN rail, flush, wall or panel mount
• Accurate and readable indication of the time
• Removable base with plug-in terminals for
quick and easy replacement
• RoHS compliant
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Technical specifications
AT72e, AT72e-R, AT72e-7R
Rated voltage
V
230 AC ± 10%
Contact type
1NO/NC
Switching capacity
- ohmic loads
- inductive loads
Other features of the range
• Overall dimensions of 72x72 mm
• Daily and weekly versions with and without
reserve (72 hours of running reserve)
• Minimum switching time:
-- 15’ for AT72e, ATP-R (daily versions)
-- 120’ for ATP-7R (weekly version)
A
A
Rated frequency
16
2
Hz
50-60
Time base
quartz
Setting step (tappet)
min
15 (daily), 120 (weekly)
Number of tappets
96 (daily), 84 (weekly)
Power reserve
h
72
Power loss
VA
0.9
Max commutable power
W
3500
Max cross-section
of terminal wire
mm²
Tightening torque
Nm
4
0.8
Installation type
wall/panel
Protection degree
IP30
Operating temperature
°C
Storage temperature
°C
-10...+50
-10...+50
EN 60730-1;
EN 60730-2-7
Standards
How to program AT72 - AT72-R - AT72-7R
22
24
22
23
5
8
4
23
1
2
3
0
10
6
6
7
6
24
I
9
11
1
12
12
9
2
16
13
0
17
14
10
6
11
9
12
I
18
19
15
13
12
20
21
14
21
15
7
16
8
17
18
9
19
20
5
4
3
Time setting
Locked
Programming of schedule
I
0
15
14
I
0
13
0
ON
12
OFF
11
10
ON O
FF
9
ON
Programming of schedule
Off
I
X
X
X
X
X
X
3
4
5
3
4
5
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Operating principle
The AT72e electro-mechanical time switches enable to control the circuit opening/closing according to a daily or weekly program or to manually set permanent ON/OFF operation.
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01 Operating principle
of AT electro-mechanical
time switches
for panel mounting
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02 Installation example
of AT electro-mechanical
time switches
for panel mounting
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AUXILIARIES
L1
N
S1
Application environments
As shown in the diagrams on the side and on
below picture, one of the possible applications
is to control light both in residential and commercial buildings or small industries.
Another application example as showed in the
picture is to use the AT72e-7R electro-mechanical
time switch to control the irrigation system of
gardens: the device can be indeed programmed
to enable the daily activation of the irrigation
pump at a pre-defined time.
AT72e-R
Installation example
The AT72 electro-mechanical time switches are
particularly suitable for any environment where a
programmed system load operation is necessary
according to a daily or weekly frequency (shop
lighting system, public buildings, heating systems,
irrigation systems, etc.
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01
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02
L1
3
O1
AT72e-R
E211-16-10
S1
4
AUXILIARIES
1
AT72e-R
2
N
External light
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D Line digital time switches
D Line is ABB’s range of digital time switches. An exclusive design,
featuring a backlit white LCD display, plus extremely easy use with two
lines of text menu and just four pushbuttons, make the D Line products
ideal for automating the functions of the installation.
Thanks to the pioneering way in which vacation
periods can be managed, the new D Line allows
you to override the normal weekly program for
one or more periods of the year or even through
different years.
The range includes versions with 1 and 2 channels,
equipped with large capacity internal batteries so
they are able to function during a blackout and an
EEPROM permanent data store, to ensure that the
scheduled program is followed and the date and
hour settings are maintained even during a power
failure.
The “PLUS” versions can copy one or more programs and transfer them to different devices by
means of a flash drive, without wasting time and
avoiding re-programming errors.
The “SYNCHRO” versions can be combined with
the D DCF antenna, allowing the circuit-breaker to
be automatically synchronized with the DCF77
Frankfurt timing signal, or with the D GPS
antenna, which synchronizes with the signal
received by the Global Positioning System and
provides a more precise solution than the
terrestrial transmissions. These versions are
required when one or more circuit-breakers need
to be kept synchronized, even when installed in
unattended areas.
D L I N E D I G I TA L T I M E S W I TC H E S
Operating principle
• Management of vacation periods, which can be
programmed at different times of the year
• Multilanguage menu, with a choice of 11 different languages
• Zero cross switching, for a longer lasting relay
and the actual load itself
• LCD display with high-level contrast, providing
optimum visibility in all conditions thanks to
timed backlighting
• 1 second minimum switching time
• Product warranty management: the internal
clock and battery activate when the time switch
is first installed
• Monitored maintenance for the connected
equipment: the count-down function transmits
an alert to the display after a preset number of
operating hours
Available accessories
• DCF77 antenna
• GPS antenna
• Programming key
• - Programming software and USB interface
Why are the new D Line time switches supplied
without a preset date and time?
Unlike the models already preset in the factory,
the D Line battery does not discharge as it maintains the settings during a long storage period.
This allows the customer to benefit from full battery life, as the battery begin to operate when the
keypad is pressed for the first time.
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Range specifications
• Vast choice of programs: standard, cyclic,
random and vacation
• Permanent or temporary override function,
activated with a single touch
• Programming via menus with 4 simple keys
• The status of each contact is clearly displayed
• Full graphic display of the switching sequence
established by the program for each of the
channels of the day in question
• Generously sized 34 mm LCD display
• External inputs for connecting one or more
remote controls, e.g.: circuit-breakers or pushbuttons
• 64 memory locations
• Accuracy of ±0.5 seconds/day
• Automatic summer/winter time switch-over
• 6 years running reserve (lithium battery)
• Sealable and loss-proof cover to prevent
unauthorised access
What does zero cross switching mean?
The device is able to monitor the network sinusoid
and to switch the load at the exact instant in which
the voltage is annulled. This allows extremely high
maximum loads to be obtained while ensuring
that both the relay and the load itself are longer
lasting.
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D Line digital time switches
The special functions of the new range
Standard program
The standard function allows one or more series of
opening and closing operations to be performed
so as to control loads such as the lighting and
heating systems in a school.
The ON time and the OFF time can differ in an
independent way in both channels (lighting ON
from MON to FRI from 08:00 hrs to 18:00 hrs and
heating ON from MON to FRI from 07:00 hrs to
10:00 hrs).
Lighting system in a school
In the example, the school’s lighting system is ON
from 08:00 hrs until 18:00 hrs.
STD
07 00
0800
0900
10 00
Cyclic program
The cyclic function allows a series of impulses or
a timing cycle to be performed so as to control
loads such as an illuminated sign or the school
bells. The ON time and the OFF time can vary
from 1 second to 23 hours, 59 minutes and
59 seconds.
Illuminated sign
In the example, the illuminated sign comes on at
19:00 hrs and generates a series of impulses lasting for 10 seconds ON and OFF, until 02:00 hrs in
the morning.
STD
11
00
16 00
17 00
18 00
19 00
Heating system in a school
In the example, the school’s heating system is on
from 07:00 hrs until 10:00 hrs.
18 00
19 00
2000
22 00
000
2 00
4 00
6 00
8 00
School bell
In the example, the school bell rings for 3 seconds
every 50 minutes, from 08:00 hrs until 13:00 hrs.
STD
07 00
0800
0900
10 00
11
00
14 00
15 00
16 00
17 00
800
13 00
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Vacation program
The vacation program allows the normal programs
to be halted for an established period. This is very
useful during the vacation period.
The vacation program can also manage periods
spanning different years, such as the period from
Christmas to Epiphany.
Heating system in an office
The example shows that the office heating system
was turned OFF from 16:00 hrs on 24 december
2009 for the Christmas holiday period and ON
again at 08:00 hrs on 6 January 2010 when the
office opened again.
Random program
The random program allows you to turn the utility
ON and OFF in the random mode, so as to simulate the presence of persons in unmanned places,
for example.
Villa
The example shows how the random program
simulates the presence of persons in a villa during
the evening hours.
1800
24
December
6
January
1900
2000
2200
000
200
400
600
8 00
000
16 00
8 00
000
16 00
8 00
000
16 00
8 00
000
16 00
8 00
000
16 00
8 00
000
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D Line digital time switches
Accessories for Plus and Synchro
D KEY
D KEY programming key for executing programs
recorded in the key, transferring programs from
the time switch to the key and vice versa, and for
reading the programs in the key.
1
3
5
7
6
12
18
0
L
1
24
3
5
7
6
12
18
0
C1 OFF
2 4 6 8
Save
24
RESET
N
5
7
6
12
18
0
1
24
2 4 6 8
RESET
N
Upload
3
5
7
6
12
18
L
24
2 4 6 8
2 4 6 8
Upload
RESET
N
1
3
5
7
6
12
18
0
RESET
N
18
24
P24
7
MENU
OK
2 4 6 8
L
24
1
MENU
2 4 6 8
Upload
RESET
N
3
5
7
6
12
18
0
L
24
C1 OF F
P24
1 2 3 4 5 6
OK
12
L
Upload
C1 OF F
7
6
1 2 3 4 5 6
OK
P24
1 2 3 4 5 6
MENU
7
0
7
MENU
Upload
C1 OF F
5
C1 OF F
1 2 3 4 5 6
OK
3
P24
7
MENU
0
L
C1 OF F
1 2 3 4 5 6
OK
3
P24
7
1
Save
1
C1 OF F
P24
1 2 3 4 5 6
MENU
L
D SW software
You can program the D Line digital time switches
from your PC thanks to D SW software, which
allows you to work through the programming
steps in a quick and simple way while comfortably
seated at your desk.
This is because the program can be transferred
to the programming key and then copied into
several devices without the risk of re-programming errors.
Once created, the program can be saved in a file
in the PDF format, ready to be printed and stored
inside the switchboard.
7
P24
1 2 3 4 5 6
OK
RESET
N
MENU
2 4 6 8
Upload
7
OK
RESET
N
The programming key allows you to
execute a program in the EMD external
memory in the automatic mode, save
the programs in the time switch or
ones that have been created with the
D SW programming software in the
D KEY flash drive and then work
through the procedures in reverse.
The vacation programs can also be
uploaded and downloaded to and
from the D KEY.
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D DCF77 antenna
This antenna receives the hourly texts transmitted
by the DCF77 emitter situated in Mainflingen,
Germany, in the Frankfurt region. The programmers are automatically positioned on the time,
date and on the exact summer or winter timeframe. The antenna allows up to 10 programmers
in series to be maintained in the synchronized
state. The power of the emitter of Frankfurt am
Main is 50 kW and its range is about 2,500 km.
The signal is sometimes received in a discontinuous
way and not all places could be covered owing to
dead zones created by the territory, especially in
countries that are fairly far from the emitter.
Italy is fully covered. The reception is optimal
when the marked antenna face is pointed towards
Frankfurt.
D GPS antenna
The D GPS antenna provides an accurate localization and time information in all weather conditions, both day and night in any part of the world,
since the time is obtained from several sources
at the same time, thus allowing the clock to compensate for delays.
The synchronization received from the Global
Positioning system provides a more accurate
value than the terrestrial transmissions.
The GPS system combines the time supplied by
arious atomic clocks installed on board the
satellites of the system with the time given by a
network of terrestrial stations and corrects the
errors.
D DCF77
D GPS
D1 SYNCHRO
D2 SYNCHRO
1
D1 SYNCHRO
D2 SYNCHRO
3
5
7
6
12
18
0
L
24
C1 OFF
1 2 3 4 5 76
MENU
2 4 6 8
1
D1 SYNCHRO
D2 SYNCHRO
3
5
7
6
12
18
0
L
24
C1 OFF
P24
OK
RESET
N
1 2 3 4 5 76
MENU
2 4 6 8
1
3
5
7
6
12
18
0
L
24
C1 OFF
P24
OK
RESET
N
1 2 3 4 5 76
MENU
2 4 6 8
P24
OK
RESET
N
2
IP65
1
3
Up to 10 programmers can be piloted
with the D DCF77 and D GPS antennas.
The polarity is of no importance for the
first programmer connected, unlike
the following ones, which must comply
with the polarity dictated by the first.
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Programming menu without programming key
Languages
Menu
Program
Italiano
Standard prog
English
Random prog
Standard/
Random
Deutsch
Cyclic prog
Français
Vacation prog
Español
Prog list
Swedish
Erase
Português
Override
Dutch
Options
Polish
Cyclic
program
Vacation
program
Input
Input
Input
-program N°
-program N°
-program N°
-channel (dual
channel only)
-channel (dual
channel only)
-day
-time off
-day
-time on
-time on
HH:MM:SS
-time off
-day and
month off
-channel (dual
channel only)
Russian
-time off
HH:MM:SS
Greek
-end/annual
Verify
Edit
-end/annual
Verify
Edit
Copy
Cancel
Copy
Program list
Delete
Override
Verify
Single
programs
Channel
(dual channel
only)
Edit
Copy
Cancel
All programs
Holiday
programs
Auto
Permanently
on/off
Temporary
on/off
-time on
-day and
month on
Verify
Edit
Copy
Cancel
Cancel
Options
Time set
External input
Maintenance
Hourmeter
Backlight
Warranty
Language
Year
C1 000000
C1 000000
Month
C2 000000
C2 000000
Permanently
on
Days 0000
Time set
Channel (dual
channel only)
Ext input*
Day
Maintenance
Time
HH:MM:SS
(dual channel
only)
(dual channel
only)
Hourmeter
Backlight
Warranty
Summer/
winter time
Permanently
on/off
Temporary
on/off
Permanently
off
6 sec timing
Timer on/off
Programming menu with programming key
Languages
Menu
Program
Italiano
Standard prog
English
Random prog
Standard/
Random
Deutsch
Cyclic prog
Français
Vacation prog
Español
Prog list
Swedish
Erase
Português
Override
Dutch
Options
Polish
Cyclic
program
Vacation
program
Input
Input
Input
-program N°
-program N°
- program N°
-channel (dual
channel only)
-channel (dual
channel only)
-day
-time off
- day
-time on
- time on
HH:MM:SS
-time off
-day and
month off
- channel (dual
channel only)
Russian
- time off
HH:MM:SS
Greek
- end/annual
Verify
Edit
-end/annual
Verify
Edit
Copy
Delete
Copy
Program list
Delete
Override
Verify
Single
programs
Channel
(dual channel
only)
Edit
Copy
Delete
All programs
Holiday
programs
Auto
Permanently
on/off
Temporary
on/off
-time on
-day and
month on
Verify
Edit
Copy
Delete
Delete
Options
Time set
External input
Maintenance
Hourmeter
Backlight
Warranty
EMD
Language
Year
C1 000000
C1 000000
Month
C2 000000
C2 000000
Permanently
on
Days 0000
Time set
Channel (dual
channel only)
programming key
Ext input*
Day
Maintenance
Time
HH:MM:SS
Hourmeter
Backlight
Warranty
EMD
programming
key
Summer/
winter time
Permanently
on/off
Temporary
on/off
Timer on/off
(dual channel
only)
(dual channel
only)
Permanently
off
6 sec timing
Run from EMD
Save on EMD
Copy in clock
Read EMD
Save vacation
only
Copy vacation
only
Cancel EMD
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D Line digital time switches
Display and function keys
0
12
6
18
24
0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
12
18
24
reset
D1
OK
MENU
D1
1
0
6
12
18
24
0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
OK
MENU
6
2
reset
MENU
D2
18
24
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
OK
OK
MENU
reset
1
D1 PLUS
D2
12
6
D1 PLUS,
D1 SYNCHRO
reset
2
D2PLUS
D2 PLUS,
D2 SYNCHRO
Display
Channel 1/ Channel 2
OFF / Channel off
Manual channel override
ON / Channel on
Random program
Cyclic programs
Vacation program
Keypad locked
Indication of GPS
or DCF77 signal reception
Browse up
Selected program N° P01-P64
Browse down
Function keys
Allows you to access the main menu
(from the initial page)
Key combination functions
Lock/release keys
Allows you to quit any setting
Scrolls up a list
Increases a numerical value or changes a parameter
Press key and hold and the status display
of channel 1 will remain fixed until the key
is released (in the normal operating mode)
Scrolls down a list
Decreases a numerical value or changes
a parameter
Press key and hold and the status display of channel 2
(dual channel models) will remain fixed until the key is
released (in the normal operating mode)
Confirms the proposed setting
Resets the device
(NOTE: The programs and settings entered
from the outside will not be cancelled)
H
2 seconds
Temporary manual override
for channels 1 and 2.
Press alternately to switch
from TEMP ON to TEMP OFF
Permanent manual override
for channels 1 and 2.
Press for 2 seconds to access
the PERM mode and press
alternately to switch from
PERM ON to PERM OFF
Returns to the AUTO mode
(if any manual override has
been activated)
H
H
H
H
H
H
2 seconds
H
2 seconds
H
H
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D Line digital time switches
Technical specifications
Rated voltage
V
D1
D1 PLUS
D1 SYNCHRO
D2
D2 PLUS
D2 SYNCHRO
230 AC ± 10%
230 AC ± 10%
230 AC ± 10%
230 AC ± 10%
230 AC ± 10%
230 AC ± 10%
Rated pulse voltage
4
4
4
4
4
4
Contact relay
in free exchange
from potential
Contact relay
in free exchange
from potential
Contact relay
in free exchange
from potential
Contact relay
in free exchange
from potential
Contact relay
in free exchange
from potential
Contact relay
in free exchange
from potential
Programming key
n
n
n
n
External input
n
Contact type
n
DCF77 antenna
n
GPS antenna
n
n
Programming software
n
n
n
n
n
250 V~ contact capacity
Resistive loads
A
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
Inductive loads
A
10
2
10
2
10
2
10
2
10
2
10
Rated frequency
Hz
Time base
Minimum switching
time
sec.
Max programs per cycle n°
Running reserve
years
External input
n°
Activity suspension
16
2
50-60
50-60
50-60
50-60
50-60
50-60
quartz
quartz
quartz
quartz
quartz
quartz
1
1
1
1
1
1
"64 (can be
coupled
into day blocks)"
"64 (can be
coupled
into day blocks)"
"64 (can be
coupled
into day blocks)"
"64 (can be
coupled
into day blocks)"
"64 (can be
coupled
into day blocks)"
"64 (can be
coupled
into day blocks)"
"6 from first
start-up
(lithium battery)"
"6 from first
start-up
(lithium battery)"
"6 from first
start-up
(lithium battery)"
"6 from first
start-up
(lithium battery)"
"6 from first
start-up
(lithium battery)"
"6 from first
start-up
(lithium battery)"
1
1
-
2
2
-
"from 1 day
to 12 months"
"from 1 day
to 12 months"
"from 1 day
to 12 months"
"from 1 day
to 12 months"
"from 1 day
to 12 months"
"from 1 day
to 12 months"
± 0.5
± 0.5
± 0.5
± 0.5
± 0.5
± 0.5
Accuracy
sec./
day
Max power
consumption
VA
6.5
6.5
6.5
7.8
7.8
7.8
Max switching power
VA
3500
3500
3500
3500
3500
3500
Incandescent lamp
W
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
3000
Non-rephased
fluorescent tube lamp
W
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
Fluorescent tube lamp
rephased in parallel
W
900
900
900
900
900
900
Fluorescent tube lamp
with electronic reactor
W
"7 ÷ 23
(max. 23 lamp.)"
"7 ÷ 23
(max. 23 lamp.)"
"7 ÷ 23
(max. 23 lamp.)"
"7 ÷ 23
(max. 23 lamp.)"
"7 ÷ 23
(max. 23 lamp.)"
"7 ÷ 23
(max. 23 lamp.)"
Fluorescent tube lamp
rephased in series
W
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
1100
Protection degree
IP
20
20
20
20
20
20
Max terminal section
mm²
6
6
6
6
6
6
"positive safety
"positive safety
"positive safety
"positive safety
"positive safety
"positive safety
loss-proof screws" loss-proof screws" loss-proof screws" loss-proof screws" loss-proof screws" loss-proof screws"
Terminals
Tightening torque
Nm
Installation type
Operating temperature °C
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
DIN rail
DIN rail
DIN rail
DIN rail
DIN rail
DIN rail
-5 … +55
-5 … +55
-5 … +55
-5 … +55
-5 … +55
-5 … +55
Storage temperature
°C
-10 … +65
-10 … +65
-10 … +65
-10 … +65
-10 … +65
-10 … +65
Modules
n°
2
2
2
2
2
2
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Rated voltage
Rated frequency
Power consumption
D DCF77
D GPS
230 AC ±20%
230 AC ±20%
50/60
50/60
0.1
2
Operating temperature
-10…+70
-10…+40
Storage temperature
-30…+90
-40…+85
9.2
2
Time of the signal
1 transm./ min.
min. 30 transm./hour; max. 50 transm./hour
Protection degree
65
65
Max. number of connected devices
10
10
1000
1000
Power consumption
Max. wiring lenght
Terminal section
Installation
0.5...2.5
0.5...2.5
pole/wall
pole/wall
Maximum pilotable power
Models D1 - D1 PLUS - D1 SYNCHRO - D2 - D2 PLUS - D2 SYNCHRO
3000 W
3000 W
1100 W
900 W (125 μF)
7 W ÷ 23 W (max. 23 lamp.)
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01 Operating principle
of D Line digital time
switches
—
02 Installation example
of D Line digital time
switches
T I M E , S TA I R C A S E L I G H T I N G , T W I L I G H T S W I T C H E S A N D T H E R M O S TAT S
AUXILIARIES
Operating principle
The D2 two-channel digital time switches enable
to open and close circuits according to a daily or
weekly program, controlling single loads or group
of loads even when they require different time
controls with a common time reference.
In this example, the digital time switch D2 allows
the operation of heating as well as lighting systems
of a church when services are performed; when
no service is performed, the device only controls
the heating system.
Application environments
The D2 two-channel digital time switches are particularly indicated in environments and situations
requiring the management of multiple loads
according to a time program flexible enough to
include or exclude their application based on the
day of the week (offices, schools, public areas,
etc.).
Installation example
As shown in the diagrams, one of the possible
applications is to install the D2 two-channel
digital time switch inside the power supply circuit
of a church, where in the days when no service is
performed only the heating system is activated
(programmed ON one of the two channels) at a
preset time, while on Sundays and when services
are performed the lighting system is also
switched ON (through a program on the second
channel). According to the controlled system
power, the activation is performed by an ESB
contactor.
L1
N
D2
—
01
L1
3
4
D2
D2
1
2
LIGHTING
HEATING
AUXILIARIES
L
D2
N
N
—
02
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E 232 staircase lighting time-delay
switches with switch-off warning
ABB’s E 232 staircase lighting switches comprise electro-mechanical
and electronic versions, with 3 or 4-wire wiring. These devices are
ideal for timed management of lights in passageways (corridors,
staircases, entrances, etc.).
Staircase lighting time-delay switches are
generally controlled by pushbuttons equipped
with glow lamps.Designed for a glow lamp
current up to 150 mA, they can be used in buildings with several fl oors.
The E 232 staircase lighting switch is equipped
with an electro-mechanical timer with a synchronous motor drive that guarantees highly reliable
operation in whatever position it is installed.
The switch-off time can be regulated from 1 to
7 minutes at intervals of 15 seconds and is resettable after 30 seconds.
The E 232E staircase lighting switch has an
electronic timing function. The most important
features of the device are: a high switching
capacity; 150 mA fi lament lamp current parallel
to the pushbuttons; switch-off time adjustable
from 0.5 to 20 minutes; simple use; the new,
extremely silent, precise and reliable electronic
motor. The electronics allow the device to automatically recognize 3-wire systems from 4-wire
ones without the need for manual settings.
E 232E-8/230 devices feature an additional, separate control input with an universal voltage of 8
to 230 V AC/DC.
The “Multi 10” versions also feature the integrated alarm function (2 fl ashing alarm signals)
in accordance with DIN 18015-2 standards and a
rotary selector on the front with 10 functions to
choose from, divided into 4 types: timed relay
mode, latching relay mode, timed latching relay
mode and permanently on mode.
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01 The additional
switch-off warning
can be added to the
main modes of the
Multi 10 versions
Technical specifications
• Silent: thanks to the new electronic relay
• Practical: automatically recognizes 3 or 4-wire
systems
• Powerful: switching capacity up to 3,600 VA
lamp load thanks to the pioneering type of
switching mode, and powers up to 150 mA
glow lampcurrent of lighten pushbuttons
thanks to the pioneering type of switchin
mode, and powers up to 150 mA of lighted
pushbuttons
• Flexible: 0.5 to 20 minute adjustable switch-off
time
• Versatile: 8 to 230 V multivoltage auxiliary input
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Further advantages of the new Multi 10 version
• Universal: four different functions, for every
requirement
• Programmable: ten different operating modes
• Complete: with integrated switch-off warning
% lighting
100
Resettable
E 232-230
E 232E-230N
E 232E-8/230N
50
E 232-HLM
ON
Time t
0
Ex: 1 - 12 min
20...60 sec.
—
01
0.5 - 20 minute
time setting
First
10
Second
warning
seconds
warning
double flash
double flash
30
seconds
OFF
This function prevents the staircase
light from switching off and leaving
the user suddenly in the dark, when
he’s halfway up the stairs. The function
is displayed by a double flash of the
lights, in accordance with DIN 18015-2
standards and is compatible with
halogen or filament lamps.
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tt
tt
Timed relay mode (positions 1 to 4)
Latching relay mode (position 5)
tt
tt
Timed latching relay mode
(positions 6 to 9)
Permanently on mode (position 10)
The “Multi 10” version also features the integrated
alarm function (2 flashing alarm signals) in accordance with DIN 18015-2 standards and a rotary
selector on the front with 10 functions to choose
from, divided into 4 types, depending on the
user’s requirements: timed relay mode, latching
relay mode, timed latching relay mode and permanently on mode.
Timed relay mode (positions 1 to 4)
This mode allows the user to turn on the lights
by briefly pressing one of the staircase light buttons. The light remains on until the automatic
switch-off time setting has elapsed (the device
goes back to counting from 0 if a staircase light
button is pressed while the lights are on).
Timed relay mode (positions 1 to 4)
- Automatic staircase light switch
- Lighting time reset by pressing keys again
1
t
ON
0.5 ... 20 min
OFF
- Automatic staircase light switch
- Lighting time reset by pressing keys again
- Switch-off warning
2
+
0.5 ... 20 min
3
10 s
< 2s
+1h
4
+1h
+
30 s
ON
OFF
> 2s
0.5 ... 20 min
- Automatic staircase light switch
- Lighting time reset by pressing keys again
- 60-minute switch-on by pressing keys and holding down > 25
> 2s
ON
1h
< 2s
OFF
> 2s
0.5 ... 20 min
10 s
30 s
> 2s
1h
10s
30s
ON
- Automatic staircase light switch
- Lighting time reset by pressing keys again
- Switch-off warning
- 60-minute switch-on by pressing keys and holding down > 25
OFF
Latching relay mode (position 5)
This mode allows the user to turn on the lights
by briefly pressing one of the staircase light buttons. The light remains on until the buttons are
pressed again.
Latching relay mode (position 5)
- Latching relay
5
ON
OFF
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Timed latching relay mode (Positions 6 to 9)
This mode allows the user to turn on the lights
by briefly pressing one of the staircase light buttons. The light remains on until the set time has
elapsed or the staircase light buttons are pressed
again.
Timed latching relay mode (Positions 6 to 9)
- Timed latching relay
- Switch-off in advance by pressing the keys
6
t
ON
0.5 ... 20 min
OFF
- Timed latching relay
- Switch-off in advance by pressing the keys
- Switch-off warning
7
+
0.5 ... 20 min
8
< 2s
+1h
9
< 2s
30 s
ON
OFF
> 2s
0.5 ... 20 min
< 2s
+1h
+
10 s
1h
< 2s
0.5 ... 20 min
- Timed latching relay
- Switch-off in advance by pressing the keys
- 60-minute switch-on by pressing keys and holding down > 25
> 2s
ON
OFF
> 2s
10 s
30 s
> 2s
1h
10s
30s
ON
- Timed latching relay
- Switch-off in advance by pressing the keys
- Switch-off warning
- 60-minute switch-on by pressing keys and holding down > 25
OFF
Permanently on mode (position 10)
The lights remain continuously on when the selector is set to position 10.
Permanently on mode (position 10)
- Continuous light
10
PERM
Permanent ON
ON
OFF
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E 232 staircase lighting time-delay switches with switch-off warning
Technical specifications
E 232-230
Type
Time range
min
E 232E-230N
E 232E-230
Multi 10
E 232E-8/230N
E 232E-8/230
Multi 10
electro-mechanical
electronic
electronic
electronic
electronic
1-7
from 0.5 to 20
stepless
"from 0.5 to 20
stepless"
"from 0.5 to 20
stepless"
"from 0.5 to 20
stepless"
Automatic recognition of 3/4-wire
systems
■
■
■
■
Connection in series available
■
■
■
■
■
Steady-light switch
■
■
■
■
■
Switch-off warning (after
flashing)
■
■
Switch-off warning (50%
dimming)
■
■
30 sec. to 20 min adjustment
■
■
60 min long-time range
■
■
Switching on zero crossing of
voltage
Count reset by pressing buttons
after 30 sec.
230 V AC control voltage
immediate
immediate
■
■
immediate
immediate
■
■
■
■
■
Rated frequency
Hz
50…60
50…60
50…60
50…60
50…60
Power consumption
VA
1
6
6
6
6
Additional universal voltage
V
-
-
8...230 AC/DC
-
8...230 AC/DC
Glow lamp current
mA
max. 150
max. 150
max. 150
max. 150
max. 150
Rated switching capacity
- ohmic loads
- inductive loads
A
A
16
10
16
10
16
10
16
16
16
16
Filament lamp load
W
2300
2300
2300
3600
3600
Halogen lamp load
W
2300
2300
2300
3600
3600
Fluorescent lamp with capacitive reactor
not compensated
VA
2300
2300
2300
3600
3600
compensated in series
VA
2300
2300
2300
3600
3600
compensated in parallel
VA
1300
400
400
1200
1200
duo circuit
VA
2300
2300
2300
3600
3600
Fluorescent lamps with electronic
reactor
VA
300
300
300
1000
1000
1,500
1,500
1,500
Energy-efficient fluorescent lamps
with capacitive reactor
with electronic reactor
VA
n°/W
Contact material
2,000
1,500
9x7, 6x11,
5x15, 5x20
"9x7, 7x11,
7x15, 7x23"
Ag Sn O2
Ag Sn O2
Ag Sn O2
Ag Sn O2
≥3
<3
<3
<3
<3
"9x7, 7x11, "34x7, 27x11, 24x15, "34x7, 27x11, 24x15,
7x15, 7x23"
22x23"
22x23"
Ag Sn O2
Contact gap
mm
Mechanical life
n°
> 106
3 x 107
3 x 107
3 x 107
3 x 107
Electrical life at rated load cosϕ =
1
n°
> 105
2 x 105
2 x 105
2 x 105
2 x 105
Electrical life at rated load cosϕ =
0,6
n°
> 104
4 x 104
4 x 104
4 x 104
4x104
1NO
1NO
1NO
1NO
1NO
10
13
13
13
13
Contact type
Terminal section
mm²
Max cable section
mm²
6
6
6
6
6
Min cable section
mm²
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
resettable after
30 seconds
100%
100%
100%
100%
Reset interval
Housing material
Ambient temperature
heat-resistant, self-extinguishing, flame-retardant thermoplastic material
-10…+50
-25…+50
-25…+50
-25…+50
-25…+50
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
Insulation class after installation
II
II
II
II
II
Modules
1
1
1
1
1
Protection degree
Marking
Mounting
°C
VDE
VDE
VDE
VDE
VDE
on DIN rail
on DIN rail
on DIN rail
on DIN rail
on DIN rail
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Operating principle
Activated by a pulse command via a pushbutton,
the E 232 staircase light switch turns on the installation’s lights for a time T1. In order to avoid
an unexpected darkness the Multi10 devices are
equiped with a switch-off warning (double flash).
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01 Operating principle
of E 232 staircase
lighting time-delay
switches with switch-off
—
02 Installation example
of E 232 staircase
lighting time-delay
switches with switch-off
Application environments
Installation of the E 232 staircase lighting with
switch-off warning functionality is ideal wherever
the lighting must be timed and unexpected darkness must be avoided (staircases and passageways in public places, cellars, garages, etc.).
Installation example
As illustrated, one among the possible applications concern installation of the E 232 staircase
switch, in the staircase lighting plant of a multistory building. Pushing the push-button, the
timer of the E 232 switch turns on the lights for
a settable T1 time.
AUXILIARIES
L1
31
N
E 232-230
—
01
L1
3
3
T
4
AUXILIARIES
A1
E 232-230
T
A2
N
PUSHBUTTON LOCATING
INDICATORS
—
02
LIGHTING
LOAD
HLM
2
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T I M E , S TA I R C A S E L I G H T I N G , T W I L I G H T S W I T C H E S A N D T H E R M O S TAT S
—
T Line twilight switches and TWA
astronomical twilight switches
T Line twilight switches command lighting circuits according to the
scheduled level of the ambient light detected by a dedicated sensor.
As they allow to signifi cantly reduce energy consumption, they are
particularly useful in external places (garden, parking lots, entrances,
courtyards, etc…)
T Line twilight switches range allow to switch ON
and switch OFF lighting devices according to a
scheduled level of the ambient light. They are
used in combination with a sensor to detect if the
ambient light is higher or lower than the set level.
A switching delay prevents them from operating
unnecessarily when the light intensity suddenly
changes (e.g. lighting, moving vehicles, etc..).
This make them ideal for daytime applications
where the lux values to detect is very high. T1
PLUS allows to adjust the relay tripping in a time
ranging from 15-90 sec. for switching ON and
20-120 sec. for switching OFF. As T1, it is also
equipped with 2 signaling LEDs that indicate
when the desired activation threshold has been
reached and display the status of the contact.
The basic version T1, is preset at 10 lux from factory and is equipped with 2 signaling LEDs that
indicate when the desired activation threshold
has been reached and display the status of the
contact. The operating instructions are printed
on the side of the product.
The T1 POLE version is designed for installation
on the pole or wall. It provides excellent resistance
to atmospheric agents and a long life time. As T1,
T1 POLE is preset at 10 Lux.
The advanced version T1 PLUS, switches feature a
setpoint that can be adjusted for 4 different scale
values:
- 2…40 lux
- 20…200 lux
- 200…2000 lux
- 2000…15000 lux
Astronomical switches TWA-1 and TWA-2 with
1 and 2 channels respectively, automatically command lighting circuits according to sunrise and
sunset. The switches are programmed by defining the longitude and latitude of the geographical
area in which they are installed. These devices are
particularly useful when usage of a twilight switch
with external sensor is not recommended because
it may be subject to malfunctions caused by air
pollution, excessive brightness or vandalism.
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Main features
DIN rail version
• Adjustment range from 2 to 200 Lux
• 2 LED indicators: one for contact status and one
for threshold set value
• Preset at 10 lux from factory
• Switching delay
• IP65 Protection degree
• Wiring diagram printed on the side of the
product
• 1 module width
• Captive clamps screws
Astro version
• Astronomical and standard programming
• 1 or 2 change over contact/s
• Manual and permanent override, activated with
one touch on the front of the device
• Clear display visualizations of contacts status
• Automatic summer and winter time change
• Holiday program
• 56 stored memory locations
• Wiring diagram printed on the side of the
product
• 2 modules width
In addition to the PLUS version
• Adjustment range from 2 to 15,000 Lux
• Four different scales value for a more precise
brightness regulation value
• Adjustable switching delay
Why are the switches given a 10 lux factory presetting?
Public lighting plays a crucial role in the social life
and represents a mandatory investment for local
administrations, without any direct economic
return. They must, therefore, try to optimize such
investments and how they are managed, while
ensuring an efficient service. Since they are
factory calibrated at 10 Lux, the standard value
for street lighting, ABB twilight sensors are
immediately ready for usage in outer lighting
systems and do not require any adjustment
Pole version
• Adjustment range from 2 to 200 Lux
• Preset at 10Lux from factory
• Switching delay
• IP65 protection degree
• Wiring and operation diagram printed on the
back of the product
• Captive clamps screws
• Pole and wall mounting
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T I M E , S TA I R C A S E L I G H T I N G , T W I L I G H T S W I T C H E S A N D T H E R M O S TAT S
—
T Line twilight switches and TWA astronomical twilight switches
Technical specifications
Rated supply voltage
V
Contact type
T1
T1 PLUS
TWA-1
TWA-2
T1 POLE
110 ÷ 230 AC
110 ÷ 230 AC
230 AC ± 15%
230 AC ± 15%
110 ÷ 230 AC
1NO
1NO
1NO/NC
2NO/NC
1NO polarized
16
Switching capacity
- resistive load cosϕ 1
A
16
16
16
16
- inductive load cosϕ 0,6
A
3
3
10
10
3
- incandescent lamps
cosϕ 1
max 3600 W
max 3600 W
-
-
max 3600 W
- fluorescent lamps
cosϕ 0.8
max 3600 W
max 3600 W
-
-
max 3600 W
- fluorescent - duo./
electronic lamps
cosϕ 0.9
max 300 W
max 300 W
-
-
max 300 W
Rated frequency
Hz
50-60
50-60
50-60
50-60
50-60
reg. 15…90 ±10%
±120 min on
astronomical
intervention
±120 min on
astronomical
intervention
30 ±10%
40 ±10%
reg. 20…120 ±10%
±120 min on
astronomical
intervention
±120 min on
astronomical
intervention
40 ±10%
2…200
2…40
20…200
200…2000
2000…15000
-
-
2…200
-
-
quartz
quartz
-
-
-
1
1
-
-
-
56
56
-
-
-
5
5
-
-
-
± 1.5 sec/24h
± 1.5 sec/24h
-
-
-
± 10
± 10
-
- twilight switch
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP20
IP65
- sensor
IP65
IP65
-
-
IP65
Switching delay
- ON
- OFF
Brightness range
(with tollerance of ±20%)
s
s
lux
Time reference
Minimum switching time
min.
Max. operations per cycle
Running reserve
years
Operating accuracy
Astronomical time precision
min.
30 ±10%
Protection degree
Operating temperature
- twilight switch
°C
-25...+55
-25...+55
-10...+55
-10...+55
-40...+70
- sensor
°C
-40...+70
-40...+70
-
-
-40...+70
Storage temperature
- twilight switch
°C
-40...+70
-40...+70
-20...+60
-20...+60
-50...+80
- sensor
°C
-50...+80
-50...+80
-
-
-50...+80
Power consumption
VA
4.5
4.5
6
6
4.5
Max. commutable power
W
3500
3500
4000
4000
3500
Terminal size for cable
mm²
2.5
2.5
1...6
1...6
2.5
loss-proof screw
loss-proof screw
loss-proof screw
loss-proof screw
loss-proof screw
Terminals
Tightening torque:
terminals
Nm
0.5
0.5
1.2
1.2
-
screw sensor
Nm
0.4
0.4
-
-
0.4
on DIN rail
on DIN rail
on DIN rail
on DIN rail
-
red LED / green LED red LED / green LED
Mounting
Switching status indication/
brightness range
Max wiring length
m
Modules
n°
Reference standards
display LCD
display LCD
-
100
-
-
-
1
1
2
2
-
EN 60669-1
EN 60669-2-1
EN 60730-1
EN 60669-1
EN 60669-2-1
EN 60730-1
EN 60730-1
EN 60730-2-7
EN 60669-1
EN 60669-2-1
EN 60730-1
100
EN 60730-1
EN 60730-2-7
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How to set
T1
Set the desired activation threshold
(from 2 to 200 Iux), using the lux control knob.
N.B.: the position corresponding (with approximation) to the 10 lux activation threshold is
marked on the front of the item.
lf the GREEN LED is illuminated, this indicates the
activation status of the threshold.
If the RED LED is illuminated, this indicates that
the relay contact is closed (illumination lit up).
T1 PLUS
1 Set the desired lux scale (2-40; 20-200;
200-2.000; 2.000-15.000), using the lux scale
control knob. lf the GREEN LED is illuminated,
this indicates the activation status of the
threshold.
If the RED LED is illuminated, this indicates that
the relay contact is closed (illumination lit up).
2 Set the desired lux percentage (0%->100%),
using the lux percentage control knob.
3 Set the switching delay (MIn -> MAX), using the
switching delay control knob.
—
01 Threshold adjustment
—
02 Assembly diagram
T1
T1
Lux
10
Lux
10 2
200
2
200
T1 PLUS
Sec.
T1 PLUS
Sec.
T1 PLUS
Sec.
T1 PLUS
Sec.
T1 PLUS
Sec.
T1 PLUS
Sec.
MIN
MIN
4
0%
1
0%
1
4
3
MAX
Lux
MAX
Lux
MIN
MIN
100%
100%
2
2
3
Step 1
Step 2
T1 POLE
1 Switch on the power supply
2 Make the threshold adjustment (from 2 to
200 lux) by turning the trimmer. The lighting of
the red LED represents the achievement of the
threshold set (contact closed).
3 Secure the dome by lightening the captive
screw inserted through the bottom of the base.
Tighten the screw until the dome pressed on
the gasket sufficiently to ensure a hermetic
seal.
—
01
—
02
10
Lux
200
2
T1 POLE
230V~ 50-60Hz IP54
16(3)A / 250V~ -40...+70 °C
T1 POLE
230V~ 50-60Hz IP54
16(3)A / 250V~ -40...+70 °C
4
0%
1
0%
1
4
3
3
MAX
Lux
MAX
Lux
MIN
MIN
100%
100%
2
4
2
4
Step 3
0%
1
0%
1
3
3
MAX
Lux
MAX
Lux
100%
100%
2
2
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TWA-1 e TWA-2
Keys
①menu
selection of operating mode
auto
mode of running according to the program selected
prog
new for programming mode
progmodif to modify an existing program
checking of the program modification of time,
date and selection of the winter/summer time
change mode
astro
astronomical mode
indicates that the channel is in astronomical mode
+
+
C1
enter
② + and -
navigation or setting of values
-(TWA-1)
C1 , C2 (TWA-2) in auto mode, selection of overrides,
or waivers
C2
menu
2
menu
enter
enter
③
4
North
180°
0°
T
S
EANorth
T = Latitude
T 45°
90°
H
South
45
30
15
0
15
30
45
60
75
90
105
120
135
150
-3
-2
-1
0
+1
+2
+3
+4
+5
+6
+7
+8
+9
+ 10
BEL.
Bermuda
(U.K.)
DENMARK
RUS.
GERMANY
LUX.
CZ. REP.
AUS.
SWITZ
SLO.
Anchorage-
1
MADEIRA
ISLANDS
Casablanca
(PORT.)
T
TUNISIA
TURKEY
THE
BAHAMAS
CAPE VERDE
Caribbean Sea
COSTA
RICA
NORTH
VENEZUELA
GUYANA
COLOMBIA
SURINAME
ECUADOR
S
GUINEA-BISSAU
TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO
PANAMA
-5
(FRANCE)
LIBERIA
CÔTE
D'IVOIRE
BENIN
TOGO
GHANA
Lagos
- 8 CAMEROON
SAO TOME
AND PRINCIPE
GABON
RWANDA
SOUTH
HAWAIIN
ISLANDS
- 10
São Paulo
OCEAN
ARCHIPIÉLAGO
JUAN FERN ÁNDEZ
(CHILE)
-3
NAMIBIA
ATLANTIC
15
GUATEMALA
EL SALVADOR
L
SOUTH
AFRICA
SWAZILAND
LESOTHO
LINE
ISLA
ND
S
15
-4
F r e n c h
-2
(FRANCE)
+5
(French Polynesia)
-9 1/2
(administered by U.K.
claimed by ARGENTINA)
(N.Z.)
-3
ILES MARQUISES
- 10
Cook Islands
(SOUTH AFRICA)
MAURITANIA
CAPE VERDE
SOUTH
Universal DayTime (UDT)
P o l y n e s i a
-1
OCEAN
+1
0
Lima
PACIFIC
CÔTE
D'IVOIRE
SIERRA LEONE
LIBERIA
Great Australian
Bight
French Guiana
(FRANCE)
FASO
(U.K)
UDT
BENIN
TOGO
GHANA
Cairo
-4
-12
TONGA Red
-11
Sea
(N.Z.)
+ 10
CAMEROON
Gulf of Guinea
1/2
Kisangani UGANDA
Tasman
REP. OF
THE
GABONSea
CONGO
RWANDANEW
DEM. REP. ZEALAND
OF THE CONGO BURUNDI
(N.Z.)
BRAZIL
+3
+4
+5
+6
PARAGUAY
Add time zone number to UDT yo obtain local time
(St. Helena)
+9
OCEAN
(CHILE)
-3
+ 11
A T L A N TEAST
IC
São Paulo
Easter Island
(CHILE)
+ 10
NAMIBIA
45
ZIMBABWE
- 10
+6
SRI
LANKA
MALDIVES
+5
LAOS
THAILAND
K
Y
PACIFIC
DS
45
OCEAN
30
Eastward across Date Line
subtract 24 hours
Philippine
Sea
NICOBAR
ISLANDS
(INDIA)
Northern
Mariana
Islands
Westward across Date Line
MARSHALL
ISLANDS
+11
M A L A Y S I A
I N D O N E S I A
+ 12
(U.K.)
EAST
TIMOR
PAPUA
NEW GUINEA
KIRIBATI
(GILBERT
ISLANDS)
0
K I R I B A T I
RAWAKI
(PHOENIX
ISLANDS)
SOLOMON
ISLANDS
-12
(N.Z.)
-10
SAMOA
Coral
Coral Sea Sea
MAURITIUS
(AUSTL.)
INDIAN
TONGA
-11
New
Caledonia
Alice Springs
(FRANCE)
AUSTRALIA
OCEAN
SWAZILAND
15
FIJI
VANUATU
Islands
Norffolk Island
(AUSTL.)
111/2
+ 9 1/2
Perth
KERMADEC
ISLANDS
Sydney
(N.Z.)
Lord Howe
Island
+ 10 1/2
Great Australian
Bight
(St. Helena)
Tasman
Sea
Gough Island
(St. Helena)
French
r
Southern and Antarctic Lands
Tasmania
NEW
ZEALAND
(FRANCE)
PRINCE EDWARD
ISLANDS
(SOUTH AFRICA)
(Islas Malvinas)
(administered by U.K.
claimed by ARGENTINA)
-8
-7
WEST
-6
-5
-4
Tokelau
TUVALU
(AUSTL.)
Reunion
(FRANCE)
+5
30
45
CHATHAM
ISLANDS
ILES CROZET
(Fr.
r. S and Ant. Lands)
15
(U.S.)
PALAU
Cocos
(Keeling) Islands
-10
add 24 hours
Guam
FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA
BRUNEI
Johnston
Atoll
(U.S.)
+ 10
(U.S.)
PHILIPPINES
NAURU
MOZAMBIQUE
(N.Z.)
+12 3/4
ILES KERGUELEN
r. S and Ant. Lands)
(Fr.
+5
South Georgia and the
South Sandwich Islands
-3
-2
Universal DayTime (UDT)
-1
Subtract time zone number from UDT to obtain local time.
0
+1
UDT
+2
+3
Add time zone number to UDT yo obtain local time
+4
+5
+6
La
)
SINGAPORE
+6
I SL A N
AN
South China
Sea
British Indian
Ocean Territory
SEYCHELLES
UT I A N
NORTH
(JAP
Manila
VIETNAM
+ 51/2
LESOTHO
Falkland Islands
1000 Miles
-9
(INDIA)
U
Hong Kong S.A.R.
Macau S.A.R
CAMBODIA
ISLANDS
(INDIA)
A LE
(AUST.)
(administered by U.K.
claimed by ARGENTINA)
-11
Bay of
Bengal
ANDAMAN
LAKSHADWEEP
Channel
MADAGASCAR
1000 Kilometers
500
RY
BURMA
+ 6 1/2
+ 5 1/2
Mumbai
(Bombay)
- 10
U.S.
PetropavlovskKamchatskiy
S
ND
+ 61/2
Miller Cylindrical Projection
500
Arabian
Sea
+3
SOUTH
AFRICA
Shanghai
BHUTAN
TRISTAN DA CUNHA
Scale 1:85,000,000 at 0 °
0
OMAN
(YEMEN)
LA
+9
BANGLADESH
Socotra
IS
occupied by the SOVIET UNION in 1945
administered by RUSSIA, claimed by JAPAN
Tokyo
URUGUAY
CHILE
0
NEPAL
+ 53/4
Kolkata (Calcutta)
IL
Buenos Aires
ARGENTINAA
45
+5
INDIA
+4
- 12Mozambique
-11
BOTSWANA
R
KU
JAPAN
SOUTH
KOREA
+8
MALAWI
+ 12
60
Sea of
Japan
NORTH
KOREA
C H I N A
PAKISTAN
YEMEN
St. Helena
(U.K.)
Beijing
COMOROS
St. Helena
S+ 8O U T H
+7
30
ARCHIPIÉLAGO
JUAN FERN ÁNDEZ
Nairobi
TANZANIA
ANGOLA
Brasilia
BOLIVIA
KYRGYSTAN
QATAR
UNITED ARAB
EMIRATES
SOMALIA
KENYA
+12 3/4
ZAMBIA
+2
DJIBOUTI
30
CHATHAM
ISLANDS
Ascension (St. Helena)
+ 41/2
ETHIOPIA
(AUST.)AFRICAN REPUBLIC
+ 10
TAJIKISTAN
AFGHANISTAN
Persian
Gulf
KUWAIT
SAUDI
ARABIA
+3
-9
Sea
of
Okhotsk
Sakhalin
Tehran
ERITREA
SUDAN
KERMADEC
+2
ISLANDS
111/2
UZBEKISTAN
I R A N
+ 31/2
IRAQ
+ 12
Bering Sea
Novosibirsk
BAHRAIN
r. S and Ant. Lands)
(Fr.
+5
Wrangel
Island
Magadan
MONGOLIA
TURKMENISTAN
-10
Lord Howe CENTRAL
Island
EQUATORIAL GUINEA
ARMENIA
SAMOA
(FRANCE)
+ 10
Vladivostok
Tokelau
EGYPT
(AUSTL.)
Yakutsk
Astana
Caspian
Sea
AZERBAIJAN
(N.Z.)
+1
A
KAZAKHSTAN
+6
Aral
Sea
GEORGIA
FIJI
New
Caledonia
+11
+9
I
Lake Baikal
Samara
TURKEY
TUVALU
S
+8
Omsk
15
SYRIA0
LEB.
I R
I B A T I
RAWAKI
ISRAEL
(PHOENIX
ISLANDS) JORDAN
CHAD
Norffolk Island
Tasmania
Annobon
ILES KERGUELEN
Izhevsk
KIRIBATI
(GILBERT
ISLANDS)
CYPRUS
VANUATU
NIGERIA
Sydney
Lagos
-10
S
Perm'
Johnston
Atoll
15
Coral
Sea
NIGER
MALI
+ 9 1/2
GUINEA
+4
U
+4
.
Istanbul
MARSHALL
ISLANDS
Kinshasa
Pitcairn Islands
Subtract time zone number from UDT to obtain local time.
.
Y.R.O.M.
NAURU
(EQ. GUI.)
-ILES
5 CROZET
PERU
ALB.
R
+7
30
Moscow
Black Sea
BULGARIA
- 11
75
East Siberian Sea
+5
Mediterranean SeaK
(AUSTL.)
Alice Springs
SENEGAL
Perth
- 12
NEW SIBERIAN ISLANDS
NOVAYA
ZEMLYA
La
+3
MOLDOVA
+GREECE
12
AUSTR
0 A L I A
BURKINA
THE GAMBIA
GUINEA-BISSAU
45
add 24 hours
LIBYA
Coral Sea
Islands
SAO TOME
AND PRINCIPE
(Fr.
r. S and Ant. Lands)
Rome
ALGERIA
EAST
TIMOR
180
+ 12
Chukchi
Sea
ROMANIA
Western
Sahara
OCEAN
SURINAME
LAT.
SOLOMON
ISLANDS
PAPUA
NEW GUINEA
(SPAIN)
165
+ 11
Kara Sea
Laptev Sea
+3
(U.S.)
UKRAINE
Westward across Date Line
SLOV..
BOS.& SER. &
HER.
MONT.
TUNISIA
(FRANCE)
PRINCE EDWARD
ISLANDS
EST.
HUNG.
CRO.
ITALY
MOROCCO
French
r
Southern and AntarcticManaus
Lands
(ECUADOR)
SLO.
+11
ECUADOR
GALAPAGOS
ISLANDS
FRANZ JOSEF
LAND
150
+ 10
OCEAN
DS
subtract 24 hours
CZ. REP.
AUS.
SWITZ
SPAIN
I N D O N
EISLANDS
S I A
CANARY
Cocos
(Keeling) Islands
135
+9
ARCTIC
SEVERNAYA
ZEMLYA
St. Petersburg
MALTA
INDIAN
COLOMBIA
(St. Helena)
120
+8
POLAND Eastward across Date Line
GERMANY
LUX.
Casablanca
(PORT.)
T
VENEZUELA
(St. Helena)
South Georgia and the
South Sandwich Islands
BEL.
(U.S.)
MADEIRA
ISLANDS
TRINIDAD AND
TOBAGO
PANAMA
105
+7
BELARUS
NETH.
Paris+ 10
FRANCE
Guam
Gough Island
- 12
(Islas Malvinas)
(administered by U.K.
claimed by ARGENTINA)
Northern
Mariana
Islands
I SL A N
LITH.
RUS.
SINGAPORE
MAURITIUS
HAITI DOMINICAN
REPUBLIC
(FRANCE)
Caribbean Sea
+3
TRISTAN DA CUNHA
K I R I B A T I
Falkland Islands
KINGDOM
London
(U.S.)
PORTUGAL
PALAU
(AUSTL.)
NICARAGUA
DENMARK
-1
+ 61/2
JAMAICA
Reunion
HONDURAS
COSTA
RICA
N
O R T HFINLAND
SWEDEN
OCEAN
North
Sea
UNITED
FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA
(U.K.)
THE
BAHAMAS
GUYANA
0
(PORT.)
OCEAN
90
+6
N
N)
(JA
IRELAND
UT I A N
PACIFIC
CUBA
St. Helena
(U.K.)
K
A LE
PA
Philippine
Sea
AZORES
BRUNEI
M A L A Y S I A
LA
NORWAY
PHILIPPINES
(INDIA)
British Indian
Ocean Territory
+6
U
Y
South China
Sea
ATLANTIC
75
+5
Sea
IS
+9
RY
+ 51/2
60
+4
- 10
U.S.
PetropavlovskKamchatskiy
occupied by the SOVIET UNION in 1945
administered by RUSSIA, claimed by JAPAN
Tokyo
Manila
VIETNAM
CAMBODIA
R IL
JAPAN
SOUTH
KOREA
Hong Kong S.A.R.
Macau S.A.R
LAOS
NICOBAR
ISLANDS
Bermuda
(U.K.)
MOZAMBIQUE
ZIMBABWE
Mozambique
Mexico
Channel
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Bay
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LAND
Greenland
Sea
0
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SEVERNAYA
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(NORWAY)
-4
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IS
Svalbard
Qaanaaq
(Thule)
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60
-4
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T = Longitude 60° East
Lo
75
-5
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T = Longitude 60° East
UT
Universal Date
South
Time = +1 hour
Equator
0°
H
UT
WEST
International Date Line
T
+1
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Time = +1 hour
ri d
SO
0°
+1
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90°
U
EAS
Latitude 41° TNORTH
Latitude 41° NORTH
T
NORTH
La
Longitude 12° EAST
Equator
0°
SOUTH
sal Date
= +1 hour
UDT
Greenwich me
Longitude
12° EAST
180°
WEST
Latitude
Lo
SO
Lo
6
to return to the previous step
La
n
ia
ri d
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T
North
ia
n
NOR
TH
Longitude
90°
RTH
0
④
NOR
TH
Latitude
North
Ex: ROME
UDT
to validate flashing information on display
Programming
Longitude
AST
1
3
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T Line twilight switches
—
01 Operating principle
of T Line twilight
switches
—
02 Installation example
of T Line twilight
switches
Operating principle
The diagram shows an example of installation for
the T1 twilight switch in the lighting system of a
commercial building. When the external light falls
below a certain level (e.g. during the evening
when the shop is closed), the device switches on
the window lights and the shop sign. The lights
can be switched off later in the evening to reduce
power consumption thanks to the AT1 time switch.
Application environments
The installation of the T1 twilight switch in combination with an AT electromechanical timer is
particularly useful in applications where energy
saving is of primary importance (shops, office
corridors and public passageways, car parks,
parks, etc.).
AUXILIARIES
L1
N
External
sensor
AT1e
T1
—
01
L1
Installation example
As shown in the diagrams, one of the possible applications for the T1 twilight switch is controlling
the lighting system of a commercial building.
When the external light falls below a certain level
(e.g. when the shop is closed), the device switches
on the window lights and the shop sign. The
lights an be switched off later in the evening to
reduce power consumption thanks to the AT1
time switch which keeps the circuit open until
the next morning. When the external light returns
to above the threshold value, the twilight switch
relay returns to the open position.
3
1
AT1e
4
AUXILIARIES
T1
3
L
T1
N
N
LIGHTING
—
02
38
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—
T1 POLE twilight switches
—
01 Operating principle
of T1 POLE twilight
switches
—
02 Installation example
of T1 POLE twilight
switches
Operating principle
The diagram shows an installation example of T1
POLE twilight switch to control motorway lighting systems. When the external light falls below a
certain level, 10 lux for example, the device
switches on the lights present in tunnels, rest
areas, near to junctions, etc. The lights are then
switched off by the T1 POLE in the morning when
the 10 lux value is exceeded.
Application environments
The installation of the T1 POLE twilight switch is
particularly suitable for controlling external street
lighting, thanks to the fact that they can be installed on poles or street lamps.
Installation example
AUXILIARIES one
L1
N of the possible apAs shown in the diagrams,
plications is the installation of a T1 POLE twilight
switch to control the motorway lighting system.
When the external light falls below a certain level
(for example at sunset), the pole-mounted twilight
switch, switches on the lights to provide the correct lighting value. At sunrise, the external brightness exceeds the threshold value and the twilight
ROW OF off
relay returns to the open position, switching
STREET
LAMPS
the lights.
AUXILIARIES
L1
N
T1 POLE
ROW OF
STREET
LAMPS
—
01
L1
L
N
AUXILIARIES
STREET
LAMPS 1
STREET
LAMPS 2
STREET
LAMPS 3
L
T1 POLE
N
N
LIGHTING
—
02
STREET
LAMPS 4
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—
TWA astronomical twilight switches
—
01 Operating principle
of TWA astronomical
twilight switches
—
02 Installation example
of TWA astronomical
twilight switches
Operating principle
The installation of an astronomical twilight switch
in a system is a particularly useful in situations in
which light sources, or other environmental conditions, can cause changes in the brightness level
and falsify the Lux value. In these cases, the TWA-1
and TWA-2 astronomical switches can control the
lighting system according to the sunrise and
sunset times of the geographic zone in which
the system is installed.
Application environments
The TWA-1 and TWA-2 astronomical twilight
switches are particularly suitable for use in applications where the operation of a twilight switch
with external sensor is potentially subject to
alteration or damage from external agents
(e.g. smog, overexposure to light, vandalism etc.).
Installation example
Atmospheric pollution is one of the causes of
reductions of the level of environmental light.
Dust deposits on the external probe of a traditional twilight switch can compromise the operation of the device, preventing it from automatically switching off the controlled lighting system
in the presence of external light. As shown in the
example, this problem can be resolved by installing a TWA-1 astronomical twilight switch that
controls the lighting system according to sunrise
and sunset times.
AUXILIARIES
L1
N
TWA-1
—
01
L1
6
TWA-1
8
AUXILIARIES
3
TWA-1
1
N
LIGHTING
—
02
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—
THS modular thermostats
THS series thermostats are able to control a wide range of
refrigeration and heating applications.
The THS-C and THS-W models, both equipped with
a potential-free switching contact, represent the
optimum solution for regulating the temperature
in heating systems and industrial applications
and for controlling the temperature in refrigerated counters, greenhouses, dryers or tilting
isothermal portals.
THS-1 and THS-4 sensors, which can be used in
conjunction with the THS-C and THS-W thermostats, function within a -30 °C and +130 °C temperature range.
The THS-S model, with two potential-free independent contacts and equipped with a remote
sensor included in the package, is indicated for
controlling the temperature of switchboards,
providing a cooling adjustment in the range
+20 °C to +60 °C and anticondensation function
in the range 0 °C to +10 °C.
Did you know that controlling the temperature
in switchboards with the new THS-S thermostat
is now simpler?
Unlike conventional models designed for installation on walls or panels, the THS-S modular thermostat is better able to control the temperature
in switchboards since it is mounted on a DIN-rail,
which needs no fastening accessories, and thanks
to the capacity of the relay that allows it to control
over 3 kW of heating elements without the use of
external contactors.
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41
Ease of use
The possibility of setting one or two temperature
setpoints on the front of the device and adjusting
them without having to use any tools simplifies
the configuration procedure. The instructions
and diagrams are shown on the side of the product to ensure that the necessary information is always readily available when needed.
Accuracy
The tiny temperature difference ensures the temperature set is maintained with great accuracy.
Visibility
Two indicator LEDs enable you to check the operation of the device at a glance: the yellow LED signals a sensor shortcircuit and the green LED indicates the state of the contact.
Compact size
Since it is so small in size, just two DIN modules,
the THS thermostat can be used in a number of
applications, even where space is a critical factor.
Rated voltage
V
Contact type
Safety
The lead-sealable and undetachable glass cover
ensures maximum protection against tampering
by unauthorized staff.
THS-C
THS-W
THS-S
230 AC
230 AC
230 AC
1NO/NC
1NO/NC
2NO
16
Contact capacity
- resistive loads
A
16
16
- inductive loads
A
3
3
3
Frequency
Hz
50-60
50-60
50-60
Number of temperature
setpoints
1 continuously adjustable
1 continuously adjustable
2 continuously adjustable
Adjustment range
°C
-20...+40
0...+60
0…+10/+20…+60
Max switching power
W
3500
3500
3500
Differential
°C
1
1
2
Thermal gradient
1 °K/15 minutes
1 °K/15 minutes
1 °K/15 minutes
Type of operation
ON/OFF fixed differential
ON/OFF fixed differential
ON/OFF fixed differential
2.5
Max section of cables at
terminals
mm²
2.5
2.5
Protection degree
IP
20
20
20
LED indicator
LED indicator
LED indicator
Relay ON/OFF indication
Temperature tolerance
°C
±1
±1
±1
Operatin temperature
°C
0...+50
0...+50
0...+ 70
Storage temperature
°C
-10...+65
-10...+65
-10...+70
DIN rail
DIN rail
DIN rail
0.5
0.5
0.5
thermoplastic/
grey RAL 7035
thermoplastic/
grey RAL 7035
thermoplastic/
grey RAL 7035
Type of installation
Tightening torque
Nm
Case / colour
Power consumption
Type of application
Programming
VA
3
3
3
services-providing/
industrial sector
services-providing/
industrial sector
services-providing/
industrial sector
graduated scales
with mechanical pointer
graduated scales
with mechanical pointer
graduated scales
with mechanical pointer
42
—
01 THS-C
operating example
T I M E , S TA I R C A S E L I G H T I N G , T W I L I G H T S W I T C H E S A N D T H E R M O S TAT S
The THS-C and THS-W modular thermostats
regulate the temperature differentially, as
indicated in the figure below.
When the THS-C thermostat detects a temperature below the setpoint, it closes contact 1 until
the temperature returns above the setpoint.
It then reopens the contact and, when the temperature drops below the differential again, the
cycle is repeated.
Yellow LED:
sensor short-circuit indication
on = sensor short-circuited
Green LED:
load state indication
The THS-W thermostat works in the same way but
the relay closes contact 5 when the temperature
exceeds the maximum setpoint.
Temperature regulation knob
t“œ˜ž“‹–
„“—
|™‹Ž
—
01
Sensor installation
The temperature sensor (supplied separately) is ƒ¡“ž’Œ™‹œŽž—šœ‹žŸœ
made of brass, encapsulated in silicone rubber,
}‹¢“—Ÿ—žš™“˜ž
impermeable and resistant to high temperatures
(130 °C). It is 1.5 or 4 metres long and may be
positioned at a distance of up to 100 metres.
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„“—
s™™–“˜‘™˜ž‹ž
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T H S M O D U L A R T H E R M O S TAT S
—
01 THS-S
operating example
43
As shown in the figure, the THS-S modular
thermostat activates
• the fan or the conditioner, when the temperature in the switchboard exceeds maximum
setpoint set using the knob at the top;
• the heating device connected, when the temperature in the switchboard drops below the
minimum setpoint set using the knob at the
bottom.
Green LED on:
cooling on
Cooling temperature
regulating knob
t“œ˜ž“‹–
Adjustment range:
from +20 °C to +60 °C
„“—
|™‹Ž
Green LED on:
heating on
Heating temperature
regulating knob
Adjustment range:
from 0 °C to +10 °C
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}‹¢“—Ÿ—žš™“˜ž
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—
01
Sensor installation
The temperature measuring sensor, which is
included in the package, has an operating range
of -30 °C to +85 °C and can be set at a distance
of up to 100 m.
44
—
01 Operating
principle of THS
modular thermostats
—
02 Installation
example of THS
modular thermostats
T I M E , S TA I R C A S E L I G H T I N G , T W I L I G H T S W I T C H E S A N D T H E R M O S TAT S
Operating principle
Modular thermometers let you control and keep a
heating or cooling element at a set temperature,
comparing the value read by the sensor with the
one set by the user.
The THS range can thus guarantee switchboard
operating reliability, perfect product conservation in refrigerated counters or cells, promote
greenhouse production, optimise drying cycles,
etc.
Application environments
THS thermostat installation is thus the best
way to regulate temperature in automation and
distribution switchboards, in heating systems,
in industrial applications or to control refrigerator systems, greenhouses, dryers or isothermal
folding portals.
Installation example
As shown in the diagrams, one of the possible applications consists in the installation of a THS-S
modular thermostat inside an automation or distribution switchboard where the temperature
must be kept at a set value. Thanks to the THS-S
thermostat, you can thus control the temperature, permitting cooling regulations between
+20 ÷ +60 °C and anti-condensation between
0 ÷ +10 °C. Furthermore, you can manage up to
3 kW of point heaters without having to use any
external contactors to manage the load.
AUXILIARIES
L1
N
sensor
THS-S
—
01
L1
2
1
THS-S
AUXILIARIES
THS-S
4
3
Heating
Cooling
SENSOR
8
10
L
THS-S
N
N
—
02
T H S M O D U L A R T H E R M O S TAT S
45
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46
5
—
Guide to installation
in residential buildings
Advanced technologies and performance:
ABB’s solutions integrate perfectly and provide
a complete, functional and elegant system able
to meet the requirements of every domestic and
working environment.
1 Outdoor lights in the garden
2 Irrigation pumps for the garden
3 Circulation pumps for swimming pools
4 Staircase and garage lights
5 Temperature and lighting control in greenhouses
6Skylights
7 Temperature and lighting control in cellars
8 Rolling shutter opening/closing
9 Pumps for fountains and canals
10 Temperature and lighting control in reptile
vivariums and/or aquariums
11 Turning convectors on/off
12 Heating elements in the roof
9
1
7
2
4
—
T1
—
T1 PLUS
—
AT1e-R
—
AT2e-R
—
AT72e
—
D1
8
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47
3
11
—
E 232-230
12
6
10
—
E 232-E230Multi 10
—
THS-C
—
THS-S
—
THS-W
48
T I M E , S TA I R C A S E L I G H T I N G , T W I L I G H T S W I T C H E S A N D T H E R M O S TAT S
1 The outdoor garden
lights are controlled by the
T1 twilight switch, which
turns them on and off
according to the preset
level of luminosity.
7 E 232-230Multi 10 turns
on the cellar lights when the
button is pressed. The lights
then remain on until the button is pressed again. However, the lights will still be
turned off after a preset
time if the user forgets to
press the button.
2 An AT72 electro-mechanical time switch controls
the irrigation pumps in the
garden by means of programmed time settings.
8 Thanks to twilight
switch T1, the shutters at
the windows of a house are
controlled depending on the
luminosity level outdoors.
3 The swimming pool
water pump is regulated by
digital time switch D1, which
allows the various jets to be
controlled separately.
9 The pump that circulates
the water is controlled
by the AT2e-R electromechanical time switch
according to the
programmed setting.
4 E 232-230Multi 10 turns
on the staircase lights for
the preset time and warns
the user with a double flash
before they go out.
10 The temperature in the
reptile vivarium or aquarium
is regulated by the heating
elements or fans controlled
by the THS thermostat.
5 The heating function in
greenhouses is regulated by
model THS-W, installed in
the switchboard along with
an AT1e time switch, which
controls the irrigation time
and a T line twilight switch
that automatically turns on
the lights.
11 The convectors are automatically regulated by the
D1 time switch according to
the program selected.
6 The skylight can be
opened and closed to suit
requirements by digital time
switch D1, or by the T1 PLUS
twilight switch for daytime
applications.
12 The roof temperature
can be monitored instant by
instant by means of the
THS, so as to turn on the
heating elements and
prevent ice from forming.
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50
—
Guide to installation
in commercial buildings
Use of time switches, twilight switches, thermostats and staircase
light switches achieves considerable energy savings in commercial
applications. Lights and comfort functions will only be available
when required in places open to the public and those reserved
to personnel, thus avoiding waste and helping to protect the
environment.
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
—
T1
2
Shop window lights
Conditioning and lighting systems
Main switchboard
Lights in corridors, rooms
Street lighting
Lighting of monuments
Church bells
Lighting in amusement parks
Lighting in parking lots
Circulation pump of public fountains
Advertising sign control
Christmas lights
—
T1 POLE
—
TWA-1
—
AT2e-R
—
D1
—
D2
—
E 232-230
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51
5
10
11
7
12
6
8
1
4
9
—
THS-S
52
T I M E , S TA I R C A S E L I G H T I N G , T W I L I G H T S W I T C H E S A N D T H E R M O S TAT S
1 The lighting in shop
windows is controlled by
the T1 twilight switch which,
in conjunction with one of
the ATe or D Line series of
time switches, turns off the
lights overnight to avoid
wasting energy.
7 Thanks to the D1 digital
time switch, the bells of a
church are controlled with
one of the various different
advanced functions allowing the user to regulate the
intervals of time between
one stroke and the next as
required.
2 The lighting and heating
systems are controlled
separately by means of a
D2 two-channel digital time
switch.
8 The lights in an amusement park are controlled
by the TWA-1 astronomical
twilight switch which,
without an external sensor,
allows them to function
regularly without being
affected by interference
that could cause faults.
3 Distribution switchboard with cooling fan and
heating elements controlled
by model THS-S.
9 The lights in a parking lot
can be controlled according
to the time of day or the level
of luminosity outdoors, functions which are achieved with
an ATe electro-mechanical
or D Line digital time switch,
or by means of a T Line twilight switch, respectively.
4 The sensor in the
corridor activates E 232-230,
which keeps the lights in
the rooms and corridors
on until the selected time
terminates.
10 The systems that pump
the water in the fountains
are controlled by the D1 digital time switch which,
thanks to its advanced functions, creates plays of water
like a sparkling waterfall or
an elegant spray in a very
simple way.
5 Twilight switch T1 POLE,
which can be installed on
a pole or wall, has a 10 lux
presetting and allows the
public street lighting to be
controlled in a very simple
way.
11 Advertising signs run
at preset times thanks to
a weekly or annual program
defined by a D Line or D 365
series of digital time
switches.
6 The artistically arranged
lighting for the buildings
and monuments in cities is
controlled by the D1 digital
time switch, which provides
a vast range of functions
to suit the type of effect
required.
12 In conjunction with
the D1 digital time switch,
the T1 twilight switch is
able to control skylights
automatically according to
the level of outdoor luminosity, creating lighting
effects thanks to the
different functions provided by the D Line digital
time switch itself.
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Guide to installation
in industrial buildings
Designed for ease of use, safety, comfort and energy savings,
ABB’s products optimize consumptions and increase the
efficiency in industries by automating the use of pumps, valves,
fans and motors with programs defi ned according to time,
temperature or light intensity settings.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Temperature control in switchboards
Temperature control in floor heating coils
Control of monitoring equipment
Re-circulating and mixing pumps
Food bins, galvanic tanks, etc.
Motorized valve control
Control of generic motors
Air circulation fans for special areas
Control of cold rooms
Road safety barriers
Control of electric fences
Control of the lighting systems in tunnels
10
—
T1 PLUS
—
THS-C
—
THS-W
—
THS-S
8
—
AT1e-R
—
AT2e-R
G U I D E TO I N S TA L L AT I O N I N I N D U S T R I A L B U I L D I N G S
3
5
1
6
—
D1
2
9
—
D2
11
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4
12
7
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1 The temperature in the
switchboards is controlled
by the THS-S, which maintains it at the selected
setpoint.
7 Various different types
of motors can be controlled
by the D1 digital time switch,
which cuts down on the
energy wasted thanks to its
advanced timing functions.
2 The temperature of the
coils is detected by the
external sensor of the THS
thermostat, which controls
the temperature according
to the preset value.
8 Air circulation fans for
special areas are automated
by the ATe weekly time
switch as established by
the program settings.
3 The ATe electro-mechanical or D Line digital time
switch can control various
different devices in simple
operating systems that do
not use a PLC.
9The THS-C model controls the cooling function
in the cold room.
4 Various pump models
for re-circulation or mixing
functions can be controlled
by the ATe series electromechanical time switches.
10 Road safety barriers for
access to unauthorized
areas on certain days of the
year for example, can be
conveniently controlled by
an hourly program in the
D1 digital time switch.
5 The temperature in
tanks, like the ones used for
foodstuffs, is kept accurately
at a setpoint by means of
THS thermostats, thus
ensuring high quality processing results.
11 To prevent unauthorized
persons or animals from
accessing areas during the
night, the electric fence is
controlled by the D1 digital
time switch, which keeps it
activated at preset times of
the day.
6 Motor-operated valves
are controlled according to
the temperature detected
by the THS thermostat,
which achieves higher
thermal precision thanks
to the low differential.
12 The lighting systems in
tunnels are controlled by the
T1 PLUS so as to guarantee
the correct degree of visual
perception inside and of the
indications in the lighting
systems in the external areas
just outside the tunnels.
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Guide to installation
in the agrifood sector
This application example highlights the versatile features of the THS
range, which is able to create the ideal environment in every situation
by adjusting the temperature in the switchboards and ensuring
reliable operation: in cold rooms and refrigerated counters so as to
perfectly preserve the foodstuffs, in greenhouses to encourage plant
growth and in dryers to optimize the processing cycles.
1
2
3
4
Temperature control in distribution switchboards
Refrigeration control in cold rooms
Temperature control in greenhouses
Temperature control of dryers
1 Distribution switchboard
with cooling fan and heating
elements controlled by
model THS-S.
2 The THS-C model controls the cooling function in
the cold room.
3 The heating function in
greenhouses is regulated by
model THS-W, installed in
the switchboard along with
an ATe time switch, which
controls the irrigation time
and a T Line twilight switch
that automatically turns on
the lights.
4 The correct temperature
in the dryer is guaranteed by
model THS-W.
—
T1 PLUS
—
THS-C
—
THS-W
—
THS-S
—
AT1e-R
G U I D E TO I N S TA L L AT I O N I N T H E A G R I F O O D S E C TO R
1
4
—
D1
—
D2
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2
3
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Order codes
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AT electro-mechanical time switches
Version
Description
type
ABB code
1NO
Daily time switch without reserve
AT1e
2CSM231205R0601
1NO
Daily time switch, running reserve
AT1e-R
1NO/1NC
Daily time switch without reserve
AT2
1NO/1NC
Daily time switch, running reserve
AT2-R
1NO/1NC
Weekly time switch, running reserve
1NO/1NC
Daily time switch without reserve
Contact
Bbn 8012542 Piece weight
EAN
kg
Nr of
modules
Pack.
312055
0.095
1
1
2CSM231215R0601
312154
0.095
1
1
2CSM204105R0601
041054
0.118
2
1
2CSM204115R0601
041153
0.118
2
1
AT2-7R
2CSM204125R0601
041252
0.118
2
1
AT2e
2CSM231225R0601
312253
0.118
2
1
1
1NO/1NC
Daily time switch, running reserve
AT2e-R
2CSM231235R0601
312352
0.118
2
1NO/1NC
Weekly time switch, running reserve
AT2e-7R
2CSM231245R0601
312451
0.118
2
1
1NO/1NC
Daily time switch without reserve
AT72e
2CSM231255R0601
312550
0.142
-
1
1NO/1NC
Daily time switch, running reserve
AT72e-R
2CSM231265R0601
312659
0.142
-
1
1NO/1NC
Weekly time switch, running reserve
AT72e-7R
2CSM231275R0601
312758
0.142
-
1
Bbn 8012542 Piece weight
EAN
kg
Nr of
modules
Pack.
—
D Line digital time switches
Contact
Version
Description
type
ABB code
1NO/NC
1 channel
D1
2CSM258763R0621
587637
0.140
2
1
1NO/NC
1 channel with key
D1 PLUS
2CSM257583R0621
575832
0.140
2
1
1NO/NC
1 channel with key synchronizable
D1 SYNCHRO
2CSM257493R0621
574934
0.140
2
1
2NO/NC
2 channels
D2
2CSM256313R0621
563136
0.140
2
1
2NO/NC
2 channels with key
D2 PLUS
2CSM277583R0621
775836
0.140
2
1
2NO/NC
1
2 channels with key synchronizable
D2 SYNCHRO
2CSM277363R0621
773634
0.140
2
-
Programming key
D KEY
2CSM277143R0621
771432
0.002
-
1
-
Programming software for D Line
D SW
2CSM299973R0621
999737
0.005
-
1
-
DCF77 antenna for D Line
D DCF77
2CSM299983R0621
999836
0.150
-
1
-
GPS antenna for D Line
D GPS
2CSM299993R0621
999935
0.150
-
1
ORDER CODES
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E 232 staircase lighting switches
Contact
Version
Description
type
ABB code
Bbn 8012542 Piece weight
Nr of
EAN
kg modules
1...7 min
Electro-mechanical staircase light switch
E 232-230V
2CDE110000R0501
548243
0.081
1
10
Pack.
0.5…20 min
Electronic staircase light switch
E 232E-230N
2CDE110003R0511
654166
0.083
1
10
0.5…20 min
Multivoltage electr. staircase light switch
E 232E-8/230N
2CDE010003R0511
654173
0.092
1
10
0.5…20 min
Multifunction electr. staircase light switch
E 232E-230Multi 10
2CDE110013R0511
654180
0.082
1
10
Multifunction multitvoltage electr.
staircase light switch E 232E-8/230Multi 10
2CDE010013R0511
654197
0.093
1
10
Nr of
modules
Pack.
0.076
1
1
0.5…20 min
—
T Line twilight switches and TWA astronomical twilight switches
Contact
1NO
Version
Description
type
ABB code
Bbn 8012542 Piece weight
EAN
kg
Twilight switch, 1 CH
T1
2CSM295563R1341
955634
1NO
Twilight switch advanced, 1 CH
T1 PLUS
2CSM295793R1341
957935
0.078
1
1
1NO
Twilight switch pole mounted, 1 CH
T1 POLE
2CSM295753R1341
957539
0.140
-
1
1
External sensor
LS-D
2CSM295723R1341
957232
0.069
-
1NO/NC
-
Astronomical twilight switch, 1 CH
TWA-1
2CSM204365R1341
043652
0.160
2
1
2NO/NC
Astronomical twilight switch, 2 CH
TWA-2
2CSM204375R1341
043751
0.160
2
1
Bbn 8012542 Piece weight
EAN
kg
Nr of
modules
Pack.
—
THS modular thermostats
Contact
Version
Description
type
ABB code
1NO/NC
Modular thermostat 0…+60 °C
THS-W
2CSM207083R1380
070832
0.180
2
1
1NO/NC
Modular thermostat -20…+40 °C
THS-C
2CSM251163R1380
511632
0.180
2
1
2NO
Modular thermostat for switchboards
THS-S
2CSM236803R1380
368038
0.200
2
1
-
Temperature detecting sensor, 1.5 m
THS-1
2CSM202033R1380
020332
0.0035
-
1
-
Temperature detecting sensor, 4 m
THS-4
2CSM277603R1380
776031
0.0035
-
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Wiring diagrams
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D GPS
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T Line twilight switches and TWA astronomical twilight switches
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Heating
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Overall dimensions
—
AT electro-mechanical time switches
AT1e, AT1e-R
1
3
5
7
AT2, AT2-R, AT2-7R, AT2e, AT2e-R,
AT2e-7R
AT72e, AT72e-R, AT72e-7R
45
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D Line digital time switches
90
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D1, D1 PLUS, D2, D2 PLUS
D1 SYNCHRO, D2 SYNCHRO
35
43.8
43.8
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OVER ALL DIMENSIONS
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E 232 staircase lighting switches
17.5
44
17.5
44
59
45
90
45
45
45
17.5
E 232E-230Multi 10
E 232E-8/230Multi 10
90
E 232E-230N
E 232E-8/230N
88
E 232-230
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58
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T Line twilight switches and TWA astronomical twilight switches
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Frequently asked questions
When is it better to use a digital time switch
rather than an electro-mechanical one?
Digital time switches are more accurate, take less
time to switch and have many more programming
functions (impulsive, cyclic, random, vacation
modes, etc.) than electro-mechanical time
switches. Moreover, they have a longer-lasting
running reserve (years instead of hours) since
they have no moving mechanical parts. Whatever
the application, when there are numerous,
frequent and different operations (daily, weekly
or annual), the D or D365 Line series time switches
provide a better performance with only a little
difference in price.
The permanent OFF position in an electromechanical time switch is not available for
the 1-channel model. How can it be obtained?
The permanent OFF position is used for servicing
work or holiday periods. In both cases, the load
can be disconnected permanently by merely disconnecting the protection on the supply side.
Can more than one sensor be connected with
models T1 and T1 PLUS?
No, one sensor must always be used for each
device.
Can different types of sensors be connected
with models T1 and T1 PLUS?
No, the only sensor allowed is the LS-D type.
When must an astronomical time switch be
used?
When the length of the connection between the
device and sensor exceeds 100 m, or when the
connection is too complicated (e.g., switchboard
installed in a cellar).
When the sensor cannot be installed away from
light sources (amusement parks, camp sites,
etc.).
When external agents prevent the sensor from
functioning correctly, e.g. pollution or vandalism.
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Glossary
Electro-mechanical: time switch programmed
by moving the positions of the tappets and
synchronized with a quartz battery or via the
network frequency.
Digital:
electronic time switch equipped with an LCD
display and sometimes with a programming
key so that programs can be exchanged.
Daily time setting: 24-hour periodic programming.
Hourly time setting: 1-hour periodic programming.
Weekly time setting: 7-day periodic programming.
Yearly time setting: 1-year periodic programming.
Running reserve: interval of time during which
a switch may function normally without network
supply voltage thanks to an internal backup
battery.
Minimum switching time: the shortest time
between an ON-OFF cycle.
Tappets: small sliding segments, generally
arranged in a circle on the frontal dial of an
electro-mechanical time switch. Their width
represents the minimum switching time.
Impulsive programming: programming function
with an extremely short load switching time.
Cyclic program: programming function for
periodically switching the load.
Lux: this is the International System’s unit of
measurement for illumination (lx symbol).
DCF77: the official German time signal permanently transmitted from Mainflingen, Germany
(500° 01’ N, 09° 00’ E) with 50 kW power. The
emitter’s reception range is around 2,500 km
with a precision of 1 second every 300,000 years.
GPS: the Global Positioning System (GPS) is a
satellite positioning system with continuous,
worldwide coverage. It is controlled by the
US Department of Defense. The GPS system
combines the time supplied by various atomic
clocks installed on board its satellites, while a
network of terrestrial stations determines and
corrects the errors. Since the time is obtained
from several different sources at the same time,
the clock can automatically compensate for
propagation delays and other problems, thus
achieving a precision of less than one second.
Astronomical time switch: twilight or digital
time switch able to forecast the exact time the
sun rises and sets according to the date and
latitude in which it is installed, without requiring
an external light sensor.
Switching delay: switching delay of a twilight
switch. It prevents untimely switching due to
rapid changes in the degree of light caused by
external factors (e.g. the headlights of a vehicle
or the shadow cast by a cloud).
Hysteresis: interval between light intensity
values that cause the ON-OFF switch to function:
it prevents switching oscillations at dawn and
dusk.
EEPROM memory: programmable, non-volatile
electronic memory device that keeps store and
safe the time and date settings even during a
power failure.
Network frequency synchronizing: synchronizing
system of an electro-mechanical time switch by
means of the network frequency, usually ensured
by a contract with a Public Utility Company.
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