iJaz Handbok ENG Rev_02.cdr

programmable wireless control system for beha panel heaters.
1 Welcome to the iJaz wireless control system.
The system controls BEHA Convector Panel Heaters type P
and L. In addition to the iJaz Central Control Unit each heater
needs a RP 200 Radio Plug for wireless communication
between the central control unit and the heater. A wireless
switch (SP 16) for switching on and off other appliances like
lights, coffee maker, hot water tank etc. is available. The SP 16
is designed for DIN wall power outlets.
iJaz can control up to 16 zones and each zone can control an
unlimited number of heaters and/or other appliances
respectively.
A zone can be a heating zone e.g. a living room or a switch
zone like the household coffee maker. Each of the 16 zones
has a unique address, preventing the possibility of a conflict
with another iJaz system. Each zone can have unlimited
numbers of units connected.
When installing the system start by planning all zones you
want the central unit to control. Install the heaters and the radio
plugs (RP 200). When installing the heaters use the heater
Bedroom 1
Bedroom 2
Kitchen
Living
room
Stove with RP200
Sp16, Wireless switch
Bath
Installation Instructions. To achieve the best possible
communication it is recommended installing the iJaz central
control unit in the centre of the house or flat.
The wireless connection of the iJaz central control will vary
depending on how many walls and types of walls the signal will
have to penetrate. The distance in open air is up to 300 metres.
Two independent programmes should be prepared.
Normal programme: This programme is for daily use and should
contain temperature reduction periods for each of the heating
zones. It is possible to programme each day differently with
minimum periods of 15 minutes. All heating zones have a factory
installed default weekly programme.
Away from home programme: This programme is used for longer
periods of absence, typically holidays, business trips etc.
Programme each heating zone to be as cold as possible to save
maximum energy. If you choose to leave the room temperature at
5 ºC or switch off the heaters completely in some of the rooms
please remember to set your return time to a few hours earlier
than your return. It takes some time to bring the room temperature
back to a normal level.
Installation.
Remove the wall bracket like this: 1. Press the lock. 2. Tilt it
upwards. 3. Slide the bracket off as shown.
iJaz is designed for wall installation. Start
with selecting the place of installation. The
recommended height from the floor to the
centre of the display is 160 cm to 180 cm,
depending on how tall the operators are. We
recommend that you familiarize yourself with
the product before it is mounted on the wall. It
will make it easier to choose the best
possible height. Connect the iJaz central
control to the power source. Then it is easier
to decide which angle gives better visual
display. The display contrast can be
adjusted.
When the location is decided it is time to fix
the wall bracket.
iJaz Central Control
User Instructions
Save energy!
Wireless control system for BEHA panel
heaters.
The iJaz system is simple in design and can
be installed without proffesional assistance.
Control 16 heater or switch zones,
touch screen operated.
Each zone can control an infinite numbers of
heaters or switches.
The iJaz central unit has a built in thermo meter
with output for frost alarm.
Possible to connect a GSM receiver for remote
control.
iJaz can be installed onto a wall
junction box to hide the cable if
desired or directly on the wall. A
9V power supply for connection
to 230V single phase supply is
included.
The figure shows how to connect the power supply. Only the
power supply delivered with the product should be used.
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Hall
BEHA ELEKTRO AS
N-3940 PORSGRUNN, Norway
The sketch shows iJaz with six heater zones and two switch
zones. The living room is split into two zones; one zone
covering three heaters and the other covering one switch.
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Adjusting time and date
Adjusting time and date
Date
Time
Sett correct date and time!
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post@beha.no
4 Establish and connect zones
When starting iJaz the correct time and date must be set. The time and
date can also be entered in “Menu Settings”.
How to set time and date: use the arrow keys to move left and right. The
cursor will move and indicate the value to set using the + and keys.
When setting is completed press OK. (The display is pressure sensitive
and works as a keyboard.)
Heaters
Switch
www.beha.no
6 Symbols explanations
After the first zone has been entered with a name it will appear on the screen.
Additional zones are established by pressing “NEW”. Repeat the procedure
until all planned zones are entered. Incorrect entries can be corrected by
using the “Delete/change” key. From the main screen you will find the
procedure for “Establish and Connect Zones” when pressing key “Menu”
and “Zones”. You may at any time add new zones, delete zones and change
the name of zones.
When pressing i key the user information appears. The i key is
present in almost all the screens giving explanations to the current
picture. It makes the iJaz simple to use.
The symbol
shows that a connecting attempt has not been made.
When the “Connect” key is pressed iJaz starts transmitting its unique code
for the chosen zone. The code is transmitted continuously until “OK” is
pressed. The icon in the upper left corner shows it is a heater zone. A heater
or a switch is connected to the chosen zone by pressing the “PAUSE” button
on the RP 200 or SP 16 for 3 to 5 sec. If the connection is successful the unit
will give a acknowledgement signal by 3 blinks of the green LED. See RP
200 and SP 16 User Instructions. After connecting all heaters or switches in
the zone, complete the procedure by pressing “OK”.
Repeat the procedure for the remaining zones. It is possible at any time to
connect additional heaters or switches to a heater or switch zone by pressing
“Connect” for the wanted zone. Then press “PAUSE” on the RP 200, SP 16
respectively.
Zone, type and name
Choosing a zone
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After time and date is set the system moves directly to choosing a zone.
The planned zones must be entered into the programme. The main
screen will show the zones in the same sequence as they were entered,
first on top, next as second etc.
A zone can control either heaters or wireless switches, not both. When a
zone is established a choice must be made to whether it is a heater zone
or a switch zone. Zones are made under “Menu” and “Zones”. The icon
indicating a heater zone is illustrated as a heater radiating heat waves.
The icon of a switch zone is illustrated as a wall socket.
5 Main Screen
A heat zone indicated by the icon in the upper left corner is established.
After the icon is the chosen zone name. The writing keys are similar to
and used in the same way as the key pad of a mobile phone. Press OK
when the zone name is entered. Many of the windows have a return key,
bringing you back to the previous screen.
The symbols appearing in the zones are:
Indicates the temperature setting of the heater is being maintained.
The communication LED on the RP 200 will show a steady green light.
Indicates lowering the temperature by 5 ºC room temperature from
the set thermostat temperature.
The communication LED on RP 200 will show a blinking green light.
Frost safeguard. Maintaining a minimum of 5 ºC in the room.
The communication LED on RP 200 will show a fast blinking green
light.
Heater off. The heater will not produce any heat.
The communication LED on RP 200 will show an orange light.
This function can be used with the “Away from home” programme only.
Switch is on.
Switch is off.
Shows a zone in PAUSE mode. Heaters connected to this zone will
operate to the temperature set. If the zone is a switch zone the
automatic on/off functions are cancelled and the set PAUSE mode
prevails.
Indicates that an attempt to connect the zone has not been done.
7 Available units
This is the main screen after zones have been established and connected.
The upper grey field contains information about the current programme
mode, time and date and the room temperature where iJaz is installed. In this
main screen the zones from our example have been connected. More zones
will appear on the screen when using the up and down keys.
Model: RP200
Radio plug for BEHA heaters, white or black.
EL-nr:
5449901 hvit
5449902 sort
Model: SP16
Radio switch for DIN sockets
EL-nr: 5449903
Rev. A
8 Programming of zones - Heater Zone
Touch
on the main screen while the zone you want to
programme is marked. The first
screen appearing shows the
setting for one week. Our
example shows a heating zone.
How to change the setting on
Saturday and Sunday: Touch
Saturday and Sunday. A frame
will show the days chosen. Press
“Change Day”.
9 How to activate “Away from home” programme 11 Menu settings
Press
in main screen when “Away from home” is going to be
activated. You can select between
“Pending further action” or
“Limited period”.
“Pending further action” is
selected when time of return
(coming home) is uncertain. The
“Away from home” programme
will remain activated until normal
mode is again selected.
The chosen days will appear.
The top of the graph bar shows
the time is 00 hrs, the bottom is
24 hrs. Use the up and down
keys to move vertically on the
bar. One of three function
settings is possible: Set Room
Temperature, Lower 5 ºC or
Frost Safeguard (snow crystal).
If “Limited Period” is selected the
time and date from/to has to be
set. iJaz will thus automatically
select the “Away from home”
programme for the specified
period.
“kWh” key, please see explanation in section 13
Programming of zones - Switch Zone
An on/off switch zone is
programmed the same way as
a heater zone, refer to
introduction in section 8. When
“Suitcase/Pause” button is
pressed the switch zone mode
can be selected if the zone is
activated by the “Away from
home” or “Pause” programme.
on the main screen to enter main menu for settings.
The main screen gives you four
possibilities:
“Date/time” is for setting the
correct date and time.
Press “Zones” for adding or
changing zones, refer to section 4.
Press “Consume” for checking the
electricity consumption for the last
24 hrs, week or month. This will
only be possible if the electricity
metre is connected to the iJaz
system. Please see section 13
about saving electricity.
Press
And
This function will only work with a newer type of electric metre
having pulse connection. Connecting the electric metre to the
iJaz will have to be done by a certified electrician only!
When pressing “SET” the
impulse frequency of the
electric metre has to be
entered as well as the excess
consumption limit. iJaz will
show the consumption during
the past 24 hrs, the past seven
days and the past three weeks.
Control of excess
consumption can be achieved
by pressing the “kWh” key in
the zone screen. The
possibility to select mode of
the zone when excess
consumption occurs can be
programmed separately for
each zone. It works basically
as the “Away from home”
programme. If the heat zone of
the living room is programmed
to lower room temperature 5°C
it will be activated when iJaz
detects excess consumption.
Press “System” for adjusting the
screen contrast, carry out a radio
transmitting test or establishing a
pin code for protection of the
settings. When “Radio Test” is
pressed iJaz will transmit a test
signal. All units connected will
pause and the pause LED will
blink.
The date and time from/to is set as
described in section 2. Use the
left/right arrows and the +/- keys.
Press OK when the time frame is
set.
If none of the three possibilities
have been selected nothing will
change when you move the
cursor up or down the graph bar.
If one of the keys is pressed the
selected function will be entered
into the programme next time the
up or down arrow keys are
pressed. A bold frame around
the function key shows which
key is selected.
When pressing the suitcase icon
“Away from home” (first screen
of the zone programme) you can
select the setting of the absent
zone: Since this is a heater zone
the selections available are: normal programme, lower 5 ºC,
frost guard or switch off. If
“Normal” is selected it means
that the normal programme will
be in use when “Away from
home” mode is activated.
Press
13 Saving energy at excess consumption
After programming the “Away
from home” setting this is how the
screen may look. The “Suitcase”
icon has been replaced by the
“House” icon, indicating normal
programme mode.
To delete or change the “Away
from home” programme press
,
then press “Activate Normal” or
“Modify away from home”.
To e s t a b l i s h a P I N - c o d e
protection press the “YES” key.
Then press “SET” key to activate.
At this point you may choose a
PIN-code by entering four digits,
then press “OK”. When the PINcode is activated any change of
settings will have to be initiated by
the code. When the code has
been entered the system will be
open for changes for as long as
the backlight is on, meaning you
do not have to enter the code for
every change. The backlight will
be on for approximately 3 minutes
after the last key operation. Then
the code is activated again.
10 Pause function
Press
on the main screen for activating pause.
One or more zones can be set to
pause mode. Pause mode can be
used when you are at home or at a
time when you are normally away.
Select the zone you want to set to
pause mode. The screen will
show the possibilities between
activating the selected zone only
or all zones.
If you want all zones in pause
mode press “All zones” and then
“Activate”.
The “Pause” symbol ll
will
appear in front of the zones in the
main screen.
In order to turn off the pause mode
press “Pause” button, then press
“Selected zone” or “All zones”
(depending on the previous
choice) and then “Deactivate”.
The pause mode does not have any automatic delete function. If
“Pause” is activated it will be in pause mode until it is deactivated.
If, on the other hand, the pause mode on external units (RP 200
and SP 16) that are connected have an automatic deactivating
function when they are in use. You will find more information on
RP 200 and SP 16 pause functions in their user manuals.
(As a backup the code 1917 will always
work in case the set code is forgotten.)
12 NB!
At room temperature below 10 ºC the LCD screen will appear
darker and the reaction time will be slower.
If a heater zone is programmed to be switched off with the
setting “Switch zone off” the zone will not be protected by
“Frost Safeguard”.
14 Connections
On the backside of the iJaz unit the connecting points are:
Terminal 1 and 2: Frost detector alarm. This exit connects if
the temperature goes below 5°C. The temperature is
measured by iJaz. This function can be connected to the house
alarm system.
Terminal 3: Not in use, the system is prepared for future
functions not available today.
Terminal 4 and 5: Connecting terminal 4 to terminal 5 will start
the “Away from home” function. An external switch can be used
for this purpose. The external switch can be a GSM controlled
switch which can be used for starting the heaters from a mobile
phone (SMS).
Terminal 6 and 7: For
connection of the electric metre
(metres with pulse terminal).
iJaz will register total
consumption.
Terminal 7 and 8: The short
circuit between 7 and 8 MUST
NOT BE REMOVED. The short
circuit is to be removed when
updating the iJaz software only.
This should be done by
authorised personnel only. A USB
port is available for regular
service functions.
Rev. 01