P30 User Manual | Short Form | EN | 04-2011

USER MANUAL
| Short Form |
FIELD TEST TOOL FOR EnOcean©
REFERENCE TOOL FOR
PLANNING – INSTALLATION – COMMISSIONING
SERVICE – DOCUMENTATION
EnOcean© PLATFORM
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DOLPHIN SUPPORT
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DAY TO DAY USE
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ALL TELEGRAM TYPES
REMOTE MANAGEMENT
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SMART ACKNOWLEDGE
ENCRYPTION
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RELIABLE DOCUMENTATION
INTUITIVE OPERATION
SMALL AND HANDY
LIGHTWEIGHT AND ROBUST
UPDATE ABLE
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P30 QUICK START
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Check scope of delivery according to section technical data on page 7.
Insert two new dry cells or charged batteries into battery compartment; check polarity carefully!
Switch on P30 by touching the ON / OFF touch-button for more than 3s.
Boot screen is shown followed by the P30 main menu; now the unit is ready for use.
P30 documentation may also be found on the USB memory stick that is shipped with the unit!
REMARK
The four P30 buttons are state of the art touch-type buttons that respond to finger tips. No manual
pressure is required to activate them.
Internal antenna
Do not touch!
Step menu up
Increase value
Step menu back
Stop action
Move cursor left
Activate back-light (3s touch)
Enter menu item
Confirm value or action
Move cursor right
ON / OFF (3s touch)
Step menu down
Decrease value
The P30 main menu is built from five menu items that correspond with the five typical use cases
during planning, installation, commissioning and service of EnOcean © networks.
Menu
Use Cases
Areas of Application
Documentation
Radio Network
Radio link reliability
at a glance
Planning, installation,
commissioning, service
USB memory
Repeater
Repeater operation to
optimize positioning
Planning, installation,
commissioning, service
USB memory
Radio Link Test
Quality of a radio link
between point A and B
Planning, commissioning,
service
USB memory
Remote Management
Configuration without
physical access
Commissioning, service
PRO>ID Toolbox
Analysis of data stored
on USB memory
Commissioning, service
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P30 QUICK START
SETUP OF P30
When putting a P30 into operation for the first time or in case of discontinued supply of power in
between individual operations it is advised to set time and date of the built in real time clock. This
secures correct time stamping in the P30 log files. Please note that retrospective corrections of log
files are not possible. Further, menu language and display contrast may be set by the user at any
time.
To set up a P30, please follow the steps below:
(1) Enter | Main Menu | of P30 by touching ◄ button repeatedly
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
Enter | Setup | menu by touching ▲ und ▼ buttons simultaneously for 3s
Set correct date in sub-menu | Date/Time | Date |
Set correct time in sub-menu | Date/Time | Time |
Change menu language in sub-menu | P30 Setup |
Adjust LC display contrast in sub-menu | P30 Setup | Display Contrast |
(7) Exit | Setup | menu by touching ◄ repeatedly
USB CONNECTIVITY
EXTERNAL POWER SUPPLY
Type A socket:
USB memory
Type micro-B socket:
External power supply
Switch over from internal to external power supply can be done by simply plugging in a USB cable
connected to an external power source. This does not cause any operational interruption and is
very helpful in case data logging to a USB memory needs to be extended to a much longer time
frame, such as for documentation purposes.
REMARKS
Connect the P30 to a USB port that is compliant to the USB specification and that is able to
deliver 500mA of supply current. Other USB ports or USB hubs may cause problems with power
supply handling.
Batteries inserted in the battery compartment of a P30 are not charged from an external power
supply connected to the device.
SECURITY ADVICE
To externally power a P30 use the USB interface of a computer, the power supply shipped with
the P30 or the supply that is available as an accessory. Please note that usage of other external
power sources may cause severe damage to the unit itself as well as it may cause personal injury
to the user of a P30, which both explicitly is excluded from any warranty and / or product liability.
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P30 OPERATION
P30 MAIN MENU
P30 SUB MENU / LEVEL 1
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Radio Network
Repeater
Radio Link Test
Remote Management
PRO>ID Toolbox
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Time and date
Dry cell / battery capacity 100%
Dry cell / battery to be replaced
(shown only with internal supply)
USB memory inserted,
read / write access working
RLT
Start RLT
Logging OFF
Name of the selected sub-menu is shown
in the upper left corner:
RNA
RPP
RLT RLT
RMR
PRO>ID
Logging OFF
Cursor set to menu item,
enter sub menu by touching 
P30 PARAMETER EDITING
Selection menu, indicated by the 
symbol shown right hand of a menu entry
P30 SELECTION MENU
Edit SC
F1
0...F
E2
Radio Network Analysis
Repeater / Postmaster
Radio Link Test
Remote Management Radio
PRO>ID Toolbox
RLT
RPP
D3
C4
Start RLT
Starte
RLT
Logging AUS
Repeater
L1
Logging ON
CURSOR
Parameters are edited by incrementing
or decrementing of individual digits. Input
ranges are limited to reasonable values.
A Selection Menu toggles all possible states
when button  is touched repeatedly.
Example: Security Code (SC)
Example: Configuration of Repeater
CURSOR
0...F
Select digit to be edited by
using the buttons ◄ 
Repeater L1
Repeater L2
Increment / decrement value
of selected digit by using the
buttons ▲ ▼
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P30 RNA MODE
RADIO NETZWERK ANALYSIS – RNA
RNA
Monitor all
Monitor captured
PRO>ID>LIST – Live
PRO>ID>LIST – File
RNA – Monitor all
00 12 D4 F8
L2
L Y
 to capture
Other
RNA – Monitor captured
00 12 D4 F8
D
L1
L2
L Y
The Radio Network Analysis mode gives precise information
about the radio link quality and the radio paths available in
an EnOcean© installation.
Monitoring of all radio communication is possible as well as
setting a filter on an individual EnOcean © ID.
| Monitor all | is used to monitor all EnOcean© based radio
communication. The P30 display shows the EnOcean © ID
received (top left), as well as the radio link quality on the
most reliable radio path available.
The information displayed is shown for about 250ms per
message. Then, the display either is cleared or it is refreshed
with information from a subsequent message.
Touching the button  captures an ID and sets a filter on it.
In parallel the P30 changes to | Monitor captured |. Now,
the display indicates all possible radio paths and shows the
radio link quality received per each of them. At a glance a
P30 user discovers whether repeaters are in operation and
how the radio paths differ in their radio link quality. The
display content will not be cleared but it will be updated with
the latest information from the same EnOcean © ID.
Non EnOcean© radio signals on the same radio channel are
indicated by the Other bar graph.
| PRO>ID>LIST – Live | stores up to 72 messages and
allows for in detailed analysis right on the P30.
Other
| PRO>ID>LIST – File | is used to store all radio channel
activities on a USB memory stick.
INDICATION OF RADIO LINK QUALITY AND RADIO PATHS PER EACH EnOcean © MESSAGE
Excellent radio link quality, distance below 5m
Very good radio link quality, permanently
reliable operation at high signal margin
Good radio link quality, permanently reliable
operation with sufficient signal margin
Low radio link quality, no permanently reliable
operation with in wall mount devices possible
Other
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Field strength of non EnOcean applications
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D
Direct radio link
L1
Repeater level 1
L2
Repeater level 2
L
Teach-in telegram
Y
EnOcean© signal
receive indicator
Additional results /
details available,
scroll up / down
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P30 TECHNICAL DATA
RADIO
P30 315MHz
P30 868MHz
315.0MHz
868.3MHz
Type Approval
FCC / IC CFR-47 Part 15
R&TTE EN 300 220
Radio Standard
EnOcean© 315MHz ERP1
EnOcean© 868MHz ERP1
Frequency
Modulation
ASK 125kbps
Sensitivity
-93dBm (typ.)
Transmitter Level
Antenna
Receiver Level
Transmitter Operation
Platform
TEST CASES
EnOcean© Telegrams
EnOcean©
Sub Telegrams
Signals from other
Frequency Users
Repeater
Radio Link Test
Remote Management
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< 75.6dbµV/m (d=3m)
+5dBm ERP
Helix, integrated
Monopole, integrated
-94dBm … -45dBm, 1dB Resolution
Repeater, Postmaster, Radio Link Test, Remote Management
DOLPHIN 315MHz
DOLPHIN 868MHz
P30 315MHz
P30 868MHz
Signal quality direct link / repeater level 1 / repeater level 2
Any type of DOLPHIN telegram
Sub telegram count
Payload data
Time stamp
Support of encrypted and non-encrypted communication
Signal level direct link / repeater level 1 / repeater level 2
Timing sub telegrams direct link / repeater level 1 / repeater level 2
Integrity of payload
Signal level
Duration of frequency occupation
>15ms signal capturing time
Repeater level 1 / level 2 configurable
EEP 07-3F-00: master / slave with temporary pairing
Optionally fixed pairing of two P30 with optimized feature set
According to specification “EnOcean Remote Management”
Remote Learn, Remote Flash Read
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P30 TECHNICAL DATA
OPERATION
Menu Language
P30 315MHz
P30 868MHz
English (German via Setup Menu)
Key Pad
4 touch buttons, water and dust proof
Display
Monochromatic 5.2cm graphic display,sun light readable
switchable LED back light
Real Time Clock
Time and date with back-up, 1ms time stamp resolution
Documentation
EnOcean© telegrams plus frequency usage by other users
P30 log files secured against manipulation
Capacity >365 days on a 1GB USB memory
Analysis
Power Supply
Operating Time
USB 2.0 (Full Speed)
Software Update
GENERAL
Size
Conversion tool P30 → CSV / XML, runs from USB Stick (.NET 3.5)
XML format suited for DolphinView© of EnOcean GmbH
2 dry cells or batteries, AA type (LR06 1,5V / 1,25V)
USB power supply / USB interface of a computers (500mA)
Dry cells: about 14 hours of radio network analysis, w/o back light
External power supply: 100% duty cycle
Type A socket: logging onto USB memory, up to 4GB
Type micro-B socket: power supply
Via USB memory, no PC tool required
P30 315MHz
P30 868MHz
118mm x 75mm x 28mm (H x W x D)
Weight
145g w/o batteries, about 210g including batteries
Operating Conditions
0°C … 45°C
10%rH … 95%rH (non condensing)
Storage Conditions
-15°C … +65°C
10%rH … 98%rH (non condensing)
Marking
Scope of Supply
Order Number
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FCC-ID / IC-ID
CE
P30 315MHz
USB stick, USB cable
Quick Start Guide DE / EN
P30 868MHz
USB stick, USB cable
Power Supply, Euro Plug
Quick Start Guide DE / EN
1205005101R
1205005001R
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P30 INFORMATION
WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC: Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment
Waste electric and electronic equipment requires professional recycling and by no
means it may be disposed to non-recyclable waste.
As the P30 is a B2B product it is sold to business users only and, if not otherwise
agreed upon with ViCOS, at the end of the P30 life cycle such business users
have to take care for a professional recycling conforming to applicable laws.
GERMANY only: According to “Elektro und Elektronikgeräte Gesetz (ElektroG)”
the return of a P30 to any public recycling center is not allowed.
P30 868MHz: CE Conformity
(AN 1000107)
Radio type approval and EMC according to R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC.
Electronics compliant to RoHS Directive 2002/95/EC.
P30 315MHz: Contains FCC ID: SZV-STM300C
(AN 1000106)
The enclosed device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (i.) this device may not cause harmful interference
and (ii.) this device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Contains IC: 5731A-STM300C.
POINT OF CONTACT
ViCOS GmbH
Eugen-Müller-Str. 14
5020 Salzburg
AUSTRIA
T: +43 (662) 435551 0
F: +43 (662) 435551 10
E: P30@probare.at
P30_UM_short_EN_2013_01 | 05-2013 | Firmware A03.01 R02.49
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