Legrand Home Scene Interface Installation Instruction

Legrand Home Scene Interface Installation Instruction
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Title: MRHC3/MRRC3 Installation Instructions
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Specifications
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Input Voltage.............................. 12-24VDC, 200mA minimum
Control Inputs................3-24VDC, 33ms hold time minimum
Output . ...........................................24VDC, 150mA maximum
AC-DC adaptor (provided)
Input . ..............................................................120VAC, 60Hz
Output........................................................... 24VDC, 200mA
Removable
Terminal
Block
Power Supply
House or Room
Scene Interface
Status LED
Description
Installation Instructions
MRHC3
and MRRC3
House and Room Scene Inerfaces
The MRHC3 and MRRC3 Scene Interfaces offer Top Dog™
wireless network interconnectivity to common electronic
control devices. With this interconnectivity, house and
room scenes are invoked based on inputs from the
external control device. Application examples include
alarm systems, astronomic time clocks, motion sensors
and garage doors integrated with the wireless network to
execute house and room scenes.
After a power failure, all wireless devices automatically
return to the state that they were in immediately prior to loss
of power. All configuration and scene control information is
preserved.
Top Dog™ Wireless Communication
Application Assistance
Wireless devices use radio signals to communicate with
each other to control lighting and other types of electric
loads in selected areas. These wireless devices use the
900MHz band for high-speed control communication. Using
the “frequency-agile” Top Dog™ technology, these wireless
devices avoid interference with other 900MHz devices, such
as cordless phones and baby monitors.
The Scene Interfaces function as part of a network that
may contain a variety of wireless devices. Instructions
for installation, binding operations, and use are included
with the relevant wireless devices. Application support
information and installation guides for Legrand wireless
network devices are available online.
Operation
The scene interfaces can be setup in one of two operating
modes to accept either maintained or momentary inputs.
They can initiate scenes based on active high, active low,
maintained or momentary control signals. For momentary
applications, a minimum hold time of 33ms is required so
the scene interface can process the change-of-state. The
scene assignments are fixed and cannot be changed.
Mode A, typically used with momentary control signals,
uses scenes 6 and 8 for inputs 1 and 2. Input 3 invokes the
house or room on/off scene of a controller paddle.
Mode B, typically used with maintained control signals,
uses scenes 6, 7, 8 and 9 for inputs 1 and 2. Input 3 on the
MRHC3 invokes the house “panic” scene, and on the MRRC3
it can be used to inhibit execution of scenes bound to the
other inputs.
The MRHC3 interface is a house level scene controller.
Please refer to Table 1 and Table 2 for more information
about its operating modes.
The MRRC3 interface is a room level scene controller.
Please refer to Table 3 and Table 4 for more information
about its operating modes.
Power Fail Memory
Installation
The interface can be installed in an equipment room, garage
or user occupied space within radio range of the wireless
network devices and within convenient wiring distance to the
external output device.
A screw slot on the base of the unit is provided for wall
mounting. Radio communication cannot be guaranteed if the
unit is mounted in a metallic electrical enclosure.
1. Complete the physical installation and binding of
all other wireless devices in the network. Use an
appropriate scene controller or hand held scene remote
programmed for scene set 6-10 to set up the scenes
that will be executed based on the inputs from the
MRHC3 or MRRC3. See “More Scenes” in the installation
instructions provided with the controller or remote to
program the device for scenes 6-10.
2. Wire the external devices to the appropriate terminals on
the MRHC3 or MRRC3, according to the instructions in
the WIRING APPLICATIONS section of this manual.
3. Plug the power supply into a convenient 120VAC outlet,
and connect the power cord to the MRHC3 or MRRC3’s
power socket.
4. The status LED lights yellow, indicating that the unit
is ready for configuration. See SET HOUSE ID in this
manual.
Wiring applications
Astronomic Time Clock
All wiring to the MRHC3 and MRRC3 is Class 2 low voltage
and shall meet local code for Class 2 Equipment wiring.
Both interfaces use removable screw terminal blocks
for easy wiring access. Power to the scene interfaces is
provided by a plug-in power supply.
A time clock application is nearly identical to that of a motion
sensor. Mode-B allows a transition between two scenes, or
Mode-A executes a single scene.
Output Power: Two terminals allow the interfaces to power
external sensors: 24VDC and Ground. The 24VDC output
is capable of supplying up to 150mA to power external
occupancy sensors or other devices.
Primary applications include motion sensors, alarm
systems, time clock and home/away functions when
interfaced to a garage door. The followng sections provide
wiring instructions specific to each type of application along
with operating mode suggestions.
Garage Door
Interface the MRHC3 or MRRC3 to a multi-channel garage
door controller with at least 3 channels. Use two channels to
execute the home and away features, while the third channel
toggles the garage door open or closed. On a 4-channel
interface, the 4th channel can operate a gate or second door.
Use Mode-A to set up the MRHC3 or MRRC3 for home and
away applications.
Power
Optional
COM
1 NO
NC
4-Channel COM
NO
Garage 2 NC
COM
Door
3 NO
NC
Control
COM
4 NO
NC
150ma max.
Ground
Ground
COM
Input 1
NO
Input 2
Input 3
Room or House
Scene Interface
MRRC3 (Only) — Scene Inhibit
The purpose of the scene inhibit feature in Mode-B is to lock
out signals on input 1 and 2 when input 3 is high. When input
3 goes high, signals to inputs 1 & 2 are ignored. This function
is commonly used with a motion detector in conjunction with
a time clock or similar device.
When input 3 goes low, signals at input 1 and input 2 will
recall scenes as appropriate for MRRC3 Mode-B binding
(see Table 4).
150ma max.
Ground
Home
Input 1
24VDC Out.
Power
Motion
Sensor
150ma max.
Ground
Ground
COM
Input 1
NO
Input 2
Input 2
Input 3
DOOR(1)
DOOR(2)
Room or House
Scene Interface
Input 3
Power
Time Clock
Ground
MRRC3 Room
Scene Interface
COM
Motion Sensor
A motion sensor application could use either Mode-A or
Mode-B. Most applications would use Mode-B. In this
configuration, a scene executes when the sensor initially
detects motion and a second scene executes when the
motion sensor determines that the space is unoccupied.
However, Mode-A allows Auto-ON, Manual-OFF and ManualON Auto-OFF functions. A manual-ON Auto-OFF application
requires the input to be wired to a NC contact and the scene
stored to turn the appropriate lighting off.
24VDC Out.
(Only)
NC
user interface
The user interface consists of two pushbuttons and a multicolor LED for device status.
Pushbuttons
The pushbuttons are the Top button ( ) and the Bottom
button ( ).
150ma max.
Binding Operations
Ground
Ground
COM
Input 1
Press both buttons simultaneously ( ) for about 2 seconds to
initiate binding operations.
NO
Input 2
Operating Mode Selection
Input 3
See Switching Operating Modes, next page.
Power
Motion
Sensor
24VDC Out.
Power
24VDC Out.
Ground
Away
Time Clock
Room or House
Scene Interface
Reset to Factory Default/unconfigure
When both the buttons are simultaneously pressed for a
period of 10 seconds, the device performs a system reset
and clears all memory contents. This resets the device to
an unbound un-configured state (the LED changes to solid
yellow).
Status LED Indicator
Scene Binding
The LED can display one of three colors: green, yellow
(amber, a combination of red and green), or red. The color
can be constant, or can flash at one of three rates to further
distinguish reported conditions.
Bind other wireless devices in the system to appropriate
groups and rooms before you attempt to execute scenes
from the Scene Interface. The Scene Interface can not be
used to set up or record scenes. Use an appropriate scene
controller, scene remote or a MR232 and a PC running a
terminal emulator to set up and record scenes.
To determine the flash rate, count the
number of flashes in 5 seconds:
5 flashes........................................................................ 1 Hz
10 flashes...................................................................... 2 Hz
15 flashes...................................................................... 3 Hz
Switching Operating Modes
You can change the operating mode selection at any time.
1.
MRHC3/MRRC3 LED Indications are as follows:
Color
none
Green
Behavior
Off
On, not flashing
Green
Flashing @ 2 Hz
Yellow
Yellow
On, not flashing
Flashing @ 2 Hz
Yellow
Flashing @ 3 Hz
Red
Flashing @ 2 Hz
Meaning
Device is not powered.
Device is powered, has a house ID, operating normally.
Device transmitted a message on the
wireless network.
Device does not have a house ID.
Device is part of a binding process. Binding was started by some other device.
Device is the master of a binding process.
Binding was started on this device and
must be stopped on this device.
Device has encountered an error. An invalid command was attempted. If MRRC3
and it flashes after button press or input
change of state, the unit needs to be
bound to a room.
Set House ID
All wireless devices installed in the same system must
acquire the same unique House ID before use. This process
is known as house binding. Each wireless device is bound
to all other wireless devices in the house. If you are not
familiar with the binding processes for the wireless devices
in your installation, please review the Installation Guide, or
individual installation instructions provided with the devices.
The House ID binding serves two functions. First, it gives
the Scene Interface the same House ID as the rest of
the wireless network, second, it defaults the interface to
operating Mode-A.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Make sure all devices are installed and energized and
all group, house, and room bindings are complete.
Make sure that every other wireless device LED is
green and the MRHC3/MRRC3 is yellow (amber).
Press on any previously bound device until its LED
flashes amber (about 2 seconds).
Verify that the LED on the MRHC3/MRRC3 starts
flashing green. This sets the House ID to match the
other devices in the house, and sets the interface for
operating Mode-A.
Return to the same previously bound device used
in step 2 and press until its LED changes to solid
green (about 2 seconds). All device LEDs including the
MRHC3/MRRC3 should now be solid green.
To change to Mode-B, see Switching Operating Modes.
•
•
2.
Press both buttons on the MRHC3/MRRC3
simultaneously ( ) until the LED starts flashing (about
2 seconds).
To configure for Mode-A press and hold the top button
( ) until the LED flashes RED.
To configure for Mode-B press and hold the bottom
button ( ) until the LED flashes GREEN.
Press both buttons on the MRHC3/MRRC3
simultaneously ( ) again until the LED stops flashing
and changes to solid green (about 2 seconds).
MRHC3 - House Operating Mode-A
For Mode-A, inputs 1 & 2 execute their scene on the rising
edge only. No scene executes on the falling edge. ModeA is primarily intended for momentary control signals,
however, some maintained applications can use this feature
to provide either an Auto-On, Manual-OFF or Manual-On,
Auto-OFF control configuration.
Input 3 is intended for maintained input signals to execute a
House-ON scene on the rising edge and a House-OFF scene
on the falling edge, as outlined in Table 1 below.
Table 1: Default House Mode-A
State
Function
1
INPUT
High
Low
House Scene 6
None
2
High
Low
House Scene 8
None
3
High
Low
House On Scene
House Off Scene
MRHC3 - House Operating Mode-B
In Mode-B, inputs 1, 2, and 3 are applicable to maintained
inputs only since a scene is executed on both the rising and
falling edges.
Inputs 1 and 2 use fixed house scenes as shown in Table 2
below. The scene shown is executed on the rising (high) and
falling (low) edges.
Input 3 provides an Over-Ride to PANIC scene on the rising
edge and a Revert Over-Ride to return the house (exit
PANIC) to the previous state on the falling edge.
Table 2: House Mode-B
State
Function
1
INPUT
High
Low
House Scene 6
House Scene 7
2
High
Low
House Scene 8
House Scene 9
3
High
Low
Over-Ride to Panic
Revert Over-Ride (Panic Off)
MRRC3 - Room Operating Mode-A
Testing
In Mode-A, inputs 1 & 2 execute their scene on the rising
edge only. No scene executes on the falling edge. ModeA is primarily intended for momentary control signals,
however, some maintained applications can use this feature
to provide either an Auto-On, Manual-OFF or Manual-On,
Auto-OFF control configuration.
You can test scene recall for Inputs 1 & 2 by pressing the top
button ( ) or the bottom button ( ). The LED will blink twice
indicating the command was sent.
Input 3 is intended for maintained input signals to execute a
Room-ON scene on the rising edge and a Room-OFF scene
on the falling edge, as outlined in Table 4 below.
Table 3: Default Room Mode-A
State
Function
1
INPUT
High
Low
Room Scene 6
None
2
High
Low
Room Scene 8
None
3
High
Low
Room On Scene
Room Off Scene
Troubleshooting
During Set House ID, the LED is not flashing on some
Wireless devices.
•
In Mode-B, input 1 and 2 are applicable to maintained inputs
only since a scene is executed on both rising and falling
edges.
Input 3 provides a scene Active/Inhibit feature. It can be
used to stop scenes from executing when a change of state
occurs on inputs 1 and 2. Input 3 can connect to a time clock
or similar device. When input 3 goes low (Scenes Active)
the controller executes the scene that corresponds to the
state of each input as if the change-of-state condition had
just occurred. When input 3 goes high (inhibit), a Room-OFF
scene is executed with the change-of-state and inputs 1 and
2 will have no effect on scenes until input 3 goes low.
State
Function
1
INPUT
High
Low
Room Scene 6
Room Scene 7
2
High
Low
Room Scene 8
Room Scene 9
3
High
Low
Scene Inhibit (Room-Off)
Scenes Active
Warranty Information
Manufacturer warranties its products to be free of
defects in materials and workmanship for a period
of five (5) years. There are no obligations or liabilities
on the part of manufacturer for consequential
damages arising out of, or in connection with, the
use or performance of this product or other indirect
damages with respect to loss of property, revenue or
profit, or cost of removal, installation or reinstallation.
External input signals can be simulated using a wire jumper
between +24VDC and Inputs 1, 2 or 3. Scene recall behavior
will be as shown in the Mode-A or Mode-B tables and the
LED will blink green twice to indicate that the input was
seen and the message was sent over the radio network.
Once the connections have been made to Inputs 1, 2 or 3 the
LED blinks twice when the input goes High or Low indicating
the input signal was received and the scene execution
message was sent out over the radio network.
MRRC3 - Room Operating Mode-B
Table 4: Room Mode-B
You can recall scene 6 ( ) and scene 8 ( ) to confirm scene
bindings prior to connecting signals to Input 1 or Input 2.
If LED is solid green before initiating house ID binding:
The device already has another house ID. Reset it to the
factory default so that it can be bound to the desired
house ID. Resetting to factory defaults is described in
the “I need to start over” issue.
• If LED is solid yellow after initiating house ID binding:
The device may be out of range of the initiating
device. It may be necessary to add a MRR2 Repeater if
reception to a particular area of the house is blocked.
I need to start over.
You can reset any wireless device to factory default
settings by pressing and holding until the LED
changes to solid yellow (approximately 10 seconds).
During the process, the LED flashes yellow and when
complete, it changes to solid yellow. The device can
then be reconfigured, exactly like any new device.
Legrand Customers contact:
Vantage Customers contact:
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301 Fulling Mill Road Suite G
Middletown, PA 17057
Phone: 800.321.2343
www.legrand.us/onq
1061 South 800 East
Orem, UT 84097
Phone: 800.555.9891
www.vantagecontrols.com
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