BTicino MHVISUAL Manual

BTicino MHVISUAL Manual
MHVISUAL
User guide
11/10-01 PC
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Contents
What MHVISUAL is
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Use
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Opening a project
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Monitoring area
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Remote control
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Displaying the device state
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Using the SCS actuator object
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Using the Scenario Module object
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Using the SCS mover object
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Using the Web Server object
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Using the camera object
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Recording a film
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Taking and saving a picture
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Using the burglar-alarm control unit object
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Using the controlled load object
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Using the temperature control unit object (99-zone central unit)
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Using the temperature control sensor object (99-zone central unit)
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Using the temperature control sensor object (4-zone central unit)
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Using the sound source object
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Using the Standard amplifier object
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Using the Power amplifier object
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Using the clock object
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Managing an alarm – “Basic”
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Managing an alarm – “Advanced”
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What MHVISUAL is
Il software MHVISUAL permette di creare un sinottico, cioè una chiara e ordinata rappresentazione
dell’impianto SCS installato, allo scopo di fornire uno strumento per comandare l’impianto stesso,
tramite un’interfaccia grafica semplice ed intuitiva.
Use
Opening a project
To open the project file double click on the icon of the file itself.
The project is opened directly in the Monitoring area.
You can now interact with the system by means of the objects in the project.
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Monitoring area
In this area you can interact with the system components and check its state by means of the objects
in the project.
Open the remote control
Open the alarm window
Open the option window
Remote control
In this window you can start, stop and monitor the project.
You can also move from one sheet to another and display/hide the levels.
Select the sheet
Return to
the main
screen
Display/hide the
levels
Start the monitoring
Stop the monitoring
Update the
display
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Displaying the device state
The state of the system components can be deduced from the type of icon displayed by the object
entered in the project:
Object
Actuator
Off-line/
Undefined
state
OFF
ON
Contact
Off-line
OFF
ON
Scenario
Module
Off-line
OFF
ON
Being
amended/
created
UP
DOWN
STOP
OFF
(design only)
ON/On-line
OFF
(design only)
On-line
Not Inserted
Inserted
OFF
ON
OFF
(design only)
On-line
OFF
(design only)
On-line
OFF
(design only)
ON
OFF
(design only)
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
Mover
Web Server
Camera
Burglar-alarm
control unit
Load
Temperature
control unit
99 zones
Temperature
control unit
4 zones
Master sensor
Slave sensor
Sound source
Standard
amplifier
Power amplifier
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State
Off-line/
Undefined
state
Off-line/
Web Server
cannot be
reached
Off-line
Off-line/
Undefined
state
Off-line/
Undefined
state
Off-line/
Undefined
state
Off-line/
Undefined
state
Off-line/
Undefined
state
Off-line/
Undefined
state
Off-line/
Undefined
state
Off-line/
Undefined
state
Off-line/
Undefined
state
Bulb burnt
(dimmer only)
Alarm
being given
Using the SCS actuator object
This object gives a synchronised view of the state of the actuator in the system. Touching it changes
the state (in both ON/OFF and dimmer modes).
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Using the Scenario Module object
When configured as Module of scenarios actually existing in the system, this object can be used to
activate the scenarios saved in the module itself. New scenarios may also be created, or the existing
ones amended.
List of scenario
Modules
Scenario Management
pushbuttons
Scenario list
Enables/disables the
saved scenario
Block/unblock the
Management mode
Starts the recording of a new scenario or adds actions to an existing
scenario
Stops recording
Deletes the actions of the selected scenario
Deletes all scenarios (including the ones already in the Scenario
Module).
Example – Creating a new scenario (scenario 3)
1 > Select the scenario to save
2 > Unblock the Management mode
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3 > Start the recording of the scenario
The object display changes to indicate the recording status
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4 - 5 > Activate the actions making up the scenario (e.g. lights
on, shutters down)
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5
6 > Stop recording
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Using the SCS mover object
This object gives a synchronised view of the state of the actuator in the system. Touching it changes
the state.
UP
STOP
The SCS mover object is divided into three parts, each of
which gives a different command
DOWN
UP
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DOWN
STOP
Using the Web Server object
This object gives a synchronised view of the Web Server installed in the system. On touching it the
parameter visual display appears, where there are some device parameters.
Parameter visual display
List of connected Web Servers
Connected Web Server data
Other connected
Web Server data
Using the camera object
This object gives a synchronised view of the cameras installed in the system. On touching it the
parameter visual display appears and from this you can take instant photographs, record films and
switch the cameras ON/OFF.
Photo folder
Film folder
Cancel
Camera list
Display photo/films
Switch camera OFF
Stop film
Rename
film
Save photo
Take picture
Record film
Control picture
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Recording a film
Record
Stop
Select a
compression
Select a film and
click display film
The film is
played
Taking and saving a picture
Save
picture
Take
picture
Select a picture in the photo
folder
Save the picture in the
folder required
Using the burglar-alarm control unit object
This object can manage the alarms in a system which uses a burglar-alarm control unit.
If an alarm is signalled in the burglaralarm control unit a red indicator
appears. On clicking on the object a
visual display is opened.
• State
displays whether the burglar-alarm system is switched ON
• Battery
displays whether the battery is working
• Zones controlled
displays the active zones (white background) and if there is an alarm
the zone involved (zone number in red)
• Other zones
displays the other zones (connectors, auxiliaries and the control unit)
• Technical
displays the technical alarms
• System
system IP address
Click on “ALARM” to display the Alarm window, where the alarm in progress can be displayed and
dealt with (see “Alarms” section).
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Using the controlled load object
This object gives a synchronised view of the devices connected to a load control unit.
Load state
Load force
Priority
If there is an overload, one of these devices may be disabled. Click on the push button at the right of
the deactivated load to force the state to reactivate it.
Using the temperature control unit object (99-zone central unit)
This object can set the temperature and set the antifreeze/thermal protection mode for the whole
temperature control system.
There are some programs to set the system temperature. These can be selected in the Temperature
control Programs section.
System mode of operation
Control unit mode
System management push buttons
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Set the temperature
>> Select MANUAL
1 > Set the temperature
2 > Confirm
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2
The mode of operation (Manual Heating) now appear in the window
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Set ACTIVATE HOLIDAY
This function can select a particular daily profile for a determined period.
>> Enter the Temperature control Programs section
1 > Select ACTIVATE HOLIDAY
2 > Confirm
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2
1 > Select date and time (e.g. 19/10/10, time 14:36)
2 > Select a weekly program (e.g. heating 2)
3 > Confirm
1
2
3
The Holiday Heating mode now appears in the window
The holiday program will be performed until 14:36 on October 19th 2010. After that date, heating
program 2 will be activated.
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Set ACTIVATE WEEKLY PROGRAM
This function can select a weekly program saved in the temperature control unit.
>> Enter the Temperature control Programs section
1 > Select ACTIVATE WEEKLY PROGRAM
2 > Confirm
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2
1 > Select a weekly program (e.g. heating 3)
2 > Confirm
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2
The Heating Program mode now appears in the window
With this option the system will work in automatic mode following the program set in heating program 3.
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Set ACTIVATE SCENARIO
This function can select a scenario from those saved in the temperature control unit.
>> Enter the Temperature control Programs section
1 > Select ACTIVATE SCENARIO
2 > Confirm
1
2
1 > Select a scenario (e.g. heating scenario 4)
2 > Confirm
1
2
The Heating Program mode now appears in the window
In this mode different temperatures can be saved in various zones of the system as saved in heating
scenario 4.
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Set HOLIDAYS
This function can set the Holiday mode.
>> Enter the Temperature control Programs section
1 > Select HOLIDAYS
2 > Confirm
1
2
1 > Select date and time (e.g. 29/10/10, time 14:51)
2 > Select a weekly program (e.g. heating 2)
3 > Confirm
1
2
3
The Holidays Heating mode now appears in the window
In this way the system will remain in antifreeze mode until 14:51 on October 29th 2010. After that
date, heating program 2 will be activated.
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Using the temperature control sensor object (99-zone central unit)
This object can control a temperature control sensor in the system. Click on the object in the Monitoring area to display the sensor data and set the temperature and the antifreeze/thermal protection mode and the forced switching off of the zone.
Temperature measured
by the sensor
Sensor
operation
mode
Zones mode
Sensor list
(master only)
Sensor management push
buttons
Programmed temperature
Variation of the temperature
made manually by the sensor
(L/N/NT4692 only)
Sensor management push buttons
Set the temperature manually
Return to the mode previously selected
Set the antifreeze/thermal protection mode
Set the forced switching off of the zone
Set the Fan-coil sensor speed, if applicable
Example – Increase the temperature by 0.5 °C with respect to that set by the control unit.
The new temperature set and the
mode of operation (Manual Heating)
now appear in the window
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Using the temperature control sensor object (4-zone central unit)
This object is used to display the temperatures measured and set, detected by the system sensors.
For the “Fan-coil” sensors, the fan-coil speed can also be set.
Measured
temperature
Programmed
temperature
Open Fan-coil
management
Set the fan-coil
speed
Example – Setting the minimum speed of the fan-coil of a Fan-coil sensor.
Now the fan-coil speed is set at the
minimum regime.
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Using the sound source object
This object can control a sound source in the system.
Open/close source
management window
Back
List of
sources
Next
Open/close the room
management screen
The room management screen can be used to set in which rooms a sound source can be listened to.
Enable/disable room
Enable/disable all rooms
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Example – Save a station tuned as “station 1”
> Open the source management window
1 > Tune the frequency desired
2 > Click MEM
3 > Click 1 to save the station
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Using the Standard amplifier object
This object configured like an amplifier really present in the system (only point-point mode) can
command and display the state of the amplifier itself.
ON/OFF
Volume -
Volume +
ON
The amplifier object is divided into 4 parts. The central part
displays the state and switches the amplifier ON/OFF. The
push buttons to left and right adjust the volume while the
volume level appears in the lower visual display.
Volume +
OFF
Using the Power amplifier object
This object, configured as power amplifier really present in the system, provides the user with the
possibility of controlling and displaying the amplifier status. Differently from the standard amplifier,
it is possible (using the appropriate screens) to perform advanced sound adjustments.
Switch on/off = click
Open the Adjustment screen =
press and hold down
Volume -
Volume +
Volume level
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While in the Monitoring area, click and hold down the central section of the amplifier for more than
5 seconds to display the following screen to perform several sound adjustments:
Volume
adjustment
Treble
Bass
adjustment adjustment
Left/right
channel balance
adjustment
Selection of
equalisation curves
(preset or custom)
+5
sec.
3D effect adjustment
Open the Equalizer screen
Switch the
amplifier on/off
Enable/disable
“Loudness” mode
By opening the Equalizer screen it is possible to perform advanced adjustments, which can then be
saved
Name selection
Save curve
Advanced
adjustments
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Example - Saving a customised curve (user 3).
1 > Select the curve to be customised
2 > Perform the desired sound adjustments
3 > Click Save to save the curve
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Using the clock object
This object can display/set the system time.
Update all the systems
connected to the date
and time set
Synchronise the Web
Server time with the
PC clock
If the object is set to display the system time, on clicking on it (Monitoring area) a window appears
where the system time and date can be set.
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Managing an alarm – “Basic”
Example:
An SCS mover object has been configured to generate an alarm when it receives an UP command
(rolling shutter raised); send a STOP command to end the alarm or reset the alarm by pressing the
Force alarm reset key.
When an indication is given that the system has
generated an alarm click on the Alarm icon. The
Alarm given window is displayed.
A
To end the alarm send a STOP command to end
the alarm or reset the alarm by pressing the
Force alarm reset key.
B
Use the mover which has generated the alarm
to send a STOP command to the device in the
system.
OR
Click on the “Force alarm reset” key to force its
reset.
In the Event history window, on selecting an alarm all the events linked to the alarm itself are shown
(pink background). The “history” can thus be reconstructed.
Start alarm (UP)
End alarm (STOP)
Start alarm (UP)
Forced reset
A
B
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Managing an alarm – “Advanced”
Example: the burglar-alarm control unit has detected an intrusion alarm in zone 1.
Click on the Alarm icon to display the Alarms given window which shows the origin and cause of
the alarm.
Then enter the Alarms to manage window by clicking on the key. Then proceed following the diagram shown below:
Alarms to
manage
Change state
System
Change state
A
Double
click
Undertaken
Reset on the field
Alarm closed
Alarms given
Forced reset
Change state
B
Alarm closed
The Event history shows how the alarms have been managed.
Start alarm
Undertake
A
Reset from the field
Close alarm
Start alarm
Undertake
Forced reset
Close alarm
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