Bticino HD4891 User manual

Bticino HD4891 User manual
Local Display
Software Manual
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Local Display
Software Manual
Local Display
Software Manual
Contents
Start
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Interaction with the device
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Device configuration
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Configuration Parameters
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Home page
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Project items
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Sub-pages
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Display
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Property/Project
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Functions
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Load control
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Temperature control
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Sound system
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Scenarios
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Programmed scenarios
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Energy Data
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Other settings
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Economic evaluation setup
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Interaction with the device
To Send or Receive the Configuration, Update the Firmware and Request Device Info, it is first of all
necessary to connect the device to a PC, and make sure that the right port has been selected.
Connect Local Display to the PC using a USB-miniUSB cable.
For communication to take place, the device must be connected to the BUS.
USB connection
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Device configuration
The device can be configured by creating a new project, or by opening and existing one, which
can then be changed and resent to the device. These operation can be performed inside the global
area of the software, using some dedicated device management pushbuttons:
File Menu
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1. Import project
2. Export project
To import or export the configuration project created in the specific area, select the device, and
click the corresponding key.
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Device Menu
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1. Open the specific device configuration area
2. Request Device Info
3. Receive the configuration from the connected device
4. Send the configuration to the connected device
5. Select a firmware for the device
6. Update the device firmware
7. Open the Help file for the device selected
To interact with the device, first select it, and then click the desired function keys.
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Configuration Parameters
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Identification name
Enter the project name
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Local address
Enter the address of the device within the system
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Standby Timeout(s)
Select the time after which the device enters stand-by
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Home page
The page is divided into three sections: On the left section ( ) is the “Project items” area.
The centre section ( ), is the “Display” area. This is used to configure what will then be displayed
as the Home Page of the device, and its subpages.
On the right side of the screen ( ) is the “Property/Project area”, which can be used to configure
the object selected in the Display area.
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1. Options.
Disable automatic save
2. View.
Show/hide the info and error area
Reset the default settings
3. Language.
Select the software interface language
4. Display the device Help icons
and some software information
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5. Save the project.
6. Return to the global area.
7. Pushbutton used to navigate through the pages.
Navigate through sections
Navigate through the configuration
pages
Navigate within a section
Go to the start page
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8. Delete an object.
9. Editing bar:
Copy an object
Cut an object
Paste an object
Align to the grid
Select the skin
10. Open the section showing any information, or error messages.
11. File save display.
Project items
This area shows all the objects that can be used to build the pages. To do this simply drag the
objects.
You can include up to a maximum of 4 functions.
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Sub-pages
Some objects are used for connection to other pages, where correlated objects can be grouped
together.
The configuration of the sub-pages is performed following the order the objects have been
included in the Home Page.
Display
The “Display” area shows the future setup of the Home Page and the sub-pages of the device.
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Property/Project
This area is split into two sections, which can be selected by clicking the labels at the bottom; the
“Property” section shows the configuration fields for the object currently selected in the Display
area.
The “Project” section displays the objects by page in a tree menu format.
In addition to selecting the objects, the user can also navigate through the project, selecting any
available sub-pages.
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1. Selected object page parameters.
2. Indications for the configuration of the selected parameters.
3. Selected object parameters.
4. Addition/Removal/Moving of objects.
5. Property/Project selection label.
6. Home page.
7. Sub-page.
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Functions
LOAD CONTROL
TEMPERATURE CONTROL
SOUND SYSTEM
SCENARIOS
PROGRAMMED SCENARIOS
ENERGY DATA
Load control
By including the “Load Control” function, Local Display will enable the user to check the status of
the individual loads controlled by the central unit and, in case of disconnection, force them back
on.
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1. Configure the object (page):
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Beep: enable/disable the notification sound emitted when the load is disabled by the
central unit.
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Alarm: enable/disable the display of an alarm screen when the load is disabled by the
central unit.
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Address: enter the central unit address.
2. Configure the object (element):
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Description: customise the load description.
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Switch-off priority: select the priority assigned to the load (from 1 to 255).
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Interface: select the interface type, either Basic or Advanced interface.
Add a load
Remove the selected Load
Remove all the loads
Move the selected load up
Move the selected load down
3. Once the page configuration/customisation operation has been completed, click
the next page.
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Temperature control
By including the “Temperature control” function, Local Display will operate as a temperature probe,
enabling the user to display the temperature measured, and change the parameters set by the
central unit.
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1. Configure the object:
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Address: set the zone address of Local Display.
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Local Probe: set if a local probe is present.
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Probes Number: set the number of Slave probes.
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Central unit: set if a central unit is present, and its type (99 zones o 4 zones). If no central
unit is present, Local Display will operate as a room thermostat.
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Address (4 zone central unit): if a 4 zone Central unit has been set, select the address of
the central unit within the system.
Operation of Local Display as a thermostat
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Zone Actuators: click
to set the actuators used to control the zone valves.
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Heating Type: select the type of installation for the heating system (On/Off, Open/
Close, Fancoil, Gateway).
Cooling Type: select the type of installation for the cooling system (On/Off, Open/
Close, Fancoil, Gateway).
Address: enter the address of the zone actuator.
Type: select if the actuator will operate for the heating system, the cooling system, or
both.
1. Add an actuator.
2. Remove the selected actuator.
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Pump Actuators: click the
to set which actuators will control the pumps of the system.
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Heating Delay: select the switch on delay in minutes for the heating system pumps.
Cooling Delay: select the switch on delay in minutes for the cooling system pumps.
Address: Enter the address of the pump actuator.
Type: select if the pump actuator will operate for the cooling system, the heating
system, or both.
1. Add a pump.
2. Remove the selected pump.
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Thermal SetPoint: thermal protection temperature.
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Anti-Freeze SetPoint: anti-freeze temperature.
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Manual SetPoint: preset temperature for manual operation.
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Season Mode: set the seasonal operating mode, selecting between summer and winter.
2. Once the page configuration/customisation operation has been completed, click
the next page.
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Sound system
By including the “Sound system” function (single channel or multichannel, depending on the
installed type) Local Display will enable the user to control the amplifier of the zone of reference,
and select the sound source.
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1. Configure the object:
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Multimedia sources: click
to configure the list of multimedia sources.
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Address: select an address for the sound source selected.
Description: enter a customised description for sound source selected.
Type: select the source type (Radio Source / AUX Source / Multimedia Source).
The Radio Source refers to the Radio Tuner, the AUX source to an external source (e.g.
CD player) connected to the Stereo Control, or to an RCA input, while the Multimedia
source refers to any MyHOME_Screens that operate as system sources.
1. Add sources.
2. Remove the selected source.
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Address: click
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to configure the address of the amplifier to control.
A, PF: configure in the same way as the device to control
Default Source Address: sound source that comes on when the amplifier is switched on.
2. Once the page configuration/customisation operation has been completed, click
the next page.
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Scenarios
By including the “Scenarios” function, Local Display will enable the user to recall and change the
scenarios saved in the scenario module.
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1. Select a function from the “Display” area.
2. Configure the object:
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Description: customise the description of the scenario module.
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Address: click
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Scenario: identification number of the scenario within the scenario module.
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Icon: select an icon (among the 18 available) to associate to the scenario.
to configure the address of the scenario module.
3. Once the page configuration/customisation operation has been completed, click
the next page.
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Programmed scenarios
By including the “Programmed Scenarios” function Local Display will enable the user can recall and
change the programmed scenarios saved in the scenario programmer.
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1. Select a function from the “Display” area.
2. Configure the object:
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Type of command: select the type of command (CEN/CEN Plus).
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Pushbutton: select the scenario pushbutton.
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Address: click
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Icon: select an icon (among the 18 available) to associate to the scenario.
to configure the CEN/CEN PLUS command address.
3. Once the page configuration/customisation operation has been completed, click
the next page.
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Energy Data
By including the “Energy Data” function, Local Display will enable the user to display the
consumption data for the configured lines.
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1. Configure the object:
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Type: select the type of meter.
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Description: customise the description of the selected function.
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Address: select the meter address (from 1 to 255).
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Economic Evaluation: enable or disable the economic evaluation of the measurement.
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Type: select the type of measurement between Consumption and Production.
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Thresholds: enable the setting on Local Display of two alarm thresholds.
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Beep: enable/disable the notification sound emitted when the thresholds have been
reached.
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Auto on: enable/disable the display of an alarm screen when the thresholds have been
reached.
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DataLogger: select “Present” when the Energy IP Data Logger is installed on the system.
Add a consumption/production item
Remove the selected consumption/production item
Remove all the consumption/production items
Move the selected consumption/production item up
Move the selected consumption/production item down
2. Once the page configuration/customisation operation has been completed, click
the next page.
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Other settings
Economic evaluation setup
This section can be used to set tariffs that will be applied to the consumptions set in the
“Energy data“ section.
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1. Select the currency.
2. Enter the tariff.
3. Enter the number of decimals to display on Local Display for the evaluation.
At the end of the configuration click
to save the project, and
and export the project, or send it to the device.
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