BTicino MH202 Manual

BTicino MH202 Manual
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Index
Start
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Interaction with the device
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Device configuration
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Send the configuration
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Receive the configuration
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Firmware update
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Request device info
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Home page
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Project configuration
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General parameters
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System parameters
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Scenarios
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Scenario screenshot
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Scenario creation
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Objects
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Example of scenario
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Start
This manual shows the procedures for the configuration of the MH202 Scenario Programmer.
Interaction with the device
To Send, 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 the Web Server to the PC using a USB-mini USB cable, or an Ethernet cable.
To ensure that the communication is successful, the device must be connected to the BUS.
USB CONNECTION
ETHERNET
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ETHERNET CONNECTION
ETHERNET
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SWITCH
LAN Input
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Device configuration
To configure a device you can create a new project, or open an existing one, which can then be
changed and resent to the device.
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1. Click to enter the software dedicated to the configuration of a new home system.
Configure Menu
The configuration can be performed inside the global area, in the Configure section of the
software, using some dedicated device management pushbuttons.
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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 the firmware for the device
6.
Update the device firmware (it only appears after the firmware has been selected)
7.
Import project
Export project
To import or export the configuration project created in the specific area, select the device,
and click the corresponding key.
8.
Open the help file for the selected device
To interact with the device, first select it, and then click the desired function keys.
To go to the specific device configuration area click Configure (
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Send the configuration
After completing and saving the programming, the configuration must be sent to the devices.
Procedure:
1. Connect the device to a PC through the Ethernet network or through USB
2. In the Configure toolbar select Send Configuration.
The screen for setting the date and time appears.
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3. Select Next to choose the mode of connection between the device and the PC:
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4. When Next is selected, the configuration is uploaded to the device.
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Receive the configuration
It gives the possibility of receiving the current device configuration. Once received, this can be
modified, saved, and obviously sent back to the device.
Procedure:
1. Connect the device to a PC through the Ethernet network or through USB.
2. In the Configure toolbar select Receive the configuration.
3. Select the mode of connection between the device and the PC:
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4. When Next is selected, the configuration downloading procedure starts.
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Firmware update
It gives the possibility of updating the device firmware
Procedure:
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Connect the device to a PC.
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From the Configure pull-down menu select Select Firmware.
A window appears, enabling the user to browse the file containing the firmware file with .fwz
extension.
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Select the file and click Open to continue.
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Select Firmware update to continue.
For the connection procedures see the Send Configuration section.
Request device info
It gives the possibility of displaying some information on the device connected to the PC.
Procedure:
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Connect the device to a PC.
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From the Configure pull-down menu select Device Info.
For the connection procedures see the Send Configuration section.
Click Next to display a screen containing the device hardware and software features.
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Home page
The user accessing the program is taken to the start page, which shows all the configuration
parameters. The screen mainly consists of 2 areas: on the left side ( ) are the parameters and the
functions to configure, organised in a tree structure. Based on the selection made, the section on
the right ( ) shows the fields to select or insert.
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B
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1. Options.
Activate automatic save
2. View.
Display/hide the configured objects
Display/hide the info and error area
Show the default settings
3. Language.
Select the software interface language
4. Display the Guide icons (Software Manual)
5.
Save the project.
6.
Close and return to the Global area.
and some software information
7. Pushbuttons used to navigate through the pages.
Navigate through the configuration pages
Go to the home page
8. Function description.
9. Open the section showing any information, or error messages.
10. File saving and saving path display.
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Project configuration
In this section it is possible to configure the parameters of the device and then, using the
pushbutton, to enter the scenario creation screen.
Enter the configuration details in the various sections.
General parameters
This section is used to configure the technical parameters for network connections.
Ethernet
This section can be used to enter the parameters for connection to the Ethernet network.
Before changing the default values, contact the network administrator.
In addition to preventing the service from becoming active, wrong values can cause
malfunctioning during the communication of other network devices.
Configuration:
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Addressing type: select if the address is a fixed address (in this case enter the parameters
below), or a DHCP dynamic address.
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IP address and Subnet mask: enter the typical parameters of TCP/IP protocol networks,
necessary for the identification of the device within the local network.
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IP router: enter the IP address of the router, if required.
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Primary DNS and Secondary DNS: it is advisable to enter the same IP address of the router.
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Clock
This screen is used to enter the parameters for managing the time the device and the system will
refer to.
Clock Configuration:
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Time zone: enter the local time zone.
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Summer time: enter the local time zone.
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Default working mode: define if the device is a system time synchronisation “Master”, in
which case the internal clock of the device will be used as time reference by other devices
of the MyHOME system.
Geographic coordinates Configuration:
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Astronomic clock: enable/disable the Astronomic clock function.
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Geographic Coordinates: set the geographic coordinates of the device.
Univocal codes
In questa schermata puoi configurare l’identificativo univoco del dispositivo.
Configuration:
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Scenario programmer (scheduler): enter a univocal identification number for the scenario
programmer.
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Authentication
In this screen, the user must enter the name and password that will be used for authentication,
enabling purposes, and access to the services offered by the selected device.
Web users Configuration:
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User login and User password: enter the login and the Password for access to the Web
pages in user mode (the user default passwords must be modified).
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Administrator login and Administrator password: enter the login and the Password for
access to the Web pages in admin mode (it is recommended to modify the admin default
passwords), this mode is used to enable the configuration pages too.
Authentication Configuration:
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OPEN password: enter the OPEN password to send configuration, receive configuration,
firmware update and device info.
Warning: The default OPEN password in the devices is 12345.
Language
This window can be used to select the language for the control web pages and remote system
management.
Configuration:
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Language: select the language that will be used to display the Web pages.
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Web session
This window can be use to set the length of time the web page will remain inactive before the
device returns the user to the identification page.
Configuration:
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Web site timeout: select the duration of the session, either 1, 2, 5, or 15 minutes.
Disabling Ethernet port
This screen can be used to disable the device ethernet connection
Disabling Ethernet port Configuration:
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Enabling: enable/disable the Ethernet port of the device from the system with an AUX
command.
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AUX channel selection: select the auxiliary channel through which the Ethernet port
disabling command is sent.
Signalling actuator Configuration:
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Enabling: enable/disable the signalling actuator
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Actuator address: select the actuator that will supply the status of the Ethernet
connection; ON = connection enabled, OFF = connection disabled
Warning: both the AUX channel and the actuator selected should not be used for other
system functions
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Panic key
This screen can be used to set the parameters of the panic key, which performs a command that
gives the possibility of stopping the sequences of actions of all the scenarios being executed, and
prevent the start of new scenarios.
Warning: a pressure of the panic key stops the execution of all scenarios. This means that
any actions already performed will not change, those that are still to be performed will not
completed, and the actions that started before pressing the panic key, and have a delayed
command, will complete their cycle.
To start it again, the power must be disconnected and then reconnected.
Configuration:
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Enabling: enable/disable the panic key.
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Panic key: click the key
to set the panic key parameters.
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1. Select if the command is a CEN or a CEN PLUS command
2. Select the command address (CEN A/PL type, CEN PLUS type, or numerical from 0 to 2047)
3. Select what type of pressure will activate the control
4. Select the number of the pushbutton that will activate the command
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System parameters
This window can be used to configure the parameters of the system.
Actuators
To ensure correct operation of the device, in this screen indicate if the actuators installed in the
system are configured in PUL mode, or as dimmers.
Add an object
Delete an object
Delete all the objects
Move the object up
Move the object down
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Description: enter a customised description for the actuator.
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Address: select the address of the actuator
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1. Enter the value of room configurator A (0 - 10; GEN, AMB, GR).
2. Enter the value of the configurator of the PL light point (the number depends on the function).
3. Select if the level is a private Riser or a Local BUS; in the second case also enter the I3, I4 values.
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Type: select the type of actuator among Light Actuator, Automation Actuator, Dimmer 10
and Dimmer 100.
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PUL: select if the actuator is a PUL type actuator
Click the
pushbutton to enter the scenario area.
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Scenarios
In this section, it is possible to create scenarios with different degrees of complexity, in response to
time events, or system events.
The created scenarios are made available to the user for the activation of a web page.
Scenario screenshot
The screen is essentially split into 3 main zones: zone ( ) is used to manage the scenarios and
select the objects which, dragged to the insertion field ( ) and appropriately configured ( ) will
make up the scenario.
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1. Scenarios List
Show the scenarios created
Create a scenario
Delete a scenario
Create a .csv file storing all the scenario information
2. Start entry field
In this field it is possible to drag the objects to define the event/s that
will activate the scenario.
3. Stop entry field
In this field it is possible to drag the objects to define the event that
will stop the sequence of actions included in the Action field.
Warning: the events in the “Stop” field stop the execution of the scenario. This means that
any actions already performed will not change, those that are still to be performed will not
completed, and the actions that started before the stop command, and have a delayed
command, will complete their cycle. It can be delayed using the “Start” condition.
4. Only if entry field
In this field it is possible to drag the objects to define an event that
defines a restriction for the execution of the scenario.
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5. Action entry field
In this field it is possible to drag the objects to define the action and
the sequence of actions to perform.
6. Enable/Disable
For each scenario it is possible to configure two pushbuttons of a
command of the automation system, which manually enable and
disable the execution. This means that even if the start condition
occurs, the scenario does not start.
7. Objects List
It displays the objects available, split into families
Pull-down menu for the selection of the the family the object used for
the composition of the scenario belongs to
Objects available for the selected family
Scenario creation
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1. Click Add to create the scenario
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2. Click Objects List
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3. It selects the family the object being used belongs to
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4. Using Drag and Drop, drag the object in an entry field (
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5. Configure the object in the Object properties field by entering the appropriate values.
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6. lso configure the scenario parameters
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1. Name: enter the scenario name
2. Description: enter a description for the scenario
3. Repeat actions: select if the scenario created must be cyclical: when the scenario ends, any
actions in the Start field will be repeated from the beginning.
Warning: when this function is active, a continuous cycle of actions is set; it is therefore
important that special attention is paid in the definition of “Stop” to stop the scenario, and/
or in the configuration of clearly defined periods of time.
4. Perform at device start-up: select if you want that the scenario being executed when a system
power cut occurs is restarted upon restart of the MH202 Programmer.
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7. It is also possible to configure two automation system pushbuttons that will enable or disable
the scenario. Disabling the scenario means to ensure that even if a Start condition occurs, the
scenario does not start.
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8. If two or more objects are included in the Only if field, the operator icon linking the two will
appear between them; in the Object Properties field it is possible to define the type of logic
that connects them between:
In order for the activation set in Start to occur, one of the conditions
must also occur
In order for the activation set in Start to occur, all the conditions must
also occur
Note: it is possible to create a sequence of conditions that are met in sequence, from the first to the last
(see example).
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Objects
This chapter describes the objects (organised into families), and their configurations, which can be
used to make up the scenario.
Inserting an object
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1. Click the pushbutton to open the pull-down menu and display the object list
2. Select the family the object belongs to
3. Click the field where you want to drag the object: now the object list only includes those
compatible with the field clicked
4. Drag the object to the desired field to set a behaviour for the same.
Object configuration
ON/OFF
Motors (Engines)
Scenarios
Scenario control
Time
Auxiliary channels
Burglar-alarm
Temperature control
Sound system
Video door entry system
Special controls
Supervision system
Sensors
Variables
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ON/OFF family
This family includes the objects that can have ON and OFF status.
Light
Timed light
Watering
Fan
Socket
Solenoid valve
Dimmer10
Dimmer100
Groups
Group of Dimmers 100
Configuration of LIGHT, WATERING, FAN, SOCKET, SOLENOID VALVE, DIMMER 10 and GROUPS
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1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command performed by the object
3. ADDRESS
Select the SCS address of the object
3. GROUP ADDRESS
Select the SCS address of the object, either General, Room (1 to 10), or Group (1 to 255)
GROUPS
The Groups object represents a group of actuators belonging to a specific Room or Group, or
responding to a General command.
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TIMED LIGHT Configuration
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1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command executed by the object, set the switching on duration by entering
the relevant values in the Hours, Minutes and Seconds fields
3. ADDRESS
Select the SCS address of the object
DIMMER 100 and GROUP OF DIMMERS 100 Configuration
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1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Dimmer ON/Dimmer OFF: select the type of command executed by the object and set the
action duration.
Go to level X: select the type of command executed by the object, set the action duration and
select the brightness percentage from 1% to 100%.
Increase X brightness/Decrease X brightness: select the type of command executed by the
object, set the action duration and select the brightness step from 1 to 100.
3. ADDRESS
Select the SCS address of the object
3. GROUP OF DIMMERS 100 ADDRESS
Select the SCS address of the object, either General, Room (1 to 10), or Group (1 to 255)
GROUP OF DIMMERS 100
The Groups object represents a group of dimmers belonging to a specific Room or Group, or
responding to a General command.
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Motors (Engines) family
This family includes the objects that can have UP and DOWN or OPEN and CLOSE status.
Shutter
Curtain
Garage door
Door/Gate
Groups
Configuration of SHUTTER, CURTAIN, GARAGE DOOR, DOOR/GATE and GROUPS
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1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command performed by the object
3. ADDRESS
Select the SCS address of the object
3. GROUP ADDRESS
Select the SCS address of the object, either General, Room (1 to 10), or Group (1 to 255)
GROUPS configuration
The Groups object represents a group of actuators belonging to a specific Room or Group, or
responding to a General command.
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Scenario family
This family identifies an object that can generate scenarios.
Scenaro
Scenario module
Plus Scenario
SCENARIO and SCENARIO MODULE Configuration
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1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the number of the scenario to activate
3. ADDRESS
Select the SCS address of the object
PLUS SCENARIO Configuration
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1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Activate scenario: select to activate a scenario.
Scenario OFF: select to deactivate the scenario.
Increase level: select the devices for which you want to increase the level from 1% to 10%
among all the light and automation devices, or all the amplifiers.
3. ADDRESS
Select the scenario address saved on the actuators.
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Scenario Control family
This family includes the control configured in CEN mode.
CEN
Remote control
CEN PLUS
CEN configuration
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2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the pushbutton and the control mode among those available
3. ADDRESS
Select the object address
REMOTE CONTROL configuration
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2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the remote control pushbutton
3. ADDRESS
Select the SCS address of the object (IR receiver)
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CEN PLUS Configuration
If the object is dragged to the Start or Stop fields, the following mask appears, where it will be
possible to configure the CEN PLUS object.
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2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the command mode among those available and select the pushbutton number
3. ADDRESS
Select the command address
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Time family
This family includes the objects that give the possibility of specifying a period of time.
The configuration masks for the objects belonging to this family vary depending on the Object
selected and the positioning field.
Time and date
Days
Time (Hour)
Delay
Random delay
Astronomic clock
TIME and DATE Configuration
If the object is dragged to the Start or Stop fields, the following mask appears, where it will be
possible to configure the scenario start time and date.
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2
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Click to specify the time and the date (day, month, year) when the scenario will occur
Warning: by inserting **, the field is always true (e.g. to set that the action is to be executed
every day during 2015, enter 2015 in the year field, 08 in the hour field, 00 in the minute
field, and ** in all the other fields).
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DAYS configuration
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2
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Weekly Plan: click the
be executed
pushbutton to select the week days during which the scenario must
Yearly Plan: click the pushbutton to select the period of time of validity of the scenario; the
period can be selected between:
– From date to date;
– Always: in this case the scenario is always active
TIME (HOUR) Configuration
If the object is dragged to the Start or Stop fields, the following mask appears, where it will be
possible to set the scenario start time.
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2
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Delay: click the
pushbutton to select the scenario activation delay
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DELAY Configuration
This Object specifies a time delay before the execution of a new action, or between two actions; it
can only be dragged to the Action field.
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2
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Delay: click the
pushbutton to select the scenario activation delay
RANDOM DELAY Configuration
This object specifies a time delay before the execution of a new action; it can only be dragged to
the Action field. Enter a minimum and maximum delay time. The scenario programmer will select
each time a delay within the interval set.
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2
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Delay range: click the
pushbutton to select the minimum and the maximum delay value.
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ASTRONOMIC CLOCK Configuration
This object specifies a time situation (Sunrise, Sunset, Day, Night) to which to link the execution of
a scenario. It can be dragged to the Start, Stop, Only if fields.
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2
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the astronomic clock status
Auxiliary channels family
This family identifies an object consisting of the ON and OFF command managed on one of the 9
auxiliary channels.
Auxiliary
Contact
AUXILIARY Configuration
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2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command performed by the object
3. ADDRESS
Select the AUX address of the object.
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CONTACT Configuration
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2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command performed by the object
3. ADDRESS
Select the address
Burglar-alarm family
This family gives the possibility of activating a scenario when an alarm event occurs; the type of
event and the zone can also be specified.
Alarm
Engage/Disengage
ALARM configuration
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2
3
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3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of event (alarm) occurring on the system
3. ADDRESS
Burglar-alarm Command: select the zone
Tampering Command: select the zone the object belongs to and, if present, the zone address
Technical Command: select the number corresponding to the AUX
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ENGAGE/DISENGAGE Configuration
This object included in the Start and Stop fields executes an action following the engaging/
disengaging of the burglar alarm system.
1
2
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command between engage/disengage
Temperature Control family
This family includes the objects of the Temperature Control system.
The configuration masks vary depending on the object selected.
99-zone central unit
99-zone scenario
99-zone program
Zone - 99 zones
4-zone central unit
4-zone program
Probe
External probe
99-ZONE CENTRAL UNIT Configuration
This Object gives the possibility, upon the occurring of certain conditions, to switch the 99-zone
central unit of the temperature control system to the mode set in the Action field; it can only be
dragged to the Action field.
1
2
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command performed by the object, if you select Manual, choose the
temperature
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99-ZONE SCENARIO Configuration
This Object gives the possibility of activating one of the scenarios programmed on the 99-zone
central unit; it can only be dragged to the Action field.
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2
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the scenario to be performed
99-ZONE PROGRAM Configuration
This Object gives the possibility of activating one of the programs stored in the 99-zone central
unit; it can only be dragged to the Action field.
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2
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the program to execute
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ZONE - 99 ZONES Configuration
If the object is dragged to the Start or Stop fields, the following mask appears, where it will be
possible to define the zone condition that will activate the scenario. When dragged to the Action
field, it gives the possibility, upon the occurring of certain conditions, to switch a zone of the
temperature control system to the mode set in the Start field; it cannot be dragged to the Only if
field.
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2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command performed by the object, if you select Manual, choose the
temperature
3. ADDRESS
Select the object address
4-ZONE CENTRAL UNIT Configuration
This Object gives the possibility, upon the occurring of certain conditions, to switch the 4-zone
central unit of the temperature control system to the mode set in the Start field; it can only be
dragged to the Action field.
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2
2
3
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command executed by the object; if Manual is set, select the temperature; if
Timed Manual is set, select the temperature and the time
3. ADDRESS
Select the object address
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4-ZONE PROGRAM Configuration
This Object gives the possibility of activating one of the programs stored in the 4-zone central unit;
it can only be dragged to the Action field.
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2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of program to be executed, set on the 4 zone central unit
3. ADDRESS
Select the object address
PROBE Configuration
This object gives the possibility of connecting the activation of the scenario to the level of
temperature measured by a certain probe; it can only be dragged to the Only if field.
1
2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command performed by the object and set the temperature level that will
activate the scenario
3. ADDRESS
Specify the probe within the zone and select the object address
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EXTERNAL PROBE Configuration
This object gives the possibility of connecting the activation of the scenario to the level of
temperature measured by a certain probe; it can only be dragged to the Only if field.
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2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command performed by the object and set the temperature level that will
activate the scenario
3. ADDRESS
Specify the number of the probe to associate
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Sound system family
This family includes the objects of the Sound System system.
With the exception of the Amplifier object, which can be dragged to all the entry field, all the
others can only be dragged to the Start field.
The MC Radio Source and MC AUX can only be used if the system includes the Multi-channel
Matrix.
Amplifiers
Group of amplifiers
Radio Source
Aux Source
MC Radio Source
MC Aux Source
Power amplifier
Warning: When using volume adjustment or source switch-on controls, ensure that an
amplifier on control has also been included.
AMPLIFIERS and GROUP OF AMPLIFIERSConfiguration
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2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command performed by the object
3. ADDRESS
Select the amplifier address
3. GROUP OF AMPLIFIERS ADDRESS
Select the address between General and Room (0 to 9)
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RADIO SOURCE and AUX SOURCE Configuration
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2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command performed by the object
3. ADDRESS
Select (if present) the source number
MC RADIO SOURCE and MC AUX SOURCE Configuration
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2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command performed by the object
3. ADDRESS
Select the room and the number of the source (if present)
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POWER AMPLIFIER Configuration
This object gives the possibility of connecting the activation of the scenario to the power amplifier
parameters; in addition to the simple switching on and off, the Only if and Action fields can also
be used to set the volume levels and the enabling or disabling of the equalisation parameters.
1
2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command performed by the object
A
B
C
D
E
F
A.
ON on source: select the source
B.
Volume UP, Volume DOWN: select the volume percentage (from 10% to 50%)
C.
High Tones UP, High Tones DOWN, Low Tones UP, Low Tones DOWN: select the level (from 1 to
20)
D.
Balance Level UP, Balance Level DOWN, 3D effect Level UP, 3D effect Level DOWN: select the
balance level (from 1 to 10)
E.
3D effect Frequency UP, 3D effect Frequency DOWN: select the frequency level (from 1 to 7)
F.
Preset: select the preset among those available
3. ADDRESS
Select the amplifier address
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Video door entry system family
This family includes the objects of the Video door entry system. The objects Staircase light from
EP, Staircase light from IU, and Door lock can only be dragged to the Action field; the Camera
object cannot be dragged to the Only if field, while the Internal Unit object can be dragged to the
Start and Stop fields.
Staircase light from EP
Staircase light from IU
Door lock
Camera
Answering machine
Audio internal unit
STAIRCASE LIGHT FROM EP and STAIRCASE LIGHT FROM IU Configuration
1
2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command performed by the object
3. ADDRESS
Select the object address
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DOOR LOCK AND CAMERA Configuration
1
2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command performed by the object
3. ADDRESS
Select the object address
Warning: When setting an ON command, ensure that the corresponding OFF command
is also set in the same scenario. If no time delay has been set for the Staircase Light ON
actuator, enter a time delay between the ON and OFF commands
ANSWERING MACHINE Configuration
1
2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command performed by the object
3. ADDRESS
Select the object address
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INTERNAL UNIT Configuration
1
2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command performed by the object
3. ADDRESS
Select the object address
Special Controls family
This family gives the possibility of including in the Action field the Lock/Unlock object, which
action refers to a certain actuator of the system that may be locked in the current status; in order
to return to normal operation, the actuator requires a corresponding unlock command sent by the
MH202 scenario Programmer.
Lock/Unlock
LOCK/UNLOCK Configuration
1
2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command performed by the object
3. ADDRESS
Select the object address
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Supervision System family
This family gives the possibility of managing the opening/closing and the management of the
automatic reactivation of Stop&GO objects.
Stop&Go
STOP&GO Configuration
1
2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the type of command performed by the object
3. ADDRESS
Select the object address
Sensors family
This family gives the possibility of executing scenarios based on the status of some types of
sensors: presence, movement, lighting, twilight, rain, wind.
Presence sensor
Movement sensor
Lighting sensor
Twilight sensor
Rain sensor
Wind sensor
Configuration of PRESENCE SENSOR, MOVEMENT SENSOR, TWILIGHT SENSOR, RAIN SENSOR
and WIND SENSOR
1
2
3
1.
OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the event detected by the sensor
3. ADDRESS
Select the object address
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LIGHTING SENSOR Configuration
1
2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the desired brightness (LUX) threshold level.
3. ADDRESS
Select the SCS address of the object
Variables family
This family gives the possibility of executing scenarios based on the status of two types of logic
variables: a meter (execution of the scenario based on the number of actions detected by the
meter), and a boolean variable (in order to have a virtual condition to set on the scenario).
Counter
Boolean
COUNTER Configuration
This object behaves differently depending on the field it is dragged to: in Only if it sets the
numerical condition (counted by a meter) that will trigger the event; in Action it sets the numerical
value to count for the event set in Start.
1
2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND (Only if)
Select the value recorded by a meter
2. COMMAND (Action)
Select the numerical value or the UP/DOWN step to count
3. ADDRESS
Select the counter address
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BOOLEAN Configuration
1
2
3
1. OBJECT
Enter a description
2. COMMAND
Select the condition (True/False) confirming/cancelling the previous actions.
3. ADDRESS
Select the variable address
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Example of scenario
The example that follows shows how to configure a scenario for the watering of a garden,
particularly if the user wants to activate 2 watering solenoid valves (31 and 32) located in different
areas of the garden.
Watering is automatic every day from 20:30 to 21:10, or manually, by pressing a specific command
(pushbutton 1 A1/PL1).
However, if one wants to limit watering only when it does not rain or there is no wind, if these
conditions occur when the scenario is already active, one wants the possibility of stopping the
sequence of actions (pushbutton 3 A1/PL1). Also configure two commands to enable/disable the
scenario (pushbuttons 2-4 A1/PL1).
START FIELD
ACTION FIELD
when to::
execute:
– every day at 20:30
or
– press pushbutton 1
- solenoid valves 32 and 33 activate in
alternation for a period of 10 minutes each
ONLY IF FIELD
STOP FIELD
only if:
it stops when:
- it does not rain
- there is no wind
- every day at 21:10
- it rains
- it is windy
options:
- repeat the scenario - enable/disable
After configuring the parameters in the global area of the software, enter the specific area to
create the scenario
4
1
2
3
1. Add a scenario
2. Enter a name and a description for the scenario
3. Save the configuration; this operation is necessary each time the parameters of the objects are
set or modified
4. Save the scenario
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You can start building a scenario by including in the Start field the object Scenario control-CEN
and configuring it so that when pushbutton 1 of device 11 (example of scenario control configured
with CEN) is pressed, the scenario is executed.
1
3
2
4
5
1. After clicking Object List, select the Scenario control family
2. Select the CEN object and drag it in the Start field
3. Enter a description
4. Select the pushbutton 1 and the Start pressure mode
5. Enter the address of the device configured as CEN (E.g. A1/PL11)
Insert the Time - Hour object to activate the scenario automatically every day at 20:30
1
3
2
4
1. Select the Time family
2. Select the Hour object and drag it in the Start field
3. Enter a description
4. Enter 20:30
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After configuring the events activating the scenario, you can set the actions that will be
performed, i.e. the activation of the solenoid valves for watering the garden. For this purpose it is
possible to use the object ON/OFF – Timed light
1
3
2
4
5
1. Select the ON/OFF family
2. Select the Timed light object and drag it in the Action field
3. Enter a description
4. Enter the time during which solenoid valve 31 will remain active (e.g. 10 minutes)
5. Enter the device address (E.g. A3PL1)
To create an activation alternation between the two electric pumps, use the object Time - Delay
1
3
2
4
1. Select the Time family
2. Select the Delay object and drag it in the Action field
3. Enter a description
4. Enter the time that must elapse before electric pump 32 is activated (e.g. 10 minutes)
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Now configure the activation of the second electric pump by using the object ON/OFF - Timed
light
1
3
2
4
5
1. Select the ON/OFF family
2. Select the Timed light object and drag it in the Action field
3. Enter a description
4. Enter the time during which solenoid valve 32 will remain active (e.g. 10 minutes)
5. Enter the device address (E.g. A3PL2)
Now set the limitations for the execution of the scenario: for example to make sure that the garden
is only watered when it is not raining and there is no wind. For this purpose use the object Sensors
– Rain sensor and drag it in the Only if field
1
3
4
2
5
1. Select the Sensors family
2. Select the Rain sensor object and drag it in the Only if field
3. Enter a description
4. Select the condition that allows the execution of the scenario (e.g. not raining).
5. Enter the device address (E.g. A0PL1)
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Also insert the Sensors - Wind sensor object and decide its connection with the rain object. When
you insert another condition, the program in fact automatically includes the operator object,
which in this case assumes an “and” value. In this way, the garden is watered when it does not rain
and there is no wind
1
3
2
1. Select the Sensors family
2. Select the Wind sensor object and drag it in the Only if field
3. Select the operator (E.g. and)
4
5
4. Enter a description
5. Select the condition that allows the execution of the scenario (e.g. no wind).
6. Enter the device address (E.g. A0PL2)
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If you want the possibility of forcing the watering of the garden even when it is raining or is windy,
you can use the Variables - Boolean object, including a variable with True basic condition, and then
changing the status to false using the dedicated command. Set the operator as OR.
1
3
2
4
5
1. Select the Variables family
2. Select the Boolean object and drag it in the Only if field and set the operator as OR.
3. Enter a description
4. Select the condition that confirms the previous ones (e.g. True)
5. Enter the variable address
It may also be useful to enter in the Stop field some objects that in certain conditions will stop the
sequence of actions included in the Action field.
1
3
2
4
1. Select the Sensors family
2. Select the Rain sensor object and drag it in the Stop field
3. Enter a description
4. Select the condition that stops the execution of the scenario (e.g. it rains)
5. Enter the device address (E.g. A0PL1)
Repeat the same action by inserting a Wind sensor
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To complete, insert a time condition (Time - HOUR object) to stop the scenario automatically at a
certain time, and a manual stop command (Scenario control - CEN object)
1
3
2
4
1. Select the Time family
2. Select the HOUR object and drag it in the Stop field
3. Enter a description
4. Enter the time when the sequence of actions will be stopped (e.g. 21:10)
1
3
2
4
1. Select the Scenario control family
2. Select the CEN object and drag it in the Stop field
3. Enter a description
4. Select the pushbutton 3 and the Start pressure mode
5. Enter the address of the device configured as CEN (E.g. A1/PL11)
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In order to complete the configuration of the scenario, setting enabling/disabling commands can
also be useful. Disabling the scenario means to ensure that even if a Start condition occurs, the
scenario does not start.
1
2
4
3
1. Click to configure the Enable control
2. Select the mode between CEN and CEN plus
3. Select the pushbutton 2 and the Start pressure mode
4. Enter the address of the device configured as CEN (E.g. A1/PL11)
1
2
4
1. Click to configure the Disable control
2. Select the mode between CEN and CEN plus
3. Select the pushbutton 4 and the Start pressure mode
4. Enter the address of the device configured as CEN (E.g. A1/PL11)
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The scenario is now complete; to make in cyclical, set Scenario properties/Repeat Action to YES (
), click ( ) to save, and click ( ) to return to the global software area, from where the device
configuration can be sent
3
2
1
Using the web page (
scenario
) and/or a scenario command (
) the user will now be able to use the
A
ON
IRRIGAZIONE
ABILITA
IRRIGAZIONE
STOP
IRRIGAZIONE
DISABILITA
IRRIGAZIONE
B
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