User manual for Serial Bridge Art. 20003101

User manual for Serial Bridge Art. 20003101
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User manual for Serial Bridge Art. 20003101
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INDEX
Introduction............................................................................................................................................................. 3
Access to Web pages............................................................................................................................................. 3
Description of the interface ................................................................................................................................... 3
Alarm (for VEDO control panels) .......................................................................................................................... 4
Climate..................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Other / Lights / Irrigation / Automations ............................................................................................................... 6
Shutter ..................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Consumption .......................................................................................................................................................... 7
Scenarios ................................................................................................................................................................ 7
Setup ....................................................................................................................................................................... 8
Setup / Date and Time ........................................................................................................................................................... 8
Setup / Timer enabling ........................................................................................................................................................... 9
Setup / Consumption ............................................................................................................................................................. 9
Setup / Consumption / Display ......................................................................................................................................... 9
Setup / Consumption / Setpoints ................................................................................................................................... 10
Setup / Consumption / Rates .......................................................................................................................................... 10
Setup / Consumption / Settings ..................................................................................................................................... 10
Setup / Consumption / Reset .......................................................................................................................................... 10
Setup / User Codes............................................................................................................................................................... 11
Setup / Dynamic DNS ........................................................................................................................................................... 11
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Introduction
The multifunctional Serial Bridge module makes it possible to communicate with the SimpleHome home automation system and with S-Series
and VEDO anti-intrusion systems.
It can be used as follows:
• Weekly schedule programming: sends commands to outputs, zones, scenarios and thermostats within the system.
• Rule management: programs logic rules for the generation of an event.
• Scenario management: programs scenarios for sending commands to the SimpleHome automation system and/or the S-Series or VEDO
security system.
• Management via browser: allows the user to directly access the security and home automation systems from an internet browser, in order
to control the security system or the automation system by means of simple commands.
Configuration must take place via the WEB interface.
Access to Web pages
To access the Web pages via browser (from PC, tablet, smartphone...):
Local connection:
1. Open your browser.
2. Enter the address 192.168.1.252 (or the IP address provided by your installer) in the address bar and press enter.
3. If requested, enter the user password provided by your installer (default = 111111) and confirm.
Remote connection:
1. Open your browser.
2. Enter the hostname provided by your installer (e.g. "XXXXXX.comelitdns.com") in the address bar and press enter.
3. If requested, enter the user password provided by your installer (default = 111111) and confirm.
Description of the interface
bridge
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Alarm
Climate
Other
Shutters
Lights
Irrigation
Automations
Consumption
1. Current page header.
2. "Date and consumption" toolbar.
3. Buttons for accessing the internal pages used to view and control the available functions and to
configure the device.
4. Connection and authentication status message (connected, not authenticated, not authorised...).
5. Logout button.
„ Press Alarm/Climate/Other.... to access the respective sections.
„ Press
to return to the initial screen.
„ Press
to return to the previous screen.
Setup
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Connected
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The menu icons change depending on the type of system installed and the functions available. To navigate the menu, simply press the icon
corresponding to the desired function.
The icons on the home screen provide feedback on the status of the active elements within the relevant section:
Status of the icons on the home screen
no active element
some active elements
all elements active
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Climate
Other
Shutters
Lights
Irrigation
Automations
Scenarios
Climate
Other
Shutters
Lights
Sprinkler
Automations
Scenarios
Climate
Other
Shutters
Lights
Irrigation
Automations
Scenarios
Status of the "alarm" icon on the home screen
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm
Alarm deactivated
across the entire system
Alarm activated across
the entire system
Alarm partially activated:
only a few areas and/
or a few partial settings
are active
Sabotage/fault
Alarm memory?
In alarm
Alarm (for VEDO control panels)
The Alarm section can be used to activate, deactivate and view the status of the alarm system areas.
Alarm
This chapter illustrates "alarm" section operation for VEDO series control panels. The display looks
different for S-series control panels.
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(1) Alarm system status icon
System Deactivated
Status
Zones
P1
P2
1A
P1+P2
Area 1
Deactivated
Intrusion
Zones
P1
P2
System Deactivated
System Activated
Alarm deactivated
Alarm activated across the entire
system
2
Partial Activation
Alarm partially activated:
only a few areas and/or a few
partial settings are active
2A
P1+P2
Area 2
Deactivated
Alarm in progress
Alarm Memory
Alarm in memory alert
In sabotage
System in sabotage
Alarm in progress
(1A) Alarm control buttons for the entire system
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Status
Zones
Deactivates the alarms activated
across the entire system
Displays the status of zones
across the entire system (open,
omitted, isolated, sabotaged/faulty,
in alarm)
P1
Activates the alarms across the
entire system
P2
Activates partial 1 across the entire
system (and deactivates partial 2,
if active)
P1+P2
Activates partial 2 across the entire
system (and deactivates partial 1,
if active)
Status
„ Press
Zones
entire system.
Alarm
Open
Activates partial 1 and 2 across the
entire system
to view the status of zones across the
to scroll through the zone statuses (open,
„ Use
omitted, isolated, sabotaged/faulty, in alarm).
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„ Press an entry on the list (e.g.: "Entrance door") to "omit"
or "isolate" the zone.
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(2) Zone alarm status bar
Area 1
Area 1
Deactivated
Area 1
Total Act.
Zone alarm deactivated
Zone alarm activated
Area 1
Area 1
In sabotage
Act. P1
Partial zone alarm activated
Area 1
Alarm memory
Area in sabotage
Zone alarm in memory alert
Alarm in progress
Alarm in progress
(2A) Alarm control buttons for an area
Intrusion
Zones
Deactivates the alarms activated in
a specific area
Displays the status of zones
across the area (open, omitted,
isolated, sabotaged/faulty, in
alarm, in fault)
Activates the alarms for a specific
area
Indicates that the alarms are active
Indicates that the system is not
ready for activation, and forcing is
required
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P1
Activates partial 1 across a specific
area (and deactivates partial 2, if
active)
P1
Activates partial 2 across a specific
area (and deactivates partial 1, if
active)
P2
Indicates that the partial set is
active
Indicates that the partial set is
active
P2
P1
Indicates that the system is not
ready for activation, and forcing is
required
zone status legend
P1+P2
P2
P1+P2
Indicates that the partial sets are
active
P1+P2
Indicates that the system is not
ready for activation, and forcing is
required
Intrusion
Zones
„ Press
Intrusion Zones
Activates partial 1 and 2 across a
specific area
Indicates that the system is not
ready for activation, and forcing is
required
to view the status of zones in an area.
Zone open
Area 1
Zone faulty
Zone isolated
„ Use
„ Press an entry on the list (e.g.: "Entrance door") to "omit"
or "isolate" the zone.
Entrance door
Zone excluded
Zone in standby
to scroll through the system partitions.
Connected
Zone error
Zone in sabotage
Climate
1
The climate section can be used to monitor and adjust room temperatures.
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Climate
BATHROOM
24.6°C
24.6°C
10
9
21.2°C
+
3
A
4
M
5
ON
6
LIVING ROOM
23.6°C
BEDROOM
23.7°C
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„ Press Climate to access the Climate menu.
„ Press the desired room (for example: BATHROOM).
1. Room temperature.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Boiler / air-conditioning
on indicator.
Room displayed.
Automatic mode.
Manual mode.
Forcing of timed custom mode.
Room temperature adjustment slider.
Desired temperature.
System on / off.
10. Summer
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/ winter
mode selection (cooling / heating management).
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„ Press
ON
(system on) to change the status to
„ Press summer mode
OFF
to switch to winter mode
(system off) and vice-versa.
and vice-versa.
„ Press the M icon to set the climate to manual mode and use the + and – selectors (or the
adjustment slider) to adjust the temperature of the room.
» The icon will turn blue
„ Press the A icon to set the climate to automatic mode and use the programming set on the
master supervisor.
» The icon will turn blue
indicates that timed custom mode has not been activated on the master supervisor.
indicates that timed custom mode has been activated on the master supervisor.
Options: "Automatic mode", "Manual mode" and "Forcing timed custom mode" are not
available if the Serial Bridge is set as a main device (MASTER).
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Other / Lights / Irrigation / Automations
The Other / Lights / Irrigation / Automations section can be used to control the corresponding elements.
Lights
OFF
DAY ZONE
ON
OFF
NIGHT ZONE
ON
OFF
GARDEN
ON
Other
Lights
„ Press
/
/ Irrigation /
the zones using the ON /OFF commands.
Automations
to access the relevant sections and control
Element statuses
T
all elements are off
Connected
some controlled
elements in the room
(e.g. DAY ZONE) are
active
all controlled elements
in the room (e.g. DAY
ZONE) are active
T
single active element
Irrigation legend
Irrigation
T
timed irrigation
Lights
Other
Lights
„ Press
/
to access the relevant sections, press a specific room (for example:
DAY ZONE) and control the individual elements using the ON/OFF commands.
DAY ZONE
OFF
ENTRANCE LED
ON
If there is an adjustment slider:
„ move the slider [1] to set the desired intensity.
OFF
SITTING ROOM2 LED
ON
If RGB lights are used, their colour and brightness can be adjusted:
„ Click the element you wish to set [2] and select the desired tone on the colour spectrum [3].
„ Move the slider to set the desired intensity [4].
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3
Element statuses
element off
OFF
SITTING ROOM
ENTRANCE LED
T
T
T
ON
1
OFF
T
single active element
T
ON
lights legend
other outputs legend
Connected
T
other
lights
timed other
RGB lights
T
6
timed light
Shutter
The Shutters section can be used to open or close one shutter or all the shutters in a room.
Shutters
1. Press
DAY ZONE
Shutters
to access the shutters section.
to close the shutters in the controlled room, and press
2. Press
Or
to open the shutters in the controlled room, and press
Press
to stop downward movement.
to stop upward movement.
Connected
The blue bar indicates that the shutters in the controlled zone are working.
DAY ZONE
Shutters
DAY ZONE
1. Press
Shutters
to access the shutters section.
2. Press a specific room (for example: DAY ZONE) and control the individual elements using
AWNING
Connected
Press
Or
to close the shutter, and press
Press
to open the shutters in the controlled room, and press
.
to stop downward movement.
to stop upward movement.
The blue bar indicates that the shutter in the controlled zone is working.
DAY ZONE
The blue arrow indicates whether the shutter is opening or closing.
Consumption
This menu can be used for monitoring consumption though graphs and tables.
Consumption
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LOADS
2
3
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Day
596.0
Wh
4
Graph
572W
1.50kWh
5
6
476.8
7
357.6
238.4
8
119.2
0
4
8
12
2
16
20
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„ Press
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Consumption
to access the Consumption menu.
Scroll through available meters.
Meter currently displayed.
Scroll through days / months / years / log.
Change day / month / year / log mode.
Change unit of measurement.
Change graph / table display.
Total consumption value for the displayed graph.
Instant load consumption value.
If the maximum consumption setpoints have been set (see Setup/Consumption/Setpoints), the
consumption limits are displayed:
• In "graph" mode: yellow line from 75% to 100%, red line over 100%.
• In "table" mode the check boxes are coloured to indicate the consumption level.
Period
kWh
0-1
0.001
from 0% to 75%
1-2
475.0
from 75% to 100%
2-3
596.0
over 100%
Scenarios
Scenarios
The Scenarios section can be used to activate programmed scenarios.
„ Press the scenario to activate it.
Relax TV
Morning
Start Tour
Relax TV
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the blue bar indicates that the scenario is being executed.
Setup
Configuration
bridge
Setup
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Enter User Password
Date and time
Enable Timers
Consumption
User codes
This menu can be used to configure the date
and time, enable timers (configured via Setup/
Advanced), set consumption setpoints and
rates, change the user code, set a dynamic
DNS address and access advanced settings.
1. Press Setup to access the menu.
2. Enter the user password (default = 111111)
and confirm.
3. Select the menu entry you want to configure.
Dynamic DNS
Advanced
Firmware:
IP address: 172.24.2.186
Subnet Mask: 255.255.0.0
Gateway: 172.24.255.254
Primary DNS: 172.24.0.30
Secondary DNS: 172.24.0.44
MAC address: 00:04:A3:CE:D5:75
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Setup / Date and Time
This menu can be used to set the device date and time, as well as the Astronomical dawn/dusk device.
Date and time
Date and time
Date and time: the values can only be changed when enable NTP is deactivated.
Date and time
Date and time
DD/MM/YYYY
Enable NTP (automatic time/date from Internet): enables automatic updating of date and time via
the web. Only works if the bridge is connected to
the Internet.
14/04/2014
HH:MM
10:01
Enable NTP (automatic time/date from Internet)
Time difference: select the reference time difference.
Time difference
(GMT +1:00) Rome, Brussels. Copenhag
Automatic switch to DST: select "Automatic (Europe only)" to set the automatic switch to DST.
(only with enable
select "Specify date" to specify the time interval in which DST is applied.
NTP active)
Automatic switch to DST
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Astronomical dawn/dusk device
Sunrise: 06:34 - Sunset: 20:05
Automatic switch to DST
Use the stop as a decimal point
Specify
p y date
Latitude:
45.8782
N
Longitude:
9.9746
E
Sunrise variation:
0min
Sunset variation:
0min
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From:
15
/ 3
To:
15
/
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Astronomical dawn/dusk device
Sends commands at sunset and sunrise (see Setup/Advanced/Rules), according to the latitude and
longitude of the installation site (to avoid installation of external dawn/dusk devices).
Latitude / Longitude: set the relevant coordinates for automatic updating of the dawn/dusk clock.
Sunrise variation / Sunset variation: adjust these values to bring the sunrise and sunset times
forward or set them back.
For example: if you want to switch on the outside lights at sunset,
leave the sunset variation at 0. If you want to switch them off 2
hours before sunrise, set the sunrise variation to -120 min.
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Setup / Timer enabling
This menu can be used to activate/deactivate the programmed timers and change timer operating
times/days.
Timer number: select the timer you want to activate (programmed via Setup/Advanced/Timers).
Enable Timers
Timer enabling: enables the selected timer.
"Day" timer
Timer number:
2 - Day
Timer start: timer start time. The timer start times can be changed.
Timer enabling:
Enabled days: days on which the timer will be started. The timer operating days can be changed.
Timer start:
HH:MM
Enabled days:
Th
Mo
Fr
Timer End:
HH:MM
Enabled days:
Th
Mo
Fr
00:00
Tu
Sa
We
Su
N.B.: with the "virtual timer", the "Timer end" times can also be changed.
00:00
Tu
Sa
We
Su
Save
Setup / Consumption
This menu can be used to set which consumption values to display on the consumption menu, decide
which consumption value to display on the homepage, change the maximum consumption setpoints by
hour, day, month or year; change the rates by day and time band.
Consumption
Toolbar: select which meter to monitor via the toolbar on the homepage.
Display
Currency: enter the currency symbol you want to set for calculating consumption.
Thresholds
CO2 constant: enter the CO2 constant to monitor the CO2 not released into the atmosphere, in the
case of energy production systems (photovoltaic systems...). The "CO2 Saved" graph
can be viewed via Home/Consumption.
Rates
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HOME / CONSUMPTION / CO2 SAVED
Reset
Consumption
HOME
CO2 Saved
bridge
Toolbar:
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None
Currency:
Day
Graph
kg
0kg
€
CO2 constant:
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0,000
kg/kWh
0.53100
Save
0
4
8
12
16
20
Setup / Consumption / Display
Display meters
Description:
Visibility
Electricity
Gas
Water
Input 2
Input 3
Save
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This menu can be used to rename the meters connected to the system and select the meters that you
wish to view in the consumption menu area.
Description: description associated with the meter.
Visibility: makes the meter in the consumption menu visible.
Setup / Consumption / Setpoints
This menu can be used to set the maximum consumption setpoints for hours, days, months and
years in order to obtain an immediate visual comparison on the graph and in the consumption table
when the set setpoint for the period is exceeded. Yellow = 75% of the set setpoint, Red = 100% of the
set setpoint.
Thresholds
"Consumption" thresholds
Meter:
Meter: select the meter for which you want to set the setpoints.
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Time
0.00000
kWh
Day
0.00000
kWh
Month
0.00000
kWh
Year
0.00000
kWh
Time/Month/day/Year: set the maximum consumption setpoint for the corresponding time interval.
Save
Setup / Consumption / Rates
This menu can be used to set the meter rates according to time bands. The information
will then be used to construct the consumption graphs in the Consumption menu (Home/Consumption).
1. Meter: select the meter for which you want to set the setpoints, for example: "Elect. consumption".
2. Rates: set the rates according to time.
3. Time slot: set the start and end of each time band, and associate the time bands with the
corresponding rate for every day of the week.
Rates
Rate: "Electricity
production"
Meter:
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Rates
1
0.09800
€/kWh
2
0.00000
€/kWh
3
0.00000
€/kWh
4
0.00000
€/kWh
5
0.00000
€/kWh
CAUTION: daily rate programming must refer to the whole 24-hour cycle; any hours not
programmed by the user will be set by the system automatically.
Select a rate
Time slot:
Start:
End
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thur
Sat
Sun
0
6
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
6
20
1
1
1
1
Fri
1
2
2
20
24
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Save
Setup / Consumption / Settings
This menu can be used to view the settings for the pulse meter module used to measure water, GAS,
etc...).
Meter: select the meter for which you want to change the settings.
Settings
Unit of measurement: enter the unit of measurement for that meter.
"GAS" settings
Meter:
GAS
Unit of measurement:
Scale factor:
mc
Scale factor: enter a multiplication factor if you want to convert different units of measurement (for
example, from litres to imperial gallons, 4.54609).
1.00000
Save
Setup / Consumption / Reset
Reset count
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Reset meters: are you sure?
No Yes
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This menu can be used to reset all meters.
„ Press "Yes" to reset all meters.
Setup / User Codes
This menu can be used to change the user code:
Change codes
Home automation login
Serial Bridge user code
New user code:
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Re-enter user code:
‡‡‡‡
Save
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√ The code can consist of letters a-z (capitals or lower case) and/or digits 0-9.
√ The password is case-sensitive (a difference is detected between capitals and lower case letters).
√ Min. length 4 characters - Max. 10 characters.
Home automation login: the drop-down menu can be used to set the "Home automation login" as:
S-series control panels
VEDO control panels
no user code (default): to access all "user
sections" (except SetUp and Alarms) without
entering the user password. A user password
should nevertheless be set for accessing the
Setup and Alarms sections.
no user code (default): to access all "user
sections" (except SetUp and Alarms) without
entering the user password. It is nevertheless
necessary to know the "VEDO control panel
user code" (configured via Safe Manager*) in
order to access the "Alarms" section and set a
password for accessing the Setup section.
serial bridge user code: to access all "user
sections".
serial bridge user code: to access all "user
sections" (except Alarms). It is nevertheless
necessary to know the "VEDO control panel
user code" (configured via Safe Manager*) in
order to access the "Alarms" section.
VEDO control panel user code: to access
all "user sections" using the VEDO user code
(configured via Safe Manager*).
* default 111111
„ To set a new user code, enter a new password and press "Save".
Setup / Dynamic DNS
Dynamic DNS
1. Enable DDNS service: tick this option to enable the DNS service.
2. DNS service: select, for example, Comelit DNS to use the free Comelit service.
3. Press "Comelit DNS registration" and complete user registration (making a note of the data entered)
on the website www.comelitdns.com to which you are automatically directed.
DNS client not enabled
Enable DDNS service:
DNS service:
ComelitDNS (www.comelitdns.com)
Comelit DNS registration:
DDNS code:
Activation code:
This menu can be used to associate a dominion name (for remote connection) with the public IP address
of the Serial Bridge Art. 20003101.
0004A3CED575
C557E350907E74A2
Username
(indicate service access username)
Password
(indicate service access password)
You must be connected to the Internet to carry out this procedure.
User registration
Hostname
myhostname
Email address
[email protected]
Password
‡‡‡‡‡‡‡‡
Confirm password
‡‡‡‡‡‡‡‡
.comelitdns.com
Host (indicate dns name)
I have read the terms and conditions of service.
Save
4. Press
to register the product. A confirmation email will be sent to the email address entered
during the "user registration" process; follow the instructions in the message to complete the
activation procedure.
5. Return to the Serial Bridge WEB page and enter the email address used for registration, the
password and the submitted hostname in the "Username", "Password" and "Host" fields.
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