Technical manual for programming Serial Bridge Art

Technical manual for programming Serial Bridge Art
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Technical manual for programming Serial Bridge Art. 20003101
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INDEX
Accessing the device for the first time................................................................................................................. 2
Description of the interface.................................................................................................................................... 3
Reset......................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Setup .. ...................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Setup / Date and time ............................................................................................................................................................. 4
Setup / Timer enabling............................................................................................................................................................ 4
Setup / Consumption.............................................................................................................................................................. 5
Setup / Consumption / Display.......................................................................................................................................... 5
Setup / Consumption / Setpoints...................................................................................................................................... 5
Setup / Consumption / Rates............................................................................................................................................. 6
Setup / Consumption / Settings........................................................................................................................................ 6
Setup / Consumption / Reset............................................................................................................................................. 6
Setup / User Codes.................................................................................................................................................................. 6
Setup / Dynamic DNS.............................................................................................................................................................. 6
Setup / Advanced.................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Setup / Advanced / General Parameters.......................................................................................................................... 7
Setup / Advanced / Network.............................................................................................................................................. 9
Port forwarding for remote connection......................................................................................................................... 9
Setup / Advanced / Timers.............................................................................................................................................. 10
Recipient definition........................................................................................................................................................ 10
Setup / Advanced / Rules................................................................................................................................................ 11
Setup / Advanced / Scenarios......................................................................................................................................... 11
Setup / Advanced / User and installer code.................................................................................................................. 12
Setup / Advanced / Update Configurations................................................................................................................... 12
Setup / Advanced / Update product............................................................................................................................... 12
Accessing the device for the first time
The factory setting for the device IP address is 192.168.1.252.
√√ Your PC must therefore be configured with an IP (code identifying a device connected to a network) which is part of the subnetwork,
i.e. with an address between 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.1.254.
192 . 168 . 1 . 2
IP address:
the last value must be between 1 and 254
excluding: 252 (assigned to serial bridge Art. 20003101) and the values already assigned
to other devices connected to the network
To access the WEB interface:
1. Power up the device and connect it to the local network using a LAN cable.
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2. Open the browser.
3. Enter the address http://192.168.1.252 in the address bar and press enter.
To access the Setup section, press the button and enter the user password (default = 111111) (see
chapter "SETUP / ADVANCED / USER AND INSTALLER CODE" to set a new password).
Setup
CAUTION: To configure outputs, home automation modules... see the technical manual for
the SimpleHome system, which is available on the website www.comelitgroup.com.
To import the home automation settings from SimpleHome configuration software via SD
Card, see the chapter Setup / Advanced / Update configurations.
Alarm system configurations are acquired via the Bridge, directly from the anti-intrusion
BUS (for VEDO control units). To configure intrusion areas and intrusion zones using Safe
Manager, see the technical manual for programming VEDO series alarm control units,
which is available on the website www.comelitgtoup.com.
Once module configuration is complete, we recommend making an exact copy of the
entire contents of the SD card and archiving the information.
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Description of the interface
1
bridge
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2
3
Alarm
Climate
Other
Shutters
Lights
Irrigation
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
Automations
Consumption
Setup
„„ Press
Configuration
4
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Reset
5
to return
to the initial screen.
Configuration
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to return to the previous screen.
Date and time
Date and time
Enable Timers
Enable Timers
Consumption
User codes
The reset button can be used to:
safely disconnect the SD card, restore
the network information and restore the factory settings.
Consumption
SD CARD EJECT
Disconnect the SD card
User codes
Dynamic DNS
Advanced
NETW RESET
Restore the factory settings
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
TOTAL RESET
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Restore the factory settings on the device
1.Press
and hold the Reset button for 2 seconds.
Dynamic DNS
2.When the POWER/STATUS LED flashes more
quickly, remove the SD card from the slot.
Advanced
Firmware:
IP address: 172.24.2.186
Subnet
Mask:
255.255.0.0
1.Press and hold
the Reset button for 5 seconds.
Gateway: 172.24.255.254
2.When
the 172.24.0.30
POWER/STATUS LED flashes even
Primary DNS:
Secondary DNS: 172.24.0.44
more
quickly, the network settings will be restored
MAC address: 00:04:A3:CE:D5:75
to the factory values and the device will restart
automatically with the IP address 192.168.1.252.
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1.Press and hold the Reset button for 10 seconds.
2.When the POWER/STATUS LED flashes at
maximum speed, the factory settings will be restored
and the device will restart automatically with the
factory settings in place.
2 sec.
speed 1
5 sec.
speed 2
10 sec.
speed 3
CAUTION: ALWAYS disconnect the SD CARD before removing it.
CAUTION: The SD CARD must be inserted during the network and factory settings reset.
Once the network and factory settings reset is complete, you must wait for the device to restart.
When the total reset procedure is carried out, all system configurations saved previously will be deleted.
Setup
bridge
Setup
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Enter User Password
Configuration
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Date and time
Enable Timers
Consumption
User codes
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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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.
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
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HH:MM
10:01
Enable NTP (automatic time/date from Internet)
Time difference
(GMT +1:00) Rome, Brussels. Copenhag
Automatic switch to DST
Automatic (Europe only)
Astronomical dawn/dusk device
Sunrise: 06:34 - Sunset: 20:05
Enable NTP (automatic time/date from Internet):Date
enables
updating of date and time via
and automatic
time
the web. Only works if the bridge is connected to
the Internet.
Time difference: select the reference time difference.
Date and time
DD/MM/YYYY 14/04/2014
Date and time
Automatic switch to DST: select "Automatic
(Europe only)"
to set the automatic switch to DST.
HH:MM 10:01
(only with enable
select "SpecifyEnable
date"
to(automatic
specifytime/date
the time
interval
NTP
from
Internet)in which DST is applied.
NTP active)
Time difference
(GMT +1:00) Rome, Brussels. Copenhag
Automatic switch to DST
Use the stop as a decimal point
Specify date
Latitude:
45.8782
N
Longitude:
9.9746
E
Sunrise variation:
0min
Sunset variation:
0min
From:
15
/ 3
To:
15
/
9
Astronomical dawn/dusk device
Astronomical dawn/dusk device
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Sunrise: 06:34 - Sunset: 20:05
Sends commands at sunset and sunriseUse
(see
according to the latitude and
the Setup/Advanced/Rules),
stop as a decimal point
longitude of the installation site (to avoid Latitude:
installation of external dawn/dusk
devices).
45.8782
N
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Longitude:
9.9746
E
Latitude / Longitude: s et the relevant coordinates for automatic updating of the dawn/dusk clock.
Sunrise variation:
0min
Sunrise variation / Sunset variation: adjust these values to bring the sunrise and sunset times
Sunset variation:
0min
forward or set them back.
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For example: if you want to switch on the outside lights at
sunset, leave the sunset Connected
variation at 0. If you want to switch
them off 2 hours before sunrise, set the sunrise variation to -120
min.
Setup / Timer enabling
This menu can be used to activate/deactivate the programmed timers (see Setup/Advanced/Timers)
and change timer operating times/days.
Enable Timers
Timer number: select the timer you want to activate (programmed via Setup/Advanced/Timers).
"Day" timer
Timer number:
Timer enabling: enables the selected timer.
2 - Day
Timer start: timer start time. The timer start times can be changed.
Timer enabling:
Enabled days: d
ays 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
00:00
Tu
Sa
Save
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We
Su
We
Su
N.B.: with the "virtual timer", the "Timer end" times can also be changed.
Setup / Consumption
This menu can be used to view the power measured by the load modules or pulse meter to as a
production or consumption value, 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
Settings
HOME / CONSUMPTION / CO2 SAVED
Reset
Consumption
HOME
CO2 Saved
bridge
Toolbar:
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None
Currency:
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0.00kW
Graph
kg
0kg
€
CO2 constant:
Day
0,000
kg/kWh
0.53100
Setup
Save
0
4
8
12
16
20
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Setup / Consumption / Display
Display meters
Description:
Visibility
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.
Electricity
Gas
Water
Input 2
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Input 3
Save
Setup / Consumption / Setpoints
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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 threshold, Red = 100% of the
set setpoint).
Setpoints
"Consumption" setpoints
Meter:
Meter: select the meter for which you want to set the setpoints.
consumption
Time
0.00000
kWh
Day
0.00000
kWh
Month
0.00000
kWh
Year
0.00000
kWh
Save
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Time/Month/day/Year: set the maximum consumption setpoint for the corresponding time interval.
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:
Elect. consumption
Rates
1
0.09800
€/kWh
2
0.00000
€/kWh
3
0.00000
€/kWh
4
0.00000
€/kWh
5
0.00000
€/kWh
AUTION: daily rate programming must refer to the whole 24-hour cycle; any hours not
C
programmed by the user will be set by the system automatically.
Select a rate
Time slot:
Start:
End
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thur
Fri
Sat
Sun
0
6
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
6
20
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
20
24
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Save
Setup / Consumption / Settings
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Settings
Unit of measurement: enter the unit of measurement for that meter.
"GAS" settings
Meter:
GAS
Unit of measurement:
mc
Scale factor:
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.
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
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Setup / Consumption / Reset
This menu can be used to reset all meters.
Reset count
„„ Press "Yes" to reset all meters.
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Reset meters: are you sure?
No Yes
Setup / User Codes
See "Home automation login" in "Setup / Advanced / User and installer code".
Setup / Dynamic DNS
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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:
0004A3CED575
C557E350907E74A2
Username
(indicate service access username)
Password
(indicate service access password)
Host (indicate dns name)
Comelit
DNS
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
I have read the terms and conditions of service.
Save
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This menu can be used to associate a dominion name (for remote connection) with the public IP address
of the Serial Bridge Art. 20003101.
to register the product. A confirmation email will be sent to the email address entered
4. Press
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
Passion.Technology. Design.
password and the submitted hostname in the "Username", "Password" and "Host" fields.
Setup / Advanced
The advanced settings can be used to configure: the general parameters, network settings, timers, rules, scenarios and user and installer codes,
as well as updating the configurations and the product itself.
To access the advanced settings:
1. From the home screen, select Setup/Advanced.
2. Enter the installer password (default = 001961).
3. Select the menu entry you want to set.
Configuration
Advanced
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Date and time
General parameters
Enable Timers
Network
Consumption
Timer
User codes
Dynamic DNS
Scenarios
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Enter Installer Password
Advanced
Setup
Rules
Advanced
User and installer code
Update configurations
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
Update product
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Setup / Advanced / General Parameters
This menu can be used to configure the general device settings: the language, identification name and configuration parameters of the home
automation and alarm system.
General parameters
General parameters
General parameters
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Select language
Select language
Italiano
Description:
Home automation
Bus module number:
Slave
bridge
Home automation
Bus module number:
201
Master/Slave
Italiano
Description:
bridge
Home automation
201
Master/Slave
Select language
Italiano
Description:
bridge
Slave
Bus module number:
201
Master/Slave
Slave
Transmission time:
30
Transmission time:
30
Transmission time:
30
Number of retries:
3
Number of retries:
3
Number of retries:
3
PANEL (on 485)
EnableVEDO
Bus toCONTROL
TCP:
Enable Bus to TCP:
Alarm
Alarm control panel detected:
Alarm
Alarm
Vedo control panel
Communication type:
TCP/IP
ID address:
1
Device password:
••••
IP communication card address:
172.24.2.212
S-SERIES
Enable Bus
to TCP: CONTROL PANEL
: 10012
TLS
Alarm control panel detected:
Communication type:
ID address:
Vedo control panel
Master/Slave
485
1
Device password:
••••
RS485 bus speed:
38400
S-Series control panel
Slave
Enable RS232 to 485:
Enable alarm act. from bus:
Enable alarm deact. from bus:
Bus activation zone:
Save
Save
Alarm control panel detected:
100
Enable alarm act. from web:
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Enable alarm deact. from web:
Enable alarm to TCP:
Save
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Select language: s elect the menu language.
Description: identification name of art. 20003101. Appears on the web page home screen.
Home automation
BUS module number: number identifying the module on the home automation BUS. It can be used to send "Supervisor commands" over the
BUS which can activate scenarios on other supervisors (Planux Manager, etc...).
Master/Slave: the type of operation must be set on all supervisors within the system for system management. MASTER must only be selected
on one of the supervisors within the system, while all the remaining supervisors must be set as SLAVE. By supervisor we mean
Planux Manager, Minitouch, Touch screen, Serial Bridge, etc...
Polling time (Master only): c an be used to force module interrogation to maintain system alignment (we recommend setting a high time value
so as not to cause traffic on the BUS).
Transmission time: the transmission time determines the speed with which the commands are sent over the data line. The higher the value, the
greater the time between sending one command and the next.
E.g.: Supposing we have 5 lights in one area and we send the switch-on command to all of them.
• If the value is set to 2, 2 tenths of a second will pass between one light switching on and the next.
• If the value is set to 6, 6 tenths of a second will pass between one light switching on and the next.
Number of retries: indicates the number of command re-transmissions in the event that the module under control does not respond.
Enable Bus to TCP: enables the serial bridge for operation as a converter between SimpleHome BUS and the LAN with TCP/IP protocol. This
function is used by the supervisors, in order to send commands over the home automation BUS via the LAN, or to program
home automation modules using the SimpleHome configuration software on a PC connected to the LAN. The port to set on
the programming software is 10011.
Alarm
Alarm control panel detected: s pecify whether the system has an alarm control panel which should communicate with the serial bridge (none /
VEDO control panel / S-Series control panel).
VEDO control panel(parameters to be set as configured via Safe Manager)
Communication type: s elect the type of communication protocol (TCP/IP or 485).
ID address: select the device identification number. This corresponds to the BUS address set on the device (via Safe Manager).
Device password: enter the password associated with the device (default 0).
IP communication card IP address: IP address of the control panel card, control panel port and TLS (TCP/IP communication
protocol only).
485 BUS speed: select the RS485 communication BUS speed (485 communication protocol only). The standard speed of VEDO
control panels is 38400 baud.
S-Series control panel
Master/Slave: the type of operation must be set on all supervisors within the system for system management. MASTER must only
be selected on one of the supervisors within the system, while all the remaining supervisors must be set as SLAVE.
By supervisor we mean Planux Manager, Minitouch, Touch screen, Serial Bridge, etc...
Enable RS232 to 485: enables the serial bridge for operation as an RS232/RS485 converter. CAUTION: this function is only active
if terminals V+ and V- have a voltage setting of +12 Vdc to +13.8 Vdc.
Enable alarm act. from BUS: enables the option of alarm system activation by means of a command over the home automation BUS.
Enable alarm deact. from BUS: enables the option of alarm system deactivation by means of a command over the home
automation BUS.
BUS activation zone: this zone, if the option "Enable alarm activation from BUS" or "Enable alarm deactivation from BUS" is
enabled, means the anti-intrusion system can be activated or deactivated with a command made directly
from the BUS. If the pre-set value (100) is not changed, the entire system can be activated with a SET
command for ZONE 100 or deactivated with a RESET command for zone 100. It is also possible to activate
individual alarm control panel zones by means of zone commands, by adding the number of the control
panel area you wish to control to the set number. For example, if you want to activate alarm control panel
area 3, you need to send a SET command to zone 103 (100+3), or a RESET command to zone 103 to
deactivate control panel area 3.
Enable alarm act. from WEB: enables the option of alarm system activation via the serial bridge WEB page.
Enable alarm deact. from WEB: enables the option of alarm system deactivation via the serial bridge WEB page.
Enable Alarm to TCP: enables the serial bridge for operation as a converter between the RS232 serial port on the alarm control
unit and the LAN. For operation in this mode, port 10012 must be used on the IP address of the Serial
Bridge.
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Setup / Advanced / Network
Network configuration
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Host Name:
This menu can be used to configure all device network parameters.
Host Name: name identifying the device within the local network.
Enable DHCP: enable protocol for dynamic configuration of the device IP address.
SAM
IP address: address identifying the bridge within the network (default = 192.168.1.252).
Enable DHCP:
IP address:
192.168.1.252
Gateway:
192.168.1.1
Subnet Mask:
255.255.255.0
Primary DNS:
192.168.1.1
Secondary DNS:
192.168.1.1
HTTP port:
80
HTTPS port:
443
Gateway: IP address of the router to which the device is connected (provided in the router user manual).
Subnet Mask: (255.255.255.0).
Primary DNS / Secondary DNS: server address for the translation of host names into IP addresses.
Set the primary DNS as the IP address of your router. Leave the
secondary DNS field empty.
HTTP port: web access port (default = 80).
HTTPS port: secure web access port (default = 443).
Save
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CAUTION: Incorrect settings could cause the screen to disappear.
If you change the IP address of the Serial Bridge, configure your PC with an IP address
which is part of its subnetwork (to access web pages locally) and remember to enter the
new address in the address bar of your browser.
Valid DNS addresses must be entered in the Primary and Secondary DNS fields for the
device to work properly.
We recommend that the "Enable DHCP" command is not selected, so that the Serial Bridge
has a fixed IP address and can therefore always be reached.
For remote access, open the HTTP port or the HTTPS port on your router (see the port
forwarding procedure below).
Port forwarding for remote connection
1. Connect the PC to the router to which the Serial Bridge Art. 20003101 is connected.
2. Access the browser and enter the IP address of the router (this can be found in the router user
manual) in the navigation bar, for example: 192.168.1.1
3. Log in by entering the username and password (these can be found in the router user manual).
The port configuration method may differ according to the brand and type of router used
4. Search for the sections "Port Opening" or "Apps and games" or "Port Forwarding" (if not displayed on
the main menu, search for them in Advanced settings) and add the ports you wish to configure.
5. Fill in the configuration panel (see example in the figure below):
a. Enter the name of the application.
b. Select TCP protocol.
c. For the external port, enter the value* which identifies the HTTP port (e.g. 80) or HTTPS (e.g. 443).
Enter the same value in Start and End to open a single port.
d. For the internal port, enter the value* which identifies the HTTP port (e.g. 80) or HTTPS (e.g. 443).
Enter the same value in Start and End to open a single port.
e. Enter the Serial Bridge IP address 192.168.1.252.
f. Confirm.
* Open the HTTP (for web access) or HTTPS (for secure web access) port by setting the
parameters used in the "Network configuration" of the Serial Bridge.
If remote connection does not work, try changing the address of the ports to one of the
following: 8080 (to open the HTTP port) or 8443 (to open the HTTPS port).
Web Server Bridge
80
80
80
80
192
9
168
1
252
Setup / Advanced / Timers
From this menu it is possible to set:
· a timer for executing a command over the BUS.
· a virtual timer to define a time range for executing a rule (see Setup/Advanced/Rules).
Timer
Timer number:
1-
Timer number: number identifying the timer. Up to 32 timers can be entered.
Description:
• Timer
Timer description: description associated with the timer.
Virtual
0
Timer: select if you wish to set a timer to transmit commands over the BUS in order to control other
modules or systems.
00:00
Virtual: select if you wish to set a virtual timer to carry out actions exclusively within the set time band.
The virtual timer can be used from the Rules menu.
Timer enabling:
Enabling zone association:
Timer start:
HH:MM
Enabled days:
Th
Recipient:
Mo
Fr
Tu
Sa
We
Su
Timer enabling: tick the option to activate the timer.
Enabling zone association: a zone number can be associated with a timer in order to enable or disable
the latter, for example using a button connected to the home automation
BUS set as a zone command.
None
Save
Timer start: times at which the timer will be started.
Timer end (virtual timer only): times at which the timer will be deactivated.
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Timers
Enabled days: d
ays on which the timer will be started.
Recipient: select what will be controlled by the timer (see page 10 "Recipient definition").
Timer number:
1-
Description:
Timers
• Virtual
Timer enabling:
Enabling zone association:
0
Timer start:
HH:MM
Enabled days:
Th
Mo
Fr
Timer End:
HH:MM
Enabled days:
Th
Mo
Fr
00:00
Tu
Sa
We
Su
00:00
Tu
Sa
We
Su
Save
Recipient definition
Recipient
Connected
In timers, rules and scenarios the "Recipient" field defines what is controlled by the timer, the rule
or the scenario.
Zone
Zone:
0
Command:
Element on Bridge: select the type of output (lights, automations...) you want to control,
the element on the bridge and the type of command (*) (or speed in
the case of the "climate" output) you wish to transmit.
Supervisor: select the supervisor input number.
Scenario: select the number of the scenario you wish to transmit.
Module + output: select the module number, the module output number and the type of
command (*) you wish to transmit.
Zone: s elect the zone number and the type of command (*) you wish to transmit.
VEDO control panel/S-series control panel: select the area number and the type of
command you wish to transmit.
Dimmer
35%
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If the command type is "rule" or "dimmer": move the slider [1] to set the desired intensity.
If the command type is "RGB":
„„ Click the on the colour bar [2] and select the desired tone on the colour spectrum [3].
„Recipient
„ Move the slider to set the Zone
desired intensity [4].
Zone:
0
Command:
Dimmer
1
Command:
RGB
4
2
35%
3
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Setup / Advanced / Rules
The rules allow the association of up to 3 anti-intrusion system elements in order to trigger an event that
can send commands over both systems. For example, it is possible to switch on a timed light if an alarm
control unit input is opened (when a volumetric sensor enters alarm mode) only if an alarm control unit
area has been activated.
Rule number: n
umber identifying the rule. Up to 50 rules can be entered.
Rules
Rule number:
1 - RULE TEST
Description:
RULE TEST
Description: description associated with the rule.
Rule enabling:
Rule enabling: tick the option to activate the rule.
Element 1
Element type:
Timer
Element 1/2/3
1-1-
Element status:
Active
Relationship:
AND
Element 2
Element type:
Timer
1-1-
Element status:
Active
Relationship:
END
True condition
Recipient
Scenario
1-
False condition
Recipient
Scenario
2-
Element type: enter the element to be supervised for the implementation of the rule with the
corresponding module number, area number, etc...
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OFF (default)
Element on Bridge
SimpleHome BUS input
SimpleHome BUS output
Timer (see Setup/Advanced/Timers)
Rule (see Setup/Advanced/Rules)
Astronomical dawn/dusk device (see Setup/Date and time)
Intrusion zone
Intrusion zone deactivated
Intrusion zone activated
Area in alarm
Area in entrance delay
Area in exit delay
CAUTION: if you select "SimpleHome BUS input", the ON/OFF status of a home
automation module can be entered in the rule. This input must be set in the
programming software as a supervisor input.
CAUTION: if you select "Element on Bridge", you will be able to enter one of the
elements that can be controlled from the areas available on the home screen in the
rule: Lights, Other, Automations, Climate, Irrigation, Shutters.
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Element status: condition to be checked.
Relationship: up to 3 elements can be linked in one rule. After entering an element, select AND or OR
to move onto the next elements. Select END to close the condition.
True / false condition
Recipient: select what will be controlled at the end of condition checking (see page 10 "Recipient
definition").
Setup / Advanced / Scenarios
Up to 32 scenarios can be programmed with 20 elements each, sending commands over the automation
or anti-intrusion system.
Scenarios
Scenario number: n
umber identifying the scenario.
Scenario number
Description: description associated with the scenario.
1-
Description:
Visible: tick this option to make the scenario visible on the home/scenarios screen.
Visible:
Element number
1
Element number: Enter the scenario element number. After programming an element, save the
configuration and move on to the next element.
Recipient: select what will be controlled (see page 10 "Recipient definition").
Recipient
None
CAUTION: several scenarios can be linked together by adding a second previously saved
scenario as an element.
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Setup / Advanced / User and installer code
This menu can be used to change both the user code and the installer code.
Change codes
Home automation login
Serial Bridge user code
New user code:
••••
Re-enter user code:
••••
Save
New installer code
••••
Re-enter installer code
••••
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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".
To access the Advanced Setup section, you need to enter the installer code (default = 001961).
„„ To set a new installer code, enter a new password and press "Save".
Setup / Advanced / Update Configurations
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Import the settings to SD card using the SimpleHome configuration software.
Insert the SD card in the relevant slot.
From Setup/Advanced, select "Update configurations".
Press "Yes" and wait for the configurations to load.
If you want to return to the home screen, enter the address http://192.168.1.252 (or the IP address set in network parameters) in the
address bar again and press enter.
Update configurations
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Are you sure you want to reload
configurations from SD?
No Yes
The configuration updating procedure does not store data relating to consumption settings, and for this reason this information
must be re-entered (setpoints, rates, toolbars, etc...).
Setup / Advanced / Update product
Select files and press upgrade
Firmware:
none selected
none selected
Browse...
Browse...
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„„ To update the Firmware press "Browse" and search for the file with extension .cfbl
„„ To update the WebPages press "Browse" and search for the file with extension .bin
„„ Press "Upgrade" to begin updating and wait for the confirmation message.
CAUTION: the version number of the loaded files must match.
For example: "X.X" "firmware_20003101_X.X.cfbl" and "webpages_20003101_X.X.bin".
1st edition 05/2014 code 2G40001106
This menu offers access to Serial Bridge software upgrades.
Upgrade
WebPages:
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