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INTERRUTTORI CREPUSCOLARI ASTRONOMICI
memo AST2
Astronomical twilight switches: User Manual
Manuale d’Uso
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Safety warnings
Technical characteristics
Dimensions
Connection diagrams
Display and keypad description
Installation
Setting the language
Setting the date format
Setting the date
Setting the time
Setting the coordinates/province capital
■ Manual operation
Switching on/off manually
Switch lock
■ Pre-set programs
P1 program
P2 program
P3 program
P4 program
P5 program
P6 program
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■ Automatic operation
1. NIGHT PROGRAM C1 menu
1.1 NIGHT C1 display
1.2 Change NIGHT C1
2. Menu HOLIDAY PROGRAM
2.1 Creating a HOLIDAY program
2.2 Checking a program
2.2.1 Displaying a program HOLIDAY
2.2.2 Changing a program HOLIDAY
2.2.3 Deleting a program HOLIDAY
3. Programs reset
■ Settings menu
LANGUAGE menu
DATE menu
TIME menu
CET / DST CHANGE menu
POSITION menu
CORRECTION menu
PIN menu
SETTING RESET menu
■ Hour meter menu
■ Reset menu
■ IR Interface
Copy function
Paste function
■ Battery replacement
■ Reference standards
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English
Index
Astronomical twilight switches
Astronomical twilight switches
English
s )NSTRUMENTTOMANAGEELECTRIC
UTILITIESBETWEENTHEHOURSOF
SUNSETANDSUNRISEWHICHARE
AUTOMATICALLYCALCULATEDBY
THEINSTRUMENTBASEDONTHE
GEOGRAPHICALCOORDINATESINSERTED
s)2REMOTECONTROLAVAILABLEASAN
ACCESSORYFORTRANSFERRINGPROGRAMMES
FROMANDTOTHEINSTRUMENT
s 4WOOUTPUTRELAYS
RELAYPROGRAMMABLEBYCHOISING
BETWEENPRESETPROGRAMS
RELAYWITHFIXEDPROGRAMMATION
IN0
s0OSSIBILITYOFAPROGRAMMES
ARCHIVEUPTOALWAYS
AVAILABLE
s,ARGEDISPLAYWITHTEXTGUIDE
TOFACILITATEPROGRAMMING
s3EABLECOVERANDPOSSIBILITYTOLOCK
KEYPADTHROUGHPASSWORD
s#OVERONTHEBACKOFTHEINSTRUMENT
FORREPLACINGTHEBATTERY
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TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
1) The instrument must be installed and activated by qualified
personnel, following the connection diagrams provided in
this manual scrupulously.
2) After installation, it must be made impossible to access the
terminals without specific tools
3) Before accessing the connection terminals, verify that the
leads are not live
4) Do not connect or power the instrument if any part of it is
damaged
5) The instrument must be installed and activated in
compliance with current electric systems standards.
6) Do not use the instrument for purposes other than those
indicated
Code
VE343000
Model
MEMO!34
Description
!STRONOMICALTWILIGHTSWITCHRELAY
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2EPLACEABLEBATTERY
/UTPUT
RELAYSWITHMONOSTABLECHANGEOVERCONTACT!6AC
4YPEOFACTION"
3TORABLEPROGRAMS
PRESETPROGRAMS
PERIODSHOLIDAYDAYS
"ACKLIT,#$DISPLAY
)NTEGRATED)2INTERFACEWITHMCAPACITYWITHDIRECTSUNLIGHTM
WHENDARK
)2TRANSMISSIONFREQUENCYK(Z
3OFTWARECLASS!
-OUNTING$).RAILTOBACKPLANE
#ONTAINER$).MODULES
/PERATINGTEMPERATUREª#•ª#
3TORAGETEMPERATUREª#•ª#
0OLLUTIONLEVEL
2ATEDIMPULSEVOLTAGEK6
$EGREEOFPROTECTION)0ATTHETERMINALS
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SAFETY WARNINGS
DIMENSIONS
65
87
35
English
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
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햸&IELD“holiday program”
햹&IELD“CET/DST”
햺&IELD“key functions”
C1
R
C2
Ok
+EY“ ”MENUESCCHECKBATTERYACTIVATION
+EY“Ok”CONFIRMVALUEACTIVATION)2TRANSMISSION
+EY“C1”DECREASESTHEVALUEMENUBACK
SWITCHINGRELAYLOCKRELAY
+EY “C2”INCREASESTHEVALUEMENUFORWARD
SWITCHINGRELAYLOCKRELAY
+EY“R”RESETSSETTINGS
햲&IELD“text1 / day”
햳&IELD“text2 / date”
햴&IELD“relay status”
햵&IELD“time”
햶&IELD“lock”RELAYSWITCHINGLOCK
햷&IELD“day of the week”
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DISPLAY AND KEYPAD DESCRIPTION
s 5
SEAPOINTEDOBJECTTOPRESSTHE“R”KEYTORESETIT4HEDISPLAY
SEGMENTSWILLTURNONFORAFEWSECONDSTHENTHEINSTRUMENTWILL
SWITCHTO)2RECEPTIONMODE
INSTALLATION
Note: in the case of a mains power failure, IR reception is not
activated.
C1
R
C2
Ok
English
s 4HEINSTRUMENTISSUPPLIEDWITHTHEBATTERYNOTINSTALLEDTOPREVENT
USELESSCONSUMPTION2EMOVETHEBATTERYFROMITSPACKAGEAND
INSERTITINTHEHOUSINGONTHEBACKOFTHEINSTRUMENTso that the
(+) pole is visible as shown in the “Battery replacement”
box4HENSECURETHECOVERTURNINGITCLOCKWISE
s 0 RESSTHE“ ”KEYTOEXITTHE)2RECEPTIONMODEIFYOUWANTTO
TRANSFERPROGRAMSFROMTHEREMOTECONTROLSEETHEhIR Interface”
PAG
s !TTHISPOINTTHEPARAMETERSREQUIREDFORCORRECTINSTRUMENTOPERA
TIONCANBEENTERED
LANGUAGEDATEFORMATDATETIMEGEOGRAPHICALCOORDINATESAND
ANYCORRECTIONSORSIMPLYTHEPROVINCEFOR)TALY
s #ONNECTTHELOADANDTHEPOWERSUPPLYASILLUSTRATEDINTHEh#ON
NECTIONDIAGRAMSvCHAPTER
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Setting the language
Setting the date format
LANGUAGES
AREAVAILABLE
)TALIAN%NGLISH
3PANISH&RENCH
'ERMAN
)TISPOSSIBLETOSELECTBETWEEN
THEDDMMAAAND
YYMMDDFORMATS
C2
± 3ELECTTHEFORMATWITH
“C1” and “C2”
C2
± 3ELECT
THELANGUAGE
C1
WITH
“C1” and “C2”
C1
± #ONFIRMWITH“Ok”
C2
English
± #ONFIRM
WITH“Ok”
C2
Setting the date
C1
C2
C1
C1
4HEPARAMETER
YEARMONTHDAY
BEINGCHANGEDWILLFLASH
± 3ELECTTHEDESIREDVALUE
WITH“C1” and “C2”
± 0RESS“Ok”TOCONFIRM
ANDCONTINUE
WITHTHENEXTPARAMETER
4HEINSERTIONSEQUENCEIS
YEAR´MONTH´DAY
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Ok
Ok
7HENTHEDAYISBEINGENTEREDTHE
DISPLAYWILLSHOW
ABARWITHTHECORRESPONDINGDAYOF
THEWEEK
´-ONDAY´3UNDAY
Setting the coordinates/province
capital
"YSETTINGTHEGEOGRAPHICAL
COORDINATESTHEINSTRUMENT
ISABLETOAUTOMATICALLY
CALCULATETHESUNRISEAND
SUNSETTIMESFOREACHDAY
DURINGTHEYEAR4HEMENU
CHANGESDEPENDINGONTHE
SETLANGUAGE
Setting the time
English
4HEPARAMETERHOURSMINUTES
BEINGCHANGEDWILLFLASH
± 3ELECTTHEDESIREDVALUEWITH
WITH“C1” and “C2”
± 0RESS“Ok”TOCONFIRM
ANDCONTINUE
WITHTHENEXTPARAMETER
4HEINSERTIONSEQUENCEIS
HOURS´MINUTES
Ok
s IF)TALIANISSELECTEDTHEN
ONLYTHEPROVINCEWHERE
THEINSTRUMENTISINSTALLED
MUSTBEENTEREDTHE
DISPLAYWILLSHOWTHEPROVINCE
ABBREVIATIONSFOLLOWEDBYTHEFULL
NAMEPOSSIBLYSHORTENEDTOSIX
CHARACTERS
±3ELECTTHEPROVINCEWITH“C1”
and “C2”
±0RESS“Ok”TOCONFIRM
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s IFALANGUAGEOTHERTHAN)TALIANIS
SELECTEDTHEFOLLOWINGPARAMETERS
MUSTBEENTERED
PAGE4HEDISPLAYWILLSHOWTHEDATE
TIMERELAYSTATUSDAYOFTHEWEEKIN
LETTERSONTHETOPROWINNUMBERSATTHE
BOTTOMANDTHE#%4$34SYMBOL
LATITUDE
LONGITUDE
.OTEIFTHEINSTRUMENTISNOTPOWERED
BYTHEMAINSINSTEADOFTHEDAYTHE
FOLLOWINGMESSAGEWILLAPPEARONTHETOP
ROW
)NTHISCONDITIONBACKLIGHTINGISNOTACTIVE
ANDTHERELAYWILLREMAINOFF
Ok
THETIMEZONE
ATIMEZONE
ISSUGGESTED
BASEDONTHE
LATITUDEAND
LONGITUDEVALUES
THISVALUEMAYBE
CHANGEDUSINGTHE
“C1” and “C2”KEYS
Ok
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English
Ok
Ok
SUNRISEANDSUNSET
TIMECORRECTIONS
INTHISPHASEDONOTENTER
ACORRECTION
LEAVETHETWOVALUES
ATANDPRESS“Ok”
!TTHISPOINTTHEINSTRUMENTWILLSWITCH
TOTHENORMALOPERATINGSTATUSMAIN
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MANUAL OPERATION
Switching on/off manually
English
0RESSTHE“C1”“C2”KEYBRIEFLYTO
SWITCHTHEOUTPUTRELAYRELAY
4HESTATUSTHATISREACHEDWILLBEMAIN
TAINEDUNTILTHENEXTPROGRAMEVENT
Switch lock
!CTIVATINGTHELOCKFUNCTIONALLSWITCHES
AREIGNORED4HERELAYREMAINSINTHE
STATUSINWHICHITWASFOUNDWHENTHE
LOCKWASSET
± 0RESSANDHOLD“C1”“C2”FOR
SECONDSTOACTIVATEDEACTIVATETHE
RELAYRELAY
)FTHEFUNCTIONISACTIVETHEFOLLOWING
SYMBOLWILLAPPEAR PRE-SET PROGRAMS
-EMO!34ISEQUIPPEDWITHPRESETPROGRAMSTHATALLOWYOUTO
PROGRAMTHEINSTRUMENTSNIGHTBEHAVIOUR
P1 program
4HISPROGRAMSETS
SWITCHONATSUNSET
ANDSWITCHOFFATDAWN
ON
OFF
P1
Sunset
Sunrise
P2 program
4HISPROGRAMKEEPSTHERELAYINTHEOFF
POSITIONTHROUGHOUTTHENIGHT
ON
P2
OFF
Sunset
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P3 program
P5 program
4HISPROGRAMSETSSWITCHONATSUNSET
ANDSWITCHOFFATDAWNWITHANIGHTTIME
INTERRUPTIONINWHICHTHERELAYISTEMPORARILY
INTHEOFFPOSITION
4HISPROGRAMSETSSWITCHONATA
PROGRAMMABLETIMEAFTERSUNSETAND
SWITCHOFFATDAWN
P3 OFF
ON
OFF
P5
ON
OFF
P3
P5 ON
Sunrise
Sunset
P3 ON
Sunrise
Sunset
4HISPROGRAMSETSANONIMPULSEDURING
THENIGHTWITHPROGRAMMABLEINITIALTIME
ANDDURATIONOFTHEIMPULSE4HEIMPULSES
MAXIMUMDURATIONISSECONDS
4HISPROGRAMSETSSWITCHONATSUNSET
ANDSWITCHOFFDURINGTHENIGHTATA
PROGRAMMABLETIMEBEFOREDAWN
ON
OFF
P4
ON
P6
OFF
Sunset
P6 ON P6 OFF
Sunrise
P4 OFF
Sunset
Sunrise
Note: the relay 2 has a program set to P1 (it cannot be modified).
The selection of the night-time behaviour is therefore only limited
to relay 1.
Note: the dawn and sunset times are automatically calculated
by the instrument on the basis of the astronomical coordinates
entered and of any time adjustments (see chapter “Settings”).
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P6 program
P4 program
AUTOMATIC OPERATION
1.1 NIGHT C1 display
&ROMTHENORMALOPERATINGSTATUS
4HEDEFAULTSETTINGSAREASFOLLOWS
English
s2UNNINGPROGRAM0ONRELAY
s2UNNINGPROGRAM0ONRELAYCANNOT
BEMODIFIED
4HEh.)'(402/'2!-#vMENUALLOWS
YOUTOPROGRAMTHEBEHAVIOUROFRELAY
BYASSIGNINGADIFFERENTPROGRAMFOREACH
DAYOFTHEWEEK
4HEhHOLIDAYvMENUALLOWSYOUTOENTER
INDIVIDUALDAYSORHOLIDAYPERIODSDURING
WHICHALLTHESETPROGRAMMESSHALLNOTBE
CARRIEDOUTANDTHERELAYSHALLBEINTHE
OFFPOSITION
1. NIGHT PROGRAM C1 menu
7ITHTHISMENUITISPOSSIBLETOVIEWAND
CHANGETHEPROGRAMSSETONRELAY
± 0RESSKEY“ ”
± 3ELECT02/'2!-WITH“C1”ANDhC2”
ANDCONFIRMWITH“Ok”
± 3ELECT.)'(402/'2!-#WITH“C1”
and “C2” ANDCONFIRMWITH“Ok”
± 4HEDISPLAYSHOWSTHESETPROGRAMFOR
THEFIRSTNIGHTOFTHEWEEKINTHE0
EXAMPLEINTHENIGHTBETWEEN
DAYSANDIEBETWEEN-ONDAY
AND4UESDAY0RESS“C1” and “C2”
TOCYCLETHROUGHTHENIGHTSOFTHEWEEK
ANDDISPLAYWHICHPROGRAMISSETFOR
EACHNIGHT
Note: the display of the P3 program
is divided into two screen shots, the
first one showing the switch off time
and the second time the switch back
on time.
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C2
C1
± %NTERTHEPARAMETERSRELATIVETOTHE
SELECTEDPROGRAM
P1: no parameter
P2: no parameter
P3: night switch off time, night switch
on time
P4: night switch off time
P5: night switch on time
P6: initial time of the impulse, duration
of impulse
± 0RESS“Ok”TOCONFIRM4HEDISPLAYWILL
ANDTHE
SHOWTHEWORDS
INSTRUMENTSHALLENTERNORMAL
OPERATION
1.2 Change NIGHT C1
3HOULDYOUWISHTOCHANGETHEPROGRAM
ASSIGNEDTOASPECIFICDAYOFTHEWEEK
FOLLOWTHESESTEPS
&ROMTHEDAYDISPLAYMENU
± 0RESS“Ok”TOENTERINTOMODIFICATION
± 4HEDISPLAYSHOWSTHECURRENTLYSET
PROGRAMFLASHINGPRESS“C1” and
“C2”TOCHOOSEWHICHPROGRAM0x
0TOSETANDCONFIRMWITH“Ok”
C1
R
C2
Ok
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To go from one screen to the
other, press keys “C1” and “C2”.
OTETHEFIRSTANDLASTDATEARE
.
TOBECONSIDEREDINCLUDEDINTHE
HOLIDAYPERIOD
± 0RESS“Ok”TOCONFIRM
2. Menu HOLIDAY PROGRAM
2.1 Creating a HOLIDAY program
&ROMTHENORMALOPERATINGSTATUS
/NCETHEPROGRAMMINGISCONFIRMED
THEFOLLOWINGMESSAGEWILLAPPEAR
ONTHEDISPLAY
$URINGNORMALOPERATIONTHEPOSSIBLE
EXECUTIONOFAHOLIDAYPROGRAMMEIS
SIGNALLEDBYTHESYMBOL INFIELDON
THEDISPLAY
± 0RESS“ ”
English
± 3ELECT02/'2!-WITH“C1” and “C2”
ANDCONFIRMWITH“Ok”
± 3ELECT02/'2!-(/,)$!9WITH
WITH“C1” and “C2”
ANDCONFIRMWITH“Ok”
± 3ELECT(/,)$!9.%7
ANDCONFIRMWITH“Ok”
± #HOOSETHERELAYONTOWHICH
TOCARRYOUTTHE
C1
PROGRAMMING
± 3ELECTBETWEEN(/,)$!9/.%$!9
SINGLEDAYOR(/,)$!90%2)/$
MULTIPLECONTIGUOUSDAYS
WITH“C1” and “C2”
± %NTERTHEDATEHOLIDAYDAYOR
THEHOLIDAYDAYINTERVALHOLIDAY
PERIOD
C2
Note: recursive function
At this point, the instrument activates the
recursive function that makes is possible
to program multiple holiday days in series
(or HOLIDAY periods).
If you do not want to enter another
HOLIDAY day (or period) press “ ” to end
programming.
The correlation of the programmed
holiday events is not controlled with the
recursive function: the function must
therefore be considered as facilitated
programming.
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APPEARSONTHEDISPLAYIFYOUTRYTOENTERA
4HEMESSAGE
HOLIDAYPERIODTHATOVERLAPSWITHAPERIODTHATWASALREADYENTERED
ORIFTHELASTHOLIDAYDATEISBEFORETHESTARTDATE
2.2 Checking a program
4HISMENUCANBEUSEDTODISPLAYMODIFYORDELETEAHOLIDAYPROGRAM
SAVEDINTHEINSTRUMENT
± 3ELECT(/,)$!9#(%#+ANDPRESS
“Ok”TOCONFIRM
± #HOOSETHERELAYONTOWHICH
TOVISUALIZETHEPROGRAM
HOLIDAYWITH“C1” and “C2”
± 3ELECTBETWEEN
(/,)$!9/.%$!9
AND(/,)$!90%2)/$
ANDPRESS“Ok”
C1
TOCONFIRM
C2
)NCASEOF(/,)$!9/.%$!9ITISPOSSIBLESCROOLTHEPROGRAMSUSING
“C1” and “C2”KEYS)NCASEOF(/,)$!90%2)/$THEINSTRUMENTSHOWS
THESTARTDAYOFTHEFIRSTHOLIDAYPERIODPRESS“C2”TOVISUALIZETHEEND
OFTHEPERIOD
!TTHISPOINTPRESSING“Ok”ITISPOSSIBILEACCESSTOOPTIONSOFMODIFY
DELETEORNEXTHOLIDAYPERIOD
2.2.1 Displaying a program HOLIDAY
&ROMTHENORMALOPERATINGSTATUS
2.2.2 Changing a program HOLIDAY
± 0RESS“ ”TOACCESSTHEMENUAND
SELECT02/'2!-WITH“C1” and “C2”
± #ONFIRMWITH“Ok”
± 3ELECT02/'2!-(/,)$!9ANDPRESS
“Ok”TOCONFIRM
!PROGRAMCANBECHANGEDFROMTHEPROGRAMDISPLAYSTATUS
± 3ELECTTHEHOLIDAYPROGRAMTOCHANGEANDPRESS“Ok”
± 3ELECT-/$)&9WITH“C1” and “C2”
ANDPRESS“Ok”TOCONFIRM
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4HEINSTRUMENTSMEMORYMAKESITPOSSIBLETOSTOREUPTOHOLIDAY
PERIODSHOLIDAYDAYS
/NCETHEMAXIMUMCAPACITYISREACHEDANATTEMPTTOSTOREAN
ADDITIONALPROGRAMWILLCAUSETHEFOLLOWINGMESSAGETOBEDISPLAYED
)NTHISCASEAPROGRAMSTOREDINTHEMEMORY
MUSTBEDELETEDBEFOREENTERINGANEWONE
English
± !TTHISPOINTNEWPROGRAMPARAMETERS
CANBEENTERED4HEPARAMETERBEING
CHANGEDWILLFLASH5SETHEKEYS“C1”
and “C2”TOSETTHEVALUESANDPRESS
“Ok”TOCONFIRMOR“ ”TOEXITWITHOUT
CHANGES
3. Programs reset
7HENDONEWITHTHECHANGETHEMESSAGE
ISDISPLAYEDANDTHEINSTRUMENT
WILLRETURNTONORMALOPERATION
± 0RESS“ ”
± 3ELECT02/'2!-WITH“C1” and
“C2”ANDCONFIRMWITH“Ok”
± 3ELECT02/'2!-2%3%4WITH“C1”
and “C2”ANDPRESS“Ok”TOCONFIRM
0ROGRAMRESETMAKEITPOSSIBILETODELETEALLHOLIDAYEVENTSDAYSAND
PERIODSSAVEDINTHEINSTRUMENTANDRELOAD0INEACHRELAYS
&ROMTHENORMALOPERATINGSTATUS
2.2.3 Deleting a program HOLIDAY
!PROGRAMCANBEDELETEDFROMTHEPROGRAMDISPLAYSTATUS
± 3ELECTTHEHOLIDAYPROGRAMTODELETEANDPRESS“Ok”
± 3ELECT$%,%4%WITH“C1” and “C2”
ANDPRESS“Ok”TOCONFIRMOR“ ”
TOEXITWITHOUTDELETING
± #ONFIRMWITH“Ok”ORPRESS“ ”
TOEXITWITHOUTRESETTING
.OTETHEPROGRAMRESETFUNCTIONCANALSO
BEACCESSEDFROMTHE2ESETMENU
SEE“Reset menu”CHAPTER
WILLAPPEARON
4HEMESSAGE
THEDISPLAYANDTHEINSTRUMENTWILLRETURNTO
NORMALOPERATION
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4HISMENUISUSEDTODISPLAYANDCHANGETHEINSTRUMENTSGENERAL
CONFIGURATIONPARAMETERS
4HESEARELANGUAGEDATETIMEAUTOMATIC#%4$34POSITION
CORRECTIONPINRESET
&ROMTHENORMALOPERATINGSTATUS
± PRESS“ ”
± SELECT3%44).'3WITH“C1” and “C2”
± CONFIRMWITH“Ok”
LANGUAGE menu
4HEOPTIONSARE
)TALIAN%NGLISH3PANISH&RENCH'ERMAN
± SELECT3%44).'3,!.'5!'%WITH
“C1” and “C2”
± CONFIRMWITH“Ok”
4HECURRENTLYSETLANGUAGEWILLBE
DISPLAYED
± PRESS“Ok”TWICETOACCESSTHECHANGEMODEOR“ ”TOEXIT
WITHOUTCHANGING
± SELECTTHELANGUAGEWITH“C1” and “C2”
± CONFIRMWITH“Ok”
± 4HEFOLLOWINGMESSAGEWILLAPPEARONTHEDISPLAY
DATE menu
± 3ELECT3%44).'3$!4%WITH“C1” and
“C2”
± CONFIRMWITH“Ok”4HECURRENTDATEIS
DISPLAYED
± 0RESS“Ok”TWICETOACCESSTHECHANGE
MODEOR“ ”TOEXITWITHOUTCHANGING
± SELECTTHEFORMATWITH“C1” and “C2”
DDMMYYORYYMMDD
± CONFIRMWITH“Ok”
± ENTERTHEYEARMONTHDAYWITH“C1” and “C2”ANDPRESS“Ok”TO
CONFIRM
± 4HEFOLLOWINGMESSAGEWILLAPPEARONTHEDISPLAY
TIME menu
± 3ELECT3%44).'34)-%WITH“C1” and “C2”
± CONFIRMWITH“Ok”4HECURRENTTIMEISDISPLAYED
± 0RESS“Ok”TWICETOACCESSTHECHANGEMODEOR“ ”TOEXIT
WITHOUTCHANGING
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SETTINGS MENU
English
± ENTERTHETIMEMINUTESWITH
“C1” and “C2”
ANDPRESS“Ok”TOCONFIRM
± 4HEFOLLOWINGMESSAGEWILLAPPEAR
ONTHEDISPLAY
WILLAPPEARONTHEDISPLAYAND
THEINSTRUMENTWILLRETURNTOTHEMAIN
PAGEIFTHEFUNCTIONISACTIVEPRESS
“C2”TOVIEWCHANGETHE$34´#%4
CHANGE
CET / DST CHANGE menu
± 0RESS“Ok”TWICETOCHANGETHE
PARAMETERSOR“C2”AGAINTO
DISPLAYTHEPARAMETERSRELATIVE
TOTHE$34´#%4CHANGE
4HEINSTRUMENTMAKESITPOSSIBLETOAUTOMATICALLYMANAGETHE#%4$34
CHANGEANDVICEVERS
4OACTIVATEDEACTIVATETHEFUNCTION
± SELECT3%44).'3$34WITH“C1” and “C2”
± CONFIRMWITH“Ok”4HECURRENTSTATUS
WILLAPPEARONTHEDISPLAY
OR
± PRESS“Ok”TWICETOACCESSTHE
CHANGEMODE
± SELECT3%4!54//.OR3%4!54//&&
WITH“C1” and “C2”
± PRESS“Ok”TOCONFIRM
)FTHEFUNCTIONISDEACTIVATED!54/
/&&THENTHEFOLLOWINGMESSAGE
4HEFOLLOWINGPARAMETERS
MUSTBEENTERED
FORBOTHCHANGES
C2
C1
W
EEKOFTHECHANGE
34FIRST.$SECOND
2$THIRD4(FOURTH
,!34LASTOFTHEMONTH
MONTHOFTHECHANGE
DAYOFTHEWEEK
-ONDAY4UESDAYx
TIMEOFTHECHANGE
C1
R
C2
Ok
7HENALLPARAMETERSARESETPRESS“ ”TOEXIT
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4HEDEFAULTVALUESFORTHETIMECHANGEARE
WINTER´SUMMERCHANGELAST3UNDAYIN-ARCHAM
SUMMER´WINTERCHANGELAST3UNDAYIN/CTOBERAM
$URINGNORMALOPERATIONTHESYMBOL WILLAPPEARONTHEDISPLAY
DURINGTHE#%4PERIODWINTERANDTHESYMBOL WILLAPPEARDURING
THE$34PERIODSUMMER
IFYOUWANTTOCHANGETHEPROVINCESELECT
#!0)4!,0/3)4)/.ANDPRESS“Ok”4HE
CURRENTLYSETPROVINCEWILLBEDISPLAYED
PRESS“Ok”TOACCESSTHECHANGEMODE
ANDSELECTTHENEWPROVINCEWITH“C1”
and “C2”ANDCONFIRMWITHh/Kv!T
WILLBE
THISPOINTTHEMESSAGE
DISPLAYEDTOINDICATETHECHANGETHATWAS
MADE
± 3ELECTTHEPARAMETER
TOCHANGEFROMAMONG
LATITUDELONGITUDEORTIME
ZONEANDPRESS“Ok”TO
CONFIRM
4HISMENUISUSEDTOCHANGETHEGEOGRAPHICALCOORDINATESLATITUDE
LONGITUDETIMEZONETHATWERESETDURINGTHEINSTALLATIONPHASE
4OCHANGEAPARAMETER
± 3ELECT3%44).'30/3)4)/.
WITH“C1” and “C2”ANDPRESS
“Ok”TOCONFIRM
± )F)TALIANISSETASTHE
LANGUAGEITISPOSSIBLETO
SELECTTOCHANGEONLYTHE
PROVINCEORMAKEACHANGE
C1
USINGTHEGEOGRAPHICAL
COORDINATES
C2
C2
C2
± 4HEPARAMETERVALUEIS
DISPLAYED
PRESS“Ok”TOACCESS C1
THECHANGEMODE
± 3ETTHENEWVALUEWITH
“C1” and “C2” and
PRESS“Ok”TOCONFIRM
C1
± 4HEFOLLOWINGMESSAGEWILLAPPEAR
ONTHEDISPLAY
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POSITION menu
± 4HEMESSAGE
THATWASMADE
English
CORRECTION menu
APPEARSONTHEDISPLAYTOINDICATETHECHANGE
4HISFUNCTIONISUSEDTOCHANGETHESUNRISEANDSUNSETTIMETHATIS
AUTOMATICALLYCALCULATEDBYTHESYSTEMMAXIMUMCORRECTION¢
MINUTES
!TTHISPOINTPRESSING“Ok”ONTHEMAINPAGETHECORRECTEDSUNRISE
ANDSUNSETTIMESAREDISPLAYEDAGAIN
4ODISPLAYTHECALCULATEDSUNRISEANDSUNSETTIMES
PIN menu
± &ROMTHEMAINPAGEPRESS“Ok”
4HECURRENTLYCALCULATEDSUNRISEANDSUNSETTIMESWILLBEDISPLAYED
INSEQUENCE
!PROTECTIONCODECANBESETTOPREVENTANYONEFROMUSINGTHE
INSTRUMENT
4HE0).CODEISADIGITNUMBERTHATHASVALUESBETWEENAND
4OCHANGETHESUNRISEANDSUNSETTIME
4OSETTHEPINCODE
± 3ELECT3%44).'3#/22%#4)/.
ANDCONFIRMWITH“Ok”
± 3ELECTTHETIMETOCORRECT“C1”
and “C2”LORARIODACORREGGERE
SUNRISEORSUNSET
± #ONFIRMWITH“Ok”4HE
CURRENTLYSETCORRECTIONIS
DISPLAYED0RESS “Ok”
C1
AGAINTOCHANGETHEVALUE
± 3ETTHECORRECTIONWITH“C1”
and “C2”ANDPRESS“Ok”
TOCONFIRMUSENEGATIVEVALUES
TOADVANCETHEEVENTPOSITIVEVALUESTODELAYTHEEVENT
± SELECT3%44).'30).WITHTHEKEYS“C1” and “C2”
± CONFIRMWITH“Ok”
± THEFOURDIGITSTHATMAKEUPTHECURRENT0).CODEAREDISPLAYED
CORRESPONDSTOPININACTIVE
± CONFIRMWITH“Ok”
ŸSELECT#(!.'%ANDPRESS“Ok”TOENTERTHENEW0).CODE5SE
THEKEYS“C1” and “C2”TOENTERTHENUMBERSONEBYONETHAT
MAKEUPTHECODEANDPRESS“Ok”TOCONFIRMTHEM
ŸSELECT2%3%4TODEACTIVATETHE0).CODEREQUEST
± PRESS“Ok”TOCONFIRM
C2
± 4HEFOLLOWINGMESSAGEAPPEARSONTHEDISPLAY
INTHECASEOFRESET
5SERMANUALMEMO!34
4OUNLOCKTHEINSTRUMENTENTERTHE0).
CODEACCORDINGTOTHISRULE
KEY“ ”
KEY“C1”
KEY“C2”
KEY“Ok”
&OREXAMPLEPIN“C2” “Ok” “ ” “ ”
SETTING RESET menu
4HISMENUISUSEDTORESETALLSETTINGSTHATWEREMADERESTORINGTHE
FACTORYVALUES
$ATEFORMAT
#%4$34CHANGE
SUMMERTIMECHANGE
WINTERTIMECHANGE
#ORRECTION
SUNRISE
SUNSET
0).REQUEST
DDMMYY
AUTOMATIC
,AST3UNDAYIN-ARCHAM
,AST3UNDAYIN/CTOBERAM
MINUTES
MINUTES
DEACTIVATED
4ORESETTHESETTINGS
± SELECT2%3%43%44).'3WITHTHE“C1” and “C2”KEYS
± CONFIRMWITH“Ok”
± CONFIRMAGAINWITH“Ok”
± THEFOLLOWINGMESSAGEAPPEARSONTHEDISPLAY
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)FTHE0).CODEREQUESTISACTIVETHE
KEYPADWILLBELOCKEDAPPROXMINUTES
AFTERTHEKEYPADWASLASTPRESSED!TTHIS
POINTWHENPRESSEDAGAINAREQUESTTO
ENTERTHE0).CODEWILLAPPEAR
HOUR METER MENU
RESET MENU
4HEHOURMETERFUNCTIONINDICATESTHETOTALTIMEINWHICHTHEOUTPUT
REMAINEDINTHEONSTATUS
4HEHOURMETERRANGEISBETWEENANDHOURSWHENTHE
MAXIMUMLIMITISREACHEDITISAUTOMATICALLYRESET
English
4ODISPLAYTHEHOURMETERVALUE
± FROMTHEMAINPAGEPRESS“ ”
± SELECT(/52#.4WITH“C1” and “C2”
± PRESS“Ok”TOCONFIRM
± CHOOSEWITH“C1” and “C2”THE
OUTPUTCONCERNED
± PRESS“Ok”4HETOTALUSEISDISPLAYED
± PRESS“Ok”AGAINTOACCESSTHEHOUR
METERRESETOPTION0RESS“Ok”AGAIN
TOCONFIRMOR“ ”TOEXITWITHOUT
RESETTING
APPEARSON
± 4HEMESSAGE
THEDISPLAYTOINDICATETHECHANGETHAT
WASMADE
4HEINSTRUMENTSDEFAULTSTATUSCANBERESETWITHTHERESETFUNCTION
4HEREAREDIFFERENTRESETSAVAILABLE
RESETSETTINGSDELETESALLSETTINGSTHATWEREMADE
RESETPROGRAMMESDELETESALLSAVEDPROGRAMS
RESETHOURMETERRESETSTHEOPERATINGTIMEHOURMETER
RESETALLRESETSETTINGSRESETPROGRAMSRESETHOURMETER
4OPERFORMTHERESET
± PRESS“ ”TOACCESSTHEMENU
± SELECT2%3%4WITHTHEKEYS“C1” and “C2”ANDPRESS“Ok”
± USETHEKEYS“C1” and “C2”TOSELECTONEOFTHEABOVELISTEDRESETS
ANDPRESS“Ok”
± PRESS“Ok”TOCONFIRM
To perform a complete instrument reset, restoring the factory settings,
use a sharp instrument to press the “R” key. This deletes all the
settings that were made and restores the default conditions.
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Copy function
IR INTERFACE
4OTRANSFERAPROGRAMFROMmemo AST2TOTHEREMOTECONTROLFIRST
4HEPROGRAMEXCHANGEREMOTECONTROLISNOTPROVIDEDWITHTHE
INSTRUMENTBUTCANBEPURCHASEDSEPARATELYASANACCESSORY
Code
Model
VE345500 MEMO2#
VE366100 MEMO2#
Description
)2REMOTECONTROL)TALY
)2REMOTECONTROL)TA%NG&RA$EU%SP
4HEREARETWOBASICFUNCTIONSINTHISOPERATINGMODE
- COPYCONSISTSINTRANSFERRINGTHEPROGRAMSFROMAmemo AST2TO
THEREMOTECONTROL
- PASTECONSISTSINTRANSFERRINGTHEPROGRAMSFROMAREMOTECONTROL
TOONEORMORETHANONEmemo AST2INSTRUMENTSATTHESAMETIME
± GENERATEAPROGRAMWITHTHETRADITIONALMETHODONLmemo AST2
SEEh!UTOMATICPROGRAMMINGv
± ACTIVATETHERECEPTIONMODEONTHEREMOTECONTROLSEETHERELATIVE
INSTRUCTIONSHEET
± ACTIVATETHETRANSMISSIONON
memo AST2HOLDINGDOWNTHE“Ok”
KEYFOR3 seconds
4HEFOLLOWINGMESSAGEWILLAPPEAR
ONTHEDISPLAY
C1
R
± PRESSTHE“Ok”KEYAGAINTOCONFIRM
THESTARTOFTRANSMISSIONOR“ ”
TOCANCELTHETRANSMISSION
± DURINGTHETRANSMISSIONTHEFOLLOWING
MESSAGEWILLAPPEARONTHEDISPLAY
ONTHEREMOTE
CONTROLDISPLAYANDTHEREMOTECONTROLWILLEMIThBIPSv
7HENCOMPLETEDTHEFOLLOWINGMESSAGEISDISPLAYED
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C2
Ok
3 seconds
English
4HEmemo AST2HASAN)2INTERFACETHATMAKESITEASYTOEXCHANGE
PROGRAMSBETWEENTHEINSTRUMENTANDITSREMOTECONTROL
!TTENTIONTHE)2INTERFACECANONLYBEACTIVATEDIFmemo AST2IS
POWEREDBYTHEMAINSNETWORK
)NTHISWAYANINSTRUMENTCANBEPROGRAMMEDTHENTHEPROGRAMCAN
BECOPIEDTOAREMOTECONTROLANDTHENDUPLICATEDINOTHERINSTRUMENTS
WITHOUTHAVINGTOREPEATTHEPROGRAMMINGSTEPBYSTEP
problem with the transmission is signalled with the message
on the clock’s display.
Paste function
4OTRANSFERAPROGRAMFROMTHEREMOTECONTROLTOONEORMOREmemo
AST2FIRST
English
± CONNECTTHEmemo AST2CLOCKTOTHEMAINSNETWORK
± PRESSTHE“R”KEYTORESET
THEINSTRUMENTANDACTIVATE
THERECEPTIONMODE4HEFOLLOWING
MESSAGEWILLAPPEARONTHE
DISPLAY
C1
R
C2
!TTHISPOINTTHEPROGRAMSANDDATE
ANDTIMESETTINGSARETRANSFERREDTOTHE
INSTRUMENTANDITISREADYTOOPERATEWITH
THETRANSFERREDPARAMETERS
Ok
± ACTIVATETHETRANSMISSIONONTHE
REMOTECONTROLANDSELECTWHICH
PROGRAMTOSENDSEETHEINSTRUCTIONS
FORTHEREMOTECONTROL
± DURINGTHETRANSMISSIONTHEFOLLOWING
MESSAGEWILLAPPEARONTHEDISPLAY
ONTHEREMOTE
CONTROLDISPLAYANDTHEREMOTECONTROLWILLEMIThBIPSv
7HENCOMPLETEDTHEFOLLOWINGMESSAGEISDISPLAYED
Note: during transmission, point the remote control towards the
front of the instrument to facilitate the transmission. A possible
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BATTERY REPLACEMENT
REFERENCE STANDARDS
4HEBATTERYCHARGELEVELCANBECHECKED
AUTOMATICALLYBYTHEINSTRUMENTONCEAWEEK
MANUALLYHOLDDOWNTHE“ ”KEYONTHEMAINPAGEFORSECONDS
)FTHEBATTERYCHARGELEVELISLOWERTHANTHESPECIFICTHRESHOLD
THEFOLLOWINGMESSAGEWILLAPPEARONTHEFIRSTROWOFTHEDISPLAY
)NTHISCASEREPLACETHEBATTERYASSOONASPOSSIBLE
#OMPLIANCEWITH#OMMUNITY$IRECTIVES
2006/95/ECLOWVOLTAGE
2004/108/EC%-#
ISDECLAREDINREFERENCETOTHEHARMONIZEDSTANDARD
sEN 60730-2-7
English
4OREPLACETHEBATTERY
DISCONNECTTHEPOWERSUPPLY
REMOVETHECOVERFROMTHEBATTERYCOMPARTMENTTURNINGIT
ANTICLOCKWISE
REPLACETHEBATTERYANDREPLACETHECOVERTURNINGITCLOCKWISE
CONNECTTHEPOWERSUPPLY
)NORDERTORETAINTHEPROGRAMMINGANDSETTINGSTHETIMETHATPASSES
BETWEENREMOVINGTHEOLDBATTERYANDINSERTINGTHENEWONEMUSTNOT
EXCEEDSECONDS
Use CR-2032 batteries only.
Throw away the run down batteries in
compliance with current regulations on the
disposal of harmful waste.
5SERMANUALMEMO!34
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