remote control - CAS Systems Limited

remote control - CAS Systems Limited
SENSAPHONE
®
Model 1104/08
RemoteControl Addendum
Your local RemoteControl dealer:
Sensaphone® Model 1104/1108 User’s Manual
Model 1104/08 Owner’s Manual Addendum
Sensaphone RemoteControl
How to use this Addendum
This is a supplement to the Sensaphone 1104/08 Owner’s Manual.
Review the entire manual before reading this addendum. This
addendum does not explain the Sensaphone setup, configuration,
or operation. The purpose of this addendum is to instruct you on
the use of the remote control functions of your Sensaphone in
order to turn on or turn off devices such as any low-voltage
device, a high-voltage relay, or even an X10 device utilizing the
X10 Powerflash module, not included.
Sensaphone 1104/08 RemoteControl Feature
The Sensaphone 1104/08 RemoteControl allows you to monitor
and check on the status of your facility from any cellular or
ordinary telephone. The Sensaphone 1104/08 RemoteControl also
allows you to turn a device on or off using the 1104/08 keypad or
using your touch-tone telephone. You can also inquire about the
status of the device during a voice status report.
This Sensaphone contains a relay contact on the rear of the unit
(See Figure 1). The relay contact supports both a normally open
and a normally closed contact, commonly referred to as a “double
throw” relay.
When the Sensaphone relay is turned ON, a connection is made
between the ON and C (common) terminals and the connection to
the OFF terminal is disconnected. When the Sensaphone relay is
turned OFF, a connection is made between the OFF and the C
(common) terminals and the connection beetween the ON and C
(common) is disconnected (See Figure 1). When the Sensaphone
unit is put in standby mode, the relay remains in its last known
state. If the Sensaphone is completely shut down by removing the
batteries and unplugging it from power, the relay returns to an
OFF state, connecting the OFF terminal to the C (common).
The Sensaphone relay is a low voltage relay. Only voltages less
than 30 volts AC 2AMPS, or 30 volts DC 2 AMPS may be
switched. For higher voltages, an additional high-voltage relay
would be required.
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Always enlist the services of a licensed electrician
when working with high voltages. Improper wiring
can cause harm to you or your property.
NOTE: For safety reasons it is highly recommended that the unit
only be used to switch low voltage signals (30 volts or less). If you
intend to control higher voltages you must install the unit in an
NEC approved electrical panel or enclosure and have wiring
performed by a qualified electrician.
Switching the Output using the Keypad
To switch the output ON from the keypad:
1. Press STATUS.
STATUS
CONFIGURE
2. Press 6.
6
CALIBRATE
To switch the output OFF from the keypad:
1. Press STATUS.
STATUS
CONFIGURE
2. Press 3.
3
INTERCALL
TIME
Switching the Output over the Telephone
1.
Call the Sensaphone. When the unit answers it will begin
reciting a status report. At any time during the call, press a
touch-tone. The unit will respond with “OK.” The Sensaphone
is now ready to accept touch-tone commands.
2.
On your phone, press # 6 to turn ON the output. The
Sensaphone will respond “ON.”
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3.
Press # 3 to turn OFF the output. The Sensaphone will
respond “OFF.”
+
4.
To check the present state of the relay press # 2.
+
This initiates a full recitation of the Status Report. At the end of
the status report, the Sensaphone will say “Number five On/Off”
for the Model 1104 RemoteControl, and “Number nine On/Off”
for the Model 1108 RemoteControl.
ON
GND
12–24 VAC or
+
12–24 VDC
–
Power Supply
1
GND
2
GND
3
GND
C
OFF
4
Relay
Hot
115-230 VAC
50/60 Hz
Neutral
Figure 1: Controlling a Ventilation Fan
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Ventilation
Fan
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Controlling Lights or other devices with Sensaphone
Using X10 technology, you can remotely activate any electrical
device or appliance in your home through your Sensaphone. X10
technology is a suite of control modules that plug into your
existing electrical outlets and transmit coded signals to lamps,
lights, and appliances to turn them on or off (See Figure 2).
ON
GND
Lamp/Light
Module
1
GND
2
GND
3
GND
C
OFF
4
Powerflash
Module
Figure 2: X10 Lighting Control Setup
Sensaphone supports these devices through use of the popular
X10 Powerflash relay interface. To learn more about this
technology, consult X10 products on the web at www.x10.com or
visit your local electronics shop such as Radio Shack.
Such applications may include turning on a lamp or exterior lights
remotely from your cellular telephone when arriving at your
cottage or cabin late at night. Or you can use the X10 Powerflash
Module (set to momentary contact) in conjunction with the X10
Universal Module to remotely control your electric garage door
opener over the telephone—an ideal way of letting in your cottage
or cabin service personnel without being on-site. You may also
use the X10 technology to send the ON/OFF signal to a furnace
or heater if your thermostat is not easy to wire directly.
Finally, in addition to remotely controlling devices, X10
technology lets you extend the reach of certain Sensaphone
sensors such as door contacts, motion sensors, or water sensors.
This is of great benefit where it is impossible to wire directly
from your sensors to your Sensaphone. Consult a qualified
electrician or your heating professional for assistance with
locating your remote sensors or contact your Sensaphone dealer.
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Relay Output Specifications
Rated Load:
2 A at 30 VAC
2 A at 30 VDC
Max. Operating Voltage:
30 VAC
30 VDC
Max. Operating Current:
2A
Max. Switching Capacity:
60 VA
60 W
Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this
document is complete, accurate and up-to-date. SENSAPHONE, INC.
assumes no responsibility for the results of errors beyond its
control. SENSAPHONE, INC. also cannot guarantee that changes
in equipment made by other manufacturers, referred to in this
addendum, will not affect the applicability of the information
herein.
Addendum © 2002 by Phonetics, Inc.
Written and produced by SENSAPHONE, INC. Please address all
comments on this publication to:
SENSAPHONE, INC.
901 Tryens Road
Aston, PA 19014
www.sensaphone.com
Sensaphone® is a registered trademark of Phonetics, Inc.
Touch-Tone™ is a registered trademark of AT&T.
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