TiMH200N - BTicino

TiMH200N - BTicino
MH200N
TiMH200N
Software manual
05/10-01 PC
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Contents
1. Hardware and Software requirements
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2. Installation
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3. Fundamental concepts
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3.1 Function selection menus and pushbuttons
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4. Start-up menu
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5. Project configuration
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5.1 Network connections
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5.1.1 Ethernet
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5.2 General parameters
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5.2.1 Clock
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5.2.2 Univocal codes
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5.3 Security
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5.3.1 Authentications
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5.3.2 Web session
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5.3.3 Enabling IP addresses
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5.3.4 Remote command
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5.4 System configuration
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5.4.1 Interfaces
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5.4.2 Actuators
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5.4.3 Sensors (Lighting Management systems only)
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6. Open project
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7. Download and upload the project
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7.1 Download
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7.2 Upload
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8. Updating Firmware
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9. Scenario Editor
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9.1 Creating and modifying a Collection
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9.1.1 Main screen page and related menus
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9.1.2 Importing scenarios from a Collection
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9.2 Creating and modifying a Scenario
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9.2.1 Main screen page and related menus
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9.2.2 Configuring a scenario
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9.2.3 Families/Objects
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9.2.4 Entry fields
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10.Maximum number of scenarios and events managed by MH200N
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1. Hardware and
Software requirements
Attention:The
TIMH200N
program is the fundamental
tool for configuring the My
Home control de-vices. The
content of this program is
the subject of exclusive Bticino SpA rights.
2. Installation
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Hardware requirements
• Personal Computer with 300 MHz Pentium processor minimum
• 512 MB RAM memory
• SVGA graphic card with 800x600 resolution
• CD-ROM reader
• Mouse
Software requirements
• Windows XP 32BIT or Windows Vista 32BIT
• Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher
To install the TIMH200N program proceed as described:
1. Put the Cd-Rom into its drive;
2. After the main page is displayed in the web format, select “Software” and then “Install TIMH200N”;
3. The installation program will copy the system files needed to run the TIMH200N program. Confirming the operations from time to time the following screens will be displayed:
3. Fundamental
concepts
Warning: In order for the
software to run correctly,
the MH200N device must be
installed as indicated on the
instruction leaflet.
TiMH200N is an application that enables creating scenarios (light points, shutters etc.) with varying
degrees of complexity, to respond to time or system related occurrences (alarms, pressing of buttons etc.).
IFor example, the user will be able to carry out “presence simulation sequences” (setting the system
so that all the roller shutters will open at a set time of the day, and then close again, while the lights
will come on), control several groups of lights using one switch. All this, without an excessive degree
of effort during the configuration of the system, etc.
The scenarios created are grouped in a collection which is saved directly in the project. The collection enables memorizing of several scenarios, only activating the required ones.
The project created must be downloaded in the Scenario Programmer. This is simply done by connecting the device to the PC using a crossover type cable, connected to the LAN network of the
Scenario Programmer and the PC Ethernet card. It is also possible to update the Scenario Programmer using the IP address and password (for more information read the user manual supplied with
the unit).
In the same way, it is possible to upload the files from the unit to check their configuration.
The TiMH200N program also enables updating of the unit base MH200N software, by downloading
new versions of the software from the Bticino website (Update Firmware).
Creation of a configuration data file that can be imported into Microsoft Excel®.
3.1 Function selection menus and pushbuttons
All the functions which can be run with TIMH200N can be selected by means of the icons in the tool
bar, or by opening the pull-down menus and selecting the various items.
The tool bar has the following options:
Creation, Open and Save configuration file
Upload, Download the configuration
Update device firmware
Request of device information
Selection of the application language
Connection to the www.bticino.com site
The pull-down menu has the following options:
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“File” menu
• New
Creates a new project
• Open
Opens an existing configuration file
• Save
Saves the current project
• Save as...
Saves the current project asking for a name for the file
• Exit
Exits the program
“Tools” menu
• U
pload
It Acquires and displays the current device configuration
• Download
Downloads the configuration to the device
• U
pdate firmware
Updates the device firmware
• Request device info
Enables to display technical information
• Import
Enables to import a project file with .mhz extension (future application)
• P
rint to file
It creates a file containing the configuration data, which can be imported into Microsoft Excel®.
• CSV Export
Export a .csv project file, so that it can be opened using Microsoft Excel®.
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“Language” menu
• Language
Can select the application language
“?” menu
• About...
It displays some TIMH200N program information
• S
upported version
It displays the list of TIMH200N firmware versions supported by the program in a table format
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4. Start-up menu
When the TIMH200N application is started, the presentation screen appears
This is followed by a screen showing all the configuration parameters in order of importance, on a
Tree menu on the left of the display.
Tree menu
Enter the name to assign
to the project.
In this area, the user can check for any
mistakes made during the creation of
the project.
Selecting an element on the Tree view, will show its content on the main window. This could either
be a folder or a specific data input mask.
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5. Project configuration
5.1 Network connections
5.1.1 Ethernet
Here we find the mask for entering the connection parameters to the Ethernet net-work.
Before editing the de-fault
values, contact the network
administrator. Incorrect values, as well as making the
service inactive, could cause
malfunctions in the communication of other network equipment.
To enable the connection to the Scenario Programmer through the Ethernet network, select either
a Dynamic IP, or a Static IP address. If the first type is selected, it will not be necessary to configure
the parameters; if the second type is selected, the following must be configured:
• I P scenario programmer and Subnet mask
Typical parameters of networks with TCP/IP protocol. They are used to identify the Scenario programmer inside the local network. Remember that the “Scenario programmer needs a “static”
(fixed and unique) IP address to be able to work correctly.
• IP router
Router IP address, if there is one. If there is a router the field must be filled in, to guarantee outgoing Services, such as sending e-mail.
• Primary DNS and secondary DNS
Primary and secondary IP address of the Internet Service Provider (ISP), supplied when the subscription is taken out.
Alternatively, the default values can be used.
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5.2 General parameters
5.2.1 Clock
This function is used to set the local Time Zone, to select the Summer time, and if the device is
operating as a “Master” or a “Slave” (Default working mode).
If set as Master, the clock inside the device will be used as time reference for all other My Home
system devices.
Enable the “Astronomic Clock” to set the geographical coordinates of the MH200N device.
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5.2.2 Univocal codes
This function can be used to assign to MH200 two univocal addresses for the OPEN-SCA interface
function, and for the scenario programmer functions, so that it can always be identified on the My
Home system.
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5.3 Security
5.3.1 Authentications
Web users
In this section the user is requested to enter the name and the password that will be used for authentication, enabling, and access to the services offered by the selected device
• User Login and Password
default Login and Password “bticino”
• Administrator Login and Password
Default login “admin”, Password “bticino”
Authentication
• Open Password
Enter the OPEN password if the device is used to remotely control the My Home system using PC
programs and external Services.
5.3.2 Web session
In this section the user can define the time of inactivity of the web page, upon which expiry MH200N
will take the user back to the identification page.
• Web site timeout
Select the web page inactivity time: 1, 2, 5 or 15 minutes.
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5.3.3 Enabling IP addresses
Various ranges of IP address, enabled for connection without having to identify by login and password, can be entered in this section.
Click
to enter the IP address range
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5.3.4 Remote command
Remote access
Whenever required this function can exclude any control of the remote enabling, disabling the Scenario programmer to LAN and/or Internet connection. This is done by installing control devices such
as L4651/2 in the Automation BUS.
These devices are configured to send ON (deactivation) and OFF commands (enabling) via one of
the nine auxiliary channels (AUX) which must be selected in the box.
• Activation/deactivation event
Enter the auxiliary channel dedicated to activating/deactivating the remote access.
The state of the connection can be displayed by the lighting up of a light signal controlled by an
Automation system actuator; the configuration of this device must be given by setting the parameters in the box:
• Signalling actuator
Enable a light point to use as signalling actuator.
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Block OPEN commands
If necessary this function can disable the Scenario programmer from sending some commands to
the Automation, Burglar alarm, Load check and video door entry systems of the My Home system
in the home.The forbidden commands (max 20) are defined by describing them in the correct area
according to the “Open Web Net” protocol.
On enabling the function a window to enter
the commands is displayed.
There are two ways of compiling the command:
• Manual
allows direct entry of a command.
• Guided
The command can be defined automatically, selecting the configuration and type
of command to be blocked in the menu.
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5.4 System configuration
In this section you can configure up to 10 systems, understood as stretches of systems connected
together by means of interfaces F422 configured in mode 2 “logical extension”. This mode can separate the automation systems, each of which can thus use all the addresses available.Up to 9 systems
can thus be connected on an Automation bus (local bus) and all the 81 addresses are available for
each of them. The private riser bus (default System 1) on which all the others are connected acts as
private riser.
For some devices, extended
addresses are displayed
(from A=0, PL=1 to A=10,
PL=15); This type of addressing is only applicable
to Lighting Management
systems
5.4.1 Interfaces
In this page, using the “Add” pushbutton, you can enter up to 10 separation interfaces F422.Each
interface must be configured entering the separation address (I3, I4) between private riser and local
bus.
Add a new interface
Remove the selected interface
Remove all interfaces
Move the selected interface up
Move the selected interface
down
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5.4.2 Actuators
In this page, using the “Add” pushbutton, you can enter the Actuators.
Each Actuator must be configured entering the address, the interface level and the address of the
expansion interface (if there is one).
The device address must be between A=1, PL=1, and A=9, PL=9.
Add a new actuator
Remove the selected actuator
Remove all actuators
Move the selected actuator up
Move the selected actuator
down
It is only compulsory to connect the actuators configured as DIMMER or PUL
For each Actuator you can define:
• Description
Actuator description
• Address
Actuator address
• Type
Define if the actuator is a 10-level or a 100-level Dimmer type.
• PUL
Define whether the actuator is configured in “PUL” mode (PUL configurator in the actuator “M”
socket)
The groups between 10 and
255 are dedicated to the
Lighting Management systems.
• Group 1...10
Define which group in the Automation system (defined by the configurator in the actuator “G” position) actuator belongs to. As a function of the type of device up to three groups can be defined.
Up to 3 belonging groups may be defined among the 9 available on the system.
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5.4.3 Sensors (Lighting Management systems only)
In this page, use the “Add” pushbutton to connect light/movement sensors. Each sensor must be
configured by entering the address, the interface level, and the expansion interface address (if
present).
The device address must be between A=0, PL=1, and A=10, PL=15.
Add a new sensor
Remove the selected sensor
Remove all sensors
Move the selected sensor up
Move the selected sensor down
For each Sensor, the user can define the following:
• Description
Sensor description
• Address
Sensor address
• Type
Indicate if the sensor is a “Light” or a “Movement” sensor
• Granularity
Select the granularity level
• Group 1...10
Define the sensor as belonging to one group of the Automation system (identified by the configurator in the “G” position of the sensor). Up to ten belonging groups may be defined among the 255
available on the system.
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6. Open project
If the configuration file has been saved, this function can select it to edit it or download it to the
Scenario programmer.
Open an existing project by:
• Open
“File” pull-down menu;
• Open
Command bar
A mask is displayed to search for the folder containing the project file (.wwz) to be Opened.
Warning: For projects created using version 1 of the
software, containing time
and date objects, it is recommended to open the
scenarios
configurations,
and reactivate all scenarios
before sending the configuration to the MH200N Programmer.
On selecting “Open” the project is opened
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7. Download and
upload the project
Attention: make sure that the
PC on which the TIMH200N
program is installed and the
Scenario programmer have
compatible IP addresses.
When the configuration of the project has been completed, the file must be saved in the job directory and then sent to the MH200N device (Download).
It is also possible to receive the configuration file from the device (Upload function) so as to perform
checks and/or changes. In both cases it is necessary to connect the PC to the scenario programmer
by using the serial cable, 335919 or 3559, connected to the serial port of the PC and to a specific connector, or a “crossover” cable connected to the LAN network connector of the scenario programmer
and to the Ethernet network adapter of the PC; as an alternative, a remote update is possible, if you
know the IP address and OPEN password.
7.1 Download
Activate this operation by:
• Download
“Tools” pull-down menu
• Download
command bar
A mask is displayed to search for the folder containing the project file to be Opened for the Download.
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Select “Download” to display the mask used to set the Date and the Time.
Select “Next” to select the mode of connection between the Scenario Programmer (MH200N) and the PC.
Select “Next” to transfer the project to MH200N.
Hide the details of the
current download
Display the details of
the current download
It exports the .log file
Repeat the operation of unsuccessful
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7.2 Upload
Activate this operation by:
• Upload
“Tools” pull-down menu
• Upload
command bar
A mask is displayed, for the selection of the mode of connection to MH200N (for the connection
procedures see paragraph 7.1).
After selecting the connection mode click “Next” to load the currently installed project on the
MH200N device.
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8. Updating
Firmware
• Update firmware
“Tools” pull-down menu
• Update firmware
command bar
The following window is displayed to look for the folder containing Firmware files with .fwz extension (compressed file).
Select the file and click on “Open” to continue.
A mask is displayed, for the selection of the mode of connection to MH200N (for the connection
procedures see paragraph 7.1).
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9. Scenario Editor
This chapter describes the operations required to create a Collection of Scenarios by means of the
“Scenario Editor” application.
9.1 Creating and modifying a Collection
To create or modify a Collection, access section Scenario Editor.
Select “Setup” in the hierarchical structure on the left.
Click the “Scenario Configuration” pushbutton.
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9.1.1 Main screen page and related menus
The main functions that can be carried out using the “Editor Scenarios” can be accessed selecting
the relevant options in the drop down menu. Many functions can also be accessed by double clicking the relevant item.
For example: a scenario can be modified by double clicking on the line “File “ on the scenario field
line or by selecting “Change” from the “Scenario” drop down menu.
When Scenario Editor is accessed, the following screen page will be displayed:
Scenarios field
Project name
The configuration of this function enables assigning a button of the Automation system the possibility of disabling
all active scenarios in case of emergency.
Shows the programmed scenarios and their status on the
right of the screen.
Scenarios status
MH200N is managing the scenario
MH200N ignores the scenario
The scenario is not properly configured
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“Collection” Menu
• Export
Exports the scenarios collection (.osj file), so that they can be used for other projects
• Import
it imports scenarios from an existing collection (file .osj).
• Exit
it exits section Scenario Editor and goes back to the TiMH200N programme.
“Scenario” Menu
• New
it creates a new scenario.
• Modifier
it opens the window to modify the selected scenario or to configure a new one.
• Delete
it deletes the scenario selected among those included in the Scenarios field.
• Duplicate
Creates a copy of the selected scenario.
• Import scenario
it imports a scenario (file .osx).
• Export scenario
it exports a scenario (file .osx)
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“Tools” Menu
• Activate the selected scenarios
it activates the scenarios selected among those included in the Scenarios field.
• Activate all the scenarios
it activates all the scenarios included in the Scenarios field
“?” Menu
• Info...
it displays some information on the programme, such as the software version.
9.1.2 Importing scenarios from a Collection
Scenarios can be imported from another collection.
In the “Collection” menu, select “Import”, select the collection file from which you want to import a
scenario; the following mask will be displayed:
Tick the box left of the scenarios to be imported and click on Ok.
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9.2 Creating and modifying a Scenario
To create a scenario, select “New” in the “Scenario” menu (main mask)
The following window will be displayed, where the name of the scenario can be entered.
For each scenario, it is possible to configure two buttons of the Automation
system, for manual activation or deactivation.
For example, if the scenario is set to activate the watering system from 8.00
to 10.00 pm every night, should one be having an outdoor dinner party, the
watering scenario can be deactivated by pressing the button set for disabling
the function.
To reactivate the function the Enable configured button will need to be pressed
again.
The controls used for these function must be configured using M=CEN.
To access the scenario configuration screen, select “Change” from the Scenario menu or double click
on the “File” line.
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9.2.1 Main screen page and related menus
A scenario is configured through the following mask:
Drop-down menu
“Families” field
“Objects” field
“Execute” field
“When it happens” field
Recycle bin
“Only if” field
“Stop if it happens” field
The drop-down menu includes the following functions:
“Collection” Menu
• S
ave scenario
it saves the current scenario
• Esci
it exits this section and goes back to the Scenario Editor main screen page
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“Tools” Menu
• Activate scenario
it enables the current scenario
“?” Menu
• Info...
it displays some information on the programme.
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9.2.2 Configuring a scenario
The first two fields of the scenario screen page include some objects divided by My Home function.
To configure a scenario, drag the object icons to the various fields below using the “drag and drop”
function.
Depending on the field to which it is dragged, the object will take on a certain function, specifically:
• In the “When it happens” field, the object defines the event which will activate the scenario
• In the “Stop if it happens” field, the object defines the event which will stop the scenario
• In the “Only if” field, the object defines a constraint to scenario execution (such as a time span or a
device’s state).
• In the “Execute” field, the object defines the action or sequence of actions to be carried out. This is
the only mandatory field.
If an object is dragged to a non-relevant area, the mouse icon will take on this shape
that the operation is not valid.
to show
The objects can be deleted by moving them to the “Recycle bin” field.
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If two or more objects are entered in the “Only if” field, this icon
will appear between them.
Double clicking on this icon will open a set up window for the link between the two objects: selecting “AND” both conditions defined by the objects must be verified in order to activate the scenario;
selecting “OR”, only one condition needs verifying.
9.2.3 Families/Objects
The “Families” field includes the icons of My Home functions.
Clicking on the icon of a function (e.g.: ON/OFF), the Objects making up the Family selected are
displayed in the “Objects” field.
Families
field
Objects
field
Dragging the Object (e.g.: Lamp) by means of “drag and drop”, to the relevant Field (e.g.: when it happens), when the mouse button is released, a mask is opened for the configuration of the dragged Object.
The masks and the data required for the configuration may vary depending on the type of Object
and the field to which the object is dragged. To configure the Object, select the data from the scrolldown menus in the configuration mask, press Ok to confirm.
The configured Object is displayed in the selected field with an icon showing its state or the function
assigned to it.
The following pages show the Objects belonging to the individual My Home functions Families and
the related configuration mask.
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On/Off Family
This family includes objects which can have ON and OFF status.
Click on the green arrows to show all objects.
Configuration mask for the following objects:
Light, Irrigation, Fan, Socket, Electrovalve, Dimmer10 and Assemblies
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Action
Object (device address)
System level
Interface no. F422 address
(if present)
The “Sets” object represents a set of actuators belonging to a specific Environment or Group or controlled by a General control.
Timed Light Object
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Action
Object (device address)
Light-on time settings
System level
Interface no. F422 address
(if present)
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Dimmer 100 and Dimmer100 assembly Objects
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Action
Object (device address)
Light level setting
Action Time (100% on)
System level
Interface no. F422 address (if present)
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Motors Family
This family includes all the objects which may have UP and DOWN or OPEN and CLOSE states.
Configuration mask for the Motor rolling gate object
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Action
Object (device address)
System level
Interface no. F422 address
The “Sets” object represents a set of actuators belonging to a specific Environment or Group or controlled by a General control.
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Scenarios Family
This family identifies an object capable of generating scenarios.
Configuration mask for the Scenario object
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Action (numero dello scenario da
attivare)
Object
System level
Interface no. F422 address
Scenario PLUS object (for Lighting Management systems)
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Scenario Control Family
This family includes the control configured in the CEN mode.
Warning: When configuring this family assigning the
addresses 10, 20, 30, 40 etc.
to the object field is not recommended.
Configuration mask for the CEN object
Family to which the
object belongs
Object description
Objects
(control no.)
System level
Interface no. F422
address
Based on the control pressure mode,
the following actions are available:
– Start pressure
– Release after extended press.
– Extended pressure
– Start pressure
– Release after short press.
CEN PLUS object
If the object is dropped into the “When this happens” or “Stop when this happens” fields, the following mask will open, where it will be possible to configure the CEN PLUS object.
Family the object
belongs to
Object description
Objects
(control no.)
Pushbutton (number
of the pushbutton to
activate)
Based on the control pressure mode,
the following actions are available:
– Short pressure and release
– Start of extended pressure
– Extended pressure
– Release after extended pressure
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Time Family
This family includes the objects allowing to specify a time span. The configuration masks for the
objects belonging to this family vary depending on the Object selected and the field where it is
located.
Hour and Day Object
If the object is dragged to the “When it happens” or “Stop if it happens” fields, the following mask will
appear, where the hour and date when the scenario should start can be configured.
Family to which the object belongs
Event date
Event hour
If the object is dragged to the “Only if” field, the following configuration mask is proposed, divided
into three separate areas, where a time span within which the scenario is executed can be defined.
Hour Plan
Single hour: by clicking on this button the “From hour” field is enabled, where the precise hour and
minute when the scenario should be operating can be specified.
Hour band: by clicking on this button the “From hour” and “To Hour” fields are enabled, where an
hour band when the scenario should be operating can be specified.
Always: by clicking on this button the “From hour” and “To hour” fields are disabled. The time plan
covers the 24hours.
Weekly Plan
In this area the days of the week when the scenario should be operating can be selected.
Yearly Period
Period: by clicking on this button the “From Date” and “To Date” fields are enabled, where the validity period of the scenario can be specified.
Always: by clicking on this button the “From Date” and “To Date” fields are disabled. In this case the
scenario will always be active.
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Hour Object
If the object is dragged to the “When it happens” or “Stop if it happens” fields, the following mask will
appear, where the hour when the scenario should start can be set.
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Event hour
Delay Object
This object specifies a waiting time before a new operation is executed; it can only be dragged to
the “Execute” field.
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Seconds, minutes or hours selection
Enter the delay figure value
Random Delay Object
This object specifies a delay before the execution of a new action; it can only be dragged in the
“Execute” field. Enter a minimum and maximum delay. The programmer will select a delay within
the set limit.
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Seconds, minutes or hours selection
Enter the minimum and maximum
delay.
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Astronomic clock object
This Object specifies a time condition (Sunrise, Sunset, Day, or Night) to which the execution of a
new scenario is linked to. It can only be dropped into the “When it happens”, “Stop if it happens”,
“Only if” fields.
Family the Object belongs to
Object description
Action (Select the status of the astronomic clock)
Auxiliary Channels Family
This family identifies an object consisting of the ON and OFF control managed on one of the 9 auxiliary
channels
Mask for the configuration of the Auxiliary object
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Action
Object (Auxiliary channel)
Contact object
Family the object belongs to
Object description
Action (opening-OFF/closing-ON)
Object (object identification number)
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Burglar alarm Family
This family enables activating a scenario for responding to an alarm event. The event type and the
area can be specified.
Mask for the configuration of the Alarm object
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Action (Allarm event)
Object (Zone)
Engage/Disengage object
When a new action is performed, with this object it is possible to engage/disengage the burglar
alarm system.
Family the object belongs to
Object description
Action (Engage/Disengage)
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Temperature regulation Family
This family includes objects connected with the Temperature regulation system. The configuration
masks will change depending on the object selected.
99 Zone Unit Object
At the occurring of certain conditions, with this object it will be possible to switch the 99 zone
central unit of the temperature control system to the mode set in the Action field; it can only be
dropped in the “Execute” field.
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Action
Temperature (it’s activated by setting
the “Action” field to “Manual”)
99 Zone Scenario Object
This Object enables activation of one of the scenarios programmed on the 99 zone Central unit; It
can only be dropped in the “Execute” field.
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Action (Scenario)
99 Zone Program Object
This Object enables activation of one of the programs saved on the 99 zone Central unit; It can only
be dropped in the “Execute” field.
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Action (Program set on the 99 zone
Central unit)
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Zone object - 99 zones
If the object is dragged in the “When this happens” or “Stop when this happens” fields, the following
mask will open, to help the user defining the conditions of the zone that will activate the scenario.
If dragged in the “Execute” field, it enables, when certain events occur, switching of a certain part of
the temperature regulation system to the mode set in the Action field. It cannot be dragged in the
“Only if” field.
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Action
Object (Zone 1÷99)
Temperature (it’s activated by setting
the “Action” field to “Manual”)
4 Zone Unit Object
At the occurring of certain conditions, with this object it will be possible to switch the 4 zone central
unit of the temperature control system to the mode set in the Action field; It can only be dropped
in the “Execute” field.
Family the object belongs to
Object description
Action
Object (Zone 1 to 99)
Temperature (it is activated by setting the “Action” field to “Manual”).
Time (it is activated by setting the
“Action” field to “Manual”).
4 Zone Program Object
This Object enables activation of one of the programs saved on the 99 zone Central unit; It can only
be dropped in the “Execute” field.
Family the object belongs to
Object description
Action (Program)
Action (Program set on the 4 zone
Central unit)
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Probe object
This object enables to link the activation of the scenario to the temperature level measured by a
probe. It can only be dragged in the “Only if” field.
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Action
Object (Zone 1÷99)
Probe (Specific probe within the
zone)
Setting the temperature level that will
activate the scenario.
External Probe Object
This object enables to link the activation of the scenario to the temperature level measured by a
specified external probe. It can only be dropped into the “Only if” field.
Family the object belongs to
Object description
Action
Object (it specifies the number of the
probe to associate, 1 to 9)
Setting of the temperature level that
will activate the scenario.
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Sound system family
This family includes objects connected with the Sound system. With the exception of the “Amplifier” object, which can be dragged in all entry fields, all other fields can only be dragged in the “Execute” field.
The “MC Radio Source” and the “MC Aux Source” can only be used if the system includes a “Multi Channel
Matrix”.
Warning: When using the
volume or source activation
controls, ensure that an amplifier switch on control has
also been activated.
Configuration mask for the Amplifier object
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Action
Object address
Power amplifier object
This object enables to link the activation of the scenario to the power amplifier parameters; in the
“Only if” and “Execute” fields, in addition to the simple switch on/off functions, it also enables setting
the volume level and the enabling or disabling of the equalizer parameters.
Family the object belongs to
Object description
Action
Object address
Family the object belongs to
Object description
Action
Object address
Variable parameters based on the
selected function
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Video door entry family
This family includes objects connected with the Video door entry system. The objects “staircase
light”, “Door lock” and “Answering Machine” can only be dragged in the “Execute field. The “Camera”
object cannot be dragged in the “Only if” field, while the “Audio handset” object can be dragged in
the fields “When this happens” and “Stop if this happens”.
Configuration mask for the following objects:
Door lock and Camera
Warning: When setting an
ON command, ensure that
the related OFF command is
also set within the same scenario. If no delay has been
set for the Staircase Light
activation actuator, enter a
time delay between the On
and the OFF command.
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Action
Object (divice address)
System level
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Configuration mask for the following objects:
Staircase light from EP and Staircase light from IP
Object description
Action
Object (E.P. or I.P. address)
Configuration mask for the following objects:
Answering machine and Audio handset
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Action
Object (device address)
Special Controls Family
This family enables entering the Lock/Unlock object in the Execute field. The action of this object
refers to a certain actuator in the system, which can be locked in the current state. To reinstate
normal operation of the actuator, a similar unlock command must be sent to the MH200N Scenario
Programmer.
Lock/Unlock Object
Family to which the object belongs
Object description
Action
Object (actuator address)
System level
Interface no. F422 address
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Systems supervision Family
This family can be used to manage the opening/closing, and the automatic resetting of Stop&Go
objects.
Mask for the configuration of the Stop&Go object
Family the object belongs to
Object description
Action
Object
(device identification number)
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Sensor Family
This family can be used to perform scenarios based on the status of some types of sensors; movement, lighting, twilight, rain, wind sensors.
Movement sensor object
Family the object belongs to
Object description
Action
Object (sensor SCS address)
Level (private riser or local bus)
F422 interface address
Lighting sensor object
Family the object belongs to
Object description
Action
Object (sensor SCS address)
Light level
Level (private riser or local bus)
F422 interface address
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Twilight sensor object
Family the object belongs to
Object description
Action
Object (SCS address of the interface
the sensor is connected to)
Level (private riser or local bus)
F422 interface address
Rain sensor object
Family the object belongs to
Object description
Action
Object (SCS address of the interface
the sensor is connected to)
Level (private riser or local bus)
F422 interface address
Wind sensor object
Family the object belongs to
Object description
Action
Object (SCS address of the interface
the sensor is connected to)
Level (private riser or local bus)
F422 interface address
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Variable Family
This family can be used to perform scenarios based on the status of two types of logic variables:
a counter and a Boolean variable.
Counter object
Family the object belongs to
Object description
Action
Object (identification number of the
counter on the system)
Condition on the value of the counter
Boolean object
Family the object belongs to
Object description
Boolean variable value
(true or false)
Object (identification number of the
variable on the system)
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9.2.4 Entry fields
When it happens
In this field the event which will activate the scenario can be defined. Several events can be entered, in this case they will be linked to one another by a logic OR, i.e. the scenario will be activated
if one or the other event occurs
E.g.: scenario activated by a lamp being switched on or when an event managed by an auxiliary
channel occurs.
Stop if it happens
In this field the event which will stop the scenario can be defined. Just like in the previous field, in the case
of several events, these will be linked to one another by a logic OR, i.e. the scenario will be blocked by an
event or by another.
E.g.: scenario blocked by the disabling (OFF) of a device generating information on an auxiliary
channel.
Only if
In this field one or more events which will infl uence scenario execution can be defined. The
scenario will be executed only if the events included in this field have occurred. In case of several
events, these will have to be linked to one another by means of the “OR” and “AND” logic operators.
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Operators OR - AND
If two or more objects are entered in the “Only if” (Solo se) field, this icon
will appear between
them. Double clicking on this icon will open a set up window for the link between the two objects:
selecting “AND” both conditions defined by the objects must be verified in order to activate the
scenario; selecting “OR”, only one condition needs verifying.
For example: The scenario will be executed 10.30 to 11.30, Monday to
Friday in the period between 12.12.06 to 24.12.06, or (condition of
)
when the entrance lamp (Actuator 15) is on.
Execute
In this field the operations that the scenario carries out once it has been activated are defined. The
scenario will carry out the operations in the order in which they have been entered in the field.
For example: The execution of the scenario will activate an instruction (General ON) to all actuators
belonging to the ON/OFF family and an instruction (General OFF) to all actuators of the Motors Family.
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Repeat Action
Tick this box for continuous loop operation. Once all the actions of the “Execute” field have been
completed, the cycle will start again.
When this function is enabled, an endless cycle of
actions is activated, therefore it is important to be very
careful in defining the STOP
events used to stop the scenario and/or in configuring
well-defined time spans.
For example: Completion of the following scenario lasting 10 minutes, in the period between 8.00
p.m and 10.00 p.m.: watering of the garden + opening of the ground floor roller blinds + closing of
the first floor roller blinds and switching on the lights in the garden. If the “Repeat Action” box is not
ticked, the sequence of actions listed in the “Execute” field will only be completed once. By ticking
the box, the sequence is repeated every 10 minutes in the period between 8.00 p.m. and 10.00 p.m.
This function can be used to simulate the presence of a person in the house without the need for
creating complex scenarios lasting several hours.
Execute at device restart
Tick this box if, should Programmer MH200N switch off due to a power supply failure to the system,
you want the scenario being executed at that time to continue when the device is restarted.
For example, for the presence simulation scenario previously described, this box should be ticked
too, so that, in the event of a power supply failure to the system, when the system is restarted, the
scenario will continue operating.
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10.Maximum
number of scenarios
and events managed by MH200N
When configuring the scenarios, bear the follow constraints in mind:
Collection
Maximum number of scenarios
up to 300
Among the 300 maximum scenarios, there can be up to 20 scenarios
with the following characteristics:
- “Repeat Actions” flag active
or
up to 20
- sum of delays exceeding 1 minute
or
- both
Maximum number of scenarios with the same start event
up to 5
MH200N can receive configuration files of 900 kB
maximum; check the object
size before performing the
download
Delay function
Scenario
Maximum number of objects in the “When it happens” field
up to 20
Maximum number of objects in the “Stop if it happens” field
up to 20
Maximum number of objects in the “Only if” field
up to 20
Maximum number of scenario Actions
up to 40
Up to 20
Up to 20
Up to 20
Up to 40
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