MEMO DW E - Door Entry Direct, Door entry systems, Intercoms

MEMO DW E - Door Entry Direct, Door entry systems, Intercoms
Safety warnings
Technical characteristics
Dimensions
Connection diagrams
Display and keypad description
Installation
Setting language
Setting date format
Setting date
Setting time
■ Programmings
ON/OFF Events
IMPULSE Events
CYCLE Events
HOLIDAY Events
Programming priority
■ Manual operation
Manual switching on/off
Casual switchings on/off
Lock output switchings (Lock)
Battery test
Menu Overview
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■ Automatic programming
Creation of a new programme
Programmes ON/OFF
IMPULSE Programmes
CYCLE Programmes
HOLIDAY Programmes
Checking a programme
Displaying a programme
Modifying a programme
Deleting a programme
Reset programmes
■ Settings menu
LANGUAGE menu
DATE menu
TIME menu
CHANGE CET/DST menu
CASUAL PARAMETERS menu
PROGRAMME OPTIONS menu
PIN menu
RESET SETTINGS menu
■ Meter menu
■ Reset menu
■ Battery replacement
■ Reference Standards
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English
Index
English
Digital programmable switches
Digital programmable switches
• Large display with text guide to
facilitate programming
• Sealable cover and possibility to
lock keypad through password
Time switch with daily/weekly programming
for the management of electric utilities
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• Cover on the back of the instrument
for replacing the battery
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
During product installation and operation it is necessary
to observe the following instructions::
1) The instrument must be installed and started up by a qualified
person, strictly in observance of the connection diagrams shown
in this manual.
2) After installation inaccessibility to the terminals without using
dedicated tools must be guaranteed
3) Before accessing the connection terminals, make sure that the
leads are not live.
4) Do not connect or feed 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 anything other than the indicated
purpose
Code
VP871800
Model
memo DW E
Description
Daily/weekly time switch 1 relay
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Power supply: 230Vac ± 10% 50/60Hz
Absorption: 8VA (2W)
Replaceable battery
Output: 1 monostable change-over contact 16(10)A / 250Vac
Type of action: 1B
Memorisable programmes:
- 30 events (on, off, impulse, cycle)
- 4 periods + 20 holiday days
Backlit LCD display
Software class: A
Mounting: DIN rail to backplane
Container: 2 DIN modules
Operating temperature: 0 ÷ +50°C
Storage temperature -10°C ÷ +70°C
Pollution level: 2
Rated impulse voltage: 4kV
Degree of protection: IP20 for the terminals
Insulation: reinforced between accessible parts (frontal) and all the
other terminals
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English
SAFETY WARNINGS
DIMENSIONS
English
CONNECTION DIAGRAMS
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g Field “day of the week”
h Field “programme running”
i Field “CET/DST”
j Field “key functions”
C1
R
C2
Ok
Key “ ”: activation menu/esc/check battery
Key “Ok”: confirm datum
Key “C1”: decrease datum/previous menu/ switching channel/lock
channel
Key “C2”: increase datum/next menu
Key “R”: reset settings
a Field “text1 / day”
b Field “text 2 / date”
c Field “status relay”
d Field “time”
e Field “lock” (lock relay switchings)
f Field “random programme”
Key “Ok” + “C1” (3 sec): random on/off channel
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English
DISPLAY AND KEYPAD DESCRIPTION
INSTALLATION
English
• The instrument is supplied with the battery not inserted to avoid
wasted consumption. Extract the battery from its packing and insert
it into the housing located behind the instrument so that pole (+)
is visible as shown in the figure. Then secure the closure cover,
turning it clockwise.
• Using a pointed object press key “R”
C1 R C2 Ok
to perform a reset. All the segments
of the display will light for a few
seconds and then the instrument shows
the version of the firmware and the type of instrument.
• At this point it is possible to insert the parameters necessary for the
instrument to work correctly:
− language
− date format
− date
− time
Setting language
It is possible to choose from 5 languages:
Italian ´ English ´ Spanish ´
French ´ German
• Connect the load and the power supply as illustrated in section
“Connection diagrams”
Use keys “C1” and “C2” to choose
the desired language.
C1
R
C2
Ok
Press “Ok” to confirm and go on to the
“data format” menu.
C1
R
C2
Ok
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It is possible to choose from two
date formats:
DD-MM-YY or YY-MM-DD
Use keys “C1” and “C2” to choose
the desired format.
C1
R
C2
Ok
Press “Ok” to confirm and go
on to the “data” menu.
C1
R
C2
Ok
English
When the day is inserted,
also appearing on the display
is the bar with the corresponding
day of the week
(1´ Monday, 7´ Sunday).
Setting date format
Setting date
The parameter (year, month,
day) to be changed
flashes.
Press “Ok” to confirm and go on
to the “data” menu.
Setting time
Use keys “C1” and “C2” to
choose the desired value
- and press “Ok” to confirm
and go on to the next parameter.
The sequence of parameters to be
entered is year ´ month ´ day
The parameter (hours, minutes)
to be changed flashes.
Use keys “C1” and “C2” to
choose the desired value
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C1
R
C2
Ok
and press “Ok” to
confirm and go on to the next parameter.
The sequence of parameters
to be inserted is hours ´ minutes
PROGRAMMINGS
Press “Ok” to confirm.
English
C1
The instrument then goes into normal
operational status and is ready to work.
The display shows the values for the date,
time, status relay, day of the week (on
the first line in letters and lower down in
numbers) and the DST/CET symbol.
Note: if the instrument is not fed by
the mains, on the first line of the
display instead of the day are the words
.
In this condition backlighting is not active
and the relay not switched.
R
C2
Ok
ON/OFF Events
ON and OFF events consist of switching the relay to the on or off
position.
They may be daily (every day at the same time) or weekly (one or more
days during the week, each week).
IMPULSE events
An impulse event can be an on or off type and may last for a maximum
of 59 second:
ON
OFF
At the end of the on impulse the relay will always be in the off status; at
the end of an off impulse the relay will always be in the on status.
An impulsive event can be interrupted following a manual operation.
CYCLE events
A cycle event is a programme which repeats itself over a preset period
of time (maximum duration 1 week) during which there is a succession
of on and off switching.
The cycle programme always starts from the on status and always ends
in the off status. The duration of the on and off status cannot be less
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OFF
than one minute.
The cycle event may be interrupted following a holiday event (relay
status:off), a manual operation, a date/rime change, automatic updating
of CET/DST time (we recommend disabling the automatic time change
when using the cycle programme).
HOLIDAY events
A holiday event allows you to enter individual days or holiday periods
during which all the set programmes shall not be carried out and the
relay shall be in the off position.
Holiday events always start at 00:00 on the starting day and end at
23:59 on the last day of the holiday.
Holiday events are interrupted in the case of manual operations on
output.
Programming priority
In automatic function mode the instrument behaves as foreseen by the
entered programmes. Should there be conflict between programmes
(different events starting at the same moment) the instrument will only
run the one with the highest priority, according to the following table
(1 maximum priority):
Weekly
Daily
Cycle
1
-
Impulse
2
3
ON or OFF
4
5
Programmed events which starting during an event already in progress
(holiday, cycle) are ignored.
In the case of non-instantaneous (holiday, cycle, impulse) the device
always completed the started programme before managing the next.
Exceptions to this are cases in which:
- a holiday event occurs while executing a non-instantaneous
programme
- there is a change to manual operation while executing a noninstantaneous programme. In this case all the programmes running are
interrupted and if there is a lock or random on the channel, execution
of all programmes is disabled until manual procedure is deactivated
Programmes that are active when one of these exceptions occurs are
interrupted and will not be restored. When execution is interrupted, the
relays still maintain status unless entering a holiday day (or period).
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English
ON
Event
MANUAL OPERATION
English
Manual operations are reachable from the
normal operational status in which the
display assumes an appearance similar to
the following:
Manual switching on/off
Briefly pressing keys “C1” allows
switching The achieved status is
maintained until the next programmed
event.
Casual on/off switchings
It is possible to activate casual output
switching.
Activation brings the output to the on
status and shall then be followed by on/
off switching with casual periods and
duty-cycles (the default minimum period
is 1 minute and the maximum 5 minutes:
such values can in any case be changed
in the settings menu)
Hold keys “C1” and “Ok” down
simultaneously for 3 seconds to activate
the function.
On confirmation of activation, under the
output status indication appears the
symbol .
Pressing keys “C1” and “Ok” again for 3
seconds deactivates the function.
The relay is set to off status.
Lock output switching (Lock)
It is possible to activate the function
which allows all the switchings of one
output to be locked. In this way all the
programmes are locked (including the
holiday programme and the other manual
switchings) and the output is maintained
in its current status until manual
unlocking.
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C1
R
C2
Ok
3 seconds
Hold key “C1” down for 3 seconds to
activate output locking.
On confirmation of activation, on the
display under the channel indication
appears symbol .
C1
R
C2
Ok
3 seconds
English
Hold key “C1” down for 3 seconds to
unlock the ouput.
Battery Test
The battery is read automatically once a week (Monday at 00:00). It is
in any case possible to read battery status by holding down key “ ”
if the
for 3 seconds. On the display appear the words
battery charge level is sufficient for correct operation; otherwise the
appear to indicate that replacement is required as
words
soon as possible.
The manual functions which work on the output relays have
priority over any set programming.
The highest priority function is the lock switchings function
(LOCK).
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English
“Menu Overview”
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Using keys “C1” and “C2”
choose the frequency
of the event from:
DAILY, WEEKLY.
AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMING
1. Creation of a new programme
C2
Press “Ok”
to confirm.
1.1 Programmes ON / OFF
Press key “ ” to enter the menu, choose
the PROGRAM option using keys “C1”
and “C2” and press “Ok” to confirm.
C1
C1
R
C2
Choose between an
ON or OFF event.
Press “Ok” to confirm.
C2
Ok
C2
C1
R
C2
Ok
Choose option NEW using keys
“C1” and “C2”
and press “Ok” to confirm.
C1
R
English
C1
Ok
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English
Insert the date using keys “C1” and “C2”.
(not required for daily events)
For weekly events it is possible to set
more than one day of the week. By
pressing key “Ok” you select/deselect
the day in question while using key “C2”
you scroll through the days until Sunday.
By pressing “C2” again,
appears: press “Ok” to confirm.
Enter the hours and minutes
for the switching using keys
“C1” and “C2”.
Press “Ok” to confirm.
If you do not wish to enter an off (on) time, press key “ ” to terminate
programming.
There is no control of the correlation between on/off events
programmed using the recursive function: such function is therefore to
be intended as facilitated programming.
1.2 IMPULSE programmes
C1
R
C2
Ok
Press key “ ” to enter the menu, choose
the PROGRAM option using keys “C1”
and “C2” and press “Ok” to confirm.
C1
R
C2
Ok
C1
R
C2
Ok
Confirmation of programming is shown by
on the display.
the words
Note: recursive function
At this point the instrument activates the
recursive function which allows several
on-off events to be programmed in
succession on the same day.
Thereby once an activation (deactivation)
event has been programmed, it is possible
to enter the time of a deactivation
(activation) event for the same day.
Choose option NEW using keys
“C1” and “C2” and
press “Ok” to confirm.
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Using keys “C1” and “C2”
choose the frequency
of the event from:
DAILY, WEEKLY.
C2
Using keys “C1” and “C2”
choose whether it is an
ON impulse
or an OFF impulse.
C2
Press “Ok”
to confirm.
C1
R
C2
Press “Ok” to confirm.
Ok
C1
R
C2
C1
R
English
C1
C1
Ok
Se the date using keys “C1” and “C2”
(not required for daily events).
Choose the impulse
using keys “C1” and “C2”
and press “Ok” to confirm.
C1
R
C2
Ok
Press “Ok” to confirm.
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C2
Ok
Enter the starting time
and duration of the impulse
(max 59 seconds).
1.3 CYCLE Programmes
Press key “ ” to enter the menu,
choose the PROGRAM option
using keys “C1” and “C2”
and press “Ok” to confirm.
C1
English
Choose option NEW
using keys “C1” and “C2”
and press “Ok” to confirm.
Press “Ok” to confirm.
Once programming is confirmed,
on the display the are shown
the words
.
During normal operation, the eventual
execution of an impulse programme is
shown by symbol on field (8) of the
display.
C1
R
C2
Ok
Choose
with keys “C1” and “C2”.
Press “Ok” to confirm.
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R
C2
Ok
Enter the day
and time
(hours, minutes)
of cycle start,
the duration
of the
ON period
(hours, minutes),
the duration of the
OFF period
(hours,minutes),
the date and time
(hours, minutes)
of cycle end (the device
will give some possible
values for the end of the event:
such values are calculated so
that the last period is always
complete).
The maximum duration of a cycle is one
week.
Press “Ok” to confirm.
Once programming is confirmed,
on the display appear the words
.
During normal operation, the eventual
execution of a cycle programme is shown
by symbol on field (8) of the display.
1.4 HOLIDAY programmes
English
Press key “ ” to enter the menu,
choose the PROGRAM option using keys
“C1” and “C2”
and press “Ok” to confirm.
C1
C1
R
C2
Ok
Choose option NEW using keys “C1”
and “C2”
and press “Ok” to confirm.
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R
C2
Ok
Insert the date
(holiday day)
or
the interval of holiday days
(holiday period).
Choose
with keys “C1” and “C2”.
C1
Press “Ok” to confirm.
R
C2
Ok
English
Press “Ok” to confirm.
Note: the details of the interval are to be
considered as included in the period.
Choose
one days’ holiday
or
a holiday period
using keys “C1” and “C2”
R
C2
Ok
C2
As confirmation of programming,
on the display appear the words
During normal operation, the eventual
execution of a holiday programme is
shown by symbol on field (8) of the
display.
C1
Press “Ok” to confirm.
C1
C1
R
C2
Ok
Note: recursive function
At this point the instrument activates the recursive function which
allows several holiday days (or holiday periods) to the programmed in
succession.
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If you do not wish to enter another
days’ holiday (or period),
press key “ ” to end programming.
There is no control of the correlation
between holiday events programmed
using the recursive function:
such function is therefore to be intended
as facilitated programming.
2. Checking a programme
Through this menu it is possible to display, amend or delete a
programme saved in the instrument.
2.1 Displaying a programme
Press “Ok” to confirm.
The instrument’s internal memory allows up to 30 events + 4
holiday periods + 20 holiday days to be memorised.
Using keys “C1” and “C2” choose
CHECK
Once maximum capacity is reached, attempts to memorise
another programme causes the display to show the message
. In this case it is necessary to delete a
programme in the memory in order to enter a new one.
Press “Ok” to confirm.
is shown on the display whenever there
The message
is an attempt to save a programme overwriting a pre-existent
programme of the same type (for example trying to enter a daily
off event at 08:00 if there is already a daily on event at the same
time).
Finally, choose the frequency and type of event you wish to check using
“C1” and “C2”.
At this point the first programme pertaining to the specified type is
displayed.
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English
Press key “ ” to enter the menu, and
using keys “C1” and “C2” choose the
PROGRAM option.
If more than one programme is present, it is possible to scroll forwards
and backwards through them by using keys “C1” and “C2”
If no programme of that particular type is present, on the display appear
.
the words
and “Ok” to confirm or the key “ ” to exit without modifications.
are displayed and the
At the end of the modification the words
instrument returns to the normal operational status once again.
2.3 Deleting a programme
2.2 Modifying a programme
It is possible to access programme
deletion from the programme display
status.
English
It is possible to access programme
modification from the programme display
status.
Choose the programme to be modified
and press key “Ok”
Choose the programme to be deleted and
press key “Ok”
C1
R
C2
R
C2
Ok
C1
R
C2
Ok
Ok
Choose, using keys “C1” and “C2” the
DELETE option and press “Ok” to confirm
or key “ ” to exit without deletion.
Choose the MODIFY option using keys
“C1” and “C2”
and press “Ok” to confirm.
At this point it is possible to insert the new
programme parameters.
The parameter under modification flashes.
Use keys “C1” and “C2” to set the values
C1
C1
R
C2
Ok
On the display appear the words
and the instrument returns to
normal operational status once again.
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Note: in the case of CYCLE programme, the menu sequence differs
slightly. In fact in this case the first parameter of the first cycle
programme is displayed (start time). It is necessary to press key “C2”
to display all the parameters relative to that programme until the “Ok”
key is enabled which allows access to the menu containing the options
modify, delete and next (to go to the next programme cycle). At this
point using keys “C1” and “C2” choose the desired option and press
“Ok” to confirm.
Choose CONFIRM and press “Ok”. All the
programmes will be cancelled.
Alternatively it is possible to reset
programmes by accessing the reset
menu.
C1
R
C2
Ok
English
3. Reset programmes
To delete all the programmes saved on
the instrument:
Press key “ ” to enter the menu, choose
the PROGRAM option using keys “C1”
and “C2” and press “Ok” to confirm.
C1
R
C2
Ok
Choose option RESET PROGRAM using
keys “C1” and “C2”
and press “Ok” to confirm.
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LANGUAGE Menu
SETTINGS MENU
This menu allows the instrument’s general configuration parameters to
be displayed and eventually modified. These are:
language, date, time, DST, casual programme option and pin.
English
From the normal operational status
± press key “ ”
C1
R
C2
Ok
± choose SETTINGS LANGUAGE using
keys “C1” and “C2”
± confirm with “Ok”
± the currently set language is displayed:
press “Ok”
to access the modification
± choose the language
using keys “C1” and “C2”
± choose SETTINGS
using keys “C1” and “C2”
± confirm again with “Ok”
± on the display appear
the words
± press “Ok” to confirm.
C1
R
C2
Ok
The options are:
Italian, English, Spanish,
French and German.
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C1
R
C2
Ok
± enter the year, month and date
using keys “C1” and “C2”
DATE Menu
± choose SETTINGS DATE
using keys “C1” and “C2”
± press “Ok” again
to confirm
± confirm with “Ok”
C1
R
C2
Ok
± the current date is displayed:
press “Ok”
to access the modification
±
±
±
±
±
±
choose SETTINGS TIME using keys “C1” and “C2”
confirm with “Ok”
the current time displayed: press “Ok” to access the modification
enter hours and minutes using keys “C1” and “C2”
press “Ok” again to confirm
On the display appear the words
CHANGE CET/DST Menu
C1
R
C2
Ok
DST/CET management can be carried out automatically by the device.
In this case, the instrument:
- increases the current time by one hour when changing from CET to
DST
- decreases the current time by one hour when changing from DST to
CET
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English
TIME Menu
± choose the date format
using keys “C1” and “C2”
(dd-mm-yy or yy-mm-dd)
± confirm with “Ok”
± On the display appear the words
To enable/disable the automatic time change:
English
± choose SETTING DAYL SAVE using keys “C1” and “C2”
± confirm with “Ok”. The current status is displayed (AUTO ON or
AUTO OFF)
± press “Ok” to enter modification
± using keys “C1” and “C2” choose whether to activate or deactivate
the function
± press “Ok” to confirm
If you choose AUTO OFF, on the display appear the words
, otherwise the instrument remains within the menu to allow the time
change days to be set.
To set the days and the time in which CET/DST time change occurs:
± choose SETTINGS DAYL SAVE using
keys “C1” and “C2”
display (should this not happen, see
previous paragraph “Enable automatic
time change”)
± press key “C2”. The time change
parameters from CET to DST appear
on the display
± by pressing key “Ok” it is possible
to modify such values. The parameters
to be entered are sequentially:
· week
· month
· day (or date)
· time
- week of the month: first 1ST, second
2ND, third 3RD, fourth 4TH, LAST
last (meant for example as the last
Sunday, Monday, ...of the month) or
DATE (to specify a precise date)
± confirm with “Ok”.
The words AUTO ON appear on the
C1
R
C2
Ok
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C1
R
C2
Ok
For example, the figure at the top
shows that the time change happens
on the last (LAST) Sunday (7) of
March (03) at 2 (02:00)
- if you have chosen date the day of
the month is requested; in the other
cases you are asked to enter the
day of the week on which the time
change is to happen.
Press “Ok” to confirm
R
C2
Ok
C1
R
C2
Ok
C1
R
C2
Ok
C1
R
C2
Ok
English
C1
- month of change
- enter the time of the change
Press “Ok” to confirm
C1
R
C2
Ok
- by pressing key “C2” it is possible
to set the moment in which the time
change from CET to DST occurs in
the same way
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When all the parameters have been set,
press “ ” to exit.
Depending on the date, on the instrument
during
display appears the symbol
symbol
the CET period (winter) and the
during the DST period (summer).
± press “Ok” to enter into modification
English
CASUAL PARAMETERS Menu
C1
R
C2
Ok
C1
R
C2
Ok
± enter sequentially
− hour, minutes, minimum time
− hour, minutes, maximum time
This menu allows the modification of
the minimum and maximum time which
passes between two switchings when a
casual programme is activated. As default
these values are set at 1 and 5 minutes.
± choose SETTINGS RANDOM using keys
“C1” and “C2”
± press “Ok” to confirm
± confirm with “Ok” . The minimum
duration value is displayed
C1
R
C2
Ok
± On the display appear
the words
± press “C2” to display the maximum
duration
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Note: this function allows one (or more than one) type of programme to
be excluded from automatic operation.
PROGRAMME OPTIONS Menu
This function allows programmed switchings to be impeded,
discriminating them by typology, without having to cancel them from
memory.
It is possible to:
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)
disable on/off programmes (
disable impulse programmes
disable cycle programmes
disable the holiday period programme (
disable individual day holiday programmes (
It is possible to set a protection code to stop anyone from working on
the instrument.
The pin code is a number composed of 4 digits which may assume
values from 1 to 4.
To set the pin code:
)
± choose SETTINGS PROGRAM using keys “C1” and “C2”
± confirm with “Ok” .
± confirm with “Ok”.
PIN Menu
)
± choose SETTINGS PIN using keys “C1” and “C2”
± confirm with “Ok”.
± the four digits composing the current pin code are displayed (0000
corresponds to an inactive pin)
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English
± the status is shown on the display for each type of switching
(enabled or not)
± scroll the various types of programmings using keys “C1” and
“C2” and press key “Ok” to access modification of the selected
parameter
± once in modify, choose keys “C1” and “C2” if you want to enable
or disable the switchings
± press “Ok” to confirm
± On the display appear the words
English
± confirm with “Ok”.
− choose MODIFY and press “Ok” to insert the new pin code. Use
keys “C1” and “C2” to enter the digits composing the code one
by one and “Ok” to confirm them
− choose RESET should you wish to deactivate the pin code request
± press “Ok” to confirm
± on the display appear the words
(
in the case of
reset)
RESET SETTINGS Menu
If the pin code request is active, about 3
minutes after the last time the keypad is
pressed, keypad lock is activated. At this
point pressing on the keypad again leads
to a request to enter the pin code.
To reset the settings:
To unlock the instrument simply enter the
pin code according to this rule:
- key “ ”: 1
key “C1”: 2
key “C2”: 3
key “Ok”: 4
For example:
pin: 3411 “C2” “Ok” “ ” “ ”
This option resets all settings relative to:
- date format
- automatic change DST/CET
- minimum and maximum time between two casual switchings
- programme options
- pin code
±
±
±
±
choose SETTINGS RESET using keys “C1” and “C2”
confirm with “Ok” .
confirm again with “Ok”
on the display appear the words
The factory values are reloaded thus:
Date format
dd--mm--yy
Change DST/CET
- change summer time
- change winter time
automatic
Last Sunday of March at 02:00
Last Sunday of October 03:00
Casual programme
- minimum period
- maximum period
1 minute
5 minutes
Request PIN
0000 - disactivated
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METER MENU
RESET MENU
To display the meter:
- press key “ ” to enter the menu
- choose the HOUR CNT option using
keys “C1” and “C2” and press “Ok”
to confirm
- by pressing key “Ok” you access the
possibility to reset the meter: once again
press “Ok” to confirm or “ ” to exit
without resetting.
It is possible to restore the initial status of the instrument using the
reset function. 4 different resets are available:
- reset settings: cancel all the entered settings
- reset programmes: cancel all the saved programmes
- reset meter: reset the working hours meter
- reset all: reset settings+ reset programmes + reset meter
To perform a reset:
- press key “ ” to enter the menu
- choose RESET using keys “C1” and “C2” and press “Ok”
- using keys “C1” and “C2” choose on of the resets listed above and
press “Ok”
- press “Ok” to confirm
To perform a complete instrument reset, restoring the instrument to
factory conditions, you need to use a pointed object to press key “R”.
In this way all the settings carried out are cancelled and the initial
conditions restored.
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English
The instrument is equipped with a function which allows load use to be
calculated on a channel.
The counter has a range from 0 to 99999 hours. It resets automatically
once the maximum limit is reached.
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
REFERENCE STANDARDS
English
When the battery charge level drops below a certain threshold, on
. In this case
the first line of the display appear the words
replace the battery as soon as possible.
To replace the battery:
- disconnect the mains
- remove the battery slot cover, turning it anti-clockwise
- replace the battery and remount the cover, turning it clockwise
- connect the power supply
Compliance with Community Directives
2006/95/EC (Low Voltage)
2004/108/EC (E.M.C.)
is declared in reference to the harmonized Standards
• EN 60730-2-7
In order not to lose programming and the performed settings it is
necessary to make sure that no more than 60 seconds pass between
extracting the flat battery and inserting the new one.
Only use CR-2032 type batteries.
Dispose of the used batteries observing the laws
in force in relation to the disposal of hazardous
waste.
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