User Manual Wireless Touch Control Unit

User Manual
Wireless Touch Control Unit
Thank you for purchasing the
RF TOUCH wireless control device
RF Touch allows you to:
• Control numerous devices via the touch screen
• Control and dim lighting
• Switching of electrical loads and equipment
• Blinds / shutters / curtains etc.
• A combination of detectors
• 'Holiday Mode' settings for switching, dimming and blind actuators
• Create scenes/moods to control multiple devices from a single touch of the screen
• Visualise the status (ON/OFF etc.) of all devices on the system
• Communicate wirelessly with devices, eliminating the need for cabling to a central point
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Contents
Home Screen...................................................................... 4
Normal & Holiday Modes.................................................... 5
Main Menu........................................................................... 6
Programmed Devices......................................................... 7
Switching Control................................................................ 8
Dimming Control................................................................. 9
Blind / Shutter Control....................................................... 10
Detectors........................................................................... 11
Quick Control.................................................................... 12
Setting Weekly/Daily Program........................................... 13
Notes................................................................................. 15
Before you start
Please ensure you read this manual prior to installing and using the RF Touch.
The instruction manual is intended to aid installation and use of the equipment. Installation of the product can only be carried out by a
qualified electrician and must be wired in accordance with the latest IEE Wiring Regulations.
Dependant on the number of devices programmed, the screen may lag slightly especially during programming whilst the RF Touch waits for
the return signal from the relevant device.
Heating installation is not included in these instructions. We recommend the installer undertakes training prior to commencing with any
heating installation.
Trouble free functioning of the RF Touch is dependent on correct storage and handling. If there are any signs of damage, deformation,
malfunction or missing parts, do not install this product and please return it to the distributor.
Incorrect installation or mishandling of the product will invalidate any warranty supplied.
Standard warranty is 12 months from date of purchase.
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Home Screen
When you come to use your RF Touch for the first time you will find this screen, which is referred to as the Home
Screen. It displays the time, date, favourite commands and gives access to the control menus.
The date and time are set up within the settings menu explained in the installation manual.
Time
(Touch here to toggle the main clock mode from
analogue to digital clock)
Date and Day
Main Clock
(Touch here to access the main menu)
7 Day / Holiday Mode
(Press to select between the two modes if enabled)
Favourites
(This area can be populated by up to three
favourite functions. See Installation manual)
Hint: After a period of inactivity the RF Touch will either return to the Home Screen or the screen will go off (sleep mode).
A lock can also be applied (settings within the installation manual) to this screen to help prevent unauthorized access to further
menus. If you see the icon
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on the Home Screen, a lock has been applied, double tap to unlock.
Normal & Holiday Modes
Also available on the Home Screen, if enabled within the settings menu is the facility to add two timings elements for
switching, dimming and blind/shutter devices. One for 7 day normal mode and one for holiday mode.
7 Day Normal Mode
Timings can be setup for the required devices for when the
property is occupied.
Holiday Mode
Timings can be setup for the required devices for when
the property is unoccupied. Offers the facility to simulate
occupancy to improve security and reduce energy usage.
By pressing on the 7 day or suitcase icon will change from one to the other, making it easy to
change from one set of timing elements to another when required.
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Main Menu
This menu is where you can access and control the various wireless devices installed.
The menu is divided up by the functionality of the devices as listed below.
Temperature Regulation - (Manual available via training course)
Switching - (This will bring you to the switching menu where you can see and
control the status of switching devices and add timing elements) Page 8
Dimming - (This will bring you to the dimming menu where you can see and
control the status of dimming devices and add timing elements) Page 9
Blinds - (This will bring you to the blinds menu where you can see and set the
status of shutter devices and add timing elements) Page 10
Detectors - (This will bring you to the detectors menu where you will be able to
see the status of any detectors within your installation) Page 11
Quick Control - (This is where you can control specially created groups of
devices that you may wish to control all at once) Page 12
The list above may be modified during the installation process, with certain elements removed to aid control.
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Programmed Devices
After selecting the function of the device to be controlled from the Main Menu, you are then offered a list of named devices
programmed during the installation.
Select the device and then depending on its functionality will depend on the control options available. The following pages
will help explain these options.
Name of Appliance
Press here to access control of the device.
Status
(This will indicate green for ON & red for OFF)
Scroll
(If your list of devices extends beyond the screen you
can browse further by pressing these arrows)
Hint: The name of the devices will have been determined by the installer. It is, however, possible to rename these.
See the RF Touch Installation Manual for more details.
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Switching Control
This menu will display and give control of the on/off status of the selected switching device.
The 7 day and holiday mode time elements can be set for each dimming device for when the property is occupied or
unoccupied.
Press
to return to the home screen or
to step back one screen to select a different device.
Status
(This will indicate green for ON & red for OFF)
Basic Controls
(On/Off control)
7 Day Weekly Program
(Use this to set up timing elements to turn your appliance on and off at required
times and days when occupied. See page 13)
Holiday Mode Weekly Program
(Use this to set up timing elements to turn your appliance on and off at required
times and days when unoccupied. See page 13)
Next Functions
(Allows additional controls such as delay ON, delay OFF (including delay time
settings), button & impulse)
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Dimming Control
This menu will display and give control of the on/off and dimming status of the selected dimming device.
The 7 day and holiday mode time elements can be set for each dimming device for when the property is occupied or
unoccupied. When timing elements are added the lights can either be ON (100%) or OFF (0%).
Press
to return to the home screen or
to step back one screen to select a different device.
Status
(This will indicate green for ON & red for OFF)
Basic Controls
(On/Off control)
Dimming Control
(Use arrows to set the level of light. Press OK to apply)
7 Day Weekly Program
(Use this to set up timing elements to turn your appliance ON (100%) and OFF
(0%) at required times and days when occupied. See page 13)
Holiday Mode Weekly Program
(Use this to set up timing elements to turn your appliance ON (100%) and OFF
(0%) at required times and days when unoccupied. See page 13)
Next Functions
(Allows you to use ‘Dim up light to full’ & ‘Dim down light to off’ and also set time
settings for ‘Timed dim up’ and ‘Timed dim down’ functions)
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Blind / Shutter Control
Gives the facility to manually control or via the weekly programming facilities to automatically control shutters/blinds.
A short press on UP or DOWN will manoeuvre the shutter/blind in small increments, whilst a 3 second press will run the set
time to fully open or fully close.
Press
to return to the home screen or
to step back one screen to select a different device.
Status
(Red or green, see ‘blind controls’)
Blind Controls
(A short press will manoeuvre the shutter/blind in increments. A 3 second press
will run the set time to fully open or close. It is only through the 3 second press or
the weekly programming that the status indicator changes, green for DOWN and
red for UP)
Setting
(Set and adjust the time elements to allow the shutter/blind to fully open and fully
close with either a 3 second press on the controls or via the weekly programming)
7 Day Weekly Program
(Use this to set up timing elements to fully open and fully close the shutter/blind at
required times and days when occupied. See page 14). Utilises ‘Setting’ above
Holiday Mode Weekly Program
(Use this to set up timing elements to fully open and fully close the shutter/blind at
required times and days when unoccupied. See page 14). Utilises ‘Setting’ above
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Detectors
This menu will display the contact status for each detector programmed.
The screen is for observation only and offers no control facility.
Press
to return to the home screen or
to step back one screen to the main menu.
Status
(This will indicate green for OPEN contact & red for CLOSED contact)
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Quick Control
With the ‘quick control’ (scene) settings set up via the installation manual with the various actuators assigned. Each ‘quick
control’ can then be instigated by pressing the button ‘Activate’.
The ‘Deactivate’ button will produce the opposite effect, e.g. If activate turns a light on, deactivate will turn it off etc.
Press
to return to the home screen or
to step back one screen to select a different device.
Activate
(Instigate the programmed actuators and settings)
Deactivate
(Reverse the activate sequence. Any dimmed circuits will only be ON (100%) or
OFF (0%))
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Setting Weekly/Daily Program
Two sets of times can be programmed, the 7 day normal mode program can be set up for when the property is occupied and
the holiday mode program can be set up for when the property is unoccupied.
Each day can be allocated up to 5 timed programs (5 x ON, 5 x OFF) which can be used for switching, dimming and
shutters/blinds. Shown below is an example of how to set up a weekly program for switching & dimming circuits.
Setting time
programs
Accessing different
views
Having entered the weekly
program function for
the required ‘switching’
location/circuit you arrive at
this screen.
Select the day and times
and then press OK.
Repeat the process for
additional programs.
Press “Daily Overview” to
see the timed programs for
each day.
Press the “Weekly
Overview” to see the timed
programs over the whole
week.
Daily Overview
Press the check box for the
day you wish to view.
The allocated time settings
will be listed.
Settings for each day can
be deleted as required.
Weekly Overview
Weekly view allows you
to see the whole week’s
settings.
The whole week’s settings
can be deleted by pressing
the
button.
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Setting Weekly/Daily Program
Up to 5 timed programs can be set for each day for shutters/blinds in both 7 day normal mode and holiday mode.
Shown below is an example of how to set up the weekly program.
Make sure that your timings have been set up correctly to open and close your blinds as desired
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Setting time
programs
Accessing different
views
Having entered the weekly
program function for the
required ‘blind’ location/
circuit you arrive at this
screen.
Select the day and times
for up/down and press OK.
Repeat the process for
additional programs.
Press “Daily Overview” to
see the timed programs for
each day.
Press the “Weekly
Overview” to see the timed
programs over the whole
week.
Daily Overview
Press the check box for the
day you wish to view.
The allocated time settings
will be listed.
Settings for each day can
be deleted as required.
Weekly Overview
Weekly view allows you
to see the whole week’s
settings.
The whole week’s settings
can be deleted by pressing
the
button.
Notes
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