FF PCZ-524.3 inst D151109 EN (A4)

FF PCZ-524.3 inst D151109 EN (A4)
F&F Filipowski sp. j.
Konstantynowska 79/81 95-200 Pabianice
tel/fax +48 42 2152383; 2270971 POLAND
http:/www.fif.com.pl e-mail: [email protected]
ASTRONOMICAL PROGRAMMABLE
CONTROL TIMER
single-channel
WARRANTY. The F&F products are
covered by a warranty of the 24 months
from the date of purchase. Effective only
with proof of purchase. Contact your
dealeror directly with us. More
information how to make a compliant can
be found on the website:
www.fif.com.pl/reklamacje
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Do not dispose of this device to a garbage bin with other unsorted waste!
In accordance with the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act
any household electro-waste can be turned in free of charge and in any
quantity to a collection point established for this purpose, as well as to the
store in the event of purchasing new equipment (as per the old for new rule,
regardless of brand). Electro-waste thrown in the garbage bin or abandoned
in the bosom of nature pose a threat to the environment and human health.
PURPOSE
Astronomical timer is used for switching on and off the lightning or other
electrical receivers in accordance to sunset and sunrise.
OPERATION
On the basis of information about the current date and the geographical
coordinates of its location, the astronomical timer automatically sets daily,
scheduled points of lightning switching. The exact time of switch on and off is
determined on the basis of the calculation of the position of the sun relative
to the horizon and allows you to select one of the three control options (the
moment the lights go on and off is set independently):
1. Astronomical sunset and sunrise;
2. Civil twilight/dawn
3. Correction - individual correction of program switch on and off points
by the user: angular or time.
OPERATING MODES AND FUNCTIONS
AUTOMATIC MODE- automatic operation by programmatic points of contact
switching [highlighted icon on the left side of the display].
SEMI-AUTOMATIC MODE - the ability to manually close and open contact
during automatic operation. The change will be effective until the switch
on/off resulting from the automatic mode [flashing symbol on the display
on the left side] PLEASE NOTE! In semi-automatic mode the contact position
is opposite to that which results from the program cycle (which means that
the contact is opened at night and closed during the day). Semi-automatic
operation works only until the end of the current cycle of automatic
operation, for example entering semi-automatic mode during the day will
turn on the lights until the time of the scheduled switch resulting from the
astronomic cycle. Then, the clock returns to automatic operation (and the
light is still switched on until dawn).
MANUAL MODE - [ON] permanently closed contact (position 1-5) or [OFF]
permanently open contact (position 1-6) when the AUTOMATIC MODE is off
[no icon on the left side of the display].
ASTRONOMICAL SUNRISE AND SUNSET - moments when the center of the
solar disk touches the horizon (parameter h =-0.583°). Due to the
simplification of calculations, the deviation of a few minutes in relation to
data designated by "HM Nautical Almanac Office" is acceptable. PLEASE
NOTE! The advantage of setting the point of switch on/off as a function of the
position of the sun disk is that this feature is immune to change of the
duration of the dusk/dawn for the different seasons of the year, so that the
switch on/off occurs always for the same level of brightness.
CIVIL TWILIGHT AND DAWN - including the calendar - the phase of the
sunset, in which the center of the solar disk will be no more than 6 angular
degrees below the horizon (solar disk viewed from Earth has a diameter of
approximately half a degree). During this time brightest stars and planets
(“Evening star”, “first star” on Christmas Eve) appear in the sky (with good air
clarity). Due to the scattering of light in the atmosphere there is still generally
sufficient sunlight for normal operation in the open space without artificial
light sources. Civil dawn (and calendar) - the time before sunrise, when the
center of the solar disk is already higher than 6 ° below the horizon line.
SCHEDULED POINT OF SWITCH ON/OFF - times of contact switching on
(position 1-5) and off (position 1-6) determined based on the selected
control option: astronomical sunrise/sunset or civil twilight/dusk and
location.
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CONFIGURATION - designation of the LOCATION and setting the SCHEDULED
POINTS OF SWITCH ON/.
LOCATION - the geographical coordinates and time zone of a place relatively
close to the place of the timer installation. Locations and time zones of
approx. 1500 cities from 51 countries of the world are defined in the memory
of the device. You can enter your personal settings as geographical location
and time zone (UTC).
COORDINATE CODE - geographical coordinates assigned for specified cities
to help provide the location (cities and their associated codes are shown in
the table).
CORRECTION - acceleration or deceleration of the switch on/off times in
relation to astronomical time points of sunrise and sunset:
± 15 ° - angular correction for the point of switching relative to the position of
the center the sun disk to the horizon;
± 180 min. - time correction for the point of switching as a shift of time
relative to sunrise/sunset.
DST – Daylight Saving Time – international name of summer time (free
translation: the sunlight acquisition time). Disables automatic time changes.
Automatic time change - change from winter to summer time. It can be set to
work with or without automatic change. The controller is equipped with a
function to select the time zone so that the switching time is consistent with
the local time.
DATE PREVIEW - preview of the set date (OK.)
PREVIEW OF THE SCHEDULED POINT OF SWITCH ON/OFF and LOCATIONthe ability to view the current time of switch the contact open and close and
the set locations (geographic coordinates are displayed) and the UTC time
zone (subsequent pressing of the +/- buttons in the date preview mode).
NFC WIRELESS COMMUNICATION - wirelessly read and write timer
configuration from an Android phone equipped with the NFC module.
PCZ Configurator APP - free application for Android mobile phones and
tablets equipped with the NFC module for wireless communication.
Features:
· timer configuration in Offline mode (without the connection with the
timer);
· coordinates settings by selecting the preset location (code coordinates), a
direct indication of the location on a map on your phone or copying the
current position recorded by the GPS in your phone;
· read and write the configuration of the controller;
· quick programming of multiple controllers using a single configuration;
· read and write the configuration from and to a file;
· sharing the configuration via e-mail, Bluetooth, network drives…
· identification of the connected timer and the ability to name individual
devices;
· automatic backups of the configuration. Along with a unique identifier for
each timer, user can easily restore previous configuration;
· set the time and date according to the clock in mobile phone;
The app is available on Google Play!
CLOCK TIME CORRECTION – set monthly adjustment of the seconds of the
system clock.
BATTERY INDICATOR - the controller comes with built-in control system of
the backup timer battery used in case of main power supply failure. If the
battery is low, user will receive information that the battery needs to be
replaced.
LCD BRIGHTNESS ADJUSTMENT - change the contrast of the display to get a
clear LCD read-out from different viewing angles.
RELAY STATE MEMORY - the relay state in manual mode will be remembered
even after power supply failure.
DISPLAY AND CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION
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DATE AND TIME/
CONFIGURATION
MODE INDICATOR/
AUTOMATIC MODE
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OFF
MENU
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DAYS OF THE WEEK
INDICATION OF CONTACT
POSITION
OK
FUNCTION KEYS DESCRIPTION
MENU:
- enter the program menu
- return to the previous position (back).
OK:
- move to the next setting
- accept setting
- preview of the date and the scheduled points of switch on/off and the
location
+ [Plus]:
- change the setting by one position up (+1) for the selected programming
option (holding down the button continuously changes the setting by one
position up in a loop)
- in MANUAL MODE: permanent ON and OFF contact switching
- [Minus]:
- change in the setting by one position down for the selected programming
option (holding down the button continuously changes the setting by one
position down in a loop)
- in MANUAL MODE: permanent ON and OFF contact switching
PROGRAMMING
1. START
1.1 Connect the power supply.
1.2 The timer will start at the root level and the display will show selected
hour.
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In the absence of any program entries, timer will automatically run in manual
mode. If the previous entries are present, timer will execute the program.
1.3 Set individual timer program with internal configuration menu or by using
the "PCZ Configurator" app for mobile devices.
2. DATE
Press MENU. The timer will enter program menu. Using the +/- buttons
select the date setting mode "date".
Confirm with OK. Timer will show settings for the next parameters: year,
month, and day. Use the +/- keys to set the parameters; move to the next
parameter with the OK button. Go back to the previous item by pressing
MENU.
Press OK to accept date setting. The timer will automatically exit from the
date setting mode and go to the program menu.
The date setting is tantamount to time determination: winter or summer.
In Poland, the time change from winter to summer is done automatically at
night, on the last Sunday of March at 2.00 AM (by adding one hour to the
current time). Time change from summer to winter is done automatically at
night, on the last Sunday of October at 3.00 AM (by subtracting one hour
from the current time).
PLEASE NOTE!
The automatic time change can be turned off (see section 5.1).
3. HOUR
Press MENU. The timer will enter the program menu. Using the +/- buttons
select the mode for time setting "hour".
Press OK to accept time entry. The timer will automatically exit from the date
setting mode and go to the program menu.
4. OPERATION MODE
Press MENU. The timer will enter program menu. Using the +/- buttons select
the mode for time setting "mode".
Press OK to accept. The timer will enter auto operation mode (auto - hand).
Select operation mode using the +/- buttons:
*hand - manual mode;
*auto - automatic mode.
Press OK to accept. The timer will automatically exit from the date setting
mode and go to the program menu. Pressing MENU again will bring you to
the root level.
PLEASE NOTE! Changes to the contact position in MANUAL OPERATION
mode are done using the +/- buttons at the root level. In the absence of
program entries the timer automatically switches to MANUAL OPERATION
mode (there is no way to set the AUTOMATIC OPERATION mode).
5. LOCATION
Press MENU. The timer will enter program menu. Using the +/- buttons select
the mode for time setting "locate".
Press OK to accept. The timer will enter to the location settings menu (list user). Select mode using the +/- buttons:
* list - select location from the list of coordinate codes;
*user - manual setting of the user geographical position.
Press OK to accept.
5.1 Coordinate codes
Check the table of coordinate codes located at the diagram of programming.
Find the country and the city closest to your location and the corresponding
code. Full list of codes for the remaining 50 countries is available on our
website www.fif.com.pl
The timer will enter country selection menu. Using the +/- buttons select the
country. Accept by pressing OK. The timer will enter the coordinate code
selection. Using the +/- buttons select desired code from the list. Press OK.
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The timer will automatically go to the location settings menu. Pressing the
MENU button will move you to a higher level.
5.2 The geographical coordinates of the user
The timer will enter the geographical coordinates and time zone setting
mode. The timer will automatically set latitude (north N or south S). Latitude
marking:
- North
- South
Set the degrees using the +/- buttons. Accept by pressing OK. Then select the
minutes. Accept by pressing OK.
Mo - Monday; Tu - Tuesday; We - Wednesday; Th - Thursday; Fr - Friday;
Sa - Saturday; Su - Sunday.
Timer will show settings for the next parameters: hour and minutes. Set the
parameters with the +/- buttons. Move to the next parameter with the OK
button. Go back to the previous item by pressing MENU.
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The timer will enter the longitude setting mode (east E or west W). Longitude
marking:
- East
- West
Set the degrees using the +/- buttons. Accept by pressing OK. Then select the
minutes. Accept by pressing OK.
The timer will enter the time zone (t) setting mode. Time zone for Poland +1.
Set the time zone using the +/- buttons. Large digits indicate hours, the small
digits - minutes. Single pressing of the button moves the zone by 30 minutes.
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Press OK to accept. The timer will automatically enter the root menu.
Pressing MENU will move to a higher level.
Select the switching option using +/- buttons. Accept by pressing OK.
If you select "user", set compensation in accordance with section 6.3.
6.3 SETTING THE TIME CORRECTION
The setting for the "user" switching.
Select "user". Accept by pressing OK. The timer will enter the angular or time
offset selection mode (o - ti).
Select option using +/- buttons:
*ti - time offset
*o - angular offset
Accept by pressing OK. The timer will enter the correction value setting
mode. Set the value using +/- buttons:
± 15 ° - for the point of switching relative to the position of the center of the
sun disk to the horizon. "Plus" value speeds up the switching, "minus" value
delays switching.
± 180 min. - time correction for the point of switching as a shift of time
relative to sunrise/sunset. "Plus" value speeds up the switching, "minus"
value delays switching.
6. SCHEDULED POINTS OF SWITCH ON/OFF
6.1 SWITCH [ON] - sunset
Press MENU. The timer will enter program menu. Using the +/- buttons select
the mode for time setting "on".
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Confirm by pressing OK. The timer automatically exits the correction setting
function and enters the program menu. Pressing MENU will bring you to the
main level.
Press OK to accept. The timer will enter to the switch option selection (tlight sunset - user).
Select mode using the +/- buttons:
*tlight - civil twilight;
*sunset - astronomical sunset
*user - time correction setting - accelerating or delaying the switching time in
relation to the time point of astronomical sunset:
± 15 ° - for the point of switching relative to the position of the center of the
sun disk to the horizon. "Plus" value speeds up the switching, "minus" value
delays switching.
± 180 min. - time correction for the point of switching as a shift of time
relative to sunrise/sunset. "Plus" value speeds up the switching, "minus"
value delays switching.
Select the switching option using +/- buttons. Accept by pressing OK.
If you select "user", set compensation in accordance with section 6.3.
6.2 SWITCH [OFF] - sunrise
Press MENU. The timer will enter program menu. Using the +/- buttons select
the mode for time setting "off".
7. SYSTEM SETTINGS
Press MENU. The timer will enter the program menu. Using the +/- keys
select system settings "syst".
Confirm by pressing OK. The timer will enter the system settings submenu
(dst - utc - batt - cal - lcd - clear - info). Select the parameter with the +/- keys
and confirm with OK.
Pressing MENU will take you to the upper level.
7.1 Automatic time change - dst
DST – Daylight Saving Time – international name of summer time.
Confirm by pressing OK. The timer will enter the menu with the option to
disable automatic time change (auto-off). With +/- keys select desired mode:
*with AUTOMATIC TIME CHANGE – "auto"
*without AUTOMATIC TIME CHANGE – "off"
7.3 System clock time adjustment - cal
Time adjustment is the number of seconds by which the system clock is
adjusted per month. Setting range: +/- 300 seconds.
For example: If the clock is fast 4 seconds per month, set the parameter value
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Confirm by pressing OK. The timer will display current parameter of time
adjustment. Press +/- keys to set desired number of seconds. Confirm by
pressing OK.
Detailed instructions with pictures and videos can be found on the website
www.fif.com.pl on the subpage of the timer. Battery type: 2032 (lithium).
Err 1 - Err 1 - indication of error of internal timer of the PCZ. It may be caused
by external interference or configuration error, it may also indicate that the
controller has been damaged. Turn off the timer power supply, wait for
approximately 10 seconds and turn the power supply back on. If the error
persists, contact the service department.
BATTERY REPLACEMENT
User can single-handedly replace the battery. Detailed instructions with
pictures and videos can be found on the website www.fif.com.pl on the
subpage of the timer. Battery type: 2032 (lithium).
7.4 Display contrast - lcd
Setting the display contrast. Range: -3 (lowest) ... + 3 (highest).
SPECIFICATIONS
Confirm by pressing OK. The timer will display the current contrast
parameter. Using +/– select contrast parameter. Confirm OK.
7.5 System information - info
Confirm by pressing OK. The timer will display information menu. Use the +/keys to browse the information:
* timer type
* software version
PREVIEW OF THE SETTINGS AND THE SCHEDULED POINTS
OF SWITCH ON/OFF
At the root level of the timer (showing the current time), press OK button.
Current date (day-month-year) will be displayed. Subsequent pressings of
the + button show the scheduled switch on time, scheduled switch off time,
set latitude, set longitude and set time zone.
power input
current load
contact
up time of the clock
battery type
up time of the display operation
the accuracy of the clock
time error
power consumption
working temperature
terminal
tightening torque
dimensions
mounting
ingress protection
INSTALLATION
1. Turn off the power.
2. Mount the timer on the TH rail in the distribution box.
3. Connect wires according to the diagram.
4. Connect receivers according to the diagram.
5. Set the correct date (see section 2) and time (see section 3).
6. Set individual switch-on time program for receivers.
IN/OUT DESCRIPTION
AC/DC
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PLEASE NOTE! Information about polar day and polar night may be displayed
instead of the times of switch on and off for some locations.
24÷264V AC/DC
<16A
separated 1NO/NC
6 years
2032 (lithium)
no information
1s
±1s/24h
1.5W
-20÷50°C
2
2.5mm screw terminals
0.4Nm
2 modules (35mm)
on TH-35 rail
IP20
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3-4
1
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timer power supply
COM contact input
NO contact output
- "standard open" position
NC contact output
- "standard closed" position
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CONNECTION SCHEME
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Press OK to accept. The timer will enter to the switch option selection (tlight sunset - user).
Pday - polar day - off for the whole 24 hours
Pnight - on for the whole 24 hours
7.2 Battery charge indicator – batt
MESSAGES
In special cases the current time display (main level) can be interrupted by
informational messages:
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Select mode using the +/- buttons:
*tlight - civil dawn;
*sunris - astronomical sunrise
*user - time correction setting - accelerating or delaying the switching time in
relation to the time point of astronomical sunrise:
± 15 ° - for the point of switching relative to the position of the center of the
sun disk to the horizon. "Plus" value speeds up the switching, "minus" value
delays switching.
± 180 min. - time correction for the point of switching as a shift of time
relative to sunrise/sunset. "Plus" value speeds up the switching, "minus"
value delays switching.
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Confirm by pressing OK. The clock will display information about battery
charge level.
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OFF
HIGH - fully charged, new battery.
GOOD - in good condition, provides long-term operation.
LOW - low battery level, recommended replacement.
EMPTY - discharged, it must be replaced immediately.
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Low batt - too low level of the battery that supports the operation of the
timer after a power failure. In this case it is recommended to replace the
battery. PLEASE NOTE! Low battery does not preclude normal operation of
the timer. However, in case of a timer power failure it may lead to loss of date
and time settings. PLEASE NOTE: All settings except time and date are stored
in non-volatile memory and are not lost when the power is off or the battery
level is too battery. User can single-handedly replace the batteries.
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Programming scheme
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
SWITCHING OFF
SWITCHING ON
LOCATION
OPERATION MODE
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MENU
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MENU
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MENU
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RESET
CONTRAST
TIME CORRECTION
BATTERY
INDICATOR
TIME CHANGE
SUMMER/WINTER
TIME CORRECTION
ASTRONOMICAL
SUNRISE
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CIVIL DAWN
TIME CORRECTION
ASTRONOMICAL
TWILIGHT
CIVIL
TWILIGHT
USER
LOCATION
LOCATION CODES LIST
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LATITUDE:
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DAY
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DISCHARGED
LOW
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HIGH
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CONTRAST
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LATITUDE:
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Err 1 - indication of error of internal timer of the PCZ. It may be
caused by external interference or configuration error, it may
also indicate that the controller has been damaged. Turn off the
timer power supply, wait for approximately 10 seconds and turn
the power supply back on. If the error persists, contact the
service department.
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Albania
Armenia
Austria
Azerbaijan
Belgium
Bulgaria
Bosnia and Hercegovina
Belarus
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Switzerland
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Danmark
Germany
Spain
Estonia
Finland
France
Great Britain
Georgia
Greece
Croatia
Hungary
Ireland
Iceland
Italy
Lichtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Latvia
Macedonia
Monaco
Moldova
Malta
Mongolia
Holland
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russia
San Marino
Serbia
Slovakia
Slovenia
Sweden
Tajikistan
Turkmenistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Table location codes:
The list of locations (cities) for
the following countries
available on subpage:
http://www.fif.com.pl/product
/24/309
Low batt - too low level of the battery that supports the operation of the timer after a
power failure. In this case it is recommended to replace the battery. PLEASE NOTE! Low
battery does not preclude normal operation of the timer. However, in case of a timer
power failure it may lead to loss of date and time settings. PLEASE NOTE: All settings
except time and date are stored in non-volatile memory and are not lost when the
power is off or the battery level is too battery. User can single-handedly replace the
batteries. Detailed instructions with pictures and videos can be found on the website
www.fif.com.pl on the subpage of the timer. Battery type: 2032 (lithium).
COUNTRY
TIME ZONE
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TIME CORRECTION
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ANGLE
LONGITUDE:
MINUTES
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RESET SYSTEM
SETTINGS
DEVICE TYPE
CONTRAST
CODE
LATITUDE:
MINUTES
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MENU
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OK
MENU
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OK
TIME CORRECTION
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SHIFT
TIME
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In MANUAL operation mode
the contact is switched on the
main level.
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MESSAGES
PCZ Configurator App
Main window
1) New configuration – opens window
for creation of a new controller
configuration.
2) Open configuration- opens window
for loading the program configuration
stored as a file in the phone memory.
3) My device - gives access and support
for all backup copies of configurations
assigned to specific devices.
4) Information – application user guide
New configuration
1 ) N e w – c r e a t e s n e w, e m p t y
configuration file (without any
programs).
2) Load from PC – new configuration is
created based on a program saved in the
PCZ controller.
Select this option and bring the phone
closer to the timer to load the program
from the phone to the application.
3) Load from file - new configuration is
created based on a files saved by the
user. Opens a window with a list of files
previously saved by the user.
4) Restore - a new configuration is
created based on a backup copy of one
of the previous configuration. Tapping
this icon opens window with a list of
backups split into controllers in which
they were written. Select a new
configuration option opens another
window.
The function window allows to edit
program as well as to load and save
configuration to a PCZ controller. It
appears automatically when we bring
the phone closer to the controller, or
when we create a new configuration. In
the upper part of the screen the
application displays a frame with
following information:
Dev – supported controller type
ID – unique identifier of connected
controller (appears only when the
application is connected with the
controller. In the Offline mode that field
remains empty). Icon of a pencil on the
right-hand side allows you to enter your
o w n n a m e fo r t h e c o n t ro l l e r.
Operating mode – displays the current
operating mode for the controller
(manual or automatic). Applies only to
operating in Online Out mode – Output
relay status (enabled or disabled).
Applies only in Online mode.
Keys:
1) Read the timer configuration.
2) Save the current configuration to the
timer.
3) Load configuration from file.
4) Save the current configuration to file.
5) Restore configuration from backup
copies.
6) Edit the current configuration.
Configuration - setting the scheduled
points of lightning on and off switching:
- astronomical twilight and sunset
- civil twilight and sunset
- user settings - correction for astronomical sunrise and sunset: acceleration or
delay of the on/off switching times in
relation to astrono-mical points.
The three icons at the bottom of the
screen allow you to:
Save to file – saves the current configuration to a file
Save to PCZ – saves the configuration to
a timer
Back – return to a function window
In case of a going back to the function
window the current configuration is
constantly stored in the application
memory.
Settings
Info tab. Displays data from the timer:
software version, date of manufacture,
channel status (on/off).
Timer system settings: operation modes
for each channel (auto/manual),
contrast, time correction, current date.
Location: city list
Selecting a city relatively close to the
place of installation of the timer.
Locations and time zones of approx.
1500 cities from 51 countries of the
world are defined in the memory.
Location: GPS
Entering custom settings as a geographical location and time zone (UTC)
using the GPS location of the user's
phone.
Aplication available on:
Edit
Editing window allows you to edit
current configuration (new, loaded from
file or from PCZ).
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