EnOcean Starter Kit ESK 300, ESK 300C, ESK 300U

EnOcean Starter Kit ESK 300, ESK 300C, ESK 300U
ESK 300 (868MHz)
ESK 300C (315MHz)
ESK 300U (902MHz)
EnOcean Starter Kit
ESK 300 / ESK 300C / ESK 300U
User Manual
Important Notes
This information describes the type of component and shall not be considered as assured characteristics.
No responsibility is assumed for possible omissions or inaccuracies. Circuitry and specifications are
subject to change without notice. For the latest product specifications, refer to the EnOcean website:
http://www.enocean.com.
As far as patents or other rights of third parties are concerned, liability is only assumed for modules, not
for the described applications, processes and circuits. EnOcean does not assume responsibility for use of
modules described and limits its liability to the replacement of modules determined to be defective due
to workmanship. Devices or systems containing RF components must meet the essential requirements
of the local legal authorities. The modules must not be used in any relation with equipment that supports, directly or indirectly, human health or life or with applications that can result in danger for people, animals or real value. Components of the modules are considered and should be disposed of as
hazardous waste. Local government regulations are to be observed.
Packing: Please use the recycling operators known to you. By agreement we will take packing material
back if it is sorted. You must bear the costs of transport. For packing material that is returned to us
unsorted or that we are not obliged to accept, we shall have to invoice you for any costs incurred.
This evaluation kit and its components are intended for use for evaluation, demonstration or
engineering development purposes only. It is not considered to be a finished end product fit for
consumer use. Persons handling this developer kit must have electronics expertise and observe good
engineering practice standards. As such, the goods being provided are not intended to be complete in
terms of required design, marketing, and/or manufacturing related protective considerations, including
product safety and environmental measures typically found in end products that incorporate such
electronic components or circuit board. EnOcean does not reliable consequences for any HW or SW
changes/modifications of the developer board done by the developer.
Important notice for users in Japan: This developer kit is not certified as confirming to technical
regulations of radio law of Japan. If you use this kit in Japan, you are required by Radio Law of Japan to
follow the instructions below with respect to this product: Use this product in a shielded room or any
other test facility as defined in the notification #173 issued by Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications on March 28, 2006, based on sub-section 1.1 of article 6 of the “Rule for Enforcement of Radio
Law of Japan”. Use this kit only after you obtained the license of “Test Radio Station” as provided in
Radio Law of Japan with respect to this product, or use of this product only after you obtained the
technical regulations conformity certification as provided in radio law of Japan with respect to this
product. Do not transfer this product, unless you give the same notice above to the transferee. Please
note that if you could not follow the instructions above, you will be subject to penalties of Radio Law of
Japan.
Observe precautions! Electrostatic sensitive devices!
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1 Introduction
The EnOcean Starter Kit has been designed to
demonstrate EnOcean’s energy harvesting and
ultra low power radio technology. The ESK 300
comes with two electro-mechanical push button
generators for switches and a solar powered temperature sensor. Radio telegrams sent by the selfpowered sensors are received via USB dongle and
visualized in DolphinView Basic PC software.
2 ESK 300 Content
STM 33x
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USB 300
PTM 2xx
USB 300: USB Stick Gateway
PTM 2xx: Self powered push button switch
Rocker:
Rocker for push button switch
STM 33x:
Self-powered temperature sensor
ECO 200:
Push button energy generator
PTM 330:
Push button radio module
ECO 200
PTM 330
Optional housing components
Housing example from SEMD
Housing example from BSC GmbH*)
*) Optional component
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3 First Steps
3.1
DolphinView Basic
 DolphinView Basic visualizes and interprets EnOcean radio telegrams.
It receives messages via the USB 300, shows telegram content and interprets
EnOcean Equipment Profiles (EEP).
PTM 2xx
DolphinView
STM 33x
PTM 330
 Please register for your personal account at: http://www.enocean.com/registration/
 Download DolphinView Basic from EnOcean’s Software download website:
http://www.enocean.com/en/download/
 Execute the DolphinView Basic setup program and follow instructions
 Connect the USB 300 to your PC or notebook
 Execute DolphinView Basic and press the connect button
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3.2
Demonstration of PTM 2xx (EnOcean standard mode)
The push button radio transmitter module enables the implementation of
wireless remote controls without batteries. Key applications are wall-mounted flat rocker
switches with 1 or 2 rockers, as well as handheld remote controls with up to 4 single
push-buttons.
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Radio telegrams will be received via USB 300 and shown by DolphinView
Press rocker to send switch telegram  PTM switch will be shown in node list
Double click on PTM within the node list  PTM will be added to the node list
Select node and press “Set Profile” button to interpret Equipment Profile
Press rocker on I-side (marking on PTM switch) to send “switch on telegram”
Press rocker on O-side (marking on PTM switch) to send “switch off telegram”
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3.3
Demonstration of PTM 215 Security Mode (868MHz only)
The self-powered PTM 215 switch (only available at 868MHz) comes with implemented
security feature. PTM telegram contains a rolling code to prevent copying. PTM 215
supports normal mode and secure mode. In order to use the secure mode you need a
transceiver firmware with encryption firmware (e.g. TCM 320) or latest PC SW DolphinView with USB 300 DB or higher to evaluate and view telegrams.
 Use USB 300 (stepcode DB or higher) to receive secure telegrams
 Start DolphinView and connect to USB 300
 Press both contact nipples (1) and energy bow (2) at the same as illustrated below
 PTM will send a learn and synchronisation telegram to the receiver
 Received (telegram log) and interpreted telegram (EEP view) will be shown
 Additional documentation is available at:
www.enocean.com/en/security-specification/ and http://www.enocean.com/en/enocean_modules/ptm-215/
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Remark: The device can be switched from normal mode to secure mode by simultaneously pressing
both contact nipples and actuating the energy bow. It can be switched from secure mode to normal
mode by simultaneously pressing all four contact nipples and actuating the energy bow. Before changing
the operating mode make sure to clear the device from all learned receivers, otherwise receivers will
ignore the telegrams and the application will not work.
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3.4
ECO 200 & PTM 330 – Push Button Generator & Radio Module
The ECO 200 is an energy converter for linear motion. It can be used to power the
PTM 330 radio module. The energy output at every actuation is sufficient to transmit 3
sub-telegrams with a free field range of 300m. Possible applications are miniaturized
switches and sensors in building technology and industrial automation.
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Radio telegrams will be received via USB 300 and shown by DolphinView Basic
Press spring to send telegram -> PTM 330 will be shown in the node list
Select node and press “Set Profile” button to interpret Equipment Profile
Press spring to send telegram “Energy Bow: pressed”
Pull spring to send telegram “Energy Bow: release”
Remark: In order to send EnOcean standard radio telegrams according to the EEP specification, you
need to set the right contact pins on PTM 330. Without doing this PTM 330 can’t control a standard
receiver/actuator. For details see PTM 330 user manual.
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3.5
STM 33x – Self-powered Temperature Sensor
The STM33x is a solar powered module that is optimised for wireless, maintenance-free
temperature sensors and room operating panels. It can be extended with a plug’n play
humidity sensor.
 Radio telegrams will be received via USB 300 and shown by DolphinView Basic
 Turn the STM 33x with solar cell faced up to harvest energy,
indoor light will be sufficient
 Manually configure*) DolphinView Basic with following EnOcean Equipment Profile
values and press “Set Profile” button:
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RORG: 0x0A5 4BS Telegram
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FUNC: 0x02 Temperature Sensor
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TYPE: 0x05 Temperature Sensor Range 0°C to +40°C
 Press the button to send sensor telegram
 The STM 33x sends temperature values every ~1.000s (during darkness for ~100h)
*) OEM manufacturer can enable EnOcean automatic learn procedure by configuring the sensor type
and manufacturer ID of STM 33x. Developers can do this by using EDK 350.
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Push Button Switch Examples (Optional)
Depending on your location the ESK 300 will be delivered with housing examples for
the PTM 330 and the ECO 200. This demonstrates how EnOcean’s energy harvesting and
ultra low power radio technology can be implemented within various environments.
Switch frame from the company SEMD
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Clip ECO 200 into SEMD plastic frame
Clip PTM 330 on top of ECO 200
Push tongue to send telegrams
If you are interested in developing
switches with SEMD please call:
+49 9302 9899990
Switch housing from company BSC GmbH (optional)
 Clip PTM 330 and antenna into upper part
 Clip ECO 200 with spring inside the gap of the
arm into bottom part
 Put four spacers into the corner of ECO 200
and close housing with screws
 Push arm to send a telegram
 If you are interested in developing
switches with BSC GmbH please call:
+49 6452 91400
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5 References
 Data sheets and user manuals:
868 MHz: http://www.enocean.com/en/enocean_modules/
315 MHz: http://www.enocean.com/en/enocean_modules_315mhz/
902 MHz: http://www.enocean.com/en/enocean_modules_902mhz/
 Software can be found at: www.enocean.com/download
 Additional information: http://www.enocean.com/knowledge-base/
 Technical support: [email protected]
 EnOcean Equipment Profiles: http://www.enocean-alliance.org/eep/
For developing hardware and software with EnOcean technology
we recommend using our developer kits:
868 MHz: http://www.enocean.com/en/enocean_modules/
315 MHz: http://www.enocean.com/en/enocean_modules_315mhz/
902 MHz: http://www.enocean.com/en/enocean_modules_902mhz/
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