Instruction Manual (Site 1/2) Time switch (weekly or yearly program)

Instruction Manual (Site 1/2) Time switch (weekly or yearly program)
Instruction Manual (Site 1/2)
GB
Time switch (weekly or yearly program)
SC 28.19 pro / SC 88.X0 pro / SC 98.X0 pro
Directory
Connection diagram
35mm (1 channel)
Yearly time switch
70mm (1 channel - 4 channels)
Weekly or yearly time switch
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172 419 pro / 179 4X0 pro / 179 6X0 pro
1. Safety instructions
1. Safety instructions
2. Initial operation
3. DCF (Installation DCF-receiver)
4. Menu overview
5. Symbol legend
channel = Connection A
6. Key function
channels = Connection A,B
7. Handling advice
channels = Connection A,B,C
8. Channel ON OFF / Permanent P
channels = Connection A,B,C,D 9. Programming menu
10. Standard weekly program
11. Example of a standard weekly
switching time
12. Cycle
13. Cycle options
14. Pulse
15. Priority of the switching programs
16. Special program entry
17. Special program activation
18. Extra switching time
19. Permanentprogram
20. External Input
21. Switchoff warning
22. Channel keys
23. Additional adjustments
24. Program modify
25. Data-key
2. Initial operation
!
The installation and assembly of electrical equipment must be only carried out only
by a skilled Person! Otherwise fire danger or danger of an electric shock exists!
!
Connect the supply voltage/frequency as stated on the product label!
!
Warranty void if housing opened by unauthorised person!
!
The electronic circuit is protected against a wide range of external influences.
Incorrect operating may occur if external influences exceed certain limits!
3. DCF (Installation of the DCF-antenna FU 20)
ƒ The time switch is delivered in sleep-mode, the display is switched off. The time switch can process the DCF signal.
The antenna FU 20 is not included in delivery of the time switch.
ƒ Press -button for 1 second.
current date and time is already programmed and European
ƒ Disconnect power supply voltage
ƒ The
daylight savings time is activated.
ƒ Connect the antenna as indicated by the connection diagram
Select
the
desired
language
by
pressing
-buttons
and
confirm
it
by
ƒ pressing . (Remark: By pressing you move one step backwards ƒ Connect supply voltage
ƒ Antenna symbol (LCD) flashes for approx. 3 minutes
from the current position)
Reception is not possible if severe interference is present
date, time and daylight savings time mode can be adjusted
(Permanent flashing of the symbol / The oscillating crystal is used as time base)
ƒ Ifalsorequired,
by pressing
-buttons and a subsequent confirmation with .
Defective wire between antenna and time switch
(No antenna symbol visible / The oscillating crystal is used as time base)
4. Menu overview
5. Symbol legend
Channel is switched ON
Channel is switched OFF
For the current date the “holiday program” / “permanent by date” is activated
Standard programming step
Current state is based on a manual over-ride. The state will be cancelled with the next
programming step
Current state is based on a manual over-ride. The state is permanent until terminated manually
I
Z
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e
F
X
D
1. To access the Enter-mode (program, adjustments, options) from the automatic-mode.
2. To revert to the beginning of the current (sub-) menu.
1. To adjust the flashing digit.
2. To scroll through a choice
1. Automatic-mode: To switch the channel ON or OFF until the next programming step occurs.
2. Automatic-mode: A push longer than 3 sec. = Permanent switching status (7).
1. To activate the time switch when operated without power supply.
2. To confirm the selection or the entered data.
the current (sub-) menu.
Current state is based on a switching time with cycle function
Weekday function: Switching time is entered by date but is shifted for future years in respect of
the weekday (E.g. Tuesday this year... Tuesday next year).
Is displayed if the corresponding channel is activated by the external input.
Switching function / switching time with Easter function: The switching function takes into account
the yearly shift of Easter holiday for future years and changes the date of the switching program
accordingly.
1x-Function active: The switching time will be executed only once.
DCF: The time switch receives the signal for the DCF -77 time standard
The time switch is locked; to unlock the device the PIN has to be entered
8. Channel ON OFF / Permanent P
Channel ON OFF
time switch is programmable without external power supply
ƒ The
after pressing the -button.
pushing
-buttons a manual switch of the channels
To
revert
ƒ . one step or one level back while in the Enter-Mode press By
take place. The resulting switching status is marked with
the
hand-symbol
and remains until the next programming
completion of a (sub-) menu confirming end will return the
ƒ After
step occurs. (temporary over-ride)
device into the automatic-mode.
the choice changes from end to continue. By
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confirming continue the time switch returns to the beginning of Permanent switching status P
confirming end before completion, the time switch returns
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to the automatic-mode without saving the entered data.
Current state is based on a switching time with pulse function
Element within sub-menu “program delete”
6. Key function
7. Handling advice
Days of the week Monday, Tuesday, ... Sunday;
The underscores indicate if the program is active for the days above
9. Programming menu
for
By pressing the corresponding channel button
more than 3 sec. the channel is permanently switched ON
or OFF. The status remains until the next manual switching
occurs (> 3 sec.). (permanent over-ride)
*within yearly time switches
10. Standard weekly program
11. Example for the programming of STANDARD switching times (ON and OFF)
A. If you want to program a standard weekly switching time ( on, off) confirm Standard with
.
B. For regular switching times choose on or off with
-buttons and confirm with .
C. Within this level you activate the days of the week (1…7) on which the switching time should happen.
you activate “yes” or deactivate “no” the corresponding date. Confirm each day with .
With
D. Adjustment of the time: Hours
and . Minutes
and .
E. Verify the entered switching time: If the flashing summary of the programming step is correct, verify on
.
or off with . After verification you have the choice between edit/delete and end with
F. If you want to proceed with programming, confirm next switching with .
To leave the programming menu confirm end.
Information: You can easily transfer switching times from one channel to the other if you use the
copy function.
**The cycle function will only be available if it is activated (point 13)
12. Cycle
Standard weekly program:
13. Cycle options
Options -> Cycle -> Cycle 1 - 4 -> …
Program -> new program -> channel A/B/C/D -> Standard -> …
You have the possibility to define 4 different Cycles. For these purposes choose menu Options and sub-menu Cycle. The different
cycles can be activated, defined or deactivated (the max. value for pulse or pause is 9:59:59 h:mm:ss):
Special (weekly) program (to be activated by date for the yearly function):
Choose menu Options and sub-menu Cycle and confirm with .
Program -> new program -> channel A/B/C/D -> Special-program -> SP-entry -> program-number -> …
Select with
-buttons one out of the 4 cycles ( Cycle 1 – Cycle 4) and confirm with .
For the cycle function it is possibile to enter a periodic switching time. The time switch acts as a recycling timer and
Activate the cycle by changing No to Yes with
-buttons and subsequent confirming with .
switches between pulse (ON) and pause (OFF). The max. value for pulse and pause is 9:59:59 h:mm:ss.
Define duration of the pulse „on-time“ (
-> …).
If you haven’t defined and activated a cycle, the cycle function will not be available as switching time. Therefore you
have to activate and define at least one of the four cycles within menu Options and sub-menu Cycle (point 13).
Define duration of the pause „off time“ (
-> …).
The cycle switching time will be terminated by another switching time ( on, off, pulse) or by another cycle switching
Confirm End with .
time.
The cycle is now offered within the programming menu.
Further applications of the cycle function in combination with: External Input function and/or Channel keys function.
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14. Pulse
Standard weekly program:
Program -> new program -> channel A/B/C/D -> Standard -> …
Special (weekly) program (to be activated by date for the yearly function):
Program -> new program -> channel A/B/C/D -> Special-program -> SP-entry -> program-number -> …
The pulse function provides you the opportunity of programming a switching time with a defined duration.
As soon as the pulse-duration has expired the time switch switches OFF automatically (the duration of the pulse is up to
59:59 mm:ss).
15. Priorities of the switching programs
Standard switching times, Special programs, Extra switching times and Permanent by date are executed according to their
corresponding priority (by channel and date)
All switching programs except Extra switching times, suspend all other switching programs with lower priority:
highest priority
Ö
manual over-ride Permanent (3 sec. push)
×
Ö
Permanent by date
×
Ö
Extra switching time
(yearly time switch)
×
Ö
Special program 10 by date (yearly time switch)
×
Ö
Special program ... by date
(yearly time switch)
×
Ö
Special program 01 by date (yearly time switch)
lowest priority
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Standard weekly program
BA SC2819-SC88-SC98-pro MP; DE, GB - 22476 - 2008.05-03
Instruction Manual (Site 2/2)
GB
Time switch (weekly or yearly program)
SC 28.19 pro / SC 88.X0 pro / SC 98.X0 pro
172 419 pro / 179 4X0 pro / 179 6X0 pro
16.Special program Entry (within yearly time switches)
The yearly function of the switch is realised by special (weekly) programs which can be called up by date. Up to 10
special (weekly) programs can be entered ( Program-Number 01 –> Program-Number 10).
Execution of the Special program only after activation by date (SP activation see point 17).
Some rules for the programming of Special programs
Define the program number in which the new step will be an element before a new switching step is entered.
(Program-number 01 – Program-number 10)
The number of switching times which can be programmed in each special program is only limited by the total number
of free memory locations:
(SP on, SP off, SP cycle, SP pulse)
The dates of the year during which the special program should be applied can be entered within the activation menu
(point 17)
Each special program can be activated as often as there are memory locations are available (point 17)
During the activation dates of special programs only switching steps of the special program with highest priority will
be executed. Remaining special and standard programs are disabled.
Please note the priorities of the different switching programs (point 15)
Information: You can easily transfer switching times from one channel to the other if you use the copy function.
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** The cycle function will only be offered if it is activated (point 13)
17. Special program activation by date (within yearly time switches)
A special program will only be executed if it is activated (and if it has the highest priority of all active
switching programs (point 15)). Special programs can be activated as often as free memory locations are
available. You can choose the special program (Program-Number), the dates for activation (Startdate until End-date) and additionally following options:
special function: Special program will be applied each year fixed to the entered
ƒ Without
dates
With
Easter
The time switch takes into account the yearly shift for Easter holiday for
ƒ the following yearsfunction:
and corrects the activation dates. (For programs relative to Easter, Pentecost
Carnival, Ascension,...)
ƒ With 1xfunction: Special program will be applied only once.
Information: You can easily transfer switching times from one channel to the other if you use the
copy function.
18. Extra switching time (within yearly time switches)
19. Permanent program
Program -> new program -> channel A/B/C/D -> Extra switching time -> …
Program -> new program -> channel A/B/C/D -> permanent -> …
These programming steps are single switching times by date. Extra switching times do not disable switching programs with lower priority.
The permanent by date program (holiday program) is a permanently on or off status of the channel for the
programmed dates. The number of switching times is only limited by the total number of free memory
locations. Adjust channel, switching function and the duration by date. The following options are additionally
available for the permanent by date program:
Adjust the switching function ( AT on, AT off, AT cycle, AT pulse) and the date on which the extra switching time will be executed. The
following options are additionally available for the Extra switching time:
Without special function: The switching time will be applied each year fixed to the entered date.
With weekday function: The switching date takes into account the yearly shift of the weekday of the month.
(E.g.: The switching date is always the second Saturday in February for the current and the following years)
With 1xFunction: The switching time will be applied only once.
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ƒ Without special function: The program will be applied each year fixed to the entered dates.
Easter function: The time switch takes into account the yearly shift for Easter holiday for
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following years and corrects the activation dates. (For programs relative to Easter, Pentecost Carnival,
Ascension,...).
ƒ With 1xfunction: The Program will be applied only once.
20. External Input (within 70 mm time switches)
21. Switchoff warning
Options -> Input-> …
Options -> Switchoff warning -> …
The external input can be connected to a switched contact such as a push-button or light switch. Therefore you can activate and de-activate functions from a remote
location or automatically from a control system:
Connection external inputs:
Connect the voltage/frequency as stated on the product label!
External input 1: A switch or pushbutton can be connected to EXT 1: Terminal 6 (Voltage EXT 1 = Supply voltage of the time switch)
External input 2: A potential free switch or pushbutton can be connected to EXT 2: Terminals 13 u. 14 (potential free = 0V)
Within menu Options and submenu Switchoff warning the early warning
switch off function can be activated and deactivated:
Warning No: The function remains inactive.
Warning Yes: The function is activated and the switch off is signalled in
advance (For illumination purposes the warning is signalled by the flashing of the
light according DIN 18015-2 = warning to avoid sudden darkness).
An activated warning affects all channels and all OFF switching times
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Functional options of the „external input“:
Within menu Options and submenu Input you have to define if a switch or a push-button-signal will be applied to the external input. Furthermore you can choose the
channel(s) which react to the external signal:
Using the
-buttons select if you are connecting a pushbutton or a switch and confirm by pressing .
Select the channel(s) which will be controlled by the external signal with the
buttons (channel … yes) and confirm by pressing . Channels which should not
be controlled by the external signal remain deactivated, confirm channel … no then press to confirm
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Define a response function within menu Options and submenu Channel-keys. This function will be performed by the output channel when the external input is
activated!
The pre-defined (default) setting is the standard ‘ Change function’ which changes the switching status from ON to OFF and vice versa.
22. Channel keys
Options -> channel-keys -> …
Overview „channel-keys“ functions:
If you have assigned a specific response function to a channel, this switching function will occur if you push the channel-button on the front plate of the time
switch (or if the external input for this channel is activated and a signal is applied to the input). For each channel one out of the following functions can be
defined:
These response functions will only be carried out when using the channel-keys
of the time
Change function (default setting): By pressing the channel key (or optionally using the external input) the switching status changes from ON to OFF or
switch (manual over-ride) or optionally when activating the channel with the external input. Thus,
OFF to ON. This corresponds to a standard manual over-ride of the channel.
a programmed switching time will be executed as usual, independent of the settings within this
Timer function: By pressing the channel key (or optionally using the external input) the Timer starts and the corresponding channel switches ON. After
channel-key-menu.
the expiry of the Timer-time the channel switches OFF. If the channel receives another signal before the expiry of time the time switch reacts as follows:
ƒ After pressing the channel-button = Timer stops and the channel switches OFF.
The correlation between the channel-keys and the channels is as follows:
ƒ Signal on the external input = Timer restarts/ Staircase lighting timer -> Resettable.
channel A => channel key A (push-button “A” of the device) / channel B => channel key B …
Cycle 1 – 4: By pressing the channel key (or optionally using the external input) the cycle function starts. Attention: This function is only available if
the cycle is activated and defined in advance within menu Options and submenu Cycle.
Perm on: By pressing the channel key (or optionally using the external input) the channel switches permanently ON. This status remains active until the
channel key of the device is pressed again.
Perm off: By pressing the channel key (or optionally using the external input) the channel switches permanently OFF. This status remains active until the
channel key of the device is pressed again.
The Change function, Timer function and Cycle functions will be overridden by the regular switching program or by a manual over-ride!!!
Within the Options menu you will find submenu channel-keys. Here you have the
opportunity to assign different response functions to the output channels.
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** The cycle function will only be offered if it is activated (point 13)
23. Additional adjustments
24. Program modify
Menu
Program -> Program modify -> …
Main menu
Program query
Program
Program copy
Program
Program delete
Program
Application
To query the programming steps and remaining memory locations
Copy from one channel to another. Memory of the channel won’t be
overwritten; the copied switching steps appear additionally.
! Permanent by date function is not copied!
Date-Time
Summertime
Language
Adjustment
Adjustment
Adjustment
Deletion of switching time(s). The program for all channels, single
channels and single programming steps within on channel can be
deleted.
Adjustment of date and time
Adjustment of the daylight saving time mode (ON/OFF)
Choice of languages
Factory Defaults
Adjustment
Reset to the state of delivery.
! Date, time and switching program will be lost!
Counter
PIN-Code
Reset-Function
Within Program modify each single switching time can be modified.
Options
Displays the hour counter and pulse counter for each channel and
the time switch itself.
Options
The time switch can be locked with a 4-digit PIN-Code. The code
can be adjusted, activated and deactivated. If you have forgotten
the Code please call customer service.
25. Data-key
With a Data-key following activities are possible:
Save data: Writes the data from the time switch into the memory of the Data-key.
Program timeswitch: Writes the data located inside the Key into the memory.
Key function: The time switch will solely apply programming steps from the Data-key. The
switching program of the time switch is suppressed.
Key readout: To query the switching program of the Data-key.
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Press all front keys for 2 seconds. The time switch is reset. The values for date and
time will be deleted and have to be re-entered. The switching program has not
been deleted!
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