INST ALLA INSTRUCTIONS TION & OPERA

INST ALLA INSTRUCTIONS TION & OPERA
Cat No. TR671/TR672TOP
I N S TA L L AT I O N & O P E R AT I N G
INSTRUCTIONS
SINGLE/TWO CHANNEL
24HR/7 DAY TIMER
TR671/TR672TOP 24Hr/7 Day 1/2
Channel Digital ‘TOP’ Module
(without Power Supply)
Please read the instructions before using the product and retain for
future use.
The TR671/TR672TOP are electronic timer modules for OEM
applications featuring ‘Text Oriented Programming’. Requires a 3V
DC power supply.
Please refer to www.theben.de/downloads/manuals/TERMINA/
TR-671-672-top_GB.pdf for further information.
Overview per day of
the programmed
switching times
5 = Friday
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Display of special functions:
Hand ON/OFF
Permanent ON/OFF
Channel statuses
C1 or C2 are
displayed
alternatively
ON/OFF
Displayed only
whensummer/
winter time
changeover
is activated
Summer time
Winter time
Service voltage OK:
Two flashing dots
Power reserve mode:
Three flashing dots
Selection
e.g.: Auto, Prog,
Man, Abort
,
Current days
of the week
1 = Monday,
2 = Tuesday, ...
Decision No means
continue
The decision Yes
confirms the
selection or
programming
Description
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• 1 or 2-channel digital time switch
• 42/28 memory locations with free formation of day blocks for both channels and
separate programming of On and Off times.
• 32/21 memory locations with free formation of day blocks for both channels and
separate programming of On and Off pulse switching times. Pulse length
adjustable from 1 - 59 seconds. Or
• 16/10 memory locations for programming cyclic switching times on channel 1 or 2.
Pulse and pause times can be adjusted from 1 second up to 99 minutes and 59 seconds
• Combination of cyclic switching, pulse switching and switching times possible
• Simple operation by means of integrated text line in the LCD display with only
4 keys
• Switching mode preselection for manual On and Off functions without
influencing the automatic program sequence
• Switching status correction by subsequent review of inputs or changing the
clock or switching time
• Continuous ON/OFF switching separate for each channel (maximum priority)
• Fully automatic summer/winter time changeover according to MEZ, GB, USA
or freely programmable changeover regulation, can alternatively be disabled
• Power failure monitor to switch off switching outputs in case of a power failure.
This is indicated by three flashing dots in the display
• Date-related vacation switching mode (OFF) to interrupt the automatic program
separately for each channel
• Random function separately for each channel
• Backlighting
Panel Cutout
(Panel thickness 3mm Max.)
Terminal
Diagram
R 0.5mm
45.5mm
Block
Diagram
39.5mm
First Contact
1. Activate with 3V DC: Select your National language and
then enter the actual date and time.
2. Activate the clock, select the national language: By
pressing the or key select your national language.
Store your selection by pressing the
key.
3. For programming, viewing or deleting:
First of all read the text display.
Menu selection: Select by pressing the
Prog key.
Confirm by pressing
.
By pressing the
key select the desired menu e.g.
New, View or Delete. Confirm your selection by pressing
.
Set or change: by pressing or . Store by presssing
.
To display the switching times: In the menu View, press the
key several times.
3
Selection of National Language
Initial operation
According
to version According
to version
The decision Yes,
confirms the
selection or
programming.
The decision No,
means continue.
Set or amend by
pressing the
or
keys.
RESET (only in case of emergency): If you perform
a RESET of the timer, the individual settings will be
deleted. The programmes switching times remain intact.
Press the RES key with a pointed object for approx. 1 second.
Specifications
Ma n
Operating voltage
4
Ma n
Ma n
VCC
3.0VDC ±10%
NAK
3.0VDC ±10%
Current consumption IVCC
During operating processes appr. 700μA
Automatic return to Auto mode after
appr. 90 secs
Auto-Mode appr.
25μA
Additionally per actuated channel
appr. 30μA
Additionally with NAK=1
appr. 350μA
INAK
appr. 50μA
Time basis
Quartz 32768 Hz
Accuracy
< 1 Sec. per day at 20°C
Shortest switching time 1 minute
Switching precision
accurate to the second
Language group
D - F - GB - I - E - NL
Preset summer/winter time
EU
Configuration
1F 7D 40 2F
Operating temperature -10°C ... 65°C
Switching output C1,C2 Open collector Off
max. 55VDC at 0mA per channel
On
0.2VDC at max. 4mA per channel
ICmax 4mA
Pmax 160mW at 20°C
Connection
5-pole flexible lead, length appr. 125mm, without plug
Backlighting:
VLED+; VLED- IF appr. 14mA (max. 20mA at 25°C)
UF appr. 8V
(e.g. using series resistor)
Connection
2-pole flexible lead, length appr. 90mm, without plug
Switching mat
Colour blue PANTONE 286C, Imprint black RAL 7035
Programming the Switching Time
Switching times for lighting systems, machines, ventilation
systems, alarm systems etc.
Formation of day groups: If the same switching times are active on
several days of the week, they occupy just one memory location 42
memory locations are available, e.g. Monday - Friday 7.30 hrs ON .
Group formation: In answer to the text question Copy, decide by
pressing the
key that the day program should be copied to
another day of the week.
When programming an ON and OFF switching time, e.g. 9 AM, a
switch-off at 9 AM always has priority.
Program review: Following programming the timer makes a program
review back to midnight and then sets the correct switching status.
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Example: Example: Switching on the lighting of a sports hall on Mon.,
Tues., Thurs., Fri. from 7.30h until 12h.
Programming example:
Select PROG by pressing the
key. Store your selection by
pressing the
key. Select NEW by pressing the
or
.
Store your selection by pressing the
key. Select channel C1 or C2
by pressing or . Store your selection by pressing
. Select ON
or OFF by pressing or . Set the hours and minutes by pressing
the
or
key. Store selection by pressing
.
To store one day of the week
only:
Select weekday by pressing
or . Select store by pressing
. Store by pressing
.
To copy to other days of the
week:
Store COPY by pressing
.
Select weekday by pressing
or . Store by pressing
.
To leave out a day of the week,
skip by pressing the
key.
Finally select the STORE display
by pressing . Store your
selection by pressing
.
Permanent ON or OFF Random
or Holiday program
Random ON
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Effect of the random program:
The random program causes the timer
Random OFF
to switch between programmed pairs
of switches (ON and OFF). The random
Example:
on an off times range between approx. Example:
Random finish
Random start
10 mins. and 120 min. The
6.00 h OFF
19.30 h ON
random time always begins with OFF.
Symbol flashes when the random program is effective.
Effect of the holiday program: The holiday program has the effect that
the timer does not switch on the connected consumer unit between the
programmed start and finish (stipulation of year, month, day). Start
and finish of the program is always midnight on the day that is
programmed. Example: 25.3. national holiday. Programming: start
25.3. finish 25.3.
If the holiday program is active, the corresponding channel and
holiday symbol
are displayed flashing on the automatic menu.
Read the text display first of all
In the menu Man, select by
pressing the
or
key the
function manual, permanent,
random or holiday. Confirm your
selection by pressing the
key.
To cancel a function: Select the
function clear. Store your selection
by pressing
.
Via the automatic menu Auto only
Press the two keys
for approx. 1 s.
Manual preselection:
Press keys simultaneously.
Channel C1 or C2 switches
alternately ON or OFF. Symbol
appears.
Manual preselection is corrected
again by the stored program.
Press both keys for
approx. 2 s.
•
Permanent ON
OFF •
Cancellation of manual
preselection/ permanent switching:
Briefly press the keys shown above.
Pulse program
e. g.: for breaktime signals, ventilation systems, flushing
systems, bell controls etc.
Effect of the pulse program:
The pulse time can be set within the range 1 to 59 seconds.
Symbol
flashes as long as the pulse program is active.
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Switch-off delay
Switch-on delay
Example: Switch off at 17.30 h 15 s
Example: Switch-on at 7.00 h 15 s
Program: 7.00 until 17.30 h
and
pulse at 17.30 h
pulse ON, duration 15 s
Program: To switch on from
7.00 until 17.30 h
and
pulse, OFF at 7.00 h
pulse duration 15 s
Day group formation
If the same pulse switching times
are effective on several days of
the week, they occupy one pulse
memory location only, e.g.: Mon.,
Tues.,Wed., Fri., pulse time 7.30 h.
32 memory locations are available
for pulse programming.
Viewing the pulse times
Only possible in the menu
PULSE.
Always read the text display first
of all. You will be provided with
programming help. Confirm your
selection by pressing the
key.
Cycle program
Cyclically recurring time functions within the scope of a timer, e.g.
slow flashing indicator, water treatment, advertisement lighting
Effect of the cycle program:
The clocking and pause times can be set separately. The settable times
are max. 99 minutes and 59 seconds. The cycle program has the effect
that between two programmed times, day of week start and day of
week finish, the cycle program is active. The cycle program always
begins with a switch on. 16 memory locations are available to you.
The symbol
flashes when the cycle program is active.
duration
pause
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Example cycle start:
Monday 7.30 h ON
Example cycle finish:
Friday 16.30 h OFF
Brightness variations at lighting
installations may arise in the
cycling mode. In this case actions
to reduce these effects have to be
taken (for example reduction of
the load or extension of the cycle
time). More than five switching
operations per minute are not
admissible without additional
EMC interference measures.
Viewing the cycle times:
Possible in the menu Cycle only!
N.B.: If two cycle times are
programmed in which the start and
finish times overlap, it is always the
cycle time that starts first that is
executed.
Example: Cycle time 1, programmed
from: Mo to Thu
Cycle time 2, programmed from: Tue
to Fri. Only cycle time 1 is effective,
cycle time 2 is not accepted.
Select by pressing the
key Cycle.
Store your selection by pressing the
key.
Set cycle start by pressing the keys or .
Store your selection by pressing the
key.
Set cycle duration (Min./sec.) by pressing the
keys or .
Store your selection by pressing the
key.
Set cycle pause (Min./sec.) by pressing the keys
or .
Store your selection by pressing the
key.
Set cycle finish by pressing the keys or .
Store your selection by pressing the
key.
Setting/correcting the date and
time summer/winter time
Automatic summer/winter time correction
According to version the timer is preprogrammed ex-works complete
with the change-over. Should you switch off the automatic facility or
wish to alter it, first of all read the text display.
Select by pressing
or
.
Store by pressing
.
Summer/winter time setting freely programmable.
By entry of month and week
e.g. Month 3 = March
Week 4 = last week in the month
Note: In sum/win free Prog the time change is set automatically at
Sunday 2 AM. Time change is not available.
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Read the text display first
of all.
Select by pressing the
key
or
key.
Store by pressing the
key.
Individual deletions
Pin code
10
The device can be locked against unauthorized use with a 4 digit code
number.
Select the Manual menu using or . Confirm with the
button.
Selection WITH PIN
Select WITH PIN using or . Confirm with the
button. Make
note of any desired 4- digits number. Select the first digit of your 4
digit code using or . Confirm the entered digit with
. Select
further digits as described using or . Confirm each selected digit
with the
button.
The device is locked 90 sec. after
the last keystroke and can only be
operated after the correct PIN code
is entered.
Selection WITHOUT PIN
Select WITHOUT PIN using or
. Confirm with the
button.
If a PIN code has been
activated, the timer can
no longer be activated
without a valid PIN
code after a RESET.
The device must be
sent in!
3 Year Guarantee
In the unlikely event of this product becoming faulty due to
defective material or manufacture within 3 years of the date
of purchase, please return it to your supplier in the first year
with proof of purchase and it will be replaced free of charge.
For the second and third years or any difficulty in the first
year telephone the helpline on 020 8450 0515.
THREE YEAR
3
GUARANTEE
HELPLINE
020-8450-0515
For a product brochure please contact:
Timeguard Ltd.
Victory Park, 400 Edgware Road,
London NW2 6ND
020-8452-1112
or email [email protected]
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