1106WUserManual

1106WUserManual
PC Access
Model 1106W PC Access for Windows
WEB VERSION
Owner’s Manual
WEB VERSION
Contents
1.
INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................... 1
2.
INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................... 1
2.1.
4.
STARTING THE PROGRAM .................................................................................. 2
3.1.
Starting the Program for the First Time .................................................................................... 2
3.2.
Check for New Version ............................................................................................................... 3
PROGRAM OPERATION ....................................................................................... 3
4.1. File Menu ..................................................................................................................................... 3
4.1.1
Open ................................................................................................................................... 4
4.1.2
Close ................................................................................................................................... 4
4.1.3
Save .................................................................................................................................... 4
4.1.4
Save As ............................................................................................................................... 4
4.1.5
New ..................................................................................................................................... 4
4.1.6
Import .................................................................................................................................. 4
4.1.7
Export .................................................................................................................................. 4
4.1.8
Download from PC .............................................................................................................. 5
4.1.9
Upload to PC ....................................................................................................................... 5
4.1.10 Update Firmware ................................................................................................................. 5
4.1.11 Print ..................................................................................................................................... 5
4.1.12 About ................................................................................................................................... 6
4.1.13 Check for New Version ....................................................................................................... 6
4.1.14 Exit ...................................................................................................................................... 6
4.2. Setup Menu ................................................................................................................................. 6
4.2.1
Codes .................................................................................................................................. 6
4.2.2
Programs ............................................................................................................................. 6
4.2.2.1 Edit Program When ......................................................................................................... 7
4.2.2.2 Edit Program Command .................................................................................................. 8
4.2.2.3 Edit Program &If .............................................................................................................. 9
4.2.3
Dial ...................................................................................................................................... 9
4.2.4
Arming ................................................................................................................................. 9
4.2.5
Names/Voice ....................................................................................................................... 9
4.2.6
Misc ..................................................................................................................................... 9
4.3. Show Menu .................................................................................................................................. 9
4.3.1
Events ................................................................................................................................. 9
4.3.2
Status ................................................................................................................................ 10
4.4. Command Menu ........................................................................................................................ 10
4.4.1
Control ............................................................................................................................... 10
4.4.2
Security ............................................................................................................................. 10
4.4.3
Button ................................................................................................................................ 10
4.4.4
All Lights On ...................................................................................................................... 10
4.4.5
All Units Off ....................................................................................................................... 11
4.4.6
Temperature ...................................................................................................................... 11
4.4.7
Message ............................................................................................................................ 11
4.4.8
Set Time ............................................................................................................................ 11
I
WEB VERSION
3.
Updating from a Previous Version ............................................................................................ 1
4.5. Connect Menu ........................................................................................................................... 11
4.5.1
Modem .............................................................................................................................. 11
4.5.1.1 Local Access ................................................................................................................. 11
4.5.1.2 On-line ........................................................................................................................... 11
4.5.1.3 Answer Callback ........................................................................................................... 11
4.5.1.4 Hang Up ........................................................................................................................ 12
4.5.1.5 Initialize ......................................................................................................................... 12
4.5.2
Serial ................................................................................................................................. 12
4.5.3
Network ............................................................................................................................. 12
4.6. Configure Menu ........................................................................................................................ 12
4.6.1
Modem .............................................................................................................................. 12
4.6.2
Serial ................................................................................................................................. 13
4.6.3
Network ............................................................................................................................. 13
4.6.4
Password .......................................................................................................................... 13
5.
ACCESSING YOUR SYSTEM .............................................................................. 13
5.1. Modem Access .......................................................................................................................... 13
5.1.1
Remote Modem Access .................................................................................................... 13
5.1.2
Local Modem Access ........................................................................................................ 14
5.2.
Serial Connections ................................................................................................................... 14
5.3.
Network Connections ............................................................................................................... 15
II
WEB VERSION
APPENDIX A - MODEM TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................... 17
1. INTRODUCTION
This document describes installation and operation of the Model 1106W PC Access Software for
Windows by Home Automation, Inc. This version of the LEVITON PC Access Software supports OmniLT,
Omni, Omni II, Omni IIe, OmniPro II, Lumina, and Lumina Pro home control systems. This software
package will run under the Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows ME, Windows 2000,
Windows XP, and Vista operating systems.
This software allows you to access your automation system over the telephone or over a direct serial
connection (RS-232/RS-485 through a built-in or optional serial interface module) by using an IBM PC
compatible computer system, or over a network connection (i.e., Ethernet, Internet) using a secure,
encrypted link when connected to the Omni IIe, OmniPro II, Lumina, or Lumina Pro Ethernet port.
You can completely setup and program your system by using the PC Access software, with the exception
of certain items that are normally set up only by your installer.
The software allows the following functions to be performed:













Create and maintain account files
Download an account file to your system
Upload an account file from your system
Update controller firmware in your system
Print an account file
Download PC Access updates from the Internet
Create/view/modify programs
View/modify unit, zone, button, code, area, and message names
View/modify unit, zone, button, code, area, and message voice descriptions
View/modify setup information
View event log
View status of system, zones, units, and temperatures
Send control, security, button, temperature, and message commands to your system
2. INSTALLATION
1. Insert the 1106W PC Access CD into your CD-ROM drive.
2. Select the Run command from the Start menu.
3. Type <drive>:setup
For example, if the Setup disk is in drive D, type "d:setup".
4. Follow the instructions provided on the screen.
2.1.
Updating from a Previous Version
If you are updating from a previous version of the PC Access software, simply run the PC Access setup
program as described above.
Page 1
WEB VERSION
To install this software, run the PC Access setup program as follows:
IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING FILE COMPATIBILITY: Beginning with Version 2.4, several new
items of information are stored in the account files and the configuration file. Here are some of the effects
of these changes:
a) This version of PC Access can open old (existing) account files; when the account file is saved,
it is saved in the new format.
b) Older versions of PC Access can open account files saved with version 2.4. However, if the
account file is saved with this older version of PC Access, all of the new (version 2.4) account
information will be lost.
c) The configuration file holds system-level information that is not specific to any account. The
format of this file has changed. To preserve upward compatibility, the filename has also
changed. For previous versions, the filename was “PCA.CFG”; beginning with this version, the
filename is “PCA01.CFG”. If PC Access version 2.4 (or higher) cannot find the “PCA01.CFG”
file, it attempts to open the older “PCA.CFG” file and import the configuration information. PC
Access Version 2.4 (and higher) will never write to the older file; all configuration information is
written to the new “PCA01.CFG” file, which is automatically created if necessary.
3. STARTING THE PROGRAM
To start the PC Access software, click the Start button, point to Programs, point to Leviton, point to PC
Access, then click PC Access.
3.1.
Starting the Program for the First Time
When running the PC Access program for the first time, the "Install PC Access" dialog box is displayed
which prompts you to enter a security stamp. The security stamp can be anything you choose. You will
only have to enter a security stamp when installing the program on a computer for the first time. This
security stamp is used to encrypt your account files so that only you can access them.
IMPORTANT: Write this security stamp down and store it in a safe place. It will be necessary to reenter
the same security stamp if the software is reinstalled or if you want to access your account files on
another computer running the PC Access software. If you do not enter the same security stamp when the
software is reinstalled, the PC Access software will be unable to access your existing account files.
IMPORTANT: Remember your password. The PC Access software cannot be used without entering the
proper password. If you forget your password, it will be necessary to reinstall the software to restore the
default password.
The program is initially configured to use serial communications on the COM1: communications port.
The Configure | Modem command may be used to change the communications port, baud rate (when an
account file is open), and to change the various modem command strings. The default modem command
strings have been found to work well with most Hayes compatible modems.
The modem should be set up so that the Carrier Detect signal reports the true status of carrier detect,
rather than always forced true. This allows the software to accurately report the on-line/off-line status of
the modem. The modem should also be set so that the PC Access software can hang up the phone line
by dropping the Data Terminal Ready signal. Although not required, this insures that the modem is not
left on-line if the PC Access software is abnormally terminated.
Page 2
WEB VERSION
A welcome screen is displayed which gives information about the program and you are prompted to enter
your login password. Enter the default password "PASSWORD". This password should be changed by
using the Configure | Password command.
When communicating with a controller through a Serial Interface, use the Configure | Serial command to
change the communications port to the computer's serial port being used by the controller. To select a
different baud rate, enter the new rate between 75 and 9600.
If you would like to reinstall the software at a later date, either because you forgot your password or for
some other reason, delete the file "PCA01.CFG" and start the PC Access software (as described above).
The software looks for this PCA01.CFG file when it is first started, and if it doesn't find it, the "Install PC
Access" dialog box is displayed and you are prompted to enter a security stamp. Follow the steps above.
IMPORTANT: If you do not enter the same security stamp when the software is reinstalled, the PC
Access software will be unable to access your existing account files.
3.2.
Check for New Version
The Internet Update Wizard is used to check and download updates for PC Access and new Controller
Firmware Files from the Internet. This function requires an Internet connection and will work with most
high-speed, dial-up and wireless Internet connections.
In order to check for updates you must not be "ON-LINE" with a LEVITON controller and you must close
any open account files.
To check for, and download updates, click on the "File" menu on the main screen, and select the "Check
for New Version..." option. This will start the Internet Updates Wizard that will walk you through the
process. Just follow the on screen prompts and PC Access will do the rest. In most cases, with a high
speed Internet connection, the entire process takes less than a minute.
If an update to the PC Access program is downloaded, then the program must be restarted. The wizard
will let you know if this is necessary and automatically restart the program for you. NOTE: This does not
require a system reboot, just a restart of the PC Access program.
TIP: You should periodically use the Internet Update function to ensure you have the latest PC Access
software and latest LEVITON Controller Firmware Files.
The PC Access software uses a series of data files called "account files". Each account file stores
information for a specific configuration of your system. These files are stored on the IBM PC compatible
computer, but the information in them may be downloaded to your system. Similarly, information from
your system may be uploaded for storage on the PC. The PC Access software is used to maintain these
account files and to send commands to your system.
Certain configuration information is stored in the individual account files. This information includes baud
rate and selected initialization commands under Configure | Modem and Omni IIe, OmniPro II, Lumina,
and Lumina Pro controller IP address, port number, and encryption key for Omni IIe, OmniPro II, Lumina,
and Lumina Pro controllers under Configure | Network.
Actions to be performed by the PC Access software are selected from a series of menus. These menus
are described below.
4.1.
File Menu
Commands in the File menu are used to access the account files. The File menu includes a mostrecently-used (MRU) file list, so you can re-open a recently used controller file with a single click.
Page 3
WEB VERSION
4. PROGRAM OPERATION
4.1.1
Open
The File | Open command is used to prepare an existing account file for use. An account file must be
opened before it can be used. Select the desired file from the dialog box to open it. Only one account file
may be open at a time.
Once the file is opened, information is displayed about the account. This information may be edited in the
account dialog box, and other commands are enabled to allow the configuration of your system to be
inspected and/or modified.
4.1.2
Close
The File | Close command is used to store an account file when it is no longer needed. The currently
opened account file must be closed before another account file can be opened. When the account file is
closed, the phone line is hung up.
4.1.3
Save
The File | Save command is used to store changes made to an account file without actually closing the
account file. This can be used to save the account file periodically during a lengthy editing session.
4.1.4
Save As
The File | Save as command is used to save an account file under a different name. This can be used to
make a copy of an existing account file to use as a starting point for a new account file.
Enter the name of the new account file in the dialog box to create a copy of the currently opened account
file. The old account file is then closed without saving any changes made to it, and the new account file is
opened.
4.1.5
New
4.1.6
Import
The File | Import command is used to open an account file that has been exported by using the File |
Export command (see below). Select the desired file from the dialog box to import it. Once the file has
been imported, it may be saved as a standard account file using the File | Save as command.
4.1.7
Export
The File | Export command is used to save an account file in a format that can be read by any other
computer using the PC Access software. This can be used to create "template" files that can be used by
multiple PC Access users, or to transfer account files to other users.
Enter the desired file name for the exported file in the dialog box. The file will be saved with an ".exp"
extension. The exported file may then be read by others by using the File | Import command.
Page 4
WEB VERSION
The File | New command is used to create a new account file. Enter the name for the new account file.
The program prompts you to select the type of system you have (OmniLT, Omni, Omni II, Omni IIe,
OmniPro, OmniPro II, Lumina, or Lumina Pro). The account file is set up with a default configuration for
that system.
4.1.8
Download from PC
The File | Download from PC command is used to copy configuration information from the IBM PC
compatible computer to your system. In the download dialog box, select the information to be copied.
During the download process, a series of message boxes is displayed indicating the progress of the
download. Press the Esc key to cancel the download.
4.1.9
Upload to PC
The File | Upload to PC command is used to copy configuration information from your system to the IBM
PC compatible computer. In the upload dialog box, select the information to be copied from your system.
This command should be performed before making any changes to the configuration of your system.
This insures that all changes made at your system since the last upload will be incorporated in the new
configuration.
During the upload process, a series of message boxes is displayed indicating the progress of the upload.
Press the Esc key to cancel the upload.
4.1.10 Update Firmware
The File | Update Firmware command is used to load new firmware into your system if it has flash
memory. Firmware can be loaded via serial or network connection.
Notes:

When connected via network, the controller will continue to operate normally while the firmware
file is written to memory (this takes several minutes).

When connected via serial connection, the controller will not operate normally while the firmware
file is being written to memory (this takes several minutes).
Note: You must select a firmware file that is compatible with your controller (e.g. Only an OmniPro II
firmware file can be loaded into an OmniPro II controller). If you try to load an incompatible firmware file,
you will receive the “File model does not match current controller!” error message.
To update the firmware, press the “OK” button. Flash memory is erased, and then the new firmware file
is written into memory. Note: While flash memory is being erased and/or the firmware file is being
written, you can cancel the operation at any time by pressing the “Cancel” button.
After the firmware file has been completely written to memory, the controller is restarted.
When the controller restarts it will automatically reestablish a connection with PC Access.
4.1.11 Print
The File | Print command is used to print a copy of your account file onto a printer. In the print dialog box,
select the information to be printed.
Press the Esc key to cancel printing.
Page 5
WEB VERSION
In order to update firmware, you must be "ON-LINE" with your LEVITON controller. Select the desired cff
file (Controller Firmware File) from the dialog box.
4.1.12 About
The File | About command is used to display information about the PC Access program.
4.1.13
Check for New Version
The File | Check for New Version command is used to check and download updates for PC Access from
the Internet. The Check for New Version command will start the Internet Update Wizard which will walk
you through the process.
4.1.14 Exit
The File | Exit command is used to exit the PC Access program. The Exit command will automatically
close any open account file before exiting the program.
4.2.
Setup Menu
Commands in the Setup menu are used to display information about the configuration of your system and
to modify this information.
Once a command from this menu has been selected, the dialog box associated with the command must
be closed before another command can be selected. Press Esc or click on the close box to close the
dialog box.
Some setup commands display multiple pages of setup items. Select the page tabs to go back and forth
between the pages. Selecting a different page tab or Ok saves any changes made to setup items on the
page. Selecting Cancel or pressing the Esc key discards any changes made to setup items on the page.
Refer to the control unit installation instructions for programming restrictions on UL Listed Systems.
4.2.1
Codes
The Setup | Codes command is used to modify the security codes and related items.
Programs
The Setup | Programs command is used to display and modify the programs in your system. The list of
programs may be scrolled by using the scroll bar or the cursor control keys.
The Copy button allows you to copy programs from the list and saves it for later use by the Paste button.
The Cut button removes a program from the list but saves it for later use by the Paste button.
The Paste button restores a previously cut program to the program list. The program is inserted before
the highlighted position in the program list. A program may be pasted multiple times.
The Clear All button is used to remove all programs from the list. Use this command with caution.
•
The “Cut” and “Copy” operations allow you to select multiple program lines. The normal Windows
selection methods (i.e., <Shift> and/or <Ctrl> with mouse click, mouse drag, etc.) are supported, so
any combination of program lines can be selected.
Page 6
WEB VERSION
4.2.2
•
When multiple non-contiguous lines are selected, the “Paste” operation inserts all of the lines as a
contiguous block at the insertion point.
•
The “Paste” operation pushes all program lines downward (starting at, and including, the selected
insertion point) to make room for the lines to be pasted. If this would result in the loss of active
program lines, you will be notified and given a choice to proceed or cancel.
•
Programs can be Cut or Copied from one controller account file and Pasted into another controller
account file. This operation is currently restricted to controllers of identical type.
The Search button invokes a search dialog, which allows you to search for arbitrary text within the
programs. From the search dialog, you can perform a “Find”, “Find Next” or “Find All” search. If the
search is successful, the program line (or lines for a “Find All” search) containing the desired text is
selected (highlighted).
The Edit button is used to edit an existing program or to create a new program. An Edit Program dialog
box is created which displays the current program and allows you to edit the various parts of the program,
such as the When (activation time/event), Command (outcome), and &If (condition).
Enter or Spacebar can also be pressed to edit the highlighted program.
The Close button is used to close the program dialog.
4.2.2.1
Edit Program When
The When button in the Edit Program dialog box is used to specify the time that the program is activated
or the macro button (event) that activates the program.
Select Time to specify the time that the program is activated.
•
"At Specified Time" - Enter the time using AM/PM if that format is being used, otherwise the entered
time should be 00:00-23:59.
•
"At Sunrise" – Specifies the time of sunrise.
•
"At Sunset" – Specifies the time of sunset.
•
"Before Sunrise" - Enter the time in minutes (1-120) before sunrise.
•
"Before Sunset" - Enter the time in minutes (1-120) before sunset.
•
"After Sunrise" - Enter the time in minutes (1-120) after sunrise.
•
"After Sunset" - Enter the time in minutes (1-120) after sunset.
Page 7
WEB VERSION
You may also specify a time up to 120 minutes before or after sunrise or sunset.
Select Button to specify the button (event) that activates the program.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
"User Event Button" - Button is activated when a particular button (scene) is run.
"Control Event Button" - Button is activated when a unit is turned On or Off.
"Security Event Button" - Button is activated when the security mode changes.
"Zone Event Button" - Button is activated when a zone changes state.
"All On Event Button" - Button is activated when the "All On" command is executed.
"All Off Event Button" - Button is activated when the "All Off" command is executed.
"Alarm Event Button" - Button is activated upon the occurrence of an alarm.
"X-10 Event Button" - Button is activated upon the receipt of an X-10 command from a source
external to the controller.
“ALC Event Button” - Button is activated when an ALC switch is pressed.
“UPB Event Button” - Button is activated when a UPB switch is pressed or Link is received.
“HLC Scene Button” – Button is activated when HLC Scene command is received.
“RadioRA Button” - Button is activated when a Lutron RadioRA switch is pressed.
“Message Event Button” - Button is activated when a Pro-Link message is received.
"Miscellaneous Event Button" - Allows you to select a button from a list of other event buttons. There
is also an option here to activate this event button when a camera button is pressed on an
OmniTouch with Video touchscreen.
“CentraLite Scene Button” – This button is executed when a CentraLite Scene command is received.
4.2.2.2
Edit Program Command
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
“Control Commands” – Used to command units such as off, on, off for time, on for time, dim, brighten,
dim for time, brighten for time, level, or ramp.
“Security Commands” - Used to arm the security system and to bypass or restore zones.
“Button Commands” - Used to activate a button (macro) command.
“All On Commands” - Used to turn all configured lighting units on.
“All Off Commands” - Used to turn all configured lighting units off.
“Leviton Scene Commands” - Used to control Leviton Scenes (on, off, and set).
“UPB Link Commands” - Used to control ULB Links (on, off, and set).
“RadioRA Phantom Commands” - Used to command RadioRA Phantom Buttons (on and off).
“Video Commands” - Used to display specified camera(s) on the designated OmniTouch with Video.
“Temperature Commands” - Used to view temperatures, change heat and cool setpoints, and turn
energy savers off and on.
“Message Commands” - Used to show, log, clear, say, phone, and send text and voice messages (if
applicable for that system).
“Energy Commands” – Used to set the current Energy Cost (low, mid, high, critical).
“CentraLite Scene Commands” – Used to command CentraLite Scenes (on and off).
After selecting the type of command, enter the specific information for the selected command.
Page 8
WEB VERSION
The Command button in the Edit Program dialog box is used to edit the command portion of a program.
A menu presents the different types of commands that can be specified for the program. The current
command type is highlighted.
4.2.2.3
Edit Program &If
The &If button in the Edit Program dialog box is used to specify a condition that must be true for the
program to run when it is activated. A menu presents the various conditions that can be specified. The
current condition is highlighted.
For Omni II, Omni IIe, OmniPro II, Lumina, and Lumina Pro accounts, there are two buttons (IF and &IF)
in the Edit Program dialog box that is used to specify conditions that must be true for the program to run
when it is activated. The "IF" button specifies the first condition and "&IF" specifies the second condition.
The "&IF" button is grayed until the first condition is specified. For each, a menu presents the various
conditions that can be specified.
4.2.3
Dial
The Setup | Dial command is used to modify telephone related setup items.
4.2.4
Arming
The Setup | Arming command is used to modify arming options related to security operation.
4.2.5
Names/Voice
The Setup | Names/Voice command is used to display and modify the unit, zone, button, code,
thermostats, area, message names in your system and to configure the system to speak descriptive
names for units, zones, buttons, codes, thermostats, and areas over the telephone.
Select the appropriate name tab and scroll through the list to the desired name to be edited. Enter the
new name in the edit name dialog box, and then select a voice description from the drop-down lists under
edit voice. You may enter up to four descriptions (words or group of words) for each names item.
4.2.6
Misc
The Setup | Misc command is used to modify miscellaneous setup items.
Show Menu
Commands in the Show menu is used to display the security-related events and the current status of your
system.
4.3.1
Events
The Show | Events command is used to display the event log of your system. The event log may be
scrolled by using the scroll bar or the cursor control keys.
The Event Log must be Uploaded to view the latest events.
Page 9
WEB VERSION
4.3.
4.3.2
Status
The Show | Status command is used to display the current status of the zones, units, temperatures, and
other items in your system. These displays continually update to show the real-time status of the system.
The System display shows the overall status of the system. The system time, date, software version,
battery reading, time of sunrise/sunset, security mode, the status of emergency zones, and various
trouble conditions are displayed.
The Area display shows the status of emergency zones and the security mode for each area.
The Zone display shows the status of the security zones. The zone status indicates if any alarm or
trouble conditions have occurred. The loop reading indicates the specific status of the loop at the current
time.
The Unit display shows the status of the control units. The state of the output is displayed, as well as, the
last commanded state of a device. You can double-click an item on the Unit list to invoke the command
dialog allowing you to control that item, then return back to the Status dialog to see the updated status.
The Temperature display shows the current temperature and the status of all temperature zones and
thermostats and the current humidity and humidity settings of your humidity sensors. You can doubleclick an item on the Temperature list to invoke the command dialog allowing you to control that item, then
return back to the Status dialog to see the updated status.
Use the System, Area, Zone, Unit, and Temperature page tabs to move between the status displays.
4.4.
Command Menu
Commands in the Command menu are used to send control and security commands to your system.
Once a command from this menu has been selected, the dialog box associated with the command must
be closed before another command can be selected. Press Esc or click on the close box to close the
dialog box.
Control
The Command | Control command is used to send control commands. Commands that may be sent
include off, on, off for time, on for time, dim, brighten, dim for time, brighten for time, level, or ramp.
4.4.2
Security
The Command | Security command is used to send security commands. The system may be armed into
any security mode and zones can be bypassed or restored.
4.4.3
Button
The Command | Button command is used to activate a button (macro) command.
4.4.4
All Lights On
The Command | All lights on command sends an all lights on command.
Page 10
WEB VERSION
4.4.1
4.4.5
All Units Off
The Command | All units off command send an all devices off command.
4.4.6
Temperature
The Command | Temperature command is used to send temperature commands. Commands that can
be sent to a PESM include off, on, off for time, on for time, heat setpoint, and cool setpoint. Commands
that can be sent to an RC-Series Thermostat include change mode (off, heat, cool, and auto), heat
setting, cool setting, fan, and hold.
4.4.7
Message
The Command | Message command is used to show, log, clear, say, phone, and send text and voice
messages (if applicable for that system).
4.4.8
Set Time
The Command | Set time command is used to set the time in your system. The default time is the current
time set in the PC. The daylight savings time selection always defaults to "No".
4.5.
Connect Menu
Commands in the Connect menu are used to connect using a modem, serial interface, or network
connection.
Complete details on using these commands to access your system are covered later in this document.
4.5.1
Modem
The modem menu is used to send commands to the modem. The actual modem commands sent for
each menu item are defined by using the Configure | Modem command.
Local Access
The Modem | Local access command is used when accessing your system by connecting directly to his
phone line at his house. Typically, the modem command string for the local access command is set to
dial all the digits and codes needed to access your system.
The default modem command string is setup for security code 1111. This command string must be
edited to specify the proper code to use for your system.
4.5.1.2
On-line
The Modem | On-line command is used to tell the modem to go on-line in the originate mode. Typically, it
is used after your system has been placed in the PC Access mode.
4.5.1.3
Answer Callback
The Modem | Answer callback command causes the modem to answer a callback from your system.
Page 11
WEB VERSION
4.5.1.1
4.5.1.4
Hang Up
The Modem | Hang up command causes the modem to hang up the phone line.
4.5.1.5
Initialize
The Modem | Initialize command is used to send the initialize modem command string to the modem.
The PC Access software normally initializes the modem when the software is first started. This command
can be used to reinitialize the modem if the modem doesn't appear to be operating properly and after any
changes are made to the Configure | Modem commands.
4.5.2
Serial
The serial item allows you to connect to the controller via serial port. To connect via the serial port, click
Connect | Serial. When an account file is opened, the connection type will default to a “Serial”
connection.
4.5.3
Network
The network menu allows you to “Connect” and “Disconnect” to an Omni IIe, OmniPro II, Lumina, or
Lumina Pro controller via network (i.e., Ethernet, Internet) using a secure, encrypted link.
4.6.
Configure Menu
The Configure menu is used to configure the PC Access software. When an account file is closed,
changes you make to the configuration of the PC Access software are stored in a special configuration
file that is automatically loaded when the program is started. Certain items are stored in the individual
account files.
4.6.1
Modem
Modem configuration allows you to define up to three modem initialization commands. You can specify
which initialization commands should be used and specify modem baud rate independently for each
account (information is stored in the individual account files). This feature allows control of modem
functions such as error correction, Bell 103 protocol, baud rate, etc. as required for specific accounts.
When creating a new account or opening an account file from a previous version, the modem baud rate is
initially set to the maximum speed supported by the particular controller model and initialization command
#1 is enabled by default.
The default settings for each of the modem command strings have been found to work well with most
Hayes compatible modems. If your modem doesn't appear to operate properly with the PC Access
software, it may be necessary to edit these command strings to send different commands for your
modem. Please refer to your modem manual for these commands.
The default local access command string is set to dial all the digits needed to access your system and
place it in PC Access mode. The default security code is set to 1111. This must be changed to the
appropriate security code for your system.
Page 12
WEB VERSION
The Configure | Modem command is used to specify the modem command strings that are sent for each
command in the Modem menu, to specify the communications port, and to select the baud rate.
The default setting for the baud rate selection is 9600 baud. This setting is fine for connecting to a
system using its built-in modem. If the system is not capable of communicate at 9600, your modem will
automatically send data at the lower rate. When connecting to an OmniPro II using its built-in modem,
you may set the baud rate up to 19200. When connecting to a serial interface module, you may change
this setting between 75 and 9600 baud.
4.6.2
Serial
Serial configuration allows you to specify the serial port and baud rate for the connection. This
information is global. To connect via the serial port, click Connect | Serial.
4.6.3
Network
Network configuration allows you to specify the Omni IIe, OmniPro II, Lumina, or Lumina Pro controller IP
address, port number, and encryption key independently for each Omni IIe, OmniPro II, Lumina, and
Lumina Pro account (this information is stored in the individual Omni IIe, OmniPro II, Lumina, and Lumina
Pro account files). The controller’s local IP address and port number set the local network parameters for
the Omni IIe, OmniPro II, Lumina, or Lumina Pro controller. The encryption key is used to establish a
private, secure connection with the connected device. These items can only be modified when a given
Omni IIe, OmniPro II, Lumina, or Lumina Pro account file is open.
4.6.4
Password
The Configure | Password command is used to change the login password for the PC Access software. It
is necessary to enter this password when the PC Access software is started. This insures that only you
and others that you entrust with your password can access your account files.
If you forget your password, it will be necessary to reinstall the PC Access software before you can use it
again.
5. ACCESSING YOUR SYSTEM
The following sections of this document detail how to access your Home Automation system.
5.1.
Modem Access
Different procedures are used to access your system depending upon the type of access desired. In
general, the following steps are performed:
1. Access the voice menu of your system in the normal manner.
2. Enter "##1" to instruct the system to enter the PC Access mode.
3. Enter a Master code when prompted. The system is now in PC Access mode.
5.1.1
Remote Modem Access
The following steps should be followed to access your system remotely:
Page 13
WEB VERSION
An account file for your system must be created before the system can be accessed. The account file
must be opened, and your system must be set up to allow PC Access. Systems are normally shipped
with PC access enabled.
1. Dial into your system using a telephone connected to the same phone line as the PC's modem. Wait
for the system to beep signifying that it is waiting for a code. If you have an answering machine, the
system won't answer until the answering machine has hung up. Alternately, you can bypass the
answering machine by using the "call twice" method. Dial your number and let the phone ring twice.
Hang up. Wait about 10 seconds. Dial the number again within one minute. The system will answer
after one ring.
2. After the beep, enter your Master code. The system will start reading the voice menu.
3. Enter "##1". This instructs the system to enter PC Access mode.
4. Enter your Master code when prompted.
5. A modem tone will now be heard. Select the On-line command from the Connect | Modem menu.
6. When you hear the tone from the PC's modem, hang up the telephone. The indicator in the lower right
corner of the screen should change from "OFF-LINE" to "ON-LINE".
5.1.2
Local Modem Access
If you wish to access your system while at home, perform the following steps:
1. Connect the modem on your PC to the phone line (the same line that is connect to your system).
2. Using a telephone on the same line as the modem, access the system by pressing the ' # ' key (or ' # '
then the Master code if the system is in high security mode).
3. Enter "##1". This instructs the system to enter PC Access mode.
4. Enter either the Master code when prompted.
5. A modem tone will now be heard. Select the On-line command from the Connect | Modem menu.
Alternatively, the Local access command in the Connect | Modem menu can be used to perform the
above steps automatically. The local access modem command string must be configured to dial the
appropriate digits.
For example, if your Master code is 9876, the local access modem command string should be changed
from "ATS11=150DT###11111" to "ATS11=150DT###19876".
As you can see, the modem is being instructed to dial the exact same digits that you would normally
press on the telephone. The S11=150 at the beginning of the command simply slows down the dialing
rate of the modem.
5.2.
Serial Connections
When communicating with a controller through a Serial Interface Module, the PC Access software must
log in with the controller. To do this it uses the 4 digit code that is stored under Setup | Codes. Ensure
that Code 1 is set to the valid Master code before accessing your system.
To select a different baud rate, enter the new rate between 75 and 9600 baud under Configure | Modem.
Page 14
WEB VERSION
6. When you hear the tone from the PC's modem, hang up the telephone. The indicator in the lower right
corner of the screen should change from "OFF-LINE" to "ON-LINE".
5.3.
Network Connections
To connect via network (i.e., Ethernet, Internet):
1. Open an Omni IIe, OmniPro II, Lumina, or Lumina Pro account file.
2. Click Configure >> Network.

If you are connecting from the local network, enter the controller’s IP address under “Network
IP Address or Domain Name”.

If you are connecting from the Internet, enter either the public IP address (the way to reach
your local network via the Internet) or domain name (e.g. www.homeauto.com).
3. Enter the port number that is configured for the controller.
4. Select the Encryption tab. Enter the two part encryption key as it is displayed on the console.
5. Select OK.
6. Click Connect >> Network >> Connect. PC Access will display “On-Line” in the lower right
corner.
Page 15
WEB VERSION
If you fail to make a connection, an error message will be displayed. When connecting from the local
network, make sure that the controller’s IP address, port number, and encryption key is entered as it is
displayed on the console. Verify that the first two numbers of the controller’s IP address (e.g. 192.168)
match the first two numbers of your local network.
To connect to an OmniPro II controller
from the Internet using LEVITON PC
Access, under Configure >> Network
enter the public IP address:
(i.e. 134.42.112.8)
To connect to an OmniPro II controller on
a local network using LEVITON PC
Access, under Configure >> Network
enter the controller’s IP address:
Page 16
WEB VERSION
(i.e. 10.0.0.230)
APPENDIX A - MODEM TROUBLESHOOTING
Most of the problems that people experience with the PC Access software are caused
by improper modem setup. If you are experiencing problems communicating using the
PC Access software, please follow these steps to insure that your modem is properly
configured for use with the PC Access software.
1. First, insure that your modem is compatible with the PC Access software. Generally,
most modems that purport to be "Hayes-compatible" will work with the software. To
communicate with OmniLT, Omni, and OmniPro the modem must be capable of
operating at 300 bps using Bell 103 protocol.
2. Next, insure that your modem is properly installed in your computer. External
modems generally connect to your system's built-in COM1 or COM2 port. Internal
modems should usually be set to COM3 or COM4. They should not be set to COM1
or COM2 unless the system's built-in COM1 or COM2 port has been disabled.
To check which Communications Port that that your modem is assigned to, click the
"Start" button, point to "Settings", then click "Control Panel". Double click "System",
then select the "Device Manager" tab. Double click "Modem", then double click on the
displayed modem type that you are using with PC Access. Select the "Modem" tab to
view the Communications Port setting for your modem.
Always remember to set the correct communications port and baud rate under the
Configure | Modem menu when setting up your PC Access software.
PC Access for Windows will automatically select the proper IRQ for the communications
port used by the modem.
AT&FX0S0=0S10=20&C1&D2
The commands in this string do the following:
AT
&F
X0
S0=0
S10=20
&C1
&D2
Modem attention, starts all modem commands
Restore factory settings
Use basic result codes / Enable dialing without dial tone
Disable auto answer
Set carrier loss wait time to 2 seconds
Report true sense of carrier detect
Hang up modem when DTR dropped
Page 17
WEB VERSION
3. Finally, make sure the modem initialization string is set properly in Configure |
Modem. The default string will work for most modems:
If the modem fails to work with the software, it may be necessary to modify the
initialization string. The commands for your modem will be listed in the owner's manual
that came with your modem. Find the AT commands and add it to the end of the
existing Initialization Command.
Usually, the factory default settings for the modem will work well.
These defaults are usually invoked by the &F command, but it can differ from modem to
modem. This insures that the modem is in a known state before PC Access issues the
few commands (mainly the &C1) that really matter to the software.
Next, make sure that the modem is not set to do software handshaking (sometimes
called software flow control). Hardware (RTS/CTS) handshaking or no handshaking is
fine.
Page 18
WEB VERSION
Finally, try disabling all error correction and compression.
WEB VERSION
FCC COMPLIANCE
FOR CANADA ONLY
For warranty information and/or product returns, residents of Canada should contact Leviton in writing at Leviton Manufacturing of Canada Ltd to the attention of the
Quality Assurance Department, 165 Hymus Blvd, Pointe-Claire (Quebec), Canada H9R 1E9 or by telephone at 1 800 405-5320.
WEB VERSION
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
LEVITON LIMITED WARRANTY
Leviton warrants to the original consumer purchaser and not for the benefit of anyone else that products manufactured by Leviton under the Leviton brand name
(“Product”) will be free from defects in material and workmanship for the time periods indicated below, whichever is shorter: • OmniPro II and Lumina Pro: three (3)
years from installation or 42 months from manufacture date. • OmniLT, Omni IIe, and Lumina: two (2) years from installation or 30 months from manufacture date. •
Thermostats, Accessories: two (2) years from installation or 30 months from manufacture date. • Batteries: Rechargeable batteries in products are warranted for ninety
(90) days from date of purchase. Note: Primary (non-rechargeable) batteries shipped in products are not warranted. Products with Windows® Operating Systems:
During the warranty period, Leviton will restore corrupted operating systems to factory default at no charge, provided that the product has been used as originally intended.
Installation of non-Leviton software or modification of the operating system voids this warranty. Leviton’s obligation under this Limited Warranty is limited to the repair or
replacement, at Leviton’s option, of Product that fails due to defect in material or workmanship. Leviton reserves the right to replace product under this Limited Warranty
with new or remanufactured product. Leviton will not be responsible for labor costs of removal or reinstallation of Product. The repaired or replaced product is then
warranted under the terms of this Limited Warranty for the remainder of the Limited Warranty time period or ninety (90) days, whichever is longer. This Limited Warranty
does not cover PC-based software products. Leviton is not responsible for conditions or applications beyond Leviton’s control. Leviton is not responsible for
issues related to improper installation, including failure to follow written Installation and operation instructions, normal wear and tear, catastrophe, fault or
negligence of the user or other problems external to the Product. To view complete warranty and instructions for returning product, please visit us at www.leviton.com.
COPYRIGHT AND TRADEMARK INFORMATION
This document and all its contents herein are subject to and protected by international copyright and other intellectual property rights and are the property of Leviton
Manufacturing Co., Inc, its subsidiaries, affiliates and/or licensors. © 2013 Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc. All rights reserved.
Use herein of third party trademarks, service marks, trade names, brand names and/or product names are for informational purposes only, are/may be the trademarks of their
respective owners; such use is not meant to imply affiliation, sponsorship, or endorsement.
No part of this document may be reproduced, transmitted or transcribed without the express written permission of Leviton Manufacturing Co., Inc.
For Technical Assistance Call: 1-800-824-3005 (U.S.A. Only) www.leviton.com
DI-021-SO106-00A (1106WR0000)
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement