Automation
MY HOME – Automation
MY HOME - AUTOMATiON
CONTENTS
General features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
General rules for installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Wiring diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
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auTOmaTiON - GENERAL FEATURES
introduction to the Automation system
The MY HOME Automation system
a programmable logic and are
if it is not possible to achieve a BUS
allows you to manage functions in
connected in parallel with a
system or if you want to expand a
a simultaneous and integrated way.
2-conductor BUS cable for sending
pre-existing system without any
To date, these functions have been
information and with low voltage
masonry work, the Automation
performed with special and complex
(27V d.c.) electric power. There are
system can be expanded with special
electrical devices such as:
two types of devices in the system:
wire/radio interfaces, control and
„„
lighting control
„„
controls, connected only to the
radio devices characterised by high
installation flexibility.
BUS cable;
„„
control for shutters and/or electric
„„
actuators, connected both to
curtains, fans, exhausters, etc.
Compared to the devices
the BUS cable and to the 230V
of a conventional electrical
a.c. power line for managing the
system, Automation devices
connected load.
have an electronic circuit with
Wire system
Basic contact
interface
General
control
Touch control
(SOFT TOUCH)
Local Display
Traditional
device
Power supply
230 Vac
TV/SAT
TV/SAT automazione
diffusione sonora
IPTV
antifurto
termoregolazione
videocitofonia
controllo
TV/SAT
automazione
diffusione sonora
antifurto
termoregolazione
videocitofonia
controllo
lan
Shutters
controllo carichi
energia
TV/SAT
IPTV
DIN module
dimmer actuator
DIN module
actuator
TV/SAT
lan
controllo carichi
energia
Shutter
actuator
IPTV
control
automazione
luci
diffusione
tvcc
sonora
antifurto
www
termoregolazione
irrigazione
IPTV
luci
Light
tvcc
www
irrigazione
Shutters
The MY HOME Automation system devices are IMQ certified, as they comply with the CEI EN 50428 standard “non-automatic control devices for fixed electrical home
installations and similar uses”.
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videocitofonia
controllo
house and/or closing of all rolling
which can be set by the user after
devices are configured properly, it
shutters).
getting home by using one single
is possible to manage the load as
it is also possible to carry out special
control device or by using the Touch
follows:
functions - which can hardly be
Screen menu. if the Automation
„„
Control for a single load (lamp,
achieved with conventional electrical
system is integrated with the 2 wire
systems.
Sound system and Temperature
These functions are called scenarios,
control system, the scenario can also
groups (for example, only the
which consist of a set of simultaneous
set up a room with background music
shutters on the first floor, north
controls used for arranging the room
and with the required temperature.
side, etc.);
according to the user’s lifestyle.
shutters, etc.);
„„
Control for one or more load
„„
Simultaneous management of
An example of a scenario can be
all loads (for example, general
represented by the simultaneous
deactivation of all lamps in the
activation of lights, shutters, etc.,
Radio/wire interfaces
Local control
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n
When the Automation system
Radio system
Radio
control
Radio receiving
interface
Touch Screen
Radio remote control
TV/SAT
IPTV
DIN module radio actuator
Basic
actuator
automazione
IPTV
diffusione sonora
energia
videocitofonia
antifurto
termoregolazione
tvcc
diffusione sonora
controllo
videocitofonia
controllo
lan
lan
TV/SAT
controllo carichi
TV/SAT
IPTV
controllo
carichi
energia
luci
energia
tvcc
www
IPTV
Lighting
luci
tvcc
Lighting
luci
tvcc
irrigazione
IPTV
Shutter
actuator
control
www
Light
automazione
termoregolazione
automazione
diffusione sonora
IPTV
luci
IPTV
Transmitting radioTV/SAT
interface
antifurto
TV/SAT
controllo carichi
TV/SAT
irrigazione
Shutters
antifurto
termoregolazione
videocitofonia
controllo
lan
controllo carichi
energia
Basic radio actuator
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Control devices
Control devices allow you to control
is separated from the mechanical
Two types of keys and key covers can
the state of the actuators, thus
operating part so that one can
be used:
executing different functions: ON,
choose the type, number and size of
„„
1 function key cover, one or two
OFF, timing, etc., which depend
the control pushbuttons.
modules, to be used with the grey
on the functioning mode that has
The device can be modular, thus
control key;
been assigned to them through an
meeting the different installation
appropriate configuration.
requirements and different functions
modules, to be used with the black
The electronic part of these devices
required by the user.
control key;
„„
2 function key cover, one or two
Upper pushbutton
Lower pushbutton
LED
Control key
Key cover
1 function
1 module
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Key cover
2 functions
1 module
Control key
Key cover
1 function
2 modules
Control key
Key cover
2 functions
2 modules
The control with the single key cover can become integrated
The double key cover (tilting) can become integrated with a traditional exchanging contact.
with a traditional closing contact (pushbutton or switch).
NOTE: control keys are supplied with the device as standard.
speciAl control
These devices are consist of two
in addition to the standard functions
lowered flush mounted modules.
it also enables performing all
This reduces depth, leaving more
the Special functions, normally
room inside the box for the housing
performed by three different controls:
of cables, or for basic modularity
the Special function control, the
devices.
extended control, and the timer
control.
lowered 2 Module control
The Special control features 4
The single and double load control
pushbuttons and 2 green/red
control stAtus indicAtors
performs the same functions of the
bicolour LEDs (in the LiViNG and
All the controls feature LEDs, which
previously released item. The only
MÀTiX version) or 4 blue/red bicolour
indicate their status (enabled or
differences are:
LEDs (AXOLUTE version).
disabled), and make them easier to
find in the dark. The intensity of the
„„
it has been lowered to reduce the
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lowered controls
selected load status signalling LED
size inside the box;
„„
it features two green/red bicolour
may be adjusted or turned off using
LEDS (in the LiViNG and MÀTiX
the pushbutton on the control itself.
version), or 4 blue/red bicolour
LEDs (AXOLUTE version).
Lowered 2 module
control
Special control
Upper pushbutton
more space available
LED
Lower pushbutton
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Control devices:
controls/key covers - quick matching guide
aXolUTe
KeY-CoVeRs
WIThoUT sIlK-sCReeN PRINTING
1 ModUle
1 function
lIVING / lIGhT / lIGhT TeCh
2 ModUles
2 functions
1 function
2 functions
1 ModUle
1 function
2 functions
2 ModUles
1 function
2 functions
Controls for 3
independent loads
Controls for 2
independent loads
Special control
CoNTRols
H4651M2
L4651M2
AM5831M2
HD4915
HC4915
HS4915
HD4911 HC4911
HS4911
HD4915M2
HC4915/2
HS4915/2
HD4911M2
HC4911/2
HS4911/2
L4915 N4915M
NT4915M
L4911 N4915M
NT4915M
L4915/2
N4915/2M
NT4915/2M
L4911/2
N4915/2M
NT4915/2M
H4652/2
L4652/2
AM5832/2
HD4915
HC4915 HS4915
HD4911 HC4911
HS4911
HD4915M2
HC4915/2
HS4915/2
HD4911M2
HC4911/2
HS4911/2
L4915 N4915M
NT4915M
L4911 N4915M
NT4915M
L4915/2
N4915/2M
NT4915/2M
L4911/2
N4915/2M
NT4915/2M
H4652/3
L4652/3
AM5832/3
HD4915
HC4915 HS4915
HD4911 HC4911
HS4911
HD4915M2
HC4915/2
HS4915/2
HD4911M2
HC4911/2
HS4911/2
L4915 N4915M
NT4915M
L4911 N4915M
NT4915M
L4915/2
N4915/2M
NT4915/2M
L4911/2
N4915/2M
NT4915/2M
HD = WHITE, HC = TECH, HS = ANTHRACITE, L = LIVING, N = LIGHT, NT = LIGHT TECH
aXolUTe
KeY-CoVeRs
WITh sIlK-sCReeN PRINTING
1 ModUle
1 function
2 functions
lIVING / lIGhT / lIGhT TeCh
2 ModUles
1 function
2 functions
1 ModUle
1 function
2 functions
2 ModUles
1 function
2 functions
Controls
HD4915...
HC4915...
HS4915...
HD4911...
HC4911...
HS4911...
HD4915M2...
HC4915/2...
HS4915/2...
HD4911M2...
HC4911/2...
HS4911/2...
L4915... N4915...
NT4915...
L4911... N4915...
NT4915...
L4915/2...
N4915/2...
NT4915/2...
L4911/2...
N4915/2...
NT4915/2...
H4652/2
L4652/2
AM5832/2
HD4915...
HC4915...
HS4915...
HD4911...
HC4911...
HS4911...
HD4915M2...
HC4915/2...
HS4915/2...
HD4911M2...
HC4911/2...
HS4911/2...
L4915... N4915...
NT4915...
L4911... N4915...
NT4915...
L4915/2...
N4915/2...
NT4915/2...
L4911/2...
N4915/2...
NT4915/2...
HD4915...
HC4915...
HS4915...
HD4911...
HC4911...
HS4911...
HD4915M2...
HC4915/2...
HS4915/2...
HD4911M2...
HC4911/2...
HS4911/2...
L4915... N4915...
NT4915...
L4911... N4915...
NT4915...
L4915/2...
N4915/2...
NT4915/2...
L4911/2...
N4915/2...
NT4915/2...
Controls for 2
independent loads
Special control
H4651M2
L4651M2
AM5831M2
Controls for 3
independent loads
H4652/3
AM5832/3
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L4652/3
HD = WHITE, HC = TECH, HS = ANTHRACITE, L = LIVING, N = LIGHT, NT = LIGHT TECH
* Complete the Key cover code with the letters corresponding to the required screen printing (see table).
seleCTIoN of KeY CoVeRs WITh sIlK- sCReeN PRINTING
MÀTIX
1 ModUle
1 function
2 ModUles
2 functions
1 function
2 functions
aXolUTe
lIVING
MÀTIX
lIGhT
lIGhT TeCh
sIlK-sCReeN
PRINTING
sIlK-sCReeN PRINTING
desCRIPTIoN
1 function
AM5911
AM5911
AM5911
AM5911
AM5911
AM5911/2
AM5911/2
AM5911/2
AM5911/2
AM5911/2
AM5911/2
AAM
OFF
AB
ABM
ON
AC
ACM
GEN
AD
ADM
DIMMER
BA
BAM
LIGHT
BB
BBM
BELL
BC
BCM
EXHAUST FAN
BD
BDM
KEY
BE
BEM
TREBLE CLEF
BF
BFM
NURSE
BG 1)
BGM
ROOM
BH
BHM
ALARMS
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AM5911
AA
MÀTIX
1 ModUle
1 function
AM5915...
AM5915...
AM5915...
2 functions
AM5911...
AM5911...
AM5911...
2 ModUles
1 function
AM5915/2...
AM5915/2...
AM5915/2...
2 functions
2 functions
AM5911/2...
AM5911/2...
AF
AFM
ON/OFF/GEN
AG
AGM
ON/OFF
AH
AHM
UP/DOWN
AI
AIM
ON/OFF DIMMER
BA 1)
BAM
LIGHT
BC 1)
BCM
EXHAUST FAN
BE 1)
BEM
TREBLE CLEF
BF 2)
BFM
SOUND SYSTEM FUNCTION
AM5911/2...
1) Key cover not available for the MÀTIX series
2) Key cover not available for the 1 and 2 module AXOLUTE series, and for the 2 module MÀTIX, LIVING,
LIGHT, LIGHT TECH series
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Control devices
2 module Soft Touch control
two or three Module
AXolute soft touch
controls
This device is capable of sending
actuation and adjustment commands
for the automation, sound system
and video door entry system
functions, with the simple touch of
the control.
new AXolute nighter, whice
And white glAss controls
The Nighter and Whice control
Each zone corresponding to a key is
This effect gives the user the feeling
is a control where the traditional
marked at the centre by a light blue
of activating the control. Using the
pushbuttons are replaced by
LED.
appropriate configurator it is possible
capacitive sensors
When the user moves a finger close,
to select different intensity levels.
Moving the finger close to a sensor is
its intensity increases sensibly, and
the same as pressing a pushbutton.
remains so until the finger is moved
The device can therefore be used to
away again.
control single or group loads (e.g.
Lights and Shutters), sound system,
scenarios, and basic video door entry
Nighter 3 module control
system functions.
it’s produced in the versions with 3
and 4 flush mounted modules, with 6
and 8 keys respectively.
Whice 4 module control
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infrAred controls
intended for 1 relay actuators for
control:
single loads, 2 relays actuators for
With the receiver, the manual control
double loads (shutter motor etc.), for
can be complemented or replaced by
the management of scenarios, as well
a remote control, using the infrared
as manage both sound systems and
remote control unit, item 3529.
video door entry systems.
To the remote control pushbuttons,
it is possible to associate controls
IR remote control
IR receiver
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iR receiver and new iR remote
MoveMent And lighting
sensors
Thanks to the new sensors of the
„„
Comfort and wellbeing
Lighting Management system,
The new sensors also allow
within the MY HOME system it is now
increasing the level of comfort
possible to control the lighting levels
of the users, with the automatic
based on the presence of people
switching on of the light when
inside the room and the amount of
entering the room, and the
natural light, ensuring:
preservation of the desired
„„
Energy efficiency
lighting level based on external
With the new sensors it is possible
conditions.
to eliminate energy waste through
an intelligent management of
the lights, ensuring the necessary
lighting levels, at the right time
and in the right place. The various
operating modes that can be set
with the configuration enable the
user to obtain different levels of
energy efficiency.
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Control devices
scenArio MAnAgeMent systeMs
These devices can be used to create
shutters for watching the television,
the various integrated MY HOME
particular and advanced comfort
or reading a book, following the life
systems is the activation of a certain
situations called scenarios, for
style of the user.
background music, the setting of the
example, by activating some lights to
Another example of an advanced
temperature and the light level of the
a certain level, and positioning some
scenario that can be set using
house, when entertaining friends.
Multimedia interface
automazione
diffusione sonora
antifurto
Multimedia Touch Screen
Scenario programmers MH200N
Lighting/movement sensor
Touch Screen
Nighter & Whice control
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TV/SAT
automazione
diffusione sonora
antifurto
termoregolazione
videocitofonia
controllo
The described scenarios are managed
„„
2 DiN modules F420 scenario
„„
MH200N scenario programmer for
module for saving 16 scenarios
the creation and management of
saving in the memory all the Controls
for automation, sound system,
advanced scenarios, also linked
that define the scenario, and which
temperature control, and video
to time events, system status, and
the user can recall simultaneously by
door entry applications.
more.
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from particular devices capable of
pressing one single pushbutton.
The devices capable of saving and
programming these functions are the
following:
automazione
TV/SAT
diffusione sonora
antifurto
termoregolazione
videocitofonia
controllo
IPTV
lan
controllo carichi
Special control
energia
luci
tvcc
w
Video Station (*)
Scenario module F420
Soft Touch control
Local display (*)
IPTV
controllo carichi
Protected scenario control with transponder (*)
energia
luci
tvcc
www
irrigazione
Scenario control
NOTE (*): at the moment these devices cannot activate scenarios managed by the MH200N scenario programmer.
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Control devices
control selection BAsed on the function to Be MAnAged
oN/off lIGhTING
aNd loads
TYPe of CoNTRol
aXolUTe
lIGhTING WITh adJUsTMeNT (dIMMeR)
lIVING/lIGhT/
lIGhT TeCh
MÀTIX
aXolUTe
lIVING/lIGhT/
lIGhT TeCh
MÀTIX
2/3 module single and double load
control (*)
H4652/2
H4652/3
L4652/2 L4652/3
AM5832/2 AM5832/3
H4652/2
H4652/3
L4652/2 L4652/3
AM5832/2 AM5832/3
2 module special control (*)
H4651M2
L4651M2
AM5831M2
H4651M2
L4651M2
AM5831M2
HD4563
HC4563
HS4563
L4563
N4563
NT4563
HD4654
HC4654
HS4654
L4654N
N4654N
NT4654N
AM5834
L4684
AM5864
Knob control
Infrared receiver + IR remote control
HD4654
HC4654
HS4654
L4654N
N4654N
NT4654N
AM5834
Scenario control
2/3 module Soft Touch control
HD4653M2 HD4653M3
HC4653/2 HC4653/3
HS4653/2 HS4653/3
HD4653M2 HD4653M3
HC4653/2 HC4653/3
HS4653/2 HS4653/3
3/4 module Nighter and Whice controls
HD4657M3 HD4657M4
HC4657M3
HC4657M4
HS4657M3
HS4657M4
HD4657M3 HD4657M4
HC4657M3
HC4657M4
HS4657M3
HS4657M4
Touch Screen - Local display
H4684
* To be completed with key cover
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L4684
AM5864
H4684
MaNaGeMeNT of aUToMaTIsMs (e.G. CURTaINs aNd shUTTeRs)
MÀTIX
lIVING/
lIGhT/
lIGhT TeCh
aXolUTe
MÀTIX
H4652/2
H4652/3
L4652/2
L4652/3
AM5832/2
AM5832/3
H4651M2
L4651M2
AM5831M2
H4651M2
L4651M2
AM5831M2
HD4654
HC4654
HS4654
L4654N
N4654N
NT4654N
AM5834
HD4654
HC4654
HS4654
L4654N
N4654N
NT4654N
AM5834
HD4680
HC4680
HS4680
L4680
N4680
NT4680
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lIVING/
lIGhT/
lIGhT TeCh
aXolUTe
sCeNaRIo MaNaGeMeNT UsING f420 aNd Mh200N
HD4653M2
HD4653M3
HC4653/2
HC4653/3
HS4653/2
HS4653/3
HD4657M3
HD4657M4
HC4657M3
HC4657M4
HS4657M3
HS4657M4
H4684
HD4657M3
HD4657M4
HC4657M3
HC4657M4
HS4657M3
HS4657M4
L4684
AM5864
H4684
HD4685
HC4685
HS4685
L4684
L4685
N4685
NT4685
AM5864
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Actuator devices
These devices execute direct controls
flush-Mounting ActuAtor
and control the connected load in the
with 2 Modules
same way as an electromechanical
They are available with 1 and 2
relay.
interlocked relays: control for 1 single
For this reason, they must be
load (lamp or motor) or 1 double load
connected to the BUS cable using the
(motor for shutters).
removable terminals as well as to the
These actuators can be
230V a.c. supply line of the load.
advantageously used as a control
There are different types of actuators:
point, as they are provided with
they can differ by shape, size,
control pushbuttons at the front side
installation features and by their
operated by key covers.
Shutters up-down
TV/SAT
automazione
diffusione sonora
controlled power.
The range includes:
Example of installation of a flush mounted
actuator (with 2 interlocked relays) for the
control of the shutters.
„„
Flush mounted two module
actuators;
„„
Basic modularity actuators with
reduced profile;
„„
DiN module actuators.
Upper pushbutton
Lower pushbutton
LED
Control key
Key cover
1 function
2 modules
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NOTE: the control keys are supplied with the device as standard.
Control key
Key cover
2 functions
2 modules
antifur
BAsic Module ActuAtor
Basic module actuator
Basic actuators are characterized
by extremely compact dimensions:
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width = 40.5 mm, height = 40.5 mm,
depth = 18 mm. These dimensions
allow the actuators to be installed
in junction boxes or inside the load
to be controlled (for example in the
bowl of a chandelier, in the structure
of a lampstand, etc.).
it is also possible to place the
control for two light points with
their Basic actuators in a 503E
box; the installation can otherwise
be achieved with a 504E box or
by finding new spaces for the
positioning of the actuators.
Example of installation in flush mounted box
Box
Side-by-side
Basic items
Input for traditional
devices
BUS
BUS
Support
Control
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Actuator devices:
controls/key covers quick matching guide
KeY-CoVeRs WIThoUT
sIlK-sCReeN PRINTING
aXolUTe
lIVING / lIGhT / lIGhT TeCh
2 ModUles
2 ModUles
1 function
2 functions
1 function
2 functions
Dimmer actuator
Actuator with 2
interlocked relays
Actuator with 1 relay
aCTUaToRs
H4671/1
L4671/1
AM5851/1
HD4915M2
HC4915/2
HS4915/2
HD4911M2
HC4911/2
HS4911/2
H4671/1
L4671/1
AM5851/1
H4678
L4678
L4915/2
L4915/2M
NT4915/2M
L4911/2
N4915/2M
NT4915/2M
HD4911M2
HC4911/2
HS4911/2
HD4915M2
HC4915/2
HS4915/2
L4911/2
N4915/2M
NT4915/2M
HD4911M2
HC4911/2
HS4911/2
L4915/2
N4915/2M
NT4915/2M
L4911/2
N4915/2M
NT4915/2M
HD = WHITE, HC = TECH, HS = ANTHRACITE, L = LIVING, N = LIGHT, NT = LIGHT TECH
KeY-CoVeRs WITh
sIlK-sCReeN PRINTING
aXolUTe
lIVING / lIGhT / lIGhT TeCh
2 ModUles
2 ModUles
1 function
2 functions
1 function
2 functions
Dimmer actuator
Actuator with 2
interlocked relays
Actuator with 1 relay
aCTUaToRs
H4671/1
L4671/1
AM5851/1
HD4915M2...
HC4915/2...
HS4915/2...
H4671/1
L4671/1
AM5851/1
H4678
L4678
HD4911M2...
HC4911/2...
HS4911/2...
HD4911M2...
HC4911/2...
HS4911/2...
HD4915M2...
HC4915/2...
HS4915/2...
HD4911M2...
HC4911/2...
HS4911/2...
HD = WHITE, HC = TECH, HS = ANTHRACITE, L = LIVING, N = LIGHT, NT = LIGHT TECH
* Complete the Key cover code with the letters corresponding to the required screen printing (see table).
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L4915/2...
L4915/2...
NT4915/2...
L4911/2...
N4915/2...
NT4915/2...
L4911/2...
N4915/2...
NT4915/2...
L4915/2...
N4915/2...
NT4915/2...
L4911/2...
N4915/2...
NT4915/2...
seleCTIoN of KeY CoVeRs WITh sIlK-sCReeN PRINTING
MÀTIX
2 ModUles
1 function
AM5911/2
AM5911/2
lIGhT
lIGhT TeCh
sIlK-sCReeN
PRINTING
sIlK-sCReeN PRINTING
desCRIPTIoN
1 function
AA
AAM
OFF
AB
ABM
ON
AC
ACM
GEN
AD
ADM
DIMMER
BA
BAM
LIGHT
BB
BBM
BELL
BC
BCM
EXHAUST FAN
BD
BDM
KEY
BE
BEM
TREBLE CLEF
BF
BFM
NURSE
BG 1)
BGM
ROOM
BH
BHM
ALARMS
MY HOME - AUTOMATiON
AM5911/2
2 functions
aXolUTe
lIVING
MÀTIX
MÀTIX
2 ModUles
1 function
AM5915/2...
2 functions
2 functions
AM5911/2...
AM5911/2...
AF
AFM
ON/OFF/GEN
AG
AGM
ON/OFF
AH
AHM
UP – DOWN
AI
AIM
ON/OFF DIMMER
BA 1)
BAM
LIGHT
BC 1)
BCM
EXHAUST FAN
BE 1)
BEM
TREBLE CLEF
BF 2)
BFM
SOUND SYSTEM FUNCTION
1) Key cover not available for the MÀTIX series
2) Key cover not available for the 1 and 2 module AXOLUTE series, and for the 2 module MÀTIX, LIVING,
LIGHT, LIGHT TECH series
75
auTOmaTiON - GENERAL FEATURES
Actuator devices
din Moduel ActuAtors
These devices are suitable for
cover so as to reduce the overall
centralised installations in boards
dimensions, thus allowing them to
and switchboards (2 DiN modules).
be installed in raceways, junction
Available in versions with 1, 2 and 4
boxes, false ceilings, boxes for rolling
relays for controlling single loads or
shutters, etc.
double loads (motor for shutters);
With centralised installations, for
these devices are also provided with
example, DiN switchboards E215/...,
load control keys for carrying out an
MULTiBOX or with the innovative
operational test.
installation solution MY HOME
These actuators are characterised by
FLATWALL*, the DiN adapter and the
having the advantage of removing
front cover enable you to align the
the rear DiN adapter and the front
profile of the adapter to that of the
Switchboard installation example
other DiN modular devices.
DIN actuator
for installation in switchboards
Load
connection
terminals
Load control
pushbutton
Example of installation
inside a junction box
Configurator
housing
Removable adapter
for installation
on DIN rail
in switchboards
Removable
front cover
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new 230 vAc ActuAtors And
4 relay actuator in
DIN module BMSW1003
diMMers
New actuators and dimmers, part
MY HOME - AUTOMATiON
of the Lighting Management offer
range, which thanks to the 230 Vac
power supply provide control of the
Multi load dimmer actuator in
DIN module with one output F416U1
load connected even when no power
is received from the BUS. in this case,
control is ensured using the keys
found on the device itself; they also
absorb an extremely limited amount
of current from the power supply of
the BUS, and therefore only have a
marginal impact on the maximum
number of devices that may be
new ActuAtors
installed on the BUS itself.
Some devices of the Energy
available on the Control devices, with
The catalogue offers actuators in
Management offer may also be used
the exception of the management
the 1, 2, and 4 relay versions with
in the automation system.
of the shutters. The connection with
independent outputs for lighting
DIN actuators:
the 230 Vac enables zero crossing,
devices only;
Two actuator devices capable
which makes the devices compatible
The 230 Vac power supply enables
of performing both energy
with the new energy saving lamps
zero crossing and allows them
management and automation
(compact fluorescent and LED).
to be particularly suitable for the
functions; one in the basic version
Flush mounted actuator:
management of the new energy
and one fitted with an integrated
Actuator conceived for installation in
saving lamps, such as compact
current sensor for the measurement
Living, Light, Light Tech and Axolute
fluorescent lamps and LED lamps.
of the consumption of the controlled
flush mounted supports, intended
There are also dimmers with 0/10
load (instantaneous consumption
for the automation and/or energy
V output, and two new “multi load”
and 2 energy totalizers that can be
management functions.
dimmers with 1 or 2 outputs, which
reset independently).
can control any type of load (with the
Configured in automation mode, they
exception of compact fluorescent
enable performing all the operations
DIN actuator
and LED lamps), and which enable
the user to install the dimmer on the
system, postponing the selection of
Flush mounted actuator
the lamp to a later date.
77
auTOmaTiON - GENERAL FEATURES
Actuator devices
ActuAtor selection BAsed on the function to Be MAnAged
oN/off lIGhTING
aNd loads
TYPe of aCTUaToR
lIVING/lIGhT/
lIGhT TeCh
aXolUTe
Flush mounted 2 module (*) 1 relay actuator
H4671/1
L4671/1
Flush mounted 2 MODULE (*) 2 relay actuator
Flush mounted 2 MODULE (*) dimmer actuator
Basic actuator
3475
Basic Actuator/Control
3476
1, 2, 4 relay DIN actuators
F411/1N (1 relay)
F411/2 (2 independent relays)
F411/4 (4 independent relays with one common clamp)
F411/1NC
F411/2NC
BMSW1001
BMSW1002
BMSW1003
DIN Dimmer actuators
78
* To be completed with key cover
MÀTIX
AM5851/1
lIGhTING WITh adJUsTMeNT (dIMMeR)
lIVING/lIGhT/
lIGhT TeCh
MÀTIX
aXolUTe
H4671/2
H4678
lIVING/
lIGhT/
lIGhT TeCh
L4671/2
MÀTIX
AM5851/2
MY HOME - AUTOMATiON
aXolUTe
MaNaGeMeNT of aUToMaTIsMs (e.G. CURTaINs aNd shUTTeRs)
L4678
F411/1N (1 relay - e.g.to control a solenoid valve) -)
F411/2 (2 relays - ex. for 230 Vac motors -)
F411/4 (4 independent relays with one common clamp)
F413N (for electronic ballasts and LED lamps)
F414 (for 60 - 1000 VA resistive loads and ferromagnetic transformers)
F415 (for 60 - 400 VA Electronic transformers)
F416U1
F417U2
BMDI1001
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automation - GENERAL FEATURES
Actuator devices:
selection of the actuators depending on the type of load
The table allows identification of the actuator device depending on what it is to be used for, the electrical features of the load
to be controlled and the installation features.
Table of the loads
Power supply/
frequency
Actuators
Controllable loads
Energy saving
Resistive loads
incandescent and
halogen lamps
3475
3476
A
PL
M
G1
G2
P
Linear fluorescent Compact
Electronic
lamps 1)
fluorescent lamps transformers
Ferromagnetic
transformers 2)
Reducer motor for
shutters 3)
2 A cosφ0.5
500 VA
-
27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz 2 A
500 W
2A
500 W
-
40 W
1 lamp maximum
27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz 10 A
2300 W
16 A
3500 W
4A
1000 W
500 W
4A
10 lamps maximum 1000 W
4 A cosφ0.5
1000 VA
27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz 6 A
1400 W
10 A
2300 W
1A
250 W
250 W
1A
4 lamps maximum 250 W
2 A cosφ0.5
500 VA
2A
500 W
27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz 2 A
500 W
6A
1400 W
0.3 A
70 W
70 W
0.3 A
2 lamps maximum 70 W
2 A cosφ0.5
500 VA
2A
500 W
F413N
27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz -
-
2.5 A
550 W 4)
MAX. 10 ballast
type T5, T8, compact
or driver for LED
-
-
-
F414
27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz 0.25 - 4 A
60 - 1000 W
0.25 - 4 A
60 - 1000 W
-
-
-
0.25 - 4 A
60 - 1000 VA
-
F415
27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz -
-
-
-
0.25 - 1.7A
60 - 400 VA
-
-
27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz 6 A
1400 W
6A
1400 W
0.65 A
150 W
150 W
0.65 A
3 lamps maximum 150 W
2 A cosφ0.5
500 VA
-
27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz -
-
-
-
-
2A
500 W
L
L
-
L1
F411/1N
1
3
2
F411/2
F411/4
2
4
1
3
1
2
A
PL
M
G1
G2
P
L
NO
C NO
80
H/L4671/1
AM5851/1
3
4
5
L
L1
H/L4671/2
AM5851/2
A
PL
M
G
C
NO NO
-
Actuators
Controllable loads
Energy saving
incandescent and
halogen lamps
10 A
2300 W
Resistive
loads
16 A
3500 W
Linear fluorescent
lamps 1)
4A
1000 W
Compact
fluorescent lamps
500 W
10 lamps maximum
27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz
6A
1400 W
6A
1400 W
0,65 A
150 W
H/L4678
27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz
0.25 - 1.35 A
60 - 300 W
0.25 - 1.35 A
60 - 300 W
F522
[email protected]/60 Hz
10 A/
2300 W
16 A/
3500 W
4 A/
1000W
F523
[email protected]/60 Hz
10 A/
2300 W
16 A/
3500 W
4 A/
1000W
HD/HC/HS/L/N/NT4672N
[email protected]/60 Hz
10 A/
2300 W
16 A/
3500 W
4 A/
1000W
F416U1
100-240 Vac @
50/60 Hz
F417U2
100-240 Vac @
50/60 Hz
BMDI1001
100-240 Vac @
50/60 Hz
BMSW1001
100-240 Vac @
50/60 Hz
BMSW1002
BMSW1003
F411/1NC
3
1
27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz
Electronic
transformers
4A
1000 W
Ferromagnetic
transformers 2)
4 A cosφ0.5
1000 VA
Reducer motor for
shutters 3)
-
250 W
0.65 A
4 lamps maximum 150 W
1 A cosφ0.5
-
-
0.25 - 1.35 A
60 - 300 W
-
2
F411/2 NC
2
4
1
3
4A
500 W
10 lamps maximum
4A
500 W
10 lamps maximum
500 W
10 lamps maximum
4 A/
1000 W
4 A cosφ0.5/
1000 VA
4 A/
1000 W
4 A cosφ0.5/
1000 VA
4 A/
1000 W
4 A cosφ0.5/
1000 VA
4.3 A
1000 W
-
4.3 A
1000 W
4.3 A
1000 VA
1.7 A
400 W
-
1.7 A
400 W
1.7 A
400 VA
-
16 A
3680 W
2.5 A
550 W 4)
MAX. 10
ballast type T5, T8,
compact or driver
for LED
4.3 A
10X(2X36W)
5A
1150 W
16 A
3680 W
16 A
3680 VA
no
100-240 Vac @
50/60 Hz
16 A
3680 W
4.3 A
10X(2X36W)
5A
1150 W
16 A
3680 W
16 A
3680 VA
no
100-240 Vac @
50/60 Hz
16 A
3680 W
4.3 A
10X(2X36W)
5A
1150 W
16 A
3680 W
16 A
3680 VA
no
Notes:
1) fluorescent lamps with corrected power factor, energy saving lamps, discharge lamps.
2) it is necessary to consider the efficiency of the transformer in order to calculate the effective power of the actuator load. For instance, if you connect a dimmer to a 100VA
ferromagnetic transformer with efficiency 0.8, the effective power of the load will be 125VA. The transformer must be loaded at its rated power and, in any case, never below 90%
of that power. It is recommended to use one transformer rather than several transformers in parallel. For instance, it is preferred to use one 250VA transformer with 5 50W spotlights
connected rather than 5 50VA transformers in parallel, each with a 50W spotlight.
symbol shown of the actuators refers to a reducer motor for shutters.
3) the
4) only compatible with the selected lamps with Ballast 1/10 V.
MY HOME - AUTOMATiON
Table of The loads
Power supply/
frequency
81
AUTOMATION - GENERAL FEATURES
Interfaces
CONTACT INTERFACE IN DIN
CONTACT INTERFACE IN BASIC
MODULE
MODULE
With this device it is possible to
The essential feature of this
connect traditional devices to the BUS,
device, due to the reduced overall
such as switches and pushbuttons,
dimensions, is the rear-device
thus extending the use of the BUS to
installation mode. As a result, it is
traditional pre-existing systems.
possible to install the interface in a
It is also possible to interface
503E box right behind the traditional
thermostats, control devices, humidity
devices (e.g. switch, pushbutton) or
detectors, wind detectors etc.
behind electronic shallow devices
(e.g. controls, detectors).
It is also possible to interface
thermostats, humidity detectors,
wind detectors etc. This installation
solution simplifies the conversion of
traditional electric systems into home
DIN module contact
interface
automation systems, as it makes it
possible to keep the existing flush
mounted boxes, without the need for
masonry work.
Basic module
contact interface
External devices
82
Prestige switch
(reuse of historical devices)
Wire Automation extension
with radio devices
among these devices and those
This solution can also be extended,
described in the previous pages
in the BUS wiring is performed
with some advantages, to new
can be expanded at any time by
“wirelessly” from two special
buildings; for example in offices
extending the wiring or adding new
interfaces connected to the BUS:
with moving walls it may be useful
devices.
„„
a receiving interface, for the
to include in the system the wired
However, this is not always easy
control of any actuator of the wired
actuators in the false ceiling, and
to do; in some buildings, either
system using a radio control;
use the radio controls to easily move
historic and/or valuable buildings,
„„
a transmitting interface for the
the extension of the system entails
control of any radio actuators
unavoidable and costly interventions
using a wired system control.
on the building work. To avoid the
The integration between the two
above inconveniences, particular
technologies, radio and wired,
radio devices may be used (controls
enables therefore the installer to
and actuators), which give the
select each time the best solution
possibility of adding new command
that meets the requirements of
and control points for the users, in
the customer, both in terms of
positions that cannot be reached by
functionality, and in relation to the
the BUS wiring. The logic connection
homes.
the walls to change the layout of
buildings and furniture.
MY HOME - AUTOMATiON
The wired automation system
Practical example of a wire system with the addition of a radio control
Radio
control
Radio receiving
interface
Radio
actuator
Power
cable
Power cable and
Automation BUS
83
auTOmaTiON - GENERAL FEATURES
Wire Automation extension
with radio devices
wire/rAdio eXtension Mode
1. Addition of one or more radio
control points
This mode is useful whenever one
This is done by installing a receiving
wants to add not originally planned
interface in the BUS wire system by
control points to the existing system
means of which one or more wire
or to manage a new system from
devices (actuators, module scenarios
positions which the BUS cannot
etc.) can be managed with radio
reach.
controls.
1 Extension of wire system with bus to control the rolling shutter with radio control and with a convenient remote control.
Extra radio
control for
rolling shutter
Light
control
Existing rolling
shutter control
Power supply
Radio receiving
interface
230 Vac
Light
actuator
TV/SAT
automazione
IPTV
TV/SAT
antifurto
termoregolazione
videocitofonia
controllo
lan
controllo carichi
energia
diffusione sonora
IPTV
TV/SAT
antifurto
termoregolazione
videocitofonia
controllo
lan
controllo carichi
energia
IPTV
luci
tvcc
IPTV
luci
Light
84
TV/SAT
Shutter
actuator
tvcc
www
irrigazione
Shutters
Radio remote
control
www
irrigazione
This mode is useful whenever one
3. Addition of actuators and radio controls
This is done by installing a
wants to add not originally planned
The wire system can be extended
transmitting interface in the BUS
actuators to the existing system or
using actuators and radio controls at
system by means of which one
to manage users with a new system
the same time.
or more radio actuators can be
by means of actuators situated in
in this case just one receiving
managed with wire devices.
positions which the BUS cannot
interface and one transmitting
reach.
interface are installed in the bus
MY HOME - AUTOMATiON
2. Addition of one or more radio actuators
suitably configured in “physical
expansion” mode.
2 Extension of wire system with bus to control a radio actuator to manage a new lamp
Shutter
control
Light
control
Power supply
Radio transmitting
interface
230 Vac
Light
actuator
TV/SAT
sonora
antifurto
termoregolazione
videocitofonia
controllo
automazione
IPTV
TV/SAT
lan
controllo carichi
energia
TV/SAT
Shutter
actuator
diffusione sonora
antifurto
termoregolazione
videocitofonia
controllo
IPTV
TV/SAT
lan
controllo carichi
energia
IPTV
luci
tvcc
www
IPTV
luci
Light
tvcc
www
irrigazione
Shutters
Attuatore radio aggiuntivo
per nuova lampada
85
auTOmaTiON - GENERAL FEATURES
Wire Automation extension
with radio devices
control devices
Wall-mounting or flush-mounting flat
control
Flat control
These devices are completed with
special AXOLUTE, LiViNG, LiGHT or
LiGHT TECH key covers and cover
plates. Three versions are available:
„„
flat radio control powered by a
3V lithium battery, characterised
by a reduced thickness of only 13
mm and provided with a support
Flush mounted
control
for installations on walls made of
glass, wood or stone with doublesided adhesive tape or with screws
or screw anchors;
„„
flat radio control without battery,
fitted with a piezoelectric
generator;
„„
flat radio control set up for being
flush mounted with common
support.
Remote control 4 channels
Remote control 6 channels
Original in appearance, this remote
The remote control allows to control
control is a transmitting radio device
all the functions of a MY HOME
which can manage the MY HOME
system with the receiver interface.
functions if used with receiving radio
This item is set up for being used
interface. The remote control has 4
by disabled people as it has been
keys, the same as the number of radio
designed in collaboration with the
channels available.
iNAiL Centro Protesi (Prosthesis
Center).
Remote control 4 channels
Remote control 6 channels
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rAdio controls - functions perforMed And Mode of interfAcing with the wire AutoMAtion systeM
MaIN fUNCTIoNs
ON/OFF
lights with
dimmer
UP/DOWN
shutters
Video door
entry system
(4)
Sound system
management
Call (R) Scenario or
Programming (P)
CEN control
(5)
Auxiliary
channels
Radio
interface
3528
Interface
functioning
mode
Interface mode
configuration
Self-learning (2)
M=0
Remote scenarios
M=6–8 (1)
Scenario
programmer
M=CEN
Self-learning (2)
M=0
Remote scenarios
M=6–8 (1)
Scenario
programmer
M=CEN
Physical expansion
(3)
M=1
Self-learning (2)
SPE=0
Automation
SPE=1
Remote scenarios
SPE=6
Sound system
SPE=8
Video door entry
system
SPE=9
R
P
3527
R
P
HC/HS4575
L/N/
NT4575N
H/L4572PI
HA/HB/L4572
MY HOME - AUTOMATiON
Radio remote
control
R
HA/HB/L4572SB
R
P
Notes:
(1) Correspondence between the radio control pushbuttons and the scenarios saved (item F420).
See “Configuration” section for details
(2) Mode which associates a function performed by the control or system actuator to each pushbutton
(3) Extension of the wire system with radio controls
(4) Electric door lock, staircase lights, call to the floor, self-switching ON and cycle camera control.
The last 2 functions are only available with video modulator item F442.
(5) Control to manage the scenario programmer item MH200.
HC/HS4575SB
L/N/
NT4575SB
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auTOmaTiON - GENERAL FEATURES
Wire Automation extension
with radio devices
DIN actuator
ActuAtors
The catalogue has various types of
actuators directly supplied by the
230V a.c. power line connected to the
load to be controlled. Depending on
the type of load to control and on the
Basic actuators
type of installation, it is possible to
choose the following devices:
„„
flush mounted;
„„
Basic module;
„„
DiN module;
„„
mobile type, in an enclosure with
plug and socket for mobile loads
Mobile radio actuator
(e.g. floor lamps).
Support
Box
Blanking module
Flush mounted radio actuator
Cover plate
88
overview of the ActuAtors
This table lists the radio actuators divided by type of use.
INsTallaTIoN Mode
CURTaIN aNd
shUTTeR MaNaGeMeNT
LIVING/
LIGHT/
LIGHT TECH
AXOLUTE
H4573/2
L4573/2
Flush mounted.
To be completed with key cover.
H4574
L4574
Flush mounted
3470
In an electric system socket, mobile
3526
3526/10
3526/16
In DIN switchboard
F470/1
F470/2
H4573/2
L4573/2
Mobile radio
actuator
Basic radio
actuator
Radio actuator
with 1 relay
Radio actuator
with 2 relays
Flush mounted.
To be completed with key cover.
LIVING/
LIGHT/
LIGHT TECH
AXOLUTE
MY HOME - AUTOMATiON
oN/off lIGhTING
aNd loads
Radio
actuator
F470/2
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automation - GENERAL FEATURES
Selection of the radio actuators
The table allows identification of
features of the load to be controlled
the actuator device depending on
and the installation features.
what it is to be used for, the electrical
Table of the loads
Power supply
frequency
Actuators
A
PL
M
G1
G2
P
3470
L
L
Controllable loads
Energy saving
incandescent and
halogen lamps
Resistive loads
Linear fluorescent
lamps 1)
Electronic
transformers
Ferromagnetic
transformers 2)
Reducer motor for
shutters 3)
50 Hz
2A
500 W
2A
500 W
-
-
2 A cosφ0.5
500 VA
-
50 Hz
10 A
2300 W
16 A
3500 W
4A
1000 W
4A
1000 W
4 A cosφ0.5
1000 VA
-
50 Hz
10 A
2300 W
10 A
2300 W
4A
1000 W
4A
1000 W
4 A cosφ0.5
1000 VA
-
50 Hz
10 A
2300 W
16 A
3500 W
4A
1000 W
4A
1000 W
4 A cosφ0.5
1000 VA
-
L1
3526
C
NO
3526/10
C
NO
3526/16
C
NO
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Actuators
F470/1
2
1
Controllable loads
Energy saving
incandescent and
halogen lamps
Resistive loads
Linear fluorescent
lamps 1)
Electronic
transformers
Ferromagnetic
transformers 2)
Reducer motor for
shutters 3)
50 Hz
6A
1400 W
10 A
2300 W
1A
230 W
1A
230 W
2 A cosφ0.5
500 VA
-
50 Hz
2A
500 W
6A
1400 W
0.3 A
70 W
0.3 A
70 W
2 A cosφ0.5
500 VA
2A
500 W
50 Hz
2A
500 W
2A
500 W
-
-
2 A cosφ0.5
500 VA
2A
500 W
50 Hz
0.2 – 2 A
50 – 500 W
0.2 – 2 A
50 – 500W
0.05 –0.3A
12 – 70W
0.05 – 0.3 A
12 – 70 W
0.2 –2 A cosφ0.5 50 – 500 VA
MY HOME - AUTOMATiON
Table of The loads
Power supply
frequency
3
F470/2
3
2
H/L4573/2
1
L
C1 C2
H/L4574
L
C1 C2
Notes:
1) fluorescent lamps with corrected power factor, energy saving lamps, discharge lamps.
2) it is necessary to consider the efficiency of the transformer in order to calculate the effective power of the actuator load. For instance, if you connect a dimmer to a 100 Va ferromagnetic
transformer with efficiency 0.8, the effective power of the load will be 125 Va. The transformer must be loaded at its rated power and, in any case, never below 90% of that power.
It is recommended to use one transformer rather than several transformers in parallel. For instance, it is preferred to use one 250 Va transformer with 5 50 W spotlights connected
rather than 5 50 Va transformers in parallel, each with a 50 W spotlight.
3) the
symbol shown on the actuators refers to a reducer motor for shutters.
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automation - ConfiguraTion
General concepts
This chapter describes the general
Actuator address -
concepts for the “physical” and
Physical Configuration
“virtual” configuration of the MY
The address of each actuator is
positions (G1, G2 and G3) as they can
HOME automation devices. For
defined uniquely by assigning the
belong to several different groups at
each item, the “Technical Sheets”
numeric configurators 1 to 9 in
the same time.
chapter describes the functions that
positions A (Room) and PL (Light
can be realised depending on the
Point inside the Room).
Example: The actuator configured with A = 1, PL = 3
configurators used.
A maximum of 9 addresses can be
and G = 4 is device 3 of room 1 belonging to group 4.
defined for each room; a maximum of
Actuators:
9 rooms can be defined in a system.
address and type of control
The group of belonging is defined by
To understand the addressing logical
inserting a third numeric configurator
it is useful to define some terms
in the housing identified with G
which will occur frequently in this
(Group).
guide.
Some actuators have several G
Room (A)
Set of devices belonging to a logical
Physical Configuration
area (in a home, for example, the
living room, the bedroom, etc.).
ROOM 9
Light Point (PL)
A =9
PL = 1
A =9
PL = 2
A =9
PL = 1
A =9
PL = 2
A =9
PL = 2
A =9
PL = 9
Numeric identification of the single
actuators inside the Room.
Group (G)
A =9
PL = 9
Set of devices also belonging to
ROOM...
different rooms but which must be
rolling shutters of the North side of
the home, the lighting of the day
area, etc.).
ROOM 2
1–9
ROOM 1
A =1
PL = 1
A =1
PL = 1
A =1
PL = 1
GROUP 1
1–9
A = GR
PL = 1
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1–9
A =1
PL = 2
A =1
PL = 9
A =1
PL = 2
A =0
PL = 9
GROUP 9
controlled at the same time (e.g. the
logicAl eXtension
virtuAl configurAtion
For special applications such as
A maximum of 16 addresses can be
extended systems in houses or
defined for each room(PL=0-15);
service/industrial rooms, where the
a maximum of 16 rooms can be
use of many devices may exceed
defined in a system. (A=0 -10).
the configuration limits mentioned
above, interface item F422 can be
used, configured in the “logical
expansion” mode.
This mode can make an extended
system made up of several individual
systems (see “General rules for
installation” section).
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ActuAtor Address -
Virtual configuration
ROOM 10
A = 10
PL = 0
A = 10
PL = 1
A = 10
PL = 0
A = 10
PL = 1
A = 10
PL = 1
A = 10
PL = 15
A = 10
PL = 15
ROOM ...
ROOM 1
A =0
PL = 1
A =0
PL = 1
A =0
PL = 1
A =0
PL = 15
A =0
PL = 2
A =0
PL = 15
GRoUP 1
1 – 15
A =0
PL = 2
GRoUP 255
0 – 15
ROOM 0
A = GR
PL = 1
1 – 255
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General features
controls: Address And type
of control
The control devices also have
configurators with graphics which
positions A and PL to define the
enable the device to send the control
addresses of the devices which
with the various ways listed in the
receive the control (actuators).
table below.
For these positions there are numeric
Mode for addressing the devices using the Physical Configuration
TYPe of CoNTRol
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Mode for addressing the devices using the Virtual Configuration
TYPe of CoNTRol
CoNTRol deVICe
CoNTRol deVICe
configurator socket
value of the configurator
Configurable address
Configuration
Point-point
A
PL
1-9
1-9
Point-point
A
PL
0-10
0-15
Room
A
PL
AMB
1-9
Room
A
PL
AMB
0-10
Group
A
PL
GR
1-9
Group
A
PL
GR
1-255
General
A
PL
GEN
-
General
A
PL
GEN
-
eXAMples of configurAtion
Group control
if the No. 3 control is configured with
if the No. 7 control is configured
identified with G = 1 (thus belonging
A = 2 and PL = 3, this device sends
with A = GR and PL = 1, this device
to group 1).
the control to the actuator identified
sends the control to the actuator
with A = 2 and PL = 3.
PoINT-PoINT
CoNTRol
2
1
4
3
A = 1
PL = 2
A = 1
PL = 1
GRoUP CoNTRols
RooM
CoNTRols
A = 1
PL = 3
5
A = 2
PL = 1
7
6
A = AMB
PL = 1
A = AMB
PL = 2
GeNeRal
CoNTRols
8
A = GR
PL = 1
9
A = GR
PL = 2
A = GEN
PL = –
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Point-point control
BUS
actuators
= Point-point control
A = 1
PL = 1
G = 1
1
A = 1
PL = 2
G = 1
2
A = 1
PL = 3
G = 2
3
A = 2
PL = 1
G = 2
4
A = 2
PL = 2
G = 1
5
A = 2
PL = 3
G = 1
6
= Group control
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Addressing levels
For a better understanding of the
Example: control for a single load (lamp, fan, rolling shutter, etc.)
concepts described in the previous
RooM 1
page, the four addressing modes are
RooM 2
described below.
The control devices (senders) can
activate the actuators (receivers) with
A = 1
PL = 1
the following modes.
A = 1
PL = 2
A = 1
PL = 3
A = 2
PL = 1
A = 2
PL = 2
A = 2
PL = 3
A = 2
PL = 1
A = 2
PL = 2
A = 2
PL = 3
point-point control
TV/SAT
TV/SAT
IPTV
Direct control
to one actuator
TV/SATIPTV
IPTV
TV/SAT
TV/SAT
IPTV
IPTV
identified by a “room number” and a
“light point number”.
A = 1
PL = 1
A = 1
PL = 2
A = 1
PL = 3
Control device:
A = n*
PL = n*
Actuator:
A = n*
PL = n*
rooM control
Direct control to all the actuators
Example: control for all the lamps of a room
identified by the same room number.
RooM 1
RooM 2
A = 1
PL = 1
A = 1
PL = 2
A = 1
PL = 3
A = 2
PL = 1
A = 2
PL = 2
A = 2
PL = 3
A = 1
PL = 1
A = 1
PL = 2
A = 1
PL = 3
A = 2
PL = 1
A = 2
PL = 2
A = 2
PL = 3
A = AMB
PL = 1
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n* = any numeric configurator from 1 to 9
A = AMB
PL = 2
Control device:
A = AMB PL = n*
Actuator:
A = n*
PL = n*
group control
Direct control to all the actuators
which perform particular functions
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even if they belong to different
rooms and are identified by the same
“group number”.
Example: control of all the lamps of a floor, on the North side of the building
RooM 1
RooM 2
A = GR
PL = 1
A = 1
PL = 1
A = 1
PL = 2
A = 1
PL = 3
A = 2
PL = 1
A = 2
PL = 2
A = 2
PL = 3
A =1
PL = 1
G =1
A =1
PL = 2
G =1
A =1
PL = 3
G =2
A =2
PL = 1
G =2
A =2
PL = 2
G =1
A =2
PL = 3
G =1
A = GR
PL = 2
A = AMB
PL = 1
Control device:
A = GR
PL = n*
Actuator:
A = n*
PL = n*
A = AMB
PL = 2
G = n*
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Addressing levels
generAl control
Direct control to all the system actuators
Example: control of all the lamps of the building
RooM 1
A = 1
PL = 1
RooM 2
A = 1
PL = 2
A = 1
PL = 3
A = 2
PL = 1
A = 2
PL = 2
A = 2
PL = 3
A = GR
PL = 1
A = GR
PL = 2
A =1
PL = 1
G =1
A =1
PL = 2
G =1
A =1
PL = 3
G =2
A =2
PL = 1
G =2
A =2
PL = 2
G =1
A = GEN
PL = -
A = AMB
PL = 1
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Control device:
A = GEN PL = /
Actuator:
A = n*
PL = n*
A = AMB
PL = 2
G = n*
n* = any numeric configurator from 1 to 9
A =2
PL = 3
G =1
Main operating modes
The function performed, i.e. what the
are flush mounted). The table below
can perform different functions, such
device must do, is defined by putting
lists the various operating modes as a
as setting the brightness, switching
configurators into the housings
function of the configurator and type
lamps on/off or opening/closing
marked with M of the control devices
of key cover used in the device.
rolling shutters.
and completing the devices with
keys and key covers (if the devices
CONTROL TABLE
Key covers
Configurator value (M)
Function performed
1 function
M
M
M
Cyclical ON-OFF control
Repeatedly pressing the relay actuators device key cover, ON and OFF controls will be sent in a cyclical way.
M
M
With dimmer actuators, keep the pushbutton pressed to adjust the load power.
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
no configurator
M
M
ON
M
M
SPE
1√4
M
1√8
1√8
ON
M
M
ON
M
ON
M
M
M
1√4
M
1√4
M
SPE
1√8
1√8
M
1√4
M
SPE
1√8
1√8
M
1√4
M
M
SPE
O/I
M
1√8
OFF
ON
M
OFF
M
OFF
M
M
1√8
ON control
M
1√8
SPE
When Mpressing theMcorresponding key cover, the device sends the ON control.
M
configurator ON
OFF
1√8
SLA
OFF
M
O/I
M
O/I
M
PUL
confiMMgurator PUL
O/I
M
M
M
M
confiM gurator
ON
M
M
M
M
M
SPE
M
O/I
M
M
PUL
PUL
Bistable control with hold (UP-DOWN for rolling shutters)
UL
PressingM the keyP cover
(lower or upper) sends the UP-DOWN control to the rolling shutter motor. After the control has been sent, press the lower or upper key cover again, to stop the rolling shutter in the required position.
M
1√8
1√8
1√8
ON/OFF control
Used with relay actuators, when the upper key cover is pressed the device sends an ON control; when the lower
key cover is pressed the device sends an OFF control.With dimmer actuators, pressing the upper and lower key
cover adjusts the load power.
SLA
1√8
configurator O/I
M
PUL
99
M
M
O/I
PUL
SLA
M
1√8
1√8
M
M
M
M
M
M
Monostable control (UP-DOWN for rolling shutters)
The device sends an UP-DOWN control for a rolling shutter motor as long as the lower or upper key cover is
pressed. When the key cover is released, the motor STOPS.
OFF
M
SPE
1√4
1√4
M
configurator
OFF
SLA
1√8
M
2 FUNCTION
M
SLA
SLA
Monostable ON-OFF
control (pushbutton)
This mode can perform an ON/OFF control similar to the control of a traditional point-point pushbutton, thus
intended just for one address.
M
ON
M
M
M
M
M
M
1√8
OFF control 1√8
1√8
1√8
When pressing
the corresponding key cover, the device sends the OFF control.
M
confiMguratorO / I OFF
M
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The devices in the automation system
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automation - ConfiguraTion
Main operating modes
Cen operating mode
with the CEN configurator in the M
AM5831M2, by pressing the T1
This particular mode is used to
position. The key (upper or lower) of
(upper) and T2 (lower) pushbuttons.
manage scenario programmer
the control device and the scenario
For the correspondence between
devices item MH200N.
to be activated are linked through
the control keys and the scenarios to
As described in the pages of this
the TiMH200 program written to
activate see the table:
guide, the device can manage
create the scenarios and then saving
even complex scenarios activated
them in the MH200N device.
automatically after events in the
For example, two independent
system or manually by pressing a
scenarios can be activated using
key of a control device configured
the special control H/L4651M2,
Type of control
Special control
H/L4651M2 and AM5831M2
Configuration
A=0–9; PL=0–9; M=CEN; LIV1/AUX=0; LIV2=0; SPE=0; I=0
Basic control for 2 independent loads
H/L4652/2 and AM5832/2
A1=0–9; PL1=0–9; M1=CEN; A2=0; PL2=0; M2=0
Basic control for 3 independent loads
H/L4652/3 and AM5832/3
M
M
M
M
Identification of scenario activation keys
T1
T2
T1
A1=0–9; PL1=0–9; M1=CEN; A2=0; PL2=0; M2=CEN
T2
T1 T2
A1=0–9; PL1=0–9; A2=0; PL2=0; A3=0; PL3=0; M=CEN
T3 T4
T1 T2 T3
T4 T5 T6
Main actuator operating modes
The actuators can be configured for the following operating modes:
M
1√4
M
1√4
M
SPE
M
SPE
M
M
ACTUATOR TABLE
Configurator value (M)
M
M
ON
1√8
1√8
1√8
1√8
M
1√4
Function performed
M
SPE
1√8
1√8
1√8
1√8
Special functions
This mode can perform special functions (OFF delayed, STOP timed) on the basis of the type of actuator used (single or double) and the numeric
configurator inserted.
configurator 1÷4
OFF
M
SLA
M
SLA
M
1√8
Slave
This mode can perform a control with two or more actuators. In practice the actuators with the SLA (Slave) configurator repeat the function
performed by another actuator which acts as Master.
The actuators must have the same addresses and must be of the same type (either all light actuators or all rolling shutter actuators).
configurator SLA
O/I
M
M
PUL
M
PUL
SLA
PUL
The device does not operate with the Room and General controls.
configurator PUL
100
M
PUL
Examples of configuration
Group control
group or several room actuators) and
the management of three lamps
Group control 7 marked with A=GR
from the configurators in position
and three shutters. Each actuator is
and PL=1, controls actuators 1 and 2
M to define the function (ON/OFF or
identified by three numbers: Room
marked with G=1
ON/DOWN).
number (A), device progressive
General control
number (PL for light actuators and
The devices identified A=GEN and
control operAting Mode
PL1 and PL2 for shutter actuators)
PL= - (no configurator) send a general
The configurator inserted in position
and Group (G) of belonging.
control to all the actuators, for the
M of each control device identifies
defining the Addresses
lights and for the shutters, in the
the operating mode.
Point-point control
system.
The O/i configurator specifies a lamp
switching on control which is given
Control 1 (A = 1, PL = 1) controls
actuators 1 (A = 1, PL = 1 and G = 1).
NOTE: The actuators which manage the shutters,
by pressing the upper key cover (ON)
in the same way control 2 (A = 1,
unlike those for the lights, are configured in the same
and the lower key cover (OFF).
PL = 2) controls actuator 2 (A = 1,
way in the two positions PL1 and PL2.
The configurators
PL = 2 and G = 1) etc..
and
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The drawing shows a system for
M in
Room control
The control devices are instead
position M instead specify a control
Room control 8 (A=AMB, PL=2)
distinguished from the configurators
to manage the rolling shutters
controls actuators 4 and 5 marked
in positions A and PL which specify
intended for actuators 4, 5 and 6.
with A=2
the addresses of the actuators
receiving the control (one only, a
PoINT-PoINT
CoNTRol
GRoUP
RooM
CoNTRols CoNTRols
1
2
3
4
A =1
PL = 1
M = O/I
A =1
PL = 2
M = O/I
A =1
PL = 3
M = O/I
A =2
PL = 1
M = M
5
6
A =2
PL = 2
M = M
A =3
PL = 1
M = M
GeNeRal
CoNTRols
7
8
9
A = GR
PL = 1
M = O/I
A = AMB
PL = 2
M = M
A = GEN
PL = –
M = O/I
10
A = GEN
PL = –
M = M
BUS
actuators
1
2
3
4
5
6
A = 1
PL = 1
G = 1
A = 1
PL = 2
G = 1
A = 1
PL = 3
G = 2
A = 2
PL = 1
G = 1
A = 2
PL = 2
G = 2
A = 3
PL = 1
G = 1
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Maximum distances and absorptions
This chapter outlines the details for
For the purpose of the above
availability of current according to
ensuring a correct realisation of a MY
calculations, refer to the TECHNiCAL
the length of the cable.
HOME automation system:
DATA shown in the Technical Sheets
When setting up, please observe the
„„
Selv classification
chapter.
following rules:
„„
Maximum distances and
When calculating the absorptions,
absorptions
it is also necessary to consider the
„„
Maximum number of devices
which can be configured
selv clAssificAtion
The automation system is SELV
1 The connection between the power supply and the furthest away device must not be longer than 250m.
Power supply
Device
Junction box
(Safety Extra Low Voltage) classified
due to the fact that it is powered
using double safety insulation
independent devices, not connected
to the earth, and with maximum
operating voltage of 27 Vdc, nonundulated, in accordance with CEi EN
600065. it is therefore comparable
to a SELV source as described in
point 411.125 of CEi 64-8-4. The
conformity to SELV classification
is only guaranteed subject to full
compliance with current installation
regulations, and with the general
rules for installation for each single
2 The total length of the connections must not be more than 500 metres (extended cable).
device and cable making up the
system recommended by BTicino.
MAXiMuM distAnces of the
Bus cABle And ABsorptions
The maximum number of devices
that can be connected to the BUS
depends on their total absorption
and on the distance between the
connection point and the power
supply. The power supply unit can
deliver up to 1200 mA or 600 mA;
ihence, the maximum number of
devices will be determined by the
sum of the absorptions of the single
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devices you need to install.
Power supply
Device
Junction box
3 For optimum division of the currents on the BUS line power supply should be positioned in the middle.
ON
OFF
OFF
A
A
PRI
E49
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
185 – 175 mA
50/60 Hz
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
B
E46ADCN
B
SCS
E49
1
1
2
2
C1
3
3
4
C2
4
1
5
1
5
C3
2
2
C1
C4
3
3
4
C2
4
5
5
C3
C4
With Power supply E46ADCN:
With Power supply E49:
A
= 250 m max
A
= 250 m max
B
= 250 m max
B
= 250 m max
A + B = 500 m
Maximum current supplied from
the power supply 1200 mA.
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ON
A + B = 500 m
Maximum current supplied from
the power supply 600 mA.
NOTE: If a UTP5 cable is used instead of a BUS L4669 cable, distances must halved.
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Maximum distances and absorptions
MAXiMuM distAnces for the
connection of ActuAtors
Example of connection with itemF411/1N
depending on the loAd
N
in order to manage some types of
L
loads correctly, it is necessary to
observe the installation specifications
for all actuators used.
„„
Fluorescent lamps: the length of
the connecting cable between the
1
2
3
F411/1N
1 2
3
L N
MIN 3 m
C1
actuator and the load must not
be less than 3m. Do not connect
more than 15 actuators controlling
this type of lamp on the same line.
„„
Metallic iodide and sodium-
Warning: Refer to the technical data shown on the technical sheets for each actuator
vapor lamps: in addition to
the indications given for the
fluorescent lamps, please pay
attention to the operating
instructions of these lamps (for
example, avoid switching on when
hot), do not connect dimmers to
the same line of these lamps, keep
the bus line and the power line of
these lamps separated from each
other (at least 1 metre)
„„
Three-phase networks: when using
three-phase networks, check the
balance of the phases as well as
Maximum distances for connecting the contact interface
50 m
the quality of the network.
Non-compliance of the above
regulations may affect proper
A
PL1
PL2
M
SPE
operation of the devices.
PL1
MAXiMuM distAnce for
interfAce
interface (basic or DiN module) and
the traditional type device must not
exceed 50 metres in length. Several
pushbuttons may be connected to
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the interface inputs.
C
Prestige switch
(reuse of historical
devices)
connecting the contAct
The connection between the
PL2
BUS
ABsorptions, siZe And dissipAtions
Item
Description
actuator
control actuator
contact interface
power supply
E49
F411/1N 1)
F411/2 1)
mini power supply
1-relay actuator
2-relay actuator
F411/4 1)
4-relay actuator
F412 1)
F413N 1)
F414
1-relay NC/NA actuator
output 1 to 10 for ballast
DIN dimmer
F415
F522
F523
F420
F422
DIN dimmer
actuator 16A with current sensor
actuator 16A
scenario module
SCS/SCS interface
F425
F426
F427
F428
F429
H/L4651M2 AM5831M2
memory module
SCS/EIB interface
OPEN KNX interface
contact interface
SCS/DALI interface
special control
H/L4652/2 AM5832/2
H/L4652/3 AM5832/3
H/L4671/1 AM5851/1
H/L4671/2 AM5851/2
H/L4678
H/L4684
HD/HC/HS/L/N/NT4575SB
HD/HC/HS/L/N/NT4607
HD/HC/HS/L/N/NT4607/4
HD/HC/HS/L/N/NT4610
HD/HC/HS/L/N/NT4611
HD/HC/HS/L/N/NT4672N
HD/HC/HS/L/N/NT4680
BMSE1001
BMSE2001
BMSE2002
BMSE2003
BMSE2004
BMSE2005
F416U1
F417U2
BMDI1001
BMSW1001
BMSW1002
BMSW1003
control for 2 actuators
control for 3 actuators
1-relay actuator
2-relay actuator
flush-mounting dimmer
colour Touch Screen
SB receiving radio interface
protected control
protected scenario control
fixed IR detector
swivel IR detector
16 A flush mounted 2 module actuator
scenario control
passive infrared ceiling sensor
wide band wall/ceiling sensor
narrow band wall/ceiling sensor
two-way narrow band wall/ceiling sensor
one-way narrow band wall/ceiling sensor
double technology band wall/ceiling sensor
dimmer actuator1000W TC
dimmer actuator1000W 2x400 W TC
dimmer actuator1000W 1/10 V
1-relay 230 Vac actuator
2-relay 230 Vac actuator
4-relay 230 Vac actuator
13 mA
13 mA
3.5 mA
22 mA
28 mA (single loads)
15.5 mA (interlock)
40 mA (single loads)
22 mA (interlock)
20 mA
30 mA
9 mA
9 mA
30 mA
10 mA
20 mA
IN: 25 mA
OUT: 2mA
5 mA
30 mA
9 mA
5 mA
6 mA for H4651M2
8.5 mA for L4651M2 and AM5831M2
9 mA
9 mA
16.5 mA
13.5 mA
9 mA
80 mA
33 mA
15 mA
12 mA
4.5 mA
4.5 mA
10 mA
9 mA
10 mA
12 mA
12 mA
12 mA
12 mA
17 mA
5 mA
5 mA
5 mA
5 mA
5 mA
5 mA
Size
Basic module
Basic module
Basic module
8 DIN modules
Dissipation
Dissipated power
Max. load
with max. load
2 DIN modules
2 DIN modules
2 DIN modules
11 W
6W
5.3 W
1.5 W
1.7 W
2 DIN modules
3.2 W
2 DIN modules
2 DIN modules
4 DIN modules
1.5 W
0.5 W
11W
5W
11 W
4 DIN modules
1 DIN module
1 DIN module
2 DIN modules
2 DIN modules
2 DIN modules
6 DIN modules
6 DIN modules
2 DIN modules
6 DIN modules
2 flush-mounting mod.
2 flush-mounting mod.
3 flush-mounting mod.
2 flush-mounting mod.
2 flush-mounting mod.
2 flush-mounting mod.
3+3 flush-mounting mod.
2 flush-mounting mod.
2 flush-mounting mod.
2 flush-mounting mod.
2 flush-mounting mod.
2 flush-mounting mod.
2 flush-mounting mod.
2 flush-mounting mod.
l=75/p=40/h=20
l=115.86/p=69.6/h=91
l=115.86/p=69.6/h=92
l=115.86/p=69.6/h=93
l=115.86/p=69.6/h=94
l=115.86/p=69.6/h=95
6 DIN modules
6 DIN modules
6 DIN modules
4 DIN modules
4 DIN modules
6 DIN modules
1.2 A
0.5 A
1000W
500W
400W
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3475
3476
3477
E46ADCN
Absorption from Bus
(power supply 27 Vcc)
0.6 W
1W
0.1 W
0.2 W
0.9 W
0.9 W
3W
300 W
8W
8W
1000 W
2 X 400 W
1.2 W
1.7 W
2.8 W
NOTE:
1) the power dissipated indicated is that corresponding to the device with all the relays loaded at the load maximum. If the load is less the dissipated power is less and may be calculated
by means of the following formula: P[mW]=140+400*N+10*[I12+I22+...IN2]
P: dissipated power in mW,
N: no. of loaded relays
IN: load current corresponding to the N relay.
Install the items with greater dissipated power (in special power supplies and dimmers) in lower positions in the switchboard for easier heat dissipation.
Do not place devices which dissipate a power greater than 5W side by side, but leave an empty module between them.
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automation - General rules for installation
Maximum distances and absorptions
If the absorption of the whole system
PHYSICAL EXPANSION MODE
Positions I3 and I4 shall be configured
is less than 600 mA, the E49 compact
Limit systems shall be applied to
according to the configuration of
power supply can be used. If the
each bus in terms of absorption and
the Automation devices in the two
absorption is between 600 and 1200
maximum wiring distance, as shown
systems connected to each other.
mA, use the E46ADCN power supply.
in the previous page. Therefore, it
With reference to the picture, let us
For extended systems with current
is not possible to supply a system
suppose, for example, that I3=2, I4=7:
absorption over 1200 mA or 600
consisting of two or more buses with
„„
on the input bus (IN), the addresses
mA powered by power supplies
only one power supply unit item
of Automation devices No. 1 must
E46ADCN and E49, it will be
E46ADCN or E49
be between A=1 / PL=1 and A=2 /
necessary to split the system into
, connected to each other by
PL=6;
several lines, each powered by its
interfaces configured in “physical
own power supply and connected
expansion” mode even if the number
addresses of Automation devices
to each other using interface F422
and type of components connected
No. 2 must be between A=2 /
configured in “Physical expansion”
to the system do not exceed the set
PL=8 to the address of the next
mode.
maximum absorption (1200 mA).
interface.
„„
on the output bus (OUT), the
A/PL = 28 53
230 Vac
F422
OUT
OUT
F422
OUT
F422
I1 = –
I2 = –
I3 = 2
I4 = 7
MOD = 1
F422
C
C
IN
IN
IN
230 Vac
230 Vac
A/PL = 11 26
106
I1 = –
I2 = –
I3 = 5
I4 = 4
MOD = 1
A/PL = 55 99
instAllAtion rules
When setting up the system, consider
„„
it is possible to use up to 4
interfaces in series, which divide
„„
The buses, connected to the
the system into 5 separate
interface input and output, must
be supplied with their own power
sections.
„„
The F420 scenario module, the
supply unit; additionally, the
F425 memory module, and the
system limits apply for each of
devices that can be configured
them, in terms of absorption and
using the self-learning mode must
maximum distance.
be installed on the bus section
„„
Therefore, it is not possible to
corresponding to their own
supply a system consisting of
local address. For example if the
two or more buses with only one
scenario module is configured
power supply unit (E46ADCN or
as A=0 (no configurator), PL=1, it
E49) connected to each other
will have to be placed on section
by various interfaces configured
1 of the system. The energy
in physical expansion mode
management system central unit,
even if the number and type of
item F421, and the control panel,
components connected to the
item N4682, must be installed on
system do not exceed the set
the BUS with the highest addresses
maximum absorption (1200 mA).
(system no. 3 in the example).
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the following recommendations:
„„
it is not possible to connect two
interfaces in parallel to the same
BUS
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auTOmaTiON - GENERAL RULES FOR iNSTALLATiON
Maximum number of devices which can be configured
physicAlly configured
single systeM
A single system can manage up to 9
points (PL), for a total of 81 addresses.
it is also possible to have several
rooms (A). For each room, it will then
To these addresses, any inclusion in
devices with the same address.
be possible to manage up to 9 light
one or more groups must be added.
A
PL1
PL2
M
SPE
Power supply
Shutter
control
Dimmer
control
ON
3 31
81 addResses MaX.
Basic contact
interface
ART. 3477
OFF
PL1 PL2
C
BUS cable
230 Vac
DIN
dimmer
3 31
ART. 3477
Basic
actuator
T5H 250V
L
A
PL1
PL2
M
SPE
Flush-mounting
actuator
0245 06
F414
50Hz
230V~
60 1000V A
¤
A PL M G
PL1 PL2
C
virtuAlly configured single
systeM
light points (PL=0-15), for a total of
rooms (A=0-10). For each room it will
175 addresses (the address A=0, PL=0
then be possible to manage up to 16
is not permitted).
Basic contact
interface
A
PL1
PL2
M
SPE
Power supply
Shutter
control
230 Vac
Dimmer
control
Web server
Extra
power supply
ON
3 31
175 addResses MaX.
A single system can manage up to 11
ART. 3477
OFF
PL1 PL2
C
F453
Ethernet
cross-over cable
230 Vac
3 31
A
PL1
PL2
M
SPE
ART. 3477
Flush-mounting
actuator
T5H 250V
Basic
actuator
0245 06
F414
50Hz
230V~
60 1000V A
¤
A PL M G
PL1 PL2
C
2
1
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
175 – 165 mA
47/63 Hz
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
BUS cable
DIN
dimmer
L
108
1
Pc
Logical expansion of the addresses
virtuAlly configured
eXtended systeM with one
f422 interfAce
using interface F422 configured in
sector, there might be the need for
the “logic expansion” mode: with
Automation systems with a higher
configurator N0. 2 in position M, and
number of functions than the above.
No. 1 in i4.
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in larger homes, or in the service
in this case, it is possible to create
Power supply
Basic contact
interface
A
PL1
PL2
M
SPE
Shutter
control
Fan
control
Dimmer
control
3 31
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
Shutter
control
ART. 3477
PL1 PL2
C
230 Vac
DIN
actuator
Power supply
0245 06
A
PL1
PL2
M
SPE
3 31
A
PL1
PL2
M
SPE
1
1
3
2
2
L
N
3
AR T.F470/2
F414
50Hz
230V~
ART. 3477
60 1000V A
Interface
F422
ART. 3477
¤
A PL M G
PL1 PL2
C
Flush-mounting
actuator
Basic
actuator
Basic contact
interface
Shutter
control
C
Basic
actuator
DIN
dimmer
Dimmer
control
3 31
A
PL1
PL2
M
SPE
PL1 PL2
Fan
control
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
I1
I2
I3
I4
M
Shutter
control
=–
=–
=–
=1
=2
OUT
OUT
AR T.F422
IN
ART. 3477
PL1 PL2
C
230 Vac
L
1
1
AUTOMATION
SYSTEM NO. 1
(MAIN RISER)
0245 06
A
PL1
PL2
M
SPE
3
2
2
L
N
3
AR T.F470/2
DIN
actuator
3 31
T5H 250V
A
PL1
PL2
M
SPE
3 31
174 addResses MaX.
AUTOMATION
SYSTEM NO. 2
(Local BUS)
3 31
T5H 250V
L
349 addResses MaX.
175 addResses MaX.
an extended Automation system
F414
50Hz
230V~
ART. 3477
60 1000V A
ART. 3477
¤
A PL M G
PL1 PL2
Basic
actuator
C
PL1 PL2
Flush-mounting
actuator
C
DIN
dimmer
Basic
actuator
Web server
230 Vac Extra
power supply
Pc
F453
1
2
1
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
175 – 165 mA
47/63 Hz
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
Ethernet Cross-over Cable
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Logical expansion of the addresses
virtuAlly configured
„„
If you need to control and execute the centralised
eXtended systeM with
management of the system with Web Server,
severAl f422 interfAces
Touch screen and Energy Management Control
if three or more systems (up to a
Unit, these devices will have to be installed in the
maximum of 9) must be combined,
main riser.
these must be connected by means
of interfaces item F422 with a
MaIN RIseR
166 addResses MaX.
common bus, which from now on we
LOCAL BUS
activation and management (for
example Touch Screen) devices can
also be installed because they belong
to the Automation system. The riser
cannot be made, for example, with
a Burglar-alarm or 2 wire Video door
175 addResses MaX.
will call “riser”, on which the control,
Automation system No. 1
I1 =
I2 =
I3 =
I4 =
M=
–
–
–
1
2
OUT
OUT
ART.F422
Interface
F422
IN
entry system. The F422 interfaces
LOCAL BUS
position i4 with configurators from
1 to 9, as per the following diagram.
For each of the 9 systems there will
Automation system No. 3
Automation system No. 4
be 175 configuration addresses
available, as well as 166 addresses on
the riser, for a total of 1741 addresses.
Warnings:
I1
I2
I3
I4
M
=
=
=
=
=
–
–
–
2
2
OUT
OUT
ART.F422
Interface
F422
IN
LOCAL BUS
I1
I2
I3
I4
M
=
=
=
=
=
–
–
–
3
2
OUT
OUT
ART.F422
Interface
F422
IN
„„
In the main riser it is possible to install control
devices configured to send GROUP or GENERAL
controls to some or all of the actuators situated in
the single systems and in the same main riser.
„„
POINT-POINT controls generated inside each
single system and on the main riser can reach
the actuators situated in the whole system only
if they are sent from the appropriately configured
LOCAL BUS
I1
I2
I3
I4
M
AM5831M2 situated on the main riser or on one
110
–
–
–
4
2
OUT
OUT
ART.F422
Interface
F422
IN
SPECIAL control device item H/L4651M2,
of the single systems (max 9) connected.
=
=
=
=
=
Automation system No. 9
addResses MaX.: 175x9+166 (MaIN RIseR) = 1741
and configuring the address of
175 addResses MaX.
configurator no. 2 to the M position
Automation system No. 2
175 addResses MaX.
“logic expansion” mode, connecting
175 addResses MaX.
are configured for operation in
eXtended systeM with
interfAce f422 And weB
using one or more Web Servers item
case the extended system is made up
Special systems for which the
F453V and a LAN network which
of two or more systems for each of
availability of more than 1741
forms the connection infrastructure.
which a maximum of 1741 addresses
addresses is required can be made
Referring to the picture below, in this
can be configured. The centralised
control of the functions is obtained
through Personal Computer,
LOCAL BUS
1741 addResses MaX.
Automation system No. 1
connecting directly to the Web Server
Main riser
fixed iP address and working on Web
OUT
OUT
Control
ART.F422
LOCAL BUS
pages with preconfigured icons.
Interface
F422
IN
Automation system No. 2
OUT
Web Server
F453AV
OUT
ART.F422
1 2 3 4
ART. F411/2
C1
C2
Interface
F422
IN
230 Vac
USB
Speed
Full
Link
USB
Aux
System
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
175 – 165 mA
47/63 Hz
SYSTEM 1
F453AV
ETH
SCS
AV IN
SCS
AV
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
0319 06
SCS
AV OUT
SCS
DC
AI
BUS
Extra
power supply
LOCAL BUS
1741 addResses MaX.
OUT
OUT
Control
ART.F422
Interface
F422
IN
LOCAL BUS
Automation system No. 2
OUT
OUT
ART.F422
1 2 3 4
ART. F411/2
C1
C2
Interface
F422
IN
Web Server
F453AV
230 Vac
USB
Speed
SYSTEM 2
Full
Link
USB
Aux
System
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
175 – 165 mA
47/63 Hz
F453AV
ETH
SCS
AV IN
SCS
AV
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
0319 06
SCS
AV OUT
SCS
Extra
power supply
LOCAL BUS
Automation system No. 1
OUT
Main riser
OUT
Control
ART.F422
Interface
F422
IN
Extra
power supply
LOCAL BUS
Automation system No. 2
ART.F422
ART. F411/2
C1
C2
230 Vac
Web Server
F453AV
OUT
OUT
1 2 3 4
LAN
network
DC
AI
BUS
1741 addResses MaX.
PC
Main riser
Automation system No. 1
USB
Interface
F422
IN
Speed
Full
Link
USB
Aux
System
PRI: 220 – 240 V~
175 – 165 mA
47/63 Hz
F453AV
ETH
SYSTEM 3
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server
SCS
AV IN
SCS
AV
SCS: 27 Vdc
600 mA
0319 06
SCS
AV OUT
SCS
AI
DC
BUS
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automation - Wiring diagrams
Lighting management
Diagram 1 SWITCHING ON/OFF OF 2 LAMPS FROM 4 LIGHT POINTS WITH GENERAL ON/OFF CONTROL
230 Vac
N
L
L4671/1
ON
E46ADCN
OFF
A
PL
M
G1
G2
=
=
=
=
=
L1
1
1
O/I
–
–
L4671/1
ON
OFF
A
PL
M
G1
G2
=
=
=
=
=
BUS
230 Vac
L4652/2
GEN
BUS
L4652/2
A = GEN
PL1 = –
M = O/I
ON
L2
1
2
O/I
–
–
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
A
PL1
M1
A2
PL2
M
=
=
=
=
=
=
To other devices
1
1
O/I
1
2
O/I
Diagram 2 automatic switching on of the light with passive infrared ceiling sensor
N
L
3475
E46ADCN
L
L1
1 1
230 Vac
ART. 3475
230V ˜
2A cosϕ = 0,6
2A
A
PL
M
G
=
=
=
=
1
1
–
–
230 Vac
BUS
BMSE1001
112
A
PL
M
S
T
=
=
=
=
=
1
1
–
1
6
L4652/2
ON
To other devices
A1 = 1
PL1 = 1
M1 = O/I
OFF
The device controls the load with the address indicated in A and PL. When a movement is detected, if the lighting level is lower than the set level, the device switches the assigned load on,
and keeps it on until the time set with the configurator connected to T expires. The PIR movement sensor sensitivity is set with the configurator connected to S. For correct operation the
sensor Lighting set point must be defined (see procedure). If the user switches the light off manually with a control device, the movement sensor is disabled until a presence is detected, for
a time set in T.
Management of different loads
diAgrAM 3 switching-on control for BAthrooM light And fAn with delAyed switching-off
230 Vac
N
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L
Bathroom fan
M
Bathroom light
F411/1N
1
2
3
F411/1N
E46ADCN
C1
A
PL
M
G1
G2
G3
=
=
=
=
=
=
F411/1N
3
1
2
–
–
–
1
2
3
F411/1N
C1
A
PL
M
G1
G2
G3
=
=
=
=
=
=
3
1
SLA
–
–
–
230 Vac
BUS
L4652/2
The ON control turns on the light and the fan at the same time.
The OFF control turns off the light whereas the fan turns off after 2
minutes (configurator in M=2 of the Master actuator)
To other devices
A = 3
PL = 1
G3 = O/I
ON
OFF
diAgrAM 4 Motor control in direct current for Motorised curtAins (eXAMple 24 v d.c.)
24 Vdc
+
Power supply B
+
F411/2
1 2 3 4
ART. F411/2
C1
E46ADCN
M
C2
A
PL1
PL2
G
M
=
=
=
=
=
3
1
1
–
–
F411/2
1 2 3 4
ART. F411/2
C1
A
PL1
PL2
G
M
=
=
=
=
=
3
1
1
–
SLA
C2
230 Vac
BUS To other
devices
230 Vac
L4652/2
It is possible to use direct current motors with other features (12 - 24 - 48 V d.c.) by replacing
the compatible power supply unit with the features of the motor (voltage and current), thus
verifying the absorptions of the motor with the actuator relay capacity (item F411/2).
A = 3
PL = 1
M = 
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automation - WIRING DIAGRAMS
Window and shutter management
Diagram 5 motor control in alternated current for rolling shutters, curtains or motorised shutters
230 Vac
N
N
L
L1-N = clockwise rotation
L2-N = anticlockwise rotation
M1
L1
F411/2
M = AC motor
with 2 windings
1 2 3 4
ART. F411/2
E46ADCN
C1
A
PL1
PL2
G
M
=
=
=
=
=
N
L2
L1
F411/2
2
1
1
–
–
A
PL1
PL2
G
M
1 2 3 4
ART. F411/2
C2
C1
M2
=
=
=
=
=
2
2
2
–
–
N
L2
L1
F411/2
1 2 3 4
ART. F411/2
C2
C1
230 Vac
M3
A
PL1
PL2
G
M
=
=
=
=
=
L2
2
3
3
–
–
C2
BUS
L4652/3
A
PL1
A2
PL2
A3
PL3
M
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
2
1
2
2
2
3

To other
devices
L4652/2
GEN
A = GEN
PL = –
M = 
Diagram 6 motor control in alternated current for opening/closing motorised shutters
M2
M1
230 Vac
N
L
Ap C
˜
Ch
Ap C
F411/4
1 2 3 4 5
E46ADCN
ART. F411/4
C1
C2 C3 C4
˜
Ch
A
PL1
PL2
PL3
PL4
M
=
=
=
=
=
=
2
1
1
1
1
1
230 Vac
114
M1 =
motor controlling the internal rabbet shutter
M2 =
motor controlling the external rabbet shutter
PL1 and PL2 = contacts: must be interlocked to each other and must always be fitted to
the internal rabbet shutter
PL3 and PL4 = contacts: must be interlocked to each other and must always be fitted to
the external rabbet shutter
BUS
L4652/2
A = 2
PL = 1
M = 
To other
devices
Management of dimmer lamps
diAgrAM 7 switching on And off And Brightness AdJustMent of fluorescent lAMps
By MeAns of the “BAllAst”
L
L
230 Vac
+
F413
Ballast
A
PL1
M
G
1 2 NC 3 4
- +
0-10V
N L - +
=
=
=
=
2
1
–
–
ART. F413N
C1
E46ADCN
230 Vac
BUS
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N
N
To other
devices
L4652/2
A1 = 2
PL1 = 1
M1 = O/I
ON
OFF
diAgrAM 8 switching on And off And Brightness AdJustMent of incAndescence lAMps, hAlogen
And ferroMAgnetic trAnsforMers
E46ADCN
N
L
DIN
dimmer
actuator
Incandescence lamps,
halogen and ferromagnetic
transformer
L
T5H 250V
230 Vac
0245 06
F414
230V~
50Hz
¤
60 1000VA
A PL M G
230 Vac
A
PL
M
G
=
=
=
=
1
2
–
–
BUS
To other
devices
L4652/2
ON
A1 = 1
PL1 = 2
M1 = O/I
OFF
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Lighting and shutters management
diAgrAM 9 lighting And shutter MAnAgeMent systeM – 100 M2 hoMe
The following pages give a
approximately 100 m2, consisting of
description of an Automation
living room, kitchen, two bedrooms
system used for lighting and
and two bathrooms.
shutter management in a home of
Bathroom
Living room
Kitchen
Corridor
Room 1
Hall
Functions performed by the system:
„„
Light general control.
Home automation
panel
ROOM 2
„„
Shutters general control.
„„
Control of light points in each
room.
„„
Control of shutters in each room.
„„
Dimmer light control point in the
living room and the bedrooms.
„„
Central control using the Touch
Screen installed in the living room.
„„
Recalling of scenarios with Local
Display in the two bedrooms.
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DISTRIBUTION COMPONENTS IN THE SINGLE ROOMS
HALL
KITCHEN
LIVING ROOM
BATHROOM 1
ROOM 1
ROOM 2
H4652/2
H4652/2
H4671/1
H4652/2
H4671/1
H4652/2
F411/1N
H4652/2
F411/2
H4652/2
F415
H4652/2
F411/1N
H4652/2
F411/2
H4684
H4652/2
F411/1N
H4652/2
F411/2
H4652/2
F415
H4652/2
F411/2
H4652/2
H4652/2
F411/2
H4652/2
HC4685
H4652/2
F415
H4652/2
F411/2
H4652/2
H4652/2
F411/2
H4652/2
HC4685
MY HOME - AUTOMATION
CORRIDOR
1 lighting general control (1)
1 shutter general control (2)
1 ceiling light point controlled by flush mounted actuator (3)
1 control (4) for the corridor light point
2 ceiling light points controlled by flush mounted actuator and 8 other points (4 - 6 - 7 - 9 - 13 - 22 - 28)
1 ceiling light point controlled from one point (7) and by
a 1 relay actuator in the DIN module (*)
1 motorised shutter controlled from 1 point (8) and by
a 2 relay actuator in the DIN module (*)
1 wall light point controlled from 1 point (11) with light intensity adjustment and by
1 dimmer actuator in DIN module (*)
1 ceiling light point controlled from two points (9 - 11) and by
a 1 relay actuator in the DIN module (*)
1 motorised shutter controlled from 1 point (10) and by
a 2 relay actuator in the DIN module (*)
1 Touch Screen (12)
1 ceiling light point controlled from one point (13) and by
a 1 relay actuator in the DIN module (*)
1 motorised shutter controlled from 1 point (14) and by
a 2 relay actuator in the DIN module (*)
1 ceiling light point controlled from 3 points (16 - 17 - 18) with light intensity adjustment and by
1 dimmer actuator in DIN module (*)
1 motorised shutter controlled from 1 point (15) and by
a 2 relay actuator in the DIN module (*)
1 wall light point controlled from 1 point (17)
1 wall light point controlled from 1 point (18) and by
a 2 relay actuator in the DIN module (*)
1 control (20) for the Corridor Light Point
1 Local Display (19)
1 ceiling light point controlled from 3 points (22 - 23 - 24) with light intensity adjustment and by
1 dimmer actuator in DIN module (*)
1 motorised shutter controlled from 1 point (21) and by
a 2 relay actuator in the DIN module (*)
1 wall light point controlled from 1 point (23)
1 wall light point controlled from 1 point (24) and by
a 2 relay actuator in the DIN module (*)
1 control (26) for the Corridor Light Point
1 Local Display (25)
ITEM
NOTE:
All the controls must be completed with support, cover plate and key covers for the desired civil series. These can be found in the BTicino General Installation catalogue.
For this specific example products of the AXOLUTE civil series have been used.
NOTE (*): All the actuators in DIN module are installed on the 54 module home automation panel in the hall.
HOME AUTOMATION PANEL
1 SCS power supply
12 DIN actuators
3 DIN dimmer
1 scenario module
DIN MODULES
8
24
12
2
Total 46
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auTOmaTiON - WiRiNG DiAGRAMS
Lighting and shutters management
HALL
CORRIDOR
KITCHEN
L
N
F420
F411/1N
A1 = –
PL = 1
E46ADCN
H4671/1
A1 = 1
PL = 1
M1 = O/I
ON
ART.F420
H4671/1
OFF
OFF
A = 3
PL = 1
ART.F411/1
A1 = 2
PL = 1
M1 = O/I
ON
5
3
230 Vac
H4652/2
ON
GEN
H4652/2
A1 = GEN
M = O/I
H4652/2
A = GEN
M = 
ON
OFF
OFF
1
2
H4652/2
A1 = 2
PL1 = 1
M = O/I
ON
OFF
4
H4652/2
A1 = 2
PL1 = 1
M = O/I
6
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
A1
PL1
M1
A2
PL2
M2
7
=
=
=
=
=
=
ROOM 2
L
N
M
F415
L
ART.F415
F411/2
A = 8
PL = 1
F411/2
A = 8
PL1 = 2
PL2 = 3
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
ART.F411/2
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
ART.F411/2
A = 8
PL1 = 4
PL2 = 4
A=8
PL1=4
M1=
H4652/2
ON
OFF
26
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H4652/2
A = 2
PL1 = 1
M = O/I
25
A =
PL1 =
M =
FUN =
H4652/2
–
1
4
1
NOTE: for the configuration of bathroom 2 refer to bathroom 1, configuring for all the devices room A=6
ON
OFF
24
ON
OFF
A1
PL1
M1
A2
PL2
M2
H4652/2
=
=
=
=
=
=
8
3
O/I
8
1
O/I
ON
OFF
23
ON
OFF
A1
PL1
M1
A2
PL2
M2
H4652/2
=
=
=
=
=
=
8
2
O/I
8
1
O/I
ON
OFF
22
H4652/2
A = 8
PL1 = 1
M1 = O/I
A = 8
PL1 = 4
M1 = 
21
3
1
O/I
2
1
O/I
KITCHEN
LIVING ROOM
BATHROOM
N
M
M
F411/2
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
ART.F411/2
F411/1N
A = 3
PL1 = 2
PL2 = 2
ART.F411/1
H4652/2
F415
A = 4
PL = 1
ART.F415
H4652/2
A1 = 3
PL1 = 2
M = 
8
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
A1
PL1
M1
A2
PL2
M2
9
F411/2
A = 4
PL = 2
L
4
1
O/I
2
1
O/I
ART.F411/2
A1
PL1
M1
A2
PL2
M2
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
11
10
ART.F411/1
H4684
H4652/2
A1 = 4
PL1 = 3
M = 
F411/1N
A = 4
PL1 = 3
PL2 = 3
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
H4652/2
=
=
=
=
=
=
M
=
=
=
=
=
=
4
2
O/I
4
1
O/I
F411/2
A = 5
PL = 1
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
ART.F411/2
H4652/2
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
13
12
A1
PL1
M1
A2
PL2
M2
A = 5
PL1 = 2
PL2 = 2
MY HOME - AUTOMATiON
L
H4652/2
=
=
=
=
=
=
5
1
O/I
2
1
O/I
A1 = 5
PL1 = 2
M = 
14
ROOM 1
L
N
M
F415
F411/2
A = 7
PL = 1
L
ART.F415
ART.F411/2
H4652/2
ON
OFF
20
H4652/2
A1 = 2
PL1 = 1
M = O/I
19
A =
PL1 =
M =
FUN =
F411/2
A = 7
PL1 = 2
PL2 = 3
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
H4652/2
–
1
4
1
ON
OFF
18
ON
OFF
A1
PL1
M1
A2
PL2
M2
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
ART.F411/2
H4652/2
=
=
=
=
=
=
7
3
O/I
7
1
O/I
ON
ON
OFF
17
OFF
A1
PL1
M1
A2
PL2
M2
A = 7
PL1 = 4
PL2 = 4
H4652/2
=
=
=
=
=
=
7
2
O/I
7
1
O/I
ON
OFF
16
H4652/2
A = 7
PL1 = 4
M1 = 
A = 7
PL1 = 1
M1 = O/I
15
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auTOmaTiON - WiRiNG DiAGRAMS
Lighting management
diAgrAM 10 wire systeM eXtension with rAdio control to MAnAge two lAMps
230 V ac
N
L
F411/1N
F411/1N
L1
1
2
3
L2
1
2
F411/1N
E46ADCN
3
F411/1N
C1
C1
230 Vac
To other
devices of the
Wire Automation
system
4575N
A = 9
PL = 8
M = 1
L4572
L1
L2
Note: Replacing actuator F411/1N with actuator dimmer F414 and F414/127 the lamp brightness can be adjusted as well
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Lighting and shutters management
diAgrAM 11 wire systeM eXtension with rAdio ActuAtor to MAnAge A rolling shutter And A lAMp
N
L1
L1
µ
A
PL
M
G
=
=
=
=
2
1
–
–
1
1
3
2
2
L N
3
A
PL1
PL2
M
G
=
=
=
=
=
2
2
2
–
–
L2 T1
L1-N = clockwise rotation
L2-N = anticlockwise rotation
M = rotor in AC with 2 windings
ART.F470/2
3470
M
MY HOME - AUTOMATiON
N
L
F470/2
4576N
A = 2
PL = 9
M = 1
E46ADCN
BUS
230 Vac
HC4652/2
L1
A1 = 2
PL1 = 1
M1 = –
HC4652/2
A1 = 2
PL1 = 2
M1 = 
T1
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