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The applications

The Touch Screen enables you to manage the following applications of the system:

The Setup icon, always present in the Home page, can let you access the

Touch Screen setup page (Alarm clock, Beep, Clock, etc.).

Scenarios Burglar alarm

Lighting

Automation

Load control

4 zone temperature control

99 zone temperature control

Sound

System

Multi-channel sound system

Improved scenarios and schedulers

Video door

-entry system

System supervision

Alarm clock

Beep

Clock

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For more information see chapter “Customisation”.

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Scenarios

Lets you activate scenarios that have been previously stored in one or more “scenario units” and “scenario modules” of your my Home system.

Touch the scenario icon .

The display will show the page where you can find the scenarios you can activate.

Scenario of the Scenario unit

NIGHT

This command lets you activate a scenario of the Scenario Unit.

You can freely decide to modify the scenario setting on the Unit; the

Touch Screen will then execute the scenario you have set up.

NIGHT

Scenario of the Scenario Module

Scenario 1

Scenario 2

Touch the icon to activate the scenario.

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Scenario 1

This command lets you activate a scenario of the Scenario Module.

Furthermore, when you touch the icon , new icons will appear which will allow you to cancel or programme a new scenario according to the functioning mode of the Scenario Module.

If the icon

F420) is blocked.

is not displayed, the scenarios module (item

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Creating a new scenario Removing a scenario

Touch the icon to start a new scenario programming procedure.

Touch the icon to end programming.

Touch the icon to remove a scenario programmed by you

Touch the icon to return to the menu of the scenarios programmed by you.

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Lighting

Lets you switch on, switch off, adjust a single light or group of lights.

Touch the lighting icon .

The display will show the page where you can find the lights you can control.

Single light

This control lets you switch a single light on and off.

Group of lights

This control lets you switch on/ off a group of lights simultaneously.

Kitchen light

Garden lights

Staircase light

Depending on the programming condition, the display can have seven different types of controls:

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Dimmer

This control lets you switch on, switch off and adjust a light with a dimmer.

Use the – and + icons for the adjustment; the brightness of the light is shown graphically.

The illumination intensity will be shown with ON/OFF marks

(10 levels) or marks with a lower illumination intensity

(100 levels), depending on the dimmer installed (10 or

100 levels).

If the light does not work or if it is not connected, a broken light bulb will appear.

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Kitchen light

Garden lights

Staircase light

Less light

Dimmer 100 or

10 levels, 90%

ON.

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Dimmer Assembly

This control lets you switch on, switch off and adjust several lights simultaneously with a dimmer.

Room lights

Use the – and + icons for the adjustment; the brightness of the light is not shown graphically.

The dimmers of the assembly can be adjusted at different illumination intensity levels, hence they can be adjusted by increasing or decreasing the level of all dimmers, starting from their current adjustment.

Fixed timed light

This control lets you switch on a light for only one set duration using the configuration software.

The icon shows the remaining activation time (in percentage).

The icon shows the timing activation status.

12:10

Fixed timing disabled

12:10

Fixed timing enabled

(about half the time remaining to switch off)

Timed light with preset durations

This control lets you switch on a light thus setting the activation time with the icon .

1’

Timing with preset durations not enabled

1’

Timing with preset durations enabled

The durations that can be set may be:

fixed: 7 different durations that cannot be changed

configurable: 20 durations configurable through software

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Staircase light

This control lets you activate the Staircase lights function of the video door-entry system.

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Automation

Lets you control shutters, gates, door locks, etc.

Touch the automation control unit icon .

The display will show the page where you can find the automation control units that you can control.

In order for you to have an immediate identification, different icons have been created according to the actual use of the automation control unit.

Shutter

Curtain

Shutter

Gate

Watering system

Gate (automation)

Gate (lighting/video door-entry system)

Automation assembly

Up-and-over

Fan

Watering system

Controlled plug

Door lock

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Curtain - Shutter - Gate – Up-and-over

These controls allow you to open and close the curtains, shutters, etc. with a simple touch of your finger.

The operation may occur in two different ways, depending on the programming procedure carried out by the installer:

Normal Mode

The opening or closing movement will start by touching the corresponding icon; during the movement the icon changes showing the Stop icon and the indication of the movement in progress.

Touch the icon to stop the movement .

Safe mode

The opening or closing movement will occur as long as the corresponding icon is touched; the icon changes, thus indicating the movement.

When the icon is released, there will be an automatic stop.

Normal mode examples

The gate opens when you touch the icon

Press the icon Stop to stop it

Safe mode examples

The curtain opens when the icon is kept pressed

The shutter goes down when the icon is kept pressed

When you lift your finger, the curtain stops

Stop

The gate closes when you touch the icon

Press the icon Stop to stop it

Stop

When you lift your finger, the shutter stops

Stop

Stop

Gate (lighting / video door-entry system)

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The opening or closing movement will start by touching the icon. The movement automatically stops when the gate reaches its stop limit.

Automation assembly

This control lets you to activate several automation control units simultaneously; for example, you could lower or lift all your house shutters with a simple touch.

The movement starts by touching one of the “arrow” icons; touch to stop it.

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Controlled plug

This control, represented by a plug, lets you switch on and off a generic device (a household appliance or any other device).

Here again, the icon indicates the status of the device controlled.

ON OFF

Fan

This control lets you switch a fan on and off.

The icon indicates when the fan is in operation.

ON OFF

touch to switch off touch to switch on touch to switch off touch to switch on

Door lock

The door lock is activated when you touch the icon .

This control acts as a button: the door lock is activated when you touch the icon and deactivated when you release it. If it controls a door lock of the video door-entry system, the activation time will be set by the door lock configuration.

Door lock activated Door lock deactivated

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Watering system

This control lets you switch the watering system on and off.

The icon indicates when the watering system is in operation.

ON OFF

touch to switch on touch to switch off

Load control

This control allows you to force the priority set for the Energy management unit.

Touch the Energy Management icon .

The display will show the page where you can find the loads that you can control.

Microwave

Oven

Washing machine

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Temperature control

This control enables you keep the temperature under control in the whole house and to adjust each zone according to your current needs.

Touch the temperature control icon .

The display shows a page listing systems (Control units), non-controlled zones (if present) and any external probes (if present). If only one

Control Unit is present, a screen will be displayed, with the selected

Control Unit icon (4 zones/99 zones), and the Zone list.

Touch the Control Unit icon to access a page displaying the Control

Unit status. The same page also shows the to the list of the possible modes that can be set.

icon that gives access

4 ZONE CONTROL UNIT

4 ZONE CONTROL UNIT

ZONE 1

ZONE 2

The management of the temperature control is possible only if the Remote control function has been activated.

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Weekly Mode

By selecting one of the 3 summer or winter programs (previously set in the control unit), the system can operate in automatic mode following the setup programming procedure.

Manual Mode

This can be used to set a constant temperature in all the zones of the system.

Touch the icon to confirm the program to set.

Summer programs Winter programs

Program 1

Program 2

Program 3

Program 1

Program 2

Program 3

Touch the and lue by 0.5°C. Touch the

icons to decrease or increase the temperature va-

icon to confirm the temperature selected.

Manual

23.5°C

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Timed Mode (only for 4 Zone Control Unit)

It can be used to perform manual mode on all zones for a set period.

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Holiday Mode

This is used to select a certain daily profile for a set time. This program runs until the set time and date, after which the current selected weekly program will be restored.

Touch the value by 0.5°C.

and icons to decrease or increase the temperature

Touch the and icons to set the hours and minutes during which the Control unit operates in Manual mode.

Touch the icon to confirm the temperature and the time selected.

Manual

23.5°C

Touch the

Touch the

Touch the

Touch the

and icons to set the date.

icon to confirm.

and icons to set hours and minutes.

icon to confirm and select the program to set.

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Working Day Mode

This mode can be used to keep the system in Anti-freeze or Thermal protection mode until the set date and time. Once this time has expired, the set weekly program will be restored.

Scenario Mode (only for 99 Zone Control Unit)

If you select one of the 16 summer or the 16 winter scenarios, your system can operate in automatic mode following the scenario selected.

Touch the

Touch the

Touch the

Touch the

and icons to set the date.

icon to confirm.

and icons to set hours and minutes.

icon to confirm, and select the program to set.

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Touch the icon to confirm the selected scenario.

Summer scenarios Winter scenarios

Scenario 1

Scenario 2

Scenario 3

Scenario 1

Scenario 2

Scenario 3

OFF Mode

Touch this icon to switch all system zones OFF.

Anti-freeze mode

Touch this icon to set the Anti-freeze temperature for all system zones.

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Thermal probe

The local offset of the probe is the adjustment of the knob placed on the probe situated in every zone of your temperature control system.

If the probe is set to ❄ (antifrost/thermal protection) or OFF position, no adjustment will be possible from the Touch Screen; to change the setting, it is necessary to act directly on the knob of the probe.

Adjustment knob

Summer/Winter Mode

Touch this icon to set the system mode of operation (Summer/

Winter).

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Zones (with fan-coil function)

If the probe for the regulation of the fan-coil speed is installed, in addition to displaying the name of the zone and the set and measured temperature, this page will also enable selecting one of the following speeds: Minimum, Medium, Maximum and Automatic.

Zones (99 zone Control Unit)

If you press the Zone icon, the zone name will be displayed, together with the temperature measured, the temperature setting, if in manual mode, the activation of the manual/automatic mode, the display of the probe status (-3 -2 -1 0 +1 +2 +3).

ZONE 2 ZONE 1

ZONE 2

23.5°C

35.0°C

+2

Zone

Measured temperature

Regulation keys and set temperature

Probe status

Fan-coil speed

Control unit mode

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ZONE 1

23.5°C

35.0°C

+2

Zones (4 zone Control Unit)

Press the Zone icon to display the zone name, the temperature measured and set, and the probe status (-3 -2 -1 0 +1 +2 +3).

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External probes

If the system includes external radio probe, the temperature detected by them may be displayed through the appropriate zone.

ZONE 1

ZONE 1

23.5°C

35.0°C

+2

ExTERNAL PROBES

GARDEN PROBE 28.5°C

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Non-controlled zones

If the system includes temperature measurement probes only (noncontrolled zones), the temperature detected by them can be displayed through the appropriate zone.

NON-CONTROLLED ZONES

GARAGE 28.5°C

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Burglar alarm

This control allows you to control the status of the burglar alarm system

(enabled/disabled) and on single zones.

Touch the burglar alarm icon .

The top part of the display will show the system status icon (when the padlock is open it indicates that the system is disabled, when it is closed it indicates that the system is enabled); in the centre, you can scroll the zones in which it is subdivided and check which are enabled.

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Activate/deactivate the zones

When the burglar alarm is disabled, you can deactivate (or reactivate) one or more zones of the system; this will allow you customise the operation of the system according to your needs.

For instance, you can deactivate the infrared detectors, thus leaving the perimeter zones (front door and windows) activated; this enables you to move freely inside your house without giving up your security.

This customisation is possible only when the system is disabled, thus acting on the icons of the single zones (missing on the display when the system is enabled).

system disabled

Perimeter

system enabled

Basement

zone 1 activated

Perimeter

zone 2 deactivated

Basement

To activate this customisation touch the confirmation icon: a page will be displayed: enter the user code to confirm system partition.

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Enable/disable the burglar alarm

Press the icon to change the status of the system:

(to disable).

(to enable).

What type of alarm occurred?

If alarms have occurred while you were out, as soon as you get home you will find a screen similar to the one in the example with the following information: the centre icon corresponds to the type of alarm occurred, indication of the time, date, type of alarm and zone in which it has occurred.

Enable the burglar alarm Disable the burglar alarm

Enter your Burglar Alarm Unit user code in the displayed page and confirm with .

If the sound system is enabled, you will hear the voice message: “enabled” or “disabled”.

“Intrusion” alarm example * Technical alarm icon

intrusion

11:01 17.07 Z 1

Type of alarm:

- intrusion

- tampering

- antipanic

- technical*

Indication of the:

- time

- date

- zone

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

PASSWORD: *****

The alarm signal remains stored until the system is enabled again.

PASSWORD: *****

Numbers from 1 to 8 at the bottom (available only in the system enabled page) indicate the status of the divisions. In the example, zones 1 and 8 are activated, whereas they are deactivated/excluded from 2 to the 7.

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Touch the icon in the main page to look at the alarms memory.

Touch the icon to cancel the alarm.

Sound System

You can check your sound system completely.

Touch the sound system icon .

At the bottom part of the display there is an icon referred to the music source; in the middle you can scroll the amplifiers you want to check.

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Music source

You can choose between the Radio tuner (item F500 coax) and an external source (Aux), for instance a CD unit (controlled with the

Stereo Control item L4561N or connected by means of a RCA input item

HC/HS/L/N/NT 4560).

Radio

Radio

Change source

Channel tuning

Radio

Change channel

(only the stored ones)

External source

Living room

AUX

Change source

Basement

Change track

(if included in the source)

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Tuning in the radio

The Touch Screen lets you tune in your sound system radio and store your favourite channels.

Amplifier

This control lets you switch on / off an amplifier and adjust its volume using – e +; the volume level is shown graphically on the display.

Change channel

Change frequency

Store the selected channel

Radio

Radio BT

Off

Audio source

Frequency

RDS

Function

Channel search mode

(Automatic or manual)

Low volume

High volume

Amplifier assembly

You can control an amplifier assembly.

The amplifiers of the assembly can be adjusted at different volume levels, hence they can be adjusted by increasing or decreasing the level of all amplifiers, starting from their current adjustment.

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Multi-channel sound system

You can check your multi-channel sound system completely.

Touch the multi-channel sound system icon .

In the example, two configured rooms are displayed (Living room and

Bedroom) as well as the assembly of all the amplifiers (General).

Touch to access the single submenus.

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Example:

“General” sub-menu

Example: submenu of the Room 1

In this case, the selected source is the radio.

In this case, the selected source is CD (Aux).

Radio

CD

General Dining-room

Room 1

Living room

Dining-room

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The following functions are included in the top part of the submenu: change source opens the selected source adjustment menu

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Radio

Example: submenu of the

“Radio” source

In this page you can find all the radio tuning controls (for more details, see pag. 82)

Radio

Home amplifiers

1:

Radio BT

Radio

Home amplifiers

1:

Radio BT

When you touch a new page will be displayed which will enable you to store up to 5 radio stations.

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CD

Example: submenu of the

“CD” source

Change track

Go to the previous page

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Multimedia contents

In addition to the standard sound system sources, the Touch Screen can also be used to access network multimedia contents, such as IP

Radio and Media Server.

Touch the sound system or multichannel diffusion system icon

In the example the display shows the configured zone (Living room).

Select to access the individual submenus.

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Select the multimedia sound source among the available ones:

Multimedia

Living room

Living room

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The following functions are included in the top part of the submenu: change source opens the selected source adjustment menu

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Multimedia Sources: IP Radio

This page displays the two options for the management of the multimedia sources using the Ethernet network.

Select on the display to load a new page that can be used to control the IP Radios through the player.

Name of the radio

Multimedia

IP Radio

Radio BT 3

Servers

Stop

Go to the previous radio

Go to the following radio

Radio BT 1

Play

Radio BT 2

Radio BT 3

Select on the display to load a new page for the display of all radio channels previously saved using the TiDisplayColorIP software.

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Return to the previous page

Return to the main page

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Multimedia Sources: Media Server

Pc1: BTicino

Pc2: BTicino

Pc3: BTicino

Music

IP Radio

Servers

Select Servers from the display to display a new page showing all PCs connected to the Ethernet network.

When a PC is selected (e.g. Pc3:

BTicino), the display will show a new page with all folders (Ima-

ges, Music, Playlist and Video) of the player preset for listening to music.

Album

Album artists

Various artists

Folder

ROLLING STONES

LINKIN PARK

BEATLES

U2

Select the Music folder and then a subfolder (e.g. Various Artists) to display all artists included in the multimedia list of the preset player.

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The Best Of

Select an artist (e.g. U2) to display all the CD of the selected artist.

Select the Album (e.g. The Best

Of), to display all the tracks in the CD.

Beautiful Day.mp3

Numb.mp3

Gone.mp3

One.mp3

Track: One

Artist: U2

Album: The Best Of

Time: 01:16 of 04:35

Select the desired track (e.g. One.

mp3). The player page appears, showing the details of the track being played.

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Stop

Play

Return to the previous page

Current track details

Track: One

Artist: U2

Album: The Best Of

Time: 01:16 of 04:35

Go to the previous track

Go to the following track

Return to the main page of the sound system

Improved scenarios and schedulers

When you select this application – depending on the configuration made by the installer and customised according to the MY HOME solutions in your system – you can control the improved scenarios and schedulers (maximum 20).

Touch the improved scenarios and schedulers icon .

This example page displays both functions: Scheduled scenario and

Improved scenario.

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Scheduled scenario

This scenario allows you to send a series of commands after one or more actions have occurred or at a predetermined time.

It is possible to manage up to 20 of the 300 scenarios configured in the

Scenario Programmer (item MH200).

For this scenario, the four possible actions are:

– Enable scenario – Disable scenario

These commands allow you to enable/disable the scenario without operating it. If the scenario is enabled and if the activation condition occurs, the actions of the scenario will be executed.

– Start - Stop

These are start / stop commands of the scenario, regardless of the programmed condition.

Start scenario

Stop scenario

Configuration examples

Enable Disable

Scheduled scenario

Scheduled scenario

Enable/

Disable

Modify the scenario

Scheduled scenario

Improved scenario

Start scenario

Scheduled scenario

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Improved scenario

This scenario allows you to send a command at a predetermined time or after an action has occurred.

It is possible to create up to 20 scenarios.

For this scenario, the two possible actions are:

- Enable/Disable scenario

A command that allows you to enable/disable the scenario without operating it. If the scenario is enabled and if the activation conditions occur, the actions of the scenario will be executed.

- Start

Forcing command of the scenario.

Change hour condition

To change the hour condition, touch .

Improved scenario

The following page will be displayed: use the arrows to set the required time, confirm with .

Improved scenario Enabled Improved scenario Disabled

Improved scenario Improved scenario

The second condition, “condition on device”, can be linked to the status of a light, dimmer, temperature probe or to an amplifier of the sound system.

Improved scenario example

The garden watering system (action) will switch on only if it is 20:19 h (hour condition) and if the probe indicates 23°C (condition on device)

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“Hour condition” scenario “Hour condition” scenario +

“condition on device”

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Change the condition on device

If a “condition on device” is configured, there is an arrow in the “hour condition” edit page used for accessing one of the following pages:

Light status condition

you can change the status of the light.

The statuses that can be used as a starting condition of the scenario are ON and OFF.

Dimmer value condition

you can change the dimming value of the dimmer.

Values allowed are: OFF, from 20% to 100%, with 10% increments.

Audio value condition

you can change the audio value of the amplifier.

The allowed values range from 0% to 100% with 10% increments.

Temperature value condition

you can change the temperature value of the probe.

The allowed values range from

–5.0°C to 50.5°C with 0.5°C increments.

Staircase Lights activation

Dimmer activation Amplifier 18 Temperature

OFF 20% – 40% 0% – 20%

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Video door-entry system

Depending on the type of system and configuration, you can control the door lock opening and/or the staircase light activation for each entrance panel.

Touch the video door-entry icon .

The main page of the video door-entry will be displayed:

When there is a call from the entrance panel, the following page will be displayed.

In this case, the entrance panel will have “Staircase light” and “Door lock” controls.

Touch the icons to activate the “staircase light” and/or “door lock release” activation control.

Activate door lock

External handset

Activate staircase light

External handset

STAIRCASE LIGHT

DOOR LOCK

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Systems supervision

This can be used to display and control the STOP&GO devices (previously configured) installed in the My Home system.

Touch the system supervision icon .

The display shows the page of the STOP&GO devices (visible depending on the type of installation).

Each type of status will have its own dedicated icon:

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STOP&GO

STOP&GO PLUS

STOP&GO BTest

The status of each device will be displayed. Touch the the details of the individual STOP&GO devices.

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Open

Open for short circuit

Open for overcurrent

Open for earth fault

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STOP&GO

STOP&GO

The detail page of the STOP&GO device contains the icon.

This can be used to enable or disable automatic reset.

STOP&GO

Reset

STOP&GO PLUS

STOP&GO PLUS

Enter the detail page of the

STOP&GO PLUS device to force the reset, if any problems are shown by the status of the

STOP&GO device itself. A system check can also be enabled or disabled by touching the icon. The time which must elapse before resetting during the configuration of the STOP&GO device.

STOP&GO PLUS

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STOP&GO BTest

STOP&GO BTest

Enter the STOP&GO BTest details page to enable or disable the self-test function, by touching the icon.

If activated, use the and icons to set the self-test interval

(number of days between tests).

STOP&GO BTest

Reset Self-test

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Setu p

Alarm clock

Beep

Clock

Calibration

Passwor d

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