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My HoMe - coMfort autoMatIoNDimmer for electronic transformers Colour Touch Screen 2

Dimmer for electronic transformers Colour Touch Screen 2
Dimmer for
electronic
transformers
Colour Touch Screen
2

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automation MY HOME gENERAL fEATuRES General features 4 MY HOME AuTOMATION Wire automation 5 Catalogue 79

MY HOME gENERAL fEATuRES

General features

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MY HOME AuTOMATION

Wire automation

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Catalogue

79

General rules for installation

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Wiring diagrams

21

Configuration

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Technical features

91

Dimensional data

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NuMERIC INDEX

107

coNteNtS

NOTA: per approfondimenti sul sistema di Automazione domestica vedere “Guida MY HOME”.

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Guide to choosing the system WIre The system is made up of devices which communicate

Guide to choosing the system

WIre

The system is made up of devices which communicate via the BUS wire; some devices, such as the controls and actuators, perform basic functions while others, such as the TOUCH SCREEN, perform advanced functions. As well as allowing the devices to communicate, the BUS transports their power supply.

As the actuator devices control the loads, they must also be

connected to the 240V a.c. power line. By selecting the suitable devices one can manage the following systems:

- lighting

- operating rolling shutters, fans and exhaust fans

As well as these installation possibilities there are special functions which can satisfy different home comfort needs very simply. An example is the possibility of calling, by pressing a pushbutton, a scenario which the user can directly personalise at any time (switching ON several lamps at the same time, operating some shutters, etc.).

lamps at the same time, operating some shutters, etc.). Control Actuator BUS BUS lighting 4 My
lamps at the same time, operating some shutters, etc.). Control Actuator BUS BUS lighting 4 My
Control Actuator BUS BUS
Control
Actuator
BUS
BUS

lighting

lamps at the same time, operating some shutters, etc.). Control Actuator BUS BUS lighting 4 My

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coNtroL aNd actuatIoN devIceS

The basic system is made up of command and actuation devices. The command devices in fact replace the traditional devices such as switches, two-way switches

and pushbuttons but can also perform new, more complex functions; the actuators are instead devices which, like traditional relays, drive the connected load following a suitable command.

coNtroLS traditional device PoWer SuPPLy twisted pair L N actuatorS
coNtroLS
traditional
device
PoWer SuPPLy
twisted pair
L
N
actuatorS
device PoWer SuPPLy twisted pair L N actuatorS uSer LoadS L N M M GeNeraL featureS
uSer LoadS L N M M
uSer LoadS
L
N
M
M

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Wire automation coNtroL aNd actuatIoN devIceS All the system devices are connected to the BUS

Wire

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coNtroL aNd actuatIoN devIceS

All the system devices are connected to the BUS cable in parallel by means of pull-out terminals. The cable supplied by BTicino is unshielded; the item code is L4669 (100m Roll) or L4669/500 (500m Roll).

coNtroL

As well as being connected to the BUS cable the actuators must also be connected to the supply line of the controlled load (240VAC).

configurator protective cover BUS connection terminal twisted pair
configurator
protective cover
BUS connection terminal
twisted pair

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coNtroL devIceS

The control devices can control the state of the actuators, performing different functions: ON, OFF, timing etc. depending on the mode of operation assigned to them by configuration. The device is modular to fulfil the different installation needs and functions required by the user.

Two types of key cover can be used:

- single key cover (operation of the lower push button) 1, with one or two LIVING INTERNATIONAL, LIGHT, LIGHT TECH and KRISTALL (clear) modules to be used with the grey control key; 2

- double key cover, (operation of both upper and lower push buttons) 3,with one or two LIVING INTERNATIONAL, LIGHT, LIGHT TECH and KRISTALL modules to be used with the black control key, 4.

upper pushbutton, 1 black control key, 4 lower pushbutton, 3 LED grey control key, 2
upper pushbutton, 1
black
control key, 4
lower pushbutton, 3
LED
grey
control key, 2
key cover
2 modules
single key cover
1 module
key cover
2 modules
double
key cover
1 module

From the functional point of view the control with the single key cover is similar to a traditional closing contact (pushbutton or switch), the control with a

double key cover (horizontally pivoted) is instead similar to a traditional changeover contact or dimmer control.

GeNeraL featureS

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Wire automation All the controls have an LED which signal the control state (ON or

Wire

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All the controls have an LED which signal the control state (ON or OFF) and allow identification in the dark.

As a function of the possible modes of operation, the control devices can be divided into

- control devices;

- scenario devices.

BaSIc coNtroL devIceS

The following devices belong in this category:

- two-module control Item L4652/2

- three-module control Item L4652/3

- IR receiver Item L/N/NT4654N for remote control

- passive IR receiver Item L/N/NT4610 and Item L/N/

NT4611

- TOUCH SCREEN Item L/N/NT4683 & L4684

These components can send commands to single loads (lamps, exhaust fans, air conditioners, etc.) and to double loads (motor for rolling shutters, blinds, etc.). The choice of modularity and type of key cover to install is closely connected to the function which the device must perform.

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upper pushbutton lower pushbutton LED green: location (identification in the dark) yellow: load active
upper pushbutton
lower pushbutton
LED
green: location (identification in the dark)
yellow: load active
location (identification in the dark) yellow: load active Two-module control Item L4652/2 complete with key cover

Two-module control Item L4652/2 complete with key cover

IR receiver Item L4654N for remote control

IR receiver Item L4654N for remote control

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toucH ScreeN

The Touch screen is a device which can command the home with the simple touch of a finger. You can switch the lights ON and OFF, dim the lights, lower or raise the rolling shutters, water the garden, adjust the temperature in various rooms etc. The display shows a “home page” which shows graphically the applications which it can manage. Touching the icon of the application to be managed (e.g. lighting), a page will appear where the light point icons have been customised. Always with a simple touch on the icon chosen, the lamp or the lamps associated with it will switch ON or OFF or dim. The Touch screen can easily be installed on the wall and is completed with the cover plates of the LIVING INTERNATIONAL, LIGHT or LIGHT TECH series.

coNtroL devIceS for SceNarIoS

Devices which can also perform special and advanced functions belong in this category. An example is the possibility of saving several commands and activating them by pressing just one key. The following control devices can perform these functions:

- 2 module control item L4651/2 completed with LIVING INTERNATIONAL, LIGHT, LIGHT TECH or KRISTALL key covers;

- TOUCH SCREEN item L/N/NT4683 & L4684

- scenario control unit item N4681

- scenario control command item L/N/NT4680

unit item N4681 - scenario control command item L/N/NT4680 Colour Touch Screen, Item L4684 (to be

Colour Touch Screen, Item L4684 (to be completed with a Cover PLate)

The command items L4651/2 & L/N/NT4680 and the TOUCH SCREEN items L/N/NT4683 & L4684 can activate/program scenarios including Automation, Temperature control, Sound Diffusion System, Door entry and Video door entry applications. When used with a F420 scenario module or MH200 scenario/ logic controller. The local scenario control unit item N4681 is instead dedicated just to Automation (Lighting & Blinds) scenarios.

just to Automation (Lighting & Blinds) scenarios. Scenario command unit Item N4680 GeNeraL featureS 9 MY

Scenario command unit Item N4680

GeNeraL featureS

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Wire automation fLuSH-MouNtING actuatorS Actuators are devices which perform the commands sent to them and

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fLuSH-MouNtING actuatorS

Actuators are devices which perform the commands sent to them and control the connected load, like an electromechanical relay. For this reason, as well as being connected to the BUS cable via the pull-out terminals, they must also be connected to the 240V a.c. load supply line. There are various

oNe ModuLe actuatorS

These are small and intended for flush-mounting installation by the side of traditional devices (energy sockets, connectors etc.).

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types of actuator which differ in the power controlled and in the shape, size and installation features.

These actuators have a micropushbutton to check operation.

shape, size and installation features. These actuators have a micropushbutton to check operation. micropushbutton for test

micropushbutton

for test

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actuatorS IN dIN ModuLe

These devices are suitable for centralised installation in cabinets and distribution boards (size 2 DIN modules). Available in 1, 2 and 4- relay versions for the command of single or double loads (motors for shutters), these devices also have load control keys to perform the operation test.

These actuators have the advantage that the rear DIN adapter and the front can be removed to make them smaller and thus allow their installation in trunking, junction boxes, false

ceilings, rolling shutter boxes, etc. In centralised installations (for example distribution boards DIN

series E215/

or Multibox) the DIN

dIN actuator for INStaLLatIoN IN dIStrIButIoN BoardS

load connection terminals load control pushbutton BUS Connection
load connection
terminals
load control
pushbutton
BUS
Connection

INStaLLatIoN IN juNctIoN BoxeS

BUS Connection ■ INStaLLatIoN IN juNctIoN BoxeS removable adapter for installation on DIN rail in

removable adapter for installation on DIN rail in distribution boards

adapter for installation on DIN rail in distribution boards only 20 mm removable front adapter and
adapter for installation on DIN rail in distribution boards only 20 mm removable front adapter and
only 20 mm
only 20 mm
installation on DIN rail in distribution boards only 20 mm removable front adapter and the front

removable front

DIN rail in distribution boards only 20 mm removable front adapter and the front cover can

adapter and the front cover can align the profile of the actuator to that of the other DIN modular devices.

INStaLLatIoN IN truNkING

actuator
actuator
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Wire automation actuatorS IN BaSIc ModuLe The Basic actuators are extremely compact: width = 40.5

Wire

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actuatorS IN BaSIc ModuLe

The Basic actuators are extremely compact:

width = 40.5 mm, height = 40.5 mm, depth = 18 mm. These sizes allow installation of the actuators in junction boxes or inside the load to be activated (for example in the cups of a ceiling lamp, in the structure of a standard lamp, etc.). The command points (item

L4652/2) can also be placed in a 503E or PB503 box with Basic actuators. This installation is possible using a 504E or PB504 box or finding new spaces where the actuators can be positioned.

exaMPLe of INStaLLatIoN IN fLuSH-MouNtING Box

side-by-side Basic items traditional pushbutton rectangular flush-mounting box 3-module support screws for
side-by-side
Basic items
traditional
pushbutton
rectangular
flush-mounting
box
3-module support
screws for rectangular box
Living International
3-module cover plate
side section

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INterfaceS

The automation system, although using specially made devices, also allows the use of traditional devices or a personal computer, allowing the opening and the flexibility of use towards outside systems. The connection between the modern BUS digital technology and the traditionally wired component or the PC is represented by special devices called interfaces. These devices in fact interpret the

information of the traditional world and translate it into signals which are compatible with the BUS logic devices. The interfaces made are:

- Interface RS232 item L4686

- LIVING INTERNATIONAL/LIGHT/LIGHT TECH contact interface item L/N/NT4688

- Contact interface in Basic module item 3477

- SCS/SCS interface item F422

- SCS/EIB interface item F426.

rS232 INterface

This device can connect the BUS to a PC by means of an RS232 connector. By means of specific software

the computer is used to command and monitor the BUS logic devices with the use of Bticino software.

PC
PC
BUS
BUS
L4686

L4686

LIvING INterNatIoNaL/LIGHt/LIGHt tecH

coNtact INterface

By means of this device traditional components such as switches and pushbuttons can be connected to

BUS
BUS
such as switches and pushbuttons can be connected to BUS the BUS, extending the use of

the BUS, extending the use of the BUS to already existing traditional systems. Thermostats, command devices, humidity sensors, wind sensors etc. can also be interfaced.

humidity sensors, wind sensors etc. can also be interfaced. External devices Prestige switch (reuse of historical

External devices

Prestige switch (reuse of historical devices) GeNeraL featureS 13
Prestige switch (reuse
of historical devices)
GeNeraL featureS
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Wire automation ■ coNtact INterface IN BaSIc ModuLeS The main feature of this device, thanks

Wire

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coNtact INterface IN BaSIc ModuLeS

The main feature of this device, thanks to its small size, is the “behind-device” mode of installation, in fact in a 503E or PB503 box the interface can be installed immediately behind the traditional devices (e.g.: switch, pushbutton) or low electronic devices

(e.g.: commands, sensors). This installation solution simplifies the conversion of traditional electrical systems to house-automation systems, as the existing flush-mounting boxes can be kept, avoiding making holes in the wall.

BUS
BUS
3477

3477

can be kept, avoiding making holes in the wall. BUS 3477 External devices Prestige switch (reuse
can be kept, avoiding making holes in the wall. BUS 3477 External devices Prestige switch (reuse

External devices

avoiding making holes in the wall. BUS 3477 External devices Prestige switch (reuse of historical devices)

Prestige switch (reuse of historical devices)

exaMPLe of INStaLLatIoN IN fLuSH-MouNtING Box

devices) ■ exaMPLe of INStaLLatIoN IN fLuSH-MouNtING Box contact interface traditional pushbutton box 3-module
contact interface traditional pushbutton box 3-module support with screws for rectangular box
contact
interface
traditional
pushbutton
box
3-module support
with screws for
rectangular box

LIvING INTERNATIONAL

3-module cover plate

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ScS/ScS INterface

The item made in DIN housing allows the communication between BUSes with SCS (Bticino) technology, even if dedicated to different functions (Burglar alarm, Automation, Door entry and digital Video door entry).

BUS
BUS
Automation, Door entry and digital Video door entry). BUS Burglar alarm Digital door entry door entry
Burglar alarm
Burglar alarm
Digital door entry door entry system
Digital door entry
door entry system

and videoBUS Burglar alarm Digital door entry door entry system Automation ■ ScS/eIB INterface Using the interface

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ScS/eIB INterface

Using the interface systems based on the SCS technology communicate with EIB systems. This item also is made in 2-modules DIN housing.

systems. This item also is made in 2-modules DIN housing. BUS System M BUS BE M
BUS
BUS
This item also is made in 2-modules DIN housing. BUS System M BUS BE M GeNeraL

System

M BUS BE M
M
BUS
BE
M

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GeNeraL ruLeS for INStaLLatIoN Max. number of devices Logical dimensions (maximum number of addresses) A

GeNeraL ruLeS for INStaLLatIoN Max. number of devices

Logical dimensions (maximum number of addresses)

Logical dimensions (maximum number of addresses)

A system can manage up to 9 room addresses.

For each room up to 9 addresses can be managed for each actuator. Any address belonging to one or more groups is added to these addresses.

Large systems (logic expansion)

In large homes or in service/industrial areas it may be necessary to make

Automation systems with a number of devices which exceeds the address

limit described.

In this case a complex Automation system can be made connecting several

Automation systems to a common BUS, by means of interface item F422 configured in the “logic expansion” mode.

Installation rules:

In sizing the system remember the following recommendations:

features:

Each system is separated by others and works independently, as it can use all the 81 configuration addresses provided (9 light points for each of the 9 rooms). Command devices configured to send GROUP or GENERAL commands respectively to some or all the actuators in the individual system and in the common BUS itself can be installed in the common BUS. The POINT-TO-POINT commands generated inside each individual system and on the common riser cannot reach the other systems; they can thus only work on the actuators in the respective system. To send GROUP, GENERAL commands etc. from one system to another use the control device item L4651/2 configured to send AUXILIARY commands. Control and centralised management devices such as Web server, Touch screen and Energy management control unit must be installed on the common BUS.

For more information see the “CONFIGURATION” and “TECHNICAL FEATURES” section of this Guide.

1. The riser BUS must be made up of an automation system.

2. In this way up to 10 interfaces can be connected to the riser, it can thus manage up to ten systems as if there were only one.

Riser

General control Energy management control unit Touch screen Power supply Web server
General
control
Energy management
control unit
Touch screen
Power supply
Web server

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Physical dimensions (linked to the cable length and device absorption) The maximum number of devices which can be connected on the BUS depends on their total absorption and the distance between the connection point and the power supply. The power supply can supply up to 1.2A; the maximum number of devices will thus be determined by the sum of the absorptions of the individual devices to be installed. For the purposes of the calculations described, refer to the “absorption table” in the “technical features”.

In calculating the absorptions also consider the availability of current depending on the length of cable. During the sizing thus respect the following rules:

1) The connection between the power supply and the furthest device may not exceed 250m.

250m max
250m max

2) The total connections may not exceed 500m.

power supply and the furthest device may not exceed 250m. 250m max 2) The total connections

500m max

3) For optimum division of the currents on the BUS line, the power supply Item
3) For optimum division of the currents on the BUS line, the power supply
Item E46ADCN should be positioned in the middle.
a
B
a = 250m max
B = 250m max
123
a + B = 500m max
A P L C C G

NOTE: The maximum current available at the end of cable BUS item L4669 250m long is 600mA.

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GeNeraL ruLeS for INStaLLatIoN Max. number of devices Large systems (physical extensions) In large systems

GeNeraL ruLeS for INStaLLatIoN Max. number of devices

Large systems (physical extensions)

Large systems (physical extensions)

In large systems or with current absorption greater than the limit of 1200 mA supplied by power supply item E46ADCN, the system must be divided into several stretches supplied with their own power supply and connected by means of interface item F422 configured in “physical expansion” mode.

Features:

For each BUS apply the system limits, in terms of absorption and maximum wiring distances, as indicated in the previous page. A system made up of two or more BUSes, connected by interfaces configured in “physical expansion” mode, cannot be supplied with only one power supply item E46ADCN, even if the number and the type of components connected to the system would not involve exceeding the maximum absorption planned (1200 mA).

Positions I3 and I4 must be configured as a function of the configuration of the Automation devices in the two systems connected together. In reference to the illustration, supposing for example that I3=2, I4=7:

on the input (IN) BUS the addresses of the Automation 1 devices must be between A=1 / PL=1 and A=2 / PL=6;

on the output (OUT) BUS the addresses of the automation 2 devices must be between A=2 / PL=8 at the address of the next interface.

A/PL = 28 53 2 I1 = - OUT I1 = - I2 = -
A/PL = 28
53
2
I1
=
-
OUT
I1
=
-
I2
=
-
I2
=
-
I3 =
2
I3 =
5
I4 =
7
I4 =
4
MOD =
1
MOD =
1
IN
A/PL = 11
26
A/PL = 55
99
1
3

Installation rules:

In sizing the system remember the following recommendations:

1. Each BUS, connected in input and in output to the interface, must be supplied with its own power supply and for each of them the system limits, in terms of absorption and maximum distances specified below, apply. A system made up of two or more BUSes, connected by interfaces configured in “physical expansion” mode, cannot be supplied with only one power supply item E46ADCN, even if the number and the type of components connected to the system would not involve exceeding the maximum absorption planned (1200 mA).

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2. Two interfaces in parallel cannot be connected on the same BUS.

3. Up to 4 interfaces can be put in series, dividing the system into 5 separate stretches.

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GeNeraL ruLeS for INStaLLatIoN actuators

actuatorS

actuatorS

To manage some types of load correctly, installation indications, valid for all the actuators used, must be respected.

FLUORESCENT LAMPS: the connection cable between the actuator and the load must not be less than 3m long. Do not connect more than 15 actuators which control this type of lamp on the same line.

Example of connection with Item F411/1N

METAL IODIDE AND SODIUM vAPOUR LAMPS: pay attention to the indications given for fluorescent lamps to the instructions for use of these lamps (for example avoid switching them on hot), do not connect dimmers to the same line of these lamps; keep the BUS line and the power for these lamps at least 1 metre apart.

THREE-PHASE NETWORKS: in the case of three-phase networks check the balancing of the phases and the quality of the network.

Failure to respect the above provisions may affect the correct working of the device.

N L 1 2 3 L N MIN 3 m
N
L
1
2
3
L
N
MIN 3 m

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GeNeraL ruLeS for INStaLLatIoN two-input interface tWo-INPut INterface IteM L/N/Nt4688 aNd IteM 3477 The connection

GeNeraL ruLeS for INStaLLatIoN two-input interface

tWo-INPut INterface IteM L/N/Nt4688 aNd IteM 3477

tWo-INPut INterface IteM L/N/Nt4688 aNd IteM 3477

The connection between the interface and the traditional device must not be more than 50 metres long.

prestigious switch (reuse of historical devices) 50 m BUS
prestigious switch
(reuse of historical
devices)
50 m
BUS

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WIrING

dIaGraMS

dIaGraM 1 SWItcHING a LaMP oN aNd off N 230v a.c. L L4675 A=1 1-module
dIaGraM 1
SWItcHING a LaMP oN aNd off
N
230v a.c.
L
L4675
A=1
1-module
PL=1
actuator
M=
power supply
G=
230v a.c.
BUS
to other
devices
L4651/2
A=1
control
PL=1
M=O/I
SPE=
AUX=
dIaGraM 2
SWItcHING tWo LaMPS oN aNd off WItH oN/off GeNeraL coNtroL
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230v a.c.

N

L

power supply

230v a.c. N L power supply 230v a.c. F411/1N A=1 PL=1 M=0/I G1=– G2=– A=1 PL=2
230v a.c. N L power supply 230v a.c. F411/1N A=1 PL=1 M=0/I G1=– G2=– A=1 PL=2

230v a.c.

F411/1N A=1 PL=1 M=0/I G1=– G2=–
F411/1N
A=1
PL=1
M=0/I
G1=–
G2=–
A=1 PL=2 M=0/I G1=– G2=–
A=1
PL=2
M=0/I
G1=–
G2=–

F411/1N

BUS

BUS

   
A=GEN L4651/2
A=GEN
L4651/2
A=GEN L4651/2 PL=– M=O/I SPE=– AUX=– control L4651/2 ON/OFF general control

PL=–

M=O/I

SPE=–

AUX=–

control

A=GEN L4651/2 PL=– M=O/I SPE=– AUX=– control L4651/2 ON/OFF general control

L4651/2

ON/OFF

general

control

 
L4651/2 control A=1 PL=2

L4651/2

control

L4651/2 control A=1 PL=2

A=1

PL=2

A=1

PL=1

M=O/I

 

M=O/I

SPE=

SPE=

AUX=

AUX=

 

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WIrING dIaGraMS
WIrING
dIaGraMS

dIaGraM 3

Motor coNtroL IN aLterNated curreNt for roLLING SHutterS, curtaINS or MotorISed roLLING SHutterS

230v a.c.

N

L

N
N
N
N

N

N
M L1 L2
M
L1
L2

F411/2

DIN

actuator

230v a.c. N L N M L1 L2 F411/2 DIN actuator A=2 PL1=1 PL2=1 G= M=

A=2

PL1=1

PL2=1

G=

M=

L1-N = clockwise rotation L2-N = anticlockwise rotation

M = motor in AC with 2 windings

power supply

rotation M = motor in AC with 2 windings power supply 230v a.c. BUS to other

230v a.c.

M = motor in AC with 2 windings power supply 230v a.c. BUS to other devices

BUS

M = motor in AC with 2 windings power supply 230v a.c. BUS to other devices
M = motor in AC with 2 windings power supply 230v a.c. BUS to other devices

to other

devices

L4651/2 A=2 control PL1=1 M= SPE= AUX=
L4651/2
A=2
control
PL1=1
M=
SPE=
AUX=

dIaGraM 4

Motor coNtroL IN dIrect curreNt for MotorISed curtaINS (exaMPLe 24 v d.c.)

24V d.c. M + + power supply B F411/2 F411/2 A=3 A=3 PL1=1 PL1=1 v
24V d.c.
M
+
+
power supply B
F411/2
F411/2
A=3
A=3
PL1=1
PL1=1
v a.c.
PL2=1
PL2=1
power supply A
G=
G=
M=
M=SLA
230v a.c.
BUS
to other
devices
NOTE: 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
L4651/2
A=3
control
PL1=1
M=
F411/2).
SPE=
AUX=

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dIaGraM 5

SWItcHING-oN coNtroL for BatHrooM LIGHt aNd faN WItH deLayed SWItcHING-off

N 230v a.c. L bathroom M fan bathroom light F411/1N F411/1N Master Slave actuator actuator
N
230v a.c.
L
bathroom
M
fan
bathroom
light
F411/1N
F411/1N
Master
Slave
actuator
actuator
A=3
A=3
PL=1
PL=1
M=2
M=SLA
G1=
G1=
power supply
G2=
G2=
G3=
G3=
230v a.c.
BUS
to other
devices
• The ON control turns on the light and the
fan at the same time
ON
A=3
• The OFF control turns off the light
whereas the fan turns off after 2 minutes
(configurator in M=2 of the Master actuator)
PL1=1
L4651/2
M=O/I
control
SPE=
AUX=
OFF

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N

N

230v a.c.

L

230v a.c. L

power supply

L4675 A=1 1-module PL=1 actuator M= G=
L4675
A=1
1-module
PL=1
actuator
M=
G=
230v a.c. BUS
230v a.c. BUS

230v a.c.

BUS

 
L4611 A=5 L4651/2 A=1 to other devices

L4611

A=5

L4651/2

A=1

to other

devices

• The light turns on when the IR detector detects a person or when the control, item L4651/2 is pressed. It turns off automatically after 15 minutes.

IR detector

IR detector PL=7 M=AUX SPE= control PL=1 M=6 SPE=

PL=7

M=AUX

SPE=

control

IR detector PL=7 M=AUX SPE= control PL=1 M=6 SPE=

PL=1

M=6

SPE=

• The configurators in the AUX positions of the detector and of the control must have the same value.

AUX=2

AUX=2

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WIrING dIaGraMS
WIrING
dIaGraMS

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N N 230v a.c. L L + F413N DIN Ballast actuator A=2 N L -
N
N
230v a.c.
L
L
+
F413N
DIN
Ballast
actuator
A=2
N L - +
PL=1
M=
power supply
SPE=
AUX=
230v a.c.
BUS
to other
devices
L4651/2
A=2
control
PL=1
M=O/I
SPE=
AUX=

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N 230v a.c. L DIN dimmer actuator A=1 power supply PL=2 M= incandescence lamps, halogen
N
230v a.c.
L
DIN
dimmer
actuator
A=1
power supply
PL=2
M=
incandescence lamps,
halogen and ferromagnetic
transformer
G=
230v a.c.
BUS
to other
devices
L4651/2
A=1
control
PL=2
M=O/I
SPE=
AUX=

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coNfIGuratIoN General description INdex of tHe devIceS to Be coNfIGured The following pages describe the

coNfIGuratIoN General description

INdex of tHe devIceS to Be coNfIGured

INdex of tHe devIceS to Be coNfIGured

The following pages describe the configuration mode of the devices of the system which require it.

Contents

Item

Description

Page

L4651/2

control for 1 actuator – 2 modules

38

L4652/2

control for 2 actuators – 2 modules

41

L4652/3

control for 3 actuators – 3 modules

42

L/N/NT4683

touch screen

48

F420

scenario module - 2 DIN modules

46

N4681

scenario control unit – 2 modules

43

L/N/NT4654N

receiver for remote control – 2 modules

50

L/N/NT4610

fixed IR receiver – 2 modules

58

L/N/NT4611

swivel IR receiver – 2 modules

58

L4671/1

actuator 1 relay – 2 modules

60

L4671/2

actuator 2 relays – 2 modules

61

L4674

actuator for slave dimmer – 2 modules

62

L/N/NT4675

actuator 1 relay – 1 module

60

3475

actuator – Basic module

61

3476

actuator/command – Basic module

62

L/N/NT4672

actuator 1 relay NC – 2 modules

66

F412

actuator 1 relay NC – 2 DIN modules

63

F411/1N

actuator 1 relay – 2 DIN modules

64

F411/2

actuator 2 relays – 2 DIN modules

65

F411/4

actuator 4 relays – 2 DIN modules

66

F413N

1 to 10v output for ballast - 2 DIN modules

68

L/N/NT4688

contact interface - 1 module

69

3477

contact interface - Basic module

71

F422

SCS/SCS interface – 2 DIN modules

73

F425

memory module – 2 DIN modules

78

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actuatorS: addreSS aNd tyPe of coNtroL

To understand the addressing logic it is useful to define some terms which will occur frequently in this text.

Room (A)

Set of devices belonging to a logical area (in a home, for example, the living room, the bedroom, etc.).

Light Point (PL)

Numeric identification of the single actuators inside the Room.

group (g)

Set of devices also belonging to different rooms but which must be controlled at the same time (e.g. the rolling shutters of the North side of the home, the lighting of the day area, etc.).

Actuator address

The address of each actuator is defined uniquely by assigning the numeric configurators 1 to 9 in positions A (Room) and PL (Light Point inside the Room).

A maximum of 9 addresses can be defined for each room; a maximum of 9

rooms can be defined in a system. The group of belonging is defined by inserting a third numeric configurator in the housing identified with G (Group). Some actuators have several G positions (G1, G2 and G3) as they can belong

to several different groups at the same time.

Example: The actuator configured with A = 1, PL = 3 e G = 4 is device 3

of room 1 belonging to group 4.

1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5
1 2 3 4 5
1 2 3 4 5
1 2 3 4 5
1 2
3 4 5
1 2 3 4 5
1 2 3 4 5

Up to 9 room addresses can be managed in one system. For each room up to 9 addresses can be managed for each actuator. To these addresses are added any belonging to one or more groups.

A = GR PL = 1
A = GR
PL = 1

LoGIc exteNSIoN

LoGIc exteNSIoN

For special applications such as extensive systems in houses or service/ industrial rooms, where the use of many devices may exceed the configuration limits mentioned above (9 addresses for each of the 9 rooms planned), interface item F422 can be used, configured in the “logic expansion” mode.

This mode can expand a system made up of several individual systems, each of which may thus use all the 81 addresses, connected together on a single BUS with riser function. A typical use may be the house distributed over several floors: a system can be made for each floor and they can be connected by means of interface item F422.

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coNfIGuratIoN General description coNtroLS: addreSSeS aNd tyPe of coNtroL The control devices also have positions

coNfIGuratIoN General description

coNtroLS: addreSSeS aNd tyPe of coNtroL

The control devices also have positions A and PL to define the addresses of the devices which receive the command (actuators). For these positions there are numeric configurators with graphics which enable the device to send the command with the various ways listed in the table below.

Control

Control

Device address mode

Type of command

Control device

Actuator device

 

configurator

configurator

configurator

configurator

housing

value

housings

value

Point-to-point

A

19

A

19

PL

19

PL

19

Room

A

AMB

A

1√9
1√9
 
 

PL

19

PL

19

Group

A

GR

G1

1√9
1√9

PL

1√9
1√9

G2

1√9
1√9
 

G3

19

General

A

GEN

PL

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Point-to-point control

If the control is configured with A = 2 and PL = 3, this device sends the command to the actuator identified with A = 2 and PL = 3.

group control

If the control is configured with A = GR and PL = 1, this device sends the command to the actuator identified with G = 1 (thus belonging to group 1).

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For a better understanding of the concepts described in the previous page, the four addressing modes are described below.

Point-to-point command

Direct command to one actuator identified by a “room number” and a “light point number”.

Control device: A = n*

Actuator:

Example: command for a single load (lamp, fan, rolling shutter, etc.)

PL = n* PL = n*

A = n*

The control devices (senders) can activate the actuators (receivers) with the following modes.

Point-to-point

Commands

Actuators

Room 1

Room 2

A = 1 A = 1 A = 1 A = 2 A = 2
A
=
1
A
=
1
A
=
1
A
= 2
A
=
2
A
= 2
PL
= 1
PL
= 2
PL
= 3
PL
= 1
PL
= 2
PL
= 3
A
= 1
A
= 1
A
= 1
A
= 2
A
= 2
A
= 2
PL
= 1
PL
= 2
PL
= 3
PL
= 1
PL
= 2
PL
= 3

Room command

Direct command to all the actuators identified by the same room number.

Control device: A = AMB

Actuator:

PL = n* PL = n*

A = n*

Example: commands for all the window and door frames of a room

Point-to-point

Commands

Actuators

* n = any numeric configurator from 1 to 9

Room 1

Room 2

A = 1 A = 1 A = 1 A = 2 A = 2
A
= 1
A
= 1
A
= 1
A
= 2
A
= 2
A
= 2
PL
= 1
PL
= 2
PL
= 3
PL
= 1
PL
= 2
PL
= 3
A
= 1
A
= 1
A
= 1
A
= 2
A
= 2
A
= 2
PL
= 1
PL
= 2
PL
= 3
PL
= 1
PL
= 2
PL
= 3
A
= AMB
A
= AMB
Room
Room
PL
= 1
PL
=
2
Command 1
Command 2

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coNfIGuratIoN General description addreSSING LeveLS group control Direct command to all the actuators which perform

coNfIGuratIoN General description

addreSSING LeveLS

addreSSING LeveLS

group control

Direct command to all the actuators which perform particular functions even if they belong to different rooms and are identified by the same “group number”.

Example: command of all the window and door frames of a floor, on the North side of the building

Control device: A = GR PL = n* Actuator: A = n* PL = n* G = n*

Group

Command 1

Group

Command 2

Room 1 Room 2 Point-to-point Commands A = 1 A = 1 A = 1
Room 1
Room 2
Point-to-point
Commands
A
= 1
A
=
1
A
= 1
A
= 2
A
= 2
A
= 2
PL
= 1
PL
=
2
PL
= 3
PL
= 1
PL
= 2
PL
= 3
A = GR
PL = 1
A
= GR
PL
= 2
A
= 1
A
= 1
A
= 1
A
= 2
A = 2
A
= 2
PL
= 1
PL
= 2
PL
= 3
PL
= 1
PL
= 2
PL
= 3
G
= 1
G
= 1
G
= 2
G
= 2
G
= 1
G
= 1
Actuators
A = AMB
A
= AMB
Room
Room
PL = 1
PL
= 2
Command 1
Command 2

general control

Direct command to all the system actuators.

Control device:

Actuator:

A = GEN A = n*

PL = / PL = n*

G = n*

Example: opening/closing command of all the window and door frames of the building

Room 1

Room 2

Group

Command 1

Group

Command 2

General

Command

A = 1 A = 1 A = 1 A = 2 A = 2
A
= 1
A
=
1
A
= 1
A
= 2
A
=
2
A
= 2
Commands
PL
= 1
PL
= 2
PL
= 3
PL
= 1
PL
= 2
PL
= 3
A
= GR
PL
= 1
A
= GR
PL
= 2
A
= GEN
PL
=
Actuators
A
= 1
A
= 1
A
= 1
A
= 2
A
= 2
A
= 2
PL
= 1
PL
= 2
PL
= 3
PL
= 1
PL
= 2
PL
= 3
G
= 1
G
= 1
G
= 2
G
= 2
G
= 1
G
= 1
Actuators
A
= AMB
A
= AMB
Room
Room
PL
= 1
PL
= 2
Command 1
Command 2

n* = any numeric configurator from 1 to 9

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The drawing shows two rooms of a building with 6 windows (3 for each room) with electrically operated rolling shutters.

Each actuator connected to the rolling shutter is identified by three numbers:

Room number (A), progressive device number (PL) and Group (G) to which

it belongs.

The control devices are instead marked by two configurators in positions A

and PL which specify the actuators which will receive the command (one only, one group or several actuators of a room).

Point-to-point control

Control 1 (A = 1, PL = 1) controls actuator 1 (A = 1, PL = 1 and G = 1). In the

same way control 2 (A = 1, PL = 2) controls actuator 2 (A =

= 1) etc

1, PL = 2 and G

Room control

Room control 1 (A = ROOM, PL = 1) controls actuators 1, 2 and 3 marked with

group control

The two Group controls can manage some rolling shutters of room 1 and others of room 2. In fact the group control 1 marked with A = GR and PL = 1 controls actuators 1, 2, 5 and 6 marked with G = 1. In the same way group control 2 (A = ROOM, PL = 2) controls actuators 3 and 4.

general control

The device identified A = GEN and PL = - (no configurator) sends a general command to all the actuators in the system.

A = 1. In the same way Room control 2 (A = ROOM, PL =
A
= 1. In the same way Room control 2 (A = ROOM, PL = 2) controls actuators
4,
5 and 6 marked with A = 2.
point-point
room
group
controls
controls
controls
controls
general
1 2
3
4
1
2
1
2
control
A = 1
PL = 1
A = 1
PL = 2
A = 1
PL = 3
A = 2
PL = 1
A =AMB
PL = 1
A =AMB
PL = 2
A =GR
PL = 1
A =GR
PL = 2
A =GEN
PL =
BUS
1
2 3
4
5 6
230v a.c.
actuators
A = 1
A = 1
A = 1
A = 2
A = 2
A = 2
PL = 1
PL = 2
PL = 3
PL = 1
PL = 2
PL = 3
G = 1
G = 1
G = 2
G = 2
G = 1
G = 1

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coNfIGuratIoN General description MaIN coNtroL oPeratING ModeS The devices in the automation system can perform

coNfIGuratIoN General description

MaIN coNtroL oPeratING ModeS

MaIN coNtroL oPeratING ModeS

The devices in the automation system can perform different functions, such as setting the brightness, switching lamps ON/OFF or opening/closing rolling shutters. The function performed, i.e. what the device must do, is defined by putting

configurators into the housings marked with M of the control devices and completing the devices with keys and key covers (if the devices are flush mounted). The table below lists the various operating modes depending on the configurator and type of key cover used in the device.

Table

Key covers

Configurator value (M)

Function performed

M no configurator Cyclical ON-OFF command
M
M

no configurator

Cyclical ON-OFF command

Pressing the device used with relay actuators several times on

the key cover sends the ON and OFF command alternately. With dimmer actuators keeping the pushbutton pressed adjusts the load power.

1

function

M ON
M
ON

ON command On pressing the key cover the device sends the ON command.

 

configurator

ON

M OFF
M
OFF

OFF command On pressing the key cover the device sends the OFF command.

configurator

OFF

M PUL
M
PUL

Monostable ON-OFF command (pushbutton)

This mode can perform an ON/OFF command similar to the command of a traditional point-to-point pushbutton, thus intended just for one address.

configurator

PUL

M Bistable command with hold (UP-DOWN for rolling shutters).
M
M

Bistable command with hold (UP-DOWN for rolling shutters).

By pressing the key cover (lower or upper) quickly, it sends

the UP-DOWN command for a rolling shutter motor. After the command has been given, pressing the lower or upper key cover again stops the rolling shutter in the position required.

configurator

configurator

2

functions

 
M M configurator M
M
M
configurator
M

Monostable command (UP-DOWN for rolling shutters).

The device sends an UP-DOWN command 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.

M O/I
M
O/I

configurator

O/I

ON/OFF command Used with relay actuators, when the upper key cover is pressed

the device sends an ON command; when the lower key cover is pressed the device sends an OFF command. With dimmer actuators pressing the upper and lower key cover adjusts the load power.

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auxILIary coMMaNdS

Some special functions can be performed using a resource common to all the SCS systems: the auxiliary channels. There are 9 transmission channels on which commands can be sent. Commands can be sent on auxiliary channels from any control device, configuring A = AUX and PL = 1 to 9. The configurator in PL specifies on which auxiliary channel the command must be

transmitted, while the mode of operation is specified by configurator M as for all the other commands. The actuators do not recognise these commands directly; the special command which translates the auxiliary into a command which the actuators can perform must therefore be used.

MaIN actuator oPeratIoN ModeS

MaIN actuator oPeratIoN ModeS

The actuators can be configured for the following operating modes:

Table

Configurator (M) value

Function performed

M 1√4 configurator 1 to 4
M 1√4
configurator
1 to 4

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.

M SLA configurator SLA
M SLA
configurator
SLA

Slave This mode can perform a command 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).

M PUL configurator PUL
M PUL
configurator
PUL

PUL

The device does not operate with the Room and General commands.

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coNfIGuratIoN control for extensive systems Item L4655 This Item can be used in systems that

coNfIGuratIoN control for extensive systems Item L4655

This Item can be used in systems that have an SCS/SCS interface item F422. When installing the control on the bus of an interface (terminal OUT), it is possible to send commands to an actuator situated on the bus of another interface directly, without using auxiliary controls as a medium. This new Item has a configuration housing called “I” used for the address of the interface on which there is the actuator to be controlled. The interfaces in the system (in logical expansion mode) must be numbered from 1 to 9 (I=1 to 9). If I=0, the control for extended systems sends commands intended for actuators installed only on the local section; if I=CEN, the control for extended systems sends commands intended for actuators installed on the main riser.

The control enables you to achieve functions for advanced dimmers such as the time setting for SOFT-START and SOFT-STOP or the activation of a dimmer at a selected adjustment level, selected between 1% to 99%, configuring the LIv1 and LIv0 (01 to 99) housings. It is also possible to set up all the functions of the special control Item L/H4651/2, except those used for video door-entry systems and auxiliary controls. Therefore, the new control enables you to address a total of 81 devices connected to the buses of the 9 SCS/SCS interfaces; additionally, considering the 81 devices that can be installed on the riser bus, it will be possible to achieve a total of 810 addresses with one system.

upper pushbutton lower pushbutton LED LED
upper pushbutton
lower pushbutton
LED
LED

front view

upper pushbutton lower pushbutton LED LED front view configurator housing BUS rear view

configurator

housing

BUS

rear view

Mode of operation

The following table lists all the modes of operation expected with the configurator in position M. The “-” symbol indicates the configurator/key cover combinations which cannot be used.

A PL M LIV1 LIV0 SPE I
A
PL
M
LIV1
LIV0
SPE
I

position M

Table

Possible function

Combination key cover used and configurator in M

 
   
 

Cyclical ON-OFF for short push and adjustment for long push

no

configurator

ON command

ON

—·

Timed ON command 1)

1 to 8

OFF command

OFF

ON pressing the upper key – OFF pressing the lower key and adjustment for long pressure (dimmer)

O/I 3)

Rolling shutter up-down to end of stroke

 
Rolling shutter up-down to end of stroke —    
 

Monostable rolling shutter up-down

 
Monostable rolling shutter up-down —   M

M

Pushbutton (ON monostable)

PUL

-

1) The device puts the actuator which it has in address in OFF after a time laid down by the configurators used, as indicated in the table below:

2) Extra times to table 1. To actuate them both positions M and SPE must be configured.

Configurator

Time (minutes)

Configurator

Time

1

1

M

SPE

2

2

1

7

2 seconds

3

3

2

7

10 minutes

4

4

5

5

3) As a function of the receiver actuator mode of operation

6

15

7

30 seconds

8

0.5 seconds

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Advanced modes of operation

Advanced modes of operation
In combination with the configurator in position M, by configuring positions SPE and AUX the
In combination with the configurator in position M, by configuring positions
SPE and AUX the device can be enabled to perform special functions.
Operating functions possible with configurator in position SPE
A
PL
M position M
LIV1
LIV0
SPE
I position SPE

Possible function

Configurator in position SPE

Combination key cover used and configurator in M

 
 
 

Locks the state of the devices to which the command is addressed

1

1

Unlocks the state of the devices to which the command is addressed

1

2

Locks with lower key and unlocks with upper key

1

3

ON with flash 1)

2

none to 9

Selection fixed adjustment level at 10 to 90% of the dimmer 2)

3

1 to 9

Repeating of key 1 to 9 of the scenario unit whose address is specified in A and PL

4

1 to 9

Selection of the SOFT-START and SOFT-STOP speed and selection of 5 the fixed adjustment level from 1% to 99% using the LIV1=0 to 9 and LIV0=0 to 9 housings; the management is cyclical with ON at the selected level and OFF. If LIV1=LIV0=0,the control cyclically allows you to send ON (at the last motorised level) and OFF; when using point-point commands, the adjustment occurs with a long pressure and with an adjustment speed which can be configured with the M housing (see table 3)

1 to 9 3)

Same functions as above, with ON management (at selected level) using top key and OFF using bottom key. If LIv1=LIv0=0, the control will allow you to send ON (last stored level) with the top key and OFF with the bottom key; when using point-point commands, the adjustment occurs with a long pressure and with an adjustment speed which can be configured with the M housing (see table 3)

9

— 1 to 9 3)

1) The flashing time is specified in the table:

 
T T
T
T
 

Configurator

Time (seconds)

   

none

0.5

1

1

2

1.5

3

2

4

2.5

5

3

6

3.5

7

4

8

4.5

9

5

3) The function is operative if the address of the device corresponds to a dimmer actuator.

Configurator

Soft-start and soft-stop time

1

1 sec

2

3 sec

3

5 sec

4

10 sec

5

20 sec

6

40 sec

7

1 m

8

2 m

9

4 m 15 s

2) The function is operative if the address of the device corresponds to the address of a dimmer actuator.

The configurator in M determines the adjustment in % of the load power.

Configurator

%P on the load

1

10

2

20

3

30

4

40

5

50

6

60

7

70

8

80

9

90

The activation of the device sets the load to the selected value only in ON mode. To execute the OFF mode, use a second control with configurator OFF in M.

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Other operating functions possible with configurator in position SPE A PL M LIV1 LIV0 SPE

Other operating functions possible with configurator in position SPE

A PL M LIV1 LIV0 SPE I
A
PL
M
LIV1
LIV0
SPE
I

position M

position SPE

Possible function

Configurator in position SPE

Combination key cover used and configurator in M

 
   

T1

T2

 
   
 
 

T3

T4

Scenario module control

6

 

SCENARIO

 
 

M

T1

T2

T3

T4

1

1

2

3

4

2

5

6

7

8

3

9

10

11

12

4

13

14

15

16

Sound system function

8

see Technical Guide Sound System

 

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coNfIGuratIoN timer control Item L4656

This device enables you to achieve advanced timing functions. When configuring the M1/M2 housings for
This device enables you to achieve advanced timing functions. When
configuring the M1/M2 housings for determining the timing minutes and S1/
S2 for the timing seconds, it is possible to send timed commands, with time
up to 59 minutes and 59 seconds with 1 second steps. If M1=M2=S1=S2=9,
pushbutton P2
a
command with a timing of 0.5 seconds will be sent. If M1=M2=S1=S2=0,
the command will not be timed, thus operating in cyclical ON-OFF mode on
pushbutton P1
the P1 button. If the sub-keys contained in the package are appropriately
selected (1 or 2 modules, 1 or 2 functions), it will be possible to send only
timing commands or, when using the two keys on the right, the usual ON,
OFF or dimmer adjustment commands.
As shown in the table, it is possible to achieve the following functions in
combination with the keys:
pushbutton P3
LED
front view
- only timing function implemented with 2-module key – 1 function
(pushbutton P1);
- timing function with one key on the left, 1 module and 1 function
(pushbutton P1) and one key on the right, 1 module and 1 function for
sending OFF commands (pushbutton P3);
configurator
housing
- timing function with one key on the left, 1 module and 1 function
(pushbutton P1) and one key on the right, 1 module and 2 functions for
sending ON commands (pushbutton P2) and OFF commands (pushbutton
P3) or with long pressure, adjustment of the dimmer brightness level.
BUS
This Item can also be used in systems that have the SCS/SCS interface item
F422. When installing the control on the bus of an interface, it is possible
to send commands to an actuator situated on the bus of another interface
directly, without using auxiliary controls as a medium.
This new Item has a configuration housing called “I” used for the address of
rear view
automation

the interface on which there is the actuator to be controlled. The interfaces

in the system (in logical expansion mode) must be numbered from 1 to 9

(I4=1 to 9).

If I=0, the control sends commands intended for actuators installed only on

the local section; if I=CEN, the timer command sends commands intended for actuators installed on the main riser.

NOTE: Please refer to Bticino’s sales technicians for the availability date of the actuators.

Table

Key covers used/Corresponding function

     

T3

      T3 T1 T2 T1 T2
      T3 T1 T2 T1 T2
      T3 T1 T2 T1 T2

T1

T2

T1

T2

 

T1

T2

T1

T2

T3

timed ON

timed ON

OFF

timed ON

OFF/Set DOWN

ON/Set UP

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coNfIGuratIoN control for single load 2 modules Item L4651/2 This device can be configured to

coNfIGuratIoN control for single load 2 modules Item L4651/2

This device can be configured to perform typical functions (ON, OFF, timed ON) and special functions (otherwise possible in traditional systems with many devices and complex wiring).

upper pushbutton lower pushbutton LED
upper pushbutton
lower pushbutton
LED

front view

configurator housing BUS
configurator
housing
BUS

rear view

Mode of operation

The following table lists all the modes of operation expected with the configurator in position M. The “-” symbol indicates the configurator/key cover combinations which cannot be used.

configurator/key cover combinations which cannot be used. position M Table Possible function Combination key cover

position M

Table

Possible function

Combination key cover used and configurator in M

 
 
 

Cyclical ON-OFF for short push and adjustment for long push

no

configurator

ON command

ON

—·

Timed ON command 1)

1 to 8

OFF command

OFF

ON pressing the upper key – OFF pressing the lower key and adjustment for long pressure (dimmer)

O/I 3)

Rolling shutter up-down to end of stroke

 
Rolling shutter up-down to end of stroke —    
 

Monostable rolling shutter up-down

 
Monostable rolling shutter up-down —   M

M

Pushbutton (ON monostable)

PUL

-

1) The device puts the actuator which it has in address in OFF after a time laid down by the configurators used, as indicated in the table below:

2) Extra times to table 1 only valid for item L4651/2. To actuate them both positions M and SPE must be configured.

Configurator

Time (minutes)

Configurator

Time

1

1

M

SPE

2

2

1

7

2 seconds

3

3

2

7

10 minutes

4

4

5

5

3) As a function of the receiver actuator mode of operation

6

15

7

30 seconds

8

0.5 seconds

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automation

Advanced modes of operation

Advanced modes of operation

In combination with the configurator in position M, by configuring positions SPE and AUX the device can be enabled to perform special functions.

Operating functions possible with configurator in position SPE

A PL M SPE AUX
A
PL
M
SPE
AUX

position M

position SPE

Possible function

Configurator in position SPE

Combination key cover used and configurator in M

 
 
 

Locks the state of the devices to which the command is addressed

1

1

Unlocks the state of the devices to which the command is addressed

1

2

Locks with lower key and unlocks with upper key

1

3

ON with flash 1)

2

none to 9

Selection fixed adjustment level at 10 to 100% of the dimmer 2)

3

1 to 9

Repeating of key 1 to 4 of the scenario control unit whose address is specified in A and PL

4

1 to 9

1) The flashing period is indicated in the table:

 

2) The function is active if the device address corresponds to the address of a dimmer actuator Item L4674. The configurator in M defines the adjustment in % of the load power.

 
T T
T
T
 
 

Configurator

Time (seconds)

     

none

0.5

Configurator

%P on the load

1

1

1

10

2

1.5

2

20

3

2

3

30

4

2.5

4

40

5

3

5

50

6

3.5

6

60

7

4

7

70

8

4.5

8

80

9

5

9

90

Activating the device only puts the load at the value selected in ON. To turn OFF use a second control with configurator OFF in M.

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coNfIGuratIoN control for single load 2 modules Item L4651/2 Other operating functions possible with configurator

coNfIGuratIoN control for single load 2 modules Item L4651/2

Other operating functions possible with configurator in position SPE

A PL M SPE AUX
A
PL
M
SPE
AUX

position M

position SPE

Possible function

Configurator in position SPE

Combination key cover used and configurator in M

 
   

T1

T2

 
   
 
 

T3

T4

Scenario module control

6

 

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M

T1

T2

T3

T4

1

1

2

3

4

2

5

6

7

8

3

9

10

11

12

4

13

14

15

16

Sound diffusion system function

8

see Section Sound Diffusion System

 

Door entry and video door entry system functions

9

see Communication Technical Guide

 

Operating functions possible with configurators in position AuX

The configurator in AUX indicates the auxiliary channel number which activates the command.

the auxiliary channel number which activates the command. position AUX On receiving a message sent on

position AUX

On receiving a message sent on the AUX channel indicated, the device sends the command for which it is configured as if its command button had been pressed.

No. of auxiliary channel which enables the control

Combination key cover used and configurator in AUX

control Combination key cover used and configurator in AUX No channel — — Channel 1 to
control Combination key cover used and configurator in AUX No channel — — Channel 1 to

No channel

Channel 1 to 9

1 to 9

1 to 9

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coNfIGuratIoN control for single and double loads – 2 modules – Item L4652/2

Mode of operation Made up of two independent controls, the back of the device has
Mode of operation
Made up of two independent controls, the back of the device has two
distinct positions M1 and M2.
If the device is to be used for just one command, configure only the
positions for command 1 (positions A1, PL1 and M1). If instead two separate
commands are to be generated, configure the positions of command 1 and
command 2 independently.
upper pushbuttons
lower pushbuttons
A
PL1
LED
M1
position M1
A2
front view
PL2
M2
position M2
control 1
control 2
BUS
rear view
automation

Table

Possible function

Combination of key covers used/Configurator in M1 and M2

 

control 1

control 2

control 1

control 2

  control 1 control 2 control 1 control 2 ON command ON —   OFF command
  control 1 control 2 control 1 control 2 ON command ON —   OFF command
  control 1 control 2 control 1 control 2 ON command ON —   OFF command
  control 1 control 2 control 1 control 2 ON command ON —   OFF command
  control 1 control 2 control 1 control 2 ON command ON —   OFF command
  control 1 control 2 control 1 control 2 ON command ON —   OFF command
  control 1 control 2 control 1 control 2 ON command ON —   OFF command
  control 1 control 2 control 1 control 2 ON command ON —   OFF command
  control 1 control 2 control 1 control 2 ON command ON —   OFF command
  control 1 control 2 control 1 control 2 ON command ON —   OFF command

ON command

ON

 

OFF command

OFF

 

Timed ON command 2)

1 to 8

 

Dimmer - ON command (upper key) OFF (lower key) + adjustment 1)

O/I

 

Cyclical ON-OFF command and adjustment 1)

no configurator

 

Rolling shutter up-down to end of stroke

Monostable rolling shutter up-down

M

Pushbutton (ON monostable)

PUL

 

1) If the command is sent to a dimmer actuator. 2) For operating times and description see the table for the device Item L4651/2.

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coNfIGuratIoN control for single and double loads – 3 modules – Item L4652/3 Device with

coNfIGuratIoN control for single and double loads – 3 modules – Item L4652/3

Device with three independent controls. Can drive actuators for single loads with 1 relay or
Device with three independent controls.
Can drive actuators for single loads with 1 relay or actuators with 2
interlocked relays and send controls for the management of advanced
devices if configured with CEN configurator.
upper
pushbuttons
Mode of operation
lower
On the back of the device has three distinct A and PL positions which refer to
three keys on the front part.
Going from left to right the three front keys correspond to command 1 (A1,
PL1), command 2 (A2, PL2) and command 3 (A3, PL3).
pushbuttons
LED
front view
The following table lists all the modes of operation with the configurator in
position M.
control 1
control 2
control 3
position M
BUS
rear view
control 1 control 2 control 3 position M BUS rear view Configurator value in position M

Configurator value in position M

Key covers used/function

Configurator value in position M Key covers used/function Configurator value in position M Key covers used/function
Configurator value in position M Key covers used/function Configurator value in position M Key covers used/function

Configurator value in position M

Key covers used/function

Configurator value in position M Key covers used/function no configurator cyclical ON-OFF 1 ON-OFF UP-DOWN

no configurator

cyclical ON-OFF

1

ON-OFF

UP-DOWN

NOTE: if the command is associated with a dimmer actuator Item L4674 with modes of operation cyclical ON-OFF, ON (upper key) and OFF (lower key) the brightness can also be adjusted.

cyclic

4

ON-OFF

UP-DOWN

cyclic

monostable

 

7

ON-OFF

ON (upper key) OFF (lower key)

 

cyclic

ON-OFF ON (upper key) OFF (lower key)   cyclic Configurator value in position M Key covers

Configurator value in position M

Key covers used/function

Configurator value in position M Key covers used/function Configurator value in position M Key covers used/function
Configurator value in position M Key covers used/function Configurator value in position M Key covers used/function

Configurator value in position M

Key covers used/function

Configurator value in position M Key covers used/function 3 up-down 2 ON-OFF UP-DOWN 6 up-down

3

up-down

2

ON-OFF

UP-DOWN

6

up-down monostable

cyclic

9

ON (upper key) OFF (lower key)

5

ON-OFF

UP-DOWN

cyclic

monostable

 

8

ON-OFF

ON (upper key) OFF (lower key)

 

cyclic

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coNfIGuratIoN Scenario control unit Item N4681