Guidelines TECHNICAL GUIDE 07 MH07IN/GB CONTENTS MY HOME GENERAL FEATURES General features 4 The advantages of MY HOME 12 BUS devices 18 MY HOME solutions 20 MY HOME LAYOUT OF THE BUILDING General rules for installation 34 MY HOME SYSTEM INTEGRATION General features 56 Wiring diagrams 58 Conﬁguration 70 Technical features 72 CONTENTS 1 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES MY HOME GENERAL FEATURES 2 SECTION CONTENTS General features 4 General features 8 The possible functions 12 The advantages of MY HOME 18 BUS devices 20 MY HOME solutions 3 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES MY HOME The home as you want it MY HOME is a home automation system which offers A common feature of all the MY HOME devices is that state-of-the-art solutions, which are in increasing they use the same system technology, based on the demand in the home and in the service sector. digital bus, so that the various system components It offers all the house-automation functions and can be combined as the customer chooses and applications concerning comfort, safety, energy requires. saving, communication and control. MY HOME WEB • Services to control and manage the home at a distance MOBILE PHONE CONTROL • Web server • Burglar-alarm control unit FIXED TELEPHONE with Dialling device • Telephone switchboard PERSONAL COMPUTER HAND-HELD COMPUTER 4 MY HOME - GUIDELINES The installation modularity and functional integration MY HOME can, moreover, communicate with the of the various devices also allows optimisation of outside world by means of special devices which costs, as the user can select which applications he interact with the home through ﬁxed-line telephones wants to adopt now and which he will choose in the and mobile phones and/or any Personal Computer future. via local network or Internet. • Temperature control • Burglar-alarm • Energy management • Remote assistance • Activating the load • Technical alarms timetable • Home CCTV SAVING SAFETY COMMUNICATION HOME COMFORT • 2 wire digital door entry and video door entry systems • Pabx switchboards • Sound system • Automation of lights and scenarios • Automation of shutters • Automatic switchboard rearming GENERAL FEATURES 5 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES MY HOME LIVING The home as you want it Today, the MY HOME system is also available in AXOLUTE styles and can cover all the domotic solutions associated with comfort, security, saving, communication and control. Furthermore, with AXOLUTE, advanced devices such as the colour Touch Screen, the VIDEODISPLAY and the VIDEOSTATION, add images to the control, thus providing the user MY HOME with a simpler and more intuitive interface. The Bus technology and the conﬁguration of the products have not changed and are common to all MY HOME systems achieved so far with the LIVING, LIGHT and LIGHT TECH styles. Totally free to choose the control MY HOME brings you the maximum choice in selecting domotic system; from simple controls to controls for the control, thus enabling you to manage your own rooms, scenarios and local and remote monitoring. ■ BASIC CONTROL ■ ROOM CONTROL Enabling and adjusting Colour Touch Screen: a single function with: • customizable icons • standard controls • control of all functions • infrared controls of a single room • touch controls Standard control Touch control Infrared control with Burglar alarm Colour Touch Screen detector 6 MY HOME - GUIDELINES LIGHT LIGHT TECH AXOLUTE ■ MONITORING CONTROL ■ SCENARIO CONTROL • control of all system functions The scenarios, complete with all the MY HOME • many customization possibilities functions, are stored in the scenario module and • simple and intuitive interface thanks to the can be selected from different devices, depending use of sounds and images via the VIDEO on the user’s needs. STATION and VIDEO DISPLAY Touch Screen Scenario control Scenario module VIDEO DISPLAY VIDEO STATION Other devices Standard control GENERAL FEATURES 7 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES SAFETY BURGLAR-ALARM CONTROL UNIT You can monitor the The possible whole house or just one particular room. functions GAS-STOP DETECTOR Just a small leak and the solenoid valve stops the gas escaping. COMFORT - AUTOMATION TOUCHSCREEN Just one room command for several MY HOME functions. MOTORISED ROLLING SHUTTERS When you wake up you can control the movement of one or more rolling shutters to give more light in the home effortlessly. COMFORT - SOUND SYSTEM SOUND SYSTEM AMPLIFIER With a simple movement you can switch the radio on from anywhere in the home and listen to your favourite programme. 8 MY HOME - GUIDELINES SAVING - TEMPERATURE CONTROL TEMPERATURE PROBE You can set different temperatures for each room and for every hour of the day. With savings up to 30%. SAVING - ENERGY MANAGEMENT SOCKET WITH ACTUATOR To disconnect the less important loads and avoid a blackout because of an overload. COMMUNICATION MINIATURISED CAMERAS A friendly eye in each room lets you check the whole house. SPEAKER PHONE “POLYX VIDEO DISPLAY” CONTROL HANDSET In each device you WEB SERVER will ﬁnd all the By means of communication you need the computer with the interphone, you can control video door entry and and activate telephone functions. your home even when you are away. GENERAL FEATURES 9 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES BTicino: the maximum for electrical safety in the home ■ ABSOLUTE PROTECTION: circuit breakers and thermal magnetic circuit breakers, protection against short circuits and SPD overloads and atmospheric discharges ■ ENERGY MANAGEMENT: management and control of non-priority loads to achieve intelligent energy saving ■ CONTINUITY OF SUPPLY: new SALVAVITA STOP&GO (Automatic Circuit Breaker) resetting with diagnostic control and BTest function, against untimely tripping signalling, with three-tone electric ring tones emergency torch, to avoid staying in the dark in case the lights go out 1 5 2 6 3 7 4 8 BTicino electric switchboard the best solution for protecting your home and the people in it. 10 MY HOME - GUIDELINES 1 SALVAVITA IS ONLY BTICINO 2 STOP&GO SALVAVITA Circuit-breaker for protecting In case of untimely release of the people. It provides maximum circuit breaker, electricity in the safety even in very serious house will be safely recovered conditions thanks to the new STOP&GO SALVAVITA resetting system Thermal-magnetic/earth-leakage switch STOP&GO SALVAVITA resetting system 3 ENERGY MANAGEMENT 4 THERMAL-MAGNETIC PROTECTION The intelligent control unit In a small space maximum disconnects the less important protection against short circuits loads to avoid the system being and overloads thanks to the overloaded and switches on the reduced module circuit breakers. electrical appliances in the most convenient time bands. Monitoring control unit Thermal-magnetic compact switch 5 PROTECTION AGAINST LIGHTNING 6 SIGNALLING It protects the system and the A single transformer for the devices installed in a house electronic three-tone bell which can (TV, computer, stereo...) against distinguish the calls from the main transient and atmospheric and secondary entrances and the overloads bathroom alarm and supply the gas alarm circuit. Surge limit Transformer 7 EMERGENCY LIGHT 8 DIGITAL TIME SWITCHES If there is no ordinary lighting, the They are able to adjust the ON/ emergency lamp lights up so that OFF timing of devices such as the you can identify the switchboard watering system or the garden and reach it more easily. lights. Emergency lamp Programmable digital time switch GENERAL FEATURES 11 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES The advantages of MY HOME ■ ACTIVE SAFETY ■ EASY TO USE Following a dangerous event MY HOME acts The advanced functions of the MY HOME system in the most suitable way, activating the sound are controlled by intelligent devices which work signals of the Burglar-alarm system or operating in the same way as the traditional devices. the Automation devices to stop the entry of water or gas into the home, close the rolling shutters if it is raining, etc.. Radio ﬂooding detector water ﬂow stop solenoid valve M Relay actuator Burglar alarm automation system system Relay Radio receiver actuator Actuator automatic closing of the rolling shutters because of dangerous events Gas detector gas ﬂow stop solenoid valve 12 MY HOME - GUIDELINES ■ MODULAR AND FLEXIBLE of each system can easily be changed at any time, The user can select just part of what MY HOME just varying the conﬁguration of the devices without has to offer and expand it in the future as having to work on the wiring and the walls. requirements change. Thanks to the modern digital communication technologies, the functions Control devices Power supply BASE INSTALLATION SELV BUS Actuators 230V a.c. Electric rolling shutters Lighting EXTENDED SYSTEM Control devices Power supply SELV BUS Actuators 230V a.c. Electric rolling Fan shutters Lighting GENERAL FEATURES 13 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES The advantages of MY HOME ■ EXPANSION WITHOUT STRUCTURAL WORK MY HOME, thanks to the use of special interfaces Expanding or modifying a wire Automation and and radio wave devices which can be positioned Burglar-alarm system without having to work anywhere in the home. on the walls or existing wiring is simple with Light Rolling shutter actuator actuator 230V mains Light Receiving control interface Rolling shutter radio control automation system Light control Rolling shutter radio control BUS RADIO AND WIRE AUTOMATION Example of wire system with addition of radio controls to control the rolling shutter. 14 MY HOME - GUIDELINES ■ RESPECTS NATURE ■ CAN SOLVE THE SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS OF Thanks to the low-voltage (27V d.c.) power DISABLED PEOPLE supply, the use of a twisted pair and the devices’ Detectors and special interfaces can be used with low consumption My Home can even make the MY HOME devices to collect the wishes of complex electrical systems which feature low disabled users and translate them into controls to levels of electromagnetic emissions. operate electric users of helping instruments. The use of IR remote controls and radio transmitters is very useful. With them the user can interact with the domestic electrical appliances and easily control, as required, motorised rolling shutters and lighting systems and send requests for help. IR receiver Radio to control transmitter Radio receiver the rolling burglar-alarm for call for shutter system assistance automation system IR remote control GENERAL FEATURES 15 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES The advantages of MY HOME ■ IT CAN COMBINE DIFFERENT FUNCTIONS AND ■ ALLOWS THE EASY, SIMPLE AND SAFE CHECK TECHNOLOGIES OF THE HOME REMOTELY Each system can work independently or in You can use a telephone dialling device or a Web collaboration with others to perform even Server to check all the home functions and be complex functions. An example: the radio wave informed if any thing has happened (intrusion liquid detector can dialogue with the wire alarm etc.). This can be done by means of a Burglar-alarm system to warn the user, by means ﬁxed or mobile telephone (by receiving or of the telephone dialling device, that there is sending telephone messages) or with a Personal water in the home and, with an automation Computer via Web pages or sending/receiving e- system actuator, close the water system solenoid mail. An example: when the user is out the Web valve. Server can act as a video door entry answering machine, recording the entrance panel audio message and pictures and sending them to the user as ﬁles attached to an e-mail message. Flooding detector automation Radio system receiver solenoid valve on the piping bringing RADIO SYSTEM water into the home WIRE SYSTEM burglar alarm system local telephone line Burglar alarm control unit with telephone dialling device MONITORING AND REMOTE CONTROL FROM TELEPHONE 16 MY HOME - GUIDELINES ■ TRADITIONAL SYSTEM ■ BUS SYSTEM A traditional electrical system with features of The solution to the system problems described high ﬂexibility, which is easily conﬁgured and is represented by the new digital technologies expanded as a function of the many different which can replace traditional equipment by needs of the user is characterised by great “intelligent” devices which can communicate with circuital complexity and so structured that each each other. function refers to separate and dedicated wiring. Each device in fact has an intelligent circuit which This clearly involves a considerable increase can process information and send it to the other in installation time and may be a limitation in devices. modifying or adding new functions when working The means of transmitting information in existing buildings. The problem of laying large between the various devices is called a BUS, amounts of wire, which in some cases implies and in practice it is made up of a plaited pair considerable masonry work, should not however which simultaneously supplies and exchanges be underestimated. information between the various devices connected in parallel. ■ TRADITIONAL SYSTEM ■ BUS SYSTEM In a building made with traditional wiring, commanding two The same room instead, wired with BUS wiring, can obtain different lights from several points implies the laying of a the same operating functionality, but with a considerable considerable number of conductors. saving in conductors (just a telephone pair). The addition, then, of a new command point inside the same Modiﬁcation of the command points or the modes of working box considerably increases the complexity of the wiring and does not involve modifying the wiring but just the simple reduces the room inside the box itself. conﬁguration of the same device. GENERAL FEATURES 17 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES BUS devices ■ DIGITAL DEVICES Each device connected to the system is ﬁtted with an A BUS system is characterised by intelligent devices interface circuit and its own intelligence (made up of connected together by a signal line (BUS) dedicated a programmed microprocessor) by means of which to exchanging information and to transporting the the device can recognise the information intended power supply voltage. for it and process it to perform the function required. The physical support which provides the connection From the physical and functional point of view and power supply is generally made up of a twisted however BUS devices are not different from pair and unshielded cable to which all the BUS traditional devices. system devices are connected in parallel. To switch on a lamp the user must always press a The actuator devices, i.e. which control the loads, are button which, in the case of a BUS device, activates connected to the 230V a.c. power line to supply the the command device to send a digital signal directly loads themselves as well as to the BUS line. to the actuator connected to the lamp. Control devices Power supply SELV BUS Pair Actuators 230V a.c. Fan Electric rolling Lighting shutters L 230V INFORMATION N 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 BUS Control Actuator 18 MY HOME - GUIDELINES ■ CONFIGURATION OF DEVICES is performed by inserting push-in devices called For each device in a BUS system to perform conﬁgurators, which differ in the number, letter, its function correctly, it must be properly colour or design printed on them, into special programmed assigning the identity and mode of housings on the body itself. operation. This procedure, called conﬁguration, The conﬁguration assigns the destination address or command source inside the system and the device mode of operation (switching on/off or adjusting a load). The device is conﬁgured by inserting push-in devices called conﬁgurators into special housings on conﬁgurator housing the devices themselves. The conﬁgurators differ in number, design and colour. numbered conﬁgurator description of conﬁgurator housing tool for insertion of conﬁgurator ■ EXAMPLES OF CONFIGURATION OF THE AUTOMATION DEVICES The devices dialogue Sender because they have the Addressee same conﬁguration control Power supply INFORMATION BUS Actuator 230 V a.c. GENERAL FEATURES 19 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES Options for growing requirements The MY HOME range of products, thanks to its remarkable installation ﬂexibility, represents the ideal solution for both simple and advanced domotic applications. Depending on the various levels of complexity and integration of the systems, three levels of use can be found in the MY HOME offer: - for simple applications - for specialized applications on single functions - for integrated and personalised applications. MY HOME kit SIMPLE APPLICATIONS Bticino can provide inexperienced domotic installation technicians with a wide range of products including Kits with installation instructions, set up for a speciﬁc function (light activation, rolling shutter management, sound system, etc.). Another simpliﬁcation in achieving domestic Automation is given by a range of radio control devices which do not require wiring since they are connected to the 230Va.c. mains sockets of the house. Sound system SPECIALIZED APPLICATIONS ON SINGLE FUNCTIONS The MY HOME range includes high quality products speciﬁcally designed for qualiﬁed technicians who need to achieve single and professional applications regarding: - Comfort (Automation system and sound system); - Safety (Burglar alarm system); - Saving (Temperature control system and Energy management); - Communication (Video door entry system); - Control (local and remote management of the system with PC and telephone). Touch Screen INTEGRATED AND PERSONALISED APPLICATIONS By using the 2-wire BUS technology for wiring performs its functions but it is also able to suitably devices, every single MY HOME system (Automation, interact in an easy and intelligent manner with the Burglar alarm etc.) can be easily integrated with other systems so as to optimise its functions. the others, thus making it possible to achieve The centralised management of all functions is, in advanced “home automation” systems which can be this case, assigned to local control devices (PC, Touch customised according to the user’s needs. screen) or to remote control devices via the Internet Within the integrated system, the completion of or telephone (MY HOME Web Service). which must be assigned to the professional person of the “System integrator”, every single system 20 MY HOME - GUIDELINES Comfort Automation System The Bticino Automation system can manage the - actuator devices, which can become integrated following installations: with conventional relays, to control connected - lighting loads. - activation of rolling shutters, fans and The ﬁrst category also includes interface devices exhausters which can integrate, within the BUS system, - air-conditioning and heating conventional devices such as switches, pushbuttons, - infrared controls etc., or PC platforms for local or remote system Other particular functions can be added such as monitoring. the possibility to select a personalised scenario The Automation system is ﬂexible and very easy to with one command (simultaneous activation of install. Only two wires of the BUS system connect all several lamps, rolling shutters, etc.). devices in parallel, thus supplying them power and The system can be set out in two main features: providing mutual data exchange. - control devices, which can become integrated See MY HOME Automation Guide for more details. with conventional switches, pushbuttons, two- way switches, etc. Control devices Power supply BUS Pair Actuators 230V a.c. Fan Electric rolling Lighting shutters GENERAL FEATURES 21 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES Comfort sound system The components to make the Sound system can be By combining the Sound system with the 2 wire door divided into the following families: entry/video door entry system intercom calls can be made using the handsets and the call to co-workers ■ AUDIO/VIDEO MIXERS can be relayed over the loudspeakers. ■ SOUND SOURCES ■ CONTROL DEVICES ■ MULTI-CHANNEL STEREO SYSTEM ■ SOUND AMPLIFIERS The new matrix is the ideal solution for anyone ■ LOUDSPEAKERS who wants to have various sound sources active in different rooms at the same time, guaranteeing full freedom of listening and control. ROOM 1 ROOM 2 Loudspeaker Loudspeaker Handset Ampliﬁer Ampliﬁer 2 2 Line terminator Line terminator 2 Loudspeaker Loudspeaker BUS BUS BUS Multi-channel matrix Power supply Multichannel matrix 2 2 2 BUS BUS 2 2 2 BUS BUS BUS 2 SOUND SOURCES BUS 2 BUS BUS Entrance panel Cameras Radio tuner Stereo control RCA input Source insulator 22 MY HOME - GUIDELINES Safety Burglar alarm system Equipped with sensitive IR detectors and magnetic the system very simple and ﬂexible. It is therefore contacts, the Burglar alarm is an effective and safe possible, for instance, to protect rooms by activating protection system for assets and people because it is the perimeter zones (doors and windows) and, at the able to detect the presence of trespassers by means same time, to move around the house freely. of audible, luminous and telephone alarms. Using the unit with the Telephone dialling device All the devices that are part of the system are enables you to transfer the alarm signals to the connected in parallel with only two wires and are telephone line, thus notifying the stored telephone made up of a telephone pair which distributes the numbers with voice messages and allowing you to power supply, thus carrying the information among know the system status through access codes. the devices. The use of only one remote control and It is possible to connect a radio receiver to the wire of transponder keys coded automatically between system to integrate Burglar alarm radio devices millions of combinations as well as the possibility of which can be used for protecting zones which are not dividing the house up to 8 independent zones makes set up for wire cabling. See MY HOME Burglar alarm Guide for more details. control unit with telephone dialling device Swivel Contact interface External siren IR detector Tamper line Telephone line Contact line Volumetric radio detector Power supply To other devices Sheathed telephone pair 230V a.c. Remote control Connector Radio Perimeter IR wall-mounted receiver radio mini-detector detector GENERAL FEATURES 23 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES Saving °C Temperature control system Within the MY HOME range of products, the BUS INTERNATIONAL, LIGHT and LIGHT TECH styles. Temperature control system with zone control gives According to the set temperature proﬁles, depending you the possibility to manage different temperature on the user’s lifestyle, the unit performs the proﬁles for any environment, depending on the appropriate adjustments with special actuators by user’s needs. The Bticino Temperature control system acting on the solenoid valves and circulation pumps is ideal for applications within large country houses, of the heating/cooling system. terraced houses and small service sectors, where it is The MY HOME Temperature control system can be possible to save up to 30% in consumption compared used with different types of heating and cooling to a conventional system controlled by a traditional terminal equipment such as radiators, fan-coils and chronothermostat. radiant panels. The Temperature control system can The heart of the system is a control unit which be easily combined with the MY HOME Automation detects the temperatures of the various zones and/or Energy Management system by connecting through probes, available in AXOLUTE, LIVING their devices to the common BUS cable. See MY HOME Temperature control Guide for more details. Control unit Probe Probe Probe Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 99 Power supply BUS 2 relay 4 relay actuator actuator 24 MY HOME - GUIDELINES Saving Energy Management system The increasingly considerable use of household gets near, hence disconnecting the loads according appliances has shown how their simultaneous and to an order determined by the user. In addition to frequent use can trigger the electricity meter due the overload control, there is also the possibility to to overload, hence disconnecting the power (black manage the loads according to a timing plan set out). In order to avoid this from occurring, Bticino has up by the user so as to better utilise the contract designed the Energy Management application which power during low-priced time bands. The Energy controls the amount of current absorbed by the loads management application can be completed in two inside the house and self-disconnects the household different ways: through BUS technology wire cabling appliances considered less important. The amount or through a power line carrier system, for existent of absorbed power is controlled by a special unit electric systems not set up with BUS wiring. See MY which starts triggering actuators (in AXOLUTE, LIVING, HOME Energy Management Guide for more details. LIGHT and LIGHT TECH style) as the overload condition BUS L N ﬂush-mounting DIN actuator actuator Optional timer Control unit Uncontrolled load priority 1 priority 2 priority 3 GENERAL FEATURES 25 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES Communication Video door-entry system and CCTV MY HOME video door- entry systems make use of units, it is also possible to integrate the stereo Sound the same digital BUS technology as the Automation system or the home CCTV into the system. In addition and Burglar alarm systems. Regardless of the number to the external access control executed with the of calls, complexity of the system and performance camera of the pushbutton panel, it is also possible to given, all devices are, as a matter of fact, connected control (using the Video Handset keys) other areas in parallel to an 8-wire BUS and conﬁgured so that of the house in which a camera is installed, thereby every door-entry call is coded and addressed only to increasing the security level provided by the system. its video door-entry unit. The absence of the coaxial If more security is required, it is possible to activate cable for the video signal simpliﬁes the installation, the cameras by adding IR motion detectors or by thus avoiding the use of other conversion circuits combining the video door-entry system with the and devices. Without changing the wiring and by Burglar alarm system. See MY HOME Communication using the multi-functionality of the video door-entry Guide for more details. Touch Screen Stereo sound Loudspeaker Amplifier system 2 2 2 Video Handset Power supply Audio/video node 2 2 2 2 Entrance Camera Radio tuner panel interface 2 Camera for CCTV 26 MY HOME - GUIDELINES Control www The MY-HOME CONTROL system can monitor and ■ REMOTE CONTROL control your house or ofﬁce safely, thus defending The system enables you to remotely control and your privacy with the aid of a Personal computer, monitor the apparatus through the MY HOME WEB ﬁxed-line telephone or mobile phone. Monitoring portal or point-point connections. may occur locally or remotely through the MY HOME Point-point connection: portal or point-point connections. Connection to the MY HOME system through the Simple web pages enable you to control lights, Internet by directly connecting to the ﬁxed IP address switch on/off the heater, view the person ringing the of the line used for the control system. intercom and to video-control anything happening MY HOME WEB: inside or outside our house. Connection to the system through the Bticino MY HOME WEB portal. The line used for the control system can be both a ﬁxed IP and dynamic IP line. ■ CONTROL See MY HOME Control Guide for more details. The system enables you to locally control and monitor the apparatus, thus executing commands directly from the component or through the PC connected to the component thereof. In a more general sense, local control is carried out by not using telephone networks, LAN or the Internet. Remote control through the Web server and the Internet of the Burglar alarm and Video door entry systems MHServer2 F453AV Video door entry system 346000 Internet Video Handset MH300 7 8 1 2 rete LAN Power supply Audio/video node Burglar-alarm system 2 2 2 2 2 Entrance AUX channel panel interface 2 IR detector N.C. Camera interface Camera Siren interface Dialling device Camera for CCTV Camera for CCTV GENERAL FEATURES 27 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES MY HOME function integration ■ GENERAL DESCRIPTION • The interaction between two or more systems to The ever greater presence in buildings of systems automatically manage, e.g., events linked to safety which are technologically advanced but have (switching on the lights when a burglar alarm is heterogeneous features shows more and more given or sending an alarm message when there the need to combine to optimise the functions has been a gas leak); performed and generate others which correspond • Centralising information for the checking and to new needs. remote monitoring of the functions in the home As all the system solutions offered by My Home by means of a PC connected to the Internet or by in terms of comfort, safety, energy management means of simple telephone commands. and communication can share the same means This combination is produced by means of special of transmitting information they can be easily interfaces which can transmit information between combined to make best use of the synergies two or more systems. and answer the needs of the moment in an “intelligent” way. ■ EXAMPLE OF SWITCHING ON THE LIGHTS This lets us achieve two aims: WHEN AN INTRUSION ALARM HAS BEEN GIVEN Following an intrusion the Burglar-alarm system, by means of interface item F422, may send a command to the Automation system to automatically switch the lights on with the aim of confusing the thief and causing him to run away. IR detector Burglar alarm Automation F422 interface Light system 28 MY HOME - GUIDELINES ■ EXAMPLE OF REMOTE CONTROL OF THE MY which is connected to the system devices letting the HOME SYSTEM user command, for example, switching the lights on, A My Home system formed of the combination motorisation of the shutters, and looking at the pictures of the Automation, Burglar-alarm and Video door transmitted from the cameras or receiving alarm entry systems may be managed and monitored messages after intrusions. at a distance by means of a Personal Computer connected to the Internet. The remote control occurs using the My Home Portal IR detector Burglar alarm Automation F422 interface Web server BUS F422 interface PC to supervise and Camera Video door entry system manage remotely GENERAL FEATURES 29 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES Alarms: when there is a dangerous event, the MY HOME home contacts the telephone numbers and programmed addresses with a telephone call, an WEB SMS and an e-mail with audio/video attached and automatically activates by responding to the preset actions (e.g. the automatic switching on of all the My Home Web is the complete range of services lights in the home). which allow the user to manage and control remotely all the My Home functions of the Planning: with a single order one can manage home at any time and with different means of the watering or temperature control or communication, such as a computer connected to the simulate the presence of the user in the home. It will Internet, a hand-held computer or a telephone (ﬁxed be possible to determine the actions that the house or mobile). shall automatically perform during the days, hours and WHAT MY HOME WEB CAN DO for the time periods chosen. The following functions can be activated with a simple telephone or by connecting to the reserved Archives: MY HOME Web records all the actions and area of the Internet MY HOME portal: events which have occurred in the home and makes them available for consultation by the user. Controls: to manage the lighting, heating, electrical appliances, power and all the Images: to see the rooms of the house taken by automatic devices in the home. the cameras in real time. Scenarios: to simultaneously activate several Answering machine: the user can be informed predeﬁned commands such as, for example, of event such as a door entry call by sending opening the gate and switching on the driveway lights SMS or e-mail with audio/video attached. The signals at the same time, with just one action. A scenario can also be consulted by entering the reserved area of saved in the system can be actiAvated by means of a the My Home portal. scenario unit and Web house-automation scenarios. The Web house-automation scenarios are scenarios programmed in the Web pages of the MY HOME portal. Check: the state of the home functions can be managed to ﬁnd out, for example, whether the intrusion system is switched on, the rolling shutters are closed, etc. MY HOME PORTAL SMS AND GSM MMS E-MAIL AND ADSL INTERNET MESSAGE TELEPHONE AND VOICE LINE MENU 30 MY HOME - GUIDELINES MY HOME WEB The advantages MY HOME WEB can check all the house- Devices such as the telephone actuator, the burglar automation functions simply, customisable and alarm unit with an integrated dialling device and the conveniently. Simple because the user does telephone dialling device speciﬁcally designed for not have to remember special passwords to being managed via the telephone line can also be, access the service via telephone or computer. with MY HOME WEB, controlled with a PC connected Customisable because the user can arrange to the Internet or with voice commands and SMS’s. schedules, WEB domotic scenarios as well as The MY HOME Web installer can beneﬁt from the the answering machine introduction message. advantages offered because, when the customer Convenient because thanks to the MY HOME requests, he can modify the programming, the Portal the services can be used with different system parameters and make diagnosis and means of communication such as a computer and maintenance remotely. ﬁxed and mobile phones, regardless of the type of device used. EXAMPLE OF WEB PAGE TO CONTROL THE CAMERAS GENERAL FEATURES 31 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES MY HOME LAYOUT OF THE BUILDING 32 SECTION CONTENTS General rules for installation 34 Type of wiring 37 The switchboard or house automation panel 38 Devices in ﬂush-mounting boxes 39 Devices in surface-mounting boxes, switchboard or others. 46 Devices in MULTIBOX multifunction boxes 47 Heights for mounting the electrical components 49 Cables for wiring 33 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION Type of wiring GENERAL DESCRIPTION WIRING WITH FREE STRUCTURE - GENERAL RULES If the user knows the special needs for the My Home systems to be installed This type of wiring is normally used in traditional distributions, however to in his home a priori, it is easy to identify the type of wiring to be ﬁtted. integrate the My Home systems described above, the following provisions If not, instead the building should be provided with a series of enough should be taken into account in the design phase: conduits and boxes (device holders and junction) to satisfy the greatest a) The BUS route may be the same as the power line, made with traditional number of requests possible. underﬂoor trunking, in wall-mounting trunking, in underﬂoor systems As a function of the My Home systems to be installed, you can choose or in trunking in false ceiling. This solution allows a reduction of the between two different types of wiring: installation times and requires making fewer holes in the wall. If the building already has the energy system conduits with diameter not less - with free structure than 20 mm, they can be used to insert the sheathed BUS pair, supplied - with “star” structure. by Bticino and characterised by an insulation voltage of 300/500V. If instead a My Home system is being made in a new building the energy Wiring with free structure is applied when the Automation, Burglar-alarm, wiring conduits should be kept separate from the My Home conduits. Energy Saving, 8 wire Video door entry and Temperature control systems These should be chosen with suitable diameter to satisfy any request for must be installed. Wiring with “star” structure is instead used to make EDP, actual and future systems. telephone, TV+SAT, 2 wire Video door entry and Sound systems. b) The provisions given above also extend to the installation of the junction boxes which must be sized and situated in positions which make it easier to connect the pair “in parallel” in several stretches of system. c) If the shutters and rolling shutters are to be motorised, provide for the arrival of the energy services and the BUS Automation pair near the rolling shutters boxes as well. Automation Radio control control Temperature probe Radio interface 2-centre socket Burglar alarm IR detector control unit RED PAIR FOR BURGLAR ALARM GREY PAIR FOR AUTOMATION, TEMPERATURE CONTROL AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT CABLES FOR ENERGY 34 MY HOME - GUIDELINES WIRING WITH “STAR” STRUCTURE - GENERAL RULES This wiring is indicated when the data transmission, Video door entry, CCTV, a) Provide a switchboard which is large enough to allow any future Sound, telephone system and TV/SAT systems are to be combined in a single expansions of the functions; we recommend calculating at least 20 - 30% conduit. more room. The wiring star structure is made up of a central point deﬁned “star centre” where all the peripheral branches of the various wirings converge. As b) Compatible with the building structure, position the “star centre” in a standard the “star centre” is made with a switchboard, a ﬂush-mounting central position in the system. Whenever possible, install the switchboard or wall-mounting panel which groups together all the active and passive in a special service room or closet so that it does not spoil the appearance devices to manage the services which are led inside the apartment from the of the room. urban and building networks. The sizing of a system with star wiring must take account of the following c) Install the conduits providing junction boxes every 10 metres to pull the provisions: cables or to insertion of any signal ampliﬁers. For the energy system use exclusive piping, the EDP/telephone system/TV services can share the same piping which must have an internal diameter of not less than 18mm (recommended 20mm). Video door entry ADSL system TELEPHONE TV+SAT Sound ANTENNA Telephone system system UTP5 CABLE FOR DATA TRANSMISSION, TELEPHONE, VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM, SOUND SYSTEM AND CCTV TV COAXIAL CABLE GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION 35 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION Type of wiring INSTALLATION LIMITS OF THE MY HOME APPLICATIONS In sizing the wiring as a function of the MY HOME applications to be implemented, remember that the limits in length indicated in the tables below must not be exceeded. MY HOME APPLICATIONS COMFORT SAFETY NOTE: the distances are calculated assuming that Bticino recommended cables are used SOUND Sound system WIRE LIGHTING ILLUMINAZIONE AUTOMATION Automation CCTV SYSTEM BURGLAR ALARM Max. distance between power supply 250 m 250 m 300 m 175 m 350 m and the furthest away device between sound between power supply source and and the furthest ampliﬁer away handset F502 200 m 650 m between sound between power supply source and and the furthest ﬂush-mounting away E.P. ampliﬁer L/N/NT4562 H4562 Total length of stretched cable 500 m 500 m 800 m 350 m 3000 m Max. distance between Entrance Panel 1000 m and the furthest away Handset MY HOME APPLICATIONS SAVING COMMUNICATION CONTROL ENERGY VIDEO DOOR ENTRY system Sound INTEGRATED TV AND DATA ILLUMINAZIONE Automation WEB SERVER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TELEPHONE SYSTEM NETWORK Max. distance between power supply 150 m 350 m 550 m 90 m Can not be applied and the furthest away device between power Consider the between supply and furthest 350 m of the video switchboard, away handset door entry system + star centre 650 m 200 m as max. and user between power distance between socket supply and furthest PABX and audio, away entrance video and telephone panel handset Total length of stretched cable 300 m 3000 m 3000 m + 200 m ** * for every handset connected to the PABX Max. distance between Entrance Panel 1000 m 1200 m Can not be applied and the furthest away Handset ** See speciﬁc indications in the “Multimedia Wiring” section * See speciﬁc indications in the “Multimedia Wiring” and “Control” section 36 MY HOME - GUIDELINES GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION THE SWITCHBOARD OR HOUSE AUTOMATION PANEL Regardless of the type of wiring used, star or free, combining the various a) provide extra space to allow the installation of further equipment required MY HOME systems in the building involves the need to group together in a by new and different requirements. single central point all those active (power supplies, interfaces, telephone switchboards etc.) or passive devices which are involved in checking and b) whenever power supplies are used, these must be installed in the lowest managing all the functions. position of the switchboard for easier dissipation of heat. This point in effect forms the “brain” of the whole building house- automation system and must be sized taking account of the following c) select the switchboard which can dissipate a power greater than the sum general rules: of the powers dissipated by all the devices which must be installed. For further information see the “Multimedia wiring” section as well. SCS/SCS interface Dimmer actuator Thermal-magnetic and Video door entry system earth-leakage switch power supply Web Server Actuators for light and rolling shutters Energy Management Control Unit Door entry interface Cross connection Relay expansion module Telephone line protection Telephone switchboard Burglar alarm Power supply Automation Power supply Transformer Bell Example of a technological cubicle made with 120-DIN module tiboard switchboard. HOUSE-AUTOMATION PANEL ACCESSORIES The house-automation panel accessories allow a rational arrangement in Range of accessories: small spaces of the devices necessary to make a My Home system. With - fastening clamps Item F496/FF these components, among other things DIN devices can be positioned one - fastening clips on DIN rail Item F496/MF on top of the other, or components not in DIN modularity, such as WEB - fastening bracket on DIN rail Item F496/PF for batteries, modem, router etc. SERVER, MH ROUTER etc., can be easily fastened. - shallow section for DIN rail Item F496/PR GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION 37 GUIDA MY HOME LINEE GUIDA MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION DEVICES IN FLUSH-MOUNTING BOXES The My Home system devices ﬁt in with the traditional electrical systems Flush-mounting installation made with the AXOLUTE, LIVING INTERNATIONAL, LIGHT and LIGHT TECH series and thus have the boxes, Supporting framesng frames and cover plates in common; moreover they can also be easily installed in the Interlink distribution systems and in the Multibox series multifunctional boxes. Remember in general that in choosing the boxes, for both traditional and scenario control unit wall installation, opt for those with a capacity of 4 or 6 modules Item 504E Item N4681 and Item 506L which facilitate the composition of most of the My Home devices which take up 2 modules. flush- mounting rectangular 2 module box Supporting framesng frame with screws for rectangular LIGHT 2 module cover plate Installation of Burglar alarm control unit with box Item 503E. Touch Screen installation with box Item 506E. Installation of Automation devices with box Item 504E. 38 MY HOME - GUIDELINES DEVICES IN SURFACE-MOUNTING BOXES Surface-mounting installation When My Home is to be installed in rooms which are not ready for it and you do not want to make holes in the wall, special LIVING/LIGHT wall-mounting boxes with reduced section can be used, which ﬁt perfectly with wall- radio control mounting distribution systems of “minitrunking” type. LIVING INTERNATIONAL 2 module cover plate surface- mounting box with supporting frame Installation of Burglar alarm connector with box Item 502NPA Installation of IR detector with angular box Item 502PA INSTALLATION IN SWITCHBOARD, JUNCTION BOX OR OTHER DEVICES Some devices such as the wire and radio Automation actuators made with devices in junction boxes, rolling shutter boxes, trunking and false ceilings DIN container have the advantage that the rear DIN adapter and the front with a considerable reduction of the installation and wiring works. can be removed to make them smaller. This allows installation of these Installation in boxes for motorised rolling shutters Installation in junction boxes M device with shallow section Actuator GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION 39 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION Flush-mounting boxes and plasterboard - AXOLUTE devices Boxes Supporting frames No. of modules Cover plates 500 (Ø 60x44 mm) HA4802.. H4702IT ﬁxing PB502 with clips 2 modules (Ø 68x51 mm) HB4802... 503E (108x74x53.5 mm) HA4803... H4703 with screws 3 modules PB503 HB4803... (109x68x51 mm) 504E (133x74x53.5 mm) HA4804... H4704 with screws 4 modules PB504 HB4804... (131.5x68x51 mm) 40 MY HOME - GUIDELINES Boxes Supporting frames No. of modules Cover plates 506L (183.5x90x53.5 mm) HA4806... H4706 with screws 6 modules HB4806... PB506 (182x68x51 mm) 3 + 3 modules HA4826... 506E (108x118x51.5 mm) H4726 with screws PB526 3 + 3 modules (109x114x51 mm) HB4826... NOTE: The new plasterboard Boxes PB502, PB503, PB504, PB506L, PB506E, will replace PS562N, PS563N, PS564N, PS567N. GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION 41 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES Assembly - Bticino ﬂush-mounting boxes and plaster board walls Boxes Supporting frames Modules Cover plates 2 modules L4702G with clips L4802.. PB502 (Ø 68x51 mm) 2 modules N4702G with clips N4802../NT4802TH/NT4802CR 500 (Ø 60) 2 modules N4719G with clips N4819../NT4819TH/NT4819CR 3 modules L4703 with 2 screws L4803... PB503 (109x68x51 mm) 3 modules N4703 with 2 screws N4803.../NT4803TH/NT4803CR 503E 503ED (106x71x52) horizontal and vertical coupler 2 modules N4719 with 2 screws N4819.../NT4819TH/NT4819CR 2 modules L4722 with 2 screws L4819AC NOTE: AC is the only colour available 503E (106x71x52) 2 modules N4722 with 2 screws N4819../NT4819TH/ NT4819CR NOTE: cover plates Item number must be completed with the colour code that may be found in the following pages (e.g. N4802LB= 2 - module cover plate, white). Boxes Item 503E may be coupled with accessory Item 503ED. It is possible to fit the supporting frames with protective sheaths for painting (see section “Accessories”). 42 MY HOME - GUIDELINES Boxes Supporting frames Modules Cover plates 4 modules L4704 with 2 screws L4804... 504E (133x74x53,5 mm) 4 modules N4704N with 2 screws (LIGHT - LIGHT TECH) N4804.../NT4804TH/NT4804CR PB504 (131,5x68x51 mm) 4 modules N4704 with 2 screws (LIGHT - LIGHT TECH) N4804.../NT4804TH/NT4804CR 7 modules L4707 with 4 screws L4807... 506L (183,5x90x53,5) 7 modules N4707 with 4 screws (LIGHT - LIGHT TECH) N4807.../NT4807TH/NT4807CR PB506L (182x68x51 mm) 2 x 3 modules L4726 with 4 screws L4826... 506E (106x117x52) 2 x 3 modules N4726 with 4 screws N4826.../NT4826TH/NT4826CR (LIGHT - LIGHT TECH) PB506E (109x114x51 mm) 4958 loudspeaker N4958 loudspeaker NT4958 loudspeaker 4070 internal siren N4070 internal siren NT4070 internal siren GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION 43 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION Surface-mounting boxes - LIVING/LIGHT/LIGHT TECH devices Boxes Supporting frames No. of modules Cover plates 502LP with supporting frame 2 modules (93x80x38) L4802... 3 modules 503LP L4703 L4803... (120x80x38) with 2 screws 4 modules 504LP L4704 L4804... (140x80x38) with 2 screws 506LP L4556 loudspeaker (118x118x55) 4070 internal siren 2 X 7 modules L4714 - with supporting frame and cover plate (215x215x60) 150418GR - with 3 X 6 modules supporting frames and cover plates (173x247x65) Legend + = + + = NOTE: Complete the cover plate code with the colour abbreviation , as indicated in the Bticino Installation General Catalogue. The 503E boxes can be fitted side-by-side with the accessory Item 503ED. 44 MY HOME - GUIDELINES Boxes Supporting frames No. of modules Cover plates 3 modules N4703 with 2 screws (LIGHT - LIGHT TECH) N4803... - NT4803... 503NP (114x79x46) 2 modules 503BP (114x79x46) N4719 with 2 screws (LIGHT - LIGHT TECH) N4819... - NT4819... 4 modules N4704N with 2 screws (LIGHT - LIGHT TECH) N4804... - NT4804... 504NP (136x79x46) 4 modules N4704 with 2 screws (LIGHT - LIGHT TECH) N4804... - NT4804... N4556 loudspeaker N4070 internal siren 506NP (118x118x55) NT4556 loudspeaker NT4070 internal siren 2 x 7 modules N4714 with supporting frame (LIGHT - LIGHT TECH) and cover plate (215x215x60) 3 x 6 modules 150418BA with supporting frames (LIGHT - LIGHT TECH) and cover plates (173x247x65) GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION 45 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES 2 GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION DEVICES IN MULTIBOX MULTIFUNCTION BOXES Available in ﬁve modular sizes and intended for ﬂush-mounting installation, holder surround plates; the audio-video telephone door entry components these special boxes can be used to centralise different functions (safety, are installed by means of plastic supporting frames Item 16121 and Item temperature control, door entry etc.) with the devices of the modern 16122. The BTDIN modular devices are installed in boxes with the help of a domestic BTDIN and PIVOT series. To centralise the components in special switchboard made up of a supporting frame with DIN rail and a front multifunctional boxes use speciﬁc installation kits made up of a surround panel available in LIGHT white, LIVING grey or chrome for LIGHT TECH devices. plate and a series of surround plates available in LIGHT white, LIVING grey For further details see the Bticino General Installation Catalogue. and chrome. The LIVING INTERNATIONAL, LIGHT, LIGHT TECH and MÀTIX components are hooked to these installation kits by means of special device- chassis 16135 + 2 surround plates for devices 16136F/6G + 1 blanking module 16136F/OG box 16103 and box 16102 coupled with a pair of joints PIVOT compact telephone 16100GO with video section (supporting frames base kit 16103LTG 16121 + 16122) panel set up for and kit 16102LTG identification labels 16100FIG (grey) Multifunction switchboard with LIGHT TECH devices and chrome surround plates Switchboard colour grey LIVING with BTDIN devices 46 MY HOME - GUIDELINES GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION Heights for mounting the electrical components 265 cm Sockets for kitchen hood and fan power supply 230 - 250 cm Methane gas detectors (20 to 40 cm from ceiling) Pushbuttons and pull cords for showers and baths in bathrooms Sockets for exhaust fans in bathrooms without windows more than 225 cm Cameras 160 cm Audio handsets, Video handsets, Touch Screen, Control unit with telephone dialling device 140 CM Home unit panels 110 cm Commands and sockets in bathrooms and on the worktop in the kitchen ACCESSIBILITY OF 90 cm Controls THE ELECTRICAL COMMANDS 80 cm Commands and sockets at the bed head 45 cm Plug sockets for TV, TEL, Data, HI-FI. ecc. 40 CM 30 cm junction boxes 17 cm wall-mounting enclosed or protruding MINIMUM HEIGHTS FOR COMMANDS AND SOCKETS 7 cm on trunking or skirting plinth 4 cm on towers or protruding ﬂoor protection shields GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION 47 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION Layout for video-audio-telephone door entry devices GENERAL RULES The piping containing the wires must have a suitable diameter taking account The entrance panels have an IP54 degree of protection. of any future extensions as well. The power supply is installed in the suitably supplied and protected house- The wires must have cross-sections and features suitable for the system sizes, automation panel through its own correctly sized protection and isolation extent and type and placed in separate piping. switch. The 230Va.c. mains power supply cables and the Video door entry The components, particularly the power supplies and the cameras, must be should be installed in separate piping to avoid buzzing. positioned and connected in a workmanlike way in conformity with the IEC standards. CONNECTION OF THE WIRES When connecting the wires to the blue terminals, on the components, be ����� ��������� careful to respect the indications given here at the side. ~12mm Strip the wire 7÷8mm Twist and bend it OK NO OK NO Put just the insulation-free part into the terminal HEIGHT AND POSITIONING OF THE ENTRANCE PANEL When installing the entrance panel, in both the audio and video versions, the pushbutton panel should be positioned as in the indications given here at the side. The camera must not be installed in front of large light sources, or in places where the subject being ﬁlmed is in the shadow. 160 to 165 cm If this condition cannot be respected, the picture will not have much contrast in the darker areas. This is because the brightness is self-regulated on the lighter part of the picture. To solve these problems change the camera installation height, normally 160 – 165 cm, to a height of 180 cm and direct the lens downwards to improve the quality of the shots. NOTE: - In bad lighting cameras with colour sensor are less sensitive than black/ white cameras. NO An extra lighting source should thus be provided in badly lit places. - To allow use by disabled or handicapped people, the devices should be installed at a height of 120 – 125 cm. HEIGHT OF THE AUDIO HANDSET When installing the audio handset, in both the audio and video versions, the devices should be mounted as shown in the ﬁgure below. NOTE: To allow use by disabled or handicapped people, the devices should be 160 to 165 cm installed at a height of 120 – 125 cm. 48 MY HOME - GUIDELINES GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION Cables for wiring SELECTION OF THE CABLE Use the table below to choose the type of cable to use as a function of details about the use of this device see the “MY HOME Automation” and the My Home application. Remember that two or more systems with “Combining the systems” chapter. different wirings can be combined by using interface Item F422. For more MY HOME APPLICATIONS COMFORT SAFETY SAVING COMMUNICATION CONTROL Energy management Temperature control Integrated telephone Wire burglar alarm Web Server video Video door entry Sound system Data network Automation system * system * Lighting TV/SAT CCTV Bticino Item 336904 ■ ■ ■ ● ■ (white) 2 wire 2 wire Bticino Item 336900 system system Bticino Item L4669 ■ ■ ■ ● ■ ● ● ■ (grey) 2 wire 2 wire system system Bticino Item L4669S ■ ■ (red) ■ ■ ■ Bticino Item 336900 Digital Digital system system (8 wire) (8 wire) Bticino Item L4668CM ■ ■ ■ ■ ● ■ ■ ■ Multimedia wiring Multimedia Multim. Multimedia wiring wiring wiring Multipair UTP 5 ● ● ● ■ ■ Digital Digital Bticino Item C9881U/E system system (8 wire) Telephone pair ● ● ■ ■ 2 wire 2 wire system system ■ Cable RG6 ■ Cables RECOMMENDED (conforming to installation standards) ● USABLE cables (check compliance with installation standards for each system) * See following pages for details GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION INFORMAZIONI TECNICHE 49 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION Cables for wiring Cables usable for 2 wire Video door entry system Type of cable Item Can be buried Audio system Video system BTicino twisted cable 336904 YES recommended * recommended * Sect. 0.50 mm2 BTicino twisted cable L4669 NO usable usable Sect. 0.35 mm2 Twisted telephone pair NO usable usable Sect. 0.28 mm2 Normal not twisted cable Sect. ≥ 0.28 mm2 NO usable usable BTicino UTP5 cable C9881U/5E NO usable usable UTP5 Multipair Cable NO usable usable * can reach the greater distances between the entrance panel and the last handset Cables usable for 8 wire Video door entry system Type of cable Item Can be buried Audio system Video system BTicino Multipair 336900 YES recommended * recommended * cable 336903 BTicino UTP5 cable C9881U/5E NO usable ** usable ** UTP5 Multipair cable NO usable ** usable ** NOTES: * fully conform to the installation standards ** provide two extra cables with minimum cross-section 1.5 mm2 for the device power supply - Cables Item C9881U/5E and UTP5 are indicated for the apartment stretches (from the ﬂoor distribution block to the audio handset) if there are problems of inserting cable Item 336900/03 50 MY HOME - GUIDELINES Cables usable for integrated telephone system Type of cable Item Can be buried Bticino cable 336904 YES Twisted telephone NO pair Sect. 0.28 mm2 BTicino green 336900 YES multipair cable 336903 * For information concerning maximum distances, please refer to the documentation supplied with the video distributor Item 335918. GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION 51 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION Cables for wiring BTICINO CABLE ITEM 336904 For video systems, BTicino has specially made a cable, Item 336904, made up of 2 twisted wires with cross-section of 0.50mm2 for each conductor. This cable gives best performance in the video system (greater distance between Entrance Panel and Audio Handset than when using other cables). Also, unlike commonly used cables which are not suitable for laying under the floor even if protected by piping, Item 336904 is suitable for under-floor laying as long as it is protected by suitable piping, because it respects the requirements of standard IEC 20-11 for cables which can be laid under the floor. WARNING: although Item 336904 guarantees in its construction 300/500V electrical insulation immunity to the disturbances which may occur whenever the cable itself is laid in the same piping as the 230V power cable is not guaranteed. These types of installation are strongly not recommended. BTICINO CABLE ITEM L4669 AND ITEM 4669/500 The cable has been specially designed to make bus systems for the Lighting, Automation and Power control applications. The power supplies and operating signals are distributed through this cable. With the BUS cable insulated at 300/500V and the terminal protection cover with which all the devices are fitted, the BTicino systems can also be installed in boxes and piping together with the power lines (230 Va.c.). Technical features - Sheathed SCS pair made up of 2 flexible plaited and unshielded wires with sheath - Insulation voltage: 300/500V - Correspond to standards IEC 46-5 and IEC 20-20 - Skein length: 100 metres (Item L4669) 500 metres (Item L4669/500) BTICINO CABLE ITEM L4669S The cable has been specially designed to make My Home Burglar-alarm systems. The power supplies and operating signals are distributed through this cable. With the BUS cable insulated at 300/500V and the terminal protection cover with which all the devices are fitted, the BTicino Burglar-alarm system can also be installed in boxes and piping together with the power lines (230 Va.c.). Technical features - Sheathed SCS pair made up of 2 flexible plaited and unshielded wires with sheath for Burglar-alarm system - Insulation voltage: 300/500V - Correspond to standards IEC 46-5 and IEC 20-20 - Skein length: 100 metres 52 MY HOME - GUIDELINES BTICINO CABLE ITEM C9881U/5E Unshielded cable (UTP) in category 5E with four pairs of AWG24 conductors. Made for structured wiring applications, data transmission networks. If the distances which can be obtained with cable Item 336900/03 are to be reached, two extra conductors should be provided, minimum cross-section 1.5mm2, to supply the device. Conditions of use The cable is not suitable for being buried, even with suitable piping, and it should not transit together with the power lines (230 Va.c.). UTP5 MULTIPAIR CABLE A normal UTP5 multipair cable, available on the market, can be used as an alternative to the BTicino cable. If the distances which can be obtained with cable Item 336900/03 are to be reached two extra wires, minimum cross-section 1.5mm2, must be provided for the device power supply. UTP5 and C9881U/5E cables are indicated for the apartment stretches (from the floor distribution block to the audio handset) if there are problems of inserting cable Item 336900. Conditions of use Before installing check the cable insulation and whether it can be buried. BTICINO CABLE ITEM 336900 / ITEM 336903 The cable has been specially designed to make door entry and video door entry systems with the digital system. It is made up of 3 pairs of individually twisted 5 6 7 8 wires for the signals and 2 wires for the low-voltage device supply. The power 1 2 3 4 supply wires (blue and red) have a cross-section of 1.5 mm2; those for the signals (green-green white, orange-orange white, brown-brown white) have a cross- section of 0.35 mm2. The three pairs of wires have been twisted with different pitches to optimise signal transmission. The colour-function reference indicated on the diagrams should thus be respected. 1 Blue The cable can be purchased in: Power supply 2 Red + - 100 metre skein Item 336900 3 Orange - 500 metre coil Item 336903 Audio 4 White-Orange Conditions of use 5 Brown Bus The cable can be buried according to standards IEC 20-13 and IEC20-14 and is thus 6 White-Brown suitable for use: 7 Green - In the open air inside trunking, walkways and piping Video 8 White-green - Buried in suitable piping - Inside walling with suitable conditions Warning: The cable must not be buried directly without suitable piping. Non-fire propagating cable conforming to the following standards: CEI 20-22 II, CEI 20-13, CEI 20-11, CEI 20-14, CEI 20-29 and CEI 46-5/46-21. Remember that the UTP5 cables and telephone cables normally sold do not Technical features satisfy the requirements of the reference standards and are thus not suitable for laying underground, even in suitable trunking. - External sheath The cable guarantees a degree of insulation up to 300/500V (and can thus safely - PVC material coexist with the mains power supply). Despite this, such systems should not - External diameter 9.50 mm +/- 0.15 mm (tubular adherent) be made and the correct operation of a system so installed is not guaranteed, - Green RAL 6018 because immunity to disturbances which could occur is not guaranteed. - Hardness 87 A Shore Laying them with 380 Va.c. power lines is definitely not recommended. - There is a measurement indicator on the sheath with metric progression, as well as the year of production - Conductor insulating sheath (1.5mm2): PVC - Conductor insulating sheath (0.35mm2): Polyethylene - Conductor material (1.5 mm2): red copper (28 x 025 Cu) - Conductor material (0.35 mm2): red copper (11 x 020 Cu) - Rated working voltage: 450/750V - Electrical resistance of the conductors (1.5 mm2): ≤ 13,30 Ohm/Km at 20°C - Electrical resistance of the conductors (0.35 mm2): ≥ 57 Ohm/Km at 20°C - Insulation resistance: >> 3000 Mohm/Km a 20°C - Mutual capacity: ≤ 120nF - Radius of curvature: minimum 100 mm GENERAL RULES FOR INSTALLATION 53 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES MY HOME SYSTEM INTEGRATION Multi-channel matrix SCS/SCS interface SCS/EIB Interface 54 SECTION CONTENTS 56 General features 58 Wiring diagrams 69 Conﬁguration 72 Technical features 55 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES General description The intelligent management of the building requires A. using the basic integration opportunities offered the integration of individual house automation by some devices, pre-set to operate together with applications -so far described separately in this other systems. guide- in order to optimise the efﬁciency of the An example is chronothermostat Item L/N/ functions or to generate new ones aiming at NT4449, which can be remote-controlled by additional comfort, safety and security, and cost- means of the “remote” terminals connected to effectiveness. Such an integration of different telephone switchboard PABX to remote control MY HOME systems is possible thanks to the BUS the heating system by means of simple telephone technology, which allows for the exchange of controls. information between the systems by connecting B. using speciﬁc interface devices allowing their respective pairs together (BUS). to perform innovative house automation Integration is achieved in two ways: functions, stemming from the synergic operation of interconnected systems. These integration functions are described in this chapter. Burglar alarm control unit Example of integration of the Burglar alarm system with the Automation system for the automatic switch-on of lights when the burglar alarm system is disabled. External light Internal light - entrance BUS Burglar alarm system Interface Item F422 Connector BUS Automation system Entrance light control 56 MY HOME - GUIDELINES INTERFACE DEVICES communication protocols (e.g. the EIB protocol). These devices allow for the physical integration of The range of products which can be integrated two or more systems having different functions includes the following devices: (for example Automation and Burglar alarm system - interface Item F422 or Automation and Sound system, etc.) and the exchange of all related information on the BUS. - interface Item F426 These devices also include some special ones, - audio/video node Item F441 * which make it possible to integrate My Home BTicino systems with other ones based on different - SCS modulator Item F442 *. Interface Item F422 Audio/video node Item F441 MY HOME/EIB interface Item F426 * NOTE: as regards the technical features of the audio/video node and of the SCS modulator, please read the information provided in the “MY HOME Sound system” and “MY HOME Multimedia wiring” guide. SCS modulator Item F442 GENERAL FEATURES 57 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES WIRING DIAGRAMS EXAMPLES OF INTEGRATION These pages provide, in the form of block diagrams and electric diagrams, 5. Burglar alarm system, Automation, Temperature control, Energy saving, some examples of integration between different systems, achieved by means and Video door entry system. of interface devices Item F422, Item F426, Item F441, and Item F422. 6. Sound System with 2 wire Video door entry system 1. Burglar alarm system with Automation 7. TV Distribution System with 2 wire Video door entry system 2. Burglar alarm system, Automation, Energy saving, and Temperature control. 8. 8 wire Video door entry system with Automation, Burglar Alarm, and Temperature control (electric diagram) 3. Burglar alarm system with Video door entry system 9. Sound System, 2 wire Video door entry system, and Automation system 4. Automation system, Temperature control, Energy saving with Sound (electric diagram) System 10. Video door entry and MY HOME system DIAGRAM 1 BURGLAR ALARM WITH AUTOMATION The integration of the two systems allows to activate Automation devices - automatic activation of room scenarios (shutters up, some lights on, (shutters, lights actuators, etc.) following events generated in the Burglar heating on) following the disabling of the Burglar alarm system by means alarm system. of a badge or a remote control. Some application examples: Interface Item F422 is conﬁgured for the “Burglar alarm/Automation integration” mode. - activation of home lights by means of telephone controls sent by Dialling device Item 3500 or 3500GSM of the Burglar alarm system or following an intrusion alarm. Burglar alarm OUT Automation Item F422 IN BUS 58 MY HOME - GUIDELINES DIAGRAM 2 BURGLAR ALARM SYSTEM, AUTOMATION, ENERGY SAVING AND TEMPERATURE CONTROL The integration of these systems allows to perform the house automation As the diagram shows, the integration of the Energy Saving and Temperature functions described in the previous example, with the possibility to control Control systems into the Automation BUS does not require any interface the temperature control system and the state of loads connected to 230V AC device. sockets. The diagram also includes the Touch Screen device for the control The same is true even if the My Home system includes several Automation and centralised management of all Comfort, Safety and Security, Saving, and systems interconnected using interfaces Item F422 conﬁgured in the “logic Temperature control functions. expansion” mode. OUT Energy saving Automation Item F422 IN BUS °C Temperature control TOUCH SCREEN for room control of the functions Burglar alarm WIRING DIAGRAMS 59 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES WIRING DIAGRAMS DIAGRAM 3 BURGLAR ALARM WITH VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM This application allows to display the pictures sent by the video cameras -automatically activated following an intrusion event detected by the Burglar alarm system- on the monitors of the video door entry handsets. Interface item F422 is conﬁgured for the “Galvanic separation” mode. OUT Burglar alarm Video door entry system Item F422 IN BUS DIAGRAM 4 TEMPERATURE CONTROL AUTOMATION SYSTEM AND ENERGY SAVING WITH SOUND SYSTEM The integration of different systems allows to install on the Automation In this case too systems management controls can be centralised by means BUS devices conﬁgured also to manage the functions of the Sound System, of the Touch Screen device. Temperature control, and Energy Saving systems. For this application, interface Item F422 is conﬁgured in the “Galvanic This speciﬁc feature enhances the integration of several functions, separation” mode. considerably reducing structural changes in the rooms already ﬁtted with the Automation system. Automation OUT Sound system TOUCH SCREEN for room control of the functions Energy saving Item F422 °C IN BUS Temperature control 60 MY HOME - GUIDELINES DIAGRAM 5 BURGLAR ALARM SYSTEM, AUTOMATION, TEMPERATURE CONTROL, ENERGY SAVING AND VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM The example described above shows the most innovative solutions that offer the advantage of being able to manage and control the systems from can be installed in any home to ensure comfort, safety and security, remote locations too (ofﬁce, holiday home, etc.) by means of a Web Server communication, and saving. Item F452 and a PC connected to the Internet. If a Web Server Item F452V is The functions available are the ones described in the previous examples, and used, it is possible to connect to up to 4 video cameras and activate also the “Video control” function, which can be managed remotely. The integration is achieved through the two interfaces Item F422, conﬁgured in the “Galvanic Separation” and “Burglar alarm/Automation” modes. Web Server Item F453AV and Item F452 Personal Computer Internet Automation OUT Video door entry system OUT Item F422 IN Item F422 IN BUS °C Temperature control Energy saving Burglar alarm WIRING DIAGRAMS 61 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES WIRING DIAGRAMS DIAGRAM 6 SOUND SYSTEM WITH 2 WIRE VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM This type of system is based upon the use of the audio/video node device An application deriving from the integration presented is the possibility Item F441, which operates as a “star centre”, managing/integrating the automatically to silence the loudspeakers for as long as the video door entry various pieces of information received from the two systems. call is active. To the Video door entry system and sound system Sound system (amplifier) Sound system (amplifier) Video door entry system (handset) Sound system (amplifier) Video door entry system (handset) Audio/video node Item F441 Sound system (sound source) To the power supply Item 346000 Video door entry Sound system system (video door (sound source) entry handset) Other devices of the Sound System 62 MY HOME - GUIDELINES DIAGRAM 7 TV DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM WITH 2 WIRE VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM In this case the integration of the two systems is achieved by means of The signals are then made available to the various coaxial sockets installed modulator Item F442, which processes analogue and digital signals received in the home rooms to watch a TV programme on a TV or a call from the from the antenna system and from the 2 wire video door entry system, video door entry entrance panel. respectively. TV+SAT antenna system TV DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (TV HUB + SOCKETS) Modulator ITEM F442 } To the power supply Item 346000 Coaxial socket 2 wire video door entry system WIRING DIAGRAMS 63 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES WIRING DIAGRAMS DIAGRAM 8 2 WIRE VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM WITH AUTOMATION, BURGLAR ALARM AND TEMPERATURE CONTROL VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM Loud speakers 349310 N=1 P=0 WEB SERVER A=1 PF = 2 ON A=1 F453AV ON 346000 PF = 1 OFF 1 2 SCS SCS 1 2 BUS AV IN AI D C 12 H/L/N/NT4562 230Va.c. 346850 F441 OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 ART.F422 346850 INT OUT 346000 OUT IN EXT ON MOD = 0 ON OFF IN1 IN2 IN3 IN4 SCS BUS 2 1 I4 = 1 N M 230Va.c. 19 3 to the riser ON Control Control Control Control AUTOMATION Item L4651/2 Item L4651/2 Item L4652/2 Item L4652/2 ON ON OFF OFF Power supply Item E46ADCN Actuator Actuator Actuator Actuator Item F411/2 Item F411/2 ON Item L4671/1 ON Item L4671/1 OFF OFF ART.F411/2 ART.F411/2 L N M M 64 MY HOME - GUIDELINES These two pages show the electric diagram of the Automation system to the Burglar alarm and the Video door entry systems by means of integrated with the Video door entry, Temperature control, and Burglar alarm interfaces Item F422, conﬁgured in the “Galvanic separation” and “Burglar systems. As can be noted, the Automation system is easily integrated with alarm/Automation Integration” modes. the Temperature control system, sharing the same BUS, while it is connected BURGLAR ALARM Siren Control unit with Item 4072A dialling device Item 3500 IR detector Connecting key Power supply Item L4611 Item L4604 Item E46ADCN OK CLEAR 1 2 ABC 3 DEF 4 GHI 5 JKL 6 MNO 7 PQRS 8 YUV 9 WXVZ 0 BUS SCS/SCS OUT interface I1 ART.F422 Item F422 Contact I2 I3 0 interface I4 MOD 1 4 Item L4612 Internal siren Item 4070 TEMPERATURE CONTROL Control unit Item 3550 Probe Probe Zone 1 Zone 2 Item L4692 Item L4692 OK CLEAR 1 2 ABC 3 DEF 4 GHI 5 JKL 6 MNO 7 PQRS 8 YUV 9 WXVZ 0 2 relay 2 relay actuator actuator ART.F430/2 Item F430/2 ART.F430/4 Item F430/4 WIRING DIAGRAMS 65 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES WIRING DIAGRAMS DIAGRAM 9 SOUND SYSTEM WITH 2 WIRE VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM AND AUTOMATION SYSTEM The diagram shows the wiring of the system described in example no. 6 above, integrated with the Automation system by means of interface Item F422, conﬁgured in the “Galvanic separation” mode. SOUND SYSTEM Flush-mounted loudspeaker Flush-mounted loudspeaker Flush-mounted loudspeaker Item L/N/NT4565 Item L/N/NT4565 Item L/N/NT4565 ON Flush-mounted ON Flush-mounted ON Flush-mounted amplifier Item amplifier Item amplifier Item OFF L4562 OFF L4562 OFF L4562 Line terminator Item 3499 Flush-mounted loudspeaker Flush-mounted loudspeaker Flush-mounted loudspeaker Item L/N/NT4565 Item L/N/NT4565 Item L/N/NT4565 ON Flush-mounted ON Flush-mounted ON Flush-mounted amplifier Item amplifier Item amplifier Item OFF L4562 OFF L4562 OFF L4562 Line terminator Item 3499 Line terminator Item 3499 Hi-Fi stereo system Power supply Item 346000 Audio/Video node SCS Item F441 Stereo control Item L4561 8-contact Radio tuner connector Item F500 Item RCA input 33698(/2/3/4) Item L/N/NT4560 66 MY HOME - GUIDELINES VIDEO DOOR ENTRY SYSTEM Touch screen Item L/N/NT4683 Handset Handset Entrance panel N=2 N=1 S=9 Line terminator Item 3499 AUTOMATION Touch screen Item L/N/NT4683 Power supply Item E46DCN Actuators Item F411/1N Special Controls control Item L4652/2 Item L4651/2 ON OFF Interface Item F22 WIRING DIAGRAMS 67 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES WIRING DIAGRAMS DIAGRAM 10 2-WIRE VIDEO DOOR ENTRY AND MY HOME SYSTEM F453AV 346000 SCS SCS AV IN AI D C 12 Burglar alarm A=1 ON L4565 installation Flush-mounted PF = 1 amplifier OFF 3499 Line terminator Interface between video/automation OUT I4 = 1 F422 I1 = - MOD = 4 ON 344102 ON 344102 IN O U T I2 = - A R 422 T.F I3 = - N P N P I4 = 1 MOD = - 1 2 F422 BUS BUS PIVOT handset PIVOT handset Automation and temperature control installation F441 OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 OUT 346000 IN BUS 2 1 IN1 IN2 IN3 IN4 SCS 230Va.c. video EP BUS 347400 BUS 347400 SI P P 2 wire COAX 2 wire COAX 1 N N Z Z interface interface I1 I2 I3 12V 1 V 12V 1 V F500 Radio tuner P N T S BUS PL S+ S- P N Z 391637 P N Z 391637 9 Colour TUBE Colour TUBE 1 camera 2 camera S1 68 MY HOME - GUIDELINES CONFIGURATION Interface Item F422 “BURGLAR ALARM WITH AUTOMATION” MODE The interface should be conﬁgured inserting conﬁgurator No. 4 in the MOD (mode) position. Positions I1 and I2 do not need to be conﬁgured for this application; the I1 numeric conﬁgurators 1 to 9 having a value different from any A and PL } OUT I2 address of the Automation system devices are, instead, to be inserted in I3 m interface positions I3 and I4. ART.F422 address I4 MOD n Example: if the devices of the Automation system have addresses ranging between A = 1, PL = 1 and A = 2, PL = 9, any conﬁgurator with value 3 to 9 4 can be inserted in position I3, while any conﬁgurator with value 1 to 9 can be inserted in position I4. BURGLAR ALARM SYSTEM OUT I1 = - I2 = - I3 = 3to9 AUTOMATION SYSTEM I4 = 1to9 MOD = 4 IN A=1 A=1 A=2 PL = 1 PL = 2 PL = 9 “GALVANIC SEPARATION” MODE For this mode, positions I1, I2, I3, and I4 (interface address) and the MOD (mode) position do not need to be conﬁgured. I1 OUT I2 ART.F422 I3 I4 MOD CONFIGURATION 69 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES CONFIGURATION Interface Item F426 The SCS/EIB interface can connect an SCS system to an EIB system with three different modes: - Standard mode BUS EIB - Field bus mode - Auto_memo mode All three modes are always active. In general terms, these modes require a different approach in the use of the interface, but they do not mutually exclude. With the auto_memo mode, any SCS frame can be connected with EIB telegrams. The interface converts only three types of frames from SCS to EIB: key - Alarm (from the Burglar alarm system) - Auxiliary controls (from the Burglar alarm system or from the Automation LED system) - Automation system controls Every frame should be associated with a speciﬁc EIB control and a speciﬁc EIB address. In EIB possible actions are the following: BUS SCS configurators - Commute an ON/OFF actuator; - Control a shutter (UP/DOWN/STOP); - Distance display. For these reasons, a default conversion from SCS to EIB can be deﬁned: front view EIB address = X/Y/I1/I2 m1 m2 M1 M2 PL A Where X/Y (group address for EIB) can be selected manually by the installer using two conﬁgurators. Where I1/I2 are: 0/1 to 0/9 for alarm controls: I2 = 1 for intrusion I2 = 2 for tampering I2 = 3 for battery I2 = 4 for power supply I2 = 5 to 9 for future applications 1/0 to 9/0 for SCS ESE controls Dest = A/PL=10 to 90 (I1=1 to 8; I2=1 to 9) (I1=9 ; I2=0) 9/1 to 9/9 for auxiliary controls channel Ch = 1 to 9 (I1=9; I2= 1 to 9); Conﬁgurators M1 EIB main group address, (X) higher ﬁgure: 0/1 M2 EIB main group address, (X) lower ﬁgure: from 0 to 9 if conﬁgurator 1=0, from 0 to 5 if conﬁgurator 1=1 (the sum of conﬁgurators 1+2 should not exceed 15) m1 EIB medium group address (Y): from 0 to 7 m2 EIB medium group address (Z): from 0 to 7 A SCS separation address (W): from 0 to 9 PL SCS separation address (U): from 0 to 9 NOTE: 0 = conﬁgurator not installed 70 MY HOME - GUIDELINES Using Item L4652/2 with the conﬁgurator in position M=CEN there are four groups addresses). To determine whether Item L4652/2 controls a light or different controls with the same destination address: a shutter, we need to specify a separation address by means of another two one control for each pushbutton (1,2,3,4). If we want to control a light, only conﬁgurators (WU): the lower pushbuttons can be used (3 and 4) for the ON/OFF commutation of two different lights, cyclically: Address > WU = shutter ON/OFF/ON/OFF… Address < WU = light If we want to control shutters, and, particularly, two different shutters, we need to use all the pushbuttons (1,2,3,4). Using pushbuttons 1 and If no conﬁgurators are installed, all routed addresses are for shutter control. 3, the corresponding group address is X/Y. Using pushbuttons 2 and 4, In the event of a wrong conﬁguration, the EIB and PROG. LEDs are on or the corresponding group address is X/Z, where Z is selected by means ﬂashing. of another conﬁgurator (total: three conﬁgurators to select two different upper pushbutton control key function 2 lower pushbutton LED function 1 function 4 function 3 function 4 function 3 CONFIGURATION 71 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES TECHNICAL FEATURES Interface Item F422 The “MY HOME Automation” guide describes how to use this device to Public riser: for interfacing the audio door-entry units or digital video door- extend the maximum length of the BUS Automation (Physical expansion) entry units with the Burglar alarm systems or to increase the number of devices beyond the allowed limit (Logical expansion). Burglar alarm interface /automation: for interfacing the Automation system Conversely, this chapter describes the use of this Interface in order to with the Burglar alarm system. integrate two or more different MY HOME systems. Referring to the above guide for technical information concerning the Galvanic separation: for combining the video door-entry system with an Automation device, here are three different integration modes executed by the suitably or Burglar alarm system and for remote monitoring through the Web Server. conﬁgured Interface: “BURGLAR ALARM INTERFACE / AUTOMATION” MODE Installation rules This mode can be obtained by placing conﬁgurator No. 4 in the MOD position - The BUS of the Burglar alarm system must always be connected to the OUT and enables you to Interface the Automation system with the Burglar alarm terminal of the Interface. system in order to help the interaction and exchange of information between the two BUSES in the directions indicated by the arrows: - It is not possible to connect other interfaces to the Burglar alarm system to physically extend the BUS (Physical expansion mode) or to increase the BUS BUS maximum number of devices (Logical expansion mode). Burglar alarm Automation Controls - It is possible to connect only one Interface to the Burglar alarm system. auxiliaries AUX Hence, it is not possible to connect two separate Automation systems Controls Automation between each other through a Burglar alarm system. (use of Burglar alarm dialling device for Controls Automation - You cannot install the Automation system Actuators in the Burglar alarm forwarding) system. Status change and division events Alarm events BURGLAR ALARM SYSTEM BUS Controls OUT MOD = 4 Automation, status change, auxiliary division and controls Interface alarm events AUX IN Item F422 AUTOMATION SYSTEM BUS 72 MY HOME - GUIDELINES “GALVANIC SEPARATION” MODE Installation rules This mode enables you to keep the power supplies of the Automation or During the development of the project, keep in mind the following Burglar alarm systems separate from the Video door-entry system, thereby recommendations: allowing communication between all devices; for this mode, no conﬁgurator shall be placed in the MOD position. - The riser BUS of the Terraneo digital 8-wire Video door-entry system and It shall be used only when the following functions are required: the Sound system BUS must be connected to the OUT terminal of the Interface with wires 5 and 6. - integration of the Burglar alarm system with the digital 8-wire Video door- entry system for automatic activation of the cameras following an intrusion - The BUS of the Automation or Burglar alarm system must be connected to event (only one-family system); the IN terminal. - integration between the Automation system and the Sound system; - It is not possible to connect additional separate Automation and Burglar alarm systems to the same riser of the Video door-entry system; therefore, - management and remote control through the MY HOME Portal with PC and the integration can be used only with “one-family” systems. Web server connected to the Internet/LAN of the MY HOME systems (only one-family systems). For each system, it is possible to apply the “Logical expansion” or “physical” rules of the systems described in the chapter “My Home Comfort Example of integration with 2-wire Video door-entry systems – Installation prescriptions”. AUTOMATION SYSTEM OUT MOD = – I4 = 1 Interface IN Item F422 Loud speakers 349310 N=1 P=0 A=1 WEB SERVER PF = 2 346000 ON ON A=1 F453AV 346000 PF = 1 OFF 1 2 SCS AV IN D C 12 1 2 BUS H/L4562 230Va.c. F441 OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 OUT IN 346000 IN1 IN2 IN3 IN4 SCS BUS 2 1 230Va.c. 347400 F500 BUS S=1 S=2 P PE N Z 342550 12V 1 V BUS PL S+ S- 342170 Tlc 12V d.c. Input RCA S1 150 mA PS for external source Radio P N T S 9 External units max 3 m SCS sound like S = 0 P 1 N Z TECHNICAL FEATURES 73 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES TECHNICAL FEATURES Interface Item F422 “GALVANIC SEPARATION” MODE Example of integration with 2-wire Video door-entry system Loud speakers 349310 N=1 P=0 A=1 WEB SERVER PF = 2 346000 ON ON A=1 F453AV 346000 PF = 1 OFF 1 2 SCS SCS AV IN AI D C 12 1 2 BUS H/L4562 230Va.c. Burglar alarm installation F441 Interface between OUT1 OUT2 OUT3 OUT4 video/automation OUT F422 F422 I4 = 1 OUT 346000 MOD = 4 IN I1 = - OUT IN ART.F422 I2 = - BUS 2 1 IN1 IN2 IN3 IN4 SCS I3 = - I4 = 1 Automation and 230Va.c. MOD = - temperature control installation 347400 F500 BUS S=1 S=2 P PE N Z 342550 12V 1 V BUS PL S+ S- Input RCA 342170 Tlc 12V d.c. 150 mA for external S1 PS Radio source SCS P N T S max 3 m 9 P N Z 1 External units sound like S =0 74 MY HOME - GUIDELINES USE OF INTERFACES HAVING SEVERAL MODES In case of considerably complex house automation systems, several systems or interfaced with the Burglar alarm or the Energy Management system by with interfaces conﬁgured with different modes can be integrated. means of additional interfaces. For example, a system with three interfaces in the “logic expansion” mode This is the case, for instance, of a large multi-storey villa where the can be created, to connect three Automation systems to one single riser. If Automation system of each ﬂoor is connected, by means of interfaces Item necessary, each of them can then be expanded (physical expansion mode) F422, to the other systems through a common bus called “private riser”. Example of an Automation system, with physical expansion, connected to the Burglar alarm system by means of a private riser. AUTOMATION A/PL=43 99 SYSTEM BUS OUT MOD = 2 OUT MOD = 1 Interface IN Item F422 Interface IN Item F422 Private riser (Automation BUS) Physical expansion Logical expansion To other BUS Automation system OUT MOD = 2 AUTOMATION SYSTEM Interface A/PL=11 41 IN Item F422 BUS OUT BURGLAR ALARM MOD = 4 SYSTEM Interface IN Item F422 Burglar alarm interface /automation TECHNICAL FEATURES 75 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES TECHNICAL FEATURES Interface Item F422 This type of integration through several interfaces having different modes, The “basic” level consists of the system on each ﬂoor of the house, which is considers the general system as if it were divided into several systems, connected to a higher-level system (private riser for the entire house). interconnected and organised at different levels. BASIC LEVEL One system or several systems connected with the “physical expansion” or the “burglar alarm/automation interface” mode. F422 F422 Physical expansion Automation Burglar alarm System system MOD = 1 MOD = 4 PRIVATE RISER Several systems connected with the “logic expansion” mode to a private riser *. F422 F422 F422 BUS Automation Physical expansion Automation Automation System System MOD = 1 MOD = 1 MOD = 2 Physical expansion Automation Automation private System System riser MOD = 1 MOD = 1 MOD = 2 Burglar alarm Automation system System MOD = 4 MOD = 2 NOTE *: for more details about “logic expansion” mode, see section “My Home Comfort - General rules for installation”. 76 MY HOME - GUIDELINES TECHNICAL FEATURES Interface item F426 Connection and information exchange between My Home systems and EIB standard systems. My Home BUS systems and EIB-technology systems are integrated by means of a dedicated interface item F426. BUS EIB This device, appropriately conﬁgured, can perform several functions, including: - connection of an Automation system consisting only of control devices with an EIB system consisting only of actuators; - connection of a Burglar alarm system with an EIB system to activate EIB devices in case of dangerous events; key - exchange of information between the two different BUSES, useful to LED activate speciﬁc controls on a system following events generated on the other system. BUS SCS configurators system M M BUS BE SCS/EIB Interface My Home Automation My Home Burglar alarm Control devices BUS SCS Actuators 230V a.c. BUS SCS Fan Electric Lighting shutters TECHNICAL FEATURES 77 MY HOME GUIDE GUIDELINES BTicino SpA Via Messina, 38 20154 Milan - Italy www.bticino.com Version 07/2007 This booklet deletes and replaces the guide MH04GT, section “Introduction, Layout of the building and System integration”. 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