Shutter Module HA 30

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					Shutter
Module

HA 30
Mounting and Operation
                                                          Contents
Contents
Overview                                                         2
Mounting                                                         3
    1. Setting the limit switch of the tube motor                4
    2. Laying cables                                             4
    3. Connecting pushbuttons and motors                         5
Teach-in                                                         8
    1. Activating the teach-in mode at the shutter module        8
    2. Activating the Teach-in mode at the Hometronic Manager    9
    3. Determining the end position                             11
    Setting the 50% position (optional)                         11
    Failed teach-in                                             12
Final mounting                                                  13
Operation                                                       15
    Controlling the shutters with pushbuttons                   15
    Controlling the shutters with switches                      15
    Lock-out unit HAC 30                                        16
    Changing the fuse of the shutter module                     17
Information for the fitter                                      18
Technical data                                                  19
Help with problems                                              20


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Overview
Overview
Application
The shutter module HA 30 is a component of the Hometronic System
and controls the tube motors of shutters, venetian blinds and awnings.
The shutter module can be operated either via the Hometronic
Manager or directly via the pushbutton.
The lock-out unit HAC 30 ensures that you cannot lock yourself out.
Extension by the Sun Module HB 05/15
The installation of the Hometronic Sun Module HB 05 or HB 15 allows
the control of the shutter position depending on ...
• Brightness (Sun Module HB 05).
• Brightness and wind speed (Sun Module HB 15).

            Danger of injury!
            For security reasons automatic control of awnings on
            the basis of the wind speed is only allowed with the
 Caution!
            wind sensor HWS 40!




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                                                             Mounting
Mounting
           Danger to life through electric shock!
           Live electrical contacts lie open while the module is
           being cabled. Touching a live contact causes critical
Danger!    injuries.
           ► All work may only be carried out by authorized
               specialized personnel.
           ► De-energize the corresponding fuse during all work on
               the module.

           Faulty radio connection!
           The shutter module has a radio transmitter whose
           function can be impaired by metallic objects.
Caution!
           ► When selecting the operation site ensure that there is
              sufficient distance to metallic objects such as metal
              cabinets and doors, concrete ceilings with iron lattices
              at radio devices such as radio headphones, etc.




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Mounting

1. Setting the limit switch of the tube motor
► If the tube motor of the shutter has a limit switch, set the limit switch
    before connecting the shutter module.
2. Laying cables
The device switch is intended to be mounted on a flush-mounted
distribution box.
► Cut the cables to length or lengthen them so that they reach at least
   10 cm out of the distribution box.
► Remove the housing cover
   from the module.




► Leverout the contact covers
    with a screwdriver.




► Insert all the cables through the openings in the housing bottom.

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                                                           Mounting
► Mount the lock-out unit HAC 30 as described in the enclosed
   mounting instructions (please also refer to Page 16).
3. Connecting pushbuttons and motors
      You can connect either pushbuttons or switches to the
      device switch. Use pushbuttons for a new installation.

             Malfunctions due to contact erosion
             ► Replace old pushbuttons/switches by new push-
               buttons.
Caution!
             ► Only use pushbuttons which are designed for 230 V
               and conform to the VDE guidelines.

The following figure shows the circuiting for connecting push-
buttons/switches and tube motors. The designations of the
connections are also used in the further description of the mounting.




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Mounting




T↑: "Up“ button     M↑: Motor UP     L: Phase
T↓: "Down" button   M↓: Motor DOWN   N: Neutral conductor
M: Motor                             PE: Protective earth conductor

► Connect the tube motor at the
    right-hand terminal block in
    accordance with the diagram.




► Loop the PE conductor through the flush-mounted box to the motor.



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                                                                 Mounting
► Connect the pushbuttons/
   switches "Up" (T↑) and
   "Down" (T↓) to the left-hand
   terminal block in accord-
   ance with the diagram.




      No terminal is planned for the protective earth conductor.

► Fasten the housing base temporarily at the intended mounting site
   so that smaller corrections can be carried out later if required.
► Slide the housing cover onto
   the housing base and latch
   it in.




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Teach-in
Teach-in
The new Hometronic components have to be assigned to the
Hometronic Manager first before they can be taken into operation.
This process is called the "Teach-in". During the process the
Hometronic Manager and the new components exchange data.
       The teach-in mode remains active for a maximum of 4
       minutes. Afterwards the shutter module changes back to
       normal mode. Therefore familiarize yourself with the following
       steps beforehand.


1. Activating the teach-in mode at the shutter module
► Use the "Up" button to open the shutter completely.
► Within 10 seconds press the "Down" button briefly exactly 5 times.
       Ensure that the motor moves after each pressing action. The
       shutter module does not recognize if the pressing action is too
       fast or too brief.
    As confirmation the shutter travels downwards for 2 seconds. The
    teach-in mode at the shutter module is activated.




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                                                             Teach-in
2. Activating the teach-in mode at the Hometronic
Manager
   The yellow LED     at the Hometronic Manager lights up.
   The display shows the standard           Hometronic
   display, for example:                    WE 29.10.1999 11:15
                                            No Lifestyle active
                                            LIVING        20.0 C
► Press    the Dial button at the           MENU
   Hometronic Manager.                      SET DATE/TIME
   The cursor flashes in the bottom line.   ACTIVATE LIFESTYLE
                                            LIVING        20.0 C
► Turn the Dial button to the right in      MENU
   order to move the cursor to the          SET DATE/TIME
   highest line.                            ACTIVATE LIFESTYLE
                                            LIVING        20.0 C
► Press the Dial button.                    LIFESTYLES
   The following text is displayed:         TIME PROGRAMS
                                            DISPLAY
                                            SETTINGS
► Select "Settings" and press the Dial      HEATING
   button twice.                            SHUTTERS
   The following text is displayed:         DEVICES/LIGHT
                                            SENSOR

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Teach-in
► Turn the Dial button to the left in order   HEATING
     to select the "Shutters" submenu.        SHUTTERS
                                              DEVICES/LIGHT
                                              SENSOR
► Press the Dial button.                      MODULE-1
     The following text is displayed:         MODULE-2
                                              MODULE-3
                                              MODULE-4
► Select the module to be installed, in       MODULE-1
     this case Module 2.                      MODULE-2
                                              MODULE-3
                                              MODULE-4
► Press the Dial button in order to        MODULE-1
     activate the teach-in mode.           MODULE-2                 *
     A s✝is displayed next to the selected MODULE-3
     module (in this case Module 2).       MODULE-4
     The Hometronic Manager is ready for data transfer.
     The teach-in mode is active.
        The teach-in was successful, if the shutter travels completely
        upwards.




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                                                                Teach-in
3. Determining the end position
      If it is not possible to travel to end positions or a button action
      is interrupted, the teach-in has to be repeated.
► Keep the "Down" pushbutton/switch pressed until the shutter
   reaches the lower end position and the drive stops.
► Keep the "Up" pushbutton/switch pressed until the shutter reaches
   the upper end position and the drive stops.
   The teach-in mode is terminated.
Setting the 50% position (optional)
The shutter module can determine half the opening width of a shutter
exactly. The Hometronic Manager can thus open and close the shutter
with greater precision.
► Press the "Up" button until the shutter is opened completely.
► Within 10 seconds press the "Up" button briefly exactly 5 times.
► Press the "Down" button until the shutter has reached the 50%
   position.
   The shutter module takes over the current position as the 50%
   position. As confirmation the shutter opens the shutter completely.




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Teach-in
Failed teach-in
The teach-in has failed if the shutter travels downwards for some
seconds after 4 minutes.
► Carry out the following measures:
     – Improve the transmission.
     – Repeat the teach-in.
Improving the transmission
► Remove the disturbing/shielding devices, e.g.:
    – Wireless headphones, loudspeakers, garage door openers or
      remote control units
    – Disturbing objects from the immediate environment
    – Metal parts
► Correct the position of the shutter module at the mounting site.




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                                                     Final mounting
Final mounting
► Remove the housing cover
   again.




► Clamp the contact covers in
   the housing bottom.




► Screw the housing bottom onto the flush-mounted box or to the wall
   in accordance with the drilling scheme.




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Final mounting
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                                          65
                                     68

► Slide the housing cover onto the
     housing base and latch it in.




     Mounting has been completed.

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                                                         Operation
Operation
Controlling the shutters with pushbuttons
Use the "Up" and "Down" buttons to open or close the shutters
manually. One of the following functions is triggered depending on
how long the button is pressed:
Button pressed          Function
► Less than 2 sec.      • Shutter travels up/down as long as the
                          button is pressed
► Long                  • Shutter travels up/down until the end
                          position has been reached
                        • Shutter stops when any button is
                          pressed again

Controlling the shutters with switches
A switch with zero position is recognized by the
shutter module if a contact is activated longer
than 5 seconds. The shutter stops in the zero
position.




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Operation
Lock-out unit HAC 30
The lock-out unit prevents unwanted closing of a shutter, for example
when a terrace door is open, while you are outside the house.
If the door which is protected by the lock-out unit is open, every close
command at the Hometronic Manager and local pushbuttons/switches
is ignored.




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                                                            Operation

Changing the fuse of the shutter module
             Danger to life through electric shock!
             Live electrical contacts are exposed when the contact
             covers are opened. Touching a live contact causes
 Danger!     critical injuries.
             ► De-energize the corresponding circuit.
             ► Ensure that the contact covers are closed.
► Remove the housing cover.
► Remove the defective fuse
   (see figure).
► Insert a new fuse
   (ceramic tube, 250 V,
    5 x 20 mm, 2 A, fast).




► Replace the housing cover and latch it in.




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Information for the fitter
Information for the fitter
After mounting and starting up has been completed, the Hometronic
System can be handed over to the customer.
► Familiarize your customer with the basic operation of the Hometronic
   Manager.
► Explain the operation of the components on site.
► Also explain the possibilities offered by manual operation of the
   components.
► If appropriate, point out the particular features and possibilities
   offered by extending the respective installation of the Hometronic
   System.




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                                                 Technical data
Technical data
Power consumption       shutter Maximum 300 VA
motor
Operating voltage              230 V AC
Operating temperature          0...40 °C
Storage temperature            -20...70 °C
Protection class               IP 30
Maximum humidity               95%, non-condensing




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Help with problems
Help with problems
Problem/Display        Cause              Remedy
Teach-in failed        Radio connec-      ► Refer to "Improving
                       tion faulty          transmission"
                                          ► Remove the lock-out unit
                                            as a test
                       Old pushbutton     ► Repeat the teach-in
                       ("bouncing")
Shutter is not posi-   Brief power        ► Travel the shutter up and
tioned correctly       failure / inter-      down completely
                       ruption of the
                       power voltage
Shutter does not       Shut-out unit      ► Close protected doors
react to operation     activated             and windows
                                          ► Check the mounting of
                                             the shut-out unit
                       Fuse defective     ► Change the fuse
                       Radio connec-      ► Refer to "Improving
                       tion to Home-         transmission"
                       tronic Manager
                       faulty


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The right is reserved to make modifications. This document is definitive for the
enclosed product and replaces all previous publications.

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