Fibaro FGS-212

Fibaro FGS-212 kézikönyv

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  • Remotely Controlled Relay Switch of Fibaro System is designed to
    operate in a wall switch box or in locations where the control of an
    electric device is needed.
    It is also possible to send a signal to any system that is to be
    integrated with Fibaro system.
    Specifications
    Power supply:
    Power consumption:
    Operational temperature:
    Dimensions (L x W x H):
    For installation in boxes:
    Rated load current:
    Overcurrent protection:
    Active element:
    Device control:
    Radio protocol:
    Radio signal power:
    Radio Frequency:
    Range:
    Comply with EU directives:
    110 - 240V ~
    50 - 60Hz
    to 0,8W
    0 - 35°C
    42,50 x 38,25 x 20,30 mm
    Ø ≥ 50mm
    10A for resistive load*
    required external 10A circuit
    breaker
    micro-gap relay switch μ
    remotely - radio waves
    directly - push buttons
    Z-Wave
    1mW
    868,4 MHz EU;
    908,4 MHz US;
    921,4 MHz ANZ;
    869,2 MHz RU;
    865,2 MHz IN;
    up to 50 m outdoors
    up to 30 m indoors
    (depending on building materials)
    RoHS 2011/65/EU
    LVD 2006/95/EC
    EMC 2004/108/EC
    R&TTE 1999/5/EC
    OPERATING MANUAL
    RELAY SWITCH
    FGS-212-EN-A-v1.01
    Technical Information
    • Controlled by FIBARO system devices or any Z-Wave controller.
    Electronic switch is a remote control unit.
    • Microprocessor control.
    Active element: electromagnetic, micro-gap relay switch.
    • The device may be operated by momentary and toggle
    push-buttons.
    To be installed in wall switch boxes of dimensions allowing for
    installation, conforming to provisions of applicable regulations.
    DANGER
    Danger of electrocution! All works on the device
    may be performed only by a qualified and licensed
    electrician. Observe national regulations.
    DANGER
    Danger of electrocution! Even when the device is
    turned off, voltage may be present at its terminals.
    Any works introducing changes into the
    configuration of connections or the load must be
    always performed with disconnected voltage
    (disable the fuse).
    CAUTION
    Do not connect the device to loads exceeding
    recommended values. Connect only in
    accordance with the diagram presented in the
    manual. Improper connections may be dangerous.
    II Assembling Fibaro Switch
    Fig.1 Wiring diagrams for Fibaro Switch.
    Double switch - mains electricity power connection
    NOTES FOR THE DIAGRAM:
    N - terminal for neutral lead
    L - terminal for live lead
    IN - input terminal for load power supply
    Q - output terminal of the load
    S2 - terminal for key no. 2
    S1 – terminal for key no. 1 (has the option of entering the device in
    learning mode)
    B- service button (used to add or remove a device from the system)
    Locate the antenna as far from metal elements as
    possible (connecting wires, bracket rings, etc.) in
    order to prevent interferences.
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    Metal surfaces in the direct vicinity of the antenna
    (e.g. flush mounted metal boxes, metal door
    frames) may impair signal reception!
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    Do not cut or shorten the antenna - its length is
    perfectly matched to the band in which the system
    operates.
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    NOTE
    It should be noted that only the push-button
    connected to S1 terminal and service push-button
    B enables "learning" mode (Include/ Exclude).
    TIPS FOR ARRANGING THE ANTENNA:
    DICTIONARY:
    Adding (Inclusion) - Z-Wave device learning mode, allowing to
    add the device to existing Z-Wave network.
    Removing (Exclusion) - Z-Wave device learning mode, allowing
    to remove the device from existing Z-Wave network.
    Association (linking devices) - direct control of other devices
    within the Z-Wave system network.
    Multi-channel association - controlling other multi-channel
    devices within the Z-Wave network.
    III Activating Fibaro Switch
    1. Installing the Fibaro Switch
    STEP 1
    Connect the device in accordance with the wiring diagram
    presented in Figure 1. Switch on the mains voltage.
    [Adding/Removing] Fibaro Switch [to/from] Z-wave network
    STEP 2
    Fibaro Switch must be placed within the range of Home Center
    controller, as adding mode requires direct communication with the
    controller.
    STEP 3
    Find key no. 1 which allows to switch circuit 1 on, in accordance
    with the diagram
    During the installation it is recommended to use a
    momentary key connected to S1.
    STEP 6
    The controller indicates when the device is correctly added to the
    network, (see the manual of Home Center controller).
    CAUTION
    Fibaro Switch cancels the "learning" mode after
    key no. 1 is pressed once. Therefore, pressing key
    no. 1 four times will not add the devices to the
    network. The same applies to push-button B.
    CAUTION
    Fibaro Switch is set by default to operate with
    momentary switches (i.e. single-pole switch or bell
    switch). While adding Fibaro Switch to the network
    with toggle switches, ensure that all switch contacts
    are open (off), because closing them results in
    activating the push-button and this will prevent
    adding the device to the network.
    3. Controlling Fibaro Switch by momentary or toggle
    switches.
    Momentary switch (after releasing the push-button a spring
    automatically pushes back and disconnects the button)
    - Turning on/off circuit 1 or 2 - briefly press the push-button
    corresponding to a chosen circuit (see diagram).
    Toggle switch (operates as a two-position switch, it has no
    spring that would push back the device after releasing manual
    pressure)
    - Turning on/off the circuit - change the position of selected
    push-button from the current position.
    4. Controlling Fibaro Switch using a command: ALL
    ON / ALL OFF
    Fibaro Switch responds to commands ALL ON / ALL OFF that may
    be sent by the controller. ALL ON / ALL OFF commands are usually
    implemented in Z-Wave remote control.
    By default, Fibaro Switch accepts both active commands ALL ON
    and ALL OFF. Settings may be changed by entering an appropriate
    value into configuration register no. 1 (see configuration)
    5. Controlling Fibaro Switch using Home Center
    controller
    After adding Fibaro Switch to the network, it will be represented in
    Home Center by the following icon:
    By default, FGS-212 device has a second hidden icon.
    It represents the second, virtual channel of the device triggered by
    the second key. The user may add the association to this channel
    or trigger a scene.
    Turning on/off the device connected to Fibaro Switch is performed
    by pressing ON/OFF icon.
    Association enables Fibaro Switch to directly control a device
    included in Z-Wave network e.g. Dimmer, Switch (ON-OFF), Roller
    Shutter or scene (scene may be controlled only through the Home
    Center controller).
    Fig.3 Icon of Fibaro Switch shown by Home Center controller
    IV Association
    Fibaro Switch provides association of three groups.
    1st group is assigned to key no. 1
    2nd group is assigned to key no. 2
    3rd group reports state of devices. Only one device can be
    associated to this group.
    Fibaro Switch enables user to control up to 5 normal devices, and
    5 MultiChannel devices in group no. 1 and no. 2, group no. 3 has
    only one field. One field is reserved for the network controller.
    To add an association (using the Home Center controller), go to
    device options by clicking the following icon:
    Select the "device options" tab. Then specify to which group and
    what devices are to be associated. Sending relevant information to
    devices added to associated groups may take even a few minutes.
    Association ensures direct transfer of control
    commands between devices, and is performed
    without participation of the main controller.
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    WARNING
    When Fibaro Switch sends control commands and
    a new command is issued, then the current one
    command transmission is interrupted to send new
    commands.
    FGS-212 Fibaro Switch supports the operation of multi-channel
    devices. Multichannel devices are devices that include two or more
    circuits inside one physical unit.
    The following settings are available in the Fibaro interface as
    simple options that may be chosen by selecting the appropria-
    te box.
    In order to configure Fibaro Switch (using the Home Center
    controller), go to device options by clicking the following icon:
    Select „Advanced” tab.
    V Configuration
    Parameter No. 1 - Activate / deactivate functions ALL ON / ALL
    OFF.
    Default value: 255
    Options for changing parameter 255, 0, 1, 2
    Available configuration parameters:
    255 - ALL ON active, ALL OFF active.
    0 - ALL ON is not active ALL OFF is not active
    1 - ALL ON is not active ALL OFF active
    2 - ALL ON active ALL OFF is not active
    Parameter No. 3 - Auto off relay after specified time, with the
    possibility of manual override - immediate Off after button
    push.
    Default value: 0
    Available settings:
    0 - manual override disabled. After single button push the relay
    turns on and automatically turns off after specified time.
    1 - manual override enabled. After single button push the relay
    turns on and automatically turns off after specified time. Another
    button push turns the relay off immediately.
    Parameter No. 4 - Auto off.
    Default value: 0
    Available settings:
    [1- 65535] (0,1 s – 6553,5 s) Time period for auto off, in miliseconds
    0 - Auto off disabled
    Parameter No. 6 - Sending commands to control devices
    assigned to 1-st association group (key no. 1).
    Default value: 0
    Available configuration parameters:
    0 - commands are sent when device is turned on and off
    1 - commands are sent when device is turned off. Enabling device
    does not send control commands. Double-clicking key sends 'turn
    on' command, dimmers memorize the last saved state (e.g. 50%
    brightness).
    2 - commands are sent when device is turned off. Enabling device
    does not send control commands. Double-clicking key sends 'turn
    on' command and dimmers are set to 100% brightness.
    NOTE: Parameter 15 value must be set to 1 to work properly.
    This activates the double-click functionality - dimmer/roller
    shutter control.
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    N
    Q
    B
    DANGER
    Danger of electrocution! Electronic switch is
    designed to operate in electrical home installation.
    Faulty connection or use may result in fire or electric
    shock.
    CAUTION
    Read this manual before attempting to install
    the device! Failure to observe recommendations
    included in this manual may be dangerous or cause
    a violation of the law. The manufacturer, Fibar
    Group S.A., will not be held responsible for any loss
    or damage resulting from not following the
    instructions of operating manual.
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    Single switch - mains electricity power connection
    SWITCH
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    Q
    IN
    NS1 S2
    L
    N
    B
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    1. Before installation ensure that the voltage supply is
    disconnected.
    2. Connect Fibaro switch as shown on the diagram.
    3. Place the switch in the switch box.
    4. Arrange the antenna (tips are presented further).
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    NS1
    S2
    ENG
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    SWITCH
    CAUTION
    Product must be installed on a 10A line.
    !
    FIBARO is a wireless system, based on Z-Wave technology.
    FIBARO provides many advantages when compared to similar
    systems. In general, radio systems create a direct connection
    between the receiver and transmitter. But the radio signal is
    weakened by various obstacles located on its path (apartment
    walls, furniture, etc.) and in extreme cases it fails to transfer
    required data. The advantage of FIBARO system is that its devices
    apart from being transmitters and receivers of signals, they are also
    a signal "duplicators". When a direct connection path between the
    transmitter and the receiver can not be established, the connection
    may be achieved through other intermediate devices.
    FIBARO is a bi-directional wireless system. It means that the signal
    is not only sent to the receivers but also the receivers send the
    confirmation of its reception. This operation confirms their status so
    to check whether they are active. Safety of the FIBARO system
    transmission is comparable to the safety of transmission in data bus
    wired systems.
    FIBARO operates in the free band for data transmission. The
    frequency depends on radio regulations in individual country . Each
    FIBARO network has its own unique network identification number
    (home ID), which is why it is possible to co-operate two or more
    independent systems in a single building without any interference.
    Although Z-Wave is quite new technology, it has already become
    recognizable and officially binding standard, similarly to Wi-Fi.
    Many manufacturers in various industries offer solutions based on
    Z-Wave technology, guaranteeing their compatibility. This means
    that the system is open and it may be extended in the future. Find
    more information at www.fibaro.com.
    FIBARO generates a dynamic network structure. After FIBARO
    system is switched on, the location of its individual components is
    automatically updated in real-time through status confirmation
    signals received from devices operating in a "mesh" network.
    The In-Wall Relay Switch is hereinafter referred to as Fibaro
    Switch. It is designed to switch on/off devices connected to its
    terminals using radio waves, controllers and a push button directly
    connected to Fibaro Switch.
    I General information about Fibaro system
    STEP 4
    Set the Home Center controller in add/remove mode (see the
    controller's manual)
    STEP 5
    Add Fibaro Switch to the network by pushing three times key no. 1
    or push-button B located inside the housing of the device. For
    toggle switch perform 3 position changes.
    2. Resetting Fibaro Switch
    Fibaro Switch provides two methods for resetting.
    Method I : Reset by removing Fibaro Switch from the existing
    Z-Wave network. The device may be removed using the controller
    that has the ability to include/exclude devices from/to Z-Wave
    network (see the manual of controller).
    Method II : Reset by holding B button for 3 sec. after connecting
    mains voltage to the Switch
    Parameter No. 15 - Operation of the Dimmer and Roller Shutter
    Controller - enabling this option allows the user to dim
    lighting/shut roller by associating Dimmer/Roller Shutter
    Controller and holding or double press of double switch (only
    mono-stable switch).
    Default value: 0
    Available configuration parameters:
    0 - Dimmer/Roller Shutter Controller control is not active
    1 - Dimmer/Roller Shutter Controller control is active
    Parameter No. 16 - Saving the state of the device after a power
    failure. Fibaro Switch returns to the last position saved before
    a power failure.
    Default value: 1
    Options for changing the parameter 0-1
    0 - Fibaro Switch does not save the state after a power failure, it
    returns to "off" position
    1 - Fibaro Switch saves its state before power failure
    Parameter No. 13 - Assigns bistable key status to the device
    status.
    Default value: 0
    Available configuration parameters:
    0 - [On / Off] device changes status on key status change.
    1 - Device status depends on key status: ON when the key is ON,
    OFF when the key is OFF.
    Parameter No. 14 - Switch type connector, you may choose
    between momentary and toggle switches.
    Default value: 1
    Options for changing the parameter:
    0 - momentary switch
    1 - toggle switch
    Remote control from Fibaro System is still
    possible. This function is useful when you want
    display status of external devices, e.g. Motion
    Sensor, in Fibaro System.
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    NOTE
    Durability of the device depends on applied load.
    For resistive load (light bulbs, etc.) and 6,5A current
    per channel, the durability exceeds 200 000
    switches.
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    Fig.2 Installation of Fibaro Relay Switch in wall switch box.
    CAUTION
    The device is designed for installation in wall
    switch boxes and can work only with the electrical
    connectors compliant with the relevant safety
    standards.
    !
    CAUTION
    The switch box must be compliant with the relevant
    national safety standards and it's depth should not
    be less than 60mm.
    !
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Fibaro FGS-212 specifikációk

Általános
Márka Fibaro
Modell FGS-212
Termék Nincs kategorizálva
EAN 5902020528272
Nyelv Engels
Fájltípus PDF
Tápellátás
AC bemeneti feszültség 110-240 V
AC bemeneti frekvencia 50 - 60 Hz
Áram 10 A
Jellemzők
Termék színe Fekete
Tömeg és méretek
Méret (sz x mé x ma) 42.5 x 38.25 x 20.3 mm

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