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MY HOME Automation General features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 General rules for installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Wiring diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112

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introduction to the Automation system


The MY HOME Automation system allows you to manage functions in a simultaneous and integrated way. To date, these functions have been performed with special and complex electrical devices such as: lighting control control for shutters and/or electric curtains, fans, exhausters, etc. Compared to the devices of a conventional electrical system, Automation devices have an electronic circuit with a programmable logic and are connected in parallel with a 2-conductor BUS cable for sending information and with low voltage (27V d.c.) electric power. There are two types of devices in the system: controls, connected only to the BUS cable; actuators, connected both to the BUS cable and to the 230V a.c. power line for managing the connected load. if it is not possible to achieve a BUS system or if you want to expand a pre-existing system without any masonry work, the Automation system can be expanded with special wire/radio interfaces, control and radio devices characterised by high installation flexibility.

Wire system
Basic contact interface General control Touch control (SOFT TOUCH)

Local Display

Traditional device
Power supply

230 Vac DIN module actuator


TV/SAT

DIN module dimmer actuator

IPTV

TV/SAT

TV/SAT

Shutter actuator IPTV control

TV/SAT automazione

di usione sonora

IPTV

antifurto

termoregolazione

videocitofonia

controllo

lan

controllo carichi

energia

automazione luci

di usione sonora tvcc

antifurto www

termoregolazione irrigazione

videocitofonia

controllo

TV/SAT

IPTV

automazione

di usione sonora

antifurto

termoregolazione

videocitofonia

controllo

lan

controllo carichi

energia

luci

tvcc

www

irrigazione

Shutters

Light

Shutters

The MY HOME Automation system devices are IMQ certified, as they comply with the CEI EN 50428 standard non-automatic control devices for fixed electrical home installations and similar uses.

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When the Automation system devices are configured properly, it is possible to manage the load as follows: Control for a single load (lamp, shutters, etc.); Control for one or more load groups (for example, only the shutters on the first floor, north side, etc.); Simultaneous management of all loads (for example, general deactivation of all lamps in the

house and/or closing of all rolling shutters). it is also possible to carry out special functions - which can hardly be achieved with conventional electrical systems. These functions are called scenarios, which consist of a set of simultaneous controls used for arranging the room according to the users lifestyle. An example of a scenario can be represented by the simultaneous activation of lights, shutters, etc.,

which can be set by the user after getting home by using one single control device or by using the Touch

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Screen menu. if the Automation system is integrated with the 2 wire Sound system and Temperature control system, the scenario can also set up a room with background music and with the required temperature.

Radio/wire interfaces
Radio receiving interface

Radio system
Radio control

Local control

Touch Screen

Radio remote control

TV/SAT

IPTV
DIN module radio actuator

Basic actuator

TV/SAT

TV/SAT Transmitting radio interface


antifurto termoregolazione automazione di usione sonora videocitofonia antifurto termoregolazione
videocitofonia

IPTV

TV/SAT IPTV
energia tvcc

IPTV

automazione
IPTV

di usione sonora

controllo

controllo

lan

lan

controllo carichi

controllo carichi energia

luci

www

irrigazione

Lighting luci

tvcc

TV/SAT

IPTV
Shutter actuator control

TV/SAT

IPTV

controllo carichi

energia

luci

tvcc

www

irrigazione

Light
automazione di usione sonora antifurto

Shutters
termoregolazione videocitofonia controllo lan controllo carichi energia

Lighting luci

tvcc

Basic radio actuator

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Control devices
Control devices allow you to control the state of the actuators, thus executing different functions: ON, OFF, timing, etc., which depend on the functioning mode that has been assigned to them through an appropriate configuration. The electronic part of these devices is separated from the mechanical operating part so that one can choose the type, number and size of the control pushbuttons. The device can be modular, thus meeting the different installation requirements and different functions required by the user. Two types of keys and key covers can be used: function key cover, one or two 1 modules, to be used with the grey control key; function key cover, one or two 2 modules, to be used with the black control key;

Upper pushbutton Lower pushbutton LED

Control key

Control key

Control key

Key cover 1 function 1 module

Key cover 2 functions 1 module

Key cover 1 function 2 modules

Key cover 2 functions 2 modules

The control with the single key cover can become integrated with a traditional closing contact (pushbutton or switch).

The double key cover (tilting) can become integrated with a traditional exchanging contact. NOTE: control keys are supplied with the device as standard.

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lowered controls
These devices are consist of two lowered flush mounted modules. This reduces depth, leaving more room inside the box for the housing of cables, or for basic modularity devices.

speciAl control
in addition to the standard functions it also enables performing all

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the Special functions, normally performed by three different controls: the Special function control, the extended control, and the timer control. The Special control features 4 pushbuttons and 2 green/red bicolour LEDs (in the LiViNG and MTiX version) or 4 blue/red bicolour LEDs (AXOLUTE version).

lowered 2 Module control


The single and double load control performs the same functions of the previously released item. The only differences are: has been lowered to reduce the it size inside the box; features two green/red bicolour it LEDS (in the LiViNG and MTiX version), or 4 blue/red bicolour LEDs (AXOLUTE version).

control stAtus indicAtors


All the controls feature LEDs, which indicate their status (enabled or disabled), and make them easier to find in the dark. The intensity of the selected load status signalling LED may be adjusted or turned off using the pushbutton on the control itself.

Lowered 2 module control Special control

Upper pushbutton

more space available

LED Lower pushbutton

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Control devices: controls/key covers - quick matching guide


KeY-CoVeRs WIThoUT sIlK-sCReeN PRINTING aXolUTe 1 ModUle
1 function 2 functions

lIVING / lIGhT / lIGhT TeCh 2 ModUles 1 ModUle


1 function 2 functions

2 ModUles
1 function 2 functions

1 function

2 functions

CoNTRols

Special control

H4651M2 L4651M2 AM5831M2

HD4915 HC4915 HS4915

HD4911 HC4911 HS4911

HD4915M2 HC4915/2 HS4915/2

HD4911M2 HC4911/2 HS4911/2

L4915 N4915M NT4915M

L4911 N4915M NT4915M

L4915/2 N4915/2M NT4915/2M

L4911/2 N4915/2M NT4915/2M

Controls for 2 independent loads

H4652/2 L4652/2 AM5832/2

HD4915 HC4915 HS4915

HD4911 HC4911 HS4911

HD4915M2 HC4915/2 HS4915/2

HD4911M2 HC4911/2 HS4911/2

L4915 N4915M NT4915M

L4911 N4915M NT4915M

L4915/2 N4915/2M NT4915/2M

L4911/2 N4915/2M NT4915/2M

HD = WHITE, HC = TECH, HS = ANTHRACITE, L = LIVING, N = LIGHT, NT = LIGHT TECH

Controls for 3 independent loads

H4652/3 L4652/3 AM5832/3

HD4915 HC4915 HS4915

HD4911 HC4911 HS4911

HD4915M2 HC4915/2 HS4915/2

HD4911M2 HC4911/2 HS4911/2

L4915 N4915M NT4915M

L4911 N4915M NT4915M

L4915/2 N4915/2M NT4915/2M

L4911/2 N4915/2M NT4915/2M

KeY-CoVeRs WITh sIlK-sCReeN PRINTING

aXolUTe 1 ModUle
1 function 2 functions

lIVING / lIGhT / lIGhT TeCh

2 ModUles
1 function 2 functions

1 ModUle
1 function 2 functions

2 ModUles
1 function 2 functions

Controls

H4651M2 L4651M2 AM5831M2 Special control

HD4915... HC4915... HS4915...

HD4911... HC4911... HS4911...

HD4915M2... HC4915/2... HS4915/2...

HD4911M2... HC4911/2... HS4911/2...

L4915... N4915... NT4915...

L4911... N4915... NT4915...

L4915/2... N4915/2... NT4915/2...

L4911/2... N4915/2... NT4915/2...

Controls for 2 independent loads

H4652/2 L4652/2 AM5832/2

HD4915... HC4915... HS4915...

HD4911... HC4911... HS4911...

HD4915M2... HC4915/2... HS4915/2...

HD4911M2... HC4911/2... HS4911/2...

L4915... N4915... NT4915...

L4911... N4915... NT4915...

L4915/2... N4915/2... NT4915/2...

L4911/2... N4915/2... NT4915/2...

H4652/3 AM5832/3 Controls for 3 independent loads

L4652/3

HD4915... HC4915... HS4915...

HD4911... HC4911... HS4911...

HD4915M2... HC4915/2... HS4915/2...

HD4911M2... HC4911/2... HS4911/2...

L4915... N4915... NT4915...

L4911... N4915... NT4915...

L4915/2... N4915/2... NT4915/2...

L4911/2... N4915/2... NT4915/2...

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HD = WHITE, HC = TECH, HS = ANTHRACITE, L = LIVING, N = LIGHT, NT = LIGHT TECH * Complete the Key cover code with the letters corresponding to the required screen printing (see table).

MTIX 1 ModUle
1 function 2 functions

seleCTIoN of KeY CoVeRs WITh sIlK- sCReeN PRINTING 2 ModUles


1 function 2 functions

aXolUTe lIVING MTIX

lIGhT lIGhT TeCh

sIlK-sCReeN PRINTING
1 function

sIlK-sCReeN PRINTING desCRIPTIoN

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AA AM5911 AM5911 AM5911/2 AM5911/2 AB AC AD BA BB BC AM5911 AM5911 AM5911/2 AM5911/2 BD BE BF BG 1)

AAM ABM ACM ADM BAM BBM BCM BDM BEM BFM BGM BHM 2 functions

OFF ON GEN DIMMER LIGHT BELL EXHAUST FAN KEY TREBLE CLEF NURSE ROOM ALARMS

AM5911

AM5911

AM5911/2

AM5911/2

MTIX

1 ModUle
1 function 2 functions

2 ModUles
1 function 2 functions

BH

AF

AFM

ON/OFF/GEN

AM5915...

AM5911...

AM5915/2...

AM5911/2...

AG

AGM

ON/OFF

AH

AHM

UP/DOWN

AM5915...

AM5911...

AM5915/2...

AM5911/2...

AI

AIM

ON/OFF DIMMER

BA 1) BC 1) AM5915... AM5911... AM5915/2... AM5911/2... BE 1) BF 2)

BAM BCM BEM BFM

LIGHT EXHAUST FAN TREBLE CLEF SOUND SYSTEM FUNCTION

1) Key cover not available for the MTIX series 2) Key cover not available for the 1 and 2 module AXOLUTE series, and for the 2 module MTIX, LIVING, LIGHT, LIGHT TECH series

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Control devices
two or three Module AXolute soft touch controls
This device is capable of sending actuation and adjustment commands for the automation, sound system and video door entry system functions, with the simple touch of the control.
2 module Soft Touch control

new AXolute nighter, whice And white glAss controls


The Nighter and Whice control is a control where the traditional pushbuttons are replaced by capacitive sensors Moving the finger close to a sensor is the same as pressing a pushbutton. The device can therefore be used to control single or group loads (e.g. Lights and Shutters), sound system, scenarios, and basic video door entry system functions. its produced in the versions with 3 and 4 flush mounted modules, with 6 and 8 keys respectively.
Nighter 3 module control

Each zone corresponding to a key is marked at the centre by a light blue LED. When the user moves a finger close, its intensity increases sensibly, and remains so until the finger is moved away again.

This effect gives the user the feeling of activating the control. Using the appropriate configurator it is possible to select different intensity levels.

Whice 4 module control

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infrAred controls
iR receiver and new iR remote control: With the receiver, the manual control can be complemented or replaced by a remote control, using the infrared remote control unit, item 3529. To the remote control pushbuttons, it is possible to associate controls intended for 1 relay actuators for single loads, 2 relays actuators for double loads (shutter motor etc.), for the management of scenarios, as well as manage both sound systems and video door entry systems.
IR receiver

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IR remote control

MoveMent And lighting sensors


Thanks to the new sensors of the Lighting Management system, within the MY HOME system it is now possible to control the lighting levels based on the presence of people inside the room and the amount of natural light, ensuring: Energy eciency With the new sensors it is possible to eliminate energy waste through an intelligent management of the lights, ensuring the necessary lighting levels, at the right time and in the right place. The various operating modes that can be set with the configuration enable the user to obtain dierent levels of energy eciency. Comfort and wellbeing The new sensors also allow increasing the level of comfort of the users, with the automatic switching on of the light when entering the room, and the preservation of the desired lighting level based on external conditions.

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Control devices
scenArio MAnAgeMent systeMs
These devices can be used to create particular and advanced comfort situations called scenarios, for example, by activating some lights to a certain level, and positioning some shutters for watching the television, or reading a book, following the life style of the user. Another example of an advanced scenario that can be set using the various integrated MY HOME systems is the activation of a certain background music, the setting of the temperature and the light level of the house, when entertaining friends.

Multimedia interface

automazione

di usione sonora

antifurto

Multimedia Touch Screen

Scenario programmers MH200N

Lighting/movement sensor

Touch Screen

TV/SAT

Nighter & Whice control

automazione

di usione sonora

antifurto

termoregolazione

videocitofonia

controllo

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The described scenarios are managed from particular devices capable of saving in the memory all the Controls that define the scenario, and which the user can recall simultaneously by pressing one single pushbutton. The devices capable of saving and programming these functions are the following:

DiN modules F420 scenario 2 module for saving 16 scenarios for automation, sound system, temperature control, and video door entry applications.

MH200N scenario programmer for the creation and management of

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advanced scenarios, also linked to time events, system status, and more.

TV/SAT

IPTV

Special control

automazione

di usione sonora

antifurto

termoregolazione

videocitofonia

controllo

lan

controllo carichi

energia

luci

tvcc

Video Station (*)

Scenario module F420

Soft Touch control

IPTV

Local display (*)

Protected scenario control with transponder (*)

controllo carichi

energia

luci

tvcc

www

irrigazione

Scenario control

NOTE (*): at the moment these devices cannot activate scenarios managed by the MH200N scenario programmer.

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Control devices
control selection BAsed on the function to Be MAnAged
oN/off lIGhTING aNd loads TYPe of CoNTRol aXolUTe
2/3 module single and double load control (*) H4652/2 H4652/3

lIGhTING WITh adJUsTMeNT (dIMMeR)

lIVING/lIGhT/ lIGhT TeCh


L4652/2 L4652/3

MTIX
AM5832/2 AM5832/3

aXolUTe
H4652/2 H4652/3

lIVING/lIGhT/ lIGhT TeCh


L4652/2 L4652/3

MTIX
AM5832/2 AM5832/3

2 module special control (*)

H4651M2

L4651M2

AM5831M2

H4651M2

L4651M2

AM5831M2

Knob control

HD4563 HC4563 HS4563

L4563 N4563 NT4563

Infrared receiver + IR remote control

HD4654 HC4654 HS4654

L4654N N4654N NT4654N

AM5834

HD4654 HC4654 HS4654

L4654N N4654N NT4654N

AM5834

Scenario control

2/3 module Soft Touch control

HD4653M2 HD4653M3 HC4653/2 HC4653/3 HS4653/2 HS4653/3

HD4653M2 HD4653M3 HC4653/2 HC4653/3 HS4653/2 HS4653/3

3/4 module Nighter and Whice controls

HD4657M3 HD4657M4 HC4657M3 HC4657M4 HS4657M3 HS4657M4 H4684 L4684 AM5864

HD4657M3 HD4657M4 HC4657M3 HC4657M4 HS4657M3 HS4657M4 H4684 L4684 AM5864

Touch Screen - Local display

* To be completed with key cover

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MaNaGeMeNT of aUToMaTIsMs (e.G. CURTaINs aNd shUTTeRs) lIVING/ lIGhT/ lIGhT TeCh
L4652/2 L4652/3 AM5832/2 AM5832/3

sCeNaRIo MaNaGeMeNT UsING f420 aNd Mh200N

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aXolUTe
H4652/2 H4652/3

MTIX

aXolUTe

lIVING/ lIGhT/ lIGhT TeCh

MTIX

H4651M2

L4651M2

AM5831M2

H4651M2

L4651M2

AM5831M2

HD4654 HC4654 HS4654

L4654N N4654N NT4654N

AM5834

HD4654 HC4654 HS4654

L4654N N4654N NT4654N

AM5834

HD4680 HC4680 HS4680

L4680 N4680 NT4680

HD4653M2 HD4653M3 HC4653/2 HC4653/3 HS4653/2 HS4653/3 HD4657M3 HD4657M4 HC4657M3 HC4657M4 HS4657M3 HS4657M4 H4684 L4684 AM5864 HD4657M3 HD4657M4 HC4657M3 HC4657M4 HS4657M3 HS4657M4 H4684 HD4685 HC4685 HS4685 L4684 L4685 N4685 NT4685 AM5864

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Actuator devices
These devices execute direct controls and control the connected load in the same way as an electromechanical relay. For this reason, they must be connected to the BUS cable using the removable terminals as well as to the 230V a.c. supply line of the load. There are different types of actuators: they can differ by shape, size, installation features and by their controlled power. The range includes: Flush mounted two module actuators; Basic modularity actuators with reduced profile; module actuators. DiN
Example of installation of a flush mounted actuator (with 2 interlocked relays) for the control of the shutters.

flush-Mounting ActuAtor with 2 Modules


They are available with 1 and 2 interlocked relays: control for 1 single load (lamp or motor) or 1 double load (motor for shutters). These actuators can be advantageously used as a control point, as they are provided with control pushbuttons at the front side operated by key covers.
automazione

Shutters up-down

TV/SAT
di usione sonora

antifur

Upper pushbutton Lower pushbutton LED

Control key

Control key

Key cover 1 function 2 modules

Key cover 2 functions 2 modules

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NOTE: the control keys are supplied with the device as standard.

BAsic Module ActuAtor


Basic actuators are characterized by extremely compact dimensions: width = 40.5 mm, height = 40.5 mm, depth = 18 mm. These dimensions allow the actuators to be installed in junction boxes or inside the load to be controlled (for example in the bowl of a chandelier, in the structure of a lampstand, etc.). it is also possible to place the control for two light points with their Basic actuators in a 503E box; the installation can otherwise be achieved with a 504E box or by finding new spaces for the positioning of the actuators.

Basic module actuator

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Example of installation in flush mounted box Box Side-by-side Basic items

Input for traditional devices BUS BUS

Support

Control

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Actuator devices: controls/key covers quick matching guide


KeY-CoVeRs WIThoUT sIlK-sCReeN PRINTING
1 function

aXolUTe 2 ModUles
2 functions

lIVING / lIGhT / lIGhT TeCh 2 ModUles


1 function 2 functions

aCTUaToRs

Actuator with 1 relay

H4671/1 L4671/1 AM5851/1

HD4915M2 HC4915/2 HS4915/2

HD4911M2 HC4911/2 HS4911/2

L4915/2 L4915/2M NT4915/2M

L4911/2 N4915/2M NT4915/2M

Actuator with 2 interlocked relays

H4671/1 L4671/1 AM5851/1

HD4911M2 HC4911/2 HS4911/2

L4911/2 N4915/2M NT4915/2M

HD = WHITE, HC = TECH, HS = ANTHRACITE, L = LIVING, N = LIGHT, NT = LIGHT TECH

Dimmer actuator

H4678 L4678

HD4915M2 HC4915/2 HS4915/2

HD4911M2 HC4911/2 HS4911/2

L4915/2 N4915/2M NT4915/2M

L4911/2 N4915/2M NT4915/2M

KeY-CoVeRs WITh sIlK-sCReeN PRINTING


1 function

aXolUTe 2 ModUles
2 functions

lIVING / lIGhT / lIGhT TeCh 2 ModUles


1 function 2 functions

aCTUaToRs

Actuator with 1 relay

H4671/1 L4671/1 AM5851/1

HD4915M2... HC4915/2... HS4915/2...

HD4911M2... HC4911/2... HS4911/2...

L4915/2... L4915/2... NT4915/2...

L4911/2... N4915/2... NT4915/2...

Actuator with 2 interlocked relays

H4671/1 L4671/1 AM5851/1

HD4911M2... HC4911/2... HS4911/2...

L4911/2... N4915/2... NT4915/2...

HD = WHITE, HC = TECH, HS = ANTHRACITE, L = LIVING, N = LIGHT, NT = LIGHT TECH * Complete the Key cover code with the letters corresponding to the required screen printing (see table).

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Dimmer actuator

H4678 L4678

HD4915M2... HC4915/2... HS4915/2...

HD4911M2... HC4911/2... HS4911/2...

L4915/2... N4915/2... NT4915/2...

L4911/2... N4915/2... NT4915/2...

MTIX 2 ModUles
1 function 2 functions

seleCTIoN of KeY CoVeRs WITh sIlK-sCReeN PRINTING aXolUTe lIVING MTIX lIGhT lIGhT TeCh sIlK-sCReeN PRINTING
1 function

sIlK-sCReeN PRINTING desCRIPTIoN

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AA AM5911/2 AM5911/2 AB AC AD AM5911/2 BA BB BC BD BE BF BG 1)

AAM ABM ACM ADM BAM BBM BCM BDM BEM BFM BGM BHM 2 functions

OFF ON GEN DIMMER LIGHT BELL EXHAUST FAN KEY TREBLE CLEF NURSE ROOM ALARMS

MTIX 2 ModUles
1 function 2 functions AF AFM BH

ON/OFF/GEN

AM5915/2...

AM5911/2...

AG

AGM

ON/OFF

AH

AHM

UP DOWN

AM5911/2...

AI

AIM

ON/OFF DIMMER

BA 1) BC 1) BE 1) BF 2)

BAM BCM BEM BFM

LIGHT EXHAUST FAN TREBLE CLEF SOUND SYSTEM FUNCTION

1) Key cover not available for the MTIX series 2) Key cover not available for the 1 and 2 module AXOLUTE series, and for the 2 module MTIX, LIVING, LIGHT, LIGHT TECH series

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Actuator devices
din Moduel ActuAtors
These devices are suitable for centralised installations in boards and switchboards (2 DiN modules). Available in versions with 1, 2 and 4 relays for controlling single loads or double loads (motor for shutters); these devices are also provided with load control keys for carrying out an operational test. These actuators are characterised by having the advantage of removing the rear DiN adapter and the front cover so as to reduce the overall dimensions, thus allowing them to be installed in raceways, junction boxes, false ceilings, boxes for rolling shutters, etc. With centralised installations, for example, DiN switchboards E215/..., MULTiBOX or with the innovative installation solution MY HOME FLATWALL*, the DiN adapter and the front cover enable you to align the profile of the adapter to that of the other DiN modular devices.
DIN actuator for installation in switchboards Load connection terminals Switchboard installation example

Load control pushbutton Example of installation inside a junction box Configurator housing

Removable adapter for installation on DIN rail in switchboards

Removable front cover

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new 230 vAc ActuAtors And diMMers


New actuators and dimmers, part of the Lighting Management offer range, which thanks to the 230 Vac power supply provide control of the load connected even when no power is received from the BUS. in this case, control is ensured using the keys found on the device itself; they also absorb an extremely limited amount of current from the power supply of the BUS, and therefore only have a marginal impact on the maximum number of devices that may be installed on the BUS itself. The catalogue offers actuators in the 1, 2, and 4 relay versions with independent outputs for lighting devices only; The 230 Vac power supply enables zero crossing and allows them to be particularly suitable for the management of the new energy saving lamps, such as compact fluorescent lamps and LED lamps. There are also dimmers with 0/10 V output, and two new multi load dimmers with 1 or 2 outputs, which can control any type of load (with the exception of compact fluorescent and LED lamps), and which enable the user to install the dimmer on the system, postponing the selection of the lamp to a later date.
Flush mounted actuator Multi load dimmer actuator in DIN module with one output F416U1

4 relay actuator in DIN module BMSW1003

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new ActuAtors
Some devices of the Energy Management offer may also be used in the automation system. DIN actuators: Two actuator devices capable of performing both energy management and automation functions; one in the basic version and one fitted with an integrated current sensor for the measurement of the consumption of the controlled load (instantaneous consumption and 2 energy totalizers that can be reset independently). Configured in automation mode, they enable performing all the operations available on the Control devices, with the exception of the management of the shutters. The connection with the 230 Vac enables zero crossing, which makes the devices compatible with the new energy saving lamps (compact fluorescent and LED). Flush mounted actuator: Actuator conceived for installation in Living, Light, Light Tech and Axolute flush mounted supports, intended for the automation and/or energy management functions.
DIN actuator

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Actuator devices
ActuAtor selection BAsed on the function to Be MAnAged
oN/off lIGhTING aNd loads TYPe of aCTUaToR

aXolUTe
Flush mounted 2 module (*) 1 relay actuator H4671/1 L4671/1

lIVING/lIGhT/ lIGhT TeCh

MTIX
AM5851/1

Flush mounted 2 MODULE (*) 2 relay actuator

Flush mounted 2 MODULE (*) dimmer actuator

Basic actuator

3475

Basic Actuator/Control

3476

1, 2, 4 relay DIN actuators

F411/1N (1 relay) F411/2 (2 independent relays) F411/4 (4 independent relays with one common clamp) F411/1NC F411/2NC BMSW1001 BMSW1002 BMSW1003

DIN Dimmer actuators

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* To be completed with key cover

lIGhTING WITh adJUsTMeNT (dIMMeR) lIVING/lIGhT/ lIGhT TeCh

MaNaGeMeNT of aUToMaTIsMs (e.G. CURTaINs aNd shUTTeRs)

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aXolUTe

MTIX

aXolUTe

lIVING/ lIGhT/ lIGhT TeCh

MTIX

H4671/2

L4671/2

AM5851/2

H4678

L4678

F411/1N (1 relay - e.g.to control a solenoid valve) -) F411/2 (2 relays - ex. for 230 Vac motors -) F411/4 (4 independent relays with one common clamp)

F413N (for electronic ballasts and LED lamps) F414 (for 60 - 1000 VA resistive loads and ferromagnetic transformers) F415 (for 60 - 400 VA Electronic transformers) F416U1 F417U2 BMDI1001

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Actuator devices: selection of the actuators depending on the type of load


The table allows identification of the actuator device depending on what it is to be used for, the electrical features of the load to be controlled and the installation features.
Table of The loads
Actuators Power supply/ frequency Controllable loads

Energy saving Resistive loads incandescent and halogen lamps


A PL M G1 G2

Linear fluorescent Compact Electronic lamps 1) fluorescent lamps transformers 40 W 1 lamp maximum -

Ferromagnetic transformers 2) 2 A cos0.5 500 VA

Reducer motor for shutters 3) -

3475 3476

27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz 2 A 500 W

2A 500 W

L1
F411/1N

3 2

27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz 10 A 2300 W

16 A 3500 W

4A 1000 W

500 W 4A 10 lamps maximum 1000 W

4 A cos0.5 1000 VA

F411/2

27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz 6 A 1400 W

10 A 2300 W

1A 250 W

250 W 1A 4 lamps maximum 250 W

2 A cos0.5 500 VA

2A 500 W

1
F411/4
1

3
27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz 2 A 500 W 6A 1400 W 0.3 A 70 W 70 W 0.3 A 2 lamps maximum 70 W 2 A cos0.5 500 VA 2A 500 W

F413N

27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz -

2.5 A 550 W 4) MAX. 10 ballast type T5, T8, compact or driver for LED 0.65 A 150 W -

F414 F415 H/L4671/1 AM5851/1

27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz 0.25 - 4 A 60 - 1000 W 27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz L

0.25 - 4 A 60 - 1000 W 6A 1400 W

0.25 - 1.7A 60 - 400 VA

0.25 - 4 A 60 - 1000 VA 2 A cos0.5 500 VA

A PL M G1 G2

27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz 6 A 1400 W

150 W 0.65 A 3 lamps maximum 150 W

L1

NO

H/L4671/2 AM5851/2
A PL M G

27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz NO NO

2A 500 W

C NO

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Actuators Power supply/ frequency Controllable loads

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F411/1NC

1 2

27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz

Energy saving incandescent and halogen lamps 10 A 2300 W

Resistive loads 16 A 3500 W

Linear fluorescent lamps 1) 4A 1000 W

Compact fluorescent lamps 500 W 10 lamps maximum

Electronic transformers 4A 1000 W

Ferromagnetic transformers 2) 4 A cos0.5 1000 VA

Reducer motor for shutters 3) -

F411/2 NC

27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz

6A 1400 W

6A 1400 W

0,65 A 150 W

250 W 0.65 A 4 lamps maximum 150 W

1 A cos0.5

1
H/L4678 F522

3
27 Vdc @ 50/60 Hz 27Vdc@50/60 Hz 0.25 - 1.35 A 60 - 300 W 10 A/ 2300 W 10 A/ 2300 W 10 A/ 2300 W 4.3 A 1000 W 1.7 A 400 W 2.5 A 550 W 4) MAX. 10 ballast type T5, T8, compact or driver for LED 4.3 A 10X(2X36W) 4.3 A 10X(2X36W) 4.3 A 10X(2X36W) 0.25 - 1.35 A 60 - 300 W 16 A/ 3500 W 16 A/ 3500 W 16 A/ 3500 W 4 A/ 1000W 4 A/ 1000W 4 A/ 1000W 4A 500 W 10 lamps maximum 4A 500 W 10 lamps maximum 500 W 10 lamps maximum 4 A/ 1000 W 4 A/ 1000 W 4 A/ 1000 W 4.3 A 1000 W 1.7 A 400 W 0.25 - 1.35 A 60 - 300 W 4 A cos0.5/ 1000 VA 4 A cos0.5/ 1000 VA 4 A cos0.5/ 1000 VA 4.3 A 1000 VA 1.7 A 400 VA -

F523

27Vdc@50/60 Hz

HD/HC/HS/L/N/NT4672N F416U1 F417U2 BMDI1001

27Vdc@50/60 Hz 100-240 Vac @ 50/60 Hz 100-240 Vac @ 50/60 Hz 100-240 Vac @ 50/60 Hz

BMSW1001 BMSW1002 BMSW1003

100-240 Vac @ 50/60 Hz 100-240 Vac @ 50/60 Hz 100-240 Vac @ 50/60 Hz

16 A 3680 W 16 A 3680 W 16 A 3680 W

5A 1150 W 5A 1150 W 5A 1150 W

16 A 3680 W 16 A 3680 W 16 A 3680 W

16 A 3680 VA 16 A 3680 VA 16 A 3680 VA

no no no

Notes: 1) fluorescent lamps with corrected power factor, energy saving lamps, discharge lamps. 2) it is necessary to consider the eciency of the transformer in order to calculate the effective power of the actuator load. For instance, if you connect a dimmer to a 100VA ferromagnetic transformer with eciency 0.8, the effective power of the load will be 125VA. The transformer must be loaded at its rated power and, in any case, never below 90% of that power. It is recommended to use one transformer rather than several transformers in parallel. For instance, it is preferred to use one 250VA transformer with 5 50W spotlights connected rather than 5 50VA transformers in parallel, each with a 50W spotlight. symbol shown of the actuators refers to a reducer motor for shutters. 3) the 4) only compatible with the selected lamps with Ballast 1/10 V.

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Interfaces
CONTACT INTERFACE IN DIN MODULE
With this device it is possible to connect traditional devices to the BUS, such as switches and pushbuttons, thus extending the use of the BUS to traditional pre-existing systems. It is also possible to interface thermostats, control devices, humidity detectors, wind detectors etc.

CONTACT INTERFACE IN BASIC MODULE


The essential feature of this device, due to the reduced overall dimensions, is the rear-device installation mode. As a result, it is possible to install the interface in a 503E box right behind the traditional devices (e.g. switch, pushbutton) or behind electronic shallow devices (e.g. controls, detectors). It is also possible to interface thermostats, humidity detectors, wind detectors etc. This installation solution simplifies the conversion of traditional electric systems into home

DIN module contact interface

automation systems, as it makes it possible to keep the existing flush mounted boxes, without the need for masonry work.

Basic module contact interface

External devices

Prestige switch (reuse of historical devices)

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Wire Automation extension with radio devices


The wired automation system described in the previous pages can be expanded at any time by extending the wiring or adding new devices. However, this is not always easy to do; in some buildings, either historic and/or valuable buildings, the extension of the system entails unavoidable and costly interventions on the building work. To avoid the above inconveniences, particular radio devices may be used (controls and actuators), which give the possibility of adding new command and control points for the users, in positions that cannot be reached by the BUS wiring. The logic connection
Practical example of a wire system with the addition of a radio control

among these devices and those in the BUS wiring is performed wirelessly from two special interfaces connected to the BUS: receiving interface, for the a control of any actuator of the wired system using a radio control; transmitting interface for the a control of any radio actuators using a wired system control. The integration between the two technologies, radio and wired, enables therefore the installer to select each time the best solution that meets the requirements of the customer, both in terms of functionality, and in relation to the homes.

This solution can also be extended, with some advantages, to new buildings; for example in offices

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with moving walls it may be useful to include in the system the wired actuators in the false ceiling, and use the radio controls to easily move the walls to change the layout of buildings and furniture.

Radio control

Radio receiving interface

Radio actuator

Power cable

Power cable and Automation BUS

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Wire Automation extension with radio devices


wire/rAdio eXtension Mode
1. Addition of one or more radio control points This is done by installing a receiving interface in the BUS wire system by means of which one or more wire devices (actuators, module scenarios etc.) can be managed with radio controls. This mode is useful whenever one wants to add not originally planned control points to the existing system or to manage a new system from positions which the BUS cannot reach.

1 Extension of wire system with bus to control the rolling shutter with radio control and with a convenient remote control.

Extra radio control for rolling shutter


Light control Existing rolling shutter control

Power supply

Radio receiving interface


230 Vac Light actuator Shutter actuator
TV/SAT
IPTV

TV/SAT

IPTV

TV/SAT

IPTV

automazione

di usione sonora

antifurto

termoregolazione

videocitofonia

controllo

lan

controllo carichi

energia

luci

tvcc

www

irrigazione

TV/SAT

IPTV

antifurto

termoregolazione

videocitofonia

controllo

lan

controllo carichi

energia

luci

tvcc

www

irrigazione

Light

Shutters

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Radio remote control

2. Addition of one or more radio actuators This is done by installing a transmitting interface in the BUS system by means of which one or more radio actuators can be managed with wire devices.

This mode is useful whenever one wants to add not originally planned actuators to the existing system or to manage users with a new system by means of actuators situated in positions which the BUS cannot reach.

3. Addition of actuators and radio controls

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The wire system can be extended using actuators and radio controls at the same time. in this case just one receiving interface and one transmitting interface are installed in the bus suitably configured in physical expansion mode.

2 Extension of wire system with bus to control a radio actuator to manage a new lamp

Light control

Shutter control

Power supply

Radio transmitting interface


230 Vac Light actuator Shutter actuator
TV/SAT
IPTV

TV/SAT

IPTV

TV/SAT

IPTV

automazione

di usione sonora

antifurto

termoregolazione

videocitofonia

controllo

lan

controllo carichi

energia

luci

tvcc

www

TV/SAT

IPTV

sonora

antifurto

termoregolazione

videocitofonia

controllo

lan

controllo carichi

energia

luci

tvcc

www

irrigazione

Light

Shutters

Attuatore radio aggiuntivo per nuova lampada

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Wire Automation extension with radio devices


control devices
Wall-mounting or flush-mounting flat control These devices are completed with special AXOLUTE, LiViNG, LiGHT or LiGHT TECH key covers and cover plates. Three versions are available: at radio control powered by a fl 3V lithium battery, characterised by a reduced thickness of only 13 mm and provided with a support for installations on walls made of glass, wood or stone with doublesided adhesive tape or with screws or screw anchors; at radio control without battery, fl fitted with a piezoelectric generator; at radio control set up for being fl flush mounted with common support. Remote control 4 channels Original in appearance, this remote control is a transmitting radio device which can manage the MY HOME functions if used with receiving radio interface. The remote control has 4 keys, the same as the number of radio channels available. Remote control 6 channels The remote control allows to control all the functions of a MY HOME system with the receiver interface. This item is set up for being used by disabled people as it has been designed in collaboration with the iNAiL Centro Protesi (Prosthesis Center).
Remote control 4 channels Flush mounted control Flat control

Remote control 6 channels

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rAdio controls - functions perforMed And Mode of interfAcing with the wire AutoMAtion systeM
MaIN fUNCTIoNs
Radio remote control 3528 R Remote scenarios P Scenario programmer 3527 R HC/HS4575 L/N/ NT4575N Remote scenarios M=68 (1) Self-learning (2) M=CEN M=68 (1) ON/OFF lights with dimmer UP/DOWN shutters Video door entry system (4) Sound system management Call (R) Scenario or Programming (P) CEN control (5) Auxiliary channels Radio interface Interface functioning mode Self-learning (2) Interface mode configuration M=0

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M=0

Scenario programmer H/L4572PI HA/HB/L4572 R Physical expansion (3)

M=CEN

M=1

HA/HB/L4572SB R

Self-learning (2)

SPE=0

Automation

SPE=1

HC/HS4575SB L/N/ NT4575SB

Remote scenarios

SPE=6

Sound system

SPE=8

Video door entry system

SPE=9

Notes: (1) Correspondence between the radio control pushbuttons and the scenarios saved (item F420). See Configuration section for details (2) Mode which associates a function performed by the control or system actuator to each pushbutton (3) Extension of the wire system with radio controls (4) Electric door lock, staircase lights, call to the floor, self-switching ON and cycle camera control. The last 2 functions are only available with video modulator item F442. (5) Control to manage the scenario programmer item MH200.

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Wire Automation extension with radio devices


ActuAtors
The catalogue has various types of actuators directly supplied by the 230V a.c. power line connected to the load to be controlled. Depending on the type of load to control and on the type of installation, it is possible to choose the following devices: ush mounted; fl Basic module; module; DiN mobile type, in an enclosure with plug and socket for mobile loads (e.g. floor lamps).
Mobile radio actuator Basic actuators

DIN actuator

Box

Support

Blanking module

Flush mounted radio actuator

Cover plate

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overview of the ActuAtors


This table lists the radio actuators divided by type of use.
oN/off lIGhTING aNd loads INsTallaTIoN Mode
AXOLUTE Flush mounted. To be completed with key cover. Radio actuator with 2 relays H4573/2 L4573/2 LIVING/ LIGHT/ LIGHT TECH H4573/2

CURTaIN aNd shUTTeR MaNaGeMeNT


AXOLUTE L4573/2 LIVING/ LIGHT/ LIGHT TECH

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Flush mounted. To be completed with key cover. Radio actuator with 1 relay

H4574

L4574

Flush mounted

3470

Basic radio actuator In an electric system socket, mobile

3526 3526/10 3526/16

Mobile radio actuator In DIN switchboard

F470/1 F470/2

F470/2

Radio actuator

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Selection of the radio actuators


The table allows identification of the actuator device depending on what it is to be used for, the electrical features of the load to be controlled and the installation features.

Table of The loads


Actuators Power supply frequency Controllable loads

Energy saving incandescent and halogen lamps


A PL M G1 G2

Resistive loads

Linear fluorescent lamps 1) -

Electronic transformers -

Ferromagnetic transformers 2)

Reducer motor for shutters 3) -

3470

50 Hz

2A 500 W

2A 500 W

2 A cos0.5 500 VA

L1
3526

50 Hz

10 A 2300 W

16 A 3500 W

4A 1000 W

4A 1000 W

4 A cos0.5 1000 VA

NO
3526/10

50 Hz

10 A 2300 W

10 A 2300 W

4A 1000 W

4A 1000 W

4 A cos0.5 1000 VA

NO
3526/16

50 Hz

10 A 2300 W

16 A 3500 W

4A 1000 W

4A 1000 W

4 A cos0.5 1000 VA

NO

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Table of The loads


Actuators Power supply frequency Controllable loads

Energy saving incandescent and halogen lamps

Resistive loads

Linear fluorescent lamps 1)

Electronic transformers

Ferromagnetic transformers 2)

Reducer motor for shutters 3)

F470/1

50 Hz

6A 1400 W

10 A 2300 W

1A 230 W

1A 230 W

2 A cos0.5 500 VA

F470/2

50 Hz

2A 500 W

6A 1400 W

0.3 A 70 W

0.3 A 70 W

2 A cos0.5 500 VA

2A 500 W

1
50 Hz

H/L4573/2

2A 500 W

2A 500 W

2 A cos0.5 500 VA

2A 500 W

C1 C2

H/L4574

50 Hz

0.2 2 A 50 500 W

0.2 2 A 50 500W

0.05 0.3A 12 70W

0.05 0.3 A 12 70 W

0.2 2 A cos0.5 50 500 VA

C1 C2

Notes: 1) fluorescent lamps with corrected power factor, energy saving lamps, discharge lamps. 2) it is necessary to consider the eciency of the transformer in order to calculate the effective power of the actuator load. For instance, if you connect a dimmer to a 100 Va ferromagnetic transformer with eciency 0.8, the effective power of the load will be 125 Va. The transformer must be loaded at its rated power and, in any case, never below 90% of that power. It is recommended to use one transformer rather than several transformers in parallel. For instance, it is preferred to use one 250 Va transformer with 5 50 W spotlights connected rather than 5 50 Va transformers in parallel, each with a 50 W spotlight. 3) the symbol shown on the actuators refers to a reducer motor for shutters.

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General concepts
This chapter describes the general concepts for the physical and virtual configuration of the MY HOME automation devices. For each item, the Technical Sheets chapter describes the functions that can be realised depending on the configurators used.

ActuAtor Address physicAl configurAtion


The address of each actuator is defined uniquely by assigning the numeric configurators 1 to 9 in positions A (Room) and PL (Light Point inside the Room). A maximum of 9 addresses can be defined for each room; a maximum of 9 rooms can be defined in a system. The group of belonging is defined by inserting a third numeric configurator in the housing identified with G (Group). Some actuators have several G Example: The actuator configured with A = 1, PL = 3 and G = 4 is device 3 of room 1 belonging to group 4. positions (G1, G2 and G3) as they can belong to several different groups at the same time.

ActuAtors: Address And type of control


To understand the addressing logical it is useful to define some terms which will occur frequently in this guide. Room (A) Set of devices belonging to a logical area (in a home, for example, the living room, the bedroom, etc.). Light Point (PL) Numeric identification of the single actuators inside the Room. Group (G) Set of devices also belonging to different rooms but which must be controlled at the same time (e.g. the rolling shutters of the North side of the home, the lighting of the day area, etc.).

Physical Configuration
ROOM 9
A =9 PL = 1 A =9 PL = 2 A =9 PL = 2 A =9 PL = 9

A =9 PL = 1

A =9 PL = 2

A =9 PL = 9

ROOM... ROOM 2 ROOM 1


A =1 PL = 1 A =1 PL = 1 A =1 PL = 2 A =1 PL = 9

19

A =1 PL = 1

A =1 PL = 2

A =0 PL = 9

19

A = GR PL = 1

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GRoUP 1

19

GRoUP 9

ActuAtor Address virtuAl configurAtion


A maximum of 16 addresses can be defined for each room(PL=0-15); a maximum of 16 rooms can be defined in a system. (A=0 -10).

logicAl eXtension
For special applications such as extended systems in houses or

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service/industrial rooms, where the use of many devices may exceed the configuration limits mentioned above, interface item F422 can be used, configured in the logical expansion mode. This mode can make an extended system made up of several individual systems (see General rules for installation section).

Virtual configuration
ROOM 10
A = 10 PL = 0 A = 10 PL = 1 A = 10 PL = 1 A = 10 PL = 15

A = 10 PL = 0

A = 10 PL = 1

A = 10 PL = 15

ROOM ... ROOM 1 ROOM 0


A =0 PL = 1 A =0 PL = 1 A =0 PL = 2 A =0 PL = 15

0 15

A =0 PL = 1

A =0 PL = 2

A =0 PL = 15

1 15

A = GR PL = 1

GRoUP 1

1 255

GRoUP 255

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

Mode for addressing the devices using the Physical Configuration


TYPe of CoNTRol CoNTRol deVICe
configurator socket Point-point Room Group General A PL A PL A PL A PL value of the configurator 1-9 1-9 AMB 1-9 GR 1-9 GEN -

Mode for addressing the devices using the Virtual Configuration


TYPe of CoNTRol CoNTRol deVICe
Configurable address Point-point Room Group General A PL A PL A PL A PL Configuration 0-10 0-15 AMB 0-10 GR 1-255 GEN -

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eXAMples of configurAtion
Point-point control if the No. 3 control is configured with A = 2 and PL = 3, this device sends the control to the actuator identified with A = 2 and PL = 3.
PoINT-PoINT CoNTRol 1 2 3 4 RooM CoNTRols 5 6 GRoUP CoNTRols GeNeRal CoNTRols 9

Group control if the No. 7 control is configured with A = GR and PL = 1, this device sends the control to the actuator identified with G = 1 (thus belonging

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to group 1).

A = 1 PL = 1

A = 1 PL = 2

A = 1 PL = 3

A = 2 PL = 1

A = AMB PL = 1

A = AMB PL = 2

A = GR PL = 1

A = GR PL = 2

A = GEN PL =

BUS actuators
A = 1 PL = 1 G = 1 A = 1 PL = 2 G = 1 A = 1 PL = 3 G = 2 A = 2 PL = 1 G = 2 A = 2 PL = 2 G = 1 A = 2 PL = 3 G = 1

= Point-point control = Group control

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Addressing levels
For a better understanding of the concepts described in the previous page, the four addressing modes are described below. The control devices (senders) can activate the actuators (receivers) with the following modes.
A = 1 PL = 1 A = 1 PL = 2 A = 1 PL = 3 A = 2 PL = 1 A = 2 PL = 2 A = 2 PL = 3

Example: control for a single load (lamp, fan, rolling shutter, etc.)
RooM 1 RooM 2

point-point control
TV/SAT TV/SAT IPTV Direct control to one actuator TV/SAT IPTV
IPTV

TV/SAT

TV/SAT IPTV

IPTV

identified by a room number and a light point number.


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

Control device: Actuator:

A = n* A = n*

PL = n* PL = n*

rooM control
Direct control to all the actuators identified by the same room number.
RooM 1 RooM 2 Example: control for all the lamps of a room

A = 1 PL = 1

A = 1 PL = 2

A = 1 PL = 3

A = 2 PL = 1

A = 2 PL = 2

A = 2 PL = 3

A = 1 PL = 1

A = 1 PL = 2

A = 1 PL = 3

A = 2 PL = 1

A = 2 PL = 2

A = 2 PL = 3

A = AMB PL = 1

A = AMB PL = 2

Control device:

A = AMB PL = n* A = n* PL = n*

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n* = any numeric configurator from 1 to 9

Actuator:

group control
Direct control to all the actuators which perform particular functions

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even if they belong to different rooms and are identified by the same group number.
Example: control of all the lamps of a floor, on the North side of the building

RooM 1

RooM 2

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

A = GR PL = 2

A =1 PL = 1 G =1

A =1 PL = 2 G =1

A =1 PL = 3 G =2

A =2 PL = 1 G =2

A =2 PL = 2 G =1

A =2 PL = 3 G =1

A = AMB PL = 1

A = AMB PL = 2

Control device: Actuator:

A = GR A = n*

PL = n* PL = n* G = n*

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Addressing levels
generAl control
Direct control to all the system actuators
Example: control of all the lamps of the building RooM 1 RooM 2

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

A = 1 PL = 2

A = 1 PL = 3

A = 2 PL = 1

A = 2 PL = 2

A = 2 PL = 3

A = GR PL = 2

A =1 PL = 1 G =1

A =1 PL = 2 G =1

A =1 PL = 3 G =2

A =2 PL = 1 G =2

A =2 PL = 2 G =1

A =2 PL = 3 G =1

A = GEN PL = -

A = AMB PL = 1

A = AMB PL = 2

Control device: Actuator:

A = GEN PL = / A = n* PL = n* G = n* n* = any numeric configurator from 1 to 9

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Main operating modes


The devices in the automation system can perform different functions, such as setting the brightness, switching lamps on/off or opening/closing rolling shutters. The function performed, i.e. what the device must do, is defined by putting configurators into the housings marked with M of the control devices and completing the devices with keys and key covers (if the devices are flush mounted). The table below lists the various operating modes as a function of the configurator and type

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of key cover used in the device.

CONTROL TABLE
Key covers 1 function
M M
M

Con gurator value (M)

Function performed Cyclical ON-OFF control Repeatedly pressing the relay actuators device key cover, ON and OFF controls will be sent in a cyclical way. M M With dimmer actuators, keep the pushbutton pressed to adjust the load power.
M M
M M

M M

no con gurator
M
ON

14

M
M M

M SPE

18 18 ON

M M M

14 14 14

ON ON

18 ON control M 18 SPE When M pressing theMcorresponding key cover, the device sends the ON control.

M SPE M SPE

18 18 18 18

OFF

con gurator ON
M M M
M
18 OFF

M
M
14

ON

OFF OFF
SLA

OFF control 18 18 18 When pressing the corresponding key cover, the device sends the OFF control. M
18

M M SPE

18

O/I

M
OFF

SLA SL 18A

O con Mgurator / I OFF

M M

M M

O/I O/I

M M

PUL

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

PUL PUL PUL

con MMgurator PUL


O/I

M M

SLA

2 FUNCTION

Bistable control with hold (UP-DOWN for rolling shutters) M PUL Pressing the key cover (lower or upper) sends the UP-DOWN control to the rolling shutter motor. After the control has been sent, press the lower or upper key cover again, to stop the rolling shutter in the required position.
M

con M gurator
ON

14

M SPE

18 18

Monostable control (UP-DOWN for rolling shutters) The device sends an UP-DOWN control for a rolling shutter motor as long as the lower or upper key cover is pressed. When the key cover is released, the motor STOPS.
M
18

OFF

con gurator
M
ON

M
M

14

M SPE

18 18

O/I

ON/OFF control Used with relay actuators, when the upper key cover is pressed the device sends an ON control; when the lower key cover is pressed the device sends an OFF control.With dimmer actuators, pressing the upper and lower key cover adjusts the load power.
SLA PUL

OFF

con gurator O/I


M

18

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M
SLA

O/I

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Main operating modes


cen operating Mode
This particular mode is used to manage scenario programmer devices item MH200N. As described in the pages of this guide, the device can manage even complex scenarios activated automatically after events in the system or manually by pressing a key of a control device configured
Type of control Special control H/L4651M2 and AM5831M2

with the CEN configurator in the M position. The key (upper or lower) of the control device and the scenario to be activated are linked through the TiMH200 program written to create the scenarios and then saving them in the MH200N device. For example, two independent scenarios can be activated using the special control H/L4651M2,
Configuration A=09; PL=09; M=CEN; LIV1/AUX=0; LIV2=0; SPE=0; I=0

AM5831M2, by pressing the T1 (upper) and T2 (lower) pushbuttons. For the correspondence between the control keys and the scenarios to activate see the table:

Identification of scenario activation keys

T1

Basic control for 2 independent loads H/L4652/2 and AM5832/2

A1=09; PL1=09; M1=CEN; A2=0; PL2=0; M2=0

T2 T1

A1=09; PL1=09; M1=CEN; A2=0; PL2=0; M2=CEN

T2 T1 T2

Basic control for 3 independent loads H/L4652/3 and AM5832/3

A1=09; PL1=09; A2=0; PL2=0; A3=0; PL3=0; M=CEN

T3 T4 T1 T2 T3

M
M

M
M

T4 T5 T6

Main actuator operating Modes


The actuators can be configured for the following operating modes:
M
M
14
14

Configurator value (M)

M SPE M SPE

18 18 18 18

ACTUATOR TABLE
Function performed Special functions This mode can perform special functions (OFF delayed, STOP timed) on the basis of the type of actuator used (single or double) and the numeric configurator inserted.

ON

M M
M

14
18
18

M SPE

18 18

configurator 14
M

OFF

M
M

SLA
SLA

18

Slave This mode can perform a control with two or more actuators. In practice the actuators with the SLA (Slave) configurator repeat the function performed by another actuator which acts as Master. The actuators must have the same addresses and must be of the same type (either all light actuators or all rolling shutter actuators).

configurator SLA
O/I

M
M

M
PUL
PUL

SLA

PUL The device does not operate with the Room and General controls.

configurator PUL

100

PUL

Examples of configuration
The drawing shows a system for the management of three lamps and three shutters. Each actuator is identified by three numbers: Room number (A), device progressive number (PL for light actuators and PL1 and PL2 for shutter actuators) and Group (G) of belonging. Group control Group control 7 marked with A=GR and PL=1, controls actuators 1 and 2 marked with G=1 General control The devices identified A=GEN and PL= - (no configurator) send a general control to all the actuators, for the lights and for the shutters, in the system. NOTE: The actuators which manage the shutters, unlike those for the lights, are configured in the same way in the two positions PL1 and PL2. The configurators The control devices are instead distinguished from the configurators in positions A and PL which specify the addresses of the actuators receiving the control (one only, a and M in position M instead specify a control to manage the rolling shutters intended for actuators 4, 5 and 6. group or several room actuators) and from the configurators in position M to define the function (ON/OFF or

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ON/DOWN).

control operAting Mode


The configurator inserted in position M of each control device identifies the operating mode. The O/i configurator specifies a lamp switching on control which is given by pressing the upper key cover (ON) and the lower key cover (OFF).

defining the Addresses


Point-point control Control 1 (A = 1, PL = 1) controls actuators 1 (A = 1, PL = 1 and G = 1). in the same way control 2 (A = 1, PL = 2) controls actuator 2 (A = 1, PL = 2 and G = 1) etc.. Room control Room control 8 (A=AMB, PL=2) controls actuators 4 and 5 marked with A=2

PoINT-PoINT CoNTRol 1 2 3 4 5 6

GRoUP RooM CoNTRols CoNTRols 7 8

GeNeRal CoNTRols 9 10

A =1 PL = 1 M = O/I

A =1 PL = 2 M = O/I

A =1 PL = 3 M = O/I

A =2 PL = 1 M = M

A =2 PL = 2 M = M

A =3 PL = 1 M = M

A = GR PL = 1 M = O/I

A = AMB PL = 2 M = M

A = GEN PL = M = O/I

A = GEN PL = M = M

BUS

1 actuators
A = 1 PL = 1 G = 1

2
A = 1 PL = 2 G = 1

3
A = 1 PL = 3 G = 2

4
A = 2 PL = 1 G = 1

5
A = 2 PL = 2 G = 2

6
A = 3 PL = 1 G = 1

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Maximum distances and absorptions


This chapter outlines the details for ensuring a correct realisation of a MY HOME automation system: classification Selv Maximum distances and absorptions Maximum number of devices which can be configured
1 The connection between the power supply and the furthest away device must not be longer than 250m.
Power supply Device Junction box

For the purpose of the above calculations, refer to the TECHNiCAL DATA shown in the Technical Sheets chapter. When calculating the absorptions, it is also necessary to consider the

availability of current according to the length of the cable. When setting up, please observe the following rules:

selv clAssificAtion
The automation system is SELV (Safety Extra Low Voltage) classified due to the fact that it is powered using double safety insulation independent devices, not connected to the earth, and with maximum operating voltage of 27 Vdc, nonundulated, in accordance with CEi EN 600065. it is therefore comparable to a SELV source as described in point 411.125 of CEi 64-8-4. The conformity to SELV classification is only guaranteed subject to full compliance with current installation regulations, and with the general rules for installation for each single device and cable making up the system recommended by BTicino.

2 The total length of the connections must not be more than 500 metres (extended cable).

Power supply

Device

Junction box

MAXiMuM distAnces of the Bus cABle And ABsorptions


The maximum number of devices that can be connected to the BUS depends on their total absorption and on the distance between the connection point and the power supply. The power supply unit can deliver up to 1200 mA or 600 mA; ihence, the maximum number of devices will be determined by the sum of the absorptions of the single devices you need to install.

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3 For optimum division of the currents on the BUS line power supply should be positioned in the middle.

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ON

ON

OFF

OFF

A B

PRI

A B

E49
PRI: 220 240 V~ 185 175 mA 50/60 Hz SCS: 27 Vdc 600 mA

SCS

E46ADCN
1
1 2 3

E49
2
4 5

5
1

1
2 3

2
4 5

C1

C2

C3

C4

C1

C2

C3

C4

With Power supply E46ADCN: A B = 250 m max = 250 m max

With Power supply E49: A B = 250 m max = 250 m max

A + B = 500 m Maximum current supplied from the power supply 1200 mA.
NOTE: If a UTP5 cable is used instead of a BUS L4669 cable, distances must halved.

A + B = 500 m Maximum current supplied from the power supply 600 mA.

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MAXiMuM distAnces for the connection of ActuAtors depending on the loAd
in order to manage some types of loads correctly, it is necessary to observe the installation specifications for all actuators used. Fluorescent lamps: the length of the connecting cable between the actuator and the load must not be less than 3m. Do not connect more than 15 actuators controlling this type of lamp on the same line. Metallic iodide and sodiumvapor lamps: in addition to the indications given for the fluorescent lamps, please pay attention to the operating instructions of these lamps (for example, avoid switching on when hot), do not connect dimmers to the same line of these lamps, keep the bus line and the power line of these lamps separated from each other (at least 1 metre) Three-phase networks: when using three-phase networks, check the balance of the phases as well as the quality of the network. Non-compliance of the above regulations may affect proper operation of the devices.
PL1 PL2 C A PL1 PL2 M SPE

Example of connection with itemF411/1N


N L

F411/1N

1 2

3
MIN 3 m

L N

C1

Warning: Refer to the technical data shown on the technical sheets for each actuator

Maximum distances for connecting the contact interface 50 m

MAXiMuM distAnce for connecting the contAct interfAce


The connection between the interface (basic or DiN module) and the traditional type device must not exceed 50 metres in length. Several pushbuttons may be connected to the interface inputs.
BUS

Prestige switch (reuse of historical devices)

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ABsorptions, siZe And dissipAtions


Item Description Absorption from Bus (power supply 27 Vcc) 13 mA 13 mA 3.5 mA Size Dissipation Dissipated power Max. load with max. load

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3475 3476 3477 E46ADCN E49 F411/1N 1) F411/2 1) F411/4 1) F412 1) F413N 1) F414 F415 F522 F523 F420 F422 F425 F426 F427 F428 F429 H/L4651M2 AM5831M2 H/L4652/2 AM5832/2 H/L4652/3 AM5832/3 H/L4671/1 AM5851/1 H/L4671/2 AM5851/2 H/L4678 H/L4684 HD/HC/HS/L/N/NT4575SB HD/HC/HS/L/N/NT4607 HD/HC/HS/L/N/NT4607/4 HD/HC/HS/L/N/NT4610 HD/HC/HS/L/N/NT4611 HD/HC/HS/L/N/NT4672N HD/HC/HS/L/N/NT4680 BMSE1001 BMSE2001 BMSE2002 BMSE2003 BMSE2004 BMSE2005 F416U1 F417U2 BMDI1001 BMSW1001 BMSW1002 BMSW1003

actuator control actuator contact interface power supply mini power supply 1-relay actuator 2-relay actuator 4-relay actuator 1-relay NC/NA actuator output 1 to 10 for ballast DIN dimmer DIN dimmer actuator 16A with current sensor actuator 16A scenario module SCS/SCS interface memory module SCS/EIB interface OPEN KNX interface contact interface SCS/DALI interface special control control for 2 actuators control for 3 actuators 1-relay actuator 2-relay actuator ush-mounting dimmer colour Touch Screen SB receiving radio interface protected control protected scenario control fixed IR detector swivel IR detector 16 A ush mounted 2 module actuator scenario control passive infrared ceiling sensor wide band wall/ceiling sensor narrow band wall/ceiling sensor two-way narrow band wall/ceiling sensor one-way narrow band wall/ceiling sensor double technology band wall/ceiling sensor dimmer actuator1000W TC dimmer actuator1000W 2x400 W TC dimmer actuator1000W 1/10 V 1-relay 230 Vac actuator 2-relay 230 Vac actuator 4-relay 230 Vac actuator

Basic module Basic module Basic module 8 DIN modules 2 DIN modules 2 DIN modules 2 DIN modules 2 DIN modules 2 DIN modules 2 DIN modules 4 DIN modules 4 DIN modules 1 DIN module 1 DIN module 2 DIN modules 2 DIN modules 2 DIN modules 6 DIN modules 6 DIN modules 2 DIN modules 6 DIN modules 2 ush-mounting mod. 2 ush-mounting mod. 3 ush-mounting mod. 2 ush-mounting mod. 2 ush-mounting mod. 2 ush-mounting mod. 3+3 ush-mounting mod. 2 ush-mounting mod. 2 ush-mounting mod. 2 ush-mounting mod. 2 ush-mounting mod. 2 ush-mounting mod. 2 ush-mounting mod. 2 ush-mounting mod. l=75/p=40/h=20 l=115.86/p=69.6/h=91 l=115.86/p=69.6/h=92 l=115.86/p=69.6/h=93 l=115.86/p=69.6/h=94 l=115.86/p=69.6/h=95 6 DIN modules 6 DIN modules 6 DIN modules 4 DIN modules 4 DIN modules 6 DIN modules

22 mA 28 mA (single loads) 15.5 mA (interlock) 40 mA (single loads) 22 mA (interlock) 20 mA 30 mA 9 mA 9 mA 30 mA 10 mA 20 mA IN: 25 mA OUT: 2mA 5 mA 30 mA 9 mA 5 mA 6 mA for H4651M2 8.5 mA for L4651M2 and AM5831M2 9 mA 9 mA 16.5 mA 13.5 mA 9 mA 80 mA 33 mA 15 mA 12 mA 4.5 mA 4.5 mA 10 mA 9 mA 10 mA 12 mA 12 mA 12 mA 12 mA 17 mA 5 mA 5 mA 5 mA 5 mA 5 mA 5 mA

11 W 6W 5.3 W 1.5 W 1.7 W 3.2 W 1.5 W 0.5 W 11W 5W 11 W

1.2 A 0.5 A

1000W 500W 400W

0.6 W 1W 0.1 W

0.2 W

0.9 W 0.9 W 3W

300 W

8W 8W 1.2 W 1.7 W 2.8 W

1000 W 2 X 400 W

NOTE: 1) the power dissipated indicated is that corresponding to the device with all the relays loaded at the load maximum. If the load is less the dissipated power is less and may be calculated by means of the following formula: P[mW]=140+400*N+10*[I12+I22+...IN2] P: dissipated power in mW, N: no. of loaded relays IN: load current corresponding to the N relay. Install the items with greater dissipated power (in special power supplies and dimmers) in lower positions in the switchboard for easier heat dissipation. Do not place devices which dissipate a power greater than 5W side by side, but leave an empty module between them.

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Maximum distances and absorptions


if the absorption of the whole system is less than 600 mA, the E49 compact power supply can be used. if the absorption is between 600 and 1200 mA, use the E46ADCN power supply. For extended systems with current absorption over 1200 mA or 600 mA powered by power supplies E46ADCN and E49, it will be necessary to split the system into several lines, each powered by its own power supply and connected to each other using interface F422 configured in Physical expansion mode.

physicAl eXpAnsion Mode


Limit systems shall be applied to each bus in terms of absorption and maximum wiring distance, as shown in the previous page. Therefore, it is not possible to supply a system consisting of two or more buses with only one power supply unit item E46ADCN or E49 , connected to each other by interfaces configured in physical expansion mode even if the number and type of components connected to the system do not exceed the set maximum absorption (1200 mA).

Positions i3 and i4 shall be configured according to the configuration of the Automation devices in the two systems connected to each other. With reference to the picture, let us suppose, for example, that i3=2, i4=7: the input bus (iN), the addresses on of Automation devices No. 1 must be between A=1 / PL=1 and A=2 / PL=6; the output bus (OUT), the on addresses of Automation devices No. 2 must be between A=2 / PL=8 to the address of the next interface.

A/PL = 28 53

230 Vac F422


OUT
F422

OUT

F422
OUT
F422

I1 = I2 = I3 = 2 I4 = 7 MOD = 1

IN

IN

IN

I1 = I2 = I3 = 5 I4 = 4 MOD = 1

230 Vac

230 Vac

A/PL = 11 26

A/PL = 55 99

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When setting up the system, consider the following recommendations: buses, connected to the The interface input and output, must be supplied with their own power supply unit; additionally, the system limits apply for each of them, in terms of absorption and maximum distance. Therefore, it is not possible to supply a system consisting of two or more buses with only one power supply unit (E46ADCN or E49) connected to each other by various interfaces configured in physical expansion mode even if the number and type of components connected to the system do not exceed the set maximum absorption (1200 mA). is not possible to connect two it interfaces in parallel to the same BUS is possible to use up to 4 it interfaces in series, which divide the system into 5 separate sections. F420 scenario module, the The F425 memory module, and the devices that can be configured using the self-learning mode must be installed on the bus section corresponding to their own local address. For example if the scenario module is configured as A=0 (no configurator), PL=1, it will have to be placed on section 1 of the system. The energy management system central unit, item F421, and the control panel, item N4682, must be installed on the BUS with the highest addresses (system no. 3 in the example).

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Maximum number of devices which can be configured


physicAlly configured single systeM
A single system can manage up to 9 rooms (A). For each room, it will then be possible to manage up to 9 light points (PL), for a total of 81 addresses. To these addresses, any inclusion in one or more groups must be added. it is also possible to have several devices with the same address.

Basic contact interface

Shutter control

Dimmer control
ON

81 addResses MaX.

Power supply
ART. 3477

A PL1 PL2 M SPE

3 31

OFF
PL1 PL2 C

230 Vac

BUS cable

A PL1 PL2 M SPE

ART. 3477

Basic actuator

Flush-mounting actuator

T5H 250V

0245 06

DIN dimmer

3 31

F414
230V~

50Hz

60 1000V A

A PL M G

PL1 PL2

virtuAlly configured single systeM


A single system can manage up to 11 rooms (A=0-10). For each room it will then be possible to manage up to 16 light points (PL=0-15), for a total of 175 addresses (the address A=0, PL=0 is not permitted).
Basic contact interface Power supply
ART. 3477
PRI: 220 240 V~ 175 165 mA 47/63 Hz SCS: 27 Vdc 600 mA

175 addResses MaX.

Shutter control

Dimmer control
ON

230 Vac Web server Extra power supply


F453

A PL1 PL2 M SPE

3 31

OFF
PL1 PL2 C

230 Vac

Ethernet cross-over cable

BUS cable DIN dimmer

Pc

A PL1 PL2 M SPE

ART. 3477

Basic actuator

Flush-mounting actuator

T5H 250V

0245 06

3 31

F414
230V~

50Hz

60 1000V A

A PL M G

PL1 PL2

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Logical expansion of the addresses


virtuAlly configured eXtended systeM with one f422 interfAce

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in larger homes, or in the service sector, there might be the need for Automation systems with a higher number of functions than the above. in this case, it is possible to create an extended Automation system

using interface F422 configured in the logic expansion mode: with configurator N0. 2 in position M, and No. 1 in i4.

175 addResses MaX.

Power supply

Basic contact interface


A PL1 PL2 M SPE

Shutter control

Dimmer control
ON

Fan control
ON

Shutter control

ART. 3477

3 31

OFF
PL1 PL2 C

OFF

230 Vac

L
T5H 250V

PL1 PL2

PL1 PL2

Basic actuator Basic contact interface


A PL1 PL2 M SPE

Flush-mounting actuator Shutter control

DIN dimmer Dimmer control


ON

Basic actuator Fan control


ON

174 addResses MaX.

Power supply

Shutter control

I1 I2 I3 I4 M

= = = =1 =2

OUT
OUT
AR T.F422

IN

ART. 3477

OFF
PL1 PL2 C

OFF

230 Vac

L
1
T5H 250V
1
0245 06

2
2 3

AUTOMATION SYSTEM NO. 1 (MAIN RISER)

A PL1 PL2 M SPE

A PL1 PL2 M SPE

AR T.F470/2

DIN actuator

3 31

F414

ART. 3477

230V~

50Hz

60 1000V A

ART. 3477

A PL M G

PL1 PL2

PL1 PL2

Basic actuator Pc

Flush-mounting actuator

DIN dimmer

Basic actuator 230 Vac Extra power supply

Web server

F453

PRI: 220 240 V~ 175 165 mA 47/63 Hz SCS: 27 Vdc 600 mA

Ethernet Cross-over Cable

3 31

349 addResses MaX.


109

AUTOMATION SYSTEM NO. 2 (Local BUS)

DIN actuator
0245 06

1
1 2

2
3

A PL1 PL2 M SPE

A PL1 PL2 M SPE

AR T.F470/2

3 31

F414

ART. 3477

230V~

50Hz

60 1000V A

3 31

ART. 3477

A PL M G

Interface F422

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Logical expansion of the addresses


virtuAlly configured eXtended systeM with severAl f422 interfAces
if three or more systems (up to a maximum of 9) must be combined, these must be connected by means of interfaces item F422 with a common bus, which from now on we will call riser, on which the control, activation and management (for example Touch Screen) devices can also be installed because they belong to the Automation system. The riser cannot be made, for example, with a Burglar-alarm or 2 wire Video door entry system. The F422 interfaces are configured for operation in
LOCAL BUS LOCAL BUS

you need to control and execute the centralised If management of the system with Web Server, Touch screen and Energy Management Control Unit, these devices will have to be installed in the main riser.

MaIN RIseR 166 addResses MaX. 175 addResses MaX.


Automation system No. 1
I1 = I2 = I3 = I4 = M= 1 2

OUT
OUT
ART.F422

Interface F422 IN

175 addResses MaX.

logic expansion mode, connecting configurator no. 2 to the M position and configuring the address of position i4 with configurators from 1 to 9, as per the following diagram. For each of the 9 systems there will be 175 configuration addresses the riser, for a total of 1741 addresses. available, as well as 166 addresses on

Automation system No. 2


I1 I2 I3 I4 M = = = = = 2 2

OUT
OUT
ART.F422

Interface F422 IN

LOCAL BUS

175 addResses MaX.

Automation system No. 3


I1 I2 I3 I4 M = = = = = 3 2

OUT
OUT
ART.F422

Interface F422 IN

Warnings: the main riser it is possible to install control In devices configured to send GROUP or GENERAL the single systems and in the same main riser. POINT-POINT controls generated inside each single system and on the main riser can reach the actuators situated in the whole system only if they are sent from the appropriately configured SPECIAL control device item H/L4651M2, AM5831M2 situated on the main riser or on one of the single systems (max 9) connected.

LOCAL BUS

175 addResses MaX.

controls to some or all of the actuators situated in

Automation system No. 4


I1 I2 I3 I4 M = = = = = 4 2

OUT
OUT
ART.F422

Interface F422 IN

Automation system No. 9

110

addResses MaX.: 175x9+166 (MaIN RIseR) = 1741

eXtended systeM with interfAce f422 And weB server


Special systems for which the availability of more than 1741 addresses is required can be made using one or more Web Servers item F453V and a LAN network which forms the connection infrastructure. Referring to the picture below, in this case the extended system is made up

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of two or more systems for each of which a maximum of 1741 addresses can be configured. The centralised control of the functions is obtained through Personal Computer,

LOCAL BUS
Automation system No. 1

Main riser OUT


OUT
ART.F422

connecting directly to the Web Server fixed iP address and working on Web pages with preconfigured icons.

1741 addResses MaX.

Control

LOCAL BUS
Automation system No. 2

Interface F422 IN

OUT
OUT
ART.F422
1 2 3 4

ART. F411/2

C1

C2

Interface F422 IN

Web Server F453AV


USB USB
Speed Full Link Aux System

230 Vac

SYSTEM 1
ETH
SCS
AV IN

PRI: 220 240 V~ 175 165 mA 47/63 Hz SCS: 27 Vdc 600 mA

F453AV

0319 06

SCS
AV

AV OUT

SCS

SCS
AI

DC

BUS
LOCAL BUS
Automation system No. 1

Extra power supply

PC

Main riser OUT


OUT
ART.F422

1741 addResses MaX.

Control

Interface F422 IN

LOCAL BUS
Automation system No. 2

OUT
OUT
ART.F422
1 2 3 4

ART. F411/2

C1

C2

Interface F422 IN

Web Server F453AV


USB USB
Speed Full Link Aux System

230 Vac

SYSTEM 2
ETH
SCS
AV IN

PRI: 220 240 V~ 175 165 mA 47/63 Hz

F453AV

0319 06

SCS: 27 Vdc 600 mA

SCS
AV

AV OUT

SCS

SCS
AI

DC

LAN network Extra power supply

BUS
LOCAL BUS
Automation system No. 1

1741 addResses MaX.

OUT Control
OUT
ART.F422

Main riser

Interface F422 IN

LOCAL BUS
Automation system No. 2

Extra power supply Web Server F453AV


USB USB
Speed Full Link Aux System

230 Vac

OUT
OUT
ART.F422
1 2 3 4

ART. F411/2

C1

C2

Interface F422 IN
ETH
SCS
AV IN

PRI: 220 240 V~ 175 165 mA 47/63 Hz

F453AV

0319 06

SCS: 27 Vdc 600 mA

SCS
AV

AV OUT

SCS

SCS
AI

DC

SYSTEM 3

BUS

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diAgrAM 1 switching on/off of 2 lAMps froM 4 light points with generAl on/off control
230 Vac
N L

L4671/1

ON

E46ADCN
OFF

A PL M G1 G2

= = = = =

1 1 O/I

L1

L4671/1

ON

OFF

A PL M G1 G2

= = = = =

1 2 O/I

L2

230 Vac

BUS

BUS

To other devices

L4652/2

ON

GEN
OFF

A = GEN PL1 = M = O/I

L4652/2

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

A PL1 M1 A2 PL2 M

= = = = = =

1 1 O/I 1 2 O/I

diAgrAM 2 AutoMAtic switching on of the light with pAssive infrAred ceiling sensor
230 Vac N L

E46ADCN

ART. 3475
230V 2A cos = 0,6 2A

230 Vac

1 1

3475

L1

A PL M G

= = = =

1 1

BUS

To other devices

BMSE1001

A PL M S T

= = = = =

1 1 1 6

L4652/2

ON

A1 = 1 PL1 = 1 M1 = O/I

OFF

112

The device controls the load with the address indicated in A and PL. When a movement is detected, if the lighting level is lower than the set level, the device switches the assigned load on, and keeps it on until the time set with the configurator connected to T expires. The PIR movement sensor sensitivity is set with the configurator connected to S. For correct operation the sensor Lighting set point must be defined (see procedure). If the user switches the light off manually with a control device, the movement sensor is disabled until a presence is detected, for a time set in T.

Management of dierent loads


diAgrAM 3 switching-on control for BAthrooM light And fAn with delAyed switching-off
230 Vac N L

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M
Bathroom light
F411/1N
1 2 3

Bathroom fan

F411/1N

E46ADCN

C1

A PL M G1 G2 G3

= = = = = =

3 1 2

F411/1N
1 2 3

F411/1N

C1

A PL M G1 G2 G3

= = = = = =

3 1 SLA

230 Vac BUS To other devices

L4652/2

ON

The ON control turns on the light and the fan at the same time. The OFF control turns off the light whereas the fan turns off after 2 minutes (configurator in M=2 of the Master actuator)

A = 3 PL = 1 G3 = O/I

OFF

diAgrAM 4 Motor control in direct current for Motorised curtAins (eXAMple 24 v d.c.)

24 Vdc

M
+

+ Power supply B
F411/2
1 2 3 4

ART. F411/2

A PL1 PL2 G M

= = = = =

3 1 1

F411/2
1 2 3 4

ART. F411/2

A PL1 PL2 G M

= = = = =

3 1 1 SLA

C1

C2

C1

C2

E46ADCN

230 Vac

230 Vac

BUS To other devices

L4652/2

It is possible to use direct current motors with other features (12 - 24 - 48 V d.c.) by replacing the compatible power supply unit with the features of the motor (voltage and current), thus verifying the absorptions of the motor with the actuator relay capacity (item F411/2).

A = 3 PL = 1 M =

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Window and shutter management


diAgrAM 5 Motor control in AlternAted current for rolling shutters, curtAins or Motorised shutters
230 Vac N L
L1 F411/2
1 2 3 4

N
L2 F411/2
1 2 3 4

N
L2 F411/2
1 2 3 4

L1-N = clockwise rotation L2-N = anticlockwise rotation M = AC motor with 2 windings E46ADCN

M1
A PL1 PL2 G M = = = = = 2 1 1

L1

M2
A PL1 PL2 G M = = = = = 2 2 2

L1

M3
A PL1 PL2 G M = = = = =

L2
2 3 3

ART. F411/2

ART. F411/2

ART. F411/2

C1

C2

C1

C2

C1

C2

230 Vac

BUS

To other devices

L4652/3

A PL1 A2 PL2 A3 PL3 M

= = = = = = =

2 1 2 2 2 3

L4652/2 GEN

A = GEN PL = M =

diAgrAM 6 Motor control in AlternAted current for opening/closing Motorised shutters

230 Vac

N L

Ap C

M1
Ch Ap C

M2

Ch

F411/4
1 2 3 4 5

E46ADCN
C1

ART. F411/4

C2 C3 C4

A PL1 PL2 PL3 PL4 M

= = = = = =

2 1 1 1 1 1

230 Vac

BUS

To other devices

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M1 = motor controlling the internal rabbet shutter M2 = motor controlling the external rabbet shutter PL1 and PL2 = contacts: must be interlocked to each other and must always be fitted to the internal rabbet shutter PL3 and PL4 = contacts: must be interlocked to each other and must always be fitted to the external rabbet shutter

L4652/2

A = 2 PL = 1 M =

Management of dimmer lamps


diAgrAM 7 switching on And off And Brightness AdJustMent of fluorescent lAMps By MeAns of the BAllAst
N L N L

MY HOME - AUTOMATiON

230 Vac

+
F413
A PL1 M G
ART. F413N

Ballast

1 2 NC 3 4 - +
0-10V

= = = =

2 1

N L - +
E46ADCN

C1

230 Vac

BUS

To other devices

L4652/2

ON

A1 = 2 PL1 = 1 M1 = O/I

OFF

diAgrAM 8 switching on And off And Brightness AdJustMent of incAndescence lAMps, hAlogen And ferroMAgnetic trAnsforMers
230 Vac N L DIN dimmer actuator Incandescence lamps, halogen and ferromagnetic transformer
T5H 250V
024506

E46ADCN

F414
230V~ 50Hz

60 1000VA

A PL M G

A PL M G

= = = =

1 2

230 Vac

BUS

To other devices

L4652/2

ON

A1 = 1 PL1 = 2 M1 = O/I

OFF

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diAgrAM 9 lighting And shutter MAnAgeMent systeM 100 M2 hoMe
The following pages give a description of an Automation system used for lighting and shutter management in a home of approximately 100 m2, consisting of living room, kitchen, two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Bathroom Living room Kitchen

Corridor

Room 1 Hall

Functions performed by the system: Light general control.


Home automation panel ROOM 2

Shutters general control. Control of light points in each room. Control of shutters in each room. Dimmer light control point in the living room and the bedrooms. Central control using the Touch Screen installed in the living room. Recalling of scenarios with Local Display in the two bedrooms.

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DISTRIBUTION COMPONENTS IN THE SINGLE ROOMS


HALL CORRIDOR KITCHEN 1 lighting general control (1) 1 shutter general control (2) 1 ceiling light point controlled by ush mounted actuator (3) 1 control (4) for the corridor light point 2 ceiling light points controlled by ush mounted actuator and 8 other points (4 - 6 - 7 - 9 - 13 - 22 - 28) 1 ceiling light point controlled from one point (7) and by a 1 relay actuator in the DIN module (*) 1 motorised shutter controlled from 1 point (8) and by a 2 relay actuator in the DIN module (*) 1 wall light point controlled from 1 point (11) with light intensity adjustment and by 1 dimmer actuator in DIN module (*) 1 ceiling light point controlled from two points (9 - 11) and by a 1 relay actuator in the DIN module (*) 1 motorised shutter controlled from 1 point (10) and by a 2 relay actuator in the DIN module (*) 1 Touch Screen (12) 1 ceiling light point controlled from one point (13) and by a 1 relay actuator in the DIN module (*) 1 motorised shutter controlled from 1 point (14) and by a 2 relay actuator in the DIN module (*) 1 ceiling light point controlled from 3 points (16 - 17 - 18) with light intensity adjustment and by 1 dimmer actuator in DIN module (*) 1 motorised shutter controlled from 1 point (15) and by a 2 relay actuator in the DIN module (*) 1 wall light point controlled from 1 point (17) 1 wall light point controlled from 1 point (18) and by a 2 relay actuator in the DIN module (*) 1 control (20) for the Corridor Light Point 1 Local Display (19) 1 ceiling light point controlled from 3 points (22 - 23 - 24) with light intensity adjustment and by 1 dimmer actuator in DIN module (*) 1 motorised shutter controlled from 1 point (21) and by a 2 relay actuator in the DIN module (*) 1 wall light point controlled from 1 point (23) 1 wall light point controlled from 1 point (24) and by a 2 relay actuator in the DIN module (*) 1 control (26) for the Corridor Light Point 1 Local Display (25)

ITEM
H4652/2 H4652/2 H4671/1 H4652/2 H4671/1 H4652/2 F411/1N H4652/2 F411/2 H4652/2 F415 H4652/2 F411/1N H4652/2 F411/2 H4684 H4652/2 F411/1N H4652/2 F411/2 H4652/2 F415 H4652/2 F411/2 H4652/2 H4652/2 F411/2 H4652/2 HC4685 H4652/2 F415 H4652/2 F411/2 H4652/2 H4652/2 F411/2 H4652/2 HC4685

MY HOME AUTOMATION

LIVING ROOM

BATHROOM 1

ROOM 1

ROOM 2

NOTE:

All the controls must be completed with support, cover plate and key covers for the desired civil series. These can be found in the BTicino General Installation catalogue. For this specific example products of the AXOLUTE civil series have been used. NOTE (*): All the actuators in DIN module are installed on the 54 module home automation panel in the hall.

HOME AUTOMATION PANEL


1 SCS power supply 12 DIN actuators 3 DIN dimmer 1 scenario module

DIN MODULES
8 24 12 2 Total 46

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HALL
L N

CORRIDOR

KITCHEN

F420 E46ADCN
ART.F420

F411/1N
A1 = PL = 1
ON

H4671/1
A1 = 1 PL = 1 M1 = O/I
ON

H4671/1
A1 = 2 PL = 1 M1 = O/I
ART.F411/1

A = 3 PL = 1

OFF

OFF

230 Vac

H4652/2
ON

H4652/2
A = GEN M =
ON

H4652/2
A1 = 2 PL1 = 1 M = O/I
ON

H4652/2
A1 = 2 PL1 = 1 M = O/I
ON

H4652/2
ON

GEN
OFF

A1 = GEN M = O/I

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

A1 PL1 M1 A2 PL2 M2

= = = = = =

3 1 O/I 2 1 O/I

ROOM 2
L N

F415
L
ART.F415

F411/2
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 ART.F411/2

F411/2
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 ART.F411/2

A = 8 PL = 1

A = 8 PL1 = 2 PL2 = 3

A = 8 PL1 = 4 PL2 = 4

A=8 PL1=4 M1=

H4652/2
ON

H4652/2
A = PL1 = M = FUN = 1 4 1
ON

H4652/2
ON

H4652/2
= = = = = = 8 3 O/I 8 1 O/I
ON
ON

H4652/2
= = = = = = 8 2 O/I 8 1 O/I
ON

H4652/2
A = 8 PL1 = 4 M1 =

OFF

A = 2 PL1 = 1 M = O/I

OFF

OFF

26

25

24

A1 PL1 M1 A2 PL2 M2

OFF

OFF

23

A1 PL1 M1 A2 PL2 M2

OFF

A = 8 PL1 = 1 M1 = O/I

22

21

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NOTE: for the configuration of bathroom 2 refer to bathroom 1, configuring for all the devices room A=6

KITCHEN

LIVING ROOM

BATHROOM

MY HOME - AUTOMATiON

L N

F411/2
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 ART.F411/2

F411/1N
ART.F411/1

F415
L
ART.F415

F411/2
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 ART.F411/2

F411/1N
ART.F411/1

F411/2
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 ART.F411/2

A = 3 PL1 = 2 PL2 = 2

A = 4 PL = 1

A = 4 PL = 2

A = 4 PL1 = 3 PL2 = 3

A = 5 PL = 1

A = 5 PL1 = 2 PL2 = 2

H4652/2
A1 = 3 PL1 = 2 M =
ON

H4652/2
ON

H4652/2
= = = = = = 4 1 O/I 2 1 O/I A1 = 4 PL1 = 3 M =
ON

H4652/2
ON

H4684
= = = = = = 4 2 O/I 4 1 O/I
ON

H4652/2
ON

H4652/2
= = = = = = 5 1 O/I 2 1 O/I A1 = 5 PL1 = 2 M =

OFF

OFF

A1 PL1 M1 A2 PL2 M2

OFF

OFF

10

11

A1 PL1 M1 A2 PL2 M2

OFF

OFF

12

13

A1 PL1 M1 A2 PL2 M2

14

ROOM 1
L N

F415
L
ART.F415

A = 7 PL = 1

F411/2
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 ART.F411/2

F411/2
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4 ART.F411/2

A = 7 PL1 = 2 PL2 = 3

A = 7 PL1 = 4 PL2 = 4

H4652/2
ON

H4652/2
A = PL1 = M = FUN = 1 4 1
ON

H4652/2
ON

H4652/2
= = = = = = 7 3 O/I 7 1 O/I
ON
ON

H4652/2
= = = = = = 7 2 O/I 7 1 O/I
ON

H4652/2
A = 7 PL1 = 4 M1 =

OFF

A1 = 2 PL1 = 1 M = O/I

OFF

OFF

20

19

18

A1 PL1 M1 A2 PL2 M2

OFF

OFF

17

A1 PL1 M1 A2 PL2 M2

OFF

A = 7 PL1 = 1 M1 = O/I

16

15

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diAgrAM 10 wire systeM eXtension with rAdio control to MAnAge two lAMps

230 V ac

N L

F411/1N
1 2 3

L1
F411/1N

F411/1N
1 2 3

L2
F411/1N

E46ADCN

C1

C1

230 Vac To other devices of the Wire Automation system 4575N

A = 9 PL = 8 M = 1

L4572

L1

L2

Note: Replacing actuator F411/1N with actuator dimmer F414 and F414/127 the lamp brightness can be adjusted as well

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Lighting and shutters management


diAgrAM 11 wire systeM eXtension with rAdio ActuAtor to MAnAge A rolling shutter And A lAMp
N L
L1 L1

MY HOME - AUTOMATiON

L2 T1

A PL M G

= = = =

2 1

1
1 2

2
3

L N

A PL1 PL2 M G

= = = = =

2 2 2

L1-N = clockwise rotation L2-N = anticlockwise rotation M = rotor in AC with 2 windings

3470

ART.F470/2

4576N E46ADCN

F470/2
A = 2 PL = 9 M = 1

230 Vac

BUS

HC4652/2

A1 = 2 PL1 = 1 M1 =

HC4652/2

A1 = 2 PL1 = 2 M1 =

L1

T1

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