Fibaro Roller Shutter FGRM-222

Fibaro Roller Shutter FGRM-222 handleiding

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    Fibaro Roller Shutter is a universal, Z-Wave compatible, electric
    motor controller. The device allows for controlling motors of roller
    blinds, awnings, venetian blinds, gates and others, which are single
    phase AC powered. Fibaro Roller Shutter allows for precise
    positioning of a roller blind or venetian blind lamellas. Precise
    positioning is available for the motors equipped with mechanic and
    electronic end switches.
    The module may be controlled wirelessly, through the Z-Wave
    network main controller, or through the switch keys connected to it.
    It’s also possible to combine few devices into groups of devices,
    which then can be controlled simultaneously. In addition, Fibaro
    Roller Shutter is equipped with Power Metering.
    SPECIFICATIONS
    Power Supply
    Supplied motor type
    Supported limit switches type
    Power of supplied motor
    In accordance
    with EU standards
    Circuit Temperature limit
    Operational Temperature
    For installation in boxes
    Radio protocol
    Radio Frequency
    Radio signal power
    Range
    Dimensions (L x W x H)
    Electricity consumption
    110 - 230 V ±10% 50/60Hz
    Single phase, VAC
    Electronic and mechanic
    up to 1kW for 230V
    up to 500W for 110V
    LVD (2006/95/EC)
    EMC (2004/10B/EC)
    R&TTE(1999/5/EC)
    105 °C
    0 - 40 °C
    Ø ≥ 50mm
    Z-Wave
    868,4 MHz EU;
    908,4 MHz US;
    921,4 MHz ANZ;
    869,2 MHz RU;
    1mW
    up to 100m outdoors
    up to 30m indoors
    (depending on building materials
    used)
    42 x 37 x 17 mm
    < 0,8W
    TECHNICAL INFORMATION
    • Controlled by Fibaro System devices or any Z-Wave controller
    • Microprocessor control
    • Executive elements: relays
    • The device may be operated by momentary or toggle switches,
    and by dedicated roller blind control switches
    • Connected motor’s current and historical power consumption
    measured
    WARNING
    Danger of electrocution! Any work on the device
    regarding electrical connections may be performed
    only after the power supply has been
    disconnected.
    OPERATING MANUAL
    FIBARO ROLLER SHUTTER
    FGRM-222-EN-A-v1.00
    I. GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT FIBARO SYSTEM
    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. However, a radio signal is weakened by
    various obstacles located in 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 signal receivers, also duplicate signal. When a
    direct connection path between the transmitter and the receiver
    cannot be established, the connection may be achieved through
    other intermediate devices.
    Fibaro is a bi-directional wireless system. This 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, which checks whether they are active or not. Safety of the
    Fibaro System transmission is comparable to the safety of
    transmission in data bus wired systems.
    Fibaro operates in the free bandwidth for data transmission. The
    frequency depends on radio regulations in individual countries.
    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 a new technology, it has already become
    recognized and officially a 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.
    II. ROLLER SHUTTER INSTALLATION
    1. Before installation make sure the voltage supply is
    disconnected.
    2. Connect the Roller Shutter in accordance with the wiring
    diagram presented on Fig. 1 (roller blinds, venetian blinds) or
    Fig. 2 (gates).
    3. Place the device in a switch box.
    4. Arrange the antenna (tips presented below Fig.2)
    5. Turn on the power supply keeping the necessary safety
    precautions.
    6. Include the module into the Z-Wave network, observing pt. III
    description.
    7. If necessary, calibrate the module, observing pt. VI descripion.
    NOTES FOR THE DIAGRAM:
    L - terminal for live lead
    N - terminal for neutral lead
    S1 - terminal for key no. 1 (has the option of entering the device in
    learning mode)
    S2 - terminal for key No. 2
    O1 - output terminal no. 1 for shutter motor
    O2 - output terminal no. 2 for shutter motor
    B - service button (used to add or remove a device from the
    system)
    ROLLER BLIND POSITIONING CALIBRATION
    TIPS FOR ARRANGING THE ANTENNA
    1. Locate the antenna as far from metal elements as possible
    (connection wires, bracket rings, etc.) in order to prevent
    interferences.
    2. Metal surfaces in direct vicinity of the antenna (e.g. metal switch
    boxes, door frames) may impair radio signal reception!
    3. Do not cut or shorten the antenna. Its length is perfectly
    matched to the band in which the system operates.
    NOTE
    A push button connected to S1 terminal operates
    the O1 output, while the push button connected to
    S2 terminal operates the O2 output. It’s recommen-
    ded to connect an UP button to S1 terminal and a
    wire, responsible of up movement, to O1 output
    terminal. Respectively, a DOWN button should be
    connected to S2 terminal and a wire, responsible
    for down movement, to O2 output terminal.
    i
    WARNING
    Fibaro Roller Shutter is dedicated to operate with
    AC powered electric motors. Connecting the device
    directly to DC powered motors may result in them
    being damaged.
    Fig. 3 Roller Shutter icons in Home Center interface
    WARNING
    Danger of electrocution! Even when the device is
    turned off, voltage may be present at it’s terminals.
    Any work on the device regarding electrical
    connections may be performed only after the
    power supply has been disconnected.
    WARNING
    Any maintenance work on controlled devices may
    be performed only after the power supply has been
    disconnected.
    WARNING
    It’s not recommended to operate all of the roller
    blinds simultaneously. For safety reasons, at least
    one roller blind should be controlled independently,
    providing safe escape route in case of emergency.
    WARNING
    Do not connect the device to loads exceeding
    recommended value.
    Fig. 1 Roller Shutter wiring diagram
    III. Z-WAVE NETWORK INCLUSION
    Fibaro Roller Shutter may be included into the Z-Wave network via
    the B-button or a push button connected to the S1 terminal. In
    addition, the module may be included in auto inclusion mode, by
    simply connecting the power supply.
    Automatic Z-Wave network inclusion:
    1) Make sure the power supply is disconnected and a Roller Shutter
    is located within a direct Z-Wave network’s main controller
    communication range.
    2) Set the main controller into the learn mode (see main controllers
    operating manual).
    3) Connect the power supply to include the Roller Shutter in auto
    inclusion mode.
    4) Fibaro Roller Shutter will be automatically detected and included
    into the Z-Wave network.
    To disable the auto inclusion mode, press the B-button briefly, after
    connecting the module to the power supply.
    Manual Z-Wave network inclusion:
    1) Connect the power supply.
    2) Set the main controller into the learn mode (see main controllers
    operating manual).
    3) Triple click the B-button or a push button connected to the S1
    terminal.
    4) Fibaro Roller Shutter will be detected and included into the
    Z-Wave network.
    IV. Z-WAVE NETWORK EXCLUSION
    Excluding Fibaro Roller Shutter from the Z-Wave network:
    1) Make sure the module is connected to the power supply.
    2) Set the main controller into the learn mode (see main controllers
    operating manual).
    3) Triple click the B-button or a push button connected to the S1
    terminal.
    V. ROLLER SHUTTER RESET
    Reset procedure clears the modules’ EPROM memory, including all
    information about the Z-Wave network controller, calibration and
    power consumption data.
    1) Make sure the module is connected to the power supply.
    2) Press and hold the B-button for ca. 14 seconds.
    3) LED indicator will glow yellow.
    4) Release the B-button and press it again, briefly.
    5) The Roller Shutter memory is now empty.
    6) The module goes into the auto inclusion mode, until any button
    is pushed.
    NOTE
    Memory reset does not remove the module from
    the Z-Wave network main controller’s memory.
    Prior to memory reset it’s recommended to exclude
    the module from the Z-Wave network.
    TIP
    After memory reset, the Roller Shutter goes into the
    auto inclusion mode and waits to be included into
    the Z-Wave network. To exit the auto inclusion
    mode press the B-button briefly.
    i
    Fig. 2 Connecting Roller Shutter to GATE motor
    VI. POSITIONING CALIBRATION
    Calibration is a process during which a Roller Shutter learns the
    position of the limit switches and a motor characteristic. Calibration
    is mandatory in order for the Roller Shutter to correctly recognize a
    roller blind position. The procedure consists of an automatic, full
    movement between the limit switches (up, down, and up again).
    There are separate procedures of calibrating roller blind and
    lamellas (venetian blind) positioning. Each time the calibration
    requires the completion of a full cycle (up and down).
    There are 5 procedures of calibrating a Fibaro Roller Shutter to
    choose from. Each one gives the same results and the user may
    choose which one to execute.
    A. Calibration through a Fibaro Home Center 2 interface
    1) Make sure the module is connected to the power supply,
    according to Fig.1
    2) Include the module into the Z-Wave network, according to
    section
    III of instructions.
    3) In Home Center 2 interface choose Fibaro Roller Shutter’s
    advanced settings.
    4) Click CALIBRATE buttin in the devices advanced settings tab.
    5) Roller Shutter performs the calibration process, completing full
    cycle - up, down and up again.
    6) Using an interface test whether the positioning works correctly.
    B. Calibration through the Z-Wave network
    1) Make sure the module is connected to the power supply,
    according to Fig.1
    2) Include the module into the Z-Wave network, according to pt.III
    instructions.
    3) Set the parameter 29 value to 1.
    4) Roller Shutter performs the calibration process, completing full
    cycle - up, down and up again.
    5) The parameter 29 value will be automatically set to 0.
    6) Using an interface test whether the positioning works correctly.
    C. Calibration through the switch keys
    1) Make sure the module is connected to the power supply,
    according to Fig.1, and to the switch keys as well (S1 and S2
    inputs).
    2) Include the module into the Z-Wave network, according to
    section
    III of instructions.
    3) Press and hold the switch key connected to S1 or S2 input
    terminal and release it after at least 3 seconds.
    4) Press and hold the same switch key again, and release it after 3
    seconds.
    5) Now press and hold the same button, for 3 seconds, for the 3rd
    time.
    6) After pressing and releasing the button for the third time,
    automatic calibration sequence will start.
    7) Roller Shutter performs the calibration process, completing full
    cycle - up, down and up again.
    D. Calibration through Menu (B-button)
    1) Make sure the module is connected to the power supply,
    according to Fig.1
    2) Include the module into the Z-Wave network, according to
    section
    III of instructions.
    3) Press and hold the B-button for ca. 6 seconds.
    4) LED will glow blue.
    5) Release the B-button and press it again, briefly.
    6) Roller Shutter performs the calibration process, completing full
    cycle - up, down and up again.
    CALIBRATING LAMELLAS POSITIONING
    IN VENETIAN BLINDS
    Apart from calibrating the roller blind position, it’s possible to
    calibrate the position of venetian blinds lamellas. After correct
    calibration, in case of venetian blinds, it’s possible to set the position
    between the limit switches, as well as the lamellas angle. By default,
    time of full turn of the lamellas is set to 1,5 seconds. If necessary, it
    can be modified following below instructions.
    1) Make sure the module is connected to the power supply,
    according to Fig.1
    2) Include the module into the Z-Wave network, according to section
    III of instructions.
    3) Calibrate the Roller Shutter, according to the instructions
    provided in sections VI.A, VI.B, VI.C, VI.D or VI.E.
    4) Set the parameter 10 value to 2 or choose in HC2 interface:
    Device Type - Venetian Blind
    5) Another device icon, responsible for lamellas operation, will show
    up in Home Center 2 interface. In case of any other Z-Wave
    network controllers managing the lamellas position is achieved
    through pressing and holding a switch key (up or down).
    6) By default, time of transition between extreme positions is set to
    1 500 ms (1,5 seconds).
    7) Turn lamellas between extreme positions. If after full cycle a blind
    starts moving up or down, then parameter’s 12 value must be
    modified, e.g. to 1 000ms (1 second). Correctly configured
    lamellas should not force the blind to move up or down.
    NOTE
    Roller Shutter needs to be calibrated to work with
    any given motor.
    NOTE
    In Venatian Blind mode, lamellas need to be
    calibrated to work with any given motor.
    VII. OPERATING THROUGH THE Z-WAVE NETWORK
    After including into the Z-Wave network, Fibaro Roller Shutter will
    be presented in a Home Center 2 interface as a roller blind icon (see
    fig. below). After choosing Venetian Blind device type, a second icon
    will show up, responsible for managing lamellas position.
    User can choose from the following operating modes:
    1. Roller Blind Mode, without positioning
    2. Roller Blind Mode, with positioning
    3. Venetian Blind Mode
    4. Gate Mode, without positioning
    5. Gate Mode, with positioning
    After choosing one of the above operating modes, device will be
    represented in Home Center 2 interface by icons shown in Fig.4. In
    addition, each operating mode affects certain parameters settings:
    1) Roller blind without positioning (parameter 10 set to 0)
    2) Roller blind with positioning (parameter 10 set to 1)
    3) Venetian blind (parameter 10 set to 2; parameter 13, set to 2)
    4) Gate without positioning (parameter 10 set to 3; parameter 12 set
    to 0; parameter 17 set to 0)
    5) Gate with positioning (parameter 10 set to 4; parameter 12 set to
    0; parameter 17 set to 0)
    Opening / Closing a blind is acheved through moving a slider or
    pushing a button shown in fig. 3.
    In Venetian Blind mode, setting lamellas angle is achieved through
    moving a slider or pushing a button shown in fig. 3.
    VIII. MANUAL OPERATION
    Fibaro Roller Shutter allows for connecting push buttons to S1 and
    S2 terminals. These may be momentary or toggle switches,
    alternatively. Push buttons are responsible for managing the blind’s
    movement.
    Using momentary switches:
    Clicking button connected to S1 terminal, initiates up
    movement.
    Clicking button connected to S2 terminal, initiates down
    movement.
    If the blind is moving, each click, of any button, will stop the
    movement. In addition a button click sends a command frame to I-st
    association group devices.
    In case of venetian blinds, it’s possible to manage the lamellas
    angle. Operating Mode - Venetian Blind, or Parameter 10 value set
    to 2.
    Holding connected to S1 terminal initiates lamellas rotation up.
    Holding connected to S2 terminal initiates lamellas rotation
    down.
    In addition a button hold sends a Fibar Command Class control
    frame to II-nd association group devices.
    IX. ASSOCIATIONS
    Through an association Fibaro Roller Shutter may control another
    Z-Wave network device, e.g. another Roller Shutter, Wall Plug,
    Dimmer, Relay Switch, RGBW Controller.
    NOTE
    Association allows for direct communication
    between Z-Wave network devices. Main controller
    does not take part in such communication.
    Fibaro Roller Shutter provides three association groups:
    I association group is triggered through a momentary switch click,
    or a toggle switch position change.
    II association group is triggered through a momentary switch hold
    NOTE
    II association group is inactive when toggle
    switches are used or in Gate Controller mode
    (parameter 10). In case of controlling Venetian
    Blinds, control commands are sent in Fibar
    Command Class standard.
    III association group reports the module status. Only one device
    may be assigned to this group, main controller by default. It’s not
    recommended to modify this group’s settings.
    Fibaro Roller Shutter allows for commanding other Roller Shutters,
    associated into I or II association group, through clicking or holding
    a switch key. For example, this mechanism allows for operating a
    Roller Shutter connected to the switch with a button click, and
    operating the devices associated in II association group by a button
    hold. In addition, when operating Venetian Blinds, it’s possible to
    synchronize many devices.
    USING ASSOCIATIONS TO OPERATE ANOTHER
    ROLLER SHUTTER OR ANY OTHER Z-WAVE
    DEVICE.
    I ASSOCIATION GROUP:
    Clicking button, connected to S1 terminal will initiate up
    movement in associated Roller Shutters, or send Turn On command
    frame to the devices associated in I-st association group.
    Clicking button, connected to S2 terminal will initiate down
    movement in associated Roller Shutters, or send Turn Off command
    frame to the devices associated in I-st association group.
    II ASSOCIATION GROUP:
    Holding button, connected to S1 terminal will move the
    connected roller blind up, and after 1 second delay initiate up
    movement in associated Roller Shutters, or send Turn On command
    frame to the devices associated in II-nd association group.
    Holding button, connected to S2 terminal will move the
    conected rolled blind down, and after 1 second delay initiate down
    movement in associated Roller Shutters, or send Turn Off command
    frame to the devices associated in II-nd association group.
    NOTE
    To abort the calibration process press any key
    (connected to S1 or S2) or send a STOP control
    frame through the Z-Wave network controller. In
    Gate Controller mode the calibration process will
    be aborted after disconnecting the S2 terminal.
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    Using toggle switches:
    Changing switch key position, connected to S1 terminal,
    initiates up movement.
    Changing switch key position, connected to S2 terminal,
    initiates down movement.
    Choosing a middle position stops the blind.
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    NOTE
    Venetian blind lamellas may be only operated by
    momentary switches.
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    NOTE
    Above operating modes and their default settings
    are modified automatically only in Home Center 2
    controller. In case of the Z-Wave network
    controllers from other manufacturers, these
    settings need to be manually adjusted (see section
    XV).
    !
    L NS1 S2
    L
    N
    M
    N
    O2 O1
    safety switch
    NC
    sensor
    NC
    Fibaro Roller
    Shutter
    B
    limit
    switches
    E. Calibration through a Fibar Command Class control frame.
    It’s possible to force the calibration process execution through
    sending a Fibar Command Class control frame through a Z-Wave
    network main controller (see a Fibar Command Class documenta-
    tion).
    WARNING
    It is recomended to monitor regulary operation of
    Fibaro Roller shutter in all modes. In case of gate
    control mode device, motor limit switches, infrared
    barriers and emergency stop should be monitored
    and maintained regulary
    !
    USING ASSOCIATIONS TO OPERATE ROLLER
    SHUTTERS CONNECTED TO VENETIAN BLINDS.
    Using association mechanism to operating venetian blinds requires
    configuring both, I-st and II-nd association groups.
    I ASSOCIATION GROUP
    Clicking button, connected to S1 terminal will initiate up
    movement of the connected venetian blind and other devices
    associated in I-st association group.
    Fibaro Roller
    Shutter
    L NS1 S2
    L
    N
    M
    N
    O2
    B
    O1
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Fibaro Roller Shutter FGRM-222 specificaties

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Merk Fibaro
Model Roller Shutter FGRM-222
Product Niet gecategoriseerd
EAN 5902020528227
Taal Engels
Bestandstype PDF
Poorten & interfaces
Aantal AC uitgangen -
Technische details
Ingangsspanning 110 - 230V
Frequentie 50/60Hz
Compatibiliteit Z-Wave
Gewicht en omvang
Afmetingen (BxDxH) 37 x 17 x 42mm
Breedte 37mm
Diepte 42mm
Hoogte 17mm
Eisen aan de omgeving
Temperatuur, in bedrijf 0 - 40°C
Temperatuur, in bedrijf 0 - 40°C
Energie
Voltage 110 - 230V
AC invoer frequentie 50 - 60Hz
Kenmerken
Kleur van het product Zwart
Frequentie 868.4MHz
Maximum outdoorbereik 100m
Maximum indoorbereik 30m
Ingebouwd display
Soort bediening K✗ppen
Op afstand bedienbaar
Producttype Motorcontroller

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