10-CHANNEL ACTUATOR

CAUTION! All work related to the installation, connection, setting up, service and support must be carried out by qualified personnel with sufficient skills and experience in working with electrical equipment.

To avoid the risk of fire, electric shock, damage to the system and/or personal injury, the system installation and assembly must be performed in accordance with the instructions listed below:

  • all connectivity work must be carried out with the power turned OFF;
  • use appropriate tools and personal protection against electric shock;
  • do not use damaged cables, wires and connectors;
  • avoid folding the cables and wires;
  • do not apply excessive force to the wires by kinking or pressing them too hard: the inner conductors of the cables and wires may get stripped or damaged;
  • do not use the power socket with poor contacts to connect;
  • do not exceed the load limit parameters specified in the manual;
  • the supply conductors wire section is subject to the specifications for current density limit, insulation type and wire material. Light section can result in cable overheating and fire.

When the power is on, NEVER:

  • connect/disconnect the connectors;
  • open modules and sensors.


Example of connection


Module parameters

Parameter name Value
Output channels qty 10
Input voltage 0-250V
Current type AC/DC
Max load per channel 8 A
Max load per group 20 A
Max load per device 60 A
Power supply 11.5 … 27.5 V DC from CAN
Max current(24V) 315 mA
Permissible section of power supply cable to connect in socket:
single-conductor cable
multiple-conductor cable
tipped multiple-conductor cable
0.5 … 4mm2
0.5 … 4mm2
0.5 … 2.5mm2
Bus type CAN (4-wire)
Equipment installation type DIN-rail (EN 60715)
Case material ABS
Protection IP40
Temperature range -10 … +50 °C
Size 6U, 104x85x58 mm
Weight 250 g

Connection of actuators

Caution: Before applying power to the module, you must properly configure the outputs in the application. The contacts configured incorrectly can lead to simultaneous power supply to both channels, resulting in the module failure and/or failure of the equipment connected to it, and even a fire.
If free (unused) channels remain in a given group after a curtain/jalousie/shutter actuator with low-voltage control or gate actuator has been connected to it, these channels need to be left unused. (Do not connect other devices to them!)

Connection of the lights/electric contactor/heating thermal actuator


Sample HW for this configuration

hw="out='LLLL'"

Connection of curtain/jalousie/shutter actuator with 220V force control


Sample HW for this configuration

hw="out='B-B-'"

Connection of curtain/jalousie/shutter actuator with low-voltage control


Sample HW for this configuration

hw="out='B-B-'"

Connection of single-pole gate actuator


Sample HW for this configuration

hw="out='XXXX'"

Connection of double-pole gate actuator


Sample HW for this configuration

hw="out='G-G-'"

Connection of single-pole water/gas supply valve


Sample HW for this configuration

hw="out='RRRR'"

Connection of double-pole water/gas supply valve


Sample HW for this configuration

hw="out='V-V-'"

Connection of fancoil control unit


Sample HW for this configuration

hw="out='FFFF'"

Indication of module operation.

Indicator Status Description
Power Power
Power not available
Activity Transferring data
No data transferring
Error No errors
Overheating

(blinking)

The device blinks once every two seconds. The data has not been transferred via the CAN bus for at least 5 minutes.

Module installation and connection procedure

  1. Install the module in the switchboard on the DIN rail and fix it with the special latch on the module base.
  2. Connect the CAN connector.
  3. Connect the X1-X6 connectors.
  4. Configure the module using LT setup.
  5. Apply power to the load.
  6. Check all equipment for proper operation.

Module shut-off and deinstallation procedure

  1. Disconnect the power from the load.
  2. Disconnect the connectors X1-X6.
  3. Disconnect the CAN connector.
  4. Remove the module from the DIN rail, releasing the latch at the bottom of the module base.

HW Settings

Name Type, range SUBID Default Description
runtime integer 0-100 1-10 15 Runtime is the open/close time in seconds, is used for jalousie(2 pole), gate(2 pole), valve(2 pole); Example: rumtime=15
hold integer 0-10000 1-10 500 hold is the bridging time in miliseconds, is used for gate(1 pole), lock; Example: hold=3500
def string 'ON' 1-10 'OFF' def is the element status is set after restart, is used for lamp, heating, valve(1 pole); Example: def='ON'
out char[18] 98 'LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL' Each char is responsible for the type of a particular channel

  • ‘L’-Lamp;
  • ‘M’-Lamp Inverse;
  • ‘J’-Heating NO, valve-heating, normally open;
  • ‘H’-Heating NC, valve-heating, normally closed;
  • ‘B’-Blinds, jalousie/curtains(2 pole);
  • ‘C’-Blinds Inverse, jalousie/curtains, invert open-close(2 pole);
  • ‘G’-Gate (2 pole), 2 pole gate;
  • ‘D’-Gate (2 pole) Inverse, 2 pole gate, invert open-close;
  • ‘X’-Gate (1 pole /short press), 1 pole gate;
  • ‘Z’-Gate (1 pole) Inverse, 1 pole gate, invert open-close;
  • ‘V’-Valve (2 pole), 2 pole valve,;
  • ‘W’-Valve (2 pole) Inverse, 2 pole valve, invert open-close;
  • ‘R’-Valve (1 pole), 1 pole valve;
  • ‘S’-Valve (1 pole) Inverse, 1 pole valve, invert open-close;
  • ‘K’-Lock (short press);
  • ‘N’-Lock (short press) Inverse;
  • ‘F’-FanCoil. Group1 (Lamp Toggle). For fancoil speed control;
  • ‘E’-FanCoil. Group2 (Lamp Toggle). For fancoil speed control;
  • ‘Q’-FanCoil. Group3 (Lamp Toggle). For fancoil speed control;
  • ‘U’-FanCoil. Group4 (Lamp Toggle). For fancoil speed control;
  • ‘I’-FanCoil. Group5 (Lamp Toggle). For fancoil speed control;
  • ‘-‘-none, nothing is connected.

Example: out='BGLKMVX'

Example:

<item addr="300:1" cfgid="61" hw="runtime=60" name="Jalousie" sub-type="120" type="jalousie" uniq_id="117"/>
<item addr="300:3" auto-period="600" cfgid="61" hw="def='ON'" name="Lamp" type="lamp" uniq_id="110"/>
<item addr="300:4" cfgid="61" hw="runtime=30" name="Gate" sub-type="120" type="gate" uniq_id="118"/>
<item addr="300:6" auto-period="600" cfgid="61" hw="hold=5000" name="Lamp" type="lamp" uniq_id="113"/>
<item addr="300:7" cfgid="61" hw="def='ON'" name="Radiator" type="valve-heating" uniq_id="119">
    <automation name="Eco" temperature-level="16" uniq_id="120"/>
    <automation name="Comfort" temperature-level="22" uniq_id="121"/>
    <automation name="Hot" temperature-level="25" uniq_id="122"/>
</item>
<item addr="300:8" cfgid="61" hw="def='ON'" name="Radiator" type="valve-heating" uniq_id="123">
    <automation name="Eco" temperature-level="16" uniq_id="124"/>
    <automation name="Comfort" temperature-level="22" uniq_id="125"/>
    <automation name="Hot" temperature-level="25" uniq_id="126"/>
</item>
<item addr="300:10" cfgid="61" hw="hold=2000" name="Gate" sub-type="120" type="gate" uniq_id="127"/>
<item addr="300:97" cfgid="61" name="Temperature" system="yes" type="temperature-sensor" uniq_id="106"/>
<item addr="300:98" cfgid="61" hw="out='BLGKHJ-X'" name="Temperature" system="yes" type="temperature-sensor" uniq_id="107"/>