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niko 410-00351 2-Channel Receiver with 2-Potential Free Contact User Manual

niko 410-00351 2-Channel Receiver with 2-Potential Free Contact

Before installing the device, carefully read this operating manual.

DESCRIPTION

De 410-00351 is a two channel receiver with two potential free contacts. The receiver can be operated in ON/OFF, PULSE and PUSH BUTTON modes. The ON/OFF mode can also be used with two TIMER functions and a LOGIC function.

INSTALLATION

The device is intended for installation on a standard DIN rail (35 x 7.5 mm).

  1. Switch off the power supply.
  2. Mount the 410-00351 onto the rail.
  3. Connect the cables for the power supply and for the devices in accordance with the connection diagram.
  4. Switch on the supply voltage.
  5. Program the receiver according to the operating manual.

In unfavorable environmental conditions, the external antenna 410-00359 can be used to improve wireless reception (to be bought separately).

OPERATION AND USE

The device is intended for mounting on a DIN rail in a distribution box or a control cabinet in dry rooms. The unit may only be used as a wireless receiver for activating electrical devices in accordance with the load table (see § 5). To be operated with wireless transmitters following the Easywave protocol.
The manufacturer shall not be liable for any damage caused by improper or non-intended use.

Display

Note: If you change the programming mode, all outputs are switched off and no switching operations are possible. If you return to operating mode, the outputs remain switched off.

Display Operating status Programming mode
LED GREEN
Power Power Supply voltage is on, LED is lit
LED RED
2TB 2-button operation LED 2TB flashes when a wireless signal is detected • Displays the selected operation

• Signals the programming or delete mode

1TB 1-button operation
1 LED output 1 flashes Output 1 switched Displays the output se- lected for programming
2 LED output 2 flashes Output 2 switched
Digital display
O…L Upon receiving a programmed

transmission code, the corresponding operating mode is displayed for 2 s.

Displays the selected operating mode.

Displays the number of seconds during Timer programming

Operating Operating status Programming mode
Programming button Start programming mode and select an operation
Mode button Select an operating mode
Channel 1 button Manually switch output ON/OFF. Select output 1
Channel 2 button Manually switch output ON/OFF. Select output 2

Operation

2-BUTTON OPERATION
In a 2-button operation (2TB), the transmitter buttons A and C switch the output ON or start or retrigger the TIMER functions. The transmitter buttons B or D switch OFF or stop the TIMER function. Only one transmission button must be programmed in the receiver. The code for the second button is assigned automatically. See § 4.1 for information about programming a 2-button operation.
Note: If a PULSE or PUSH BUTTON operating mode is programmed in 2-button operation, both buttons will always perform the same function.

Operating modes
There are several operating modes available. Below you will find an overview of all operating modes and their function. See § 4.1 for information about programming an operating mode.

Operating mode Description 2-button operation (2TB) transmitter button 1-button operation (1TB) transmitter button
A B C D A B C D
ON/OFF The output is switched ON and OFF in 1- or 2-button operation
0 I/O If the transmitter button is pressed for longer than 1.6 s when using 1TB, all outputs paired with the transmitter will be switched off ON OFF ON OFF ON/ OFF ON/ OFF ON/ OFF ON/ OFF
PULSE When a transmitter button is pressed, the output is activated for the duration of time specified in the operating mode.

Note: This is only possible with in 1-button mode. In 2-button mode, both buttons trigger the same operation

1 1 s Output is activated for 1.0 seconds ON ON ON ON ON ON
OFF after Timeout
TIMER The length of the switching time is permanently programmed. The output switches ON for the duration of the selected time

The switching time can be retriggered (retrig). Each new keystroke, before the time has expired, starts the switching time again

2 3 min Switch-off after 3 minutes without shutdown warning ON/ retrig OFF ON/ retrig OFF ON/ retrig ON/ retrig ON/ retrig ON/ retrig
3 7 min Switch-off after 7 minutes with shutdown warning* ON/ retrig OFF ON/ retrig OFF ON/ retrig ON/ retrig ON/ retrig ON/ retrig
* The shutdown procedure (!) is indicated as follows. 30 seconds before the end, the output switches OFF 1x briefly and then back ON. 15 seconds before the end, the output switches OFF 2x briefly then back ON. Note: When using energy-saving lamps, a shutdown warning is not possible and using this function can result in damage to the lamp
TIMER

(programmable)

The length of the switching time can be set for each transmitter or channel
4 Indi- vidual The length of the switching time can be set by the operator. Each transmitter can have its own switching time. The switching time that has been set for a transmitter can only be changed by reprogramming. The factory setting is 15 minutes switching time without shutdown warning. The timer can be retriggered. Switching time min: 1 s max: 16:40 h shutdown warning optional ON/ retrig OFF ON/ retrig OFF ON/ retrig ON/ retrig ON/ retrig ON/ retrig
5 Global The length of the switching time can be set by the operator. Each channel can have its own switching time. The programmed switching time applies to all transmitters of the respective channel (in this operating mode). If the switching time is changed, the changes also affect

transmitters that have already been programmed. The factory setting is 15 minutes switching time without shutdown warning. The timer can be retriggered. Switching time min: 1s max: 16: 40h shutdown warning optional

ON/ retrig OFF ON/ retrig OFF ON/ retrig ON/ retrig ON/ retrig ON/ retrig
PUSH BUTTON The output is active for as long as the transmitter button is held down
6 max. 36 s Switches OFF when the button is released or automatically after 10 or 36 seconds (depending on the type of Easywave switch) ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON
LOGIC All programmed transmission codes are combined according to an AND / OR logic. (only possible in 2-button operation)
7 Logic The Logic operating mode is subordinate to all other operating modes. Therefore, this operating mode does not function when a command is sent from a paired transmitter. ALL other operating modes must be OFF. If a different operating mode switches ON, LOGIC cannot switch OFF. Switching a different operating mode OFF while LOGIC is ON resets the LOGIC function. However, it can be started again at any time.

• OR relationship: if one of the programmed transmitters sends an A telegram (ON), the output switches on.

• AND relationship: if all of the programmed transmitters which previously sent an A, sent a B telegram (OFF), the output switches off

PROGRAMMING

Programming a transmitter code
Note: If a previously programmed transmitter is programmed again in the same output, the previous operating mode is overwritten with the new operating mode. 32 transmission codes can be programmed per output.

Operation Step Operation Button to press Display
2-button operation 1 Start the programming mode for 2-button operation 1x briefly LED 2TB flashes
2 Select the operating mode (OM). See § 3.3 repeatedly OM number appears on digital display
3 Select the switching output. Only one output can be active at any time. Change as often as required or LED 1 or LED 2 and LED 2TB flash
4 Send the transmission code Transmitter button Tx 1x briefly LED 2TB and LED of the selected output light up. When all the LEDS go out, the receiver is ready for operation
1-button operation 1 Start the programming mode for 1-button operation 2x briefly LED 1TB flashes
2 Select the operating mode (OM). See § 3.3 repeatedly OM number appears on digital display
3 Select the switching output. Only one output can be active at any time. Change as often as required or LED 1 or LED 2 and LED 1TB flash
4 Send the transmission code Transmitter button Tx 1x briefly LED 1TB and LED of the selected output flash. When all the LEDS go out, the receiver is ready for operation

Programming the TIMER

The switching times for operating modes 4 and 5 can be set individually for each output. The switching time is calculated using the base time measured during programming and the multiplier for the selected operating mode. The maximum base time is 60 seconds. After this time the measurement will stop automatically and you will be asked to set the multiplier.

INDIVIDUAL TIMER (4 )

The set switching time applies individually to transmitters programmed in this operating mode. The last set switching time is saved and used when programming a transmitter code.
It is possible to assign different switching times to different transmitters (e.g. transmitter 1: 10 s, transmitter 2: 99 s.). However, this kind of programming will only work if the following programming steps are followed: (see table). The switching time assigned to a transmitter can only be changed by reprogramming the transmitter.

Step Operation
1 Program the timer (see § 4.2.3)
2 Assign the transmitter to the set timer (see § 4.1)

GLOBAL TIMER (5 )
The set switching time applies globally to all transmitters that have been assigned to a channel. The last set switching time is also used for transmitters that have already been programmed.

PROGRAMMING THE TIMER

Step Operation Button to press Display
1 Start the programming mode 1x briefly LED 2TB flashes.
2 Select the timer operating mode (4 or 5) repeatedly OM number appears on digital display
3 Select the switching output. Only one output can be active at any time or LED 1/2 and LED 2TB flashes
4 Select the base time > 1,6 s LED 2TB + 1TB flash alternately. LED 1 or LED 2 lights up.

Display displays the passing seconds.

5 Save the base time 1x briefly LED 1 or LED 2 and LED 2TB + 1TB light up. Display: multipier (A) flashes

Currently selected multiplier is shown

6 Select the multiplier to be used for the set base time (see § 4.2.5) repeatedly LED of the selected output and LED 2TB + 1TB light up
7 Save switching time (=base time multiplied by the multiplier) 1x briefly LED 1/2 and LED 2TB + 1TB light up. Display: multipier (A) flashes

If all red LEDs go out, the receiver is ready for operation

 CONVERSION TABLE OF TIMER

Multiplier for base time
Seconds Display 1 (A ) 10 (C ) 100 (E ) 1000 (F )
1 1 0:00:01 0:00:10 0:01:40 0:16:40
2 2 0:00:02 0:00:20 0:03:20 0:33:20
3 3 0:00:03 0:00:30 0:05:00 0:50:00
4 4 0:00:04 0:00:40 0:06:40 1:06:40
5 5 0:00:05 0:00:50 0:08:20 1:23:20
6 6 0:00:06 0:01:00 0:10:00 1:40:00
7 7 0:00:07 0:01:10 0:11:40 1:56:40
8 8 0:00:08 0:01:20 0:13:20 2:13:20
9 9 0:00:09 0:01:30 0:15:00 2:30:00
10 0 0:00:10 0:01:40 0:16:40 2:46:40
11 1 0:00:11 0:01:50 0:18:20 3:03:20
12 2 0:00:12 0:02:00 0:20:00 3:20:00
13 3 0:00:13 0:02:10 0:21:40 3:36:40
14 4 0:00:14 0:02:20 0:23:20 3:53:20
15 5 0:00:15 0:02:30 0:25:00 4:10:00
16 6 0:00:16 0:02:40 0:26:40 4:26:40
17 7 0:00:17 0:02:50 0:28:20 4:43:20
18 8 0:00:18 0:03:00 0:30:00 5:00:00
19 9 0:00:19 0:03:10 0:31:40 5:16:40
20 0 0:00:20 0:03:20 0:33:20 5:33:20
21 1 0:00:21 0:03:30 0:35:00 5:50:00
22 2 0:00:22 0:03:40 0:36:40 6:06:40
23 3 0:00:23 0:03:50 0:38:20 6:23:20
24 4 0:00:24 0:04:00 0:40:00 6:40:00
25 5 0:00:25 0:04:10 0:41:40 6:56:40
26 6 0:00:26 0:04:20 0:43:20 7:13:20
27 7 0:00:27 0:04:30 0:45:00 7:30:00
28 8 0:00:28 0:04:40 0:46:40 7:46:40
29 9 0:00:29 0:04:50 0:48:20 8:03:20
30 0 0:00:30 0:05:00 0:50:00 8:20:00
31 1 0:00:31 0:05:10 0:51:40 8:36:40
32 2 0:00:32 0:05:20 0:53:20 8:53:20
33 3 0:00:33 0:05:30 0:55:00 9:10:00
34 4 0:00:34 0:05:40 0:56:40 9:26:40
35 5 0:00:35 0:05:50 0:58:20 9:43:20
36 6 0:00:36 0:06:00 1:00:00 10:00:00
37 7 0:00:37 0:06:10 1:01:40 10:16:40
38 8 0:00:38 0:06:20 1:03:20 10:33:20
39 9 0:00:39 0:06:30 1:05:00 10:50:00
40 0 0:00:40 0:06:40 1:06:40 11:06:40
41 1 0:00:41 0:06:50 1:08:20 11:23:20
42 2 0:00:42 0:07:00 1:10:00 11:40:00
43 3 0:00:43 0:07:10 1:11:40 11:56:40
44 4 0:00:44 0:07:20 1:13:20 12:13:20
45 5 0:00:45 0:07:30 1:15:00 12:30:00
46 6 0:00:46 0:07:40 1:16:40 12:46:40
47 7 0:00:47 0:07:50 1:18:20 13:03:20
48 8 0:00:48 0:08:00 1:20:00 13:20:00
49 9 0:00:49 0:08:10 1:21:40 13:36:40
50 0 0:00:50 0:08:20 1:23:20 13:53:20
51 1 0:00:51 0:08:30 1:25:00 14:10:00
52 2 0:00:52 0:08:40 1:26:40 14:26:40
53 3 0:00:53 0:08:50 1:28:20 14:43:20
54 4 0:00:54 0:09:00 1:30:00 15:00:00
55 5 0:00:55 0:09:10 1:31:40 15:16:40
56 6 0:00:56 0:09:20 1:33:20 15:33:20
57 7 0:00:57 0:09:30 1:35:00 15:50:00
58 8 0:00:58 0:09:40 1:36:40 16:06:40
59 9 0:00:59 0:09:50 1:38:20 16:23:20
60 0 0:01:00 0:10:00 1:40:00 16:40:00

Conversion seconds with multiplier in time (Hr: min: sec)

MULTIPLIER OVERVIEW

Multiplier to be used for the set base time.

Multipier
A 1 x seconds
C 10 x seconds
E 100 x seconds
F 1000 x seconds
H 100! x seconds with shutdown warning

Deleting the transmitter
In delete mode, individual transmitters can be deleted from the memory of an output. If a transmitter is programmed in several outputs, it must be deleted individually from each output as neces-sary. If an attempt is made to delete a transmitter that is not programmed into the selected output, the LEDS flash quickly and the receiver remains in delete mode.

Step Operation Button to press Display
1 Start the programming mode 1x briefly or 2x briefly LED 2TB flashes LED 1TB flashes
2 Select operating mode L (delete mode) repeatedly L
3 Select output.

Only one output can be selected. Output can be changed as often as required

or LED 1 or LED 2 and LED xTB flash.
4 Start the delete mode

(If you want to cancel 1x P < 1.6 s)

until (> 1.6 s) LED output and 2TB and 1TB flash quickly
5 Send the transmission code to delete the transmitter from the selected output Transmitter button Tx 1x briefly LED output and 2TB and 1TB light up.

When all the LEDs go out, the receiver is ready for operation

Resetting an output
A separate reset can be carried out for each output. All programmed transmitters are deleted and all switching times for the respective output are reset.

Step Operation Button to press Display
1 Start the programming mode 1x briefly or 2x briefly LED 2TB flashes LED 1TB flashes
2 Select operating mode L (delete mode) repeatedly L
3 Select output.

Only one output can be selected. Output can be changed as often as required

or LED 1/2 and LED xTB flash
4 Start the delete mode

(If you want to cancel 1x P < 1.6 s)

until (> 1.6 s) LED output and 2TB and 1TB flash quickly
5 Send the transmission code to delete all transmission codes from the selected output and to reset the TIMER until (> 1.6 s) LED output and 2TB and 1TB light up.

When all the LEDs go out, the receiver is ready for operation

Resetting to factory settings

Buttons to press Display
Start factory reset Press and hold  + press  + simultaneously using 3 fingers shows for 4 s.

If the display is off, the receiver is ready for operation

If you reset to factory settings, all settings of all outputs will be reset to the factory settings. All programmed transmitters are deleted and all switching times are reset to the initial value.

SPECIFICATIONS

Frequency 868.30 MHz
Modulation FSK
Protocol Easywave
Power supply 230 V AC 50 Hz
Output 2 potential-free contacts max. 16 A / 230 V ~ (normally open)
Power consumption 0.4 W standby

max. 1.2 W without load

Connected load see § 6
Operating temperature -20 °C to +45 °C
Dimensions (W/L/H) 34.5 / 89.6 / 62.8 mm
Weight 108 g

LOAD TABLE

Load type max. load
Capacitive load
Dimmable LED lamps 2A / 400 VA
Ohmic load
Incandescent lamps, 230 V halogen lamps etc. 16 A / 3,680 VA
Inductive load
Halogen lamps with wound transformers (transformer at least 85 % loaded) 3 A / 690 VA
Non- or serial-compensated fluorescent lamps with fer- romagnetic ballasts 3 A / 690 VA
Parallel-compensated fluorescent lamps with fer- romagnetic ballasts 3 A / 720 VA
Electronic ballast capacity
Electronic ballasts, electronic transformers, etc. 4 A / 920 VA

Warnings regarding installation

The installation of products that will permanently be part of the electrical installation and which include dangerous voltages shall be carried out by a qualified installer and in accordance with the applicable regulations. This user manual must be presented to the user. It should be included in the electrical installation file and it should be passed on to any new owners. Additional copies are available on the Niko website or via Niko customer services.

CE marking

This product complies with all of the relevant European guidelines and regulations. For radio equipment, Niko llc declares that the radio equipment in this manual conforms with the 2014/53/EU directive. If applicable, the full text of the EU Declaration of Conformity can be found on www.niko.eu

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Environment

Do not dump this product with unsorted waste. Bring it to a recognized waste collection point. Together with producers and importers, you have an important role to play in the advancement of sorting, recycling, and reusing discarded electrical and electronic appliances. In order to finance the waste collection and processing, the government levies a recycling contribution in some cases (included in the purchase price of this product).

Documents / Resources

niko 410-00351 2-Channel Receiver with 2-Potential Free Contact [pdf] User Manual
410-00351, 2-Channel Receiver with 2-Potential Free Contact, 410-00351 2-Channel Receiver with 2-Potential Free Contact

References

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