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niko 410-00352 Wireless 2-Channel Receiver for Motor Control Instructions

niko 410-00352 Wireless 2-Channel Receiver for Motor Control

DESCRIPTION

The 410-00352 DIN rail receiver is used for the control of tubular motors. Different modes are used for controlling roller shutters and blinds

Controlling roller shutters and blinds
ROLLER SHUTTER OPERATING MODES (R)

Roller shutter operating modes (R) generally carry out positioning commands immediately in self-maintained mode. Pressing the transmitter button briefly is all that is needed to move to a position (for example to open or close the roller shutter).

 BLIND OPERATING MODES (J)
In blind operating modes (J), to adjust the slats, each positioning command is initially interpreted as a push-button command. That means, that the blind will only move for as long as the transmitter button is held down. If the transmitter button is pressed for >1.6 seconds, the control system goes into self-maintained mode and the blind moves independently to a position or an endpoint.

 Lock mode
The lock mode allows the CLOSE direction of one or several outputs to be locked, therefore preventing accidental lockout. To do this, a separate transmitter must be programmed with the corresponding operating mode. Only transmitters with 2-button-operation (ON/OFF) can be used. If the lock mode is activated with the transmitter, the output only travels in the OPEN direction. If an attempt is made to travel in the CLOSE direction, the command is rejected and the LED for the corresponding channel flashes for 2 seconds.
 Positioning
Roller shutters and blinds can both be programmed with up to three positions. These can then be specifically approached with the relevant programmed transmitter. Positions are always approached from above to enable maximum precision. To be able to move positions, a runtime measurement for the connected roller shutter (or blind) is needed first.
 Adjustable runtime
The runtimes for each output in OPEN and CLOSE directions are individually measured and saved. The factory default setting is a runtime of 90 seconds. The maximum runtime that can be set is approximately 2 hours.
 Adjustable reversing time
For blind operating mode (J), each output can be programmed with a separate reversing time. If the reversing time has been programmed, after each STOP signal received during closing (CLOSE), the blind slats move in the OPEN direction for the set amount of time. Also, each time the position is changed, the blind reverses as soon as the position has been reached. So, the desired slat angle can be attained automatically after every position change. In default factory settings the reversing mode is deactivated.

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 410-00352 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 shall only be operated at AC voltages of 230 V / 50 Hz. Operate the devices only with loads that do not exceed the specified power limits (see § Specifications). This device is only intended for indoor use in dry and dust-free rooms. This module may only be used as a wireless receiver for switching electrical devices. To be operated with wireless transmitters following the Easywave protocol.

Display

Note: If you change the programming mode, all outputs are switched off, the HOLD function is deactivated, and no control is possible during programming. If you return to operating mode, the outputs remain switched off.

Operation

BUTTON OPERATION
In a 3-button operation (3TB), transmitter button A has the function OPEN (roller shutters/blinds are opened), transmitter button B has the function CLOSE (roller shutters/blinds are closed) and buttons C and D (if present) have the function STOP (movement is stopped).
For this operation, a transmitter with at least three connected buttons is necessary. Only one transmission button must be programmed in the receiver. The code for additional buttons is assigned automatically.
BUTTON OPERATION
In a 2-button operation (2TB), transmitter button A has the function OPEN (roller shutters/blinds are opened), transmitter button B has the function CLOSE (roller shutters/blinds are closed). The movement is stopped by pressing the button for the opposite direction. For this operation, a transmitter with two connected buttons is sufficient. Only one transmission button must be programmed in the receiver. The code for additional buttons is assigned automatically.

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.

PROGRAMMING

 Programming a transmitter code
The transmitter can be programmed in 3-button or 2-button-operation. 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 Button to press Display
Programming 3TB 1 Start the programming mode for 3-button operation 1x briefly LED 3TB flashes
2 Select the operating mode (OM). See §3.3 repeatedly OM number appears on digital display
3 Select output. Only one output can be selected. Change as often as required or LED 1 or LED 2 and LED 3TB flash
4 Send the transmission code Transmitter button x 1x briefly LED 3TB and LED of the selected output light up. When all LEDs go out, the receiver is ready for operation
Programming 2TB 1 Start the programming mode for 2-button operation 2x briefly LED 2TB flashes
2 Select the operating mode (OM). See §3.3 repeatedly OM number appears on digital display
3 Select output. Only one output can be selected. Change as often as required or LED 1 or LED 2 and LED 2TB flash
4 Send the transmission code Transmitter button X 1x briefly LED 2TB and LED of the selected output flash. When all LEDs go out, the receiver is ready for operation
If no buttons are pressed within 30 seconds, the 410-00352 automatically switches back to operating mode. The settings are not saved. Programming can be cancelled by pressing the P button several times. The order is: 3TB -> 2TB -> Operating mode. In operating mode, all red LEDS and the display are off, as long as no output is activated

Measure runtime

The runtime measurement is mandatory for all runtime dependent operating modes (e.g. moving position) and must be carried out separately for each output. As soon as the runtime measurement is activated, the roller shutter positioning commands are carried out by the programmed transmitters in self-maintained mode. To perform the runtime measurement, at least one transmitter must be programmed in a “regular” operating mode.
You can repeat the journeys in Step 6 as often as you like, as long as the runtime measurement mode is active. The last measurement for each direction is saved. If the runtime measurement is started with a transmitter, it must be completed with the same transmitter. Other transmitters will not be recognised for the duration of the measurement. After a reset, the default runtime is 90 seconds for both directions. The runtime measurement does not represent an electronic end position. Due to synchronisation, the programmed end positions are often exceeded by a few percent.

Step Operation Button to press Display
1 Fully open or close roller shutter/blind
2 Start the programming mode in 3- or 2-button mode 1x briefly or

2x briefly

LED 3TB flashes LED 2TB flashes
3 Select the runtime measurement operating mode (OM2) repeatedly 2
4 Select output. Only one output can be selected. Change as often as required or LED 1 or LED2

and LED 3TB flash

5 Start the runtime measurement > 1,6 s LED 3TB +

LED 1 or LED2

flash very slowly. Display shows rotating circles

6 Measure the runtime with the programmed transmitter for both end positions
6.1 Move the roller shutter to the first end position (OPEN or CLOSE). Give a STOP command as soon as the roller shutter has reached the end position Press the transmitter button x once to start opening or closing the shutter (button A or B). When the end position has been reached, press the STOP button on the same transmitter. In 3TB this is button C or D, in 2TB this it is the opposite button (see

§3.3, mode 0)

6.2 Move the roller shutter to the second end position (OPEN or CLOSE). Give a STOP command as soon as the roller shutter has reached the end position Press the transmitter button x once to start opening or closing the shutter (button A or B). When the end position has been reached, press the STOP button on the same transmitter. In 3TB this is button C or D, in 2TB this it is the opposite button (see

§3.3, mode 0)

7 Save the runtime > 1,6 s LED 3TB + 2TB

and LED 1 or LED 2 flash 2 s. When all the LEDs go out, the receiver is ready for op- eration again

Measure reversing time

The reversing time determines how long the blind will automatically move in the OPEN direction after receiving a STOP signal. This time applies to ALL blind operating modes. As soon as a reversing time is programmed, on a CLOSE journey in a blind operating mode, the output reverses as soon as a STOP signal is received. It also reverses when a set position is reached. However, there is no reversing when the end position is reached. As soon as the reversing time measurement is activated (Step 5), the blind performs the positioning command in PUSH BUTTON mode. To perform the reversing time measurement, at least one transmitter must be programmed in a “regular” operating mode.
You can repeat the measurement in Step 6 as often as you like and move the blind in both directions as desired. When the measurement is complete (point 7), the last measured runtime in the OPEN direction is saved. If the reversing time measurement is started with a transmitter, it must be completed with the same transmitter. Other transmitters will not be recognised for the duration of the measurement. After a reset, the default reversing time is 0 seconds. You can also restore this value by performing a reversing time measurement without moving the blind.

Step Operation Button to press Display
1 Move the blind with a programmed transmitter into any intermediate position with the slats completely closed
2 Start the programming mode in 3- or 2-button mode 1x briefly or

2x briefly

LED 3TB flashes LED 2TB flashes
3 Select reversing time measurement operating mode repeatedly

 

4 Select output. Only one output can be selected. Change as often as required or LED 1 or LED 2 + LED

3TB flash

5 Start the reversing time measurement > 1,6 s LED 3TB + LED 1 or LED2

flash very slowly.

The upper/lower and bars flash

6 Set the desired reversing time with the pro- grammed transmitter. The time of the last OPEN movement will be saved Transmitter button x
7 Reversing time measurement has ended and the reversing time is saved. When all the LEDS go out, the receiver is ready for operation again > 1,6 s LED 3TB + 2TB and

LED1 or LED2 flash 2 s. Display: for 2 s

Programming positions

Each output can be programmed with three separate positions for roller shutters and three separate positions for blinds. The programmed positions will always be applied when a CLOSE command is received from a programmed transmitter in the corresponding positioning operating mode (In blind operating modes, the position will be applied when the CLOSE direction button on the transmitter has been pressed for 1.6 seconds.)
You can only programme a position when the runtime measurement has been measured for the corresponding channel (see § 4.2). If the runtime measurement is missing, the LED for the selected output will flash when you try to programme a position and the programming will be cancelled.
You can continue to change the position of the roller shutter in Step 5 during the programming. The position that is saved is the position that it is in when the programming finishes (Step 6). After a reset, the default position is 100% CLOSED.

Step Operation Button to press Display
1 Move the roller shutter/blind with a programmed transmitter to the upper end position in an intermediate position
2 Start the programming mode in 3- or 2-button mode 1x briefly or

2x briefly

LED 3TB flashes LED 2TB flashes
3 Select the operating mode (OM 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 or A) repeatedly OM number on digital display

4…A

4 Select output. Only one output can be selected. Change as often as required or LED1 or LED2 and LED 3TB

flashes

5 Start programming the position. If necessary, correct the position of the roller shutter/blind with a programmed transmitter

> 1,6 s

LED 3TB and

LED1 or LED2 flash Display: centre line flashes

6 Current position of the roller shutter/blind is saved. When all the LEDs go out, the receiver is ready for operation again > 1,6 s LED output + 3TB + 2TB light up

Deleting the transmitter
In delete mode, individual transmitters can be deleted from the memory of an output.
Note: If the transmitter is programmed in several outputs, it must be deleted individually from each output as necessary. 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 in 3- or 2-button mode 1x briefly or

2x briefly

LED 3TB flashes LED 2TB flashes
2 Select delete mode L 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 + LED

xTB flash

4 Start delete mode > 1,6 s LED 3TB + 2TB and LED 1

or LED 2 flash quickly

5 Delete transmitter from the selected output Transmitter button x

1x briefly

LED 3TB + 2TB and LED 1

or LED 2 light up.

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

Deleting all transmission codes (Reset)
All programmed transmitters are deleted and all switching times for the respective output are reset. A reset must be performed individually for each output.

Step Operation Button to press Display
1 Start the programming mode in 3- or 2-button mode 1x briefly or

2x briefly

LED 3TB flashes LED 2TB flashes
2 Select delete mode L 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 + LED

xTB flash

4 Start delete mode > 1,6 s LED 3TB + 2TB and LED 1

or LED 2 flash quickly

5 Delete all transmitters from the selected output and reset all times to the factory default settings until

> 1,6 s

LED 3TB + 2TB and LED 1

or LED 2 light up.

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

SPECIFICATIONS

Frequency 868.30 MHz
Modulation FSK
Protocol Easywave
Power supply 230 V AC 50 Hz
Output 2 potential-loaded outputs each with 2 relay contacts
Power consumption 0.4 W standby

max. 1 W without load

Max. contact load

• ohmic load cos =1

• inductive load cos =0,8

6.0 A / 1,500 VA

4.8 A / 1,200 VA

Protection degree IP20
Operating temperature -20 °C to +45 °C
Dimensions (W/L/H) 34.5 / 89.6 / 62.8 mm
Weight 108 g

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.

Environment

Do not dump this product with the 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 410-00352 Wireless 2-Channel Receiver for Motor Control [pdf] Instructions
410-00352, Wireless 2-Channel Receiver for Motor Control

References

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