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ABB 6136/30M-101 Operating Instructions Manual

ABB 6136/30M-101 Operating Instructions Manual


ENG Operating Instructions
Rev. 1


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  • Page 1 0073-1-6640 Rev. 1 Raumpanel 6136/30M-101 24.01.2006 6936/30M-101 Controlpanel 6136/100M-101 6936/100M-101 Controlpanel 6136/100C-101 6936/100C-101 Controlpanel 6136/100CB-101 6936/100CB-101 ENG Operating Instructions...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents ............................... 3 Safety................................5 Technical data ............................. 6 Unit view............................... 7 Function overview............................8 Operation..............................9 Touch screen ............................9 Fundamentals ............................9 Safeguarding the screen........................11 System settings..........................12 Room thermostat, climate ........................17 6.5.1 Integrated room thermostat ....................18 6.5.2 External room thermostats.....................
  • Page 4 Remote control ............................36 Busch-Jaeger hand-held transmitter 6010-25..................36 Bang & Olufsen hand-held transmitter BEO4 ..................37 7.2.1 Switching and dimming of lamps ................... 38 7.2.2 Calling up and saving light scenes ..................39 7.2.3 Switching off the consumers....................39 Installation..............................
  • Page 5: Safety

    Safety Work on the 230 V supply system may only be performed by specialist staff! De-energize mains power supply prior to installation and/or disassembly! A scratched screen surface will affect monitor handling. Never use any hard or sharp-pointed objects for entries on the touch screen monitor. The screen surface may be damaged by such objects! Do not spray any detergents directly on the screen surface.
  • Page 6: Technical Data

    Technical data Rated voltage 230V ±10%, ~50 Hz/60 Hz Power consumption < 20VA Operating temperature 0°C to +45°C Storage -20°C to +60°C Bus connection (TP) Bus terminal block Room thermostat measuring range 0°C to +40°C Dimensions incl. frame (W x H x D) 218 mm x 185 mm x 67 mm Flush-mounting box Dimensions (W x H x D)
  • Page 7: Unit View

    Unit view 1 Display 320 x 240 pixels 2 MMC/SD card reader Fig.1...
  • Page 8: Function Overview

    Function overview Function 6136/30M-101 6136/100M-101 6136/100C-101 6936/30M-101 6936/100M-101 6936/100C-101 6136/100CB-101 6936/100CB-101 Total of functions Scope of scenes 32 scenes, 10 32 scenes, 20 32 scenes, 20 actuator groups actuator groups actuator groups Scope of time programmes 5 channels with 20 channels with...
  • Page 9: Operation

    Operation Touch screen The screen has a surface which reacts when touched (touch screen). To navigate in the control system, touch the buttons on the operating surface. Use the supplied pen or a finger to do this. Fig.2 Fundamentals The functions of the room/control panel are software-dependent and are determined by the saved project.
  • Page 10 The buttons "1" (Fig. 4) and "2" (Fig. 5) or any other buttons allow changing between the different screen views. Fig. 4 Fig. 5 O On the room panels 6136/xx and 6936/xx, up to 8 operating pages can be programmed and up to 21 operating pages in the control panels 6136/xx and 6936/xx.
  • Page 11: Safeguarding The Screen

    Media Audio and video equipment may be pages controlled directly through icons if this has been implemented during the configuration of the room/control panel (Extra devices to execute the EIB-Telegramms are necessary). Fig. 8 Safeguarding the screen To safeguard the unit against unauthorized or unintended use, call up the main page and press on the start page title on the top left in the display for more than 3 seconds.
  • Page 12: System Settings

    System settings Select the "System" button on the main page to access the basic unit settings and to adapt them if required or to transfer a new project. Access to the system settings can be safeguarded by a PIN code or completely blocked.
  • Page 13 Time ● Set the correct time using the arrow keys. ● Confirm your entry with "OK". Fig. 12 To save energy, the display lighting switches Display lighting itself off automatically when the unit is not actuated. ● Select the desired "Lighting Off" time from the list or disable the automatic "Lighting Off"...
  • Page 14 Volume Caution! These settings also apply to the alarm sounds. ● Set the volume of sound messages using the slider or the arrow keys. ● Confirm your entry with "OK". Fig. 14 Contrast/ ● Set the screen brightness and the contrast Brightness using the sliders.
  • Page 15 Alert ● You may select the alert message tone message from the list. ● You may also test the selected tone if you wish. ● Confirm your entry with "OK". Fig. 17 ● You may select the timer/alarm clock tone Timer/ Alarm from the list.
  • Page 16 Keypad ● You may enable or disable the signalling tones tone for button actuation. ● Confirm your entry with "OK". Fig. 20 Adjusting the touch display will usually not be Touch adjustment necessary. Should you still go wrong frequently with your pen or your finger, please adjust the touch display.
  • Page 17: Room Thermostat, Climate

    Commis- Call up commissioning only if the unit is to be re- sioning programmed. ● See chapter "Programming". Fig. 23 You can ensure (synchronise) the accuracy of Synchro- nisation of the device-integrated clock either through the Clock power supply network or through a quartz crystal. A synchronisation through the internal quartz crystal is necessary when the room/control panels is used in conjunction with instable power...
  • Page 18: Integrated Room Thermostat

    6.5.1 Integrated room thermostat ● Select the room temperature display button on the main page in order to call up or adapt the settings of the integrated room thermostat if necessary. The current operating mode of the room thermostat (heating/cooling) is shown as a symbol on the main page.
  • Page 19: External Room Thermostats

    Setting the ● Select the desired operating mode. room ● Set the desired set value using the arrow thermostat keys. ● Confirm your entry with "OK". Fig. 27 6.5.2 External room thermostats ● Select the "Heating system" button on an operating page (or another button as required).
  • Page 20: Time Programmes

    Displaying ● Select the desired room thermostat. and/or ● The current operating mode is displayed modifying and can be changed if necessary. the room thermostat ● Select the operating mode to be changed. ● Confirm your entry with "OK". Fig. 30 Time programmes All switching functions for lighting, blinds or the heating system can also be controlled automatically using time programmes.
  • Page 21: Calling Up/Modifying Time Programmes

    6.6.1 Calling up/modifying time programmes ● To call up and modify the time programmes, select the button displaying the date/time. – The possible time programmes are displayed. Fig. 31 ● Select the desired time programme. – The possible switching times are displayed.
  • Page 22: Modifying Switching Times

    6.6.2 Modifying switching times ● Setting the weekday ● Setting the switching time Fig. Fig. 35 ● Setting the switching status ● Setting the switching function (see chapter 6/7) Fig. Fig. 37...
  • Page 23: Astro Function

    6.6.3 Astro function The astro function automatically adapts the switching times to the course of the year (e.g. the blinds open earlier during summer than during winter). ● To activate the astro function, select the "Astro Function" button. – The Astro Function is displayed. Fig.
  • Page 24 ● In the second step, select the "Closing Time" button and enter the desired time. To enter further times, go back to the switching times and select the next switching time there. Fig. 41...
  • Page 25: Setting Of Pin Code

    6.6.4 Setting of PIN code Certain settings of the room/control panels can be safeguarded by a PIN (personal identification number). If required, enter your PIN on the keypad. A different 4-digit number may be used for each function area. PIN code-protected areas may be: ●...
  • Page 26: Holiday And Presence Simulation

    Holiday and presence simulation Holiday If certain time programmes are to be carried out only during your holidays (e.g. temperature function reduction) or not during your holidays (e.g. automatic outdoor lights), the holiday function allows setting this in the time programmes, see chapter 6.6.2. ●...
  • Page 27 ● Enable the holiday function. The time programmes which are only or not carried out during holidays are enabled or disabled at the set dates. Fig. 45 To make your house appear as if there are people living in it although you are absent, enable Presence simulation the integrated presence simulation function.
  • Page 28: Lights And Light Scenes

    Lights and light scenes The individual and flexible configuration of the touch buttons allows switching all electrical units which are integrated into the EIB or Powernet system, especially lamps. The respective switching statuses are shown in the display either as plain text or as symbols (e.g. an incendescent lamp).
  • Page 29 Calling up ● To start a light scene, select a button for light an area, e.g. "Living room" on the start scenes page and then the button for a light scene. ● Start the light scene here using the corresponding button. Fig.
  • Page 30: Controlling Blinds/Roller Blinds

    Controlling blinds/roller blinds All blinds and roller blinds integrated into your EIB/Powernet system can be controlled if this has been configured in your project. Manual ● To control the roller blind, select e.g. the control button "Roller blind" on the start page and then the corresponding button.
  • Page 31: List Of Alerts

    6.10 List of alerts To notify faults in the EIB system or triggered alerts, the room/control panel can generate and manage messages and show them on the display, e.g. heating system failure or alarm system activation. List of If there is an alert, a special window opens alerts where the message is displayed in plain text with date and time.
  • Page 32 The "Clear list" button deletes all entries. Fig. 53 Message The control panel can be used as a message centre, i.e. windows and doors can be monitored function using window contacts and rooms can be monitored by means of motion detectors. (only for If a window is broken open or if a motion detector detects a motion inside a room while the control...
  • Page 33 Activation/ ● To activate/inactivate the message centre, inactivati- select the "Message system" page and on of then the button "Activate/Inactivate Alarm message System". centre The operating status of the message system is shown by a symbol. Fig. 54 ● After selecting "Armed" or "Disarmed", you will be requested to enter the PIN code.
  • Page 34: 6.11 Information

    6.11 Information You may leave a message for someone by using the info function. When enabling this function, an empty display page or the last saved information is shown. Each message remains in the foreground until it is confirmed with "OK" or deleted with "Clear". A symbol indicates when an information has arrived.
  • Page 35: 6.12 Timer/Alarm Clock

    6.12 Timer/Alarm clock The "Timer" function allows setting a space of time which is counted backwards after activation (hourglass). A certain time is set using the "Alarm clock" function. In both cases, your attention will be drawn to the expiry of the set time by an alarm sound. ●...
  • Page 36: Remote Control

    Remote control Busch-Jaeger hand-held transmitter 6010-25 All room and control panels are equipped with an infrared receiver and may be remote- controlled with the Busch-Jaeger hand-held transmitters 6010-25 and 6010-25-500. For detailed information and operating information, please refer to the separate Instruction Manual of the hand-held transmitter.
  • Page 37: Bang & Olufsen Hand-Held Transmitter Beo4

    Bang & Olufsen hand-held transmitter BEO4 The Bang & Olufsen hand-held transmitter BEO4 only works together with the control panels 6136/100CB and 6936/100CB. The IR hand-held transmitter provides the following possibilities for controlling the room panel: Light: Modification of lighting Record: Saving a light scene 0 –...
  • Page 38: Switching And Dimming Of Lamps

    7.2.1 Switching and dimming of lamps ● Press "Light" button on remote control unit. – The word "LIGHT" appears in the remote control unit display. This mode is active for 25 seconds. After this, the display goes back to audio/video. Press the LIGHT key one more time if required.
  • Page 39: Calling Up And Saving Light Scenes

    7.2.2 Calling up and saving light scenes ● Press "Light" button on remote control unit. – The word "LIGHT" appears in the remote control unit display. This mode is active for 25 seconds. After this, the display goes back to audio/video. Press the LIGHT key one more time if required.
  • Page 40: Installation

    Installation Electric installation ® ® ● Busch-Installationsbus EIB/KNX ● Busch Powernet connection connection Fig. 62 Fig. 63 Do not lay energized lines behind the unit through the flush-mounting box. Separate the TP bus from the mains lines!
  • Page 41: Installation Of Room/Control Panel

    Installation of room/control panel This unit may only be installed in flush-mounting box 6136/UP. 1. Fit terminals to the lines (230V, TP if required) (see chapter "Connection"). 2. Connect terminals to the unit. 3. Insert unit into flush-mounting box and tighten screws (Fig.
  • Page 42: Software

    Software Installation 1. Install the panel commissioning software from the current EIB database on a PC. (from V. 2. Import the product database into the ETS. 1.3) 3. Configure the unit and set the parameters. Power- 1. Install the panel commissioning software from the current EIB database or from the Power- Projekt 4.x Projekt CD.
  • Page 43: Programming

    Programming Call up "Commissioning" in the "System" menu. ● See chapter "System settings". ● You may now program the unit using an SD-/MMC card or via the bus. Fig. 66 Programming via the bus may take several hours, depending on the configuration. Use bus progamming only for minor project changes! We recommend programming with an SD/MMC card! Programm-...
  • Page 44 3. Highlight the project in the project list and press the "OK" button 4. The project is transferred from the SD/MMC card into the room/control panel and starts automatically. 5. The units exits the programming mode automatically and the basic view is displayed.
  • Page 45 Screen- During the configuration of the device, the saver use of pictures as screensavers can be activated (6136/100Cxxx). In this case, pictures can be transferred to the control panels using an SD/MMC card. Fig. 70 1. Insert the SD card into the control panel and press the "Screensaver"...
  • Page 46 1. Activate the “Macro recorder” button by pressing the button for more than 3 seconds (cassette icon on the display). 2. Perform the switching processes to be recorded in the desired order. 3. Every switching process to be recorded has to be confirmed with "Yes". Press the button "Yes+Exit"...

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