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****** Page 1 ****** DIGITAL YEARLY TIME/ASTRONOMICAL SWITCH DY365 User Manual ee•ee

****** Page 3 ****** Index Technical features Safety wamings • Dimensions Wiring diagrams Display and keyboard description Initial operation Start page (or main) • Menu description Settings menu Language setting menu Date setting menu Time setting menu Daylight saving time (DST)/winter time (CET) change setting menu Astronomical coordinates setting menu Random switchings setting menu Cycle switchings setting menu Protection PIN setting menu Manual operation menu Program menu Program menu: new Program menu: new daily timed Program menu: new weekly timed Program menu: new yearly timed (or monthly) Program menu: new holiday timed page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page 3 4 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 20 21 22 23 26 31 32 33 34 36 Program menu: new astro night Program menu: new astro daily Program menu: new astro weekly Program menu: new astro yearly (or monthly) Program menu: new astro holiday Program menu: check Program menu: modify Program menu: copy Program menu: delete • Bluetooth Bus menu Simple network configuration (one DY365, one or more remote actuators) Complex network configuration (several DY365, one or more remote actuators) Connection test Programs copy on the bus Reception programs on the bus • SYNC menu Hour couter menu Reset menu Firmware menu • Error signals Battery management Reference standards page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page page 38 42 43 44 46 48 50 52 53 54 56 58 58 59 60 61 62 64 66 68 69 70 70 User manual DY365

****** Page 4 ****** USER MANUAL DY365 is an electronic digital time switch for the management over time of the electrical devices. It allows time programming (periodicity: daily, weekly or annual) or astronomical programming. DY365 has two on-board relays but it’s able to control up to eight different channels (relay); the other six channels are realized by remote actuators available as accessories: DY365 4CE (4 relays) or DY365 2CE (2 relays), connected to the DY365 via BUS. Each channel can be associated with a different programming (time or astronomical). DY365 also offers the possibility to connect via BUS a GPS modulet DY GPS (available as an accessory), that captures the time and the position through the satellite system, ensuring high accuracy over time or DY DCF77 (available as an accessory), that captures the time ensuring high accuracy over time. The backup battery keeps the setings even in case of power failure and can be replaced through the cover (sealable). DY365 time switch has a Bluetooth interface that allows it to be coupled with mobile devices (smartphone or tablet). Thanks to the free app that can be downloaded from the AppStore and Google Play stores, it is possible to program and make settings directly on your smartphone, and then transfer all the data to the time switch. Code 2CSM221201RIOOO 2CSM250411RIOOO 2CSM250421RIOOO 2CSM22i 000 OOO Model DY365 DY GPS DY DCF77 DY365 4CE DY365 2CE DY365 Description Astronomical time switch with bus for connecting GPS modules and remote actuators GPS module for receiving time and position from satellites Time module for receiving time Remote actuator module with 4 auxiliary relays of 8A/ 250V Remote actuator module with 2 auxiliary relays of 8A/ 250V DY GPS / DY DCF77 DY365 4CE -2- DY365 2CE User manual DY365

****** Page 5 ****** TECHNICAL FEATURES Power supply: 230 vac (-15% +10%) 50/60 Hz Power consumption: 7 VA (2.6W) Lithium backup battery: 3V, CRI 4250 type (replaceable) 8 available channels* Terminals for: – device power supply (terminals 1-2) – auxiliary power supply output of 12V dc 80mA, iW (compatible with DY GPS or DY DCF77 power supply) (terminals 6-7) – communication bus for the connection of DY365 4CEt DY365 2CE, DY GPS or DY DCF77 additional modules (terminals 8-9) – monostable change-over relay with maximum switchable load of / 250V (terminals 10-11-12) – monostable change-over relay 2 with maximum switchable load of / 250V (terminals 16-17-18) Terminal block for cables with maximum cables section of 2.5 mm2 Display LCD with backlight (active with AC power supply) • Storable programs: 450 (900 events) (divisible on 8 channels) Actions type: I B Bluetooth BLE 4.2 communication interface (active with mains power supply) Operating frequency band: 2400-2483.5 MHz Maximum transmitted radiofrequency power: 4 dBm • Operating temperature: -20 + +50 oc Operating humidity: 20 90% non condensing Storage temperature: -25 + +70 oc Container: 4 DIN modules Protection degree: IP20 Insulation: reinforced between accessible parts (front) and all the other terminals * The 8 channels are realized physically by as many relays. The channels and 2 are realized by the relays mounted on the DY365; the other 6 channels are realized through the connection via bus of DY365 4CE / DY365 2CE additional modules. -3- User manual DY365

****** Page 6 ****** SAFETY WARNINGS • During product installation and operation it is necessary to observe the following ins&uctions: I) The instrument must be installed by a qualified person, strictly in observance of the connection diagrams shown in this manual. 2) After installation inaccessibility to the terminals without using dedicated tools must be guaranteed. 3) Before acæssing the connection terminals, make sure that the leads are not live. 4) Do not connect or feed the instrument if any part of it is damaged. 5) The product must be installed and activated in compliance with current electric systems standards. 6) Do not use the instrument for anything other than the indicated purpose. 7) In the electrical system upstream of the instrument must be installed a protection device against the overcurrents 8) The product can be used in environmen& with Measurement Category Ill and Pollution degree 2, according to the Standard 60730-1 to the device must be limited and the default device PW and Bluetooth password must be changed in order to avoid tempering of programs of relays. -4- User manual DY365 DIMENSIONS (mm) 72 00000 65 60

****** Page 7 ****** WIRING DIAGRAMS Connection of devices on the bus 1/0 extension port 230 v- 50/60 Hz L N Out 1 16(10) A 250 v- 1/0 extension port AUX 12V (1 W) 6789 Out 2 16(10) A 250 v- B 8 A [3 DY365 4CE DY DCF77 DY GPS/ DY DCF77 DY GPS and DY DCF77 must be powered by a DC voltage at 12V. This power supply can be obtained from terminals 6-7 of DY365 (see figure). OY365 OY GPS OY DCF77 Note: for details of the connections of the additional modules see the instructions supplied with the products. -5- User manual DY365

****** Page 8 ****** DISPLAY AND KEYBOARD DESCRIPTION 3 Clon- “on C2 aJ88: Boa CHANNEL ODAY12345fiZß9 1 2 3 4 5 OTurn on the display Access the menu ESC (one level back) 6 7 8 ESC O General indications @ Time indication + 0K @ Channel I/channel 2 status indication on/oæ C : active manual program + : blocked switchings U + O active random switchings U + G /DFF (flashing) : active cycle switchings n : active holiday program Cl active pulse program @ Channels status indication (CHANNEL) / days of the week (DAY) 2 configured channel (in off status) _s?gonfigured channel (in on status) failed configured channel (no communication) @’0″: decrease datum/previous menu/ switching channel I/ lock channel 1 S”: increase datum/next menu/ switching channel 2/ lock channel 2 O Confirm selection @ Hardware reset -6- User manual DY365

****** Page 9 ****** INITIAL OPERATION • Once out of the package, DY365 is off: press the key and wait a moment before activating the display • The set language is English. To change it, press the key for at least 3 seconds. Choose among: German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian and confirm with • Make connections following the diagrams on page 5 of this manual • Power DY365: the backlight turns on permanently. Power possible additional connected modules (DY365 4CE, DY GPS…) • The presence of the backup battery allows the DY365 to have updated date and time. To make the other settings follow the following steps: Date Astronomical coordinates – format: DD/MWYY – day of the week: Monday – country: France – city: Paris – latitude: North (480 51 ‘ 36″) – longitude: East (20 21 ‘ 00″) Daylight Saving time (DST) – start of daylight saving time (DST): change: active last Sunday of March at 02:00 o’clock – end of daylight saving time (DST): last Sunday of October at 03:00 o’clock Time correction: – sunrise: +0:00 – sunset: +0:00 UTC Time zone: Random switchings: – minimum: 1 minute – maximum: 5 minutes Cycle switchings: – ON duration: 1 minute – OFF duration: 1 minute PIN protection: disabled (—) Bluetooth: disabled (Password: 000000) GPS module: active User manual DY365

****** Page 10 ****** START PAGE (or main) ÜK <–—information messages date OFC2 relay 2 status hour channels status* relay 1 status Information messages – day of the week – GPS status (if enabled) – battery status (only if discharged) * See page 6. In this case there isn't any configured channel (no number turned on) ** Only if DY365 is not powered by mains. In this condition the backlight is not active and the relay is in off status. Press the key: to access the menu of the instrument and to scroll through the messages of DY365 to display the Bluetooth signal level or the calculated sunrise and sunset times *** The displayed times take into account possible entered values of correction (see page 16) if the display shows¯ O means thatthe calculated sunrise time is after the sunset time if the display show n means that the calculated sunrise time is before 00:00 or that the calculated sunset is at 23:59 NOTE: The device is supplied with deactivated Bluetooth interface. To activate it, access Bluetooth menu (see page 54). -8- User manual DY365 ****** Page 11 ****** Access the store of your device, install and start the free app DBT TIMER CSN"C' Richiesta di assoz.iazi«ve Bluetooth oooooaaooo User manual DY365 .2000'3E2 ****** Page 12 ****** O Activate Bluetooth on DY365 device (see page 54). At the start the app displays the list of the associated DY365 devices. To associate a new device, press the symbol " in the upper right corner. All the Bluetooth devices detected nearby are displayed: select the device to be associated from the list. Note: each device is identified by the product code (for example DY365) and by the serial number (for example 00000020). These informations can be viewed from the main page of the DY365 Warning: make sure that the DY365 is mains powered, Bluetooth interface is activated and that the display shows the main page (initial). Otherwise the Bluetooth interface is not active and the device is not visible Enter the password to associate the DY365 with your device After successfully completing the procedure, the DY365 is added in the list of the associated devices. Select the DY365 on which you want to act from the list of the associated devices Note: communication between the app and the DY365 is point-to-point. This means that even in the presence of multiple DY365, the app can communicate with one only at a time. The DY365 currently connected to the app displays the symbol * immediately after the serial number The app displays the initial page of the selected DY365. From this page you can: a. Create new programs that will then be copied to the DY365 b. Change the settings of the DY365 c. View the parameters and associate an alias to the DY365 d. Manually control the relay output/s and activate the random switching function or cycle function. -10- User manual DY365 nnnnnn¯' UUUUUUC CIO+ DAY 3 ****** Page 13 ****** MENU DESCRIPTION Clcæ 1 EEL-E INGE O "Settings" menu allows you to change: language, date, time, daylight saving time (DST), astronomical coordinates, minimum and maximum duration of the interval between two switchings with random program, PIN for keyboard lock. 2 3 @ "Manual" menu allows you to switch or to lock the status of any channel and to activate the function of random or cycle switchings. O "Programming" menu allows you to set a new program orto check, to copy, to modify or to delete a set program. bLüEL•ÜÜL-h LILE 5 SYNC 6 @ "Bus" menu allows you to configure additional relay modules and to transfer programs among DY365. @ "Sync" menu allows the configuration of DY GPS or DY DCF77 module. "Hour counter" menu allows you to check the operation hours (relay on) of the loads connected to each channel (relay). @ "Reset" menu allows you to reset settings, programmed settings, operating hour counter. @"Ver FW'J menu allows you to check the firmware version installed on the device. User manual DY365 @ "Bluetooth" menu allows you to configure the Bluetooth communication interface. 7 8 PE5EE uu 1 9 ****** Page 14 ****** SETTINGS MENU "Settings" menu allows you to view and eventually to modify the the general operation settings of DY365, such as: O language @date @time @ automatic daylight saving time (DST) change @ position (astronomical coordinates) @ interval duration between two random switchings O ON and OFF time duration for cycle switchings @ keys protection by PIN 1 LRNGURGE 2 dRL•E 3 SEE-E 4 5EEE dRBL SRV E 5 REL-Rü 6 SEE-E {No 0 PRNdÜlh'å 7 {No-I CYCLE SEE-E -12- User manual DY365 ****** Page 15 ****** Language setting menu spro 26/ In , 10 CIOF ox-C2 Available languages: German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian. 0k 0k :NG5 LRNGURGE LRNGURGE E-5PRNLU LRNGURGE FRANC R LRNGURGE L RING' IRGE Quick access: from the main page it's possible to access the language setting by pressing the key for at least 3 seconds. -13- User manual DY365 ****** Page 16 ****** Date setting menu BEE}: Cloæ Parameters modification 0k 1 F.üPMRE 0k Parameters modification 2 dRB dREE ESC DAY _ _ 3 O Possible date formats: day-month-year ( dd. month-day-year / dd.' BY @ Choose, by convention, the first day of the week. In Italy, for example, the first day of the week is Monday, in the UK itis Sunday. O Enter the date: day, month, year. If DY GPS is connected and active, DY365 synchronizes date, time and coordinates (longitude, latitude) thanks to the received GPS signal. If DY DCF77 is connected and active, DY365 synchronizes date and time only. Synchronization occurs automatically every 30 minutes and is indicated by flashing the field "Time" (2 times). The data received from DY GPS / DY DCF77 overwrite possible changes made manually. User manual DY365 ****** Page 17 ****** Time setting menu BEE}: Cloæ Parameters modification O Set the time: hours, minutes. 0k 0k 1 2 ZONE t.nn Parameters modification @ Set the time zone*. Range: -14:00 +14:00 (at 15 minutes steps). For Italy set +1:00. * The time zone must be set manuallly also with connected DY GPS module. If DY GPS is connected and active, DY365 synchronizes date, time and coordinates (longitude, latitude) thanks to the received GPS signal. If DY DCF77 is connected and active, DY365 synchronizes date and time only. Synchronization occurs automatically every 30 minutes and is indicated by flashing the field "Time" (2 times). The data received from DY GPS / DY DCF77 overwrite possible changes made manually. -15- User manual DY365 ****** Page 18 ****** Daylight saving time (DST)/winter time (CET) change setting menu Daylight saving time (DST)/winter time(CET) change and vice versa can occur in an automatic way. In this case, DY365: – increases by an hour in the passage from winter time (CET) to daylight saving time (DST) – decreases by an hour in the passage from daylight saving time (DST) to winter time (CET) For every change it's necessary to specify: 11 1 ue:uu the week of the month during which the time change occurs (first, second, thirdi fourtlt last) ue:uu 7 the day of the week (Monday: 1, Tuesday: 2, L R5E ue:uu the month …31—11 n 1 rtz:nn the hour In Italy,for example, daylight saving time (DST) begins occurs the last ( ) Sunday ( 7 ) of March ( ) at o'clock, and ends the last ) Sunday (7) of October (C ) o'clock. -16- User manual DY365 ****** Page 19 ****** spro CIOFF ox•C2 Parameters modification dRYL esc 1 5RVE EP 0k Parameters modification 2 'MEER LR5E 3 In u DAY •uu 7 O Choose to activate (RÜEÜ ON) orto disable (RLIE-Ü OFF) the automatic time change. @ Set date and time of the winter time (CET)-daylight saving time (DST) change. O Set date and time of the daylight saving time (DST)-winter time (CET) change. -17- User manual DY365 ****** Page 20 ****** Astronomical coordinates setting menu The setting of the geographical coordinates of the installation place allows DY365 to calculate, for each day of the year, sunrise and sunset times. To simplify the procedure, in the DY365 are stored the coordinates of the locations listed below; if your location is among them you can select it from the menu O, otherwise it's necessary to enter the coordinates of latitude and longitude (menu Note: the display on point O shows " if the coordinates have been entered manually or captured via DY GPS. Location stored in DY365: Major cities of France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Spain, United Kingdom and some other major cities in the rest of the world The correction of sunrise and sunset times is useful for applications that require the turning on of lights in particular localities. It's possible, in fact, that the presence of disturbing elements, such as the mountains, can influence actual times of sunrise and sunset, making it necessary to advance or delay of a few minutes the calculated times. The twilight is the time interval before sunrise, or after sunset, characterized by the permanence of the light due to the spread by the atmo- sphere of the Sun light. During these time intervals it's possible to distinguish clearly objects and conduct outdoor activities without using additional lighting. Therefore, in some applications it is more interesting to take as times of switching on and off the twilight (civil) in place of sunrise and sunset With DY365 it's possible to choose to turn on/off the loads depending on the times of sunrise and sunset or the civil twilight. The calculated time correction also applies to the times of twilight. To view the calculated switching on time (sunset) and switching off time (sunrise), from the main page press the key 0k (see page 8). -18- User manual DY365 ****** Page 21 ****** 1 spro CIOFF Parameters modification SEEL- 0k O Choose the installation location. If it's not present, proceed with steps@ and O. @ Set the latitude of installation place. @ Set the longitude of installation location. Set a possible correction of the calculated sunrise time. Positive values to delay, negative values to anticipate. @ Set a possible correction of the calculated sunset time. Positive values to delay, negative values to anticipate. O Choose as switching times the civil twilight (C Y ) in place of sunrise and sunset N) times. If DY GPS is connected and active, DY365 synchronizes date, time and coordinates (longitude, latitude) thanks to the received GPS signal. If DY DCF77 is connected and active, DY365 synchronizes date and time only. Synchronization occurs automatically every 30 minutes and is indicated by flashing the field "Time" (2 times). The data received from DY GPS / DY DCF77 overwrite possible changes made manually. User manual DY365 0k Parameters modification 2 3 4 5 nn.nn 6 {L :uhE ****** Page 22 ****** Random switchings setting menu BEE}: Cloæ 0k 0k 5EEL• NG5 RRNdÜM dURRE nn.n uu•u t dUPRE nn.nr uu•u2 0k 1 Parameters modification 2 The "random switching O" function (manual menu -5 random manual) allows you to automatically switch and at random time intervals any channel among the 8 available. In this menu it's possible to define the minimum and maximum duration of the time interval between two random switchings. Default mini- mum duration is I minute, maximum duration is 5 minutes. Parameters modification O Set the minimum duration. It's possible to set values between 1 minute and the maximum duration. @ Set the maximum duration. It's possible to set values between the minimum duration and 23:59. Note: setting the minimum duration equal to the maximum, the switchings will occur at fixed time intervals. – 20 – User manual DY365 ****** Page 23 ****** Cycle switchings setting menu BEE}: Cloæ 0k 5EEL• NG5 CYCLE dURRE nn.n uu•u t dUPRE nn.n uuU 0k 1 2 Parameters modification The "cycle switching" function (manual meni cycle manual) is a succession of on and off switching. The cycle programme always starts from the on status. In this menu it's possible to define the duration of on and off. The duration of the on and off duration cannot be less than one minute. Default on duration: iminute, OFF duration: i minute Parameters modification O Set the ON duration. It's possible to set values between 1 minute and 99:59 hours. @Set the OFF duration. It's possible to set values between I minute and 99:59 hours. -21 – User manual DY365 OFF ****** Page 24 ****** Protection PIN setting menu GP5 Clot* 0k 0k The protection code (PIN) is used to lock the keyboard and prevent changes by unauthorized persons. With active PIN protection, pressing any key, it's necessary to enter the PIN: if PIN is correct the keyboard unlocks; after 3 minutes without pressing a key, the keyboard will lock automatically. To activate PIN protection: – set a value between 000 and 999 To disable PIN protection: set "—" (located before 000 or after 999) Note: If you have forgotten your PIN code to unlock DY365 itis necessary to carry out a hardware reset (see page 66). -22- User manual DY365 ****** Page 25 ****** MANUAL OPERATION MENU "Manual" menu allows you to manually take action on the channels of DY365 and to check their status (on, off, or "——" if the channel is not configured). Possible operations: o program: the selected channel follows the set programming temporary on C : the selected channel is set on until the next programmed off event O temporary off C : the selected channel is set off until the next programmed on event permanent on a : the selected channel is locked in on position until the manual unlocking (to unlock, access this menu and set a different operation) permanent off a : the selected channel is locked in off position until the manual unlocking (to unlock, access this menu and set a different operation) random O : the selected channel is set on and then will take place switching on / off at random intervals (the minimum and maximum interval can be set from "Settings random" menu) O cycle: the selected channel is set on and then will take place switching on / off (the ON and OFF duration can be set from "Settings cycle" menu) – 23 – User manual DY365 ****** Page 26 ****** spro ox•C2 Channel status not configured channel – on (off): on (off) channel after a programmed event – on (off) + U: on (off) channel after manual setting – on (off) + a: on (off) channel with blocked switching – on (off) + O: on (off) channel after random event – on (off) + C (flashing): active cycle switchings 0k status CHANNEL IRINI-JRL CHANNEL OFF. 0k CHANNEL CHANNEL -24- User manual DY365 iR,yuRL PRNdÜIlu: Clon CHANNEL ****** Page 27 ****** Shortcut keys For channel aboard the DY365 (channel 1-2) it's possible to set the operations described on pag. 21 through a combination of keys: – temporary on/off: press the key a for channel 1 or for channel 2. If on becomes off and vice versa. – permanent on/off: press for a long time (for 3 seconds at least) the key for channel 1 or for channel 2. The current state is locked until the unlocking (press again for a long time the key – random: press contemporary and for a long time (for 3 seconds at least) the key and for channel 1 or • for channel 2. Press again simultaneously and for a long time the keys and or to disable the function. – cycle: press contemporary and fora long time (for 3 seconds at least) the keys and for channel 1 or • for channel 2. Press again simultaneously and for a long time the keys and or to disable the function. – 25 – User manual DY365 ****** Page 28 ****** PROGRAM MENU The menu gprogram" allows you to: O create a new program check created programs O change or delete a created program copy all created programs on a channel in another channel delete all programs of a channel 1 2 PPüGRRM CHECK 3 4 rnpy 5 dELEEE – 26 – User manual DY365 ****** Page 29 ****** Channels selection scroll through the channels from 1 to 8: – by pressing the key to move to the next channel without selecting the current channel by pressing the key to select/deselect the current channel and move to the next CHANNEL 1 Select days CHANNEL 2 CHANNEL 3 CHANNEL -34 scroll through the days of the week from 1 to 7: by pressing the key to move to the next day without selecting the current day – by pressing the key to select/deselect the current day and move to the next DAYI 2 0k DAY _ _ 34 -27- User manual DY365 CHANNEL 35 8 5 ****** Page 30 ****** Programs types • Program ON/OFF: it is composed of a switching of the ON relay and of a subsequent switching ofthe OFF relay. It can have a daily period (everyday with the same modes), weekly (every week with the same modes), annual (every year with the same modes)*. • PULSE ON Program: is an ON relay switching for a maximum duration of 59 seconds. It can have a daily period (everyday with the same modes), weekly (every week with the same modes), annual (every year with the same modes)*. • PULSE OFF program: is a relay switching OFF for a maximum duration of 59 seconds. It can have daily period (everyday with the same modes), weekly (every week with the same modes), annual (every year with the same modes)*. • HOLIDAY program: isa period of time defined by a start time and an end time within which all programmed switchings (of that channel) are disabled. The relay is in OFF position (OFF holiday) or in ON position (ON holiday). * In the annual program, it's possible to specify the month. In this case, the period is monthly (every month with the same modes). It's also possible to specify a definite date (the program carried out only once). Channel types • TIME channel: carries out programs of time type: ON / OFF, ON pulse, OFF pulse, holiday • ASTRO channel: carries out programs of astronomical type, i.e. in the interval delimited by sunrise and sunset**: ON/OFF, ON pulse, OFF pulse, holiday, night programs (see pages 36-37). ON switchings set before sunset are carried out at sunset, OFF switchings set after sunrise are carried out at sunrise (except for some night programs that can have switching on or switching off during the day. See on page 36). times of sunrise and sunset are automatically calculated by DY365 according to geographic coordinates set during installation. In place of sunrise and sunset times it's possible to use the times of civil twilight (see page 18). – 28 – User manual DY365 ****** Page 31 ****** A Important: on the same channel can't coexist ON pulses and OFF pulses (if an ON pulse is already present, it's not possible to save a holiday OFF program and vice versa). A Important: on the same channel can't coexist holiday ON programs and holiday OFF programs (if a holiday ON program is already present, it's not possible to save a holiday OFF program and vice versa). A Important: a channel may be either of clockwise or of astronomical type, but it can't be of both types simultaneously. It's not possible to save programs of astronomical type on a channel where are stored programs of time type (and vice versa). Messages of EPROP I(astro program on channel astro) and EPROP (time program on astro channel). In this case to proceed it's necessary to delete the saved programs on that channel (see page 53). Programs priority The priority programs defines how DY365 manages the case in which programs with different period are running at the same time (i indicates higher priority). Program Holiday Night Pulse On/Off Date* 4 Annual 5 Monthly 2 3 6 Weekly 7 Daily 8 * Date: select day, month, year (program carried gonly once in the life of the product"). Ifthe month is not specified, the program is carried out all days xxof all months of the specified year. User manual DY365 ****** Page 32 ****** Priority list onloff In case in whichi on the same channel, on/off programs are provi- ded with different period (daily, weekly, to carry out in the same day, only the program with the highest priority is executed. Daily program of Monday begins and ends before the beginning of the weekly program). Instead, the daily program of Sunday is carried out because it's the only one running for that day. Holiday program The holiday program just begins and ends exactly at the specified times. Daily program w Weekly program Carried out program w F s s s s From this example it's possible to see that the daily event on Monday is not carried out because in the same day it is provided the beginning of the week program (even if the daily program w Weekly program Carried out program w F F s s s s – 30 – User manual DY365 ****** Page 33 ****** Program menu: new CIOFF ox•C2 O Choose the channels to program* * See "Channels selection" on page 27 Choose the channel CHANNEL 2 CHANNEL -3.5 9 CHANNEL -3.5 0k -31 – User manual DY365 ****** Page 34 ****** Program menu: new daily timed 0k 11 Program parameters – on/off: on time and off time E YIEd E: IIIMlEd YERRLY HÜL }dRB OFF Enter program parameters dR {LB PULSE OFF – on pulse: time and pulse duration (max 59 seconds) – off pulse: time and pulse duration (max 59 seconds) -32- User manual DY365 ****** Page 35 ****** Program menu: new weekly timed 0k Program parameters rib I UIM ÜFF Enter program parameters E IIIMlEd YERRLY HÜL }dRB REEK LY PULSE OFF – on/off: day (or days)* and on time, day (or days) and off time – on pulse: day (or days)* and pulse time, pulse duration (max 59 seconds) – off pulse: day (or days)* and pulse time, pulse duration (max 59 seconds) * See "Days selection" on page 27 – 33 – User manual DY365 ****** Page 36 ****** Program menu: new yearly timed (or monthly) 0k 11 t: IIIMlEd YERRLY HÜL }dRB Program parameters – on/off: day (or days) and on time, day (or days) and off time – OFF Enter program parameters BERRLB PULSE OFF – on pulse: day (or days) and pulse time, pulse duration (max 59 seconds) – off pulse: day (or days) and pulse time, pulse duration (max 59 seconds) -34- User manual DY365 ****** Page 37 ****** How to choose the day (or days) in an annual program (or monthly) 2 L PIEL- dREE to set the program on the last day: 3 0k 1 On O to set the program: in the first, second, third, fourth or last week of the month in / the day/s (Monday, of the week just specified the specified month ( for all months) the given year ( for all years) Note: the on event must correspond to the off in the same day. For examplet if the program includes two events on Monday and on Wednesday, then there will be two off events on Monday and on Wednesday. Otherwise E n li¯i • u u Is signaled. / / BY of all months of all years / / BY of the specified W month of all years of all months of the specified ZZ year ' 'l' ofthe specified W month of the specified ZZ year 3 to set the program on the day XX (i x Of all months Of all years x x / YY of the specified W month of all years : Z Z of all months of the specified ZZ year of the specified W month of the specified ZZyear User manual DY365 ****** Page 38 ****** Program menu: new holiday timed 0k 11 O HOLIDAY OFF: the relay is OFF from the beginning to the end of Holiday program @ HOLIDAY ON: the relay is ON from the beginning to the end of Holiday program Program parameters – beginning of the program – end of the program 1 Enter program parameters 2 HÜL ldRY E: IIIMlEd YERRLY HÜL }dRB – 36 – User manual DY365 ****** Page 39 ****** How to choose the day (or days) in a holiday program 2 L PIEL- dREE to set the program on the last day: 3 0k 1 On O to set the program: in the first, second, third, fourth or last week of the month in / the day/s (Monday, of the week just specified the specified month ( for all months) the given year ( for all years) Nota: in this case, the holiday program must begin and end in day. n u u u is signaled. / / BY of all months of all years / / BY of the specified W month of all years of all months of the specified ZZ year ' 'l' ofthe specified W month of the specified ZZ year 3 to set the program on the day XX (i x Of all months Of all years x x / YY of the specified W month of all years : Z Z of all months of the specified ZZ year of the specified W month of the specified ZZyear -37- User manual DY365 ****** Page 40 ****** Program menu: new astro night E "iMIEd N {GHE REL-Rü REL-RÜ REEKLB R5EPÜ Choose nights DAYI 2 N {GHE DAY 23 N EHE DAYI Nights programs 1 OFF-ON OFF. 2 3 4 5 7 N {GIHE r rii,lF C*IARNEL – 38 – User manual DY365 ****** Page 41 ****** How to select nights scroll through the nights of the week from the first (I -2) to the last (7-1): – by pressing the key key to move to the next night without selecting the current night – by pressing the key to select/deselect the current night and move to the next 234567 DAYI iÜHE DAY12345 DAYI 2 DAYI 23 DAYI 2 DAYI 2345 DAYI 23456 DAYI How to interpret the selection 2345 7 If the night between the days of A and B is selected, the day A is on and underlined while B is on (not underlined). Examples of selection: DAY12345 Selected nights: between day and 2, between day 2 and 3, between day 3 and 4, between day 4 and 5 DAY12345 Selected nights: between day I and 2, between day 2 and 3, between day 4 and 5 DAYI 234 Selected nights: between day 1 and 2, between day 3 and 4, between day 7 and 1 User manual DY365 ****** Page 42 ****** Night programs UIM p p 1 2 -3 Turning on at sunset turning off at sunrise. No parameter required. Off from sunset to sunrise. No parameter required. 3 5 OFF-ON P 5 dELRY P 5 PULSE R * If off time is before sunset switching is not carried out. If on time is after sunrise switching is not carried out. ** Switching on continues for the entire set time interval (also if off time is after sunrise). *** Switching on occurs before sunrise of the entire set time interval (also if on time is before sunset). Turning on at sunset, turning off during the night. Turning on during the night, turning off at sunrise. Choose one of the three following cases: Turning on at sunset, tuming off at a settable time. Tuming on at a settable time, turning off at sunrise. (*) Turning on at sunset, tuming off after a settable time interval. Tuming on before sunrise of a settable time interval, turning off at sunrise. Turning on at sunset for a settable short duration (pulse, max 59 seconds). Tuming on at sunrise for a short settable duration (pulse, max 59 seconds). – 40 – User manual DY365 ****** Page 43 ****** 4 Tuming on at sunset, turning off during the night. Choose one of the three following cases: 5 Tuming on during the night, tuming off at p sunrise. Choose one of the three following cases: 5 dELRY 5 PULSE Tuming on at sunset, tuming off at a settable time. (*)(**) Turning on at sunset, turning off after a settable time interval. (H) Turning on at sunset for a settable short duration (pulse, max 59 seconds). -41 _ User manual DY365 HOUR R dELRY P PULSE P Tuming on at a settable time, tuming off at sunrise. (*)(***) Tuming on before sunrise of a settable time interval, turning off at sunrise. ( Turning on at sunrise for a settable short duration (pulse, max 59 seconds). ****** Page 44 ****** Program menu: new astro daily 0k Program parameters – on/off: on time and off time – on pulse: time and pulse duration (maximum 59 seconds) – off pulse: time and pulse duration (maximum 59 seconds) R5E-PÜ REEK LY R5EPü HÜL dR {LB nivi OFF. dR PULSE dR {LB PULSE OFF Enter program parameters -42 _ User manual DY365 ****** Page 45 ****** Program menu: new astro weekly 0k NE:Æ Program parameters – on/off: day (or days)* and on time, day (or days) and off time – on pulse: day (or days)* and pulse time, pulse duration (max 59 seconds) – off pulse: day (or days)* and pulse time, pulse duration (max 59 seconds) * See "Days selection" on page 27 REL-Rü R5EPÜ HOL IdRY OFF Enter program parameters PULSE PULSE OFF -43 _ User manual DY365 ****** Page 46 ****** Program menu: new astro yearly (or monthly) 0k Program parameters – on/off: on time and off time – on pulse: time and pulse duration (max 59 seconds) – off pulse: time and pulse duration (max 59 seconds) R5E-PÜ R5EPü REEK LY R5EPü HÜL BERRLY nivi OFF. BE RPLB PULSE BERRLY PULSE OFF Enter program parameters -44- User manual DY365 ****** Page 47 ****** How to choose the day (or days) in an astro annual program (or monthly) 2 L PIEL- dREE to set the program on the last day: 3 0k 1 On O to set the program: in the first, second, third, fourth or last week of the month in / the day/s (Monday, of the week just specified the specified month ( for all months) the given year ( for all years) Note: the on event must correspond to the off in the same day. For examplet if the program includes two events on Monday and on Wednesday, then there will be two off events on Monday and on Wednesday. Otherwise ERROR is signaled. / / BY of all months of all years / / BY of the specified W month of all years z: of all months of the specified ZZ year ' 'l' ofthe specified W month of the specified ZZ year 3 to set the program on the day XX (i x Of all months Of all years x x / YY of the specified W month of all years : Z Z of all months of the specified ZZ year of the specified W month of the specified ZZyear – 45 – User manual DY365 ****** Page 48 ****** Program menu: new astro holiday 0k O HOLIDAY OFF: the relay is OFF from the beginning to the end of holiday program. @ HOLIDAY ON: the relay is ON from the beginning to the end of holiday program. Program parameters – beginning of the program – end of the program dR {LB BERRLY HÜL :dRB n 1 Enter program parameters 2 HÜL {dRY I—no -46 – User manual DY365 ****** Page 49 ****** How to choose the day (or days) in a holiday astro program 2 L PIEL- dREE to set the program on the last day: 3 0k 1 On O to set the program: in the first, second, third, fourth or last week of the month in / the day/s (Monday, of the week just specified the specified month ( for all months) the given year ( for all years) Note: in this case, the holiday program must begin and end in the same day. Otherwise n rn u is signaled. / / BY of all months of all years / / BY of the specified W month of all years of all months of the specified ZZ year ' ofthe specified W month of the specified ZZ year 3 to set the program on the day XX (i x Of all months Of all years x x / YY of the specified W month of all years : Z Z of all months of the specified ZZ year of the specified W month of the specified ZZyear -47 _ User manual DY365 ****** Page 50 ****** Program menu: check —— GP5 CIOFF Off-C2 How to check a program O choose the channel: 1 8 0¯'16 Li.SZ-: Indication of the memory space (760f450) @ choose the period: dailyt weekly, annual, holiday or night (when it is a channel of astronomical type) O choose the type: on/off, on pulse, off pulse or a night program (only if it is a channel of astronomical type) Note: a program requires more screens to be displayed: – press the key to move from the first to the second part of the same program – press the keys and to switch from one program to another User manual DY365 ****** Page 51 ****** Choose the channel CHANNEL 1 2 CHECK CHANNEL Choose the period CHECK dR {LB CHECK C PECK HOL :dRB Choose the type dR I-no dR {LY PULSE ON dR {LB PUL5E OFF – 49 _ User manual DY365 Check programs ****** Page 52 ****** Program menu: modify —— GP5 CIOFF Off-C2 How to modify or to delete a program CD choose the channel: 1 8 @ choose the period: dailyt weekly, annual, holiday or night (only if it's an astronomical channel) O choose the type: on/off, on pulse, off pulse or a night program (only if it's an astronomical channel) Note: a program requires more screens to be displayed: – press the key to move from the first to the second part of the same program – press the keys and key to switch from one program to another To modify: press for a long time (at least 3 seconds) the key To delete: press for a long time and simultaneously the keys and -50- User manual DY365 0¯'16 Li.SZ-: Indication of the memory space (760f450) ****** Page 53 ****** Choose the channel iMIÜd CHANNEL 1 Mud 2 Choose the period dR {LB HOL :dRB Choose the type dR I-no dR {LY PULSE ON dR {LB PUL5E OFF -51 – User manual DY365 Modify/ programs CHANNEL ****** Page 54 ****** Program menu: copy GP5 CIOFF Off-C2 Select the origin channel Select the destination channel* "Copy" menu allows copying the programs of a channel (origin channel) on one or more channels (channels destination). Note: the programs previously stored on the destination channels will be deleted. * See "Channels selection" on page 27 -52- User manual DY365 ****** Page 55 ****** Program menu: delete spro CIOFF ox-C2 0k Selection of channels to delete* dE-LE-EE ESC "Delete" menu is used to delete all stored programs on one or more channels. Note: to delete one single program to see "modify" mode (see page 50). * See "Channels selection" on page 27 -53- User manual DY365 ****** Page 56 ****** BLUETOOTH MENU The Bluetooth menu allows you to enable or disable the Bluetooth interface and change the password used to associate your device (smartphone or tablet) to DY365. The device is supplied with deactivated Bluetooth interface. To activate it, it's enough to access Bluetooth menu and set a password different from 000000. With Bluetooth menu it's possible to activate or deactivate the interface or change the password. After changing the password the first time, it's not possible to set the value 000000. To enable the Bluetooth interface: O set Bluetooth ON Warning: to make the Bluetooth interface active, the DY365 must be mains powered and connected to the main page (see page 8). The Bluetooth interface is therefore not active when browsing through the DY365 menus. To disable the Bluetooth interface: set Bluetooth OFF In this way no communication can take place between your device and DY365. DY365 works with the settings and programs already set; any changes or creation of new programs must be made by acting directly on the keyboard of DY365. -54- User manual DY365 ****** Page 57 ****** GP5 ox-C2 Changing the password bLUEE•üüEH Password change The password is the 6-digit code required by the app for the first association between DY365 and smartphone @ Press the key for at least g seconds until the first digit of the password starts to flash. bLUEEÜÜE-H bLUEE•ÜÜE-H 1B IA @ Set the first digit with the keys and keys and press the key to confirm and move nnnmnn to the next digit. uuuuuu Repeat step @ to set all 6 digits. After confirming the last digit, the display shows the new password. Press the key to exit the menu. -55- (9 PR551vGüRd nnnmnn 0k uuuuuu User manual DY365 ****** Page 58 ****** BUS MENU DY365 enables you to control 8 independent channels but It has two relays (for channels I and 2). With additional DY365 4CE or DY365 2CE modules it's possible to add some relays and associate these relays to the channels of DY365. The remote actuators and DY365 all together are named "network". "Busn menu allows you to configure orto test the connection between DY365 and the actuators 1 or share programs among several DY365 connected to the network O configure the outputs, to associate the channels of DY365 to the channels (relays) of the remote actuators @to test the connection, to verify the correct association among the channels of DY365 and the channels (relays) of the actuators o to send programs to the other DY365 connected to the network to receive the programs from another DY365 connected to the network r nntr_ uue 2 3 4 PRG RECEP Note: during the configuration or channels test and during the reception of programs on the bus the switchings of all channels are disabled. -56- User manual DY365 ****** Page 59 ****** GP5 In , 10 bU5 r rthiF E-ESE -57- User manual DY365 RECEP ****** Page 60 ****** Simple network configuration (one DY365, one or more remote actuators) I. On the remote actuator: activate "Channel configuration" mode (see the documentation supplied with the actuator) 2. On the DY365: 2.1 SelectCüNF and confirm with DY365 verifies the uniqueness of its address and when the test is successful it displays RddP 2.2 Press O to continue. Choose with the keys and and the channel to configure of DY365 2.3 Press the key for at least 3 seconds. After configuration, the channel flashes (2 times) and the message dÜNE appears. 0k 0k RddP bU5 RddP bU5 u LIE 0k 3S I-UINI dl-.JlGc 0k IF i¯il 1 CHANNEL uue- 2 CHANNEL 3 To delete the configuration of a channel, select the channel (steps 2.1 and 2.2) and press simultaneously for 3 seconds the keys and a. Complex network configuration (several DY365 one or more remote actuators) About the configuration of the network in the case of several connected DY365, contact ABB Technical Support. -58- User manual DY365 ****** Page 61 ****** Connection test 0k uue- 0k E-E5E OLIE 0k CHANNEL 2 CHANNEL 2 2 ÜF.F. CHANNEL 2 The test is used to verify proper communication between DY365 and the remote actuator. It's possible to test multiple channels simultaneously*. During the test a series of on-off commands are sent every 5 seconds to the relay in test. It's possible to exit the test: – by pressing the key to exit the test and test another channel – by pressing the key to exit the test and return to the main page * See "Channels selection" on page 27 -59 – User manual DY365 ****** Page 62 ****** Programs copy on the bus This function allows you to transfer programs from a DY365 to other DY365 connected to the same network. It's possible: -to force the transfer to all other DY365 connected tothe network (PPG 5ENd RLL) – to transfer programs only to DY365 on which the reception mode* has been activated (PPG 5ENd SELECE ) BE-Nd 0k 5EtGd PPG 5ENd rsr RILL only for 0k SENd RLL It's not possible to select the programs to copy, the entire memory area is copied. The programs previously stored on DY365 destination will be deleted. A Warning. The function PRG BE-Nd RLL overwrites the programs of all DY365 connected tothe network: use with caution. -60- User manual DY365 ****** Page 63 ****** * Reception programs on the bus Activate reception mode ( RECEP ) to receive the programs from another connected DY365 (that transmits programs via the function PPG BE-Nd SELEC& The DY365 remains in reception forl minute and this condition is signaled from the flashing NR {E. PPG RECEP PPG RECEP PPG RECEP duNc In the case where the reception is not successful the message PPG RECEP EPROP is displayed. Reception programs can take place at any time (even if the reception mode is not activated). This happens if another DY365 connected to the network transmits by using the function PPG 5ENd RLL . -61 – User manual DY365 ****** Page 64 ****** suc MENU SYNC menu allows you to enable or disable the presence of the additional DY GPS or DY DCF77 modules. DY GPS allows you to capture the information of date, time and location from satellites and then to transfer them to DY365. DY DCF77 allows you to capture the informations of date and time. Both DY GPS and DY DCF77 are available as accessories. Synchronization occurs every 30 minutes. In this way the time of DY365 is always synchronized and are canceled the drifts due to the tolerance of the oscillator which marks the time base. To enable the presence of DY GPS / DY DCF77: Oset It's also possible to display the status of the connection to DY GPS / DY DCF77 (0k, waiting, error). From the status page, while by pressing the key for at least 3 seconds it's possible to force data sending from DY GPS / DY DCF77 to DY365 (the display shows To disable the presence of DY GPS / DY DCF77: @ set SBNI- If DY GPS or DY DCF77 modules are not connected, it's advisable to set EBNE OFF to avoid displaying unnecessary information message ERP on the start page of DY365 (see page 8). Note: the internal oscillator which marks the time base allows DY365 to maintain the updated time even without the presence of DY GPS / DY DCF77. In this case clock accuracy is ± 0.5 seconds per day. -62- User manual DY365 ****** Page 65 ****** GP5 In , 10 5YNC SYNC status 0k 2 SYNC status 10 DY GPS module has hooked a sufficient number of satellites for a correct synchronization. Displays the number of hooked satellites (10 in this case). DY GPS module is not properly connected to DY365. Check the wiring diagrams in this manual. DY GPS module has not hooked a sufficient number of satellites for a correct synchronization. If this condition persists for more than a few hourst itis advisable to move DY GPS module in a better position to receive (outside the building). -63- User manual DY365 ****** Page 66 ****** HOUR COUNTER MENU "Hour counter" menu allows you to display the hours of use (relay on) of connected loads. The device has 8 counters, one for each channel. The maximum value of the counters is 99999 hours (about years); reached the maximum limit, the counter resets automatically. To reset a counter: i. select the desired channel 2. press the key Ofor3 seconds until the display shows "HOUR CNE dELEL-E O" 3. confirm by pressing (press to exit without zeroing) Note: it's possible to reset all counters contemporary from the "Reset" menu (see page 66). User manual DY365 ****** Page 67 ****** GP5 In , 10 0k dELEEE CHANNEL 1 nnnn53h CHANNEL uu nnnr CHANNEL uu CHANNEL 8 -65- User manual DY365 ****** Page 68 ****** RESET MENU "Reset" menu allows you to restore the initial state of the device. Available O Settings reset: deletes all the carried out settings (except the language, PIN and the channel settings on the BUS) @Tlme programs reset: deletes all saved time programs o Holiday programs reset: deletes all saved holiday programs Astro programs reset: deletes all saved astronomical programs Counter reset: resets the counters of all channels All reset: carries out all the above described resets and deletes the language, PIN protection and the channels settings on the bus There is also another reset, of hardware type, which allows you to reset the device in case it responds to the pressing of the keys so unexpectedly, without losing the carried out settings/programs (only the date and the time are lost). To carry out a hardware reset: 1. press the key "R" with a sharp object The hardware reset is also useful when you forget PIN protection. Reset, in fact, unlocks the keyboard for 3 minutes, the necessary time to access the appropriate menu and check/disable PIN. – 66 – User manual DY365 ****** Page 69 ****** GP5 In , 10 1 5EEE.: 2 ESC 3 HÜL ldRB 4 R5EPü ESC. 5 uu L ld.: RESEE RILL -67- User manual DY365 6 ****** Page 70 ****** FIRMWARE MENU This menu shows the firmware installed in the device, where: 022 is the revision index 05 is the month 20 is the day CIOFF -68- User manual DY365 uLC- u -y-cu ****** Page 71 ****** ERROR SIGNALS When setting up programs, in case of a discrepancy, the following error messages can occur: Eppnp n •n E ppnp nn uue Eppnp nn uu3 E ppnp nn ERROR Uu E ppnp nn uud E ppnp nn uug On and off events with different frequency (each on event must have an off event) On and off concomitant events of the same program Two or more consecutive on events of the same program / Two or more consecutive off events of the same program Invalid date Insufficient memory Attempt to set an on pulse on a channel where is already stored an off pulse (see page 27) Attempt to set an off pulse on a channel where is already stored an on impulse (see page 27) Attempt to set an on holiday program on a channel where is already stored an off holiday program (see page 27) Attempt to set a holiday off program on a channel where a holiday on program is already stored (see page 27) Attempt to set an annual program of on and off events on different days Attempt to set an astro program on a channel of time (see page 27) Attempt to set a time program on a channel of time type (see page 27) Error accessing memory * * In this case, carry out a hardware reset (see page 66). If the error persists, contact ABB technical support -69- User manual DY365 ****** Page 72 ****** BATTERY MANAGEMENT When the battery is close to empty, on the first line of the display appears bREE-EPY. In this case, the battery must be replaced as soon as possible. To replace the battery: – remove the cover of battery compartment – replace the battery with one of 3V CR14250 type and put the cover In order not to lose the programming steps and carried out settings, it is necessary to ensure that the time for the battery replacement doesn't exceed 60 seconds (in absence of power by means). Dispose of the used batteries observing the laws in force in relation to the disposal of hazardous waste. REFERENCE STANDARDS EU CONFORMITY DECLARATION ABB declares that the device complies with the EU directive 2014/53/EU (RED) with reference to the following standards: EN 60730-2-7 ETSI EN 301 489-1 • ETSI EN 301 489-17 ETSI EN 300 328 The complete text of EU conformity declaration is available at the Intemet address ABB – abb.com -70- User manual DY365 ****** Page 74 ****** ABB s.pA V.le delltlndustria 18 20010 Vlttuone (MI) – Italy Tel. +39 02 2415 0000 new.abb.com/low-voltage O Copyright 2019 ABB S.P.A . All rights reserved. We reserve the right to make technical changes or modify the contents of this document without prior notice. 03-2020


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