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Opening new "Windows of Integrations"
3 Ways to Integrate - Which one would you choose?
1) DRY CONTACT: For years we have been talking "Dry Contacts". Simple relays
inside a Home Automation Panel: SPDT needs 2 relays and 3 wires to each motor
controller, SPST needs 1 relay and 2 wires to each motor controller. Using this
integration method, you have one "address" to open or close a window tre atment. Any
way you look at it, we add to the expense of the Home Automation system by needing
the relays to be the source of the button press. Also the vast number of wires needed to
achieve control can be large, leading to difficult trouble shooting, should a wire not be
connected well or a conductor be broken.
2) IR: Infrared codes can be learned into a Home Automation system, allowing the user
to output the signal down a single 2 conductor wire to an emitter into a network of Motor
Controllers. You can now use the power of the Motor Controller to address individual
motors, 2 "Sub-Groups" of motors and All motors. This method does require a Home
Automation professional to learn all the codes into his system and install an IR port.
This allows for control of up to 60 motors per IR port. Good Control! Lots of options!
Minimal wire! This alternative typically is less work and less cost than dry contacts.
3) RS232: To our knowledge, RS232 ports now come with every Home Automation
system available in the market today. This two-way communication protocol allows an
installer to address a single motor, groups of motors or All motors within a network of up
to 420 motors. All of this can be done on a single 4-conductor phone wire. Using the
addresses within the motor controllers, simply network up to as many as 7 systems with
up to 60 motors per system. This method has proven to deliver the mos t options for
control and not increase the cost of a Home Automation system. Further, we are now
delivering a "Hard Coded" method of addressing a command, rather tha n learning the
code, which can prove to be less than predictable. Another benefit of the R2D7
interface is that a serial command to control this large number of motors can be as few
as 4 characters, verses a string of commands that would be needed if you ha d individual
RS232 interfaces for each motor. This makes the addressing and codi ng of a system
easy and quick. R2D7 also has status feedback, allowing an installer to know if the
codes being sent are understood by the system.
Notes to remember: Anytime you integrate into a Home Automation system , you are not
only capable of control via the Home Automation system buttons, you can still provide
local control of motors using IR of RF within a given area, Sun Sensors where needed,
Key Pads, or all of these options. Also keep in mind that when you use motor controllers
you can program intermediate stops within an opening, allowing a user to have scenes,
more than just simple open or close ope rations.
Motor Basics and Pre-Wire Guidelines
The motors used in Insolroll systems are unique in some aspects and have wiring requirements
that differ from many household devices.
Please note:
Motors are directional to run shades up and down and have four electrical wires :
Green- ground
White- common
Red- directional hot
Black- directional hot
**Motors cannot be wired in parallel and multiple motors cannot be wired to a single pole
switch– directional leads must be isolated from one another
**Failure to isolate the directional leads will burn out the motor
x Motors operate on 110-volt AC (except low voltage Silhouettes)
x Motors draw approximately 1 amp at start
x Motors require a double throw switch – (up – off –down)
x Motors are not designed for continuous operation and have built -in thermal cut-offs
x Motors have built-in limit switches to stop accurately when shades reach desired up and
down positions
x Motors can be operated by wall switches, remote controls, automatic controls or
interfaced with home automation systems.
The typical wiring layout for Insolroll motorized systems requires that a single gang junction
box be located within reach of the six foot motor pigtail. Key to the location of this junction
box is that it does not interfere with the operation of the shade, allows for the motor hookup
and is aesthetically acceptable.
x For a single shade to be operated by a single switch there should be a 14/3 (3 wire plus
ground) wire run from the junction box to the desired switch location and AC power
provided to this double throw switch.
x For two shades to be operated by a single switch (shades will always run in unison)
there must be a dedicated 14/3 wire run (homerun) from each motor to the switch
location. The switch used must be a double-pole/ double throw switch.
x To operate more than two shades on a single switch group control relays must be used.
The pre-wire when using group controls requires that there be a dedicated 14/3 wire
run (homerun) from the junction box at each motor location to the relay location and
AC power provided to relay location. A 14/3 switch leg then must run from relay
location to desired switch location. Relays are often located in attics, basements, closets
or cabinets.
x These guidelines for pre-wire are suited for
most applications. Application specific wiring
diagrams are available upon request.
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Insolroll Motor Controller (AUM)
Remote control operation of Insolroll products offers the
convenience of a handheld transmitter and is often used
when the physical wiring/locating of switches is difficult. A
remote keypad offers wall mounted control of multiple
receivers by individual, sub-group or master control.
Insolroll’s Infrared Remote Control receiver can also be
used as a dry contact, infrared or RS 232 interface with most
home automation systems.
Ground
AC Hot
Neutral
Neutral
Motor Directional
Motor Directional
2.73" x 2.28" x 0.92"
12 Channel
Hand Held Transmitter
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Insolroll Motor Controller
Control of One 110 Volt Motor with optional manual switch
110 volt AC
Power In
eye
or
keypad
4 1/4" x 3"
x 1 1/2"
Ground
AC Hot
Neutral
Open
Common
Close
Neutral
Motor
Motor
Green (ground)
White (neutral)
Red (directional)
Black (directional)
To Home
Automation
(optional)
Motor
Wall Switch
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Insolroll Motor Controller
Control of Multiple 110 Volt Motors with Individual Operation
110 volt AC
Power In
eye
or
keypad
Eye
4 1/4" x 3"
x 1 1/2"
Ground
AC Hot
Aux
Neutral
Neutral
Motor
Motor
Eye
4 1/4" x 3"
x 1 1/2"
Green (ground)
White (neutral)
Red (directional)
Black (directional)
Motor 1
Green (ground)
White (neutral)
Red (directional)
Black (directional)
Motor 2
Ground
AC Hot
Aux
Neutral
Neutral
Motor
Motor
Motor
Motor
Additional motors and
receivers can be linked
together by linking Aux to Eye
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Insolroll Motor Controller Manual Switch
Options
12 Channel Hand-Held
Transmitter
12 Channel Key Pad
Keypad
(Back view)
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Special Applications
Custom 8" x 8" x 4" Box with 1-3 Motor Controllers Switched
via RS232
shade
shade
shade
M
M
M
J
J
J
eye
or
keypad
(single gang
box)
Home
Automation
Interface
R2D7
RS232
Interface
eye
aux
eye
eye
aux
aux
AC
Power
In
M
J
eye
Motor
Junction Box
8" X 8" X 4" Custom Box
with 1-3 Motor Controllers
(exploded view)
12 Channel
Transmitter
IR Receiver
aux
Motor Wire (6' pigtail)
4 Conductor Silver Satin
14/3 Romex
Notes:
1) Motor wires are 6 feet long.
2) Each Motor must have home run to each receiver.
3) Custom Box to be mounted in attic, access closet, etc.
4) Motors draw approximately 1 amp each.
5) Must get power to Custom Box.
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Special Applications
Custom 12" x 12" x 4" Box with 4-7 Motor Controllers
Switched via RS232
shade
Home
Automation,
eye
or
keypad
(single gang
box)
shade
shade
shade
M
M
M
M
J
J
J
J
R2D7
RS232
Interface
eye
aux
eye
eye
aux
aux
eye
aux
12" x 12" x 4" Custom Box
with 4-7 Motor Controllers
AC
Power
In
M
J
eye
Motor
Junction Box
12 Channel
Transmitter
IR Receiver
aux
Motor Wire (6' pigtail)
4 Conductor Silver Satin
14/3 Romex
Notes:
1) Motor wires are 6 feet long.
2) Each Motor must have home run to each receiver.
3) Motors draw approximately 1 amp each.
4) Must get power to Custom Box.
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Special Applications
Custom 12" x 18" x 4" Box with 8-13 Motor Controllers
Switched via RS232
shade
shade
shade
shade
shade
M
M
M
M
J
J
J
J
J
J
shade
M
R2D7
RS232
Interface
J
eye
Motor
eye
eye
aux
aux
eye
eye
eye
aux
aux
aux
eye
eye
eye
aux
aux
aux
12" x 18" x 4" Custom Box
with 8-13 Motor
Controllers
(exploded view)
Junction Box
IR Receiver
aux
AC
Power
In
J
M
J
M
shade
Eye,
Home
Automation
Interfacing
M
shade
M
12 Channel
Transmitter
Motor Wire (6' pigtail)
4 Conductor Silver Satin
14/3 Romex
Notes:
1) Motor wires are 6 feet long.
2) Each Motor must have home run to each receiver.
3) Custom Box to be mounted in attic, access closet, etc.
4) Motors draw approximately 1 amp each.
5) Must get power to Custom Box.
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Insolroll RS232 Protocol Interface Package
DB9 (RS232
Adapter)
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Insolroll Motor Controller RS232 Protocol
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Insolroll Motor Controller RS232 Protocol
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Insolroll Motor Controller RS232 Protocol
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Insolroll Motor Controller RS232 Protocol
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Insolroll RS232 Protocol Interface Package
Command Strings
5 Easy Steps to Impress the next Home Automa tion guy you
meet!
Step 1: A new Command starts with - *
Step 2: What "System" do you want to send the new command to? 1=1 etc... 0=All
Step 3: What do you need it to do? Open, Close or Stop. o, c or s must be lower case.
Step 4: What address do you want the command to go to? 01=1, 54=54, 31=31 etc... 00=All.
(This must be 2 digits)
Step 5: End Command String with ";"
Open Every Shade
*0o00;
Close #3 on System #6
*7c00;
Stop #7 on System #2
*2s07;
Close All Shades in Sy stem #7
*7c0 0;
Open shades 1 thru 4 on System #3 with a 2 secon d interval
*3o01;*3o02;*3o03;*3 o04;
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Insolroll Motor Controller
(AUM)
Programming Instructions for Infrared Receivers (1 of 9)
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Insolroll Motor Controller
(AUM)
Programming Instructions for Infrared Receivers (2 of 9)
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Insolroll Motor Controller (AUM)
Programming Instructions for Infrared Receivers (3 of 9)
1. Sticky overrides Stop on Button Release if both are enabled.
2. "Fast" automatically enables Momentary Motor Action.
3. Override switch is SPST so that mode is automatically enabled, WARNING if the OPEN-COM
terminals are not shorted, commands will be locked out (programming will still work).
4. This also reverses the "enabled" direction after deadbeat counter expires (i.e., Wind always
works).
6. Calibration will cause the motor to go full open, then close, then open again, DO NOT interrupt this
sequence, STOP will be ignored unless pressed for at least 3 seconds and the calibration will be
canceled.
7. High accuracy intermediate stops means always move the same way to get to a stop.
8. By default the top limit is the reference. Changing the reference does 2 things: "auto reference"
goes to the bottom instead of the top. And when moving to a stop in high accuracy mode, the motor
only goes up to a stop.
9. The current is not actually measured this accurately, use nudge to get to the experimentally
correct value (see notes below).
10. In demo mode, the deadbeat counter is reset to only 10 times and the wind lockout to 15 seconds
instead of 10 minutes.
11. See the reference and motor direction BEFORE calibrating.
12. Used for tilting blinds (see notes below). Travel time is optional.
13. This action also turns off "high Accuracy mode" & resets the reference to be the top. This action
does not effect the travel time, or the stop percentages or nudge amounts. This may mean that the
unit must be re-calibrated.
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Insolroll Motor Controller
(AUM)
Programming Instructions for Infrared Receivers (4 of 9)
Defaults:
Main Channel = 1, Group Channels 1-6 = off, no sequencing action channel, Maintained
Motor Action, Standard Motor Direction, Act on ALL buttons from transmitter, "Sticky"
action on ALL, Standard action on the group buttons, Standard IR Release Time, Do not
Stop On Transmitter Button Release, Not a lamp control, Deadbeat Counter Disabled,
Demo mode Off.
SPDT Manual switch, Standard Timing, Do not Stop On Switch Release, Standard
action (not sticky), Switch inputs as labeled, Magnetic Switch Override Disabled.
Run Time = 180 sec.
Do not act on wind, close if wind enabled, no auto return, wind override enabled, Go to
limit on wind (not intermediate stop), wind lockout time is 10 minutes (not demo mode).
Standard accuracy on Intermediate stops, Intermediate stop reference is at the top,
"Auto Tilt" not enabled, Travel Time unknown (i.e., not calibrated).
Intermediate Stops not enabled on any channel or on the manual switch, Open to
Intermediate Stop = 33%, Close to Intermediate Stop = 67%, no nudge amount.
Minimum load = 0.144A (17 Watts).
Stall Load = 6.04 Amps (the maximum rating of the unit at 115V, 695 Watts).
Turn On Delay Time = 0 sec (immediate).
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Insolroll Motor Controller
(AUM)
Programming Instructions for Infrared Receivers (5 of 9)
Calibration & Intermediate Stops:
If you are changing the motor direction (C6 O2) or using the bottom reference (C10 O11), these
options must be selected before doing the calibration (C10 O10).
The motor limit must be set before doing the calibration. If the limits are changed, then you must
recalibrate. Calibration is required before intermediate stops will work. If the unit is not
calibrated correctly, the intermediate stop will be different when going open than when going
closed. The stops will also be off if the material is thick, or if the motor does not move at a
constant speed in both directions.
The intermediate stops are calculated based on % of travel time plus nudge offset. % and
nudge can be set before calibration if so desired.
20% = rolling shade barely closed = 20% down from top (assuming top is reference).
If travel time is unknown (not yet calibrated), all intermediate stop commands are ignored.
You may specifically set the travel time to 100x+10y+z seconds if you do not want to go through
the calibration procedure by pressing (C10 O13) then Ox Oy Oz (maximum is 299 seconds, use
O10 for zero).
If the unit is calibrated and power cycles, and an intermediate stop button is pressed before the
unit goes to the reference, then the command will cause the motor to "auto reset, " (i.e., go to the
reference limit, then back to the intermediate stop).
Standard Action:
There is an auto reset every 6th intermediate stop movement if the motor does not go to either
limit. Any user action that stops the motor part way will cause the next intermediate stop
command to auto reset.
High Accuracy Action with reference at the top:
There is an auto reset if an intermediate stop command is received that will cause the motor to
go up, or if the motor has gone up anytime since being at the top.
High Accuracy Action with reference at the bottom:
There is an auto reset if the intermediate stop command is received that will cause the motor to
go down, or if the motor has gone down anytime since being at the bottom.
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Insolroll Motor Controller
(AUM)
Programming Instructions for Infrared Receivers (6 of 9)
Load Sensing:
If load sensing is not working correctly, you will not be able to calibrate, and intermediate stops
will not work. If the motor stalls at one end of travel, and stall sensing is not tuned well, then
the intermediate stops may not be very repeatable.
While the motor is moving, the current, is measured to determine if the load has exceeded the
stall threshold or if the load has fallen below the minimum load threshold. These thresholds
may be nudged in increments of 0.024 Amp and directly set in multiples of 0.096 Amp (17
Watts at 115V) which is the same as (C18 O10 O1 O11 O11). The default for the stall
threshold is 6.04 Amp which is the maximum rating of the unit at 115VAC. Stall and minimum
load are not checked if the unit is set to "lamp" mode.
When entering Ox, the command will be ignored if (O7, O8, or O9) is entered as that is beyond
the range of the unit. Oy does not need to be pressed if it is 0 (O10). Extra digits are ignored
after Oy is entered.
A minimum threshold of 0 is special. The minimum load sense is not checked. This is useful if
the unit is driving a very small load such as relays that are switching power to a large motor.
Zero may be set by C18 O10 or by nudging the threshold down to 0.
To set the unit to stop when the motor just stalls, measure the current the motor draws while
running or read the number off the motor rating label. Enter that into the stall threshold. Run
the motor to the stall point and verify that the RP relays shut off 1/4 second after the motor
stalls. If the RP does not shut off, then the value is too high. Press stop then set the threshold
lower or nudge it down a few times (C19 O12 O12 O12). Repeat the stall test until the RP
shuts off appropriately. Verify that the motor runs correctly from limit to limit without stopping
somewhere in the middle. If the motor stops in the middle, then the stall threshold is too
sensitive, nudge it up once (C19 O11), then re-verify operation.
If the stall level is set too low, then the motor will only run briefly, then it willonly run the other
way briefly, because the RP believes it is at the limit when it detects a stall.
Once the motor has started, the current must fall below and stay below the "minimum load
threshold" for 1/2 second for the RP to determine that the motor has reached its limit. This
time is not adjustable. Stall sensing requires that motor current to exceed and stay above the
"stall load threshold" for 1/4 second before power is removed. This time is not adjustable.
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Insolroll Motor Controller
(AUM)
Programming Instructions for Infrared Receivers (7 of 9)
Demo Mode:
Turning this on (C6 O9) makes the wind lockout time 15 seconds instead of 10 minutes. This
also makes the deadbeat counter "kill" the unit after only 10 operations if it is enabled. This
mode is useful for showing dealers how the feature operates without having to wait a long time
for the results to be seen.
Cassette Awning:
Assuming you want "close" to mean the motor stalls then backs off a little, "open" to mean just
before the limit so there is no fabric sag, and you are using a SSP wind sensor.
To get the RP to stall the motor then back off a little, set up Intermediate Stops with the
reference at the close limit (C10 O11) and the Intermediate Stop Close Button set to a small
percentage (C12 O10 O1). Make sure the unit is calibrated. Tell the RP to act on wind and
use intermediate stops (C9 O1 O5), when wind happens, the awning will close to stall, then
back out a little.
To get the RP to stop "just before the limit", set up the Intermediate Stop Open Button set to a
large percentage (C12 O9 O9). On the remote, "Enable Intermediate Stops" on the
appropriate channel.
Wind:
If the RP is set to act on wind (C9 O1), then a wind event will cause the motor to close and the
lockout timer will start after the motor has finished moving to the desired position. The lockout
time is 10 minutes unless the RP is in demo mode, then the lockout time is 15 seconds. The
lockout can be overridden by sending any valid bus command for more than 4 seconds unless
this feature is turned off (C9 O4). Manual switches are locked out. If the motor is at any
intermediate stop or at the open limit, and the "Auto Return" feature is on (C9 O3), then the
motor will go fully open after the lockout timer expires. However, if a valid close command is
received during the lockout time, then that pending action is turned off. This is useful if a sun
sensor says to close the awning (because of sunset) while wind is happening sot he awning
does not go back out in the middle of the night. If the "Use Intermediate Stop onWind" feature
is enabled, then that stop does not count towards "Auto Return." If "Reverse Wind Action" has
been selected (C9 O2) then everything reverses appropriately. A by-product of "Reverse Wind
Action" is the last thing that can happen on deadbeat time-out is open, instead of close, so that
wind protection always works.
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Insolroll Motor Controller
(AUM)
Programming Instructions for Infrared Receivers (8 of 9)
Auto Tilt:
When this action is enabled (C10 O12), the following items are set:
Travel time is set to 10 seconds, Bottom is set as the reference, High Accuracy Stops are
turned on, Open to Intermediate Stop = 10% (1 second), Close to Intermediate Stop = 20% (2
seconds), nudge amounts are cleared.
This action is useful for tilting w wood blind to preset positions based off bottom limit.
10 seconds travel time was chosen to make the percents easily translated to seconds.
you may optionally set the travel time to 100x+10y+z seconds after enabling this feature (C10
O12 Ox Oy Oz). trailing 0's are optional and if not entered, they are assumed to be 0. O10 is
used to enter 0.
Setting and nudging the intermediate stops is still done using (C11 C12). If you "calibrate"
(C10 O10) after enabling this action, then all travel times you just set will be overridden.
Load sensing must work for this action to work correctly.
Clearing this action using C10 OALL does not automatically reset the intermediate stop
percentages.
Turn On Delay Time:
This refers to the amount of time it takes for the motor to start moving after power is applied.
The default delay time is 0 which assumes the motor starts immediately. The delay time is the
amount of time the RP waits before making the decision that the motor has notstarted and is
at a limit. When power is applied to the motor, the RP must see at least the "minimum load"
current within the startup time which is the "Turn On Delay Time" plus 1/2 second. If this
current is not seen, then the RP assumes the motor is at a limit, and acts appropriately.
When going to an intermediate stop, the RP calculates the run time based on where the motor
currently is, and where it is supposed to be. During the "Turn On Delay Time", the motor is not
running and the run time is not counted.
No attempt is made by the RP to compensate for turn on delay in Momentary Mode.
Momentary mode should probably not be used on a motor with significant turn on delay.
If this delay is set too small, then the motor may not start quickly enough, and the RP may
believe the unit is at a limit when it actually is not. Setting this delay longer will not cause any
problems other than making the user wait longer if the motor is at a limit andthe RP does not
know it (the "turn around" time = "Turn On Delay Time" plus 1/2 second).
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Insolroll Motor Controller
(AUM)
Programming Instructions for Infrared Receivers (9 of 9)
Set Travel Time:
Set the Travel Time (C10 O13 Ox Oy Oz) allows you to specifically set the travel time without
having to go through the calibrate cycle.
What changes from V2 to V3:
The "Turn On Delay Time" feature was added.
Techniku transmitters will be accepted as valid controls (no programming capability).
Channels 1-7 and ALL are supported.
Sticky features were moved from the (C6) section to their own section (C23) and the actions
are split apart. Sticky for the manual switch remains in the manual switch section (C7).
Enabling intermediate stop on 5th and 6th group channels (C10 O6) has been split apart.
V3 will ignore button pushes during programming of other units. The LED will briefly flash each
time a button is ignored. V3 will resume normal operation when a STOP command is received
or after no commands are received for 20 seconds (the LED will flash 2 times quickly when we
exit this mode).
While the "Magnetic Switch Override" is active, the LED will briefly flash each time a bus
command is ignored. Enter program commands are not locked out.
On power up, the LED will flash quickly 3 times indic ating V3.
Enabling "Fast IR Release Time" (C6 O7) now automatically enables "Momentary Motor
Action"
Enabling " Magnetic Switch as Override" (C7 O6) now automatically set "SPST Manual Switch"
Set "Specific Stop" Channel (C22 O"N") feature was added.
Set the travel time (C10 O13 Ox Oy Oz) feature was added.
If a manual override happens while the motor is running, there is no longer a brief stop.
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