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  1. Installation Training

  2. Welcome to HAI’s Training Course. In this day long course, we will show you how to install, set-up and program a home automation system. Introduction

  3. Specifications Connections PC Access Connections Programming Setup Codes Programs Dial Arming Names/Voices Miscellaneous Installer Setup Control Zones Communicator Areas Temperature Miscellaneous Expansion Lifestyle Applications Agenda

  4. Specifications OMNIPRO II SPECIFICATIONS Controller Maximum Group Current Outputs: Console: backlight off - 35 mA; backlight on - 100 mA OUTPUTS 1 - 8 100 mA Devices: AUX 12 VDC, SWITCH 12 VDC, CONSOLE, and OUTPUTS 1 - 8: 1 A Horn: INT HORN and EXT HORN: 1 A Controller Maximum Individual Current Outputs: Devices: (Do not exceed 1 A total) AUX 12 VDC 1 A SWITCH 12 VDC 1 A CONSOLE 1 A Operating 32 - 122 degrees F (0 - 50 degrees C) Transformer: 24 VAC, 1.67 amps, 40 VA Battery: Rechargeable Lead-Acid, 12 Volts, 7 Ah

  5. Specifications cont. OMNI II SPECIFICATIONS Typical Current Consumption at Nominal Voltage: Console: backlight off - 35 mA; backlight on - 100 mA Controller Maximum Group Current Outputs: Devices: AUX 12 VDC, SWITCH 12 VDC, CONSOLE, and OUTPUTS 1 - 8: 1 A Horn: INT HORN and EXT HORN: 1 A Controller Maximum Individual Current Outputs: Devices: (Do not exceed 1 A total) AUX 12 VDC 1 A SWITCH 12 VDC 1 A CONSOLE 1 A OUTPUTS 1 - 8 100 mA Operating 32 - 122 degrees F (0 - 50 degrees C) Transformer: 24 VAC, 1.67 amps, 40 VA Battery: Rechargeable Lead-Acid, 12 Volts, 7 Ah

  6. Specifications cont. OMNILT SPECIFICATIONS Typical Current Consumption at Nominal Voltage: Console: backlight off, 35 mA backlight on, 100 mA CONTROLLER OUTPUTS UL RATINGS MAXIMUM Devices: AUX 12 VDC, CONSOLE, and OUTPUTS 1 and 2: 200 mA 500 mA Bell: BELL 350 mA 1 A Outputs: OUTPUTS 1 and 2, each, maximum: 100 mA 100 mA Backup: Required battery backup hours: 24 hours Battery: Recommended Battery: 12 Volts, 7 Ah Operating 32 - 122 degrees F (0 - 50 degrees C) Transformer: 16.5 VAC, 40 VA, 50/60 Hz

  7. Connections

  8. Ground Connection 1) Ground the Controller “Earth Ground” terminal to a cold water pipe or to a 4-foot ground rod to preserve it’s built in transient protection.

  9. Transformer Connection Omni II / OmniPro II 24vac 40 VA Transformer Connect a 24 volt 40 VA transformer to the 24VAC Input (2nd & 3rd input) in the left corner of the first terminal strip. Note: a) Be sure you connect wires to inputs 2 & 3. Do not connect transformer to the first input (Ground). b) Do not plug in transformer until all devices are wired to Controller c) Make sure controller is not plugged into a switched outlet.

  10. Transformer Connection Omni LT 2) 16.5vac 40 VA Transformer Connect a 16.5 volt 40 VA transformer to the 16VAC Input (2nd & 3rd input) in the left corner of the first terminal strip. Note: a) Be sure you connect wires to inputs 2 & 3. Do not connect transformer to the first input (Ground). b) Do not plug in transformer until all devices are wired to controller c) Make sure controller is not plugged into a switched outlet.

  11. Battery Hookup - + _ + Connect the BLACK battery wire to the minus (-) terminal on the Battery. ****DO NOT connect the red wire at this time. ****DO NOT reverse the connections; the battery fuse will blow. ****7 Ah Battery required

  12. 4) Console/ OmniTouch Hookup BLACK YELLOW GREEN RED Use 4-conductor 22 gage wire minimum, 1000 feet maximum length. Consoles can be homerun or daisy chained. This length shall be divided by the total number of consoles at the end of the run. Maximum current draw from Auxiliary and Console terminal is 1 Amp for Omni II and OmniPro II and for the Omni LT it is a Maximum of 500mA. Be sure to add total current drawfrom all power devices. If above the limit, an Auxiliary power supply is required. Power supply must have common ground with controller.See current drawlistings below for consoles Omni Console- 33A00-1 = 40mA – 100mA (active) OmniTouch- 32A00-1 = 350mA Red 12V Terminal Black GND Terminal Yellow (A) Terminal Green (B) Terminal

  13. Phone Connection Omni LT Connect to Green and the Red wires to the incoming line and the Brown and gray to the return to the house phones. If required connect a RJ31X jack as shown in the following diagram Note: Make sure all house phones come after controller. The polarity must be correct for proper operation of the phone access feature.

  14. Phone Connection Omni II & OmniPro II Connect to Green and the Red wires to the incoming line and the Brown and gray to the return to the house phones. If required connect a RJ31X jack as shown in the following diagram Note: Make sure all house phones come after controller. The polarity must be correct for proper operation of the phone access feature.

  15. Sounder ConnectionsOmni LT • Sounders can draw up to 1 amp MAXIMUM on the Bell output • Use a relay connected to an auxiliary power supply if a higher current draw is required. • If there there is a slight hum coming from the Siren, strap the bell output out with a 1k resistor. • If a siren is not being used, Strap bell outputs out with a 1k resistor. • When system is not in an alarm, the siren output will measure 10.40VDC. When in alarm, it will measure 13.75. The small amount of voltage is how we supervise the output

  16. Sounder ConnectionsOmni II & OmniPro II • Sounders can draw up to 1 amp MAXIMUM, split between the Interior and Exterior Horn Outputs. • Use a relay connected to an auxiliary power supply if a higher current draw is required. • If there there is a slight hum coming from the Siren, strap the bell output out with a 1k resistor. • If a siren is not being used, Strap bell outputs out with a 1k resistor. • When system is not in an alarm, the siren output will measure 10.40VDC. When in alarm, it will measure 13.75. The small amount of voltage is how we supervise the output.

  17. Two Wire Smoke ConnectionOmni LT All two wire smokes must be run in parallel and have an EOL resistor at the end of the line. Be sure to move jumper to SMK position. All two wire smokes must be wired to zone 8 only.

  18. Two Wire Smoke ConnectionOmni II & OmniPro II All two wire smokes must be run in Parallel and have an EOL resistor at the end of the line. Be sure to move jumper to SMK position. All two wire smokes must be wired to zones 1 – 4 only.

  19. 4-Wire Smoke ConnectionOmni LT • Use normally open (closed for alarm) four-wire 12volt smokes • An End of Line Power Supervision Relay Module is required for UL installations. • Install a 1000-ohm End-of-Line resistor as shown • Power the smoke detector from Aux 12V or Output 2 as a SWITCHED POWER OUTPUT • When connected to Zone 8, the Jumper must be in SMK position If 4 wire smokes are going on the same zone, they must be wired in Parallel. 4 wire smokes can be placed on their own zone and can be wired to all zones.

  20. 4-Wire Smoke ConnectionOmni II & OmniPro II • Use normally open (closed for alarm) four-wire 12volt smokes • An End of Line Power Supervision Relay Module is required for UL installations. • Install a 1000-ohm End-of-Line resistor as shown • Power the smoke detector from Switch 12V or an Output configured as a SWITCHED POWER OUTPUT • When connected to Zones 1-4, the appropriate Zone Jumper must be in SMK position If 4 wire smokes are going on the same zone, they must be wired in Parallel. 4-wire smokes can be placed on their own zone and can be wired to all zones. EOL resisters are required for all smokes and must be placed at the last smoke. A Power Supervision relay is required if power supervision is necessary

  21. RC Series Thermostat ConnectionOmni LT • Run a 3 or 4 conductor wire from the HAI system to the Omni-stat. • All Omni-Stats are connect to the controllers TSTAT input. • Make sure black and red wire are securely connected to each other. If they are not, you will have communication problems. • Address each Thermostat separately in order to communicate to HAI. • (press Program 3X, then press Fan, use down arrow key to change address) • Under Setup/Installer/ Temps in the HAI programming, enable thermostats being used. • Disable Internal thermostat programming in thermostat section #03.

  22. RC Series Thermostat ConnectionOmni II & OmniPro II • Run a 3 or 4 conductor wire from the HAI system to the Omni-stat. • All Omni-Stats are connect to the controllers zone 16 and Output 8 • Make sure black and red wire are securely connected to each other. If they are not, you will have communication problems. • Address each Thermostat separately in order to communicate to HAI. • (press Program 3X, then press Fan, use down arrow key to change address) • Under Setup/Installer/ Temps in the HAI programming, enable thermostats being used. • Disable Internal thermostat programming in thermostat section #03.

  23. 31A00-2 Outdoor Temperature & Humidity Sensor • Each Model 31A00-2 requires one zone input for temperature and one zone input for humidity. Run a 4-conductor wire from the controller location to each Model 31A00-2. The humidity sensor can be used without using the temperature sensor. • If a high and a low Set point is Desired for temperature or Humidity, connect a jumper wire from the positive of one zone to the positive of another zone. • Program the zone type for the temperature output as an Outdoor Temperature (Type 81), Temperature (Type 82), or Temperature Alarm (Type 83) based on the application. Only one zone can be defined as an Outdoor Temperature zone.

  24. Remote Surface/Recessed Temperature Sensor • Run a twisted pair, shielded cable from the OmniStat to the Remote Temperature Sensor location. For distances up to 100 feet, typical twisted pair, PVC-insulated, shielded cable may be used. For distances from 100-150 feet, twisted pair with polypropylene insulated conductors, shielded must be used. For distances from 150-250 feet, twisted pair with foam-polyethylene insulated conductors, shielded must be used. Wire runs must not exceed 250 feet. • Disconnect the thermostat from the base. Locate the 3 solder holes on the lower right side of the thermostat PCA marked J4. • Using a clean soldering iron and safety glasses, carefully solder the supplied connector to the soldering holes as shown. • Open cover to the Model 23A00-1 Remote Temperature Sensor. Connect the data wires of the shielded cable to the terminal block on the temperature sensor. Wrap the shield around the jacket of the cable and tape. • At the OmniStat location, connect the Black conductor of the supplied cable to the shield using the supplied wire splices. Connect the Green conductors of the supplied cable to the data wires using the supplied wire splices. • Carefully clip off the existing thermister (temperature sensing device) from the thermostat using a pair of wire cutters

  25. Hardwire Expander Omni LT Ribbon Cable If adding more than one Expansion Module, be sure to address it with jumper JP1 When connecting 1st & 3rd expansion module, such as an ALC, Zone Expander, or Serial module connect ribbon cable from J1 to J1 When connecting 2nd & 4th Expansion Module connect ribbon cable from J2 to J2 • When adding a expansion modules, secure them to stand offs and connect them using supplied ribbon cables. • To add more than one expansion Module, connect to J2 and address board using address jumper JP1

  26. Hardwire Expander Omni II & OmniPro II When connecting 2nd & 4th Expansion Module connect ribbon cable from J2 to J2 Ribbon Cable If adding more than one Expansion Module, be sure to address it with jumper JP1 When connecting 1st & 3rd expansion module, such as an ALC, Zone Expander, or Serial module connect ribbon cable from J1 to J1 J2 J1 • When adding a Expansion Module, secure them to stand offs and connect them using supplied ribbon cables. • To add more than one Expansion Module, connect to J2 and address board using address jumper JP1

  27. Two-Way Voice ModuleOmni LT Red Wire faces to the left When connecting the Two-Way Voice Module to an Omni LT, route the cable(model 10A11) to the left side of the controller into “J2”. ***** Make sure red wire on cable should be to the Left of the connector**** **** Make sure that the connector is aligned with the pins on “J2”**** Mount Two-way Voice Module to side of can using double stick tape or by drilling holes and using stand-offs supplied

  28. Two-Way Voice ModuleOmni II & OmniPro II Red Wire J2 When connecting the Two-Way Voice Module to an Omni Pro II, route the cable(model 10A11) to the left side of the controller into “J2”. ***** Make sure red wire on cable should be to the top of the connector**** **** Make sure that the connector is aligned with the pins on “J2”**** Mount Two-way Voice Module to side of can using double stick tape or by drilling holes and using stand-offs supplied

  29. 12) Expansion EnclosureOmniPro II Only • The Expansion Enclosure communicates with the controller using the same wires that connect the consoles to the controller. • The communications wires for the Expansion Enclosure and consoles may be homerun to the controller or daisy-chained to each other. • Connect the terminals marked "A" and "B" on the Expansion Enclosure to the corresponding terminals on the controller or console. • The Expansion Enclosure may be located up to 1000 feet away from the controller. • A common ground wire must be wired to the controller. B A Ground wire

  30. Installing PC Access

  31. Installing PC Access Make sure to Register your copy of PC Access. Free upgrades are only available for registered software When installing PC Access, you will see this screen show up. Enter your Name, Company name, and Serial number to continue. Your serial number can be found on the CD sleeve of your PC Access.

  32. Installing PC Access After following the prompts and loading the software, double click on the PC Access Icon on your Desktop. You will receive this window. Enter the default Password which is “password”. Then press “OK”

  33. When Running the program for the first time, you will receive this window after logging in. Enter a code that you can remember. ******* DO NOT FORGET THIS CODE!!!! ************* Installing PC Access

  34. After Starting the program, Go to “File” then choose “ New”. A “Save File” screen will pop up. After creating a name and choosing save, this window will come up. Choose the type of Omni controller you are programming. Be sure you enter the correct Controller type. Connecting PC to Omni Controller

  35. This is your first screen. It contains contact information on your client. Enter in the customers name, Address Phone number and any remarks you may have for this account. Connecting PC to Omni Controller

  36. If you are connecting through a serial port, go to your Windows device manager then to ports and find out what port your communications port is. Then go to your PC Access / configure and then Serial. You will see this screen. Enter your Com port and baud rate. The baud rate of 9600 is standard. Connecting PC to Omni Controller

  37. In the bottom right hand corner, it should say “ON-LINE”. If you are not receiving this statement, one of four things can be wrong. Your Com Port is incorrect Your DB-9 Connector is broken or not plugged in A program has taken over your comport and is not releasing it Your Com port is broken. The System does not have to be connect to the PC in order to get an online Status. Connecting PC to Omni Controller

  38. You may have to contact your modem manufacturer to find out what the string commands are that disables “error correction” and “Data compression”. Once you get those commands, enter them in Initialization #2 & #3 and then enable them in the bottom right corner. Connecting PC to Omni Controller If you are connecting through a modem, go to your Device manager and find out what port your modem is on. Then enter that port number in this window under configure then modem. Make sure you put your baud rate on 9600 , 2400, or 300 baud rate.

  39. To connect using Telephone access from off site follow the following steps With a phone ,on the same line that your PC is connected to, call the number the controller is connected to. Let it ring once and then hang up. Count to ten and then call the number again. Once you hear a beep, enter Code 1 or the installer code. You will hear a menu. When you hear the menu, press # # 1 The system will ask you for a code again. Enter your code again. After entering your code, the system will begin to communicate. On your PC Access, press connect, then modem , then online. After you hear your modem connect, hang up the phone. You will be connected about 10 seconds later. Connecting PC to Omni Controller

  40. All Omni security codes are 4 digits in length. To set up a code from the Setup menu from the console, press the 1 (CODES) key. (Valid codes 0001-9999) (0000 = Disable) Assign an Authority Level. Choose from Master, Manager, and User. Choose the Areas that the codes can access Choose the valid times these cards can be used. Setup - Codes

  41. HAI controllers are time and event driven A program will execute when Time match occurs An Event match occurs The controller is constantly searching for a time match or a change of state. Basic Programming

  42. Program Line Structure • When: A time match or an event kicks off execution of a program line. • Command: Every program has a command to perform as a result of the When. • AND IF: The ‘&IF’ statement is optional in all programming lines. It is used as a conditional. As the controller watches all of the inputs to the system, it is constantly looking for matches for the ‘When.’ When the match occurs, the system looks for a conditional (&IF), to see if the condition “is true” or “is NOT true.” If the condition “is true” it executes the Command. If the conditional “is NOT true” the Command is not executed.

  43. WHEN Time of day, sunrise, sunset User buttons (Romantic Eve) Control (a unit goes on or off) Security (mode changes) Zone (zone opens or closes) All On All Off Alarm X-10 (incoming) Misc.. Phone Dead / Phone Line Ring Phone On Hook / Off Hook AC ON / AC OFF Battery Low / Battery OK DCM Fail / DCM OK When, Command, If COMMAND • Control (on, off, dim, level) • Security (mode, bypass, restore) • Button (run a button) • All On/ All Off • Scene (activate a scene) • Temperature settings • Message (show, say, send, phone) & IF • Unit (on or off) • Security (mode) • Zone (open or closed) • Time (within a window) • Misc • None, Never, Light, Dark, Phone Dead / Ring, On Hook / Off Hook, AC On / Off, Battery Low / OK

  44. When: Time Programs • Two types: Day of Week or Date • Weekly: Has one or more days (MTWTFSS) • Example 1: Sunset MTWTFSS: Front Porch Light On • Example 2: 10:30 PM MTWTF: Front Porch Light Off • Date: Has a day and month (12/03) • Run Once: • Example: 3:00PM 6/05: Thermostat cool setting to 74. • Run Annually: • Example: 7:30AM 12/03: Show “Jays Birthday”

  45. Run program line when something happens When Front Door Not Ready (open) Entry Light On When Hall Motion Not Ready (open) Hall Light On for 10 minutes When Arm Away: Set Downstairs Heat to 65 When Arm Away: Set Downstairs Cool to 85 When “Romantic Eve”: Dining Lights to 50% When: Event Programs

  46. Commands • Control (on, off, dim, level) • Security (mode, bypass, restore) • Button (run a button) • All On • All Off • Scene (activate a scene) • UPB Link • RadioRA Phantom • Temperature settings • Message (show, say, send, phone)

  47. Conditionals • AND IF… • When Front Door Not Ready (open)& IF DARKEntry Light On • When 4:00 PM MTWTF--:&IF AWAYDownstairs Cool Setting 75

  48. Workshop • WHEN Front Door NOT READY & IF DARK: Front Entry Lt ON • The controller has the above line of programming • 5:58 PM the Front Entry light is off • 5:59 PM the homeowner walks in the Front Door and leaves the door open • 6:00 PM Sunset occurs • 6:01 PM is the Front Entry light on or off? • It is OFF. The line is only executed when the Front Door is opened. At that moment sunset had not occurred. • What would we do to make it go on at sunset if the front door was open? • WHEN Sunset MTWTFSS &IF Front Door NOT READY: Front Entry Lt ON

  49. Buttons: Creating a Scene (Macro) • When “EXIT”: Security AWAY • When “EXIT”: All lights Off • When “EXIT”: All Thermostats Cool set back 80 • When “EXIT”: All Thermostats Heat set back 60 • When “EXIT” & IF Dark: RUN “Lights On” * • When “Lights On”:, Kitchen Light On 50 % • When “Lights On”: Family Room on 40 % • When “Lights On”: Master BedRm ON 25 %26