Intermatic HA07 User Manual

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Thank you for purchasing Intermatic’s Home Settings devices. With these products you can reliably and remotely control lighting and appliances. The outstanding features of the Home Settings program include:

Feedback that will allow you to see whether your device has received the ON/OFF/DIM signal.

Ease of installation

Manual override

RF signal reliability – each Home Settings product has a special repeater feature that virtually guarantees that RF signals are received.

MODEL HA07 - MASTER CONTROLLER INSTRUCTIONS

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The HA07 Controller also includes the following features:

12 Channels - each channel can control up to 16 devices to create scenes or timed events.

Astronomic Feature – this option allows your time settings to match the daily changes in sunrise and/or sunset. Set it once and never have to set it again for these types of time changes.

Wall mountable or place on a tabletop.

Daylight Saving Time – this option automatically adjusts your timer for daylight saving time.

Programming flexibility – timing options can be every day of the week, MonFri, Sat-Sun, or individual days.

ALL ON/ALL OFF Feature – Turn all devices ON or OFF with the push of one button.

If required, more than one controller can be used for the same system.

Timed control

Z-Wave™ Introduction

The HA07 Master Remote Controller is a Z-Wave™ enabled device and is fully compatible with any Home Settings network and any Z- Wave™ enabled network. Z-Wave™ enabled devices displaying the Z-Wave™ logo can also be used with Home Settings module s and controllers regardless of the manufacturer, and Home Settings modules and controllers can also be used in other manufacturer’s Z- Wave™ enabled networks. Each module in a Home Settings ne twork is designed to act as a repeater. Repeaters can re-transmit the RF signal to ensure that the signal is received by its intended destination by routing the signal around obstacles and radio dead spots.

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________________Table of Contents

Glossary of Terms………………………………………….……….. 4

 

Installing Batteries………………… …………………………………

6

Module Installation and Set-up Recommendations………………

7

Programming Instructions…………………………………………...8

 

Setting the Clock……………………………………...…………. 8 Setting the Calendar……………………………………….……. 9

Setting Daylight Saving Time & Zone…………… …..……..…. 11

Setting Astronomic Function…………….………………………

13

Creating a Network………………………………………………….. 14 INCLUDE Modules to a Network………………………………. 14 Associating Modules to Channels….……………………….…. 16 EXCLUDE from Network………………………………….…….. 18 EXCLUDE from Channel……………………..………………….18

Remote ON/OFF/DIM Operation…………………………………... 19 Adding Modules to ALL ON/ALL OFF Feature……………….….. 20

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INCLUDE Modules to ALL ON/ALL OFF Feature……...…. .... 20 EXCLUDE Modules to ALL ON/ALL OFF Feature…..………. 22

Programming the Controller…………………………………………

23

Automatic, Automatic Random, and Manual Mode………………

27

Additional Features………………………………………………….. 28

 

Controller Replication…………………………………...………. 28

 

Replicating the Network and Channel Settings….…………...

28

Replicating the Network only…………...……………….………

30

Resetting the Controller…………………………………………….. 31

 

Resetting the NETWORK only……………………..…………... 31

 

Resetting the CHANNELS only…………………..……………..31

 

Resetting the NETWORK and CHANNELS…..……….………

31

Troubleshooting……………………………………..………………. 32

 

Federal Communications Commission Statement………………. 34

Specification Information…………………………………………….34

Warranty Information…………………………………………….….. 35

Master Remote Controller _

 

Glossary of Terms

Astronomic Function – Allows a device to follow sunrise and sunset times. The unit will automatically adjust as daylight time increases or decreases without the need to be reprogrammed.

Channel – A channel will control up to 16 modules, allowing them to be programmed to turn on/off with the same time settings. HA07 has 12 channels.

Device – Any item that is connected to a module (for example, lamps).

Fig 1. LCD display and button configuration.

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Event - A program in the controller that will instruct the controller to control various modules at a set day and time. The HA07 can accommodate up to 28 events.

Module – Any Intermatic Home Settings product that is controlled with a remote controller.

Network – All Intermatic Home Settings devices controlled by the Master Controller and duplicate remote controls operating on the same system. Each network has its own unique identification code so that no one else can control the system.

Primary Controller – The first controller used to set up your modules and network.

NOTE: Only the Primary Controller can be used to include or delete modules from a network.

Scene – Lighting modules assigned to the various channels can be set at different levels, thus creating desired light levels throughout your house called scenes. Scenes can be set during the “Associating Modules To Channels” step (see page 16) by choosing ON, OFF and/or DIM settings.

Secondary Controller – A controller containing network information about other modules within the network, and is created the primary controller. Secondary controllers cannot include or delete modules to the network.

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Battery Installation

1.Open the battery compartment door located on the back of the remote control by pressing down on the battery compartment tab and pulling the door outward.

2.Insert 4 size “AA” alkaline batteries (not included), placing the batteries as shown in the battery compartment. (See Fig 2)

3.Replace the battery compartment door by first inserting the 2 tabs at the bottom of the door, then pressing the door in until the door clicks shut.

Fig 2. Battery compartment

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Module Installation and Set-Up Recommendations

1.Modules should be plugged-in or hardwired into the location where they will be used.

2.For best results, do not move or relocate modules after they have been included into the network. If you wish to re-locate or move a module from a particular location, first delete it from the network, then include it back to the network after you have re-located it.

3.Devices should be plugged into modules before adding modules to the network. Devices (for example, lamps) should be turned to the ON position.

4.Controllers must be brought within 6 ft. of modules during set-up. This is because during set-up, the controller communicates with the modules using low radio transmission power. This helps provide additional security when setting up your network.

5.HA06 Dimmer Switches have a 40-Watt minimum lamp requirement.

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____________Programming Instructions______________

_______________Setting the CLOCK_________________

1.(See Fig 3a) Press MODE until CLK mode is shown.

2.(See Fig 3b) Press ENTER and the hour will flash.

Press + or - to set the hour. Press ENTER to accept the hour.

Fig 3a

Fig 3b

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3. (See Fig 3c) The minutes will flash. Press + or - to set

 

______________Setting the CALENDAR______________

minutes. Press ENTER to accept the minutes.

 

 

 

 

NOTE: The day of the week will be automatically calculated

 

when the CALENDAR setting is completed.

 

1.

(See Fig 4a) Press MODE until the CAL mode is

 

 

 

shown.

 

2.

(See Fig 4b) Press + or - to set the month. Press

 

 

 

ENTER to accept the changes.

 

3.

(See Fig 4c) The day of the month will flash. Press + or

 

 

 

- to set the day. Press ENTER to accept the changes.

 

4.

(See Fig 4d) The year will flash. Press + or - to set the

 

 

 

year. Press ENTER to accept the year.

Fig 3c

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