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Digital day time switch 7LF4 1. (WA-EKF 3161/05.96/S:MMS/D:Str./80.10.0754.7) 7LF4 110 230 V AC 1 channel

Digital day time switch 7LF4 1.

(WA-EKF 3161/05.96/S:MMS/D:Str./80.10.0754.7)

7LF4 110

230 V AC

1 channel

without special functions

Digital week time switch 7LF4 1.

7LF4 111

230 V AC

1 channel

7LF4 112

24 V AC/DC

1 channel

without special functions

7LF4 113

12 V AC/DC

1 channel

7LF4 114

230 V AC

1 channel

with special functions

7LF4 120

230 V AC

2 channel

without special functions

7LF4 121

230 V AC

2 channel

with special functions

Operator guidance – step-wise, self-explanatory

If you are not yet familiar with the display and functions of the time switch, please first read the section Point 8. Data is entered in dialog with the timeswitch and runs as shown in the example:

or or or
or
or
or

Opens the programming mode.

1 digit in the display flashes.

Moves the flashing display digit forwards and backwards.

Changes or enters a value in the flashing display. Complete data is also saved with next. As confirmation, you get a new, empty display for further inputs.

Closes the programming mode.

Saves the data if it has been com- pletely entered. Aborts the programming procedure if the data is incomplete. However, it is not saved. Updates the switching state.

Contents

– Reset, general

– Read, change, delete

– Current time (date and time)

– Programming

– Manual switch functions

– Special functions

– Summer time/winter time switchover

– Display/control elements

– Technical data

1 Reset funciton

Before putting into operation for the first time, we recommend that you carry out a complete reset.

and
and

2 Read, change, delete 2a Read, Change

or or or
or
or
or

Press both keys simultaneously!

Release clear.

Keep change pressed for approx. 3 seconds until display.

Keep change pressed for approx. 3 seconds until display. All data is irretrievably deleted with this

All data is irretrievably deleted with this operation!

Opens the programming mode

Move forwards or backwards to read

Change the time or a switching time as required

Closes the programming mode

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2b Delete Prog

or
or

The colon between the digits flashes every second. The day of the week is calculated and the summer time identifier is displayed.

Opens the programming mode

4 Programming

Move forwards or backwards to the switching time to be deleted

Press in order to delete the displayed switching time

Closes the programming mode

A separate switching program can be

stored for every cannel/switching output. Prog 1; Prog 2

If Hour Minute ON Hours Minute Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday ON ON
If
Hour
Minute
ON
Hours
Minute
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
ON
ON

Week clock example:

Channel 1, 6:30, ON Monday to Friday

Opens the programming mode

switching commands are already

stored, switch forwards with next until the next free memory location is displayed.

Memory location number flashes
Memory location
number flashes

Correspnods to Prog. 1

The number 1 flashes.

Switching commands for the day clock are entered on the same way, but only the hour, minute and switching state.

Day clock example: 6:30, ON

minute and switching state. Day clock example: 6:30, ON flashes 3 Current time (year, day, month,

flashes

3 Current time (year, day, month, hour and minute)

These inputs must be entered so that the time switch can execute the switching commands correctly.

Example: 25.08.96,14:37

Opens the programming mode

flashes
flashes

Displayof weekdays only with week time switch.

flashes
flashes
Displayof weekdays only with week time switch. flashes Summer/winter automatic Standard: Last Sunday in March and
Displayof weekdays only with week time switch. flashes Summer/winter automatic Standard: Last Sunday in March and

Summer/winter automatic Standard: Last Sunday in March and in October (Status 1996) Change the summer time/winter time switchover in other procedures see Point 7.

Closes the programming mode

Year Day Month Hour Minute Start End
Year
Day
Month
Hour
Minute
Start
End

Summer time

Summer time

Day Month Hour Minute Start End Summer time Summer time flashes Special functions with flashing or

flashes

Special functions with flashing

or OFF-symbol see Point 6

The switching command is saved and the next free memory location 02 is dis- played at the same time. Further switch- ing commands are programmed in the same way and are assigned to the mem- ory location number in ascending order.

same way and are assigned to the mem- ory location number in ascending order. Closes the

Closes the programming mode

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5 Manual switch function Example: The current switching state for each channel Cycle OFF 16:00
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Manual switch function
Example:
The current switching state for each channel
Cycle OFF 16:00
is influenced separately with
Use of the
.
manual switch does not change
OFF
Cycle
any of the data saved in "4 Programming".
Next memory location is displayed,
e.g. 03 flashes
Opens the manual switch function
Meaning of the display for channle 1 or 2
ON
The 1 st digit for the minute input flashes
Example: 3 min ON
or
Program sequence, automatic
OFF
ON
Manual switching
OFF
During the next switching command,
automatic switching to program
running takes place and the program
sequence is updated.
Cycle time ON
Example: 20 min OFF
Continuous ON
Continuous OFF
Closes the manual switch function,
relays switches in accordance with display.
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Special functions only Type 7LF4 114 and 7LF4 121
Cycle time OFF
To illustrate:
ON
Pulse switching commands, from 1 to 59 sec.
(only as ON function) e. g. 5 seconds
OFF
Switching off takes place at the cycle end
1x
16:00.
Next memory location is displayed,
e.g. 02 flashes
7 Summer time/winter time switchover
The 1 st digit flashes
Opens the programming mode
10x
A
= Automatic/statutory
(for 1996 - 31.03. and 27.10.)
or
H
Pulse
1x
= Semi-automatic
Freely selectable. Switchover always
takes place on the entered date
Input with next and change
No switchover occurs when every digit
is 0
=
Cycle switching commands can be avtivated
2x
2x

for a particular time. Start and end = ON and

OFF command. Cycle duration ON =

cycle duration OFF = from 1 to 99 minutes.

are selectable
are selectable

and

ON Cycle
ON
Cycle

flashes

Next memory location is displayed, e.g. 02 flashes

The 1 st digit flashes

1x
1x

C

= Calculates Freely selectable. Switchover occurs on the same weekday in the calendar week e. g. input 28.10.96 28.10.96 is/was a Monday. 1997 is switched in the same calendar week on Monday 27.10.97 etc. Input with next and change

Closes the programming mode

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8 Display and control elements Assignment – function of the digits and symbols

Control elements

Cycle time ON or OFF

   

Pulse time

Minutes

Month

– Current date

– Start, end of summer time

 

Opens and

 

closes for

Hours

– programming

– reading

Calendar date

– changing

– Current date

– deleting

– Start, end of summer time

Days of the week

96

= Year No.

01

= Memory location No.

of the week 96 = Year No. 01 = Memory location No. Flashing display digits –

Flashing display digits

– move forwards

– move backwards

– change

Opens and closes to set and change

– date and time

– summer time/winter time switchover

– date and time – summer time/winter time switchover Preselection of special functions Deleting the memory

Preselection of

special functions

Deleting the

memory location

Opens and closes for – changing the switching states (channel 1 or 2)

Assignment – function of the symbols

Input, change, current time(channel 1 or 2) Assignment – function of the symbols + d a t e Input,

+ date

Input, change, current date

date

Input, change, summer time/winter time switchover

Summer time perioddate date Input, change, summer time/winter time switchover Winter time period Flashes in clock mode Prog

Winter time periodsummer time/winter time switchover Summer time period Flashes in clock mode Prog Input, Change, Read, switching

Flashes in clock modetime switchover Summer time period Winter time period Prog Input, Change, Read, switching times Switching state

Prog

Input, Change, Read, switching times

Switching state OFFin clock mode Prog Input, Change, Read, switching times Switching state ON Pulse function - only

Switching state ONInput, Change, Read, switching times Switching state OFF Pulse function - only ON commands Cycle switching

Pulse function - only ON commands Cycle switching times ON and OFF Cycle duration ON Cycle duration OFF

9 Technical data/connection

Connection

Switching capacity

Ambient temperature

Running reserve see unit imprint

Ambient temperature • Running reserve see unit imprint • Charging duration > 24 h • Protection

Charging duration

> 24 h

Protection class

II

Running accuracy

typically ± 1 s/day

Switching output

1 or 2 changeover contacts, potential-free

Memory location

12 Type 7LF4 110

occupied, display

Days of the week

Sealable

28

Type 7LF4 111, 112, 113, 114

42

Type 7LF4 120, 121

FULL

free block formation, only week time switches

front glass

No switching commands may be programmed between 2:00 and 3:00 on the dates of summer time/winter time changeover in the spring and fall.

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