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What electricians need to know about SmartLiving smart home

With a SmartLiving smart home solution, you receive a fully integrated, programmed and configured solution that is ready to install. This means that you can 'simply' install and test the solution at the end customer's site.

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As an electrician, you don't need to have in-depth knowledge of smart home programming and configuration. Logic Group will integrate and configure the smart home solution based on your customer's specific requirements based on an electrical plan. We can also provide technical sparring and support for the smart home solution.

Together with Logic Group, you as an electrical contractor can now offer your customers a smart home in their new build, existing villa, holiday home or apartment.

If you would like to know more about Logic Group's smart home solution, this is of course also possible. Together we can find the right solutions and continuously train you to become a smart home specialist

Benefits of Logic Group's Smart-Home solution

All correspondence, tilt function and Astro clock work wirelessly and are programmed into our solution from the start.

Z-Wave

Our solution is based on the Z-Wave wireless communication protocol. You can read more about Z-Wave here.

FUGA

You can keep the Danish FUGA® material in the installation.

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Wireless

One of the great things about Z-Wave is that the devices talk to each other wirelessly from device to device. This also means that there is no need for extra cabling in the installation.

Simple 1-pole

If you are doing a new installation for a smart home, the installation should be done as a simple 1-pole solution.

What the electrician should be aware of

When preparing for a smart home, please pay attention to the points on the right.
And please also take a closer look at the installer catalog below.

 
  • Do not install dimmers other than those from Logic Group (MATRIX ZDB and DIMMY).
  • All light sources must be dimmable.
  • Astro clock for outdoor lights is part of our smart home solution.
  • Use deep front and wall sockets (e.g. Fuga Air) and deep ceiling sockets (e.g. PL 55/16).
  • If the customer wants to be able to upgrade to smart sockets, the sockets must be 1½-module sockets.
  • There is no need for wiring for correspondence or kip, as it is pure programming.
  • The installation only needs to be a simple 1-pin installation.
  • In ceiling boxes in acoustic ceilings, the outlet/cover must not be Wexøe if we need to fit our lamp module (there is too little space left).
  • There must be active zero & phase at switches and wherever a DIMMY lamp socket module is needed.
  • Use round deep lamp sockets behind mirror (only when controlling mirror separately and where DIMMY is to be placed)

Cabling and mounting Logic Group devices

Here you can find diagrams and guides for mounting and wiring ZIF modules, MATRIX and DIMMY. Click on the heading to unfold the guide.

Wiring
Phase connection (L), neutral (N) and earth () are connected according to the diagram. Terminals with the same marking are connected internally and can be used for cable loops.

N.B.! The clamping row can be removed, see marking.

Installing/removing conductors
The conductor must be max. 2.5 mm2 and stripped 9-10 mm. When installing solid conductors, simply press them into the terminal block. For soft conductors, press a straight-bladed screwdriver with a 3 mm slot against the terminal release while pushing the conductor all the way in. When dismantling, the release must also be used.

Removing the front
To install/remove, the front must be removed. This is done by pushing it loose with a straight-bladed screwdriver at point (d) and similarly on the opposite side.

Frame removal
Remove from a frame by pushing it out at points (e) and (f) with a straight-bladed screwdriver.

ZIF modules are mounted on standard M36 DIN rail (EN50022) and plugged into the control panel separately from the control panel. The ZIF 5020 is wired as in the diagram below.

Connects to 24V DC power supply, pay attention to polarity

10 Outputs (digital)
10 digital outputs for sockets, actuators or telestats (24V).

4 Inputs (digital)
For example: 4 Open Collector (e.g. PIR), 4 switches (e.g. wall switches) or 2 changeover switches (uses two inputs)

ZIF modules are mounted on standard M36 DIN rail (EN50022) and plugged into the control panel separately from the control panel. The ZIF 5028 is wired as in the diagram below.

Connects to 24V AC or DC power supply, polarity subordinate

6 Outputs (digital)
6 digital outputs for sockets, actuators or telestats (24-230V).

6 Inputs (digital)
For example: 6 Open Collector (e.g. PIR), 6 switches (e.g. wall switches) or 3 changeover switches (uses two inputs)

ZIF modules are mounted on standard M36 DIN rail (EN50022) and plugged into the control panel separately from the control panel. ZIF 5029 and wired as in the diagram below.

zif5029 cabling

Connects to 24V AC or DC power supply, polarity subordinate

6 Outputs (digital)
6 digital outputs for sockets, actuators or telestats (24-230V).

6 inputs (pulse)
6 reed contacts for reading the S0 output of e.g. water, gas or heat meters.

Wiring
Phase connection (L), neutral conductor (N) and intermediate conductor (~) are connected according to the diagram below. Terminals with the same marking (N or L) are connected internally and can be used for cable loops.

Ops! Do NOT connect smart bulbs such as Philips Hue or IKEA light sources to the dimmer!
This type of bulb must have a fixed phase.

Installing/removing conductors
The conductor must be max. 1.5 mm² and stripped 9-10 mm. When installing solid conductors, simply press them into the terminal block. For soft conductors, press a straight-bladed screwdriver with a 2.5 mm slot against the terminal release (A) while pushing the conductor all the way in.
The release must also be used for removal.

Dismantling the tangent

To install/remove the Matrix, the tangent must be removed. This is done by pushing it loose with a straight-bladed screwdriver at the top (B) and then at the bottom (C). Hold the top when pushing the bottom loose.

If a technical mounting frame is used, it is advantageous to remove the outer frame first.

Unmounting in frame

To remove the matrix from a frame, push it out at points (D) and (E) with a straight-head screwdriver.

Wiring
Intermediate conductors (arrows 1 and 2), neutral conductor (N) and phase connection (L) are connected according to the diagram below. Terminals with the same marking (N) are connected internally and can be used for cable loops.

Installing/removing conductors
The conductor must be max. 1.5 mm² and stripped 9-10 mm. When installing solid conductors, simply press them into the terminal block. For soft conductors, press a straight-bladed screwdriver with a 2.5 mm slot against the terminal release (A) while pushing the conductor all the way in.
The release must also be used for removal.

Dismantling the tangent

To install/remove the Matrix, the tangent must be removed. This is done by pushing it loose with a straight-bladed screwdriver at the top (B) and then at the bottom (C). Hold the top when pushing the bottom loose.

If a technical mounting frame is used, it is advantageous to remove the outer frame first.

Unmounting in frame

To remove the matrix from a frame, push it out at points (D) and (E) with a straight-head screwdriver.

Dismantling the tangent

To install/remove the Matrix, the tangent must be removed. This is done by pushing it loose with a straight-bladed screwdriver at the top (B) and then at the bottom (C). Hold the top when pushing the bottom loose.

If a technical mounting frame is used, it is advantageous to remove the outer frame first.

Unmounting in frame

To remove the matrix from a frame, push it out at points (D) and (E) with a straight-head screwdriver.

Wiring
Load (), Phase (L) and Neutral (N) are connected as in fig. A. Terminals with the same marking (N and L) are internally connected and can be used for cable loops.

 

Installing/removing conductors
The conductor must be max. 2.5 mm² and stripped 9-10 mm. The conductor must be firm. To install, simply press the conductor into the clamp.
To remove, press a straight-head screwdriver, 2.5 mm slotted, against the clamp release while pulling the conductor out.

ACTION ON A MATRIX KEYREGULAR DIMMABLE LIGHT SOURCEPHILIPS HUESONOSVELUX KLF (1G)VELUX KLG (200G)CURTAINS
1 PRESSURE Turn onTurn onTurn onOpen fully Open fully Open (up/down)
1 PRESS AGAIN Turn offTurn offTurn offClose completely Close completely Close (down/tilt)
HOLD AND RELEASE Regulate up and stop Regulate up and stop Regulate up and stop Open and stop Open and stop Open and stop
HOLD AGAIN AND LET GO Regulate down and stop Regulate down and stop Regulate down and stop Close and stop Close and stop Close and stop
2 CLICK Adjust to 100%. Adjust to 100%. Next track in the playlist Open 30% for 10 min. Open 30% for 10 min. Preferred position
3 CLICK -Next color Next source (radio/playlist) Next device - Change function

Are you interested?

If you are interested in learning more about Logic Group smart home, contact our electrician and smart home specialist

Direct email: nhy@logic-group.com

NICKLAS HYLLEBERG+45 21 89 53 43