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WIRED AND WIRELESS SMART SWITCH OPERATION MANUAL INSTALLATION AND USE

WIRED FOR RELIABILITY

WIRELESS FOR CONVENIENCE

ELEGANT HIGH QUALITY ALLOY

NO OPERATING MANUAL NEEDED

AWNING MOTOR CONTROL WITH REVERSING POLARITY

LOW POWER DRAW< 10mA

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WIRED SMART SWITCH

Smart Switch and IO Board (Patent Pending)

1. Alloy switch body 20mm deep

2. Custom Laser engraved: 2 rows 7 characters back lit 3. Switch circuit output feedback LED: dims in sync with LED 4. Power to Switch based backlit and feedback LEDS (0.01A) 5. RJ45 Cable that is a wired connection from switch to I/O board. 6. Smart I/O Board with: • 3 x 10A Channels fused with integrated relays • 1 x 2A Channel LED only fused 7. IO to 12V devices and LED lights • Relay based outputs have common ground. • LED outputs have floating negative and com- mon +ve 8. 12V Power to IO Board up to 20A per board.

Dual Switching is easily done by using an RJ45 Combiner. Plug and Play. If you require one button only for all off or interlocks, break into the RJ45 with a custom female end. See page xx of this manual for how.

Why are they Smart?

1. The operation of the switch consumes 0.01A per but- ton. This is with the LED lit! 2. Simply plug-on different controllers to change from 12V device/LED operation to motor control for aw- ning and slide-outs. 3. Switch signal from switch button to the Smart IO is on the negative wire. Very low voltage, no need for fusing. 4. LED feedback around the switch labeled button comes from the output of the Smart IO board. It is NOT just a confirmed input LED. So if the feedback LED is lit but the external light is not coming on, the actual LED or LED connection has failed. 5. The feedback LED is fed from the negative connection. This means no need for fusing and ultra-low power consumption. 6. Taking power off and then back on to the Smart IO and Switch will return it to the state it was before the power was taken off. No need to fiddle with a microprocessor. 7. When operating in wireless mode, the switch LED is synchronized to show the same state that the wireless control has created. 8. With the secure wireless mesh hub, program logic and scenes into all the switches from your smartphone. See Page xx of this manual.

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Inside Smart Switch and IO Board (Patent Pending)

1. Clip on DIN rail base.

2. 10A Fuse Holders with 1-4 (but never 5) fuses. 3. Phoenix Plug at top with 12V + On left

4. Phoenix Plug at bottom with 7 outputs

5. RJ45 Cable that is a wired connection from switch to I/O board. 6. Two rows of vertical pins: • Top row: black LED and 12V device controller • Bottom row: blue 12v Motor controller

Inside Smart Switch and Labels (Patent Pending)

1. Either spring clips of C shape pressure mount.

2. 12V + And -ve wired. This can be a very small cable of 0.3mm2 as it only uses power for LED backlit/control 0.01A per switch button. The 12V -ve must be the same ground -ve used for the Smart IO board. 3. The Position of the labeled button and the Smart IO outputs is shown in the detailed pages that follow. Note the Top Left is always reserved for LED light. 5. The buttons are backlit - very, very softly so users are not disturbed at night. However, if a water pump is left on and the surrounding blue LED disturbs users, then simply disassemble the switch (4 M3 screws) and cover either 1,2, 3 or 4 internal backlit LEDs on 1-4 sides with black tape. It would be best to leave at least 1 exposed so the pump “on” status is visible. 4. The buttons can be easily removed and changed.

Switching more than 8-10A continuously

6. Up to 2 Rows of customised letters. Maximum of 7 characters each row.

1. Use the Optional Solid State Switch.

2. INDUCTIVE LOADS like Air-compressor need a 4 x rated capacity. So a 25A compressor load requires a 100A Sold state rated load. 3. NON-INDUCTIVE LOADS like Large LED Light Bars require a 2 x rated capacity. So a 30A light- bar needs a 60A Sold state rated load. For long periods of use, the included heat sink is required. 4. The key with solid state relays is COOLING. There is a solid Cadmium/Nickel coated plate on the bottom that is essential for transferring heat. This should be mounted to a metal frame. 5. Use the supplied elevated heat sink if mounting to fibreglass, wood or thin metal.

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SMART SWITCHING LED LIGHTING ONLY

A: LED Lights ONLY with Black controller installed:

Background on wiring for Dimmable LED Lights.

Dimmable LED lights are dimmed by raising the 12V negative line to the light.

So each negative line MUST be independent. Do not ground to chassis or battery negative.

The 12V + line to LEDs may be a common line with a single fuse. This is done at output terminal R3-1, the 5 th pin from the left.

For LED Lighting circuits, relays are not engaged so check: • J1, J2, J3 are all pinned to 2-3 • J4, J5 are pinned to 1-2

• Fuse is placed in F5, if there is a fuse in F3 it is removed. R3-1 will be a common 12V+ for ALL LED Circuits • R1-2, R2-2. R3-2, R4-1 will be switch negative by the controller which can dim these circuits by direct control to 2A each

Easy Touch Switch inputs are wired using the RJ45 connector on I1, I2, I3 and I4 to and switch to GND (0V)

Switch Button Mapping to Wiring Positions (negative shown for LED lighting)

Terminal No for Switch Button - ALL LED Terminal 7: -ve 12V Terminal 6:-ve 12V

TOP LEFT BUTTON

TOP RIGHT BUTTON

Terminal 4:-ve 12V

Terminal 2:-ve 12V

BOTTOM LEFT BUTTON

BOTTOM RIGHT BUTTON

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12V GND I1

I2 W 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 I3 G B I4 R

INPUT TERMINALS

RJ45

J4 1 2 3

J5 1 2 3

6A

6A

2A

12V GND 1 2 3 4 R G B W A

+

6A 6A

12V GND R G B W B +

C + A

Not Used

2A

2A 2A 2A

2A

J2

J1 2 3

J3

2

2 3

1A

1A

1A

3

1

1

1

RELAY 1 Type C

RELAY 3 Type A

RELAY 2 Type C

F1

F2

F5

F3

F4

12V

12V

12V

10A

10A

5A

10A

10A

2A

2A

OUTPUT TERMINALS

R1-1

R1-2

R3-1

R3-2 R4-1

R2-1

R2-2

Common 12V+

Wiring of Negative ONLY lines 1. Dimmable LED’s Switch on the negative line 2. They do this by raising the negative voltage to nearly 12V when fully dimmed.

3. When fully on, they are at 0V

Top Right R3-2

Top Left R4-1

4. Never earth or common LED Lighting Negative Lines

5. There can be a 12V Positive Common and this is fused with Fuse F5

Bottom Left R2-2

Bottom Right R1-2

6. When using F5, do not us F3. F1, F2 may be in or out, it makes no difference. Fuse F4 must be used.

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SMART SWITCHING 12V DEVICES & LED LIGHTING

12V Devices (like pumps) AND LED Lights with Black controller installed:

There can be 3 x 12v on/off devices to a max of 10A each.

The last circuit : 4 is ALWAYS for LED.

The Max current at any one time is 20A across all circuits.

Relays are engaged for 12V Devices. Relay activation do this:

• J1, J2, J3 are all pinned to 1-2 • J4, J5 are pinned to 1-2 • When Fuse F1, F2, F3, are in place, R1-1, R2-1, R3-1 will turn 12V+ on relay close. Use this 12V positive with any battery negative to drive the 12V device. The circuit is fused on the board. • R4-1 is always negative for LED dimmable light only.

FOR LED circuits on R1, R2 or R3, disengage the relays by: • J1, J2 ,J3 are then pinned to 2-3 • J4, J5 are pinned to 1-2

• Fuse is placed in F5, if there is a fuse in F3 it is removed. R3-1 will be a common 12V+ for ALL LED Circuits • R1-2, R2-2. R3-2, R4-1 will be switch negative by the controller which can dim these circuits by direct control to 2A each Easy Touch Switch inputs are wired using the RJ45 connector on I1, I2, I3 and I4 to and switch to GND (0V)

Switch Button Mapping to Wiring Positions (Positive shown for 12V devices and negative shown for LED lighting)

CONFIGURATION SHEETS FOR YOUR SYSTEM: ONE RELAY, 3 LEDS

Terminal No for Switch Button

Terminal 7: -ve 12V

Terminal 6:-ve 12V

TOP LEFT BUTTON

TOP RIGHT BUTTON

TWO RELAYS, 2 LEDS

Terminal 4:-ve 12V

Relay Terminal 1: +12V BOTTOM RIGHT BUTTON

BOTTOM LEFT BUTTON

Terminal No for Switch Button

Terminal 7: -ve 12V

Terminal 6:-ve 12V

TOP LEFT BUTTON

TOP RIGHT BUTTON

Relay Terminal 2: +12V BOTTOM LEFT BUTTON

Relay Terminal 1: +12V BOTTOM RIGHT BUTTON

THREE RELAYS, 1 LED

Terminal No for Switch Button

Terminal 7: -ve 12V

Relay Terminal 1: +12V

TOP LEFT BUTTON

TOP RIGHT BUTTON

Relay Terminal 2: +12V BOTTOM LEFT BUTTON

Relay Terminal 1: +12V BOTTOM RIGHT BUTTON

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12V GND I1

I2 W 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 I3 G B I4 R

INPUT TERMINALS

RJ45

J4 1 2 3

J5 1 2 3

6A

6A

2A

12V GND 1 2 3 4 R G B W A

+

6A 6A

12V GND R G B W B +

A

Not Used

C +

2A 2A 2A

2A

2A

J2

J1 2 3

J3

2

2 3

1A

1A

1A

3

1

1

1

RELAY 1 Type C

RELAY 3 Type A

RELAY 2 Type C

F1

F2

F5

F3

F4

12V

12V

12V

10A

10A

5A

10A

10A

2A

2A

OUTPUT TERMINALS

R1-1

R1-2

R3-1

R3-2 R4-1

R2-1

R2-2

In this example there are 2x12V devices and 2xLEDs on one 4 channel switch.

Wiring of 12V Devices ONLY: Place Fuse in F1, F2 Connect device to be operated ONLY on 12V + line with negative going to ground or battery neg. For LEDS: Wiring of Negative ONLY lines 1. Dimmable LED’s Switch on the negative line

Common 12V+

2. They do this by raising the negative voltage to nearly 12V when fully dimmed.

Top Right R3-2

Top Left R4-1

3. When fully on, they are at 0V

Bottom Left R2-2

4. Never earth or common LED Lighting Negative Lines

Bottom Right R1-2

5. There can be a 12V Positive Common and this is fused with Fuse F5

6. When using F5, do not us F3. F1, F2 may be in or out, it makes no difference. Fuse F4 must be used.

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SMART SWITCHING 12V MOTOR CONTROL

12V Motor Control of Awnings, slide-outs with Blue controller installed:

There can be just one motor controlled device per smart IO board It can use 2 switches for up/down or in/out control.

When the button is pressed the motor control begins. Taking your finger off will stop operation.

When selecting the opposite control button, the motor control polarity reverses and the 2 output wires switch polarity.

Relays are always engaged and only relays 1 and 2 are used. These relays are type C.

• Pin J1,J2 to 1-2;

• Pin J4, J5 to 2-3.

• Fuse F1, F2, are put in place;

• R1-2 and R2-2 are connected to negative. Easiest way to to run a lead to top of Switch 12V -ve

12VDC Motor control Wiring is to R1-1 and R2-1 ONLY.

These outputs do not operate at the same time. These outputs reverse polarity for a turning DC motor. Output1 is 12+ve for one motor direction and Output 2 is 12V+ for the other direction.

• When Input 1 is active from switch Relay 1 closes from NO to Closed and R1-1 becomes 12V+. R2-1 is negative. • When Input 2 is active from switch Relay 2 closes from NO to Closed and R2-1 becomes 12V+. R1-1 is negative.

• Limit Switch inputs are wired on I1, I2 and to negative.

Temperature input can be directly dired in so that the awning can operate automatically if temperature rises or falls.

One Smart Switch:

One Motor Control • Raise Left Up • Lower Left

• Will control 2 motor control smart IO. • 2 buttons used for each motor control per switch • May be vertical pair OR horizontal pair.

Second Motor Control • Raise Right Up • Lower Right

• May have a second

(duplicate) switch located elsewhere that connects to same controller

Motor Control Switch with two left buttons Raise/Lower or In/Out Switch Position: Terminal 1: Not Used: Terminal 3: Not Used:

Motor Control Switch with two right buttons Raise/Lower or In/Out Switch Position: Not Used: Terminal 1: Not Used: Terminal 3:

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12V GND I1

I2 W 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 I3 G B I4 R

INPUT TERMINALS

RJ45

J4 1 2 3

J5 1 2 3

6A

6A

2A

12V GND 1 2 3 4 R G B W A

Not Used

+

6A 6A

12V GND R G B W B +

C +

2A 2A 2A

2A

2A

J2

J1 2 3

J3

2

2 3

1A

1A

1A

3

1

1

1

RELAY 1 Type C

RELAY 3 Type A

RELAY 2 Type C

F1

F2

F5

F3

F4

12V

12V

12V

10A

10A

5A

10A

10A

2A

2A

OUTPUT TERMINALS

R1-1

R1-2

R3-1

R3-2 R4-1

R2-1

R2-2

In this example there in one motor control (In/Out) for One channel switch.

Common 12V-ve

Wiring of 12V Devices ONLY: Place Fuse in F1, F2 Connect device to be operated ONLY to R1-1 and R2-1. The Polarity Reverses for Motor control

Matched as needed: May be vertical or horizontal

R1-1 will be positive and R2-1 will be negative when button (Up) pressed. R1-1 will be negative and R2-1 will be positive when button (Down) pressed.

Limits may be included:

Wire to I1 for out limit Wire to I2 for inner limit

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SMART SWITCHING USING ADDITIONAL BUTTONS

Using other buttons

1. Adding an additional switch button to duplicate control just one of the 4 circuits on a smart IO board is easy.

2. Button output MUST be:

• Momentary for single touch • Held closed for continuous touch (for dimming) • They MUST not be latched switches 3. Switch signal from switch button to the Smart IO is on the negative wire . So the addition button will have: • One wire going to Smart IO breaking into the RJ45 connector. This diagram is shown below. • One wire going to ground (12V -ve) on RV. • There will be NO 12V +ve. • Very low voltage, no need for fusing. 4. Switch feedback LED that lights up when this additional button is pressed. Wire from switch button LED to the Smart IO. When activated, the signal is 12V Positive : • One wire going to Smart IO breaking into the RJ45 connector. This diagram is shown below. • One wire going to 12V -ve on RV. • It is very low current so fusing is optional.

DETAILED EXPLANATION OF WIRING If you need to break into a set circuit

PIN Connections at RJ45 Smart IO Board with 12V Devices and/or LED Lights

RJ45 Pin Number

PIN1

PIN2

PIN3

PIN4 Blue

PIN5

PIN6

PIN7

PIN8

RJ 45 Colour Smart Switch Button Cable polarity

Orange/White Orange Green/White

Blue/White LED Bottom Right

Green Brown/White Brown

LED Top Right

Button Bottom Left

LED Top Left

Button Bottom Right

Button Top Left

Button Top Right

LED Bottom Left

+ve

-ve

+ve

-ve

+ve

-ve

-ve

+ve

Smart IO ref No. Smart IO Terminal

R1-2

R1-2

R4-1

R3-2

Terminal 4

Terminal 2

Terminal 7 Terminal 6

Standard RJ Cat5 Cable

Special RJ Cable With Pinned Connector To break into

Easy Connector • No Solder • No Screw

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SMART SWITCHING USING MULTIPLE MOTOR CONTROL

PIN Connections at RJ45 Smart IO Board with DUAL Motor Control Switches Motor A Motor A Motor A

Motor A

Motor B

Motor B

Motor B

Motor B

PIN1

PIN2

PIN3

PIN4

PIN5

PIN6 Green

PIN7

PIN8 Brown

Orange/White

Orange

Green/White

Blue

Blue/White LED Bottom Right

Brown/White

LED Top Right

Button Bottom Left

LED Top Left

Button Bottom Right

Button Top Left

Button Top Right

LED Bottom Left

+ve

-ve

+ve

-ve

+ve

-ve

-ve

+ve

Maybe limit light

Board A PIN5 Maybe limit light

Board B PIN3 Maybe limit light

Board A PIN1 Board B PIN1 Maybe limit light

PIN Connections at RJ45 Smart IO Board For First Motor Control

Board A PIN1 Orange/White Motor Control first direction

PIN2

Board A PIN3

PIN4

Board A PIN5

PIN6 Green

Board A PIN7 Brown/White

PIN8 Brown

Orange

Green/White

Blue

Blue/White

Limit 1 Input

Motor Control second direc- tion Both +ve/-ve

Limit 2 Input

-ve

-ve

Both +ve/-ve

PIN Connections at RJ45 Smart IO Board For First Motor Control

Board B PIN1 Orange/White Motor Control first direction

PIN2

Board B PIN3

PIN4

Board B PIN5

PIN6 Green

Board B PIN7

PIN8 Brown

Orange

Green/White

Blue

Blue/White

Brown/White

Limit 1 Input

Motor Control second direc- tion Both +ve/-ve

Limit 2 Input

-ve

-ve

Both +ve/-ve

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