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Installation Simplified… by April 2006 Installation Simplified… by April 2006

Cell Phones § As a courtesy to all, please set your cell phones to Cell Phones § As a courtesy to all, please set your cell phones to silent. § There will be a break to return phone calls

Installation Installation

System Controller: Omni LT System Controller: Omni LT

System Controller: Omni IIe / Pro II System Controller: Omni IIe / Pro II

Lumina and Lumina Pro Lumina and Lumina Pro

Power & Ground § Ground to good earth ground with thick wire for surge/lightning Power & Ground § Ground to good earth ground with thick wire for surge/lightning protection. § Connect transformer (use a good one with self reset capabilities) § Omni IIe and Pro II use 24 volt transformers § Omni LT uses 16 volt transformer § 40 VA transformer § Lumina systems include a transformer and battery

Phone Line Seizure § RJ 31 X Jack § Phone Access § Local § Phone Line Seizure § RJ 31 X Jack § Phone Access § Local § Remote RED BROWN GRAY GREEN Bend tab up if necessary to ensure tight fit. § Central Station § Computer Access

Security System Wiring Zones / Inputs + Z 1 - Normally Closed + Z Security System Wiring Zones / Inputs + Z 1 - Normally Closed + Z 2 - Normally Open § Door and window security contacts § Multiple contacts may be wired in series

Multiple Contacts On a Loop Window 2 + - Z 1 Zones / Inputs Multiple Contacts On a Loop Window 2 + - Z 1 Zones / Inputs Window 1 Normally Closed Window 3

Powered Devices +Aux+ Z 5 - § Motion Detectors § CO Detectors § Glass Powered Devices +Aux+ Z 5 - § Motion Detectors § CO Detectors § Glass break Pwr NC Note: Diagram shows a normally closed (NC) device. A normally open device can be used if the EOL is in parallel.

4 - Wire Smoke Detection Note for 4 -wire smokes start on zone 5 4 - Wire Smoke Detection Note for 4 -wire smokes start on zone 5 (easier to wire)

2 - Wire Smoke Detection It is recommended NOT to use 2 -wire smokes 2 - Wire Smoke Detection It is recommended NOT to use 2 -wire smokes with sounders (too much power draw)

RJ-31 X Telco Jack § Line seizure to dial out in emergency § Ability RJ-31 X Telco Jack § Line seizure to dial out in emergency § Ability to use in house phones

HAI Consoles & Touchscreens HAI Consoles & Touchscreens

Address Each Console & Touchscreen Consoles: Push and hold 4 & uparrow to get Address Each Console & Touchscreen Consoles: Push and hold 4 & uparrow to get into console set up mode Touchscreens: Tap and hold HAI logo to get into Touchscreen set up mode

Powerline Interface § For Lighting and Appliance control § Do not plug into surge Powerline Interface § For Lighting and Appliance control § Do not plug into surge strip § HLC PIM plugs into Serial Port § X-10 plugs into X-10 jack

Serial Connection Serial Connection

Ethernet § Omni IIe, Omni. Pro II, Lumina, and Lumina Pro Controllers § Port Ethernet § Omni IIe, Omni. Pro II, Lumina, and Lumina Pro Controllers § Port 4369 § 128 -bit AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) § Use DNS service for Dynamic IP if remote access desired

Omni IIe / Pro II Security Expanders • 10 A 06 -1 Hardwire Expander Omni IIe / Pro II Security Expanders • 10 A 06 -1 Hardwire Expander • Mounts on Controller • 16 Zones • Up to 2 on Omni II, Pro II • 22 A 00 -1 Omni. LT expansion module • 16 Zones and 8 voltage outputs • Mounts on Omni. LT controller • 17 A 00 Expansion Enclosure • 16 Zones and 16 voltage outputs • 1 amp battery backed, monitored power supply – uses 24 V 40 VA transformer, 12 V battery • Ideal for powering touchscreens • Saves on homerun wiring • Up to 8 on Omni. Pro II

Thermostat Installation communication connector sensor HVAC wires Backlight jumper Thermostat Installation communication connector sensor HVAC wires Backlight jumper

Thermostat Communication Earth 24 VAC 12 V GND INPUT + Z 1 - • Thermostat Communication Earth 24 VAC 12 V GND INPUT + Z 1 - • • • 12 V GND SWITCH + Z 2 - + Z 3 - 12 V GND 12 V AUXILIARY + Z 4 - GND A B INT CONSOLE + Z 5 - + Z 6 - GND EXT 1 GND 2 3 HORN + Z 7 - + Z 8 - GND 4 5 GND 6 7 GND 8 OUTPUTS + Z 9 - Address: Mode Off, Prog 3 x, Fan, Location 00, Fan to Exit Option 3, Value 5 Filter Reminder • Turn off Option 15, Value 60 + Z 10 - + Z 11 - + Z 12 - GRN RED BRN GRY PHONE + Z 13 - + Z 14 - + Z 15 - + Z 16 -

Communications Wiring Detail § When used with HAI controller, connect black AND red communication Communications Wiring Detail § When used with HAI controller, connect black AND red communication wires from thermostat to black wire, then black wire to COM at the controller. Wire as shown. Omni IIe / Pro II / Lumina Omni. LT

Address Thermostats § Be sure thermostats are working with HVAC system first (follow procedure Address Thermostats § Be sure thermostats are working with HVAC system first (follow procedure in manual) § Enable thermostats in controller: Setup - Installer – Temperatures (9 -#-5 on console) and set each thermostat to auto heat/cool § Press Prog Fan to get into set up mode § Location 0 is the Thermostat Address § Use ^ and v keys to change location value § Set thermostats to consecutive addresses (1, 2, 3…) § While you’re there, turn off internal scheduler (location 3 = 5) § Use < and > keys while in set up to advance to next location § Press FAN to exit set up or just let it time out § Verify communications by Status-Temperature (6 -5) on console – you should see thermostat temperature § See the manual before you change anything else!!

Outdoor Temp Earth 24 VAC 12 V GND INPUT 12 V GND SWITCH + Outdoor Temp Earth 24 VAC 12 V GND INPUT 12 V GND SWITCH + Z 1 - + Z 2 - + Z 3 - 12 V GND 12 V AUXILIARY + Z 4 - GND A B INT CONSOLE + Z 5 - + Z 6 - GND EXT 1 GND 2 3 HORN + Z 7 - + Z 8 - GND 4 5 GND 6 7 GND 8 OUTPUTS + Z 9 - + Z 10 - + Z 11 - No Direct Sunlight or Direct Rain Mount In a Covered Location ‘Weather resistant’ Not ‘Weather Proof’ Mount Vertically 31 A 00 -7 Outdoor Sensor + Z 12 - GRN RED BRN GRY PHONE + Z 13 - + Z 14 - + Z 15 - + Z 16 -

Power Up § Follow power up procedure in manual. § Check connections for shorts, Power Up § Follow power up procedure in manual. § Check connections for shorts, opens, wire whiskers, tightness, etc. § Plug in transformer (system should power up: AC power LED comes on and status light flashes) § Connect Battery § Consoles will beep during power up and until addresses are set. § Test all zones and devices!

Setup Setup

The “Left half” and The “Right half” Set Up: Programming: § Names of Units, The “Left half” and The “Right half” Set Up: Programming: § Names of Units, Zones, Buttons, Thermostats, Codes, etc. § Where home automation is done, coordinating security, temperature and lighting § Zone types, output types, thermostat types § Expansion boards and enclosures, wireless § Digital and voice dialers § Longitude, latitude & time zone, etc. § Front Light on When Front door is open if it’s after dark

PCAccess § Create programs in PCAccess § Review, edit delete, cut, paste, copy § PCAccess § Create programs in PCAccess § Review, edit delete, cut, paste, copy § Search for programs § Download to controller

Security Stamp Recommendation: Just Hit ‘Enter’ Security Stamp Recommendation: Just Hit ‘Enter’

Password Default Password: ‘Password’ Password Default Password: ‘Password’

Opening screen Open or create a New File Opening screen Open or create a New File

Creating a New File Creating a New File

Creating a New File Once a controller is selected the file data can not Creating a New File Once a controller is selected the file data can not be converted to a different controller

Customer Data Just for your notes All of data on this screen is for Customer Data Just for your notes All of data on this screen is for company records. It is NOT downloaded to the controller

Setup Names/Voice: Zones Always Step 1 Note: Use Upper/Lower Case Hardware cheat sheet: Z= Setup Names/Voice: Zones Always Step 1 Note: Use Upper/Lower Case Hardware cheat sheet: Z= Main Control Board; EX 1 -1 = Expander 1, Input 1; EE 1 -1 = Expansion Enclosure 1, Input 1 Note: Always Choose the voice descriptions when text is entered. It is an excellent habit!

Setup Names/Voice: Tab Key Setup Names/Voice: Tab Key

Setup Names/Voice: Units HLC units are labeled on the right Setup Names/Voice: Units HLC units are labeled on the right

1. HLC Configuration LIVING ROOM SWITCHES LIVING ROOM CONTROLLER HOUSE CONTROLLER MASTER BEDROOM DINING 1. HLC Configuration LIVING ROOM SWITCHES LIVING ROOM CONTROLLER HOUSE CONTROLLER MASTER BEDROOM DINING ROOM SWITCHES DINING ROOM CONTROLLER

Set up rooms with HLC § To Use HLC: § Rooms are set up Set up rooms with HLC § To Use HLC: § Rooms are set up in groups of 8 units § The first unit in a room is reserved for a room controller § The last unit can be used for a house controller § All you have to do is create the rooms and HLC does the rest § 1: Living Room Controller § § § § 2: Chandelier 3: Sconces 4: Wall Wash 5: Lamps 6: Picture Spots 7: 8: 9: Den Room Controller § § § § 10: Lights 11: Cove 12: Lamps 13: Bar 14 15 16 House Controller

HLC Details § Standard HLC Configuration: § First unit in a group of 8 HLC Details § Standard HLC Configuration: § First unit in a group of 8 (1, 9, 17, 25, …) is reserved for Room Controller § Up to 7 loads (lights or appliances) per Room Controller § Up to 8 rooms per House Controller § Omni. LT: 14 loads (2 rooms) § Omni IIe and Lumina: 56 loads (8 rooms) § Omni. Pro II and Lumina Pro: 217 loads (30 rooms) § § Example: Omni Controller automatically links 1: Living Room Controller with loads 2 – 8, and 9: Den Room Controller with loads 10 – 16. Homeowner can easily adjust scenes for the different rooms. Up to 8 House Controllers can be added anywhere “on the eights” in the first 64 units (example: unused unit 8 and/or 16) and it will control the first 8 rooms (64 units). Loads and buttons are still fully controllable (and programmable) in Omni

Setup Names/Voice: Buttons Note: Only use a ‘Button’ when the customer should have manual Setup Names/Voice: Buttons Note: Only use a ‘Button’ when the customer should have manual control of the routine. Use a flag for ‘hidden’ routines

Setup Names/Voice: Codes Note: Naming users and assigning them individual codes makes reading the Setup Names/Voice: Codes Note: Naming users and assigning them individual codes makes reading the even logs easier and more informative.

Setup Names/Voice: Thermostat Setup Names/Voice: Thermostat

Setup Names/Voice: Messages Displayed On Keypad Spoken over the phone or out the 2 Setup Names/Voice: Messages Displayed On Keypad Spoken over the phone or out the 2 -way voice board ASCII Messages Sent / Received through the RS-232 serial port (Pro. Link) ^M=Carriage Return Note: The text and voice do not have to relate to each other but it does reduce confusion

Serial Configuration Confirm the Correct Port Leave at 9600 Baud For Serial Connections: Code Serial Configuration Confirm the Correct Port Leave at 9600 Baud For Serial Connections: Code 1 in the software file MUST match Code 1 CURRENTLY in the controller. At default both are 1111. After 3 unsuccessful tries you are locked out. Pull the transformer and battery to power down the controller.

Network Configuration The Omni Pro. II uses a 10 Base T connection Change via Network Configuration The Omni Pro. II uses a 10 Base T connection Change via console, serial or modem Ethernet Options on the Console 9, Valid Code, 6, (Scroll to Options) Must be read from the console For Network Connections: Code 1 in the software file MUST match Code 1 CURRENTLY in the controller. At default both are 1111. After 3 unsuccessful tries you are locked out. Pull the transformer and battery to power down the controller.

Modem Configuration Confirm the Correct Port Last 4 ones ‘ 1111’ is the access Modem Configuration Confirm the Correct Port Last 4 ones ‘ 1111’ is the access code Leave at 19200 Baud Modems should ‘auto discover’ LT = 300 Omni II = 9600 Pro II = 14. 4 K For Modem Connections: Code 1 in the software file MUST match Code 1 CURRENTLY in the controller. At default both are 1111. After 3 unsuccessful tries you are locked out. Pull the transformer and battery to power down the controller.

Command: Set Time Are we currently in Daylight Savings Time? Winter = No Summer Command: Set Time Are we currently in Daylight Savings Time? Winter = No Summer = Yes

Show / Status Show / Status

Show / Status / Zones Note: It is an excellent habit to always confirm Show / Status / Zones Note: It is an excellent habit to always confirm hardware connections A/D Reading 0 - 255 Omni II / Pro II – Standard (non-smoke) readings: 0 – 20 = High Side Ground Fault 36 – 80 = Low Side Ground Fault 111 – 136 = Closed 158 – 200 = Trouble 21 – 35 = Trouble 81 – 110 = Trouble 137 – 157 = End Of Line (Secure) 201 – 255 = Open

Show / Status / Units Note: Double click a unit to go to the Show / Status / Units Note: Double click a unit to go to the unit/command screen Note: When 2 -way devices are used the controller will automatically update the status. Remember to set the PLC Communication protocol correctly. This option is based on the last known command to or from a load. Note: This can only be reliable information if 2 -way devices are used

Command / Units – Compose Note: This screen shot is for a Unit set Command / Units – Compose Note: This screen shot is for a Unit set for Compose. Based on how the PLC format is set the ‘Scene’ command will change to ‘Light Level’

Command / Units - Standard Note: Notice the ‘Light Level’ Option. ‘Ramp’ refers to Command / Units - Standard Note: Notice the ‘Light Level’ Option. ‘Ramp’ refers to ALC options. Off / On / Dim / Brighten: Perform the desired command for the time period, and then do the opposite.

Setup / Codes Code 1 is the users most powerful code. It is always Setup / Codes Code 1 is the users most powerful code. It is always a Master code and will always allow access via PC Access software. Never set user 1 to 0, 0, 0, 0.

Setup / Dial Number is spoken during ‘dialed’ voice notification for alarms. Setup / Dial Number is spoken during ‘dialed’ voice notification for alarms.

Setup / Dial T = 2 Second Pause Setup / Dial T = 2 Second Pause

Setup / Arming Should Say Entry/ Exit and Perimeter Zone Type Chime Turn off Setup / Arming Should Say Entry/ Exit and Perimeter Zone Type Chime Turn off when kids have access to the console Loss of Phone is considered a ‘trouble’ condition Technically is ‘Force Arm’ Yes/No? All Lights On for Alarm

Setup / Miscellaneous - Settings Speak alarms out the 2 -way voice board A Setup / Miscellaneous - Settings Speak alarms out the 2 -way voice board A link is in the www. homeauto. com dealer section User: dealer PW: haidlr Which light to flash in alarm?

Setup / Miscellaneous – Control Include this house code in the All On/Off Command? Setup / Miscellaneous – Control Include this house code in the All On/Off Command? Standard: X 10, PCS, Lightolier in Compatibility Mode Extended: Leviton, ACT A 10 Compose: Lightolier Compose UPB: for non HAI UPB products HLC: for HAI Lighting Control Products

Setup / Miscellaneous – Clocks Time Clocks are used to compare against in programs. Setup / Miscellaneous – Clocks Time Clocks are used to compare against in programs. They are not time schedules.

Setup / Miscellaneous – DST Setup / Miscellaneous – DST

Setup / Installer - Control Set The UPB Network Address and Password The 8 Setup / Installer - Control Set The UPB Network Address and Password The 8 Outputs on the Main Control Board

Setup / Installer - Zones This refers to the 17 A 00 zone expansion Setup / Installer - Zones This refers to the 17 A 00 zone expansion cabinet, NOT the 10 A 06 zone expander When Zone Resistors are turned off all zone inputs MUST be Normally Closed

Popular Zone Types • • • Entry / Exit – Entry Exit Doors Perimeter Popular Zone Types • • • Entry / Exit – Entry Exit Doors Perimeter – Windows and Entry Points that should instantly alarm Night Interior – Motion armed in Night / Away and Vacation Modes Away Interior – Same as a Night Interior but NOT armed in Night Mode 2 X or 4 X Entry Delay – Multiply the standard entry delay time Fire – 2 or 4 wire smoke detector Auxiliary – ONLY automation, no security function Outdoor Temperature – Temperature sensor, show on thermostats Temperature – Temperature sensor, do not show on thermostats Temperature Alarm – Temperature sensor, alarm when programmed High or Low settings are exceeded.

Setup / Installer - Communicator Always use Contact ID when available Setup / Installer - Communicator Always use Contact ID when available

Setup / Installer - Partitioning Setup / Installer - Partitioning

Setup / Installer - Temperature Setup / Installer - Temperature

Setup / Installer - Miscellaneous Only relates to access to Installer menus on the Setup / Installer - Miscellaneous Only relates to access to Installer menus on the console Only relates to access to modem call in

Setup / Installer - Miscellaneous ‘ 0’ will keep the controller from looking for Setup / Installer - Miscellaneous ‘ 0’ will keep the controller from looking for a phone line. Don’t forget to return to 8 once the house has a phone line.

Setup / Installer - Miscellaneous Turning off sounder supervision does not turn the supervision Setup / Installer - Miscellaneous Turning off sounder supervision does not turn the supervision current off

Setup / Installer - Expansion Omni. Link – HAI Programming Protocol Pro. Link – Setup / Installer - Expansion Omni. Link – HAI Programming Protocol Pro. Link – Custom written ASCII Messages Leave at 0! Module # refers to the jumper in the upper left corner. Defaults are 1 – 10 A 06 Expander 2 – ALC Board 3 – Serial Board

Consoles § You can do all set up and programming from the console, using Consoles § You can do all set up and programming from the console, using the menus. § Allows you to get the basics up and running quickly in the field. § Programs can be added, edited or deleted. § Search capability.

Congratulations! You know how to install, setup, and program HAI Omni-Family automation systems. Congratulations! You know how to install, setup, and program HAI Omni-Family automation systems.

What are the next steps? § Align yourself with an HAI Distribution Partner § What are the next steps? § Align yourself with an HAI Distribution Partner § Purchase a system to install in your home or office § Complete training special forms § Get HAI Tri-Folds to present to your customers § Meet requirements to be listed on HAI web-site § Sign up for HAI lead programs § Sign Up for e-mail news from HAI § Become a Five Star Dealer § Resources § Sales & Marketing: HAI Territory Manager § Tech Support: 800 -229 -7256 x 5 § Pricing: Distribution Partner

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