[ENG] 12.1. [DKSF 53/203.1 IU] What Is «Schedule», and How to Configure It?

The module «Schedule» allows yout to set a schedule according to which a relay will be switched on and switched off.

To use the module «Schedule», there is a need to switch a relay to the mode «Schedule» or «Schedule+Watchdog» on the page «RELAYS» of a device web interface. To configure the module «Schedule», there is a need to go to the page «SCHEDULE 1» or «SCHEDULE 2» of a device web interface:

Status

Local Clock – shows a current time, day of the week and a date.

Local Time Shift – is a timezone. It is configured on the page «SETUP» of a device web interface.

NTP Status – displays a status of time synchronization via an NTP protocol. Addresses of NTP servers are configured on the page «SETUP» of a device web interface.

Weekly Schedule

In the section «WEEKLY SCHEDULE (FOR RELAY1)» a schedule is specified for controlling a relay. For each day of the week, it is possible to configure four intervals of switching a relay on/off.

An interval begins at the time of switching a relay on (a column «On») and ends at the time of switching it off (a column «Off»). Time is specified in the format «hh:mm» in the range 00:00 – 23:59. Time must increase from left to right: in an interval, a time of switching on must take place before the time of switching off, and the time of switching on in the interval 2 must take place after the time of switching off in the interval 1. The cells can be left empty, in this case, the next not empty cell will work. For example, it is acceptable to switch on on «MON» and switch off on «FRI».

A column «Same as prev. day» allows applying of the schedule of a previous day to a current day in one click, thus simplifying a configuration of a schedule. Check a corresponding checkbox to apply a schedule of a previous day to a current day.

Action time («On» or «Off») that has been executed the last, is displayed on the page in bold, which allows determining what actions and in what interval will be performed quickly.

After setting all necessary parameters, there is a need to click the button «Apply changes».

Holidays Substitution

The lines «Aux 1», «Aux 2», «Aux 3» allow setting a special schedule for holidays. These schedules are linked to holidays in the section «HOLIDAYS` SUBSTITUTION».

The section «HOLIDAYS` SUBSTITUTION» allows setting a special schedule for holidays or link a schedule of any work day to a holiday. It is possible to save up to eight holidays in a memory of a device.

In the line «Date» a date of a holiday is indicated in the format «dd.mm» in the range 01.01 – 31.12.

in the line «Substitute» a schedule is indicated that will be used on this day. A drop-down list allows choosing the next variants: «MON», «TUE», «WED», «THU», «FRI», «SAT», «SUN», «AUX 1», «AUX 2», «AUX 3».

After setting all necessary parameters click the button «Apply changes».

Default Relay State

A relay state when the setting of the clock failed determines a reaction of a relay in the moment of a time reset in the built-in clock of a device. The next modes are possible: «Permanent On», «Permanent Off», «Ignore Failure».

This setting is activated when the clock is reset to the date before 2000. If the clock is reset to the date after 2000, then a device will not use this setting.

Permanent On – when resetting the clock, a relay is always switched on regardless a configured schedule.

Permanent Off – when resetting the clock, a relay is always switched off regardless a configured schedule.

Ignore failure – when resetting the clock, a relay continues to work on the basis of a configured schedule.

After setting all necessary parameters click the button «Apply changes».