Somfy ZDMI - Installation Manual



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ZDMI INTERFACE






DESCRIPTION


The Somfy Z-Wave Digital Motor Interface (ZDMI) is a Z-Wave routing device
that resides as a node within a designated Z-Wave control network. It receives
Z-Wave transmissions and converts them to motor control commands for Somfy’s
Sonesse 50 ILT2 (AC) motor and Sonesse 30 RS485 (DC) motor. The interface
also receives feedback information from these motors and distributes it to the
Z-Wave network.





Part No: 1870171





WIRING DIAGRAMS




Typical Sonesse 30 RS485 Motor Connection Typical Sonesse 50 ILT2 Motor Connection




GENERAL REQUIREMENTS


• The Sonesse 30 Motor configuration is powered externally by +24VDC. Using the Power Cable
(part no. 9016020) make sure that the white wire is on the left, and the black wire is on the right +24 VDC
when plugged into the interface. Apply +24 VDC to the white wire, and -24 VDC to the black wire. -24 VDC

• The interface must be mounted within thirty (30) feet of each motor head and attached by a
Com cable to its respective modular communication port.

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GENERAL REQUIREMENTS CONT.


• The Sonesse 50 Motor configuration is powered by the ILT Com Cable once the motor is connected to 120V AC.

• One interface is used for each Somfy Sonesse 50 ILT2 and Sonesse 30 RS485 motor.



Z-WAVE CERTIFICATION

• This device is Z-Wave certified and will work with all Z-Wave certified controllers.
• This device supports the association command class to send unsolicited status reports to devices upon a change
of state.
• The device supports 1 association group with up to 5 Z-Wave Node IDs.
• Upon a change of state the device will send both a Hail Command and a Basic Report to those Z-Wave node IDs
listed in association group 1.


NETWORK SETUP

In order for the ZDMI to become fully operational, all connections must be properly made according to the wiring diagram,
and the electronic limits of the motor must first be set. Please refer to the respective motor instructions on how to set the
electronic limits.

Including the ZDMI into a Network

1. Upon power-up, the INCLUSION LED will illuminate for five (5) seconds
then turn off. When the LED turns off, press the SETUP button to
verify motor movement.

2. Select the inclusion command on your Z-Wave programmer or remote
controller.

3. Press the SETUP button to include the ZDMI in the network. Verify that
the INCLUSION LED stays illuminated when the interface is included in
the network.


Excluding the ZDMI from a Network

1. Select the exclusion command on your Z-Wave programmer or remote
controller.

2. Press the SETUP button to exclude the ZDMI from the network. Verify that
the INCLUSION LED turns off.



OPERATION BY CONTROLLER

The ZDMI interface can be operated by 3
rd
party automation, handheld and PC based controllers, or by manually by pressing
the SETUP button. The following convention is used when operating from either 3
rd
party automation or controllers:

• Light ON = Window Covering UP, Light OFF = Window Covering DOWN.

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OPERATION BY CONTROLLER CONT.

• Light DIM & BRIGHTEN = Window Covering Opened Percentage where 0% = Window Covering CLOSED at its
lower limit, and 100% = Window Covering OPEN at its upper limit.

• Lighting percentage values between 0% and 100% = 99 intermediate window covering positions.



MANUAL OPERATION


The SETUP button can be used to manually operate the motor at any time as follows:

1. With the motor at rest, pressing & releasing the SETUP button will send the motor to its upper or lower limit.
Pressing & holding the SETUP button will send the motor in the up or down direction, then stop in position
when the button is released. To adjust position in the same direction, press & hold the SETUP button again,
then release the button when the desired position is reached.

2. While the motor is moving, press & release the SETUP button to reverse direction to its opposite limit. The
SETUP button may also be pressed & held, then released at the desired position to stop the motor.




FACTORY RESET


Sonesse 30 RS485 Motor

1. Remove the 24VDC power from the Interface.

2. Press & hold the SETUP button while plugging the 24VDC power back into the Interface. Continue holding the
SETUP button, and the INCLUSION LED begins to blink slowly then rapidly after 5 seconds.

3. Upon rapid blinking of the LED, release the SETUP button. The LED will remain off.


Sonesse 50 ILT2 Motor

1. Unplug the motor’s communications cable from the Interface.

2. Press & hold the SETUP button while plugging the motor back into the Interface. Continue holding the
SETUP button, and the INCLUSION LED begins to blink slowly then rapidly after 5 seconds.

3. Upon rapid blinking of the LED, release the SETUP button. The LED will remain off.


ZDMI ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Voltage Input: Requires Regulated +24VDC. Voltage Output: Regulated +24 VDC, passed through from the Input Voltage
Power Consumption: 50 mA @ 24VDC.





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ORDERING INFORMATION

Description Part Number Description Part Number

ZDMI Interface 1870171 24VDC Plug-in Wall Mount Transformer 1822209
Sonesse 30 RS485 Motor 1000658 24VDC Plug-in Table Top Transformer 1822116
Sonesse 50 ILT2 Motor (Star head) 1030094 Dry Contact Wall Switch (White) 1800219
Sonesse 50 ILT2 Motor (Round head) 1030077 Dry Contact Wall Switch (Ivory) 1800220
Power Cable (supplied) 9016020 Com Cable (supplied) 9016021



CONTACT SOMFY Somfy Technical Support USA
800-647-6639
Monday through Friday 8:00AM – 8:00PM EST

Somfy Customer Service Email USA


North East Region CSRNE@somfy.com

Southeast Region CSRSE@somfy.com

Central Regions CSRNE@somfy.com

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