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& User Manual EnOcean V 0.1

Last update: July 2012 All software-related descriptions refer to the software V1279. We recommend to update older versions of the system. Small deviations in the description because of software changes are possible. All listed brands and logos are registered trademarks of their respective owners. Copyright All rights reserved. Without the the prior written permission of the publisher, no part of this document for any purpose, be reproduced or transmitted, and regardless of any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, this is happening. If this publication is made available on media by Ekon GmbH, GmbH Ekon grant permission, copies of the information contained in this file is only for private use and not to download or print for redistribution. No part of this publication may be changed, modified or used for commercial purposes. Ekon is not liable for damages resulting from the use of an illegal modified or altered publication.

The devices comply with the relevant guidelines and standards of the EU. 2

Table of Content

1. Electrical outlet. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 2. Software activation on the myGEKKO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

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1. Electrical outlet EnOcean Gateway The EnOcean gateway is a serial interface for integrating wireless radio transmitters. EnOcean devices can be connected to the myGEKKO by means of this interface. EnOcean radio modules are based on miniaturised energy converters, extremely power-saving electronics and reliable radio technology. Technical data Input voltage range

12 - 30VDC or 12 – 24VAC

Current consumption

max. 40 mA

Radio module


Wireless protocol

EnOcean standard (PTM/ STM/CTM)




8-pin plug terminals for Twire cable 1x4x0.8mm2


Plastic ABS


80 x 80 x 25 mm



Protection class

IP 20

Operating temperature

-5°C ... +40°C, rel. humidity (non-condensing) 5 ... 90%

Connection to the myGEKKO Touch The EnOcean gateway (Art. nr. ACC-ENO01) is connected to an RS232 interface on the myGEKKO. The gateway can be connected to either a free interface directly on the myGEKKO Touch or the interface distributor USB/quadruple RS232 (Art. nr. ACC-RS201). A maximum of 5 interfaces are available on a myGEKKO Touch with distributor. To connect the gateway to an RS232 interface a RS232/RS485 converter (Art. nr. ACC-RS401) is required


Connection via

Interface COM 1

with RS232 / RS485 converter



with RS232 / RS485 converter


vit USB interface distributor and RS232 / RS485 converter

Connection details

Optional power supply: 7-12VDC


Terminal 1




Terminal 2




Terminal 3



Terminal 4



Interface converter RS232/RS485 Art. ACC-RS401 Jumper SW1 (485-2W) must be in position ON!

Terminal 5

Baud rate The baud rate is to be set to 57600 on the EnOcean gateway, i.e. jumpers J1 and J2 are not set.

Jumper J3 is for setting the terminating resistor. This is set at the last gateway in the line.







2. Software activation on the myGEKKO Gateway configuration Log in as configurator. 1. In the main settings change to IO configuration . 2. The EnOcean gateway can be configured to the IO stations 5-8. For this, set the station to EnOcean. Select the respective port and set the baud rate to 57600. 3. Under ‘Configuration >>’ tap a free gateway and set the desired address. (each address must be used only once – avoid duplicate addresses) 4. Now press the S4 button on the EnOcean gateway for more than 1 second to read-in the current ID nr. of the gateway. You can read it out from the ‘LRN-MESSAGE-ID’ field.

If the current address of the gateway is known you can change it via Change ID. (NEW ID is the new address) Caution! For security reasons, the addresses of the EnOcean gateways cannot be changed more than 10 times. To test the configuration you can use the buttons LED 5 ON/OFF to switch the Led5 on and off. The connection works properly, if the LED on the gateway switches on/off. Additionally, myGEKKO responds with an ‘OK’ message.


Read-in of radio transmitters Each radio transmitter has a unique ID. This ID has to be taught-in by the gateway or entered manually in the list of participants. Entering participants manually: Usually, an 8-digit ID can be found on the backside of the radio transmitter. This ID can be entered in the list of participants of the myGEKKO. Therefore, go to the ‘TLNR’ menu of the gateway, press ‘Edit’ and set the participant number via ‘SET’. Press EDIT again to exit the edit mode. Now the gateway can communicate with the wireless transmitter.

Teach-in of participants: Press the S3 button for more than 1 second to start the read-in mode. Now, LED3 on the gateway is red and the LRN field on the myGEKKO orange. Confirm the programming/learn button on the wireless transmitter (press push-button at push-button) and it will be taught-in automatically on the gateway. Now you can control the newly taught-in ID of the wireless transmitter in the participants list of the myGEKKO. After the teach-in the programming/learning mode needs to be deactivated. For this, press the S3 button on the gateway again for 1 second. Caution! Only one radio transmitter must send when the gateway is in programming/learning mode. If multiple transmitters send simultaneously, all of them will be read in


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