Electrical Requirements

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Remote Control Operation

When Remote Control Technology is utilised, the blinds can be parallel wired. Each unit requires a three core 240 V (active, neutral
and earth) feed which must then be connected to the supplied Evaya ( Hirschmann ) proprietary plug and tail.
This cable plugs directly into the motor of the blind when installed.

Connecting Evaya Tail With TPS
ACTIVE – BROWN
NEUTRAL – BLUE
EARTH – GREEN
BLACK – NOT REQUIRED IN REMOTE CONTROL

RS 485
By using an RS485 transmitter the installation can be configured to operate within a building automation system.

Wind Sensor
The Eolis sensor is designed to protect the EV80 systems against high wind damage. The remote control technology requires 240v
power supply only as communication with shading systems occurs wirelessly. See mounting options.

Switch Control Operation

Power to the blinds MUST NOT BE WIRED IN PARALLEL. Irreparable damage to the motor and or installation will occur.
Each blind requires it’s own dedicated four core 240 V (2 x active, neutral and earth) feed which must then be connected to the
supplied Evaya ( Hirschmann ) proprietary plug and tail. This cable plugs directly into the motor of the blind when installed.

Connecting Evaya Tail With TPS
ACTIVE – BROWN AND BLACK
NEUTRAL – BLUE
EARTH – GREEN

Wind Sensor
The Eolis WT (Wired Technology) unit is a sensor designed for building management system integration. The WT sensor is a wired
sensor connected to a control unit within a central switch board hub. Wiring diagrams available on request. See mounting options

Current

As an indication, the motors draw 0.4 – 0.6 Amps under maximum load and therefore do not require their own circuit.

Location Of Power

As a guide the power should be located centrally across the width of the unit. Section images below highlight the feed based on the
pelmet options.

Evaya Pelmet Type A & B
A indicates power.

pelmet configiration

Evaya Pelmet Type C - Mounting Plate
A indicates power.
This is based on a built reveal installation.

pelmet C

Wind Sensor - Operation & Mounting
The wind threshold can be adjusted by the potentiometer to accommodate varying wind speeds. When the wind speed exceeds the
threshold set an up order is given to the shading systems. As long as the measured wind speed remains higher than the adjusted
threshold, any commands to lower, raise or tilt the shading systems are inhibited. When the wind speed falls below the threshold
setting, an order or command can be given. When specified, provision for the installation and correct wiring of an Eolis sensor must
be provided for. Mounting options are as below.

wind sensor