SIGMASigma P master clockwww.bodet-time.comBODET SA1 rue du Général de Gaulle49340 TREMENTINESTél: 33 2 41 71 72 99Fax: 33 2 41 71 72 01Ref : 606412ZFInstallation and start-up instructionsUpon receipt, always check the product for damage during shipment. If any is found, you may file a damage1claim with the carrier.

Table of contents21) General52) Safety rulesPROTECTIONS :663) Description84) Installation4.1 Mechanical installation4.2 Electrical connections99105) Installation examples5.1 Setting a 24V time distribution5.2 Setting a DHF time distribution5.3 Programming a RHF circuit5.4 Install an option board5.5 Set a 24V TBT output1313131415156) Keypad: Key functions167) Main menu programming7.1 Standby state7.2 User menu7.3 USB loading and backup7.4 Adding DHF receivers7.5 Bank holidays7.6 Access code7.7 Time and date7.8 Dynamic radio7.9 Language7.10 Version18181819202121222323238) Programming the circuits8.1 Viewing the circuits8.2 Programming the circuits8.2.1 Add a program step8.2.2 Delete a program step8.2.3 Modify a program step8.3 Deleting a program8.4 Viewing the status of a circuit24252527272828289) Manual testing of circuits29

10) Programming in Holidays and Special Day mode3011) Technician menu programming11.1 Time synchronisation menu11.1.1 Programmable time changeover11.1.2 Setting the time base11.2 Time output management menu11.3 Relay setting menu11.4 RHF circuit function setting menu11.5 Function setting menu11.6 “Delete all programming” menu11.7 CPU software download menu11.8 Factory setting restoration menu323334353638394041424312) Priority of execution of programs4413) Alarm messages4514) Options14.1 Mechanical installation14.2 Option board with 3 AFNOR outputs14.3 Option board with 2 ASCII outputs14.4 Option board impulse //14.5 Option board with 2 serial outputs (24VDC power supply)14.6 Option board with 2 serial outputs (48VDC power supply)14.7 relay option board14.8 Option board with AFNOR input14.9 Three inputs option card4646474850515254555615) Technical characteristics5716 ) What to do if .? Check that 593

SIGMA PInstallation and start-up instructions4

1) GeneralThe Sigma is a master clock which can be used to control receiver clocks andheating circuits, lighting, ringing, access at the doors of the building, etc.The SIGMA has functions which can be programmed from the technicianmenu.On first installation, it is essential to program the technician menu (seepage 32) before the customer menu.It is also essential when installing the SIGMA to program the technicianfunctions in the order in which they appear in the menu.This product must be installed in a residential, commercial or light industryenvironment.Bodet declines all responsibility in the event of an accident resulting from usenot in accordance with the recommendations of this manual.CAUTION :Any modification on the product renders the guarantee null and void.Checking the equipment:One SIGMA master clock.One USB key,One CD containing the PC software.The CD supplied with your unit contains a program allowing you to carry outthe programming. The programming can thus be carried out simply on a PCand transferred via the USB port of the Sigma (see “USB loading and backup”,page19).To verify the model of the master clock,press thekey.SIGMA P5

2) Safety rules Installation and maintenance of this equipment should only be carriedout by qualified personnel. If the SIGMA is connected to the 230 V mains power supply, its installationmust comply with the European standard IEC 364 (NFC 15.100 for France).PROTECTIONS : 110-230V version: the mains supply for this device must include a neutralphase circuit breaker of maximum 6 AC curve, rapidly accessible upstreamfrom the supply. 24V DC version: the SELV 24 V power supply for this device must include aprotection of maximum 6 A.For the relay circuits, add protections with circuit beakers of maximum 4A. Indicate on the labels the location of these protections. The circuit breaker must be switched off during maintenance operation.Refer to labels in the product. All cables must be attached either to the wall (wall-mounted version) or tothe frame of the cabinet (Rack version) before being connected to the variousterminals strips, to prevent any pulling on these terminal strips. In addition, thewires of each terminal strips must be attached to each other to maintain thevarious isolations if an initial fault occurs. The time distribution cables must not run alongside high power mainscables (to avoid interference with communication between the SIGMA and theclocks). The SIGMA must be attached (to the wall or on its support) before beingswitched on. The “RACK” models must be mounted in 19” cabinet. These componentswill provide mechanical, electrical and fire protection (only the front panel may6

remain accessible). IMPORTANT: before any installation, refer to the “technicalcharacteristics” paragraph. Think of making a backup of your programming on the USB key. In case ofincident (breakdown, thunderstorm ), you will just have to restore the backupto start the time distribution again.Caution : In case of replacement of the CR2032battery, it is IMPERATIVE to respect thepolarity following the opposite indications. There is risk of explosion if the battery isreplaced by a battery of incorrect type. Dispose of used batteries according to theinstructions of the manufacturer.7

3) DescriptionWall boxA) LCD screenB) Keypad (see page 16)C) Alarm indicator light (redLED)D) Mains indicator light (greenLED)E) USB connectorF) Relay output terminal stripsEACDB19” RackDC8ABE

4) Installation4.1 Mechanical installationChoose a room with low temperature variationsaway from any source of electrical interference(contactors, motors, etc.).WALL-MOUNTED version: Unscrew the 2screws on the front, remove the cover (for thelower cover, press on the 2 clips (N) and slideit upwards). Disconnect the flat jumpers (Q) (becareful to connect them the same way roundon reassembly) and attach the SIGMA to thewall. When your unit is in place, remove theprotective film on the keypad.QNRACK version: Install the rack in its slot in anelectrical bay or cabinet.9

4.2 Electrical connectionsExternal inputDHF outputGPS inputCircuit C3Circuit C2(**) 110 to230VAC or24VDCCircuit C1See the limitcharacteristics ofthese circuits onpage 57DCFradio input(*) Minute, ½ mn orsecond 24V, or SR2-59Afnor outputConnect the cables (mains power supply, impulse line or AFNOR output andradio synchronisation input, depending on the model) to the correspondingterminal strips as shown in the figure below.Attach the wires to each other, nearthe terminal strips.(*) See page 33, the “Time outputs” menu to set this output (Pulse minute,½ minute, second 24V or power TBT 24VDC 1A).(**) Power supply depending on the version of SIGMA master clock.RACK version: The mains power supply, impulse line and AFNOR output andradio synchronisation input terminal strips are directly accessible at the rear ofthe Rack slide-in unit.10

Connection for D1D2 distribution :N LN D1 D2To BodetD1D2movement.Make a shunt betweenterminals 1 and 3, 0.75² cross section of wires 1.5².D1 D2 uses the relays of circuits 1 and 2Circuits must be protected by fuse disconnector or circuit breaker 4Amaximum. Indicate on the label above the terminal block the location ofthese protections.Connecting a Melodys :Power supply depending onthe model (24V or 240V))Terminal ofthe MelodysConnection to theelectronic card of theSigmaPower supplydepending on themodel (24V or 240V)Terminal ofthe MelodysConnection to anoption card of theSigmaPower supplydepending on themodel (24V or 240V)Terminal ofthe MelodysConnection to awireless relay controlledby the SigmaThe Melodys can be connected directly to a relay output of the Sigma, anoption card or a wireless relay.See page 38 or 39 to assign the relay to the Melodys, and page 25 forprogramming.11

Connection of DHF transmitter :There are two types of DHF transmitters.DHF transmitter “Time and relays”, reference 907512, for SIGMA masterclocks.Transmitter cable907512YellowGreenWhiteBrownDHF transmitter “Time”, reference 927230, for master clocks SIGMA, DELTA,ALFA, etc.Note: the INIT mode must be activated directly from a DIP switch on theelectronic card of this transmitter (not from the master clock).12BrownWhiteYellowGreenTransmitter cable927230

5) Installation examples5.1 Setting a 24V time distributionThe 24V time distribution must be connected to the terminals 14 and 15.Apply the power to the SIGMA.Enter the technician menu (see page 32).Enter the “time output” menu.Impuls 01:MIN 1.2s úSelect with the navigation keys :START 00:00 P OK- the type of distribution (minute, ½minute, second),- the impulse duration,- check that all the slave clocks indicates the same time and enter thistime.Then, select “START” and validate with the key. The slave clocks will getautomatically synchronised with the time of the SIGMA.When confirming, the catching-up of time will begin (fast impulses) or will waitif the catching-up time is superior to the waiting time.5.2 Setting a DHF time distributionThe DHF transmitter must be connected (see page 12).Apply the power to the SIGMA.Enter the technician menu (see page 32).Enter the “time output” option.DHF 03 : INITSelect with the navigation keys :125mW channel:2- the transmission power (25, 125,500mW),úOK- the channel (see instruction manual of the DHF transmitter),- configure the SIGMA in INIT mode (all the DHF receivers (slaveclocks, repeaters ) must also be in INIT mode),- when all the slave clocks are synchronised, configure the SIGMA inSTART mode (automatic after 4 hours).Then, validate with the key.Nota: when adding DHF receivers, you do not have to enter the technicianmenu, the “Add DHF receivers” option in the user menu is sufficient.13

5.3 Programming a RHF circuitInstall the wireless relay.Configure the address of the corresponding RHF circuit using the DIPswitches from 5 to 8 (default address is 60).Nota : several wireless relays can have the same address as long as control isthe same (e.g. control of outdoor lighting).In the technician menu, assign the relay, see page 39.Program the circuit, see page 25.Place the master clock in INIT mode, see page 20.Check good running with the key.Nota: commands are sent to the wireless relays every hour, any time theprogramming is modified and when leaving the menu.The update of the schedule is sent every hour to the wireless relays. Awireless relays save a 2-hour schedule. It must receive an update at leastonce both hours.In the case of a bad reception, at the end of two hours of non-reception, nomore steps are executed and the led of the relay becomes red.14

5.4 Install an option boardSwitch off the SIGMA, open it, see page 46.Install the option board in the slot, fix it with the screws provided and put thelabel in front of it.Connect the output or input lines of this board.Close the SIGMA and switch it on.For an option board of time synchronisation, see “Time synchro” technicianmenu (see page 33).For an option board of time distribution, set the lines to “Start” in the “Timeoutputs” technician menu (see page 36).Remark: in the “Time outputs” technician menu, “DEL” mode is used only touninstall an option board from the master clock.Attention, each Sound module counts for one extension card of the Sigma(maximum 2 for the Sigma P).5.5 Set a 24V TBT outputThe 24V must be connected to the terminals 14 and 15.Switch on the SIGMA.Enter the technician menu (see page 32).Enter the “Time outputs” menu.ImpulsUse the navigation keys to select : TBT24V.STOP01: TBT24V úOKCaution : this output is protected ; if the current is too high, an alarm will go offand the output will stop supplying 24V.15

6) Keypad: Key functionsKeysFunctionsCalendar key.Test key.Menu key.Program key.Correction key.Validation key.,,,Navigation keys.Note: exit from the menus is automatic if a key has not been pressed for oneminute in the customer menu or for 5 minutes in the technician menu.16

Synoptic diagram of the programming Modificationof the programmingfor holidays andspecial days Access codeLoad / saveprogrammingPut inINIT modeDefinition ofbank holidaysAccess codeYES / NO Choice ofthe state ofthe circuit START:program activeSTATUS :to view thestatus of thecircuit Time outputmanagement DISPLAY :to view theprogram steps STOP :program stepsnot activated Choice ofthe timesynchronisation RelayassignmentWirelessrelayassignment Activationof the backlightSetting oftime, date andtime zoneDisplay ofthe radioreceptionChoice ofthe languageDisplay ofthe systemsoftware version PROG. :to go to circuitprogrammingDELETE :to delete allthe program stepsof the circuit Choice ofMaster orslave operation Delete allprogrammingUpdate thesystem softwareRestorefactory setting 17

7) Main menu programming7.1 Standby state In normal functioning the SIGMA displays the time and date : is the radio signal indicator, whichflashes if reception is poor.10:54:32ó If a bank holiday, a special day or a holiday Fri 22 MAY 2014period has been programmed on this givenday, the SIGMA indicates this via a display 10:54:32 BANK DAY óduring the period in which it applies, withThu 25 DEC 2013priority management.10:54:32 HOLIDAYS óMon 24 DEC 20137.2 User menuTo access the user menu, press the menukey.Enter the user access code if necessary (seepage 21).Access the menu options using theand validate with.The user menu options are :key1/ USB loading and backup,2/ Add DHF receivers,3/ Bank holidays,4/ Customer menu access code,5/ Time and date / time changeover,6/ View dynamic reception,7/ Language choice,8/ System version.18USB transferokAdd DHF receivers õ

7.3 USB loading and backupThe SIGMA can load or back up itsprogramming via a USB key.Before creating a new programming with thesoftware, you will need to save the existingone on your USB drive, and transfer.Validate the option with the key.The following screen is displayed :Insert the USB key and validate with thekey.To load a Program in the Sigma :Validate the option with thekey,The SIGMA will search for the files availableon the key (.sig extension). Select the file tobe loaded using theandkeys andvalidate with thekey,The loading is then carried out. When it iscompleted, the unit displays :USB transferokAdd DHF receivers õConnect USB key thenpress okexit CRestore backupCreate backup öRestore:Nest01.02úConfirm ok exit CTRANSFER COMPLETEDREMOVE USB KEYTo back up the existing Program of theSigma :Validate the option with thekey,The SIGMA saves the file with anCreate backupautomatically allocated name in the format:Confirm ok exit Csauve1 DD MM.sig (The number (1, etc.)and the date are incremented automatically).It is possible to rename this file from the PC, while keeping the same “.sig”extension.Once the backup is completed, the unitdisplays:TRANSFER COMPLETEDREMOVE USB KEY19

7.4 Adding DHF receiversTo place the SIGMA in “DHF initialisation”Add DHF receivers okmode and enable synchronisation of a newBank Holidaysõclock, validate the initialisation mode with thekey,Init mode:ACTIVE úThe following screen is displayed :Select “ACTIVE” mode using theandAdd receiversokkeys and validate with thekey.The “init” display mode will appear alternately with the normal display duringthis period (4 hours).It is possible, once the receivers DHF initialized, to stop this mode in thismenu.20

7.5 Bank holidaysBank holidays saved via the PC software (maximum 20 dates) are managedby SIGMA.By default, French bank holidays are active.Bank holidays can be added and configured through the PC software.Validate the option with thekey,Bank HolidaysAccess codeThe following screen is displayed :okõBank Holidays:YesúChoose YES / NO to activate the bankSunday prog activated okholidays calendar. Bank holidays will beconsidered to be Sundays (the weeklyprogramming for Sundays will be used on bank holidays).7.6 Access codeTo enter or remove the SIGMA access code, validate the option with thekey,Access codeTime and dateThe following screen is displayed :Choose the option you require andvalidate it with thekey.The access code is fixed,.,,,okõAccess code: Yes úokIf there are 3 attempts with the wrong access code, an alarm messageappears. The keyboard is locked for 10 minutes. It is possible to unlock it fromthe technician menu.21

7.7 Time and dateTo change the time or the date of the SIGMA,validate the option with thekey,Time and dateokDynamic reception õTime zone : LONDON úThe following screen is displayed :You have access to the time zone selection. (GMT 00:00)okThe time zone selection allows you toautomatically manage winter/summer time changeovers.If the zone is not available in the 20 preprogrammed towns or time zones, selectTime zone :PROG ú“PROG” mode which is programmed in the(GMT)oktechnician menu.“PROG” mode allows you to configure personalised time zone differentials andtime changeovers.By default it is in “PROG” mode.The hour is flashing: set the hour using theandkeys and move on to theTime 10:12:00úminutes with thekey.Date 14/01/14 okProceed in the same way for the date.Validate with thekey. If the time has been changed, the seconds arereset to 0.When confirming, the catching-up of time will begin (fast impulses) or will waitif the catching-up time is superior to the waiting time.22

7.8 Dynamic radioTo view the dynamic reception of the SIGMA, validate the option with thekey,If the reception is correct, the time and dateare constructed automatically.If the SIGMA is synchronised by a GPSantenna, the time displayed is GMT.If the SIGMA is synchronised by a DCFantenna, the radio time is displayed.Dynamic reception okLanguageõGMT : 10:1214/01/1410:1214/01/14exit Cexit C7.9 LanguageTo select the language of the SIGMA, validate the option with theSelect the SIGMA display language from thedifferent options available.The languages available are : FRENCH,ENGLISH, SPANISH, GERMAN, DUTCH,PORTUGUESE, NORWEGIAN, DANISH, .LanguageVersionkey,okõLanguage:ENGLISH úok7.10 VersionTo view the version of the SIGMA, validatethe option with thekey,VersionThe following screen is displayed :SIGMA P VersionokõV1.1E05 31/03/2015 ok23

8) Programming the circuitsThe Sigma P has three programmable (hard-wired) circuits allowing contacts(relays) to be activated. The option boards allow relays to be added. Seecircuit setting programming in the technician menu on page 38.The programming circuit menu is accessed by pressing thekey.The programming can be carried out simply on a PC andbe importedvia the USB port of the Sigma (see “USB loading and backup”, page 19).The configuration of the circuits can be displayed at any time.Assignment of the relays as a programming circuit or as a melody output iscarried out in the technician menu.Depending on this assignment, the relay number is therefore a control circuit(no. 1 to 3) or an HF relay circuit (no. 60 to 75) or an HF melody control circuit(no. 60 to 75 with a musical note pictogram).On this screen, you see the first circuit, itsCircuit 01: START ústatus (Start or Stop) and the name of thisCircuit ligthokcircuit on the second line.To view the various circuits, press thekeysuccessively.Use theandkeys to select the mode of the circuit.Description of circuit statuses :- STOP : program steps not activated.- START : program active.- DISPLAY : to view the program steps without modifying them.- PROG. : to go to circuit programming.- DELETE : to delete all the program steps of the circuit.- STATUS : to view the status of the circuit.To change the name of the circuit, use thekey. Use theandto select the characters of this text and validate with thekey.24keys

8.1 Viewing the circuitsSelect the number of the circuit you wish to view with thekey.Select DISPLAY mode with theandkeys and validate with the keyThe display of the parameters is fixed andCir.01:08:02:00 03sthe step numbers flash.MTWTFS- Weekly 01/12 úTheandkeys can be used to scrollall the program steps.Use thekey to exit from the menu at any time.The program steps are displayed in the order of the times and then by type:weekly order, holidays, special and then PC step.Steps 01 to 99 are indicated with the total number of steps; if the step isgreater than 99 then only the step number from 001 to 500 is displayed.8.2 Programming the circuitsSelect the number of the circuit you wish to program, or modify theprogramming with thekey.The circuits can be programmed in the following modes:- Weekly,- Holidays,- Special,- Public holidays,- Additional step,- Astronomical,- Periodic.Only the first 4 modes are accessible from the master clock. All the modes areaccessible from the PC software.Select PROG mode with theandkeys and validate with thekey.If the first step is blank, the time flashes.Cir.01:HH:MM:SS ---úEnter the time with theandkeysMTWTFS- Weekly 01/01ok25

and then validate with the.Proceed in the same way for the minutes andCir.12:08:02:00 ---úthen the seconds.Enter the status of the circuit for this program MTWTFS- Weekly 01/01okstep, choosing from ON, OFF, 01s (length inseconds which can be set using theandkeys) and DEL (DEL modeis used to delete the selected step), and then validate with thekey.If the circuit is a melody circuit, you have toselect the melody number and the number of Cir.ô61:08:02:00 M02x1MTWTFS- Weekly 01/01oktimes it must be played (from 1 to 4).The validation with thekey allows tomove on to the second line.Select the days on which this program line will have to apply using theandkeys and then select the mode, choosing from:WEEKLY: WEEKLY mode functions all year with application of bank holidays ifprogrammed.HOLIDAYS: HOLIDAYS mode stops weekly (and bank holiday) mode for aprogrammed period and activates the programming of the relays with HOLIDAYSmode.SPECIAL: SPECIAL mode deactivates weekly and holidays mode and starts the stepsin SPECIAL mode.PUBLIC HOLIDAYS: the Public holidays mode activates the program step only for thePublic holidays; it has priority over the Sunday programming.Validate the step with thekey.If you have programmed a length, the valueCir.12:08:02:00 03súin seconds is stored and proposed for theMTWTFS- Weekly 02/02oknext step.NOTE: you can press thekey on thefirst step of the program or on the time parameter to access the previous stepor a blank step. On the last step, it allows you to add a new step or correct aprevious step.In this new step, press thekey to restore data from the first line of theprevious step.The program steps can be entered in any order. After validation, the systemwill reorganise the steps by time and then by type.26

8.2.1 Add a program stepSelect the number of the circuit you wish to add a program step using thekey.Select the PROG mode with theandCir.01:HH:MM:SS ---úvalidate with thekey.MTWTFS- Weekly 01/01okPress thekey on the first step ofprogram to access to a blank step.Program the step and validate with thekey.8.2.2 Delete a program stepSelect the number of the circuit you wish todelete a program step using thekey.Select the PROG mode with theandvalidate with thekey.Select the program step to be deleted withthekey.Select the DEL mode and validate.Circuit 01: PROG úCircuit ligthokCir.1:08:00:00 06s úMTWTFS- Weekly 03/05okCir.1:08:05:00 DEL úMTWTFS- Weekly 03/05ok27

8.2.3 Modify a program stepSelect the number of the circuit you wish to modify a program step using thekey.Select the PROG mode with theandCir.1:08:00:00 06s úvalidate with thekey.MTWTFS- Weekly 03/05okSelect the program step to be modified withthekey.Modify and validate.8.3 Deleting a programSelect the number of the circuit you wish todelete using thekey.Select DELETE mode with theandkeys and validate with thekey.After validation, all the steps of the programare deleted.Circuit 12: START úAccess control okCircuit 12:DELETE úAccess controlok8.4 Viewing the status of a circuitSelect the number of the circuit of which you wish to view the status with thekey.Select STATUS mode with theandCircuit 12: START úkeys and validate with thekey.Access control okYou will see the theoretical status of theprogramming circuit: ON, OFF, FORCED ONCircuit 12:STATUS ú(if the circuit is forced manually to ON) orAccess control okACTIVE (if an action is in progress).28

9) Manual testing of circuitsWhile the status of a relay is displayed, it is possible to test it.Select the circuit you wish to test with theCircuit 12:key.The system recognises its mode ofassignment (relay or melody).If the circuit is a relay circuit, start the testwith thekey.START úAccess controlokCir.12: START TESTAccess controlokIf you press it briefly (for less than 3 seconds), the relay is activated (ONposition) for as long as the key is pressed.If you press it for a longer period (more than 3 seconds), the relay is activated(ON position), and if you press it again the relay is deactivated (OFF position).If the circuit is a melody circuit,You can select the melody to be tested withandkeys.Start the test with thekey.Cir.ô12: START MEL01Access timeokIf you press it briefly (for less than 3 seconds) the melody is played once.If you press it for a longer period (more than3 seconds) the melody is played loop until Cir.61ô: FORCED TEST01STOP TEST : okyou press it again.29

10) Programming in Holidays and Special Day modeThe programming of the SIGMA can be modified during a holiday period andfor a special day.To access this menu, use thekey.It is possible to enter dates for a holiday period or for a special day. By default,Holidays mode flashes.Select Holidays or Special mode, and thenDates : Holidays úvalidate with thekey.The first date flashes.10/02Ç25/02 All Circ.okEnter the dates with theandkeysand then validate with thekey.You can enter only one date-to-date series in Holidays mode on the unit, but itis possible to enter 20 periods with the software on the PC.Only the next period can be accessed and modified using the Sigma keypad.If only the start date is entered ( 1 day), then the start date is the same as theend date.If the start date is not entered and only the end date is entered, theprogramming is not executed.It is possible to choose Holidays or Special application mode on all the circuitsin a single operation.If the “ALL CIRC.” Option is validated, theHolidays (or Special Day) mode will apply on Dates : Holidays úall the circuits or melodies of the master10/02Ç25/02 All Circ.okclock.If the “SELECT” or “ALL EXCEPT” option isvalidated, it is then possible to enter thecircuit numbers concerned by thisprogramming either by selecting them one byone or by omitting them (“all circuits except”).You must then select the circuits concerned.30Scroll all the circuits with theandDates : Holidays ú10/02Ç25/02 Select okCIR 12/20/21ô/---öcircuit heating ok

keys and validate with theholiday period.andkeys if they are concerned by theIf the “ALL EXCEPT” option is validated, onlythe selected circuits will not be affected bythe Holidays mode.See page 25 for programming schedules.Dates : Holidays ú10/02Ç25/02 All excep okCIR 12/20/21ô/---öcircuit heating ok31

11) Technician menu programmingThe technician menu is accessible via an access code sent to the approvedpersons.Press one of the navigation keys for a fewEnter TECHNICIAN codeseconds.****A code is then requested.The technician code is a fixed code,,,,and.You then have access to the technician menu,Validate the required option with the key, or access the following options withthekey.The options in the technician menu are :Time synchro1/ Time synchro,Time outputs2/ Time output and DHF management(impulses, D1 D2, Afnor, DHF) and output time zone differential,3/ Alarm and D1 D2 relay assignment,4/ RHF box assignment,5/ Function assignment,6/ Delete all programming,7/ CPU hardware software download (.cod extension),8/ Restore factory configuration.Validate the required option with theTo exit the technician menu, press the32key.key.okõ

11.1 Time synchronisation menuTo configure the time synchronisation of the SIGMA, validate the option in thetechnician menu with thekey,Time synchrookThe following screen is displayed :Time outputsõSelect the time synchronisation mode fromthe following options:Synchro:EXTERNAL úRadio DCF,okMinute radio (mode used for countriesreceiving the DCF radio signal but for which the time is different from Paris/Berlin [only minute is synchronised, date and hour must be set manually]),EXTERNAL (mode used for synchronisation from a Sigma “Master”which transmits a GPS signal simulation from an ASCII extension card),NONE: if you choose to have no synchronisation, the radio pictogram isnot displayed.GPS,AFNOR (requires an option board),Auto (the master clock will select the best time source automatically; inthat case, several time sources can be connected to the master clock;it will change time source in case of failure of one of them; the priority isgiven at first to AFNOR then GPS, DCF).Remark : all the synchronisation options are proposed without checkingthat an antenna is connected (by default, the configuration is DCFmode).In case of synchronisation input failure, an alarm message is sent.This alarm is triggered after 3 hours without synchronisation in Automode, after 24 hours in the other synchronisation modes.

DHF transmitter “Time and relays”, reference 907512, for SIGMA master clocks. DHF transmitter “Time”, reference 927230, for master clocks SIGMA, DELTA, ALFA, etc. Note: the INIT mode must be activated directly from a DIP switch on the electronic card of this transmitter (not from the master c