Strictly follow Safety instructions!
Mount the main controller MC-230, IOT-L2-2 linker, PM1-E-D, PM3-E-D and PM3-I-D power sensors, fuses, power relays, and push-buttons to a suitable location.
Wire all elements except communication with PM1-E-D and PM3-E-D sensors.
Connect the MC-230 and IOT-L2-2 to the home LAN or use LTE 4G modem.
Install and run HEMS Configurator on your PC.
Go to the “settings” page.
With the “autodetect” button, the application will locate the controller in the local network.
Enter names, select icons for all sources and consumers.
Note: adding is supported one by one.
The power plants can be connected to the grid in two ways:
When configuring the power plant, select
The power plants are configured as internal by default.
Enable the wireless setting to add, delete, or set repeater level of wireless modules.
When enabling repeater mode, the wireless module can repeat a message not addressed to him, and increase range by creating network between all wireless devices.
The repeater can be configured to level 0 (off), level 1 (one hop), or level 2 (two hops):
By default, the repeater mode is disabled (level 0). If you want to change the repeater mode press icon «» in the output in Consumers settings table.
¹ Both repeaters must be set to level 2.
For each consumer we can set:
HEMS will automatically detect compatible
which are in the same local network.
Only the first system is detected, if there is more than one it is necessary to enter the NAD number of the desired system manually.
if eStore is enabled, HEMS will read:
From the enabled HIQ Home system, HEMS will automatically read the grid power-sensor.
HEMS is connected to the internet via IOT-L2-2 linker.
HEMS is supporting up to 8 digital outputs on MC controller (QX0,QX1,QX2,QX3,IO12,IO13,IO14 and IO15). How to set?
Note: if it is set digital for consumer without assigned power sensor, it is possible to define P nominal power instead. It represents fixed power of consumer and while in operating mode HEMS calculates consumed energy.
On port IO14 is supported analog output 0-10V, while on IO15 is PWM signal with frequency of 1kHz. Using analog load is possible for consumer 1 only! How to set (HEMS wiring)?
Note: if it is set analog for consumer without assigned power sensor, it is possible to define P nominal power instead. It represents fixed power of consumer and while in operating mode HEMS calculates consumed energy.
IO mux page within HEMS configurator allows setting of input/output types for ports on controller:
Saving parameters to the permanent memory, after changing the settings, is necessary since at startup HEMS always reads parameters from the permanent memory.
HEMS Configurator allows you to backup and restores all parameters to PC.
Under limiter page set correct phase order to align phases of each device. Set correct main fuse limit [A] to protect the main grid fuse from over current. Check devices that can be managed by limiter and set correct limiter priority. Choose from no limiter, limit last, limit second, limit first. Max expected device current consumption is dynamically calculated and does not need to be set. In case device is an EV charging station, manually set max current for this device.