Technical System Catalogue CMC III Monitoring System

Technical System Catalogue
CMC III Monitoring System
CMC III monitoring system
CMC III Processing Unit
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Computer Multi Control (CMC) is an alarm system for network and server enclosures,
standard enclosures, containers and rooms.
◾ It monitors temperatures, humidity, access,
◾ User benefits plus exceptional savings are
fumes, energy and many other physical
achieved thanks to monitoring via the network
ambient parameters.
and the automation of security processes.
◾ The system is modular and can be flexibly
adapted to meet specific monitoring requirements.
CMC III Processing Unit
Power supply
Redundant power supply
CMC III I/O unit
CMC III Power Unit
CMC III PSM measuring bar for direct
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Up to 16 CAN bus systems can be connected
CMC III temperature sensor
CMC III vandalism sensor
CMC III smoke alarm
CMC III CAN bus access
Up to 16 CAN bus systems can be connected
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CMC III monitoring system
CMC III monitoring system
The CMC III is an intelligent monitoring system that uses
sensors to measure various environmental values. If defined
minimum or maximum limit values are breached, alarm notifications can be sent out via e-mail, text message or SNMP.
Thanks to intelligent control mechanisms, outputs can also be
switched automatically and access to an enclosure can be
controlled and monitored.
Due to its flexible assembly, the system is suitable for a wide
range of applications – from minor roles in standalone enclosures to complex requirements for a suite of enclosures.
The benefits of CMC III at a glance:
◾ Custom selection and placement of sensors
◾ Minimal cabling work thanks to bus topology
◾ Sensors connected to a central processing unit through
secure CAN bus technology
◾ Simple installation and rapid start-up thanks to plug-and-play
concept
◾ Automatic sensor detection
◾ Network-based access using a standard web browser
◾ Control and programming software already integrated
◾ Redundant power supply and power over Ethernet (PoE)
possible
◾ Can be incorporated into higher management systems via
SNMP, OPC-UA or Modbus/TCP
Operating the CMC III
Each CMC III Processing Unit comes with its own integrated
website (webserver) as standard. This website can be accessed
via the network using just a standard web browser, with no
need for additional software or plug-ins.
Access to the functions and measured values of the CMC III is
password-protected, and users must have an account on the
system and their own password. Alternatively, the CMC III can
be connected via LDAP or Radius to an active directory so that
user administration can be carried out centrally. The administrator can also use group assignment to manage the rights of
users and give them specific write and read rights for each
sensor.
The website itself has been kept very simple so that users can
get to grips with it quickly, which means that even users with no
programming skills can set up and manage the system. The
method of operation is based on familiar structures from
desktop PCs and alarm scenarios can even be programmed on
the website using click commands. A custom view can be
designed for day-to-day usage that is activated directly on
login. This view allows users both to operate predefined
elements of the CMC III interface and create custom lists of
variables.
Graphics for sensors and measured values make it easier to
operate the system and help users quickly build up an overview. The CMC III can be used to save measured values to an
SD card or a USB flash drive and display the values in a graphic
on the website. This helps to identify hot spots in the rack and
reveal potential opportunities to boost efficiency.
Access to the website can also be managed via https to ensure
data is transferred securely in the network. In this case, the
connection between the PC and CMC III is encrypted using
SSL and access without an encrypted connection from the
CMC is no longer supported. Every action that a user executes
is also logged by the system. As a result, it is possible to trace
exactly which users have made changes to the system so that
possible causes can be narrowed down more quickly in the
event of an alarm.
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CMC III monitoring system
CMC III Processing Unit / Compact
The CMC III Processing Unit and the CMC III Processing Unit
Compact are the heart of a CMC III system.
This is where all measured values are summarised, evaluated
and forwarded.
A CMC III Processing Unit / Compact is the interface between
a CMC III system and the user. It is incorporated into the
company network and utilises an integrated website to make
current values available to every authorised user.
A CMC III Processing Unit / Compact can be powered both in
a redundant system via two power packs and using PoE
delivered via the connected network cable. The system can be
fitted very easily and quickly in the enclosure and incorporates
a mounting unit for the enclosure frame and a 1 U mounting
unit for up to three devices that can be installed in the 19" section in the enclosure.
Each CMC III Processing Unit / Compact has four sensors
already integrated as standard. Besides a socket for the
temperature sensor included in the scope of supply, there is
also an infrared sensor at the front for monitoring a door and
there are two digital inputs at the rear that can, for example,
be used to monitor relays.
Thanks to the simple and self-explanatory web interface, the
system as a whole is intuitive to operate and configure. Users
do not need to have a great deal of programming know-how
to start-up and manage an entire CMC III system. All that is
required is a PC with a standard web browser.
The CMC III Processing Unit / Compact represents the state of
the art and has the most important network protocols already
integrated into it. The new system supports TCP/IPv6 and the
secure SNMPv3 protocol.
Connection information
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CMC III PU
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"C" button for acknowledging notifications
Multi-LED for the status display
SD card slot (only on CMC III Processing Unit)
Integrated infrared access sensor
Mini USB port for configuration
Digital inputs (x 2)
USB master port (only on CMC III Processing Unit)
Socket for accessory modules
(display unit, GSM unit or ISDN unit)
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Power
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24 V DC
max. 2 A
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Socket for external temperature sensor
RJ 45 Ethernet interface with PoE
1st RJ 45 CAN bus connection for CMC III sensors
(max. 16)
2nd RJ 45 CAN bus connection for CMC III sensors
(max. 16)
24 V DC voltage supply (power pack connection)
24 V DC voltage supply (direct connection)
Alarm relay output (floating contact)
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CMC III control units
CMC III I/O unit
CMC III unit for monitoring up to eight digital inputs and
controlling up to four relays. The relays can be linked to
measured values in the software so that they are actuated
under certain circumstances.
This system can be used to monitor devices and forward
messages.
The CMC III I/O unit can not be run with the CMC III
Processing Unit Compact.
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Max. number of CMC III Processing Units: 16
Max. number of CMC III Processing Units Compact: –
Digital input (terminal): 8 NC/NO
Relay output (terminal): 4
Changeover contact: Max. 24 V DC, 1 A
RJ 45 CAN bus jacks: 2
W x H x D: 138 x 40 x 120 + 12 mm front
Colour: RAL 9005/7035
Relay outputs 1 – 4
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Digital inputs 1 – 8
RJ 45 CAN bus connection
NC NO C NC NO C
RJ 45 CAN bus connection
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CMC III Power Unit
CMC III unit with one input (C14) and two outputs (C13). The
input is switched to the outputs via two relays. As a result, the
outputs can be linked to measured values and therefore can
be actuated automatically.
Examples of potential applications include fan regulation.
Manual actuation is also possible using the CMC III operating
interface. Each output is monitored individually, and various
values are measured. Voltage, frequency, current, power and
energy are measured for each output. The CMC III Power Unit
can not be run with the CMC III Processing Unit Compact.
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Max. number of CMC III Processing Units: 16
Max. number of CMC III Processing Units Compact: –
Voltage measurement range: 100 – 230 V, 50/60Hz
Frequency measurement range: 0 – 60 Hz
Current measurement range: 200 mA – 10 A
Power measurement range: 46 W – 2.3 kW
Energy measurement range: 0 – 100000 kWh
Fuse: 10 A (1st output + 2nd output)
RJ 45 CAN bus jacks: 2
W x H x D: 138 x 40 x 120 + 12 mm front
Colour: RAL 9005/7035
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Input, C14 power supply
1st output, C13 power supply
2nd output, C13 power supply
RJ 45 CAN bus connection
RJ 45 CAN bus connection
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CMC III sensors
for direct connection
Temperature sensor
CMC III sensor with internal temperature sensor for in-airflow
applications or alternatively with external temperature sensor
for all application scenarios.
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Max. number of CMC III Processing Units: 32
Max. number of CMC III Processing Units Compact: 4
Measurement range of internal sensors: +0°C…+55°C
Measurement range of external sensors: -40°C…+80°C
Jack for external sensor: 1
RJ 45 CAN bus jacks: 2
W x H x D: 80 x 28 x 40 mm
Colour: RAL 9005/7035
Temperature/humidity sensor
CMC III sensor with temperature sensor and humidity sensor
in the enclosure front.
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Max. number of CMC III Processing Units: 32
Max. number of CMC III Processing Units Compact: 4
Temperature measurement range: +0°C…+55°C
Relative humidity measurement range: 5 %…95 % RH
RJ 45 CAN bus jacks: 2
W x H x D: 80 x 28 x 40 mm
Colour: RAL 9005/7035
Infrared access sensor
CMC III sensor with infrared transmitter and receiver for
monitoring doors or side panels.
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Max. number of CMC III Processing Units: 32
Max. number of CMC III Processing Units Compact: 4
Transmitter: Infrared diode
Receiver: Infrared receiver
RJ 45 CAN bus jacks: 2
W x H x D: 80 x 28 x 40 mm
Colour: RAL 9005/7035
Vandalism sensor
CMC III sensor with integrated acceleration sensor for
monitoring the three axes of movement.
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Max. number of CMC III Processing Units: 32
Max. number of CMC III Processing Units Compact: 4
Monitoring: x, y and z axes
Measurement range: -2/4/8…+2/4/8 g
Resolution: 0.1 g
RJ 45 CAN bus jacks: 2
W x H x D: 80 x 28 x 40 mm
Colour: RAL 9005/7035
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CMC III sensors
for direct connection
Analogue airflow sensor
CMC III sensor with analogue sensor for measuring air speed,
e.g. for fan monitoring.
◾ Max. number of CMC III Processing Units: 10
◾ Max. number of CMC III Processing Units with power supply
via PoE: 5
◾ Max. number of CMC III Processing Units Compact: 4
◾ Sensor interface: 4 – 20 mA
◾ Measurement range: 0.5 to 10 m/s
◾ RJ 45 CAN bus jacks: 2
◾ Terminals for airflow sensor: 1
◾ W x H x D: 110 x 30 x 40 mm
◾ Colour: RAL 9005/7035
Analogue differential pressure sensor
CMC III sensor with analogue pressure sensor for monitoring
a pressure differential, e.g. for climate-control applications.
Tubing included in the scope of supply can be used to specify
two points in the room where pressure is measured. The
difference between these two pressure measurements is
depicted as the measured value and monitored.
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Max. number of CMC III Processing Units: 32
Max. number of CMC III Processing Units Compact: 4
Pressure measurement points: 2
Measurement range: -500…+500 Pa
RJ 45 CAN bus jacks: 2
W x H x D: 110 x 30 x 40 mm
Colour: RAL 9005/7035
Universal sensor
CMC III sensor for connecting an external sensor. This sensor
has a total of three connection terminals. Two of these terminals can be defined as digital inputs, S0 bus counters or a
Wiegand interface for connecting external access monitoring
systems. The third connection is an analogue interface for an
external signal between 4 and 20 mA.
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Max. number of CMC III Processing Units: 32
Max. number of CMC III Processing Units Compact: 4
RJ 45 CAN bus jacks: 2
W x H x D: 110 x 30 x 40 mm
Colour: RAL 9005/7035
Multi-LED for the status display
RJ 45 CAN bus connection
RJ 45 CAN bus connection
Universal interface
Pin assignment to terminal 4:
Pin 1 = output + 24 V DC
Pin 2 = GND output
Pin 3 = 4 – 20 mA input
Pin 4 = 4 – 20 mA GND
Pin 5 = digital input 1
Pin 6 = digital input 2
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Connection information
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CMC III sensors
for direct connection
CMC III smoke alarm
The CMC III smoke alarm is fitted at the top of the enclosure
and monitors the air inside the enclosure for smoke particles.
Settings can be made via the CMC III Processing Unit.
◾ Max. number of CMC III Processing Units: 32
◾ Max. number of CMC III Processing Units Compact: 4
◾ Measuring method: Silicon PIN photodiode/GaAs infrared
LED
◾ RJ 45 CAN bus jacks: 2
◾ Diameter: 100 mm
◾ H: 50 mm
◾ Colour: White
CMC III leak sensor
The CMC III leak sensor has an external sensor mounted so
that the contacts are pointing vertically down to the floor.
These two contacts monitor a point on the floor for liquids
(leakage). Settings can be made via the CMC III Processing
Unit.
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Max. number of CMC III Processing Units: 32
Max. number of CMC III Processing Units Compact: 4
Measuring method: Conductivity measurement
RJ 45 CAN bus jacks: 2
Terminals for leak sensors: 1
W x H x D: 110 x 30 x 40 mm
Colour: RAL 9005/7035
CMC III leak sensor, 15 m
The CMC III leak sensor monitors a larger area of the floor for
leaks. As soon as the 15 metre-long detection cable comes
into contact with liquids, the sensor issues an alarm signal to
indicate where on the floor the leak is. Settings can be made
via the CMC III Processing Unit.
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Max. number of CMC III Processing Units: 32
Max. number of CMC III Processing Units Compact: 4
Measuring method: Conductivity measurement
RJ 45 CAN bus jacks: 2
Terminals for leak cable: 1
Length of leak cable: 15 m
W x H x D: 110 x 30 x 40 mm
Colour: RAL 9005/7035
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CMC III
interface modules
CMC III CAN bus sensor
The CMC III CAN bus sensor supports the connection of
selected sensors from the CMC-TC system to the new
CMC III, allowing old applications to be upgraded with the
CMC III Processing Unit / Compact. As well as the two CAN
bus connections, the unit also has another connection for one
of the old sensors. In this way, the unit functions as an interface between the old sensor and the new Processing Unit,
and adapts the sensor data to the CAN bus protocol.
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Max. number of CMC III Processing Units: 32
Max. number of CMC III Processing Units Compact: 4
RJ 12 interfaces: 1 CMC-TC sensor
RJ 45 CAN bus jacks: 2
W x H x D: 110 x 30 x 40 mm
Colour: RAL 9005/7035
The following CMC-TC sensors can be connected to the
CMC III CAN bus sensor unit:
Max. 1 x temperature sensor
Max. 1 x analogue input 4 – 20 mA
Max. 5 x access sensors in series
Max. 1 x airflow sensor
Max. 1 x smoke alarm
Max. 1 x motion detector
Max. 1 x digital input
Max. 1 x digital relay output
Max. 1 x voltage monitor
Max. 1 x 48 V voltage sensor
Max. 1 x leak sensor
Max. 1 x leak sensor, 15 m
Max. 1 x door control unit1)
Max. 1 x DET-AC extinguishing system2)
Max. 1 x DET-AC early fire detection2)
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The device has two connections.
The device has three connections.
Multi-LED for the status display
RJ 45 CAN bus connection
RJ 45 CAN bus connection
Connection for CMC-TC sensor, RJ 12
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interface modules
CMC III CAN Bus unit
The CMC III CAN bus unit acts as an interface between the
CMC III Processing Unit and the PSM measurement bars and
modules.
The unit has four connections: Two connections represent the
interface to the CAN bus and to the other CMC III sensors,
while up to four PSM modules (i.e. a total of up to eight PSM
modules per CMC III CAN bus unit) or one measurement bar
can be connected to each of the other two connections.
When connecting PSM modules, the CMC III CAN bus unit
must be externally supplied with 24 V via terminals.
◾ Max. number of CMC III Processing Units: 4
◾ Max. number of CMC III Processing Units with power supply
via PoE: 1
◾ Max. number of CMC III Processing Units Compact: 1
◾ RJ 45 interfaces: 2 CMC-TC units
◾ RJ 45 CAN bus jacks: 2
◾ W x H x D: 138 x 40 x 120 + 12 mm front
◾ Colour: RAL 9005/7035
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The following sensors can be connected to the CMC III
CAN bus unit:
CMC III CAN Bus Unit
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Max. 2 x FCS fan control systems
Max. 2 x FCS fan mounting plates DC
Max. 2 x 4 x PCU, various active modules
Max. 2 x 4 x active PSM, various active modules
Max. 2 x PSM busbars, 16 A
Max. 2 x PSM busbars, 32 A
Max. 2 x PSM measurement module, 16 A
"C" button for acknowledging notifications
Multi-LED for the status display
Voltage supply (direct connection)
RJ 45 connection for CMC-TC unit
RJ 45 connection for CMC-TC unit
RJ 45 CAN bus connection
RJ 45 CAN bus connection
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CMC III
access control
CMC III CAN bus access
CMC III unit for controlling and monitoring access to enclosures. One handle and one reader unit can be connected to
each CMC III CAN bus access. The handles can be linked to
various numerical codes or RFID card numbers via the CMC III
Processing Unit / Compact website, which means that all the
handles connected to a CMC III Processing Unit / Compact
can be controlled with just one reader unit. The integral infrared sensor also ensures that the status of the controlled door
(open/closed) is monitored.
◾ Max. number of CMC III Processing Units: 16
◾ Max. number of CMC III Processing Units with power supply
via PoE: 5
◾ Max. number of CMC III Processing Units Compact: 4
◾ Transmitter: Infrared diode
◾ Receiver: Infrared receiver
◾ Interfaces: 1 CMC III reader unit
◾ RJ 12 interfaces: 1 handle (electromechanical)
◾ RJ 45 CAN bus jacks: 2
◾ W x H x D: 110 x 30 x 40 mm
◾ Colour: RAL 9005/7035
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CMC III CAN Bus Access
Infrared receiver
Infrared diode (transmitter)
Multi-LED for status display
RJ 45 CAN bus connection
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RJ 45 CAN bus connection
Connection for handle, RJ 12
Connection for CMC III reader unit
CMC III coded lock
The CMC III coded lock is connected to the CMC III CAN bus
access. Any amount of eight-digit number combinations can
be entered and linked with handles.
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Numerical code: 00000000 – 99999999 (variable)
Connection cable: 3 m
W x H x D: 50 x 190 x 25 mm
Colour: RAL 7035
CMC III transponder reader
The CMC III transponder reader is connected to the CMC III
CAN bus access. By contactlessly holding a transponder card
in front of it, authorisation (UID of the card) is checked in the
CMC III Processing Unit / Compact, and the corresponding
door(s) is/are released
◾ Technology: Transponder 13.56 MHz
◾ Tags: ISO 14443A, ISO 14443B, ISO 15693, ISO 18000-3,
Mifare
◾ Connection cable: 3 m
◾ W x H x D: 50 x 190 x 25 mm
◾ Colour: RAL 7035
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CMC III
access control
Electromagnetic handle
The handle locks the door and monitors the lever.
It can always be opened independently of the control system
using the master key. A semi-cylinder (lock insert, lock
No. 3524 E) is included in the scope of supply, but a semicylinder with an overall length of 40 mm to DIN 18 254 can
also be used.
A CAN bus access (DK 7030.200) must be fitted on the rack
frame for each handle. This device has an integrated infrared
access sensor and the handle and a reader unit can be connected.
If the lever handle is closed, the locking mechanism integrated into the handle latches automatically. The handle can
be released via the CMC III system in the network or via
optional add-on systems, such as Mifare transponder readers.
The handle locks without consuming any voltage (no electrical connection). Once the electrical release has been issued,
the push-button can be pressed to release the lever. The
enclosure must be opened within a specified period of time
that is set in the CMC III. Using the key to open the enclosure
always overrides all other methods, i.e. the enclosure can
always be opened with the key when electrically locked and in
the event of a power failure (emergency opening).
Technical specifications:
◾ Rated voltage: 24 V DC
◾ Rated current: max. 100 mA
◾ Connection cable: Length 3 m, RJ 12 connector
◾ Temperature application range: +5°C to +40°C
◾ Protection category: IP 40
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CMC III accessories
CMC III power pack
The CMC III power pack operates with an input voltage of
100 – 240 V, 50/60 Hz and supplies 24 V. It is specifically
tailored to the CMC III design and can be positioned in a
CMC III mounting unit. As well as a special connector for the
CMC III Processing Unit / Compact, there are also two further
terminals available as 24 V outputs.
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Output: 24 V DC, 2 A
W x H x D: 138 x 40 x 120 + 12 mm front
Colour: RAL 9005/7035
CMC III programming cable USB
The CMC III programming cable is used the first time the
CMC III Processing Unit starts up. During initial start-up, the
programming cable connects the CMC III Processing Unit /
Compact to the USB interface of a PC. A driver for Windows
systems is also included in the scope of supply and must be
installed on the PC.
◾ Connector 1: USB, series A (for laptops)
◾ Connector 2: Mini USB
(for CMC III Processing Unit / Compact)
◾ Length: 3 m
CMC III RJ 45 CAN bus connection cable
The CMC III CAN bus connection cables are used to connect
sensors to each other and to the CMC III Processing Unit /
Compact. As they are available in different lengths, the
CMC III system can be adapted to various applications and
built to a custom design.
◾ Connector 1/2: RJ 45
◾ Lengths: 0.5 m – 10 m
CMC III mounting unit
The CMC III mounting units make it easier to install CMC III
units in network and server enclosures. There are two different
mounting units – one for installation in the 19" section (encompasses three CMC III units) and one for installation on the
enclosure frame. Click and snap-in fixings make installation
and subsequent maintenance work easier.
◾ CMC III mounting unit, 1 U:
W x H x D: 19" x 1 U x 141 mm
◾ CMC III mounting unit for enclosure frame:
W x H x D: 170 x 50 x 160 mm
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CMC III accessories
CMC III GSM unit
A module for a redundant alarm signal can be connected to
each CMC III Processing Unit / Compact. The GSM unit quadband forwards the alarm notifications as an SMS to up to
16 recipients via GSM.
◾ Frequency range: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
◾ W x H x D: 138 x 40 x 120 mm
◾ Front: 12 mm
CMC III ISDN unit
A module for a redundant alarm signal can be connected to
each CMC III Processing Unit / Compact. The ISDN unit forwards the alarm notifications as an SMS to up to 16 recipients
via ISDN.
◾ DSS1 (Euro-ISDN)
◾ W x H x D: 138 x 40 x 120 mm
◾ Front: 12 mm
CMC III interference suppressor for fans
When using the Power Unit, it is important to suppress interference from the fan motors that it operates. To do this, the
interference suppressors for each fan must be connected
directly to the motor. Each interference suppressor incorporates a capacitor and a resistor.
CMC III cable clamp straps
For securing to the rear of the CMC III 19" mounting unit.
Enables tidy cable routing behind the built-in CMC III devices
and can be used to attach cables for strain relief purposes.
Cables can easily be laid in a loop to allow the built-in CMC III
devices to be removed from the mounting unit without the
need for tools.
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CMC III – monitoring system
CMC III Processing Unit
System overview
CAN bus 1
Mini USB:
Programming cable 7030.080 is required for
programming
CMC III sensors
for direct connection
0°
Internal infrared access sensor
CAN bus 2
SD card slot
for data logging
CMC III CAN bus sensor
as adaptor for CMC II sensors
CMC III Processing Unit
Voltage supply 24 V (DC) and redundant
voltage supply 24 V (DC)
CMC III CAN bus access
with integrated infrared access
sensor
Alarm relay output:
Changeover contact for safety extra-low
voltage
Ethernet 10/100 BaseT RJ 45 with PoE:
Ethernet interface to IEEE 802.3
via 10/100 BaseT full duplex 10/100 Mbit/s
RJ 12/RS 232 accessory modules:
Display unit, ISDN unit, GSM unit
External temperature sensor
(included in scope of supply for PU)
Up to 16 CAN bus
systems are supported1)
USB master for data logging and update
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on the power supply/
connection combinations
Two integral digital inputs
Control units
CMC III I/O unit
CMC III power unit
Up to 16 CAN bus
systems are supported1)
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2 and 4 relay outputs
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Functions:
– Switching and measuring
voltage, current,
power and work
– With two outputs
– Also for actuating
fans
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CMC III – monitoring system
CMC III Processing Unit Compact
System overview
Mini USB:
Programming cable 7030.080 is required for
programming
Up to 4 CAN bus components are supported1)
CMC III sensors
for direct connection
Internal infrared access sensor
0°
CAN bus 1
CMC III Processing Unit
Compact
CMC III CAN bus sensor
as adaptor for CMC II sensors
Voltage supply 24 V (DC) and redundant
voltage supply 24 V (DC)
Alarm relay output:
Changeover contact
for safety extra-low voltage
CMC III CAN bus access
with integrated infrared access sensor
Ethernet 10/100 BaseT RJ 45 with PoE:
Ethernet interface to IEEE 802.3
via 10/100 BaseT full-duplex 10/100 Mbit/s
RJ 12/RS 232 accessory modules:
Display unit, ISDN unit, GSM unit
External temperature sensor
(included in scope of supply for PUC)
Two integral digital inputs
Note:
Server shutdown software for
CMC III is required to shut
down the server
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