Samsung MIM-B17C Installation manual

INSTALLATION
MANUAL
CHINESE
ENGLISH
MIM-D00
DMS
(Data Management Server)
K E C DB98-29919A(1)
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Safety Precautions
This installation manual describes how to install the DMS. For installation of other
optional accessories, refer to the appropriate installation manual.
WARNING
CAUTION
Read carefully this installation manual before
installation and check if the DMS is installed correctly
after installation.
Do not attempt to install or repair this DMS by yourself.
This DMS contains no user-serviceable parts.
Always consult authorized service personnel for repairs.
W
 hen moving, consult authorized service personnel for
disconnection and installation of the DMS.
Ensure that the wall is strong enough to support the
weight of the DMS.
Must install the DMS with rated power supply.
The DMS must be installed according to
the national electrical rules by an installation specialist.
If you wish to uninstall the DMS, consult an authorized
installation center.
Do not use inflammable gases near the DMS.
Do not install the DMS in a location where
it will come into contact with combustible gases,
machine oil, sulphide gas, etc.
Avoid locations where acid/alkali solution or special
spray is used.
Choose a location that is dry and sunny, but not exposed
to direct sunlight. Suitable temperature is between
0°C(32°F) and 39°C(102.2°F).
Do not spill water into the DMS.
Do not apply tensile strength to the cable to avoid cable
damage.
Do not press the buttons with a sharp object.
Do not connect the power cable to the control terminal.
If the DMS is installed in a hospital or other special
places, it should not affect other electronic devices.
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Contents
 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .....................................................................
BEFORE INSTALLING THE DMS ......................................................
ACCESSORIES .....................................................................................
 PRODUCT DESIGN ............................................................................
 PRODUCT DIMENSIONS ...................................................................
 SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE ...................................................................
 COMPATIBLE DEVICES ......................................................................
 INSTALLING THE DMS ....................................................................
 DMS EXTERNAL DISPLAY .............................................................
 SETTING THE COMPUTER ENVIRONMENT ......................................
 APPENDIX .........................................................................................
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Before installing the DMS(Data Management Server)
The following items need to be prepared before installation.
WARNING
• Only static IP must be used for the DMS. (Public IP or private IP)
The DMS is a server and only static IP must be used. To access the
DMS through the internet or with SNET series, the DMS address,
which is the IP address, must be known. A static IP service from an
internet service provider must be used if xDSL (ADSL, VDSL) is being
used for internet connection. (Static IP costs more than dynamic IP.)
Choosing between a private IP and a public static IP depends on
whether the DMS needs to be controlled from an external location.
General DSL service uses dynamic IP and cannot be used with the
DMS. Refer to page 23~24 for explanation on technical terms.
DMS IP
 A public IP is needed to access the DMS over the internet.
(One public IP is needed for each DMS)
 A private IP may be used if the DMS need not be accessed
over the internet.
 The DMS does not support *DHCP.
Note


*DHCP(Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
An Internet protocol for automating the
configuration of computers that use TCP/IP.
DHCP is used to automatically assign IP addresses.
In other words, the IP address of the host is supported
only when the PC is on.
NETWORK RELATED EQUIPMENTS
 Network equipments such as HUBs and network cables
are not provided by Samsung.
INSTALLATION NOTICE
 The DMS is recommended to be wall-mounted to prevent
damage to the product and for safety issues.
 The LAN cable and the communication cables(C1,C2)
from the centralized controllers must be installed
in such a way that the wires can be connected to
the DMS with ease.
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Accessories
Cable Tie (2)
Cable Clamp(3)
Rubber Hook(4)
User's manual(1)
Installation manual(1)
M4X16 Screw(5)
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DMS(1)
Caution
 The DMS must be installed by a trained installer.
 Ensure the main power is turned off before installing
the DMS.
 The power cable and the communication cable must
be installed according to the national electrical wiring
regulations. (VCTF 2C x 0.75mm2 must be used for the
communication and power cables)
 Ensure the cables are out of user’s reach.
Product Design
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Product Dimensions
8
219
135
8
28
Unit : mm
130
135
60
30
20
150
Serial Port
Power Input
LAN Port
101010
37
60
Reset Button
 Installation Method
Fix the provided screws to the wall and use the four holes on the back of
the DMS to hang the DMS on the wall.
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System Architecture
S-NET 3
DMS
* HUB
Centralized
Controller
Transmitter
Transmitter
Centralized
Controller
Network related
equipments to be
purchased separately
SIM I/M
Transmitter
Power related
equipments to
be purchased
separately
* Power meter
Connect one power meter to
N number of outdoor units.
Make sure the power meter
capacity is greater than the
total capacity of the outdoor
units.
Note
 roducts with ‘*’ are not Samsung products and must be
P
purchased separately.
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Compatible Devices
No.
Devices
Model
Note
1
All System indoor/outdoor units
such as: DVM, DVMH models,
Indoor Unit
DVM PLUS, DVM PLUS ΙΙ/ΙΙΙ,
Outdoor Unit
MINI DVM, HOME DVM,
CAC models
-
2
Interface
Module
MIM-B04A(for DVM, DVM PLUS etc.)
MIM-B13(for DVM PLUS ΙΙ etc.)
MIM-B13A(for DVM PLUS ΙΙ, ΙΙΙ etc.)
-
3
Centralized
Controller
MCM-A202
MCM-A202A
-
4
SIM I/M
MIM-B12
Needed for power distribution
*5
Watt-hour
Meter
RS485 comm. type
Needed for power distribution
(Please consult Samsung for
compatible power meters)
Note
 roducts with ‘* ’ are not Samsung products and must be purchased separately.
P
(Only selected power meters may be used for protocol compatibility issues.)
Maximum Devices attachable
The maximum number of devices attachable to the DMS is as follow:
Devices
Max.
Note
Centralized Controller
16
Must not exceed 16
Indoor Unit
256
Tracking error occurs if exceeded
SIM I/M
8
Watt-hour Meter
64
8 power meters for each SIM I/M
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Installing the DMS
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Connecting the Centralized Controller
The centralized controllers must be installed to control the
indoor units.
1
Loosen the two screws on the bottom of the DMS front
cover.
2
Hold the bottom two sides of the DMS and push upwards
to slide open the cover. (Sliding type cover)
3
Connect the provided power cable to the power terminal.
4
Connect the C1, C2 communication cable from the
centralized controller to the J1 terminal of the DMS.
(Communication will fail if the cable is not connected
properly.)
5
Connect the LAN cable to the J6 terminal of the DMS.
6
Close the case cover after making sure the power cable is
not pressed.
7
Assemble the cover as shown in the picture to avoid
exposure of the stripped wires.
POWER CABLE
Centralized controller
communication cable
LAN CABLE
Caution
 Maximum 16 centralized controllers can be connected
to one DMS.
 Separate the power cable and the communication cable
when installing the DMS. (The DMS may malfunction
due to electrical disturbance.)
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Installing the DMS (Continued)
Connecting the SIM I/M
The SIM I/M must be used for the power distribution function.
1
Loosen the two screws on the bottom of the DMS front
cover.
2
Hold the bottom two sides of the DMS and push upwards
to slide open the cover. (Sliding type cover)
3
Connect the provided power cable to the power terminal.
4
Connect the C1,C2 communication cable from the SIM I/M
to the J1 terminal of the DMS.
(Communication will fail if the cable is notconnected
properly.)
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Connect the LAN cable to the J6 terminal of the DMS.
6
Close the case cover after making sure the power cable is
not pressed.
7
Assemble the cover as shown in the picture to avoid
exposure of the stripped wires.
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POWER CABLE
Peak Power I/M
communication cable
LAN CABLE
Caution
 Maximum 8 SIM I/Ms can be connected to one DMS.
 Maximum 8 power meters can be connected to one SIM I/M.
 Separate the power cable and the communication cable
when installing the DMS. (The DMS may malfunction
due to electrical disturbance.)
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Installing the DMS (Continued)
DMS PCB Option Switches
1
Reset Switch (SW01) :
Resets the DMS when the DMS stops operating.
(Pressing the reset switch will delete all current data.
The switch must only be operated by the installer.)
2
DIP Switch(SW3) :
Used for setting the DI mode.
Operate only when the DI port is used.
<Factory Default Settings>
SW03
Note
Refer to the appendix (page 22~23) for how to install
the DI external signal control.
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Using the DI external contact signal control (Optional)
DIP Switch (SW03) : Use only for external contact signal control.
Pattern
DIP Switch
1
2
3
4
Control Details
Pattern OFF OFF OFF OFF No response to the external contact signal control.
(Factory default setting)
1
Used for emergency cases such fire.
Responds when there is an input signal on DI-1
Operation:
Turns off all the indoor units when there is an ON
signal input, and disables the use of all the remote
Pattern ON OFF OFF OFF
controllers. During an emergency stop,
2
the DMS will ignore any request from the higher level
controllers. The schedules will not operate as well.
The indoor unit remote controllers will restore to the
status previous to ON signal, when the external input
signal changes to OFF.
Responds when there is an input signal on DI-1 and DI-2.
Operation:
Changes the on/off status of all the indoor units
Pattern OFF
depending on the ON/OFF status of the DI-1 input.
ON OFF OFF
3
Enables/disables the remote controllers depending on
the ON/OFF status of the DI-2 input.
(ON: enable/ OFF: disable)
The schedules will run regardless of pattern 3.
Responds when there is a pulse input on DI-1,2.
Operation:
Turns on all the indoor units when there is a pulse
input on DI-1.
Turns off all the indoor units when there is a pulse
Pattern
ON ON OFF OFF
input on DI-2.
4
Turns off all the indoor units when there is a pulse
input on DI-1, DI-2.
(The pulse width is valid only for 0.5~1.0 sec.)
The schedules will run regardless of pattern 4.
Note
Refer to the appendix (page 22~23) for how to install the DI external signal control.
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DMS External Display
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
LED Status Display




Power (Red)
Power display.
The power display is on when there’s a power input.
Flickers every second if the CPU is operating normally.
CPU Alive(Yellow) (The CPU is in waiting status and the CPU Alive display is off
initially when powered up.)
Linked (Green)
Active (Green)
Internet cable connection status display.
The display is on when connected to the internet.
Flickers during data transceive.

RS485 Tx (Green)
Flickers during data transmission from the DMS to
the centralized controller.
(Starts flickering once the tracking is complete.)

RS485 Rx (Green)
Flickers during data transmission from the centralized
controller to the DMS.

DI 1 Status (Green)
Lights on when using the external contact signal control.
(Refer to page 23)

DI 2 Status (Green)
Lights on when using the external contact signal control.
(Refer to page 23)

A/C Running
(Green)
DMS status indicator/Running status of indoor unit indicator
You may setup A/C Running LED to indicate either DMS status
or Indoor unit operation.
- DMS status: Green light will flicker every 5 seconds when
DMS operates normally.
- Running status of indoor unit: Solid green light will turn on
when the indoor units operate normally.
(at least 1 indoor unit)

Error (Green)
Lights on if there is an error on at least one indoor or outdoor
unit. Also Lights on when there is a communication error.
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Setting the Computer Environment
The following device and accessory is needed:
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1
 Computer with a LAN Card
 *Cross Cable or a HUB
2
Setting the computer environment.
 Must have Internet Explorer 6.0 or above installed.
Please install the internet explorer 6.0 or above through
Windows Update
 Must have JRE 1.3.1 or above installed JRE can be
downloaded from http://java.sun.com/j2se or
automatically by connecting to the DMS through the
internet.
3
Connection Method (Choose one of the two methods list
below.)
 Connecting the DMS directly to the computer
Computer
* (Cross Cable)
 Connecting the DMS using a HUB
HUB
Computer
(Direct Cable)
Note
*Cross Cable:
A cross cable is used when connecting two PCs directly.
A direct cable is used to connect the PC to a HUB, and
a cross cable is used to connect between two PCs or
between a PC and a DMS.
The cross cable can be purchased at any computer
stores.
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Setting the Computer Environment (Continued)
4
Setting the computer environment to access the DMS for
the first time.
 All the environment of the DMS is set by connecting
to the DMS. In order to access the DMS, the computer
environment must be set as follow:
Choose one of the two methods to access the DMS.

The default IP setting of the DMS is 192.168.0.2
1) Change the computer IP address (Recommended)
Set the network environment of the computer
connected to the DMS as follow:
 Click on the ‘My Network’ icon on the desktop to access the above screen.
Right click and press ‘properties’.
Right click on the ‘Local Area Network’ icon and press ‘properties’.
Select ‘Internet protocol(TCP/IP)’ and press ‘properties’.
2) Run the route command
Start  Run  Type in the following command  Enter
Route add 192.168.0.0 mask 255.255.255.0 *Computer_IP
 The computer IP refers to the IP address of the computer connected or
that is to be connected to the DMS
Type in 192.168.0.1 when using a private IP.
Note
Refer to page 24~25 for setting the IP address.
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Connect to the internet. Run the internet explorer and type in the following address.
http://192.168.0.2
If the connection is successful, the following front page will load.
The DMS will prompt for a user ID and a password as shown above.
The factory default user setting is as follow:
admin
1234
Type in the ID and the password and click on LOGIN.
Change the user setting if needed for security reasons.
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Setting the Computer Environment (Continued)
The following screen is displayed if the login is successful.
Click on SYSTEM ENVIRONMENT.
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

Click on the ‘Edit’ button to change the language settings.
(Default:English)
The system will start up automatically once the language is set.

Click on the ‘Edit’ button to change the DMS network settings.
The system will start up automatically once the settings are saved.

Click on the ‘Edit’ button to change the time settings.
Set the time for accurate error time logs and schedule controls.
 Click on the ‘Edit’ button to change the Operation mode of A/C
Running.
- When you click ‘Edit’ button, it will change to ‘Save’ button.
 Select the mode you wish to set.
- DMS status: Green light will flicker every 5 seconds when DMS
operates normally.
- Running status of indoor unit: Solid green light will turn on
when the indoor units operate normally.
(at least 1 indoor unit)
 Click ‘Save’ button.
- Changed setting will be saved.
Note
For detail instructions on setting System Environment,
refer to user’s manual.
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Setting the Computer Environment (Continued)
Tracking
Click on the tracking button once the environment is set.
The above screen will be displayed.
Select either the group mode tracking or the room mode tracking.
 Group mode tracking:
Control the indoor units according to the RMC address.
 Room mode tracking:
- Control the indoor units according to the MAIN address of
the indoor units.
- Indoor unit MAIN address and the RMC address will be
displayed.
The message “Tracking...Please wait.” will be displayed while
tracking. Tracking will take at least a few seconds to at most
three minutes.
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
The following screen is display if tracking is successful.
Click on the edit button to change the names of the indoor
units and the centralized controllers.
The basic settings for the internet control is set.
Please refer to the user manual for detailed information on
internet control.
Note
For detail instructions on Tracking, refer to user’s manual.
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Appendix
DI/DO circuit (Optional)
5
DI-2
2
DO-2
4
External contact signal control
(ON/OFF control of all the indoor units)

DI-2
(Digital Input)
External contact signal control
(ON/OFF control of all the indoor units)
DO-1
(Digital Output)
Outputs 12V if at least one indoor unit is running.
(External circuit may be built for display using the 12V
output)
Equivalent to the ‘A/C Running’ LED on the DMS external
display.
Outputs as the settings on the Operation mode of A/C
Running LED.
- DMS status: Green light will flicker every 5 seconds
when DMS operates normally.
- Running status of indoor unit: Solid green light will
turn on when the indoor units operate
normally. (at least 1 indoor unit)
DO-2
(Digital Output)
Outputs 12V if there is an error on the indoor or outdoor
unit or if communication error occurs.
(External circuit may be built for display using the 12V
output)
Equivalent to the ‘Error’ LED on the DMS external display.

Serial communication
for environment setup purpose.
port
Note
22
3
DI-1
(Digital Input)
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1
Consult Samsung Electronics when building an
external circuit for display.
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DI(Digital Input) Circuitry (Optional)
Pattern 2 (May be used for connection with a fire sensor)
���
Emergency Stop/Resume Operation
����
����
No Connection
Pattern 3
���
Run/Stop A/C
����
Enable/Disable remote control
����
Pattern 4 (Pulse signal control)
���
Run
����
Stop
����
Note
Refer to page 12~13 for PCB DIP s/w settings when using
the DI external signal control.
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Appendix (Continued)
Setting the IP Address
1
When using DSL connection
1) Using a private IP : used if the internet control is not
needed and the DMS is controlled only from one place.
Connecting the DMS and the controller 1:1
DMS
SNET-i
*Cross Cable
Private IP : 192.168.0.2
Private IP : 192.168.0.1
Computer
DMS
*Cross Cable
Private IP : 192.168.0.2
Private IP : 192.168.0.1
(A separate LAN Card is needed if the
user wants to use the computer to
access both the internet and the DMS)
2) Using a static IP : used for external control over
the internet.
SNET-i
HUB
Computer
DMS
Direct Cable
��������
Public IP
2
Please consult the network administrator when deciding the
DMS IP address. (Must consult for firewall issues.)
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3
IP terms explanation
Public IP
Static IP
Dynamic IP
Private IP
Static IP
Dynamic IP
The DMS requires an IP address to be connected to the
internet and to allow computers to access the DMS.
 Public IP
Public IP addresses are IP addresses that are visible to
the public.
Static IP : An address assigned by the internet service
provider to be its permanent address on the internet
 Dynamic IP : Temporary IP address assigned by the
internet service provider that changes every time the
computer connects to the internet.
 Private IP
The internet cannot be accessed using a private IP
unless a HUB, or an internet sharing program is used.
However, if a private IP is used, the computer or the
DMS cannot be accessed from the internet.
There are three blocks of private IP addresses:
- 10.0.0.0 through 10.255.255.255
- 172.16.0.0 through 172.31.255.255
- 192.168.0.0 through 192.168.255.255
A private IP is not assigned by the internet service
providers. Internet service providers assign only public IPs,
whether static or dynamic.
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Appendix (Continued)
IP Setup Error
1
Initial connection error (occurs only when using a private IP)
 A number of DMS’ are connected on the same network
The default factory IP setting of all the DMS’ are the same
and when they are connected on the same network, the
IP address of the DMS’ will collide.
Please set the network environment of the DMS one at a
time and connect all the DMS’ once all the IP addresses
are set differently.
Computer
DMS 1
Initial IP : 192.168.0.2
The computer will not
know which DMS has the
IP address 192.168.0.2.
DMS 2
Initial IP : 192.168.0.2
DMS 3
Initial IP : 192.168.0.2
DMS 4
Initial IP : 192.168.0.2
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Installation Errors
1
Check the centralized controller and transmitter models.
2
Check the communication status between the centralized
controller and the transmitter.
Devices
If the communication is normal
Centralized The indoor units are controlled
Controller according to the on/off buttons
 ‘U’ is displayed on the right side
of the 7-segment display
Transmitter
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Check points when tracking fails and the installation information
of the indoor and outdoor units are not available.
If the communication fails
The power LED and the room
LEDs flicker periodically
 Nothing is displayed on the right
side of the 7-segment display
 Only ‘d’ is displayed on the right
side of the 7-Segment display
The 7-Segment display of the transmitter is as follow:
 Left : The main address of the indoor units are displayed
if the communication is normal.
 Right : The RMC address of the indoor units are
displayed followed by the following alphabets.
d - Displayed when waiting for communication
with the centralized controller
U - Displayed when the communication is normal
None - Communication with the centralized
controller broken  check the connection
status
3
Check the polarity of the communication cables between
the DMS and the centralized controllers.
(The ‘RS485 Rx’ LED on the DMS display is off if the
communication fails)
 Communication will fail if the C1, C2 polarity is changed.
 Check for broken wires.
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