Clipsal C-Bus 5504RVFP Series 4 Ch VFree Relay

Clipsal C-Bus 5504RVFP Series 4 Ch VFree Relay
C-Bus Four Channel Voltage Free Relay
Installation Instructions
5504RVF Series
REGISTERED PATENT
3042248
Intelligent Building Series
C-Bus Four Channel Voltage Free Relay Installation Instructions
Table of Contents
Section..................................................................................................... Page
1.0 Product Range ........................................................................................3
2.0 Description ..............................................................................................3
3.0 Capabilities..............................................................................................3
4.0 Compatible Loads ...................................................................................3
5.0 Wiring Instructions...................................................................................4
6.0 Connection to the C-Bus Network ...........................................................4
7.0 C-Bus DIN Rail Series Relay Features....................................................5
7.1
Local Override Buttons ......................................................................5
7.2
Remote Override Facility ...................................................................6
8.0 Priority of Operating Modes.....................................................................6
9.0 Status Indicators......................................................................................7
9.1
C-Bus Indicator..................................................................................7
9.2
Unit Indicator .....................................................................................7
10.0 C-Bus System Clock ...............................................................................7
11.0 C-Bus Network Burden............................................................................8
12.0 Power-Up Load Status ............................................................................8
13.0 C-Bus Power Requirements ....................................................................8
14.0 Stand-Alone Programming ......................................................................9
15.0 Power Surges and Short Circuit Conditions ............................................9
16.0 Megger Testing .......................................................................................9
17.0 Standards Complied.............................................................................. 10
18.0 Programming Requirements.................................................................. 11
19.0 Important Warning................................................................................. 11
20.0 Mechanical Specifications ..................................................................... 11
21.0 Electrical Specifications......................................................................... 12
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Disclaimer
Clipsal Integrated Systems reserves the right to change specifications or designs described in this manual without
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1.0 Product Range
L5504RVF
L5504RVFP
LE5504TRVF
LE5504TRVFP
Four Channel Voltage Free Relay, with C-Bus Power Supply (220-240V, 50-60 Hz)
Four Channel Voltage Free Relay (220-240V, 50-60 Hz)
Four Channel Voltage Free Relay, with C-Bus Power Supply (110-120V, 50-60 Hz)
Four Channel Voltage Free Relay (110-120V, 50-60 Hz)
2.0 Description
The 5504RVF Series C-Bus Four Channel Voltage Free Relay products are C-Bus
output devices, designed to be used in a switchboard application. For ease of
installation they are DIN rail mounted, measuring 8M wide (1M = 17.5 +0.5/-0.0 mm)
wide. C-Bus connection is conveniently achieved through the use of RJ45 connectors,
allowing similar units to be quickly looped together. Four independent voltage free relay
contacts are provided for general switching applications.
3.0 Capabilities
The 5504RVF Series products have an internal C-Bus power supply capable of
supporting a number of other C-Bus units (200mA capacity). All units with a suffix “P” do
not have a C-Bus power supply, but consume no current from the C-Bus Network during
normal operation.
These units also generate a C-Bus system clock signal, therefore providing all the
support necessary for a simple C-Bus Network. Local toggle buttons are provide on
each unit to allow individual channels to be toggled at each unit or via C-Bus
commands. Remote ON and OFF facilities are available, permitting all channels to be
turned ON or OFF without C-Bus Network communications.
These units isolate mains power from the extra low voltage C-Bus Network.
4.0 Compatible Loads
The 5504RVF Series Relay units are suitable for use with the following loads:
Load Symbol
Compatible Loads
Load Rating
Per Channel
Incandescent lighting
Halogen 240V lamps
Fluorescent lighting
Resistive load
10A
Low voltage lighting with iron-core
transformers
Low voltage lighting with electronic
transformers
Exhaust fans (shaded pole induction motors) *
2A
Ceiling fans (split-phase induction motors) *
The installer must ensure an appropriate isolating circuit breaker is installed with
the motor in order to comply with local wiring rules applicable to the region.
M
*
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5.0 Wiring Instructions
NOTE:
• The unit is capable of handling up to four channels of 10A switched active loads.
The installer should make adequate consideration for the total current consumption
when selecting power feed cables. It is recommended the installer allow for multiple
feed cables.
• A maximum of 10 C-Bus DIN Rail units (with 200mA power supply) can be
connected to a single C-Bus Network. A maximum of 100 “P” suffix units may be
interconnected.
• The installer must fix mains cables in the distribution board using cable ties or
trunking as required by local wiring rules. Care must be taken not to allow copper
strands to enter the DIN unit’s apertures.
• Rubber bungs are supplied (3 off) for unused RJ45 connectors, to stop foreign
bodies from entering the unit. Always ensure these bungs are installed when the
Relay Unit is to be mounted inside a mains rated enclosure.
6.0 Connection to the C-Bus Network
Installation requires connection to the
unshielded twisted pair C-Bus Network
Cable. The illustration opposite, shows the
recommended technique for cable
termination giving the best electrical
performance. It is required that Category 5
data cable is used, Clipsal catalogue
number 5005C305B.
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RJ Pin
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C-Bus Connection
Colour
Remote ON
Remote ON
C-Bus Neg (-)
C-Bus Pos (+)
C-Bus Neg (-)
C-Bus Pos (+)
Remote OFF
Remote OFF
Green/White
Green
Orange/White
Blue
Blue/White
Orange
Brown/White
Brown
NOTE:
• It is recommended that the Remote Override (On/Off) connections be maintained
for correct operation of these services across the C-Bus Network, even if they are
not intended to be used. Remote Override services may be disabled in software if
necessary.
• A Clipsal RJ5CB300PL Cat UTP patch cord is included with the unit for easy
interconnection. No more than 10 x 5504RVF Series products should be connected
to one physical C-Bus Network. This may be extended to 100 for “P” suffix units.
• Rubber bungs are supplied (3 off) for unused RJ45 connectors, to stop foreign
bodies from entering the unit. Always ensure these bungs are installed when the
Relay Unit is to be mounted inside a mains rated enclosure.
7.0 C-Bus DIN Rail Series Relay Features
7.1 Local Override Buttons
The buttons located on the front of the unit provide a means to toggle each
channel locally (at the unit). Each button is illuminated when the respective
channel is in the On state.
Operation
Function
Short Press
Double Click
One short press will toggle the state of this channel only
Two short presses within 2 seconds will return this channel
only to the C-Bus Network level
Pressing any of the Local Override buttons for longer than 2
seconds will return all channels to the C-Bus Network level
Long Press
Note double-click and long press operations will only occur if the unit/channel is
already in override mode.
C-Bus commands received by the unit will (by default) override local toggle
changes. In this case, only the channel associated with the received commands
will revert to the current C-Bus Network state. This option may be disabled in
software. Please refer to Section 8.0, Priority of Operating Modes.
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7.2 Remote Override Facility
Remote control of all channels on a unit can be
achieved via the extra pairs of conductors on the
C-Bus connector. The diagram opposite shows
switches may be connected in parallel on any
one Network, using green and green/white
conductors for the remote ON function. Brown
brown/white may be wired in the same fashion
for remote OFF, with these conductors being
connected to C-Bus negative via the switch to
action this state. A Clipsal 30/1/2LM mechanism
makes an ideal remote input switch.
NOTE:
C-Bus is a balanced network and therefore at
any point where C-Bus negative (-) is taken,
C-Bus positive (+) must also be present. Hence
both network conductors must be looped
through all remote input switches on the
Network.
8.0 Priority of Operating Modes
The output status of the 5504RVF Series C-Bus Four Channel Voltage Free Relay
product can be changed by:
• Pressing a C-Bus Key,
• By activating any of the Local Override buttons or
• By using the Remote Override facilities.
The table below shows the priority ranking of these control inputs,
Mode
Priority
Function
Remote OFF
Remote ON
Local Override
C-Bus Input Unit (Key, PIR etc)
1 (Highest)
2
3*
4* (Lowest)
Turns all channels OFF
Turns all channels ON
Toggle channel
Control the channel
* Local Override has priority over normal C-Bus commands received on the bus (such
as those generated by pressing a C-Bus Key). By default, if any channel is in Local
Override mode and a C-Bus command is received for that channel, the C-Bus
command state will be imposed (“Enable C-Bus Priority” option). This feature can be
disabled in software so all relevant C-Bus commands will be ignored by the unit when it
is in Local Override Mode.
For further information about the programming this and other C-Bus units, please refer
to the C-Bus Technical Manual (5000S/2, 5000M/2).
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9.0 Status Indicators
9.1 C-Bus Indicator
This indicator shows the status of the C-Bus Network at this unit. If sufficient
network voltage and a valid C-Bus Clock signal are present then the ‘OK’ signal
will be displayed (continuous green light). If a Network is connected which has
more current load than the power supplies can support, then this indicator will
flash to show a marginal Network voltage. If there is no C-Bus Clock present
then this indicator will not light. When the unit is powered from C-Bus only, for
stand-alone programming, this indicator will not function.
Indicator Status
Meaning
On
Flashing
Off
Power on and functional
Insufficient power to support Network
No C-Bus Clock signal present;
No mains connected
Further debugging of possible Network problems can be achieved with the
Clipsal C-Bus Network Analyser tool (5100NA).
9.2 Unit Indicator
This indicator shows the status of the individual unit. When mains is supplied to
the unit, ‘OK’ will be displayed (continuous green light). If any of the four
channels have been toggled (using Override facilities) into a state other than is
present on the C-Bus network, this indicator will flash with a 90% ON duty cycle.
This applies to either Local or Remote Override inputs. When the unit is
powered from C-Bus only for stand-alone programming, this indicator will not
function.
Indicator Status
Meaning
On
Flashing
Off
Normal operation
Unit in override mode
No mains connected
10.0
C-Bus System Clock
The 5504RVF Series C-Bus Four Channel Voltage Free Relay product incorporates a
software selectable C-Bus System Clock. The System Clock is used to synchronise
data communications waveforms on a C-Bus Network. At least one active C-Bus
System Clock is required on each C-Bus Network for successful communications. No
more than three units on any C-Bus Network should have Clock circuitry enabled, so
this option should normally be disabled using the C-Bus Installation Software.
If a System Clock is required, it can be enabled from the ‘Global Tab’ on the Graphical
User Interface (GUI) for the unit.
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11.0
C-Bus Network Burden
The 5504RVF Series C-Bus Four Channel Voltage Free Relay product incorporates a
software selectable Network Burden. The Network Burden can be enabled using the
C-Bus Installation Software.
A Network Burden may or may not be required to ensure correct operation of the C-Bus
Network. If in doubt, consult the C-Bus Calculator (Network Design Verification Software
Utility) before proceeding with the hardware installation.
CAUTION:
The Graphical User Interface (GUI) software is designed to prevent the Burden from
accidental selection. The following steps are required to correctly enable the Network
Burden from the GUI:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Set the Unit Address to ‘001’;
Turn to the ‘Global Tab’ of the GUI;
Select the Network Burden check box (cross inside box for ON);
Click the OK button;
Select ‘Save to Network’ and/or ‘Save to Database’;
Click the OK button; then
Repeat steps 3 and 4 within 20 seconds, to save your selection.
To disable the Network Burden the same process applies except the Burden selection
check box is cleared (remove cross).
Important Note:
Always disable all 5100PC Interface Network Burdens before installing C-Bus DIN
range products, which include a power supply (non “P” suffix versions). If a burden is
required, use the built-in burden on the DIN Rail unit only.
12.0
Power-Up Load Status
All C-Bus units have onboard non-volatile memory, which is used to store the operating
state of the unit in case of power loss. The 5504RVF Series products incorporate
latching relays and will retain their current output status if C-Bus power is lost. On
restoration of power the DIN Rail Relay unit initiates a short power-up diagnostic
routine, which lasts for approximately 5 seconds. User programmable options will then
allow the relay status to be set as desired.
For further information about the programming this and other C-Bus units, please refer
to the C-Bus Technical Manual (5000S/2, 5000M/2).
13.0
C-Bus Power Requirements
The 5504RVF Series C-Bus Four Channel Voltage Free Relay is available in several
different configurations. All variants draw 18mA from the C-Bus Network when not
connected to the mains supply. With mains connected, these units draw no current from
the C-Bus Network.
In addition, a unit whose catalog number does not include a “P” suffix (such as the
L5504RVF) can supply up to 200mA to the Network when it is connected to the mains.
“P” suffix variants (such as the L5504RVFP) do not include the 200mA power supply.
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Adequate C-Bus Power Supply Units must be installed to support the connected
devices. If in doubt, consult the C-Bus Calculator (Network Design Verification Software
Utility) before proceeding with the hardware installation.
14.0
Stand-Alone Programming
The 5504RVF Series C-Bus Four Channel Voltage Free Relay products can be
programmed without a mains connection. The unit can be connected to any operational
C-Bus Network that is capable of supporting one or more extra C-Bus units (18mA
current required). The unit can then be configured using the C-Bus Installation Software.
Indicators and relays will only function when a mains connection is made.
15.0
Power Surges and Short Circuit Conditions
The mains voltage must be limited to the range specified for any unit which is mains
powered. Each Unit incorporates transient protection circuitry. Additional external power
surge protection devices should be used to enhance system immunity to power surges.
It is strongly recommended that overvoltage equipment such as the Clipsal 970 be
installed at the switchboard.
16.0
Megger Testing
Megger testing must never be performed on the C-Bus data cabling or terminals as it
may degrade the performance of the Network.
Megger testing of mains wiring of an electrical installation that has C-Bus Units
connected will not cause any damage to C-Bus Units. Since C-Bus Units contain
electronic components, the installer should interpret megger readings with due regard to
the nature of the circuit connection.
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Standards Complied
DECLARATIONS OF CONFORMITY
European Directives and Standards
Models L5504RVF Series comply with the following:
European Council Directive
89/336/EEC
EMC Directive
Standard
IEC/CISPR 14; EN 55014
IEC61000-3-2; EN61000-3-2
EN 61000-4-2
EN 61000-4-3
EN 61000-4-4
EN 61000-4-5
EN 61000-4-11
IEC 60669-2-1
97/32C/EEC
Low Voltage
Directive
IEC 60669-2-1
IEC 61558-1
IEC 61558-2-17
Title
RFI Emissions Standard
Low Frequency Emissions
Immunity to ESD
Immunity to RFI
Immunity to EFT
Immunity to Surge Voltages
Immunity to Voltage Dips and
Interruptions
Particular Requirements for
Electronic Switches – EMC clause
Particular Requirements for
Electronic Switches – Safety clause
Transformer Safety Standard
Transformer Safety Standard
Australian/New Zealand EMC & Electrical Safety Frameworks and Standards
Models L5504RVF Series comply with the following:
Regulations
EMC (C-Tick)
Electrical Safety
Standard
AS1044
AS/NZS 61000-3-2
AS/NZS 3100
AS/NZS 3108; IEC 742
Title
RFI Emissions Standard
RFI Emissions Standard
General Requirements for Electrical Equipment
Requirements for Safety Extra Low Voltage
U.S. and Canadian Product Safety Standards and U.S. FCC Regulations
Models LE5504TRVF Series comply with the following:
Standards/Regulations
CSA C22.2 No. 14
UL508
Title
Industrial Control Equipment
Industrial Control Equipment
Tested to FCC Standards
for Home or Office Use
FCC Part 15
ANSI C63.4
3042248
Supplemental Information
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may
not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesirable operation
Class B Product
NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can
be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encourage to try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures:
•
•
•
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
Warning: Any changes or modifications not expressively approved by Clipsal Integrated Systems could void the user's authority to
operate this equipment.
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18.0
Programming Requirements
The 5504RVF Series C-Bus Four Channel Voltage Free Relay must be programmed to
set a unique identification (Unit Address) and mode of operation on the C-Bus Network.
C-Bus Installation Software v2.2.0 (or higher) can be used to configure the:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Project Name
Part Name
Unit Address
Clock (Enable/Disable)
Network Burden (Enable/Disable)
Relay Switching Relationships
Other Advanced Operating Parameters (e.g. Logic Relationships, Turn-On
Thresholds, Power Fail Options etc).
The C-Bus Installation Software can be downloaded from the Clipsal Integrated
Systems Web Site (www.clipsal.com/cis).
For further information about the programming this and other C-Bus units, please refer
to the C-Bus Technical Manual (5000S/2, 5000M/2).
The 5504RVF Series Relay products can also be programmed using C-Bus2 Learn
Mode. For further information about Learn Mode, please consult the C-Bus2 Learn
Mode Operations and Programming Guide.
19.0
Important Warning
The use of any non-approved software in conjunction with the hardware installation
without the written consent of Clipsal Integrated Systems may void any warranties
applicable to the hardware.
20.0
Mechanical Specifications
144 mm
(5.67")
65 mm
(2.56")
85 mm
(3.35")
No user serviceable parts inside.
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Electrical Specifications
Catalogue No.
Nominal Supply
Voltage
Frequency
Range(s)
C-Bus Supply
Voltage
AC Input
Impedance
Electrical
Isolation
Status
Indicators
Maximum
Number of Units
on a Single
C-Bus Network
Load Rating
Resistive
Inductive
Fluorescent
Motor
Switch
Operations
Contact Type
Quiescent Power
Warm Up Time
Restart Delay
Network Clock
Network Burden
Dimensions
Remote Override
Mains Terminals
Weight
C-Bus
Connections
Operating
Temperature
Range
Operating
Humidity Range
L5504RVF
L5504RVFP
220-240V~
LE5504TRVF
LE5504TRVFP
110-120V~
47-53Hz and 57-63Hz
15-36V DC @ 18mA
required for
programming when
mains is not connected.
Sources 200mA to the
C-Bus Network with
mains connected.
15-36V DC @ 18mA
required for
programming when
mains power is not
connected.
15-36V DC @ 0mA
required for
programming when
mains power is
connected.
Does not source current
to the C-Bus Network.
50kΩ @1kHz
100kΩ @1kHz
A maximum of 10 units
A maximum of 100 units
may be connected on a
may be connected on a
single C-Bus Network
single C-Bus Network
3.75kV RMS from C-Bus to Mains
C-Bus Indicator
Clock Present
On
Voltage ≥ 20V DC
Flashing
Voltage < 20V DC
Off
Voltage < 15V DC
Mains Power
Unit Status Indicator
Present
On
Present
Flashing
Fail
Off
Load Indicators (4)
Load indicator is On when relay output is on
10
100
15-36V DC @ 18mA
required for
programming when
mains is not connected.
Sources 200mA to the
C-Bus Network with
mains connected.
15-36V DC @ 18mA
required for
programming when
mains power is not
connected.
15-36V DC @ 0mA
required for
programming when
mains power is
connected.
Does not source current
to the C-Bus Network.
50kΩ @1kHz
A maximum of 10 units
may be connected on a
single C-Bus Network
100kΩ @1kHz
A maximum of 100 units
may be connected on a
single C-Bus Network
No Clock Present
Off
Off
Off
Conditions
Normal Operations
At least one channel in Local or
Remote Override mode
Mains power not available
10
100
10A
10A
10A
2A
Greater than 60,000 operations at rated load (see above for rated load types)
Voltage Free, Magnetically Latched
10 Watts
5 seconds
0 seconds to 42 minutes and 30 seconds
Software selectable
Software selectable
144 x 85 x 65mm (5.67 x 3.35 x 2.56 inches)
Remote switch input can
Remote switch input can
Remote switch input can
be daisy chained to a
be daisy chained to a
be daisy chained to a
maximum of 10 units and maximum of 100 units
maximum of 10 units and
a maximum of 1000m of
and a maximum of
a maximum of 1000m of
cable
1000m of cable
cable
2
2
Accommodates 2 x 1.5mm or 1 x 2.5mm (2 x 16 AWG or 1 x 13 AWG)
L5504RVF/LE5504TRVF: 400g (14 oz), L5504RVFP/LE5504TRVFP: 510g (18 oz)
2 x RJ45 sockets
0
o
Remote switch input can
be daisy chained to a
maximum of 100 units
and a maximum of
1000m of cable
o
0-45 C (32 F – 113 F)
10 – 95% RH
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Further Information
For further information about configuring this product and other C-Bus devices, please
consult the documentation supplied. Further assistance can be obtained as follows:
• C-Bus Manuals
The 5000M/2 C-Bus Technical Manual provides a comprehensive and
definitive guide to Clipsal C-Bus. Includes hardware and software
specifications, product datasheets, system design and installation guides,
and software overview with fully worked programming examples.
• C-Bus Installation Software
The 5000S/2 C-Bus Installation Software (includes 5000M/2 C-Bus
Technical Manual) may be used to unlock the power and flexibility of
Clipsal C-Bus. Unit operation may be completely customised to suit user
requirements. Advanced control functions may be programmed.
• C-Bus Installer Training Courses
Contact your nearest Clipsal Integrated Systems Sales or Technical
Support Officer and enquire about Clipsal C-Bus Installer Training and
Certification Programs today !!
• Technical Support and Troubleshooting
For further assistance, please consult your nearest Clipsal Integrated
Systems Sales Representative or Technical Support Officer.
Technical Support Hotline
Technical Support Email
Sales Support Email
Clipsal Integrated Systems Website
1 300 722 247 (Australia Only)
techsupport.cis@clipsal.com.au
sales.cis@clipsal.com.au
clipsal.com/cis
Products of Clipsal Integrated Systems Pty Ltd
ABN 15 089 444 931
Head Office
12 Park Terrace, Bowden
South Australia 5007
International Phone +61 8 8440 0500
International Fax
+61 8 8346 0845
Internet
clipsal.com/cis
E-Mail
cis@clipsal.com.au
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