CX Quick Start Guide

CX Quick Start Guide
24V
Control
Common
LED
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BLUE ( CONTROL)
Black ( - COMMON)
Foot-Candle Range
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Always use and follow Installation
Instructions.
Mount the panel enclosure – Mount
the CX panel securely to building
structure in accordance with local
code requirements. Remove panel
door prior to mounting enclosure. All
mounting holes are located such that
no additional disassembly is required
to complete mounting. Mounting
keyhole location and dimensions are
included in the CX Panel Installation
Instructions.
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Install Individual Relay Cards as
required – When panels include
combinations of different types of
relays, these must be field installed.
Control power must be disconnected
to the panel motherboard prior to
installing relay cards. Once installation
of all cards is complete, restore control
power to mother board. Read and follow installation instructions provided
with the individual relay cards when
installing.
Test controlled lighting loads –
Once circuits are connected to line
and load sides of terminals, test each
for shorts and proper grounding prior
to energizing the circuit breaker feeding the load.
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Record controlled lighting loads
in Panel Schedule – After completion of all testing include in the panel
schedule the name and/or location of
the load controlled and the panel and
circuit designation of the source line
power.
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CX Panel
User
Interface
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Connect CX Panel input power –
Select the appropriate input voltage
leads to match the available line
voltage input. Make connection to
incoming circuit with appropriately
sized twist-on wire connectors.
Connect controlled lighting loads –
Each relay card is provided with terminal blocks for connection to lighting
circuits to be controlled. Each terminal
will accommodate two (2)-#10-#14
copper solid or stranded wire of the
same size and type. Relays connected
to the same supply circuit may be jumpered on the line side. All line voltage
connections should be made with the
circuit breaker feeding the load in the
locked off position.
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4 6
3 8
3 5 7
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are software assignable as to type
and
24V
control. Any input can control any
relay
Control
or group.
Common
17Dry Contact Output TerminalsLED
– Each
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vidually mounted for easy replacement
Output
Terminal
allows
for
the
CX
Panel
and to allow for panels to include any
to signal other systems with N.O./N.C.
mix of relay types.
or maintained contacts.
11Relay Card Connector – This connector 18momentary
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M
aster/Secondary
Panel Interface
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fits into the socket on the panel
Card Connector – Cards provided with
motherboard to allow for control of
the secondary panel allow easy connecrelays by the panel.
tion with CAT5, CAT5e or CAT6 cable.
Foot-Candle Range
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12Relay Manual Override Button –
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Door Hinge – The CX Panel door hinge
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3 - 300 Indoor
Allows for relays to be manually
Photocell
30 - 3000
is designed to allow removal
of the door
operated. Manual control of relays is also
during installation of line and low volt-60 - 60000
available through the User Interface.
0.3 - 30 Outdoor
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age wiring for easier access
and protec13 Relay Status Light – Indicates relay
Input
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tion
of
the
user
interface.
Relay
manual
Terminals
operation status.
3
override button will operate relays with
14Relay Board Input Terminal Block –
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User Interface cable not attached to
Any type of low voltage input including
motherboard provided control power is
Switches, Motion Sensors or Photocells
connected.
may be connected to any input. These
are software assignable as to type and
control. Any input can control any relay
or group.
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nals – Lighting circuits are connected to
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these heavy duty screw terminals. Each
terminal will accommodate two (2) #14
-#10 stranded or solid copper wire.
16Auxiliary Inputs – The CX Panel is
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supplied with additional low voltage
inputs to accommodate a wide variety
of control scenarios that require more
than one input for a relay or group. Any
type of low voltage input including
Switches, Motion Sensors or Photocells
Connect Controlled Lighting Loads
may be connected to any input. These
Low Voltage Input/Output Connections
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Always use and follow Installation
Instructions.
Connect Low Voltage Inputs – There
are low voltage inputs, one each on
each relay card and auxiliary inputs
on the motherboard. Any device can
be connected to any input. All inputs
are software assignable to any type of
device, including low voltage switches,
motion sensors, or photocells. Any input
can control any relay, group or output.
Wiring diagrams for each type of device
are indicated inside the panel door and
in this document. Each panel provides
enough device power for one device
per relay, including devices that may be
wired in parallel to a single input.
3 Inputs should be connected based
on zone control – Where relays are controlled by single devices, inputs should
be connected to the input terminal on
that specific relay. Even though any
input can be mapped to any relay or
group, it is easier for programming and
future modifications if inputs and relays
are aligned.
4 Switches or Sensors that control the
same zone should be connected in
parallel to a single input – Low volt-
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CX 8-Relay
Panel Interior
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9 Keyhole Mounting – NoInput
disassembly
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Terminals
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0.3 - 30 Outdoor
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Low Voltage Device Input Wiring Diagrams
CX Panel
Input
Terminals
age switches and motion sensors can
be connected in parallel for like devices
when more than one device controls
the same zone.
5 Record Inputs in Panel Schedule After completion of all connections,
include in the panel schedule the name,
type and/or location of the input device
and the relay or group controlled.
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24V
Control
Common
LED
BLUE ( CONTROL)
Motion Sensors
Foot-Candle Range
Foot-Candle Range
3 - 300 Indoor
Photocell
60000
BLUE60
( -CONTROL)
Input
Terminals
CX Panel
Input
Terminals
0.3
- 30(Outdoor
Black
- COMMON)
BLACK
2
3
BLUE / WHITE
BLACK / WHITE
24V
Control
Common
LEDLVSM1PL
30 - 3000
60 - 60000
Input
Terminals
Common
24V
LED
Control
Common
LED
24V
Control
Common
LED
BLUE
3 - 300 Indoor
Photocell
CX Panel
Input 24V
Terminals
Control
30 - 3000
RED (+24VDC)
1
Black ( - COMMON)
Photocells
1
0.3 - 30 Outdoor
CX Panel
Input
Terminals
24V
Control
Common
LED
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3
Low Voltage Switches
B
B
LVSM1NP
Switch
Station
Switch
Station
BLACK
BLUE
BLUE
BLUE
BLUE / WHITE
BLACK / WHITE
LVSM1PL
Switch
Station
BLACK / WHITE
Low Voltage Switch
BLACK
BLACK
24V
Control
Common
LED
BLUE
BLUE / WHITE
24V
Control
Common
LED
LVSM1NP
Switch
Station
LVSM1PL
Switch
Station
24V
Control
Common
LED
Low Voltage Switch
with LED
LVSM1NP
Switch
Station
BLUE
BLACK
BLUE
CX User Interface Functions
Function Keys – These keys provide
programming choices in various screens. Key
labels appear on-screen when keys are available.
Navigation Keys – Allows user to navigate
Up/Down/Right/Left/Toggle through editable
fields to select program choices.
Enter Key – Use this key to make selections.
Help Key – This key will bring up help screens
in specific locations driven by the field that
is highlighted.
The CX Main Menu
provides access to all
programming functions in order of the
next needed input.
Press ENTER from the
home clock display
page to begin.
24V
Control
Common
LED
BLUE
BLACK
BLUE
Color Lcd Display – Allows for most programming
to be completed in a single screen. Right side scroll
bars appear when more choices are available than are
currently visible.
Alpha-Numeric Keypad – This keypad is used
to populate names and numeric values while
programming. Tap/Scroll operation is similar to that
used for cell phones.
Escape Key – This key takes the user to the previous
screen. Warning prompt appears when changes have
been made, but not saved.
The Help ICON in the upper right of the screen appears
when help information is available. Each of the main menu
items is defined with the help screen.
HELP Icon
Individual
Mounted
Relay Card
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black/
blue w
LVSM1PL
Switch
Station
Note: All wiring is required to be #18 ga insulated CLASS 2 copper conductor. Number of wires varies by device type.
CX Main Menu
Low Voltage Input
Wiring
RED (+24VDC)
BLUE / WHITE
Line Voltage Power Connections
60 - 60000
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Installing
Relay Card
30 - 3000
BLUE / WHITE
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CX Panel User Interface – LCD Display/
Keypad allows access to all programming,
system status, and manual control.
Panel Door Lock – The CX Panel is
designed to be locked once the qualified
electrician has completed all connections. Door should remain locked at all
times.
Panel Schedule – Use this removable
document to record line and low voltage
connection data.
Low Voltage Input Device wiring diagrams – Located inside the panel door
for easy reference.
Interconnect Cable to User Interface –
This cable may be disconnected to allow
for the removal of the door during the
panel wiring process.
Line Voltage Input Leads – These leads
are color coded based on the label on
the transformer for various input supply
voltages. All unused leads must be terminated with insulated wire connectors.
Control Power Transformer/Power
Supply – This transformer has multi-tap
input power or variable voltage input
to be connected to line voltage power
supply. Secondary voltage to the panel
motherboard is 24VAC. Different voltage
measured on the secondary terminals is
indicative of misconnection of primary
supply wiring.
Control Power Disconnect – A plug disconnect is provided for the low voltage
control power to allow for safe removal
and replacement of relay cards.
3 - 300 Indoor
➡
1
Photocell
BLUE / WHITE
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CX Panels – Programming Guide
CX Panels – Programming Guide (continued)
General System Settings
Basic Programming Functions
The CX Panel System offers a wide variety of settings that allow for different uses of the system. The basic settings required
for most systems are Time and Date, Time Zone, and Astro Clock Settings. These are input as follows:
The CX Panel System basic programming functions used most often for typical installations are Groups, Schedules, and Inputs.
These are programmed as follows:
Time and Date
1. From the Main Menu SELECT System Settings, and then press ENTER
2. SELECT Set Date/Time, and then press ENTER.
3. Enter the Date and Time in the appropriate fields using the alpha-numeric keypad.
4. Scroll down to [SAVE] and press ENTER to finish
Groups
1. From the Main Menu SELECT Groups, and then press ENTER
2. SELECT a group, and then press ENTER. The solid box next to the group number indicates that it has been programmed.
3. Edit the name field using the alpha-numeric keypad. Press ENTER to select from name list.
4. SELECT [CHANGE] in the Relays field
5. Select the relays to be included in the group, and then Press ENTER
6. Scroll down to [SAVE] and press ENTER to finish
Time Zone
1. From the Main Menu SELECT System Settings, and then press ENTER.
2. SELECT Set Date/Time Preferences, and then press ENTER.
3. SCROLL down to the Time Zone field and use the RIGHT and LEFT arrow keys to
select the appropriate time zone for your area.
4. Scroll down to [SAVE] and press ENTER to finish
Select
Use of Scenarios
The Scenarios Menu allows for the application of pre-programmed Indoor and Outdoor templates. The User only needs to
input unique information related to the selected Scenario. The Scenario then auto-populates data related to specific chosen
behavior and then significantly shortens the time necessary to complete programming. Additionally, Scenarios have been
tested for proper performance and assure the User that all required settings will work correctly.
EXAMPLE SCENARIO: Manual Switch ON/ Auto Motion OFF – 5 EASY STEPS
2)Select Switch Input
Installation & Programming Guide
edit
CX16 & CX24
Panels
Astro Clock Settings
1. From the Main Menu SELECT System Settings, and then press ENTER.
2. SELECT Astro Clock Settings, and then press ENTER.
3. Press the ENTER key and use the alpha-numeric keypad to enter the first letter of a
major city near your location. A list will appear that can be scrolled to find the city
of your choice. Press ENTER to auto-populate the longitude and latitude values.
4. Alternately, if you know these values SCROLL to each field and enter the data for
your area.
5. Scroll down to [SAVE] and press ENTER to finish
1)Select Scenario
Quick Start
Schedules
1. From the Main Menu SELECT Schedules, and then press ENTER.
2. SELECT a Schedule, and then press ENTER. The solid box next to the group number indicates that it has been programmed.
3. Edit the name field using the alpha-numeric keypad.
4. SELECT [CHANGE] in the Control field
5. Select the Relay or Group to be controlled and then Press ENTER
6. SELECT [CHANGE] in the [Times] field
7. Input the schedule times in the appropriate fields, and then Press ENTER
8. Scroll down to [SAVE] and press ENTER to finish
Select
CX04 & CX08
Panels
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3)Select Motion Input
2
1
3
2
3
4)Select Relay or Group
5)Save ALL Selections
Inputs
1. From the Main Menu SELECT Inputs, and then press ENTER
2. SELECT an Input, and then press ENTER. The solid box next to the group number indicates that it has been programmed. MI01
would be the master panel relay card 1 input. MAX1 would be the master panel auxiliary input 1.
3. Edit the name field using the alpha-numeric keypad.
4. SELECT <Switch> in the Type field
5. Use the RIGHT and LEFT arrow key to toggle to the desired input type.
6. SCROLL down and populate the associated settings for the selected input
7. SELECT [CHANGE] in the Control field
8. Select the Relay or Group to be controlled and then Press ENTER
9. Scroll down to [SAVE] and press ENTER to finish
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PRECAUTIONS
• READ AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
• CAUTION - RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK. To prevent
electrical shock, turn off power at the circuit breaker before
installing or servicing unit. Never wire energized electrical
components.
• NOTICE: For installation by a licensed electrician in accordance
with National and/or local Electrical Codes and the following
instructions.
• CAUTION: USE COPPER CONDUCTOR ONLY.
• Be sure to read and understand all instructions before
installing or servicing unit
• For Indoor use only. Do not use outdoors.
• Do not mount near gas or electric heaters.
• Disconnect switch or a circuit breaker must be provided and
marked as the disconnecting device.
• The use of accessory equipment not recommended by the
manufacturer may cause an unsafe condition.
• Confirm that device ratings are suitable for application prior to
installation.
• No user serviceable parts contained inside unit. Refer all
service related questions to the factory. All servicing shall be
performed by qualified service personnel.
• Equipment should be mounted in locations and at heights
where it will not readily be subjected to tampering by
unauthorized personnel.
• Use only approved materials and components (i.e. twist on
connectors, electrical box, etc.) as appropriate for installation.
• NOTICE: Do not install if product appears to be damaged.
• If the equipment is used in a manner not specified by the
manufacturer, the protection provided by the equipment may
be impaired.
• Do not use this equipment for other than intended use.
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