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Electronic Theatre Controls PARADIGM Installation manual
ERn Wall Mount Enclosure
Installation Manual
Revision B
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Table of Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
ERn External Processing Rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
ERn Modules and Options. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Warnings and Notice Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Contacting ETC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Prepare for Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Preparations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Unpack and Inspect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Main Circuit Breaker Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Lockout / Tagout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
General Lockout/Tagout Procedures: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Maximum Current Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Where to Install the Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Clearance Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Rack Dimensions and Weights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Installation Environment Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Wire Requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Wire Routing and Specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Control Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Data Types and Topologies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
DMX (Digital Multiplex) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Auxiliary 24 Vdc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Install Rack Enclosures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Install the Rack Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Rough-in Conduit and Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Remove Option Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Rough-in Line and Control Conduit and Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Terminate Wiring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Connect Line Power Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Connect Control Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Connect ERn Right I/O Data Terminations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Terminate DMX Control Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
DMX Input Termination: Screw Terminals Connector. . . . . . .18
DMX Input/Output Termination: Insulation Displacement Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Terminate LinkConnect Control Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Terminate Auxiliary Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
DMX Termination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Connect ERn Left I/O Data Terminations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Connect to Serial RS-232 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
Connect to Ethernet RJ-45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Connect to Contact Inputs and Contact Outputs . . . . . . . . .22
Terminate Contact Inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
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Terminate Contact Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Final Installation and Power Up . . . . . . . . . 23
Completing the Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Check Main Power Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Check Line Voltages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Final Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Install Rack Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Rack Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Install the RideThru Option (URTO) Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Connect RideThru Option Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Install the BatteryPack Option (UBPO) Kit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Install a Paradigm Repeater or Dual Repeater Module . . . . . . .31
Terminate LinkConnect Control Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Terminate Auxiliary Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Status Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Install Redundant Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Status Indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Install the Ethernet Switch Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Connect CAT5e Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
Status Indicators. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
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Unison® ERn Wall Mount Enclosure Installation Manual
Introduction
Welcome to the installation manual for the Unison® ERn Enclosure. This manual contains
the procedures for safe and efficient installation of wall-mount ERn series control
enclosures, including wire termination and option kit installation.
ERn series enclosures provide Unison architectural control to distributed Unison, Sensor+,
or other DMX512 systems. Used stand alone or in multi-processor network systems, the
Wall Mount ERn series offers elegant low-profile surface mounting, modular back-lit control
electronics, and the ultimate in architectural lighting control versatility.
The ERn enclosure is available in two sizes, ERn2 (single processor) and ERn4 (dual
processor), The ERn is available in three single phase voltage options, 100-120, 230 CE,
and 240 VAC to meet your installation requirements.
Wall Mount
ERn External Processing Rack
Model
Voltage / Frequency
Notes
ERn2-W-120
ERn2-W-230CE
85-120 VAC, 47-63 Hz (single phase)
180-265 VAC, 47-63Hz (single phase)
ERn2-W-240
180-265 VAC, 47-63 Hz (single phase)
ERn4-W-120
ERn4-W-230CE
85-120 VAC, 47-63 Hz (single phase)
180-265 VAC, 47-63Hz (single phase)
ERn4-W-240
180-265 VAC, 47-63 Hz (single phase)
External processing rack configured for wall
mounting. Use with one Paradigm
Architectural Control Processor (ACP) and
one option module.
External processing rack configured for wall
mounting. Use with up to two Paradigm
Architectural Control Processors (ACP) and
up to two option modules.
The ERn2 enclosure supports a single Paradigm Architectural Control Processor (P-ACP)
and one Paradigm Station Power Module (P-SPM) or a blank module (ERn-BM). The
accessory tray in the bottom of the enclosure can be used for an additional accessory
option including a 5-port Ethernet Switch (ERn-NET) or a Redundant Rack Power Supply
(ERn-RPS).
The ERn4 enclosure supports up to two Paradigm Architectural Control Processors (PACP) and two Paradigm Station Power Modules (P-SPM) or a Paradigm Repeater Module
(P-REP). Alternatively, the top two slots in the enclosure may be used for a Paradigm Dual
Repeater Module (P-DREP). The accessory tray in the bottom of the enclosure can be used
for an additional accessory option including a 5-port Ethernet Switch (ERn-NET) or a
Redundant Rack Power Supply (ERn-RPS).
Introduction
1
ERn Modules and Options
P-ACP
URTO
P-SPM
UBPO
P-REP
ERn-RPS
ERn-NET
P-DREP
ERn-BM
Model
Part
Number
P-ACP
7180A1001
P-SPM
7182A1001
P-REP
7182A1003
P-DREP
7182A1004
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Description
Notes
Paradigm Architectural The Paradigm ACP provides powerful and flexible control for
Control Processor
architectural and theatrical applications with integrated
networking for both NetConnect and LinkConnect networks.
• Supports up to 1024 control channels using industry standard
protocols.
• User interface remains accessible with the enclosure door
closed.
• Supports up to 62 Unison control stations over the
LinkConnect network with the use of Paradigm Station Power
and Repeater Modules.
• Supports up to 12 Paradigm Touchscreen Stations using
LinkConnect or NetConnect protocols.
• Provides two ports of one DMX universe each (512 addresses
each), individually switchable between input and output.
Paradigm Station
The Paradigm Station Power Module (P-SPM) provides power for
Power Module
Unison control stations over the LinkConnect network and
supports the station data bus length up to 1,640 feet (500m).
• Supports up to 32 Unison control stations over LinkConnect.
Paradigm Station
The Paradigm Station Repeater (P-REP) module extends the
Repeater Module
system station bus length by 1,640 feet (500m) and increases the
possible station count by an additional 30 stations. For use only in
an ERn4 enclosure.
• For use in an ERn4 enclosure only.
• Supports up to 30 additional Unison control stations over
LinkConnect.
Paradigm Dual Station The Paradigm Dual Station Repeater (P-DREP) module extends
Repeater Module
the system station bus length by 3,280 feet (1,000m) through two
separate topology-free segments, each supporting 1,640 feet
(500m).
• The dual repeater supports up to 30 additional Unison control
stations.
• For use in an ERn4 enclosure only.
Unison® ERn Wall Mount Enclosure Installation Manual
Part
Number
Model
ERn-NET 7180A1400
UBPO
7180A1411
URTO
7180A1410
ERn-BM
7180A1402
ERn-RPS 7180A1401
Introduction
Description
Notes
ERn Ethernet Switch
Module
The ERn Ethernet Switch (ERn-NET) provides four ports of
802.3af compliant Power over Ethernet (PoE) and one port for the
Paradigm Architectural Control Processor.
• Not compatible with a rack mounted ERn enclosures.
• Not compatible with an ERn4 230 VAC enclosures.
Unison Battery Pack
The BatteryPack Option (UBPO) provides back-up power during
Option Kit
power outages for the Paradigm Architectural Control Processor
for up to 90 minutes for an ERn enclosure with one P-ACP or up
to 45 minutes for an ERn4 with two P-ACPs installed.
• Not compatible with rack mounted ERn enclosures.
Unison Ride Thru
The Unison Ride Through Option (URTO) kit provides power for
Option Kit
one Paradigm Architectural Control Processor in the host
enclosure for a limited time (minimum of 12 seconds) during brief
power outages or drop outs.
• If installed in an ERn4 enclosure, one URTO is required per
installed Paradigm ACP.
Airflow Option Module Required for any empty module space in the ERn enclosure.
• Installs into the accessory option module slot of an ERn
enclosure.
ERn Redundant Power The ERn Redundant Power Supply (ERn-RPS) provides an
Supply
additional rack power Supply that powers the ERn enclosure if the
primary rack power supply is removed or fails.
• Tool-free installation into the accessory option slot of an ERn
enclosure.
• Not supported in ERn4 230 VAC enclosures. The ERn4
230 VAC enclosure requires two rack power supplies as
standard.
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Warnings and Notice Conventions
These symbols are used throughout this installation manual to alert you to danger or
important information:
Note:
Notes are helpful hints and information that is supplemental to the main text.
CAUTION:
A Caution statement indicates situations where there may be undefined or
unwanted consequences of an action, potential for data loss or an equipment
problem.
WARNING:
A Warning statement indicates situations where damage may occur, people
may be harmed, or there are serious or dangerous consequences of an
action.
WARNING:
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK! This warning statement indicates situations
where there is a risk of death by electric shock.
Contacting ETC
For questions about Unison rack system delivery, contact ETC Systems Group. For general
information, your most convenient resources are the references provided in this manual. To
search more widely try the ETC web site at www.etcconnect.com.
For technical questions about Unison rack systems, contact ETC Technical Services
directly at one of the offices listed below. Emergency service is available from all ETC
offices outside of normal business hours. When calling for assistance, please have the
following information handy:
• Your location and job name.
• A complete list of ETC equipment.
• A complete list of other installed products and components connected to the system
you are troubleshooting.
• DMX control source, if any.
Americas
United Kingdom
ETC International
Technical Services Department
3031 Pleasant View Road
Middleton, WI 53562
800-775-4382 (USA, toll-free)
+1-608 831-4116
service@etcconnect.com
Electronic Theatre Controls, Ltd.
Technical Services Department
26 - 28 Victoria Industrial Estate
Victoria Road,
London W3 6UU, UK
+44 (0)20 8896 1000
service@etceurope.com
Asia
Ger many
ETC Asia, Ltd.
Technical Services Department
Room 1801, 18/F, Tower 1, Phase 1
Enterprise Square
9 Sheung Yuet Road
Kowloon Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong
+852 2799 1220
service@etcasia.com
Electronic Theatre Controls, GmbH
Technical Services Department
Ohmstrasse 3
93607, Holzkirchen, Germany
+49 (80 24) 47 00-0
techserv-hoki@etcconnect.com
Please email comments about this manual to: TechComm@etcconnect.com
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Unison® ERn Wall Mount Enclosure Installation Manual
Chapter 1
Prepare for Installation
This chapter contains the following sections:
1
•
Preparations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
•
Where to Install the Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
•
Wire Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Prepare for Installation
5
Preparati ons
Unpack and Inspect
Before you begin installation, check your shipment and confirm it arrived complete and
undamaged.
Step 1:
Check the shipping container for physical damage.
Step 2:
If you find damage, document it to help with a claim against your shipper.
Step 3:
Unpack your order and check the contents against the packing list to be sure
your order is complete.
Step 4:
If you discover a problem, call ETC Systems Group at (608) 831-4116.
Main Circuit Breaker Protection
Before you begin installing the Unison® external processing rack enclosure, make sure you
have installed a main circuit breaker cabinet or other readily accessible input power
disconnect device in the same, room or in close proximity to the installed ERn enclosure.
WARNING:
Rack enclosures installed without an accessible power disconnect device
cannot be serviced or operated safely. Follow all local codes and
restrictions.
When the disconnect device is not located near the installed rack enclosure,
the disconnect must allow for proper lockout and tagout.
Lockout / Tagout
Note:
While ETC does not intend to qualify your facility Lockout/Tagout procedures, we
have provided a generic guide below for your reference as needed.
Equipment should have power disconnected and be locked out while being repaired.
Accidents which occur because equipment that is being repaired and not locked out can
result in serious injuries like amputations, fractures, and even death. Locking out and
tagging power at its source is important while repairing or adjusting equipment because it
ensures that power does not reach the equipment being serviced.
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•
To lockout means to place a lock on a device that prevents the release of energy.
Locking out is intended to prevent the unexpected startup or energizing of machinery
and equipment during service and maintenance operations.
•
To tagout means to place a tag on a switch or other shut off device which warns others
not to start the piece of equipment. Tagout should only be used with lockout, unless
locking out the equipment is impossible.
Unison® ERn Wall Mount Enclosure Installation Manual
General Lockout/Tagout Procedures:
•
Notify all affected employees that a lockout/tagout procedure is ready to begin.
•
Turn off the equipment at the control panel.
•
Turn off or pull the main disconnect. Be sure all stored energy is released or restrained.
•
Check all locks and tags for defects.
•
Attach your safety lock or tag on the energy isolating device.
•
Try to restart the equipment at the control panel to ensure that it is secured.
•
Check the machine for possible residual pressures, particularly for hydraulic systems.
•
Complete the repair or servicing work.
•
Remove the safety lock and adapter.
•
Let others know that the equipment is back in service.
Maximum Current Input
The ERn enclosure draws a maximum current of 3 amps when fully populated. the
maximum allowable protection device rating is:
1
•
20A at 120 VAC
•
15A at 230/240 VAC
Prepare for Installation
7
Where to Install the Enclosure
The Unison External Processing Enclosure (ERn) can be wall (surface) mounted or rack
mounted depending on the rack mounting type ordered. For rack mounted installation
instructions reference the “ERn Rack Mount Enclosure Installation Manual”.
Surface mount the ERn enclosure on a load bearing wall, in an electrical closet or a room
with restricted public access. It is recommended that you install the rack at least 36”
(914.4mm) off the floor surface to ensure clear view of the Paradigm Architectural Control
Processor (P-ACP) for programming and general operation.
Clearance Requirements
Surface mount the ERn enclosure with:
152 mm
(6”)
•
a minimum of 15.5” (394mm) front
clearance for proper door operation.
•
a minimum of 6” (152mm) clearance
from the left and right sides from walls
or other equipment to allow proper
convection airflow in the enclosure.
394 mm
(15.5”)
914.4 mm
(36”)
Rack Dimensions and Weights
Rack Type
Height
Width
Depth
Product
Weight
Shipping
Weight
inches
mm
inches
mm
inches
mm
lbs
kgs
lbs
kgs
ERn2 - W
8.8
223
15.5
394
9.6
244
15
6.8
20
9.1
ERn4 - W
14.1
358
15.5
394
9.6
244
20
9.1
25
11.3
Installation Environment Requirements
•
For your safety, you should install a circuit breaker cabinet or other readily accessible
input power disconnect device in the same area as the Unison External Processing
Enclosure. Breakers not in the same room must have a physical means to be locked off.
•
A clean (not dusty), temperature controlled environment with the following conditions:
CAUTION:
8
•
ambient temperature of 32-104°F / 0-40°C
•
ambient humidity of 10-90%, non-condensing
HVAC systems must at all times maintain the specified ambient temperature at the
Unison ERn enclosure.
•
Restricted public access to prevent tampering is recommended.
•
All CE equipment is tested to EMC category B environment.
Unison® ERn Wall Mount Enclosure Installation Manual
Wire Requirements
Wire Routing and Specification
Unison ERn enclosures have conduit knockouts on the top and bottom for incoming power
and control wiring. Alternatively, conduit knockouts are located on both sides of the rack for
control signal wiring as needed. Signal and power wiring must be run in separate conduit
in accordance with local codes.
Control and power must be run in separate conduit.
Wire Access
Location
Top of rack
Bottom of rack
Left side
Right side
Wire Size
Single Phase, 20A
Control Wires
2 - wire + gnd
preferred
acceptable
preferred
acceptable
acceptable
acceptable
acceptable
acceptable
Control Specifications
The riser below is typical of a system utilizing the ERn enclosure with the Paradigm
Architectural Control Processor (P-ACP). Paradigm systems provide up to two DMX inputs
for control of more advanced systems. A Paradigm system also utilizes Net3 networking for
system wide control.
L IG HT I NG
C O N T RO L
SY S T EM
L IG HT I NG
C O N T RO L
Unison
SY S T EM
Preset 1
Preset 2
Preset 2
Sequence
LinkPower
Preset 4
Preset 9
Preset 5
Preset 10
Preset 4
Preset 5
Unison Heritage
Stations
Preset 1
Sequence
Preset 5
power
feed
Preset 8
Preset 3
Macro Record
Preset 4
Preset 9
Preset 5
Preset 10
Preset 4
Preset 5
Unison Paradigm
Touchscreen LCD
LinkPower
power
feed
Preset 7
Preset 2
Preset 3
Preset 4
Preset 6
Preset 1
Preset 2
Preset 2
Preset 3
Unison ERn4
processing rack
Preset 8
Preset 3
Macro Record
Preset 1
Unison DRd12
rack enclosure
Preset 7
Preset 2
Preset 3
Preset 3
Preset 5
SENSOR+
SR48+
dimmer rack
Preset 6
Preset 1
Preset 1
Preset 4
SENSOR+
SR48+
dimmer rack
Aux Power 24 Vdc
DMX input
to ERn rack
ETC Console
(for optional stage lighting)
power
feed
1
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power
feed
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The following table lists the recommended control wire types used in a typical Unison
installation and the maximum wire runs allowed.
Ethernet
Stations
DMX (Belden
(Cat5 /Belden
(Belden 8471)
9729)
1583a)
Purpose
Total length of control wire
(without repeater module)
Maximum wire length
(device to device)
Maximum repeater distance
Feet
Meter
Feet
Meter
Feet
Meter
1640
500
1600
487
328
100
1313
400
1600
487
N/A
N/A
1640
500
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Data Types and Topologies
LinkConnect
LinkConnect is the station communication bus from the Architectural Control Processor to
the stations. LinkConnect is based on Echelon® LonWorks™ with LinkPower bidirectional
protocol, and uses one pair of wires (data +, data -). An additional 14 AWG (2.5mm2) wire
for grounding is required when not installed in grounded metal conduit.
ETC uses two types of LinkConnect networks, for SmartLink and Paradigm systems. While
the wiring for LinkConnect in SmartLink and Paradigm systems are the same, the two
communication and control types are not interchangeable. SmartLink products are
compatible only with the SmartLink ACP, SmartLink Station Power Module, and SmartLink
Architectural Control Stations. Paradigm products are compatible only with the Paradigm
ACP, Paradigm Station Power Modules, Unison Heritage Control Stations, and Paradigm
Touchscreens.
LinkConnect is topology-free and polarity independent, you can install your LinkPower data
runs in any desired combination of bus, loop, star, and home run. ETC recommends the
use of Belden 8471 (or approved equal) wire. The total combined length of a LinkPower
wire run cannot exceed 1,640 feet (500m) with a maximum distance of 1,312 feet (400m)
between any two devices.
Note:
Repeater modules may be used to extend the Unison LinkPower station data bus
an additional 1,640 feet (500m) total wire, with a maximum distance of 1,313 feet
(400m) between the repeater and any station or Station Power Module.
DMX (Digital Multiplex)
DMX can address up to 512 channels of control. DMX is installed in a daisy chain topology
and includes one pair of wires (data+ and data-) plus ground. ETC recommends the use of
Belden 9729 (or approved equal) wire with a single end of line termination (90-150 For
best DMX performance, twist the wires together as close to the pluggable connector as
possible. DMX devices manufactured by ETC are compliant with the USITT DMX512A
standard.
Auxiliary 24 Vdc
Auxiliary power is required when you are installing powered Unison control stations. ETC
recommends using two 16 AWG (1.5mm2) stranded wires for 24 Vdc auxiliary power to the
control station(s). Auxiliary power is topology-free. Maximum auxiliary voltage runs are
dependant by the wire gauge and the distribution of auxiliary load determined by
installation. The auxiliary supply is capable is of 36W (1.5A at 24Vdc).
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Unison® ERn Wall Mount Enclosure Installation Manual
Chapter 2
Install Rack Enclosures
This chapter contains instructions for installation of the ERn enclosure and rough-in of
conduit and wiring.
The introduction contains the following sections:
2
•
Install the Rack Enclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
•
Rough-in Conduit and Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
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Install the Rack Enclosure
The wall must be strong enough to hold the rack fully populated with modules, conduit and
wire. The maximum weight of an ERn enclosure is approximately 45 lbs (20.4 kg).
Step 1:
Determine where your rack will be installed using the weight and dimension
requirements detailed in “Where to Install the Enclosure,” page 8.
Step 2:
Use the measured slot dimensions located in the graphic below to mark the hole
locations for the mounting hardware.
ERn enclosure rear panel
ERn2 - 6.8” / 172.7mm
ERn4 - 12” / 304.8mm
ERn2 - 8.9” / 226mm
ERn4 - 14.2” / 360.7mm
15.5”
393.7mm
3.4”
86.4mm
5.5”
139.7mm
Step 3:
4.5”
114.3mm
5.5”
139.7mm
Drill the holes and install the mounting hardware for each rack.
• Four 3/8” (8-10mm) bolts or screws 2-4” (50-100mm) long, and suitable
wall plugs are suggested mounting hardware (lag bolts recommended).
• All hardware must support the weight of the rack unit fully populated with
modules.
• Expose at least 1” (25mm) of threads for mounting the rack.
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Step 4:
Attach the rack enclosure to the mounting hardware using the mounting
keyholes.
Step 5:
Check that the rack is level and plumb then tighten the mounting hardware for a
secure installation.
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Rough-in Conduit and Wiri ng
WARNING:
All rack terminations must be done with the power off. Racks installed
without an accessible power disconnect device cannot be serviced or
operated safely. Follow all local codes and restrictions.
When the disconnect device is not located near the installed rack enclosure,
the disconnect should allow for proper lockout / tagout. See “Lockout /
Tagout” on page 6.
R e m ov e O p t i o n M o d u l e s
Prior to installing conduit and pulling wires into the ERn enclosure, remove the rack power
Supply (top of enclosure) and blank option module (bottom of enclosure) from the ERn
enclosure to provide a clear access to the conduit access openings and connections.
Note:
For 230 VAC CE enclosures, before removing any modules, loosen the hardware
and slide the module retention bar to the left.
Rack power supply (ERn-PS)
The blank option module installed
at shipment can be replaced with
either the Ethernet Switch Module
(ERn-NET) or the Redundant
Power Supply (ERn-RPS).
Note:
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An ERn4 at 230 VAC does not support the Redundant Rack Power Supply (ERnRPS) nor the Ethernet Switch Option Module (ERn-NET). Instead an ERn4 at 230
VAC is shipped from the factory with a Rack Power Supply installed in the top
(normal) position and in the lower option module slot.
Step 1:
Loosen the two captured thumbscrews that secure the Rack Power Supply to the
ERn enclosure.
Step 2:
Pull the power supply straight out of the rack.
Step 3:
Repeat for the blank option module, Ethernet Switch or secondary power supply.
Step 4:
Place these modules in a safe place until the conduit rough-in and wiring
terminations are complete.
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Rough-in Line and Control Conduit and Wiring
The ERn enclosure requires line power and control wire terminations. For installation
convenience all terminations are accessible from the front of the rack. A single phase line
power and all required control wires may be pulled through any of the conduit knockouts
provided, or other labeled locations.
Note:
Control (signal) wiring and power wiring must be run in separate conduit in
accordance with local code.
Step 1:
Plan wire entry to the rack. See “Wire Routing and Specification” on page 9.
Step 2:
Remove the required conduit knockouts from the rack or punch new conduit
holes. Pay special attention to the rack design so that you do not punch conduit
access in a place that will prevent components from being installed.
Step 3:
Install conduit fittings or insert lining materials in the new opening.
CAUTION:
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Wire openings must have fittings, bushings, grommets or fish paper lining material
to protect wire and cable insulation from damage by sharp metal edges.
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Chapter 3
Terminate Wiring
This chapter contains the following sections:
3
•
Connect Line Power Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
•
Connect Control Wiring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Terminate Wiring
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Connect Li ne Power Wiri ng
WARNING:
All rack terminations must be done with the power off. Racks installed
without an accessible power disconnect device cannot be serviced or
operated safely.
ERn enclosures are available in 100-120, 230 CE, and 240 VAC single phase
configurations. The ERn enclosure requires a single phase, 20 amp (maximum) at 120 VAC
input feed or a 15 amp (maximum) at 230 and 240 VAC. The two-wire hot and neutral
terminates to the power input terminal block (top left) and a ground wire terminates to the
ground bar.
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Step 1:
Pull the line, neutral, and ground cables to the enclosure through the conduit
openings previously prepared.
Step 2:
Insert the ground wire into a screw terminal on the ground terminal block and
secure.
Step 3:
Insert the neutral wire into the neutral screw terminal on the power input terminal
block and secure.
Step 4:
Insert the line (input feed) into the line screw terminal on the power input terminal
block and secure.
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Connect Control Wiring
Note:
All low voltage control cables must be run in separate conduit from power wires in
accordance with local codes.
Low voltage data connects to pluggable connectors on the left and right input/output boards
of the ERn enclosure. The ERn2 includes only one each left and right I/O board while the
ERn4 includes two of each.
Right I/O boards
Wire tie down locations
are provided on the rear
panel.
Left I/O board(s)
WARNING:
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RISK OF DEATH BY ELECTRIC SHOCK! Failure to disconnect all power to
the rack before working in the enclosure could result in serious injury or
even death.
•
The left I/O provides termination for contact inputs and outputs, RS-232 serial, and
Ethernet control.
•
The right I/O provides termination for LinkPower, auxiliary power, DMX in, DMX Out,
DMX through, and all enclosure option kits. The right I/O also provides termination for
option modules installed on the bottom module slot of the rack enclosure for enhanced
control and operation.
Terminate Wiring
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C o n n e c t E R n R i g h t I / O D a t a T e r m i n a t i on s
24Vdc In
24V In
Auxiliary Power - 24Vdc
- + - + - + - + - +
Aux Power
BABABA
LinkPower control
BABABA
DMX A
Input/Output
LON
ERn-RPS In
Ride Thru / Batt
RPS In
DMX A
DMX Pass-Thru
ru/Ba
Ride Th
DMX Pa
ss-Thr
u
DMX B
Input/Output
tt
CDI
DMXA
LON
DMXB
DMX
Note:
B
The 24 Vdc connection is the power Supply (ERn-PS) connection and is
connected for you at the factory. The ERn-RPS and Ride Thru / Batt terminations
are detailed in “Rack Options” on page 27.
T e r m i n a te D M X C o n t r o l W i r i n g
DMX wire preparation and termination will vary with the type of wire and termination kit
being utilized. Please refer to the instructions supplied with the DMX termination kit for
specifics on the wire preparation.
DMX Input Termination: Screw Terminals Connector
COM
Data - (Black)
n/c
n/c
n/c
n/c
n/c
Data + (Red)
From source
DMX A
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
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If daisy-chaining to
another rack or
DMX device...
This graphic illustrates DMX termination layout for the
screw-terminal connectors that are intended for use
with Belden 9729 cable (or approved equal) cable type.
Screw terminal connectors are supplied as standard in
the DMX Preparation Kit w/ Screw Connector, part
number 4100A1012.
Be aware that cable other than Belden 9729 may have
a different color code for its wire pairs.
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DMX Input/Output Termination: Insulation Displacement Connectors
The graphic below illustrates DMX termination layout for an insulation displacement
connector (IDC). This connector type is intended for use with belden 1583A (or approved
equal, such as Category 5, 5E, or 6) cable type.
The insulation displacement connector kit (IDC) may be requested from the factory but is
not supplied as standard. Request the IDC Pluggable Connector Termination kit, part
number 4100A1013. Be aware that cable other than Belden 1583A may have different color
code for its wire pairs.
ORG
W/BRN
Data -
COM
GRN
BRN
Data + W/ORG
W/GRN
BLU
COM
From source
DMX A
W/BLU
ORG
W/BRN
Data -
GRN
BRN
Data + W/ORG
W/GRN
BLU
W/BLU
W/BRN
ORG
Data -
ORG
COM W/BRN
Data + W/ORG
Data -
n/c
n/c
Data + W/ORG
COM
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Use this DMX Pass-Thru
connector when
daisy-chaining to
another rack or
DMX device...
From source
DMX B
DMX A
Thru
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
DMX B
Thru
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
T e r m i n a te L i n k C o n n e c t C o n t r o l W i r i n g
Note:
All low voltage control cables must run in separate conduit from power wires in
accordance with local codes.
Unison control stations communicate with the Paradigm Architectural Control Processor
using the Echelon® LinkPower network (LinkConnect). Termination is available for up to
twelve home runs of LinkPower data runs utilizing Belden 8471 cable (or its equivalent) plus
one 14 AWG (2.5mm2) ESD drain wire when the data cable is not installed in grounded
metal conduit.
LinkPower wiring is topology-free and polarity independent utilizing a LinkPower network.
Wiring may be bus, star, loop, home run or any combination of these. Total combined length
of LinkPower data runs cannot exceed 1,640 feet (500m), with a maximum distance of
1,313 feet (400m) between any two communicating devices. Without a repeater, no device
may be more than 1,313 feet (400m) away from the Architectural Control Processor.
Standard interoperability requires that there should be a maximum of only one station
repeater between any two LinkConnect devices. This means that only one repeater
module, whether a Paradigm Repeater module (P-REP) or a Paradigm Dual Repeater
Module (P-DREP), may be used per Paradigm Architectural Control Processor (P-ACP).
B
Note:
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
B
A
It is required that you terminate LinkPower station wiring and the auxiliary power
wiring to the ERn enclosure I/O board that will host the Paradigm Station Power
Module (P-SPM).
Step 1:
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A
Terminate Wiring
Pull Belden 8471 (or an equal type) control wiring into the ERn enclosure through
the conduit opening previously prepared.
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Step 2:
Strip 3/16” (5mm) if insulation from the ends of each wire pair.
Step 3:
Remove the LinkPower connector (labeled LON) from the right I/O board.
Step 4:
Loosen the terminal screws for as many wire pairs you are terminating.
Step 5:
Insert each white wire from the pairs into an “A” terminal on the connector and
tighten the screw firmly to secure the wire into the connector.
Step 6:
Insert each black wire from the pairs into an “B” terminal on the connector and
tighten the screw firmly to secure the wire into the connector.
Step 7:
The 14 AWG (2.5mm2) ground wire can terminate to the ground bus located
inside the ERn enclosure.
• If grounded metal conduit is installed a ground wire may not be required for
termination. Reference the related station installation manual for details.
Step 8:
Replace the connector to the right I/O board.
T e r m i n a te A u x i l i a r y P o w e r
The auxiliary power connector (labeled Aux Power) provides termination for up to 20 wires
in the ten position pluggable connector. Each terminal allows up to two 16 AWG(1.5mm2)
wire and provides 24 Vdc power to Unison control stations when used with the Paradigm
ACP.
-
Note:
20
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
It is required that you terminate LinkPower station wiring and the auxiliary power
wiring to the ERn enclosure I/O board that will host the Paradigm Station Power
Module (P-SPM).
Step 1:
Pull auxiliary control power wiring (typically 16 AWG (1.5mm2) red / black wire
pair) into the ERn enclosure through the conduit opening previously prepared.
Step 2:
Strip 3/16” (5mm) of insulation from the ends of each wire pair.
Step 3:
Remove the auxiliary power connector from the right I/O board.
Step 4:
Loosen the terminal screws for as many auxiliary wire pairs as you are
terminating.
Step 5:
Insert the black auxiliary power wire from the pair into a “-” terminal on the
connector and tighten the screw to secure the wire into the connector.
Step 6:
Insert the red auxiliary power wire from the pair into a “+” terminal on the
connectors and tighten the screw to secure the wire into the connector.
Step 7:
Repeat steps 5 and 6 for all auxiliary power wires in the rack.
Step 8:
Replace the connector on the right I/O board.
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DMX T e rmination
DMX requires 120 termination at the last DMX device in the control run. Since an ERn
enclosure with a Paradigm Architectural Control Processor installed can utilize up to two
DMX inputs (2 DMX runs) the right I/O board provides termination switches.
Notice the two termination switches labeled DMXA and DMXB.
Each switch has three termination positions:
B+ B- Com A+ A- Com
CDI port
DMXA
Ride Thru
/Batt
LON
•
Source - reserved for RDM termination (future development).
•
Off - no termination, DMX will pass through this device on to the
next DMX device in the data run.
•
End - termination is on. Used if the ERn is the last DMX device
that is physically connected in the daisy chained DMX data run.
Full
DMXB
SRC Off End
Half
B+ B- Com
When used as a DMX output port, the termination switch should be
set to “OFF”.
Connect ERn Left I/O Data Terminations
Ethernet
RS-232
Ethernet
RS-232
No3
Com3
No2
Com2
No1
Com1
No0
Com0
Contact
Inputs
Contact
Outputs
Outputs
In3
In2
Gnd
Gnd
In1
Gnd
Gnd
In0
Inputs
The left IO board supports the Paradigm Architectural Control Processor data terminations
including:
•
RS-232 on a male 9 pin (D style) connector
•
Ethernet on a RJ45 female connector
•
Contact closure input terminations on a 8 pin pluggable connector.
•
•
Terminations available for 4 inputs and 4 common wires.
Contact closure output terminations on a 8 pin pluggable connector.
•
Terminations available for 4 normally open outputs and 4 common wires.
Connect to Serial RS-232
Integrators and users of advanced systems can interface with the Unison system through
the RS-232 connection on the left I/O board. This connection provides an interface with
external devices capable of sending or receiving RS-232. This connection can also receive
serial commands from a transmitter and provide rack and system status when queried.
Note:
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Terminate Wiring
The RS-232 cable (not supplied) should follow common RS-232 pinout for a DB9 receptacle (pin 2 is RS-232 Rx, pin 3 is RS-232 Tx, and pin 5 is ground).
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Connect to Ethernet RJ-45
Network interface to the ERn enclosure is made through the RJ-45 connector (labeled
Ethernet) located on the left I/O board. Use the included Network Termination Kit to
terminate the incoming building wire.
Note:
All Ethernet terminations must follow IEEE 802.3 and be terminated to the T568B
standard.
C o n n e c t t o C o n t a c t I n p u t s a n d C o n t a c t O u t p ut s
The left I/O provides interface with external devices via contact closure on removable
pluggable connectors. Up to four contact inputs are available and can be configured for
either maintained or momentary operation as set in the Paradigm Architectural Control
Processor. Up to four contact outputs are also available and are preset for normally open
operation. Reference the Paradigm Architectural Control Processor Configuration Manual
for details on configuration.
Note:
Typical contact I/O wiring is color coded as follows: contact 1 - brown, contact 2 orange, contact 3 - yellow, contact 4 - green. All commons and ground voltages
are typically black or red.
Terminate Contact Inputs
Step 1:
Remove the contact inputs removable screw terminal connector located on the
left I/O board. Each connector is labeled for installation convenience.
Step 2:
Strip 3/16” (5mm) of insulation from the ends of each wire pair.
Step 3:
Loosen the desired number of contact input screw terminals and related ground
screw terminals on the connector.
Step 4:
Insert contact closure 1 into the terminal labeled “IN1” on the connector and
tighten the screw terminal.
Step 5:
Insert the related ground wire for contact closure 1 into the terminal labeled
“GND” on the connector and tighten the screw terminal.
Step 6:
Repeat for each contact input and ground wire pair (up to four total).
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Step 1:
Remove the contact outputs removable screw terminal connector located on the
left I/O board. Each connector is labeled for installation convenience.
Step 2:
Strip 3/16” (5mm) of insulation from the ends of each wire pair.
Step 3:
Loosen the desired number of contact output (normal open) screw terminals and
related ground screw terminals on the connector.
Step 4:
Insert contact output 1 into the terminal labeled “N.O.1” on the connector and
tighten the screw terminal.
Step 5:
Insert the related common wire for contact output 1 into the terminal labeled
“COM1” on the connector and tighten the screw terminal.
Step 6:
Repeat for each contact output and common wire (up to four total).
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Chapter 4
Final Installation and Power Up
This chapter contains the following sections:
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Check Main Power Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
•
Check Line Voltages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
•
Final Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
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Completing the Installation
It’s a good idea to look over the entire installation before applying power to the enclosure.
WARNING:
Power must be turned OFF when you perform this procedure. ETC
recommends that your facility adopts a lockout / tagout procedure to protect
your maintenance personnel during maintenance procedures.
•
Clean out dust and debris from the enclosure interior.
•
Check for loose connections, bare wires, and damaged insulation. Repair any damage
that is discovered.
Check Main Power Wiring
Check resistance between line, neutral, and ground busses with a digital voltmeter (DVM).
•
Line to ground resistance should be 10M Ohm or higher.
•
Neutral to ground resistance should be 0 Ohm.
•
Line to neutral resistance should be 10M Ohm or higher.
•
Re-install the rack power supply into the top slot of the ERn enclosure.
ERn door removed from graphic for
clarity of rack power Supply
installation.
Check Line Voltages
Check the voltage on your input terminals using a digital volt meter (DVM) before installing
modules.
WARNING:
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Line voltages will be on the input terminals during this procedure. You must
be a qualified electrician familiar with the hazards of working with high
voltage electricity. Use extreme caution when performing this procedure.
•
HIGH LEAKAGE CURRENT
•
Ground connection is essential before connecting supply
•
Disconnect power before removing modules
•
Service by authorized persons only.
Step 1:
Close the ERn door.
Step 2:
Apply line power at the main circuit breaker for 90 seconds. Observe the
enclosure for evidence of shorting, like arcing sounds or a burning smell. If you
detect evidence of shorting, shut off power and fix the wiring.
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Step 3:
Step 4:
Open the ERn door and check voltage between phase, neutral, and ground. The
ERn supports input power ranging + / - 10% of the rated voltage.
•
100 VAC, (acceptable range 90-110 VAC)
•
120 VAC, (acceptable range 108-132 VAC)
•
230 VAC CE, (acceptable range 207-253 VAC)
•
240 VAC, (acceptable range 216-264 VAC)
Turn off power at the main circuit breaker.
Final Installation
Step 1:
Install the Paradigm Architectural Control Processor (P-ACP) in the appropriate
module slot.
Step 2:
Install the Paradigm Station Power Module (P-SPM) in the module slot above the
Paradigm Architectural Control Processor.
Step 3:
Install option modules if they are not installed. For an ERn4, you may install
either two blank modules, a Paradigm Dual Repeater Module (P-DREP) in the
top two module slots of the enclosure, or only a Paradigm Station Repeater
module (P-REP) in the top module slot with a blank module below.
Step 4:
Install either the ERn blank option module, the ERn ethernet switch Module
(ERn-NET), or the Redundant Power Supply (ERn-RPS) in the lower option
module slot.
a: If installing the ERn ethernet switch Module (ERn-NET) or the Redundant
Rack Power Supply (ERn-RPS) module in the option module slot, be certain
you have completed the installation requirements. See “Install Rack Options”
on page 26.
Note:
Neither the Redundant Power Supply (ERn-RPS) nor the Ethernet Switch module
(ERn-NET) are supported in an ERn4 enclosure at 230 VAC. Instead, an ERn4 at
230 VAC is shipped from the factory with a rack power supply installed in the top
(normal) position and in the lower option module slot as standard.
Step 5:
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Install blank module (ERn-BM) in any unused module slot in the enclosure to
maintain the required convection cooling requirements.
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Chapter 5
Install Rack Options
This chapter contains the following sections:
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Install the RideThru Option (URTO) Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
•
Install the BatteryPack Option (UBPO) Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
•
Install a Paradigm Repeater or Dual Repeater Module . . . .31
•
Install Redundant Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
•
Install the Ethernet Switch Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
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Rack Options
Unison ERn options include the RideThru Option (URTO) kit, BatteryPack Option kit
(UBPO), Ethernet Switch Module (ERn-NET), and the Redundant Rack Power Supply
(ERn-RPS).
Additionally you may use a Station Repeater Module in the ERn4 enclosure top module slot
instead of a secondary Paradigm Station Power Module. See “Install a Paradigm Repeater
or Dual Repeater Module” on page 31.
Install the RideThru Option (URTO) Kit
WARNING:
Risk of Electric Shock! The Unison RideThru Option board retains an
electrical charge even when power to the ERn enclosure is off.
Note:
A single ERn enclosure supports the use of either the Unison RideThru Option
(URTO) or the Unison BatteryPack Option (UBPO), but not both in the same
enclosure.
The RideThru Option kit (URTO) provides power to the Paradigm Architectural Control
Processor for a minimum of 12 seconds during brief power outages or power drop outs. The
Ride Through option board fully charges and is ready for operation within ten minutes of the
ERn enclosure being powered.
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Note:
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One Unison RideThru Option board powers one Paradigm ACP. therefore an
ERn4 enclosure with two Paradigm ACPs installed requires two RideThru Option
boards.
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Step 1:
Step 2:
Step 3:
Remove modules from the ERn enclosure for RideThru Option board installation
access.
•
For an ERn2, remove only the bottom option module from the rack
enclosure.
•
For an ERn4 with two Paradigm ACPs, remove the bottom option module
and the rack power Supply from the rack enclosure.
Align the RideThru Option board to the mounting studs in the right corner of the
ERn enclosure (see graphic on the previous page).
•
Notice the mounting holes on the option board. Two are open ended slots
used to set the board in place and the remaining two standard mounting
holes are used to secure the board in place.
•
Align the open ended slots to the studs located closest to the bottom of the
rack.
Secure the board to the top two mounting pems with the screws provided.
Connect RideThru Option Wiring
The Unison RideThru Option board is provided with a wiring harness for connection to the
ERn enclosure right I/O board.
Step 1:
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Step 1:
Connect one end of the wiring harness to the two pin receptacle on the option
board.
Step 2:
Connect the other end of the wiring harness to the two pin receptacle labeled
“RideThru / Batt” on the ERn enclosure right I/O board. When two RideThru
Option boards are installed (ERn4 only), the top RideThru Option wiring harness
terminates to the I/O board in the top and the bottom RideThru Option wiring
harness terminate to the I/O board in the bottom of the unit.
Step 3:
Secure the wiring harness to the ERn enclosure using the cable tie and cable tie
mount provided in with the RideThru Option board. A loose or poorly routed
wiring harness could interfere with option module installation in the lower option
module slot. In the top module slot the wiring harness could interfere with the
rack power supply (ERn-PS).
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Install the BatteryPack Option (UBPO) Kit
Note:
An ERn enclosure supports the use of either the Unison RideThru Option (URTO)
or the Unison BatteryPack Option (UBPO), but not both in the same enclosure.
The BatteryPack Option (UBPO) kit provides battery
power during power outages to the Paradigm
Architectural Control Processor for up to 90 minutes (ERn
with a single P-ACP) or up to 45 minutes (ERn4 with two
Paradigm ACPs). The self-contained battery installs on
the bottom of the ERn enclosure.
Note:
The BatteryPack Option kit is intended for use only in wall mount ERn enclosures
and is not compatible with rack mounted enclosures.
Step 1:
The BatteryPack Option board is provided with a wiring harness for connection
between the BatteryPack and the right I/O board. Install the Unison BatteryPack
Option cable harness and connector into the ERn enclosure.
ERn after UBPO cable and
connector installation
a: Insert the connector end through the opening in the
bottom of the ERn enclosure. The connector is designed
to snap into place without additional hardware, slight
force may be required to ensure the connector installs
properly.
b: Connect the two pin connector to the appropriate
receptacle labeled “Ride Thru / Batt” on the
ERn right I/O board. See “Connect ERn Right I/O Data
Terminations” on page 18.
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Step 2:
Install the Unison BatteryPack on to the bottom of the ERn enclosure as pictured
below.
a: Insert the tabs from the UBPO into the slots in the ERn enclosure.
Note:
As the BatteryPack is mated to the rack, the connector on the BatteryPack and the
connector receptacle installed in step 1a also mate.
b: Secure the UBPO to the ERn enclosure using the screw provided.
see note after 2a:
Step 2b:
Step 2a:
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Install a Paradigm Repeater or Dual Repeater Module
Both repeater module types may only be utilized in the top module slots of the ERn4 rack
enclosure.
The Paradigm Station Repeater (P-REP) module extends the system station bus length by
1,640 feet (500m) and adds support for up to 30 additional stations.
The Paradigm Dual Station Repeater (P-DREP) module extends the system station bus
length 3,280 feet (1,000m) through two separate topology-free Echelon segments (each
supporting 1,640 feet (500m) of additional LinkPower station wire each) and adds support
for up to 30 additional stations.
Paradigm Station Repeater module (P-REP)
Blank (Air flow) module (ERn-BM)
Paradigm Station Power Module (P-SPM)
Paradigm Architectural Control
Processor (P-ACP)
Paradigm Dual Station Repeater module (P-DREP
Paradigm Station Power Module (P-SPM)
Paradigm Architectural Control Processor (PACP)
The following table lists the recommended control wire types used in a typical Unison
installation and the maximum wire runs allowed.
Purpose
Total length of control wire
(without repeater module)
Maximum wire length (ERn
to station)
Maximum repeater distance
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Ethernet
Link Power DMX (Belden
(Cat5 /Belden
(Belden 8471)
9729)
1583a)
Feet
Meter
Feet
Meter
Feet
Meter
1640
500
1600
487
328
100
1313
400
1600
487
N/A
N/A
1640
500
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
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Note:
Wire tie down locations provided on rear panel.
Unison control stations communicate with the Paradigm Architectural Control Processor
using the Echelon LinkPower network (LinkConnect). LinkConnect is based on Echelon®
LonWorks® with LinkPower bidirectional protocol, and uses one pair of wires (data+ and
data-).
Termination is available for up to twelve home runs of LinkPower data runs utilizing Belden
8471 cable (or approved equal) plus one 14 AWG ESD drain wire when the data cable is
not installed in grounded metal conduit.
LinkPower wiring is topology-free and polarity independent. Wiring may be any combination
of bus, star, loop, and home run. The total combined length of LinkPower wire run cannot
exceed 1,640 feet (500m), with a maximum distance of 1,313 feet (400m) between any two
communicating devices. Without a repeater, no device may be more than 1,313 feet (400m)
away from the Architectural Control Processor.
Standard interoperability requires that there should be a maximum of only one station
repeater between any two LinkConnect devices. This means that only one Repeater
Module, whether a Paradigm Station Repeater Module (P-REP) or a Paradigm Dual Station
Repeater Module (P-DREP), may be used per Paradigm Architectural Control Processor
(P-ACP). Each individual topology-free LonWorks network can have no more than 62 LON
stations with a repeater, Station Power Module,and Paradigm Architectural Control
Processor.
Note:
All low voltage control cables must run in separate conduit from power wires.
Note:
When utilizing a Paradigm Station Repeater module (P-REP) or Paradigm dual
station repeater module (P-DREP), terminate the affected LON segment(s) and
associated auxiliary power wiring to the top right I/O board in the ERn4 enclosure.
Step 1:
Pull Belden 8471 (or approved equal) control wiring into the ERn4 enclosure
through the conduit opening previously prepared.
Step 2:
Strip 3/16” (5mm) of insulation from the ends of each wire pair.
Step 3:
Remove the LinkPower connector
(labeled LON) from the top right I/O
board.
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Notice the LinkPower connector
is labeled to indicate that the
connector is split between two
segments, allowing six station
B A B A B A B A B A B A
wire home runs per segment.
1
2
This is effective only when a
Paradigm Dual Station Repeater
module (P-DREP) is used. With the standard Paradigm Station Repeater
module (P-REP) you may connect up to twelve station home runs connect to
the single control segment.
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Step 4:
Loosen the terminal screws for as many wire pairs you are terminating. Keep in
mind that the connector is split into two segments when used with a Dual
Repeater Module. Be sure to terminate each wire pair to the correct segment.
Step 5:
Insert each white (typical) wire from the pairs into an “A” terminal on the
connector and tighten the screw firmly to secure the wire into the connector.
Step 6:
Insert each black (typical) wire from the pairs into an “B” terminal on the
connector and tighten the screw firmly to secure the wire into the connector.
Step 7:
The 14 AWG ground wire can terminate to the ground bus located inside the ERn
enclosure.
•
Step 8:
If grounded metal conduit is installed a ground wire may not be required for
termination. Reference the related station installation manual for details.
Replace the connector on the top right I/O board.
T e r m i n a te A u x i l i a r y P o w e r
Auxiliary power is required when you are installing powered Unison control stations. ETC
recommends using two 16 AWG (1.5mm2) stranded wires for 24 Vdc auxiliary power to the
control station(s). Auxiliary power is topology-free. Maximum auxiliary voltage runs are
dependant by the wire gauge and the distribution of auxiliary load determined by
installation. The auxiliary supply is capable is of powering up to four Paradigm Touchscreen
Stations and 28 interface stations.
The auxiliary power connector (labeled Aux Power) provides termination for up to 20 wires
in the ten position pluggable connector. Each terminal allows up to two 16 AWG(1.5mm2)
wire and provides 24 Vdc power to Unison control stations when used with the Paradigm
ACP.
Note:
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When utilizing a Paradigm Station Repeater Module (P-REP) or Paradigm Dual
Station Repeater Module (P-DREP) in an ERn4 rack, terminate the repeated LON
segment(s) and auxiliary power wiring to the top right I/O board.
Step 1:
Pull auxiliary control power wiring (typically 16 AWG (1.5mm2) red / black wire
pair) into the ERn enclosure through the conduit opening previously prepared.
Step 2:
Strip 3/16” (5mm) of insulation from the ends of each wire pair.
Step 3:
Remove the auxiliary power
connector from the right I/O board.
Step 4:
Loosen the terminal screws for as
many auxiliary wire pairs as you are
terminating.
Step 5:
Insert the black (typical) auxiliary
power wire from the pair into a “-”
terminal on the connector and
tighten the screw to secure the wire
into the connector.
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
-
+
Step 6:
Insert the red (typical) auxiliary power wire from the pair into a “+” terminal on the
connector and tighten the screw to secure the wire into the connector.
Step 7:
Repeat steps 5 and 6 for each auxiliary power wire in the enclosure.
Step 8:
Replace the connector on the right I/O board.
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Status Indicators
When power is applied to the ERn enclosure, the Paradigm Station Repeater Module LEDs
located on the front panel illuminate, indicating the status of the auxiliary power, LinkPower
control network, and connected stations.
The Aux Power and LinkPower LEDs indicate in green when the Paradigm Station Power
Module is connected properly and auxiliary power and LinkPower are present. When there
is an unbalance in LinkPower the fault indicators illuminate. This condition typically means
that the station wiring has a fault, however it could mean a connected device is having an
issue. A qualified technician should inspect the system wire and terminations first, then
proceed to disconnecting devices to pinpoint the fault and correct it. The power supply will
update the fault indicators automatically when the fault condition is cleared.
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•
If the NET A line has a fault (is shorted or has leakage to ground), the Fault + LED
lights.
•
If the NET B line has a fault (is shorted or has leakage to ground), the Fault - LED lights.
•
If neither fault LED is illuminated the data connections are properly installed and the
stations are receiving the data and power required for operation.
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I n s t a l l R e d u n d a nt P o w e r S u p p l y
The ERn Redundant Power Supply (ERn-RPS) is an additional rack power supply that
powers the ERn enclosure if the primary rack power supply is removed or fails.
Note:
The Redundant Power Supply (ERn-RPS) is not supported in an ERn4 rack
enclosure at 230 VAC. Instead, the ERn4 rack at 230 VAC requires two rack
power supplies installed in the top (normal) position and in the lower rack option
module slot as standard.
Install the Redundant Rack Power Supply in the bottom
option slot of the ERn enclosure and secure it in place
with the two captured screws.
Status Indicator
When the Redundant Power Supply is installed properly, and power is applied to the ERn
enclosure, the LED will indicate in green if the supply is powered. If the LED is off but the
primary rack supply status indicator is on, the Redundant Power Supply requires servicing.
Alternatively, if the primary rack supply status LED is off, but the Redundant Power Supply
is on, the primary rack supply requires service. Contact ETC Technical Services for
assistance. See “Contacting ETC” on page 4.
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Install the Ethernet Switch Module
The ERn Ethernet Switch Module installs in the bottom option module tray of the ERn
enclsoure, replacing the blank module that ships with the rack from the factory. The bottom
option slot is the only position for the Ethernet Switch Module.
Note:
The ERn Ethernet Switch module (ERn-NET) is not supported in an ERn4
enclosure at 230 VAC, nor is it compatible with a rack mounted ERn enclosure.
An ERn Ethernet Switch (ERn-NET) provides five ports of Power over Ethernet (PoE). The
kit includes , a Switch module patch panel, Ethernet Switch panel, and five patch cables.
Switch
module
patch panel
Ethernet Switch
panel
Note:
The ERn-NET option is intended for use only in wall mount ERn enclosures and
is not compatible with rack mounted enclosures.
The Ethernet patch panel includes four punch down terminal blocks that accept CAT5e
wire. Building wire enters the ERn enclosure and terminates to this patch panel. For each
Ethernet data run, an Ethernet patch cable is provided to connect between the Ethernet
patch panel and the Ethernet Switch panel.
Step 1:
Install the Ethernet patch panel to the mounting studs on the rear panel of the
ERn enclosure using the hardware provided.
Step 2:
Install the Ethernet Switch panel to the mounting studs on the bottom panel of
the ERn enclosure using the hardware provided. Be sure to install the panel with
the card edge receptacle facing the front of the ERn enclosure.
Step 1:
Step 2:
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C o n n e c t C A T 5 e W i r i ng
Note:
All Ethernet terminations must follow IEEE 802.3 and be terminated to the T568B
standard.
Step 1:
Pull your CAT5e building wire through the conduit access previously prepared.
Step 2:
The punch down connector provides insulation displacement therefore stripping
of wire is not required. Reference the connector label for the color code for Cat5e
wire using the 568B standard.
As needed, press here gently
with screwdriver to release
connector from panel.
Note:
Use a 110 punch down tool to complete the wire termination.
Step 3:
Install the protective covers over the wire terminals.
Step 4:
Install the punch down connector on the patch panel.
Step 5:
Connect Ethernet patch cables.
a: Connect a patch cable from the left I/O to the first RJ-45 input on the Ethernet
Switch panel.
b: Connect a patch cable from the punch down connector to an RJ-45 input on
the switch panel. Repeat for each building service connection (up to four).
Step 6:
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Install the Ethernet Switch Module into the enclosure and secure it in place using
the captured screws provided.
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Status Indicators
When power is applied to the ERn enclosure, the Paradigm Ethernet Switch Module LEDs, located
on the front panel, indicate main power, data, and PoE power status.
PoE
LINK/ACT
Power
1
2
3
4
5
• The power LED is blue and will illuminate when the Ethernet Switch is powered.
• The LINK/ACT and PoE power LEDs are typical of an Ethernet Switch.
• The Link/Act indicator is green and is on if there is a device connected to that port. A
blinking LED indicates data activity on the port.
• The PoE indicator is yellow and will be on if the Ethernet Switch is supplying power to
the device connected to that port. A blinking PoE LED indicates a powering error on
that port.
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Port one does not have a port power indicator as it does not supply power. Port
one is always connected to the Paradigm Architectural Control Processor which
is powered by the ERn enclosure power supply.
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