Clipsal C-Bus C-5000CT2 Spectrum Colour Touch Screen User Manual (2.0MB pdf).

Clipsal C-Bus C-5000CT2 Spectrum Colour Touch Screen User Manual (2.0MB pdf).
C-Touch Spectrum Colour Touchscreen
C-5000CT2 Series
User’s Guide
C-Bus C-Touch Spectrum Colour Touchscreen
User's Guide
Contents
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Description
1.1
Features
1.2
Definitions
Using the Touchscreen
2.1
Product Care
2.2
Pages
2.3
Remote Control
2.4
Scenes
2.5
Schedules
Specifications
Two-Year Warranty
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C-Bus and Clipsal are registered trademarks of Schneider Electric.
C-Touch and C-Touch Spectrum are trademarks of Schneider Electric
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The information in this manual is provided in good faith. Schneider Electric has
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Schneider Electric reserves the right to update the information at any time without
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December 2009
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Description
The C-Bus C-Touch Spectrum Colour Touchscreen is a flexible controller
and scheduler for C-Bus systems. It has infrared remote control capability
and a backlit LCD display. The unit is available in wall mounted or desktop
versions and connects to the C-Bus network, providing control and
scheduling of services throughout a home or commercial premises.
The touchscreen displays a series of touch-sensitive pages that are
associated with various lights or other electrical units on the C-Bus network.
You can use the unit to trigger ‘scenes’ where multiple devices switch on
together, setting a particular mood at the press of a button. You can also
control equipment, such as heating and air conditioning units, according to
a schedule.
The appearance of every C-Touch Spectrum touchscreen's setup is unique,
so your display may look different from the examples in this guide. Your
installer is responsible for the configuration and features of your unit. Refer
to them for details of your customised system.
1.1
Features
Depending on its configuration, you can use the C-Bus C-Touch Spectrum
Touchscreen to:
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switch and dim lights and other electrical appliances
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switch off lights and other devices using a timer
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automatically control lights and equipment via a schedule
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simultaneously control multiple devices from a single button (using
scenes)
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activate functions by remote control
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adjust the time and date. The touchscreen has a real-time clock.
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set access levels and passwords, you can set up the touchscreen to
restrict access to touchscreen functions.
For your convenience, the internal CPU automatically controls the contrast
and brightness of the LCD screen.
The CPU also controls the brightness of the white LED backlight. A
proximity sensor turns on the backlight as you approach. You can disable
this feature, if desired.
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The locations of the controls and indicators are shown in the following figure.
Figure 1. Controls and indicators
The screen has a typical viewing angle of 50° to the left and right, 70° up
and 40° down. The desktop touchscreen has a tilting front. Refer to Figures
2 and 3.
Figure 2. Wall Mounted touchscreen unit’s viewing angles
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Figure 3. Desktop unit's angle of tilt
1.2
Definitions
Term
Definition
load
An electrical device (such as a light) connected to a
C-Bus output unit (such as a dimmer).
scene
A series of actions across multiple outputs, triggered by a single
button press or other event. For example, on arrival home you
could use a scene to switch on lights in the hallway and
kitchen, dim lights in the lounge, and switch on a heater.
schedule
A sequence of events to occur at particular times or dates in
the future.
backlight
The light behind the LCD screen providing visibility in varying
lighting conditions.
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Using the Touchscreen
The C-Bus C-Touch Spectrum Colour Touchscreen provides sophisticated
control of an entire C-Bus system from one location. Using the appropriate
software, you can:
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Configure the screens for convenience of use.
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Control devices and scenes.
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By using C-Bus and the logic engine interface, you can use schedules
and timer control for lighting, HVAC, shutters and blinds telephony and
third-party devices
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Configure an audible alarm.
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change access to the touchscreen's functions.
2.1
Product Care
Be careful not to scratch or otherwise damage the plastic parts. Do not wipe
the LCD screen with anything other than a clean soft cloth. Keep the
following points in mind:
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The touchscreen is designed for indoor use only.
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Do not place the touchscreen where it will be exposed to:
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Dripping or splashing liquids
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Direct sunlight or a source of heat
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High humidity or condensation
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Do not restrict access to the unit.
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Provide a clear area in front of the touchscreen for reception of infrared
signals from a remote control.
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Do not place the desktop touchscreen opposite windows or other
sources of bright light, as the reflections make viewing difficult.
no wet
hands
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no cleaner
spray
no direct
sunshine
no
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C-Bus C-Touch Spectrum Colour Touchscreen
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Pages
The C-Bus C-Touch Spectrum Colour Touchscreen is configured with
software customised for a particular environment (such as your home or
office). The software typically presents a main page with buttons that link to
other pages.
Most pages contain buttons that control appliances such as lights, fans and
curtains. Some pages contain slider controls or radio buttons that adjust
lighting levels or select from a range of options.
Figure 4 shows an example C-Bus page used to control the lights and fans
in a kitchen. The page includes:
Figure 4. A page used to control kitchen lights and fans
Switch buttons allow you to toggle appliances on and off.
Sliders allow you to adjust (dim) specific lighting levels, by touching the
slider with your finger and dragging up or down
Scene buttons set devices to specific levels. For example, you could set up
a Cooking button to set the kitchen and bench lights to their highest levels
and switch the exhaust and range hood fans on.
Configuration Page
The touchscreen software includes a configuration page that allows you to
customise your unit. The configuration page may have a different name,
such as Settings, Tools, Utilities, Setup or System.
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Depending on your installation, the configuration page may allow you to:
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set or change the time and date
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temporarily ignore screen presses (Cleaning Mode)
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adjust the display contrast
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adjust the backlight
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set or change a password
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calibrate the screen (touch control synchronisation).
2.3
Remote Control
The C-Bus C-Touch Spectrum Colour Touchscreen can be used with an IR
remote control (such as the 5035TX2), allowing you to control appliances
from a distance. You can use the remote to navigate through touch screen
pages, trigger scenes, switch appliances and adjust lighting levels,
depending on how the touch screen was configured by the installer.
If you have multiple C-Touch units (colour or black & white), you can use the
same remote control with each of them. The 5035TX2 remote has a range
of approximately 10 metres from the IR receiver at 90° to the touchscreen,
or 6 metres at 35° degrees. This is illustrated in Figure 5.
Figure 5. Remote control reception pattern
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A universal remote control with learning capability (such as the Clipsal
5030URC) can be used to control infrared enabled C-Bus units. Please
follow the directions of your learning remote.
2.4
Scenes
One of the benefits of an automation system is the combining together of
events to create a special effect. An example of this is the commencement
of a movie at the cinema, where the house lights dim, the curtains open and
the movie begins to play. You can reproduce this effect by creating a scene
triggered by your touchscreen.
Almost anything on your C-Bus system can be included in a scene. Ask
your installer for information on how scenes can be used to set special
moods.
2.5
Schedules
A schedule is used to make something happen at a particular time. You can
ask your installer to include schedules that perform household chores on a
regular basis. For example, turning the lights on and off when you are away
from home to make the house look lived in. That way you can create the
impression that someone is home and moving from room to room at various
times. Another example is something often forgotten such as watering the
garden on a regular basis.
Note: C-Bus schedules are created by your installer, using special software.
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Specifications
Parameter
Description
Display type
4.7 inch (119 mm) CSTN LCD, 320 x 240 pixels,
65536 colours
Display luminance
120 cd/m2
Viewing angle
Left, right: 50°; up: 70°; down: 40°
The desktop unit has a 45 degree backward
angle of tilt from vertical
Backlight type
White LED with proximity sensor (the proximity
feature can be turned off)
Touch surface durability
1 million presses (typical)
C-Bus supply requirement
15 to 36 V DC @ 75 mA required for normal
operation. Does not provide current to the C-Bus
network.
C-Bus connection type
4-wire terminal block, Wall Mounted
RJ45, Desktop
AC Impedance
13 kΩ @1 kHz
Maximum number of
controlled loads
255 group addresses on each of 10 applications
Network clock
Software selectable
Network burden
Software selectable
Programming port
USB type B (front of unit, behind facia on wall
mount; on upper side of fascia on desktop)
Third party interface
RS-232 port (logic engine models only)
RS-232 connection type
3.5 mm stereo socket
Warm up time
< 10 seconds
Operating temperature
0 to 40 °C (32 to 104 °F)
Operating humidity
10 to 90% RH
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Two-Year Warranty
The C-Bus C-Touch Spectrum Colour Touchscreen carries a two-year warranty
against manufacturing defects.
Warranty Statement
The benefits conferred herein are in addition to, and in no way shall be deemed to
derogate; either expressly or by implication, any or all other rights and remedies in
respect the Schneider Electric product, that the consumer has under the
Commonwealth Trade Practices Act or any other similar State or Territory Laws.
The warrantor is Schneider Electric, with registered offices worldwide.
This Schneider Electric product is guaranteed against faulty workmanship and
materials for a period of two (2) years from the date of installation.
Schneider Electric reserves the right, at its discretion, to either repair free of parts
and labour charges, replace or offer refund in respect to any article found to be faulty
due to materials, parts or workmanship.
This warranty is expressly subject to the Schneider Electric product's having been
installed, wired, tested, operated and used in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions.
Schneider Electric shall meet all costs of a claim. However, should the product that is
the subject of the claim be found to be in good working order, the claimant shall
meet all such costs.
When making a claim, the consumer shall forward the Schneider Electric product to
the nearest office of Schneider Electric with adequate particulars of the defect within
28 days of the fault occurring. The product should be returned securely packed,
complete with details of the date and place of purchase, description of load, and
circumstances of malfunction.
For all warranty enquiries, contact your local Clipsal or Schneider Electric
sales representative. The address and contact number of your nearest office
can be found at http://www.clipsal.com/locations or by telephoning
Technical Support 1300 722 247 (CIS Technical Support Hotline).
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Technical Support
For further assistance in using this product, consult your nearest Clipsal
Integrated Systems (CIS) Sales Representative or Technical Support
Officer.
Technical Support Contact Numbers
Australia
1300 722 247 (CIS Technical Support Hotline)
New Zealand
0800 888 219 (CIS Technical Support Hotline)
Northern Asia
+852 2484 4157 (Clipsal Hong Kong)
South Africa
011 314 5200 (C-Bus Technical Support)
Southern Asia
+603 7665 3555 Ext. 236 or 242 (CIS Malaysia)
United Kingdom
0870 608 8 608 (Schneider Electric Support)
Technical Support email:
cis.support@clipsal.com.au
Clipsal Australia Pty Ltd
clipsal.com
A member of Schneider Electric
Contact us clipsal.com/feedback
National Customer Service Enquiries
Tel 1 300 2025 25
Fax 1 300 2025 56
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specifications, modify designs and discontinue
items without incurring obligation. Every effort is
made to ensure that descriptions, specifications
and other information in this document are
correct. No warranty is given in respect thereof
and the company shall not be liable for any error
therein.
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property of Schneider Electric, unless otherwise
noted.
© Schneider Electric.
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