datablad 140 1ab13

datablad 140 1ab13
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Technical Product Information
December 2008
Line/Backbone Coupler N 140/13
5WG1 140-1AB13
Used as a line coupler, it joins up the lines with the
main line to create a function zone; as a backbone
coupler, it joins up the function zones with the overriding backbone line. Both types of couplers link primary
lines and secondary lines as governed by their filtering
tables to only pass on group telegrams if their destination address is recorded in the filtering table.
Used as a repeater the N 140/13 enables the connection of more than 64 bus devices to one bus line. Up to
three repeaters can be connected to one bus line (as
shown in figure 1) thus enabling the connection of a
total of 252 bus devices (additionally to the three repeaters) to one bus line.
Product and Applications Description
Backbone line
Backbone
Main line
Line coupler
The line-/ backbone coupler N 140/13 provides a data
connection between two separate EIB bus lines and
also isolates the bus lines from each other in order to
enable the independent local operation of a bus line.
The N 140/13 can be used as line coupler, backbone
coupler or repeater as well in existing EIB networks as
in new KNX EIB networks. It has a filter table with the
help of which bus telegrams are either blocked off from
one of the two lines or are passed on to another line
thus reducing the bus load. The filter table is created by
the ETS (EIB Tool Software) automatically on commissioning the system.
As there are no differences in hardware between the
line coupler, the backbone coupler and the repeater
they were given the same ordering number. After downloading the physical address the function of the coupler
is assigned automatically. Depending on the function of
the coupler the following wording is used:
Line
R
R = Repeater
R
1
R
2
3
4
64
12
19
5
65
129
193
62
126
19
254
63
127
19
255
Line
Part 0
Line
Part 1
Line
Part 2
Line
Part 3
Figure 1. Connection of repeaters to a bus line
Coupler function
Backbone coupler
Line coupler
Repeater
Primary line
Backbone line
Main line 1- 15
Line 1 - 15
Secondary line
Main line 1- 15
Line 1- 15
Segment (Part) 1-3
The connection to the two bus lines is established:
a) to the primary line: via bus connection block,
b) to the secondary line: via bus connection block.
The power supply of the N 140/13 electronics occurs
via the connection to the primary line (different to the
N 140 ! ). This makes possible to detect and report a
bus voltage failure at the secondary line.
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Industry Sector, Building Technologies
Electrical Installation Technology
P.O.Box 10 09 53, D-93009 Regensburg
Application Programs
The coupler N 140/13 can be programmed with the
ETS up from version ETS2V11. Used as a
line/backbone coupler the application program “Coupler 000121” and used as a repeater the application
program “Repeater 000221” has to be downloaded.
Please note: when exchanging an already programmed
coupler N 140 against a new coupler N 140/13 first the
file “LK_DUMMY.VD1” has to be loaded into the ETS2
data base. After this a physical address may be assigned to the new N 140/13 and then the old filter table
and parameters may be downloaded.
N 140/13, 4 pages
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Subject to change without prior notice
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Update: http://www.siemens.com/gamma
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Line/Backbone Coupler N 140/13
5WG1 140-1AB13
Example of Operation
Technical Specifications
Linie 1(Primärlinie)
line 1(primary line)
Spannungsversorgung /
power supply unit N 122
AC 230V L1 N PE
Verbinder/
connector
REG 191 / 01
Datenschiene:
äußere Leiterbahnen:
frei
innere Leiterbahnen:
Buslinie 1
data rail:
outer printed conductors:
unengaged
inner printed conductors:
bus line 1
DC 24V
Ausgang /
output
Linie 1/
line 1
Rated voltage
• primary line (used for power supply of the device) :
DC 24V (DC 21...30V)
• secondary line: DC 24V (DC 21...30V)
Current input
• from primary line: 6 mA
• from secondary line: 8 mA
Operator elements
1 learning button: for switching between normal operating mode and addressing mode
DC 24V
(an die äußeren Leiterbahnen /
to outer printed conductors)
Display elements
• 1 yellow LED: for data reception on the secondary
line
• 1 green LED: for 'ready' state
• 1 yellow LED: for data reception on the primary line
• 1 red LED: for controlling bus voltage and displaying
the actual mode, selected by the learning button
(LED off: normal mode; LED on: addressing mode)
Linie 2 (Sekundärlinie)
line 2 (secondary line)
Linien- / Bereichskoppler
line- / backbone coupler
N 140 / 13
Verbinder /
connector
REG 191/11
Drossel /
choke
N 120
Datenschiene:
äußere Leiterbahnen:
DC 24V
innere Leiterbahnen:
Buslinie 2
data rail:
outer printed conductors:
DC 24V
inner printed conductors:
bus line 2
Connections
• primary line / secondary line: screwless bus connection block,
0,6...0,8mm Ø single core
insulation strip length 5mm
Linie 2
line 2
Installation Instructions
• The device may be used for permanent installations
in dry locations within distribution boards or small
casings with DIN rail EN 60715-TH35-7,5.
V
WARNING
• The device must be mounted and commissioned by
an authorised electrican.
• Unassigned sections of DIN rail with inserted data rail
must be covered using 5WG1 192-8AA01.
• The prevailing safety rules must be heeded.
• The device must not be opened.
• For planning and construction of electric installations,
the relevant guidelines, regulations and standards of
the respective country are to be considered.
Physical specifications
• housing: plastic
• dimensions: N-system DIN-rail mounted device,
width: 2 SU (1SU = 18 mm)
• weight: approx. 90 g
• fire load: approx. 1750 kJ ± 10 %
• installation: rapid mounting on DIN rail (according to
EN 60715-TH35-7,5)
Electrical safety
• degree of pollution (according to IEC 60664-1): 2
• protection (according to EN 60529): IP 20
• protection class (according to IEC 61140): III
• overvoltage class (according to IEC 60664-1): III
• bus: safety extra low voltage SELV DC 24 V
• device complies with
EN 50090-2-2 and IEC 60664-1
Electromagnetic compatibility
complies with
EN 61000-6-2, EN 61000-6-3 and EN 50090-2-2
Technical Manual
Update: http://www.siemens.com/gamma
2.14.3.3/2
N 140/13, 4 pages
© Siemens AG 2008
Subject to change without prior notice
Siemens AG
Industry Sector, Building Technologies
Electrical Installation Technology
P.O.Box 10 09 53, D-93009 Regensburg
GAMMA instabus
Technical Product Information
December 2008
Line/Backbone Coupler N 140/13
5WG1 140-1AB13
Environmental specifications
• climatic conditions: EN 50090-2-2
• ambient temperature operating: - 5 ... + 45 °C
• storage temperature: - 25 ... + 70 ° C
• relative humidity (non-condensing): 5 % to 93 %
Mounting and Wiring
General description
The N-system DIN-rail device (1 SU) can be installed to
N-system distribution boards, surface or flush mounted,
or to any DIN-rail EN 60715-TH35-7,5 with glued-in
data rail.
The connection to the secondary bus line is established
by clicking the device onto the DIN-rail (with a glued-in
data rail). Take care that the type plates of all devices
on the DIN-rail can be read in the same direction, guaranteeing the bus voltage being applied to the devices
with correct polarity.
CE mark
complies with the EMC regulations (residential and
functional buildings), and low voltage regulations.
Markings
KNX / EIB
Location and Function of the Display and
Operator Elements
Mounting DIN-rail devices (figure 3)
- Slide the device (B1) onto the DIN-rail (B2) and
- swivel back the device until the slide clicks into place
audibly.
A4
Dismounting DIN-rail devices (figure 3)
- Remove all connected bus wires,
- press down the slide (C3) with a screw-driver until it
clicks into place due to a slight pressure and
- swivel the device (C1) from the DIN-rail (C2).
A5
A1
A2
A3
B1
A7
C2
B2
C1
C3
A6
Figure 3: Mounting / dismounting a DIN-rail device
Figure 2: Location of the display and operator elements
A1 Green LED for 'ready'
A2 Yellow LED for data reception on the secondary
bus line
A3 Yellow LED for data reception on the primary bus
line
A4 Red LED for indicating normal operating mode
(LED off) or addressing mode (LED on); upon receiving the physical address the device automatically returns from addressing mode to normal operating mode
A5 Learning button for switching between normal
operating mode and addressing mode for assigning the physical address
A6 Bus connection block for secondary line (e.g. line)
A7 Bus connection block for primary line (e.g. main
line)
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Industry Sector, Building Technologies
Electrical Installation Technology
P.O.Box 10 09 53, D-93009 Regensburg
Slipping off bus connection blocks (figure 4)
- The bus connection block (D2) consists of two com-
ponents (D2.1 and D2.2) with four terminal contacts
each. Take care not to damage the two test sockets
(D2.3) by accidentally connecting them to the bus cable or with the screw driver (e.g. when attempting to
unplug the bus connection block).
- Carefully put the screw driver to the wire inserting slit
of the bus connection block's grey component (D2.2)
and pull the bus connection block (D2) from the device (D1).
N 140/13, 4 pages
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Subject to change without prior notice
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Update: http://www.siemens.com/gamma
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Line/Backbone Coupler N 140/13
Dimension Diagram
CAUTION
Don't try to remove the bus connection block from the
bottom side with a screw driver. There is a risk of shortcutting the bus voltage!
Dimension
90
Slipping on bus connection blocks (figure 4)
- Slip the bus connection block onto the guide slot
and
- press the bus connection block (D2) down to the
stop.
- Stick on the bus connection block cover.
Connecting bus cables (figure 4)
- The bus connection block (D2) can be used with
single core conductors Ø 0,6 ... 0,8 mm.
- Remove approx. 5 mm of insulation from the conductor (D2.4) and plug it into the bus connection
block (D2) (red = +, grey = -).
Disconnecting bus cables (figure 4)
- Unplug the bus connection block (D2) and remove
the bus cable conductor (D2.4) while simultaneously
wiggling it.
D2.3
D2.1 D2.2
D2.4
5 mm
D2
D2
44
55
b
b = 2 SU
1 Spacing unit (SU) = 18 mm
General Notes
• Any faulty devices should be returned to the local
Siemens office.
• If you have further questions about the product,
please contact our Technical Support:
D2
D2
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+49 (0) 180 50 50-222
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D2.4
Figure 4: Connecting / disconnecting bus cables
Technical Manual
Update: http://www.siemens.com/gamma
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N 140/13, 4 pages
© Siemens AG 2008
Subject to change without prior notice
Siemens AG
Industry Sector, Building Technologies
Electrical Installation Technology
P.O.Box 10 09 53, D-93009 Regensburg
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