Clipsal C-Bus 5504RVF20 4Ch 20A Voltage Free Relay Installation Instructions (468KB pdf).

Clipsal C-Bus 5504RVF20 4Ch 20A Voltage Free Relay Installation Instructions (468KB pdf).
C-Bus Four Channel
Voltage Free Relay, 20A
L5504RVF20
Series
Installation Instructions
REGISTERED DESIGN • REGISTERED PATENT
L5504RVF20 Series
C-Bus Four Channel Voltage Free Relay, 20A Installation Instructions
Contents
1.0
Product Range ................................................................................................3
1.1 Description .................................................................................................3
1.2 Capabilities ................................................................................................3
1.3 Compatible Loads ......................................................................................3
2.0
Wiring Instructions ..................................................................................... 4-5
3.0
Connection to the C-Bus Network ............................................................ 5-6
4.0
Indicators and Controls .................................................................................7
4.1 C-Bus Status Indicator...............................................................................7
4.2 Unit Status Indicator ..................................................................................7
4.3 Local Override Push Button .......................................................................8
4.4 Mechanical Switches .................................................................................8
4.5 Priority of Operating Modes .......................................................................9
5.0
C-Bus Programming Requirements ............................................................10
5.1 Stand-alone Programming .......................................................................10
5.2 C-Bus System Clock ................................................................................10
5.3 C-Bus Network Burden ............................................................................10
5.4 Power-up Load Status .............................................................................10
5.5 C-Bus Power Requirements ....................................................................11
5.6 Power Surges ..........................................................................................11
5.7 Megger Testing ........................................................................................11
6.0
Dimensions ...................................................................................................11
7.0
Electrical Specifications ..............................................................................12
8.0
Standards Complied .....................................................................................13
9.0
Two Year Warranty.........................................................................................14
10.0 Safety and Product Handling .......................................................................14
11.0 Further Information ......................................................................................15
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1.0 Product Range
L5504RVF20
Four Channel VF Relay, 20A with C-Bus Power Supply
(220-240V, 50-60Hz)
L5504RVF20P
Four Channel VF Relay, 20A (220-240V, 50-60Hz)
LE5504TRVF20
Four Channel VF Relay, 20A with C-Bus Power Supply
(110-120V, 50-60Hz)
LE5504TRV20P
Four Channel VF Relay, 20A (110-120V, 50-60Hz)
1.1 Description
devices, designed to be used in a switchboard application. For ease of installation they
are DIN rail mounted, measuring 12M wide (1M = 17.5 +0.5/-0.0 mm). C-Bus connection
is conveniently achieved through the use of RJ45 connectors, allowing similar units to be
quickly looped together. Four independent voltage free relay contacts are provided for general
switching applications.
1.2 Capabilities
The L5504RVF20 Series products have an internal C-Bus power supply capable of supporting
a number of other C-Bus units (200mA capacity). All units with a suffix “P” do not have a C-Bus
power supply, but consume no current from the C-Bus network during normal operation.
These units also generate a C-Bus system clock signal, therefore providing all the support
necessary for a simple C-Bus network. Local toggle buttons are provided on each unit to allow
individual channels to be toggled at each unit or via C-Bus commands. Remote ON and OFF
facilities are available, permitting all channels to be turned ON or OFF without C-Bus
network communications.
These units isolate mains power from the extra low voltage C-Bus network.
1.3 Compatible Loads
The L5504RVF20 Series C-Bus Four Channel Voltage Free Relay unit is suitable for use with
resistive (incandescent), inductive and fluorescent loads.
Load Symbol
M
Compatible Loads
Maximum Total Load Rating
Incandescent lighting, halogen 240V lamps
20A
Fluorescent lighting
20A
Resistive load
20A
Low voltage lighting with iron-core transformers
20A
Low voltage lighting with electronic transformers
20A
Exhaust fans (shaded pole induction motors)*
Ceiling fans (split-phase induction motors)*
20A
*The installer must ensure an appropriate isolating circuit breaker is installed with the motor in order to
comply with local wiring rules applicable to the region.
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2.0 Wiring Instructions
A maximum of 10 C-Bus DIN rail units (with 200mA power supply) can be connected to a
single C-Bus network. A maximum of 100 “P” suffix units may be interconnected.
A maximum torque of 1.4Nm should be applied to the mains rated screw terminals.
Figure 1. Wiring diagram using individual circuit breakers for the loads
An alternate method of connecting loads is shown in Figure 2. Choose a circuit breaker that
can handle all of the attached loads. Make certain that the wiring method chosen meets local
wiring regulations.
Figure 2. Alternate method of wiring the loads
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Notes:
•
The unit is capable of handling up to four channels of 20A switched Active loads. The
installer should make adequate consideration for the total current consumption when
selecting power feed cables. It is recommended the installer allows for multiple feed cables.
•
A maximum of 10 C-Bus DIN rail units (with 200mA power supply) can be connected to a
single C-Bus network. A maximum of 100 “P” suffix units may be interconnected.
•
The installer must fix mains cables in the distribution board using cable ties or trunking as
required by local wiring rules. Care must be taken not to allow copper strands to enter the
DIN unit’s apertures.
•
A maximum torque of 1.4Nm should be applied to the mains rated screw terminals.
•
Rubber bungs are supplied (3 of) for unused RJ45 connectors, to stop foreign bodies from
entering the unit. Always ensure these bungs are installed when the relay unit is to be
mounted inside a mains rated enclosure.
3.0 Connection to the C-Bus Network
Installation requires connection
to the unshielded twisted pair
(UTP)C-Bus network cable. The
illustration opposite, shows the
recommended cable termination
technique for providing the best
electrical performance. It is required
that Category 5 data cable is
used, (Clipsal catalogue number
5005C305B [solid], or 5005C305BST
[stranded]).
Figure 3. RJ45 pin layout
RJ Pin
C-Bus Connection
Colour
1
Remote ON
Green/White
2
Remote ON
Green
3
C-Bus Neg (-)
Orange/White
4
C-Bus Pos (+)
Blue
5
C-Bus Neg (-)
Blue/White
6
C-Bus Pos (+)
Orange
7
Remote OFF
Brown/White
8
Remote OFF
Brown
Table 2. C-Bus network signals on an RJ45 plug
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Note:
A Clipsal RJ5CB300PL Cat. 5e UTP patch cord is included with the unit for easy
interconnection. No more than ten L5504RVF20 Series products should be connected to one
physical C-Bus network. This may be extended to 100 for “P” suffix units.
Rubber plugs are supplied for unused RJ45 connectors, to stop foreign bodies from entering
the unit. Always ensure these bungs are installed when the relay unit is to be mounted inside a
mains rated enclosure.
Remote Override Facility (optional)
The control of all channels on a unit can be achieved via the extra pairs of conductors on the
C-Bus connector. The diagram below shows switches may be connected in parallel on any
one network, using Green and Green/White conductors for the remote ON function. Brown
Brown/White may be wired in the same fashion for remote OFF, with these conductors being
connected to C-Bus negative via the switch to action this state. A Clipsal 30/1/2LM mechanism
makes an ideal remote input switch.
Figure 4. Remote on and remote off wiring diagram
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4.0 Indicators and Controls
4.1 C-Bus Status Indicator
The C-Bus indicator shows the status of the C-Bus network at this unit. If sufficient network
voltage and a valid C-Bus clock signal are present then the ‘OK’ signal (continuous green light)
is displayed. If a network is connected which has more current load than the power supplies
can support, then this indicator flashes to show a marginal network voltage. If there is no
C-Bus clock present, then this indicator does not light. When the unit is powered from C-Bus
only, for stand-alone programming, this indicator does not function.
Indication
Meaning
On
Power on and functional
Flashing
Insufficient power to support network, 15 – 20V d.c. on C-Bus
Off
No C-Bus clock signal present, no mains connected or C-Bus voltage below 15V d.c.
Table 3. C-Bus status indicator functions
4.2 Unit Status Indicator
This indicator shows the status of the individual unit. When mains is supplied to the unit,
‘OK’ will be displayed (continuous green light). If any of the four channels have been toggled
(using override facilities) into a state other than is present on the C-Bus network, this indicator
will flash with a 90% ON duty cycle. This applies to either local or remote override inputs.
When the unit is powered from C-Bus only for stand-alone programming, this indicator
will not function.
Indication
Meaning
On
Normal operation
Flashing
Unit in override mode
Off
No mains connected
Table 4. Unit status indicator functions
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4.3 Local Override Push Buttons
The buttons located on the front of the unit provide a means to toggle each channel locally (at
the unit). Each button is illuminated when the respective channel is in the ON state.
Operation
Function
Short Press
One short press will toggle the state of this channel only
Double Click
Two short presses within 2 seconds will return this channel only to the C-Bus network level
Long Press
Pressing any of the local override buttons for longer than 2 seconds will return all
channels to the C-Bus network level
Table 5. Local override push button functions
Note:
Double-click and long press operations will only occur if the unit/channel is already in
override mode (not in learn mode).
C-Bus commands received by the unit will (by default) override local toggle changes. In this
case, only the channel associated with the received commands will revert to the current C-Bus
network state. This option may be disabled in software. Please refer to section 7.5, Priority of
Operating Modes.
4.4 Mechanical Switches
Each channel has a sliding mechanical switch that can be used to turn the relay on or off.
You can use the slider to change the current state of the relay, but the next C-Bus command,
local override action or remote override action takes control of the relay state. The mechanical
switch is provided for testing and commissioning purposes only.
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4.5 Priority of Operating Modes
The output status of the L5504RVF20 Series C-Bus Four Channel Voltage Free Relay product
can be changed by:
•
pressing a C-Bus key,
•
activating any of the local override buttons
•
using the optional remote override facilities
•
sliding the mechanical switch.
The following table shows the priority ranking of these control inputs.
Mode
Priority
Function
Remote OFF
1 (highest)
Turns all channels OFF
Remote ON
2
Turns all channels ON
Local Override
3
Toggle channel (see Note 1)
Mechanical Switch
See Note 2
Allows testing of relay channels. Set or reset by the
next C-Bus command or override switches.
C-Bus Input Unit (Key, PIR etc)
4 (lowest)
Control the channel (see Note 1)
Table 6. Priority of operating modes
Note 1
Local override has priority over normal C-Bus commands received on the bus (such as those
generated by pressing a C-Bus key). By default, if any channel is in local override mode and
a C-Bus command is received for that channel, the C-Bus command state will be imposed
(“Enable C-Bus Priority” option). This feature can be disabled in software so all relevant C-Bus
commands will be ignored by the unit when it is in local override mode.
Note 2
Moving the mechanical switch slider changes the relay state until the next C-Bus command,
local override or remote override action sets or resets the relay.
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5.0 C-Bus Programming Requirements
The use of any non-approved software in conjunction with the hardware installation, without
the written consent of Clipsal Australia may void any warranties applicable to the hardware.
The C-Bus Four Channel Voltage Free Relay must be programmed to set a unique
identification (Unit Address) and mode of operation on the C-Bus network using C-Bus Toolkit
software.
C-Bus Toolkit software can be downloaded from the Clipsal Website (www.clipsal.com/cis).
The relay products can also be programmed using Learn Mode. For further information about
Learn Mode, please consult the C-Bus Learn Mode Operations and Programming Guide.
5.1 Stand-alone Programming
The C-Bus Four Channel Voltage Free Relay products can be programmed without a mains
connection. The unit can be connected to any operational C-Bus network that is capable
of supporting one or more extra C-Bus units (18mA current required). The unit can then be
configured using the C-Bus Toolkit. Indicators and relays will only function when a mains
connection is made.
5.2 C-Bus System Clock
The C-Bus Four Channel Voltage Free Relay product incorporates a software selectable C-Bus
system clock. The system clock is used to synchronise data communication waveforms on a
C-Bus network. At least one active C-Bus system clock is required on each C-Bus network
for successful communications. No more than three units on any C-Bus Network should have
clock circuitry enabled, so this option should normally be disabled using the C-Bus installation
software.
If a system clock is required, it can be enabled from the ‘Global Tab’ on the Graphical User
Interface (GUI) for the unit.
5.3 C-Bus Network Burden
The C-Bus Four Channel Voltage Free Relay product incorporates a software selectable
network burden. The network burden can be enabled using C-Bus Toolkit Software. Toolkit
software is designed to prevent the Burden from accidental selection.
A Network Burden may or may not be required to ensure correct operation of the C-Bus
network. If in doubt, consult the C-Bus calculator (network design verification software utility)
before proceeding with the hardware installation.
5.4 Power-up Load Status
All C-Bus units have onboard non-volatile memory, which is used to store the operating state
of the unit in case of power loss. This series of products incorporate latching relays and will
retain their current output status if C-Bus power is lost. On restoration of power the DIN
rail relay unit initiates a short power-up diagnostic routine, which lasts for approximately 5
seconds. User programmable options will then allow the relay status to be set as desired.
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5.5 C-Bus Power Requirements
The C-Bus Four Channel Voltage Free Relay is available in several different configurations. All
variants draw 18mA from the C-Bus network when not connected to the mains supply. With
mains connected, these units draw no current from the
C-Bus network.
In addition, a unit whereby the catalog number does not include a “P” suffix (such as the
L5504RVF20) can supply up to 200mA to the network when it is connected to the mains. “P”
suffix variants (such as the L5504RVF20P) do not include the 200mA power supply.
Adequate C-Bus power supply units must be installed to support the connected devices. If
in doubt, consult the C-Bus calculator (network design verification software utility) before
proceeding with the hardware installation.
5.6 Power Surges
The mains voltage must be limited to the range specified for any unit that is mains powered.
Each unit incorporates transient protection circuitry. Additional external power surge
protection devices should be used to enhance system immunity to power surges. It is strongly
recommended that overvoltage equipment such as the Clipsal 970 be installed
at the switchboard.
5.7 Megger Testing
Megger testing must never be performed on the C-Bus data cabling or terminals, as it
may degrade the performance of the network. Megger testing mains wiring of an electrical
installation that has C-Bus units connected will not cause any damage to C-Bus units. Since
C-Bus units contain electronic components, the installer should interpret megger readings with
due regard to the nature of the circuit connection.
6.0 Dimensions
All dimensions are in millimeters
No user serviceable parts inside
Dimensions (mm)
215 x 85 x 65mm
Weight
580g
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7.0 Electrical Specifications
Catalogue No.
L5504RVF20
Nominal Supply
Voltage
220-240V a.c.
L5504RVF20P
LE5504TRVF20
LE5504TRV20P
Frequency
Range(s)
47-53Hz and 57-63Hz
C-Bus Supply
Voltage
15-36V d.c. @
18mA required for
programming when
mains is not connected.
Sources 200mA to the
C-Bus Network with
mains connected.
15-36V d.c. @
18mA required for
programming when
mains power is not
connected. 15-36V
d.c. @ 0mA required
for programming
when mains power is
connected.
Does not source
current to the C-Bus
network.
15-36V d.c. @
18mA required for
programming when
mains is not connected.
Sources 200mA to the
C-Bus network with
mains connected.
15-36V d.c. @
18mA required for
programming when
mains power is not
connected. 15-36V
d.c. @ 0mA required
for programming
when mains power is
connected.
Does not source
current to the C-Bus
network.
a.c. Input
Impedance
50kΩ@1kHzA maximum
of 10 units may be
connected on a single
C-Bus Network
100kΩ @1kHz
A maximum of 100
units may be connected
on a single C-Bus
Network
50kΩ @1kHz
A maximum of 10 units
may be connected on a
single C-Bus Network
100kΩ @1kHz
A maximum of 100
units may be connected
on a single C-Bus
Network
110-120V a.c.
Electrical Isolation 3.75kV RMS from C-Bus to mains
Status
Indicators
Clock Present
On
Flashing
Off
Mains Power
Present
Present
Fail
C-Bus Indicator
Voltage ≥ 20V d.c.
Voltage < 20V d.c.
Voltage < 15V d.c.
Unit Status Indicator
On
Flashing
Off
Load Indicators (4)
No Clock Present
Off
Off
Off
Conditions
Normal operations
At least one channel in local or
remote override mode
Mains power not available
Load indicator is on when relay output is on.
Maximum Number
of Units on a
Single
C-Bus Network
10
100
Load Rating
Resistive 20A
Inductive 20A
Fluorescent 20A
Contact Type
10
100
20A
20A
20A
Voltage free, magnetically latched – normally open
Switch Operations Greater than 60,000 operations
Quiescent Power
4 Watts
Warm-up Time
5 seconds
Restart Delay
0 seconds to 42 minutes and 30 seconds
Network Clock
Software selectable
Network Burden
Software selectable
Remote Override
Remote switch input can
be daisy chained to a
maximum of 10 units and
a maximum of 1000m
of cable.
Mains Terminals
Accommodates 2 x 1.5mm² or 1 x 2.5mm²
C-Bus
Connections
2 x RJ45 sockets
Operating
Temperature
Range
0-45°C
Operating
Humidity Range
10 – 95% RH
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Remote switch input
can be daisy chained
to a maximum of 100
units and a maximum
of 1000m of cable.
Remote switch input
can be daisy chained to
a maximum of 10 units
and a maximum of
1000m of cable.
Remote switch input
can be daisy chained
to a maximum of 100
units and a maximum
of 1000m of cable.
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8.0 Standards Complied
Declarations of Conformity
Australian/New Zealand EMC & Electrical Safety Frameworks and Standards
Regulation
Standard
Title
EMC
AS/NZS CISPR 14-1
Electromagnetic compatibility –
Requirements for household appliances,
electric tools and similar apparatus – Part 1:
Emission
AS/NZS CISPR 15
Limits and methods of measurement of radio
disturbance characteristics of electrical
lighting and similar equipment
IEC 60669-2-1
Switches for household and similar fixed
electrical installations – Part 2: Particular
requirements – section 1: Electronic switches
AS/NZS 3100, 3133
(Relays only)
Air-break switches for household and similar
installations
Electrical
Safety
European Council Directives and Standards
Directive
Standard
Title
EMC
Directive
2004/108/EC
EN 60669-2-1
Clause 26.1
Immunity to ESD, RFI, EFT, Surge Voltages,
Voltage Dips and Interruptions
EN 60669-2-1
Clause 26.2
RF and Low Frequency Emissions
Low Voltage
Directive
2006/95/EC
EN 60669-2-1
Switches for household and similar fixed
electrical installations – Part 2: Particular
requirements – section 1: Electronic switches
RoHS
Directive
2002/95/EC
Restriction of Hazardous Substances
Additional Standards
Regulation
Standard
Title
Electrical
Safety
IEC 60669-2-1
Switches for household and similar fixed
electrical installations – Part 2: Particular
requirements – section 1: Electronic switches
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9.0 Two Year Warranty
The L5504RVF20 Series of products carry a two (2) 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 to the Clipsal
Australia Pty Ltd product, which the consumer has in the location where the product is sold.
The warrantor is Clipsal Australia Pty Ltd, with offices worldwide.
This Clipsal Australia Pty Ltd product is guaranteed against faulty workmanship and materials
for a period of two (2) years from the date of installation.
Clipsal Australia Pty Ltd 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 Clipsal Australia Pty Ltd product being installed,
wired, tested, operated and used in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Any
alterations or modifications made to the product without permission of Clipsal Australia Pty Ltd
might void the warranty.
Clipsal Australia Pty Ltd 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, all such costs shall be met
by the claimant.
When making a claim, the consumer shall forward the Clipsal Australia Pty Ltd product
to the nearest Schneider Electric or Clipsal office and provide 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.
10.0 Safety and Product Handling
WARNING
Electric Shock Hazard
Electric shock can cause death or serious injury. Turn off and lock out the circuit breaker
serving the unit before installing or servicing the unit. Do not open the plastic case. There
are no user serviceable parts inside the case.
•
A qualified electrician must install the analogue output unit.
•
Disconnect mains power before installing or changing wiring at the output
channels.
•
Using software not provided by Clipsal could result in erratic operation and could
void the hardware warranty.
•
The unit is for indoor use only.
•
Do not attempt to make any adjustments or modifications to the unit without the
assistance of Clipsal or Schneider Electric technical support.
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11.0 Further Information
For further information about configuring this product and other C-Bus devices, please consult
the documentation supplied. Further assistance can be obtained as follows:
C-Bus Toolkit Software
Toolkit software may be used to unlock the power and flexibility of Clipsal C-Bus. Unit
operation may be completely customised to suit user requirements. Advanced control functions
may be programmed. For configuration guides and tutorials refer to toolkit help.
C-Bus Installer Training Courses
Contact your nearest Clipsal Australia Sales or Technical Support Officer and enquire about
Clipsal C-Bus Installer Training and Certification Programs today.
Technical Support and Troubleshooting
For further assistance, please consult your nearest Clipsal Integrated Systems Sales
Representative or Technical Support Officer.
Technical Support 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
Sales Support Email: sales.cis@clipsal.com.au
Worldwide contacts are provided at http://www.clipsal.com/locations/
Information and resources are provided at http://www.clipsal.com/cis/
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Clipsal Australia Pty Ltd reserves the right to change
specifications, modify designs and discontinue items without
incurring obligation and whilst 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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otherwise noted.
CLIPCOM 21350 October 2010
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