Clipsal C-Bus 5512RVF Series 12Ch Volt Free Relay
C-Bus 8 and 12 Channel Voltage Free Relay
Installation Instructions
55xxRVF Series
LISTED
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V2.1 June 2005
Contents
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.0
7.0
8.0
9.0
10.0
11.0
12.0
13.0
14.0
15.0
16.0
17.0
18.0
19.0
20.0
Product Range
Important Notes
Description
Capabilities
Compatible Loads
Wiring Instructions
C-Bus Network Connection
Features
8.1
Local Override
8.2
Remote Override
Priority of Operating Modes
Status Indicators
9.1
C-Bus Indicator
9.2
Unit Indicator
C-Bus System Clock
C-Bus Network Burden
Power-Up Load Status
C-Bus Power Requirements
Power Surges
Megger Testing
Programming
Electrical Specifications
Mechanical Specifications
Standards Complied
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1.0
Product Range
Catalogue No.
•
Supply Voltage
(50 or 60 Hz)
L5508RVF
8
220 to 240 V
L5508RVFP
8
220 to 240 V
LE5508TRVF
8
110 to 120 V
LE5508TRVFP
8
110 to 120 V
L5512RVF
12
220 to 240 V
L5512RVFP
12
220 to 240 V
LE5512TRVF
12
110 to 120 V
LE5512TRVFP
12
110 to 120 V
2.0
•
Channels
On-Board
Power Supply
Important Notes
Disable the network burden on all 5100PC Interface units before
installing C-Bus DIN range products which include a power supply. (The
5100PC is a superseded non DIN rail unit). If a burden is required, use
the built-in burden on the DIN rail unit only.
The use of any software not provided by Clipsal Integrated Systems
(CIS) in conjunction with the installation of these products may void any
warranties applicable to the hardware.
3.0
Description
C-Bus 55xxRVF Series 8 and 12 Channel Voltage Free Relays are C-Bus
output devices designed to be used in a switchboard application. Either 8
or 12 independent voltage free relay contacts are provided for general
switching applications. For ease of installation they are DIN rail mounted,
measuring 12 modules wide (1 module = 17.5 mm). C-Bus connection is
conveniently achieved through the use of RJ45 connectors, allowing
similar units to be quickly looped together.
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C-Bus 8 and 12 Channel Voltage Free Relay
4.0
Capabilities
C-Bus 55xxRVF Series Voltage Free Relays have an internal C-Bus power
supply capable of supporting a number of other C-Bus units (200 mA
capacity). All units with a suffix of “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, 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 switched locally
(overriding the current C-Bus state). Remote On and Off facilities are
available, permitting all channels to be turned on or off without C-Bus
network communication. These units isolate mains power from the extra
low voltage C-Bus network.
5.0
Compatible Loads
Table 1 shows the loads which are compatible with C-Bus 55xxRVF Series
Voltage Free Relays. Load types are described on the following page.
Load
Symbol
M
Compatible Loads
Incandescent lighting
Halogen 110/240 V lamps
Fluorescent lighting
Resistive load
Low voltage or neon lighting with ironcore transformers
Low voltage or neon lighting with
electronic transformers
*
Exhaust fans (shaded pole induction
motors)
*
Ceiling fans (split-phase induction
motors)
Load Rating
Per Channel
10 A
2A
Table 1 – Loads compatible with the 55xxRVF series
*
The installer must ensure that an appropriate manually operated mechanical isolating switch
and circuit breaker is installed with the motor, in order to comply with local wiring rules
applicable to the region.
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Resistive
This generally refers to heating elements. The resistance characteristic of
this load type is essentially constant. The load switch/relay contacts are
not subjected to higher current at switch-on.
Incandescent
This includes filament lamps of any kind. The resistance characteristic of
this load type is non-linear, resulting in significantly greater current
magnitude when the lamp is switched on. This places greater stresses on
switch/relay contacts.
Fluorescent
Traditional iron-core ballasted fluorescent lamps are typically fitted with
an across-the-line power-factor-correction (PFC) capacitor, to achieve a
near unity power factor. The load switch/relay contacts may be subjected
to extremely high, short duration, current magnitudes each time the lamp
is switched on.
The PFC capacitor effectively suppresses potential inductive ballast
induced switch/relay contact arcing effects at lamp switch off.
Inductive
This load category includes:
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•
•
•
•
iron-core transformer based low-voltage lighting
(slightly inductive, high power factor load)
iron-core transformer based neon lighting
(highly inductive, low power factor load)
non-PFC fluorescent lighting
(highly inductive, low power factor load)
exhaust fan motors – shaded pole induction type
(highly inductive, low power factor load)
ceiling fan motors – split phase induction type
(highly inductive, low power factor load).
The inductive nature of these loads may result in switch/relay contact
arcing effects at load switch off, being somewhat dependent on how
inductive the load is.
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C-Bus 8 and 12 Channel Voltage Free Relay
The iron-core transformer based low-voltage lighting load type will also
impose a larger current magnitude when the lamp is switched on from the
cold state, placing greater stresses on switch/relay contacts.
Iron-core transformer loads generally exhibit high inrush current
magnitudes, for a number of mains cycles at switch on, again placing
greater stresses on switch/relay contacts.
Motor
This inductive load category generally refers to motors used for industrial
applications (typically any application excluding regular exhaust fans or
ceiling fans). A characteristic of this load type is high starting current which
places significantly greater stresses on switch/relay contacts. The inductive
nature of these loads may also result in switch/relay contact arcing effects
at load switch off.
6.0
Wiring Instructions
AC Mains Supply
Load
Active (Line/Hot)
Neutral
Earth
1A
N
Local
toggle
buttons
1A
A/L
2 3
4
5
6
8
2A 2B 3A 3B
4A 4B
2
1
4
5
Unit
C-Bus
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C-Bus CONNECTIONS
5A 5B
C-Bus Network
Figure 1 – 5508RVF series wiring
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C-Bus
Category 5 Cable
5005C305B
1B
1A 1B
1
1B
6A 6B 7A 7B
8A 8B
C-Bus Patch Cord
8
7
6
3
Cat-5
Surface Box
SMRJ88A5/1
Installation Instructions
AC Mains Supply
Load
Active (Line/Hot)
Neutral
Earth
Local
toggle
buttons
1A
1A
N
A/L
1
2 3
1A 1B
4
5
1B
C-Bus
Category 5 Cable
5005C305B
1B
2A 2B
3A 3B 4A 4B
5A 5B
6A 6B
2
1
4
5
6
Unit
C-Bus
7 8
9
C-Bus CONNECTIONS
10 11 12
7A 7B
8A 8B
C-Bus Network
8
7
6
3
Cat-5
Surface Box
SMRJ88A5/1
9A 9B 10A10B 11A 11B 12A12B
C-Bus Patch Cord
Figure 2 – 5512RVF series wiring
Wiring diagrams for the C-Bus Voltage Free Relays are provided in
Figures 1 and 2. Consider the following points when installing these units:
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•
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Units are capable of handling up to 8 or 12 channels of
10 A switched active loads. Ensure you consider the total current
consumption when selecting power feed cables, and allow for
multiple feed cables. Each feed cable must have an appropriate
MCB to protect that load circuit.
A maximum of 10 C-Bus DIN Rail units (with 200 mA power
supplies) can be connected to a single C-Bus network. A maximum
of 100 “P” suffix units may be connected.
Fix mains cables in the distribution board using cable ties or
trunking as required by local wiring rules. Take care not to allow
copper strands to enter the DIN unit’s apertures.
Apply a maximum torque of 1.4 Nm to the mains rated screw
terminals.
Rubber bungs are supplied (3 off) for unused RJ45 connectors, to
stop foreign bodies from entering the unit. Always install these
bungs when the unit is mounted inside a mains rated enclosure.
Use copper wire only.
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C-Bus 8 and 12 Channel Voltage Free Relay
7.0
C-Bus Network Connection
Connection to the C-Bus network is made via one of the RJ45 sockets. Use
Cat-5 Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) C-Bus cable, and an appropriately
wired RJ45 plug. Pinouts and cable conductor assignments are provided in
Figure 3 and Table 2. The RJ45 sockets are internally connected. The
Clipsal catalogue number for the C-Bus Cat-5 UTP cable is 5005C305B.
It is recommended that the Remote Override (On/Off) connections be
maintained for correct operation of these services across the C-Bus
network, even if they are not intended to be used. Remote Override
services may be disabled in software if necessary.
A Clipsal RJ5CB300PL Cat-5 UTP patch cord is included with the unit for
easy interconnection. No more than 10 × 55xxRVF Series products should
be connected to one physical C-Bus network. This may be extended to
100 for “P” suffix units.
Rubber bungs are supplied (×3) for unused RJ45 connectors, to stop
foreign bodies from entering the unit. Always ensure these bungs are
installed when the unit is mounted inside a mains rated enclosure.
C-Bus Positive:
blue + orange
C-Bus Negative: blue & white + orange & white
Remote OFF:
brown + brown & white
Remote ON:
green + green & white
Figure 3 – C-Bus cable conductor assignments
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Pin
C-Bus Connection
Colour
1
Remote ON
green & white
2
Remote ON
green
3
C-Bus Negative (-)
orange & white
4
C-Bus Positive (+)
blue
5
C-Bus Negative (-)
blue & white
6
C-Bus Positive (+)
orange
7
Remote OFF
brown & white
8
Remote OFF
brown
87654321
87654321
Table 2 – RJ45 sockets and C-Bus pinouts
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C-Bus 8 and 12 Channel Voltage Free Relay
8.0
Features
8.1
Local Override
The local toggle buttons located on the front of the unit toggle each
channel on and off, providing local override capability. Each button
illuminates when its respective channel is in the on state. Local toggle
buttons perform different functions depending on how they are pressed.
This is summarised in Table 3.
Operation
Function
Quick-press
A single quick-press toggles the state of a
channel
Double quick-press
Two quick-presses in quick succession return the
channel to the C-Bus network level
Long press
Pressing any of the local toggle buttons for
1 second or more returns all channels to the
C-Bus network level
Table 3 – Local toggle button functions
Note that double quick-press and long press operations only apply when
the unit/channel is in local override 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 9.0, Priority of Operating Modes.
8.2
Remote Override
Remote control of all channels on a unit can be achieved via the extra
pairs of conductors on the C-Bus connector. Figure 4 illustrates how
switches may be connected to these conductors. Green + green & white
conductors are used for the Remote On function. Brown + brown & white
are used for Remote Off. The Remote Override is triggered by connecting
the relevant conductors to C-Bus negative. A Clipsal 30/1/2LM mechanism
makes an ideal remote input switch.
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Remote Remote Remote
ON
OFF
ON
orange + blue
(C-Bus Positive)
green + green & white
(Remote ON)
orange & white + blue & white
(C-Bus Negative)
brown + brown & white
(Remote OFF)
Figure 4 – Remote Override connections
C-Bus is a balanced network and therefore at any point where
C-Bus negative (-) is taken, C-Bus positive (+) must also be present.
For this reason both conductor pairs must be looped through all
remote input switches on the network.
9.0
Priority of Operating Modes
The output status of C-Bus 55xxRVF Series Voltage Free Relays can be
changed by:
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•
•
pressing a C-Bus button
activating any of the local toggle buttons (local override)
using the Remote Override facility.
Table 4 shows the priority ranking of these control inputs,
Mode
Priority
Function
Remote Off
1 (highest)
All channels off
Remote On
2
All channels on
Local override
3*
C-Bus input unit
(Neo, PIR , etc.)
*
4 (lowest)
Toggles the channel
Controls the channel
Table 4 – Control input priority ranking
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C-Bus 8 and 12 Channel Voltage Free Relay
*Using local toggle buttons overrides the normal C-Bus commands such as those issued by
input units. By default, once a channel is in local override mode, further relevant C-Bus
commands issued by input and control units will override the local override state. This
feature can be disabled in software so that all relevant C-Bus commands are ignored by the
unit when it is in local override mode.
Further information about programming C-Bus units is provided at the
Clipsal Integrated Systems web site (http://www.clipsal.com/cis).
10.0 Status Indicators
10.1 C-Bus Indicator
The “C-Bus” indicator shows the status of the C-Bus network at the unit. If
sufficient network voltage and a valid C-Bus clock signal are present, the
indicator illuminates (as a continuous green light). If a network is
connected which has a higher current load than the power supplies
support, the indicator flashes to show a marginal network voltage. If no
C-Bus clock is present, or if the unit is powered by C-Bus only (for standalone programming), the indicator remains off.
Indicator Status
Meaning
On
Power is on and functional
Flashing
There is insufficient power to support the
C-Bus network
Off
No C-Bus clock signal is present and/or
mains power is not connected
Table 5 – The “C-Bus” indicator
Further debugging of possible network problems can be achieved using
the Clipsal C-Bus Network Analyser tool (5100NA).
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10.2 Unit Indicator
The “Unit” indicator shows the status of the individual unit. When mains
power is supplied, the indicator illuminates (as a continuous green light). If
a local toggle button has been used to perform a local override, or if a
Remote Override is active, the indicator flashes with a 90% duty cycle. The
Unit indicator does not function when the unit is powered by C-Bus only
(for stand-alone programming).
Indicator Status
Meaning
On
Normal operation
Flashing
Unit is in override mode
Off
No mains power is connected
Table 6 – The “Unit” indicator
11.0 C-Bus System Clock
C-Bus 55xxRVF Series Voltage Free Relays incorporate a software
selectable C-Bus system clock. The system clock is used to synchronise
data communication over a C-Bus network. At least one active C-Bus
system clock is required on each C-Bus network for successful
communication. No more than three units on any C-Bus network should
have clock circuitry enabled, so this option is normally disabled using the
C-Bus Toolkit software.
If a system clock is required, it can be enabled from the unit’s “Global” tab
in the C-Bus Toolkit software.
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12.0 C-Bus Network Burden
C-Bus 55xxRVF Series Voltage Free Relays incorporate a software
selectable network burden. The network burden can be enabled from the
unit’s “Global” tab in the C-Bus Toolkit software, but only if the C-Bus
system clock is enabled, and the Unit Address is set to 1.
One network burden is normally required to ensure correct operation of
each C-Bus network. The Network window of a C-Bus Toolkit project
provides a summary of a C-Bus network according to the units added to
the Database. This can be helpful in determining whether or not a burden
is required on a particular network.
Disable the network burden on all 5100PC Interface units before
installing C-Bus DIN range products which include a power supply.
(The 5100PC is a superseded non-DIN rail unit). If a burden is
required, use the built-in burden on the DIN rail unit only.
13.0 Power-Up Load Status
C-Bus output units have on-board non-volatile memory, which is used to
store the operating state of the unit in case of power loss. The 55xxRVF
Series products incorporate latching relays and will retain their current
output status if C-Bus power is lost. On restoration of power the units
initiate a short power-up diagnostic routine, which lasts for approximately
5 seconds. Channels are then restored according to their previous states,
and according to the unit’s recovery and restrike delay settings.
14.0 C-Bus Power Requirements
C-Bus 55xxRVF Series Voltage Free Relays are available in several
configurations. All variants draw 18 mA from the C-Bus network when not
connected to the mains supply. Units draw no current from the C-Bus
network when mains power is connected.
In addition, units with no “P” suffix on their catalogue number (such as the
L5508RVF and L5512RVF) supply up to 200 mA to the network when
connected to the mains. “P” suffix variants (such as the L5508RVFP or
L5512RVFP) do not include the 200 mA power supply.
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Adequate C-Bus Power Supply Units must be installed to support
connected devices. If in doubt, consult the C-Bus Calculator (Network
Design Verification Software Utility) before proceeding with the hardware
installation.
15.0 Power Surges
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.
16.0 Megger Testing
Megger testing must never be performed on the C-Bus data cabling or
terminals as it could degrade the performance of the network.
Megger testing of a mains electrical installation that has C-Bus units
connected will not damage the units. Since C-Bus units contain electronic
components, this should be taken into account when interpreting megger
readings.
17.0 Programming
As with other C-Bus units, a 55xxRVF Series Voltage Free Relay must be
programmed before it will function as part of a C-Bus network. This can be
accomplished using Learn Mode. However, using the C-Bus Toolkit
software provides a greater level of flexibility and customisation.
Units do not need a mains connection in order to be programmed via the
C-Bus Toolkit. They can be connected to any operational C-Bus network
that is capable of supporting one or more extra C-Bus units (18 mA
current required). Units can then be configured using the Toolkit software.
Indicators and relays will only function when a mains connection is
established.
The C-Bus Toolkit software can be downloaded from the Clipsal Integrated
Systems web site (www.clipsal.com/cis). Further information about
programming C-Bus units is provided at this site.
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C-Bus 8 and 12 Channel Voltage Free Relay
18.0 Electrical Specifications
Parameter
Description
L5508RVF
L5512RVF
LE5508TRVF
LE5512TRVF
L5508RVFP
L5512RVFP
LE5508TRVFP
LE5512TRVFP
Nominal
supply voltage
220 to
240 V AC
110 to
120 V AC
220 to
240 V AC
110 to
120 V AC
Frequency
range
47 to 53 Hz and 57 to 63 Hz
C-Bus supply
voltage
15 to 36 V DC @ 18 mA
required for programming
when mains is not
connected. Supplies
200 mA to the C-Bus
network when mains is
connected.
15 to 36 V DC @ 18 mA
required for programming when
mains is not connected. 15 to
36 V DC @ 0 mA required for
programming when mains is
connected. Does not supply
current to the C-Bus network.
AC input
impedance
50 kΩ @1 kHz
100 kΩ @1 kHz
Electrical
isolation
3.75 kV RMS from C-Bus to mains
Max. units per
network
10
Load rating
Resistive: 10 A, inductive: 10 A, fluorescent: 10 A, motor: 2 A
Switch
operations
Greater than 60, 000 operations at rated load
(see above for load types)
100
Contact type
Voltage free, magnetically latched
Quiescent
power
10 Watts
Warm up time
5 seconds
Restart delay
0 seconds to 42 minutes and 30 seconds
Network clock
Software selectable
Network
burden
Software selectable
Operating
temperature
0 to 45 °C (32 to 113 °F)
Operating
humidity
10 to 95% RH
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19.0 Mechanical Specifications
Parameter
Description
Dimensions
(W×H×D)
216 × 92 × 63 mm
(8.5 × 3.62 × 2.48 inches)
Weight
L5508RVF/LE5508TRFV:
L5508RVFP/LE5508TRVFP:
L5512RVF/LE5512TRVF:
L5512RVFP/LE5512TRVFP:
Mains
terminals
Accommodates 2 × 1.5 mm2 or 1 × 2.5 mm2
(2 × 16 AWG or 1 × 13 AWG)
C-Bus
connections
RJ45 sockets
525 g (19 oz)
725 g (26 oz)
600 g (21 oz)
800 g (28 oz)
Both 8 and 12 channel models have the same dimensions (12 channel is
shown). No user serviceable parts inside.
216 mm
63 mm
(8.5 inches)
(2.48 inches)
92 mm
(3.62 inches)
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20.0 Standards Complied
DECLARATIONS OF CONFORMITY
Australian/New Zealand EMC & Electrical Safety Frameworks and Standards
Model L55xxRVF Series products comply with the following:
Regulation
EMC (C-Tick)
Standard
AS1044,
AS/NZS 61000-3-2
Title
RFI Emissions Standard
Electrical Safety
AS/NZS 3100
General Requirements for
Electrical Equipment
AS/NZS 61558-1
Safety of Power Supplies and
Transformers
European Directives and Standards
Model L55xxRVF Series products comply with the following:
European
Council Directive
EMC Directive
89/336/EEC
Low Voltage
Directive
73/23/EEC
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Standard
Title
EN 55014
RFI Emissions
Standard
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
EN 60669-2-1
Switches for
Household Fixed
Electrical Installations
Part 2-1
EN 61558-1
Safety of Power
Supplies and
Transformers
Installation Instructions
US and Canadian Product Safety Standards and US FCC Regulations
Model L55xxRVF Series products comply with the following:
LISTED
US
3042248
Standard/Regulation
CSA C22.2 No. 14
UL508
Title
Industrial Control Equipment
Industrial Control Equipment
Tested to FCC Standards
for Home or Office Use
FCC Part 15
ANSI C63.4
Supplemental Information
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesirable
operation.
Class B Product
NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
•
reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
•
increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
•
connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected
•
consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Warning: Any changes or modifications not expressively approved by Clipsal Integrated
Systems could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
Other International Directives and Standards
Model 5504DxA and 5508DxA Series products comply with the following:
Regulation
EMC
Electrical
Safety
IEC Standard
60669-2-1 Clause 26.1
Title
Immunity to ESD, RFI, EFT, Surge Voltages,
Voltage Dips and Interruptions
60669-2-1 Clause 26.2
RF and Low Frequency Emissions
61558-1
Safety of Power Supplies and Transformers
60669-2-1
Switches for Household Fixed Electrical
Installations Part 2-1
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C-Bus 8 and 12 Channel Voltage Free Relay
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Technical Support and Troubleshooting
For further assistance in using this product, consult your nearest
Clipsal Integrated Systems Sales Representative or Technical
Support Officer.
Technical Support Hotline: 1300 722 247 (Australia)
0800 888 219 (New Zealand)
Technical Support Email:
[email protected]
Sales Support Email:
[email protected]
A list of worldwide contacts, additional product information and
technical resources is provided at http://www.clipsal.com/cis/
Product of Clipsal Integrated Systems Pty Ltd
ABN 15 089 444 931
Head Office
12 Park Terrace, Bowden, SA 5007, Australia
Telephone: (+61) 8 8440 0500
Facsimile: (+61) 8 8346 0845
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.clipsal.com/cis/
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