Clipsal 5500CN Series Product specifications

Clipsal 5500CN Series Product specifications
C-Bus Network Interface
Installation Instructions
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Intelligent Building Series
C-Bus Network Interface Installation Instructions
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Product Range ..............................................................................................................3
Description .....................................................................................................3
Capability .......................................................................................................3
Indicators .........................................................................................................3
Clock Signal Generation ......................................................................................3
Network Burden ................................................................................................4
Connection to the C-Bus Network ........................................................................4
Communications Protocol ..............................................................................5
C-Bus Side Programming Requirements .............................................................5
Ethernet Side Programming Requirements ...............................................................6
Power Surges .........................................................................................6
Megger Testing ....................................................................................6
Important Warning ...................................................................................................6
Standards Complied .................................................................................................7
Product Specifications ............................................................................................7
Mechanical Specifications ........................................................................................7
Technical Support and Troubleshooting .....................................................................7
Copyright Notice
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Trademarks
• Clipsal is a registered trademark of Gerard Industries Pty Ltd
• C-Bus is a registered trademark of Clipsal Integrated Systems Pty Ltd
• Intelligent Building Series is a registered trademark of Clipsal Integrated Systems Pty Ltd
All other logos and trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Disclaimer
Clipsal Integrated Systems Pty Ltd reserves the right to change specifications or
designs described in this manual without notice and without obligation.
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1.0 Product Range
5500CN
C-Bus Network Interface
2.0 Description
The Network Interface is a C-Bus system support device designed to provide an
isolated communications path between an Ethernet 10BaseT Network and a C-Bus
Network. For ease of installation the unit is DIN rail mounted measuring 4M wide (1M =
17.5 +0.5/-0.0mm)
3.0 Capabilities
The Network Interface provides the gateway between an Ethernet Network and a C-Bus
Network. Through this interface the following functions can be achieved:
1. Programming C-Bus Units,
2. Issuing commands to a C-Bus Network, including scheduled activities,
3. Monitoring and Data Logging of activities on a C-Bus Network
The Network Interface may also generate the system clock for communications data
synchronisation on the C-Bus Network and provide a software selectable Network Burden.
NOTE: When using C-Bus Installation software V2.20 or earlier, additional ‘Com Port Redirector’
software will be required.
4.0 Indicators
4.1 Ethernet LED
This indicator shows the status of the Ethernet side of the Network Interface.
Indicator Status
Red
Red Flash (5 times)
Orange
Orange/Green Flashing
Meaning
Link bad
No DHCP Server found + link bad
Link good
Link good and session active
4.2 C-Bus / Unit / Comms LED
This indicator shows the status of the C-Bus side of the Network Interface.
Indicator Status
Red
Red flash
Red/Orange flash
Orange
Orange/Green flash
Meaning
No C-Bus connection
No C-Bus connection, active comms to Ethernet side
C-Bus clock present, C-Bus voltage marginal
C-Bus clock present, C-Bus voltage good
C-Bus clock present, C-Bus voltage good,
active comms to Ethernet side
5.0 Clock Signal Generation
The Network Interface incorporates a software selectable C-Bus System Clock, used
for synchronising data communications waveforms on the C-Bus Network. Selecting
this option on the ‘Global Tab’ of the Graphical User Interface (GUI) will enable this unit
to generate a C-Bus system clock signal on the network (if one is not detected).
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6.0 Network Burden
The software selectable Network Burden can only be enabled on a unit with an
address of 001. The Burden can be enabled from the ‘Global Tab’ within the GUI for the
Network Interface, which is the same as the PC Interface Module.
Caution: The GUI software is designed to prevent accidental selection of the Burden.
The following steps are required to correctly enable the Network Burden from the GUI:
1. Select the Network Burden check box (cross inside box for ON),
2. Click OK button,
3. Select ‘Save to Network’ and/or ‘Save to Database’,
4. Click OK button, then,
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 within 20 seconds, to save your selection.
To disable the Network Burden the same process applies except the Burden selection
check box is cleared (remove cross). The Network Burden will be automatically
disabled if the Unit Address is changed from 001.
7.0 Connection to the C-Bus Network
Installation of the Network Interface on to a C-Bus Network requires connection to the
unshielded twisted pair C-Bus Network Cable. The illustration below shows the
recommended technique for cable termination giving the best electrical performance. It
is recommended that Category 5 data cable is used, Clipsal catalogue no. 5005C305B.
Blue + Orange, C-Bus Pos(+)
Blue/White + Orange/White, C-Bus Neg(-)
Brown + Brown/White, Remote OFF
Green + Green/White, Remote ON
RJ Pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
C-Bus Connection
Remote ON *
Remote ON *
C-Bus Neg (-)
C-Bus Pos (+)
C-Bus Neg (-)
C-Bus Pos (+)
Remote OFF *
Remote OFF *
Colour
Green/White
Green
Orange/White
Blue
Blue/White
Orange
Brown/White
Brown
* The Network Interface does not have Remote Override (ON/OFF) functions,
however correct connections must be maintained for these services across the C-Bus
Network. They are looped between the two C-Bus connections on the unit.
Note the mutual twist of solid and dotted conductors of opposing coloured conductors.
This ensures a good electrical termination, with favourable common mode noise
characteristics.
NOTE: Rubber bungs are supplied (3 off) for unused RJ45 connectors, to stop foreign
bodies from entering the units.
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8.0 Communications Protocol
Start Bits
Data Bits
Stop Bits
Parity
Baud Rate
9.0
:1
:8
:1
: None
: 9600
Default settings
C-Bus Side Programming Requirements
This Network Interface product incorporates a C-Bus PC Interface Module for
communications to the C-Bus Network. Programming of the C-Bus side of the
Network Interface can be done in the same manner as programming a standard PC
Interface.
The Network Interface must be supplied with power at the 9-12VAC/DC terminal for
programming of either the C-Bus or Ethernet sides of the unit. NOTE: Connection is
not polarity sensitive, pure pack is not supplied.
The PC Interface Module must be programmed to set a unique identification (Unit
Address) and mode of operation on the C-Bus network. The C-Bus Installation
Software can be used to configure all operational parameters.
The PC Interface Module must be programmed using 5000S/2 C-Bus Installation
Software v2.1.3 (or higher). C-Bus Service Pack v2.1.3 is a software plug-in designed
to upgrade your existing C-Bus Installation Software v2.0 to the current build standard.
Many new features and enhancements are added, including programming support for
latest release C-Bus products.
C-Bus Service Pack v2.1.3 is available for download from the Clipsal Integrated
Systems web site ‘www.clipsal.com/cis’. If web access is not available, simply
complete the software coupon included. Forward the coupon to us and we will mail a
CD-ROM containing the Service Pack to you.
Further information about the programming of the PC Interface Module can be found in
the C-Bus Manual (5000S/2).
10.0 Ethernet Side Programming Requirements
This Network Interface product when connected to an Ethernet Network, may be
configured with standard TCP/IP commands. The default configuration of the unit uses
a DHCP server to assign it with an IP address. However the ‘arp’ command may be
used with the unit’s MAC address (available from the sticker on the unit) to define a
particular IP address.
If the Network Interface has no address, it will set its address from the first directed
TCP/IP packet it receives. The arp method is available under Windows based
systems.
In order for the arp command to work on Windows, the arp table on the PC must have
at least one IP address defined other than its own. If the arp table is empty the
command will return an error message. Type ‘arp –a’ at the DOS prompt to verify that
there is at least one entry in the arp table.
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If the local machine is the only entry, ping another IP address on your network to build
a new entry in the arp table; the IP address must be a host other than the machine on
which you are working. Once there is at least one additional entry in the arp table, use
the following command to arp an IP address to the Network Interface.
arp -s 191.12.3.77 00-20-4a-xx-xx-xx
Now open a Telnet connection on port 1. The connection will fail quickly, but the Network
Interface will temporarily change its IP address to the one designated in this step.
telnet 191.12.3.77 1
Finally, open a Telnet connection to port 9999 and set all required parameters, or the
browser connection.
telnet 191.12.3.77 9999
NOTE: This IP address is temporary and will revert to the default value when the
Network Interface power is reset, unless you log into the Network Interface and store
the changes permanently.
Use a cross over cable for a point to point connection, i.e. NIC to Network Interface.
Use a standard patch cable for a network, i.e. NIC to HUB to Network Interface.
Using a Web browser
If your Network Interface already has an IP address you can log into it using a
standard Web browser with Java enabled.
Type the Network Interface IP address into the Web browser’s URL (address/location)
field.
Select ‘connect’ to login and gain access to the configuration menu.
11.0
Power Surges
The Network Interface is not directly connected to the mains, however voltage surges
applied to the AC/DC input should be avoided. Each unit incorporates transient
protection circuitry, but additional external power surge protection devices should be
used to enhance system immunity to power surges. It is strongly recommended that
over-voltage equipment such as the Clipsal 970 series is installed at the switchboard.
12.0
Megger Testing
Megger testing of an electrical installation that has C-Bus units connected will not
cause any damage to the 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.
Megger testing must never be performed on the C-Bus data cabling or terminals as it
may degrade the performance of the network.
13.0
Important Warning
The use of any non C-Bus Software in conjunction with the hardware installation
without the written consent of Clipsal Integrated Systems may void any warranties
applicable to the hardware.
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14.0 Standards Complied
The units have been designed to meet Australian and European standards for EMC
Compliance and Safety.
AS/NZS3548:1992
Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio
Interference of Information Technology Equipment
IEC61000-6-3:1996
Generic Emission
15.0
Product Specifications
Electrical Specifications
Catalogue Number
C-Bus Input Voltage
Current Drawn
5500CN
15 - 36VDC
0mA
Ambient Conditions
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity Range
0 - 45°C
10 – 95% RH
Terminals
C-Bus Side
Ethernet Side
RJ45 Connectors (2 off)
RJ45 Connector
Size
Dimensions
Weight
16.0
72 x 85 x 65 (L x W x D in millimetres)
130gm
Mechanical Specifications
72
65
85
17.0
Dimensions in millimetres
NOTE: No user serviceable
parts inside.
Technical Support and Troubleshooting
For further assistance in using the C-Bus Network Interface, 5500CN, please consult your nearest
Clipsal Integrated Systems Sales Representative or Technical Support Officer.
Technical Support Email [email protected]
Sales Support Email [email protected]
Clipsal Integrated Systems Website
Please visit the Clipsal Integrated Systems Website for information on new product developments,
online software registration, software upgrades, plus much more.
Website clipsal.com/cis
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Telephone
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International Representatives
New Zealand
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Free Phone
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