Wiser™ Home Controller

Wiser™ Home Controller
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02/2010
Instruction Bulletin
Wiser™ Home Controller
Set Up Guide
INTRODUCTION
The Wiser™ Home Controller provides an easy-to-use graphical user interface
(GUI) to access the C-Bus™ network and other applications. The Wiser Home
Controller lets you monitor and control your home environment locally or
remotely over the Internet.
Figure 1: The Wiser™ Home Controller
About This Bulletin
This bulletin provides basic information. For complete instructions, refer to the
Wiser Home Controller Installation Instructions found on the Wiser USB thumb
drive provided.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Before you begin to set up a unit, verify that your order is complete by
comparing the contents of the package with the appropriate items in the table
below. Also verify that the catalog number on the box label matches your
order.
Table 1: Contents of the Box
Item
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Quantity
Wiser Home Controller router
1
C-Bus Network Interface (CNI)
1
Busbar assembly
1
USB thumb drive (includes installation and user documentation)
1
Power supply
1
Cat.5e network cable [Approximately 80 in. (203 cm)]
1
Link and support stand
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Figure 2: The Home Controller Components
KEY:
A. Home Controller
B. LAN ports
C. Busbar
D. Power supply connection
E. From the internet
F. C-Bus network cable access
G. Optional support stand attachment location
H. C-Bus Network Interface (CNI)
I. Plastic link (shown attached to CNI)
J. Antennas
Figure 3: Connecting the Bus Bar to the Router and CNI
KEY:
1. CNI
2. Home Controller Router
3. Bus bar
A. Provision for C-Bus cable connection
B. C-Bus connection plug (CNI)
C. Bus bar WAN connection
D. Bus bar AC Power supply connection
E. WAN feed through
REQUIRED SOFTWARE
When installing the Home Controller, you must use the downloaded versions
of the following software applications:
 PICED setup software, version 4.7, or later.
 C-Bus Toolkit setup software, version 1.10.8, or later.
Installing the Software and Product Documents on Your PC
The USB thumb drive contains the link to the required C-Bus software
downloads web page.
1. On the Web, go to at http://clipsal.com/cis/technical/. Select "downloads".
2. Install the PICED software setup packages on your PC.
NOTE: Download and install the latest version of C-Bus Toolkit as well.
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ASSEMBLING THE HOME CONTROLLER COMPONENTS
Refer to the figure "The Home Controller Components".
Connecting the CNI to the C-Bus Network Cable
Open the cable access cover on the CNI. Follow the instructions below for
making the proper C-Bus connections. Refer to the figure "Connecting the CNI
to the C-Bus Network Cable".
Figure 4: Connecting the CNI to the C-Bus Network Cable
KEY:
A. Plastic Strain Relief
B. Cable Access Cover
C. C-Bus Terminal Block
D. Ethernet (LAN) RJ-45 Socket
E. AC Power Supply Connection
Reminder- remove reference to bootlace ferrules
Remove the reference to Bootlace Ferrules from the word doc.
Connection to the C-Bus Network
The Home Controller is connected to the C-Bus network through a C-Bus
network cable that uses unshielded twisted pair (UTP) Category 5 data cable.
For optimal performance, use the connections recommended below for each
end of the cable. Attach the bootlace terminals to the twisted pairs of the
C-Bus network cable.
NOTE: The C-Bus network connection is polarity sensitive. The polarity is
marked on the unit beside the terminals.
NOTE: Do not solder wires used to connect the unit to the C-Bus network
through the terminal block connections.
HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPLOSION, OR ARC FLASH
Do not connect line voltage to any C-Bus terminal.
Failure to follow this instruction can result in personal injury or
equipment or property damage.
Figure 5: C-Bus Wiring Connections
KEY:
A. C-Bus positive (+)
B. C-Bus negative (–)
C. Remote OFF: brown + brown-white*
D. Remote ON: green + green-white*
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Table 2: C-Bus Cable Conductor Assignments
Terminal
C-Bus Network
Connection
Cable Color
Not connected
Remote ON*
Green-White
Not connected
Remote ON*
Green
C-Bus Neg (–)
C-Bus Neg (–)
Orange-White
C-Bus Neg (–)
C-Bus Neg (–)
Blue-White
C-Bus Pos (+)
C-Bus Pos (+)
Blue
C-Bus Pos (+)
C-Bus Pos (+)
Orange
Not connected
Remote OFF*
Brown-White
Not connected
Remote OFF*
Brown
*Not internally connected.
HAZARD OF UNSTABLE OPERATION OR NETWORK OVERVOLTAGE

Do not connect C-Bus network to a PC communications port.
Do not Megger® test C-Bus or Ethernet data cabling or terminals.
Failure to follow these instructions can cause damage to the
equipment.

NOTE: Wireless C-Bus devices require a C-Bus Wireless Gateway unit. They
do not communicate directly with the Wiser Home Controller's wireless LAN.
Installing the Plastic Strain Relief
Install the plastic strain relief piece as shown in the figure "Connecting the CNI
to the C-Bus Network Cable". Replace the Cable Access cover. The CNI is
now ready for attachment to the router and busbar.
CONFIGURATION
To access the user interface (GUI) and router configuration pages use an
Internet browser on the configuration PC and enter the following device IP
address:
Device IP address
http://192.168.2.1
User name
admin
Password
admin
Refer to the Wiser Home Controller installation instruction bulletin for more
information about configuration.
SUPPORT AND SERVICE
Contact the Customer Information Center for technical support by phone at 1-888-778-2733 or e-mail at
lightingcontrol.support@us.schneider-electric.com.
Contact your local Schneider Electric service representative or C-Bus™ system certified installer for repairs or service to your
network.
You may also find helpful information on our web site at www.Schneider-Electric.us.
Schneider Electric, USA
320 Tech Park Drive, Suite 100
La Vergne, TN, 37086
1-888-778-2733
www.schneider-electric.us
C-Bus and Wiser are trademarks or registered trademarks of Schneider Electric and/or
its affiliates in the United States and/or other countries.
Electrical equipment should be installed, operated, serviced, and maintained only by
qualified personnel. No responsibility is assumed by Schneider Electric for any
consequences arising out of the use of this material.
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