Installation Guide

Installation Guide
Installation Guide
NXA-ICSNET ICSNet Card for X100-Series Controllers
Overview
The NXA-ICSNET ICSNet Daughter Card (FG2105-10) is used to provide
ICSNet connectivity for NI-2100 and NI-3100 units that are not already
ICSNet-ready.
Chassis housing screws
(6 on top, 3 on each side)
(top panel)
ICSNet
cover plate
(rear panel)
FIG. 1 NXA-ICSNET ICSNet Daughter Card
This card is already installed within the NI-4100 NetLinx Integrated Controller,
and the versions of both the NI-2100 and the NI-3100 that are ICSNet-Ready
(FG2105-14 and FG2105-15, respectively).
Phoenix
connector
It is an optional accessory to both the baseline NI-2100 and NI-3100 units.
The NI-2100 (FG2105-04) can be upgraded to provide one ICSHub and two
ICSNet ports through either a field installation of the optional NXA-ICSNET card
or by purchasing the ICSNet-ready version (FG2105-14) directly from AMX.
The NI-3100 (FG2105-05) can also be upgraded to provide one ICSHub and two
ICSNet ports through either a field installation of the optional NXA-ICSNET card
or by purchasing the ICSNet-ready version (FG2105-15) directly from AMX.
Removable ICSNet
cover plate
FIG. 3 Chassis and motherboard removal overview for NI-2100 and NI-3100 units
Removing the Motherboard
CAUTION: OBSERVE ESD PRECAUTIONS!
1.
2.
3.
Outside the chassis, remove all Phoenix connectors. (FIG. 3)
Inside the chassis, unplug the ribbon cable from motherboard.
Outside the chassis, remove the eleven screws securing motherboard to
chassis, and carefully remove the motherboard. (FIG. 3)
Installing the NXA-ICSNet Daughter Card
1.
FIG. 2 Identifying upgradeable units (not ICSNet-ready)
Working on a grounded surface, insert the 3 nylon screws through the
motherboard and thread on the 3 nylon spacers until they are seated firmly
against the motherboard (FIG. 4).
Note: The NI-2100 and NI-3100 upgrade procedures are identical.
The NXA-ICSNET comes with all required mounting hardware:
•
•
•
3 nylon screws
3 nylon nuts
3 nylon spacers
Removing the Outer Housing
CAUTION: THE ELECTRONICS WITHIN THIS UNIT AS WELL AS THE
ICSNET CARD ARE ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE (ESD) SENSITIVE. ALL
SERVICE TO THIS UNIT MUST BE PERFORMED ON A PROPERLY
GROUNDED SURFACE. PLEASE ENSURE THAT ANY PERSONS
PERFORMING SERVICE ON THIS UNIT BE PROPERLY GROUNDED AND
OBSERVE ALL ESD PREVENTION PROCEDURES IN ORDER TO AVOID
DAMAGE TO THE UNIT.
1.
2.
Carefully detach all connectors from the rear of the unit (see FIG. 3).
Remove the chassis housing screws from both the sides and top of the
NI-2100/3100 Controllers, as shown in FIG. 3 by using a grounded
screwdriver.
The NI-2100/3100 units each have six screws on the top and three on both
sides.
• You can also remove the factory-installed mounting brackets by using a
grounded screwdriver to remove the two sets of screws securing these
brackets.
3.
Carefully pull-up and remove the housing from the Controller to expose the
internal circuit board.
4.
Place the housing aside for later re-installation and continue with the procedures in the following sections to both remove the ICSNet cover plate
and install the NXA-ICSNET card.
FIG. 4 Nylon hardware on motherboard
2.
3.
4.
Orient the NXA-ICSNET card such that the three screws in the motherboard align with the three mounting holes in the ICSNET card.
Gently lower the NXA-ICSNET card with the nylon screws going through
the mounting holes, until the card connector is fully engaged, and the
NXA-ICSNET card is seated on the nylon spacers.
Thread on the other 3 nylon spacers until they are seated firmly against the
NXA-ICSNET card. Securely tighten; however, do not over tighten. (FIG. 5)
ICSNet card
connector
3 mounting holes
used to secure ICSNet
card to the main board.
FIG. 5 ICSNET card seated against motherboard
FIG. 8 NXA-ICSNET card components
Removing ICSNet Cover Plate
The ICSNet cover plate is designed so that the flaps can be easily bent without
using any tools.
CAUTION: Do not use a metal tool to assist in this removal process. This plate
can be easily bent and can become damaged with excessive force.
1.
Inside the enclosure. locate the 3 internal ICSNet cover plate security
flaps (FIG. 6).
Replacing Motherboard/Daughter Card Assembly
1.
2.
3.
4.
Carefully replace motherboard into chassis housing.
Fasten with 11 mounting screws. See FIG. 3.
Reattach ribbon cable to motherboard.
Reattach Phoenix connectors.
Replacing the Outer Housing
1.
Align the chassis back over the unit and gently slide it down until the
chassis housing openings are aligned over their respective openings
along both the sides and top of the unit.
2.
Insert and secure the chassis housing screws back into their
respective locations on both the sides and top of the NI-2100/3100 Controllers, as shown in FIG. 3 by using a grounded screwdriver.
• Re-install the mounting brackets by using a grounded screwdriver to resecure the two sets of screws securing these brackets (FIG. 3).
3.
Re-install all connectors and apply power to the unit.
Compact Flash Card
Internal ICSNet
security flaps (3)
The finished product is an upgraded NI-X100 Controller with one new ICSHub
and two new ICSNet ports available at the rear of the unit (FIG. 9).
FIG. 6 ICSNet security flaps (rear panel, inside view)
2.
3.
4.
Reach inside the unit and squeeze together the flap closest to the Compact Flash card.
Carefully repeat this process for the remaining two flaps.
Push out the ICSNet cover plate from the inside of the unit. This action
dislodges the cover plate and reveals the three ICSNet
connector openings (FIG. 7).
FIG. 9 NXA-ICSNET card connectors
Additional Documentation
Push out
For more detailed installation, configuration, and operating instructions,
refer to the NetLinx Integrated Controllers (NI-2100, NI-3100, and NI-4100
Series) Instruction Manual, available online at www.amx.com.
Removable
ICSNet cover plate
FIG. 7 ICSNet cover plate location
For full warranty information, refer to the AMX Instruction Manual(s) associated with your Product(s).
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