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Omnitron iConverter 1-Module Chassis
iConverter®
1-Module Power Chassis
User Manual
140 Technology Dr., #500 Irvine, CA 92618 USA
Phone: (949) 250-6510; Fax: (949) 250-6514
iConverter
1-Module Power Chassis User Manual
Warning
The operating description in this Instruction Manual is for use by qualified personnel only. To
avoid electrical shock, do not perform any servicing of this module other than that contained
in the operating instructions, unless you are qualified and certified to do so by Omnitron
Systems Technology, Inc.
Caution
1. 0 GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The 1-Module iConverter Power Chassis supports a single iConverter module and is powered
by an external AC power adapter or an external DC power source (20 to 60VDC).
All user-required operations can be performed without opening the chassis. Never
attempt to open or remove the cover or tamper with the chassis. There are no user replaceable
or serviceable parts in this unit. Equipment is not intended to be installed and used in a place
(home, school, or public area) accessible to the general population.
Warranty
This product is warranted to the original purchaser against defects in material and
workmanship for a period of TWO YEARS from the date of shipment. A LIFETIME warranty
may be obtained by the original purchaser by REGISTERING this product with Omnitron
within 90 days from the date of shipment. TO REGISTER, COMPLETE AND MAIL OR FAX
THE ENCLOSED REGISTRATION FORM. Or you may register your product on the Internet
at http://www.omnitron-systems.com. During the warranty period, Omnitron will, at its option,
repair or replace a product which is proven to be defective.
For warranty service, the product must be sent to an Omnitron designated facility, at Buyer’s
expense. Omnitron will pay the shipping charge to return the product to Buyer’s designated
US address using Omnitron’s standard shipping method.
Limitation of Warranty
The foregoing warranty shall not apply to defects resulting from improper or inadequate use
and/or maintenance of the equipment by Buyer, Buyer-supplied equipment, Buyer-supplied
interfacing, unauthorized modifications or tampering with equipment (including removal of
equipment cover by personnel not specifically authorized and certified by Omnitron), or
misuse, or operating outside the environmental specification of the product (including but
not limited to voltage, ambient temperature, radiation, unusual dust, etc.), or improper site
preparation or maintenance. No other warranty is expressed or implied. Omnitron specifically
disclaims the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for any particular purpose.
Exclusive Remedies
The remedies provided herein are the Buyer’s sole and exclusive remedies. Omnitron shall
not be liable for any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages, whether
based on contract, tort, or any legal theory.
Fig. 1 1-Module Power Chassis (Shown without modules installed)
This User Manual describes the following models:
Chassis Type
1-Module
Chassis
US AC
Adapter
1-Module
Chassis
Universal AC
Adapter
1-Module
Chassis
US AC
Adapter
1-Module
Chassis
Universal AC
Adapter
1-Module
Chassis
48VDC
1-Module Chassis
8240-1
(3.3 Watts)
8240-2
(3.3 Watts)
8242-1
(8.3 Watts)
8242-2
(8.3 Watts)
8242-9
(8.3 Watts)
1-Module Chassis
with Dying Gasp
Support
8241-1
(5 Watts)
8241-2
(5 Watts)
8243-1
(8.3 Watts)
8243-2
(8.3 Watts)
8243-9
(8.3 Watts)
Wall-Mount
Hardware Kit
8249-0
DIN Rail
Mounting Kit
8250-0
NEBS Grounding Kit
N/A
9123-0
For wide temperature (-40 to 60o C) add a “W” to the end of the model number.
Consult factory for extended temperature (-40 to +75o C) models.
1.1 Dying Gasp Trap
The 8241-1, 8241-2, 8243-1, 8243-2 and 8243-9 chassis feature Dying Gasp Trap, which
reports loss of power input or chassis power supply failure. This feature requires an iConverter
management module be installed in the chassis. When power failure occurs, the chassis
reserves enough power to keep the installed module running in order to send a final SNMP
alert to the management software.
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3.0 INSTALLATION
3.3 DC Powered Chassis Site Preparation
3.1 Installing Module
Power source should be available within 5 ft. of the chassis. The over current protection for
connection with centralized DC shall be provided in the building installation, and shall be
a UL listed circuit breaker rated 20 Amps, and installed per the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA-70.
Carefully slide the module into the open slot in the chassis. Align the module with the
installation guides and ensure that the module is firmly seated against the backplane. Secure
the module by fastening the front panel thumbscrew (push in and turn clockwise to tighten)
to the chassis front.
3.2 AC Powered Chassis
To power the unit using the AC/DC adapter, connect the AC/DC adapter to the AC outlet.
Then connect the barrel plug at the end of the wire on the AC/DC adapter to the DC barrel
connector (center-positive) on the unit. Route the power cable through the provided strain
relief for additional support. Confirm that the unit has powered up properly by checking the
Power LED located on the front of the installed module. Use only the supplied AC/DC power
adapter to power the chassis.
NOTE: The 8242-x and 8243-x models use a different AD/DC power adapter than the
8240-x and 8241-x models. The DC barrel connector on the 8242-x and 8243-x is a
2.1mm center connector and supplies a nominal 48VDC. The DC barrel connector on
the 8240-x and 8241-x is a 2.5mm center connector and supplies a nominal 9VDC.
If installing with the NEBS Mounting Kit for 8242-x and 8243-x models, secure the grounding
wire to the ground lug. See Figure 2 for the location of the grounding lug.
This equipment requires 20-60VDC/0.6Amp rated power. Appropriate overloading protection
should be provided on the DC power source outlets utilized.
WARNING: Only a DC power source that complies with
safety extra low voltage (SELV) requirements can be
connected to the DC-input power supply.
o
WARNING REGARDING EARTHING GROUND:
This equipment shall be connected to the DC supply system
earthing electrode conductor or to a bonding jumper from an
earthing terminal bar or bus to which the DC supply system
earthing electrode is connected.
o This equipment shall be located in the same immediate area
(such as adjacent cabinets) as any other equipment that has
a connection between the earthed conductor of the same DC
supply circuit and the earthing conductor, and also the point
of earthing of the DC system. The DC system shall not be
earthed elsewhere.
o The DC supply source is to be located within the same
premises as this equipment.
o There shall be no switching or disconnecting devices in the
earthed circuit conductor between the DC source and the
earthing electrode conductor.
The standard operating temperature of this equipment is 0 to 50 degrees C. If installed in
a closed or multi-module rack assembly, the operating ambient temperature of the rack
must not exceed the maximum rated 50 degrees C. See specifications on page 7 for wide
temperature ranges.
Fig. 2 Rear of 1-Module Power Chassis,
Models 8242-x and 8243-x with AC Power Connector
Installation of the equipment should be such that the air flow in the front, back and top vents
of the chassis are not compromised or restricted.
Never use this equipment to carry any weight except its own. Never use it as a shelf to support weight of other equipment.
3.4 DC Powered Chassis Mounting
Locate the DC circuit breaker of the external power source, and switch the circuit breaker
to the OFF position.
Prepare a power cable using a three conductor insulated wire (not supplied) with a 14 AWG
gauge minimum. Cut the power cable to the length required.
Strip approximately 3/8 of an inch of insulation from the power cable wires.
Connect the power cables to the iConverter Chassis by fastening the stripped ends to the
DC power connector. Route the power cables through the provided strain relief for additional
support.
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WARNING: Note the wire colors used in making the positive, negative and ground connections. Use the same color assignment for the connection at the circuit breaker.
Connect the power wires to the circuit breaker and switch the circuit breaker ON. If any modules
are installed, their Power LED should indicate the presence of power.
If installing with the NEBS Mounting Kit for 8242-9 and 8243-9 models, secure the grounding
wire to the ground lug. See Figure 3 for the location of the grounding lug.
4.0 SPECIFICATIONS
Model Number
8240-1 /
8241-1
8240-2 /
8241-2
8242-1 /
8243-1
8242-2 /
8243-2
8242-9 /
8243-9
Wall Power
Supply
Tabletop
Power Supply
Tabletop Power
Supply
Tabletop
Power Supply
User Supplied
US Plug
IEC 320
Socket
US Power Cord
IEC 320
Socket
3 Position
Terminal
120VAC / 60Hz
100 to 240VAC
50 / 60Hz
120VAC / 60Hz
100 to 240VAC
50 / 60Hz
20 to 60VDC*
Module Capacity
1
Power Supply Type
Power Supply
Connector
Power Requirements
0.2A @
120VAC
Dimensions
1.0A @
120VAC
0.2A @
120VAC
W: 3.8” x D: 5.5” x H: 1.0”
1.5 lbs.
Compliance
UL, CE, FCC Class A, NEBS Level 3
Temperature
Standard Operating
Wide Operating
WARNING!!!
NEVER ATTEMPT TO OPEN THE CHASSIS OR
SERVICE THE POWER SUPPLY. OPENING THE
CHASSIS MAY CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
THERE ARE NO USER REPLACEABLE OR
SERVICEABLE PARTS IN THIS UNIT.
0 to 50o C
-40 to 60o C
Humidity
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
Altitude
-100m to 4,000m
MTBF (hrs)
0.6A Max
W: 3.8” x D: 6.0” x H: 1.0”
Weight
Fig. 3 Rear of 1-Module Power Chassis,
Models 8242-9 and 8243-9 with DC Power Connector
1.0A @
120VAC
250,000
100,000
260,000
260,000
2,700,000
* Effective range is 18 to 60VDC when using a module without dying gasp support.
5.0 CUSTOMER SUPPORT INFORMATION
If you encounter problems while installing this product, contact Omnitron Technical
Support:
Phone:
(949) 250-6510
Fax:
(949) 250-6514
Address:
Omnitron Systems Technology, Inc.
140 Technology Dr., #500
Irvine, CA 92618, USA
Email:
support@omnitron-systems.com
URL:
www.omnitron-systems.com
040-08240-001H 11/09
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