EZ-LIGHT K70 Wireless Touch Button

EZ-LIGHT K70 Wireless Touch Button
EZ-LIGHT® K70 Wireless Touch Button
Datasheet
Sure Cross® Wireless K70 Touch Buttons combine the best of Banner's popular Touch Button family with its reliable, fieldproven, Sure Cross wireless architecture.
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Available in 900 MHz and 2.4 GHz ISM Bands
Up to three colors in one device
Rugged, water-resistant IP65 housing with UV-stabilized material
Bright, uniform indicator segments appear gray when off to eliminate false
indication from ambient light
Excellent immunity to false triggering by water spray, detergents, oils, and other
foreign materials
Ergonomically designed to eliminate hand, wrist, and arm stresses associated with
repeated switch operation; require no physical force to operate
Models
K70 Wireless Model Key
Housing
K70
Radio Band
Activation
Method
DXN2
T2
DXN2 - Node 2.4 GHz
DXN9 - Node 900 MHz
T2 = Touch
Color/Position
1
2
3
G
R
Connection
Q
Y
Blank = None
G = Green
Y = Yellow
R = Red
B = Blue
W = White
Blank = 2 m Integral Cable
Q = M12/Euro-style Integral QD
QP = Pigtail with M12/Euro-style QD
QD models require mating cordset
Example model number: K70DXN9T2GRYQ
Configuration Instructions
Set the Radio Module DIP Switches
Before applying power to the device, set the radio module's DIP switches.
Default configurations are noted with (*). After changing DIP switch
positions, cycle power to the device for the changes to take effect.
DIP Switches
Binding
Push Button
LED
DIP Switch 1: Radio Transmit Power—The 900 MHz radios can be operated at 1 watt (30 dBm) or 250 mW (24 dBm).
While the Performance radios operate in 1 Watt mode, they cannot communicate with the older 150 mW radios. To
communicate with the older 150 mW radios, operate this radio in 250 mW mode. For 2.4 GHz models, this DIP switch is
disabled. The transmit power for 2.4 GHz is fixed at about 65 mW EIRP (18 dBm), making the 2.4 GHz Performance
models automatically compatible with older 2.4 GHz models.
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DIP Switch 1 Position
900 MHz Models
OFF *
1 Watt (30 dBm) Operation
ON
250 mW (24 dBm) Operation
2.4 GHz Models
Disabled
DIP Switch 2: Touch Button Behavior—Use DIP Switch 2 to set the latching or momentary behavior of the touch
button.
DIP Switch 2 Position
900 MHz and 2.4 GHz Models
OFF *
Latching—Output toggles between activated and non-activated on successive touches
ON
Momentary—Remains activated while touch is present
DIP Switches 3 and 4: Indicator Mapping—DIP switches 3 and 4 map the activation of the touch button to the one of
the indicator light colors/positions to give visual feedback when the touch output is active.
DIP Switches
Touch Button to Indicator Mapping
3
4
OFF *
OFF *
Mapped to Color / Position 1
OFF
ON
Mapped to Color / Position 2
ON
OFF
Mapped to Color / Position 3
ON
ON
Mapping disabled
Assembling the K70
Align notches on
dome and base and
press together
2
Rotate the dome
clockwise to
lock into place
(notches shown in
locked position).
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Wiring Diagrams
M12/Euro-style Pinouts (Male)
1 = brown
3 = blue
1
1
3
Key
2
12–30 V dc
3
4
5
Bind the K70 to the Gateway and Assign the Node Address
Before beginning the binding procedure, apply power to all the devices.
DIP Switches
Binding
Push Button
LED
1. Enter binding mode on the Gateway.
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For board modules, triple-click the button.
For housed models, triple-click button 2.
On the board modules, the green/red LED flashes. On the housed models, both LEDs flash red.
2. Assign the K70 a Node address using the Gateway's rotary dials. Use the left rotary dial for the left digit and the right
rotary dial for the right digit. For example, to assign your K70 to Node 01, set the left dial to 0 and the right dial to 1.
Valid Node addresses are 01 through 47.
3. Remove any components to access the circuit board in the base module of the K70.
4. Enter binding mode on the K70 by triple-clicking the button.
The bicolor LED flashes alternately while it searches for a Gateway in binding mode. After the K70 is bound, the LED is
red and green for four seconds (looks amber), then it flashes four times (looks amber). The K70 automatically exits
binding mode, cycles power, and enters Run mode.
5. Write the Node address on the provided label.
This makes it easier to identify the physical Node location within a multi-Node network.
6. Reassemble the components back onto the base.
7. Repeat steps 2 through 5 for as many K70 Wireless Touch Buttons as are needed for your network.
8. After binding all K70s, exit binding mode on the Gateway.
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For board modules, double-click the button.
For housed models, double-click button 2.
LED Behavior for the Nodes
Nodes do not sample inputs until they are communicating with the Gateway. The radios and antennas must be a minimum
distance apart to function properly. Recommended minimum distances are:
900 MHz 150 mW radios: 6 feet
900 MHz 1 Watt radios: 15 feet
2.4 GHz 65 mW radios: 1 foot
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LED (Bi-color)
Node Status
Flashing green
Radio link okay
Green and red flashing alternately
In Binding mode
Both colors are solid for 4 seconds, then flash 4 times; looks amber
Binding mode is complete
Flashing red, once every 3 seconds
Radio link error
Flashing red, once every second
Device error
Sure Cross® User Configuration Tool
The User Configuration Tool (UCT) software runs on any Windows machine and uses a USB to RS-485 adapter cable to
connect your Gateway to the computer.
The User Configuration Tool (UCT) offers an easy way to link I/O points in
your wireless network, view I/O register values graphically, and set system
communication parameters when a host system is not part of the wireless
network. Download the most recent revisions of the UCT software from
Banner Engineering's website: http://www.bannerengineering.com/wireless.
The UCT requires a special USB to RS-485 (model number BWA-UCT-900 for
1 Watt radios, BWA-HW-006 can be used for all other radios) converter
cable to pass information between your computer and the Gateway.
Creating Flash Patterns
Use the User Configuration Tool (UCT) to set the Duty Cycle, For Outputs of Node 1, output 9, to 0x0F0F as shown below,
to achieve this flash pattern.
Flash a K70 light by entering a time-based bit mask into the Duty Cycle parameter for that output register. Bit 0
represents the first 62.5 ms time window, bit 1 represents the second 62.5 ms window, etc.
For example, turn ON the output from 0 to 250 ms, OFF from 250 to 500 ms, ON from 500 to 750 ms, then OFF again
from 750 ms to 1 second by writing 0x0F0F to the appropriate output.
Bit
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Bin
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
Hex
0
F
0
F
Light
Turned off from 750 ms to 1 s
Turned on from 500 to 750 ms
Turned off from 250 to 500 ms
Turned on from 0 to 250 ms
This example shows 0F0F being written to the Duty Cycle, For Outputs parameter for Node 1, output 9.
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Modbus Registers
I/O
Modbus Holding Register
I/O Type
Gateway
Any Node
1
1
1 + (Node# × 16)
Touch Input 1
7
7
7 + (Node# × 16)
Reserved
8
8
8 + (Node# × 16)
Device Message
9
9
9 + (Node# × 16)
10
10
11
11
15
16
I/O Range
Holding Register
Representation (Dec.)
Color #
Min.
Max.
Min.
Max.
0
1
0
1
Discrete OUT 9
0
1
0
1
Color 1
10 + (Node# × 16)
Discrete OUT 10
0
1
0
1
Color 2
11 + (Node# × 16)
Discrete OUT 11
0
1
0
1
Color 3
15
15 + (Node# × 16)
Control Message
16
16 + (Node# × 16)
Reserved
Use the User Configuration Tool (UCT) software to define unique synchronous flash patterns for the lights.
Specifications
Touch Button
Supply Voltage
12 to 30 V dc (Outside the USA: 12 to 24 V dc, ± 10%) 1
900 MHz Consumption: Maximum current draw is < 40 mA and typical
current draw is < 30 mA at 24 V dc. (2.4 GHz consumption is less.)
Indicator Response Time
Off Response: 150 µs (maximum) at 12 to 30 V dc
On Response: 180 ms (maximum) at 12 V dc; 50 ms (maximum) at 30
V dc
Supply Current
< 220 mA maximum current at 12 V dc
< 110 mA maximum current at 30 V dc
Indicators
1 to 3 colors depending on model: Green, Red, Yellow, Blue, and White
LEDs are independently selected
Supply Protection Circuitry
Protected against transient voltages
Required Overcurrent Protection
WARNING: Electrical connections must be
made by qualified personnel in accordance
with local and national electrical codes and
regulations.
Construction
Polycarbonate
Connections
Integral 5-pin M12/Euro-style male quick disconnect (QD); 150 mm (6
in) pigtail PVC cable with a 5-pin M12/Euro-style male quick disconnect
(QD); or a 2 m (6.5 ft) unterminated 5-wire cable depending on the
model ordered
Operating Conditions
−40 °C to +50 °C (−40 °F to +122 °F)
95% at +50 °C maximum relative humidity (non-condensing)
Environmental Rating
IEC IP65
Vibration and Mechanical Shock
Vibration 10 Hz to 55 Hz 0.5 mm p-p amplitude per IEC 60068-2-6
Shock 15G 11 ms duration, half sine wave per IEC 60068-2-27
Certifications
Overcurrent protection is required to be provided by end product
application per the supplied table.
Overcurrent protection may be provided with external fusing or via
Current Limiting, Class 2 Power Supply.
Supply wiring leads < 24 AWG shall not be spliced.
For additional product support, go to http://
www.bannerengineering.com.
Supply Wiring (AWG)
Required Overcurrent Protection (Amps)
20
5.0
22
3.0
24
2.0
26
1.0
28
0.8
30
0.5
1 For European applications, power this device from a Limited Power Source as defined in EN 60950-1.
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Radio
Radio Range2
900 MHz, 1 Watt (Internal antenna): Up to 3.2 km (2 miles)
2.4 GHz, 65 mW (Internal antenna): Up to 1000 m (3280 ft) with line
of sight
Minimum Separation Distance
900 MHz, 1 Watt: 4.57 m (15 ft)
2.4 GHz, 65 mW: 0.3 m (1 ft)
900 MHz Compliance (1 Watt)
FCC ID UE3RM1809: This device complies with FCC Part 15, Subpart C,
15.247
IC: 7044A-RM1809
Radiated Immunity HF
10 V/m (EN 61000-4-3)
Spread Spectrum Technology
FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum)
Link Timeout
Gateway: Configurable via User Configuration Tool (UCT) software
Node: Defined by Gateway
2.4 GHz Compliance
FCC ID UE300DX80-2400 - This device complies with FCC Part 15,
Subpart C, 15.247
ETSI EN 300 328 V1.8.1 (2012-06)
IC: 7044A-DX8024
Dimensions
R31.8
[1.25]
70.0
[2.76]
49.7
[1.96]
63.5
[2.50]
20.9
[.82]
24.9
[.98]
M30 x 1.5-6g
M12 x 1-6g
8.0
[.32]
All measurements are listed in millimeters (inches), unless noted otherwise.
Accessories
Cordsets
5-Pin Threaded M12/Euro-Style Cordsets—Single Ended
Model
MQDC1-501.5
Length
Style
Dimensions
0.50 m (1.5 ft)
MQDC1-506
1.83 m (6 ft)
MQDC1-515
4.57 m (15 ft)
2
1
44 Typ.
3
4
Straight
MQDC1-530
Pinout (Female)
9.14 m (30 ft)
M12 x 1
ø 14.5
5
1 = Brown
2 = White
3 = Blue
4 = Black
5 = Gray
2 Radio range significantly decreases without line of sight. Always verify your wireless network's range by running a site survey.
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5-Pin Threaded M12/Euro-Style Cordsets—Single Ended
Model
Length
MQDC1-506RA
1.83 m (6 ft)
MQDC1-515RA
4.57 m (15 ft)
Style
Dimensions
32 Typ.
[1.26"]
30 Typ.
[1.18"]
Right-Angle
MQDC1-530RA
Pinout (Female)
9.14 m (30 ft)
M12 x 1
ø 14.5 [0.57"]
All measurements are listed in millimeters, unless noted otherwise.
Mounting Brackets
SMB30A
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Right-angle bracket with
curved slot for versatile
orientation
45
SMB30MM
C
Clearance for M6 (¼ in)
hardware
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Mounting hole for 30 mm
sensor
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12-ga. stainless steel
A
69
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30 mm hole for mounting
sensors
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Articulation slots for 90°+
rotation
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12-ga. 300 series stainless
steel
Hole center spacing: A=26.0, A to B=13.0
Hole size: A=26.8 x 7.0, B=ø 6.5, C=ø 31.0
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Clearance for M6 (¼ in)
hardware
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Mounting hole for 30 mm
sensor
57
70
C
57
B
A
Hole center spacing: A = 51, A to B = 25.4
Hole size: A = 42.6 x 7, B = ø 6.4, C = ø 30.1
SMBAMS30P
Flat SMBAMS series bracket
12-ga. stainless steel bracket
with curved mounting slots
for versatile orientation
B
Hole center spacing: A to B=40
Hole size: A=ø 6.3, B= 27.1 x 6.3, C=ø 30.5
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61
45
C
93
A
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Single 30 mm hole
B
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8 gauge steel, black finish
(zinc-plated)
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Front surface for customer
applied labels
60
85
SSA-MBK-EEC1
80
45
B
A
Hole size: A = ø 7 , B = ø 30
All measurements are listed in millimeters, unless noted otherwise.
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