DMX-1005 Programming - Douglas Lighting Controls

24-Relay DMX512 Interface
DESCRIPTION
PART No.
DMX-1005
24-Relay DMX Interface
DMX Signal
Common
DataData+
Aux DataAux Data+
XLR5 Pin
1
2
3
4
5
Terminal
SHLD COM
D1D1+
D2D2+
SPECIFICATION
The DMX-1005 Interface provides a
means to control low voltage lighting
control relays using Entertainment
Industry Standard DMX512 protocol.
DMX-1005
24-Relay
DMX512 Interface
Connect 1 relay to an output terminal.
Power connections (white, blue) are to
same transformer used by relays.
DMX signal connections are to DMX IN.
DMX THRU connections are for daisychaining to other devices. Connections are:
Technical Data
DMX-1005
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Connect momentary or maintained
override switch to COM, AUX1 (OFF only)
or to COM, AUX2 (ON only). Jumper
AUX1/AUX2 and connect maintained
switch for ON/OFF override.
Connect form C SPDT contact relay to
CONTACT OUTPUT. Contact is activated
when DMX signal is present.
Configure relays to DMX Channels using
programming buttons. Refer to DMX-1005
Programming Guide for details.
Set DMX Terminate Switch to ON, unless
DMX signal is being daisy-chained to a
subsequent device.
Inputs
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The DMX-1005 Interface has 24 outputs
that switch Douglas relays.
Standard Douglas relay switches and
relay scanners can be used in
conjunction with the DMX-1005
Interface.
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The DMX-1005 Interface supports
ANSI E1.20 Remote Device
Management over the DMX512 signal
line which allows status monitoring.
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Outputs
24 Douglas relay outputs.
One form C (SPDT) contact output that
operates when a DMX signal is present.
Outputs send a switching signal when
DMX channel levels pass up or down
through the pre-set threshold.
Outputs can be set to fire in sequence or
in simultaneous blocks of eight relays.
Relay outputs are isolated from each
other. The pulse from a local switch
connected to a relay on one output will not
affect relays connected to other outputs.
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Terminal blocks are plug-in.
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DMX-1005
24-Relay DMX512 Interface
1
Power In LED is ON
when unit is receiving power.
Status LED not used.
DMX Input LED is ON when unit
is receiving DMX data signal.
9
XLR5 Pin
1
2
3
4
5
1 0
1 1
1 2
P O W E R IN
S T A T U S
D M X IN P U T
D 1 -
D 2 +
S H L D
C O M
T H R U
Connections for daisychaining DMX inputs to
other interfaces or devices.
D 2 +
D M X
D 1 D 1 +
N C C
D M X 5 1 2 -A
IS O L A T E D I N P U T
D 2 -
IN
D 1 +
D M X
S H L D
C O M
D 2 -
DMX Daisy-Chain
Connections
A D D R E S
P A T C
S C A
A U X -I
D M X D IS
R E L A Y T E S
Interfaces 4.7
1 8
O F F
2 0
2 1
2 2
2 3
2 4
W H IT E
B LU E
E A R T H G N D
Responds to RDM commands and queries
from compatible DMX control systems.
Card and relay discovery.
Relay status monitoring.
Relay cycle logging.
DMX error detection.
All user configuration options are
supported in RDM.
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N /O
Isolation
C O M
Auxiliary Input
Terminals (3)
N /C
C O M
A U X 1
A U X 2
S
N
N
P
T
E N T E R
O N
DMX Termination
Switch
Remote Device Management (RDM)
For connecting devices that are
to be enabled or disabled
whenever DMX signal is
present.
Connections are from an internal
form C contact output which is
activated by the DMX signal.
1 9
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D M X T E R M IN A T E
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Connect to 24VAC
Transformer in panel
(ground optional).
Auxiliary Output
Terminals (3)
1 7
E S C
Set to ON if DMX
signal is not daisy
chained.
If DMX signal is daisy
chained, set to OFF
unless DMX-1005 is
the last device in the
daisy chain.
C-4.7,8 -System Integration, DMX
SHLD COM
D1D1+
D2D2+
Connect momentary or maintained
override switch to COM, AUX1 (OFF only)
or to COM, AUX2 (ON only). Jumper
AUX1/AUX2 and connect maintained
switch for ON/OFF override.
Connect form C SPDT contact relay to
CONTACT OUTPUT. Contact is activated
when DMX signal is present.
Configure relays to DMX Channels using
programming buttons. Refer to DMX-1005
Programming Guide for details.
Set DMX Terminate Switch to ON, unless
DMX signal is being daisy-chained to a
subsequent device.
DMX Input Connections
Connections for cable shield
or common (SHLD COM) and
Data- and Data+ (D1-, D1+)
from DMX control console,
controller or opto-splitter.
Connections for auxiliary Data
signal provided (D2-, D2+).
Terminal
1 6
O U T P U T S
O U T P U T S
8
DMX Signal
Common
DataData+
Aux DataAux Data+
Power Terminals
1 5
R E L A Y
6
1 4
X F M R
2 4 V A C
5
2 4 to an
C H output
A N terminal.
N E L
Connect 1 relay
D M X R E (white,
L A Y blue)
D R are
I V toE R
Power connections
same transformer used by relays.
DMX signal connections are to DMX IN.
DMX THRU connections are for daisychaining to other devices. Connections are:
C O N T A C T
O U T P U T
3
4
7
Indicator LEDs
1 3
DMX-1005
24-Relay DMX Interface
2
R E L A Y
24 output connections (12 per
side) for Douglas 2-wire relays.
One output relay per terminal.
Douglas 2-wire switches can
be connected in parallel to
relays for override.
A U X
IN P U T S
Relay Output Connections
DMX512/1990 or DMX512-A or
DMX512/RDM.
DMX input can be assigned to control
the 24 relay outputs individually starting
from a base address, or by soft-patching
each relay to a discrete DMX channel.
All 512 DMX channel addresses are
supported.
One dry contact input, user- assignable to
any or all of the 24 relay outputs.
Programming/
Testing Displays
(2)
2-digit display shows
relay number
selected during
programming or
testing.
3-digit display shows
DMX channel
number selected
during programming
or testing.
For connecting momentary or
maintained switches or
contacts to override output
relays.
Connecting to AUX1 turns
relays ON and to AUX2
turns relays OFF.
For maintained contacts,
AUX1 and AUX2 can be
jumpered so relays turn ON
when contact closes and OFF
when contact opens.
DMX input is optically isolated from
relay control circuitry.
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Power
24VAC/150ma.
Class 2 low voltage device.
Power rating does not include power
used to switch relays.
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Environment
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Stationary, non-vibrating, non-corrosive
atmosphere & non-condensing humidity.
Ambient operating temp: -15O F to +140O F
(-25O C to +60O C).
DIMENSIONS & MOUNTING
Programming Buttons (4)
Press for selecting a
program and for saving
program data:
ESC -Leave program mode.
-Scroll up displayed
program selections.
-Scroll down displayed
program selections.
Enter -Enter the program
mode. Save selected
values.
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6.5"
(165)
35mm DIN
Rail Mounting
4.0"
(102)
1.75"
(45)
24-Relay DMX512 Interface
Technical Data
DMX-1005
CONNECTIONS
Individual
Override
Switches
RELAY PANEL
Transformer
W
B 24VAC
Sw
Sw
Relays
Relays
1
8
9
Terminal
SHLD COM
D1D1+
D2D2+
Connect momentary or maintained
override switch to COM, AUX1 (OFF only)
or to COM, AUX2 (ON only). Jumper
AUX1/AUX2 and connect maintained
switch for ON/OFF override.
Connect form C SPDT contact relay to
CONTACT OUTPUT. Contact is activated
when DMX signal is present.
Configure relays to DMX Channels using
programming buttons. Refer to DMX-1005
Programming Guide for details.
Set DMX Terminate Switch to ON, unless
DMX signal is being daisy-chained to a
subsequent device.
1 0
1 1
1 2
P O W E R IN
S T A T U S
D M X IN P U T
D 1 -
D 2 +
S H L D
C O M
D 1 +
D 2 +
T H R U
D 2 -
D M X
D 1 -
N C C D M X 5 1 2 -A
IS O L A T E D IN P U T
D 2 -
IN
D 1 +
D M X
S H L D
C O M
1 6
O U T P U T S
7
XLR5 Pin
1
2
3
4
5
R E L A Y
O U T P U T S
DMX Signal
Common
DataData+
Aux DataAux Data+
1 5
1 7
1 8
1 9
2 0
2 1
2 2
2 3
2 4
X F M R
2 4 V A C
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Connect 1 relay to an output terminal.
Power connections (white, blue) are to
same transformer used by relays.
DMX signal connections are to DMX IN.
DMX THRU connections are for daisychaining to other devices. Connections are:
W H IT E
B L U E
E A R T H
G N D
C O N T A C T
O U T P U T
R E L A Y
5
1 4
C O M
A U X
IN P U T S
3
4
DMX
XLR5
Cable
1 3
DMX-1005
24-Relay DMX Interface
2
N /O
N /C
C O M
A U X 1
A U X 2
E S C
A D D R E S
P A T C
S C A
A U X - I
D M X D I S
R E L A Y T E S
D M X
O F F
S
H
N
N
P
T
T E R M I N A T E
E N T E R
O N
to Monitoring Device
triggered whenever
DMX512 signal is present
12 345
Momentary
or Maintained
Switch
DMX-1005 Programming
The general procedure is to select a program by
using the scroll (
) Programming
Buttons. A program is selected when its
Program Indicator LED is on. Once in the
program, use the Programming Buttons to select
the desired values in the Programming Displays.
Generally, values for relays are shown in the
upper display and values for DMX channels are
shown in the lower display. Once selections are
made, press the ENTER Button to save.
The following describe each of the programs
(starting with the top LED)
Setting DMX Start Address (ADDRESS)
For most applications, the start address is
the DMX channel the first relay responds to,
with the following relays responding to the
following DMX channels in sequence of one.
This program sets the start address.
Interfaces 4.8
C-4.7,8 -System Integration, DMX
E S C
A D D R E S
P A T C
S C A
A U X -I
D M X D IS
R E L A Y T E S
S
H
N
N
P
Setting Relay Scan (SCAN)
The default relay scan number, which is the
number of relays that can be activated at any
one instant, is 1. This program sets, or resets,
the relay scan number (maximum of 8).
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E N T E R
DMX Soft Patching (PATCH)
Soft patching allows relays to be
assigned to non-sequential DMX
channels and/or for multiple relays to
be assigned the same DMX channel.
An individual relay, however, cannot
be assigned to more than one DMX
channel.This program assigns relays
to specified DMX addresses.
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Assigning Relays to Auxiliary Input (AUX IN)
This program assigns relays to the auxiliary
input, overriding DMX control of those relays,
when an auxiliary input is used.
Monitor DMX Channel Levels (DMX DISP)
This program displays the current level, in
hexidecimal fomat, of a selected DMX channel.
Test and Monitor Relays(RELAYS)
This program displays the state (ON, OFF or
not detected) of a selected relay. Also, selected
relay can be triggered by pressing ENTER.
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