Instruction Manual

Instruction Manual
SCD24
Instruction Manual
Contents
2.
3.
4.
6.
7.
8.
Warning
Installation
iCAN™ Network
Service Switches and LED’s
RS485, RJ12 and Alarm Input
Appendix
i. Technical Specification
Read this document prior to installation
Warning
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WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock,
DO NOT expose this device to rain or moisture.
DO NOT energise unless the front cover is in place.
This device MUST be earthed.
Installation, programming and maintenance MUST
be carried out by qualified personnel.
ILight Ltd. cannot accept responsibility for repairs
or modifications that are not competently executed
and in accordance with service or upgrade information.
The source controllers comply with all relevant proposed and current
National, European and International safety and technical standards for
Electrical and Electronic dimming systems. These include compliance
with the Electro Magnetic Compliance (EMC) directives EN50081-1 and
EN50081-2, Low Voltage Directive EN60950 and RFI Suppression
standard EN50014 ensuring full compliance with CE.
ILight limited reserves the right to make changes to the equipment described in this manual
without prior notice.
This equipment is designed for architectural lighting control, and is unsuitable for any other
purpose.
Servicing of this equipment should be attempted by suitably qualified persons only.
Doc. No. IM7524 Iss 1
iLight Limited
Unit 4 Enterprise Centre, Penshurst, Tonbridge, Kent, UK. TN11
8BG
Tel: +44 (0) 1892 870072
Fax: +44 (0) 1892 870074
Email: sales@iLight.co.uk Web: http://www.ilight.co.uk/
Date: 15 April 2003
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Installation Instructions
Mounting the Unit
The unit is provided with four 6mm diameter fixing
holes for wall mounting.
The mounting holes can be accessed by undoing the
four screws on the front cover and removing it.
The unit should be installed in a dry ventilated
location, where ambient temperature and humidity are
within the operating temperature of the unit.
The unit has ventilation slots on its sides to allow
convection cooling and under no circumstances should
these be blocked.
Recommended minimum clearance around the unit is
100mm each side of the unit and 50mm above and
below the unit if trunking with a depth greater than
50mm is used.
Connecting to the Mains
This unit requires a nominal 230V single phase
supply (Live, Neutral and Earth) with 1A
capability.
A separate isolator and secure mains earth are
required.
All wiring should be completed in accordance
with local wring regulations.
The unit is supplied with a knockout for mains cable
entry. An appropriate cable gland should be fitted to the
knockout hole provided to protect the mains cable from
damage.
Ensure all mains connections are fully tightened and
lock-washers used where supplied.
DMX Connections
The SCD24 has 24 channels of DMX that can be
configured via ICANTools software.
Connections are made via the 4-way 2 part terminal
block. Connections are:
RS485+
RS4850V
ILight limited reserves the right to make changes to the equipment described in this manual
without prior notice.
This equipment is designed for architectural lighting control, and is unsuitable for any other
purpose.
Servicing of this equipment should be attempted by suitably qualified persons only.
Doc. No. IM7524 Iss 1
iLight Limited
Unit 4 Enterprise Centre, Penshurst, Tonbridge, Kent, UK. TN11
8BG
Tel: +44 (0) 1892 870072
Fax: +44 (0) 1892 870074
Email: sales@iLight.co.uk Web: http://www.ilight.co.uk/
Date: 15 April 2003
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of 8
iCAN™ Network
iCAN ™ Network
Two sets of terminals are provided for the connection
of iCAN network cables. Both iCAN terminals on the
board are connected in parallel.
The recommended cable to use for an iCAN network
is: CAT5 FTP such as RS part numbers 196-331 for
305m or 298-0885 for 1000m.
The Control Board iCANnet terminals are labeled with
the recommended colours of the pairs in CAT5 cable
to use.
Orange/White pair
Green/White pair
Blue/White pair
Brown/White pair
paralleled for +12V
paralleled for OV
Blue for CAN-H
White for CAN-L
paralleled for sheild
Incorrect method of wiring
The structure of an iCAN network is shown in the
diagram below.
At the two ends of an iCAN network, those indicated by a * in
the diagram above, a Network Termination Resistor must be
fitted. Network Termination Resistors should not be fitted
anywhere else on the network other than at these points. A
maximum of two Network Termination Resistors are required on
a network, except where isolating bridge nodes are installed.
Every Source Controller is factory supplied with a termination
resistor fitted to one of the 5 way iCANnet terminal blocks. The
resistor is 120ohms 0.25watt. Remove this resistor from the
terminal block when it is not required.
The resistor is fitted between the terminals labelled CAN H and
CAN L – do not connect the resistor between any other
connections.
*Indicates where a termination resistor is
required.
All devices connected on the iCAN network must be
wired in this manner. Spurs from the Network are not
permitted and will result in communications problems.
Devices on an iCAN network can be wired in any order
ILight limited reserves the right to make changes to the equipment described in this manual
without prior notice.
This equipment is designed for architectural lighting control, and is unsuitable for any other
purpose.
Servicing of this equipment should be attempted by suitably qualified persons only.
Doc. No. IM7524 Iss 1
iLight Limited
Unit 4 Enterprise Centre, Penshurst, Tonbridge, Kent, UK. TN11
8BG
Tel: +44 (0) 1892 870072
Fax: +44 (0) 1892 870074
Email: sales@iLight.co.uk Web: http://www.ilight.co.uk/
Date: 15 April 2003
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iCAN™ Network
SOURCE
CONTROLLER
SOURCE
CONTROLLER
CONTROL
PANEL
+12V
+12V
+12V
+12V
ORANGE
PAIR
ORANGE
PAIR
ORANGE
PAIR
ORANGE
PAIR
CAN-H
CAN-H
CAN-H
CAN-H
+12V
ORANGE
PAIR
BLUE/
WHITE
CAN-H
CAN-L
0V
BLUE
GREEN
PAIR
BROWN
PAIR
SHEILD
BLUE/
WHITE
BLUE/
WHITE
BLUE/
WHITE
BLUE/
WHITE
CAN-L
CAN-L
CAN-L
CAN-L
BLUE
BLUE
BLUE
0V
0V
0V
0V
GREEN
PAIR
GREEN
PAIR
GREEN
PAIR
GREEN
PAIR
SHEILD
SHEILD
SHEILD
SHEILD
BROWN
BROWN
BROWN
BROWN
PAIR
PAIR
PAIR
PAIR
CAT5 FTP CABLE
NETWORK
TERMINATIO
RESISTOR
BLUE
CAT5 FTP CABLE
NETWORK
TERMINATION
RESISTOR
SOURCE
CONTROLLER
CONTROL
PANEL
CONTROL
PANEL
+12V
+12V
ORANGE
PAIR
ORANGE
PAIR
CAN-H
CAN-H
+12V
0V
ORANGE
PAIR
BLUE
BLUE/
WHITE
CAN-H
GREEN
PAIR
CAN-L
BROWN
PAIR
SHEILD
+12V
ORANGE
PAIR
0V
BLUE
BLUE/
WHITE
CAN-H
GREEN
PAIR
CAN-L
BROWN
PAIR
SHEILD
BLUE/
WHITE
BLUE/
WHITE
CAN-L
CAN-L
BLUE
CAT5 FTP CABLE
NETWORK
TERMINATIO
RESISTOR
BLUE
0V
0V
GREEN
PAIR
GREEN
PAIR
SHEILD
SHEILD
BROWN
PAIR
BROWN
PAIR
CAT5 FTP CABLE
NETWORK
TERMINATION
RESISTOR
Commissioning
Please retain any job-specific drawings or schedules relating to load connections at the Source Controllers.
The information is required by the commissioning engineer to assist in configuration of the equipment.
When first energised after installation all source controllers will default to all channels being at 100% output.
Source Controllers can be energised without network cables being terminated.
If iCANnet cables are terminated after Source Controllers have been energised, it should be noted that cables will
be carrying low voltage signals and misconnection of these cables could result in damage to other devices on the
network.
ILight limited reserves the right to make changes to the equipment described in this manual
without prior notice.
This equipment is designed for architectural lighting control, and is unsuitable for any other
purpose.
Servicing of this equipment should be attempted by suitably qualified persons only.
Doc. No. IM7524 Iss 1
iLight Limited
Unit 4 Enterprise Centre, Penshurst, Tonbridge, Kent, UK. TN11
8BG
Tel: +44 (0) 1892 870072
Fax: +44 (0) 1892 870074
Email: sales@iLight.co.uk Web: http://www.ilight.co.uk/
Date: 15 April 2003
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Service Switches and LEDs
These switches and LEDs are located at the base of the unit.
The two service switches on the source controllers are used for
the following:
•
•
•
Entering Diagnostic Mode,
Putting the Source Controller in override mode
Sending a message to identify the device on the
network
iCANnet error status will occur when a Source Controller is not
connected to an iCAN network for any reason. Once either
connected to a network of one or more powered iCAN devices
the error status will be removed. It is still possible to enter
Diagnostic Mode if a source controller is in iCANnet error status.
OVERRIDE MODES
Green LED
Red LED
Left Switch
Right Switch
The LEDs indicate the following:
•
•
•
Normal operation
Message transmission and receipt
Override status
Successive short
pushes
When in Diagnostic Mode
Red and Green LEDs blink
simultaneously, in all On
and all OFF modes Red
LED flashes only
Push 1 - All outputs ON
Push 2 - All outputs OFF
Push 3 - Return to initial Diagnostic mode
ENTERING DIAGNOSTIC MODE
Green LED
SEQUENCIAL TEST MODE
Red LED
Left Switch
Green LED
Right Switch
Red LED
Right Switch
Left Switch
Press and hold for
10 seconds
EXITING DIAGNOSTIC MODE
DEVICE IDENTIFICATION
Green LED
Green LED
Left Switch
When in Diagnostic
Mode a short push
of the right hand
button start a step
sequence through
all channels.
When in sequencial test
mode red LED double
blinks. At the end of the
test both LEDs blink
simultaneously.
When in Diagnostic Mode
Red and Green LEDs flash
simultaneously
Left Switch
Red LED
Red LED
Right Switch
Right Switch
Press and hold for
10 seconds
When back to normal
operation mode the green
LED flashes slowly.
Press and release
LED flashes to indicate
message sent
ILight limited reserves the right to make changes to the equipment described in this manual
without prior notice.
This equipment is designed for architectural lighting control, and is unsuitable for any other
purpose.
Servicing of this equipment should be attempted by suitably qualified persons only.
Doc. No. IM7524 Iss 1
iLight Limited
Unit 4 Enterprise Centre, Penshurst, Tonbridge, Kent, UK. TN11
8BG
Tel: +44 (0) 1892 870072
Fax: +44 (0) 1892 870074
Email: sales@iLight.co.uk Web: http://www.ilight.co.uk/
Date: 15 April 2003
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of 8
RJ12 and Alarm Input
RJ12 Connector
Alarm Input
An alarm input, designed for connection to a fire
alarm system, is available on the same 4 way terminal
block as the DMX connections. The terminals to be
used for an Alarm input are:
The Source Controller is fitted with an RJ12 socket to
allow local connection of a handheld programmer or
PC interface
FACTORY
+ 12V
CAN-H
CAN-L
0V
FACTORY
OV
AL
Any connection to this input MUST be volt free and
have a cable length of less than 50 metres. Cabling
for this input should be segregated from power
wiring.
The default action that occurs when these terminals
are linked is for every channel of the source controller
to turn on to maximum output. It will then remain in
this state, regardless of any other command received,
until the link between the 0V and AL terminals is
removed. Only when the alarm link is removed can
levels be changed.
No connection should be made to the factory
pins of the connector.
On an entire iCAN network only one fire alarm input is
required.
ILight limited reserves the right to make changes to the equipment described in this manual
without prior notice.
This equipment is designed for architectural lighting control, and is unsuitable for any other
purpose.
Servicing of this equipment should be attempted by suitably qualified persons only.
Doc. No. IM7524 Iss 1
iLight Limited
Unit 4 Enterprise Centre, Penshurst, Tonbridge, Kent, UK. TN11
8BG
Tel: +44 (0) 1892 870072
Fax: +44 (0) 1892 870074
Email: sales@iLight.co.uk Web: http://www.ilight.co.uk/
Date: 15 April 2003
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Appendix 1: Technical Specification
Control Inputs:
Two sets of terminals for the iCANnet™ network –
Suitable for CAT5 FTP
DMX Output:
24 channels
Electrical Data
Supply:
230V +/- 10% 50/60Hz 5A max
Protection: External protection required.
Internal electronics fuse only.
Terminal Sizes:
Incoming Supply
EARTH Connection
ICANnet™
DMX & Alarm:
SCD24 dimensions
2 x 6mm2
M5 Ring Tag
5 x 1.5mm2
4 x 1.5mm2
Standards:
EMC:
Immunity:
LVD:
EN 50081 –1:1992
EN 50082 –1:1997
EN 60950 –1:1992
Memory:
Flash memory to be able to upgrade firmware
EEPROM for program and sequenced memory
ILight limited reserves the right to make changes to the equipment described in this manual
without prior notice.
This equipment is designed for architectural lighting control, and is unsuitable for any other
purpose.
Servicing of this equipment should be attempted by suitably qualified persons only.
Doc. No. IM7524 Iss 1
iLight Limited
Unit 4 Enterprise Centre, Penshurst, Tonbridge, Kent, UK. TN11
8BG
Tel: +44 (0) 1892 870072
Fax: +44 (0) 1892 870074
Email: sales@iLight.co.uk Web: http://www.ilight.co.uk/
Date: 15 April 2003
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