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MC-6000 Networked Lighting Control
Technical Data
MC-6000
DESCRIPTION
PART No.
MC-6000 System
• MC-6210 CPU
• MC-6308 Input
• MC-6416 Output
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SPECIFICATION
The MC-6000 System is a full featured
lighting control system that can be
networked to include relay panels,
dimming panels, and PC computers.
The MC-6000 System is typically used
for complex or larger scale projects. It is
ideal for office towers, shopping
centers, stadiums, and institutional
buildings.
Each relay panel is equipped with an
MC-6000 interface unit. The unit
contains all of the programs and
functions assigned to it in its on-board
memory. This ensures speedy response
to user inputs.
The MC-6000 interface units installed in
each of the panels are networked
together with a 2-wire data signal. A PC
connected to the data signal is used to
program the system, retrieve logging
information and to manually switch and
monitor any relay or groups of relays in
the system.
An MC-6000 interface unit can also be
used in the stand alone MC-6000A
format. Programming is accomplished
with the hand held unit KB-3031.
Inputs & Outputs
Modular construction. Input and Output
units plug into the host CPU unit to form
an MC-6000 interface unit.
The MC-6210 CPU can host up to 8
MC-6308 Switch Input units (64 inputs
total) and 4 MC-6416 Relay Output
units (64 outputs total).
An MC-6308 Input unit has 8 inputs
compatible with Douglas relay switches
or momentary/maintained contacts.
An MC-6416 Output unit has 16 outputs
compatible with all models of Douglas
2-wire relay.
MC-6000 interface units are networked
with a 2-wire, RS-485 signal. Up to 249
interface units can exist in a network.
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Programming Controls
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MC-6000 Panel Interface Units
Relay Outputs
Relay Outputs
16 relay outputs (8 per side)
that operate Douglas
2-wire relays.
MC-6416
Output Module
(also on MC-6416 & MC-6210)
ON
OFF
Panel
Bus
Blinking = OK
Panel Bus
Activity
Status LED
1
2
3
4
All
OFF
lighting controls
Utility Switch Inputs
Panel
Bus
7
Blinking = OK
6
5
Return Blue (Input 1 to 4)
4
3
2
1
Card Power
(24 vac)
Blue
A B C D
lighting controls
MC-6210 -A -N
Panel Control Card
V#
MC-6210 Panel Control Cards
MC-6210
CPU Module
MC-6210-A Stand Alone Model
• The MC-6210-A panel control card is a
stand-alone card designed to be
programmed with the KB-3031 keypad
that plugs into the "Handheld Keypad"
receptacle on this card.
• The MC-6210-A cannot be networked to
other MC-6210-A cards.
Reset Button
• The MC-6210-N panel control card is a
networkable card that can be attached to
other cards and ultimately to a PC. The
PC is only required to program the card.
During running mode, the card operates
without the need of the PC.
Reset
All ON & OFF
OFF ON
Each MC-6210 CPU has a unique
address that identifies it to the
lighting control system. Up to 249
MC-6210 units can exist in a network.
MC-6210-N Network Model
Status LED
Blinking = OK
1
2
4
8
16
32
64
128
System Address Setting
• The All ON & All OFF buttons to
the right switch all of the relays
connected to Output cards
attached to this card.
• The All ON & All OFF buttons on
the individual MC-6416 Relay
Output cards switch relays
attached to that card only.
All
ON
All
OFF
Sum of dip sws in ON position
equals card ID.
Data Signal
A
B
Inputs
8 switch inputs compatible
with Douglas relay switches
or with contact closures.
Address Switch
(also on MC-6416 unit)
Each module has an address
switch that uniquely identifies it
to the MC-6210 CPU card.
Card Power
(24 vac)
A brief description of the system
exists on the label to familiarize
service personnel with the basic
function of the MC-6000 unit.
24VAC Power
Test
Signal
White
Blue
MC-6000A Option
lighting controls
The MC-6000 interface unit can
be used in a stand-alone format.
Plug the KB-3031 hand unit into
this connector.
Handheld
Keypad KB-3031
Data
Signal
Activity
Twisted pair
Ground wire
Interfaces 5.1
C-5-1,2,3,4 -MC-6000 System
DIMENSIONS & MOUNTING
Brief System Description
Connections for 24VAC Power.
System ID of
Panel Control Card
Data Signal
The MC-6000 system uses an RS-485
data signal. Wire is a twisted, sheilded
pair with a ground wire.
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White
OFF ON
Input Card#
Panel
Bus
A BC D
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
• The MC-6210 panel control card operates
slave cards MC-6416 Relay Output
Card(s) and MC-6308 Input Card(s).
Connect slave cards to the MC-6210 card
with the panel bus. Each slave card has a
card# that identifies it to the MC-6210.
Reset button for re-booting interface.
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ON and OFF scan buttons
provide All ON and All OFF
override control of relays
connected to the module.
8
MC-6308
Input Module
Panel
Bus
Panel Bus Indicators
All
ON
Return Blue (Input 5 to 8)
Status LED
(also on MC-6416 & MC-6210)
On-board Overrides
Blue
A B
AB
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White
Card Power
(24 vac)
MC-6308 8 Input Card
Panel Bus
Activity
Error LED
Relay Power
(24 vac)
Panel Bus
Activity
Interface modules are mounted
on a DIN rail located in between
the relays. Successive units plug
into the connectors to form
a complete interface assembly.
Blue
Output Card#
White
Interface Connector
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MC-6416 16 Output Card
Relay Outputs
Panel Bus
Terminate sw is
off except on last
unit it is on. Last
unit must be a
MC-6416 unit.
Off
On
MC-6000 interface assemblies consist of a CPU unit that has Input and Output
modules plugged into it. MC-6000 interface assemblies are networked to form a
building wide lighting control system. Programming and monitoring is done with a PC.
Programming the lighting control
system is done with a remote PC
connected to system's data signal. The
MC-6000 system software runs on
Windows 95/98, NT, Win2000 or XP
operating systems.
Software features include:
- relay group assignments
- weekly & holiday time schedules
- switch input & time schedule functions
- switch configuration options include
on/off, flick-warn, time-out, delay-off
and priority masking. Options are
viewed and set with the PC software.
Central software graphic manual
override available with the central
software modules.
All programs (except building graphic)
are resident in the MC-6000 panel
interfaces, not the PC. Relay panels
function even when the PC is off-line.
Programming is not lost when power is
turned off to an MC-6000 interface.
Memory capacity for definitions for each
MC-6000 interface are:
- Individual adjustment for each input
and/or schedule (Flick-warn: 0-99min,
Time-out: 0-999min, Delay-off: 0-99).
- 128 input programs
- 128 holidays
- Date/Time
- Date: YY-MM-DD
- Time: HH-MM (24 hour format)
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Each MC-6000
interface consists of a
CPU unit, input and
output modules.
The interfaces are
installed in between
the 2 rows of relays in
the panel on a 35mm
DIN rail.
4.0"
(102)
3.5"
Output
MC-6416 (89)
3.5"
Input
MC-6308 (89)
6.5"
CPU
(165)
MC-6210
MC-6000 Networked Lighting Control
Office Floor - Reflected Ceiling Plan
Office
CONNECTIONS
Office
Sw
Office
Sw
Office
Sw
Office
Office
Sw
Individual, Master and Central Control
Sw
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To switch only an individual relay, connect the Douglas wall switch
directly to the relay. Response is instant, wiring is simple and no
programming required.
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Master control of several relays is accomplished by connecting
the Douglas wall switch to an input of the MC-6308. Program the
input to switch any relay or group of relays in the system.
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Other devices such as key switches, photosensors and contacts
from other devices or systems can also be connected to an MC6308 input to actuate a relay or group of relays (not shown).
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The outputs of the MC-6416 control and monitor the state of the
relay connected to an output. The MC-6210 holds the programs
and provides the link to the rest of the lighting control system.
Office
N.W.
Quadrant
L ib r a r y
5 M
P h o to c o p y
& P r in te r s
Sw
Sw
H a ll
Sw
Office
O ffic e
Sw
C O R E
Office
Stores
Technical Data
MC-6000
Local
Switches
M e n s
Connect direct
to the relay
W h i
te
Relay Panel
1
NW Priv Office
1
Library
1
Library
1
NW Priv Office
1
NW Priv Office
1
NW Priv Office
5
Hall
Hall
5
Elevator Lobby
5
Mens WC
5
Ladies WC
H
Breaker
Relays
Lights
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
W
B
MC-6416
Output
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
W
B
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Wh
Bu
Unit
Address
1, 2, 3 or 4
MC-6416
Output
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Wh
Bu
Master Switch Station
Unit
Address
1, 2, 3 or 4
Panel
Bus
5
Relays
Panel
Bus
NW Priv Office
Panel
Bus
1
Panel
Bus
Lighting Circuit
Transformer
W 24VAC
B
Panel
Bus
Relay
Group
Transformer
24VAC W
B
Unit Address
1,2,3,4,5,6,7or8
Panel
Bus
Panel
Bus
MC-6308
Input
1
2
3
4
Bu
5
6
7
8
Bu
Wh
Bu
MC-6210
CPU
System
Address
(1 to 255)
Unit Wh
Power Bu
Data Signal
Data
Signal
-RS-485 Signal
-Twisted, sheilded pair conductors
and ground wire
Twisted pair
Ground wire
Interfaces 5.2
C-5-1,2,3,4 -MC-6000 System
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24VAC
Power
NW
Quad
NE
Quad
NE
Quad
SW
Quad
SE
Quad
SE
Quad
Core
& Hall
Core
& Hall
MC-6000
MC-6000 Networked Lighting Control
Technical Data
CONNECTIONS & PROGRAMMING
Typical Scheduling
PC Interface
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Scheduled switching of lighting circuits will yield significant energy
savings. A common application is to schedule periodic OFF
signals during unoccupied hours to ensure lights are OFF.
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Install wall switches to provide for occupant override. This can be
either individual switches connected directly to the relays and/or
master switches connected to the MC-6000 interface.
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Program periodic OFF signals (typically 2 hours) during
unoccupied hours. The interface can be set to provide a "Flickwarn before OFF" prior to executing an off schedule.
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Programming ON signals is optional; better energy savings result
if lights are turned ON manually by wall switch(es).
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Schedules have a variety of features that can be applied to suit
any situation. Schedules can be set to be only operational for
certain times of the year (eg: XMas shopping hours), can be set to
disable switches for certain time periods during the day (prevents
nuisance switching) and can be set to occur at different times on
different days.
The actual software that runs the lighting control system resides in
the MC-6210 CPU Modules that are installed in the relay panels.
The MC-6210 Modules run independently and do not require that
a PC is connected to the system.
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The PC user interface permits query and adjustment of programs
resident in the MC-6210's. The PC can also be used as a switch
station that displays the true state of the relays and groups and
permits real-time switching of any relay or group of relays in the
system. Standard switching interface is tabular in design and
graphical interfaces are also supported as an option.
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Logging and trend analysis of when relays are switched is useful
for re-lamping analysis, power analysis and surveillance of actual
usage of lighting circuits.
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Graphical interfaces require initial artwork to be done from the
AutoCad files of the project. Drawings are simplified and rebuilt as
required to form an underlay for lamp symbols and switch icons
imposed on top. The lamps and switches are interactive with the
system and will display the true state of the relays and will switch
in real time by clicking on switch icons. Zoom features permit
drill down to localized areas. Thus there are usually several
graphic screens required for a project.
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The MC-6000 software runs on Windows NT, WIndows 2000,
Windows XP, or Windows Vista equipped PCs. To connect to the
system, an RS-485 interface to Comm port or USB port card is
provided (laptop or desktop versions).
Master Switch Inputs
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The input is configured to be compatible with the device
connected to it. The default configuration is a Douglas 2-Wire
relay switch. To change the configuration of the input use the
software on the PC to access the input and select a different
option. Configuration options available are:
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1) Douglas Relay Switch (ON & OFF)
2) Douglas Relay Switch (OFF & ON)
3) 24V Contact*: ON signal on closure, OFF signal on opening
4) 24V Contact*: ON signal on closure, NOTHING on opening
5) 24V Contact*: NOTHING on closure, OFF signal on opening
6) 24V Contact*: OFF signal on closure, ON signal on opening
7) 24V Contact*: OFF signal on closure, NOTHING on opening
8) 24V Contact*: NOTHING on closure, ON on opening
* 24V Contact is a dry contact that passes a 24VAC signal.
With the PC computer, define a group of relays and assign that
group a name. Then for the switch input, assign the relay group
name to respond to that input. You can also assign the same relay
group name to a schedule to automate the relay group.
Relay Panel
MC6210
Interfaces 5.3
C-5-1,2,3,4 -MC-6000 System
PC Interface
Control and Programming
Relay Panel
MC6210
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MC-6000 Networked Lighting Control
Technical Data
MC-6000
MC-6000 SYSTEM FEATURES
Typical One-line Diagram of MC-6000 System
Standard Hardware Features
Desktop PC and/or Laptop operator's terminal
True relay status (monitoring of each relay coil)
Local/master low voltage switch capability
Pre-wired relays and programmable inputs
Battery backed up memory / time clock
UL listed / CSA approved
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30th Floor
Exterior
Photocell
Lighting
Control
Panel
LC-030
MC-6000
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Standard Software Features
Operates on Windows 95/98, NT, Win2000 or XP Systems
Time event scheduling
Manual override control (masking, ON/OFF and flick)
Holiday and special day scheduling
Occupancy warning (remote supervision)
Power usage logging
Peak demand monitoring
Total energy consumption record
Tenant billing
Lamping
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Floors
5 to 29
2
Optional Features
Laptop operator's terminal
Custom graphics for manual control
Telephone override
Event printer
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Lighting
Control
Panel
LC-004
4
MC-6000
3
Lighting
Control
Panel
LC-003
The Douglas relays are factory installed and pre-wired to the MC6000 interface outputs in the relay panel. To network the panels,
run the the 2 wire data signal in a serial line from panel to panel.
The data signal is standard RS-485 signal that requires a twisted
#20 AWG wire pair in a cable with a foil shield.
Connect standard Douglas 2-wire switches direct to relays to
operate individual lighting relays. Connect Douglas 2-wire
switches to contact inputs to operate relay groups. Use #18 AWG
solid conductor for switch connections.
Install switches at convenient locations and program master
switches and schedules as required with the PC.
Optional telephone interface permits occupants to switch lights via
telephone. User dials in and enters passcode to switch lights.
MC-6000
1 device Local
Switch Station
2
2nd Floor
Lighting
Control
Panel
LC-002
Time-out Switch
2
MC-6000
1st Floor
2
Lighting
Control
Panel
LC-001
PC
Computer
12 Master Switch Station
MC-6000
2
2
Optional
Telephone
Interface
Interfaces 5.4
C-5-1,2,3,4 -MC-6000 System
Occupancy
Detector
3rd Floor
INSTALLATION
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Interior
Photocell
4th Floor
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