CLIF2 ARENA C-Bus Interfaces

CLIF2 ARENA C-Bus Interfaces
CLIF2
ARENA C-Bus Interfaces
Installation Instructions
QUICK OVERVIEW
Overview of Models
This document pertains to the following devices:

the CLIF2-CBUS1-PC ARENA C-Bus Interface,

the CLIF2-CBUS2-PC ARENA C-Bus Interface.
Specifications
Power supply, power consumption
Supply voltage
24 VDC; 24 VAC, 50…60 Hz
Power consumption
8 VA (with 10/100BaseT
connected)
Temperature limits (5...95% rh, non-condensing)
Ambient operating limits
0...+ 49 °C
Ambient storage limits
-35...+70 °C
5...95% rh, non-condensing
System data
Processor
Data Transfers
LAN-Interfaces
Device Interface
C-Bus
CLIF2-CBUS1-PC
CLIF2-CBUS2-PC
A high-speed, 32-bit microprocessor
10/100 Mbit/sec, 802.3 Ethernet
10/100BaseT (RJ45)
Serial RS232
RS485 DC coupled (C-bus
compatible)
RS485 DC coupled (C-bus
compatible)
Weight, dimensions
Weight
Dimensions (H x W x D)
870 g
(230 x 200 x 76) mm
Safety
Protection standard
Protection class
Flame retardant
IP20 as per EN60529
II as per EN60730-1
V0 as per UL94
Agency listings
Certification
EMC
Electromagnetic emission
Environmental conditions
CE, EAC
EN61000-6-4 and EN61000-6-2
FCC Class A
residential, commercial, and
light-industrial
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Honeywell GmbH ▪ All Rights Reserved
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Hardware Description
CLIF2-CBUS1-PC
CLIF2-CBUS2-PC
Front
Front
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
CLIF2-CBUS1-PC
Power
3
4
5
6
Mode
10 100 ACT
CLIF2-CBUS2-PC
Ch1
Reset
2
Boot NML
RX
TX
LAN
Mode
Ch1
10 100 ACT
Reset
Fig. 1. CLIF2-CBUS1-PC, front details
Power
Boot NML
RX
TX
Ch2
RX
TX
LAN
Fig. 3. CLIF2-CBUS2-PC, front details
1. hardware reset button
1. hardware reset button
2. power indicator (1 LED)
2. power indicator (1 LED)
3. system heartbeat display (2 LEDs)
3. system heartbeat display (2 LEDs)
4. C-Bus Channel 1 activity display (2 LEDs)
5. mode switch button
4. C-Bus Channel 1 activity display (2 LEDs) and
C-Bus Channel 2 activity display (2 LEDs)
6. LAN activity display (3 LEDs)
5. mode switch button
6. LAN activity display (3 LEDs)
Rear
Rear
3
1
5
3
1
5
normal
normal
normal
Ch1
A(+) B(-)
Ch1
AC/DC IN
24V
Ch2
A(+) B(-)
A(+) B(-)
10/100
AC/DC IN
24V
2
10/100
4
2
4
Fig. 2. CLIF2-CBUS1-PC, rear details
Fig. 4. CLIF2-CBUS2-PC, rear details
1. CH1 2-pin connector socket
2. AC/DC IN 24 V power connector socket
1. CH2 2-pin connector and CH1 2-pin connector socket
3. 3-position C-Bus termination switch for Ch1
2. AC/DC IN 24 V power connector socket
4. 10/100BaseT RJ-45 Ethernet LAN connector socket
3. 3-position C-Bus termination switches for Ch1 and Ch2
5. RS232 9-pin SUB-D male connector socket (for standard
Null-Modem cable)
4. 10/100BaseT RJ-45 Ethernet LAN connector socket
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5. RS232 9-pin SUB-D male connector socket (for standard
Null-Modem cable)
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Safety Instructions
C-Bus Connection (Ch1 / Ch2)
 When performing any work (installation, mounting,
start-up), all instructions given by the manufacturer and in
particular the safety instructions provided in these Installation Instructions are to be observed.
The pin layout of the C-Bus connector socket(s) (see Fig. 5)
is always identical, regardless of model.
The CLIF2 is connected – via pins 1 and 2 of its C-Bus
connector socket(s) – to the C-Bus using the 2-pole Phoenix
controller C-Bus channel connector plug(s) included in the
delivery.
 The CLIF2 may be installed and mounted only by
authorized and trained personnel.
 If the unit is modified in any way, except by the manufacturer, all warranties concerning operation and safety are
invalidated.
 Make sure that applicable local standards and regulations
are observed at all times. Examples of such regulations
are VDE 0800 and VDE 0100.
A
C+
1
 Use only accessory equipment coming from or approved
by CentraLine.
 Before the system is dismantled, disconnect the power
supply (see section "Power Connection" on pg. 3).
Observe also the following caution and note.
WARNING
Disconnect the power supply before you begin
installing the CLIF2. Do not reconnect the power
supply until you have completed installation.
Risk of electric shock or equipment damage!
► If the C-Bus connection cable (not incl.) features shielding,
it is allowed to connect this shielding to the ground terminal
of the power connector socket ("AC/DC IN 24 V") of only
one CLIF2 per segment of the C-Bus. It is thus prohibited
to connect the shielding to multiple grounds within a single
C-Bus.
Failing to observe this rule can result in the formation of a
ground current of potentially very large amperage (due to
potential differences between buildings and power phases)
– which could in turn cause the C-Bus connection to heat
up and burn.
CAUTION
Disconnect the power supply before removing or
plugging in the CLIF2.
CONNECTION INTERFACES
This section describes how to connect power and the C-Bus
to the CLIF2.
Together with the CLIF2, a supply pack with installation
material is delivered containing the required wide-voltage AC
adapter with multiple plug adapter plates and connector plugs
(terminal blocks) for connecting the power and C-Bus.
C-Bus Termination Switch(es)
This section applies to both the CLIF2-CBUS2-PC and the
CLIF2-CBUS1-PC.
Power Connection
The C-Bus Termination Switch is used to select between
different C-Bus terminations on DC coupled RS485 buses.
For the CLIF2, an external power supply with the following
specification is required:
24 VDC; 24 VAC, 50…60 Hz.

Power consumption of the CLIF2 is 8 VA (when connected
via 10/100BaseT).
A(+) B(-)
Fig. 5. Pin layout of C-Bus connector socket(s)
CAUTION

B
C2
For each channel, the required termination setting can be
adjusted individually.
At the rear side of the device, a pictogram (see Fig. 6)
indicates the three different possible C-Bus terminations.
To connect the power, the 3-pole Phoenix connector plug incl.
in delivery must be used. An AC power adapter (input:
100…240 VAC, 50…60 Hz; output: 24 VDC, 18 W) is also
included. To use the AC power adapter, cut off the original
connector plug at the end of the cable. Then strip the two
cable ends and insert each cable end into the openings of the
3-pole Phoenix connector plug. Fasten them with a
screwdriver.
normal
normal
Ch1
The polarity (+/-) of the 3-pole Phoenix power connector plug
for DC power supplies is "don’t care."
Ch2
Fig. 6. Possible C-Bus terminations
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Normal Position
normal
The "normal" switch position is not used.
Bus Termination Disabled
This middle switch position is intended for C-Buses equipped
only with XL500 family controllers whose C-Bus termination
has been disabled. This switch position must be used if the
CLIF2 device is installed in the middle of such a C-Bus.
Bus Termination Enabled
This switch position is intended for C-Buses equipped only
with XL500 family controllers whose C-Bus termination has
been enabled. This switch position must be used if the CLIF2
device is installed at the end of such a C-Bus.
TIPS AND TRICKS
Connection to ARENA
Please note that the default IP address of the CLIF2 device is
192.168.1.100. The default subnet is 255.255.255.0.
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INTERFACES AND CONTROLS
ABOUT CLIF2
Front
ARENA
SUPERVISOR
1
2
3
4
5
6
Mode
10 100 ACT
CLIF2-CBUS2-PC
IP BACKBONE
CLIF2-CBUS2-PC
CLIF2-CBUS1-PC
Ch1
NIC709-IP3E100
Reset
LION
PANTHER
Power
Boot NML
RX
TX
Ch2
RX
TX
LAN
TIGER
MCR200
Fig. 7. CLIF, front details (CLIF2-CBUS2-PC depicted)
1: Hardware Reset Button
LonWorks BUS
I/O MODULES
The hardware reset button is located directly behind the small
hole in the front panel. To reach this button, a pointed object
like a sharp pen or an unfolded paper clip is necessary.
Pressing this button instantly resets the CLIF2. This operation
is similar to "power on" with the CLIF2 device.
PANEL BUS
I/O MODULES
The CLIF2 delivers exceptional price/performance to meet the
requirements of both building owners and service providers.
With its combination of scalable performance, density, and
low per-port pricing, the CLIF2 allows network-layer
capabilities to be extended to a much wider range of network
configurations and environments.
2: Power
The power indicator lights up when power is connected to the
CLIF2 device.
Customers can now gain the advantages of high-performance
network and services, including traffic management to more
locations throughout the network.
3: Heartbeat
During CLIF2 system runtime, the system heartbeat LED
flashes continuously. This LED is a two-color LED. A red
flashing LED means that the CLIF2 bootloader is currently
active. A green flashing LED means that an application
firmware is running.
The CLIF2 uses the LAN-connection to provide seamless
communication to the requesting device. Status information
like LAN communication activity, C-Bus traffic communication,
and system heartbeat of the CLIF2 is indicated by LEDs on
the front.
Technically, the CLIF2 provides an interface from a C-Bus
using RS232/RS485 signals to a local area network using
802.3 Ethernet protocol. This allows data to be used by
CentraLine ARENA workstations.
4: Ch1 and (CLIF2-CBUS2-PC, only) Ch2
The C-Bus Channel 1 (Ch1) activity display contains two
green LEDs, one showing CLIF2 reception activity (Rx) and
the other showing CLIF2 transmission activity (Tx).
These Installation Instructions cover the CLIF2 device types
listed below.
The C-Bus Channel 2 (Ch2) activity display contains two
green LEDs, one showing CLIF2 reception activity (Rx) and
the other showing CLIF2 transmission activity (Tx).
CLIF2-CBUS1-PC
5: Mode Switch Button
The CLIF2-CBUS1-PC provides a single RS485 DC coupled
C-Bus-compatible communication channel for XL5000 family
devices with up to 76.8 kbps.
The mode switch button is used to change the bootloader
modes.
CLIF2-CBUS2-PC
6: LAN Activity Display
The CLIF2-CBUS2-PC provides two RS485 DC coupled CBus-compatible communication channels for XL5000 family
devices with up to 76.8 kbps.
The Local Area Network (LAN) activity display indicates, via
the following 3 LEDs, the current LAN traffic.
Additionally, both CLIF2 types are equipped with a RJ45
10/100Base T connector. They also feature an RS232
interface (not used for CentraLine applications).
5

The 10 LED (GREEN) lights up whenever data is received
by the CLIF2 over the Ethernet at a rate of 10 Mbit/sec.

The 100 LED (GREEN) lights up whenever data is
received by the CLIF2 over the Ethernet at a rate of 100
Mbit/sec.

The ACT LED (GREEN) lights up whenever there is
network activity.
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Rear
Table 1. Items contained in product package
pieces
3
1
5
normal
normal
Ch1
item
1
CLIF2 device
1
CLIF2 - Mounting Instructions (MU1Z-1014GE51)
1
Small bag with installation material (see Table 2)
Ch2
A(+) B(-)
A(+) B(-)
AC/DC IN
24V
The small installation material bag contains the following
parts:
10/100
Table 2. Items contained in small bag
2
4
pieces
Fig. 8. CLIF2, rear details (CLIF2-CBUS2-PC depicted)
1: Ch1 and (CLIF2-CBUS2-PC, only) Ch2
The 2-pin connector for C-Bus channel 1 connector socket. It
is electrically isolated and meets the EMC-and FCC-requirements.
item
1
3-pole Phoenix power connector plug (part no.:
1767012)
2
2-pole Phoenix controller C-Bus channel
connector plug(s) (part no.: 1757019)
4
Optional wall mounting clips
Small inserts
Screws
The 2-pin connector socket for C-Bus channel 2 connection. It
is electrically isolated and meets the EMC-and FCC-requirements.
4. Read section "Connection Interfaces" on pg. 3 carefully
prior to connecting any power and data interface cables to
the CLIF2.
For C-Bus wiring, see section "C-Bus Connection (Ch1 /
Ch2)" on pg. 3.
5. Refer to the installation instructions of each component
that shall be connected to the CLIF2.
2: Power Connection
Power connector socket for 24 VAC (50...60 Hz) or 24 VDC
power supplies. Power consumption is 8 VA (with
10/100BaseT connected). An external power supply (included
in delivery) is required. See also section "Power Connection"
on pg. 3.
CAUTION
Do not remove the cover of a CLIF2 device.
There are no user-serviceable parts inside.
3: Ch1/Ch2 C-Bus Termination Switches
Any unauthorized modification of this equipment
may result in the revocation of the owner's
authority to continue its operation.
These switches are used to select between different C-Bus
terminations. For a detailed description of the different C-Bus
Termination Switch positions, please refer to section "C-Bus
Termination Switch" on pg. 3.
OPERATING POSITIONS
Desktop Use of Single Device
4: 10/100BaseT
The 10/100BaseT RJ-45 Ethernet LAN-connector socket
meets the requirements of ANSI/TIA/EIA 568 Category 5, for
unshielded twisted pair connections.
5: RS232 Connector
This is a 9-pin SUB-D male RS232 connector socket,
electrically isolated, PC pin compatible, protected against
spikes. This interface is for service personnel, only.
BEFORE INSTALLATION
It is essential that the steps listed below be observed prior to
installing the CLIF2 device.
Fig. 9. Single device operating position
1. Verify that the product has been received without damage
Fig. 9 shows the normal CLIF2 device operating position, e.g.,
on a desk.
2. Verify that the correct CLIF2 type has been delivered
3. Check package contents. Verify that the items listed in the
following table are included in each product package.
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Stacking Devices
Wall-Mounting
It is also possible to mount the CLIF2 to a wall. Fig. 11
describes how the device has to be prepared prior to
mounting it to a wall.
1. Place the CLIF2 upside-down
onto the desk.
2. Remove the four feet (see step 1)
from the bottom of the CLIF2 by
pushing them horizontally away from
the housing with a flat screwdriver.
Fig. 10. Stacked Devices
CLIF2 devices may also be stacked. Because of stability
issues, it is recommended that you not stack them more than
3 devices high.
3. Push the four inserts (included)
fully and horizontally into the
housing.
4. Adjust the four retaining clips
(included) on top of the inserts.
Fasten the retaining clips with the
included four screws.
5. Use the housing with the clips to
mark the positions of the four
mounting holes on the wall surface.
Drill  4 mm holes for the mounting
screws (not included) and fix the
CLIF2.
Fig. 11. Wall-mounting
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CABLES AND CONNECTORS
GLOSSARY
Ethernet Connection
Table 3. Glossary
term
8-pin modular
(MJ8) connector
RJ-45
Fig. 12. CLIF2 Ethernet connector socket
description
10/100BaseT
10 = 10Mbps, 100 = 100Mbps
Base = baseband,
T = twisted pair.
application
firmware
An application firmware used to operate
the CLIF2 device in a way the Building
Management System requires it. Example:
the CLIF SUSI Server software.
CLIF2
Building Network Adapter
IP
Internet Protocol
LAN
Local Area Network
Mbps
mega bit per second
The CLIF2 features an RJ45 10/100BaseT connector socket
to bring the device online on the LAN. This section describes
the pin layout of this connector socket and shows how the
cables must be configured for connecting via 10/100BaseT
(RJ45).
REPLACING CLIF WITH CLIF2
This section describes how to connect power and the C-Bus
to the CLIF2 device when replacing a CLIF with a CLIF2. It is
necessary to use the AC power adapter and the 3-pole power
connector plug (both included in the delivery). Verify that the
+, -, and housing ground connections are correctly terminated
per the markings on the rear plate of the CLIF2. It is also
necessary to replace all wiring connector plugs on the existing
C-Bus cables with the two-pole connector plugs included in
the delivery. For proper connection, see section "C-Bus
Connection (Ch1 / Ch2)" on pg. 3.
Ensure that a solid earth connection has been made at the
housing ground terminal. Make appropriate selections with
the desired termination switch position.
Manufactured for and on behalf of the Environmental and Combustion Controls Division of Honeywell Technologies Sàrl, Rolle, Z.A. La Pièce 16, Switzerland by its Authorized Representative:
CentraLine
Honeywell GmbH
Böblinger Strasse 17
71101 Schönaich, Germany
Phone +49 (0) 7031 637 845
Fax
+49 (0) 7031 637 740
info@centraline.com
www.centraline.com
Subject to change without notice
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