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Technical Bulletin FX I/O Modules
Issue Date June 9, 2014
FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
Introduction to FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14 ..... 3
Features ..............................................................................................................................4
Installation ............................................................................................... 6
North American Emissions Compliance.............................................................................. 8
Installation Procedures ....................................................................................... 9
Mounting the XM07 and XM14 I/O Modules ....................................................................... 9
Electronic Circuit Isolation Diagrams for XM07 and XM14 Modules................................. 14
Powering the XM07 and XM14 Modules........................................................................... 16
Connection Details for XM07 and XM14 Modules ............................................................ 17
Jumper Settings for XM07 Module.................................................................................... 22
Jumper Settings for XM14 Module.................................................................................... 23
Local Link Communication Card ....................................................................................... 24
Inputs and Outputs ............................................................................... 27
Introduction ........................................................................................................ 27
Inputs and Outputs Concepts ........................................................................... 28
Detailed Inputs and Outputs Procedures ......................................................... 30
Universal Inputs ................................................................................................................ 30
Digital Inputs .....................................................................................................................33
Analog Outputs ................................................................................................................. 34
Digital Outputs .................................................................................................................. 36
Operation ............................................................................................... 39
Operation Concepts ........................................................................................... 39
User Interfaces – LEDs and Manual Override .................................................................. 39
Supervisory Link – FX16X Master Controller Local Link................................................... 39
Application Configuration and Commissioning ................................................................. 40
Application Download ....................................................................................................... 40
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Detailed Operation Procedures ........................................................................ 41
User Interfaces – LEDs and Manual Override .................................................................. 41
Supervisory Link - FX16X Master Controller Local Link ................................................... 43
Application Configuration and Commissioning ................................................................. 43
Application Download ....................................................................................................... 45
Specifications and Technical Data ...................................................... 46
Ordering Codes .................................................................................................. 46
Technical Specifications ................................................................................... 48
Input/Output Technical Details .......................................................................................... 48
General Technical Specifications of FX Input/Output Modules......................................... 54
Local Link Bus Communication......................................................................................... 55
2 FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
Introduction to FX Input/Output
(I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
XM07 I/O Module
XM07 I/O Module with Manual Overrides
XM14 I/O Module
XM14 I/O Module with Manual Overrides
Figure 1: FX Input/Output Modules
FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
3
The FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules (XMs) provide additional physical
input and output points for FX16X Master Controllers in the Facility
Explorer range of products. The modules extend the capability of the
connected FX16X Master Controller to monitor and control additional
points within its control application. The modules do not perform
control functions (see Figure 1).
The FX I/O Module Series also includes models with manual overrides
for a number of the analog, relay, and triac outputs. The manual
override function is always active when power is applied to the module.
The manual override function does not depend on communication with
the FX16X Master Controller.
Both support a wide range of temperature sensors and actuating devices.
Active sensors for the measurement of humidity, pressure, and other
variables are also supported as well as digital (binary) inputs.
The modules communicate with an FX16X Master Controller over its
local link bus.
Using the FX Tools software package, you can fully configure and
program the FX16X Master Controller and its connected FX I/O
Modules for a wide range of commercial Heating, Ventilating, Air
Conditioning, and Refrigeration (HVACR) applications.
Features
The features of the FX Input/Output Modules include:
•
expansion of the input and output capability of FX Field Controllers
(only FX16X controllers are supported in the first release)
•
fully programmable modules as an integral part of the application
for the FX16X Master Controller using FX Tools software package
•
18 physical inputs and outputs including relays and triacs, with four
digital output overrides and two analog output overrides (XM07
module)
•
31 physical inputs and outputs including relays and triacs, with
seven digital output overrides and three analog output overrides
(XM14 module)
4 FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
•
universal inputs that accept a wide range of analog sensors and
digital (binary) sensors:
− passive temperature:
− A99 temperature sensor
− PT1000 Standard and Extended Range temperature sensor
− Ni1000(Johnson Controls) temperature sensor
− Ni1000 Extended (Johnson Controls) temperature sensor
− Ni1000 Siemens® (Landis+Gyr) temperature sensor
− Ni1000 DIN temperature sensor
− NTC 2.2k temperature sensor
− NTC 10k temperature sensor
− active voltage:
− ratiometric
− 0 - 10 VDC
− active current: 4 – 20 mA
− potential-free contacts (open/closed)
•
digital (binary) inputs with Light-Emitting Diode (LED) indication
(green or red)
•
digital (binary) outputs with LED indication (green)
•
manual override for relay and triac outputs, on-auto-off (I A 0), with
LED indication (green for auto on, amber for manual on)
•
manual override for analog outputs – dial with 0…10 scale – and
LED indication for manual mode (amber)
•
DIN rail mounting
•
removable screw connectors for servicing operations
•
FX CommPro online software tool for commissioning and service
operations on modules via the connected controller
FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
5
Installation
This section takes you through the process of installing an FX
Input/Output Module.
!
WARNING:
Risk of Electric Shock. Disconnect or isolate all
power supplies before making electrical connections. More than one
disconnect or isolation may be required to completely de-energize equipment.
Contact with components carrying hazardous voltage can cause electric shock
and may result in severe personal injury or death.
AVERTISSEMENT: Risque de décharge électrique. Débrancher ou isoler
toute alimentation avant de réaliser un branchement électrique. Plusieurs
isolations et débranchements sont peut-être nécessaires pour-couper
entièrement l'alimentation de l'équipement. Tout contact avec des composants
conducteurs de tensions dangereuses risque d'entraîner une décharge
électrique et de provoquer des blessures graves, voire mortelles.
!
WARNING:
Risk of Electric Shock. Install the XM07 or XM14
Modules in an environment relatively free of contaminants like dust,
condensation, or chemical agents. A dirty or damp environment may cause an
electric arc across contaminated terminals.
AVERTISSEMENT: Risque de décharge électrique. Installer l'[appareil]
dans un environnement présentant une quantité réduite de contaminants tels
que de la poussière, de la condensation ou des agents chimiques. Un
environnement pollué ou humide risque d'entraîner la formation d'un arc
électrique entre des bornes contaminées.
IMPORTANT: Do not use the manual override switches for operations
concerning the safety or emergency isolation of monitored and controlled
equipment. The output relays of the XM module are controlled by
firmware-driven electronic circuits and not directly by the manual override
switches.
IMPORTANT: Use this XM07 or XM14 input/output module only as an
operating control. Where failure or malfunction of the XM07 or XM14 module
could lead to personal injury or damage to the controlled equipment or other
property, additional precautions must be designed into the control system.
Incorporate and maintain other devices, such as supervisory or alarm systems
or safety or limit controls, that are intended to warn of or protect against failure
or malfunction of the XM07 or XM14 module.
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IMPORTANT: In North America, the module is intended for installation with
Class 2 inputs and outputs only where no special electrical safety mounting
precautions are generally necessary. These modules are UL Listed as Open
Energy Management Equipment per UL 916.
IMPORTANT: Before specifying the XM07 or XM14 input/output module for
plenum applications, verify acceptance of exposed plastic materials in plenum
areas with the local building authority. Building codes for plenum requirements
vary by location. Some local building authorities accept compliance to UL
1995, Heating and Cooling Equipment, whereas others use different
acceptance criteria.
IMPORTANT: Cables and wiring at Safety Extra-Low Voltage (SELV) and
Class 2 wiring (North America) must be separated from power line voltage
wiring. A minimum separation distance of 30 cm (12 in.) is recommended. Do
not run extra low voltage cables parallel to power line voltage cables for long
distances greater than 3 m (10 ft). Do not run extra low voltage wiring close to
transformers or high frequency generating equipment.
FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
7
North American Emissions Compliance
United States
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class A digital device pursuant to Part 15 of the Federal
Communication Commission (FCC) Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when this
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference, in
which case the user is required to correct the interference at his/her own
expense.
Canada
This Class (A) digital apparatus meets all the requirements of the
Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations.
Cet appareil numérique de la Classe (A) respecte toutes les exigences du
Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.
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Installation Procedures
!
WARNING: Risk of Electric Shock. Disconnect power supply before
making electrical connections. Contact with components carrying hazardous
voltage can cause electric shock and may result in severe personal injury or
death.
AVERTISSEMENT: Risque de décharge électrique: Débrancher
l'alimentation avant de réaliser tout branchement électrique. Tout contact avec
des composants conducteurs de tensions dangereuses risque d'entraîner une
décharge électrique et de provoquer des blessures graves, voire mortelles.
Mounting the XM07 and XM14 I/O Modules
Follow these instructions to properly install and connect the XM07 and
XM14 Input/Output Modules.
60 (2.37)
108 (4.26)
FIG: 07_dim_w/o_ovrd
118 (4.65)
56 (2.21)
FIG: 07_dim_w_ovrd
Figure 2: XM07 I/O Module Mounting Dimensions, mm (in.)
(Shown without Manual Override Controls)
FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
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69 (2.72)
108 (4.26)
118 (4.65)
65 (2.56)
Figure 3: XM07 I/O Module Mounting Dimensions, mm (in.)
(Shown with Manual Override Controls)
215 (8.47)
56 (2.21)
FIG: 14 dim_w/o_ovrd
118 (4.65)
60 (2.37)
FIG: 14 dim_w_ovrd
Figure 4: XM14 I/O Module Mounting Dimensions, mm (in.)
(Shown without Manual Override Controls)
10 FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
215 (8.47)
118 (4.65)
69 (2.72)
65 (2.56)
Figure 5: XM14 I/O Module Mounting Dimensions, mm (in.)
(Shown with Manual Override Controls)
The modules mount on a 35 mm (1.38 in.) DIN rail within a protective
enclosure. The horizontal position provides the most efficient cooling of
the module through the ventilation slots.
IMPORTANT: The Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS)
circuits in the module are sensitive to static electricity. Take suitable
precautions.
To mount the XM07 or XM14 module:
1. Set the jumpers and address switches before you install the module.
For more information, see Jumper Settings for XM07Module,
Jumper Settings for XM14 Module, and Local Link Communication
Card.
2. Locate the spring-loaded retaining clip(s) at the back of the module
(on the lower edge of the DIN rail).
3. Press the module upwards against the clips, engage the upper lugs
over the upper edge of the rail, and release downwards (Figure 6 and
Figure 7, illustration a.).
4. To remove the module, push the module up against the retaining
clip(s) and then tilt the top forward to release the top lugs from the
DIN rail.
You can also remove the module by removing the lower screw
terminals and carefully inserting a screw driver in Slot A (two slots
on XM14 module). You can then pull out the retaining clip(s) to
release the module from the DIN rail (Figure 6 and Figure 7,
illustration b.).
FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
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FIG: 07_mnt_DIN_rl
Figure 6: Mounting the XM07 Module on a DIN Rail
12 FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
FIG: 14_mnt_DIN_fl
Figure 7: Mounting the XM14 Module on a DIN Rail
5. Make wiring terminations with the detachable screw connectors.
The screw terminals are included in a separate bag within the
package.
The analog and digital input and analog output terminals accept one
1.5 mm2 (16 AWG) wire or two 0.8 mm (20 AWG) wires.
The power input and relay and triac output terminals accept one or
two 1.5 mm2 (16 AWG) wires.
N ote: The relay and triac terminals may carry voltages up to
250 VAC.
FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
13
6. Make the terminations to the Supervisory Link (which for the XM
module is the Local Link Bus of an FX16X Master Controller) via
the connectors provided with the module. The connectors accept
either one 1.5 mm2 (16 AWG) wire or two 0.8 mm (20 AWG)
wires.
7. Verify that the wiring is correctly installed and that voltage levels
are appropriate for the various input signals according to the
application.
FIG: 07_isolat_diag
Electronic Circuit Isolation Diagrams for XM07 and XM14 Modules
Figure 8: Isolation Diagram for XM07 I/O Module
14 FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
FIG: 14_isolat_diag
(*) Not isolated
(**) DC/DC converter with dielectric strength up to 500 V
Digital outputs are isolated from the CPU with dielectric strength up to 4000 V.
Figure 9: Isolation Diagram for XM14 I/O Module
N ote: The built-in power supply switching transformer isolates the
24 VAC power supply (500 VAC) or 90-240 VAC power supply
(4000 VAC) from the Central Processing Unit (CPU) and all Inputs and
Outputs (I/Os).
FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
15
Powering the XM07 and XM14 Modules
24 VAC Models
To power the XM07 or XM14 module with a 24 VAC power supply
(Model Codes LP-XM07Xxx-xxx and LP-XM14Xxx-xxx), you need a
transformer with the following specifications:
Input Voltage: Local line voltage (for example: 120 or 230 VAC) at
50/60 Hz
Output Voltage: 24 VAC ± 15% at 50/60 Hz
VA Rating: (minimum)
•
XM07: 15 VA
•
XM14: 20 VA
Transformer Type: Safety Extra-Low Voltage (SELV) in Europe;
Class 2 in North America
Add an external slow blow fuse (1 to 2 A) in the 24 VAC circuit to
protect the module and power wiring.
Connecting the Earth terminal to a clean electrical grounding point
enhances the immunity of the XM module to electromagnetic
interference. If a clean ground is not available, leave the Earth terminal
unconnected. The connection is not required for any safety reason.
90 to 240 VAC Models (Models not available in North
America)
To power the XM07 or XM14 module with a 90 to 240 VAC power
supply (Model Codes LP-XM07Bxx-xxx and LP-XM14Bxx-xxx), you
need a power source with the following specifications:
Input Voltage: 90 VAC to 240 VAC at 50/60 Hz
VA Rating (minimum):
•
XM07: 19 VA
•
XM14: 24 VA
Add an external slow blow fuse (500 mA) in the power supply circuit to
protect the module and power wiring.
Connecting the Earth terminal to a clean electrical grounding point
enhances the immunity of the XM module to electromagnetic
interference. If a clean ground is not available, leave the Earth terminal
unconnected. The connection is not required for any safety reason.
16 FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
Connection Details for XM07 and XM14 Modules
!
WARNING: Risk of Electric Shock. Disconnect or isolate all power
supplies before making electrical connections. More than one disconnect or
isolation may be required to completely de-energize equipment. Contact with
components carrying hazardous voltage can cause electric shock and may
result in severe personal injury or death.
AVERTISSEMENT: Risque de décharge électrique. Débrancher ou isoler
toute alimentation avant de réaliser un branchement électrique. Plusieurs
isolations et débranchements sont peut-être nécessaires pour-couper
entièrement l'alimentation de l'équipement. Tout contact avec des composants
conducteurs de tensions dangereuses risque d'entraîner une décharge
électrique et de provoquer des blessures graves, voire mortelles.
UI Com
UI Com
UI2
UI3
UI4
UI5
+5V
+15V
1 2 3 4 5 11 12 1314 15 16
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
5(3)A
Max 250V
3(1)A
Max 250V
3(1)A
Max 250V
3(1)A
Max 250V
31 32
33 34
35 36
37 38
39 40
41 42
DO2
DO2 Com
DO3
DO3 Com
DO4
DO4 Com
DO5
DO5 Com
DO6
DO6 Com
51 52 53
24 V
5(3)A
Max 250V
V Hot
5(3)A
Max 250V
DO1
DO1 Com
Supervisory Link
Earth
V Com
1: C om
2: LL3: LL+
D igital Outputs
NOT USED
U niversal Inputs
L o cal L in k
1
2
3
A nalog Outputs D igital Inputs
FIG: 07_wire_X01_X51
AO Com
AO1
AO2
AO3
AOCom
DI Com
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
UI1
Key: UI: Universal Input; AO: Analog Output; DI: Digital (Binary)
Input; DO: Digital (Binary) Output; LL: Local Link
Power
Figure 10: Connection Details for the LP-XM07X01 and LP-XM07X51
Modules (6 Relays and 24 VAC Power Supply)
FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
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UI Com
UI Com
UI2
UI3
UI4
UI5
+5V
+15V
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
U niversal Inputs
5(3)A
Max 250V
5(3)A
Max 250V
5(3)A
Max 250V
3(1)A
Max 250V
3(1)A
Max 250V
3(1)A
Max 250V
31 32
33 34
35 36
37 38
39 40
41 42
DO1
DO1 Com
DO2
DO2 Com
DO3
DO3 Com
DO4
DO4 Com
DO5
DO5 Com
DO6
DO6 Com
D igital Outputs
Supervisory Link
51 52 53
V Hot
1: C om
2: LL3: LL+
90 - 240 V
L o cal L in k
Earth
V Com
1
2
3
A nalog Outputs D igital Inputs
FIG: 07_wire_B01_B51
AO Com
AO1
AO2
AO3
AOCom
DI Com
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
UI1
1 2 3 4 5 11 12 1314 15 16
NOT USED
Power
UI Com
UI Com
UI2
UI3
UI4
UI5
+5V
+15V
1 2 3 4 5 11 12 1314 15 16
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
U niversal Inputs
33 34
35 36
37 38
39 40
41 42
51 52 53
24 V
31 32
DO6
DO6 Com
3(1)A
Max 250V
DO5
DO5 Com
3(1)A
Max 250V
DO4
DO4 Com
3(1)A
Max 250V
DO3
DO3 Com
5(3)A
Max 250V
DO2
DO2 Com
0.5A
24V
V Hot
D igital Outputs
Supervisory Link
DO1
DO1 Com
0.5A
24V
1: C om
2: LL3: LL+
Earth
V Com
L o cal L in k
1
2
3
A nalog Outputs D igital Inputs
NOT USED
FIG: 07_wire_X11_X51
AO Com
AO1
AO2
AO3
AOCom
DI Com
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
UI1
Figure 11: Connection Details for the LP-XM07B01 and LP-XM07B51
Modules (6 Relays and 90- 240 VAC Power Supply)
Power
Figure 12: Connection Details for the LP-XM07X11 and LP-XM07X61
Modules (2 Triacs [24 VAC], 4 Relays, and 24 VAC Power Supply)
18 FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
UI Com
UI Com
UI2
UI3
UI4
UI5
+5V
+15V
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28
U niversal Inputs
5(3)A
Max 250V
5(3)A
Max 250V
3(1)A
Max 250V
3(1)A
Max 250V
3(1)A
Max 250V
31 32
33 34
35 36
37 38
39 40
41 42
DO2
DO2 Com
DO3
DO3 Com
DO4
DO4 Com
DO5
DO5 Com
DO6
DO6 Com
51 52 53
24 V
5(3)A
Max 250V
DO1
DO1 Com
D igital Outputs
Supervisory Link
V Hot
1: C om
2: LL3: LL+
Earth
V Com
L o cal L in k
1
2
3
A nalog Outputs D igital Inputs
FIG: 07_wire_B11_B61
AO Com
AO1
AO2
AO3
AOCom
DI Com
DI1
DI2
DI3
DI4
UI1
1 2 3 4 5 11 12 1314 15 16
NOT USED
Power
Not Used
2122 2324 25 2627 28 2930 3132 33 3435 36 3738 3940
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Digital Inputs
Supervisory Link
7172 73 7475 76
81 82 83
24 VAC
DO 9 no
DO 9 Com
DO 8 no
DO 8 Com
61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68
DO 7 no
DO 7 Com
DO 6 no
DO 6 Com
DO 5 no
DO 5 Com
DO 4 no
DO 4 Com
DO 3 no
DO 3 Com
DO 2 no
DO 2 Com
DO 1 no
DO 1 C om
41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58
Analog
Outputs
V ~ Hot
Digital Outputs
5(3)A - Max 250V
E arth
V ~ C om
1: C om
2: LL3: LL+
Analog
Outputs
A O 1 V Ref
AO 1
A O 1 C om
A O 2 V Ref
AO2
A O 2 C om
L o cal L in k
1
2
3
Universal Inputs
FIG: 14_wire_X01_X51
D I Com
D I1
D I2
D I3
D I Com
D I4
D I5
D I6
D I Com
D I7
D I8
D I9
D I Com
D I1 0
D I1 1
D I1 2
A O 3,4 V Ref
AO3
AO4
A O 3,4 C om
Ul Com
UI 1
EXT V
Ul Com
UI 2
Ul Com
UI 3
EXT V
Ul Com
UI 4
Ul C om
UI 5
AV P S /E X T V
Ul Com
UI 6
Figure 13: Connection Details for the LP-XM07B11 and LP-XM07B61
Modules (2 Triacs [230 VAC], 4 Relays, and 90 to 240 VAC Power Supply)
Power
For PWM
Configuration
Figure 14: Connection Details for the LP-XM14X01 and LP-XM14X51
Modules (9 Relays and 24 VAC Power Supply)
FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
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21222324 25 2627 28 2930 3132 33 3435 36 37383940
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Universal Inputs
1
2
3
1: C om
2: LL3: LL+
Supervisory Link
Digital Outputs
5(3)A - Max 250V
Analog
Outputs
81 82 83
V ~ Hot
90-240 V~
E arth
V ~ C om
A O 1 P ower
AO 1
A O 1 C om
A O 2 P ower
AO2
A O 2 C om
7172 73 7475 76
D O 9 no
DO 9 Com
DO 8 no
DO 8 Com
DO 7 no
DO 7 Com
61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68
D O 6 no
DO 6 Com
DO 5 no
DO 5 Com
DO 4 no
DO 4 Com
DO 3 no
DO 3 Com
DO 2 no
DO 2 Com
41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58
DO 1 no
DO 1 C om
Analog
Outputs
Digital Inputs
L o cal L in k
FIG: 14_wire_B01_B51
DI C om
DI1
DI2
DI3
D I C om
D I4
D I5
D I6
D I C om
D I7
D I8
D I9
D I C om
D I1 0
D I11
D I1 2
AO Pow er
AO3
AO4
AO C om
U l C om
U I1
U I +5V /+15V
U l C om
U I2
U l C om
U I3
U I +5V /+15V
U l C om
U I4
U l C om
U I5
U I +5V /+15V
U l C om
U I6
Not Used
Power
For PWM
Configuration
Not Used
21222324 25 2627 28 29 30 3132 3334 3536 37383940
Universal Inputs
81 82 83
24 V~
7172 73 7475 76
V ~ Ho t
D O 9 no
DO 9 Co m
61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68
DO 8 n o
DO 8 Co m
D O 6 no
DO 6 Co m
DO 5 n o
DO 5 Co m
DO 4 n o
DO 4 Co m
DO 3 n o
DO 3 Co m
41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58
DO 2 n o
DO 2 Co m
Analog
Outputs
Digital Outputs
0.5A - 24V
DO 7 n o
DO 7 Co m
Digital Outputs
5(3)A - Max 250V
Supervisory Link
A O 1 P o we r
AO 1
AO 1 C om
A O 2 P o we r
AO2
AO 2 C om
1: C om
2: LL3: LL+
1
2
3
L o cal L in k
DO 1 n o
DO 1 C o m
Analog
Outputs
Digital Inputs
E a rth
V~ C om
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Power
For PWM
Configuration
Figure 16: Connection Details for the LP-XM14X11 and LP-XM14X61
Modules (5 Relays, 4 Triacs [24 VAC] and 24 VAC Power Supply)
20 FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
FIG: 14_wire_X11_X61
DI C om
DI1
DI2
DI3
D I C om
D I4
D I5
D I6
D I C om
D I7
D I8
D I9
D I C om
D I1 0
D I11
D I1 2
AO Pow er
AO3
AO4
AO C om
U l C om
U I1
U I +5 V /+1 5 V
U l C om
U I2
U l C om
U I3
U I +5 V /+1 5 V
U l C om
U I4
U l C om
U I5
U I +5 V /+1 5 V
U l C om
U I6
Figure 15: Connection Details for the LP-XM14B01 and LP-XM14B51
Modules (9 Relays and 90 to 240 VAC Power Supply)
21222324 25 2627 28 2930 3132 33 3435 36 37383940
Universal Inputs
81 82 83
V ~ Ho t
7172 73 7475 76
90-240 V~
D O 9 no
DO 9 Co m
61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68
DO 8 n o
DO 8 Co m
D O 6 no
DO 6 Co m
DO 5 n o
DO 5 Co m
DO 4 n o
DO 4 Co m
DO 3 n o
DO 3 Co m
41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58
DO 2 n o
DO 2 Co m
Analog
Outputs
Digital Outputs
0.5A - 230V
DO 7 n o
DO 7 Co m
Digital Outputs
5(3)A - Max 250V
Supervisory Link
A O 1 P o we r
AO 1
AO 1 C om
A O 2 P o we r
AO2
AO 2 C om
1: C om
2: LL3: LL+
1
2
3
L o cal L in k
DO 1 n o
DO 1 C o m
Analog
Outputs
Digital Inputs
E a rth
V~ C om
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
FIG: 14_wire_B11_B61
DI C om
DI1
DI2
DI3
D I C om
D I4
D I5
D I6
D I C om
D I7
D I8
D I9
D I C om
D I1 0
D I11
D I1 2
AO Pow er
AO3
AO4
AO C om
U l C om
U I1
U I +5 V /+1 5 V
U l C om
U I2
U l C om
U I3
U I +5 V /+1 5 V
U l C om
U I4
U l C om
U I5
U I +5 V /+1 5 V
U l C om
U I6
Not Used
Power
For PWM
Configuration
Figure 17: Connection Details for the LP-XM14B11 and LP-XM14B61
Modules (5 Relays, 4 Triacs [230 VAC] and 90 to 240 VAC Power Supply)
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FIG: 07_jmpr_sttg
Jumper Settings for XM07 Module
Figure 18: XM07 Module Board with Jumper and Connectors
Table 1: Universal Input UI1 Jumper Setting
UI1 Current Jumper
Description
Upper Position
Default jumper position for full UI1 software configuration;
current shunt only active when current input is selected and
when power is present.
Lower Position
Jumper position for permanent current shunt on UI1
(independent of power). Use only for inputs configured as
current (4–20 mA) to maintain current path when module
power fails.
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FIG: 14_jmpr_sttg
Jumper Settings for XM14 Module
Figure 19: XM14 Module Board with Jumper and Connectors
Table 2: Universal Input UI6 Jumper Setting
UI6 Current Jumper
Description
Upper Position
Default jumper position for full UI6 software configuration;
current shunt only active when current input is selected and
when power is present.
Lower Position
Jumper position for permanent current shunt on UI6
(independent of power). Use only for inputs configured as
current (4–20 mA) to maintain current path when module
power fails.
Table 3: Universal Input Sensor Power Jumper Configuration
Power Output
Terminal
V Ref (+5 V) for Ratiometric
Signal
V Ref (+15 V) for Active
0-10 V or 4-20 mA Signal
a
Terminal 3
Pins closed between 3 and 2
(Default Configuration)
Pins closed between 2 and 1
b
c
Terminal 8
Pins closed between 2 and 3
(Default Configuration)
Pins closed between 1 and 2
Terminal 13
Pins closed between 2 and 3
(Default Configuration)
Pins closed between 1 and 2
Jumper
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Local Link Communication Card
The local link (N2 Open RS-485) communication card is supplied with
the module and is available as a replacement part. The same card is used
for the FX07 (XM07) or FX14 (XM14). (See Ordering Codes.)
The local link communication card allows the XM module to connect to
the local link bus of the FX16X Master Controller. The supervisory link
of the card is labeled Local Link on the XM module cover.
FIG: 07_LL_comm_crd
Configuring the Local Link Communication Card
FIG: 14_LL_comm_crd
Figure 20: XM07 Local Link Communication Card
Figure 21: XM14 Local Link Communication Card
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To configure the local link communication card:
1. Remove power from the module and isolate all high-voltage
connections to the module for safety purposes.
2. Remove the cover of the module. For the XM07 module, this
normally requires that you release the module from the DIN rail to
gain access to the tabs that hold the cover to the base. For the XM14
module, remove the cover by releasing the two screws securing the
cover.
IMPORTANT: The Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS)
integrated circuits in the module and on the communication card are sensitive
to static voltage discharges. Take suitable precautions.
3. On the upper DIP switch block (S2), set Switch 1 as follows:
0 = Baud Rate and Local Link (N2) Address set on DIP switches
N ote: The XM modules do not support a local display.
4. Set the Baud Rate on switches 4-3-2.
N ote: For N2 communication with the FX16X Master Controller,
you must select the baud rate at 9600 (factory default setting).
5. Set the Local Link (N2) Address on the lower DIP switch block (S1)
in binary format (1 = ON). Examples are:
87654321
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 = N2 Address 1
0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 = N2 Address 3
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 = N2 Address 129
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 = N2 Address 255
N ote: The address must correspond to the address assigned to the
XM module in the FX16X Master Controller software application.
The factory default address is 1.
6. Replace the module cover and remount the XM07 module onto the
DIN rail, or secure XM14 module cover with the two screws.
7. Restore power to the module and reconnect any inputs and outputs
that were isolated for safety purposes.
IMPORTANT: If changing the Local Link (N2) Address during a bench test
with power applied to the module, cycle the power for a new address to
become active in the module.
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Connecting the Local Link (N2 Open) Communication Card
The XM module cover indicates the Local Link terminals as 1, 2, 3.
Connect to the Local Link Bus (RS-485 N2 Open) as shown in Table 4.
The connections are polarity sensitive and must be made correctly. If
the bus cable has a shield, twist or connect the shields of the incoming
and outgoing cables and insulate the exposed metal wires with tape. If
the shield is used as the COM wire, connect it to Terminal 1.
Table 4: Local Link (N2 Open) Bus Connections
Local Link/Supervisory Link
Local Link (N2) Bus
1 – COM
COM
2 – RT-
LL -
3 – RT+
LL +
Network Layout
For details on how to lay out an N2 network, refer to the
N2 Communications Bus Technical Bulletin (LIT-636018).
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Inputs and Outputs
Introduction
XM07 I/O Module
The XM07 module features the following physical Input/Output (I/O)
channels. You can directly connect up to 18 physical inputs and outputs
to the XM07 module. The XM07 module also features manual override
controls.
•
five Universal Inputs (UIs)
•
four Digital (Binary) Inputs (DIs) with LED indication
•
three Analog Outputs (AOs)
–
•
manual override on two outputs with LED indication
six Digital (Binary) Outputs (DOs) with LED indication
–
six relays or
–
two triacs and four relays
–
manual override on four outputs
XM14 I/O Module
The XM14 module features the following physical Input/Output (I/O)
channels. You can directly connect up to 31 physical inputs and outputs
to the XM14 module. The XM14 module also features manual override
controls.
•
six Universal Inputs (UIs)
•
twelve Digital (Binary) Inputs (DIs) with LED indication
•
four Analog Outputs (AOs)
–
•
manual override on three outputs with LED indication
nine Digital (Binary) Outputs (DOs) with LED indication
–
nine relays or
–
five relays and four triacs
–
manual override on seven outputs
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Inputs and Outputs Concepts
Universal Inputs
The XM07 module accepts up to five universal inputs. The XM14
module accepts up to six universal inputs.
You can configure each input using FX Builder to read:
•
A99 temperature sensor
•
PT1000 Standard and Extended Range temperature sensors
•
Ni1000(Johnson Controls) temperature sensor
•
Ni1000 Extended (Johnson Controls) temperature sensor
•
Ni1000 Siemens (Landis+Gyr) temperature sensor
•
Ni1000 DIN temperature sensor
•
NTC 2.2k temperature sensor
•
NTC 10k temperature sensor
•
Ratiometric (0.5-4.5 V)
•
linear 0-10 V
•
linear 4–20 mA
•
digital (binary) input from a potential-free contact
A jumper is available on one input to provide a permanent current shunt
in case a 4–20 mA input is also monitored by another device. Power is
provided for the universal inputs at 15 VDC 80 mA, and at 5 VDC
20 mA, and is selected by jumpers in the XM14 module.
Digital Inputs
The XM07 module accepts four digital (binary) inputs from
potential-free contacts. The XM14 module accepts twelve digital
(binary) inputs from potential-free contacts.
Each input has an LED indicator which you can configure using FX
Builder to show green or red when the contact is open or closed. With
the input filter set at 50 Hz, you can configure a transition counter
(minimum 10 ms On, and minimum 10 ms Off) in the control
application for any one or more of the digital inputs.
Analog Outputs
The XM07 module provides three analog outputs, 0-10 VDC at 10 mA
or Pulse Width Modulation Signal (PWM) at 100 Hz cycle frequency
with a 15 VDC/10 mA reference signal.
The XM14 module provides four analog outputs. They are configured in
the application software.
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Analog Output Manual Overrides
IMPORTANT: Do not use the manual override switches for operations
concerning the safety or emergency isolation of monitored and controlled
equipment. The output relays of the XM module are controlled by
firmware-driven electronic circuits and not directly by the manual override
switches.
The manual override models of the XM07 module provide manual
override controls for two of the three analog outputs.
The manual override models of the XM14 module provide manual
override controls for three of the four analog outputs.
Each override dial is marked 0-10 and has an LED indicator that
illuminates amber when the output is in override mode.
Digital Outputs
The XM07 module provides six digital (binary) outputs, available in
two hardware configurations:
•
six relays – at 5(3) A; and three pilot duty at 3(1) A
•
two triacs (500 mA) and four relays – at 5(3) A; and three pilot duty
at 3(1) A
The XM14 provides nine digital (binary) outputs, available in two
hardware configurations:
•
nine relays – at 5(3) A
•
five relays – at 5(3) A; and four triacs (500 mA).
Each output has an LED indicator that illuminates green when the
output is closed.
Digital Output Manual Overrides
IMPORTANT: Do not use the manual override switches for operations
concerning the safety or emergency isolation of monitored and controlled
equipment. The output relays of the XM module are controlled by
firmware-driven electronic circuits and not directly by the manual override
switches.
The manual override models of the XM07 module provide manual
override controls for four of the six digital outputs.
The manual override models of the XM14 module provide manual
override controls for seven of the nine digital outputs.
The manual override control is a three position switch marked
on-auto-off (I A 0). When the output is overridden to the on (closed)
state, the LED indicator illuminates amber.
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Detailed Inputs and Outputs Procedures
Universal Inputs
The Universal Inputs accept a wide range of analog input signals, either
passive or active, as configured in the related Analog Input object in the
FX16X Master Controller application using FX Builder. The Universal
Input also accepts a potential-free contact input when configured as a
Digital Input in the FX16X Master Controller application.
The voltage outputs from the XM07 or XM14 module can supply
+15 VDC at 80 mA (total) for active sensors, and +5 V at 20 mA (total)
for ratiometric sensors. This may limit the number of active sensors that
can be powered by the module. Check the sensor current consumption
data before connecting any device.
The ranges of active sensor (voltage and current) inputs are set in
configuration parameters within the FX16X Master Controller
application software using FX Builder. The HighRange and LowRange
parameters define the equivalent values for reading at high (10 V, 20
mA, 4.5 V) and low (0 V, 4 mA, 0.5 V) signal inputs. Voltage inputs
from differential pressure transducers can be linearized by a square root
function (SQRT), which operates over the complete range of the input.
The passive sensor (resistance) inputs have pre-configured linearization
characteristics within the application software. For these sensors, the
measurement range is fixed, but you can set the reliability range in
software.
The input signal is converted by the XM module according to the
related Analog Input object setup configuration. The setup possibilities
include the following:
•
A99 temperature sensor
•
PT1000 Standard and Extended Range temperature sensors
•
Ni1000(Johnson Controls) temperature sensor
•
Ni1000 Extended (Johnson Controls) temperature sensor
•
Ni1000 Siemens (Landis+Gyr) temperature sensor
•
Ni1000 DIN temperature sensor
•
NTC 2.2k temperature sensor
•
NTC 10k temperature sensor
•
Ratiometric (0.5 4.5 V)
•
linear 0-10 V
•
linear 4-20 mA
•
digital (binary) input from a potential-free contact
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The measurement unit of the analog value also enables the FX16X
Master Controller with its XM modules to transmit the measured value
via the network in the appropriate format. Available configurable units
include the following:
•
temperature
•
percentage
•
air pressure
•
liquid pressure
•
flow
•
voltage
A configurable filter object is available in the FX16X Master Controller
application software for each Analog Input object to reduce signal
instability. You can configure an additional anti-spike filter to limit the
rate of change of the input value.
Connecting Passive Resistive Sensors
The XM07 and XM14 modules provide the power source and linearize
the signals from Resistive Temperature Device (RTD) sensors
connected to universal inputs to provide a reading in temperature units.
You must configure the analog input object to accept the correct passive
sensor type in the control application software loaded into the FX16X
Master Controller.
Figure 22 shows the connection between an XM module and a passive
resistive sensor.
XM07/XM14
Passive Sensor (RTD)
UI Com
UIn
Figure 22: A99 Resistive Sensor Connection
IMPORTANT: The two passive sensor leads have no polarity; therefore, it is
not necessary to respect any specific order when connecting to the terminal
block.
Connecting Active 0-10 V and 4-20 mA Sensors
The XM module accepts active temperature, pressure, flow, humidity,
and other sensors that provide a voltage signal in the range 0-10 VDC,
or a current signal in the range 4-20 mA.
Figure 23 displays the connection between an XM module and a
0-10 V sensor powered by the module at 15 VDC.
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XM07/XM14
Active Sensor 0 – 10 V
UI Com
Common
UIn
Signal + 0 – 10 V
+15 V Power
+15 V
Figure 23: Active Sensor Connection (0 – 10 V)
You must configure the analog input object to accept a 0-10 V signal in
the FX16X Master Controller application software. Figure 24 displays
the connection between an XM module and a current sensor powered by
the XM module or an external power source.
XM07/XM14
Active Sensor 4-20 mA
UI Com
Common
Signal 4-20 mA
UIn
Power Supply
Power Supply
XM07/XM14
UIn
Active Sensor 4-20 mA
Signal 4-20 mA
Power Supply
+15 V
Figure 24: Active Sensor Connection (4 – 20 mA)
You must configure the analog input object to accept a 4–20 mA signal
in the FX16X Master Controller application software.
IMPORTANT: Respect connection polarities when wiring multiple sensors.
Powering an active sensor with the same 24 VAC power supply as the XM
module may affect the isolation between the microprocessor and the power
supply. If you disregard the power supply and universal input polarity, a short
circuit may result, causing the external fuse to blow.
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Connecting Voltage-Free Contacts to Universal Inputs
The voltage-free contacts connect to the XM module as shown in
Figure 25.
XM07/XM14
Digital Input Volt-free Contact
UI Com
UIn
Figure 25: Voltage Free Contact Connection to Universal Input
Digital Inputs
The digital (binary) inputs accept potential-free contacts.
The Digital Input object in the FX16X Master Controller application
software provides the interface between the hardware digital input
channel and the control logic. A digital input is logically active (true)
depending on its polarity setting. The default setting is Normally Open
or Direct. This means the input is active (true) when the contact is
closed. The LED indicator can be set to show red or green when the
input is true. You can set the parameters in FX Builder.
Connecting Voltage-Free Contacts to Digital Inputs
The voltage-free contacts connect to the XM module as shown in
Figure 26.
XM07/XM14
Digital Input Volt-free Contact
DI Com
DIn
Figure 26: Voltage Free Contact Connection
Connecting the Transition Counter Input
The XM07 and XM14 modules feature a transition counter on one or
more of the digital inputs that samples a pulse signal at 50 Hz
maximum, with a minimum ON time of 10 ms, and a minimum OFF
time of 10 ms.
The Input Counter object in the FX16X Master Controller application
software provides the interface between the digital input, acting as a
transition counter, and the control application.
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The totalized value is stored in nonvolatile memory during a power
interruption to the FX16X Master Controller, and retrieved by the object
after power restoration. Any pulses during the power interruption are
not counted.
For example, the transition counter counts the number of times an item
of equipment is started.
For informational purposes and energy management, you can also use
the transition counter as a totalizer for energy consumption
measurement. For primary energy billing applications, a separate utility
meter approved by local authorities is normally required.
Analog Outputs
You can configure the analog outputs as 0-10 VDC (each at 10 mA
maximum), or PWM (100 Hz). The Analog Output object provides the
interface between the hardware Analog Output channel and the control
application.
You can configure the analog outputs for direct- or reverse-acting in the
application software. You can limit by high limit (MaxOutput) and low
limit (MinOutput) values.
An analog output can be overridden and its value modified via a
supervisory system if the control application is configured for this
feature. On an XM module with manual override controls, the analog
output can be set into manual override mode and its value set by a
hardware dial. The manual override has priority over the control
application and a supervisory system override, and the manual override
status can be monitored by the control application for transmission to
the supervisory system.
Connecting the 0-10 V Analog Output
The analog outputs are commonly used to drive proportional devices
and can be connected to drive any of the Johnson Controls®
proportional valve actuators. See Figure 27.
XM07/XM14
Actuating Device 0 – 10 V
Com
AO Com
Common
Signal + 0–10 V
AOn
Power
Power Supply
(see IMPORTANT Note)
Figure 27: Analog Output Connection
IMPORTANT: When the power supply to the actuating device uses the same
common terminal on the device as the analog output, respect the same power
supply connection polarity at any other device connected to the XM module.
34 FX Input/Output (I/O) Modules – XM07 and XM14
Connecting the PWM Analog Output
The PWM configuration of the XM Analog Outputs gives additional
flexibility and capability to drive and command a fan speed controller,
such as the U215LP-PWM Series.
Connecting a Fan Speed Controller with Opto-Isolated PWM
Input
Fan Speed Controller (PWM
with reference voltage power)
XM07/XM14
AOn PWM
Signal PWM
Reference
signal power
AO V Ref
+ 15 VDC
Power Supply
Power Supply
Figure 28: PWM Output with Reference Voltage Connection
If the PWM input of the fan speed controller is opto-isolated, and the
fan speed controller input control circuit requires independent power,
the XM module provides a Voltage Reference signal of 15 VDC at
10 mA to power the input. See Figure 28.
Connecting a Fan Speed Controller with PWM Input
If the PWM control circuit of the fan speed controller does not require
independent power, the connection to the XM module appears in
Figure 29.
XM07/XM14
AO Com
Fan Speed Controller (PWM)
Common
Signal PWM
AOn PWM
Power Supply
Power Supply
Figure 29: PWM Output Connection
IMPORTANT: When the power supply to the fan speed controller uses the
same common terminal or connection on the device as the analog output,
make sure to respect the same power supply connection polarity at any other
device that is connected to the XM module. Connecting AO Com to 24 V Com
leads to the loss of the isolation of the microprocessor in the XM module. Not
respecting the power supply polarity may result in a short circuit in the power
supply.
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Digital Outputs
Digital (binary) outputs are available as relays with heavy or pilot duty,
or as triacs, according to the model.
The Digital Output object in the FX16X Master Controller application
software provides the interface between the hardware digital output
channel and the control application. You can set the parameters in FX
Builder.
A digital output can be overridden and its value modified via a
supervisory system if the control application is configured for this
feature. On an XM module with manual override controls, the digital
output can be set into manual on or manual off override mode by a
hardware switch. The manual override has priority over the control
application and a supervisory system override, and the manual override
status can be monitored by the control application for transmission to
the supervisory system. An amber LED indicates the manual on status
(in place of the green LED in automatic mode).
The Digital Output object for the XM module only provides the On/Off
Output mode.
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Connecting the Relays
!
WARNING: Risk of Electric Shock. Disconnect or isolate all power
supplies before making electrical connections. More than one disconnect or
isolation may be required to completely de-energize equipment. Contact with
components carrying hazardous voltage can cause electric shock and may
result in severe personal injury or death.
AVERTISSEMENT: Risque de décharge électrique. Débrancher ou isoler
toute alimentation avant de réaliser un branchement électrique. Plusieurs
isolations et débranchements sont peut-être nécessaires pour-couper
entièrement l'alimentation de l'équipement. Tout contact avec des composants
conducteurs de tensions dangereuses risque d'entraîner une décharge
électrique et de provoquer des blessures graves, voire mortelles.
The XM module features digital outputs with electromechanical relays.
See Technical Specifications for details on the number of relays and
ratings.
Each relay contact has a separate common terminal. Each relay also has
double isolation between the contact and the relay coil and between
contacts of adjacent relays. Having a separate common terminal and
double isolation allows the connection of the relays to reach different
voltage supply sources. See Figure 30.
Relay Control
DEVICE
N
230/24 VAC
XM07/XM14
DO3
DO3 Com
FUSE
L
Figure 30: Relay Output Connection Diagram
Connecting the Triacs
The XM module triac outputs (0.5 A; 230 VAC or 24 VAC, depending
on the model) are commonly used to drive low power loads that are
switched frequently. See Figure 31 and Figure 32.
Triac Control
Load 1
N
XM07
DO1
DO1 Com
230/24 VAC
Load 2
L
DO2
DO2 Com
Figure 31: XM07 Module Triac Output Connection Diagram
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Triac Control
Load 1
XM14
DO6
DO6 Com
Load 2
DO7
DO7 Com
N
230/24 VAC
Load 3
DO8
DO8 Com
Load 4
L
DO9
DO9 Com
Figure 32: XM14 Module Triac Output Connection Diagram
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Operation
Operation Concepts
User Interfaces – LEDs and Manual Override
The XM07 and XM14 modules have LED indication on all digital
(binary) inputs and all digital (binary) outputs.
Manual overrides are provided on analog and digital outputs as follows:
•
XM07 - manual override on two analog and four digital outputs with
LED indication
•
XM14 - manual override on three analog and seven digital outputs
with LED indication
The manual overrides operate as long as power is applied to the module
and take priority over any command from the FX16X Master Controller
application or supervisory system.
The manual override requires no configuration in the controller
application except for the monitoring of the manual override status.
Supervisory Link – FX16X Master Controller Local Link
You must define the configuration of the XM modules in the control
application of an FX16X Master Controller. The Supervisory Link of
the XM module connects to the Local Link bus of the FX16X Master
Controller, which uses the RS-485 physical network and the N2
protocol. You can then integrate the FX16X Master Controller into a
supervisory building automation system for continuous monitoring of
the control system, including the XM modules. Three methods of
integration at the FX16X Master Controller level are supported:
•
N2 Open
•
LONWORKS® Twisted Pair/Free Topology (TP/FT-10)
•
BACnet® Master-Slave/Token-Passing (MS/TP)
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39
Application Configuration and Commissioning
The XM module design is based on the object-oriented architecture of
the FX platform that includes configurable input and output objects.
You can create control applications that include XM modules,
download them into the FX16X Master Controller, and commission the
FX16X Master Controller and its connected XM modules using the FX
Tools software package.
The tools available in the FX Tools software package are:
•
FX Builder: Use FX Builder to program and configure Facility
Explorer controllers and FX I/O Modules using menus, navigation
trees, and screens. The application configuration includes the definition
of the controllers and modules to be connected, the physical inputs
and outputs and data points to be monitored, and the format of the
FX16X Master Controller user interface display screens and
navigation.
•
FX CommPro N2/LON/BACnet: Use FX CommPro
N2/LON/BACnet to download and commission Facility Explorer
controllers and FX I/O Modules with parameter configuration for
control sequence and loop tuning. Three versions of the FX CommPro
tool support FX16X Master Controllers on N2 Open, LONWORKS, and
BACnet protocol networks.
Application Download
You can download applications that include XM module configuration
data into the connected FX16X Master Controller. The FX16X Master
Controller then communicates with the defined XM modules in the
application over its local link bus. You do not have to download any data to
the XM module directly.
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Detailed Operation Procedures
User Interfaces – LEDs and Manual Override
All models of the XM07 and XM14 I/O Modules have LED indication
on all digital (binary) inputs and all digital (binary) outputs. The models
with manual override have an LED indication of the manual mode. See
Figure 33 and Figure 34 for the positions of the LED indicators and the
manual override controls.
Note: Universal inputs configured as digital inputs do not have an LED
indication.
Figure 33: XM07 I/O Module with Manual Overrides
Figure 34: XM14 I/O Module with Manual Overrides
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41
Digital Input LEDs
You can configure each digital input LED in the software application to
illuminate green or red when the contact is open or closed. Green is
normally used for a status indication, and red is used for an alarm
condition.
Digital Output LEDs
Digital output LEDs illuminate green when the output (relay contact or
triac) is closed and the manual override switch (if present) is in the auto
position.
For outputs with a manual override switch, the LED illuminates amber
when the switch is in the manual on position.
Manual Override on Analog Outputs
IMPORTANT: Do not use the manual override switches for operations
concerning the safety or emergency isolation of monitored and controlled
equipment. The output relays of the XM module are controlled by
firmware-driven electronic circuits and not directly by the manual override
switches.
Manual overrides are provided on analog outputs as follows:
•
XM07 - manual override on two analog outputs (AO1, AO2)
•
XM14 - manual override on three analog outputs (AO1, AO2, AO3)
Each output has a dial marked 0…10 with a push function to enable and
disable the manual override mode, which is indicated by an amber LED.
Manual Override on Digital Outputs
IMPORTANT: Do not use the manual override switches for operations
concerning the safety or emergency isolation of monitored and controlled
equipment. The output relays of the XM module are controlled by
firmware-driven electronic circuits and not directly by the manual override
switches.
Manual overrides are provided on digital outputs as follows:
•
XM07 - manual override on four digital outputs (DO1 – DO4)
•
XM14 - manual override on seven digital outputs (DO1 – DO7)
Each output has a three-position switch labeled on-auto-off (I A 0). In
the on position, the digital output LED illuminates amber to indicate
that you have overridden the output to the closed state.
N ote: The manual overrides operate as long as power is applied to
the module and take priority over any command from the FX16X
Master Controller application or supervisory system.
N ote: The manual override requires no configuration in the
controller application except for the monitoring of the manual override
status.
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Supervisory Link - FX16X Master Controller Local Link
The Supervisory Link of the XM07 and XM14 modules is equipped
with an RS-485 N2 Open communication card that you connect to the
Local Link bus of an FX16X Master Controller. You can then integrate
the FX16X Master Controller into a supervisory building management
system for continuous monitoring of the control system. The FX16X
Master Controllers support three methods of integration:
•
N2 Open network
•
LONWORKS TP/FT-10 network
•
BACnet MS/TP network.
Refer to the Supervisory Link section of the Technical Bulletin of the
FX16X Master Controller that you are using for details of the network
connections and capabilities.
Application Configuration and Commissioning
FX Builder
You can program and configure the XM modules using the menus,
navigation trees, and graphic screens of FX Builder. FX Builder is part of
the FX Tools Pro software package. The XM module configuration is part
of an FX16X Master Controller application that includes the definition of
the physical inputs and outputs of the FX16X Master Controller and the
XM modules.
You generate applications in a graphic screen environment with features
that help you build the application quickly and accurately. The
applications are built from standard function modules and control
objects that nest in custom assemblies and can be saved for reuse in
other applications. FX Builder offers complete flexibility in the
generation of custom applications, and has features that enable reuse of
existing assemblies and standard applications where appropriate for an
economic solution.
The configuration includes the definition of the control logic and data
point values to be monitored for supervisory, commissioning, and
servicing functions, and the format of the user interface displays.
You can define the communication parameters for supervisory functions
and event messaging in FX Builder. You can also define user profiles with
passwords to protect the FX16X Master Controller and its XM modules
from unauthorized access. You also generate and configure trend logs
and time schedules for the FX16X Master Controller in FX Builder.
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Figure 35: FX Builder
Use FX Builder to build the control application on the graphical canvas
by creating and connecting instances of the objects in the database of
the controller. An object is a functional block with inputs, attributes, an
internal processing method, and outputs.
The available objects for the XM modules are shown in Table 5.
The control application and logic can also interact with the alarm and
event management, user interfaces, and communication services to
generate information and alarm messages for the user.
Table 5: FX I/O Modules Object List
Object Category
Object Name
Input
IOM Analog Input1 (from hardware Universal
Input)
IOM Digital Input1 (from hardware Universal
Input or Digital [Binary] Input)
Input Counter (from hardware Digital Input)
Output
IOM Analog Output1 (with manual override
status)
IOM On/Off Output1 (with manual override
status)
1. New enhanced version of object in FX Platform for FX I/O Modules at Release 4.0.
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FX CommPro N2/LON/BACnet
Use FX CommPro (available in N2 Open, LON, and BACnet versions)
to commission Facility Explorer devices including the FX16X Master
Controller and its XM modules.
In FX CommPro, you can display and monitor the network profile of
the connected controller with its Inputs, Outputs, Values, and
Configuration Parameters.
Use FX CommPro to download the control application into the FX16X
Master Controller, which then communicates configuration data to the
connected XM modules.
•
FX CommPro N2 monitors and downloads applications (using the
N2 Open protocol) when the FX16X Master Controller is equipped
with an N2 Open or RS-232C communication card.
•
FX CommPro LON monitors and downloads applications using the
LON protocol when the FX16X Master Controller is equipped with
a LON communication card.
•
FX CommPro BACnet monitors and downloads applications using
the BACnet MS/TP protocol when the FX16X Master Controller is
equipped with BACnet communication card.
Use FX CommPro N2 or FX CommPro BACnet to also download
updated firmware to the FX16X Master Controller and its connected
XM modules when the controller has an N2 or BACnet communications
card. To download new firmware to an FX16X Master Controller with a
LON communications card, you must replace the LON card with an N2
or RS-232C communications card and download using the N2 protocol.
Application Download
You can download a control application that includes XM modules to
the connected FX16X Master Controller via a computer with FX Tools
software. Refer to the Application Download section of the Technical
Bulletin of the FX16X Master Controller that you are using.
The FX16X Master Controller provides the XM modules with all
configuration data required for the operation. All security considerations
for the protection of data in the XM modules are also supported by the
FX16X Master Controller operation.
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Specifications and Technical Data
Ordering Codes
Table 6: XM07 Module - 24 VAC Power Supply
Product Code
Description
LP-XM07X01-000C
FX I/O Module with 5 UIs, 4 BIs, 3 AOs, 6 Relay DOs, 24 VAC power supply
LP-XM07X11-000C
FX I/O Module with 5 UIs, 4 BIs, 3 AOs, 2 Triac DOs, 4 Relay DOs, 24 VAC power
supply
LP-XM07X51-000C
FX I/O Module with 5 UIs, 4 BIs, 3 AOs, 6 Relay DOs, 24 VAC power supply
Manual Overrides for 2 AOs and 4 Relay DOs
LP-XM07X61-000C
FX I/O Module with 5 UIs, 4 BIs, 3 AOs, 2 Triac DOs, 4 Relay DOs, 24 VAC power
supply
Manual Overrides for 2 AOs, 2 Triac DOs, and 2 Relay DOs
Table 7: XM07 Module - 90 to 240 VAC Power Supply (Not Available in North America)
Product Code
Description
LP-XM07B01-000C
FX I/O Module with 5 UIs, 4 BIs, 3 AOs, 6 Relay DOs, 90-240 VAC power supply
LP-XM07B11-000C
FX I/O Module with 5 UIs, 4 BIs, 3 AOs, 2 Triac DOs, 4 Relay DOs, 90-240 VAC
power supply
LP-XM07B51-000C
FX I/O Module with 5 UIs, 4 BIs, 3 AOs, 6 Relay DOs, 90-240 VAC power supply
Manual Overrides for 2 AOs and 4 Relay DOs
LP-XM07B61-000C
FX I/O Module with 5 UIs, 4 BIs, 3 AOs, 2 Triac DOs, 4 Relay DOs, 90-240 VAC
power supply
Manual Overrides for 2 AOs, 2 Triac DOs, and 2 Relay DOs
Table 8: XM14 Module - 24 VAC Power Supply
Product Code
Description
LP-XM14X01-000C
FX I/O Module with 6 UIs, 12 BIs, 4 AOs, 9 Relay DOs, 24 VAC power supply
LP-XM14X11-000C
FX I/O Module with 6 UIs, 12 BIs, 4 AOs, 4 Triac DOs, 5 Relay DOs, 24 VAC power
supply
LP-XM14X51-000C
FX I/O Module with 6 UIs, 12 BIs, 4 AOs, 9 Relay DOs, 24 VAC power supply
Manual Overrides for 3 AOs and 7 Relay DOs
LP-XM14X61-000C
FX I/O Module with 6 UIs, 12 BIs, 4 AOs, 4 Triac DOs, 5 Relay DOs, 24 VAC power
supply
Manual Overrides for 3 AOs, 2 Triac DOs, and 5 Relay DOs
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Table 9: XM14 Module - 90 to 240 VAC Power Supply (Not Available in North America)
Product Code
Description
LP-XM14B01-000C
FX I/O Module with 6 UIs, 12 BIs, 4 AOs, 9 Relay DOs, 90-240 VAC power supply
LP-XM14B11-000C
FX I/O Module with 6 UIs, 12 BIs, 4 AOs, 4 Triac DOs, 5 Relay DOs, 90-240 VAC
power supply
LP-XM14B51-000C
FX I/O Module with 6 UIs, 12 BIs, 4 AOs, 9 Relay DOs, 90-240 VAC power supply
Manual Overrides for 3 AOs and 7 Relay DOs
LP-XM14B61-000C
FX I/O Module with 6 UIs, 12 BIs, 4 AOs, 4 Triac DOs, 5 Relay DOs, 90-240 VAC
power supply
Manual Overrides for 3 AOs, 2 Triac DOs, and 5 Relay DOs
Table 10: FX I/O Modules - Accessories
Product Code
Description
LP-KIT007-200C
Screw connectors kit for XM07 (replacement part – kit provided with each XM07
module)
LP-KIT014-200C
Screw connectors kit for XM14 (replacement part – kit provided with each XM14
module)
LP-NET071-000C
Local link (N2 Open RS-485) communication card for XM07 (replacement part – card
provided with each XM07 module)
LP-NET161-000C
Local link (N2 Open RS-485) communication card for XM14 (replacement part – card
provided with each XM14 module)
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Technical Specifications
Input/Output Technical Details
IMPORTANT: In North America, the module is intended for installation with Class 2 inputs and
outputs only where no special electrical safety mounting precautions are generally necessary. These
modules are UL Listed as Open Energy Management Equipment per UL 916.
XM07 Models
Table 11: XM07 Universal Inputs (UI) – All Models
Terminals
Channel
Type
Remark/Application
16, 21-26
UI1, UI2, UI3,
UI4, UI5
See Universal Input
Sensor Types in this
table.
Software configurable. Application: temperature,
humidity, pressure analog inputs at 16-bit
resolution or equipment status binary inputs.
Jumper for permanent current shunt path on UI1.
27
+5 V
UI Power:
5 VDC ±10%
at 20 mA max
Used to power active or ratiometric sensors
directly from the module.
28
+15 V
UI/AO Power
15 VDC ±10%
at 80 mA max
Used to power active sensors directly from the
module.
(Also used for PWM outputs using 10 mA each.)
Universal Input Sensor Types
Sensor Type
Full Linearization Range
Accuracy at 20°C (68°F) - Module Circuits
Only (sensor accuracy not included)
A99
-50 to 100°C (-58 to 212°F)
±0.5°C (±1°F)
PT1000 Extended
-50 to 160°C (-58 to 320°F)
±0.5°C (±1°F)
Ni1000
(Johnson Controls)
-45 to 120°C (-49 to 248°F)
±0.5°C (±1°F)
Ni1000 Extended
(Johnson Controls)
20°C (68°F) to 287°C
(548.6°F)
±0.5°C (1°F)
Ni1000 Siemens
(Landis+Gyr)
-50°C (-58°F) to 160°C
(320°F)
±0.5°C (1°F)
Ni1000 DIN
-60°C (-76°F) to 180°C
(356°F)
±0.5°C (1°F)
NTC 2.2k
±0.5°C (1°F)
NTC 10k
-40°C (-40°F) to 150°C
(302°F)
-40 to 150°C (-40 to 300°F)
Active Voltage
0-10 VDC
±0.05 VDC
Active Ratiometric
0.5-4.5 VDC
±0.05 VDC
Active Current
0(4)-20 mA
±0.2 mA
Potential-free contact
Binary open/close sense
Not applicable
±0.5°C (±1°F)
Table 12: XM07 Digital (Binary) Input (DI) – All Models
Terminals
Channel
Type
Indication
Remark/Application
11-15
DI1, DI2,
DI3, DI4
Potential-free contact
open/close
Software-configurable
LED (green or red) ON for
closed or open contact
Equipment status and
events.
Transition counter at
50 Hz max
Minimum Time ON: 10 ms
Minimum Time OFF: 10 ms
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Table 13: XM07 Digital (Binary) Output (DO)
Model
Terminals
Indication
Remark/Application
Channel
Type
DO1, DO2,
DO3
Relay SPST
Green LED – ON
5(3) A, 250 VAC when contact
(UL: 1/6 hp at
closed
120 VAC)
Each relay contact set can be
used with different voltage
and source.
DO4, DO5,
DO6
Relay
SPST 3(1) A,
250 VAC
Green LED – ON
when contact
closed
Pilot relay. Each relay contact
set can be used with different
voltage and source.
DO1, DO2
Triac 0.5A
LP-XM07X11 –
24 VAC only
LP-XM07B11 –
up to 230 VAC
Green LED – ON
when triac on
Frequently switching loads
35-36
DO3
Relay SPST
Green LED – ON
5(3) A, 250 VAC when contact
(UL: 1/6 hp at
closed
120 VAC)
Relay contact set can be
used with different voltage
and source.
37-42
DO4 – DO6 Relay
SPST 3(1) A,
250 VAC
Green LED – ON
when contact
closed
Pilot relay. Each relay contact
set can be used with different
voltage and source.
LP-XM07X51-x 31-36
LP-XM07B51-x
(with manual
override
controls)
37-38
DO1, DO2,
DO3
Manual
override
Relay SPST
5(3) A, 250 VAC
(UL: 1/6 hp at
120 VAC)
LED – ON when
contact closed.
Auto – green
Manual – amber
Each relay contact set can be
used with different voltage
and source.
DO4
Manual
override
Relay
SPST 3(1) A,
250 VAC
LED – ON when
contact closed.
Auto – green
Manual – amber
Pilot relay. Relay contact set
can be used with different
voltage and source.
39-42
DO5, DO6
Relay
SPST 3(1) A,
250 VAC
Green LED – ON
when contact
closed
Pilot relay. Each relay contact
set can be used with different
voltage and source.
LP-XM07X61-x 31-34
LP-XM07B61-x
(with manual
override
controls)
DO1, DO2
Manual
override
Triac 0.5A
LP-XM07X61 –
24 VAC only
LP-XM07B61 –
up to 230 VAC
LED – ON when
triac on.
Auto – green
Manual – amber
Frequently switching loads
35-36
DO3
Manual
override
Relay SPST
5(3) A, 250 VAC
(UL: 1/6 hp at
120 VAC)
LED – ON when
contact closed.
Auto – green
Manual – amber
Relay contact set can be
used with different voltage
and source.
37-38
DO4
Manual
override
Relay
SPST 3(1) A,
250 VAC
LED – ON when
contact closed.
Auto – green
Manual - amber
Pilot relay. Relay contact set
can be used with different
voltage and source.
39-42
DO5, DO6
Relay
SPST 3(1) A,
250 VAC
Green LED – ON
when contact
closed
Pilot relay. Each relay contact
set can be used with different
voltage and source.
LP-XM07X01-x 31-36
LP-XM07B01-x
(without
manual
37-42
override)
LP-XM07X11-x 31-34
LP-XM07B11-x
(without
manual
override)
Relay
Outputs
Dielectric strength coil-contacts: 4,000 V RMS for 1 minute
Dielectric test voltage on open relay contact: 1,000 VAC RMS
Maximum relay switching rate at maximum load: 6 operations/minute
Average relay contact life: 30,000 operations at maximum load
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Table 14: XM07 Analog Output (AO)
Model
Terminals
Channel
Type
Indication Remark/Application
All Models
28
+15 V
UI/AO Power
15 VDC +/-10%
at 80 mA max
none
Voltage reference source
for PWM outputs
(also available for UI
sensor power)
LP-XM07X01-x 1-5
LP-XM07X11-x
LP-XM07B01-x
LP-XM07B11-x
(without
manual
override)
AO1, AO2,
AO3
0-10 VDC (10 mA
max) or
PWM output at 100
Hz cycle frequency
with 10 mA sink
from 15 VDC
reference power
source
none
Actuators and control
devices
Fan speed controller with
PWM input
13-bit resolution – accuracy
±0.1 VDC or 1% of full
range
LP-XM07X51-x 1-3
LP-XM07X61-x
LP-XM07B51-x
LP-XM07B61-x
(with manual
override)
AO1, AO2
Manual
override
0-10 VDC (10 mA
max) or
PWM output at 100
Hz cycle frequency
with 10 mA sink
from 15 VDC
reference power
source
Amber LED
– ON when
in manual
mode
Manual dial
marked:
0...10
Actuators and control
devices
Fan speed controller with
PWM input
13-bit resolution – accuracy
±0.1 VDC or 1% of full
range
AO3
0-10 VDC (10 mA
max) or
PWM output at 100
Hz cycle frequency
with 10 mA sink
from 15 VDC
reference power
source
none
Actuators and control
devices
Fan speed controller with
PWM input
13-bit resolution - accuracy
±0.1 VDC or 1% of full
range
4-5
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XM14 Models
Table 15: XM14 Universal Inputs (UI) – All Models
Terminals
Channel
Type
Remark/Application
1-15
UI1, UI2, UI3,
UI4, UI5, UI6
See Sensor Input
Types in this table.
Software configurable. Application: temperature,
humidity, pressure analog inputs at 16-bit
resolution or equipment status binary inputs.
Jumper for permanent current shunt path on UI6.
3, 8, 13
+ 5/15 V
UI power - jumper selectable for each terminal:
5 VDC ±10%
at 20 mA max
(for all terminals)
Used to power active or ratiometric sensors
directly from the module.
15 VDC ±10%
at 80 mA max
(for all terminals)
Used to power active sensors directly from the
module.
Sensor Input Types
Sensor Type
Full Linearization Range
Accuracy at 20°C (68°F) – Module Circuits
Only (sensor accuracy not included)
A99
-50 to 100°C (-58 to 212°F)
±0.5°C (±1°F)
PT1000 Extended
-50 to 160°C (-58 to 320°F)
±0.5°C (±1°F)
Ni1000
(Johnson Controls)
-45 to 120°C (-49 to 248°F)
±0.5°C (±1°F)
Ni1000 Extended
(Johnson Controls)
20°C (68°F) to 287°C
(548.6°F)
±0.5°C (1°F)
Ni1000 Siemens
(Landis+Gyr)
-50°C (-58°F) to 160°C
(320°F)
±0.5°C (1°F)
Ni1000 DIN
-60°C (-76°F) to 180°C
(356°F)
±0.5°C (1°F)
NTC 2.2k
±0.5°C (1°F)
NTC 10k
-40°C (-40°F) to 150°C
(302°F)
-40 to 150°C (-40 to 300°F)
Active Voltage
0-10 VDC
±0.05 VDC
Active Ratiometric
0.5-4.5 VDC
±0.05 VDC
Active Current
0(4)-20 mA
±0.2 mA
Potential-free contact
Binary open/close sense
Not applicable
±0.5°C (±1°F)
Table 16: XM14 Digital (Binary) Input (DI) – All Models
Terminals
Channel
Type
Indication
Remark/Application
21-36
DI1, DI2, DI3,
DI4, DI5, DI6,
DI7, DI8, DI9,
DI10, DI11,
DI12
Potential-free
contact
open/close
Software configurable
LED (green or red)
ON for closed or open
contact
Equipment status and events.
Transition counter at
50 Hz max
Minimum Time ON: 10 ms
Minimum Time OFF: 10 ms
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Table 17: XM14 Digital (Binary) Output (DO)
Model
Terminals Channel
Type
Indication
Remark/Application
LP-XM14X01-x 41-48,
LP-XM14B01-x 51-58
61-68
(without
manual
override
controls)
DO1, DO2,
DO3, DO4,
DO5, DO6,
DO7, DO8,
DO9
Relay SPST
Green LED – ON
5(3) A, 250 VAC when contact
(UL: 1/6 hp at
closed
120 VAC)
Each relay contact set can
be used with different voltage
and source.
LP-XM14X11-x
LP-XM14B11-x
(without
manual
override
controls)
41-48,
51-55
DO1, DO2, Relay SPST
Green LED – ON
DO3, DO4, 5(3) A, 250 VAC when contact
DO5
(UL: 1/6 hp at
closed
120 VAC)
Each relay contact set can
be used with different voltage
and source.
57-58,
61-68
DO6, DO7, Triac 0.5A
DO8, DO9 LP-XM14X11 –
24 VAC only
LP-XM14B11 –
up to 230 VAC
Green LED – ON
when triac on
Frequently switching loads
LP-XM14X51-x 41-48,
LP-XM14B51-x 51-58,
61-62
(with manual
override
controls)
DO1, DO2,
DO3, DO4,
DO5, DO6,
DO7
Manual
override
Relay SPST
5(3) A, 250 VAC
(UL: 1/6 hp at
120 VAC)
LED – ON when
contact closed.
Auto – green
Manual - amber
Each relay contact set can
be used with different voltage
and source.
64-68
DO8, DO9
Relay SPST
Green LED – ON
5(3) A, 250 VAC when contact
(UL: 1/6 hp at
closed
120 VAC)
Each relay contact set can
be used with different voltage
and source.
LP-XM14X61-x 41-48,
LP-XM14B61-x 51-55
(with manual
override
controls)
57-58,
61-62
DO1, DO2,
DO3, DO4,
DO5
Manual
Override
Relay SPST
5(3) A, 250 VAC
(UL: 1/6 hp at
120 VAC)
LED – ON when
contact closed.
Auto – green
Manual - amber
Each relay contact set can
be used with different voltage
and source.
DO6, DO7
Manual
override
Triac 0.5A
LP-XM14X61 –
24 VAC only
LP-XM14B61 –
up to 230 VAC
LED – ON when
triac on
Auto – green
Manual - amber
Frequently switching loads
64-68
DO8, DO9
Triac 0.5A
LP-XM14X61 –
24 VAC only
LP-XM14B61 –
up to 230 VAC
Green LED – ON
when triac on
Frequently switching loads
Relay
Outputs
Dielectric strength coil-contacts: 4,000 V RMS for 1 minute
Dielectric test voltage on open relay contact: 1,000 VAC RMS
Maximum relay switching rate at maximum load: Six operations/minute
Average relay contact life: 30,000 operations at maximum load
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Table 18: XM14 Analog Output (AO)
Model
Terminals Channel
Type
Indication Remark/Application
All models
71
AO1 power
15 VDC ±-10% at
10 mA max
none
Voltage reference source for
PWM outputs
74
AO2 power
15 VDC ±10% at 10
mA max
37
AO3, AO4
power
15 VDC ±10% at 20
mA max
LP-XM14X01-x 72-73,
LP-XM14X11-x 75-76,
38-40
LP-XM14B01-x
LP-XM14B11-x
(without
manual
override)
AO1, AO2,
AO3, AO4
0-10 VDC (10 mA
max) or
PWM output at 100
Hz cycle frequency
with 10 mA sink
from 15 VDC
reference power
source
none
Actuators and control
devices
Fan speed controller with
PWM input
13-bit resolution – accuracy
±0.1 VDC or 1% of full
range
LP-XM14X51-x 72-73,
LP-XM14X61-x 75-76,
38, 40
LP-XM14B51-x
LP-XM14B61-x
(with manual
override)
AO1, AO2,
AO3
Manual
override
0-10 VDC (10 mA
max) or
PWM output at 100
Hz cycle frequency
with 10 mA sink
from 15 VDC
reference power
source
Amber LED
– ON when
in manual
mode
Manual dial
marked
0...10
Actuators and control
devices
Fan speed controller with
PWM input
13-bit resolution – accuracy
±0.1 VDC or 1% of full
range
AO4
0-10 VDC (10 mA
max) or
PWM
none
Actuators and control
devices
Fan speed controller with
PWM input
39, 40
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General Technical Specifications of FX Input/Output Modules
Table 19: XM07 and XM14 Models
Product Codes
LP-XM07xxx-xxxC and LP-XM14xxx-xxxC (See Ordering Codes)
Power Supply Requirements
Housing Material
LP-XM07Xxx-xxxC and LP-XM14Xxx-xxxC:
24 VAC/DC ±15%, 50/60 Hz – Safety Extra-Low Voltage (SELV) in
Europe – Class 2 North America
LP-XM07Bxx-xxxC and LP-XM14Bxx-xxxC:
90 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz – not available in North America
LP-XM07Xxx-xxxC: 15 VA, 12 W maximum
LP-XM07Bxx-xxxC: 19 VA, 12 W maximum
LP-XM14Xxx-xxxC: 20 VA, 13 W maximum
LP-XM14Bxx-xxxC: 24 VA, 13 W maximum
ABS + polycarbonate, self-extinguishing: UL 94-V0 flammability rating
Protection Class
IP20 CEI/EN60529
Ambient Operating Conditions
-40 to 50°C (-40 to 122°F), 10 to 95% RH (noncondensing)
Ambient Storage Conditions
-40 to 70°C (-40 to 158°F), 10 to 95% RH (noncondensing)
Dimensions (H x W x D)
LP-XM07xxx-xxxC:
145 mm (5.71 in.) x 108 mm (4.26 in.) x 60 mm (2.36 in.)
D = 69 mm (2.72 in.) with manual override controls
LP-XM14xxx-xxxC:
145 mm (5.71 in.) x 215 mm (8.46 in.) x 60 mm (2.36 in.)
D = 69 mm (2.72 in.) with manual override controls
LP-XM07xxx-xxxC: 0.55 kg (1.2 lb)
LP-XM14xxx-xxxC: 0.8 kg (1.8 lb)
Power Consumption
Weight (with package)
Digital (Binary) Output Manual
Override
Three-position toggle switch: on-auto-off (I A 0)
LED indicator: auto on = green, manual on = amber
Analog Output Override
Dial marked 0…10 with push function for auto-manual mode
LED indicator: manual mode = amber
I/O Ratings
See Input/Output Technical Details.
Connection for Digital Outputs and
Power
Screw terminals for max 2 x 1.5 mm2 (16 AWG) wires, included in the
package
Connection for Inputs, Analog
Outputs, and Local Link Bus
Screw terminals for max 1 x 1.5 mm2 (16 AWG) wires or 2 x Belden®
cable, 2-core twisted pair with shield ≥0.8 mm (20 AWG), included in
the package
Cable Length for Inputs
Max 100 m (330 ft) with cables ≥ 0.6 mm, 22 AWG
FX Controller Support for I/O
Modules on Local Link Bus (max)
FX16X Controller Rev. A or Rev. B (not FX16D nor FX16 no Rev.)
Compliance
United States (LP-XM07Xxx-x and LP-XM14Xxx-x models only)
UL Listed, File E226431, CCN PAZX, under UL 916, Energy
Management Equipment. FCC compliant to CFR 47, part 15, subpart
B, class A
4 x XM07 or
2 x XM14 or
2 x XM07 + 1 x XM14
Canada (LP-XM07Xxx-x and LP-XM14Xxx-x models only)
UL Listed, File E226431, CCN PAZX7, under CSA C22.2 No. 205,
Signal Equipment. Industry Canada compliant to ICES-003
Europe (all models)
CE Mark – Johnson Controls, Inc. declares that this product is in
compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant
provisions of EMC Directive 2004/108/EC and
Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC.
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Local Link Bus Communication
Table 20: Local Link Bus (RS-485) Specifications
RS-485 Bus; 9600 Baud
Maximum local link bus length: 1,200 m (4,000 ft),
0.8/0.6 mm (20/22 AWG) 2 x twisted pair with shield. Use the same cable type
throughout segment.
Number of Devices
Maximum of 20 devices on local link bus
End-of-Line Termination
220 ohm at each end of segment >100 m (300 ft). For segment <100 m
(300 ft), only one 220 ohm termination is required.
Electrical Isolation in XM07
and XM14
500 V
The performance specifications are nominal and conform to acceptable industry standards. For application at conditions beyond
these specifications, consult the local Johnson Controls office. Johnson Controls, Inc. shall not be liable for damages resulting
from misapplication or misuse of its products.
Building Efficiency
507 E. Michigan Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202
Johnson Controls® is a registered trademark of Johnson Controls, Inc.
All other marks herein are the marks of their respective owners. © 2014 Johnson Controls, Inc.
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