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USERS MANUAL / GEBRUIKERSHANDLEIDING
BETRIEBSANLEITUNG / MANUEL D’UTILISATION
MANUAL DE UTILIZACION / INSTRUZIONI PER L’USO
Digital Input
MasterBus input device for electrical switches
MASTERVOLT
Snijdersbergweg 93,
1105 AN Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Tel.: +31-20-3422100
Fax.: +31-20-6971006
www.Mastervolt.com
ENGLISH:
NEDERLANDS:
DEUTSCH:
FRANÇAIS:
CASTELLANO
ITALIANO
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Copyright © 2009 Mastervolt, v 1.1 February 2009
CONTENTS
CONTENTS:
v 1.1 February 2009
1
GENERAL INFORMATION............................................................................................................................. 3
1.1
Use of this manual .............................................................................................................................. 3
1.2
Guarantee specifications .................................................................................................................... 3
1.3
Quality................................................................................................................................................. 3
1.4
Validity of this manual......................................................................................................................... 3
1.5
Liability................................................................................................................................................ 3
2
SAFETY GUIDELINES AND MEASURES ..................................................................................................... 4
2.1
Warnings and symbols ....................................................................................................................... 4
2.2
Use for intended purpose ................................................................................................................... 4
2.3
Organizational measures.................................................................................................................... 4
2.4
Maintenance and repair ...................................................................................................................... 4
2.5
General safety and installation precautions ....................................................................................... 4
3
OPERATION ................................................................................................................................................... 5
3.1
Functional overview ............................................................................................................................ 5
3.2
MasterBus displays............................................................................................................................. 5
4
MASTERBUS.................................................................................................................................................. 6
4.1
What is MasterBus?............................................................................................................................ 6
4.2
Event based commands ..................................................................................................................... 6
5
MASTERBUS FUNCTIONS............................................................................................................................ 7
5.1
MasterBus menus............................................................................................................................... 7
5.2
MasterBus task data ........................................................................................................................... 7
6
INSTALLATION .............................................................................................................................................. 8
6.1
Things you need for installation.......................................................................................................... 8
6.2
Installation step by step ...................................................................................................................... 8
6.3
Commissioning ................................................................................................................................... 8
7
ORDERING INFORMATION........................................................................................................................... 9
8
TROUBLE SHOOTING ................................................................................................................................... 9
9
SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................................ 10
9.1
Technical specifications.................................................................................................................... 10
9.2
Dimensions ....................................................................................................................................... 10
10
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ....................................................................................................... 11
2
February 2009/ Digital Input / EN
GENERAL INFORMATION
1 GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1 USE OF THIS MANUAL
Copyright © 2009 Mastervolt. All rights reserved.
Reproduction, transfer, distribution or storage of part
or all of the contents in this document in any form
without the prior written permission of Mastervolt is
prohibited.
This manual serves as a guideline for the safe and
effective operation, maintenance and possible
correction of minor malfunctions of the Digital Input,
part number 77030900.
Every person who works on or with the Digital Input
must be completely familiar with the contents of this
manual, and follow its instructions.
Keep this manual at a secure place!
The English version includes 12 pages.
1.2 GUARANTEE SPECIFICATIONS
Mastervolt guarantees that this unit has been built
according to the legally applicable standards and
specifications. Should work take place which is not
in accordance with the guidelines, instructions and
specifications contained in this users manual, then
damage may occur and/or the unit may not fulfil its
specifications. All of these matters may mean that
the guarantee becomes invalid.
EN / Digital Input / February 2009
1.3 QUALITY
During their production and prior to their delivery, all
of our units are exhaustively tested and inspected.
The standard guarantee period is two years.
1.4 VALIDITY OF THIS MANUAL
All of the specifications, provisions and instructions
contained in this manual apply solely to standard
versions of the Digital Input delivered by Mastervolt.
1.5 LIABILITY
Mastervolt can accept no liability for:
• consequential damage due to use of the Digital
Input;
• possible errors in the manuals and their results.
CAREFUL!
Never remove the type number sticker.
Important technical information required for service,
maintenance & secondary delivery of parts can be
derived from the type number sticker.
3
SAFETY GUIDELINES AND MEASURES
2 SAFETY GUIDELINES AND MEASURES
2.1 WARNINGS AND SYMBOLS
Safety instructions and warnings are marked in this
manual by the following pictograms:
CAREFUL!
Special data, restrictions and rules with
regard to preventing damage.
WARNING
A WARNING refers to possible injury to
the user or significant material damage to
the charger if the user does not (carefully)
follow the procedures.
A procedure, circumstance, etc which
deserves extra attention.
2.2 USE FOR INTENDED PURPOSE
1 The Digital Input is constructed as per the
applicable safety-technical guidelines.
2 Use the Digital Input only:
• in a technical correct condition;
• in a closed, well-ventilated room, protected
against rain, moist, dust and condensation;
• following the instructions in the users manual.
WARNING
Never use the Digital Input in locations
where there is danger of gas or dust
explosion or potentially flammable
products!
3
4
2.3 ORGANIZATIONAL MEASURES
The user must always:
• have access to the user's manual;
• be familiar with the contents of this manual. This
applies in particular to this chapter, Safety
Guidelines and Measures.
2.4 MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
1 If the electrical installation is switched off during
maintenance and/or repair activities, it should be
secured against unexpected and unintentional
switching on:
• switch off all charging systems;
• switch off the connection with the batteries;
• be sure that third parties cannot reverse the
measures taken.
2 If maintenance and repairs are required, only
use original spare parts.
2.5
GENERAL SAFETY AND INSTALLATION
PRECAUTIONS
• Connection and protection must be done in
accordance with local standards.
• Only allow changes in your electrical system to
be carried out by qualified electricians.
• Check the wiring at least once a year. Defects
such as loose connections, burned cables etc.
must be corrected immediately.
Use of the Digital Input other than mentioned in
point 2 is not considered to be consistent with
the intended purpose. Mastervolt is not liable for
any damage resulting from the above.
February 2009/ Digital Input / EN
OPERATION
3 OPERATION
3.1 FUNCTIONAL OVERVIEW
The Digital Input is a MasterBus based input
module. Electrical switches generate a MasterBus
signal to control the connected MasterBus devices.
Input: push of a button.
Output: MasterBus signal to control the connected
MasterBus devices.
MasterBus menus:
•
Monitoring menu;
•
Configuration menu to enter names;
•
Event menu to program controlling
settings.
Read out device:
For installing and adjusting the Digital Input a
monitoring device is necessary. For example:
•
MasterView Easy;
•
MasterAdjust PC software (via USB
interface)
2
3.2 MASTERBUS DISPLAYS
Mastervolt offers several ways of displaying your
MasterBus data. Shown is the MasterView Easy
panel.
DSI Digital In
State
On
X
Switch 1
Figure 2: MasterView Easy panel
Another way of displaying and setting values is the
MasterAdjust software, shown for Digital Input
application. See figure 3.
1. Cable terminal with
wiring for 4 switches
2. Communication LED
MasterBus connectors
Figure 3: MasterAdjust software
1
Figure 1: Digital Input functional overview
EN / Digital Input / February 2009
5
MASTERBUS
4 MASTERBUS
4.1
WHAT IS MASTERBUS?
All devices that are suitable for
MasterBus are marked by the MasterBus
symbol.
MasterBus is a fully decentralized data network for
communication between the different Mastervolt
system devices. It is a CAN-bus based
communication network which has proven itself as a
reliable bus-system in automotive applications.
MasterBus is used as power management system
for all connected devices, such as the inverter,
battery charger, generator and many more. This
gives the possibility for communication between the
connected devices, for instance to start the
generator when the batteries are low.
MasterBus reduces complexity of electrical systems
by using UTP patch cables. All system components
are simply chained together. Therefore each device
is equipped with two MasterBus data ports. When
two or more devices are connected to each other
through these data ports, they form a local data
network, called the MasterBus. The results are a
reduction of material costs as only a few electrical
cables are needed and less installation time.
For central monitoring and control of the connected
devices Mastervolt offers a wide range of panels
which show full status information of your electrical
system at a glance and a push of a button. Four
different panels are available, from the MasterView
Easy up to the full colour MasterView System panel.
6
All monitoring panels can be used for monitoring,
control and configuration of all connected MasterBus
equipment.
New devices can be added to the existing network in
a very easy way by just extending the network. This
gives the MasterBus network a high degree of
flexibility for extended system configuration, not only
today, but in the future as well!
Mastervolt also offers several interfaces, making
even non-MasterBus devices suitable to operate in
the MasterBus network. For direct communication
between the MasterBus network and a product
which is not from Mastervolt, the Modbus interface is
recommended.
CAUTION: Never connect a nonMasterBus device to the MasterBus
network directly! This will void warranty of
all MasterBus devices connected.
4.2 EVENT BASED COMMANDS
With MasterBus each device can be programmed to
initiate an action at another connected device. This
is done by means of event based commands, see
chapter 5 for explanation.
An event is a condition to be met at which you want
another device to perform a task.
In chapter 5 the Events are explained.
February 2009 / Digital Input / EN
MASTERBUS FUNCTIONS
5 MASTERBUS FUNCTIONS
5.1 MASTERBUS MENUS
Configuration to be done at the Digital Input:
Menu/
Description
Read
Monitoring
State
State of the Digital Input device.
Switch X
Switch X operation. X ranges 1-4.
Disabled
Check box to disable/ enable the Digital Input.
Configuration
Language
Language setting of the Digital Input. NOTE: the
language of the display may differ from this setting.
Device name
Name of your Digital Input in the MasterBus network. If
you have more than one Digital Input you should change
names.
Events locked
Option to disable event configuration on the device.
Operable by installer only (log in required).
Switch X
Name of switch X. X ranges 1-4. Naming the switches
after their application is convenient, for instance “Anchor
light” for the anchor light switch.
Events
Event 1 source Switch to let a MasterBus device connected perform a
task.
Event 1 target
MasterBus device to perform a task. A common target for
the Digital Input is the Digital Switching Device.
Event 1
Task data for event 1. Device part to perform the task, for
command
instance Channel on the Digital Switching Device.
Event 1 data
Task data for event 1. Action to be performed by the
device part. See figure 4.
5.2
MASTERBUS TASK DATA
Input
Output
On
Off
Copy
Copy
Invert
Toggle
Figure 4: Task data
EN / Digital Input / February 2009
Factory
setting
Range
On
On
Enabled
On, Disabled
On, Stand by
Enabled, Disabled
English
10 languages,
see section 9.1.
DSI + Any
maximum 12
character name.
Unchecked,
Checked
Any maximum 16
character name.
DSI
Digital in
Unchecked
Switch X
Disabled
-
Disabled,
Switch 1-3 (1-4)
System dependent
-
System dependent
-
On, Off, Copy,
Copy Invert, Toggle
See figure 4.
• The input can be achieved with an on/off switch.
• On changes the status to On at the first input
signal.
• Off changes the status to Off at the first input
signal.
• Copy lets the status follow the input.
• Copy Invert lets the status follow the opposite of
the input.
• Toggle changes the status at the first signal and
changes back at the second signal. It is used in
combination with a pulse switch. Toggle is used
for dimming too by holding the pulse switch
pressed for a longer time.
Event example: Light switch
The Digital Input can be used for switching
connected MasterBus devices, for instance a light.
Configuration here is done on the Digital Input.
Switch 1 is the far left switch channel.
Event configuration example 1
Event source
Switch 1
Event target
Reading light
Event command
State
Event data
Copy
For every Digital Input, more events can be
configured.
7
INSTALLATION
6 INSTALLATION
WARNING
During installation and commissioning of
the Digital Input, the Safety Guidelines
and Measures are applicable at all times.
See chapter 2 of this manual.
CAREFUL!
Wrong MasterBus connections may
cause damage to the Digital Input and
other equipment as well, which is not
covered by warranty!
6.1 THINGS YOU NEED FOR INSTALLATION
Tools:
… 2 mm flat blade screwdriver for connecting the
switch wires.
A complete set of spanners, pliers and wrenches
may be helpful during the installation of the Digital
Input.
6.2 INSTALLATION STEP BY STEP
1. Make sure the cable plug has been inserted well
into the socket.
2. Connect the simple electrical switches to the
cables. See figure 5: The four switch positions are
shown.
3. Connect the Digital Input to the MasterBus
network. Insert the MasterBus cables into the
sockets shown.
Do not forget to install the MasterBus
terminator if necessary!
4. Mount the casing to the wall or to a DIN rail.
1 2 3
4
CAREFUL!
Use isolated tools!
Materials:
; Digital Input
; Cable plug with 8 cables
… Up to 4 electrical switches (not included)
… MasterBus cable (not included)
; Terminator for MasterBus
; Installation manual Digital Input
Figure 5: Connections
6.3 COMMISSIONING
Connect the electrical power, then configure the
switches (see chapter 5).
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February 2009 / Digital Input / EN
ORDERING INFORMATION/ TROUBLE SHOOTING
7 ORDERING INFORMATION
Part number
77010300
77030100
77040000
77040020
77040050
77040100
77040300
77040600
77041000
77041500
77042500
77050000
77050100
77050200
77030900
77031500
Description
MasterView Easy
MasterBus USB interface, required as interface between your PC and the MasterBus network
MasterBus terminator for the MasterBus network (standard included)
MasterBus connection cable, 0,2m / 0.6ft
MasterBus connection cable, 0,5m / 1.6ft
MasterBus connection cable, 1,0m / 3.3ft
MasterBus connection cable, 3,0m / 10ft
MasterBus connection cable, 6,0m / 20ft
MasterBus connection cable, 10m / 33ft
MasterBus connection cable, 15m / 49ft
MasterBus connection cable, 25m / 82ft
Complete set to assemble MasterBus cables. Delivery includes: 100m / 330ft UTP cable, 50
pcs. modular jacks and crimping tool
100m / 330ft MasterBus cable
50 pcs. MasterBus connectors
Digital Input
Digital DC 10x10A
Mastervolt offers a wide range of products for your electrical installation, including AGM batteries, GEL batteries,
Digital Input kits, battery switches, battery cables, battery terminals and Mastervision switchboards.
See our website www.mastervolt.com for an extensive overview of all our products and free to download software
for remote monitoring.
8 TROUBLE SHOOTING
Please contact your local Mastervolt Service Centre if you cannot correct a problem with the aid of the malfunction
table below. See www.Mastervolt.com for an extended list of Mastervolt Service Centres.
Failure
No communication.
Wrong language is
displayed.
Possible cause
Error in the wiring.
No terminating device placed at the
ends of the network.
MasterBus network is configured as
a ring network.
T-connections in the MasterBus
network.
Wrong setting of the language at
the Digital Input.
Wrong setting of the language at
displaying device.
Event configuration is not
possible, the menus are
still readable but grey.
EN / Digital Input / February 2009
The installer has locked the events
to prevent unwanted configuration
changes.
What to do
Check the MasterBus cables.
MasterBus needs a terminating device
on both ends of the network. Check if
installed.
Ring networks are not allowed. Check
the network connections.
Check if T-connections are made in the
network. T-connections are not allowed.
Adjust the language setting. See
chapter 5, Configuration General.
Every separately connected device can
have its own language setting. See the
user’s manual of the connected device.
If desirable, ask the installer to unlock
the event configuration (temporarily).
9
SPECIFICATIONS
9 SPECIFICATIONS
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
Model
Article number
Function
Manufacturer
Configuration and monitoring
Available languages
Number of configurable events
Number of products that can
control the Digital Input
MasterBus powering capability
Communication isolation
Power consumption in sleep
modus
IP factor
Weight
No
Galvanic
0.21 mA
21
125 g including cable terminal
DIMENSIONS
33 [1.3]
33 [1.3]
32 [1.3]
4.0 [0.16]
69 [2.7]
4.0 [0.16]
9.2
Digital Input
77030900
MasterBus input device with a wire terminal for electrical switches
Mastervolt Amsterdam, the Netherlands
By means of an external display or PC screen
English, Nederlands, Deutsch, Francais, Castellano, Italiano, Norsk,
Svenska, Suomi, Dansk
63
Unlimited
78 [3.1]
9.1
4,5 [0.18]
6.0 [0.24]
Figure 6: Dimensions in mm (inches)
10
February 2009 / Digital Input / EN
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
10 EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Manufacturer
Address
Mastervolt
Snijdersbergweg 93
1105 AN Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Herewith declares that:
Product:
77030900
Digital Input
Is in conformity with the provision of the EC EMC directive 89/336/EEC and amendments 92/31/EEC, 93/68/EEC.
The following harmonised standards have been applied:
Generic emission standard:
EN 50081-1:1992
Generic Immunity standard:
EN 50082-1:1997
Low voltage directive:
2006/95/EC, with standard:
Low voltage standard:
EN 60950: 2000
Amsterdam,
P.F. Kenninck,
General Manager MASTERVOLT
EN / Digital Input / February 2009
11
Snijdersbergweg 93, 1105 AN Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Tel : + 31-20-3422100
Fax : + 31-20-6971006
Email : info@Mastervolt.com
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