Daikin DCC601A51 Installation Manual

INSTALLATION MANUAL
intelligent Tab Controller
DCC601A51
DCC601A51
Contents
Installation manual
intelligent Tab Controller
page
1. About this document.................................................................. 1
1.1. Target audience ................................................................ 1
1.2. Documentation set............................................................ 1
2. General safety precautions........................................................ 1
2.1. General............................................................................. 1
2.2. Installation site .................................................................. 1
2.3. Electrical ........................................................................... 1
3. Contents of the kit and optional equipment ............................... 2
3.1. Contents of the kit............................................................. 2
3.2. Optional equipment .......................................................... 2
4. System overview ....................................................................... 2
4.1. The Daikin intelligent Tab Controller solution ................... 2
4.2. The intelligent Tab Controller kit ....................................... 2
4.3. Compatible (Daikin) equipment ........................................ 2
4.4. Additional components in the intelligent
Tab Controller solution...................................................... 3
5. Before installation ...................................................................... 4
5.1. Necessary equipment....................................................... 4
5.2. Determining installation place........................................... 4
5.3. The location of terminals and switches............................. 4
6. Installation of the intelligent Tab Controller hardware................ 6
2.
General safety precautions
Please read these general safety precautions carefully before
installing the intelligent Tab Controller kit.
After completing the installation, make sure the power supply and
intelligent Tab Controller modules operate properly during the startup
operation.
2.1.
General
If you are not sure how to install or operate the modules, contact your
dealer.
NOTICE
Improper installation or attachment of equipment or
accessories could result in electric shock, short-circuit,
leaks, fire or other damage to the equipment. Only use
accessories, optional equipment and spare parts made or
approved by Daikin.
WARNING
7. Electric wiring ............................................................................ 6
7.1. Connecting to other equipment ........................................ 6
7.2. Connecting the power supply to all modules .................... 7
7.3. Connecting the LAN cable................................................ 8
8. Technical specifications ............................................................. 8
8.1. Environmental conditions ................................................. 8
8.2. Electrical cabinet .............................................................. 8
8.3. Power consumption specifications ................................... 8
8.4. Other intelligent Tab Controller specifications .................. 8
8.5. Wiring requirements ......................................................... 9
9. Commissioning the intelligent Tab Controller setup................... 9
Make sure installation, testing and applied materials
comply with the applicable legislation (on top of the
instructions described in the Daikin documentation).
CAUTION
Wear adequate personal protective equipment (protective
gloves, safety glasses,…) when installing, maintaining or
servicing the system.
10. Disposal requirements............................................................... 9
WARNING
11. Copyright and trademarks ......................................................... 9
Tear apart and throw away plastic packaging bags so that
nobody, especially children, can play with them. Possible
risk: suffocation.
1.
1.1.
About this document
Target audience
Authorised installers
1.2.
Documentation set
2.2.
Installation site
Do NOT install the equipment in a potentially explosive atmosphere.
2.3.
Electrical
DANGER: RISK OF ELECTROCUTION
This document is part of a documentation set. The complete set
consists of:

Turn OFF all power supply before connecting
electrical wiring or touching electrical parts.


Disconnect the power supply for more than 1 minute,
and measure the voltage at the terminals of main
circuit capacitors or electrical components before
servicing. The voltage must be less than 50 V DC
before you can touch electrical components. For the
location of the terminals, see the wiring diagram.

Do NOT touch electrical components with wet hands.

Do NOT leave the equipment unattended when the
service cover is removed.
Installation manual:
 Installation instructions
 Format: Paper (supplied in the kit)

Installer reference guide:
 Preparation of the installation, technical specifications,
reference data,...
 Format: Digital files on http://www.daikineurope.com/supportand-manuals/product-information/
Latest revisions of the supplied documentation may be available on
the regional Daikin website or via your dealer.
The original documentation is written in English. All other languages
are translations.
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WARNING
A main switch or other means for disconnection, having a
contact separation in all poles providing full disconnection
under overvoltage category III condition, shall be installed
in the fixed wiring.
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3.2.
Optional equipment
WARNING
Only use copper wires.

Make sure the field wiring complies with the
applicable legislation.
Equipment
Type
Material nr.
Daikin-supplied router
ASUS 4G-N12
4G-N12

All field wiring must be performed in accordance with
the wiring diagram supplied with the product.
Daikin-supplied tablet
ASUS ZenPad Z380C
Z380C

Make sure to install earth wiring. Do NOT earth the
unit to a utility pipe, surge absorber, or telephone
earth. Incomplete earth may cause electrical shock.

Make sure to use a dedicated power circuit. NEVER
use a power supply shared by another appliance.

Make sure to install the required fuses or circuit
breakers.

Make sure to install an earth leakage protector.
Failure to do so may cause electric shock or fire.
Install the wires at least 1 meter away from televisions or radios to
prevent interference. Depending on the radio waves, a distance of
1 meter may not be sufficient.
3.
3.1.
The following optional equipment is available:

For more information on this optional equipment, refer to
"4.4. Additional components in the intelligent Tab Controller solution"
on page 3.
4.
4.1.
System overview
The Daikin intelligent Tab Controller solution
The Daikin intelligent Tab Controller solution allows an end-user to
control and manage a wide range of Daikin HVAC equipment from a
tablet app and web browser interface.
WARNING
The intelligent Tab Controller solution is available in one of the two
following function modes (i.e., operation modes):

After finishing the electrical work, confirm that each
electrical component and terminal inside the electrical
cabinet is securely connected.


Make sure all covers are closed before starting up the
units.
Stand-alone mode: A local function mode where you can
control your local environment from anywhere within your local
area network. This is done via the intelligent Tab Controller app
on the Daikin-supplied tablet.

Cloud-connect mode: A cloud-based function mode where you
can control multiple environments from anywhere in the world.
This is done via a browser application by accessing the cloud at:
http://cloud.daikineurope.com. Note that the cloud can also be
accessed using a browser running on the Daikin-supplied tablet.
In cloud-based function mode, local control via the intelligent
Tab Controller app is still possible, but the provided feature set
will be restricted.
Contents of the kit and optional
equipment
Contents of the kit
Based on the following accessory list, check that all parts and
accessories for the intelligent Tab Controller are included in the kit. If
there is any missing or defective part, contact the Daikin dealer
where you purchased this product.
b
a
c
d
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4.2.
The intelligent Tab Controller kit
In order to set up the intelligent Tab Controller solution in your
environment, you have been given the Daikin intelligent Tab
Controller kit. This kit provides a central controller and links the
supported Daikin equipment to a local Ethernet network and the
cloud. The kit consists of the following components:

a WAGO power supply unit (PSU)

the CPU module

the I/O module
For a typical setup of the intelligent Tab Controller kit, refer to
"Schematic setup of the intelligent Tab Controller" on page 3. Before
installing the intelligent Tab Controller kit modules, draw up an
efficient plan of work, using this schematic and the actual
environment it needs to be installed in.
4.3.
Compatible (Daikin) equipment
e
L
a
b
c
d
e
N
CPU module (1×)
I/O module (1×)
WAGO power supply unit (1×)
USB cable (1×)
Installation manual (this manual) (1×)
Currently, the intelligent Tab Controller solution can connect to Daikin
units that provide a DIII-NET communication interface. The
connection of Daikin equipment that uses other communication
interfaces might be supported in future upgrades. For an up-to-date
list of which equipment can be controlled using the intelligent Tab
Controller, refer to the following site:
http://www.daikineurope.com/support-and-manuals/productinformation/.
NOTICE
The intelligent Tab Controller cannot be used in
combination with other centralised controllers, like the iTM.
In addition, a number of terminals are available on the I/O module to
connect digital inputs. The digital input on the first terminal is
hardwired as a forced stop contact input. The remaining digital inputs
can each be configured as either a normal-open or normal-closed
contact input, or as a pulse input.
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Daikin-supplied router (ASUS 4G-N12)
NOTICE
When the forced stop contact input is closed, a stop signal
is sent to all connected devices. There is no hard
guarantee that all devices are actually stopped and remain
stopped during the time the forced stop contact input is
active.
4.4.
Additional components in the intelligent Tab
Controller solution
The following optional equipment is available as part of the intelligent
Tab Controller solution. Its requirements depend on your local
environment and needs. Contact your dealer for more information.
An optional Daikin-supplied router can be used to create a WiFicapable LAN. This might be necessary if the intelligent Tab Controller
modules cannot be connected to the locally-available LAN, or if the
locally-available LAN does not provide WiFi for access by the Daikinsupplied tablet.
In addition, the router has mobile 4G capabilities, which can be used
to provide connection to the cloud in case an internet connection is
not available using a locally-available LAN. Note that for a mobile
internet connection, a SIM card is required, which is not supplied with
the router.
Daikin-supplied tablet (ASUS ZenPad 8.0 Z380C)
A Daikin-supplied tablet has to be used for running the intelligent Tab
Controller app if you choose the local function mode.
The intelligent Tab Controller app can be installed from Google Play.
Schematic setup of the intelligent Tab Controller
d
e
f
g
http://cloud.daikineurope.com
RJ-45
a 24 V DC
c
b
DIII-NET
i
i
i
F1, F2 P1, P2
F1, F2 P1, P2
F1, F2 P1, P2
F1/F2
LAN
+ + - -
h
F1, F2 F1, F2
L
N
POWER
CPU IF
I/O IF
Di1 - Di4
USB
230 V AC
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j
l
k
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
WAGO power supply unit
CPU module
I/O module
Optional Daikin-supplied tablet
Computer with connection to the cloud
Cloud
LAN gateway (optional Daikin-supplied router)
Outdoor unit connected to DIII-NET
Indoor unit connected to DIII-NET
Forced stop contact input
Digital inputs (can be configured as contact inputs or pulse
inputs)
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Before installation

The WAGO PSU requires a minimum clearance of 15 mm on
both sides in the horizontal direction.
Before you start installing the intelligent Tab Controller, complete the
following preparations:
•
++- -
Check that an appropriate space for installing the intelligent Tab
Controller modules is available. Refer to "5.2. Determining
installation place" on page 4.
Familiarise yourself with the location of the terminals and
switches of the intelligent Tab Controller modules. Refer to
"5.3. The location of terminals and switches" on page 4.
L
•
CPU
I/O
N
•

152
152
•
•

• •
Check that you have all equipment necessary to install the
intelligent Tab Controller kit modules. Refer to "5.1. Necessary
equipment" on page 4.

•
Check that the intelligent Tab Controller kit comes with all
accessories. Refer to "3.1. Contents of the kit" on page 2.

a
•
5.
a
5.1.
Necessary equipment
Use the following equipment to install the intelligent Tab Controller kit
modules:

A flat-blade screwdriver

A Philips screwdriver

The necessary amount of electrical wires and appropriate wiring
tools. For more info on what wires to use, refer to "8.5. Wiring
requirements" on page 9.
5.2.
(mm)
b
a Wire duct
b Electrical cabinet
Observe the depth of these modules and make sure you provide the
necessary amount of space in depth in the electrical cabinet.
Module
Depth
CPU module
45 mm
I/O module
39 mm
WAGO PSU
92 mm
Determining installation place
Make sure to install the intelligent Tab Controller components in a
place that meets the conditions described in the following sections.
5.2.1.
Installation place and mounting direction
Make sure that the installation place complies with the following
requirements:

Location: Indoor, inside an electrical cabinet.

The electrical cabinet:
5.3.
The location of terminals and switches
Understand the arrangement of terminals and the location of
openings on the module and plan how to route the cable and in which
order to connect its wires to facilitate the installation procedure.
For connection details, refer to "7. Electric wiring" on page 6.
 must be lockable or designed to be opened only with a
special tool. The key or tool should be available only to
service personnel.
 must be installed in a space with no access for the general
public.
 must conform with local legislation.
 must have ingress protection class of IP4X or higher.
 must have impact protection class of IK07 or higher (see
international standard IEC 62262 - 2002).
 must have a minimum height of 290 mm and minimum width
of 410 mm to allow for the clearance specified in
"5.2.2. Required space" on page 4.

Mounting direction: vertical only

Make sure the installation place is conform with the
environmental conditions, specified in "8.1. Environmental
conditions" on page 8.
5.2.2.
Required space
The following figure indicates the minimum space required for
installation.

Make sure there is a minimum clearance of 60 mm between
both the CPU module, the I/O module and the wiring ducts and a
minimum clearance of 80 mm between the modules and the
electrical cabinet in the vertical direction.

Make sure that there is a minimum vertical clearance of 70 mm
between the WAGO PSU and the wiring ducts.

The CPU module and I/O module can be installed without
clearance in the horizontal direction, but make sure there is a
minimum clearance of 20 mm between the modules and the
electrical cabinet.
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5.3.1.
CPU module
LEDs
A
b
[CPU ALIVE] (Green) This LED blinks when the CPU operates
normally. For details on LED operations, refer to the "LED status
and operation table (CPU module)" on page 5.
c
[ALARM] (Red) This LED is lit if a failure is detected. For details
on LED operations, refer to the "LED status and operation table
(CPU module)" on page 5.
d
[RS-232 Tx] (Green) This LED blinks when data is being sent
from the serial port.
e
[RS-232 Rx] (Orange) This LED blinks when data is received by
the serial port.
f
[RS-485] (Orange) This LED blinks when data is being
sent or received over the RS-485 port.
g
[LAN] (Green) This LED is on when linked correctly. The LED
will blink when data is being sent/received.
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
LED status and operation table (CPU module)
Operating condition
B
A
h
Normal
i
j
k
CPU ALIVE
ALARM
Blink
Off
Power interruption / hardware failure
Application software not installed
5.3.2.
Off
Off
Blink
On
I/O module
A
a
B
l
m
n
o
p
b
c
d
e
f
q
B
Connectors and sockets
h
[LAN] RJ-45 socket for connecting the intelligent Tab Controller
to an Ethernet network.
i
[RS-485] Reserved for future use.
j
[RS-232] Reserved for future use.
l
[Power] Power connector. A power supply voltage of 24 V DC is
required and will be provided when connected to the WAGO
PSU.
m
[SD CARD] Reserved for servicing.
o
[USB] USB 2.0 type-A socket, reserved for servicing. This
socket cannot be used to connect the CPU module and the I/O
module.
p
[I/O IF] USB 2.0 type-A socket. Use only this USB socket to
connect the CPU module with the I/O module.
A
B
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h
i
k
j
l
Controls and switches
a
[RESET] Button for restarting the CPU module and I/O module.
k
[DIP SW] Reserved for servicing.
Factory default: all switches are set to "off".
n
[BACKUP] Switch for turning on/off the backup power supply for
retaining the current settings (provided by the internal battery).
Factory default: ”OFF”. This will be set to the ”ON” position
during commissioning.
q
[Lever] To assist mounting / dismounting the module onto / from
a DIN rail.
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Connectors
4
h
[DIII (F1/F2) and P1P2 (P1/P2)]
2×2 communication lines, connecting the intelligent Tab
Controller with DIII-compatible units and P1P2-compatible units
respectively.
The P1P2 connection is reserved for future use.
i
[RS-485] Reserved for future use.
k
[CPU IF] USB 2.0 type-B socket. To connect with the CPU
module. Acts as a power supply and communication channel for
the I/O module.
l
[Di1-4 and Do] Terminals for connecting digital inputs (Di) and
digital outputs (Do).
The Do connection is reserved for future use.
Repeat the previous steps for all other modules.
Controls and switches
a
a
[RESET] Reserved for future use.
g
[DIII MASTER] Switch for setting the intelligent Tab Controller to
"MASTER" or "SLAVE" in a DIII-NET configuration.
Factory default: left position (MASTER).
j
[DIP SW] Mode selector.
Factory default: bit 1 is set to: "on"; bits 2-4 are set to: "off".
7.
m
[Lever] To assist mounting / dismounting the module onto / from
a DIN rail.
This chapter will describe the procedure to connect the intelligent Tab
Controller kit components with Daikin devices and other equipment.
b
Electric wiring
LEDs
WARNING
b
[CPU ALIVE] (Green) This LED blinks when the I/O module
operates normally. For details on LED operations, refer to the
"LED status and operation table (I/O module)" on page 6.
Do not turn on the power supply before all wire
connections are completed. Not doing so may cause an
electric shock.
c
[ALARM] (Red) This LED is lit or blinks if a failure is detected.
For details on LED operations, refer to the "LED status and
operation table (I/O module)" on page 6.
d
[RS-485] (Orange) This LED blinks when data is being
sent or received over the RS-485 port.
e
[P1P2 MONITOR] (Orange) This LED blinks when data is being
sent or received via the P1P2 line.
f
[DIII MONITOR] (Orange) This LED blinks when DIII-NET
communication is performed.
After the wiring is completed, double-check that all wires
are connected correctly before turning on the power
supply.
All field supplied parts, materials and electric works must
conform to the applicable legislation.
INFORMATION
At the time of writing, some connectors are not active, but
provided for future use.
LED status and operation table (I/O module)
Operating condition
7.1.
Connecting to other equipment
CPU ALIVE
ALARM
Blink
Off
Hardware failure
Off
On
For all wiring requirements, refer to "8.5. Wiring requirements" on
page 9.
Power interruption
Off
Off
7.1.1.
Communication failure between
CPU module and I/O module
(for 10 seconds or more)
On
Blink
Normal
6.
Installation of the intelligent Tab
Controller hardware
The intelligent Tab Controller components are to be mounted onto a
35 mm DIN rail, inside an electrical cabinet. For more information,
refer to "5.2.1. Installation place and mounting direction" on page 4.
Connecting DIII-NET compatible equipment
DIII-NET is a unique air conditioning equipment communication
capability developed by Daikin. Using DIII-NET, you can centrally
control multiple DIII-NET-compatible air conditioning devices by
connecting them to your intelligent Tab Controller.
To connect the DIII-NET communication line, use the F1 and F2
terminals on the upper part of the I/O module, as shown on the
following diagram.
These two terminals have no polarity. An example of connecting
more than two air conditioning devices is shown in the following
wiring diagram.
Install the three intelligent Tab Controller hardware components as
follows:
1
Place the module over the top of the DIN-35 rail so that the
upper hook on the rear face is hooked in.
2
Push the module in direction ‘a’ until the lower hook snaps into
the rail.
3
If necessary, pull the lever on the lower parts of the module in
direction ‘b’ to click the module onto the rail. Use a flat-blade
screwdriver if necessary.
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Schematic wiring diagram with DIII terminals
NOTICE

When the forced stop contact input is closed, a stop
signal is sent to all connected devices. There is no
hard guarantee that all devices are actually stopped
and remain stopped during the time the forced stop
contact input is active.

When the forced stop contact input is closed, the
connected devices can not be restarted unless the
contact input is reopened.
DIII
F2 F1
b
a
NOTICE
c
d
d
d
d
d
e
b
a
c
d
d
d
d
d
7.2.

The COM terminals are all connected internally. So,
you can use any one of them. However, you can only
connect up to two wires simultaneously to each COM
terminal.

If applicable, connect the I/O module’s COM terminal
to the negative side of the device terminals.
Connecting the power supply to all modules
For all wiring requirements, refer to "8.5. Wiring requirements" on
page 9.
Proceed as follows:
1
f
a
b
c
d
e
f
7.1.2.
Outdoor unit
OUT - OUT
IN - OUT
Indoor unit
A maximum of 7 outdoor units can be connected.
A maximum of 32 indoor units can be connected
(a unique DIII address is required for each unit).
Connect the power supply to the three terminals, L (live),
N (neutral) and ground in the input section of the WAGO power
supply unit (PSU).
INFORMATION
Use a flat-head screwdriver to manipulate the WAGO PSU
cage clamp in such a way that the wires are fixed to the
power supply.
Connecting digital input and output devices
b
The intelligent Tab Controller can be connected with an external
signal input device for stopping air conditioners, with electric energy
meters for calculating the electricity usage of individual air
conditioners or other devices.
a
Connect the contact input lines or pulse input lines to the Di1, Di2,
Di3, Di4 and COM terminals of the connector on the bottom of the I/O
module. The function of each terminal is as shown in the following
wiring diagram.
The function assignment, however, may be changed at a later time.
c
For more details on the required pulse width and interval, refer to
"8.5. Wiring requirements" on page 9. For how to change the function
assignment, refer to the installer reference guide.
a Place the screwdriver in the upper clamp entry
and place it above the clamp.
b Push the clamp downwards by pivoting the
screwdriver in direction ‘b’, so that the lower
clamp entry opens.
c Put the wire in the respective lower clamp
entry.
INFORMATION
At the time of writing, the digital output connection Do is
not active, but provided for future use.
Schematic wiring diagram with Di and Do terminals
Di1
Di2
a
COM
Di3
b
Di4
COM
Do
2
Connect the DC output of the WAGO PSU to the DC input of the
CPU module. Take the polarity of the wires into account.
3
Plug the A-type plug of the USB cable in the rightmost
USB socket on the CPU module. This socket is marked "I/O IF".
4
Plug the B-type plug of the USB cable in the B-type USB socket
on the I/O module.
COM
c
a [Di1] Forced stop contact input (normally open).
b [Di2] [Di3] [Di4] Digital inputs. Can be configured as
normally open (A-type) or normally closed (B-type) contact
inputs, or as pulse inputs.
c [Do] Provided for future use.
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Provide an earth connection to the
terminal of the CPU
module, using one of the following two options:
 connect the terminal to the earth rail bar of the electrical
cabinet (if provided), or
 connect the terminal to the M3 earthing screw on the bottom
face of the WAGO PSU.
7.3.
Connecting the LAN cable
For all wiring requirements, refer to "8.5. Wiring requirements" on
page 9.
Do not connect the LAN cable until you start commissioning the
intelligent Tab Controller. Otherwise, a network address conflict may
occur.
24 V DC
8.
+ + - -
8.1.
CPU
L
I/O
Environmental conditions
Item
Specification
Operating air temperature
–10~+50°C
Storage temperature
–20~+60°C
Relative humidity
10~85% RH (without condensation)
N
POWER
CPU IF
I/O IF
USB
8.2.
230 V AC
Electrical cabinet
NOTICE
For the specifications of the electrical cabinet, refer
"5.2.1. Installation place and mounting direction" on page 4.
If you want to connect the earth wire to the WAGO PSU,
you can only use a stranded wire with a crimp-style
terminal on the tip of the wire.
8.3.
Place the round crimp-style terminal on the wire up to the
insulated part and fasten the terminal with a Philips
screwdriver.
a
b
a Round crimp-style terminal
b Stranded conductor wire
6
Technical specifications
Once all wiring has been completed and double-checked, turn
on the power supply.
CAUTION
The power supply is only guaranteed when the "DC OK"
LED on the WAGO PSU and the "CPU ALIVE" LEDs on
both the CPU module and the I/O module are blinking.
If one or more of the above LEDs are not lighting up, check
for faulty wiring.
INFORMATION
to
Power consumption specifications
Item
Specification
Rated input voltage
110~240 V AC
Input power frequency
50~60 Hz
Power consumption CPU module
+ I/O module


Max: 13 W (11 W + 2 W)
Typical: 5.5 W (4 W + 1.5 W)
For more detailed specifications of the WAGO power supply, refer to
the manual provided with the WAGO power supply.
8.4.
Other intelligent Tab Controller specifications
Item
Specification
Internal battery type
BR2032 (3 V)
Internal battery, estimated time
(typical) that data remains stored with
controller powered off
6.5 years
Fuse CPU module and I/O module
Soldered into, 250 V AC, F2.5AL
Max real time clock (RTC) deviation
30 seconds per month
Max number of units controlled by the
intelligent Tab Controller


7 outdoor units
32 indoor units
A new CPU module does not come with application
software installed. Therefore, the "ALARM" LED will be lit
red. This is as expected, see "LED status and operation
table (CPU module)" on page 5. Application software will
be installed during the commissioning phase, refer to
"9. Commissioning the intelligent Tab Controller setup" on
page 9.
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8.5.
Wiring requirements
WARNING
Make sure all field wiring complies with the applicable legislation.
All wiring must uphold the following requirements:
Connection
LAN cable
DIII-NET (F1/F2)
Cross section
Max. length
—
Ø0.75~1.25 mm²
(terminal sized for maximum
1.5 mm²)
100 m
Total length(a): 2000 m (<1500 m
when using shielded wire)
Max. length(b): 1000 m
Remarks
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UTP CAT 5e or higher
RJ-45 connector
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Cable type: 2-core vinyl insulated vinyl-sheathed
cable/vinyl cabtyre cable or 2-core shielded cable
Do not use multicore cables with three or more cores
Do not use mixed cable types
Never bundle the cables
When using a shielded cable, connect only one end of
each shield wire to the ground
Make sure the wiring is routed and fixed, so as not to
touch unearthed accessible conductive parts
Make sure a strain relief is available for each wire
entering the electrical cabinet
Fore more information on DIII-NET, refer to the
D-BACS design guide (ED72-721)
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Ø0.75~1.25 mm²
(terminal sized for maximum
1.5 mm²)
200 m
230 V AC power supply
to the WAGO PSU
According to applicable legislation
(terminal sized for maximum
4 mm²)
According to applicable legislation
24 V DC power supply to
the CPU module
According to applicable legislation
—
—
5m
Digital Inputs
(Di1~Di4, Do)
USB cable
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The voltage-free contact connected to the input
terminal must be suitable for detection by 10 mA at
16 V DC
For pulse signals: pulse width 20~400 ms, pulse
interval: 100 ms or more
Solid or stranded wire allowed
The internal protection of the WAGO PSU is fused at
2.5 A / 250 V
Solid or stranded wire allowed
Commercial USB 2.0 cable, type-A to type-B connector
(provided in the intelligent Tab Controller kit)
(a) Total length is the sum of all wiring in the DIII-NET network.
(b) Max. length is the maximum distance between any two connection points in the DIII-NET network.
9.
Commissioning the intelligent Tab
Controller setup
After you have verified that he intelligent Tab Controller components
have been installed and all necessary wiring has been completed,
you can start the commissioning of your intelligent Tab Controller
setup.
For more information on the commissioning of the installation, refer to
the installer reference guide. The installer reference guide is
available at:
http://www.daikineurope.com/support-and-manuals/productinformation/.
10. Disposal requirements
CAUTION
There is a risk of explosion if the internal battery is
replaced by an incorrect type.
Replace the battery according to the instructions in the
installer reference guide.
The CPU module contains a replaceable battery, marked with the
following symbol:
Waste batteries must be treated at a specialised treatment facility for
reuse. By ensuring waste batteries are disposed of correctly, you will
help to prevent potential negative consequences for the environment
and human health.
Both intelligent Tab Controller modules are marked with the following
symbol:
This means that electrical and electronic products may not be mixed
with unsorted household waste. Do NOT try to dismantle the system
yourself: the dismantling of the system, treatment of the refrigerant,
of oil and of other parts must be done by an authorised installer and
must comply with the applicable legislation.
Units must be treated at a specialised treatment facility for reuse,
recycling and recovery. By ensuring this product is disposed of
correctly, you will help to prevent potential negative consequences for
the environment and human health. For more information, contact
your installer or local authority.
11. Copyright and trademarks
SDHC Logo is a trademark of SD-3DC, LLC.
This means that the battery may not be mixed with unsorted
household waste. If a chemical symbol is printed beneath the symbol,
this chemical symbol means that the battery contains a heavy metal
above a certain concentration.
Possible chemical symbols are: Pb: lead (>0.004%).
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