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ENERGY SAVING LIGHTING CONTROLS
Intelligent Lighting Controls, Inc.
I L C
A P P R E N T I C E
U S E R
G U I D E
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USER
GUIDE
Includes setup, installation, programming,
and application information for the ILC
Apprentice lighting controller in
stand alone applications
INTELLIGENT LIGHTING CONTROLS, INC.
Energy Saving Lighting Controls
PM-I-904
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
1-800-922-8004
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USER
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Class A FCC Device Statement
Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly
approved by the party responsible for compliance could
void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the 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
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in residential area is
likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will
be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
INTELLIGENT LIGHTING CONTROLS, INC.
PM-I-904
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
1-800-922-8004
Overview
The ILC Apprentice lighting controller is a microprocessor-based, programmable lighting
controller capable of advanced lighting control in stand alone applications. You can
program each of the controller inputs to control any or all of the relay outputs.
This User Guide outlines the capabilities of the controller and its add on modules.
The ILC Apprentice is UL and FCC approved for commercial and residential applications.
Structure
The major components making up the
controller are:
• enclosure
• control transformer
• CPU board with integral keypad/display
• I/O board(s)
• lighting relays
Enclosure – The enclosure is rated NEMA 1.
It is divided into a line voltage section and a
low voltage section. The line voltage section
contains the line voltage side of the control
transformers and lighting relays. The low voltage section contains the Class 2 side of the
lighting relays, transformer secondaries and
electronic components. Enclosures are available in 5 sizes to accommodate 8, 16, 24, 32,
40 and 48 inputs, outputs, and lighting relays.
Transformer – A 24 VA multi-tap control transformer (120 or 277/24 VAC) provides the 16 VAC
input to power the controller electronics and
input/output board(s).
CPU Board – The CPU board provides
the controller’s intelligence and memory.
Major components include:
• Keypad/display – 4-line LCD display and six
durable, comfortable push buttons.
• Power Supply – converts the 16 VAC input
to the +5, -5 and +24 VDC required by the
controller logic and communications circuits.
A power switch provides the means of energizing/de-energizing all controller electronics.
• Communications – RS-232 port, add-on card
expansion socket.
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• Microprocessor – executes the computer
code and coordinates all controller functions
including the controller real time clock.
• PROM Chip – contains the controller
operating system and basic tasks.
• the EEProm memory– store the user-entered
operating parameters.
• Real time clock – maintains time and date for
up to 30 days without power.
I/O Board(s) – Each I/O board provides
eight (8) switch inputs and relay outputs, status
pilots and override switches.
Major components include:
• Switch Inputs – can accept input from either
2- or 3-wire momentary or maintained dry
contact devices. Each input has two associated LEDs (light emitting diodes). The ON LED
lights when a closure is sensed between the
ON and COMMON terminals. The OFF LED
lights when a closure is sensed between the
OFF and COMMON terminals. Each switch
input features a switch pilot LED, which can
be programmed to track the state of a single
relay, relay group or preset. The inputs are
optically isolated, noise- and surge-resistant.
A switch and pilot may be located up to 1500
feet from the controller, provided you use a
minimum of 18 gauge wire.
• Relay Outputs – Each optically isolated output switches its associated lighting relay ON
and OFF. Each output has an associated LED.
The LED lights when the output switches the
relay ON.
• Relays – 20A at 120, 277 or 347 VAC
magnetically latching relays maintain their
state without power.
• Override Switches – Each relay output is
equipped with an ON and an OFF override
switch. These switches allow you to turn the
associated lighting relay ON or OFF independent of any programming.
Table of Contents
Section 1 Controller Description
1.0 Section Overview ..........................................................................
1.1 Controller Architecture ..................................................................
1.1.1 Enclosure ................................................................................
1.1.2 Control Transformer...............................................................
1.1.3 CPU Board..............................................................................
1.1.4 I/O Board(s)............................................................................
1.1.5 Display/keypad .....................................................................
1.1.6 Lighting Relays .......................................................................
1.2 I/O Options......................................................................................
1.2.1 Voice/DTMF Add-On Module ..............................................
1.2.2 DMX Add-On Module ...........................................................
1.2.3 N2 Add-On Module ..............................................................
1.2.4 MODBUS Add-On Module....................................................
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Section 2 Installation
2.0 Section Overview ..........................................................................
2.1 Pre-Installation Checks ..................................................................
2.2 Mounting the Controller ................................................................
2.2.1 Location .................................................................................
2.2.2 Environmental Considerations .............................................
2.2.3 Distance From Control Devices ...........................................
2.3 Wiring the Controller ......................................................................
2.3.1 Wire the Control Transformer ...............................................
2.3.2 Connect Line and Load .......................................................
2.3.3 Wire Switch Inputs..................................................................
2.4 Pre-Power Checks ..........................................................................
2.4.1 Check Controller Power Input .............................................
2.4.2 Verify Controller’s Supply Voltage .......................................
2.4.3 Double-Check Connections................................................
4.4.4 External Monitoring and Control .........................................
2.5 Power-Up and Check Out.............................................................
2.5.1 Power-Up the Controller .......................................................
2.5.2 Verify the Lighting Relays ......................................................
2.5.3 Perform Initial Programming Procedures............................
2.5.4 Verify the Switching Function ...............................................
2.5.5 Verify the Timer Functions .....................................................
2.6 Troubleshooting ..............................................................................
2.6.1 Controller Will Not Power-Up ................................................
2.6.2 Lighting Relay(s) Will Not Function.......................................
2.6.3 Switch Input Will Not Function..............................................
2.6.4 Timers Will Not Function Properly .........................................
2.6.5 Entire I/O Board(s) Doesn’t Work .........................................
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Section 3 Programming
3.0 Section Overview ..........................................................................
3.1 Hidden Menu Choices...................................................................
3.2 Setting the Relay Pulse...................................................................
3.3 Relay Output Operations ..............................................................
3.4 Switch Operations ..........................................................................
3.5 Switch Pilot operations...................................................................
3.6 How to Set the Controller Clock ...................................................
3.7 Disable Daylight Savings Time.......................................................
3.8 Time-Based Operations .................................................................
3.9 Blink Alert/Alarms............................................................................
3.10 Off Hours Sweeps .........................................................................
3.11 Input Active Times ........................................................................
3.12 Preset Operations .........................................................................
3.13 Edit Names ....................................................................................
3.14 How to Enter or Change a Password .........................................
3.15 How to View the Firmware Revision ..........................................
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Section 4 Appendix
A. Voice/DTMF Add-On Module.........................................................
A.1 Overview ..................................................................................
A.2 Voice/DTMF Control Features.................................................
A.3 Voice/DTMF Control Setup .....................................................
C. PC Control via RS 232 Port..............................................................
C.1 RS 232 Programming Control and Monitoring......................
C.2 RS 232 Setup.............................................................................
E. DMX Control Feature.......................................................................
E.1 Overview ...................................................................................
E.2 Objectives .................................................................................
E.3 Programming Example ............................................................
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M. MODBUS Communications ...........................................................
M.1 Overview..................................................................................
M.2 Structure...................................................................................
M.3 Transmission Modes.................................................................
M.4 Transmission Mode Characteristics .......................................
M.5 Hardware Setup ......................................................................
M.6 Required Parameter Entries ...................................................
M.7 Framing ....................................................................................
M.8 Supported Commands ..........................................................
M.9 Additional Functions ...............................................................
M.10 Additional Information .........................................................
N. N2 Communications.......................................................................
N.1 Overview ..................................................................................
N.2 Hardware Setup.......................................................................
N.3 Point Map .................................................................................
O. Latitude and Longitude listings .....................................................
P. Photo Control Applications ............................................................
P.1 Overview ...................................................................................
P.2 Hardwired Model......................................................................
P.3 Programming ............................................................................
R. Reference Materials (Spec. sheets, wiring diagrams, etc.).........
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Controller Description – Table of Contents
Section 1 Controller Description
1.0 Section Overview ..........................................................................
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1.1 Controller Architecture ..................................................................
1.1.1 Enclosure ................................................................................
1.1.2 Control Transformer...............................................................
1.1.3 CPU Board..............................................................................
1.1.4 I/O Board(s)............................................................................
1.1.5 Programming Buttons/Display .............................................
1.1.6 Lighting Relays .......................................................................
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1.2 I/O Options......................................................................................
1.2.1 Voice/DTMF Add-On Module ..............................................
1.2.2 DMX Add-On Module ...........................................................
1.2.3 N2 Add-On Module ..............................................................
1.2.4 MODBUS Add-On Module....................................................
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Section 1 – Controller Description
Objectives
Overview
In this Section you will learn about the
structure and configuration of the ILC
Apprentice Controller.
The ILC Apprentice is a microprocessorbased lighting controller. You can program
the ILC Apprentice to control lighting relays
in response to switch signals sensed by its
inputs and/or by time-based scheduling.
The ILC Apprentice is UL approved and FCC
certified for residential and commercial
applications.
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the control transformers and lighting relays
and a low voltage section containing the
Class 2 side of the lighting relays, transformer
secondaries, and electronic components.
Enclosures are available in 5 sizes to accommodate 8, 16, 24, 32, 40 and 48 inputs, outputs, and lighting relays. See (Table 1-1.) The
ILC Apprentice is shipped to the job-site as a
complete assembly. (See Figure 1-1, which
illustrates a ILC Apprentice 8.)
1.1 Controller Architecture
The major components making up the
controller are: (See Figure 1.1.)
• enclosure
• control transformer
• CPU board
• I/O board(s)
• display/keypad
• lighting relays
1.1.2 Transformer - A multi-tap transformer
(120 or 277/16 VAC) provides the 16 VAC input
to power the controller electronics.
1.1.1 Enclosure - The enclosure is rated
NEMA 1. It is divided into a line voltage
section containing the line voltage side of
Model
# of Relays
& I/O Points
Width
Height
Depth
Apprentice 8
1 to 8
18 Inches
15 Inches
4 Inches
Apprentice 16
1 to 16
18 Inches
24 Inches
4 Inches
Apprentice 24
1 to 24
24 Inches
36 Inches
4 Inches
Apprentice 32
1 to 32
24 Inches
36 Inches
4 Inches
Apprentice 40
1 to 40
24 Inches
48 Inches
6 Inches
Apprentice 48
1 to 48
24 Inches
48 Inches
6 Inches
Apprentice DS48
1 to 48*
20 Inches
28 Inches
6 Inches
*Outputs only
Table 1.1 – ILC Apprentice Configurations
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1.1.3 CPU Board – (See Figure 1.2.) The CPU
board provides the controller’s intelligence,
memory, and communications capabilities.
Major components include:
circuits. A power switch provides the means
of energizing/de-energizing all controller
electronics.
• Communications – RS-232 on-board port.
• Micro-Processor – executes the computer
code and coordinates all controller functions including the controller real time clock.
• Power Supply – converts the 16 VAC input
to the +5, -5 and +24 VDC required by the
controller logic and communications
Enclosure
CPU Board RS 232 Port
Keypad/Display
Expansion Socket
Transformer
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OFF ON
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PLT
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OFF ON
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PLT
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OFF ON
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PLT
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OFF ON
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PLT
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OFF ON
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PLT
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OFF ON
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PLT
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OFF
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3
4
5
6
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2
3
4
5
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8
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COM
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OFF ON
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PLT
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Lighting relays
Switch Inputs
I/O board
CONNECTOR
ORANGE
ORANGE
Grounding Lug
}STATUS (2
BLACK (OFF)
RED (ON)
BLUE (COM)
Relay termination detail
Figure 1.1 – ILC Apprentice 8 Controller
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Controller Description
• Relay Outputs - each output switches its
associated lighting relay ON and OFF.
Each output has an associated LED (light
emitting diode). The LED lites when the output switches the relay ON.
• Relays – 20A at 120, 277 or 347 VAC
magnetically latching relays maintain their
state without power.
• Override Switches – Each relay output is
equipped with an ON and an OFF override
switch. These switches allow you to turn the
associated lighting relay ON or OFF independent of programming parameters.
• PROM Chip – contains the controller
operating system and basic tasks.
• the EEProm memory– store the user-entered
operating parameters.
• Real time clock – maintains time and date
for up to 30 days without power.
1.1.4 I/O Board(s) – Each I/O board adds
eight (8) switch inputs and relay outputs. The
ILC Apprentice double-sided version has 16
relay outputs per board and no switch
inputs. Both inputs and outputs are optically
isolated. Additional boards can be added
to the appropriate size enclosure to provide
a controller capacity of up to 48 switch
inputs and 48 switch relay outputs. (See
Figure 1.3, which illustrates a ILC Apprentice
32 and ILC Apprentice 48 double-sided version.) Major components include:
• Switch Inputs – The ILC Apprentice is
designed to accomplish a wide variety of
switch input types. Each switch input features an ON/OFF status pilot LED to indicate
contact closure between ON and Common
and OFF and Common. In addition, each
switch input has an associated switch pilot
LED output which can be programmed to
track the state of a selected relay, relay
group, or preset. See the Table 1.2 (next
page)for a description of switch input types.
7
1
OFF ON
2
PLT
2
OFF ON
3
PLT
3
6
OFF ON
7
PLT
7
OFF ON
8
PLT
8
OFF
J2
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
OFF
ON
OFF
5
6
7
8
CT
2
4
6
8
10 12
14 16
ON
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97013424 REV
77013425 REV B
97013425 REV
ILC Apprentice Double sided I/O board
ON
COM
OFF ON
4
ON
CT
5
OFF ON
6
PLT
3
15 13
OFF
12VAC
4
OFF ON
5
PLT
2
9
ON
12VAC
OFF ON
4
PLT
1
11
5
OFF
1
12VAC
8
ON
12VAC
7
OFF
COM
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PLT
12VAC
Relay outputs
(8 per board)
1
12VAC
12VAC
3
12VAC
Switch inputs and pilot outputs
(8 per board)
Relay outputs
(16 per board)
ILC Apprentice Standard I/O board
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Momentary ON/OFF:
When momentary contact
is made between ON
and COM, relay outputs
controlled by this input
are turned ON. When
momentary contact is
made between OFF
and COM relay outputs
controlled by this input
are turned OFF.
Momentary Push- Button:
When momentary contact
is made between ON
and COM, relay outputs
controlled by this input
are turned ON and OFF
alternately each time
contact is made.
Maintained ON/OFF:
When contact is made
between ON and COM
relay outputs controlled by
this input are turned ON.
When contact is broken
between ON and COM,
relay outputs controlled by
this input are turned OFF.
Maintained Multi-Way:
When contact is either
made or broken between
the ON and COM, relay
outputs controlled by this
input will be toggled
between ON and OFF
conditions. This function is
similar to that of standard
3- and 4-way switches.
ON
ON
ON
ON
COM
COM
COM
COM
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
MOMENTARY
Two-Step Group:
When the switch is
activated, group A (relay
outputs) turn ON and
group B (relay outputs)
turn OFF. When the input is
activated again, group A
turn OFF and group B turn
ON. The pattern repeats
with successive switch
activations.
MOMENTARY
Four-Step Group:
The first time the switch is
activated, group A (relay
outputs) turn ON and
group B (relay outputs)
turn OFF. The second time
the switch is activated,
group A turn OFF and
group B turn ON. The third
time, both groups turn ON.
The fourth time, both
groups turn OFF. The fifth
actuation begins a repeat
of the 4 steps.
COM
Timer Disable:
While contact is made
between ON and COM,
selected timer or timers
will be ignored.
MOMENTARY
ON
ON
COM
COM
OFF
OFF
MOMENTARY
MOMENTARY
Output Override:
While contact is made
between ON and COM, relay
outputs controlled by this
input are turned ON, OFF or
held in their current state
and all other control commands are ignored.
Photo Sensor Inputs:
ILC Apprentice controllers
can be connected to either
momentary or maintained
output photo sensors as
shown below.
ON
COM
OFF
MOMENTARY
Programmed as “Momentary”
ON
ON
ON
COM
COM
COM
OFF
OFF
OFF
MAINTAINED
Fire Alarm System Inputs:
ILC Apprentice controllers
can be easily connected to
building Fire Alarm Systems
to force selected controlled
lighting circuits to the ON,
OFF or HOLD state and lock
out all other forms of control when a Fire Alarm signal is present (contacts
CLOSED).
Timed ON/Cleaning Switch:
When momentary contact
is made between COM
and ON, relay outputs
are turned ON. When
contact is broken, a timed
ON duration is started from
5-999 minutes. Contact
between OFF and COM will
turn relays OFF.
All inputs/timers are
ignored for controlled
relay outputs.
OFF
OFF
ON
Input Disable:
When contact is made
between ON and COM,
selected input or inputs
will be ignored.
COM
COM
Motion Sensor Inputs:
ILC Apprentice controllers
can be connected to either
momentary or maintained
output motion sensors as
shown below.
MAINTAINED
ON
ON
MOMENTARY
MAINTAINED
Set Preset:
When momentary contact
is made between ON and
COM, the selected preset
will be activated.
Dry Contact Interface:
Virtually any control system or device can be interfaced to a ILC Apprentice
controller through the use
of a simple dry contact
interface utilizing any of
the available switch types.
MAINTAINED
MAINTAINED
Force Timer:
A switch input can be
mapped to force a ILC
Apprentice Timer
activation.
Please consult factory for
any special requirements.
OFF
MOMENTARY
ON
COM
OFF
MAINTAINED
Programmed as “Maintained
ON/OFF input”
HID Bi-Level:
Operation of Bi-level HID
Ballasts. First contact
between COM and ON will
turn ON power and
High/Low relay. (High/Low
relay is locked ON for 15
minutes for warm up period) Additional activations
of ON terminal will toggle
High/Low relay. Contact
between OFF and COM
will turn relays OFF.
Programmed as “Momentary”
ON
ON
ON
ON
COM
COM
COM
COM
OFF
OFF
MAINTAINED
MAINTAINED
Programmed as “Maintained
ON/OFF input”
Programmed as
“Output Override input”
OFF
MAINTAINED
OFF
MOMENTARY
NOTE: Switch Enable-Disable: Inputs may be enabled or disabled based on Time of day
Table 1.2 – ILC Apprentice Switch Input Types
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4-line LCD display
Add-on Module
connector
Programming
buttons
Power supply
RS-232 Port
Power LED
Main power switch
Programming
buttons
Terminal block for
processor transformer
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OFF ON
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PLT
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OFF ON
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PLT
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Orange
(Aux. contacts : not
used on 2R7 relay)
Black (OFF)
Red (ON)
Blue (COM)
Relay output
connector
I/O mounted
headers for
relay output
connectors
ON
COM
OFF ON
COM
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1
Terminal block
for power in
12VAC
Switch Pilot
status LEDs
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1
12VAC
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ON
12VAC
Switch
inputs
and
pilot
outputs
OFF
12VAC
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CT
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Data
cable
to I/O
board
8 VAC
Center tap 16 VAC
8 VAC
Override
Power to
Logic
switches
next board
Power LED
Relay output
status LEDs
I/O Power LED
Switch input
Connector to
status LEDs
next board
Figure 1.2 – CPU Board and I/O
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PLT
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OFF
ON
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97013424 REV
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97013425 REV
3
1
7
5
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
1
2
COM
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
9
10
11
12
15 13
13
2
4
1
OFF ON
2
PLT
2
OFF ON
3
PLT
3
OFF ON
4
PLT
4
OFF ON
5
PLT
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
11
6
8
27
17
19
20
21
22
31
29
35
33
ON
OFF
ON
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8
16
OFF
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7
14 16
14
15
6
OFF ON
7
PLT
25
18
10 12
12VAC
OFF ON
6
PLT
COM
ON
ON
12VAC
12VAC
OFF
12VAC
OFF
6
2
ON
12VAC
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97013426 REV
15
23
8
OFF
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4
10 12
12VAC
5
COM
4
ON
12VAC
12VAC
OFF ON
4
PLT
OFF ON
5
PLT
OFF ON
6
PLT
2
CT
3
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97013425 REV
8
OFF ON
8
PLT
ON
OFF
ON
1
OFF ON
2
PLT
2
OFF ON
3
PLT
3
OFF ON
4
PLT
4
OFF ON
5
PLT
5
OFF ON
6
PLT
6
OFF ON
7
PLT
4
3
7
5
6
7
8
23
24
25
26
27
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39
37
1
OFF
OFF
ON
2
4
5
6
5
7
8
11
9
9
10
15 13
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11
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ON
COM
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97013426 REV
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ON
3
7
8
OFF ON
8
PLT
OFF
1
41
OFF
14 16
ON
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97013425 REV
CT
32
8
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31
45
6
16
ON
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47
4
10 12
14
OFF
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30
2
12
15
29
CT
2
3
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1
12VAC
ON
COM
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1
PLT
COM
OFF
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97013426 REV
12VAC
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OFF
OFF ON
ON
12VAC
OFF ON
3
PLT
1
PLT
8
5
OFF
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7
4
7
1
2
OFF ON
OFF
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ON
OFF ON
8
PLT
8
2
3
COM
OFF
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97013426 REV
OFF ON
7
PLT
7
1
12VAC
J2
ON
OFF ON
2
PLT
OFF ON
ON
3
OFF
OFF
J1
8
OFF
1
15
1
PLT
7
1
CT
3
3
12VAC
2
OFF ON
COM
12VAC
1
12VAC
8
ON
1
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CT
12VAC
12VAC
7
OFF
OFF ON
2
PLT
OFF ON
3
PLT
OFF ON
4
PLT
ON
12VAC
3
OFF
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PLT
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1.1.5 Programming Buttons/Display - (See
Figure 1.4.) The ILC Apprentice provides
you with programming buttons and a LCD
display to enable programming and view
controller data.
1.1.6 Lighting Relays - control the line voltage
loads. The lighting relays can control 120, 277
or 347 VAC loads rated up to 20 amps. The
Class 2 low voltage control part of each relay
is terminated to a relay output on the controller I/O board(s). (See Figure 1.2.) Each relay
output controls only one lighting relay.
4-line, 32-character Display Screen
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Controller Description
1.2 I/O Options
The ILC Apprentice controller can be
equipped with the following add-on
devices:
1.2.1 Voice/DTMF Add-On Module – You can
equip the controller with a DTMF (Dual Tone
Multi Frequency) interface, which allows you
to activate switch inputs via commands
from a touchtone telephone.
(See Appendix A.)
1.2.2 DMX 512 Module – Provides for direct
control of ON/OFF lighting or other loads from
any DMX 512 control device. Any of the available 512 DMX control channels may be
mapped to control individual relays. (See
Appendix B.)
1.2.3 N2 Module – Provides for direct control
of control devices in building automation systems using N2 protocol . (See Appendix N.)
1.2.4 MODBUS Module – Provides for direct
control of control devices in building automation systems using MODBUS protocol . (See
Appendix M.)
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Installation
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Section 2– Table of Contents
Section 2 Installation
2.0 Section Overview ..........................................................................
2-1
2.1 Pre-Installation Checks ..................................................................
2-2
2.2 Mounting the Controller ................................................................
2.2.1 Location .................................................................................
2.2.2 Environmental Considerations .............................................
2.2.3 Distance From Control Devices ...........................................
2-2
2-2
2-2
2-2
2.3 Wiring the Controller ......................................................................
2.3.1 Wire the Control Transformer ...............................................
2.3.2 Connect Line and Load .......................................................
2.3.3 Wire Switch Inputs..................................................................
2-2
2-2
2-2
2-2
2.4 Pre-Power Checks ..........................................................................
2.4.1 Check Controller Power Input .............................................
2.4.2 Verify Controller’s Supply Voltage .......................................
2.4.3 Double-Check Connections................................................
4.4.4 External Monitoring and Control .........................................
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2.5 Power-Up and Check Out.............................................................
2.5.1 Power-Up the Controller .......................................................
2.5.2 Verify the Lighting Relays ......................................................
2.5.3 Perform Initial Programming Procedures............................
2.5.4 Verify the Switching Function ...............................................
2.5.5 Verify the Timer Functions .....................................................
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2.6 Troubleshooting ..............................................................................
2.6.1 Controller Will Not Power-Up ................................................
2.6.2 Lighting Relay(s) Will Not Function.......................................
2.6.3 Switch Input Will Not Function..............................................
2.6.4 Timers Will Not Function Properly .........................................
2.6.5 Entire I/O Board(s) Doesn’t Work .........................................
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Section 2 – Installation
Objectives
Overview
This section shows you how to install the ILC
Apprentice controller and how to perform
required power-up verification checks.
This section covers the following topics:
• Pre-installation checks
• Mounting the controller
• Wiring the controller
Installation
• Pre-power-up checks
• Power-up and checkout
• Troubleshooting
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2.1 Pre-Installation Checks
Do the following before beginning the
installation:
1. Verify that you have received the proper
equipment. Check the packing slip
against the materials you ordered and
verify that the material is appropriate
for the project. Check to ensure that the
voltages of the controller(s) transformers
match the available power. Report any
discrepancies or visible damage at once.
2. Review electrical prints and other
relevant project documentation.
3. Ensure that you have a digital multi-meter.
2.2 Mounting the Controller
Consider the following when selecting a site
for the ILC Apprentice.
2.2.1 Location – Typically, the ILC Apprentice
controller is mounted near the lighting panel
containing the circuits to be controlled by
the lighting relays. The enclosure is manufactured with pre-drilled mounting holes located near the four corners of the rear wall of
the enclosure. Secure the enclosure to the
mounting surface with hardware appropriate for the application.
2.2.2 Environmental Considerations – The ILC
Apprentice is designed to operate in temperatures between 0 and 50 degrees C (32°112°F) and10%-90% humidity non-condensing.
CAUTION
2.2.3 Distance From Control Devices
Switches, pilots and other control devices
can be located up to 1500 feet from the ILC
Apprentice controller using 18 gauge wire.
2.3 Wiring the Controller
Perform the following procedures to wire the
line and control circuits of the ILC Apprentice.
Do NOT apply power to any circuits until
instructed to do so. Document all terminations.
2.3.1 Wire the Control Transformer
Run a dedicated 120 or 277 VAC circuit,
including grounding conductor, and terminate it to the primaries of the ILC Apprentice
processor transformer. Cap all unused leads.
(See Figure 2.1.)
2.3.2 Connect Line and Load – Connect line
and load wires of the line voltage circuits to
the Lighting Relays. (See Figure 2.1.)
2.3.3 Wire Switch Inputs - Wire the Class 2
Switch Circuits. (See Figure 2.2.)
NOTE: Keep all Class 2 wiring separated
from the high voltage wiring.
1. Run the required wiring between the controller and the field-installed switches.
Consult project documentation to determine the type and quantity of required
switch circuits. Check each switch run to
ensure that there are no shorts between
conductors or to ground. Also verify that
there are no opens.
2. Make the connections at the switch end.
3. Make the connections to the controller
switch input terminals.
THE ILC APPRENTICE CONTROLLER IS
HOUSED IN A NEMA 1 ENCLOSURE.
DO NOT INSTALL IN SITUATIONS
REQUIRING SPECIAL PURPOSE
ENCLOSURES OR IN AREAS WHERE THE
CONTROLLER WILL BE SUBJECT TO
CONDITIONS OUTSIDE ITS DESIGNED
OPERATING RANGES.
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Transformer
Installation
Green
Grounding
Conductor
Brown
(277 VAC Hot)
White(Neutral)
Black
(120 VAC Hot)
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3
PLT
3
OFF ON
4
PLT
4
OFF ON
5
PLT
5
OFF ON
6
PLT
6
OFF ON
7
PLT
7
OFF ON
8
PLT
8
OFF
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
ON
COM
J2
1
Line
Load
Lighting
Relay
Grounding
Lug
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OFF ON
COM
2
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12VAC
1
12VAC
8
ON
CT
7
OFF
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12VAC
J1
1
PLT
OFF ON
2
PLT
7
8
Figure 2.1 – Terminate Line to Control Transformer Primary
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ON
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OFF ON
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PLT
2
OFF ON
3
PLT
3
OFF ON
4
PLT
4
OFF ON
5
PLT
5
OFF ON
6
PLT
6
OFF ON
7
PLT
7
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
J2
Override
switches
Switch input
Status LEDs
77013426 REV B
97013426 REV
COM
OFF ON
ON
12VAC
LED (detail)
OFF
12VAC
Switch pilot
Status LED
8
1
8
OFF ON
8
PLT
7
COM
OFF ON
4
PLT
LED Common (Grey)
12VAC
J1
1
PLT
CT
OFF ON
3
PLT
12VAC
LED (Orange)
ON (Red)
OFF (Black)
COM (Yellow)
12VAC
OFF ON
2
PLT
COM (Yellow)
12VAC
ON (Red)
Relay output
Status LEDs
Data In Power LED
Typical momentary
switch with LED
I/O Power LED
Figure 2.2 – Wire Class 2 Switch Circuits
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2.5 Power-Up and Check Out
Complete the following checks BEFORE
applying power to the ILC Apprentice
controller.
Complete the following procedures to
power-up and checkout the ILC Apprentice
controller.
2.4.1 Check Controller Power Input
1. Verify that the controller power switch
is OFF.
2. After verifying that the processor transformer source voltage is 120 or 277 VAC
(whichever is appropriate), power-up
the circuit.
3. Verify correct line voltage on the
primary of the transformer.
2.5.1 Power-Up the Controller
1. Turn the power switch located on the CPU
board ON. (See Figure 1.2.)
2. Verify that the controller keypad screen
displays the default time and date.
3. Verify that both power lights on each I/O
board are lit. (See Figure 2.2.)
2.4.2 Verify Controller’s Supply Voltage
Verify that there is 16 VAC on processor
transformer secondary and 8 VAC between
each leg and the center tap.
(See Figure 1.2.)
2.4.3 Double-Check Connections
1. Verify integrity of I/O connections.
2. Verify integrity of all internal and external
wire/cabling.
2.4.4 External Monitoring and Control
If control of the ILC Apprentice via LightMaster
Pro software and a PC is desired, consult
the appendix for instructions regarding the
RS 232 port.
2.5.2 Verify the Lighting Relays
Switch each relay ON and OFF, pushing the
override switches located on the I/O
board(s). There are separate ON and OFF
switches for each lighting relay. (See Figure
2.2.) Verify that the relay status LED goes
ON and OFF and that the relay itself
changes state. Verify that the relay controls
the proper circuit.
2.5.3 Perform Initial Programming Procedures
(See Section 3.)
1. Clear memory.
2. Set the correct date and time on the
controller.
3. Program the switch inputs and timers.
2.5.4 Verify the Switching Function
1. Operate each switch.
2. Verify that each switch controls the
correct lighting relays in the manner you
have programmed.
2.5.5 Verify the Timer Functions
Using Demo Clock x10 feature (see Section 3),
1. Verify that the relays respond as
programmed.
2. Reset the controller clock to the correct
date and time.
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2.6 Troubleshooting
In the event of trouble, use the following procedures to identify the problem.
2.6.1 Controller Will Not Power-Up
1. Verify that there is 120/277 VAC on the
primary and 16 VAC on the secondary of
the control transformer.
2. Verify that all the power LEDs on the CPU
and I/O board(s) are lit.
3. If there is proper primary and secondary
voltage on the transformer but the power
LED is not lit and the keypad screen
doesn’t come up, consult the factory.
2.6.2 Lighting Relay(s) Will Not Function
1. Verify that there is 24 VDC to the terminal
block on the I/O board from the CPU
board.
2. Make sure that lighting control wiring is
landed properly on the relay output of the
I/O board(s). (Blue is common, red is ON,
black is OFF, orange is status.) (See Figure
1.1.)
3. Override the affected relay ON/OFF with
the override switches located on the I/O
board. (See Figure 1.2.)
4. If the relay doesn’t respond, consult the
factory.
2.6.3 Switch Input Will Not Function
1. Check your programming.
2. Verify proper connections at field and
controller end.
3. Verify that there is only one maintained
switch connected per input.
4. Unhook field connections from affected
input. Connect test switch of same type as
field switch.
5. Work the test switch. Observe whether the
switch input status LED lights when it senses
a switch closure.
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6. If the switch input LED lights and the relays
function properly, there is probably a
problem with the field wiring.
7. Verify that the CPU is seeing the switch input
by viewing the current switch status. This
can be done with the keypad by going to
the Switch Status screen and scrolling to the
individual input or scanning all of the inputs
to verify that a switch closure is being seen
by the controller (See Section 3-4). Also the
outputs of the I/O board(s)s can be tested
through the keypad. Relays can be forced
individually or all swept ON or OFF using the
keypad (See Section 3-3).
8. If the switch input or affected relay
doesn’t respond (or no response is viewed
through the keypad), consult the factory.
2.6.4 Timers Will Not Function Properly
1. Check your programming.
2. Verify the affected output integrity by
mapping a switch input to the output and
triggering it with a test switch. If the relay
doesn’t react, consult the factory.
2.6.5 Entire I/O Board(s) Doesn’t Work
1. Check to ensure that the data and power
cables linking the I/O boards are connected properly and are free of opens and
shorts.
2. Check to ensure that both of the power
LEDs on each I/O board are lit.
3. Verify that the CPU sees the expansion I/O
boards using the keypad. This can be
done by going to the Relay Status screen
and scrolling through the outputs to see if
the CPU sees all of the outputs (See
Section 3-3).
4. If the I/O board is not recognized by the
CPU, consult the factory.
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Programming
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Section 3 Programming
3.0 Section Overview ..........................................................................
3-1
3.1 Hidden Menu Choices...................................................................
3-2
3.2 Setting the Relay Pulse...................................................................
3-3
3.3 Relay Output Operations ..............................................................
3-5
3.4 Switch Operations ..........................................................................
3-10
3.5 Switch Pilot operations...................................................................
3-19
3.6 How to Set the Controller Clock ...................................................
3-21
3.7 Disable Daylight Savings Time.......................................................
3-23
3.8 Time-Based Operations .................................................................
3-25
3.9 Blink Alert/Alarms............................................................................
3-40
3.10 Off Hours Sweeps .........................................................................
3-42
3.11 Input Active Times ........................................................................
3-44
3.12 Preset Operations .........................................................................
3-46
3.13 Edit Names ....................................................................................
3-49
3.14 How to Enter or Change a Password .........................................
3-51
3.15 How to View the Firmware Revision ...........................................
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Objectives
In this section you will learn how to program the
ILC Apprentice controller.
Conventions/Definitions
Actual key strokes/entries appear as arrows: for
example, followed (if applicable) by the
appropriate keyword. For example, to leave the
Home screen, the entry is EDIT. (See the figure
below.)
Information Presentation
The information for each programming task is
presented in the following way: First, a screen
flow diagram or diagrams illustrating the relevant
data entry screens. (This may be all the information that is required by the experienced user.)
Second, a more detailed explanation of the relevant concepts and programming procedures will
be presented. Third, specific sample operations
will be displayed.
Programming
The term default appears in this section. Default
means the value or entry preprogrammed at the
factory. In many cases the default may be
appropriate for your application, making field
programming unnecessary. For example
momentary ON/OFF is the default switch type;
therefore, if 3 wire momentary switches are used
exclusively at your facility, you may not need to
make entries defining the SWITCH OPTION.
Another term used often is Home screen. The
Home screen is the top level screen of the controller. It features the controller name, the date
and the time. (See Figure 3.1.) The controller displays this screen on power-up and at times
when you are not programming or checking
input/output status.
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Automatic Timeout/Data Saving
3.1 “Hidden” Menu Choices
If you do not press any keys for 5 minutes
while you are programming, the controller will
automatically return to the Home screen. To
ensure programming is properly saved, enter
the proper keyword – usually EXIT or SAVE.
There are three operations you can perform
from the “Hidden” Menu: CLEAR ALL MEMORY
and DEMO CLOCK (10X). CLEAR ALL MEMORY
allows you to clear the programmed memory
that has been entered and resets the parameters to their default values. DEMO CLOCK (10X)
speeds up the controller clock to run 10 times
faster than normal and can be used to test the
operation of time based operations. To reset
the clock to normal operation power down the
controller. The third operation concerns changing the relay output pulse duration.
EDIT
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Press EDIT, then 5 times
PRESETS
ADD-ON MODULES
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
EXIT
Press SPECIAL FUNCTIONS, then once
CHANGE PASSWORD
EDIT NAMES
FIRMWARE REVISION
EXIT
Press FIRMWARE REVISION
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CONFIG 08 IN/RLY
EXIT
Press
and at the same time
CLEAR ALL MEMORY
DEMO CLOCK (10X)
RELAY DRIVE 17MS SWP
EXIT
Hidden Menu
Screen Flow
Figure 3.2
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EDIT
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PRESETS
ADD-ON MODULES
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
EXIT
Programming
Press SPECIAL FUNCTIONS, then once
CHANGE PASSWORD
EDIT NAMES
FIRMWARE REVISION
EXIT
Press FIRMWARE REVISION
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CONFIG 08 IN/RLY
EXIT
Press
and at the same time
CLEAR ALL MEMORY
DEMO CLOCK (10X)
RELAY DRIVE 17MS SWP
EXIT
Press RELAY DRIVE until desired
pulse width is displayed
Relay Pulse
Screen Flow
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How to Change the Relay Pulse
SAMPLE OPERATION:
Change the Relay Output pulse to 50ms
DURATION CONCEPTS AND PARAMETERS
This function allows you to set the relay drive
characteristics for the ILC Apprentice
Controller. The pulse width is the time duration
the relay is activated for a change of state.
The options are 17ms sweep pulse (default) for
each relay in succession, 50 ms sweep pulse
for each relay in succession, 17ms pulse with
instant ON/OFF for all the relays, and 50 ms
instant ON/OFF for all the relays.
1. From the Firmware Revision screen,
press
and at the same time to access
the Hidden Screen
2. Press RELAY DRIVE until the 50ms pulse
width appears
3. Press EXIT to leave the Hidden Menu
Screen and return to the Home Screen
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EXIT
Press
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EXIT
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RELAY DRIVE 17MS SWP
EXIT
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Press RELAY DRIVE until
desired pulse width is displayed
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Press EXIT
Firmware Revision Screen
Relay Pulse Screen
Figure 3.3
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Press EDIT
RELAY OUTPUTS
SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH PILOTS
EXIT
Press RELAY OUTPUTS
Press RELAY OUTPUT OPTIONS
RELAY
TIMERS
PWR-UP
EXIT
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RELAY OUTPUT STATUS
RELAY OUTPUT OPTIONS
RELAY GROUPING
EXIT
Press RELAY GROUPING
RELAY 01
NO BLINK
NO ACTION
GROUP
RELAY
INCLUDE
EXIT
GROUP 01
RELAY 01
YES
Press RELAY OUTPUT STATUS
SINGLE RELAYS
RELAY GROUPS
EXIT
Press SINGLE RELAYS
ON
OFF
SWEEP
EXIT
RELAY 01
IS OFF
Press RELAY GROUPS
ON
OFF
GROUP 01
RELAY 01
EXIT
<NOT ON>
Press SWEEP
ALL RELAYS ON
ALL RELAYS OFF
EXIT
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Relay Output Operations
CONCEPTS AND PARAMETERS
You can use RELAY OUTPUTS to view the current ON/OFF Status of the relay outputs. You
also have the option of switching individual
relays, user defined relay groups or all the
controller relay outputs ON/OFF from the keypad. In addition you can define certain relay
output parameters (See Tables 3.1, 3.2) and
form relay groups.
Parameter Key:
RELAY: One of a possible 48 Relay Outputs
RELAY OUTPUT STATUS:
ON = Turn Relay Output or Relay Group ON
OFF = Turn Relay Output or Relay Group OFF
SWEEP = Turn all of the controller relays ON or OFF
RELAY OUTPUT OPTIONS:
TIMERS = how relay output will react to an OFF
Timer. (The default is NO BLINK)
PWR-UP = how relay output will react when the
controller is powered up. The default is NO
ACTION
RELAY GROUP = a user defined group of relay
outputs that will react as a group to a switch or
timer signal.
Table 3.1
TIMERS Choice
Definition
NO BLINK (default)
The relay will not blink prior to an OFF Timer
BLINK
The relay output blinks and postpones the OFF timer for a user defined time (2-99
minutes) The default alert time is 5 minutes. If a switch controlling the relays is turned
ON during this time, the OFF Timer is again postponed for a user defined period (5999 minutes) or until the switch is turned OFF. The default override is 120 minutes.
HID DELAY
Same as BLINK (the OFF timer is postponed) except that there is NO blink warning.
ALARM ON PLS
During the ON pulse period (1-99 seconds programmable) the relay is cycled ON
and OFF at 1 second intervals. The relay returns to OFF when complete. Used to
alarm or buzzer signal applications
ALARM OFF PLS
During the OFF pulse period (1-99 seconds programmable) the relay is cycled OFF
and ON at 1 second intervals. The relay returns to ON when complete . Used in settable blink alert applications.
ALARM ON
Relay will turn ON for a programmed duration (1-99 seconds) and then return to the
OFF state. Used for mechanically latching contactor control.
ALARM OFF
Relay will turn OFF for a programmed duration (1-99 seconds) and then return to the
ON state. Used with sentry switch or Watt Stopper 110.
Note: how to change blink alert, override, and alarm pulse times defaults is done by selecting BLINK
ALERT/ALARMS from the TIMER menu.
Table 3.2
PWR-UP Choices
Definition
NO ACTION (default) The relay output holds its pre-existing state when power is applied or re-applied to the
controller
TURN ON
The relay output switches ON when power is applied or reapplied to the controller.
TURN OFF
The relay output switches OFF when power is applied or reapplied to the controller
ON/IN:1
The relay output switches ON when power is applied or reapplied to the controller if
Input 1 is closed at the time of power-up.
OFF/IN:1
The relay output switches OFF when power is applied or reapplied to the controller if
Input 1 is closed at the time of power-up.
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SAMPLE OPERATION:
How to Turn a Relay ON from the Keypad
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT
EDIT
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2. When the MAIN menu appears,
press RELAY OUTPUTS.
RELAY OUTPUTS
SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH PILOTS
EXIT
3. When the RELAY OUTPUTS menu appears,
press RELAY OUTPUT STATUS.
Press RELAY OUTPUTS
4. When the Single Relay/Group Menu appears,
press SINGLE RELAYS.
5. When the Relay Status menu appears, press
until the relay you want to control appears.
or Press RELAY OUTPUT STATUS
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6. Press ON to switch ON the relay or OFF to switch
OFF the relay.
RELAY OUTPUT STATUS
RELAY OUTPUT OPTIONS
RELAY GROUPING
EXIT
SINGLE RELAYS
RELAY GROUPS
EXIT
7. Press EXIT 4 times to return to the Home Screen.
Press SINGLE RELAYS
ON
OFF
SWEEP
EXIT
Press
ON
OFF
SWEEP
EXIT
RELAY 01
IS OFF
for desired relay
RELAY 03
IS OFF
Press ON or OFF
ON
OFF
SWEEP
EXIT
RELAY 03
IS ON
Press EXIT 4 times to return HOME
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SAMPLE OPERATION:
How To Program a Relay To Perform a Blink Alert
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT.
EDIT
Press EDIT
2. When the MAIN menu appears,
press RELAY OUTPUTS.
3. Press RELAY OUTPUT OPTIONS.
4. When the Relay Options screen appears,
press
or until the Relay you want to perform the
blink alert appears.
5. Press TIMERS; then
the timer field.
or until BLINK appears in
6. Press EXIT 3 times to return to the Home screen.
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RELAY OUTPUTS
SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH PILOTS
EXIT
Press RELAY OUTPUTS
RELAY OUTPUT STATUS
RELAY OUTPUT OPTIONS
RELAY GROUPING
EXIT
Press RELAY OUTPUT OPTIONS
RELAY
TIMERS
PWR-UP
EXIT
Press
RELAY 01
NO BLINK
NO ACTION
or for desired relay
RELAY
TIMERS
PWR-UP
EXIT
RELAY 03
NO BLINK
NO ACTION
Press TIMERS then
RELAY
TIMERS
PWR-UP
EXIT
or until BLINK appears
RELAY 03
BLINK
NO ACTION
Press EXIT 3 times to return HOME
EDIT
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SAMPLE OPERATION:
How To Define a Relay Group
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT.
EDIT
Press EDIT
2. When the MAIN menu appears,
press RELAY OUTPUTS.
3. Press RELAY GROUPING
4. When the Relay Grouping screen appears,
press
or to select the relay group number.
5. Press RELAY then
or until the first relay to be
part of the group appears.
6. Press INCLUDE until YES appears in the entry field.
8. Press EXIT 3 times to return to the Home screen.
RELAY OUTPUTS
SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH PILOTS
EXIT
Press RELAY OUTPUTS
RELAY OUTPUT STATUS
RELAY OUTPUT OPTIONS
RELAY GROUPING
EXIT
Press RELAY GROUPING
GROUP
RELAY
INCLUDE
EXIT
Press
GROUP 01
RELAY 01
NO
or for desired group
GROUP
RELAY
INCLUDE
EXIT
GROUP 02
RELAY 01
NO
Press RELAY then
GROUP
RELAY
INCLUDE
EXIT
or for first group relay
GROUP 02
RELAY 04
NO
Press INCLUDE until YES appears
GROUP
RELAY
INCLUDE
EXIT
GROUP 02
RELAY 01
YES
Press EXIT 3 times to return HOME
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3.4 Switch Operations: Status – Fast Track
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RELAY OUTPUTS
SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH PILOTS
EXIT
Press SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH INPUT STATUS
SWITCH INPUT OPTIONS
INPUT/RELAY CONTROL
EXIT
Press SWITCH INPUT STATUS
HOLD
SCAN
INPUT 01
ON/OPEN
OFF/OPEN
EXIT
Switch Status
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Switch Operations: Controlling Relays with a Switch – Fast Track
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SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH PILOTS
EXIT
Press SWITCH INPUTS
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SWITCH INPUT STATUS
SWITCH INPUT OPTIONS
INPUT/RELAY CONTROL
EXIT
Press SWITCH INPUT OPTIONS
INPUT
TYPE
Press INPUT/RELAY CONTROL
INPUT 01
MOM ON/OFF
INPUT/SINGLE RELAYS
INPUT/RELAY GROUPS
EXIT
EXIT
Press INPUT/RELAY GROUPS
INPUT
GROUP
ACTION
EXIT
INPUT 01
GROUP 01
ON AND OFF
MOM ON/OFF
Press INPUT/SINGLE RELAYS
INPUT
RELAY
ACTION
EXIT
INPUT 01
RELAY 01
ON AND OFF
MOM ON/OFF
Switch Control
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Switch Status
CONCEPTS AND PARAMETERS
This function allows you to view the current
status of each switch input attached to the
the ILC Apprentice controller.
Parameter Key:
INPUT = One of a possible 48 switch inputs
HOLD or
view.
= access the input you want to
SCAN = scans all output for an ON or OFF closure
and displays most recent input that has changed
OPEN = maintained switch is OPEN; momentary
switch is in neutral position.
CLOSED = maintained switch is closed; momentary switch is currently closing
SAMPLE OPERATION:
Check the current status of a Switch Input
1. From the Home screen. Press EDIT.
EDIT
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2. From the Main Menu, Press SWITCH INPUTS.
3. From the Switch Input Menu,
press SWITCH INPUT STATUS.
RELAY OUTPUTS
SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH PILOTS
EXIT
Press SWITCH INPUTS
4. When the Switch Input Status screen appears,
press
or until the switch you want to check
appears.
5. Press EXIT four times to return to the Home screen
SWITCH INPUT STATUS
SWITCH INPUT OPTIONS
INPUT/RELAY CONTROL
EXIT
Press SWITCH INPUT STATUS
HOLD
SCAN
INPUT 01
ON:OPEN
OFF:OPEN
EXIT
Press
or to scroll inputs
HOLD
SCAN
INPUT 06
ON:OPEN
OFF:OPEN
EXIT
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How To Control A Relay or Relay Group
of Relays With a Switch
CONCEPTS AND PARAMETERS
To control a relay with a switch you must:
1. Define the selected switch input
2. Select the relay output or relay group that
the switch controls
3. Define how the switch will control the relay.
NOTE: The ILC Apprentice controller input can
accept dry contact inputs from 3 wire SPDT
momentary contact switches or 2 wire momentary and maintained contact switches. (See
Figure 3.2)
Parameter Key:
SWITCH INPUT OPTIONS:
INPUT = 1 of 48 possible controller switch inputs
TYPE = switch type (Default is MOM. ON/OFF; see
Table 3.3 for a list of possible switch types.)
RELAY = 1 of 48 possible controller relay outputs
RELAY GROUP = a user defined group of relay outputs that will react as a group to a switch or timer
signal.
ACTION = How the switch actuation will effect the
relay. (Default is NO ACTION). Other possible
responses ON ONLY, OFF ONLY, ON AND OFF,
BLINK ALERT
ON
COM
COM
OFF
OFF
3 WIRE MOMENTARY
Programming
ON
2 WIRE MOMENTARY
ON
COM
OFF
MAINTAINED
Figure 3.2
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Type
Physical
Operation
Momentary ON/OFF
(default type)
3-wire
momentary
Momentary contact between ON and Common turns controlled relay
outputs ON. Momentary contact between OFF and Common turns
controlled relay outputs OFF.
Momentary Pushbutton
2-wire
momentary
Momentary contact between ON and Common turns controlled relays
ON and OFF alternately each time contact is made.
Maintained ON/OFF
2-wire
maintained
When contact between ON and Common are made, controlled relays
turn ON. When contact is broken, controlled relays turn OFF.
Maintained Multi-way
2-wire
maintained
When contact is made or broken between ON and Common,
the controlled relays will toggle from ON to OFF or OFF to ON; similar to
conventional 3-way switching.
Set Preset
2-wire
Momentary
When momentary contact between ON and Common is made, the
controlled relay outputs will go to their programmed states.
Timed ON
2 or 3 wire
momentary
Contact between ON and Common will turn relay outputs on for a
programmed time. At the end of this time the controlled relays will
turn OFF. Contact between OFF and Common will turn relays OFF.
HID BI-LEVEL
3 wire
momentary
The first contact between ON and Common, turns the ON/OFF ballast
relay ON and the HIGH/LOW ballast relay HIGH (NC default) or Low
(NO default) and locks them in this position for a 15 minute warm up
period. Subsequent contact closures between ON and Common
toggle between HIGH and LOW. Contact between OFF and COMMON
locks both the ON/OFF and HIGH/LOW ballast relays OFF for 15 minutes.
Two-Step Group
2-wire
momentary
Upon switch activation, Group A relays turn ON and Group B turn OFF.
The following activation causes Group A to turn OFF and Group B to
turn ON. The pattern repeats with each switch activation.
Four-Step Group
2-wire
momentary
On the first activation, Group A relays turn ON and Group B turn OFF.
On the second activation, Group A turns OFF and B turns ON. The third
activation causes both A and B to go ON. On the fourth activation,
both A and B go OFF. Then the pattern repeats.
Input Disable
2-wire
maintained
As long as the switch is closed, other selected inputs are disabled.
Timer Disable
2-wire
maintained
As long as the switch is closed, selected timers are disabled.
Output Override
2-wire
maintained
When the switch is closed, selected relay(s) will go to the programmed
ON, OFF, or No Control status, other signals are ignored until switch is open.
FORCE TIMER
2 wire
maintained
The switch closure will trigger the selected timer.
Table 3.3 – ILC Apprentice Switch Types
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SAMPLE OPERATION:
Control a single Relay Output with a Switch
Define the Switch Input:
EDIT
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT.
2. When the MAIN menu appears,
press SWITCH INPUTS.
3. From the Switch Input Menu, press SWITCH INPUT
OPTIONS.
4. When the Switch Input options screen appears, press
or until the switch input you want to define
appears.
or until the desired switch
6. Press EXIT to return to the Switch Input menu.
Press EDIT
RELAY OUTPUTS
SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH PILOTS
EXIT
Press SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH INPUT STATUS
SWITCH INPUT OPTIONS
INPUT/RELAY CONTROL
EXIT
Press SWITCH INPUT OPTIONS
INPUT
TYPE
INPUT: 01
MOM. ON/OFF
EXIT
Press
or to scroll inputs
INPUT
TYPE
INPUT: 06
MOM. ON/OFF
EXIT
Press TYPE, then
INPUT
TYPE
or to scroll types
INPUT: 06
MNT. ON/OFF
EXIT
Press EXIT to return to SWITCH INPUT
SWITCH INPUT STATUS
SWITCH INPUT OPTIONS
INPUT/RELAY CONTROL
EXIT
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5. Press TYPE; then
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SAMPLE OPERATION:
Control a single Relay Output with a Switch
Select the relay to be controlled:
1. From the Switch Input Menu,
press INPUT/RELAY CONTROL.
2. When the Single Relay/Relay Group Control menu
appears, press INPUT/ SINGLE RELAYS.
SWITCH INPUT STATUS
SWITCH INPUT OPTIONS
INPUT/RELAY CONTROL
EXIT
Press INPUT/RELAY CONTROL
INPUT/SINGLE RELAYS
INPUT/RELAY GROUPS
EXIT
Press INPUT/SINGLE RELAYS
3. When the Input/Relay Control Screen appears
press
or until the input you are programming
appears in the INPUT field.
4. Press RELAY; then press
or until the relay to be
controlled appears in the RELAY field.
5. Press ACTION; then
action appears.
or until the desired switch
6. Press EXIT 5 times to return to the Home screen.
INPUT
RELAY
ACTION
EXIT
Press
INPUT 01
RELAY 01
ON AND OFF
MOM ON/OFF
or to scroll inputs
INPUT
RELAY
ACTION
EXIT
INPUT 03
RELAY 01
ON AND OFF
MOM ON/OFF
Press RELAY, then
INPUT
RELAY
ACTION
EXIT
INPUT 03
RELAY 03
ON AND OFF
MOM ON/OFF
Press ACTION, then
INPUT
RELAY
ACTION
EXIT
or to scroll
or to scroll
INPUT 03
RELAY 03
ON AND OFF
MOM ON/OFF
Press EXIT 5 times to return HOME
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SAMPLE OPERATION:
Control a Relay Group with a Switch
Define the Switch Input:
EDIT
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT.
2. When the MAIN menu appears,
press SWITCH INPUTS.
3. From the Switch Input Menu, press SWITCH INPUT
OPTIONS.
4. When the Switch Input options screen appears, press
or until the switch input you want to define
appears.
or until the desired switch
6. Press EXIT to return to the Switch Input menu.
Press EDIT
RELAY OUTPUTS
SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH PILOTS
EXIT
Press SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH INPUT STATUS
SWITCH INPUT OPTIONS
INPUT/RELAY CONTROL
EXIT
Press SWITCH INPUT OPTIONS
INPUT
TYPE
INPUT: 01
MOM. ON/OFF
EXIT
Press
or to scroll inputs
INPUT
TYPE
INPUT: 06
MOM. ON/OFF
EXIT
Press TYPE, then
INPUT
TYPE
or to scroll types
INPUT: 06
MNT. ON/OFF
EXIT
Press EXIT to return to SWITCH INPUT
SWITCH INPUT STATUS
SWITCH INPUT OPTIONS
INPUT/RELAY CONTROL
EXIT
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5. Press TYPE; then
type appears.
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SAMPLE OPERATION:
Control a Relay Group with a Switch
Select the relay group that you want the switch to control. Note : Be sure the relay group you wish to control
has been previously defined. (See Sample Operation –
How to Define a Relay Group.)
1. From the Switch Input Menu, press INPUT/RELAY
CONTROL.
SWITCH INPUT STATUS
SWITCH INPUT OPTIONS
INPUT/RELAY CONTROL
EXIT
Press INPUT/RELAY CONTROL
INPUT/SINGLE RELAYS
INPUT/RELAY GROUPS
EXIT
2. When the Single Relay/Relay Group Control menu
appears, press INPUT/RELAY GROUPS.
3. When the Input/Relay Group Control Screen appears
press
or until the input you are programming
appears in the INPUT field.
4. Press GROUP; then press
or until the relay to
be controlled appears in the GROUP field.
5. Press ACTION; then
action appears.
or until the desired switch
6. Press EXIT 5 times to return to the Home screen.
Press INPUT/SINGLE GROUPS
INPUT
GROUP
ACTION
EXIT
Press
INPUT 01
GROUP 01
ON AND OFF
MOM ON/OFF
or to scroll inputs
INPUT
GROUP
ACTION
EXIT
INPUT 03
GROUP 01
ON AND OFF
MOM ON/OFF
Press RELAY, then
INPUT
GROUP
ACTION
EXIT
INPUT 03
GROUP 02
ON AND OFF
MOM ON/OFF
Press ACTION, then
INPUT
GROUP
ACTION
EXIT
or to scroll
or to scroll
INPUT 03
GROUP 02
ON AND OFF
MOM ON/OFF
Press EXIT 5 times to return HOME
EDIT
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3.5 Switch Pilot Operation: – Fast Track
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Press EDIT
RELAY OUTPUTS
SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH PILOTS
EXIT
Press SWITCH PILOTS
PILOT
ON IF
TYPE
EXIT
INPUT 01
PRESET 01
PRESET
Switch Pilot
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How to Define a Switch Pilot
Parameter Key:
CONCEPTS AND PARAMETERS
To Define a Switch Pilot you must:
1. Select the input whose Input Pilot status LED
is to light.
2. Select the relay output, relay group or preset that is to light the selected status LED.
NOTE: Switch Pilots refer to switch pilot lights
located on the controller’s I/O board(s)
PILOT= The number of the switch input pilot (1-48)
ON IF= The number of the relay, relay group, or
preset which will actuate the switch pilot (1-48)
TYPE= the type of actuator: relay output, group,
or preset
Note: The default is for the switch pilot to light with
the corresponding relay status output LED lights
SAMPLE OPERATION:
Program a Status LED to Light when a Preset is ON
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT.
EDIT
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2. When the MAIN menu appears,
press SWITCH PILOTS.
3. From the Status Definition Screen, press
select the Input.
or to
4. Press TYPE until PRESET appears.
5. Press
or until the desired preset appears.
RELAY OUTPUTS
SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH PILOTS
EXIT
Press SWITCH PILOTS
PILOT
ON IF
TYPE
EXIT
INPUT 01
PRESET 01
PRESET
Press TYPE until PRESET appears
6. Press EXIT three times to return to the Home Screen.
PILOT
ON IF
TYPE
EXIT
Press
or to scroll presets
PILOT
ON IF
TYPE
EXIT
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3.6 How to Set the Controller Clock – Fast Track
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Press EDIT, then twice
SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
SET TIMES
EXIT
Press SET TIMES
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DAYLIGHT SAVINGS
ASTRO CLOCK
EXIT
Press TIME AND DATE
TIME
DATE
DAY
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TIME
MINUTE
Press DAY
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TUESDAY
SET
SET
Press DATE
MONTH
DATE
YEAR
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How to Set the Controller Clock
Setting the controller clock to the proper time and date
is fundamental to the execution of all time based operations.
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT, then
press twice.
2. From the main menu, press SET TIMES.
EDIT
Press EDIT, then press twice
SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
SET TIMES
EXIT
Press SET TIMES
3. From the Set Times menu, press TIME and DATE.
4. From the Time/Date menu, press TIME.
5. When the Time Setting screen appears,
press
or until the proper hour is displayed.
Be sure that AM/PM setting is correct.
6. Press MINUTE; then press
minute is displayed.
or until the correct
7. Press SET to return to the Time/Date menu.
TIME AND DATE
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS
ASTRO CLOCK
EXIT
Press TIME AND DATE
TIME
DATE
DAY
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8. Press DATE.
9. MONTH is displayed; then press
correct month is displayed.
or until the
10. Press DATE; then press
or until the correct
day of the month is displayed.
11. Press YEAR; then press
year is displayed.
or until the correct
12. Press SET to return to the Time/Date menu.
TIME
MINUTE
15. Press EXIT 3 times to return to the Home screen.
TIME
MINUTE
or 07:50 PM
SET
Press SET
TIME
DATE
DAY
EXIT
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or until the correct day
14. Press SET to return to the Time/Date menu.
or SET
13. Press DAY; then press
of the week is displayed.
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3.7 Disable Daylight Savings Time: – Fast Track
EDIT
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Press EDIT, then twice
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SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
SET TIMES
EXIT
Press SET TIMES
TIME AND DATE
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS
ASTRO CLOCK
EXIT
Press DAYLIGHT SAVINGS
AUTO DST: ENABLED
ENABLE
DISABLE
EXIT
CURRENT: STD
Daylight Savings
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How to Enable and Disable Day Light Savings
The ILC Apprentice is defaulted for automatic change
over between standard and day light savings time. If
the controller is in an area that doesn’t observe day
light savings you can disable this feature.
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT, then
press twice.
2. From the main menu, press SET TIMES.
3. From the Set Times menu,
press DAYLIGHT SAVINGS.
4. When the Day Light Savings screen appears,
press DISABLE.
EDIT
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Press EDIT, then press twice
SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
SET TIMES
EXIT
Press SET TIMES
TIME AND DATE
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS
ASTRO CLOCK
EXIT
Press DAYLIGHT SAVINGS
5. Press EXIT 3 times to return to the Home screen.
AUTO DST: ENABLED
ENABLE
DISABLE
EXIT
CURRENT: STD
Press DISABLE
AUTO DST: DISABLED
ENABLE
DISABLE
EXIT
CURRENT: STD
Press EXIT 3 times
EDIT
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Press EDIT, then SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
EXIT
Press TIMERS
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CONFIGURE TIMERS
TIMER/RELAY CONTROL
BLINK ALERT/ALARMS
EXIT
Press CONFIGURE TIMERS
TIME
DAYS
EXIT
TIMER 01
05:30 AM
SMTWTFSA
^^^^^^^^
Press TIME
Press DAYS
NORMAL
TIMER 01
ASTRO
OPEN/CLOSE
EXIT
TIMER 01
DAILY
HOLIDAY
EXIT
Press DAILY
Press NORMAL
HOUR
MINUTE
EXIT
TIMER 01
05:30 AM
YES
NO
EXIT
TIMER 01
(DAILY)
MONDAY
ACTIVE: YES
Press HOLIDAY
MONTH
DATE
EXIT
TIMER 01
(HOLIDAY)
01/01
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Time Based Operations: How to Set the Astro Clock Parameters – Fast Track
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Press EDIT, then twice
SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
SET TIMES
EXIT
Press SET TIMES
TIME AND DATE
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS
ASTRO CLOCK
EXIT
Press ASTRO CLOCK
LATITUDE
LONGITUDE
TIME ZONE
EXIT R05:57
045
090
CENTRAL
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SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
EXIT
Press TIMERS
Programming
CONFIGURE TIMERS
TIMER/RELAY CONTROL
BLINK ALERT/ALARMS
EXIT
Press CONFIGURE TIMERS
TIMER 02
05:30 AM
SMTWTFSA
^^^^^^^^
TIME
DAYS
EXIT
Press EXIT
Press TIME
NORMAL
TIMER 02
ASTRO
OPEN/CLOSE
EXIT
Press DAYS
TIMER 02
Press ASTRO
SUNRISE
SUNSET
EXIT
TIMER 02
SR+015 MIN
SMTWTFSA
^^^^^^^^
TIME
DAYS
EXIT
DAILY
HOLIDAY
EXIT
TIMER 02
(ASTRO)
SR+015 MIN
Press DAILY
YES
NO
EXIT
TIMER 02
(DAILY)
SUNDAY
ACTIVE: YES
Press HOLIDAY
MONTH
DATE
EXIT
TIMER 02
(HOLIDAY)
01/01
Astro Timer
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3.8 Time Based Operations: How to Set Open/Closed Parameters – Fast Track
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Press EDIT, then twice
SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
SET TIMERS
EXIT
Press SET TIMES, then DAYLIGHT SAVINGS
ASTRO CLOCK
OPEN-CLOSE TIMES
EXIT
Press OPEN-CLOSE TIMES
CURRENT OPEN/CLOSE
OP 08:00 AM
EDIT
CL 09:00 PM
EXIT
Press EDIT
NORMAL DAYS
SINGLE DATE
RESET DATES/TIMES
EXIT
Press SINGLE DATE
MONTH
DATE
EDIT
EXIT
Press NORMAL DAYS
DAY
OPEN
CLOSE
EXIT
MONDAY
08:00 AM
09:00 PM
Press RESET DATES/TIMES
RESET ALL TIMES?
YES
NO
TIMER 01
(HOLIDAY)
01/01
Press EDIT
CLEAR
OPEN
CLOSE
EXIT
01/01
12:00 PM
Open/Close Parameters
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SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
EXIT
Press TIMERS
Programming
CONFIGURE TIMERS
TIMER/RELAY CONTROL
BLINK ALERT/ALARMS
EXIT
Press CONFIGURE TIMERS
TIME
DAYS
EXIT
TIMER 05
05:30 AM
SMTWTFSA
^^^^^^^^
Press TIME
Press DAYS
NORMAL
TIMER 05
ASTRO
OPEN/CLOSE
EXIT
TIMER 05
DAILY
HOLIDAY
EXIT
Press DAILY
Press OPEN/CLOSE
TIMER 05
OPEN
CLOSE
EXIT
CLS+030 MIN
YES
NO
EXIT
TIMER 05
(DAILY)
SUNDAY
ACTIVE: YES
Press HOLIDAY
MONTH
DATE
EXIT
TIMER 05
(HOLIDAY)
01/01
Open/Close Timer
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3.8 Time Based Operations: How to Control a Relay,
Relay Group or a Preset with a Timer – Fast Track
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Press EDIT, then SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
EXIT
Press TIMERS
CONFIGURE TIMERS
TIMER/RELAY CONTROL
BLINK ALERT/ALARMS
EXIT
Press TIMER/RELAY CONTROL
TIMER/SINGLE RELAYS
TIMEE R / R E L A Y G R O U P S
TIMER PRESETS
EXIT
Press TIMER/SINGLE RELAYS Press TIMER/RELAY GROUPS
TIMER
RELAY
ACTION
EXIT
TIMER: 01
RELAY: 01
TURN ON
TIMER
GROUP
ACTION
EXIT
TIMER: 12
GROUP: 01
TURN OFF
Press TIMER PRESETS
TIMER
PRESET
ACTION
EXIT
TIMER: 1O
PRESET: 01
ACTIVATE
Timer Control
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Time Based Operations
Parameter Key:
TIMER = 1 of up to 48 time based events that
impact relays, relay groups, or presets. A NORMAL
timer executes its function according to standard
AM/PM time. This the default timer type. An
ASTRO timer operates in relation to sunrise or sunset. An OPEN/CLOSE timer is keyed to user
entered facility open and close times. (Both
ASTRO and OPEN/CLOSE timers can be programmed to occur at exactly sunrise/sunset
open/close or offset either before or after these
times.) Open/Close Timers can be keyed to different open/close times. For example weekday
hours as opposed to weekend hours. An
Open/Close timer can also be programmed to
execute on a specific date.
RELAY = one of 48 available relay outputs impacted by the timers
RELAY GROUP = one of 48 available user defined
groups of relay outputs that respond as a group
to a timer
PRESET = one of 48 available user defined ON/OFF
relay output patterns activated by a timer.
ACTION = How the timer will impact the relay output, relay group, or preset. The default is NO
ACTION (The timer has no effect on the relay,
relay group, or preset.) Other possible entries are:
TURN ON (used with relays and relay groups)
TURN OFF (used with relays and relay groups)
ACTIVATE (used with presets)
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CONCEPTS AND PARAMETERS
You can program the ILC Apprentice controller to control a single relay output, a relay
group, or a preset according to a time based
schedule. (A preset is user defined group of
relays programmed to assume a pre-determined ON/OFF pattern when invoked. Presets
will be discussed later in more detail.)
Time based control involves:
1. Defining the timer and any associated
parameters.
2. Programming how the timer impacts the
selected relay, relay group, or preset.
NOTE: You will need the latitude and longitude
for your location in order to define an Astro
Timer. A listing of latitudes and longitudes for
many major US cities is provided in the
Appendix O.
Programming
SAMPLE OPERATION:
Program a Normal Timer
CONFIGURE TIMERS
TIMER/RELAY CONTROL
BLINK ALERT/ALARMS
EXIT
Press SET TIMERS
Define the Normal Timer:
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT; then .
TIMER 01
05:30 AM
SMTWTFSA
^^^^^^^^
TIME
DAYS
EXIT
2. From the Main Menu press TIMERS.
Press TIME
3. When the Timer menu appears,
press CONFIGURE TIMERS.
4. When the Timer Definition screen appears, press
or
until the timer you want to program appears in the
timer field.
5. Press TIME; then when the Timer type menu
appears, press NORMAL.
6. When the Set Time screen appears, press HOUR,
then
or until the hour for the timer to occur
appears.
7. Press MINUTE, then
or until the correct time
appears on the screen.
NORMAL
TIMER 01
ASTRO
OPEN/CLOSE
EXIT
Press NORMAL, then HOUR
HOUR
MINUTE
EXIT
TIMER 01
05:30 AM
Press MINUTE
HOUR
MINUTE
EXIT
TIMER 01
05:30 AM
Press EXIT to continue
8. Press EXIT to return to the Timer Definition screen.
9. Press DAYS; when the Day menu appears
press DAILY.
Press DAYS
10. Day Choice screen appears, press
or and then
YES or NO to include or exclude each day from
the timer operation.
TIMER 01
DAILY
HOLIDAY
EXIT
11. Press EXIT 2 times to return to the TIMER menu.
Press DAILY
YES
NO
EXIT
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05:30 AM
SMTWTFSA
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TIME
DAYS
EXIT
TIMER 01
(DAILY)
MONDAY
ACTIVE: YES
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SAMPLE OPERATION:
Program an Astro Timer
EDIT
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Press EDIT, then twice
Step 1: Enter The Astro Clock Parameters:
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT;
then press twice.
SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
SET TIMES
EXIT
2. From the Main Menu press SET TIMES.
Press SET TIMES
3. From the Set Times Menu, press ASTRO CLOCK.
4. When the Astro Clock screen appears, press
until the proper latitude appears.
5. Press LONGITUDE; then
longitude appears.
6. Press TIME ZONE then
zone appears.
or or until the proper
or until the proper time
7. Press EXIT 3 times to return to the Home screen.
Note: The current sunrise and sunset times for the
global coordinates selected appear at the bottom of
the Astro Clock screen (R and S). (The default coordinates are for Minneapolis Minnesota.)
TIME AND DATE
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS
ASTRO CLOCK
EXIT
Press ASTRO CLOCK
LATITUDE
LONGITUDE
TIME ZONE
EXIT R05:57
045
090
CENTRAL
S18:16
Press LONGITUDE
LATITUDE
LONGITUDE
TIME ZONE
EXIT R05:57
045
090
CENTRAL
S18:16
Press TIME ZONE
LATITUDE
LONGITUDE
TIME ZONE
EXIT R05:57
045
090
CENTRAL
S18:16
Press EXIT 3 times
EDIT
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SAMPLE OPERATION:
Program an Astro Timer
SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
EXIT
Press TIMERS
Step 2: Define the Astro Timer:
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT; then .
CONFIGURE TIMERS
TIMER/RELAY CONTROL
BLINK ALERT/ALARMS
EXIT
2. From the Main Menu press TIMERS.
3. When the Timer menu appears, press CONFIGURE
TIMERS.
4. When the Timer Definition screen appears, press
or
until the timer you want to program appears in the
timer field.
6. When the Astro Time Set screen appears press either
SUNRISE( to set the time in relation to sunrise) or SUNSET (to key the timer to sunset). If you want to offset the time press either
or until the desired offset appears on the screen. Then press EXIT to return
to the Timer Definition screen.
TIMER 12
05:30 AM
SMTWTFSA
^^^^^^^^
TIME
DAYS
EXIT
Press TIME
NORMAL
TIMER 12
ASTRO
OPEN/CLOSE
EXIT
Programming
5. Press TIME; then when the Timer type menu
appears, press ASTRO
Press CONFIGURE TIMERS
Press ASTRO
SUNRISE
SUNSET
EXIT
TIMER 12
(ASTRO)
SR+015 MIN
Press EXIT
7. Press DAYS; when the Day menu appears press ˜
DAILY.
8. Day Choice screen appears, press
or and then
YES or NO to include or exclude each day from
the timer operation.
TIMER 12
SR+030 MIN
SMTWTFSA
^^^^^^^^
TIME
DAYS
EXIT
Press DAYS
TIMER 12
9. Press EXIT 2 times to return to the TIMER menu.
DAILY
HOLIDAY
EXIT
Press DAYS
YES
NO
EXIT
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SAMPLE OPERATION:
Program an Open/Close Timer
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Step 1: Define the Open/Close Parameters:
Press EDIT, then twice
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT; the press ¸.
2. From the Main Menu press SET TIMES.
3. From the Set Times Menu, press ; then press OPEN-CLOSE TIMES.
4. When the top level Open/Close screen appears,
press EDIT
5. When the Open/Close Day menu appears, press NORMAL DAYS
7. Press CLOSE; then press
or to set the close
time of the facility for the day that appears in the day
field.
8. Press DAY to access the next day; the repeat steps
5 and 6 for that day.
9. After finishing setting all the open and close times for
the facility, press EXIT 5 times to return to the Home
screen.
Press SET TIMES, then DAYLIGHT SAVINGS
ASTRO CLOCK
OPEN-CLOSE TIMES
EXIT
Press OPEN-CLOSE TIMES
CURRENT OPEN/CLOSE
OP 08:00 AM
EDIT
CL 09:00 PM
EXIT
Programming
6. When the Open/Close Time Setting screen appears,
press OPEN; then press
or to set the open
time of the facility for the day that appears in the day
field.
SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
SET TIMERS
EXIT
Press EDIT
NORMAL DAYS
SINGLE DATE
RESET DATES/TIMES
EXIT
Press NORMAL DAYS
DAY
OPEN
CLOSE
EXIT
MONDAY
08:00 AM
09:00 PM
Press OPEN
DAY
OPEN
CLOSE
EXIT
MONDAY
08:00 AM
09:00 PM
Press CLOSE
DAY
OPEN
CLOSE
EXIT
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SAMPLE OPERATION:
Program an Open/Close Timer
SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
EXIT
Step 2: Define the Open/Close Timer:
Press TIMERS
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT; then .
2. From the Main Menu press TIMERS.
CONFIGURE TIMERS
TIMER/RELAY CONTROL
BLINK ALERT/ALARMS
EXIT
Press CONFIGURE TIMERS
3. When the Timer menu appears,
press CONFIGURE TIMERS.
4. When the Timer Definition screen appears,
press
or until the timer you want to program
appears in the timer field.
5. Press TIME; then when the Timer Type menu
appears, press OPEN/CLOSE.
6. When the Open/Close Set screen appears, press
either OPEN or CLOSE to tie the timer to either
the facility open or closing time. If you desire to offset
the time press
or until the correct offset appears
on the screen. Then press EXIT to return to the Timer
Definition screen.
TIMER 05
05:30 AM
SMTWTFSA
^^^^^^^^
TIME
DAYS
EXIT
Press TIME
NORMAL
TIMER 05
ASTRO
OPEN/CLOSE
EXIT
Press OPEN/CLOSE
TIMER 05
OPEN
CLOSE
EXIT
CLS+030 MIN
Press EXIT
7. Press DAYS; when the Day menu appears
press DAILY.
8. Day Choice screen appears, press
or and
then YES or NO to include or exclude each day
from the timer operation.
9. Press EXIT 2 times to return to the TIMER menu.
TIMER 05
TIME
DAYS
EXIT
CLS+30 MIN
^^^^^^^^
Press DAYS
TIMER 05
DAILY
HOLIDAY
EXIT
Press DAILY
YES
NO
EXIT
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SAMPLE OPERATION:
Program a Timer to Control a Single Relay
Program a Timer to Control a Relay:
1. From the Timer menu,
press TIMER/RELAY CONTROL.
2. From the Timer Control menu,
press TIMER/SINGLE RELAYS.
3. When the Timer/Relay Control screen appears,
press
or until the timer that you want to control
the relay appears in the timer field.
CONFIGURE TIMERS
TIMER/RELAY CONTROL
BLINK ALERT/ALARMS
EXIT
Press TIMER/RELAY CONTROL
TIMER/SINGLE RELAYS
TIMEE R / R E L A Y G R O U P S
TIMER PRESETS
EXIT
Press TIMER/SINGLE RELAYS
TIMER
RELAY
ACTION
EXIT
Press RELAY
4. Press RELAY; then
or until the relay you want to
be controlled by the timer appears in the relay field.
TIMER
RELAY
ACTION
EXIT
TIMER: 03
RELAY: 01
TURN ON
Programming
5. Press ACTION; then
or until the the way you
want the timer to control the relay appears.
TIMER: 01
RELAY: 01
TURN ON
Press ACTION
6. Press EXIT 4 times to return to the Home screen.
TIMER
RELAY
ACTION
EXIT
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RELAY: 02
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SAMPLE OPERATION:
Program a Timer to Control a Relay Group
Program a Timer to Control a Relay Group:
1. From the Timer menu,
press TIMER/RELAY CONTROL.
2. From the Timer Control menu, press TIMER/RELAY
GROUPS
3. When the Timer/Relay Group Control screen appears,
press
or until the timer that you want to control
the relay group appears in the timer field.
CONFIGURE TIMERS
TIMER/RELAY CONTROL
BLINK ALERT/ALARMS
EXIT
Press TIMER/RELAY CONTROL
TIMER/SINGLE RELAYS
TIMEE R / R E L A Y G R O U P S
TIMER PRESETS
EXIT
Press TIMER/RELAY GROUPS
TIMER
GROUP
ACTION
EXIT
Press GROUP
4. Press GROUP; then
or until the relay group
you want to be controlled by the timer appears in the
relay field.
5. Press ACTION; then
or until the way you want
the timer to control the relay group appears.
6. Press EXIT 4 times to return to the Home screen.
TIMER: 12
GROUP: 01
TURN OFF
TIMER
GROUP
ACTION
EXIT
TIMER: 12
GROUP: 01
TURN OFF
Press ACTION
TIMER
GROUP
ACTION
EXIT
TIMER: 12
GROUP: 01
TURN OFF
Press EXIT 4 times
EDIT
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Programming
SAMPLE OPERATION:
Program a Timer to Control a Preset
Program a Timer to Control a Preset:
1. From the Timer menu,
press TIMER/RELAY CONTROL.
2. From the Timer Control menu, press TIMER/PRESETS
CONFIGURE TIMERS
TIMER/RELAY CONTROL
BLINK ALERT/ALARMS
EXIT
Press TIMER/RELAY CONTROL
TIMER/SINGLE RELAYS
TIMER / R E L A Y G R O U P S
TIMER PRESETS
EXIT
Press TIMER PRESETS
3. When the Timer/Preset Control screen appears,
press
or until the timer that you want to control
the preset appears in the timer field.
TIMER
PRESET
ACTION
EXIT
4. Press PRESET; then
or until the preset you want
to be controlled by the timer appears in the relay field.
6. Press EXIT 4 times to return to the Home screen.
Press PRESET
TIMER
PRESET
ACTION
EXIT
TIMER: 05
PRESET: 01
ACTIVATE
Programming
5. Press ACTION; then
or until the way you want
the timer to control the preset appears.
TIMER: 05
PRESET: 01
ACTIVATE
Press ACTION
TIMER
PRESET
ACTION
EXIT
TIMER: 05
PRESET: 01
ACTIVATE
Press EXIT 4 times
EDIT
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3.9 Blink Alert/Alarms – Fast Track
EDIT
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Press EDIT, then SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
EXIT
Press TIMERS
CONFIGURE TIMERS
TIMER/RELAY CONTROL
BLINK ALERT/ALARMS
EXIT
Press BLINK ALERT/ALARMS
BLINK ALERT
OVERRIDE
ALARMS
EXIT
05MIN
090MIN
05SEC
Blink Alert/Alarms
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Blink Alert/Alarms
CONCEPTS AND PARAMETERS
If the default timing parameters for the
optional blink alert, HID delay and alarm relay
output timer options are not appropriate for
your application, you can change them. If the
defaults are appropriate you need not
conduct operations in this area.
Parameter Key:
BLINK ALERT = The length of time between a blink
alert, HID delay or alarm and the execution of an
OFF timer or blink alert switch signal, that has not
been overridden by a switch closure. The default
is 5 minutes. Other choices are from 2-99 minutes.
OVERRIDE = The amount of time a switch closure
can be programmed to postpone the execution
of an OFF timer or blink alert switch signal. The
default is 120 minutes. Other choices are from 5
minutes to 999 minutes.
ALARMS = The length of the pulse for momentary
alarm signals. The default is 5 seconds. Other
choices are from 1--99 seconds.
CONFIGURE TIMED-ON = Whether the timed on
period is invoked by a switch opening or closing
FORCE TIMERS = Execute the selected timer
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT; then .
EDIT
Programming
SAMPLE OPERATION:
Change the Blink Alert from the Default
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Press EDIT, then
2. When the Main menu appears, press TIMERS.
3. When the Timer menu appears, press BLINK
ALERT/ALARMS.
SWITCH INPUTS
SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
EXIT
Press TIMERS
4. When the Blink Alert/Alarms screen appears,
press
or until the desired Blink Alert time appears
in the Blink Alert field.
5. Press EXIT three times to return to the Home screen.
CONFIGURE TIMERS
TIMER/RELAY CONTROL
BLINK ALERT/ALARMS
EXIT
Press BLINK ALERT/ALARMS
BLINK ALERT
OVERRIDE
ALARMS
EXIT
10MIN
090MIN
05SEC
Press EXIT 3 times
EDIT
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3.10 Off Hours Sweeps – Fast Track
EDIT
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Press EDIT, then twice
SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
SET TIMES
EXIT
Press SET TIMES, then twice
ASTRO CLOCK
OPEN-CLOSE TIMES
OFF HOURS SWEEPS
EXIT
Press OFF HOURS SWEEPS
INTERVAL 1 HOUR(S)
RELAYS
GROUPS
EXIT
Press INTERVAL (1, 2 OR 3)
Press RELAYS
OFF HOURS SWEEPS
RELAY
RELAY 08
INCLUDE
YES
EXIT
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RELAYS
GROUPS
EXIT
Press GROUPS
OFF HOURS SWEEPS
GROUP
GROUP 02
INCLUDE
YES
EXIT
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Off Hours Sweeps
CONCEPTS AND PARAMETERS
You can program the controller to execute
OFF sweeps to insure that single relay outputs
and relay groups will be turned OFF at regular
intervals outside of normal business hours.
(NOTE: This is used in conjunction with
Open/Close Times - see Page 3-28 and 3-35.)
Parameter Key:
INTERVAL = time between OFF sweeps (1, 2, 3
hours).
Relays = individual relays subject to the OFF
sweeps
Groups = relay groups subject to the OFF sweeps
SAMPLE OPERATION:
Program a Relay Group for Off Sweeps
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT; then
press twice.
2. When the Main menu appears, press SET TIMES;
then twice.
4. When the Off Hours Sweep menu appears,
press GROUPS
5. When the Off Sweep Group screen appears,
press
or to select the relay group subject to the
Off sweep.
6. Press INCLUDE until YES appears.
Press EDIT, then twice
SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
SET TIMES
EXIT
Press SET TIMES, then twice
ASTRO CLOCK
OPEN-CLOSE TIMES
OFF HOURS SWEEPS
EXIT
Press OFF HOURS SWEEPS
INTERVAL 1 HOUR(S)
RELAYS
GROUPS
EXIT
Press GROUPS
7. Press EXIT 4 times to return to the Home screen.
OFF HOURS SWEEPS
GROUP
GROUP 03
INCLUDE
NO
EXIT
Press INCLUDE
OFF HOURS SWEEPS
GROUP
GROUP 03
INCLUDE
YES
EXIT
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3. When the SET TIMES Menu appears, press OFF
HOURS SWEEPS
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EDIT
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Press EDIT, then twice
SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
SET TIMES
EXIT
Press SET TIMES, then 3 times
OPEN-CLOSE TIMES
OFF HOURS SWEEPS
INPUT ACTIVE TIMES
EXIT
Press INPUT ACTIVE TIMES
INPUT
ENABLE
DISABLE
EXIT
INPUT 03
06:00 AM
12:00 AM
Input Active Times
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Input Active Times
Parameter Key:
CONCEPTS AND PARAMETERS
You can program the controller to enable/
disable selected input(s) during certain hours.
During the enable time, the input will function
normally. During the disable hours, the input
will not function
Input = one of up to 48 possible controller switch
inputs
Enable = the input will function from the entered
enable time to the entered disable time
Disable = the input will NOT function from the
entered disable time to the entered enable time
SAMPLE OPERATION:
Program a Switch Input for Input Active Times
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT; then press twice.
EDIT
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2. When the Main menu appears, press SET TIMES;
then 3 times.
3. When the SET TIMES Menu appears, press INPUT
ACTIVE TIMES.
Press SET TIMES, then 3 times
4. When the Input Active Times screen appears press
or until the input you want to program appears in
the input field.
5. Press ENABLE; then press
enable time appears.
or until the desired
6. Press DISABLE; then press
disable time appears.
or until the desired
7. Press EXIT three times to return to the Home screen.
OPEN-CLOSE TIMES
OFF HOURS SWEEPS
INPUT ACTIVE TIMES
EXIT
Press INPUT ACTIVE TIMES
INPUT
ENABLE
DISABLE
EXIT
INPUT 04
06:00 AM
12:00 AM
Press ENABLE
INPUT
ENABLE
DISABLE
EXIT
INPUT 04
09:00 AM
12:00 AM
Press DISABLE
INPUT
ENABLE
DISABLE
EXIT
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SWITCH PILOTS
TIMERS
SET TIMES
EXIT
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EDIT
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Press EDIT, then 3 times
TIMERS
SET TIMES
PRESETS
EXIT
Press PRESETS
EDIT PRESETS
CAPTURE PRESETS
EXIT
Press EDIT PRESETS
PRESET
RELAY
ACTION
EXIT
PRESET 10
RELAY 08
TURN ON
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CAPTURE
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Preset Operations
CONCEPTS AND PARAMETERS
The ILC Apprentice supports the ability to save
the current relay output ON/OFF states in a
preset scene. You can program the controller
to execute this scene by keyboard command,
a signal from a Set Preset switch type, or timer
signal. You also have the ability to edit the preset if you need to change the ON/OFF pattern
Parameter Key:
CAPTURE PRESETS:
PRESET = one of a possible 48 ON/OFF relay
output patterns.
CAPTURE = save the current relay ON/OFF states
to a preset scene
SET = a keyboard command to invoke a
captured preset
EDIT PRESETS:
RELAY = one of 48 possible relay outputs making
up the preset
ACTION = The state you want the relay output to
assume when the preset is invoked.
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SAMPLE OPERATION:
Capture, EDIT, and Invoke a Preset
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT; then press three times.
2. When the Main menu appears press PRESETS.
3. When the Presets menu appears, press CAPTURE
PRESETS.
4. When the Preset Capture screen appears, press
or
until the preset you want to capture appears in the
preset field.
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Press EDIT, then 3 times
TIMERS
SET TIMES
PRESETS
EXIT
Press PRESETS
EDIT PRESETS
CAPTURE PRESETS
EXIT
5. Press CAPTURE to save the current ON/OFF relay
pattern as the preset.
Press CAPTURE PRESETS
PRESET
CAPTURE
SET
EXIT
6. Press EXIT to return to the Preset Menu.
7. Press EDIT PRESETS
PRESET 10
Press EDIT PRESETS
8. When the Edit Presets screen appears, press
or until the preset you previously captured appears in
the preset field.
9. Press RELAY; then press
or until the relay
whose preset ON/OFF state you want to change
appears.
10. Press ACTION; the press
or until the desired
relay state appears in the action field.
11. Repeat steps 9 and 10 for any additional relays you
want to change.
12. Press EXIT to return to the Presets menu; then press
CAPTURE PRESETS
PRESET
RELAY
ACTION
EXIT
PRESET 10
RELAY 08
TURN ON
Press RELAY
PRESET
RELAY
ACTION
EXIT
PRESET 10
RELAY 08
TURN ON
Press ACTION
PRESET
RELAY
ACTION
EXIT
PRESET 10
RELAY 08
TURN ON
Press TEST
13. Press to select the preset you have just edited.
14. Press SET to invoke the preset.
PRESET
CAPTURE
SET
EXIT
PRESET 10
15. Press EXIT 3 times to return to the Home screen.
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3.13 Edit Names – Fast Track
Customized Home Screen
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Press EDIT PANEL NAMES
Press SAVE, then EXIT 3 times
PRESETS
ADD-ON MODULES
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
EXIT
Press SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Press EDIT NAMES
EDIT PANEL NAMES
EDIT RELAY NAMES
EDIT GROUP NAMES
EXIT
Press EDIT RELAY NAMES
EDIT GROUP NAMES
EDIT INPUT NAMES
EXIT
Press EDIT RELAY NAMES
EDIT GROUP NAMES
EDIT TIMER NAMES
EXIT
Press EDIT RELAY NAMES
EDIT GROUP NAMES
EDIT PRESET NAMES
EXIT
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RELAY 01
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EXIT
Press EDIT GROUP NAMES
GROUP 01 NAME
GROUP 01
EDIT
EXIT
Press EDIT INPUT NAMES
INPUT 01 NAME
INPUT 01
EDIT
EXIT
Press EDIT TIMER NAMES
TIMER 01 NAME
TIMER 01
EDIT
EXIT
Press EDIT PRESET NAMES
PRESET 01 NAME
PRESET 01
EDIT
EXIT
Press EDIT
DEFAULT
HALL
^
SAVE
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EDIT NAMES
CHANGE PASSWORD
PHOTOCELL FILTER 30
EXIT
DEFAULT PANEL NAME
MY BUILDING
^
SAVE PANEL NAME
Press EDIT
DEFAULT
HALL
^
SAVE
Press EDIT
DEFAULT
HALL
^
SAVE
Press EDIT
DEFAULT
HALL
^
SAVE
Press EDIT
DEFAULT
HALL
^
SAVE
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How to Customize the Name(s) of the ILC
Apprentice Controller, Relays, Groups, Inputs,
Timers, and Presets
You have the option of assigning customized names to the
controller and the other major components/features of the
lighting control system. The customized names will appear
on the screens featuring that component/feature.
SAMPLE OPERATION:
Customize The Name Of a Relay Output
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Press EDIT, then 5 times
PRESETS
ADD-ON MODULES
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
EXIT
Press SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT; then
press 5 times.
EDIT NAMES
CHANGE PASSWORD
FIRMWARE REVISION
EXIT
2. When the Main menu appears,
press SPECIAL FUNCTIONS.
Press EDIT NAMES
3. When the Special Functions menu appears,
press EDIT NAMES.
EDIT PANEL NAMES
EDIT RELAY NAMES
EDIT GROUP NAMES
EXIT
4. When the Edit Names menu appears,
press EDIT RELAY NAMES.
Press EDIT RELAY NAMES
5. When the Relay Naming screen appears press
or
until the relay that you want to name appears.
RELAY 01 NAME
RELAY 01
EDIT
EXIT
6. Press EDIT
Press EDIT
7. When the Relay Name Editing screen appears, press
until the cursor is positioned under the first character of the default name. The press
or until the
first character of the customized name appears.
DEFAULT
HALL R:01
^
SAVE
Press SAVE
8. Repeat step 7 until the customized name has completely overridden the default name.
9. Press SAVE
DEFAULT
OFFICE R:01
^
SAVE
Press EXIT 4 times
RELAY 01 NAME
OFFICE
EDIT
EXIT
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Press EDIT, then 5 times
PRESETS
ADD-ON MODULES
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
EXIT
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Press SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
EDIT NAMES
CHANGE PASSWORD
FIRMWARE REVISION
EXIT
Press CHANGE PASSWORD
CLEAR PASSWORD
032501
^
SAVE
Press SAVE
NEW PASSWORD SAVED
EXIT
Change Password
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Entering/Changing a Password
CONCEPTS AND PARAMETERS
If you want, you can enter a 6 digit password to restrict
unauthorized access to the controller.
Caution: Memorize and write down the password. Store
it in a secure place. Once you have saved the password, you will need to enter it or be denied access to
the controller.
SAMPLE OPERATION:
Enter a Password For the Controller
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT; then
press 5 times.
2. When the Main menu appears,
press SPECIAL FUNCTIONS.
3. When the Special Functions menu appears,
press CHANGE PASSWORD
4. When the Password Editing screen appears, press until the cursor is positioned under the first digit in the
password field. The press or until the first digit of
the password appears
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PRESETS
ADD-ON MODULES
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
EXIT
Press SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
EDIT NAMES
CHANGE PASSWORD
FIRMWARE REVISION
EXIT
Press CHANGE PASSWORD
CLEAR PASSWORD
032501
^
SAVE
Press SAVE
NEW PASSWORD SAVED
EXIT
Press EXIT
5. Repeat step 7 for the remaining digits.
6. Press SAVE. A message will appear saying NEW
PASSWORD SAVED
EDIT
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Press EDIT, then 5 times
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PRESETS
ADD-ON MODULES
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
EXIT
Press SPECIAL FUNCTIONS, then CHANGE PASSWORD
EDIT NAMES
FIRMWARE REVISION
EXIT
Press FIRMWARE REVISION
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EXIT
Firmware Revision
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How to View The Controller Firmware Revision
The Firmware Revision screen list the firmware currently in
the controller and the number of controller I/O points. This
information may be useful when requesting advice or
repair components. This screen also serves a gateway to
a "Hidden" screen used to perform certain operations.
(Note: See Hidden Menu Choices near the beginning of
this section.)
SAMPLE OPERATION:
View The Controller Firmware Revision
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT; then
press 5 times.
2. When the Main menu appears, press SPECIAL
FUNCTIONS ; then press .
3. When the Special Functions menu appears,
press FIRMWARE REVISION to view the Firmware
Revision screen.
EDIT
Press EDIT, then 5 times
PRESETS
ADD-ON MODULES
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
EXIT
Press SPECIAL FUNCTIONS, then CHANGE PASSWORD
EDIT NAMES
FIRMWARE REVISION
EXIT
Press FIRMWARE REVISION
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EXIT
Press EXIT three times
4. Press EXIT three times to return to the Home screen.
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Add-On Modules
ADD-ON MODULES is a choice on the Main menu. It is of
interest only if the controller is equipped with optional serial communications and/or telephone interface cards.
Details of these options are discussed in the
relevant appendix.
PRESETS
ADD-ON MODULES
SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
EXIT
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Appendix
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Appendix–Table of Contents
Section 4 Appendix
A. Voice/DTMF Add-On Module.........................................................
A.1 Overview ..................................................................................
A.2 Voice/DTMF Control Features.................................................
A.3 Voice/DTMF Control Setup .....................................................
C. PC Control via RS 232 Port..............................................................
C.1 RS 232 Programming Control and Monitoring......................
C.2 RS 232 Setup.............................................................................
E. DMX Control Feature.......................................................................
E.1 Overview ...................................................................................
E.2 Objectives .................................................................................
E.3 Programming Example ............................................................
A-1
A-1
A-2
A-2
C-1
C-1
C-1
E-1
E-1
E-1
E-4
M. MODBUS Communications ...........................................................
M.1 Overview..................................................................................
M.2 Structure...................................................................................
M.3 Transmission Modes.................................................................
M.4 Transmission Mode Characteristics .......................................
M.5 Hardware Setup ......................................................................
M.6 Required Parameter Entries ...................................................
M.7 Framing ....................................................................................
M.8 Supported Commands ..........................................................
M.9 Additional Functions ...............................................................
M.10 Additional Information .........................................................
N. N2 Communications.......................................................................
N.1 Overview ..................................................................................
N.2 Hardware Setup.......................................................................
N.3 Point Map .................................................................................
O. Latitude and Longitude listings .....................................................
P. Photo Control Applications ............................................................
P.1 Overview ...................................................................................
P.2 Hardwired Model......................................................................
P.3 Programming ............................................................................
R. Reference Materials (Spec. sheets, wiring diagrams, etc.).........
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M-1
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M-3
M-3
M-3
M-3
M-3
M-3
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N-1
N-1
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The FCC requires that the following statement be included in this manual.
FCC Registration #6TP USA-35522-DM-N
Ringer Equivalence 0.4B
Connecting to the telephone company
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. On the back plate near the RJ 11 jack of this equipment is a label that
contains, among other information, the FCC registration number and ringer equivalence (REN) for this equipment. If requested,
provide this information to your telephone company.
The REN is useful to determine the quantity of devices that may be connected to the telephone line. Excessive RENs on the telephone line may result in devices not ringing in response to an incoming call. In most, but not all areas, the sum of RENs of all
devices should not exceed five (5). To be certain of the number of devices that may be connected to a line, as determined by the
total RENs, contact the local telephone company.
If your telephone equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. But if advance isn’t practical, you will be notified as soon as possible. You
will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
Your telephone company may make changes in your facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures that could affect he operation of your equipment. If they do, you will be given advance notice so as to give you an opportunity to maintain
uninterrupted service.
If you experience trouble with this telephone equipment, please contact: Intelligent Lighting Controls, Inc./Reliant Relay Co.,
Technical Support Department at 1-800-922-8004 for repair and warranty information. If your equipment is causing harm to the
telephone network, the telephone company may request that you disconnect the equipment until the problem is resolved.
This equipment may not be used on public coin service provided by the telephone company. Connection to party lines is
subject to state tariffs. (Contact your local state public utility commission or corporation commission for information.)
NOTICE: The Industry Canada label identifies certain equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets certain
telecommunications network protective, operational and safety requirements. The Industry Canada does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local t
elecommunications company. The equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. In some cases,
the company’s inside wiring associated with a single line of individual service may be extended by means of a certified connector
assembly (telephone extension cord). The customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may not prevent
degradation of service in some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be made by an authorized Canadian maintenance facility designed by the supplier.
Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines
and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This precaution may be particularly important in
rural areas.
CAUTION: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the appropriate electric inspection
authority, or electrician, as appropriate.
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) assigned to each terminal device provides an indication of the maximum number of terminals allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist of any combination of devices
subject only to the requirement that the sum of the Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the devices does not exceed 5.
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Appendix A: Voice/DTMF Add-On Module
A.1 Overview
The telephone Add-On Module is an optional board that is easily added to the ILC
Apprentice controller. This module supports
dual-tone multi-frequency (DTMF) touchtone
telephone control and monitoring. The module plugs into the expansion port provided
on the ILC Apprentice controller CPU board.
(See Figure A-2.)
A.2 Voice/DTMF Control Features
This Add-On Module supports the following
touchtone telephone control features:
• Get the current status of the controller’s
relay outputs
• Turn ON or OFF single relays or groups of
relays
• Get the current status of the controller’s
switch inputs
• Activate preset scenes
DTMF commands and control functions are
supported by voice prompts that guide you
through operational commands and give
you instructions on how to use the system.
A.3 Voice/DTMF Control Setup
1. The ILC Apprentice must be equipped with
a Voice/DTMF Add-On Module. Locate the
card on the controller’s processor board.
(See Figure A.2.)
2. Connect a phone cord to the module’s
RJ11 jack and connect the other end to
the telephone outlet. The telephone line
must be an analog line and have its own
phone number. The line must be direct
and not switched through a PBX or any
type of extension system.
3. Dial the telephone number of the
controller.
4. When the controller answers, follow the
voice prompts that will guide you through
the operations you can perform.
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PLT
DTMF Card installed in Expansion
Slot on CPU board
RJ11 Phone Jack
Telephone
System
RJ11 Phone Jack
Figure A.1 – DTMF Phone Control
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A.4 Voice Prompts for Standalone
DTMF Control
When you dial in to the controller you will
hear the following voice prompts
(prompts in bold):
ILC Elite press 1 (press 1)
(Main Menu)
For relay status and control press 1
(Enter the relay number follwed by the # key
or press * to return to the main menu)
For presets press 3
(Enter the preset number follwed by the # key
or press * to return to the main menu)
For group control press 4
(Enter the group number follwed by the # key
or press * to return to the main menu)
To end this call press #
To repeat this menu press *
A.4.1 Control Codes
Use the telephone keypad to enter the
following control codes:
• Relay Codes (2 digits)
Code designates which relay in the panel
you want to control (01-48)
Sample: Enter code 12 to control relay 12
• Preset codes (2 digit)
(see Page 3-57 for information on how to
define a preset)
01-48
Sample: Enter code 31 to set Preset 31
• Group codes (2 digit)
(see Page 3-20 for information on how to
define a relay group)
01-48
Sample: Enter code 22: you will be prompted to push 1 to turn ON Group 22 or push 2
to turn OFF group 22
(Sub Menus )
(If “1” is pressed on the Main Menu):
Enter the relay number followed by the # key
or press * to return to the Main Menu
(Press 01-48 for relays 1-48. The current status
of the cosen relay will then be stated.)
Relay __ is ON, to turn OFF Relay __ Press 2. To
return to the main menu, press 9
Relay __ is OFF, to turn ON Relay __ Press 1. To
return to the main menu, press 9
(If “3” is pressed on the Main Menu):
Enter the preset number followed by the # key
(Press 01-48 for the desired preset)
Preset __ has been activated
(It will then automatically go back to the Main
Menu)
(If “4” is pressed on the Main Menu):
Enter the group number followed by the # key
(Press 01-48 for the desired group)
To turn ON Group press 1, to turn OFF Group
press 2, to return to the Main Menu press 9.
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DTMF Add-on Module in Expansion Port
Display module
RJ-11 Connector
for Voice/DTMF
Power LED
Main
power
switch
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Appendix C: PC Control via RS232 Port
Overview
C.1 RS232 Programming Control and
Monitoring
You can link a personal computer (PC)
equipped with a RS232 port and LightMaster
Pro software to the ILC Apprentice controller’s RS232 port and perform all the control and programming operations supported
by LightMaster Pro, including:
• Check the status of the controller’s relay
outputs and switch inputs
• Turn ON/OFF individual relay outputs
• Sweep ON/OFF all the relay outputs
• Define switch inputs and map them to
relay outputs
• Define timers and map them to relay
outputs
• Define and invoke preset scenes
• Upload and download data between the
controller and your PC.
C.1 RS232 Setup
1. Connect the factory-supplied RS232 cable
(part of LightMaster Pro package) to the
ILC Apprentice’s RS232 port and
connect the other end to the COM port
you have selected for communication on
your computer.
2. Using LightMaster Pro, connect with the
controller.
3. When your PC and the controller link,
perform the desired LightMaster Pro
operations.
RS232 Port
ILC Apprentice Controller
Personal Computer equipped
with LightMaster Pro software
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PLT
OFF ON
2
PLT
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Factory Supplied Cable
Figure B.1 – Programming the Controller from a PC
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Appendix E: DMX Control Feature
E.1 Overview
• With the addition of a DMX 512 interface
card, the ILC Apprentice controller
supports the control of non-dimmed loads
via standard USITT DMX 512 communications protocol.
• The physical link is a standard USITT DMX
512 control cable (18 gauge, shielded
twisted pair) that runs from the DMX output
of the theatrical lighting controller to the
ILC Apprentice DMX communications port.
The DMX 512 interface mounts on the ILC
Apprentice CPU board. (See Figure D-1.)
• You can program the ILC Apprentice with
desired ON and OFF DMX signal levels and
then select how the ILC Apprentice relay
outputs will respond.
• You set common ON and OFF DMX signal
levels for all DMX 512 channels (1 to 512
channels). However, you can program
relay action on an individual channel basis.
DMX ON and DMX OFF Levels:
Any time a DMX channel is at or above the
ON level, the relay(s) mapped to that channel will be forced ON regardless of any
switch input or timer control. Any time a DMX
channel is at or below the OFF level, the
relay(s) mapped to that channel will be
forced OFF regardless of any switch input or
timer control. While a DMX channel is below
the ON level and above the OFF level, the
relay(s) mapped to that channel are able to
be controlled by switch inputs and timers.
EXAMPLE 1: To lock out all control other than
DMX, set the DMX ON level to 90% and the
OFF level to 10%. By setting the DMX signal
level to 100% or 0%, the relay(s) will turn ON
or OFF and also revert to the desired
position after any change due to a switch
input or timer.
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EXAMPLE 2: To control relays via DMX and
also allow switch inputs or timers to change
the position, set the DMX ON level to 90%
and the OFF level to 10%. By momentarily
setting the DMX signal level to 100% and
then setting it to 50%, the relay(s) will be
turned ON and local control will return. By
momentarily setting the DMX signal level to
0% and then setting it to 50%, the relay(s) will
be turned OFF and local control will return.
DMX Filter:
The Filter setting determines the number of
times the ILC Apprentice must receive a
constant value on a DMX channel prior to
performing the control mapped to that
channel. The Filter may be set from 1 to 16.
Lower Filter settings make the ILC Apprentice
respond faster to DMX commands. Higher
Filter settings prevent undesired relay control
due to momentary zero levels on DMX channels. The Filter setting does not directly correspond to DMX frame counts due to the ILC
Apprentice not reading each frame.
E.2 Objectives
After reading Appendix D, you will be able
to program the ILC Apprentice to implement
DMX control.
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Appendix D: DMX Control Feature
DMX Communication Channel Enable DIP Settings
512 Channels Shown
1-OFF, 2-OFF = 64 channels enabled
1-ON, 2-OFF = 128 channels enabled
1-OFF, 2-ON = 256 channels enabled
1-ON, 2-ON = 512 channels enabled
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CT
12VAC
2
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4
OFF ON
5
PLT
5
OFF ON
6
PLT
6
OFF ON
7
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COM
OFF ON
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8
12VAC
7
1
8
OFF ON
8
PLT
DMX 512 Interface Card
mounted on ILC Apprentice
Controller CPU Board
COM
1
12VAC
12VAC
ON
OFF ON
4
PLT
CT
OFF
OFF ON
3
PLT
12VAC
12VAC
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PLT
OFF ON
2
PLT
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NEG
DRAIN
POS
18 Gauge, Shielded twisted pair
DMX 512 Control Cable
To Theatrical Lighting Controller
(USITT DMX 512 Protocol)
NOTE: Drain wire must only
be connected on one end.
DMX 512 Interface Card
100 ohm Terminating Resistor
(Used only if ILC Apprentice controller
is the last device on DMX 512 Cable)
Figure D.1 – DMX Interface Hardware Features
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DMX Control – Fast Track
EDIT
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SET TIMES
PRESETS
ADD-ON MODULE
EXIT
Press ADD-ON MODULE
DMX REV 3
DMX/RELAY MAPPING
ON/OFF LEVELS
EXIT
Press DMX/RELAY MAPPING
RELAY
RELAY 01
DMX CH
150
080%
AUTO MAP RELAYS 2-48
EXIT
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DMX ON
DMX OFF
FILTER
EXIT
090%
010%
10
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E.3 Programming Example
Set the DMX signal ON level at 92% and the OFF level at
15%. Program relay output 1 to respond by switching ON
at 92% and OFF at 15% on channel 200. (The default
values are 90% and 10%, respectively.)
NOTE: If programming relays 1-48 you can enter the
relay channel for relay 01 – then press Auto Map Relays
2-48, and the controller will automatically assign relays
2-48 to the channels in ascending order.
Example: If you program Relay 01 to channel 200,
relay 2 will be assigned to channel 201, relay 3 to
channel 202, and so on in ascending order.
Note also that the DMX/Relay Control screen displays
the current level.
1. From the Home screen, press EDIT; then press 4
times to access the ADD-ON MODULE screen.
EDIT
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SET TIMES
PRESETS
ADD-ON MODULE
EXIT
Press ADD-ON MODULE
DMX REV 3
DMX/RELAY MAPPING
ON/OFF LEVELS
EXIT
Press ON/OFF LEVELS
2. Press ADD-ON MODULE.
3. Press ON/OFF LEVELS.
4. When the Level screen appears, press
92% appears in the ON field.
5. Press DMX OFF, then
the OFF field.
6. Press FILTER, then
or until
or until 15% appears in
or to select a filter value.
7. Press EXIT to return to the DMX menu.
DMX ON
DMX OFF
FILTER
EXIT
092%
015%
10
Press EXIT
DMX REV 3
DMX/RELAY MAPPING
ON/OFF LEVELS
EXIT
Press DMX/RELAY MAPPING
8. Press DMX/RELAY MAPPING.
9. Press DMX CH; then press
appears.
or until channel 200
10. If you want to Auto program the rest of the channels,
press AUTO MAP RELAYS 2-48.
11. Press EXIT 3 times to return to the Home screen.
RELAY
RELAY 01
DMX CH
150
080%
AUTO MAP RELAYS 2-48
EXIT
Press DMX CH, then
RELAY
RELAY 01
DMX CH
200
080%
AUTO MAP RELAYS 2-48
EXIT
Press AUTO MAP RELAYS
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RELAY
RELAY 01
DMX CH
150
080%
AUTO MAP RELAYS 2-48
EXIT
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Appendix M: MODBUS Communications
M.1 Overview
M.3 Transmission Modes
MODBUS protocol is an industrial communications and distributive control system developed by Gould-Modicon to integrate programmable logic controllers (PLCs), computers, terminals and other monitoring, sensing,
and control devices. With the addition of a
ILC MODBUS Add-On Module, and setting a
unique address via the mudule’s address DIP
switches, the ILC Apprentice lighting controller can become a Slave NODE on the
MODBUS Network. (See Figure M-1.)
The transmission mode is the structure of the
individual units of information within a message, and the numbering system used to
transmit the data. Two transmission modes
are available. Both provide the same communication capabilities. The mode slected
depends on the equipment used as the
MODBUS master. Only one transmission
mode may be selected per network. Mixing
modes on a single network is not allowed.
The two available tranbsmission modes are
ASCII (American Standard Code For
Information Interchange) and RTU (Remote
Terminal Unit)
M.2 Structure
MODBUS is a Master/Slave communications
protocol. One device (the Master) controls all
serial activity by selectively polling one or more
of the slave devices. The maximum number of
slave devices is 247 per network. Each device
(node) is assigned a unique address to distinguish it from all the other nodes.
Only the Master initiates a transaction.
Transactions are either a query/response (only
a single slave is addressed), or a broadcast/no
response (all slaves are addressed). A transaction comprises a single query and single
response frame or a single broadcast frame.
Certain characteristics of the MODBUS protocol are fixed: frame format, frame sequences,
communications error handling, exception
conditions, and the functions performed.
Other characteristics are selectable:
transmission media, baud rate, character
parity, number of stop bits, communications
error handling, exception conditions, and
functions performed.
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M.3.1 ASCII
Coding System – ASCII (7 Bit); hexadecimal
uses ASCII printable characters (0-9, A-F)
Start Bits – 1
Data Bits (least significant first) – 7
Parity (optional) – 1 (1 Bit set for even or odd,
no Bits for no parity )
Stop Bits – 1 or 2
Error Checking – LRC (Longitudinal
Redundancy Check)
M.3.2 RTU
Coding System – 8 Bit Binary
Start Bits – 1
Data Bits (least significant first) – 8
Parity (optional) – 1 (1 Bit set for even or odd,
no Bits for no parity )
Stop Bits – 1 or 2
Error Checking – CRC (Cyclical Redundancy
Check)
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Appendix M: MODBUS Communications
ILC Apprentice MODBUS Communications Example – See Termination Detail Below
DIP Switch Addressing
Add the value of each ON
ON
switch to determine the
address (address 05 shown).
128
64
32
16
8
4
2
1
J9
12VAC
CT
12VAC
2
3
4
OFF ON
5
PLT
5
OFF ON
6
PLT
6
OFF ON
7
PLT
7
OFF
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8
77013426 REV B
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3
4
5
6
7
8
ON
COM
J2
1
12VAC
OFF ON
12VAC
8
1
8
OFF ON
8
PLT
7
COM
1
12VAC
12VAC
ON
OFF ON
4
PLT
CT
MODBUS Add-on Card
mounted on ILC
Apprentice controller
CPU board
OFF
OFF ON
3
PLT
12VAC
12VAC
J1
1
PLT
OFF ON
2
PLT
ILC Apprentice Controller
NEG
DRAIN
POS
18 Gauge, Shielded twisted pair
to MODBUS
network
MODBUS Add-on Card
100 ohm Terminating Resistor
(Used only if ILC Apprentice controller
is the last device on cable)
NOTE: Drain wire must only
be connected on one end.
Figure M-1 MODBUS Set-Up
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M.4 Transmission Mode
Characteristics
ASCII printable characters are easy to view
when trouble shooting and this mode is suited to PLC masters and computer masters
programmed in a high level language, such
as VISCOM BASIC.
In RTU mode, data is sent in 8-bit binary characters. In ASCII mode, data is divided into
two 4 bit parts and then represented by the
hexadecimal equivalent. ASCII mode uses
twice as many characters as RTU mode but
decoding is easier.
In RTU mode data must be transmitted in a
continuous stream. In ASCII mode breaks of
up to one second can occur between characters to allow for a relatively slow master.
M.5 Hardware Setup
The ILC Apprentice must be equipped with a
MODBUS add-on card and addressed with a
unique node address (See Figure M-1). The
network cable is a two wire shielded twisted
pair. Consult the Automation system provider
for the exact specifications. Terminate the
cable as shown in Figure M.1.
M.6 Required Parameter Entries
M.7 Framing
Both ASCII and RTU transmission modes
feature mechanisms to indicate the beginning and end of a frame, the node address,
a function code (the type of information
sought/command signal), a data field
indicating the particular point or register
accessed. See Table M-1 for data field
I/O point designators for a ILC Apprentice
node.
M.8 Supported Commands
01 Read coil status
02 Read input status
05 Force singe coil
15 Force multiple coils
For more information refer to Modicon
Modbus Protocol Reference Guide
(PI-MBUS-300)
M.9 Additional Functions
• On/OFF with Time options (Blink/Alarm)
See Table M.1.2
• Input Enable/Disable. See Table M.1.3
M.10 Additional Information
Contact Modicon Inc. if you would like more
detailed information on MODBUS
protocol.
After setting the MODBUS card address DIP
switches, you must power up the ILC
Apprentice controller and define certain
operational parameters for MODBUS
communication. (See Fast Track diagram on
next page.)
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MODBUS – Fast Track
EDIT
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Press EDIT, then 4 times
SET TIMES
PRESETS
ADD-ON MODULE
EXIT
Press ADD-ON MODULE
MODBUS REV 1
CONFIGURE
EXIT
Press CONFIGURE
MODE
BAUD
PARITY
EXIT
MODE options:
RTU, ASCII
ASCII
38400
ODD
BAUD options:
4800, 9600, 19200, 38400
PARITY options:
ODD, EVEN, NONE
MODBUS
Screen Flow
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Appendix M: MODBUS Communications
ILC Apprentice Input
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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40
41
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43
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46
47
48
ON
OFF
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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24
25
26
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30
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96
Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
1 = Input Closed
Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
0= Input Open
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Open
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1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
1=Output Closed
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
0=Output Open
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Table M.1.1 – ILC Apprentice Data Field Output Point Designators
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117
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Closed
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
1=Output Closed/Timer Option
Open
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
0=Output Open/Timer Option
Table M.1.2 – ILC Apprentice with a Timer Option (Blink/Alarm) Output Point Designators
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1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
1=Input Disable
Closed
Open
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
0=Input Enable
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Appendix N: N2 Commmunications
N.1 Overview
The ILC Apprentice controller can be integrated into a Building Automation System
(BAS) that uses the N2 communications protocol. The host system can then poll the status of the ILC Apprentice controller inputs
and outputs and issue ON/OFF commands
to the ILC Apprentice’s relay outputs.
N.2 Hardware Setup
The ILC Apprentice must be equipped with a
N2 add-on module that is addressed with a
unique node address. (See Figure N-1.) The
network cable is a two wire shielded twisted
pair. Consult the BAS system documentation
for the exact specifications. Terminate the
cable as shown in Figure N-1.
N.3 Point Map
Fill out the point map for the ILC Apprentice
controller. Note that only BI and BO point
types are used. The completed point map
will serve as the control schedule used to
determine how ILC Apprentice relay outputs
will be controlled.
ILC LightMaster N2 Rev 1 Unsupported Attributes
All attributes in the following regions
Analog Input
Analog Output
Internal Float
Internal Integer
Internal Byte
Binary Input Unsupported Attributes
Attribute 1
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 3
COS _enabled
Normal state
Alarm_enabled
Attribute 2
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 4
Bit 5
Always reliable (0)
Override active
Normal (0)
JCI use only
Attribute 3
JCI use only
Attribute 4
JCI use only
Always 1 (COS is always enabled)
Always 0
Always 0 (disabled)
Always 0 (not active)
Binary Output Unsupported Attributes
Attribute 1
Bit 0
Bit 1
COS _enabled
Normal state
Attribute 2
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 4
Bit 5
Always reliable (0)
Override active
JCI use only
JCI use only
Attribute 3
Minimum ON time
Always 0
Attribute 4
Minimum OFF time
Always 0
Attribute 5
Maximum Cycles/Hour
Always 0
Attribute 6
JCI use only
Attribute 7
JCI use only
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Always 0
Always 0 (not active)
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Appendix N: N2 Commmunications
ILC Apprentice N2 Network Example – See Termination Detail Below
DIP Switch Addressing
Add the value of each ON
ON
switch to determine the
address (address 02 shown).
128
64
32
16
8
4
2
1
J9
12VAC
CT
12VAC
4
OFF ON
5
PLT
5
OFF ON
6
PLT
6
OFF ON
7
PLT
7
OFF ON
8
PLT
8
OFF
J2
77013426 REV B
97013426 REV
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ON
COM
OFF ON
COM
3
12VAC
12VAC
2
12VAC
8
1
OFF ON
4
PLT
12VAC
7
ON
CT
N2 Add-On card
mounted on ILC
Apprentice controller
CPU board
OFF
OFF ON
3
PLT
12VAC
12VAC
J1
1
PLT
OFF ON
2
PLT
ILC Apprentice Controller
NEG
REF
POS
18 Gauge, Shielded twisted pair
to N2 network
N2 Add-on Card
100 ohm Terminating Resistor
(Used only if ILC Apprentice controller
is the last device on cable)
NOTE: Drain wire must only
be connected on one end.
Figure N-1 N2 Set-Up
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N2 – Fast Track
EDIT
ILC APPRENTICE
WED 12/01/04
07:50:54 PM
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Press EDIT, then 4 times
SET TIMES
PRESETS
ADD-ON MODULE
EXIT
Press ADD-ON MODULE
METASYS N2 REV 1
EXIT
NODE:001
N2
Screen Flow
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Appendix N: N2 Commmunications
NETWORK
NETWORK
POINT TYPE POINT ADDRESS
UNITS
POINT DESCRIPTION
RANGE/VALUE
BI
1
SWITCH INPUT #1 OFF
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
2
SWITCH INPUT #1 ON
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
3
SWITCH INPUT #2 OFF
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
4
SWITCH INPUT #2 ON
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
5
SWITCH INPUT #3 OFF
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
6
SWITCH INPUT #3 ON
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
7
SWITCH INPUT #4 OFF
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
8
SWITCH INPUT #4 ON
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
9
SWITCH INPUT #5 OFF
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
10
SWITCH INPUT #5 ON
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
11
SWITCH INPUT #6 OFF
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
12
SWITCH INPUT #6 ON
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
13
SWITCH INPUT #7 OFF
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
14
SWITCH INPUT #7 ON
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
15
SWITCH INPUT #8 OFF
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
16
SWITCH INPUT #8 ON
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
17
SWITCH INPUT #9 OFF
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
18
SWITCH INPUT #9 ON
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
19
SWITCH INPUT #10 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
20
SWITCH INPUT #10 ON
BI
21
SWITCH INPUT #11 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
22
SWITCH INPUT #11 ON
BI
23
SWITCH INPUT #12 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
24
SWITCH INPUT #12 ON
NOTES
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
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NETWORK
NETWORK
POINT TYPE POINT ADDRESS
UNITS
POINT DESCRIPTION
RANGE/VALUE
BI
25
SWITCH INPUT #13 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
26
SWITCH INPUT #13 ON
BI
27
SWITCH INPUT #14 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
28
SWITCH INPUT #14 ON
BI
29
SWITCH INPUT #15 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
30
SWITCH INPUT #15 ON
BI
31
SWITCH INPUT #16 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
32
SWITCH INPUT #16 ON
BI
33
SWITCH INPUT #17 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
34
SWITCH INPUT #17 ON
BI
35
SWITCH INPUT #18 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
36
SWITCH INPUT #18 ON
BI
37
SWITCH INPUT #19 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
38
SWITCH INPUT #19 ON
BI
39
SWITCH INPUT #20 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
40
SWITCH INPUT #20 ON
BI
41
SWITCH INPUT #21 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
42
SWITCH INPUT #21 ON
BI
43
SWITCH INPUT #22 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
44
SWITCH INPUT #22 ON
BI
45
SWITCH INPUT #23 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
46
SWITCH INPUT #23 ON
BI
47
SWITCH INPUT #24 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
48
SWITCH INPUT #24 ON
BI
49
SWITCH INPUT #25 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
NOTES
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
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NETWORK
NETWORK
POINT TYPE POINT ADDRESS
UNITS
POINT DESCRIPTION
RANGE/VALUE
BI
50
SWITCH INPUT #25 ON
BI
51
SWITCH INPUT #26 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
52
SWITCH INPUT #26 ON
BI
53
SWITCH INPUT #27 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
54
SWITCH INPUT #27 ON
BI
55
SWITCH INPUT #28 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
56
SWITCH INPUT #28 ON
BI
57
SWITCH INPUT #29 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
58
SWITCH INPUT #29 ON
BI
59
SWITCH INPUT #30 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
60
SWITCH INPUT #30 ON
BI
61
SWITCH INPUT #31 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
62
SWITCH INPUT #31 ON
BI
63
SWITCH INPUT #32 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
64
SWITCH INPUT #32 ON
BI
65
SWITCH INPUT #33 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
66
SWITCH INPUT #33 ON
BI
67
SWITCH INPUT #34 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
68
SWITCH INPUT #34 ON
BI
69
SWITCH INPUT #35 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
70
SWITCH INPUT #35 ON
BI
71
SWITCH INPUT #36 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
72
SWITCH INPUT #36 ON
BI
73
SWITCH INPUT #37 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
NOTES
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
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NETWORK
NETWORK
POINT TYPE POINT ADDRESS
UNITS
POINT DESCRIPTION
RANGE/VALUE
BI
74
SWITCH INPUT #37 ON
BI
75
SWITCH INPUT #38 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
76
SWITCH INPUT #38 ON
BI
77
SWITCH INPUT #39 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
78
SWITCH INPUT #39 ON
BI
79
SWITCH INPUT #40 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
80
SWITCH INPUT #40 ON
BI
81
SWITCH INPUT #41 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
82
SWITCH INPUT #41 ON
BI
83
SWITCH INPUT #42 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
84
SWITCH INPUT #42 ON
BI
85
SWITCH INPUT #43 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
86
SWITCH INPUT #43 ON
BI
87
SWITCH INPUT #44 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
88
SWITCH INPUT #44 ON
BI
89
SWITCH INPUT #45 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
90
SWITCH INPUT #45 ON
BI
91
SWITCH INPUT #46 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
92
SWITCH INPUT #46 ON
BI
93
SWITCH INPUT #47 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
94
SWITCH INPUT #47 ON
BI
95
SWITCH INPUT #48 OFF 0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
BI
96
SWITCH INPUT #48 ON
NOTES
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
0-OPEN 1-CLOSED
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NETWORK
NETWORK
POINT TYPE POINT ADDRESS
UNITS
POINT DESCRIPTION
RANGE/VALUE
1
RELAY OUTPUT #1
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
2
RELAY OUTPUT #2
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
3
RELAY OUTPUT #3
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
4
RELAY OUTPUT #4
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
5
RELAY OUTPUT #5
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
6
RELAY OUTPUT #6
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
7
RELAY OUTPUT #7
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
8
RELAY OUTPUT #8
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
9
RELAY OUTPUT #9
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
10
RELAY OUTPUT #10
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
11
RELAY OUTPUT #11
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
12
RELAY OUTPUT #12
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
13
RELAY OUTPUT #13
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
14
RELAY OUTPUT #14
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
15
RELAY OUTPUT #15
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
16
RELAY OUTPUT #16
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
17
RELAY OUTPUT #17
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
18
RELAY OUTPUT #18
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
19
RELAY OUTPUT #19
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
20
RELAY OUTPUT #20
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
21
RELAY OUTPUT #21
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
22
RELAY OUTPUT #22
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
23
RELAY OUTPUT #23
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
24
RELAY OUTPUT #24
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
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BO
Appendix N: N2 Commmunications
NETWORK
NETWORK
POINT TYPE POINT ADDRESS
UNITS
POINT DESCRIPTION
RANGE/VALUE
BO
25
RELAY OUTPUT #25
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
26
RELAY OUTPUT #26
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
27
RELAY OUTPUT #27
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
28
RELAY OUTPUT #28
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
29
RELAY OUTPUT #29
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
30
RELAY OUTPUT #30
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
31
RELAY OUTPUT #31
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
32
RELAY OUTPUT #32
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
33
RELAY OUTPUT #33
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
34
RELAY OUTPUT #34
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
35
RELAY OUTPUT #35
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
36
RELAY OUTPUT #36
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
37
RELAY OUTPUT #37
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
38
RELAY OUTPUT #38
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
39
RELAY OUTPUT #39
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
40
RELAY OUTPUT #40
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
41
RELAY OUTPUT #41
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
42
RELAY OUTPUT #42
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
43
RELAY OUTPUT #43
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
44
RELAY OUTPUT #44
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
45
RELAY OUTPUT #45
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
46
RELAY OUTPUT #46
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
47
RELAY OUTPUT #47
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
BO
48
RELAY OUTPUT #48
0-OFF (Open) 1-ON (Closed) 2-OFF w/Timer Option
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Appendix N: N2 Commmunications
NETWORK
POINT ADDRESS
INPUTS
BO
201
01
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
202
02
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
2 03
03
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
204
04
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
205
05
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
206
06
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
207
07
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
208
08
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
209
09
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
210
10
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
211
11
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
212
12
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
213
13
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
214
14
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
215
15
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
216
16
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
217
17
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
218
18
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
219
19
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
220
20
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
221
21
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
222
22
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
223
23
0- Input Enable 1 -Input Disable
BO
224
24
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
RANGE/VALUE
NOTES
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NETWORK
POINT TYPE
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NETWORK
POINT TYPE
NETWORK
POINT ADDRESS
INPUTS
BO
225
25
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
226
26
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
227
27
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
228
28
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
229
29
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
230
30
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
231
31
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
232
32
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
233
33
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
234
34
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
235
35
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
236
36
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
237
37
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
238
38
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
239
39
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
240
40
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
241
41
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
242
42
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
243
43
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
244
44
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
245
45
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
246
46
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
BO
247
47
0- Input Enable 1 -Input Disable
BO
248
48
0- Input Enable 1- Input Disable
RANGE/VALUE
NOTES
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Appendix O: Latitude and Longitude
Illinois,Rockford,42,89
Illinois,Springfield,40,89
Illinois,Urbana,40,86
Indiana,Evansville,38,87
Indiana,Ft. Wayne,41,85
Indiana,Gary,41,87
Indiana,Indianapolis,40,86
Indiana,Lafayette,40,87
Indiana,Muncie,40,85
Indiana,South Bend,41,86
Indiana,Terre Haute,39,87
Iowa,Cedar Rapids,42,91
Iowa,Des Moines,41,93
Iowa,Dubuque,42,90
Iowa,Iowa City,41,91
Iowa,Sioux City,43,96
Iowa,Waterloo,42,92
Kansas,Dodge City,38,100
Kansas,Kansas City,39,94
Kansas,Salina,39,97
Kansas,Topeka,39,95
Kansas,Wichita,37,97
Kentucky,Ashland,38,82
Kentucky,Bowling Green,37,86
Kentucky,Lexington,38,84
Kentucky,Louisville,38,86
Kentucky,Paducah,37,88
Louisiana,Baton Rouge,30,91
Louisiana,New Orleans,30,90
Louisiana,Shreveport,32,93
Maine,Augusta,44,70
Maine,Bangor,45,69
Maine,Lowell,42,71
Maine,Portland,43,70
Maryland,Baltimore,39,76
Maryland,Springfield,42,72
Massachusetts,Boston,42,71
Massachusetts,Brockton,42,71
Massachusetts,Cambridge,42,71
Massachusetts,Fall River,41,71
Massachusetts,Lawrence,42,71
Massachusetts,Plainfield,42,73
Massachusetts,Worcester,42,72
Michigan,Ann Arbor,42,83
Michigan,Battle Creek,42,85
Michigan,Bay City,43,84
Michigan,Detroit,42,83
Michigan,Flint,43,83
Michigan,Grand Rapids,43,85
Michigan,Jackson,42,84
Michigan,Kalamazoo,42,85
Michigan,Lansing,42,84
Michigan,Saginaw,43,84
Minnesota,Duluth,47,92
Minnesota,Minneapolis,45,93
Minnesota,Rochester,44,92
Minnesota,St. Cloud,45,94
Minnesota,St. Paul,45,93
Mississippi,Biloxi,30,89
Mississippi,Gulfport,30,89
Mississippi,Jackson,32,90
Mississippi,Natchez,31,91
Missouri,Columbia,38,92
Missouri,Joplin,37,94
Missouri,Kansas City,39,94
Missouri,Springfield,37,93
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Missouri,St. Joseph,40,95
Missouri,St. Louis,38,90
Montana,Billings,46,108
Montana,Butte,46,112
Montana,Great Falls,47,111
Montana,Helena,46,112
Nebraska,Lincoln,41,96
Nebraska,Omaha,41,96
Nevada,Carson City,39,120
Nevada,Las Vegas,36,115
Nevada,Reno,39,120
New Hampshire,Concord,43,71
New Hampshire,Manchester,43,71
New Hampshire,Portsmouth,43,71
New Jersey,Atlantic City,39,74
New Jersey,Elizabeth,40,74
New Jersey,Jersey City,40,74
New Jersey,Newark,40,74
New Jersey,Peterson,41,74
New Jersey,Trenton,40,75
New Mexico,Albuquerque,35,106
New Mexico,Gallup,35,108
New Mexico,Santa Fe,35,106
New York,Albany,42,74
New York,Binghamton,42,76
New York,Buffalo,43,79
New York,Central Islip,41,73
New York,New York,41,74
New York,Rochester,43,77
New York,Schenectady,43,74
New York,Syracuse,43,76
New York,Troy,42,73
New York,Utica,43,75
New York,White Plains,41,74
North Carolina,Asheville,35,82
North Carolina,Charlotte,35,81
North Carolina,Durham,36,79
North Carolina,Greensboro,35,80
North Carolina,Raleigh,36,78
North Carolina,Wilmington,34,78
North Carolina,WinstonSalem,36,80
North Dakota,Bismarck,47,101
North Dakota,Fargo,37,97
North Dakota,Minot,48,101
Ohio,Akron,41,81
Ohio,Canton,41,81
Ohio,Cincinnati,39,84
Ohio,Cleveland,41,81
Ohio,Columbus,40,83
Ohio,Dayton,40,84
Ohio,Hamilton,39,84
Ohio,Lima,40,84
Ohio,Springfield,40,84
Ohio,Staubenville,40,80
Ohio,Toledo,41,83
Ohio,Youngstown,41,80
Ohio,Zanesville,40,82
Oklahoma,Enid,36,98
Oklahoma,Oklahoma City,35,97
Oklahoma,Tulsa,38,96
Oregon,Salem,45,123
Oregon,Eugene,44,123
Oregon,Portland,45,122
Pennsylvania,Allentown,40,75
Pennsylvania,Erie,42,80
Pennsylvania,Harrisburg,40,77
Pennsylvania,Johnstown,40,79
Pennsylvania,Lancester,40,76
Pennsylvania,Philadelphia,40,75
Pennsylvania,Pittsburgh,40,80
Pennsylvania,Reading,40,76
Pennsylvania,Wilkes-Barre,41,76
Rhode Island,Providence,42,71
South Carolina,Charleston,33,80
South Carolina,Columbia,34,81
South Carolina,Greenville,35,82
South Carolina,Spartanburg,35,82
South Dakota,Pierre,44,100
South Dakota,Rapid City,44,103
South Dakota,Sioux Falls,43,96
Tennessee,Chattanooga,35,85
Tennessee,Knoxville,36,84
Tennessee,Memphis,35,90
Tennessee,Nashville,36,87
Texas,Abilene,32,99
Texas,Amerillo,35,102
Texas,Austin,30,97
Texas,Beaumont,30,94
Texas,Corpus Christi,28,97
Texas,Dallas,33,97
Texas,El Paso,32,106
Texas,Fort Arthur,30,94
Texas,Fort Worth,32,97
Texas,Galveston,29,95
Texas,Houston,30,95
Texas,Laredo,27,99
Texas,Lubbock,33,102
Texas,Marshall,32,94
Texas,San Antonio,29,95
Texas,Texakana,33,94
Texas,Waco,31,97
Utah,Opden,41,112
Utah,Provo,40,111
Utah,Salt Lake City,41,112
Vermont,Brattleboro,43,72
Vermont,Burlington,44,73
Vermont,Montpellier,44,72
Virginia,Norfolk,37,76
Virginia,Portsmouth,37,76
Virginia,Richmond,37,77
Virginia,Roanoke,37,80
Washington,Bellingham,49,122
Washington,Seattle,47,122
Washington,Spokane,47,117
Washington,Tacoma,47,122
Washington,Walla Walla,46,118
Washington,Yakima,46,120
West Virginia,Charleston,38,81
West Virginia,Wheeling,40,80
Wisconsin,Eau Claire,45,91
Wisconsin,Green Bay,44,88
Wisconsin,Kenosha,42,88
Wisconsin,Madison,43,89
Wisconsin,Milwaukee,43,88
Wisconsin,Racine,42,88
Wisconsin,Sheboygan,44,87
Wisconsin,Superior,46,92
Wyoming,Cheyenne,41,105
Wyoming,Sheridan,45,107
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Alabama,Birmingham,33,87
Alabama,Gadsden,34,86
Alabama,Huntsville,34,86
Alabama,Mobile,30,88
Alabama,Montgomery,32,86
Alaska, Anchorage, 61,150
Alaska, Fairbanks, 65,148
Alaska, Juneau, 58,135
Arizona,Flagstaff,35,111
Arizona,Phoenix,33,112
Arizona,Tucson,32,111
Arizona,Yums,32,114
Arkansas,Fort Smith,35,94
Arkansas,Little Rock,34,92
California,Bakersfield,35,119
California,Berkeley,38,122
California,Eureka,41,124
California,Fresno,36,120
California,Los Angeles,34,118
California,Oakland,37,122
California,Pasadena,34,118
California,Sacramento,38,121
California,San Bernandio,34,117
California,San Diego,32,117
California,San Francisco,38,122
California,San Jose,37,122
California,Santa Barbara,34,119
California,Santa Cruz,37,122
California,Stockton,38,121
Colorado,Colorado Springs,39,105
Colorado,Denver,39,105
Colorado,Grand Junction,39,108
Colorado,Pueblo,38,104
Connecticut,Bridgeport,41,73
Connecticut,Hartford,42,72
Connecticut,Meriden,41,73
Connecticut,New Britain,41,73
Connecticut,New Haven,41,73
Connecticut,Stanford,41,73
Delaware,Wilmington,39,75
District of Columbia,
Washington,39,77
Florida,Daytona Beach,29,81
Florida,Gainesville,29,82
Florida,Jacksonville,30,81
Florida,Key West,24,82
Florida,Miami,26,80
Florida,Orlando,28,81
Florida,Penescola,30,87
Florida,Sarasota,27,82
Florida,St. Petersburgh,28,82
Florida,Tallahassee,30,84
Florida,Tampa,28,82
Florida,West Palm Beach,26,80
Georgia,Atlanta,34,84
Georgia,Augusta,33,82
Georgia,Columbus,32,85
Georgia,Macon,33,83
Georgia,Savannah,32,81
Idaho,Boise,43,116
Idaho,Pocatello,43,112
Illinois,Bloomington,40,89
Illinois,Champaign,40,88
Illinois,Chicago,42,87
Illinois,Decatur,40,89
Illinois,Peoria,40,89
Appendix P: Photo Control Applications
P.1 Overview
ILC Corporation manufactures a photo control
system specially designed to work with the ILC
Apprentice controller.
P.2 Hardwired Model
The hardwired photo-controller system features two main components: the controller
board and the photo sensor. Both indoor and
outdoor sensors are available. The photo control features an indoor range of 1-100 foot
candles (fc) and an outdoor range of 1-1000
foot candles. The photo controller supports
individually selectable ON/OFF set points.
There is also a time delay feature to prevent
nuisance switching. The photo control board
is powered by either a 8-12 VAC or 8-12 VDC
power supply. See Figures P.1 and P.2 for
detailed set-up and installation instructions.
P.3 Programming
1. Program the the ILC Apprentice controller
switch input that the photo-controller is
wired to as a MAINTAINED ON/OFF switch
TYPE.
2. Program the Input/Relay control of the
relay or relay group that the switch controls.
Consult Section 3 of this manual for detailed
programming information.
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Appendix P: Photo Control Applications
Photocell Controller Board Installation Guide
Wiring Overview
Sensor Input
#18 AWG
Application Select Jumpers
Power input
terminal
OUT
DOOR
Red
Blue
Black
DOOR
23
23
901
901
OFF ON
-
Selected Switch Input
terminal of LightMaster
controller (program input as
Maintained ON/OFF)
ON
COM
456
78
456
78
Photocell Sensor
(locate sensor
within 5000 feet of
Photocell Control
Module)
ON/OFF Lighting
Level Rotary
Switches
8-12 VAC/ 12 VDC
COM
IN
ILC Lighting Controller
interface
#18 AWG (max.
distance 5000 ft.)
STATUS
+
SPDT Dry Contact
for general use –
Caution:1500ma @
12VDC Max. current.
Class 2 low voltage only
PHOTOCELL REF
97013412
REV
Power Supply Termination
OUT
+ (POS)
DOOR
OUT
White
IN
23
23
23
901
901
901
-
456
78
OFF ON
Violet
456
78
23
Black
456
901
- (NEG)
DOOR
78
78
456
Orange
DOOR
IN
DOOR
OFF ON
STATUS
+
PHOTOCELL REF
97013412
REV
ILC 12 VDC Wall
Transformer (Installation
is polarity sensitive)
-
STATUS
+
PHOTOCELL REF
97013412
REV
ILC PLPS 120 or 277 VAC
Transformer (Installation
is NOT
polarity sensitive)
Installation
mount it on a roof or equal facing north with its
hood on top and facing away from any night time
1. Mount the control module either in, or remote
light sources. Indoor sensors should be installed 6-8
from, the lighting control device. When interfacfeet from windows, with the sensing eye pointed
ing with a ILC Apprentice controller, it is usually
down and away from any direct lighting.
easiest to mount the photocell control module
3. Depending on the application, wire the photoin the low voltage section of the controller. If
cell control module output to the input of the
choosing to mount the control module remotelighting control device. Use 18 gauge conducly, do not exceed a distance of 5000 feet from
tors. Use a dedicated output when interfacing
the control module to the ILC Apprentice conwith an ILC controller. (Program the selected
troller. Use 18 gauge conductors. If the photolighting controller switch input as Maintained
cell controller is used to interface with non-ILC
ON/OFF.) Use the SPDT dry contact output when
manufactured equipment, consult the manuinterfacing with other devices. Caution: Do not
facturer’s literature for guidance.
exceed 1500ma @ 30 VDC.
2. Install the sensor and terminate it to the sensor
4. Wire the 12 VAC or VDC power source to the
photocell control module power input terminals.
Appendix
inputs on the photocell control module. Use 18
gauge wire and keep the distance under 5000
feet. If the sensor is for an outdoor application,
Figure P.1– Hardwired Photocell Installation
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Appendix P: Photo Control Applications
Photocell Controller Board Setup Guide
ON and OFF Set Point Selectors
DOOR
Sensor Input
IN
SEN
DOOR
SEN23
901
Typical Indoor Setting:
ON Setting
OFF Setting
Indoor Range Outdoor Range
0-100 fc
0-1000 fc
0=0
0=0
1=1
1=.5
2=5
2=1
3=3
3=3
4=2
4=10
5=4
5=25
6=10
6=75
7=25
7=100
8=60
8=175
9=100
9=1000
456
78
78
456
23
23
901
OFF ON
OUT
DOOR
SEN+
901
901
23
456
78
78
456
Application Select Jumpers
OFF ON
-
STATUS
+
PHOTOCELL REF
97013412
REV
Typical Outdoor Setting:
ON Setting
OFF Setting
Description
Setup (See above example)
The ILC Photocell is an electronic device which
supports the ON/OFF control of lighting circuits.
The lighting circuits are controlled indirectly by
means of the photocell controller module maintained contact closure signals sensed by the
switch inputs of ILC Apprentice lighting controllers
or by dry contact outputs to other devices which
control line voltage loads via low voltage (Class 2)
signals. The photocell control module can be
mounted either on the manufacturer provided
plastic channel for installation in the control section of the ILC Apprentice lighting controller, or in
an enclosure suitable for remote mounting. The
photocell control module requires either a 8-12
VAC or 12 VDC power source to operate. It is
recommended that the power source feature
a disconnecting means to facilitate service.
1. Jumper the photocell control module for
either outdoor or indoor depending on your
application.
The photocell control module outputs respond
when the photocell sensor detects the user selected ON and OFF foot candle level. Both outdoor
and indoor sensors are available depending on
the required application.
2. Set the desired ON and OFF foot candle
levels by turning the rotary switches to the
desired settings.
Typical settings:
outdoor – ON at 25fc, OFF at 75fc;
indoor – ON at 4fc, OFF at 10fc.
3. Energize the 12 VAC or 12 VDC power.
4. Simulate dark and light conditions at the sensor
and make any required adjustments on the
rotary switches. Note: On power up there is a
15-25 minute setup period during which the
controller will react instantly. After the setup
time has expired, there is an 8-12 second time
delay to prevent nuisance switching during
normal operation.
Figure P.2– Hardwired Photocell Setup
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Appendix R: Reference Materials
• Product Cut Sheets
• Switch Wiring Examples
• Control Schedule Blanks
ILC Apprentice User Manual
Version 1A 12/01/04
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• Stand alone lighting control solution
• Next business day shipping
• Panel sizes to accomodate 8, 16, 32 and 48 relay outputs
• 365-day programmable Lighting Control Panel
• 8-48 Inputs and Outputs
• RS-232 interface standard
• 48 programmable relay groups, presets, timers
• True relay status with Pilot Light
• ON/OFF push button for each relay
• Daylight Savings Time adjustment and Astro Clock standard
• Optional Add-on Modules
• UL Listed (508 and 916) FCC approval for commercial use
• Title 24 certified, ASHRAE 90.1 compliant
Overview
Features
The ILC Apprentice programmable lighting control panel is ready and waiting for your
stand alone lighting control applications. For those times when you have an immediate
need for stand alone lighting control, the ILC Apprentice is readily available to ship next
business day. Add-on cards are easy to install and add capabilities like DMX control, N2 or
MODBUS interface, and DTMF telephone switching, The ILC Apprentice lighting control
panel ships complete with a comprehensive user guide that includes the documentation
detail needed for a successful installation.
Programming Options
• Integral keypad with 4-line LCD display
• Optional LightMaster Pro Windows software
Comprehensive User Guide
• The ILC Apprentice includes a USER Guide,
which includes all standard documentation
required for basic stand alone applications
Relay Groups
• Relays may be assigned to any of 48 available
groups or presets
• Relay groups may be assigned to multiple
Timers, Switch Inputs, and other panel functions
simplifying programming
Open/Close Times
• Lighting Control Schedules may adjust based
on business (retail) Open/Close hours for easy
adjustment when operating hours fluctuate
• Seven standard Open/Close times and 365
custom daily Open/Close times available
• Scheduled event may be programmed to
occur before, after or at Open/Close times
Relay Functions
• Each relay may be programmed for ON only,
OFF only or ON/OFF control
• Pulsed output for control of external devices
such as lighting contactors or other systems
• HID multilevel control (specialized output
control for multilevel HID ballasts including
warm-up sequence)
INTELLIGENT LIGHTING
CONTROLS, INC.
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
1-800-922-8004
www.ilc-usa.com
Switch Types
• The ILC Apprentice may be programmed to
accept virtually any type of switch input,
momentary or maintained
• Easy direct connection to motion and photo
sensing devices via dry contact input
• Override inputs can enable or disable any relay
or group of relays
• Input disable based on time of day
Switch Input to Relay Output Mapping
• All switch to relay settings are completely
soft, requiring no field rewiring when changes
are required
• Any switch can control any combination of
1 to 48 relays
Automatic Power-Up Settings
• Relays may be programmed to automatically
return to ON, OFF or remaining in the state they
were in prior to the outage
After Hours Sweeps
• Individual relay or groups of relays may be programmed to be swept OFF during
non-operational hours
Daylight Saving Time Adjustment
• Automatic adjustment for daylight saving
changes (may be enabled or disabled from
keypad or software)
Astronomical Clock
• Automatic calculation of Sunrise and Sunset
based on date and geographic position
• Scheduled events may be programmed to
occur before, after or on an astro event
Blink Alert
• Prior to a scheduled OFF event, lighting loads
programmed for a Blink Alert will be momentarily
turned OFF then back ON to alert occupants. To
avoid the pending OFF sweep, the user simply
turns their local switch ON again during the
adjustable period (default is 5 min.) prior to
the OFF sweep.
Add-On Modules
• Easy to install add-on modules for applications
requiring DMX 512 control, Modicon® MODBUS
or Metasys® N2 interface, or DTMF telephone
switching
Lighting Control Panels
Programmable Lighting Control
Programmable Lighting Control
Specifications
Physical:
• LightMaster lighting controllers are
provided with pre-drilled mounting holes
for easy mounting to unistrut framing or
directly to wall
• All panels provided with a standard
hinged locking door with dead front
protection on the line voltage relay side.
Optional flush mount hinged locking door
is available
• UL, NEMA-1 enclosure
Electrical:
• 120 or 277 VAC power supply ready
• 2R9C relays are 20 amp rated for 120, 277
VAC
(See Relay section of the ILC Catalog for
more 2R9C relay specifications)
Operating Environment:
• Location
Interior space
• Operating
0° to 50° C (32° to 112° F)
Temperature
• Relative
10% to 90% Non-condensing
Humidity
Ordering
Certifications:
• UL, CUL
• FCC approval for commercial and
residential use
• California Title 24
Capacities:
• 1 to 48 2R9C relays (see table below)
Options:
• Flush mount hinged locking door
• Add-on Modules: easy to install modules
for applications requiring Modicon® MODBUS or Metasys® N2 interface, DMX 512
control, or DTMF telephone switching
Configuration:
• Soft configuration with greater than
50 year EEPROM memory retention in
absence of power
• Minimum 30 day clock retention
Order a ILC Apprentice controller by choosing your options and filling in the number
1
2
3
4
ILC-AP - __ __ - __ __ - __ __ - __ __
Sample: Order No. ILC-AP-16-16-HD-TL = ILC Apprentice controller in a size 16 enclosure with 16 relays, with hinged locking door and DTMF Telehone inteface module.
1
Consult the chart to determine the
enclosure size your panel requires.
All enclosures are NEMA-1 type with
hinged locking cover standard.
4
MB= MODBUS module provides integration to a MODBUS communication and control system
Enclosure Size Options
INTELLIGENT LIGHTING
CONTROLS, INC.
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
1-800-922-8004
www.ilc-usa.com
Use this space to order an optional
add-on card to your Apprentice.
Enclosure Type
Relays
Width
Height
Depth
Apprentice 08
Apprentice 16
Apprentice 24
Apprentice 32
Apprentice 40
Apprentice 48
1 to 8
1 to 16
1 to 24
1 to 32
1 to 40
1 to 48
18 in.
18 in.
24 in.
24 in.
24 in.
24 in.
15 in.
24 in.
36 in.
36 in.
48 in.
48 in.
4 in.
4 in.
4 in.
4 in.
6 in.
6 in.
2
Fill in the number of relays your installation
requires, from 01 to 48.
3
Fill in HD for an standard cover with hinged
locking door, FL for optional flush mount
cover.
MX= DMX 512 module provides
direct control of ON/OFF lighting or other loads from any
DMX control device
N2 = N2 Metasys module provides
integration into a Building
Automation System (BAS) that
uses the N2 communications
protocol.
TL = DTMF telephone interface module provides Voice Prompted
DTMF touch-tone telephone
control and monitoring
A full line of compatible products including control software, photosensors, a wide
variety of momentary or maintained switches, custom engraved plates and more
are available. Consult factory or your local ILC Representative for more information.
Telephone
Add-On Module
• Control any relay, group of relays or preset scene from any
touch-tone telephone
• As easy to use as your voice mail
• Voice prompted commands and instructions
• Simple plug-and-play installation
Overview
Features
The LightMaster DTMF telephone add-on module can easily be added to any LightMaster
programmable lighting control panel to provide Voice Prompted DTMF touch-tone
telephone control and monitoring. DTMF control allows any touch-tone telephone to
become a lighting control station. Through the use of DTMF control signals the system
user can command relays or groups of relays ON or OFF or activate preset scenes, all from
the convenience of any touch-tone telephone including cellular phones. With voice
prompting, it’s as easy to use as a voice mail system. There is never a need to remember
complex commands of cryptic codes in order to operate the system.
Programming Options:
• Once plugged into the LightMaster
processor board, user has access to
control and status via voice prompted
commands. No programming required
DTMF Functions:
Remote Control and Monitoring
• Turn ON or OFF any relay or group of
relays
• Activate preset scenes
True Status Reporting (Via Voice)
• Get voice system operation status report
from any touch-tone telephone
• Get voice status of any switch input or
relay output from any touch-tone
telephone
INTELLIGENT LIGHTING
CONTROLS, INC.
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
1-800-922-8004
www.ilc-usa.com
Online Operational Instructions and
Prompting
• DTMF commands and control functions
are supported by true voice prompting
that can guide the user through
operational commands and give
instructions as to the use of the system
Lighting Control Panels
Voice Prompted
DTMF Telephone Control
Telephone
Add-On Module
Voice Prompted
DTMF Telephone Control
Connector to
controller board
RJ 11 connection*
2.187”
4.187”
Specifications
Physical:
• Plug-in module designed for mounting to
LightMaster main board
Operating Environment:
• Location
Interior space
• Operating
0° to 50° C (32° to 112° F)
Temperature
• Relative
10% to 90% Non-condensing
Humidity
Certifications:
• UL
• FCC Approval for commercial and
residential use
*NOTE: requires standard analog telephone line for operation
How to Order
Ordering a LightMaster Telephone Interface Add-on Module
Order No. LMTI (sample)
LMTI
INTELLIGENT LIGHTING
CONTROLS, INC.
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
1-800-922-8004
www.ilc-usa.com
DMX
Interface Module
• Use USITT standard DMX 512 control signals
• Connect directly to any DMX controller
• Adjustable ON and OFF set points
• Support full 512 channels of DMX
• Cost effective alternative to non-dims
• Adjustable DMX frame filter
• Adjustable Lock ON/Lock OFF feature
Overview
Features
The LightMaster DMX interface add-on module can easily be added to any LightMaster
programmable lighting control panel to provide for direct control of ON/OFF lighting or
other loads from any DMX control device. Any of the available 512 DMX control channels
may be mapped to control individual relays.
Programming
• Once plugged into the lighting control
panel, DMX control functions can be
programmed and reviewed directly from
the lighting panel’s keypad
• DMX control functions can also be performed from a PC through the use of
LightMaster Pro for Windows software
DMX 512 Control
• Adjustable ON and OFF set points
• Each relay may be locked ON/OFF based
on DMX levels
• Map any relay to any DMX control
channel
• Adjustable DMX frame filter
INTELLIGENT LIGHTING
CONTROLS, INC.
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
1-800-922-8004
www.ilc-usa.com
Lighting Control Panels
USITT DMX 512
DMX
Interface Module
USITT DMX 512
Connector to
controller board
2.187”
RS 485 port
4.187”
Specifications
Physical:
• Plug-in module designed for mounting to
LightMaster main board
Certifications:
• UL
• FCC Approval for commercial and
residential use
Operating Environment:
• Location
Interior space
Configuration:
• Operating
0° to 50° C (32° to 112° F)
• Soft configuration
Temperature
• Relative
10% to 90% Non-condensing
Humidity
How to Order
Ordering a LightMaster DMX Add-on Module
Order No. DMX (sample)
DMX
INTELLIGENT LIGHTING
CONTROLS, INC.
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
1-800-922-8004
www.ilc-usa.com
Metasys N2
Serial Interface
• Use Metasys N2 control protocol
• Connects directly to the N2 Metasys RS 485 bus
• Allows status reporting and direct control of relays
• Metasys® Connectivity Partner
Overview
Features
The LightMaster Controller(s) can be integrated into a Building Automation System (BAS)
that uses the N2 communications protocol. The host system can then poll the status of
the LightMaster Controller inputs and outputs and issue ON/OFF commands to the
LightMaster’s relay outputs.
Programming
• The LightMaster must be equipped with
a N2 add-on module that can be
addressed between 1 and 255. The
network cable is a RS 485 two-wire
shielded twisted pair.
• Once plugged into the lighting control
panel, BAS software can be programmed
to control relays in the LightMaster panel.
• All local control features for the relay
panel will continue to be operable.
N2 Control
• Only BI and BO point types are used.
INTELLIGENT LIGHTING
CONTROLS, INC.
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
1-800-922-8004
www.ilc-usa.com
Lighting Control Panels
N2 Protocol
Metasys N2
Serial Interface
N2 Protocol
Connector to
controller board
RS 232 port
2.187”
RS 485 port
4.187”
Specifications
Physical:
• Plug-in module designed for mounting
to LightMaster main board
Certifications:
• UL
• Metasys® Connectivity Partner
• FCC Approval for commercial and
residential use
Operating Environment:
• Location
Interior space
• Operating
0° to 50° C (32° to 112° F)
Configuration:
Temperature
• Soft configuration
• Relative
10% to 90% Non-condensing
Humidity
How to Order
Ordering a LightMaster Metasys N2 Serial Interface
Order No. LMSI-N2 (sample)
LMSI-N2
INTELLIGENT LIGHTING
CONTROLS, INC.
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
1-800-922-8004
www.ilc-usa.com
MODBUS
Serial Interface
• Uses standard ASCII or RTU control protocol
• Connect directly to the MODBUS RS 485 bus
• Allows status reporting and direct control of relays
• Adjustable protocol settings
Overview
The LightMaster MODBUS interface add-on module can easily be added to any
LightMaster programmable lighting control panel to provide for integration to your MODBUS communication and control system, allowing the LightMaster to become a slave
node on the MODBUS network.
Features
Programming
• The MODBUS card can be addressed
between 1 and 255. The network cable is
a RS485 two-wire shielded twisted pair
Supported Commands
• 01 Read coil status
• 02 Read input status
• 05 Force singe coil
• 15 Force multiple coils
Adjustable Protocol Settings
• Standard ASCII or RTU
• Baud rate from 4800 to 38400
• Parity adjustment: ODD, EVEN, or NONE
For more information refer to Modicon
Modbus Protocol Reference Guide
(PI-MBUS-300)
INTELLIGENT LIGHTING
CONTROLS, INC.
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
1-800-922-8004
www.ilc-usa.com
Lighting Control Panels
MODBUS Protocol
MODBUS
Serial Interface
MODBUS Protocol
Connector to
controller board
RS232 port
2.187”
DMX port
4.187”
Specifications
Physical:
• Plug-in module designed for mounting to
LightMaster main board
Certifications:
• UL
• FCC Approval for commercial and
residential use
Operating Environment:
• Location
Interior space
Configuration:
• Operating
0° to 50° C (32° to 112° F)
• Soft configuration
Temperature
• Relative
10% to 90% Non-condensing
Humidity
How to Order
Ordering a LightMaster MODBUS Add-on Module
Order No. LMSI-MOD (sample)
LMSI-MOD
INTELLIGENT LIGHTING
CONTROLS, INC.
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
1-800-922-8004
www.ilc-usa.com
2R9 Relays (with pilot contacts)
Magnetically Latched Relays
• Magnetically latching contacts
• 1 amp 30 volts AC/DC isolated contacts for status feedback
or pilot lights
• Single moving part design
• Operates in any position
• Unmatched endurance
— 200,000 (ON/OFF) cycles, at FULL LOAD
— 1,000,000 (ON/OFF) cycles, at no load
Overview
Features
2R9C
The 2R9 Series of relays are designed and manufactured to be the longest-lasting, most
reliable relays available. By incorporating a unique single moving part (the contacts)
design, both endurance and reliability are significantly enhanced. Compare our 200,000
ON/OFF cycle FULL LOAD and 1,000,000 no load ratings with any other relay in the industry. We’re confident you will agree that for reliability and endurance, ILC’s 2R9 Relay
Series simply can’t be beat. ILC 2R9 relays are magnetically latched, requiring only a
momentary rectified AC or DC pulse to open or close the contacts.
General Information
• UL Listed
• Mounts in standard 1⁄2” K.O. .825” - .875”
diameter, 14 or 16 gauge material
• Operates in any position
Line Voltage Characteristics
• Contacts: SPST Maintained (permanent
magnet latching)
• Terminals:2 terminals, 2 back wiring holes
per terminal for feed through wiring
• Screw-actuated clamps for use with
#14-10AWG solid or stranded copper wire
only
INTELLIGENT LIGHTING
CONTROLS, INC.
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
1-800-922-8004
www.ilc-usa.com
Low Voltage Characteristics
• Split coil: 1⁄2 for “ON”, 1⁄2 for “OFF”
• Compatible with standard interface
drivers
• Operating voltage:
— 18 – 30 VAC rectified
— 12 – 24 VDC filtered
• Duty rating: Momentary
• Minimum activating pulse time:
17 milliseconds
• Coil Impedance: 68 – 73 ohms at 60Hz, 50
– 60 ohms DC resistance
• Switching power required for each 2R
relay is:
— 2.2 VA per relay at 24 VAC rectified
— 175 mA per relay at 12 VDC
— 350 mA per relay at 24 VDC
• Status contacts: 1 amp AC/DC
Application Considerations
• Relays Connected in Parallel – Two or
more relays connected in parallel, by
grouping red leads and black leads, will
operate together. The maximum number
of relays connected in parallel is determined by the capacity of the power supply and the switch contact rating.
Relays and Contactors
• 20 amp 120, 277 or 347 VAC operation
• UL listed, FCC approval for commercial and residential use
2R9 Relays (with pilot contacts)
Magnetically Latched Relays
.52”
2.0625”
TOP
TOP
SIDE
SIDE
1.50”
FRONT
FRONT
1.75”
2R9C
Specifications
Physical:
• Mounts in standard 1⁄2” K.O. .825” – .875”
• Operates in any position
Electrical:
• 120, 277 or 347 VAC
• Motor Loads
— 1 Hp @120VAC
— 11⁄2 Hp @277VAC
• 20 amp Ballast 120, 277 or 347 VAC
• Resistive loads: 20 amps 120, 277
or 347 VAC
Connectors:
• Leads available in plain wire
(no connector), C connector (5-pin
female connector), EZ connector
(quick disconnect terminals for standard
.187” x .020” male tabs)
Operating Environment:
• Location
Interior Space
• Operating
0° to 50° C (32° to 112° F)
Temperature
• Relative
10% to 95%
Humidity
Non-condensing
• Atmosphere Non-explosive,
Non-corrosive
• Vibration
Stationary application
NEMA Level A
Certifications:
• UL
• FCC Approval for commercial and
residential use
How to Order
Ordering a 2R9 Relay
INTELLIGENT LIGHTING
CONTROLS, INC.
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
1-800-922-8004
www.ilc-usa.com
Order No. 2R9C (sample)
2R9 ____
P= Plain wire
C= 5-pin female connector
EZ= Quick disconnect terminals
Hardwire Photo Sensor
Hard Wired Photo Sensor Controller
Indoor or Outdoor Sensor
• Indoor or Outdoor sensors
• Indoor range 1 to 100 fc
• Outdoor range 1 to 1000 fc
• Individually adjustable On and OFF set points
• Dry contact output
• Hard wired directly to lighting control panel inputs
Overview
INTELLIGENT LIGHTING
CONTROLS, INC.
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
1-800-922-8004
www.ilc-usa.com
Sensors
• Completely digital sensor for accurate
measurement of foot candle limits
• Indoor or Outdoor
• Sensor may be located up to 5000 feet
from controller
Output and Interfacing
• Connect directly to lighting control panel
inputs
• Isolated dry contact latched output for
control of other systems or remote status
pilot
Adjustments
• Selectable Indoor/Outdoor ranges
– Indoor 1 to 100 fc
– Outdoor 1 to 1000 fc
• Individually adjustable ON/OFF set points
Controller Mounting
• Controller can be mounted either in the
lighting control panel or at a remote
location up to 5000 feet away
Photo Sensors
Features
The ILC Photo Sensor is designed to provide a simple to use, easily adjustable photo sensing device that can detect the need for artificial lighting and instruct the lighting control
panel to either turn ON or OFF lighting circuits when required. With individually adjustable
ON and OFF levels, time delay to account for lightning and other momentary flashes of
light and selectable indoor and outdoor foot candle ranges, the ILC Photo Sensor is the
perfect add-on to any lighting control system.
Hardwire Photo Sensor
Hard Wired Photo Sensor Controller
Indoor or Outdoor Sensor
Physical
Dimensions
Outdoor
OUT
DOOR
Standard 1/2”
conduit thread.
Will fit 1/2”
knockout
1.3”
IN
DOOR
23
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901
OFF ON
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2.75”
78
456
Adhesive backing
STATUS
+
Indoor
PHOTOCELL REF
.375”
1.375”
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.625”
2.75”
Specifications
1.0”
Physical:
• Controller may be mounted remotely or
at a lighting panel
Outdoor Sensor:
• Designed to be mounted to building
exterior using 1/2” LB or junction box
fitting
• UV stabilized
Indoor Sensor:
• Designed to be mounted to ceiling tile
or other ceiling structure
• UV stabilized
Electrical:
• Power Supply
– 9 VAC
– 12 VDC
• Lighting control panel output
– Open collector
– 50 milliamps
• Dry contact output
– Latched output Form C SPDT
– 2 amps 30 VDC
Mounting Options:
• Remote plastic mounting box with
120VAC wall transformer
• Mounted in relay panel with 120/277VAC
panel transformer
Controller Operating Environment:
• Operating
0° to 50° C (32° to 112° F)
Temperature
How to Order
Ordering a Photo Sensor Controller
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
1-800-922-8004
www.ilc-usa.com
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CONTROLS, INC.
NFP Series Switch Plates
Standard Low Voltage Switches & Plates
• Up to 8 Switches and LED pilot light on a
single 2-gang plate
• Plate available in durable anodized brushed
aluminum, stainless steel or painted white
• 1 to 8 Momentary center OFF rocker
switches with or without LED pilot
• Available in 12 standard configurations
• Phenolic or engraved lettering (optional)
• Mounts to standard electrical gang boxes
• Switch available in black, white, or gray
• Custom options such as special colors or material available upon request
Overview
Features
NFP series switch plates are an attractive space-saving alternative to standard
electrical wall switches. In addition to taking up less space than conventional wall switches (up to 8 switches on a 2-gang plate), NFP plates and switches can be ordered with
either phenolic or engraved labeling to clearly identify the purpose of each switch. With
optional LED pilot lights and a choice of colors and materials, NFP plates and switches
provide an economical solution to many low voltage switching requirements.
Plates
• Anodized Brushed Aluminum
— Standard: Natural anodized finish
— Optional: Anodized colors available
upon request
• Stainless Steel
• Painted
— Standard white
— Optional: Additional paint colors
available upon request
Switches
• NFP switch plates are supplied with
heavy-duty Single pole double throw
(SPDT), Momentary center OFF rocker
switches
• Each switch is designed to provide a tactile feel and click to confirm to the user
that the switch has been depressed
• Switch size:
9/16 x 13/16
• Colors:
Black, White, or Gray
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LED Pilot Lights
• LED pilot lights give a visual confirmation
of current control status. LED ON indicates
controlled circuit is ON; LED OFF indicates
controlled circuit is OFF.
• Each switch may be provided with a solid
state LED pilot light
• Colors: Green or Red
Switch Plates/
Control Stations
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Switch Identification
• Phenolic labels: Lettering is engraved into
phenolic material attached to plate surface.
• Engraved: Lettering is engraved directly
into plate surface.
NFP Series Switch Plates
Standard Low Voltage Switches & Plates
NFP SERIES STANDARD CONFIGURATIONS
Durable anodized brushed
aluminum, stainless steel or
painted white
Plates without LEDs
Choice of finish
Plates with LEDs
Plates without LEDs
Plates with LEDs
NFP-01-01-NA-AL
NFP-01-01-LED-AL
NFP-02-04-NA-AL
NFP-02-04-LED-AL
NFP-01-02-NA-AL
NFP-01-02-LED-AL
NFP-02-06-NA-AL
NFP-02-06-LED-AL
NFP-01-03-NA-AL
NFP-01-03-LED-AL
NFP-02-08-NA-AL
NFP-02-08-LED-AL
Optional LED pilot lights
Optional switch identification
available (phenolic or
engraved labeling)
Other Configurations Available on Request
Specifications
Physical:
• Plate material:
— Aluminum
— Stainless Steel
— Painted White
• Mounts to standard electrical 1 or 2 gang
switch box
• Mounting screws provided
• Switch size: 9/16 x 13/16
• Switch colors:
— White
— Black (standard)
• Switch Identification (optional):
— Phenolic Labels
— Engraved
Operating Environment:
• Location
Interior space
• Operating
0° to 50° C (32° to 112° F)
Temperature
• Relative
10% to 95%
Humidity
Non-condensing
• Atmosphere
Non-explosive,
Non-corrosive
• Vibration
Stationary application
NEMA Level A
Electrical:
• Switch plates provided with center OFF
momentary rocker switch for ON/OFF operation.
• Single pole double throw (SPDT),
momentary
• Quiet “click” provides both tactile and
sound feedback when actuated
How to Order
Ordering an NFP Series Switch Plate
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5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
1-800-922-8004
www.ilc-usa.com
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Custom configurations
are available – consult
factory for custom
switch plate options
NFP Momentary Switch Installation
All wire #18 AWG
1
PLT
Pilot LED (Blue/White)
Standard status LED
requires no diode
or resistor
ON (Red)
OFF ON
2
PLT
OFF (BlK)
J1
1
PLT
OFF ON
2
PLT
OFF ON
3
PLT
(+)
(-)
Pilot COM (Blue)
OFF ON
3
PLT
OFF ON
4
PLT
OFF ON
5
PLT
OFF ON
6
PLT
OFF ON
4
PLT
1a
COM
(Yellow)
OFF ON
7
PLT
OFF ON
8
PLT
7
1b 1
Switch Inputs
Switch pilot
Status LED
8
OFF ON
J2
Switch input
Status LEDs
I/O Board
OFF
1b 1
Press
ON
1a
Typical momentary
switch with LED
Top Lug= OFF
Middle Lug= COMMON
Bottom Lug= ON
NFP Rocker Switch Back: Typical
Typical Momentary NFP Switch Wiring
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NFP Maintained Switch Installation
All wire #18 AWG
1
PLT
Pilot LED (Blue/White)
Standard status LED
requires no diode
or resistor
ON (Red)
OFF ON
2
PLT
J1
1
PLT
OFF ON
2
PLT
(+)
OFF ON
3
PLT
(-)
Pilot COM (Blue)
COM
(Yellow)
OFF ON
3
PLT
OFF ON
4
PLT
OFF ON
5
PLT
OFF ON
6
PLT
OFF ON
4
PLT
OFF ON
7
PLT
OFF ON
8
PLT
7
8
OFF ON
J2
1a
Switch Inputs
1
Switch pilot
Status LED
Switch input
Status LEDs
I/O Board
Typical maintained
switch with LED
Press
ON
Top Lug= ON
Middle Lug= COMMON
NFP SPST Rocker Switch Back: Typical
Typical Maintained NFP Switch Wiring
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Energy Saving Lighting Controls
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
www.ilc-usa.com
Momentary Key Switch Installation
All wire #18 AWG
1
PLT
Pilot LED (Blue/White)
Standard status LED
requires no diode
or resistor
ON (Red)
OFF ON
2
PLT
OFF (BlK)
J
1
PLT
OFF ON
2
PLT
(+)
OFF ON
3
PLT
(-)
OFF ON
4
PLT
OFF ON
5
PLT
COM
(Yellow)
Pilot COM (Blue)
OFF ON
3
PLT
OFF ON
6
PLT
OFF ON
4
PLT
Switch Inputs
Switch pilot
Status LED
OFF ON
7
PLT
OFF ON
8
PLT
7
8
OFF ON
J2
Switch input
Status LEDs
Switch input is programmed as a
typical Momentary input (MOM)
for ON/OFF control
I/O Board
Typical momentary
Key switch with LED
OFF
COM (both lugs)
ON
Key Switch Momentary SPDT: Typical
Typical Momentary 3-wire ON/OFF Key Switch Wiring
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Energy Saving Lighting Controls
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
www.ilc-usa.com
ID0402_revA
Maintained 3-position Key Switch Installation
All wire #18 AWG
1
PLT
Pilot LED (Blue/White)
Standard status LED
requires no diode
or resistor
ON (Red)
OFF ON
2
PLT
J1
1
PLT
OFF ON
2
PLT
(+)
(-)
Pilot COM (Blue)
OFF ON
3
PLT
OFF ON
3
PLT
COM
(Yellow)
OFF ON
4
PLT
OFF ON
5
PLT
OFF ON
6
PLT
OFF ON
4
PLT
ON (BlK)
OFF ON
7
PLT
OFF ON
8
PLT
7
8
OFF ON
J2
Switch Inputs
Switch pilot
Status LED
Both switch inputs programmed as
any Maintained (MNT) switch type
(Maintained, Output Override, Input
Disable, Timer Disable)
ON #1
COM (both lugs)
ON #2
Switch input
Status LEDs
I/O Board
Typical maintained
Key switch with LED
Key Switch Maintained SPDT: Typical
Typical Maintained 3-position (3-Wire) Key Switch Operation:
ON/Auto/OFF
Use your key switch with the ILC LightMaster’s
Output Override function to override a relay or
group of relays ON or OFF with a key. When the
key is set to center Auto position, then other
devices such as timers or a photocell may
operate the relays. This application is
similar to typical ON/Auto/OFF operation
provided on many contactors.
Normal School/Summer School
Use your key switch with the ILC LightMaster’s
Timer Disable function to change the ON/OFF
timer schedule operation from a “normal”
school schedule to a “summer” schedule with
the flip of a key switch.
Disable/Auto/ON Override
Use your key switch with the ILC LightMaster’s
Input Disable and Output Override programming options to Disable a photocell input. Set
the key switch to AUTO and allow normal
photocell operation or set the key to ON OVERRIDE to lock lighting ON.
Typical 3-position Maintained Key Switch Wiring
INTELLIGENT LIGHTING CONTROLS, INC.
Energy Saving Lighting Controls
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
www.ilc-usa.com
ID0403_revA
Momentary Key Switch (2-wire) Installation
All wire #18 AWG
1
PLT
Pilot LED (Blue/White)
Standard status LED
requires no diode
or resistor
ON (Red)
OFF ON
2
PLT
(+)
OFF ON
2
PLT
OFF ON
3
PLT
OFF ON
3
PLT
(-)
Pilot COM (Blue)
J1
1
PLT
COM
(Yellow)
OFF ON
4
PLT
OFF ON
5
PLT
OFF ON
6
PLT
OFF ON
4
PLT
OFF ON
7
PLT
OFF ON
8
PLT
7
8
OFF ON
J2
Switch Inputs
Switch pilot
Status LED
Switch input is programmed as a
Momentary Pushbutton (PB)
Switch input
Status LEDs
I/O Board
(not used)
COM
ON
Typical momentary
Key switch with LED
Key Switch Momentary SPDT: Typical
Typical Momentary ON/OFF 2-Wire Key Switch Operation:
Key Switch is wired and programmed as a Momentary
Pushbutton (MOM PB). Typical programming options are:
• Pushbutton ON/OFF control
• Set Preset
• 2-step Group and 4-step Group
Typical Momentary Key Switch 2-Wire Wiring
INTELLIGENT LIGHTING CONTROLS, INC.
Energy Saving Lighting Controls
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
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ID0404_revA
Heavy Duty Toggle Switch Installation
All wire #18 AWG
NOTE: A maintained
SPST will have one
ON (red) and one
COMMON (Yellow)
1
PLT
ON (Red)
OFF ON
2
PLT
OFF (BlK)
COM (Yellow)
J1
1
PLT
OFF ON
2
PLT
OFF ON
3
PLT
OFF ON
3
PLT
OFF ON
4
PLT
OFF ON
5
PLT
OFF ON
6
PLT
OFF ON
4
PLT
OFF ON
7
PLT
OFF ON
8
PLT
8
7
Typical Heavy
Duty Toggle
Switch
Momentary
Switch (shown
with standard
cover plate by
others)
Switch pilot
Status LED
Typical for Momentary SPDT or DPDT center OFF
Heavy Duty Toggle Switch.
Pass & Seymour #12501, 12511
Hubbell #1556, 1557
Leviton #1256, 1257 or equivalent
OFF ON
J2
Switch Inputs
Switch input
Status LEDs
Logic Power LED
I/O Power LED
PRESS
ON COMMAND
CENTER
4.063 3.281 2.38
OFF COMMAND
1.312
Typical Heavy Duty Momentary Switch Wiring
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Energy Saving Lighting Controls
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
www.ilc-usa.com
ID0405_revA
Decora® Momentary Switch Installation
All wire #18 AWG
NOTE: A maintained
SPST will have one
ON (red) and one
COMMON (Yellow)
1
PLT
ON (Red)
OFF ON
2
PLT
OFF (BlK)
COM (Yellow)
J1
1
PLT
OFF ON
2
PLT
OFF ON
3
PLT
OFF ON
3
PLT
OFF ON
4
PLT
OFF ON
5
PLT
OFF ON
6
PLT
OFF ON
4
PLT
OFF ON
7
PLT
OFF ON
8
PLT
8
7
Typical Decora
Momentary
Switch (shown
with standard
cover plate by
others)
OFF ON
J2
Switch Inputs
Switch pilot
Status LED
Typical for Momentary SPDT or
DPDT center OFF Decora Switch.
Switch input
Status LEDs
Logic Power LED
I/O Power LED
PRESS
ON COMMAND
Leviton #5627 or equivalent
CENTER
4.063 3.281 2.625
OFF COMMAND
1.312
Decora Momentary Switch Wiring
INTELLIGENT LIGHTING CONTROLS, INC.
Energy Saving Lighting Controls
5229 Edina Industrial Boulevard
Minneapolis. Minnesota 55439
Phone 952 829 1900
FAX 952 829 1901
www.ilc-usa.com
ID0406_revA
Status LED Installation
All wire #18 AWG
1
PLT
Pilot LED (Blue/White)
Standard status LED
requires no diode
or resistor (T-1 3/4 style)
Pilot COM (Blue)
OFF ON
2
PLT
J1
1
PLT
OFF ON
2
PLT
OFF ON
3
PLT
OFF ON
3
PLT
Anode (+)
Cathode (-)
OFF ON
4
PLT
OFF ON
5
PLT
OFF ON
6
PLT
OFF ON
4
PLT
OFF ON
7
PLT
OFF ON
8
PLT
7
8
OFF ON
J2
Switch Inputs
Switch pilot
Status LED
Switch input
Status LEDs
I/O Board
Typical Status LED Wiring
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LIGHTING CONTROL
Relay Panel Schedule
Panel ________________________________________________________________________________
RELAY
1
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VOLTAGE
CIRCUIT
LOAD/AREA CONTR0LLED
COMMENTS
Timer Definitions
TIMER
1
2
3
4
5
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7
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