Rack Installation and User Manual

Rack Installation and User Manual
Rack
Installation and User Manual
Date of issue:
Date of publication: August 2015
This document replaces the following documents:
„ControlPlex® Rack Montageanleitung _140129_i-„ / Ausgabe vom 29. Jan. 2014
Editor:
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GERMANY
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Brands
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© E-T-A GmbH 2015. All rights reserved
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About this manual
This manual describes the electrical start-up of the ControlPlex® Rack system in connection with compatible
ControlPlex® Rack components. The ControlPlex® Rack allows artless and reliable protection and monitoring
of minus-supplied systems. Typical applications include telecommunications as well as IT centres, e.g. the
protection and electrical monitoring of server or router cabinets.
Besides this document, more information about the E-T-A ControlPlex® Rack can be found in the following
documents.
ControlPlex® Rack
Data sheet
Here you will find more technical data and figures as well as approval
information on the various components of the ControlPlex® Rack system
ControlPlex® Rack
User manual RCI10 Here you will find an instruction for configuration and for integrating the
module Remote Control Interface RCI10 into your network. In addition this
document holds a user description of the web browser and the SSH surface
as well as the SNMP MIB for integration into a management system.
The latest documents can be found on our website under
www.e-t-a.de/controlplex_rack
All documents contain important instructions for connection and safe operation of the ControlPlex® Rack
system. Safety instructions have to be observed. All users have to be informed about all safety instructions.
The documents have to be accessible for the user.
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General note
Qualified personnel
he system must only be installed, connected and configured in connection with this document. Installation
T
and operation of the device/system must only be carried out by qualified personnel. With regard to the safety
instructions of this documentation, qualified persons are persons authorised to operate devices, systems and
circuits according to the standards and rules of safety engineering.
Safety instructions
Please follow the installation and configuration instructions given in this document carefully. Failure to
comply may lead to serious damages of the product or the system. E-T-A does not accept any liability
for problems caused by improper installation or handling by the customer or a third person.
Symbols
You will find the following symbols in the entire manual. Their meaning is as follows:
Danger!
You are in a situation which might cause injury. Before working with one of the devices you have to
be aware of the risks of electrical circuitries and you ought to be familiar with standard procedures of
accident prevention.
Warning
There is a risk in this situation to do something which might cause damage of the devices or data loss.
Note
Here you receive information which might be particularly useful for the application.
Caution:
Electrostatically sensitive devices (ESD). Devices must exclusively be opened by the manufacturer.
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Contents
About this manual............................................................................................................................................3
General note.....................................................................................................................................................4
Contents............................................................................................................................................................5
1Introduction..............................................................................................................................................6
2
Minimal requirements of installation.....................................................................................................7
3General: ControlPlex® Rack Power-D-Box®..........................................................................................8
3.1 Use of the Power-D-Box®................................................................................................................8
3.2 Technical data of the Power-D-Box®...............................................................................................9
3.3 Scope of delivery of the Power-D-Box®........................................................................................10
3.4 Pictures of Power-D-Box® versions (front view)............................................................................10
3.5 Drawings and dimensions of Power-D-Box® versions...................................................................11
3.6 Schematic diagrams of Power-D-Box® versions...........................................................................13
3.7 Pin assignment of Power-D-Box® versions...................................................................................14
3.8 Installation and start-up of the Power-D-Box®..............................................................................16
3.8.1 Recommended installation site for Power-D-Box®..........................................................16
3.8.2 Basic notes on cabling for Power-D-Box®.......................................................................16
3.8.3 Mounting and start-up of Power-D-Box®.........................................................................17
4General: ControlPlex® Rack, electronic circuit protector ESX300-S................................................19
4.1 Application ESX300-S.....................................................................................................................19
4.2 Technical data of the Power-D-Box®............................................................................................19
4.2.1 Current rating, voltage drop and load capacity of ESX300-S...........................................20
4.2.2 LED status indication.........................................................................................................20
4.3 Delivery scope ESX300-S...............................................................................................................20
4.4 Picture of ESX300-S.......................................................................................................................21
4.5 Installation and start-up ESX300-S.................................................................................................21
4.6 Removal of the electronic circuit protector ESX300-S...................................................................23
4.7 Trouble-shooting concerning electronic circuit protector ESX300-S..............................................24
5General: ControlPlex® Rack, control interface RCI10........................................................................25
5.1 Application of RCI10.......................................................................................................................25
5.2 Technical data of RCI10..................................................................................................................25
5.2.1 Momentary switch function and LED status indication.....................................................26
5.2.2 Function IP-reset by pressing the reset button with LED display......................................27
5.3 Delivery scope RCI10......................................................................................................................27
5.4 Picture of RCI10..............................................................................................................................27
5.5 Installation and start-up RCI10.......................................................................................................28
5.5.1Picture of slot for Remote Control Interface RCI10........................................................................29
5.5.2Picture of an example for network connection...............................................................................29
5.6 Configuration and start-up RCI10...................................................................................................29
Notes...............................................................................................................................................................30
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1Introduction
You chose ControlPlex® Rack, a comprehensive, future-oriented protection system which combines safety,
user convenience and service friendliness. It is a power distribution and management system which provides
electronic and, in the event of a short circuit, current-limiting protection of various loads. By means of an internal
bus system and an additional, hot-pluggable control interface module (optional), each load can remotely
be controlled and monitored. In addition it allows recording of measuring data of every single load. Besides
providing overcurrent and short circuit protection, it increases system availability by a multiple, because it
disconnects faulty loads quickly, selectively and without voltage dips.
In connection with the control interface module type RCI10 the ControlPlex® Rack system can be connected
to a centralised management system (control computer). For this purpose an Ethernet interface is made
available with SNMP v1, v2c or v3 protocol. The required private MIB for embedding is part of the delivery
scope. An additional possibility for a centralised or also local monitoring/control is provided by the integral web
server, which can be used without additional software on the control computer by means of the web browser.
Thanks to its system properties the ControlPlex® Rack is the perfect solution for smart protection, control
and energy measurement for DC-supplied minus switching system cabinets. Typical applications include:
• System cabinets of any kind in telecommunications with DC -48 V or DC -60 V rated supply
• Server cabinets in IT centres with equipment for DC -48 V or DC -60 V rated supply
• System cabinets for mobile radio and television for DC -40 V to DC -72 V
• Protection and control of illuminated advertising with a power supply of DC -48 V
Further descriptions of the ControlPlex® Rack system with information on the configuration and network
connection by means of the module control interface RCI10 are available in the user manual ControlPlex® Rack.
This document contains the mounting and connection procedures for the hardware of the ControlPlex® Rack
system as well as an instruction for the first operation. You will learn more about
•how to mount and connect the different ControlPlex® Rack Power-D-Box® versions
• how to start up or exchange the electronic circuit protectors type ESX300-S
• how to identify and remedy failures of the electronic circuit protectors ESX300-S
• how to install and connect the optional control interface RCI10
• how to identify and remedy failures of the control interface RCI10 by means of LED indication
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2 Minimal requirements of installation
Please check the delivered components upon receipt with regard to completeness. You require the
following hardware components for installation and start-up of the ControlPlex® Rack system:
•
One or more Power-D-Box modules type: PDB-N-CPxxx-xx-x or special versions such as
PDB-N-CPxxx-xx-A-Sxxx
•Electronic circuit protectors type ESX300-S-x00-xx A (version e.g.: with signalling or with BUS interface,
various current ratings: 2 A…24 A)
•Optional: control interface with Ethernet interface type RCI10-000-x. The circuit protector type ESX300-S300-xxA is mandatory for use with control interface.
In addition you require different cables for connection of the Power-D-Box®, of the supply line, the loads and
the ground. Many manufacturers offer standard cables for this purpose.
2.1 Important information and safety instructions
The following table lists various information and safety instructions for start-up and use of the device.
Danger: Installation and operation of the device
This device has to be installed and operated in compliance with the given instructions.
Failure to comply can lead to injury, damage of loads or of the ControlPlex® Rack system.
Danger: Turn off the supply voltage
Before beginning with installation, the system has to be disconnected from the mains. A
cable connection must only be established if the supply voltage is OFF.
Danger: Possible ignition hazard
The device must NOT be used in inflammable surroundings.
Danger: High voltage
The cover must NEVER be opened. Access to the inner components is not allowed unless
indicated otherwise in this manual.
Caution: Work with ESD protection
Electronic modules must only be touched and installed with ESD protection so as to
ensure protection against electrostatic voltage. Failure to comply can cause damages on
the ControlPlex® Rack system or the corresponding components.
Caution: Grounding
The device must be grounded before switching on.
Table 1: Important information
2.12 EMC installation guidelines
The ControlPlex® Rack hardware and accessories comply with the EMC directives. Thus electromagnetic
interferences between the devices are avoided which would otherwise affect the system performance. A
professional installation is mandatory. In order to ensure the best EMC conditions, the widest possible
distance between the different electrical devices should be applied.
2.3 Technical Accuracy
All technical data in this manual were correct in all conscience at the time of printing. E-T-A cannot be
held liable for any (inadvertent) errors. Due to continuous product improvements at E-T-A there could be
discrepancies between the actual product and the manual. Product changes or amendments of the technical
specifications will be carried our without prior notification. The latest versions of the ControlPlex® Rack
documents are available on our website (www.e-t-a.de).
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3General: ControlPlex® Rack Power-D-Box®
By using the Power-D-Box® type PDB-N-CPxxx-xx-x you can benefit from the advantages of the ControlPlex®
Rack system to full extent, no matter whether the control interface RCI10 is used from the start or only later.
3.1
Use of the Power-D-Box®
The ControlPlex® Rack Power-D-Box® has been designed for the quick and easy installation into 19" or
ETSI racks which is ensured by a rotating mounting flange. Depending on the required termination technology
(front or rear) the corresponding Power-D-Box® is available as a product. The service friendliness has to
be mentioned as a special advantage. The system can be extended with power on and additional circuit
protectors can be plugged into the load terminals. The control interface can also be fitted later with power on
without having to disconnect the loads.
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3.2
Technical data of the Power-D-Box®
The entire 19" rack features the protection degree IP20. Table 2 summarizes the vital information.
Electrical data
PDB-NCP09A-RR-S
PDB-NCP09A-RF-S
PDB-NCP09A-FF-S
PDB-NCP19A-RR-S
PDB-NCP18R-RR-S
Operating voltage
DC -48 V or
DC -60 V
DC -48 V or
DC -60 V
DC -48 V or
DC -60 V
DC -48 V or
DC -60 V
DC -48 V or
DC -60 V
Max.
supply current:
150 A
150 A
100 A
200 A
2 x 150 A
Number of circuit
protectors
9
9
9
19
18
Redundant system
no
no
no
no
yes
Protected pole
Negative pole protected electronically, without physical isolation
Suitable for
circuit protector
ESX300-S (2 A, 5 A, 8 A, 12 A, 16 A, 20 A, 24 A, with/without aux. contact),
with / without BUS)
Ambient temperature
Mechanical data
-20 … +60 °C
PDB-NCP09A-RR-S
PDB-NCP09A-RF-S
Dimensions
PDB-NCP09A-FF-S
PDB-NCP19A-RR-S
PDB-NCP18R-RR-S
see drawings and dimensions
Mounting
4 mounting screws M6 x 16 mm (not supplied with product)
tightening torque 5.3...5.7 Nm
Supply
PDB-NCP09A-RR-S
PDB-NCP09A-RF-S
PDB-NCP09A-FF-S
PDB-NCP19A-RR-S
PDB-NCP18R-RR-S
Terminals
on the rear
on the rear
on the front
on the rear
on the rear
Screw terminals
16 – 50 mm²
AWG 5 –
AWG 1
16 – 50 mm²
AWG 5 –
AWG 1
4 – 25 mm²
AWG 11 –
AWG 3
16 – 50 mm²
AWG 5 –
AWG 1
16 – 50 mm²
AWG 5 –
AWG 1
Tightening torque
6…8 Nm
6…8 Nm
4...4.5 Nm
6…8 Nm
6…8 Nm
Loads
PDB-NCP09A-RR-S
PDB-NCP09A-RF-S
PDB-NCP09A-FF-S
PDB-NCP19A-RR-S
PDB-NCP18R-RR-S
Max. load current per
load terminal
30 A with
9 ways
30 A with
9 ways
30 A with
9 ways
30 A with
19 ways
30 A with
2 x 9 ways
Terminals
on the rear
on the front
on the front
on the rear
on the rear
Screw terminals
0.5 – 6 mm²
AWG 20 –
AWG 10
–
–
0.5 – 6 mm²
AWG 20 –
AWG 10
0.5 – 6 mm²
AWG 20 –
AWG 10
SUB-D connector
–
2.5 – 10 mm²
AWG 13 –
AWG 7
2.5 – 10 mm²
AWG 13 –
AWG 7
–
–
Tightening torque
0.5…0.8 Nm
–
–
0.5…0.8 Nm
0.5…0.8 Nm
Signalling
PDB-NCP09A-RR-S
PDB-NCP09A-RF-S
PDB-NCP09A-FF-S
PDB-NCP19A-RR-S
PDB-NCP18R-RR-S
Terminals
on the rear
on the front
on the front
on the rear
on the rear
Screw terminals
0.25–1.5 mm²
AWG 23 –
AWG 16
–
–
0.25–1.5 mm²
AWG 23 –
AWG 16
0.25–1.5 mm²
AWG 23 –
AWG 16
SUB-D connector
–
2.5 – 10 mm²
AWG 13 –
AWG 7
2.5 – 10 mm²
AWG 13 –
AWG 7
–
–
Tightening torque
0.22…0.25
Nm
–
–
0.22…0.25
Nm
0.22…0.25
Nm
Grounding
PDB-NCP09A-RR-S
PDB-NCP09A-RF-S
PDB-NCP09A-FF-S
PDB-NCP19A-RR-S
PDB-NCP18R-RR-S
Ground connector
M6 ground stud, always on the rear, tightening torque 6 Nm
Table 2: A selection of technical data / *) further information can be found in the data sheet.
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3.3
Scope of delivery of the Power-D-Box®
The following parts are part of the delivery scope of the Power-D-Box®:
• 19" rack with 19" / ETSI interchangeable flange (mounted 19")
• blanking pieces for slots of circuit protectors and control interface (mounted)
• mating plugs in the event of rear screw terminals (plugged on). Versions: PDB-N-CPxxx-xR-x
• mating plugs of signalling terminals (screwed on). Versions: PDB-N-CPxxx-xR-x
The following accessories can be ordered separately:
• rear cable grip rail (part no. X 223 260 01)
• connector set, high current SUB-D for load terminal on the front (part no. X 223 189 01)
•marking frame with labels, 0.5U, for customised marking of circuit protectors (part no. X 223 575 01)
•marking frame with labels, 1U with cable gland on the front, for customised marking of circuit protectors
(part no. X 223 576 01)
• circuit protector type ESX300-S-xxx-xxA
• control interface type RCI10-xxx-x
For more information on accessories please see the data sheet of ControlPlex® Rack.
3.4
Pictures of Power-D-Box® versions (front view)
fig. 1: Front view PDB-N-CP18R-RR-x, PDB-N-CP19A-RR-x
fig. 2: Front view PDB-N-CP09A-RR-x
fig. 3: Front view PDB-N-CP09A-FF-x, terminals on the front with high current SUB-D connectors
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3.5
Drawings and dimensions of Power-D-Box® versions
515 (ETS)
75 (ETS)
88.9 (2HE)
76.2 (19“)
465 (19“)
fig. 4: Front view PDB-N-CP09A-FF-x, 1 x 9 slots, terminals on the front with high current SUB-D connectors
fig. 5: Rear view PDB-N-CP09A-FF-x, 1 x 9 slots (with rear cable grip rail)
88.9
482.6
fig. 6: Front view PDB-N-CP19A-RR-x, 1 x 19 slots
fig. 7: Rear view DB-N-CP19A-RR-x, without cable grip
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515 (ETS)
75 (ETS)
482.6 (19“)
531.4 (ETS)
fig. 8: Front view PDB-N-CP18R-RR-x, 2 x 9 slots
fig. 9: Rear view PDB-N-CP18R-RR-x, 2 x 9 slots
cable grip set (optional)
cable guide supply
14
450
fig. 10: Top view PDB-N-CP18R-RR-x, 2 x 9 slots (with rear cable grip rail)
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201.5
160
171.5
271.5
cable guide loads and Si
88.9 (2HE)
76.2 (19“)
465 (19“)
3.6
Schematic diagrams of Power-D-Box® versions
non-redundant design
supply A
A1
A+
2
11
OK FAULT
OK FAULT
OK FAULT
OK FAULT
OK FAULT
OK FAULT
OK FAULT
LINE- SI
LINE- SI
LINE- SI
LINE- SI
LINE- SI
LINE- SI
LINE- SI
LINE- SI
LINE- SI
LOAD-
SI
SI
LOAD-
SI
LOAD-
SI
LOAD-
LOAD-
A19-
A18-
SI
SI
LOAD-
SI
LOAD-
SI
2 12 14
-X2
2 12 14
2 12 14
2 12 14
2 12 14
2 12 14
2 12 14
2 12 14
2 12 14
2 12 14
2 12 14
2 12 14
2 12 14
2 12 14
2 12 14
2 12 14
2 12 14
2 12 14
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
LOAD-
LOAD-
LOAD-
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
LOAD-
LOAD-
LOAD-
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
LOAD-
LOAD-
ESX300-S
E-T-A
LOAD-
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
LOAD-
LOAD-
ESX300-S
E-T-A
LOAD-
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
LOAD-
LOAD-
ESX300-S
E-T-A
LOAD-
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
LOAD-
LOAD-
A14-
A9-
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
LOAD-
LOAD-
ESX300-S
E-T-A
LOAD-
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
LOAD-
LOAD-
ESX300-S
E-T-A
LOAD-
SI
OK FAULT
LINE- SI
LOAD-
LOAD-
11
LOAD-
SI
A17-
OK FAULT
LINE- SI
A16-
OK FAULT
LINE- SI
A15-
OK FAULT
LINE- SI
A13-
OK FAULT
LINE- SI
A12-
OK FAULT
LINE- SI
A11-
OK FAULT
LINE- SI
A10-
OK FAULT
SI
A8-
OK FAULT
LINE-
A7-
OK FAULT
LOAD-
1
GND+
1
LINE-
11
GND+
1
LINE-
11
GND+
1
LINE-
11
GND+
1
LINE-
11
GND+
1
LINE-
11
GND+
1
LINE-
11
GND+
1
LINE-
11
GND+
1
LINE-
LINE-
11
GND+
1
LINE-
11
GND+
1
LINE-
11
GND+
1
LINE-
LINE-
LINE-
11
GND+
1
GND+
11
GND+
1
GND+
11
LINE-
GND+
LINE-
GND+
LINE-
1
LOAD-
SI
11
LOAD-
LOAD-
1
A6-
SI
SI
A2LOAD-
OK FAULT
LINE-
A1-
SI
11
A5-
OK FAULT
LINE-
1
A3-
LINE-
11
A4-
1
GND+
11
GND+
1
LINE-
-X1
2 12 14
2
1
A9- A9+
-X3
A18- A18+
38
37
-X3
A17- A17+
36
35
-X3
A16- A16+
34
33
32
-X3
A15- A15+
31
30
-X3
A14- A14+
29
28
-X3
A13- A13+
27
-X3
A12- A12+
26
25
-X3
A11- A11+
24
23
22
-X3
A10- A10+
21
20
19
-X3
18
-X3
A8- A8+
A7- A7+
17
16
15
-X3
14
-X3
A6- A6+
13
-X3
A5- A5+
12
11
-X3
A4- A4+
10
9
-X3
A3- A3+
8
7
-X3
A2- A2+
A1- A1+
6
5
4
3
-X3
2
1
signalling
A (optional)
-X3
A19- A19+
load outputs A
fig. 11: Schematic diagram PDB-N-CP19A-RR-x, 1 x 19 slots with signalling
redundant design
B-
SI
LOAD-
SI
LOAD-
SI
LOAD-
SI
LOAD-
SI
LOAD-
SI
-X5
A1- A1+
1
2 12 14
SI
SI
SI
SI
2 12 14
ESX300-S
E-T-A
2 12 14
2 12 14
ESX300-S
E-T-A
2 12 14
ESX300-S
E-T-A
2 12 14
SI
LOAD-
SI
GND+
LINE-
GND+
LINELINE-
OK FAULT
LINE-
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
LOAD-
SI
2 12 14
ESX300-S
E-T-A
2 12 14
2
A2- A2+
A3- A3+
A4- A4+
A5- A5+
A6- A6+
A7- A7+
A8- A8+
A9- A9+
B1- B1+
load outputs A
B2- B2+
B3- B3+
B4- B4+
B5- B5+
B6- B6+
B7- B7+
B8- B8+
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
-X6
1
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
signalling
B (optional)
3
2
1
signalling
A (optional)
SI
LOAD-
2 12 14
SI
LOAD-
2
SI
LOAD-
2 12 14
SI
SI
LOAD-
2 12 14
SI
LOAD-
SI
SI
LOAD-
SI
SI
LOAD-
SI
SI
LOAD-
SI
LOAD-
SI
LOAD-
SI
LOAD-
SI
LOAD-
SI
LOAD-
1
-X2
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
OK FAULT
SI
LINE-
ESX300-S
E-T-A
2 12 14
GND+
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
2 12 14
LINE-
LINE-
ESX300-S
E-T-A
2 12 14
GND+
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
2 12 14
LINE-
LINE-
ESX300-S
E-T-A
2 12 14
GND+
OK FAULT
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
2 12 14
LINE-
GND+
LINE-
OK FAULT
LINE-
11
SI
SI
GND+
LINE-
GND+
LOAD-
OK FAULT
SI
1
B9-
SI
OK FAULT
LINE-
11
LOAD-
LOAD-
OK FAULT
ESX300-S
E-T-A
1
SI
SI
SI
ESX300-S
E-T-A
2 12 14
-X3
GND+
LINE-
GND+
LINELOAD-
LINE-
11
SI
SI
OK FAULT
1
B8-
LOAD-
SI
11
LOAD-
SI
GND+
LINE-
GND+
LOAD-
LINE-
1
SI
SI
SI
11
SI
LOAD-
OK FAULT
LINE-
1
LOAD-
SI
OK FAULT
11
B7-
LOAD-
SI
1
SI
SI
LINE-
11
SI
LOAD-
OK FAULT
1
LOAD-
SI
SI
11
B6-
LOAD-
LINE-
1
SI
SI
OK FAULT
11
SI
LOAD-
SI
1
LOAD-
SI
LINE-
11
B5-
LOAD-
OK FAULT
1
B4-
SI
11
B2-
LINE-
1
2
B1-
SI
11
A9-
LINE-
1
A8-
SI
11
A6-
OK FAULT
LINE-
A5-
OK FAULT
SI
A4-
OK FAULT
LINE-
A3-
OK FAULT
SI
A2-
OK FAULT
LINEA1-
1
LINE-
11
GND+
1
A7-
11
LINE-
1
GND+
11
LINE-
1
GND+
LINE-
LINE-
11
LINE-
1
GND+
11
LINE-
1
B+
1
-X4
GND+
2
B3-
A+
1
GND+
A-X1
supply B
LINE-
supply A
B9- B9+
load outputs B
fig. 12: Schematic diagram PDB-N-CP18R-RR-x, 2 x 9 slots with signalling
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3.7
Pin assignment of Power-D-Box® versions
Pin assignment PDB-N-CP09A-RR-x, PDB-N-CP18R-RR-x
• Rear-side supply terminals DC 48 V – DC 60 V / max. 2 x 150 A
• Cable cross section max. 50 mm²
plus 48 V DC B+
minus 48 V DC B-
loads B-/B+
plus 48 V DC A+
minus 48 V DC A-
loads A-/A+
group signalling B
group signalling A
fig.13 version PDB-N-CP18R-RR-x, pin assignment (cable grip removed)
Pin assignment PDB-N-CP09A-FF-x
• Front-side supply terminals DC 48 V – DC 60 V / max. 100 A
• Cable cross section max. 25 mm²
• Front-side supply terminals A1... A9 DC 48 V – DC 60 V / max. 30 A
• Cable cross section max. 10 mm²
• Signal terminals Si max. DC 72 V / 1 A ampacity, max. 60 W / 62.5 VA switching capacity
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minus 48 V DC ANo
not connected
C
not connected
minus 48 V DC
protected pole
plus 48 V DC A+
plus 48 V DC
group signaling
fig. 14 version PDB-N-CP09A-FF-x, pin assignment
Pin assignment PDB-N-CP09A-RF-x
• line entry see PDB-N-CP09A-RR-x (group A)
• load terminals see PDB-N-CP09A-FF-x (group A)
Pin assignment PDB-N-CP19A-RR-x
•Rear-side supply terminals DC 48 V - DC 60 V / max. 200 A with supply via two supply terminals
(internally bridged). Max. 150 A per supply terminal at 50 mm² cable cross section.
• cable cross section max. 50 mm² per supply line
• cable cross section max. 4 mm² with wire end ferrule per load terminal
minus 48 V DC Amax. 150 A per terminal
plus 48 V DC A+
max. 150 A per terminal
cable grip
minus 48 V DC Amax. 150 A per terminal
plus 48 V DC A+
max. 150 A per terminal
load A19-/19+...A1-/A1+
group signaling
fig. 15 version PDB-N-CP19A-RR-x, pin assignment (cable grip installed)
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3.8
Installation and start-up of the Power-D-Box®
The ControlPlex® Rack system has been designed for stationary installation in an indoor system cabinet. For
installation in an outdoor cabinet we recommend a fully conditioned cabinet with heating and cooling. In the
event of high humidity the surrounding has to be additionally dried.
3.8.1
Recommended installation site for Power-D-Box®
Usually the Power-D-Box® is installed in the top or bottom area of the system rack. We recommend installation
in close proximity to the connected loads so as to reduce wiring and cable management.
Important:
•
Leave sufficient space for heat dissipation, min. 0.5U above
Power-D-Box® should be free for ventilation.
• Please take care to install the Power-D-Box® in enclosed and dry rooms.
• Please observe the required degree of protection.
or
below
the
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS OF INSTALLATION SITE
Various aspects have to be considered when choosing the installation site.
Ventilation
Please ensure sufficient ventilation by leaving enough space at all sides of the device and
ensure that the vent holes are not blocked. Leave enough space between the devices.
Cable management
Ensure installation at a site where the cables can be laid and connected properly. Ensure
ease of access for service and system extensions of all termination versions even after
installation.
Electrical noise pulses
The installation site should provide sufficient distance to any devices that might emit noise
pulses.
Table 3: Power-D-Box® requirements of installation site
3.8.2
Basic notes on cabling for Power-D-Box®
The selection of the correct cable types regarding temperature resistance and ampacity is important for the
reliable power distribution, control and monitoring by means of a ControlPlex® Rack system. Please ensure
to use cables of superior quality with the suitable cross sections so as to avoid voltage drops. Laying of cables must be carried out carefully. Table 4 gives general hints regarding wiring of a
Power-D-Box®, including the connected loads.
Item
Note
1
Cables must be protected against damages and heat. Avoid the proximity to moveable or
hot parts and to machines.
2
Ensure a suitable strain relief.
3
Check cables with regard to intact insulation, above all after cable laying.
Table 4: Power-D-Box® wiring hints
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3.8.3
Installation and start-up of the Power-D-Box®
Important notes
Danger: Turn off the supply voltage
Before beginning with installation, the system has to be disconnected from the mains.
A cable connection must only be established if the supply voltage is OFF.
Caution: Work with ESD protection
To protect electronic components against electrostatic voltage, any work must only be
carried out with corresponding ESD protection means. Failure to comply can cause
damages on the ControlPlex® Rack system or the corresponding components.
Caution: Mounting position
The Power-D-Box® must only be installed horizontally in the cabinet, vertical installation
may cause overheating.
Caution: Supply voltage
The voltage of the power supply must be between DC 38 V and DC 72 V to ensure a
smooth operation. In the event of a voltage in excess of DC 75 V the Power-D-Box® may
be damaged.
Table 5: Power-D-Box® Important hints for start-up
Start-up of the Power-D-Box® comprises the following steps:
Step
Action
1
Prepare all necessary devices and tools such as:
• different screw drivers and M6 box wrench
(part of the delivery scope)
• connecting cables for power supply and ground
(part of the delivery scope)
• connecting cables for load terminals (not part of the delivery scope)
• 4 mounting screws M6 x 16mm with plastic sleeve
• 2 x M6 cable lug, not part of the delivery scope
(ground connection Power-D-Box®)
• Load terminal mating plug (can be ordered as accessory for version with front
connection, otherwise it is part of the Power-D-Box® delivery scope)
2
If installation shall be in an ETSI rack:
Re-work of the Power-D-Box® mounting brackets to ETSI dimensions:
remove, turn bracket by 180°, re-fit with the 2 mounting screws.
3
Important: Please ensure that the system is dead-voltage.
4
Lay all necessary cables for grounding, supply and load terminals of the
Power-D-Box®
5
Connect the load terminal cables with the corresponding load connectors and mark them
with the corresponding way no. of the Power-D-Box®
Important: Do not yet connect the load connectors to the Power-D-Box®.
Depending on the version, see chapter 4.7 pin assignment
Depending on the version, tightening torque of supply terminals,
see table 2, "Technical data/supply"
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6
Mounting of Power-D-Box® in the system cabinet:
Install the Power-D-Box® horizontally in the system cabinet and
fix it with the 4 supplied mounting screws.
The tightening torque of the mounting screws is 5.3 - 5.7 Nm.
7
Connection of the Power-D-Box® grounding cable:
The ground connection is on the rear side of the Power-D-Box® (see fig. 15) and is
marked with a grounding symbol. In the event of two separate power supplies
(redundant system) both ground connections have to be connected with one
grounding cable each. The grounding cable can be fixed with an M6 cable lug and the
fitted grounding nut with a tightening torque of 6 Nm.
8
Connection of the Power-D-Box® supply lines:
Depending on the version, see chapter 4.7 pin assignment
Depending on the version, tightening torque of supply terminals, see table 2,
“Technical data/supply”
Important: Do not yet connect any load lines.
9
Switch on the power supply.
Check correct polarity with a voltmeter (plus, minus) and the correct voltage value of
the power supply terminals. In the event of a failure please remedy before proceeding
with step 10.
10
Optional: Connection of the Power-D-Box® signalling lines:
Depending on the version, see chapter 3.7 pin assignment
Depending on the version, tightening torque of supply terminals, see table 2,
“Technical data/supply”
11
Go to chapter 4 “ControlPlex® Rack,
electornic circuit protector ESX300-S”
End
Table 6: Power-D-Box® steps for start-up
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4General: ControlPlex® Rack,
electronic circuit protector ESX300-S
The electronic circuit protector ESX300-S with active current limitation for use in minus-switching equipment has particularly been designed for the use in the Power-D-Box® of type PDB-N-CPxxx-xx-x. It can be
installed and de-installed with the system live without having to disconnect the application from the mains.
Thus you can reduce the installation and service periods to a minimum.
4.1
Application ESX300-S
The electronic circuit protector ESX300-S is suitable for minus supplied systems with voltage ratings from
DC -48 V and DC -60 V. It is capable of disconnecting all faulty loads selectively in the event of overcurrent
and short circuit, i.e. without voltage dip or failure of neighbouring loads. In the event of overcurrent or short
circuit the active current limitation of the ESX300-S prevents an overload-dependent voltage regulation of the
(switched mode) power supply. In the event of a failure the latter prevents a voltage dip of the switch-mode
power supply and thus repercussions on the neighbouring loads. The ESX300-S is available both with BUS
interface and with potential-free signalling. The version with BUS interface in connection with the control
interface RCI10 (see chapter 5) allows failure indication as well as an automatic remote control of the ESX300-S
via a controlling computer.
4.2
Technical data of ESX300-S
Technical data ESX300-S
Current ratings
2 A, 5 A, 8 A, 12 A, 16 A, 20 A, 24 A
Capacitive load
max. 7,000 uF (depending on the current rating)
Trip
electronically (1-pole), no physical isolation
Threshold for active
current limitation
typically 1.2 x rated current ESX300-S
Reliability in the
event of faulty
electronics
integral fail-safe element (blade fuse)
Protected pole
minus pole protected
Operating voltage
DC -37V to DC -72V
Signalling (optional)
potential-free auxiliary contacts
BUS system (optional)
EL-BUS for communication with sub-assembly RCI10
Status indication
LEDs red and green
Low voltage indication
< DC -37 V
Overvoltage indication
= / > DC minus 72 V
Trip times
typically < 10 ms at short circuit (current limitation active)
typically < 30 sec at overcurrent (I > IN < current limitation threshold)
Approval logos
CE to EN 61000-6-3 / EN 61000-6-2
Mechanical data ESX300-S
Ambient temperature
- 20° C...+60° C*
Cooling
convection cooling
Mounting position
vertical mounting position
Version
rack module with front plate, no separate enclosure, for installation in
Power-D-Boxes®
Table 7: ESX300-S, technical data
*) major technical data, for further information please see data sheet of ControlPlex® Rack
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4.2
Current ratings, voltage drop and load capacity ESX300-S
trip time
max. load
current at 100
% ON duty
Current rating
range IN
typical voltage
drop UON at IN
active current limitation
typically
2A
130 mV
1.20 x IN
0.2 – 3 s
4A
2A
1500
5A
130 mV
1.20 x IN
0.2 – 3 s
10 A
5A
2000
8A
200 mV
1.20 x IN
0.2 – 3 s
10 A
8A
3000
12 A
150 mV
1.20 x IN
0.2 – 3 s
20 A
12 A
4000
16 A
200 mV
1.20 x IN
0.2 – 3 s
20 A
16 A
5000
20 A
160 mV
1.20 x IN
0.2 – 3 s
30 A
20 A
6000
24 A
200 mV
1.20 x IN
0.2 – 3 s
30 A
24 A
7000
typically at 1.2 x IN
Fail-safe element
TAMB = 40 °C
Max. capacitive
load (µF)
Note:The total current of neighbouring devices must not exceed 44 A.
The derating factor at an ambient temperature of > 40 °C is 0.8 times rated current.
Table 8: ESX300-S, electrical data
4.2.2
LED Status Indication
Load output
LED green
LED red
auxiliary contact N/C
(optional)
No error -> OFF
locked
flashing slowly
OFF
open
Normal operation
connected
ON
OFF
open
Error undervoltage
with device in OFF
condition (15 V < U < 37 V)
locked
OFF
ON
closed
Error undervoltage with device in
OFF condition (U > 72 V)
locked
OFF
ON
closed
Overcurrent error detected
(I > IN < 1.2 x IN); overcurrent failure has to be detected for approx.
30 sec before disconnection is
effected
connected
ON
flashing fast
open
Error - overcurrent or short circuit
disconnection
locked
OFF
ON
closed
Error undervoltage
(U > 15 V < 37 V)
connected
ON
ON
closed
error overvoltage
(72 V < U < 75 V)
operating state
connected
ON
ON
closed
Error, no voltage or
internal error
locked
OFF
OFF
closed
Error high temperature
locked
OFF
flashing slowly
closed
Remote disconnection (ordering
option control interface)
locked
flashing fast
OFF
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Table 9: ESX300-S operating conditions - LED indication
4.3
Delivery scope ESX300-S
The following parts are part of the delivery scope of the ESX300-S:
• Electronic circuit protector, type: ESX300-S-xxx-xxA with front plate
• Removeable label in the front plate
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4.4
Picture of ESX300-S
status LED
engagement nose
ON/OFF
groove for label
rated current of
circuit protector
Fig. 16: ESX300-S circuit protector
4.5
Installation and start-up ESX300-S
Important notes
Note: Power-D-Box® installed
Before starting the installation, the Power-D-Box® has to be properly installed first and
supply voltage should be applied. All steps in chapter 3 were carried out properly.
Caution: Work with ESD protection
To protect electronic components against electrostatic voltage, any work must only be
carried out with corresponding ESD protection means. Failure to comply can cause
damages on the ControlPlex® Rack system or the corresponding components.
Caution: Mounting position
The ESX300-S sub-assembly has to be pushed in vertically into the Power-D-Box.
Caution: load terminal
Load terminal must be open (not connected) when installing the ESX300-S.
Caution: Supply voltage
The voltage of the power supply must be between DC 38 V and DC 72 V to ensure
a smooth operation. In the event of a voltage in excess of DC 75 V the electronic circuit
protector may be damaged.
Table 10: ESX300-S, important hints for start-up
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Start-up of the ESX300-S comprises the following steps:
Step
Action
1
Prepare all necessary devices and tools such as:
• Electronic circuit protectors ESX300-S (check the ESX300-S with regard to the
required current ratings, see chapter 4.5 fig. 16 “rated current value”
2
Danger: Please ensure that all steps in chapter 3 for starting up the
Power-D-Box® are carried out correctly.
3
Caution: The total current of neighbouring devices must not exceed 44 A.
The derating factor is 0.8 times rated current of the ESX300-S with ambient
temperatures > 40 °C.
4
Installation of the circuit protectors ESX300-S into the Power-D-Box®:
Push the ESX300-S with the correct current rating carefully into the related and
documented slot (e.g.: slot A1) until it latches on into the front plate in the
Power-D-Box®.
5
Check the LED indication of the installed ESX300-S:
The status LED “OK” must blink green (load output not yet connected). If the
green LED is lighted continuously, push the “On/Off” momentary switch once
until it blinks.
Important: The red status LED “Fault” must be off. If this is not the case,
please go to chapter 4.7 “ESX300-S trouble-shooting” and remedy the failure. Do
not continue with step 6 before the LED status indication (both LEDs) is as described in step 5.
6
Connect load output to the corresponding load channel of the Power-D-Box®:
Important: Check correct polarity (plus/minus) before connecting.
Plug in the load terminal connector pertinent to the installed ESX300-S slot.
Example: ESX300-S slot A1 is assigned to load connector A1+ / A1-
7
Switch on the load output of the ESX300-S:
Push the momentary switch “On/Off” of the installed circuit protectors ESX300-S.
LED status indication: Green LED “OK” is lighted continuously, red LED “fault” is
off. If the LED indication is different from the description, please go to chapter 4.7
ESX300-S trouble-shooting.
8
Optional: Individual marking of ESX300-S with a corresponding name.
This can be done either on the small label of the ESX300-S or by means of the
marking bar available as accessory.
9
Repeat step 1 - 8 for each ESX300-S to be installed.
END
Table 11: Start-up of ESX300-S
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4.6
Removal of the electronic circuit protector ESX300-S
The electronic circuit protectors can be removed as follows:
Step
Action
Caution: Work with ESD protection
To protect electronic components against electrostatic voltage, any work must only be
carried out with corresponding ESD protection means. Failure to comply can cause
damages on the ControlPlex® Rack system or the corresponding components.
1
Important: The ESX300-S has to be in the OFF condition
before being removed.
• Push the momentary switch “On/Off” until the green LED blinks slowly or
• disconnect the Power-D-Box® (dead-voltage, both LEDs off)
2
When removing the electronic circuit protector, the interlock at the bottom of
the front plate of the circuit protector must be pushed down (see fig. 17).
3
Hold down the interlock and remove the circuit protector by pulling simulaneously
at the handles on the top and the bottom of the front plate (see fig. 18).
END
Table 12: Removal ESX300-S
interlock of front
plate ESX300-S
push down interlock and
pull the two handles of
the circuit protector
simultaneously
fig. 17: ESX300-S interlock fig. 18: ESX300-S removal
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4.7
Trouble-shooting concerning electronic circuit protector ESX300-S
The electronic circuit protector ESX300-S has two status LEDs allowing a comprehensive failure analysis in
the event of a failure. Please proceed as follows for trouble-shooting:
Important notes
Caution: Work with ESD protection
To protect electronic components against electrostatic voltage, any work must only be carried out with corresponding ESD protection means. Failure to comply can cause damages
on the ControlPlex® Rack system or the corresponding components.
Special precautions must be taken in the system or machine which reliably prevent an
automatic re-start of moveable parts of the system (cf. Machinery Directive 98/37/EG and
EN 60204-1, Safety of Machinery).
Note: ESX300-S time after short circuit or overcurrent trip
After tripping due to a short circuit, the circuit protector ESX300-S can only be reset after
a delay time of approx. 20 seconds.
Table 13: Hints for trouble-shooting for ESX300-S
What to do in the event of a failure
Step
Action
1
Check status indication of ESX300-S:
Check the status of the LEDs of the ESX300-S by table 9, chapter 4.2.2
and put down the cause of the failure
2
Depending on the cause of the failure you can establish physical isolation
of the faulty circuit by pulling out the ESX300-S
See chapter 4.6 Removal of the electronic circuit protectors.
3
Remedy the cause of the failure
As described in step 1, e.g. short circuit on load
4
Re-install the ESX300-S after remedy of the failure
See chapter 4.5 Start-up of ESX300-S
END
Table 14: Trouble-shooting ESX300-S
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5General: ControlPlex® Rack, control interface RCI10
The Remote Control Interface RCI10 has particularly been designed for use with the Power-D-Box® type
PDB-N-CPxxx-xx-x in connection with the circuit protector ESX300-S. It can be installed and de-installed
with the system live without having to disconnect the application from the mains. Thus you are able to add
the interface sub-assembly later if required, saving costs and avoiding downtimes.
5.1
Application RCI10
The Remote Control Interface RCI10 is designed for an operating voltage of DC 20 V to DC 75 V. It communicates with all circuit protectors type ESX300-S-3xx-xxA (version with BUS interface) installed in the
Power-D-Box® via an internal BUS. The RCI10 can easily be interconnected with a local LAN network via an
external Ethernet interface. Various integral protocols allow a complete automation and remote control of the
individual circuit protectors, e.g. ON/OFF operation depending on the voltage or current value. In addition
alarm signals and a continuous data recording per query can be forwarded to a connected control computer.
5.2
Technical data of RCI10
Interface card for measuring data recording, automation and remote control of all circuit protectors installed
in the ControlPlex® Rack.
Technical data of RCI10
Operating voltage
DC 20 V…DC 75 V
Dielectric strength
DC 100 V for 1 ms
Power consumption
typically 2 – 3 W
Internal connection
20-pole pcb connector (EL-BUS, power etc.)
External connection
Ethernet 10 / 100 Base-T, RJ45-connection sleeve for standard network cable
of category Cat-5, type “Shielded Twisted Pair”
Status indication
RGB LED (red, green, blue)
Momentary switch
reset and special functions
Supported protocols
SNMP v1, v2c, v3; HTTP, HTTPS, SSH2, DHCP, NTP, IPv4, IPv6
Ambient operating
temperature
- 20 °C...+60 °C (without condensation, cf. EN 60204-1)
Storage temperature
-30 °C...+70 °C
Cooling
convection cooling
Mounting position
vertical mounting position
Version
rack module with front plate, no separate enclosure, for installation in
Power-D-Box®
Degree of protection
IP00 DIN 40050
Approval logos
CE to EN 61000-6-3 / EN 61000-6-2
Conformity
EN 60950-1 / UL 60950-1 compliant (when installed in PDB)
Table 15: RCI10, technical data
*) major technical data, for further information please see data sheet of ControlPlex® Rack
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5.2.1 LED operating conditions, momentary switch “reset” and failure remedy
"reset"
switch
LED
LED
Meaning
colour condition
description / action
-
green
ON
normal operation
The green LED is lighted continuously when booting
is completed and the RCI10 is operating faultlessly.
Network connection can be established after another
10 sec.
pushed
down for
35 sec
green
blinking
reset IP address
to factory settings
By pushing the reset button for 35 seconds, the IP
settings can be reset For visual control that the reset
button has been pushed down long enough, the
green LED will blink for 5 seconds. Release the
momentary switch while the LED blinks, see fig. 19
-
red
ON
internal failure
RCI10
The red LED indicates a serious internal failure in the
RCI10 sub-assembly. The sub-assembly is no longer
operational.
By means of a cold boot (remove the sub-assembly
- wait for 20 seconds - plug in again) the failure may
be remedied. The RCI10 sub-assembly should be
replaced nevertheless.
-
red
ON
serious internal
failure BUS (ELBUS)
The red LED indicates an EL-BUS failure. The
communication with the circuit protector ESX300-S
and the RCI10 is disrupted.
This problem can be caused by a defective circuit
protector or a defective RCI10 sub-assembly.
-
blue
ON
Ethernet link
available
If a network connection is established in operation
(layer 1), the LED will be lighted blue for some 10
seconds.
-
blue
ON
reset IP address
to factory settings
The blue LED will be lighted for 10 seconds when
the IP address has successfully been reset to factory
settings, see fig. 19 Automatic booting will follow,
this can last up to 60 seconds.
-
-
OFF
booting
The RCI10 sub-assembly is booting. Booting can
take up to 60 seconds.
-
-
OFF
no supply
voltage
No supply voltage or wrong polarity. 1) The voltage
supply of the Power-D-Box® must at least be DC
20V. 2) Check polarity of the voltage supply at the
Power-D-Box® (plus/minus).
pushed
down for
3 sec
-
OFF
warm boot
The system can be reset by pushing the reset button
for 3 seconds (warm boot)
-
OFF
RCI10 subassembly
defective
If the LED remains unlighted after booting
(max. 60 sec), the RCI10 sub-assembly is defective.
The sub-assembly must be replaced.
Table 16: RCI10, operating conditions - LED
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5.2.2
Function IP-reset by pressing the reset button with LED display
Fig. 19: RCI10 IP reset
5.3
Delivery scope RCI10
The following parts are part of the delivery scope of the RCI10:
•
Remote control interface, type: RCI10-xxx-A with front plate
5.4
Picture of RCI10
RGB
status LED
RJ45 / Ethernet
label
momentary switch /
reset
engagement nose
Fig. 20: RCI10 sub-assembly
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5.5
Installation and start-up RCI10
Important notes
Note: Power-D-Box® and ESX300-S installed
Before starting the installation, the Power-D-Box® has to be properly installed first and
supply voltage should be applied. All steps in chapter 3.8.3 and chapter 4.5 were carried
out properly.
Caution: Work with ESD protection
To protect electronic components against electrostatic voltage, any work must only be
carried out with corresponding ESD protection means. Failure to comply can cause
damages on the ControlPlex® Rack system or the corresponding components.
Caution: Mounting position
The RCI10 sub-assembly has to be pushed in vertically into the Power-D-Box® in slot X0.
Table 17: RCI10, Important hints for start-up
Installation and connection of the RCI10 sub-assembly comprise the following work steps:
Step
Action
1
Prepare all necessary devices and tools such as:
• Remote Control Interface RCI10
• Ethernet cable 10 / 100 Base-T with the correct terminal length
2
Important: Please ensure that all steps in chapter 3 for starting up the
Power-D-Box® and in chapter 4 “Start-up ESX300-S” were carried out correctly.
3
Important: Please make sure that any connected signalling cables
(group signalling) on the Power-D-Box® are de-installed. Should voltage
be applicable here, parts of the ControlPlex® Rack could be destroyed.
4
Installation of the RCI10 sub-assembly into the Power-D-Box®:
Push the RCI10 sub-assembly carefully into slot X0 and push until latch-on in the
front plate in the Power-D-Box®, see fig. 21.
5
Check the LED indication of the RCI10:
The green status LED must be lighted continuously latest after 60 seconds.
If this is not the case, please go chapter 5.2.1 LED operating conditions and
remedy the failure. Do not continue with step 6 before the green LED is lighted
continuously.
6
Connection of Ethernet cable
Plug the Ethernet cable into the RJ45 connector of the RCI10 sub-assembly, see
fig. 20, and connect it to your internal network or directly with a configuration PC,
see fig. 22.
Go to chapter 5.6 and configure the RCI10 sub-assembly according to your
requirements.
7
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Table 18: RCI10, installation and connection
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5.5.1
Picture of slot for Remote Control Interface RCI10
Information: The slot X0 is at the same position with all PDB-N-CPxxx-xx-x versions, first slot on the left side.
slot for RCI10
Fig. 21: RCI10, PDB slot X0
5.5.2
Picture of an example for network connection
SNMP v1, v2c, v3
(HTTP(S)/SSH)
management system / main computer
intranet
ControlPlex® Rack
PDB-N-CP
RCI10
(S
TP
HT
Power
SH
)/S
router
Ethernet cable
load-1
load-2
ESX300-S
load-3
configuration PC
system cabinet
Fig. 22: Connection example network
5.6
Configuration and start-up RCI10
For configuring the RCI10 sub-assembly you need the ControlPlex® Rack user manual RCI10.
In order to establish a logic connection in your LAN network with a configuration PC, the RCI10 sub-assembly
has to be connected with the PC via an Ethernet cable, see fig. 22.
The documentControlPlex® Rack User Manual RCI10 is available on our website:
www.e-t-a.de/controlplex_rack
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User manual/Installation manual M_19BGTCP_e_180815
Issue 01/2015
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