User Manual - Johnson Systems Inc.

User Manual - Johnson Systems Inc.
User Manual
JS-ICON 624 ARCH
Dimmer Rack
™
JOHNSON SYSTEMS INC.
Spring 2007
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2002161
Table of Contents
Introduction.......................................................................................................3
Characteristics..................................................................................................4
JS-ICON™ 624 DMX
JS-ICON™ 624 CC
6 - 2.4kW Dimming Strip
Installation........................................................................................................5
Power Supply Connection Details....................................................................7
Dimmer Output.................................................................................................8
Control Input.....................................................................................................9
Status LED Indicators.......................................................................................9
System Configuration and Setup....................................................................10
Basic JS-ICON™ Troubleshooting...................................................................11
JS-ICON™ 624 ND
6 - 2.4kW Relay Strip
JS-ICON™ 624 PACK
6 - 2.4kW Portable Dimming Pack
Precision Demultiplexer Printed Circuit Board...............................................12
Phase Reference Printed Circuit Board.........................................................13
This manual is accurate at time of printing
and subject to revisions and technical
updates as required without prior notice.
Please visit
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for applicable updates.
JS-ICON™ 624 ARCH
6 - 2.4kW Centralized Wall Mount
Architectural Dimming Rack
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Introduction
JS-ICON™ Architectural Dimmers represent performance and
longevity at its finest! 16-bit high resolution fades provide smooth light
control for the most demanding environment.
Suitable for virtually any application where centralized dimmers are
required, this rugged hi-density design allows for adjacent side-byside installation where additional dimming capacity is needed. Large
power input terminals permit feeder power up to 40 Amps at 120/208
Volt three-phase or 60 Amps at 120/240 Volt single-phase.
Premium quality magnetic load breakers permit full loading of each
circuit individually. Hinged control section access allows for ease of
data and/or analog control termination. Quiet hi-performance chokes
and “MagLev®” thermal management technology for superior cooling
that is virtually silent. All electronics are easily and remotely monitored
with intuitive status LED’s. Wireless DMX receiver optional.
• Six 2400 Watt hi-performance dimmers.
• Dims standard incandescent, quartz, and low-voltage fixtures.
• Superior 16-bit fade resolution provides unmatched performance.
• Both DMX 512 and individual analog control inputs.
• Optional wireless DMX receiver eliminates control wiring.
• Status LED’s allow easy remote setup and troubleshooting.
• Magnetic breakers for maximum circuit protection.
• Over-heat and over-current protected.
• Non-proprietary dimmer SCR’s are 200% rated.
• ‘MagLev®’ thermal management technology for superior cooling
that is virtually silent.
• Hinged SCR and data section for serviceability.
• Separate high voltage “contractor termination section”.
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Characteristics
• Power Requirements: 120/208 VAC 3Ø 5 wire up to 40A. Max. rating
14.4kW or 120/240 VAC 1Ø 4 wire up to 60A. Max. rating 14.4kW.
• Power Termination: Terminal block input and ouput.
• Environment: Temperature Range: 32°F (0°C) to 104°F (40°C) ambient.
Humidity Range: 0% to 90% non-condensing.
• Dimmer Capacity and Load Type: 6 x 2.4kW standard incandescent,
quartz, and dimmable (SCR/Leading-Edge) electronic low-voltage
fixtures.
• Switch Type: 200% rated, non-proprietory SCR solid state relay.
• Rise Time: 300μs fully epoxy-encapsulated chokes are made from ultra
low audible noise core material.
• Physical: 16.2”H x 12”W x 6”D (41.2cm x 30.5cm x 15.2cm).
• Weight: Approximately 35 lbs. (16 Kg).
• Material: 18-guage steel CRS.
• Finish: Textured white powdercoat.
Typical System Installation
JS-ICON™ 624 ARCH - Six (6) CCTS.
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Installation
Mounting
The JS-ICON™ 624 ARCH can be mounted to any wall surface capable of
supporting its weight (35 lbs (15.9 kg) for each rack). Four 1/4” (6mm) screws
or bolts are required to fasten the rack safely to the wall (see the drawing
below for mounting locations and dimensions). To access the mounting
locations, remove the contractor wiring access panel, remove the breaker
panel, and open the hinged service bay door. For further access to the
mounting locations, the hinged service bay door, and left side panel, can be
easily removed (see instructions on page 6 for more details).
Multiple racks may be mounted horizontally (side by side) with no clearance
between them, while vertical mounting requires a minimum of 18” (432mm) of
clearance between the racks to allow for adequate separation for ventilation.
A minimum of 12” (305mm) of clearance is required for the racks cool air
intake and hot air exhaust (see diagram on page 6 for more details).
WARNING: Mount the racks only as indicated above. Failure to comply may
cause thermal overheating.
12”
(305 mm)
Hinged Service
Bay Door
Contractor Wiring
Access Panel
13”
(330 mm)
Breaker Panel
Top View Hot Air Exhaust
Bottom View Cool Air Intake
Power Supply and Load wiring / conduit entry
Low-Voltage wiring / conduit entry
Left Side Panel mounting screws
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Installation
Removal of the Hinged Service Bay Door
The service bay door is hinged for easy access for low voltage wiring hookup
of DMX and analog control inputs, as well as service or replacement of the
Solid State Relays (SSR). This door may also be removed for additional
access for installation mounting.
1. Disconnect the ribbon cable connection from the Precision
Demultiplexer PCB.
2. Squeeze the two spring loaded pins together on each of the hinges.
3. Pull the door forward to remove.
Removal of the Left Side Panel
The left side panel may be removed for service access to the Phase
Reference PCB (see page 13 for details) or addition access for installation
mounting.
1. Remove the four mounting screws on the top (two) and bottom (two) of
the chassis.
2. Disconnect the ribbon cable connection from the PWM Distribution PCB.
3. Disconnect the power supply phase reference wiring connection (J1)
from the Phase Reference PCB.
4. Disconnect the fan power connections (J2, J3, and J4) from the Phase
Reference PCB.
5. Pull the panel forward to remove.
12” Minimum Clearance for Hot Air Exhaust
18” Minimum Clearance KEEP CLEAR
12” Minimum Clearance for Cool Air Intake
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Power Supply Connection Details
Three-Phase
Power Supply Input
Earth
Ground
Input
The JS-ICON™ 624 ARCH is capable of various 120V power supply
configurations. Remove the contractor wiring access panel to locate the
contractor termination section, where the required power terminals are
located. Knockouts on the top and bottom of the chassis are provided for
wire/conduit entry to the power terminals.
WARNING: Wiring termination must be done by qualified personnel only!
Power Supply Configurations - Option 1:
A
B
C
Three-Phase with Internal Dimmer/Circuit Breaker Protection
120/208 VAC, 3Ø, 5-Wire up to 40 Amps per phase. Maximum 14.4kW total.
To Phase
Reference PCB
#18 AWG Wire
Factory Wiring To Breakers 1 - 6
#12 AWG Wire
Single-Phase
Power Supply Input
Earth
Ground
Input
Use #2 to #12 AWG copper wire only, rated for 90°C minimum.
Torque power connections (A, B, C) to 5.0-5.6 NM (45-50 LB-IN).
Torque ground lug connection to 5.6 NM (50 LB-IN).
• Dimmers 1 and 2 are powered from Phase A.
• Dimmers 3 and 4 are powered from Phase B.
• Dimmers 5 and 6 are powered from Phase C.
NOTE: Power supply requires an external disconnect.
Power Supply Configurations - Option 2:
Single-Phase with Internal Dimmer/Circuit Breaker Protection
A
B
120/240 VAC, 1Ø, 4-Wire up to 60 Amps per phase. Maximum 14.4kW total.
C
To Phase
Reference PCB
#18 AWG
Wire
Factory Wiring To Breakers 1 - 6
#12 AWG Wire
Single-Phase
Power Supply Input
A
B
NOTE: Power supply requires an external disconnect.
Three-Phase to Single-Phase Conversion
Earth
Ground
Input
C
To Phase
Reference PCB
#18 AWG
Wire
Factory Wiring To Breakers 1 - 6
#12 AWG Wire
Use #2 to #12 AWG copper wire only, rated for 90°C minimum.
Torque power connections (A, C) to 5.0-5.6 NM (45-50 LB-IN).
Torque ground lug connection to 5.6 NM (50 LB-IN).
• Dimmers 1, 2, and 3 are powered from Phase A.
• Dimmers 4, 5, and 6 are powered from Phase C.
JS-ICON™ systems are shipped from the factory ready for three-phase
operation unless otherwise specified at the time of purchase. The following
steps will need to be followed to convert the JS-ICON™ from three-phase
operation to single-phase operation.
1. Remove wire #3 (red #12AWG wire, marked with black heat-shrink)
going from the B power terminal to breaker #3, and reconnect to A
power terminal (dimmers 1, 2, and 3 are now connected to Phase A).
2. Remove wire #4 (red #12AWG wire, marked with blue heat-shrink)
going from the B power terminal to breaker #4 and reconnect to C
power terminal (dimmers 4, 5, and 6 are now connected to Phase C).
3. Reconnect the red #18AWG phase reference wire to the B power
terminal.
NOTE: Be sure to set the 3-Phase/1-Phase select switch (located on the
Phase Reference Printed Circuit Board) to the correct position to ensure
proper dimming.
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Neutral Power
Input
Power Supply Connection Details
Neutral Power Distribution Block
Neutral Input: Use 350 kcmil to #6 AWG copper wire only, rated for 90°C minimum.
Torque to 31 NM (275 LB-IN).
To Phase
Reference PCB
#18 AWG Wire
Neutral Output To Load 1 - 6
Load Output:
Load Grounding Terminal
•
•
•
•
•
Earth
Ground
Output
To Load
1-6
Use #4 AWG to #14 AWG copper wire only, rated for 90°C minimum.
Torque #4 AWG to #6 AWG wire to 3.95 NM (35 LB-IN).
Torque #8 AWG wire to 2.82 NM (25 LB-IN).
Torque #10 AWG to #14 AWG wire to 2.26 NM (20 LB-IN).
Use #4 AWG to #14 AWG copper wire only, rated for 90°C minimum.
Torque #4 AWG to #6 AWG wire to 3.95 NM (35 LB-IN).
Torque #8 AWG wire to 2.82 NM (25 LB-IN).
Torque #10 AWG to #14 AWG wire to 2.26 NM (20 LB-IN).
Torque two (2) #10 AWG to #14 AWG wires to 2.82 NM (25 LB-IN).
Dimmer Output
Six (6) 2400 Watt dimmers (maximum rating 14,400 Watts at 120 VAC).
Load (Hot) Output 1 - 6
JS-ICON™ 624 ARCH dimmers are designed for high performance dimming
of standard incandescent, quartz, and dimmable (SCR/Leading-Edge)
electronic low-voltage fixtures. Remove the contractor wiring access panel to
locate the contractor termination section, where the required load terminals
are located. Knockouts on the top and bottom of the chassis are provided for
wire/conduit entry to the load terminals.
Load Output Connection Details
Load connections are terminated via six (6) tension clamp terminals.
• Use #8 AWG to #20 AWG copper wire only, rated for 90°C minimum.
• Strip 0.39” (10mm) of insulation from the end of each load conductor.
• Pry the tension clamp open by inserting a small flathead screwdriver
into the square slot.
• Insert the load conductor into the tension clamp, and remove the
flathead screwdriver.
#12 AWG Factory Wiring
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Control Input
The JS-ICON™ 624 ARCH accepts both DMX 512-A protocol and analog
0-10VDC. These control inputs are configured for HTP (highest takes
precedence) operation. DMX Data Input and DMX Data Thru is connected
via internal breakaway type connectors. Analog 0-10VDC is connected via
internal breakaway type connectors (see diagram on page 12).
POWER/DMX IN
ID
RF OUT
RADIO
CHANNEL
RESET
Wireless DMX (WDS) is optional for all JS-ICON™ Series dimming models.
The WDS (Wireless Dimming System) from City Theatrical has been selected
for its reliability and ease of use. The “WDS Kit” - supplied only by Johnson
Systems - can be easily adapted to all JS-ICON™ products. It comes complete
with a wiring harness and mounting hardware, and installs quickly. For more
information, see the JS-ICON™ Wireless DMX User Manual.
Wireless DMX Option
Status LED Indicators
POWER = Green
• ON when the on-board power supply is active, and the microcontroller is
running.
• FLASHES when there is a microcontroller failure.
• OFF when Phase-A power is off, or a power supply failure occurs.
RX
•
•
•
= Amber
ON when valid DMX signal is being received.
FLASHES when invalid DMX signal is received.
OFF when no DMX signal is present.
CONTROL LEVEL = Blue x 6 (1 per channel)
• ON when dimmer control is being received via DMX and/or analog.
• Intensity will increase with the level of control being received.
• OFF when no dimmer control levels are received via DMX and/or analog.
DMX START ADDRESS
SELECT SWITCHES
Status
LED
Indicators
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System Configuration and Setup
1. SETTING THE DMX START ADDRESS
Select the desired DMX start address for the JS-ICON™ via the three rotary
DMX START ADDRESS SELECT SWITCHES located on the panel of the
rack (as pictured on the previous page). This start address is selectable in
single channel increments from 001 through 512. All dimmers within a given
JS-ICON™ will numerically/incrementally follow the selected start address for a
total of six channels. Therefore, if the DMX start address is 001, then the JSICON™’s dimmers will be addressed as 001, 002, 003, 004, 005, and 006.
2. CONFIGURE THE MODE SELECT DIP SWITCHES
DMX TERM: MODE SELECT DIP SWITCH #1
The MODE SELECT DIP SWITCHES are located internally, on the Precision
Demultiplexer Printed Circuit Board (see page 13 for details). To access these
switches, simply open the hinged service bay door.
Setting this switch to the “ON” position activates the DMX “end-of-line”
termination. In a DMX network, the device that appears last in the daisy chain
of devices is designated as the “end of line” and must be terminated properly
to maintain the integrity of DMX data transmission. It is important that only the
“end-of-line” device is terminated.
DMX HOLD: MODE SELECT DIP SWITCH #3
Setting this switch to the “ON” position activates the DMX Hold feature. With
the loss of DMX, the JS-ICON™ will “hold” the last DMX data levels received
for 2 minutes. Setting this switch to the “OFF” position disables this feature,
and will “hold” the last DMX data levels received for 2 seconds.
DIMMER TEST: MODE SELECT DIP SWITCH #4
Setting this switch to the “ON” position activates the Dimmer Test feature.
This feature enables the selection of one dimmer, or all dimmers, to be turned
full on. Selection of the dimmer is via the rotary DMX START ADDRESS
X1 switch. Setting the DMX address to “001” through “006” turns the
corresponding dimmer output to full. Setting the DMX address to “007” turns
all dimmers outputs to full on. Setting this switch to the “OFF” position will
permit normal operation via DMX and/or analog control.
CURVE SELECT: MODE SELECT DIP SWITCH #5 AND #6
These two DIP switches allow for modification of the dimmer output curve.
Below is a selection chart including the four possible dimmer output curves.
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DIP SWITCH #5
DIP SWITCH #6
DIMMER CURVE
OFF
OFF
Square Law (Factory Default)
OFF
ON
Direct Drive
ON
OFF
Channel 1 functions as non-dim with a 50% threshold trigger.
Channels 2 - 6 are assigned as Square Law.
ON
ON
All dimmers function as non-dims with a 50% threshold trigger.
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Basic JS-ICON Troubleshooting
Fault/Complaint
Status LED Indicators
Possible Reason/Fix
No output (all circuits).
Power LED Off.
No power to system. Check main breaker.
No output (all circuits).
Power LED Flashes.
Microcontroller failure. Contact factory.
No output (all circuits).
Power LED On, RX LED Off.
No DMX signal is present.
No output (all circuits).
Power LED On, RX LED Flashes.
Invalid DMX signal is received.
No output (all circuits).
Power LED On, RX LED On,
Control Level LED’s Off.
Verify correct DMX Start Address is set.
No output (all circuits).
All LED’s On.
Dimmer circuit breakers off or tripped. Check
breakers.
No output (one or
more circuits).
All LED’s On.
Dimmer circuit breaker(s) off or tripped.
Check breakers.
Internal hardware failure. Contact factory.
Burnt out lamp(s) or defective fixture.
Replace with known good fixture and lamp.
Light(s) do not dim,
on/off only.
All LED’s On.
JS-ICON™ configured as a “non-dim”. Check
DIP switch settings.
JS-ICON™ incorrectly wired. Verify contractor
wiring and power type (1-phase or 3-phase).
Confirm model number power requirement.
Contact factory.
Lights on circuits 3
and 4 do not dim,
on/off only.
All LED’s On.
JS-ICON™ incorrectly wired. Verify contractor
wiring and power type (1-phase or 3-phase).
Verify 1-phase/3-phase switch is set for the
correct incoming power supply type.
Light(s) will not dim
out completely.
All LED’s On.
Control levels present on DMX. Check DMX.
Lights stuck on.
Power LED On, RX LED On,
Control Level LED’s Off.
Defective SSR. Replace SSR power pack.
Lights off, no control.
Power LED On, RX LED On,
Control Level LED’s On.
Dimmer circuit breaker(s) off or tripped.
Check breakers.
Analog signal present. Remove analog
signal source and re-check.
Burnt out lamp(s) or defective fixture.
Replace with known good fixture or lamp.
Defective SSR. Replace SSR power pack.
Lights flickering.
Power LED On, RX LED On,
Control Level LED’s On or Off.
Defective SSR. Replace SSR power pack.
Lights flickering.
Power LED On, RX LED On,
Control Level LED’s flickering
between On and Off.
Noise on DMX line. Verify DMX termination
is correct for the system.
Noise on analog inputs. Disconnect analog
inputs and re-check.
Defective SSR. Replace SSR power pack.
WARNING: Ensure all power is disconnected prior to servicing! All
servicing of this product should be performed by authorized personnel only!
Unauthorized service may void the warranty!
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Precision Demultiplexer Printed Circuit Board
DMX INPUT/THRU Connection (J11)
This internal DMX connection may be used alternatively to the external
5-Pin XLR connectors. It is also the location used for connection of the
wireless DMX receiver option.
MODE SELECT DIP SWITCHES
Provides system configuration options (see page 10 for details).
+5VDC and +15VDC Power Supply Output Connection (J8)
This connection supplies power for external devices. The +5VDC supply
is normally used for powering the wireless DMX receiver option, while the
+15VDC supply may be used for other external devices. External devices
should not exceed the maximum combined current draw of 200mA.
0-10VDC Analog Inputs with +12VDC Power Supply (J9)
This connection is the location to land the 0-10VDC analog inputs.
“ANA1” through “ANA6” controls dimmer 1 through dimmer 6 respectively.
This connection also provides a +12VDC power supply normally used for
powering external analog devices. External devices should not exceed the
maximum combined current draw of 200mA.
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Phase Reference Printed Circuit Board
3-Phase/1-Phase Select Switch (SW1)
This switch enables selection of 3-Phase or 1-Phase operation of the JSICON™ . If this switch is not in the correct position, dimmers 3 and 4 will not
dim correctly and appear as though they are non-dim. Refer to 3-Phase to
1-Phase conversion directions on page 6 for more details.
DC Power Supply Fuse (F1)
This fuse protects the on-board switch mode DC power supply from overcurrent. If the “POWER” LED is not illuminating, and AC power is present on
phase A, check the fuse by removing the fuse holder cap and inspecting, or
measure continuity. If the fuse needs to be replaced, only use a fuse rated
the same as the original GDC 250mA 250V fuse.
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Notes
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User Manual
JS-ICON™ Series Dimmers
Spring 2007
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