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LIGHTING-FLOW DIMMER STABILIZER.
USER’S MANUAL
L I G H T I N G F LO W D I M M E R S TA B I L I Z E R S
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S TAT I C I N V E R T E R S
GENERAL INDEX
1.
INTRODUCtioN.
1.1.
1.2.
1.2.1.
1.2.2.
1.2.3.
Gratefulness letter.
Using this manual.
Used symbols and conventions.
For more information and/or help.
Safety and first aid.
2.
QUALITY AND STANDARD GUARANTEE.
2.1. Management declaration.
2.2. standard.
2.3. Environment.
3.
PresentaTIOn.
3.1.viEws and legends.
3.1.1 Views of all formats of the equipment.
3.1.2. Corresponding legends to the equipment views.
3.1.3. Control card BM491*, AC/DC power supply or digital I/O (option).
3.2.nomenclaturE AND STRUCTURAL DIAGRAM.
3.2.1. Nomenclature.
3.3.- Description of the system.
3.3.1.- Introduction.
3.3.2.- Structural diagram.
3.3.3.- Constructive blocks.
3.3.4.- Operating principle.
3.3.5.- Formats or finishes.
3.3.6.- Versions.
3.4.- OpTIONAL.
3.4.1.- Lightning arrestor of 6,5 kA for input and/or output.
3.4.2.- Manual Bypass switch.
3.4.3.- Control card BM491*00, digital I/O.
3.4.4.- SICRES communication card.
3.4.5.- GSM/GPRS modem.
4.-
INSTALLAtIoN.
4.1.- Important safety instructions.
4.2.- Reception of the equipment.
4.2.1.- Unpacking and content checking.
4.2.2.- Storage.
4.2.3.- Location.
4.3.-assembling of the different formats and versions.
4.4.-cooling.
4.5.- RECOMMENDED PROTECTIONS AND CROSS CABLE SECTIONS.
4.5.1.- Recommended protections.
4.5.2.- Recommended cross cable sections.
4.5.3.- Installation diagrams.
4.6.- WIRING.
4.6.1.- Connecting power supply.
4.6.2.- Connecting remote control, saving order.
4.6.3.- Connecting remote control, Bypass order
4.6.4.- Connecting output.
4.6.5.- Power supply of control card BM491*.
4.6.6.- Connection of the coil of headline contactor.
4.6.7.- Manual Bypass.
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4.7.-
Selector for On-Off automatic / start up (On), manual /
output voltage Off.
4.8.-communication bus of MoDULeS and Ports.
5.-
OPERATING.
5.1.-start up and shutdown.
5.1.1.- Controls before starting up.
5.1.2.- Start up.
5.1.3.- Complete shutdown of the equipment.
5.1.4.- Manual Bypass.
5.2.-optical led Indicators.
5.3.- SETTINGS.
6.- CONTROL panel with LCD.
6.1.- Definition of keyboard and its operating.
6.2.-basic functions of keyboard from synoptic.
6.3.-screen description.
6.3.1.- Main screen «Start».
6.3.2.- Menu «Measurements» (Screen 1.1).
6.3.3.- Menu «Alarms» (screen 2.1).
6.3.4.- Menu «Data logger» (Screen 3.1).
6.3.5.- Menu «General parameters» (Screen 4.1).
6.3.6.- Menu «ILUEST+ parameters» (Screen 5.1).
6.3.7.- Menu «Relay setting» (Screen 6.1).
6.3.8.- Menu «Time scheduler» (Screen 7.1).
6.3.9.- Menu «Astronomical clock» (Screen 8.1).
6.3.10.- Menu «Energy counters» (Screen 9.1).
6.3.11.- Menu «Password» (Screen 10.1).
7.-
MAiNTENance, warranty and service.
7.1.- BASIC MAINTENANCE GUIDE.
7.2.- TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE (F.A.Q.).
7.2.1.- If the equipment doesn't start up.
7.2.2.- If the equipment is on Bypass.
7.3.-replacing one module from ILUEST+ set.
7.4.- WARRANTY CONDITIONS.
7.4.1.- Covered product.
7.4.2.- Warranty terms.
7.4.3.- Out of scope of supply.
7.5.-available maintenance and service contracts.
7.6.- TECHNICAL SERVICE NETWORK.
8.-
ANNEXES.
8.1.- GENERAL TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.
8.2. PARTICULAR TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.
8.3.- GlossarY.
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1. INTRODUCtioN.
1.2.1.
Used symbols and conventions.
«Warning» symbol. Carefully read the indicated paragraph
and take the stated prevention measures.
1.1.
Gratefulness letter.
We would like to thank you in advance for the trust you have placed
in us by purchasing this product. Read this instruction manual carefully before starting up the equipment and keep it for any possible
future consult that can arise.
«Danger of electrical discharge» symbol. Pay special attention to it, both in the indication on the equipment and in
the paragraph referred to this user’s manual.
«Main protective earthing terminal» symbol. Connect
the earth cable coming from the installation to this terminal.
We remain at you entire disposal for any further information or any
query you should wish to make.
Yours sincerely.
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ˆˆ The equipment here described can cause important physical
damages due to wrong handling. This is why, the installation, maintenance and/or fixing of the here described equipment must be done by our staff or specifically authorised.
ˆˆ According to our policy of constant evolution, we reserve
the right to modify the specifications in part or in whole
without forewarning.
ˆˆ All reproduction or third party concession of this manual is
prohibited without the previous written authorization of our
firm.
1.2.
Using this manual.
The target of this manual is to give explanations and procedures for the
installation and operating of the equipment. This manual has to be
read carefully before installing and operating it. Keep this manual for future consults.
This equipment has to be installed by qualified staff and, the
simple help of this manual, it can usable by personnel without
specific training.
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«Earth bonding terminal». Connect the earth cable coming
from the installation to this terminal.
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«Notes of information» symbol. Additional topics that
complement the basic procedures.
Preservation of the environment: The presence of this
symbol in the product or in their associated documentation
states that, when its useful life is expired, it will not be disposed together with the domestic residuals. In order to avoid possible damages to the environment, separate this product from other
residuals and recycle it suitably. The users can contact with their
provider or with the pertinent local authorities to be informed on
how and where they can take the product to be recycled and/or
disposed correctly.
1.2.2. For more information and/or help.
For more information and/or help of the version of your specific unit,
request it to our Service and Technical Support (S.T.S.).
1.2.3. Safety and first aid.
Together with the equipment and this «User and installation manual»,
it is provided the information regarding to «Safety instructions» (See
document EK266*08). Before proceeding to the installation or commissioning, check that both information are available; otherwise
request them. It is obligatory the compliance of the «Safety instructions», being the user the legal responsible regarding to its observance. Once read, keep them for future consults that can arise.
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2. QUALITY AND STANDARD GUARANTEE.
2.1.
2.2. standard.
The ILUEST+ product is designed, manufactured and commercialized in accordance with the standard EN ISO 9001 of Quality Assurance. The
marking shows the conformity to the EEC Directive
(quoted between brackets) by means of the application of the following standards
Management declaration.
Our target is the client’s satisfaction, therefore this Management
has decided to establish a Quality and Environmental policy, by
means of installation a Quality and Environmental Management
System that becomes us capable to comply the requirements demanded by the standard ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 and by our Clients and concerned parts too.
Likewise, the enterprise Management is committed with the development and improvement of the Quality and Environmental Management System, through:
• The communication to all the company about the importance of satisfaction both in the client’s requirements and in the legal and regulations
• The Quality and Environmental Policy diffusion and the fixation
of the Quality and Environment targets.
• 2006/95/EC Low voltage directive.
• 2004/108/EC Electromagnetic Compatibility directive (EMC)
In accordance with the specifications of the harmonized standards.
Norms as reference:
• UNE-AENOR EA0032-2007: Test report for lighting flow
dimmer stabilizers equipments at headline. General and safety
requirements of the central laboratory of electrotechnic (LCOE),
report nr 20080710300.
• IEC 62041: Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC).
• UNE-AENOR EA0033-2007: Test report for lighting flow
dimmer stabilizers equipments at headline. Operating requirement from official central laboratory of electrotechnic (LCOE),
report nr 200807100299.
• To carry out revisions by the Management.
• To provide the needed resources.
2.3. Management agent.
The Management has designated as management agent the person
in charge about the Quality and Environment department, who with
independence of other responsibilities, has the responsibility and authority to assure that the processes of the quality and environmental
management system are established and maintained; to inform to the
Management about the operating of the quality and environmental
management system, including the necessities for the improvement;
and to promote the knowledge of the client’s requirements and environmental requirements at all the levels of the organization.
In the next PROCESS MAP is represented the interaction among all
the processes of the Quality and Environmental System:
Environment.
This product has been designed to respect the environment and has
been manufactured in accordance with the standard ISO 14001.
Equipment recycling at the end of its useful life:
Our company commits to use the services of authorised societies
and according to the regulations, in order to treat the recovered
product at the end of its useful life (contact your distributor).
Packing:
To recycle the packing, follow the legal regulations in
force.
CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PROCEDURE /
MANAGEMENT REVISION
QUALITY
MANAGEMENT
PROCESS
ENVIRONMENT
MANAGEMENT
PROCESS
R & D PROCESS
TECHNICAL OFFICE
PROCESS
CLIENT:
- PRODUCT
- SERVICE
CLIENTS
COMMERCIAL
PROCESS
PRODUCTION
PROCESS
INTERNAL LOGISTICS PROCESS
MAINTENANCE PROCESS
TRAINING PROCESS
Fig. 1.
Process map of Quality and environmental system.
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3. PresentaTIOn.
3.1.
viEws and legends.
3.1.1Views of all formats of the equipment.
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Figures 2 and 3 show the views of (OEM) format, figures 4 and 5 the
indoor one (T) and 6 the outdoor one (I).
The figures only show all the connecting and manoeuvring parts
that the fitter and/or user should know and/or manoeuvre for its
correct installation, commissioning and operating (start up, shutdown, Manual Bypass operating, ...).
Regarding the views of ILUEST+ in outdoor format (I), see figure 4
for horizontal indoor format (4), because the outdoor format (I) has an
indoor format (T) basically, which is inside of an enclosure with IP54
protection degree.
For furthermore details regarding of the modules views see figures
2 and 3.
Regarding the legends related with the numbering of all figures see
next section 3.1.2.
(SW1)
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
(Tm)
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(15)
(16)
(t2)
(Ps)
(Cb)
(2U)
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(1R)
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Note over the
terminal strip (17).
COM. Common
NC
Normally closed
NO
Normally open
(9a)
(SW1)
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(18)
(9)
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(15)
(16)
(2U)
(2N)
(1R)
(1N)
Module with LCD. Format No 1.
Fig. 2. Single phase views in (OEM) format No 1 with and without front cover (Tm).
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()
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()
()
()
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Note over the
terminal strip (17).
COM. Common
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(17)
(18)
(9)
(Tm)
(t2)
(Ps)
(Cb)
(1R)
(1N)
(15)
(16)
(2N)
(2U)
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Fig. 3. Single phase views in (OEM) format No 2 with and without front cover (Tm).
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"A"
(12)
(9)
(Tm)
(t2)
(t1)
(Tb)
(10SL)
(10SC)
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Fig. 4. Views for horizontal indoor format (T).
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Factory default selection of the direction of the modules:
1
2
(phase R) - (0R)
(phase S) - (0S)
3
(phase T) - (0T )
(t2)
(Ps)
(7)
(10SL)
(4)
(10SC)
(14)
(8)
(1N)
(1R)
(1S)
(1T )
(2N)
(2U)
(2V )
(2W )
( )
Extended detail of the frontal view of the ILUEST+ in execution indoor (T) in horizontal format and
without the protection terminal cover (Tb)
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Factory default selection of the direction of the modules:
See detail
"A"
(12)
(9)
1 (phase R) - (0R)
2 (phase S) - (0S)
(Tm)
(t2)
(Ps)
(t3)
(10SL)
(10SC)
(7)
(8)
(4)
3 (phase T) - (0T )
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(2W )
(2V )
(2U)
(2N)
(1N)
(1R)
(1S)
(1T )
(11)
(phase R) - (0R)
(phase S) - (0S)
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
Detail "A"
Fig. 5. Views for vertical indoor format (TW)
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(Pf)
(Cl)
Fig. 6. Views for outdoor execution (I), with the front door closed (Pf).
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3.1.2.
(0)
Corresponding legends to the equipment views.
Single phase module ILUEST+. In three phase equipments
there is one per phase (0R), (0S) and (0T ).
(1N) Neutral input terminal N.
(1R) Phase input terminal R.
(1S) Phase input terminal S.
(1T ) Phase input terminal T.
(2N) Neutral output terminal N.
(2U) Phase output terminal U.
(2V ) Phase output terminal V.
(2W ) Phase output terminal W.
( ) Main earthing protection terminal.
(4)
Two or four poles input switch (Positions: O and 1).
(7)
Manual bypass switch make before break (Optional).
- Position «1», lighting supplied by mains (Bypass).
- Position «2», lighting supplied by ILUEST.
(8)
Control card, AC/DC power supply BM491*01 or I/O digital
BM491*00 (Optional).
(9)
RJ connector for RS-232.
(9a) RJ connector for RS-485 (Optional on the LCD panel).
(10SL) Slot for SICRES card.
(10SC) SICRES card (Optional).
(11) Fans, forced cooling.
(12) Control panel:
(LCD) LCD panel.
( )Key «ENTER».
( )Key «ESC».
()Key move up.
()Key move down.
()Key move to right.
()Key move to left.
(13) Led optical indications:
(a)
Red led indicator for «Bypass».
(b)
Red led indicator for «Alarm».
(c)
Green led indicator for «Status».
(d)
Yellow led indicator for «Communications»..
(e)
Yellow led indicator for «Local Bypass».
(f)
Yellow led indicator for «Local saving».
(14) Power supply terminals for coil contactor (equipments with
Manual Bypass only (7)).
(15) Terminal strip for saving order in module «Save On».
(16) Terminal strip for bypass order in module «Bypass On».
(17) Terminal strip for ON/OFF manoeuvring, headline contactor.
(18) Power supply jack of LCD control panel of module.
(Cb) Communication bus connector of each module.
(Cl) Handle to open-close the front door of the cabinet by means
of bolts (outdoor format (I)).
(Fc) Cable of 10 pins for communication between modules.
(Pf) Front door with shelf (outdoor format (I)).
(Ps) Module cover rim (0).
(SW1)Dipswitch to set the module address.
(Tb) Cover for connecting parts (formats (T) and (I)).
(Tm) Cover for connecting parts and setting (format (OEM)).
(t1) Bolts for cover fixing (Tb).
(t2) Bolt for module cover fixing (Tm).
(t3) Bolts for module fixing.
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3.1.3.
Control card BM491*, AC/DC power supply or digital
I/O (option).
This card has two versions depending on its function:
• A basic one and as simple AC/DC power supply that allows
feeding the LCD panel and SICRES card option. This version is
standard in all units with formats indoor (T) and outdoor (I) and
it is integrated in the equipment (see figure 7).
• Optional with digital I/O that replaces the basic one in formats
(T) and outdoor (I). As well as being a AC/DC power supply,
it has the available ports to communicate ILUEST+ with the
environment (see figure 8).
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CN 2. Signal bus, coming from synoptic control.
CN1. Single phase (R-N) or three
phase (R-S-T-N) power supply.
Take it from headline contactor
input.
(*) CN9. Order to force the unit to
Bypass
(*) CN10. Order to force the unit
to saving.
Fig. 7.
Standard control card BM491*01, AC/DC power supply (Basic for format (T) and (I).
CN 2. Signal bus, coming from synoptic control.
CN1. Single phase (R-N) or three
phase (R-S-T-N) power supply.
Take it from headline contactor
input.
(*) CN9. Order to force the unit to .
(*) CN10. Order to force the unit
to saving.
CN 6. 4 digital outputs. Switched contacts of 4 internal
relays in the PCB (RL2, RL3,
RL4 and RL5). Each one of this
relay can be set to any alarm
available in the menu «RELAY
SETTING».
CN13. RJ45, RS-485 channel
CN11. 5 digital inputs.
CN12. DB9, RS-232 channel
(*) CN9 and CN10. Order to force the unit to bypass and/or saving (use a dry contact to close the circuit -NEVER APPLY
VOLTAGE-).
Fig. 8. Control card BM491*00, with digital I/O (Optional).
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3.2.nomenclaturE AND STRUCTURAL DIAGRAM.
3.2.1.
Nomenclature.
Single phase ILUEST+ series.
NE+ 10-2IBMD/D-COM2 220V 60Hz “EE84526”
2
COM
LCD (*)
D/D
BM
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NE+
Kit NE+
Special equipment “EE”.
Frequency if it is not 50Hz.
Voltage if it is not 230V.
Digital inputs, relay interface, RS-232 and 485.
SICRES communication card.
Control panel with LCD.
Lightning arrestor 6,5 kA, at input and/or output.
Manual bypass.
Outdoor format.
Indoor format
No indication for OEM format (Kit NE+).
First character of voltage.
Power of the equipment in kVA.
NE+ series.
For OEM format (fitter).
ILUEST+ three phase series.
NET+ 10-3IBMD/DW-COM2 3X380V 60Hz “EE84526”
Special equipment “EE”.
Frequency if it is not 50Hz.
Voltage if it is not 3X400V.
2
Digital inputs, relay interface, RS-232 and 485.
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Communication card.
LCD (*) Control panel with LCD.
W
Vertical version.
No indication for horizontal version.
D/D
Lightning arrestor 6,5 kA at input and/or output.
BM
Manual Bypass.
I
Outdoor format.
T
Indoor format.
No indication for OEM format (Kit NET+).
First character of voltage.
Power of the equipment in kVA.
NET+ NET+ series.
Kit NET+For OEM format (fitter).
(*) Each equipment is supplied from factory with only one LCD, so
a three phase system, only one module will have it.
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The first abbreviation means, as well as the denomination of
the equipment, is electrical nature: NET+ for three phase
units and NE+ for single phase units.
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3.3.-
Description of the system.
3.3.3.- Constructive blocks.
3.3.1.- Introduction.
ILUEST+ is an electronic dimmer-stabilizer system of alternating
voltage to control and dim the lighting flow in lighting installations.
That control of lighting flow allows obtaining both an energy saving
and high comfort in the street lighting.
Also, by just only stabilizing the power supply of the lighting, the
lamp lifetime is prolonged notably, because in normal conditions
they are exposed to mains fluctuations and indirectly, there is a
saving in the electrical energy when the power supply to the lamps
is stabilized.
ILUEST+ is a chopper power converter. By doing a certain Duty
Cycle, there will be a concrete alternating voltage level at the output
without needing to modulate the cycle to get a sinewave voltage,
because there is not any rectifier and conversion to direct current.
The converters of those stabilizers are bi-directional, and they
are provided with parts to recover the reactive current feedback
to mains, because the typical lighting installation (with discharge
lamps of mercury or sodium vapour gas) are always reactive (leading
or lagging depending on the compensated degree of power factor
and operating voltage), and non-linear with harmonic currents.
All converters will be both semiconductor devices managed through
switching and bi-directionals.
In three phase dimmer-stabilizers, each module that make up
ILUEST+ works in an independent way, one per each phase, so
each one will correct the fluctuations of that phase only.
3.3.2.- Structural diagram.
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BYPASS
DRIVERS
Bypass order
Saving order
Vout
CONTROL
POWER SUPPLY
Fig. 9. ILUEST+ single line diagram.
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SYNOPTIC
EMI INPUT FILTER.
The equipment has an EMI filter at the input to avoid reinjecting
the electrical noise generated by its switching to the mains. The
filtered voltage is taken from both Bypass directly and from a fuse
to the converter.
VARISTORS PROTECTION (MOV).
The equipment has varistors at both input and output to avoid transient voltages that could damage the unit. Those varistors are protected by fuses to avoid their destruction by high or prolonged input
overvoltages.
REGULATOR WITH BUCK AC CONVERTER.
Basically, the differences as regard a Buck converter in DC systems
is to replace the single direction switching parts by bi-directional
parts and to establish strategies or methods of triggering that allows managing lagging-leading currents phase shifted with voltage.
In AC systems with inductive or capacitive loads, there are currents
that flow from mains to load and from load to mains through the
equipment, so it has to allow the flow in both directions. This is why
diodes can't be used as switching parts; they have to be replaced
by IGBTs, which make to define a triggering system suitable to the
voltage polarity at each moment.
So far, we have referred to a single phase stabilizer for AC. In case
of a three phase device, it is compulsory to treble the involved
parts, less the LCD panel and communication card because they
are common for all phases.
In lighting of big centers, like streets, car parks or highways, the
energy distribution is usually done in three phase. The described
equipments, starting from single phase devices and thanks to its
modular structure, can be easily built in three phase stabilizers,
which is made of three independent modules connected in star
configuration, so one, two or three phases can operate at different
levels if it were required.
POWER SUPPLY.
The power supply of the control of the equipment is fed from input.
It is a flyback power supply with multiple output winding that supply
all control parts and front LEDs, also it has a multivibrator, which
feeds several feedforward transformers of ferrite to create the
needed voltage for the IGBT drivers.
CONTROL.
The control has a microprocessor of last generation that uses digital
control techniques to achieve an output voltage with good accuracy
and response time. Also the control acquire measurements, generates the PWM signal for controlling the output voltage, manages
the overloads and wrong situations, controls the Bypass, controls
the synoptic and serial communications. Also there are some light
indicators to display the status of the regulator in an easy way.
BYPASS.
In normal conditions, the output of the regulator is supplied from converter output or in case of faults or overloads it is fed from input voltage.
The Bypass technology is based on a hybrid switching technology plus a
solid state switch (IGBT), which gives robustness to the manoeuvring,
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with no transfer time and no looping currents to guarantee the lack of
transients and overcurrents during the switching.
Bypass is active by default, so if the control doesn't turn it off, it will
still be connected. Also it can be set to automatic or manual through
an external input because we can force it through it. Furthermore
it is reversible, so when the cause that activated it is cancelled the
unit will return back to normal operating.
Conditions to force the automatic shifting to bypass are:
•
•
•
•
•
Overtemperature, detected by internal sensors.
Output overload.
Faulty IGBTs
Output voltage fault.
Manual activation.
DRIVERS.
Drivers trigger the IGBTs of voltage regulator and they have an individual protection system per each IGBT by reading the saturation
voltage of the transistor and taking the needed actions in consequence.
LED INDICATORS AND SYNOPTIC WITH LCD PANEL.
All modules have six led indicators that light when its function is activated, additionally in each equipment, either single phase or three
phase, there is a LCD panel, where in three phase units is a common
part for all the modules of the system.
By means of this LCD panel, the status of the equipment can be known
in real time like measurements, active alarms, data logger (list of the
last 200 events), status and setting of the parameters, dry contact setting, timer and astronomical clock activation and setting, as well as the
energy counters.
CONTROL CARD BM491*.
This card is not shown in the single line diagram of figure 9, because
it doesn't belong to the basic structure, but although it is not fitted
in all formats it has to be described. There are two versions, depending on its function:
• A basic one that is standard in all units with formats indoor (T)
and outdoor (I) and it is integrated in the equipment.
ˆˆ AC/DC power supply instead, for feeding the LCD panel and
another one for feeding the SICRES card.
ˆˆ 1 input for Bypass order.
ˆˆ 1 input for saving order.
ˆˆ Power supply of the contactor coil.
(OEM) format, is provided with an AC/DC power supply instead, for feeding the LCD panel and another one for feeding
the SICRES card. These power supplies have to be connected
to AC outlets directly and to the female DC jack connector of
synoptic and SICRES respectively.
• Optional with digital I/O that replaces the basic one in formats
(T) and outdoor (I). In addition to the benefits of the basic card
it has the available ports to communicate ILUEST+ with the
environment, where there are:
ˆˆ 1 RS232 communication channel.
ˆˆ 1 RS485 RS232 communication channel.
ˆˆ 5 digital inputs.
ˆˆ 5 dry contacts (including headline contactor control).
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Version with communication channels can be implemented from
factory or in next future when would be required. Just consider
that (OEM) format and due its structure, the communication
card will be located beside the module and inside its enclosure
or under an IP20 protection degree as minimum.
3.3.4.- Operating principle.
Dimmer stabilizer is installed at the beginning of the lighting line, either in the feeder pillar or in separate case, it is not needed any additional control wiring till the lamps (see fig.17 and 18 «Circuit diagram
of typical installation», as an example they show two three phase installations and differentiated by the equipment format and therefore
by the control card built in).
When the equipment receives voltage, it starts the daily duty cycle
(see fig.10), doing a "soft start" of the installation, and starting from
210 V and keeping this level for 2' 30'', after this period time starts the
rise ramp till reaching the 220 V nominal in 5 minutes more. During
all this start process, the voltage is stabilized at its corresponding
values.
The values of voltage, time and speed ramp can be set.
Un (V)
220 V
210 V
Saving level 1
Saving level 2
0 1 2
3 4
5 6
7
t
0.- Start up of the system.
1.- Warming up "soft ramp" starts.
2.- Nominal level.
3.- Saving order input is activated. Saving "soft ramp" starts.
4.- Saving level, it depends on the type of lamp.
5.- Saving order is deactivated and returns back to nominal level, also in "soft
ramp".
6.- Nominal level operating till is turning off
7.- Daily turning off.
Fig. 10. ILUEST+ operating cycle.
Once the start up process is ended, the equipment will keep supplying stabilized voltage to the installation at nominal level, meanwhile the saving order is not activated. This order will come from an
external device (timer, astronomical clock, remote control, manual
activation, ...), which will be connected to the stated terminal strip
of the equipment labelled as «Remote control». Afterwards a procedure of «saving in soft ramp» is started that takes, approx., 10
minutes, till the saving voltage.
This procedure can be repeated as many times as it were set, as
well as there were mains blackouts or power failures.
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3.3.5.- Formats or finishes.
ILUEST+ is showed in three formats or finishes, starting from the
most basic one (OEM) and thanks to its modular structure:
• Format (OEM) -original equipment manufactured-. Protection degree IP20. Assembled in galvanised sheeted steel with
painted covers in Epoxy coat of RAL-7032 colour with silkscreen.
Designed to make its adaptation in control centers more flexible.
Basic version is one module with LED to control one phase, so a
three phase system is based on three modules (OEM). Nevertheless one of the three modules of the three phase system has
LCD panel as interface between the equipment and user, like
the single module for single phase installations.
(OEM) module/s will be fixed in vertical position with the supplied supports:
ˆˆ Directly to the wall.
ˆˆ Inside of a metallic or plastic (like polyester) enclosure.
Each (OEM) module is supplied in unitary packing. So, three
phase systems will se supplied with three independent packing,
as well as another packing with the following parts for OEM Kit
(See figure A):
ˆˆ Single OEM Kit (see figure 14):
–– 1 AC/DC transformer power supply for LCD panel control.
–– 2 galvanised steel supports " type A", for vertical fixing.
Bottom and top supports.
–– 1 CD with all the information (manuals, warranty,...).
ˆˆ Three phase OEM Kit (see figure 15):
–– 1 AC/DC transformer power supply for LCD panel control.
–– 1 galvanised steel support " type B", for vertical fixing
the three modules. Top support.
–– 3 galvanised steel supports " type A", for vertical fixing
each module. Bottom supports.
–– "Communication bus" cable with three connectors.
–– 1 CD with all the information (manuals, warranty,...).
See the description in indoor format (T), regarding the cooling.
• Indoor format (T) with protection degree IP20, in horizontal or
vertical (W) formats.
Standard configuration for a three phase indoor equipment:
ˆˆ Three (OEM) modules, two with leds and one with LCD
panel.
ˆˆ Four poles input switch.
ˆˆ Terminal strip, and control card BM491* used as AC/DC
power supply.
ˆˆ A metallic subchassis made of galvanised steel with covers.
It is used as metallic protection enclosure, over it the modules and parts are fixed.
All the standardised optional of this user's manual, has a
specific location inside the equipment less the GSM/GPRS
modem and its antenna.
ˆˆ 1 CD is supplied with all the information (manuals, warranty,...).
Dedicated to be installed in the own distribution, protection and
control panel, over the floor or pedestal, or hanged up with the
right mediums, but never outdoors.
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In any case, the cooling air volume (stated in table 4) has to
be respected for each power, considering that the forced air
cooling is taken from front and canalized till its exhausting
through the top cover.
The cooling air of the equipment can't be feedback when it installed inside the feeder pillar, because the internal temperature
would increase till block it and leave it out of service. It is essential to leave the same cross cable section for inlet and outlet
air in the feeder pillar.
Enclosures like feeder pillars, will have overtures for
ILUEST+ forced cooling, without endanger the standard
meeting as regards of protection degree.
• Outdoor format (I). It is a ILUEST+ with (T) format but built
in a enclosure with protection degree IP54. Designed to be located outdoors. They do not require additional enclosures due
to their protection degree.
Do not locate the equipment in areas exposed to floods.
3.3.6.-Versions.
ILUEST+ is presented in three versions, structured in incremental
mode, so any version with higher range preserve the functionalities
of the previous one and has new ones.
• Basic version. Equipment with led synoptic: Bypass, alarm,
cycle, communications, saving and manual bypass.
This version is not commercialised, less as spare part in a three
phase system because it is based on two basic (OEM) units
and one (OEM) unit with LCD.
• LCD version. This version corresponds to a single (OEM)
equipment or to "Master" module of the three phase system.
Regulator equipment with LCD panel for local communication.
Integrated by:
ˆˆ LCD panel. It provides information of input / output voltages, frequency, load and saving percentage levels, output
currents, power factor, data logger alarms, ..., and includes
timer and astronomical clock.
• Digital I/O version. Regulator equipment with LCD panel for local
communication. Integrated by:
ˆˆ Control card BM491*00. Connection interface for 5 digital
inputs and 5 digital outputs, RS-232 and RS-485 ports and
inputs for saving and bypass orders. It includes timer, astronomical clock and data logger.
• COM version. Equipment with LCD version plus SICRES card for
remote communication.
ˆˆ SICRES card. Interface for Ethernet networks with TCP-IP
and SNMP protocols and GSM / GPRS and RTC modems.
It is possible to make any ILUEST+ format with any version of the
equipment. Tables 1, 2 and 3 show the standardized configurations,
relating the formats with versions.
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3.4.-
OpTIONAL.
3.4.4.- SICRES communication card.
3.4.1.- Lightning arrestor of 6,5 kA for input and/or output.
After the varistors (MOV) already installed at the input and output in
each module, it is the top level in lightning arrestor protection. Also
it can have indicators when it is activated and auxiliary contacts for
its telemanagement.
3.4.2.- Manual Bypass switch.
Internal or external manual Bypass switch of 2 positions can be
supplied, which allows to select to feed the loads from mains
directly (position 1), or through the ILUEST+ (position 2).
The switch is make before break, so there will not be any break in
the loads during the changing in the position of the switch.
U
R
(OEM) Module
SICRES communication card is able to provide a communication
interface for ethernet networks with TCP-IP and SNMP protocols,
GSM/GRPS modem and RTC modem.
RS-232 is not multiconnection (see manual EK764*01), so if this
channel is gone to be used for any purpose, it will not be possible
to make additional connections although the other connectors were
available.
In (OEM) format:
• The SICRES card is supplied inside a metallic box. It is advisable
to fix it to the wall or on some solid unremovable support.
This card communicates with the ILUEST+ across the port
RS-232, given in a conector RJ and next to the panel of control
with display LCD. His power supply will be realized by means of
the source given AC/DC and through the foreseen jack.
In (I) or (T) format:
• Equipment with slot for SICRES card. Just remove the protection cover and insert the communication card into the slot and
it will run.
3.4.5.- GSM/GPRS modem.
INPUT
OUTPUT
V
S
(OEM) Module
W
T
(OEM) Module
N
N
Input switch
It is in charge of doing the remote transmission of the parameters
managed by SICRES card.
GSM/GPRS modem connection is used to have remote access to
the equipment.
Depending on the contracted service, there will be access to the
monitoring or to control the number of equipments installed (telemaintenance).
Manual Bypass switch
Fig. 11. Bypass manual connection diagram.
This switch, two poles for single phase units or four poles for three
phase units, makes easier the maintenance tasks and it has an additional auxiliary contact to keep the headline contactor of the installation ON, so in indoor or tunnels installations the maintenance
of any type can be done without turning off the lighting.
User can install an external manual Bypass make before break or
break before make depending on his requirements, although the
first one is the most advisable (see figure 11).
3.4.3.- Control card BM491*00, digital I/O.
This card concentrates all communication and control connections like:
• RS-232 (there will be two RS-232 connectors physically, one in
DB9 and the other one in RJ, but only one can be used).
• RS-485.
• Programming alarm dry contacts (in case of having the LCD panel).
• Digital inputs.
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ILUEST+ single phase (OEM).
ILUEST+ three phase (OEM).
Figure A. Representative example of provided material for single phase and three phase (OEM) equipments.
ILUEST+ (OEM) CONFIGURATIONS
CONFIGURATION
FUNCTIONALITIES
Module
+ LCD panel
+ AC/DC power supply for LCD panel
Module
+ LCD panel
+ AC/DC power supply for LCD
panel
Module
+ LCD panel
+ AC/DC power supply for LCD
panel
+ SICRES card
+ AC/DC power supply for SICRES card
+ SICRES card
+ AC/DC power supply for
SICRES card
+ GSM/GPRS modem
+ AC/DC power supply for
GSM/GPRS modem
+ Antenna
Lighting flow and saving
+ Measurement visualisation
and parameter setting of the
equipment
+ Control over the headline
contactor
+ Saving and bypass orders
+ Timer and astronomical clock
COMMUNICATIONS
RS-232 with complete three
phase ModBus map
Ethernet TCP/IP communication
(web server at SICRES card)
Ethernet TCP/IP communication
(web server at SICRES card)
+ Remote GSM/GPRS communication through internet
with website of FIM card or
SICRES Control Center
Table 1. Configurations for equipments with format (OEM).
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CONFIGURATIONS FOR ILUEST+ INDOOR (T) / OUTDOOR (I)
CONFIGURATION
Chassis (T) / Chassis (T) + IP54 case for (I)
+ Switch
+ Terminals
+ 2 basic modules
+ 1 LCD module
+ Basic control card BM491*01
+ Manual bypass switch (optional)
Chassis (T) / Chassis (T)
+ IP54 case for (I)
+ Switch
+ SICRES card
+ Terminals
+ 2 basic modules
+ 1 LCD module
+ Basic control card
BM491*01
+ Manual bypass switch
(optional)
Chassis (T) / Chassis (T)
+ IP54 case for (I)
+ Switch
+ SICRES card
+ Terminals
+ 2 basic modules
+ 1 LCD module
+ Basic control card
BM491*01
+ Manual bypass switch
(optional)
FUNCTIONALITIES
FUNCTIONALITIES
Lighting flow and saving
+ Measurement visualisation
and parameter setting of the
equipment
+ Control over the headline
contactor
+ Saving and bypass orders
+ Communications
+ Timer and astronomical clock
+ Manual bypass (optional)
RS-232 with complete three phase ModBus map
RS-232 with complete three phase ModBus map
+ Ethernet TCP/IP communication (web server at SICRES
card)
RS-232 with complete three phase ModBus map
+ Ethernet TCP/IP communication (web server at SICRES
card)
+ Remote GSM/GPRS communication through internet
with website of SICRES
card or SICRES Control
Center.
+ GSM/GPRS modem
+ AC/DC power supply for
GSM/GPRS modem
+ Antenna
Table 2. Configurations of equipments with indoor (T) and outdoor (I) formats.
CONFIGURATIONS FOR ILUEST+ INDOOR (T) / OUTDOOR (I) . Version with digital inputs and outputs (control card BM491*00)
CONFIGURATION
Chassis (T) / Chassis (T)
+ IP54 case for (I)
+ Switch
+ Terminals
+ 2 basic modules
+ 1 LCD module
+ Manual bypass switch
(optional)
Chassis (T) / Chassis (T)
+ IP54 case for (I)
+ Switch
+ Terminals
+ 2 basic modules
+ 1 LCD module
+ Manual bypass switch
(optional)
Chassis (T) / Chassis (T)
+ IP54 case for (I)
+ Switch
+ Terminals
+ 2 basic modules
+ 1 LCD module
+ Manual bypass switch
(optional)
+ control card digital I/O BM491*00 (replaces basic card
BM491*01)
+ control card digital I/O BM491*00 (replaces basic card
BM491*01)
+ SICRES card
+ control card digital I/O
BM491*00 (replaces basic
card BM491*01)
+ SICRES card
+ GSM/GPRS modem
+ AC/DC power supply for
GSM/GPRS modem
+ Antenna
FUNCTIONALITIES
COMMUNICATIONS
Lighting flow and saving
+ Measurement visualisation
and parameter setting of the
equipment
+ Control over the headline
contactor
+ Saving and bypass orders
+ Communications
+ Timer and astronomical clock
+ Manual bypass (optional)
RS-232 with complete three phase ModBus map
+ RS-485
+ Dry contacts
+ Digital inputs
RS-232 with complete three phase ModBus map
+ RS-485
+ Dry contacts
+ Digital inputs
+ Ethernet TCP/IP communication (web server at SICRES
card)
RS-232 with complete three phase ModBus map
+ RS-485
+ Dry contacts
+ Digital inputs
+ Ethernet TCP/IP communication (web server at SICRES
card)
+ Remote GSM/GPRS communication through internet
with website of SICRES
card or SICRES Control
Center.
Table 3. Configurations of equipments with indoor (T) and outdoor (I) formats, with digital inputs and outputs (card BM491*00).
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Strip
Nameplate
Step 1
Staples
EPS corners
Step 2
Plastic bag
Step 3
Step 4
Fig. 12. Unpacking process for module (OEM).
Strips + corners
Nameplate
Step 1
Top cardboard
EPS Corners + plates
Step 2
Cardboard packing
Step 3
Wooden pallet
Step 4
Step 5
Plastic bag
Documentation (CD)
Step 6
Fig. 13. Unpacking process for indoor (T) and outdoor (I) equipments.
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4.- INSTALLAtIoN.
4.1.-
Important safety instructions.
• Check "Safety instructions" (see document EK266*08).
• Unpacking procedure of the equipment is described in section
4.2. and illustrated by figures 12 and 13.
• Never make the connection tasks or manoeuvring of the cables
that have risk of electrical discharge with voltage present.
• Check the data in the nameplate of the packing is the required
by the installation (see figures 12 and 13).
• Depending on the format of the equipment to install, there will
or not be available parts like input switch (4). When it happens,
omit any action, notes or warning related with it and proceed
with the next step.
• (OEM) module/s of ILUEST+ have to be fixed in vertical position directly to wall by means of the provided supports, inside of
a metallic or plastic (like polyester) enclosure. It is compulsory
to make this mechanical operating before proceeding with the
installation (see figures 14 and 15), because the equipment is
designed to work in this position for a better cooling and higher
efficiency.
• Formats (T) and (I) of ILUEST+ have 4 wholes of M8 for fixing
it to a solid and levelled base, and other 2 additional wholes of
ø10 mm in the format (TW) -indoor vertical- in the frontal face
(figure sees 16).
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•
•
•
•
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It is obligatory to make this mechanical operation before proceeding with the installation (see figure 16).
Location will be fresh and with easy access, never install the
formats indoor (T) and (OEM) in outdoor conditions. Keep in
mind the following statement .
The enclosures for switchgear panels, will have wholes
for convection cooling of ILUEST+, without breaking
the standards as regards of protection degree.
Regarding cooling, respect the indications and recommendations in section 4.4.
Do not block the cooling holes.
Input switch(4) of the equipment, has to be in position “0” or
“Off”.
To access to connection parts, open front door and/or remove
the protection cover of the connection parts depending on the
format of the equipment:
ˆˆ (OEM).
–– Remove screw (t1) that fix cover (Tm) of module.
–– Pull from cover (Tm) of module slightly by means of the
rim (Ps) and lift the cover up to 2 cm, till leave free
the rim that it is fitted in the module chassis, later on
remove it.
–– For three phase equipments, proceed in the same way
for the rest of modules.
–– Connection terminal strip will be in front.
•
•
•
•
•
–– After finalising the connection tasks, leave the module
with its cover (Tm) back and fixed with the screw (t1).
ˆˆ (T).
–– Remove screws (t2) that fix cover (Tb).
–– Remove cover (Tb).
–– Connection terminal strip will be in front.
–– After finalising the connection tasks, leave the module
with its cover (Tb) back and fixed with the screws (t2).
In outdoor (T) and vertical format (W), there is no cover
(Tb) or screws (t2).
ˆˆ (I).
–– Open the front door (Pt) by means of supplied key.
–– Remove screws (t2) that fix cover (Tb).
–– Remove cover (Tb).
–– Connection terminal strip will be in front.
–– After finalising the connection tasks, leave the module
with its cover (Tb) back and fixed with the screws (t2).
–– Close the front door (Pt) by means of supplied key.
Equipments in formats (T) and (I) have cable gland holes (Not
mounted in the execution (TW)), located at the bottom of the
cabinet to enter the connection cables
(OEM) format has a slot in bottom side to enter the connection
cables.
Use cables with suitable cross section for input, output and
earth (see table 5).
ILUEST+ connection will be done at the headline of the installation. Figures 17 and 18, and as an example, show a typical
three phase installation diagram depending if it has or not control card BM491*00. For single phase equipments, simplify the
connection disregarding the other phases.
ILUEST+ doesn't have circuit breakers nor differential protections and it depends of the installation external protections.
Make sure about this compliance.
Nevertheless formats (T) and (I) have a general switch that
break the power supply to the equipment.
In case of requiring an external manual bypass, follow the following recommendations:
Bypass has to avoid the voltage feedback through the output of
the equipment, in order to avoid both damages to the equipment
(it is not protected against voltage connected at the output),
and to manoeuvre the output terminals with no voltage and no
risk. Therefore, Bypass has to disconnect the ILUEST+ output
when it is activated. Best option is a rotatory switch with two
positions with its common pin connected to the load, one of its
input pins connected to the output of the equipment and the
other input pin to the alternative line (in case of failures), with or
without overlapping depending on the type of installation (see
figure 11).
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4.2.-
Reception of the equipment.
• Check that CD Installation and Operating manual comes together with the equipment.
4.2.2.- Storage.
4.2.1.- Unpacking and content checking.
• When doing the reception of the equipment, check that there
has not been any incident during transport. Otherwise, make
the appropriate claims to your provider or in lack of him to our
firm. Also check that the data in the nameplate adhered in the
packing of the equipment are the same as the stated in the
purchase order. Otherwise, as soon as possible make the disconformity, quoting the serial number of the equipment and references in the delivery note.
• Once the reception is done, keep the equipment in its original
packing till its commissioning in order to protect it against mechanical dents, dust, dirt, etc.
• Packing of the equipment has (see figures 12 and 13):
ˆˆ Format (OEM).
–– Cardboard case, corners of expanded polystyrene (EPS)
or polystyrene foam (PE), polyethylene bag. All parts
are recyclable, so if they are gone to be disposed, do it
in accordance with the current regulations. It is recommended to keep the packing in case it were needed in
future.
ˆˆ Formats (T) and (I).
–– Wooden pallet, cardboard or wooden (under request
only) case, expanded polystyrene (EPS) or polystyrene
foam (PE), polyethylene bag and polyester strips. All
parts are recyclable, so if they are gone to be disposed,
do it in accordance with the current regulations. It is
recommended to keep the packing in case it were
needed in future.
• Follow the steps of figures 12 and 13 for a correct unpacking of
the equipment. Although pictures of figure 13 shows an outdoor (I)
equipment only, proceed in the same way for indoor format (T):
ˆˆ Cut the polyester strips that wrap the cardboard packing.
ˆˆ Open the flaps of the cardboard packing.
ˆˆ Take out the documentation.
ˆˆ Remove both corners and/or expanded polystirenne (EPS)
plate or polystyrenne foam (PE).
ˆˆ Take out the cardboard packing by pulling it up.
ˆˆ Remove the plastic bag of polyestirenne that wraps the
equipment.
ˆˆ Download the equipment from the pallet.
Regarding the (OEM) format, as it doesn't bring polyester strip
and pallet, its unpacking is more simple. Proceed as follows:
ˆˆ Remove the adhesive strip.
ˆˆ Take out the staples.
ˆˆ Open the flaps of the cardboard packing.
ˆˆ Take out the equipment from inside of the cardboard packing
and remove the plastic bag of polyestirenne (PE).
• In formats (T) and (I), meanwhile the equipment is not in its
final installation place, it is recommended to not download the
equipment from the wooden pallet in order to make easy its
mobility.
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Due to the lack of batteries and/or other parts sensitive to time
goes by, the only norms to meet for a correct storage are to leave
it in places free of dust, humidity, chemical agents or high temperatures.
In case of piling up, do not exceed more than two units of
height for formats (T) and (I), because packing is not built in
to support higher compression. Regarding (OEM) format, never
pile up more than five units of height and in case of pilling it up always do it with the equipment arranged in horizontal way.4.2.3.-
.
4.2.3.- Location.
Location of the equipment will depend on the format.
In case of outdoor format (I), the equipment will be placed over a
pedestal made of concrete and fixed through bolts to it firmly. Due
to its protection degree IP54 will be able to be placed outdoor.
In case of indoor format (T) or (OEM), both formats, due to its
protection degree IP20, will be placed inside the existent control
centre, considering that for its correct cooling is needed to have
the suitable airflow depending on the model and stated in table 4.
Never install the indoor or (OEM) units in outdoors places.
Whatever the place is, all formats is obligatory to be fixed to
the wall, inside of the enclosure or floor with parts that
guarantee a total and permanent strength through its respective supports or holes made in its base, see figures 14 to 16.
The forced air cooling flow of the unit is done in the upward
way from base and front of the equipment through the
highest part. Leave the needed space to make possible the air circulation, taking care of the stated parameters.
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4.3.-assembling of the different formats and
versions.
4 x øC
A
B
Support A
(t2)
FIXING (mm)
FORMAT
Support A
A
B
C
OEM 3,5.. 5 kVA
146
342,5
6x20
OEM 7,5.. 15 kVA
146
502
6x20
Fig. 14. Module fixing diagram for format (OEM).
D
D
I
D
E
6 x øF
A
6 x øC
G
A
G
A
H
Support
"type B"
FORMAT 3x
FIXING (mm)
A
øC
D
E
øF
G
H
I
OEM 3,5.. 5 kVA
146
6x20
150
312
5,5
26
12
32
OEM 7,5.. 15 kVA
146
6x20
150
471,5
5,5
26
12
32
Support "type A"
Fig. 15. Fixing diagram for three phase system format (OEM).
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A
D
C
Botton
view
E
F
B
Front
4 x øG
Fixing diagram for indoor (T) and outdoor (I) equipments.
FIXING (mm)
FORMAT
A
Front
B
C
D
E
F
øG
øH
I
J
T
492
13
13
100
91
42.5
10
-
-
-
I
635
67.5
67.5
195
62.5
62.5
11
-
-
-
TW 7.5.. 15 kVA
325
12.5
-
190
40
15
M8
10
813
10
TW 20.. 45 kVA
325
12.5
-
190
40
15
M8
10
1132
10
B
4 x øG
Botton
view
F
D
E
B
A
B
A
B
I
J
2 x øH
Fixing diagram for vertical indoor (TW) equipments.
Fig. 16. Fixing diagram for indoor (T) and outdoor (I) and vertical indoor (TW) equipments.
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4.5.-
4.4.-cooling.
Cooling of equipments with formats (T) and (I):
Lighting flow stabilizer for headline in street lighting ILUEST+ is a
unit of power conversion, so it has heat losses, although they are
very low (<4%), they have to be kept in mind for their location. Heat
losses due to an efficiency lower than 100%, create heat that has
to be dissipated out from the equipment. This is why, the enclosure
where the equipment is located, has to allow a flow air cooling that
allows the correct cooling of the equipment. These air volumes are
stated in table 4 for each power.
The ideal is that the enclosure allows an air inlet through the bottom
and air exhausting through the top. Usually is needed that this air
exhausting has to be forced by fans in order to create an air depression inside the cabinet. Depending on the closed that the cabinet is
and for 45kVA equipments 2 fans of 120x120 supplied at nominal
voltage Unominal, are enough.
Cooling of modules (OEM):
In case of assembling one module over the other one, keep in mind
that the hot air from the lower module does not go inside the top
module, in order that it takes fresh air coming from outside of the
cabinet. Sometimes, to do it is needed air flow deflectors that
modify the hot air flow from one module and avoid heating the other
module.
Modules are designed to assemble them in vertical position guiding
the air flow from fans upwards and terminal strip to down. In any
case, having a suitable cooling, it is possible the horizontal assembling.
Whatever the assembling position were, keep in mind to leave a
minimum free space (at least 5cm) in the terminal strip side -to
allow the entrance of the cables together with the air flow coolingand at the fan side for the correct air exhausting and to prevent
possible turbulences that brake the fans (>10cm).
RECOMMENDED PROTECTIONS AND CROSS CABLE
SECTIONS.
4.5.1.- Recommended protections.
Install protections against overcurrents (overloads and short-circuits), against earth leakage current and overvoltages in accordance
with the local regulations. Regarding transient voltages, although
the equipment is protected with varistors, it is recommended the
use of other methods of protection (like lightning arrestors) if the
environment conditions require it.
At the equipment input:
It is recommended a suitable circuit breaker and earth leakage
breaker protections (see table 5) at the equipment input. It is advisable that the earth leakage protections are with automatic rearmament to avoid unexpected tripping, due to inrush currents made by
storms. The recommended circuit breaker at the input of ILUEST+
is K characteristic with 4 poles and sizes, stated in table 5.
The earth leakage current of ILUEST+ is lower than 16 mA (15 kVA
module or three phase equipment of 45 kVA). This current can be
increased if there were interferences of high frequency or high harmonic tax in mains.
In accordance with ITC-BT09, the current by default, the disconnection threshold of the earth leakage switches, which could be with
automatic rearmament, will be of 300 mA as maximum and the
earth resistance, measured when commissioning the equipment,
will be 30 Ω as maximum. Nevertheless, earth leakage breakers
with maximum current of 500 mA or 1 A will be allowed whenever
the measured resistance of the earth when commissioning is lower
or equal to 5 Ω and 1 Ω, respectively.
4.5.2.- Recommended cross cable sections.
INDOOR / OUTDOOR
MODEL
POWER (kVA)
Air volume to
Heat losses
exhaust
(W)
m /h /CFM
3
NE+ 3,5-2
NE+ 5-2
3,5
35 / 21
175
5
35 / 21
250
NE+ 7,5-2
7,5
75 / 44
375
NE+ 10-2
10
75 / 44
500
NE+ 15-2
15
110 / 65
750
NET+ 7,5-4
7,5
100 / 59
375
NET+ 10-4
10
100 / 59
500
NET+ 15-4
15
100 / 59
750
NET+ 20-4
20
220 / 130
1000
NET+ 25-4
25
220 / 130
1250
NET+ 30-4
30
220 / 130
1500
NET+ 45-4
45
320 / 188
2250
Table 4. Cooling air volume and heat losses depending on the
modele.
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Whatever the installation is (indoor or outdoor), it is recommended
to consult the Low Voltage Regulations: ITC-BT-07 - BUILT IN LINES
FOR LOW VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION, in case of Spain, or local regulations in case it is installed out of Spain
Recommended cross cable section:
To connect the equipment, it will be used cables with minimum
and maximum cross cable sections stated in table 5 and those cables will be connected through pin terminals or type DIN 46234
depending on the equipment and suitable for the cable section and
diameter of the terminal screw stated in table 5 too.
At the equipment output:
It is recommended to protect the output lines by dividing the loads.
This way, in case there was a problem in one sector, it will not affect to the total installation. It is strongly recommended to protect
them individually, both against overcurrents (overloads and shortcircuits), and earth leakage breaker.
ILUEST+ has 40 kA varistors as transient voltage surge suppressors at the input and output. Nevertheless, in some places, with
high incidence of lightning, such protection can’t be not enough,
USER MANUAL
Description
Características
NE+ 3,5-2
NE+ 5-2
NE+ 7,5-2
NE+ 10-2
NE+ 15-2
NET+ 7,5-4
NET+ 10-4
NET+ 15-4
NET+ 20-4
NET+ 25-4
NET+ 30-4
NET+ 45-4
Sensitivity of
300mA; type A
16 A
16 A
25 A
32 A
40 A
50 A
80 A
Input circuit breaker
4 poles - K characteristic
16 A
16 A
25 A
32 A
40 A
50 A
80 A
Headline contactor
4 poles - 400 V AC3 coil 230 V ac
16 A
16 A
25 A
32 A
40 A
50 A
80 A
Minimum cross cable section
of input mains
RZ1-K
4 mm2
4 mm2
6 mm2
10 mm2
10 mm2
16 mm2
25 mm2
Maximum cross cable
section of input mains
RZ1-K
35 mm2
35 mm2
35 mm2
35 mm2
35 mm2
35 mm2
70 mm2
Ring terminal
DIN 46234
D 6-4 to
D 6-35
D 6-4 to
D 6-35
D 6-6 to
D 6-35
D 6-10 to
D 6-35
D 6-10 to
D 6-35
D 6-16 to
D 6-35
D 8-25 to
D 8-70
For screw
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M8
Minimum cross cable section
of output mains
RZ1-K
4 mm2
4 mm2
6 mm2
10 mm2
10 mm2
16 mm2
25 mm2
Maximum cross cable
section of output mains
RZ1-K
35 mm2
35 mm2
35 mm2
35 mm2
35 mm2
35 mm2
70 mm2
Ring terminal DIN
46234
D 6-4 to
D 6-35
D 6-4 to
D 6-35
D 6-6 to
D 6-35
D 6-10 to
D 6-35
D 6-10 to
D 6-35
D 6-16 to
D 6-35
D 8-25 to
D 8-70
For screw
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M6
M8
RZ1-K
2,5 mm2
2,5 mm2
2,5 mm2
2,5 mm2
2,5 mm2
2,5 mm2
2,5 mm2
Input earth leakage breaker
Terminals for input cables
Terminals for output cables
Minimum cross cable section
of control line
1. A three phase mains of 3x380 / 3x400 / 3x415 has been taken.
2. Calculation for equipments with input range of -8%.
3. For switch sizing where the requested characteristic can't be applied, it will fitted in a moulded circuit breaker set as follows:
ˆˆ Switch with thermal-magnetic relay.
–– Thermal setting (Ir): stated in table 2.
–– Magnetic setting (Ii): between 4 and 6 times the nominal current.
ˆˆ Switch with electronic relay.
–– Thermal setting (Ir): stated in table 2.
–– Setting for protection against phase loosing or unbalancing: 1 (It can be or not this function from manufacturer).
–– Rest of parameters to the minimum.
Table 5. Recommended protections, cross cable section and terminal strips of ILUEST+.
then is advisable to use additional protections like lightning arrestors (alone or combined with varistors).
4.5.3.- Installation diagrams.
Figures 17 and 18 show the diagrams of a three phase typical installation of ILUEST+, depending it if has or not the optional card
BM491* with digital I/O. It is important to meet the following specifications:
• ILUEST+ has to be always installed at the beginning of the
lighting line.
• Manoeuvring:
ˆˆ Headline contactor.
Lighting installations should have contactor to manage the
turning on/off of the installation. Such contactor has to be
fitted at the input of the lighting flow regulator.
ILUEST+ always has one of its modules with LCD panel, as
interface between user and equipment. This LCD panel can
make functions of timer and astronomical clock, by controlSALICRU
ling the start up, saving and nominal levels, and the equipment shutdown.
In order to make possible to turn on/off the equipment, it
will be necessary to feed it depending on the option that
the equipment has:
–– Equipment without control card (BM491*), see figures
19 for single phase equipments or 20 for three phase.
It is necessary to supply the LCD panel through an external power supply provided with the equipment and it
has to be connected upstream from contactor. The contactor coil will be managed through a relay located in the
LCD panel.
–– Equipment with control card (BM491*) with or without
manual Bypass, see figures 21 for single phase equipments or 22 for three phase.
The control card (BM491*) supplies the LCD panel and
the card incorporates optional SICRES. The contactor
coil will be managed through a relay located in the LCD
panel.
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R
S
T
N
AC mains
Input protections
Feeder pillar panel
Energy counters
Circuit breaker protections
"On" manual
"Off" output voltage
"On-Off" Automatic
Earth leakage breaker
AC/DC power
supply for
control panel
Headline contactor of the system
ILUEST+circuit breaker
protection
AC/DC power
supply for
SICRES (option)
"On-Off" switch
AC/DC power
supply for
GPRS (option)
LIGHTING FLOW
DIMMER
STABILIZER
(*)
GPRS
(*)
SICRES
(*)
GPRS antenna
External contact
Bypass order
External contact
Saving order
(*) Manual bypass
U
V
W
N
Supply to loads
(Lights)
Lighting outgoing distribution
(*) External Options from ILUEST+:
- Manual Bypass
- SICRES with its AC/DC power supply
- GPRS with its AC/DC power supply
- GPRS antenna
Fig. 17. Typical three phase installation diagram, format (OEM).
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AC mains
R
S
T
N
Input protections
Feeder pillar panel
Energy counters
Earth leakage breaker
"On" manual
"Off" output voltage
"On-Off" Automatic
Circuit breaker protections
Headline contactor of the system
"On-Off" switch
ILUEST+circuit breaker
protection
AC/DC power supply
for GPRS (option)
LIGHTING FLOW
DIMMER
STABILIZER
(*)
GPRS
(*)
GPRS antenna
External contact bypass order
External contact saving order
Supply to loads
(Lights)
U
V
W
N
(*) External Options from ILUEST+:
- GPRS with its AC/DC power supply
- GPRS antenna
Lighting outgoing distribution
Fig. 18. Typical three phase installation diagram, format (T) or (I) with basic control card BM491*01.
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• In accordance with ITC-BT09:
If the system to turn on/off the installation is done through
timers or photocells, there will be an additional manual switch
(to be fitted in and purchased by the user), which allows the
system switching, irrespective of the quoted devices.
• It is recommended to install it downstream from lighting contactor, because this way it is guaranteed that it is turned off
when lights are turned off too, and the equipment will not have
voltage, avoiding overheating and unnecessary consumptions.
4.6.-
4.6.3.- Connecting remote control, Bypass order
• The (OEM) module or control card BM491*, has a terminal strip
labelled as «Bypass signal». Use a dry contact like a switch ,
to be installed by the client, between these two terminals to
close this circuit and put the equipment on Bypass mode permanently, while the circuit is closed. In any three phase system,
only act on one of the three modules or own the control card
(BM491*).
•
Never apply voltage to this terminal strip, because they
are non-potential dry contacts.
WIRING.
4.6.4.- Connecting output.
Typical circuit diagrams of ILUEST+ connection can be observed
in figures 17 and 18. Respect the wiring, protection and auxiliary
control switches strictly than can be appreciated. For single phase
equipment, simplify the connection by disregarding the rest of
phases.
• To proceed to connect the equipment, open the front door and/
or remove the terminal cover of connecting parts, as it is stated
in section 4.1.
•
Once the connection labour has been finished it is essential to put back all terminal covers until leaving the
equipment as it was before starting the process.
4.6.1.- Connecting power supply.
• For single phase equipments, connect cables with destination
to outgoing distribution, to the output terminals (2N) and (2U),
by respecting the phase and neutral rotation stated in the labelling of the equipment, and figures 2 and 3 of this manual.
• For three phase equipments, connect cables with destination to
outgoing distribution, to the output terminals (2N), (2U), (2V) and
AC/DC power
suplpies:
R-N
 - LCD
 - SICRES
 - GPRS
Headline
contactor of the
system

•
It is obligatory to earth the equipment through the terminal labelled as ( ), making sure that it is done before
supplying voltage to the input of the equipment.
• For single phase equipments, connect cables coming from
headline contactor of the system, to the input terminals (1N)
and (1R), by respecting the phase and neutral rotation stated
in the labelling of the equipment, and figures 2 and 3 of this
manual.
• For three phase equipments, connect cables coming from headline contactor of the system, to input terminals (1N), (1R), (1S)
and (1T ), by respecting the phases and neutral rotation stated
in the labelling of the equipment, and figures 4 and 5 of this
manual.
It is essential the connection of the neutral in any three
phase star system, being recognized in the terminals by
the label «N».

"On-Off" switch

ILUEST+
protection
(*)
GPRS
(*)
SICRES
(*)
GPRS antenna
4.6.2.- Connecting remote control, saving order.
• The (OEM) module or control card BM491*, has a terminal strip
labelled as «Saving signal». Use a dry contact like a switch , to
be installed by the client, between these two terminals to close
the circuit and start/remain at saving level. In any three phase
system, only act on one of the three modules or own the control
card (BM491*).
•
Never apply voltage to this terminal strip, because they
are non-potential dry contacts.
External contact bypass order
External contact saving order
Discontinuous line for equipments
with manual bypass only.
(*) Manual bypass
(option)
U-N
Supply to loads (Lights)
(*) External Options from ILUEST+:
- Manual Bypass
- SICRES with its AC/DC power
supply
- GPRS with its AC/DC power supply
- GPRS antenna
Fig. 19. Installation diagram for single phase format (OEM).
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(2W), by respecting the phase and neutral rotation stated in the
labelling of the equipment, and figures 4 and 5 of this manual.
• Both if lighting installation already existed when installing
ILUEST, and if it were new, make sure about the correct balance of the loads in order to minimize this effect.
• For three phase equipments, take 4 wires (three phases and
neutral) coming from mains and before of headline contactor,
and connect them to their respective identified terminals over
card BM491*, by respecting the phases and neutral rotation
(see figure 22).
4.6.5.- Power supply of control card BM491*.
4.6.6.- Connection of the coil of headline contactor.
• Control card BM491* is fed through CN1 connector included in itself.
• For single phase equipments, take 2 wires (phase R and neutral) coming from mains and before of headline contactor, and
connect them to the identified terminals over card BM491*, by
respecting the phase and neutral rotation (see figure 21).
• Depending if the equipment has the Manual Bypass option,
inside or outside to the equipment, the feeding of the coil of
headline contactor will be done accordingly (control of headline
contactor):
AC/DC power
supplies:
N-R-S-T
 - LCD panel
 - SICRES
 - GPRS
Headline
contactor of the
system

"On-Off" switch


ILUEST+
protection
(*)
GPRS
(*)
SICRES
(*)
GPRS antenna
Communication
bus
between modules (10 pins cable
pdovided with Kit (OEM)
It is essential for the correct operating of the system.
External contact bypass
order
External contact saving
order
Discontinuous line for equipments
with manual bypass only.
(*) Manual bypass
(option)
N-U-V-W
Supply to loads (Lights)
(*) External Options from ILUEST+:
- Manual Bypas
- SICRES with its AC/DC power supply
- GPRS with its AC/DC power supply
- GPRS antenna
Fig. 20. Installation diagram for three phase equipment with format (OEM).
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ˆˆ Single or three phase equipment with format (OEM),
without neither control card (BM491*) nor manual Bypass
(see figures 19 and 20). In these equipments the control of
headline contactor, is done through the LCD panel and its
power supply through an external AC/DC power supply with
transformer provided with the kit (OEM).
Manual Bypass, SICRES card, GPRS with its antenna and
their AC/DC power supplies, are optional although they are
represented in figures 19 and 20.
When an installation with equipment (OEM) has manual
Bypass, it is compulsory to make all the connections drawn
in discontinuous line in figures 19 and 20.
ˆˆ Equipment with format (T) or (I) with the basic control card
BM491*01. , or the optional one BM491*00. In these equipments the control of headline contactor, is done through the
LCD panel and its power supply it through either of the two
controls card BM491* (see figures 21 and 22).
In these equipments manual Bypass is an option that it is provided already built in and it doesn't require any connection as
regards of power cables than the ones without this optional. The
only difference is that the control of headline contactor is done in
a specific terminal strip (14) for that purpose, replacing the connections in the control card BM491*.
AC/DC power supply:
 - GPRS
R-N
Headline
contactor of
the system)
4.6.7.- Manual Bypass.
• Manual bypass function, both if it is already built in and external
to the enclosure is the same. It allows continuing supplying the
loads from mains directly during the preventive maintenance
tasks or when ILUEST+ is faulty. It is very useful in indoor and/
or tunnel lighting, because it can’t be turned off, even during
the intervention for testing, checking or replacing. The type of
Bypass is make before break, so there is not any break during
ILUEST+ the transference to Bypass and viceversa.
•
When manual bypass switch is turned to position «2» (Bypass mode), lamps will always light whatever the position of
the input switch of ILUEST+ is. If you don’t want that the lamps light
, turn «Off» the protections of switchgear panel previously.
• Attend all the stated connections in section 4.6.6, relating to
manual Bypass.
4.7.-
Selector for On-Off automatic / start up
(On), manual / output voltage Off.
• In accordance with the Low Voltage Electro-technical regulation (ITC-BT-09), if the lighting turning on/off is done with timers
and photocells, there will be a manual switch that allows to turn
on/off the system, irrespective of the quoted devices.
A switch of three positions with more quality performances than
the required by the regulations can be observed in figures 17 and
18, to activate the manual function «On», automatic function «OnOff or output voltage Off (to be fitted in and purchased by the
end-user).

"On-Off" switch
4.8.-communication bus of MoDULeS and Ports.
ILUEST+
protection
•
(1)
(2)
Discontinuous line
for equipments:
(1)Without manual
bypass.
(2)With manual
bypass.
(*)
GPRS
(*)
GPRS
antenna
R
N
External contact bypass order
External contact saving order
U-N
Supply to loads (Lights)
(*) External Options from ILUEST+:
- GPRS with its AC/DC power supply
- GPRS antenna
It is essential for the correct operating of a three
phase system in format (OEM), to connect the communication bus (Fc) (10 pins flat cable), to connectors (Cb)
of each module. Without doing this connection the LCD
panel will be isolated from the rest of modules and it will not
be possible to get the measurements and communication.
• Module (OEM) of ILUEST+ with LCD panel, has two different possibilities:
ˆˆ As standard with only one RS-232 communication port in
control panel through RJ connector of 6 or 8 pins (9) (see
figure 23).
ˆˆ And as an option a RS-485 communication port, additional
to the first one and supplied through RJ4 connector of 4
pins (9a) (see figure 24).
Nevertheless, if it has the control card BM491*, there is a second
RS-232 port through DB9 connector (see figure 25). It is not possible to use both RS-232 connections at the same time because
it is not a multiconnection channel.
Furthermore control card has another RS-485 port, through RJ4
of 4 pins (see figure 24).
Fig. 21. Installation diagram for single phase unit with format (T) or (I).
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AC/DC power supply:
 - GPRS
N-R-S-T
Headline contactor of the
system
"On-Off" switch
ILUEST+
protection

(*)
GPRS
(*)
GPRS
antenna
(1)
(2)
External contact bypass order
External contact saving order
N-U-V-W
(*) External Options from ILUEST+:
- GPRS with its AC/DC power supply
- GPRS antenna
Supply to loads (Lights)
Discontinuous line for equipments:
(1)Without manual bypass.
(2)With manual bypass.
Fig. 22. Installation diagram for three phase equipment with format (T) or (I).
Reference
Nr pins RJ 6
Nr pins RJ 8
GND
1
4
TXD
5
5
RXD
6
6
RJ 6
pins
RJ 8
pins
1 6
1
Fig. 23. RJ connector for RS-232 (9).
Reference
Nº pins RJ 4
EXT-DO/RI
2
EXT-DO/RI
3
100R-GNDC
4
RJ 4
pins
RS-485
8
Reference
Nr pins DB9
CD
1
RXD
2
TXD
3
DTR
4
GND
5
RTS
7
CTS
8
RI
9
1
5
9
6
1 4
Fig. 25. DB9 connector for RS-232 in card BM491*.
Fig. 24. RJ connector for RS-485 in card BM491*.
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
(Cb)
(Cb)
(Cb)


Communication bus between modules (10
pins cable pdovided with Kit (OEM)
It is essential for the correct operating of the
system.


N
R
S
T














Module (OEM) with LCD panel -master module-.
Communication bus between modules (10 pins cable with three connectors (Cb)).
Headline contactor of the installation, located in feeder pillar panel (user's property).
AC/DC transformer power supply for control panel with LCD.
SICRES card (Optional).
AC/DC transformer power supply for SICRES card. Supplied with SICRES card.
GSM/GPRS modem (Optional).
AC/DC transformer power supply for GSM/GPRS. Supplied with GSM/GPRS modem.
Antenna for GSM/GPRS modem. Supplied with the optional.
Ethernet connection.
i
The feeding of synoptic through the AC/DC transformer power supply in equipments (OEM), is essential for the correct operating of
the LCD panel, the timer and/or the astronimical clock, whatever the equipment is, single or three phase.
i
For those equipments (OEM) without the stated optionals, omit the respective connections.
For single phase equipments (OEM), all connections have to be done relating to the optionals, as a three phase equipment were (like
the above figure) and when it has them.
Fig. 26. Three phase equipment (OEM) simulating connection with SICRES and GPRS options.
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5.- OPERATING.
5.1.-start up and shutdown.
5.1.1.- Controls before starting up.
Before starting up the system, there are some settings and checking
that have to be done:
• Check the correct connection of mains and loads, according to
the procedures described in previous chapter.
• In case of existing any optional already installed, check its correct
connection and setting before proceeding to start up the equipment (see specific user’s manuals).
• Turn on the input voltage to the equipment (input protections to
«On» and manual selector to «Automatic»).
5.1.2.- Start up.
• The equipment starts up when the headline contactor is turned
on and it is shutdown when the contactor is turned off. This contactor can be managed by the equipment itself, through the control of LCD panel or managed by an external part out from the
equipment (photoelectric cell, timer, external astronomical clock,
as well as manual control).
• Connect the power supply to equipment through the input switch
(4) to «0» or «Off» position (it is available in formats (T) and (I)
only) and loads should be disconnected. Check the correct input
voltage Vin.
• Turn «On» or «I» the input switch (4) (it is available in formats (T)
and (I) only). Check the correct output voltage.
• Turn off the general input switch from switchgear panel and
connect the loads.
• Turn on the general input switch from switchgear panel.
• Now the loads are supplied. The start up and shutdown of the
system is done when turning on/off the headline contactor of
the installation, respectively, not being necessary any daily
operating, because it is completely automatic: each day it will
start up or shutdown when the headline contactor of lighting is
turned on/off, and the saving order will be activated or cancelled according to the external setting of the astronomical clock
or timer, as it is described in sections 4.6.2 and 4.6.3.
Any daily automation can be modified when needed, just
changing the position of the required switch in accordance with the low voltage electro-technical regulation (ITCBT-09) or the suggested switch.
• To start up/ shutdown the equipment, in automatic position
and the equipment is provided with the headline contactor connected as it is shown in figures from 19 to 22, can be done
through the LCD panel (see screen map screen of LCD Fig. 29):
ˆˆ Starting from screen 0.1, press 7 times the advance key (ç) till
reaching screen 7.1. «TIME SCHEDULER» and press once the key
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ˆˆ When time scheduler is active (by selecting (YES) ), the
equipment will start up and shutdown according to the setting automatically. If the unit is inside the operating period,
the equipment will turn on the contactor and if it is out from
the operating period, it will be turned off.
ˆˆ In this situation (when time scheduler is active but the current time is out from the start up setting), if the contactor is
activated manually, ILUEST+ modules will be fed but they
will remain on Bypass.
ˆˆ If time scheduler is deactivated by selecting (NO), the headline contactor will be turned off.
ˆˆ To select (YES) or (NO), starting from screen 7.1 «TIME
SCHEDULER», press key ( ) and the indicator (NO) or (YES)
will blink and it will be able to set by means of key (á) to
change from (YES) to (NO) and key (â) to change from (NO)
to (YES) and ( ) to validate the selection.
5.1.3.- Complete shutdown of the equipment.
• A complete and manual shutdown will only have sense for corrective (faults) or preventive maintenances of the equipment, because in normal conditions the shutdown will
be totally automatic and neglected through the headline
contactor.
• Turn «0» or «Off» the input switch (4) (available in formats (T)
or (I) only).
• Turn off the previous circuit breaker to the equipment in case
you want to break its power supply.
5.1.4.- Manual Bypass.
• Manual bypass function, both if it is already built in and external
to the enclosure is the same. It allows continuing supplying the
loads from mains directly during the preventive maintenance
tasks or when ILUEST+ is faulty. It is very useful in indoor and/
or tunnel lighting, because it can’t be turned off, even during
the intervention for testing, checking or replacing. The type of
Bypass is make before break, so there is not any break during
ILUEST+ the transference to Bypass and viceversa.
•
When manual bypass switch is turned to position «2» (Bypass mode), lamps will always light whatever the position of
the input switch of ILUEST+ is. If you don’t want that the lamps light
, turn «Off» the protections of switchgear panel previously.
•
When manual bypass switch is returned back to position «1» (ILUEST mode), lamps will be fed from ILUEST+, on condition that the input switch is in position «On».
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5.2.-optical led Indicators.
Figure 27 shows the layout of the optical indicators per phase, and
they light when its function is activated.
set all the preset parameters from factory for this kind of lamp.
Once the type of lamp is selected, any parameter can be set
(start voltage, duration of starting status, nominal voltage,
saving voltage1, saving voltage2) in order to be customized to
the installation.
(a) Red led indicator «Bypass». It lights when Bypass is activated,
due to fault, overload, manual or software activation and or
shifting to Manual Bypass mode.
(b) Red led indicator «Alarm». It lights with any alarm of table 6,
although the equipment doesn’t have LCD panel because the
alarms do not depend on the own LCD panel, they depend on
the control of the equipment.
(c) Green led indicator «Status». Nominal to «On», Saving to «Off»
and equipment on ramp it blinks.
(d) Yellow led indicator «Communications». Blinking means it communicates.
(e) Yellow led indicator «Local Bypass». It lights when bypass order
is activated through the module (OEM) or through the control
card (BM491*) in formats (T) or (I).
(f) Yellow led indicator «Local saving». It lights when saving order
is activated through the module (OEM) or through the control
card (BM491*) in formats (T) or (I).
5.3.-
SETTINGS.
• Settings for end-user are the ILUEST+ parameters. To check
or change the preset values in order to adapt the equipment to
the installation, go to screen 10.1 (0000) NORMAL and enter
the user password. To do it, proceed as follows:
ˆˆ Starting from screen 0.1, press 10 times advance key (ç)
till reaching screen 10.1.
ˆˆ Press ( ).
ˆˆ Characters will blink.
ˆˆ Press keys (ç) or (æ) to change the value and keys (â)
or (á) to change the character till entering the password
(0500).
ˆˆ Press ( ) to confirm.
• Once the entered password is correct , (0500) PROGR., there
will be access to change/set the ILUEST+ parameters. To do it
and starting from screen 0.1, press 5 times advance key (ç) till
reaching screen 5.1 «ILUEST PARAMETERS» (see screen map
of LCD Fig. 17).
• Press key (â) to go to screen 5.2 «TYPE OF SETTING». From
this screen the settings can be selected to (GLOBAL), same setting for all modules or (INDIVIDUAL), different setting for each
module.
To select (GLOBAL) or (INDIVIDUAL) press key ( ) from screen
5.2 «TYPE OF SETTING», and (GLOBAL) or (INDIVIDUAL) will
blink. To change the selection, use key (â) or (á) to jump
between them and ( ) to confirm the selection.
In case (INDIVIDUAL) was selected, the module to set has to be
selected to (1 (R), 2 (S) or 3 (T)) in each one of the parameters
by pressing ( ).
• When selecting the type of lamp in screen 5.3. ILUEST+ will
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Fig. 27. Optical indicators (leds) con control panel with LCD.
USER MANUAL
6.- CONTROL panel with LCD.
6.3.-screen description.
6.3.1.- Main screen «Start».
6.1.-
Definition of keyboard and its operating.
Screen 0.1
Basic screen, which is displayed when the equipment is started up.
It shows the time, date and equipment status
It is also the displayed screen when pressing ( ) to escape from
any menu or submenu of LCD panel.
LCD panel (see figure 27).
( )Key «ENTER».
( )Key «ESC».
(æ)Key to move up (return).
(ç)Key to move down (advance).
(â)Key to move to right.
(á)Key to move to left.
Screen 0.2
It allows activating or deactivating the Saving and /or Manual shutdown orders, so it modifies the status of the equipment.
6.2.-basic functions of keyboard from synoptic.
• Through keys advance (ç) and return (æ), there is access to
all the menus of the LCD panel, being able to move from one to
another with themselves.
• Through keys right (â) or left (á), there is access to the
screens of all the submenus of the LCD panel, being able to
move from one to another with themselves.
• Key ( ), has different purposes depending on the menu we
are:
ˆˆ Submenu entry. Press key ( ) to activate the function setting, the figures in the screen blink. With keys (â) - (á)
the character to set is selected and with keys (ç) - (æ)
the value is selected. To confirm press ( ). Next field will
blink, to continue doing settings proceed in the same way
or press ( ) to escape.
ˆˆ Validation of measurements or parameters.
• When pressing key ( ) from any screen of any submenu, we
go back to main screen (Screen 0.1), unless we are inside of
any screen from «Parameters» menu and changing any of
them. Then the first pulsation of key ( ) will be to stop blinking
the value and the second one to go back to main screen.
• Notes related with the screen map of figure 29:
ˆˆ Some screens has a determined quantity of «–» characters.
Each one of it, means one character so the maximum length
of the field will be determined by the quantity of them.
ˆˆ Each screen is labelled with a number located in its right
bottom corner. It is only included as a mere reference for its
next description and explanation.
ˆˆ Other note (*1), means the hidden programming screens
through the password (0500) in «screen 10.1». This safety
level avoids that non-authorised staff can alter or modify any
setting.
12:39
Safety level
07-05-08
NOMINAL OUTPUT â
(*)
Screen 0.1
â
Screen 0.3
It displays the status of the communications for each module/
phase:
• 0 = It doesn’t communicate.
• 1 = It communicates.
• and the quantity of modules that it is communicating is displayed in the right bottom corner.
6.3.2.- Menu «Measurements» (Screen 1.1).
To go from main screen press once the advance key (ç). By means
of key (â) there is access to all the screens of submenus, being
able to move from one to another with the keys (â) or (á).
The figure on top right corner of each submenu means the address
of the module that they belong to. Each module has determined
number: 1 phase R, 2 phase S and 3 phase T.
To display the measurements of that module, press ( ), select
the module address with keys (ç) or (æ) and confirm with (
). Next press ( ) to escape and press (ç) to go back to menu
«Measurements».
Screen 1.2
Submenu for input voltage and frequency.
Screen 1.3
Submenu for output voltage and current supplied to the load.
Screen 1.4
Submenu for apparent power (kVA) and active (kW) supplied to the load,
as well as its type (Resistive, L = Inductive, C = Capacitive) with its
power factor.
SAVING
M. STOP
â
COMM. STATUS
(OFF)
(OFF) â
á
000000111
Screen 0.2
(3)
á
Screen 0.3
Screen
numbering
Fig. 28. Reference annotations over the screens.
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Screen 1.5
Submenu for percentage of load and saving, which is done depending on the input and output voltages.
Screen 1.6
Submenu for temperatures of inductor (IND) and heatsink (D). Depending on the power of the equipment there will be one heatsink
only, so one figure will be displayed in negative.
Screen 1.7
Submenu for firmware version of control module.
6.3.3.- Menu «Alarms» (screen 2.1).
To go from main screen press twice the advance key (ç). By means
of key (â) the most recent active alarm is displayed, being able to
move from one to another inside of the alarm list with the keys (â)
or (á).
If there is not any alarm, it will not possible to go forward with key
(â).
Figure 29 is showing just only one alarm as an example, but there
could be some of them, the active ones and ordered by appearance
order. In table 6, there are all the possible alarms displayed in the
LCD panel.
Screen 2.2
Example: Active alarm and quantity of modules that they have it.
Representation in LCD panel
6.3.4.- Menu «Data logger» (Screen 3.1).
To go from main screen press three times the advance key (ç). By
means of key (â) there is access to all log screens starting from
the most recent one (maximum 200 logs) and being able to move
from one to another with the keys (â) or (á).
In case of no logs, it will not be possible to move forward with
key (ç).
Screen 3.2
It allows to clear the event data logger.
Screen 3.3
Example of an event log of the equipment: day (mm/yy), if the alarm
has been activated or deactivated (ACT/DES), address of the affected module (M:), time of the alarm (hh:mm).
6.3.5.- Menu «General parameters» (Screen 4.1).
To go from main screen press four times the advance key (ç). By
means of key (â) there is access to all the screens of general
parameters, being able to move from one to another with the keys
(â) or (á).
Screen 4.2
Regarding to the clock of the equipment. It can be set, considering its
structure (hh:mm:ss), set the summer time (DST) or out from summer
time (--), set the day (dd:mm:yy) and weekday.
Description
OVERLOAD
Output overload alarm
BYPASS
Bypass alarm
INPUT V. LOW
Low input voltage alarm
INPUT V. HIGH
High input voltage alarm
OUTPUT V. LOW
Low output voltage alarm
OUTPUT V. HIGH
High output voltage alarm
TEMP. 1 HIGH
High temperature 1 alarm (heatsink)
TEMP. 2 HIGH
High temperature 2 alarm (choke)
P. DEVICE ERR. 1
Serial IGBT desaturation
P. DEVICE ERR. 2
Parallel IGBT desaturation
BYPASS FAIL
Bypass fault alarm
FAN FAILURE
Fan fault alarm
ILUEST BLOCKED
Equipment blocked alarm
MANUAL BYPASS
Manual bypass alarm
GENERAL ALARM
General alarm
Table 6. Alarm list displayed in the LCD panel.
Screen 4.3
The contrast of the LCD panel can be set for an optimal visualisation.
Screen 4.4
Language setting: Spanish, English.
Screen 4.5
Regarding to communication parameters with ILUEST+ modules.
Screen 4.6
Regarding to external communication parameters through RS-232.
Screen 4.7
Regarding to external communication parameters through RS-485.
6.3.6.- Menu «ILUEST+ parameters» (Screen 5.1).
All the screens of this menu are hidden by default and a password
has to be entered (0500) in «screen 10.1» to make any setting. This
safety level allows that non-authorised staff makes any setting or
modify any preset values.
To go from main screen press five times the advance key (ç). By
means of key (â) there is access to all the screens of programming
parameters of ILUEST+, being able to move from one to another
with the keys (â) or (á).
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USER MANUAL
Screen 5.2
A GLOBAL setting can be selected for all the modules together,
or INDIVIDUAL, one by one. When GLOBAL setting is selected, it
operates over the LCD control panel application, when INDIVIDUAL
is selected, it operates over the resident application in each control
of each module of the equipment.
Screen 5.3
Preset parameters for each type of lamp (high pressure sodium HP,
low pressure sodium LP, high pressure mercury HP, low pressure
mercury LP (fluorescents) and metal halide). When selecting any
type of lamp a preset values for nominal start voltage and saving
voltage are uploaded.
Screen 5.4
Voltage and duration in start status. Any parameter can be set individually, to adapt them to the installation needs.
Screen 5.5
Nominal and saving voltages. Any parameter can be set individually, to
adapt them to the installation needs.
Screen 5.6
Saving level (voltage) 2. The parameter can be set to adapt it to the
installation needs.
Screen 5.10
By means of this screen, the INDIVIDUAL mode of setting can be selected, so it allows to set the parameters per each module independently (1, 2 or 3) corresponding to phases R-S-T:
• Start voltage and duration of itself (Screen 5.11).
• Nominal and saving voltages (Screen 5.12).
• Saving level (voltage) 2 (Screen 5.13).
6.3.7.- Menu «Relay setting» (Screen 6.1).
All the screens of this menu are hidden by default and a password
has to be entered (0500) in «screen 10.1» to make any setting. This
safety level allows that non-authorised staff makes any setting or
modify any preset values.
To go from main screen press six times the advance key (ç). By
means of key (â) there is access to all the screens of relay setting
of control card BM491*, being able to move from one to another
with the keys (â) or (á).
Screen 6.2 to 6.9
A relay from card BM491* can be associated to any alarm, so when
the alarm is active the associated relay is activated too.
6.3.8.- Menu «Time scheduler» (Screen 7.1).
To go from main screen press seven times the advance key (ç).
By means of key (â) there is access to all the screens of time
scheduler, being able to move from one to another with the keys
(â) or (á).
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Time scheduler can be activated in order to make automatic the
daily start up and shutdown, as well as the shifting to saving or
nominal. The daily setting can be done for all the weekdays or can
be customized for any particular weekday.
Also, the start up and shutdown can be selected to be activated by
the astronomical clock, this way it will never be a fix time because
it will depend on the season of the year (the astronomical clock calculates the sunrise and sunset for each day of the year, depending
on a geographical coordinates).
Screen 7.2
Time scheduler activation can be selected, to activate (YES) or to
not activate (NO). When selecting YES, the equipment starts up
and shutdown and shift to saving and nominal automatically.
Screen 7.3
It is possible to select the weekdays with a determined programming: each weekday, from Monday to Friday, Saturday and Sunday,
Monday to Sunday, and 10 special days. It can be selected the days
and special days that are affected by the programming. Duty cycle
is SIMPLE, which means On (start up to nominal) - Saving 1 - Nominal - Off (out of service).
Screen 7.4
Astronomical clock can be activated (YES/NO) in order to make
variable the start up and shutdown of the equipment depending on
the day duration and according to the season of the year.
Screen 7.5
Time when it will start up (in case the astronomical clock were NOT
active) and time when it will shift from Nominal to Saving 1.
Screen 7.6
Time when it will shift from Saving 1 to Nominal and time when
it will be shutdown (in case the astronomical clock were NOT active).
Screen 7.10
It is possible to select the weekdays that will follow a determined
programming, each weekday, from Monday to Friday, Saturday and
Sunday, Monday to Sunday, and 10 special days. It can be selected
the days and special days that are affected by the programming.
Duty cycle is DOUBLE (1), which means On (start up to nominal) Saving 1 - Saving 2 - Saving 1 - Nominal - Off (out of service).
Screen 7.11
Astronomical clock can be activated (YES/NO) in order to make
variable the start up and shutdown of the equipment depending on
the day duration and according to the season of the year.
Screen 7.12
Time when it will start up (in case the astronomical clock were NOT
active) and time when it will shift from Nominal to Saving 1.
Screen 7.13
Time when it will shift from Saving 1 to Saving 2 and time that it will
shift from Saving 2 to Saving 1.
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Screen 2.1
â
Screen 3.1
Screen 4.1
ç
Screen 6.1
Continues in next page
(see screen 7.1).
(*1)
â
á
â
á
* RELAY *
* PROGRAMMING * â
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
Screen 5.1
* ILUEST *
* SETTINGS * â
ç
* GLOBAL *
* PARAMETERS *â
ç
* EVENT LOGGER *
â
ç
* ALARMS *
ç
â
Screen 1.1
* MEASURES *
â
á
ç
(*1)
ç
Screen 0.1
12:39 07-05-08
NOMINAL OUTPUT â
Screen 6.2
â
(*1)
Screen 6.8
LOCK FAIL: – – MANUAL. BYP.: – – â
(*1)
Screen 5.11
2
â
Screen 5.2
â
Screen 4.2
SETUP MODE
( -GLOBAL- )
OVERLOAD: – –
BYPASS: – –
(*1)
Screen 3.2
12:57:47 (DST)
06-05-2008 TUESâ
STARTUP: 205V
Waiting: 2m
(*1)
(*1)
CLEAR EVENT
LOGGER (NO) â
Screen 2.2
%
â
Screen 1.8
CABINET TEMP.
–6 ºC
á
Screen 1.2
2
49,9Hz â
Screen 0.2
M. STOP
(OFF) â
MANUAL BYPASS
IL: 1 2 3
(*1)
INPUT:
228V
SAVING
(OFF)
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
Screen 5.12
2
â
Screen 5.3
LAMP TYPE
(Sodium HP)
Screen 4.3
(*1)
GENERAL ALARM: – –
(*1)
Screen 6.9
á
Screen 6.3
INPUT LOW: RL3 INPUT HIGH: RL2
â
(*1)
Screen 3.3
M:3
á
LCD CONTRAST
 â
NOMINAL: 220V
SAVE:
187V
(*1)
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
Screen 5.13
SAVE LEVEL 2
187V
á
Screen 5.4
â
Screen 4.4
â
(*1)
Screen 6.4
OUTPUT LOW: – –
OUTPUT HIGH: – – â
(*1)
(*1)
STARTUP: 205V
Waiting: 2m
(*1)
â
á
â
á
LOAD: 43%
SAVING: 7%
Screen 1.5
2
â
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
(*1)
Screen 6.5
â
Screen 5.5
TEMP1 HIGH: – –
TEMP2 HIGH: – –
(*1)
â
Screen 4.5
* ILUEST * -0N9600 MDBS (01) â
NOMINAL: 220V
SAVE: 187V
(*1)
â
á
â
á
â
á
(List of last 200 events, starting from most recent).
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
••••
Screen 1.4
2,1kVA (L)
2
1,7kW
PF:0,83 â
See table 2, of alarm list).
Screen 1.3
2
9,7A â
06-05 (DES)
12:56 13-M.BYP.
••••
OUTPUT:
221V
á
Screen 0.3
COMM. STATUS
000000111 (3)
(*1)
Screen 6.6
â
Screen 5.6
SAVE LEVEL 2
187V
â
Screen 4.6
*RS-232 * -0N9600 MDBS (01) â
Screen 1.6
2
–33ºC â
DS.IGBT(S): – –
DS.IGBT(P): – –
(*1)
(*1)
IND.: 29ºC
H:
37ºC
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
(*1)
Screen 6.7
â
Screen 5.10
TYPE OF SETTING
( -INDIVIDUAL- ) â
Screen 4.7
*RS-485 * -0FF9600 MDBS (05) á
Screen 1.7
Version
M:2
01.04.03E06 â
BYP. FAIL.: – –
FAN FAIL: – –
(*1)
(*1)
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ç
Screen 9.1
â
Screen 10.1
......................
(0000) NORMAL â
ç
* ENERGY *
* METERS *
Screen 8.1
* ASTRONOMICAL *
* CLOCK * â
ç
Screen 7.1
* TIME *
* SCHEDULER * â
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
Screen 10.2
Version
01.01.09E08
Screen 9.2
Nominal: 00001h 000000001.8kWh â
Screen 8.2
â
Screen 7.2
Scheduler
Enable (NO)
Sunset: 20:54 Sunrise.: 06:41
Fig. 29. Screen map of LCD panel.
ç
Comes from previous
page
(see screen 6.1).
â
á
â
á
â
á
ç
Screen 7.3
â
Screen 7.10
â
Screen 9.3
Save L1: 0 0000h 000000000.0kWh â
Screen 8.3
Lon.: 2º 10’ Lat.: 41º 24’
Screen 7.20
Day: Monday-Sun Prog.: DOUBLE (2) â
ç
Day: Modnay-Sun Prog.: DOUBLE (1) â
(*1)
Day: Monday Prog.: SIMPLE
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
Screen 7.4
i
Screen 9.4
Save L2: 00000h
000000000.0kWh á
Screen 8.4
Zenit: OFFICIAL GMT: 1
â
Screen 7.25
Save L1
05:00 â
Screen 7.21
ASTRONOM. CLOCK
NO
 (YES)  â
Screen 7.11
ASTRONOM. CLOCK
NO
 (YES)  â
Save L2
01:00
(*1)
ASTRONOM. CLOCK
NO
 (YES)  â
Screen 8.5
á
Screen 7.26
– OFF –
07:41 á
Screen 7.22
Save L1
23:00 â
Screen 7.12
Save 1
23:00 â
Screen 7.5
Save L1
23:00 â
Offset ON: Om
OFF:
Om
Nominal
07:00
– ON –
20:54
– ON –
20:54
(*1)
– ON –
20:54
â
á
â
á
â
á
Save L2
01:00
Save L2
01:00
Nominal
07:00
Screen 7.23
Save L1
05:00 â
Screen 7.13
Save L1
05:00 â
Screen 7.6
– OFF –
07:41 á
â
á
â
á
Nominal
06:00
Nominal
07:00
(*1) It means that they are screens for setting, they are hidden by password.
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
â
á
Screen 7.24
Save L1
99:99 â
Screen 7.14
– OFF –
07:41 á
Screen 7.14
Time when it will shift from Saving 1 to Nominal and time when it
will be shutdown (in case the astronomical clock were NOT active)
stalled. The geographical coordinates of longitude and latitude in
degrees and seconds can be obtained from a GPS, map, Internet,....
and entered in this screen.
Screen 7.20
It is possible to select the weekdays that will follow a determined
programming, each weekday, from Monday to Friday, Saturday and
Sunday, Monday to Sunday, and 10 special days. It can be selected
the days and special days that are affected by the programming.
Duty cycle is DOUBLE (2), which means to make two consecutive
time DOUBLE (1) program without going Off.
Screen 8.4
Time zone as regards Greenwich Meridian. Select zenith: OFFICIAL,
CIVIL, NAUTICAL or ASTRONOMICAL.
GMT (Greenwich Meridian Time): In Spain the time referred to GMT
is GMT+1.
Screen 8.5
Offset (positive or negative delay) to start up «On» and shutdown «Off»
ILUEST+. A value can be entered to put forward or delay some minutes,
the start up and/or shutdown of the equipment therefore the lighting too
Relating to zenith: Official, civil, nautical or astronomical.
Generally Sunrise and Sunset are referred to the moment
when the solar ring is over the horizon. So, we have to consider the
semi-diameter of the sun ring, which has 16 minutes of arch.
So, the sunrise and sunset happen when the sun has an altitude
of –0º50’ (34’ for refraction, and plus 16’ for semi-diameter of the
ring). It is the official twilight.
Meanwhile the atmosphere reflects the solar light, the sky is not
dark instantly during the sunsetting. During the civil twilight, there
is enough light to make activities outside; it happens meanwhile the
altitude of the sun is –6º.
During the nautical twilight, there is enough darkness to see
the most brilliant stars, but not enough light to see the horizon,
activating the browsers to measure the stellar altitudes; it happens
meanwhile the altitude of the sun is –12º.
During the astronomical twilight, the sky still has too much light
to make reliable astronomical observations; it happens meanwhile
the altitude of the sun is –18º.
Once the sun is below 18º relating to horizon, we talk about astronomical darkness. The same twilight diagram is repeated , to the
other way with the sunrise.
In summer, the astronomical twilight is prolonged all night long in
those places that its latitude overcomes the 49º.
Recommendation: For a normal use of ILUEST+ astronomical clock,
it is recommended to put the option «Zen» to «Off» (Official).
Screen 7.21
Astronomical clock can be activated (YES/NO) in order to make
variable the start up and shutdown of the equipment depending on
the day duration and according to the season of the year.
Screen 7.22
Time when it will start up (in case the astronomical clock were NOT
active) and time when it will shift from Nominal to Saving 1.
Screen 7.23
Time when it will shift from Saving 1 to Saving 2 and time that it will
shift from Saving 2 to Saving 1.
Screen 7.24
Time when it will shift from Saving 1 to Nominal and time when it
will shift from Nominal to Saving 1.
Screen 7.25
Time when it will shift from Saving 1 to Saving 2 and time that it will
shift from Saving 2 to Saving 1.
Screen 7.26
Time when it will shift from Saving 1 to Nominal and time when
it will be shutdown (in case the astronomical clock were NOT active).
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6.3.9.- Menu «Astronomical clock» (Screen 8.1).
6.3.10.- Menu «Energy counters» (Screen 9.1).
All the screens of this menu are hidden by default and a password
has to be entered (0500) in «screen 10.1» to make any setting. This
safety level allows that non-authorised staff makes any setting or
modify any preset values.
To go from main screen press eight times the advance key (ç). By
means of key (â) there is access to all the screens of astronomical
clock, being able to move from one to another with the keys (â)
or (á).
Screen 8.2
Sunset and sunrise. Data calculated by the astronomical clock, depending on the geographical location that the equipment is installed
(entered values in screen 8.3) day of the year and GMT (value in
screen 8.4).
Screen 8.3
Gegraphical location of the city or town where ILUEST+ is in-
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To go from main screen press nine times the advance key (ç).
By means of key (â) there is access to all the screens of energy
counters, being able to move from one to another with the keys
(â) or (á).
This menu allows checking the operating time in each status (Nominal, Saving 1 and Saving 2), as well as the accumulated consumptions in kWh of each one.
Screen 9.2
Number of hours and accumulated kWh with the equipment in
Nominal status
Screen 9.3
Number of hours and accumulated kWh with the equipment in
Saving 1 status.
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Number of hours and accumulated kWh with the equipment in
Saving 2 status.
6.3.11.- Menu «Password» (Screen 10.1).
To go from main screen press ten times the advance key (ç). By
means of key (â) there is access to next screen of this menu, being
able to move from one to another with the keys (â) or (á).
Enter the «Password» (0500) in this screen, to go to settings and
changing of restricted data (screens underlined with (*1) in figure
20).
Screen 10.2
Firmware version of LCD panel.
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7.- MAiNTENance, warranty and service.
7.1.-
BASIC MAINTENANCE GUIDE.
Main directives for a correct maintenance are aliked to those ones
made by our Service and Technical Support when making the Preventive maintenance (see section 7.5).
7.2.-
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE (F.A.Q.).
In case of wrong operating of the equipment, and before contacting
with the Service and Technical Support (S.T.S.), the user should try
to solve the problem with its own means, if the symptoms are one
of the followings:
7.2.1.- If the equipment doesn't start up.
Check:
• Input voltage is correct. Otherwise::
ˆˆ Check that the protections of the installation are turned
«On».
ˆˆ Check that the headline contactor is turned «On». Check:
–– Manual-automatic-off switch is not in «Off» position.
–– Setting in the LCD panel (select time scheduler NO and
the equipment should start up ).
ˆˆ Check that input switch is turned «On». (Available in formats
(T) or (I) only).
7.2.2.- If the equipment is on Bypass.
Check:
• Forced Bypass order is not activated in the terminal strip of any
module.
• Forced Bypass order is not activated in the terminal strip of the
control card BM491*.
• It is not turned «On» «M. shutdown» in the LCD panel.
7.3.-replacing one module from ILUEST+ set.
Before describing the steps to follow for replacing a module in a
three phase system, a short mention of input switch and Manual
Bypass (optional that can be fitted in by default or by the user according to diagram of figure 11), which are not available in format
(OEM), has to be done.
In case of damaging anyone of them and if it is a single phase or
three phase equipment, proceed with the following step described
in the procedure. Nevertheless in the event of not having manual
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Bypass, the lamps will not be fed during faults, so the equipment
has to be shutdown completely and proceed to replace the module
directly, by respecting the other established steps.
Next, the actions to make for a three phase ILUEST+ with switch
(4) and manual Bypass (7) built in, are described. Therefore proceed
according to the description of previous paragraph:
1. To remove any module (0*).
• In equipments with format (I), open front door (Pf) by means of
the supplied key. When tasks are ended, close the door (Pf).
• Put the equipment on maintenance Bypass. Switch (7) in «Bypass» position.
• Turn «Off» input switch (4) of the equipment. In those equipments
without this switch, the input circuit breaker for ILUEST+ protection
has to be turned «Off», therefore the loads will not be fed (lights).
• Disconnect the communication flat cable and 10 pins (Fc), from
connector (Cb) of faulty module (0*) and located in the bottom
side of each module.
• Remove the screws (t1) that fix the cover (Tb) and take the
cover out. (equipments with format (T) or (I)).
• Remove screw (t2) that fix the cover (Tm) of module and separate slightly from the equipment from its bottom part and pull
towards the roof (about 2 cm) till it goes out from its border.
• Remove the connection cables from the terminal strip of the
affected module (0*).
• Remove screw (t3) that fix the module:
ˆˆ If it is the only one module (OEM) (single phase equipment) unscrew both fixing screws (t3) from top support and loosen slightly
both screws from bottom support, and take out the module.
ˆˆ For any module (OEM) that belongs to a three phase
system, unscrew both fixing screws (t3) from bottom support and take down the module from top support by lifting it
up to the roof slightly (about 4 cm), and take it out.
2. To replace a module (0*).
• Check that there is no voltage in the connection cables of
module (0*).
• Put back the module (0*) to its position in a reverse way when
it was taken out. Proceed to fix it to the base that the previous
one was hanged.
• Connect the connection cables to the terminal strip of the affected module (0*).
• Remove screw (t2) that fix cover (Tm) of new module, separate
slightly from the equipment from its bottom part and pull towards the roof (about 2 cm) till it goes out from its border.
• Check the communication address of the new module to insert
it in a three phase system. In a single phase equipment is not
needed to do this step.
By dipswitch SW1 of card BM510* (see figure 30), select the
correct address as it is described as follows:
ˆˆ The address of each module in a three phase system is established, from left to right and with the equipment seen
from its front, as 1-2-3 and corresponds with phases R-S-T.
For example:
In case of the most right module was fault (phase T), the
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new module should have the address 3 (see figure 30) in
order to have the correct communication with the rest of
the equipment.
Connect the communication flat cable and 10 pins (Fc), from
connector (Cb) of new module (0*) and located in the bottom
side of each module.
Turn «On» input switch (4) of the equipment. In those equipments
without this switch, the input circuit breaker for ILUEST+ protection
has to be turned «On».
Check that ILUEST+ starts properly.
Check the output voltage of the new module (0*).
Check the correct operating of the complete set.
Turn «Off» input switch (4) of the equipment. In those equipments
without this switch, the input circuit breaker for ILUEST+ protection
has to be turned «Off», therefore the loads will not be fed (lights).
Put back cover (Tm) of new module and fix it through the screw
(t2).
In equipments with manual bypass, return it back to the position where the output is supplied from ILUEST+. Switch (7) to
position «Stabilizer».
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Nr of modules.
Power of the equipment.
Serial number.
Clock setting.
Type of lamps.
Desired ILUEST+ selections: start voltage, nominal, saving,....
Astronomical clock setting: coordenates...
Time scheduler.
7.4.-
WARRANTY CONDITIONS.
The limited warranty by our company only applies to those products that you acquire for commercial or industrial use in the normal
development of your business.
7.4.1.- Covered product.
Lighting Flow Dimmer-Stabilizer, ILUEST+ model.
If the module (0*) to replace is the one in the center with LCD panel
(12) and the LCD panel works properly, the LCD panel can be removed easily (12) from the faulty module and put back into the new
one, because its modularity allows it.
• Remove screw (t2) that fix cover (Tm) of new module, separate
slightly from the equipment from its bottom part and pull towards the roof (about 2 cm) till it goes out from its border.
• Take out the control card and LCD panel, by pulling from it to
the roof slightly and take out the connectors with its respective
flat cables.
• Put the control card with LCD panel into the new module, and
insert the flat cables connectors.
If the LCD panel has to be replaced (12) or the module with LCD
panel is completely replaced, then the following parameters have
to be selected:
7.4.2.- Warranty terms.
This product is guaranteed against any parts and/or labour defect
for 12 months period from its commissioning by our company staff
or other specifically authorised, or 18 months from its factory delivery, whichever expires first. In case of failure of the product inside
the warranty period, we must repair, at your facilities at no cost, the
faulty part or parts. The transport expenses and packaging will be
borne to the user.
We guarantees for period time higher than 10 years, the availability
of parts and spare parts, as hardware as software, as well as a complete assistance regarding the reparations, components replacement
and software updating.
7.4.3.- Out of scope of supply.
SW1-1
SW1-2
1
OFF
OFF
2
ON
OFF
3
OFF
ON
SW1-2
SW1-1
ON
OFF
Adress
BM510*00
Our company is not forced by the warranty if it appreciates that
the defect in the product doesn't exist or it was caused by a wrong
use, negligence, installation and/or inadequate testing, tentative of
repairing or not authorized modification, or any other cause beyond
the foreseen use, or by accident, fire, lightnings or other dangers.
Neither it will cover, in any case, compensations for damages or
injuries.
Fig. 30. Dip-switch SW1 to set address module.
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7.5.-available maintenance and service
contracts.
When the warranty is expired, and adapting to the customer’s
needs, has several maintenance modalities:
Preventive.
It guarantees a higher safety to preserve the correct operating of
the equipments with a yearly preventive visit, in which the specialised technicians of our company make several tests and sets in
the systems:
• Check and write down the input and output voltages and currents per
phase.
• Check the logged alarms (with the option telemanagement pack).
• Check the readings of the LCD panel.
• Digital LCD panel: input/output voltage and current and temperatures.
• Other measurements.
• Check the fan status.
• Check the load level.
• Check the selected language.
• Check the correct location of the equipment.
• General cleaning of the equipment.
This way, it is guaranteed the perfect operating and the possible
coming faults are avoided.
These supervisions are usually done without shutdown the equipment. In those cases that a shutdown were needed, date and time
would agree with the customer to do the task.
This maintenance modality covers, inside the working timetable, all
the journey expenses and manpower.
Additional arrangement: 1-m-cb.
• Index 1. It means the number or Preventive visits per year.
It includes displacement and manpower expenses inside the
established timetable for each maintenance modality, as well
as all the needed Corrective visits. Excluding all the parts and
batteries in case of reparation.
• Index m. It means to include all the spare parts.
7.6.-
TECHNICAL SERVICE NETWORK.
The covering, as national as international, of Service and Technical
Support (S.T.S.) points, are made up by:
At national level:
Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, Gijon, La Coruña, Las Palmas de
G.Canaria, Malaga, Murcia, Palma de Mallorca, San Sebastian, Seville, Valencia and Zaragoza.
Subsidiaries:
Andorra, France, Portugal, Hungary, United Kingdom, China, Singapore, Uruguay and Mexico.
Rest of world:
Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Ireland, Holland, Belgium, Poland,
Russia, Ukraine, Germany, Greece, Czech Republic, Switzerland,
Chile, Peru, Argentina, Colombia, Brazil, Ecuador, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia,
Jordan, Kuwait, Egypt, Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia.
Corrective.
When a fault occurs in the equipment operating, and previous notice
to our Service and Technical Support (S.T.S.), in which a specialized
technician will establish the failure scope and he will determine a first
diagnostic, the corrective action starts.
The needed visits for its correct resolution are unlimited and they
are included inside the maintenance modalities. It means that in
case of failure, we will check the equipments as many time as it
were needed.
Besides, inside these two modalities, is possible to fix the action
timetable and response times in order to be adapted to the customer’s needs:
• LV8HLS. Customer’s attention from Monday to Friday from
9 h. to 18 h. The response time is inside the same day or, as
maximum, in the next 24 hours of the fault notification.
• LS14HLS. Customer’s attention from Monday to Saturday from
6 h. to 20 h. Response time is inside the same day or, as maximum, at first time of the next working day.
• LD24HLS. Customer’s attention from Monday to Sunday 24
h., 365 days per year. Response time in less than two or three
hours after the fault notification.
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8.- ANNEXES.
BYPASS
Type
Features
Activation criteria
8.1.-
GENERAL TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.
Rearmament
technologY
Type
Bi-directional converter of high
frequency at IGBT’s, electronic, static,
transformerless and with continuous
regulation of the output voltage.
Single phase 230 V.
Three phase 3x400 V
(4 wires: 3 phases + N).
Regulation range
180 ÷ 220 V.
+ 25% / –7% U nominal.
+ 25% / –17% U saving 1 (VSHP).
+ 25% / –10% U saving 2 (VM).
Frequency
40 ÷ 65 Hz.
Protection of module
Input and output fuses and electronic
by temperature, overload, fault and
input and output varistors.
Input switch (less formats OEM)
Two poles for single phase unit or four
poles for three phase unit.
OUTPUT
Power of modules / equipments
See table 8 to 12.
Voltage
Adjustable from 215 V to 230 V (220 V
as standard)
Accuracy in regulation
>±0,5%. Accuracy inside regulation
range (input voltage 230 V +20% /
–3%), better than ±0,5%.
Accuracy at limit of range
±2,5% ±2 V. Accuracy out from limits
of regulation (input voltage 230 V ±7%)
= ±2,5% ±2 V.
Soft start voltage
Preset depending on the type of lamp
and adjustable.
Minimum saving level
180V (phase to neutral). Adjustable.
Ramp duration setting
From 1 V / minute to 6 V / minute.
Output voltage response /
against input fluctuation
< 40 ms.
Regulation
Continuous and independent per phase.
Efficiency
> 95 %.
Phase unbalancing
100% permissible.
Saving voltage selection 1 or 2
With Telemanagement Pack SICRES,
with LCD panel or PC application.
Permissible overload
120 % for 1 minute.
Permissible power factor
Total harmonic distortion
From 0,5 lagging to 0,5 leading.
Relating to the fundamental reinjected
by the equipment < 3 %.
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Minimum load in the equipment
to comply the harmonics limits of
section 6.3 of norm EA 0033:2007 =
20% of nominal power.
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independent per phase.
Overtemperature, overload, fault, output
fault, manual activation.
Automatic by alarm condition
disappearing.
Quantiy of retries: 10; Time between
retries: 8 sec..
MANUAL BYPASS (Optional)
Type
INPUT
Voltage
No break.
Rotatory switch, two or four poles with
2 positions (1-2), make before break and
auxiliary contact.
COMMUNICATIONS
Equipment
RS-232 communication port
Equipment with control card
BM491* 00, version digital I/O
(optional)
RS-232 and RS-485 (optional)
communication ports.
OTHER COMMUNICATIONS WITH CONTROL CARD BM491*00,
VERSION DIGITAL I/O (OPTIONAL)
Inputs
Outputs
Communication port
Telemanagement unit SICRES
(optional)
1 for Saving order.
1 for Bypass order.
5 digitals.
5 dry contacts (they are provided with
NO and NC contacts per each relay)
RS-485 with connector SUB-D9.
RS-232 with connector RJ of 4 pins.
Communication interface for Ethernet
networks and TCP-IP protocol and
SNMP, GSM / GRPS modem, RTC
modem.
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SICRES unit needs the external
communication device as
interconnection with the equipment.
ENVIRONMENTALS
Cooling
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Forced (see volume in table 4).
20ºC a +40ºC (for higher temperatures
derate the equipment 4 % per each ºC
over ).
–40ºC to +55ºC.
Relative humidity
Up to 95%, non-condensing.
Operating altitude
< 1.000 m.a.s.l.
Mean Time Between Failures
(MTBF)
60.000 hours.
Mean Time To Repair (MTTR)
30 minutes.
Acoustical noise at 1 metre
< 48dBA (with typical load).
INDICATORS
Optical (per phase)
Bypass
Alarm
Status
Communications
Local Bypass
Local Saving
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FORMATS AND PROTECTION
(OEM) -original equipment
manufactured-. Degree IP20
Indoor (T) with protection
degree IP20
Version three phase Kit OEM
Equipment to be fitted indoor both as a
replacement of one module for a three
phase equipment and to be integrated in
particular installations. Pay attention to
indoor format description (T).
Equipment to be fitted indoor.
Assembled inside a chassis of
galvanised sheeted steel with painted
covers with epoxy coat colour RAL-7032
and silk-screened, with base of four
holes to fix it to the floor of the cabinet
where it will built in.
Outdoors (I) with protection
degree IP54
Independent equipment for outdoors.
Assembled in a reinforced and insulated
cabinet of polyester with grey colour
RAL-7032.
Protection against electrical
shocks
Class I.
To be installed external to the
equipment with format (T) or (I)
To be installed external to the
equipment with format (OEM)
MODEL
(kVA)
7,5
Kit NET+ 10-4-LCD
10
Kit NET+ 15-4-LCD
15
Kit NET+ 20-4-LCD
20
19
Kit NET+ 25-4-LCD
25
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Kit NET+ 30-4-LCD
30
Kit NET+ 45-4-LCD
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Manual Bypass.
Control card BM491*00.
Interface for Ethernet networks SICRES
(When control card BM491*00 is
previously installed).
Manual Bypass (optional).
GSM/GPRS modem and its
communication antenna.
Manual Bypass.
Control card BM491*00.
Interface for Ethernet networks SICRES
(When control card BM491*00 is
previously installed).
UNE AENOR EA 0032-2007.
Operating
IEC 62041.
POWER (kVA)
NET+ 7,5-4 T
7,5
NET+ 10-4 T
10
NET+ 15-4 T
15
NET+ 20-4 T
20
NET+ 25-4 T
25
NET+ 30-4 T
30
NET+ 45-4 T
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200 x 516 x 345,4
19
200 x 516 x 505
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DIMENSIONS (mm)
WEIGHT
(Depth x Width x Height)
(kg)
29
30
240 x 520 x 610
31
33
54
240 x 520 x 770
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Table 10.Dimensions and weights for formats (T).
Environmental quality
management
MODEL
POWER (kVA)
UNE AENOR EA 0033-2007.
NET+ 7,5-4 TW
7,5
CE.
NET+ 10-4 TW
10
Marking
ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 TÜV.
Table 7. General technical specifications.
PARTICULAR TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.
NET+ 15-4 TW
15
NET+ 20-4 TW
20
NET+ 25-4 TW
25
NET+ 30-4 TW
30
NET+ 45-4 TW
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POWER
(kVA)
Kit NE+ 3,5-2-LCD
3,5
Kit NE+ 6,5-2-LCD
5
Kit NE+ 10-2-LCD
10
Kit NE+ 15-2-LCD
15
DIMENSIONS (mm)
WEIGHT
(Depth x Width x Height)
(kg)
200 x 172 x 345,4
200 x 172 x 505
DIMENSIONS (mm)
WEIGHT
(Depth x Width x Height)
(kg)
29
30
245 x 350 x 823
31
33
54
245 x 3500 x 1142
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Table 11.Dimensions and weights for formats (TW).
OUTDOOR Version (I)
Version single phase Kit OEM
6
6
14
14
Table 8. Dimensions and weights for single phase format (OEM).
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Table 9. Dimensions and weights for threee phase format (OEM).
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Electromagnetic compatibility
(EMC)
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(kg)
INDOOR VERTICAL Version (TW)
Safety
MODEL
WEIGHT
Kit NET+ 7,5-4-LCD
STANDARDS
8.2.
DIMENSIONS (mm)
(Depth x Width x Height)
INDOOR Version (T)
STANDARDIZED OPTIONAL
To be built in equipments with
format (T) or (I)
POWER
Dimensions for single or three phase Kit (OEM) do not inclued
the dimensions of support to hung up the modules.
MODEL
POWER (kVA)
DIMENSIONS (mm)
WEIGHT
(Depth x Width x Height)
(kg)
NET+ 7,5-4 I
7,5
64
NET+ 10-4 I
10
65
NET+ 15-4 I
15
NET+ 20-4 I
20
66
NET+ 25-4 I
25
89
NET+ 30-4 I
30
90
NET+ 45-4 I
45
91
320 x 750 x 1105
Table 12.Dimensions and weights for formats (I).
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Height
Height
Width
Depth
Depth
Height
Width
Height
Depth
Height
Width
Width
Depth
Width
Depth
Fig. 31. Profile of the differents formats.
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8.3.-
GlossarY.
Arranque suave.
Type of start up or turning on the lights. It is done in order to avoid
the mechanical stress that the lamps suffer and the overload that it
means when they are started at nominal.
Bypass.
System that connects the output with the input directly when there
is a failure in the loads or equipment. It avoids to shutdown the
lighting.
Control center.
Electrical panel destined to feed, distribute, protect, etc., the
lighting installations.
Electromagnetic compatibility.
Its target is to establish evaluation procedures of conformity and
electromagnetic protection requirements relating to electromagnetic compatibility of the equipments, systems and installations for
its following marketing and commissioning.
Dry contacts.
Electrical contacts are parts of management that connect or disconnect
our receivers (coils, lights, motors, etc.). Those contacts are housed inside
the contact chamber and they work by different systems, i.e. buttons,
switches, relays, etc.
Harmonic currents.
Added currents to the fundamental frequency with a determined
sinewave shape. They are called like this because when this harmonics currents appear, they distort the original wave shape.
Equipment to incorporate.
Equipment based on a chassis that has all the parts in, being not
able to have any specific protection against electrical shocks.
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In this case the electrical shock protection has to be provided by an additional enclosure that it will be fitted in the
final installation.
Equipment of continuous variation.
Equipment where the output voltage varies in a continuous way or
steps lower than 0,3 % of the nominal voltage.
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They are habitually characterized, because the power stage
is based on a variable and motorized autotransformer. The
voltage provided to the loads is given by the autotransformer directly through the carbon brushes system, or in combination with a
transformer, called «booster» that adds or subtracts; or the voltage
variation is given by pure power static parts.
Equipments with step variation.
Equipment where the output voltage varies in steps higher or equal
to 0,3 % of the nominal voltage.
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They are habitually characterized, because the power stage
is based on a tap autotransformer. The voltage provided to
the loads is given by the autotransformer directly, or in combination
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with a transformer, called «booster» that adds or subtracts; The
switching between the different taps can be done with static, electromechanical or dynamic parts.
Dynamic equipments.
Equipment to make functions of voltage stabilizing and light flow
dimming, where its main circuit uses parts with motorized movement (motorized variable autotransformers, carbon brushes, etc.).
Static equipments.
Equipment to make functions of voltage stabilizing and light flow
dimming, where its main circuit uses static parts (thyristors, triacs
, etc.).
Independent equipment.
Equipment housed in an enclosure completely closed, less the
bottom surface, in order to assure the protection degree according
to its marking.
Outdoor.
Denomination used to designate the capacity of the enclosure, due
to its protection degree to be placed outdoor.
Relay interface.
Communication port of the equipment with the external world,
made up by some dry contacts.
Static solid switch .
Electrically speaking, it is an electronic switch without physical
movement based on a silicon square with a particular mix.
IP20 / IP54.
Suitable protection degree to withstand the inclemency of the
weather.
Marcado CE.
Certification that has to meet all the electrical equipments in Europe. Any manufacturer has its own capacity for its autocertification.
Telemanagement pack.
Optional pack to establish local and/or remote communication with
ILUEST. It contents a card, built in the equipment, and application
software.
Time scheduler.
Clock with capacity to temporize the activation of one or several
relays.
Astronomical clock.
Clock with mathematical algorithm, which is able, by programming
the latitude and longitude of a determined geographical point previously, to keep the sunset and sunrise tables of all the days of the
year. Usually it is used to turn on/off the lighting in an accurate
way.
Indoor.
Denomination used to designate the location of the equipment inside of an existent feeder pillar or control centre.
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IRLANDA
JORDANIA
NORUEGA
KUWAIT
REPÚBLICA CHECA
MARRUECOS
SUECIA
TÚNEZ
SUIZA
KAZAJSTÁN
UCRANIA
PAKISTÁN
ARGENTINA
FILIPINAS
BRASIL
INDONESIA
CHILE
MALASIA
COLOMBIA
TAILANDIA
Product Range
Uninterruptible Power Supply UPS
Voltage Stabilizers and Power Line Conditioners
Switch Mode Power Supplies
Industrial Power Supplies
Lighting Flow Dimmer-Stabilizers
Static Inverters
Continuous Regulation Autotransformers
EK765E01
Nota: Salicru can give other electronics solutions according to the application specifications or technical specifications.
U N I N T E R R U P T I B L E P O W E R S U P P LY ( U P S )
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