User Manual - Cristal Controls
CCLK-1004 3.0.0
Section 3.8 for Lux sensing
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2014-08-12
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Index
1.
2.
General description ...............................................................................................................................7
1.1.
Software algorithm .......................................................................................................................7
1.2.
Schedules operation ................................................................................................................... 8
Installation ............................................................................................................................................. 10
2.1.
Connections .................................................................................................................................. 10
WARNING: ELECTRICAL RISK............................................................................................................ 11
Terminals Designation ....................................................................................................................... 11
2.2.
Sensor input (photocell)............................................................................................................ 11
2.3.
Relays (4x) ...................................................................................................................................... 12
2.4.
Communication ............................................................................................................................ 12
Ethernet IEEE 802.3............................................................................................................................. 12
3.
Setting ......................................................................................................................................................14
3.1.
Version display ............................................................................................................................. 15
3.2.
Main screen ................................................................................................................................... 16
3.3.
Main Menu ...................................................................................................................................... 16
3.4.
Menu “Schedules” ...................................................................................................................... 16
3.4.1.
Menu “Schedule” ..................................................................................................................... 17
Output selection .................................................................................................................................. 18
Output # .................................................................................................................................................. 18
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3.4.1.1.
Menu “Week” ........................................................................................................................... 18
This menu is to set the events for the selected output. ...................................................... 18
Week ........................................................................................................................................................ 18
Day ............................................................................................................................................................ 19
Reuse ....................................................................................................................................................... 19
Events ...................................................................................................................................................... 19
Event edition .........................................................................................................................................20
Type ..........................................................................................................................................................20
Value ........................................................................................................................................................20
Time ........................................................................................................................................................... 21
Offset ........................................................................................................................................................ 21
3.4.1.2. Menu “Special” ......................................................................................................................... 21
Special ...................................................................................................................................................... 21
Enable ...................................................................................................................................................... 22
Edit ............................................................................................................................................................ 22
Date Edition ........................................................................................................................................... 23
3.4.1.3. Menu “Effective Period” ...................................................................................................... 23
Effective Period ................................................................................................................................... 23
Start Date ............................................................................................................................................... 23
End Date.................................................................................................................................................. 23
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3.4.2.
Menu “Astronomic” ............................................................................................................... 23
Astronomic ............................................................................................................................................ 24
Latitude ................................................................................................................................................... 24
Longitude ............................................................................................................................................... 24
Info ............................................................................................................................................................ 24
3.5.
Clock Menu .................................................................................................................................... 24
3.5.1.
Menu “Date / Time” ............................................................................................................... 25
3.5.1.
Menu “Daylight saving” ........................................................................................................ 25
Standard Offset ................................................................................................................................... 25
DST Offset.............................................................................................................................................. 25
Start Date ...............................................................................................................................................26
End Date..................................................................................................................................................26
3.6.
Network Menu ..............................................................................................................................26
DHCP / automatic IP address ......................................................................................................... 27
IP / Address Menu .............................................................................................................................. 27
Net mask Menu .................................................................................................................................... 27
Gateway Menu ......................................................................................................................................28
Speed Menu ..........................................................................................................................................28
MAC Address Menu ............................................................................................................................29
3.7.
BACnet Menu ................................................................................................................................29
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BACnet Device Id Menu .....................................................................................................................29
Port / BACnet communication port .............................................................................................30
APDU Timeout (ms)............................................................................................................................30
APDU Retries ........................................................................................................................................30
Object Prefix .......................................................................................................................................... 31
Write priority .......................................................................................................................................... 31
3.8.
Lux Menu ......................................................................................................................................... 31
3.9.
Photocell Sub menu .................................................................................................................... 31
Max Value (lux)..................................................................................................................................... 32
Filter ......................................................................................................................................................... 32
3.10.
Relay Sub menu ...................................................................................................................... 32
Setpoint On ............................................................................................................................................ 33
Setpoint Off ........................................................................................................................................... 33
Setpoint Delay ...................................................................................................................................... 33
3.11.
Menu “Reset”................................................................................................................................ 34
4.
Network Object .................................................................................................................................... 35
5.
Time Zones ............................................................................................................................................ 36
6.
Special dates ......................................................................................................................................... 38
6.1.
Canadian: ........................................................................................................................................ 38
6.2.
United State ................................................................................................................................. 40
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7.
Dimensions.............................................................................................................................................41
8.
Material specifications ...................................................................................................................... 42
8.1.
Outputs ........................................................................................................................................... 42
8.2.
Input ................................................................................................................................................. 42
List of Figures
Figure 1 - Connections ................................................................................................................................ 10
Figure 2 - Input ................................................................................................................................................ 11
Figure 3 - Outputs .......................................................................................................................................... 12
Figure 4 - Buttons..........................................................................................................................................14
Figure 5 – Overview of the schedule menu ......................................................................................... 17
Table 6 - BACnet Objects........................................................................................................................... 35
Figure 7 - CCLK-1004 dimensions ..........................................................................................................41
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1. General description
The CCLK-1004 manages 4 relays using schedules and a photocell input.
A 0-10V analog photocell can be connected on the input “Sensor”. Each relay is
activated base on an activation setpoint and a de-activation setpoint assisted by a time
setpoint.
Schedule and photocell can be used on the same relay. Actions are performed when
event occurs; the photocell controls are performed during the transitions with a
setpoint regardless of whether a command has arrived before a time or programmed
after.
The CCLK-1004 uses the BACnet communication protocol. The BACnet protocol is used
to read and change the status of relays, read the value of the light sensor and the 0-10V
input.
1.1. Software algorithm
The CCLK-1004 software use the value read by the “Sensor” input for the light level
calculation read by the “Sensor”. The maximum brightness read by the sensor (when
the sensor signal is 10V) is configured to allow the calculation of the brightness level.
Each relays as it own ON and OFF setpoint and a time out value.
On power up, the CCLK-1004 detect the status of each relay and launch the control
sequence. The relays haves a latching contact type so their status does not change on
power lost. When a relay is activated (closed contact), the CCLK-1004 check the
deactivation condition. When the relay is deactivated (open contact), the CCLK 1004
check the activation condition.
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When a relay is verified for activation condition, the CCLK-1004 checks if the light level
drops below the setpoint "ON" and stays there for a time equal to the set timeout value.
When these conditions are met, the relay is energized (relay contact) and the CCLK1004 starts the verification conditions for the relay off.
When a relay is verified for off condition, the CCLK-1004 checks if the light level rises
above setpoint "OFF" and stays there for a time equal to the set timeout value. When
these conditions are met, the relay is deactivated (open relay) and the controller will
verify the conditions for activation relay.
The relays commands are shown into BACnet objects for the 4 relays. It is possible to
set priority at which commands are passed to the BACnet objects using “BACnet
Browser” software.
Refer to section 3.8 to 3.10 for photocell setting and section 2.2 for the installation.
1.2. Schedules operation
Any of the 4 relays can have its own weekly schedule. Every day of the week can contain
up to 4 commands to apply to a relay. These 4 commands can be set at a fixed time or
set according to the sunrise or sunset time.
The seven days of the week can be programmed differently. The interface let a week
day to reuse the same events from another day without having to copy the contents. An
eight day name “Special” is added to the week days. This eighth day is use for
exceptions of some calendar dates. The CCLK-1004 already defines several known
dates and two custom date ranges can be added. It is possible to decide for each relay if
the calendar dates apply or not. Example, a schedule can control the outdoor lighting
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regardless of the calendar while another schedule controls indoor lighting using
calendar dates.
Refer to section 3.4 to 3.5 for schedule settings.
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2. Installation
The CCLK-1004 is supply with a 35 mm (1/4’’) DIN-Rail enclosure.
2.1. Connections
Screw type terminals are use for connections.
24VAC
Power supply
Photocell
terminals
Relay
contacts
Ethernet
terminal
Figure 1 - Connections
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WARNING: ELECTRICAL RISK
Turn off the power supply before the beginning of the installation.
Otherwise it can cause electrical shocks and damage the equipment.
Terminals Designation
K 1-4
Relay contact.
Sensor
0-10 Volts photocell input.
24L
Positive supply terminal.
24N
Negative supply terminal.
2.2. Sensor input (photocell)
Photocell
(DHOP)
24Vdc
-
+
-
+
Sensor
Figure 2 - Input
Non-isolated 0-10 Vdc input with a 30K Ω impedance. Use to connect the Lux sensor.
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2.3. Relays (4x)
K1
K2
K3
K4
24L
Figure 3 - Outputs
The 4 outputs are 30 Volts DC maintain contact, (1 A) low consumption. The buttons
located on the left side of each relay are for relay manual operation.
2.4. Communication
BACnet IP is the communication protocol use by the CCLK-1004. This protocol allows
writing and reading the 4 relays status, read the photocell value, read the 0-10 V input
and set different options.
Ethernet IEEE 802.3
For BACnet-IP, the CCLK-1004 uses a standard CAT-5 unshielded twisted pair cable
with an RJ-45 type connector. This is a dual speed network card with auto negotiation
capability for any 10BASE-T (10 MBits) or 100BASE-T (100 MBits) connections.
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The auto negotiation procedure does not mix well on 1000BASE-T (1000 MBits)
connections. In this case, the speed of the CCLK-1004 communication card, of the
Network Interface Card when directly connected to a PC, or to an Ethernet switch needs
to be forced at 100 MBits or at 10 MBits to operate properly or the Ethernet will not “link”
and communication will fail.
Cable length should not exceed 100m (328 ft). If longer distances are needed, refer to a
specialized network company to convert the network to alternative media such as optic
fiber, DSL, or wireless.
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3. Setting
The settings of the CCLK 1004 can be done using the main screen or with the Cristal
Controls software name “BACnet Browser”. The “BACnet Browser” software is available
at:
http://www.cristalcontrols.com/download/category.php?id=application.
The main adjustable parameters are: setting the lux reading, setpoints or when ON and
OFF will be activated. More parameters can also be set for the operation or the network
communication.
Figure 4 - Buttons
Here is how to navigate through the screen using the 6 buttons below it.
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Up / +
Up in the menu selection.
Increase display value.
Maintain the button to scroll faster.
Down / -
Down in the menu selection.
Decrease display value.
Maintain the button to scroll faster.
Left
Exit a menu and return to the previous menu.
Right
Enter in the menu.
Enter
Confirmation of the new value.
Clr
Cancel the action being taken.
3.1. Version display
CC-CLOCK-BIP
2.2.0
On power up the CCLK-1004 version is displayed for 3 seconds then the display switch
to the main screen.
The version can be seen at any time using the main screen.
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3.2. Main screen
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17:07:42 s.t.
Lux: 1234
1:
2:
3:
4:
Main screen displays current time, actual Lux and relays status.
For setting modifications push on any of the 6 buttons located below the screen.
3.3. Main Menu
Scheduler
Clock
Network
BACnet
Lux
Language
Reset
Version
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
The main menu gives access to all sub menus. The arrow on the right “>” indicates this
selection will lead to a sub-menu. Below are details of each menu.
The “Left” button sends you back to the main menu and display the CCLK-1004 actual
state.
3.4. Menu “Schedules”
Schedule
Astronomic
>
>
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The menu “Schedules” is to set events, special dates and geographical coordinates for
astronomical events.
3.4.1. Menu “Schedule”
The hourly menu is to set schedules events and special dates to enable/disable the
outputs.
Schedule
Astronomic
>
>
Output
Output
Output
Output
1
2
3
4
>
>
>
>
Week
Special
Effective Period
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Reuse
Events
No
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
>
>
>
Start Date
End Date
>
>
Start Date 1
2013-01-01
New Year
✓
Entry 1
Entry 2
Entry 1
>
>
✓
Enable
Edit
End Date 1
2037-12-31
Start Date
2014- Jan-02
End Date
2014- Jan-07
Event1 -01:00⇧ On >
Event2
7:00 Off >
Event3
⇩ Off >
Event4
20:00 Off >
Type
Value
Time
Type
Value
Offset
Type
Value
Time >
Off
7:00 >
rise >
Off
-01:00 >
set >
On
Disable
Time
Sunrise
Sunset
✓
Time
7:00
Offset
-01:00
Figure 5 – Overview of the Schedule menu
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Output selection
Output
Output
Output
Output
1
2
3
4
>
>
>
>
This menu allows you to select the output to be configured; the next menu will affect
the selected output.
Output #
Week
Special
Effective Period
>
>
>
“Week” is to set events for the selected output. “Special” is to set special days.
”Applicable period” is to set to the selected output a start date plus an end date or a
schedule.
3.4.1.1. Menu “Week”
This menu is to set the events for the selected output.
Week
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Special
Mon.
Mon.
Mon.
Mon.
Sun.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
This menu is for weekday’s selection.
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A day may reuse the events from another day. When day use events from another day,
his name appears at the end of the line. In the example above Tuesday to Friday uses
the Monday events and the special day uses the Sunday events.
Day
Reuse
Events
>
>
This menu allows you to choose whether the selected day uses the events of another
day or set events.
Reuse
No
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
This menu allows you to choose to do the same events of another day of the week
without having to recopy.
Events
Event1
-01:00 ⇧ Off>
Event2
Event3
7:00 Off>
⇩ On >
Event4
20:00 Off>
This menu display events and allows you to select one and modify it. Up to 4 events can
be set for each of the 4 outputs. A summary of the event set is displayed. 3 types of
event can be set: “Time”, “Sunrise” and “Sunset”.
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For a “Time” event, the time is display (example “7:00”).
An up arrow “⇧” indicate “Sunrise” event. A down arrow “⇩” indicate a “Sunset” event.
An offset to the “Sunrise” or “Sunset” event can be added (example: -01:00 ⇧) the
offset is indicated by an arrow. The (“On” or “Off”) value is indicated at the end of the
line.
Event edition
Type
Value
Time
Time >
On
7:00 >
This menu allows setting a selected event.
Type
Disable
Time
Sunrise
Sunset
This menu allow to choose the type of event
“Disable”: is to disable the selected event (when you use less than 4 events).
“Time”: event running at a specific time.
“Sunrise”: Event running on Sunrise. An offset can be added to Sunrise,
“Sunset”: Event running on Sunset. An offset can be added to Sunset.
Value
Value
Off
Value of “On” or “Off” event.
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Time
Time
7:00
Fix Time of the “Time” event.
Offset
Offset
-01:00
Time offset apply to “Sunrise” or “Sunset”.
3.4.1.2.
Menu “Special”
This menu allows you to configure special days for the selected output. A common
events calendar of is already programmed into the clock .Two fixed dates can be added.
Special
Enable
Edit
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Enable
New Year
January 2
Family Day BC
Family Day
Heritage Day YT
Saint-Patrick NL
Good Friday
Easter
Easter Monday
(...)
Thanksgiving US
Black Friday
Entry 1
Entry 2
Excepted for “Entry 1” and “Entry 2”, these dates can’t be modified. This menu enables
or disables special days defining when the “Special” weekday will be effective. See
section “Special dates” for date setting in Entry 1 and Entry 2.
Edit
Entry 1
Entry 2
>
>
This menu allows modifying a selected date.
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Date Edition
Start Date
2014- Jan-02
End Date
2014- Jan-07
Allows setting a date range.
3.4.1.3.
Menu “Effective Period”
This menu allows you to configure a start and end date when the schedule for selected
output will be effective on relays.
Effective Period
Start Date
End Date
>
>
Start Date
Start Date
2013-01-01
End Date
End Date
2037-12-31
3.4.2. Menu “Astronomic”
The "Astronomical" menu allows you to configure the geographical location where the
clock is installed in order to calculate the times of astronomical events.
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Astronomic
Latitude
Longitude
Info
Latitude
Latitude
46
Latitude configuration: A negative value indicates the South.
Longitude
Longitude
-71
Longitude configuration: A negative value indicates the West.
Info
Today sunrise
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Today sunset
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This screen display Sunrise and Sunset time for that day.
3.5. Clock Menu
Date / Time
Daylight saving
>
>
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3.5.1. Menu “Date / Time”
Date / Time
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Wednesday
Date / Time
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Wednesday
Clock time is displayed; using the “Right” or “Enter” buttons it highlights the number
ready for modification. All these values can be replaced one by one and on confirmation
a validation will be done.
3.5.2. Menu “Daylight saving”
Standard Offset
DST Offset
Start Date
End Date
>
>
>
>
The “Time zones” section contains Canadian and US time zones input values.
Standard Offset
Standard Offset
-05:00
This screen configures the offset from UTC to standard time.
DST Offset
DST Offset
-04:00
This screen configures the offset from UTC to daylight saving time.
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Start Date
Start Date
Month: March (3)
Week: 2nd (2)
Day: Sunday (0)
This screen sets the start date used to start applying daylight saving time calculation. In
the example the start date is the second Sunday of March.
End Date
End Date
Month: November (11)
Week: 1st (1)
Day: Sunday (0)
This screen sets the end date used to return to normal time. In the example the end
date is the first Sunday of November.
3.6. Network Menu
DHCP
IP
Netmask
Gateway
Speed
MAC
Off
>
>
>
>
>
The “Network” menu is to set the IP network parameters. Skip this menu if the CCLK1004 is not connected to an IP network.
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DHCP / automatic IP address
The network will automatically assign using this parameter an IP address. When this
option is ON, it can be useful when testing without causing addressing IP address
conflict.
The default value is OFF and communications settings are done manually. Manual
settings ensure that the communication would be functional in the absence of a DHCP
server.
*Network administrator shall confirm network settings.
IP / Address Menu
IP
192.168.
2. 99
Current CCLK-1004 IP address is displayed. Use the buttons to replace numbers.
Net mask Menu
Netmask
255.255.255.
0
Actual CCLK-1004 communication Net mask is displayed.
Use the buttons to replace numbers.
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Gateway Menu
Gateway
192.168.
2.
1
CCLK-1004 gateway address. Use the buttons to replace numbers.
This address is usually the same as the Internet router of the network.
Speed Menu
Full 100 Mbit
Half 100 Mbit
Full 10 Mbit
Half 10 Mbit
Auto
This menu is to set the Ethernet network speed. The “ ” indicate the actual speed. This
number shall be the same as the device connected at the other end of the network.
“Full” means “Full duplex”, the network can send and receive at the same time. “Half”
means “Half duplex”, the network cannot send at the same time it receives. The “10” and
“100” indicate the communication speed in Megabits per second. The “Auto” mode let
the CCLK-1004 choose the communication speed. The “Full 100 Mbit” is suggested
since the “Auto” mode is not compatible with devices using 1 Gigabit per second are on
the same network.
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MAC Address Menu
MAC
00:50:C2:90:70:FE
This menu displays the CCLK-1004 MAC address. The MAC address can be replaced on
the initial CCLK-1004 setting.
3.7. BACnet Menu
Device Id
>
Port
>
APDU Timeout (ms) >
APDU Retries
>
Object Prefix
Off
This menu is for the BACnet communication settings.
The BACnet network administrator will indicate the exact values.
Skip this section if the CCLK-1004 does not communicate with other BACnet devices.
BACnet Device Id Menu
Device Id
12345
This menu is to set the CCLK-1004 BACnet device Id. This number must be unique on the
network and shall be between 0 and 4194302.
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Port / BACnet communication port
Port
47808
This menu is to set the CCLK-1004 BACnet IP communication port. Default value is
47808 or in hexadecimal BAC0.
APDU Timeout (ms)
APDU Timeout (ms)
3000
APDU Timeout parameter specifies the time in milliseconds between retransmissions
of a message for which no confirmation has been received.
It is suggested that all devices have the same value. Default value is 3000ms.
APDU Retries
APDU Retries
3
APDU Retries parameter specifies the maximum number of times a message must be
retransmitted. The default value is 3.
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Object Prefix
Object Prefix
Off
Using this configuration “On” or “Off”, it enables or disables the use of BACnet “device”
object name as prefix to each controller object. The use of a prefix eases the objects
identification upon some software. Default value is “Off”.
Write priority
Write Priority
8
Indicates the BACnet priority used to write the output status. Default value is 8.
3.8. Lux Menu
Photocell
Output 1
Output 2
Output 3
Output 4
>
>
>
>
>
This menu gives access to the “Photocell” and “Output #” sub menus to set Lux
functionalities.
3.9. Photocell Sub menu
Max Value (lux)
Filter
>
>
This sub menu is for the Lux sensor settings.
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Max Value (lux)
Max Value (lux)
771
This menu set the Lux read by the Lux sensor. This is the Lux reading given for the fullscale 10 Volts signal.
The signal read by the controller CCLK-1004 is linear and proportional to Lux calibration
data in this screen.
Filter
Filter (s)
10
This menu allows setting a numerical filter (in second) to the lux reading. This parameter
allows you to reduce the reading fluctuations on the sensor signal.
3.10.
Output # Sub menu
Setpoint On
Setpoint Off
Setpoint Delay
>
>
>
This menu allows ON-OFF setting of the relays base on Lux reading. The menu is
identical to all relays but the setting could be different for each relays to ease zoning
sequences.
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Setpoint On
Setpoint On (lux) 1
20
This menu allows setting parameters for an “On” command. When Lux reading is
greater than this setting and drop below it, the relay goes “On”. If this value is “0” the
“On” command is then deactivated for this relay.
Setpoint Off
Setpoint Off (lux) 1
200
This menu allows setting parameters for an “Off” command. When Lux reading is
greater than this setting and increase above it, the relay goes “Off”.
If this value is greater than the Lux setting the “Off” command is deactivated for this
relay.
Setpoint Delay
Setpoint Delay (s) 1
600
This menu allows setting “On” or “Off” transitions time; this sets a delay eliminating
temporary transitions when the signal flickers around its setpoint.
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Example: With a 600 seconds (10 minutes) time, the (“On” or “Off”) transition need to be
maintained for 10 minutes before the command is sent to the relay.
3.11.
Menu “Reset”
Cancel
Delete all schedules
This menu allows you to reset the configurations schedules. Hold down the "Right" or
"Enter" button for 5 seconds to clear schedules. Once the configurations are erased, the
device restarts.
It is possible to reset all configurations. Press the "Reset" and hold the "Left" and
"Right" buttons for 5 seconds.
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4. Network Objects
The CCLK-1004 has different type of BACnet objects. Details are in the chart below:
Object
Description
Value
Value type
Default value
Object type
CCLK-1004
CCLK-1004 information
-
-
-
Device
Input Value
Unsigned
integer
Lux
0
Analog input
“Sensor”
0-100%
Percentage
0
Analog input
-
Binary Output
PHOTOCELL
Input value
IN 0-10V
“In 0-10 V”
RELAY CMD N
Relay N (N : 1 à 4)
ON or OFF
Boolean
RELAY FB N
Relay N (N : 1 à 4)
ON or OFF
Boolean
Relay state upon the
Binary Input
controller
Controller settings
CCLKCfg.bin
-
-
-
BACnet file
Schedules configuration
-
-
-
BACnet file
Schedule object for relay N
-
-
-
Schedule (1)
CCLK-1004
SchedulerCfg.
bin
SCHEDULE N
Table 6 - BACnet Objects
1
Note for the "Schedule" objects: they are not writable. Only the types of
events available in the BACnet protocol are shown. Astronomical events and
some special days such as Easter are not visible by this object.
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5. Time Zones
Canadian and US time zones, the summer offset date is the first November Sunday. The
end date is second March Sunday.
Name
UTC Offset
UTC summer Offset
Canada/Atlantic
-04:00
-03:00
Canada/Central
-06:00
-05:00
Canada/Eastern
-05:00
-04:00
Canada/Mountain
-07:00
-06:00
Canada/Newfoundland
-03:30
-02:30
Canada/Pacific
-08:00
-07:00
Canada/Saskatchewan
-06:00
-06:00
US/Alaska
-09:00
-08:00
US/Aleutian
-10:00
-09:00
US/Arizona
-07:00
-07:00
US/Central
-06:00
-05:00
US/East-Indiana
-05:00
-04:00
US/Eastern
-05:00
-04:00
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US/Hawaii
-10:00
-10:00
US/Indiana-Starke
-06:00
-05:00
US/Michigan
-05:00
-04:00
US/Mountain
-07:00
-06:00
US/Pacific
-08:00
-07:00
US/Samoa
-11:00
-11:00
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6. Special dates
List of fix specials dates
6.1. Canadian:
Nom
Date
New Year
January 1
January 2
January 2
Family Day BC
Second Monday in February
(British Columbia)
Family Day
Third Monday in February
Heritage Day YT
Friday before the last Sunday in February
(Yukon)
(Friday after February 19)
Note: Valid until 2031
Saint-Patrick NL
Monday closer to Mars 17
(Newfoundland and Labrador)
(Monday after Mars 13)
Good Friday
Friday before Easter
Easter
Easter
Easter Monday
Monday after Easter
Saint-George
Monday closer to April 23
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(Monday after April 19)
Victoria Day
Monday before May 25
Aboriginal Day
June 21
Discovery Day NL
Monday closer to June 24
(Newfoundland and Labrador)
(Monday after June 20)
St-Jean-Baptiste (Quebec)
June 24
Canada Day
July 1
Nunavut Day
July 9
Orangemen Day
Monday closer to July 12
(Monday after July 8)
Civic Holiday
First Monday of August
Discovery Day YT
Third Monday of August
(Yukon)
Gold Cup Parade Day
Third Friday of August
Labour day
First Monday of September
Thanksgiving CA (Canada)
Second Monday of October
Remembrance Day
November 11
(Same as US Veteran Day)
Christmas Eve
December 24
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Christmas
December 25
Boxing Day
December 26
December 31
31 December
6.2. United State
Nom
Date
Martin Luther King
Third Monday of January
Washington Birthday
Third Monday of February
Memorial Day
Last Monday of May
Independence Day
July 4
Labor Day (see Labour Day above)
First Monday of September
Columbus Day
Second Monday of October
Thanksgiving US
Fourth Thursday of November
Black Friday
Fourth Friday of November
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7. Dimensions
6.4"
162.56mm
3.8"
96.52mm
Figure 7 - CCLK-1004 dimensions
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8. Material specifications
Microcontroller : Freescale MCF52235
Communication: TCP/IP BACnet IP
Supply Voltage : 18 – 28 Vac “Half Wave”
Supply Current: 180 mA, 220 mA max
Operating temperature: 0ºC à 50ºC (32ºF à 122ºF)
Storage temperature: -20ºC à 70ºC (-4ºF à 158ºF)
EEprom memory - recording configuration: 512 bytes, 1 000 000 writing cycle
8.1. Outputs
4x Dry contact: 1A @ 24Vac / 30Vdc
8.2. Input
1x 0-10Vdc analogic impedance of (30K
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This product uses portions of code source from the projects “BACnet Stack at SourceForge” and
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