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UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY (UPS) + LIGHTING FLOW DIMMER STABILIZERS (ILUEST) + SWITCH MODE POWER SUPPLY + STATIC INVERTERS + PHOTOVOLTAIC INVERTERS + VOLTAGE STABILIZERS AND POWER LINE CONDITIONERS
LIGHTING-FLOW DIMMER STABILIZER.
ILUEST+ MT series
USER’S MANUAL
General index
1.
Introduction.
1.1.
Acknowledgement letter.
1.2.
Using this manual.
1.2.1. Conventions and used symbols.
1.2.2. For more information and/or help.
1.2.3. Safety instructions.
1.2.3.1.To keep in mind
1.2.3.2.General safety warning
2.
Quality and standard guarantee.
2.1.
Declaration of the management.
2.2.Standard.
3.Presentation.
4.8.
Communication ports. Connector (6).
4.9.Options.
4.9.1.
4.9.2.
4.9.3.
4.9.4.
SICRES CARD. To be installed in the equipment.
GPRS modem, external to the equipment.
Communication card with digital I/O BM491*.
External manual bypass.
5.Operating.
5.1.
Start up and shutdown.
Description of the system.
Standard options (extras).
3.4.1. Automatic Bypass (BA1) or (BA3).
3.4.2. Internal Manual Bypass Switch (BM).
3.4.3. Lightning arrestor of 6,5 kA at the input (D) or at the input and output
(DD).
3.4.4. External case option, digital I/O BM491*.
3.4.5. External manual bypass panel.
3.4.6. Communication/telemaintenance electronic card SICRES.
3.4.7. GPRS modem.
4.Installation.
4.1.
Important safety instructions.
4.2.
Reception of the equipment.
4.2.1. Unpacking and contents checking.
4.2.2.Storage.
4.2.3.Location.
Definition of the led from control cards BM535*/
BM536*/BM542* and address dipswitch (SW4).
5.2.1. Led optical indicators BM535* / BM536*/BM542*.
5.2.2. Address setting, for control communication (SW4).
5.3.Settings.
6.
Control panel with LCD.
6.1.
Definition of the keys, led indicators and their
functionality.
Nomenclature and structural diagram.
3.3.1.Introduction.
3.3.2. Constructive features.
3.3.3. Operating principle.
3.3.4.Version.
3.4.
Power supply contactor selector switch of manual
"On"/ manual "Off" / automatic On-Off.
5.2.
3.2.1.Nomenclature.
3.2.2. Structural diagram.
3.3.
4.7.
Views and legends.
3.1.1. Views of the equipment.
3.1.2. Electronic control cards BM535* / BM536* / BM542*.
3.1.3. Legends corresponding to the equipment views and control
electronic cards BM535* / BM536* / BM542*.
3.1.4. Legends corresponding to the external case option (8), Digital I/O
BM491*.
3.2.
Power supply of the LCD control panel. Terminals (3).
Connection of the headline contactor coil. Terminals (4).
Connection of the remote control, saving order. Terminals (5).
Relay interface, terminals (CXR), (CXs), (CXT).
5.1.1. To control before starting up.
5.1.2.Commissioning.
5.1.3. Complete shutdown of the equipment.
2.3.Environment.
3.1.
4.6.3.
4.6.4.
4.6.5.
4.6.6.
6.1.1. Led optical indicators.
6.2.
Basic functions of the keys.
6.3.
Description of the screens.
6.3.1. Main screen «Start».
6.3.2. «Measurements» menu (Screen 1.1).
6.3.3. «Alarms» menu (screen 2.1).
6.3.4. «Data logger» menu (Screen 3.1).
6.3.5. «General parameters» menu (Screen 4.1).
6.3.6. «ILUEST+ parameters» menu (Screen 5.1).
6.3.7. «Relay setting» menu (Screen 8.1).
6.3.8. «Time scheduler» menu (Screen 9.1).
6.3.9. «Astronomical clock» menu (Screen 10.1).
6.3.10. «Energy counters» menu (Screen 11.1).
6.3.11. «External Sensors» menu (Screen 12.1).
6.3.12. «Serial number and Password» menu (Screen 13.1).
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.
Warranty conditions.
4.4.Cooling.
7.3.1. Covered product.
7.3.2. Warranty terms.
7.3.3. Out of scope of supply.
4.5.
7.4.
Available maintenance and service contracts.
7.5.
Technical Service Network.
4.3.
Fixing points.
Recommended protection devices and cross cable
sections.
4.5.1. Recommended protections.
4.5.2. Recommended cross cable sections.
4.5.3. Installation diagrams.
8.Annexes.
8.1.
General technical specifications.
4.6.Connection.
8.2.
Particular technical specifications.
4.6.1. Connection of power supply of the equipment
4.6.2. Connections of the output to loads.
8.3.Glossary.
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1.
1.1.
Introduction.
Acknowledgement 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.
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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
supplier 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
We remain at you entire disposal for any further information or any
query you should wish to make.
1.2.2. For more information and/or help.
For more information and/or help of your specific unit, request it to
our Service and Technical Support (S.T.S.).
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 or publication is to provide information regarding
the safety and to give explanations about the procedures for the installation and operating of the equipment. This manual and rest of support
documentation has to be read carefully before installing, location change,
setting or any handling of any kind, including the start up and shutdown
operation
This equipment can be installed by qualified personnel and,
with the only help of this manual, it can be used by personnel
with no specific training.
1.2.1. Conventions and used symbols.
«Warning» symbol. Carefully read the indicated paragraph
and take the stated prevention measures.
«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.
«Earth bonding terminal». Connect the earth cable coming
from the installation to this terminal.
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1.2.3. Safety instructions.
• Compliance as regards to “Safety instructions“ is mandatory,
being the user the legal responsible regarding to its observance
and application
1.2.3.1. To keep in mind
• The local electrical regulations and the different restrictions
of the client's site, can invalidate some recommendations included in the manuals. When discrepancies exist, the user has
to comply the local regulations.
• Do not install the equipment in corrosive, wets, dusty environments or in those ones that exceed the environment limits of
the product and never outdoors, less those ones designed for
it specifically.
• Do not obstruct the cooling grids by entering objects through
themselves or other orifices.
• Leave a minimum space of 15 cm in the equipment peripheria
for air flow cooling.
• The location will be spacious, airy, away from heat sources and
with easy access.
• A part from the cooling space quoted previously, an additional
75 cm will be left for an eventual intervention of the (S.T.S.)
around the equipment, considering that if it means to move the
equipment, the connected cables will have the needed clearance.
• Place the equipment the closest to the power supply and loads
to be fed.
• Do not put materials over the equipment or parts that obstruct the correct visualization of the synoptic.
• Do not clean the equipments with products that are abrasive,
corrosive, liquids or detergent. To clean the equipment, wipe
over a damp cloth and then dry it. Avoid sprinkling or spillage
that could enter through the slots or cooling grids.
• Avoid the direct sunlight.
1.2.3.2. General safety warning
• All connections of the equipment, will be done with no power
supply and the switch/es on rest, position «OFF».
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Inside the equipment there are dangerous voltages, do
not open the enclosure, the access to it has to be done
by authorised and competent staff. In case of maintenance or
fault, consult to the closest S.T.S..
•
The protection earth connection must be connected, assuring that it is done before connecting the input voltage.
• Installation of hardwired equipments has to be done by qualified
personnel in electrical installations of low voltage.
• The used cross cable sections to supply the equipment and
loads, will be according to the nominal current stated in the
nameplate label of the equipment, and respecting the Low
Voltage Electrotechnical Regulations.
• All the electrical power supply cables of the equipment and
loads, have to be fixed to non-movable parts, otherwise they
will exposed to strain-relief.
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•
•
•
•
•
Keep in mind that if the equipment has manual Bypass,
mains will be present and if the input circuit breaker is
switched "On", there will be output voltage either on the stabilizer operating mode, or over the bypass (failure of the own stabilizer). Put danger warning and/or emergency switches if the
Safety Standards requires them in your particular installation.
The stabilizers have to be considered as autotransformers or
outgoing distribution lines in the point of view of electrical installation and safety. These devices are «transparent» to the
input voltage.
It is essential to connect the Neutral to the foreseen terminal at
the input in three phase equipments.
In three phase stabilizers and power line conditioners with independent regulation per phase, where unbalanced voltages
in the mains or loads exist, the phase to phase voltage at the
output could not be the same; nevertheless the stabilization
phase to neutral will be preserved.
Indoor assembling products (T) are designed for to be installed by
a predetermined group of persons.
ˆˆ Its installation has to be projected and executed by qualified
staff, who will be the responsible to apply the regulations
and safety and EMC norms that regulates the specific installations where this product is destined to.
Take the following preventive measures, before manipulating
any terminal strip:
ˆˆ Disconnect the respective protection mechanisms (circuit
breaker switches or fuses).
ˆˆ Use tools with isolated handles.
ˆˆ Wear rubber gloves and shoes.
ˆˆ Never manipulate the connection cables or inside the equipments with voltage and in case the conditions would require it, it has to be done by extreming the safety measures
and taking off any metal object, which is in contact with the
body like rings, watches or other hang objects.
ˆˆ Do not place metal objects inside the batteries, although
you are working with no voltage. Risk of short-circuit when
feeding the power supply.
ˆˆ Never manipulate with your hands or through conducting
objects, do not short the terminal block.
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2.
2.1.
Quality and standard
guarantee.
Declaration of the management.
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).
Packaging: To recycle the packing, follow the legal regulations in
force.
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.
• To carry out revisions by the Management.
• To provide the needed resources.
2.2.
Standard.
The ILUEST+ MT product is designed, manufactured and commercialized in accordance with the standard EN ISO 9001 of
Quality Management Systems. The
marking shows the conformity to the EEC Directive by means of the application of the following standards:
• 2006/95/EC Low voltage directive.
• 2004/108/EC Electromagnetic Compatibility directive (EMC).
In accordance with the specifications of the harmonized standards.
Standards as reference:
• UNE-AENOR EA0032-2007: Test report of the lighting flow
dimmer stabilizers. General and safety requirements of the
"Laboratorio Central Oficial de Electrotecnia (LCOE)", report nr
20080710300.
• IEC 62041: Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC).
• UNE-AENOR EA0033-2007: Test report of the lighting flow
dimmer stabilizers. Operating requirements of the "Laboratorio Central Oficial de Electrotecnia (LCOE)", report nr
200807100299.
2.3.
Environment.
This product has been designed to respect the environment and has
been manufactured in accordance with the standard ISO 14001.
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3.
3.1.
Presentation.
market, so it is only described the standard ones. Basically, two
sets have to be considered, internal and external options:
• Internal options. Individuals or combined, attending to the compatibility among them: manual Bypass, separate automatic
Bypass (BA1) per phase (BA3) and lighting arrestors. Designed
from factory for the following assembling:
ˆˆ Single phase equipments up to 20 kVA or three phase ≤ 45
kVA (see figures 2 and 5 respectively). A metal case is added
with the options, which is mechanically fixed from factory to the
own base of ILUEST+ MT.
ˆˆ Three phase equipments from 60 and 80 kVA (see figures 7
and 8). The standard equipment and options will be assembled in a metal case with higher format (same enclosure as
the standard 100 kVA models).
ˆˆ 100 kVA three phase equipments (see figures 7 and 8). Due
to the capacity of the case of the standard model, the options will be installed in the own enclosure.
Views and legends.
3.1.1. Views of the equipment.
References or abbreviations between bold brackets ( ) that are shown
in the contents of this document, make mention to the connection, manoeuvring, indication and auxiliary parts, that the electrical fitter and/or
user has to know, including the standardised options. These references
together with their function are log in section 3.1.3 and referred to figures
1 to 13.
Figures from 1 to 3 and from 5 to 8 show the front views of the
ILUEST+ MT equipments with indoor format (T), single or three
phase depending on the power range, with or without protection
covers against direct contact (TF*) and with the possible options
already assembled from factory.
• External options. Electronic card with digital I/O.
ˆˆ This communication card, is supplied inside a small metal
case (see figure 13). This case has to be fixed mechanically
by using one of the two foreseen solutions:
For outdoor equipments (I), basically consider that it is an indoor
equipment (T) built in an enclosure with protection degree IP54.
For this reason, figures 9 and 10 show the views of front door/s (Pf)
closed only, because the internal view corresponds to the indoor
model (T).
–– With the included supports (SGD), to fix it in a DIN rail.
–– Or, by means of the 4 drills (t7) to fix it a to a support or
to the wall directly.
Figures 4 and 11 are complementary and they correspond to the
view of the control panel with LCD and control cards BM535* /
BM536* /BM542* respectively.
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With reference to the assembling of equipments with options, it is possible to manufacture any of the versions, nevertheless some structures have been designed according to the
(14)
(t4)
(TF1)
(t1)
Figure 12 corresponds to the own view of the card with digital I/O.
(13)
(12)
(6)
(t2)
(TF2)
(11R)
(9R)
( )
(1N)
(1R)
(2U)
(2N)
Ver fig. 4
(BM547*)
(CN2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(CXR)
Fig. 1.
Single phase ILUEST+ MT (T) view up to 20 kVA.
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(14)
(t4)
(TF1)
(t1)
(13)
(12)
(6)
(9R)
(t2)
(TF2)
(11R)
Fig. 2.
(BM547*)
(CN2)
(3)
(4)
0
1
2
(10)
(2U)
(2N)
Exrtra module
(TF3)
(t3)
( )
(1N)
(1R)
See fig. 4
0
1
2
(5)
Single phase ILUEST+ MT (T) view up to 20
kVA, with the option module.
(14)
(t4)
(TF1)
(t1)
(13)
(12)
(6)
(11R)
See fig. 4
(BM547*)
(CN2)
(9R)
(9S)
(11s)
(t2)
(TF2)
(9T )
(11T )
(2U)
(2V )
(2W )
(2N)
(1N)
(1T )
(1S)
(1R)
(
)
Fig. 3.
8
(3)
(4)
(5)
(CXR)
(CXS)
(CX T )
Three phase ILUEST+ MT (T) view up to ≤ 45 kVA.
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()
(ESC)
(6)
(CN1)
(BM484*)
(CN2)
(BM547*)
()
(LCD)
()
(ENT)
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
()
Fig. 4.
View of the control panel with LCD (12).
(14)
(t4)
(TF1)
(t1)
(13)
(12)
(6)
See fig. 4
(BM547*)
(CN2)
(11R)
(9R)
(TF2)
(t2)
(9S)
(11s)
(9T )
(11T )
(
(3)
(4)
(5)
1
(2U)
(2V )
(2W )
(2N)
Extra module
1
0
0
(10)
(1N)
(1T )
(1S)
(1R)
2
2
(TF3)
(t3)
)
Fig. 5.
Three phase ILUEST+ MT (T) view up to ≤ 45
kVA, with option module.
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(14)
(t4)
(TF1)
(t1)
(13)
(12)
(6)
See fig. 4
(BM547*)
(CN2)
(11R)
(9R)
(TF2)
(t2)
(11s)
(9S)
(11T )
(1N)
(1T )
(1S)
(1R)
(9T )
(2U)
(2V )
(3)
(4)
(5)
(CXR)
(CXS)
(CX T )
( )
(2N)
(2W )
60 and 80kVA ILUEST+ MT do not have any module for the
options as it happens in the lower power equipments . In
case of requesting an equipment of this power with any standardised option, it will be supplied assembled in the higher enclosure
size (see figure 7 and 8).
Fig. 6.
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Three phase ILUEST+ MT (T) view of 60 and 80 kVA.
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(13)
(12)
(14)
(t4)
2
(6)
(TF1)
(t1)
(t2)
(TF2)
1
0
(10)
(9R)
(9S)
(9T )
(TF3)
(t3)
Fig. 7.
Three phase ILUEST+ MT (T) view of standard
100 kVA and from 60 to 100 kVA with options and
front cover (TF3) fitted in.
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Ver
fig. 4
(
0
1
(2U)
(2V )
(2W )
(2N)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(CX T )
(CXS)
(CXR)
)
Fig. 8.
12
2
(1N)
(1T )
(1S)
(1R)
Three phase ILUEST+ MT (T) view of standard
100 kVA and from 60 to 100 kVA with options and
front cover (TF3) removed.
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(Pf)
(Cl)
Fig. 9.
ILUEST+ MT (I) view for single and three phase
models ≤ 45 kVA, including the option module.
(Pf)
(Cl)
(Cn)
Fig. 10.
ILUEST+ MT (I) view for three phase models of 100
kVA and ≥ a 60 kVA with the option module.
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3.1.2. Electronic control cards BM535* /
BM536* / BM542*.
(LD17)
(LD14)
(LD18)
(FS1)
(FS2)
(LD16)
(SW4)
(LD19)
OFF
2
(LD20)
(LD15)
(LD12)
(LD3)
1
ON
(LD13)
(LD8)
(LD5)
(LD6)
(LD7)
(LD11)
(LD10)
(LD9)
Fig. 11. Layout of the led indicators, dipswitch and
protection fuses, in controls BM535* / BM536* /
BM542* (11*).
3.1.3. Legends corresponding to the equipment
views and control electronic cards
BM535* / BM536* / BM542*.
(1R)
Input terminal phase R.
(1S)
Input terminal phase S.
(1T )
Input terminal phase T.
(1N)
Input terminal neutral N.
(2U)
Output terminal phase U.
(2V )
Output terminal phase V.
(11R) (3) Control cards BM535* / BM536* / BM542* for phase R.
(
Output terminal neutral N.
) Terminal of earth.
(3)
(1) Terminals of AC/DC power supply from control panel
with LCD (12).
(4)
(1) Terminals of power supply -phase-, for headline contactor coil (ON/OFF order of the equipment).
(5)
(6)
(FS1)
Protection fuse of phase (R) for control PCB
power supply.
(FS2)
Protection fuse of neutral (N) for control PCB
power supply.
(LD3)
Excitation led for Bypass relay (Red).
(LD5.. 11) Led that shows the taps of the static switches
that are triggered in this moment (Yellow).
(2W ) Output terminal phase W.
(2N)
- Position "2" o "BM". Lamps supplied from mains directly.
(LD12)
Led for analogical power supply 5V (Green).
(LD13)
Led for digital power supply 5V (Green).
(LD14)
Alarm Led (Red).
(LD15)
Status Led (Green).
(LD16)
Bypass Led (Red).
(LD17)
Led TxD (Yellow).
(LD18)
Led RxD (Yellow).
(2) Terminals of saving order "Saving On".
(LD19)
Led for activated saving order (Yellow).
RJ connector of control panel for RS-232, accessible
through the front of the equipment.
(LD20)
Led for activated bypass order (Yellow).
(SW4)
Dipswitch with the assigned address of the control
PCB BM*.
(7)
Electronic card of SICRES telemaintenance (Option).
(8)
External option in case, digital I/O BM491*.
(11S) (3) Control cards BM535* / BM536* / BM542* for phase S.
(9R)
Input circuit breaker phase R.
(11T ) (3) Control cards BM535* / BM536* / BM542* for phase T.
(9S)
Input circuit breaker phase S.
(12)
Control panel (see figure 4):
(9T )
Input circuit breaker phase T.
(LCD) LCD panel.
(10)
Manual bypass switch, make before break (Option).
(
) «ENTER» key.
- Position "1" or "EST". Lamps supplied by the ILUEST.
(
) «ESC» key.
- Position "0", out of service.
()
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Move up the cursor.
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()
() Move to the right the cursor.
() Move to the left the cursor.
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Move down the cursor.
(3).- All control electronic cards BM535* / BM536* / BM542*
have the same optical led indicators, dipswitches and protection fuses, being single or three phase structures. Therefore,
the function of these components are only described for the
control of phase R (11R).
LED indicators:
(a)
"Fault" Led (Red).
(b)
"Bypass" Led (Yellow).
(c)
"Operat." Led (Green).
(d)
"Prog." (Yellow).
(BM484*)Communication and management PCB of the
control panel with LCD, attached to itself.
(CN1) Communication bus connector.
Basically, a three phase is based on three single phase units
duly connected and with a single control panel with LCD.
3.1.4. Legends corresponding to the external
case option (8), Digital I/O BM491*.
(BM491*)Digital input and output (I/O) cards.
(Fc10)
Ribbon cable of 10-ways. Supplied to connect between
the digital I/O card and SICRES card.
(Fc34)
(14) Plastic case with connector -slot-, foreseen to insert the
telemaintenance PCB option, SICRES (7).
Ribbon cable of 34-ways. Supplied to connect between
the digital I/O card and communication and management card of control card with LCD, BM484*.
(SGD)
Support to fix the case of the option in a DIN rail.
(Cl)
(TC)
Opening for input and output cable entry.
(TF5)
Cover for wall-mounting case of the digital I/O option.
(BM547*)Connection adaptor PCB of BM484* to SICRES.
(CN2) Communication connector with SICRES.
(13)
Fans for cooling the equipment.
Handle to open and close the front door (Pf) of the outdoor
case or cabinet (I), it includes lock through triangular key.
(Cn) Lifting lugs to be used for placing the equipment.
(CXR) Normally closed contact -NC- relay interface, "Static Bypass
phase R". It is not available with BA1 or BA3 option.
(CXS) Normally closed contact -NC- relay interface, "Static Bypass
phase S". It is not available with BA1 or BA3 option.
(t5)
Fixing screws for wall-mounting case cover (TF5).
(t6)
Fixing screws for support for DIN rail (SGD).
(t7)
Drills for fixing the case of the option.
(CN1)
(*)-(CN9) (CN6) (CN5) (CN2) (CN4)
(CX T) Normally closed contact -NC- relay interface, "Static Bypass
phase T". It is not available with BA1 or BA3 option.
(I)
Outdoor case or cabinet format.
(Pf)
Front door of the outdoor case or cabinet (I).
(Pr)
Cable glands.
(T)
Indoor basic format.
(TF1) Front cover to protect against direct contact, control panel
with LCD.
(TF2) Front cover to protect against direct contact, control PCB of
the equipment.
(TF3) Front cover to protect against direct contact, of the power
connections.
(t1)
Fixing screws of the front cover (TF1).
(t2)
Fixing screws of the front cover (TF2).
(t3)
Fixing screws of the front cover (TF3).
(t4)
Fixing screws for telemaintenance SICRES card.
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(CN13)
(CN12) (*)-(CN10)(CN11) (CN7) (CN8)
(1).- It is recommended, to use the same phase to feed the
AC/DC power supply of the control panel (terminals (3)) and
to feed the headline contactor, as it is shown in the circuit
diagrams of this manual, with the connection over the phase
R.
(*) CN9 and CN10. Order to force to Bypass and/or saving
(use a dry contact to close the circuit -NEVER APPLY
VOLTAGE-).
(2).- To force the -saving order-, it is needed to connect a
normally open and dry contact of an external controller
(switch, relay, astronomical clock,... ), between the terminals (5). When closing the circuit through this contact, the
saving order is activated. NEVER APPLY VOLTAGE TO
THE TERMINALS (5), CONNECT A NORMALLY OPEN
AND DRY CONTACT ONLY.
Among the available connections of the digital I/O BM491* there
are:
(CN1) AC power supply connector, according to the mains tipology, either single phase (R-N) or three phase (R-S-T-N)
and connected before the headline contactor.
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(CN2) Communication BUS connector with control panel.
(CN4)Connector for communication card of telemaintenance
SICRES.
(CN5) Relay terminal strip RL1. Headline contactor control (on/off
of the equipment).
Terminals 1-2-3, corresponding to the relay contact (COMNC-NO). NC contact, useless.
The headline contactor control can be done both through
these terminals and through the usual connection (terminals
(4) of the equipment).
(CN6)Terminal strip of 4 digital outputs. Each output supplies
a contact (COM-NC-NO), belonging to a programmable
relay by means of the assignation of the available alarms
or status of the equipment, through the control panel (see
section 6.3.3 ) and they are preset to:
- Relay RL2. Overload. Terminals 1-2-3.
- Relay RL3. Overtemperature. Terminals 4-5-6.
- Relay RL4. Bypass. Terminals 7-8-9.
- Relay RL5. Output voltage fault. Terminals 10-11-12.
(CN7) Useless connector.
(CN8) Terminal strip of 2 analogical inputs 4 ÷ 20 mA:
- Earth leakage current probe, terminal 1
- Photocell probe, terminal 2.
- GND common, terminal 3.
(CN9) Terminal strip to force to Bypass «Bypass order».
(CN10)Terminal strip to force to Saving «Saving order».
(CN11)5 digital inputs, which are preset from factory to the following terminals:
- Digital input 1. Indication of a circuit breaker tripping from
outgoing distribution from sector 1, terminal 1.
- Digital input 2. Indication of a circuit breaker tripping from
outgoing distribution from sector 2, terminal 2.
- Digital input 3. Indication of a circuit breaker tripping from
outgoing distribution from sector 3, terminal 3.
- Digital input 4. Indication of a circuit breaker tripping from
outgoing distribution from sector 4, terminal 4.
- Digital input 5. Indication of a circuit breaker tripping from
outgoing distribution from sector 5, terminal 5.
- GND common, terminal 6.
(CN12)RS-232 through DB9 connector.
In the control panel of the module, it is available the same communication port but with RJ connector type (9).
The connection of this RJ connector is basically with three wires
(PC, terminal,..) same as the supplied at the DB9 of the control
card, also the DB9 option from control panel (9b), has extended
communication for modem.
Conceptually a RS-232 channel is not multipoint, so only one connection can be used at the same time.
(CN13)RS-485 through the RJ connector.
It is possible to use the communication ports RS-485 and
RS-232 at the same time.
(t5)
(TF5)
(SGD)
(TC)
(t6)
(BM491*), see figure 12
(t7)
Fig. 13. External option in case (8), digital I/O BM491*.
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3.2.
Nomenclature and structural diagram.
3.2.1. Nomenclature.
Single phase ILUEST+ MT series.
NA 10-2IBMD-CO 2 220V 60Hz “EE84526”
EE***
60Hz
220V
2
CO
D
DD
BM
BA1
I
T
2
10
NA
Special equipment “EE”.
Frequency unless is 50Hz.
Voltage unless is 230V.
Control panel ready to connect digital I/O.
"Made in spain" silk screen on the equipment and
packaging, for customs purposes.
Input lightning arrestor of 6,5 kA
Input and output lightning arrestors of 6,5 kA.
Manual bypass.
Automatic bypass, common for all the equipment.
Outdoor format.
Indoor format.
First character of the voltage.
Power of the equipment in kVA.
Single phase of NA series
Three phase ILUEST+ MT series.
NAT 30-3IBMD-CO 2 3x380V 60Hz T/T “EE84526”
EE*** Special equipment “EE”.
T/TDelta/Delta.
60Hz
Frequency unless is 50Hz.
3x380V Voltage unless is 3x400V.
2
Control panel ready to connect digital I/O.
CO
"Made in spain" silk screen on the equipment and
packaging, for customs purposes.
D
Input lightning arrestor of 6,5 kA
DD
Input and output lightning arrestors of 6,5 kA.
BM
Manual bypass.
BA1
Automatic bypass, common for all the equipment.
BA3
Automatic bypass, independent for each phase.
I
Outdoor format.
T
Indoor format.
3
First character of the voltage.
30
Power of the equipment in kVA.
NAT
Three phase of NA series.
(*)Each equipment is supplied from factory with only one LCD,
doesn't matter if it is single or three phase.
i
First acronyms mean, a part from the name of the equipment
, its electrical nature: NAT for three phase equipments and
NA for single phase ones.
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3.2.2. Structural diagram.
• RS-232 communication channel.
OUTPUT
INPUT
Automatic
bypass
Booster transformer
Input circuit
breaker
Multi-tap autotransformer
Solid static switches
PS
Control
orders
CR
C
REF
CAD
Power supply
of the control
Output
control
Headline contactor
ON/OFF
Control panel
of LCD
PS + REF
LCD
"Save On"
order
Electronic
control BM535*
/ BM536*
COM
Interface
COM RS232
Fig. 14. ILUEST+ MT single line diagram.
3.3.
Description of the system.
3.3.1. Introduction.
The new range of lighting flow dimmer-stabilizers ILUEST+ MT
series performs both in the lighting power supply voltage stabilization and in the lighting flow dimming during the time with lower light
requirement.
Thanks to its design, it is guaranteed that the voltage that feeds the
lamps are always inside the ±2 % range of the nominal value, so
the auxiliary devices and themselves work in the foreseen conditions, having the flow and lighting at optimal levels.
A significant advantage is to keep in mind the lamps lifetime because, as it is well-known, the night overvoltages are one of the
main reasons for the premature depletion of themselves. Indeed,
on the one hand, a stabilized voltage makes longer the lifetime
of the discharge lamps and if the overvoltages are cancelled, it is
also achieved a lower consumption because the consumed power
is kept to its nominal value (a 10% of overvoltage increases the
consumption in more than 20 % and decreases the lamp lifetime
up to 50%). On the other hand, to dim the power supply voltage till
a preset values, allows keeping a lighting levels according to the
required ones in those periods of time that the visual requirements
are lower.
3.3.2. Constructive features.
ILUEST+ MT are based on the well-known voltage stabilizers
from “RE2” series, which are being manufactured for more than
thirty years and they have been improved with the last and new
techniques, so in this way, it is assured its high reliability and efficiency.
Main constructive parts are (see figure 14):
•
•
•
•
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Multitap autotransformer per phase.
Booster transformer per phase.
Electronic control with microprocessor per phase.
Solid automatic bypass per phase.
• Control panel with LCD and led indicators.
The static switches are semiconductors controlled by its electronic
system, so at any time is only triggered the tap that provides the
correct output voltage.
Figure 14, the secondary winding of the booster transformer is supplied from the voltage got from one of the taps of the autotransformer, which it is fed from the commercial mains directly through
a circuit breaker. This tap is connected to the booster transformer
through the static switches that are managed by an electronic
control, therefore only one semiconductor is working at the same
time, which corresponds to the tap that provides the correct output
voltage. This voltage is added in phase or counter phase to the
mains, through the booster transformer, by correcting the voltage
fluctuations in the mains.
3.3.3. Operating principle.
The dimmer stabilizer is installed at the headline of the lighting, either
in the own control panel or in a separate case, without needing any
additional wiring till the lamps (see figure 19 «Typical installation circuit diagram»). The circuit diagram shown in figure 19 corresponds to
a three phase equipment. Nevertheless all connection control do not
differ between a single or three phase unit, so it is useful as a typical
installation example.
The start up/shutdown of the equipment is done through the activation/deactivation of the headline contactor, by means of the time
scheduler or astronomical clock of the own control panel with LCD,
prior programming, or through any external device (photocell, time
scheduler, switch,...), which performs over itself directly.
When the equipment receives voltage, it is started up over the Bypass for the first 2 seconds and then starts the operating daily duty
cycle (see figure 15), doing a "soft start" of the installation, starting
from 205 V and keeping this level for 2' 30'', after this time starts
the ramp-up till reaching the nominal 230 V in another 5 minutes
more. In all the start up process, the voltage is stabilized to the
corresponding values.
Once ended the start up process, the equipment will continue supplying stabilized voltage to the installation at its nominal value, till
the saving voltage order is received. This order can be activated in
two ways:
• Through the own control panel with LCD of the ILUEST, the
equipment can be set to make the daily automatic start up (to
feed the headline contactor), as well as the saving and nominal
orders (see chapter 6).
• Through the activation of an external device that belongs to the
end-user (time scheduler, astronomical clock, remote control,
manual activation, ...), connected to the terminal strip labelled
as «Saving On» with the only condition that the equipment has
to be started up (headline contactor activated).
In any case, with any of them, it is started a "soft ramp-down" process that takes 10 minutes, till the saving value.
This process will be repeated as many times as it is set, as well as
there were blackouts or mains faults.
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supply to the loads during the changes of position of this cam
switch, in case they are turned on.
Un (V)
These two poles for single phase equipments or four poles for three
phase switches, make easier the maintenance tasks, therefore
these maintenance tasks can be done without breaking the power
supply to the lamps when the switch is on position 1 -Bypass-.
205 V
Saving
level 1
Saving
level 2
R
0.- ILUEST+ MT start up (headline contactor activated). During the
first 2 seconds the equipment works on Bypass.
1.- "Soft ramp-up" of start up begins.
2.- Nominal level is reached.
3.- Warming-up time at nominal level.
4.- Order to dim the voltage to saving level 1. "Soft ramp-down" is started.
5.- Saving level 1 is reached.
6.- End of operation on saving level 1 and order to dim the voltage
to saving level 2. "Soft ramp-down" is started.
7.- Saving level 2 is reached.
8.- End of operation on saving level 2 and return (or not) to nominal
level, on progressive ramp-up too.
9.- Nominal level is reached. Operating at nominal voltage till its
disconnection.
10.-Daily shutdown.
Fig. 15. Duty cycle.
3.3.4. Version.
• This indoor version (T), is designed to be installed inside the
own control, protection and management panel, never outdoors
because its protection degree is IP20.
The enclosures like for distribution, must have opening
to cool the ILUEST+ MT in a natural way, but it doesn't
mean the noncompliance as regards to the protection degree.
3.4.
Standard options (extras).
3.4.1. Automatic Bypass (BA1) or (BA3).
As an option a second automatic bypass based on contactors can
be added to the automatic and solid state bypass, which in the
three phase units it can be common for all the phases (BA1) or independent for each one of them (BA3).
3.4.2. Internal Manual Bypass Switch (BM).
It is supplied an internal manual Bypass switch of three positions,
which allows feeding the loads through the ILUEST stabilizer (position "1" or "EST") or from the commercial mains directly
-Bypass- (position "2" or "BM"). The middle position "0" leave
the output with no voltage and consequently the loads too.
This switch is break before make, so there is a break in the power
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0
1
2
3
456
78 9
10
(t)
S
T
N
U
ILUEST+ MT
phase R
V
ILUEST+ MT
phase S
OUTPUT
230 V
W
ILUEST+ MT
phase T
Manual Bypass
switch
N
Fig. 16. Circuit diagram of manual Bypass.
3.4.3. Lightning arrestor of 6,5 kA at the input (D) or
at the input and output (DD).
After the varistors, installed as standard at the input in the equipment, it is the protection system against atmospheric lightning of
high level. Also, it can have led indicators and auxiliary contacts for
its telemanagement.
3.4.4. External case option, digital I/O BM491*.
This electronic unit concentrates, different communication and
control connections like:
• RS-232 (physically has two RS-232 connectors, one in DB9
format and another one in RJ, but they can't be used at the
same time).
• RS-485.
• 5 digital inputs.
• 5 programmable dry contacts through the control panel with
LCD. One of the relays is used to control the headline contactor
(ON/OFF).
3.4.5. External manual bypass panel.
As an option to the internal manual bypass (BM), already described
in section 3.4.2, it is available an external manual bypass designed
with the same criteria, two poles for single phase equipments and
four poles for three phase ones and break before make type.
3.4.6. Communication/telemaintenance
electronic card SICRES.
The SICRES electronic card is able to provide a communication
interface for Ethernet networks with TCP-IP and SNMP protocols,
GRPS modem and RTC modem.
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The RS-232 port is not multipoint (see manual EK764*00), so if this
channel is going to be used for any purpose, the other connections
will not be available although the equipment has more connectors.
All the equipments are supplied as standard with a slot for the
SICRES card. It allows inserting the own communication card at
any time throughout the product's lifetime, in order to extend the
management and telemaintenance functionality.
3.4.7. GPRS modem.
It is in charge of doing the remote transmission of the managed parameters by the SICRES communication card.
The connection of a GPRS modem is used for the remote access to the
equipment.
The direct access to the equipment or monitoring and control of all the
units (telemaintenance) will depend on the contracted service.
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4.
Installation.
4.1.
Important safety instructions.
• Check and respect the “Safety instructions” of section 1.2.3 of
this document.
• The unpacking procedure of the equipment is explained in section 4.2. and illustrated in figure 17.
Polyester strip and angles
strip guide
Nameplate of the
packaging
Step 1
Top
cardboard
• Never make the connection tasks or cable manipulation that
involve risk of electrical discharge when voltage is present.
• Check the data of the nameplate in the packaging, are the required ones by the installation (see figure 17).
• ILUEST+ MT have 4 drills at the bottom to be fixed in a solid
and levelled base (see figure 18). It is compulsory to make the
mechanical operations of equipment fixing, before continue
with the installation.
• The location has to be ventilated and with easy access, and
never outdoors.
Also, the following text has to be kept in mind:
Cantoneras EPS y placas
laterales
Step 2
Packaging cardboard
Step 3
Wooden pallet
Step 4
Step 5
Funda plástico
Documentation (CD)
Step 6
Fig. 17. Unpacking procedure.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
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The enclosures like for distribution, must have opening
to cool the ILUEST+ MT in a natural way, but it doesn't
mean the noncompliance as regards to the protection degree.
Respect the indications and recommendations of section 4.4 as
regards to ventilation, attending the evacuation air flow stated
in table 1.
Never obstruct the cooling holes.
The input circuit breakers (9R), (9S) and (9T ), have to be at position “0” or “Off”.
To have access to the connection parts, it is necessary to open
the front door and/or remove the protection cover of the connection parts according to the power and format of the equipment:
ˆˆ Format (T):
–– Single phase up to 20 kVA and three phase ≤ 45 kVA,
either in standard assembling or with the option module.
¤ In these equipments is not needed to remove any
cover. The connection terminals are accessible from
front directly.
–– Three phase of 60 and 80 kVA in standard assembling.
¤ Remove the screws (t2) that fix the front cover (TF2).
¤ Remove the front cover (TF2).
¤ Connection terminals will be at sight.
¤ When ending the connection tasks, leave the equipment with the cover (TF2) put it back and fixed with
the screws (t2).
–– Three phase of 60 and 80 kVA with options, and
standard 100 kVA or with options.
¤ Remove the screws (t3) that fix the front cover (TF3).
¤ Remove the front cover (TF3).
¤ Connection terminals will be at sight.
¤ When ending the connection tasks, leave the equipment with the cover (TF3) put it back and fixed with
the screws (t3).
ˆˆ Format (I):
–– Open the front door (Pf) through the handle (Cl), by unblocking the lock with the supplied triangular key.
–– As this equipment is an indoor equipment (T) basically,
inside in an outdoor enclosure, proceed according to the
previous steps depending on the power and configuration.
–– When ending the connection tasks, leave the equipment
in its original status, put the cover back and close the
door/s (Pf) by blocking the handle (Cl) by means of the triangular key.
The indoor equipments (T) do not have cable glands (Pr) locates in the base of the frame to enter the connection cables
and fixing of themselves. Instead of it, the base of the equipment is completely open in all its cross section.
It is compulsory to fix the cables, for example with bridles, in order to avoid yanking out that could pull the
connection cables up from terminals, with the risk that it means
(possible electrical discharges to persons, short-circuit, leakage
to ground, ...).
In the outdoor equipments (I) there are cable glands (Pr) located
in the base of the enclosure to enter the connection cables.
It is compulsory to fix the cables, for example with bridles, in order to avoid yanking out that could pull the
connection cables up from terminals, with the risk that it means
(possible electrical discharges to persons, short-circuit, leakage
to ground, ...).
• The cross cable section of the input and output lines will be determined by the currents stated in the nameplate of the equipment,
by respecting the Local and/or National Low Voltage Electrotechnical Regulations. For control cables, use as minimum a cross
cable section of 2,5 mm2.
Use RZ1-K cables preferably.
• The connection of ILUEST+ MT will be done at the headline
of the power supply. As an example figures 19 and 20, show a
typical three phase installation circuit diagram and the same
installation with an equipment with options.
• ILUEST+ MT has single pole circuit breaker protections per
phase and the installation of the equipment upstream will have
its respective RCD protections. Make sure the correct compliance about it.
• In case of installing an external manual bypass by yourself,
follow the following recommendations:
Bypass must avoid the voltage feedback through the output of
the equipment, in order to avoid damages (the equipment is not
protected against the connection of voltage at the output). Therefore, the Bypass must disconnect the output of ILUEST+ MT
when it is manoeuvred. The best choice is a cam switch of three
positions and break before make, with the common connected
to the load, one contact to the output of the equipment (position
"1") and the other one to the reserve source, which corresponds
to the power supply of the equipment (position "2"). The middle
position of the cam switch will correspond to "0" (out of service).
4.2.
Reception of the equipment.
4.2.1. Unpacking and contents 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 disconfirmation, 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 crashes, dust, dirt, etc.
• The packaging of the equipment has wooden pallet, cardboard
or wooden case (under request only), Expanded polyestilenne
corners and/or panels or Polyethylene foam (PE), Polyethylene
cover and polyester strip.
All materials are recyclable, so if they are gone to be disposed,
do it according to the current regulation. It is recommended to
keep the packaging, in case you have to use it in future.
• Follow the steps of figure 17 for a correct unpacking of the equipment. Although pictures of these figures shows an outdoor (I)
equipment only, proceed in the same way for indoor format (T):
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4.2.2. Storage.
• Due to the lack of batteries and/or other parts sensitive to the
passage of time, the only norms to meet for a correct storage
are to leave it in places free of dust, humidity, chemical agents
or high temperature, covered, never outdoors, even if the own
equipment allows it, in order to preserve the packaging till its
final installation.
Do not pile up the equipments, because the packaging is not
designed for this purpose and functionality. Also, the gravity
centre of all ILUEST+ MT is high or very high, because it is located
at 2/3 of its height approx., so it becomes unstable and even more
if you don't respect the indications.
Warning! There is a high risk of fall down the equipment in case
of not respecting these indications, so it can entails serious
or very serious damages/injuries and even the death of
persons in case of impact and/or destruction of the equipment.
• 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 holes made in its base, see figure 18.
•
The forced air cooling flow of the unit is foreseen in upward way from base toward the highest part. Leave the
needed space to make possible the air circulation, taking care of
the stated parameters.
4.3.
Fixing points.
Mechanized base of the
indoor equipments (T):
C
A
C
D
¤ Single phase up to 20 kVA, with
or without option module.
øE
B
¤ Three phase ≤ 45 kVA with or
without option module.
¤ Three phase 60 and 80kVA
standard.
Front side
A
¤ Single phase up to 20 kVA, with
or without option module.
øE
¤ Three phase ≤ 45 kVA with or
without option module.
Front side
¤ Three phase 60 and 80kVA
standard
C
A' C
D
C A'
Mechanized base of the
outdoor equipments (I):
B
For outdoor models (I) with only one door (Pf) case, use
slings according to the weight of the equipment.
ˆˆ Secure the ILUEST+ MT mechanically, through the suitable bolts (not supplied), to the mechanized base.
• Till its final installation, it is better to leave the equipment over
the original wooden pallet in order to make easier its mobility.
In the same way, it is not installed so far, it is recommended to
pack the unit again after doing the needed inspections, if it has
been unpacked.
• Check that, together with the equipment, there is an operating
and installation user‘s manual.
For indoor format (T) and due to its protection degree IP20,
it 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 1. Never install
the unit outdoors.
A
C
D
In outdoor equipments (I) with double front door (Pf) case
(see figure 10), it is already supplied with 4 lifting lugs anchored to the base of the own case, in order to make easier
the installation tasks in the final location.
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
øE
B
ˆˆ Cut the polyester strips that wrap the cardboard packing.
ˆˆ Open the flaps of the cardboard packing.
ˆˆ Remove the top cardboard
ˆˆ Remove the four corners and/or two expanded polystyrene
(EPS) panels or polystyrene foam (PE).
ˆˆ Take out the cardboard packaging by pulling it up
ˆˆ Remove the plastic bag of polystyrene (PE) that wraps the
equipment.
ˆˆ Take out the documentation.
ˆˆ By means of a hand pallet truck or similar mediums bring the
equipment closer to the installation location.
ˆˆ Check the base of the location has the mechanization stated
in figure 18.
ˆˆ Lift the equipment with the suitable mediums according to
the weight of the model (see table 6), remove the wooden
pallet and place it in the final location.
All the indoor equipments (T) have 2 nuts of M10 at the top
side of the case, which allow fixing two lifting lugs, property
of the user, for the location tasks.
Front side
Mechanized base for indoor (T) and outdoor (I) equipments>
¤ Three phase 60 and 80 kVA with options.
¤ Three phase 100 kVA with and without options.
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
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A
A'
B
C
D
øE
Single phase up to 20 kVA and
three phase ≤45 kVA with and
without the option module
325
-
145
12,5
47,5
10
Three phase 60 and 80 kVA
without the option module
325
-
270
12,5
80
10
Three phase 60 and 80 kVA
with options, and 100 kVA
with and without options
770
-
200
15
75
10,5
Single phase up to 20 kVA and
three phase ≤45 kVA with and
without the option module
195
92,5
186
78
77
14
Three phase 60 and 80 kVA
without the option module
195
92,5
286
78
91
14
Three phase 60 and 80 kVA
with options, and 100 kVA
with and without options
500
-
350
268
55
11
Outdoor (I)
Indoor (T)
Model
Fig. 18. Mechanized base of ILUEST+ MT.
4.4.
Lighting flow stabilizer for headline in street lighting ILUEST is a
unit of high performance, so it has heat losses, although they are
very low (<3%), they have to be kept in mind for their location inside enclosures. 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 air flow cooling that allows the correct cooling of the equipment.
These air volumes are stated in table 1 for each power
The ideal is that the enclosure allows an air inlet through the bottom
and air exhausting through the top. Usually it is needed that this air
exhausting has to be forced by fans in order to create an air depression inside the cabinet.
Air volume to
Power (kVA)
exhaust
m3/h / CFM
Maximum
heat losses
(W)
3,5
25 / 15
105
5
25 / 15
150
NA+ 7,5-2
7,5
50 / 29
225
NA+ 10-2
10
50 / 29
300
NA+ 15-2
15
75 / 44
450
NA+ 20-2
20
100 / 59
600
NAT+ 7,5-4
7,5
50 / 29
225
NAT+ 10-4
10
50 / 29
300
NAT+ 15-4
15
75 / 44
450
NAT+ 20-4
20
100 / 59
600
NAT+ 25-4
25
100 / 59
750
NA+ 3,5-2
NA+ 5-2
Recommended protection devices and
cross cable sections.
4.5.1. Recommended protections.
• Install protections against overcurrents (overloads and shortcircuits), 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.
• The input circuit breaker and earth leakage protections, will be
sized according to the currents stated in the nameplate of the
equipment. It is advisable that the earth leakage protections are
with automatic rearmament to avoid unexpected tripping, due
to inrush currents made by storms.
The circuit breaker protection will be K characteristic with 2 or 4
poles for single or three phase equipments respectively.
Cooling.
Model
4.5.
NAT+ 30-4
30
220 / 129
900
NAT+ 45-4
45
220 / 129
1350
NAT+ 60-4
60
320 / 188
1800
NAT+ 80-4
80
440 / 259
2400
NAT+ 100-4
100
440 / 259
3000
The earth leakage current of ILUEST is lower than 16 mA. This
current can be increased if there were interferences of high frequency or high harmonic tax in mains.
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.
• The installation will have a contactor with 230VAC coil to switch
ON/OFF the equipment, and it will be sized with the input current
stated in the nameplate of the equipment as minimum.
4.5.2. Recommended cross cable sections.
• Whatever the installation is (under floor or at sight), it is recommended to consult the Low Voltage Regulations according to
the local country.
• Cross cable section at the input and output will be determined
from the currents stated in the nameplate of the equipment, by
respecting the Local and/or National Low Voltage Electrotechnical Regulation. For control cables, use as minimum the 2,5 mm2.
Also it is recommended to use RZ1-K cable type for all connections.
• The output of the equipment to the loads of each phase, will be
divided into four single pole circuit breakers. This way, in case
there was a problem in one sector, it will not affect to the total
installation. The ILUEST+ MT has 40kA varistors as TVSS
(Transient Voltage Surge Suppressor) at the input . Nevertheless, in some places with important storms with lightnings,
such protection can't be enough, so then it is recommended
to use additional protections like lightning arrestors (alone or
combined with varistors).
Tabla 1. Cooling air volume and heat losses depending on the model.
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R
S
T
N
AC power supply
Power supply
panel, link line
Input protections
Energy counters
"On" manual
"Off" output voltage
"On-Off" Automatic
"On-Off" Selector:
Circuit breaker protections
RCD switch
6,3x32 mm fuses of 1A type T.
Protection for AC/DC power supply
and contactor
ON/OFF contactor of the system
(Headline contactor)
Circuit breaker protection of the
equipment
LIGHTING FLOW DIMMER STABILIZER ILUEST+ MT
Control panel
with LCD
SICRES
- AC/DC power supply
- Contactor control (On-Off ILUEST+)
- 6 interface terminals for dry contacts. They are not available with the
BA3 option
Connection between SICRES and control panel
Input
Output
RSTN
UVWN
To loads
External contact for saving order
Contactor control(On-Off)
AC/DC power supply
Fig. 19.
Typical three phase installation circuit diagram.
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Power (kVA)
Input current
(A)
Output current
(A)
3,5
17
15
5
25
22
NA+ 7,5-2
7,5
37
33
NA+ 10-2
10
49
43
Model
NA+ 3,5-2
NA+ 5-2
NA+ 15-2
15
74
65
NA+ 20-2
20
98
87
NAT+ 7,5-4
7,5
12
11
NAT+ 10-4
10
16
14
NAT+ 15-4
15
25
22
NAT+ 20-4
20
33
29
NAT+ 25-4
25
41
36
NAT+ 30-4
30
49
43
NAT+ 45-4
45
74
65
NAT+ 60-4
60
98
87
NAT+ 80-4
80
131
115
NAT+ 100-4
100
163
144
Tabla 2. Input and output currents for standardised models.
4.5.3. Installation diagrams.
Figures 19 and 20 show as an example the typical electrical installation
of a three phase unit from ILUEST+ MT and the same installation with
an equipment with options. It is important to meet the following premise:
• ILUEST+ MT has to be always installed at the headline of
the lighting.
• Manoeuvring:
ˆˆ On / off contactor.
Lighting installation must have a contactor to manage the
on/off manoeuvring, which has to be fitted at the input of
the lighting flow equipment (at the headline).
This manoeuvring can be done by a switch, a schedule timer
or any other automatism. Nevertheless, the ILUEST+ MT
has control panel with LCD as interface between user and
equipment, which can make all the functions of schedule
timer and astronomical clock, by controlling the start up,
saving and nominal levels, and the equipment shutdown.
To execute these functions, it is required:
–– To feed the AC terminals (3) from power supply of control panel, from the input line of the headline contactor
(see figure 19).
–– Connect the contactor coil to the terminals (4) according
to the same figure 19, in order to leave the system to
operate according to the settings automatically.
• If the system to turn on/off the installation is done through
timers or photocells, there will also be an additional manual
switch (to be fitted in and purchased by the user), which allows
the system switching, irrespective of the quoted devices.
• The equipment has to be installed 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.
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4.6.
Connection.
As an example, both the circuit diagram from figure 19 and the one
from figure 20 belong to three phase equipments.
For single phase equipments, proceed in the same way, but there
will only be one phase. Nevertheless the control connections will
be same.
Respect the wiring, protection layout and the auxiliary control
and management switches that are shown in the circuit diagram
strictly, never mind the mains typology (single or three phase).
• To have access to the connection parts, it is needed to open the
front door and/or remove the protection cover of the connection parts of the connection parts depending on the version and
power of the equipment:
ˆˆ Format (T):
–– Single phase up to 20 kVA and three phase ≤ 45 kVA,
both standard enclosure or with the option module.
¤ In these equipments are not needed to remove any
cover. The connection terminals are accessible directly.
–– Three phase 60 and 80 kVA in standard enclosure.
¤ Remove the screws (t2) that fix the front cover (TF2).
¤ Remove the front cover (TF2).
¤ Connection terminals will be at sight.
¤
When the connection tasks are finished, leave
the equipment with the cover (TF2) fitted in
and fixed with the screws (t2).
–– Three phase 60 and 80 kVA with options and 100 kVA
standard or with options.
¤ Remove the screws (t3) that fix the front cover (TF3).
¤ Remove the front cover (TF3).
¤ Connection terminals will be at sight.
¤
When the connection tasks are finished, leave
the equipment with the cover (TF3) fitted in
and fixed with the screws (t3).
ˆˆ Format (I):
–– Open the front door (Pf) by means of the handle (Cl), by
unblocking the lock with the supplied triangular key.
–– Because this version is just an indoor format (T) inside
of an outdoor case, proceed according to the previous
steps and depending on the power and configuration.
––
When the connection tasks are finished , leave
the equipment in its original status, put the cover
back and close the door/s (Pf) blocking the handle (Cl) by
means of the triangular key.
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(*) AC/DC power
supply from GPRS
modem
"On" manual
"Off" output voltage
"On-Off" Automatic
6,3x32 mm fuses of 1A type T.
Card protection for digital I/O
"On-Off" Selector:
AC wall outlet for
GPRS option
Power supply
panel, link line
RSTN
6,3x32 mm fuse 1A type T. Protection for AC/DC power supply
On/Off Contactor of the system
(Headline contactor)
ILUEST circuit breaker protection
LIGHTING FLOW DIMMER STABILIZER
Control panel
with LCD
(**)
SICRES
(*) GPRS
antenna
(*) GPRS
Communication bus with digital I/O
SICRES Communication bus with digital I/O
SICRES Communication bus with GPRS
(*) Digital I/O
(***)
Contactor control wiring
(On-Off ILUEST+)
Input
Output
RSTN
UVWN
- 6 terminals for dry contacts. They are
not available with BA1 and BA3 option.
- AC/DC power supply
External contact for Bypass order
External contact for saving order
Wiring for digital I/O power supply BM491*
(*) External options to ILUEST+ MT:
- Digital I/O BM491*.
- GPRS with its AC/DC power supply. Together with the option, it
is supplied its respective communication cable.
- Antenna for GPRS.
(**) SICRES card (Option).
The equipment has the slot to fit the SICRES as standard (see
section 3.4.6).
To loads
(***) SICRES telemaintenance card is connected by default to the
control panel with LCD.
To install the digital I/O option BM491*, it is compulsory to have
the suitable control panel (2) and modify the connection between
the SICRES and itself (see section 4.9.3).
Fig. 20. Three phase typical installation circuit diagram, with the standardized external options digital I/O BM491* and/or GPRS.
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4.6.1. Connection of power supply of the
equipment
•
It is compulsory to earth the equipment through the terminal labelled as ( ), making sure that it is done before
supplying voltage to the input of the equipment
• Connect the wires coming from the on/off contactor of the
system, to the input terminals:
ˆˆ (1R) and (1N) for single phase equipments.
ˆˆ (1R), (1S), (1T ) and (1N), for three phase equipments.
Respect the phase/s and neutral rotation stated in the equipment labelling and figures 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 of this manual.
It is essential the connection of the neutral in any three
phase star system, identifying it in the labelling of the
terminals with a «N».
4.6.2. Connections of the output to loads.
• Connect the load or group of loads to the output terminals:
ˆˆ (2R) and (2N) for single phase equipments.
ˆˆ (2R), (2S), (2T ) and (2N), for three phase equipments.
Respect the phase/s and neutral rotation stated in the equipment labelling and figures 1 to 4 and 6 to 8 of this manual.
It is essential the connection of the neutral in any three
phase star system, identifying it in the labelling of the
terminals with a «N».
• Both if the lighting installation already existed before installing
ILUEST+ MT or it is new, make sure the correct distribution
of the loads in order to avoid the phase unbalancing and to optimise the installation.
• It is recommended to divide the output of each phase into four
single pole switches. In this way any problem in one of the areas
will not affect to the total installation.
4.6.3. Power supply of the LCD control panel.
Terminals (3).
• Connect two wires of RZ1-K type of 2,5 mm2 cross section
coming from the input of the headline contactor (phase R and
neutral N), to terminals (3) -power supply for control panel with
LCD- by respecting the wiring circuit diagram of figures 19 and
20.
4.6.4. Connection of the headline contactor
coil. Terminals (4).
• Connect the contactor coil to terminals (4) by means of wires
of 2,5 mm2 of RZ1-K type, by respecting the circuit diagram of
figures 19 and 20.
4.6.5. Connection of the remote control, saving
order. Terminals (5).
• Use a dry contact, i.e. a switch, to be installed by the user,
between these terminals (5) to close the circuit and start and
remain on saving level.
•
Never apply voltage to these terminals. Apply dry contacts only.
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• Although all the equipments have terminals to activate the
saving order when it is needed, it is advisable and most efficient
the automation of the process, by using all the functionality of
the control panel with LCD and in particular the own saving
order through the internal time scheduler or astronomical clock
• When the unit has the digital I/O option card BM491*, the activation of this order can also be done through the corresponding
terminal strip (CN10).
In case of requirement, the saving order can be applied
to terminals (5) over the equipment or to the connector
(CN10) of the digital I/O option card BM491*, but never from
both at the same time.
4.6.6. Relay interface, terminals (CXR), (CXs), (CXT).
• All the standard equipments (without the BA1 or BA3 options), are supplied from factory with a dry contact terminal
strip, 2 or 6 terminals for single or three phase equipments
respectively.
Each couple of pins correspond to normally closed contact
-NC- of the "Bypass" relay from the control card of each
phase. Do not apply voltage and/or current higher than 2A
250V AC or 30V DC.
Use wires type RZ1-K of 2,5 mm2 of cross section.
4.7.
Power supply contactor selector
switch of manual "On"/ manual "Off" /
automatic On-Off.
• If the lighting turning on/off is done by timers and photocells,
there will be a manual switch that allows to turn on/off the
system, irrespective of the quoted device.
A switch of three positions like the required by the regulations
can be observed in figures 19 and 20, to activate the manual
function «On» (manual forcing to turn on the contactor), «Off»
manual (manual forcing to shutdown the contactor) and automatic function «On-Off» (contactor will be activated or deactivated according to the control automatism itself).
This switch is not supplied with the equipment, it will belong to
the own user’s installation.
4.8.
Communication ports. Connector (6).
• Control panel with LCD from ILUEST+ MT, has a RS-232
serial port through RJ45 of 8 pins (6) (see figures 1 to 8 and
21).
Reference
RJ 45 Pin-out
GND
4
TXD
5
RXD
6
Fig. 21.
RJ 45
pins
1
8
RJ45 connector for RS-232 (6).
• Also, in those installations with the Digital I/O option (8), there
is a DB9 connector (CN12) in the BM491* board (see figure 22).
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This connector provides the RS-232 communication port, in the
same way as the RJ45 serial port does (6), also supplied the
control panel with LCD.
It is not possible to use both RS-232 connections at the same
time because this is no a multipoint channel.
Reference
DB9 pin-out
CD
1
RXD
2
TXD
3
DTR
4
GND
5
RTS
7
CTS
8
RI
9
1
5
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• In the same BM491* option board, there is another port, a RS485 through a RJ10 connector (CN13) of 4 pins (see figure 23).
RJ 10 pin-out
EXT-DO/RI
2
EXT-DO/RI
3
100R-GNDC
4
RJ 10
pins
1 4
RS485
Fig. 23. RJ10 connector (CN13) for RS-485 in BM491*.
4.9.
• Modem will be supplied as separate item from the equipment, with
its AC/DC power supply and the communication antenna.
•
Never install it outdoors. In case of requiring to do it, assemble it inside a box with the suitable protection degree.
ˆˆ Unpack the modem.
ˆˆ Check that the antenna, AC/DC power supply, communication cable with RJ connectors in both ends and fixing
screws are supplied together with the device.
ˆˆ Fix the modem to solid parts by means of screws.
ˆˆ Fix the antenna, attending to the only limitation imposed by
the own length of the cable.
ˆˆ
Do not mechanize the own case of ILUEST+ MT to fix
the modem or its antenna, because there is high risk of
perforating internal parts of the equipment during doing it, and
the consequent failure or destruction when starting it up.
Fig. 22. DB9 connector (CN12) for RS-232 in BM491*.
Reference
4.9.2. GPRS modem, external to the equipment.
ˆˆ Connect the cable of the antenna to the GPRS modem.
ˆˆ Feed the GPRS by means of the supplied AC/DC power
supply, encapsulated type with plug (similar to the charger
of a cell phone).
ˆˆ The power supply must be connected to an outlet, where its
line comes from the AC input of the headline contactor and
insert the other end of the cable with the DC output jack to
the connector of the modem labelled as "POWER" or DC.
ˆˆ Interconnect the SICRES (connector RS-232 B) and GPRS
modem by means of the supplied cable with the RJ connectors in both ends.
4.9.3. Communication card with digital I/O
BM491*.
Options.
• The standardised options in ILUEST+ MT are designed to be assembled at factory, less those ones that do not affect to the own
structure of the equipment, like the SICRES electronic card.
• This section describes the connection of the internal and external standardised options only, which implicate a modification
over the equipment and/or its connections.
•
All connections or actions over the equipment have to
be done with no voltage present.
4.9.1. SICRES CARD. To be installed in the
equipment.
• Communication card SICRES option, will be supplied as separate item from the equipment and the installer will be the one in
charge to make the needed actions to leave it running.
Proceed to make it installation, as follows:
ˆˆ Unpack the SICRES card.
ˆˆ All the equipments have a plastic slot (14) close to the control panel with LCD (12), that is ready precabled from factory, to allocate the SICRES card (7).
ˆˆ Insert the card till the bottom of the slot.
ˆˆ Fix it with the two supplied screws (t4).
ˆˆ To make the communication with the SICRES card, check
the documentation supplied in the CD (manual EK764*).
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• The installation and connection of the option with the equipment is only reserved to the staff from (S.T.S.) or authorised
one, because it involves internal modification in the equipment
in more or less range depending on the available equipment.
• The electronic card with digital inputs and outputs I/O, is supplied inside a metallic box and packaged separate from the
equipment.
•
Never install it outdoors. In case of requiring to do it, assemble it inside a box with the suitable protection degree.
• Proceed for the installation as follows:
ˆˆ Unpack the option.
ˆˆ Check that it is supplied with two connection buses of 1,8 m
(ribbon cable), one of 10 ways and another one of 34 ways,
with the respective connectors inserted in each ends.
ˆˆ The box of the option is supplied together with the supports
(SGD) already coupled. These supports allow fixing the box
over a DIN rail.
In case the DIN rail is not available, these two supports
(SGD) can be removed and fix the metallic box directly to
the wall or any other support, by means of screws through
the holes (t7).
The option has be to be located as closest as possible to the
ILUEST+ MT, because the supplied communication buses
to interconnect both items has 1,8 m length, so the height of
the equipment has to be kept in mind for the cable length.
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ˆˆ To proceed to connect the digital I/O BM491* card, is
needed to remove the screws (t5) that fix the cover (TF5).
ˆˆ The box has two cutout (TC) allow to make easier the cable
routing through thte connection points.
ˆˆ The connectors and communication pin-out of the BM491*
card, are described and related in section 3.1.4 and the pinout of the communication ports in section 4.8. Make the
needed connections:
–– CN5. Contactor control. This function is usually done in
the equipment through the terminal strip (4).
–– CN6. 4 digital outputs.
–– CN8. 2 analogical inputs.
–– CN9. Bypass order. To force the unit to bypass.
–– CN10. Saving order. This function can also be activated
on the equipment through the terminals (5).
–– CN11. 5 digital inputs.
–– CN12. RS-232 port in a DB9 connector.
–– CN13. RS-485 port in a RJ connector.
• Needed requirements as regards to control panel.
ˆˆ The equipment needs a control panel ready to be connected
to the digital I/O. Otherwise, it will have to be replaced as
follows:
–– Remove the screws (t1) that fix the front cover (TF1) of
the control panel and cover.
–– Remove the screws (t2) that fix the front cover (TF2).
–– Remove the screws (t3) that fix the front cover (TF3), if it
proceeds (equipments with option module or > 80 kVA).
–– Remove the connections from (BM484*) -see figure 5-.
–– Remove the fixing screws of the control panel set.
–– Replace the control panel by another one that it is ready
to support the digital I/O option and fix it by means of the
removed screws in the previous step.
–– Connect the (BM484*) again, as it were, less the connection over the connector (CN2) of (BM547*) -see figure
5-.
–– The control panel has been replaced properly.
ˆˆ For equipments that have control panel ready for the connection of the digital I/O option, from factory originally or
because its adaptation has already been done.
The difference in the connections can be checked by comparing figures 19 and 20, because the first one is connected
to the SICRES of the control panel and the second one, both
are connected to the digital I/O BM491* card.
Proceed in the same way to leave the connection as it is
needed:
–– Remove the adaptor board from 34 ways to 10 ways
(BM547*), which is already inserted in the connector
(CN1) of the (BM484*) -see figure 5-.
–– Take the connection bus - ribbon cable of 34 ways -. Insert the connector of one of its ends into the connector
(CN1) of (BM484*) and the other end in the connector
(CN2) of BM491* card of the option.
––
––
––
––
––
––
Insert the connector of its ends into the connector of the
slot from SICRES from previous point and the other end in
the connector (CN4) of BM491* of the option.
The output of the connection buses -ribbon cable- to outside, is foreseen through the same gland plate of the power
cables. Put them properly in order to avoid crushing between any of the front covers (TF*).
Put the front cover (TF1) of the control panel and the
screws (t1) that fix it.
Put the front cover (TF2) and fix it with the screws (t2).
Put the front cover (TF3) and fix it with the screws (t3)
(equipments with option module or > 80 kVA).
Put the cover (TF5) of the digital I/O case option and fix
it with the screws (t5).
The adaptation and connections have been finished.
Check the correct operating of the ILUEST+ MT and
option.
Otherwise contact with the (S.T.S.).
4.9.4. External manual bypass.
• It allows feeding the loads directly from mains during the preventive maintenance tasks or when the ILUEST+ MT is faulty.
It is conspicuously useful in tunnels and/or indoor lighting to not
turn them off, even when it is fixed, replaced or checked. The
type of Bypass is break before make, so there are breaks in the
power supply when doing the transference from the ILUEST+
MT to Bypass and vice versa.
•
When turning the switch from Bypass to Manual to position «2» (Bypass mode), the lamps will be supplied from
mains directly, regardless of the position of the input circuit breaker
of each phase from ILUEST+ MT. If you don't want to have the
lamps turned on, turn the protections from control panel «Off».
• The functionality is the same, both if the Bypass is integrated and it
is an external manual Bypass. In both cases, two or four poles cam
switches are used, depending if they are single or three phase.
Nevertheless the installation tasks are different. Meanwhile in
an equipment with internal manual Bypass, it is not needed additional connections, the external manual Bypass is needed to
make the interconnections between both parts (see figure 16).
ˆˆ Connect the terminals belonging to the common of the Bypass panel to the distribution line that will feed the loads.
ˆˆ Connect the terminals belonging to one of the contacts of
the switch, to the output terminals of ILUEST+ MT.
ˆˆ Finally, connect the terminals belonging to the second contacts
of the switch to commercial mains directly.
–– Remove the 10 ways bus connected in the rear side of the
slot box (14) for SICRES card.
–– Take the second connection bus - ribbon cable of 10 ways-.
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5.
Operating.
5.1.
Start up and shutdown.
5.1.1. To control 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 the previous section. It is advisable
to make the first start up with no load connected.
• In case of any option devices already installed, check connection and settings before proceeding to start up the equipment
(see specific user’s manuals).
• Check the manual selector, located in the switch gear panel of
the installation, is in “Automatic” position.
5.1.2. Commissioning.
• The equipment and lighting (if they are connected) starts up
when the headline contactor is turned on and they are shutdown
when the contactor is turned off. This contactor can be managed
by the equipment itself, through the control of LCD panel or by
an external part out from the equipment (photocell, timer, astronomical clock, switch for manual control, ... ).
Nevertheless the following described start up, is done from the
first assumption, being consistent with the diagrams in figures
19 and 20 (control over the contactor through the own control
panel of the equipment).
• Connect the power supply to the equipment (turn on the input
protections of the switch gear panel), with the input switch (9R)
for single phase equipments or (9R), (9S) and (9T) for three phase
ones in «0» or «Off» position and loads disconnected. Check the
voltage of the phases at the input terminals of the contactor, if it
is correct, the LCD from control panel will be active.
ˆˆ
ILUEST+ MT is delivered by default from factory
with the time scheduler deactivated “Off” to allow
its first start up and check are correct.
i
Check the setting by means of the following instructions:
–– Starting from the screen 0.1, press upward key (ç) as
many times as needed to access to screen 9.1 «TIME
SCHEDULER» and press once key (â), to access to the
screen 9.2 «Activate Time scheduler (NO)».
–– To select (YES) or (NO), by starting from the screen 9.1
«TIME SCHEDULER», press key ( ) so the indicator
(NO) or (YES) will blink and it will be able to be changed
through the key (á) to change from (YES) to (NO) and
through the key (â) to change from (NO) to (YES) and
finally with the ( ) to validate the selection.
• Turn «On» the input protections (9R) for single phase equipments
or (9R), (9S) and (9T) for three phase ones.
• Activate the time scheduler and make a test setting to check a
complete duty cycle (start up, saving order, nominal and shutdown), before entering the final setting and respecting the procedure established in chapter 6 of this manual.
Previously check that the time indicated in the LCD panel
is the current one. Otherwise, correct it.
i
Enter times close to the current one (include some minutes
delay in the settings, the enough ones to end the procedure).
Connect the general input switch of the switch gear panel. Wait
till the programmed order of start up is activated and the contactor is turned on.
• Turn off the general switch from switch gear panel and connect
the loads.
• Turn "On" the general input switch from switch gear panel again.
When time scheduler is activated ((YES) selected), the equipment will be started up and shutdown automatically, according
to is programming. If it is on the working timetable, the equipment will turn on the contactor and if it is out from the timetable, it will be turned off, and consequently the lights too.
• Once the test cycle has been finished and checked the correct
operating of the system, it is recommended to enter the final
setting in the time scheduler or astronomical clock depending
on the case. The programmed sequences will be repeated everyday, no additional manual operating will be needed.
Any daily automation can be modified when needed,
just changing the position of the required switch.
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 «Off» the input protections (9R) for single phase equipments
or (9R), (9S) and (9T) for three phase ones.
• Turn off all protections from control panel.
–– When time scheduler is activated (with (YES) selected),
the equipment will automatically be started up and shutdown depending on its setting. If it is on working timetable, the equipment will turn on the contactor and if it
is out from the working timetable, it will be turned off.
5.2.
–– In this situation (with the time scheduler activated but if the
time is out from the start up time programmed), if we activate
the contactor manually by means of the “On-Off” selector, the
ILUEST+ MT will be supplied but it will remain on Bypass.
• To access to the electronic control card/s depending if the
equipment is single or three phase, it is needed to remove the
front cover (TF2) in both cases. This cover is fixed by screws
(t2) located in the front side of the equipment.
It is needed to remove all the screws to take out the cover.
–– If the time scheduler is deactivated by selecting (NO),
the input contactor will be activated.
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Definition of the led from control
cards BM535*/BM536*/BM542* and
address dipswitch (SW4).
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When ending the connection, put the protection cover
back and fix it with the screws (t2).
5.2.1. Led optical indicators BM535* / BM536*/
BM542*.
Figure 11 shows the layout of the led optical indicators included in
the control cards BM535* / BM536*/BM542* and it is repeated for
each phase.
(LD3)
Red Led, Bypass relay activated.
(LD5÷11)Yellow Leds. They state the quantity of solid static
switches that are triggered in that moment.
(LD12)
Green Led. Analogical power supply 5V, in operation.
(LD13)
Green Led. Digital power supply 5V, is running.
(LD14)
Red Led, alarm indicator. It is activated by overload, fault and
Bypass.
If it is permanently turned on, contact with the Service and
Technical Support (S.T.S.). The affected phase will remain
on Bypass. In case of three phase equipments, the phase
with this led turned on neither will stabilize nor will regulate
at saving level.
(LD15)
Green Led. It states the operating mode of the equipment:
- Nominal, active led.
- Saving, led turned off.
- Ascent and descent ramps, it will blink.
(LD16)
Red Bypass Led. It is activated by active Bypass, by fault,
overload, overtemperature, by manual activation or by software of Bypass.
(LD17)
Yellow Led. Communications "TxD".
(LD18)
Yellow Led. Communications "RxD".
(LD19)
Yellow Led. Saving order activated.
(L208)
Yellow Led. Bypass order activated.
5.2.2. Address setting, for control communication
(SW4).
Each electronic control card BM535*/BM536*/BM542* has a preset
address in order to establish the communications with the control
panel with LCD, which is selectable through the dipswitch (SW4).
5.3.
Settings.
• Settings for end-user are the ILUEST+ MT parameters. To
check or change the preset values in order to adapt the equipment to the installation, go to screen 13.1 (0000) NORMAL and
enter the user password. To do it, proceed as follows:
ˆˆ Starting from screen 0.1, press upward key (ç) till reaching
screen 13.1.
ˆˆ Press ( ).
ˆˆ Characters will be on blinking mode.
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 the ILUEST+ MT parameters. To do
it and starting from screen 0.1, press as many times the upward
key (ç) as it is needed till reaching screen 5.1 «ILUEST PARAMETERS» (see screen map of LCD in figure 26).
• P ress 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 phases or (INDIVIDUAL), different setting for each
phase.
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) option was selected, the phase to set
has to be selected to (1 (R), 2 (S) or 3 (T)). To do it press (
)to enter into the selecting phase mode, select the number of
the phase by means of keys (ç) or (æ) and confirm the selection with key ( ). Change or make the needed settings in the
selected phase and repeat the procedure and settings for the
rest of phases.
• When selecting the type of lamp in screen 5.3., the ILUEST+
MT will set all the preset parameters from factory for that kind
of lamp. Once the type of lamp is selected, any parameter can
be changed (start voltage, duration of starting status, nominal
voltage, saving voltage 1, saving voltage 2) in order to be customized to the installation.
By default, the assigned addresses in a three phase equipment are
1-2-3 correlatively for phases R-S-T (see table 3), which are ordered
from top to bottom or from left to right, depending on the power of
the equipment. For a single phase equipment the address is always 1.
Address
SW4-1
SW4-2
1 (phase R)
OFF
OFF
2 (phase S)
ON
OFF
3 (phase T)
OFF
ON
Tabla 3. Assigned addresses of the controls.
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6.
Control panel with LCD.
(b) Yellow led indicator "BYPASS". It is turned on when any of the
phases of the equipment is on Bypass.
(c) Green led indicator "OPERAT.". It is turned on when the equipment is calibrated and in normal operating mode.
(d) Yellow led indicator "COM.". Meanwhile the communications
with the control card of each phase are established, it blinks.
6.2.
Fig. 24. Control panel with LCD.
6.1.
(12)
Definition of the keys, led indicators
and their functionality.
Control panel with LCD (see figure 24).
(
) Key «ENTER».
(
) Key «ESC».
(æ)
Key to move up (backward).
(ç)
Key to move down (forward).
(â) Key to move to right.
(á) Key to move to left.
Led optical indicators (see figure 24).
(a)
Red Led "FAULT".
(b)
Yellow Led "BYPASS".
(c)
Green Led "OPERAT.".
(d)
Yellow Led "COM.".
6.1.1. Led optical indicators.
Figure 24 shows the layout of the led optical indicators included in
the control panel with LCD, and they are turned on when their function are activated.
Basic functions of the keys.
• Through keys upward (ç) and backward (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 or with keys (â) - (á) the different
options are 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, it is
gone back to main screen (Screen 0.1), unless we are inside of
any screen from «Parameters» menu, changing any of them.
Then the first pulsation of key ( ) will stop the blinking of the
value and the second one will go back to main screen.
• Notes related to the screens of figure 26 and related to figure
25, as an example:
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 13.1». This safety
level avoids that non-authorised staff can alter or modify any
setting.
(a) Red led indicator "FAULT". It is turned on when Bypass of one or
more phases is activated, due to: fault, overload, manual activation
or by software activation. Also it is triggered by overtemperature
and high or low input/output voltages.
Safety level
* RELAY *
â
* PROGRAMMING *â
á
(*1)
Screen 8.1
OVERLOAD: RL2 BYPASS
... : RL4 â
(*1)
Screen 8.2
â
á
LOW IN.: – – HIGH IN.: – –
(*1)
â
Screen 8.3
â
á
Screen
numbering
Fig. 25. Reference notes of the screens.
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6.3.
Description of the screens.
6.3.1. Main screen «Start».
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.
Screen 0.2
It allows activating or deactivating the Saving and /or Manual shutdown orders, so it modifies the status of the equipment.
6.3.3. «Alarms» menu (screen 2.1).
To go from main screen press twice the forward 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 26 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 4, there are all the possible alarms displayed in the LCD panel.
Representation in LCD panel
Description
OVERLOAD
Output overload alarm
Screen 0.3
It displays the status of the communications for each control and
phase BM535*/BM536*/BM542*:
• 0 = It doesn’t communicate.
• 1 = It communicates.
• and the number of the phase that it is communicating is displayed in the right bottom corner (1 phase R, 2 phase S and 3
phase T).
BYPASS
Bypass alarm
LOW INPUT V.
Low input voltage alarm
HIGH INPUT V.
High input voltage alarm
LOW OUTPUT V.
Low output voltage alarm
HIGH OUTPUT V.
High output voltage alarm
HIGH TEMP. 1
High temperature 1 alarm (heatsink)
HIGH TEMP. 2
High temperature 1 alarm (inductor)
P. DEVICE ERR. 1
Semiconductor 1 fault
6.3.2. «Measurements» menu (Screen 1.1).
P. DEVICE ERR. 2
Semiconductor 1 fault
BYPASS FAULT
Bypass fault alarm
To go from main screen press once the upward 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 number
of the phase that they belong to. Each one corresponds to a determined phase: 1 phase R, 2 phase S and 3 phase T.
To display the measurements of one phase, press ( ), select the
number of phase (1-2-3 for R-S-T) with keys (ç) or (æ) and confirm
with ( ). Next press ( ) to escape and press (ç) to go back to
menu «Measurements».
BLOCKING ALARM
Equipment blocked alarm
MANUAL BYPASS
Manual bypass alarm
GENERAL ALARM
General alarm
EARTH LEAKAGE CURRENT HIGH
Earth leakage current > than
programmed one
DIGITAL ALARM 1 ACTIVATED
Tripping alarm for output switch 1
DIGITAL ALARM 2 ACTIVATED
Tripping alarm for output switch 2
DIGITAL ALARM 3 ACTIVATED
Tripping alarm for output switch 3
DIGITAL ALARM 4 ACTIVATED
Tripping alarm for output switch 4
DIGITAL ALARM 5 ACTIVATED
Tripping alarm for output switch 5
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.
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 heatsink (DIS), tap autotransformer
(T) and booster transformer (B).
Screen 1.8
Submenu for firmware version of control of each phase.
Screen 1.9
Submenu internal temperature of the equipment in ºC.
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Tabla 4. Alarm list displayed in the LCD panel.
Screen 2.2
Example: Active alarm and quantity of modules that they have it.
6.3.4. «Data logger» menu (Screen 3.1).
To go from main screen press three times the forward key (ç). By
means of key (â) there is access to the first log screen 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 (dd/mm), if the alarm
has been activated or deactivated (ACT/DES), number of the affected phase (M:), time of the alarm (hh:mm) and alarm code reference.
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6.3.5. «General parameters» menu (Screen 4.1).
6.3.6. «ILUEST+ parameters» menu (Screen 5.1).
Some the screens of this menu are hidden by default and a password has to be entered (0500) in «screen 13.1» to change any setting. This access control restricts non-authorised staff modifying
settings.
To go from main screen press four times the forward 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).
All the screens of this menu are hidden by default and a password
has to be entered (0500) in «screen 13.1» 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 upwards key (ç). By
means of key (â) there is access to all the screens of programming parameters of ILUEST+ MT, being able to move from one to
another with the keys (â) or (á)
Screen 4.2
Screen 5.2
A GLOBAL setting can be selected for all the phases 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 phase of the equipment.
Regarding to the clock of the equipment. It can be set, considering
its structure (hh:mm:ss), set the daylight saving time (DST) or out
from daylight saving time (--), set the day (dd:mm:yy) and weekday.
So that the equipment works automatically with the astronomical
clock, the data related to time and GMT (figure screen 10.4) has to
be entered before, during the installation procedure or later on with
the technical service intervention, depending on the case.
The system will work in stand alone when having the reference
data, but the daylight saving times will not be changed automatically and vice versa. If the time scheduler is going to be used to
start up the equipment, it is needed to update the clock time (daylight summer or winter time).
Screen 4.3
The contrast of the LCD panel can be set for an optimal visualisation.
Screen 4.4
Language setting: Spanish, English, French and Hungarian.
Screen 4.5
Regarding to communication parameters with ILUEST phases.
Screen 4.6
Regarding to external communication parameters through RS-232.
Screen 4.7
Regarding to external communication parameters through RS-485
Screen 4.8
DST (Daylight Saving Time) for Europe, AUTOMATIC/MANUAL and
shown in the screen as AUTO/MAN..
This selection allows activating or not, the daylight saving time in an
Automatic way for the Europe zone, by adding the DST in summer and
cancelling it in winter. With the option activated to AUTO, which is
preset from factory, it is allows selecting if the Time scheduler runs on
OFFICIAL or SOLAR time.
• OFFICIAL time, when the time is changed from winter to
summer DST or vice versa (it activates or deactivates the DST),
the set times in the time scheduler are not affected, therefore
they are moved together with the official time as regards to the
solar time.
• If it is selected SOLAR time, when the time is changed from
winter to summer DST or vice versa (it activates or deactivates
the DST), the set times in the time scheduler are shown with a forward or backward hour as regards to the time that it was before the
DST time change, therefore they are left equal as they were before
changing the official time.
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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 5.7
Speed of ILUEST. The operating normal speed or test fast speed
can be selected, in order to avoid waiting long period times in the
status of ILUEST to allow making the settings and testing.
Screen 5.8 and 5.15
It allows setting the start voltage of the equipment, by selecting
one of the preset levels: NOMINAL (by default), SAVING 1, SAVING
2 or START only, which is displayed as "----".
The last option is foreseen for those particular installations, that having
activated the astronomical clock of the equipment or a photocell sensor,
the start up time moves depending on the day of the year that we are
and the geographical location, or even depending on the light conditions
of the day. With the selected "----" option, the start order of the equipment will use the one corresponding to the period of time of the current
time, without doing any change in the voltage level till a new order of
the time scheduler.
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12:39 07-05-08
NOMINAL OUTPUT â
â
á
SAVINGM. SHUTDOWN
(OFF)(OFF) â
â
á
COMM. STATUS
000000111(3)á
Screen 0.3
Screen 0.2
Screen 0.1
ç
* MEASUREMENTS *
â
â
á
INPUT:2
228V
49,9Hz â
Screen 1.1
â
á
OUTPUT:2
221V
9,7A â
Screen 1.2
Screen 1.3
HTS.: 29ºC
2 â
T.: 37ºC B.: 37ºCâ á
ç
Screen
VersionM:2
01.04.03E06 â
Screen 1.6
* ALARMS *
â
â
á
MANUAL BYPASS
IL: 1 2 3
%
â
2,1kVA (L)
2
1,7kW
PF:0,83 â
â
á
••••
â
á
06-05(DES) M:3
12:56 13-M.BYP.
á
LOAD: 43%
SAVING: 7%
2
â
Screen 1.4
â
á
â
á
Screen 1.5
AMBIENT TEMP.
–6 ºC
á
Screen 1.9
Screen 1.8
â
á
â
á
â
á
See table 4, alarm list.
Screen 2.2
Screen 2.1
ç
* DATA LOGGER *
â
â
á
CLEAR
DATA LOGGER (NO)â
(*1)
Screen 3.1
••• (Press the up or dwon keys to move trhough the data logger of
ç last 200 events, starting from the most recent one).
Screen 3.3
Screen 3.2
ç
* GENERAL *
* PARAMETERS *â
â
á
12:57:47 (DST)
06-05-2008 THU â
Screen 4.1
*RS-232 * -0N9600 MDBS (01) â
(*1)
LCD CONTRAST
 â
â
á
SETUP MODE
( -GLOBAL- )
(*1)
Screen 5.1
â
á
*RS-485 * -0FF9600 MDBS (05) â
Screen 5.2
LAMP
(Sodium HP)
SETUP MODE
( -INDIVIDUAL- ) â
(*1)
â
SAVING LEVEL 2
187V
â
(*1)
ç
â
á
Screen 5.10
2
â
* RELAY *
* PROGRAMMING *â
Screen 8.1
(*1)
â
á
â
OVERLOAD: RL2 BYPASS ... : RL4 â á
(*1)
Screen 8.2
BYP. FAIL : – –
FAN FAIL: – –
(*1)
ç
â
â
á
Screen 8.7
WAIT NOM.: – –
â
: – – â á
NOMINAL
(*1)
Screen 8.11
DIG. INPUT 1 : – –
DIG. INPUT 2 : – –
(*1)
â
â á
Screen 8.15
â
á
Screen 5.14
â
INPUT LOW: – – INPUT HIGH: – – â á
(*1)
Screen 8.3
LOCK FAIL. : – – â
MANUAL BYP.: – – â á
(*1)
Screen 8.8
DOWN SAVE AH1: – – â
UP SAVE AH1 : – – â á
(*1)
Screen 8.12
DIG. INPUT 3 : – –
DIG. INPUT 4 : – –
(*1)
â
â á
Screen 8.16
START UP: 205V
Duration:
2m
â
* ILUEST * -0N9600 MDBS (01) â
(*1)
â
á
Screen 5.4
ILUEST SPEED
(NORMAL)
â
â
á
Screen 4.5
2
â
NOMINAL: 220V
SAVING: 187V
(*1)
â
á
Screen 5.7
NOMINAL: 220V
SAVING: 187V
(*1)
â
á
Screen 4.8
(*1)
â
á
â
á
DST(EU): (AUTO)
PRG.H:(OFFICIAL)
á
(*1)
Screen 5.11
ILUEST SPEED
2
(NORMAL)
â
(*1)
â
á
â
Screen 4.4
(*1)
Screen 5.6
START UP: 205V
Duration:
2m
(*1)
â
á
Screen 5.3
(*1)
ç
Screen 4.7
(*1)
â
á
â
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
â
á
Screen 4.3
Screen 4.6
(*1)
* ILUEST *
* PARAMETERS *â
Screen 4.2
ç
â
á
Screen 5.12
Screen 5.5
PROG. START
(NOMINAL)
á
(*1)
â
á
â
á
â
Screen 5.8
2
SAVING LEVEL 2
187V
â
(*1)
â
á
Screen 5.13
PROG. START
(NOMINAL)
á
(*1)
Screen 5.15
â
OUTPUT LOW: RL5
OUTPUT HIGH: – – â á
(*1)
Screen 8.4
I.LEAKAGE
... : – – â
AL.GENERAL ... : – – â á
(*1)
Screen 8.9
SAVE LVL 1 : – –
â
UP NOMINAL : – – â á
(*1)
Screen 8.13
TEMP1 HIGH: RL3
TEMP2 HIGH: RL3
(*1)
â
á
Screen 8.5
START UP : – –
RAMP NOM.: – –
(*1)
â
â
â
á
Screen 8.10
DOWN SAVE AH2 : – – â
SAVE LVL 2 : – – â á
(*1)
Screen 8.14
DIG. INPUT 5 : – – á
(*1)
Screen 8.17
It follows in the next page (see screen 9.1).
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ç
It comes from previous page (see screen 8.1).
* TIME *
* SCHEDULER * â
Scheduler
Enable (YES)
â
á
Screen 9.1
Day: Month Prog.: SIMPLE
â
â á
Screen 9.2
â
â
á
Screen 9.3
Screen 9.4
Screen 9.6
Day: Monday-Sunday â
Prog.: DOUBLE (1) â á
Screen 9.7
– ON –
Saving 1
â
20:5423:00
â á
ASTRONOMICAL C.
â
NO
 (YES)  â á
Nominal
– OFF –
07:0007:41
á
Screen 9.12
Screen 9.10
Day: Monday-Sunday â
Prog.: DOUBLE (2) â á
Screen 9.13
Screen 9.15
Day: Special1 Prog.: DOUBLE (2)
Sunset: 20:54 Sunrise.: 06:41
* ASTRONOMICAL *
â
* CLOCK *
â á
Screen 10.1
â
Screen 10.2
â
á
Screen 9.19
Lat.: -0.60º
Lon.: -0.84º
â
á
â
â
â
á
Screen 10.3
(*1)
Screen 9.17
Special Progr. Day: ** Month:**
â
â
á
Offset ON: Om
á
OFF:Om
Zenit: OFFICIAL â
â á
GMT: 1
Screen 10.4
Screen 9.18
Depending on the selected type of
programming in he screen 9.19 (SIMPLE,
DOUBLE (1) or DOUBLE (2)), the screens
9.4 to 9.6, 9.8 to 9.11 or 9.13 to 9.18 will
be available.
Screen 9.20
(*1)
Screen 9.16
Saving
– OFF –
07:0007:41
á
Saving 2
Saving 1
â
01:0005:00
â á
Screen 9.14
Nominal
Saving 1
â
06:0099:99
â á
Saving 2
Saving 1
â
01:0005:00
â á
Screen 9.11
– ON –
Saving 1
â
20:5423:00
â á
ASTRONOMICAL C.
â
NO
 (YES)  â á
Screen 9.9
Screen 9.8
Saving 2
Saving 1
â
01:0005:00
â á
ç
Screen 9.5
Nominal
– OFF –
07:0007:41
á
ç
ç
– ON –
Saving 1
â
20:5423:00
â á
ASTRONOMICAL C.
â
NO
 (YES)  â á
(*1)
Screen 10.5
ç
* ENERGY *
* METERS *
â
Screen 11.1
Saving1: 00000h â
000000000.0kWh â á
â
Nominal: 00001h 000000001.8kWh â á
â
á
Screen 11.2
Screen 11.3
Saving2: 00000h
000000000.0kWh á
Screen 11.4
ç
* EXTERNAL *
* SENSORS * â
â
á
LIGHT SENSOR
(NOT INSTALLED â
Screen 12.1
LEAK SENSOR
(NOT INSTALLED) á
â
á
Screen 12.2
Screen 12.3
ç
ç
LIGHT SENSOR
(SAVING LEVEL) â
â
á
LEAK SENSOR
( 4-20mA ) â
Screen 12.4
LIGHT MEASURE
0%
â
Screen 12.8
LEAKAGE CURR.
0mA â
â
á
â
á
Screen 12.5
LIGHT MEASURE
Min: 0 Max: 100 â
â
á
Screen 12.10
Screen 12.9
MAX. LEVEL
I.LEAK.: 300mA á
â
á
Screen 12.6
SENSOR MODE
(DIRECT)
â
â
á
Screen 12.11
ç
ç
LIGHT SENSOR
(ASTRON CLOCK)â
â
á
LIGHT MEASURE
0%
â
Screen 12.12
â
á
Screen 12.13
STARTUP OFFSET
â
ASTRO:
15Min. â á
Screen 12.15
10B0197285
(0000) NORMAL â
Screen 13.1
Version
á
01.01.09E08
â
á
i
LIGHT MEASURE
Min: 0 Max: 100 â
â
á
Screen 12.14
SHUTDOWN OFFSET
â
ASTRO:
–15Min. â á
Screen 12.16
Screens with no numbering, are basic user level.
(*1) It istates that they are programming screens, which are hidden by password.
Screen 13.2
Fig. 26. Screen map of LCD panel synoptic.
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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 control card independently (1, 2 or 3) corresponding to phases R-S-T:
Screen 9.4, 9.8 and 9.13
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.
• Start voltage and duration of itself (Screen 5.11) .
Screen 9.5, 9.9 and 9.14
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.
• Nominal and saving voltages (Screen 5.12).
• Saving level (voltage) 2 (Screen 5.13).
• Speed of ILUEST+ MT (Screen 5.14).
6.3.7. «Relay setting» menu (Screen 8.1).
All the screens of this menu are hidden by default and a password
has to be entered (0500) in «screen 13.1» 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 the forward key (ç) as many times
as it were needed to access to screen 8.1. 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).
Screens 8.2 to 8.17
A relay from card BM491* can be associated to any alarm or status,
so when the alarm or status is active the associated relay is activated too.
6.3.8. «Time scheduler» menu (Screen 9.1).
To go from main screen press the forward key (ç) as many times
as it were needed to access to screen 9.1. 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).
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).
All values in the time fields from time scheduler are preset to 99:99
from factory. If later on any programming requires to have disabled
any step, all fields from the implicit screens will have to be set to
99:99, less when there is a generic deactivation of the time scheduler.
Screen 9.2
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 9.3
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
+10 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).
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Screen 9.6, 9.11 and 9.18
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 9.7
It is possible to select the weekdays that will act over 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 + 10 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 9.10
Time when it will shift from Saving 1 to Saving 2 and time that it will
shift from Saving 2 to Saving 1.
Screen 9.12
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 +10 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 9.15
Time when it will shift from Saving 1 to Saving 2 and time that it will
shift from Saving 2 to Saving 1.
Screen 9.16
Time when it will shift from Saving 1 to Nominal and time when it
will shift from Nominal to Saving 1.
Screen 9.17
Time when it will shift from Saving 1 to Saving 2 and time that it will
shift from Saving 2 to Saving 1.
Screen 9.19
It is possible to select the weekdays that a determined programming
will perform, each day of the week, from Monday to Friday, Saturday
and Monday, Monday to Sunday, and 10 special days. The day of the
week +10 special days can be selected to affect the stated programming. The microprocessor allows saving up to 10 "SPECIAL*"
programs, each one with its determined day and month, where "*"
states the number of program from 1 to 10.
Screen 9.20
Day and month of the year for each special programming.
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6.3.9. «Astronomical clock» menu (Screen 10.1).
6.3.10. «Energy counters» menu (Screen 11.1).
Some screens in this menu are hidden by default and a password
has to be entered (0500) in the «screen 13.1» 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 the upwards key (ç) as many times
as it were needed to access to screen 10.1. 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).
To go from main screen press the upwards key (ç) as many times
as it were needed to access to screen 11.1. 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 running time in each status (Nominal, Saving 1 and Saving 2), as well as the accumulated consumptions in kWh of each one.
Screen 10.2
Sunset and sunrise. Data calculated by the astronomical clock, depending on the geographical location that the equipment is installed
(entered values in screen 10.3) day of the year and GMT (value in
screen 10.4).
Screen 10.3
Geographical location of the city or town where ILUEST is installed.
The geographical coordinates of latitude and longitude in degrees,
tenths and hundredths of a degree can be obtained from a GPS,
map, Internet,....and entered in this screen.
Screen 10.4
Time zone as regards Greenwich Meridian. Select zenith: OFFICIAL,
CIVIL, NAUTICAL or ASTRONOMICAL.
GMT (Greenwich Meridian Time): In Spain, for example, the time
referred to GMT is GMT+1 / GMT+2 (winter / summer), less in
Canary Islands.
Screen 10.5
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 sunset, it is the twilight period. 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 till 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+ MT astronomical
clock, it is recommended to put the option «Zen» to «Off» (Official).
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Screen 11.2
Number of hours and accumulated kWh with the equipment in
Nominal status.
Screen 11.3
Number of hours and accumulated kWh with the equipment in
Saving 1 status.
Screen 11.4
Number of hours and accumulated kWh with the equipment in
Saving 2 status.
6.3.11. «External Sensors» menu (Screen 12.1).
To go from main screen press the upwards key (ç) as many times
as it were needed to access to screen 12.1. By means of key (â)
there is access to all the screens of external sensors, being able to
move from one to another with the keys (â) or (á).
Screens 12.2, 12.8 and 12.12
Light sensor selection. Select among Not installed (12.2), Saving
level (12.7) or Astronomical clock (12.11).
When selecting saving level, the light sensor will act over the own
saving level according to the preset values in the linked screens or
it will be done over the astronomical clock if this option has been
selected and under the preset values of the linked screens.
Screen 12.3 and 12.4
Earth leakage current selector. Options: Not installed or 4-20 mA
(i.e: RMA25 sensor from Afeisa).
The input for the sensor in digital I/O card BM491*, is applied between
pins 1 and 3 of connector CN8, considering pin 3 as the negative.
Screen 12.5
Measurement screen of earth leakage current sensor.
Screen 12.6
Screen for setting of alarm level, earth leakage current. By default
300 mA.
Screens 12.9 and 12.13
Light sensor measurement in % (i.e.: FF-LESA13B2 sensor from
HONEYWELL Commet from 1000 - 100 000 Lux).
The input for the sensor in digital I/O card BM491*, is applied between
pins 2 and 3 of connector CN8, considering pin 3 as the negative.
Screens 12.10 and 12.14
As a total darkness or infinite light can’t be achieved, there is a
setting to set the actuation of the sensor in %, within a minimum of
0 and maximum of 100, correlational with the analogical output of
4-20 mA respectively.
If ILUEST+ MT is on Nominal, the sensor will not act because
it is the maximum level. If it were in Saving 1 or Saving 2, any of
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them will be the minimum level depending on the case. Therefore
maximum and minimum levels will be Nominal-Saving 1 or Nominal-Saving 2 respectively.
Screen 12.11
Type of actuation, it is selectable between Direct or Reverse options. This function allows making the needed voltage settings to
achieve a higher or lower lighting depending on the measurement
of the sensor.
For example, with the Direct option activated, there will be a higher
lighting inside a tunnel of the highway network, as much higher is
the light outside, reducing the dazzle effect when going in or out
from itself. The maximum light will be when lights will be connected
to nominal voltage.
With Reverse option activated, it is achieved the contrary effect,
so as higher is the measurement of the sensor, the lower will be
the voltage that supplies the lighting in order to achieve a contrast
effect. The minimum light will be at Saving voltage 2.
Screens 12.15 and 12.16
Offset to start up and shutdown of astronomical clock depending on
the measurement of the light sensor. In public lighting, when there
is more light, it is interesting to turn on the lights later or to turn off
them before. So:
• Sunrise ON, enter an offset value with + sign.
• Sunset OFF, enter an offset value with – sign.
In case, it were not required both to delay the start up and/or to
bring forward the shutdown of the equipment due to a higher natural light, it is able to be entered a fix offset value (screen 10.5) of
the same value as the variable one (screens 12.15 and 12.16) but
with opposite sign.
6.3.12. «Serial number and Password» menu (Screen
13.1).
To go from main screen press the upwards key (ç) as many times
as it were needed to access to screen 13.1, where it is stated the
serial number of the equipment and it is entered the safety «Password». By means of key (â) there is access to the next screen of
this menu, being able to move from one to another with the keys
(â) or (á).
To access for restricted settings or data changing (screens with
reference (*1) stated below of themselves in figure 28), enter the
access «Password» (0500).
Screen 13.2
Firmware version of LCD panel.
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7.
Maintenance, warranty and
service.
7.3.1. Covered product.
Lighting Flow Dimmer-Stabilizer, ILUEST+ MT mode.
7.3.2. Warranty terms.
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 7.4).
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:
• All connections have been done according to chapter 4.
• Protections in the control panel (RCD and circuit breaker switch)
are in position "I" or "On".
• Input voltage in the headline contactor input terminals is correct
(check the phase to phase and phase to neutral voltages).
• "On-Off" selector of the control panel (to be installed by the user
and it will belong to him) is in "Automatic" position.
• Time scheduler of the control panel with LCD is set to OFF, so
the equipment will not start up till the time set.
If all the points checked till now are correct, the headline contactor has to be activated.
• The input voltage in the ILUEST+ MT terminals is correct
(phase to phase (1R)-(1S)-(1T) and phase to neutral (1R)-(1S)-(1T)(1N) voltages.
• Circuit breaker switches (9R) for single phase or (9R), (9S) and (9T)
for three phase, are in position "I" or "On".
• (FS1) and (FS2) fuses of each electronic unit are in good status.
7.2.2. If the equipment is on Bypass.
Check:
• It is not turned «On» «M. shutdown» in the LCD panel.
• If there is any active internal alarm (overload at the output).
7.3.
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.
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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, in our 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.
7.3.3. Out of scope of supply.
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.
7.4.
Available maintenance and service
contracts.
When the warranty is expired, and adapting to the customer’s
needs, there are 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.
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This maintenance modality covers, inside the working timetable, all
the journey expenses and manpower.
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.
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 in
case of reparation.
• Index m. It means to include all the spare parts.
7.5.
Technical Service Network.
Coverage, both national and international, from our Service and
Technical Support (S.T.S.), can be found in our Website.
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8.
8.1.
Annexes.
OPTICAL INDICATORS
Optical indicator in the control
panel with LCD
General technical specifications.
Optical indicator in each control
card BM535*/BM536*/BM542*
INPUT
Single phase 120, 220, 230,240 V
(3 wires: 1 phase + N +PE).
Voltage
Three phase 3x208, 3x220, 3x380,
3x400, 3x415 V (5 wires: 3 phases +
N +PE).
+33% / –8% U nominal.
+ 4% / –29% U saving 1.
+ 10% / –24% U saving 2.
Regulation range
Frequency
48 ÷ 63 Hz.
Protection
Single pole circuit breaker per phase /
electronics by temperature, overload,
fault and input MOV.
OUTPUT
Power
See table 6.
Single phase 120, 220, 230,240 V
(3 wires: 1 phase + N +PE).
Voltage
Three phase 3x208, 3x220, 3x380,
3x400, 3x415 V (5 wires: 3 phases +
N +PE).
Regulation accuracy
Soft start voltage
Minimum saving level
Cooling
Forced (see air flow in table 1).
Operating temperature
-40ºC to +55ºC (4% power derate for
each ºC > 45ºC)
Relative humidity
Up to 95%, non-condensing.
Operating altitude
< 2.400 m.s.n.m.
Mean Time Between Failures
(MTBF)
60.000 hours.
Mean Time To Repair (MTTR)
30 minutes.
Acoustic noise at 1 metre
< 35dBA (with typical load).
FORMATS AND PROTECTION
Indoor (T) with protection
degree IP20
Assembled in sheeted steel frame at
carbon cold, with holes to be fixed to
the floor.
Outdoors (I) with protection
degree IP54
Indoor equipment assembled inside a
case or polyester cabinet.
STANDARDIZED OPTIONS
Preset depending on the type of lamp
(selectable).
Manual Bypass, Bypass type BA1 or
BA3, Lightning arrestors.
To be installed in the equipment
SICRES telemanagement unit.
< 100 ms.
Regulation
GENERALS
Option assembled from factory
From 1 V / minute to 6 V / minute..
Response time
Active Bypass relay, triggered static
switch tap (7), analogical power supply
5 V, digital power supply 5 V, alarm,
operating mode (nominal, saving
and ramps), Bypass, TxD and RxD
communications, saving order, Bypass
order.
> ± 2%
180 V (phase to neutral). Selectable to
VM, VSAP, HM and fluorescent.
Speed ramps
Fault, Bypass, Operat. and Com..
To be installed external to the
equipment
Manual Bypass, digital I/O, GPRS
modem.
Communications of digital I/O cards BM491*
Inputs
1 for saving order.
1 for Bypass order.
5 digitals.
Independent per phase.
Phase unbalancing
100 % permissible.
Efficiency
Outputs
5 dry contacts (switched dry contacts
are supplied for each one).
Communication ports
RS485 through DB9 connector.
RS232 through RJ connector of 4 pins.
> 97 %.
Permissible overload
120 % > 1 min., 150 % for 30 sec.
Harmonic distortion
Nil.
Saving voltage selection 1 or 2
Permissible power factor
With control panel with LCD.
With Telemanagement Pack SICRES.
Communications of SICRES card
SICRES telemanagement card
From 0,5 lagging to 0,5 leading.
BYPASS
Communication interface for Ethernet
networks with TCP-IP and SNMP
protocols, GRPS modem, RTC modem.
Internal or external manual Bypass
Type
Static, with no break in the transfer
Features
Break before make type
Automatic and independent per phase.
Activation criteria
Overtemperature, overload, fault, output
fault, manual activation.
STANDARDS
Rearmament
Automatic by alarm condition
disappearing.
Quantity of retries: 5;
Time between retries: 2 min..
Electromagnetic compatibility
(EMC)
Two or Four poles cam switch of 3
positions (1-0-2).
Safety
Operating
EN-60950-1.
EN-61000-6-2; EN61000-6-3.
UNE AENOR EA 0033-2007.
Marking
COMMUNICATION
Ports
RS-232 andRS-485 (as an option)
Standard relay interface, less
with the BA1 or BA3 option
Separate relay for each control. Max.
voltage and current of the contacts 2A
250V AC or 30V DC.
Monitoring
Telemanagement pack SICRES (option).
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Environmental quality
management
CE.
ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 TÜV.
Tabla 5. General technical specifications.
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8.2.
Particular technical specifications.
MODEL
NA+ 3,5-2 T
OUTDOOR
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
INDOOR
NA+ 5-2 T
Power
(kVA)
Max. Dimensions (mm)
(Depth x Width x Height)
Control centre.
Electrical panel destined to feed, distribute, protect, etc., the
lighting installations.
Weight
(kg)
3,5
42
5
43
NA+ 7,5-2 T
7,5
NA+ 10-2 T
10
NA+ 15-2 T
15
45
245 x 350 x 380 (*)
46
50
NA+ 20-2 T
20
67
NA+ 3,5-2 I
3,5
72
5
73
NA+ 5-2 I
NA+ 7,5-2 I
7,5
NA+ 10-2 I
10
75
NA+ 15-2 I
15
80
320 x 520 x 1348
76
NA+ 20-2 I
20
105
NAT+ 7,5-4 T
7,5
60
NAT+ 10-4 T
10
80
NAT+ 15-4 T
15
81
NAT+ 20-4 T
20
NAT+ 25-4 T
25
82
245 x 350 x 800 (**)
90
NAT+ 30-4 T
30
95
NAT+ 45-4 T
45
139
NAT+ 60-4 T
60
NAT+ 80-4 T
80
NAT+ 100-4 T
100
NAT+ 7,5-4 I
7,5
94
NAT+ 10-4 I
10
116
NAT+ 15-4 I
15
117
NAT+ 20-4 I
20
NAT+ 25-4 I
25
125
NAT+ 30-4 I
30
130
NAT+ 45-4 I
45
173
NAT+ 60-4 I
60
221
NAT+ 80-4 I
80
NAT+ 100-4 I
100
355 x 350 x 1100
350 x 653 x 1070
181
204
214
320 x 520 x 1348
420 x 520 x 1348
420 x 770 x 1348
118
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(*) Option module for single phase models increases the height of the equipment into 200 mm.
(*) Option module for three phase models increases the height of the equipment into 300 mm.
Tabla 6. Dimensions and weights.
8.3.
Glossary.
Soft start.
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.
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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
In this case the electrical shock protection has to be provided
by an additional enclosure that it will be fitted in the final installation.
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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
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.
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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.
CE marking.
Certification that has to meet all the electrical equipments in Europe. Any manufacturer has its own capacity for its auto certification.
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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