Installation: Console DTU
Console DTU (Data Transfer Unit)
Installation Instructions
Overview
The TS-DTU will be installed in the dispenser when it is
used as a Remote DTU or inside the building when used
as a Console DTU. These installation instructions are to be
used for installing the TS-DTU inside the building.
When used as a Console DTU, data is received from the
Remote DTU units via power line communication. The data
is then sent to the System Console (TS-550 / 5000 / EMS)
for processing. Unlike the Remote DTU units, the Console
DTU will have no Intrinsically safe sensors connected to it.
Site Inspection
A licensed electrician should perform a site inspection
before installing any equipment. The Console DTU must
be connected to all electrical phases that supply power to
dispensers containing Remote DTUs.
Check for any electrical isolation. Isolation between the
electrical panel and the dispenser can result in poor or
no communication with the DTU. Make sure there is
not a power conditioner between the Console DTU and
dispenser power.
Installation Procedure
Tools and Supplies Needed
•
1/2 " Cord grip / strain
relief
•
Small slotted
screwdriver
•
Multimeter
•
Mounting screws
•
2 - wire shielded cable
•
14 AWG wire (one for
each phase and ground)
Step 1 – Remove System Power
Remove power from the TS-5XXX Series System Console
and do NOT return power to the System Console or to the
Console DTU until instructed to do so.
Electrical Hazard! Always disconnect power
supplies before installing or servicing the
console TS-DTU. Use proper lock-out and
tag-out procedures to ensure no power is
accidentally applied to the system. Failure to
do so could result in severe injury or death.
Step 2 – Mounting the Console DTU
Mount the Console DTU as close to the circuit breaker
panel that is suppling the dispenser(s). Remove the cover
and insert a screw (not supplied) into each of the four
corners of the enclosure. Mount the unit to the wall. You
may optionally use the supplied mounting brackets.
Step 3 – Power Connection
The Console DTU may use the same circuit breaker as
the System Console but DO NOT connect the power for
the Console DTU inside the Console enclosure. Install
a junction box or wire the Console directly to the circuit
breaker panel.
Ideally, the circuit selected for the console power will be
on the same phase as all dispensers and no further power
connections will be required. If any dispensers are on a
different phase, run wires from the L2 and L3 connections
on the Console DTU to the appropriate circuit breakers
for the required extra phases. If there is any question
about what phase some of the dispensers are on, it is
recommended to connect all three phases to the
Console DTU.
Connect the neutral for the Console DTU to the same
neutral supplying the dispensers. If there is not a clean
neutral return for the DTU then poor quality may result.
Warning: Cycling power to the Console DTU without
powering off the System Console will cause the System
Console to reboot.
Installer must use conduit for connecting the DTU on the
power connection side.
Ground
L3
L2
Neutral
L1
Figure 1: Power Connections to the Console DTU
1
Step 4 – Bus Termination Jumper Removal
The Console DTU will provide system bus termination
when installed and running. Therefore the system bus
termination currently provided by the Power Supply
Module needs to be removed. Refer to the TS-5XXX
Series Installation Guide for instructions on how to remove
a module.
Be extremely careful when removing the power supply
module so it does not rub against any other part of the
system. After it is removed from the system, locate the
system bus termination jumper JP1 and remove it (Figure 2).
High
Low
Ground
Figure 3: Console DTU BUS EXT Connection
BUS EXT
JP1
Figure 2: JP1 Location on the Power Supply Module
Re-Install the power supply module, securing it properly in
place and replace the communication bracket as required.
Step 5 – Data Connection
The Console DTU acts as an external System Console
module and therefore must be connected to the system
bus. This is made possible via the external BUS EXT
connection, located on the power supply module.
The bus connection requires 2-wire shielded cable and
FFS recommends Belden 87761. On the Console DTU,
the cable enters through the Intrinsically Safe (I.S.)
opening but is connected outside of the I.S. area, which is
not used in the Console DTU. Therefore the I.S. shield will
need to be removed and discarded. Secure the bus cable
on the Console DTU side using a cord grip.
On the System Console communications bracket, locate
the BUS EXT connector (Figure 4). The connector is
removable for convenient wiring. Refer to the following
table and make the proper BUS (HIGH, LOW, GND)
connections (Figure 3). To make the necessary
connections between the System Console and the DTU,
plug the BUS EXT connector back into the System
Console. Secure the bus cable so it is not accidentally
disconnected.
Belden Cable
Red Wire
Black Wire
Shield
2
BUS EXT
HIGH
LOW
GND
Console DTU
Connection
HIGH
LOW
GND
Figure 4: Console Side BUS EXT Connection
Step 6 – Review All Connections
Review power and data connections and make sure the
cable is attached securely. Finally replace the Console
DTU Cover.
Step 7 – Power Up
Return power to the System Console and the newly
installed Console DTU.
Related Documents
000-2146
000-2142
000-2150
000-2058 DTU Dispenser Retrofit Manual
T5 Console Programming Manual,
rev D or higher
T5 Installation Manual
VRM IOM manual rev C or higher
NOTES:
1.) THE MODEL TS-DTU/P SHALL NOT BE CONNECTED TO ANY
EQUIPMENT WHICH USES OR GENERATES GREATER THAN 250V.
2.) EACH GROUND TERMINAL SHALL BE CONNECTED TO A SUITABLE SYSTEM
EARTH GROUND. THE DC RESISTANCE BETWEEN GROUND TERMINALS AND
EARTH GROUND SHALL BE LESS THAN 1 OHM.
3.) THE MODEL TS-DTU/P WIRING SHALL BE INSTALLED
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE APPLICABLE NATIONAL OR LOCAL CODES.
CONDUCTORS OF DIFFERENT INTRINSICALLY SAFE CIRCUITS RUN
IN THE SAME CABLE/CONDUIT MUST HAVE AT LEAST
0.25mm OF INSULATION.
4.) CAPACITANCE AND INDUCTANCE OF THE FIELD WIRING FROM THE INTRINSICALLY SAFE EQUIPMENT TO THE
BARRIER SHOULD BE CALCULATED AND SHOULD BE INCLUDED IN THE SYSTEM CALCULATIONS AS SHOWN IN TABLE 1, 1A.
CABLE CAPACITANCE (Cc) PLUS INTRINSICALLY SAFE EQUIPMENT CAPACITANCE (Ci) MUST BE LESS THEN THE MARKED
CAPACITANCE (Co) SHOWN ON ANY BARRIER USED. THE SAME APPLIES FOR INDUCTANCE (Li AND Lo, RESPECTIVELY)
WHERE THE CABLE CAPACITANCE AND INDUCTANCE PER FOOT ARE NOT KNOWN,
THE FOLLOWING VALUES SHALL BE USED: Cc=60pF/ft., (200pF/M) Lc=0.2uH/ft (0.7uH/M).
5.) WIRING, CABLING AND SEALS MUST BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
NEC, CEC OR OTHER APPLICABLE NATIONAL OR LOCAL CODES.
OPTIONAL CONNECTIONS
6.) USE ONLY CABLE THAT IS SPECIFIED IN USER INSTALLATION MANUAL
OR LISTED EQUIVALENT FOR THE INSTALLATION OF LIQUID LEVEL PROBES.
POWER RATING
120-240~,0.25A
NEUTRAL
POWER L1
POWER L2
POWER L3
SAFETY GND
GND
MOUNTING HOLES
4 LOCATIONS
SEE NOTE 13
INTRINSICALLY SAFE
COMPARTMENT PROTECTED BY
SUPPLIED I.S. COVER
ONLY FOR CONNECTION TO
UL LISTED INCON TS-5XXX CONSOLES
REV
7.) USE THE FOLLOWING WIRE TYPES:
B
FOR I.S. WIRING USE 18AWG MINIMUM OIL AND GASOLINE RESISTANT TYPES, TFFN, THWN, THHN.
FOR POWER AND GROUND WIRING
POWER L1 AND NEUTRAL - USE 14 AWG OR LARGER.
POWER L2 AND L3 - USE 16 AWG OR LARGER.
SAFETY GROUND - USE 12 AWG OR LARGER.
FOR T5-5XXX WIRING SEE NEC ARTICLE 725 FOR CABLE TYPES OR USE AWM STYLE 2464 OR 2576.
8.) ONLY USE CRIMP TYPE CONNECTORS FOR ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
(DO NOT USE WIRE NUTS OR OTHER TYPE CONNECTORS).
9.) SEAL ALL FIELD WIRING CONNECTIONS FROM MOISTURE WITH EPOXY SEAL - PACKS.
10.) SEE INSTALLATION MANUAL FOR MORE DETAIL.
TS-DTU/P
CLASS I, DIV 2, GROUP D OR
NON-HAZARDOUS LOCATION
MODELS
ASSOCIATED APPARATUS
[EEx iA] IIA
ECO
REVISIONS
DESCRIPTION
FOR REVIEW
D
DWG NO.
DATE
01/22/08
UL Certified Product
~Schedule Drawing~
1
1
B
REV
APPROVED
OF
ATTENTION: No modification
permitted without approval of the
Notified Body
SHEET
000-1724
CONTROL DRAWING
TS-DTU/P
DO NOT SCALE
DRAWING
SCALE:NONE
SIZE
TITLE
TO TWO WIRE 4-20mA INTRINSICALLY SAFE APPARATUS
TO INTRINSICALLY SAFE APPARATUS
CLASS I, DIV. I, GROUP D
GROUP IIA, ZONE 0
HAZARDOUS LOCATION
11.) THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR MUST SUPPLY THE SPECIFIED WIRE,
CONDUITS AND ALL ELECTRICAL ACCESSORIES.
12.) THE ENTITY CONCEPT ALLOWS THE USER TO IDENTIFY ACCEPTABLE COMBINATIONS OF
INTRINSICALLY SAFE APPARATUS AND ASSOCIATED APPARATUS THAT HAVE NOT BEEN EXAMINED AS A
SYSTEM. EACH APPARATUS IS EXAMINED SEPARATELY BY A NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED TEST LABORATORY (NRTL) OR NOTIFIED
BODY AND ASSIGNED A SET OF PARAMETERS CALLED ENTITY PARAMETERS.
THE ENTITY PARAMETERS TS-DTU/P (ASSOCIATED APPARATUS) CAN BE FOUND
IN TABLE 1, 1A. TO DETERMINE THE Vmax (Ui), Imax (Ii), Ci, AND Li VALUES THE CONTROL DRAWING FOR THE
INTRINSICALLY SAFE APPARATUS SHALL BE USED. THE COMBINATION OF THE
INTRINSICALLY SAFE APPARATUS AND ASSOCIATED APPARTUS MUST COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING:
Uo (Voc) </= Ui (Vmax)
Io (Isc) ,</= Ii
(Imax)
Po </= Pi (Pmax)
Co (Ca) >/= Ci + Ccable
Lo (La) >/= Li + Lcable.
(SEE NOTE 4).
+(RED)
-(BLK)
SHLD
13.) USE MOUNTING HOLES TO SECURE TS-DTU/P TO WALL OR MOUNTING BRACKET (SUPPLIED).
BLK VFM-
TABLE 1A - ENTITY PARAMETERS PROBE INPUT
RED VFM+
+
-
TERMINAL
Uo/Voc Io/Isc Co/Ca Lo/La Po
RED VFM+ , BLK VFM28.35Vdc0.1575 A1.04uF 1.4 mH 1.1W
VPS-
VPS+
TERMINAL
Uo/Voc Io/Isc Co/Ca Lo/La Po
VPS +, VPS 26.25Vdc0.0982A 1.25uF 20 mH 0.64W
TABLE 1 - ENTITY PARAMETERS 4-20mA INPUT
8/23/07
DATE
THIRD ANGLE
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES
DECIMALS:.XX ± .01
.XXX ± .005
ANGULAR: ± 0°30'
FRACTIONAL:± 1/64
CHECKED
J. Gillis
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