Lighting Control

Products Guide

Lighting Control

Schneider Electric USA

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Document Number 1200CT0701R11/12 April 2013

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Contents

Occupancy Sensors

• Introduction ....................................................2

• Wall Switch Occupancy Sensors ....................3

• Sensor Accessories ........................................8

• Ceiling Mounted Occupancy Sensors .............9

• Wall Mounted Occupancy Sensors ...............11

• Power Pack and Auxiliary Relays ..................12

• Ceiling Mounted Line Voltage Sensors ..........13

• High Bay Occupancy Sensor. .......................14

• Occupancy Controller ...................................16

• Low Voltage Switches ..................................17

• Technical Section .........................................18

Emergency Lighting Control Devices

• Introduction ..................................................28

• Devices ........................................................29

• Technical Section .........................................32

Emergency Lighting Control Panels

• Introduction .................................................. 36

• Emergency Lighting Panels .......................... 37

• Emergency Lighting Panelboards ................. 38

• Technical Section ......................................... 39

Current-Limiting Panels

Introduction ..................................................42

Current-limiting Panels .................................43

Relay Panels

• Introduction .................................................. 46

• LPS Relay Panels ......................................... 47

• Relay Switches ............................................. 48

• LPB Relay Panels ......................................... 49

• LPL Relay Panels ......................................... 50

• Technical Section ......................................... 51

Architectural Dimming

• Introduction ..................................................58

• inTouch Control Stations ...............................59

• Wall-Mounted Dimming Systems ..................60

• Rack-Mounted Dimming Systems ................61

• Technical Section .........................................63

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Measurement & Verification

Panels (MVP)

• Introduction ..................................................66

• NF MVP Panel ..............................................67

• NQ MVP Panel .............................................67

• Powerlink MVP Panel ...................................68

• Technical Section .........................................69

Powerlink Lighting Control

• Introduction ..................................................72

• G3 Panelboards ...........................................73

• NF Panelboards ...........................................74

• G3 Remotely-operated Circuit Breakers .......75

• G3 Control Bus ............................................77

• Power Supply ...............................................78

• Controllers ....................................................79

• Remote Source Controller ............................81

• Remote Mount Controller .............................82

• LCS Advanced and LCS Basic software .......83

• Accessories ..................................................85

• Device Power Supply ...................................86

• Device Router ...............................................87

• Technical Section .........................................88

C-Bus Lighting Control

• Introduction ..................................................94

• Keypads .......................................................95

• Touch Screens .............................................98

• Wiser Home Controller ...............................100

• System Units ..............................................101

• Input Units ..................................................108

• Sensors ......................................................112

• Output Units ...............................................118

• Occupancy Controller .................................127

• Area Lighting Panels ...................................128

• C-Bus Enclosures ......................................129

• Remote Controls ........................................133

• IR Accessories ...........................................134

• Schedule Plus Software ..............................135

• Technical Section .......................................137

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Occupancy Sensors

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OCCupanCy SenSOrS

Occupancy Sensors

Schneider Electric helps building owners achieve energy savings and energy code compliance with sensors that are easy to select, install and commission. Employing passive infrared (PIR), ultrasonic and dual technology to accurately detect occupancy and control lighting loads, occupancy sensors automatically shut-off lighting in unoccupied areas — eliminating waste, reducing energy costs and meeting code requirements. Schneider

Electric innovations help building owners not only comply with energy codes, but they also maximize energy savings.

• Adaptive Technology: This technology employs advanced algorithms to achieve convenient energy savings and reduced lamp and ballast maintenance.

• Integral light level sensors maximize energy savings in day-lit areas by holding off artificial lighting when adequate natural light is available.

• Walk-through mode detects brief periods of occupancy in private offices, allowing the sensor to shut-off lighting with less time delay.

• Lamp saver mode alternates the A- and

B-loads in rooms using 50/50 bi-level lighting control to maximize lamp life and reduce maintenance.

• Isolated relays may be used to communicate with other control systems, such as building automation and energy management systems that control other building systems, like

HVAC and lighting, to further maximize energy savings.

Schneider Electric makes lighting control easy with a full line of versatile occupancy sensors.

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OCCupanCy SenSOrS Wall SWitch Occupancy SenSOrS

Wall Switch

Occupancy Sensor auto/Manual On

Schneider Electric Wall Switch Occupancy Sensors employ the latest passive infrared (PIR) technology to automatically control lighting in offices, private restrooms and employee break rooms.

Each Sensor employs a special 180° multi-segmented lens and PIR motion detector circuit to detect motion.

This unit will automatically switch the lights off after a preset delay if no motion is detected.

Schneider Electric Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor fits in place of existing wall switches, connecting to existing active line and ground wiring similar to a typical wall switch. No neutral or minimum load is required.

To assure long relay life, Schneider Electric has developed a low energy switch circuit to assure maximum contact life. These sensors are compatible with electronic and magnetic ballast loads, and require no minimum load.

For maximum energy savings, the Schneider Electric Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor with Manual-On requires the user to switch on lighting manually by pressing the button on the front. Employing a special 180° multi-segmented lens and PIR motion sensor, the sensor reliably detects occupancy to keep lights on while the room is occupied.

Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor technical information

Input

Output

Operating Temperature

Humidity

Standard

120 or 277 Vac 60 Hz

120 Vac

1000 W max. incandescent load

1000 VA max. ballast load

¼ hp max. motor load

32° F – 122° F (0° C – 50° C)

0 – 90% max. relative humidity non-condensing

UL and cUL Listed

FCC Part 15 Home and Office Use (Class B)

Title 24 Certified

*For Diagram see technical section page 18

277 Vac

1800 VA max. ballast load

Catalog Number

SLSPWS1277AI

SLSPWS1277AW

SLSPWS1277AL

SLSPWS1277MW

SLSPWS1277MI

SLSPWS1277ML

Description

Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor (ivory)

Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor (white)

Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor (light Almond)

Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor With Manual On (white)

Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor With Manual On (ivory)

Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor with Manual On (light Almond) product Features

• Available in white, ivory and light almond with matching decorator wall plate cover

• Auto On/Auto Off

• Manual bypass

120 or 277 Vac input

(no neutral required)

No power pack required

• No minimum load

• 180° field of view

(Up to 1000 sq. ft.)

User adjustable time delay from 15 second –

30 minutes

Red LED motion indicator blinks to indicate motion detection

• Suitable for use on all electronic and magnetic ballasts

Furnished with (3) x 6 inch external wires (pig tails)

• UL

®

and cUL Listed

Five-year warranty

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OCCupanCy SenSOrS Wall SWitch Occupancy SenSOrS

Wall Switch

residential Wall Switch Vacancy Sensor

The Schneider Electric Residential Wall Switch Vacancy Sensor directly replaces standard light switches in bathrooms, garages, laundry rooms and utility rooms in accordance with Title 24 requirements for residential lighting.

The Vacancy Sensor operates just like a standard light switch, requiring a button press to turn lights on.

Lights may be turned off with a button press or the sensor will turn off lighting automatically when the area is unoccupied Employing passive infrared (PIR) technology, the sensor reliably detects when the area has been vacated then turns off the lighting automatically after a fixed time delay of 30 minutes.

The Vacancy Sensor features a ‘grace period’. If the sensor should happen to turn off lighting while the area is occupied, the sensor will monitor the area, and turn lighting back on automatically if motion is detected within

30 seconds of the initial shutoff. Great for retrofits, the Vacancy Sensor fits in existing wall boxes using existing wiring and requires no adjustment.

technical information

Input

Output

120 Vac ±10% 60 Hz

120 Vac

• 1000 W max. incandescent load

• 1000 VA max. ballast load

• ¼ hp max. motor load

Operating Environment

Humidity

32° F – 122° F (0° C – 50° C)

0 – 90% max. relative humidity non-condensing

Standards

UL and cUL Listed

FCC Part 15, Home and Office Use (Class B)

Title 24 Certified

*For Diagram see technical section page 18

Catalog Number

SLSPWS120VW

SLSPWS120VI

SLSPWS120VL

Description

White

Ivory

Light Almond

Residential Wall Switch

Vacancy Sensor, Light Almond product Features

• No user time delay and sensitivity adjustments necessary

Available in white, ivory, and light almond

• Furnished with cover plate

Manual On/Manual Off or

Automatic Off operation

• No neutral or minimum load required

Rated for both 120 V incandescent and fluorescent lighting

• Title 24 2005 Residential

Lighting requirements,

Sec. 150(k)

No override on

• Manual-on only

(no auto-on mode)

30 minute time delay

180° motion detection up to 300 sq. ft. (minor motion)

30 second grace period

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OCCupanCy SenSOrS Wall SWitch Occupancy SenSOrS

Commercial Grade Occupancy Sensor

pir Single and Dual circuit Wall Switch

Schneider Electric Single Circuit PIR Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor with Light

Level features passive infrared (PIR) technology to conveniently control lighting in offices, private bathrooms, utility rooms and employee break rooms. Low profile sensor available in white, ivory, gray, light almond and black with color-matched segmented lens to meet any décor need.

Adaptive Technology:

New technology employs advanced algorithms to achieve convenient energy savings and reduced lamp and ballast maintenance.

Walk-Through Mode:

To maximize energy savings, the sensor detects when areas are briefly occupied as a result of a person walking through and turns off lighting based on a shorter time delay.

Light Level Sensor Mode:

Each sensor includes an adjustable light level sensor to hold off artificial lighting when adequate natural light is present. When natural light levels drop below the threshold, the sensor will turn on artificial lighting in occupied spaces.

Lamp Saver Mode:

(Dual Circuit Wall Switch) When the lamp saver feature is enabled, the sensor automatically alternates which circuit responds to motion.

The result is more predictable lamp life and reduced maintenance.

Single Circuit Wall Switch

Occupancy Sensor

The dual circuit sensor easily replaces two wall switches using existing wiring with no wiring modifications required. Optional 2-gang wall switch cover plates available in matching colors. These sensors do not require a neutral connection or minimum load, making it great for retrofits. Easily replaces an existing wall switch using existing wiring – no wiring modifications required. Matching wall switch cover plate makes retrofits clean and simple.

Dual Circuit Wall Switch

Occupancy Sensor technical information

Input

Output

120 – 277 Vac ±10% 50/60 Hz

120 Vac

1000 W max. tungsten incandescent load

¼ hp max. motor load 277 Vac

1000 VA max. ballast load

Operating Temperature 32° F – 122° F (0° C – 50° C)

0 – 90% max. relative humidity non-condensing Humidity

Time Delay Adjustment

Normal

Walk Through Mode

Test Mode

0.5 – 30 minutes

2 minutes if no activity is detected after 30 seconds

15 seconds

Light Level adjustment

Detection

Audible Alert

Service Switch

Manual Operation

Lens

Relay Switching

Standard

0.5 – 250 FC

180° passive infrared (PIR)

Selectable

OFF/Auto/ON

Push-button ON/OFF

Impact Resistant

0° ± 500 uS

277 Vac

1800 VA max. ballast load

UL and cUL Listed, FCC Part 15/Home and Office Use (Class B), Title 24 Certified

*For Diagram see technical section page 18

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Catalog Number

SLSPWS1277UW

SLSPWS1277UI

SLSPWS1277UG

SLSPWS1277UL

SLSPWS1277UB

Catalog Number

SLSPWD1277UW

SLSPWD1277UI

SLSPWD1277UG

SLSPWD1277UL

SLSPWD1277UB

Description

White

Ivory

Gray

Light Almond

Black

Description

White

Ivory

Gray

Light Almond

Black

Blank Catalog Number Toggle Catalog Number Description

SLSWP2DBW SLSWP2DTW White

SLSWP2DBI

SLSWP2DBG

SLSWP2DBL

SLSWP2DBB

SLSWP2DTI

SLSWP2DTG

SLSWP2DTL

SLSWP2DTB

Ivory

Gray

Light Almond

Black

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Available in white, ivory, gray, light almond and black with matching wall switch cover plate

Color matching multisegmented lens

Selectable auto-on and manual-on modes

• 120

277 Vac 50/60 Hz input

180° field of view

1000 sq. ft. major motion and 300 sq. ft. minor motion coverage area

Light level sensor

Walk-through mode

Adjustable light level, time delay and sensitivity

Red LED motion indicator

For use with electronic and magnetic ballasts

• No neutral connection, minimum load or power pack required

UL and cUL Listed for United States and

Canada

Five-year warranty

OCCupanCy SenSOrS Wall SWitch Occupancy SenSOrS

Commercial Grade Occupancy Sensor

ultrasonic Single and Dual circuit Wall Switch

Schneider Electric Single Circuit PIR Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor with Light Level features passive infrared (PIR) technology to conveniently control lighting.

Dual Circuit Wall Switch Occupancy Sensors independently control two lighting circuits with bi-level switching to reduce lighting by 50% which may be required by energy codes. The dual circuit wall switch occupancy sensor employs passive infrared (PIR) technology and a 180 degree segmented lens to achieve minor motion coverage up to 300 square feet (27.87 sq. meters).

Adaptive Technology:

New patent pending technology employs advanced algorithms to achieve convenient energy savings and reduced lamp and ballast maintenance

Walk-Through Mode:

To maximize energy savings and reduce waste, the sensor detects when areas are briefly occupied as a result of an occupant walking through and turns off lighting based on a shorter time delay.

Light Level Sensor Mode:

Each sensor includes an adjustable light level sensor to hold off artificial lighting when adequate natural light is present. When natural light levels drop below the threshold, the sensor will turn on artificial lighting in occupied spaces.

Single Circuit Wall Switch

Occupancy Sensor

Lamp Saver Mode:

(Dual Circuit wall switch) when the lamp saver feature is enabled, the sensor automatically alternates which circuit responds to motion. The result is more predictable lamp life and reduced maintenance.

These sensors do not require a neutral connection or minimum load, making it great for retrofits. Easily replaces an existing wall switch using existing wiring – no wiring modifications required. Matching wall switch cover plate makes retrofits clean and simple.

Dual Circuit Wall Switch

Occupancy Sensor technical information

Input

Output

120 – 277 Vac ±10% 50/60 Hz

120 Vac 277 Vac

1000 W max. tungsten incandescent load

¼ hp max. motor load 277 Vac

1000 VA max. ballast load

Operating Temperature 32° F – 122° F (0° C – 50° C)

Humidity 0 – 90% max. relative humidity non-condensing

Time Delay Adjustment

Normal

Walk Through Mode

Test Mode

Light Level adjustment

Detection

Audible Alert

Service Switch

0.5 – 30 minutes

2 minutes if no activity is detected after 30 seconds

15 seconds

0.5 – 250 FC

180° passive infrared (PIR)

Selectable

Manual Operation

Lens

Relay Switching

Standard

1800 VA max. ballast load

OFF/Auto/ON

Push-button ON/OFF

Impact Resistant

0° ±500 uS

UL and cUL Listed, FCC Part 15/Home and Office Use (Class B), Title 24 Certified

*For Diagram see technical section page 19

Catalog Number

SLSUWS1277UW

SLSUWS1277UI

SLSUWS1277UG

SLSUWS1277UL

SLSUWS1277UB

Catalog Number

SLSUWD1277UW

SLSUWD1277UI

SLSUWD1277UG

SLSUWD1277UL

SLSUWD1277UB

Description

White

Ivory

Gray

Light Almond

Black

Description

White

Ivory

Gray

Light Almond

Black

Blank Catalog

Number

SLSWP2DBW

SLSWP2DBI

SLSWP2DBG

SLSWP2DBL

SLSWP2DBB

Toggle Catalog

Number

SLSWP2DTW

SLSWP2DTI

SLSWP2DTG

SLSWP2DTL

SLSWP2DTB

Description

White

Ivory

Gray

Light Almond

Black

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Available in white, ivory, gray, light almond and black with matching wall switch cover plate

Color matching multisegmented lens

Selectable auto-on and manual-on modes

120

277 Vac

50/60 Hz input

180° field of view

• 1000 sq. ft. major motion and 300 sq. ft. minor motion coverage area

Light level sensor

Adjustable light level, time delay and sensitivity

Red LED motion indicator

For use with electronic and magnetic ballasts

No neutral connection, minimum load or power pack required

UL and cUL Listed for United States and

Canada

Five-year warranty

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OCCupanCy SenSOrS Wall SWitch Occupancy SenSOrS

Commercial Grade Occupancy Sensor

Dual technology Single and Dual circuit Wall Switch

Schneider Electric Single Circuit PIR Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor with Light Level features passive infrared (PIR) technology to conveniently control lighting.

Dual Circuit Wall Switch Occupancy Sensors independently control two lighting circuits with bi-level switching to reduce lighting by 50% which may be required by energy codes. The dual circuit wall switch occupancy sensor employs passive infrared (PIR) technology and a 180 degree segmented lens to achieve minor motion coverage up to

300 square feet (27.87 sq. meters).

Adaptive Technology:

New patent pending technology employs advanced algorithms to achieve convenient energy savings and reduced lamp and ballast maintenance.

Walk-Through Mode:

To maximize energy savings, the sensor detects when areas are briefly occupied as a result of a person walking through and turns off lighting based on a shorter time delay.

Light Level Sensor Mode:

Each sensor includes an adjustable light level sensor to hold off artificial lighting when adequate natural light is present. When natural light levels drop below the threshold, the sensor will turn on artificial lighting in occupied spaces.

Single Circuit Wall Switch

Occupancy Sensor

Lamp Saver Mode:

(Dual Circuit sensor) When the lamp saver feature is enabled, the sensor automatically alternates which circuit responds to motion. The result is more predictable lamp life and reduced maintenance.

The sensor does not require a neutral connection or minimum load, making it great for retrofits. Easily replaces an existing wall switch using existing wiring – no wiring modifications required. Matching wall switch cover plate makes retrofits clean and simple.

Dual Circuit Wall Switch

Occupancy Sensor technical information

Input

Output

120 – 277 Vac ±10% 50/60 Hz

120 Vac 277 Vac

Time Delay Adjustment

Normal

Walk Through Mode

Test Mode

1000 W max. tungsten incandescent load

¼ hp max. motor load 277 Vac

1000 VA max. ballast load

Operating Temperature 32° F – 122° F (0° C – 50° C)

Humidity 0 – 90% max. relative humidity non-condensing

0.5 – 30 minutes

2 minutes if no activity is detected after 30 seconds

15 seconds

Light Level adjustment

Detection

Audible Alert

Service Switch

0.5 – 250 FC

180° passive infrared (PIR)

Selectable

OFF/Auto/ON

Manual Operation

Lens

Relay Switching

Standards

1800 VA max. ballast load

Push-button ON/OFF

Impact Resistant

0° ±500 uS

UL and cUL Listed, FCC Part 15/Home and Office Use (Class B), Title 24 Certified

*For Diagram see technical section page 19

Catalog Number

SLSDWS1277UW

SLSDWS1277UI

SLSDWS1277UG

SLSDWS1277UL

SLSDWS1277UB

Catalog Number

SLSDWD1277UW

SLSDWD1277UI

7

SLSDWD1277UG

SLSDWD1277UL

SLSDWD1277UB

Description

White

Ivory

Gray

Light Almond

Black

Description

White

Ivory

Gray

Light Almond

Black

Blank Catalog

Number

SLSWP2DBW

SLSWP2DBI

SLSWP2DBG

SLSWP2DBL

SLSWP2DBB

Toggle Catalog

Number

SLSWP2DTW

SLSWP2DTI

SLSWP2DTG

SLSWP2DTL

SLSWP2DTB

Description

White

Ivory

Gray

Light Almond

Black

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Available in white, ivory, gray, light almond and black with matching wall switch cover plate

Color matching multisegmented lens

Selectable auto-on and manual-on modes

• 120 – 277 Vac 50/60 Hz input

180° field of view

1000 sq. ft. major motion and 300 sq. ft. minor motion coverage area

Light level sensor

Walk-through mode

Adjustable light level, time delay and sensitivity

Red LED motion indicator

For use with electronic and magnetic ballasts

• No neutral connection, minimum load or power pack required

UL and cUL Listed for United States and

Canada

Five-year warranty

OCCupanCy SenSOrS acceSSOrieS

Sensor accessories

Blank Button covers, Wall plate toggle opening and Wall plate Decorator and ceiling sensor replacement kit

Button Covers for Commercial grade Single Circuit Sensors

Catalog Number

SLSBCB

SLSBCG

SLSBCI

SLSBCL

SLSBCW

Description

Button Cover Black

Button Cover Gray

Button Cover Ivory

Button Cover Light Almond

Button Cover White

2 Gang Wall plate, One Decorator opening and One Blank side.

Catalog Number

SLSWP2DBB

SLSWP2DBG

SLSWP2DBI

SLSWP2DBL

SLSWP2DBW

Description

2 Gang Cover, with One Decorator opening Black

2 Gang Cover, with One Decorator opening Gray

2 Gang Cover, with One Decorator opening Ivory

2 Gang Cover, with One Decorator opening Light Almond

2 Gang Cover, with One Decorator opening White

2 Gang Wall plate, One Toggle Switch opening and One Blank side.

Catalog Number

SLSWP2DTB

SLSWP2DTG

SLSWP2DTI

SLSWP2DTL

SLSWP2DTW

Description

2 Gang Cover, with One Toggle switch opening Black

2 Gang Cover, with One Toggle switch opening Gray

2 Gang Cover, with One Toggle switch opening Ivory

2 Gang Cover, with One Toggle switch opening Light Almond

2 Gang Cover, with One Toggle switch opening White

Replacement Kits

Catalog Number

SLSCRK

Description

Ceiling Sensor Replacement Parts Kit

Button Covers

(SLSBCB, SLSBCG, SLSBCI,

SLSBCL, and SLSBCW)

2 Gang Wall plate

(SLSWP2DBB)

2 Gang Wall plate

(SLSWP2DBG)

2 Gang Wall plate

(SLSWP2DBI)

2 Gang Wall plate

(SLSWP2DBL)

2 Gang Wall plate

(SLSWP2DBW)

2 Gang Wall plate

(SLSWP2DTB)

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OCCupanCy SenSOrS ceiling MOunteD Occupancy SenSOrS

Ceiling Mounted Occupancy Sensor

pir/ultrasonic/Dual technology

Ceiling Mounted Passive Infrared (PIR), Ultrasonic and Dual Techology Occupancy

Sensors accurately detect occupancy and automatically switches lighting on and off as needed. This low profile sensor is ceiling mounted for superior motion detection.

PIR:

360 degree field of view and up to 1000 square feet (92.90 sq. meters) of coverage area.

Ultrasonic:

360 degree field of view and up to 2000 square feet (185.8 sq. meters) of coverage area.

Dual Technology:

Incorporates both Passive Infrared and Ultrasonic technology with a 360 degree field of view and up to 2000 square feet (185.8 sq. meters) of coverage area.

Ceiling mount sensors also incorporate an integral light level sensor to prevent lighting from switching On when sufficient ambient light is present, such as is commonly found in windowed areas.

Installation and configuration is simple. The sensor readily mounts to drop ceilings and features front located adjustments for setting sensitivity and time delay. Features an isolated relay for use with building automation, security and HVAC systems.

Ceiling Mounted Occupancy

Sensor PIR

Ceiling Mounted Occupancy

Sensor Ultrasonic

Dual Circuit Wall Switch

Occupancy Sensor technical information

Current Consumption

@ 24 Vdc

Supply Voltage

Isolated Relay

Operating Temperature

Max. Humidity

Standards

21 mA Nominal (PIR), 34 mA Nominal (Ultrasonic), 37 mA Nominal (Dual Technology)

24 Vdc

1 A @ 24 Vdc Resistive

32° F – 122° F (0° C – 50° C)

0 – 90% max. relative humidity non-condensing

UL and cUL Listed, FCC Part 15/Home and Office Use (Class B), Title 24 Certified

*For Diagram see technical section page 19 and 20

Catalog Number

SLSCPS1000

SLSCUS2000

SLSCDS2000

SLSPP1277

SLSSP24

Description

Ceiling Mounted PIR Occupancy Sensor

Ceiling Mounted Ultrasonic Occupancy Sensor

Ceiling Mounted Dual Technology Occupancy Sensor

Power Pack (required)

Auxiliary Relay (optional) product Features

24 Vac for use with BAS systems

360 degree field of view

• Light Level Sensing (from

0.5 to 250 foot-candles)

Adjustable Time Delay

(pre-set time delays from 15 seconds (test) to 30 minutes)

Adjustable Sensitivity

(from 60 to 100%)

Isolated Relay (1 A at

24 Vdc NO and NC

Form C Relay)

Red LED Motion Indicator

Adjustment compartment cover equipped with retention clip

UL/cUL Listed

Manual Bypass

Five-year warranty

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OCCupanCy SenSOrS ceiling MOunteD Occupancy SenSOrS

180 Degree Ceiling-Mounted Occupancy Sensor

ultrasonic/Dual technology

The 180 Degree Ceiling-Mounted Occupancy Sensors are ideal for use in business and office settings to accurately detect occupancy and automatically control lighting.

The ceiling-mount design of these low-profile sensors allows the greatest possible motion sensitivity. An adjustment panel is conveniently located on the front of the sensor, providing ready access to setting controls after the sensor is installed. These occupancy sensors are available in the ultrasonic and dual technology models. The dual technology model employs passive infrared (PIR) and ultrasonic technology.

180 Degree Ultrasonic

Occupancy Sensor

180 Degree Dual Technology

Occupancy Sensor technical information

Ultrasonic

Current Consumption

@ 24 Vdc**

Isolated relay

Operating Temperature

Humidity

Standards

Active: 30 mA

Contact rating: 1 A @24 Vdc Resistive

32° F to 122° F (0° C to 50° C)

0 – 90% max. relative humidity non-condensing

UL and cUL Listed

FCC Part 15

Home and Office Use (Class B)

California Title 24 Certified

*For Diagram see technical section page 20 and 21

**Control power must be provided by the Power Pack SLSPP1277 or an approved equivalent.

Dual

Active: 33 mA

Catalog Number

SLSCUS800

SLSCDS800

SLSPP1277

SLSSP24

Description

180 Degree Ultrasonic sensor

180 Degree Dual Technology Sensor

Power Pack (required)

Auxiliary Relay (optional) product Features

1000 sq. ft. coverage area

180° field of view

New patent pending adaptive technology employs advanced algorithms to achieve convenient energy savings and reduce lamp and ballast maintenance.

Ambient light level sensing from 0.5 to

250 foot-candles

Adjustable time delay from 15 sec. to 30 min.

Adjustable sensitivity from 600 to 1000 sq. ft.

(10-100% of maximum coverage)

Isolated relay (Form C contacts for Class 2 signalling)

LED motion indicators

(ultrasonic = 1 red, dual technology = 1 red,

1 green)

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OCCupanCy SenSOrS Wall MOunteD Occupancy SenSOrS

Wall Mounted Occupancy Sensor

pir/ultrasonic/Dual technology

Schneider Electric Wall Mounted Sensors accurately detects occupancy and automatically switches lighting on and off as needed. This sensor is wall or ceiling mounted for superior motion detection.

The PIR Occupancy Sensor includes 3 interchangeable lenses for custom coverage patterns. The Wide Angle lens has a 2500 square foot coverage area when the sensor is mounted 8 feet high, the Long Range lens has a 102 linear foot coverage area @ 10 ft. high and the High Bay lens has a 54 linear foot coverage area @ 30 ft. high. With a 110 degree field of view.

With 1000 square feet of coverage area, the Schneider Electric PIR Wall Mounted

Ultrasonic Occupancy Sensor is ideal for storage rooms, hallways, bathrooms, conference rooms, classrooms and open office areas.

To reduce the occurrence of false on events, the Dual Technology Sensor employs

PIR technology to detect major motion. Once lighting has been turned on, it employs

Wall Mounted Occupancy

Sensor PIR highly sensitive PIR and ultrasonic technology to detect minor motion and keep lighting on while areas remain occupied. When the room or area is no longer occupied, the sensor turns off lighting after a pre-set time delay. The low profile sensor is wall mounted for greatest sensitivity to motion in large areas with obstructions. With a 110 degree field of view and up to 2500 square feet of coverage area when mounted at 8 ft. off the ground, the Wall Mounted Dual Technology Occupancy Sensor is ideal for conference rooms, classrooms, bathrooms, and large office areas.

Wall mount sensors also incorporate an integral light level sensor to prevent lighting from switching On when sufficient ambient light is present, such as is commonly found in windowed areas.

Installation and configuration is simple. The sensor readily mounts to walls as well as drop ceilings and features front located adjustments for setting sensitivity and time delay. Features an isolated relay for use with building automation, security and HVAC systems.

Wall Mounted Occupancy

Sensor Ultrasonic

Wall Mounted Occupancy

Sensor Dual Technology technical information

Current Consumption

@ 24 Vdc

Supply Voltage

Isolated Relay

Operating Temperature

Max. Humidity

Standards

21 mA Nominal (PIR), 34 mA Nominal (Ultrasonic), 37 mA Nominal (Dual Technology)

24 Vdc

1 A @ 24 Vdc Resistive

32° F – 122° F (0° C – 50° C)

0 – 90% max. relative humidity non-condensing

UL and cUL Listed, FCC Part 15/Home and Office Use (Class B), Title 24 Certified

*For Diagram see technical section page 21 and 22

Catalog Number

SLSWPS1500

SLSWUS1500

SLSWDS1500

SLSPP1277

SLSSP24

Description

Wall Mounted Occupancy Sensor PIR

Wall Mounted Occupancy Sensor Ultrasonic

Wall Mounted Occupancy Sensor Dual Technology

Power Pack (required)

Auxiliary Relay product Features

Interchangeable lenses for custom coverage pattern (PIR)

• 110 degree field of view

• Light Level Sensing (from

0.5 to 250 foot-candles)

Adjustable Time Delay

(pre-set time delays from

15 seconds to 30 minutes)

Adjustable Sensitivity

(from 60 to 100%)

Isolated Relay

Red LED Motion Indicator

(PIR/Ultrasonic)

Red and Green LED

Motion indicator

(Dual Technology)

• Front located adjustment access cover

UL/cUL Listed

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OCCupanCy SenSOrS pOWer pack anD auxiliary relay

power pack and auxiliary relay

120V, 277V and 347V

The Power Pack supplies low voltage power to Schneider Electric ceiling and wall mounted occupancy sensors, and employs a heavy duty 20A relay to switch lighting and HVAC loads based on a control signal received from the occupancy sensor.

The power pack employs a micro-controller that switches loads at minimum voltage, protecting relay contacts from high in-rush current common when switching electronic ballasts. This switching method reduces the stress across the relay contacts, preventing arc-over and assuring long reliable contact life.

Similar to the power pack, the auxiliary relay does not supply power, but switches lighting and HVAC loads based on a control signal from the occupancy sensor.

Both the power pack and auxiliary relay are housed in a rugged plenum rated enclosure. Flexible mounting scheme allows for installation inside or outside a standard 4 x 4 inch junction box.

Power Pack technical information (120V, 277V)

Storage Temp

Operating Temperature

Max. Humidity

Input

Output

Max Load Ratings

Tungsten

Ballast

AC Motor

Dimensions

*For Diagram see technical section page 22

Power Pack

-20° F to 150° F (-29° C to 65° C)

32° F to 104° F (0° C to 40° C)

0 – 90% max. relative humidity non-condensing

Auxiliary Relay

-20° F to 150° F (-29° C to 65° C)

32° F to 104° F (0° C to 40° C)

0 – 90% max. relative humidity non-condensing

120 or 277 Vac/60 Hz

24 Vdc/100 mA Nominal

120 Vac/60 Hz

15 A/1800 W

277 Vac/60 Hz

15 A/1800 W

24 Vdc/36 mA

No Power Supply

120 Vac/60 Hz

15 A/1800 W

20 A 20 A

1 HP at 120 Vac/No HP rating at 277 Vac

20 A

3 in. (76 mm) tall x 2.25 in. (57 mm) wide x 1.75 in. ( 44 mm) deep

277 Vac/60 Hz

15 A/1800 W

20 A technical information (347V)

Storage Temp

Operating Temperature

Max. Humidity

Input

Output

Max Load Ratings

Ballast

Dimensions

Standards

Power Pack

-20° F to 150° F (-29° C to 65° C)

Auxiliary Relay

-20° F to 150° F (-29° C to 65° C)

32° F to 104° F (0° C to 40° C)

0 – 90% max. relative humidity non-condensing

347 Vac/60 Hz

24 Vdc/150 mA Max.

32° F to 104° F (0° C to 40° C)

0 – 90% max. relative humidity non-condensing

347 Vac/60 Hz

No Power Supply

347 Vac/60 Hz

15 A ballast, 5200 Watts

347 Vac/60 Hz 347 Vac/60 Hz 347 Vac/60 Hz

3 in. tall X 2.25 in. wide X 1.75 in. deep [76 mm tall X 57 mm wide X 44 mm deep]

UL and cUL Listed

FCC: Part 15, Home and Office Use Class B

*For Diagram see technical section page 22

Catalog Number

SLSPP1277

SLSSP24

SLSPP1347

SLSSP24347

Description

Occupancy Sensor Power Pack 120 – 277 Vac

Occupancy Sensor Auxiliary Relay 120 – 277 Vac

Occupancy Sensor Power Pack 347 Vac

Occupancy Sensor Auxiliary Relay 347 Vac product Features

• 120 V, 277 V and

347 V Input

Plenum Rated

Flexible Mounting Options

UL and cUL Listed

• FCC Part 15, Class B

Heavy duty relay rated to switch electronic ballast loads

• External color coded leads for quick installation

Mounts to a standard

4 in. (101 mm) x 4 in.

(101 mm) junction box using a ½ in. (12.7 mm) threaded EMT nipple

UL/cUL Listed

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OCCupanCy SenSOrS ceiling MOunteD Occupancy SenSOrS

Ceiling Mounted Line Voltage Occupancy Sensors

pir/ultrasonic/Dual technology

The Ceiling Mounted 360° Line Voltage Occupancy Sensor line from Schneider Electric, are Class 1 devices designed to operate with indoor lighting fixtures performing the switching of electrical loads in response to a control signal from the detection circuitry of the device. The occupancy sensors easily mount to a standard 3.5 in. (89mm) octagonal electrical box as well as a 4 in. (10.2 cm) square (1900 type) electrical box with mud ring. The power section of the sensor fits into the electrical box. The occupancy sensors operate from 120 Vac to 347 Vac at 60 HZ.

Ceiling Mounted Line Voltage

Occupancy Sensor PIR

Ceiling Mounted Line Voltage

Occupancy Sensor Ultrasonic technical information

Operating Range VAC

Frequency

Operating Temperature

Humidity

Standards

120 Vac: 1000 W Max ballast load, or 1000 W Tungsten, or ¼ Hp motor

230 Vac: 1500 W Max ballast load

277 Vac: 1800 W Max ballast load

347 Vac: 1500 W Max ballast load

120 Vac: 60 Hz

230 Vac, 277 Vac, 347 Vac: 50 Hz or 60 Hz

32 °F to 122 °F (0 °C to 50 °C)

0 – 90% max. relative humidity non-condensing

UL and cUL Listed

FCC Part 15, Home and Office Use (Class B)

California Title 24 Certified

*For Diagram see technical section page 23 and 24

Dual Circuit Ceiling Mounted

Line Voltage Occupancy Sensor

Catalog Number

SLSCLP1000

SLSCLU2000

SLSCLD2000

Description

Passive Infrared (PIR) Occupancy Sensors

Ultrasonic (US) Occupancy Sensors

Dual Technology (DT) Occupancy Sensors product Features

All Models:

• Adjustable sensitivity

Manual or Automatic Light level feature for daylight harvesting

Delay-off timer setting control — factory set to 18 min. for max energy vs lamp life

“Adaptive Timing” modifies time-out value based on occupancy activities

Time delay Test mode for sensor placement testing

Low current consumption circuit design

• “Walk through mode” for sensors used in hallways and corridors

PIR/Dual Technology:

• Interchangeable 500 or 1000 sq. ft. lenses

• “Adaptive PIR” moves sensitivity of the sensor based on occupancy detection

Dual Tech Logic Engine — (Modes of Operation)

(Dual Tech model only)

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OCCupanCy SenSOrS high Bay Occupancy SenSOrS

High Bay Occupancy Sensor

hiD

Schneider Electric High Bay HID Basic, Single and Dual Output Occupancy Sensors work with a single HID (high intensity discharge) luminaire to reduce the lamp wattage by approximately 50% and then return the lamp wattage to 100% when occupancy is detected in an aisle or room. Motion is detected using passive infrared

(PIR) technology.

Basic HID Sensors are used in sensor-per-fixture configuration, while single output sensors include a connector to send and receive fiber optic signals. Single output sensors are commonly used in daisy chain configurations. Dual output sensors have two connectors that send fiber optic signals, and are commonly used in configurations that interleave switch packs and sensors. All Sensors are compatible with single magnetic HID luminaires.

technical information

Fixture Compatibility

Dimming Method

Switching Configurations

Relay Current Rating

Maximum Fixture Wattage

AC Line Voltage

Power Consumption

Maximum Fiber Spacing

Between Nodes

Ambient Temperature

Range

Observed Motion ON Time

Lamp Warm Up Interval

Wire Harness

Wire Harness Length

Dimensions

(including mounting nipple)

Standards

HID with constant wattage auto-transformer ballast

Relay-switched dual-section capacitor

Parallel (preferred) or series capacitors

4 amperes RMS maximum

1000 watts parallel mode/250 watts series mode

120/208/240/277/347/480 Vac

3 watts maximum

200 ft.

32˚ F to 122˚ F (0˚ C to 50˚ C) non-condensing

0 to 15 minutes (user-adjustable)

15 minutes

4 conductor 18 AWG stranded copper wire

36 inches (91.44 cm)

3.25 in. (L) x 3.25 in. (W) x 3.25 in.(H)

[82.56 mm (L) x 82.56 mm (W) x 82.56 mm (H)]

UL Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment, cUL Listed

*For Diagram see technical section page 25

Catalog Number

SLSPIP210

SLSPIP211

SLSPIP212

SLSPCW001

SLSPIP210EB

SLSPIP210CT

SLSPIP210EBCT

SLSPSP101

SLSPSP102

High Bay Occupancy Sensor

Sensor and optional counterweight mounted on luminaire

Description

HID Occupancy Sensor

HID Single Optical Output Occupancy Sensor

HID Dual Optical Output Occupancy Sensor

Optional Counterweight

HID Occupancy Sensor Electronic Ballast

HID Occupancy Sensor Magnetic Ballast Cold Temperature

HID Occupancy Sensor Electronic Ballast Cold Temperature

HID Switch Pack with optical control ports (1 input/1 output)

HID Switch pack with optical control ports (2 inputs) product Features

Compatible with HID luminaires rated between

208 and 480 Vac/60 Hz, without adding taps or jumpers

Up to 40' mounting height

User-adjustable 1 to

15 minute activity timer

User-adjustable range dial to customize PIR sensitivity

• Available with interchangeable aisle and area lenses

Lamp always starts on high to provide full rated

HID lamp life, even after

AC power bumps or loss of fiber optic signals

Includes a manual test switch for self diagnostics that assist with installation and debugging networks

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High Bay pIr Occupancy Sensor

Fluorescent

The Fluorescent High Bay PIR Sensors (SLSFPS1347 or SLSFPS1480) by Schneider Electric are designed for use with T5 and T8 fluorescent fixtures in high or low bay, area or isle applications. The sensors save energy by using Passive Infrared (PIR) technology to detect motion and turning off lights in unoccupied areas. The SLSFPS1347 uses automatic voltage sensing allowing the same device to be installed in different voltage systems ranging from

120 — 347 V. The SLSFPS1480 is designed specifically for 480 V applications. Installation is simple because drop-down brackets are not required.

technical information

Fixture Compatibility

AC Line Voltage

SLSFPS1480

T5 and T8 Fluorescent Fixtures

Black/Black wires

480 Vac ±10%, 60 Hz

2000 W Max Ballast Load

SLSFPS1347

White/Black wires

120/277/347 Vac ±10%, 60 Hz

1000/1800/1500 W Max Ballast Load Output Contact Rating

Ambient Temperature

Range

Observed Motion ON time

Dimensions (including mounting nipple) (HxWxD)

Standards

32° F to 158° F (0° C to 70° C) non-condensing

15 seconds to 30 minutes

4.96 in. x 3.25 in. x 3.25 in. (126 mm x 82.56 mm x 82.56 mm)

UL and cUL Listed

*For Diagram see technical section page 25

Catalog Number

SLSFPS1347

SLSFPS1480

Description

Occupancy Sensor (120 – 347 V) Fluorescent High Bay PIR

Occupancy Sensor (480 V) Fluorescent High Bay PIR

Fluorescent High Bay PIR

Occupancy Sensor product Features

Includes a user-adjustable time dial to set the length of time the luminaires stay on from 15 seconds to

30 minutes.

Includes a user-adjustable range dial to customize

PIR sensitivity.

• 90 degree rotating lens for a variety of aisle-way applications.

High bay area, low bay area, and high bay aisle lenses provided.

18 minutes time-out preset for maximum energy to lamp life savings.

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OCCupanCy SenSOrS Occupancy cOntrOller

Occupancy Controller

The Occupancy Controller from Schneider Electric has two lighting control relays, an occupancy sensor power supply, two auxiliary input switches, two timers (one per relay), and two relay default mode switches associated with each relay. The occupancy controller provides a simple all-in-one solution for dimming, on-off operation, and powering of sensors. It operates over a wide range of input voltages

(100 – 277 Vac) and is designed for above-ceiling installation. The occupancy controller is ideal for in-room occupancy control applications such as classrooms, open-office space, executive offices and conference rooms.

technical information

Power Supply Voltage

Power Supply Frequency

Motion Sensor Power Supply

Power Supply Rating

Relay Rating

Connections

(Screw-type Phoenix-style Connectors)

Maximum Operating Temp.

Operating Humidity

Dimensions (H x W x D)

Standards (Title)

*For Diagram see technical section page 26

100 – 277 Vac

50 – 60 Hz

Power output 280 mA (140 mA per detector connection)

24 Vdc SELV/Class 2

Resistive: 16 A at 277 Vac, Incandescent/Tungsten: 12 A at 277 Vac

Fluorescent (UL) Standard ballast: 10 A at 277 Vac (inductive 0.4 – 0.5 pf)

Input: 14 – 12 AWG (2.5 – 4 mm² )

Relay output: 14 – 12 AWG (2.5 – 4 mm² )

Motion detector: 3-pin, 1 per relay present

Auxiliary input: 2-pin, 1 per relay present

122° F (50° C) approved for use in a plenum

10 – 90% max. relative humidity non-condensing

8.0 x 7.87 x 2.36 in. (203 x 200 x 60 mm)

CSA C22.2 No. 205 (Signal Equipment), UL916 (Energy Management Equipment)

FCC Part 15 (Class B Digital Device for Home or Office Use)

Catalog Number

5752PP/2R

5752PP/2R/2D

752PP/2R

Description

Occupancy Controller with 2 relays, with C-Bus connection

Occupancy Controller with 2 relays and 2 0-10V dimmers, with C-Bus connection

Occupancy Controller with 2 relays, no network connection compatible Sensors

Sensor

SLSCPS1000

SLSCUS2000

SLSCDS2000

SLSCUS800

SLSCDS800

SLSWPS1500

SLSWUS1500

SLSWDS1500

Description

Ceiling mount PIR motion sensor, 360° detection pattern, isolated relay

Ceiling mount Ultrasonic motion sensor, 360°detection pattern, isolated relay

Ceiling mount Dual-technology (PIR and Ultrasonic) motion sensor,

360° detection pattern, isolated relay

Ceiling mount Ultrasonic motion sensor, 180° detection pattern, isolated relay

Ceiling mount Dual-technology (PIR and Ultrasonic motion sensor,

180° detection pattern, isolated relay

Wall mount PIR motion sensor, 110° detection pattern, isolated relay

Wall mount Ultrasonic motion sensor, isolated relay

Wall mount Dual-technology; PIR and ultrasonic motion

Occupancy Controller product Features

• Input voltage range:

100 – 277 Vac 50/60 Hz

One occupancy sensor input terminal for each relay

24 Vdc power supply for the motion detectors

One auxiliary input switch terminal for overrides and an on board timer for each relay

One relay fail-safe mode switch for each relay

• Remote override on/off capability

Class 1 and Class 2 voltage isolation

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WIrInG DeVICeS lOW VOltage SWitcheS

Low Voltage Switches

The Schneider Electric Low Voltage Switches are a series of aesthetically pleasing push button wall switches that can be mounted in various applications. The low voltage switches are designed to operate with Schneider Electric Occupancy

Controllers, Powerlink, C-Bus, and relay panels. All switch models are available in white, almond, and ivory.

technical information

Connection type

Number of conductors/switch

Switch Operating Range

LED Operating Range

External wires Gauge: #22 AWG stranded

SLSLVS1: 2

SLSLVS1L: 4

SLSLVS2: 3

SLSLVS2L: 7

SLSLVS1R: 2

SLSLVS2R: 3

5 – 36 Vdc Max current of 50 mA @ 36 Vdc

5 – 36 Vdc

Min operating current .150ma @ 5 Vdc

Min operating current .275ma @ 12 Vdc

Min operating current .385ma @ 24 Vdc

Min operating current .470ma @ 36 Vdc

Conductor temperature rating Not specified, select to meet UL Class 2 requirements

Conductor voltage rating

Conductor length

Temperature

Humidity

5 to 36 Vdc

6 inches from housing

0 – 122° F (50° C)

0 – 90% max. relative humidity non-condensing

*For Diagram see technical section page 26

Catalog Number

SLSLVS1x

Description

1-button, low voltage switch

1-button, low voltage switch with LED

SLSLVS1Lx

SLSLVS2x

SLSLVS2Lx

2-button, low voltage switch

2-button, low voltage switch with LED

1-button Schneider Electric relay panel switch with LED

SLSLVS1Rx

SLSLVS2Rx 2-button Schneider Electric relay panel switch with LED

'X' Designates color: W: White, I: Ivory, G: Gray, L: Light Almond, B: Black

Low Voltage Switches

product Features

Provide simple momentary push button control.

LED models provide pilot lights or status outputs.

• Operate on voltage ranges from 5 – 36 Vdc.

• Certain models are designed for use with Schneider

Electric relay panels.

Switches fit standard NEMA wall boxes.

Decorator-style enclosure; wall plate included.

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Wall Switch Occupancy Sensor

10 ft. (3.1 m)

15 ft. (4.6 m)

25 ft. (7.6 m)

Major Motion

Minor Motion

35 ft.

(10.7 m)

4 ft.

(1.2 m)

35 ft.

(10.7 m)

Sensor field of view

residential Wall Switch Vacancy Sensor

LED

PIR Motion Sensor Lens

Time-delay Setting:

15 sec. min. (Fully CCW)

30 min. max. (fully CW)

Auto/OFF Button

Bypass button

(In = Always ON, OUT = Normal Operation)

Sensor features

LED

PIR Motion Sensor Lens

35 ft.

(10.7 m)

4 ft.

(1.2 m)

Manual ON/OFF Button

(Push ON/Push OFF)

Vacancy Sensor Features

(RED)

Hot (BLK)

Ground (GRN)

Neutral

10 ft. (3.1 m)

15 ft. (4.6 m)

25 ft. (7.6 m)

Major Motion

Minor Motion

35 ft.

(10.7 m)

Sensor field of view, Side

Vacancy Sensor Wiring Diagram

Commercial Grade Occupancy Sensors pir Wall Switch

Line BK

BL

GN

Ground

R

Primary

Load

BR

Secondary

Load

35 ft.

(10.7 m)

Neutral

Sensor Wiring, Bi-level

Neutral

4 ft.

(1.2 m)

6 ft. (1.83 m)

9 ft. (2.74 m)

21 ft. (6.4 m)

Major Motion

Minor Motion

35 ft.

(10.7 m)

Side view of sensor field of view

Line 1

Line 2

BK

BL

GN

R

Primary

Load

BR

Secondary

Load

Ground

Neutral

Sensor Wiring, Dual Circuit

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Commercial Grade Occupancy Sensors ultrasonic Wall Switch

Neutral (WHHT)

Ground (GRN)

Hot(BLK)

(RED)

Load

Neutral

20 ft. (6.1 m)

27 ft. (8.23 m)

Major Motion

Minor Motion

Ultrasonic Sensor Field of View, Top

Note: Observe

Wiring Polarity

Single-level Lighting

Sensor Wiring

Line BK

BL

GN

Ground

R

Primary

Load

BR

Secondary

Load

Neutral

Sensor Wiring, Bi-level

Commercial Grade Occupancy Sensors

Dual technology Wall Switch

Line 1

Line 2

BK

BL

GN

Ground

Neutral

Line

BK

BL

GN

Ground

R

Primary

Load

BR

Secondary

Load

Sensor Wiring, Dual Circuit

R

Primary

Load

BR

Secondary

Load

10 ft.

(3.05 m)

13.5 ft.

(4.11 m)

6 ft.

(1.83 m)

9 ft.

(2.74 m)

21 ft. (6.4 m)

Major Motion PIR

Minor Motion PIR

Major Motion Ultrasonic

Minor Motion Ultrasonic

Single and Dual Technology Sensor Field of View, Top

4 ft.

(1.2 m)

35 ft.

(10.7 m)

Dual Technology Sensor Field of View, Side

Ceiling Mounted Occupancy Sensor pir

Neutral

Sensor Wiring, Bi-level

Neutral

Line 1

Line 2

BK

BL

GN

R

Primary

Load

BR

Secondary

Load

Ground

Neutral

Sensor Wiring, Dual Circuit

4.5 in. (115 mm)

19

9 ft.

(2.74 m)

25 ft. (7.62 m)

32 ft. (9.75 m)

Side view of sensor field of view

1.75 in.

(44 mm)

25 ft. (7.62 m)

32 ft. (9.75 m)

Major Motion

Minor Motion

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Ceiling Mounted Occupancy Sensor ultrasonic

48 ft.

30 ft.

Major Motion

Minor Motion

24 ft.

42 ft.

1.25 in.

(31 mm)

OCCupanCy SenSOrS technical SectiOn

4.5 in. (115 mm)

Area of Detection

Ceiling Mounted Occupancy Sensor

Dual technology

48 ft.

30 ft.

Ultrasonic Major Motion

Ultrasonic Minor Motion

PIR Major Motion

PIR Minor Motion 1.75 in.

(44 mm)

24 ft.

42 ft.

25 ft.

32 ft.

Side view of ceiling mounted sensor

4.5 in. (115 mm)

Side view of ceiling mounted sensor

180 Degree Ceiling-Mounted Occupancy Sensor ultrasonic

4.5 in. (115 mm)

Ultrasonic Major Motion

Ultrasonic Minor Motion

1.75 in.

(44 mm)

32 ft.

25 ft.

Side view of ceiling mounted sensor

25 ft.

32 ft.

Area of Detection

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180 Degree Ceiling-Mounted Occupancy Sensor

Dual technology

4.5 in. (115 mm)

Ultrasonic Major Motion

Ultrasonic Minor Motion

PIR Major Motion

PIR Minor Motion

32 ft.

28 ft.

1.75 in.

(44 mm)

25 ft.

22 ft.

Side view of ceiling mounted sensor

25 ft.

32 ft.

Wall Mounted Occupancy Sensor pir

8 ft.

48

Major Motion

Minor Motion

0

25

16

11 18 ft.

(5.49 m)

0

0 3

11

16

25

30 ft.

(9.14 m)

10 ft.

(3.1 m)

48

0

0 3 ft.

(0.9 m)

15 30

42 ft.

(12.8 m)

48 72 ft.

102 ft.

(31.1 m)

Wall Mounted Occupancy Sensor ultrasonic

16

11.5

Major Motion

Minor Motion

0

Class 1

Line

Neutral

Black

White

Red

Power Pack

SLSPP1277

11.5

16

0

23

32 ft.

Load

Class 2

Additional Sensor (s)

(Optional)

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48

0

11

16

25

25

16

11

48

Wall Mounted Occupancy Sensor

Dual technology

8

0

0 3 15 23 32 48 72 ft.

Class 1

Line

Neutral

Black

White

Red

Power Pack

SLSPP1277

Load

Major Motion

Minor Motion

Major Motion Ultrasonic

Minor Motion Ultrasonic

Class 2

Additional

Sensor (s)

(Optional)

power pack and auxiliary relay

120 Volt and 277 Volt

Line Voltage

Line Voltage

To Sensor

To Sensor

Inside

3 in. (76 mm)

2.25 in.

(57 mm)

Front View Dimensions

Voltage selector

3 in.

(76 mm)

Hot

Line Voltage

120/277 Vac

Neutral

Black

White

Red

Override OFF

Load

System Diagram

+24 Vdc

Common

Control Input

Blue

Blk

Sensor

Outside

Flexible Mounting

power pack and auxiliary relay

347 Volt

Line Voltage

3 in. (76 mm)

To Sensor

3 in.

(76 mm)

Hot

Line Voltage

347 Vac

Neutral

Black

White

Red

Outside

Line Voltage

Override OFF

Load

2.25 in.

(57 mm)

To Sensor

Inside

Flexible Mounting

Front View Dimensions Wiring Diagram

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+24 Vdc

Common

Control Input

Blue

Blk

Sensor

Red

22

Red

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Ceiling Mounted Line Voltage Occupancy Sensor pir

4.76 in.

Key:

1. Top view

2. Side view

A. 1,000 Sq. ft. lens

B. 500 Sq. ft. lens

Major motion

Minor motion

1

4.76 in.

A

B

A

B

25 ft.

16 ft.

32 ft.

23 ft.

2

9 ft.

0.99 in.

1.78 in.

A

B

A

B

25 ft.

16 ft.

32 ft.

23 ft.

ceiling Mounted line Voltage Occupancy Sensors Wiring Diagram

Single Sensor Multiple Sensors Key:

A. Power source

(Refer to the operating range described in the specifications table.)

B. Line/Hot (+)

C. Neutral (-)

D. Load

E. Override (Off)

F. Sensor (PIR shown)

A

B

C

E

F

A

B

C

E

D D

F F

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Ceiling Mounted Line Voltage Occupancy Sensor ultrasonic

4.76 in.

48 ft.

30 ft.

Key:

Major motion

Minor motion

24 ft.

42 ft.

4.76 in.

Top View Area Coverage (based on 9ft. mounting height)

Hallway Coverage

90 ft. (27.4 m)

15 ft.

(4.5 m)

90˚

0.99 in.

1.42 in.

Ceiling Mounted Line Voltage Occupancy Sensor

Dual technology

4.76 in.

48 ft.

30 ft.

Key:

A. 1,000 Sq. ft. lens

B. 500 Sq. ft. lens

C. PIR Major motion

D. PIR Minor motion

E. Ultrasonic major motion

F. Ultrasonic minor motion

24 ft.

42 ft.

C

D

E

F

4.76 in.

(Based on 9 ft. mounting height)

A

B

A

B

25 ft.

16 ft.

32 ft.

23 ft.

0.99 in.

1.78 in.

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High Bay Occupancy Sensors hiD

Side View Sensor Height Top View at 40 ft.

20’

30’

40’

40 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 40

Coverage pattern for area/aisle lense (side view)

Top View at 40 ft.

40 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 40

Coverage pattern for aisle lens (top view)

30

20

10

40 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 40

Coverage pattern for area lens (top view)

High Bay pIr Occupancy Sensor

Fluorescent

Sensor Height

Above Floor

Side View Side View

Sensor Height

Above Floor

Side View

Sensor Height

Above Floor

20’

30’

40’

40 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 40

Distance from sensor

20’

40 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 40

Distance from sensor

40’

40 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 40

Distance from sensor

30’

30’

20’

10’

0’

20’ 10’ 10’

10’

20’

30’

Top View from area lens at 40’

20’ 30’ 30’

30’

20’

10’

0’

20’ 10’ 10’

10’

20’

30’

Top View from area lens at 20’

20’ 30’

40 30 20 10 0 10 20 30 40

Top View at 40’

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Occupancy Controller

2.36 in.

(60 mm)

0.63 in. (16 mm)

6.53 in.

(166 mm)

0.71 in. (18 mm)

0.75 in.

(19 mm)

Occupancy signals

24 Vdc

Occupancy sensors

6.42 in.

(163 mm)

Lighting load*

Low voltage wall switch

0.83 in.

(21 mm)

Side view Front view

* Third-party devices

power input Dry contact switches*

Low Voltage Switch

1.7 in.

(43.2 mm)

2.77 in.

(70.36 mm)

0.24 in.

(6.09 mm)

4.5 in.

(114.6 mm)

1.34 in.

(34.04 mm)

2.77 in.

(70.36 mm)

One Switch

V OUT

SLSLVS1

SW1

V IN

Two Switches

SLSLVS2

V OUT SW1

SW1

V IN

SW2

V OUT SW2

Low Voltage Relay Panel

Switch One Switch

SLSLVS1R

V OUT

Reverse

Polarity

Switch

V IN

One Switch with LED

V IN

SLSLVS1L

(+) Anode

SW1

(-) Cathode

Two Switches with LEDs

SLSLVS2L

V OUT SW1 (+) Anode LED1

SW1

(-) Cathode LED1

V IN

(+) Anode LED2

SW2

V OUT SW2

(-) Cathode LED2

Low Voltage Relay Panel

Switch Two Switches

SLSLVS2R

V OUT SW1

Reverse

Polarity

Switch

V IN

Reverse

Polarity

Switch

V OUT SW2

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eMerGenCy LIGHtInG COntrOL DeVICeS

emergency egress lighting control Devices

Schneider ELectric UL listed automatic load control relays (ALCR) enable designers to use standard lighting fixtures for the emergency lighting system fed by an emergency backup supply. Under normal operating power, the devices turn on and off emergency lighting along with standard lighting in an area. In the event of normal power loss, the ALCR detects the power loss, and will automatically switch on emergency power to the fixtures. With an

Automatic Load Control Relay, emergency lighting is only turned on when necessary.

During normal non-operating hours, the emergency lighting is Off, providing further energy savings and extended lamp life.

Schneider Electric provides a wide selection of Emergency Lighting Control Devices that work with occupancy and dimming-based lighting controls.

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eMerGenCy LIGHtInG COntrOL DeVICeS eMergency lighting cOntrOl relay automatic Load Control relays

SlSerc1277

The Automatic Load Control Relay is a UL 924 Listed Emergency Lighting Control Device.

It provides a means of turning on and off emergency lighting along with regular lighting. The Automatic Load

Control Relay is designed to sense when a power outage occurs, then switches on the connected emergency lighting load.

technical information

Sensing Input

Load

Load Rating

Contact

Wiring:

Input Control

Emergency Control

Standards

Mounting

Weight

Temperature

Dimensions (LxWxH)

120 V or 277 V

120 V or 277 V

20 A

NC

18 AWG (wires labeled 1,2,3,4)

14 AWG (wires labeled 5,6)

UL/cUL listed; UL 924, UL 94V-0 Flame Rating

Mount in a junction box with a blank cover in the same location as the controlled lighting.

8 oz. (227 g)

32° F to 140° F (0° C to 60° C)

3.75 in. x 1.75 in. x 1.5 in. (95.25 mm x 44.45 mm x 38.10 mm)

*For Diagram see technical section page 32

Catalog Number

SLSERC1277

Description

Automatic Load Control Relay 120 V and 277 V

Automatic Load

Control Relay product Features

120 V or 277 V.

Meets NEC2011

Article 700

• Patented self-test feature that shows emergency power is operating every time the light switch is turned OFF.

• Visible LEDs for easy diagnostics.

No programming required and easy to install.

• Use with new or existing lighting fixtures.

Use with Schneider

Electric occupancy sensors.

• All models are constructed with UL 94

V-0 rated plastics.

UL/cUL listed.

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eMerGenCy LIGHtInG COntrOL DeVICeS eMergency lighting DiMMer cOntrOl

Dimming automatic Load Control relay

SlSeDc120 and SlSeDc277

It provides a means of turning on/off and dimming control of emergency. The DALCR is designed to detect power outage events and switch on the connected emergency lighting load to maximum light level. The DALCR sends phase angle, 0 – 10 V, and three-wire ballast loads to full bright in a emergency egress lighting event. When utility power is restored, the units will revert back to their previous controlled state.

technical information

Model

Ballast

Tungsten

General Use

Wiring

Standards

Mounting

Weight

Temperature

Dimensions (LxWxH)

*For Diagram see technical section page 32

SLSEDC120

120 Vac, 20 A

120 Vac, 1800 W

SLSEDC277

277 Vac, 20 A

277 Vac, 1500 W

20 A

14 AWG

UL/cUL listed; UL 924, UL 94V-0 Flame Rating

20 A

4 in. square electrical enclosure. Mount in either the same location of the controlled lighting, or in a remote location away from the controlled lighting.

16 oz. (453.6 g)

32° F to 140° F (0° C to 60° C)

5.125 in. x 5.125 in. x 2.25 in. (130.175 mm x 130.175 mm x 57.15 mm)

Catalog Number

SLSEDMC120

SLSEDMC277

Description

Dimming Automatic Load Control Relay 120 V

Dimming Automatic Load Control Relay 277 V

Dimming Automatic Load

Control Relay product Features

120 V or 277 V.

Meets NEC2011 Article 7

Patented self-test feature that shows emergency power is operating every time the light switch is turned OFF.

• Visible LEDs and test switches for easy diagnostics.

No programming required and easy to install.

• Use with new or existing lighting fixtures.

Use with C-Bus and other dimming solutions,

0 – 10 V, phase angle, and DALI.

All models are constructed with UL 94

V-0 rated plastics.

• UL/cUL listed.

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eMerGenCy LIGHtInG COntrOL DeVICeS eMergency lighting cOntrOl relay panel Mount automatic Load Control relay

SlSepMc120 and SlSepMc277

The Panel Mount Automatic Load Control Relay is a UL 924 Listed emergency lighting control device.

It provides a means of turning on and off emergency lighting along with regular lighting. The Panel Mount

Automatic Load Control Relay is designed to sense when a power outage occurs, then switches on the connected emergency lighting load.

technical information

Model

Ballast

Tungsten

General Use

Terminal

Maximum Terminal Torque

Standards

Mounting

Weight

Temperature

Dimensions (LxWxH)

*For Diagram see technical section page 33

SLSEPMC120

120 Vac, 20 A

120 Vac, 1800 W

20 A, 1 HP

SLSEPMC277

277 Vac, 20 A

277 Vac, 1500 W

20 A, 1 HP

12 to 14 AWG

1.15 lb/ft. (16 kg/cm)

UL/cUL listed; UL 924, UL 94V-0 Flame Rating

Electrical enclosure. Mount in a remote location away from the controlled lighting.

7 oz. (198.45 g)

32° F to 140° F (0° C to 60° C)

3.5 in. x 3 in. x 3 in. (88.9 mm x 76.2 mm x 76.2 mm)

Catalog Number

SLSEPMC120

SLSEPMC277

Description

Panel Mount Automatic Load Control Relay 120 V

Panel Mount Automatic Load Control Relay 277 V

Panel Mount Automatic

Load Control Relay product Features

• 120 V or 277 V.

• Meets NEC2011

Article 700

Patented self-test feature that shows emergency power is operating every time the light switch is turned OFF.

Visible LEDs and test switches for easy diagnostics.

No programming required and easy to install.

Use with new or existing lighting fixtures.

Suitable for use with

Schneider Electric relay panels or Powerlink

Lighting Control Systems.

All models are constructed with UL 94

V-0 rated plastics.

• UL/cUL listed.

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emergency Lighting Control relay emergency Lighting Dimmer Control

Note:

Under Regular Power relay 5 is closed and relay 3 is open allowing the lighting control panel power to flow between input 5 and output 8.

Under Regular Power relay 6 is closed allowing

0-10 dimming signal to flow between input 6 and output 9.

Under Emergency

Power relay 5 is open and relay 3 is closed allowing constant power between input 3 and output 8.

Under Emergency power relay 6 is open sending the 0-10 dimming signal to full bright.

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emergency Lighting Control relay panel Mount

Typical system configuration utilizing the G3 Powerlink

Panelboard. The Emergency lighting control panelboard is also compatible with other system and relay configurations.

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eMerGenCy LIGHtInG COntrOL paneLBOarDS

emergency lighting control panels/panelboards

Operational processes, code compliance, cost reduction, sustainability solutions, architectural aesthetics — the list of commercial facility needs is long and difficult to balance.

A key factor in all of the above, lighting contributes to facility costs and operations.

With lighting control enhancements you can gain energy efficiency, cost savings, sustainability, along with personal comfort and convenience. Emergency egress lighting requirements can be a complicating factor in effective lighting design and energy management.

Simplifies Design Process

• Allows standard lighting fixtures to be used for emergency lighting

• Provides ability to share lighting controls such as timers, switches, and occupancy sensors with emergency egress lighting

Speeds Installation

• Factory assembled and installs quickly and easily reducing labor time and costs

• Space saving design with less wiring and easy access

Supports Sustainability

• Normal use of schedule, switch, and occupancy-sensor device controls to be shared on emergency lighting circuits reduces energy waste

• Reduced wiring and lighting fixtures needed

• Easily supports centralized power source

(Generator or inverter) for emergency lighting eliminating distributed emergency batteries

Streamlines Maintenance Testing

• Patented “switch test” — test buttons at panels/panelboards for each ALCR

[NEC (NFPA70) and UL 924]

• Visible LEDs for utility and emergency power diagnostics

• Centralized location for facility-wide emergency lighting maintenance and testing

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uL924 paneLS eMergency lighting cOntrOl panel

emergency Lighting Control panel

With the Emergency Lighting Control Panels by Schneider Electric, design, installation, inspection, and ongoing testing requirements for emergency lighting are streamlined. Energy efficiency is gained by allowing the normal use of schedule, switch, and occupancy-sensor device controls to be shared on emergency lighting circuits. This innovative, centralized, control solution for emergency lighting is a fail safe approach in support of improved sustainability.

Ordering information

ELCPs are ordered based on the enclosure mounting location (surface or flush), the number of ALCRs, and the voltage used by the panel mounted devices

(120 V or 277 V).

SLSepXS1

a

B C D

Panel Number Explanation (Key)

a

Emergency panel

B

X = The number of panel mounted devices

C

S = Surface mount,

F = Flush mount

D

1 = 120 V

2 = 277 V

Each shipment contain one enclosure with 6 to 24 panel mounted devices

(SLSEPMC120 or SLSEPMC277) and this instruction bulletin.

Note: ELCPs are avaliable for order with an even number of ALCRs, ranging from 6 to 24 ALCRs.

For Diagram see technical section page 39

Emergency Lighting Control Panel

product Features

• Designed to be mounted between emergency and regular circuit breaker panelboards

• Isolated power channel design ensures emergency and regular power never share the same space in accordance with NEC

• Supports from 6 to 24 20 A Automatic Load

Control Relays (ALCR)

• Available in 277 Vac and 120 Vac

• Short Circuit Current Rating 65 kA @ 120 Vac,

18 kA @ 277 Vac

• UL 924 and UL 50 Listed

• NEMA

®

Type 1 enclosure

• Available in fl ush and surface mount

• Equipped with lockable covers

• Accepts up to 10 AWG wire for long wire runs

• Onboard test switch for each relay simplifies ongoing maintenance requirements

• Integrates with lighting control products

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emergency Lighting Control panelboard

Schneider Electric introduces the first centralized, all-in-one panelboard with onboard automatic load control relays (NEC (NFPA70) and UL 924). This unique combination of breaker and ALCR (NEC (NFPA70) and UL 924) panelboard allows facilities to streamline operational processes, reduce costs, improve sustainability, and use advanced lighting control technologies. It also easily supports a centralized emergency power source (generator or inverter) for emergency lighting.

this elegant solution simplifies:

• Integrates multiple ALCR [NEC (NFPA70) and UL 924] and emergency lighting breakers into a centralized, self contained panelboard

• Consolidates standard lighting fixtures with emergency lighting

• Provides ability to share lighting controls such as timers, switches, and occupancy sensors with emergency egress lighting

product Features

• Emergency Lighting Control Panelboard (2 – 16 Automatic Load Control

Relays with a option of NF or NQ breakers)

• Available in both 120 V and 277 V models as well as 125 and 250 Amp

• Suitable for use with Schneider Electric Relay Panels or Powerlink Lighting

Control Systems

• UL listed

For Diagram see technical section page 40

Emergency Lighting Control Panelboard

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emergency Lighting Control panel panel installation

Typical system configuration utilizing the G3 Powerlink Panelboard. The Emergency lighting control panelboard is also compatible with other system and relay configurations.

Emergency Panelboard

Emergency Line

HOT into ALCR

Emergency

Panel Neutral

Regular Constant Hot

Regular

Line Neutral

Regular

Switch Hot

Regular

Lights

Regular

Panel

Neutral

Regular Panelboard

Schneider Electric

Relay Panel

Emergency

Lights

Emergency Line

HOT into ALCR

Relay Controller Neutral

Note:

Use standard fixtures for both regular and emergency egress lighting.

Relay Controller Power

Emergency Panel Neutral

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emergency Lighting Control panelboard panelboard installation

Typical system configuration utilizing the G3 Powerlink Panelboard. The Emergency lighting control panelboard is also compatible with other system and relay configurations.

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SCHneIDer eLeCtrIC Current LIMItInG paneLS

current limiting panels

Energy codes typically require lighting power density calculations for track lighting to be based on the linear feet of installed track. Some codes stipulate multipliers as low as 30W per foot of track, while others use a multiplier as high as 70W per foot of track. When energy efficient lighting is used, the connected load is typically much less than the per-foot multipliers given in the energy codes. This penalizes lighting designs that employ track lighting and may threaten retail environments where higher light levels are needed.

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SCHneIDer eLeCtrICCurrent LIMItInG paneLS current liMiting panelS

Current Limiting panels

Current Limiting Panels eases the burden of meeting today’s stringent energy codes like California Title 24. Typically used for track lighting applications, these panels limit the power available to a lighting branch circuit by incorporating a special circuit breaker into the branch circuit.

Because the Current Limiting panel limits the available power to a specified level, designers can better reflect the actual power requirements into their load density calculations. Power level will be substantially lower than by using the standard multipliers given for track lighting.

Panels are readily accessible providing easy access for inspection and maintenance.

These panels also incorporate circuit breakers rated for the higher available fault currents found on many 120 V systems. In addition, the use of supplementary protectors provides a convenient means for isolating individual track circuits.

Current Limiting Panel

technical information

Item

Type

Box

Finish

Track-Limiting Panel

NEMA 1 Indoor

Galvanized steel

ANSI 49 Gray

Voltage Rating 120 [email protected] kA or 277 [email protected] kA

Short Circuit Current Rating 10,000 A

Branch Circuit

Ampere Ratings

0.5 A, 1 A, 2 A, 3 A, 4 A, 5 A, 6 A, 7 A, 8 A, 10 A, 15 A, 16 A

Branch Circuit Terminals

Operating Environment

Standards

Box lugs: #18 – 4 AWG (1 – 25 mm 2

)

77° F (25° C)

UL1077, UL508A

Listings/Certifications/

Compliance

California Title 24, ASHRAE 90.1 compliant

Enclosures are available for mounting up to 21 or 42 circuits. Both enclosures are available for flush or surface mounting.

Enclosure

12M

21M

42M

Enclosure Cabinet Dimensions (H x W x D)

14.25 in. x 9 in. x 3.75 in. (362 mm x 229 mm x 95 mm)

14.25 in. x 3.75 in. x 17.92 in. (362 mm x 95 mm x 455 mm)

14.25 in. x 3.75 in. x 33.78 in. (362 mm x 95 mm x 858 mm)

product Features

Readily accessible panel mounted enclosures

Flush or surface mounting

• Hinged door with keylocking latch

Up to 42 circuit breakers per enclosure

• Circuit breakers rated

0.5 A – 16 A

Factory assembled, tested, and labeled

CA Title 24 compliant

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SCHneIDer eLeCtrIC Current LIMItInG paneLS current liMiting panelS

Energy codes typically calculate track lighting loads based on linear feet of installed track. Some codes use a multiplier as low as 30 watts/foot while others use a multiplier as high as 70 watts/foot. When using the energy efficient lighting technologies available today, the connected load is typically much less than the per-foot multipliers used by most energy codes. This penalizes lighting designs that employ track lighting and wastes available lighting watts that could be used more effectively.

Below is a typical track lighting example. The Standard Layout consists of two 50’ runs of single circuit track, each with sixteen 39W track heads for a total connected load of 1376W. The Revised Layout Using Short Track Segments has the same 1376W connected load but uses sixteen short 4’ track segments (64’), each fed separately, to help minimize the impact of the watts per foot multiplier. The scenario with the

Track-Limiting Panel uses the original two 50’ runs of single circuit track, with each monitored by a 6 Amp current limiting circuit breaker that is closely matched to the actual connected load of 1376W. This results in the minimum calculated watts per the energy codes.

Without the current limiting panel

With the current limiting panel

The Current Limiting Panel installs between the branch circuit breaker and the track lighting, solving the energy code calculation discrepancy, making the wattage calculation independent of track length.

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reLay paneLS

relay panels

Lighting control relay panels from Schneider Electric will put you in control of your lighting, your comfort and your energy costs. Regardless of your need, our relay panels give you a reliable solution at an affordable cost.

Fully scalable solution

Whether you’re creating a lighting control system for a single room or a whole facility, the Schneider Electric line of relay panels offer scalable systems to fit your needs now. And, as your building needs change, the system can easily grow to meet those demands.

Our solutions are designed around the size and requirements of your application. All this with a common platform and easy installation practices. Talk about flexibility

Building automation integration

We have designed the LPB BACnet and LPL

LonWorks panels to integrate easily with other facility operations. HVAC, security, fire, you name it. We’ve teamed up with other control manufacturers to ensure full compatibility and communication between systems. Just what you’d expect from a global electrical industry leader.

The result: seamless solutions that deliver the energy savings and connectivity you demand

— meeting your highest performance and budget expectations. What could be simpler?

Heavy-duty design

The lighting control relay panels offer a more robust solution with the inclusion of a removable hinged door with key lock. The heavy-duty design is ideal for placement in electrical rooms or exposed areas. Individually replaceable, all-enclosed relays also provide a more costeffective replacement solution.

Energy savings

Lighting control holds incredible potential for energy savings. In fact, even with newer energyefficient lighting lamp and ballast combinations, lighting is still the number one source of energy consumption in any building.

Automated occupant control

There’s no reason to light a room when nobody’s in it. Turning off lights in areas such as meeting rooms, corridors, and offices can reduce energy costs significantly.

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reLay paneLS lpS relay panelS

LpS panels

lpS standalone. easy control for low-voltage switching applications.

LPS panels reduce energy use by automatically shutting off lights in response to a scheduled time event from its integral time scheduler or in response to an external control device, such as a keypad switch, occupancy sensor or photocell. These panels are ideal for use in smaller commercial applications, such as small strip retail, office spaces and parking lots where a centralized building management system is not practical. Its simple, menu-driven interface is designed for easy programming and intuitive use for electricians, contractors and end-users.

For Diagram see technical section page 51

Robust, individually replaceable, molded-case relays are industry-leading in reliability.

The time controller features a 365-day, 7-day repeating clock with full 24 hour scheduling functions and event priorities.

Relay controls that provide individual control of each relay, and feature easy to use push button membranes.

technical information

Catalog Number Description

SERP8HSNC Schneider Electric series relay panel 8 HID relays without controller

SERP16HSNC

SERP32HSNC

Schneider Electric series relay panel 16 HID relays without controllers

Schneider Electric series relay panel 32 HID relays without controllers

Schneider Electric series relay panel 48 HID relays without controllers

SERP48HSNC

SERP64HSNC

SERP4HS

Schneider Electric series relay panel 64 HID relays without controllers

Schneider Electric series relay panel 4 HID relays

SERP8HS

SERP16HS

SERP24HS

SERP32HS

Schneider Electric series relay panel 8 HID relays

Schneider Electric series relay panel 16 HID relays

Schneider Electric series relay panel 24 HID relays

Schneider Electric series relay panel 32 HID relays

LPS panel

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Lighting Control relay Switches

The Schneider Electric Lighting Control Relay Switches provide manual ON/OFF operation of lighting in zones.

The switches are equipped with a switch based device using reversible polarity pulse technology. The switches are fully compatible with Lighting Control

Relay Panels by Schneider Electric.

Manual ON/OFF is the most common override operation. Each switch provides ON/OFF action for individual relays or groups of relays (zones).

Key Switch

(SERPKWS)

Rocker Switch

(SERPRWS)

Push Button Switch

(SERPWSxGyB*)

Push Button Switch

(SERPPBWS)

Switch (SLSLVS1Rx) technical information

Key Switch (SERPKWS)

Input/Output

Relays per switch

Switches per Relay

Operation (Turn key)

Push button Switch (SERPWSxGyB*)

3 Amp, 24 Vdc, Reversible polarity Impulse

8

6 Switches

Right/ON, Left/OFF

Input/Output

Relays per switch

Switches per Relay

Operation (Turn key)

Rocker Switch (SERPRWS)

Input/Output

Relays per switch

Switches per Relay

Operation

1.5 Amp, 24 Vdc, Reversible polarity Impulse

Switch input from common terminal

4

6 LED Switches

Press/ON, Press again/OFF

3 Amp, 24 Vdc, Reversible polarity Impulse

8

6 Switches

Press one side ON; press other side OFF

*x = the number of ganged switch locations. y = the number of button/switches.

Note: All switches: use 18-24 AWG solid or stranded wire for Class 2 wiring connections.

For Diagram see technical section page 52 and 53

Features

Key Switch (SERPKWS)

• Wall mountable to any standard wall box

Key operated (ON – turn right; OFF – turn left)

Operates up to 8 relays per switch

6 switches per relay

Push Button Switch (SERPWSxGyB*)

Factory Assembled

Includes mounting bracket, switch(es), cover plate

LED ON/OFF indication

Clear plastic labeling cap

• Operates up to 4 relays per switch

6 LED switches per relay

Catalog Number Switch type

SERKWS Key switch

SERPRWS Rocker switch

SERPPBWS

SERPWSxGyB*

SERPWSMB

SERPWSFP

SERPWPxGyB*

Description

Wall mounted momentary contact relay key switch

Wall mounted rocker-type relay switch

Push button switch** Single all mounted, LED-indicating, push button relay switch.

Push button switch***

Mounting bracket

Single or multi-gang, single or multi-device wall mounted push button relay switches with LEDs.

Used to mount single push button or rocker switches

Filler plate

Cover plate

Used to fill blank positions in a wall bracket

Brushed metal; for use with push button and rocker-type switches only.

Catalog Number Switch type

SLSLVS1Rx Decorator

1 button switch

SLSLVS2Rx Decorator

2 button switch

Description

1-button Schneider Electric relay panel switch with LED

2-button Schneider Electric relay panel switch with LED

Rocker Switch (SERPRWS)

• Wall mountable to any standard wall box

(1-gang requires mounting bracket (SERPWSMB)

Operates up to 8 relays per switch

6 switches per relay

Optional filler plate (SERPWSFP)

Push Button Switch (SERPPBWS)

Wall mountable to any standard wall box

(1-gang requires mounting bracket

LED ON/OFF indication

Clear plastic labeling cap

Operates up to 4 relays per switch

• 6 LED switches per relay

• Optional filler plate (SERPWSFP)

*x = the number of ganged switch locations. y = the number of button/switches.

**Requires mounting and cover plates. May require filler plates.

***Finished assembly; mounting bracket and cover plate included.

Decorator Switch (SLSVS1RX)(SLSVS2RX)

Provide simple momentary push button control

LED models provide pilot lights or status outputs

• Designed for use with Schneider Electric relay panels

• Switches fit standard NEMA wall boxes

Decorator-style enclosure; wall plate included

'X' = Designates color: W: White, I: Ivory, G: Gray, L: Light Almond, B: Black

For Diagram see technical section page 52 and 53

* x = the number of ganged switch locations.

y = the number of button/switches.

***Finished assembly; mounting bracket and cover plate included.

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reLay paneLS lpB panelS

LpB relay panels

lpB Bacnet. combines complete control with Bacnet.

LPB relay panels are designed to operate on a BACnet network where control intelligence is provided through a BACnet building automation system. These panels are ideal for medium to large facilities with a building management system utilizing

BACnet where a low-cost means to achieve automatic shut-off is required. These panels are simple to install and commission, and offer seamless integration with a full-feature scheduler through a building management system. Switch overrides and photocells are easily added for complete control.

For Diagram see technical section page 53 and 54

Robust, individually replaceable, molded-case relays are industry-leading in reliability.

The BACnet controller integrates seamlessly with open protocol native BACnet.

Relay controls that provide individual control of each relay, and feature easy to use push button membranes.

technical information

Catalog Number Description

SERPB8HSNC Schneider Electric series relay panel 8 HID relays without controllers

SERPB8HS Schneider Electric series BACnet relay panel 8 HID relays

SERPB16HS

SERPB24HS

SERPB32HS

SERPB48HS

SERPB64HS

Schneider Electric series BACnet relay panel 16 HID relays

Schneider Electric series BACnet relay panel 24 HID relays

Schneider Electric series BACnet relay panel 32 HID relays

Schneider Electric series BACnet relay panel 48 HID relays

Schneider Electric series BACnet relay panel 64 HID relays

LPB panel

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reLay paneLS lpl panelS

LpL panels

lpl lonWorks. an integrated solution with native lonWorks protocol.

The LPL panels offer engineers and facilities managers all the flexibility they need to meet their requirements when dealing with lighting control inside their building, from a stand-alone system, to a soft-wired networked panels system or a fullyprogrammable network system.

LPL panel software scheduling and event programming capabilities will easily support all common sequences encountered in lighting control, and stackable, optional input/output cards program each input for your individual needs.

For Diagram see technical section page 55 and 56

technical information

Catalog Number

SERPL8HS

SERPL16HS

SERPL24HS

SERPL32HS

SERPL48HS

SERPL64HS

Description

Schneider Electric series LonWorks relay panel 8 HID relays

Schneider Electric series LonWorks relay panel 16 HID relays

Schneider Electric series LonWorks relay panel 24 HID relays

Schneider Electric series LonWorks relay panel 32 HID relays

Schneider Electric series LonWorks relay panel 48 HID relays

Schneider Electric series LonWorks relay panel 64 HID relays

Robust, individually replaceable, molded-case relays are industry leading in reliability.

Stackable optional input/output controllers use LonWorks network communication to interoperate in highly functional, flexible and open building systems.

LPL panel

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LpS Lighting Control relay panel

Mounted enclosure Dimensions (Without Doors)

Front View (Without door or interior assembly)

Side View for

16, 24, and 32 relay capacity panels

E

K

B

Top View

C A

L

M

D

I J

N

Side View for

4 and 8 relay capacity panels

K

L

O

P

M

N

F

G

H

Q

R

Q

R

Relays

4 or 8*

4 or 8**

16

24 or 32

Measurements — mm (in.)

A B C D

42

(1.7)

42

(1.7)

42

(1.7)

149

(5.1)

149

(5.1)

149

(5.1)

149

(5.1)

149

(5.1)

149

(5.1)

46

(1.8)

46

(1.8)

46

(1.8)

60

(2.4)

194

(7.6)

194

(7.6)

60

(2.4)

* SERPB

** SERP4HS or SERP8HS

E

N/A

N/A

N/A

27.87

(1.10)

F

N/A

N/A

N/A

27.05

(1.08)

G

330

(13)

279.4

(11)

330

(13)

406.8

(16)

H

381

(15)

305

(12)

381

(15)

508

(20)

I

345

(13.6)

228.6

(9)

556

(21.9)

N/A

J

381

(15)

305

(12)

592

(23.3)

850

(33.5)

K

90

(3.5)

90

(3.5)

94

(3.7)

55

(2.2)

L

101

(4)

101

(4)

101

(4)

190

(7.5)

M

101

(4)

101

(4)

101

(4)

N/A

N

90

(3.5)

90

(3.5)

101

(4)

N/A

O

N/A

N/A

101

(4)

190

(7.5)

P

N/A

N/A

94

(3.7)

55

(2.2)

Q

46

(1.8)

46

(1.8)

46

(1.8)

55

(2.2)

R

101.6

(4)

101.6

(4)

101.6

(4)

101.6

(4)

Flush-Mounted Door Dimensions

Flush – Door Flush – Plate

C

D F

Relays

16

24 or 32

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A

B

Measurements — mm (in.)

A B

349 (13.7)

478 (18.8)

493 (19.4)

620 (24.4)

C

582 (22.9)

838 (33)

E

D

704 (27.7)

962 (37.9)

E

493 (19.4)

620 (24.4)

F

704 (27.7)

962 (37.9)

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Lighting Control relay Switches key Switch low Voltage Switch

1.34 in.

(34.04 mm)

4.5 in.

115 mm

4.5 in.

(114.6 mm)

2.77 in.

(70.36 mm)

Side View

Side View

2.8 in.

70 mm

push button

2.77 in.

(70.36 mm)

Front View

1.7 in.

(43.2 mm)

0.24 in.

(6.09 mm)

Bottom View

2.72 in.

69 mm

4.0 in.

102 mm

4.4 in.

112 mm

1.10 in.

28 mm

Front View

rocker Switch

1.46 in.

37 mm

Side View

1.73 in.

44 mm

1.42 in.

36 mm

1.42 in.

36 mm

Side View Front View

Top View

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Lighting Control relay Switches

(cont.)

pushbutton (individual)

1.18 in.

30 mm

Side View Front View

Top View

1.73 in.

44 mm

0.91 in.

23 mm

LpB Lighting Control relay panel

Wiring

R4

R3

R2

R1

R8

R7

R6

R5

Gray

Purple

Blue

Green

Yellow

Orange

Red

Brown

White

White

Black

White + Black

White + Brown

White + Red

White + Orange

White + Yellow

White + Green

TRANSFORMER T1

347, 120/24 V

Local switch if used

SERPRC401

16 RELAY

CONTROLLER

SERPBC601

BACnet

Controller

Black

Black

White

White

Red

Black

To other

SERPRC401

Dashed line to be used by authorized electrical personnel.

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R13

R14

R15

R16

R9

R10

R11

R12

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LpB Lighting Control relay panel

(cont.)

Mounted enclosure Dimensions (Without Doors)

Front View (Without door or interior assembly)

Side View for

16, 32, 48, and 64 relay capacity panels

E

K

B

Top View

C

L

Side View for

8 relay capacity panels

A

M

D

K

I J

N

L

O

P

M

N

F

G

H

Q

R

Q

R

Relays

8

16

32

48 or 64

Measurements — mm (in.)

A B C D

42

(1.7)

42

(1.7)

60

(2.4)

149

(5.1)

149

(5.1)

194

(7.6)

149

(5.1)

149

(5.1)

194

(7.6)

46

(1.8)

46

(1.8)

60

(2.4)

60

(2.4)

194

(7.6)

194

(7.6)

60

(2.4)

E

N/A

N/A

27.87

(1.10)

27.87

(1.10)

F

N/A

N/A

27.05

(1.08)

27.05

(1.08)

G

330

(13)

330

(13)

406.8

(16)

406.8

(16)

H

381

(15)

381

(15)

508

(20)

508

(20)

I

345

(13.6)

556

(21.9)

N/A

N/A

J

381

(15)

592

(23.3)

850

(33.5)

1250

(49.2)

K

90

(3.5)

94

(3.7)

55

(2.2)

55

(2.2)

L

101

(4)

101

(4)

190

(7.5)

380

(15)

M

101

(4)

101

(4)

N/A

N/A

N

90

(3.5)

101

(4)

N/A

N/A

O

N/A

101

(4)

190

(7.5)

380

(15)

P

N/A

94

(3.7)

55

(2.2)

55

(2.2)

Q

46

(1.8)

46

(1.8)

55

(2.2)

55

(2.2)

R

101.6

(4)

101.6

(4)

101.6

(4)

101.6

(4)

Flush-Mounted Door Dimensions

Flush – Door Flush – Plate

C

D F

Relays

8

16

32

48 or 64

A

B E

Measurements — mm (in.)

A B

349 (13.7)

349 (13.7)

478 (18.8)

478 (18.8)

493 (19.4)

493 (19.4)

620 (24.4)

620 (24.4)

C

371 (14.6)

582 (22.9)

838 (33)

D

493 (19.4)

704 (27.7)

962 (37.9)

1238 (48.7) 1362 (53.6)

E

493 (19.4)

493 (19.4)

620 (24.4)

620 (24.4)

F

493 (19.4)

704 (27.7)

962 (37.9)

1362 (53.6)

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LpL Lighting Control relay panel input Wiring (Optional)

To other CCE cards or CHR cards

SERVICE

RESET

Neuron

Chip

SER Rx Tx +5v INI

A = Low voltage switch ON/OFF

B = Maintained contact ON/OFF

C = Maintained contact OFF

D = Maintained contact ON

Input Controller

12

13

14

15

8

9

10

11

6

7

4

5

2

3

0

1

SER = Service Pin

RX = Receive Data

TX = Send Data

+5V = 5V power

INI = Initialization

Pilot Lights

E = Maintained contact OFF

F = Maintained contact ON

G = Contact from timeclock ON/OFF

H = Contact from photocell ON/OFF

To Common Terminal

Transformer T1

120 V, 277 V, 347 V

LonWork Network

A

E

F

G

H

B

C

D

Output Wiring

To other CCE cards or CHR cards

Wire Colors

(Controller to relays)

R1 = Brown

R2 = Red

R3 = Orange

R4 = Yellow

R5 = Green

R6 = Blue

R7 = Purple

R8 = Gray

Output Controller

R5

R6

R7

R8

R1

R2

R3

R4

Local switch if used

Transformer T1

120 V, 277 V, 347 V

55

SERVICE

RESET

Neuron

Chip

SER Rx Tx +5v INI

SER = Service Pin

RX = Receive Data

TX = Send Data

+5V = 5V power

INI = Initialization

Pilot Lights

R9 = White

R10 = Black

R11 = White + Black

R12 = White + Brown

R13 = White + Red

R14 = White + Orange

R15 = White + Yellow

R16 = White + Green

R13

R14

R15

R16

R9

R10

R11

R12

Local switch if used

LonWork Network

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LpL Lighting Control relay panel

(cont.)

Wall- and Surface-Mounted enclosure Dimensions (Without Doors)

Front View (Without door or interior assembly)

Side View for

16, 32, 48, and 64 relay capacity panels

E

K

B

Top View

C

L

Side View for

8 relay capacity panels

A

M

D

K

I J

N

L

O

M

P

N

F

G

H

Q

R

Q

R

Relays

8

16

32

48 or 64

Measurements — mm (in.)

A B C D

42

(1.7)

42

(1.7)

60

(2.4)

149

(5.1)

149

(5.1)

194

(7.6)

149

(5.1)

149

(5.1)

194

(7.6)

46

(1.8)

46

(1.8)

60

(2.4)

60

(2.4)

194

(7.6)

194

(7.6)

60

(2.4)

E

N/A

N/A

27.87

(1.10)

27.87

(1.10)

F

N/A

N/A

27.05

(1.08)

27.05

(1.08)

G

330

(13)

330

(13)

406.8

(16)

406.8

(16)

H

381

(15)

381

(15)

508

(20)

508

(20)

I

345

(13.6)

556

(21.9)

N/A

N/A

J

381

(15)

592

(23.3)

850

(33.5)

1250

(49.2)

K

90

(3.5)

94

(3.7)

55

(2.2)

55

(2.2)

L

101

(4)

101

(4)

190

(7.5)

380

(15)

M

101

(4)

101

(4)

N/A

N/A

N

90

(3.5)

101

(4)

N/A

N/A

O

N/A

101

(4)

190

(7.5)

380

(15)

P

N/A

94

(3.7)

55

(2.2)

55

(2.2)

Q

46

(1.8)

46

(1.8)

55

(2.2)

55

(2.2)

R

101.6

(4)

101.6

(4)

101.6

(4)

101.6

(4)

Surface-Mounted Door Dimensions

Flush – Door Flush – Plate

C

D F

Relays

8

16

32

48 or 64

A

B E

Measurements — mm (in.)

A B

349 (13.7)

349 (13.7)

478 (18.8)

478 (18.8)

493 (19.4)

493 (19.4)

620 (24.4)

620 (24.4)

C

371 (14.6)

582 (22.9)

838 (33)

D

493 (19.4)

704 (27.7)

962 (37.9)

1238 (48.7) 1362 (53.6)

E

493 (19.4)

493 (19.4)

620 (24.4)

620 (24.4)

F

493 (19.4)

704 (27.7)

962 (37.9)

1362 (53.6)

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architectural Dimming

Architectural dimming provides an opportunity to transform a space, manage moods, conserve energy, and improve the quality of life.

To make the building environment as responsive, productive and attractive as possible, Schneider Electric offers a wide range of architectural dimming solutions. From convention centers to libraries or restaurants to ballrooms our dimming systems are capable of providing the most demanding precise control tailored for the application.

arCHIteCturaL DIMMInG

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intouch control stations

for use with architectural Dimming Systems by Schneider electric

The inTouch Control Stations by Schneider Electric offer a powerful and elegant interface to the Architectural Dimming Systems by Schneider Electric.

The inTouch family of products offers an extensive line of user interfaces including

6 and 12 channel master stations as well as a wide variety of entry stations.

The inTouch stations use capacitive touch technology providing touch sensitivity and immediate response. These stations provide a durable user interface with no mechanical parts making them perfect for restaurants, conference rooms, convention centers, and auditoriums.

In conjunction with the Wall-Mounted Architectural Dimming Panels, the inTouch master stations provide control of two areas with up to 18 presets per area. In conjunction with the Architectural Dimming Racks, the stations provide recall of

24 presets and 16 areas as well as other functionality including; macros, room partition control, alternate actions, on/off pairs.

inTouch Control Stations

Benefits

• Aesthetic design/state of the art interface

• Durable design for rugged environments

• Ease of programming technical information

Master Stations

Mechanical

Display

Frame

Mounting

Programmable presets with individual channel control.

Rugged ABS frame with a Lexan overlay covering the control section.

Mounts in a standard multi-gang masonry style backbox (furnished by others) with no visible fasteners.

A graphic level backlit LCD displaying the active preset name, fade time, area name, channel page number (ADSM612 only), preset (scroll) names, and menu functions.

Capacitive touch sensing buttons and channel controllers with no moving parts.* Controls

Master Station Backlit

Control Buttons

IR Control

Network Wiring

Full, Off, Scroll, Select, Store, Menu

Integral infrared receiver for wireless preset selection using a CWC handheld transmitter.

Stations require two shielded pair (Belden #9729) plus 3 #14AWG wires.

*Stations with mechanical buttons or potentiometers are not considered equal.

Ordering information:

Contact your local Schneider Electric sales representative for more information.

For Diagram see technical section page 63

product Features

Capacitive touch technology

Commercial grade construction with no mechanical buttons or potentiometers

6 or 12 channel sliders with LED level indicators

(Master Stations)

Graphic level

LCD display

• Multiple channel pages

(ADSM612 with

Dimmer Rack)

Handheld Infrared remote control —

(optional)

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arCHIteCturaL DIMMInG Wall-MOunteD DiMMing SySteMS

Wall-Mounted Dimming Systems

architectural Dimming panels

The Wall-Mounted Architectural Dimming Panel by Schneider Electric provides a simple and easy to install dimming system for environments looking to enhance the architectural design , set mood lighting, set focal points in the space, and save energy.

These dimming panels are compact in their design. They incorporate 6, 9, and 12 circuit configurations.

The panels are available in 120 VAC and 277 VAC options. The dimming modules are available in 2400 watts universal, 3-wire, fluorescent, and non-dim lighting loads.

These panels support multiple digital control inputs including the inTouch Control Stations by Schneider Electric and DMX512 based controllers. Several life safety features are also included in the design of the dimming panels including fire alarm bypass and phase loss control.

Benefits

• Simple, Cost Competitive Design for most dimming applications

• Easy to Install and Program

• Flexibility of control from multiple systems

Wall-Mounted Architectural

Dimming Panels technical information

Dimming Panel Specifications

Enclosure

Dimensions

Main and Neutral Lugs

Operating Temperatures

Load wire terminals

Modular, welded steel cabinet with a textured black powder coat finish and a removable front panel.

Wall mounted design for surface or recessed mounting.

17 in. (W) x 39 in. (H) x 4 in. (D), 43.2 cm (W) x 99.1 cm (H) x 10.2 cm (D)

Rated to 100 amps per phase for 120/208 V, 60 Hz, 3 phase, 4 wire input.

Main lugs suitable for up to #1/0 Ga wire. (Optional 277 V lugs available as required).

104° F ambient (40° C) Thermostatically controlled fans

#8 AWG max.

Standard Universal Dimmer Specifications

Dimmer Rating

Overload Protection

Filtering

Load Control Compatibility

2400 watts continuous duty (1200 watts when used with electronic low-voltage transformers).

20 amp, fully magnetic, switch duty rated circuit breakers per dimmer that is UL listed under UL489 as a branch circuit protector with a minimum 10,000 AIC rating.

Toroidal choke to limit the current rise time to a minimum of 350 micro-seconds as measured from

10% to 90% of the output waveform at maximum level.

Universal dimmer to control incandescent, low-voltage (electronic or magnetic), neon/cold-cathode, quartz, 2-wire phase control dimmable fluorescent ballasts, and non-dimmed (switched) loads.

(Optional) Provide dimmers to control 0-10v and 3-wire dimmable fluorescent ballasts as scheduled.

Dimmer Performance

Temperature Range

Line Voltage Range

Dimming Curve

Voltage Regulation

Efficiency

Output

Certifications

0° to 104° F ambient (0° to 40° C)

90 to 140 volts

Square law

Within 3.5 volts of the input voltage

Exceeds 95%

Symmetrical alternating current (eliminates any DC component to the load)

UL and cUL Listed product Features

• Magnetic Circuit

Breaker for Over Current

Protection

6, 9, & 12 Circuit

Configurations

• 2400 watts of Universal

Dimming

Support Incandescent,

Quartz, Neon/Cold

Cathode, Low Voltage,

Fluorescent, and Non-

Dim Loads

Fire Alarm Bypass

Phase Loss Control

• Supports inTouch

Control Stations by

Schneider Electric and

DMX512 digital controls

• Programmable Dimmer to Channel Patch

Ordering information:

Contact your local Schneider Electric sales representative for more information.

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arCHIteCturaL DIMMInG rack-MOunteD DiMMing SySteMS

rack-Mounted Dimming Systems

The Rack-Mounted Architectural Dimming Panels by Schneider Electric are ideal for small to large projects including professional and educational theaters, television studios, hotels, churches, and convention centers. The universal dimmers include dual 2.4 kW and single 6 KW modules (120 V) or 5.4 kW (277 V) with the standard rise times are 350 uS with 500 uS and 800 uS options. Other modules include nondim, constant circuits, and dimmable fluorescent ballast control, and 3-Wire ballast.

The Rack-Mounted Dimming Panels are compatible with the inTouch Control

Stations by Schneider Electric and provide a seamless interface between a theater’s stage and house light controls. For architectural applications, the basic rack mounted system provides 24 presets in each of 16 independent areas with

128 system control channels while the advanced option expands the system to

512 channels over 64 areas. An Ethernet option provides the connection for remote system monitoring, programming, and subsystem networking. All Ethernet based control and monitoring can be provided using a compatible console or PC.

Architectural applications can be designed as smaller subsystems and networked for single point control, ideal for convention center and large hotel projects.

Rack-Mounted Architectural Dimming Panels

Benefits

• Simple, Cost Competitive Design for most dimming applications

• Easy to Install and Program

• Flexibility of control from multiple systems technical information

Dimmer Cabinet Specifications

Enclosure

Dimensions

Main and Neutral Lugs

Operating Temperatures

Dimmer Mounting

Load Wire Lugs

Certifications

Empty

Weight

Full

Modular, freestanding cabinet with a welded steel frame and locking door over the dimmers.

• ADSR30 16.5 in. (W) x 43.6 in (H) x 11.6 in. (D)

• ADSR60/ADSR120 19.2 in. (W) x 80.2 in (H) x 20.5 in. (D)

120/208 V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase, 4-Wire operation

277/480 V, 60 Hz, 3-Phase, 4-Wire operation

104° F ambient (40° C) Thermostatically controlled fans

Removable Steel trays w/ dimmer alignment guides up to #6 AWG (Optional #2 AWG)

UL and cUL Listed

96 lbs. (43.5 kg)

176 lbs. (79.8 kg)

275 lbs. (124.7 kg)

446 lbs. (202.3 kg)

310 lbs. (140.6 kg)

655 lbs. (301.6 kg) product Features

30, 60, or 120 dimming circuits per rack

Dual 2.4 KW or single

6 KW dimmers per module for 120 V applications. Dual 5.4 KW dimmers per module for

277 V applications

350 uS rise time is standard. 500 uS and 800 uS rise times are optional

Fully magnetic dimmer circuit breakers

• Dimmer feedback and status reporting option

Advanced configuration programming

• 99 backup cues

• Opto-isolated dual DMX connections

Ethernet-based networking option

• Off-line programming

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Standard Universal Dimming Module Specifications

Dimmer Rating

Overload Protection

Filtering

Load Control Compatibility

120/208 V: 2.4 kW* dual or 6.0 kW single module 2400 watts continuous duty or 277/480 V: 5.4 kW

20 amp, fully magnetic, switch duty-rated circuit breakers/dimmer – UL listed under UL489 as a branch circuit protector w/ a min. 10k AIC rating.

Toroidal choke limiting the current rise time to a min. of 350 uS as measured from 10% to 90% of the output waveform at max. level.

Universal dimmer controlling incandescent, low-voltage (electronic or magnetic), neon/cold-cathode, quartz, 2-wire phase control dimmable fluorescent ballasts, & non-dimmed (switched) loads. (Optional)

Provide dimmers to control 0-10v and 3-wire dimmable fluorescent ballasts as scheduled.

Dimmer Performance

Temperature Range

Line voltage Range

Dimming Curve

Voltage Regulation

Efficiency

Output

0° to 104° F ambient (0° to 40° C)

90 to 140 volts

Square law

Within 3.5 volts of the input voltage

Exceeds 95%

Symmetrical alternating current (eliminates any DC component to the load)

*1200 watts when used w/ electronic low-voltage transformers

Ordering information

Catalog Number Description

120/208 V Rack Standard Dimming Modules

Dual 2.4 kW dimmer module with 350 uS chokes

ADSRD22

ADSRD22S

ADSRD22HR

ADSRD22HRS

Dual 2.4 kW dimmer module with 350 uS chokes, sensing

Dual 2.4 kW dimmer module with 500 uS chokes

Dual 2.4 kW dimmer module with 500 uS chokes, sensing

ADSRD22EHR

ADSRD22EHRS

ADSRD16

Single 2.4 kW dimmer module with 800 uS chokes

Single 2.4 kW dimmer module with 800 uS chokes, sensing

Single 6.0 kW dimmer module with 350 uS chokes (no output circuit breaker)

ADSRD22CB

ADSRD12FPC

Dual 20 A constant circuit breaker module

Single 2.4 kW fluorescent dimmer module for phase control dimmable fluorescent ballasts (2 or 3 wire)

ADSRD12FDC

ADSRD22ND

ADSRDFM

Dual 2.4 kW fluorescent dimmer module for dimmable fluorescent ballasts (0 – 10 VDC control)

Dual 20 A non-dim module

Filler module

120/208V Rack Dual Width Dimming Modules

ADSRD16HR Single 6.0 kW dimmer module w/ 500 uS chokes & 4 – 20 A branch circuit breakers

ADSRD16HRS Single 6.0 kW dimmer module w/ 500 uS chokes w/ sensing & 4 – 20 A branch circuit breakers

277/480V Rack Standard Dimming Modules

ADSR2H22 Dual 5.4 kW dimmer module w/ 350uS chokes

ADSR2H22FL

ADSR2H22FDC

ADSR2H22ND

ADSR2H22CB

Single 5.4 kW fluorescent dimmer module for phase control dimmable fluorescent ballasts (2 or 3 wire)

Dual 5.4 kW fluorescent dimmer module for dimmable fluorescent ballasts (0 – 10 VDC control)

Dual 20 A non-dim module

Dual 20 A constant circuit breaker module

Contact your local Schneider Electric sales representative for more information.

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intouch control stations

Master Stations

PAGE

12345

FULL

SCROLL

STORE

MASTER

OF FS ELECTG MENU ROUP

6-Channel Master Station (ADSM606)

6

PAGE

1 23456789

FULL

SCROLL

STORE

MASTER

OF F SELECTG MENU ROUP

12-Channel Master Station (ADSM612)

remote entry Stations

FULL

OFF

2-Button Remote Entry

Station (ADSE602)

FULL

DIM

OFF

3-Button Remote Entry

Station (ADSE603)

1

2

3

4

5

6

OFF

6-Button Remote Entry

Station (ADSE606RL)

10 11 12

Infrared Remote Entry

Station (ASEIR)

OPEN

CLOSE

Combine Closure Entry

Station (ADSECC)

LOCK

UNLOCK

Touch Lock/Unlock Entry

Stations (ADSEL/UL)

Infrared Remote Control

(Optional) (ADSPWC)

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Wall-Mounted Dimming Systems

Dimming panel Dimensions and conduit Stub locations

4 in.

(101.6 mm)

1.5 in.

(38 mm)

14 in.

(355.6 mm)

6 in.

(152.4 mm)

6 in.

(152.4 mm)

5.57 in.

(146 mm)

Conduit Entry

17 in.

(431.8 mm)

Top View

17 in.

(431.8 mm)

39 in.

(990.6 mm)

32.25 in.

(819 mm)

4 in.

(101.6 mm)

Conduit Entry

(See legend)

Bottom View

Power and control conduit entry

Control only conduit entry

8 in.

(203.2 mm)

Side View Front View Back View

rack-Mounted Dimming Systems

20.5 in.

(520.7 mm)

19.2 in.

(487.7 mm)

19.2 in.

(487.7 mm)

Top View

Top View

11.5 in.

(294.6 mm)

16.5 in.

(419 mm)

80.2 in.

(2037.1 mm)

43.6 in.

(1107.4 mm)

Side View Front View

(ADSR120)

Front View

(ADSR60)

Side View Front View

(ADSR30)

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MeaSureMent & VerIfICatIOn paneLS (MVp)

Measurement & Verification panels (MVp)

Understanding the cost of lighting — how much, when and where is essential to gaining a grasp on your stainability measures. The

MVP Panelboards measure energy use all the way to the individual circuit level, allowing you to isolate and manage energy use more precisely for greater energy efficiency and savings. Having the ability to independently control and monitor individual branch circuit loads opens a wide range of options to better understand the dynamics of a building’s performance and make informed decisions on sustainability solutions.

Until now, energy use has been monitored at the panel level preventing facility managers from pin-pointing energy waste. Improving efficiency and reducing energy use costs required a certain amount of guesswork. With MVP, building managers are now able to identify true

“energy wasting culprits” and make adjustments accordingly. MVP will reveal if energy waste is due to electronics in a specific building zone or floor that are left on during unoccupied times, or if lighting load adjustments should be made. The precise power load and energy use data MVP provides, coupled with its lighting controls, allows energy managers to save money while working towards meeting their sustainability goals.

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Measurement and Verification panelboards (MVp)

nF and nQ panelboards

NF and NQ Measurement and Verification Lighting Panelboards are a critical component to any building’s sustainability solutions. In addition to the standard branch over current protection, NF panelboards also incorporate individual branch circuit power metering. Crucial to energy management, this feature allows you to monitor the energy performance of electrical systems at the branch circuit level for improved building-wide energy efficiency. This capability also allows you to verify that sustainable energy conservation measures are performing their intended functions, and provides data for establishing baseline performance studies.

For Diagram see technical section page 69

Branch current and power meter controller

Standard NF or NQ panelboard interior

Standard NF or NQ breakers

42 and 84 circuit configuration available depending on panel options

Features

• Factory assembled in a standard NF or NQ panelboard.

• Industry-leading monitoring capabilities for maximum power reliability.

• Branch circuit power meter supports up to

84 individual branch circuit monitoring points through board mounted individual CTs.

• Main metering capability through optionally provided CTs.

• Network communications via

Modbus

®

RTU.

• Available in 20 inch or

24 inch standard box widths.

• Compatible with

PowerLogic ION

Enterprise, PowerLogic

System Manager, and

PowerLogic SCADA software, giving you reliable, end-to-end power monitoring and control, or available as a standalone panelboard solution with our customized

MVP Software.

Standard panelboard box (20 inch minimum)

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Measurement and Verification panelboards (MVp)

powerlink MVp

Powerlink MVP Intelligent lighting panelboards provide a simple, cost effective, and energy code compliant way to meter and control branch circuits from a standard panelboard. Powerful microprocessor based controllers provide lighting control and power metering. Integral metering is accomplished using the PowerLogic branch circuit power meter (BCPM), a highly accurate, full-featured, multi-branch circuit power meter that provides unrivalled low-current monitoring.

For Diagram see technical section page 69

Main and branch metering controller

Self-contained power supply

Web-based controller

Remotely operated circuit breakers

Standard panel board interior

Features

• Verify energy savings by circuit, zone, space, or complete lighting system*

• Monitor performance to assure system is working as intended*

• Review data for planning and subsequent energy savings opportunities*

• Implement cost according to actual energy used*

• Measure occupancy and usage patterns

• Schedule events, view branch circuit status, and examine system event logs

• Reports for planning and energy savings opportunities

• Alarm notifications when operation falls outside of defined parameters

• Embedded web server

• Automatic sunrise/ sunset tracking with offsets

• Offers the widest dynamic monitoring range within its class

• Attain a granular vision of power and energy use to pinpoint areas for optimization or areas in need of additional capacity

* Requires BMS or Metering UI to utilize these features

Standard panel board box (20 inch minimum)

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powerlink Measurement and Verification Lighting panelboard (MVp) current Sensor Strips

20.3 in. (516 mm)

1.1 in.

(28 mm)

1.3 in.

(33 mm)

0.75 in. option

2.0 in.

(50 mm)

Slot: 0.25 x 0.5 in.

(7 x 13 mm)

0.8 in.

(20 mm)

0.4 in. (10 mm) opening

0.75 in. (19 mm) on center

25.0 in. (635 mm)

1.2 in.

(31 mm)

1.2 in.

(30 mm)

1.0 in. option

2.0 in.

(50 mm)

Slot: 0.25 x 0.5 in.

(7 x 13 mm)

0.4 in. (10 mm) opening

1.0 in. (26 mm) on center

circuit Board with Mounting Bracket

8.3 in.

(211 mm)

7.9 in.

(200 mm)

3.9 in.

(100 mm)

Ø = 0.2 in.

(5 mm)

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4.8 in.

(122 mm)

5.8 in.

(146 mm)

1.75 in.

(45 mm)

7.3 in.

(184 mm)

8.9 in.

(288 mm)

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powerlink lighting control

For many designers, the engineering of a suitable lighting control system has become a daunting task. The designer must balance space constraints, equipment/installation costs, maintenance and operational concerns, while ensuring a code-compliant installation.

Fortunately, the Powerlink G3 lighting control system addresses concerns by:

Complying with codes

With today’s high available fault currents, it’s extremely important that your system meets code requirements. The Powerlink

G3 system is fully UL listed and meets

NEC

®

requirements.

Using standard lighting panelboards

All Powerlink G3 components mount in the panel just like a standard circuit breaker.

Documenting your control system layout is as simple as indicating which branch circuits are to be controlled.

Saving space

Since the lighting control system is located inside the lighting panelboard, valuable wall and floor space is available for more productive uses. Schneider

Electric also offers space-saving, columnwidth panelboards and flexible modular panelboard systems.

Building Integration & Control

Today more than ever, building owners and facility managers want to get the most out of every dollar invested in their building infrastructure. Powerlink lighting control systems integrate easily with other building systems as part of an energy management system or building automation system, supporting common open protocols such as

BACnet and Modbus. Compared to standard lighting panelboards, Powerlink lighting control systems typically achieve enough energy savings to pay for the panelboard many times over.

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g3 panel Mounted components

Up to eight panels can be operated from a single controller.

A self-contained power supply furnishes the power for remotely operated circuit breaker switching and for the system’s electronics.

The intelligence of the Powerlink G3 system comes from its microprocessor- based controller. It processes many signals that originate externally from control devices, such as switches or sensors, or from its powerful internal time scheduler that switches breakers according to predefined daily schedules.

Innovative Schneider Electric remote-operated circuit breakers combine the protective features of conventional circuit breakers with the switching functions of a contactor.

Conventional EDB circuit breakers can be readily incorporated into a G3 panel.

Plug-on control bus strips act as the bridge between the circuit breakers and the electronic control components of a Powerlink G3 system.

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& Custom panel Boards

The NF Panelboard offers superior performance and application flexibility for commercial and industrial electrical systems up to 480Y/277 V. Schneider Electric is the only lighting control supplier that offers a full range of enclosure options including NEMA Type 3R, 5 and 12. The following designs are available to suit your needs:

Standard

– The NF Panelboard offers superior performance and application flexibility for commercial and industrial electrical systems up to 480Y/277 V. This versatile lighting and power distribution panelboard features a wide selection of circuit breakers, accessories, and ready-to-install kits, as well as 200% rated neutrals for non-linear loads.

Column-width

– These innovative panels are designed to fit into a standard size W, H, or I-beam support columns commonly found in distribution and industrial facilities. Column-width panelboards can also be wall mounted, saving valuable floor and wall space where tight equipment space is a concern.

Modular Panelboard Systems (MPS)

– This panel system bundles electrical distribution equipment into a single, factory assembled and wired integrated system. This approach replaces the traditional method of independently mounting each panelboard and lighting control system, which saves space and reduces installation time. Modular panelboard systems are tailored to specifications and are available with a mix of

Schneider Electric NQOD, NF, NF Column-width and Schneider Electric Powerlink interiors, as well as optional power and control wiring, dry type transformers, lighting contactors, transient voltage surge suppression

(TVSS) units, and enclosure space for field installed equipment. All MPS panelboards are Underwriters

Laboratories (UL) Listed under File E33139 (Panelboard UL67).

Integrated Power Center (IPC)

– This integrated system offers the wide range of factory assembled and wired panelboards interiors, dry type transformers, and lighting control as offered with the MPS line. In addition, the IPC offers factory installed and programmed building management systems, automatic transfer switches, and motor starters. Regardless of your system complexity, Schneider Electric has the expertise to integrate your requirements into one optimized, cost effective, space saving solution. IPCs are Underwriters Laboratories

(UL) Listed under file E83877 (Dead-Front Switchboard UL891).

For Diagram see technical section page 88

NF Column Width Panelboard

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remotely Operated ecB-g3 circuit Breakers

Powerlink G3 remotely operated circuit breakers are designed for installation in

Schneider Electric NF Lighting Panelboards as part of the Schneider Electric Powerlink

G3 Lighting Control System. These circuit breakers provide the same overcurrent protection as found in standard circuit breakers.

the Best in remote Operation

• Robust 24 Vdc motor and highly effective trip mechanism provide unequaled remote operation capability in terms of compact size, electrical ratings, and mechanical life.

• Motor and drive train can open and close the contacts when the circuit breaker handle is in the ON position.

• Contacts cannot be closed remotely when the handle is in the OFF position or the circuit breaker is tripped.

ECB-G3 Series Remotely Operated Circuit Breakers

• Manual override selector located on the front of the breaker provides by-pass of automated control command.

• In manual mode, the motor drive train is disconnected from the contact, allowing the circuit breaker handle to operate the contacts like a conventional circuit breaker.

• Remote contact status indication – determines the presence or absence of voltage on the load side terminal of the circuit breaker.

product Features

• 200,000 cycles (ON/OFF) load endurance

Remote and local status

Manual override

Extra large load terminal

tripping System with true rMS Sensing

• Schneider Electric Powerlink ECB-G3 circuit breakers have a permanent trip unit that contains a factory preset thermal (overload) trip element and a magnetic (short circuit) trip element in each pole.

• The thermal trip element – true RMS sensing and is calibrated to carry the continuous current rating of the circuit breaker at 140° F (40° C) free air ambient temperature.

technical information

Voltage

Interrupting capacity

Terminals

Standards

120 Vac 240 Vac

65 kAIR

(1) #14 – 8 AL or (1) #14 – 8 CU

65 kAIR

UL Listed 489, NEMA Standard AB-1-1986, CSA Standard 22.5

*For series connector ratings, see page 89

480/277 Vac

14 kAIR

Catalog Number

ECB14015G3*

ECB14020G3*

ECB14030G3

*Switch Duty Rated

**Not available in 480 V

One-Pole

15 Amp

20 Amp

30 Amp

Catalog Number

ECB24015G3*

ECB24020G3*

ECB24030G3

Two-Pole

15 Amp

20 Amp

30 Amp

Catalog Number

ECB34015G3*

ECB34020G3*

ECB32030G3

Three-Pole

15 Amp

20 Amp

30 Amp**

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for emergency lighting circuits

Powerlink ECB-G3EL circuit breakers provide a means to comply with the requirements of the NEC, 700.12.

The circuit breaker contains both a remotely operated switched circuit for controlling the luminaires, and a manually operated unswitched circuit, which provides power to the unit emergency equipment’s charging and detection circuit. Both circuits are electrically tied to the same source via a single common bolt-on connection that receives its supply from the panelboard bus.

Both circuits of the ECB-G3EL breaker contain a thermal-magnetic trip mechanism that protects their associated conductors from overcurrent. The circuit breaker provides a common trip function ensuring that both circuits will open whenever a fault occurs on either of the circuits. It also provides a common handle tie to ensure that both circuits are manually switched together.

technical information

Voltage

Interrupting capacity

Terminals

Standards

120 Vac

65 kAIR

240 Vac

65 kAIR

(1) #14 – 8 AL or (1) #14 – 8 CU

UL Listed 489, NEMA Standard AB-1-1986, CSA Standard 22.5

Catalog Number

ECB142020G3EL

Description

20 Amp

480/277 Vac

14 kAIR

ECB-G3EL Remotely Operated

Circuit Breakers for Emergency

Lighting Circuits

product Features

200,000 cycles load endurance

Remote and local status

Manual override

• Extra large load terminal

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g3 control Bus

Powerlink G3 Control Buses provide the interface between the system controller and remotely operated circuit breakers. Specifically, they distribute 24 Vdc switching power and control signals to switch remotely operated circuit breakers and report circuit breaker status back to the system controller.

One to four control bus strips can be mounted in a single panelboard. If only one control bus is required, it is always mounted on the left-hand side of a standard panelboard or at the top of a column-width panelboard.

technical information

Operating Temperature

(external panelboard ambient)

Storage Temperature

Operating Humidity

ESD Immunity

RF Susceptibility

Electrical Fast Transient

Susceptibility

Electrical Surge Susceptibility, power line

Electrical Surge Susceptibility, interconnection lines

Standards

23° F to 104° F (-5° C to 40° C)

-4° F to 185° F (–20° C to 85° C)

5% to 95% (non-condensing)

IEC 1000, Level 4

IEC 1000, Level 3

IEC 1000, Level 3

IEC 1000, Level 4

IEC 1000, Level 3

FCC Part 15, Class A; UL Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment

Catalog Number

NF12SBLG3

NF12SBRG3

NF18SBLG3

NF18SBRG3

NF21SBLG3

NF21SBRG3

Max. Control Circuits

12

12

18

18

21

21

Orientation

Left

Right

Left

Right

Left

Right

Ceiling Mounted Occupancy

Sensor Ultrasonic

product Features

• Attaches to NF

Panelboard interior mounting rail.

Modular connectors provide secure plug-in connections for remotely operated circuit breakers and control electronics.

No open electronics.

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power Supply

Powerlink G3 Power Supply provides power to operate the controller, control buses and remotely operated circuit breakers. The power supply attaches to an NF Panelboard interior in the same manner as a standard

3-pole circuit breaker.

The power supply derives its power from the panelboard interior bus and converts the line voltage into two separate supplies: one supply furnishes the controller with a 24 Vdc,

Class 2 source; the other supply furnishes the control bus and subnet with a 24 Vdc, Class 1 source.

An optional type of power supply, furnished with primary leads, is available for use with a separately derived primary power source. This option is often used in applications where the system must remain operational during power outages. In such applications, the external leads are connected to an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) or alternate power source.

In 20-inch (508 mm) wide panels, the power supply is always located in the upper left-hand corner of the interior.

The controller is mounted adjacent to the power supply on the right-hand side.

technical information

Power Supply

Operating Temperature

(external panelboard ambient)

Storage Temperature

Operating Humidity

ESD Immunity

RF Susceptibility

23° F to 104° F (-5° C to 40° C)

-4° F to 185° F (–20° C to 85° C)

5% to 95% (non-condensing)

IEC 1000, Level 4

IEC 1000, Level 3

Electrical Fast Transient

Susceptibility

Electrical Surge Susceptibility, power line

Electrical Surge Susceptibility, interconnection lines

Standards

Catalog Number

NF120PSG3

NF240PSG3

NF277PSG3

NF120PSG3L

NF240PSG3L

NF277PSG3L

IEC 1000, Level 3

IEC 1000, Level 4

IEC 1000, Level 3

FCC Part 15, Class A; UL Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment

Voltage

120 V

240 V

277 V

120 V

240 V

277 V

Primary Source

Panel Bus

Panel Bus

Panel Bus

External Leads

External Leads

External Leads

product Features

Attaches to panelboard interior, occupies three adjacent pole spaces.

• External lead for connection to panel neutral.

Modular connectors provide secure plugin connections for connection to left-hand side control bus and controller.

LED indication of Class

1 and Class 2 voltage sources operational status.

• Removable communication terminal block for making subnet connections.

Internally self-protected against short circuits and electrical surges.

Low continuous power draw, less than 20 VA.

• Optional external leads for connection to remote power source.

No open electronics.

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controllers

Powerlink G3 product line offers a simple, cost-effective means for controlling branch lighting circuits. Five distinct systems provide a variety of capabilities to meet virtually any need.

500 level System

• Designed to be used in conjunction with other control devices such as: External time clocks, access readers, occupancy sensors, or other building systems.

• Control devices provide either dry-contact closures or digital serial communications.

• Incorporates internal programmable timers.

• Controller responds to commands from control devices by automatically switching a programmed group of lighting circuits.

1000 level System

• Includes all the features of the 500 level system, Plus:

• Incorporates a flexible time scheduler that eliminates the need for external time clocks. Includes many control features not found in traditional, mechanical time clocks or energy management systems.

• Ideally suited for stand-alone systems in retail, office, institutional, and industrial facilities.

2000 level System

• Includes all the features of the 1000 level system, Plus:

• Combines the control, input, and scheduling features of the NF1000 with the added benefit of embedded Ethernet connectivity.

• Peer-to-peer (P2P) control network connectivity allows different controllers to share input signals, schedules, and lighting zone states.

• Ethernet connectivity reduces network installation costs by eliminating the need for a dedicated lighting control network.

3000 level System

• Combines control, input, and scheduling features of the 2000 level controller, Plus:

• Embedded web server for remote access without dedicated software

• Automated alarms notify users via email when pre-defined events occur

(eg: trip breakers)

Controller

3000c level System

• 3000C controller adds all the features of the 3000 level controller, plus the ability to integrate with C-Bus devices on the C-Bus network

Bacnet capability

• The Building Automation and Control network (BACnet) communication protocol is being incorporated into the existing Powerlink G3 controller design. The

BACnet protocol allows Powerlink panels to be easily integrated into a Building Automation System (BAS) employing this open communication standard without the need for communication bridges or gateways.

controller Models

The following Powerlink G3 controller models support

‘native’ BACnet communications, BACnet IP, and

BACnet MS/TP on RS-485:

• NF2000G3 — Ethernet communications, shared remote inputs, network time synchronization

• NF3000G3 — Email upon alarm, onboard web pages for status/control/configuration

• NF3000G3C — C-Bus communications (ability to interface with a C-Bus lighting control network)

* NF3000G3C does not have RS485 capabilities (BACnet MS/TP)

Catalog Number

NF500G3

NF1000G3

NF1000G3N2

NF2000G3

NF3000G3

NF3000G3C

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Controller Type

500 Level Powerlink G3 Controller

1000 Level Powerlink G3 Controller

1000 Level Powerlink G3 Controller w/N2 Protocol

2000 Level Powerlink G3 Controller

3000 Level Powerlink G3 Controller

3000 Level Powerlink G3 Controller w/C-Bus Capabilities

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controller Feature comparison

Feature

Input Terminals

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2-wire

2-wire with status feedback

‚

3-wire

Input Types

2-wire normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC)

2-wire NO or NC, with automatic blink notification

2-wire maintained toggle

2-wire momentary toggle

2-wire momentary ON or momentary OFF

3-wire momentary

Input timers (1 sec. up to 18 hours)

Input synchronization

Sentry ® Switch support

ON delay/OFF delay

Time Scheduler

Independent schedules

ON-OFF periods/schedule

7-day 24-hour repeating schedule

32 special event/holiday periods

Automatic daylight savings

Sunrise/sunset with offsets

Network time synchronization (requires TCP connection)

Network Variables

Communications inputs (network accessible)

Remote sources (per controller)

Maximum subscriptions

Zones

Maximum number

Maximum sources per zone

Configurable source logic (OR, AND, XOR, XNOR, NOR, NAND, LAST EVENT)

Maximum remotely operated circuit breakers (per subnet)

Blink notice (single, double, delay no blink)

ON-time

Networking

RS-232 port/RS-485 port

Ethernet (10BaseT port)

Protocols

BACnet

C-Bus

Modbus ASCI/RTU

Modbus TCP

Johnson Controls N2

DMX512

Front Panel

LED display with cover

Backlit LCD display

Password or front panel disable

Memory

Non-volatile memory for programs and configuration

On-board capacitor to power clock chip during power outage

Flash memory for firmware upgrade

Viewing Options

Event Log

Strike Counter

Alarm viewing via Event Log

Alarm viewing via e-mail

Web-based setup, control and status monitoring

Terminals accept 24-18 AWG conductors

®

System Level

500

8

8

8

X

X

64

64

1

168

X

®

X

®

X

®

X

®

X

®

X

X

®

X

®

X

®

X

®

X

®

X

X

®

1000

16

8

8

X

X

X

ê

X

64

64

2

^

168

X

X

16

24

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

2000

16

8

8

64

32

256

64

4

X

168

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

®

+

X

+

X

X

X

† 3000G3C controller

+ Not available with NF1000G3N2 controllers.

16

24

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

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X

X

X

X †

X

X

X

64

32

256

64

4

X

168

X

X

16

24

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

3000

16

8

8

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

^ And/or last event

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remote Source controller

The Powerlink Remote Source Controller (RSC) provides additional scheduling and dry-contact inputs via high speed Ethernet connectivity that links a wide variety of input devices to a 2000 or 3000 level Square D Powerlink system.

product Features

• High Speed Connectivity

• Ethernet communication eliminates bottlenecks typically associated with serial devices.

• Uses existing LAN infrastructure to reduce input wiring cost.

• Uses convenient radial feeds to independent input devices; this avoids pitfalls that are typically associated with daisy-chained network digital switches.

Remote Source Controller

powerful control capability

• Supports (16) 2-wire inputs, (8) 2-wire inputs with status output, or (8) 3-wire inputs.

• Fully configurable from LCD display/keypad or via LCS/PCS software.

• Specifically designed to operate in conjunction with 2000 and 3000 level controllers.

• Any RSC input can be set up to control any remotely operated circuit breaker connected to the system.

• Assignable input timers, input synchronization, and programmable behavior according to specified time period.

• Provides an additional (16) independent time schedules that can be configured to operate any circuit breaker or zone configured on the system.

product Features

NEMA Type 1 enclosure w/knockouts

UL Listed

technical information

Dimensions

Mounting

Ethernet Port

Inputs

Outputs

Auxiliary Power

Terminal Wire Range

Input Voltage

Input Power Requirements

Standards

12 in. x 12 in. x 6 in. (304.8 mm x 304.8 mm x 152.4 mm)

Wall mount

(1) 10BaseT port

(16) dedicated 2-wire inputs or (8) 3-wire inputs

(8) outputs (max of 60 mA total for all outputs combined)

24 Vdc (100 mA max)

#24 – 18AWG

120/240/277 Vac

20 VA max

UL Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment

Catalog Number

RSC16G3120

RSC16G3240

RSC16G3277

Description

120 V

240 V

277 V

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remote Mount controller

With the new Remote Mount Controller (RMC), Powerlink electronics can be mounted externally to the panelboard, freeing up valuable circuit spaces. RMCs are also useful in applications where access to panelboards is not permitted.

Benefits

• Saves valuable circuit space: mounts on wall space next to any existing panelboard.

• Saves Time and Money: RMCs are easy to install for retrofit applications. They mount quickly and easily to reduce costly installation and downtime.

• Power and Flexibility: add Lighting Control to any new or existing panelboard application. RMCs are available with any POWERLINK G3 controller — it’s the perfect fit.

Remote Mount Controller

Catalog Number

RMC500G3120

RMC500G3240

RMC500G3277

RMC1000G3120

RMC1000G3240

RMC1000G3277

RMC1000N2G3120

RMC1000N2G3240

RMC1000N2G3277

RMC2000G3120

RMC2000G3240

RMC2000G3277

RMC3000G3120

RMC3000G3240

RMC3000G3277

Controller

500

500

2000

2000

2000

3000

3000

3000

500

1000

1000

1000

1000N2

1000N2

1000N2

For Diagram see technical section page 92

Type Voltage

120 Vac

240 Vac

277 Vac

120 Vac

240 Vac

277 Vac

120 Vac

240 Vac

277 Vac

120 Vac

240 Vac

277 Vac

120 Vac

240 Vac

277 Vac

product Features

NEMA 1 enclosure with hinged door for access to controller and connections.

Compact dimensions –

12 in. x 12 in. x 6 in.

(305 mm x 305 mm x

152 mm)

Integral power supply for connection to 120 V,

240 V, and 277 V systems.

Full range of Powerlink

G3 controller options

UL Listed 916 Energy

Management Equipment

Low power consumption

– 20 VA max.

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lcS advanced and lcS Basic software convenient Desktop access

Unlock the potential of the Powerlink G3 lighting control system with LCS Basic and

Advanced software from Schneider Electric. Schedule events, override lighting, and check the status of breaker with the click of a button. Easy-to-navigate software gives a whole new meaning to lighting control.

• Reduce costly down time by using a personal computer to access information and programming.

• Create schedules that easily apply to all controllers within a system, rather than programing each controller individually.

• Quickly view branch circuit status. (on, off, tripped, or non-responding)

• Examine system event logs, make configuration modifications, create or modify schedules, initiate overrides, and upgrade firmware.

Multi-Device Support (lcS advanced)

Imagine having the ability to configure, monitor, or control a hundred or more panels at one time. LCS makes it a reality. From a large office building, college campus, military base, and manufacturing facility, to a small retail site, users of LCS Advanced have the ability to configure the entire system from one location, greatly reducing commissioning, monitoring, and control time. Users can quickly view branch circuit status (on, off, tripped, or non-responding) for the entire system at one time. Examine system event logs, make configuration modifications, create or modify time schedules, initiate overrides, and upgrade firmware simultaneously.

Security

LCS allows different levels of access to a lighting control system. Time, date and user access is recorded in the system log, and user changes and access needs can be restricted.

Firmware & Software updates

Easy to use firmware upgrade features are built directly into the LCS software. This not only allows the user to access the latest and greatest releases, but now LCS gives the user the ability to upgrade their software online as well.

reporting

LCS adds reporting functionality with customizable filtering and logging. Forgot when the last lamping project happened? With a click of a button a user can access breaker on-times and reset counters.

Print and export reports to compile system trends.

templates

LCS implements a new approach to programming Powerlink G3 controllers by using global templates. Global templates allow the user to send “like” configuration data to multiple devices at one time. For instance, a single schedule can be setup one time and applied to multiple devices.

compare

LCS brings a new capability of comparing configurations stored on a computer to the configuration in the Powerlink G3 controller and notifies the user of the differences.

Device Discovery (lcS advanced)

LCS Advanced software allows discovery of controller devices, taking the guess work out of communication setup. Don’t have the IP address of the controllers that are needed to program, monitor, or control? Device discovery allows users to easily setup a system by searching the network and detecting supported devices. Find devices that are connected to a network using a serial, TCP, or gateway connection. Discovered devices can be added to the current system with the click of a button.

restore

LCS can restore configurations to an earlier version, with the click of a button, a backup of the original configuration is readily available.

network File Sharing repository

LCS allows users to save and retrieve configuration files on remote servers creating less confusion when multiple users are accessing and programming the system.

File archiving

LCS is not tied to any proprietary databases. LCS uses standard file/folder archiving.

Need to email a configuration to a facility manager? No problem, just attach the file, click send, and away it goes. No more importing and exporting from a database.

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Minimum hardware requirements

This software is designed to operate on a PC meeting the following requirements:

• Processor: 800 MHz, RAM: 512 MB

• Hard Drive: 500 MB available, Video 1024x768 minimum resolution

• Media: CD-ROM

• Inputs: Keyboard and Mouse

recommended hardware requirements

• Processor: 1.6 GHz

• RAM: 1 GB

• Hard Drive: 500 MB available, Video 1280x1024 minimum resolution

• Media: CD-ROM

• Inputs: Keyboard and Mouse

technical information

Features

Support for NFG3 Devices

NFG3 Setup

NFG3 Status

NFG3 Control

Controller Notes

Firmware Downloads

Device Clear Memory

Device Soft Reset

Device Configuration Comparison

Schedule/Special Day Templates

Restore to Previous Configuration (limited to 1 back-up)

Reports

Controller Out-of-sync Status (online only)

Device Discovery

Security

On-line Health Checks

Group Devices by Logical Set (multiple devices)

User Defined Location for Storing Data

Support for Future Devices

Online Updates

LCS supports list of available autopoll periods for status screens of user’s choice

LCS allows a user to define as many accounts as needed based on 4 levels of ability

(Software Supervisors, Supervisors, Power Users and Operators)

LCS Basic

X

X

®

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X



X

X

LCS Advanced

X

X

X

X

®

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X



X

X

Catalog Number

LCSBASIC

LCSBASICUP

LCSADVANCED

LCSADVANCEDUP

Description

LCS Basic (CD)

Full upgrade from PCS to LCS Basic (CD)

LCS Advanced (CD)

Full upgrade from PCS to LCS Advanced (CD)

Supported Operating Systems

Windows XP

®

Service Pack 2, Windows Vista

®

,

Windows 7

®

.

required Software

The software requires the following Microsoft software applications to be installed: .NET Framework v2.0,

Windows Installer v3.1 or later, Internet Explorer v6.0 or later.

The quick links and eye-catching icons of LCS software offers users a convenient and easy to use interface to the Powerlink G3 lighting control system.

With LCS, enjoy the comfort of tiered security access levels, ensuring that sensitive data and information is always well protected.

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accessories

Slave address Selector

The Slave Address Selector is required for each slave panel connected to a subnet. The slave address selector establishes a unique system address for the panel that is both essential for system operation and useful when the system is accessed from a remote location. The slave address selector plugs directly onto control buses.

• Rotary operated switch labeled 0–7 for addressing panels

• Removable terminal block for connecting subnet cable

• Modular plug for connecting the Slave Address Selector to smart bus using the Slave Bus Connect Harness

Slave Bus connect harness assembly

The Slave Bus Connect Harness assemblies are required in slave panels furnished with two control buses. The harness contains modular plugs on each end.

column-width controller cable

A Column-width Controller Cable is required to connect the power supply to the controller when used in an NF

Column-width Panelboard.

remote Mounting adapter

The Remote Mounting Adapter provides a means for mounting a Powerlink controller and power supply in a separate enclosure.

This bracket is ideal for retrofit applications where all 42 circuit spaces in the panelboard are required for branch circuit breakers.

controller Front panel Serial cable

The Controller Front Panel Serial Cable is used to make direct RS-232 connections from the controller to a PC or laptop computer.

custom Barrier kit

The custom barrier kit provides a heavy-duty barrier for separating class II control circuits from power wiring.

Modem kit

This kit, which is designed specifically for Schneider Electric Powerlink G3 controllers, contains all the necessary components for use with the controller.

rS-485/rS-232 converter kit

The RS-485/RS-232 converter kit allows connection from the RS-485 port of the controller to the serial port of a personal computer.

Subnet cable

Four wire cable for connecting panels together in a subnet configuration.

Catalog Number

NFSELG3

NF2HG3

NFCW3G

NFADAPTERG3

NFFPC3G

NFASBKG3

6382G3MODEM

6382RS485G3KIT

SLSLVS1Rx

SLSLVS2Rx

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Description

Slave address selector

Slave bus connect harness

Column width controller cable

Remote mounting adaptor

Controller front panel serial cable

Custom barrier kit

Modem kit

RS-485 converter kit

1-button Schneider Electric relay panel switch with LED

2-button Schneider Electric relay panel switch with LED

Catalog Number

Subnet Cable

NFSN06

NFSN10

NFSN25

NFSN50

Demo Cases

63249-401-117

63249-401-118

Description

6' (1.83 m) sub-net cable

10' (3.05 m) sub-net cable

25' (7.62 m) sub-net cable

50' (15.24 m) sub-net cable

Powerlink Demo Kit — Standard Case

Powerlink Demo Kit — Pelican Case

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Device power Supply

The Powerlink Device Power Supply is used to distribute power on a C-Bus network.

Placed on the network, device power supplies will provide the current necessary for operating a variety of passive Schneider Electric C-Bus devices.

A Device Power Supply consists of a 8M enclosure containing one or two Power

Supplies (120 or 277 Vac).

technical information

Nominal Line

Voltage

Maximum Line

Current

Electrical Isolation

Current Output

Dimensions

Weight

Operating

Environment

Operates at 120 or 277 Vac, ±10%, with a frequency range from

50 – 60 Hz

9.9 mA for 120 V power supply 4.3 mA for 277 V power supply

3.75 kV RMS from C-Bus to the line

350 mA (single power supply unit) 700 mA (dual power supply unit)

12.57 in. (L) x 8.88 in. (W) x 3.8 in. (D) [319 mm (L) x 226 mm (W) x 97 mm (D)]

One power supply: 8.84 lb (4.01 kg) Two power supplies: 9.28 lb (4.21 kg)

Temp.: 32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C) RH: 95%, noncondensing

Standards

UL: Listed 508A Industrial Control Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 89

Powerlink Device Power Supply

Catalog Number

NFDP1120G3C

NFDP2120G3C

NFDP1277G3C

NFDP2277G3C

Description

120 V Powerlink Single Power Supply

120 V Powerlink Dual Power Supply

277 V Powerlink Single Power Supply

277 V Powerlink Dual Power Supply

product Features

• Surface-mount NEMA

Type 1 enclosure with cover

Unit and C-Bus LEDs indicate the status of the line voltage and the network

Sources up to 700 mA

(dual power supplies) to the C-Bus network

120 or 277 Vac models available

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Device router

The Powerlink Device Router allows the exchange of data between a Powerlink

NF3000G3C controller and Schneider Electric C-Bus devices.

The bidirectional device router can receive data from the C-Bus input devices and send the data to the Powerlink panel/network. It can also receive data such as a contact closure from the Powerlink input and send that data to a C-Bus output/network.

The device router consists of a C-Bus 8M enclosure containing a PC Interface and a Power Supply (120 Vac or 277 Vac). Communication between the device router and the NF3000G3C controller is made with the included 50-foot serial cable.

technical information

Nominal Line Voltage

Operates at 120 or 277 Vac, ±10%, with a frequency range from 50 – 60 Hz

Maximum Line Current 9.9 mA for 120 V device router 4.3 mA for 277 V device router

Electrical Isolation

Current Output

Status Indicators

3.75 kV RMS from C-Bus to the line

350 mA to the C-Bus network

Unit and Unit/Comms: Line voltage, unit power, and data transmission

C-Bus: Power levels and presence of C-Bus clock

Serial Connection

C-Bus Connection

Data Cable

(1) 9-pin RS-232 D-type serial connector; (2) RS-232 RJ-45 connectors

(2) RJ-45 sockets for connection to the C-Bus network

50 ft serial

Dimensions

Standards

12.57 in. (L) x 8.88 in. (W) x 3.8 in. (D)

[319 mm (L) x 226 mm (W) x 97 mm (D)]

Weight 9.1 lbs (4.13 kg)

Operating Environment Temp.: 32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C) RH: 95%, noncondensing

UL: Listed 508A Industrial Control Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 89

Powerlink Device Router

product Features

Surface-mount NEMA 1 enclosure, with cover

Unit, Unit/Comms, and C-Bus LEDs indicate the status of data transmission and power to the unit and the network

System network clock for synchronizing communications data

Network power source, supplying up to 350 mA

120 or 277 Vac models available

Catalog Number

NFDR120G3C

NFDR277G3C

Description

120 V Powerlink Device Router

277 V Powerlink Device Router

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Dimensional Drawings nF panelboard (indoor enclosure)

Flush Mounting W + 1.50 (38 mm)

Surface Mounting W + 0.12 (3 mm)

H

5.75 in.

(146 mm)

Typical Enclosure

Side View

Typical Enclosure

Front View

Flush Mounting W + 1.50 (38 mm) Surface Mounting W + 0.12 (3 mm)

Note:

These dimensions are standard. Please consult factory for special requirements.

Max. Main Lug

Ampere Rating

125 A

250 A

100 A (FIL)

250 A

(JDL, JGL,

JJL, JLL)

800 A**

400 A (LAL, LHL)

Max.

Number of Circuits

42

54

30

18

30*

30

42

54

30

42

54

12

18

30*

30

42

54

12

56

62

50

38

44

50

56

62

62

68

74

32

38

44

50

38

Enclosure

Height (H)

In.

mm

26

26

660

660

813

965

1118

1270

965

965

1118

1270

1422

1575

1270

1422

1575

1575

1727

1880

* 34W only **800A Panelboards are 8¾ in. deep

Max. Main Lug

Ampere Rating

125 A

(EDB, EGB, EJB)

100 A (HDL,

HGL, HJL, HLL)

400 A

600 A

400/600 A

(LCL, LIL)

Max.

Number of Circuits

42

54

30

42

54

30

42

54

18

30

42

12

18

30*

30

56

62

68

56

62

50

74

80

44

38

38

44

50

Enclosure

Height (H)

In.

mm

32

38

813

965

1118

965

965

1118

1270

1422

1575

1270

1422

1575

1727

1880

2032

Column Width panelboard

H

9.69 in.

(246 mm)

Typical Enclosure

Front View

5.60 in.

(142 mm)

Typical Enclosure

Side View

Max. Number of Circuits Max. Main Lug Ampere Rating

Ready-to-Assemble (Also Available Factory Assembled)

Column Width — Main Lugs Only

30

42

125 A

225 A

Column Width — Main Circuit Breaker

30 125 A

42 225 A

Enclosure Height (H)

In.

mm

59

71

59

71

1499

1803

1499

1803

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Device power Supply/Device router

8.9 in.

(226 mm)

3.8 in.

(97 mm)

A, B

B, C, D, E

A

B, C, D, E

B, C, D, E

12.57 in.

(319 mm)

A

Front view showing height and width Side view showing depth

B, C, D, E

B, C, D, E

B, C, D, E

Conduit knockouts for the 8M enclosure

C-Bus 8M Enclosure Knockouts

Symbol

Conduit Size

A

½

B

¾

C

1

D

E

Short Circuit Current rating table

This table lists the UL short-circuit current ratings for NF panelboards including ECB-G3 circuit breakers. The ratings apply to an integral main located in the same enclosure or a remote main located in a separate enclosure.

NF Panelboard SCCR Table

Max. System Voltage Max. Short Circuit Current Rating

120 120/240 240

277

480Y/277

65,000

100,000

125,000

200,000

35,000

65,000

100,000

200,000

Integral or Remote Main Circuit Breaker

EG, FH, FG, KH, LH, MH, MX, HG, JG

EG

EJ, FC, FJ, KC, LC, LX, HJ, JJ

EJ, FC, KC, HJ, JJ

HL, JL

FI, KI, LI, LXI

FI, KI

Class J or T (600 V) 200 A max. fuses

EG, FG, HG, JG, KH, LH

EG, HG, JG

EJ, FC, FJ, KC, LC, LX, HJ, JJ

EJ, FC, KC, HJ, JJ

HL, JL

400 A max. fuses

FI, KI, LI, LXI

FI, KI

200 A max. fuses

Schneider Electric Branch Circuit Breaker

Catalog Designation

EDB, EDB-EPD

ECB-G3

EDB, EDB-EPD, EGB

ECB-G3

EDB, EDB-EPD, EGB, ECB-G3

EDB, EDB-EPD, EGB, EJB

ECB-G3

EDB, EDB-EPD

ECB-G3

EDB, EDB-EPD, EGB

ECB-G3

EDB, EDB-EPD, EGB, EJB

EDB, EDB-EPD, EGB, EJB

ECB-G3

EDB, EDB-EPD, EGB, EJB, ECB-G3

RMS Symmetrical Amperes

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Wiring Diagrams

This section contains wiring diagrams for the Schneider Electric Powerlink G3 systems.

typical low Voltage input connections

Dual

Momentary

Toggle

Momentary

NO or NC

Maintained

Pushbutton

Momentary

Pilot Switch

Various low Voltage Switch types

Pilot Device

24Vdc

7.5mA Max

SW1 SW1

Pilot Device

24Vdc,

7.5mA Max

Per Input

SW2 SW2

Inputs may share the common (+)

4

3 2

Control Wiring

Class 2, #18-22 AWG

1,000 ft. (305 m) Max.

1

Control Wiring

Class 2, #18-22 AWG

1,000 ft. (305 m) Max.

(12)

4

(11)

typical Switch types Wired in parallel

3

(10)

2

(9)

1

typical photo controller Wiring Diagram

Class 2

24V Max.

AL-CU

RS232

RX TX

COM 1

RS485 24V

Class 2

24V Max.

AL-CU

RS232

RX TX

COM 1

RS485

24V

8

4

Typical Controller

Typical Sensor

7

3

6

2

6 7 8

5

1

8 7 6

4

3 2

Controller (Typical)

Common

Control

Control Wiring

Class 2, #18-22 AWG

1,000 ft. (305 m) Max.

5

1

24Vdc, 33 mA

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Class 2,

#18-22 AWG

1,000 ft.

(305 m) Max.

Power 24Vdc

Power

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System architecture

Three levels of communications are provided that can be easily tailored to individual application requirements.

Subnet communications

• Each Schneider Electric Powerlink G3 Controller can directly operate up to eight control buses.

• Controller signals the control buses to switch the associated branch circuits and polls each Schneider Electric Powerlink G3 Circuit Breaker to determine its actual status.

• Communications between the controller and the control buses are made with a 4-wire, Class 1 communications cable (Belden 27326 or equivalent).

• Slave panels (those containing control buses and remotely operated circuit breakers, but no controller) may be mounted up to 400 feet away from the master panel that contains the controller.

ethernet connectivity

Schneider Electric Powerlink G3 2000 and 3000 level controllers have integrated onboard Ethernet capability. In addition to providing high-speed Ethernet access, these controllers allow fast peer-to-peer (P2P) connectivity between panels. With 2000 and 3000 level systems, master panels can share inputs, schedules, and zone status.

• BACnet IP open protocol in 2000 and 3000 level controllers

• Modbus TCP/IP open protocol in 2000 and 3000 level controllers

10 Base-T Network

Hub or Router

Subnet communications allow one controller to operate up to 168 remotely operated branch circuits.

automation network

Controllers

Ethernet Port

• Each controller provides both RS-485 and RS-232 serial ports. Provides access up to 247 controllers using an RS-485 multi-drop configuration.

• An automation level network can also be used to communicate with other building systems such as energy management systems and card access controllers.

The automation network uses widely accepted and supported industrial-proven protocols used by many building automation manufacturers and systems integrators

» Modbus ASCII/RTU open protocol in all Schneider Electric Powerlink

G3 Controllers

» DMX512 protocol in automation level network for theatrical lighting applications in 1000, 2000, and 3000 level controllers

» Optional JCI-N2 protocol for 1000 level controllers

» Optional C-Bus Network capability with NF3000G3C controller and device router

»

BACnet MS/TP open protocol in 2000 and 3000 level controllers

Power Supply

Master

Slave

Slave

Personal Computer or Modem

Ethernet

Cable

Ethernet

Cables

Master

Slave

Slave

RS-232 to

RS-485

Converter

RS-485 Daisy Chain, 2-Wire, Twisted

Pair Belden 9841 or equivalent

Master

Slave

Slave

Master

Slave

Slave

Master

Slave

Slave

Automation networks provide remote access to the lighting control system over an RS-485 network. An

RS-485 network consists of low cost, 2-wire, Class 2 communications cable, Belden 9841 or equivalent.

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powerlink remote Mount controller

4-wire, 18 AWG, Class 1 cable, subnet cable (general cable 236100, Belden

Cable 27326 or equivalent)

Controller

Remote Mount Controller

Slave bus interconnect cable

Slave Panel

Slave Panel

C-Bus network

Below is a typical one-line diagram for creating a local area network using the C-Bus Network capability of level 3000G3C controllers.

All cables shown below are CAT-5.

Ethernet

Powerlink Device Router

PC Interface Power Supply

Hardware Burden

C-Bus Device Network

Powerlink G3

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c-Bus lighting control

The availability of low-cost, powerful microprocessors for building control and management systems has created unprecedented customer expectations for increased control, connectivity and integration of electrical and low-voltage systems.

Lower installation cost

With its unique distributed control system, you can place relays and dimmers in various locations and connect them directly to the network – eliminating the need to run cable back to a separate enclosure near centrally located processors.

C-Bus keypads

These aesthetically pleasing faceplates lend a sophisticated look to virtually any space. They’re as elegant as they are well-engineered.

Fully-scalable solution

Whether you’re creating a lighting control system for a single room or a whole facility, Schnieder Electric lighting control offers scalable systems to fit your exact needs. Our C-Bus solutions are designed around the size and requirements of your application. All this with a common platform and easy installation practices.

Talk about flexibility.

C-Bus touch screens

Our unified wall-mounted panels allow you to control lighting systems and accessories with the touch of a finger. Designed with versatility in mind, these sleek touch screens are easy to install, customize and use.

They’re compact yet powerful. Simple to operate yet highly flexible. A desktop model is available when wall space is limited or for added convenience.

Simple cabling/any topology

Since the C-Bus system uses standard Cat-5 cabling, using any topology, there’s no special cable to order or keep in supply. So it’s much easier to address last-minute change orders or to complete a job without wondering if you have the right materials on hand.

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Saturn keypads

The C-Bus Saturn

Keypads offer localized finger-tip control of lighting and electrical services. These elegant keypads incorporate a unique glass cover plate that is easy to install, customize, and use.

By virtue of the variety of button configurations available, one compact Saturn keypad can take the place of many single operation switches, ON/OFF toggles, dimmers, and timers.

Available in a two-, four-, or six-button keypad, Saturn’s modern style is complemented by orange and blue LEDs that can instantly show the status of controlled devices. technical information

Voltage Requirements

Number of Units on a Network

Electrical Isolation

Control Functions

Status Indicators

Locator Option

Scene Control

Timers

Response Time

C-Bus Connection

Dimensions

Mounting

Weight

Operating Environment

Standards

Color Options

15 – 36 Vdc @ 22 mA required for normal operation, drawn from the C-Bus network

Determined with the C-Bus Calculator, a software utility used to evaluate the total network current load

3.75 kV RMS from C-Bus to power (provided externally)

Load switching, dimming, timing, scene control

Two-color (orange and blue) user-configurable LEDs

User-configurable, adjustable LED to help locate the unit in darkness, has

“ignore first button press” option

Up to four scenes per keypad, ten addresses per scene

1 sec – 18 hr, 1 sec intervals

200 m sec or less

One terminal block to accommodate 24-16 AWG (0.2–1.31 mm

2

), CAT 5 UTP cable required

4.57 in. (L) x 2.95 in. (W) x 1.1 in. (D) [116 mm (L) x 75 mm (W) x 28 mm (D)]

Plaster mud ring (Raco 8771 or equal) w/ minimum internal width 2.05 in. (52 mm) (not provided)

Single gang box (Carlon A58381DCAR or equal) w/minimum internal width 2.05 in. (52 mm)

(not provided)

4.66 oz (132 g)

Temp.: 32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C) RH: 95%, noncondensing

UL: Listed 916 Energy Management, CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device, EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

Cream, black, mocha, white, pure white and stainless steel

*For Diagram see technical section page 145

Saturn Style 6 Button Keypad product Features

Button configurations include multi-point switching and dimming, master ON/OFF switching, and scene settings

Scene control includes up to ten group addresses per scene and four scenes per keypad

Independent timers available for each button

Dual-color LED windows on each button can glow in cool blue, orange, or combinations of both, indicating when a controlled device is ON or OFF

Auto “fallback” can dim button LEDs at a set time after the last button press

Locator LED can illuminate the keypad, helping a user find it in dim light

Order numbers for the Saturn keypad assemblies indicate the number of buttons desired on the keypad (x) and the color of the cover plate (y). Color Codes: White (WE), Black (BK), Mocha (BR), Cream (CM), Pure White (PW) and Stainless Steel (SS).

For example, SLC5086NLBK represents an order for a Saturn keypad with six buttons and a black cover plate.

The order number for a two-button keypad in mocha would be SLC5082NLBR.

Catalog Number

SLC508(X)NL(Y)*

SLC5080LC8

SLC508(X)NLF(Y)*

Description

Saturn Keypad Assemblies, 2, 4 or 6 buttons

Pre-labeled button caps (1 ea. of 66 frequently used labels such as: Meeting, Scene 1, etc.)

Stand-alone faceplates

*When ordering: “x” equals button configuration 2, 4, or 6 and “y” equals color selection WE, BK, BR. CM, SS, PW

Functional aesthetics

Distinctively designed transparent impactresistant glass cover plate with silver buttons that can glow blue or orange

Clean-lined keypads are wall mounted without external fittings

Low-profile keypad extends only 0.5 in. out from the wall

Colors are easily modified to suit personal taste or the décor

Optional button covers with labels, enabling quick identification of lighting scenes or controlled devices

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Saturn Dynamic Labeling technology keypads

C-Bus Dynamic Labeling Technology

(DLT) keypads combine programmable keypad buttons, and easily customized labels on a backlit LCD screen that eliminates the need for custom labels.

These keypads are designed to be easy to install, customize, and use. By virtue of the variety of button configurations available, one compact DLT keypad can take the place of many single operation switches,

ON/OFF toggles, dimmers, and timers.

Cool blue LEDs light the five keypad buttons, complementing the keypad’s sleek lines and instantly showing the status of controlled devices.

technical information

Voltage Requirements 15 – 36 Vdc @ 22 mA required for normal operation, drawn from the C-Bus network

Number of Units on a Network

Use the C-Bus Calculator, a software utility, to determine the total network current load

Electrical Isolation

Control Functions

3.75 kV RMS from C-Bus to power (provided externally)

Load switching, dimming, timing, scene control

Status Indicators

Backlight

Blue, one dimmable LED per button

Locator Option

Scene Control

White, dimmable, user configurable

User-configurable, adjustable blue LED for locating the unit in darkness, with

“ignore first button press” option

4 scenes per keypad, 10 addresses per scene

Timers

Screen

Response Time

C-Bus Connection

Dimensions

1 sec – 18 hr, 1 second intervals

64 x 128 pixels LCD

200 m sec or less

One terminal block to accommodate 24 – 16 AWG (0.2 – 1.31 mm

2

), CAT 5 UTP cable required

Mounting

Weight

Operating Environment

Standards

Color Plate Colors

4.57 in. (L) x 2.95 in. (W) x 1.20 in. (D) [116 mm (L) x 76 mm (W) x 32 mm (D)]

Standard plaster (mud) ring or wall box (not provided), minimum internal width 2.05 in. (52 mm)

Centers: 3.31 in. (84 mm)

3.35 oz (95 g)

Temp.: 32°F to 113°F (0°C to 45°C) RH: 95%, noncondensing

UL: Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

Saturn Style: Pure White, White, Cream, Black, Mocha, Stainless Steel

**For Diagram see technical section page 145

Order numbers for the Saturn DLT keypads include the stock number (SLC5085DL) and the code for the color of the cover plate: Black (BK), Mocha (BR), White (WE) and Cream (CM). For example, SLC5085DLBR represents a complete catalog number for a Saturn DLT keypad with a mocha cover plate.

Catalog Number

SLC5085DL( )

Description

Saturn Keypad with DLT in White (WE), Cream (CM), Black (BK), Mocha (BR),

Pure White (PW) and Stainless Steel (SS)

Saturn Style DLT Keypad product Features

Button configurations include multi-point switching and dimming, master ON/OFF switching, and scene settings

Keypads have five physical buttons–four control buttons and one scroll/ page button–combined with two screens of labels, for a total of eight control buttons and two scroll/ page buttons

Scene control includes ten group addresses per scene, four scenes per keypad

Independent timers available for each button

Button LEDs can be used as locator lights in the dark

Time clock can be displayed at the bottom of the screen

Displays up to 8 languages from a set of more than 65

Functional aesthetics

64 x 128 pixel LCD screen with a white backlight

Editable LCD labels, available for each button or control group, can display text, symbols, and graphics

Dynamic graphic displays, such as bar graphs, can be enabled or disabled

Bitmaps can be downloaded for each group address or scene

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Schneider Electric C-Bus Neo Decorator Style Keypads offer localized finger-tip control of lighting and electrical services. These elegant keypads incorporate a unique cover plate (ordered separately) that is easy to install, customize, and use.

By virtue of the variety of button configurations available, one compact Decorator style keypad can take the place of many single operation switches, ON/OFF toggles, dimmers, and timers.

Available in a one-, two-, three- or four- button keypad, these modern style keypads are complemented by blue

LEDs that can instantly show the status of controlled devices.

technical information

Voltage Requirements

Number of Units on a Network

Electrical Isolation

Control Functions

Locator Option

15 – 36 Vdc @ 22 mA required for normal operation, drawn from the C-Bus network

Determined with the C-Bus Calculator, a software utility used to evaluate the total network current load

3.75 kV RMS from C-Bus to power (provided externally)

Load switching, dimming, timing, scene control

User-configurable, adjustable LED to help locate the unit in darkness, has

“ignore first button press” option

Up to 4 scenes per keypad, 10 addresses per scene

1 sec – 18 hr, 1 second intervals

Scene Control

Timers

Response Time

C-Bus Connection

Dimensions

Weight

Operating Environment

Standards

200 m sec or less

One terminal block to accommodate 24 – 16 AWG (0.2 – 1.31 mm

2

), CAT 5 UTP cable required

4.57 in. (L) x 3.0 in. (W) x .91 in. (D) [116 mm (L) x 76 mm (W) x 23 mm (D)]

2.9 oz (82 g)

Temp.: 32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C) RH: 95%, noncondensing

UL: Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

Color Options Neo Style: Slate, White, Cream, Brown, Black, Soft Grey, Desert Sand

**For Diagram see technical section page 145

Order numbers for the Neo Decorator keypads include the stock number, the number of buttons (1 thru 4) and the code for the button color: Black (BK), Brown (BR), White (WE), Cream (CM), Slate (GB), Soft Grey (SG)

Desert Sand (DS), Ivory (VY) and Light Almond (LA).

For example, SLC505(4)NLM(WE) represents a Neo Decorator style keypad with 4 buttons in white.

Catalog Number

SLC505(X)NLM(Y)*

Description

Neo Decorator Style Keypad

*when ordering: “x” equals button configuration 1, 2, 3, or 4 and “y” equals color selection BK, BR, WE, CM, GB, SG, DS, VY, or LA

Neo 4 Button Decorator

Style Keypad

Multi-Functional capabilities

Button configurations include multi-point switching and dimming, master ON/OFF switching, and scene settings

Scene control includes up to ten group addresses per scene and four scenes per keypad

Independent timers available for each button

LED windows on each button can glow in cool blue or orange, indicating when a controlled device is

ON or OFF

Auto “fallback” can dim button LEDs at a set time after the last button press

Locator LED can illuminate the keypad, helping a user find it in dim light

Has infrared remote capabilities with Schneider

Electric C-Bus remotes

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Color

Spectrum color touch Screens

The C-Bus Spectrum Color Touch Screens by Schneider Electric are a unified wallmounted or desktop panel for controlling lighting systems and accessories with the touch of a finger.

Designed with versatility in mind, these sleek touch screens are easy to install, customize, and use. Compact yet powerful, the touch screen has numerous configurations available, making it an attractive alternative to multiple single operation switches, ON/OFF toggles, dimmers, and timers which can clutter up even the nicest wall. The C-Bus Spectrum Color Touch Screens are available in the Saturn and Neo style cover plates with a wide assortment of colors to choose from.

Wall-mounted Spectrum Touch Screen technical information

AC input impedance

Display type

Display resolution

Display luminance

Viewing angle

Backlight type

Touch surface durability

13 K ohms @ 1kHz

4.7 in. (119 mm) active black and white or color LCD

320 x 240 pixels

120 cd/m²

Left, right: 45°; up: 50°; down: 30°

White LED

1 million presses (typical)

Maximum number of controlled loads

255 group addresses on each of the 10 applications

Third party interface

Programming port

C-Bus supply voltage (required for normal operation. Does not provide current to the C-Bus network.)

RS-232 port

USB type B (front of unit, behind cover plate)

Spectrum: 15 to 36 Vdc @ 72 mA

Network clock

Network burden

Processor

Software selectable

Software selectable

ARM7TDMI, 40MHz

<10 seconds

Warm up time

Operating temperature

Operating humidity

32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C)

10% to 95% RH

*For Diagram see technical section page 146

Spectrum Touch Screen-Wall

Mounted Catalog Number

SLC5000CTCL2xx

SLC5050CTCL2xx

SLC5080CTCL2xx

SLCBS5000CTCL2

SLCBB5000CTCL2

Description

Spectrum w/non-stylized plastic Cover Plate

Spectrum w/Neo Style Cover Plate

Spectrum w/Saturn Style Cover Plate

Spectrum w/Stainless Steel Cover Plate

Spectrum w/Brass Cover Plate

Note: xx = color code (GB – Brushed Aluminum and Slate*, WE – White, BK – Black, CM – Cream,

BR – Mocha**, PW – Pure White**) *Neo only **Saturn only

Spectrum Desktop Model

Catalog Number

SLC5000CTCD2xx

Note: xx = color code/WE–White, BK–Black

Description

Spectrum Desktop Touch Screen

Accessories

SLC5000CT2WB

SLC5080CT2Fxx

SLC5000CT2FSS

SLC5050CT2Fxx

Description

Wall box for Spectrum Touch Screen

Replacement Cover Plate, Saturn style

Replacement Cover Plate, Stainless Steel

Replacement Cover Plate, Neo style

Note: xx = color code (GB – Brushed Aluminum and Slate*, WE – White, BK – Black, CM – Cream,

BR – Mocha**, PW – Pure White**) *Neo only **Saturn only

product Features

Multiple control screens can include multi-point switching and dimming, master ON/OFF switching, schedules, and scenes from a menu driven interface

• Includes a “wake feature” proximity sensor that turns on the backlight when activated by motion within the proximity range.

Astronomical clock with full scheduling and holidays

Full feature logic engine provides ability to create custom controls and integrate 3rd party devices

Locator option to help users find the screen in dim light

Built-in infrared receiver with remote control

RS-232 port for third party device integration

USB programming port accessible from the front of the unit

Functional aesthetics

• Clean-lined low-profile touch screen can be wall-mounted without external fittings

Display and controls can be configured with symbols, images, clocks and time, and text in multiple languages

• Area plans and other scenes can be graphically depicted

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touch Screen

The C-Bus Color Touch Screen is a unified panel for controlling lighting systems and accessories with the touch of a finger.

The touch screen's sophisticated appearance reflects the underlying craftsmanship of its design. Among its many capabilities, this powerful PC-based system supports graphical depiction of area plans, monitoring of various C-Bus devices, scheduling of lighting and other loads, finger-tip control of preset scenes, and operation from the touch screen or by remote controller.

Color Touch Screen technical information

Screen

Type

Size

Resolution

Pixel Pitch

Viewing Area

LCD active matrix

6.4 in. (diagonal)

VGA, 640 x 480 pixels

0.01 in. (H) x 0.01 in. (V) [0.204 mm (H) x 0.202 mm (V)]

5.14 in. (H) x 3.82 in. (V) [130.6 mm (H) x 97.0 mm (V)]

Resistive membrane

Typical horizontal: 70° left and right/Typical vertical: 40° up, 70° down

Touch Overlay Type

Viewing Angle

Luminance

Backlight

Memory

300 cd/m

2

Cold cathode with light sensor for automatic backlight level control

256 MB compact Flash memory, pre-programmed with panel firmware, Backup: Lithium battery retains current date and time for 5 years.

Components and Connectors

Front Ethernet 10/100/RJ-45 terminal (hidden), Speaker (hidden), Infrared receiver, RS-232 via DB 9 terminal

Rear

Overall Dimensions

Weight

C-Bus RJ-45 terminals (2) • Ethernet 10/100/RJ-45 terminal Composite video output via RCA terminal (75 ohm) • RS-232 via DB 9 terminal USB type A terminals (2) for future software support Remote infrared (IR) terminal (hardwired via a 3.5 mm mini-jack) External speaker/headphone terminal (3.5 mm mini-jack)

9.8 in. (W) x 6.9 in. (H) x 2.9 in. (D) [246 mm (W) x 173 mm (H) x 72.5 mm (D)]

3.02 lbs. (1375 g) (excluding cover plate)

Operating

Environment

Temp.: 50° F to 86° F (10° C to 30° C)/RH: 95% noncondensing

Standards

UL Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment CSA 22.2 Spec. 205 Signal Equipment, FCC: Part 15.101,

Class B Digital Device • EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

Required Accessories:

Power Supply (Sold Separately)

Power Supply 6.9 in. (L) x 3.1 in. (W) x 1.8 in. (H)

Dimensions

Adaptor Box

Dimensions

Weight

175 mm (L) x 80 mm (W) x 45 mm (H)

5.2 in. (L) x 2 in. (W) x .4 in. (H)

113 mm (L) x 50 mm (W) x 11 mm (H)

4.2 lb (1.925 kg)

Power supply for color touch screen (sold separately)

Standards

UL: Listed 60950 Information Technology Equipment - Safety: General Requirements • CSA 22.2 Spec.

205 Signal Equipment FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device • EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 146

product Features

• Ability to configure controls including scenes, schedules, state changes and graphic animation

• Ability to customize buttons, sliders, photos and drawings

Audio tools support use of custom WAV files for audible feedback and voice prompts

Internal amplified speaker has volume control and external speaker terminal

Built-in RJ-45 Ethernet and C-Bus network, RS-

232, and USB terminals

Infrared receiver for remote control and infrared input for accessories

Controls can be password protected at multiple levels

• Astronomical and real time clocks

Order numbers for the Neo and Saturn style touch screens include the stock number, and the code for the cover color. Saturn Colors: Black (BK), Mocha (BR), White (WE), Cream (CM) and Pure White (PW). Neo Colors: Brushed

Aluminum and Slate (GB), White (WE) and Black (BK). For example, SLC5050CTC(WE) represents a Neo Style Touch

Screen in white.

Catalog Number

SLC5080CTC2( )

Description

Saturn Style Touch Screen

Accessories

SLC5000CTCPS*

Description

Color Touch Screen Power Supply

SLC5000CTCWB**

SLC5000CTCNA**

SLC5000CTCRM**

Color Touch Screen Wall Box

Color Touch Screen Wall Nail Bracket

Color Touch Screen Wall Plaster Board Bracket

* Required for every color touch screen installation.

** Color touch screen must be mounted with one of these options

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Functional aesthetics

Touch sensitive 6.4 inch

(640 x 480) color LCD panel

Light sensor for automatic backlight control

Flush wall-mount design

Cover plates available in

Neo and Saturn styles

Five color schemes available, complementing any décor

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Wiser

home controller

The Wiser

Home Controller is the missing piece of the smart home puzzle, enhancing the capabilities and connectivity of the C-Bus network. Its easy-to-use graphical user interface (GUI) provides access to the home C-Bus network and all of your electrical, multimedia, and telecommunication needs. This same GUI can be installed across multiple control devices, such as mobile phones, TVs with Microsoft ®

Windows Media

®

Center, personal computers, and web tablets, in addition to the C-Bus range of touch screens and keypads. No matter where you are, the Wiser Home Controller allows you to monitor and control your home environment locally or remotely over the Internet.

Wiser Home Controller technical information

Power Source

Mounting location

• Home Controller’s router: AC power pack

• Inline C-Bus Network Interface:

» AC power pack through busbar for Ethernet

» C-Bus side is powered by the C-Bus network

• Wall mounted with two keyhole openings

• Must be installed indoors

Minimum distance to operator 7.9 in. (20 cm) from nearest antenna

Mounting screw spacing 3.8 in. (95.5 mm) between centres

Operating ambient temperature

Operating relative humidity

32° F – 113° F (0° C – 45° C )

Types of electrical connection

(Suitable for copper or aluminium conductors)

10% to 90%, non-condensing

• Disconnectable DC power supply jack on the busbar - 0.04 x 0.12 in. (1 x 3 mm) center positive

• Disconnectable WAN connector on busbar – 1 x RJ-45 plug

• Disconnectable LAN connectors on router – 3 x RJ-45 plug

• Fixed aux (C-Bus) terminal for 2 x 2.5 mm; for twisted pairs; with strain relief post

TCP/IP Ethernet WAN protocol

Recommended

Internet browsers

Microsoft

®

Internet Explorer

®

or Mozilla

®

Firefox

®

*For Diagram see technical section page 147

Catalog Number

WHC5918

Description

Wiser Home Controller product Features

Ethernet and Wi-Fi based controller for your C-Bus system

Built-in Ethernet router

Built-in Wi-Fi access point

Support for lighting, airconditioning, multi-room audio, alarms, cameras, and other equipment

Easy to understand wizard-based user interface graphics

Built-in scene, scheduling, and logic programming modules

• Allows remote reprogramming from outside the home/building by installers

Common, intuitive interface for all devices

Operates using C-Bus

TAG descriptions,

Locations, and Function

Groups

Configured and commissioned using

C-Bus Toolkit and PICED software

• Control via your mobile phone or other webenabled devices

Displays up-to-the-minute news, weather, and more

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C-Bus

ethernet network interface

The Schneider Electric C-Bus Ethernet Network Interface unit is a C-Bus system support device designed to provide an isolated communications path between an

Ethernet Network and a C-Bus Network.

The following functions can be achieved through this interface: programming C-Bus

Units, issuing commands to a C-Bus Network including scheduled activities as well as monitoring and data logging of activities on a C-Bus Network.

The C-Bus Ethernet Network Interface may also generate the system clock for communications data synchronization on the C-Bus Network and provide a software selectable Network Burden.

Ethernet Network Interface technical information

C-Bus Voltage Requirements

Supply Current

C-Bus Input Voltage

External Power Supply

(provided)

Electrical Isolation

Status Indicators

C-Bus System Clock

C-Bus Network Burden

Ethernet Connection

15 – 36 Vdc

12 Vac or dc @ 300 mA

15 to 36 Vdc

12 Vdc @ 500 mA

500 V RMS continuous C-Bus/RS-232

Ethernet LED/Comms LED

Software selectable

Software selectable

RJ-45 socket for connection to Ethernet

Dimensions

Weight

Operating

3.35 in. (H) x 2.83 in. (W) x 2.56 in. (D) [85 mm (H) x 72 mm (W) x 65 mm (D)]

4.59 oz (130 g)

Temp.: 32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C)

RH: 95%, noncondensing

Environment

Storage Environment

Standards

Temp.: 14° F to 140° F (-10° C to 60° C), RH: 95%, noncondensing

UL: Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

*For Diagram see technical section page 147

Catalog Number

SLC5500CN2

Description

Ethernet Network Interface product Features

• Programming

C-Bus Units

Issuing commands to a

C-Bus Network, including scheduled activities

Monitoring and Data

Logging of activities on a C-Bus Network

• Software selectable

C-Bus System Clock

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C-Bus

pc interface/pc interface uSB

The C-Bus PC Interface (PCI) expands options for configuring, controlling, and monitoring C-Bus networks by providing an interface between the network and a personal computer (PC) or other external device.

The C-Bus PCI module easily mounts to a DIN rail and connects to external devices through its built-in connector ports. Power to the unit is provided through the C-Bus network.

pc interface technical information

Voltage Requirements

Electrical Isolation

Status

Indicators

Serial

Port

Cable

C-Bus Connection

Dimensions

Mounting

Serial Termination

Storage Environment

Standards

15 – 36 Vdc @ 32 mA required for normal operation, drawn from the C-Bus network

500 V RMS continuous C-Bus/RS-232

Unit/Comms: Unit power and data transmission

C-Bus: Power levels and presence of C-Bus clock

(1) 9-pin RS-232 D-type serial connector

(2) RS-232 RJ-45 connectors

6.6 ft. (2 m), with DB9 connectors

(2) RJ-45 sockets for connection to a C-Bus network

2.84 in. (H) x 3.35 in. (W) x 2.60 in. (D) [72 mm (H) x 85 mm (W) x 66 mm (D)]

DIN rail, 4M wide

Temp.: 32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C), RH: 95%, noncondensing

Temp.: 14° F to 140° F (-10° C to 60° C), RH: 95%, noncondensing

UL: Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment, CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device, EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 147

Catalog Number

SLC5500PC

Description

PC Interface pc interface uSB technical information

C-bus input voltage

Current drawn

Electrical isolation rating

Communications

Operating temperature

Operating humidity range

Terminals

Dimensions

Weight

15 – 36 Vdc

22 mA

500 Vrms continuous C-Bus/RS232

USB Type A to B

32° F – 113° F (0° C – 45° C)

95% RH; non-condensing

C-Bus, RJ45 connectors (2), USB to PC

2.84 in. (L) x 3.35 in. (W) x 2.60 in. (D) [72 mm (L) x 85 mm (W) x 66 mm (D)]

0.23 lbs (104 g)

*For Diagram see technical section page 148

Catalog Number

SLC5500PCU

Description

PC Interface, USB Model

PC Interface and PC

Interface USB product Features

Unit/Comms LED shows the status of the unit’s power and of any data transmissions

C-Bus LED shows the status of the network at the unit, including the level of network power and the presence of the C-Bus clock

System network clock for synchronizing communications data

PC Interface: Three RS-

232 serial connectors for connecting to a PC or to external devices: (1) 9-pin

D-type serial connector

(female) and (2) 8-pin RJ-45 connectors.

USB Model: USB (B-Type)

Connector

Two C-Bus network connector ports: RJ-45 sockets

Data cable for connecting

PCI and personal computer, including DB9 connectors

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C-Bus

network Bridge

The C-Bus Network Bridge provides a communication channel between C-Bus units on separate networks, expanding the total number of units that can be configured, controlled, and monitored.

Network Bridge technical information

Voltage Requirements

Electrical Isolation

Status

Indicators

Propagation Delay

Interconnect

Capacity

C-Bus System Clock

C-Bus Network Burden

C-Bus Connection

Dimensions

Weight

Operating Environment

Standards

15 – 36 Vdc @ 18 mA required for normal operation, drawn from each connected C-Bus network

3.5 kV RMS for 1 min (between networks)

Network A, Network B

Power ON, Communications in progress

Power OFF, Not connected/insufficient power

250 ms (delay for message transfer between two adjacent C-Bus Networks)

In parallel: 51 networks (50 network bridges)

In series: 7 networks (6 network bridges)

Software selectable

Software selectable

(2) pair of RJ-45 sockets for connection to C-Bus networks

2.84 in. (H) x 3.35 in. (W) x 2.60 in. (D) [72 mm (H) x 85 mm (W) x 66 mm (D)]

3.35 oz (95 g)

Temp.: 32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C) RH: 95%, noncondensing

UL: Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 148

Catalog Number

SLC5500NB

Description

Network Bridge product Features

Increases transmission distances by acting as a repeater station for data transmission

Expands the total number of C-Bus devices that can operate on the system by isolating devices to individual networks

[In parallel: 50 networks

(50 network bridges)

In series: 7 networks

(6 network bridges)]

Indicates each network’s status level

Stores operating status in non-volatile memory for recovery from a power outage

Uses built-in connectors to connect to a C-Bus network

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C-Bus

power Supply

The C-Bus Power Supply is specifically designed to operate with the C-Bus network as a power source for passive C-Bus devices.

The power supply mounts to a DIN rail and connects to the C-Bus network through built-in RJ-45 connectors.

These devices are UL listed as Class 2 power supplies and are suitable for parallel operation. Up to five power supplies can be connected to a single C-Bus network.

Power Supply technical information

Nominal Line Voltage

Electrical Isolation

Current Output

Status Indicators

Power Supplies per Network

C-Bus Connection

Cable

Dimensions

Mounting

Weight

Operating Environment

Storage Environment

Standards

Operates at 120 or 277 Vac, ±10%, with a frequency range from 50 – 60 Hz

3.75 kV RMS from C-Bus to the line

350 mA to the C-Bus network

Unit: Unit power

C-Bus: Network voltage level and presence of system clock

Up to five power supplies on a single C-Bus network

(2) RJ-45 sockets for connection to the C-Bus network

(1) 15.75 in. (400 mm) patch lead included

3.35 in. (H) x 2.84 in. (W) x 2.60 in. (D) [85 mm (H) x 72 mm (W) x 66 mm (D)]

DIN rail, 4M wide

7 oz (200 g)

Temp.: 32° F to 104° F (0° C to 40° C)

Environment RH: 95%, noncondensing

Temp.: 14° F to 140° F (-10° C to 60° C)

Environment RH: 95%, noncondensing

UL: Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 148

Catalog Number

SLC5500TPS

SLC5500HPS

Description

120 Vac Power Supply

277 Vac Power Supply product Features

Available in 120 and

277 Vac models

Regulating power supply compensates for line voltage and frequency variations, so there is constant output

Sources up to 350 mA to the C-Bus network

UL listed to operate in parallel with other C-Bus power supplies, up to five on a single C-Bus network

Incorporates short circuit and reverse polarity protection

Indicates the line voltage status with a Unit LED

Indicates the network status, including the network power and the presence of the C-Bus clock, with a C-Bus LED

Standard built-in C-Bus network connectors:

(2) RJ-45

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Device power Supply

The Powerlink Device Power Supply is used to distribute power on a C-Bus network. Placed at critical points on the network, device power supplies will provide the current necessary for operating a variety of passive Schneider Electric

C-Bus devices.

A Powerlink Device Power Supply consists of a C-Bus 8M enclosure containing one or two 4M Power Supplies.

Powerlink Device Power Supply technical information

Nominal Line Voltage

Maximum Line Current

Electrical Isolation

Current Output

Dimensions

Weight

Operating Environment

Standards

Operates at 120 or 277 Vac, ±10%, with a frequency range from 50 – 60 Hz

9.9 mA for 120 V power supply 4.3 mA for 277 V power supply

3.75 kV RMS from C-Bus to the line

350 mA (single power supply unit) 700 mA (dual power supply unit)

12.57 in. (L) x 8.88 in. (W) x 3.8 in. (D) [319 mm (L) x 226 mm (W) x 97 mm (D)]

One power supply: 8.84 lb (4.01 kg) Two power supplies: 9.28 lb (4.21 kg)

Temp.: 32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C) RH: 95%, noncondensing

UL: Listed 508A Industrial Control Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 89

Catalog Number

NFDP1120G3C

NFDP2120G3C

NFDP1277G3C

NFDP2277G3C

Description

120 V Powerlink Single Power Supply

120 V Powerlink Dual Power Supply

277 V Powerlink Single Power Supply

277 V Powerlink Dual Power Supply product Features

Surface-mount NEMA 1 enclosure with trim assembly

Unit and C-Bus LEDs indicate the status of the line voltage and the network

Sources up to 700 mA

(dual power supplies) to the

C-Bus network

120 or 277 Vac models available

UTP connection jumper included for dual supply

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C-BuS LIGHtInG COntrOL SySteM unitS powerlink

Device router

The Powerlink Device Router allows the exchange of data between a Powerlink

NF3000G3C controller and Schneider Electric C-Bus devices.

The bidirectional device router can receive data from C-Bus input devices and send the data to the Powerlink panel/network. It can also receive data such as a contact closure from the Powerlink input and send that data to a C-Bus output/network.

The device router consists of a 8M enclosure containing a PC Interface and a Power

Supply. Communication between the device router and the NF3000G3C controller is made with the included 50-foot serial cable.

Powerlink Device Router technical information

Nominal Line Voltage

Maximum Line Current

Electrical Isolation

Current Output

Status Indicators

Serial Connection

C-Bus Connection

Data Cable

Dimensions

Weight

Operating Environment

Standards

Operates at 120 or 277 Vac, ± 10%, with a frequency range from 50 – 60 Hz

9.9 mA for 120 V device router 4.3 mA for 277 V device router

3.75 kV RMS from C-Bus to the line

350 mA to the C-Bus network

Unit and Unit/Comms: Line voltage, unit power, and data transmission

C-Bus: Power levels and presence of C-Bus clock

(1) 9-pin RS-232 D-type serial connector (2) RS-232 RJ-45 connectors

(2) RJ-45 sockets for connection to the C-Bus network

50 ft. serial

12.57 in. (L) x 8.88 in. (W) x 3.8 in. (D) [319 mm (L) x 226 mm (W) x 97 mm (D)]

9.1 lbs (4.13 kg)

Temp.: 32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C) RH: 95%, noncondensing

UL: Listed 508A Industrial Control Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 89

Catalog Number

NFDR120G3C

NFDR277G3C

Description

120 V Powerlink Device Router

277 V Powerlink Device Router product Features

Surface-mount NEMA 1 enclosure with trim assembly

Unit, Unit/Comms, and

C-Bus LEDs indicate the status of data transmission and power to the unit and the network

System network clock for synchronizing communications data

Network power source, supplying up to 350 mA

120 or 277Vac models available

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C-Bus

pascal automation controller

The C-Bus Pascal Automation Controller (PAC) provides extended conditional and real-time event programming to C-Bus systems. The PAC supports a full range of programming commands including conditional logic, flow control, variables and scheduling.

Systems integrators will appreciate the built-in scheduling tools, scene tools, and wizards for creating basic logic programs. Full programming capabilities can be achieved utilizing the free-form script editor based off the PASCAL programming language.

The PAC directly connects to a wired C-Bus system. Programs are downloaded from a personal computer through a USB connection.

Pascal Automation Controller technical information

C-Bus Supply Voltage

RS-232 Supply Voltage

Battery Backup

Supply Voltage

15 – 36 Vdc @ 32 mA Drawn from the C-Bus network

24 Vac @ 20 mA (power source not provided)

12 Vdc @ 30 mA (power source not provided)

Connections

C-Bus System Clock

Network Burden

Status Indicators

Dimensions

Weight

Mounting

Operating Environment

Standards

2 C-Bus RJ-45 sockets (in parallel), 2 RS-232 RJ-45 sockets, 1 USB type B socket, screw terminals for 12Vdc battery and 24Vac power

Software selectable

Software selectable

Unit/Comms, C-Bus, Status and User

2.83 x 3.62 x 2.48 inches (72 x 92 x 63 mm)

5.29 oz (150 g)

DIN 4M wide

32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C) 10% – 95% RH, noncondensing

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

*For Diagram see technical section page 149

Catalog Number

SLC5500PACA

Description

Pascal Automation Controller product Features

Conditional and real-time events programming for C-Bus

Connects directly to C-Bus network

Powered from the C-Bus network

USB port for connection to personal computer

(2) RS-232 ports for third party device control

Real time, astronomical and C-Bus system clock included with 24 hour internal capacitor backup and external 12 Vdc battery terminals programming capabilities including:

Conditional logic

(if, then, and, or, not, etc.)

Flow Control

(for, repeat, while)

Variables (integer, real,

Boolean, character, string)

Control and monitoring of group addresses

Control and monitoring of scenes

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C-Bus

general input unit

The C-Bus Four-Channel General Input Units are DIN-rail mounted devices that measure TTL digital and real-world analog quantities and generate messages about the measurements to the C- Bus network. By acting as an interface with various external sensors, the general input unit enables integration of the C-Bus network with a variety of system types, such as those for HVAC and for power monitoring.

Configuration options include selectable input types, eight adjustable decision thresholds per channel, definable actions, selectable filtering, broadcast rates, and a separate hysteresis value per channel.

General Input Unit technical information

Nominal Voltage

Requirements

Nominal

15 – 36 volts @18 mA from the C-Bus network

Nominal Supply Voltage

120 Vac

16 – 27 Vac/dc, ±10%, 50 – 60 Hz, provided by an external power supply (included)

100 kOhm @ 1 kHz

AC Input Impedance

External Power Supply

Electrical Isolation

Nominal 24 Vdc

Output Voltage

Digital Sensor Input

Analog Sensor Inputs:

Voltage Ranges

Input Current Ranges

Resistance Ranges

Maximum Input

Voltages

Input Voltage Range

Impedance

Current Sense

Impedance

Resistance Range

Injection Current

Basic Accuracy after

Calibration

Maximum Input

Frequency

24 Vac @ 500 mA

500 V RMS per input

24 Vdc @ 250 mA, ±10% General Input

TTL, 5 V from external source

0 – 1, 0 – 5, 0 – 10, 0 – 20 Vdc

0 – 20 mA DC, 4 – 20 mA DC

0 – 500 ohm, 0 – 1000 ohm, 0 – 3000 ohm, 0 – 10000 ohm

-20 V to 60 Vdc

At least 100 kOhm

249 ohm

500 μA

0.5% of full scale

10 Hz

Broadcast Rates

Number of Units per Network

C-Bus Connections

Cable

Terminals

Status Indicators

2 – 1024 sec

10

(2) RJ-45 connectors, CAT 5 UTP cable required

15.75 in. (400 mm) patch lead included

Accommodate 16 – 12 AWG cable (2 x 1.31 mm

2

or 1 x 3.31 mm

2

)

Unit/Comms: Unit power and data transmission

C-Bus: Power levels and presence of C-Bus clock

Dimensions

Weight

Mounting

5.7 in. (L) x 3.4 in. (W) x 2.6 in.(H) [144 mm (L) x 85 mm (W) x 65 mm (H)]

7 oz (190 g)

DIN rail, 8M wide

Operating Environment 32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C) RH: 95%, noncondensing

Standards

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

UL Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment

*For Diagram see technical section page 149

Catalog Number

SLCE5504TGI

Description

4 Channel General Input Unit product Features

Measures TTL digital quantities including voltage, current, or resistance from external sensors such as light level, pressure, and temperature

Four channels of input, each with an adjustable hysteresis value, eight decision thresholds, and a software-selectable input value transformation in the form y = ax +b

Input channels are compatible with a range of third-party sensors

Look-up table with interpolation

Capable of threshold switching or broadcasting values onto the network

Control functions include load switching, dimming, trigger applications, enable control applications, and measurement applications

Measures input signals up to 10 Hz and has an adjustable input-signal filter to reduce susceptibility to impulse and noise

Supplies 250 mA to external sensors

LEDs indicate the status of the network at the unit and the unit’s power and data transmissions

Software-selectable network burden and C-Bus system clock

Standard built-in C-Bus network connectors: (2) RJ-45

Non-volatile memory stores operating status for recovery from a power outage

Includes 120 V/24 Vac power pack

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C-Bus

Bus coupler

The C-Bus Bus Couplers are non-isolated input devices that provide an interface between dry-contact mechanical switches and a C-Bus network. The bus coupler increases the versatility of the C-Bus network by facilitating remote access with any dry-contact switch mechanism offered by Schneider Electric and other manufacturers.

A system’s flexibility can be further enhanced by using the bus coupler with various other switch types, including reed, pressure, or micro switches.

Available in two- and four-channel models, the bus coupler is small enough to be used in restricted spaces. Configuration options include standard control functions such as ON/OFF, toggle, dimmers, and timers.

Four-Channel Bus Coupler technical information

Nominal Voltage

Requirements

Electrical Isolation

Voltage Across Input

None

External Switch Opens: 5 Vdc

External Switch Closes: 0 Vdc

Current–Switch Closed Less than 50 μA

Distance Between 2-Channel Coupler: Up to 1 ft. (0.3 m) each

Switch and Bus

Coupler

4-Channel Coupler: Up to 3 ft. (1 m) each

2-Channel Coupler only: 2 mA @ 12 V

LED Drive Output

Maximum Input

Voltages

Number of Units per

Network

C-Bus Connections

15 – 36 Vdc @ 18 mA, drawn from the C-Bus network

-20 to 60 Vdc

Use the C-Bus Calculator, a software utility, to determine the total network current load

Two-way removable screw-type terminals accommodating

24 – 16 AWG cable (0.2 – 1.31 mm

2

)

Channel Input

Connections

Status Indicators

Timers

Dimensions

Spring-loaded terminal block accommodating

24 – 12 AWG cable (0.2 – 3.31 mm

2

)

Channel (2 or 4)

1 sec – 18 hr, 1 sec intervals

2.2 in. (L) x 1.9 in. (W) x 0.7 in. (H)) [55 mm (L) x 49 mm (W) x 18 mm (H)]

Weight 1.1 oz (32 g)

Operating Environment 32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C) RH: 95%, noncondensing

Standards

UL: Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital,

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 149

product Features

Provides two or four non-isolated inputs for external voltage-free mechanical switches. Two-channel units feature independent remote LED outputs

Control options include ON/OFF, toggle, dimmer, or timer

Orange LED for each channel to indicate operational status

Two-way removable terminal block for the C-Bus connection

Terminal block allows connection of up to four external switches (four-channel coupler) or two external switches and two external LEDs (two-channel coupler)

Small size for adaptation to restricted spaces

Non-volatile memory stores operating status for recovery from a power outage

Receives data and power over a network, so it does not require power packs or line voltage connections

Catalog Number

SLC5102BCLEDL

SLC5104BCL

Description

Two-Channel Bus Coupler

Four-Channel Bus Coupler

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C-Bus

Four-channel auxiliary input

The C-Bus Four-Channel Auxiliary Inputs are isolated four-channel input units that provide an interface between voltage-free mechanical switches and a C-Bus network.

An auxiliary unit increases the versatility of the C-Bus network by facilitating remote access with any dry-contact switch mechanism offered by Schneider Electric or other manufacturers.

DIN-rail mounted for quick installation, the auxiliary unit can be configured with standard C-Bus control functions such as remote scene triggering, ON/OFF, toggle, dimmer, or timer. technical information

Nominal Voltage

Requirements

15 – 36 Vdc @ 18 mA, drawn from the C-Bus network

Electrical Isolation

C-Bus/Remote Input: 500 V RMS

Remote Input: 500 V RMS

Voltage Across Input External Switch Opens: 5 Vdc External Switch Closes: 0 Vdc

Current–Switch

Closed

0.4 mA

Switch Resistance

Number of Units per Network

C-Bus Connections

Cable

Up to 1000 ohm, including cable resistance (26.5 ohms per km resistance for #18 copper wire coated DC current resistance)

Use the C-Bus Calculator, a software utility, to determine the total network current load

(2) RJ-45 connectors, CAT 5 UTP cable required

15.75 in. (400 mm) patch lead included

Terminals

Status Indicators

Timers

Dimensions

Weight

Mounting

Accommodate one 12 or two 14-22 AWG cables

(1 x 3.1 mm 2 ) or 2 x 2.0-0.3 mm 2 )]

Channel: (4) orange LEDs to indicate the load status for each channel

1 sec – 18 hr, 1 sec intervals

3.4 in. (L) x 2.8 in. (W) x 2.6 in. (H)) [85 mm (L) x 72 mm (W) x 65 mm (H)]

4.6 oz (130 g)

DIN rail, 4M wide

Operating

Environment

32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C) RH: 95%, noncondensing

Standards

UL: Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 150

Four-Channel Auxiliary Input Unit product Features

Provides four isolated inputs for external voltage-free mechanical switches

Control options include remote scene triggering,

ON/OFF, toggle, dimmer, or timer operations

Orange LEDs indicate operational status, one for each channel

Standard built-in C-Bus network connectors: (2) RJ-45

Non-volatile memory stores operating status for recovery from a power outage

Catalog Number

SLCLE5504AUX

Description

4 Channel Auxiliary Input Unit

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C-Bus

Din Fan controller

The SLC5501RFCP C-Bus DIN Fan Controller unit is a DIN rail mounted C-Bus output device that provides single-button speed control for a single ceiling fan.

The Fan Controller can be installed in a standard C-Bus enclosure, or in an optional enclosure, such as SLC5501FRE plastic enclosure, on a wall or in a ceiling space.

The SLC5501RFCP Fan Controller provides C-Bus control of a ceiling fan for up to three speeds (Low, Medium and High) and off and can be displayed in C-Bus DLT keypads. Control can be included in scenes and schedules. Fan controllers are

Master/slave configurable, so multiple fans can be controlled from a single switch using multiple controllers.

The unit is for indoor use only. The fan controller must be mounted in an enclosure that is properly-rated for the application. A qualified person must install the electrical connections. technical information

C-Bus input voltage

C-Bus current requirement

Mounting type

Weight

Operating temperature

Humidity

15 – 36 Vdc

18 mA, powered from C-Bus network, does not provide power for the C-Bus network

Maximum units per network

Network clock

Network burden

AC input impedance

Warm-up time

Electrical isolation

Input voltage for fan motor 120 Vac; input circuit must have a suitable circuit breaker

Fan load rating 1.5 A FLA

Motor load rating

Switch duty type (S1)

1.5 FLA, 9 LRA

Continuous duty. Line and neutral are switched. Fan motor and neutral are switched.

Speed control

Connectors

Indicators

Control

Rated impulse withstand voltage

100

Software selectable

Software selectable when Unit Address is 001

100 kΩ @ 1 kHz

10 seconds

3.75 kV from C-Bus to mains

Three unique fan speeds Low, Med, and Hi and Off.

C-Bus: 2 x RJ-45

Fan: 2 x screw type for one 16 AWG (1.5 mm²) wire

Input Power: 2 x screw type for up to two 16 AWG (1.5 mm²)

Unit, C-Bus, 3 x Fan speed

Local override pushbutton, not illuminated

4 kV

DIN rail, or wall or ceiling space mounting in the optional plastic enclosure; For indoor use only

Fan Controller Relay Unit: 5.11 oz (145 g)

Optional plastic enclosure: 7.76 oz (220 g)

32° F to 149° F (0° C to 65° C)

10% to 95% RH, non condensing

*For Diagram see technical section page 150

Note: There are no user-serviceable parts. The unit draws no power from mains and requires no line connection to operate.

Catalog Number

SLC5501RFCP

SLC5501FRE*

Description

C-Bus output unit for controlling a ceiling fan

Enclosure to accommodate a C-Bus ceiling fan controller output unit

*The SLC5501FRE is optional equipment and not UL certified or rated for plenum use. Use an enclosure that is properly-rated for your application.

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C-Bus

indoor pir Occupancy Sensor

The C-Bus Indoor PIR Occupancy Sensor provides reliable thermal-radiation-based control of lighting and other C-Bus output devices.

Suitable for wall or ceiling mounting, this sensor offers a continuous detection field of 400 square feet and a 90° field of view. The entire detection field has uniform sensitivity and no dead zones, making it an ideal lighting-control solution for offices, corridors, and conference rooms.

Configuration options include an adjustable light-level sensor that can be set to automatically turn off lights when ambient light levels are sufficient or turn on lights when ambient light levels are insufficient.

technical information

Nominal Voltage

Requirements

Field of View

PIR Detection Field

Light-Level inhibit

Threshold

Timer Delay Range

Number of Units per

Network

C-Bus Connection

Status Indicators

Dimensions

Weight

Mounting

15 – 36 Vdc @ 18 mA, drawn from the C-Bus network

90°

Typically 400 sq ft. (37 sq m)

0.1 footcandle (1 lux) to full sunlight

0 sec – 18 hr, 1 sec interval

Use the C-Bus Calculator, a software utility, to determine the total network current load

Screw-type terminals, input terminals accommodate 24 – 16 AWG cable

(0.2 – 1.31 mm 2 )

LED can be configured to turn on when movement is detected

3.9 in. (W) x 2.2 in. (H) [100 mm (W) x 57 mm (H)]

4.4 oz (125 g)

Surface: Ceiling or wall

Ht: 8 ft. (2.4 m) above floor

Operating

Environment

Indoor 32° F to 122° F (0° C to 50° C)

Standards

UL: Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 150

Indoor PIR Occupancy Sensor product Features

Indoor use, wall or ceiling-mounted unit with a 90° field of view and a detection area of 400 square feet

LED can be configured to indicate motion detection

Light-level sensor has Sunrise/Sunset settings, clock overrides, and adjustable sensitivity ranging from 0.1 foot candle to full sunlight

Advanced circuitry to help prevent false triggering, including electrostatic and electromagnetic shields, dual element detectors, pyroelectric ceramic sensors, and an optical band pass filter

Controls up to four C-Bus group addresses that can be individually scheduled

Non-volatile memory stores operating status for recovery from a power outage

Receives data and power over a network, so the sensor does not require power packs or line voltage connections

Catalog Number

SLC5751L

Description

90° Indoor PIR Occupancy Sensor

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C-Bus

360° pir Occupancy Sensor

The C-Bus 360° Indoor PIR Occupancy Sensor combines a passive infrared receiver

(PIR) for occupancy sensing and a light-level sensor into a small, highly versatile unit.

The multi-sensor’s 2.8 inch face diameter makes it unobtrusive and ideally suited for flush mounting on the ceiling.

This sensor has a 360 degree field of view with an effective coverage pattern of more than 800 feet, so it is ideally suited for offices, copier rooms, closets, and restrooms. Multiple sensors can be connected to the same C-Bus network to provide larger coverage patterns.

Configuration options include adjustable time delays for automatic shut-off following a preset time period without detected motion and an adjustable light-level sensor that can be set to automatically turn off lights when ambient light levels are sufficient or turn on lights when ambient light levels are insufficient.

360° PIR Occupancy Sensor technical information

Nominal Voltage

Requirements

Field of View

PIR Rated

Detection Field

Light-Level inhibit

Threshold

Timer Delay

Number of Units per

Network

C-Bus Connection

Status Indicators

Dimensions

Weight

Mounting

Operating

Environment

Standards

15 – 36 Vdc @ 18 mA, drawn from the C-Bus network

360°

Typically 800 sq ft. (74 sq m) when sensor is mounted 8 ft. (2.4 m) above floor

0.1 footcandle (1 lux) to full sunlight

0 sec to 18 hr

Use the C-Bus Calculator, a software utility, to determine the total network current load

Two removable terminal blocks, requires CAT 5 data cable

LED can be configured to turn on when movement is detected

4.1 in. (L) x 2.8 in. (W) [103 mm (L) x 72 mm (W)]

4.4 oz (125 g)

Surface: Ceiling

Ht: 8 ft. (2.4 m) above floor

Max. Ht: 12 ft. (3.7 m) above floor

Min. Ceiling Thickness: 0.4 – 0.75 in. (10 – 19.1 mm)

Indoor only

32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C)

RH: 95%, noncondensing

UL: Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 151

Catalog Number

SLC5753L

Description

360° PIR Occupancy Sensor product Features

360° detection pattern, indoor use

Effective coverage area is more than 800 square feet when unit is mounted 8 feet above the floor

Dual element detectors minimize false triggering

LEDs indicate movement detection and status of the IR receiver, and the light-level sensor

Can control up to four scenes or group addresses that can be individually scheduled

Adjustable light-level sensor with Sunrise/Sunset and clock overrides

Attractive, low profile unit can be flush mounted on ceiling or suspended from wall tiles where it is unobtrusive, with a face diameter of only 2.8 inches

Non-volatile memory stores operating status for recovery from a power outage

Receives data and power over a network. No power packs or line voltage connections required

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C-Bus

360° pir Multi-Sensor

The C-Bus 360° PIR Multi-Sensor combines a passive infrared receiver (PIR) for occupancy sensing, a light-level sensor, and an infrared remote receiver into a small, highly versatile unit. The sensor’s 2.8 inch face diameter makes it unobtrusive and ideally suited for flush mounting on the ceiling.

Configuration options for the occupancy sensor include adjustable time delays for automatic shut-off following a preset time period without detected motion and an adjustable light-level sensor to turn on lights automatically when ambient light levels are low or turn off lights when ambient light levels are sufficient. The built-in IR receiver accepts commands from an optional handheld remote controller, making the sensor ideal for classrooms and conference room areas.

360° PIR Multi-Sensor technical information

Nominal Voltage

Requirements

Field of View

PIR Rated

Detection Field

IR Receiver Rated

Detection Field

Light-Level inhibit

Threshold

Timer Delay

Number of Units per

Network

C-Bus Connection

15 – 36 Vdc @ 18 mA, drawn from the C-Bus network

360°

Typically 800 sq ft. (74 sq m) when sensor is mounted 8 ft. (2.4 m) above floor

Typically 800 sq ft. (74 sq m) when sensor is mounted 8 ft. (2.4 m) above floor

0.1 footcandle (1 lux) to full sunlight

Status Indicators

Dimensions

Weight

Mounting

Operating

Environment

Standards

0 sec to 18 hr

Use the C-Bus Calculator, a software utility, to determine the total network current load

Two removable terminal blocks, requires CAT 5 data cable

PIR Sensor or IR Receiver (activity)

PIR Sensor (enabled/disabled)

Light Level Maint. (enabled/disabled)

4.1 in. (L) x 2.8 in. (W) [103 mm (L) x 72 mm (W)]

4.4 oz (125 g)

Surface: Ceiling

Ht: 8 ft. (2.4 m) above floor

Max. Ht: 12 ft. (3.7 m) above floor

Min. Ceiling Thickness: 0.4 – 0.75 in. (10 – 19.1 mm)

Indoor only

32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C)

RH: 95%, noncondensing

UL: Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 151

Catalog Number

SLC5753PEIRL

Accessories

SLC5084TX

SLC5088TX

Description

360° PIR Multi-Sensor

Description

IR 4-Button Remote Controller (ordered separately)

IR 8-Button Remote Controller (ordered separately) product Features

360° detection pattern, indoor use

Effective detection area of occupancy sensor is more than

800 square feet when unit is mounted 8 feet above the floor.

Effective IR coverage is 800 square feet.

Dual element detectors minimize false triggering

LEDs indicate movement detection and status of the IR receiver, the occupancy sensor, and the light-level sensor

Can control up to eight C-Bus scenes or directly control up to eight C-Bus group addresses that can be individually scheduled

Adjustable light-level sensor has Sunrise/Sunset and clock overrides

Attractive, low profile unit can be flush mounted on ceiling or suspended from wall tiles where it is unobtrusive, with a face diameter of only 2.8 inches

Optional handheld remote controller (SLC5084TX,

SLC5088TX)

Non-volatile memory stores operating status for recovery from a power outage

Receives data and power over a network, so the sensor does not require power packs or line voltage connections

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C-Bus

Outdoor Motion Sensor

The C-Bus Outdoor PIR Motion Sensor combines reliable thermal-radiation-based control of lighting with rugged construction suitable for outdoor requirements. The unit’s advanced circuits and flat multi-segmented lens provide coverage of up to

3000 square feet in a 110° field of view.

The detection area incorporates a multi-faceted lens, which ensures fast response to motion and few dead zones. Electrostatic and electromagnetic shields, dual element detectors, an optical bandpass filter, and pyroelectric ceramic sensors are used to reduce the incidence of false triggering.

Configuration options include an adjustable light-level sensor that can be set to automatically turn off lights when ambient light levels are sufficient or turn on lights when ambient light levels are insufficient.

Outdoor PIR Motion Sensor technical information

Nominal Voltage

Requirements

Light-Level inhibit

Threshold

15 – 36 Vdc @ 18 mA, drawn from the C-Bus network

Field of View 110°

PIR Detection Field Typically 3000 sq ft. (279 sq m)

0.1 footcandle (1 lux) to full sunlight

Number of

Detection Zones

Timer Delay Range

Number of Units per Network

C-Bus Connection

Status Indicators

Dimensions

Weight

Mounting

Operating

Environment

Standards

18 Long Range, 16 Intermediate Range, 10 Short Range, 4 ultra Short

0 sec to 18 hr

Use the C-Bus Calculator, a software utility, to determine the total network current load

One terminal block

LED can be configured to turn on when movement is detected

4.5 in. (L) x 2.9 in. (W) x 5.5 in. (D) [114 mm (L) x 74 mm (W) x 140 mm (D)]

8 oz (227 g)

Standard plate/box with 3.3 in. (84 mm) mounting centers

Surface: Ceiling or wall

Ht: 8 ft. (2.4 m) above floor

Outdoor only

32° F to +122° F (0° C to +50° C)

UL: Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 151

product Features

Outdoor use, wall or ceiling-mounted unit with a 110° field of view and a detection area up to 3000 square feet in diameter

Lens has 12 overlapping zones on each of 4 levels, forming a continuous detection field

Rugged construction and pre-wired flexible cord

LED indicates motion detection

Light-level sensor has Sunrise/Sunset settings, clock overrides, and adjustable sensitivity ranging from

0.1 footcandle to full sunlight

Controls up to four C-Bus group addresses that can be individually scheduled

Non-volatile memory stores operating status for recovery from a power outage

Receives data and power over a network, so the sensor does not require power packs or line voltage connections

Catalog Number

SLC5750WPL

Description

110° Outdoor PIR Motion Sensor

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C-Bus

light-level Sensor

The C-Bus Light-Level Sensor measures ambient light levels and automatically issues

ON, OFF, or ramp commands over a C-Bus network. The light-level sensor can control relays, dimmers, or remotely operated circuit breakers, changing their status according to pre-set ambient lighting levels.

The C-Bus light-level sensor has a dynamic range between 5-150 footcandles, and compensates for noise and rapid light intensity fluctuations by using filtering and hysteresis.

The light-level sensor can control up to two C-Bus group addresses: one address controls the switching ON/OFF of a lamp circuit according to the amount of ambient light, while the other is used to continuously regulate the light-level output of any number of lamps.

Light Level Sensor technical information

Nominal Voltage

Requirements

15 – 36 Vdc @ 18 mA, drawn from the C-Bus network

Light Level

Field of View

C-Bus Connection

Status Indicators

Dimensions

Weight

Operating

Environment

Standards

Reads: 2 – 278 footcandles (20 – 3000 lux)

Controls: 5 – 148 footcandles (40 – 1600 lux)

180°

Accommodates 6 x 24 AWG cable (6 x 0.2 mm

2

)

Can be configured to report state of any one of three group addresses:

Enabled, ON/OFF, or Ramp

4.57 in. (L) x 2.99 in. (W) x 1.93 in. (D) [116 mm (L) x 76 mm (W) x 49 mm (D)]

3 oz (85 g)

Indoor only

32° F to 122° F (0° C to 50° C)

RH: 95%, noncondensing

UL: Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 151

product Features

Can maintain constant illumination levels of 5-150 footcandles

Controls up to two C-Bus group addresses, one set for

ON/OFF operations and one set for ramping operations

180° field of view

Can be enabled or disabled over the C-Bus network

Stores operating status in non-volatile memory for recovery from a power outage

Receives data and power over a single C-Bus twisted pair cable

Verifies status of input and output devices on same C-Bus application address, updating input status if necessary

LED can be configured to indicate current status of any C-Bus group address

Attractive, wall-mounted, low-profile unit

Catalog Number Description

SLC5031PE Light-Level Sensor

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C-Bus

Outdoor light-level Sensor

The C-Bus light-level sensor measures ambient light levels and automatically issues

ON/OFF or ramp commands over a C-Bus network to maintain outdoor lighting levels. Primarily designed for outdoor use, this light-level sensor is also suitable for indoor settings in which a water resistant casing is desirable.

technical information

Nominal Voltage

Requirements

Field of View

Light-Level Range

Operating

Environment

Standards

15 – 36 Vdc @ 18 mA, drawn from the C-Bus network

180°

Reads: 2 – 278 footcandles (20 – 3000 lux)

Controls: 5 – 148 footcandles (40 – 1600 lux)

C-Bus Connection

Dimensions

Weight

Screw-type input terminals accommodate 6 x 24 AWG cable (6 x 0.2 mm²)

Connection requires CAT 5 data cable

Max. Units/Network Based on the total network current load and available power

Conduit Openings Sized for 20 mm and 25 mm conduit fittings

4 in. (L) x 4 in. (W) x 2.5 in. (D) [102 mm (L) x 102 mm (W) x 65 mm (D)]

Mounting

10.8 oz (305 g)

Indoor or outdoor, wall or ceiling

Indoor Height: At least 6.5 ft. (1.9 m) above floor

Outdoor or indoor -22° F to 122° F (-30° C to 50° C)

RH: 95%, noncondensing

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

*For Diagram see technical section page 152

Outdoor Light Level Sensor product Features

Outdoor use, wall- and ceiling-mounted low-profile unit

Can maintain a constant illumination level of

5 – 150 footcandles

Control of up to two C-Bus group addresses

Sensors receive data and power over a single C-Bus twisted-pair cable, so they do not require power packs or line-voltage connections

180° field of view

Catalog Number Description

SLC5031PEWP Outdoor Light-Level Sensor

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C-Bus

professional Series Dimmer

The C-Bus Professional Dimmers are designed to control incandescent and compatible low-voltage lighting. These dimmers are ideal for tight space applications where traditional rack mounted assemblies are not practical.

Professional dimmer units are available in 5 A (4 channels), 10 A (two channels), and 20 A (one channel) models. Each channel provides independent dimming and incorporates thermal overload and over-current protection. These dimmer units automatically compensate for voltage and frequency fluctuations and employ advanced phase-control techniques to reduce flicker and increase lamp life.

The aluminum enclosure acts as a heat sink and is designed for easy wall mounting, including keyhole mounts and removable terminals for the C-Bus and override connections. An optional terminal box is available for conduit connections.

Configuration options include network monitoring of the channel load and network voltages, adjustable delays for dimming levels, and master override.

10A, 2-Channel Professional Dimmer Unit technical information

Nominal Voltage

Requirements

C-Bus voltage 15 – 36 Vdc

Nominal Line Supply

Voltage and Frequency

110 – 120 Vac, ±10%, 50/60 Hz

Useable Output Current 60 mA

Frequency Drift 3 Hz per minute, maximum

Frequency Step Change 0.1 Hz (maximum)

Minimum Load 100 W per channel

Current Sensing

Efficiency

5 – 100% of full-rated load, 5% accuracy

98%

Number of Units per Network

C-Bus Connections

Use the C-Bus Calculator, a software utility, to determine the total network current load

Load Terminals

Four-way removable screw terminals, CAT 5 UTP cable required

Accommodates one #12 or up to two #14 AWG cable

[(3.31 mm 2 – 1.3 mm 2 )]

Auxiliary Contacts

Status Indicators

Dimensions

Weight

Operating Environment

Standards

2.5 A @ 120 Vac, normally open, voltage free, resistive

Channel, Unit and C-Bus

9.45 in. (L) x 7.95 in. (W) x 2.95 in. (H))

[240 mm (L) x 202 mm (W) x 75 mm (H)]

4.85 lb (2.2 kg)

32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C) RH: 95%, noncondensing

UL508 Industrial Control Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 152

Catalog Number

SLC5104TD5

SLC5102TD10

SLC5101TD20

Accessories

SLCU5100TB

Description

Professional Dimmer 5 A, 4 Channel, 120 Vac

Professional Dimmer 10 A, 2 Channel, 120 Vac

Professional Dimmer 20 A, 1 Channel 120 Vac

Description

Terminal Box product Features

Suitable for use with resistive and inductive loads and lowvoltage lamps utilizing iron core or electronic transformers

Quick-mounting design, including keyhole mounts, front and rear cable access, and removable terminals for C-Bus connections

Specialized dimming modes–soft turn on/off and linearized brightness control

Built-in power supply sources 60 mA to the C-Bus network

Compensates for fluctuations in frequency and voltage of power source

Monitors load current by channel

Integral thermal overload protection on each channel

Individual channels can be turned On/Off at the unit or via

C-Bus commands

LEDs indicate the status of the network at the unit and the status of the unit’s load and power

Optional terminal box for connecting conduit

Non-volatile memory stores operating status for recovery from a power outage

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phase angle Dimmers

The C-Bus Phase Angle Dimmers are C-Bus controlled output units suitable for incandescent and compatible low-voltage lighting. These units are designed to be rack mounted in suitable DIN style enclosures.

Each of the unit’s channels can independently control loads to create dynamic lighting scenes. These dimmer units automatically compensate for voltage and frequency fluctuations and employ advanced phase-control techniques to reduce flicker and increase lamp life.

Phase Angle Dimmer Unit with Power Supply technical information

Nominal Voltage

Requirements

Nominal Line

Supply Voltage and

Frequency

C-Bus Source

Current

Load Rating per

Channel

Minimum Load

Efficiency

Number of Units per Network

C-Bus Connections

Cable

Remote Override

Connection

Power Terminals

Load Terminals

15 – 36 Vdc @ 18 mA from the C-Bus network when there is no external power source

110 – 120 Vac, ±10%, 50 – 60 Hz

200 mA (Models: SLC5508TD2A, SLC5504TD4A)

2 A (SLC5508TD2A), 4 A (SLC5504TD4A)

15 W per channel

98%

Use the C-Bus Calculator, a software utility, to determine the total network current load

(2) RJ-45 connectors, CAT 5 UTP cable required

15.75 in. (400 mm) patch lead included

RJ-45 connector

Status Indicators

Dimensions

Weight

Mounting

Operating

Environment

Accommodate 16 – 12 AWG cable

2 x #14 – 16 gauge or 1 x #12 gauge

Channel: (1) per channel

Unit (1): Unit power

C-Bus (1): Power levels and presence of C-Bus clock

8.5 in. (L) x 3.6 in. (W) x 2.5 in. (H)) [216 mm (L) x 92 mm (W) x 63 mm (H)]

23 oz (647 g)

DIN rail, 12M wide

32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C) RH: 95%, noncondensing

Standards

UL508 Industrial Control Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 153

Catalog Number

SLC5504TD4A

SLC5504TD4AP

SLC5508TD2A

SLC5508TD2AP

Description

Four-Channel 4 A Dimmer, with power supply

Four-Channel 4 A Dimmer, without power supply

Eight-Channel 2 A Dimmer, with power supply

Eight-Channel 2 A Dimmer, without power supply product Features

Suitable for use with incandescent lamps and low-voltage lamps utilizing iron core or electronic transformers

Specialized dimming modes — soft turn On/Off and linearized brightness control

Can supply up to 200 mA to the C-Bus network

(models SLC5504TD4A and SLC5508TD2A with built-in power supply)

Integral thermal overload protection on each channel

Individual channels can be turned ON/OFF at unit or via

C-Bus commands

LEDs indicate the status of the network at the unit, the status of the unit’s load and power, and the status of each channel

Non-volatile memory stores operating status for recovery from a power outage

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C-Bus

2 channel Dali gateway

The C-Bus Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI) Gateway provides an isolated two-way communications path between a C-Bus network and two DALI networks, making it possible to use the C-Bus network to control and monitor

DALI ballasts.

The DALI gateway constantly monitors both DALI networks and can detect and report faulty lamps in fluorescent ballasts or non-functional DALI ballasts.

technical information

Nominal Voltage

Requirements

Electrical Isolation

Number of Units per Network

C-Bus Connections

DALI Connections

Cable

Status Indicators

Dimensions

Weight

Mounting

Operating

Environment

15 – 36 Vdc @ 32 mA, drawn from the C-Bus network

3.75 kV RMS, from interface to C-Bus network

Use the C-Bus Calculator, a software utility, to determine the total network current load

Built-in RJ-45 sockets (2) for connection to the C-Bus network

Two screw-type terminal blocks accommodating 16 – 12 AWG cable

(2 x 1.31 mm

2

or 1 x 2.5 mm

2

)

(1) 15.75 in. (400 mm) patch lead included

Unit/Comms: Unit power and data transmission

C-Bus: Power levels and presence of C-Bus clock

3.4 in. (L) x 2.8 in. (W) x 2.6 in.(H) [85 mm (L) x 72 mm (W) x 65 mm (H)]

4.6 oz (130 g)

DIN rail, 4M wide

32° F to 113° F (0 ° C to 45 ° C) RH: 95%, noncondensing

Standards

UL: Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 153

DALI Gateway product Features

Provides two-way communications between C-Bus and DALI networks, routing selected messages from one to the other

Unit is transparent and invisible to DALI ballasts

Pre-programmed C-Bus to DALI and DALI to C-Bus addressing structure

Unit/Comms and C-Bus LEDs show the status of data transmissions, the unit’s power, the C-Bus network’s power, and the presence of the C-Bus clock

Software-selectable network burden and network clock

Standard built-in C-Bus network connectors: (2) RJ-45

Non-volatile memory to store operating status for recovery from a power outage

Receives data and power over the network, so the unit does not require power packs or line-voltage connections

Catalog Number

SLC5502DAL

Description

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C-Bus

DMx gateway

The C-Bus to DMX One Way Gateway converts up to twelve received lighting group address/levels to DMX-512-A data, and then transmits the data to a connected

DMX-512-A network.

Using the DMX Gateway, C-Bus can control the following DMX-512-A based devices:

• LED lighting controllers that include control inputs for dimming and color mixing

• Strobes

• Fiber optic lighting

• Fog machines

• Animated characters

• Motorized fixtures

DMX Gateway (SLC5500DMX) technical information

DMX protocol

Maximum length of

DMX cable in network

Maximum number of units on a C-Bus network

C-Bus input power

DMX output

C-Bus AC input impedance

Electrical isolation

Mounting type

DMX 512-A

1493 ft. (455 meters)

30

15 – 36 Vdc, 65 mA, class 2

6.4 Vpp, 12mA, class 2

40 kΩ at 1 kHz

Connectors

Weight

Operating temperature

Humidity

2500 V between C-Bus and DMX

DIN rail, 4M wide

2 RJ-45 for C-Bus network

1 Screw terminal block for DMX**

1 XLR 5-pin female panel connector on the DMX cable assembly

0.27lbs (121 grams)

32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C)

10% to 95% non condensing

*For Diagram see technical section page 153

** Do not connect the DMX Gateway between other devices. The DMX Gateway must be at the Position 1 on the

DMX network. Use a daisy-chain configuration.

product Features

Enables one way communication between C-Bus and

DMX-512-A networks

Custom-configurable address mapping. (One C-Bus address can control multiple DMX 512 slots)

Draws power from the C-Bus network

LEDs display the status of the power, communications, and the C-Bus network

Remote Override (ON and OFF) options

Software-selectable network burden and network clock

Two standard built-in C-Bus RJ-45 network connectors

Non-volatile memory protects unit against power outages

Configured by using the C-Bus Toolkit software

Catalog Number

5500DMX

Description

C-Bus to DMX One Way Gateway

Quantity

1

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C-Bus

4 channel 0 – 10V Dimmer

The C-Bus 4 Channel 0-10V Dimmer provides four channels of analog 0-10Vdc that can be used as the control signals for various peripheral devices, including certain

LED drivers and electronically dimmable fluorescent lighting ballasts.

This analog output unit can sink or source current as appropriate for the connected load, and produces 0 – 10 V in response to commands from the C-Bus network.

Each channel can be individually adjusted from 0 to 100% at the unit, by C-Bus commands or remotely, and each can drive multiple loads.

technical information

Power Requirements

Number of Units per Network

Electrical Isolation

Output Voltage Range

Output Rating

Status Indicators

C-Bus Connection

Cable

Output Terminals

Mounting

Dimensions

Weight

Operating Environment

Standards

C-Bus: 15 – 36 Vdc @ 22 mA required for normal operation.

Power: 120 V or 277 Vac connection, 10 W

Use the C-Bus Calculator, a software utility, to determine the total network current load

3.5 kV RMS from C-Bus to the line

0 – 10 Vdc (±0.5)

Sourcing: 2.5 mA (minimum of 4 kohm)

Sinking: 15 mA at V out

= 10 V

= 0 V

8 mA at V out

[i.e., I = 15-(0.7 x V out

)mA]

Unit: Unit power

C-Bus: Network voltage level and presence of system clock

(2) RJ-45 terminals

(1) 15.75 in. (400 mm) CAT 5 patch lead with pre-terminated

RJ-45 connectors

Accommodates 2 X 16 AWG or 1 X 12 AWG cable

(2 x 1.3 mm

2

or 1 x 3.3 mm

2

)

DIN rail, 4M wide

3.35 in. (L) x 2.83 in. (W) x 2.56 in. (D)

[85 mm (L) x 72 mm (W) x 65 mm (D)]

8.64 oz (245 g)

32° F to 122° F (0° C to 50° C) RH: 95%, noncondensing

UL: Listed 916 Energy Management Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

*For Diagram see technical section page 154

Catalog Number

SLCLE5504TAMP

SLCLE5504HAMP

Description

Analog Output Unit, 0 – 10 V, 120 V

Analog Output Unit, 0 – 10 V, 277 V

4 channel 0-10V Fluorescent Ballast Dimmer product Features

Produces four independently controllable channels of

0-10 Vdc for controlling dimmable lighting ballasts or other loads

Each channel can sink or source current and drive multiple loads

Two RJ-45 connectors facilitate quick connections to the

C-Bus network and between similar units

Unit and C-Bus LEDs show the status of the unit and the network

Non-volatile memory stores operating status for recovery from a power outage

120 or 277 Vac models available

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C-Bus

10 amp relay unit

The C-Bus Relays are DIN-rail mounted units with twelve independent, voltage free, relay contacts for general switching applications. They are suitable for use with resistive, inductive, incandescent and fluorescent loads.

Each channel is independently configurable and features a zero crossing magnetically latching relay designed for switching the harsh electrical loads associated with today’s high efficiency lighting systems. Local toggle buttons are provided on each unit to allow individual channels to be toggled at each unit or via

C-Bus network commands. Remote ON and OFF facilities are available, permitting all channels to be turned ON or OFF without C-Bus Network communications.

10 Amp Relay technical information

Nominal Supply

Voltage

110 – 120 V (SLC5512TRVF and SLC5512TRVFP)

277 V (SLC5512HRVF and SLC5512HRVFP)

Frequency Range(s) 50 – 60 Hz

C-Bus Supply

Voltage

15 – 36 Vdc @ 18 mA required for programming when electrical power source is not connected

Sources 200 mA to the C-Bus Network with electrical power source connected (non-power supply versions)

15 – 36 Vdc @ 0 mA is required for programming when electrical power source is connected

3.75 kV RMS from C-Bus to power source

Electrical isolation

Contact Type

C-Bus Connections

Electrical Terminals

Status Indicators

Dimensions

Weight

Voltage Free, magnetically latched

2 RJ-45 connectors, CAT 5 UTP cable req.

Accommodates (1) #12 or up to (2) #14 – 16 AWG

(3.31 mm

2

- (2) x 2.08 - 1.31 mm

2

)

C-Bus Indicator

Unit Status Indicator

Load Indicator

12 Channel — 8.46 x 3.35 x 2.56 inches (215 x 85 x 65 mm)

12 Channel — 21 oz (600 g) (w/o Power Supply) 28 oz (800 g)

(w/Power Supply)

Mounting

Operating

Environment

DIN rail, 12 Channel — 12M wide

32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C) RH: 95%, noncondensing

Standards

UL: Listed 508 Industrial Control Equipment

CSA 22.2 No. 14 Industrial Control Equipment

FCC: Part 15, Class B Digital Device

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

Catalog Number

SLC5512TRVF

SLC5512TRVFP

SLC5512HRVF

SLC5512HRVFP

Description

12 Channel, 120 V, 10 A w/power supply

12 Channel, 120 V, 10 A w/o power supply

12 Channel, 277 V, 10 A w/power supply

12 Channel, 277 V, 10 A w/o power supply product Features

• Four or twelve independently operating voltage free relay contacts

• Two convenient built-in C-Bus network connectors

(RJ-45)

• Units available both with and without a 200 mA power supply

• Non-volatile memory stores operating status for recovery from power outage

• LED Indicators show the status of the network and the unit

• Load Rating

» Resistive -10 A

» Inductive -10 A

»

Fluorescent -10 A

» Motor -2 A

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C-Bus

20 amp relay units

The C-Bus 20 Amp Relays are DIN-rail mounted units with four independent, voltage free, relay contacts. They are suitable for use with resistive, inductive, incandescent and fluorescent loads.

Each channel is independently configurable and features a zero crossing magnetically latching relay designed for switching the harsh electrical loads associated with today’s high efficiency lighting systems. Local toggle buttons are provided on each unit to allow individual channels to be toggled at each unit or via C-Bus network commands. Remote ON and OFF facilities are available, permitting all channels to be turned ON or OFF without C-Bus Network communications.

4 Channel 20 A Relay technical information

Nominal Supply Voltage

Frequency Range(s)

C-Bus Supply Voltage

Electrical isolation

Contact Type

C-Bus Connections

Electrical Terminals

Status Indicators

Dimensions

Weight

Mounting

Operating Environment

Standards

110 – 120 V (SLC5512TRVF and SLC5512TRVFP)

277 V (SLC5512HRVF and SLC5512HRVFP)

50 – 60 Hz

15 – 36 Vdc @ 18 mA required for programming when electrical power source is not connected.

Sources 200 mA to the C-Bus Network with electrical power source connected.

3.75 kV RMS from C-Bus to power source

Voltage Free, magnetically latched

2 RJ-45 connectors, CAT 5 UTP cable req.

Accommodates (1) #12 or up to (2) #14 – 16 AWG

(2 x 1.3 mm

2

or 1 x 3.3 mm

2

)

C-Bus Indicator

Unit Status Indicator

Load Indicator

8.46 x 3.35 x 2.56 inches (215 x 85 x 65 mm)

20.46 oz (580 g)

DIN rail, 12M wide

32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C) RH: 95%, noncondensing

UL508 Industrial Control Equipment

CSA 22.2 Spec 205 Signal Equipment

FCC: Part 15.101, Class B Digital Device

EN61000-3-2 Low Frequency Emissions

*For Diagram see technical section page 154

Catalog Number

SLC5504TRVF20

SLC5504TRVF20P

SLC5504HRVF20

SLC5504HRVF20P

Description

4 Channel, 120 V, 20 A with power supply

4 Channel, 120 V, 20 A without power supply

4 Channel, 277 V, 20 A with power supply

4 Channel, 277 V, 20 A without power supply product Features

• Four independently operating voltage free relay contacts

• Two convenient built-in C-Bus network connectors (RJ-45)

• Units available both with and without a

200mA power supply

• Non-volatile memory stores operating status for recovery from power outage

• LED Indicators show the status of the network and the unit

• Remote ON/OFF override capabilities

• Load Rating (4 channel 20 Amp rated relay)

» Resistive 20 A

»

Inductive 20 A

» Fluorescent 20 A

» Motor 4 A

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C-Bus

changeover relay units

The C-Bus Changeover Relays are DIN-rail mounted devices with four independent, voltage free, changeover relay contacts.

Schneider Electric C-Bus Changeover Relays are designed to operate threespeed motors and two-way motor control devices. Some of their most common applications include operating motorized blinds, shutters, curtains and skylights

(open/closed) where they provide a much simpler alternative to traditional and obtrusive relay interlocking systems.

technical information

Nominal Supply Voltage

Frequency Range(s)

C-Bus Supply Voltage

Electrical isolation

Contact Type

C-Bus Connections

Electrical Terminals

Status Indicators

Dimensions

Weight

Mounting

Operating Environment

Standards

110 – 120 V (SLC5504TRVFC and SLC5504TRVFCP)

250 – 277 V (SLC5504HRVFC and SLC5504HRVFCP)

50 – 60 Hz

15 – 36 Vdc @ 18 mA required for programming when electrical power source is not connected.

Sources 200 mA to the C-Bus Network with electrical power source connected.

3.75 kV RMS from C-Bus to power source

Changeover, Non-latching

2 RJ-45 connectors, CAT 5 UTP cable req.

Accommodates (1) #12 or up to (2) #14 – 16 AWG

(2 x 1.3 mm

2

or 1 x 3.3 mm

2

)

C-Bus Indicator

Unit Status Indicator

Load Indicator

5.67 x 3.35 x 2.60 inches (144 x 85 x 65 mm)

13 oz (370 g) (With Power Supply)

17 oz (490 g) (Without Power Supply)

DIN rail, 8M wide

32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C) RH: 95%, noncondensing

UL: Listed 508 Industrial Control Equipment

CSA 22.2 No. 14 Industrial Control Equipment

FCC: Part 15, Class B Digital Device

*For Diagram see technical section page 154

Catalog Number

SLC5504TRVFC

SLC5504HRVFC

Description

4 Channel changeover relay unit 120 Vac, with power supply

4 Channel changeover relay unit 277 Vac, with power supply

Changeover Relay Unit product Features

• Four (4) isolated independently operating relay channels

• Two (2) convenient built-in C-Bus network connectors (RJ-45)

• Non-volatile memory stores operating status for recovery from power outage

• LED Indicators show the status of the network and the unit

• Changeover Relays ratings: (120 Vac Max)

• 2 A Exhaust fans (shaded pole induction motors)

• 2 A Ceiling fans (split-phase induction motors)

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C-Bus

low Voltage relay

The C-Bus 8 Channel Low Voltage Relay is used for switching loads such as irrigation solenoids, and LV air conditioning dampers. The Relay may also be used for switching LV pulse signal control loads into third party products.

The C-Bus 8 Channel Low Voltage Relay is a C-Bus output device that controls eight low voltage relay channels. The unit is powered from the C-Bus network and requires no other power source. The unit can be daisy chained or placed at the end of a C-Bus network.

technical information

C-Bus network supply voltage

Maximum units per

C-Bus network

C-Bus connections

15 to 36 Vdc @ 32 mA required for programming and operation

50

Warm up time

Load rating per relay channel

Contact type

2 wire, twisted pair

5 seconds

2 A at 30 Vdc maximum or 30 Vac RMS suitable for resistive and inductive loads

Voltage free, SPDT (changeover)

Relay terminal connections

Types of electrical connection

C common, N/O normally open, N/C normally closed

Dimensions (W x H x D) 8.66 x 3.15 x 1.50 in. (220 x 80 x 38 mm)

Weight 11.64 oz (330 g)

Mounting mode

EMC environment

Fixed load terminal for: 1 x 1.0 mm² wire per tunnel (13 AWG),

Fixed aux (C-Bus) connectors for: 2 x 1.5 mm²

Surface: 4 mounting screw holes and keyhole mount

Environment A

Operating ambient temperature

Storage temperature

Operating humidity

Standards:

32° F to 122° F (0° C to 50° C)

32° F to 140° F (0° C to 60° C)

10 to 90% non condensing

CSA C22.2 No. 205 — Signal Equipment

UL916 — Energy Management Equipment, FCC Part

15 — Class B Digital Device for Home or Office Use

*For Diagram see technical section page 155

Catalog Number

SLC5108RELVP

Description

8 Channel Low Voltage Relay

Low Voltage Relay product Features

• Software-selectable C-Bus system clock

• Synchronize data communication on the

C-Bus network

• Switch Low Voltage Loads

• Control third party products

• 2 Status Indicator Lights

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C-BuS LIGHtInG COntrOL Occupancy cOntrOller

Occupancy Controller with

C-Bus Connection Option

The Occupancy Controller from Schneider Electric has two lighting control relays, a motion sensor power supply, two auxiliary input switches, two timers (one per relay), and two relay default mode switches associated with each relay. The occupancy controller includes a C-Bus interface allowing for seamless integration into any C-Bus network. The occupancy controller provides a simple all-in-one solution for dimming, on-off operation, and powering of sensors. It operates over a wide range of input voltages (100 – 277 Vac) and is designed for above-ceiling installation. The occupancy controller is ideal for in-room occupancy control applications such as classrooms, open-office space, executive offices and conference rooms. The controller may be configured for C-Bus connectivity or in a standalone operation mode using the standalone jumper.

The 5752PP Series

Occupancy Controller technical information

Power supply voltage

Power supply frequency

Motion sensor power supply

Power supply rating

Nominal C-Bus Voltage Requirements

(if connected to C-Bus network)

Max units per network

C-Bus AC Impedance

Relay rating

Ballast control power supply

(5752PP/2R/2D)

Maximum ballasts per control

(57PP/2R/2D)

Connections

(Screw-type Phoenix-style connectors)

Maximum operating temp.

Operating humidity

Dimensions (H x W x D)

Standards (Title)

*For Diagram see technical section page 26

100 – 277 Vac

50 – 60 Hz

Power output 280 mA (140 mA per detector connection)

24 Vdc SELV/Class 2

Draws 15 – 36 Vdc SELV/Class 2 @ 25 mA from the C-Bus network, enabling configuration.

80

80 KΩ @ 1 KHz

Resistive: 16A at 277 Vac, Incandescent/Tungsten: 12A at 277 Vac

Fluorescent (UL) Standard ballast: 10 A at 277 Vac (inductive 0.4 – 0.5 pf)

Analog: 1 – 10 Vdc 200 mA, DSI: 0 – 12 Vdc 200 mA, DALI: 0 – 12 Vdc 250 mA

100 for DALI or DSI. 50 for 0 – 10 V analog

Input: 14 – 12 AWG (2.5 – 4 mm² ), Relay output: 14 – 12 AWG (2.5 – 4 mm² )

Motion detector: 3-pin, 1 per relay present, Auxiliary input: 2-pin, 1 per relay present,

C-Bus: 4-pin

122° F (50 ° C) approved for use in a plenum

10 to 90% RH (non-condensing)

8.0 x 7.87 x 2.36 in. (203 x 200 x 60 mm)

CSA C22.2 No. 205 (Signal Equipment), UL916 (Energy Management Equipment)

FCC Part 15 (Class B Digital Device for Home or Office Use)

Catalog

Number

5752PP/2R

Description

Occupancy Controller with 2 relays rated at 16 amps each

5752PP/2R/2D Occupancy Controller with 2 relays rated at 16 amps each and 2 ballast control outputs: DSI, DALI, or 0-10 V*

*Check with your local C-Bus or Schneider Electric sales representative for availability of units that can control electronic ballasts.

compatible Sensors

Sensor

SLSCPS1000

SLSCUS2000

SLSCDS2000

SLSCDU800

Description

Ceiling mount PIR motion sensor,

360° detection pattern, isolated relay

Ceiling mount Ultrasonic motion sensor,

360°detection pattern, isolated relay

Ceiling mount Dual-technology

(PIR and Ultrasonic) motion sensor,

360° detection pattern, isolated relay

Ceiling mount Ultrasonic motion sensor,

180° detection pattern, isolated relay

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Sensor

SLSCDS800

SLSWPS1500

SLSWUS1500

SLSWDS1500

Description

Ceiling mount Dual-technology

(PIR and Ultrasonic motion sensor,

180° detection pattern, isolated relay

Wall mount PIR motion sensor,

110° detection pattern, isolated relay

Wall mount Ultrasonic motion sensor, isolated relay

Wall mount Dual-technology; PIR and ultrasonic motion

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• Input voltage range:

100 – 277 Vac 50/60 Hz

One motion detector input terminal for each relay

• 24 Vdc power supply for the motion detectors

One auxiliary input switch terminal and timer for each relay

• One relay fail-safe mode switch for each relay

Remote override on/off capability

• Class 1 and Class 2 voltage isolation

C-Bus connectivity option

C-BuS LIGHtI nG COntrOL area lighting panel

C-Bus

area lighting panels

The C-Bus Area Lighting Panels are ideally suited to meet lighting control energy code requirements in classrooms, offices and other small spaces. These devices provide the ability to integrate keypads, occupancy sensing, light level detection, and switching without the mess of complex control wiring. A simple CAT-5 cable is all that is required to connect sensors and keypads.

Area Lighting Panels can operate as independent stand-alone islands or as part of an entire facility wide lighting control system. Enclosures can easily be mounted in electrical closets or in ceiling spaces. They include all necessary connections and are UL Listed. Area Lighting Panels can also be used in conjunction with

Powerlink panels.

8 channel 20A Relay Area Lighting Panel

Area Lighting Panels can be used for on/off switching, stepped dimming or continuous dimming applications.

All relays feature rugged 20A rated contacts for switching electronic ballast loads. Models with continuous dimming capabilities are rated for either NEC Class 1 or Class 2 wiring.

technical information

Rated Voltage 120 V and 277 V 50/60 Hz

Number of Units per Network

Electrical isolation

Relays

Short Circuit

Current Rating

Standards

Use the C-Bus calculator, a software utility to determine total network current load or Toolkit software

3.5 kV RMS from C-Bus to the line

20 A

65 kA (120 V), 14 kA (277 V)

C-Bus Connections RJ45

Dimensions

12M Enclosure

24M Enclosure

12.78 in. x 9.09 in. x 4.0 in.

14.50 in. x 14.94 in. x 4.0 in.

UL: Listed 508A, FCC part 15.101, Class B Device

EN61000-4-2 Immunity to ESD

Catalog Number Enclosure Description

4 Channel 20A Relay Models

SLCZ042000T

SLCZ042000H

SLCZ042000TP

SLCZ042000HP

12M

12M

12M

12M

4 Channel 20 A Relay @ 120 V with power supply*

4 Channel 20 A Relay @ 277 V with power supply*

4 Channel 20 A Relay @ 120 V without power supply

4 Channel 20 A Relay @ 277V without power supply

8 Channel 20A Relay Models

SLCZ082000T

SLCZ082000H

SLCZ082000TP

SLCZ082000HP

4 Channel 20A Relay Models with 0-10V Output Units

SLCZ04204AT 24M 4 Channel 20 A Relay @ 120 V with power supply and 4 Channel 0 – 10 V Output Unit*

SLCZ04204AH

SLCZ04204ATP

24M

24M

24M

24M

24M

24M

8 Channel 20 A Relay @ 120 V with power supply*

8 Channel 20 A Relay @ 277 V with power supply*

8 Channel 20 A Relay @ 120 V without power supply

8 Channel 20 A Relay @ 277 V without power supply

4 Channel 20 A Relay @ 277 V with power supply and 4 Channel 0 – 10 V Output Unit*

4 Channel 20 A Relay @ 120 V without power supply and 4 Channel 0 – 10 V Output Unit

SLCZ04204AHP 24M 4 Channel 20 A Relay @ 277 V without power supply and 4 Channel 0 – 10 V Output Unit

4 Channel Phase Angle Dimmer Models

SLCZ00004DT

SLCZ00004DTP

12M

12M

4 Channel Phase Angle Dimmer @ 120 V with power supply

4 Channel Phase Angle Dimmer @ 120 V without power supply

4 Channel 20A Relay Models with Phase Angle Dimmer Units

SLCZ04204DT 24M 4 Channel 20 A Relay @ 120 V with power supply and 4 channel phase angle dimmer unit

SLCZ04204DTP 24M 4 Channel 20 A Relay @ 120 V without power supply and 4 channel phase angle dimmer unit

*For stand-alone applications order unit with power supply

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• Relay models: Four or eight relay outputs, rated 20 A

• 0 – 10 V outputs for control of 0 – 10 V dimmable fluorescent ballast (suitable for use with MARK 7 ® , Sylvania

Quicktronic

®

, and

Universal SuperDim ® )

• Integral neutral and ground bar terminal strips

• Plenum-rated for ceiling applications

• Bypass mode to facilitate quick start up

• Meets NEC Article 409

• UL Listed 508A, SCCR current ratings: 65 kA

(120 V), 14 kA (277 V)

• Surface Mount NEMA 1

Enclosure

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C-Bus

8M/12M enclosures

The C-Bus Enclosures provide a housing for various C-Bus DIN-mounted devices.

The 8M and 12M enclosures are specifically designed for distributed applications that require physical proximity between DIN units and keypads, sensors or controlled loads.

The 8M enclosure consists of a box with a cover and a DIN rail for mounting one

8M or two 4M units. The enclosure also has provisions for mounting neutral and ground bars.

The 12M enclosure consists of a box with a cover and a DIN rail for mounting three

4M C-Bus units, one 8M unit plus one 4M unit or one 12M unit. The enclosure also has factory mounted neutral and ground bars.

technical information

Catalog Number

SLC8M

SLC12MSG

Description

8M DIN Enclosure



12M DIN Enclosure

ê

8M Enclosure

Type

DIN Module Capacity

Dimensions

Mounting

Weight

Standards

NEMA 1

8M: One 8M or two 4M C-Bus units

12M: One 12M, one 8M + one 4M or three 4M C-Bus units

8M: 12.57 in. (L) x 8.88 in. (W) x 3.8 in. (D) [319 mm (L) x 226 mm (W) x 97 mm (D)]

12M: 12.78 in. (W) x 9.09 in. (T) x 4.0 in. (D) [325 mm (L) x 231 mm (W) x 102 mm (D)]

DIN rail

8M: 8.4 lb (3.81 kg)

12M: 11.7 lb (5.3 kg)

UL Standard 50 Enclosures for electrical equipment

*For Diagram see technical section page 155

Accessories

PK7GTA

PKGTAB

SLC4CSF8

PK7GTA

PKGTAB

Description

Ground/Neutral Bar

®

Neutral Insulator Kit

®

Filler Plate, 4M

Ground/Neutral Bar

Neutral Insulator Kit



ê

Also included are 2 ft. of flexible, Class 2 barrier, four pan mounting screws, four cover mounting screws, and two DIN rail stops.

Note: The C-Bus 8M Enclosure will accept one additional terminator bar (PK7GTA) intended for load neutral connections. This is to be used when the C-Bus unit mounted inside requires neutral connection points for loads, i.e. a relay unit. Use in conjunction with a Neutral Insulator Kit (PKGTAB)

12M Enclosure product Features

• Surface-mount NEMA 1 enclosure

• Welded sheet steel with knockouts

• Gray baked enamel, electrodeposited over cleaned, phosphatized steel

• Triple-lead cover screws for fast installation of cover

• DIN rail, suitable for mounting DIN modules

• UL Listed

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C-Bus

24M enclosure

The C-Bus Enclosures provide a housing for various C-Bus DIN-mounted devices. The

24M enclosure is specifically designed for distributed applications that require physical proximity between DIN units and keypads, sensors or controlled loads.

Suitable for surface mounting, the 24M enclosure consists of a box with a hinged door and two rows for mounting C-Bus DIN-mounted units. Each row can hold one

12M unit, one 8M unit plus one 4M unit, or three 4M units. The enclosure also has provisions for additional neutral and ground bars.

24M Enclosure technical information

24M Enclosure

Type

DIN Module Capacity

Dimensions

Mounting

Standard

Weight

NEMA 1

Two rows for mounting C-Bus DIN-mounted units. Each row can hold one 12M unit, one 8M unit plus one 4M unit, or three 4M units

14.50 in. (W) x 14.94 in. (T) x 4.0 in. (D) [368 mm (L) x 379 mm (W) x 102 mm (D)]

DIN rail

UL Standard 50 Enclosures for electrical equipment

18.9 lb (8.6 kg)

*For Diagram see technical section page 156

Catalog Number

SLC24MSG

Description

24M DIN Enclosure

ê

Accessories

PK7GTA

PKGTAB

Description

Ground/Neutral Bar

®

Neutral Insulator Kit

®

The enclosure comes with two DIN rails, two ground bars, and two insulated neutral terminal bars pre-installed on the mounting pan. Also included

are 2 ft. of flexible, Class 2 barrier, four pan mounting screws, and four door mounting screws, and four DIN rail stops.

Note: The C-Bus 24M Enclosure will accept one additional terminator bar (PK7GTA) intended for load neutral connections. This is to be used when the C-Bus unit mounted inside requires neutral connection points for loads, i.e. a relay unit. Use in conjunction with a Neutral Insulator Kit (PKGTAB)

product Features

• Surface-mount

NEMA 1 enclosure

• Welded sheet steel with knockouts

• Gray baked enamel, electrodeposited over cleaned, phosphatized steel

• Triple-lead cover screws for fast installation of cover

• Hinged trim for easy access

• DIN rail, suitable for mounting C-Bus

DIN-mounted C-Bus units. Each row can hold one 12M unit, one

8M unit plus one 4M unit, or three 4M units.

• UL Listed

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C-Bus

36MS enclosures

The C-Bus Enclosures provide a multi-purpose means for housing various C-Bus

DIN-mounted devices. Suitable for flush or surface mounting, the enclosure consists of a mounting, pan assembly, and a cover assembly. The cabinet can be ordered separately, allowing for its installation with the rough-in of field wiring. Optional accessories are available to meet the needs of particular installations.

The 36MS enclosure provides three rows for mounting DIN-mounted C-Bus units.

Each row has the capacity to hold one 12M unit, one 8M unit with one 4M unit, or three 4M units.

36MS Enclosures are specifically designed for conventional installation near the main breaker panel. They provide a simple means of installing DIN-mounted units with all of the necessary wiring, neutral bars, ground bars and other components included. Once installed, the enclosure system allows for easy system maintenance with the C-Bus units accessible.

36MS Enclosure technical information

36M Enclosure

Type

DIN Module Capacity

Dimensions with Cover

Standard

Module Mounting

Total Weight

NEMA 1

Three DIN rails, each with the capacity for one 12M, one 8M with one 4M, or three 4M C-Bus DIN units

40.6 in. (L) x 15.4 in. (W) x 3.9 in. (D) [1031 mm (L) x 392 mm (W) x 99 mm (D)]

UL Standard 50 Enclosures for electrical equipment

DIN rail

57.7 lb (26.17 kg)

*For Diagram see technical section page 156

Catalog Number

SLC36SC

SLCMSFG

SLCMSSG

SLCMSFW

SLC2REC

Accessories

PK7GTA

PKGTAB

SLC4CSF8

Description

Enclosure Cabinet

Flush Mount Gray

Surface Mount Gray

Flush Mount White

Dual Receptacle Bracket

Description

Grnd/Neutral

Neutral Isolator Kit

Filler Plate product Features

• NEMA 1 enclosure suitable for flush or surface mounting

• Welded sheet steel with knockouts

• Gray baked enamel paint, electrodeposited over cleaned, phosphatized steel

• Triple-lead cover screws for fast installation of cover

• Three (3) DIN rails, each suitable for mounting

C-Bus DIN units in one of the following configurations:

» One (1) 12M unit

» One (1) 8M module with one (1) 4M unit

» Three (3) 4M units

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C-Bus

60M enclosures

The C-Bus Enclosures provide a multi-purpose means for housing various C-Bus

DIN-mounted devices. Suitable for flush or surface mounting, the enclosure consists of a cabinet, a mounting pan assembly, and a cover assembly. The cabinet can be ordered separately, allowing for its installation with the rough-in of field wiring. Options are available to meet the needs of particular installations.

The 60M enclosure provides five rows for mounting DIN-mounted C-Bus units.

Each row has the capacity to hold one 12M unit, one 8M unit with one 4M unit or three 4M units.

Schneider Electric 60M Enclosures are specifically designed for conventional installation near the main breaker panel. They provide a simple means of installing

DIN-mounted units with all of the necessary wiring, neutral bar, barriers and other components included. Once installed, the enclosure system allows for easy system maintenance with the C-Bus units accessible.

60M Enclosure technical information product Features

60M Enclosure

Type

DIN Module Capacity

Dimensions with Cover

(flush mount)

Dimensions with Cover

(surface mount)

Dimensions of

Enclosure Cabinet

Standard

Module Mounting

Total Weight

40.6 in. (L) x 15.4 in. (W) x 3.9 in. (D) [1031 mm (L) x 392 mm (W) x 99 mm (D)]

39.4 in. (L) x 14.2 in. (W) x 3.9 in. (D) [1000 mm (L) x 360 mm (W) x 99 mm (D)]

39.4 in. (L) x 14.2 in. (W) x 3.69 in. (D) [1000 mm (L) x 360 mm (W) x 99.8 mm (D)]

UL Standard 50 Enclosures for electrical equipment

DIN rail

57.7 lb (26.17 kg)

*For Diagram see technical section page 157

Catalog Number

SLC36C

SLC60MFG

SLC60MSG

SLC60MFW

Accessories

SDM4AC

PK4FL

SLC4CSF8

NEMA Type 1

Five DIN rails, each with the capacity for one 12M, one 8M with one 4M, or three 4M C-Bus DIN units

Description

Enclosure Cabinet, 40 in.

Mounting pan with gray flush-mount cover

Mounting pan with gray surface-mount cover

Mounting pan with white flush-mount cover

• NEMA Type 1 enclosure suitable for flush or surface mounting

• Welded sheet steel with knockouts

• ANSI Gray #49 baked enamel paint, electrodeposited over cleaned, phosphatized steel

• Triple-lead cover screws for fast installation of cover

• UL listed, 600V rated

Class 2 barrier included

• (3) pre-installed 23 position ground bars and (5) 12 position isolated neutral assemblies included

Description

Two duplex power receptacles

Door latch, locking

Filler plate, 4M

• Five DIN rails, each suitable for mounting

C-Bus DIN units in one of the following configurations:

» One 12M unit

» One 8M unit with one

(1) 4M unit

» Three 4M units

• UL Listed

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C-Bus

eight Button remote controllers

The C-Bus Eight-button Infrared (IR) Remote Control provides hand held remote control operation of lighting and other loads. Designed to work in conjunction with C-Bus devices containing IR receivers, this convenient remote control can switch, dim and control lighting scenes.

C-Bus Eight-button Remote Controller controls multiple input units as well as separately configured units.

This versatile remote control has a range of up to 49 feet (15 meters) and is easily configured by programming the IR receiving device in the C-Bus Toolkit software.

technical information

Supply Voltage

Battery Type

IR Transmission Range

Dimensions

Weight (w/o batteries)

Remote Control Holder

Dimensions

Mounting Centers

Mounting Screw Size

Wall Anchor Size

Weight

3 Vdc required for normal operation

(2) x AAA alkaline Speaker Diameter

Up to 49 ft. (15 m)

5.9 in. (L) x 2.1 in. (W) x 1.0 in. (D) [149 mm (L) x 52 mm (W) x 25 mm (D)]

2 oz (61 g)

4.3 in. (L) x 2.2 in. (W) x 1.3 in. (D) [108 mm (L) x 55 mm (W) x 32 mm (D)

2.2 – 2.4 in. (55 – 60 mm)

#6 (7/8 in.) flathead wood screw (3.5 mm x 20 mm)

¼ in. (7 mm x 25 mm)

1 oz (28 g)

*For Diagram see technical section page 158

Catalog Number

SLC5088TX

Description

Eight Button IR Remote Controller

8 Button Remote Controls product Features

• Eight-button options

• Wall mount storage holder included with each remote control

• Removeable front cover for label insertion

(labels included)

• (2) AAA batteries included

Distributed intelligence

• Compatible with C-Bus

IR Input devices

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C-BuS MuLtI-rOOM ir acceSSOrieS

Ir accessories ir tuBe target

Infra-red IR target designed to receive IR commands from Infra-red remote controls. Simple in-ceiling mounting.

Includes phoenix connector and 2 meters of wire. Comes with optional clear lens. ir Shelf Mount target

Infra-red IR target designed to receive IR commands from Infra-red remote controls. Simply set unit on shelf for easy

IR command access. Includes phoenix connector and 2 meters of wire. ir Flat target

Infra-red IR target designed to receive IR commands from Infra-red remote controls. Designed to mount in diffusers and small areas to mask appearance. Includes phoenix connector and 2 meters of wire. ir emitter leads

IR Leads plug into the C-Bus Multi room audio matrix switcher or C-Bus Nirts, and emit IR codes to the third party devices. Single and dual emitter leads available. Includes transparent adhesive sticker for application. nirt

The C-Bus NIRT is a wall mounted IR transmitter, that is designed to work with the C-Bus control system. The NIRT transmits up to 2 channels of IR commands to control third party components, ie: DVD players, TV’s, etc. ir reader

The C-Bus IR Reader is a programming tool that is used to learn 3rd party remote control IR commands. Using Circa software (free download) plug IR Reader into a PC via USB port and send remote control signal capture IR Code.

Catalog Number

SLC8050TT

SLC8050ST

SLC8050FT

SLC8050LD

SLC80502LD

SLC5034NIRT

SLC5100RP

Description

IR Tube Target

IR Shelf Mount Target

IR Flat Target

IR Emitter Leads- Single

IR Emitter Leads- Dual

NIRT

IR Reader

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C-Bus Software

Schedule plus

The C-Bus Schedule Plus Software provides a powerful and simple to use interface to a C-Bus control system. Schedule Plus provides control and monitoring of a commercial or industrial C-Bus system from a PC running the Microsoft Windows operating system. Access is obtained from a local PC or remotely via an Internet connection with a standard Web Browser.

Schedule Plus displays graphical items on user pages with simple Menu and Tab based options. Graphic items can be programmed to perform C-Bus functions when pressed. Examples of the type of items that can appear on Schedule Plus pages include buttons, sliders, indicators, real-time clocks JPEG Images and Bitmap Images.

These can be placed and sized as a user requires and can be displayed in full color.

Schedule Plus also reports the state of the C-Bus group addresses on a network in real-time, with group addresses represented by text or icons that change condition depending on status. Custom icons can be generated to represent the various control states; alternatively icons from the icon library provided with the package can be used.

As well as manual control and monitoring of a C-Bus system, Schedule Plus can also be used to create and edit complete C-Bus scenes and initiate real-time based schedules of events. The software supports a project editing mode for customizing the user interface and an operation mode, where clicking components on the screen will execute the programmed actions. Enhanced scheduling includes support for monitoring load run times, load power and energy consumed.

Schedule Plus Application Software USB

Example of a Schedule Plus Software Display Screen technical information

Platform

Server Technology

Connections

Graphical Objects

Component Properties

Graphical Associations

Scheduled Events

Event Properties

Password Protection

Modes

Project Summary

Event Log

Page Templates

Image Library

Sound

Windows 95, 98, 2000, NT, ME, Vista and XP

C-Bus C-Gate

Ethernet, RS-232

Text, buttons, sliders, shapes, images, real time clock, C-Bus timer, percentage indicator, light level, temperature, C-Bus network voltage

C-Bus network parameters, position, size, font style and color, text and image alignments, borders, stroke, background color/shading

C-Bus command (on/off/ramp), scene activation, scene activation via

C-Bus scene controllers, page links, back one page, operation over remote applications, exit simulation page

Create, display edit and print. Daily, weekly, weekdays, weekends, monthly and once off

Send C-Bus command (on/off/ramp & ramp rate), send pulsed C-Bus commands, set scenes, time of event, cycle of event

Yes

(2) Normal/Project Editing

Yes

Yes

Yes (included)

Yes (included)

.WAV file capable product Features

• Supports Microsoft Platforms (Vista compatible)

• Supports 128 bit encrypted internet connectivity

• Automatic project error checking and reporting

• Connection to C-Bus via Ethernet or RS-232

• Two, ten and unlimited network software licence key options

• Fully functional logic engine

• Graphical components used to illustrate actions

• Scheduled events can be created, displayed, edited, printed and scheduled daily, weekly, weekdays, weekends and monthly

• Monitoring of load run times, load power and energy consumed

• Page templates and image library

• Event log

• Two modes, Normal Operation or Project

Editing Modes

• Individual pages can be password protected

• Application support for HVAC and Security

Catalog Number

SLC5000SDSP24

SLC5000SDSP104

SLC5000SDSPU4

SLC5000SDSP24

Description

Schedule Plus license key for 2 networks

Schedule Plus license key for 10 networks

Schedule Plus license key for unlimited networks

Schedule Plus installer Key*

* Installer key allows installers to create/commission projects using SchedulePlus software. This code key is time

restricted and allows the software to operate in ‘normal’ mode for anywhere between 48 to 72 hours per use

(the software then returns to evaluation/demo mode).

Note: The installer code key will also be compatible with future software releases

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Saturn keypads

3.0 in.

76 mm

0.51 in.

13 mm

0.6 in.

15 mm

4.57 in.

116 mm

2.6 in.

66 mm

2.05 in.

52 mm

2.7 in.

69 mm

Top view of keypad showing width

Front view of keypad, including external height and width measurements of case

Side view of keypad, including height and depth requirements for insertion into wall

Saturn keypads with Dynamic labelling technology

1.13 in.

28.8 mm

3.0 in.

76 mm

.43 in.

10.8 mm

4.57 in.

116 mm

Front and side views of the Saturn DLT keypad illustrate its length and width and the depth the case extends into and out of a wall

neo Decorator keypads

3.0 in.

76 mm

.63 in.

16 mm

1.69 in.

43 mm

4.57 in.

116 mm

2.76 in.

70 mm

.28 in.

7 mm

Front view of keypad, including external height and width measurements of Faceplate

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Side view of keypad, including height and depth requirements for insertion into wall

Top view of keypad, including depth of face plate

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Color touch Screen

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Protrusion from wall:

0.9 in. (23.5 mm)

Mounting depth into wall:

2.2 in. (54 mm)

6.9 in.

173 mm

9.8 in.

246 mm

Front view of Color Touch Screen

Spectrum touch Screen

Cover plate

2.9 in. (72.5 mm)

Excluding cover plate

Side view of Color Touch Screen

6.8 in.

172.5 mm

5.39 in.

137 mm

4.5 in.

135 mm

1.65 in.

42 mm

7.56 in.

192 mm

Front view of Spectrum Touch Screen

Spectrum

Desktop touch Screen

Side view of Spectrum

Touch Screen

Front view of Spectrum

Touch Screen

Top view of Spectrum Touch Screen

5.5 in.

140 mm

6 in.

152 mm

Side view of Spectrum

Touch Screen

7.5 in.

191 mm 3.75 in.

95 mm

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Wiser home controller

2.75 in.

70 mm

2.9 in.

74 mm

3.3 in.

85 mm

0.9 in.

25 mm

1.4 in.

35 mm

3.75 in.

95.5 mm

ethernet network Interface

2.83 in.

72 mm

2.56 in.

65 mm

3.75 in.

95.5 mm

0.9 in.

23 mm

6.25 in.

159 mm

2.4 in.

60 mm

0.2 in.

6 mm

3.35 in.

85 mm

View of the Ethernet Network

Interface showing width

pC Interface

2.84 in.

72 mm

View of the Ethernet Network Interface showing height and depth

2.56 in.

65 mm

3.35 in.

85 mm

Front view of the PC

Interface showing width

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Side view of the PC Interface showing height and depth

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uSB Interface

2.84 in.

72 mm

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2.60 in.

66 mm

3.35 in.

85 mm

Side view of the PC Interface showing height and depth

Front view of the PC Interface showing width

network Bridge

2.83 in.

72 mm

2.56 in.

65 mm

3.35 in.

85 mm

Front view of the Network

Bridge showing width

power Supply

2.83 in.

72 mm

Side view of Network Bridge showing height and depth

2.56 in.

65 mm

3.35 in.

85 mm

Front view of a Power Supply showing width

Side view of a Power Supply showing depth and height

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pascal automation Controller

2.83 in.

72 mm

2.48 in.

63 mm

Front view of the Pascal

Automation Controller

General Input unit

5.7 in.

144 mm

3.62 in.

92 mm

Side view of the Pascal

Automation Controller

2.60 in.

65 mm

3.4 in.

85 mm

Side view of General Input Unit

0.71 in.

18 mm

1.9 in.

49 mm

Top view of General Input Unit

Bus Coupler

2.2 in.

55 mm

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Top view of Four-Channel Bus Coupler Side view of the Four-Channel Bus Coupler

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four-Channel auxiliary Input unit

2.8 in.

72 mm

2.60 in.

65 mm

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3.4 in.

85 mm

3.4 in.

85 mm

Top view of Four-Channel

Auxiliary Input Unit

DIn fan Controller

2.1 in.

53 mm

2.6 in.

65 mm

3.4 in.

85 mm

Side view of Four-Channel

Auxiliary Input Unit

2.6 in.

66 mm

Fan Controller Enclosure

8.3 in.

210 mm

Front view of Fan Controller Enclosure

3 in.

75.5 mm

Front view of DIN Fan Controller Side view of DIN Fan Controller

Side view of Fan Controller Enclosure

Indoor pIr Occupancy Sensor

Wall Ceiling

8 ft.

2.4 m

Sensor

20 ft.

6 m

20 ft

6 m

28 ft.

8.5 m

28 ft.

8.5 m

Field of view from side of indoor occupancy sensor

2.2 in.

57 mm

3.9 in.

100 mm

Front view of indoor occupancy sensor

28 ft.

8.5 m

Field of view from top of indoor occupancy sensor

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360° pIr Occupancy and Multi-Sensor

2.83 in.

72 mm

26 ft.

8 m

.59 in.

15 mm

3.46 in.

88 mm

Front view of C-Bus 360° PIR

Occupancy Sensor

8 ft.

2.4 m

13 ft.

4 m

7 ft.

2 m

0 7 ft.

2 m

Field of view from top and side for 360 PIR

Occupancy Sensor mounted 8 ft. above floor

13 ft.

4 m

Outdoor Motion Sensor

59 ft.

18 m

Sensor

Ultra short – 4 ft.

1.2 m

Short – 13 ft.

4 m

ZONES and NOMINAL RANGES

Intermediate – 26 ft.

8 m

Long – 59 ft.

18 m

Field of view from top of Outdoor Motion Sensor oach Path”

Optimum

8 ft.

2.4 m

Sensor

Field of view from side of Outdoor

Motion Sensor

Light-Level Sensor

0.52 in.

13 mm

2.99 in.

76 mm

1.85 in.

47 mm

1.97 in.

50 mm

Side view of C-Bus 360° PIR

Occupancy Sensor

5.5 in.

140 mm

2.9 in.

74 mm

Side view of Outdoor Motion Sensor

4.5 in.

114 mm

4.57 in.

116 mm

2.83 in.

72 mm

0.49 in.

12.5 mm

1.93 in.

49 mm

Front view of Light-Level Sensor

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Side view of Light-Level Sensor Top view of light-level sensor

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Outdoor Light-Level Sensor

4 in.

102 mm

4 in.

102 mm

2.5 in.

65 mm

View including height, width and depth dimensions

professional Series Dimmer

7.5 in.

190 mm

7.7 in.

195 mm

9 in.

230 mm

POWER

NETWORK

Side view

0.4 in.

10 mm

3 in.

75 mm

Front view including mounting centers

8 in.

202 mm

Top view

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phase angle Dimmer unit

8.5 in.

215 mm

2.6 in.

65 mm

3.4 in.

85 mm

Front view of the Phase Angle Dimmer Unit

2 Channel DaLI Gateway

2.83 in.

72 mm

2.6 in.

65 mm

Side view of the Phase Angle Dimmer Unit

Unit/

Comms

C-Bus

DALI Gateway

Front view of DALI Gateway

DMX One Way Gateway

2.84 in.

72 mm

Side view of DALI Gateway

2.6 in.

66 mm

3.4 in.

85 mm

3.35 in.

85 mm

Front view

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4 Channel 0-10V fluorescent Ballast Dimmer

2.83 in.

72 mm

2.56 in.

65 mm

3.35 in.

85 mm

Front view of the 0-10V

Fluorescent Ballast Dimmer

20 amp relay units

8.46 in.

215 mm

Side view of the 0-10V Fluorescent

Ballast Dimmer

2.56 in.

65 mm

3.35 in.

85 mm

Front view of a C-Bus 4 Channel 20 Amp Relay with Power Supply Side view of a C-Bus 4 Channel 20 Amp Relay

Changeover relay units

5.67 in.

144 mm

2.56 in.

65 mm

N L

USE COPPER WIRE ONLY

4

Unit

1 23

C

12

NO NC C NO NC

C-Bus

C-Bus CONNECTIONS

Changeover Relay

NC NO

34

C NC NO C

Front view of a C-Bus Changeover Relay

3.35 in.

85 mm

Side view of a C-Bus Changeover Relay

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Low Voltage relay 8 Channel

3.15 in.

(80 mm)

Front view of Low Voltage Relay 8 Channel

8.66 in.

(220 mm)

Top view of Low Voltage Relay 8 Channel

8M enclosure

8.9 in.

(226 mm)

3.8 in.

(97 mm)

1.50 in.

(38 mm)

Side view of Low Voltage

Relay 8 Channel

12.57 in.

(319 mm)

Front view of 8M Enclosure box showing height and width

12M enclosure

12.78 in.

325 mm

9.09 in.

231 mm

Side view of 8M Enclosure box showing depth

4.0 in.

102 mm

Front view of 12M Enclosure box showing height and width

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Side view of 12M Enclosure box showing depth

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24M enclosure

14.50 in.

368 mm

4.0 in.

102 mm

14.94 in.

379 mm

Front view of 24M Enclosure box showing height and width

36MS enclosure

3.81 in.

(97 mm)

15.44 in.

(392 mm)

14.24 in.

(362 mm)

22.12 in.

(562 mm)

20.93 in.

(532mm)

Side view of 24M Enclosure box showing depth

A, B

A

C, D, E, F, G

B, C, D, E

A A, B

C, D, E, F

A, B, C, D

36MS Knockouts

Symbol

Conduit Size

A

½

B

¾

C

1

D E

1¼ 1½

F

2

G H

2½ 3

Dimensions for the 36MS

Enclosure Flush Mounted

Dimensions for the 36MS

Enclosure Surface Mounted

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60M enclosure

15.4 in.

392 mm

3.9 in.

99 mm

40.6 in.

1031 mm

Front and side view (flush mount)

C, D, E, F, G

B, C, D, E A

B, C, D, E

D, E, F, G

A, B

C, D, E, F

D, E, F, G

B, C

A, B

A

C, D, E, F knockouts

A, B, C, D

B, C, D, E

36M Knockouts

Symbol

Conduit Size

A

½

B

¾

C

1

D

E

F

2

G

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C-Bus eight Button remote controllers

2.1 in.

52 mm

2.2 in.

55 mm

1.3 in.

32 mm

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5.9 in.

149 mm

4.3 in.

108 mm

C-Bus 8 Button Remote Control

1 in.

25 mm

C-Bus 4 and 8 Button Remote Control Holder

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Products Guide

Lighting Control

Schneider Electric USA

320 Tech Park Drive, Suite 100

La Vergne, TN, 37086

1-888-778-2733 www.schneider-electric.us

Document Number 1200CT0701R11/12

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