JUNG IPS100REG KNX IP interface Operating instructions

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KNX IP interface
KNX IP interface

Art.-No.: IPS 100 REG

Operationsmanual

1 Safety instructions

Electrical equipment may only be installed and fitted by electrically skilled persons.

Failure to observe the instructions may cause damage to the device and result in fire and
other hazards.

Use the safety transformer according to DIN EN 61558-2-6 (VDE 0570 Part 2-6) or bell
transformer according to DIN EN 61558-2-8 (VDE 0570 Part 2-8).

These instructions are an integral part of the product, and must remain with the end
customer.

2 Device components

Status LED (fig. 1)

picture 1

(1)
RUN, green, ready for operation
(2)
LINE, yellow, data reception on the KNX line
(3)
TX, red, Ethernet Transmit Signal, lit up/flashing during active transmission to the IP
network

(4)
RX, yellow, Ethernet Receive Signal, lit up/flashing during reception of valid IP telegrams
(5)
LK, green, Ethernet Link Signal, lit up when there is an active connection to the IP network
3 Function

System information

This device is a product of the KNX system and complies with the KNX directives. Detailed
technical knowledge obtained in KNX training courses is a prerequisite to proper
understanding.

The function of this device depends upon the software. Detailed information on loadable
software and attainable functionality as well as the software itself can be obtained from the
manufacturer´s product database. Planning, installation and commissioning of the device are
carried out with the aid of KNX-certified software. The latest versions of product database and
the technical descriptions are available on our website.

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Intended purpose
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Connection of KNX devices with PCs or other data processing devices via IP, e.g. use as a
data interface

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Mounting on DIN rail in small distributors
i
Depending on application, access requirements, data security and data volume it may be
advisable to install independent network paths for individual services using the IP network.

Product characteristics

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Access to the KNX system via the IP network
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Operation as a KNX interface in the IP network via KNXnet/IP tunnelling
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Max. of 5 connections to IP end devices, e.g. for simultaneous visualisation and
configuration

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Supply from network cable – Power over Ethernet according to IEEE 802.3af – via
separate power supply (accessory) or the auxiliary voltage output of the KNX power
supply.

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Electrical separation between KNX and the IP network
4 Information for qualified electricians

4.1 Fitting and electrical connection

DANGER!

Electrical shock on contact with live parts in the installation environment.

Electrical shocks can be fatal.

Before working on the device, disconnect the power supply and cover up live
parts in the working environment.

Fitting and electrical connection

picture 2

Mounting on DIN rail in small distributors.

Observe the temperature range. Ensure adequate cooling.

o
Snap device onto DIN rail to DIN EN 60715. Observe the installation orientation (picture 2).
i
Power is supplied from the network cable – Power over Ethernet – or via the auxiliary
voltage input (7). When the external power supply is connected, the device automatically
switches over to it.

o
Connect the external power supply of AC/DC 24 V to terminal (7). Recommendation: Use
white/yellow terminal.

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o Connect the KNX line to the red and black bus terminal (8).
o
Connect the IP side with RJ45 connector plugged into RJ socket (6).
picture 3

i
Connection example (picture 3).
4.2 Commissioning

Loading the physical address and application software

Use as a data interface: physical address x.y.z.

Use commissioning software from ETS2 version 1.2 onwards.

i
When ETS3 is used, install the additional KNXnet/IP driver. Downloading into the local
device is not supported at present.

o
Press the programming button (9).
The programming LED (10) is illuminated.

o
Assign physical address.
The programming LED (10) is extinguished.

o
Note the physical address on the device label (11).
o
Download application software, parameters, etc.
i
The IP address is loaded into the device as a parameter together with the application
software or is automatically assigned by a DHCP service. If no DHCP service is present,
the device searches for its own IP address (AutoIP).

i
In the event of questions about IP address assignment, etc., please consult the local
network administrator.

Assigning additional physical addresses

Additional physical addresses can be assigned manually with ETS or automatically by the
device itself.

o
Press the programming button (9) for approx. 5 seconds.
The programming LED flashes.

The device checks the physical addresses present in the line and selects the required free
physical addresses.

o
Determine the physical addresses occupied by the device and insert them in the ETS
project as dummy devices.

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i When additional bus devices are added, the corresponding physical addresses can be
assigned twice. Delete the additional physical addresses – press the programming button
(9) for approx. 10 seconds – and assign them again.

5 Appendix

5.1 Technical data

Power over Ethernet supply

Power over Ethernet
IEEE802.3af
Rated voltage
DC 48 V
Power consumption
max. 0.8 W
External supply

Rated voltage
AC 12 ... 24 V SELV
Rated voltage
DC 12 ... 30 V SELV
Power consumption
max. 1.7 W
Connection of power supply
Connection terminal
Ambient conditions

Ambient temperature
-5 ... +45 °C
Storage/transport temperature
-25 ... +70 °C
Relative humidity
5 ... 93 % (No moisture condensation)
Fitting width
36 mm / 2 modules
Weight
approx. 100 g
Network communication

IP communication
Ethernet 10BaseT
IP transmission rate
10 Mbit/s
IP connection mode
RJ45 socket
Protocols
ARP, ICMP, IGMP, UDP/IP, DHCP
KNXnet/IP
Core, Tunneling, Device Management
KNX

KNX medium
TP 1
Commissioning mode
S mode
Rated voltage KNX
DC 21 V ... 32 V SELV
Connection mode KNX
Connection terminal
Current consumption KNX
max. 10 mA
5.2 Troubleshooting

After installation of the ETS3 driver and enabling of the device as a communication
interface, an error message that the class is not known appears on the PC.

Microsoft®.Net Framework not installed.

Download and install Microsoft®.Net Framework from the Microsoft website.

5.3 Accessories

Power supply AC 24V~
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