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CONTENTS Contents

2

Getting started

5

Overview Mounting Rapid devices Recommended cable types for networks

5 6 7

Floor networks

7

Backbone networks

7

DALI networks

7

About DALI cable

8

System networks

9

Radial system wiring Star system wiring

9 10

Switch connections

11

Centre-biased retractive switch, 230V

12

EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64

12 12

In plug socket In wiring compartment

13

EBR-DIN-DALIG64

14

EBR-DIN-LCM5-5

15

EBR-MOD-DALIG, LMS-x

15

Push-to-make switches

16

EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64

16 16

In plug socket In wiring compartment

17

EBR-DIN-DALIG64

18

EBR-DIN-LCM5-5

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EBR-MOD-DALIG, LMS-x

19

Scene selection switch

20

EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64

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EBR-DIN-DALIG64

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EBR-DIN-LCM5-5

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EBR-MOD-DALIG, LMS-x

23

Grid key switch

24

EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64

24

EBR-DIN-DALIG64

25

EBR-DIN-LCM5-5

25

EBR-MOD-DALIG, LMS-x

26

27

Partition switches EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64

27

In plug socket

27

In wiring compartment

28

EBR-DIN-DALIG64

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EBR-DIN-LCM5-5

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EBR-MOD-DALIG, LMS-x

29

Network communications and detector connections Cable requirements EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64 EBR-DIN-DALIG64 EBR-DIN-LCM5-5

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EBR-MOD-DALIG, LMS-x

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Power connections

34

EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64 EBR-DIN-DALIG64 EBR-DIN-LCM5-5 EBR-MOD-DALIG, LMS-x Area controller

34 35 35 36 36

Floor network connections

37

EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64

37

Plugged

37

Plugged - when at furthest point

37

Hardwired

38

Hardwired - when at furthest point

38

39

EBR-DIN-DALIG64 When at furthest point (end of line)

39

EBR-DIN-LCM5-5

40

When at furthest point (end of line)

40

41

EBR-DIN-LCM When at furthest point (end of line)

41

42

EBR-MOD-DALIG, LMS-x When at furthest point (end of line)

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Area controller

43

Dimming luminaire connections

44

EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64

45 45

LCM output connectors: 6-core cabling

45

5-core cabling

45

EBR-DIN-DALIG64

46

Energy measurement

46

Permanently powered ballasts

47

EBR-DIN-LCM-5 EBR-MOD-DALIG, LMS-x

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Non-dimming and emergency luminaire connections EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64

49 50 50

LCM output connectors:

4-core cabling

50

3-core cabling

50

EBR-DIN-LCM5-5

51

5 non-emergency luminaires

51

4 non-emergency luminaires and 1 emergency luminaire

51

52

EBR-DIN-LCM Non-emergency luminaire

52

Emergency luminaire

52

53

LMS-x

Backbone connections

54 54 55 55 56 56

When first area controller on backbone Connections to other area controllers When last area controller on backbone Connections to Ethernet network Connections to programming devices

Before commissioning

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Continuity test Polarity test To turn the lights on before commissioning

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Pre-commissioning checklist

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Appendix 1 - Further bus Details

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GETTING STARTED Overview Rapid is a fully modular lighting control system which can be simply incorporated into a building design. The lighting control modules (LCMs) described in the this document are used as part of the Rapid system to switch lighting. They have individually addressable output relays for switching and in some cases can send dimming signals for dimmable luminaires. A separate relay can be used for emergency testing. The devices include interfaces for connection to external devices such as light switches, emergency test switches and time clocks, and other ports enable the LCM to be connected to the main Rapid bus and peripherals such as presence detectors and bus repeaters. Rapid is designed to drastically reduce installation time by connecting all products in the system using industry standard plug and socket connections. A unique manual infra-red programming facility enables the system to be configured prior to delivery, thus minimising the final commissioning process.

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Mounting Rapid devices 1. Install devices in the position shown on the installation drawings where possible. 2. Always follow any device-specific installation requirements given in the Product Guides for each device. 3. Always ensure that installation complies with relevant Building Regulations and that device wiring meets the requirements of the latest IEE Wiring Regulations (BS7671). 4. Fix the box on a smooth, flat surface or using drop rod fixings. You can use optional track fixings. 5. Ensure that there is easy access to the wiring compartment and all connectors once the box is in place. Allow 170mm for total height of installed unit including connectors and cable. 6. Ensure that LCMs face downwards and are clear of obstructions so that they are accessible and visible.

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7. Do not exceed the maximum length of cable of 200m on the DALI bus.

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RECOMMENDED CABLE TYPES FOR NETWORKS Please note that these recommendations are for the Rapid lighting control system only. It is always the electrical installer's responsibility to ensure that the control system is installed in a safe manner using suitable equipment in line with the latest edition of the electrical regulations. These cable types have been tested and approved for use with Rapid systems. Should any other nonapproved cable type be used then CP Electronics will not accept responsibility for non-functioning systems. Ensure the cable chosen are appropriately rated for install to run with mains cables if they are be installed within the same compartments. Otherwise they may need to run within data voltage rated cables instead. Recommended cable options in order of preference.

Backbone network cables Preferred cable types

Network connection cores

Cat5e UTP 600v

CAN A = blue and white/green CAN B = orange and white/orange 0v = green and white/blue

Yes

Cat5e UTP

CAN A = blue and white/green CAN B = orange and white/orange 0v = green and white/blue

No

Belden 8719NH.00305 (600v)

CAN A = white CAN B = black 0v = drain wire (screen)

Yes

Floor network cables Preferred cable types

Network connection cores

Belden 8719NH.00305 (600v)

CAN A = white CAN B = black 0v = drain wire (screen) CAN A = blue and white/green CAN B = orange and white/orange 0v = green and white/blue CAN A = blue and white/green CAN B = orange and white/orange 0v = green and white/blue

Cat5e UTP 600v Cat5e UTP

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Suitable to run with mains?

Suitable to run with mains? Yes Yes No


DALI network cables

DALI bus is intended to be installed within mains rated containments and MUST therefore be given the same insulation safety considerations against electric shocks as that of mains cable. Preferred cable types

Distance

Belden 8719 (600v) 16 AWG

300m

FS Cable 1801PUYH01 18 AWG (1.3 sq mm) Generic 600v cable 1.5 sq mm 1.0 sq mm 0.5 sq mm

200m

Network connection cores Da or D - = white Da or D+ = black Drain wire (screen) unconnected Da or D - = black Da or D+ = red

300m 150m 100m

Suitable to run with mains? Yes

Yes

Yes

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SYSTEM NETWORKS The following diagrams show typical wiring configurations, where each area controller services a single floor and is connected to other controllers by a backbone/spine.

Radial system wiring The area controller connects to one LCM and other LCMs link to the previous one in a chain.

n th floor

2nd floor

1st floor

Ground floor

CAN USB adapter

¿

RAPID Front End PC running remote control host software

Links to remote PC control

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Area controller

Lighting control module

Luminaire

Emergency luminaire

Presence detector

Scene selector


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Star system wiring Each LCM connects directly to the floor's area controller.

n th floor

1st floor

Ground floor

CAN USB adapter

¿

RAPID Front End PC running remote control host software

Links to remote PC control

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Area controller

Lighting control module

Luminaire

Emergency luminaire

Presence detector

Scene selector


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SWITCH CONNECTIONS The length of cable between switches and LCMs should not be more than 40 metres. For plugged LCMs you can have combinations of up to 5 centre retractive or stayput action . DIN rail products can have up to 4 switches. Any switch input can activate any LCM output on any LCM within the system.

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Centre-biased retractive switch, 230V This section shows wiring for two-way centre retractive switches such as MK K4900 or similar. Note: The colours in these diagrams correspond to Cat5 B cable, but colours can differ depending on installation requirements and equipment.

EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64 In plug socket You can only use RJ45 socket #1 for switches.

RJ45 pin #

Green/white Blue Blue/white Green Brown/white Brown

COM Orange/white Orange

1

11 10 9 8 7 6 5

(Top view clip underneath)

L1 L2

L1 L2

L1 L2

COM

COM

COM

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In wiring compartment

L N E PL 11 22 33 44

C

C

C 5 6

5 6

1

B

BUS OUT

B BUS IN

A 0v

A 0v

L1 L2

L1 L2

L1 L2

COM

COM

COM

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2

3

4

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EBR-DIN-DALIG64

12345678

L1 L2

L1 L2

L1 L2

L1 L2

COM

COM

COM

COM

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COM


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EBR-DIN-LCM5-5

L1 L2

L1 L2

L1 L2

L1 L2

COM

COM

COM

COM

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 COM

EBR-MOD-DALIG, LMS-x

Com Sw1 Sw2

L1 L2

COM

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Push-to-make switches This section shows wiring for push-to-make switches such as MK K4885 or similar. Note: The colours in these diagrams correspond to Cat5 B cable, but colours can differ depending on installation requirements and equipment.

EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64 In plug socket You can only use RJ45 socket #1 for switches.

RJ45 pin #

Green/white Blue Blue/white Green Brown/white Brown

COM Orange/white Orange

1

11 10 9 8 7 6 5

(Top view clip underneath)

L1

L1

L1

L1

L1

L1

COM COM COM COM COM COM

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In wiring compartment

L N E PL C 11

C

22

5

33

6

44

C 5 6

1

B

B BUS IN

A 0v

L1

L1

BUS OUT

A 0v

L1

COM COM COM

L1

L1

L1

COM COM COM

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2

3

4

5


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EBR-DIN-DALIG64

12345678

L1

L1

L1

L1

L1

L1

L1

L1

COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM

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COM


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EBR-DIN-LCM5-5

L1

L1

L1

L1

L1

L1

L1

L1

COM COM COM COM COM COM COM COM

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 COM

EBR-MOD-DALIG, LMS-x

Com Sw1 Sw2

L1

L1

COM COM

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Scene selection switch

+12V 0V

Blue Green/white Orange Orange/white

Green Blue/white

Brown Brown/white

These diagrams use the following colour conventions:

A

B

EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64 The scene selection switch can be plugged into either socket #4 or #5.

+12V 0V

4

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A B

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A B

+12V 0V

+12V 0V

EBR-DIN-DALIG64

A B

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A B

+12V 0V

+12V 0V

EBR-DIN-LCM5-5

A B

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+12V 0V

EBR-MOD-DALIG, LMS-x

A B

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Grid key switch This section shows wiring for grid key switches such as MK K4898 or similar. Note: The colours in these diagrams correspond to Cat5 B cable, but colours can differ depending on installation requirements and equipment.

EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64

L N E

C 1

C

C

2

5

3

5

6

1

4

B

BUS OUT

B BUS IN

A 0v

A 0v

L1 EMG LTG

TEST

COM

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2

3

4

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EBR-DIN-DALIG64 This diagram shows a switch's L1 terminal connecting to the LCM's input 8, but this can be any of the inputs 1 to 8.

12345678

COM

L1 EMG LTG

TEST

COM

EBR-DIN-LCM5-5 This diagram shows a switch's L1 terminal connecting to the LCM's input 8, but this can be any of the inputs 1 to 8.

L1 EMG LTG

TEST

COM

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 COM

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EBR-MOD-DALIG, LMS-x

Com Sw1

L1 EMG LTG

TEST

COM

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Partition switches Important! Make sure you connect the switch to the LCM correctly. You must wire the switch action so that it matches the action of the door - the contact must be closed when the door is closed, and the contact must be open when the door is open. Door open: :

Door closed: :

EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64 In plug socket You can only use RJ45 socket #1 for switches.

RJ45 pin #

Green/white Blue Blue/white Green Brown/white Brown

COM Orange/white Orange

1

11 10 9 8 7 6 5

(Top view clip underneath)

COM

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In wiring compartment

L N E PL 11 2 3

C

C C 5

1

6

2

3

4

5

4

B

B BUS IN

A 0v

BUS OUT

A 0v

COM

EBR-DIN-DALIG64

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 COM

COM

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EBR-DIN-LCM5-5

COM

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 COM

EBR-MOD-DALIG, LMS-x

Com Sw1

COM

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NETWORK COMMUNICATIONS AND DETECTOR CONNECTIONS Cable requirements Connect the detectors to each other using RJ45-RJ45 patch leads (part number EBS-PC5M).

+12V 0V

Blue Green/white Orange Orange/white

Green Blue/white

Brown Brown/white

These diagrams use the following colour conventions:

A

B

EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64 Note that this part of the Rapid network does not use Ethernet signalling and wiring should not be plugged into an Ethernet system.

4

5

n* n* *The power used by 1 microwave detector is the same as that used by 2 PIR detectors. These LCMs can supply power to a maximum of either 3 microwave detectors or 6 PIR detectors. You can connect combinations of microwave and PIR detectors, but this power limitation means that if you connect 1 microwave detector you can only have a maximum of 4 PIRs; if you have 2 microwave detectors you can have a maximum of 2 PIRs.

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+12V 0V

EBR-DIN-DALIG64

A B

n* *The power used by 1 microwave detector is the same as that used by 2 PIR detectors. These LCMs can supply power to a maximum of either 3 microwave detectors or 6 PIR detectors. You can connect combinations of microwave and PIR detectors, but this power limitation means that if you connect 1 microwave detector you can only have a maximum of 4 PIRs; if you have 2 microwave detectors you can have a maximum of 2 PIRs.

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+12V 0V

EBR-DIN-LCM5-5

A B

n* *The power used by 1 microwave detector is the same as that used by 2 PIR detectors. These LCMs can supply power to a maximum of either 3 microwave detectors or 6 PIR detectors. You can connect combinations of microwave and PIR detectors, but this power limitation means that if you connect 1 microwave detector you can only have a maximum of 4 PIRs; if you have 2 microwave detectors you can have a maximum of 2 PIRs.

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EBR-MOD-DALIG, LMS-x Note that this part of the Rapid network does not use Ethernet signalling and wiring should not be plugged into an Ethernet system.

n* *The power used by 1 microwave detector is the same as that used by 2 PIR detectors. These LCMs can therefore supply power to a maximum of either 2 microwave detectors, 4 PIR detectors, or a combination of 1 PIR and 1 microwave detector.

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POWER CONNECTIONS The following diagrams use these wiring colour standards: Letter

Colour

Description

L

brown

Live/phase

N

blue

Neutral

E

green/yellow

Earth/ground

PL

brownorblack

Permanent live

EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64 Make sure you connect the live terminal L to maintained live PL.

C 1 2 3

C 5 6

1

4 B

B BUS IN

A 0v

BUS OUT

A 0v

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2

3

4

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EBR-DIN-DALIG64

L L N N E E

EBR-DIN-LCM5-5

E

L

N

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EBR-MOD-DALIG, LMS-x Live Live Out Neutral Earth

Area controller

L L N N

E E

NETWORK

IR

LOCK

OVR

ELT

BUS 1

1

2

3

ALL ON

MAN

BUS 2 BUS 3

4

5

6

ALL OFF

10m

BUS 3

7

8

9

TEST

1h

BB

M

0

TC

3h

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FLOOR NETWORK CONNECTIONS This section shows how to connect LCMs into a network. You also need to connect a 120 Ohm resistor at the furthest point of each floor network. (As well as an LCM, this point could be a scene selection switch or detector.) Note that this doesn't apply to DALI networks, which are designed to work without any termination. Avoid long stub cables connected in a T junction with the main run, as you cannot have more than 20 metres of unterminated cabling between devices. Floor networks are polarity sensitive so whatever core colours are used for bus A and bus B must be the same throughout the network installation . Note: The colours in these diagrams correspond to Cat5 B cable, but colours can differ depending on installation requirements and equipment.

EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64 Plugged

2

3

Bus continuation from previous LCM

Bus continuation to next LCM

Plugged - when at furthest point

2

3

Bus continuation from previous LCM 120 Ohm resistor - either EBR-BT or EBR-ST

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Hardwired

Hardwired - when at furthest point

B

BUS IN

A

120 Ohm resistor

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EBR-DIN-DALIG64

0v A B

Bus continuation to next LCM

Bus continuation from previous LCM

When at furthest point (end of line)

0v A B

120 Ohm resistor

Bus continuation from previous LCM

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EBR-DIN-LCM5-5

0v A B

Bus continuation to next LCM

Bus continuation from previous LCM

When at furthest point (end of line)

0v A B

120 Ohm resistor

Bus continuation from previous LCM

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EBR-DIN-LCM When at furthest point (end of line)

0v A B 0v A B

Bus continuation to next LCM

Bus continuation from previous LCM

120 Ohm resistor

Bus continuation from previous LCM

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EBR-MOD-DALIG, LMS-x Bus continuation to next LCM

A B

Bus continuation from previous LCM

When at furthest point (end of line) EBR-BT - 120 Ohm resistor

A B

Bus continuation from previous LCM

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Area controller

NETWORK

IR

0v A B

LCM (Network 1)

LOCK

3

5

6

ALL OFF

10m

7

8

9

TEST

1h

M

0

TC

3h

1

2

4

BUS 3

BB

LCM (Network 2)

ELT MAN

BUS 2 BUS 3

0v A B

OVR ALL ON

BUS 1

0v A B

LCM (Network 3)

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DIMMING LUMINAIRE CONNECTIONS For hard-wired installations, wire the box using the terminals provided. Connect permanent Live, Earth and Neutral connections to the terminals in the wiring compartment. There is an extra set of terminals to loop through the wiring; these do not have to be used. For structured cabling installations, connect the structured cabling harness into the appropriate terminals on the LCM. These connections are suitable for devices such as: l l l

DALI/DSI dimmable emergency luminaire Dimmable non-emergency luminaire 1-10V dimming luminaire, with or without emergency battery pack

The following diagrams use these wiring colour standards: Colour

Description

Red

Dim +ve

White

Dim -ve

Black

Permanent live

Blue

Neutral

Green

Earth

Brown

Switched output

You must use mains-rated cable with a minimum CSA of 0.5 mm².

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EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64 Plug in the luminaires ensuring that the connector latches to the box (pre-wired luminaire leads are available please contact our sales office for details).

LCM output connectors: 3

N

Dim +ve

2

E

Dim -ve

1

L

Permanent live

N

N

Neutral

E

E

Earth

L

L

Switched live

4

5

6

7

Blue/black connectors apply to: l l l l l l

EBR-LCM3-1DD-B EBR-LCM-DALIG64-B EBR-LCM8-8DD EBR-LCM8-8AD EBR-LCM10-10DD EBR-LCM10-10AD

l l l l l

EBR-LCM12-12DD EBR-LCM12-12AD EBR-LCM8-8DD-EG EBR-LCM10-10DD-EG EBR-LCM12-12DD-EG

l l l l

EBR-MOD2-2DD EBR-MOD2-2AD EBR-MOD2-2DD EBR-MOD4-4AD

Grey/black connectors apply to: l l

EBR-LCM3-1DD EBR-LCM-DALIG64

l l

EBR-LCM10-10DALI EBR-LCM10-10DSI

l l

EBR-LCM10-10D (1-10V) EBR-LCM10-10

For per-luminaire energy measurement, only light fittings connected to EBR-LCM-DALIG64 can be daisy-chained together. For EBR-LCM-8, 10 and 12 products connect one fitting only per pluggable output.

6-core cabling

5-core cabling Red White Black Blue Green/yellow Brown

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EBR-DIN-DALIG64 Up to 3 lighting circuits can be connected using the VFC output relays; the lighting circuits must be on the same phase.

Energy measurement For energy measurement versions of the EBR-DIN-DALIG64 the lighting circuits must be wired in the following way so as to ensure the circuits can be measured.

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Permanently powered ballasts If your installation requires DALI ballasts to be permanently powered, connect live and neutral lines to the luminaires directly from the distribution board:

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Dim + Dim +

Dim − Dim −

EBR-DIN-LCM-5


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EBR-MOD-DALIG, LMS-x

DIM + DIM −

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NON-DIMMING AND EMERGENCY LUMINAIRE CONNECTIONS These connections are suitable for devices such as: l l

Non-dimmable ON/OFF emergency luminaire Non-dimmable non-emergency luminaire

The following diagrams use these wiring colour standards: Colour

Description

Red

Dim +ve

White

Dim -ve

Black

Permanent live

Blue

Neutral

Green

Earth

Brown

Switched output

You must use mains-rated cable with a minimum CSA of 0.5 mm².

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EBR-LCM-3, 8, 10, 12; EBR-LCM-DALIG64 Plug in the luminaires ensuring that the connector latches to the box (pre-wired luminaire leads are available please contact our sales office for details).

LCM output connectors: 3

N

Dim +ve

2

E

Dim -ve

1

L

Permanent live

N

N

Neutral

E

E

Earth

L

L

Switched live

4

5

6

7

Blue/black connectors apply to: l l l l l l

EBR-LCM3-1DD-B EBR-LCM-DALIG64-B EBR-LCM8-8DD EBR-LCM8-8AD EBR-LCM10-10DD EBR-LCM10-10AD

l l l l l

EBR-LCM12-12DD EBR-LCM12-12AD EBR-LCM8-8DD-EG EBR-LCM10-10DD-EG EBR-LCM12-12DD-EG

l l l l

EBR-MOD2-2DD EBR-MOD2-2AD EBR-MOD2-2DD EBR-MOD4-4AD

Grey/black connectors apply to: l l

EBR-LCM3-1DD EBR-LCM-DALIG64

l l

4-core cabling

EBR-LCM10-10DALI EBR-LCM10-10DSI

l l

EBR-LCM10-10D (1-10V) EBR-LCM10-10

3-core cabling

Black Blue Green/yellow Brown

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EBR-DIN-LCM5-5 5 non-emergency luminaires N

230V

└1┘

└2┘ └3┘

└4┘

└5┘

4 non-emergency luminaires and 1 emergency luminaire N

└2┘ └3┘

└4┘

230V

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└5┘

ELT NC ELT COM ELT NO

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EBR-DIN-LCM Non-emergency luminaire N

230V

4 3

2 1

Emergency luminaire N 230V

4 3

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LMS-x N

230V

Live Live Out

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BACKBONE CONNECTIONS Note: The colours in these diagrams correspond to Cat5 B cable, but colours can differ depending on installation requirements and equipment.

When first area controller on backbone Continuation to next area controller

(To PC running Front End software - not part of installation procedure)

IR

A B

LOCK

Ground

NETWORK

Ground

A B

OVR

ELT

BUS 1

1

2

3

ALL ON

MAN

BUS 2 BUS 3

4

5

6

ALL OFF

10m

BUS 3

7

8

9

TEST

1h

BB

M

0

TC

3h

Note: The length of cable between this area controller and the PC running the Front End software must be less than 500m.

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Connections to other area controllers Continuation to next area controller

Continuation from previous area controller

IR

A B

Ground

NETWORK

Ground

A B

LOCK

OVR

ELT

3

ALL ON

MAN

5

6

ALL OFF

10m

7

8

9

TEST

1h

M

0

TC

3h

BUS 1

1

2

BUS 2 BUS 3

4

BUS 3

BB

When last area controller on backbone

Continuation from previous area controller

120 Ohm resistor

NETWORK

IR

Ground

A B

A B

LOCK

OVR

ELT

3

ALL ON

MAN

5

6

ALL OFF

10m

7

8

9

TEST

1h

M

0

TC

3h

BUS 1

1

2

BUS 2 BUS 3

4

BUS 3

BB

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Connections to Ethernet network (Image shows bottom of area controller when wall-mounted)

Building Ethernet network

Connections to programming devices (Image shows top of area controller when wall-mounted)

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BEFORE COMMISSIONING Continuity test 1. Turn off the power to all the area controllers and LCMs. 2. Set the multimeter set to read Ohms. 3. Measure the resistance between each area controller's bus A and bus B connections for all connected networks. If you have continuity the reading should be 60 Ohms, plus or minus any resistance of the cable. The acceptable range is 48 to 72 Ohms - any other values and you must investigate the cabling before commissioning.

NETWORK

IR

0v A B

LOCK

OVR

ELT

BUS 1

1

2

3

ALL ON

MAN

BUS 2 BUS 3

4

5

6

ALL OFF

10m

BUS 3

7

8

9

TEST

1h

BB

M

0

TC

3h

0v A B

0v A B

60.00

W LCM (Network 1)

LCM (Network 2 if star layout)

LCM (Network 3 if star layout)

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Polarity test 1. Turn on the power to all the area controllers. 2. Set the multimeter to read DC volts, 3. Put one probe onto the Ground (0 volt) terminal and the other on bus A terminal. Note the voltage. 4. Put one probe onto the Ground (0 volt) terminal and the other on bus B terminal. Note the voltage. The two voltage readings should be the same (approximately 2.5 volts). It is more important that the voltages are the same than this precise value. If one reading is 2.1 volts and the other is 3.0 volts, this shows an unbalanced voltage and there is probably a crossover between the bus A and bus B connections in at least one place on the network. An unbalanced voltage can also be an indication that the network has not been fitted with the requisite 120 ohm resistors.

To turn the lights on before commissioning To bring the lights on prior to commissioning, do one of the following: l

Power up the LCMs without the area controller connected. After about 15 minutes all channels will energise.

l

Press the

button on the area controller.

l

Press the

button on the area controller. This switches off the fittings on the floor.

ALL ON

l

Press the button to dim all dimmable fittings on the floor. This provides a visual indicator if there is a problem with a dimming connection or ballast, as the fitting will not dim.

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PRE-COMMISSIONING CHECKLIST Only trained engineers can commission a Rapid system. Prior to commissioning, it is the responsibility of the installing contractor to ensure the following:

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Are the units connected and installed as detailed on the installation drawings?

Is mains power available?

Are all luminaires connected?

Have you used the correct cable types?

Do the fittings match the dimming type?

Have the detectors been installed in the correct LCM ports?

Has the bus connection been established and the network continuity checked?

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APPENDIX 1 Further bus cabling details

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Floor network bus details - Belden cabling Recommended Cable

RAPID network connection cores

Suitable to run with mains?

Black wire – CAN B White wire – CAN A

Belden 8719NH.00305

Drain wire – 0v

Floor network bus details - CAT5e patch cabling Recommended Cable

RAPID network connection cores

YES

Suitable to run with mains?

Ports 2 & 3

CAT5e (600v preferred)

NO (Unless industrial 600v CAT5)

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Backbone network bus details – CAT5e cabling Recommended Cable

RAPID network connection cores

Suitable to run with mains?

No (unless 600v rated)

CAT5e 6-cores used (3 main + 3 backup)

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Backbone CANBus or Ethernet Options

The backbone network connects area controllers together to the head end supervisor. The backbone network should use either CANBus connection OR Ethernet IP connection method but NOT both!! Backbone by CANBus CAT5e Cabling

Backbone by Ethernet IP CAT5e

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Legacy Systems Older legacy products can be distinguished as they have hardware build version numbers (or earlier) below: Stock code

description

Version

.

Release

AP-EBR-LCM3-1DD

RAPiD Pluggable 1DD 1ch LCM

1

.

07

AP-EBR-LCM8-8DD

RAPiD Pluggable 8DD 8ch LCM

1

.

08

AP-EBR-LCM8-8AD

RAPiD Pluggable 8AD 8ch LCM

1

.

05

AP-EBR-LCM10-10DD

RAPiD Pluggable 10DD 10ch LCM

1

.

08

AP-EBR-LCM10-10AD

RAPiD Pluggable 10AD 10ch LCM

1

.

08

AP-EBR-LCM12-12DD

RAPiD Pluggable 12DD 12ch LCM

1

.

08

AP-EBR-LCM12-12AD

RAPiD Pluggable 12AD 12ch LCM

1

.

05

AP-EBR-LCM-DALIG64

RAPiD Pluggable DALI LCM

1

.

07

Floor network bus details for Legacy Products -

Belden cabling

Recommended Cable

RAPID network connection cores

Suitable to run with mains?

Black wire – CAN B White wire – CAN A

Belden 8719

YES

To other Area Controllers Area Controller A, B, 0v 3 core backbone Cat5e

To other Area Controllers

A, B Belden 8719

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LCM3,8,10,12, DALIG64

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