User manual ELECTRO-VOICE 6100

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[. . . ] To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the Operating Instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Security regulations as stated in the EN 60065 (VDE 0860 / IEC 65) and the CSA E65 - 94 have to be obeyed when servicing the appliance. Use of a mains separator transformer is mandatory during maintenance while the appliance is opened, needs to be operated and is connected to the mains. Switch off the power before retrofitting any extensions, changing the mains voltage or the output voltage. [. . . ] The 6100-4 has in total 6 buttons, with the upper four buttons having a separate Status-LED, each. Status-LEDs for the function keys (3) Label field Freely configurable function keys Up/Down buttons LED-chain indicates a parameter's value that has been changed using the Up/Down buttons (4) Connector for the 6100-C or input socket (IN) for connecting the 6100-4 to the previous front unit in the chain Output socket (OUT) for connecting the 6100-4 to the next front unit in the chain Mechanical lock for the 6100-C plus cover Freely configurable function keys Label field Status-LEDs for the function keys (1) Connector for the 6100-C or input socket (IN) for connecting the 6100-6 to the previous front unit in the chain Output socket (OUT) for connecting the 6100-6 to the next front unit in the chain Mechanical lock for the 6100-C plus cover The front units 6100-4 or 6100-6 are connected with two screws to the CAN-Bus coupler 6100-C (see page 11). All front units of a programmable wall station have to be connected in series. Front units are daisy chained by connecting the output socket (OUT) of a front unit to the input socket (IN) of the next unit in the chain. Only the supplied connection cables should be used for proper operation. The following illustration shows the connection of two front units of a programmable wall station. 1: Connecting two front units of a programmable wall station Other than connections, no physical configuration of the front units is required, as the assignment of functions and other configurations are performed in IRIS-NetTM. Adjacent front units have to be installed and connected in the following order: from left to right and from top to bottom. The following illustration provides an overview of the entire procedure of installing and configuring a 6100 for the first time. Please also refer to the descriptions of other connected devices in the corresponding chapters as well as the IRIS-NetTM on-line help feature. Screw CAN-Bus coupler and a front unit together, connect additional front units See chapter 6100-C, 6100-4, etc. A programmable wall station is disconnected from the CAN-Bus when its CAN address has been set to 0. If the setting of the DIP-switch is changed, the CAN status LED lights up for 3 seconds. The entries in following table are arranged after falling priority, i. If two conditions arise at the same time, only the upper condition in the table is indicated. CAN-Status-LED Off Continuously lit Continuously lit for 3 seconds Blinks fast (50 ms ON, 50 ms OFF) Activation for 100 ms Blinks every second twice for 100 ms Blinks rhythmically every 3 seconds for 100 ms Blinks rhythmically every second for 100 ms Description No power supply Firmware Update / Configuration in progress Changes applied to the DIP-switch setting are adopted Find function active Sending data Error state (Hardware fault, wrong configuration, no connection to a CAN unit, missing/wrong panel) The 6100-C is separated from the CAN-Bus via software (CAN address 00) Normal operation, no data transfer Using cable with diameters between 0. NOTE: Power supply ground and CAN-Bus ground are not galvanically separated. Comprehensive guidelines regarding cabling and bus length are provided in chapter "CAN-Bus Principles" starting on page 19. Programmable wall stations need to be operated on a power source that delivers a direct-current voltage between 9 volts and 58 volts. A central power supply unit or local power sources can be used if various wall panels are operated on a single CAN-Bus. When using a central power supply unit, the supply voltage is carried along with CAN-Bus signal transmission. The employed power supply unit's capacity has to match the maximum power requirements of the wall panels. [. . . ] According to the ISO 11898-2 standard, CAN-bus data transfer cabling has to be carried out using TwistedPair cables with or without shielding providing a characteristic impedance of 120 . Both ends of a CANbus need to be terminated with 120 termination-plugs. The maximum bus-length depends on the actual data transfer rate, the kind of data transfer cable being used, as well as the total number of participants on the bus. The following table shows the most essential requirements for CAN-networks consisting of up to 64 participants. [. . . ]

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