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EN CMC-TC Processing Unit II

DK 7320.100
Assembly, Installation and Operation

A29290 28 IT 74
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Documentation Notes 1
Table of Contents 7.3.7 Configuring the NTP.......................... 18
7.3.8 Configuring the PPP.......................... 19
EN
1 Documentation Notes ....................... 5 7.3.9 Configuring the Sending of E-Mails .. 19
1.1 Associated Documents........................5 7.3.10 Configuring the System Name, Contact
1.2 CE Certification....................................5 and Location...................................... 19
1.3 Retention of the Documents ................5 7.3.11 Configuring the Passwords ............... 20
1.4 Used Symbols .....................................5 7.3.12 Changing the HTTP Port................... 20
2 Safety Notes ...................................... 5 7.3.13 HTTPS (SSL) Function ..................... 20
7.3.14 Configuring the FTP Access ............. 20
3 Unit Description ................................ 6
7.3.15 Configuring the Timeout Window...... 21
3.1 Housing ...............................................6
7.3.16 Configuring Telnet Access ................ 21
3.2 Power supply .......................................6
7.3.17 Activating the Restart ........................ 21
3.3 Network Properties ..............................6
7.3.18 Configuring the Connected Sensors . 21
3.4 Connectable Sensors ..........................7
7.3.19 General Configuration of the
3.5 System Requirements .........................7 Processing Unit ................................. 21
3.6 Scope of supply ...................................7 7.3.20 Configuring the SMS Notification
3.7 Accessories .........................................8 (GSM Unit) ........................................ 22
3.7.1 Required Accessories..........................8 7.3.21 Configuring the SMS Notification
3.7.2 Optional Accessories...........................9 (ISDN Unit) ........................................ 22
3.8 Proper use ...........................................9 7.3.22 Entering the Telephone Numbers for
SMS Notification................................ 22
4 Assembly ......................................... 10 7.3.23 Calling the CMC Information Page ... 23
4.1 Assembly notes .................................10 7.3.24 Resetting All Settings in the Main
4.2 Assembling CMC-TC.........................10 Menu ................................................. 23
7.3.25 Manual Search for Sensors............... 23
5 Installation ....................................... 11
7.4 Transferring Files Using the Serial
5.1 Safety and other notes ......................11
Interface ............................................ 23
5.2 Connecting the voltage supply ..........11
7.5 Saving Files Using the Serial
5.3 Establishing the Network Connection11 Interface ............................................ 23
5.4 Establishing the sensor connection...12 7.6 Access Using a Browser ................... 23
5.4.1 Connect sensor. ................................12 7.6.1 Login.................................................. 24
5.4.2 Manually Starting the Sensor 7.6.2 Main Page View ................................ 24
Updating ............................................12
7.6.3 Main settings ..................................... 24
5.5 Connecting the alarm relay ...............12
7.6.4 Configuring the Scheduler................. 25
5.6 Connecting the Voltage Extension
7.6.5 Configuring the GMS Unit ................. 25
Unit ....................................................13
7.6.6 Configuring the ISDN Unit................. 26
5.7 Connecting the Programming Interface
...........................................................13 7.6.7 Configuring the Sending of E-Mails .. 26
7.6.8 Calling the Log File ........................... 26
6 Commissioning ............................... 14
7.6.9 Administration ................................... 27
7 Operation ......................................... 15 7.7 Configuring the Sensors.................... 28
7.1 Becoming Familiar with the Menu 7.7.1 General Overview (Status Window) .. 28
Structure ............................................15 7.7.2 General Overview (Sensor
7.2 Operating Notes ................................16 Configuration).................................... 29
7.3 Setting the Base Configuration..........16 7.7.3 Configuring the Temperature Sensor 29
7.3.1 Network Configuration .......................16 7.7.4 Configuring the Humidity Sensor ...... 30
7.3.2 Configuring the Trap Receiver ..........17 7.7.5 Configuring the Analogue Sensor
7.3.3 Configuring the SNMPv1 Access ......17 Input Module ..................................... 30
7.3.4 Configuring the Read/Write 7.7.6 Configuring the Access Sensor......... 31
Community ........................................17 7.7.7 Configuring the Vandalism Sensor ... 32
7.3.5 Configuring the Authentication Traps 17 7.7.8 Configuring the Air Flow Sensor ....... 32
7.3.6 Changing the SNMP Version ............18 7.7.9 Configuring the Smoke Detector ....... 33

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1 Documentation Notes
7.7.10 Configuring the Motion Detector........34 7.15 Access Control Using an External
EN 7.7.11 Configuring the Digital Input Module .34 Access File ........................................ 50
7.7.12 Configuring the Digital Output Relay 8 Maintenance and Cleaning .............51
Module ...............................................35
8.1.1 Cleaning ............................................ 51
7.7.13 Configuring Switching Combinations for
the Digital Relay Output Module........35 9 Storage and Disposal......................51
7.7.14 Configuring the Voltage Monitor ........36 9.1.1 Storage .............................................. 51
7.7.15 Configuring the Voltage Monitoring for 9.1.2 Disposal............................................. 51
the Voltage Monitor with IEC Switch
Output ................................................36 10 Customer Service ............................51
7.7.16 Configuring the Switch Output for the 11 Technical Specifications.................52
Voltage Monitor with IEC Switch
Output ................................................37 12 Technical Glossary..........................52
7.7.17 Configuring the Switching 13 Declaration of Conformity ..............54
Combinations for the Voltage Monitor
with IEC Switch Output ......................37
7.7.18 Configuring the Voltage Monitoring for
the Voltage Monitor with 16 A Switch
Output ................................................38
7.7.19 Configuring the Switch Output for the
Voltage Monitor with 16 A Switch
Output ................................................39
7.7.20 Configuring the Switching
Combinations for the Voltage Monitor
with 16 A Switch Output ....................39
7.7.21 Configuring the 48 V Voltage Monitor39
7.7.22 Configuring the Leakage Sensor .......40
7.7.23 Configuring the Acoustic Sensor .......41
7.7.24 Configuring the Fan Control System
(FCS) .................................................41
7.7.25 Configuring the Fan Alarm System
(FAS) .................................................43
7.8 Access Using Telnet ..........................43
7.8.1 Login Using Telnet.............................43
7.8.2 Telnet Main Menu ..............................43
7.9 Perform a software update. ...............44
7.10 Error Messages .................................44
7.11 Structure of the MIB of the Processing
Unit.....................................................45
7.12 Active PSM (4-way) ...........................46
7.12.1 Getting Acquainted with the Module
Connections.......................................46
7.12.2 Display and Operating Elements .......47
7.12.3 Displays .............................................47
7.12.4 Setup Menu for the Local
Pushbutton.........................................47
7.12.5 Connecting ActivePSM to the
CMC-TC.............................................47
7.12.6 Monitoring Using a Browser ..............48
7.12.7 Configuring the ActivePSM................48
7.13 Metered PSM.....................................49
7.14 Monitoring the LCP Unit RTT I/O Unit
...........................................................49

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Documentation Notes 1
1 Documentation Notes 2 Safety Notes EN
The audience for this guide is the technical special- Observe the subsequent general safety notes for
ists familiar with the assembly, installation and op- the installation and operation of the unit:
eration of the CMC-TC Processing Unit. Assembly and installation of the CMC-TC PU, in
You should read this operating guide prior to the particular for wiring the enclosures with mains
commissioning and store the guide so it is readily power, may be performed only by a trained electri-
accessible for subsequent use. cian. Other tasks associated with the CMC-TC PU,
Rittal cannot accept any liability for damage and such as the assembly and installation of system
operational malfunctions that result from the non- components with tested standard connectors, and
observance of this guide. the operation and configuration of the CMC-TC PU
may be performed only by instructed personnel.
1.1 Associated Documents Observe the valid regulations for the electrical instal-
The guides for other CMC-TC components and their lation for the country in which the unit is installed
safety notes also apply together with this guide. and operated, and the national regulations for acci-
This guide is also provided as a file on the accom- dent prevention. Also observe any company-internal
panying CD-ROM: regulations (work, operating and safety regulations).
German: 7320100VXXd.pdf Prior to working at the CMC-TC system, it must be
disconnected from the power supply and protected
English: 7320100VXXe.pdf
against being switched on again.
To view the guide you require the Acrobat Reader Use only genuine or recommended parts and ac-
program; Acrobat Reader can be downloaded from
cessories (see Section 3.7 Accessories). The use of
www.adobe.com
other parts can void the liability for any resulting
1.2 CE Certification consequences.
The conformance declaration is contained in the Do not make any changes to the CMC-TC Process-
appendix. ing Unit that are not described in this guide or in the
associated guides.
1.3 Retention of the Documents The operational safety of the unit is guaranteed only
This guide and all associated documents are part of for its approved use. The limit values stated in the
the product. They must be given to the operator of technical specifications (see Section 11 Technical
the unit and must be stored so they are available Specifications) may not be exceeded under any
when needed. circumstances. In particular, this applies to the per-
mitted ambient temperature range and to the permit-
1.4 Used Symbols ted IP protection category. When used with a higher
The following safety and other notes are used in this required IP protection category, the Rittal CMC-TC
guide: must be installed in a housing or enclosure with a
higher IP protection category.
Symbol for a handling instruction:
The operation of the CMC-TC system in direct con-
This bullet point indicates that you should perform tact with water, aggressive materials or inflammable
an action. gases and vapours is prohibited.
Safety and other notes: In addition to these general safety notes, also ob-
serve any special safety notes listed for the specific
Danger! tasks in the individual sections.
Immediate danger to health and life!

Warning!
Possible danger for the product and
the environment!

Note!
Useful information and special features.

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3 Unit Description
EN 3 Unit Description
1 2 3 4 5 6
The Multi Control Top Concept Processing Unit II
computer (subsequently called CMC-TC PU) is an
intelligent enclosure monitoring system. It is in-
Power
stalled in its own housing on the enclosure and uses
the attached sensors in various forms to perform the
complete physical monitoring of the enclosure, i.e. 1 2 P-I2C 1 24 VDC
max. 2,5 A
temperature, humidity, shock, smoke, voltage 3 4 I0I0I

through to the complete cabinet locking and access


control. All this information is transferred using Fig. 2 CMC-TC PU rear
SNMP to a management station where it can be
Key
administered.
1 Sensor units connections (1-4)
The supplied CD-ROM contains software (CMC-TC
2 P-IC connection
Manager) that can be used to monitor and adminis-
ter one or more CMC-TC PUs. 3 Alarm relay output (floating changeover contact)
4 Serial interface (IOIOI)
3.1 Housing 5 Network connection
The CMC-TC Processing Unit is contained in its 6 Voltage supply connection (Power)
own housing that can be fastened with the supplied
Velcro strips to the inner side of the side wall, to the
punched sections with mounting flanges or to the 3.2 Power supply
shelf of the enclosure. Mounting units (see Section The CMC-TC Processing Unit is supplied with
3.7.1 Required Accessories) can also be used to power using an external power pack. The connec-
install the housing. tion cable for the external power pack is available as
an accessory in various country variants. Choose
the variant appropriate for the country-specific regu-
1 2 3 4 5 lations. A selection of various connection cables is
described in Section 3.7 Accessories.
All connected sensors are supplied with voltage
I 0I 0I from the CMC-TC Processing Unit. The CMC-TC
1 2 3 4
Processing Unit has an integrated alarm relay e-
quipped with a floating change-over contact. It is
used for the optical or acoustic alarming. There is
also a connection with a serial interface that can be
Fig. 1 CMC-TC PU front side used for various sensor units.
Key 3.3 Network Properties
1 Acknowledge key (C key) The CMC-TC PU has an 10/100BaseT Ethernet
2 Status LED network connection supported with the following
3 Network LED protocols:
4 Serial interface (RS-232 connection) using RS232 serial interface, e.g. HyperTerminal
5 Status LED for connected sensor units (Traffic LED) in the Ethernet network, e.g. using TELNET
SNMPv1, compatible with popular management
systems
SNMPv3,
HTTPS
TFTPa
NTP (Network Time Protocol)
SSH (Secure Shell)
SSL 3.0 (Secure Socket Layer)
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
Optionally, the CMC-TC PU can also communicate
using a Master Unit or using an ISDN or GSM unit.
Associated information is available at the Rittal ho-
me page (www.rittal.com) or in Catalogue 31.

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Unit Description 3
The network connection is made using a suitable 3.4 Connectable Sensors
network cable with RJ-45 plug in the existing Ether- EN
net network structure. Sensor Model No.
The communication is made using a standard brow- Temperature sensor DK 7320.500
ser and is operating-system-independent.
The number of Rittal CMC-TC Processing Units in Humidity sensor DK 7320.510
the network is unlimited, provided adequate free IP Analog sensor input mod-
addresses are available in the network. If this is not DK 7320.520
ule "4 20 mA"
the case, up to ten CMC-TC PUs can be extended
and administered using the Rittal CMC-TC Master. Access sensor DK 7320.530
This distributed construction allows you to also real- Vandalism sensor DK 7320.540
ise monitoring for enclosure suites without needing
any large cabling effort. Airflow monitor DK 7320.550
The network protocols are used for communication Smoke alarm DK 7320.560
(password query, switching commands, status que-
ries, and alarm signals) between the Rittal CMC-TC Motion sensor DK 7320.570
PU, the administrators and the users in the network Digital input module DK 7320.580
(network/ internet/ intranet).
The SNMP functionality is also independent of the Digital relay output module DK 7320.590
operating system, only the network management Voltage monitor DK 7320.600
protocol must support SNMP V 1.0. In addition, the
Rittal CMC-TC PU is supporting the Standard-MIB Voltage monitor with swit- DK 7320.610
II. The private MIB is part of the scope of supply. ched output
Further information is provided on the supplied CD- Voltage monitor with 16 A DK 7320.611
ROM (CMC-TC PU II v1_1d.mib). switched output
The private MIB is required for integration in a build-
ing management software system. It decodes the 48 V voltage monitor DK 7320.620
transferred trap messages to produce unambiguous Leakage sensor DK 7320.630
messages.
Tab. 1 Connectable sensors
The sensors are interlinked by means of category
RJ12 patch cables.
3.5 System Requirements
Hardware: PC with serial interface and
10/100 Mbit network card
Software: operating system (Linux or Windows)
Browser (IE 6.0 or equivalent)
3.6 Scope of supply
The unit will be delivered in a packaging unit in fully-
assembled state.
Check the delivered components for complete-
ness.
Check that the packaging does not show any
signs of damage.

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3 Unit Description
3.7 Accessories
EN
Number Designation
3.7.1 Required Accessories
1 CMC-TC Processing Unit with net- Depending on the country-specific specifications,
work interface RJ -45 socket (10/100 you require an appropriate connection cable for the
BaseT) power pack of the CMC-TC PU.
2 Self-adhesive Velcro fasteners Pac
Acces- Re- Model
90 x 15 mm sories
Designation ks
quired No.
of
1 CD-ROM with software and operat-
Power Installation
ing manual
supply power pack 24 V
1 Checklist for commissioning in Ger- IEC
1 7320.425
100-230 V AC, Yes,
man/English depend-
UL approval, 3 A
Tab. 2 Scope of supply SELV ing on
power
Installation supply
power pack 24 V
IEC
48 V DC 1 7320.435
Connec- Connection
tion cable IEC con-
cable for nector 1 7200.210
power Country version
pack D
Connection 1
cable IEC con-
nector 7200.211
Country version
GB
Connection 1
cable IEC con-
nector 7200.210
Country version
F/B Yes, 1x
for power
Connection 1 pack
cable IEC con-
nector 7200.213
Country version
CH
Connection 1
cable IEC con-
nector
Country version 7200.214
USA/CDN, UL
approval
FT1/VW1
Extension cable 1
IEC connector 7200.215
and socket
Assem- 1 U mounting 1
7320.440
bly unit
1 U single moun- 1 Optional
ting unit with 7320.450
strain relief
Program- Programming 1
ming cable D-Sub 9 to Yes,
7200.221
cable RJ 11 max. 1

Exten- Extension unit 1 Optional,


7200.520
sion voltage max. 2

Tab. 3 Required accessories

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Unit Description 3
3.7.2 Optional Accessories
EN
Max. required
Accessories number of Model No.
items

I/O Unit 4 DK 7320.210

Access Unit 4 DK 7320.220

Climate Unit 4 DK 7320.230

Fan Control
4 DK 7320.810
System (FCS)
Fan Control
4 DK 7858.488
System (FCS)

RTT I/O Unit 4 DK 3124.200

LCP 4 DK 3301.210

LCP 4 DK 3301.230

Active PSM
4x4 DK 7856.200
4-way
Active PSM
4x4 DK 7856.201
8-way

PCU 4x4 DK 7200.001

CMC-TC Dis-
1 DK 7320.491
play Unit II
CMC-TC GSM
1 DK 7320.820
Unit
CMCTC ISDN
1 DK 7320.830
Unit

Extension cable
- DK 7200.450
RJ12; 5.0 m
Extension cable
- DK 7320.814
RJ12; 1.0 m
Extension cable
DK 7320.470
RJ45; 0.5 m
Extension cable
DK 7320.472
RJ45; 2.0 m
Extension cable
DK 7320.475
RJ45; 5.0 m
Extension cable
DK 7320.481
RJ45; 10.0 m

Tab. 4 Optional accessories

3.8 Proper use


The Rittal CMC-TC PU II serves as an enclosure
monitoring system for the monitoring and admini-
stration of various enclosure parameters.
A use different from that described here is consid-
ered to be an improper use. Rittal cannot accept any
liability for damage resulting from the improper use
or the non-observance of this guide. The guides for
the used accessories may apply.

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4 Assembly
EN 4 Assembly Attach the Velcro fasteners to the housing of the
CMC-TC PU and position the CMC-TC PU at the
4.1 Assembly notes required attachment location.
Install the CMC-TC PU in an enclosure or in a suit-
able housing system so that it also has additional
protection from external effects. Also consider the
permitted ambient temperature and humidity opera-
tional areas and the application-related required IP
degree of protection (see Chapter 11, page 52). 2,4

3
4.2 Assembling CMC-TC 1,5

Fig. 5 Assembly with 1 U mounting unit


1. Remove the two upper screws of the trim piece.
2. Remove the trim piece.
3. Move the CMC-TC PU on the retaining plate of
the mounting unit. Ensure that the retaining
plate sits between the guide rails of the CMC-
TC PU.
4. Replace the trim piece on the mounting unit.
5. Screw the trim piece back on the 1 U mounting
unit.

Fig. 3 Assembly with the mounting module

Move the CMC-TC PU on the retaining plate of


the mounting module. Ensure that the retaining
plate sits between the guide rails of the CMC-TC
PU.

Fig. 4 Assembly with Velcro fasteners

Take the self-adhesive Velcro fasteners from the


supplied accessories and remove the protective
foil from the Velcro fasteners.
Ensure that the adhesion surfaces are free from
grease and dust.

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Installation 5
5 Installation EN
Danger! 2
The assembly and installation may be
performed only by trained specialists. 3
1
5.1 Safety and other notes
The Rittal CMC-TC Processing Unit may be op- Fig. 7 Pin assignment (plug)
erated only with connected protective earth con- Key
ductor. The protective earth conductor connec- 1 Pin 1: Gnd
tion is made by plugging in the IEC connection
2 Pin 2: +24 V
cable. This requires that the IEC connection ca-
ble at the power supply side be connected with 3 Pin 3: Gnd
the protective earth conductor. 5.3 Establishing the Network Connec-
The electrical connection voltage and frequency tion
must conform to the rated values specified at the
rear of the housing and in the technical specifica-
tions (see page 52).
1
Before commencing work on the Rittal CMC-TC
PU, it must be disconnected from the mains
power supply and protected against being re- Power
connected.
Protect the connection cables using cable ties on 24 VDC
1 2 P-I2C 1
the used housing or enclosure. 3 4 I0I0I max. 2,5 A

To prevent unnecessary cable losses, the used


cable lengths must not exceed the lengths speci- Fig. 8 Establishing the Network Connection
fied in the technical specifications (see Chapter Key
11, page 52).
1 Network connection
5.2 Connecting the voltage supply Use the RJ45 network cable to connect the CMC-
TC PU with the existing Ethernet network struc-
ture.
1

1
Power

1 24 VDC I 0I 0I
1 2 P-I2C
I0I0I max. 2,5 A
3 4 1 2 3 4

Fig. 6 Connecting the voltage supply


Key
Fig. 9 Checking the mains supply connection
1 Voltage supply connection
You must connect the CMC-TC PU to the voltage Key
supply using the power packs described in Section 1 Network LED
3.7.1 Required Accessories. The network connection is established as soon as
Insert the power pack plug in the "Power" socket the Link LED lights green or orange. In addition, the
of the CMC-TC PU. Ensure that the  marking Link LED starts to blink when data exchange occurs
arrow points to the Power socket designation. over the network:
The plug latches itself. After being connected to the Green: 10 Mbit transmission
voltage supply, the CMC-TC PU automatically be- Orange: 100 Mbit transmission
gins a boot task that takes approximately three min-
utes. Once it has completed, the alarm LED illumi-
nates green.
To remove the connection plug, pull back the move-
able ring on the plug and then pull the complete plug
out of the socket.

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5 Installation
5.4 Establishing the sensor connection Press the C key for at least three seconds to start
EN a manual polling of the ports.
5.4.1 Connect sensor. When the CMC-TC PU has detected and reported a
new configuration (see Section 5.4.1) and you have
confirmed this by pressing the C key, the acoustic
signal is terminated and the Status LED changes
1
from orange to green.
5.5 Connecting the alarm relay
Power
The alarm relay is connected using the potential-
free changeover contact.
1 2 P-I2C 1 24 VDC
3 4 I0I0I max. 2,5 A Warning!
Damage danger!
Fig. 10 Establishing the sensor connection Observe the technical specification of
the alarm relay contained in the tech-
Key nical data. If these details are not ob-
1 Sensor units connections (1-4) served, the alarm relay can be dam-
Insert the connection plug of the sensor units in aged.
any of the four connections.
The connected sensors will be detected automati-
cally by the CMC-TC PU. 1

Power
1 2 3

1 2 1 24 VDC
P-I2C max. 2,5 A
3 4 I0I0I
I 0I 0I
1 2 3 4

Fig. 12 Connecting the alarm relay


Key
1 Alarm relay output (floating changeover contact)
Fig. 11 Checking the sensor connection
Connect the alarm relay with the RJ-12 sockets
Key using RJ-12 connectors.
1 Acknowledge key (C key) After the connection, you must configure the alarm
2 Status LED relay using the software (see 7.3.19 General Con-
3 Status LEDs for connected sensor units figuration of the Processing Unit). The internal cir-
When the sensors are connected and detected, a cuitry of the alarm relay is shown below:
signal sounds and the Status LED of the connection
flashes orange.
Press the C key to confirm the connection of the
sensor.
The acoustic signal is terminated and the Status
LED changes from orange to green.

The CMC-TC Processing Unit continually polls the


ports of the sensor units. Configuration changes to
sensors are detected and reported automatically.
The indication is made by the acoustic signal and by
the Status LEDs.

5.4.2 Manually Starting the Sensor Up-


dating
Fig. 13 Power connection of the alarm relay
It is possible for some sensors that the sensor de-
tection is not performed immediately on the Proc-
essing Unit. In this case, you can manually start the
sensor updating.

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Installation 5
5.6 Connecting the Voltage Extension
Unit
EN
5.7 Connecting the Programming Inter-
You can use the P-IC connection (RJ-45 socket) to face
integrate a maximum of two voltage extension units
If you want to configure the CMC-TC PU, for exam-
(3-phase, DK 7200.520) in the CMC-TC PU. Further
ple, using a notebook, you can connect both devices
information is contained in the operating instructions
with each other using the serial interface. The RS-
of the voltage extension unit.
232 interface of the CMC-TC PU is provided as
RJ10 front socket.

1
Power

I 0I 0I

1 2 P-I2C 1 24 VDC 1 2 3 4
I0I0I max. 2,5 A
3 4

2
Fig. 14 P-I C connection
Key Fig. 15 RS-232 connection
1 Voltage extension unit connection (P-IC connec- Key
tion)
1 Serial interface (RS-232 connection as RJ10 front
Use a RJ45 cable to establish the connection socket)
between the voltage extension unit and the P-IC
Connect the programming cable with the RJ10
connection of the Processing Unit.
front socket and with the serial interface of your
Set the DIP switch on the voltage extension unit PC.
as follows to address the voltage extension unit:
Switch
Addressing
setting
DIP switch
First connected expansion unit
at 1
DIP switch
at 2 Second connected expansion unit
Tab. 5 Addressing

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6 Commissioning
6 Commissioning The properties of the selected COM ports must be
EN specified once.
Once you have assembled the CMC-TC PU and
installed all connections, you must now configure it.
You can do this using either the serial interface (see
Section 5.7 Connecting the Programming Interface),
the network connection with an internet browser
(see Section 7.6 Access Using a Browser) or Telnet
(see Section 7.8 Access Using Telnet).
You must first the establish connection to the CMC-
TC PU. This is shown in the following sections using
the example of the HyperTerminal terminal pro-
gram that is part of the Microsoft Windows 2000
operating system. The process is similar for other
operating systems.
To start HyperTerminal, click <Programs> - <Ac-
cessories> - <Communication> - <HyperTerminal>

Fig. 18 COM port properties


Enter the following parameters:
Transmission rate: 9600 bits per second
Data bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop bits: 1
Protocol: None
To ensure that the data is transferred without error,
the standard level range must be observed for the
RS-232 interface.
The login window for HyperTerminal appears.

Fig. 16 Enter name and select connection

Enter name
Assign symbol for connection

Fig. 19 Login
You must enter your login name (CMC-TC login)
and your password here. As supplied, cmc is set
as default setting for both entries.
Enter your login name (CMC-TC login) and your
password.
You can change the login name and the password
subsequently (see Section 7.3.11 Configuring the
Fig. 17 Establish connection Passwords).
Select connection via COM Port
Click OK

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Operation 7
7 Operation EN
7.1 Becoming Familiar with the Menu
Structure
The terminal program menu has the following struc-
ture:
1 Network Configuration
1.1 IP Configuration 1.3.7 Dayl. Saving Time, End
1.1.1 IP address 1.4 PPP Configuration
1.1.2 IP Subnet Mask 1.4.1 Enable PPP (DialIn)
1.1.3 IP Def. Gateway 1.4.2 IP Addr. CMC (DialIn)
1.1.4 Enable/Disable DHCP 1.4.3 IP Addr. Client (DialIn)

Fig. 20 HyperTerminal start window 1.1.5 Settings Ethernet Port 1.4.4 Username (DialIn)
1.2 SNMP Configuration 1.4.5 Password (DialIn)
If you have been able to establish the connection to
the CMC-TC PU, the HyperTerminal configuration 1.2.1 Trap Receiver Configura- 1.4.6 Callback No (DialIn)
window with the CMC-TC PU configuration menu tion
appears. 1.2.1.1 IP Trap Receiver 1.4.7 Enable PPP (Dialout)
You can now set up the CMC-TC PU for your local 1.2.1.2 Enable/Disable 1.4.8 IP Addr. CMC (Dialout)
conditions.
1.2.1.3 IP Trap Receiver 1.4.9 IP Addr. Client (Dialout)
1.2.1.4 Enable/Disable 1.4.A Username (Dialout)
1.2.1.5 IP Trap Receiver 1.4.B Password (Dialout)
1.2.1.6 Enable/Disable 1.4.C Phone Number (Dialout)
1.2.1.7 IP Trap Receiver 1.4.D Modem type
1.2.1.8 Enable/Disable 1.4.E MSN (for ISDN)
1.2.2 SNMPv1 IP Access 1.4.D Modem Baudrate
1.2.2.1 SNMPv1 Manager 1.5 SMTP (email) Configuration
1.2.2.2 SNMPv1 Manager 1.5.1 IP Addr. SMTP Server
1.2.2.3 SNMPv1 Manager 1.5.2 SMTP Server Authentica-
tion
1.2.2.4 SNMPv1 Manager 1.5.3 Username SMTP Server
1.2.2.5 SNMPv1 Manager 1.5.4 Password SMTP Server
1.2.2.6 SNMPv1 Manager 1.5.5 eMail Sender Name
1.2.2.7 SNMPv1 Manager 1.5.6 eMail Reply to
1.2.2.8 SNMPv1 Manager 1.5.7 eMail upon Unit Messages
1.2.2.9 SNMPv1 Manager 1.5.8 eMail Address
1.2.2.A SNMPv1 Manager 1.5.8.1 eMail Address
1.2.2.B SNMPv1 Manager 1.5.8.2 eMail Address
1.2.2.C SNMPv1 Manager 1.5.8.3 eMail Address
1.2.3 Read Community 1.5.8.4 eMail Address
1.2.4 Write Community 1.6 System Name
1.2.5 Enable Auth. Traps 1.7 System Contact
1.2.6 Change SNMP Version 1.8 System Location
1.2.7 Default SNMPv3 User 1.9 Security
Name
1.2.8 Default SNMPv3 Pass- 1.9.1 Change Password User
word cmc
1.2.9 Confirm SNMPv3 1.9.2 Change Password User
usmUser/Passw admin
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1.3 NTP Configuration 1.9.3 Change HTTP Port
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1.3.1 Enable NTP 1.9.4 Enable SSL 7.2 Operating Notes
1.3.2 IP Addr. NTP Server 1 1.9.5 Change HTTPs Port The following sections list as tables all the configu-
1.3.3 IP Addr. NTP Server 2 1.A Enable FTP ration parameters of the CMC-TC. The basic opera-
tion is always the same:
1.3.4 NTP Offset to UTC 1.B Cons./Teln. Timeout Min-
utes Navigate within the menu structure using the up
and down arrow keys.
1.3.5 NTP Update Frequency (h) 1.C Enable/Disable Telnet
Scroll in fields with several predefined values
1.3.6 Dayl. Saving Time, Begin 1.D Activate Actual Values using the left and right arrow keys.
2 Sensor Units Enter the required data in fields for text and nu-
2.1 e.g. IO Unit 1:CMC-TC- 2.1.1.B Trap Receiver 3 meric information from the keyboard.
IOU You can use the Esc key to cancel the inputs.
2.1.1 e.g. Temperature Sensor 2.1.1.C Trap Receiver 4/Log Confirm all inputs with the Return or Enter key.
2.1.1.1 Status 2.1.1.D Alarm Reset
7.3 Setting the Base Configuration
2.1.1.2 Value 2.1.1.E Send SMS
The base configuration requires only the setting of
2.1.1.3 Setpoint High 2.1.2 e.g. Humidity Sensor the network configuration, the alarm relay and the
2.1.1.4 Setpoint Warning 2.1.3 not available trap receiver. You can make further settings using a
browser or Telnet.
2.1.1.5 Setpoint Low 2.1.4 not available
2.1.1.6 Message Text 2.1.5 Name Sensor Unit 7.3.1 Network Configuration
2.1.1.7 Alarm Relay 2.1.4 Status of Unit You can use this menu to change your network
2.1.1.8 Beeper 2.2 Unit 2 not available
settings.

2.1.1.9 Trap Receiver 1 2.3 Unit 3 not available Navigation


2.1.1.A Trap Receiver 2 2.4 Unit 4 not available Main menu 1 Network Configuration 1 IP
3 General Configuration Configuration
3.1 Temperature Unit 3.9.2 SMS Service Number Parameter Explanation
3.2 Beeper 3.9.3 ISDN MSN IP Address Enter your IP address (factory
3.3 Quit Alarm Relay 3.9.4 ISDN Pre-Dial Number setting 192.168.0.190)
3.4 Alarm Relay Options 3.9.5 ISDN Command IP Subnet Enter your IP subnet mask
3.5 Web Access 3.9.6 SMS upon Unit Message
Mask address (factory setting
255.255.255.0)
3.6 Actual Date 3.9.7 SMS Phone Numbers
IP Def. Gate- Enter the IP for the router (fac-
3.7 Actual Time 3.9.7.1 SMS Phone Number
way tory setting 0.0.0.0)
3.8 Check Link 3.9.7.2 SMS Phone Number
Enable/Disable Set whether the CMC-TC PU
3.9 SMS Configuration 3.9.7.3 SMS Phone Number DHCP should obtain the IP address
3.9.1 PIN GSM-Card 3.9.7.4 SMS Phone Number automatically:
4 Info Page Enable or disable the function

5 Default, New Config. Of Sensor Units, File Transfer Settings Configure the network interface
Ethernet Port of the CMC-TC PU on your
5.1 Set General Configuration to 5.3.1 Send File to CMC
Default
network. Possible settings:
Auto, 100/Half, 100/Full,
5.2 Sensor Unit Detection 5.3.2 Receive File from CMC
10/Half, 10/Full
5.3 Serial File Transfer (XMo-
dem)

Fig. 21 Menu structure

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Reboot the system to save the settings:
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Navigation Navigation
Main menu 1 Network Configuration D Acti- Main menu 1 Network Configuration 2
vate Actual Values SNMPv1 IP Access
Parameter Explanation Parameter Explanation
Activate Actual Activate new values: select SNMPv1 Set the IP address for the PC
Values Yes and press the Return manager with the SNMP management
key to perform a restart. software that is to have access
to the CMC-TC PU.
If DHCP is enabled, then during the restart, a con-
nection will be established to a DHCP server pre-
sent in the network; an IP address is obtained from
this server. If no IP address can be obtained from 7.3.4 Configuring the Read/Write Com-
the DHCP server, the last valid IP address or default munity
address will be used. A restart is also necessary
when the DHCP is deactivated. To make the settings for a management software
system on the CMC-TC, you must set the commu-
nity of the Processing Unit and the management
software.
7.3.2 Configuring the Trap Receiver
To receive messages and information, so-called trap Navigation
messages, from the CMC-TC PU, the IP address of Main menu 1 Network Configuration 2 SNMP
the console on which a management software sys- Configuration 3 Read Community / 4 Write
tem (e.g. HP OpenView) is installed must be en- Community
tered. The management software must sup-port the
SNMP protocol. Parameter Explanation

Navigation 3 Read Com- Set the read community for the


munity trap sending. Press the Back-
Main menu 1 Network Configuration 2 SNMP space key to clear the factory
Configuration 1 Trap Receiver Configuration setting and then enter the new
name.
Parameter Explanation
4 Write Com- Set the write community for the
IP Trap Enter the IP address of the
munity trap sending. Press the Back-
Receiver receiver of the messages (fac-
space key to clear the factory
tory setting 0.0.0.0)
setting and then enter the new
Enable/Disable Enable or disable the receiving name.
at the preceding receiver.
Enter any additional recipients (maximum four) in
the lines provided below. 7.3.5 Configuring the Authentication
Traps
If a client is logged in to the Processing Unit as Trap
7.3.3 Configuring the SNMPv1 Access Receiver with a Read/Write Community that differs
Management software that supports SNMP (e.g. HP from that specified in the Processing Unit, a mes-
OpenView or CMC-TC Manager) can access the sage will be sent to the other Trap Receivers.
CMC-TC PU via the network. To restrict the access,
Navigation
you can permit the access for required IP addresses
(maximum 12). The access is then blocked for all Main menu 1 Network Configuration 2 SNMP
other IP addresses that have not been entered. If no Configuration 5 Enable Auth. Traps
IP address has been entered, every management
software system in the network has access to the Parameter Explanation
CMC-TC PU. Enable Auth. Enable or disable FTP with the
Traps and arrow keys.

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Navigation
7.3.6 Changing the SNMP Version
From software version 2.45, the Processing Unit II Main menu 1 Network Configuration 3 NTP
supports two types of SNMP. SNMPv1 and Configuration
SNMPv3 are available. SNMPv3 provides a higher Parameter Explanation
security functionality than SNMPv1. SNMPv3 re-
quires an authentication. 1 Enable NTP Enable or disable NTP with the
and arrow keys.
Navigation
2 IP Addr. NTP Set the first IP address of the
Main menu 1 Network Configuration 2 SNMP Server 1 NTP server. Press the Back-
Configuration space key to clear the factory
Parameter Explanation setting and then enter the IP
address of the first NTP server.
6 Change Set the SNMPv1 and SNMPv3
SNMP Version using the and arrow keys. 3 IP Addr. NTP Set the second IP address of
Server 2 the NTP server. Press the
7 Default Set the user name for SNMPv3 Backspace key to clear the
SNMPv3 User access cmc (max. 20 charac- factory setting and then enter
Name ters). Press the Backspace the IP address of the second
key to clear the factory setting NTP server.
and then enter the password.
4 NTP Offset Set the time zone of your coun-
8 Default Set the password for the to UTC try using the and arrow
SNMPv3 SNMPv3 access cmc (max. keys.
Password 20 characters). Press the
Backspace key to clear the 5 NTP Update Set the interval how often the
factory setting and then enter Frequency (h) Processing Unit should query
the password. the NTP server for the current
date and time. The values must
Confirm Confirm the SNMPv3 authenti- be set in hours.
SNMPv3 us- cation using the and ar- Press the Backspace key to
mUser/Passw row keys. clear the factory setting and
then enter the interval time.
6 Day 1 Saving Enter the begin of the daylight
Time, Begin saving time.
7.3.7 Configuring the NTP Press the Backspace key to
The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a standard for clear the previous input and
the time synchronisation of the internal clock using then enter the new data in the
the network. following format.
The NTP function synchronises the local internal m = month (1...12)
clock of the CMC-TC using external time signals n = week of the month (1 = first
obtained from an NTP server. To use this function in week, 5 = last week of the
the CMC-TC, the network connection to an NTP month)
server must be possible. The IP addresses for two d = day (0 = Sunday,
NTP servers can be entered (primary and secon- 6 = Saturday)
dary server). The time information from the NTP
server is based on the coordinated world time (UTC) 7 Day 1 Saving Enter the end of the daylight
as reference time. The times in the various time Time, End saving time.
zones of the world are derived from this time. Con- Press the Backspace key to
sequently, the current time zone must be set in the clear the previous input and
CMC-TC menu. The current date and the current then enter the new data in the
time are then displayed with the correct value taking following format.
account of the time zone and the daylight saving
m = month (1...12)
status. Because the daylight saving begin and end
in the various time zones differ, these two values n = week of the month (1 = first
can also be set in the CMC-TC. week, 5 = last week of the
month)
d = day (0 = Sunday,
6 = Saturday)

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D Modem Ty- Select the modem type: ana-
pe logue, ISDN or GSM (when a
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7.3.8 Configuring the PPP GSM unit is used as modem,
You can administer the CMC-TC PU from a remote ensure that the SIM card does
location using an analogue modem. To do this, con- not have a PIN number).
nect the modem to the serial interface of the Proc- E MSN (for When an ISDN modem is used,
essing Unit. ISDN) the MSN number must be en-
Navigation tered.

Main menu 1 Network Configuration 4 PPP F Modem Choose the transmission rate
Configuration Baud Rate appropriate for the modem
type.
Parameter Explanation
1 Enable PPP Enable or disable PPP with the
(DialIn) and arrow keys. 7.3.9 Configuring the Sending of E-Mails
2 IP Addr. Set the IP address of the Proc- As of software version 2.45, the CMC-TC PU II can
CMC (DialIn) essing Unit to establish a con- send alarm messages as an e-mail via an SMTP
nection from a client to the Pro- server.
cessing Unit
3 IP Addr. Set the IP address of the client Navigation
Client (DialIn) to dial-in on the Processing
Unit. Main menu 1 Network Configuration 5 SMTP
(eMail) Configuration
4 Username Set an arbitrary user name for
(DialIn) the login on the Processing Unit Parameter Explanation
(max. 20 characters).
1 IP Addr. Enter the IP address of the
5 Password Set an arbitrary password for SMTP Server SMTP server.
(DialIn) the login on the Processing Unit
2 SMTP Server Enable (Yes) or disable (No) for
(max. 20 characters).
Authentication an authentication on the SMTP
6 Callback No. Enter the telephone number to server using the and ar-
(DialIn) which the Processing Unit row keys.
should call back.
3 Username Enter the user name for the
7 Enable PPP Enable or disable PPP with the SMTP Server SMTP server.
(Dialout) and arrow keys.
4 Password Enter the password for the
8 IP Addr. Enter the IP address of the SMTP Server SMTP server.
CMC (Dialout) Processing Unit for the dial-in
5 eMail Sender Enter the sender address of the
on the client.
Name PU II.
9 IP Addr. Enter the IP address of the
Client (Dialout) client for the dial-in on the cli- 6 eMail Reply If a user responds to this alarm
to message, the response mail will
ent.
be sent to the entered address.
A Username Enter a user name as authenti-
(Dialout) cation on the client. 7 eMail upon For a timeout, etc., an e-mail for
Unit Messages notification can be sent to a
Note: The user name must be unit.
entered as user account in the Set using the and arrow
client (max. 20 characters). keys, "Yes" or "No".
B Password Enter a password as authenti- 8 eMail Ad- Enter up to four different e-mail
(Dialout) cation on the client. dress addresses.
Note: The password must be
identical with the password of
the user account (max. 20 cha-
racters). 7.3.10 Configuring the System Name,
C Phone Enter the telephone number
Contact and Location
Number that the Processing Unit should A unique name, a contact address (e-mail) and a
(Dialout) call in order to send a trap. location can be entered for the Processing Unit.

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Navigation Navigation
Main menu 1 Network Configuration Main menu 1 Network Configuration 9 Secu-
rity
Parameter Explanation
Parameter Explanation
6 System Na- The Processing Unit can be
me assigned any name. Press the 3 Change http Set the http port 80-10000 (fac-
Backspace key to clear the Port tory setting: 80). Press the
factory setting and then enter "Backspace" key to clear the
the new name. factory setting and then enter
the new port.
7 System Con- Set the contact address (e.g.
tact xyz@rittal.de). Press the
Backspace key to clear the
factory setting and then enter 7.3.13 HTTPS (SSL) Function
the new name. For security, the Processing Unit supports SSL en-
8 System Enter the location name. Press cryption. This encryption is used for the secure data
Location the Backspace key to clear exchange between the CMC-TC PU and the work-
the factory setting and then station.
enter the new name.
Navigation
Main menu 1 Network Configuration 9 Secu-
rity
7.3.11 Configuring the Passwords
You can change the passwords of the Processing Parameter Explanation
Unit as required. The associated character length 4 Enable SSL Enable or disable SSL with the
may not exceed 20 characters. Special characters and arrow keys.
are not permitted.
5 Change https Set the https port 80-10000
Navigation Port (factory setting: 443). Press the
"Backspace" key to clear the
Main menu 1 Network Configuration 9 Secu-
factory setting and then enter
rity
the new port.
Parameter Explanation
1 Change Set the password for the cmc
Password User user (max. 20 characters). 7.3.14 Configuring the FTP Access
cmc Press the Backspace key to The FTP access is used exclusively for uploading
clear the factory setting and software updates. It can remain deactivated for
then enter the password. normal usage.
2 Change Set the password for the
Password User admin user (max. 20 charac-
admin ters). Press the Backspace Navigation
key to clear the factory setting Main menu 1 Network Configuration A Enable
and then enter the password. FTP
Parameter Explanation

7.3.12 Changing the HTTP Port A Enable FTP Enable or disable FTP with the
and arrow keys.
The standard http port for some networks is not
assigned to port 80. You can change the port num-
ber to meet your requirements.

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7.3.15 Configuring the Timeout Window 7.3.18 Configuring the Connected Sen-
The console and Telnet Timeout window is used for sors
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the automatic logout after a defined time. If, for ex- The sensors can be configured using Hyper-
ample, a user has not performed any action on the Terminal. This method of operation is required only
Processing Unit over a period of five minutes, the when the browser setting is set to view mode.
user will be logged off automatically.
Navigation
Navigation
Main menu 2 Sensor Units
Main menu 1 Network Configuration B
Cons./Teln. Timeout Minutes Parameter Explanation
Parameter Explanation 1-4 Connected Access to the connected units
Units with the installed sensors.
B Cons./Teln. Set the timeout function in min-
Timeout Min- utes.
utes 0 = No timeout
5 = If no changes have been 7.3.19 General Configuration of the
made during the previous five Processing Unit
minutes. Press the Backspace The main configuration of the Processing Unit is
key to clear the factory setting used to setup the hardware and the units of the
and then enter the new time. sensors. You can also set up the date and time,
temperature unit, alarm relay, etc.
Navigation
7.3.16 Configuring Telnet Access
Main menu 3 General Configuration
Telnet provides the same administrative rights as
those using the serial interface. If Telnet access is Parameter Explanation
not wanted, you can deactivate it.
1 Temperature Set Celsius or Fahrenheit using
Navigation Unit the and arrow keys.
Main menu 1 Network Configuration C En- 2 Beeper Set on (alarm beeper on) or off
able/Disable Telnet (alarm beeper off) using the
and arrow keys.
Parameter Explanation
3 Quit Alarm Set the alarm relay acknowl-
C Enable / Enable or disable Telnet with Relay edge using the and arrow
Disable Telnet the and arrow keys. keys.
In case of an alarm, the "C key"
can be used to reset the alarm
relay on the PU.
7.3.17 Activating the Restart
Disabled = the alarm relay will
To accept and save all changes and network set- be reset automatically after an
tings (applies only to PU I), a restart must be made. alarm.
However, you can also reboot the Processing Unit Enabled = the alarm relay is
after a software crash using this menu item. reset after an alarm by pressing
Navigation the "C key".
4 Alarm Relay Set the alarm relay function
Main menu 1 Network Configuration D Acti-
Options using the and arrow keys.
vate Actual Values
Close = alarm relay contact is
Parameter Explanation closed.
Open = alarm relay contact is
D Activate Perform restart (Yes) or do not open.
Actual Values perform restart (No) using the Off = alarm relay contact is
and arrow keys. disabled.
5 Web Access Set the web access using the
and arrow keys.
Full = full access. All current
values can be fetched and set-
tings changed on the Process-
ing Unit.
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View = display. Only the current 7.3.21 Configuring the SMS Notification
EN values are displayed. The set- (ISDN Unit)
tings cannot be changed.
No = block web access. The This function is only active if an ISDN unit is con-
Processing Unit can no longer nected.
be called from the web. Navigation
6 Actual Date Set the current date. Main menu 3 General Configuration 9 SMS
Press the "Backspace" key to Configuration
clear the factory setting and
then enter the current date. Parameter Explanation
Date format: dd.mm.yyyy
3 ISDN MSN Set the MSN number of your
7 Actual Time Set the current time. ISDN connection. The number
Press the "Backspace" key to must be entered as follows:
clear the factory setting and +49/2772/123456
then enter the current time.
4 ISDN Pre- Set the number to obtain an
Time format: hh:mm:ss
Dial Number external line.
8 Check Link The individual Trap Receivers This entry is required when you
can be checked for reachability. have connected the ISDN unit
Press the "Backspace" key to to a telephone system.
clear the factory setting and
5 ISDN Com- Set the SMS command for sen-
enter the number of the Trap
mand ding SMS messages over the
Receiver.
fixed-line network.
9 SMS Con- Applies only when an ISDN or For example, "8888 ANMELD"
figuration GSM unit is connected. for the T-Com network.
or
"09003266900" for the Arcor
network.
7.3.20 Configuring the SMS Notification
(GSM Unit) 6 SMS upon For a timeout, etc., an SMS for
Unit Messages notification can be sent to a
This function is only active if an ISDN unit is con-
unit.
nected.
Set using the and arrow
Navigation keys, "Yes" or "No".

Main menu 3 General Configuration 9 SMS


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7.3.22 Entering the Telephone Numbers
Parameter Explanation
for SMS Notification
1 PIN GSM Set the 4-digit PIN number of This function is only active if an ISDN or GSM unit is
Card the GSM card. connected.
2 SMS Service Set the SMS service number. Navigation
Number The specified format must be
observed, e.g. +491710760000 Main menu 3 General Configuration 9 SMS
Configuration 7 SMS Phone Numbers
6 SMS upon For a timeout, etc., an SMS for
Unit Messages notification can be sent to a Parameter Explanation
unit.
Set using the and arrow 1 - 4 SMS Set the SMS target call number.
keys, "Yes" or "No". Phone Number E.g. +4927725051234

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7.3.23 Calling the CMC Information Page 7.4 Transferring Files Using the Serial
To display the current information for the Processing Interface
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Unit, you can display an information page from the You can transfer individual files, such as access
Processing Unit. This page displays all settings for files, to the Processing Unit using the serial inter-
the network connection, software and hardware face.
version, etc.
Navigation
Navigation
Main menu 5 Default, NewConfig. of Sensor
Main menu 4 Info Page Units, File Transfer 3 Serial File Transfer (ZMo-
dem)
Parameter Explanation
Parameter Explanation
4 Info Page The CMC Info Page provides a
complete overview of the con- 1 Send File to Start (Yes) or do not start (No)
figuration of the Processing CMC the Zmodem using the and
Unit. arrow keys.

You will now be requested to specify the path for the


7.3.24 Resetting All Settings in the Main file to be transferred. To do this, click "Find" and
Menu search for the file.
You can reset all your sensor settings. Passwords Select Zmodem as protocol and click "Send". Once
and network settings are not reset. the file has been transferred, press the Esc key to
return to the main menu and to save the setting.
Navigation
7.5 Saving Files Using the Serial In-
Main menu 5 Default, NewConfig. of Sensor terface
Units, File Transfer
You can save individual files from the Processing
Parameter Explanation Unit on your PC.
1 Set General Activate (Yes) or deactivate
Configuration (No) the sensor settings using Navigation
to Default the and arrow keys.
Main menu 5 Default, NewConfig. of Sensor
Units, File Transfer 3 Serial File Transfer (ZMo-
dem)
7.3.25 Manual Search for Sensors Parameter Explanation
Under some circumstances, the sensors for the
Processing Unit are not detected immediately. In 2 Receive File Enter the name of the file that
this case, you can activate the manual search for from CMC you want to save from the
the sensors. Processing Unit on your com-
puter.
Navigation
Now use the find icon to select a target folder for the
Main menu 5 Default, NewConfig. of Sensor file to be saved.
Units, File Transfer Enter Zmodem as receive protocol and click "Re-
ceive" to confirm your input.
Parameter Explanation
2 Sensor Unit Activate (Yes) or deactivate
Detection (No) the sensor detection using 7.6 Access Using a Browser
the and arrow keys. Open your Web browser as usual. Enter the IP ad-
dress of the Processing Unit in the address field and
start to build the page.

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7.6.1 Login 7.6.3 Main settings
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1 1
2 2
3 3
4
5
6
Fig. 22 Login window 7
Key 8
1 User name Fig. 24 Main settings
2 Password
Key
3 Login or Clear button
1 General
Enter in the login window the http user name and You can use this link to make the same settings as
the http password of the Processing Unit. for the HyperTerminal in the General menu.
Factory setting: 2 Timer function (see 7.6.4 Configuring the Scheduler)
User name: admin 3 SMS unit (see 7.6.5 Configuring the GMS Unit
Password: admin 4 eMail (SMTP)
To confirm the input, click the Login button. To clear 5 Event Logging (see 7.6.8 Calling the Log File
the input, click the Clear button. 6 Administration (appears only when you have logged
on as "Admin")
7.6.2 Main Page View 7 Logged in as logged in user
1 2 8 Logout button
Click the Logout button to return to the login window
(see 7.6.1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Fig. 23 Main page overview
Key
1 Address bar
2 Status window
As shown above
3 IP address of the Processing Unit
4 Link to the main page view
5 Setup link
6 Alarm and event logging link
7 Administration link
8 User name
9 User logout

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Login)
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7.6.4 Configuring the Scheduler
You can program up to eight timers.
1. Specify whether the timer is to be active or inac-
tive.
2. Now select the day or days when the timer is to
be active.
3. Now specify the time window (format: hh:mm).
4. Now specify what the timer should perform dur-
ing this time.

7.6.5 Configuring the GMS Unit


1
2

3
4

Fig. 25 Setup for SMS unit

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Key 7.6.7 Configuring the Sending of E-Mails
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Enter here the PIN for your GSM card.
alarm recipient using Hyperterminal, you can do this
2 Service Centre GSM here now. Proceed as follows.
Set the Service Centre number. This number varies
depending on the mobile telephone provider. Ob- 1
serve the notation (e.g. +491710760000).
2
3 Unit Messages
3
Set whether for a unit error, for example, timeout or
configuration change, an SMS should be sent. 4
4 Enter the target call numbers (max. four target call 5
numbers) (e.g. +4927725051234). 6
5 Accept or Reset button
7
Accept or reset the settings. 8
Fig. 27 Setup for sending e-mails
7.6.6 Configuring the ISDN Unit

Key
1 1 IP SMTP Server
2 Enter here the IP address of the SMTP server.
3 2 SMTP Authent.
If your SMTP server requires a user name and
4
password for the authentication, click "Yes".
5
3 Username Server
Enter the user name for the authentication.
4 Password Server
Enter the password of the user name for the au-
thentication and repeat the input in the "Retype"
6 field.
5 Sender Name
Enter a sender name. This name is then used as
Fig. 26 Setup for ISDN unit sender in the alarm mail.
Key 6 Reply to
1 ISDN MSN If a reply is to be sent for the alarm mail, you can
Enter here the MSN number of the ISDN connec- specify the mail address for the recipient to which
tion. The MSN number must be entered as follows: the response mail is to be forwarded.
+49/2772/123456 7 Unit Messages
2 ISDN Pre Dial If the individual units display an error message
If the ISDN unit is to be connected to a telephone (configuration change, timeout), you can send this
system, you must enter the number used to obtain alarm as an e-mail. To do this, click "Yes".
an external line, for example, "0". 8 E-Mail Address 1-4
3 ISDN Command Enter here up to four different e-mail addresses.
Specify the SMS command so that SMS can be sent To accept and save the settings, click the "Accept" button.
over the fixed-line network (e.g. the following com-
mand must be entered for T-Com: "8888 AN-
MELD").
4 Unit Messages 7.6.8 Calling the Log File
Set whether for a unit error, for example, timeout or Two different types of logging are performed. Firstly,
configuration change, an SMS should be sent. the "Alarm Log". This log shows all alarms.
5 Phone Number 1 - 4
Enter here the target call numbers to receive an
SMS when an alarm is issued; these numbers are
entered in the following format: +492772123456.
6 Accept or Reset button
Accept or reset the settings.

Fig. 28 Alarm log


Secondly, the "Event Log". This log shows which
user logged on and off at what time. The log also
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shows when an update was performed and when
files were uploaded or downloaded. EN

Fig. 29 Event log


Up to 100 messages are recorded. If the storage
area is full with 100 messages and a new message
is received, the oldest message will be deleted.

7.6.9 Administration
Login as administrator on the login page (see 7.6.1

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Login). Read/Write: User has read and write rights. The
EN user has access to the unit, and can read and
1 change the settings.
2 9 Event Logs:
3 No Access: The user does not have any access to
the Event Logging page.
4 Own events: If a user only has access to one or
5 more units, the user will see only the Event Log-
6 gings of the units assigned to the user.
7 All events: The logged in user is permitted to view
8 all Event Loggings.
9 10 Timeout:
10 If a user does not make any activity in the browser
11 window for an extended period of time, the user will
12 be logged off from the system after a set time.
11 Login Status:
Fig. 30 User administration If you are logged in as administrator, you can logoff
Key logged in users.
1 Page title 12 Accept/Reset Button:
Accept button: Accept settings.
2 User page:
Reset button: Settings are not accepted.
Up to sixteen different users or user groups can be
created (max. 20 characters; special characters are
not permitted).
Note!
3 Username: If you are logged in as user, you can only
Enter the user name or group name. Maximum
change your password in the Administra-
character length: 20 characters (special characters
are not permitted).
tion window.
4 Password:
The password may contain a maximum of 20 char- Logged in users can only change their own pass-
acters (special characters are not permitted).
word.
5 Unit 1 6:
The access rights for the individual units are speci- 7.7 Configuring the Sensors
fied per user or user group.
No Access: The user does not have any access to
You can make various settings for each sensor. The
the unit. CMC-TC PU has four connections to each of which
Read: User only has read rights. Settings cannot a sensor unit (I/O unit, Access unit, etc.) can be
be changed. connected.
Read/Write: User has read and write rights. User
has access to the unit; the user can read and Navigation
change the settings but not switch the unit 1 4.
Read/Write/Switch: User has read, write and Main menu
switching rights. Connected socket strips, and digi-
The sensor overview window appears:
tal and analogue inputs/outputs can be operated by
the user.
6 General Setup: 7.7.1 General Overview (Status Window)
No Access: The user does not have any access to
the unit. 3 2
Read: User only has read rights. Settings cannot
be changed.
Read/Write: User has read and write rights. The
user has access to the unit, and can read and 1
change the settings.
7 Timer Functions: 4
No Access: The user does not have any access to
the unit.
Read: User only has read rights. Settings cannot
be changed.
Read/Write: User has read and write rights. The 5
user has access to the unit, and can read and
change the settings. Fig. 31 Sensors overview
8 SMS Setup: Key
No Access: The user does not have any access to
the unit. 1 Connection number and sensor name
Read: User only has read rights. Settings cannot 2 Link for configuring the sensor, see 7.7.2
be changed. 3 Status display of the sensor
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4 Warning and alarm status of the sensor 13 You can enter up to four e-mail addresses that you
green: no warning/alarm entered previously at Setup eMail (SMTP); each EN
yellow: warning number is separated with the ampersand character
red: alarm (malfunction) "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
5 Acknowledge events 15 Reset all settings to their default values.
Click the Clear button to acknowledge timeouts, 14 Accept all changes.
configuration changes or the updating of all con-
nected sensors. This causes the CMC-TC PU to be
queried again and the Web page rebuilt. 7.7.3 Configuring the Temperature Sen-
sor
7.7.2 General Overview (Sensor Configu- You configure the temperature sensor
ration) (DK 7320.500) as follows:
You can individually set the attached sensors. Be- Navigation
cause the structure of the configuration overview is
generally always identical, it is shown here as an Main menu Setup Click the sensor name
example.
Parameter Explanation
To reach this page, click the tool icon next to the
sensor name or click the sensor name directly. 1n Connection number of the sen-
sor.
1
Type Sensor type. Will be detected
2 automatically.
3
4
5 Sensor Status Measured temperature and
6
7 sensor status. Green = OK,
8 yellow = warning, red = alarm.
9
10
11 Message Text The message text which is also
12
13 transferred when a warn-
14 15
ing/alarm message is sent.
Enter here a designation that
Fig. 32 Configuring the sensor overview
uniquely identifies your sensor,
e.g. "Temperature sensor rack
Key 1".
1 Connected sensor type
Setpoint High Temperature limit which when
2 Current status of the connected sensor
overshot causes an alarm mes-
3 This message text will also be transferred when a sage to be issued.
warning/alarm message is sent and serves as in-
formation for the recipient of the message to identify Setpoint Warn- Temperature limit which when
the sensor. You can delete the specified text and ing overshot causes a warning
add your own message text (e.g. TempSensor- message to be issued.
Rack1).
7 You can set for each sensor whether (enable) or not Setpoint Low Temperature limit which when
(disable) the alarm relay is to be switched for an undershot causes an alarm
alarm. message to be issued.
8 You can set for each sensor whether (enable) or not Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis-
(disable) the integrated alarm beeper is to be acti-
vated for an alarm.
able) an alarm relay should
switch in the event of a warn-
9 You can set for each sensor type whether after a
ing/alarm.
warning or alarm status the CMC-TC PU should
self-acknowledge (auto) or the administrator must Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis-
acknowledge manually (manual). able) an audio signal should be
10 By clicking the individual option fields you can de- issued in the event of a warn-
termine to which of the entered trap-receivers the ing/alarm.
traps for this sensor are to be sent.
11 By clicking the individual option fields you can set Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be
which alarm configuration is to be enabled or dis- acknowledged automatically
abled. You can specify the individual functions in the (Auto) or does it need to be
"Setup Timer" menu item and assign the associ- acknowledged by the operator
ated scheduler. (Manual).
12 You can enter up to four mobile wireless numbers
that you entered previously at Setup SMS-Unit; Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered
each number is separated with the ampersand trap receivers is to be sent war-
character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). ning/alarm messages. Enter the
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the trap receivers at 7.3.2 Setpoint Low Humidity limit which when un-
EN Configuring the Trap Receiver. dershot causes an alarm mes-
Scheduled Specify which alarm configura- sage to be issued.
Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis- Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis-
abled. The individual functions able) an alarm relay should
can be setup from the "Setup switch in the event of a warn-
Timer" menu item. ing/alarm.
Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis-
wireless numbers that you en- able) an audio signal should be
tered previously at Setup issued in the event of a warn-
SMS-Unit; each number is ing/alarm.
separated with the ampersand
character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be
acknowledged automatically
Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail (Auto) or does it need to be
addresses that you entered acknowledged by the operator
previously at Setup eMail (Manual).
(SMTP); each number is sepa-
rated with the ampersand char- Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered
acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). trap receivers is to be sent war-
ning/alarm messages. Enter the
Accept Accept the changes. trap receivers at 7.3.2
Reset Reset all settings to their de- Configuring the Trap Receiver.
fault values; any changes are Scheduled Specify which alarm configura-
not accepted. Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis-
abled. The individual functions
can be setup from the "Setup
Timer" menu item.
7.7.4 Configuring the Humidity Sensor
You configure the humidity sensor (DK 7320.510) as Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile
follows. The humidity is specified as relative humid- wireless numbers that you en-
ity (% rH). tered previously at Setup
SMS-Unit; each number is
Navigation separated with the ampersand
character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
Main menu Setup Click the sensor name
Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail
Parameter Explanation addresses that you entered
1n Connection number of the sen- previously at Setup eMail
sor. (SMTP); each number is sepa-
rated with the ampersand char-
Type Sensor type. Will be detected acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
automatically.
Accept Accept the changes.
Sensor Status Measured humidity and sensor
status. Green = OK, yellow = Reset Reset all settings to their de-
warning, red = alarm. fault values; any changes are
not accepted.
Message Text The message text which is also
transferred when a warn-
ing/alarm message is sent.
Enter here a designation that 7.7.5 Configuring the Analogue Sensor
uniquely identifies your sensor, Input Module
e.g. "Humidity sensor rack 1". You configure the analogue sensor input module
Setpoint High Humidity limit which when over- (DK 7320.520) as follows. The individual values are
shot causes an alarm message specified as percentage.
to be issued.
Navigation
Setpoint Warn- Humidity limit which when over-
ing shot causes a warning mes- Main menu Setup Click the sensor name
sage to be issued. Parameter Explanation

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1n Connection number of the sen- previously at Setup eMail
sor. (SMTP); each number is sepa- EN
rated with the ampersand char-
Type Sensor type. Will be detected acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
automatically.
Accept Accept the changes.
Sensor Status Measured input current (as
percentage) and sensor status. Reset Reset all settings to their de-
Green = OK, yellow = warning, fault values; any changes are
red = alarm. not accepted.

Message Text The message text which is also


transferred when a warn-
ing/alarm message is sent. 7.7.6 Configuring the Access Sensor
Enter here a designation that You configure the access sensor (DK 7320.530) as
uniquely identifies your sensor, follows.
e.g. "Analogue sensor rack 1".
Navigation
Setpoint High Input current limit which when
overshot causes an alarm mes- Main menu Setup Click the sensor name
sage to be issued.
Parameter Explanation
Setpoint Warn- Input current limit which when
ing overshot causes a warning 1n Connection number of the sen-
message to be issued. sor.

Setpoint Low Input current limit which when Type Sensor type. Will be detected
undershot causes an alarm automatically.
message to be issued. Sensor Status Access sensor status; green =
Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis- OK, red = alarm.
able) an alarm relay should Message Text The message text which is also
switch in the event of a warn- transferred when a warn-
ing/alarm. ing/alarm message is sent.
Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis- Enter here a designation that
able) an audio signal should be uniquely identifies your sensor,
issued in the event of a warn- e.g. "Access sensor rack 1".
ing/alarm. Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis-
Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be able) an alarm relay should
acknowledged automatically switch in the event of a warn-
(Auto) or does it need to be ing/alarm.
acknowledged by the operator Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis-
(Manual). able) an audio signal should be
Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered issued in the event of a warn-
trap receivers is to be sent war- ing/alarm.
ning/alarm messages. Enter the Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be
trap receivers at 7.3.2 acknowledged automatically
Configuring the Trap Receiver. (Auto) or does it need to be
Scheduled Specify which alarm configura- acknowledged by the operator
Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis- (Manual).
abled. The individual functions Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered
can be setup from the "Setup trap receivers is to be sent war-
Timer" menu item. ning/alarm messages. Enter the
Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile trap receivers at 7.3.2
wireless numbers that you en- Configuring the Trap Receiver.
tered previously at Setup Scheduled Specify which alarm configura-
SMS-Unit; each number is Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis-
separated with the ampersand abled. The individual functions
character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). can be setup from the "Setup
Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail Timer" menu item.
addresses that you entered
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Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis-
EN wireless numbers that you en- able) an audio signal should be
tered previously at Setup issued in the event of a warn-
SMS-Unit; each number is ing/alarm.
separated with the ampersand
character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be
acknowledged automatically
Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail (Auto) or does it need to be
addresses that you entered acknowledged by the operator
previously at Setup eMail (Manual).
(SMTP); each number is sepa-
rated with the ampersand char- Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered
acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). trap receivers is to be sent war-
ning/alarm messages. Enter the
Accept Accept the changes. trap receivers at 7.3.2
Configuring the Trap Receiver.
Reset Reset all settings to their de-
fault values; any changes are Scheduled Specify which alarm configura-
not accepted. Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis-
abled. The individual functions
can be setup from the "Setup
Timer" menu item.
7.7.7 Configuring the Vandalism Sensor
Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile
You configure the vandalism sensor (DK 7320.540)
wireless numbers that you en-
as follows. The individual values are specified as
tered previously at Setup
pulses.
SMS-Unit; each number is
Navigation separated with the ampersand
character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
Main menu Setup Click the sensor name
Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail
Parameter Explanation addresses that you entered
previously at Setup eMail
1n Connection number of the sen-
(SMTP); each number is sepa-
sor.
rated with the ampersand char-
Type Sensor type. Will be detected acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
automatically.
Accept Accept the changes.
Sensor Status Measured pulses and sensor
Reset Reset all settings to their de-
status. Green = OK, yellow =
fault values; any changes are
warning, red = alarm.
not accepted.
Message Text The message text which is also
transferred when a warn-
ing/alarm message is sent.
Enter here a designation that 7.7.8 Configuring the Air Flow Sensor
uniquely identifies your sensor, You configure the air flow sensor (DK 7320.550) as
e.g. "Vandalism sensor rack 1". follows. Only the status of the sensor is specified.
Setpoint High Pulse limit which when overshot Navigation
causes an alarm message to be
issued. Main menu Setup Click the sensor name

Setpoint Warn- Pulse limit which when overshot Parameter Explanation


ing causes a warning message to 1n Connection number of the sen-
be issued. sor.
Setpoint Low Pulse limit which when under- Type Sensor type. Will be detected
shot causes an alarm message automatically.
to be issued.
Sensor Status Air flow status and sensor sta-
Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis- tus. Green = OK, yellow =
able) an alarm relay should warning, red = alarm.
switch in the event of a warn-
ing/alarm. Message Text The message text which is also
transferred when a warn-
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ing/alarm message is sent.
Enter here a designation that EN
uniquely identifies your sensor, Type Sensor type. Will be detected
e.g. "Air flow status rack 1". automatically.

Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis- Sensor Status Smoke detector status and
able) an alarm relay should sensor status. Green = OK,
switch in the event of a warn- yellow = warning, red = alarm.
ing/alarm. Message Text The message text which is also
Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis- transferred when a warn-
able) an audio signal should be ing/alarm message is sent.
issued in the event of a warn- Enter here a designation that
ing/alarm. uniquely identifies your sensor,
e.g. "Smoke detector rack 1".
Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be
acknowledged automatically Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis-
(Auto) or does it need to be able) an alarm relay should
acknowledged by the operator switch in the event of a warn-
(Manual). ing/alarm.

Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis-
trap receivers is to be sent war- able) an audio signal should be
ning/alarm messages. Enter the issued in the event of a warn-
trap receivers at 7.3.2 ing/alarm.
Configuring the Trap Receiver. Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be
Scheduled Specify which alarm configura- acknowledged automatically
Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis- (Auto) or does it need to be
abled. The individual functions acknowledged by the operator
can be setup from the "Setup (Manual).
Timer" menu item. Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered
Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile trap receivers is to be sent war-
wireless numbers that you en- ning/alarm messages. Enter the
tered previously at Setup trap receivers at 7.3.2
SMS-Unit; each number is Configuring the Trap Receiver.
separated with the ampersand Scheduled Specify which alarm configura-
character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis-
Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail abled. The individual functions
addresses that you entered can be setup from the "Setup
previously at Setup eMail Timer" menu item.
(SMTP); each number is sepa- Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile
rated with the ampersand char- wireless numbers that you en-
acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). tered previously at Setup
Accept Accept the changes. SMS-Unit; each number is
separated with the ampersand
Reset Reset all settings to their de- character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
fault values; any changes are
not accepted. Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail
addresses that you entered
previously at Setup eMail
(SMTP); each number is sepa-
7.7.9 Configuring the Smoke Detector rated with the ampersand char-
acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
You configure the smoke detector (DK 7320.560) as
follows. Only the status of the sensor is specified. Accept Accept the changes.
Navigation Reset Reset all settings to their de-
fault values; any changes are
Main menu Setup Click the sensor name not accepted.
Parameter Explanation
1n Connection number of the sen-

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7.7.10 Configuring the Motion Detector acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
EN You configure the motion detector (DK 7320.570) as Accept Accept the changes.
follows. Only the status of the sensor is specified.
Reset Reset all settings to their de-
Navigation fault values; any changes are
not accepted.
Main menu Setup Click the sensor name
Parameter Explanation
1n Connection number of the sen- 7.7.11 Configuring the Digital Input
sor. Module
Type Sensor type. Will be detected You configure the digital input module (DK
automatically. 7320.580) as follows. Only the status of the sensor
is specified.
Sensor Status Motion detector status and
sensor status. Green = OK, Navigation
yellow = warning, red = alarm.
Main menu Setup Click the sensor name
Message Text The message text which is also
transferred when a warn- Parameter Explanation
ing/alarm message is sent. 1n Connection number of the sen-
Enter here a designation that sor.
uniquely identifies your sensor,
e.g. "Motion detector rack 1". Type Sensor type. Will be detected
automatically.
Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis-
able) an alarm relay should Sensor Status Input status and sensor status.
switch in the event of a warn- Green = OK, red = alarm.
ing/alarm.
Message Text The message text which is also
Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis- transferred when a warn-
able) an audio signal should be ing/alarm message is sent.
issued in the event of a warn- Enter here a designation that
ing/alarm. uniquely identifies your sensor,
e.g. "Digital input module rack
Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be 1".
acknowledged automatically
(Auto) or does it need to be Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis-
acknowledged by the operator able) an alarm relay should
(Manual). switch in the event of a warn-
ing/alarm.
Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered
trap receivers is to be sent war- Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis-
ning/alarm messages. Enter the able) an audio signal should be
trap receivers at 7.3.2 issued in the event of a warn-
Configuring the Trap Receiver. ing/alarm.
Scheduled Specify which alarm configura- Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be
Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis- acknowledged automatically
abled. The individual functions (Auto) or does it need to be
can be setup from the "Setup acknowledged by the operator
Timer" menu item. (Manual).
Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered
wireless numbers that you en- trap receivers is to be sent war-
tered previously at Setup ning/alarm messages. Enter the
SMS-Unit; each number is trap receivers at 7.3.2
separated with the ampersand Configuring the Trap Receiver.
character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
Scheduled Specify which alarm configura-
Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis-
addresses that you entered abled. The individual functions
previously at Setup eMail can be setup from the "Setup
(SMTP); each number is sepa- Timer" menu item.
rated with the ampersand char-
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Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile trap receivers is to be sent war-
wireless numbers that you en- ning/alarm messages. Enter the EN
tered previously at Setup trap receivers at 7.3.2
SMS-Unit; each number is Configuring the Trap Receiver.
separated with the ampersand Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile
character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). wireless numbers that you en-
Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail tered previously at Setup
addresses that you entered SMS-Unit; each number is
previously at Setup eMail separated with the ampersand
(SMTP); each number is sepa- character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
rated with the ampersand char- Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail
acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). addresses that you entered
Accept Accept the changes. previously at Setup eMail
(SMTP); each number is sepa-
Reset Reset all settings to their de- rated with the ampersand char-
fault values; any changes are acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
not accepted.
Combinations Configure the switching combi-
nations (see Section 7.7.13
Configuring Switching Combi-
7.7.12 Configuring the Digital Output Re- nations for the Digital Relay
lay Module Output Module).
You configure the digital output relay module (DK Switch Output Manually enable (On) or disable
7320.590) as follows. Only the status of the sensor (Off).
is specified.
Accept Accept the changes.
Navigation
Reset Reset all settings to their de-
Main menu Setup Click the sensor name fault values; any changes are
not accepted.
Parameter Explanation
1n Connection number of the sen-
sor. 7.7.13 Configuring Switching Combina-
Type Sensor type. Will be detected tions for the Digital Relay Output
automatically. Module
Output Status Relay output status; enabled = You configure the switching combination for the
on, disabled = off. digital relay output module (DK 7320.590) as fol-
lows. Various switching combinations can be set.
Message Text The message text which is also
transferred when a warn- Navigation
ing/alarm message is sent.
Enter here a designation that Main menu Setup Click the sensor name
uniquely identifies your sensor, Switching combinations
e.g. "Digital output module rack Parameter Explanation
1".
If status of Select the first sensor for the
Delay Delay time for next switch on or switching combination.
off. 0 s = no release time; 999 s
= 999 seconds release time. is Select the first sensor status for
a switching operation.
Timeout Configure the switching status
after expiration of the delay; and/or Select an "and" or "or" opera-
stay = return to the original tion.
status after expiration of the status of Select the second sensor for
time; switch off = the output is the switching combination.
switched off after expiration of
the time; switch on = the relay is Select the second sensor status
is switched on after expiration for a switching operation.
of the time.
Then.....output Select the switching status
Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered when the switching combination
trap receivers is to be sent war-
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is satisfied. switch off = disable
EN relay output; switch on = enable
relay output.
Accept Accept the changes.
Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail
Reset Reset all settings to their de- addresses that you entered
fault values; any changes are previously at Setup eMail
not accepted. (SMTP); each number is sepa-
rated with the ampersand char-
acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
7.7.14 Configuring the Voltage Monitor Accept Accept the changes.
You configure the voltage monitor (DK 7320.600) as
Reset Reset all settings to their de-
follows. Only the status of the sensor is specified.
fault values; any changes are
Navigation not accepted.

Main menu Setup Click the sensor name


Parameter Explanation 7.7.15 Configuring the Voltage Monitor-
1n Connection number of the sen- ing for the Voltage Monitor with
sor. IEC Switch Output
Type Sensor type. Will be detected You configure the voltage monitor with IEC switch
automatically. output (DK 7320.610) as follows. The individual
values are specified in volts.
Sensor Status Input status and sensor status.
Green = OK, red = alarm. Navigation

Message Text The message text which is also Main menu Setup Click the sensor name
transferred when a warn-
ing/alarm message is sent. Parameter Explanation
Enter here a designation that 1n Connection number of the sen-
uniquely identifies your sensor, sor.
e.g. "Voltage monitor rack 1".
Type Sensor type. Will be detected
Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis- automatically.
able) an alarm relay should
switch in the event of a warn- Sensor Status Measured voltage and sensor
ing/alarm. status. Green = OK, yellow =
warning, red = alarm.
Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis-
able) an audio signal should be Message Text The message text which is also
issued in the event of a warn- transferred when a warn-
ing/alarm. ing/alarm message is sent.
Enter here a designation that
Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be uniquely identifies your sensor,
acknowledged automatically e.g. "Voltage monitor rack 1".
(Auto) or does it need to be
acknowledged by the operator Setpoint High Voltage limit which when over-
(Manual). shot causes an alarm message
to be issued.
Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered
trap receivers is to be sent war- Setpoint Warn- Voltage limit which when over-
ning/alarm messages. Enter the ing shot causes a warning mes-
trap receivers at 7.3.2 sage to be issued.
Configuring the Trap Receiver. Setpoint Low Voltage limit which when un-
Scheduled Specify which alarm configura- dershot causes an alarm mes-
Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis- sage to be issued.
abled. The individual functions Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis-
can be setup from the "Setup able) an alarm relay should
Timer" menu item. switch in the event of a warn-
Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile ing/alarm.
wireless numbers that you en-
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Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis- Message Text The message text which is also
able) an audio signal should be transferred when a warn-
EN
issued in the event of a warn- ing/alarm message is sent.
ing/alarm. Enter here a designation that
uniquely identifies your sensor,
Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be e.g. "Voltage rack 1".
acknowledged automatically
(Auto) or does it need to be Delay Delay time for next switch on or
acknowledged by the operator off. 0 s = no release time; 999 s
(Manual). = 999 seconds release time.
Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered Timeout Configure the switching status
trap receivers is to be sent war- after expiration of the delay;
ning/alarm messages. Enter the stay = return to the original
trap receivers at 7.3.2 status after expiration of the
Configuring the Trap Receiver. time; switch off = the output is
switched off after expiration of
Scheduled Specify which alarm configura- the time; switch on = the relay
Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis- is switched on after expiration
abled. The individual functions of the time.
can be setup from the "Setup
Timer" menu item. Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered
trap receivers is to be sent war-
Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile ning/alarm messages. Enter the
wireless numbers that you en- trap receivers at 7.3.2
tered previously at Setup Configuring the Trap Receiver.
SMS-Unit; each number is
separated with the ampersand Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile
character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). wireless numbers that you en-
tered previously at Setup
Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail SMS-Unit; each number is
addresses that you entered separated with the ampersand
previously at Setup eMail character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
(SMTP); each number is sepa-
rated with the ampersand char- Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail
acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). addresses that you entered
previously at Setup eMail
Accept Accept the changes. (SMTP); each number is sepa-
Reset Reset all settings to their de- rated with the ampersand char-
fault values; any changes are acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
not accepted. Combinations Configure the switching combi-
nations (see Section 7.7.13
Configuring Switching Combi-
7.7.16 Configuring the Switch Output for nations for the Digital Relay
Output Module).
the Voltage Monitor with IEC
Switch Output Switch Output Manually enable (On) or disable
(Off).
You configure the switch output of the voltage moni-
tor with IEC switch output (DK 7320.610) as follows. Accept Accept the changes.
Only the status of the sensor is specified.
Reset Reset all settings to their de-
Navigation fault values; any changes are
not accepted.
Main menu Setup Click the sensor name
Parameter Explanation
1n Connection number of the sen- 7.7.17 Configuring the Switching Com-
sor. binations for the Voltage Monitor
Type Sensor type. Will be detected with IEC Switch Output
automatically. You configure the switching combination for the
voltage monitor with IEC switch output (DK
Output Status Relay output status; enabled = 7320.610) as follows. Various switching combina-
on, disabled = off. tions can be set.
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Setpoint High Voltage limit which when over-
EN shot causes an alarm message
Navigation
to be issued.
Main menu Setup Click the sensor name
Switching combinations Setpoint Warn- Voltage limit which when over-
ing shot causes a warning mes-
Parameter Explanation sage to be issued.
If status of Select the first sensor for the Setpoint Low Voltage limit which when un-
switching combination. dershot causes an alarm mes-
sage to be issued.
is Select the first sensor status for
a switching operation. Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis-
able) an alarm relay should
and/or Select an "and" or "or" opera- switch in the event of a warn-
tion. ing/alarm.
status of Select the second sensor for Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis-
the switching combination. able) an audio signal should be
is Select the second sensor status issued in the event of a warn-
for a switching operation. ing/alarm.

Then.....output Select the switching status Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be


when the switching combination acknowledged automatically
is satisfied. switch off = disable (Auto) or does it need to be
switch output; switch on = en- acknowledged by the operator
able switch output. (Manual).

Accept Accept the changes. Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered
trap receivers is to be sent war-
Reset Reset all settings to their de- ning/alarm messages. Enter the
fault values; any changes are trap receivers at 7.3.2
not accepted. Configuring the Trap Receiver.
Scheduled Specify which alarm configura-
Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis-
7.7.18 Configuring the Voltage Monitor- abled. The individual functions
ing for the Voltage Monitor with can be setup from the "Setup
16 A Switch Output Timer" menu item.
You configure the voltage monitor with 16 A switch Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile
output (DK 7320.611) as follows. The individual wireless numbers that you en-
values are specified in volts. tered previously at Setup
SMS-Unit; each number is
Navigation separated with the ampersand
Main menu Setup Click the sensor name character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail
Parameter Explanation
addresses that you entered
1n Connection number of the sen- previously at Setup eMail
sor. (SMTP); each number is sepa-
rated with the ampersand char-
Type Sensor type. Will be detected acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
automatically.
Accept Accept the changes.
Sensor Status Measured voltage and sensor
status. Green = OK, yellow = Reset Reset all settings to their de-
warning, red = alarm. fault values; any changes are
not accepted.
Message Text The message text which is also
transferred when a warn-
ing/alarm message is sent.
Enter here a designation that
uniquely identifies your sensor,
e.g. "Voltage monitor rack 1".

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7.7.19 Configuring the Switch Output for nations for the Digital Relay
the Voltage Monitor with 16 A Output Module). EN
Switch Output Switch Output Manually enable (On) or disable
You configure the switch output of the voltage moni- (Off).
tor with 16 A switch output (DK 7320.611) as fol- Accept Accept the changes.
lows. Only the status of the sensor is specified.
Reset Reset all settings to their de-
Navigation fault values; any changes are
Main menu Setup Click the sensor name not accepted.

Parameter Explanation
1n Connection number of the sen- 7.7.20 Configuring the Switching Com-
sor. binations for the Voltage Monitor
Type Sensor type. Will be detected with 16 A Switch Output
automatically. You configure the switching combination for the
Output Status Relay output status; enabled = voltage monitor with 16 A switch output (DK
on, disabled = off. 7320.611) as follows. Various switching combina-
tions can be set.
Message Text The message text which is also
transferred when a warn- Navigation
ing/alarm message is sent. Main menu Setup Click the sensor name
Enter here a designation that Switching combinations
uniquely identifies your sensor,
e.g. "Voltage monitor rack 1". Parameter Explanation
Delay Delay time for next switch on or If status of Select the first sensor for the
off. 0 s = no release time; 999 s switching combination.
= 999 seconds release time.
is Select the first sensor status for
Timeout Configure the switching status a switching operation.
after expiration of the delay;
and/or Select an "and" or "or" opera-
stay = return to the original
tion.
status after expiration of the
time; switch off = the output is status of Select the second sensor for
switched off after expiration of the switching combination.
the time; switch on = the relay
is switched on after expiration is Select the second sensor status
of the time. for a switching operation.

Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered Then.....output Select the switching status
trap receivers is to be sent war- when the switching combination
ning/alarm messages. Enter the is satisfied. switch off = disable
trap receivers at 7.3.2 switch output; switch on = en-
Configuring the Trap Receiver. able switch output.

Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile Accept Accept the changes.
wireless numbers that you en- Reset Reset all settings to their de-
tered previously at Setup fault values; any changes are
SMS-Unit; each number is not accepted.
separated with the ampersand
character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail
addresses that you entered
7.7.21 Configuring the 48 V Voltage
previously at Setup eMail Monitor
(SMTP); each number is sepa- You configure the 48 V voltage monitor (DK
rated with the ampersand char- 7320.620) as follows. Only the status of the sensor
acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). is specified.
Combinations Configure the switching combi- Navigation
nations (see Section 7.7.13
Configuring Switching Combi- Main menu Setup Click the sensor name
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Parameter Explanation
EN
1n Connection number of the sen- 7.7.22 Configuring the Leakage Sensor
sor.
You configure the leakage sensor (DK 7320.630) as
Type Sensor type. Will be detected follows. Only the status of the sensor is specified.
automatically.
Navigation
Sensor Status 48 V voltage monitor status and
sensor status. Green = OK, red Main menu Setup Click the sensor name
= alarm.
Parameter Explanation
Message Text The message text which is also
1n Connection number of the sen-
transferred when a warn-
sor.
ing/alarm message is sent.
Enter here a designation that Type Sensor type. Will be detected
uniquely identifies your sensor, automatically.
e.g. "48 V voltage monitor rack
1". Sensor Status Smoke detector status and
sensor status. Green = OK,
Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis- yellow = warning, red = alarm.
able) an alarm relay should
switch in the event of a warn- Message Text The message text which is also
ing/alarm. transferred when a warn-
ing/alarm message is sent.
Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis- Enter here a designation that
able) an audio signal should be uniquely identifies your sensor,
issued in the event of a warn- e.g. "Leakage sensor rack 1".
ing/alarm.
Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis-
Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be able) an alarm relay should
acknowledged automatically switch in the event of a warn-
(Auto) or does it need to be ing/alarm.
acknowledged by the operator
(Manual). Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis-
able) an audio signal should be
Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered issued in the event of a warn-
trap receivers is to be sent war- ing/alarm.
ning/alarm messages. Enter the
trap receivers at 7.3.2 Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be
Configuring the Trap Receiver. acknowledged automatically
(Auto) or does it need to be
Scheduled Specify which alarm configura- acknowledged by the operator
Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis- (Manual).
abled. The individual functions
can be setup from the "Setup Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered
Timer" menu item. trap receivers is to be sent war-
ning/alarm messages. Enter the
Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile trap receivers at 7.3.2
wireless numbers that you en- Configuring the Trap Receiver.
tered previously at Setup
SMS-Unit; each number is Scheduled Specify which alarm configura-
separated with the ampersand Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis-
character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). abled. The individual functions
can be setup from the "Setup
Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail Timer" menu item.
addresses that you entered
previously at Setup eMail Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile
(SMTP); each number is sepa- wireless numbers that you en-
rated with the ampersand char- tered previously at Setup
acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). SMS-Unit; each number is
separated with the ampersand
Accept Accept the changes. character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
Reset Reset all settings to their de- Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail
fault values; any changes are addresses that you entered
not accepted. previously at Setup eMail
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(SMTP); each number is sepa-
rated with the ampersand char- EN
acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered
trap receivers is to be sent war-
Accept Accept the changes. ning/alarm messages. Enter the
trap receivers at 7.3.2
Reset Reset all settings to their de- Configuring the Trap Receiver.
fault values; any changes are
not accepted. Scheduled Specify which alarm configura-
Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis-
abled. The individual functions
can be setup from the "Setup
7.7.23 Configuring the Acoustic Sensor Timer" menu item.
You configure the acoustic sensor (DK 7320.640) as
Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile
follows. Various limit values can be entered as per-
wireless numbers that you en-
centages.
tered previously at Setup
Navigation SMS-Unit; each number is
separated with the ampersand
Main menu Setup Click the sensor name character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
Parameter Explanation Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail
addresses that you entered
1n Connection number of the sen-
previously at Setup eMail
sor.
(SMTP); each number is sepa-
Type Sensor type. Will be detected rated with the ampersand char-
automatically. acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
Sensor Status Measured loudness (as per- Accept Accept the changes.
centage) and sensor status.
Reset Reset all settings to their de-
Green = OK, yellow = warning,
fault values; any changes are
red = alarm.
not accepted.
Message Text The message text which is also
transferred when a warn-
ing/alarm message is sent.
Enter here a designation that 7.7.24 Configuring the Fan Control Sys-
uniquely identifies your sensor, tem (FCS)
e.g. "Acoustic sensor rack 1". You configure the FCS (DK 7320.810) as follows:
Setpoint High Loudness limit (as percentage) Navigation
which when overshot causes an
alarm message to be issued. Main menu Setup Click the first sensor name
Setpoint Warn- Loudness limit (as percentage) Parameter Explanation
ing which when overshot causes a
warning message to be issued. 1...n Connection number of the sen-
sor.
Setpoint Low Loudness limit (as percentage)
which when undershot causes Type Sensor type. Will be detected
an alarm message to be issued. automatically.

Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis- Sensor Status Measured temperature and
able) an alarm relay should sensor status. Green = OK,
switch in the event of a warn- yellow = warning, red = alarm.
ing/alarm. Message Text The message text which is also
Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis- transferred when a warn-
able) an audio signal should be ing/alarm message is sent.
issued in the event of a warn- Enter here a designation that
ing/alarm. uniquely identifies your sensor,
e.g. "FCS temperature sensor
Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be rack 1".
acknowledged automatically
(Auto) or does it need to be Setpoint High Temperature limit which when
acknowledged by the operator overshot causes an alarm mes-
sage to be issued.
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Setpoint Warn- Temperature limit which when sor.
EN ing overshot causes a warning Type Sensor type. Will be detected
message to be issued. automatically.
Setpoint Low Temperature limit which when Sensor Status Sensor status. Green = OK, red
undershot causes an alarm = alarm.
message to be issued.
Message Text The message text which is also
Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis- transferred when a warn-
able) an alarm relay should ing/alarm message is sent.
switch in the event of a warn- Enter here a designation that
ing/alarm. uniquely identifies your sensor,
Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis- e.g. "FCS fan status rack 1".
able) an audio signal should be Accept Accept the changes.
issued in the event of a warn-
ing/alarm. Reset Reset all settings to their de-
fault values; any changes are
Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be not accepted.
acknowledged automatically
(Auto) or does it need to be
acknowledged by the operator Click tab 3 to continue the configuration.
(Manual).
Navigation
Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered
trap receivers is to be sent war- Main menu Setup Click the third sensor name
ning/alarm messages. Enter the
trap receivers at 7.3.2 Parameter Explanation
Configuring the Trap Receiver. 3...n Connection number of the sen-
Scheduled Specify which alarm configura- sor.
Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis- Type Sensor type. Will be detected
abled. The individual functions automatically.
can be setup from the "Setup
Timer" menu item. Fan Status Sensor status. Green = OK, red
= alarm, grey = fan not con-
Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile nected.
wireless numbers that you en-
tered previously at Setup Message Text The message text which is also
SMS-Unit; each number is transferred when a warn-
separated with the ampersand ing/alarm message is sent.
character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). Enter here a designation that
uniquely identifies your sensor,
Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail e.g. "FCS fan status rack 1".
addresses that you entered
previously at Setup eMail Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis-
(SMTP); each number is sepa- able) an alarm relay should
rated with the ampersand char- switch in the event of a warn-
acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). ing/alarm.

Accept Accept the changes. Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis-
able) an audio signal should be
Reset Reset all settings to their de- issued in the event of a warn-
fault values; any changes are ing/alarm.
not accepted.
Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be
acknowledged automatically
Click tab 2 to continue the configuration. (Auto) or does it need to be
acknowledged by the operator
Navigation (Manual).
Main menu Setup Click the second sensor Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered
name trap receivers is to be sent war-
Parameter Explanation ning/alarm messages. Enter the
trap receivers at 7.3.2
2...n Connection number of the sen- Configuring the Trap Receiver.
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Scheduled Specify which alarm configura- acknowledged by the operator
Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis- (Manual). EN
abled. The individual functions Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered
can be setup from the "Setup trap receivers is to be sent war-
Timer" menu item. ning/alarm messages. Enter the
Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile trap receivers at 7.3.2
wireless numbers that you en- Configuring the Trap Receiver.
tered previously at Setup Scheduled Specify which alarm configura-
SMS-Unit; each number is Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis-
separated with the ampersand abled. The individual functions
character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). can be setup from the "Setup
Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail Timer" menu item.
addresses that you entered Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile
previously at Setup eMail wireless numbers that you en-
(SMTP); each number is sepa- tered previously at Setup
rated with the ampersand char- SMS-Unit; each number is
acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). separated with the ampersand
Accept Accept the changes. character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).

Reset Reset all settings to their de- Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail
fault values; any changes are addresses that you entered
not accepted. previously at Setup eMail
(SMTP); each number is sepa-
rated with the ampersand char-
acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
7.7.25 Configuring the Fan Alarm Sys-
Accept Accept the changes.
tem (FAS)
You configure the FAS (DK 7320.811) as follows: Reset Reset all settings to their de-
fault values; any changes are
Navigation not accepted.
Main menu Setup Click the first sensor name
Parameter Explanation 7.8 Access Using Telnet
You can also configure the Processing Unit using
1...n Connection number of the sen-
Telnet. This requires that you have used the termi-
sor.
nal program to permit access using Telnet (see
Type Sensor type. Will be detected Section 7.3.16 Configuring Telnet Access).
automatically.
Sensor Status Sensor status. Green = OK, red 7.8.1 Login Using Telnet
= alarm. The following section describes the access using
Telnet under Windows.
Message Text The message text which is also
transferred when a warn- a. Open the input prompt and enter the command:
ing/alarm message is sent. telnet <IP-address>.
Enter here a designation that b. Confirm with Enter or Return.
uniquely identifies your sensor, c. Enter for Login the Telnet login (factory set-
e.g. "FAS fan status rack 1". ting: cmc). Confirm with Enter or Return.
Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis- d. Enter for Password the Telnet password (fac-
able) an alarm relay should tory setting: cmc). Confirm with Enter or Re-
switch in the event of a warn- turn.
ing/alarm.
Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis-
able) an audio signal should be 7.8.2 Telnet Main Menu
issued in the event of a warn- After the login by Telnet, the same main menu as for
ing/alarm. access using HyperTerminal appears. Because all
procedures are similar, refer to Chapter 7 Operation.
Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be
acknowledged automatically
(Auto) or does it need to be
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7.9 Perform a software update. 7.10 Error Messages
EN Download from the internet page www.rimatrix5.com Operating/Alarm LED off.
(Security) in the download area, the software update
to your PC. Unzip the file into a separate folder, for Cause Correction
example, with the name: puupdate. Power pack not con-
Note! nected. Connect power pack.
The update takes approximately 10 min- Power pack defec- Replace the defective
utes. tive. power pack with an op-
Also observe the guidelines for the update erational one.
provided for download with the update in
the internet. Voltage supply miss- Establish the voltage
ing. supply.
Warning!
The update must not be cancelled, PUII is booting. Wait several minutes until
because this can result in data loss. the LED illuminates.

Open the command prompt and navigate to the Link/Traffic LED off.
folder that contains the unzipped software up- Cause Correction
date.
Enter the following command: update <IP- Network connection Connect RJ-45 network
address> (e.g. update 192.168.0.130). missing. cable.
The PUII must be reachable in the network with the Incorrect IP address. Check the IP address.
specified IP address.
Incorrect subnet
mask. Check the subnet mask.
The file is now sent to the CMC-TC Processing Unit.
This is displayed with several #-characters in the Incorrect gateway Check the gateway ad-
command prompt window. address. dress.
The CMC-TC Processing Unit independently per-
forms a restart. This operation takes several min- No access authorisation via Telnet.
utes. Do not change anything on the CMC-TC. Do
not disconnect the Processing Unit from the mains. Cause Correction
Wait until the Operating LED illuminates again. Telnet access for Use the HyperTerminal to
the PUII blocked. activate the Telnet access.
Incorrect IP ad- Check the IP address.
dress entered.
Incorrect user Check the user name.
name entered.
Incorrect pass- Check the password.
word entered.

No access authorisation via browser.


Cause Correction
Incorrect user Check the user name.
name entered.
Incorrect pass- Check the password.
word entered.

No access authorisation via HyperTerminal.


Cause Correction
Incorrect user Check the user name.
name entered.

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Incorrect pass- Check the password. Sensor Sensors Outputs Messages
word entered. Unit
EN
I/O unit 4 4 4
No settings can be made from the browser. Access 8 6 4
Cause Correction Unit

Web access set From the Web Access menu FCS 3 1 3


only to read au- item use HyperTerminal or RTT 40 (4 per
thorisation. Telnet to set the access au- device)
thorisation.
RLCP 36 16 4
Active 12 (3 per 12 (3 per 12 (3 per
SNMP does not send.
PSM module) module) module)
Cause Correction
Climate 2 1 3
The entries for Use HyperTerminal or Telnet unit
the read and to compare the read and
Note that the number of possible sensors, outputs
write authorisa- write authorisation with the
and messages is stored in the associated MIB vari-
tion (read and management software.
ables.
write community)
are not set cor-
rectly. Sensors:
Trap receivers Check the trap receivers.
have not been
entered.

Note!
Sensor not detected or not displayed. The numbers in column 2 correspond to
Cause Correction the port numbers of the I/O Unit. The sen-
sors are assigned in accordance with their
Sensor not con- Perform a software update. physical connection. This table does not
tained in the show the outputs, refer to the next table.
software.
Sensor defective. Replace sensor. Outputs:
Sensor not con- Connect sensor.
nected.

7.11 Structure of the MIB of the Process- Note!


ing Unit The numbers in column 2 correspond to
the port numbers of the I/O Unit. The
Only the device-typical part of the MIB of the Proc-
shown outputs correspond to their physi-
essing Unit (CMC-TC.MIB) is briefly described here.
cal connection on the port.
This part of the MIB in particular must satisfy the
modular flexible system concept of the CMC-TC
system. For this reason, the associated information Messages:
that applies to the sensor units (I/O Unit, Access
Unit, Climate Unit) and the downstream sensors or
actuators is mainly shown in tables.
A table for the sensors, the outputs/actuators and
the messages is provided for each connectable Note!
Sensor Unit. It is possible to connect up to four sen- The numbers in column 2 correspond to
sor units to the Processing Unit. the port numbers of the I/O Unit. The
The number of table rows differs for each table type shown table entries correspond to the
and depends on the maximum number of available current status and the configuration set-
ports for the Sensor Unit. tings for the port.
Overview of the maximum table entries for each
sensor unit.
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Representation of the table and the sample table
EN entries of the Access Unit Notifications:
Sensors:

Note!
The numbers in column 2 correspond to
the port numbers of the Climate Unit. The
Note! shown table entries correspond to the
Column 2 indicates the door closing sys- current status and the configuration set-
tem 1 (port 1, 2, 3, 7) or 2 (port 4, 5, 6, 8) tings for the port.
in which the accessory components are
inserted.
Representation of the general setup table and
sample table entries
Outputs: Another table provides the general setup settings
shown below.

Note!
Column 2 indicates the physical connec-
tion of the port assignment.

Messages:
7.12 Active PSM (4-way)

7.12.1 Getting Acquainted with the Mod-


Note!
ule Connections
The shown table entries correspond to the
1
current status and the configuration set-
tings for the door closing system 1 or 2. 2
3

Representation of the table and the sample table


entries of the Climate Unit
Sensors: 4

5
6 7

Note!
The numbers in column 2 correspond to
the port numbers of the Climate Unit. The
sensors are assigned in accordance with
their physical connection. This table does
not show the outputs, refer to the next Fig. 33 Active PSM (4-way)
table. Key:
1 Fuse (10 A thermal circuit-breaker).
Outputs: 2 Display element (display of the actual current value).
3 LED circuit 2 (depending on the installation position
and the configuration, the LED illuminates).
4 Connection to the Processing Unit or to the previ-
ous module.
Note! 5 LED circuit 1 (depending on the installation position
Column 2 indicates the physical connec- and the configuration, the LED illuminates).
tion and the status of the port. 6 Pushbutton (used for configuring the module).
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Operation 7
7 Connection to the next module (up to four modules
LED display
can be cascaded).
green Everything OK.
EN
7.12.2 Display and Operating Elements LED display
2-digit 7-segment display, digit height 10 mm, col- red Limit value exceeded.
our: Red LED display No voltage or fuse has deacti-
The 7-segment display shows the actual current orange vated the system.
value. In setting mode, it also shows the settings A detailed description of the setting menu for the
parameter. ActivePSM is contained on the next page.
Up to a value of 9.9 A, the current is shown with one
decimal place; above 10 A, the current is shown as
integer value without decimal place.
7.12.4 Setup Menu for the Local
In a fault situation, this display flashes. Pushbutton
Note that any changes made to the installation posi-
Important parameters must be set for the initial
tion also change the reading direction of the 7-
commissioning of the active 4-way PSM. The follow-
segment display.
ing list displays how the active 4-way PSM is set.
Two 3-colour LEDs (green, orange, red), labelled "I"
Short press = UP
and "II".
Long press (approx. 4 seconds) = Enter
These LEDs each flash in accordance with the in-
stallation position of the module. When no pushbutton is pressed for approximately
five seconds, the system returns to the base display.
Parameter Explanation
Green OK
Orange Warning, fuse triggered or Actual current value base display
mains voltage missing.
Enter
Red Maximum or minimum current
limit value overshot or under- "L" display Enter Set the low limit Enter
shot. value by pressing
the pushbutton
briefly.
Pushbutton:
"H" display Enter Set the high limit Enter
The pushbutton is used to enter or change the limit value by pressing
values, the BUS address and for the fixed definition the pushbutton
of the reading direction of the display. briefly.
Briefly pressing the pushbutton changes the setting
value or the setting level. "A" display Enter Set the BUS ad- Enter
dress by pressing
Press the pushbutton for a longer period (approx. 4 the pushbutton
seconds) to confirm the set value or the preselected briefly.
setting level.
"A" display Enter Set the display Enter
orientation:
7.12.3 Displays 1 = fixed circuit 1
2 = fixed circuit 2
Parameter Explanation
3 = automatic
Flashing dis-
play Current not within the limits.
0.0 displayed No consumers connected to the
ActivePSM.
7.12.5 Connecting ActivePSM to the
CMC-TC
3.2, etc., dis- Consumers connected; their The ActivePSM is connected to the CMC-TC Proc-
played "consumed" current value essing Unit II (in short PU II) using the RJ45 con-
is 3.2 A. nections of the Processing Unit. This socket also
functions as the power supply for the module dis-
n.P. displayed "No power" means that no po-
play. The connection between the PU II and the
wer is supplied to the PSM bus
or the fuse has deactivated the ActivePSM is made using a special adapter cable
and a Cat5 cable (7320.472). The adaptor cable is
system.
included in the scope of delivery. The connecting
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7 Operation
cables must not exceed the specified maximum 7.12.6 Monitoring Using a Browser
EN length of 10 m, otherwise Rittal cannot warrant that
the product will function correctly.
1
Insert the Cat5 cable in the provided sockets of the
PU and in the adaptor cable of the ActivePSM.
2
Note!
Prior to the installation and commission- 3
ing, read and observe the Installation and
Operating Instructions, in particular, the
contained safety notes.
These operating instructions are available in two
languages as a downloadable PDF file at Current: Display of the actual current value of
http://www.rimatrix5.com the consumers (server, etc.) con-
Assembly nected to the ActivePSM.
Before commencing the installation, ensure the Status: Indicates whether the specified cur-
completeness of the scope of supply. Also ensure rent limit value is observed. A mes-
that the system complies with the admissible condi- sage will be issued if the current lies
tions of use, in particular, the permitted ambient outside the limit values.
temperatures and the required IP protection cate- Item: Indicates on which circuit the mod-
gory. ule is connected (for redundant sup-
ply of the PSM busbars).
Integration of ActivePSM and PSM Busbars
The ActivePSM is centred over the busbar's plug
connector and pressed on under gentle force. The
ActivePSM is connected correctly when all four of
7.12.7 Configuring the ActivePSM
the ActivePSMs catches are engaged in the busbar.
To disengage the ActivePSM from the bus, you Navigation
must carefully retract and withdraw all four catches
at the same time. Main menu Status Click the first current
Please make sure that there are no consumers con-
Parameter Explanation
nected to the sockets, otherwise they will be discon-
nected from the power supply. 1...n Connection number of the sen-
In addition, you must note the direction in which the sor.
ActivePSM is connected. The busbar also serves as
a redundant power supply, so the ActivePSM can be Type Sensor type. Will be detected
installed in either direction between Circuit 1 and automatically.
Circuit 2. Sensor Status Sensor status. Green = OK, red
Voltage supply: The voltage is supplied to the Ac- = alarm.
tivePSM electronics from the CMC-TC Processing
Unit II (PU II). This requires that the Category 5 Message Text The message text which is also
patch cable is inserted in the RJ 45 socket of the transferred when a warn-
PUII and in the adaptor cable of the ActivePSM. Up ing/alarm message is sent.
to four modules can be connected in series on a Enter here a designation that
PUII channel. Unique addresses must be assigned uniquely identifies your sensor,
for each module (1, 2, 3, 4). e.g. "Current rack 1".
Once the ActivePSM is supplied with power, 0.0 A
Setpoint High Current limit which when over-
appears on the display. The display shows the im-
shot causes an alarm message
mediate active current drawn by diverse consumers
to be issued.
when they are connected to the sockets.
Setpoint Low Current limit which when over-
shot causes an alarm message
to be issued.
Delay Time in seconds how long the
power socket should remain
switched on.
Relay Output Off = manual disable of the
PSM module; On = manual
enable of the PSM module.
Accept Accept the changes.

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Operation 7
Reset Reset all settings to their de-
fault values; any changes are
EN
Navigation
not accepted.
Main menu Status Click the second status
Parameter Explanation
Navigation
1...n Connection number of the sen-
Main menu Status Click the second status sor.
Parameter Explanation Type Sensor type. Will be detected
1...n Connection number of the sen- automatically.
sor. Sensor Status Sensor status. Green = OK, red
Type Sensor type. Will be detected = alarm.
automatically. Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered
Sensor Status Sensor status. Green = OK, red trap receivers is to be sent war-
= alarm. ning/alarm messages. Enter the
trap receivers at 7.3.2
Alarm Relay Whether (enable) or not (dis- Configuring the Trap Receiver.
able) an alarm relay should
switch in the event of a warn- Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile
ing/alarm. wireless numbers that you en-
tered previously at Setup
Alarm Beeper Whether (enable) or not (dis- SMS-Unit; each number is
able) an audio signal should be separated with the ampersand
issued in the event of a warn- character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
ing/alarm.
Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail
Alarm Reset Should a warning/alarm be addresses that you entered
acknowledged automatically previously at Setup eMail
(Auto) or does it need to be (SMTP); each number is sepa-
acknowledged by the operator rated with the ampersand char-
(Manual). acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
Trap Receiver Specify which of the entered Accept Accept the changes.
trap receivers is to be sent war-
ning/alarm messages. Enter the Reset Reset all settings to their de-
trap receivers at 7.3.2 fault values; any changes are
Configuring the Trap Receiver. not accepted.

Scheduled Specify which alarm configura-


Alarm Off tion should be enabled or dis- 7.13 Metered PSM
abled. The individual functions
can be setup from the "Setup
Timer" menu item.
Send SMS You can enter up to four mobile Note!
wireless numbers that you en- The installation and commissioning of the
tered previously at Setup PSM busbars with measurement is de-
SMS-Unit; each number is scribed in the operating guide for the
separated with the ampersand Metered PSM.
character "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4).
Send eMail You can enter up to four e-mail
addresses that you entered 7.14 Monitoring the LCP Unit RTT I/O
previously at Setup eMail Unit
(SMTP); each number is sepa- The LCP unit is connected to the CMC-TC Process-
rated with the ampersand char- ing Unit II (in short PU II) using one of the four RJ45
acter "&" (e.g. 1&2&3&4). connections.
Accept Accept the changes.
Reset Reset all settings to their de-
fault values; any changes are
not accepted.
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7 Operation
EN 1
"1234" , "0102" =
user
Power

User identification: this


optional maximum 8-
1 2 1 24 VDC
3 4
P-I2C
I0I0I max. 2,5 A digit decimal number
(10000-99999999)
can be used to specify
2
whether a user identi-
fication will be sent
with the trap message.
I 0I 0I
1 2 3 4
Separator: (e.g. '=')

Door release: this 4-digit number


contains a decimal number 0...3 for
Fig. 34 Establishing the sensor connection
each of the four possible Access
Key Units. This number specifies which
1 Sensor units connections (1-4) door is to be released:
2 Status LEDs for connected sensor units 0- do not release any door
1- release door 1
The network connection of the PU II (item 1) is ma-
2- release door 2
de using the network cable with RJ45 plug in the
3- release door 1 and 2
existing Ethernet network structure.
This number must always contain
The data connection exists when the appropriate
four digits, irrespective of how many
Link LED (item 2) illuminates green/orange.
Access Units are connected; a '0'
7.15 Access Control Using an External must be specified for any Access
Units that are not present.
Access File
An extended access control is integrated in the Pro- Separator: (e.g. comma)
cessing Unit II software. The access codes can be
edited using a text file sent by FTP to the PU II. This
Release code: this 4-digit decimal number contains
form of access control has the following properties:
the release code entered from the keypad or en-
a keypad (or card reader) can be used to control up
tered on the magnetic card or chip card. The re-
to eight doors on four Access Units.
lease code can have the number 0001 to 9999;
four digits must always be entered.
The file must have the name 'access.cmc' and can In contrast to the code input from the web page, no
be created and edited using any ASCII text editor range can be entered here. A unique 4-digit deci-
(e.g. Notepad). A line with the following syntax must mal number must always be specified.
be created for each access code:
Up to 200 different codes can be stored (each code The normal access control is voided when this ac-
can release up to eight doors concurrently). cess file is copied to the Processing Unit II, i.e. the
If several identical codes with different authorisa- codes stored in the file now have priority. To reacti-
tions are entered, the first entry will be used. vate the normal access control, the file must be
deleted using FTP. This causes all access authori-
sations to be lost and new authorisations must be
entered. To enter the default values, a reboot must
be performed after the file has been deleted. The
transfer to the Processing Unit II is made with FTP
by the 'admin' user. The file must be transferred to
the 'upload' directory.
It is possible to connect up to eight keypads (or card
readers) to the system. This requires, however, that
a door (handle and access sensor) is present at the
connection to which the keypad (card reader) is
connected. These maximum eight keypads (card
readers) all have the same authority. This means,
irrespective where the code is entered, the door(s)
specified in the access file will be released.

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Maintenance and Cleaning 8
8 Maintenance and Cleaning 9 Storage and Disposal EN
The Rittal CMC-TC Processing Unit is a mainte-
nance-free system. The housing does not need to 9.1.1 Storage
be opened for the installation or during operation. If the device is not used for a longer period, we rec-
ommend that the device is disconnected from the
Note! mains power supply and is protected from damp-
ness and dust.
Opening the housing or any accessory
components will void any warranty and Further information concerning the operating condi-
liability claims. tions is contained in the technical specifications.

9.1.2 Disposal
Because the CMC-TC Processing Unit consists
8.1.1 Cleaning primarily of the housing and PCB, the unit must be
disposed of through the electronic waste recycling
Warning! system when it is no longer required.

Danger of damage! 10 Customer Service


Do not use any aggressive sub- If you have any technical questions or questions
stances, such as white spirit, acid, concerning our product spectrum, contact the follow-
etc., for cleaning because such sub- ing service address:
stances can damage the unit.
Tel.: +49 (0)2772/505-1855
Use a slightly moistened soft cloth to clean the http://www.cmc-tc.com
housing. E-mail: info@rittal.de

Note!
To allow us to process your enquiry
quickly and correctly, please always spe-
cify the article number in the subject line
for e-mails.

Further information and the current operating guides


and updates of the Rittal CMC-TC are available for
download under Security on the Rimatrix5 home-
page.

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11 Technical Specifications
EN 11 Technical Specifications Maximum cable length
Designation CMC-TC PU to I/O Unit 10 m, after consultation with Rittal
maximum 50 m, UL approval
Housing
PU to the Ac- 10 m, after consultation with Rittal
Housing type Plastic covering with metal trim cess Unit maximum 50 m, UL approval
Height 1 U/44.5 mm PU to the Cli- 10 m, after consultation with Rittal
Width 136 mm mate Unit maximum 50 m, UL approval

Depth 129 mm Protocols

Weight without approx. 0.6 kg Available pro- - TCP/IP


packaging tocols - SNMP V1.0 (incl. MIB II)
1) - TELNET
Potential equa- -
- FTP
lisation
- HTTP
1)
Earthing - Technical Specifications
Protection IP 40 to EN 60529 1)
Not required because safety extra-low voltage 24 V DC
category
Interfaces
12 Technical Glossary
CMC-TC
Pushbuttons 1 membrane pushbutton, ac-
CMC-TC (Computer Multi Control - Top Concept) is
knowledge pushbutton
a Rittal product used to monitor network enclosure
Front socket 1 x RJ11 socket (serial interface components.
RS 232) GSM card
LED display 6 x (active/alarm, link, for each A GSM card is a telephone card for a mobile tele-
connectable sensor island) phone.
Internet browser
Acoustic signal 1 x piezo signal transmitter
2 2
An Internet browser can be used to display html
I C connection RJ45 socket (P-I C), shielded pages (and pages that conform to a similar stan-
Alarm relay dard). In the case of CMC-TC PU, they can be con-
figured using a user interface displayed with an
Output 1 x RJ12 socket, shielded Internet browser.
Configuration Potential-free change-over contact Link
A link causes a jump to another Internet page or
Rated voltage 24 V DC, internal or
establishes a connection between two Internet pa-
24 V for external power supply
ges.
Current 200 mA for power supply Mac address
Operational area The MAC address is a unique combination of alpha-
betic characters and digits assigned to a network
Temperature +5 to +45 C interface. One of its uses is to identify a network
+42 to +45.00 C interface in a network.
Humidity 5 95 % MIB (Management Information Base)
Storage tem- -20 to +60 C The MIB was developed to fetch and change net-
perature -4 to +140 F work elements. The MIB II was defined in the RFC
1213. Some manufacturers define their own MIBs
Rated voltage 1 x 24 V DC that provide information about the special properties
2.5 A SELV of their product. The MIBs are registered for the OID
Fuse Miniature fuse T2A, 250 V, UL with the IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Author-
approval ity). Once an object has been assigned to an OID,
the meaning can no longer be changed. There also
Network 1 x RJ-45 socket (Ethernet, cannot be any overlapping with other OIDs.
10/100 BaseT), shielded SMS service number
Sensor island 4 x RJ45 sockets, shielded, for This is a telephone number that the telephone pro-
shielded twisted-pair patch cable, vider makes available for sending SMS messages.
Category 5 SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol)

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Technical Glossary 12
The SNMP is a simple network management proto-
col based on TCP/IP. It was developed to monitor EN
network components on a central management
station.
Telnet
Telnet is a protocol for guest access to a remote
server. The Telnet program provides the required
client functions of the protocol.
Trap
Trap is the sending of SNMP messages.
Trap Receiver
The trap receiver is the receiver of SNMP mes-
sages.
Web access
The Web Access is used to define the access pos-
sibility via the Internet.

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13 Declaration of Conformity
EN 13 Declaration of Conformity

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Declaration of Conformity 13
EN

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