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CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER

Table of Contents

Safety Information .......................................................................... 2
General Safety Information ........................................................... 2
Information as per EN 60730 ...................................................... 2
WEEE Directive .................................................................................... 2
Standards, Approvals, etc. .............................................................. 2
Specifications of Controller ......................................................... 3
System Overview ............................................................................. 4
Overview of Hardware ....................................................................... 4
System Architecture .......................................................................... 5
Bus and Port Connections ............................................................. 6
Set Up and Configuration ......................................................... 11
General .................................................................................................. 11
Procedure ............................................................................................ 11
Firmware Update ............................................................................. 14
Mounting/Dismounting ............................................................ 15
Before Installation ........................................................................... 15
Dimensions ......................................................................................... 15
Wiring and Set-Up ....................................................................... 16
General Safety Considerations ................................................. 16
Lightning Protection...................................................................... 16
Wiring Terminals .............................................................................. 16
Terminal Assignment ..................................................................... 17
Power Supply ..................................................................................... 18
WEB-EAGLENX26XX Connection Examples .................... 20
Internal I/Os of the CIPer Model 50 ....................................... 22
Engineering, Commissioning .................................................. 24
Required Preparations .................................................................. 24
Behavior of Outputs during Download ................................. 24
Extra Parts ...................................................................................... 25
Software Licenses and Upgrades ........................................... 26
Panel Bus Connection ................................................................ 27
Overview of Panel Bus I/O Modules ...................................... 27
Panel Bus Considerations ........................................................... 27
a Panel Bus ......................................................................................... 28
a Panel Bus ......................................................................................... 29
Addressing Panel Bus I/O Modules ....................................... 30
................................................................................................................. 30
Cable Specifications ...................................................................... 30
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INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS
Tuning Panel Bus Communication ........................................ 31
Field Devices ...................................................................................... 33
LonWorks Communications ..................................................... 33
General Information....................................................................... 33
BACnet MS/TP Bus Connection ............................................. 35
BACnet MS/TP Bus Considerations ...................................... 35
a BACnet MS/TP Bus .................................................................... 35
a BACnet MS/TP Bus .................................................................... 37
Modbus Connection ................................................................... 38
Modbus Considerations .............................................................. 38
a Modbus ............................................................................................. 39
a Modbus ............................................................................................. 40
M-Bus Connection ...................................................................... 41
M-Bus Considerations ................................................................. 41
M-Bus Connection Procedure.................................................. 42
Fig. 56. Connecting the CIPer Model 50 to the PW M-Bus
adapter ............................................................................................ 42
Fig. 57. Connecting power to the PW M-Bus adapter ..... 42
Controller Performance ............................................................. 43
Troubleshooting ........................................................................... 44
Panel Bus I/O Module Troubleshooting .............................. 45
Appendix 1: Earth Grounding .................................................. 46
CIPer Model 50 Systems and SELV ....................................... 46
Appendix 2 ..................................................................................... 48
Sensor Input Accuracy .................................................................. 48
Sensor Characteristics ................................................................. 48
Index ................................................................................................. 51
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Corporation registered in the United States and other Addressing Panel Bus I/O Modules ........30 countries. Automatic Updating of Panel Bus I/O Module Firmware ......................... 30 Cable Specifications ..............30 ® U.S. Registered Trademark Copyright © 2019 Honeywell Inc. • All Rights Reserved 31-00233EFS-01...
  • Page 2: Safety Information

    Do not burn the device. ▪ Use only accessory equipment which comes from or has ► been approved by Honeywell. Standards, Approvals, etc. Information as per EN 60730 Degree of Protection: IP20 (mounted on walls, with two accessory MVC-80-AC1 covers)
  • Page 3: Specifications Of Controller

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS SPECIFICATIONS OF CONTROLLER Table 2. CIPer Model 50 specifications 19 … 29 VAC, 50/60 Hz or Power supply 20 … 30 VDC typically, DC: 7 W; max. 9 W Power consumption typically AC: 10 VA;...
  • Page 4: System Overview

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS SYSTEM OVERVIEW Overview of Hardware Table 3. Overview of models (hardware) Order no. Max. cable without HMI with HMI Feature Description length WEB-EAGLENx26ND WEB-EAGLENx26D NTC10kΩ / NTC20kΩ / 0…10V / slow BI, 0.4 Hz 1200 ft NTC10kΩ...
  • Page 5: System Architecture

    A CIPer Model 50 System consists of the CIPer Model 50 controller and various Panel Bus I/O modules. The CIPer Model 50 controller provides interface connections, which allow connection to external systems (e.g., BACnet controllers). Via the IF-LON External Interface, the CIPer Model 50 can also communicate with L systems, including Honeywell ORKS I/O Modules.
  • Page 6: Bus And Port Connections

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Bus and Port Connections 3 Two Ethernet / RJ45 sockets (for BACnet IP com- munication); 10/100 Mbit/s; 1 "link" LED + 1 Overview "activity" LED 4 USB 2.0 Host Interface (for connection of IF-LON2); WARNING max.
  • Page 7 CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Fig. 7. USB 2.0 Device Interface A standard USB type-B connector can be inserted into this USB 2.0 Device Interface. This USB 2.0 Device Interface is the recommended interface for connection to WEBs N4. Ethernet / RJ45 Sockets The CIPer Model 50 controller is equipped with two Ethernet / RJ45 sockets, each featuring two LEDs.
  • Page 8 CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS • "Separated networks" (factory default). In this scenario, RS485-1 status LED indicating trans- yellow each of the two Ethernet interfaces must be activated mission of communication signals. and located in a different subnet. RS485-1 status LED indicating yellow •...
  • Page 9 CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS RS485-1 Bias and Termination Resistors RS485-1 is equipped with a three-position slide switch which can be used to switch its bias resistors OFF (position 550 OHM BIAS "MID" – this is the default), ON (position "BIAS"), and ON with an additional 150Ω...
  • Page 10 CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Table 6. Bit rate vs. max. cable length for RS485 Bit rate Max. cable length (L) 550 OHM 9.6 - 76.8 kbps 3600 ft RS485-2 (+) *115.2 kbps 2400 ft * In the case of configuration of RS485-2 for Panel Bus, 130 OHM the communication rate is set to 115.2 kbps.
  • Page 11: Set Up And Configuration

    RS485 repeaters are possible but have not been tested by must first connect the RS232 interface of the CIPer Model Honeywell. Hence it is within responsibility of the installing 50 controller and the PC on which PuTTY is running using / commissioning person to ensure proper function.
  • Page 12 CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS 2. To login and change the IP address and/ or configure further network settings, press 1. RESULT: You will be asked to enter your username. 6. Configure the network as desired by applying the available options displayed.
  • Page 13: Configuring Ports To Enable Webserver Functions

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS 2. Expand the Http Port and Https Port options. FINISHED! 3. Change Http Port to 8080 and the Https Port to 8443. Configuring Ports to Enable Webserver Functions The CIPer Model 50 controller provides webserver func- tionality, e.g., for using the WEBs N4 Supervisor.
  • Page 14: Firmware Update

    Firmware updates may be available on the Honeywell Buildings Forum and the firmware upgrade procedure will be available with the firmware updates. If there are any queries on firmware / Firmware updates, please reach out to Honeywell WEBs technical support.
  • Page 15: Mounting/Dismounting

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS MOUNTING/DISMOUNTING Before Installation IMPORTANT To allow the evaporation of any condensation resulting from low shipping / storage temperatures, keep the controller at room temperature for at least 24 h before applying power. US requirement, only: This device must be installed in a UL-listed enclosure offering adequate space to maintain the segregation of line voltage field wiring and Class 2 field wiring.
  • Page 16: Wiring And Set-Up

    Fusing Specifications System Fusing We recommend that the system be equipped with an external fuse. Fusing of Active Field Devices F2 (depends upon given load). Lightning Protection Please contact your local Honeywell representative for information on lightning protection. 31-00233EFS-01...
  • Page 17: Terminal Assignment

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Terminal Assignment Table 8. Terminal assignment terminal signal Description WEB-EAGLENX26XX 24V-0 supply voltage (GND), int. connected with term. 31 and system GND (term. 19+37) 24V~ supply voltage (24V) not used Binary output 1. N.O. relay contact switching input power connected to terminal 8 Binary output 2.
  • Page 18: Power Supply

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Power Supply Transformer Data In the U.S. and Canada, if the CIPer Model 50 is powered by Powering CIPer Model 50 transformers, then such transformers must be NEC Class- Power is supplied via a removable terminal plug (attached 2 transformers.
  • Page 19 CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Powering Panel Bus I/O Modules and Field Devices The CIPer Model 50, Panel Bus I/O modules, and field devices can be powered by either separate transformers (see Fig. 25, and Fig. 26) or by the same transformer. Refer to “Panel Bus I/O Modules Product Data Sheet”...
  • Page 20: Web-Eaglenx26Xx Connection Examples

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS WEB-EAGLENX26XX Connection Examples Fig. 27. WEB-EAGLENX26XX connection example For fusing specifications see section "Fusing Specifications" on page 16. NOTE: Use a min. distance of 10 cm between power cables and 0…10 V / sensor cables in order to prevent signal disturbances on the 0…10 V / sensor cables.
  • Page 21 CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Fig. 28. WEB-EAGLENX26XX connection example (with two XS830 Auxiliary Terminal Packages) The XS830 and XS831 Auxiliary Terminal Packages are optional accessories which can be mounted onto the top and/or bottom of the CIPer Model 50 controller in order to equip them with additional terminals for the connection of, e.g., shields, sensors, GND, N, 230 V, or 24 V (but not earth!).
  • Page 22: Internal I/Os Of The Ciper Model 50

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Internal I/Os of the CIPer Model 50 10 VDC Universal Inputs 25 k The WEB-EAGLENX26XX is equipped with ten universal inputs (UIs) configurable (in WEBs N4). For information on the accuracy of the sensor inputs, their 200 k...
  • Page 23 CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Analog Outputs Pulse Counter Specifications Using WEBs N4, the binary inputs of the CIPer Model 50 The WEB-EAGLENX26XX is equipped with four analog can be configured as pulse counters (fast totalizers) for outputs (AOs).
  • Page 24: Engineering, Commissioning

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Table 16. Relay specifications of the CIPer Model 50 block 1 block 2 For access via USB, the CIPer Model 50 controller has a BO1…3 BO5…8 permanent default IP address 192.168.255.241. Your PC's IP address must match the CIPer Model 50 controller's contact volt.
  • Page 25: Extra Parts

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS EXTRA PARTS Table 18. Extra parts order no. description Set of ten terminals. Each package consists of two groups of XS830 nine internally connected push-in terminals, for distributing A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 signals / power.
  • Page 26: Software Licenses And Upgrades

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS SOFTWARE LICENSES AND UPGRADES Table 19. Software Licenses and Upgrades model License content / upgrade license WEB-EAGLENX26ND 100 Global Points (Panel-bus, on-board I/O) +10 Analytics Points + WEBS N4 Software Maintenance Agreement WEB-EAGLENX26D EAGLEH255UP 255 Additional Panel-bus Expansion I/O Points...
  • Page 27: Panel Bus Connection

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS PANEL BUS CONNECTION The CIPer Model 50 controller features two RS485 interfaces to which Panel Bus modules can be connected: RS485-1 (consisting of push-in terminals 24 [GND-1], 25, and 26) and/or RS485-2 (consisting of push-in terminals 29, 30, and 31 [GND-2]).
  • Page 28: Connecting Ciper Model 50 Via Its Rs485-1 Interface To A Panel Bus

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Connecting CIPer Model 50 via its RS485-1 Interface to a Panel Bus NOTE: When connecting an CIPer Model 50 via its RS485-1 to a Panel Bus I/, it is recommended that the slide switch be set to "END."...
  • Page 29: Connecting Ciper Model 50 Via Its Rs485-2 Interface To A Panel Bus

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Connecting CIPer Model 50 via its RS485-2 Interface to a Panel Bus Fig. 36. Connecting an CIPer Model 50 controller via its RS485-2 interface to a Panel Bus (single transformer) Fig. 37. Connecting an CIPer Model 50 controller via its RS485-2 interface to a Panel Bus (two transformers) 31-00233EFS-01...
  • Page 30: Addressing Panel Bus I/O Modules

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Cable Specifications Addressing Panel Bus I/O Modules Panel Bus I/O Modules Each Panel Bus I/O Module must be addressed manually When checking the length of the power supply cable, the using its HEX switch (S2). The HEX switch setting is connection cables to all Panel Bus I/O Modules must be defined using the WEBs N4 engineering tool.
  • Page 31: Tuning Panel Bus Communication

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Tuning Panel Bus Communication The default polling interval for all Panel Bus points is set to "normal = 10s". Data from the field is thus updated every 10s. Write commands are sent without time delay. It is recommended that you update the polling interval of those points requiring more-frequent updating (see Fig.
  • Page 32 CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS You can assign different poll intervals to individual points in the Panel Bus Point Discovery Dialog (see Fig. 41). Fig. 41. Assigning different poll intervals to individual points in the Panel Bus Point Discovery Dialog 31-00233EFS-01...
  • Page 33: Field Devices

    9H2201504) non-shielded, twisted-pair, solid- shielded 0.4’ (10 mm) conductor wire. When possible, use Honeywell AK3781, AK3782, AK3791, unshielded 4’ (100 mm) or AK3792 cable (US part numbers). See Excel 50/500 Wiring Guidelines 74-2865 for details, including ORKS All low-voltage signal and output cables should be maximum lengths.
  • Page 34 CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Fig. 42. IF-LON2 Depending upon the chosen network configuration, one or two terminations may be required. The following L termination module is available: ORKS • connection / termination module ORKS (mountable on DIN rails and in fuse boxes), order no.: XAL-Term2 LONWORKS TERMINATION...
  • Page 35: Bacnet Ms/Tp Bus Connection

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS BACNET MS/TP BUS CONNECTION The CIPer Model 50 controller features two RS485 interfaces to which BACnet MS/TP devices can be connected: RS485-1 (consisting of push-in terminals 24 [GND-1], 25, and 26) and/or RS485-2 (consisting of push-in terminals 29, 30, and 31 [GND-2]).
  • Page 36 CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Example 2: Multiple CIPer Model 50 Controllers and Connected BACnet Modules Fig. 45. Connection of multiple CIPer Model 50 controllers via their RS485-1 interfaces to a BACnet MS/TP Bus Example 3: Multiple CIPer Model 50 Controllers and Connected BACnet Modules (with inserted termination resistor) Fig.
  • Page 37: Connecting Ciper Model 50 Via Its Rs485-2 Interface To A Bacnet Ms/Tp Bus

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Connecting CIPer Model 50 via its RS485-2 Interface to a BACnet MS/TP With regards to Fig. 47 and Fig. 48, please note the following: NOTE: Always power each CIPer Model 50 controller and the connected BACnet MS/TP modules via separate transformers.
  • Page 38: Modbus Connection

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS MODBUS CONNECTION The CIPer Model 50 controller supports both Modbus RTU master and Modbus RTU slave functionality. Modbus slaves can be connected to either or both of the two onboard RS485 interfaces: RS485-1 (consisting of push-in terminals 24 [GND-1], 25, and 26) or RS485-2 (consisting of push-in terminals 29, 30, 31 [GND-2]).
  • Page 39: Connecting Ciper Model 50 Via Its Rs485-1 Interface To A Modbus

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Connecting CIPer Model 50 via its RS485-1 Interface to a Modbus With regards to Fig. 49, please note the following: NOTE: Always power each CIPer Model 50 controller and the connected Modbus slaves via separate transformers. NOTE: For "L,"...
  • Page 40: Connecting Ciper Model 50 Via Its Rs485-2 Interface To A Modbus

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Connecting CIPer Model 50 via its RS485-2 Interface to a Modbus With regards to Fig. 50, please note the following: NOTE: Always power each CIPer Model 50 controller and the connected Modbus slaves via separate transformers. NOTE: For "L,"...
  • Page 41: M-Bus Connection

    Maximum cable capacitance of 180 nF ˗ For bus length extension, M-Bus repeaters can be used, but have not been tested by Honeywell. Hence, it is the responsibility of the installing / commissioning personnel Not used to ensure proper functioning.
  • Page 42: M-Bus Connection Procedure

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS M-Bus Connection Procedure Install the PW M-Bus Adapter on DIN rail. Insert a screwdriver into the slot in the DIN rail clamp on the underside of the PW and pry downward to loosen clamp until the unit snaps onto the rail.
  • Page 43: Controller Performance

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS CONTROLLER PERFORMANCE The controller performance has been tested in two test scenarios. NOTE: These are example scenarios. It is therefore, of course, possible for you to use any other mix of Panel Bus points and BACnet MS/TP points as long as the maximum number of hardware I/O points (see section "Panel Bus Considerations"...
  • Page 44: Troubleshooting

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS TROUBLESHOOTING CIPer Model 50 Controller Troubleshooting The following LEDs of the CIPer Model 50 controller can be used for troubleshooting purposes: • Power LED (green) • Status LED (red) • L1 and L2 LEDs (yellow) •...
  • Page 45: Panel Bus I/O Module Troubleshooting

    Panel Bus I/O Module Troubleshooting Please refer to HONEYWELL EXCEL 5000 OPEN SYSTEM - Installation & Commissioning Instructions (EN1B-0375GE51) for more information about Panel Bus I/O module troubleshooting. 31-00233EFS-01...
  • Page 46: Appendix 1: Earth Grounding

    If system protective earth grounding is planned, use a ► To support SELV, all Honeywell external (CRT series) or cable as short as possible for grounding: internal transformers comply with standard EN60742. min. 1.5 mm² (16 AWG).
  • Page 47 CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS Example 2 When connecting multiple CPUs to a single transformer, it is imperative that the polarity of the power supply terminals of the CPUs and the polarity of the transformer always cor- respond (namely: 24V-0 of the transformer must always be connected to 24V-0 of the CPU, and 24V~ of the trans- former must always be connected with 24V~ of the CPU).
  • Page 48: Sensor Input Accuracy

    CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS APPENDIX 2 Sensor Input Accuracy The internal sensor inputs of the CIPer Model 50 controller support both NTC10kΩ and NTC20kΩ sensors (see also section "Universal Inputs" on page 22). The following table lists the typical minimum accuracies of the hardware and software for temperature sensors.
  • Page 49 CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS NTC 20 kΩ (same voltages for inputs of Panel Bus I/O Modules and onboard inputs of CIPer Model 50) Temp. Resistance Terminal Temp. Resistance Terminal Temp. Resistance Terminal Temp. Resistance Terminal [°C] voltage [V] [°C]...
  • Page 50 CIPer MODEL 50 CONTROLLER – INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING INSTRUCTIONS NTC10kΩ (same voltages for inputs of Panel Bus I/O Modules and onboard inputs of CIPer Model 50) Temp. Resistance Terminal Temp. Resistance Terminal Temp. Resistance Terminal Temp. Resistance Terminal [°C] voltage [V] [°C] voltage [V] [°C]...
  • Page 51: Index

    RS485-2 8, 41 details 7 Manufactured for and on behalf of the BMS Division of Honeywell Products and Solutions Sàrl, Z.A. La Pièce 16, 1180 Rolle, Switzerland by its Authorized Representative The material in this document is for information purposes only. The content and the product described are subject to change without notice. Honeywell makes no representations or warranties with respect to this document.