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The RP-C 230 V controller models RP-C-16A-F-230V and RP-C-16B-F-230V have a 24 VAC (19 VA) Class 2 output that can be used to power external loads such as actuators, relays, or indicators. The external loads can be controlled using the controller's solid-state relay (SSR) or relay outputs.

Concept

When the room occupant presses the buttons on the SpaceLogic Sensor 3-Button Cover model to increase or decrease the temperature setpoint, the backlight changes from deep blue at the low end of the range, to deep red at the top end of the range. Each button push causes a 10% increase or decrease in the range. The backlight flashes rapidly three time to indicate the top or bottom of range has been reached.

Concept

The 3-Button Cover model contains a passive, infrared sensor for occupancy detection and a plus and minus button to adjust the temperature setpoint. There is also an occupancy override button should the room occupant wish to confirm their presence, turn on the lights, and change the setpoint to a comfortable level.

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The relay outputs support digital Form A point types. The Form A relays are designed for direct load applications.

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This section provides grounding and power recommendations for system configurations with IP-IO modules.

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The RP-V controller is available in two models that support both BACnet/IP and MS/TP communication. These two models offer two different combinations (sets) of the number of I/O points and types of I/O points. The RP-V controller also comes in a model that only supports BACnet MS/TP communication.

Concept

A backplane board is mounted in the terminal base for the W1 width devices. The backplane board is equipped with two 2x5-pin bus connectors, a 2x6-pin electronics module connector, address logic circuitry, and a device label.

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The terminal bases are used for SpaceLogic devices that are based on the patented two-piece design. The terminal base provides the I/O bus to the electronics module installed on the terminal base as well as to the SpaceLogic device installed to the right (next terminal base in the chain).

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Use the power budget to calculate the maximum number of devices that the power supply can supply. If more devices are used, additional power supplies must be added to the I/O bus.

User Interface

The Status LED on the front of the automation devices changes color and flashes to indicate the status of the device.