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At the bottom of this board, and sometimes installed on an auxiliary board attached with a ribbon cable, are one inch square output modules mounted vertically (four outputs on the main board, twelve outputs on the auxiliary board). For tolling outputs, there will be two timer adjustment controls. For motorized ringers there will not be adjustments. At the top of these boards is a green light that indicates the output is on. At the bottom of the board is a red light that indicates the output is driving a short circuit.
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At the bottom of this board, and sometimes installed on an auxiliary board attached with a ribbon cable, are one inch square output modules mounted vertically (up to four outputs on the main board, up to twelve outputs on the auxiliary board). For tolling outputs, there will be two timer adjustment controls. For motorized ringers there will not be adjustments. At the top of these boards is a green light that indicates the output is on. At the bottom of the board is a red light that indicates the output is driving a short circuit.
  
 
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Connections

AC power input

All relay panels use single phase power. Clappers and hammers operate between 208 and 240 VAC. Swinging bell motor systems come in three phase and single phase versions.

Connect a supply of at least 20A to panels with one to three bells. Add 5A per bell that could ring simultaneously (generally no more than six will ring at the same time). Input terminals L1 and L2 accept up to 10 AWG.

Hammer and clapper outputs

The striker may be a tolling hammer mounted on the opposite side of the bell from the wheel. These diagrams detail the internal hookup of the relay panel only. Consult the appropriate riser diagram for conduit and power requirements.

Swinging motor outputs

Low current relays are used to enable swinging motor systems that use either solid state or electo-mechanical contactors. Multiple relays switch a Common line for multiple bell outputs. The outputs will be labeled M1, M2 (and so on from the largest to smaller bells). These relay outputs connect to

For 2052 swinging bell motors with solid state controls, connect M to each motor's K lead (a purple wire). For intelliSwing Precision systems in a separate wall mounted cabinet, connect the Mn output to the Sn switch input. For legacy motors, you need to determine which wire goes to the contactor and reversing switches.

Generally, connect the C Common terminal (fused at 2A) in the Libertas relay panel to L1 for most cases. If the motor doesn't run, move the jumper to L2 as power leads in existing motors may be reversed. For intelliSwing Precision motor control cabinets, there will either be a C input near the S input, or you can use the L1-out on the logic circuit breaker in the cabinet.

Data Cable

A twisted pair data cable is required and typically we use a minimum of CAT5 with RJ45 terminations. The pinout of the terminations and wire colors is the standard B style pin out. The following colors appear top to bottom when cable exits the housing to the left and the clip is away from you:

CAT5 RJ45 Termination
1 Orange/White - 12VDC negative
2 Orange solid - 12VDC negative
3 Green/White - Data A (RS485)
4 Blue solid - Status B (RS485)
5 Blue/White - Status A (RS485)
6 Green solid - Data B (RS485)
7 Brown/White - 12VDC positive
8 Brown solid - 12VDC positive

Crimping Procedure

  1. Cut cable to length
  2. Strip 1-1/2" of outer jacket from cable without nicking conductors.
  3. Pull the jacket back from the end as much as possible.
  4. Fan-out conductor pairs, orange top, green, blue brown bottom.
  5. Untwist green, arrange green/white above blue, solid green below.
  6. Untwist blue, orient solid above blue/white
  7. Untwist orange and brown pairs, keep solids below the striped.
  8. Flatten the fan and bring together keeping the order shown above.
  9. Use scissors to cut the conductors about 3/4" from jacket.
  10. Double check wire order and insert conductors fully into the RJ45 connector as shown.
  11. Crimp the connector using an RJ45 crimping tool.
  12. Inspect the crimp. The wires should be fully inserted and their ends visible at the end of the connector. The gold pins should be recessed in the slots (not protruding above the plastic).

Relay panel technical information

Wiring color codes

All primary wiring shall be 16 AWG or greater, stranded with 600V insulation in the following colors:

  • Earth protective ground - Green
  • Neutral (not generally required) - White
  • L1 - Black
  • L2 - Red
  • L3 - Blue (when three phase power is used for motors)
  • T1, T2, etc. DC striker outputs (polarity not important) - Yellow
  • M1, M2, etc. Motor contactor outputs (high voltage, low current) - Violet
  • COM - may be jumpered to L1 at the factory - Black

Secondary low voltage control wiring shall be 18 AWG with 300V insulation in the following colors:

  • Negative DC - Black
  • Positive DC control - Red

Lights and test buttons

At the top of the relay panel is a square board with three buttons with four lights at the top edge.

The four lights are labeled:

Power - Data - Fault - Status

The buttons may be labeled:

Reset - Test - Step

At the bottom of this board, and sometimes installed on an auxiliary board attached with a ribbon cable, are one inch square output modules mounted vertically (up to four outputs on the main board, up to twelve outputs on the auxiliary board). For tolling outputs, there will be two timer adjustment controls. For motorized ringers there will not be adjustments. At the top of these boards is a green light that indicates the output is on. At the bottom of the board is a red light that indicates the output is driving a short circuit.

Test mode

Hold the Test button (under the Data light) while momentarily clicking the Reset button (under the Power light). After the Fault light blinks you can let go of the Test button. The Data light should remain lit to indicate the panel is in the self-test mode.

Press the Step button to sequence through the outputs. The tolling outputs will ring first then any motorized outputs will follow. Note that after ringing the Motorized outputs, the toll outputs will may locked out (hammer protect mode). If you need to test the tollers again, repeat the procedure above to reset the test mode (after the bells have ceased to swing).

To repeat an output that you have stepped to, press the Test button to repeat it. This is useful for testing motorized outputs that time out after a second or so.

Exit test mode

The panel will reset to the standby mode in a couple of minutes. For immediate reset, press the Reset button so that the Data light goes out.

Pulse Adjustments

Each timer board has two adjustment potentiometers. The top adjustment sets the length of the pulse and the bottom adjustment sets the maximum repeat rate. For both cases, clockwise adjustments shorten the pulse and allows smaller bells to repeat faster.

If the lower potentiometer is adjusted clockwise more than the upper adjustment, the ON pulse will be shortened to allow faster repeats.

Pulse setting procedure for large tolling bells

  1. Set the top adjustment fully clockwise
  2. Set the bottom adjustment fully counter-clockwise
  3. Turn top adjustment counterclockwise until the ringing does not get any louder

Pulse setting procedure for small chime/carillon bells

  1. Set both adjustments fully clockwise (short pulse)
  2. Turn top adjustment counterclockwise until the ringing does not get any louder
  3. If the top adjustment is fully counterclockwise and you can get the bell to ring louder by turning the bottom adjustment farther then continue adjusting the bottom adjustment until the desired performance is obtained.

Troubleshooting

Fuse blows

Test Open Output

Disconnect output wires from PCB for the bell that blows fuse. If fuse still blows without anything connected, the rectifier is probably at fault. Most panels have socketed rectifiers that can be replaced. Be sure to align the angled corner (positive lead) correctly when inserting the replacement.

Test Alternate Output

If the output in question does not blow the fuse when its output is not connected, try connecting the bell to another output (lower numbered output for high current fuse). If the other output fuse blows there is a problem with the striker or wiring.