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IQ SENSOR NET System 184 XTQuick Start Guide1 Accessories and Tools for InstallationAccessories:Contact base with plastic tappingscrews(in the scope of delivery of eachMIQ module)M4 ISO blind nut(in the scope of delivery of eachMIQ module)M4x16 cheese-head screw withplastic washer(in the scope of delivery of eachMIQ module)Cable gland with seal(in the scope of delivery of eachMIQ module)SACIQ sensor connection cableSNCIQ Cableor SNCIQ/UG earth cable.These cables are only required ifyou want to connectMIQ modules that are located atdifferent sites.SSH/IQ sun shieldMR/SD 170 assembly set for railmounting of sun shield SSH/IQ3


IQ SENSOR NET System 184 XTQuick Start Guide2 Connecting the System ComponentsJoining MIQ modules ("stack mounting")CautionObserve the following rules for safe operation:• Do not mount more than three modules to form a stack.• Do not mount more than one power supply module in a module stack.If possible, select the MIQ power supply module to be the rearmost module inthe stack.• Always mount the MIQ modules in an upright position (to avoid retained humidity)• Protect MIQ modules installed outside against the effects of the weather (snow,ice and direct sun light) by a sun shield.Procedure:NoteThe steps 2 to 8 describe the mounting of the rearmost module to a vertical rail usingthe SSH/IQ sun shield. If you mount the module in a different way, continue with step 10.Sun shield SSH/IQ + assembly set MR/SD 170:3 4 21 Pre-assemble each of the four hexagon headbolts (2) with a nut (3) and a lock washer (4) toa clamping device (1). All parts are contained inthe scope of the MR/SD 170.2 Mount the sun shield SSH/IQ to the clampingdevice using the cap screws (5) and washers(6).516SSH/IQMR/SD 1705


Quick Start GuideIQ SENSOR NET System 184 XT78SSH/IQ3 Position both clamping devices at the rail and fixthem using the four nuts (7) and the four lockwashers (8). The parts are contained in thescope of the MR/SD 170.RailMR/SD 1704 Select the module that is to be the rearmostmodule of the stack. If possible, select the powersupply module for this.Rearmost MIQ module in the stack:95 Remove both covers (9) on the back.6 Remove the two screws on the left side (10) andopen the lid.Bei Stapelmontage Aufkleberentfernen und Kontak trägermontierenFor stack mounting remove labeland insta l contact carrier10127 Insert the two cheese head screws with thewhite plastic washers (11) into the drilledmounting holes.8 Loosely screw the ISO blind nuts (12) on thecheese head screws from the back.Do not yet tighten the screws!116


IQ SENSOR NET System 184 XTQuick Start Guide9 Position the module on the sun shield and fix itinto place by tightening the cheese head screws(11).To mount further modules on the lid, continuewith the following steps:1310 Close the lid and fix it using the two screws (10).11 Remove the two covers (13) on the front.12 Remove the contact cover (14) from the contacts.Do not remove the contact cover completelybut leave it connected to the side of themodule.1014Next MIQ module in the stack:1513 Select the next module to be connected to thelid of the existing module.On this module:14 Remove the two covers (15) on the back.15 Pull off the label (16) on the back.16 Remove the two screws on the left side (17).16Bei Stapelmontage Aufkleberentfernen und Kontak trägermontierenFor stack mounting remove labeland insta l contact carrier177


Quick Start GuideIQ SENSOR NET System 184 XT17 Using the two screws provided (19), fix the contactbase (18) to the module back.18 Open the lid.18192219 Insert the two cheese head screws (20) with thewhite plastic washers (21) in the drilled mountingholes.20 Loosely screw the ISO blind nuts (22) on thecheese head screws from the back.Do not yet tighten the screws!2120Connecting both MIQ modules:21 Attach the prepared module with the lid open tothe back module. At the front module, there aretwo clips at the lower back edge. First insertthese clips in the slots on the lid of the backmodule. Then insert the two blind nuts of thefront module in the drilled mounting holes on thelid of the back module.22 Slightly press both modules against each otherand tighten the two cheese head screws at thefront module.23 Close the lid of the front module and fix it usingthe two screws (17).To mount a further module on the stack repeatthe steps 8 to 23. Note that a maximum of threemodules may be mounted as a stack.178


IQ SENSOR NET System 184 XTQuick Start GuideLinking modules via cable ("distributed mounting")Procedure:1 Run the cable between the modules to be interconnected.Run the cable ends to the bottom ofthe module housings.2 Cut the cable to the appropriate length. Takeinto account that the cable ends must intrudemin. 3 cm into the housing for proper connection.Cable ends ready for connection to the module:approx. 45 mmredSNCIQgreenapprox. 35 mm approx. 45 mm3 Prepare both cable ends:– SNCIQ: Using a cable stripping knife removeapprox. 45 mm of the cable sheath.– SNCIQ/UG: Using a cable stripping kniferemove approx. 45 mm of the outer and innercable sheath. Then remove another 35 mmof the outer cable sheath.– Shorten the shielding braid up to the end ofthe cable sheath.– Shorten the two plastic fillers up to the end ofthe cable sheath.– Using a wire stripper bare the red and greenwires and fit them with wire end sleeves.– Fit the stranded wire with a wire end sleeve.SNCIQ/UGNoteYou can use any free SENSORNET connection port for interconnecting MIQ modules.Make sure that the connection port is designated with "SENSORNET".A label with all terminal designations is located on the module floor. Each module hastwo SENSORNET ports in the right-hand section of the terminal strip. Some modulesmay have further SENSORNET ports in the left-hand section.9


GREENGRÜNSHIELDSCHIRMREDROTQuick Start GuideIQ SENSOR NET System 184 XTSENSORNET 2label withterminaldesignationsSENSORNET 1213SNCIQorSNCIQ/UGOn both modules:4 Open the lid. Inside you see the terminal strip(green) located in the lower section of the module.The label with all terminal designations islocated on the module floor.5 Select a free SENSORNET connection port.6 Unscrew the blanking cover underneath theSENSORNET connection port.7 Screw the cable gland (1) into the opening. Priorto this, put the sealing ring (2) over the thread ofthe cable gland.8 Loosen the coupling ring (3) and thread the cablethrough the cable gland into the housing.The end of the cable sheath should be flush withthe inner end of the cable gland.9 Tighten the coupling ring (3).Example: connection on "SENSORNET 1" port:10 Connect the wires to the SENSORNET connectionport. To do so, loosen the screw at the correspondingscrew connection, insert the wireinto the screw connection, and tighten the screwagain.terminaldesignation:X3 X2 X1Observe the designation of the connectionport on the label. It must read:SENSORNET 1shieldred greenSENSORNET 1 (2, 3, 4):– RED– SHIELD (= stranded wire, not insulated)– GREEN11 When all three wires are properly connected,close the lid of the module.SNCIQ or SNCIQ/UG10


IQ SENSOR NET System 184 XTQuick Start GuideConnecting sensorsProcedure:1 Run the cable between the sensor and the connectionmodule. Run the cable end with theopen wires to the bottom of the module housing.Take into account that the wire ends must intrudemin. 3 cm into the housing for proper connection.NoteYou can use any free SENSORNET connection port for connecting a sensor.Make sure that the connection port is designated with "SENSORNET".A label with all terminal designations is located on the module floor. Each module hastwo SENSORNET ports in the right-hand section of the terminal strip. Some modulesmay have further SENSORNET ports in the left-hand section.SENSORNET 2label withterminaldesignationsSENSORNET 1213SACIQOn the connection module:2 Open the lid. Inside you see the terminal strip(green) located in the lower section of the module.The label with all terminal designations islocated on the module floor.3 Select a free SENSORNET connection port.4 Unscrew the blanking cover underneath theSENSORNET connection port.5 Screw the cable gland (1) into the opening. Priorto this, put the sealing ring (2) over the thread ofthe cable gland.6 Loosen the coupling ring (3) and thread the sensorconnection cable through the cable glandinto the housing. The heat shrink tube at the endof the cable sheath should be flush with the innerend of the cable gland.7 Tighten the coupling ring (3).11


GREENGRÜNSHIELDSCHIRMREDROTQuick Start GuideIQ SENSOR NET System 184 XTExample: connection on "SENSORNET 1" port:8 Connect the wires to the SENSORNET connectionport. To do so, loosen the screw at the correspondingscrew connection, insert the wireinto the screw connection, and tighten the screwagain.terminaldesignation:X3 X2 X1Observe the designation of the connectionport on the label. It must read:SENSORNET 1blackred greenSENSORNET 1 (2, 3, 4):– RED– SHIELD (= stranded wire, not insulated)– GREEN9 When all three wires are properly connected,close the lid of the module.SACIQOn the sensor:10 Remove the protective caps from the plug connectionof the sensor and the SACIQ cable.SACIQ511 Align the socket of the cable with the plug headconnector of the sensor. Rotate the socket sothat the pin (4) is in line with either of the twosmall holes in the socket (5).12 Then push the socket onto the connector androtate the coupling ring (6) clockwise until stop.6412


IQ SENSOR NET System 184 XTQuick Start GuideMounting the MIQ/C184 XTProcedure:On the lid of any free module:1 Remove the contact cover (1) from the contacts.Do not remove the contact cover completely butleave it connected to the side of the module.1322 Attach the MIQ/C184 XT to the module lid.To do so, insert the flap on the back of theMIQ/C184 XT into the slot on the door hinge ofthe module.Then, pull back the lever (2), place theMIQ/C184 XT completely on the module and releasethe lever.3 To protect the MIQ/C184 XT from being inadvertentlyremoved, fix the lever with the aid ofthe screw (3). The screw is contained in thescope of delivery of the MIQ/C184 XT.MIQ/C184 XTTop view:Pull lever backNoteThe mobile terminal MIQ/T 2020 (PLUS) is mounted in the same way except for step 3.The mobile terminal is not intended to be fixed by a fixing screw.13


Quick Start GuideIQ SENSOR NET System 184 XTConnecting the power supply to the power line(100 ... 240 VAC: MIQ/PS power supply module; 24 V AC/DC: MIQ/24V power supply module)WarningIf the power supply is connected incorrectly, it may represent a danger to life fromelectric shock. Pay attention to the following points during installation:• The MIQ/PS or MIQ/24V power supply module may only be connected to thepower supply by a trained electrician.• The connection of the MIQ/PS or MIQ/24V power supply module to the powersupply may only be carried out when it is not carrying any voltage.• The power supply must fulfill the specifications given on the nameplate and inthe operating manual of the power supply module.• A switch or power switch must be provided as a disconnecting device for thepower supply module. The disconnecting device must– be installed in the vicinity of the power supply module, easily accessible bythe user, and– identified as a disconnecting device for the power supply module.• After it has been installed, the power supply module may only be opened if theline voltage has been switched off beforehand.Procedure:1 Run the line cord to the power supply module.Run the cord end to the bottom of the modulehousings.2 Cut the line cord to the appropriate length. Takeinto account that the cord end must intrude min.3 cm into the housing for proper connection.Line cord end ready for connection: 3 Prepare the end of the line cord:– Using a cable stripping knife remove approx.45 mm of the cable sheath.– Using a wire stripper bare the wires ofphases L and N and fit them with wire endsleeves.– If present, cut off the protective earthconductor wire at the end of the cablesheath.14


IQ SENSOR NET System 184 XTQuick Start GuideOn the power supply module:4 Open the lid. Inside you see the terminal strip(green) located in the lower section of the module.The leftmost connection port is the linepower connection.5 Unscrew the blanking cover underneath the leftmostconnection port.6 Screw the cable gland (1) into the opening. Priorto this, put the sealing ring (2) over the thread ofthe cable gland.7 Loosen the coupling ring (3) and thread the linecord through the cable gland into the housing.The end of the cable sheath should be flush withthe inner end of the cable gland.8 Tighten the coupling ring (3).9 Connect the wires of the line cord to the linepower connection port. To do so, loosen thescrew at the corresponding screw connection,insert the wire into the screw connection, andtighten the screw again.MIQ/PS:Observe the designation of the connectionon the label. Connect the wires as follows:X10: NX11: LMIQ/24V:Connect the wires. It is not important whichwire is connected to which terminal.10 When both wires are properly connected, closethe lid of the module.15


GREENGRÜNSHIELDSCHIRMREDROTSN TERMINATORGREENGRÜNSHIELDSCHIRMREDROTQuick Start GuideIQ SENSOR NET System 184 XT3 Setting the Terminator SwitchesNoteFor failure-free operation, the SN terminator switches (terminating resistors) must be setto ON on precisely two specific MIQ modules in the IQ SENSOR NET.The switches are located in each MIQ module between the two SENSORNET connections on the right ofthe terminal strip. The switch is designated "SN TERMINATOR":SN TerminatorSwitchONOFFX6 X5 X4ONEINX3 X2 X1SENSORNET 2OFFAUSSENSORNET 1For checking and setting the switch, open the module, set the switch to the required position and close themodule again.How to select the right switches:Follow the rules given below for setting the SN terminator switch:1 If the system contains only one stack of MIQ modules, the SN terminator switch on the foremostand rearmost MIQ modules must be set to ON.2 If the system contains branched installed MIQ modules, the SN terminator switches at the start andat the end of the longest continuous cable length must be set to ON.3 In all other MIQ modules, the SN terminator switch must be set to OFF.16


IQ SENSOR NET System 184 XTQuick Start GuideThe following sketches gives you examples of where to set the switches to ON:xxxx= MIQ module with the SN terminator switch set to ON= MIQ module with the SN terminator switch set to OFF= Module stackx17


Quick Start GuideIQ SENSOR NET System 184 XT4 Powering UpFor powering up, switch on the voltage supply of the MIQ power supply module. The system starts with thefollowing start-up sequence:Start-up sequence:1 In the initial start phase, all IQ SENSOR NETcomponents are automatically registered on theMIQ/C184 XT controller module and the terminalis initialized. Then, the system performs aself test. This process may last a few seconds.2 As soon as the terminal is successfully initialized,the measured value display appears (fourfolddisplay). In the case of IQ sensors that arenot yet providing measured values, "Init" appearstemporarily.3 When the start-up sequence is finished, themeasured values of all sensors appear on thedisplay. The system is now ready for measuring.18


IQ SENSOR NET System 184 XTQuick Start Guide5 Basic SettingsSelecting the display languageBy default, the display language of the IQ SENSOR NET is German. To select another language, proceedas follows:Procedure:1 In the measurement screen, press s.The Einstellungen/Settings menu comes up.The first menu item, Sprache/Language, ishighlighted. If not, turn the rotary switch untilSprache/Language is highlighted.2 Press g.The Sprache/Language menu comes up with alist of all available languages.3 Highlight your language in the list by turning therotary switch. Then press g.The checkmark to the right indicates that thelanguage is set.4 Press m to return to the measurement screen.The system will work with the new language.19


Quick Start GuideIQ SENSOR NET System 184 XTAssigning user-defined names to sensorsThe IQ SENSOR NET enables you to assign user-defined names to all sensors. The name appears with themeasured value on the measurement screen. The sensor name may consist of up to 11 characters. Bydefault, the sensor name is identical with the serial number of the sensor.Procedure:1 In the measurement screen, press s.The Settings/Einstellungen menu comes up.2 Highlight the menu item Edit list of sensors byturning the rotary switch.3 Press g.The Edit list of sensors menu comes up.4 Highlight the Sensor name column by turningthe rotary switch.5 Press g.6 Highlight the required sensor by turning the rotaryswitch.20


IQ SENSOR NET System 184 XTQuick Start Guide7 Press g.You are now in the edit mode for the sensorname.Note:Whenever the p symbol is shown as lastcharacter, pressing g will terminate theedit mode. All entries made so far will beadopted.If you want to abort the whole procedure andkeep the original sensor name, press e.8 Turn the rotary switch left or right to select thefirst character.The following characters are available:a ... z A... Z 0 ... 9 µ % & / ( ) + - = > < . ! ? ° _9 Press g.Now you can select the next character.10 Repeat the steps 8 and 9 accordingly until thename is complete.Note:If you want to delete the last character, selectthe left arrow symbol (b) and press g.11 When the name is complete and the last characteris the p symbol, press g.The edit mode is terminated.The new sensor name is adopted.12 Press m to return to the measurement screen.The new name appears with the measuredvalue.21


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