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MNB-70

MicroNet BACnet
Zone Controller
Installation Instructions

Application Precautions
When installing the MNB-70 controller, be sure to
The TAC I/A Series MicroNet™
follow the guidelines outlined in "Precautions" on
BACnet™ Zone Controller is an
page 3.
interoperable controller with native
SW
BACnet MS/TP communications 24
SW H1
24
SW H2
24
24H H3
Location
support. This controller 24G
(C
GN OM)
D

incorporates: three universal inputs; ST


MSATUS
MSTP R
UO
COAO
1
M
The MNB-70 controllers are suitable for indoor use only.
TP CV UI
XM 1

three digital (Triac) outputs; one T CO

S-L UI
UI
M
2
K/C 3

universal output; Sensor Link MS


T
O
MS P +
TP
M
Caution:
SH -
LD
(S-Link) support; LED status
• Avoid locations where excessive moisture, corrosive
indication; and an “I-Am” button.
fumes, vibration, or explosive vapors are present.
• Avoid electrical noise interference. Do not install near
Model Chart large contactors, electrical machinery, or welding
equipment.
Model Inputs and Outputs
Number UI UO DO (Triacs)
• Locate where ambient temperatures do not exceed 131°F
(55°C) or fall below 32°F (0°C), and relative humidity
MNB-70 3 1 3
does not exceed 85% or fall below 5%, non-condensing.

Installation MNB-70 controllers can be mounted in any direction and on


any plane.
Inspection
Inspect carton for damage. If damaged, notify carrier Dimensions
immediately. Inspect controllers for damage upon receipt.
Mounting dimensions are shown in Figure-1.
Requirements
• Installer must be a qualified technician
4-19/32 (118) 1-19/32
Note: The following items are not provided. (41)

• Job wiring diagrams


4-13/32
• Tools: (112)

– Screw drivers 4
3-5/8 (102)
– Digital volt-ohm meter (DVM)
(92)
– Drill and bits for mounting screw
– Static protection wrist strap
• MNA-FLO-1 enclosure for connecting to conduit (optional)
3/8 (10) Dimensions shown
• MS/TP trunk end-of-line termination resistor kit, 5 (127) are in inches (mm).
120  ±5%, part number 40-1758.
• Class 2 power transformer supplying a nominal 24 Vac, Figure-1 MNB-70 Mounting Dimensions.
sized appropriately for the controller (15 VA) plus the
anticipated Digital Output (DO) loads. In European
Community, transformer must conform to EN 60742
• Two #10 sheet metal screws

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Mounting Mount the controller according to the instructions in Figure-2.

Warning: Electrical shock hazard! Disconnect power before installing or removing the
cover.

Mounting Tab
(1 of 2)
1 Select a mounting location on the panel.
Note: The MNB-70 may be mounted in Panel
any orientation.
Controller

2 Holding the controller in position,


mark the locations of the two
mounting holes on the panel.

SW
24
SW H1
24
3 Set the controller aside and then drill the SW H2
24H
24H 3
marked mounting holes, using a drill bit 24G
(C
sized to the #10 mounting screws. GN OM)
D
ST UO
A
MS TUS 1
COAO
MSTP R M
TP CV UI
XM 1
T CO
M
4 Secure the controller to the panel, S-L UI
UI
2
K/C 3
using two #10 screws (not supplied). MS OM
#10 Pan Head T
MS P +
TP
Screws (2) SH -
LD
(not supplied)

Figure-2 MNB-70 Mounting.

Controller Addressing
DIP Switch
Each MicroNet BACnet controller is equipped with a DIP switch for setting the controller’s
MS/TP network address. Once the address is set, the network is properly wired, and all
routers are configured, WorkPlace Tech Tool (WP Tech) and other Schneider Electric tools
will be able to “see” and work with all the networked BACnet devices. For guidance in
assigning a DIP switch setting that will optimize system performance, refer to the WorkPlace
Tech Tool 5.x Engineering Guide Supplement, F-27356.

Note: Support for the MNB-70 is only found in WP Tech Version 5.6 and later (covered in
Revision 2 of F-27356).

Other BACnet Devices


The UNC and other BACnet devices on the network can work with the MicroNet BACnet
controller once they are assigned unique identifiers and names. MicroNet BACnet
controllers are configured in this way through the Commissioning Tool.

Note: The logical addressing of devices (i.e. the assignment of unique identifiers and
names) is not a prerequisite for using Schneider Electric network management tools. It is,
however, a prerequisite for using the UNC and third-party BACnet devices with MicroNet
BACnet controllers.

EOL Termination
If the controller is at the end-of-line on the MS/TP trunk, set termination according to the
MicroNet BACnet Wiring and Networking Practices Guide, F-27360, using an end-of-line
termination resistor kit, 120  ±5%, part number 40-1758.

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Installation Completion
Finish installing the MNB-70 controller by performing the wiring and network configuration
tasks outlined in the MicroNet BACnet Wiring and Networking Practices Guide, F-27360.
Information covered in this Guide include:

• Communications wiring • Logical addressing of devices


– MicroNet BACnet wiring • Configuration of routers
– Sensor Link (S-Link) wiring • Communications hardware checkout
• Input/Output wiring • Troubleshooting
• Power supply wiring • A list of related documentation
• Mechanical hardware checkout

Precautions General

Warning: Electrical shock hazard! Disconnect power before installing or removing the
cover.

• Follow Static Precautions (below) when installing this equipment.


• Use copper conductors that are suitable for 167°F (75°C).
• Make all connections according to electrical wiring diagram, national and local electrical
codes.

Static Precautions
• Static charges damage electronic components. The microprocessor and associated
circuitry are extremely sensitive to static discharge. Use the following precautions when
installing, servicing, or operating the system.
• Work in a static-free area.
• Discharge static electricity by touching a known, securely grounded object.
• Use a wrist strap connected to earth ground when handling the controller’s printed
circuit board.

Federal Communications Commission (FCC)


This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a
commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy, and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a resdential
area is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct
the interference at his own expense.

Canadian Department of Communications (DOC)


This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing
Equipment Regulations.

European Community Directives


This equipment meets all requirements of European Community Directives for
Electromagnetic Compatibility (89/336/EEC).

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