CB System

CB Series (230V c.a. / 230V c.a. y 24V c.c.)

The CB series centralised units for emergency lighting in switched mode or without breaker are designed and built in accordance with EN 50171. It is a centralised unit with 230 Vac / 24 Vdc output voltages and a maximum power output of 800 VA, 1250 VA, 2500 VA and 5000 VA. (Contact Daisalux for information about other outputs).

Maximum of 20 output circuits in CB800 and CB1250 units, 40 circuits in CB2500 and 60 circuits in CB5000.
Option of configuring different autonomies for each output circuit.
Sealed valve-regulated lead-acid battery (VRLA).
High rate battery charge.
Top-mounted power supply intakes and outlets.
Control panel for configuration and monitoring of the central battery.
Front-loading mini-USB for PC connection.
Ethernet connection with PC for DaisaTest System.
Integration with DaisaTest system for maintenance management (EN-50172).
The DBR system can also be installed in ELC-type luminaires.

Inputs:

2 auxiliary inputs for remote actions.
Communication port for EV-BUS.
1 x 230 V output for installation of EV-ALIM bus power source.

Alarms:

5 dry contacts for faults, alarms and central battery status (EN-50171).

Connection terminal block

bornero

CB800/CB1250 outputs

Power supply input

Dry contacts

Internal operation diagram
Equipos

Each CB unit output circuit is configured as "maintained / nonmaintained" and assign this operating mode to all luminaires without communication (non-ELC) connected to said circuits.

If the unit and luminaires are communicated (ELC), "maintained / nonmaintained" operation is individually configured in each luminaire and is independent of the circuit configuration.

The DaisaTest application can monitor and control an indefinite number of units. No communication accessory is required.

CB800 CB1250 CB2500 CB5000
Inputs
Power source voltage 230V 50/60 Hz 230V / 400V 50 / 60 Hz
Maximum cable duct diameter 2,5 mm2 4 mm2 4 x 4 mm2
Input protection 10 A 16 A 4 x 20 A
Auxiliary inputs 2
BUS-EV 1
Outputs
Output voltage 230V 50 Hz / 230V 60 Hz
Maximum output cable diameter 2,5mm2
Maximum output power 800 VA 1250 VA 2500 VA 5000 VA
No. of distribution sub-racks 1 1 ó 2 2 ó 3
No. of cards per sub-rack 10
Distribution cards 230V c.a. 2×1,5 A 2×2,5 A
1×5 A
24V c.c. 2×2,5 A
1×5 A
No. of output circuits Up to 20 Up to 40 Up to 60
Output protection (fuse) 230V c.a. 2 A 4 A
6,3 A
4 A 6,3 A
24V c.c. 4 A
6,3 A
Isolation detector (IT) Non-interruptible and emergency mode
Dry contacts 5 (3 fixed under EN 50171)
Interaction and connectivity
USB Central Battery front-mounted connection
Ethernet Connection on the distribution terminal block
Display 160x104-dot graphic display with central battery front-mounted keyboard
SD board Central battery front-mounted
General
Protection class Class I
Degree of protection IP20
Ambient working temperature Between 0 and 25 ºC
Batteries (depending on power and required duration) 24V from 55Ah up to 150Ah 24V from 75Ah up to 150Ah 24V from 90Ah up to 2x250Ah 24V from 250Ah up to 4x250Ah
24V. 200Ah with additional cabinet of batteries 24V. From 200Ah to 250Ah with additional cabinet of batteries
No. of rectifications 1 2 3 a 6
Redundancy Optional
Invertor 1000 VA 1500 VA 3000 VA 2×3000 VA
Key 5 mm double bitted (other types of key optional)
Accessories
EV-DR Yes
EV-PD Yes
EV-ALIM Yes
Software
WinCBS Yes
Soft-Daisatest Optional with ELC unit and luminaires

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menu centralised systems for emergency lightingStatus general of the central battery, batteries, rectifier and fault alarms.

centralised systems for emergency lightingCentral battery configuration, dry contacts and Aux in.

centralised systems for emergency lightingConfiguration of functional, duration and battery capacity tests.

centralised systems for emergency lightingGeneral system information.

centralised systems for emergency lightingOutput circuit and communicating luminaire configuration.

centralised systems for emergency lightingExecution of actions.

The monitoring unit controls the most critical aspects of safety (EN-50171) of the CB units such as the status of the battery-charging rectifier, the general condition of the central battery, the status of the inverter, status of the output circuits and runs functional, duration and battery capacity tests.

It controls the charge voltage and current of the batteries and their temperature.

A control panel with graphic LCD display enables data monitoring and performs the following configuration tasks:

Definition of the general duration of the central battery or output circuits.
Configuration of the output circuits as maintained / non-maintained and ELC luminaires.
Configuration of the frequency of the tests, day of the week, test schedule, automatic/manual mode.
Input configuration.
Output configuration.
Configuration of EV-DR and EV-PD detectors.
SD card with central battery configuration log, test results and status of the ELC-type luminaires.

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Remote EV-DR network fault detector.
Network fault detector for CB series centralised unit.
Monitors the status of the network (3 phases and neutral) which it shows by flashing a front-mounted LED (off during network downtime).
In the event of a network failure it sends a signal via the EV bus to the CB unit which enables configuration of the command to activate one or more output circuits.
Sending signal to centralised unit via EV bus.

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Level detector EV-PD.
Level detector for CB series centralised unit.
It has two monitoring inputs (1-2 and 2-3) that enable configuration of activation order of one or more central battery output circuits.
Sending signal to centralised unit via EV bus.

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Bus power source EV-ALIM.
Power source for EV devices connected to centralised CB series unit.
It supplies the devices connected to the unit through the EV bus itself.
The number of devices supplied depends on their distance from the power source.
The capacity is a maximum of 10 devices at a distance of 400 m.

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