Home and Building Electronic Systems (HBES) - Open communication system - Interfaces - Medium interface, twisted pair, class 1

This Technical Report describes the current realisations of Twisted Pair 1 medium interface solutions. TP1 signal forms are not described in this technical report as they already form part of EN 50090-5-2.

Home and Building Electronic Systems (HBES) - Open communication system - Interfaces - Medium interface, twisted pair, class 1

Stanovanjski in stavbni elektronski sistemi (HBES) - Odprti komunikacijski sistem - Vmesniki - Srednji vmesnik, sukani par, razred 1

To tehnično poročilo opisuje realizacije toka rešitev srednjih vmesnikov sukanega para 1. Oblike signala TP1 niso zajete v tem tehničnem poročilu, ker že tvorijo del EN 50090-5-2.

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Publication Date
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14-May-2010
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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST-TP CLC/TR 50552:2011
01-december-2011
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SIST CLC/R 205-010:1998

Stanovanjski in stavbni elektronski sistemi (HBES) - Odprti komunikacijski sistem

- Vmesniki - Srednji vmesnik, sukani par, razred 1
Home and Building Electronic Systems (HBES) - Open communication system -
Interfaces - Medium interface, twisted pair, class 1
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: CLC/TR 50552:2010
ICS:
35.200 Vmesniška in povezovalna Interface and interconnection
oprema equipment
97.120 Avtomatske krmilne naprave Automatic controls for
za dom household use
SIST-TP CLC/TR 50552:2011 en

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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SIST-TP CLC/TR 50552:2011
TECHNICAL REPORT
CLC/TR 50552
RAPPORT TECHNIQUE
May 2010
TECHNISCHER BERICHT
ICS 97.120 Supersedes R205-010:1996
English version
Home and Building Electronic Systems (HBES) -
Open communication system -
Interfaces -
Medium interface, twisted pair, class 1
Home and Building Electronic Systems
(HBES) -
Open communication system -
Interfaces -
Medium interface, twisted pair, class 1
This Technical Report was approved by CENELEC on 2010-05-01.

CENELEC members are the national electrotechnical committees of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus,

the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy,

Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia,

Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
CENELEC
European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization
Comité Européen de Normalisation Electrotechnique
Europäisches Komitee für Elektrotechnische Normung
Management Centre: Avenue Marnix 17, B - 1000 Brussels

© 2010 CENELEC - All rights of exploitation in any form and by any means reserved worldwide for CENELEC members.

Ref. No. CLC/TR 50552:2010 E
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Foreword

This Technical Report was prepared by the Technical Committee CENELEC TC 205, Home and Building

Electronic Systems (HBES), joined by the co-operating partner KNX Association.
This document supersedes R205-010:1996.

It was circulated for voting in accordance with the Internal Regulations, Part 2, Subclause 11.4.3.3 (simple

majority) and was approved by CENELEC as CLC/TR 50552 on 2010-05-01.

This Technical Report relates to the HBES system as described in the EN 50090 series under the

generic title “Home and Building Electronic Systems (HBES)”, which comprises the following parts:

Part 1: Standardization structure
Part 2: System overview
Part 3: Aspects of application
Part 4: media independent layers
Part 5: Media and media dependent layers
Part 6: Interfaces
Part 7: System management
Part 8: Conformity assessment of products
Part 9: Installation requirements
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Contents

1 Scope ............................................................................................................................................ 5

2 Normative references .................................................................................................................. 5

3 Terms, definitions and abbreviations........................................................................................ 6

3.1 Terms and definitions .......................................................................................................... 6

3.2 Abbreviations....................................................................................................................... 6

4 Medium interface realisation type 1 .......................................................................................... 6

4.1 Introduction .......................................................................................................................... 6

4.2 Technical characteristics ..................................................................................................... 6

5 Medium interface realisation type 2 .......................................................................................... 9

5.1 Introduction .......................................................................................................................... 9

5.2 Technical characteristics ..................................................................................................... 9

5.3 Constructional features of the data rail ............................................................................. 11

5.4 Constructional features of data rail cover ......................................................................... 12

5.5 Data rail to wire connector ................................................................................................ 12

6 Medium interface connector type 3 ......................................................................................... 13

6.1 Introduction ........................................................................................................................ 13

6.2 Constructional features ..................................................................................................... 14

7 Medium interface connector type 4 ......................................................................................... 14

7.1 Introduction ........................................................................................................................ 14

7.2 Constructional features ..................................................................................................... 16

8 Medium interface connector type 5 ......................................................................................... 18

8.1 Introduction ........................................................................................................................ 18

8.2 Requirements .................................................................................................................... 18

8.3 Pin assignment of connector type 5 .................................................................................. 20

9 HBES TP overvoltage protector (secondary protector) ........................................................ 20

9.1 General requirements ....................................................................................................... 20

9.2 Requirements for communication ..................................................................................... 20

9.3 Electrical safety requirements ........................................................................................... 20

9.4 Environmental conditions .................................................................................................. 21

9.5 EMC .................................................................................................................................. 21

9.6 Mechanical, dimensions .................................................................................................... 21

9.7 Electrical requirements ...................................................................................................... 22

9.8 Installation ......................................................................................................................... 22

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Figures

Figure 1 - Realisation type 1 - Principal diagram .................................................................................... 8

Figure 2 - Example of a realisation type 1 with constructional features .................................................. 8

Figure 3 - Colour coding of cable connector............................................................................................ 9

Figure 4 - Example of a realisation type 2 with constructional features ................................................ 11

Figure 5 - Data rail and data rail cover .................................................................................................. 11

Figure 6 - Constructional Features ........................................................................................................ 12

Figure 7 - Constructional Features of Connector Type 3 Male and Female ......................................... 14

Figure 8 - Example of a connector type 4 male single phase ............................................................... 16

Figure 9 - Example of a connector type 4 female single phase ............................................................ 17

Figure 10 - Example of a connector type 4 male three phase............................................................... 17

Figure 11 - Example of a connector type 4 male three phase............................................................... 18

Figure 12 - Example of a HBES TP overvoltage protector .................................................................... 21

Figure 13 - Connecting the overvoltage protector directly on a bus coupling unit, replacing the

connector by the overvoltage protector ................................................................................................. 22

Figure 14 - Connecting the overvoltage protector at the existing connector at the bus coupling unit .. 23

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Introduction

In R205-010:1996 was published documenting the medium interface solutions for Twisted pair

implementations of the then existing European home and building electronic systems, more specifically

Batibus and EIB.

In 1997 the convergence process between the Batibus, EIB and EHSA was initiated, which resulted in 2003

in the publication of the KNX standard and in the subsequent submission of this standard by the KNX

Association as CENELEC cooperating partner to CLC/TC 205. This resulted in a positive UAP vote of this

standard as part of the EN 50090 series by the European National Committees.

This version intends to bring the description of the HBES medium interface up to date with the current

technical situation.
1 Scope

This Technical Report describes the current realisations of Twisted Pair 1 medium interface solutions.

TP1 signal forms are not described in this technical report as they already form part of EN 50090-5-2.

2 Normative references

The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this document. For dated

references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced

document (including any amendments) applies.

EN 50090-1 Home and Building Electronic Systems (HBES) - Part 1: Standardization

structure

EN 50090-2-2 Home and Building Electronic Systems (HBES) - Part 2-2: System overview -

General technical requirements

EN 50090-5-2 Home and Building Electronic Systems (HBES) - Part 5-2: Media and media

dependent layers - Network based on HBES Class 1, Twisted Pair

EN 60998-2-1 Connecting devices for low-voltage circuits for household and similar

purposes - Part 2-1: Particular requirements for connecting devices as
separate entities with screw-type clamping units (IEC 60998-2-1)

EN 60998-2-2 Connecting devices for low-voltage circuits for household and similar

purposes - Part 2-2: Particular requirements for connecting devices as
separate entities with screwless-type clamping units (IEC 60998-2-2)

EN 60715:2001 Dimensions of low-voltage switchgear and controlgear - Standardized

mounting on rails for mechanical support of electrical devices in switchgear
and controlgear installations (IEC 60715:1981 + A1:1995)
EN 60669-1 Switches for household and similar fixed-electrical installations -
Part 1: General requirements (IEC 60669-1)

EN 60603-7:2009 Connectors for electronic equipment - Part 7: Detail specification for 8-way,

unshielded, free and fixed connectors (IEC 60603-7:2008)

EN 60999 (Series) Connecting devices - Electrical copper conductors - Safety requirements for

screw-type and screwless-type clamping units (IEC 60999 (Series))

EN 61535 Installation couplers intended for permanent connection in fixed installations

(IEC 61535)
1) Under consideration.
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EN 61643-21:2001 Low voltage surge protective devices - Part 21: Surge protective devices

connected to telecommunications and signalling networks - Performance
requirements and testing methods (IEC 61643-21:2000 + corr. Mar. 2001)
3 Terms, definitions and abbreviations
3.1 Terms and definitions

For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in EN 50090-1 apply.

3.2 Abbreviations
M M
O O
4 Medium interface realisation type 1
4.1 Introduction

This connector type is used to connect the TP1 cable to TP1 devices and/or to connect two TP1 cable parts.

4.2 Technical characteristics
No Requirements Type 1 M/O
1 Standard for screw-less connector EN 60998-2-2 M
standard for connector with screw EN 60998-2-1
2 Number of contacts/ways ≥ 2
3 Bus interruption Connector shall allow disconnecting device M
without interrupting bus
4 Non-interchangeable with other Compliant by design or color
connectors
Coding measure Coding: see Male socket:
Pin diameter: (1 ± 0,05) mm
Pin length: 6…8 mm
Cable:
Core diameter: 0,8…1,0 mm (no mix of
different diameters allowed at same time)
Strip length: 5…6 mm
Figure 2
6 Clamping unit/ terminals Screw-less or with screw M
Wire cross section, wire type 0,8 mm-1,00 mm dia solid (AWG Cu 20-18) O
0,5 mm (AWG Cu 20) stranded
8 Nr. of wires connectable per pole O
≥ 3 x 0,8 mm dia (AWG Cu 20) or ≥ 3 x 1,0
with identical diameter
mm (AWG Cu 18)
9 Test probe access min. 1 mm x 1 mm – shall be accessible in O
mounted condition
Male contact pins 1 mm ∅ (± 0,05 mm), 6 to 8 mm long - tin O
coated
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No Requirements Type 1 M/O
Wire pull out force per conductor > 30 N M
12 Plug extraction force per pole > 3 N M
13 Plug insertion force < 10 N M
14 Mating cycles with load at rated 50 M
voltage and current

15 Increase of contact resistance after < 1,5 times of the originally measured contact M

item number 15 resistance
16 Mechanical strength EN 50090-2-2 M
17 Vibration/ shock EN 50090-2-2 M
18 Environmental class 3k6 (-10/+85°C, light condensation) M
Climatic withstand EN 50090-2-2 M
20 < 45 K with rated current and with cross M
Temperature rise
section
Rated insulation voltage for bus 50 V M
22 Test voltage between live parts 0,8 kV impulse M
bus-bus (Usage class B - basic
0,6 kV AC
insulation)
23 Clearance and creepage distances Clearance : 3 mm M
between bus contacts and outer
Creepage : 3 mm
surface when mated (Usage class
B – basic insulation)
24 Insulation resistance between M
> 10 Ω
poles (100 V DC)
25 Nominal voltage 32V M
26 Nominal current 3A M
27 Pollution degree (or Micro 2 M
Environmental Class)
28 M
Conductor-conductor R 1 < 10 mΩ
Contact resistance R (one c
connection) -
Conductor-contact pin R 2 < 10 mΩ
for R 1 and R 2 see Figure 1
c c
29 IP degree (outlets, connectors) IP20 in both cases M
mated or not mated
30 Installation aspects On site installation possible M
31 Terminal-conductor material E-Cu M

Creepage distances can if necessary be provided via an additional cover over the connector surface, if the connector itself

does not provide these required creepage distances.
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R 1
Conductor additional junction
conductor
additional junction
DEVICE BUS TERMINAL
BUS
Figure 1 - Realisation type 1 - Principal diagram
Male socket:
Pin diameter: (1 ± 0,05) mm
Pin length: 6…8 mm
Cable:
Core diameter: 0,8…1,0 mm (no mix of different diameters allowed at same time)
Strip length: 5…6 mm
Figure 2 - Example of a realisation type 1 with constructional features
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Location of
screws (if any)
Figure 3 - Colour coding of cable connector

A bus connection block can either consist of two separate parts notched together or of one single

inseparable block. When consisting of one single inseparable block, the colours indicating bus polarity (dark

gray-red) shall be clearly visible to the user and ensure proper and safe connection. In case of white/yellow

variation, white corresponds to minus where yellow to plus.
5 Medium interface realisation type 2
5.1 Introduction

This connector is intended for the automatic connection of TP1 DIN rail devices to the TP1 bus only when

snapped onto the DIN-rail. It consists of a data rail and a contact block, the latter consisting of a housing and

a set of spring contacts.

For ensuring connection between data rail and cable, requirements for a data rail to wire connector are

specified.
5.2 Technical characteristics
No Requirements Type 2 M/O
Number of contacts/ways 2 or 4
2 Non
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