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 Posted: Sunday Nov 5th, 2006 04:12 am
   
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For full details, refer to the UCM/CBUS Manual from http://www.cytech.biz/ucmcbus2_manual.html


Specifications
  • Size 108 x 88 mmm UCM baseboard with C-BUS SIM (Serial Interface Module) daughterboard.
  • Power Supply: 12V 30 mA (supplied from Comfort)
  • Connected to C-BUS via bus cable (2 wires).  Comfort is electrically isolated from C-Bus.
  • Supports  Lighting, Security, Clocks/Timekeeping, Enable, Trigger, Measurement Applications
  • Synchronizes the date and time between Comfort and C-BUS via the Time/Date Application.
  • Comfort implements the C-Bus Security application.  Comfort automatically sends Alarm information  which can be displayed on C-Touch. The following status messages are supported: Armed/disarmed, Exit Delay Started, Entry Delay Started, Alarm Active, Tamper active/Inactive, Panic Active, Battery Status, Status Reports 1 & 2. The following Security Control messages are supported: Arm system, Activate/deactivate Tamper, Activate Panic, Emulate Keypad, Status 1 and 2 Request.
  •  C-Touch can simulate a keypad allowing entry of user code and arming/disarming of Comfort.
  • Maps Cbus group addresses in supported applications to Comfort Counters, sensors, Flags, Virtual Inputs, Physical Inputs, Outputs
Equipment
The following equipment is required
  • UCM /C-Bus2 Module with firmware version UCM/C-Bus2 version 7.045 or above.
Minimum Requirements
  1. Comfort firmware Version 7.xxx
  2. UCM/USB or ETH firmware version 7.xxx
  3. UCM/CBus2 Firmware 7.042 (Beta)
  4. Comfigurator 3.8.5 or above. Download from http://www.cytech.biz/comfigurator.html

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 Posted: Wednesday Jan 24th, 2007 10:29 pm
   
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Chiu

I got sent a replacement CBUS UCM recently - but one thing I've noticed is the SIM module doesnt sit on the connector pins fully - it is very free to move about - and unless you are careful with the wires, it moves enough to not work.

 

Took me a few goes to get it in there -  but i am worried that the pins could bend and break at a later date.

Is this now the normal design ??



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The SIM Module is small so there is room only for one mounting point. We will look at the pin connections to see if they can be more secure

Thnaks for the feedback



 Posted: Friday Jan 26th, 2007 08:28 am
   
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Odd - the first one I had was fine - the SIM module sat down perfectly.

 

This is the unit you arranged for a replacement for me - and it's this new one that doesnt seem to be mounted.

 

The module goes down about half way down the pins and is very very free to move. Hence my concern - might be easy for the pins to break when doing maintenance, etc.

 

Are all new modules like this or can this be resolved ??



 Posted: Friday Jan 26th, 2007 01:21 pm
   
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Thats because of the use of plastic standoffs in the new design. The height causes the standard header to be a bit too long



 Posted: Friday Jan 26th, 2007 02:16 pm
   
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Can we get the old plastic ones ? Should be pretty cheap !

 

Im more concerned over pins breakage/bending. With wiring tight in there, the wires can move the board - it's that loose.

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