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PDF Content Summary: WCM-D Instruction Manual For programming information: “Wired programming guide” For further installation information: “Wired Application Sheet” The WCM-D allows Custom & Third Party Switch Plates to be used in place of a standard Rako wired wall panels (WCM). The WCM-D will fit inside a single gang back box. Up to nine switch inputs can be taken per WCM-D. The switch plate can be formed of Latching or Momentary Action switches which have short wires to terminals on the WCM-D. Wiring Switches to the WCM The WCM-D is wired into 2 pluggable sets of terminals. The 8 way terminal block connects to the Rako wired network formed of cat5/cat6 cable with cable allocations as set out above. The 10 way terminal block is used to wire up to nine 3rd party switch panels into the WCM-D. Inputs “A-E” are used by pairing with either of the “Common 1” terminals and “F-J” with the “Common 2” terminals. NB Input J cannot be wired to a switch it is used for set-up purposes only. Terminating the WCM-D End of line termination When the WCM-D is at the “end of line” position a resistor termination is required. This is provided with the WCM-D. The resistor is placed between the Blue and the Blue/White. WCM-D Manual Version 1.2.5 Star termination When used in conjunction with a RAK-Star a star termination is required. It should be wired as follows: See RAK-STAR user manual for when to use star termination. Setting up the WCM-D - First open Rasoft Pro and ensure an WK-HUB or WA/WTC-Bridge is successfully connected (see wired programming guide for details). - Short either of the two “Common 2” inputs with E/J to give a continuous J input for 3 or 4 seconds (when the WCM-D successfully enters set-up mode the LED will begin to blink). - If the installation is correct a pop up box will appear in Rasoft Pro. If no pop up box appears there is most likely an error in the wiring of the Rako Wired Network. - Enter a suitable name and assign the local room. Programming the WCM-D inputs Example programming for a momentary wiring configuration: WCM-D Manual Version 1.2.5 Above is an example of how a three way momentary switch would be programmed when wired in to inputs A,B and C of a WCM-D. Example programming for a latching wiring configuration: Above is an example of how a two way latching switch would be programmed when wired in to inputs A and B of a WCM-D. WCM-D Manual Version 1.2.5
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