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Goal and purpose

This document provides you with the relevant information for successfully configuring a Cerberus PACE system using the 'PACE-Design software. Information on the system limits has also been included.

Safety-related matters form a core part of the document.

This document does not include information on how to plan a Cerberus PACE system, particularly the network topology.

You will find planning information in document 'Planning A6V11244536', see chapter 'Applicable documents'.


The information contained in this document is valid for Cerberus PACE.

Target groups

The information in this document is intended for the following target groups:

System owner

  • According to EN 50110-1, 'nominated person with the overall responsibility to ensure the safe operation of the electrical installation by setting rules and organisation or framework.'
  • 'This person can be the owner, employer, proprietor or a delegated person.'
  • 'Some of these duties can be delegated to others as required. For large or complex electrical installations or networks, the duties can be delegated for parts of the installations or the network'

IT security officer

  • Helps companies to assess the security of products, solutions, and services, as well as to define and implement improvements.
  • Are technical experts in all aspects of IT security.

Project engineer

  • Sets parameters for product depending on specific national and/or customer requirements.
  • Checks operability and approves the product for commissioning at the place of installation.
  • Is responsible for troubleshooting.
  • Has obtained suitable specialist training for the function and for the products.
  • Has attended the training courses for Product Engineer.

Installation personnel

  • Assembles and installs the product components at the place of installation.
  • Carries out a function check following installation.
  • Has received specialist training in the area of building installation technology or electrical installations.

Commissioning personnel

  • Configures the product at the place of installation according to customer-specific requirements.
  • Checks the product operability and releases the product for use by the operator.
  • Searches for and corrects malfunctions.
  • Has obtained suitable specialist training for the function and for the products.
  • Has attended the training courses for commissioning personnel.

Maintenance personnel

  • Carries out all maintenance work.
  • Checks that the products are in perfect working order.
  • Searches for and corrects malfunctions.
  • Has obtained suitable specialist training for the function and for the products.

Source language and reference document

  • The source/original language of this document is English (en).
  • The reference version of this document is the international version in English. The international version is not localized.

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